April 10. William Court Gully, the Liberal
candidate, was elected Speaker oi the House of
April 14. Prof. Dana, the geologist, died at
April 16. Perry, the train robber, who es-
caped from Matteawan Asylum (New York), was
captured at Weehawken.
AprU 24. The Russian, French and German
Governments protested against the acquisition of
Chinese territory by Japan.
April 2& The AUianca afiair with Spain was
settled by the latter giving ample satisfaction.
April 28. The British naval forces took pos-
session of the Nicaraguan custom-house at Cor-
mto. The forces were withdrawn upon the agree-
ment of the Nicaraguan Government to pay
April 30. Archie D. Brown, son of the Gov-
ernor of Kentucky, shot and killed his wife and
Fulton Gordon at. Louisville.
April 30. The Dowager Duchess of Marlbor-
ough and Lord William Beresford were married
May 3. The Tennessee Legislature decided the
Governorship contest in tavor of Peter Turney.
May 8. A treaty of peaee between Japan and
China, concluded April 17, was ratified at Chefoo,
May 16. A revolt in the Island of Formosa
broke out and a so-called republic was set up.
May 16. Count Kalnoky. Premier of Austria-
May 20. Gen. Jose Marti, the Cuban revolu-
tionary leader, was killed in battle.
May 20. The Supreme Court of the United
States, by a vote of 6 to 4, declared the whole
Income Tax law null and void.
May 22. A great reunion of Confederate vet-
eran soldiers took place at Houston, Tex.
May 23. David Hannigan killed Solomon H.
Mann in New York, He was tried and acquitted
May 23. Secretary Carlisle spoke against the
free coinage of silver at the Sound Money Con-
vention at Memphis.
May 24. The Shahzada, son of the Shah of
Persia, arrived in England on a visit.
May 24. Inspector Williams, of the New York
police force, was retired.
May 25. Oscar Wilde was convicted at Lon-
don of crime an ' sentenced to two years at hard
May 26. Valkyrie III. was launched at Glas-
May 2& Secretary of State Gresham died at
May 29. Lord Rosebery's colt, SirVisto, won
May 30. A monument to the Confederate dead
was dedicated in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicaga
June 2. Eugene V. Debs, the in.stigator of the
Chicago railroad riots of 1894, was sentenced to
six months' imprisonment.
Junes. Gen. Primo- Rivera. Captain- General
of Madrid, was assassinated.
June 7. Richard Olney was appointed Secre-
tary of State, and Judson Harmon Attorney-
General, of the United States.
June 12. The President issued a proclamation
against Cuban filibusters.
June 13. The British Government announced
a protectorate for Uganda, Central Africa.
Record of Events in 1895,
RECORD OF EVENTS IN 1SQ5— Continued.
The World's Woman's Christian
began in London.
Harlem Ship Canal, New York City,
The jury in the Laidlaw-Sage case,
returned a verdict for the plaintiff
Chauncey M. Depew deliverea an
VanderDilt University, Nashville,
for $40, 000.
June 19. The opening of the Baltic Canal was
celebrated by the Germans, with the warships
of all maritime nations as guests.
June 22. The Rosebery Liberal Ministry in
England resigned, having been defeated in the
House of Commons on the war estimates by a
vote of 132 to 125.
Tune 24. The Marquis of Salisbury accepted
the British Premiership and formed a Conserva-
June 26. Prince Emanuel of Aosta (nephew
of the King of Italy) and Princess Helene of Or-
leans (daughter of the late Count of Paris) were
married in England.
June 28. Yale crew won the 'Varsity boat
race at New London, beating Harvard.
June 29. Prof. Huxley died.
June 29. The attempt to launch the yacht De-
fender at Bristol, R. I. , was a partial failure.
Julyl. Dr. R. W. Buchanan, wife- murderer,
was electrocuted at Sing Sing, N. Y.
July 7. A third daughter was born to the
President and Mrs. Cleveland at Gray Gables.
July 10. The Cornell crew was defeated at
Henley by the Trinity Hall eight.
July 12— Aug. 10. British Parliamentary elec-
tions. They resulted in the return of 338 Con-
servatives, 177 Liberals, 73 Unionists, 70 Mc-
Carthyites and 12 Parnellites.
July 15. M. Stambuloff, ex- Premier of Bulga-
ria, was assassinated at Sofia by political foes.
He died July 1&
July 15. The remains of the Pitezel children,
supposed to have been murdered by H. H.
Holmes, were discovered at Toronto,
July 18. Henry Irving, Walter Besant and
Lewis Morris were kniguted by the Queen.
Aug, 1. English missionaries were massacred
by Chinese at Whasang.
Aug. 4. Italian miners attacked and drove
away negro dwellers at Spring Vallej', 111.
Aug. 8. Justice Howell, of the United States
Supreme Court, died.
Aug. 16. Viscount Wolseley succeeded the
Duke of Cambridge as Commander-in-Chief of
the British Army.
Aug. 19. A boiler explosion in a hotel at Den-
ver, CoL, destroyed twenty -five lives.
Aug. 27. A revolution in Ecuador terminated
by the triumph of Gen. Elvy Alfaro.
Sept. 5. An attempt was made to blow up the
Rothschild Bank in Paris.
Sept. 7-13. The Defender- Valkyrie yacht races
for the America's Cup took place off Sandy Hook,
Sept. 11. The South Carolina Convention to
revise the State Constitution began its sessions at
Sept. 18. The Cotton States and International
Exposition at Atlanta was opened. President
Cleveland setting the machinery in motion by
wire from Gray Gables. The exposition closed
Sept. 19. The Netherlands- American liner
Edam was sunk by a collision in the English
Bept, 19. The National Park on the site of the
Cbickftmauga battle-ground, Tennessee, was dedi-
cated by a great gathering of Union and Confed-
Sept 20. The twenty- fifth anniversary of the
entry of Garibaldi into Rome was celebrated by
the Italians. A statue of Garibaldi was unveiled
Sepu 21. The Peary Arctic relief expedition
left St. John' s, N. E. , on its return home.
Sept. 23. Alleged Cuban filibusters were ac-
quitted by a jury at Wilmington, DeU
Sept. 27. Irish National Convention at Chi-
cago was organized to free Ireland from Great
Britain by physical force.
Sept, 27. The French army under Gen. Du-
chesne captured Antananarivo, Madagascar. "The
Queen and her husband fled.
Sept. 28. Louis Pasteur died at Paris.
Oct. 1. The Queen of Corea was murdered in
her palace at Seoul.
Oct. 2. Riots at Constantinople and arrests
and killing of Armenians.
Oct. 2. The Texas Legislature passed a bill to
prevent prize- fighting in the State, which stopped
the Corbett-Fitzsimmons naatch at Dallas.
Oct. 5. Major- General Miles assumed com-
mand of the United States Army, succeeding
Lieut. -Gen. Schofield, who retired forage.
Oct 16. Milwaukee, Wis. .celebrated her semi-
Oct. 22. President Cleveland and members of
the Cabinet visited the Atlanta Exposition.
Oct. 23. Rev. T. De Witt Talmage was in-
stalled as co-pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church at Washington.
Oct 27. A part of the buildings of the Uni-
versity of Virginia at Charlottesville was de-
stroyed by fire.
Oct. 28. The Ribot Ministry in France re-
signed. The Bourgeois Ministry succeeded Nov. 1.
Oct. 28. Announcement was made of the be-
trothal of the Princess Maud of Wales and Prince
Karl of Denmark.
Oct. 31. Two earthquake shocks were felt in
many of the Western States.
Oct. 31. Miss Elizabeth Flagler was indicted
at Washington for shooting a negro boy in Au-
Nov. L Theodore Durrant was found guilty at
San Francisco of the murder of Blanche Lamont.
Nov. 1. Severe earthquake shocks were felt in
Italy, particularly at Rome.
Nov. 5. A tire at Broadway and Bleecker
street. New York, destroyed $1,000,000 in
Nov. 6. Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt, daughter
of WiUiam K. Vanderbilt, and the Duke of Marl-
borough were married in St. Thomas' s Church,
Nov. 6. Forty people were killed by the explo-
sion of a boiler in the building of " The Evening
Journal' ' at Detroit.
Nov. 9. A loving cup was presented to Joseph
Jefferson by his lellow-actors at the Garden The-
atre, New York.
Nov. 12. Miss Pauline Whitney, daughter of
William C. W hitney, and Almeric Hugh Paget
were married at St. Thomas's Church, New
Nov. 15. The Empress of Russia gave birth to
a daughter to whom the name of Olga was given.
Nov. 16. The breaking of a viaduct over the
Cuyahoga River at Cleveland caused the death of
Nov. 25. Manhattan Day was celebrated at the
Nov. 27. Alexander Dumas, fils, died at Paris.
Dec. 2. The bronze group. ' ' Washington and
Lafayette, ' ' by Bartholdi, presented to the city
of Paris by Joseph Pulitzer, was unveiled in
the Rue des Etats Unis with appropriate cere-
Dec. 12, Ex-SenatorThurmandied at Colum-
Dec. 14. A second son was bom to tbe Duke
Death Roll of 1895.
Btati) moll ni 1895.
Age at death is given in parentheses ; vocation, place, cause, and time of death when known follow.
Abu Bakar, Sultan of Johore (60), London,
Albrechtf Archduke (78), Austrian Field
Marshal, Commander in the Franco-Italian War,
Vienna, congestion of the lungs, Feb. 18.
Alexis-Michaelovitch. Grand Duke (19), Rus-
sian Imperial Prince, San Remo, March 2.
Almv, John J. (81), Rear Admiral, U. S. K., re-
tired, Washington, D. C, May 16.
Ames, Oliver (64), ex-Governor of Massachu-
setts, North Easton, Mass., Oct. 22.
Anderson, James (76), tragedian, London,
Andrew, John F. (44), lawyer, statesman, apo-
plexy, Boston, Mass., May 30.
Arnould, Arthur (62), journalist and author,
member Paris Commune, France, Nov. 25.
Bacon* Sir James (97), jurist, Loudon,
Badeau, Adam (64), Brevet Brigadier-General,
U. S. A., journalist, dramatic critic, Rldgewood,
N. J., apoplexy, March 20.
Ballou, M. M. (75), editor and publisher of the
first illustrated weekly paper in the United
States, Egypt, March 29.
Barney, Hiram (84), ex- Collector of Port of New
York, Kingsbridge, N. Y., May 18.
Barringer, Rufus (74), Brigadier-General, Con-
federate Army, Charlotte, N. C, Feb. 3.
Bartlielemy-Saiiite-Hilaire) Jules (90),
French statesman and writer, Paris, Nov. 24.
Beadleston, William Henry (55), brewer, New
York, Oct. 24.
Beecher, Edward (92), clergyman, eldest brother
of Henry Ward Beecher, Brooklyn, N. Y., July 28.
Bethune, James (91), old Southern general and
politician, owner of '^'Blind Tom," Washington,
D. C, Feb. 13.
Blackic; John Stuart (86), professor of lit-
erature, philologist, Edinburgh, March 2.
Blake, Eli Whitney (59), professor of physics
and chemistry, Hampton, Ct., Oct. 1.
Boise, I James R. (80), Greek scholar, Chicago,
111., Feb. 10.
Bonaparte, Lucien (67), Cardinal, Rome, Nov. 19.
Bon^hi, Ruggiero (67), philosopher, author,
Torre del Greco, near Naples, Italy, Oct. 22.
Bowers, Mrs. D. P. (65), actress, Washington, D.
C, pneumonia, Nov. 6.
Boyesen, Hjalmar H. (47), author. New York,
rheumatism ot the heart, Oct. 4.
Broadus, Dr. John Albert (68), Baptist divine,
author, Louisville, Ky., March 16.
Brooks, Arthur (50), P. E. clergyman, died at sea
on board steamship Fulda, July 10.
Brown, Robert (53), botanist, explorer, London,
uraemia, Oct. 26.
Bruce, Henry Austin, Lord Aberdare (80),
statesman, Feb. 25.
Bundy, Hezekiah S. (78), ex- Congressman from
Ohio, Wellston, O., Dec. 8.
Burnett, Peter H. (87), first Governor of Cali-
fornia, San Francisco, Cal., May 16.
Cantu, Cesare (91), professor of literature, poet,
and author, Italy, March 11.
Canrobert, Francois Certain (86), Marshal
of France, Paris, Jan. 26.
Carr, Joseph B. (67), ex-Secretary of State of
New York, Brevet Major-General, U. S. V.,Troj%
N. Y., Feb. 24.
Cavendish, Ada. actress, London, Oct. 7.
Cayley, Arthur (74), mathematician, England,
Chamberlain, William Martin (62), Instructor of
deaf mutes, Rome, N. Y.. the grip, Feb. 4.
(3heney, Benjamin P. (80;, millionaire, railroad
and express business, Wellesley, Mass., intermit-
tent fever, July 23.
Chesney, Sir George T., M. P., Lieutenant
General British Army, author of tlie "Battle of
Dorking, ' ' London, March 81.
—Chase, WiUiam Leverett (42), manufacturer,
Brookline, Mass., Oct. 7.
Churchill, Lord Randolph (46), statesman,
London, IJan. 24.
Clarke, Hyde (79), philologist and linguist, Eng-
land, March 7.
Cogswell, William (57), Representative in Con-
gress, Washington, D. C, May 22.
Coit, Henry A. (65), P. E. clergyman and author,
pneumonia, Feb. 5.
Coke, Octavius (55), Secretary of State of North
Carolina, Aug. 30.
Conroy, John Joseph (65), R. C. Bishop, retired.
New York, in November.
Cooke, Philip St. George (86), Brigadier-General,
U. S. A., Detroit, Mich., March 20.
Copeland, Charles W. (80), Civil Engineer.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 5.
Coppee, Dr. Henry (74), professor English liter-
ature. President Lehigh Universitj*, Bethlehem,
Pa., paralj'sis of heart, March 22.
Corse, Montgomery D. (79), ex- Confederate Gen-
eral, Alexandria, Va., Feb. 11.
Coxe, Eckley B. (56), coal operator, pneumonia.
Curtis, William Otis (78), hotel-keeper, Lenox,
Mass., uraemia, Feb. 20.
Daboll, David A. (82), almanac maker, New
London, Ct., general debility, July 9.
Dale, Robert William (66), preacher, author,
England, March 13.
Dana, James Dwight (82), geologist and
mineralogist. New Haven, Ct., April 14.
Darling, William A. (78), railroad and bank
president. New York, May 26.
Dawson, N. H. R., ex-U. S. Commissioner of
Education, Selma, Ala. , Feb. 1.
De Criers, Nicho as CarJovitch (75), Rus-
sian diplomat. Minister of Foreign AflFairs, Rus-
sia, Jan. 26.
De Haas, Maurice F. (63), painter of marine
subjects. New York City, inflammation of the
heart, Nov. 23.
Demorest, W. Jennings (73), publisher. New
York, pneumonia, April 9.
Desprez, Julien Florian (88), Cardinal, Toulouse,
France, Jan. 21.
Dobson, George Edward (51), scientist and
author, England, Nov. 26.
Douce t, Charles Camille (83), dramatic author,
lawyer, Paris, April 1.
Douglass, Frederick (78), negro leader and
politician, Washington, D. C, Feb. 20.
Droz, Antoine Gustave (63), author, Paris, Oct.
Drummond, Sir James (83), Admiral British
Navy, retired, Oct. 7.
Dumas, Alexandre (68) , novelist and drama-
tist, member French Academy, France, Nov. 27.
Duucombe, Lady Hermonie Wilhelmina,
Duchess of Leinster (31), England, March 20.
Durnford, Richard (93), Bishop of Chichester,
England, Oct. 14.
Dutilh, Eugene (81), New York banker, Brook-
lyn, N. Y. , May 6.
Eaton, Darwin Cady (62), professor of botany.
New Haven, Ct., Jan. 29.
Ehrlich, Simon M., Chief Judge City Court of
New York, typhoid fever, July 16.
Elliott, Joseph (82), veteran journalist. New
York City, pneumonia, Feb. 13.
Fairbanks, Franklin (67), financier, St. Johns-
bury, Vt. , April 24.
Faithfull, Emily (60), author and philanthropist,
England, June 3.
Farnsworth John G. (63), ex- Adjutant-Gen-
eral of New York, paralysis, Washinglxjn, April 6
Fay, Hugh, actor, New York City, counump-
tion, Nov. IL
Ferry, Elisha P. (70), ex-Governor of the State
of Washington, Seattle, Wash. . Oct. 14.
Death Boll of 1895.
DEATH ROLL OF ISQ^t—Contimied.
Field) Eugene (45), poet and journalist, Clii-
cago, lU. , Nov. 4. , , . ,
Forrester, Arthur M. (44), author and journal-
ist, Irish agitator, Jan. 22.
Freytag, Gustav (79), novelist and poet, Ger-
many, pneumonia, April 30.
Frothingham, Octavius Brooks (73), Unitarian
clergj'man and author, Boston, Nov. 27.
Gayarre, Charles Etienne Arthur (90), historian,
New Orleans, La. , Feb. 11.
Gordon, Archibald D. (47), journalist. Port Rich-
mond, Staten Island, N. Y., Bright' s disease, Jan. 9.
Gowen, John E. (70), civil engineer, Paris, May 7.
/Grant, Sir Pal rick (90), Field Marshal
British Army, London, March 28.
Gray, Isaac Pusey (62), U. S. Minister to Mexico,
City of Mexico, pneumonia, Feb. 14.
Green, Roberf Stockton (64), ex-Governor and
Vice-chancellor of New Jersey, Elizabeth, N. J.,
heart disease. May 7.
Gresham, Walter Qnintou (63), Secretary of
State, Washington, D. C, pleurisy. May 28.
Guerin, Alphonse (78), surgeon and medical
author, Feb. 21. , _. ^ .^ ,
HaU, Charles Henry, D. D. (75), P. E. clergy-
man, Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 12. ,
Halle, Sir Charles (76), pianist, Manchester,
England, Oct. 25. „
Hamilton and Brandon, William Douglas-Ham-
ilton, t ^velfth Duke of (50). Algiers, May 16.
Harper, Edward B., life insurance manager, New
York, pneumonia, July 2. , ^ ,
Haskin, John B. (74), ex-politician and Member
of Congress, Friends Lake, N. Y., Sept. 18.
Hayter, Henry Heylyn (74), statistician, author,
Melbourne, Victoria, March 24.
Hoar, Ebenezer llockwood (79), lawyer.
Concord, Mass., heart disease, Jan. 31.
Hodgson, John Evans (64), painter, Coloshill,
England, June 19. , . , ^ .^. ,
Hornby, Sir G. T. Phipps (70), Admiral British
Navy, Lordingtou, England, pneumonia, March 3.
Howe, Mark Anthony de Wolf (86), P. E. Bishop
of Central Pennsylvania, Bristol, R. I., July 31.
Hurlbert.Wm. H. (69), journalist, Italy, Sept, 4.
Hunt, Richard M. (67;, architect and artist, New-
port, R. I., July 31. , ^ ^ ., .X
Huxley, Thomas Henry (70), physiologist,
Eastbourne, England, June 29.
Imbodeu, John D. (75), ex-Confederate General,
Abingdon, Va., Aug. 15. ^^, ^. . t^ *
Ismail Pacha (65), ex-Khedive of Egypt,
Jackson, Howell E. (63), Justice Supreme
Court of the U. S. , Nashville, Tenn. , Aug. 8.
Jordan, Eben D. (73), senior member of Jordan,
►Marsh & Co., Boston merchants, Boston, Nov. 15.
Jordan.Thomas (76), ex- Confederate and Cuban
General, New York, Nov. 27.. , tt c,
Kautz, August V. (67), Brigadier- General, U. fe.
A., retired, Sept. 5. r. f a +
temper, James Lawson«(71), ex-Confederate
General, ex-Governor of Virginia, Gordonsville,
KencirVck" Asahel Clark, D. D. (86), professor of
languages, Rochester, N\ V Oct. 21 .
Keyes, Erasmus D. (85), Brevet Brigadier-Gen-
eral, U. S. A., Nice, France, Oct. 14.
- Kimball, Moses (89), former proprietor of the
Boston Museum, Boston, Mass., in February.
Kirkwood, Daniel (81), astronomer, June 12.
Kitashirakawa, Prince, commander of the Jap-
anese forces at Formosa, Formosa, fever, Oct. 29.
Ladislas, ArchduKe (20), Austrian army officer,
Hungary, accidental shooting, Sept. 6.
Lanman, Charles (76), journalist and politician,
Washington, D. C, heart failure, March 5.
Leclercq, Charles (72), actor. New York City, ty-
phoid fever, Sept. 19. ,,. . X „„ F
Legrand, Pierre (61), ex-Mimster of Commerce of
France, June 1. ^ ,. ^ , .=
Libbey, William (75), merchant and financier.
New York City, apoplexy, Nov. 5.
Loomis, Altred JL. (64), specialist in pulmon-
ary diseases, New York City, pneumonia, Jan. 24.
Loop, Henry Augustus (64), painter. Lake (Jeorge,
N. Y., Oct. 20.
Loring, Sir WUliam (82), British Admiral of the
Fleet, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Jan. 7.
Loven, Sven (87), naturalist, author, Stockholm,
Sweden, Sept. 4.
Low, Josiah O. (74), New York merchant, New-
port, R. 1., Sept. 17.
Ludwig, Karl (79), physiologist and author,
Mackay, John W., Jr. (25), promoter, France,
accident while riding horseback, Oct. 18.
Maha Vajirunnis, Crown Prince of Siam (17),
Bangkok, uraemia, Jan. 5.
Mahone, William (69), ex- Confederate General,
political leader, Washington, D. C, paralysis, Oct. 8.
Malagola, Amilcare (55), Cardinal, June 22.
Mansou, Mahlon D. (76), ex-Member of Con-
gress, Crawfordsville, Ind., paralysis, Feb. 4.
Mansur, Charles H. (60), ex-Member of Congress,
Washington, D. C, April 16.
Martine, Randolph B. (51), Judge of the Court of
General Sessions, New York, peritonitis, March 30.
Marvil, Joshua P. H. (70), Governor of Delaware,
erysipelas, April 8 .
Maxev, Samuel Bell (70), ex-U. S. Senator from
Texas, Eureka Springs, Ark., Aug. 16.
May, Michael (69), R. C clergj-man, Brooklyn,
N. Y., Feb. 11.
Mayo, William S. (83), author. New York, Nov.
McAllister, Ward (60), society leader. New York.
McCulloHgh, Hugh (86), ex-Secretary of the
Treasury, Washington D. G, May 24.
McPherson, Edward (65), ex-Clerk of the U. S.
House of Representatives, author, Gettysburg,
Pa., accidental poisoning, Dec. 14.
Melchers, Paul, Cardinal (82), Rome, Dec. 14.
Merriam Augustus C. (50), archaeologist and
author, Athens, Greece, pneumonia, Jan. 18.
Metternich, Prince Richard (66), diplomatist,-
Vienna, apoplexy, March 1.
Millard, Spencer C. (38), lawyer, Lieutenant-
Governor of Califo-rnia, Oct. 24.
Moore, Henry (64), artist, London, June 22.
Morris, John A., founder of the Louisiana State
Lottery, turfman, Kerrville. Tex., May 26.
Morris, Luzon B. (68), ex-Governor of Connecti-
cut, New Haven, Ct, Aug. 22.
Newcomb, George B. (59), Congregational cler-
gjTnan, professor of philosophy, Attleboro, Mass.,
Newton, John, Brigadier-General, XT. S. A., civil
engineer. New York City, May 1.
- O'Brien, Hugh (68), ex-Mayor of Boston, Som-
erville, Mass., Aug. 1.
O' Gorman, Richard (75), lawyer and jurist. New
York, the grip, Feb. 28.
Oldenburg, Princess Elizabeth of (38), Fulda,
Germany, Aug. 28.
O' Sullivan, John Louis (82), ex- Minister to Por-
tugal, New York, the grip, March 24.
Palmer, Koundell,Earlof Selbourne (83),law-
yer, England, May 5. . ,
Pape, Alexander August Wilhehn von (82) , Field
Marshal, German Army, Berlin, May 7.
Parker, Eli S. (69), Seneca Indian Chief, ex-
Brigadier-General, U. S. V. . Aug. 31.
Pasteur, Louis (73), scientist, discoverer Pas-
teur treatment for hydrophobia, Paris, Sept. 28.
Peel, Sir Robert (73), ex-M. P., England, hem-
orrhage of the brain. May 9.
Peixoto, Fiorina Veira (56), ex- President of
Brazil, Brazil, June 29.
Persico, Iguazio (72), Cardinal, Rome, Dec. 7.
PUling, James C. (49), ethnologist and linguist,
Olney, Md. , July 27. . , , ^
Pixley, Frank INL , journalist, tounder of The
Argonaut, San Francisco, Cal. , Aug. 11.
Phillips, Henry, Jr. (57), archaeologist, philolo-
gist, and numismatist, Philadelphia, Pa., June 6.
Phillips, James Liddell (55), Baptist missionary,
Calcutta, India, July 17.
Phillips, Philip (61), evangelist, composer, June
Death Roll of 1895.
DEATH ROLL OF ISQb— Continued.
Poe, Orlando M. (63), Brigadier- General, U. S.
A- , Detroit, Mich. , erysipelas, Oct, 2.
Polhemus, Henry D, (65), financier, BrookljTi,
N. Y., catarrh of the stomach, Feb. 14
Ponsonby, Sir Henry (70), Queen Victoria's pri-
vate secretary, Cowes, England, Nov. 2L
Ra'wiinson, Sir Henry C (85), father of As-
syriology, Major-General British Army, March 5.
Redfern, John, fashionable tailor, London, Nov.
Beed, Simeon G. (43), millionaire, horseman, and
ranchman, Pasadena, Cal., paralysis, Nov. 7.
Reichensperger, Anguste (87), German author
andstatesmau, Cologne, July 16.
Remann, Frederick (48), Member of Congress,
Vandalia, 111., July 14.
Renwick, James (77), engineer and architect,
New York, June 23.
Rice, Alexander H. (77), ex-Governor of Massa-
chusetts, Melrose, Mass. , paralysis, July 22.
Richardson, William J. (46), street railroad man-
ager, meningitis, Brooklyn, N. Y. , April 26.
Ritchie, Alexander H. (73), painter and en-
graver. New Haven. Ct. , Sept. 19.
Ritter, Ernst, professor of mathematics, Ellis
Island, New York City, Sept. 20.
Root, George Frederick (75), musical composer,
Bailey's Island, Portland, Me. , Aug. 6.
Ruggles, James Francis (61), lawyer. New York
City, Sept. 22.
Rustem Pacha, Turkish Ambassador to Great
Britain, Loudon, Nov. 20.
Rydberg, Abraham (66), author, Sweden, Sept.
Ryder, John Adams (43), professor of comparar
tive embryology, Philadelphia, Pa. , March 26.
Sala, George Augustus (67), journalist and au-
thor, Brighton, England, Bright' s disease. Dec. 8.
- Saltonstall, Leverett, Collector of the Port
of Boston, Brookliue, Mass. , April 16.
Scharf , Sir George (75), painter and author, Eng-
land, April 19.
Schenk, Charles Emmanuel (70), ex- President
of Switzerland, Berne, accident, July 18.
Schieflfelin, William Henry (59), drug dealer.
New York, paralysis, June 21.
Schuyler, John (66), civil engineer, Treasurer-
General of the Society of the Cincinnati, Pelham,
N. Y.,Aug. 22.
Scilla, Luigi Ruflfo (55), Cardinal, Rome, May 29.