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essage......Dec. 8, 1885 W. H. Vanderbilt, born 1821, dies at New York City......Dec. 8, 1885 Robert Toombs, Confederate Secretary of State, born 1810, dies at Washington, Ga.......Dec. 15, 1885 Pension of $5,000 per annum granted to Julia D. Grant, widow of Gen. Grant......Dec. 26, 1885 Capt. Emmet Crawford, U. S. A., shot by Mexicans probably by mistake while in pursuit of Apaches, 50 miles southwest of Nacori, Mexico, Jan. 11, dies......Jan. 18, 1886 Act providing that, in caseGen. Grant......Dec. 26, 1885 Capt. Emmet Crawford, U. S. A., shot by Mexicans probably by mistake while in pursuit of Apaches, 50 miles southwest of Nacori, Mexico, Jan. 11, dies......Jan. 18, 1886 Act providing that, in case of removal, death, resignation, or inability, both of the President and Vice-President, the cabinet officers succeed in the following order: Secretary of State, Secretary of Treasury, Secretary of War, Attorney-General, Postmaster-General, Secretary of Navy, and Secretary of Interior......Jan. 19, 1886 Four hundred Chinamen driven out of Seattle, Washington Territory, without violence, and sent to San Francisco, Feb. 7; riots result, and United States troops ordered out......Feb. 7-9, 1886