MARK TWAIN BEARS UP WELL.
Body of His Daughter, Accompanied by Household Servants, Taken to Elmira.
REDDING, Conn., Dec. 25. - Mark Twain has borne up well under the bereavement which came to him yesterday in the death of his daughter, Miss Jean Clemens. Today he was fully composed and gave final directions for the removal for the body to Elmira, N. Y.
The coffin was taken from Stormfield this evening in time to be placed on the 7 o'clock train for New York. Several of the household servants accompanied it with a few of the most intimate friends of Miss Jean Clemens and of Mr. Clemens.
A great many messages of sympathy from friends in all parts of the country were received today by Mr. Clemens.
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