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COLUMBUS, OIHO I ; :
VTDHDAY EVENING, -
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PRESIDENT LINCOLN, IN COLUMBUS, O.
SUSPENSION OF BUSINESS.
A Day of Mourning.
A GENERAL VIEW.
A GENERAL VIEW. THE CROWN IN THE STREETS.
Catafalco or Funeral Car.
Catafalco or Funeral Car. The Catafalco in the Rotunda
SCENE AT DEPOT.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT IN PROCESSION.
Scene in and around Capitol Square.
VIEW OF THE ROTUNDA.
COFFIN IN THE ROTUNDA.
View of the Deceased President.
The Remains on View.
EXERCISES ON EAST TERRACE.
EXERCISES ON EAST TERRACE. FUNERAL ORATION
EXERCISES ON EAST TERRACE. FUNERAL ORATION IN FULL.
Saturday, the 29th of April, 18(56, will bo a
lay long held in remembrance by the cltl
ahs of Ohio.' On that day, all that was
ttortal of the late President of our Repub-j
e muued through Ohio's Canital Cltv on
T " r
,cs way to its final home ln Illinois. ManyiJ
jwieVal pageantt had 'been s-een In our cltyH
TMCVwai uuu paBseu 'iiiruujju vur ouvtc 1
efort thtsf out "the grand J obsequies
d-day 4hrew "them 'all ' far into Ihe shade,
and totally eclipsed all former.' deraonstra
i tlons in honor of the illustrious dead. But
'j it was not a. mere -pageant 'that we beheld
There was accompany lug-(, the,
trocessloa and the- solemn exercises of
the day, deep aud heart-felt grief that per
vaded every bosom and. pierced, all hearts.
Ptrgrejai 'jlState cmeXt Wba ihrobfilng at
her center at her very heart's core with
: .unutterable sorrow , at the great calamity
hatjia4 so suddenly, and at so inausplolous
a moment, oeiaiieu ner onu ner uiaier omtco.i
Whose mortal remains were those that:
elicited" all thUI graiftdfuneral dlspliy Tnnd
caused profound grief and mourning in our
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Vttiiuu, burvujjuuuu iuv puiw ouu 1111 uvi
our beloved countrv? .Thev wera those .of
Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth PresldiTdtjfl
. M .... vthi.,i a.i.A. tj r, -n...i.i.ri7
bad preceded him, of whom only three sur
yy .The rst twelye Cesars or Presidents
ot our Republic hiid gone to . their reward
is the spirit-land, n Each had made his exit
Ttf what we Call a natural death? ' It was
the lof of the"' sixteenth." to fall by the hand
of an assassin an unprecedented event in
our national history and the most deplora
ble and saddening disaster tha); has occurred.
since the first settlement was made on our
shores. Other' Presidents1 have been sum
mnftd a.way.'by .the hand of death while in
fM exercise of their high bfflcej buUt, was
ata time w'hen, the country, was at peace
andenjoiugcomp'arativetIt 'JSpt, so
with Presjdenk XiNCOLN.' He was called
away when' to human ken the natiotj rupst
needed Tils services, when a great civil war!
Y iii -progress,, but when he peemed to
B about to become its great paclflcator and
tostoHh'Peade' and Ubibri; to", a .bleeding
andjdlstraoted cOUntryv t ;i; : y
Thltf day,1 whBn' the body of the deoeased
P'rsldent .arrived In ; bur city, Js Just, two
weeksi from the day oil which he died at?
wiv .1 nbiiiicu yaiiyo J.fA vv t9buv
day, tjba J.5th.of AprUv from tha .ejects oi
the wound, Inflicted by an assassin the
night before. Two weeks from his death
bU remalns are carried, Ip. mojjrpiul pro-r
oesslOA tftrouga. our streets, at about the
aame hour la whlcMheaq rewfl of his as
sasslnajjw ty'fyfa Hi,V8 com'
mupicasetiiiq uruorrorrstygenj m
moAUiti 1 Xfce iwo veeeks'intefValf between
thfcbeptl6nW that 'lieV s nd' tBe gVeat1
f nhe'ral neife was"Dne long season'oi sprjrowl
and mourning. . Everywhere were (ot be
seen; the embleme of, a grlti" that defied con
aolation. Private and publlo bhlfdliigs,'
offlces, halls, stores,; pldqs Ot buslnesa. and
even'.' thfl-resorts or publlo amusement,1
were draped, Jn deep mottrnlng. The Cap-'
Itol expressed on Its front and In' its interior &
the absorbing, htow; that had5Een: :U-.
session oj .hi9,peopioin UhroTs jCapItal City Jj
Two weeks ago, when the news of the.
PresldentV death wag' made known, busl-
nees, as Dy common consent, was euspenu-i
edrtlio bells were tolled,' and flags" whlehs
bad been gaily flying the day before, hung?
at half-mast, or wore folded and draped Ins
mourning. A deep gloom settled over ouils
city.. On the Wednesday following, .the
day pf the Presidents funeral at Washing-,
ton, business was again suspended, the bell
tolled, and minute guns were fired at noon
In Capitol Square., , A the tidings came on
from time to time of the progress Of the fu
ueral cortege from Washington, throughj
Baltimore, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, New
York, Albany. Buffalo, and Cleveland, and
the honors paid the remains' in these, Biidfel
tue intervening cities, and or tue deep man-
i i.n a i i i . m i l
iiesuitions ui puuno gnei, we seemea so dp
partaccrg in one great national lunerai, un
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til this morning the obsequies began In
To-day, as we said at the outset, is a day
never to be forirotten. The procession wa
tho largest and tho most imposing that
ever passed alonar our streets. The speota
cles presented at dillerent points far ex
co'eded our feeble nowerii of descrlDtion.
The buildings draped In black; the Hag1!
that hung drooping and folded lu crape
the crowds of rjeonle of both sexes and all
ages that filled the buildings, the sldewalk-4
and every available space along the route'
of the procession and the solemn tolling on
the bells in the city all these spoke Joudei J
than . words of the grand and mournful
ceremonies- that were transpiring in our
city.'-' But the most eloquent expression or
Oeep'BorrO w1 V. 44 loXfrtfcefi Ifrthd BafldeHed
countenances of the congregated thousands '
These told how greatly the national grlcl
was felt, and keenly too, by Individual
men, and women, and even by chlldrcnjlof
scarcely entered upon their teens. ThereMver
was a quiet solemnity reigning through the
vast crowds assembled here, llardl v could
more order an(L decorum hr.re been ob-
,' served, had each individual come hither to
attend the funeral of a near and dear rela
tlve, or of a loved and valued friend.'
ihe ceremonies Jto-day formed a great
military1 fand clvlo funeral such a com-'
blnatiou as was never witnessed ln our
city, and it is to be . hope J no similar na
tional misfortune, will: ever demand its
repetition. . The soldiers marched alonf;
the streets, with-"measured tread and slow, K
then followed the funeral car or catafalco.V
drawn by six white horsel in black, and
after, these, Innumerable civilians of all
ranks, degrees and positions la life; socle-'
ties, associations and orders of almost every
name, and throngs of people promiscuously
crowding forward, as if intent on a single
purpose, and animated by a common Im
pulse. But all was orderly and even rever
ential. All seemed to feel that they stood
in an awful presence, and that all jostling,
htr.tpv prtninlotnta otirl ltirlif ovitfntftnn J
re out of p.ace:1 Such A. the liomW
moro than four years before, had jassed
through our city full of life and strength, to
enter upon the responsibilities of the bighlvrom
station to which his fellow-citizens had
elevated him. Then comparatively few paid.
their respecU to bim. But to-day thous-ijThe
anda: nponthousanda seemed to vr6"wlth?pgoda.
each other in tokens of honor to his
ory. '" -
.It will be impossible, in a general notice,
to do anything liko justice to the procession,'
to the ceremonies and tho various displays
on this great occasion; much' less 'to detail
manjfceuesaod incidents deserving spe
cial mentlonr we may, therefore, flay, enoe
for all, that the procession and its. acoom -
paniments were all handsomely, and
systematically arranged as could be ex
pected on such a'hurrled occasion, and were
creditable to those who had the arrange
ments uncharge. Tha same jn ay be said of.
th(J ceremonle8 at the Capitol and elsewhere'
in the city. -The bands of music la the pro
cession and at the Capitol played solemn
dirges that expressed in mournful and
touching notes the people's'grlef. Every one
who participated ln the funeral axrauge-
incuts, seemed Impelled to do his part faith-.
fully ; and. few there were, if any, who had
any duty assigned, that did not diligently
attend to its performance. '?
There was a great and impressive les
son 'taught iii the sad and mournful
scenes that traupired.lo pur , city to-day
It was a lesson that we trust will not be
Without profit to the present and future
generations of our countrymen.1 It is thai
great lesson which our holy, religion incul
catca, , of ( respect;, and obedience to j those
wno, oy cue constitution ana laws 01 our;
country, are placed,, for the, timetbeing, In
authority over us. .The opposite of this lead
to anarchy, misrule and national and indi
vidual 'misery and woe. Our people have!
had bitter5 experience of tnese. things for
foiir" years past.'' But the raising of an as
sassin's' hand with, fatal eft'ect against the
President a life, has eograv.eu more deeply
this ' great, lesson upon their hearts. It Is,
a realizing sense of thedahgers thaV'flow
from disregarding, the foundations in con
stltutlons and laws, on which jests the great
fabric of civil society aud social order, that
can preserve oar country safe from the ter
rible disorders ana convulsions that have
rent other, republics aud empires asunder.
THE CROWD IN THE STREETS.
Though the appointed time for the. ar
rival of theremainsof Jthe.late, president
was earlf in the rnornlnar, thestrcets desiz-
natedor the route of, the .'escort and pro
cession to tneuapuoi, were uneu wicntnou-
sands of. people long before the hour an -
nounced. ''All were expectant and eager,
but, waited with patience and good order
It required no little exertion on the part o
the police and officers pf the day to keep tb
streets clear for the march of the proces
slon; but as soon as the funeral cortege ap
peared In the distance, tins' was easily ac-
compiisneu reopie, inougn anxious to od-i
tain a glimpse of the hearse and coffin that
contained the remains of the illustrious dead.
were Vet tod respectful td seek this gratlnca
tiortttt the' expense 6f causfng-any'dlrnciil-
THE FUNERAL CAR.
Af 7!&ifAVjfc'tW stir at the depot tlk
mutlled ringing of the bells, and the dirges'
played by "bill (Jl Sf rausiannourreed fliat
the sneclal train C0nt3lnlu2..the funeral
car, the, guard jp lioiipri andj , the . general
escort, had arrived ;trom Cleveland-. Thc
noun wlOVvew throusrh Kin- nStv.: nf.,1
Urowds rushed forward to 'obtain the Best
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possible vlow; but good order waa without
dlfflcnlty , f rhklntalned;'' The! ' furiejral "(far
'int jWe4'icoffla th PrifeWent,
and, U to convey U W gprlngneld, is a.mod
ai: of ohasU ah SettbUfiitwbrkinansbip
drapery of bluck, relieved by large silver
ourJnjute. The car Is underlie charge of Mr
It Is forty-two feet long, with twelve win-f
dows n each sldo.", The pa nnels are dark In
'contrast with, the usual yellow of the other
oars, and the windows are draped iyfth
black. ' Silver fringe hangs from the edge
all around the top of the car, belowJMSl;
tassels peudant between each window. The,
Inside of the car Is very somber with drap
ing of black At one end Is a pedestal ftfj-
thecofUn, which, when In its place, U ct3v-
ered by a magnificent flag draped In blackv:j
A fltna.rnnm arltnlno urlt.li nnnvprilpnnpA fnr
the guard of honor Accompanying the re-
mains, finely dccorated,th the cout-of-ji
arms of each States It contains sofas and
settees, wash-table and othwWppurtenan
Ices, iicvond is nnotner apartment, wnicn
contains many of the floral offerlngfhade
1in honor of the dead President, along the
SR. P I.ilmimn. whn haa npfnmnanlprl II
from Washington, antfwUl accompauy It to!
. i n t , mi j t . , i . r
apringueiu. i no ..train onsisiu or ninr
Jother cars, all of which were hanJomely
arapea. ' ,'
The colli n In the remains of our
late President He, and In which they are to
fibe burled, Is of mahogany, lined with lead.
miu tuvcicu YV Ikll blic Jllli:ov LUOB WW!,"',
The Inscription on the silver plate is as fol
: Sixteenth' Preiident uf toe United Bt&tes,
; ... Porm, f eb. 13, 1809.
: Lied, April V, 1865.
the coffin are tastefully scalloped with sil-SJ
proid, to whlcharo attached flvetassclavj
'The outside of the coffin is festooned with
masstV'e silver tacks, representing drapery;
in each fold .of which Is a sliver star. There
'arc eight massive handles to the coffin, four
being placed on each side. The outer edges!
. try r t .cV i a f I.T. I
of five inches each in leneth. A row olM
'silver tacks encircles the entire top of th?1
coflln, being placed twt Inches from thoSa
!outcr edge,, while a silver plate, enclrcletlSj
by n shield formed of tacks of the same ma-51
terlal, occupies a central position on the top
lid, with stars at the head, and foot ot the,
coflln, on the outside. The inside of the
race Jiu is ruiseu wini wiiiw nuuii, um ccn-w
...lit. ,l .1
W niece beine trimmed with black anitfJ
..tt.lK, einy y.ni (octonnfl Au'n wlrK q!t.
(bun .liver Rtars. four to each corner. - The?3
face lid and top of the coffin is fastened to
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'gether with five silver stars,
The Inside of the coffin is superbly lined
with box-pleated satin, the bottom and
low belngof the finest white silk, while
three-inch cheuiel satin fringe encircles tbeHjj
entire inside. - ?..' :
THE CATAFALCO OR CITY FUNERAL CAR.
the ground, on. which rested a dais for
canopy ln shape resembled a Chinese
with the interior of the' roof lined
filc6r funeral car that 'bore' the coffin iiigl
the procession, was the subject of universal
observation : and admiration. It .' was pl
ami in excellent good taste, IV the occd
lie was u ieoiong ay icei,. wme, aim
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jfeet from tn grouna- to vie apex . ohjiihmj
canopy. . The main platform was 4
the reception of the ooflln, 12 feet long by 65
wide, raised 2a feet above the platform.
silk flags, and the outside covered wlth
ine black broad-cloth, as were the dais, the
main platform and' the entire catafalco. W
Black cloth depended from the: platform
within a few Inchesof the ground, Jestooned,M
tringed with silver lace, and, ornamented
with handsome tassels of black jilk. .-.
f Surrounding the cornice or upper portion
!of the canopy, were thirty-six silver stars,y
ind on the apex and the four corners were'u
live heavy black plumes. 'The canopy wasj
tastefully curtained with black cloth linedi-j
with white French, merluo. On each side.
rof the dais' was the word,' "Lincoln," in
Wre silver letters. ' '
This catafalco was drawn by six white
horses covered with black clotty edged with
silver fringe, the head of each horse being
surmounted with a largo black plume, andtJ
each led by a groom dressed In block wlthij
white gloves and a white Dana rouna nis nac -
As this funeral car passed along the crowd
led streets, ajnld the solemn .profession,
ivhole bands'-6f muslo -played melancholy
Idlrges, every voice was hushed, add often
pears were seen to start unbidden down the.
Jcheeks ot the spec.aiors. XNotning couiu
Jmore forcibly Impress upon the people the.
I'greatnesso.f our calamity lil the loss of our
revered President. ', '
CATAFALCO IN THE ROTUNDA.
The Catafalco In the. Rotunda of the Cap
itol, on which the President's remains lay in
state,! 4eaHy.all aay,rwa3 fine Ittiicfurei
md appropriately decorated. Its length at
tho base was 23 feet by 20 wide. The
platfom was. elevated 35 Inches from the
lloor of the rotunda and ascended on alu;
I rloo hv Btatra of five "stens. On the nlnt-?l
t'oraf a'dals"was raised-, theTbasS of which
was 11S feet lii length by 4- ia width, aud on
its top, 23 Inches above the main platform,
was a plane surface 23 inches wIDi otovblch
the coffin rested. The sides of the dais for.
inohes below, tBe cpfllii !seat, were sloping!
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or oeveieu, anu iiueu wini grccu iuum icy-.
resenting .banks, of flowers, ,'fhese banks
were full of beautiful, delicate flowers of
various hues and descriptions. The plat
form and'stalrs -were neatly carpeted, and
the dais covered with rich black cloth.
Thn nmfimlnn ht floral adornments was
3trulv magnificent, "It seemedas If theM
...w r : . . as
dreeB-!10U88 anu tue garueu uuu uecu -uis
robed of their brightest ornaments to beau
tifr the scene, and illustrate the belief
immortality, e'veiv Urt the'fcresehce'of tHi
of deeo sorrowover the dead". On
the platform, at each end of the daks rising?
toa.helgb.fr above the cofflnV stood ;a large'
urn filled with delicate nwcrS) in-the, midst'
ofwhlcu ' rose w. neautiiui-noratpyramw
ibouta foot higUCJTIiese," wlthotlWflniag-l
nlficentand appropriate emblems, made the
catafalco in the Rotundarattraotlve. a well
us worthy of the great and Solemn.occasloi
lor which it hail been prepared.' '
neislcMJ f rbni theflepot to tiie State OaTitdl,,
we'oatf: only give kr-geneialViewt-f Tlie ed
tire ordering and marshaling ol the pro
ftsslnn waa. underthe direction and con
tlUl VI JI1JW V ... ... " '
MaHbaU; uTh; progranrmej, a; published,!
in most resoccts. literally -carried outf
much praise is due to Ma)o Sklles andj
his assiewnw for'tne praeriy frraijgenienp:
and 'deoorous proceedings of the-d ay, i At?
the '4e'po'ti which Vas' handsomely , decora-l
tod and draped above.'and on the sides, with
toe emDiemsui luuurmujf, hud ihiuo nom,
'received' by th' fjSthKegiraeutof 0hlo,Tpl-5
Infantry!, and deported in the spn-jj
j d catafalco ir funeral car, which , con-
nyed them In the procession to the west;
jrtranoe to Capitol Square. . ' .
.Tho procession, headed by the 83th 0. V
, , under command of Lieut. Col. Webber,?
i . ; length, after some delay, began to come
to regular ordor, and to move down Ulgh;ed
reet. Both the military and civic displaysjaplace.
. eTe grand and imposing. Many of thcJl
tost distinguished Generals with theirg
alfs, and other eminent officers In the sef-rj
lee were to be seen In the procession. Nor.M
ere distinguished and eminent civilians
ss numerous.! Military officers, aocom pa
led by their ttaffs passed on mounted on
ue horses, while carriages moved slowly
' i this funeral train, containing men enil-
l ent in the military and the civil walks of.
: fe. ' ' i.
Following these came the Various assocl -
dons and orders, to which places had been
4)lgned In this grand funeral march. First
ere seen the members of the Masonic Or
,'er, then the various Lodges and Encamp-
: ienU of the Order of Odd Fellows, tlie"fl.
United Ancient Order of Druids, the Feni
n Brotherhood, tho Mechanics' ,Assoc1a
. 'on, SU Martin and St. John Benevolent,
ssoclatlon, tho ButcherV Association,
ther societies and clubs. The rear of then
. roccsslon wa4 brought up by the ColoredJ
lasouic Orders and the Colored Benevo-N
. ... HPI, .......In., ,A,tu1 In'
legular orders-south down High street to
.road; thence east on Broad to Fourth street;
lcnce soutl on Fourth to State street;'
icuce easton State to Seventh street; thence
fouth 6n.BeVnth to Town street; thence
west priToWn to High street, and thence
iiorth on High to the main entrance, into
Notwithstanding tho rain had poAU-ed
down in torrents the night before, the day
for the ceremonies in honor or tne deceased
President, dawned bright and clear. The
sun shown out, dimmed occasionally by a
passing cloud; but the wind blew fresh
and gently, Just enough to render the at-
mosDherecool and bracinjr. Though the
streets and crossings were muddy and dis
agreeable early in the moral
Mil " . n "
RJ I.. Jk. K ,M,rlniiuT""""w
iiuiniiwjii imu uccii jjincu u; mo i""""".,
rain in lavhiL' the dust, which would
mil ' j i - ...
wlan linvfl timvpfl nn filrnnRf. IntolfirRhli'B'l
nuisance. On the whole, a more Dleasant4
M and agreeable day for the solemn occasion j;
M could not reasonably have been expected. Kj-UCJ
Inr on oreRtP1016'
THE SCENE AT THE DEPOT.
feetnen, womeli and children, in eager ex
expected funeral train from Cleveland.
Guards were (stationed around the depot
and for some distance along the track east-
ward, to prevent a rush of the''crowd
Spaces and areas were alsp giiardedj where
Ja the procession was to be formed, and its
various ranks filled. Long before the ar-
By six o'clock in the morning, the
began to Cbllect at the depot to await
frtyatorthoMftncrai train, the vicinity
the depot arid a considerable distance downff
train, the". vicinity of
High and liortn streets were crowded Dy ay
quiet and anxious assembly ot persons
pectancy., . lJut there was very little jost
ling, and ne, unusual noise or disturbance.
All seemed fleeply impressed in view of the
coming solemnities.' -' '...'.
At about a quarter past 7 o'clock, the ap-j
iearanceof the pilot englrte announced ttiali
lue funeral train was close at hand. In tenorp!
fifteen minutes later, that train caiiie rollings
nuletlv Into the deDot. the enirino and cars&J
jichly draped with the emblems of inourp-
ing. "The frfwral car, tontalnini the coffin,
A 'both of Whlcii "We hav descrllwtfelsewhere.
Jtttracted general admiration. The train,
alter a lew moment's waiting, passedj
through the depot, stopping a short distance
t0 the westward, so as to bring the funeral.
rar opposite the place where stood thamag
vlticent catafalco; that was to convey tl
remains of the honored dead in the proces
Hon to the CaBltol. The coffin was in a
Iborf; time placed by the military n the
. atafalco, while profound silence
khroughout the thronged assembly of spec
Litorsi 'In the meantime bauds played
irgej of solemn music, cannons were fired
j Intervals, and the bells of the city were
OUR FIRE DEPARTMENT IN THE PROCESSION.
One thing Is worthy of notice, which was
iot set down in the published programme
"i i f the procession.' "We refer to the part ouri
J vity Fire Department took.In that proces
' ion, under the lpad ot Its- Chief, Colonel
i saac H. Marrow. Its position was in the
i i?ar of tho procession, . immediately pre
i cding the associations of colored men. The
i nglnes and hose carriages with their horses
Vere handsomely draped, and their appear
- nee was elegant and appropriate. The
urge Ilook aud Ladder car drew general
Dservatlou, Dy its nue ueconuious, auu ue-.
: ig filled with yoilng misses dressed in
lourning, ' and representing, the several
: .tates of the whole Union.' There was uoj
lore elegant and appropriate display in the
ntire procession than that made by our
Y ity Fire Department.
SCENE IN AND AROUND CAPITOL SQUARE.
During the progress ' of the procession
; long tiie assigned route, the sidewalks, the
irindowsi doorways, tnd In some instances,
i ie roofs of buildings; were filled with
', pectaton. " The procession was about a
Viile in length', And though it moved for-
ard, with very little hindrance or Inter
t iption, It was about an hour before it.
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t .acnea-ine w
est front gate or Capitol
The scene then presented around;
i Square baffles descriptions The slde
iiif J Aalk8 on High, Broad and State streets, were
terally jammed, so dense was the crowd on
,11 sides. The west, front entrance was re-
-rved for the Ingress of the procession,
i lid for citizens generally, after that bade
j assed through; All the entrances to the
'iapitolwere guarded, while soldiers were
mged in doublo nies along tuo avenuesM
. J! t-. i tUa savonl rra fan ti nni rrK fVicP'
sadine from the seveTRl gates through the
iquare to' the front entrance pi 'the StateiJ
VIEW OF THE ROTUNDA.
' Before the coffin was brought "In,1' the
jiotunua oi me vupiwu preseiiieu mi im
pressive and tolemri appearance. Very few
persons were? inside j,buti files of : soldiers
twyu, jycupi'yj a . v - - v "--ii
i.,.4inr,Am tha apteral mnn pntraniea tn,
the Rotunda.' Female hands were still busy
Id decorating the catafalco in' the center?.;
. .... it x'J'" l.'.'..1JI.I . Al.lTi
Witft CnOICB Hiwyre. 'j.fu, nuuinuii w lue
iloral ornaments elsewhere described, two
b.-antlfttl speclmfens (of ;t the. Amaranthiistl
. Ll A l.'liritUmVlin fiin fl
iornersVof the , catafalco,' and:jfaolng-; jthej
voat frrtnt pnhranoe, The mournful dranerv:
of the RotundX Poweli'r great painting of
I, .7 ,'- r'.Oi Avr.Kuiii2Htrni
mo. ( v ;T " v . . ' 1
placed ina new and more.avorable-
for the solemn ceremony about to take!
tlon; the large catafalco . in the center,
with Its lil nek covered (lain and banks ol
rimvpin.. and a softened and subdued lisrht
falling upon the whole scene, impressed thefy
beholder with the idea that here was the;
most appropriate place that could be select-j
COFFIN IN THE ROTUNDA.
sndSu,,,; ln the presenCe 0f a few military andU
At about a quarter past tilue o'clock, the
ulvanceof the procession with the funeral
!ear or hearse arrived at the west gate of the.
Capitol Square. Hero the colrln was re
moved from the hearse by soldiers, by'whomjg
it, wim rarripd nARt the eruarus ransea aionirr
- " H
tha Bvpimp. tn thn west front entrance tot;
the Capitol, followed by the pall-bearer'i
and others In the procession. 'As the cofllnlf
was carried In, over the outer entrance to
gtje Capitol were seen the words "GodII
Moves in a Mystebiocs Way" and in anl
arch over the entrance at the West gate,j
these words in large letters "vaivi
MOURNS." The collln was silently de-V
posited on the dais prepared for its recep-2
tlon, and elegant . wreaths of flowers weresj
placed at each end and upon Its upper sur-i
ti... t.. ir. i',.i,., -f ,i:.... K.r iw,V
l,H;t. AUG IMC T . iUl . X CI lUll, OM1IIU1II J( VJf liill
:ivi dignitaries, offered up a brief, but ap
proprlate and solemn prayer. ,
VIEW OF THE DECEASED PRESIDENT.
" v"uio nilvuraill'U Ik W put .
, . , , , ,
I 10 view mecpnin.j
W"' auu 3 on 1,ow cnanca irom wa
people!'tHlu,re8 01 " ma D7u" name-ynoniH
thewe8aw ltl our, same CapHal a littf overJ
oiT"v" "w " 't
ow8 a,,d uPon the streets a11 over the city ;
At about half past nine o'clock, the face
of the deceased President was exposed to
nublio view.' The dcodIo camo in at the
West entrance, and passing up the platformTj
'nteps1, filed off on each side of the coffin j
The arrangement was such, that every per-lj
son In passing had a close and full 'view oft
the face. After this view, the visitors, asS
they happened to be on the one side or the!
ither of the collln, passed down the plat-K
form steps, and so out of the etlt doors onaj
the north and south fronts
Across the rbtundaJo the entrance
i mors, strips or thick carnet Mere
to prevent the loud sounds that would other
wise be made by walking(5ii the rpatle
lloor and up and down the stone steps'.
Everything was arranged in the most com
and we m& ad(I' 1,1 the btst possible
rliTKItiililT A on.l.lo nil ,kf .1..I...1 ll -..t
iu. wo was so iaieiyr
linn I'hihf Marvaafrafi. " . - S
w. uu wS me icauires oi
Ifnnr vpnra atrn. 'TlinnorK tUa fio umAnaili,
recognizable bv everv one vao la oen
4uo living x icciuctlb, JCU lb WOB Pr BttllO W,J
jjsunken and haggard. ThVrc was the un-5J
mistakable seal of death upon it, which the
cmbalmer's art had been powerless to con-$j
ccal. The old features seen all these wean
lays of the nation's anguish In the win
" ..r.vv....u6 k.u
.ill .ma iiti.iuu o B1IU KIBbHUUO ClllUri'
11 fhto nntin.a a., ,.!.. .1.,..
peace dawned upon a restored Union, nmlH
a firmly established nation the old homely
benign features stood out, and were still re
cognizable, but it was not the genial face
'of the living man, Abraham Lincoln ; and
those who saw it to-day for the fist timej
can gain but a poor Idea of the kindly and
intelligent countenance as it was when
illumined by vitality. The eyes areunken,j
the face sajlo and somewhat discolored,'
the lips so tightly compressed that they
seem to be but a straight, sharp line. There
was no erlddnce VIsibTe or the method or
his death. The beard, wliioh commenced;!
. j. v ' , . . , . '.
.Clinches in length, and the hair is brushed!,
ll Liie inwp.r nnrr. or r.nA. ruin. i aiwinr. rwnr.i
back from the forehead. The body Is.i
jclothed In a full pnjt of black; a black silk
. I .1.. 1. . 1.1. t. 1
crVBii ciicucics iiueueux, uver uicu iuium
narrow collar, . .; m' .,
1.1.-. AJ A - I . . ,1 .
vpnra nrn. 1 'i in ian rna i.ma urnaninaiiiLJ
of the CttDltal.la
THE REMAINS ON VIEW.
reignedJiPresident's body, were mostly of the mill
Those who had the first view of the latciJ
itaryi These passed In, with quick, yet
olernn step, at the rate of .140 per minute,1
or of about 8.000 per hour. Then came up
tne various oruers, associations, societies
and citizens, whdiad helped form the grandw
procession. Civilians passed by the coffini
at the rate of 100 per minute, or of about).
0,000 in the course of an hour. The persons v
who participated In the procession wereH
nearly or quite an hour in passing through
the Rotunda. ... ,; ' .
Then came forward all classes of society,1
predominant among whom were the ladies
Many were blooming youths and little
children, . The young, the old, the middle-!
iged, the rich and poor, the influential anus2
bscure, all joined in this last tribute of re-'
pect to the memory and virtues of the de
:eased. As they came up the stairs to the
Rotunda, their eyes took in the catafalco
is they stepped upon the platform they saw?
che flowers that covered the body ot the
offln ; ..then, suddenly, as the one before,
.fcjpasscd on, the face of the dead President
fvanin full and ClnSA tn view, at-nrtlintr fmmM
..... . , . ' '
itssnllowness to1 those so aceustomed to sceJ
the life-like portraits prevalent throughout
Htbeclty ; they took, one long, eager cazcil
still moving, for.no .time could be allowedjj
to any to stop, and" then- passed down theffj
talrs. There was no time for the exhibition
of emotion, yet there was noticed In each
iome peculiar evidence of it, in some a sud
den start,' iu some women a' sudden bitlnsr
of the lip;" but there was grief upon every
face, and many women when they went
jJown the platform stairs gave way to tears.'
EXERCISES ON EAST TERRACE.
At 24 P. M,, a solemn dirge was playedl-i
on the east terrace or tne Capitol bv theTI
Camp Thomas band." At 3 o'clock the fol-fj
lowing exercises were had at the same DlaeW
before an immense and thronged audience:l
aPrayer by the Rev. Mr. Goodman of this
city, and a hymn by the choir. . Then fol
lowed a funeral oration by the Hon. Job. E.'
Ot Chllllnothn. : whlnh l t.o'
' ' , .' .a , V :fl
iihlolncd: i'- ' ' ' il
t ..--tr-ii-. ... . 1 ,.
THE FUNERAL ORATION BY HON. JOB E
of traitowand Bought to sehre his'
ln.peelida-f civil war
Ohio nionrna, America mourns, the civl -
zed world will mourn tiie cruel death nf
Abraham Lincolttrthw-brave. the wise.- the
iirooa : Draveso, wisest, oest or men
History alone oan measure and weigh hi
worm, ous we, m parting rrom nts mortal t
.wntlni mav InHnlnrA fV,. 4,iioai.,
uearts in a iew DroKen woros or nrs lire and :a
. ! .1 LV. J Lt. 1 . Ll. u - 1 , 1 s:m
ilia uuaun uu ma nunc, nn nouia uio anu.
nartyrs deatti, ana matciness fame. A
Western farmer's son self-made. In earlv
manhood -he- won, by sterling qualities of 4
head and heart, the publlo confidence, and;
was entrusted wlthWthe neonle's noweri
growing with bis growing State, he became
a, leader m sne fesB..- - ifn.n;." i
Eleoted I President,! be disbelieved the
'.darkenou tn ana.:-ABe nresldent pleaded
prayed- ftrniW8Ce,Mong declined th0j
war," and .only when the storm broke in)
niry on tne nag, uiu ne arm lor tne union.
ror. four '.years the war raged, and the
President Was tficd as man was never tried.
betoim.. ...... .. . , -.-..
Oli ! "with what load of toil and care"i
lias he come, with steady, steadfast step,
through the valley and shadow ot defeat.
over tiie bright mountain of victory, up tu.
the sunlit plain or peace.
Tried by dire disaster at Bull Kun. where'
volunteer patriots met veteran traitors ; at!
Fredericksburg, where courage contend
ed .with .nature; at ChanceUorsville.
that desperate venture: in the dismal
swamps of the Chickahominy, . where
a' brave, army, was buried in vain;
bv the chronic siege of Charleston, the!
mockery of Richmond, and the dangers au
Washington through all these trials tht-5;
A A.ofuv.iiaj auivu aii nif, wi uoiiiia in vnw niiuj
the peoide, wliile the people trusted in God
and ln him. '
There were never braver men than the
Union volunteers; none braver ever rallied
In Grecian phalanx or Roman legion; none
braver ever bent the Saxon bow, or bon
barbarian battle-ax, or set the lance in rest:
none braver ever lollowed the crescent or
the cross, or fought with Napoleon, or Wel
lington, or Washington. Vet the Com-
Wfarilrluiif ctrttl f1trn trueriniT in I .rwl n ri S
maiider-in-ChlcLof the Union Army and
Navy was wortny of the men filling for?,
four years the foremost aud most perilous;;
post unfalteringly. I
Tried by good fortune, he sawhe ol-.
dlers of tho West recover the greitt yalley.B
and bring back to tne union tne rather oig
Waters and all his beautiful children, lief
saw the legions of Lee hurled fiom tli-
bights of Gettysburg. He sa wine flag off
the free rise on Lookout Mountain and!;
1 ll,n l..n. ... . lw, .,
puiuuu liuill bllClltCl iu tuu ecn, UllU JCQIi;
over Sumter. He saw the Star Spangled
jmiiiicr, ui ignie neu uy iiitgaiiHic ui umiic.v,
bloom over Richmond, and he saw Lee
surrender. Yet. ho remained
modest, giving all the gloryjto God aud ou
Army and Navy.
Tried by civil affaire, which would have
taxed the powers and tested the virtue ot
Jefferson, Hamilton and Washington, liead-;
ministered them so wisely and weH, thati
after three vears no man was found wftakcj
He was re-elected and ttiyhar-J
ltV ' ' '
itiusuiu neexhtmc on occasioir, i amy
ve6t 01 success came in so gratjmy. at neti
" Piiu, Aun( uuiu, icttcnu
hiivo seen thy salvation." Yet4ie was freea
m from weakness or vanltv. '
roportion anu Harmonious action,
caruinai virtues, me trinity oi trueu Kreai -
h ness- courage, wisdom ahugooaness;-a
goodness to Jove the right, wisdym fro know
mn . . "v 6
lie stood on the summit, his brow bathed
in .tne, Deams oi tne rising sun. oi reaccr
singing in bis heart the augelie song ofM
Wilnrr rnfinrl In thfi liivheKt: npacenn earth:-)!
"Witli malice to none, with charity for
all," he had forgiven the people ol the bouth,
and might have, forgotten their leaders
covering with the broad mantle ot hischar
ltv their multitude of sins.
But he is slain slaitrbv slavery.
fiend incarnate did tire deed. Beaten
battle, the leaders gouslit to save slavery
assassination. Thuir madness pretagedfjiuob
their destructrli. j
Abraham Lineolnjwas the personincationnCompany.
of Mercy. AndroW Johnson Is the person-
lllcation Ol Justice. ' -
Thev have nuttdered Merer, and Justlctt!
rules alone--atid the people, with one volce.S
pray to Heaven that justice may be done.!
ihe uierejfioinen.vnm oi our victorious ar
mies wrlf crustf every rebel ln arras, and
then may our eyes behold the majesty ol'i
the Jaw. They have appealed to tne sword;
il they were tried by the laws of war, their!
barbarous crimes against humanity would
doom them to death, i j
The blood of thousands of murdered pris
oners cries to heaven. The shades of sixty-
two thousand starved soldiers rise up infe
j judgment against them. The body or the
murdered resident condemns inem. bornei
deprecate vengeance. Ther is no room for!
vengeance here. : Long before justice can
have her perfect work the material will be
exhausted! and the record closed,
ttome wndcrwhynho aoutbr kincd her.
bot-t triend. Abraham L,lucoin was the true
friend of the peopleof the South ; lor lie wa.
their friend as Jesus is the friend of sinners
ready to save when they repent. Lie was!
not tne irteud or rebellion, ot treason, oi.
slavery-he was their boldest and strongest
hUdeath they die-the people have
them, and thev stand convicted. smittentF0-6.fstorHo"89-1'
toe, aud therefore tney siew nun out 11
with remorse and dismay while the cnusel
tor which the President perished, sanctftledr
by his blood, grows stronger and brighter .
'I I.Aca Qia eniiiMAt Mia AnnaAAllaniiil fr thn,
death of Abraham Lincoln. Ours is theii
erief theirs is the loss, and his is the train
He died for Liberty and Union, and now hei
nronra lha n,
aiartyr's.glorions crown. He l.-t
our crowned Presiilent.
AVhilo the Union
: ...uti .i.- i.. r t ii
the human heart, Abraham Lincoln
hold high rank among the immortal dead.f
,. a. iiv iiaiiuii 10 emeu nnu ivucriiicus' uutrf
nepila nn nld trnm rehpl hands tn rprnnBtriirtt
neeas no aiu irora reoet nanus to reconstructs,,
;LlUOn. The Lnion needs no recon-lSment
'I'lirt nnf nn io cni-Ai Aiirl rnflnnmnH . U
structioii, it whs uui, nmue uy man; it ws.
created by the God of Nations. It is Vital
nnu auiiiivi tai e jit MMiwt it viiiiuo in nut
nrl immnilu It it tna WrAli nria i n (hi.
meruoers ot its Douy, tney win neai, anti
leave no scar, without the cordial of com-l
promise with treason., Let us beware of the.
Delilah of the South, who has so lately be -
traved aue strong man. Let the "Prod iirals'1
feed ou the husks, till they come in repcnt-
ance, and asK to De received in tueir latn
er'a houscr-not as the equals to their faith
ful brethren, but on a. level with their form
er servants. ! Then we can consider their
petition, and .discuss the question, not of the
reennatruntirm of thn Union, but of the
formation of free States from the nationals
domain. Until then let the sword whlcht
reclaimed their territory rule it, tempered?
by .national,, law. some cry concilia
tion, and sav there can De no -.truth
peace by conquest ' On the contra
ry, there is no enduring i peace but;
tne peace tnatois conquered, me peaces
of r ranee is a conquered peace; tne peaces
of Linglana is eouquereu and conquered
asrain: the peace of our fathers was a con
quered peace; the Peace of the world is a.
conquered peace; tne peace oi Heaven is a
conn tiered peace: and thanks be to God, our
peace, is to be a conquered, and therefore a
lasting peace. For a hundred years shall?
the people enjoy liberty and Lnion in
peace, and security. The nation revived
throuirh all her members bv the hand of free
labor, prosperity shall fill and overflow the?
land roll along the railways thrill thef
electric wires pulsate on the rivers bios
som on the lakes; and the imperial free lie-
public, the best and strongest Government
on eartn, will oea monument ot the gioryi
f , i i. . . T ! i .: l .. J .. v 1
ui jiurmiuiu ijiiicuiii wuueuvcrai u ttuuvn
ail, shall, rise and swell the great "dome olj
. ... . . v
his fame." .
After the oration was concluded, a hymni-
Was sung by the choir; Rev.' Mr. Feltonjfrend
a benediction and the exerclses53cin,
were closed with a dirge by the Tod Bar-I3flea''-'
racks Tnd.: ' 'i . ''' - -
As we gp . tp pre6S,,the tld; of people-
vlewinir the President's remains, la still
The View will be' closed at sir oV.lncV thli
evening. . The remains will then be taken
to the depot by an escort and procession
.,, r. . . .
similar to that which took them to tne Cap
itol in thtj morning. ;.;Xlie funeral train will.
then leave for Indianapolis.
Tiv t.hfl lillrrir tt arofrlnff rtilf an nvtM fnl
this evening, many things are tieceasarllyl
omitted which'we would be glad to notice!
We . w IU endeavor to make amends,' as far 'as;
in ou power, in our regular Mon'diiy morn
lng'g Issue. f .. . , . . ... f,. ,j
"uSriNairietD, Ii.tllliAnrIl'-SlLTlia tlmJ
Ar,l,a nnitral ftf thft 1 Q t pMcl,ln, 1. . . 1.
" ''v!t'M, mccu.
m " ."'"V DtnuVO
i ait ustus, tract to.,-vvubniiUM.,"
LiiuuepmTvu uu uie iinior piaie -
s. BARTLETT. Wttthsm. Msi.."enrTei
hynntiinMiuti. . -i i ..
"""Krloussiios.andareiold in gold or ailTer eaies.ai
ThatrWatcb." Others re named the "Applston Watch
inKCo.;" others the "l. S. BartLir." instead of our
b.Vtj'T. S. Bartleit;" besides many varieties namel in
a maLBer as toonnvey the ides' that tbeyare
jjilbe veritable productions of the American : Watch
Judged&conru1,tf- Manufactured b, J . CHBlSTAJJOfcO.
York- Bold by Dmggurt,
o - . r 7 ; v. r
lM1 re really hanosome and I desirable, and to eiaov
im,tation of gold as to defy detection. The move
tll8 is manufactured by the well known Ht. Jlmer
wiUXbVCt HIV O UI L'lB CfllMnrmLtVI tin Irt Hnitllta Attara
the receipt for preparing and tsint this medf
pronounced in eale1 Melope, to any one who needs u,
' ' i Jt :'
JO-HOT ICES "T LM," ,F'
ti et each Intcrilon.
rlANOFOHTE rOB AI.B AT A
' I Min. A firtt-olasf. nrtn itnTfcr.;wd H-
, mioforte of inpariur, ton DCI noi'lv. th
;iat ImproTemont. tun iron idip. pwh ,r-
Htrung baai, irana rrenoniounn, omuBin "u puw
for ul t"ne, riclilj orved cwend IcBf, and ion j
hort tiina in ui. Can h wen at HT Wt'Towii
)i reot, between Ui(h and Front, tntrnnce on this
Uid4 .. . - .P'18
UST-PUUbE A LADIES' WABOOIf
I colored V. n-, eontaiiiinf tertn $t crianbaekt.
on tl nnir, on (3 n te, and moia imali ebai (
I .. . L' . I . ...... V.. U..k an,, U.nnjl T
i,ugiuuii"uru-. nwmu i..wh -
be left at Undenian'i Saluoa, or i . 11. Ri ey'f Bonk
JX7 ANTEDTWO COOD VI) LLINI B
J ' will fl pd Hmdjr tniplojinrt, withgocd .
at x-n.ifo cmjoio xiiaa lueci. wiviuvub.
ari-df ' .. .. r .
. Anrll 81 h arl (Via rnnrl-t mn in thi eitT. a
Jrrm!l black Moroeon docket Bock, tontainlnaaboat
4U in m.ner, ana inn ; ana piien. turn
linder will be liberally lewarded bi Uarini it athlt
BOAHDING A FEW DAY. BOAH D
m wanted at 106 East Rich itrtet.
CAUTION FROM THE ' ' J
AMERICAN WATCH CO.
It havlncome to our knowledge that Imitations
of the American Watch have b'ea put upon the
market in great number, calculated by 'their hit'
worthlessness to Injure the reputation of our geu
products, to protect onr own inuresu ano mm
puuiic iroiu lmpusmun, w. m(aiu . uuuvu iu,
. a i. i i.!.u TiT i.i. : .1 . UI
triu, Bliiu u; WU1UU UUI II bUU UJWtf Ulll,u.
be known. , . .,.;. "ri "i '
We manufacture four styles of Watoues. j.
The First has the name ' -
-AMERICAN "WATCH GO., Walthatn. Itosi,
engraved on the inside plate. .
The Second ba the name "
riZrin r Via Inairlft Ttlfitji
A11 the aboT, style, have th
painted on the dial, and art warrant-
WM. ELLER7, Boston. Mass.." enorare j on tbe
Plate, and M not -awed on the dial.
e dial. ,, "',
H All the above described Watohes are aiada of T-
Tiinay oe required. . . v
ll is naratr posiirae lor ui to ncoarately desertD
the numerous im'.tetioni to which we bare alluded.
They are usually intcribed with names so nearly ap
proaching our own as to oscape the observation of
the untconstemed buyer, home are represented as
made by the "Union Watch Co., of Boston, Maes.
no suoh Company existing. Borne are named tha
"Soldier's Watch," to be sold as nor Foutth or Wm.
E lery style, usually known as tha "doldter'l
We alsocaution the public, and particularly isor-
Mdiers. aiminat buying certain srtielesCAi.LKi watoh-
es, o freely advertistd in illustrated 'pspenr as
Army Watche." "Officers' Watches," "Mario
Time Observers,". "Arcana Watches," Ac, "the
prices of which are stated to be from seven to six
teen dollar. Agoodwatob, In these times, cannot
be afforded for any such money.
A little attention pn (he part of bujore will pro
tect them from gross imposition.
,, ROBBIES A APPLETOr
Agents for ih American Watch Cornpany,
' 182 BEOADWAT, H, I,
To Die in a Bad Cause
As those who fall in the rebel lacks undoubtedly
do, is foolish. But on the other kand -. .-'
Dyeing for a Cood Causey
A thueo wnv ire wise and prudent enough fcjreta-
edy the defects of nature with' J-. -
CHRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE,
'Are doing every day, in every oily of the Union,' it
eminently praiseworthy. This peaceful revolution
is going on throughout the whole land, and that
.beauty and harmony rnpplant homeliness aud in
Applied by all Hair Dressers.
An Elegant Novelty in Watches.
The Casefl of this WAtah m.m an ntirl n
tlon, composed of six different metals combined,
rolled t getber and planished, producing an exact
imitation of 18 carat gold, called Arcana, which will
K.'a wars Keep its oolor,
X ney are as bcaatsTul as solid
jtor Dame, with I'atentFufh Pin, and enpraved in tb
IWatoh CoiDDanv of teunmfl.anri in annovVtl Riti.k-
cd, having engraved pallets, fancy carved hriiige.
adjusting regulator, with gold balance and the iin
1 proved jewelled action, with Hue dial altid skeleton
jliands, and is arranted a good time keeper. -
These Watches are of three different siws, the
I'mallest beiim for Ladies. and im nil Unnimil'.,..
case of six will be sent by jlail or Express for
ljii - .'s oo.
A single one sent in a hanriiintmi MnrrAnA
Cfte tor H5 00; will readily sell for tbrSe times thoir
t;ot. We are sole agents for Uiis watch in (be United
ntates. and none are irenuine whinh tin mi. ku. ...
STrade mark. Address r; r7
t.,1 i U1KAKD W. DETAUGH A CO.. ' J
, . Importers, li Maiden .Lane, M. YJ
apnllS-3md4w. . , , ,
; FOR TIIE HAIR.'
THIS WONDERFUL HAIR DRESMBCl
and wonderful Hair teftoraiive still letaine 'ti
precedence in fafhii cable circles, and is supersed
ing all other preparations, not only in this country
but also in Europe and South America, Thousand'
of butiles are annually used in the Court cirolesat
Pari., London, St. Petersburg and Madrid, and ibe
ale in Cuba isenormous. RKEVES' A MHRosi
s composed of an oily extraot from herbs of wonder
ful virtue, and is highly scented with a variety if
oxquisite perfumes. It effectually prevents 'hetair
lalling nut, and causes it to in w rapidly, thick and
long. It waks te hair curl, and gives itagltssy
appearance. No toilet is complete without it. Fries)
lb cents per large bottle. ; ,, , , . i ,-.
. Hold bv Drussists and'doslnrs in Tftnn mnnAm tfl.
Jail parts of the civilised world. Wholesale by all
w MViwsuej uiuHieio lis dvw w ? , lIU BI
ibK V KS AM UKOtilA DEPOT, ' '
no o t mton St., pew torn, t
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman, while residing in SoUtb America m
la missionary, discovered a ssfe and simole remadr
Efor the Cure of Nervous Weakness Early Decay,
-Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal, Organs, and
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:nn uuirain m nunmin nwinBitt nn h...r.
ready eured by this noble remedy. Fronted by a
gdesire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will
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. JOSEPH T. INMAff, n.
l. Station!), BtsitHopss. .f .
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IWBI,B BOX OF BRAliDRETh'9
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went boxes of any pills in tha world hesidea:
ftffA hnnM Ktvitnian. ni. Vm t ll .
,Hoe to the exclusion of other purgatryee.lThf Bijit
.lettar'of their value ts yot scaroelj' appreciated.
When they aro better known sudden death and ooo- ;
.'tinned Sickness will be of , Ibe past. , .Let those whn
know them sneak risht nut in th.ir f.n I, t. -
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Ourraee an subject to a anaiHv.r ritti4
ibil lbJ" . fnd it la aa daagerouk hui
!prvaient: put BrandethlFi ls affd ai idvalo
vble and efficient preteotion. J5y their occasional usa
jwe prevent the oolleption of those Ituparities, which
when in luftyoieat quantities, causa so much da'ger
ito the body's haaltlu They soon tui liver obmnlssnt
J dyspepsia, loss of appatita, pain in the bead, her
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