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RICHMOND. INDIANA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1881.
ITRKK,V TAHI.IIIKII 1M3L.I OAILV UTAHUKIIKII 1VTO. f VOLu VI. NO. 225. TO-DAY'S riEIVS Kuported by Telefrrapb Kxclnal vely for the Hally Palladium. 4 O'CLOCK: H. AX. The Death Bed. T!IE DEAD PRESIDENT. Other Mote, and Incident fc Nkw York. The Evening Wi special from Long Branch. This dispatch has! een received by lira. Oar field: "Words cannot express the deep aym- jliuy i leci wun you. aiay uoa sup jport ami comfort you as He alone can. (Signed,) "Tan Qckbw, Balmoral The flag on the cottage where the Presiden't body lies, is tied up with crape1 The Solemn and ImpressivefJ scene in the Chamber 01 Death. d large portraits of the President lngmer house cleaning has been r-toeron are wreatned in biacK. ine nag&fbr some time at thA mansion, and thei Tho Mew. In Wukliia City. i Washwotoh, Sept. 20. At the Execu u ve Aianeiun this morning Assistant rn ate secretary Pruden was found ar ranging, in convenient shape, all thq private papers of the deceased President A dispatch from Private Secretary Brown stated that a party, composing the 1 real dent's household, would leave Long iSraccn for Washington to-morrow even ing. It is not definitely known whether the remains will be brought to the Execu tive Mansion or taken directly from thtJ dpoZto the capitoL The annual sum in progress The Iiast . Moments of the Late Presi ient with the Names of Those Present. the miliary ramn bark- of hprn l4rnmihpa - u ..... v. J ' r ' 1 Li. K&iyvus, bJlBUUCUCIBt CK., UftTq gioi'miij at uaii dibhu me uignijr nearly all been removed fir renovation. ipaaseu quietiv. tne guaras movea aoouti tbe cottage ami -within the President's xxiy lay on the ted where he hid soffcr- Tho Manifestations of Sor row by the Wholo Amer ican People. Great Sympathy Shown the People ot Other Countries. The Now President the Fir-t Message Sympathy. Sends ot d so bravely and died at last. Warren Young and Stanley Brown watched over it through the night. Mrs. Garfield went to ber room in an adjoining cottage, but! paced the floor for hours together. Dr. Bliss appeared early this morning, quite broken down in appearance. lie bad not undressed at alL "He was the greatest man as a patient," said he. i"whom I have ever seen. Never a mur mur from him." "Certainly, if it is necessary," was his invariable answer OTt.or. ... 1 1 . ' J Il-,'nii" treatment. Ahl bnt he is so changed now in appearance. lie is bo hin, and the light of his eye, which was? always a fine one, is gone out. his face has lost its natural expression, and he tim that th:n and cadaverous look that s so painful." rcj3ijhpovh the uniple t' eet u; th ?jjc,ted Press.' p. hhe Ureft family, mtugle with bitter henna of hatred for txruel aaeassin. whose dastardly work is now accomplish ed. All over the city Housekeeper are 1st work draping their h" uses with mourn- hng weeds. The nags.JA public build ings, banking lnsuiuitjas, newspaper mces and otner duiiuio are at naif mast and preparations hn making for iffixing festoons of moorings to cornices and windows. Ia the oay and on tie river the vessels have their colors at half Imast The city is buried in grief, heart felt, spontaneous and genome. T" - THE PEXXSYLTASIA. KAILROAD. No Arrangements for the Funeral Yet Announced but strenuous efforts are now being made to restored be apartments to a fit condi tion to receive the members of the house-l hold to-morrow, The aews of President QarGeld's deatl reached this city about 1 1 o'clor-v , last eve, cuest President is dead." In an iacirdibld short time the std tidings were borne from one extreme of the city to the other, ana citizens 01 every station and every waiK uiTiie, moved ty the same com mon impulse, hurried to tbe nearest points where news could be obtained. By mid night the Avenue was thronged, while thousands gathered about the newspapen and telegraph offices, boon after the an nouncemont was received the firebells were tolled and the several Church bellsl sent ouULheir sad requiem upon the still midnight The bell of All Saints Church,! the oldest bell in the city an 1 which han tTbe HeatOTal of tbe Uemalai t Loxe Bkawch, Sept. 20. Attorney I JOeoeral MacVeagh, who has charge of1 Ilthe arrangement rorniving the re jmains from Long l-.-nch to Washington, Atturcey (Jeneral MacVeigh thinks theJ5:toUed fcr every President since Madison, (1 T will le ftiltan HirVt!w t Wu 1, 1 n (r ? . I . . . i . i V HO WERE l'RESE'T l. THE HOUR OF DEATH. Xbe first Dl.pavtctt of Nynpatbr He. clel fro in View President Artnur. New York, Sept. 21. The Time Long Branch special says the following persons were present when the President;, ,!ody will be taken directly to Washing ton by special train to-morrow morning. lie says Mrs. Oartield is bearing up brave- fly und doing well. Private Secretary Jirown watched with the body. He says Mrs. Garfield exhibited great calinnos and fortitude. Attorney General Mac V T . r . . R .a eign nas jusi receivea this reply to a klespatch sent by the Cabinet to Gtn. Ar thur last night. It is addressed to all the Members of the Cal inet, and sys 1 have your message announcing the death of President Garfield. Permit me! to renew through you, the expressions of orrow and sympathy which 1 nave al ready telegraphed to Attorney General? r .Ian uimuvu um iuc lts. Ditssanu AKuew.iwAiacveaga. in accordance witn your jura, uarneui ana ner aauginer Aiouie,;HHUggetitian I have taken the oath of office CoL Rockwell, O. C. Rock veil, Gen J Swaim, Or. Boy n ton, private secretary J. Stanley Brown, Mrs. and Miss Rockwell, 6 Executive Secretary Warren Young, IL'l h. Atchison, John Ricker, A. Lancaster j and Saul Spriggs, attendants, the last named colored. Mrs. Garfield sat in her chair shaking convulsively and with tears pouring down her cheeks but uttering no sound. Alter a while she arose and taking bold of her dead husband's arm aasoothed it up and dawn. Poor little lle-nfe thJre hers Ujqpoa her father; "indsbMrf her ;iieaVtuiahtreaft! w o .ia wiui weeDincr slitrhtly. At midniirht Mrs. Garfield was asked if .h wonld like to have anything done, m whether she desired to have the body taken to Washington. She replied she could not decide until she became more composed. AMnrne General MacVeagh was as President of the United States before the Hon. John R. Brady, Justice of the Supreme "Court of the State of New York. I will advise you further in re gard to the other suggestion in your tele gram. (Signed) C. A. Arthur. The other suggestion referred to was 5 ft hat President Arthur come to Lonii f uranca this morning was thehfto announce, in this way. the sad tiding-t ot a JNation s bereavement All night long dense crowds surged up i i . i . . . , . , i uu uuwu uie Avenue wun me somoret air and the measured pace of funerail stillness pervades the city, and a grieff that cannot find expression in words. seems pictured upon every face. All the nnhlic bniidinira alnncr thp fnlim lntrti cr r n jot the Avenue are draped in black, and thousands of stores, offices and private! dwellings, throughout the city and Georgetown, are being similarly arrayed. Ia many cases the elaborate work of the decorator's hand is visible. All the De partments are closed and the public offi ces are decorated. Upon reaching the Treasury Depart merit this morning. Judge French, who; i3 acting as Secretary of the Treasury duriog the absence of Mr. Windom, is-1 sued the following order: "It ia ordered! as a mark of respect to the mtm jry of President Garfield, that the Treasury De-i Apartment be closed during the day." It jjis probable that the Departments will re-3 main closed to business until after the? the Decreiary r inaom says tne Doa; wiUi3,nin rlnct r. hn.;.... nnHi .ft m.' UnaouoH!aiy oe uunto wasnington to AfuneraL This will however be deter cun- mined by the Cabinet. As yet little is VJjAi"ate'!wh ita6.t-o-rf nendent's ffid will lie la state several 9.. V. .... 1 1 V... talron tn thn t Pccsylvania road will send Zoux. uc e to be used on the occa sion. Tne train wm D-uaaue up as fol lows: First car, baggug--; second car. remains of the rreaiaeni and escort third cv, Mrs. Garfield and family: fourth car, members of the Cabinet and attending surgeons. ThvTS'ain will take1 Jthe same route as that taken when the JPresident was removed, from Wash ington. No stops will be made lexcept nt water static us, and no newspaper correspondents will be Jpermitted on the train. It-is the desire Jof those managing the arrangements for Jthe removal that no tram shall be run (either in advance or after the President's special for observations' The special train will be ran slowly and all through trains will be laid over for it to pass. The present intention is that the train shall leave here about 10:00 a. m. to morrow, and arrive in Washington be , tween 4 and 5 am. - Ater lying in Tstate in the rotunda of the Capitol ilhursday and Friday tne remains will Ibe again taken charge of . by the Penn nylvaiiia Railroad and conveyed direct to Pittsburgh, thence to Cleveland. I The proposed coroner's iaquest on the President s remains has been abandoned by the local authorities. iUalirau lnfrnied mt tae Pveeident. Ocstk. Washikotok, Sept. 20. Warden Crocker visited Guiteau in his cell this morning, and gives the following ac count of the interview: "When I entered the cell, after the usual morning greeting, Guiteau's ques tion to me was. 'How is the President I I replied that I did not know. I an swered him thus in order to find out if he had gained any knowledge of his death. Guiteau replied, "You (ought to know. Have yon not read the morning papers?" 1 said that I had, but could nit rely on the various statements in the papers. He then said he had felt very anxious about the President the past few days, and he feared that he was nearing his end. I then informed him watching his expression carefully, that the President was dead. He instantly sank down on his bed, and appeared very much agitated. After remaining in this position for a few moments, he arose and paced the floor. muttering something to himself, as if praying, lie then inquired at what time he had died, and, after being informed. said that he was glad the President had at last been relieved from his sufferings. he would not have committed the deed if he had known that he was to suffer as he did. Gaitteau did not appear as nervous and alarmed as I supposed he would when the news was broken to him and I do not think that he knew that the President was dead until I so informed him, at least he esid he did not. BOOTS AMD SHOES YOU WILL FIND -THE- HOST COMPLETE LIKE -OF- FII and Winter BOOTS AND SHOES :AT: CUNNINGHAM'S, NO. 899 M-A-IIST STREET. ; 1.4 I MERCHANT TAILOR. Eaflaad'a SrmpaJny. Los don, Sept 20. The Queen has tel egraphed to Lowell, American minister, las follows: With deep grief I and my children Jlearn the sad bat not unexpected news of the fatal termination of the suffer jiDgs of the President. His loss ia a great misfortune. I have learned with deep sorrow that tne President has passed raway." : ? , The Prince of Wales telegraphs Low- tell: 1 he Princess and mt to otter our sincere condol first member of the uaoinei 10 get iuefr news. Ue ran, bareheaded, through the dirkniu across the lawn, from his cot tage to Francklyn cottage, followed by his wife, and the first dispatch of sym pathy received came from Gen. Arthur. nemtn-Hed ficene ot the Pre.lden. nt.w Yn.t. Seot. 80. The UtraUTt postscript has the following: The death it rnM of the President was a pe culiarly sad and impressive one, and as soon as the doctors felt that there was no the members of the family were assembled. Dr. Bliss stoo.l . ,., of the Im',i with bis hmia C3-, the pulse of the patient and consulted ia . . -. i x . . 11, a r , low whispers wiiu ur. Agmw. i" ate Secretary stood on the opposite side of the bed with Mrs. Garfield, she at times leaning on hl9 arm. Mrs. Lulu li.kw.ll .!! Miss Mollie Garfield came into the room at the time the President luat consciousness and afterward the wnt into the halL the door of which remained open, and wait ed there. What conversation wass had was conducted in whispers. Those ahont the bed oc .'asi-nally went into the. corners of the room and spoke to eachB other. The solemnity of the occasion fully impleaded itself upon them. Tber! was no sound heard except the gasps for, breath of the sufferer whose changing color gave indications of the near ap nnurh of the end. After he had relat ed, "It hurts," he passed into a state of nnconsciouness breathing heavily at times an1 then civinir slight indications that hroath was still in his body. The only treatment that was given was hypa- dermic injections of brandy by Dr. Agnew, assisted by Dr. Boy n ton. tic casionally they spoke with Dr. Bliss .r. whisiwrs. The President suffer ed no pain after the time he placed hi.- hand upon his neari; ne pai " moM quiedy, as the line between life and death was marKea oy no i'uJ;v ' tion nor any word. There was absolute ly no scene. The intervals between the rasninirs became longer and presently ... n aonnd and every one present v... h.t Hath had come quckly, and wnri-ll nin. When it became evident . i un R.ickwell placed! her arm around Mrs. Garfield and led her! quietly from the room. She uttered n. 1 word, and one bv one the spectators leftl the scene, the doc tors, only, remaining in" th room and the windows were closed. a rmMeal Arthur lttt lr Eiber-n. New York, Sept. 20. At 10 o'clock the throng in the vicinity of Genera. Arthur's house had materially increased At half -past 10 Governor Corned, ac companied by Dwight Lawrence, drove had a long interview with PmKident Arthur. District Attor ney Rollins also called, and has not yet denarted. It is understood that Presi dent Arthur will leave for Eiberon at. noon, in a ner ml train now awaitmd himt accompanied by CoL Bliss. (; Ivenar Bnwca, Ww T .iit 20. President Ar thur. accomnaaied by Colonel Bliss, left at noon fcr Eiberon, by a special train. that is the result of their Mrs. Garfiekl at first wished-toMinw rnefident's should be taken to the Capital, ineydays tn tne Cabinet members here cannot speaK oi the death without cmotion. rr a mw av that orior to the autop- 'sy he rijeaks with reservatiun as to me immediate cause oi tne acaiu, um m it ia Ann Hnasms ot the lican induced by biooa ciou rotunda of the Capitol pre vious to tneir oemg laaen 10 Cleveland tfor burial. The preparations for the removal oi i.i .ftota rkt th Prmidential party are ; U II V. vaw" v - a - winninr and the atteniants and worK p, mpn are enirftrred in pacaine iruuas Hi thn ejttae of Private Secretary Brown. rThe extreme emaciation of the President wan a Riirorise both to the undertaker and emblmer. It is possible to clasp hi- W Above the knee with one nana. There are some doubts whether, if inc President lies in state at Washington, it n.-;u ho .Wmed wisa to show the re mains. Acrtou of tbe ein.rtmenl ol the (.r:;id Ainu l lble. 1 olkixj, SepL 20. Commander Keuntz 1 of the Iepartment ot uuio, wranu riuj of the Republic, has issued the follow ing order on the death of Presiaeni war-field: Hbaixittabtfrs Pkf't or Ohio, O. A. R.. ) Xne Subject of tne Inquest. Lono Branch, Sept 22. The mem-l liers of the Cabinet, with the exception of Blaine and Lincoln, arrived at Eiber on at 10:45, and wtnt immediately to1 Attorney -ueneral flacVeagh's cottage. In response to an iniuiry, Secretary Win dom said that nothhg had yet been def-i initely determined upon regarding the' inauest upn the remains of the Presi Ident. He aelievet authorities were now (hooking urthe lar on the subject. It is iclaimed b; persos who are acquainted with the Lws oi he State that an inques lean not b prevniea u insisted anon. and that n the nt of the conclusion that the residei's death was caused by the gunsiot woud, tbe criminal s pres ence caibe demnded in the State. This' lU.stiOiis crtaug coudiaeibOlu excite ment ad annoance, inasmuch a if it was ecorceu, u accordance with this idea, tb remais will be necessarily de Uyed tre untiGuitteau's arrivaL If beg you: ce to Mrs. le, Secretary .telegraphed w .'oveo-I i retary of and the E Wf Btato.oxJ!o luo " e"' a caoie . ,1 : A . . uiiwL reouesiinff' the piaie to assure Mrs. nrfi government oi the enef with whirh th: tangusn government has received the an-' mouncement. Parliament not sitting prevents it from Jgiving a formal expression of the isorrow and sympathy universal! felt and which is deepened by the Bourage and dignity displayed by the sufferer. A meeting of Americana in -ondon under the auspices of the Ameri- an legation wui be held as soon as 'roper arrangements are made. Accounts (continue to arrive of the manifestations lot sympathy in the provinces of England land Ireland, particularly at Cork- in con- Isequence of its intimate connection with lour American shipping interest. The bells Pi unester (Jatbedral were tolled and Iso those of some of the churches in the west end of London. Onltenn Tne latoraaca on tne lulfe, f tUe PrMidcnl Condolence. Washington, Sept. 20. District At torney Corkhill says there is no founda tion for the rum jrs that Guiteau will be taken to New Jersey for trial: that there is plenty of law here to convict in his case, and that Guiteau will be tried in Washington. The manager here of the Equitable L.lte insurance Company of New l ork, says President Garfield had twenty-five thousand dollars life insurance in that company and considerable more in other companies. The diplomatic representatives here have all telegraphed condolence to the President's family. Uo.d Will Toward. President Artbur. New York, Sept. 20.The But to- day A says: President Arthur receives from all parts of the coutry assurances of good a VRT1 1 1 anil ainAAM wi m ri ta $mw ti ta a fM cess. These assurances come from! l jurnala and from men of all parties a ad shades of opi esteem the welfare of the country a higher consideration than the for tunes or fate of any man, and we have no doubt ' they are sincerely meant. Every good citizen shares in the feeling which inspires them and will be1 heartily glad to find in President Arthur's P'.: ancf 1 ue ton dentin and Otn : t JOHN E. PELTZ, 829 MAIM STREET. all political jl -.gSgg inion, whoa Toliujo, O.. fcteyt. HO, lasi. ) General Orders No. 8. with nverwhelmiDEr sorrow the depart ment commander announces the death of A. Garfield, the Presi- VXJ lata v . , . i . . t i rr.,:io,l .tj.a After a iierKKt ueut ll iuvj v"." . , t. . .k f ,ir of prolonged affliction unexampled in iu v- of patienc,; fortitude and hopeful en that -tere io North, no South, no; lr,nm Ha has been followed through rf-as, wgeiuer m Tne Prraldrnl'a Tlotbor Notified of the! JJeavtb of Her "Ha. by." ULIVILASD. O.. Sept. 20. When thl dispatch conveying the intelligence of the demise reached Hiram, the President'! mother was sleeoinsr. No one harl th.l We .v one The sentiment of tbe ihardihood to awaken her to break the! " 1 cprn B hi n tr nAwa anil n .if nnl I. : .. : ., . i , . . ... ing aia sue learn tne areadiul truth. 0ql President (iarfleld .TlAde No Will. Washington. Sept. 20 It ia atw) mat president Garfield left no will ani that during his sickness he said he did not wish to make one, and that he was wuimg to trust to the courts of the country to make an equitable division of I his property among the members of his' iamiiy. ihe value of his property is about 125.000. including h ia hrmsA in wis city, which is mortgaged. How tbe People are affected. Nrw York. Sept. 20 The r.it i. i;t onll.. ..I . ' " wi uiuarniDg. Flags are uymg at nail-mast from ail nnhlin h innumerable private dwellings. Resi dences are beine draned and oitivAna an classes show by their saddened de uieanor mat tne death of President Gar- neia nas tor each the force of a personal uvicaveiueuu Sew Jerwey lender. HI Seua, Ala Sept. 20. The Morning Ttnuways: -jtnese nrst hours of gnefj the fat 8tanour in Doid, glorious re jm-r rwvt. . a lief, we areae. ine saennce is an awfulone, bttod, m his infinite good ness, iquirea ana this morning, from grief-stricken hearts, and will thank God solicitude born of a soldier'sjkone cffliuior'ruw, uincung in its vast- f aufferinff. and withvneea, muiiauiuoie. oeci srounded in a sol-Ttional iineiave oeen obliterated byl VJ l liiTV S7 w ' UBUU JL but out by knowledge dier's faith in Providence it is a soldier's submission, with wmcn we bow in sorrow with the common country at its shrine, wherecn is laid one mrre martyr President Comrade Garheld came to the head of the nation in the fullness of a glorious manhood, crown incr hrilliant service not only in states- r . . . .. Ti manship but upon tne neio, A Herald special from Solon says: 'The news was broken to Grandma Oar. I field about 9 o'clock this morning. At first she was very much shocked, hnt "Oih came to and talked calmly. She! said it was probably all for the lwt if the people were ready to receive it. fiho tnen said: "It is not possible that mv in James is dead. I do not wish to Jive any longer. I will soon lie with mm. Secretaries and Lincoln li in asgassn bataced the missing stone the stuctof our Union." Edtorif milar in tone to the above are ctmina from all parts of the Souti. (dence in Arthur's adminis tratun ofirs is expressed and a dis- posiaon to hold up the hands o: the incoi President and give him wnara o haredwithus the camp and the battle .ifccneenui, suppun. , m -m - , He was a member of the Department oi the Potomac and has ever been among th nroudest and staunchest and he truest in his love for the Urandj Army of the Republic, and as we havej been proud to share his comradeship, will we be to join in perpetuating hi memory. In recognition of the great l. our ortrannation nas snsiainea iuei Lol.lier-of the Posts of this Department will h. suitably draped in mourning, and th same worn by the Post and btaa om n on duty for the period oi oo aaja Tr id an ted that Pots take suitaable Action fn the form of resolutions, which hairing hwn snread noon the minutes. Uhould be forwarded to these headquar tew for record. R order of JOHN 8. KOCNTT, Dep't Commander. GlO. S CA.NTTKI.D, Ass't Adj't GeneraL Tlie yimi'i Deals Akroad, LoNDfept. 50. In London th opinions beard expressed by al classes iversauons on the streets, on railway, and at places of publii resort, u the deaih of President Garfielcmbly sad after his gallan struggliiie. ibe balconies of th' Americcnange are draped m black and to which adorn many places! f bosa me west end of the city. ire am at nan mast. The Liver oool ? ondent s telegraph announ ing Cth of the President, was re ceivetKith universal expressions ol proforgret. Special editions of! papenshed the news, with heavr aaourordera. Flags are at half mast town hall, on a large num ber o; and private buildings, and on tatng. Independence Hall netna; mvrm. I ,: rt and .nornii(. Philadki thia.. Sept SO. Theauthon II Nik. The street are com para Ir'eohave already awarded the coniraciiiayea ana tne people are wall: P. i - T -J . . I .... PIttll ThUinr i a liatlfoa mtnnpr Rncin oa. interior will also be draped, if it be de- is arht of and attention is devot Lrided that the President s reaia-ns snti ea o tne ciacs: rxrdered news- Lie in state there. A telegram was senwpi wnicn may oe seen in every to Wayne MacVeagh saying it is tne w&js. Around the newspaper orpneral desire of the citiaens here that feoffids are gathered waiting fur-i she remains should Ue in state in Inde-Iltac Words of heartfelt feeling! dence Hall. MJ"a saaerer, ot sympathy fori ffanl Jjpenii HIalae and New VorR. Nrw York. Sept. 2a Blaine and T.inJ coin arrived from the East this morning U...1 ; . i. . ... r . . ' "i"iBi waiting ior oreaKTast, pro- i. uow m uenerai artnur s resi dence, on Lexington avenue. Nothing t . ; x 1 .1 . .ft nuic uaaspirea uuring tneir interview. icy remain with him during the morn. ig, and will leave with him at noon for mg urancn. General Arthurs face he- yed the deep grief from which h 'offering, as did also the featnraa l maine ana uncoln. The two last-nanWi genuemen were delayed four hours by an accident on the New Haven road naar Port Chester. A collision of ins occurred, destroying 75.0oO wnhl r . ... .-. J- ' w property, ana DiocRinir the rn,i appropriate Telerraat, Lose Branch, 8ept. 20. The follow ling telegrams have been received: Axbajit, N. Y., Sept 20. Wayne MaeTeagh, Lone Branch : The Albany Burgess Corps tender theirl rvices as an escort to the remain a r d rresiaeni uaraeia through this rit.t.. ko his late home at Mentor, and any otheri .iue. uiu may oe imposed upon them. oigneo-j j. u. lCTLKR, Prest Lokdon, Sept 20. Garfioid, Lon Braooh: The citizens of London feel the deep st sympathy with von and A :he sad loss sustained. (Signed.) Lord Mator, London. a Onard of Lono Branch, Sept 20. The follow. ing has been received: TBKirroir, N. J., Sept 20: Hon. Wayne MacVeagh : I am directed bv Governor Lndlow to ttmilnm w- 1 , J"" a Kuara oi nonor to th r. mains oi President Garfield. fSigned.) Wm. a Strickkr, Adjt Gen'L Tbe If ennion at thaitanooga. tHATTANCKXJA, Sept 20. The follow ing programme has been adopted for the! reunion oi ine .Northern and Honth armies, where Ex Postmaster General Key presided. The procession will oecar! . - as previously arranered. ex cent the, ut... dards will be draped, and the members win wear emblems of mourning. Requi-I cm bci vices wui succeea tne greeting! vu vBuicrun niu ana in tne aiternoon j union memorial services will be held anil Rev. Dr. Bachman. late Colonel in thd oonieaerate army, will conduct the re-l quiem services. The banquet has been! aoandoned but the remainder of the original programme will be carried ontl rhe gay decorations of the city are heav-J uy arapeo. asp ntf II . I II MATHERS' COAL YARDS. i I 1 f 3 ' I Jl Jl 11 lL ' "' . ? J (Near onlon Depot MATIfClli ' II VI II . WTR78 CHIMA PALACE. I Mye's China PalaceX THE BEST aUALITY OP FIIV1E CAiaviElllS, RNIUES. FORKS ODD SPOOHO. OP ALL KINSD. LAMPS AND CHANDEIilERS. the0 Good, you can foUy r.ly on bmn M rwprwaUL W. WYE, 830.Maln St.. Hlttle Olook. All of RAHITIlln ' ! Z7Z FAKI3EESP EMU RICHMOND, INDIANA in The 3Ira. CiarfleM Fnnd. 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