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Indianapolis Iron Clad Age (Newspaper) - November 14, 1891, Indianapolis, Indiana Of j a or Kilt with few . K. Monroe 9f. D., proprietor. In the Kief a a time of i ipe. Jove in the 1.0n0 night of death. Olil.lvio�. Volume 3g.�?no. 36 Indianapolis. Ind., saturday november 14. 1891. $2.50 a yeah. Funeral of or. Monroe. An Vonreis a Ovek the remains by a Friend. Always suppress it when treating the most 8erioa8bave Pas bad More people than now live the Empire subject or in positions of difficulty. He was familiar Iov a which death reigns supreme. Here we leave with Shakespeare and an enthusiastic admirer of the Virtues and peculiarities of the deceased set Porth get Quot eat poet s works from All of which he could quote a a Man of High moral Obara oter Liberal a freely. Byron and Burns too were among his favor views and Stern ideas of Justice kites. His services in the War. Fri he was a True Lover and defender of Freedom. Inaianbpous8entinei.nov. 12. Ifo Quot years his pen was used vigorously in opposition the funeral services of the late or. J. Reigns supreme. The body amid All the Sweet influences which he loved. Whether Sunshine or Shade rest upon this grave whether quiet or convulsions prevail nothing will disturb our brother for he has passed from All earthly scenes to silent realms whither sooner or later we shall All join him. Brother Farewell. The journal of the same Date As above gave part of or. Underwood s address under the following Lead introductory remarks a funeral oration Beautiful Eulogius Over the late or. Monroe Sermon yet it was Only seeming for he was in fact the Soui without the family residence. 168 n. Of intellectual hospitality. The Sun of this pity Tenn. St., the funeral exercises of the late or. J. Related the following As an illustration of his Large Monroe took place yesterday afternoon. People Gen hearted liberality legally Are anxious to know what can be said to con a few months ago complaint was made by some people Cloie the family and friends of a Man who had no re the deceased for Over Twenty years. A Large number of the members of the George h. Thomas Post g. A. R., attended the Rev. Or. Lucas and the Rev. Ira phase lieutenant governor of this state Bein among them. Several Floral decorations were place about the coffin which was draped with a full Brock because a a name Lii be wholigioa8 belief or Faith in a hereafter to tie to. The grand army Flag. At 2 o clock or. Underwood who a Jujj sequent prayer meetings and As funeral address was delivered by b. F. Underwood Bernied to be deeply affected Deli red Hia address by or. Monroe s Hom Elof Chicago who was a personal Friend of the de standing at the foot of the Cotton. He said a in tie same building and he had charge of the upper ceased for Twenty years and was a remarkably Beau my friends we come Here to pay the last tribute floors. The parties went to him with their complaints but Tinl oration of respect to the remains of our brother who has fal lbs refused to listen to them. He said Quot while i do not Len in life s Battle. By Way of introduction i will worship god As Kice does i concede the right to every quote these lines which Are expressive of oar Broth Man to do As he pleases in regard to such Kice or s own sentiments of continued his meetings until the owner of the building was Xhu session of the new York presbytery was in shield and Buckler hang them up appealed to and he stopped them. Expected by finished at 6 o clock on the evening of drape the Standard on the Wall h our brother was a Stalwart Patriot. He loved i i. I. J a j a. I have drained the mortal cup this native land for the Freedom of which his grand to a a a a presbytery dismissed the charges to the finish Dregs and All. Father fought in the revolution and to help maintain presented at the october session against prof. 0. A. Now my work is done tis Best the Unity of which he joined the army of the Union Briggs which alleged that he had been guilty of her that i hence in peace should go and served faithfully and nobly in the War of Theley. The vote taken by Roll Call resulting 94 to 39 it is finished let me rest rebellion. Against 71 ministers and 23 elders voting in the of i m weary let me go. Or. A riffs defeats the lord s hosts. Whatever menaced Republican institutions what formative and 26 ministers and 23 elders voting in the Ever imperilled social order and stability whatever negative. This action however does not end the belittled the labor and. Sacrifice of those who died for controversy As it will undoubtedly be taken before not Vit Hont weakness but in his essential character the Unity and Freedom of this Republic met from him the new York Synod is tics Strong and commanding. A self made Man he wrought Victory out of his own subjective forces. As a a _ Quot estate his skill and bravery commanded the Admira lessor read a paper objecting to the form of the tion of his fellow officers. He often recurred to his charges preferred stating that the report of the com army experiences and Many an incident relating to iti Mittee which formulated the indictment against him our brother was a unique personality in some respects. He was a Man of marked individuality a husband As a father As a citizen As an advocate of unpopular views he commands the respect we cannot withhold from an Earnest honest purposeful life. Paring the interviews i had with him at different do we remember. The presence of comrades of thelo Barge offences which Are not now proposed for trial. Times he impressed me As a Man of Active mind in tense emotional nature and self respecting Independence. He web a poet not a made poet but a poet by nature. The glories of Sunrise and Sunset the Splendora of night the Sublimity of Ocean the Beau ties of landscape the song of Birds and All the voices and harmonies of nature penetrated the soul and stirred the Fine sensibilities of his being. Many of the poems he wrote Are gems showing depth of feel ing with symmetry of form. His heart was As ten Der As a woman a were full pathos. Grand army to which he belonged is a fitting Remmel Lio committee charges him with uttering doctrinal Brance of his services and a fitting tribute to his a teachings respecting the miracles original condition Trio ism. I Qaqi to a without attempting to prove the charge. Oar brother did not believe in the supernatural this or. Briggs said did him a great injustice and element of any religions system. The moral element iwas Apt to prejudice the decision of the members that which is common to them All he said if he had caused widespread anxiety in the he opposed the doctrine of Miracle of special divine Charch he was sorry but in his conscience he Felt no a revelation of a personal Devil of eternal torment be a guilt As regards disturbing the peace and Harmony of cause he believed they were false that they were the Church. He further added that the charges were mischievous in their tendency and that the Well being general and obscure and irregular in form through and Progress of Mankind required that they should lout. There is nothing in the specifications that can in the Depths of sorrow his words be outgrown. He tried to stimulate men to inquiry be tested by the defendant. He admitted the sex How touching his Short tribute toil to the investigation of irrational claims. He Wasl certs from his address made on the occasion of his Bis daughter in Law mrs. Laura Monroe published in his paper last june. Quot As we write these sad lines Quot he said Quot tender hands Are preparing the gentle form of the pure be ing whose presence supplied the Light of that Home for her dark and cold abode in the City of the dead. A it was fitting that a being so blameless so gentle and of so pure a life should leave the scenes of Earth in june when nature is dressed in her Holiday attire when leaves and vines Are Green when Flowers Are full blown when the songs of Birds and the murmurings of Brooks Are making Sweet music when the Sunshine is Bright and the air is Laden with the perfume of Flowers. And thus dear Laura your Little life Story is written and printed in the Type your fingers have a thousand times and shall we not say it is fitting that our Friend nearly threescore and ten should retire from earthly scenes in autumn when the colors Are More somber hued and the leaves Green in Spring Are withered and scattered on the ground when All nature is in autumnal Robes and Winter is near. Our brother was an idealist. He had a vision of things More per feet than they Are and the difference Between real conditions and those which ought to be sometimes made him appear pessimistic. He wanted to see realized in practical life the dreams with which his poetical imagination filled his mind. His Benev it Fence was Large his sympathies were Broad his philanthropy embraced All human kind. He was a Man who Rose to his full height of greatness in emerged spartan courage and overcame with the strength and firmness of a hero. He had a Large Fand of Hamor and he Coald not a practical joke. Not insensible to the Good in the Bible but he was inauguration As professor of biblical theology in the unqualified in exposing its errors and absurdities Union theological Seminary. The facts upon which since the claim was made that they too must Belto sustain the charges Are missing in the indictment accepted because parts of a divine revelation. As for instance there was nothing to deny that the he did not look for a continuance of life after Bible As a Book is a paper print and binding Noth bodily dissolution. He regarded this world As Man so Jug More. It is entitled to reverend handling because Home and final resting place. Yet i have reason for lit contains the divine word of redemption for Man saying that he did not discard the doctrine of Contin and not for any other reason he said Ual life As beyond possibility in the natural order,al8o that the indictment contained insinuations Whol and divested of the Powers attached to it by super in unwarranted. He denied that he Ever taught Doc station its acceptance would doubtless have been Asl Trines conflicting with the holy scriptures As the Only cheering and hopeful to his soul As it has been to the infallible Lule of Faith and practice souls of millions both in life and As they entered the Vestibule of the eternal labyrinth. As a Liberal Edif Tor and advocate our brother was Able faithful a always True to his convictions and entitled to our a Good Story is told of Bay Middleton who ski gratitude. Name in England is a household word for jokes and he worked As he wished to up to the last to escapades of All kinds. It Seemes that in the House ment of life. He died As he desired to working in was a guest who for some reason did not bring a the cause he loved for the fatal attack came like smoking jacket with him. And committed the heinous lightning and he fell with a proof which he had Justl offence of appearing in the smoking room in a Drees read in Lis hand. His earthly career is ended Adlooat. Bay Middleton vowed vengeance against him. Others must continue the work from which by heathland promised him that if he repeated the offence he he has been drawn. The Many friends Here will All would tear the coat from his bad. The following oin me in grateful recognition of his Sterling charac night the Man appeared in the smoking room very ter. Time Only will assuage the grief of those near late wearing As usual his evening coat. He took to him who Are now overwhelmed with grief and we mourn and cannot be comforted. There is no desolation of heart like that caused by the death of on loved ones. In behalf of the family 1 thank All we Bave rendered assistance in performing the last rite cies. The troubles that annoyed him were of the Over the body of our deceased brother. The Grandl Pollar. The victim i / i Small kind such As less sensitive persons Are not army Post of which he was an honoured member will woke seemed to fall i f susceptible to the real difficulties of life he met with now take charge of the body. Split coat Why he late wearing As usual his evening coat. He took this position before the fire place with his arms on the Mantle piece gazing contemplative by into the file and presenting his coat tails in a tempting fashion to Ibay Middleton. The offer could not be refused and Ibay seized the coat tails and split the coat up to the liar. The victim never moved or said a word. The Quot Flat. Some one asked him of the at the grave my. Underwood said Quot after life s fitful fever he sleeps oar brother has become a subject of an Empire to which by be did not make any objection Upen which he said Quot Why should i As i came Down stairs i went into Bay s room and put on his . O

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