Rutherford Hayes service Jan 20 1893
Xenia and Sandusky. mayors of Fr-~ mont, Cleveland and Toledo, with members of councils of those cities next. Then came the military parade under Colonel Bunker including the First city troop of Cleveland, Toledo cadets, the Sixteenth regiment, O. N. G., and Battery D of Toledo. The civic societies societies followed, and the cortege took its way with muffied drums under clad trees and snow-covered roads to Oakwood cemetery where, after the brief and simple ritual of the Grand Army, all that was mortal of Rutherford Rutherford B. Hayes, nineteenth president of the United States, was committed to the tomb, to rest beside the ashes of beloved wife gone before. THE PRESIDENT-ELECT. Obio legislature Meets Mr. Cleveland--A General Reception Follows.