svi.iM station, reu. nu, ii Editor Courier- At a regular meeting of Salem Grange, No. 467, held January 28th, 1881, the following preambie and resolutions were ordered printed in the Ann Arbor (Jourier: Wherkan, It hath pleased the all-wixe i'ri-u tor. i 11 his insi'i iii;ihlf wisdom, to remove Trom DUrmMat and from the fami ly clrcle of Krot her and sist-! J. H. Waterman, tneir amiable auil dearly belnved son, Charles, therefore, Retolved, Tliat our mout heart-felt syniputh.v and eondolence, te extended to our oereaved i.iniliii ¦ui'l sister in thissad hourof affllctlon. May thev finil consolation In the belief that what to t ii ni i is a great loss is to him an eternal galn, and, thal thoiwh lost to slght. hls nplrll has only departed frorn thls world of pain and trouble to a bilghter cllme, that Charles bas fallen asleep in Jesus, safe in uuseen habitatlon8 of rest and Joy. May they be enabled to say : "The Umi gave and the Lord hath taken away. Blessed De the name of the Lord." The casket only Is burrled. Krother Charles will survlve not only in immortallty and bliss but in the ht-arts of all who knew him. Brother Charlea has been ldentified wlth our (range from the time of lts organiputlon, beinu one of IU charter members, and his constant devotlon to the principies of our order, to the time of his decease, won for htm the love, respect umi esteem of all our members. Although gone frorn us we will cherlsh hls memory and strlve to imítate tbe many excellent ¦ ualitn-s he ossessed. We, as a lodge, feel the. great loss of an efficiënt, earnext and faithful member of our order. Whlleour hearts are smltten with grief, we will huw in NiibinlHKiiMi to Him who doeth all things well. Farewell, brolher. thou luwt left us. How our hearts wlth grief doth swell , Thou no more will Join our number, But wlth thee we know 'lis well. Karewell, brother, I ¦ .i i e thee well. Farewell. brother, may we meet thee, Win-ii the day of Ufe has fled, Then in heaven wlth Joy to greet thee, Wlu-re no furewell tears are shed. rarewi-ii. üiutüur, Kare thee well. Resolved, That the above preamble and remItitioiiN entere J on our records, and a copy i -e presented to the aflllcted family. as a tribute of esteem and respect we cherlsh towards tln lereaved, also a eopy be sent Xr the Ann Arbor Coukiek and the Grange Vlsltor for publlcaI ion. and that our charter be draped In inourn int; twenty ilays.