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Resolutions On The Death Of Oscar Wehner

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At a special Review of Arbor Tent, No. 290 of the Maccabees, held August Ust, 18S5, the following preamble and resolutions were unaiiimoiisly adopted : Whkrkas, The Supreme Commander of the Universe bas beeu pleased in hls inscrutable wisdom, 10 remove Buddenly from our mtdHl our esleemed Brother and SlrKnight, Oscar Wehner, who by hls staunch fldelity lias won the respect aod confldeuce of tbe Sir Knigbts of tbis Tent; tberelore, bö lt liesolved. That by hls death we sustaln the s Of a zealous member of our Order, whosti many noble qualitles have won for hlm tbe esteem of tbe rtir Knlghls oí tlils 'IVnt. Resolved, Thai we teuder to his bereaved wlfe and family our deepeat sympathyand condolence, for tbe loss of a knlghtly aud beloveil husband and lather. Resolved, Tliat as a token of our respect and esteem for the Brotber whose warfare has endedon earth, tbe charter of our Tent be draped In mourntng for tliirty days, and that tbls preambleand resolutlous bespread upon the Book of Records of Arbor Tent. lieiolved, That these tributes to the tnemory of our duceuxed Urotber be pubüshed lu sucb of tbe city papers as muy extend to us that courtesy, and in the official organ of tbe Order, the liee-Hive, publlsbed at Fort Huron, Mlobigan. Reeolwi, lattly, That a sultably engrossed copy of tbis preamoleand resolullons be prepared, under the dlrectioa of the Slr Kulght Uommander and the Silr Knght KecordKeeper, aud that the same be presented to tbe wile of our honored dead. Blr Kt. Oko. P. Stauch, 2d M. G., Slr Kt. Fkkd Bakkkk, Lieat. Com., Slr Kt. Kout. shasxu, H. K., Committee. Datcd at Ann Arbor, Mteh., August Sist, 1885. Pal] ft llendrick hiive something tosay to our readers i liis week in thüir uew "ad " thiit will be of interest to read. C. C. Warner, who has purchased Chas. E. Wagner's grocery business on Aun St., desires to infoim tlie public tliat he has bought a fresh stock or goods, and will endeavor to do his best to give satisfaction in las line of tradc. The grocery stock is all new and fresh, and the very best of farm and garden produce will tie continually kept on hand. He would be pleawd to Iiave those wanting groceries to cali and examine goods and pi ices. " We have received from Station Ajfent Ilayes of tbc M. C. depot, a very couvenient and hamly pamphlet entitled "FacU and Figures about Michigan,1' bei"r a perfect hand-book of the state, both statistical, political, linancial and econouiical, cotupiled by Krank J. Branhall, of the general passenger departinent, of the M. C B. H. There is a vast Rmountof infornmtion in tliis liltle pamphlet wliich every business man will want to rofer to almost everv day of his lifu. BougbtOU & Paync sell tbem for 15 cents each.