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Resolutions Of Condolence

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Day
13
Month
February
Year
1885
Copyright
Public Domain
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At a special meeting of the Si . Lawience Catholic Benevolent society held Monday flie followingresolutionsof joiidolunce were unanimously adopted: Whbrbas, It has pieased our Heavenly Father to remove fr.m our midst by eath our esteemed brother membery Joseph Eisele; therefore be it Resolved, That wbile we bow in humble submiss ou to the will of our Divine Master, w o in ihe exercise of his ovvn wil), doeth all tbins well, deepl deplore the loss sustained in the vaoancy eansed by the de .tb of one we loved s j well. Resolved, That we deeply sympathize withthe reiatives of our deceased brother, and tender them our heartfelt sympatby aud oondoienc" in this, their dark liour of tronb)! and nffliction. Uetolked, i hat in his death the society has lost ii true and faithful meraber. Eétolved, That these resolutions be entered on the books of the Rocietv and n copy of these be presented to the rela tives of the deceaaed, aud that tlipy be pnblished in the city papers. Wm. Caspary, ' John ( i'Bkien, GeO. HaNGSTERFER, 'ommittee on Reaolutions. At k meeting of G. A. R., tlie following rsolution was unanmously adopted: Whereas, The commanders o! Welch Post, No. 137, G. A. R. have learued with heartfelt sorrow of the déeease of Mrs. Aloses Beabolf, the President of the Ladies Deooration society. Reeolred, That appre'iatin deeply her earnest labora in futhering the annual remembrauce of their departed btotbe irf arms; they delire toexpress in gome small degree their sympathy with hT family, iu their deep bere tvemeut and they will as a trifiing acknowlelgment of lier frien.lship for the soldiere attend tlie funeral in a body. Resolved, That a copy of these reeolu tions be publishod in each of the Aun Arbor papers and that a copy therof be deliveicd to the family of the deceised. By O der .f the Post.

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