Cumberland Weekly Civilian in Cumberland, Maryland
29 May 1891

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29 May 1891

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Cumberland Weekly Civilian (Newspaper) - May 29, 1891, Cumberland, Maryland Established 1828.Cumberland, md., Friday May 20, 1891. Vol. . 26married yesterday. William Thorp and Ellen Sarver of Somerset county pa., were married at the american hotel yesterday afternoon at 1 30 o clock by hot. S. F. at Pikesville. The news is in a recept of an invite tation from Bradley t. Johnson to attend a festival to be Given by the managers of the Maryland line Confederate soldiers Home at Pikesville md., on thursday decorate a militiaman a grave. Captain Kolb of company a has appointed the following committee to decorate the grave of their deceased brother Harry Baldwin on decoration Day Lieut. Nihon corp c. T. Herpich private Harry mox new Coal cars. About thirty new cars of the latest improved patterns belonging to the you Ghegan Coal company passed through the City yesterday Laden with Coal tor the Eastern markets. They attracted considerable of a coloured woman. Ellen the wife of Jacob Russell coloured died Al the residence no. Til Ann Street wednesday at 12 30 a. Rn., of a Pulmonic in disease. The remains were taken to Hampshire county w. Va., for interment . Veiling train. Commencing with next week passenger trains nos. 5 and to which have been running on tile Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad from Piedmont to this City wednesday and saturday evenings will run tuesday thursday and saturday evenings thus adding one train per week. This is a move which is commendable and will he appreciated by the patrons of the of senator Pearry. In the show window of John a. Fulton and company is a handsome Crayon portrait of state senator George a. Pearre it is an excellent piece it workmanship from Hie studio of s. C. Choate. The picture will be presented to the Young men s Republican club Aud Willa runaway team. On Centre Street tuesday morning As the Beer Wagon of George Rossworm and son was crossing the electric railway at Frederick Street the horses became frightened and ran to Mill Street thence to Mechanic and beyond the control of the Driver kept running up Mechanic Street until near the Georges reek and Cumberland Railroad company a round House where they dashed into a Telegraph pole. Fortunately the Tongue of the Wagon struck the pole which stopped the horses Progress causing hut slight injuries to one of the animals. A number of Beer kegs fell from the Wagon along the Road some of Winch busted and their contents emptied into the Street. The Driver escaped u nit jul death of Willie Keyser. Willie the twelve year old son of Cheries in Keyser recently a merchant on Centre Street hut now living on Frederick Street died wednesday afternoon at 5 30 of clock of Cerf Bro spinal meningitis after an illness of Twenty four hours. The disease manifested itself tuesday afternoon w Hile the lad was away from Home whither he was taken As speedily As possible and physicians Aid Given. He gradually grew worse hut not to an alarming extent until about 2 of clock wednesday evening from which time he Sank rapidly suffering intensely. The attending circumstances of the sudden bereavement make it a most severe Shock to the members of the family. He was of a Happy and Loving disposition making friends wherever lie went and faithful in the performance of his county a claim settled. Last month the civilian noted that or. Mcsherry counsel for the Board of charities of Frederick county had appeared before Hie county commissioners and presented a Bill a amounting to $2,157.98 for the maintenance of Elizabeth Ryan a Lunatic and a pauper w to had been committed by the circuit court for this county to the Frederick county Hospital in 1874, and whose name by some inadvertence did not appear Oil their Hooks As charged against this county. The count v commissioners for a he Adon its rooms As the senators Noble gaily county placed the matter of adjust countenance graces any tor the first Cumberland Beer. At the Payne firing Tannery a number of labourers w Ere excavating and at a depth of three feet they struck a pump Stock which was somewhat decayed it w As the Stock of the pump used to convey Waler of tile same Stream As Blue Spring into tile first brewery built in Cumberland of which Michael Hodel w As proprietor. Therefore the first Beer brewed in Cumberland was from water taken trom id Strawberry festival. Liis evening at 8 of clock the ladies of the t in get presbyterian Church of this City will give he ice Cream Ami Strawberry festival in the lecture room of the Church. These entertainments which Are Given annually Are very enjoyable As they Batug the members of the congregation together in social Intercourse besides being beneficial to the Church financially. The members of other churches Are cordially invited to carriers Don new suits. Edite Day All the City mail carriers appealed in the new uniforms provided by the government and made by mini a co., Baltimore. The suit consists of coat Vest and trouser of Light bluish Gray cloth the coat is Square Cut and is hound in Black braid. I be uniforms Are made for summer Wear and answer the purposes of a mail Carrier in every respect for the healed season. Each has also a Mackinaw Straw hut. The carriers were Rev wed by postmaster shuck after which they Hud their photographs taken try no of by photographer ways. Mout in the hands of their attorney it. A. Richmond esq., who Lias agreed with the Frederick county authorities upon terms of settlement by w hich this county w ill $1,1 k in full of All claims to Date. Mrs. Ryan is still in the Frederick Hospital hut will he removed to the Allegany county Asylum for the insane at an Early Day. I lie Cumberland a oui Trade. The shipments from the mines of the Cumberland Coal Region for the week ending May 23, 1891, were 84,919 tons and for the year 1,715,179 tons an increase of 901,818 ions As compared with 1890. The shipments by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad were for the week 53,220 tons and for the year 1,107, 273 tons ail increase of 152,027 tons As compared with lat year. The shipment by the Pennsylvania Railroad were for the week is ,090 tons and for the year 807, 899 tons an increase of 149,859 tons As compared with 1890, redemption of coupons. The supreme Lodge of the Semi annual endowment league redeemed All coupons due May 25, tuesday at g. A. In Hall Liefer a Large audience. An address w As made by supreme president f�4singer and supreme organizer jus. Of Shepherd both of Baltimore. A great Many persons made application for membership in the order. Among the 58 charter members of no. 5, who received the Fuliar Lodge amount of coupons were la j. La Kuton Fred. Laing a re a a. La. Dow Den a Apt. La. Ii. Hancock Arthur Shriver w. S. Bradie Idolphe j. J. Miller or. Ii. A Hodgson in k. Kean or. Ii. A Porter Robe l. Lillie Daniel Vit Bussu ads c. Choate a Bas. E. Ham right Howard m. Fuller Aud Many others. Last ear her eyed Wen re May and weak Aud red Here Orem ii Yon could smelt it Atar. She had nuking and Diz lne soft Iii Lier head and the cause of it All was Catarrh that j Star her breath is ie4 Sweet As the new Meadow nay Lier eyes Are and Bright As a Star Ami tile cause of the change she is ready to say wats the or. Mage cum for Catarrh. Or. Sages Catarrh it hied will posit Heiy cure Catarrh Iii the head no matter now bad or How Long stand lug. Fifty cents by ail greatest Success. A a Erminiee by the elks it surpasses All their previous efforts Bright and tuneful music a pretty girls handsome costumes and Good acting Fine stage effects an overflowing House. When musical director Shriver raised his Baton and began the sprightly overture to a a Erminiee at the Academy of music wednesday eve the spacious auditorium was crowded from pit to dome the occasion having been the fourth annual Benefit of Cumberland Lodge no. 63, b. P. E. The elks on this occasion surpassed All their previous efforts and gave a performance that will fill a prominent place in the amusement Calendar of our City for Many years to come. In presenting the charming opera of Erminie they gave a work never before heard Here and one Seldom attempted by amateurs. The difficulties in the Way were numerous and serious but they were All overcome and the plaudits so freely bestowed that evening snowed How successful the Effort proved. The Beautiful opera with its charming music handsome costumes witty dialogue and amusing and startling situations was Given with the fullest attention to detail and in a manner that would have put Many professional companies to the Blush. Following is a full list of the cast chorus and orchestra assisting in this notable production of one of the most popular operas Ever written the cast. Marquis de Ponvert Ermine s father. Or. If. L. Eugene Marcel to Jim. T. I. I comte de Brissac i Captain de Lauray or. I z Johnson. Sergeant or. Chim. Ii. I i Ynson. Dubois hand Ord of the Linn d or urn. H. Ilc. La to lion. Simon waiter at the Linn Ltd or or. Harry Warfield. Benedict lira. I. Ii. 8ehh Iiah. Chevalier de Brabazon Mamuel softest or. I. C. Of ill. Madeaux i Tim \ Lim. J. A. Be Kavat Mes Tho is Bra ii. S. Pigott mayan. Mar it jut seer tory j Hiow is Bernard Young. Cerise Marcel miss a j a vol in ilk miss i ii ska somnambulist in feat. John Watson who has been employed As a Bridge rivet Heater and has la in working on the Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge in the Narrows since its completion Lias Lieen put of employment. He was a sufferer from chronic Catarrh and at the Alleghany House on North Mechanic Street where he boarded several weeks he has been treated by or. Ii. In Miller and the latter performed sex Era operations to give him Relief always an annoying and disagreeable malady. Tile disease is supposed to have affected his mind is did also his forced idleness. He w As confined to his bed for several Days and tuesday night at 11 80 of clock during a fit of somnambulist he jumped out of the attic window to the ground a distance of 20 feet. Some alarm was made and the Young Man was taken to his room. It a a miraculous escape As he docs not seem to suffer from any injury Flint can he attributed to ids jump. Watson i an industrious Young Man Ami hears a Good reputation. His brother Alex. Arrived from Philadelphia at 8 15 wednesday their properly. Upon the arrival of no. 5 from Baltimore i be slav afternoon a Georges Creek and Cumberland passenger train consisting of locomotive no. 9, a coach and the summer car was in waiting at the Queen City depot. The president Ami directors of the american Coal company arrived on no. 5 and were taken Over the Pennsylvania Railroad in Maryland which is owned by the Georges to reek and Cumberland Railroad the party consisted of w. Del. Walbridge president James Alexander and Joseph Gay directors of new York Ami were taken in charge by superintendent James a. Mill Holland. Wedges j Day morning the party went Over the Georges reek and Cumberland Hail Road to Lonaconing where they inspected the mint s and property of the company. Mrs. Walbridge and son and mrs. Alexander accompanied the party to this City. I rout for Tho St reams of Ai legit by count v. Lion. James a. Mullin member of the legislature from this county has received a Telegram from state fish commissioner Delauder stating that Lite 10,000 Brook Trout asked for by him for the streams of Allegany county would be shipped to or. Mullin to Day. Or. Mullin intends to Stock Ute fresh water streams of this county with the speckled beauties for which much credit is due him for his Enterprise and in a few years sportsmen eau enjoy themselves Angling at Home instead of going abroad. This is the first distribution of fish this county has had for a number of years and it is hoped that great care will he j Given them so that in a few years fish will he very numerous Aud Large in the j streams of this county i Many efforts have been made to secure i More fish a the streams of Allegany i county by Deposit of Hie Young for pro a Gatlon hut they All failed until or. J Mullin interested himself in the matter j and secured the results stated above. Dewji in in sister Tali Amiin. Ermine s maid lined it nil. Marie Flower Cirl miss tile la my r. Princess Gram Jeneaua or. Ephrin l. Walker. Erminie de Ponvert miss Adi Faith Lynn Dell. The a hokum. Misses a Dele k Nipper Ida Render a Arri Allen Minnie Troxel Georgic Lowder Uilk Mollie Robb Jessie Miliman Mollie Frederick and Mollie Bender. Messes William Bernard. James Matthews. George Coy will Robb Charlesll. Rabold j. W. Tri Echarles Russell Edward y. Pegley b. La. V Outing and Bros. J. Ii. Roberts Hervy Haney j. A. Mchenry and Frank Fisher. The Oku ii eth a. Is of r. Bro Vav Milnor Roberts guano or. Ira l. Tipton first violin Bro. A. Milnor Roberts messes. G. It. Daisy and Brank Peddicord be veld i i Lii messes. Joseph Servoy Ami f. Lier ring Cia rivet or. A a. Uhi Eliard omit messes. Julian Nibley and in p. Swami 7 rom Ison or. Edward Hammerer flute or. Charles g. Loll Shu Ihn Dae Bass or. George k Otselic tire it her. The i la null s. As always the Case with the elks operas the chorus was a Strong feature. It was Neaile up of fresh Young voices under Good training and did very effective work. The girls looked charming Iii their becoming costumes first As peasants Ami afterwards As court ladies in the a woman rest a the Cho rut of ladies did especially Good work the chorus were All Well up in their stage business and made some very pretty pictures. Among the choruses which were Sung with particularly Good effect were the opening chorus the birthday and supper choruses the vocal Gavotte and the a Good the Lullaby was also very nicely done. The Many rapid chorus s in i lie opera were Sung with in the Soubrette part of the vivacious Little mid of All work Jarotha miss Bessie Lowdermilk was very much at Home and acted and Sang with in at spirit and Chic making a hit in her interpolated song a a thin afternoon at four. Her rendition of Hie part showed conscientious work and entire adaptability to a very difficult role. She received an encore. Miss Tillie Bender made a charming moire looking very pretty and singing the a a woman a dress with intelligent appreciation of the words. Her costume was very becoming. The part of Cerise Erminiee a companion and Eugene a sister was allotted to miss Nellie Williamson. Her smooth and natural acting Xmas no Surprise to her friends As she has appeared upon the Amateur stage Here before and shown decided Talent. No Small share of credit for the highly successful presentation of this charming opera is due to the tireless efforts of mril s. Algott who tilled the important and arduous position of stage manager. Very much of the Success of the production of a a Erminiee depended upon the manner in which each member of the cast and chorus moved about the stage spoke their lines and attended to the various Little details of a a business with which the opera abounds. Or. Pigott had a thorough know ledge of the opera and of general stage effect and was besides quite enthusiastic and Able to communicate much of his own interest in his work soothers. The natural result was a degree of dramatic finish remarkable in Amat Mirs. In addition to ids valuable work As stage manager or. Vigott gave a highly finished rendition of the part of Linn ones one of the most important roles in the opera. As the hold and unscrupulous hut original and entertaining thief lie Ai led in a most natural and forceful manner and gave efficient support to those on the stage with him. There was in his part comparatively Little Chance for the display of his vocal abilities hut he made the most of ids limited opportunities and showed himself to be the possessor of a Fine baritone which he knows How to use. In the 3rd Art he introduced a this Little Fig went to or. J. A Lien Pegley far surpassed All his previous efforts in the comedy Lim. A cad Dye is a thief with More humor than villainy and much More co Ward ice than either. He always wants to run at the slightest an Roach of danger and is the Unwe ill Iii accomplice of a a a As he Calls him. He is always on tin verge of betraying the precious pair through sheer terror and upon this lunch of Hie fun turns. In the ballroom Cadd who is passed off As a a Baron a gets hilariously drunk and correspondingly funny making love to the Princess Etc. All this or. Pegley did in an inimitable Izaih a he has committed several a prow ins Hoffen Sest in the comic opera line but never with anything like the Success that attended ids efforts last night. The character suited him admirably and he kept the audience in a Roar. In their dance in the first act the thieves caught the s it Ecta tors and got an uproarious encore. The elks were certainly very Lucky to have the thieves parts so ably filled. One of the leading parts of the opera is thai of the margins Erminiee a father which was very ably filled by or. . L. In Organ. He was the very per Sonatina Tion of the stately old Soldier Ami his Tine Bass voice w As heard to Good advantage in his Solo a the soldiers life a Aud in the concerted music. Or. Ii. C. Ogilby carried off the trying role of the a in Ralit r a Sapor Amia cd old Beau in a style of which a professional need not have been ashamed. With keen appreciation of the character Ami perfect ease and self Possession he carried the part through consistently and gracefully bringing out its Many Nice Points in a highly creditable manner. As Simon j a Volt is Lover or. Harry is Ardesd w Ell and favourably known a a humorous Reader was consistently funny fug it the character sustained by m r. T. Ii Thomas contains scarcely As mud As the traditional lovers part usually does and is dramatically insipid but or. Thomas made the very most of it acting gracefully and singing the music in his excellent style. His voice so generally admired was heard to special advantage in the duet with Erminie in the first aet Ami in the Tenor solos a darkest and effective. In addition to directing the opera or. Shriver wrote tile orchestration for the a supper chorus generally omitted but restored for the elks production and rewrote the finale to the a a soldiers a life a the one furnished not having been suitable. Between the first and second acts of tin opera a a Cradoct known to his Cumberland friends As w. L. Mccray did his celebrated and thrilling performance with the roman Battle axes receiving As on his previous appearance Here a perfect storm of applause. The squad of soldiers who appeared in the opera were messes. Carl Haupt Charles Hanekamp Paul Walker Henry nose Frank Norw Ood it. Judd in Hanford and All members of our Home companies. By their military bearing and Good marching they added much to the spectacular effect. Misses Jessie la Man Bertha Hamilton Reba Atkinson and Edith Johnson appeared in the Hall room scene and added materially to the stage effect. The following Are the members of Hie Benefit committee of the elks who had charge of the opera Theodore la Man chairman w. J. Mccarty Zazek Haney w. It it. Hoffman j. A. Mchenry la. W. Williamson James i. Winnow w. Ii. A. Wharton Tho. Ii. Thomas i. Ii. Schleigh. Several of the ladies received Beautiful bouquets. The performance closed at 11 30 and the Lime no audience dispersed Well pleased. Spring cleaning. I hour of planning May save several unpleasant Day in the House cleaning time. One thought should Al Wax to uppermost when you buy a Spring Medicine. Ayers Sarsaparilla is the most highly consent rated the most powerful is prepared trom the Tiest ingredients and i and most expensive Fine the Fhi Perloni will cure you. Medicine there cures estate transfers. Samuel ii. Allbright it us and j. Wilson Humbird to Watson Diehl lot no.5, Allbright s fourth addition to Ellerslie $100. The George s Creek Coal and Iron company to Elizabeth s. Douglas parcel of ground in Lonaconing $500. Annani Hitler to Henry pane leasehold in a lot of ground on German Alley Cumberland. Joseph Knode to l. In. Gorsuch lots no. I and 2, of Block no. To of the property of Nie Shack Frost deceased in Frostburg $280. Algernon in. White it us to the real estate and building company of Cumberland md., lot no. 15 in Broadway addition to uglier lamp $1,425. George i. Landwehr it us. To tin real estate and building company of Cumberland md., lots no. 17, 18, 19, 20, 91, 22, 23, 24, 2ft, 26. 27, 28, 29, 30, i Haleys addition to Cumberland $1,506. Daniel Annan executor to the real estate and building company of Cumberland lots nos. Ii and 82, i Laley a addition to Cumberland $325. A. Hunter Boyd trustee to j. Henry Holzshu lot of ground on Bedford Street extended $140. George Baylor and wife attorney for tile hours of Mary c. Baylor to George i. Well a lots nos. 17 to 30 in Haleys addition to Cumber land $1,500. Charles e. Ham right it us to i. James Blackiston lot of ground on the w est Side of Mechanic Street Cumberland $600. A. V. Inskeep it a1, to James in Miller the a sea Genhardt lot in Westernport $100. Annie Blaine to we. Jones a Ethiopia and the Isles in Charlestown $975. In. Pearre Daniel Annan and John in Vav Klener executors to Frederick Perry lot of ground on Baltimore Street $1,000. W in. Pearre it a1, executors to Frederick Perry All that lot and the two Story Brick building known As the a Healey building on Washington Street Cumberland $2,700. Hem me i Kerns it us to Fillmore Kerns right title and interest in a parcel of land in District no. 2 $100. Norval Kerns to Fillmore Kern same $100 John we Morriset a1 to Hervy Limey part of lot no. 3 of the divided property of George Deetz deceased situated on the North Side of Harrison Street Cumberland $650. L. Emma Johnson to Hie mayor and City Council of Cumberland the triangular lot lying Between the water works the hour a and a Golden Moon a the lat-1 j. Quot j of y7.7�?i ter having been interpolated. A Golden r v i i the a Tomac 1 River Cumberland $200 Moon is a very Beautiful Ballad having i been one of the features of the Casino in i a a a to run i hut i j j i j him ii Spuit eau Viiu my alway in Good j production and in or. Thomas hand it tilt i if in. Tutu the stage setting was another great feature. Always appropriate in the a a Pink Ball room scene it was gorgeous. There was probably never a prettier picture seen on hit Academy stage than the ballroom presented during the dancing of the a Gavotte. A tile View of the ladies and gallants As they glided gracefully through the stately dance singing a they went. W As a sight Long to be remembered. The costumes secured at great Cost were All handsome and Correct Aud Iii wearing them the fair ones charmed the Eye As much As their singing did the ear. The scenery used in the Hall room a a Triumph of Hie scene painters Art. Uni in in . Miss Randall of new York in the leading role of Erminie gave the audience a genuine musical and dramatic treat. Possessed of a Strong Clear True voice Good method and exquisite taste site rendered Hie solos in a faultless manner. With Fine stage presence charming manner Graceful bearing and dramatic culture of a High order she did Hie part in a most finished manner. In her solos a Ivy Hen love is Young and t lie a Lullaby. In ins Randall Sang with consulate expression amt pleased tile audience Imine itchy receiving Hearty encores. In her duet with Eugene and in the concerted Mush she also did splendid work. Tile elks were very fortunate in securing for the leading part a lady of so much culture Aud ability As miss Kendall received a no interpretation and Hearty applause a the result or. E. I. Walker had in the Priori is the very difficult task of female impersonation which he did in a most creditable manner. He did the silly old Belle up to nature showing much cleverness which was duly appreciated by the audience. In the parts of on fat it is Ca fit i Hilling i is comte j it is tyrant and Hilt diet messes. Wharton Johnson Young per Guson and Schleigh were ail up in their roles and All did Well. The Cumberland orchestra who have assisted in All the operas Given by the elks. Played the accompaniments in their usual Good style. There Are few cities of Cumberland s size where an opera like this can be Given with chorus anti orchestra composed entirely of amateurs a City a a Amateur performance generally meaning a chorus deserving that name hut with a professional orchestra. The musical portion of the opera a Charles a. Cook it us. To Jonathan Fiehtner several lots of ground in Albright s addition to Ellerslie $1 ,00. Frederick Perry it us. To William Pearre the Healey building Aud a lot of ground on Baltimore Street conveyed to Frederick Perry by w. Pearre Danilaus and John in Widener executors of Samuel a Smith deceased $530. Catharine Vav Gaud to John a Miller perfected title to lot no. 4, Iii Peter Wegand a addition to Cumberland John %. Miller it us. To j. Henry Holzshu lot no. I in Peter we Gaudy a addition to Cumberland situated on Putnam Street near Maryland Avenue $1,000. Mary a Sekles to Frederick Laing or rigid title interest in several traits of Laud known a eagles wings re surveyed Hist piece a eagles wings second piece and a a sheets pasture a $100, James i Sprigg to Williom o. Sprigg lot of ground on the North Side of Independent Street Cumberland $237.50. J. Mckenzie and wife t near Rawlings g t. Mckenzie and wife to the a cum Berland and Potomac Cement company Limiter tin Blirer Tiomi it men my Shriver h "1 Quot k Ortli a id of Clever work in be Quot i Ireleen j a a a a Indore end Ohio Railroad year ago will la remembered. Lie did fully As Well As the Erminie conductor,i1�?�1�?�"0, having caught the characterise flavor a of the score and entered fully into the us duties Wauna spirit of the opera. He had ids musical i and too men to Call i any druggist for a free for is Antler Good control and the opera trial package of Lanett family Medicine the went with a a a go and a dash Seldom at in 111 i a a l�?�1 a or. Iii a. It Ila Ane while in the Ltd by mountains tamed by amateurs. Ills handling of the for disc of the mood liver Aud kidneys so 6 evinced a full appreciation of the it is a positive Curt. For constipation an dramatic requirements of the work and j i it is Tut oust Spring Medicine known. Larne his loadings were always appropriate j parkas amp us. At ail drugs Day exercises. The official program observances at Rone Hill list of the soldiers whose Graves will be dedicated Flowers needed. Job. Ii. Wendell Chai Man of the Tyler Post g. A. It. Me in o r i a i committee says that arrangers its have been completed for be proper of in Vance of memorial Day in this City. The Graves of the soldiers in the various cemeteries other than Rose Hill will be decorated by the various committees in the morning. At 2 80 p. Rn., the Post sons of veterans and or. O. La a. M., will leave grand army Hall and March to Rose Hill cemetery where a program w ill he rendered and the Graves decorated. Contributions of Flowers will be thankfully received by the committee and they request that they be delivered at the Hall not later than to of clock sat orday morning. The committees in charge Are on Flowers a. Elite Shew and members of the Post and women a Relief corps decorating cemeteries outside of Rose Hill we. Ii. Miller j. C. Briggs Ezra Rohrer i. C. Brooks Ernest Barth j. G. Bridaham c. In Keyser and John Weber. All old soldiers Are cordially invited to take part in the ceremonies and meet at g. A. In Hall at 2 p. In. All persons who have old soldiers buried in the different cemeteries whose Graves have not been decorated heretofore will please be on hand and Point them out to the committees. Following is the program at Rose Hill cemetery saturday May 30, 1891, 3 p. In. 1. Dirge music by Post drum corps. 2. Commanders address Page 8. 8. Hymn a nearer my god to 4. Chaplains prayer Page la and services by commander officer of the Day and chaplain at soldiers Emoery lot. 5. Salute the dead. Every Comrade will place his left hand upon his heart and uncover or raise his hat with his right hand remaining so in silence until the commander Calls attention. 6. Dirge music by drum corps. 7. Address by Comrade Hon. In l. Turner. 8. Poems miss Belle Kelly. 9. Hymn a my country a tis of 10. Benediction. Tue patriotic dead. The following is a list of Union soldiers that have been Laid to rest in the various cemeteries of this City Rose Hill cemetery win. Brace sr., win. Hanford Hager we. Russell col Nathaniel Bryan n. O. Henchman in s Ridenour Daniel Blucher b. F. Hornsby Charles Robb Rev. J. G. Butler Anion House Martin rouser Geo. Burkley Geo. He Zoth Ephraim speck win. Beveridge Tok Thomas. Johns c. F Homer amp Thomas Bird col col. 11 1 Johnson in i. Smith Tho. Coffee we. James or. S p. Smith w. A. Cross Martin Knoll cant. A. Spear Simon Coleman a. J. Kegg Joseph Kirkley j. I. Bed right James Campbell John in Lowe. Lieut j. In. Hli Ober Somerville Dawson Samuel Luman jr., Adam Scott we. Dowden Las. 8. Lowdermilk Emanuel seyers John Deetz Lieut. S. T. Little la Clay shuck or. S. N. Eltzroth James w. Moore Joseph shuck. Dias. Feeney Simon Mcknight Gen. C. In Thruston Serge to George g. Freathy c n. In adore capt. William thru ton Harrison Gembart Jon. Foster a a w. Mansfield or. Scott Thruston Ellas Groves George Mots Sergt. We. J. Taylor col. Charles Gilpin Mathias Mcgirr i la Troxell win. Gephart Apt. J. F. Mcculloh Leo. Wilkinson win. Cornier Job. R. Purcell j. H. In Wilson col., i. No Hyans Lieut. Mark Powell David w Wlliams Valter Bensell Apt. In Perry capt. John Wier thus. G. Holtz Man j. Petrikin a. V. Villiam son j. In Holtz Moo j. A w. Inizer s. In Walters Ezra Hendley Lieut. O. I. Robbins j we w Olf capt. J. B. Winslow col. Robert Bruce Valter h. Jewett and 3 unknown. German Catholic cemetery Arthur Coffield Ignatius Wummell John Homer Vav in. Orr John 0, Keefe Simeon Pyler Albert Walters. St. Patrick a cemetery Patrick daily Apt Paul Dink John Donnelly or. P. A. Healy a. Ii. Herbert James t. Mcintyre Luke Mulligan Hughey of Neal Pendents Vav. A. Smith we o. Shea Man Tompson Andrew Cage. Hooks graveyard Lemuel roster win. Feaga John Hughes we. Morrison Oliver Proby Norris Sibley w right. German lutheran cemetery a. J. Beckman. Jobs b. Howard David 8. Davis we. Downey Thomas Donnelly Anthony Fisher George Getz m. Hline Lei Conrad Houser James a. Mckee a in Mcdougal Edward Meyers Joseph Oberly Conrad Kier cum John Minim let. Ernest Nerkle Alexander Maxwell. Bethel graveyard Richard in arson Vav in Jackson a Craig Hannibal Ken Nie s Mcterry Gsimpson t. Simpson t. Lindsey. Centre Street graveyard a Samuel Shipley George w. Wise German beneficial society graveyard George Reuschling Peter Quot ring John Zapp. 011 lathe ran graveyard Henry top Onrod Weinold. German Reform graveyard Justus so habit. Sumner cemetery in Ero Mitchel r. S. Snowden. Siadous Mills Oliver p. Brant. I Tavis school House Sim Hamilton mount Savage Leonard Dean. Hazen in r. Kegler. We j. Feaga has been appointed sergeant major a of the second Batalion vice e. F. False a re a resigned

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Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!