William Weaver Danenhower death notice.
After a long illners Brother William Weaver Danenhower died at his residence. North Carolina Carolina avenuo and Sixth streec southeast, on Monday Monday luorulng last. In the 75th year of his ago. lie had been in ill-health for a-long time as the result result of an accident two years ago, whereby one of tho bones in hii leg was broken. lie had beem an invalid lor quite a while, during which time he was frequently vlalted by many of hU friends t eloneing to the order. In whlih he had a large, circle ot acquaintances and friends. He was born In Philadelphia December ?, 1S20, where ho teslded until he was about 22 3 ears of age. IjA was a zealous advocate of the cautaofOdd Fellowship, with whlJh ho united in Philadelphia, over rurty years axa He was grand representa-tU representa-tU e from the grand encampment of the lurisdlc-tfon lurisdlc-tfon of Illinois in 17, having moved to Chicago in 1WJ as the representative of tho publishing hcuse of Harper Uroiheis. IlettfOknu active part in political political a3aH. and after Mr. Lincoln's Inauguration Inauguration wis by hirn soon after appointed os acting fourth auditor ana chief clerk. He held thU position position for a short time,aller which he resigned and went Into the claim bualurcs in this city, and in lS79,ln connection with his son, Washington Danenhower, Danenhower, from which he iciitnil In the year 18M, haing nmaisedquHe a competency, principally real c3tateiu this city. Shortly after establishing establishing a residenc In this city he became a member 01 uashiUKtcn Lodge in iune, jswi, in wnicn ne maintained a continuous membership. He was aUo a moinber of ML Nebu Encampment, No. 4, Rutu It D ) Lodge. o 2, nnd was the honored president of the Veterans Association, Association, In wuith. as lu other branches of the order, ho manifested a deep and abiding Interest. Brother Pancnbnwor was a man of sterling qualities, and had endeared himself to a large circle of acquaintances Loth in and outside of the organization, it o was actlro In the church, prominent in business affairs, and an ardent patriot. The several bodies of which be was a member, Mz., the Butordiuale lodge, grand lodge, grand encampment, and grand canton and Canton Potomac of tho Patriarchs Militant, all attended his funeral, which took place from Christ church. Navy Yard, on Wednesday afternoon afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment being In Congressional Congressional cemetery. At the conclusion of tbe funeral ceremonies the bugle iorps of Canton Potomac Mowed taprt. He bore his a diet ion with patient suDorlng. and leavt-s a memory which will long be chor.bhed. ;ie was a faithful member of the order, p. dotoat Christian and an upright citizen. At the meeting of Metropol's Lodge, Na 1C, held on Friday evening, nluo candidates were Initiated Into the myntoriesof tho order in tho usual Impressive manner in which the work la conducted by thu ludgo. In additlcn to th visitors present from the other lodges in this city, there were the following from other Jurisdictions. Jurisdictions. P G. Harrold .'racy, Protection Lodge, No. G3, Metaracra, Indiana; J II. Hoy d. Bridge-water Bridge-water Lodge, Na 1U, Brid?ewater, Virginia; John II. Fulmer, P. i., (Juakertowu Lodge. Na 714, (Juttkertow n, Pennsylvania; Jacob Persluger, Tabor Lodge. No. 213, Xenla, Ohio; Lawson P Keese, Golden Kule Lodge, Na 53, Baltimore, Maryland