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THE DAILY MILWAUKEE NEWS TUESDAY, NEWS. aed County. ^ made 97 Wisconsin Weather. Cloudy. "»in. Rain ODD FELLOWSHIP. Semi-Centennial Annhrersarj of the Es- tabll^hment, of'the, Onjer hi Amcrl- a^^&Rie flail— Cfran* ~BmU In the Ereningr. who <*"ed good by apply i a g hieh aa weat. Jast is. of the eea- the month for the cold, anl for stocks in forth accompanied in some made of it ia rolled rocks, and tasted and But beer— of two other the heralds "princes These followed by its' appearance 80 accus- Vaterland become 1 ia relig- particularly Bavaria, the king they could the bock bock to be think the and that opening of Germans of their Salvator the wherever the there is quality same way malt and uaua' quan- : , hence ' Salvator at Koes« ' name generally brewery, it adjoins in that ID furnish is not so g^vrn to first given Butler of the of Kg-r during p making the Ho.'. he felt Jt n further Wertheim beer to Brombicb, cities as , however, the bo:k become It only with the it out made of it, from is taken, brewer haa had 1 esterday the semicentennial anniTersary of the establishment of the Independent Order Order of Odd Fellows in America, was celebrated celebrated throughout the country with appro paiate exercises. Here in Milwaukee there was an imposing display which would doubtless hare been more of a saccesa had the weather been more propitious. About ten o'clock a cold disagreeable rain commenced commenced falling, which continued during the day, preventing many from joining in the exercises. The order, although of but recent existence, existence, is now among the most numerous in the world, embracing in its membership hun* dreds of thousands &f persons. There are over 6,000 members of the order in Wisconsin, Wisconsin, members of the lii lodges now in existence. existence. The firat. lodge in the atate was instituted instituted in 1835 at Mineral Point and numbered numbered at that time but nine members There are alao about l.^Ou members of the encampment encampment in this state. The celebration yesteriay in this city was m-rely a locil affair, almost every city and town in the ttta:e holding celebrations of their own; a number of delegations from abroad, however, c*me here to take part in the exerciaea. Racine sent about eighty members, and Kenosha, Waukesha, Rubicon, Hariforn, Eau Claire. Schleiaaingerville and Black River Falls aent amall delegationa. At half past two o'clock the procession waa formed on Milwaukee street in front of Music Hall. It w.i8 headed by an escort ofhoraemen. Capt. Chaa. De Villiers and Capt. A. J. Lingworth acted aa marshals and Adam Roth, Chas. Winkle, J. W. Fuchs, Chas. Webber and Julius Ernst aa asais- tants. The procesjion was formsd in the order of degrees aa follows 1 Initiatory degree, white aprons -. First, or while degree; white collars. •i. Second, or covenant degree, wane collars collars trimmed with pink 5. Third, or royal blue degree, white collars trimmed with blue 5 Fourth, or degree of remembrance, : white collars trimmed with green. | 6. Fifth, or scarlet degree, white collars , trimmed with scarlet. 7. Officers of the grand lodge, in full regalia. regalia. H Paat officers of the grand lodge 9 Members of the encampments with purple collars trimmed with gold. lu. Officers of the encampments. 11. Past officers of the encampments After the procession followed a number of carriages containing the orator of the day, Rev Geo H Deere, of La Crosse, Rev. A C. Barry, of Ricine, R. W. 0 R H. L Page, P. R W.G. Representatives H S. Mack, Samuel I Bridge, A. J Langworthy and A. Schleck, R. W. 0. VT. J. Holbrook, i R W G. T. David Adler, R. W. Q H. P f Joseph Lackner, R. W. G. 8. W. John Tel- ' lu,g, R W D D C P J Nathonson, and ' K W D D G M August Biersuch Af- \ ter these ciine a number of carriages with brethren an J their ladies in regulia THE MABCH After being formed the procession started on KS march There were about twe.?e hun-ire J in line, and each lodge and eac.imp- meut cirried beautiful banners. B ich's b.iLd headed the line and Severance it Wi,- iiaoi 3 and the city band followed, an J in the center and the other near t&e rear of the proces-.un Th« lice of march waa a« f olio olio w.- Mode hall, at which there was a very large attendance. AU passed of most pleasantly. A splendid rapper was served up about ten o'clock, of which the guests partook with a AtJEnrner hall another ball was given* whiih was also largely attended, and gava excellent satisfaction. A special train on the Chicago and Northwestern railway carried carried the visitors from R'icine and Kenosha to their homes at midnight. The celebration was eminently successful when we take into c nsiit.Tation the character character of the weather. NEW BOOK* AT STRICKLAND'S —In our issue of Sunday morning we called brief attention attention to three new hooks just published by Putnam & Son us follows STUDIES OF (JESKEM SCIEXCI—by Mrs. Autoine;te Bro*n L.-iekweil BY-WATS OF hi UK rt —by Biy»rd Tajlor ANNE SKVSEIN —by the author of "A Sister's S:orj '' Mrs. Blackwells book on general ssience is credit.ih'.e to her intellectual powers, and will go far t jwirJ convincing the public ihat a woman c.in write a book justly distinguished distinguished for strength o:' reasoning, purity an i exactness of ei;)ression, and philjsophical discernment We know of no v j luae of res cent publication which contains an equil amount of matter in the same number of pages. The careful and appreciative reader will be surprised at th* tersenes.i, soliditv and vigor of Mrs. BUckweil's raasoaiag and at the general correctness of her conclusions on the subject of which ahe writes, Bayard Taylor's new volume will be read with avidity by those who admire his productions productions of this class. In this volume, he manages to convey a mass of int'ormatian to the reader which has not hitherto found its way into print All of the bioks nmed m*v be found at the bookstore of Strickland & Co . Eist Witer Witer street I.NTKHISTIM) ro SOUTH SIDBES. —Residents —Residents uf the Sjuth Side will be glad to learn that A H Bigelow who recently purchased the stock of boots and shoes of P. W. Peterson, Peterson, 134 Reed street, haa added to the already already fiae aaaortment, a fine selection o.' spring and summer i$oods of the latest styles and best quality Mr. B.gelow announces that he will sell first cliss goodi at the lowest lowest cash prices, aa he buys from the minu- factorers on their beat terms He also at. tends to manufacture of fiae boots ani shoes to order and guarantees satisfaction,b5th aa to quality and price Those interested in pro. curing a good article for wear should give him a call. STEINWAT PIANO.—This rrMrain* a: I'. 1 o'clock Caleb Wai! i Son sell at auction a fine Steinway at Jos " Jy s hjuse N'j 17; Division street. j H • R >'->y has r i i n: e • h ? ; :'- :'- f s *:: * f a::»> a 0 .' RS-APPOIMTHKNT — Mr H W Roby has jus: received the appointment of phonographic phonographic reporter for the circur. court of ta 13 city for the eujum^ two ve*ri occupied the po<>iti ,a c' fice wa.^ cre-ite-i. t , tne ea 1 11 h e m e m ', • e r 3 n f the v i .- 0'ireful SIL J fas- r^p &• t. ftithf^l.y a::end s:ti jn 1-ir.ag h:-< t rr. Yors -, MKN < A- Lin J » .le-r i:c:i WAS -ia -- i : »/• urn srci at piYe _v u a n;ghi U COUKTT, was on account the was ad - past two of the of ez- of a day cases soon as 8,9,10,11, announced members calendar at 10 for trial day calendar at the adjourned Woodbury delirer a nature, as- this Milwaukee to Wisconsin 8t 1'vwn \\iscousintoEist water. Ouwn il ist Water to Ferry. Through Ferry to Reed. Along Reed to Florida Countermarch on Reed to West Water Along West Water to Spring. Up Spring to Fourth, countermarch Down Spring to West Water. Up West Water to Third. From Third to Chestnut. From Chestnut to Division. From Division to East Water Down E*st Water to Mason. Up Maaon to Milwaukee. Down Milwaukee to Music hall EXERCISES AT MUSIC HALL Arrived at Music hall the w.l. piY enough io jfo • he lecture is further notice. T LED i A pri' J rje — ;tnpo^.i n> as so^n J therefire. to npeik i a;-t. well Lu«. Kg pjs'.poae-i un'-il a.s K or CuMMKR-g A I'!*- INT MBNT< — The following appoint.nenis diTe been made by the board of Jire:tors of the chamber chamber of commerce Flour Inspector—C J Heliiwell. Inspector of Provi-iona — \lioh»el L'ulahy Supervisors of Grain Inspection and Weighing— Weighing— Anzus Smith. F U. West. S S. Marrill. Marrill. J B A. Kern, Gej I Jones the at 10 Dma- procession entered, entered, the dignitaries of the order occuj y ing the s*age. R. W. 0. R. Herman L. Page presided OTer the assembly. After prayer by ReT. A. C Barry the opening opening ode " Lais urn ihr brueder," was sung in German, Rev. G. H. Deere, of La Crosse. R. W. G chaplain of the grand lodge of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, was introduced and doliTered a brief but eloquent and appropriate address. He reriewed the history of Odd Fellowship at length, giving many interesting facts relative to its growth, &c. He stated that while fifty years ago there were bat fire members of the order in the United States organized into a lodge, there are at the present time 40,000 initiates, and 3,195 lodges, with 245,036 members. Since its establishment the order has given relief to 21,344 needy brethren to the amount of $258,538; given aid to 3,900 widows of brethren to the amount of $113,275, $113,275, and expended $103,847 for the burial of the dead, making a grand total of nearly $700,000 expended for charity. He paid an eloquent tribute to the good works and fraternity fraternity of the brotherhood. We regret that want of space will not per mit mit of our giving a synopsis of the address. At the oonolusion of the address Mr. John G. Fitzgerald, of this city was called upon and delivered an eloquent speech, appropriate appropriate to the occasion. The brethren then sang the closing ode— "Brethren we thank yon all." and dispersed. BALLlI IN THm«3HIH<». In the evening a grand ball was held at -'•-«£. •' - L O A"; .. Mr Theodore S Fay. late I' 8 Minister to _Swi:z t . r lanii. has written a n IT,-| cille.l "Norman Leslie " It will be published in New Yurie.— AV-m/i; W L ,,• ,rmn, Apn', '24. "Norman Leslie.' a novel, in '1 void by Theodore S Fay, was published and in free circulation more than 3J years ago. WSST S IDS LIT KB KRT 3oc IBT T.—A meeting meeting of this society will be held at tbeir room in 8t Peter a churca this evening ai eight o'clock. The question for diseussion is "Resolved, "Resolved, That republican systems of government government are preferable to alt other systems of government SOOTH SIDB MARKET.—The city market on the south side will be opened fully on the first of May, when Uunlop & Middlemis will occupy stands 5 and 6 with a choice selection of flowers and plants of both native and foreign foreign origin. Nearly all the stalls are occupied. occupied. VISITORS AT TH« CHAMBBB. OF COMMBRCB YBSTKRDAT.—A. Babel Boscobel ; E. F. Evans, Buffalo ; A. Lebnimea, Watertown ; Fred Ring, jr. Prairie au Chien ; Geo. B. Sloan, Oswego ; F. F. Bateman, Buffalo ; G W. Yerkes, Barton; Mr. Carhart, Berlin. DISKISSKD.—The case of the state V3. Merritt A. Gee, for obtaining goods under false pretences, was dismissed yesterday after after the hearing of the evidence for the pros, ecution, no case being made out NOTICI.—There will be a special meeting of the managers of the Milwaukee orphan asylum at the asylum, Marshall street > on Tuesday the 37th inst., at 3 o'clock p. m. ; 1 u the

Clipped from The Daily Milwaukee News27 Apr 1869, TuePage 5

The Daily Milwaukee News (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)27 Apr 1869, TuePage 5
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