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Bom April 27 1822,
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Died July 23,188.6.
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C-thicns on foot and in carriages conjp'-is
i.ig :.bout 'JeM lootrueu and about DO car
'the rout; ci precession was up Frenrnt
jStitelto Liirluh, lueiici iu Aiii.il, dowr( VI
IfO to an one, thence to Tom;!. nut, thence1 tt
Lto the Court iiouse where tliu srucntsior.
Immediately after the procession the lite -
Jury exercises were commenced and the fol
lowing ii the programme:
Introduitory remarks by the President ofl
ktlie day. F. 8. Uarle, in which lie reviled
A prOCeSSIOIl tlll'ee-QUaterS Of Urjnl's history and that of the notle tnci
'woo uuiowra uira.in a icrse uui oriel apteriiJ
To aw9.it the day of Resur
rection Tombstone ;doea
Honor to his memory.
a mile. in length, -Literacy
rhc R-v. J.H.I utile then offered up praysri
which was followed b a Fog from tbt
JCornish Glee Club numbering tum: trrcnir
Tlii was fallowed by the funeral esrylce.
On Saturday morning at early as 6eveir t!le Grand Amy which wai very iiuprcs
O'clock the nunruus vidlors to town and
the citlzena' committee together with our;
citizens were "astir preparing for the eent of
tht day, ai.d the streets presented an appear
anccsuih as they hare not done before fur'
the p.st three jearc sidewalk crowded and
pedes. nan. uaving to take the middle of thei
street in order to pnss.
At 10 o'clock the town was a! ire with po
pie uhu were to take part in the par ids, and'
the handsome uniforms of the Uniform Rank!
Ku'u'htl of the A.O.U W.were sliowu U
in bvaulilul contrast with the fUmini: red
shirU of the engine company and the b!u
alurta and red trluimins of the Rescue
At 1 o'clock sharp the procession moved ip
the following order
sive. .ud quite nor tl to la any pre:tit whq
h( neer itnesiud their fervice before
These services were followed bj T3Uie by
;Ul n.mcbuca band.
you wmjr this waa ope ot the fincu ora-i
tlons it has Leen QUr pleasure to he?r for
many a day, by 4'4di; Villiam IWrinfr, who
ja is well l;r.o.n, 18 an excelier; apcakai
and wljom Me think made the crownine!
speech of his life, and we aro onlj eorrj
tliat nc jre not able to publish it in full, bu
uolow wc give a synopis of it as wc re
Lames, axd Gentlimex, Fsulow Citi-
Chief of 1'olice Ciylei-and ii mouctedlthe jrlobt
pjl.cemen; Grand Marshal, A. L. Grow and
Chief Aid, It. S. liatch, followed by the Huj
cliuea cand.Sl pi-cei, and a drain major
Tlicn foi;owcd Burcaids Post No. 36, G. A. R.
any. our strong, aod, the oid s area Vetera ;
were olaerved and commented upon th
thruuc of ladies and gLUtlemeii win
thronged the sidunalks along the line ot
march, owing to the fact thai thece sact.
men who aro now our neighbors and uui
friends, a few short years ago, faced the tq!
leu and the cannon mouth under the tom-
n and of the inanimate piece of clay uht
was being borne to the tomb, and atbou7h
3,01)0 miles away, they were forming a part
of the procession that stretched acrnsk tkit
broad continent until it reaclud Tombstone.
when oar people fell in and the long column
e.ircad on uulil the waters of the Pacilliat
the Uoldun Gate ended the line.
Following the Grand Army came thi
oi.-cutire couimittcv, invited guests, Cos
federate soldiers, Veteran of the Mexican
TTar and citiiens in carriage, clergy, pc;t
orator and city and county titQciaU, Knight:
of Prthias) Lodge on foot and the Uniform
Bank of the same ord.er en horseback, the
I.O. O. F. on foot, abotjt 60 strong; tliet
came the A. O. IT W. about 50 strong, fol-
uwea Dyme eeiect h.nl)ttu of the esme
order, in their tanJtcwsc new uniforms, and
they made a handsome appearance. Thli
ended the first division,
Wallace Corbett, J. H. Campbell, J. P
Cluro, n. C Tnxttr, A.T.Jones, W.S. Ives
were sida to the first division.
Tombstoae Cornet Sand, 20 musicians
Tombstone Kngine Compaay, 31 strong, win.
their hose carriage handsomely decked
with flowers and in the csater of the top oi
tharec!, a handsome picture of Gen. Gran
framed la dowers sad covered with fluij
crape. Following the engine xompaay cam
Rescue Host) compaay, 29jLrong. Thoy had
t kelrcarthaadsomely decorated with Soirera
and covered w' large canopy heavili
draped in snouraing in which lode Mid
Sophie Jonc,and was a handsome feature
. H. Sahlia waa-the aid for this division.
Toe children of the public school cam
r.ezt; the girls first, drcs&ed jn white -wit I
And Uraut one foremost 'inongat .tbem all..
Then came tUn dark uncertainty.
Tlie Ci-ry South clvlmed victory,
And Northern tiaarts with terror v'ttred
Di fent, misfortune, eft renewed.
Then ram the news from Doneldscc,
led Grrct onr victory had won.
rben Shlloh'a le adun ball poured fc;th
Faint hecrs for Grant resounded North.
fnen Vlcksburg'a stubbon guns were stilled
a rant's praises all his uorth-hame filled.
fben Look-out mountain's thunders' rolled
And Crant was named ths brave the bold.
rhe Wilderness 'hen wrote bis name
Bright lettered on the scroll of fame.
And than at Appomatax. he
riircu million bjndugic? men maJefrc.
rhjs man of war was Presllent
t'or tight lo-g jcara ad w'stly lent
Ills ni2usiue t aid his nation
Ivolding war through aibitration.
rneu n te the lo-e of his rareer
fun hand of death wa drawing nar
His country saved hU loved onts nov
FunouLd wllh care liU agfd brow.
With thrlie his old.ltmV courage then
lie orately gr..spid his tremblipg pen
Vnd with uew inspiration gillid
fhe shadow from hU loved onrs lifted.
L'ounteou in life' everj linatlil
bouritgeou in the hour of iKu h!
O! soldltr ftrQiig ju time of war!
O! Kulcr wise In peaceful years!
1'hy laurels wou in bill: are
Now pitrki!ng itti thy rjatlonV tears
rhe silent man whose words were deeds
No eulogy o( poet uuuds
For wllh bl salire point hath he
lltroic measured li story.
ftiK blood) creek? of Sliiloh clear
t'he sciuls o. Appomatiir ear
A peaceful livery Hi.il light
The battlv Rtuoke from Look-out's height
Is littui). Peaie vuhuiidng far
The faneS wc'.! (..trued in bljodr var.
Vnd te.l of all his might pari
Hi winning of the Southern nssrU
Vnd proud his death that on hi bir
Is Southern cros5 is Soithi.ni star.
Both emblems of a comoiou woe
om (ouiraJe end from galla-it foe.
A heio who villi martyrs vie.
V her-jllvt', a martyr dies!
nd now Great Grain! fbj life works ccaee
Let thee and thine "Let us have peaee."
The following is a full report of the
jeecb delivereJ by Oen. Grant it fin
Moines, Io., Bcpteraber 29,
wblcb called forth a great deal of core-
"Comrades: It always afford
-'a.-, . , ' .
. Mvmaiu&fof 'a 'Ltffl .. ji
Wordtworth use to icy "the er!d Is fell
f poetry, If men will.bxt open their eva
Bd behold it," and the .stylng is ts true of
omanco as 0 poetry, Tha'jrqrld Is full of
t; It is in plain sight every day; we ;e it
ronnd us all the time, but such is the tea
dency to taks an everr-dsy vfew of what
megoes on before our'fyes that we fail to
ouch gratification to meet my old com fhtatol7, Whtt ,ct d(l,'ly dj8i notPron)C.
adts in arms of ten and fourteen years "'J affect the Imaginaiion; it is'to'o. familiar;
igo, and to Jive over again in memoir Vfr"e. J , 2 .?
. ' far-away country, and read the Arabian
be trials and hardship impesed t)f N.lghu with a pleasure loro of a ns(f.beiIot
hose days hurdsbip impoaed for the'" the wuu,l,;rf,il t-a. because the picture
, . .. . &'' unlike auylhlnif we hate ever aeen, and
reft.rrat.0D and perpetuation of ourjtLr per8on clfferent froB ,u w, b
-astitutions, V e believttd then, andlersr known.
ve believe nov, that wo had a goodly ' worW h older, and llm.
,'overnraent, worth fighting for, anl, if Jb,lllld ntj,8 character ol 'such a man as
teed be, dying for. How many of ouria,:lieral GraLitbe romance of the 'life lie led
i t .x. j 'j i i i. Sw,n-Je spprecmled to an extent that 1 uow
oinradas of those days p6idt the Utl,. h.rdlJ.poMlble. L,t a riovclis; of
irice for our preserved unionl Lettoday tiitheiurj of Grant's life; ofth-j
heir heroism and saerifjcea be awproWnKwitM atW.t Pului; the-p.
' gpareut tack of individuality in the army; the
memory. lt not tlieJtfallure as a farmer; the lack of success as a
Its of thr-ir sacriBces be lestrcvcd.Vll1"e" exeai; lue story or the dajs at the
ITfiinnnfV rhstt hsslT lstL ) slf rtak
rhc unipna.nd the free iiwtltution iorJeeciea w ukTe wlItMluUhed butl, p.'aud
vhich they foil th mtd bj held moreSftliUre let him tell th,e'U!o of the suecee-d
King twenty-live j ears; Uow the hitherto luck.
tear lor tneir ascrmces. y vriu not -.. ,. rn. .t.,, hv .tan with -Amiiit
r ,j VI.V ,.H ., ,r.,.y
;reen in QUr
Ihe following resolutions Trerc read am
Your committee upon. v;'jora was nnposei
Xhe ead tak of presenting a memorial t
Kieneral U.S.Grant, most respettfully re
rhit althoif-h the dcalh r,f Gncr.il Grai
tns long expected, the eent I. no less de
plored, and we meet now to share with on
mourning ioun:r.jmen in the sene of lpa.
if one Ahusi career was so notab'e, vo lion
orable to himself, und to useful t& tc- Amei
lie was among the grcRtejt soldiers thv
world ever produced, und Ut-jond all other
'tie was best fitted to cope, with the tremend
jus crlsi which mide him and when the
;rave closes over all that is mortal of 171 e
i. Grant, it v;i be felt thai lie leaves behlm
iiim no iuho cast iu a simp er, sincere, o,
riiore herpi: mold.
By L,i labors and those of the brave mci
leny to any of those who fought against:
is any privileges under the govern-
uant vrhioh vce claim f rourgelves; on
he contray, vfe welcome all such who i
cine forward in good faith to help
mild up the waste places and to per-
atuate our institutions acainst all enc-1
nies, as brother in full interest with
is in a common heritage: but wc are1
ot urenared ta anolorize for the parti
e took in the war. It U to be hoped'
hat lite trials will never again befall
mr country. In tins sentiment no
;!ass of peoj le can more heartily join
han the soldier who submitted to the
anger, trials and hardships of the
:amp and the battlefield. On which
ever side they may have fought, noj
;lass of people are more interested in
,lmost incredible, to be General uf the army,
twice President, then for a jear the honored
Lucal und associate of the great?. t tuonuichs
f the earth; the'e let him reduce the hero to
porcrty, and at his death honor hlca with a
iiHtiou.il funeral, ai,il 'the booV would be
laughed at as too wildly lmprobabla tu be
Tet this .was tho story of Grant, hi t'ie
taie of tlie l'.Ie that was lived iu our Ut.
It is tr-ie add we accept it without ourstloa ;
uc; inprouauiiiiy is gone oecan;e we-Know
thj fact; the lo.aaiiCo tnl.es because
in.iLy of us hates Uuo vn the man. Wo aru
too Clofe to him tc- l.i i,-.t proportions;
or. m it staud too cIojc to a colossal
statue to form a Just appreciation of lis sUc
In the eyes of his cotemporarles. Washing
ton wag not politically blameless; those who
owned farms adjoining his, found him a
close fisted, disagreeable neighbor. Napo
Iron to those who lived in his time was
either an angel of light or a demon from the
pit; In tho ejes of the chroniclers ufhli
ourt, he was au Intermeddling busy-body,
vstitule allkts uf dignity indecency,
But time has placed both these men in
guarding aAiast u recurrence of thosehcIr proper light before the world. The
B, iU.lftli. Wi Kea- Mt .i".Jl l,-
' . Bdrawninone way or anatherjby their co-
"L,et us, tuen. begin Dy guaraingp,empor!lrjCs ana thesofteninWfiBgeraoftbe
cainst every enemy threatening theM"'' nteoeam piace oom meir cnar-
erpetuity of free republican .n""--Iim,Peetlon, The world has dejnlteiy msde
ud iU mind as to asnlngton apd Napoleon,
knd the romance of their careers is fully ap-
111, lorw tri fTrstrtn uaa raolnruili nn1 a!-r mil
9 H VX viwu n J I VIUI IU , UUU 0IA SIS SI
i:-""""'""r" , . .'"". uv1.wwof freemen celebrate the blessim.-
;casion io iai. oi nuu no.e -aea.i' is oeiu.j
raoui.:d at this mome it by "52 millions Of'
Americtns. besides evtary foreigu power onB
ions, l do not ennsj into tnis assem-
dage politics, certainly not partiaani
iutit in a fair subject for soldiers
neir deliberations to consider what!
nay be necessary to secure the prize
or which they battled in a republic
ike our?. Yhere the citizens is the
.overeign and the officials the servant
General Grant was o,ne of a class of 1CX);
wh entered V, est Point at tlm age of 1
years and graduated u 1843. standing 20 In
hi cln. thim -eight of whom includinpi
himself graduated and en afterwards en
tjred the Mexican war; he was sent to the
northwest and -t-rwards to Oregon. Soon
'after this lie resigned and removed to Haid
scrabble, Missouri, where be engaged ii.
(arming, and afterwards In the tanning bun
H'hcn the civil war broke out he volunteer
cdhis services to the Governor of IlliuoUM
nd raised a volunteer regiment of wluch he
was made Colonel. It was then ascertained
'that there was no provisions made- for tra.c.5
portalion to the seatif war, and Gen. Grant
T.iththat great will, sn.rched his regiment
ito tbe front.
Ue won his first victory at Vicksbunr.and
his only set back at Pittsburg Landing,. On
the 2nd of March. 1664, Grant was called to
Washington and wyg appointed Commando'.
in Chief of nil the anuiea in the United
States, and tht Jngh grade of Lieutenant
General was revived by Act of Congress ant.
ouferrcd upon him.
Judce Herring then wcn on in his bapp)
ffmanner and carried his audience over the,
anta of the dead hero's life up to the tunc
.f his death.
b'ielc rashes, followed by the boys wltlMl stout resisting city takes.
white shirts and black pants and crape upo
Ifceir left arm. They were the feature cf tin
a-t)-etsion and reflccUd great credit upon
the Grand Marshal and their parent. Cupct
ejo.- y the eJd la charge of MU djyljioB
The Cornish Glee Club followed Judg
Hcrrinc: with an appiopnate song, 'lti
was followed by a poem written aud delivered
by Frank C. Prescott. tbe Superintendent o,
.be Western yuion Telegraph company, and
reflect great credit upon that gentleman
land as it is 'a gem we publish it below in full.
A mighty nation's bells arc tolling,
An armor' muffled drums are rolling,
fen tkousaud eulogies are read
The grand old bero, Oraat, U dead.
IA hore-cot in one awlft hour.
His work performed 'n one great ttrpe
Bt;t mightier aa misfortunes lower, '
Tet stronger as tkva perils grow,
rom first to last the can was great,
On battlefields. In, balls of State.
r. Mexico he tolhv a knell
With tHMion roar instead of ceil;
i fortress f a belfry makes,
TI quick pe.-cepti!i prompt to see
tUich novi-1 xneaus of victory.
riie stars and stripes at Sumpter fell
Hie rank of the Grand Army tell
7e host alert to Fseion's call,
liberty secured for them ur,tf yieir posteritj
Tenacious in conflict, he was majiuniui
lusinvlctoiy and ihbeneEernt results o
i- generous dea ins with bis nquishcc
es, and their grateful appreciation, com
for.ed him in tbe facu of death. There
ore be it
Besotted; That we consider that America
has lost her greatest hero and huinauity :
Kcsoive J; That we give to the bcrcavei
fumily c' General Grant our heart fell sjm
patliy. 1$. L Peel, Cliairmau.
C..E. Alvord, Wm. D. Monmonier, Frank C
Hrcicott, William Herring, Committee.
This was followed by music by the Tomb
tone Cornet li.itid, and then a bencdi'-tiui
tfit-ii tht- Td4t nuilii. ana iUcmt....
in the evening both bands adjourned t. r1,e Other. aOW, in
the vacant lot near the Vizina mine whcie
tlie gunners were, firing ll.e salute, atd be
ween saluting played favorite
'predated by the people of the present day.
'But another generation -u.two mnstpass
.away Mnd "distance lend enchantment to the
view" before tlie wonderful story of the
"Dead Commander" will be seen in Its proper
light. We Vtw he was great, but few cap
form niy adequate Idea how great. TYc
:l,naw that tbe obstacles in his path merely
srved him' as rounds in the latter hy which
.here no power is exercised ercopt bv V" cUrabtli to """'. bnswae.cK. yet
' ... Jmeasure eitl-er tbe, greatness o the ob-
he wiil of the people, it is importautBlaci nor the COmpletenea" el th success.
IHs life was stranger than" other men's
'dream.," but Us omat.ee is yet to be told.
.hat the sovereign tho
diould possess intelligence.
"The free scnool is the promoter o
hat ine" licence which is to preserra
is as a free nation. If we arc to have.
mother contesi in the near future of , yesterday at Mount McQreKO. If we. can
ur national existence. I predict thatnut dd of Graa lbxi te WM u ' tn th
he dividing line will not be Mason's'
T Brerver of the Uniarfi.
Only two citizens of theTJnlted Statea
hare been first in war and first ic peace.
jOne rests at Mount Veinon r'l'he other died
ivhich liley ndjo'irncd to the verandaof thi
bccidental Hotel, and both band, charmed
ur citizens for several hours. ;cd thur.
ivound up the greatest event in the. htstorj
Judo Vandever of Haachtica was it.
hit city on SaturJay and departed jee
erdsy for San Fraccisco.
Lieute&nct Ricbaida oee of Tomb
e nnc't favorite military rnerww in froti
Hunchuca on Saturday and returned t
the post yesterday.
Genial Captain Flovd of Uuachuca
waa p be aeen in this city memorial daj
tifi returned borne yesterday afternoon
3(jnr Korn drum-nijor of the 4th
ivalry band, added vtnr friends to hi?.
dready laige list ia this qity, on Satnr
Mr. M. 8oraners has retnrced from
Scdeocs Hot springs in New Merico,
ind is much isa proved in beatth.
i iqi i i
Among tbe pronuoent'tsatnres of tho
narsde on Btturday last was tho silk
stockings of J. F. C. and among thing.
not prominent was the npa-appearanc
if the pilgrim from, Washington.
Thco F White,, Uf Upwojd, El Dorado
ranch; F W0nr,D;sbcc; II Givon, Charles.
on; H Van AItine, are registered at the
indDixons, but between patriotism
md intelligence on the one side, an?.
-.uperstition, ambition and igoranco on!
year of our national exsisianc, I be
lieve it a good lime to begin the work
heart of his countrymen, yet. w may say
ith truth that since Washington no citizen
sav Lincoln came nearer to lining mar.
'pleasure of praise.
There is no need to :vk the world to fcrget
hat the civil career of General Grant ftl
short of perfection. As fitly mlht 0i2 aslc
forgetfulness" that there arc epot&on tbe
sunV orb.. We may know there iro.but w ho
is conscious of them in full sunshine? In
this n-irn.-nt whm tli irlcriva of GnCfiial
jf strengthening th foundation of theSQn., ifa a m ,Tery mia-a memory, who
house coramencedi by our patriotic foretiares say that Us defects impair the brilliancy
farthers, 100 years ago, at Concord and'
Lexington. Let us nil labor to add all
needful guarantees for the more perfect
security of free speoch and free press,
pure morals, unfettered reUgious fconti
monts and of equal rights and privr
icgos to all men, irrespective of nation
slity, color, or rrligion. Encourage
tree schools, and resolve hat not one
dpllar of money eppropria-cd to their
support, no matter how raised, shall be
appropriated to in support of anp see
Urian school. .Resolve that neither
the Stato nor xatioc, nor both com -9
bined, shall support institu.t.JQno learn
mg other tha.n those ecrEcicnt to affordj
every childx growing np in the IandJ
the oprortnity c a good cotrcqn
school education, nnmixod with sectar
ian, pag!n or athei3tiral tenets, leave'
the master of religion to the family
alter, the Church and tho private
school supported entirely by private,
to the vision?
Sincere patriot, travs soldier, pure man
nered and purc-mindid citizen these aro
General Grant's titles to the respect and lore
of his countrymen now and forever. As
Franklin conceive. the Union and Washing-.
ton created it, to Grant preserved It. w,h85
nobler service has any hero of onr century
rendered to mankind?
Nor was General Grant the preserver el
he Union by tbe sword alone. Since tbe
word was sncethed'no one has dose more
ito revlvo fraternity among all the people-cf
the United 8tates. History wijl rscord ini
the world "will long remember these word.
among the last traced byhiawith pencil
after tpsech had failed:
I have witnessed since tnjr sickness Jest
what I have wished to see ever.since the
vr harmony aad go&d, fteling batweeaLtA
cctlocs." y.T. Hersjd.
C euvAy Beccvds.
The foliowiatc lustruiaswu hare beau
filed is the omce of the County Recorder.:
5EED6 WEIL ESTATE
Crane 9ros to Robert Crouch in
terest in lots 14, 18, 18, in block 5, Fair
A.TribsIct to D-soyi McGillis. oi
contributions. Feep the Church andfe ". to lot i? the tow ef Biabec;
State forever seperatc. With these T .
safeguards, I beleivc thq battles which! Jo'the case of 'the territory vs. Andy
created the Army of the TenucsseeJjjehaB) tlC cxamiQation was pestpoued
will not hays h -en fought in vain." Icnti: 2 p. m. Ycdncdij.
y of coc
e above c
e tie 20
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