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There is terrible excitement here.
Yeloow fever is reported, and there is riot in our midst [riot refers to later story]. Bowers, Moore and Brown report the following cases of yellow fever this morning: Russell, manager of Western Union Telegraph office; L.
Sachs, Brown and McCoy have since died. Many of our citizens are leaving town, and seeking refuge in the country. The latest of these to join that innumerable caravan gone on before was Mr. Sachs, a resident of Weimar for the past thirty -nine years and at all times one of our most public spirited and enterprising citizens.
Sachs had been in ill health for the past several years. His illness was of a type that produced great suffering and brothers typewriter service center one except the patient and God himself will ever know the agonies this poor man endured through his many months of affliction. It became known several weeks ago that there was no hope for recovery for this good man, still when news of his death was wafted about our city early Saturday morning it caused many a pang of sorrow and deepest regret to pervade the hearts of all our people, for Mr.
Sachs was truly a good and muchly beloved man. His death occurred a few minutes after 11 o'clock Friday night. Funeral arrangements were made and the body transported to the Evangelical Church, where amid a great mass of people, mourning friends of the family, beautiful tributes were paid to deceased by Revs.
Piepenbrok of Schulenburg and Meyer of Weimar, an appropriate song service was also held, participated in by members of the various choirs of the city. From the church the funeral assembly wended its way to the Masonic Cemeterywhere all that was mortal of poor Herman Sachs was committed to the grave.
Attendance at the funeral was about the largest ever witnessed at a similar gathering in Weimar, an ample manifestation of the love the people of this section had for this truly good man. And there were many sad and sorrowing hearts In that assembly!
Active pall bearers at the funeral were Messrs. Sachs, was born in Germany May 19, He came to America at the age of 17 years, landing in Schulenburg Sept. His work took him to Oakland, where he lived for a number of years, following the trade of blacksmith.
On July 24,he was married to Miss Alvine Engels.
Three children were born to them, two sons dying In infancy. One daughter, now Mrs. Hilda Wern, resides at La Grange. Inthirty-two years ago, he moved to Weimar to follow his trade of blacksmith. He was a man of public -spirit, being for awhile chief of the Weimar Fire Department, an alderman of our city; was one of the founders of the Weimar Evangelical church, served for twenty-five years on the board of trustees, and was often its president.
He remained an active member of the church until the end, and one of his main grievances against his malady was that it prevented him from attending to his duties and services to his church.
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If we mistake not Mr. Sachs was also an almost life-long member of the Hermann Soehne Lodge. During the last three years he was repeatedly laid law with severe attacks of pain.
In spite of the best medical attention it soon became apparent that the deteriorating forces of the malady could not be checked. He passed away Friday night at the age of 67 years, 4 months and 11 days.
He leaves to mourn his departure his grief-stricken widow, his daughter, Mrs. Florence and George Wern, one sister, Mrs.
Christoph Kelky of Breslau, and numerous relatives and many, many friends. You always knew where Herman Sachs stood upon every question.
He was outspoken for what he considered right and just, yet he tolerated the opinions of others, conceding that they, too, bad a right to their belief. This showed the greatness, the big heartedness of the man. He was a public spirited man at all times, generous to a fault, an honest, honorable, upright citizen, one who never tailed to do his part by his community or fellow-man, always "a man among men.
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