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Heart Disease (Causes the Death of One of Mellersburg'a Best-Beloved Ladies.
Subject to the Ailment for Year?, Mra. CoraDold Suddenly Passes Away.
CAPT. JAMES M. PMlLiLiPS.
A Useful ... was the death of Mrs. Cora l)ola,wii'e of Elias Dold, at his residerce in Sel-lersburg Sunday morning', at o'clock. Her husband was atDsent from home at the time, having been to St, Louis. JDuring 'he night Miss ... I to purchase a school library. - MIm Mattte Forbes, who was called e by the death of her sister, IdiEs Forbes, returned to Omaha , taking with her the son ol . brother, Wm. Forbra. ' music and words ... was received Monday night, by Thomas Sparks, to the effect that his brother-in-law, Capt. JamesM. Phillips had ..."
"...was in the CoatesviUe wneck, died of the shock at the time his train laft the track.
Frightened to Denth.
Sellersul-kg, Ind., Feb. 5.—Mrs. CoraDold was friglitened to death, being arou.sed late at night bv noises she ... .sagai.
Independent reports have it that from CO to 70 of the Portuguese were killed and many wounded.
Briti.sh and German men-of-war are in readiness to protect the subject.s of then respective cotmtries should ... struck them as it passed, and both were instantly killed.
iMichael R.iry died while on the wav to the hospital, and tho others taken there are: Thomas Casey, Herbert Smith, William Morton, John Nelson ... , tlie engineer; Martin Reagan and Hemy Butler. colored. All but..."
"...the gentle family laxative Symp of Figs.
Ohlldr^nOryfor Pitcher's Castorla.
The DIME CONCERT tomorrow, Tuesday night, at the Park Church will be a high class affair.
Mrs. CoraDold was frightened to death at 3 ... . G. Ragon, of the Louisville Mail Line Company and will re3ide here.
John Hanger, father of Mrs. John W. Whalen, of this city, died yesterday at his home in Salem, Ind., after a long illness. He was 82 ... yesterday by Officer Lannehan for loitering. They were released this morning on promise to leave the city.
The funeral of Lilian, daughter of J. fklward Meyers, took place yes terday afternoon at his home ... was fined $13 30 by Justice Rich* ards.
George Alexander, sexton of the colored cemetery has been discharged by the Regents and..."