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Horace B. Claflin, the gr^at dry goods prince olf New York, died Satur day afcerdoon between 8 ... %r to leave the ooanjtry for |5,(MKI Qol being accepted. Blel formed the u]|riiiing which led to bis death. Gmiéal; M iddleton, commapd-lug th«) Dott^nlón millltla, after miioh skirmishing knd Ughtlug, routed ... Charles I'lames la teallng the furnace» of th»f new crematory Bt Mt. Olivet cemetery. Bishop Cole'« cormervatlre view of Christian burial and tho unexpected Buccess of I he Uni ted States Crematory society ... , liiS.OOO of whose $35,000 of required capital ban already been..."
"...the previous week.
Since the New York election removals and appointments in the Government service have averaged 2,000 a week.
Horace B. Claflin, the merchant prince of Now York City, died suddenly Saturday ... in the Indian Territory has been so ' groat that cattlemen are discouraged at the outlool;:. They say the loss of stock piust be great.
Ex-Senator William Sharon died in San Francisco, California, Saturday ... ,-(WO by the death of his aunt, Mrs. Mary Ann Thurlow, of London.
The will of General G. B. McClellan leaves his estate to his wife and at her death to his two children (son and daughter) in equal shares ... continuance of His divine Cincinnati on Monday la«t. to r.ttend
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"...arising from this contest, which has been progressing a long time, hastened hi� death. Mr. Horace B. Claflin, a leading New York dry goods merchant, died November 14 of paralysis^ aged 74. . [X- James ... for tbe Blind, died at his homo in New York City October 27th, aged sixty-seven years. His life was mainly devoted to ameliorating the condition of the Blind. Madame Adelina Patti is engaged to marry Signor ... � Mr. Barrett, who will control all details of Mr. Booth?s tour. _j__I Mr. William Sharon, formerly Senator frou* Nevada, one of the men who made fortunes from the silver mines of the Comstock Lode, died ... tQ by 9. Her saloon is finished in hard woods, and.hand* somely upholstered. She was built in 1880, and cOw. a lot of money, ' ' Bridget Farley, the..."
".... On your hand in them, and as bright as Wednesday he was at his place of busi diamonds, is one of the most remarkable combinations of chemicals ever analyzed. Mr. Horace B. Claflin, whose death occurred ... , Kansas. The wife A quartz mill near Negauneo, Mich., of Dr. J. M. Bowers died recently un� has within the past year produced $25, der suspicious circumstances. It was Zfg*T'"*T discovered that she had ... secretary for tho ensuing year. Horace B. Clavmn, tho head of the well-known dry goods house of H. B, Claflin Co., New York, died at 3 p, m Thursday at his country home at Ford ham. His death was sudden ... :\rae for himself and his house for christian character and generous acts. He died at the ripo age of 74,..."
"...irom the officers df the road by 3 oclock this after President Breed of the road is out o will return in season to give an BECAUSE HE DESERTED HORACECLAFLIN Funeral Services Held in Plymouth Henry Ward ... Beccliers Touching Words Move an Audience to All Hew York Dry Goods Stores Closed During the November people attended tho funeral of Horace Uric mm the dead to from his late residence in 1ierropont Glallins ... was epresouted at tho aud tho Mer chants Club had n committee iu attcnd composed of Woodbury Hail aud Tlie funeral services in accordance with tho express wishes of tho family wore There was no public service ... were singularly im pressivo and touching ami caused many a tear to llow from tho oyos of his lieocher as ho fraiuonlly raiNod his handkerchief to his eyes to staunch tho How of ..."
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DEATH OF A MERCHANT PRINCE.
Claflin, the Great Now York Dry Goods 3Ian, Passes Away. New York, Nov. 10. —Horace ... B. Claflin died at o'clock Saturday afternoon at Fordhaui, N. Y., his country residence, of paralysis. He was born at Milford, Mass., in 1811, and came to New York in IS-t:^ where he started a dry ... . The stroke that ended in his death came suddenly, and medical aid, which was hastily summoned, proved unavailing. Mr. Claflin was one of the original twenty-one trustees of Plymouth church and was an active ... . The funeral will bo held from his late residence in Brooklyn, 53 Pierrepont street, at 13 o'clock Tuesday.
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cf KW York, Nov, Id ... .—-Tile death of Horace B. (JI.ill iii ban thrown more gloom over commercial circlea than any like event ainee the death of Cen. Grant.
Mr. ClaHiu'R death wan midden, and occurred al B o’clock Saturday evening ... * and clone to that building. There were 70 odd houudn in the pack, he nay a, and a large
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