Friends of Miss Emma Bower are grieved to learn of her serious illnebs. Ou Thursday last she left lier office suffering from au ulcerated tooth. The tooth was drawa Satnrday, bntthe nervous illness it occasioiied peemed to have penetrated the brain and in acute attack of neuritis developed. All the week her condition has been snch as to alarm her family and friends. Miss Margaret V. Bower and B. Frank Bower, the latter of the Cincinnati Tribune, were summoned home Wednesday evening, the former from Crystal Falls, this state, where f=he wis on Maccabee business. Miss Bower's condition was considered slightly improved this morning.