Jeremiah Jacobs an old and higbly respoeted farmer of Northfleld, died at Whitmoie Lake, Sunday night, of pneumonía, after only a few days sickness. He had lived in Michigan abont 60 years and at the time of bis death was nearly 88 years of age, having been born in Madison connty, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1810. He first looatsd iu Nortbfleld in 1865 on a farm of 156 aores of land. Mr. Jaoobs was never niarried and for several years past had lived with his nieoe. John W. Cuwan, of Pittsfield, who had been a sufferer for a long time ilied Thursday of last week. The funeral was held fiom the honse of Jobn Forshee in th Fifth ward, Saturday, and the bnrial was in the Dixboio cemetery. He was 43 years old. Chester R. Bond, wboso family live in this city, died on Snnday last at Holyoke, Mass. Mrs, Bond is away in Georgia with her daugbter Maud who is iu poor health, bnt the oFdest daughter Miss Ceoile Bond left for the east Monday to attend her father's funeral. Besides his wife and the two danghters above uamed, two other childreu sorvive him. Adolphus Craig Broek died at his home on Chapiu st., Satnrday uipht ahont 12 o'clook of consnmpiton. Up to the time of his fatal illness he was foreman iu JohnBaumgarduer's marble works, and was a fine and inteliigenc workman. His wife and two children survive him. The funeral services were held at the house Tuesday afternoon aud were couducted by Kev. J. W. Bradshaw. His remains were iuterred in Forest Hill ceiuetery. Mr. Bruok carried an insnrance of $4,000 on his life divided equaJly in the A. O. U. W., Modren Woodmen, Cohuubiaa League aud a New York Mutual oompany.