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Day
15
Month
April
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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George M. Cleveland died at bis home 733 E. University ave. Friday. The remains wre taken to Springfield, Mass., ior interment. Mts. Barbara Sacbs, wife of John Saobs, of 538 S. First st, died at her home Wednesday of the grip. The funeral servioes will be held this aftern-oon at 2 o'clook. GrifSth D. Owen died at his home on Lawrenoe st. Thnrsday of last week. His remains ver3 taken to Newark, Ohio, Friday for intermeut. He leaves a wife and ohildren. Mrs. Jacob Hiller died in Elkton, Huroa oonnty, Friday nigbt aged 107 years. Her hasband is alao sick and not expected to live. He is 109 years old. The aged conple bad been married nearly 80 years. Mrs. Abigail H. Gower died this moming about 3:30 at her home 508 Hjscock st.. where she lived with her da'ugbter Miss Clara Gower, aged 84 years. She was the motber of C. A. Gower, of Lansing, formerly superintendent of the Reform iáchooJ. Her remaïtjH will be taken to Lansing for in{erment tomorrow morniög at 8:48 ó'ulook over the Ann Arbor road. MÍ89 May E. Taylor, a resident of Aun Arbor for eight years, died in Cbioago quite suddenly oü Friday last. Miss Tayíor was a gradúate of tbe Ann Arbor bigb sohool and subaequently spent thtee years in stndy at tbe nnise-rsity when sbe went to Cbicago. Sbe was president of the Woman's League in 1895-96. Since removing to Cbioago ene has oarried on musioal study, and was tbe instructor in musio in tbe üuiversity of Chioago Klementary Sobool. Mrs. Zenus Bard, died yesteiday morning at her home 212 S. State st., aged 76 years. Mrs. Burd bad not been well for a loug time, but the immediate óause of ber deatb was beart disease. Fivedaugbters and three sons sarvive ber. Mrs. Burd was beloved liyallwho, had the pleasure of her aoquaiutanóe, not ouly by her old friends bot by yonng peopie, in whose society sbe took particular pleasure. The funeral services will be held at the house fcomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clook Rev. B. L. MoBlroy officisting.