In Fairilt-Iil, Imvii. Bepr. 8d, 1881,01 y ¦ phoid rever and paralyala ,f ihe hmrt, Nathan I Thayi-r White, aged 41 jreA, 7 and N üiy Dcceased was bom and lived noarly all his lita ii I Ami Arbor Tuwn, two miles aaM of the city. Was I imirrkd to Miss I4vinla M. Poner, September 30th I 1850, who, witb four children, surviveí) hiiu. He ro I moved wiih lili family to Fairüeld, lowa, Marcb 2d I 1881. About two weeks ago he was taken sick with I typhoid fever, butthe linmediate canse of his death I was paralysis ot the hoart. He was respected by all I Frlendsand neighbors can each pay tributo to his I memory. The reiuainn were to have been forwardt't I to thls city lor interein'nt, hut it was Impossiblc. I Funeral services were held Sni day at 2p.m.