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LESLIE- In Webster town, May 22, 1884 of consumption, William J. Leslie. aged 26 years 6 months and 13 days. Funeral Sunday at 1 p. m. at the house.
MURRAY - In the town of Salem, Mav 23 1884, of dropsy, Louisa Murray, wife of Phileman H Murray, aged 43 years, 9 months and 25 days. Funeral Sunday at 10:30 A.M.
SQUIER - In the town of Pittsfield, May 26, 1884, of liver complaint Thnrca Squier. aged 71 years. Funeral to-day at 2 p m.. at the house. Deceased has lived in Pittsfield many years.
COAKLEY - In this city, May 26m 1884, of dropsy, Mabel daughter of Rev and Mrs D. L Coakley, aged 16 years Remains were taken to Allegheny City Pa.
HUIZENGA - In the Sixth ward, fay 26, 1SS4, Airs B lluizcnga, aged 2S years and 11 months Krinains were taken to Zeeland, Aiich. vesterd.iy.
RICHARDS. At Florence, Ilnly. April 3dth, ufter a stiort Illness. A. E. Richards, brother of Dan Richards, of I'iuckney, Mloh. aud E, Kiclianls, of Dover. 'Tliedeceased liml long been a resident of I'laquemin.La.. butat tlie breaking out of the ar lelt for Europa, wbere bc has sluce resided, maklag occusional vislts bome. Highly ediicted, possessing rare tacnts as a üuguist, be waaablfl to avall hlmself of all the advautages oflered by the old world to the student and antiquarian. Spending tlie summer usually at the sea-rj ; üMtrocirt alü me reinaiuder oí tho year, as long as hls liealtn peiinitled, In n.aking excurslons to Oermany, Kiauce, Holland and Switzerland. Many are the be.utiful plctures skelcbed by I) s ready pen. Italy, however, possesstd peculiar channs for biin, aud the different cities visited lrom inie to time, enabliug him araongolher pleasures to graft bis love for Numismatics The large at d valuable collecLIons made by hitn being pi'esented to hls relatlves and different institutions of learniug. The Unlversity at Ann Arborisenriched by nearly two thousand colns and metíais oígreai value, some daling back over two thousand years before the Chrlstlan era. As professor of Numismatics and Archseology hewasenabled to make selections of grcat inerit. A tnember of thePresbyterlan churcli Irora boyhood, an earnest devoted Christian, his life was a glorlous success, and when In Florence, beaullful city of flowers, "Death, the crowa of üfe,''came to hlru it found hlm ready. A frleud present wrlting of the event says, "The day was oue of those perfect Italian spring days when everything breathed of peace as we deposlted tho flower ladeued coffln In a lovely part of the Protestant cemetery. The brothers and sisters at the old homestead to wtiom through all the years of absence he has tnrned love and sympathy will miss hini Badly. Tnis is the seeond tliat has been removed from the family circle lu a hort time; Frant McDonald, a sister's hufband, lies bnried in Colorado, but "The dear departed gone before To that unkuown and sllent shore Hure we shall meet as heretofore Some 8ummer moruing.1'