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BEAL- At his home In Northvllle, Wayne Co., Miofa.. " Tuesday, July Hst, Joseph Heal, ai?ed59 years, 9 montlis, o( dlseaae of Mie lunes. The deceased was boni in Macedón, Wayne Co., X. Y. in 1825, and cnme to MicliiL'iui lo lí33, tirst settling in Washtenaw Oonnty. He had been ill for some time, :ind dcath did not come unexpectedly, yet it is an event that we are never pi epared for, no matter bow great a warnin we may have of ita approach. A widov, one son and ilz daugliters are Ie ft to mourn the loss of i kind husband, an atlcclioiiate fullicr. Mr. Bel was a brother of the late Rice A. Beal, of Aun Arbor; also of A. R. Beal, of Uexler; Euene E. Beul, of Ann Arbor; Mis. J. E FieUl, of Alpena; and Mrs.G. J. Daniels, ofPlalDfleia. 15y patiënt and untiring industry hebad aoquired a handsome property, thus leavin;{ liis family in comfortable clremustances. Funeral services wlll bc heltl from the family residence in Northville, Timisday, July 23d, at 3 o'clock p. m. SNYDER- In the townRhlp of Webster, on Sitlurdiiy, July ntli, 1885, after an llluewi of fuur days nf dlplitlieria, Mable I., only iiuiiKliii'i' of (,'llnton .1., and Abble i. 8nyder. Am-d 8lx years, two monthH, and eighteen days. How wc miss our darling Mabel ; Oh ! our grief no tongue can tcll ; She is sfc in anel's keeping, Jesus called her, all is welt. Softly slceps In peaceful slumber. Whilc so pure, so ypunff, so fair, Where deatli and parting cometh never, I-S her sleep on swectly there.