Last Suturday morning, Fel). -20th, Annie E., wife of Dr. W. W. Xichols, of this city, died after a lingenng illness, with consumption. The deceased was born in Clinton Co., N. Y., was 40 years and 11 montlis old, and leaves a husband and two cliildren, Miss Hattie 17 years of age, and little Anna Belle, aboiit two years of age, besides many wurm friends to mourn her loss. She was attacked witli this dread d9ease several years ago, but for the past three years has gradually declined, and since November last has not been able to leave her h ouse. She was a patiënt suíierer, a loving mother, a kind and noble wife. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols caine to Ann Arbor In 1871, friendless and pen uil esa, they having been robbed of erery parti cle of their earthly possessions by a flre that swept out of existence all of the villajee of Holland, except a dozen or so dwellings. This occurred the same night of the great Chicago flre. But they soon wou for tuemsolves a warm place In the affections of many of our people. The funeral services were held at the M. E. church Smulay afternoon, at 3 o'clock, llev. W. V. Ramsey ofiaciating. The rcmains were taken to Forest Ilill cemetery tor interraent.