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V. Newton Rice died Sept. 21, at his home in Ypsilunti. He was 52 years uld. The funeral was held Sept. 21. Mrs.Elizaboth Goodman, of Ypsilanti, died Sept. 22 after suffering severiil months from dropsy.. The deceased was 65 years olrt. Sho was the raothcr of thirteen chlldren. Her husband survives her. After a short illness Edward A. Cadieux died at his home Monciay night. He was oonnected with four of the frater-unies of thi.s city. The funeral took place trom St. Thomas church this morning. A wife and cbild remain to mourn bis loss. Lyell S. Nichols, of this city. died in Pittsburg, Priday, after a long struggle with typhoid ft.-, ver. He was buried Sunday, the funeral bein? held at tlie home of his mother, Mrs. II. A Nichols of Church stt-eet. The deeeaed was 19 years old. His brother, H. A. Nichols, of Chicago, carne here to attend the funeral. Miss Clara Lakowsky, aged 20 oars, 1 month and 3 days, daugbter of Itandolph Lakowsky of this city, died yesterday morning at the resldence of .1. Buechler on Seeond street. She had been in Ann Arbor for six weeks luking: treatment for consumption. Her retnains vvere sbippcd to Detroit lasv evening for interment in the Forest cemetery. - Times. Mrs. Mary Ann Starkweather died at her home in Y.-ipilanti, ast Friday morninj;. Mrs. Starkweather wi9 born at Waterville, Oneida county. Novv York. Sept. 22, 1819. Her maiden name was Newberry. On June 5, 1SIÏ9, she was married in Detroit to John Starkweather, and since 1841 she has lived continuously in or near Ypsilanti. Mr. Starkweather diod on Fcbrnary 2, 1883, and for the last ten years Mis Starkweather has made her home with Mr. and M'rs. H, Deubel, on Washington street The city of Ypsilanti is imlebted to Mrs. Starkweather for many gifts, aiiiiinfT which may bo mentioned the handsome drinkinpr fountain west of the bank buildine, the statuesurmounting; the Boldiers' monument, tho Starkweather Memorial chape] in Highland cometery, tho Ladioh' Library assooiation bniidinjr, the tino yennd piano in Si. Luke's church house and the Studente' Chrietian assoeiation buildins:,situated on the Nprinnl grounds. Asiip from these niasrulicent gifts, ' Mra. I Starkweather hn beeo most geperous in her coutributions tu the upbuildiQg ;:nd BUpport of cliuruh opganUatlons, both in Ypsihviti and otlier towns,


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