IN MEMOIUAM. .
Y Once more death has entered Genoa I Hive-and taken one'of its beloved members, Mrs. Alice C .Black, died | at her father's home, near Genoa, Nov. 16.1900. ';-•";.' '_ ^ l
Mrs. Alice Black, neeCasheu. wife
j(-tnx~rrnhick", who, formerly run a
.general store here some years ago,
Sidled at the home of her dither, Mr. N
|Cashen, on Friday evening' of last
J week. The funeral occurred at the
■German church.Sunday morning at
10 o'clock, Rev. Ul'ttlili officiating,
and the burial occurred in the Wood-
;ville cemetery. Mrs; Black had been
badly troubled with the headache for
the past several months, and has'tried
numerous remedies. On the above
imorning she had a severe attack and
iWhen her fatherretiiniedjhonie. in the
(evening he found her lying on the
floor unconscious. Medical aid was
secured, but she never rallied. She
leaves a father and two children to
fjuotiru her loss.
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