A touching" incident in conucc-j Ition with thff»-4effirHi'of-nh'e child ; ■ of^Wm."^X. 'Black, superintendent! :of the 3ttfve'-and heading- mill, j was --the'/outspoken sorrow of the j menTbt Mr. Black, showing the I . cordial relationship existing be- j i twe"en them. The men showed their.sympathy by requesting the mill be shut down for two days, though they expected to be the losers hereby. 'At the funeral some beautiful flowers were sent! by the employes of the mill. Much sympathy is expressed for Mr. aed Mrs. Wm. T. Black in the- death of their youngest child and only sou, which occurred on Sun-, day morning at two, o'clock. Both father and' mother, who were: greatly devoted to the child, have! been almost prostrated since their i affliction. Funeral services were j held at the house on Tuesday morning,' ,at which/ Rev. A. W. \ Maddox and Rev. 'W. D. Aubrey.] officiated. . The remains were taken, by the family to K lino re, Ohio, on Tuesday where inter¬ ment will be held.-—Tuppcr Lake X. Y. Herald. 3"t-MV}0
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