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poor suicfe our ot Or- Or- ot feilOw-creatur-. feilOw-creatur-. for uhs lores It to -10 -10 OU OO oo 70 Co 3i oo 80 fol- fol- tbe Mrs. Mrs. Fresbyte- for. Mrs. Ou $1; to o cents; pa Miss pa aud yes of Ryan, "Fig of tak repre- repre- state that tbey DEATH OF M12S. BKAMLETTE. JL Well-Knonn Well-Knonn Well-Knonn Kentucky Lady Passes Anay at the Norton In-flriuurjr. In-flriuurjr. In-flriuurjr. Mrs. Mary Graham Brauilette, widow of Gov. Thomas E. Bramlette, died yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at tbe John N. Nor ton Memorial Infirmary, of bypoetatio poeii mooia. Tbe deceased went to tb Infirmary svral weeks ago for tb advantage ot tb skillful treatment and nursing afforded by tiiis institution. It was thought that sbe might recover in time, but two days ago sbe began to sink, ana toe symptoms grew ranidlv worse until death cam, and sbe auietly passed away. Mrs. Bramlette was tb second daughter of tb lat Dr. C. C. Graham. Her sisters ar Mrs. Akin, ot Woodford county; Mrs, Dr. J. J. Cook, of this city, and Mrs. J. C. 3. Blackburn, of Woodford. A brother, Montrose, resides in Texas. Her ouly son aod surviving child, Thomas E. Adam, is under appointment of tb Government in Montana. Mrs. Bramlette was widely known, and was noted for ber beauty, in telligence and sweetneaa ot disposition. Sb ras a universal favorite in society, and. a member of tbe Presbyterian Church for many years, and died iu that faith. 11 or first nubana was i nomas 1U Ad am, of sw Orleans, wita whom sbe lived hsppily in that city for sixteen years. There were three children born to them. On the death of ber busband sbe removed to Kentucky, and in lb2 was married to Gov. Bramiette aad became a resident ot this city. After his death sbe resided in Woodiord county and oaratoga, Ji. Y. . For tb last two year sb has been a great sufferer and sought relief from pain in travel. She came to ber beloved Kentucky to die among ber kindred, who loving bauds will lay ner away to rt. Th remains will be removed to tbe residence of her brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, brother-in-law, liev. J. J. Cooke, Ko. 1.O10 Eighth street. and will be placed in tbe vault at Cave Hill cemetery on bunaey. Du notic of tb funeral services will be published. Tbe pail- pail- bearer wilt be ex-uov. ex-uov. ex-uov. iuke f . J31ckburn, Hon. Aiired x. i ope, oi. tu 1. uurrett. Col. Marc Murdy, CoL Thomas P. Hays and Air. v . n eiier. Another Mountain I.