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 - has give it elected and evening a slight attack...
has give it elected and evening a slight attack of neuralgia set in --an afll'ietion Mrs. Brubaker has beeu subject to, more or less," for some time. Her physician, Dr. Melxger, was called called and administered to her relief, leaving her about half past ten in comfortable condition and w i t h o u t single apparent, dangerous symptom. But at 11 oc'lock she' experienced a difficulty in b r e a t h i n g and the nurse to call Mr. Brubaker and the children. Before they could reach her bedside, her spirit quietly and w i t h o u t a p a i n f u l struggle the other laud. Frequent attacks of rheumatism and neuralgia had long ago led Mrs. Jim baker to think her d«ath would be; very sudden, and so renlity at last confirmed prediction, Mrs. Brubaker was Mian Mary Tucker, Tucker, daughter of tho late Aibigence W. Tucker, of New London, Conn., and was married to Mr.' Brubaker, April i!9, · isny. She was the mother of n i children-- six sons and three daughters --all living, vi/,: Georire ' W. S., Nellio, Harry, Mary, Bessie, Waldo, Fred., Mercer and Allen, born in the order named. The rearing of this large family and the constant pressure of domestic duties made ( h e homo the kingdom of H r u b a k c r . Though k n o w admired in society and w i t h hosts friends, she yet made the. home circle so embrace" all other obligations that life was summed up in the affectionate affectionate d u t i e s of wife and mother. ; TRADE ITEMS, 5th, be the City and and the the bad 50 M. lor, ;

Clipped from The Cambridge City Tribune29 Sep 1892, ThuPage 3

The Cambridge City Tribune (Cambridge City, Indiana)29 Sep 1892, ThuPage 3
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