Coroner's Jury- James Elder on jury.
f Coroner's Jury, An inquest on the body of Tennis L. iddUj, whose sudden death occurred uesday night, was held at the under,king parlors o£ D. 0. Bean & Son this lorning. The jary was composed of . P. Magee, O. Nelson, P.B. Relyea, V. H. Welch, James Elder and W.P. raig. Nightwatchman Read testified, but dded nothing material to the particu- rs already published. Dr. T. W^Erose waa called, anil testi- ed that he held an autopsy on the body nd found that the immediate cause of Bath was enlargement or hyperthrophy the heart, with valvular deficiency, found no bruises or marks of yio- ence on the body. The jury then rendered a verdict thai ie deceased came to his death from yperthrophy, or enlargement of the eart. The body has been removed from the ndertaking parlors to the residence of W. H. Naylor on Court street, from which plane the funeral will take place riday afternoon at Z o'clock.