Gustav Rosenthal Obituary.
The bodV of Gustav Rosenthal, nraml- nraml- neat citizen of Baleish who died Friday siteraoon, was sent to rhiladelphi to night for burial -Monday -Monday afternoon at his old horn. Mr. Rosenthal had since 1885 been a member of the school board of Raleigh and had otherwise been prominent in the life of the city. He waa a native of Germany and lived' first in the north when be came to this country but a year or two before the war he came south, lived in Burlington aad identified himself with the Confederate cause and was at the headquarter Burlington. He came -to -to Raleigh -immediately -immediately after the war and had lived nearly 61 years this dty. He waa identified with the Swepson Cotton mills many yean and was the confidential adviser of George W. rjwep son. Hz. Kosenthal was engaged In cut ann maniifae'tnra menv veers and had Wary, interests hen. He waa 19 years f i j ma i v 2 L . x old, 68 of those years having beeif spent Suits country alter n came here trom ecktenbarg.&cnwerin, Germany. Mr. Rosenthal was a brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of Joseph Few, the Philadelphia multimillionaire multimillionaire who, died last year.