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Front. hats. Wilson, your goods Co. Co.'s Co. Front. suitable on-iti-law, Mr. George 8. Christy. Indiana '· iS 18 /? H . - Lever 600d, formerly th wid- E A stock' DEATHS. KANE-On December U. 1878. in this borough, Miss Sarah Kane, aged about 19 years. LEVERGOOD-On the 13th inst.. at the of her son-in-law "- " ·· TM · · - - u - c Pa., Mrs. Louisa I = ow of Rev. N. G. Sharrets. Mother Levergood was, by birth, a Miss Spottswood, born at Carlisle, Pa., on the 13th or' 1806; where also, under the minlstratrations of late Father Benjamin Kellar, she made a profession of religion, and was confirmed a member tbe Evangelical Lutheran Church. Endowed by nature with an amiable disposition she developed, under the power of the religion Christ, into a. beautiful, eymmetric.il Christian character, which she sustained unsullied to her dying hour. In October. 1827. she was Joined in holy with Itcv. N. G. Sharrets, then pastor of the English Lutheran church, of this borough There were b jrn to her two sons and one daughter, sUil survive her. On i, the iTM atl {, of He , v - Shar «-ts, the 31st of December, 183t, she was left H widow in charge little family. On the 4th of Mny. 1852, after a widowhood ot nearly seventeen yr;ars. she was mar- Vi?-.,. 1 ?,ilon. Peter Levei'good. of Johnstown. Pa. With him she lived in hapiiy unison for about years, when, bv his death, on t'leZiJth ol July, she was again left a widow. From that time to her death, on Friday, December 13,1878, she made hcrhome with her son-in-law Mr. George Christy, The most prominent features of her disposition was benevolence. She was aflectionately devoted to her cuiluren ; her solicitude for their eternal welfare possessed her to her el using hour. She wasi deeply devoted to her Church, which supported liberally with her means and prayers i?J?i er , V 10688 ^ 00 wa3 Prostrated about two weeks, sue kne.* that the time of her departure was at hand.nnd so committed herself, with calmness and peace, into the care of her Saviour and she hn- gone to meet Him n glory »""«. r«i A 1 i n i neral took plilco °" Monday. December 16. \ i' v \i lrass J 3S1 wor S mudc l -y EeT8 - c T - Stock and A . c . iCiu-enfeld. 1'rayer i.nd Scripture reading, respectively, by Rev. Bell, i.astor. and Dr. Uall, Peace to her precious dust. COM.

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  1. The Indiana Progress,
  2. 19 Dec 1878, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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