I city, of Frederick, houses the $18.000 a man, declare It the with and harmonized arrangement. along a hunted spot His Why face in a have THE WORK OF DEATH. MKS. LliLIE it. FORREST. Mrs. Llllle it. Forrest, the young widow of Charles W. Forrest, who was crashed to death by the cars while employ of the B. O. Railroad ?any at Brnnswlck, this county, on 21st of September last, died about 11 o'clock last Monday night, at her In Brunswick. Mrs. Forrest had been delicate health for several years past, was subject to spells of severe Illness. the time of her husband's tragic death was quite 111, and could not"be present tils funeral, which occurred In Middletown Middletown on BTpt. 2Sd. She was a of John W. Tounklns, of New Baltimore, Baltimore, a few miles southwest of Middletown, and spent the past winter at father's residence, returning to her borne In Brunswick In the spring, improved In health. Sometime ago she was again taken ill, but was supposed be fast recovering. Her father visited her on Saturday last and one of her brothers on Sunday, and were pleased to observe her apparently improved condition. She was up and walking about the house on Monday, that evening was taken suddenly 111 died at 11 o'clock. Her case, it Is was a puzzling one to the physicians. Mrs. Forrest was about 23 years of and she leaves two small children. funeral took place from the Reformed Church in Mlddlelown Thursday morning, morning, Rev. A. W. PMlhonr officiating. Interment was in the Reformed cemtery, beside the remains of her lately husband. The funeral was a large one. The husband of the deceated lady, at the of his death, was a member of the of Red Men, Knights of Pythias and Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, each of these orders detailed six men accompany her remains to the grave. 3EK3. SAKE. Mrs. Elizabeth Sank died In Baltimore yesterday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Kyan. Death ensued from general debility. Deceased was the 72ad year of her age. The will be brought to thia city via R. on Monday at 11 30 a. m. and ment will be made at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.