All-man's Jair-us Frederick Emeigh, a highly, respect ed citizen of Roaring Spring, died at his home on Water street at 4 0 clock Tuesday afternoon, after a lingering illness of three years' duration., of tuberculosis. Mt. Emeigh was a son of John and Mary Emeigh, and was born on Piney Creek February 14, 1846. There he grew to young man hood and on January 1, 1879, married i.Miss Mary Herron, who survives him with the following children.; Mrs. Carrie Rough and Mrs. Annie Butler, of Roaring Spring; Lizzie, William, Harvey, Sylvester and George, at home. One brother and three sisters also survive: George Emeigh, Mrs. Maggie Moore and Mrs. Reuben Ott, of Martinsburg; Mrs. Matthew Bowser, Bowser, of Taylor township. Mr. Emeigh was an honest, industrious citizen, highly esteemed In the community and a devoted husband and father. He was a member of the Church of God and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. The funeral' service will take place this morning, leaving the home at 9 o'clock for the bethel of the Church of God, where service will be conducted by Rev. Dr. Sigler. In terment in Metzger's cemetery.