Death of Harmon B. Ruger bailiff of the Court 30 Dec 1894

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Death of Harmon B. Ruger bailiff of the Court 30 Dec 1894 - Secretary J. E. Brewster, H. M. Kinsley,...
Secretary J. E. Brewster, H. M. Kinsley, brilliant but broken-hearted broken-hearted broken-hearted Steele Mac-kaye, Mac-kaye, Mac-kaye, and poor Ben King are numbered with the silent majority. The most prominent prominent deaths that have occurred during the year are enumerated below. January. Rev. David B. Cheney, first pastor of the Fourth Baptist Church : Professor Daniel Wilkins. superintendent of the Washing-toniau Washing-toniau Washing-toniau Home; Professor Walter M. Tan-quarv. Tan-quarv. Tan-quarv. College of Physicians and Surgeons: Dr. Charles Gilman Bratth, consulting physician of Women's and Children's Hospital: William Mackie, fireman: Dr. J. B. Wheeler, dentist; George W. Lyon, pioneer musical dealer; Orrin D. Sickler, restaurant keeper; Dr. Edwin L Birdsell, physician; Joseph Livesey, pro-prietor pro-prietor pro-prietor of ironworks; George Worthington Cobb, esrly member of Board of Supervisors: Supervisors: Dr. Francis P. Van Valkenbere. physician; D. W. Irwin, Board of Trade: Alderman J. X. Mulvihill, member of City Council from the Seventeenth Ward ; Lieutenant Lieutenant Frank S. Allen, commanding Battery Battery D, L X. G. (died in Los Angeles. Cal.); Edward Casey, contractor; William Me-glade, Me-glade, Me-glade, lumberman: M. L. Satterlee, retired retired merchant; Arthur Bunting, musician: Judge James Miller, retired lawyer: Charles Arado, detective, killed by officer. February. John E. Brewster, secretary Washington Park Club; William S. Everett, justice: Captain Xels Peterson, lake captain: Xoah E. Gary, chancery lawyer. Wheaton: Augustus Augustus Bauer, architect: Edward Keboe. ex-alderman; ex-alderman; ex-alderman; Benjamin Berry, Justice of peace at Evanston; Abraham Gottlieb, expert expert civil engineer; James K. Martin, former member of Board of Trade and veteran veteran of Mexican war; E. K. McPherson. druggist; Rev. Bernardus de Bey, oldest Dutch clergyman of Chicago; Mrs. Mvra Bradwell. editor of the Legal Xem; Sister Aiblna Hummert, heroic smallpox nurse: Edward James, printer; Peter Mahr, ex-alderman; ex-alderman; ex-alderman; Max PUtz. photographer; Steele Mackaye, actor and author: Sebastian Sebastian Anderson, manufacturing jeweler; Rev. Dr. R. W. Patterson, eminent divine and lecturer: Mr. George R. Grant, writer and founder of the Twentieth Century Club. March. Dr. W.F. Poole, librarian of Xew berry Library; Library; Theodore Guenthcr, ex-county ex-county ex-county commissioner; Edward Williamson, ex-baseball ex-baseball ex-baseball player: Rev. Charles Mochin, Congregational clergvman for sixty- sixty- vears, Hyde Park: Cnarles E. McDonald, hotel man; John Weckler, an old pioneer; pioneer; Solomon Thatcher, Jr., leading Methodist, real estate dealer; Richard C. Hannah, well-known well-known well-known traveler and clubman; clubman; Hugh A. White, lswyer; Thomas Lonergan, ex-county ex-county ex-county commissioner; Major William Xevans, famous bandmaster; Mrs. Mary Matteson, widow of the late ex-Governor ex-Governor ex-Governor Matteson. April. John Swigart, proprietor of the Illuttrated Century; Mrs. Marv S. Smith, early pioneer; pioneer; George W. Flanders, commission business: Harmon B. Ruger, bailiff of the Cnited States Circuit Court since lfr4S; Ben King, the Michigan poet and humorist (died in Kentucky!; Charles W. triggs, attorney; Mrs. Elizabeth A. Mills, prominent in temperance work: Abraham Strauss, wholesale clothier; Rev. Edwin Cone Bissell, professor professor in the McCormlck Theological Seminary; Seminary; Rev. Silas B. Gilbert retired Baptist Baptist clergyman, Austin; Orlando II. Cheney, assistant city engineer; William Buscbman, old settler; Dr. W. H. Ha worth, ghvsician; Edward E. S. Eagle, grocer: J. . Culver, earlv settler; Mrs. Julia Barker Way man, early settler; Benjamin M. Lewis, former president of the Lehigh Valley Valley Railroad; Benjamin M. Johnston, Joseph Kirkland,

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  1. The Inter Ocean,
  2. 30 Dec 1894, Sun,
  3. Page 15

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