Death of John Gorman
DEAD AT. LAST. bypsy Gorman's Battle Far 141 Is Oral .Eta XMad Ye.tes-day. Ye.tes-day. Ye.tes-day. John Gorman, who. from his roving disposition disposition was termed ""gypsy." although be had no connection whaterer with tbe race of tbat denomination, died at the home of his son on Dirr street, in Commlnsrille. shortly after tbe noon hour yesterday. - A week ago Ian Wednesday Tug EnQntut published a brief account ot tbe life of the supposed dying man. Uucelber with his picture. Tbe letter wss a faithful likeness and wa readily recognised wherever its original was known. Mr. Gorman rallied for a few days, and last Monday bia physicians, all of wbom were from the city proper, thought that there nilxbt be a chanc for recovery. Bat pneumonia followed tbe dreaded tvphoid. and yesterday at the hour stated tbe horse-desJnr. horse-desJnr. horse-desJnr. known all orer tbe eoauirr. Quietly passed to bis rest. Mr. Gorman was born in County Caran. Ireland, and was 2rs of age. His wife, whom be survived sevrrsl years. as also born in Ireland, and tbe two cam together to A mericji in 1S33. The deoaased leaves the fotlewlnt cbild ren : Hartley o . jnhn and Jam. (twins), Annie. Bridget, V tnnie and Magsi. Patrick (iorman.who. alihongh of th tare nam, waa of eoure not related to the deceased, deceased, married the dauchter irilget. while Miss Annie Imsnis tlie wife of Jack Haydi-n. Haydi-n. Haydi-n. who bears a. National reputation a a dealer and trader in horses- horses- Tb dseed waa a deront member of tb CatbolMt'bnrcb. and near bim in. his lat momenu. was Rev. Father Anderson, of 6t. Patrick Charcb. In Co mmins vtlle. James Gorman, a eouln of the aeoeased. and bis wife, of Tnn . ar hr to at- at- tsifu tut luncraj. .