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J Ohio of near Clark Troy.O. posse Covington, to Friday arms and was Offi negro the policeman by the years, by his the P. Taken by Death. Clayton R. Graves, proprietor of the Colonial Hotel, Hanover, died on Thursday Thursday morning following a stroke of paralysis on Sunday previous. He had been for the past several weeks with neuralgia of the heart. He was aged 58 years, months and 26 days. The deceased born near Huuterstown, a sou of the Henry Graves, who was killed in a accident when his son was an infant. Graves went to Hanover, 19 years took charge of the American House. After eight years, he built the Colonial which he had conducted for the past years. Thirty-six years ago, he was married to Miss Annie Wolford, of Hunterstown, Hunterstown, who survives with two sons: W. Graves, at home, and Harry I. of Philadelphia; sdso one sister, Mrs. nie Little, of York, and two step-brothers lohn Dundore and Jacob Dundore, Hanover, and Mrs. John Riley, a step-sister, step-sister, of New York.