John Waggoner Death Notice
JOHX WACiCiOHEIt DEAD. Deatsi mt mm Old, WeH-Kaewn WeH-Kaewn WeH-Kaewn Besides)! r Tbla city. Trade 'John Waggoner," sa be waa familiarly familiarly called, a wall-known wall-known wall-known aad highly respected respected eltlsea of the West End, died at bla residence. No. XB Richmond street, at flvs o'clock Isst evening, of gangrene la the foot. About four weska ago Mr. Waggoner, who waa a vary large man,' wslghlng considerable ovsr two hundred pounds, attempted to Iet - on the front platform of a ,lnn-elreet ,lnn-elreet ,lnn-elreet oar In motion, snd a coal -cart -cart coming from the opposite direction running sgslnst tilm pushed him against tbs ear. badly maahlng bla right foot. Tbe Injured maa was removed to his boms, and every means that human skill could smploytossvs his Ills wars resorted to, bat gangrene set In, and, notwithstanding ths physicians operated upon tbs bruised foot several tlmea, tbs old gentleman grew gradually Worse, and breathed bis Isst yesterday afternoon. John Waggoner, who was a bricklayer by trade, was born in ttouroon lounty, .en-tocky, .en-tocky, .en-tocky, In 1304, took up bis residence In this city fifty-three fifty-three fifty-three ysars ago, aad haa lived hers svsr since. The old gentleman was ot a genial, sociable disposition, and wss well rikadhv all who knew him. Hs was at all tlmss full of fun, and Invariably kind and pleasant to svery one. Hs Isaves an estate worth several thousand dollars. Ths funsral will take place from ths family residence, K0.2W Richmond street. Wednesday morn ing at tea o'clock.