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 - 11.004 A GYPSY QUEEN Saved By a Delicate...
11.004 A GYPSY QUEEN Saved By a Delicate Operation Win. Bio Doaabae't Body. Mrs. William Harrison, the wife of tbe Chief of the tribe of gypsies which bear hi aame, underwent aj delicate and painful Operation at a private hospital on Walnut Hilts day before yesterday. It waa for tb ran-oval ran-oval ran-oval of a tumor from the abdomen, aad it ia said that It waa aneeeasfullr performed. . at ra. Harrison, whoj spent the Winter with her husband and hi followers ia tbe South, had beea complaining for some time, aad whea the camping ground ia Cumrnina-ville Cumrnina-ville Cumrnina-ville we reached last week a eoncultauoa of physJciana was held. They decided that hr trouble resulted Irom a turner, aad advised an operation as tn only mean of saving ner ii'. Tbe tumor removed weighed eight pounds. Harrison and hia people are now in camp near Oakley, and will reraaia in this vicinity until hia wife is well enough to "S.Y1 WUJ toe.nh,,Tb,n b ta The body of Winnie Gorman Oonaboe. wife , of Gypsy Ed Donahue, who died ia Tennessee several weeks ago. will, it is said, he brought to ummitisviH for burial on May & "Mas will be i celebrated at air. Patrick Patrick a Church . ea Blue Bock atreet,

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 29 Apr 1893, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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