base ball the Rockville i n e and ten l a bay Car- u case of e n - Death of a Former Resident.--Mr. Luther T. 0. Frazier, received information here this morning that his brother-in-law, Mr. William Renner, of Baltimore, died in that city six and seven o'clock a. m., today typhoid fever. The deceased" was m i r r i e d t o Miss Lola Fazier Evan. Lutheran church, this city, few months ago, and scarcely had orange blossoms fallen from'her when she is made a widow. Mr. Renner was about 25 years of was a y o u n g man of character, and was highly esreemed by a wide circle of friends and pan-oi=. For a long time he was the employ of Mr. A. C. Lirentz.- =tu:o!iary e=tabli=hment, Xorth Market Market *tr^t. He was a member of Junior Fire company.