ROCKFORD, 111.. Fob. 3.-CoI. 3.-CoI. 3.-CoI. Thomas C. Lawler, former comnander-ln-chlef comnander-ln-chlef comnander-ln-chlef comnander-ln-chlef comnander-ln-chlef of the Grand Army of the Republic, died today. Col. Lawlor's winding sheet will be a flag given him by-citizens by-citizens by-citizens of LouLs-vitlc, LouLs-vitlc, LouLs-vitlc, Ky.. In 1305, when he and Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, a Confederate officer, were guests of honor at a banquet banquet In Louisville. ' JACKSON, ' Tenn.. Feb. 3. -(Special. -(Special. )-Mrs. )-Mrs. )-Mrs. Anne O'Connor, wife of (he late Hon. James. O'Connor, died early today at her home on South Roynl street. Sho was born March 1, 1831, In Patrick County, Va. She .was a. member of the First Baptist Church for more' than a half centiiry and a good woman. " She leaves throe daughters daughters and ono son. HICKMAN, Ky., Feb. S.-fSpeclal.) S.-fSpeclal.) S.-fSpeclal.) Mrs. Mallssle Alexander died at her home near Woodland, seven miles from here, after a lingering illness of consumption. She was C9 years, old and a devout Christian, Christian, having belonged to the Baptist Church for over fortv years. Burial was had at Mt. Zlon Cemetery. She leaves two daughters and a son. CLARKSVILLE, Tenn., Feb. 3.-(Spe-clal;) 3.-(Spe-clal;) 3.-(Spe-clal;) 3.-(Spe-clal;) 3.-(Spe-clal;) Mrs. -Thomas -Thomas Jackson died at her noma in south (JiarKsviiio atter a short illness of nneumonln. She was TO' vears old. She is survived by a husand and six children, four living here, and William Jaokson, of Nashville, and Mrs. Emmons, of Jonesboro, Ark. Sha was a member of me MccnouKt unurcn ana a gooa woman. woman.