Clipped From The Indiana Herald
- We find tot following, relative to the death of W A. P. Mitten, in the Columbia City Fot: E U Mitten, wit of Dr. A. P. Mitten, died at her hom (n this city last Friday morning at 7 o'clock For several months it was known that she was filicted with a fatal dis - ase. and iliOT iVuufrK earr ca as i a v rahl U a car a a a by skiiifoi micai treatment nd the fSST pro.ongea unu. About - Inree weeks ago she was taken to Huntington in tbe hope that a new mode of treatment might benefit ber. After being there two weeks she beg:m to sink rapidly, and on last Wednesday sh was brought home on a stretcher. This was done at her request. Tbe trip did not seem to do her - anv harm or hasten ber death, but on the contrary, the thought of returning home apparently revived' her and gave her renewed strength. Mrs Mitten was the eldest daughter of Dr. D. G. Lin v ill. Sh ws born in Columbia City. April llih, 1859, and was 27 years and 10 months old ' She was married to Dr. A. P. Mitten,' Angnst 31st, 1576. The funeral took place Monday morning at 10:30 from her late residence. Rev, W. H. Daniels, of Logansport, officiating. - A husband and son and a large number of rela lives and friends are deeply afflicted oyer her untimely death.