Mary A. Oliver obit
Two Sudden Deaths. MBS. MART A. OLIVER The community was startled this week to learn of the death of Mrs. Mary A. Oliver, which occurred Wednesday morning at her borne on Montgomery street, West Pittstoo. Mrs. Oliver wss taken ill Tuesday afternoon, with inflamma'ion of the bowels, and thin, together with a kidney disorder, was the im mediate cause of her death. Mrs. Oliver was one of the best and most widely known residents. She was a daughter of the late Abram Price, who years ago was a prominent coal operator in Pittston.' She had lived here for neatly fifty years, and was at the time of her death 62 years of ge. In all her relations with her neighbors she was uniformly amiable, kind a' d charitable. Few women ever enjoyed the heartier friend ship aod esteem of associates and acquaint' ances. Her death is a severe blow to all who knew ber, and the suddenness with which ber summons came was a most pain ful surprise. Mrs. O'.iver leaves four children, as follows Mrs. H. D. Judd, Mrs. W. L McDougall, Miss Cora Oliver, all of this place, and Mr. A. P. Oiver, who lives io one of the Southern States. . i , f '