Clipped From The Daily Times
FORMER RESIDENT DEAD- be Burled TontorroMr •t Hotuh River. The funeral of Curtis Goodnin wiU be held from his late residence, at South lliver, lomorroWriifternoon at 2 o'clock. The interment will be made at the Evergreen Cemeter 1 ?; As stated iu yesterday's TIHKH Mr. Goodwin was a former resident of this city. He With Henry Dilatush about 25 years ago kept what was then known a* a cuuul store near the Steamboat Dock. The chief articles on sale were in tBe grocery Kne. He also brought horses here from Canada and conducted public Bales. I .. , ' ' - ' 1 Mr. Goodwin owned several pieces of land in New Brunswick at one time including the Eastburn property, on Neilson street, near the foot of Pateraon street, where he also conducted a 'grocery, and the premises at the uuruer of Hassan, and George streets, now occupied by David Stephens, the druggist. While here he was connected with the' Pitman M. E. Church. About, two or three •years ago he moved to South. River. Last Thanksgiving Kve he was B with paralysis.: He died Wednesday nitfht A widow survives him. Fred ,Horton, of this city, is a wtepson of the dceased.