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Identifier: historyofwillcou00leba
Title: The history of Will County, Illinois, containing a history of the county ..
Year: 1878 (1870s)
Authors: Le Baron, Wm., jr., & co., Chicago pub. [from old catalog] Woodruff, George H., b. 1814. [from old catalog] Perrin, William Henry. [from old catalog] Hill, H. H. [from old catalog]
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Publisher: Chicago, W. Le Baron, jr., & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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apt. Rowley, when he came West, had marrieda Mrs. Grey, and the George and Charles Grey above named were her sons;both of these have since been prominent as railroad officials in Chicago, andGeorge is now agent of the Pullman Car Company. Charles has been Mayorof the city. Three of her daughters were also included among the nice girls of the settlement, as some of the boys still living remember well. One ofthese is now Mrs. Chamberlin, of Lockport. Her husband is one of the sonsof Mr. L. C. Chamberlin, and is our well-known undertaker and furniture dealerof Joliet and Lockport. We remember seeing, not long ago, the fence whichsurrounds Oakwood placarded with the words, Chamberlins Relief cures allpain. We do not suppose the sacrilegious painter had any reference to our un-dertaker or his business, but unconsciously told a truth, which these placardsseldom do. Wm. Gooding was the chief engineer of our canal, and we shallhave something more to say of him in the history of that work. The

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(deceased) **^^ JOUET TP. HISTORY OF WILL COUNTY. 259 school teacher Hanford, so cruelly murdered at Chicago a few years ago, was ason of Comstock Ilanford, born in 1834. Deacon Beach (this settlement seemsto have had a good share of Deacons, and we have noticed tiiat as a rule, it isthe best men who get this title, and Deacon Beach was not an exception) hasgone to his reward some time since. He died in 1851. Two of the Demmondboys— Dar and William—are indebted to him for good wives ; and his son,Eben W., was Supervisor of Crete in 18G2, and deceased in October, 1878.Levi Savage, another Deacon, still lives, and has given to the town of Homer aSupervisor for six years (1867-72), and to our county a Representative in 1872,and to the State and nation a brave soldier in his son, Capt. Amos Savage, ofthe Thirty-ninth Regiment, or Yates Phalanx. Of William Williams we re-member little ; he died many years ago; but we know the family was a goodone—from Massachusetts, we believe, as we

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Title: North Carolina Christian advocate [serial]
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference
Subjects: United Methodist Church (U.S.). North Carolina Conference United Methodist Church (U.S.). Western North Carolina Conference Methodist Church
Publisher: Greensboro, N.C., Methodist Board of Publication, [etc.]
Contributing Library: Duke Divinity School Library, Duke University
Digitizing Sponsor: Institute of Museum and Library Services, under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of North Carolina. Grant issued to Duke University for the Religion in North Carolina project.

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r educational work andothers in the field. The wonder-ful awakening at San Juan, hasopened another door at Fomento. Dr. W. Palmore, Editor of theSt. Louis Advocate, has been ev-erywhere in the world but Alaskaand he has gone to that wintryland. He is a great traveler anda great seer. Rev. James E. Dickey has beenelected President of Emory Col-lege, Oxford, Ga., vice Dr. Down-um, resigned. This great Collegebelongs to the North and SouthGeorgia Conferences. Rev. J. H. McCoy of Huntsville,Ala. has been elected Editor of theAlabama Christian Advocate, viceDr. Urquhart, deceased. He tookcharge August the 1st. He thuscomes into the great fellowshipof suffering. Rev. W. B. Murrah, of JacksonMiss., has been appointed frater-nal delegate to the General Con-ference of the Methedist Churchof Canada. We ^ know that hewill worthily represent our greatChurch in.the Dominions of KingEdward. A PRETTY POSTMISTRESS IWLY ESCAPES DEATH. Was Given Up to Die–Eight DoctorsFailed—Pe-ru-na Saved Her Life,

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THOUSANDS of women suffer fromsystemic catarrh. This is sure toproduce such symptoms as cold feetand hands, sick headache, palpitation ofthe heart and heavy feelings in theBtomach. Then begins a series of experimentswith medicine. They take medicine forsick headache. They take medicine fornervous prostration, for palpitation ofthe heart, for dyspepsia. None of thesemedicines do any good because they donot reach the cause of the complaint. Peruna at once mitigates all thesesymptoms by removing the cause. Systemic catarrh is the trouble. Sys-temic catarrh pervades the whole sys-tem, deranges every organ, weakensevery function. No permanent cure canbe expected until the systemic catarrhis removed. This is exactly what Peruna will do. Miss Alma Cox, Assistant Postmis-tress of Orum, S. C„ writes: / have been a great sufferer fromchronic disease and dyspepsia for fiveyears. How I suffered no tongue cantell. I tried eight or ton of the best phy-sicians without receiving much benefit,also t

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