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Sick List News Items



[These are in a loose alphabetical order by surname of the first individual mentioned in the story]


Samuel S. Asbury, who has been confined to his home for two months on account of sickness, is again able to be about. [E. St. Louis Journal, 31 Aug 1892]

Eddie Bennett, an assistant in City Engineer Weber's office has been sick this week
[East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan 1889]

Miss Maggie Buckley of Bond Avenue is on the sick list. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1894]

Two girls, names Amanda Duncan and Katie Noble, broke through a cellar door and, falling to the bottom, received serious injuries on last Tuesday. [East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan 1889]

Herman Eberts, a St. Louis youth, was struck by an engine of the Mobile and Ohio RR Monday and seriously injured
[East St. Louis Journal, 2 Feb 1889]

Election Commissioner, P. Flannery, who has been quite ill will soon be about again
[East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan 1889]

Election Commissionerr Flannery has so far recovered from attack of rheumatism as to be able to work.
[East St. Louis Journal, 2 Feb 1889]

Mr. Fred Graul, Sr., is down with the measles
[The Mascoutah Herald, 10 April 1891]

Francis Gunnings this week,in the City Court, recovered $200 as damages aginst the Bridge Company, for bodily injuries sustained by an accident, while in their employ
[East St. Louis Journal, 2 Feb 1889]

Mrs. Frank Hamilton is seriously ill
[East St. Louis Journal, 2 Feb 1889]

Mrs. M. C. James of North Thirteenth Street is ill at her home. Mrs. James was overheated on Monday. She is reported improving. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 3 July 1919]

Mr. Dan Kelly, who was injured during the cyclone Wednesday, is convalescing [East St. Louis Journal, May 29, 1896]

The two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman G. Liebig fell into a pot of boiling water last Saturday and was badly scalded
[Mascoutah Herald, 6 March, 1891]

Fred, the ten year old son of Mrs. Phillip Liebig, fell and broke his right arm at the elbow, while playing last Monday
[Mascoutah Herald, 13 March 1891]

Mayor Lischer accidentally fell at his residence last Tuesday evening, and sustained a fracture of his left arm, between the elbow and shoulder.
[Mascoutah Herald, 6 March, 1891]

Miss Ella McHale is suffering from a sprained elbow.
[E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1894]

Mrs. Leon Mace and baby of Waverly Avenue are at St. Mary's Hospital, where the baby has been quite ill.
[E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 2 July 1919, Donated by Betty Cohn and Cathy Weber]

Mrs. J. J. Mooney, 612 Summit Ave, is at St. Mary's Hospital, suffering with a broken limb, which she received last Friday, by a fall in the backyard.
[E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1919 - Donated by Betty Cohn and Cathy Weber]

Michael Priester, city hall janitor, has recovered from his sickness and is on duty again
[East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan 1889]

Hon. W. A. Rodenberg, who was injured in the cyclone is improving nicely [East St. Louis Journal, May 29, 1896]

A colored woman named Mary Sanders was severely burned by an explosion of a can of coal oil. [East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan 1889]

George Stork, employed at the E. St.Louis Rolling Mills, had his hand severely squeezed by some heavy machinery. The amputation of two of his fingers was necessary. [East St. Louis Journal, 2 Feb 1889]

Miss Clara Voss of 1720 Rock Road, is on the sick list. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 1 July 1894]

Capt. Mike Walsh is rapidly regaining from his late illness. [East St. Louis Journal, 26 Jan 1889]

John C. Walters of 1719 Kansas Avenue, 24, suddenly became sick Tuesday morning about 10 o'clock and has been in the care of two doctors. The patient refuses to talk or tell the doctors anything as to the cause of his sickness. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 2 July 1919]

J.Whiteside is on the sick list - [East St. Louis Journal, March 1890]

Mrs. August Wurth, 3600 St. Clair Avenue, is convalescing at the Deaconess Hospital, after a serious operation. [E. St. Louis Daily Journal, 2 July 1919, Donated by Betty Cohn and Cathy Weber]




Unless otherwise noted, these items were submitted by Billie Trail

 
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