More on the death of William Conklin.

Greenbush, Mich., July 9, 1877.
Mr. Editor:--At the inquest held over the body of my husband, it was stated by Edward Chapelle, that he had heard Mr. Conklin complain of domestic trouble, leaving the jury to believe that these complaints were of a recent date. I wish to inform the public, as I consider it but justice to my departed husband, myself and children, that these complaints must have been some time ago, which was at the commencement and in consequence of the business partnership between my husband and Mr. Chappelle, and that there has been no trouble between us since that partnership terminated. I leave the public to judge from the results upon my husband both morally and pecuniarily, whether my repugnance to the partnership, and consequent association, was groundless or not.
Mrs. Emma Conklin.

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Review
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Friday, July 13, 1877