hide Matching Documents

Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for H. H. Ware or search for H. H. Ware in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:

Melancholy casualty. --Mr. H. H. Ware, of this city, together with a little daughter and a negro woman, were poisoned on Friday last, in using a bottle of wine, in which arsenic had been placed by some unknown hand. His little daughter died from the effects of the poison almost immediately. Mr. Ware and the negro woman still survive, but both are yet very low. The lamentable casualty has spread gloom over the entire community in Selma.--Selma (Ala.) Reporter, 12th. Melancholy casualty. --Mr. H. H. Ware, of this city, together with a little daughter and a negro woman, were poisoned on Friday last, in using a bottle of wine, in which arsenic had been placed by some unknown hand. His little daughter died from the effects of the poison almost immediately. Mr. Ware and the negro woman still survive, but both are yet very low. The lamentable casualty has spread gloom over the entire community in Selma.--Selma (Ala.) Reporter, 12th.