|Brooded Over His Brotherís Death.|
George Grumbling, whose suicide at Old Nineveh, on Tuesday morning, has been noted, was a son of Charles Grumbling. He had a wife and two children. A short time ago his brother, Albert, died of la grippe, and his sudden death proved a severe shock to George, who brooded over the matter until he, too, fell ill with the same disease. His affliction only seemed to increase his melancholy, and when visited by his pastor on Monday he said he supposed he would die or lose his mind. The latter condition came about that same night and the terrible sequel is known.