December 1883: Drowned--on the 15th ult. T.R.Scott, oldest son of F.M. Scott was drowned in Dry Creek near his father's residence. He was fifteen years old.
Born 1884: Monohon. In this city on the 22d, to the wife of Gus Monhan, a son.
Died 1884: Monohon. In this city on Tuesday last, Nellie E.J., wife of Gus Monohon.
Died Dec. 1884: Keyes. Near Palouse City, on Dec. 30th Lillie May, daughter of Albert F. and Alinda J. Keyes. Aged 2 years, 10 months and 7 days.
(Feb 1887)In Memorium. Died, January 15, Lorin , aged six years; and Estella , February 10, aged four years; only son and daughter of Charles and Ella Marsh.
Nov. 11, 1887. A Sad Death. The many friends of Miss Maggie E. Barton will be grieved to learn of that young lady's death , which took place at the family residence near Colfax yesterday morning of pneumonia. Funeral services will take place today, at the residence, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Died. Prince. On Cottonwood, May 19th, N. J. P., aged about 63 years.
Died Wilson. Near this city, May 19th, of ----the stomach. Willard E., son of R.J. Wilson; aged 19 years
Died McClure. After a lingering illness at the residence of W.H.Harris in this city, May 23, of typhoid malaria. Florence, wife of George McClure.
Obituary. Died near Steptoe, March 28th 1888, Cora only child of James and Nannie Blodgett; aged 2 years, 2 months and 10 days.
November 1888.(under Local Paragraphs) The death of the aged wife of Stephen Betts (Belts?) occurred yesterday at the family homestead near town. Funeral today.
November 1888(under local paragraphs) Died. Tuesday, a few miles south of town, Fred Weber, aged about twenty-five years. Funeral tookplace yesterday. Deceased was a single man.
October 1888(under local paragraphs)
The wife and infant child of Peter Fennen died at the family home on Pleasant Valley and was buried the following day.
An infant caughter of John Colton, residing near Kamiac Butte, died on Tuesday and was buried in the Palouse City cemetery.
From the Palouse Republic about 1892.
Fatal Accident. Young Eslick Met His Death This Morning in a Peculiar Way.
Early this morning a fatal accident occurred on the road to Palouse, near J. M. Kindcaid's farm, which resulted in the death of Beden Eslick, a lad of some twelve years. He was riding to town on the running gears of a wagon, sitting on the reach, when suddenly the wheel fell into a ditch; breaking the reach and throwing young Eslick violently to the ground and the wheel passed over his head. The skull was crushed terribly and the brain oozed out of the gaping wound. Death was instantaneous. The details we cannot give as only a meager report has, at this, hour, been obtained.