HENRY M. NEVIUS DEAD. Red Bank Lawyer Passes Away After an Apoplectic Stroke. Special to The New York Times. RED BANK, N.J., Jan. 29.--After an illness of several months, Henry M. Nev- ius died at his home on East Front Street here last night at the age of 70. A few weeks ago he collapsed in his office and had to be taken home. He recovered so far that he had made arrangements to take a trip to Washington, D.C., ten days ago, and the night previous had a paralytic stroke, which was the cause of his death. Nevius was a lawyer and promi- nent in the Grand Army of the Repub- lic. He was born near Freehold, but while still a boy went with his parents to Grand Rapids, Mich., where later he entered the law office in 1864 of the late Secretary of War Russell A. Alger. At the out- break of the civil war he enlisted in the Lincoln Cavalry, and later served under Gen. Custer. The funeral will be held from his late residence on Tuesday at 2 o'clock. The interment will be in the family plot in Fair View Cemetery.
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