BRIGGS - TUTTLE - In Honeoye, April 3, 1886, by Rev. S. Mills DAY, Mr. Elihu
E. BRIGGS and Mrs. Lucretia A. TIFFANY, both of Bristol.
MOORE - WATERSTRAW - At Palmyra, March 29, 1886, by Rev. Warren H. LANDON,
Mr. William D. MOORE and Miss Sophie WATERSTRAW, both of Farmington.
SMITH - SNEDEKER - At Manchester, March 31, 1886, by Rev. M. V. WILLSON, Mr.
William H. SMITH of Dakota, and Miss Nettie L. SNEDECKER, of Manchester.
CLEVELAND - KETCHAM - In Farmington, on March 30, 1886, by Rev. M. L.
HOWELL, Mr. Frederick A. CLEVELAND, of Miller's Corners, and Miss Alvina
KETCHAM, of Farmington.
ROBINSON - In Palmyra, April 4, 1886, Miss Clara F. ROBINSON, aged 27 years.
HEASELDEN - In Lyons, April 2, 1886, Rebecca, wife of William HEASELDEN,
aged 52 years.
SHOEMAKER - In Canandaigua, April 5, 1886, William SHOEMAKER, aged 46 years.
JONES - In Canandaigua, April 2, 1886, Mary H. JONES, aged 45 years.
WHITING - In Naples, March 31, 1886, Lydia Jane WHITING, aged (possibly 32)
GARLOCK - In Phelps, March 27, 1886, Mrs. Peter GARLOCK, aged 49 years.
CLEVELAND - In Canandaigua, April 2, 1886, Mrs. Margaret CLEVELAND, aged 65
McGEARY - At East Bloomfield, April 1, 1886, Catherine, wife of James
McGEARY, aged 45 years.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Thurs Apr 29, 1886
--Edward MOFFAT and wife, of
Brockport, have returned from their wedding tour.
--Mrs. KLEPPISH, daughter of
Colonel MAY, of Pittsford, has returned to her father's from a lengthy
sojourn in the distant west.
--Little Bessie ARMSTRONG,
daughter of Charles ARMSTRONG, who removed from Pittsford a few months ago
to Spokane Falls, is hopelessly ill with a complication of disorders.
--The young people of the
Presbyterian Church, of Pittsford, will hold on Friday evening a literary
and ice cream party in Bacon Hall. An attractive programme will be carried
--The Rochester Moulding Company
of Webster has taken possession of their new building and are turning out
a very fine variety of mouldings and picture frames of all descriptions.
--William Henry ROGERS, a highly
esteemed young citizen of Clarkson, died at his home in that village,
Tuesday, of typhoid fever. Deceased was nineteen years of age. The funeral
will occur Friday at 1 o'clock.
--On Wednesday afternoon as Felix
GOODFRIEND, who is employed by D. S. Morgan & Co., of Brockport, was
at work on a binder he, by accident, ran a sharp hook into his eye,
tearing the lid and wounding the pupil badly. It is feared the sight has
--Married, Tuesday afternoon at
the Catholic Church, in Brockport, Miss Mary CUNNINGHAM and T. H.
WATERHOUSE, of Rochester. The knot was tied by Rev. R. J. STOREY and after
a choice repast, served at the bride's home, Mr. and Mrs. WATERHOUSE
departed for their future home in Rochester.
--Christ Church Guild, of
Pittsford, met on Wednesday evening by invitation of Miss Nannie THOMAS,
at her house. The following officers were elected: President, J. B. BACON;
first vice-president, Miss Susie SUTHERLAND; second vice-president, Mr.
PELTON; secretary, Miss Amelia HARSCHER; treasurer, J. C. CARNAHAN.
--Wednesday afternoon, at the
home of the bride's parents, in Brockport, were solemnized the marriage
rites of George COOLEY, of Batavia and Miss Cynthia DELMADGE, of that
village. Rev. T. J. BISSELL performed the ceremonies. Many guests were
present and the affair was made a very enjoyable one. The couple left that
evening for a wedding tour in the East.
--Rev. Mr. GOSNELL's lecture in
Pittsford Tuesday evening, upon "Irish scenery and Irish
character," closed the series of interesting lectures with which that
community has been favored this spring, and demonstrated the speaker's
power of description and illustration as entirely adequate to a subject
with which national experience and native shrewdness have rendered him
--Easter services were observed
in the Presbyterian Church of Webster on Sabbath last. The church was
profusely decorated with flowers. The pastor, Rev. J. COPELAND, preached
an appropriate sermon in the morning. The Sabbath school occupied the
evening with very interesting exercises, consisting of music, recitations,
and illustrations of Bible truths, by an illuminated cross, and other
designs. A large audience was in attendance and gave ample expressions of
their appreciation of the services.
--Last week the contract for
building the mortuary chapel at the Palmyra cemetery was awarded to George
--Rev. Mr. BEDFORD, of Seneca
Falls, will fill the pulpit of the Wesleyan Methodist Church the coming
year, at Ontario.
--Hon. John H. CAMP and District
Attorney RAY, of Lyons, are in Albany this week in attendance at the Court
--Wesley M. HUBBARD, formerly an
editor in Arcadia and now an assistant editor of the Denver (Col.) Times,
is visiting relatives in Lyons.
--Several of the young men in
Lyons are forming a base ball club for the season, and will issue
challenges for games with base ball clubs in that vicinity, in a few days.
--Judge COWLES, of Clyde, has
appointed George O. BAKER a commissioner to inquire into the competency of
Frederick A. DELANY to manage and take care of his own estate.
--As yet there has been no
movement in regard to observing Memorial Day at Palmyra. It is hoped that
the Grand Army post will push this matter forward and fitly observe it.
--The farmers in North Lyons,
Sodus and Rose say that there will not be enough peaches raised in that
region this year to pay for picking them. The peach buds there were almost
entirely killed by the intense cold during the past winter.
--Friday evening last as the east
bound train on the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg railroad was nearing
Ontario station, the fireman got his little finger caught in a coil of the
bell cord, which so injured the member that amputation of the finger was
--A very pleasant event occurred
Wednesday afternoon at Macedon, it being the marriage of Miss Emma A.
D_RNTEE, of Macedon, and Adelbert STEVENS, of Marengo, N. Y. The ceremony
was performed in a very impressive manner by Rev. Father HOLMES, of St.
--Thomas SAMPSON, a well-known
farmer residing west of Palmyra, met with a serious accident recently. He
was in a large apple tree, cutting off several limbs, when he became dizzy
and fell a distance of about ten feet, striking in such a manner as to
break the ligaments of the foot and ankle. It will be several weeks before
Mr. SAMPSON will be able to be out.
--Rev. A. F. JENNINGS preached
his farewell sermon last Sunday, as pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist
Church, in Ontario. Rev. A. F. JENNINGS has accepted a call to the church
at Seneca Falls. Last week Tuesday the friends of Rev. Mrs. JENNINGS gave
them a farewell party, and presented them with a set of silver knives,
forks and teaspoons.
--The cornet band in Pike, which,
by the way, is a capital organization, is to have new uniforms and
instruments complete. The citizens take much pride in giving their
excellent town band a generous support.
--D. _. PRATT, of Perry, has the
largest quince orchard in the county. Last fall he had 300 bearing trees
and has just set out 200 more. The fruit readily sells for $1 per bushel
at the orchard and returns a fine percentage on the investment.
--B. C. SHEPPARD sold his last
car load of sheep the other day for 7 cents per pound to Dansville
parties. This is the highest price paid for sheep since the war. This
closes out the last of some six or seven thousand sheep wintered in Perry
the past season.
--The graduating class of the
Perry Academy for the present year consists of four gentlemen and three
ladies. The school has won a __ rank among the educational institution of
western New York, and turned out a large number of graduates who to-day
are a credit to the business they pursue.
--Owing to the immense number of
orders daily received by the Perry Knitting Company, as enlargement of
part of the mills has become necessary, especially the bleaching
department. There is now a total force of 30 employes, and they are
compelled to put in over-time to keep up. The mills are a decided success,
and the work turned out is said to have no superior in the eastern
--Hiram GAGE, of Malcom, has corn
--B. _. BEACH, agent of the
Goulds' Manufacturing Company, Seneca Falls, is home for a brief vacation.
--Wheat and grass look
exceedingly well in northern Seneca and southern Wayne. Some farmers have
turned their cattle and sheep out to pasture.
--Mr. and Mrs. Peter GILLIES, of
Seneca Falls, went to Rochester on Wednesday to attend the wedding of
their son James, who is in business in that city.
--On account of the Rochester
conference being in session, there will be no preaching service at the
Wesleyan Church, Seneca Falls, on Sunday, May 2nd. Sabbath-school will be
attended as usual.
--The Ladies' Relief Corps, of
Seneca Falls, furnished refreshments for the Silsby Hose Company's
masquerade ball, which were served in good style at the G. A. R. rooms.
The receipts were about $30, which goes to the charity fund.
--Andrew MURPHY, employe of the
Gould Manufacturing Company, Seneca Falls, whose skull was so badly
fractured on the afternoon of the 24th by a bar of iron falling on him, is
progressing favorably under Dr. LESTER's care and hopes are entertained of
his recovery, which was at first deemed impossible.
--There was a large attendance at
the new Trinity Church in Seneca Falls, on the occasion of its first
occupancy for divine service on Easter Sunday. There was a beautiful
floral display and choice music. The rector, Rev. H. M. DENSLOW, preached
an impressive opening sermon. The collections of the day and evening
reached the gratifying amount of $28.
--William MORRISSEY, of Malcom,
had a fine colt badly injured by barbed wire on Sunday. Its shoulder is
dreadfully lacerated. Dr. E. J. SCHOONMAKER, of Mayer's Corner, sewed up
the wound and it is hoped it will recover. He had just bought the colt,
getting it last Friday. Mr. MORRISSEY had (didn't get the rest.)
DEATHS DAILY DOINGS
The Local Record of Demises and
--The death of Ann MANSING
occurred yesterday at 75 Walnut street.
--The funeral of Mrs. Catherine
T. BOSOLD, will take place at the Holy Family Church at 8:30 o'clock this
--The funeral of the late James
RANDLES will take place at his late residence, 180 Brown street, this
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
--The funeral services of Louise
NAUERHOFER, will be held to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the
residence, 26 Thomas street.
--Matthias LUSCHINGER died
Tuesday at his home on North avenue, aged 29 years. The funeral will take
place at the house, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
--The funeral services of the
late George F. PRATT, who died at the City Hospital Sunday evening, of
paralysis, will be held in the chapel of the hospital this morning at 8
o'clock. Burial at Livonia.
--Lucian ROWE died Tuesday
afternoon at the family residence in Greece, aged 78 years. Deceased
leaves four children, one son and two daughters living in Greece, and one
daughter, Mrs. S. E. BROWN, living in Kansas. The funeral will be held at
the house at 2 o'clock this afternoon.