Union and Advertiser
June 7, 1890, page 7
Coroner's Service Required
Gertrude DIETRICH died yesterday of consumption at her residence, No. 46 Hague street, aged 73 years. As no physician had attended her during her last illness, the case was reported to Coroner KLEINDIENST. He consulted a physician who had attended her about six months ago and granted a certificate of death from the above announced cause.
A visit to No. 11 school.
Dr. J. C. VOKES and G. R. Smith, members of the Canandaigua Board of Education in company with Architect O.K. FOOTE, inspected School No. 11 on Scio street yesterday afternoon. The visitors especially admired the system of heating and ventilation. psm
Rochester, Monroe, N.Y.
June 21, 1890
WILLIAM LEONARD KILLED
A Youth Meets His Death on the Central Tracks
Yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock a shocking accident occurred on the New York Central elevated tracks near State street. William Leonard, a 17-year-old son of Zacharias Leonard, of 68 West street, was on the elevated tracks, preparatory, it is supposed, to catching a ride, when some cars backed down. The lad was unable to get out of the way and was run over by the cars, several of which passed over his body. As soon as possible Leonard was picked up. One leg was completely torn off above the knee. The other was broken in three places. One arm was severed from the body and his shoulders were crushed. He was conscious when found, but it was not thought possible that he could live. He was conveyed in the patrol wagon to St. Mary's Hospital, where the physicians saw his recovery was impossible. He died about two hours later.
Coroner Kleindiest was notified and is holding an inquest at Rossenbrach & Klingler's undertaking rooms on Allen street.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
The funeral of Richard M. DANNALS was held from his late residence, 41 Edinburg street, at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Members of Monroe Rebekah Degree Lodge, I.O.O.F., attend.
Mary, wife of Wesley C. BUCK, died this morning at the Homeopathic Hospital, aged 2? Years. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock Monday morning and will be strickly private.
Wm. J. C. RAAB, aged 9 years, died last night at the family residence, 75 Averill avenue. He was the eldest son of Elizabeth and the late Andrew RAAB. The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary A. BRYAN will take place Monday at 8:30 a.m., from the house and 9 a.m. from St. Patrick's Cathedral.
The funeral of William LEONARD will take place at 9 a.m. from the house 68 West street, and at 10 a.m. from the Cathedral on Monday next.
The funeral of John MILES will take place at 7:45 a.m., Monday from his residence on Frank street, and at 8 a.m. from the Cathedral.
CHURCH STREET ASSESSMENT
The case of Frank W. RILWOOD against the city of Rochester, known as the Church street assessment action, will be argued before the Court of Appeals Monday, Assistant City Attorney SULLIVAN representing the city and Oscar CRAIG appearing for the plaintiffs.
LIBERTIES OF THE JAIL
John HAME of Pittsford, who has been confined in the jail by virtue of a body execution, furnished the requisite bond yesterday afternoon, and is now at liberty to go where he pleases so long as he remains in the city limits.
Miss Helen HOOKER will sail for Europe August 1st and will remain there one year.
Rev. James H. DENNIS will pass the summer at Bar Harbor and in the Adirondacks.
Mrs. W. H. McCARTY of 75 Barlett street, is visiting for the summer at Richfield Springs.
Miss Mary A. RILEY, who has been visiting relatives in this city, left for her home at Richfield Springs last Wednesday.
Dr. J. C. URQUHART of this city was elected royal physician at the annual gathering of the Royal Clan, O. S. C., at Woodstock, Ont., yesterday.
Miss LAMPERT will conduct a sketching class at Phelps during July. August 1st she will go to Annasquam and remain there until November. One of her studios will be occupied by Miss Ada H. KENT and the other by Orrin R. PARSONS.
The following official circular, just issued, will be gratifying news to a host of people:
Canada Southern Line
General Manager's Office
Rochester, N.Y., June 16th, 1890
Mr. P. H. MONKS has been appointed traveling freight agent of the Canada Southern line and Michigan Central R. R. Co., with headquarters at No. 23 Coal & Iron Exchange Building, Buffalo, N.Y., for the territory east of the Niagara river and south of and including the West Shore R. R., excepting New York, Philadelphia & Baltimore, and the line of the Philadelphia & Reading, Central R. R. Co., of N. J. and Pennsylvania railways.
The appointment takes affect this day
B. B. MITCHELL
Gen'l Manager, Canada Southern Line.
G. R. F. A., M. C. R. R.
INSPECTION OF SCHOOL NO. 10
At Monday evening's meeting of the Board of Education, William H. GORSLINE, Robert G. BOYD, John LUTHER, Assistant Superintendent Henry GOOLD of the New York Central and Architect John R. CHURCH were appointed a committee to inspect School No. 10 building and ascertary condition. Yesterday the committee visited the school and were shown through by Principal WALDEN and Commissioner F. M. THRASHER. The committee will report to the board Monday evening next.
WESTERN NEW YORK NEWS
Gathered By Union And Advertiser Special Correspondents
The Latest Reliable Reports of Interesting Local Events Occurring in the Pleasant Villages and Thriving Towns of Monroe and Neighboring Counties.
F. A. HOWE, died at his home on Summit street at 3 p.m., Friday, aged 54 years.
Isaac M. BARNES, died at his home on East Main street, Friday morning, aged 86 years. He was a native of Massachusetts, but has resided in this town since 1836, and in the village since 1866. He was married in Brighton to Miss Charlottee SQUIRES, who survives him. "Father" BARNES, as he was called, was a familiar figure on our streets almost to the day of his death. He was held in the highest esteem.
The damage to the Baptist Church steeple by lightning has been adjusted at $510.
"Two WIVES" will be the subject of Rev. A. F. COLBURN's address at the Methodist Church to-morrow evening. Rev. Dr. CHADWICK, secretary of the Freeman's Aid and Southern Educational Society, will occupy the pulpit in the morning.
The Huntley Steamer Company has been invited by the Protective Hook and Ladder Company of Lockport to visit that city July 4th.
The Water Works Company has located the hydrants.
Charles H. DePUV? And Miss Mattie PAGE were married Thursday afternoon.
Abe WAGNER and wife of Howard, are visiting W. T. SLATTERY.
Dr. N. F. WETMORE of Baraboo, Wis., is visiting his parents at North Cohocton.
The Spring term of the Union free school closed yesterday.
The assessors of this town are making their annual visitation.
Wm. MILES, a veteran, was prostrated by a shock of paralysis Tuesday night.
Ex-Sheriff HOXTER is confined to his home by illness.
L. SHEPARD and wife returned from Delaware county last Tuesday.
The ladies of the Presbyterian Church will serve ice cream, cake, & c., every Saturday evening at the chapel.
Mr. FISK of Yale college is in town spending a few days with his aunt, Mrs. NELLIS, and his classmate, Mr. De LANCEY.
The friends of Mr. John MORRISEY will be sorry to learn he cannot have the Cornell scholarship, for the reason that he was not in the public schools or academics of the state six months prior to examination.
W. L. PARKHURST and family will go to New York Sunday evening.
At the annual meeting of the Manchester Temperance Association the following officers were elected:
C. W. LaDUE, president
L. BODWELL, vice-president
G. H. PRESTON, secretary
Miss Emma BARNETT, has gone to Albuquerque, N.M.
Invitations are out for the wedding of W. E. BURR to Adelaide CARPENTER Wednesday, June 25th.
Dr. B. C. LOVELAND of the Sanitarium is away on his vacation.
At the annual meeting of the Livingston County Medical Society the following officers were elected:
President, Dr. C. J. MENRIE
vice-president, Dr. C. C. GOODRICH
treasurer, Dr. F. H. MOYER
secretary, Dr. W. LAUDERDALE
censors: Dr. GUINAN, DODGE, G. H. JONES and Dr. GREEN
delegates to state society, Dr. M. B. ROWLAND
delegate to national association, Dr. C. H. RICHMOND
delegates to central association at Buffalo, Drs. GOODRICH, GUINAN and DYKE
business committee, Drs. ALLEY, ROWLAND and RICHMOND
Miss Stella CHRISTIE is the guest of Miss Jessie GOODE
Rumsey CURTIS of Colorado is visiting friends in town
Rev. Spencer FISHER, pastor of the Baptist Church, has resigned.
Mrs. ELLIS, wife of Prof. ELLIS, is attending commencement exercises at Cornell University this week. Their son is in the graduating class.
Mrs. GRACE and children of Galveston, Tex., are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Myron WEAVER.
Arthur SHELTON of Troy, a former Havana boy, is visiting relatives and friends here.
George ROGERS has been appointed deputy postmaster here.
Owen CASSIDY and Miss Alice JONES were married in Middlesex, Yates county, on Wednesday evening.
Edward B. LEWIS was among the graduates at the Peekskill Military Academy. He was awarded the Trustees' medal.
Miss Lou SANFORD has been the guest of Miss Hattie SKINNER during the week.
Miss Ada COLE returned to Brooklyn Wednesday morning.
Charles W. SISSION of this place, and Eunice HATCH of Gains, were married Wednesday evening.
Edward WALDNER and Miss Violet WALDRON will be married next Monday evening.
Rev. T. T. ROWE of Lyndonville, will preach in the M. E. Church to-morrow.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of Ridgeway, has elected the following officers:
President, Miss Nettie WELD
vice-president, F. H. BRITT
secretary and treasurer, Jay B. OAKS
Miss Helen McPHERSON has gone to Belmont
Rev. Mr. FOX will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday morning and evening.
Superintendent M. A. GREEN has been to the shad hatcheries and says on account of so much rain and high water in the river they are not having the usual good success procuring spawn. At present Mr. GREEN is at Clayton overseeing the bass distributions, assisted by Superintendent E. F. BOEHM of the Adirondack hatchery. F. L. RAMSDELL and D. WALZER of Mumford, at a meeting of the commission in New York City an appropriation was voted to erect a house for Mr. GREEN at the Mumford hatchery.
Mr. GREEN expects to sail for England sometime this season with a shipment of young bass.
Several of the teamsters that were working for Contractor FLANAGAN at $3.50 per week, struck for $1 per day. They were promptly discharged.
The Academy alumni met on Friday, having a business meeting at 2 p.m., a banquet at 5 o'clock and a public entertainment in the evening, addressed by President Thomas A. BRIDGES, Prof. L. H. CLARK and others.
Mr. MORSEIL of Frederick, Md., is visiting in town.
Mrs. John MALOY and daughter are visiting in Michigan
At the annual meeting of the W. C. T. U. the officers elected were:
President, Mrs. N. N. BEERS
vice-president, Mrs. Emily HINCKLEY, Miss Mary VERMILYE, Mrs. J. J. CALKINS, and Mrs. E. P. CLEVELAND
secretary, Mrs. E. CLARK
treasurer, Mrs. S. E. PARKER
Mrs. F. L. CLARK has gone to Hunter, Greene county
Rev. and Mrs. B. F. MILLARD have gone to Geneseo to visit their daughter, Mrs. C. YOUNGS
Dr. Henry C. KNICKERBOCKER, lately of Seneca Falls, has settled in this village.
Dr. R. L. PARSONS is visiting his mother, Mrs. C. W. PARSONS. He is accompanied by his daughter Marie.
Misses Minnie DEAN and Mary WALDO are home from Elmira College.
Miss Emma St. John and Miss Nettie SMITH returned home Thursday.
The opening lecture of the Franklin Academy commencement will be given by L. D. MILLER, principal of Haverling Academy.
Married at the residence of Joshua JONES, June 18th, by Rev. E. T. MALLORY of Mecklenburgh, Miss Alice JONES to A. C. CASSADY of Havana.
Dr. S. Case JONES of Rochester, Dr. Charles S. JONES of Dansville Sanitarium, M. J. JONES and family of Penn Yan, and W. F. JONES of Webster, were in town attending the wedding of their sister Alice, Wednesday.
Robert J. BURDETTE has given the committee of the Amphictyon lecture course, June 26, next Thursday as the date of his famous lecture, "The Pilgrimage of the Funny Man." This will be the last lecture of the course.
Rev. E. A. TUTTLE has returned from his vacation and will preach to-morrow.
E. L. GUION, who left here Wednesday to locate in St. Louis, was visited the night before his departure by a number of his Masonic friends, who presented him a handsome Masonic ring. His friends in the post office also gave him a valuable present.
Mrs. Sarah LANGDON celebrated her 90th birthday Thursday. A few of her intimate friends met at her home and offered congratulations. Mrs. LANGDON was born in Durham, Green county, and came to Scottsville in 1831. Among the guests present were Mrs. CHAPIN of Scottsville and Mrs. WELLS of Garbuttsville, the former 82 and the latter 90 years of age.
A lawn fete with strawberries and ice cream will be held at the residence of William SHAVER, Maple avenue, Tuesday evening.
Miss Lulu LOMBARD of Eagle Pass, Tex., has been visiting relatives in town.
A social party will be held in the new farm barn of L. WHITNEY, Jr., Thursday evening next.
Mrs. D. C. HULETT is attending commencement at Cornell University.
Miss Mary WARD is attending commencement at Cazenovia.
Mrs. Dr. M. J. BELDEN of Canton, Iowa, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. TWADELL.
Mrs. F. S. GRIMES and daughter are visiting in Oswego.
Charles S. SENTELL of New York is a guest at B.B. Seaman's.
Miss Nora PULVER, preceptress of Pulaski Academy, is home for her summer vacation.
C. W. DEARLORE of Prattsburg, N.Y., is visiting in town.
The Wallington railroad yards at last have a yardmaster in Mr. FITZGERALD of Oswego.
Miss C. M. HILL of Syracuse is a guest at F. P. BOGERS.
TURNER - CROUCH - Thursday, June 19, 1890, at the residence of the bride's parents, 217 Alexander street, Henry H. TURNER to Rhoda E. CROUCH, Rev. H. H. STEBBINS, D. D., officiating.
BRYAN - In this city, Thursday afternoon, June 19, 1890, at her residence, 87 Kent street, Mrs. Mary A. BRYAN. Funeral from the house Monday at 8:30 a.m. and from St. Patrick's Cathedral at 9. Friends are invited to attend.
THREW A BOY INTO A SEWER
New York Sun. June 19.
Thomas RYAN, 36 years old, with no home, was a prisoner to-day before Police Justice STILSING in Jersey City.
Policeman DAISY of the Second precinct stated that yesterday afternoon he was informed by some boys that RYAN and Mike REARDON had thrown little Danny McMANN, aged 7 years, into the Thirteenth street sewer, where it is broken near the foot of the hill. The policeman went in pursuit of the two men and captured RYAN, but REARDON got away. He learned that REARDON picked up the child by the body and legs and pitched him into the sewer.
The little fellow crawled along the sewer some distance, and emerged from it through the manhole covered with mud and filth. He was taken home and put to bed.. The boy was in court to-day, neatly dressed. RYAN was remanded for further consideration.