Rochester, Monroe, NY
Democrat & Chronicle
Tue Jan 16, 1900
Members of Churchville Lodge of F. and A. M. to Entertain This Evening
Churchville Lodge, No. 667, F. and A.M., will hold its annual
reception at Assembly hall this evening. Music will be furnished by Bissel's
The committees are as follows: Executive, H. P. DUSINBURY, H. W.
DAVIS, C. H. SAGE; reception, W. LEE, H. L. L_LEY, C. G. STUART, J. R. BRONDEY,
W. M. ROBINSON, H. D. NEW, A. H. KNAPP, W. H. OSBORNE, Dr. R. A. ADAMS, E. A.
ROWE, H. N. SAGE, C. H. BRISCOE, W. E. BOWEN, Dr. H. A. ANDERSON, J. D. WRIGHT,
J. H. BUSHNELL, W. S. CHURCH, C. M. CUMMINGS, E. F. ROYSTON, M. J. SAGE, George
EDWARDS, A. GEARING, J. C. NEWMAN, A. K. SAGE, M. A. WHEELER; floor, F. T. SAGE,
F. C. RICHMOND, A. ARNOLD, Dr. W. D. VAN HORN, M. D. BOWEN, W. E. SAGE, S. W.
VOORHIS; table, Mrs. H. W. DAVIS, Mrs. F. C. RICHMOND, Mrs. W. O. SHAW, Mrs. W.
E. SAGE, Mrs. E. F. ROYSTON, Mrs. W. LEE, Mrs. H. D. NEW, Mrs. C. H. SAGE, Mrs.
C. G. STEWART.
-Miss Mattie SHULTZ, aged 14 years, died yesterday at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
Peter De WOLF, of Stone street, Pittsford. She had been ill about one year with
diabetes and consumption.
-Rev. Eugene HAINES, of Penn Yan, preached in the Pittsford Baptist Church last
evening and will speak in the same place each evening this week, excepting
Operation for Cancer of the Stomach Proved Fatal
Elliott O'BRIEN, who had been connected with the Erie at Salamanca
for thirty-six years, and was one of Salamanca's most well known and respected
citizens, was taken to Buffalo Friday to undergo an operation by Dr. PARKS for
tumor of the stomach. The operation revealed the fact that it was cancer of the
stomach instead, and as a result the unfortunate man died late Saturday night.
Mr. O'BRIEN was 54 years of age and leaves a widow, five daughters
and one son, also three brothers and two sisters to mourn his loss.
-A bad fire occurred at Salamanca last night, which resulted in the total
destruction of George A. ELLIOTT'S large barn near the Western New York &
Pennsylvania depot. None of the live stock was burned. The firemen were
helpless, as no hydrant was near enough for connection. It was insured.
-Mattie SCHUTT, daughter of William SCHUTT, of West Brighton, died yesterday in
-Charles, son of Edward and the late Eleanor COLLINS, of this city, died
recently in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
-Mary M. ABBE, mother of Mrs. Charles F. WITTER, died yesterday afternoon at the
family home, No. 49 Park avenue.
-Jennie WILD SELTERLEY, of Stockport-on-Hudson, died Sunday evening at the home
of her sister, Anna E. M. WILD, in this city.
-Mrs. Catherine COLLINS died yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
H. H. VAYO, No. 59 Genesee street, aged 87 years.
-Mary M. MOOREHOUSE, widow of the late Emory A. MOOREHOUSE, and sister of Miss
Jane MARSH PARKER, died Sunday at her home in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
-Anna, wife of William GREIPP(?), died Sunday at the City Hospital, aged 29(?)
years. She is survived by her husband, her parents, one child, four sisters and
-Janet, widow of the late Samuel ASHTON, died yesterday morning at the residence
of her brother-in-law, Egbert HOCKSTRA, No. 31 Lyell avenue. Mrs. ASHTON had
been on a visit to the city but a short time, and was stricken with heart
disease. She was 68 years old. She id survived by three sisters, Mrs. Egbert
HOCKSTRA, of this city, Mrs. Alexander ST__, of Gates Center; Mrs. Frederick
SMITH, of Wisconsin, and also three brothers, John, William and B. Robert
-Philip SPENCER died yesterday morning at the family home, No. 15 Violetta
street, aged 54 years. He is survived by a wife, one son, Charles, and four
grandchildren. The deceased was a veteran of Company F of the Eighth New York
Volunteer Cavalry, and was a member of E. G. Marshall Post, No. 397, G. A. R.
The funeral will be held at the house No. 15 Violetta street, to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and will be in charge of Marshall Post. The members of
the post will assemble at the G. A. R. rooms at the court house at 1 P. M. to
attend the funeral in a body.
SCALDED BOY DIED
Harry OLDFIELD, the 8(?) year-old boy who was terribly scalded last
Friday by falling into a boiler of hot water, at his home on Commercial street,
died Sunday night at the City Hospital, where he was taken. Coroner KLEINDIENST
has charge of the body, and will hold an inquest into the man_er of the accident
at the morgue this morning at 10 o'clock.
FUNERAL OF FELIX MORRIS
New York, Jan. 15 - Funeral services over the remains of
Felix J. MORRIS, the actor who died here on Saturday of pneumonia, were held
to-day at All Saints Unitarian Church. About 300 people, mostly connected with
Mr. MORRIS's profession, were present at the services. The casket was almost
completely hidden by flowers. The services were conducted jointly by Rev. Minot
J. SAVAGE, pastor of the Unitarian Church of the Messiah, and Rev. Thomas J.
SLICER, pastor of All Saint's Church. The two pastors said they had known Mr.
MORRIS as a man of kindly impulse and noble nature. The body will be placed
temporarily in Greenwood cemetery and afterwards be taken to Albany for
HOWARD - JACKSON - On Saturday, January 13, 1900, at the home of the
bride's brother, John C. JACKSON, 24 Tremont street, by the Rev. James DENNIS;
Clara JACKSON and Frank HOWARD, both of this city.
COLLINS - At Albuquerque, N. M., Charles, son of Edward and the late Eleanor
COLLINS, of Greig street. -Funeral notice later.
SELTERLEY - In this city, Sunday evening, January 14, 1900, at the residence of
her sister, Anna E. M. WILD, Jennie WILD SELTERLEY, of Stockport-on-Hudson.
-Funeral at 143 Spring street Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial private.
ASHTON - In this city, Monday morning, January 15, 1900, at the residence of her
brother-in-law, Egbert HOCKSTRA, 31 Lyell avenue, Janet, widow of the late
-Funeral Wednesday afternoon.
MOOREHOUSE - At Grand Rapids, Mich., Sunday, January 14, 1900, Mary M. MOORHOUSE,
widow of the late Emory A. MOORHOUSE and sister of Mrs. Jane Marsh PARKER, of
-Syracuse papers please copy.
SPENCER - In this city, January 15, 1900, at the family residence, No. 15
Violetta street, Philip SPENCER. He is survived by a wife and one son, Charles.
-Funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the house.
ABBE - In this city, Monday afternoon, January 15, 1900, at the family
residence, No. 49 Park avenue, Mary M. ABBE, mother of Mrs. Charles F. WITTER.
-Notice of funeral later. Burial at Pavilion, N. Y.
WHEELER - In this city, Saturday night, January 13, 1900, at her daughter's
house, 16 Bronson avenue, Mrs. J. J. WHEELER, aged 62 years.
-Funeral will be held this morning at 9:30 from the house and at 10 o'clock from
the Immaculate Conception Church.
COLLINS - In this city, Monday, January 15, 1900, at the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Henry H. VAYO, 59 Genesee street, Mrs. Catharine COLLINS, aged 87
-Funeral Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock from St. Monica's Church. Interment
at Lockport, N. Y. Lockport papers please copy.