Rochester Daily Union and Advertiser
Rochester, Monroe County, New York
JUNE 4, 1900
Mrs. Charles PARTRIDGE.
PALMYRA, June 4. — Mrs. Charles PARTRIDGE, aged about 48 years died yesterday at her home two miles south of Palmyra village. Deceased is survived by a husband, one son, and three daughters.
Abram T. NELSON
NAPLES, June 4. — Abram T. NELSON died yesterday afternoon. Mr. Nelson was aged 83 years 8 months. Deceased came to Naples from Phelps over sixty years ago. He was for about twenty-five years engaged in the hardware business, retiring in 1875, on account of failing eyesight.
This infirmity increased so that for many years he had been blind. His wife died some years ago and he has been cared for by a niece who survives him.
Mrs. Amelia WAY.
Special Dispatch to Union and Advertiser.
CHURCHVILLE, June 4. — The death of Mrs. Amelia WAY of Sweden occurred late last night at the home of her son, Henry, who lives about two miles north of here. She was stricken with paralysis on Friday last while visiting with her son. She leaves three sons and one daughter; William, Joseph and Mrs. WHITE of Sweden and Henry of this place. Short services will be held at the home of Henry WAY at 2 o'clock Tuesday and the remains then taken to Sweden Center Church. Interment to take place at Beach Ridge cemetery.
Special Dispatch to Union and Advertiser.
LE ROY, June 4. — John DRURY, a well-known resident of Genesee county, died this morning at his home in Stafford, three miles west of this village. Mr. DRURY was born on the place where his death occurred 78 years ago, and was one of the prosperous farmers of this section. Besides his wife he leaves four children as follows: Frank DRURY of Stafford, Mrs. F.D. TILLOTSON of Le Roy, Mrs. Gordon T. WATSON of Batavia and Mrs. William DORNBERG of Muir (?), Mich.
Mrs. Sarah L. CARLISLE, an aged resident of Le Roy, died yesterday afternoon at her home on Summit street, death resulting from paralysis. One daughter, Miss Ella CARLISLE, survives her.
JUNE 4, 1900
RICHARD S. NOONAN.
Death of Former Secretary of Democratic County Committee.
The death of Richard S. NOONAN occurred yesterday morning at the family residence, No. 34 Orange street, aged 43 years. For many years he was employed as tallyman at the New York Central freight office. He was a member of the Cathedral branch, No. 88, C.M.B.A. and of Division No. 1, A.O.H. Mr. NOONAN was prominent in Democratic political circles of this city. He was secretary of the Monroe county Democratic committee for several years.
The deceased is survived by his wife, one son and a daughter.
The funeral will be held from the house at 8:30 o'clock to-morrow morning and at 9 o'clock from the Cathedral.
Mrs. Charles BREEHL
Julia, wife of Charles BREEHL, died yesterday at the family residence on Emerson street, aged 66 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, five sons, William, Edwin, George, Henry and Albert, and by four daughters, Mrs. Freda HONDORF of Churchville, N.Y., Mrs. Emma PORTER of South Dakota, Mrs. Anna BAXTER of Kendall, N.Y., and Mrs. Louise STEPHANY of Gates, N.Y. The funeral will be held from the house at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon and at 2:30 o'clock from Salem Church.
— Louise McCONVILLE, wife of Rev. George P. HOLCOMB, died June 3d at the Loomis Sanitarium, Liberty, N.Y.
— The funeral of Mrs. V.A. TUTTLE was held from the family residence in Chili at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon.
— Austin W., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. PAGE, died last night at the family residence, No. 50 Caroline street.
— Mary E., wife of James J. BARRETT, died at St. Mary's Hospital Saturday, aged 43 years. The remains will be taken to Geneseo, N.Y., on 9:25 train Tuesday morning.
— Emily, wife of the late William Frederic BAKER, died yesterday at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. P.V. CRITTENDEN, No. 140 Plymouth avenue, aged 73 years.
— The funeral of Mrs. William H. MILLER was held from the family residence, No. 105 Park avenue, at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
— The funeral of Edward GARVEY was held from the family residence, No. 29 Pennsylvania avenue, at 9 o'clock this morning and at 9:30 o'clock from St. Mary's Church.
— The funeral of Mrs. Mary BURNS was held from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Mary CLARK, No. 131 Saxton street, at 8:30 o'clock this morning and at 9 o'clock from the Cathedral.
— The funeral of Mrs. William WEBSTER, who died in this city on Friday, was held from the family residence in Mendon at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon and at 2:30 o'clock from the Mendon Presbyterian Church.
— The funeral of Mrs. Catherine SMITH was held from the family residence, No. 160 Brown street, at 9:30 o'clock this morning and at 10 o'clock from Our Lady Chapel of the Cathedral.
— The funeral of Anna QUIRK was held from the residence of Mrs. Ellen GREENES, No. 66 Manhattan street, at 7:45 o'clock this morning and at 8 o'clock from St. Mary's Church.
— Mrs. Anna BAUERS died yesterday at the family residence at Mt. Morris. Deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Henry SPAHN, wife of Officer SPAHN, and Mrs. Henry ARMSTRONG, both of this city.
— Jennie, wife of the late Henry LAVERTY, died yesterday afternoon at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J.C. MOORE, on East avenue in Brighton. The funeral will be held from the house at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning and at 9:30 o'clock from St. Mary's Church.
— Arthur Harrison, son of Charles and Ellen HANSIS, died Saturday evening at the family residence, No. 22 Miller street, aged 12 years. Deceased is survived by his parents, two sisters, Sophia and Ida and two brothers, Jacob and Eddie.
— Frank J. BOEHLY, son of Frances and the late Frank J. BOEHLY, died last evening at the family residence. No. 192 Portland avenue, aged 27 years. He was a member of the Cigar Makers' Union, No. 507. Deceased is survived by his mother, two brothers and four sisters.
SIXTY DAYS FOR A WIFE-BEATER
Brutally Beat Wife and Drove Family from Home.
In Spite of the Fact That His Wife Has Legal Separation from Him He Has Repeatedly Annoyed Her.
Convicted in the Police Court and Sentenced to the Penitentiary by Judge WHITE.
William KEHOE was convicted in the Police Court to-day of brutally beating his wife and was sentenced by Judge WHITE to serve sixty days in the penitentiary. The assault committed by KEHOE was a particularly brutal one. The couple have been separated for sometime and the wife is now endeavoring to get a legal separation from her husband. It is not the first time that KEHOE has been sent to the penitentiary. When they were living together he frequently assaulted her and many a time the police were called to the home of the family to protect the woman from her husband.
Mrs. Mary KEHOE has, since the separation, been living at 62 Berlin street and her husband has been boarding on Brown street. On more than one occasion he has gone to the home of his wife and annoyed her and whenever he could succeed in getting into the house he has assaulted her in a most brutal manner. Last Friday night while KEHOE was drunk he went to the home of his wife and before she had time to lock the door and prevent him entering he succeeded in getting in and he at once attacked her. She tried to get away from him, but he is a powerful and athletic man and she failed to escape from his grasp until he had dragged her through one of the rooms by the hair. The woman screamed for help, but if any of the neighbors heard her they were afraid to go to her assistance, knowing the character of KEHOE and fearing that he would attack them, should they endeavor to protect the woman.
Mrs. KEHOE, however, finally managed to escape from her husband and she ran screaming into the street. The children were obliged to flee from the home to escape the wrath of KEHOE. The latter then had full possession of the house and he proceeded to smash much of the furniture. Before he attacked his wife in the first place he threatened to kill her and when he caught her she feared that he intended from his actions to carry out his threat and she considered that she was particularly lucky in escaping from him.
After holding the fort at the house for some time and threatening to kill anyone who tried to enter he concluded that he had had sufficient amusement for one night and he left the house and went to the place where he boarded.
The following day Mrs. KEHOE called at police headquarters and swore out a warrant for the arrest of her husband. It was served on him on Saturday afternoon by Officers STEIN and MURRAY.
After hearing the testimony in the case to-day Judge WHITE was about to pronounce sentence when KEHOE made a plea for mercy and said that he would promise to remain away from his wife if he were released.
Patrick DOBSON, who appeared for the prosecution in the case, stated to the court that KEHOE's actions in the past had demonstrated the fact that he is a dangerous man and that he should be sent to the penitentiary to show him that such actions as he had indulged in could not be tolerated. Judge WHITE then sentenced him to serve sixty days in the penitentiary.
SHOT IN THE LEG.
Mrs. NOTHAFT Accidentally Wounded at Her Home.
Mrs. Minnie NOTHAFT, aged 35 years, who lives at No. 28 Weaver street, was accidentally shot in the leg by Louis NOTHAFT, her brother-in-law, who boards at the house. He was engaged in cleaning her revolver, which he did not know was loaded when it was accidentally discharged, the bullet striking Mrs. NOTHAFT in the right leg just above the knee.
The Homeopathic Hospital ambulance was called and the woman taken to that institution. The bullet was imbedded in the (fl)esh and yesterday an X-ray photograph of the limb was taken and its location discovered. It was removed this morning. The patient is doing well and no bad results are feared from the accident.