Rochester Daily Union and Advertiser
Rochester, Monroe County, New York
JUNE 8, 1900
STOTHOFF — CHASE.
GENEVA, June 8. The marriage of Miss Helen Berkeley STOTTHOFF of Watkins to Orville Gerrish CHASE of this city took place at the home of Mrs. MAGEE, in Watkins yesterday at 4 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Louis F. RUF, pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Watkins. The maid of honor was Miss Caroline WEBSTER of this city and Stuart G. SHEPARD of Chicago, Ill., was best man. The bridesmaids were Miss Lucy MAGEE of Watkins, a cousin of the bride, and Miss Constance HOWELL of Corning. The ushers were Eckley H. STEARNS of Philadelphia, Pa., and Daniel M. BEACH of Rochester.
The bride wore a gown of white grenadine and carried lilies of the valley. The bride is a niece of the late Col. George MAGEE, formerly president of the Fall Brook railroad, now the Pennsylvania division of the Central-Hudson. She is well-known here and has a large circle of friends. The groom is secretary and treasurer of the R.G. CHASE Nursery Company.
MOORE — STAHL.
GENEVA, June 8. — Miss Della Avery MOORE, daughter of Mrs. Emma C. MOORE, was united in marriage to Jasper B. STAHL, at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening, at the home of the bride's mother, on Genesee street. Rev. C.O.S. KEARTON, curate of Trinity Episcopal Church, performed the ceremony. Miss Louise SEYBOLDT of Waterloo was bridesmaid and Henry NESTER of this city was best man. Both the bride and bridesmaid were attired in gowns of white organdie. The bride carried white roses, while the bridesmaid carried pink carnations.
COOK — BUCKHOLZ.
GENEVA, June 8. — The marriage of Miss Wilhelmina COOK, daughter of B.F. COOK, to William J. BUCHHOLZ, occurred at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday night, at the rectory of St. Peter's Church, Rev. J.B. HUBBS performed the ceremony. The bridesmaid was Miss Jennie M. LAWS. Theodore BUCHHOLZ,, brother of the groom, (didn't get rest of article)
FATAL SQUALL AT SODUS POINT
Sailboat Containing Three Men Overturned.
A.J. LEE, After Calling for Help, Sinks to the Bottom and is Drowned.
His Body Recovered by Divers — Narrow Escape from Death of Ford GARDINIER and Frank HAWLEY.
Special Dispatch to Union and Advertiser.
SODUS POINT, July 8. — A fatal accident occurred on the bay last evening. A.J. LEE was drowned and Ford GARDINIER and Frank HAWLEY narrowly escaped with their lives.
About 7 o'clock the above-named gentlemen left the Johnson house and went for a sail. The wind was not blowing very hard when they started but before they were halfway down Sand Point a thunderstorm came up quickly from the south bringing with it a heavy gust of wind which capsized the boat and threw its occupants in the water. When the boat was going over Mr. GARDENIER shouted to his comrades to keep hold of the boat. Mr. HAWLEY did so but Mr. LEE lost presence of mind, stood up in the boat and frantically waving his arms gave a cry for help. He then fell into the water and disappeared.
Several boats were rushed from the shore. The first to reach the disaster, were two boys, Herd DOVILLE and Thomas JONES, a negro. JONES dove and saw Mr. LEE lying on the bottom, but having a cramp in his leg could not bring him to the surface. (didn't get rest of article)
JUNE 8, 1900
A CHILD BEHEADED.
Deliberately Killed by Companions — Eight Men Will Die as a Result.
STOCKBRIDGE, Oneida Indian Reservation, Wis., June 8. Eight Indians and one child were killed here yesterday in a peculiar manner. A squaw went into the yard where several children were playing, caught a chicken and chopped off its head, leaving the hatchet on the ground. The children prepared to imitate the woman. One selected to act the part of the chicken was seized, its head placed on a block and hacked off.
A number of men engaged on a derrick in the yard raising heavy timbers in the erection of a barn, seeing the child beheaded became panic-stricken. The heavy timbers fell with a crash, killing eight men.
SPORT IS DEAD.
The Injured Elephant Hanged at Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, Md., June 8. — In the presence of nearly 2,000 persons, Sport, the companion elephant of Jolly, who died Wednesday, was hanged here last evening.
The execution was determined upon yesterday morning when the attending veterinarian declared Sport could not recover. Sport was injured ten days ago by falling from a railroad car.
The noose was placed about his neck and by means of a derrick he was lifted from the earth. He cried aloud when the rope tightened, but once in midair he was comparatively quiet. Twice he struggled, moved his tail slowly and then ceased moving.
The veterinarian pronounced him dead after six minutes from strangulation.
Eveline Hamlin WATKINS.
NAPLES, June 8. — Eveline Hamlin WATKINS died yesterday aged nearly 84 years. Deceased was born in Herkimer county. She, with her parents, the late Erastus and Dolly HAMLIN, came to Naples in 1833 with two brothers and one sister. Of these one brother, Edwin A. HAMLIN of Naples, and one sister, Mrs. D.E. McKALLOR of Victor, N.Y., survive her. She was married in 18?? and became a widow in 1856, with three children. The eldest of these was the well-known educator, the late Prof. A.B. WATKINS, who died at Albany a few years ago. The second son died at about 25 years of age and the third son died last year in Michigan. She thus outlived her whole immediate family, but is survived by (didn't get rest of article)
JUNE 8, 1900
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION
Mary BRENNAN's Estate Will be looked After by Her Sisters.
Letters of administration upon the estate of Mary BRENNAN, who died on May 18th(?) were issued this morning by Surrogate BENTON to Ann FLANNIGAN and Julia DREW, sisters of the decedent.
The estate consists of $6,000 in personalty and there are four persons entitled to share in the estate.
JAMES KANE'S WILL.
Instrument Admitted to Probate by Surrogate BENTON To-Day.
Surrogate BENTON this morning admitted to probate the will of James KANE, who died in this city on April 18th (?), leaving an estate of $800 in personalty.
Miles T. O'REILY is named as executor of the will which was executed on February 19th, and the bulk of the estate goes to a daughter of the testator.
William H. MOTT's Funeral.
The funeral of the late William H. MOTT, former superintendent of the Eastman Kodak Company's Works on State street, was held from the family residence, No. ?? Maryland street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Rev. Carence A. BARBOUR, pastor of the Lake Avenue Baptist Church officiated. The remains will be taken to New York city this evening for interment.
— Henry STRASSNER died yesterday at noon at the family residence, No. 222 H?? Street, aged 50 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, two sons, Henry and William, his mother, two brothers, John and George, and two sisters, Mrs. John KIMMEL and Mrs. John A. ????
JUNE 8, 1900
THOMAS — TALLIE.
Miss Minnie May THOMAS and Elmer H. TALLIE, both of this city, were married on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary H.(?) THOMAS, No. 339 Hudson avenue. The house was beautifully decorated with palms, roses, carnations and evergreens.
As the bridal couple entered the parlor, preceded by the two little flower girls, Jennie L. THOMAS, sister of the bride and Bessie DE MALLIE, the Tannhauser wedding march was effectively rendered on the piano by Mrs. George H. WALDRON. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles P. CO?T.
The bride wore landsdown with lace appilque, trimmed with Liberty silk and stephanotis blossoms. She carried sweet peas. The flower girls wore white organdie and carried pink sweet peas.
Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served to seventy guests. The color scheme at the tables was red and white, corresponding to that in the parlors. Mr. and Mrs. TALLIE will reside at No. 7 Dudley street, after July 9th.
FLADD — CHRIST.
Miss Cora FLADD and William CHRIST were united in marriage on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents, No. 19 Helena street. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Henry HECK. Miss Nellie FLADD, sister of the bride, and Miss Lillian BLAESI acted as maids of honor. Edward CHRIST, brother of the groom, and Edward LING, acted as groomsmen.
ELY — ALLEN.
Miss Catherine E. ELY and George C. ALLEN were united in marriage on Wednesday afternoon by Rev. W.H. STAUFFER, pastor of Calvary Church, Ontario street. Miss Mamie A. KNOLLER attended the bride, and Ezra B. HAU?? was best man. Mr. and Mrs. ALLEN will reside at No. 155 Scio street.
BAILEY — COLE
Miss Millie J. BAILEY and Horace G. COLE, both of this city, were married last evening at the home of the bride's parents, No. 20 Hickory street, by Rev. Thomas CARDUS, pastor of Cornhill M.E. Church. Mr. and Mrs. COLE will be at home after June 15th at No. 29 Selye terrace.
ANDES — UHL.
Miss Mayme ANDES and Jacob UHL of Gates, N.Y., were married at Holy Family Church, Tuesday, by the rector, Rev. D. LAURENZIS. Misses Verona ANDES of Canton, O., cousin of the bride, and Mamie ARMSTRONG of this city, were the bridesmaids, and Miss Josephine ANDES, sister of the bride, was maid of honor.
DUNBAR — BUCK.
Miss Carrie N. DUNBAR of this city, and A. Duane BUCK of New York, were married on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's mother, No. 17 Portland avenue.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. E.P. HART, rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
FRITZ — SMTIH.
Miss Margaret FRITZ and Charles W. SMITH, both of this city, were married last evening by Rev. William J. MILLER, pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Reformation.
WHITE — HETHERINGTON.
Mrs. Antoinette WHITE of New York, and W. HETHERINGTON of this city, were married here on Monday evening.
Back to the Field.
Frank P. CARNEY of this city, now a member of Battery D. Sixth Artillery, at present in the Philippines, has rejoined his command in the field after several months of illness spent in the hospital at Man??. He is now clerk of the battery. Mr. CARNEY is a former member of the Sev?? Battery.
Officers Were Elected.
At a recent meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Evangelical Church the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Emma SCHULZ; vice- president, Minnie GRAEB; recording secretary, Mrs. Maggie FISHER; corresponding secretary, Emma SCHOENTHALER; treasurer, Mrs. M. CLEMENS.