FEB 1891 OTHER NOTEWORTHY ITEMS
THIS PAGE IS A MIXTURE OF ITEMS NOT INCLUDED ON THE 3 OTHER 1891 PAGES.
THIS PAGE WILL INCLUDE OBITS,MARRIAGES,BIRTHS,SOCIETY HAPPENINGS AND A LITTLE BITOFEVERYTHING. AS ALWAYS, I CAN'T INCLUDE EVERY WORD SO EMAIL (FREE) FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS.




FEB. 2 1891 OBITS


DEAN EDWARD HAYES PLUMPTER, ELIE BERTRAND BERTHET, THE REV. NELLIE FANNING, HENRY E. KELSEY, THE REV. ROWLAND AYRES, SAMUEL BUTLER, MRS. DANIEL ODAY, MRS. VOORHEES,


MR. CHANLER'S ART SCHEME.
THE MOVEMENT BEGUN BY JOHN ARMSTRONG CHANLER TO RAISE A FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF SENDING AMERICAN ARTISTS ABROAD TO STUDY PAINTING UNDER THE BEST MASTERS, BIDS FAIR TO MEET WITH A DESERVED SUCESS..............

ITEMS FROM NJ.

A REPORT HAS BEEN CIRCULATION FOR SEVERAL DAYS THAT THE REV. JOHN L. SCUDDER INTENDS TO BE A CANDICATE FOR ALDERMAN AT THE SPRING ELECTION. WHEN MR. SCUDDER WAS SPOKEN TO ABOUT THE REUMOR HE MADE A CHARACTERISTIC ANSWER: " THERE IS NO TRUTH TO THAT RUMOR...............

POLICEMAN RICKERICH ARRESTED WALTER BLAKE AND HARRY MCGRATH AT EXCHANGE PLACE ON SAT. NIGHT AND CHARGE THEM WITH HAVING STOLEN SOME CIGARS FROM TURNER AND BENNELL, WHOLESALE GROCERS.....................

JOHN O'KEEFE, 50 YRS OLD , DIED EARLY YESTERDAY FROM APOPLEXY. HE ATTENED THE FUNERAL OF CHIEF HENRY E. FARRIER ON FRI, AND WHILE AT THE CEMETERY WAS STRICKEN UNCONSCIOUS....................

EDWIN E. STARR, SON OF WALTER L. STARR AN EXTENSIVE HARDWARE MANUFACTURE AT NO. 95 & 97 PASSALE STREET, COMMITTED SUICIDE ON SAT. EVENING BYTAKING A QUANITY OF CYANIDE OF POTASSIUM SUFFICENT TO KILL A DOZEN MEN...................


BROOKLYN ITEMS:

JUDGE OSBORNE IN THE CITY COURT, HAS ISSUED AN ORDER, RETURNABLE TODAY TO MEYER EDELMUTH TO APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE WHY THE DEFAULT SHOULD NOT BE OPENED IN THE SUIT FOR DIVORCE FROM HIS WIFE MRS. MATTIE EDELMUTH..........

MENTIONED IN GATHERED ABOUT TOWN:
PETER ANDERSON, REV. LINDSAY PARKER, CHARLES PALMERY, REV. FATHER MATHIAS YODYZSUS, JOSEPH RAGONA, FRANK EDWARDS.

FEB 6, 1891

MRS. BOUTON, 69 YRS OLD AND WIFE OF EDWIN BOUTON, MERCHANT TAILOR, AT NO. 253 FIFTH AVE. WAS REPORTED TO THE POLICE AS MISSING LAST NIGHT. SHE LEFT HER HOME NO. 226 EAST 114 TH ST. AT 3 PM AND STARTED DOWNTOWN. 
 

FEB 11 1891

MR. AND MRS. ELBRIDGE T. GERRY GAVE A DELIGHFUL COTILLON LAST EVENING FOR THEIR DAUGHTES, MISS ANGELICA AND MIS MABEL GERRY. EMAIL FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS. 


FEB 17 1891

THE STEAMER THOMAS SHERLOCK OF THE SOUTHER TRANSPORATION COMPANY CLEARED FOR NEW ORLEANS AT 7:30 THIS EVENING WITH 400 TONS OF FREIGHT, 21 PASSENGERS AND A CREW OF 55. ALMOST IMMEDIATELY AFTER SHE STRUCK THE OHIO PIER OF THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO BRIDGE AMIDSHIPS ON HER STARBORD SIDE AND WENT TO PIECES. ......................
MRS. MCLEAN OF PITTSBURG, WAS CRUSED TO DEATH BY FALLING FRIEGHT. IT IS IMPOOSIBLE AT THIS HOUR TO TELL THE FATE OF THE CREW, BUT IT IS BELIVED THAT MAY ARE LOST.
AMONG THE SURVIVORS ARE: PRES ELLISON, 2ND CLERK AND HIS SISTER MRS. WILLARD AND DAUGHTER OF COLUMBUS OHIO AND MR. CONNERS OF COLUMBUS OHIO.
ANTHONY DAVIS AND ISHAM REYNOLDS, COLORED DECK HANDS, GOT ASHORE IN A YAWL.
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FEB 18 1891

TTHE FILING OF TWO WILLS EXECUTED GBY OLD BLIND DANIEL MURPHY, THE DISPUTE RAISED AS TO THE RELATIONSHIP OF HIS DAUGHTER, ANNIE C. DIVVER, THE DAUGHTER IN LAW OF POLICE JUSTICE DIVVER, & THE THREATENED CONTEST OVER THE ECCENTRIC OLD MAN'S FORTUNE, ARE ALL LIKELY TO CAUSE SERIOUS LEGAL COMPLICATIONS.
ONE FEATURE OF THE TROUBLE WAS BEFORE SURROGATE RANSOM YESTERDAY. IT WAS A MOTION MADE BY CHARLES H. BECKETT ON BEHALF OF THE TWO NEPHEWS WHO ARE LEGATEES UNDER BOTH WILLS, TO STRIKE OUT THE ALLEGATION THAT YOUNG MRS. DIVVER IS THE ONLY HEIR AT LAW & NEXT OF KIN TO MR. MUPHY & INSERT THE PROPER HEIRS AT LAW, INCLUDING THE TWO NEPHEWS, WILLIAM G. & DANIEL S. MURPHY & PERMIT THEM TO INTERVENE & COME IN & CONTEST THE PROBATE OF THE FIRST WILL FILED.
EMAIL IF RELATIVE FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS.

FEB. 19 1891

A MYSTERIOUS SHOOTING CASE OCCURED AT NO. 100 WEST 28TH ST SHORTLY AFTER 11PM. LAST NIGHT. A WOMAN WHO, IN THE WEST 30TH ST STATION HOUSE, GAVE HER NAME AS ELLEN NELSON SHOT & SEVERELY INJURED A MAN WHO, SHE SAID WAS JOHN SMITH.
THE COUPLE HAVE BEEN OCCUPYING THE 2ND FLOOR OF NO. 100 FOR 3 MONTHS. LAST NIGHT 4 PISTOL SHOTS RANG OUT IN QUICK SUCESSION FROM THE FLAT & POLICEMAN THOMPSON, WHO HEARD THEM, DASHED INTO THE HOUSE. THE WOMAN WAS UNINJURED, BUT THE MAN LWAS LYING ON THE FLOOR WITH A PISTOL SHOT WOUND IN HIS ABDOMEN. EMAIL FOR DETAILS.

MISS ETHEL EFFINGHAM E. JOHNSON, DAUGHTER OF MR. & MRS. EASTMAN JOHNSON, OF NO. 68 WEST 55TH ST, WILL HOLD A RECEPTION THIS AFTERNOON, FROM 5 TO 7PM, IN HONOR OF MISS MAY WHO IS VISITING HER.

EMAIL ME FOR LIST OF STEAMERS THAT ARRIVED TODAY FEB. 19 1891.

OBITS FOR WILLIAM SCULLY,MRS. AMITY C. ALDRICH, ISAAC LOCKWOOD,JOHN D. HICKOK, MRS. JULIA DOUGLAS HYDE, CAPT. ROBERT ROBERTS.

UNDER CITY JOTTINGS:
MRS. MARY LOFTUS, 65 YRS OF AGE, NO. 748 E. 165TH ST. WAS SEVERELY BURNED YESTERDAY WHILE WORKING OVER A STOVE. SHE WAS TAKEN TO THE HARLEM HOSPITAL.

JOHN WELLIS, 8 YRS OLD, WHOSE PARENTS  HAVE CHARGE TO THE STEAMERR LONG BRANCH AT 148TH ST.  FELL OVER BOARD WED AND WAS DRWONED. HIS BODY WAS RECOVERED  YESTERDAY.

MRS. ROSE WEISE  66 YRS OLD NO. 44 AVE B. WAS RUN OVER YESTERDAY BY A TEAM & COACH BELONGING TO A PARTY UNKNOWN AT AVE B AND THIRD ST. AND WAS SEVERELY INJURED. SHE WAS TAKEN TO HER HOME.

ALBERT FARRELL 28 YRS OLD NO. 335 EAST 75TH ST. WAS STRUCK BY AN ELEVATOR AT NO. 208 EAST 120TH ST. YESTERDAY AND WAS SEVERELY INJURED ABOUT THE HEAD AND BODY., HE WAS TAKEN TO HARLEM HOSPITAL.

WILIAM TAYLOR WHO WAS CONNECTED WITH THE FIRM OF S. TAYLOR, SON  & JACKSON OF MANCHESTER ENGLAND CAME TO THIS COUNTRY 3YRS AGO. HE FAILED TO WRITE HOME AND HIS FRIENDS HAVE ASKED THE NY POLICE TO LOOK OUT FOR HIM.

ELIZABETH GRAVIS, A COLORED WOMAN, OF NO. 113 WEST 25TH ST GOT INTO A FIGHT LAST NIGHT IN FRONT OF HER HOUSE WITH RICHARD MEYERS ALSO COLORED. MEYERS KNOCKED HER DOWN &STABBED HER IN THE LEFT SHOULDER. HE WAS LOCKED UP IN THEST 30TH STR. STATION.

MRS. MARY SULLIVAN WHO ARRIVED INTO THE STEERAGE OF THE MAJESTIC YESTERDAY HAD BEEN DETAINED AT THE BARGE OFFICE. SHE SAYS THAT HER HUSBAND JOHN SULLIVAN WHO IS IN THIS COUNTY SENT HER $50 WITH WHICH TO COME HERE BUT DIDN'T SAY IN THE LETTER WHERE HE LIVED. MRS SULLIVANS SISTER CAME TO THE OFFICE LATER IN THE DAY, BUT THE AUTHORITIES REFUSED TO LET HER GO.

HENRY A. HICKS OF THE CENTRAL LABOR UNION, WHO HAS BEEN IN ALBANY WATCHING THE PROGRESS OF THE ANITPINKERTON BILL RETURNED TO THIS CITY LAST NIGHT.

FEB 22 1891

THE COURT ROOM OF THE SPECIAL TERM OF THE SUPREME COURT AT WHITE PLAINS NY. WAS CROWDED TO THE DOORS YESTERDAY BY LAWYERS,DCOTORS, CITIZENS &GOSSIP SEEKERS WHEN JUDGE DYKEMAN TOOK HIS SEAT ON THE BENCH AND CALLED THE ARCHER DIVORCE CASE. LAWYER CHARLES HAINES OPENED THE CASE BY STATING THAT MRS. ARCHER BROUGHT THE ACTION FOR LIMITED DIVORCE ON THE GROUND OF CRUELTY. EMAIL FOR DETAILS.


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