Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Scott's Jewelry Store Burglarized

New York, 1895

News in Brief.

E. D. Scott's jewelry store in Southampton was entered Monday night by burglars and a quantity of jewelry stolen.

Stewart B. Smith of Flushing left his bicycle standing in front of his residence Tuesday night and while inside the wheel was stolen. It was valued at $100.

Mr. and Mrs. Moses Worms, of Whitestone, celebrated their silver wedding Tuesday night. A large number of friends indulged in feasting, merry-making and congratulations to their host and hostess.

Hon. and Mrs. William J. Youngs of Oyster Bay will leave for Europe tomorrow. They will make an extended tour of the Old World and return in the Fall. The trip is made for the benefit of Mrs. Youngs' health.

—The Long Island Farmer, Jamaica, NY, May 24, 1895, p. 8.

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