Monday, September 1, 2008

Mrs. Golder Ill

New York, 1895

News from Springfield.

Mrs. Daniel Golder is very ill at the home of Smith Watts.

The seven-year-old child of Mrs. John Stehler died on Wednesday from convulsions.

Rev. Mr. Bowdish of the M. E. Church preached a sermon on temperance last Sunday evening.

Ephraim Baylis, who has been ill has so far recovered as to be able to attend to his business.

Samuel Jennings of Hoboken spent a few days last week with Isaac Mulligan of Grand avenue.

Wright P. Higbie had a quantity of cabbage plants stolen on Friday night from his hot bed.

Charles Styles has sold his meat business to his brother George, who will take charge July 1.

The ladies of the Presbyterian church held a sociable on Monday in the church and a delightful time was had.

Horace Wells graduated from Pratt's institute last Friday. He intends to enter Cornell University in the fall.

Court Springfield of Forresters will hold athletic games on their grounds on the Fourth of July, at 2 o'clock, P. M.

The ladies of the M. E. Church will hold a festival and lawn party in the church yard on Fourth of July, afternoon and evening.

Cornelius Stoothoff on Monday afternoon, while putting a market wagon away was struck on the head with the pole and knocked senseless. It was found necessary to put four stitches in his head.

—The Long Island Farmer, Jamaica, NY, June 28, 1895, p. 8.

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