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Description: Various News: Marriages (3) and other personal and business news.Date: December 19 1879
Newspaper published in: Batavia, NY
FROMM-BERG--At the residence of the bride's parents, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. C.A. WISSEMAN, Albert FROMM and Augusta BERG, all of Elba.
SAWYER-TOWER--The 17th inst., at the residence of Mr. Christopher MINER, by the Rev. Wm. SWAN, Mr. Chas. T. SAWYER, of New Fane [sic] N.Y., and Miss Eugenia H. TOWER, of Wilson, N.Y.
CARD-CLARK--At St. James Hotel, on the 18th inst., by Rev. Wm. C. LEARNED, J.M. CARD, of Yorkshire, N.Y., and Miss Grace E. CLARK, of Alabama.
LeROY WEDDING BELLS.
The Le Roy correspondent of the Rochester Express writes: On Wednesday evening the residence of the late Deacon Stephen COVERT, of Le Roy, was the scene of a brilliant wedding, at which time Miss Frances COVERT, one of the most respected and amiable of Le Roy ladies, was united in marriage to Major Joseph H. McARTHUR of the United States Army. Major McARTHUR is a graduate of West Point, and occupies a high social position in the city of Chicago. Their many friends wish them a happy and prosperous future.
Mr. W.L. OTIS visited Rochester on Monday and made complete and very satisfactory arrangements for costumes for the Carnival. The prices for which they can be obtained are very reasonable, and all persons who desire costumes are requested to notify Mr. OTIS during the week in order that they may be secured at once.
Mr. GROAT arrived in town Wednesday evening to accompany his sister, who is attending the Seminar, to their home in Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Harry LAY is home on a holiday vacation.
Burglaries are again becoming very numerous in this vicinity and our
citizens would do well to take very precaution. There is no doubt that many
men are driven to commit crime by reason of their being hard up, which
condition could have been prevented, if they had purchased their clothing of PERRY, SMITH & Co.
The public are cautioned against buying sewing machines with the number
of the machine defaced. Parties buy old Singer machines, repaint and remodel them, put them on new style stands, deface the number and sell them
for new machines.
Every sewing machine sold by Singer Manufacturing Co. has a written
warrantee, the number on which corresponds with the number on the machine,
and are sold in Batavia only at the corner of Main and Bank street.
Miss BURTIS' Dancing Classes will commence the last term this season at
Thursday, December 18th
At 4 and 7:30 P.M.
All the society dances will be practiced including the Five Step, Running
and Side Glide Waltze and fashionable Polkas and Redowas.