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30 April 1882
Brooklyn Daily Eagle

HOWARD - Mr. E. T. Howard will become a resident of Orange street on May 1.

FAIRBROTHER - James S. Fairbrother, of Maspeth, L. I., is sojourning at 
Atlanta, Ga.

SELVAGE - Mr. Selvage and family, of this city, have gone to Pearsalls to 
reside until next Fall.

FOOTE - Mr. and Mrs. John Foote, of Bellmore, L. I., are in Florida.

SMITH - Dr. Smith, of Flatbush, recently met with a sad bereavement by the 
death of his mother.

JACOBS - Mr. Charles H. Jacobs, of South Elliott place, has purchased a 
cottage at Sheepshead Bay.

LOUGHLIN - This afternoon Bishop Loughlin as to confirm a large class in the 
Church of St. Raphael, at Blissville.

REYNOLDS - TITUS-----The engagement is announced of Mr. David A. Reynolds, of 
McDonough street, to Miss Libbie Titus, of Waverly avenue.

ALLEN - Mrs. Hugh Allen and Miss Allen, of Pierrepont street, sailed 
yesterday for Europe, where they will remain for several months.

WILLIAMS - Mr. G. J. Williams, of Fifth avenue, has gone to England to settle 
the estate of his brother, lately deceased.

SWAYNE - General Swayne has secured a desirable residence at Southampton, L. 
I., and will pass the Summer there.

MILLS - Mr. J. Nathaniel Mills, of Hanson place is receiving the 
congratulations of his friends on his initiatory appearance as a father.

BERRI - Mr. and Mrs. William Berri, of Madison street, started yesterday for 
a trip through the West.

SUTPHIN - Harry Sutphin, of Jamaica, son of County Clerk Sutphin, of Queens 
County, arrived home from California on Thursday, where he had been for two 

VAN TASSEL - Mr. Emory J. Van Tassel, of Clinton street, and daughter have 
taken rooms at a hotel, in New York, and will make the Metropolis their 
permanent residence hereafter.

GUNNING - Mr. J. D. Gunning, who is one of the most active and energetic 
members of the Holy Trinity Chapel, has recovered from his recent severe 
indisposiion, and is able to be about as usual.

BUCHACA - Dr. Emilio Buchaca, of Hicks street, while visiting Cuba during the 
coming Summer on his wedding rip, will also settle up an estate recently left 
him by a near relative.

WALL - Rev.Richad Wall, of London, England, is visiting his nephew, Rev. Mr. 
Filger, at Pearsalls.  He has made the tour of this counry and Canada, and 
will soon return to the old country.

OSTRANDER - Mr. Stephen M. Ostrander is to read a paper before the Society of 
Old Brooklynites on Thursday evening next, on "Ancient Fisheries in Brooklyn 
and Vicinity."

BELDEN - Mr. Alfred G Belden, of Franklin avenue, is the champion bowler of 
the Williamsburgh Athletic Club.  The gentleman has held the prize pitcher 
for several consecutive years.

BARLOW - Mr. Wiliam Barlow, of Washington avenue, is the owner of three of 
the finest cottages at Shelter Island.  He will occupy one of them during the 
coming Summer.

JOHNSON - Martin E. Johnson, of Jamaica, one of the best known citizens of 
the town and an enginer of wide repute has been dangerously ill for some 
days, but is now improving.

BUSTEED - Ex-Judge Busteed has been confined to his house in Jamaica for ten 
days with acute rheumatism, and has suffered great pain.  He is improving.

HOUGHTON - Alderman Owen E. Houghton, of the Twentieth Ward, was overwhelmed 
with congratulations yesterday upon the addition to his interesting family of 
a beautiful little daughter.

STOTHARD - Miss Sophie Stothard, soprano of St. Barnabus' P. E. Church, for 
the past five years, has accepted a position in the choir of the South 
Reformed Church, Bushwick avenue.

DOMAN - The family of Mr. R. Dorman, of Lafayette avenue, sailed on the 26th 
inst. for London, expecting to spend a year or more on the Continent.

VANDERVEER - Miss Lottie E. Vanderveer, the soprano of All Saints' Protestant 
Episcopal Church, has accepted an engagement for the coming year as soloist 
at the Bedford avenue Baptist Church.

LARNEY - Mr. and Mrs. Larney, who were married in St. Paul's Church on Monday 
evening are in Washington.  They were accompanied to the National Capital by 
the best wishes of many friends.

WILSON - Mr. Charles Wilson, a well known Brooklynite who has been absent 
from the city for nearly a year, returned to his residence on Adams street 
two weeks ago.  He has been traveling in the West.

PLACK - Rev. George W. Plack, of Union Theological Seminary, has received and 
accepted a call from the Lewis avenue Congregational Church to become their 
pastor.  The ordination and installation will take place on May 16.

DAVENPORT-McCORMICK - Messrs. E. F. Davenport and B. McCormick, first and 
second lieutenants of the Uniformed Veterans of the Thirteenth Regiment, were 
the guests of ex-Governot Hartranft, of Pennsylania, during their recent 
visit to Philadelphia.

Transcribed by
Marion Sinnott