The Ogle County Press
Polo, Ogle County, Illinois
Dec. 14, 1867 through Dec. 26, 1868
Source location: Wisconsin State Historical Society Library, Micro-film
Excerpts transcribed by Margaret J. Allen Arnold
Madison, Wisconsin - 2010
Saturday, Dec. 14, 1867, p. 3, col. 3
In Polo, on 10th inst., by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. JONAS YOUNKIN, M.D., formerly of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. JANE HARRIS, of Polo.
In Oregon, on the evening of the 26th ult., by Rev. A. P. Hatch, Mr. WYCHAM R. C. REYNOLDS and Miss ADELIA S. JOHNSTON, all of that place.
In Freeport, on the 5th inst., by Rev. F. A. Reed, Mr. HENRY HOUGH and Miss MAY E. PRITCHARD, both of Forreston.
In Forreston, on the 10th inst., by S. Dickover, Mr. I. J. VOGLESANK, of Canton, Ohio, and Miss A. D. STAHLEY, of Forreston.
Saturday, December 21, 1867, p. 3, col. 3
At the residence of the brides father in Mt. Morris, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. JACOB L. COFFMAN, of that place, and Miss HARRIET M. CARLL; and Mr. HENRY BRAND, of Polo, and Miss MARY A. CARLL.
At the residence of the brides father, in the town of Rockvale, on the 10th inst., by Rev. Geo. W. Croft, Mr. FRED COOLING and Miss EMMA JAMES.
At the residence of his father, in this place, yesterday morning, of Typhoid fever, JOHN F. GRIMM, of the firm of Grimm and Co., aged 28. Funeral services to-morrow
Saturday, December 28, 1867, p. 3, col. 3
At the church last Sabbath evening, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. HENRY M. WATERBURY and Miss SUSAN M. HUNTER, all of this place.
By the same, at the residence of the brides father, in Brookville, Mr. CHAS. O. BASSETT and Miss MARY F. GIBBS.
Also by the same, on Dec. 26th, at the residence of the bridess father, in Brookville, Mr. LEVI LADD, of Buckingham, Iowa, and Miss MARGARET McKERRAL, of this County.
At the residence of the brides father, on the evening of the 26th inst., by Rev. J. H. More, Mr. BURTIN D. KRIDLER and Miss ELIZA BAKER, all of this place.
Thoughtful to the last, the fair bride did not forget the printer, but knowing, by experience how disagreeable to all compositors p1 is, she served us only with cake of the most delicious composition. Burt has evidently got a fat take, and may the lines of their joint lives be double leaded with joy. May the proofs of their affection be many and enduring, and the edition of their lives be illustrated with real enjoyment f all the happiness they have so often pictured in fond anticipation.
In Rockford, Dec. 18, of Consumption, MARY, daughter of Seth Hill, of Light House Point, aged 26 years.
In Rochelle, Dec. 12, 1867, PHEBA A. STEELE, daughter of George C. and Rebecca Steele, aged 16 years, 5 months and 9 days.
Saturday, January 4, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
At St. (Hman ?), Dec. 25th, 1867, by Rev. B. H. Cartwright, Mr. EDWIN W. ROBERTS and Miss JOSEPHINE COMSTOCK.
At Light House, on the same day, by the same, at the residence of the brides father, ELISHA ARNOLD, Esq. Mr. JAMES W. RICHARDSON and Miss HELEN ARNOLD.
On the same day, by the same, at the parsonage at Light House, Mr. HENRY H. BEMIS and Miss LUCY A. REED.
In Polo, Jan. 1, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. PETER D. GRAY and Miss MARY A. BOWERS, all of this place.
In Mount Morris, Jan. 1st, at the residence of the brides uncle, F. B. Brayton, Esq., by Rev. Wm. H. Strout, Mr. HARRY GOODSPEED, of ------, Ill., and Miss LOUISA F. JUDSON, formerly of Fon Du Lac. Wis.
(note, the ----- above is how it is listed in the paper)
Saturday, January 11, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
At the house of the brides father, in the town of White Rock, Jan. 2nd, 1868, by Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Mr. CHARLES RUSSELL and Miss CAROLINE SMITH.
At the residence of the brides father, on Dec. 26, by the Rev. (Hur ess ?), Mr. JOSEPH SHELLING and Miss MARY MYERS.
On the 6th ult., by the Rev. J. N. Stroh, Mr. DANIEL H. TOBIAS, of Maryland township, and Miss MARGARET MYERS, of Mt. Morris.
Dec. 22nd, 1867, by Elder R. Smith, of Mt. Morris, Mr. JOHN M. BARNHIZER and Miss MARY J. CODDINGTON, all of Pine Creek.
At the Parsonage, in Polo, Jan. 5th, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. GEO. W. PYFER and Miss LUCY A. DEAHL, all of Brookville, Ogle, Co.
On the evening of the 29th ult., at the Congregational Church in Le Raysville, Pa., by the Rev. W. S. HESTON, Miss S. C. BOTHWORTH, and Capt. E. T. E. BECKER, of Mt. Carroll.
Saturday, January 25, 1868, p. 3, col 3
In Polo, on Friday, Jan. 24th, in the thirty-fifth year of his age, JAS. M. SUMMERS, of Consumption. The funeral services will be held at the Presbyterian Church, at half past ten, to-morrow morning.
In Polo, on Monday, the 20th inst., ELIPH ANNIE, daughter of B. and E. S. Spencer; aged 7 months and 5 days.
Before the heart has learned
In waywardness to stray,
Before thy feet had turned
The dark and downward way,
(Ere sin ?) had seared the breast
Or sorrow woke the tear,
Rise to thy home of rest,
In your celestial sphere.
Saturday, February 1, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
In Polo, Jan. 26th, 1868, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. JACOB BRICKER, of Polo, and Miss ANNA HAMMON of Haldane.
At the house of the brides mother, in Oregon, Monday, Jan. 27, 1868, by Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Mr. CHAS. M. VORCK, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Miss EVELYN C. MARSHALL, of Oregon, Ill.
At the ministers residence, by the Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1868, Mr. DANIEL FRAME and Miss CATHERINE KESLER.
On the 16th inst., at the residence of the brides father, Mr. JACOB TRUMBOUR, by Rev. D. B. Byers, Mr. LEVI BILLIG, of West Grove, and Miss MARY A. TRUMBOWER, of Brookville.
Saturday, Feb. 15, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
Jan. 30th, 1868, at the residence of the brides father, Rev. (?) Harless, Mr. LEWIS BOVEY and Miss LYDIA E. MYERS, both of Ogle Co., Ill.
At the family residence in Mendota, on the 23rd day of January, 1868, Mr. JAMES SCOTT, aged 26 years.
Saturday, February 15, 1868, p. 3, col 3
In Polo, Feb. 9th, at the residence of Mr. S. Sprecher, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. JAMES W. WILSON, and Miss CATHERINE McDANNEL, all of Pine Creek, Ogle Co.
Saturday, February 22, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
At the M. E. Parsonage, in Polo, Feb. 20th, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. GEORGE M. PUTNAM and Miss EMILY M. A. JACKSON, all of Ogle County, Ill.
At the Luthern Parsonage, Forreston, Jan. 23rd, 1868, By Rev. N. W. Nilly, Mr. JAMES CAMERON, of Chicago, and Miss JENNKETTE McCLAIN, of Brookville.
At the residence of the brides father, Feb. 13th, 1868, Rev. N. W. Nilly, Mr. SHUK HAMILTON and Miss MARGARET McHERATH, all of Forreston.
In Oregon, on Monday, Feb. 17th, MARY L., infant daughter of Edward F. and Elizabeth Dutcher, aged 6 months.
Saturday, Feb. 29, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
Feb. 27th, at the M. E. Parsonage, in Polo, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. SOLISTINE GUIO and MARY PYFER, all of Brookville, Ogle County, Ill.
Saturday, March 28, 1868, p. 3, col. 4
At Benevola, Washington Co. Md., March 3rd, by Rev. Cost, Mr. Wm. T. SMITH of Polo and Miss VANDELIA BOMBARGER of the former place.
Saturday, April 4, 1868, p. 3, col. 2
At Pine Creek, April 2, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. EDWARD F. MATHEWS, of Morrison, Whiteside Co., and Mrs. MATILDA MONTGOMERY of Polo.
At the residence of the brides father, in Polo, Apr. 2nd, by Rev. W. Y. Johnson, Mr. J. H. LLEWELLYN and Miss M. M. HUNTER.
At the house of the brides father, in Oregon, on the 26th ult., by Rev. G. W. Crofts, Mr. A. E. STROH and Miss FLORENCE A. WILSON, daughter of S. Wilson, editor of the Guard , all of Oregon
My the same, at the residence of the brides father, R. Lee, in Oregon, on the 26th ult., Mr. GEORGE REIMAN and Miss JULIA E. LEE, all of Oregon.
Unknown page, col 1
SAD ACCIDENT Last Thursday a little son of J. M. Stowell, Esq., of Mt. Carroll and grandson of Maj. McCully, or our own town, came near losing his life by being hooked by and enraged cow and thrown under a manger, where it is supposed he was struck on the side of the head by the horse. Immediate relief was afforded, and about two inches square of the skull removed. At latest accounts it was thought he would recover.
Same page as above:
KILLED BY LIGHTENING John E. Bond, of Oregon, was killed by lightening while intering the village of Franklin Grove on Friday of last week. His remains were brought to Oregon on the same day, and we learn from the Reporter, were interred by the (cut off)
Saturday, April 11, 1868, p. 3, col. 2
A Sad Affliction
Mr. Tooke and lady of this city, with their only daughter and a little son about three years and eight months old, while on a visit to Courtland (sic) of this State, the past week, met with one of the most heart-rending accidents we have ever been called upon to record. Within the past eight months, Mr. Tooke has buried three children and now has but one living to comfort himself and wife in their affliction. Within two years he has lost four and all of them interesting and promising children.
Of the sad accident which resulted in the death of the last, a pleasant bright boy we are furnished with the following authentic account.
Prof. Tooke, having recently been appointed Dep. G. W. C. Templar of the state, was at Cortland by invitation to lecture and organize a Temple, and while stopping at the house of a friend and about to start for Chicago to attend a convention to be held there this week, the daughter in arranging her satchel observing a little toy pistol which was sent by a friend to her little brother, and handed it to him. In his ecstasy of delight he ran to show it to the lady of the house, who immediately stepped tyo the till of the bureau and took out a beautiful little silver mounted four barrel pistol, to show the child and compare with his.
Mrs. Tooke observing it cautioned her to be careful with it, as she was afraid it was loaded. To convince her that it was not, she held it up and snapped it, failing to go off. She immediately cocked it again, and on being requested to put it away, in the act of readjusting the hammer without reference to the direction in which it was pointed lodged the fatal bullet in the left breast of the dear little boy, who placing his hand suddenly upon the wound exclaimed. Ma that hurts me. The child soon began to fail and though conscious to the last, and anxious to comfort his heartstricken and unhappy mother, he exclaimed Ma I am going to Freddie and Emma that is all. a little brother and sister who died last summer.
Little Eugenie lingered but a few hours and breathed his last.
The funeral as attended here on last Sabbath. Dixon Herald
Saturday, May 30, 1868, p. 3, col.3
HILLS MYER May 27, by Rev. W. H. Smith, at the residence of the brides father, Near Dixon, Lee Co. Ill., MR. CHAS. E. HILLS, of Polo, Ogle Co., and Miss ELIZABETH MYER.
FINFROCK HILLS -- By the same, at the same time and place, Mr. SAMUEL FINFROCK and Miss CORNELIA J. HILLS, both of Polo, Ills.
Thanks to the generosity of the fair brides the printers were not forgotten even on this occasion. Prosperity attend them.
PEARSON WHITE -- On the 27th inst. By Rev H. Bricket assisted by Rev. M. N. Miles, at the residence of B. White Geneseo, Rev. R. M. PEARSON of Polo, and Miss SUSAN E. WHITE, formerly of Pomfret, Conn.
ROBBETS BARNES Thursday, May 14th, by Webster Osborne, Esq., at the residence of the brides father, in Leaf River Township, Mr. CHARLES D. ROBBETS and Miss HANNAH BARNES.
Saturday, June 6, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
Woolsey Holmes At the residence of the brides mother, in Downville, Delaware Co., N. Y., on Wednesday, may 27th, by Rev. Milo Couchman, Capt. R. Dickson Woosey and Miss Mary A. Holmes, all of Delaware County.
Choicest blessings crown the pathway of the brave and fair. We welcome back to Polo the Captain and his fair bride.
Saturday, June 13, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
WINSLOW STACKPOLE In Polo, June 6th, at the house of the officiating Clergyman, by Rev. A. Hyde, Mr. S. P. Winslow and Miss Fiora A. Stackpole, both of Dixon.
MILLARD In Polo, on June 11th, Abiather A. Millard, aged 84 years.
Mr. Millard was for many years a resident of Delhi, Delaware Co., N. Y.
SLATER June 11, 1868, after a short illness, Mrs. Emily Slater, aged 84 years, wife of Mr. Belford Slater, near Polo, and daughter of Timothy and Harriett Carpenter, formerly of Canada Settlement in this County. Thus suddenly, but in peace and holy triumph, has passed away a faithful wife, dutiful mother and an exemplary Christian. Our loss is her gain. COM.
Saturday, June 30, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
CUNNINGHAM SANFORD -- In Polo, at the residence of the brides mother, on Sunday evening, June 14, by the Rev. James Johnson, Mr. Wm. H. Cunningham and Miss (Delila?) Sanford. The bountiful supply of wedding cake which accompanied the above notice calls down the printers blessing on the happy pair.
Saturday, July 4, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
Michael Grove Near Lightsville, at the residence of the brides father, June 28th, 1868, by Rev. P. Hurless, Mr. Daniel C. Michael and Miss Amanda C. Grove both of Ogle Co. Ill.
MARSTON SCHOCK In Prairieville, lee Co., Ill., at the residence of the brides parents, June 25th, 1868, by Rev. J. F. Probst, Charles W. Marston, Esq., to Miss M. Schock.
Saturday, July 11, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
YOUNGER HENDERSON July 4th, at the residence of the brides father, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. B. Frank Younger and Miss Mary R. Henderson all of Polo Ogle Co., Ill.
Thanks of the printers are returned to the bride for the splendid cake which accompanied the above notice. Prosperity and happiness attend them.
GRIFFIN Saturday, July 4th, after an illness of a few hours, Norman H., only son of Leander and Mary Griffin, aged 2 months and twenty-three days.
Saturday, July 25, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
SCIDMORE FERRIS In Polo, July 23d, by Rev. R. M. Pearson, Mr. George B. Scidmore, of Lena Ill., and Miss Melissa A. Ferris, M. D. of Polo. Fortune smile upon the happy pair, the best wishes of their numerous friends attend them.
WILLIS BAKER -- At the Pratt House, in Mt. Carroll, on the 18th inst.: Mr. Geo. Willis and Miss Adelia A. Baker: both of Polo.
SEYSTER WAITE In Freeport, July 15th, at the Howard House, by Rev. F. P. Cleveland, Mr. Joshua Seyster, of Oregon, and Miss Ellie E. Waite, of Rockvale.
LAWSON In this township, on July 18th, Mr. John Lawson, Sr., in the 87th year of his age. Mr. Lawson was a native of Scotland, and the father of a numerous family who mostly survive him and reside in this vicinity. His gray hairs descended to the grave in honor and peace, and he leaves to his children a good name which it should ever be their aim to preserve and transmit unsullied to their posterity.
Saturday, August 1, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
LEE CREGIER At the residence of M. L. Ettinger, Esq., in Oregon, July 29th, 1868, by Rev. G. W. Crofts, Mr. Daniel E. Lee and Miss Mary Ann Cregier, all of Oregon.
BECKER Died in Polo, on Sunday, July 26th; Louis, youngest son of Reinhart and Mary C. Becker. Aged 4 months and 8 days.
Saturday, August 8, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
GREGORY WILEY -- In Mendota, on the evening of August 6th, by Rev. Mr. Harding, William Gregory of Polo, and Mrs. Lizzie A. Wiley of Arlington, Ill.
WILLIAMSON In Oregon, on Sunday, August 2nd, Caleb Williamson, aged 53 years.
Saturday, August 22, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
REED -- MASON On the 19th inst. at the residence of the brides father, Wm. M. Mason, Esq., of this town; by the Rev. Wm. H. Smith, Mr. James Reed of Land Dept. I. C. R. R., Chicago, and Miss Sarah B. Mason. No cards.
The happy couple will please accept the hearty congratulations of the Printer. Thanks to the bride for the good things and to the groom for the greenbacks. Reader, go thou and do likewise.
PALMER MUMMA -- In this town, on the 18th, at the residence of J. W. Rogers by Rev. S. E. Rogers Mr. Geo. W. Palmer and Miss Nancy Mumma.
MICHAEL MARSHALL In the town of Marion, on the 18th, By Rev. G. W. Crofts, mr. Daniel Michael, of Oregon and Miss Aurilia Marshall, of the former town.
KNOX SMITH In Freeport, on Wednesday eve, Aug 12, by the Rev. Mr. Cleveland, Dr. O. S. Knox and Miss Ellen Smith, both of Forreston.
STANG In Buffalo, Aug. 16th, Hattie A. youngest daughter of Hon. Jessie J. and Mary A. P. Strang, aged 19 yrs. 10 mo.
Saturday, August 29, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
WESTBROOK CRESY. -- In the town of Marion, Ogle County, Ill., August 9, 1868; by Charles /Wilbur, Esq., Mr. Amon N. Westbrook, of Rockvale, and Mrs. Eliza A Crecy, of Marion.
CRAWFORD THOMPSON. At the Farmers Hotel, in Oregon, by Rev. A. P. Hatch, August 20th, 1868, Mr. David D. Crawford and Miss Francis Thompson, both of Rochelle.
McCREERY. In Mount Morris, on Saturday, Aug. 22nd, Mrs. McCreery, aged 72 yrs. 2 mo. And 3 days.
Saturday, September 5, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
WHITESIDE STAPLEY. On the evening of the 29th ult., by the Rev. Wm. H. Smith, Romeyn Whiteside, Esq., and Mrs. Maria E. Stapley, all of this place. Mr. and Mrs. W. will please accept our best wishes for their prosperity and happiness.
MILLER BOWERS. At the M. E. Parsonage, Oregon, Aug. 27th, by Rev. A.P. Hatch, Mr. John A. Miller and Miss Nancy A. Bowers, both of Mt. Morris.
FIDDICK ALDEN. At Mt. Morris, Aug. 27th, by Rev. J. N. Caldwell, Mr. R. H. Fiddick, of Galena, and Miss Fannie E. Alden. No Cards.
HODGE BRINK. At the Oregon House Oregen, Sept 2nd., by Jas. H. Cartwright, Esq., Mr. James Hodge and Miss Minerva Brink, both of Rochelle.
Saturday, September 12, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
CLARK BEWLEY, -- At Dement, Ogle Co., Sept. 1st, 1868, by Rev. Mr. Dada, Mr. W. H. Clark, of Omaha, Neb., and Miss Minerva Bewley, of Dement. May their future be all they now anticipate.
OVERHOLTZER FERRIN At the residence of the brides father near Mt. Carroll, on the 6th, inst., by the Rev. Joseph Odgers, Mr. Jacob A. Overholtzer, of Brookville, and Miss Clarissa Ferrin of the former place.
The Printers blessing descends upon the bride that furnishes such delicious cake as accompanied the above notice.
BEARD BAUBY. In Rockvale, Thurs. Sept. 3rd, at the residence of the brides father, by Rev. G. W. Crofts, Mr. Martin Beard and Miss Elizabeth Bauby, all of Rockvale.
WOLFF. On the 23rd ult., at Warnersville Springs, Berks County, Pa., of Chronic Laryngitis, Joseph N. Wolff, of this place, aged 23 years, 3 mos and 3 days.
MARTIN In the town of Scott, Ogle Co., on the 19th ult., at the residence of her daughter, Freelove Grady, Mrs. Sarah Martin, aged 82 years.
Saturday, September 19, 1868 p. 3, col. 3
RENNER MACKELL. In Polo, Sept. 18th by Rev. Wm. H. Smith Mr. Isaac Renner and Miss Elizabeth Mackell all of this place.
GILBERT BARBER. -- At the residence of the brides mothers on the 16th inst. by Rev. A. Hyde Mr. George M. Gilbert and Miss E. Frank Barber all of this place.
SPSECHER (SIC) ---CONWAY. In Oregon, Sept. 10th by Rev. R. W. Crofts Mr. George Sprecher and Miss Amanda A. Conway.
OKANE. In Polo, on Thursday Sept 10th Mrs. Lucinda OKane Aged 53 years, wife of Daniel OKane, and mother of our present sherriff.
Saturday, September 26, 1868 p. 3, col. 3
SPOOR BRAND, -- The 23d inst at the residence of the brides father, by Rev. A. Hyde, Mr. Austin W. Spoor of Chicago and Miss Anna Brand, of Polo.
Thanks for the excellent cake.
McNEIL. In Mt. Morris, Sept 15th, 1868, Frederick Asbury: infant son of Dr. Francis A. and Barbara McNeil, aged 15 months and 17 days.
Saturday, October 3, 1868 p. 3. col. 2
HUNTER SPICER. On or about the 15th or 16th of April 1868, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. James Hunter and Miss Margaret Spicer, all of Polo.
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GEETING GEER. At the residence of the brides father in Forreston, on the 23rd by Rev J. W. Baird, Mr. George T. Geeting and Miss Susan Geer.
Saturday, October 10, 1868 p. 3, col. 2 and 3
COPELAND DOUGHTY --, At the residence of the brides father near Byron, on the 1st inst., by the Rev. J. P. Stoddard, Mr. Philander Copeland of Winnebago Station and Miss Cornelia B. Doughty of the former place.
HUFF KOHLER --, At the U. B. Parsonage in Polo, on the 3rd inst. by the Rev. J. K. Statton, Mr. George W. Huff and Miss Anna Maria Kohler, both of Ogle Co.
EAGER. Died at the residence of her son-in-law, C. R. Barber, Esq., of this town, on Friday, Oct. 9th, Mrs. T. S. Eager, formerly of Fayetteville, Vt., aged 80 years. Funeral from residencd of Mr. B. at 2 oclock, Sunday.
WATERBURY. Died at Duquoin, on Friday, Oct. 9th, Lewis Waterbury, recently of this place, aged 81 years. Funeral at Presbyterian Church, at 101/2 A. M. Sabbath.
RINEHART --, Near Haldane, in this County, on the 5th inst, David Ellsworth, son of David and Cornelia J. Rinehart, aged 1 year, and 18 days.
Saturday, October 17, 1868 p. 3, col 2 and 3
WEAVER SAMSEL, -- At the Washington House, Dixon, on the 12th of October 1868, by Rev. A. A. Trimper, Mr. James F. Weaver to Miss Susan C. Samsel, both of Polo.
APPLEFORD, -- In Dover Ill, Oct 13 Rev Daniel Appleford Aged 34 years 10 mo.
Rev. Dr. Appleford whose remains were brought here for interment Thursday was a member of the Rock River Annual Conference of the M. E. Church, , which relation he had faithfully and honorably sustained for the past four years.
As a Teacher in this vicinity, and as a Sunday School Superintendent, he will be remembered by many. In 1864 he was appointed pastor of Leaf River Circuit, in 65 and 66, to Dement and Malta circuit; and in 1867, to Dover and Malden in Bureau County, where he finished at once his ministerial work and earthly life. He was a native of Canada West, and came to this county in 1856. But he has passed to a better country whose inhabitants never say I am sick. W. H. S.
APPLEFORD, -- At Dover on Tuesday October 13th Rev. Daniel Appleford formerly of the Canada Settlement, this town.
PERKINS, -- In Delphi, N. Y. on the 20th inst, Salmon Perkins, in the 85th year of his age.
SCOTT, -- At Polo Oct 16th M. Louise Scott of Princeton. Burial to take place on Sabbath morning. Aged 28 years.
WORDEN, -- In Andes N. Y. Sept. 28th, Mr. Ira Worden, in the 63rd year of his age. Mr. Worden was one of the oldest and most reliable citizens; highly respected by all who knew him.
SCHRYVER. Near this town on Sabbath Oct 11th Barnet Schryver Aged 72 yrs, 7 mo. and 25 days.
Mr. S. was an early riser and while about the out-door chores in the morning fell dead apparently without a struggle, for when discovered by his family life was extinct. Thus passed away another of our old and respected citizens. COM.
Saturday, October 24, 1868 p. 3, col. 3
LOUDENSLAGER, -- In Woosung, Oct, 18th 1868, Charley A. infant son of Samuel G. and Helen L. Loudenslager, aged 6 months and 2 days.
October 31, 1868 p. 3, col. 3
ELLICOTT AMBROSE, -- in Mt. Morris Oct, 28th 1868, by Rev. C. R. Ford at the residence of Wm Hodges, Mr. Fairman P. Ellicott of Polo to Miss Jennie Ambrose of Pine Creek.
WORTMAN HULL. In Rockford, Oct. 22nd, by Rev. S. F. Holt, Mr. Wm. H. Wortman, and Miss Martha C. Hull, both of Ogle County.
OAKES -- SECHLER. In Rockford, at the American House, Oct. 22d, by Rev. S. F. Holt, Mr. William L. Oakes and Miss Emma Sechler, both of White Rock, Ogle County.
Saturday, November 7, 1868 p. 3, col 2
DEYOE MASTERS. In Scranton Pa. Oct 13th by Rev. W. K. Mott L. W. Deyoe and Miss Catherine Masters all of Scranton Pa.
WILSON NEWCOMER. By the Rev. D. Rice, at the residence of the brides father, Oct 27th, 1868, Mr. James Wilson and Miss Orpha E. Newcomer, all of Ogle County.
HENDERSON At Nauvoo, Hancock Co. Ill., Oct 16th, Harris V., only child of C. A. and Stella Henderson, aged four mo. And sixteen days.
Harrie we shall miss thee,
And well see thy form and more;
Yet we know thou will come to greet us
When we reach the mystic shore.
Saturday, November 14, 1868 p. 3, col. 2 and 3
HARE HARE. By Rev. S. H. Weiler, Nov. 3rd. Mr. George Hare and Miss Anna B. Hare, both of White Rock, Ill.
KEENY POSY. In Polo, Nov. 12th by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. Walt S. Keeny, of Lanark, Ill., and Miss Mettie E. Posy of Freemont, Ohio
GAGE, -- In Dement Nov. 4th Chester Gage, aged 25 years, son of Roswell Gage
CULVER.At Lincoln, Nebraska Nov. 2nd 1968. Mrs. Catherine Culver, aged 31 years; daughter of John and Lydia Lawrence of Canada Settlement in this Co.
Friends will recollect the affliction of the family a year ago, in the loss of another daughter, Mrs. Peck, at the same place. A little over a year a year ago these sisters moved to their new western homes. Mrs. Culver, like her sister, exemplified in death as in life, the power of the Christians faith and hope. To those around her dying bed she said, Meet me in Heaven. To a remark, she observed in reply, If these are my last days, they are my best days, and brightest; and a few moments before death Jesus is always precious. Thus do the loved pass on before. COM.
Saturday, November 21, 1868 p. 3, col. 3
HESS BROWN. On the 9th by the Rev Hye, Dr. J. M. Hess and Miss Mary D. Brown, both of Streator Ill.
HAY WEAVER. In Lanark, on the 8th inst., by Rev. J. Merriam, Wm. Hay of Carroll Co, and Miss Sarah Weaver of Polo.
GANN HAYNES, -- On the 4th inst., at the residence of the brides father, Fultonj, Ill., by Rev. E. C. M. Burnham, Herset C. Gann Esq., editor of the Warren Sentinel, and Miss Sarah E. Haynes, of Fulton.
HATHAWAY, -- In Delhi, N. Y. , on the 5th inst. Maria Augusta, wife of Hon Charles Hathaway, and sister of the editor of the Delaware Express, aged 65 yrs.
Saturday, November 28, 1868, p. 3, col 3
LOCKE SMITH. In Dement on the 16th inst by Rev. H. Buss at the residence of the brides father, Mr. Benjamin Locke of Urbanna, Ill., and Miss Jennie Smith of Dement.
May peace and joy be ever present in their household.
CHAMBERLAIN JOHNSTON. -- In Dement on the 12th inst by Rev. M. Decker at the residence of Mr. Mills, Mr. T. Chamberlain and Miss Susie Johnston.
COLFAX WADE. In Andover, Ohio, at the residence of the brides mother, Nov. 18, by Rev. Mr. Beach, Schuyler Colfax, of South Bend, Ind., and Miss Ellen M.., eldest daughter of the late Theodore L. Wade, of Andover.
FLINT WILLIAMS.At Polo, Nov. 25th by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. John B. Flint of Galesburg, Ill. and Miss Mira M. Williams of Polo.
The bountiful supply of wedding cake which accompanied the above notice entitles the happy couple our thanks. Prosperity and happiness attend them.
HELLER HELLER. On the 22nd inst. at the residence of the brides father near adeline, by the Rev. Chas. Kepper, Mr. Jacob B. Heller and Miss Lydia Heller, both of Maryland, Ogle Co. Ill.
BAKER JACOBS.At the residence of the brides father(Enos Jacobs), by Samuel I Jacobs, Mr. Hiram L. Baker of Johnson Co. Mo., and Miss Mary J. Jacobs of Ogle Co. Ill.
BENNET SNYDER.Tuesday, Nov. 17, at the house of the brides father, Mr. W. W. Bennet and Miss Kate Snyder, all of Oregon.
McDAID POTTER. Saturday Nov. 21, at the residence of the brides father, in Oregon by Rev. G. W. Crofts, H. O. McDaid Esq of Chicago, and Miss Louisa M. Potter of Oregon.
LEE PETTY.In Oregon, Nov. 24th 1868, at the Ministers residence, by Rev. G. W. Crofts, Mr. R. H. Lee, and Miss Phebe Petty, all of Oregon.
HAZELTON CURTIS. In the town of Pine Rock, Nov. 11th, at the residence of Mr. E. Stinson, by Rev. G. W. Crofts, Mr. Richard Hazelton, and Miss Ellen Curtis.
FRANE BENNER.-- In Oregon, Nov. 24th, at the Ministers residence, by Fev. G. W. Crofts, Mr. John Frane of Marion and Mrs. Mary Berner of St. Charles.
Sat. Nov. 28, 1868, (cont)
STETSON DAGGETT. In Oregon, Nov. 5th, at the residence, by Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Mr. Delos D. Stetson and Miss Elizabeth Daggett, both of Rockford.
BOGUE.In Polo, on Tuesday November 24th, of dropsy of the heart, Mrs. Harriet, wife of Hon V. A. Bogue. In the 55th year of her age.
In the death of Mrs. B., this community has parted with one whose consistent, unostentations, yet cheerful and confiding Christian life endeared her to all who knew her. The bereaved family have the sympathies of the community.
Saturday, December 5, 1868 p. 3, col 3
McCAIN TICKNOR At the Parsonage Dement, Ill. on the 26th inst. by Rev. M. Decker, Mr. McCain of DeKalb Co. and Miss Eunice Ticknor of Lee Co.
ACKER NICODEMOUS. At the parsonage, in Forreston, on the 24th of Nov. by the Rev. N. W. Lilly, Mr. Daniel B. Acker to Miss Susannah F. Nicodemus.
FLETCHER BELDING.At the residence of the brides parents near Milledgeville, on the 19th inst, by Rev. M. A. Rees (?), Simeon Fletcher, of Wysox, and Miss Phebe M. Belding. Also,
STEPHENS BELDING. At the same time and place and by the same, Charles I. Stephens of Linn Co., Iowas, and Miss Elizabeth M. Belding, daughters of L. C. Belding, jr.
SWISHER QUIVY. On the 19th ult., by the same, Mr. Swisher, of Iowa and Miss Mina Quivy, of Wysox, Carroll Co.
PHILLIPS SHUGARS. At Milledgeville, on the 22nd ult. by the Geo. W. Knox, Esq., Armand Phillips and Mrs. Mary Saugars, all of Carroll Co.
HUNTERNear Polo, on Friday, Nov. 27th, after a few hours illness, Mrs. Louisa, wife of J. C. Hunter, aged (?) years.
WALLACE In Mt. Morris, Nov. 30th, Otho Wallace of disease of the throat. He died regretted by a large circle of relatives and friends.
Saturday, December 12th, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
CHASE COE. At the residence of the brides father, in Lee Co., on the 3d inst by Rev. I. K. Statton, Mr. Arthur W. Chase of this place and Miss Addie E., daughter of Frederick Coe, Esq
HOLBROOK REED. Dec. 2nd, at the residence of the brides father by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. Charles L. Holbrook and Miss Hannah A. Reed all of Polo.
JORDAN LINN. On Dec. 1st, 1868, by Rev. M. B. Patterson, at the Howard House, Freeport, Ill., Mr. Jeremiah Jordan and Miss Ellen J. Linn, both of Ogle county, Ill.
McCLELAND MAQUIRE. At Galesburg, Ill., Nov 26th, by Zimri Pond, Esq. J. Sidney McCleland of Carthage, Ill. and Miss Florence O. Maguire of the former place.
Mack always had a strong prejudice in favor of the Florence over other sewing machines and we understand it now. Accept our congratulations.
Saturday, December 19th, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
MARSH HENSELL. Dec. 6th at the Parsonage in Polo, by Rev. W. H. Smith, Mr. Charles T. Marsh of Oregon and Miss Lucinda Hensell of Mt. Morris, Ogle Co.
HEINEN MEYER. On the 5th of Dec. at the German Reformed Parsonage, in Forreston, by Rev. C. Knepper, Mr. Ernst Heinen, of Forreston, and Miss Fredericka Meyer, of West Grove.
SHAFER DE WALD. At the residence of the brides father on the 10th ult., by Rev. D. Miller, Mr. Joseph J. Shafer of Ogle Co., Ill., and Miss Mary De Wald of Carroll Co. of the same State.
OKANE. In this town on Sunday, Dec. 13th after an illness of one day, from congestive chills, Miss Minerva Ellen, daughter of Daniel OKane. Aged 22 years.
WATERS.At the residence of his father near Mt. Carroll on Monday evening Dec. 14th of quick consumption George W. Waters, aged 27 years and 3 months, formerly of the firm of Waters and Newcomer of this place.
Saturday, December 26, 1868, p. 3, col. 3
WARNER SPRAGUE. At Lees Hotel, in Oregon, Dec. 15th, by Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Mr. Emery Warner and Miss Ellen Sprague, both of Grand Detour.
PORTER SPRAGUE.-- At Lees Hotel, in Oregon, Dec. 15th, by Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Mr. Nelson G. Porter and Miss Ann Sprague, both of Grand Detour.
CASS HOTALING. At the Presbyterian Church in Rochelle; Wednesday, Dec. 9, Rev. S. H. Weller, Miss Carrie C. Cass, and Major John R. Hotaling, of Rochelle.
SMITH BROWN. In Dixon, Ill., on Tuesday, Dec. 8, by Rev. G. R. Strowbridge, Miss Laura A. Smith and Wallace Brown, of Rochelle.
SMITH STEELE.In the same place, by the same, on Wednesday, Dec. 8, Miss Linnie Smith of Columbus, Ohio, and J. M. Steele, of Rochelle.
BOWERS SECHLER.At the residence of the brides father, in the town of White Rock, Nov. 10th by Rev. Geo. W. Crofts, Mr. Warren K. Bowers, formerly of the 92 Regt., and Miss Sarah Sechler.
SWINGLEY SHARER. On Tuesday morning, De. 15th, 68, at the residence of the brides parents near Mt. Morris, by Rev. R. B. Whitchell, Mr. John F. Swingley and Miss Annie E. Sharer.
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