DEATH OF A PENN YAN BOY IN MEXICO - We understand that a young man named John
MASTEN, formerly of Penn Yan, Yates county, where his parents and friends now
reside, was killed near Santa Cruz on the 6th of March, in a skirmish
with a party of Guerrillas. He was attached to the Commissary Department at the
time of his death, and was on his way to Santa Cruz, with his party.
Hon. Daniel WEBSTER arrived in New York on Tuesday, on his way to Washington.
GENESEE FLOUR - The fine quality of the wheat raised in this region, and the superior machinery of our mills, have made Genesee Flour command the best prices in the eastern markets. Among the numerous fine brands manufactured in this region, "P. GARBUTT’S extra Genesee stands deservedly high. At the recent session of the Boston Institute, Mr. GARBUTT was the successful competitor for the medal and diploma awarded by the Institute for the best sample of Flour sent in for competition.
It is announced that Col. FREMONT is about to resume his Explorations of California, upon his own account. He is of opinion that there is much yet undiscovered which is calculated to have an important bearing upon the present commercial movements in regard to that and neighboring countries.
LAKE SUPERIOR NEWS - This paper has again been commenced for the season of navigation, and will hereafter be published regularly. It is a neat little sheet, and contains much intelligence from the copper region.
In Pittsford, May 25, by Rev. J. B. RICHARDSON, Mr. George SWAIN, of Mendon, to Miss Helen BUSH, of Pittsford.
In West Henrietta, May 18th, by Rev. J. B. MURRAY, Mr. David A. FULLAR(?), of Ridgeway, Pa, to Miss Catharine TYLER, of Sibleyv?i?, Mendon.
In Lyons, on the 23d inst., Isaac N. HART, Esq, to Miss Catharine MARCELUS.
In Nunda, on the ??th inst, Mr. Joshua S. PUTTINGER(?) To Miss Sarah A. CHANDLER, all of that town.
In Stafford, on the 23d inst, Hiram(?) D. CROCKER, of Le Roy, to Miss Sabra
B., daughter of Dea. D. ?OOLE, of the former place.
On the 18th inst. Orvan(?) K. ?UDD, Esq., of Broome Co, to Miss Emily SWEETLAND, of Stafford.
In Morganville, on the (11 or 14th) inst, Edwin POTTER to Miss Jane A. MUNSON, all of Morganville.
At Canoga, on the 18th inst, Mr. Wm. A. GREENLEAD, M. D., of Orange Co., to Miss Catharine W. WISNER of the former place.
In Barrington, on the 7th inst, Calvin EAVENS, of Spring Water, Livingston Co. To Miss Fanny Meirah HUFFMAN, of Barrington, Yates Co.
In West Schuyler, Herkimer Co., on the (11 or 14th inst, E. E. HARDING, Esq, of Hume, Allegany Co, to Miss Eliza WOOD, of the former place.
In Fredonia, on the 14th last, Mr. Estes H. COWING, merchant of Buffalo, to Miss Mary J., only daughter of John H. HAVENS.
On the 15th inst, at the house of George D. L?MON, in Gates, Mr. James S. TRYON Esq. Mr. Thomas ?OPPINO to Miss Ann PIERCE, both of Gates.
In this city, on the 2?th inst, by Rev. Dr. VAN INGEN, John ?ERAR, M. D., late of the Isle of Man, to Miss Esther CURPHEY a native of the same Island.
In Milo, Mr. James E. SCOTT of Penn Yan, to Miss Mary P?AYS, ED, of the former place.
In Beliona, on the 17th inst., Mr. Milton M. BARDEN, to Miss Susan COFFIN, all of Benton.
In Seneca, on the 2?th inst., Mr. Edgar H. HURD, to Miss Mary A. SCHUYLER, both of Seneca.
In Albion, on the 18th inst., Mr. S. G. SHEFFE?, of Tecumseth, Mich., to miss L. M. SNYDER, of Sayre.
In Eagle Harbor, on the 15th inst., Mr. Charles CRISMAN, to Miss Delila FOSTER.
In Barre Centre, on the 15th inst., Mr. Joel Q. WILFON, to Miss Sarah L. SMITH.
In Rose, on the 17th inst., Mr. Jacob SHAW, to Miss Delia,
daughter of Alanson WORDEN, Esq.
On the 29th inst, of whooping cough, Julius A., son of R. B. and Eleanor PAYNE, aged 10 months and 27 days.
On the 2-th inst, Alvah, son of Alvah and Catherine RICE, aged 1 year and ?1 months; of scarlet fever.
In this city, on the 26th inst, D? D. L. FISCHER.
In Pittsford May 10?, of Typhoid fever, Mr. ?erastus WOODRUFF, aged 23 years,
son of Hard- and Lurana WOODRUFF, after a short and distressing sickness.
By this sudden bereavement many hearts are sorely afflicted, and the parents of the deceased are brought to feel that the earthly prop on which they expected to lean is broken. "Clouds and darkness are round about him," yet "righteousness and judgment are the habitation of His throne."
In this city, on the 24th inst, of inflammation on the brain, Jane HART, daughter of James E. and Lowley LEE, aged 1? years.
At Manchester, on the 21st inst, Clinton younger son of Doct. Allen M. and Jane F. WHEELER, aged 6 years and 8 months.
In Batavia, on the 15th inst, Robert D., son of Mr. Robert HANEY, aged 2 ˝ years.
In Walworth, on the 13th inst, Mrs. Sarah, wife of Gilbert YEOMANS(?) aged 68 years.
In Macedon, on the 19th inst, Mrs. Rebecca H., wife of Isaac ARNOLD, aged 62 years.
In this city, on Wednesday, the 24th inst, of inflammation of the
lungs, Mary Ann, daughter of Joseph and Esther MI?LER, aged 8 months within
"We dare not deprecate the cross,
Or of ?ar loss complain,
Assured our momentary loss
Is her eternal gain."
In Caledonia, May 28th, James CARMICHEL, aged 87 years, a native of the Highlands of Scotland and long settled here.
In Webster, on the 18th inst, Fowler GIDDINGS, aged 20.
On the 19th, Albert RIKER, aged 6 years and 6 months.
In Penfield, on the 18th inst, Mrs. Nancy WESTCOTT, aged 78.
On the 22d, Horace K. HIGBY, aged 11 mos.
In the town of Caledonia, on Sabbath the 14th inst, Mrs. Anna F.
DENVON, aged 68 years.
She emigrated to this country from Dores, Invernesshire, Scotland, about 43 years ago, and five years afterwards was married to the Rev. Alexander DENVON, of the Old Light Presbyterian body in this town. It becomes the willing duty of one who knew her well for more than 50 years, to bear his (unreadable) to her sterling worth in the hun---er, yet respon--- walks of life; and there are but few women whose unassuming virtues could have better a (rest unreadable)
Rochester, Monroe, NY
June 8, 1848
On Tuesday, May 30th, by ? H. CARPENTER, Esq., of Chili, Mr. Hiram BULLARD, of Union, Rock county, Wisconsin, to Miss Jane BABCOCK, of Henrietta.
In Dansville, on the 26th ult., by Rev. Hesse EDWARDS, Mr. Henry S. FARNSWORTH, of Groveland, to Miss Elizabeth HARTER, of the former place.
In Lyons, May 23d, Isaac N. HART, Esq., of Hopewell, to Miss Catharine MARCELUS, of the former place.
In Oakfield, on the 17th inst., Mr. Daniel R. MURRAY, of Pike, Wyoming co., to Miss Alvira BAILES, of Oakfield, Gen. co.
In Roanoke, Genesee co., N. Y., May 22d, Mr. Thomas PHILLIPS, to Nancy PEASE, both of Canawagus.
In Gainesville, on the 10th inst., Mr. Lewis E. ELLINGWOOD, to Miss Olive CARPENTER, of Livonia.
In Buffalo, on the 24th ult., by Rev. Dr. LORD, Walter CARY, M.D., formerly of Batavia, to Julia, daughter of T. C. LOVE, Esq.
At Albion, on the 30th ult, by Rev. Mr. BECKWITH, Mr. Nelson BOSTWICK, of this city, to Miss Malvina A. TREADWELL, of the former place.
In Bethel, on the 11th ult, Thos MILSPAUGH, of Seneca, to Miss Catherine, daughter of Adam YECKLEY, Esq.
On the 23d ult, by Rev. J. FLAGLER, Mr. Isaac HART, of Gorham, to Miss Catharine, daughter of Dea. Marcellus, of Lyons.
On the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. CARROLL, Pastor of St. Mary's Church, Mr. Wm. DILLENTY, to Miss Mary SAVAGE, both of this city.
In Scottsville, on the 6th inst., by Rev. H. K. STIMPSON, Miles H. BIERCE, merchant of Scott, Cortland co., to Miss Laura Jane, daughter of Ebenezer SMITH, Esq., of Scottsville.
In Elmira, on the 25th ult., Mr. Theodore L. MINIER, of Binghamton, to Miss Sarah T. daughter of Hector I. MAXWELL.
On the 24th ult., Grove A. NYE to Miss Mary Elizabeth HEGGIE.
On the 23d, Joseph C. SAMPSON, to Miss Azuba WHITTLESEY.
In West Almond, May 28, Mr. John LEWIS, to Miss Mary McGIBBENY.
In Hinsdale, May 28, Mr. Allen BLOSSOM, Jr., to Miss Celina BENNET.
In Nunda, May 18, Mr. Joshua PITTINGER, to Miss Sarah A. CHANDLER.
In West Schuyler, Herkimer co., May 14, E. E. HARDING, Esq., of Hume, Allegany co., to Miss Eliza WOOD, of the former place.
In Geneva, May 30, Mr. Chester A. WARD, of Clyde to Miss Caroline D., daughter of Mr. Aaron YOUNG.
In Wheatland, May 25th, by the Rev. H. K. STIMSON Mr. G. N. GRIDLEY, Esq., of Chili, to Miss Martha, daughter of M. SAGE, Esq., of Wheatland.
In Riga, on the 1st inst, by the same, Col. John KELSEY, of Avon Springs, to Miss Susan PALMER, of Riga.
In Penfield, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. BELLAMY, Mr. Clark GRAY, to Miss Ann KENNEDY, all of Penfield.
In this city, on the 30th ult., Betsey FOSTER, aged 78 years, relict of William FOSTER, and formerly of Canterbury, N. Y.
In Canandaigua, on the 19th inst., Henry REDNER, aged 33 years.
In Manchester, on the 21st inst., Clinton, younger son of Dr. Allen M. WHEELER, aged 6 years and 8 months.
In Alexander, on the 18th inst., Betsey, wife of Dea. Thomas HURD, formerly from Litchfield county, Ct., aged 64 years.
In Penn Yan, on the 23d inst., Caroline Rebecca CHAMBERLAIN, in the 10th year of her age.
In Italy Hollow, Yates co., N. Y., Maria, wife of Lewis B. GRAHAM, in the 23d year of her age.
On the 1st inst, of inflammation of the lungs, Mary Louise, infant daughter of John and Mary E. CHRISTOPHER, aged 5 months.
In this city, Thursday, of consumption, Elizabeth L., eldest daughter of Jacob and Lucella HOWE, aged 16 years.
In this City, on the 5th(?) inst., of consumption, Frederick, youngest son of A?NEY G. ANDREWS, aged 17(?) years. Connecticut papers please copy.
Funeral from No. 55 Riley St., this morning at 10 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
In West Bloomfield, May?0, of scarlet fever, Mary Caroline, only child of Horace and Emma J. WEBSTER, aged five years and eight months.
Rochester, Monroe, NY
June 15, 1848
In Scottsville, on the 6th inst., by the Rev. S. BILLINGTON, Mr. Franklin HALL, to Miss Delphina SPENCER, all of Wheatland.
In this city, on the 7th inst., by the Rev. Mr. CHEESEMAN, Mr. John T. CRAM, of Ogden, to Miss Elizabeth W. PARSONS, of Riga.
In this city on the 12th inst., by the Rev. J. B. SHAW, Mr. Walstein FAILING, to Miss Sarah Jane WHEELER, all of this city.
In Oswego, the 5th inst., Mr. J. E. HAYDEN of Rochester City, to Miss Catharine IVES, of the former place.
In Fabius, the 8th inst., by the Rev. Mr. DYE, Mr. O. ROBINSON of Rochester, to Miss Helen M., daughter of Col. A. H. COLBY, of Fabius.
In Victor, on the 8th inst., Dr. McGee CALDWELL, of Phelps, to Miss Olive S. NOBLE, of Victor.
In Varrick, Seneca county, June 1st, Mr. Electus B. POST, of Phelps, to Miss Julia Margaret, daughter of John HALL, late of Geneva.
In Sallsbury, North Carolina, May 16th, Theodore H. HALE, of Canandaigua, N. Y., to Sarah, eldest daughter of the Hon. Nathaniel BOYDEN, M. C., of the former place.
In Avon, on the 20th ult., Mr. Wm. C. HANCHETT, of Lima, to Miss Caroline E. ROBINSON, of Avon.
In Elmira, on the 25th inst., Mr. William JENKINS, to Miss Almira WALLS, both of Chemung.
On the 5th inst., Mr. Michael MOORE, to Miss Elizabeth MUNCH.
In Erwin, on the 1st inst., Mr. Orlando B. HAMILTON, to Miss Emily A. DODGE.
And Mr. James H. HAMILTON, to Miss Armanda S. DODGE.
In Riga, on Monday evening, May 29, Dorothy CHAMBERLAIN, daughter of Alfred FITCH, Esq., in the fourth year of her age.
In Detroit, of Congestive Fever, Simeon P. DRAPER, aged 21 years, son of Harriet DRAPER, widow, and Henry DRAPER, deceased.
In this city, yesterday, John Alexander, son of Joseph SMITH, aged 4 years and 26 days.
In Mendon, May 23, Mrs. Alice TREAT, consort of the late Cornelius TREAT, aged 76(?) years.
In this city, June 12, of consumption, John SHALE, aged 33 years, son of Adam and Cadarina SHALE.
In Key West Florida, on the 31st of March last, Mrs. Harriet N. MARVIN, wife of Hon. William MARVIN.
At the Orphan Asylum, on Tuesday 13, John MUIR, aged 10 years.
June 22, 1848
In Lawrence, Mass., June 4th, Rev. George U. CLARK, Pastor of the First Universalist Society in Lawrence, formerly of Canandaigua to Miss Ellen M. TYLER, of Lawrence.
In Gorham, Ontario co., on the 8th inst., Mr. Joshua TRACY of Canandaigua, to Miss Eliza THOMAS, of the former place.
In Mendon, on the 7th inst., J. T. VOUGHT, Esq., of Honeoye to Miss Louisa SHERWOOD, of the former place.
On the 20th ult, Mr. Benjamin PERRY to Mrs. Sarah E. BECK, all of Rushville.
At the Washington St. Church, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. M. J. HICKOK, Mr. Daniel F. ALVERSON to Miss Sarah COW_ER_, all of this city.
In Palmyra, on the 6th inst., Mr. Henry M. NORTH, to Miss Sarah Jane GROVER, both of that village.
In Prattsburg, on the 8th inst., Mr. Edward S. BURTON to Miss Ann Eliza LAFERGE.
In Victor, on the 8th inst., M. CALDWELL, M. D., of Phelps, to Miss Olive S. NOBLE, formerly of Canandaigua.
In this city on the 19th inst., with inflammation of the bowels, Edmund J. JENNINGS, (unreadable)
-The funeral will take place this morning at 10 1/2 at the Second Baptist Church. The friends of the deceased are respectfully invited to attend.
In Benton, on the 5th inst., Charles GILLETT, aged 58(?) years.
In Mendon, on the 17th inst., of scarlet fever, two children of E. Henry BALA__ Esq.,
Sarah S. suddenly after a brief illness, aged _0 years and 5 months; and Mary S. youngest daughter, aged 3 years. The two sisters were interred in one grave on Sabbath morning.
In Clarkson, March 2_, Jemima, wife of John SMITH, aged 76 years.
In Hopewell, on the 7th inst., Mr. Walter HYDE, in the 67 _ year of his age.
At his residence in East Bloomfield on the 2d of June inst., after a protracted and most painful illness, Linus GUNN, Esq., aged 67 years.
In West Bloomfield, May 29, of scarlet fever, Mary Caroline, only child of Horace and Emma J. WEBSTER, aged 5 years and 8 months.
June 29, 1848
In Warsaw, June 13, Mr. Rollin C. KEITH, of Bellvue, Mich., to Miss Ellen H. BALDWIN.
In Pittsford on the 22d inst., by the Rev. J. B. RICHARDSON, Fr. Stuart REW, of Rochester, to Miss Frances Stella, third daughter of Mr. Richard PARKER, of the former place.
In Gates on Monday, the 22d inst., by J. S. TRYON, Esq., of Rochester, Peter VIDENER, Esq., of Chili, to Miss Adeline A., daughter of Moses GAGE, of the former place.
In Brockville, Orleans co., on Thursday, the 22d inst., by Rev. R. C. FOOTE, Mr. John J. COTHRAN, to Miss Sarah L. McKNIGHT, both of Knowlsville.
In this city, on the 29th ult., by the Rev. A. BERKY, Mr. John STOLL to Miss Catharine MILLER.
On the 25th inst., by the same, Mr. George FISHER to Miss Margaret ZIEGLER, all of this city.
In this city, on the 27th inst., at St. Joseph's Church, by the Rev. A. URBANCYCK, Mr. Louis ERNST, to Miss Barbara BETTINGER.
By the same, Andrew WEGMAN, to Miss Therese BARTELME.
Also, John GIEBERT, to Miss Clara BOOS, all of this city.
In Barrington, on the 15th inst., Mr. George DENSE, of Starkey, to Miss Mary Ann MATTISON, of Barrington.
In Geneseo on the 10th inst., Mr. C. T. McILVANEY, to Miss Alta PALMER.
In Scottsburgh, on the 10th inst., Mr. Rufus DRESSER, of Ossian, to Miss Jemima STEPHENS, of Ogden, Monroe county.
In Gorham, on the 8th inst., Mr. Joshua TRACY, to Miss Eliza A. THOMAS.
In Lockport, on the 6th, by Rev. W. B. COOK, Mr. William M. REPASS, to Miss Jane M. McCLELLAND.
In Black Rock, on the 14th inst., Mr. Hiram RICHARDSON, of Cambria, N. Y., to Miss Maria Jane BIRDSIDE of the same place.
In Castile, on the 21st inst., Mr. Martin L. WILEY, to Miss Julia SKIDMORE.
In Pike, on the 15th inst., Mr. John RENWICK, to Mrs. C. TANNER.
Yesterday at noon, Jacob GOULD, son of Wm. R. and Mehitable R. GIFFORD, aged 14 months and 9 days.
In Newark, N. y., on the 17th inst., Mrs. Helen CULVER, wife of Stephen CULVER, Esq., and only daughter of Col. Ambrose SALISBURY, aged 30 years.
In South Waterloo, on the 5th inst., Alla Rebecca, wife of Wm. YUNDT, and daughter of John HICKS, in the 24th year of her age.
In this city, on the 19th inst., Gertrude, daughter of Wm. F. and Jane A. HOLMES, aged 6 years, 11 months and 23 days. Wayne County papers please copy.
In Penfield, June 20th, Lucy OWEN, relict of the late William OWEN, aged 81 years. Pittsfield Sun please copy.
In Utica, on the 25th inst., Mrs. Emily W. MARSH, wife of E. K. MARSH, Esq., of this city.
In this event there are many features of painful interest. Early in March last, Mrs. M. was suddenly prostrated by a violent attack of epilepsy. She recovered slowly and partially her physical energies, but her reason was completely dethroned. Strong hopes had been entertained that she might be restored to sanity by a removal to the Lunatic Asylum. But while on her way to Utica for this purpose, she had a second attack of the same disease, and was utterly unconscious while life lingered. In this state she was removed to the Franklin Hotel, Utica, where the best medical attendance was secured, but she expired in less than twenty-four hours, and her remains were brought to this city, and yesterday afternoon deposited at Mt. Hope.
Mrs. MARSH was formerly from Litchfield, Conn. She had resided in Rochester some three or four years, and had attracted a large circle of warm personal friends, who will sympathize with her afflicted partner, in his irrepartable loss. For some time past Mrs. M. had been a worthy member of the Washington st. Church, in this city, and we cannot doubt, that for her "to die has been a gain." Connecticut papers please copy.
In Buffalo, on the 2d inst., of Pulmonary Consumption, Mrs. Eliza Jane EVANS, wife of O. M. EVANS, and daughter of O. T. FARGO, Esq., of Batavia, aged 30 years.
In Cleveland, of Scarlet Fever, on the 17th instant, Amanda, and on the 19th inst., Matilda, only children of Richard and Matilda JOHNSON -- the former aged 6 and the latter 4 years.