RAILROAD ACCIDENT - The train of ca?? From this city for Buffalo, ran off the track before Bergen and Byron yesterday morning about 4 o’clock, by which the Engineer, Jeremiah GUILE and the baggageman, Henry BACKUS, were somewhat injured. The engine encountered a ???? head, which threw it bottom upward off the track, the remainder of the train with the exerp??? the baggage waggon and front end of one passenger car, remaining on the track. There was great apprehension among the passengers for the ????? the Engineer and Fireman, they being under the engine, but after half an hour they were ????ted, and we rejoice to add, received but slight ????ric? From the hot water, &c. BACKUS was taken home to Batavia, and GUILE arrived in the city on the afternoon train.
TWO COWS KILLED BY THE RAILROAD - The train going west on Sunday ran over a cow past Attica, as did also the one coming east in the evening, near the same place. In the latter case, an open car was thrown off the track, the train being detained until after the regular night run had ???fot the east. The passengers were obliged to wait over until yesterday at 1 o’clock.
BIGAMY CASE — We learn from the Syracuse Star of a bigamy case just developed at that place, John HILL, a carpenter by trade whose personal attractions are thus set forth "of middle age, bald head and one eye," came to Syracuse last July from Springfield Mass.; accompanied by a young girl, whom he shortly afterwards married. Recently the father and mother of the girl came on, and after attending to her wants, she having just become a mother, they had the man arrested, he having a wife and several children at the east.-- Two of his children are with the Shakers.
MILLARD FILLMORE - The Michigan Expositor has placed the name of Mr. FILLMORE at the head of its columns as a candidate for the Presidency, subject to the decision of the Whig National Convention.
TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT - TWO MEN KILLED
The passenger train, with about one hundred passengers on board, which left
this city yesterday (Sunday) at 12 o’clock, for Albany, was met at 1 o’clock
one and a half miles this side of Herkimer, but a heavy freight train, at a
curve where they could not see each other forty rods apart, and a powerful
collision took place.
Mr. James WELCH, a moulder employed at Higham & Co.’s Vulcan Works, in this city, was killed. He has left a wife and four children. His wife, upon being informed of the death of her husband was seized with fits, which continued in succession some hours.
Mr. Wm SMITH, of Herkimer, was also killed. He leaves a wife and one child.
A Mr. BENNETT, of Albany, had his thigh bone broken and driven into his body. It is deemed impossible for him to survive. Several others were injured, legs broken, &c.
The postmaster and express agent, who occupy the car next to the passenger cars, taking the few seconds warning given by the reversing of the engines, leaped through the windows, breaking sash and glass — and thereby saving themselves from being literally bruised to atoms.
The first passenger car was started from its track by the force of the concussion, and slid two thirds of its length into the express and mail car, the roof of which cut the top of the passenger car off, through the windows, just over the heads of the passengers, none of which were injured.
One man threw his wife and child out of a passenger car window, without injury to them.
Those killed and badly hurt, it is said, were on the engine, or standing on the car platforms.
Both engines and tenders, and the baggage and mail-cars were demolished, and the other cars in both trains more or less injured.
The cause of the accident is said to rest upon the Conductor and Engineer, who disregarded their running time. They should have remained at Herkimer until the down train arrived there.
The track was cleared of the ruins, and the disabled cars in three or four hours, so that the night trains were not detained in their passage.--
In Albion, on Tuesday, the 25th inst., by the Rev. J. N. MURDOCK, Joseph M. CORNELL, Merchant, of the firm of Swan & Cornell, to Jane M. COLE, lately an accomplished and popular teacher in Phipps Union Seminary, all of that village.
In this city, on the 25th inst., by Rev. J. E. COLE, Mr. John DAVIS to Miss Abigail VOND, both of Pittsford, Monroe Co., N. Y.
In Albion, on the 19th inst. Mr. Wm. J. DUNLAP, of Lockport, to Miss Jane M. BURHILL.
In Barre, on the 18th inst. Mr. Calvin L. SMITH to Miss Challotte A. ISAACS.
In Batavia, on the 20th inst., Mr. John LAPP, of Alexander, to Miss Christena REAMER, of Batavia.
In Canandaigua, on the 13th inst, Mr. James E. ROGERS, of Burlington, Wisconsin, to Miss Gloriana BEALS.
In Gates, on the 20th inst, by David MARSHALL, Esq., Dudley POPPINO to Miss Julia LOOK all of Gates.
In Batavia, on the 16th inst, Mr. Isaiah J. SPENCER, of Alabama, to Miss Amy LANDON, of Newstead.
In this city, on the 27th inst, at the Blossom Hotel, by Delos WENTWORTH, Esq. Mr. Charles DENSMORE, of Gates, Orleans Co., to Miss Mary Ann MURLATT, of Mendon, Orleans County.
In Riga, on Thursday, the 27th inst, by the Rev. Mr. REMMINGTON, Mr. Jno BELKNAP to Miss Harriet RICHMOND, all of that town.
In Oaks’ Corners, on the 29th inst, Mr. Samuel N. ANTHONY to Miss Mary Ann NEWMAN.
In Canandaigua, on the 24th inst, Mr. James GAYTON, of New York, to Miss Catharine SMITH.
In Clarkson, on the (no date) inst, Mr. Francis A. BENHAM to Miss Hannah KETCHUM, all of Canandaigua.
In Havana, on the 20th inst, Mr. Levi H. PORTER, to Miss Eveline MALLIMAN.
In Mentz, on the 13th, Mr. John C. PINKNEY, to Miss Mary GILMORE.
In Port Byron on the 20th inst, Livingston GOODELL, Esq., to Miss Martha MOTT.
On the evening of the 27th of April, by the Rev. Mr. FINLEY, at his residence on Anson Park, Col. William CHARLES, Proprietor of the "Rochester Temperance House," to Miss Henrietta DIMICK, daughter of the late Horace DIMICK, of Vermont.
In Wilson, on the 26th ult, by the Rev. Herman HALSEY, Timothy E. WETMORE, to Miss Elizabeth HALSEY.
In Le Roy, on the 18th ult, Mr. Joseph NICHOLS, to Miss Emily WALFROM, all of Le Roy.
In Gaines, on the 11th inst., Duane WINCH, aged 22 years.
In Alexander, on the 21st inst, Wm. THORP, youngest son of Ira J. and Rhoda M. TISDALE, aged 5 years and 8 months.
In Penfield, on the 24th inst, of consumption, Mrs. Susan, wife of Frederick P. BARRENGER, aged 49 years. Albany and Troy papers please copy.
In this city, yesterday afternoon about 3 o’clock, Harriet, only daughter of John R. and Mary ELDRIDGE, aged 3 years and 4 months.
In Irondequoit, April 27th, of scarlet fever, Ann Elizabeth, only child of Squire C. and Mary J. GREGORY, aged 5 years, 7 months and 2 days. Chicago and Milwaukee papers please copy.
In Allen, Allegany Co., on the 1?th inst. Mrs. Mary Amelia, wife of Mr. Charles B. FELT, aged 20 years. Her death was happy and triumphant.
In Palmyra, on the 24th inst, Thomas HOWARD, aged 41 years.
In Walworth, on the 12th inst, Benjamin HOAG, aged 96 years.
In Macedon, on the 16th inst, Nelson LORD, formerly of Williamson, aged 21 years.
In Auburn on the 24th inst, Ira CURTIS, Esq., aged 53 years.
In Lockport, on the 18th inst, Nancy, wife of Christopher L. TAYLOR, of Hartland.
In Hornby, on the 14th inst, Rebecca, wife of Daniel CURTISS, in her 73d year.
In Seneca, on the 22d inst, Charles, son of Peter and Mary Ann VAN OSTRAND, aged 1 year and 7 months.
In Avon, Livingston Co., N. Y., on Thursday, the 27th ult, Mr. Hermon LADD, aged 78 years, after a long and painful illness which was with christian fortitude. Mr. LADD was one of the early settlers of the Genesee Valley, and for many years known as one of the independent and pattern farmers of Avon - a member and liberal supporters of the Presbyterian Church. - Editors at Chillicothe and Cincinnati, Ohio, and Flint River, Michigan, will please publish.
On Sunday morning, 30th ult, Helen Mar, daughter of Henry and Sarah Conine, aged 4 years and nine months.
In this city, on the 28th ult, of congestion of the lungs, after an illness of only one week, Capt. William GREEN, father of Mrs. Dr. Matthew BROWN, aged 77.
In this city, on the morning of the first inst. Of scarlet fever, Lucy Jane
PHELPS, daughter of Henry and Julia P. PHELPS, aged 10 years, 10 months and ?6
The subject of this notice was truly a remarkable child, warm hearted, affectionate and social in her disposition, she had uncommonly strong attachments for her companions. She early developed a maturity of judgment, discrimination and vigor of thought; energy of character and intellectual ???owments far beyond her years. On Saturday, 22d ult, after spending the day with one of her young friends in unusual hilarity and enjoyment, she was suddenly and severely attacked in the night with scarlet fever, which in a few days terminated her existence. Though her sufferings were acute, she bore them with singular fortitude. Her remarks on witnessing the sure approach of death, evinced a composure and thoughtful regard to the feelings of her relatives seldom exhibited by sufferers of riper years. This bereavement is pueuilar(?), afflictive to her parents, brother and sister -
When attacked, Lucy was a scholar in the Allen Seminary of great promise. May this Providence be sanctified to her surviving companions.
In this city, on the morning of May 1st, of croup, Eleanor Elizabeth, daughter of John S. and Martha A. BLOSSOM, aged 4 years and 1 month.
On Saturday morning, Henry ROSWELL, third son of Freeman CLARKE, Esq., aged seven years.
On Sunday evening, Francis Kendrick, youngest son of Freeman CLARKE, Esq., aged 2 years, 1 month and 15 days.
On the 29th ult, of congestion of the brain, George, second son of Edward S. and Emmeline COFFRAIN, aged 5 years, 4 months and 26 days. - Salem, Mass., papers please copy.
THE SUSPECTED MURDERERS OF MRS. PIERCE
A rumor has been current in our city for a week or ten days, that the
murderers of Mr. Porter P. PIERCE had been arrested and confined in jail, and as
is usual, the story lost nothing by being repeated. It is true that four
individuals, two men and their wives, have been in confinement, under suspicion,
but nothing has been elicited that shows the least guilt.
In the first place the wife of a Frenchman was complained of by her husband, and brought to the Police office, and while there she threatened to reveal certain things that would be greatly to his disadvantage; and finally, under oath, while somewhat intoxicated, testified that her husband had admitted to her that himself and another individual named had committed the murder; that her husband’s clothes were bloody, and she had endeavored to clean them; giving also various other circumstances that induced the belief that there might possibly be something in it, and anxious to take all possible means to solve the mystery, the authorities committed the four. On visiting their premises, the clothes were found to have spots on them which very much resembled blood, but yet on her subsequent examination, the woman swore that she was not aware that she had testified as previously stated, and that if she had, it was all false; she knew nothing of the murder, and had only heard that a body had been found, without learning any of the attendant circumstances. In this statement, she persisted with the utmost apparent sincerity, and after a full examination of every circumstance, they were discharged on Thursday.
The probability is, that the first statement was but the ravings of an intoxicated, maddened woman, which the spots upon the clothes, and upon a shirt, seemed to confirm. No tangible evidence of guilt whatever was brought out on the examination. We have been thus particular in the matter, for the reason that there are a thousand unfounded rumors afloat.
In this city, on last Sunday evening in St. Mary’s Church, by the Rev. Lawrence CARROLL, George COLE to Amelia Stuart BUCHAN.
In Mendon, on the 27th ult, by Rev. J. B. MURRAY, of West Henrietta, Mr. Lorenzo D. WEEKS of St. Josephs Co., Michigan, to Miss Betsey Ann MONFORT, of Mendon.
In Bristol, on the 23d ult, Mr. Roderick WOOD to Miss Ann WILDER, both of South Bristol.
In Batavia, on the 25th ult, William SEAVER to Mary M. MORRISON.
On the 27th ult, Mr. John MOOR, Jr. to Miss Emily O CAULKINS, both of Batavia
In Millville, Doctor M. T. HUFF, to Miss Helen J. ROOT.
In Jerusalem, on the 16th ult, Mr. Nathan LOUNSBERY to Miss Arminda A. RUNNER, all of Jerusalem.
In Barrington, on the 25th ult, Mr. Elisha CASWELL of M?rgaretta, Ohio, to Harriet E. MAPLES of the former place.
In Bath, Steuben Co., on the 29th ult, Mr. Griffin B. WALTON to Miss Betsy A. CHURCHILL, all of Starkey.
In Waterloo, on the 25th ult, Wm. McGOWEN to Miss Sarah L. GRAVES.
In Utica, on the 24th, ult, Mr. Charles H. GILLAM, of Geneva to Miss Sarah A. WILLIAMS, of Utica.
In Mendon, on the 4th ult, by Rev. James A. BOLLES, Mr. Russell THORP, of Batavia, to Miss Ann FOOT, of the former place.
In Grace Church, Lockport, Mr. Andrew R. FERGUSON to Miss Catharine Elizabeth
On the 30th ult, Isaac T. BONNELL; to Mary C., oldest daughter of Thomas LEVAN.
In Cuba, April 28, Mr. Erastus WILLARD, of Burton, Cattaraugus County, to Miss Harriet HUNTLEY.
At Alfred Academy, April 13, Mr. Asa W. SMITH, of Coudersport, Pa., to Miss Caroline M. HUGHES, of Almond.
In Rush, on the 3d inst., by the Rev. O. C. BEARDSLEY, Mr. Eager BELDEN, of Rochester, to Miss Jennett A., daughter of John B. CROSBY, Esq., of Rush.
In Clay, on the 3d inst, Mr. Jasper RICE, of Kendal, Orleans county, to Miss Rhoda R. SOULE, daughter of Judge SOULE, of the former place.
In Groveland, on the 14th ult, Mr. Emmons SHERD, of Ingham Co., Michigan, to Miss Sarah DAKIN, of Sparta.
In Vienna, on the 1st inst, Mrs. Anna PIERSON, aged 73 years.
In Bristol, on the 1st inst, Mr. Daniel A. BENEDICT, aged 66 years.
In this city, on the 2d inst., Elijah ACKLEY, aged 63 years, formerly from East Hadam, Con.
In Carlson, Orleans Co., on the 27th ult, Munson HOBBS, aged 75
Mr. HOBBS has been a resident of the Holland Purchase for the 1st (?) 40 years.
In Toronto, Canada, on the 16th ult, suddenly of apoplexy Mr. Thomas GLASSCO, senior, one of the oldest inhabitants of that city.
In South Bristol, on the 1st inst, John W., son of Isaac and Lydia TREMBY, aged 2 years, 2 mos. And 3 days.
In Peterborough, N. H., April 27, Andrew MILLER, aged 75 years; father of Mark and John MILLER, of this city.
In this city, on the 2d inst, of congestion of the lungs, Mrs. Honer PHILLIPS, aged 78 years; mother of Jonathan BLYNN, Esq.
In Lyons, on the 20th of April, Charles B. PORTER, aged 3 years,
11 months and 6 days.
Also on the 23d of April, George C. PORTER, aged 6 years, 2 mos. And 5 days.
Also on the 1st inst. Sarah M. PORTER, aged 7 years and 7 months. Each of these 3 children died of scarlet fever. The afflicted parents have now lost 4 children during the past year.
In Barrington, on the 29th ult, Elias VAN COURT, aged 27.
In Ovid, on the 28th ult, Mrs. Nancy BOLTER, aged 68 years, wife of William BOLTER, late of Northampton, Mass.
At Rose Cottage, April 28, Margaret Ida, daughter of GCP and A?n TEN?, aged 11 months.
In Geneva, on the 1st inst, after a short and painful sickness, Mr. George HEMIUP, aged 56.
In this city, on the 29th of April inst, Benj. A. KILLBAURN, of
Chili, from the effects of poisonous drugs taken while residing in Indiana, for
the cure of bilious fever; aged 19 years.
Thus in the morn of life and hope,
A vigorous youth hath fallen,
Unable to withstand the c??
From which he drank the poison.
In Angelica, April 25, after a lingering illness, Mary, daughter of James and Ann WELLS, aged 11 months and 10 days.
In Newfane, on the 24th ult, Lydia A. ANDRUS, wife of Lemuel T. ANDRUS, aged 2? Years.
In Lockport, on the 1st inst, of whooping cough, Charles, infant son of Charles A. and Lauretta MORSE, aged 6 months and 15 days.
On Monday, the 8th inst, Harvey Garnsey, son of Dr. H. F. MONTGOMERY, aged one month.
In Scottsville, on Saturday, May 6th, Jane A., wife of Rev. Henry R. DOOLITTLE.
Yesterday morning, the 7th inst, after a severe and painful illness, Susan, wife of Wm. H. BRUNDAGE, in the 30th year of her age. - New York and Connecticut papers will please copy.
In Utica, on the 24th ult., Mr. Charles H. GILMAN, of Geneva, to Miss Martha WILLIAMS, of Utica.
In Bath, Steuben co., on the 29th ult, Mr. Griffin B. WALTON to Miss Betsey A. CHURCHILL, all of Starkey.
This morning, in St. Joseph’s Church, by the Rev. J. J. CONROY, Thomas E. BURTSELL, M. D., of New York, to Mary, daughter of the late John CASSIDY, of this city.
In Castile, on the 2d inst., Mr. John UTTER and Miss Louisa LAPHAM, both of that place.
In Warsaw, on the 4th inst, Mr. Marvin N. FARGO of Warsaw, and Miss Hannah(?) DEVINGS, of Bu??oa, Erie co.
In Henrietta, on the 9th inst, by the Rev. Dr. LUCKY, Mr. Nathaniel P. OSBORN, of this city, to Miss Mary D?YER, of the former place.
At Rock Stream, on the 30th ult., Mr. Ezariah CHANDLE, and Miss Mary Jane BEACH.
In Macedon, on the 4th inst, Mr. Ezra JEWELL, of Lyons, to Miss
Phebe WATERS, of this village
On the 27th ult., Mr. Carlos S.EGGLESTON, to Miss Anna E. WILCOX.
In Victor on the 7th inst. Mr. William BUTTOLF, of Walworth, to Miss Sophia SMITH, of Macedon.
On the 25th of March, in new Orleans, Mr. Joel MURRAY, of Hopewell, to Miss Virginia T. SHORT.
In Trinity Church, Toledo, Ohio, April 6, Mr. Thomas WATKINS, Jr., to Miss Mary Ann WILEY, formerly of Canandaigua.
In Le Roy, on the 4th inst., Mr. John P. VINCENT, to Mrs. Sophia L. WELLS, of Greenfield, Mass.
In Wyoming, Mr. Hiram E. ADAMS and Miss Sylvina HODGE, both of Warsaw.
In Warsaw, April 30th, Mr. James G. HOVEY of Lap??t, Indiana, to Miss Julia WEBSTER, daughter of William WEBSTER.
On the 3d inst, Silas PETERSON, to Miss Emeline STANLEY.
In this city, on the 15th inst., by the Rev. M. CARROLL, Mr. Thomas P. SHERIDAN to Miss Sarah STORY.
In Brighton, on the 10th ult, by Rev. ? B. GRAY, Mr. Edwin L. GORHAM to Miss Julia A. WINSLOW, formerly of Troy.
In Sweden, last evening, April 29th , of Scarlet Fever, Sarah
Louisa, aged 4 years,
and on Sunday evening May 7th, of the same disease, George Clinton, aged 7 months, youngest children of D. J. AVERY, Esq.
In Sweden on Thursday evening, May 4th of Scarlet fever, Sarah Julia, youngest child of Doctor S. M. OLDEN(?), aged 3 years and 4 months.
In Warsaw, on the 8th inst., Calvin HARRINGTON, aged 53 years.
In Wexford, Canada West, Mr. Daniel AIKEN, aged 120 years. He had during his life contracted seven marriages, and had (370 or 570) grand children and great-grandchildren, 300 boys and (270 or 70) girls.
In Canandaigua, on the 4th inst., Miss Eunice SUTHERLAND, daughter of Josiah and Eunice SUTHERLAND, aged 18 years, 5 months and 3 days.
In this city, on the 10th inst., of Malignant Scarlet Fever, Julia Helen, daughter of W. H. and Alvin BENCH(?), aged 4 years and 4 months.
In Big Flats, on the 3d inst., George GARDINER, aged 78 years.
In Gorham, on the 1st inst, Margaret, wife of the late Isaac WIT?ER, deceased, aged 83 years and 29(?) Days.
In Walworth, March 20th, John E. BREWSTER, aged 58 years.
On the 26th, Caroline STRICKLAND, aged 20 years.
In Ontario, on the 30th ult, of consumption, Milton WOOSTER, aged 27(?) years.
On the 28th inst at Dresden, James, youngest son of Mr. William TAYLOR of Geneva, in his 13th year.
At Pittsford on the 12th inst., Mary Ann, wife of Doct. P. BABCOCKIN, of Lyons, Wayne co., and daughter of the late Garrett STEPHENS, formerly of Schenectady, aged 28 years. - Schenectady papers please copy.
SUDDEN DEATH - Saturday morning last, a man named Edward HENLEY, a lawyer,
was found dead in a bar room in Arcadia, Wayne county. - He had for a few days
previous been suffering with the delirium tremens, and had, on that morning
about daylight, been discovered wandering near the middle lock in a deranged
and destitute condition, from whence he was taken to the tavern, and there left
alone - nobody in the house being up at the time. When the bar keeper arose
a short time after, he found him sitting in a chair, where he had been left,
The deceased came to Arcadia from Wolcott, about six months ago; was about 43 years of age, and had a wife and child in Rochester.
GREAT FALL IN EGGS - A fall in eggs was distinctly visible in our streets yesterday. A farmer driving a one horse wagon, coming into town with some twenty or thirty dozen eggs in a basket, encountered a two horse wagon in Buffalo street, the driver of which was remarkably careless of the damage he committed. The wheels of the large wagon came in contact with those of the smaller one, and the consequence was, that the latter was overturned, eggs and all. And what made it still worse was the fact that the basket was over turned, and the farmer came down "like a thousand of bricks" upon the eggs! Such a smashing of yolks and whites was never before seen.
FEARFUL LEAP - The Republic says that a negro who was confined in the back room of the Police office in Buffalo, to answer a charge of petit larceny, leaped from the fourth story window on to the pavement below, and broke one of his legs in two places, and otherwise seriously injured himself. The only wonder is that he was not instantly killed.
ANOTHER SOLDIER GONE - Maj. Mark ANDREWS, a soldier of the Revolution, died in Perry on the morning of the 16th inst., in the 88th year of his age. He was born in Taunton, Mass, July 10, 1760, and entered the Massachusetts militia on the day he was 17 years of age. He served in Cambridge and on Dorchester Heights soon after the battle of Bunker Hill, and was also with the troops in Rhode Island, and in what is now the State of Maine, then a part of Massachusetts; and towards the close of the war, sailed on board a privateer that did efficient service to the American arms along the coast of New England. He afterwards resided successively in Turner, Monmouth, and Winthrop, Me., and in 1831 removed to Perry, where he has since lived.
LOVE AND LEAD - Two Cincinnati bloods, crossed the river at that city on Thursday week, and took a shot at each other with pistols, being moved thereto by the love they bore to some young lady. One of them was hit in the side, but is likely to recover.
In Palmyra, on the morning of the 1?th inst., by Rev. Mr. GO?RINE, Oliver ALLEN, Esq., of Wheatland, to Miss Catharine H. SEAMAN, of the former place.
In Ogden on the 17th inst, by Rev. ? BOWER, Mr. Levi HILTON, of Chili, to Miss Fanny COFFIN, of Ogden.
In Sweden, on the 19th inst, by Rev. C. COVELL of Catta---- William S. WATSON, M. D., of Churchville, and Elizabeth BUTLER, of the former place.
In Warsaw on the 1?th inst, Mr. Chancy C. GATES and Miss Mary Elizabeth BUTLER,
On the 11th inst, Rev. Bezalel HILL, of Lansing, Ingham Co., Mich., and Mrs. Mary THAYER, of Warsaw.
At the Wethersfield House, in Wethersfield, on the 11th inst, Mr. James GARDINER,
of Wethersfield and Miss Martha Maria GATES, of Orangeville.
Also, Mr. Thomas REED, of North Java and Miss Esther MANN, of Sheldon.
At Rock Stream, on the 30th ult., Mr. Azaria CRANDLE to Miss Mary Jane PAGE, both of Dundee.
In Havana on the 7th inst., Mr. Roswell WAKELEY, to Miss Catharine CRONK.
In Le Roy, May 1st, A. H. McKOWN, M. D., of Albany to Miss Louisa S. B. MILLER, of Le Roy.
In Pavilion, on the 4th inst., Morris BURNHAM, Esq., of Elba, Dodge co., Wisconsin, to Miss Hannah H. DRAPER of Pavillion.
In Waterloo, on the 14th inst., Mr. John PONTIUS to Miss Christina MESSENGER, both of Fayette.
In Waterloo, on the 12th inst., Mr. Volney HALL of Aurora, to Miss Harriet M. DAVIS, of this village.
At Waterloo, on the 11th inst, Mr. Myron V. HALL, printer, of Aurora, Ill., to Miss Harriet M. DAVIS, of the former place.
In Cuylerville, May 10, Mr. Wm. Henry IRVINE of Mt. Morris, to Miss Isabella ROME, of Cuylerville.
In Lyons, on the 16th inst., Thomas CLARK of Jackson co., Ohio, to Susan G. daughter of Wm. VOORHES.
In South Barre, on the 1?th inst., Mr. Robert BOWER, of Oswego, to Miss Henrietta
CHURCH of the former place.
At his residence in Brighton, on the 16th inst. Horace COBB, aged 13
Vermont and Michigan papers please copy.
In Varysburg, on the 7th inst, the infant son of Salem DAVIS aged about 10 months.
In Warsaw, on the 11th inst., Mrs. HUMPHREY, mother of Wa-es C. HUMPHREY, aged 7- years.
In Webster, May 12th, Robert WOODHULL, aged 84 years.
May 11th, Mrs. WOLCOTT, aged -6.
May 1-th, Mrs. COLE, aged 6-.
May 12th Mr. COOK, aged 80.
May 13th, Mrs. Orlando McDO--ALL, aged 45(?).
**( I believe this marriage should be up with the other marriages, instead
of in the Deaths)!!
In this city on the 17th inst., by the Rev. A. G. H-LL, Mr. Alvin WILKINSON, to Miss Elvina KELLOGG, both of this city.
In Fayette, Seneca co., on the 10th inst., Mr. John YOST, aged 81 years.
In Seneca Falls, on Monday morning last, Mary Ann HENDERSON, in the 16th year of her age.
At West Fayette, on the 7th inst., Henry H., son of Jacob and Nancy ALLAMAN, in the 23d year of his age.
In Sheridan, Chautauqua co., Deacon Bethel WILLOUGHBY, aged ? years, 5 months.
In Lyons, on Thursday last, Mrs. Susan, relic of the late Farnham WHITE, in the 43d year of her age.
In Albion, on Saturday last, of remittant fever, John CURTIS, youngest child of H. D. TUCKER, Esq., aged 2 years and 4 months.
In East Gaines, April 25th, of scarlet fever, Sophronia, youngest daughter of Case(?), and Margaret WICKHAM, aged — months and 18 days.
In Irondequoit, on the 21st, John STRAHAHAN, aged 35 years.
Yesterday morning, in this city, George BALD?ACK, a native of England.