Re-Union

A semi-weekly newspaper published in Watertown, NY, 1866-1918, by A.H. Hall.It began with the July 19, 1866 issue.


WATERTOWN RE-UNION NEWSPAPER VITALS

September - October 1888


Apr-Jun 1888, Jul-Aug 1888, Sep-Oct 1888, Nov-Dec 1888



SEPTEMBER 1888


September 5, 1888, p. 8:

MARRIED:
At the Presbyterian Parsonage at Sackets Harbor, NY, Aug. 30 by Rev. L. R. Webber, CHARLES G. BICKERDIKE of Hygiene, Colo., and JULIA D. WEBBER, sister of the officiating clergyman.

At the bride's home, 15 State St., Aug. 30, by Rev. J. B. Kenyon, THOMAS JAMES GRIFFITHS and CELIA MAUD SPEARY, both of Watertown.

On Thursday, Aug. 30 at 4 p.m. in Trinity Church, Watertown, NY, by Rev. Russell A. Olin, assisted by Rev. J. Winslow, EDWIN PADDOCK MARTIN of Minneapolis, Minn., and Miss CHARLOTTE AMELIA PADDOCK of Watertown, NY.

In this city, Aug. 29 by Rev. B. Grom, JOSEPH EMOND and Miss CAROLINE NETH, both of Champion.

At Watertown, NY by Rev. Dr. S. A. Hayt, FRED GEORGE and ANNA ISABEL BUSHNELL, both of this city.

At Alexandria, NY, Aug. 27, by Rev. C. Phelps, JEHU F. GEIGERICH of Alexandria, NY and MARTHA GORHRING of Watertown, NY.

At the home of the bride's parents, in the town of Orleans, Jeff. Co., NY, Aug. 29 by Rev. S. P. Watson, JUDSON WALTS of Pamelia and Miss ADDIE E. OTIS of Orleans.

In this city, Aug. 31, by Charles M. Paris, justice of the peace, GEORGE E. BROWN, a traveling salesman, and MRS. MARGARET WESTCOTT CAMPBELL of Sterling, Canada.

WEDDING BELLS: FREDERICK GEORGE, junior member of the firm of A. Bushnell & Co., was united in marriage to Miss ISABEL BUSHNELL, daughter of his partner, at the home of the bride on Wednesday evening of last week. The wedding was a quiet affair, the relatives and only a few intimate friends of the parties being present. Rev. S. A. Hayt, of the Stone St. Presbyterian Church, performed the ceremony. After congratulations, the group partook of a wedding supper. Mr. and Mrs. George left on a two week wedding trip down the St. Lawrence to Montreal and then up the Saguenay River....

A happy event took place in Carthage Wednesday afternoon i the marriage of Editor W. B. Phillips of Clayton, On The St. Lawrence, to Miss NETTIE BABCOCK, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Babcock. About 70 invitations brought together a good sized company on the pleasant occasion. The bridesmaid was Miss Minnie Rowley of Carthage and Dr. J. E. Liddy, of Clayton, who acted as best man. The officiating clergyman was Rev. G. B. Rowley of Carthage. Mr. and Mrs. Philips have gone to Montreal on their wedding trip and on their return will reside in Clayton.

At Trinity Church, in this city, Thursday afternoon, Mr. EDWIN PADDOCK MARTIN, of Minneapolis, Minn., was united in marriage with Miss CHARLOTTE AMELIA PADDOCK, daughter of MRS. OSCAR PADDOCK. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. A. Olin assisted by Rev. J. Winslow. Ushers were Fred H. Moore of Syracuse, Frank s. Paddock, Oscar Paddock, George Welsh of Rochester and John Binnse of Chicago. Geo. V. Camp presided at the organ. The maid of honor was Miss Anna Dewey. The bride wore a veiled Francais silk, entrain, the waist and sleeves being trimmed with tulle, lilacs and point Duchesse, and carrying a bouquet of white roses. The maid of honor wore a veiled Francaise, not en train, with moire sash and waist, and roses of pink for a floral bouquet. After the ceremony at the church the invited guests repaired to the Paddock residence on Washington St., where a reception was held. The C. G. Lewis Orchestra furnished the music. Mr. and Mrs. Martin left the city on the evening train for New York. They will reside in Minneapolis.

DIED:
In this city, Sept. 4, ABBIE E. GRISWOLD, age 63 years.

At Rutland, Sept. 2, SARAH SOUTHWORTH, age 76 years.

In this city, Sept. 2, GEORGE E., son of MORRIS and BESSIE HENNESSEY, age 3 months, 3 weeks and 6 days.

At Geneva, NY, Sept. 3, WILLIAM TURNER SCOTT of this city, age 76 years, 4 months and 12 days.

In this city, Aug. 29, LEWIS WALBRIDGE, son of MILES and VICTORIA RANKIN, age 5 months, 16 days.

At Dexter, Aug. 13, JESSIE E., infant daughter of JAMES and CARRIE CHRISTIE, age 7 days.

At Pamelia, Aug. 30, EARL EUGENE, son of EUGENE L. and ANN OSTRANDER, age 7 months, 24 days.

At Watertown, Aug. 22, LARS I., youngest son of LARS W. OLSEN, age 3 years, 1 month, 6 days.

In this city, Aug. 31, EPHRAIN WOODWORTH AVERY, age 61 years, 8 months.

In this city, Aug. 31, CATHARINE, wife of WILLIAM E. YOUNG, age 22 years, 8 months.

At Sackets Harbor, Aug. 28, CHARLES HALL, age 45 years, 1 month, 19 days.

In this city, Aug. 29, RAYMOND H., son of HERMON D. and EVA J. CARROLL, age 2 weeks, 2 days.

In the town of Watertown, Aug. 29, ALLEN, son of MAXON and FLORA DALE, age 1 year, 6 months.

In this city, Sept. 1, HARVEY DOOLITTLE, age 88 years, 4 months, 20 days.

In this city, Aug. 31, FREDERICK H., son of A. J. and MATILDA DUBUQUE, age 4 years, 8 months, 7 days.

September 12, 1888, p. 5:

MARRIED:
At the residence of the bride's father, Hermon, N. Y., Sept. 9th by Rev. H. W. Howard, GEO. S. LEWIS of Pamelia and MINNIE M., daughter of EDWARD RISLEY.

At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE D. McINTOSH at Black River, NY, Sept. 4, 1888, by Rev. W. F. Tooke, Mr. WILLIAM H. HALL of Brasher Falls, NY and Miss MARY E. McINTOSH of Black River, NY.

At the home of the bride, at Black River, Sept. 8 by Rev. L. H. Robbins, WILLIAM R. GRAHAM and Miss IDA M. LESTER, both of Black River, Jeff. Co., NY.

At Dexter, Sept. 9, by Edgar Leonard, Justice of the Peace, SYLVESTER J. FISHER and MARY D. BAKER, both of Sackets Harbor.

At New Haven, Conn., on the 6th inst., by Rev. Dr. Beardsley, rector of the St. Thomas Church, REV. FOSTER ELY, D.D., formerly of this city, to HARRIETTE RUTH BROWN of New Haven, Conn.

On Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 12 in Trinity Church, Watertown by Rev. Russell A. Olin, GEORGE SEYMOUR KNOWLTON and Miss LIZZIE HAMMOND STARKWEATHER, all of Watertown, NY.

On Sept. 15 at the residence of S. F. Bagg, on Clinton St., by Rev. Dr. Stokes, Mr. FRED SCHWEIZER to Miss LOUISA STIGLITZ, both of this city.

WEDDING BELLS - GEORGE SEYMOUR KNOWLTON and Miss ELIZABETH HAMMOND STARKWEATHER, daughter of Mrs. H. A. HOUSE, all of this city, were married in Trinity Church by Rev. R. A. Olin on Wednesday at 12 o'clock. The bridesmaids were Miss ELIZABETH PRINCE of Geneva, and Miss CAROLYN G. SHERMAN of Watertown. Mr. THEODORE ELY KNOWLTON was the best man. Messrs. J. T. Shaw of Detroit, Mich., and H. C. Whitney, C. L. Parmelee and F. A. Sherman of Watertown, were ushers...The bride was attired in a white heavily corded or faille silk, en train, with pearl embroidered crepe and point lace front and her veil was tulle. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley...The bridesmaids dresses were of lawn. Their hats were of point d'esprit, trimmed with flowers. One carried a bouquet of Mareshal Neil and the other held some beautiful Jacque roses. After the ceremony at the church the bridal party and guests repaired to the residence of HENRY A. HOUSE on Washington St., where a reception was held...

At the residence of H. W. Freeman, of Watertown, PROF. BERTON L. BROWN of Moriah, Essex Co., NY married to Miss NORA M. FREEMAN. The bride wore a dress of gobelin blue silk and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. The best man was Prof. Freeman Allen of Potsdam Normal School. Miss Nora C. Washburn of this city, was bridesmaid....The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. R. Helms of Rodman. Guests from abroad were Mrs. Bingham and Miss Hattie Renham of Chicago; the father, brother and sister of the groom, of Potsdam; Mrs. Hemmingway and Mrs. Alexander of DeKalb. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have gone to their home in Moriah, Essex Co., near Lake Champlain, Prof. Brown being principal of Sherman Academy at that place. Among the guests present at the wedding was J. STEARS JR. and wife, it being the 36th anniversary of their marriage...among the presents received was a plate covered with $10 gold pieces from the grandmother.

A SILVER WEDDING - The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. STODDARD of Rodman, was very pleasantly celebrated at their home on the 8th inst. A large and happy company was present and left with the host and hostess many beautiful gifts.

Miss EDNA HUNT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. HUNT, who reside on the State Road near Adams Centre, was married Tuesday afternoon to Mr. A. P. NICHOLS of the Oswego Normal School. The officiating clergyman was Rev. Mr. Gussman of the State Road Church. The young couple received many handsome and useful presents. They will reside in Oswego, NY.

DIED:
At the residence of her parents, MILLIE J., only daughter of GEORGE W. and SUSAN M. ARNOLD, age 11 years, 5 months, 29 days.

At Dexter, Sept. 5, DANIEL WHITNEY, age 64 years, 1 month, 10 days.

In this city, Sept. 5, ANNA, daughter of LAWRENCE and KATE McGIN, age 7 weeks.

In this city, Sept. 9, ETHEL LENORA, daughter of CHARLES and JOPHIA PRINDLE, age 2 months.

In this city, Sept. 10, WILHELMINA, widow of the late CONRAD LEISER, age 77 years, 8 months.

At Brownville, Sept. 8, FOLOSIE CREANER, daughter of ROSWELL T. and ABBIE ROSE, age 7 months, 8 days.

September 19, 1888, p. 1:

MARRIED:
At the M. E. Parsonage, Hermon, Sept. 11 by Rev. M. G. Seymour, HENRY JAVALL of South Edwards, NY and Miss HATTIE BURLEY of Inkerman, Canada.

At the bride's home, No. 18 Cooper St., Sept. 12 by Rev. J. B. Kenyon, HORACE H. WARNER, and ELIZA J. WOOD, both of Watertown.

On Sept. 11, at Trinity Rectory, No. 29 Stone St., by R. A. Olin, ANTOINE BOOTH and Miss MARY FOLEY, all of Watertown.

At the Arsenal St. Parsonage, Sept. 12 by Rev. J. B. Kenyon, FRANKLIN PENNINGTON of North Wilna, and ESTELLA LEWIS of Wilna.

At the residence of Mr. David Edgar, Brownville, Sept. 11 by Rev. A. Cheeseman, JAMES A. VANALSTINE and Miss R. LOTTIE McCABE, both of Watertown.

In this city No. 51 State St., Sept. 13 by the Rev. J. Winslow, CHARLES F. WOOLEY and ANNA C. EASTON, both of Watertown.

On Sept. 15 at Trinity House in this city, by Rev. R. A. Olin, BENJAMIN BROMLEY and Miss MINNIE MARION ANDRUS, both of Adams.

DIED:
In this city, on the 18th inst., CLARK HEWITT, age 77 years.

At Sackets Harbor, Sept. 11, HELLEN O'HARRA, age 8 years, 3 months, daughter of the late JOHN and CHARLOTTE O'HARA.

At her home at Niles, Cayuga Co., NY, Aug. 29, CELINDA G., wife of JAMES HOWLAND, age 71 years, 4 months, 25 days.

In this city, Sept. 13, GARRETT, son of R. H. and HATTIE WALROTH, age 1 year, 13 days.

In this city, Sept. 13, MAGGIE, wife of WILLIAM STEVENS, age 24 years.

At Sackets Harbor, Sept. 12, LYMAN CROWELL, age 67 years, 11 months, 7 days.

At Pamelia, Sept. 18, LIBBIE M., wife of S. L. GILLETT, age 47 years, 6 months.

September 26, 1888, p. 6:

MARRIED:
At Chaumont, on Sept. 18, by Rev. F. W. Johnson, MARTIN HOOLEY of Watertown and Miss MINNIE ELLIOT of Chaumont.

On Sept. 19 at Trinity House, by Rev. Russell A. Olin, ALEXANDER RENAUD and Miss JEANETTE FULLER THAYER, all of Watertown.

At the parsonage, near LaFargeville, Sept. 11, by Rev. D. J. Ebert, CHARLES SMITH to Miss MARY A. ARNOLD both of the town of Orleans.

At E. Hounsfield, Sept. 20, by Rev. B. S. Fanton, MELZA W. BLOOD and MRS. ELIZABETH J. BRIMMER, both of E. Hounsfield.

On Sept. 19 at his residence, by Rev. L. Rice, WM. H. MURPHY and Miss NELLIE J. WILDER, both of Dexter, NY.

At the M. E. Parsonage, DeKalb Junction, Sept. 19, by Rev. H. W. Howard, JAMES WEATHERUP and HELEN M. PAYNE, all of DeKalb.

At Point Peninsula, Sept. 18, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. W. P. Hall, NORMAN BELLINGER of Lowville and Miss ALICE ROOF of Point Peninsula.

At the home of the bride, No. 3 Moulton St., Watertown, by Rev. J. Winslow, Sept. 22, ELIJAH MILLER of Pamelia and Miss CORNELIA M. SAVAGE of Watertown.

A PLEASANT WEDDING - A small but pleasant party assembled at Trinity House Wednesday afternoon, where Rev. R. A. Olin was waiting to unite in marriage, Mr. ALEX. RENAUD and Miss JANET THAYER, both of this city. The young couple are well and favorably known in this city and a large number of friends wish them a long and happy married life. The couple left on the afternoon train for Antwerp where they will visit relatives and friends and then return to this city which will be their future home.

DIED:
At Black River, Sept. 25, HOWARD, infant son of WM. and ALICE PERKINS, age 2 months.

In this city, Sept. 22, MURIEL S. BORDERICK, age 4 months.

In this city, Sept. 23, SIMON V. SWITS, age 21 years.

In this city, Sept. 23, WILLIAM HULBERT, age 17 years.

In this city, Sept. 24, CATHERINE R. D., wife of W. S. CARLISLE, age 43 years.

At Carthage, Sept. 11, MERLIE W., adopted infant son of Mr. and Mrs. CLINTON PARKER, age 5 months, 14 days.

On Sept. 20 at his home at Detroit, Mich., BYRON PARTELLO, age 61 years. A former resident of Utica, NY and brother of CHARLES PARTELLO of this city.

In this city, Sept. 22, ELLA M., wife of SAMUEL PARESENEAU, age 34 year, 2 months, 7 days.

In this city, Sept. 19, EVA MAY, DAUGHTER OF JOHN and MARY A. BECK, age 3 months, 27 days.

At Dexter, Sept. 18, MRS. MARGARET HUNTER McAFEE, age 90 years and 1 month.

In this city, Sept. 19, JOHN M., son of EDWARD and JOSEPHINE SCROXTON, age 2 months, 6 days.

At Pamelia Four Corners, Sept. 19, LETTIE M., daughter of Dr. E. E. and the late LETTIE M. WARD, age 4 months.

Entered into rest, Sept. 21, LORAIN, wife of EDWARD E. CASE, age 42 years, 4 months.

In Theresa, Sept. 29, only son of J. H. and CELIA MAHONEY, age 1 year, 20 days.

OBITUARY - MRS. S. L. GILLETTE.
In Pamelia, on the 13th inst., MRS. LIBBIE M. BRAWT, wife of STEPHEN L. GILLETTE, age 47 years, 6 months. Mr. and Mrs. Gillette were united in marriage at her home in Brownville, Feb. 20th, 1869...she leaves two sons in young manhood, and her husband...her disease was consumption...

DR. DYER E. PIERCE died at his home in St. Lawrence, Tuesday, Sept. 18 at age 72 years. He had been a successful practicing physician for over 50 years and had resided at St. Lawrence in the town of Cape Vincent for 48 years....He was a very liberal man and gave generously to the poor, and in many cases refused to charge for medical services...A wife, one son and one daughter are left to mourn his demise.

The death of MRS. W. S. CARLISLE, which had been expected for the past few days, occurred Monday Sept. 24. She had been in ill health for a long time...She suffered a severe hemorrhage of the lungs about a year ago while stopping in the Adirondacks, from the effects of which she never recovered. Mrs. Carlisle was the daughter of ex-mayor Nelson Burdick of this city. She left a husband and four sons to mourn her loss...


October 1888

October 3, 1888, p. 8:

MARRIED:
In this city, Sept. 29, by Rev. Dr. R. Fisk, JAMES STEVENSON of Kingston, Can., and HARRIET LAIRD of Wolfe Island.

In this city, Sept. 26 by Rev. T. Richey, at his residence, No 5 William St., WILLIAM E. PAUL of Leray and Miss TELLA L. GETMAN of the same place.

At the residence of Alex Fairfield, Brownville, Sept. 26 by Rev. A. Cheeseman, PETER CROCKET of Brownville and Miss KATE E. RENDLE of Kingston, Canada

At the residence of Lyman White, Pamelia, Sept. 26 by Rev. A. Cheeseman, MARTIN E. ROSEBROOK and Miss ADA M. WHITE, both of Pamelia.

At E. Rodman, at the residence of WILFORD D. WAIT, father of the bride, by the Rev. R. Fisk, D. D. of this city, GEORGE D. WILDER of the town of Watertown and Miss ELLA M. WAIT.

At the Peck House, Chaumont, Sept. 11 by Rev. E. H. Joy, CHAS. LINGENFELTER of Clayton, and MRS. THANKFUL GILTZ, also of Clayton.

At Alexandria Bay, at the home of the bride's parents, Sept. 25, by the Rev. C. P. Evans, CHARLES A. WILSON of Theresa, and Miss MARY E. RUNDLET of Alexandria Bay.

WEDDING BELLS - A very entertaining and happy event occurred Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. LYMAN WHITE of Pamelia. It was the marriage of their youngest daughter, ADA, to Mr. MERTON ROSEBROOK. The event was attended by about 100 of their friends. The bride work a dress of peacock blue satin. Rev. A. Cheesman of Brownville, officiated. Among the gifts was a handsome family Bible from the bride's mother....The couple departed on the 10 o'clock train Thursday morning for Rome, Albany and New York...

DIED:
In this city, Sept. 29, LUTHER SCOTT, age 83 years, 5 months, 14 days.

In the town of Leray, Sept. 28, ALANSON M. MILLER, age 79 years, 2 months, 5 days.

In the town of Pamelia, Sept. 30, CLAUD C., only son of CHRISTOPHER and BELL FOX, age 10 weeks.

At Sackets Harbor, Sept. 29, HENRY J., son of JOHN and CATHERINE ESCUDERO, age 5 years, 9 months, 2 days.

At Alexandria Bay, Sept. 23, CARRIE, wife of JAMES RODWELL, age 63 years.

In the town of Rutland, Sept. 28, BETSEY, wife of the late RUGGLES GOODALE, and mother of DR. A. W. GOODALE of this city, age 78 years.

At Brownville, Sept. 27, JOSEPH F. WILSON, age 68 years.

In this city, Sept. 27th, JULIA HAZARD, daughter of RICHARD and RUBIE CASE, age 1 year, 1 month, 16 days.

In this city, Sept. 27, RICHARD, son of DANIEL B. and ANNA WILEX, age 1 year, 10 days

In this city, Sept. 28, ELISHA A. MATTESON, age 69 years, 1 month, 7 days.

At Dexter, at the residence of her daughter, MRS. JANE EMERSON on Sept. 18, MRS. MARGARET McAFEE, age 90 years.

At Hounsfield, Sept. 24, MARY CATHARINE KNOX, age 29 years, 3 months.

In the town of Leray, Sept. 26, NELLIE E., daughter of LOUIS and MALIND SIMONET, age 24 years, 6 months.

In this city, Oct. 1, FRANKLIN CLARK, age 21 years, 4 months.

At Picton, Ontario, Oct. 1, LAWRENCE DOREN, age 29.

OBITUARY - MRS. GEORGE WOODRUFF
The death of MRS. GEORGE WOODRUFF, formerly a resident of this county, at Joliet, Ill. where she has resided for many years, occurred Sunday, Sept. 23. The deceased has many relatives in Jefferson County. She was born in Rutland, NY on October 12, 1812, and her maiden name was DOROTHY SMITH. She was married to George Woodruff at her parental home May 9, 1838, and went with him to Joliet the same year. They resided there, with the exception of two years, until their death. The deceased leaves two children to mourn her loss, Fred W., president of the First National Bank and Mary C., wife of J. F. Wilcox. She had another daughter, Mary O., who was married to J. E. Bush, Esq., in 1863 and she died in 1876.

October 10, 1888, p. 3:

MARRIED:
In this city, Oct. 6, by Rev. C. W. McCormick, WILLIAM GEORGE OSBORNE and AMANDA EVELINE KELLER, both of this city.

In Trinity House, Watertown, Oct. 3, by the Rev. F. P. Winnie, GEORGE B. BAILEY and MARY H. LOFTUS, both of Watertown.

At the Crowner House, this city, Oct. 2, by Rev. J. B. Kenyon, HENRY C. FURST of Lafargeville and ELIZA L. BRADY of Stone Mills.

At the residence of FRANK EIGENBROADT, Cape Vincent, Oct. 3, by Rev. H. B. Fritts, GEORGE W. WELLS and Miss JENNIE JOHNDROW (OR JOHNDRON), both of Three Mile Bay.

At the home of the bride, Oct. 3, by Rev. Geo. F. Walker, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Ox Bow, FRED J. SPRAKER of LeRayville, and Miss NELLIE J. LAIDLAW of Ox Bow.

At the Kirby House, Watertown, Oct. 3, by Rev. L. J. Dean, EDWIN J. HAYES of Three Mile Bay, and Miss FANNIE SAGER of Lyme.

In this city, Oct. 4, by Rev. C. W. McCormick, GEORGE WHITE of Lambs, Mich. and Miss ELIZABETH COOPER BICKLE, of this city.

In this city, Oct. 4, by Rev. Dr. S. A. Hayt, O. KEENE SNAVELY of Oswego, and ANNA M. EVANS of Watertown.

At the residence of Rev. J. D. Randall at Black River, Oct. 3, by Rev. W. F. Tooke, GEORGE A. FULLER of Philadelphia, NY and Miss HATTIE M. RANDALL of Black River.

At the residence of Rev. George W. Reynolds of Felts Mills, Oct. 3, by Rev. W. F. Tooke, ORVILLE F. MYERS and JENNIE A. REYNOLDS, both of Felts Mills.

DIED:
At New York City, Sept. 27, ALFRED E. FIELD, age 51 years. He had served as clerk in the New York Post Office for more than 25 years, and was a brother-in-law of A. JUDSON HORTON of Hounsfield.

In this city, Oct. 2, MARGARET, widow of the late ORREN BUTTERFIELD, age 46 years.

In the town of Brownville, Oct. 1, WILLIAM, son of DORTHA DORR, age 3 weeks.

At Salem, Ohio, Sept. 28, GEORGE CONVERSE, age 62 years. Formerly of this county and brother of HIRAM CONVERSE of this city.

At Sackets Harbor, Oct. 6, CHARLES M., son of JOHN and CATHERINE ESCUDERO, age 3 years, 1 month, 8 days.

At Morrisville, Madison Co., NY, Oct. 5, ADAH WALRATH, wife of DR. D. D. COLE, age 27 years, 5 months, 7 days.

October 17, 1888, p. 5:

MARRIED:
In this city, Oct. 10, by Rev. Tobias Glenn, JOHN GILLIGAN and Miss MARCELLA M. GAFFNEY, both of this city.

At Theresa, Sept. 30, by Rev. E. S. Cheeseman, WILLIAM A. DUFFNEY of Watertown and Miss MARY E. VANALEN, of Plessis.

At the parsonage at Theresa, Oct. 7, by Rev. E. S. Cheeseman, EDGAR A. ROGERS and Miss IDA E. PARKER, all of Alexandria Bay.

At the home of the bride's father at Hammond, Oct. 10, SHERMAN S. CROSS of Antwerp and Miss LOUISA M. SCHULZ of Theresa.

At the Arsenal Street Parsonage, Oct. 10, by Rev. J. B. Kenyon, THOMAS BOWNESS and BARBARA SHILLINGTON, both of Watertown.

DIED:
In this city, Oct. 15, CHRISTINA B., widow of the late CHARLES W. WEEKS, age 49 years.

In this city, Oct. 10th, NANCY, wife of CHARLES BISNETTE, age 60? years.

In the town of Watertown, Oct. 8, MERTIE EMMA, daughter of RUFUS INGLEHART, age 1 year, 6 months, 3 days.

October 24, 1888, p. 6:

MARRIED:
In this city, by Rev. B. Grom, HENRY ST. LOUIS of Black River, and Miss AURALIA GIROOUX of Watertown.

On Oct. 30 at Trinity Place, in this city, by Rev. Russell A. Olin, OLIVER JAMES McCONNELL of Butte City, Montana, and Miss IDA MAUD DAVIS of Sandy Creek, NY.

At the home of the bride, W. Hermon, NY, Oct. 16, by Rev. M. G. Seymour, ALBERT B. WHITE of Gouverneur and Miss MARY M. RASBACH.

In this city, Oct. 17, by Rev. J. B. Kenyon, EDWARD D. PORTER of Holley, NY and Miss RENA A. WILLIAMS, daughter of ALEXANDER D. WILLIAMS, proprietor of the Kirby House.

At the home of the bride at Theresa, Oct. 17, by Rev. E. S. Cheeseman, FRED O. WESTCOTT and Miss LIBBIE E. GEORGE, all of Theresa.

At the home of the bride's parents at E. Hounsfield, Oct. 17, by Rev. B. S. Fanton, HOEL A. MERITHEW of Richville, St. Lawrence Co., and Miss CLARA A. BLACK

At the Phelps House, Hermon, oct. 17, by Rev. M. G. Seymour, JOHN DENIO of Canton, and CORNELIA McCOLLUM of Hermon.

On Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the home of the bride's parents, No. 11 Centre St., in this city, by Rev. Russell A. Olin, GEORGE KNOX ELDREDGE and Miss NELLIE JONES all of Watertown.

WEDDING BELLS -
Miss RENA WILLIAMS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. WILLIAMS of the Kirby House, this city, was married Wednesday afternoon to Mr. EDWARD D. PORTER of Holley, NY. Miss Fannie M. Blodgett was bridesmaid on the happy occasion and Forrest A. Heath best man. Rev. James B. Kenyon performed the ceremony. Mr. Porter is engaged in the drug business at Holley and that place is to be his bride's future residence.

Miss MARY A. KEARNEY and PATRICK R. GILLIGAN, both of this city were made man and wife Wednesday afternoon at St. Patrick's Church by Rev. Father Glenn in the presence of a large number of friends and relations. After the ceremony the bride and groom held a reception at their home on Moulton Street, which was largely attended.

DIED:
In the town of Hounsfield, Oct. 22, ISAAC H. CLEVELAND, age 69 years, 9 months, 10 days.

In this city, Oct. 22, GEORGE W. VOSBURGH, age 80 years, 2 months, 19 days.

At Oswego, Oct. 20, CHARLES JULIAN, only child of JULIAN A. and SOPHIA GILES, age 3 months, 22 days.

In this city, October 19, DIMIS H., wife of HUBERT BARTON age 65 years.

In this city, Oct. 16, FREDERICK L. ALBERTON, son of JESSE A. and MARY A. McCARTER, age 2 months, 21 days.

At Ellisburg, Oct. 12, at the residence of her son-in-law, W. C. GILES, MARY C. KRAKE, age 62 years, 10 months, 16 days.

SUDDEN DEATH - R. DEZENGREMEL, father of L. R. DEZENGREMEL, and one of the oldest and best known citizens of the village of Cape Vincent, dropped dead at his home from heart disease Friday morning. He had been ailing for a week. Mr. Dezengremel came to this country from France, before he was 21 years of age, and had been a resident of the town over 55 years. He was 76 years of age, a man of considerable means and much respected. He leaves a wife and one son, Mr. L. R. Dezengremel of Rosiere. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 from his late residence. Rev. S. W. Strowger officiating.

October 31, 1888, p. 3:

MARRIED:
At the Baptist Parsonage in Morris, by the Rev. D. W. Stoddard, Mr. SAMUEL PENNER of Stockwell and Miss ELNORA EATON of Pitsfield.

At the home of the bride's parents, Oct. 25, by Rev. Wm. M. Holbrook, ELMER G. ADAMS and FLORA E. LEE, all of New Haven, NY.

At the residence of JACOB HAHN near Brownville, Oct. 24, by Rev. A. Cheeseman, WILLIAM M. LIDSTEN of Beloit, Wis., and Miss DORA F. HAHN of Brownville, NY.

Oct. 24 at Rutland, at the residence of the bride's parents, by Rev. H. Hickok, FRED H. KIMBALL and MARY ANN JONES, both of Rutland, NY.

On Oct. 22 at 62 Academy St., in this city, by Rev. W. T. Stokes, ROBERT POOLE of Lacona, Oswego Co., and ELLA SANFORD of Pillar Point.

WEDDING BELLS - Miss MARY FRANCIS OTIS and Mr. OLIVER B. CADWELL were married at the First Presbyterian Church in this city Thursday afternoon by Rev. A. M. Dulles. The ceremony was held at four o'clock in the presence of a large number of friends....The ushers were: Charles M. Otis, Henry W. Boyer, A. T. E. Lansing, George Clark and W. O. Ball. George V. Camp was at the organ. The bride wore an ivory white faille francaise silk dress, court train, finished at the neck and sleeves with old point lace. She wore a handsome veil. Her bouquet was of lilies of the valley and white roses. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother on Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. Cadwell went to New York for their wedding trip and will return November 6...

DIED:
At Chaumont Oct. 29, SCOTT W. BLODGET of typhoid pneumonia.

At Barnes Corners, Oct. 6, JENNIE E., wife of JAMES B. DAKIN, age 23 years, 3 months, 2 days.

In this city, Oct. 23, FLOSSIE MAY, daughter of WILLIAM and KATIE SNYDER, age 2 months, 15 days.

In this city, Oct. 24, MELVIN H., infant son of ELON and MARTHA LEWIS.

At Buffalo, Oct. 21, SAMUEL J., son of SAMUEL J. and MARGARET CLARK, of this city, age 22 years.

In this city at No. 13 State St., Oct. 23, EVA G., daughter of the late GEORGE and CORNELIA LUFF of Sackets Harbor, age 26 years.

In this city, Oct. 23, WALLACE D., son of ALEX. and LUCY WILSON, age 15 years.

RODMAN -
THOMAS O'CONNOR, and old time Democrat and member of the Rodman Cleveland and Thurman club, died at his home in the town of Worth, Friday, Oct. 19. followed by a tribute of the club...

The death of E. E. GOULD at Grand Rapids, Michigan on the 17th inst., is announced by letter. He was born in Brownville, Jefferson Co. on 1 June 1839. Formerly he was a resident of Philadelphia in Jefferson Co. His son, F. S. GOULD, is a resident of Grand Rapids.


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