-Died. On the 19th inst., at the residence of her husband, East Galena, Mrs. Jane Ginn, consort of Mr. Johnston Ginn, in the 57th year of her age.  The subject of this notice was a native of the Emerald Isle.  She, together with her husband shortly after their marriage emigrated to this country, and after spending ten years in the city of Philadelphia, came west and in 1834 settled on the farm where she ended her mortal existance.  She was the mother of eight children, one of whom preceded her to the grave, and seven remain on earth with their father to mourn her death.  For many years she was a consistent Christian and a worthy member of the Methodist E. church.  Her nature was of a fine texture and the more capable of receiving the higher polish and the fashioning hand of our holy christianity.  Of her it may be said her "adorning was that of a meek and quiet spirit."  She made and left her impression on her family, to which she was as the sun to the solar system.  The very large concourse of people who assembled to witness her funeral services gave ample testimony of the high respect in which she was held by her neighbors.  She needed only to be known to be loved.  There is one christian less to pray on earth, but one more to praise God in Heaven.  Many mourn, but they do not mourn as those who have no hope.

--COMMUNICATED.-Galena Weekly, July 1858.

Submitted by Kathy Kuroda