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Wm. Kerr's horse won the saddle horse race on Tuesday.

 

 

The killing of Col. JOHN HOUSE and son at Franklin, Tenn, by the city marshal and recorder, was a cowardly affair. The murderers should be speedily brought to justice. Because a man has a little one horse office is no reason he should murder good citizens, because he has a little spite them. The Nashville

American of the 22nd gives a full account of the bloody affair.

 

 

 

NOVEMBER 4,1875  CLEVELAND HERALD 

 

The president of the United States has named Thursday, November the 25th as the National Thanks Giving day.

 

 

NOVEMBER 11,1875  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

Mr. G. C. Newell, who has been on a visit among his relatives in Pennsylvania, has returned home.

 

DIED

BERRY MORE, on the 1st day of this month [November,1875] at his residence near White Oak Mountain. Aged 93 years.

 

MARRIED

On October 31,1875, at the residence of Dr. Aubright in Ducktown, Tenn, by Rev. J.H. McGriff - Mr. JASPER PASSMORE to Miss AMANDA

POSTELL.

 

Mr. JOE CALLAWAY found his cow in the woods- dead with her hind quarters gone. Some one being out of meat had killed her for beef.

 

DEATH

Mrs. BARRETT, wife of S.S.BARRETT at Charleston, died Sunday November 7th,1875. Mrs. B. had been sick for some time. We did not learn her age.

 

Maj. S. HAMBRIGHT has been searched. His baggage consisted of a box of paper collars and a five shooter (Colt's). What a reproof of Democracy. Nothing more or less. And HAM is a revenue collector.

 

 

NOVEMBER 18,1875  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

MARRIED

At the residence of Mr. COOKSIE - By Rev. W A Rogers-- Mr. JOSEPH H. HARDWICK, of this city to Miss COOKIE A. HARRIS, of Whitefield County, GA, on Tuesday, November 16th, 1875. May Jo and his young bride see the millennium. May they never grow old and ugly, and cross; but live a thousand years, and be as happy as a big Sun Flower, that nods and bends in the breeze.

 

DIED

Mr. ISAAC R. LEA, aged 50 years, died at his home near McDonald's Station, in this county on November 13,1875.

 

MARRIED

On the 11th inst.[November,1875] by Eld. James Johnston--Mr. JOHN A. BURNS of Hamilton county to Miss CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH HEADRICK of Bradley county.

 

 

NOVEMBER 25,1875  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

CARROLL TIBBS has sold his mills in Polk County and moved his store back to Cleveland.

 

MARRIED

On the 18th inst. by J.A. Lacey Esq. Mr. AKALLUS MORRISON to Miss MARY E. SMITH all of this county [November,1875]

 

It was reported in town Tuesday morning that Mr. H.JORY, of Ducktown was lying very low with paralysis and not expected to recover. Ducktown could not lose a better man than Mr. JORY.

Since this writing the above we learn that Mr. JORY is dead, and was buried yesterday. He leaves many friends to mourn his loss. 

 

 

DECEMBER 2,1875  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

DEATH

Mrs. MARY HAYS, widow of the late JOHN F. HAYS, of this county, died at her home on Saturday last at the age of 77 years. Mrs. HAYS, we understand, has been a member of the Cumberland

Presbyterian Church for thirty years or more.

 

 

DECEMBER 17,1875   CLEVELAND HERALD

 

DEATHS

Mrs. BARNETT, wife of JAMES BARNETT, east of Cleveland, aged about fifty years.

 

W W BLACK, on Chatta,at Mr. ISHAM JULIAN'S, aged 23 years.

 

Also an infant of Mr. ROBERT LONG of this place on the 2nd.

 

Mr. JOHN TRAYNOR is having his store painted and cleaned up generally inside. John is a tasty fellow and promises to keep one of the nicest stores in the south.

 

DECEMBER 24,1875  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

TAX COLLECTION SALES

 

By virtue of the power and authority vested in me as tax collector of Bradley County. I will on the first Monday of January 1876, offer for sale the following described tracts of land, town lots and parts of town lots. The same having been assessed for taxes for the year 1874, which taxes are due and remain unpaid together with penalties and cost, to-wit:

 

DIST 11:

 

160 ac   DAVID TEAUGE  1874     Value $225.  fees $5.27

164 ac   CYNTHIA MARSH          Value $680.  fees $9.06

 

DIST 13:

 

120 ac   SAMUEL HYDEN              Value $400.  fees $6.57

 

DIST 5:

 

160 ac   J W MILLARD             Value $$1,190. fees $12.54

5 ac     H. JARNEGAN             Value $170.    fees $4.60

 

DIST. 9:

 

80 ac    ROBERT MURPHY             Value $350.  fees $7.96

 

Town lot  6th ward 

 

         G T WASAM                 Value $127.  fees $5,97

 

Town lot  3rd ward - situated on Ocoee St.The other in ward  5 fronting on Church St.

         J S OSMENT               Value $680.  fees $ 9.06

 

Towne lot   Fronting on Edwards St.

       

        A M ROGERS              Value $ 500.   fees $9.25

Towne lot -3ac- 1st ward:

        SYDNEY HENDERSON       Value $5,250.  fees $51.03

DIST 10:

 

230 ac   W H HOSKINS               Value $650.  fees $8.75

140 ac   THOMAS RAMS               Value $700.  fees $9.24

 

 

DIST. 6:

 

1/4 ac   NEWTON KENNER            Value $ 50.  fees $ 5.23

1/6 ac   JACK SMITH    1873 & 4   Value $ 75   fees $ 7.53

 

DIST 12:

 

80 ac    E H SEHRIMSHER          Value $ 170.   fees $4.49

 

DIST 1 :

126 ac   S M ROYSTON             Value $510.    fees $7.53

 

DIST 2 :

200 ac   GREEN'S HEIRS           Value $340.    fees $6.02

 

DIST 7 :

350 ac   D M NELSON            Value 5,320.    fees $50.47

 

DIST 3 :

 

100 ac   JAMES WHITON Jr.       Value n/a      fees$ 8.30

240 ac   A B BLANKENSHIP        Value n/a      fees $10.06

 

This 6th day of December 1875. DANIEL McDOWELL Tax Collector

 

MARRIED

At the residence of the bride- Mr. JOHN J HANNAH to Miss MATILLDA L TRAYNOR, December 21, 1875, by Rev. J S Porter.

 

J W & T D STEED have moved their Photography Gallery up stairs in CALLAWAY & STEED's new building, and are prepared to do all kinds of work in good style.

 

Mr. LUKE HARLE has finished his new house, and now has one of the nicest dwellings in Cleveland. He is also having a new fence

built in front which aides very much with the appearance. Messrs. ROGERS & SLAUGHTER are the builders.

 

JANUARY 21,1876  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

MARRIED

Miss MAGGIE DAVIS , daughter of JEFF DAVIS, celebrated the New Year by getting married. She hitched to J A HAYES, Cashier of the State National Bank, in Memphis.

 

MARRIED

Rev. BALLEW, of Indiana, to Miss HETTIE COWAN, daughter of W B COWAN, of this county.

 

JANUARY 28,1876  CLEVELAND HERALD

 

Mr. P H LOWE has been appointed Deputy U S Marshall. At this place.

 

 

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FEBRUARY 4,1876   CLEVELAND HERALD

 

MARRIED

At Boliver, Tenn. January 26th, 1876 - Rev. C. M. GRAY of this city to Miss CLARA POLK of the former place. Mr. GRAY and bride arrived here on Friday last. We congratulation Mr. G on getting hooked to a fine looking woman.

 

DEATH

Mr. J FRANK LEEPER, aged 24 years and 6 months, died at his home in this place Wednesday night last at 10:30 o'clock, of consumption. Frank was liked by all that knew him. He leaves

a wife and mother and many friends to mourn his untimely end.