At the residence of the brides father, on the 25th inst. by Rev. C M GRAY, - Mr. CHARLIE
SMITH to Miss ANNIE HARTDEGEN, all of Cleveland
At St. Luke's Church, on Wednesday 26th of this month, [April, 1876] by Rev. C M GRAY -
Mr. THOMAS D. STEED to Miss AGGIE NEWELL, all of this city.
B. MORRISSON, of Chatta
Valley, after a protracted illness, on the 24th inst. age 60
Infant son of Mr. FRANK BACON on the 23rd
of this month. [April,1876]
Infant son of JOHN PATTERSON, 3 miles east of Cleveland
on 22nd. [April,1876] Age about 1 year.
MAY 5,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
Chattanooga Times: "Rev. Mr. KENDRICK charged
with seducing a little girl of his congregation at Columbus, GA, had a hearing on Tuesday before three Justices; and was bound to answer the
Superior Court, in the sum of $3,000. Failing to give bond, he was locked in jail, and at last accounts remained
While passing up Walker
Valley a short distance; on Sunday last, we noticed wheat looking
uncommonly well. Mr. P M CRAIGMILES'
farm has the nicest we saw. Mr. PRYOR LEA has the earliest corn we have
Our enterprising friend LUCIUS OSMENT don't intend to be out done in anything. He has
erected at his residence, water-works, by which he can put out a fire in case of an accident. The works are also
fixed so as to run water to a fountian in his garden and thence by pipes to his duck pond in the horse lot. Now
TRAYNOR is fixing to put up one also. JOHN is fixing his for the benefit of loafers--he
says he is ashamed to have them sitting around the store, so he proposes to put them in the back yard from this on.
If there be a law against "outrages" we want, and propose seeing it enforced. It is too bad to give a fellow candy and then tell him that you were mistaken
and gave him "crow-pizen" and
that he must wake the druggist and get something to make him vomit right quick.
Such, however, was the case last Saturday night. He was a colored youth.
He couldn't get in a drug store, but he run his finger down his throat and throwed up everything he had eaten for
six months. The poor fellow looked next morning as if he had been viewing a grave-yard.
MAY 12,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
Miss MARGARET LOWE, daughter of Wm. LOWE, of this city, on the 10th of this month [MAY 1876]
In Meigs county near Bunker's Hill-- Mrs. DOWNEY, wife of Mr. LUM DOWNEY, after a short
illness, on Sunday April 30th, 1876.
The jail in Chattanooga
caught fire last week and the jailor let the "birds" out of the cage to help put out the fire. They did, and also; put themselves
out of Chattanooga, Powerful green trick, Mr. Jailor.
MAY 19,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
Our young friend PHIL. R[C]EDER has been very sick
for several days, being inflicted with imflaminatory rheumatism.
In Meigs county near Brittsville on Saturday,
May 15th - Miss MARY MILAWAY, widow of JOHN T. MILAWAY. aged about 70 years [May,1876]
MAY 26,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
At the residence of the brides father on the 18th inst., by Rev. S W TINDELL - Mr. ISHAM
J. GATE to Miss (J)ACMI (JAEMI?)DENTON.
Miss FANNIE DeLANO, on Saturday May 20th? 1876, at the age of about 19 years. Her disease
was consumption. She was buried on Monday the 22nd. St. Luke's Church, of which she was a member,
By the power in us we appoint GEO. LEA, JIM ROBERTSON, JOHN McREYNOLDS and HARTEGEN,
as special police to keep our side of the square quiet. Only three fights last week and the weather still getting
BILL BANE and BOB LEA both colored, were arrested and brought before His Honor Esquire
HARDWICK on Monday last on a charge of robbery. After a hearing both parties were released.
JUNE 2, 1875 CLEVELAND HERALD
DAN ROBERTSON, better known as "Cusl", has erected a black-smith shop on
Ocoee St. on the lot known as the "Smithing Iron"
where he is ready to welcome all his old customers.
SWARTZ BURGESS has opened an Ice cream
saloon in the Ocoee building, where families can be supplied on order.
Mrs. HOWE, - wife of Mr. M W HOWE of this county, late of Michigan - on the 31st. We did not learn her age.
JOHN JONES, a lad of thirteen years, had his leg torn off in Roan Iron Company's Rail
mill in Chattanooga last Monday. The boy was under the Engine
lighting the bolts and the Engineer
not knowing he was there started the Engine.
In Watauga county, North Carolina,
on May 18th, 1876 - W F BARRETT of this county to Miss FLORENCE BANNER of the former.
JUNE 9,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
Mr. LUKE CALLAWAY, who is now living in New
Mexico is on a visit to relations in this city. LUKE is looking well - New Mexico agrees with him.
Mr. WILLIAM MINNIS, of this city showed us the other day a tomahawk that was carried
by his father in the war of 1812, and was used in the battle of the "Horse-shoe".
Mr. FRANK CARTER and lady, of Fayettville, are on a visit to their friends and relations
JUNE 16,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
A fact worth mentioning - JIM HANCOCK treated another fellow to ice cream the other day
- the only dime he has spent in 17 years.
JUNE 30,1876 CLEVELAND HERALD
NANNIE A. COWAN - of consumption - on Tuesday, June 20th, 1876, at the
age of about 17 years.
The deceased was a bright looking, young girl - was the daughter of the
late JAMES M COWAN; her mother having died about ten years ago. NANNIE was a special favorite to all her associates.
She leaves a younger sister and two brothers to mourn her untimely end. She was buried
beside her father and mother in the cemetery at this place on Wednesday last.
END OF ROLL # 101 CLEVELAND HERALD
APR 1875 - June 30 1876
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