The Courant American - 1898

 
 
Transcribed by 2005
transcribed from microfilm reproduced by University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, GA
 
Publication
Title
Page
January 6, 1898 Death of Mrs. Luther 1
January 6, 1898 A Beautiful Wedding. 1
January 6, 1898 Letters of Administration: 4
January 6, 1898 Irons-Griffin Marriage 5
January 6, 1898 Old Lady Dies Suddenly. 5
January 6, 1898 Bartow—Grassdale 8
January 6, 1898 “Kingston.” 8
January 6, 1898 Letters of Administration: 8
January 13, 1898 Matrimonial Surprise. 1
January 13, 1898 Williams–Arnold. 1
January 13, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
January 13, 1898 Richard C. Jones. 5
January 13, 1898 “Doings in Bartow--Ford.” 8
January 20, 1898 Rev. B. B. Quillian 1
January 20, 1898 Two Favorites to Wed. 5
January 20, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Corbin.” 8
January 27, 1899 Singular Accident. 1
January 27, 1899 Woman’s Department 4
January 27, 1899 Over Two Hundred Offspring. 5
February 3, 1898 Old Citizen Dies 1
February 3, 1898 Brief Local Items 5
February 10, 1898 Interesting Wedding. 1
February 10, 1898 Postmaster Murdered 1
February 10, 1898 Death of Mr. Sim Whitehead 1
February 10, 1898 Died at the Age of 106 4
February 10, 1898 Brief Local Items 5
February 10, 1898 Death of Mr. R. J. Smith. 5
February 10, 1898 Letters of Administration 5
February 10, 1898 Doings in Bartow—Corbin 8
February 10, 1898 Ione Dunahoo 8
February 10, 1898 “Old Howdy” Gone. 8
February 17, 1898 Switchman Killed. 1
February 10, 1898 Double Killing At Church. 5
February 10, 1898 Marriage at Calhoun. 5
February 10, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
February 10, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
February 24, 1898 “Brief Local Items,” 5
February 24, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Adairsville.” 8
February 24, 1898 A Mother Heroine. 8
March 3, 1898 Interesting Family Relics 1
March 3, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
March 10, 1898 Aged Lady Dies. 1
March 10, 1898 Doings in Bartow—West Adairsville 8
March 17, 1898 Down To His Death 8
March 24, 1898 A Marriage Sunday. 1
March 24, 1898 Judge McCutchen’s Death. 1
March 24, 1898 “Doing in Bartow—Linwood.” 8
March 31, 1898 Sad Death. 1
March 31, 1898 Bell, Charles (Sheriff) 1
March 31, 1898 Yarber, George 1
March 31, 1898 Didn’t Even Alight. 1
March 31, 1898 Marriage at Cassville. 1
March 31, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Corbin.” 8
March 31, 1898 “Cass Station.” 8
March 31, 1898 “Adairsville.” 8
March 31, 1898 “Kingston.” 8
April 7, 1898 Mrs. Vandivere. 4
April 7, 1898 A Home Wedding. 4
April 7, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Corbin.” 8
April 7, 1898 Letters of Administration: 8
April 14, 1898. Mr. A. Richardson Dead. 4
April 21, 1898 No Deaths, births or marriages  
April 28, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
April 28, 1898 Death of Mrs. Elizabeth Venable. 5
April 28, 1898 John Trotter Weds. 5
April 28, 1898 “Doings in Bartow--Kingston.” 8
April 28, 1898 Quiet Home Wedding. 8
April 28, 1898 Special Edition  
May 5, 1898 No deaths, births or marriages; much on the Spanish American War.  
May 12, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
May 12, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Corbin.” 8
May 12, 1898 “Cass Station.” 8
May 19, 1898. A Sad Death. 1
May 19, 1898 Confederate Sketch 2
May 19, 1898 Stephens–Parks. 4
May 19, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
May 19, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
May 26, 1898. Death of David Gay. 1
May 26, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
May 26, 1898 Little Monfort Jones 5
June 2, 1898 The Hargis Reunion. 1
May 26, 1898 Death of Rev. Theo. E. Smith. 1
May 26, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
May 26, 1898 A Well Known Young Telegraph Operator Dies.  
May 26, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
June 9, 1898 Miss Lucy Edwards. 1
June 9, 1898 Rowland, Serena D. 1
June 9, 1898 Married at Rome. 1
June 9, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Adairsville.” 8
June 9, 1898 Mr. Martin Butler 8
June 16, 1898 Death of a Good Lady. 1
June 16, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Cass.” 8
June 23, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
June 23, 1898 Mr. I. C. Davis 5
June 23, 1898 Mrs. J.J. Calhoun 6
June 23, 1898 Crushed By The Cars. 8
June 30, 1898 Rev. John T. Norris. 1
June 30, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
July 7, 1898 Is Dewey’s Nephew. 1
July 7, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
July 14, 1898 Death of Judge Marshall. 1
July 14, 1898 In Memoriam. 5
July 14, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Cass Station.” 8
July 14, 1898 Little Girl Visitor 8
July 14, 1898 “Kingston.” 8
July 14, 1898 “Linwood.”  
July 21, 1898 Death of Mrs. Bennett. 1
July 21, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
July 28, 1898 Mr. T. T. Johnson. 1
August 4, 1898 Maj. Fitten Dead. 1
August 4, 1898 Rev. Dr. Strickland Dies. 1
August 4, 1898 Shot Dead in Cold Blood. 1
August 4, 1898 Letters of Administration 3
August 4, 1898 Alfred Harper Shorter 4
August 4, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
August 4, 1898 Leave To Sell. 5
August 11, 1898 Death Of Capt. Hubert. 1
August 11, 1898 Mr. J. W. Hicks Dead. 1
August 11, 1898 Mrs. C. A. White Dead. 1
August 11, 1898 Death of a Child. 1
August 11, 1898 Mr. A. McDonald. 3
August 18, 1898 Mrs. R. L. Jones Dead. 1
August 18, 1898 Death of Mrs. Satterfield. 1
August 18, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
August 18, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
August 25, 1898 Family Reunion. 1
August 25, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
August 25, 1898 “Pine Log.” 8
August 25, 1898 “Corbin.” 8
September 1, 1898 A Home Wedding. 1
September 1, 1898 Cartersville Lady’s Luck. 1
September 1, 1898 Marriage at Kingston. 1
September 1, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
September 1, 1898 Mrs. Smith the mother-in-law of Mr. H. J. Galt 5
September 1, 1898 Jackson-Steele Marriage 5
September 8, 1898 Death At Cassville. 1
September 8, 1898 Died in Louisiana. 1
September 8, 1898 Died in New Orleans. 1
September 8, 1898 A Good Citizen Gone. 2
September 8, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
September 15, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
September 15, 1898 Death of little Miss Bobbie Land 5
September 15, 1898 Administrator’s Sale 7
September 22, 1898 The Daughter of the Confederacy 1
September 22, 1898 Death of a Good Citizen. 1
September 22, 1898 Accidentally Shot Himself. 1
September 22, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 8
September 29, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
September 29, 1898 Aunt Ann Pitts 5
September 29, 1898 Mrs. Whitehead Dead. 7
September 29, 1898 “Doings in Bartow--Kingston.” 8
September 29, 1898 “Allatoona.” 8
October 6, 1898 Peeples-Munford. 1
October 6, 1898 “Brief Local items.” 5
October 6, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Corbin.” 8
October 6, 1898 Eily-Puckett 8
October 6, 1898 Libel for Divorce 8
October 13, 1898 Sale of Davis Estates 1
October 13, 1898 Notice to Debtors and Creditors. 7
October 13, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Ford.” 8
October 13, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 8
October 20, 1898 Coming Nuptials. 1
October 20, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
October 20, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 8
October 27, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Corbin.” 8
October 27, 1898 “Kingston.” 8
October 27, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 8
November 4, 1898 Mrs. Milam 1
November 4, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
November 4, 1898 Paul Word 5
November 4, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Linwood.” 8
November 4, 1898 Infant babe of Mr. Charlie Harris died 8
November 4, 1898 Death of Mrs. Leland. 8
November 10, 1898 A Sad Death. 1
November 10, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
November 17, 1898 Death of An Aged Lady. 4
November 17, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
November 17, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Allatoona.” 8
November 24, 1898 Stephen-Yarbrough. 1
November 24, 1898 Aged Citizen Dies. 1
November 24, 1898 Was Ninety Years Old. 1
November 24, 1898 Aged Lady Severely Burned. 4
November 24, 1898 Mrs. J. M. Harris. 4
November 24, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
November 24, 1898 Horrible Death of a Miller. 8
November 24, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 8
November 24, 1898 Mrs. Martha Hill 8
December 8, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Allatoona.” 8
December 15, 1898 A Good Citizen Gone. 1
December 1, 1898 Suicide in Paulding. 1
December 1, 1898 “Old-Fashioned Corner.” 2
December 1, 1898 Prospective nuptials. 4
December 1, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
December 8, 1898 Died At Canton. 1
December 8, 1898 Mr. John Morris 1
December 8, 1898 Rev. P. H. Brewster. 1
December 8, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
December 15, 1898 A Sad Death. 1
December 15, 1898 Prospective Nuptials. 1
December 15, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
December 15, 1898 Mr. William Everidge 5
December 15, 1898 Mr. H. C. Stiles left yesterday for Savannah, where he will attend the marriage of his sister, Mrs. E. M. Mills and Mr. Frank 5
December 22, 1898 Killed In a Wreck. 1
December 22, 1898 Henry Burrough Dead. 1
December 22, 1898 Elliott M. Northcutt 1
December 22, 1898 Durham-Collins. 1
December 22, 1898 Stanford-Harvey. 1
December 22, 1898 Married In Atlanta. 4
December 22, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 5
December 22, 1898 Drank Morphine and Died. 6
December 22, 1898 “Doings in Bartow—Kingston.” 8
December 22, 1898 “Ford.” 8
December 29, 1898 “Brief Local Items.” 3

 

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