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The Weekly Antioch Ledger
10 March 1877
Vol. II, #51


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Criminal cases against JOST, Antioch Distillery, and CUSHING & LOUDERBACK, Bay View Distillery dismissed. Civil cases still pending.

Miles H. ROBINSON, white, trundled John GALE, colored, in a wheelbarrow in payment of a bet as to who would be inaugurated President. Also, P. BUCKLEY, harnessed between the shafts of a sulky, drew Samuel HOLMES about the streets.

Monday of last week, the wife of Thomas W. INGRAM died. She was sick for eight hours then gave birth to a healthy daughter, then a stillborn daughter, another daughter, then a fourth child which resulted in the mother’s death. INGRAM is left with the two newborns and twelve other children to raise.

 A daughter was born in Martinez to the wife of C. Ed. MILLER on February 25, 1877.

School Report for Advanced and First Grades of the Antioch Public Schools
for the month ending Friday, March 2, 1877.

 Class A
Elias EMMONS
Fannie NASON
Lena LOBREE
Alice TRASK
Willie EMMONS
James NASON

Class B
Frank BLANCHARD
Emily HAGADORN
Phillip LOBREE
Mary ISRAEL
John EWING
Martin GRIFFIN
Maggie HARPER
Annie WILLS
Dixie JONES
Guss REED
Richard UREN
Mary TREGALLAS

Class C
Louisa SCHOTT
Bettie WOLCOTT
Willie MAHAN
Emma SEAVEY
Flora ROBINSON
Mary BLANCHARD
Hattie WEMPLE
Warren ROLLINS
Rachel LOBREE
Willie PAGE
Maria NASON
Agnes BREWER
Jennie WILLS
Matilda HOMBURG
John NICHOLSON
Jessie REED
Frank SEAVEY
Pomyea WILLIAMSON
Charles WENIG

Thomas WALLIS

Thomas GRIFFIN

           
                                     A. A. BAILEY, teacher

Real Estate Transactions, Week Ending March 6, 1877

 

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