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Sonoma County Tribune
Sonoma County Tribune
Contributed by Jeanne_Taylor

Description: Weekly Publication

Date: September 1892

Newspaper published in: Healdsburg

September 1, 1892

Chas. F. RAYMOND and wife celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at their home on Tucker St. (Story pg. 2 col. 3)
Albert Boggs CARRIGER, a son of Nicholas CARRIGER, one of the first settlers of Sonoma County, is in jail at Santa Rosa, charged with the murder of his brother, William W. CARRIGER. The tragedy took place at the home of William near Sonoma, last Saturday evening. He was married, but had no children and divorce proceedings have been pending between him and his wife for some time. Boggs was arrested and made a number of incoherent statements. (Long story, pg. 2, col. 4).
George A. LEITHOLD died at the new Receiving Hospital yesterday. A drug clerk, aged 19y, who had for some time been working in the drug store of J.W. LUMLINO, on the corner of Pacific and Leavenworth Sts. LEITHOLD has a brother in Woodland and an uncle, Henry FOX, in Healdsburg. (story pg. 2, col. 5)

September 15, 1892

John M. LAUGHLIN died Thursday night of last week at his home on Mark West Creek. His parents were both natives of Va., who removed to Tnn., where he was born Aug. 24, 1824. He removed with his mother to Iowa in 1840 and ten years later came to Ca. across the plains, arriving in Placerville, in 1850. He returned to Iowa in 1853, and there married Matilda FAUGHT. He came again to Ca. in 1854 with his wife and brother and established himself on Mark West Creek. He was fond of good stock and soon had cattle, horses and sheep of the best breeds. He planted a vineyard and engaged in early fruit culture. Mr. LAUGHLIN was 30y of age, a school trustee in his district. He was a Master Mason, a member of the Santa Rosa Chapter, No. 45, of the Royal Arch Degree. After the death of his wife, he married Miss Cordelia SANBORN, who survives him. Seven children are living, most are married and well settled in life. (Santa Rosa Democrat)

Died in San Francisco, Sept. 9, 1892, Henry David, son of David STUSSY, formerly of Healdsburg, a native of San Francisco, aged 1y 6m.

Died at Healdsburg, Sept. 7, 1892, Mary Louise, daughter of Margaret and the late Thomas BURKE, born in Damascus, Placer Co., on Apr. 24, 1866.
Marty TARWATER had his hands crushed in a hay baler near Santa Rosa last week.
J.H. KRUSE and Emma INGALLS, both of Healdsburg, are announcing their engagement. The nuptials will take place the latter part of this month.

September 22, 1892

Mr./Mrs. George SLOCUM celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at their home last Saturday evening. (story pg. 2, col. 3)
Ed. RILEY, the burglar engineer Phil. HYDE had the catch-as-catch-can bout with Tuesday evening, has been held to appear for trial.
Hale GAGER, of Geyserville, has accepted the position as foreman on the RAYMOND ranch in Alexander Valley.
A son was born to Mr./Mrs. Nathan LAUTER, formerly of Healdsburg.

Mr./Mrs. J.P. BERRY, (nee Lillie KOENIG), became parents of a girl at Santa Rosa on Saturday, the 10th.
George CORNETT, whose family resides here, died in Lakeport, Lake Co., Wednesday week. He was a native of Mo.

Ambrose J. JENES, a man well-known in the county, an ex-Mexican veteran, who has been a long time in the employ of J.B. SEAWELL and Brothers, was found dead at the Hugh MARSHAL ranch on Thursday. He lived alone on the ranch, which is rented by Mr. SEAWELL.
Mary STEWART and J.W. SMITH, both of Healdsburg, were married last Sunday, in Healdsburg.

Jas. H. KRUSE and Emma INGALLS were married at the home of Rev. J.S. NORVELL, on Saturday evening. Miss Amanda RICKMAN and John INGALLS attended the couple.
Frank C. PHILLIPS, a young man of ingenious turn of mind, recently secured a patent for a foot-power, rotary peach and plum pitter.


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