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The Atlanta Constitution - 1800's

Atlanta, Georgia

 

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Date Title
29 Nov 1872 Mr. Henry Allen
23 Jul 1873 U.S. Internal Revenue
12 Jan 1875 W.L. Rollins
14 Jan 1875 In the Courts
7 Mar 1877 Release of Revenue Prisoners
29 Sept 1877 The efficient sheriff
18 Sept 1881 The Paulding Tragedy
26 Oct 1881 Atlanta Constitution
17 Feb 1882 A Jail Delivery
4 Mar 1882 Following a Thief
11 Aug 1882 The Paulding County Rioters
21 Sept 1882 Atlanta Constitution
24 Sept 1882 Dr. W.C. Smith, U.S. commissioner
13 Oct 1882 arrested W.M.Townsend
25 Oct 1882 retailing whiskey
7 Dec 1882 After the Moonbluers
9 Mar 1883 The Past, Present and Future of its Present County Town, Dallas.
19 Apr 1883 Atlanta Constitution
27 Apr 1883 Paulding county farmer
6 May 1883 Atlanta Constitution
11 June 1885 arrested J.F. Beldin
17 July 1885 Three Cows, a Calf, a Horse and Male Disappear – The Search
19 June 1886 Atlanta Constitution
5 Sept 1886 Atlanta Constitution
8 Sept 1885 She Was Not Very Curious, Dallas, Ga, Sept 7
21 Sept 1886 Atlanta Constitution
6 Oct 1885 Many Moonshiners…
6 Nov 1885 The District Court…
24 Dec 1885 U.S. Courts…
21 Jan 1886  The War on Rye
18 Mar 1886  Wanted In Dallas
20 Mar 1886 Heywood Babb
21 Mar 1886 Fairburn
11 May 1886 Georgia Gossip
19 May 1886 William McBrayer
26 May 1886 llicit Distilling—
28 May 1886  Samuel Nash, of Paulding county
12 Oct 1886 Atlanta Constitution
21 Dec 1886 Atlanta Constitution
2 Jan 1887 Stories of the War (New Hope Church)
7 Jan 1887 Atlanta Constitution
18 Feb 1887 Atlanta Constitution
8 Mar 1887 Atlanta Constitution
18 Mar 1887 Atlanta Constitution
1 July 1887 Atlanta Constitution
6 Aug 1887 Confederate Soldier's Bones
19 Aug 1887 Atlanta Constitution
22 Aug 1887 Atlanta Constitution
9 Sept 1887 Atlanta Constitution
12 Sept 1887 Atlanta Constitution
9 May 1890 The Paulding Veterans

14 Apr 1898

Shipp Splits Bills, Gets Three Years

29 Apr 1898

Bound Over For Moonshining

3 May 1898

Saved From Ruthless Hands

4 June 1898

Bound Over For Moonshining

9 June 1898

Still Raided in Paulding.

24 July 1898

He Was In Fifteen Battles

4 Aug 1898

Moonshiners Captured

5 Sept 1898

They Went Back Home

28 Sept 1898

A Moonshiner Goes to Jail

11 Nov 1898

They Had Fun In Atlanta

25 Nov 1898

Suicide In Paulding County

5 June 1899

Sheriff Slips Away With Bell


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