Church - Annual Meeting - 257 Church - Lottie Locke united with - 275 Cuba Assumed Independence - 278 Coronation of King Edward VII of England - 289
Died - Mrs. A. A. Cudner - 171. Joseph Goyette - 174 Died - Lawyer L. W. Elliott - 182. Rev. Dr. J. C. Holbrook of Stockton - 184 Died - Collis P. Huntington - 185. Father Lorenzo Waugh - 188 Died - Prof. A. H. Randall - 188. William Hunter - 193. Died - Ruth Bruml - 193. Mrs. Mattie (Thomas) Goldsworthy - 194 Died - Thomas Cunningham - 198. B. P. Baird - 198 Died - Mrs. B. P. Baird - 201. John Demangeot's father - 202 Died - Queen Victoria - 207. Ex. President - Benj. Harrison - 215 Died - Walter Athearn - 218. Turpin - 219. Frank Greve - 226 Died - Prof. Le Conte - 235. Frank Sherden - 237 Died - Dowager Empress of Germany - 239 President William McFinley - 244 Died - Roland G. Hammond - 248. Lillian's father - Mr. Green - 249 Died - Moses Bruml - 250 - Li-Heung-Chang - 251 Died - Valentine Farrington - 252 Grandma Harris - 254 Died - Madison J. Drais - 256 - Rev. Dr. Briggs - 259 Mr. De Boid - 263 Died - Dr. Geo. A. Shurtleff - 263 - John Boyce - 264. Judge Jos. H. Budd - 265 Died - E. R. Stockwell - 267. Rev. T. De Witt Talmage - 272 Died - Rev. Horatio Stebbins - 272. Mr. Spires of Scotia - 272 Died - Rev. J. T. Ford. of North Abington - 274 - John Q. Reed - 280 Drowned - Harrold Perrott and Willie Morrow at Woodbridge - 281 Died - John Tone - 282 - Madame Fischer - 286 Died - Mrs. Amanda Stephens - 293 - Mrs. Harriet Rixon of Lode - 296. Died - Little Dorothy Bruml - 297 - Daniel Gillies - 300. Geo. Ringer - 301.
Explosion of the Battle - Ship Maine in the harbor of Havana - 33. Earthquake - severe at Mare Island and along the Coast - 39 Election of School Trustee - Mr. Ambrose elected - 51 Election State - Henry T Gage elected Gov. - 82 Explosion of Steam Drum of Steamer T. C. Walker - 86 Election of School Trustee - Dr. Priestley - 119 Eclipse of moon - almost total - 150 Election of William McKinley as President - Second term - 195 Entertainment of Ladies Aids of Congl. and M. E. Flag drill - 199 Elevator - dumb waiter - just in - 207 Estate ordered out of Court - 236 Entered Oakland High School - Alma Cooke and Nellie Locke - 238 Electrocuted - Leon Czolgosz - assassin of Pres. McKinley - 250 Eclipse of moon - total - 300
Frosts, every morning in Jan. and eighteen in March. 40 Farmer's Institute - 71 Farewell Reception to Willie and Etta - 80 Fire in Gehan's blacksmith and carriage shop - 97 Flood - entire - 105 Fire in Lockeford - Five buildings burned and hay-stack - 139 Farmer's Institute - 141 Fair in North Abington for Cong'l Church - 143 Fence - front-yard, wire, built - 167 Fire in Lodi - burned saloon, scorched hotel - 218 Flag Day - anniversary of acceptance of National Flag in 1777 - 230 Fire - Celeste set with matches in the house - 230 Final adjustments and estimates in Est. matters - 251 Fire on Dry Creek - Wilder family burned - 289 Fire in Stockton - Pavilion and 25 other Buildings burned - 297
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