Courant American News, December 5, 1889

 
The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 5, 1889, page 5
 
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“Over the Town.”

It is rumored that Mrs. Booz, of Cedartown, will take charge of the Miller house on the first of January.

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There were only two interments in the city cemetery the last month and both of them were non-residents. We believe a fair comparison will show that Cartersville has, the year round, the smallest number of deaths of any city or town, according to population, in the south.

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Page 8

Stilesboro

The negroes are leaving for Arkansas from about here. Thirty got letters from their churches Nov. 30. Some have gone and others will follow.

 

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