“Affairs in the City”

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia
June 20, 1895, Page 5
 
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“Affairs in the City”

 

Mrs. William Milner, who had been very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. McMeekin, at Columbia, S. C., was brought to this city last Saturday. She stood the trip well and it is earnestly hoped by her relatives and friends that she will soon be her wonted self.

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Mrs. W. D. Johnson, of this city, by telegram Tuesday evening received the doleful news that her father, Mr. Frank Cowherd, had just died at his home near Gordonsville, Va., of heart failure. He was sitting talking to his physician, who was just making a social visit when he suddenly fell from his chair, and though everything that could be was done for him he was soon dead. He was about sixty-four years of age and was greatly beliked by all who knew him. The news was a great shock to Mrs. Johnson.

 

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