News from The Cartersville Express

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
November 10, 1871, page 2
 
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STOLEN!

Taken from my room, while at James Attaway’s, a Pocket-Book containing a SILVER MEDAL, bearing the name of Edward Hilborn.  The medal is round, a size larger than a silver dollar; awarded Edward Hilborn, for gallantry performed at the siege of Vera Cruz, a member of the “Palmetto Regiment,” under General Butler.  Any information that may lead to its recovery will be thankfully received by his mother.
REBECCA HILBORN.
Cartersville, Ga., Nov. 5th, 1871

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Libel For Divorce.
Francis Stone vs. John Stone [John Stone does not reside in Georgia.]

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Page 3.

Our esteemed friend, R. L. Rogers, has a yam potato on exhibition at the Hardware Store of Messrs. Gilbert Baxter, which, when first resurrected, lacked a fraction of weighing ten pounds.  We have often seen potato heaps, but this is a heap of potato.

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Dismission of Guardianship.

John G. McReynolds, guardian of Mattie McReynolds, applies to the Court for a discharge from his guardianship.

 

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