News from The Cartersville Express

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
April 27, 1877, Page 3
 
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The Pauper Farm.

Since the 11th of the present month three children have been born—a pair of twins, the mother a widow of a few months, and the other, the mother of which is an unmarried woman.  Two other unmarried women there will become mothers in a few weeks.  These women are represented to us by Mr. Collins as young, fat and saucy.  There have been three deaths since January 1st, and there are 27 inmates.

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Kingston Items.

We noticed Tom Hargis walking around town with an unusual smile and lifting his feet as high as a blind horse.  Enquiring the cause we learned it was a boy—a 12 pounder at that.

 

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