Courant American News, December 5, 1889

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
December 5, 1889, page 5
Transcribed by:  

“Over the Town.”

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


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.


Page 8


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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