The Courant American News

The Courant American
Cartersville, Georgia
January 30, 1890, page 1
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Samuel Rutherford, editor of the People’s Journal, a colored organ published at Rome, gave the Courant-American a call last Monday. His paper is conservative in tone and exercises an influence for good with his race, and for this August 29, 2006


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Mr. James Smith is looking very pleasing and is walking very proud and is talking very loud---“it is a boy.”


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Mrs. J. G. McReynolds, after a pleasant visit to her relatives and friends in and around Kingston for a month or two, left for her home in the lone star state, January 26th. She is a daughter of the late Jonathan McDow, of Adairsville.


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