News from The Cartersville Express

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
August 26, 1869, page 3
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We learn that a lady was murdered and her person outraged, at Adairsville, in this county, on Monday night last.  It is supposed to have been done by a negro.  We have no particulars.


Page 4.

Cartersville Academy.
The exercises for the Fall Session of this Institution will open Monday, the 2nd day of August next, under the joint conduct of
Ronald Johnston and J. W. Pritchett,
And contains Four and Half Scholastic Months.
The principals beg leave, in advance, to reassure those who may favor them with their patronage, that they will continue to use their utmost exertions to make this a good school.
The discipline will be as strict as is consistent with proper humanity to the pupils.
Boys and girls will be kept in separate apartments, and no communication allowed between them, either in or out of school.
The course of study will be comprehensive: including Latin, Greek, French and a full course of Mathematics, together with all other branches usually taught in such institutions.
The principals are happy to announce that they have been able to secure the services of an accomplished assistant, in the person of
Miss M. P. Kingsberry,
Who comes highly recommended as a competent and experienced teacher.
Arrangements made for Music, if desired.
Tuition payable quarterly in advance.
1st Class per month $4.00
2d Class per month $3.00
3d Class per month $2.00
Contingent fee one dollar per session.
Board can be obtained in good families at moderate rates.
Cartersville, June 16, 1869

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