News from The Cartersville Express

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
November 10, 1871, page 2
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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.
Cartersville, Ga., Nov. 5th, 1871


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


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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.


Dismission of Guardianship.

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


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