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The Free Press
Cartersville, Georgia
June 3, 1880, Page 3
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There were two interments in the cemetery last Tuesday.  The hearse made the two trips without a change of horses, a circumstance never known before in Cartersville.


The inquisitive census enumerators started Monday.  Now wouldn’t we like to stand off at a safe distance and see little Bob Patillo lamed through a key-hole when he goes to ask our girl how old she is.


Maj. Nicholson is ninety-one years old this month.  He is the oldest man in the city.  We hope the kind old gentleman’s last few mile-posts in life will be passed by a pathway strewn with the flowers of peace and happiness.


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