N. S. Bell

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
September 15, 1859, Page 2
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Man Killed.

Mr. N. S. BELL, a citizen of Cartersville, was killed by the cars, on the 7th instant, near that place.  The Express learns that he was under the influence of liquor, and, becoming fatigued, laid down on the railroad track and fell asleep.  His skull was mashed in a horrible manner, causing immediate death.  He was marshal of that town last year, and when sober was much esteemed and respected.


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