News from The Cartersville Express

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
April 1, 1874, Page 2
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Exemption of Personalty Under the Homestead Act.

Ann R. Pickard, wife of A. Pickard; Phoeba A. Moss, wife of Geo. W. Moss.


Page 3:

The extent of the injuries received by Messrs. Jarvis, Quarles, and Hazlewood at Ladd’s Lime Works, last Tuesday, was greatly exaggerated.  We learn from a reliable source that neither of them was very dangerously wounded, and that they were under the care of the surgeon only a day or two.  We cannot account for their early recovery in any other way but that they were treated by those skillful surgeons—Drs. Baker and Shepherd.


Wm. W. JOHNSON is a worthy colored man from Atlanta, who has taken up his abode among us as mattress-maker.  He made one for us, and it is as good a piece of work as we have seen.  We take pleasure in introducing him to the public, and soliciting orders for him, which may be left at William Goldsmith’s.  His terms are reasonable.



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