The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Ga,
April 22, 1880
Cedartown, April 20---A man by the name of Morrow was brought here from Etna
furnace last Sunday night and placed in jail, charged with being a bigamist,
the report being that he has a wife in Fannin county and one in Alabama.
--Mr. And Mrs. C. Philpot have returned for New York.
---Asa Z Prior and J. Pink Johnson and lady have gone on a visit to Hot
---The Sabbath schools of this county picnic at Rockmart on the 1st of May.
---Our town wants the Cherokee railroad extended to Gadsden, Ala. (The Daily
Constitution, Atlanta, Ga, April 22, 1880)
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