The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Ga,
Cedartown, December 15---Mr. W. D. Wright is extremely ill at his father's
four miles south of town. Little hope is entertained for his recovery.
---Captain Prendugast, who was stricken with paralysis some three weeks age
---The measles of a mild type are prevailing in our town.
---The lady membership of the Methodist church are making preparations for a
supper to be given at the high school building on next Thursday night. (The
Daily Constitution, Atlanta, GA, December 18, 1880)
Cedartown, December 17
---The Methodist supper came off last night, and was an immense success both
financially and otherwise.
---Our townsman, Mr. W.E. Hurst, has lost two children within one week, with
diphtheria, the second one dying this morning. (The Daily Constitution,
Atlanta, GA. December 19, 1880)
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