The Planters' advocate. (Cartersville, Ga.) 1875-187?
The Planters' advocate.
Place of Publication:
- Cartersville, Bartow county
A. & W.A. Marschalk
Dates of publication:
- Vol. 16, no. 48 (Nov. 22, 1875)-
- Bartow County (Ga.)--Newspapers.
- Cartersville (Ga.)--Newspapers.
- Georgia--Bartow County.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01214862
- In Vol. 16, no. 48 (Nov. 22, 1875) publisher said, "We this week change the name of our paper from the Standard and Express to the Planters' Advocate." However, on Dec. 2, 1875, v. 16, no. 48 of Cartersville Express said, "Standard and Express hereby announce to the public that they have this day sold the same to Mr. C.H.C. Willingham ... The paper will hereafter be known as The Cartersville Express."
- Numbering changed by Feb. 19, 1876 to: Vol. 1, no. 13.
The Planters' advocate. November 22, 1875
The Standard and Express became the Planters’ Advocate on November 22, 1875. The owners were A. & W. A. Marschalk and they published the paper on Saturdays. After publishing under the new title for only two issues, the owners sold their paper to C. H. C. Willingham who reverted the title to the Cartersville Express with the December 2, 1875 issue. The Express ceased printing late in the 19th century.