News from The Cartersville Express

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
May 19, 1870, page 2
 
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For Sale.

A farm containing 220 acres, at Cass Station on the W. & A. R. R. with two new Dwellings; one has a never failing spring, the other a good well of water.  The latter within one-fourth, and the former within one-half mile, of the Depot.  There is one hundred and fifty acres of level grass land, well watered.  Can be made a fine Stock and Fruit farm.  Having a different soil well adopted to every variety of fruits, grains, and grasses.  Fifty acres well timbered, and one hundred acres timber partly cut off.  Can be divided into three settlements.  Five miles North of Cartersville, and fifty-three of Atlanta.

W. T. Wofford, Cartersville, Ga.
May 19.

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Bartow Land For Sale.

Intending to move Westward this Fall, I am now offering for sale 320 acres of Etowah River Land, lying in the Stamp Creek District, about 10 miles East of Cartersville, and four miles East of the old Etowah Iron Works.  On the tract there are about 90 acres cleared land, about 65 acres river bottom, the balance well-timbered.  The Dwelling is a comfortable framed house, with four rooms, and two fire-places, good out-buildings, good well of water, and altogether as healthy and convenient as any plantation in Bartow county.  Two other settlements on the place. Terms Cash. – For further particulars apply to, or address, me at Cartersville or the premises.

James Keever
May 19.

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For Sale.

I wish to sell my place near Cassville Geo.  It lies about four miles from Cass Station, on the W. & A. R. R., and contains 185 acres; about one half in a fine state of cultivation, and under a first-rate fence, the balance well timbered.

It is well watered; has springs and creeks; is convenient to churches and schools and is a very desirable place.  The land is good, and produces corn, wheat and cotton, and the grasses equal to the best uplands in Cherokee Georgia.  Terms reasonable.

Robert Russell
Cartersville, Ga.
Mar. 19

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Page 4.

Agreeable to an order of the Court of Ordinary of Bartow County, Georgia, will be sold before the Court House door of said County, in Cartersville, on the first Tuesday in June next, within the legal hours of sale, the interest of Jesse J. Davis, minor, being one-sixth undivided interest in the following Lots of Land, to wit:  Nos. 283, 284, 285, 293, and 356, all in the 4th District and 3rd Section of Bartow county, Georgia.  Sold for the benefit of said minor.  Terms, cash.

John A. Erwin, Guard’n.
Cartersville, Ga., April 27th, 1870.

 

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