News from The Standard and Express

 
The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
March 7, 1872, page 2
 
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FOR SALE
At LESS THAN COST!

MY PLACE, in Cartersville, Ga., 20 acres exactly, with a small framed house, 15 under fence; well adapted to wheat, clover, etc., would make a good dairy farm; only five or six minutes’ walk from depot; street of my own; pure freestone water; perfectly healthy; titles perfect, having bought it four years ago from Col. L. Tumlin.  With a small outlay no more desirable and beautiful little place could be found in Cherokee Georgia.  If not sold at private sale before, will be offered at public outcry on the 6th May, being regular sale day.  Terms, at either sale: one-half cash—balance in 12 months.  For full particulars as to price, etc., etc, apply to Samuel T. McCanless, who lives adjoining the premises, or the undersigned at Crawfordville, Wakulla county, Fla.

LUCIEN S. DUVAL

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Page 3.

Leave To Sell Land.

J. N. Whitehead, guardian of Jas. L. Elliott, minor, applies for leave to “sell a portion of the real estate belonging to the estate of Jas. L. Elliott, minor, for the benefit of said minor.”

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W. H. McCravy, guardian of Caroline Elliott, minor, applies for leave to “sell a portion of the real estate belonging to the estate of Caroline Elliott, minor, for the benefit of said minor.”

 

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