News from The Standard and Express

 
The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
March 21, 1872, page 2
 
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For Sale.

A farm on the Etowah, 500 acres, upwards of 100 acres of first class bottom land and well timbered.  This farm is located in Cherokee county, 1 ½ miles from Canton, on the line of the Marietta & North Georgia Railroad.  Dwelling, outhouses and fencing good.

Also a farm in same county, on same Railroad, 10 miles from Marietta, comprising 134 acres, about 40 of which are of good creek bottom, cleared and in good cultivation.  The remainder good “red mulatto” land, well fenced and timbered, with excellent houses and all family conveniences, a good orchard of select fruit, &c.

Also, a farm located in Bartow county, 10 miles from Cartersville, consisting of 220 acres: 50 acres of good creek bottom, cleared and in cultivation.  Improvements good.  Fine Orchard.  Fencing good.  Woodland well timbered.

Also, half an excellent Flour mill, 10 miles from Cartersville, in Bartow county, with 480 acres of land.  A splendid shoal where a ten foot dam gives a fall of 28 feet—a water-power sufficient for a large amount of machinery.  If preferred, the whole property might be bought.  Good dwelling and four tenant houses on the place.

All the foregoing property can be bought for $20,000, or any one place for a much less sum.

J. D. Thomas
Cartersville, Ga.
March 20, 1872

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Page 3.

Our town cemetery, notwithstanding the loud wailings which have been made over its exposed condition, still remains unenclosed.

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Libel For Divorce.

Cathran Barchard vs. Ralph Barchard (does not reside in Georgia).

 

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