HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
I will sell at a reasonable price my house and lot in the city of Cartersville. The house is a comfortable four room building, with three fire places, good kitchen, smoke-house and stables, and one of the very best wells of freestone water in North Georgia. About one and a half acres of land. On corner of West Main and Cassville streets. For further particulars apply to W. G. Burney, either on the premises or at the store.
M. E. Paramour.
Cartersville, Oct. 9th, 1872.
Guardian’s Sale.—Will be sold before the Court House door in the town of Cartersville, Bartow county, Georgia, on the first Tuesday in December, 1872, within the legal sale hours, the following property to-wit:
The undivided interest belonging to Elmira, William, Rinda and Fountain Mayfield, minors, in lots of land Nos. 511, 512, 568, 569, 583, 584 and 585, in the 4th district and 3d section of Bartow county, containing each 40 acres, more or less, portion of said land being cleared and in cultivation, the remainder well timbered, tolerably improved, lying about five miles West of Cartersville. (The entire tract of land will be sold, and Mrs. Sarah R. Smith, the joint owner, will make deed to her interest in the same.) Sold in accordance with an order from the Court of Ordinary of Bartow county for the purpose of division and for the benefit of said minors. Terms of sale one half cash, the balance on a credit of twelve months. Note and security, interest from date. Bond for titles given. This 8th October 1872.
Pinkney G. Drummond, guardian.
Georgia—Bartow County—Ordinary’s Office, October 7, 1872.
F. M. Shaw, guardian of Kate H., Charles A., Sallie M. and Susan E. Shaw, minors, has applied for leave to sell the undivided interest belonging to said minors, in 80 acres of lot No. 291, 5th Dist, and 3d section of said county.
This is therefore to cite all persons concerned to file their objections, if any they have, within the time prescribed by law, else leave will be granted applicant as applied for.
J. A. Howard, Ordinary