News from The Cartersville Express

 
The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
October 11, 1877, Page 3
 
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October 11, 1877

[This is a special issue devoted to the resources of Bartow County that supposedly was printed in large quantities to distribute to people interested in locating to or investing in the area and which also had a map (not on microfilm) of Bartow county commissioned by the Chamber of Commerce.]

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Page 3:

Exemption of Personalty Under the Homestead Act.

G. W. Smith

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For Sale.

An improved farm in Bartow county, containing 480 acres.  Good dwelling, fine large barn and all necessary outbuildings for use of farm.  Good productive land, in a high state of cultivation.  For further information address W. T. Wofford or A. B. Best, Kingston, Ga.

A Fine Valley Farm,
Of 540 acres on the W & A R R, seven miles west of Cartersville, two miles from Cassville. Two from Cass Station. Four from Kingston.  Improvements: a dwelling with 12 rooms and brick cellar, barns, stables, houses for grain, etc., and 6 tenant houses.  Terms, one-half cash—balance in 3 years with interest.  Bond for titles given. 

Address,
W. T. Wofford,
Cartersville, Ga.

5,000 Acres of Farming Lands for Sale
I have five thousand acres of land that I will sell on part time; these lands are on the Western & Atlantic Railroad, fifty to sixty miles north of Atlanta, Ga., and seventy miles south of Chattanooga, Tenn., reaching from Cass depot to near Kingston.  Good farms to suit families or colonies, can be located at Cass depot, extending to within three miles of Kingston.  These lands produce all the grains, grasses and cotton, climate delightful and healthy.  These lands are waters by pure springs and never failing streams.

W. T. Wofford.

 

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