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The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
November 25, 1858, Page 3
 
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Thirty-Two Likely Negroes For Sale.

The subscriber having sold his plantation, proposes to sell on sale-day in January, to the highest bidder, Thirty-Two likely Negroes.  These Negroes are likely and well trained, and are sold for no fault. –Such an opportunity for investment in Negro property rarely occurs.  This property will be sold on a credit of 12 months, with interest from day of sale. Note and approved security required.  Any portion or the whole of it can be treated for privately until day of sale.

Joel Foster.

Rome Southerner & Advertiser copy above till day of sale and forward account.

I also offer for sale a well selected lot of excellent Walnut and Mahogany Furniture.  Purchasers are requested to call and examine any of the above property.

Nov. 25.

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Executor’s Sale.

Agreeably to an order of the Ordinary of Cass county, will be sold before the Court House door in the town of Cassville, on the 1st Tuesday in January, 1859, within the legal hours of sale, the following property, to wit:

One tract of land lying in Cherokee county, Ala., known as a part of the northeast quarter of section 22, T. 9, R. 10, east, containing 140 acres, more or less.  The land is rich, and about 50 acres under fence and in cultivation; a good spring is on the premises, and adjoins the lands of Maj. Williamson and Wiley Yeorgin.

Also 320 acres, lying in Cherokee county, Ala., on Little River, near the Round Mountain Iron Works, well timbered, and free, productive land.

Also, 640 acres, lying in DeKalb county, Ala., mostly in woods, lies well, and is as healthy a location as the State affords.

A credit of 12 months will be given to purchasers; notes with approved security will be required.

Wm. Milner,
Executor.
Nov. 25

 

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