News from The Cartersville Express

The Cartersville Express
Cartersville, Georgia
May 5, 1871, page 2
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For Sale.
I will sell at public outcry, on the first Tuesday in June, 1871, before the courthouse door in Cartersville, Bartow, Co., Ga., the following land, to-wit: Lot of land No. 168, in the 5th district and 3rd section of said county, containing One Hundred and Forty Five acres, more or less.  The said lot is well timbered, and lies about two miles form Cassville, joining the lands of Mr. John Smith, and the Mumford farm.
J. L. Rogers.
May 2, 1871


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Mr. Geo. W. Hill, our worthy and esteemed County Surveyor, showed us, a few days since, a beautifully arranged and correctly defined map of the town of Kingston, ground in colors, drawn by his own fingers, the result of his own topographical ingenuity.  We are very much inclined to the opinion that our town council would do well to follow suit, and have Cartersville mapped as she is now.


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