News from The Standard and Express

The Standard and Express
Cartersville, Georgia
December 12, 1872, page 2
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Exemption of Personalty Under the Homestead Act.

J. A. Thompson, Thos. Finch


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The Elliott Place called “Summerland,” located on the Etowah river, seven miles from Cartersville, Bartow county, one and a half miles from the Cartersville and Van Wert Railroad.  Contains fifty acres of best bottom land, more than half cleared.  The house is of brick, built in the best manner, two and a half stories, with No. 1 tin roof; contains sixteen rooms, plastered throughout with marble mantles down stairs and three piazzas.  There is also on the place a fine brick smoke house and necessary outbuildings, of wood, fine orchard and flower garden.
Terms easy.  Address
Dr. W. H. Elliott, Savannah, Ga.


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