News from The Standard

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
July 8, 1852, Page 3
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Two months after date, application will be made to the Ordinary of Cass county for leave to sell the real estate of Charles Hammond, a lunatic.

Mahala Hammond, Guar’n.


Page 4

Letters of Guardianship

James M. White for “Jackson Hubbard, lunatic.”


Brought to Jail.

On the 24th inst., a negro man about 22 or 23 years old, black colored, and about five feet five inches high, heavy built, and was naked except for an old pair of pants.  Said negro calls his name Sam, and belongs to John Rowe, of Chattooga county, Ga., and says he left home on the 19th inst.  This is to notify the owner to come and prove property, pay charges, and take said negro away, or he will be dealt with according to law.

J. B. Thornbrough, Jailor
Cassville, July 1, 1852


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