News from The Standard

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
March 5, 1857, Page 3
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The subscriber proposes to sell, upon terms both reasonable and accommodating, a valuable plantation, containing upwards of seven hundred acres, three hundred of which are in cultivation, and under good fence.  The improvements are all new, neat and comfortable, for both white and black.  This plantation lies upon Pettits creek, about four miles north west from Cartersville, and three miles south east of Cassville—conveniently situated to the public places in the county, the State rail road; churches of several denominations, and seats of learning.  The neighborhood, in respect to morality and intelligence, is not excelled.  The plantation is well supplied with the purest water, and is well adapted to the production of cotton and grain.  Young negroes will be received in payment, if desired, at their market value. Stock and provisions can be had on the place at a fair rate.  For further information, address me at Cartersville, Cass Co., GA.

Joel Foster


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