News from The Standard

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
October 29, 1857, Page 2
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$200 Reward.

Mr. Jolly offers $150 reward for the apprehension of 4 negroes, and Mr. Thomas R. Trammell offers $50 reward for the apprehension of the same negroes, and for the arrest of the persons who broke said negroes out of Fannin county jail.

The negroes were enticed away by a man named Baylis Langly, and an Irishman—name unknown.


Cass Sheriff’s Sale.

Also, one negro woman named Harriet, about 38 years old; levied on as the property of Sam’l T. King, by virtue of a fi fa from Cass Superior Court in favor of H. W. Riley, bearer vs. J. H. Whitesides and Sam’l T. King.


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