News from The Standard

The Standard
Cassville, Georgia
March 26, 1857, Page 3
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Valuable Land For Sale!

One of the best bodies of farming land that has been offered for sale in Cherokee Georgia for a long time, is now presented to the public.

The tract contains some 425 acres—about 215 of which are under cultivation; 30 of rich meadow land, about 4 acres set in clover; the balance well set in timber of the indigenous growth of the country.

Said land is situated one mile south of Adairsville, Cass county.  The State rail road runs along its western boundary, without crossing the land, and in view of the main dwelling.

The land will produce from 25 to 30 bushels of wheat per acre—other grain in proportion.—There are two good dwelling houses, two threshers, together with all necessary outbuildings—all of which are in excellent repair; there is a corn mill, in good order, also, on the premises.

The plantation is well watered.  There are two fine orchards on this tract of land.

As purchasers are expected to view the property before contracting for the same, further description is deemed unnecessary.

Any information in regard to it can be obtained by calling on, or addressing

A. M. Penn,
Adairsville, Ga.


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