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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 August 1859

RATES OF ADVERTISING.'. i r TEBMSl Daily, perannam, ...J.... 00 , Trl-Weekly ,perennum, 6 00- Weekly ,uer mnam, 3 00. One Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies - .- Cor one year ,in advance, 00 When the- Daily, Tri weekly , or Weekly l to bo Ssooutinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed ,r) .the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be returned, at our option, until paid for and stopped, not paid, it W4 be paid at the time of dUcontwu tce.or atooT option. If the party is good ,it will be to. 12 " 26 00 4 ; . 10 00 rti i SJOrewaBLB et Ptsasfee; PUBLISHED DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEKICK STKEET. One squar, ei e year ,So each sdlit'.ocsleqesre no. Written notice snust be give te lake out and step ,! advertisements f yearly advertisers bkfureUieyear -expiree, otherwise we thsli charge till dons. Koeeetract of yearly advertisements will be s'scen- T" tmned wttboat previous aotioe to BS.nor willaoycnsrgs be made for less than one year at th...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 August 1859

ttasljirillcMriot. DAILY tt; TB.I-WEXKLY $5: WEEKLY $3 t 11Y SiTIITIl,OAITII AcCOi W.fT.T.SMITH, ? ' UiFJONFs!rl,'w'v ' OfflSo.l8 Ieaderlek Street. ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1859. . lion. Jobn Bell. Thla dUtinguWied statesman during the past canvass in tbis State, was .the nibjcct daily of the rankest calumny and- abuce. II!b political integrity and devotion to the South, were constantly impugned. He was held up as an intriguing traitor whose ambition ltd him to con Iiive a coalition with Sewabd and Gbeeuet, and their black republican follow ers, with a view to place himself in the Pres i dential chair. No means of disparagement and rillification were rpared. The demo cratic party Lad for thirly years and more felt Lis power, and they continued to dread even though by an ungenerous use of power tbey had exiled him from public life, and they could not let a canvas, in which be bad taken no part, pass without opening upon him the full charged fluices of their denun ciation. Wednesday night,...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 August 1859

31 r. o 10 'A CI r i IT 3 r" i NA'SH V ILLE: FRIDAY MORNING,. .'AUGUSTS. 185. The Tennessee Elections. The election yesterday passed off quietly. Both parties ustd great diligence, and the re sult was an unusually ltrge vote aTe. - The returns which we give below indicate gen eral gains for the Opposition. . Davipsos cocxTT.-In the city of Nashville and 7 precincts, Nethkrland has a net gain of 124, and Menem a net gain of S3. Later. The city and 12 precincts of the county give Netherland a net gain of 196. Rcthe word. R- S. Northcatt says: All bat 4 districts heard from. Woods, D em., probably elected by 50 rotes. Ready's net gain over Ilatton and Ilarris of 1857, 142. The county gone for Darns. Late. Passengers by Railroad say Hea dy will carry the county by 100 and that Harris gains 50 as far as heard from. Bedford. From Shelhyville. Cannon &. Yancey say to Bang, Walker fc Co: ' One hundred gain tor the Opposition all right." Williamson. In Franklin Ilarris gains 24 and in tw...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 5 August 1859

Sbcrlfs.SfllfS. (Bxvttxus, tk. I- - Eron5j)0rfQliijna Bv Slerin' ale. ' x Virtue ot a veuoJUoni exponas to trie directed, and delivered Iron the Honorable Circuit Court or Davhieon County, Toiii, at its May Term, Ae5,.I will expowe lu public. wile, to the highest bid Her. for cash, at lire Crrt houi-e Yard, in the City or Nashville, ou SaWday, (he Sotb lity of August, '" ,he "-"H'i cUiiu, interest and estate, which Samuel W . LVniuui sou then had, or may hnvo .since acquired in and to the following oescribed tract ol laud, lying in the c. udiv ot Ievidr.n. fctae Wleuneseee,in liMncl No. e. Lot No- 2, in the di vision of the lanOs of bumui-1 McMurray, deceased, among bin heirs, beginning tn touth east corner uf Lot No. 1, in auid division and running Lortii 13 poles to a nuke, thence east 66 poles to a stake, tlience south 1G3 (Miles to a stake, Ibci.ce west to the bcyin nitg, containing 43X acres, being the same lot, niece, or nurcel of hmd out of which the dower oi acres has been a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 August 1859

-A i V d ttBWllefaWaL- RATES OF ADVERTISUta;- I f- (ra lira o vtsa to fxweTrrcix ttiii V a bqUr 1 y fa ' Insertion 6 . , 1 week, S 0 each ad'al squar 1 M I I i :- i ' ( S 00' s oo' 4 to 0 ' 1 months 00 lot , 12 00 " TEHJ1S: .r. . Daily, per annum, .- .......$8 00 TrI-Weekly, per annum,..; 6 00 -Weekly, psrmnum, -3 00 ' One Weeklyfortwoyeurs.or two Weeklies '. t'orone year, in advance,...., 6 00 When the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or Weekly ii to be IHconiiaued (paid in advance at the time subscribed ,r ) the t nbscriber must order, otherwise it will be m tinned, at our option, nntil paid Tor and stopped, not paid, U must be paid at the time of diaeontinu ice, or atour option. If the party in good.lt willbe 'Reraiintetby mail', In "'registered' netters.at our risk. ' w " 18 CO tr tt 12 " CA OO 1 - Mmwams at nxrm. ! One sonare, .1 year 30 rwfc adclttiTnIaerl' Writl.. BW,... A W. .. . ft... . ... . PUBLISHED DAILY, THI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 5EADEEICK STREET. a ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 August 1859

DAI1T t8: TBI-WZEKLY S3: WEEKLY S3 I BY SUllTllfOAItlP & co. ; v. it Jim ,i j .oxxr ,th 01 .ciuuMt r joki Ofnee-JTo.lC xseaderlck Street. SATURDAY, Al'Uisr , ltson. - . Tbe Election. . . It will be seen by referring to the returns which we give ia another column, that the ODOosition candidate for Governor has made heavy gains both in East and Middle Ten nessee. . This is very cheering, though it is probable he has been defeated by a reduced majority. lie has made an excellent race, and might have been elelced had his party friends been a little more active and confi dent. Uis own section of the State has done .; nobly. In the contest for Congress we have done better. Qcableb has been elected by an increased majority, in spite of the ex traordinary exertions made to punifeh him for daring to abandon democracy after it bad abandoned its principles II atton has - totally routed the democratic neophyte who thought be could wield the district as be pleased. His triumph is one of whic...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 August 1859

NASHjV ILLE: SATURDAY II CENLN G.AUGUST , 1859 STlxe Nashville Patriot publishes a portrait of its military editor the gentleman who suggested a two inch rope inwrted through the coat taila of the Zouave, that it might be used to tie the Austrians when tbe combat became close. The publication of the liketiesa of this extraordinary man is a new and unexpected testimony of the in creasing enterprise ot the Southern press. . (Xneumati Commercial. The Cincinnati dmnureM, which by-the-by, is one of tbe most ably couducted and thoroughly goaheadative newspapers in the West, seems to be about the only one of our cotemporaries who fully understands and appreciates tbe vast magnitude of the enter prise to which it so" gracefully alludes. Not one newspaper in a thousand can afford to employ a military editor, to say nothing about tbe expense of publishing his portrait. . These are things that require capital. Weeaaaot refrain from saying in this con nection, that the daily press of this city ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 6 August 1859

Sljcrtfa Sulfa. $i)ttiffs Salts. JlTtoual (Bxaaiiisittc. (EransjjnrtatiaiT. .. ' - Sheriff's Sale. , .T) Y virtue ot a vrnoiuoni exponas to me directed, Aj and delivered from tbe Honorable Circuit Court r -.r r : i . n- . .. . . tr v wtiiicuu luuuj, i cij i. et:t. , m b iu aitxy ici uj, ' 1 1?59, 1 will expose to public s.ile, to tlie highest bid .' cer, tor rash, at the Court hotise Yard, in the City f Naanviite.en tnr!ay, tbe zOtfi day or August, I860, all tbe rifjLt, title, cluim, lt.torest and estate, whkrh Kamul W Fj nHim bm lr.n had. or ma V Ljvit since acquired in auit t tho following described , tract ot laud,lyiug In the c. unty ot Davidson, Hale of Tennessee,iu 1 utrict No. ft, Lut Ko. 2, in the di vision of tiie lands of Samuel Wcllurra) , deceased, atuocg bis heirs, beginning on toulU east corner of Lot No 1, is said division and running Lorlh 163 ulcs to a stake, tbenca east 64 poles to a stake, thence south 163 poles to a stake, tLei.ce a est to Uie begin ' ' Ding, con...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 August 1859

rv '-'"' L"'"''' . -.-'-v- - ... , " " ,.' ' " I RATES OF AAtSteTjIsiyft nn- 4 I t , l 3 TliHMSi Daily, personam, ..$8 00 Tri-Weekly ,peranuum, .... .. o 00 . Weekly, per tnnum,.. ............ .... 3 00 One Weekly for twa years, or two Weeklies lor one year, in advance 6 00 'When the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or Weekly U to be tooontiuued (paid in advance at tbe time subscribed ,i ) .the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be intiuued.utoux option, until paid for aod stopped, not d, it must be paid at tbe time of discontmu ice.or ai our option- If the party is good ,it will be &mituEltby mail.in "registered'letters.at our' risk. - rom VHC11ER, OWES CO., General Advertising House, Apple-ton Building, 34 Broadway, New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!'.! DIETZ & CO., SASiCVACTfRBna OF IMPUOD : Kerosene, Cauilienc, Fluid, and Oil Lamps GAS FIXTURES, IS VARIOC8 STYLIM ASD ri.HISH. C 11 X 1 K li 1 1VS XADK tO OBPSB FOR" CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PCUUC BUILDINGS No. 132 William Stroet.uea...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 August 1859

DAILY S8: TBI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY $3 Y SMITH, CAMP &: CO. W.HT.3MITU,1 FAitar, I BA FJONEbI . OffleaN4.16 Deadcrlek Street. MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1859. Tbe Election. Ia another column we publish aU the re turns which have come to Land. . They indi cato that the Opposition have made a noble fight, but have not gained a victory. Tbe enemy's centre baa been pierced, and broken but the two wings saved tbe day. To Con gress we have elected Qcarles, IIatton, Matkabd, Bjubsok, Stoke and probably Nelson ; whilst tbe reports from tbe Sth leaves tbe malt more in doubt. We fear Etheridge lias been lx-aten. If to, it may be that tbe railroad tax question in Carroll where he lost 144 votes, when be fhould have gained as macb, did the work. Gov. Harris is re-elected by a reduced majority. At pres ent we cannot say what his majority is likely lo be. Tbe indications are that tbe demo cracy will have a m:jority of from one to three in tbe Senate and from four to six in tbe House. The FonrUa DtatrTet. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 August 1859

r r 1 I 4 l iv NASHVILLE: MONDAY MORNING;: I AUGUST 8, 1859 Microscopic. The Daily Gaxtte of Friday last publishes a portrait of a disappointed politician (name not given, but supposed to be oe, or all, of the editors of the Union and American), and among other things utters the following remarkable words : "All muit now unite in crowning our artist . as monarch of hia kind." This, as everybody will see at a glance, is a dtlibt-rate, a premeditated stab at the well earned and brilliant professional reputation of the gifted Skeogec, bot-e daring genius conceived and executed the magnificent full length portrait of our Military Editor. We see how it is.' Actuated by that Malign:wteuvy wtileh pareaea with hat And dawns tba wurtu it cjuoot imitate. ' the Gazette artid ( ) has thrown down Liaawkward graverand taken up hi, still more awkward pen, and has attempted, through the col uiaus of that pa per, during the temporary absence ot the editor at Pat Walsh's to blast the character of Skk...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 8 August 1859

SrjcrifT's Soles. laiHiDual IU f) 0 1 1 5 a 1 e 03 r a re r i iBxQiixUs,- rtf. oUnic$, Eran5p0rtati0n. "iAtf FlieriflPs Jsale. ; ! ' TkT Vlrtn nt Vfnmtint ...... .. . .tl.. r '- X -and deli v red Irom the Honorable Circuit Court u 1 Davidson County, Tennessee, at its Hay Term, i : : - luv, iwm CI Dote lu I'l.blic sale, m the burnt at Did- 0: ! - :. j der. for cash, at the Court house Yard, in the City 3'"- f Nashville, on Saturday, the 20tb day of .august, 18&, all the right, titlo, claim, intcnsi and estate, . which Samuel W. E.'muuc'son then bad, or may hare smce acquired In and to' the tallowing described tract ot land, lying in the county ot bavidson, iale of Tennessee, in Lictricl No. 6, Lot No. 2, in the di vision of tlie lands of Samuel Slcllurray, deceased, among big heirs, beginning - on south east corner t Lot No. 1, in said djvisiou and running north 163 1 Miles ' " ' to a stake, thence east 65 poles to a slake, thence . - sooth 163 poles to a stake, thence vest to th...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 August 1859

; rrr --- -rr..; ' ; , . . v' Vw' - - .. rT RATES OF ADVERTISING.'. ,r.np (vr usrxa oa ma to ocnrsTTrrra a bqvass. f ! TKUJISt ..an. Dally, per sanam, .. o Trl-Weekly ,pe r annum , 5 no Weekly, per tannin, - e 00 , 0n Weekly Tor two yeart.or two Weeklies (or one year, in advance . . When tbe Daily, Tri- Weekly, or WooUylttobj tkcoaUno.d (paid in advance at the ) ,the .ubscriber must order, otherwise I l.i. d Hour option, until paid for and stoppea. notptU oXpa'id at the time of dUconunn we er at oar option. If the party is good At will be rtaic. ' - " - 13 " 24 00 - ' - BjDfrwAsie at ruuni. 0nesqoar.,ofc. year,ao eacheddiUonal square 110, Writtea notic. most be given to take oot and atop advertisements .f yearly advertisers be for. th. rear . PUBLISHED DAILY, TBI-WEEKLY, WEEKLY;; BY SMITH, GAMP. & CO., K0. 16 DEADERICK STREET. expire., otherwise we shall ebarre till done. Noein tract of yearly advertisemanfB will be discon tinued without previous notice to o.,norwilltiy charge b...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 August 1859

m m . It ' Patriot. DAILY $8: TM-WZZJCLY 15: WEEKLY $3 " Iir' SOUTH, CAMP 4cCO. V. BTJMOTa,A.a.C4ar,TB08.CaLUCSnK jaAFJOITM .... , .. . . .' ' IBAP JONES, , k 0e IV4.16 Deaderlek Street. TUESDAY," AUGUST 9, 1859. " Xlie Table Turned. . In the lsst Congress the Opposition bad tfow members the Democracy aeven. In the next, the tables will be completely turned. The Opposition have elected item the Demo cracy three. This is a moet important victory, as it will secure the rote or the State for the Opposition candidate for the Preridency should the election be thrown into the Houne of Representatives a result by no means im probable. Such a victory as this must leave a ting in the beaita of the 'Democracy which will deprive tbem of the satisfaction of rejoicing in the . poor triumph of the re-elrction of Gov. II arris and securing the Legislature. Our triumph is one of real national tmporUmce theirs is altogether local. With ours commences a glorious n formation theirs is but the beginnin...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 August 1859

K9 iN A S H YIL L E: TUESDAY MORNING, :.. AUGUST 9,1859 Thst Grand Dkplat that Didn't -Comb off. Lant night WM to liave been a grand and glorious time with the ao longer unterri fied Democracy of this city ; bat it was n't. Ere the ' night came they "saw their glories one by one expire' they saw Sam Smith go down beneath :he lance of Brabso.v, and the fcrigut eword of the dread Ethebidoe wave boye the prostrate and vanquished Aieks and their mignificeat display was irtdefl" nitcly postponed. A vague rumor, hashed and Fcaroely beard, like the soft whisper of the night-wiad, reach ed the city that Adkins had defeated ErnER TDOK, and when an hoar passed on, and no meftxage came over the wires to contradict it, a living tomb was gradually lifted from the hearts of the Democracy, and thty prepared to rejoice with exceeding great joy. Some body's double-jointed furniture car was en gaged, and the barueaa-tnakera were put to milking reins with which to drive "rixteest horsea," for all the ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 9 August 1859

. if - i SSI JSljtriD Salts. :) TIT Ttrtoe el a veuiliUoui exoooas to m directed, -- k v . . n k . & . JJ aa delta red from tbe Houorabi Circuit Court JJ ot Davidson County, Teonassee, at Ma May Term, If 5, I will ezpoce to public Kale, lo the highest bid der, for cash, at tire Court houte Yard, la tbe City of Nashville, on Baturday, tbe 8otb day of August, 169, all Ihe right, title, claim, interest aud estate, which Samuel W. Eomun:on iben bad, or may have a luce acauired in and to the following aefecribed tract of land, lying in tbe county ot liavidsoa, Cute I of Tennessee, in liMrict No. 6, I-nt No. 2, in the di- I vision of tlis lands of fcemucl McMurrny , deceesed. among bis heirs, beginning d touth east corner of Lot No. 1. in salddivaioo and running Lonh 163 polea to a stake, thence eat 65 polea v a stake, llieuee aoulh lb poles to a stake, tbti.ee went to tbe begin ning, containing 4H acres, being the tame lot, piece, or parcel of land out uf which the- dower W)i acres b...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 August 1859

- a. - '!tl "- pljijillifltriot- t " - ......... TR3IS Daily, pennnum, .$ 00 . Tri-Weekly .perauaum, 00 Weekly, per innaK, 00 ; One w"eeklyfortwoyears,or tw Weeklies ' lor ouc year, in advauce, .'. 8 00 When the Daily, Trl-Weekly , or Weekly I to be nscoalinued (paid in advance at the time ubcribo or), the subscriber tanst ordei .otherwise it will h mtin'ied , at our option, until paid for and stopped. not red,il must be paid at the time of disconiinu ice.or at our option. If the party is good .it will be "ttaates'by malt, la "registered'netters.atour ,isk. . . VTSCHER, OWEN k. CO., General Advertising House.Appleton Building, 34 Broadway, , Mew-York. - root LIGHT! LIGHT!! DIETZ & LIGHT!!! CO., KaMrraCTCKBBS OF irovsi Stroscne, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps GAS FIXTURES, IS TAUUF8 STTUA.V. FISWM- C H A X I 11 V 1 IV , ADC TO OKDEB 0 CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS" No. 132 William Street, near Fulton, New-York. . fcbo tfy " ' '" Coleman's London Mustard. I ularlv calle...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 August 1859

f. : i. ' .'. tr i ----- patriot. DAILY t3 : TEI-WEEKLY $5 : WEEKLY $3. 11Y S.niTIIt CAMP k CO. V. x DtrrH, a. . Caxt, thob. tuuxxDsa, iu r.Jona. w. nr. SMrrfT, ' Editor. jha p. jones. Offlee If o. 16 Deaderlclc Street. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1859. The Election. We bare little of interest to add this morn- - lag to what we have alreadj suid in regard to oar State elections. The returns come in Jowly, and but two or three counties were received yesterday. "The official returns in the office of the Secretary of Slate are very limited. Where anything like a sufficient Duoober hare been received to form a proper estimate as to the majority for Gov. ILutBia, we fehall present them to our readers. No correct opinion can be formed at present. All we know is that the majority with which Gov. Hxekis went Into the canvas has been reduced-Nothing further has been received from the 'Dth district; and only the counties of Uenry, Gibson, and Henderson have been received at the Secretary of State's...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 August 1859

NASHVILLE WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 10, 1859 W. B. Reesk, Esq. We regret to see that a most unmanly and cowardly attempt is be ing made, or has been made, to prejudice the mechanics of the State against W. B. Reese, Esq. Mr. Reese is a candidate for Attorney General and Reporter, and eomebody who desirea to see bim defeated, is endeavoring to further that object by sendins through the State a secret circular, in which it is charged that Mr. Reese once said, or his father once paid, that "the mechanic should not rise above his tools," or something to that effect. A number of these circulars were sent to this city from Knoxville. They purport to have been issued by the mechauics of that place, but such is not the fact They were not print ed in Knoxville, and the mechanics there declare, one and all, that they knew nothing of the subterranean document until it was scattered among them by some unknown hand, and they gave no credit whatever to the charge, knowing, as they do, that Mr. Rees...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 10 August 1859

Wfyoltsah (Bxocctit$. JHtlrtial efntterirn. Vlf e-'. s Sljtrif s Sales. r TDT Ttrtne ol a venO.ui exponas ta ma directed. JL) aod delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court t Davtcsoo County. Tennessee, at its Iav Term. "T 1 Will expos to public sale, to tbe highest bid- 4r ... l.uk . . rmirl Vur.1 in tl.ACiMT r ir cf Nashville, ou Saturday, the tOtb day of August, V 18il,all the right, title, claim, interest aud estate, whk b aruuel W. t muncsoo I ben bad, or may have since acquired to and to the following utter ibed tract oi land, lying in Ihec.imty ol Lievidson, Bute of lenucsee,iit is-trict No. 6, Lot No. 2, in the di vision ot the lanca of bamuei flicaiurroy, aeceasea. Lot No l,in saldoivb-ion and ruuuing t.orib lo3iok-s I r , to a slake, tbence soft 66 poles 10 . a stake, tbence 1 souib loo poles to a siase, luti-w vest to toe Degm. nlug, containing 43 acres, being the same lot, piece, or parcel of load out ot which the cower ol iiiijf acres has beea assigned and alb tied to N...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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