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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 August 1859

to. frr W Oi w ). U ' it r I 1 ; . S Uasljpillej Patriot. TKRDISt ...... Daily, per tnnum, .$8 00 Tri-Wkly peraonum, 00 Weekly, peranum,. ........ 8 00 . One tfeekty for two year, or two Weeklies ' M . for one year,) a advance, K When the Daily , Trt-Weekly , or Weekly H tone continued (paid in advance at the time subscribed sr),the ittbscriber mast order, otherwise it will be Uinned,atour option, uril II1 for and stopped, not P'd, i( mast be paid at the time of "scontiuo ica.or atonr option. If the party is good ,it will be '""ttantiaby mall.ia "registered "letters.at our rtefc. ' -. rom VISCHER, OWES CO., General Advertising House. Appleton Building, 346 Broadway, New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! DIETZ & CO., HAJtCraCTCKKKS Or I2IPKOVBD Kerosene, Caniphenc, Fluid, and Oil Lamps OAS -FIXTURES, I VAEIOCl4. STrTLES ASD FIHiSH. JLADB TO ORDKK VOX CHCRCTIES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BCIUMNGS No. 132 William Slrcet,near Fulton, New-York. feb6 tfy . Coleman's London Mustard. Tug ittenti...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 August 1859

mm tei)mlleflttiot. 2ATXY S3 : TBI-WIEK1Y t5 : WEE2XY S3. bt smiTir, CAMP CO. . ST. imrra, a. s.caxr, os. cauji.ms4, ia f. jox 1 Cffie Va. 1 iiderllt Street. WEDNESDAY, AtGCST 17, 1859. Tit lVrlty-A City Conreullon t dour f the importance of maintaining -n,1 Rlremrthcninz lie Orpoeilioa organiza lion in 'this city, it is suggested thataCily Convention be held for the purpose of norai- tiatimr a Candidate for Mayor. Ul adeciuea Opposition nirtjoriiy. our ciij is now under the eovertimeut of a democratic Mayor ; and with three Opposition calculate already in the field, there is god n asou to fear mat nnlesn the number be reduced to one, the ...:.nniMl mar result in the election of rUBUlUjj . another deniocrai. The bitterness with which the democracy pursue candidates of the Oppo eition on all occasions should prompt ns to nse every honorable means to retain power when we have it, and to attain it whenevi It is attainable. We gain nothing, not even the gratitude of the candidate, by el...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 August 1859

JN A S H YJ L L E : WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 17 1859 COMPLIMENT TO ROBERT IlATTOlf. The Sumner county friends of Robert Uawon, member elect to the next Coogresa, propose to give a barbecue ia honor of bira, at Pilot Kaub, oa the Louisville and Nashville Kail road,' five mllu frura GalUtin, oa the flint of September. All the Opposition, member. lect to the next Congress from thin Slate, besides a number or distinguished gentlemen, will be ia vital. They also exteud a cordial Invitation to the public la general from all parU ot the Sute to be present. Prepara tions are bciug made for the accommodation of tea thousand persons. We trust they will all be there. The compliment ia mos-t worth ily bestowed upon one who is eutitled to the admiration and gratitude of the party thronghout the State. Col. Uatton has fought bravely and ably, not only ia the can vacs just paiised, but ia others, for the estab lishment of correct principles, and In this last effort has succeeded nobly. All honor to...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 17 August 1859

ale Dr0fertfs. otfis, Cranspflrtation. ff lierifl's fcale. f " : 7 T)T Virtue ol a vennitHini expouas to me directed, 1 and delivered irom tbe honorable Circuit Court ot . Dkvldeon County , Tennessee, at it May Term, 1P59, 1 will expose U public kale, to the highest bid oer. ior cash, at tlia Court house Yard, in the City of Haabville.ou Saturday, the 8 day of August, 186y,ali ibe right, title, claim, interest and-estate, whkii taniuel W. EVinuncmju then had, or may have mce acquired in ud to tho following ueecribed tract ol mu,4, lying in the c unty t Davidson, fetute of 'lenuessee.in Mfctnc-t No. 6, Lol Nu. 2, m the di vision ot tbe lauds of Samuel McMurray, deceased. amuns Lin hi m. bteu.n.ug oo toutu east corner of Lot No 1, ua said uu-bioo and running north 163 poles to a stake, tljei.ee wst 65 poles lo a stake, theuce oath ln3 poles to a stake, thci.ee west to the begin ning, containing 43J acrrs. being the fcatr.e lot, piece, or uarcel of land out of winch the dower oi 2U V 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. — 18 August 1859

- T - " ' " " ta5lji)illC;PntriPt RATES OF AJO VERTISING, (m uxn c U-te To cojiaiii lis a aovaas.") On. bquare 1 day gl CO -eacb aU'al InseiUoa g "M " 44 1 week, 2 00 each ad1 al square lb' w J 4. g to. " - , t 04 ' " I montb 8 00 , " ' " SO u . go ii ' "u ' 4 u g "-1-09" " . g e n ,,f g "u 180 . '8 00 . u 1 24 00 ' " "10 O0 UXXWABUI At rU-tSTKB. ' " Ooe square, et'e year,$3ft acli additional sqnsr. J10 Written notice moat be gives to taka and atop advertisements of yearly advertisers before tbe year expiree, otherwise we shall charge till done. Ho contract of yearly advertiaenuwta will be diacoa tinued without previoiis notice to os,norw,illanycbsrge be made for leaa tbaa one year at tbe yearly rates. -rAdTertlMri0xceedingtlttptx eontract ed for will be charged for thm exceit." t ' i- ' JL In 1 iillO - I TKltUSfz Daily, perinaam, ...... $8 00 Tri-Weekly.i.er annum 'IM " Weekly, per innam, 8 00' One tfeekiyfor iwo years, or two Weeklies foroneyear,inadvance, v. When tbe Daily, TrUWe...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 August 1859

Itqsljmllc patriot. DAILY $8 : TBI-WEEKLY $5 : "WEEKLY $ BY SMITH. CAMP &. COk v. rr. amta, a. a. camt, thob. caixmdib, ui r. ion : i W. HT. SMITH, TAUgw Offlte No, 16 leadrlclc Street. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1859. Tl flesnli. -r GoTKKKoa We have official and reported ' returns of the election for Governor from all - of the counties of the State except Grainger, Johnson, Scott and Meigs, in East Tenneeeee, rnd Tipton and Weakley, in Went Tennes see. The counties beard from foot op or Harris " Jvetherland. 72,364 v - ' ; Majority ........i,il Those to hear from gave Harris a majori ty ia 1857 of 821. which, will be reduced by gains for Ketbsulad in Grainger, Johnson and Scott. Conorkss. The Opposition have carried as heretofore aonotiocc-d, the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, eighth, and ninth districts, the democrats, the sixth seventh, and tenth an Opposition gain otour. '' ' ' Leomlatcee. The result in the Senate is as follows: Democrats. OpiKMiUon. .14 .11 Majority 4 But t...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 August 1859

NASHVILLE; THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 18, 1859 The Nashville Patriot htm "Military Editor." -We had put it op" that were the only editor in the State that wa m the TOilitary line. If the Patbiot's - Miliary Editor has been engaged in any of tb warn, .and baa not received extra pay, pension, or land bounty, we would be pleased .to act a ,b g ut and obtain all that U due bun. neat Tain. Democrat. . . ' It is not a little Grange that a gentian of Corporal Talbot' well-known intelligence Fhonld crowd intu a ringla Paraph no Tnany evidences of his ignorance . wine of the brightest pages in the hielorjr of hi. conn- nryl . ' the Patiuot s Military tdrtor' has been engnged in any of the wars! Good heavens! Any of the r.l U to have covered himself with imperinhable glory .and undying renown upon the Hoodie field. ot Texas, of Florida, of Lolivia, and of Mexi co if to have bad thirteen horses and a mule -shot under him in bati-if to have hewn down whole sqnadrous -with his single arm upon an hun...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 18 August 1859

Sdf riff's Salts. 1 (Eransporitatfan. ' ? feherifFs Sale ? 'i' Tlx virtue of a venditioni exponas to ma directed, JJ and flelivired Irom the Honorable Circuit Court ci bavidson CouDty, Tennessee, at Its May Term, If 59, 1 vat cipot-e tu public Suit, to' tha bigbcst bid tier, lor cash, at tbe Court house Yard, lu the City f Nashville, oo Saturday, tbe gOth day of August, .mov.aii me right, title, cuiot, interest ana uwi which tsiuuel W . fc. mnn son then bad, or may have ami acquired in auti to- tho lol lowing orcritxd tract ot iand,l)Uig iu ihe c -uuty ot latvidsofi, btute bf Teuuciee,iu I islrici No. 6, Lot No. 2. in tbe di vision ol tlie lands tr fcamuel bltMurraf , deceased, among bis heirs, beginning en touth. east corner of Lot No. 1, in said division and running Mk'tb 163 poles to a sinke, thence east 6a poles to a stake, thence souib IBS poles to a stako, thei.ce west to the bou tu ning, containing acres, being the same lot, piece, or parcel of land ou of which tbe uuwer v 'J...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 August 1859

dtriot. v- -tf"T --v"r n H Tt 1 ' y Snir-?-ir; v j'f-1'"""- SV-; " ' " A' w, - ' ' :- . rfiATES PF advertising.; X ' ; - - - ' ... -.. - rr ...?.:. - ..r : .. .- 1 - - v , ............ . . ..... . J ., .... 6 18 00 " " ; m r 5? 11 ' 11 I i. pi in ii ii... i iii .1 - . ' i i i . ., . . . ' - n . TEHJISi' .'- ' 4 ' Daily, pennnum, $8 00 Tri-Weekly .per annum, . 6 00 WMkif ,per mnum - 0O OnevVoeklyfor lwoyears,or Ivro Weeklies r.sn.u ( i nA 5 OO When the Daily, Tri-Weekly", or Weekly I i b Daily, rri- Weekly , or Weekly I i w paid in advance at the time subscribe Tiber moat order, otherwise it "HIM it option, until paid for and .topped. tscontlnued (paid e) ,lbe f ubscriuei .nl Iti ll.il at .,. l ottd',.t mui.tbep.l at the tinwr of dlse oniine ,ce,or at our option, ir the party i good Jt willbe 'Vomned.bym.,inre15i.tered.nett.r.,at.or risk. , ' Htro-ljorlu VtSCHER, OWEN CO., General AdTertisinfc House, Applaton Building, 340 Broadway; New-Vork. rom LIG1IT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!! DIETZ & ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 August 1859

r t r 91 l I t. V c 1 1 Hn5l)Uillc Untriot. ISAILY $8 : TSI-WEEKLY $5 : "WEEKLY $3. t BT S31ITII, CAMP ft CO. " n wt. nun, a. k. cuir, moo. caixbadkb, uu r. jona. V W. HT. SMITH, IRA F. JONES, CffiteNo 16 Deaderlclc Street. 1 FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1839. A General Serve? of tlie BeIt Tl liuty oftb Oppofelilou, and of all Conaerratlre Men. , . In tbe general result of tbe elections that have just taken place in tbe States of North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee . and Texas, the friends of the Union and good govern ment Lave much to cheer and encourage 'them. Tbe general tone ot the discussions and tbe tendency of the issues in those elec tions have been to separate tbe conservative from tbe extreme element in tbe South, and to test the question whether the South was prepared to present a united front, as a sec tion, against tbe North as a section, and thus precipitate a purely sectional contest on tbe - isolated issue of slavery in the presidential election of next year. This, together wi...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 August 1859

. NASHVILLE: FRIDAY MORNING,. . AUGUST-19, 1859 1 The Military Editor being absent in Ansafl, Th5 Scs-scriber,' in duty bound, is Lis acknowledged agent, received the con tribution to b militarjelorcs, preheated by he distinguished dwellervon market -etreef, clept Ou 5Jnj.LT Seed." 1 TfSk Garibaldi jimdtlf been present to receive it, be would, So -doubt, have done amle justice to a gift St once io appropriate and inspiring" in its '-fleet. We venture to believe that be would we made it the occasion of eticb a display of Wit and sentiment, a would have astonished VJtiose who fcave been bred in ava uje, ana lave never done duty in tuceawp. it is mvBi true that the girt wae appropriated, tbat the virgin cork was drawn, and the contents of the bottle were tested; but"Tiu: Subscriber" denies the" eoft impeachment of being the gnilty appropriator. The tapping was done in the mtum where epiritfl of many kinds, are wont to lend the aid of their inspiriting .influence. In tbis instance, the ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 19 August 1859

Y virtus ol a venditioni exponas to me directed, and deb vt red from tha Honorable Circuit Court yx Davidson County, leuuessee, at- U May Teraat it5i, I will expose lu public saie, to tb highest bid der, tor casb, at the Court hour Yard, u the City of Naalivma, en gbturday; tb Sutli day of Aug mil, 18ou,ii the right, titie, claim, iou-rest and estate, whkb harouel w. E muacewn the bad, or ronjr have Since acquired in and to tbo tollowwg uescribejl tract of laud, lying in tbea-uaty 01 Davidson, f-t-il -of Tennessee, iu kaoricl No. A, Lot No. 2, in lbs di vision of the lauds of amoel McMurray, deceased, among bis heirs, beginning on tomb , east corner of Lot No. 1, in said division and running uorth lo3 poles to s stake, thence aunt ba poles tu a slake, thence south 163 poles to a stako, tnence west to lire begin ning, containing 4i acrra, being the same-tot. piece, or parcel of land out of winch the dower oi 2vi acres bus been assigned and allotted to Nancy White, being levied on as ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 August 1859

ilasl)mlle piitnot RATES OF ADVISliTISINQ. i yj ? J H Onsgqasr 1 day fl 00 each sd'al Inserllos S $a 1 week, $ 00 each sd'al sonars - v"-' " , 2 " ' 4 60r .? 1 ' 1 month 8 00 ' ' - '""" m1""- m .-i- j at go as st '- ' 4to' . , w g m 12 DO .- s. - s i -a m, . x i v. . j-- : t ... U - J : TEKMSt , iDsiy,peranum, St 00 Trl-Weekly .per annum, fr0 Weekly, perinnam, SO fOneWeeklyfor two years, or wo Wsklies 5 Is CO " $ 00 " 12 " 25 00 "' " 10 00' i- TS .0 JtXBWABLS AT nXASTTtB. One square, or yesr.sV30 each additional rqoare tlO ' Written sotic must be given to take out and stop sdverusement if yearly advertisers eefcrr the year expire, otherwise -e shall cbante till Sore. ,n pt-- o contract of yearly adveruaeuisiils wiilkwdiseoa tiowed without previous notice lo as,uurwillany charge be- made for lea than one year at lbs yearly rales. ..'21 .. 1 AJ-AdTert2srt exceeding the space contract- - - rorouc year, in advance,.. . - Wwliii nr Weekly 1 to De PUBLISHED DAILY, THI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 August 1859

H as i 11 e p a t r i a t . DAILY tS: TBI-WEEKLY t5: WEEKLY t3. BY SMITH, CAMP & CO. ; R. SMITH, A. I. CAMP, TH08..CAJJJUIBII, IMA T. JO.TW. W. BY. SMITH, Office -No. 16 Deaderlelc Street. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1859. Exeter Hall mod Slare tabor Black Republicans and the Coolie Trade. The abolition of eUverj in the British West India poesesBiona baa demonstrated two inoet Important facts, to-wit: 1st Free negro latwr cannot be depended open fur the cultivation of the soil, because that class of persons are lazy, indolent and improvident, ud refuse to labor except npon physical compulsion: 2nd. White labor cannot be depended upon for the cultivation of the soil in the warm South ern latitudes, because white men are physi cally unable lo stand the ".heat, of those climates. These two facts, thus demon strated, enforce the conclusion that those re gions must be cultivated otherwise than by free negroes and white men. Great Britain has already been forced into an acknowledgment of bot...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 August 1859

NASHVILLE: rtipDAY MORNING, AUG. 20, 185t :0 Bowlino-Grees bt Rail. Whw yo 1 that you need a little recreation and sb air, nothing caa be more pleasant tban ma op to Bowling-Green, Ky., a the shville and Louisville Railroad. The road mopt xc'lk'Dt one, its equipments are exceptionable. and the Conductor, Mr. Aw. ktle, is one ol the mwt polite, careful ana 3ommodating y-u will meet any wtiere. Distance to Bowling-Green from Nashville, 1 tent mike. . Thus far did our Reporter netrate into the bowels o the land day be- e yesterday. A gran d pliire excursion u. .nnointed tor that day. and an immense owd. conniHtinz of Tom II. Glenx, of the nitl.em Ilomettead; Ji T. Bell, of the Du,ly azette, and our Reporu-r, put the trip tbrough a manner highly creditable to tbe enter it and public i-pirit of the parties. They lied one fim-claes passenger cur, and could ive filled three just as easily, but didn't ih to fatigue the locomotive. T.Hit the DeDot in Edgefield at ball past 4 'clock, A. M and...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 20 August 1859
Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 August 1859

KATES OF ADVERTISING.5 (t list oa xjeia to cor rrrra'a' BvtV---. One -qnara 1 day $1 tifi chau'al lMruua i i i wees, a oo eacn ad'al o,uara ' J". 4 V . 44 . 4 60 i ia- 4 (' S M . 44 i-.;. S 0M r 44 10 00 . T Kit 31 St , .. Daily, peraaara,.. ......,..-..; .S8 0 Trl-Weekly.peranuum, ............. 5 00 Weekly, per tanum, ; S 00 On Weeklyfor twoyears.or two Weeklies , foroaeyear,laadvance 6 00 When the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or Weekly! tobe isconUnued (paid in advance at tbe time subscribed ), the subscriber must order, otherwise li jU tttinned.atuor option, nnril paid for and stopped, not pad, it most bo paid at the time of diMontmu ice,or -tocr opuon. H the party is good ,lt will be XmiJetbv maU ,.n regi3tered'1etter.,at our risk. ' 44 44 1 month 6 00 44 - J 9 00 44 ".' " JJOff .. S 44 IS w ' u '12 ' 2J oo M . k IT! JH It . 44 ,1-.' . (i I ; ' axxrw abui ax riae-. . , One aqnara, oi a year .$30 aact additional square $1$ , Wriuea notke tnuai be given u take out and atop r advrtemenu if...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 August 1859

!Itisl)ijilie)atriot; XAUT $8 : TRI-WZEKLY t5 : WEEKLY S3. V - BY SMITH, CAITIP A: CO. w. mr. uuth, A. a. camp, mos. cuxs.nbkj', ia f. torn. W. BY. SMITH,! xMj-r. IRA P. JONBjaa,rfc Office IVo. 16 eaderlcJ& Street. MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1859. A Trip to FayetteTille. A delegation of citizens of Nashville, upon invitation of the Pn&ideot of the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, Col. V. K. Stevenson, left on the evening train Thurs day to attend the Celebration at Fayetteville of the completion of the Railroad connecting that place with Nashville, and other cities of the "outer world." In that delegation the bar, the press, the mercantile and other pursuits were represented the prew, we be lieve, the most extensively; all of our daijiej, with the exception of the Gazette having representatives. From the Banner were WiUR and the old chief Baxu; from the Union, BJcKke and a young branch of the family Eastman; from the Newt, the veteran Cameron; and from the Patiuot, "Tub Sib- ecr...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 August 1859

kT. IN 9 A! S H V 117 lrE'i " MONDAY MORNING; AUGUST-22,' 1859 WeCTMIxsteb Rktikw, Jclt, 1859. Thi is a unusuallj, interesting and lartrnctive number, t The article What knowledge is of most Worth'1 is a, eomp-irative estimate ot the valu of different kinds of knowV-dge, for educational purposes, m reading of which will beiMjfit any one ho thinks as be read.. "The Influence of local eatwea on national character"' is intereetinp, si tting forth the operation of nature ia developing the char acter and future deftiny of a people. The Life of a Conjurer," gives rts an account of (bat wonderful gei"". Robekt IIo.d!n whose late Memoirs enchant one like fairytales. The Roman Question snd Austrian Inter vention. arry as over to thai focus of the worlds present gZ", Italy, and one has only to read ote convinced of their superiority to the hasty comments, and crude speculations t the newspapers of the day. As the new voluwe commences with July, the present is a fiivoi-able time to subscribe. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 22 August 1859

-J 4 - fattcrifs, Ileal (Estate Sales. Pwfijlsla.. (Brsrcms, rtc. O SALE 4- . I, OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, Situated to Eavidscn k Bctttifoid Ccnnties, Within ' tlulf-a-tuile of Lavergve Dpot on tht NathvtlU avd Chattamooga Railroad, " and 15 JUda from A'athvdle. Cn Ttcrsdaj the'lst day of Scptrnitcr, 1S59, kWe will proceed to sell on tbe premises Tito Valuable Tracts cf Land, Containing (bout 875 acres in the whole. One Tract contain 2H acres and tbe other about 125 acres On both Tracts there are t'omtor table Improvements. On the 230 acre Iract there is Two-story Cedar Log House, containing E x Rooms besides other Out houses, all lu good reir, consisting of Bnrns, Siabhs, etc.; there is also on this Irsci several One, never tailing S-prrngs convenient tt the House, floe fctock Water is fumirbed by Hurricane Cr.nk. The to I la o the finest quality aiid ucv t Lie of the highest state of cultivation. There is in cultivation on this Tract about ICO acres, the balance finely timbered wit...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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