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rtJBLtSHtRS AND PlOPRirTOM.
Three wolutri per year, in advance.
R, W. THOMAS,.
Clar bavin, Tenn. t
FRIDAY, JCLY.- 5, 1867.
OF WEAKLY COUNTY.
. FOR CONGRESS.
JOII1V S. HART,
V. A. PErFKII.
A MORSEL OF COMFORT.
The Radical organs, in Tennessee,
tilXbetrty mach anxiety and alarm
lest the Conservatives of the State
may resolve to proscribe their ene
mics black and white, and withhold
all patronage from them. We beg
leave to assure the said Radical or
gans that there is little ground for
their apprehensions. It is true, that
there are men, here and there, who
have enongh of self-reepeot and true
patriotism to refuse to have any in
tercourse, social or commercial, with
their RaJioul enemies, without regard
to color ; but we fear they are ex
ception to the general rule. He is
a very poor-spirited man who will
patronize his inveterate foes ; but the
"almighty dollar" is the ruling power
of this ago and country, and wher
ever a dollar is to be mado, there is
the Mecca of the mercenary pilgrim.
What mutters it to theso gross idola
ters, whether the Image they worship
is in the pocket of a Radical, or of a
gentleman? Wherever the treasure
is, there tho worshiper kneels. What
matters it to such men, that Radicals,
black and white, are striving to de
grado them by depriving them of the
highest political privileges, so long
as the white ones sell ''sheep goots,"
and the black ones will half way till
tho soil? Political liberty is droKS
when tried in the furnace of sordid
selfishness, and thero are thousands,
who claim to be Conservative, that,
for tho promise of an office, would
rtirrendor that liberty, or for tho
prospect of pecuniary advantage,
amalgamate with the enemies of their
country and race. Some, in our
very midst, have done this thing
are there any more of the same sort?
We pause for a reply.
To tell such ugly tales out of school
is a painful duty j but when wo see
our Radical oppressors tortured by
the apprehension thut every Confed
erate, so-called, knows his duty to
hiinsolf aiul.couutry and will honestly
Uischurge it, tho spirit of charity
ccmpels us to relieve their agony at
the cost of whatever humiliation may
attend the confession. They may
rest assurod that every proud-spirited
Tcnncssccan, who appreciates the
blessings of liberty and feels the
degradation of political slavery, will
soorn to have business and social ro
tations with Rndicsls, black and
white ; but thisneeJ not alarm them.
As already said, the almighty dollar
is the god of this country, and when
tho weak-kneed votaries of liberty
tuso villains thriving because they be
long to the Radical party the mem
bors of which can oppress without
resistance, and steal with impunity,
tho temptation to sluiro the spoils is
too strong for the rosintaiioe of simu
lated virtue, and the willing convert
eludes the sentinels of conscience
and inius the marauding baud. The
clf-uxpcrienec of almost every Tun
nespeo Radical will furnish a ready
solution of the process by which this
easy transition is efloctod and, judg
ing others by himself, will be brought
to the conclusion, that the proscrip
tion of lUlii'iil is nut likely to bo
come general. Would it were other
Gen. I.ongstrcet says he. has no
idea of identifying himself with tho
Radical party, but g.fve, as he thinks,
good advice iu reference to recon
struction. It is not easy for tho pop
ular mind to distinguish between the
Radical and (he man who advocates
the Radical programme. Still thore
may he a muter iul difference, and the
latter should have the benctit of the
in out chariuMo construction. If the
General be, ititleuJ, a Radical, perse
cution way iiiako hiiu a bitter on ;
if not a Radical, indiscriminate
abuse may lUHkehiui one, practically,
ty driving him from his true position
Nothing too harsh can be said of au
nvoavii lUdivul, of Southern antece
dent, but justice and cl-.rity aj,
Siit for tS .uv, ij.
WHIT tOEt Will. SO WITH THEM.
W call the attention of colored
cititen to th extracts from a new
boot, by the aotoriotig Helper. He
has long been standard authority with
abolitionists and furnished the texts
for Radical political pqlpits." 1 The
programme, laid down in his "Im
pending Crisis," has been carried out,
and having freed the negroes, he
now tolls the Radicals what to do with
them. ' Ho is no believer in the
equality of the negro with the white
man ; denies that the two races can
live together as political, equals and
declares that the blacks must be car
ried out of the country, or be exter
minated, like the Indians. This is
the secret view of every Radical, and
we already see the workings of the
influences by which this end is to be
consummated. The publio mind of
the South is to bo prepared for the
great change that is to be effected by
the removal of the blacks. And how
is the South to be thus' prepared ?
Easily enough. Only send yankee
emissaries, in sufficient numbers to
persuade the blacks to hate the
whites to stir'up strife botween the
races in every way that malignity can
devise, and it will not be long before
the whites will be in a fitting mood
for the expulsion or extermination of
every negro within the limits of the
South. None but devils incarnate
could devise so monstrous a scheme ;
but Helper says it must be done
his orders are printed in a book, and,
at this moment, there are men in this
town obeying these orders, by teach
ing the blacksjto hate the whites, and
stirring up strife in every conceiva
ble manner. We feel sorry for the
oolorcd victims of Radical villainy,
but they will listen to pretended
friends,, and must, take the conse
quences removal to a foreign land,
o extermination. They may avbid
the fate intended for them, but we
fear that yankee ingenuity is too much
for their ignorant simplicity.
A Clarksville correspondent of the
Louisville Courier raises the question,
as to whether, in the event of the
extension of the right of suffrage to
the women of the South, Congress
would not enfranchise all the colored
women and disfranchise tho bulk of
the whito. As we read the opinion
of the Attorney General, few, if any,
of the white females could be dis
franchised because none of them ever
took the oath of allegiance, to the
United States prior to the war. Of
course, no argument is worth a straw
that is based upon what Congress
may, or may not, do; but it is a
grave question whether Congress
could enfranchise black women and
disfranchise the white, and still main
tain itself at tho North. Already
the Radicals are losing ground rap
idly, and whon it is remembered that
thousands of tho most influential of
the party aro fully committed to fe
male suffrage, it is scarcely possible
that so gross an outrage would not
split the party, as well as drive thou
sands into tho rauka of the opposi
tion. All this, however, is mero sup
position, and the point of solicitude
with us, is not no much to seo women
vote, as to hurry Radicalism to that
point, in its progress where it must
break its own neck, or have it broken
by an indignant people
But since the Courier endorses the
assumption and inferences of its cor
respondent, we call ita attention to
the following extract from the Attor
ney General's opinion, which shows
that Congress, under its own recon
struction enactment, can disfranchise
no Southern woman unloss she be
long to the class of old women rep
resented by Brown and Patton :
Two element must concur in order to dis
aualit'v a person under these cluusct: First,
tlia office and official oath to support the
Constitution of th In. ted States; secoud,
euimsinir afterwards in rebellion, Both
niutt eseil to work disqualification, and must
bnppcn iu the order ot time mentioned.
A person wbo bi held an oRIre and taken
the oath to support the Federal Constitution
end lias uot afterwards engaged In rebellion,
is uot disqualified, no, too, a person wbo
has enired in rebellion, but boa not there
tutors held au ufiice and taken that oalb, Is
Tho N. Y. Tiuiea thiuka boys of
eighteen will be vested with the right
of suffrage soouer than women. So
would baboona if they were natives
of, or immigrants to, this country.
We aro heartily sick of the caption-
"Presidential progress," so of
ten repeated during the tours to Bos
ton and Notth Carolina'. What we
want is Presideutiul progress towards
the maintainance of the Constitution.
The Pctershurg (Va.) Republic is
for tho re-election of President John
son. We prefer a man with a back
bone, and not traiued in the school
of passive obedience to Radical or
ders. Prake' interview with Thad. Sie
ve ns is having au extensive run.
Wonder if Drake put any questions
to old Thud's "yurler" duck.
The J resident lias been urced to
arrwkt Rheridau for insubordination
Tl;at is more than be Jure to do.
We ara hot surprised that the Rad
ical candidate for the Legislature,
takes upon himself the task of de
nouncing the Chronicle, in his, so-
called, speeches before the people of
this county. Whilst we have labored,
to the utmost of onr ability, to up
hold the Constitution, Wines is in co
operation with the party that is trying
to Strike from ita provisions the last
clause which secures equal rights and
impartial justice to all over whom its
protection Was originally thrown.
We were struggling against secession,
and for the preservation of the Union,
op to the fall of Sumpter Wines was
after that date, Orderly Sergeant of
the "Dixie Lines," and is now acting
with those who keep the Union dis
severed for base party purposes.
Truly, the charge of disloyalty comas
with a bad grace from such a source,
and we can acoount for it upon no
other supposition than that it is a bid
for a company of Brownlow's ruffians
to secure Wines'- election. We do
not object to bis course, however, on
personal grounds, for we could de
vise so surer means to bring the
Chroniclo into favor than to get him
to abuse it.
We understand that the Radical
candidate for the Legislature arraigns
us for personalities towards him. In
this, he is mistaken. For aught we
know to the oontrary, he is strictly
honest in his private dealings, and it
ia only as a Radical that we treat
him. Before he became a candidate,
we repeatedly avowed our contempt
for Southern Radicals, but have as
sailed the private character of none
who aro not accused of offenses pun
ishable by law. We have no incli
nation to hunt up metaphysical dis
tinctions' between political and pri
vate honesty, if any such exist, but
disclaim, as personal, the" expression
of a contempt which embraces'all who
como under the designation-Southom
The Cincinnati Enquirer is in fa
vor of paying off the National debt
with legal tender greenbacks. We
second the motion. It will cost the
government nothing, and relieve the
people of an immense burden. Buy
up the interest bearing bonds as fast
as they can bo come at. This, or re
pudiation, is the alternative.
Wo have no room for old Spit
fire V proclamation against tho Judg
es of elections, and forbear com
ment being unable to do justico to
Read tho communication from Pu
laski, the writer of which is univer
sally esteemed for his exalted virtues
and clear intellect. We hope to hear
from him as often as leisure and in
clination will authorise'
The Atlantio Era, Georgia, is out
for Grant as President, and common
sense in politics, no had better en
force his doctrine by his example.
It is assorted that, in Chicago,
Radical meetings have been held in
negro houses of ill-fame. Why not?
It is but obeying the laws of affinity.
BI'EAKl.XO AT PALMYRA.
Ma. Epitob: I was at Palmyra ou Thurs.
day tbe 27th lust, and beard the speeches of
Judge Peffer and Mr. Guy Wines.
The speaking commenced at 12 o'clock, st.
Mr. Wines led oft In a speech of some thirty
or forty minutes, using Dot a word calcula
ted to offend the most fastidious Conserva
tive gentleman present His style was
agreeable and fully as convincing, I think
as the principles of tbe Radical party will
permit At unit he seemed embarrassed,
but this soon wore off, end then bis manner
and voice became agreeable; and bad the.
principles he advocated been acceptable to
bis audience, he would have won laurels of
which a man of his age might be proud.
Judge Peffer then followed in one of the
best speeches I have heard for a long time.
His style was cbaste and logical, with as
much ornament as truth ever needs to make
it successful. He Indulged in soma severe
thrills at the Radicals, but in language not
by any means calculated to offeud. He
propounded some questions to bis young
competitor that I think the most adroit poli
tician of the party would not have' been able
to answer. Yet Mr. Wines did not una to
cow down under tbe questioning, but shyed
It off, and gave us a sentence or two of decla
mation Instead of any answers.
The Judge's speech, Ironi beginning to
end, was better suited to the occasion tbnu
any I have heard. His address to the col
ored part of the audience was plain and
modest in style, though so striking and logi
cal that tbe siost cultivated hearers could
not belp but be pleased.
I will not omit to compliment both gen
tlemen for tbe dignity aud politeness, witb
which they treated each other. There was
not a word of that rudeness and slang wblcti
has become fathiouable with publio speakers
of tbe present day.
As to the audience, 1 never witnessed a
more Older ly and peaceable assembly In all
my life. 1 did not hear a cross or rude
word from the time I arrived, which was
lout K o'clock, a. , until the speakiog
ended, and tbe people left for tbeir homes ;
and I did not see a drop of liquor during
my stay at Palmyra. U.
Montgomery Co., June J9th J88T, "
Cimn Jams Curr, an old citiseu of
Warren county, who commanded a company
in tbe Mb Tenneewa (r'ejeral) Cavalry, and
has hitherto supported the adiulnialralioa of
(iov. Hrownlow, writes a letter ia which he
withdraws, for reasons which art clearly sta
le.!, from the tiruwnlow organisation, lie
will Ts;e for IWeridf.
1 LETTER ,f IOM PULASKI, TEXV
' PoLAiKt, June 26th, 18ST. ,
Cut Chbomklb: The planters' of Giles
ara rejoicing over tbe fkirest prospect they
have had for several years, of an abundant
y.eld of cotton, eon and small grain. Tbe
wheat, now almost all harvested, is an unu
sually good crop... Cotton, tboogh late.' is
very promising, generally clear of grass and
weeds, and tbs stand, witb few exceptions
A sqnadot Brownlow's militia is stationed
at Pulaski.' They are miserable looking spec
imens of humanity, and do not excite a par
ticle of admiration as "bold soldier boys." '
Tbs Bureau agent here met with a severe
punishment ia the form of a jaw-boxing
from his landlady, Into whose house his wife
bad introduced an objectionable colored la
dy (?) as a visitor. Tbe gallant Agent was
guilty of insolence, and tbe jaw-boxing, to.
getber with tht ejectment of himself, wife
and baggage into the street, was lbs result
Tbe land-lady Is highly respectable, and tbe
aggravation of the negrophillst was such as
to justify her eonduct, though she regrets tbe
necessity, which is never forced upon women
by Southern men, of resorting to physical
meant of defense.
lbs toiiowing incident, Illustrative or tbe
truth ot tbe adage, "chickens will come home
to roost," recently occurred in tbs southern
part of the County, True or false, In every
particular I relate it as currently reported and
believed. A well known Individual, who
rendered himself during and sine the wan
very odious to bis neighbors by voluntarily
lending his aid in various wayt to tht Fede
rals to annoy, oppress and tob them, and who
ia now a candidate for office, and to secure
hjs election is an active leader in getting up
Union Leagues, is preaching social as well
at political equality, received a call at bis
residence from a well dressed colored ger tie
man, (?) and much to bis surprise and ludig
nation, colored gent went iato bis parlor,
iniormea ms uaugnter mat ne uad come to
make a social call. Tbe redoubtable Unioa
Leaguer, and a oandidatt for office, upon
being informed thereof, indiguaptly drove
the colored man from bit bouse. The col
ored gentleman upon retiring, remarked that
be was experimenting, to ascertain whether
tbe Squire was practicing what he it preach
ing. Tbe Squire accuses tbe wicked rebels
ot tending tbe negro to bit bouse to insult
Dim and bit family.
Browulow bassent a Dutchman (name not
known to the writer) to conduct tbe regis
tration of voters in this county, vice 'Willie
Williford, whose work was rejected because
too many conservatives were on hit list
What the result of the election will be under
tbe registration to be made, it is not difficult
to guess. i
God send that the war of races inaugura
ted and encouraged by tbe Radical party,
may terminate without further bloodshed!
That it is being waged fiercely, in secret, by
tbe Union Leagues it evident. What sort
of magazine they are preparing with which
to involve the poor negro in irretrievable ru
in, we at yet know only in part. When
heartless and dishonest men conooct schemes
of oppression, their selfishness does not per
mit mem to feel a particle or sympathy for
the dupes they use to accomplish their unholy
Alas, the poor negro! . Their newly-found
friends have already caused the death of a
million of hit race in these Southern States!
Disease, want, (the mult of idleness,) the
absence of wholesome moral influences, tbe
presence of the vilest Of advisers, fostering
and arousing his passions and prejudices
against those who understand him best, and
from long association bave learned how, best
to befriend him, are elements which are rap-'
idly working to produce an unhappy condi
tion of bit race. For the vilest aud most
unholy of purposes, their present arrogance
and self-importance ara nuigcd and fostered
by fanatics aud calculating office seekers.
You, of Montgomery County, have not as
yet realized, to the extent we have here, t'.ie
degrading and demoralizing influence of Yan
kee ideas and Yankee selfishness upon tbe
colored population. In Uiles County and in
tbe adjacent counties of North Alubama, fbr
several years during and since tbe war, tbe
Northern worshippers of despised " King
cotton," and tbe Jiidases to the manor bora,
wbo sympathize witb tba oppression, and
cool If calculate tht "price of blood," have
industriously attempted to monopolize tbe
freedtnen's labor. .Here, the alternate pres
ence of Federal and Confederate bayonets
rendered tbe gold producing lint to precari
ously prescious, that In the efforts cf tbe
mammon worshippers to play a double game,
their wits were sharpened and their conscien
ces seared, so that witb tbit class of it bat
become the bmghtb of ambition to cheat the
negro politically, that they may secure bis
service! in toe cotton paten, monopolize bis
labor, and enjoy the iuetfuble pleasure of ex
hausting nut wages by telling him goods,
gewgaws and whiskey at a large peroeutim
Here, too, Mltoliell, (the star-gazer) Tur
chin and Dodge, Federal Generals, reveled in
cotton thieving, in splendid houses,whose fur
niture wus shipped northward to their fami
lies. Here, deserters and dirt-eating refugees
front the Confederate lines, look up their
abode on fine plantations and in fine houses,
workei and cheated our former tlavet in
duced them to ileal stock, Implements and
provisions, aud appropriated uuto themselves
the lions sbare. Hera were government
farms, (negro corrals) where miscegenatiag
Captains, Lieutenants and Surgeons would
put their bands into Uncle Sum's pockets,
and appropriate large ooiiim issiont on tbe
proceeds of the produce of bit cotton patch
es. Here, the Agent of tbe Fretdinan't bu
reau, dishonest Just In proportion to the op
portunities of receiving large commissions for
oppression, issued their "Lettret de Cachet,"
aud arrested, imprisoned, maligned and slan
dered some of tbe best men of the country.
Had tobacco planting been at e?y a trade
learned at cotton raiting, your people too,
would hava wore sorely realized tbe effects
of puritanical education.
Every where arouud us, localities recall
tbe past many Incidents painful in the et-
treme many glorious. let we are eontin
ually called upou to forget the past tn im
possibility. Having promised to do nothing
iu opposition to the Government, aud being
fully determined, to make good our pledge,
wetiid not, and at long at memory endures,
we cannot sincerely promise to ignore the
history of the past, to bury tbe recollections
of the heroic deeds of our dead with their
bones. It it a mockery of reason, a violation
of plighted faiib to do so, as well at cow.
ardice to applaud the want or generosity in
a triumphant toe, to be mute under unpro
voked oppression. van our children, or
children's children forget tbe cruelty of those
wbo violated the rules of honorable warfare,
robocd. aud in tome instances, insulted our
belpleet women aud children. Patiently do
our iieoule wbo have borne and suffered to
much, submit, ia bop that "Truth, crushed
to earth, will rise auain,' and put to suame
and confusion by its moral power, the tyrants
now oppressing us, submitting to our
country t flag, now ours as well as (hat of
our oppressors, and willing on an tilling oc
catious to defend it, we deny lha right pf tb
clique now ia power it) this fetU) to heap
further insults upon tba Injuries already iu
Aided. Our women will n4, cannot submit
to practical social equality with africana. Our
men. wha ara men. applaud them there tor.
If Bureau agents and mi.-cegcoating oftlet
seekers persist In playing imsgarut lor omoa,
to the ruiuout and degrading eztenl tbey now
item determined on. lbs peoplt tnll not sub
mit Forbearance mutt tuuner or later, eeaj
to be a virtu. Mors anon,
Ksw 0 bleaks, July 1. The follow I nc dis-
atch was received by th Austrian Minister
ft Saturday evening :
' " ., SocTHwsnT rasa, La, t i
' Via Ntw Oslsams, June 30. f
To Omni Wiindtrkrwks .
I come from Vera Cms to telegraph yon of
tbe condemnation and death or the Emperor
Maximilian on the 19th Inst President
Juarez refuses to deliver np the body.
Sined . GR0L1BR TEHIFF,
Captain Austrian Sloop.
Count Wy nderbruck it absent from tb city
at present To-day bis Secretary of Legation
sent a dispatch per cable, to th Emperor
Francis Joseph of Austria, and th Emperor
Napoleon, announcing Maximilian's execu
tion. The event bat produced a great deal
of excitement here among foreign Ministers.
Tb residence of tb Austrian Minister bat
been visited to-day bv nearly all of these of.
Bcials, who called to ccrtidole and obtain the
latest Intelligence. -The
following dispatch wat received by
th Secretary of tbe Navy to-day, giving
newt oi ine event!
Umitid 8tatss Siiaiir Tacost.
Vbbt Cava, June 25, 1867,
via jitw urliahs, one 30,
To Hon. Oiiton Welltt, &e of ! Naty:
Maximilian wat thol on th 19th Instant.
Begged bard for bit corpse fbr tb Austrian
Captain and wat refused. The city of Mex
ico surrendered on the 28th. Very Crux
holds ent on account of the Forelen Lceion
Dlat orders no acceptance of th surrender.
Am moored between Kelva and North Baa.
tiou, Jason iq company. Letter by mail
F. A. ROE, Commander.
Infbrraatlon received her yesterday from
what ia regarded as a trustworthy source is
to ine enact that by a decree or tb Juarea
Government, Maximilian was shot ou tbe
10th inst, at 7 o'clock, a. tf.. and that tbe
friends of Maximilian asked tb privilege of
removing nit oouy for tb purpose or sending
u 10 Aurope, out ine request was refused.
Gen. Grant also received a private dispatch
from Gen. Sheridan; last night containing
substantially the tame statement It it be
lieve. Juarea reluctantly contented to tbe ex
ecution of Maximilian, When, th messen
ger bearing dispatches from our Government
relative to spearing tb lifs of Maximilian
delivered bit package to Jaarea, tb latter in
formed him that he wat disposed to spar tbe
life of Maximilian, but tb pressure from tbe
Mexican leaders and people for bit execution
wat to great that It would be almost impos
sible to resist It -
Farm For Sale!
: OF 4SO ACHES,
FINE LAND, CONVENIENT TO THE
M., 0. k L. Railroad and the Merchant Mills
of Red river, witb a .
Cottage Residence of Six Booms,
and barns sufficient for 30,000 pounds of
Tobacco. A great bargain may be had,-
For terms and other particulars apply to 3.
F. Beanmont Clarksville, or tb undersigned
on tbe premises, near Hampton's Station.
V. W. WttAUJlU.NT.
July 5, 1867.tf.
Splendid Hotel For Bale.
Louisa Moore vs. John II. Moore et ala.
Drane Jk Henry and Joshua Brown at. Louisa
Moore et all.
By virtue of a decree rendered at the
April term, 1867, of the Chancery Court, at
Clarksville, I will offer fur tale, at public
auction, on Tuesday, 6th August next, at tbe
Court-house la Clarksville, the first-class Ho
tel in Clarksville, known at Moore t Hotel.
This it an elegant three-story brick Hotel,
fronting on the public square, containing
about 45 rooms, and has a large garden au
tacned. The nouse is almost new, Having
been completed the first year or th late war.
Possession will be given on the 1st January
TERMS 6, 12, 18, and 24 months, witb
interest from date. Notes with good surely
required and a lien retained for purchase
money. No right of redemption reserved.
W. T. BUAL'MJpirUUU, V. X M.
July Stb '67 tw-prs. fee advtb 1
Land For Bale.
Sarah A. Steele vs. E. II, Steele et als.
On Saturday, 10th day of August next.
by virtue of a decree rendered at the April
term, 18C7, I will offer for tale, on tbe prem
ises, at public auction, two hundred and
nineteen acret of land, heavily timbered, and
tituated about 4 miles from Clarksville, on
tbe south aids of Cumberland river and near
the Railroad. Thit land will be divided into
small farms to at to tuit persons of limited
meant. It adjoins tba property or John Ke-
see, and belongs to th heirs of John Steele,
deceased. A plan can be teen at my office.
tints to be opened at flu per acre.
TKK11S 6, 12 and 18 month with Inter
est from date. Notes witb good turety re
quired and a lien retained for purchase mon
ey, no redemption,
W. T.SHACKELFORD C. A M.
July Dth, '67-4w-prs. fee advAb-.
Land For Sale.
John T. Morris vs. A. J. Bnrtee.
In pursuance of an order of tbe Chancery
Court at Clarksville, Tennessee, I will offer,
at publio auction, at the Court-ttuse iu
Clarkiville, on Saturday, 27tb July, a tract
of bind in district No. 9, in Montgomery
county, containing about one hundred acres,
and lying about one-half mile east of Valley
rorge, and Known at the Bam. Tyson farm.
TEH MS , 12 and 18 months credit.
Notes witb good surety required, and no right
oi redemption reserved.
W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. A M.
July ttb, 67-4w-prs fee It.
Towd Lots For Sale.
Uerrit Fort, Adm'rt vs. J. U. McKoin.
By virtue of a decree of th Chancery
Court at Clarksville, reudered at tb April
terai, ism, l win sen, at purjno auction, on
the premises, on Tuesday, tub day of August,
1867, seventeen town lots, lying between.
and fronting on, franklin and Main streets,
and on both sides of Beveuili fjrost street,
opposite the residence or J. b. Hroaddua.
TERMS Ten per cent, cash and the bal
ance on a credit of t, 12, IS and 24 month.
Noks with good surety required and a lien
retained, fto redemption.
A map of these lots can b aeea at tbe of
fice af the C. A M.
W. T. SHACKELFORD, 0. k M.
July Mb, '67-4w prt fee advib
Cbaneery Sale of Lots.
Robert k Co. for us of A. Howell w 8.
Kellogg and Z. M. Taylor.
BY virtu of a decie rendered at the
April term 1807, of the Chancery court at
Clarksville, I will offer at publio auction, at
In Unurt-noiue tn Ularksville, on baturday
fit July, 167, a lot of SIX ACRES ol
ground iu Clarksville, immediately north of
th resideuc of S. Kellogg aud adjoining
the property of Z. M. Taylor and F. A. Han-
nuia dee d. Tis.lt MM Or oALK o, 12, 18
aud V4 mouths credit Notes with good se
curity required and no right or redemption
reserved. W. T. SHACK ELFOttD.C A M.
July 6, lbt7 4w pr. p 4.
Farm In Stewart foqulr For Sale.
J. T. Atkins p. Win. iboinixRm.
By virtue ot a decree reudered at tbe
April term, 1887, of th Chancery Court at
Clarksville, 1 will offer at publio auction, at
tb Court-house in Clarksville on tbe '27ib
July, a tract of land I" civil district
No 2, in Stewart opunty, Ttnuetse, sua
bounded a follows; Uegiuning at a black
oak and post oak In a path Pyt't corner,
Ihtuc aurtb J 44 pule to a Spanish oak,
thenc east 104 pole to a Uk and pointers,
thence toulh 1 54 pole to a black oak and
pointers, the toe writ 104 pylet 14 the begin,
nipg, containing 100 acre, being lb tare
purchased by Mat. Tbomptoa of Atkins k
TEK.V-6, I J and II months crcd't.-
Notes with good security reqalrevT and alien I
retained. No redemption. , '
W. T. SHACKELFORD, O. k it.
July tith '67r-4w-ort, fea advab
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; D. C. Landoa and wife re. Dukes Hcira,
By virtu of a doer -road it th April
term 1867. of tb Chancer court at Clarks
ville, Tennessee, I will offor at public auction
at tb Court bouee In Clarksville, on th 27th
of Jnly, 1867, a lot of groond oa Franklin
street, fronting about 45 feel on said street,
and about 100 feet om tba alley btwea
Franklin and Main ttreeta. 'Tbit lot adjoint
tb lot on which It built th small frame
house lately occupied by Dr. Billinsrtley..
Tb bidding on this lot will be opened at
11,000. TKRMS 10 per cent cash and th
balance on a credit of 1, 2 and a years witb
interest from date, no redemption. '
W. T. SHACKELFORD, 0. at.
July 5, 1867 4w pr. fe 4. - i '
Town lots In ClarkiTllle For Sale.
T. O. Hatcheson et alt vs. D. M. Woods et alt,
By vlrtnS of a decree of tb Chancery
Conrt at Clarksville, at the April term 1867,
I will offer, at publio auction, at tb Court
house in Clarksville, on Saturday, 27th July,
two lots ot ground, known at lots rvo. 13
and 14, In tht plan of Roberts' addition to
Uarksviiie, containing one-half acre each,
they being 'tba tarn purchased by L. Q
Williams and Wm. Roger of J. N. Barker.
TERMS 8 and 12 months. Notet wiib
good security required and a lien retained.
no redemption. - ' -
W. T. SHACKELFORD, 0. k M.
July Stb, '67-4w-pr. fe $4 t
In Chancery at Clarksville.
Conrad Frederick, Adra'r w. heirs and credi
tors of W, B. Hicks, deceased.
In obedience to an order made at the
April term, 1867, I hereby notify th ored
itors of W. R. Hicks, deceased, to fll their
claims, properly authenticated, in this office,
on or Dcrors toe ueptemawr Kales, or tht
tarn will be barred.
W. T. SHACKELFORD, C. M,
July Bib, '67-4w pr. fe $2 60.
Of Town Lots and Seal Estate,
, On ifonday,' Augvtt $th, 1867,
By virtue of writ of venditioni exponas.
tome directed, from the Circuit Court at
Clarksville, Montgomery county, I will tell,
at tb Court-house, in Ibt city of Clarksville,
Tenn., tbe following described property, lev.
ieq upon ror Taxes:
One town lot', tituated on franklin St., and
bounded at follows : on the north b) Frank
lin St., on tht east by the Thurston lot on
the south by Mr. Stacker's lot, on the west
by Wm. Broaddns' property. Levied upon
as tho property of J. L. C. Johpsion in favor
of the city or Clarksville.
City of Clarksville vs. S. B. Seat. I will
sell two town lota tituated on Maditcn St.,
and one on the public square for taxes for
1862- 05 and '60.
City of Clarksville i. Neblett A Settle-
One town lot, situated on- Franklin it-
sold ror taxes for 1861-'62-'65 and '66.
City of O.arksville w I. N. Belote's heirs.
A lot fronting on First Cross at, adjoining
tho lands of J. J. Hamlet on the north, br
the Railroad on the south and by First Cross
it. on ine east told for tales for 1861, '62
City of Clarksville vs. Samuel Bolton.
One lot fronting on Main it, in Poslon't
addition to the city, now owned by Wm.
Lynes estate told for taxes for 1861 62, '65
City of Clarksville vs. George Stacker. ,
One lot fronting on the pitlillo square, ad
joining the property of S. R. Sent on the
north, and J. H. M-rriwettier ou the south-
sold for taxes for 1866.
City of Claiksvill vs. H. A. Powlke.
One lot fronting on Franklin St., bounded
on the west by th property of Mitt L. 0.
Bailey, on the north by Main it, on the
south by Franklin st now occupied by H,
A. Fowlkes sold for taxes fur 1SG1, '62, '05
City of Clarksville vs. W. S. Shockloford.
One lot bounded on the east by the land
of O. A. Henry, on the west by t. C. Lan
don, on the north by an alley, on the south
by Frnnklin it told fbr taxes fbr 1801, '62,
'65 and 66.
City of Clarkstrflle as. W. D. F. Sawrlo.
One lot, bounded on the south by the H
K on the west by Joseph Johnson, and on
the north by Madison it. told for taxes for
1861, '62' '65 arid '66.
City of Clarkiville vs. Wm. Carney's heirs.
. On lot, fronting on Spring it, and ad
joining the lands of Stewart and Henry,
near tb lower Ked River bridge sold for
taxet tor 1861, '62, 65 and 66.
City of Clarksville vs. Wm. Roger's helm.
On lot, on Union it., bounded on the
east by the lands of Mrs. Mick el, on the
north by Union it, on the west by Norfleet
st, now owned by Wm. Roger t estate and
occupied by D. A. Campbell told tur taxes
Tor 1861, '62. '65 and 66.
City of Clarksville at. J. C. ITerrlngtoa,
Guardian. One lot, situated on Spring it,
and bounded on the west by Spring it , on
th north by property of Mr. J. Glena, on
the routh by Mrs. J. Olenn, lot 30 in Robert's
addition told for taxet ror 1866.
City of Clarkiville vs. Mrs. E. J. Lemons.
One lot, on Collep-e and Sixth its., bound
ed on the north by College it, on the east
by lots, on th south by an alley, on the
west by Sixth Croat St, now occupied by
Jirs. Lemons sold fur taxes ror 1861, 62
'65 and '66.
City of ClarkivCl vs. Howell k Johnson.
On lot. on Main it, bounded on tba east
by th property of Mrs. Atkins, on the sooth
by Union it, on the west by the Fox prop
ertymid for taxet for 1862, '65 and '68.
City of Clarksville vs. J. B. Broaddns,
Guardian for R. S. Moore' heirs. one lot,
on tht corner of Locust and Second Cross
it, bounded on tb south by th property ot
sirs. a. u. Afunford, on tti west by B. O.
Kef see, on tb north by Commerce it., on tb
east hy Second Cross st, now occupied by
Mia, R. S. Moor-sold fur taxes lor 1861,
62, '65 and '66.
City of Clarkiville vs. J. F. Curamtngs.
Out lot on 3d Cross street, bounded on the
north by an alley, on tbe east by the Trinity
Church property, oa the toulh (property not
known) lying on north tide of Franklin
street for taxet for 1866.
City of Clarksville vs. D. U. Woods.
Ou lot on Comment street, bounded on
tbt south by Cooiinerc street, east by C, H.
Robert' properly, on tb west by A. Jack
ton and by an alley fold fbr taxes for 1861,
'62, '65, and '66.
City of Clarksville vs. Mrs. A. O. Munford.
One lot on 2d Cross street, bounded on the
east hy 2d Crust street on tht south by Dog
Alley, and west by B. 0. Keeeee, on the norib
R. S. Moore's heirs sold for taxes for the
years 1862, 1865, and 1806.
City of Clarksville vs. Geo. Collins One
lot In Roberts1 addition to tht city, bounded
on the west by Norfleet street sold for tax
es for the year 1868,
City of Clarkiville M.Tbo. Holbert
Op lot on Madison street, bounded on the
east by J. Rider, on th south by M. C, A L.
Railroad, on th west by tain, on th north
by Madison streal, now occupied by Mrs.
Jackson sold for taxes for the year 1866.
City of Clarksville vs. B. R. Pun's be I re.
One lot on Corn mere street, bounded oa tbe
Dor'b by Dr. L, D. King, oq tb west by 6th
Croat street, oa th al by J. P, Wwid.lJ.
now occupied by lA'tu. Falln eold for laxv
ft tbt year 1866.
City or Clarkiville vs. Henry A Shackelford
One lot oa Franklin street, bounded a tb
south by Franklin it, on lie ast by II. A.
Curant, on th north by Grant's Alley told
for tales for th years 1861, '62, '65 and '.
T. RtYET, Sheriff,
of Moolgonery county.
Ju'y 166 it. pr. ft is ttsb cut f)l SO
BKVKNTIti QUARTEQLjY HEPORT
. ' . . ... ' . ...
j or ras oosoiriotr or ths
First 'National iBank 'oft
Monciav, July ltst, 1807.
-' ' " .."' '"' RESOURCES. -r.,
Notet and Bills discounted
Furniture and Fixture,.......... ,
Expeae acoouat,. .4 .,....,..,
Du from Banks, M. HM
U. S. Bond deposited with U. 8. Treasurer, ,
U, S. Bonds on band, , ,
.WIUgVUJC-l J WUIII UVUUIj, ......... ........
Sterling exchange (Gold),,.
vmu uh uauu, via;
National Bank notes,
Levnl Tender Notes,
LUIJILITIE8, ... .
Capital Stock paid In ....
l'ronts, vit: ' '
Surplus Fund, ,
Profit tnd Loss,..- -
Excbang account, ,
Du to Banks,
' ''..!-..., 404,U7 48
I, WM. P. HU1IR, Cathler of tb First National Bank of Clarktvllla, Tenn, do
solemnly i wear that the foregoing statement ia true and correct to tb best of lay knowl
edge and belieC . . . ,
Signed W.P.IIUME, CaahiVr.
8worn to end subscribed before m, this first day of July, 1867.
O. H. JONES, Notary Public for Montgomery County.
July 8, 1867-lw.
. .. , of .. . v,;.:,;'
At Qlark$villet Tennette.' on tht 6th
. day of Avgu$tt J867.
BT virtue of I venditioni exponas, to me
uireciru, irom ma vircqit boim ai iiaras
ville, Tennetse, issued Bth of June 1867, ia
favor of Carr k Boardraan, va O. Orgain, 8.
M. Roberta, R, Kdtnondton and John H, Hln,
top, I will txpoae to public tale to tbt high
est bidder, far cnsH; at tb Court-bouse, ia
tb City of Clarkiville, Tenn;, on th 6th
day of August, 1867, a tract of land as tbe
property of Robert Sdutoadson. in District
No. IT, Montgomery County,' Tenn. Said
tract contains 3.00 acre more or less, bound
rdas follows; North by B. C'Felts, East
by William Corlew, South by Wm. M. Or
gain, West by A. M. Rogers' heirs land. Said
land it ou the Clarksville and Charlotte road,
about 8 miles front Ciarnsvjlle.
T. RAMEY, Sberitt
July 8, '67-4w-pn fee $0.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas, to me
directed, from the Circuit Court, at Clacks
ville, Tenn, Issued 5th of June, 1867, In fa
Von of W. n. Jones, fpr (be use of G. Or
gain, vt. James O Jonas, I will expo? at
public sale to tbe highest bidder, for cash, ta
the tame time and place, 80 acres of land, la
District No. 17, on the waters pf Hurricane
Creek, and bounded as follows; By the lands
of G. A. Moore, KincUeo Bumpastand Thom
T. RAMEY, Sheriff.
July 6, 1867-4 w-prs fe $.,..-..
Tt irtiinf . vi..j.iinnt in m
directed-, from the Circuit Court, at Clark-
villa, Tenn.. issued Mb of Jun., 1 867, In fa -
vor of G. W. Brvarly, va J. O. Shaehelford.
I will expose to nubile aala. to the hlirhesi
.... ' .
bidder, tor cash, at the same time and place, J,
O.Shackelford't undivided half inlertit in tLe
follow i"g tract of laud beluuging jointly to
sd Shackelford, and O. A. Henry, lying in
District No. 16, commering at an Iron wood
stump, running South 07 polet to a stake in
Frazier'l lint, thence East 260 polet to a Hake
on the bank of Cumberland River, tbence
North 15 West, 51 pole, North b West, 48
polet to a Mulbery slump, thence West 246
polet to the beginning; containing 150 1-4
acret. Levied upon at tbe property of J. O.
Shaehelford, on the 30th of Mircb, 1866.
T. RAMEY, Sheriff.
July 5,.1807-lw-prt, fee ft, ,
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas, to me
directed, from tbe Circuit Court, at Clarks
ville, Tena., issued 5th of June, 1867, in fa
vor of P. D. Phillip, vs. R. M. Crocket, I
will rxpoee to public tale, to th highest bid
der, for cash, at tb tame t)mt an? place, a
tract of land lying In District No. 16, of
Montgomery County, Tenn, bo"nded on tba
North by C Crock!, on the South by Jerry
Bull, on tbe Kast by T. C. McCurdy, on the
West by T. J. Swift. Hald tract contains by
estimation, 160 acre, levied on at tbe Droo-
erty of R. M. Crocket, ou th Hit day ofj
T. RAMEY, Sheriff.
July.5, l$8T-4w-prt. fee $4.
BY virtu of four venditioni exponas to
me directed, from the Circuit Court at Clarks
ville, issued 6th of June, 1867, two in favor
pf John Young, vs. O. F. Tally and G. T.
Abernathv, on In favor of William Moor,
vs. G. F. Tally and G. Abenarthy, also on
la favor of J. C. Trotter, t. C. B. l'lummer
and O. Tiiftley, I will expose to publio talc,
to th highest bidder, for C.ifh, at the same
time and place, all of the undivided interest
right, title and claim that G. F. Tally and
C. 2. Plummer Iils in tnd to two tracts of
land belonging fo the estate of Gilford Tally,
deed. One tract known ai tbe hUamper
tract, containing sis hundred nor, bounded
Nonh by tbe lands of Jackson, McKeroan A
Co , South by the Dickson county line, East
by tbe Bridges' tract, West by tbe 0.K.
Furnao land. On other tract knows as
th Parmrtitsr triet, bounded North by th
lands of William Harvey, Kast by th lands
or TV J. Bwitt Mouth by tb lands of A. P
Tally's dower. West by same. Said tracts of
land are situated in' Distrtct No. 16, Mont
gomery County, Tenn. Levied upon as tb
properly of G. F. Tally and ('. H. Plummer.
T. RAMBY, bberitf.
July 5, 6 7-4 w-prs, fre tti,
BY virtue of five vendiMnni exponat to me
directed, horn the circuit court at Clarkiville,
Tenn., issued 6th of Jun 186T, from its May
term, 186T, four in favor of U. D. Lockert,
vs. C. I. Metualf, and one In favor of Peter
Farthing for N. L. Turner, vs. C. I. Melcalf,
I will expos to public sale, to tbe highest
bidder, for cwh, at th stmt lime and place,
1 50 acres of land more or lets, on th waters
of led River, in Montgomery county, Tenn,
about six miles east of Clarksville, adjoining
tb lands of Joslah Hoskln on tb south, )-
so adjoining lb lauds of Phillip Crotter and
J. N. Travis on th South, Thomas Trier.
on tb east, it, 1. Uotcalr tract on the north.
and G. Randal on the west. Levied on as
tbe property of C. I. Melcalf, on the 14tb
day or January, isot.
i. uAuai, Bneriir.
July 6, '67-4w-prs. fee ft.
BY virtn of two venditioni exponas, to me
directed, front tbt Circuit Court, at Clarke-
villa. Tenn, lulled Jun 5, 1867, on In fa
vor of B. W. I'aaery, va J. P. Daly, and one
in favor oi 9 r. umhuuhi, Aiwrui r.o.
a d ti . . r- v o
Ifeaumont dec d, 1 will expos to publio sale,
to the blli4t bidder, for cub, at the tame
time and place, a tract of land in MontHOTi-
ery county, Tenn, District No. 18, contain
ing 501 J acres, bouadad on lha North by tbe
lauds of Wm Martin, deafd, and F.'A. Haa
nnm, oa th east by J. P. Williams, on th
south by tb laid of Margaret Lyl on tbt
ait Fo'lt of Psdd't creek, on tb west by
lha laud of Mr MookUa, dee d. This tract
of Uad It lvl4 upon as th property of J
P. Inly. T. RAMI Y, SbavifT.. j
Ju'y 6, 187 4w p ft 4.
' ' 80,000 00
" , 80'00
1J.T81 T4 v ,
. . ANA MA ' '
481 15 . 11,170 B
' 1404,127 48
.. , 2.200 00 "
; 825,170 85
BY virtu of two venditioni exponat, to
in directed, from tba Circuit Ooart at
eiarkivlll, Tenn, Issued Mb f isn't, 1867,
both in favor of H. A. Currant, v. Q. C.
Breed and O. O. Smith, I wUl xpose to nub.
lie tale toth highest bidder, foraaaa, at tb
am time and plac,all tb right tltl, claim
and Interest that said'O. 0. Breed has la and
to th Out Lots No. T, 8, , to, JM, 22, 83.
27, 38, 35, 34, 13, and Out Lots 10, 37 47,
48, 4, 60, and 51 In tb plan of Roberts'
addltioo to th town of Clarksville, It being
tbe same land conveyed by J. P. Clark to
taid G. 0. Breed by deed regittartd In th
Register's Offlc of Montgomery County,
Tenn., In Book No 8, pg 145. '
.- T, RAMEY, Sbtrlff,
Jttly B, 'uMw-dfs. fe. , . . ,
BY virtue of a writ of venditioni nonaa
to in directed, flora th Circuit Court, at
Clarksville, Tenn, issued Jan 8, 1867, in
favor of Mrs. M. 0. Allen, vs, Mrs. A. D.
Wed, J. W. Wright and Samuel 9. Wright,
I will expos to publio sale, to tb. highest
bidder, for cash, at the am tirr and place,
the Interest which Mr. A. D. Weed has in
aud to the follow Ing described real state,
ocunaea at follows i Beginning at a Box
Elder on tbe bank of Cumberland river, at
John Smiib'i corner, thence np tht river with
ita meanders about 3v)0 polet to an dm,
tlisrrc west 140 polet to a whit mIc, at A.
McCork'e'i north-west corner, thence touth
110 sole to an elm, taenot onto pa west
60 pole to whit oak,' thenc west 110
?ilrs to 3 Red oaki in lb original line of B.
alum's 640 acre survey, tbenc aoutb 100
poles to a post oak at Janitt Smith's corner,
thenc with bir line east 80 'poles to a stake,
thence south 34 poles to a span'ub oak, tlienc
souh 60 east 55 polet to a dogwood, thenc
north 30 east to th beglunlntj. being Dart of
aW Taturn'i 640 acr tract containing 360
m?re,or to t. RegiitM .
1 ot P1'? B"0?' TDn' B
I P371- land Jie oa tba, twrth
!" oiyumnfr.ano river m civil aisittot fO.
: B .nH la th mmt
8, and tbe tarn land which belonged tn
W. H. Allen, In bit lifetime. B baviug died
without a wl:l, th land descended to bit
brothers and sitters, and aaid A. D. Weed)
being one of hit sisters, this levy wat mad
on ber undivided InterM in laid land which
it said to be one seventh part, January 25,
i6T, t. KAXEY,rjheiitr.
July 5, '87-.twprs, fo $8., . . ?
BY virtue of a venditioni txpouas, to ma
directed, from tbe Circuit court at Clark,
ville, Tena,iwued June Sib, 1867, In favor of
J. S. Haina, vs. E. P. Hagood, I will expos
to publio sill, to the highest bidder, forcatb,
at tht tame time and place, all the right, ti,
tl and interest the (aid E. P. Eagood baa in
and to a tract of land, which descended tn
bitu as ono of th heirs of John Hagood,
dee d, in district No, 6, Montgoouiry county,
Tenn, beginning at a red oak in Ueorg Rii,
dulph south east cornet, running west witb
Gambia's lis 07 pole to a black gum ear
ner, tbenc north 164) pale to a post oak,
theno east 07 polo to G. Rudolph's line,
south 164 poles to tb beginning, being 100
acre wore or leas, levied oa as th property
of E, P. Hagood, on th 13th day of Febru
ary, 188 . .... X. RAMEY, Kberlff,
July fi, '67-4w -pr. fee 1 1. 1 1 f
"" t . . .
BY virtu of a venditioni s;pooas, to ra
directed, from th Circuit court at Clark
villa, Tenn, Issued Jun 6th, 186T, In favor
of Alex. Bayaham, vt. Jess Stamper, I will
expos to public sate, to tb blgbest bidder,
fur cash, at tb wm time and plac. tb un.
divided interest of Jetwoe Stamper, being una
fourth In a tract of land tying in district No,
4, Montgomery county, Tenn, on th piny
fork of rVest Fork of Red River, Beginning
t a black oak, Joseph Baysbarn's north cor
ner, thenc south 118 pole to a Raw bush,
west right over tba spring to a hickory 881
polet to a black oak, thane north 118 pole
to a Hake, tliencs east 291 pols to th be
ginning, containing by aslinsatioa 215 acre
more or lost. Levied on ss tb property or
Jest Bumper on tbe Otb day of May, 1867.
T, RAMEY, Sheriff.
July 8, 1 167-4 W-pr. ft 84.
BY virtu of a vendition! txponaa, to tna
directed, frtna tba Circuit Court, at Clarks
ville, IteiitJ 6th 'if June, 1B6T, In favor of
Benjamin Colman, Ex'r of Jam Colman,
vs. WacMnkb.'B liarte, D. II. Duncan, and
G. O. W. Bart, I will xpos to pub,
lie sal to the highest bidder, for cash, at tba
sain lime and place, acres of land, tba
property of G. W. Barte, bounded on th
South by tb land of Thorn Kata, on tba
Fast by tb land of John Bullock, oa tb
North by tb landt of Robert Darnell
and B. B. Nichols, and oa tb Watt by tb
lands of J, Bumpass.
T. HAJttt, tjoirtfl.
July 8, 'eT-tw-fn. fs f 4.
BY virtu of two venditioni tiponii to to
directed, from tb Circuit Court at Clark,
villa, Tenn, Issued Si's of Jun, 186T, in fa
vor of ty. J. Quae, . A Ilea Hasnlaa, I will
expos to public sal to tb blgbettj blddsf.
(or cash, at tf" tarn dm and plaot, all tM
rliiht 'l"e. claim and Interest that tb said
Allen Hamlin has tn a certain pieo of land,
branded follow i North by R. J. Dun,
can, East by Mr. Sjransr, South by W. F,
Adams, Weal by Wator land.
V. RAMEY, Sheriff.
July 8, 'Mw-pr.iMt, .
BT virtu of a venditioni avponaa, to n
directed, from th circuit court at Clark
villa. Tenn, issued ,4n Stb, 186T, la trnvor
of t. A. Uarrl. vt. William L. Johnson, I
will e i poet to publio sal to th blfbejt bid
der fur cs?h, at tb uni tint and plac, all
said Wm. Joliurau'f right, tltl, claim and
interest ia j certain pareel of land, ttonnded
St follow: North by Giey'a East by Bbl
by X Sooth by Wibcn and Wst by Wlboa
ad Terrell, Levied oa January JT, latT.
Y. HI MIT, IherllY.
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