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THE SEQUACHEE VALLEY NEWS.
VOL. V. -SUPPLEMENT. SEQUACHEE, TENN., DEC. 9, 1S97. NO. 23. CIIANCI2KY LAM) SALE. (Continued from 4U1 Page.) with said Hughes' line south 2 'dog. land described as follows: west 70 poles to a stake at Foster; Pog'mning at a stake on the 1 on- .i000 acre tract, thenee with and hy tiessee near a .small spring, then said line to point oi iieuiunin::, . 44 w. 44p. to a siaue, men ..u; lncliidinir ami excluding 200 acres w. 84 P. and 10 links to a post Tract Xo. 22: C. Foster heirs. I Af . f7.si r' mid f.o m i os Walker, oak with nrtinters. then X. S!) w. 3ii4() acres. Conveyance 6540 acres. Tract No. 23: Sequachee Yah 33 P. to an ash, V. Pryor's corner, Survey 3053.00. Icy & South Pittsburg Co. 4400 then 00 w. 204 ). to a hlac 1c gum with lieginning on a hickory with point- aces, Conveyance 4400 acres; survey pointers, then S. '23 E. 02 P. to a ers on east side of ',ig Fiery Gizzard o('22.10. ! stake and pointers, then X 80 W thence south 88 east 825 polos to a lieeinning oh a white oak east' 40 P to a stone in field, then S. 3) stake in West boundary of the EssM- sic, inffgiidiothani turnpike, theni'- P and 10 links to a stake and man tract, thence north 2 east with nonh 3,3 de west 50G pole's to a pointers, then X 82 w. 10 p. to a small s-iil Fsselrnan line I S.) poles to a sm;1;i chestnut and pointers, thence ' dogwood and pointers, then S. 1 w 70 stake U. Junes' line, thence with this nonli 2 dep- to a small black locust ! to a stone with pointers, then X SO line north 20 west 88 poles to a nnd pointers, thence south 47 deg W 0 I t0 a stake, then S 10 W 53 Spanish oak and pointers, thence liiniin E 213 poles to a black locus'! U' to a stake in David Dame's line, north 58 oast 50 poles to stake in . standing on top of bluff and being' then E 482 P to a a stake on bank Esselman line, thence north 2 oast Inst corner of (. A. 1J. Hardin I of Tennessee Hi ver, then up said ri v with said line 154 poles to a -niall j tract thence north 53 deg. 15 min. E 1 or by it; course N 25 deg; and 30 blavk locust and liointers standing on , ;");,() i to a chestnut oak standing minutes E 53 P. then X' 34 and the side of the mountain a little off 0,, , 0jnt of mountain fronting Little 0 imn- K 34 P, then XT 11 E 20 P ttr..n i .i t-n ' ' I . ' . - - - ? i - i .11 : : I.' .1. aikcrs, iiience soumi 4 11 nun- Seiiuachee Cove, the beeinnme cor- i'-' uu' poim ol uugmu.ii. rurcmii ner of said Hardin entry, thenee , ant in lar f equiiyof redemption, south 00 detr. W. 1032 poles crossing I Also 30,000 shares of the capital Saw Mill Cove at 640 polos-to a 8'ock of the Sequachee Town & stake, thence north 88 deg. west 100 and Improvement Co; also all the poles to point of beginning. ; accounts, notes, and personal There is excepted the surface right property belonging to the Sequa- 28? acres out of Tract Xo. 7, chee alley Coal & Iron Co., and the utes east 158 poles to a stake in Fos ter's 040 acre tract, thence with said lino north 8 east 325 poles to a stake, tlienca north 74 vot 215 poles t stake and pointer immedi ately on west Muff )ion's Cove, thence north S8 west 140 polos to a large rock with pointers this being t. . Harris beginning corner, thence south 2 west 127 poles to a stake on top of bluff, thence south 88 dog- east 112 poles to a stake above the Walker spring, being corner of Foster's live ' thousand acre tract, thence south 2 west 355 polos to pointers, thence north 88 west with Baxter's line 200 poles, thence north 2 by liaxtei-it Smiley line 485 poles to a stake (r. V. Harris' line, thence with said line north SS deg. west 38 poles to Harris south west corner, thence north 2 deg- east with said line 120 fioles to a stake, P. S- Crii'f ith's S. E. corner, thence with and by(intlithV 1 no in part north ,S8 west 230 poles to a stake and point ers a corner of Foster's five thousand acre tract- Thence south 2 deg west 120 polos to a chestnut with pointers standing on this west side of Gizzard Creek ami north tide of a small branch, thence north 88 de-. west 205 poles to Flemmini;s' Xr. E. cor ner, thence south 2 deg. west with said Flomming's line 435 poles, then north S8 deg. west 20o poles to Hughes' northeast corner, thence of 28 acres out of Tract Xo. 7, clice V alley Uoal it iron U., and the (TreJones-Coppinger tract), also the ', Sequachee Town & Improvement surface right of so much of Tract Xo. Co., for cash. 23, known as John Esselman entry as is in conflict with the Ivilgore entry as shown by the compromise decree here to fore issued in the case of Henry I. .Monroe vs. Kilgore, Minute Hook F, I'ae tilt. These surface rights will not lie sold. Said Lands will be sold first in separate tracts and then as a whole and the sale bringing the highest bid will be accepted. ; Xo sale will be accepted or re ported unless the aggregate sale of the several - tracts or the. whole brings 2O,()0U0O, that being the minimum value placed upon said property. TERMS OF SALE The pur chaser or purchasers will be requir ed to pay one third cash ami the balance in three equal papinents 1 ue in one, two and three years. This Dec. 6,1897. A. L. Pitts, C. & M. THE GAINES' PATENT TUYERE For Which a Patent Was Issued. Nov. 30, 1897. As Sequachee is about to become .famoiis as a'-manufacturing city, it max be of interest to the readers of the News in this wonderfully fav ored Vadev with coal on one side, iron on the othr. nnd eatables (from hominy to hog and lire clay in the middle) to suit the most lastidious taste, to know that in addition to all this we have the honor to be identified with what protnt.-e-i to be a gretit improve ment, il not a ievo uiiou. in mods Xotes with good persona security j mi irn furnac8 prucliCrt j sup will be required of the purchaser t , . . ,. , , 1 , r . i pi ving a copper tuyere ol new do or purchasers, and a hen retained1 " rt on the land to secure said notes, i'11 recently patented by Mr. A. P. Sale free from redemption. I Gains. Supt. T. C, I. it U. 11. Co., And five hundred acres iron ore at South Pittsburg, Teuii.