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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 August 1859

XEItJISt . . -Dally, perannom, ........................ .8 00 Trl-Weekly , per annum, 00 Weekly , per innam, . 0 , one Weekly for two years, of two Weeklies for one year, In advance, I... ... . When the Daily, Trl-Weekly , or Weekly I i leb nsooalinned (paid in advance t the time subscribed tr) ,the subscriber must order, oUiwtMit wi ,utuiae4,atmr option, until paid for and itopped. not .aid, it must be pa.d t the t.me we, or toar .pllon-If the party 14 jood.it will be, 'kemi'i-by matt , in ..rcr.-lr. eur risk. - . Heiu-ljark. ,m VTSCHER. OWEN 0O-, General Advertising ' HoaseTApplefm Building, 34.0 Broadway, . -.. ... New-York. . , . LIGHT ! . LIGHT I I LIGHT 1 1 1 DIETZ & CO., , KABCTACTCEBR. Of mFBOVTO Kerosene, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps GAS FIXTURES, IS TARIOC. "JTYLBS ASP FlStHS. C11AM fi li l E W MAPS TO OKPKB FOB caches, coupes, and r No. 13'a WiUuiin iireei.atJw 1 .- febO try Coleman's London Mustard. r?h nVeta S VarraBu?e5 full weiBbl The 4, 6, and ".'Wr'Su- w.K'te....

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 August 1859

ItasljUillciJatriot. DAILY S3 : TSI-WZEZLT $5 : WEEKLY 3. BT SMITH, CAMP V CO. ST. SMITH, A. B. CSlfF, THOtJ. CAILEHDKB, Ui F. IOI. ' ' W. BT. SMITH, fgiiurt, y ' uu P. jones, Office No, 18 ldericlt Street. . , THURSDAY,, AUGUST .11, 1859. rnW Tlbb w Beaten. - Telegraphic despatches received' la this city from Chattanooga Monday night, an nounced the election of CoL W. IL Tibbs to the Senate by Jive majority. The returns of the district bad been compared at Harrison, we learn from a letter received yesterday by the Central Committee from a gentleman in Chattanooga, and, with CoL Mtxm'a consent, the vote of the Grundy attachment to Sequat chie thrown out- This elected Tiubs by fire Totea. He lelt for home with the understand ing that he was elected. Col. Mlv.ms re mained on the ground. A change was made in the returns, in bis favor, and he was given the certificate ot election. We don't like the appearance of this thing. It looks like a petty trick bad been played npon the Opposition...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 11 August 1859

N AS H YTLL E : THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 111859 Thb Railroad Jcbllee. We would remind mr bubiaese men that the proposed railroad jalilee, if properly gottea cp and managed, will result greatly to their advantage. The fall trade will soon open, and the only thing that is needed to induce the people ot Southern Kentucky to make this their trading point la to invite them here and let them see that it is to their advantage to do bo. But this is a matter that must not be deferred ; if we are to secure the trade of Southern Kentucky, it must be done at once. The people of that section are now afforded an easy mode of access to our city by the railroad, bnt in a short time that road will take them to other ' -cities almost as quickly, and if Nashville does not secure their trade now, those cities will secure it then. But we need not dwell upon this subject : our citizens all understand it .no doubt, and will act in the premises as they think best calculated to promote their inter ela and 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. — 11 August 1859

mm Sbtrjfs x$at3.r txiff's, Sales, Jlttcuol - mm B &lierifl'a Sale. Y virtue ot a venditioni-exponas to tn directed, and dehvired irom the honorable Orctiit Court f Davidson County, Teuietsee, at its Way -Term, 1859, 1 will expo to public tula, to the highest bid der, for cud), at lb Court house Yard, lathe City ef Nashville, op Saturday, the 2oth day of Auguat, 1869, all the right, title, cluiui', interest and estate, .which Samuel W. 40111110 nun then hud, or may bave sicca acquired in aud to the following uetcribed tractof iai.lt, lying Ja the county tit Liavidsoa. fetate of lennescce.in Litricl No. 0. Lot No. 2. In the di. vision ot the lunda of Samuel McMurray , deceased, among bu beira, beginning on outh mu corner of Lot No. 1, in avid division ami rumiiiigr.crtb 13 poles to a ctake, tbence eufct 60 pole to a slake, thence south 163 polea 10 n -stake, tbei.ee weti to the hen in ning, containing ax acres, ueing tho tame lot, piece, or parcel of land- oat of which the dower ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 August 1859

' ; " . " : -r -'M - -- ; '. - ' ; y ; Hosljuillc fottiot.1 " RATES OF ADVERTISING; ' (t iom oa uaa to coCTimre j, sorA 1 Z Ona bquare 1 day 1 COeach Bd'al Insertion 1 44 .- i month a oo - u - . -j 44 2 . . 44 - 9 00 - " , Hi a .'i ij' 44 ' 44 3 " 12 U0 I 44 a la' 44 44 i iim - oa 44 44 12 44 4 00 -'; j0 w WABT AT PIXAfirKB. One square, ore year , $30 each additional square f 10 .Written notice must be given to take eut and stop advertisements if yearly advertiaers before the year expires, otherwise we shall charge till done. No coo trait of yearly ad veniae menu will be dtanon tinned without previous notice to BS.aorwillany charge be made ror Wi tlian one year at the yearly rates. - AdTertlMrsexeeedinethep&cecontiact. D&ilr.Der&nnam. ... Trl-Weekly, periunum, ' 00 WeeklT.Derinnum. 00 One Weekly for two yours, or two Weklie w iorn(iwr,ignvuci, . . PUBLISHED DAILY, TUI-TTEEKLY, AND TVEEKLY, .BY SMITH,' CAMP & CO., KO. 16 DEADEEICK STREET.; hoonlinaed (paid in hItum t ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 August 1859

Ins(;i5illef ntriqt. , DAllttS: lUI-WEEKLY $5: WEEKLY $3. DT SJIITII, CAKIPCO. ' ! em, a. a. caw, thos. uuxnch, ika r. joints. ." , . ' W. HT. SMITH.) .. e . IRA P. JONES, y Office -Xo. 16 Deaderlela Street. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1859. The Bank What will the Democra cy do with theiu. . The democracy La? e succeeded ia electing majority of the members of both branches of the Legislature. This gives tbe party the power to carry out their policy respecting the banking Institutions of the State, Will they doit? npon this sulj.ct, bear tbe Memphis Avalanche, which baa been a consistent advo cate of the September programme of Messrs. Barkis, Johnson & Co. - In its issue of Tues day last, the Avalanche spoke as follows : The Union and Plaxtkiu' Basks and the Leoislatcke. It takes a lab ion able young Miss, before leaving for a fashionliale watering place, about long to pack hi r trunk as it does her father to pack a bale of cotton or a ' hogshead ot tobacco. A huge trunk, a terror to hote...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 August 1859

NASHVILLE: i o .t- FRIDAY MORNING, . . AUGUST 12, 1859 Th Contest a ' the Doa Fennel1 Dis trict. The contest for constable la the Dog Fennel District . between Messrs. EtuRson Emmeiudob and C. D. J. CatskJxs is very close and exciting one. Catseinu, the Impo poeitioa candidate, is the present incumb rance of the office; but we think there ia no doubt that be will bo beaten by Emmkkidqe. Since writing the ' -bore a dispatch has been received here announcing the election of EMMBBnxjB by 46 votes. Later. A. dispatch from Gcbm says: "Catkins is elected by a small majority." Still Later. Wis telegraphs ns: -Emmeb-tdob is ahead, and twenty Toters to hear from. Ton may rely upon this." Of course we rely upon it, Tlie Latest. The proprietor of a watennel lon wagon just in from Dog Fennel reports Catskixs elected by either ten vows or ten hundred rotes, he can't say which. A lUtle Later. A note written on the way bill by the po.-it master at Dog Fennel says the Imposition concede the electio...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 12 August 1859

's S'alfs. 'SJmp. Salts; i&xoctXM; etc. E. Sheriffs sale. .Ui". B0tnl exponas to me directed, . Offinrtd irom tbe honorable Circuit Court Mai? Count7 Tennessee, at iU Mar Term, 1 expose to public Bale, to tile highest bid Iobi at Court luuM Yard, ui tbe City ?I?f, .f"!"'00 Satur,1y ,h 0lJl "y of AugoBti i!i??Vr ,he,r1Khti tiUe. claim, interest and estate, carnuel w. EumunCsun then bad, or may have Biaea acquired in ant to I ho lollowing uescribed ractol land, lying in tbe c only ot Davidson, State Tennessee, in Lislrict No. 6, Lot No. 2, in the di vision of tbe burns of Samuel Ic Murray, deceased, among his heirs, beginning . on tomb east corner of Lot No. 1, in aaid division und running Lorlb 164 poles to a stake, thence east 54 poles to a stake, theuco oath 163 poles to a stake, thci.ce west to tbe begut Bing, containing V& acres, being tbe same lot, piece, or parcel of land out of which tbe dower -r 2W4 acres baa been a signed and allotted to Nancy Wb.ie, being leried on ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 August 1859

' 4 nssiSAaTi RATES OF AD VERTISINgT; (tt ITXFfl tM ,, nn ttflstimllc Itoiot. I ; -. 1 moctbS 00 M u .i ..ftii .., .... a LA OT ' . .' .. ; - -- 4 Aa .$8 00 , ft 00 weekly ,per innam, One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies f Arnn vsar.in tdTinca . When the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or Weekly Bwntlnucd (paid in advance at the timeeubscrtb eo ,) ,the subscriber must order , rw,'e' . tooled ice, or atour opuon. II the party u BaeCce'.-bym.a,.nreg1stered.netterB,ato risk. . . , Hem-T)orh. rom TtSCHER, OWES CO., pnI Advertising House, Appltouuiiunig,o ; New-York. LIGHT! LIGHT! I LIGHT!!! DIETZ & CO., m aiitmotuksrs or mruovKD Ktrosenr, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps GAS t IaTU it. ji. o j 131 T4RIOCS STYLES AD rtSIBB. ABB TO OXDKK FOB CHCRCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS No. 132 William Street, near Fulton, New-York. fcbs try Coleman's London Mustard. Tug attention of Pealerrand Onsamers is partie uUrly called to the superior quality and low pric es of tl.e above Mustard, manufactu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 August 1859

llnsIjtillflJfltriot. SAlLTtS: TEI-WEEKLT $5: WEEKLY S3. : BY SniTII, CAMP & CO. ' arr. surra, A- a. camp, taoa. calixmmsb, iiu r. joswa. W. HT. SMITH, r... IRA P. JONES, Offl -No. 16 Deaderlclc Street. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1859. Tka Aehland District, The Asbland District baa been," as the Op position to the democracy believe, carried, by fraudulent vote, successively for Breckkn bidok, Jim Clat and Sims. They have good reasons for this belief, in the character ot the returns from certain localities in the district, and In the fact that large numbers of Irish men have been permitted to vote under cir cumstances which indicate a deliberate, pre concerted fraud npou the ballot box. , If the Opposition, in that district, have been thus repeatedly disfranchised by fraud, it is high time that they should take steps to protect and, defend their rights. They owe it .to themselves and to their country to expose to the light of, day the corrupt and wicked means which have been employed 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. — 13 August 1859

NASH V ILLE: - - SATURDAY HORNING, AUG. 13, 1859 Th Election to-dat Let it be borne i.i mind that the election fur Attorney General and Reporter comes off to-day. Alter tli exciting contest through which the people have just past, it cannot be expected tb&t they will take much interest in this election and the vote will be comparatively naallj This ought not to be eo, however ; for the office of Attorney General and Reporter i one of no little imnortaiice. The duties of the position are more difficult of performance, In fact, than those which devolve upon the Governor of the State, and the people owe it to themselves to see that no man reaches the offu. who in incompetent to a proper die charge of its duties. There are quite a number of candidates in the flVld; with the character and abilities of each our readers are mostly familiar; and as we have heretofore expressed a preference for none of them through these columns, we will maintain ' our neutrality to the last. Every man w...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 13 August 1859

Sdtrif s! 'Sales; a. B --- : - Mierf fl's tale. Y virtu ola venditioni exponas to me directed) aud delivered trom the honorable-Circuit Ootirt oi Davkiscn County, T.tn, at its Way Term, 1559, 1 will expo Ui fliblic sale, lo the highest bid der, lor tath, at the Court lioue Yard, lu Uie City ot Nashville, on tetitnrday., tbe 1Mb day of August, 16"., ail- the riglitj title, claim, Hi term and estate, which i-aruuel v . Eumunoaon ILcn bud, or may luve since acquired in anil to tbo following; -ocac-ribed tra t of laxd, lying lb tbec.uuty ot IaWou, but of lennesfee.ln 1 nlrict No. 6, Lot No. il, to tbe di vision of the lanes of t-amuci iicjiurray, deceased, among bis heirs, bfgii.n ng ou otitli tun Corner of Jxrt No. 1, in said diva-ton and running north ICS poles to a, slake, tbeoce eaal 64 pules ! a stuke, iliet.ee South lt3 poles to a stoko, tbei.ee west to the begin ning, containing " ncrtr, being the same lut, puce, or parcel of laud out of winch ibe dower oi Z'J acres bas been a si...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 August 1859

: .f. HATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 (TBt LOTS OX 1CSS T OOKIITTTTV A .. . - . - --" "W M.KW. I w cu,.ar x uay i w eaea se'al Insertion A WWl,4 reek, a 00 each ad'al squar -ill 44 4 SO 44 44 " i J? lontheOO, I X. al A r1 li Z 1 " 1 month ' ; TEHJISt ' Daily, perannum, ................ --$8 GO ; Tri-Weekly, per annum, ft 00 . Weekly, per tenuis 09 U' OneWeeklyforlwQyears,or two Week-lies forooe year, in advance - . ' When the Daily , Tri-Weekly , or Weekly! to iM Uicontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribes ir) .the subscriber must order, otherwira it wiiioe intinued.utour option, until paid lor sad wPPa it pa d , it must be paid at tb. time d.wont.nu. ice.or atour opUon. If the party good ,i willbe - 'Reme.'by mall ,in 44r.glsteredletSer,aour . risk. ' ' '1 4 M M 00 t j a . 12 oo ' " " 5 44 18 CO " -; v" : as 44 i 00 i i w uxnuui ii ruimn. 10 M PUBLISIIED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY, AND "WEEKLY, BY SMITH CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEEICK STUEET. I One square, or e year ,t-30 each additional s...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 August 1859

HflsljDille Jlfltriot, DAILY $8; tSI-WEEZLY $5: WEEKXTI3. BT S7IITII, CAMP & CO -. bt. smith, a. a. cmxt, thos. uiuibu, ui . joam W. HY. SMITH Etfitor. IRA P. JOM3 Office Ho. IB Keaderlclc Street. MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1859. We commend to the attention of Ibe reader the card of Col. W. IL Tibbs, and ,' the accomping remarks of the Athens Poet Col. Tibbs is the legally elected Senator from '""the Chattanooga District, and we Khali be surprised if the seat is not ; given him by the Senate, when he appeals to it lor a decision. ' From the Athens Post. Tbe Eighth Senatorial Dlatrlct. The Card below from Wm. II. Tibrs, Esq., ! explains itself.. But in seudiDg it to the public we must accompany it with a re mark. The county of Sequatchie was created by the lat Legislature ,by taking territory from Hamilton, Bledsoe and Grundy." The Constitution plainly and specifically pro vides, and every intelligent man is presum ed to know tbe fact, that where new connties are created, until the next ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 August 1859

NASHVILLE: MONDAY MORNING, ADGUST 15, 1859 Mayoralty. , ' " We are authorized to announce GODFREV M. TVX, Esq., as a candidate for Mayor at the eaauktg election. A Blast frox dowji thb Rrnau Oar friend and fellow-citizen of the Dover fmfMi genoer grows as mad as a March hare at thft litUe hit of pleasantry we indulged ia over bis afe-urd abuse I CoL Eeix, and pours into oa halt a coiuraa of indignant rebuke and unwholesome advice. We eay nwholsorne advice, because it is impossible that a small rnaa ia a very large passion Bhould fce capa ble of giving aoy ther oert. Among other things, he advises as to join tbe Democratic paTtyJ . Ym ongbt to be ashaaied of yoar.lf," said a gatrnlow old lady onoe to a profane old bachelor captain of a Cumberland River steamer, "ye ovght is e ashamed -of your self to be without a wife at your tic of life lt rue advie you to starry at once." "I had better fee ai&areed of maacJy an-dam,'' aid the Captain, to whom the old lady was a bore,0 thaa have...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 15 August 1859

B T ,- frlierlll'g Sale. --Jr-t01 v""tJOU' pona to me'dlrected, rB Oet"-'rom u.e lioi.on.ble Circuit Court XtKa t ConntV Tennewee, at iU Mar Term, ii. 1 wU1 l-P0 " public sale, to the highest bid ' ul?rffb' ' Court ous Yard, in tli City " io!.''' ktWay, "he Sinli duy of August, ' "nsbi, title, clnMii, iutertet and estate, whk:h barauel W. fcrrnun. kjq then had, or may lute Bince acquired la and to the fallowing cescribed tract ol laud.lj ing the e. -tint y ot l;andson, Sfa of Tenui-8e,iu lutriclNo. 6, Lot No. 2, in tbe di vision ot tb lunds of tainuel Ale Murray .deceased, among Lut heirs, beginning ou tooth fuel corner of Lot No. 1, in aald oivitxju and running Lorib 163 poles to a etake, thence east 66 pole a tu a stake, thence .south 103 poles io a aiake, tnei.ee west to the tcy tu ning, containing 42 acres, being the tame lot, p ece. or parcel of land cut of which the dower ol 2Uj acres bus been assigned aud all:tU'd to Nancy While, being levied on us the property of batnuel W. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 August 1859

RATES OF AD VERT1SIKG. " .. " - - - , , ; (m una ok tcaa to oomnnni i aqvAK.Yj : One buire 1 day (I tiO each ad 'ai insrrtiun t 19 ' - 44 1 week, a 00 each adal square - 1 fce " ,m ii j 4 60 4 u u f ow m u i month 6 00 " " 9 oo r . - 4 19 ' -v S ' ' t 4i 11 UO ' 44 ' t On .ft 5 t 18 00 44 : S OO It u ja m 24 00 4 " . ; 4 i . : 10 00 ' ' KkXEWABL at riKAf CBS. - a One square, oi e ytar.t-to each additional square (10 ' - Written notice must be given to take out and Moa adTertisemeBta f yearly advertsers bolore the year expires, otherwise we shall charre till done. ' No contract of yearly advei'MeemeBU wui be diacoa tinned without previous notice to us, cor willauycbarge be made for less than one year st the yearly rates. 4VAdTertiar i exceeding tie space eon tr at U ed for will be eharfredfor the excess. -V : toljDilU patriot. - TKlil-ISt ' : Dally, per tnnnm, i.:.; . .$ 00 Trl-Weekly .pcrennum, 8 00 Weekly , per innam, 3 00 One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies foroneyear,inadva...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 August 1859

Hos()Dillcii)ntritit; ... " . ., M i - JJAI1T $8 : TRI-WEEKLY 5 i WEEKLY $3. BY S.THTII, CAMP & CO.' ' V. BY. SMITH, A. S OHP, THOS. CaLLXXDKH, IU F . WKB. ;. , tT. BY. SMITH, 1 aitor,. 1EA P. JONES, ;auOT- . - Cfflee . 16 Jiemderlck Street. TUESDAY. AUGUST 16, 1859. Tennessee Elections., The loss of a majoxity of the delegation iu Congress is a very Berioaa Wow to tbe Demo cracy of this State. It makes tbem too sad to rejoice with any degree of beartioes'S over what tbey Lave Bccured in tbe olber elections. The ' condition of affairs in the Democratic camp is such that there is good reason to be lieve tbey cannot unite at Charleston, and that one or more candidates will be in the field for tbe Presidency. In sucb case, if there is no union of tbe Opposition on one candidate, the election will probably be thrown into the House. Tbe reenlt in Ten nessee gives tbe vote of tbe State in tbe House to the Opposition. No wonder then tbe democracy here aie too sad to rejo'ce. But they a...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 August 1859

J I 1 r NASHVILLE: TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1859 Mayoralty. ASsf We are authorised to announce S. N. HOL, UXGWOItTH as a Candidate for Mayor of Nash ville at the er,ning election. aug26 te Jt3 We are authorized to announce GODFREY M. FIGG, Esq., as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing election. " BANQUET OX THK J OHM A. FkiHER. Capt. Milt. Anus's new boat, tbe Jhn A. Fkhkb, made ber first lauding at our wharf laet Saturdaj evening, and l;ft at 4 o'clock P. M., yesterday for Cincinnati. Tbis boat, named iu honor of our worthy and popular fellow-townsman, John A. Fisueb. E.q., of the fii ia of Fishek, V'hLES3 &. Co., forward ing and commission inerchstnte, is a handsome craft, and with her name and btr efficient and popular officers to give her prestege. she can eet fail to command as much custom from business men and the traveling public as the cares to receive. She will ply regularly be tweeu this port nd Cincinnati. Capt. Aikix iavited a number of his friends, including seve...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville patriot. — 16 August 1859

SljcrifT's Salts. ItJljalesalc raaruSe (0r0fcrit5,utf. QltlS, (Erdnspnrftttion; SerifsSales. ' B Slier ill's hale. T virtue ol a venoitioni exponas to me directed, and deb vt red from the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson County, Teuuessee, at its May Term, i If 59, 1 will cxpote tu public sale, to tbe highest bid- 1 der, for cash, at ti.e Court hout-e Yard, id tbeCiiy of Nashville, on Saturday, tbe SOtb day of August, 188, all tbe right, title. cLioi, mtertsl and estate, which Saniuel W'.umui.suD then had, or may have iocs acquired In aud tu tbe following uescribed tract ot land, lying in the County ot Lakiosou, but "of Tennessee, in district Xo. 6, Lot No. 2, in tbe di-t vision of the lane's of Samuel llcMurray, deceased, among bh heirs, beginning on ioulU eu.ni corner of Lot Ku 1, in said division and running north 163 poles to a stake, thence east 55 pules tu a etake, thence Sooth 1UJ poles to a stake, tbei.ee west to tbe begin ning, containing 4J acr s, being the tame lot, pu...

Publication Title: Nashville Patriot
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