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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 6 October 1857

iYX NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED DAILY, TRa-WEEKJLY fc WEEKLY, BT ' ' SMITH, CAMP & CO., W.HY.SMITU, .. S. CA.Mr, TBOS. CALLCHDCB. t.r.JOMM. Office, No. 16 Deaderlea. Street. Dally, per annum, . $8 00 Trl-Weekly, per annum, 5 Weekly, per annum 3 w One Weekly for tiro yean, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 SEWIiVG MACHINE. ABOOT the 20th day of Augut, 18'o. I was employed by Messrs Watson, VVooster k Co.. composed of Wm. C. Watson Morris Kn'gh', and fteorge H . Woosfer, to manufacture hewing Machine, which were known as the Watson ten Dollar Fewlng Machine." That thereafter I receive! a notice from th eounel of O B. Po'ter and N. Wheeler, mentioned In the annexed copy of InJ-inctioo, Informing me that thee Machines were an infringement upon Letter Patent bieh they owoee". a'd that tuiu would be ins ituted against me, unless I should otherwise settle with them. This notice I n nded 10 Mr. Wooiter, oueof tnv emnloyers I then made in vestigations to ascertain the faets. a...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 6 October 1857

DULY 18; TEI-WEEKLY $5: WEEKLY $3 W.BT.8XITH. A. 8. CAMP. THOS. CALLUBDBA. I. P. JOKES. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietor!.' W. HY. SMITH and IRA P. J01TES, Editor.. Office Wo. 18, t t t t t Deaderlok Street. From the Knoxville Register. John Ulilchel The Irials Poltroon. For the first lime, I believe, eiDce I announced myself as Ed-tor of thU piper, I address raj self to its readers this week, in the first person, singular. My text is the name that bends this article, and my purpose i9 to make the article so clearly aDd da signedly personal, that there can be no mistaking . its application. I hare essayed the unpleasant task of unmasking a white-livered wretch, and if my readers will follow me to the end, I will exhibit him, in the light of truth, as knave, coward, scoun drel, asaaa8iu. On Tuesday roornfn?, while returning from the Postoffice witu my mail, I bad stopped at the cor ner of Gay and Cumberland etreeto, (the Lamar House corner) and entered into conversation with a small...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 6 October 1857

NASHVILLE: Tuesday Morning-, October 6, 1857. OfficialJournal forPublisliiug the Post Office Letter .List. General Assembly The General Assembly of Tenoef-eee conven ed at the Capitol in this city yesterday. John O. Bcech, Esq., of Hamilton, was chocen Prehident of the Senate, and Chablib Stone, Esq., Principal Clerk. Gen. Dan'l. S. Donkl bon was chosen Speaker of the House, and Robt. W. Hatwood, Esq., Principal Clerk. At this stage of the proceedings both llousea ad journed to this morning. ITIccli&iilc's Fair. The annual exhibition of the Mechanic's Insti tute commenced last night. The attendance v.s good, ami the articles on exhibition vsritd .and at tractive. We shall epuak of them iu detail Lire after. The Historical Society of Tennecaee wiH -meet a the Capitol this ufteruoou al 8 o'clotk. Members will please be punctual iu tber atten dance. Thc "Floba McFLiMSKYi." The N. Y. Express of tbis morning su;geis that M'us Flora McFliui eey ouUt to take iu 6ail until the hard time...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 6 October 1857

"S i NEW HARDWARE STORE -r 41 MAnKETSTBEET. ' ; rWM. H. MIKCHIIT, ' ; ' - ' DEALER IN HARDVARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, &c. 18 now opening atht.estabUshtnent.No.4T Market itreet, next door to M. Barns', a large and wtll selected I stoca of Hardware, Cotlerv, Guns, Ae., helntend. offering exceedingly low for Cath. or to prompt dealers on snort time. Among the leading articles now on band wui be found the following, vis : Pocket and Tible Ontlery. Double and Single barret shot Oucs Mill.Cro'S Cat and Pitt Saws. Cotton, Wool and Horse Cards. Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools. Axes of every description 4 make. A larne assortment of Locks. Hinges and Screws. F!uh and Sqiare Bolt. Shovels, gpales and Forks. Grindstones, Cranks and Hol lers. Jtlfl and PMtols. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Log Chain. Hames and Collars. Picks and Mattocks. Curry Combs and Horse Brashes. sent. T tf FISHER, WHELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO J0HN8OV, HORNK CO.) ZIOTTOV. Tobacco, fitorao-e. General Commission an V...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 7 October 1857

"3 NASHVILLE PATRIOT, . ; PUBLISHED - 'r DAILY, TBI-WEEKLY Ae WEEKLY, BT SMITH, CAMP A- CO., W. BT. SMITH, l.l.Ctur, TH03. CALLBaDSB, . t. J0BE3. Office, No. 16 Deaderlck Street. ' Daily, per Annum. .........-... - ' 93 W) Tri-Weekly, per annum, 5 00 Weekly, per annum, 3 00 One Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, 5 00 THE WAT SOX SiO SEWING MACHINE. A BOOT the 20th day of Augn'f, 1S.:6. I was employed hy Mesrs Watson, Wooster A Co., composed of Wm. O. Watson Morris Knfgh, and George H. Wooster, to manufacture Sewing Machine i, which were known as the " Watson Ten Doll ir Fewing Machine." That thereafter I received a notice from the eouocel of 0 B. Potter and N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of injunction. Informing me that thee Machines were an infringement npon Letters Patent hich they owned, ard that suits would be los'ttated against me, unless I should otherwise settle with them. This, notice I hindtd to Mr. Wooster, one of my employers' I then...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 7 October 1857

Cljf gasl)HIf ) at viol .DAILY S; TBI-WEEKLY, $5: . "WEEKLY $3 W.HT. SMITH. JL.I.C1MF. THOS. CALLEKDKa. I. r. JOKES. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. W. HY. SMITH and IRA P. JONES, Editors. 7 Office No. 16, s t , t Deaderlrk Street. ' ;, From the New York Herald, Sept. 0. The Turf Tlie Ialiion ton roe-The , 1'onr llile Day-a Great Crowd, but not . Ureat It ace. - We ncTer remember to have seen, since the great race between Boston and Fashion, a larger aFsem bliRe of people than graced the Fashion Cour.-e .yesterday. To attempt to enumerate the numbers present will be out of our power, for their narue . was legion. From an early hour in the rooming ontil a short time b. fore starting the horses the "crowd was imber'tug fast, audi b two .V!oci wwy available spot within the enclosure wis occu- pied. There were more ladies on the (.land than . were ev r before seen ia attendance at a race course . in America at least in the North and notwith standing the intereH of the great event of...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 7 October 1857

NASHVILLE: ' "Wednesday Morning, October 5, 1857. Official J ou nalforPublisliingtlie , Post Office better List. Klaaouic Addrcii. An adJreis will be delivertd belore the M. W Grand Lodge of Tennessee, Free and Accepted Masons, by the Grana Orator, Rev. A.J. Baikd, of Wiuchenter, on this afternoon at 3 o'clock, it the 2ad PresbjUrian Church. AH members of lb Masonic Fraternity, in good standing, are invited to join in procession. By order of the Grand Lodge, C. A. FULLER, G. Sec'y. Ceueial Assembly. Both branches of the General Assembly com pleted their organization during the morning ses sion yreterday, the dominant party having by the intervention of King Caucus, been restricted to one candidate for each office. The Senate ci.ose'J. W. Roberts, Assistant CJerk, R. K. Marfb, Door'Keeper, and J. K. P. Gammon, Messenger, The House chose S. 41. Ewing firtt assistant Clerk, atid James C. Carlock engroasicg clerk; M. VV. Nel son aiid 1r. Fine, door-keepers. A joint commit tee was appoin...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 7 October 1857

1 11 NBIF HARDWARE STORE, - 4T JIAKKET STREET. DEALER IX - HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, &c. TS now opening at Ms 'sWiment0-4T.vcuTtk 1 next door to M. Burns', a large and 1 !'edff"" of Hardware, Cutlery, Gun 5, Ac, b,chthV" !dS0 exceedingly low for Cash, or to prompt dealers o n she ,rt time. Anon the leading article, now on hand will be found the following, nc Doable and Single barrel shot Gor.s Mil', Cros Oat and P:U 8a wi. Cotton. Wool and Horse Cards. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Loz Chains, flames and Collars. P cks and Mattocks. Carry Combs and Horse Brashes. sent T tf Pocket and T ible Cutlery. Carpenters' aod Blacksmiths' Tools. Axes of every description J make.' A larn assortment of Locks. Hinges and Screws. F!ah and Sq 're Bolt-. Shovels, Spales and Forks. Grindstones, Cranks and Rol lers. Rlfls and PWoIs. FISHEE, WHELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON, HORXE CO.) CIOTTON, Tobacco, Storage. General Commission and Produce Merchants, corner Broad an I Market streets. N...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 8 October 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED . " DAIf.Y, TKI-UXEULV & AVEEKLY, BY - SMITH, CAMP & Ctt W. BT. .-ITU. t,.t.Ci, THOS. CAM-BUB". I. r. i0t3. Office, No. 16 Deaderlck Street. Dally, per annum. ' ... $3 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 Tri-Weekly, per annum,.... Weekly, per annum One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, SEWLTi IUACII5IVE. ABOUT the 20th dav of August, 18 6. I w employed hr Hes-r Win n, Wonicr A C .. cornpo-e I of vvm. C. Watson Morrill Kn gM. and George H. Huoster.to Dianufaclare Sevin;.- Machines which were known a. the " Watson Ten Uoil.r ?eing Machine." That thereafter I reee vol a notice from the couoiel of 0 B. ro tir an i r. Hh ;les men i .ntd in lhe annexed copy of irj 'UCt.on informing me 'hat the.e Machine, were an infringement upon Letter! Patent -hich they own-d, a d that au.u VilJbe In. IfiteJ against me, unless I should Othere.se settle wta them. Ti.i notice I h nded lo Mr. Wooster, Oiieof my emooyeTa .,.., - - I then -aie ir.vesti,Mtions ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 8 October 1857

gftBPUW mMLL. SU U. XiM ljc l'asl)Hlf patriot. DAILY $8: TBI-WEEXLY $5: "WEEKLY $S W.BT. SMITH. A.8.CAMP. TH08. CALLKKDEB. I.P.JOMES. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. "W. HY. SMITH and IRA P. JOKES, Zditon. Office Wo. 10, t i i : Deads-rlck Street. Heavy Drfulcaiiou of mi 'fllccr of the Sunday School Union The defalcation of Mr. Frederick W. Porter, of Philadelphia, who has for thirty jma held the re sponsible post of corresponding BecreUrj of the American Sunday School Union, ia announced. The following card hag been issued by tt.is inatitu tioD, explanatory of the defalcation: It is ascertained that Mr Fredrck W. Porter, for thirty yeais correypomiifie secretary of the American Sunday Sthool Union, and ee. cuch haT infr a general oversightof its business transactions, baa issued coles and acceptance for hi private purposes, without the knowledpe or authority of th board, or of any ot it. officers, to the amount of t8S,883 09. These notes and cceptauce8 were BigDed i y Mr. Porte...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 8 October 1857

JSAbHVILLE: Thursday Morning:, October 8, 1857. OliiciaU uuiual furPublislaiug the I'ost Office better JList. General Afcnbly. A resolution w.s adopted j both Uousee yes terday to provide for a Convention to-morrow to count the toi for Governor. In the Senate bi!U to aiueud the charier of the Franklin Cullege and Stooe'a river turnpike compioy; to allow consta bles to levy fear; ud to repeal the aastewmeot law, parsed on first reading. Iu the U,uie, tiilh to reslore the tippling !ni; to repeal the county jude U; to repeal the reve nue act of last session; to prevent useless up -nse in" litijaiioii, Le., pissed on firH reading; and a resolution appointing a committee, consisting of Men-ra. Alg. e, Wilson and Maney o wait upon the cl r-y of lh,i city and invite them to open the de liberations of the House daily with prayer, was adopted The pro -ee.linps thu far in iic ite an eager de sire ou the part of members to rid the statute book of the County Jalgi and Assessor lawf; both o whic...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 8 October 1857

1 v lUHrtll - ,4 ? s IT WAnKCT STIIRCT. fc -i - - j- t r. xotru-inn- r W 11 : H . HINCHIN, ' HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, .TOOLS, Ac. T8 bow opening at hrse8:bliihcaent. No. 4T Market street, a- nx' door to If. Barns', a large and wi 11 elected moc of Hardware, Cutlery, Guni, Ac , which he intends offering exceedingly low for Cash, or to prompt dealer on short time. - A-nnnc the leading artic es now on Land will be launa me following-, yi : Packet and T b' Cutlery. i Carpenters' and blacksmiths' r ' Tools. , , Axes of every description & ruske. - A lar.e assort-ieni of Locks Hinges and Screw. , Fluh and Sq ire Boll-. ' -Shovels, Pp. lei and F rV. Grindstones, Cranks and Hoi lers. FlfJ- and Pistol. . DoaWe and Jingle barrel hot Gor Mil', Cro- Cot and Pitt Aiwi. Cotton, Wool and Uotie Cards. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Lot Chains, fames and Collars. P cka and Mf .tocVi. Curry Combi and Horse Brashes. sen 7 tf FISHER; WHELESS & CO., (8UCCESSOES TO JOaNSON, HORN- CO.) . "LOTTOS, Tobacc...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 8 October 1857

0 TO Tilt lUSIimiE PATRIOT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1857. ItJEN.MAf, MESSAGE OF (iOV. AND. JOHNSON, Exkcctivk Diparmekt, ) October 6, 1807. O'entlemen of the Senate and House of Repreeentatlvet : It has again become ray duty, as Governor of the State, to submit for your consideration such meas THK ACTUAL INDEBTEDNESS OF THE STATE. Internal Improvement Bonds, bearing In'erest at the rate of SSi per cent., -Internal Improvement Bends, " ' " "5 per cent., - - Union Bank Bonds, ' " " " 5 per cent., - - Bank of Tennesseee, " " " " 6 per Cint., - Male Capitol Bonds, " " ' "6 per cent., - - Purchase of Hermitape, - -- -- -- -- -- - State of liability for Bonds endorsed for and loaned to Railroads, Turnpike Com panies and to the State Agricultural Bureau. Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road, " r do for Cleveland and Chat. Rail Road, East Tenn. and Ala. hail Road, fca.it Trim, and (ia. Railroad, do for Cleveland and Chat. R. P.., Memphis and Charleston R. B., Memphis and Ohio R. R., Tenn. and A...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 8 October 1857

by their withdrawal will be supplied by the capital ists in furnishing exchange for the commercial wants of the community, and money in the proper sense of the term, sufficient to purchase all the sur plus product of the country. This will follow as naturally and as certainly as water will find its level or the surrounding atmosphere supply and 11 up a racnum when created. The strongest objection now urged to the wind lag up of the Bank of Tennessee is, that it is nec essary as a fiscal agent for the State, to receive its revenue and disburse the same, to pay the interest on the State Bonds that have been issued, or may hereafter be issued. This objection when examined and reduced to a practical test ceases to have aiiy force or solidity in it whatever. I would most re spectfully suggest that all the duties nov performed by the Bank of Tennessee as a fiscal agent in re ceiving and disbursing the revenue of the State and paying the interest upon Stats Bonds, can be per formed by the ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 9 October 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, " - PUBLISHED " DAILY, TBI'WEEKLY & WEEKLT, , , BT " . ' " SMITH, CAMP Si CO. ' W.HT. SMITH, i. I. Clir, TaOg. ClLlHOIk. 1 , Office, No. 16 Deoderleli Street. 1. . JOKI Daily, per knaum, Trl-Weekly, per annum,. ... weekly, per annum, One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, . ............ (8 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 TUE WAT SOX SIO 'SEWING MACHINE. ABO0T the 20th day of August, 186. I wm employed by Mes-r. Wauin. Wooiter A Co., couiDO-ed of Wm. C. Watson. Morris Knight, and fleorge H. Wooster. to manufacture Ifewing Machine, which wer known a the Watson Ten DclUr Fewing Machine." That thereafter I reeeived a notice from th counrel of O B. Po'ter and N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of injunction, informing me that thee Machines were an infringement npon Letter Patent bich they owned, a'd that auiU would be tosituted against me, unless I should otherwise settle wth thm. Thi notice I handed to Mr. Wooiter, ou of my employers ... I th...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 9 October 1857

t-.: f 2. tTfjc ffasptf If nintst. DAILY ?8: TBI-WZEXLT 5: WEEKLY $3: W.HT.SXITK. 1.1. ClXr. THOS.CALLKNDKR. 1. r.JOXES. SMITH, CA1TP & CO., Proprietors. W. BY. E3HTH and IRA P. JONES, Editor. Office No. 16. t t : t DeadeHek Street. ' Ylte xKewt froiu India. - By the Arabia, arrived yesterday morning, vfe have telegraph advices from Madras to 17th ind Calcutta to tLe 10th of August. The news is important. Part of it is positive and may be relied on. The Governor General has at length disarmed, his body gnard, the fin6t cavalry regiment in the Indian army, consisting of picked men, maDy of whom have served for years. The order was ouex ected, but was fri'ently obeyed- ' All the depi ts of arms and munitions in .Calcutta wtie diiigeDtly guarded, as an oat break was expected on the occasion of the approstch ng Mohammedan festival. Of the two British armies in Bengal, one that en camped before Delhi had nor taken the place; the other under General IJavelock after marching to within ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 9 October 1857

NASHVILLE; Friday MorningY October 9, 1S57. Official Journal for Publishing tlie Post Office Letter L.mt. y Xbe .Tlecbanlc's InetItut- Fair. oince the opening Monday mgnt tne uaur haa been attended by large crowds of vieitore, citizens and etranger, who Iiave teen much gratified with tlie display of articles on exht- bition. The first flo r of the spacious store- room, coniams some specimens 01 uiecuamuai . . t work, wincti are uigruy creaitaDie. we are . . ii a a TTT . . surprised at the paucity ot entries in tnia Jine, considering tnat it is a aiecnanic s r air. rui, . . a ;.,.'- a. t r, without further comment, we proceed to make a note of some of the M things to be seen. CASTINGS AND MACHINERY. There is several eyecturtaa of cast iron fence manufactured by An-Jrew Anderson Co., and entered by Mr. Wm. Stewsr, which are well made and highly creditable to the skill of the manufacturer?. In t!.i line. Mr. T. M. Brennan exhibits a panel of compound fence elegantly finished, and a hig...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 9 October 1857

I 4MB -KBIF HARDWARE STORE 4T MAItKDT STUEET. . WH. H. MI N CHIN, DEALER IK HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUMS, , TOOLS, &c. IS now opening athi establifhment.No.47 Market street, next door to M. Burns', a large aDd well 'elected stocc of Hardware, Cutler?, Guns, Ac, which he intends offering exceedingly low for Cash, or to prompt dealers on short time. Among the leading articles now on band will be round the following, v.x : Poeket and Ttble Cutlery. Double and Single barrel shot Guns Mill, C0"s Cat and Pitt Saws. Cotton, Wool and Horse Cards. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Loi Chain. Tames and Collars. Picks and Ma'.tocks. Currv Combs and Horse Brashes. t T tf Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools. Axes of every description A make. A lare assortment of Locks. Hinge an1 Screws. Flush and Pq tare Bolt. Shovels, Spi les and Fnrks. Grindstones, Cranks aod Boi lers. Bifl and Piota. riSHER, WHELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JOHNgOV, HORNE CO.) COTTON, Tobacco, Storage, General Commission and Produce Me...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 10 October 1857

a 1 NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED - . ' DAILY,TRI'VEKLT & WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO. W. BT.1X1TU, 1.1. TU08. GALLSNPXH. . 3011. Office, No. IS Oeaderlca. Street. tHM&, Dally, per annum. 8 00 5 4 3 og 5 00 Trl-Weekly, per annum,... Weekly, per annum, ............ One Weekly for two y ears, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, THE WAT SOTS StO S E W I r G HI A CHINE. BOUT the 20th d:v of Augat, 1S"6. I emnloyed A by Heir Watt n, Woosler A Co., composed of Vm. C. Wmon Morr:s Khighi. and George M. Woosier. to oaiufHCtire Sewina Machine, whicii were known n the Watson 'en l:'.lr lewiag Machine." That therralterl receive i a notice from th counsel of O B. Po'ter and N. Wheeler, menj-ned in ihe annexed copy of injunction, informing me that the e Machines were an Infringement opon Letter? Patent hich thry owned, a d that suits would be Ins ituted raintt me, unless I should otherwise etile with ihera. This notice I b nded to Mr. Wooster, oueof my employers- . , I then -.ail...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 10 October 1857

1 jc !!Tnsljbt on DAILY $8; TEI-WEEXXY $5: WEEKLY $3 i W.KT.IXITli. A.S. CAMP. THOS.CtlltDDIt. . . JO-IS. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. W. HT. SMITH and IRA P. J07TES, Editors. - ' oWiow IVo. 1, s J j t I Idrlc Ntrrrt- From the Montgomery (Ala.) M.i'. Pcabod)'n t'xrin in Itiisell County. "Who th Ht ha ' read the papers" during the Jest f w year, (les not fefl a desr to visit the Epl'.inted Far-n of Chaim-rs A. Peabody, E-q. Bern? in ColnnU'ii4--, Gl, on Snturday t, fri. n1 irf irtneil n- tint lie was goirrer, to Mr. PeahodyV, and that Mure watt a vacant B?at in his l'Utfy. Jntnin af the chance, we juni"fl into the b iggy at 6 o'clock, a. rn., and at 7 o'chx-Jt wk rull4l nt, nt t,e farm, which is about fi ve miles V ' V. frm Colnm n, on the Alrttvirm sile of t lie river. We v,ere met and welcomed hv Mr. Peahody in front of a lari-e sni cotnmrwHo'm man-ion un .leryoirg the finishing process, recently erected f i r hirn hy Messrs. Moktmn & Bai'RRNGER, JSuilder, of Columbus. I...

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