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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 10 October 1857

Jam NASHVILLE: Satnrday Morning-, October 10, 1857. OfliC4AlJouiiial forPublialiing tlie Post Office better List. Tlie mechanic' a?sir. We continue our notice of articles on exhibition, by lurther mention in the d'partment of inauufiic tureu &e. And as we enter the Hall again, we Cannot forbear to notice more particularly than we have done, the eplcudi.i Llose Carriage of Broad Street Fire Corrpiov No 2, of this city. This beau tiful piece of mechanism was built in Phil idelphia for a Cincinnati Fire Company, and was considered by them bo superior, tint they sent it to the Worli'a Fair at Loudon in 1851. It was greatly admire i there, and received a premium. A'Vrits return to the United States, the Fire Company to which il belonged, became involved In a difficulty witu the iiiunicipal authorities of Cincinnati, an-d the Company was voluntarily disbanded. Iu die. poeiu" of their outfit, numerous applications were made for this cnriige; but an it happened, Capt. Stockell of Broad ...

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. — 10 October 1857

NEW IWRDWAPiE STORE, y II. H. MINCHIN, DEALER IN v HAODWAEE, CUTLERY, GUNS, TOOLS, &c. 18 now opening at h's establishment. No. 4T Mrkfgt'"'' nex door to M, Barn', a large r,d "C,eV ofHrdware,Cctlerv,Gnn,Ae, which b'Jnnd. offering exceeding!- low for Cash, or to prompt dealer. on short time. Anon tho leading artices now on hand aiil be found the fallowing, vix : Pocket and T V O-nlerv. I Double and ?logle barrel shot Carpenters and Blicksmiths' Tools. Axe of every description i make. A UrKe asnrt-rent of Locks H;nees and Screw. ! Flush and Sq 'are Brill. Shovels, Sp les and F rVs. Grindstones, Cranks and Rol ten. Flfl-s aid Pico's. Gurs Mil', Oro Cat and Pit4 Paws. Cotlnn. Wool and Horse Card". Trace, Hltr. Wagon and Lor ChHini. laraes and Collars. Pks and Ma' locks. Ourrv Combs and Horse P.rushes. sept 7 tf FISHER, WHELESS & CO., (Sl'CCESSOPS TO J V,IN?01, ITORNE CO.) CIOTTOV, Tobacco, Str,rTg. General Cnm-nlssfon and y Prnnce Merchants, corner Broad an I Market streets, Na...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 12 October 1857

L NASPILL1 PATRIOT, rCULlSHED , . ....... fjAILY, TKI-WEiKLY & WEEKiTi " ' Bf SMITH, CAMP 6 eft ST. SMITH. CI. C1IIP, THOS. CALllltPia. . r. JOJrS. Office, BYe. IS Deaderlch Btreci. Dally, per loniD, Tri-Weekly, per Annum,. Weekly, per unin ; Ob Weekly for two years, or two eeklies for one year, in advance, s-.Ml 3 Ofl 5 04 TUli WATSOX StO SEWING MACHINE. ABOUT the SOth day of Auguit,I8"6. I was employed by Mesr. Watson, Wooster A Oo., corcDO'-! of Wm. 0. Watson. Morris Engri, and Oeorge H. Wooster. to manufacture fewlnn Machines, which were known at the 'tVatsOTi Ten OolWr Pewirig Machine." That thereallerl recede! a notice from the connrel of O B. Poter and N. Wheeler, mentioned In the annexed copy of Miction. Informing me that the Machines were an Infrinsement opon Letter. Patent -hlch they owned, a-d that .u,ts would be Insituted against me, unless hou. 'i w.tlr settle with them. This notice I h nded to Mr. Wooster, oue of my emDioyers . . , I then' made Investigations to as...

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. — 12 October 1857

i iiwrti i' 1 1 'i agglfarnai fca Cfet ffal)HIf patriot DAILY J8: Tfil-WEEXLY $5: WEEKLY $3 W.HT. SMITH. 1.8. CiKf. THOS. CaLLKHDC. I. f. JONX9. . , SMITH, CAMP &.C0., Proprietors. ; HY. SMITH and IRA P. J0JTES, Editor . OfBee 9fo. lO, t t t t Da4rtk Stre. ' Tle Hog- Cholera. Wlimt I it t I oiereU lne Iteport from the) iriatryland. Slate - Cliemiat. -. From the Baltimore Fun. - Tbe public attention lms been for n long time directed to tbe xister.ee of fearful ma lady amongst bop?, under tbe above name. It has prevailed for more tban a year in tbe larpe distilleries of tbe West and Sontb, 8) veil so in tbe pmall pens of country farmers Id tbe East and North ; it bn committed ceri oos ravage in tbe Southern and Middle Sratec, and early in tbe spring I was called n by the owner of a large distillery bere to attend to bis bogs, which were rapidly d.yinjr. I went at once to ree them, and obtained forenrnina tbe blood of many of tbe bogs in perfect health, for the pnrpoe of comparison...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 12 October 1857

r1 NASHVILLE: Honday Morning, October 12, 1857. Official Jourual for PuMisIiingtlie Post Office Letter List. Notice to Tramieat Advertisers. All transient advertisement in this paper, must be paid f .r at the time they are handed in otherwu-e they will no be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli Very. The Mechanics' Fair. Amongst tbe Maeical Instruments on exhibition at this Fair is a Fiaoo, entered by W. k R. Free mao, which, being a nenr inveotiotj, in prt, la worlbj of iLore than a passing notice. It is from tbe Wallace manulactory, New York, and construct ed on the plan patented by Mr Spencer B. Di igge. It differ materially from the old mode of construc tion. Pianos, as generally made, it is known, are iacased in a frame of great thickness, which is deemed necessary to boar the strain of the strings. In the new instrument the case id not more than half an inch thick, adding considerably to facilities for trmoi-porta lion as well us the sonorous tone of the ioFtr...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 12 October 1857

I .-I I ; ' f 1 i 1 , wmu iftniY 47 ITIAKKET STREET. W1I. Hi HI N CHIN. HAODVARE, CUTLERY GUNS, ...... TOOLS, &c. IS now opening at h's esttnbU.'hment. Ho.il Market street, next door to M. Burns', a large and well selected stock cf Hardware, Cotlerv, Gods, Ac, which he intends offering exceedingly low for Cash, or to prompt dealers on short time. Amon; th leading articles now OQ hand will be found toe following, t : Pocket and T ib'e Cutlery. Carpenters' and Blacksmiths Tools. Axes of every description 4 make. A 1arKe assort-nent of Locks Hinees and Screws. Flush and Sq tare Bolt. Bhovels, fpvles and Frks. Grindstones, Cranks and Rol- lers. Flfl and Pilots. Double and single barrel shot fiur.s Mill, Cro' Cat and Pitt 8a w. Cotton, Wool and Hone Cards. Trace, lialtr. Wagon and Log Chains, 'fames and Collars. Picks and Mattocks. Curry Combs and Horse Brushes. aep4 7 tf riSHER, 7HELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON, HORN 15 CO.) COTTON, Tobacco, Storage. General Commission and ...

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. — 13 October 1857

L 1 HEW YOHIC AOyEBTISEMEflTS NASHVILLE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED ' DAILY, Tlil-WEEKXY & WEEKLY, - . , .. BT SKIT AMP ft Ca W. IIT. SMITH. 1.I. C1XI, THOe. CtLLKDIH. i. r. JO SB. Office, No. 16 Deadericn Street. A I from H, S. SCHELL. late of the firm of B. Otrui A Bcbbix, Unite mates anu nroad Adrertiisisr Agent, Moffat's Building, 8J5 Broad way, Kw York. $8 00 3 00 5 00 THE WAT SOX SIO 8EWIiG MACHINE. ABOUT the 20th day of Augn-t, 186. I vaa employed by Mesr, Watvin, Wooster A Co.. composed of H'm. C. Watson. Morris Kn'gh', and George H. Wooster, to manufacture Sewinii Machine., which were known a the tVatson Ten Dollar Pewing Machine." Thiit thereafter I receive 1 a notice from t'u- counsel of O B. Po-ter ani N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of injunction, informing me that these Machine were an Infringement upon Letters Patent bieh they ownl, d that aims would be Ina'ituted against roe, unless I fhould otherwise aettle wtn Ihera. This notice I huided to Mr. Wooster, oue of...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 October 1857

tJjc llasjjMk patriot. DAlr IS: TBI-WEEZLY 5: "WEEKLY $3 sr. smith. i.a. cur. tbos. callsh dib. i. r.joms. SillTII, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. W. HY. SMITH and ERA P. J02TES, Editor. OfDee Wo- 16, : t t t t DeadeHfst Street. Tron the Southern Literary Messenger. September lleportof mount Vernon As sociation. In preserjtin the report of the Association for the month of September, there i but little of actu al effort to be added to that which has been alrea dy reported. The absence from home of nearly all who have been earDestly euxfgcd in the advancement of th--cause, and the consequent impossibility of extraor dinary or concerted effort among the frionds of the Association, are sufficient to explain this apparent inaction. With these disadvantage?, however, there is a brightrnine prospect ahead, and the strongest ground for believing that a new and fervent inter est is being aroused tr roughont all the Southern States, which ruut speedily end in the conenmma- tion ol the puipo3es ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 October 1857

NASHVILLE Tuesday 11011x1112, October 13, 1857. Official-Journal for Publishing tlie Post Office better l-ist. Notice to Trantlenl Advertler. All transient advertisements in thi. paper, must be paid t t at the time they are handed in-otherwise they will do be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli very. t.eiie ru.1 Assembly. The two Houses bav.Dg accepted an invitation to attend the Slate Fair during this week, the ues eiooa are limited to the morning bueintas. After this week, we suppose the Legislature will as ida ously devote iuelf to the public busiut ss. Iu the Senate yesterday, nothing of importance transpired. Mr. LUiskell introduced s resolution directing the committee on Tippling to report bill to prevent the sale of adultetated liquors. If such a law could be successfully executed, it would Certainly be a boon to many. In the House several bills were introduced and passed on their fir-t reading. Mr. Maney intro duced a resolution raising a committee to ascer...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 13 October 1857

NEW HARDWARE STORE, 4T MAKKET STREET. H. KINCHIN, DEALER IN HARDYARE, CUTLERY GUNS, TOOLS, &c. T8 now opening thlBstaWIhnient.No.4T Martetrtreet, 1 next door to M Burn,', a end. offering r,f I7ir,lar Cnfl.rsr Onn. Ae . wnlcn K a ,( well seieciea "w ilch .mnl exceedingly low for Cash, or to prompt dealers on short ' ' - h.nit will K timA Amntr rh lpudinsf art ice nuw - found the following, Ti : I Double and Single barrel shot Carpenter. tad Blacksmiths' Cut and p;u ga TOOlS. . Wnnl inH Tlnrao f HMcrloUon Cotton, , vi ,-- C tTlU. A lare asortTient of Locks Hinge, an.l Flash and Sq're Bolt . Bhovels. Pp.'es nd F.,rk? Srindstones, Crank and Rol lers. Trace, Halter. Wagon and Lox Chains. -TH'Dei and Collars. Picks and Ma'-tockB. Currv Combs and Horse Brashes. srt J tf j?lfls and Pistols PISHER, WHELESS & CO., fSUCCE'SOHS TO JOHNSON, HORNB CO.) General Commission and ' Produce Merchants, corner Broad n-t Market streets, - Nashville, Tenn., will devote particular " to all business ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 14 October 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, rCBLISHKD DAILY) TKLWEEKLY 4c WEEKLYt BT SMITH, CAMP CO. W. BY. SMITH. l..l.Cl, THOS. CaLLBBBBB. ..t.JO. OOlce, No. 16 Deaderlck Street. Dally, per annum, 500 Trl-Weekly, per annum, Weekly, per annum ZZ," I ' One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one year, in advance, THE WATSOX SIO SEWING MACHINE. ABOUT the SOth day of Augat, 18'.. I m'i by Ueir. Wats-.n, Wooster A Co., compose'1 o m. C. Wat.on, Morris Kn'gh-. and George H.WWW to manufacture Sewing Machines, which wet know" , as the "Watson Ten DolLr Pe.ing Mastane." 1 bat t received a notice from the counsel of O B. Po " Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of "ln,n: Informing me that theie Machine, were an I n! h'""" upon LeVter. Patent - hich they own-d. rt " would he Inrltated .gainst me unless .should otherw,,. tettie w.th them. This notice I bonded to Mr. Wooster, trmaT&gstion. to ...ertain the fact, and . 1 . u I . ', u,,,,i, I be lev el, was ac infringe StUCidT;eMnt an"! "formed .aid Wat.on ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 14 October 1857

atriof. DAILY 8: TRI-WUEXLY $5: WEEKLY $3 W.BT. SMITH. A.I. CAMP. THOS.CALUNDt. I. P. OH8. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors. W. HY. SMITH Aid ISA P. JONES, Editor.. Office Ifo. 16, : : t Deaderlck Street. Bank of tbe Stale of South Carolina Suspended. Telpgraphic deepatches received in this citj thia morning, from Charleston, announce th fupension of specie payments by "the Bank of the State of South Carolina," When we first beard tbia int-lligence, our sur prise was pomewfcat excited, but a moment's re flection convinced op, it was a result to have been anticipated, as among the fixed facts, unless tbe other Bar.ks of Charleston sustained it. The Back of tbe State, has lon; enjoyed a credit it was not entitled to; and being exclusively a S-ate institu tion, and managed by favorites ol the Li?i-Mure, it ha8 been conducted bv a cla-a of polmro-com mercial men, who generally used the Bpk to eub Berve their cwn and tbtir legislative friende pur poses. In other words, they have presum...

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. — 14 October 1857

NASHVILLE: "Wednesday Morning, October 14, 185?. - -' - - - ' Official Journal forPubli-hing: tlie Post Office Letter List. Notice to Tranient Adrier. An transient advertisement. In this paper, must be paid fir at the time they are handed in otherwise they will no be inerted. Transient Job Work must be paid for on deli Very. General Aaaenihly In the Senate uothiug of consequence was dooe yesterday. In the House, the matters of principal interest were, the refcolution. of Mr. Davie and Mr. Rowlep, offered eoroe day since, in relation to the further extension of State aid to internal improvements. Mr. Davie's resolution pledging the Legislature to make no further appropriation was laid on the ta ble, by very nearly a dead party vote, one or two democrats voting aa.net laying on the tabid. Mr. Bowles re?olutioua ol very much the same charac ter, pledging the Eute to meet all its bomis, to carry out its engagements wilb such Railroads as have performed the conditions nnder which thej ar...

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. — 14 October 1857

NEW HARDWARE STORE, 4T MARKET STREET. 7 M ."IT MISc"h I IT, DEALER IN ' HARDWARE, CUTLERY. GUMS, TOOLS, &c. IS now next, openlnir athis eRnbIih-ent.No ;4 01 nwawi, '"" :. ..'.Mol dealers be found the follow tag, vis : Pocket and Tib'e Cutlery. ' Carpenters' an- Blacksmiths Tools. , Axes of every description J make. A lare assort-pent of Locks Hintre and Pcrews. Flush and Hq tare Bolt'. Bhoveis, pIes and F-rs. Grindstone i, Cranks and Rol lers. Fifls and Pis'''. DouVe and Single barrel shot Gur.s Mil', Cros Cat and Pitt Paws. Cotton. Wool and liorse Cards. Trace, Halter, wagon ana LOT Chains. Karnes and Collars. Picks and Mattocks. Curry Comb, and Horse Brushes. sept. T tf FISHER, WHELESS & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO JOIN?ON HORNE CO.) -i AwvAkT . v.--.. qa.4a onprt Cora mission and U PreduV. Merchant,, corn er ad ,,; Nashville, Tenn., will devote particular attention fcall business intra' te l to them. I STEAM ENGINES AND ELLIS & MOORE, HAVING ma ie important add-on to onr mach...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 15 October 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, . ' PUBLISHED DAILY, TULWEEKLY 6c WEEKLY, BT SMITH, CAMP & Ctt 7. HT. SMITH. l.l.Cur, THOS. CALLER Oik. l.t.lOwSS. Office, .o. 16 Denderlck Street. Daily, per an nam 98 00 5 00 3 00 5 00 Tri-Weekly, perannam, Weeiiiy, P" annum, One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for on ear, in advance, SEWING TflACIIIiVE. V BOOT the SOth day of August, 18'6. I was employed j. by .Mim. Wats-o, Wooster A Co., composed of Wm. C. Wauoa. Morris Kngh. and fteorge H. Wooster, to manufacture Fewing Machine, which wen- known as the Watson Ten Dollar Pewing Machine." That thereafter I receive! a notice from the counsel of O B. Po'ter and N. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of injunction, informing me that thee Machines were an Infrinsement upon Letters Patent hich they own), a'd that suits would be ics'ituted airainst me, unless I should otherwise settle with them. This notice I h nded lo Mr. Wooster, oueof my emnloyers I then made investigations to ascertain -the facts, an...

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. — 15 October 1857

f - DAILY IS: TSI-WETSIT $5; ' WEESLY $S . W.BT. SMITB. A.. CiMF. TBOS. CaLLKNDCB. 1. P. JOKES. r - - - - . ' . S2IITH, CAHP & CO., Proprietors. : ... W. HY. SMITH and IRA P. JOJOIS, Editors ,. Offlco No. 16. t I if t J Demderlek Street. Tike EnnhqnaUe at Si. Loul. Inci. ' denti In Connection With II. Prom the St. Louis E Teiiing New, of last Tbors-- day, w copy the following account of an earth quake ja that Ticinltj: Aboiit twenty ttinntB past 4 o'clock this morn ing, a rather severe shock of an earthquake was ex . perienced in St. Louia as also in the surrounding vicinities, likewise for many miles on the Illinois tide. Towards midnight of yesterday a moisture ' began to pervade theatmop'tiere, and finally some what of a dew was formed. This did not incretse in dem-itv until about half-past two o'clock in the r morning, wlien a fog began to gather over the city, . and superceded the dew. It grew gradually thick ; - er and thicker, until about twentv ininutei" pant four, when ...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 15 October 1857

NASHVILLE: Thursday Horning, October 15, 1857. Official J oui nil! loi Publishing tlie Post Office Letter List. Notice to Truukienl Advertiser. All transient advertisements in this paper, nut b paid f r at the time they are handed in otherwise they will no be inserted. Transient Job Work must be paid lor on del very. General Aaaeiublr. But little business of interest was transacted So either House yesterday. Tie Senate passed a bill on triini reading establishing certain civil districts io Ueu Uiod county; bdcI, after amending the reso lotion providin;: for the election of a U. S. Senator so as to set apart the 27th inst., as the day, made it the tp cial ord r for Monday ntt- Seuatora under another resolution, which wae adopted, were aotbonzed to tubecribe for three daily newspapers at the public expense. In the Ioust, the resolution of Mr. Roalee rela tive to State aid to railroads, alter di-cusion was, on niotiou of Mr. RicbaruVon, referred, together with the amendments propose'!,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 15 October 1857

!S i32 NEW IMDWAHE - --'-47 WAHKETSTBKET. H. HI N CHIN, DEALER IX miti rnV fMIMO HAflUVAHc, bu I Ltn I uuioj . . TOOLS, &c. TS now orbing at bis eib!lhment. No. 1 es foorto M. Burns', a large and 1 "'ne'fff ! of Herdwareotlery, Gun Ac, hioM d hort exceedingly IrtieTnow -HI le time. Among the leading artic es now found the fallowing, yi : Poeket and Tible Cutlery. Double and Single barrel shot Gnr; Mil!, Crocs Cat and Pitt Baas. Cotton. Wool and Hone Card". Trare, II alter. Wagon aid l.oZ Chains. 'lumen and Collar". Picks and Mattocks. Curry Combs and Hors Brashes. bpi T f Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools. Axes of every description make. A tare assortment of Lock Hinges and Herews. Flush and Hq are Bolt". hovels, gp les and Firks. Grindstones, Crank and Rol- - tern. pifl- and Pi-tot. - FISHER, "WHELESS & CO., - (8UCCE?SOF3 TO JO'JSSON, HORSE CO.) nnTTOV. Tobacco. Storap. General Comolssion sr. Market strett Nashville, Tenn.. will devote particular '""'Jf.". -' business Intr...

Publication Title: Daily Nashville Patriot
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 16 October 1857

NASHVILLE PATRIOT, rCBLlSHKD ; DAILY) TRI-WEEK.LY k WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP ft CO. If. BY. SMITH. 1.1. Ci, THOS.CALLBBDBB. Office, No. Deaderfc- Street. $8 00 5 04 3 00 S 00 Daily, per annum, .. Tri- Weekly, per annum, &?wkpi7fS? year, in advance, .... "" THE WATSOX SIO SEWING MACHINE. ABOUT the toth day of Augu-t, 18' 6.-1 wa. m!l"d by Mes-r Watvn, Wooster A Co.. composed of Win. 0. Wauon Morri. K.!h, and George H manufacture Sewing Machine,, which ere known ane -Watson Ten Dollar Fe-ing MhiDe. Th at J ber eatter I rece.vei a notice from lb- counsel of O B. Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy Informing me that thee Machine. ' J th?"uit. upon Uefter Patent -hich they owned, a h' would be in. itoted against me, unless I should h"" etile w,tb them. Thii notice I b.nded to Mr. Wooster, oueof my rmoioyers- . .. f t .,. I then made Investigation, to wert aln he I U n4 LWid W eoa ,K -a. --meneed agalestme by , aid .;-r.y charge It and 1 then cea.ed 10 make the Machines; and the in J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Nashville patriot. — 16 October 1857

DULY ,8; TEI-WEEXLY 5: .WEZXLY $3 HT. SMITH. A.. (.CAMP. THOS. CALLKMDEK I. I.JO8. SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietor. W. BY. SMITH and IRA P. JONES, Editor. Office) Wo. 18, Deaderlrk Street. t i i Prof. At&kaiz and Louii Napoleon. Lo'uia Apasri has been favored witb compli ment from LoDis Napoleon, of which he may well be proud, although he declines the honor offered by the French Emreror. The dietir.puished na turaliat has been tendered the choir of Paleontolo gy made vacant at the Museum of Natural History at Pari by the death of the eminent savan M. d Orbigny. The letter from the Minister of Public' Instruction and JtelLion, conveying the offer, Is highly flattt-rinjr. Says Hons Roulana: "You are French; you have enriched your Dative countrj i with eminent works and laborious researches; yoa are a corresponding member of the Ine titute. The Emperor would be happy to restore to t ranee a ais tingaished man of Bcience a renowned Profes aor." It neernB, however, that as dazzling...

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