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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 September 1854

t HVIL NASHVILLE, TFNN: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1854. VOL. XXY. NO 385r LE UNION AND AMERICAN: !?. r UNION AND AMERICAN. ; OEFICE NosTo anil 11, DeaderkU Street. THE WEEKLY L'NION AND AMERICAN Is famished to subscribers &t the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. J2 0; within the year?3 00; at the end - sf the year $t 00. Clow Or five and upwards ?2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of snbserlbeni will be re ceived Lr sir months at the foregoing rates. T .0 TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday f huredpy end Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if no; paia a Advance. 80. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. fcrTHE MOSEY I VLL ASE3 TO ACCOMTAM ' smMmtiPTinva oat Kemittances of subscriptions mar ba taade by mail at our rite. paper will be sent ut of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. TO Agricultural Societies and others reqmnng the be3t Breed Cattle from England, embracing 'FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, 'With'Deroas, Hereford's,...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 September 1854

American. DAILYS8; TBI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY $2 off OFFICE NOS. 9 a.vd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT Ac CO. 2. 0. EASTMAN, H. C. C. CHURCH, and 0. C. TORBETT. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT, SO, 1854. BAIN. "We had a little rain yesterday, and there 13 a prospect of more. Never since the first settlement of the State has there been such a drought as that of this Summer. In the vicinity of Nashville, and in most parts of the State, there ha? been no rain, save slight and ineffectual showers, since about the 20th of June, and the mercury in the thermometer in all that time has rarely been at less than ninety degrees, while most of the days it has been at 94 to 93. The present rain comes too late to benefit ma terially the staple crops of the State. Bat it is yet very gratefully received by the earth and its culti vators. BLESS GOO FOB RAIN. "Blef s God for rain," the good man said, And wiped away a grateful tear ;. That we mar have our dally bread, He drops a shower npon us here. Our Fathe...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 September 1854

1 ' NASHYILLE WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 20, 1854. 65?" Wc are requested to give notice that Christ Church will be opened for divine worship this (Wednesday) evening at half past 7 o'clock. A sermon will be preached by the Rt. Rev.'d Bishop Onrr. THE THEATRE. The distinguished American actress, Miss Eliza - Logan, makes her first appearance at our theatre this evening, in her favorite character oiEvadne. The house will be filled, and wo shall see some admirable acting, during her engagement She will be better sustained by the present company than she has ever heretofore been in this city. - Splendid Farm For Sale. It will be seen by his advertisement, that Dr. Yandell offers for sale his fine and admirably improved farm, four - miles from Nashville, on the Gallatin turnpike. As good an opportunity for obtaining a first-class place near Nashville is rarely offered. NASHVILLE RACES WALNUT COURSE. The regular Fall meeting upon the Valut Course commenced yesterday witha stake for three ye...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 20 September 1854

li fe BOOTS, SHOES, &C. jakis Biim-Tox i" HAMILTON & FULLER, TENNESSEE BOOT AND SHOE MANTJFACT02' " Corner of Market and Spriu; sts., NASHVILLE, TENN. -YTTE have in store, and are daily manufacturing V Y wort: ot the touowing lunaft, tram mo cesi material, the workmanship of which we warrant MEN'S superfine Calf Boots, sewed and pegged; and boys' line " Shoes, " " " " Kip Boots, double front and sole: 4i 4 jjnlo " " " " " Thick Boots, doable sole; NEGRO BROGANS, double soled; Women's Plantation Sioee; House Servants' Shoes; Voaths'and children's coarse and tine shoes; ALSO LADIES' Calf Boots, sewed and pegged- ' Morocco " " " Kid " " " " Lasting Gaiters; Also, a general assortment of Stock; All of which we sell nearly as cheap as the Eastern article can can now-be bought, and of a superior quality. HAMILTON A FULLER. N. B. '"We bars engaged the serrices of an experienced Foreman, and. are now prepared to make nil kinds of work to order. EsT Repairing neatly done with all pos...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 September 1854

v HMfl is. AMER vol; xxv. NASHVILLE, TENN: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1854 NO&S NASHXILLE UNION AND . t ft UNION AND A3EERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 0 and 11, Xeaderic Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN IfarnUhed u sutMcribers at the following Tatw Single copies, on jear in advance-. 2 50; within th.year$& 00; at tha end f.f the year ?4 00. Cures Of Ave and upwards J2 00 par copy for one rear. CJabsof subscribers will b re ceived lor six month at Ihe'oregbiBg rate. T it TKl-WEEKLY is published ererr .Tuesday fhtirsdsy mm aaturaay, at & per annum, in aavsnce; a n..paiu a advance, f 8. Mm II ATT.Y ic nnMi!t ci Pi'trht T)nlr ttf-TUE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACC0MFAN1 .srnwnrtiPTin9 aa tfeaiittances or aubsmptions ba tisde ;by mail at cur sup 5rilU wat eut of the State unless the.order ac companied with toe casn. TO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE3LO0D UORSfi. anOBT-HOED CATTLE, i . ii.r.rs Arrahire and Aldernv COWS. ALSO Fine...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 September 1854

jfailg m & American DAILY$8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFICE N03. 8 and 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT At CO. E. G. EASTMAN, M. C. fi CHTJBCH, and 0. C. TORBETT. TIIURSDAV MORNING, SEPT. 21, 1854. EXPORTS OFSPECIE. The argument of the True Wliig of yesterday under this head, is based on a statement of fact which' ianot fact The7ru ITO'ty'says that, un der the tariff of 1840, the country has exported "a good deal more than its surplus gold," and states this excess of export at "two or three per cent, per month." "We do not understand what that pa per means by its two or three per cent, per month excess of exports over products; nor 13 it material that we should understand it It is very possible that some one month during die last year more gold was exported than wa3 produced. But it is very far from being true that "under the tarifF of 1S4C," "the country has exported a good deal more than its surplus produce of gold." (We quote from the Wtiig.) "Wo received from Californ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 September 1854

4 - HVILLE THURSDAY JSORN1HG, SEPT. 21, 1854. PoRTKAir PAtKTOg.jThe card of Mr. Cooper mil be found in our adv-ertisinr? columns t.hia mnrn. ing.t 'Ho:8Und9-deserredly high' m his profession, m we are gratined -that our citizens 511 have an opportunity ol securing hu invaluable services. opecimens ot his skill as an artist can be seen at nis.studio atNo-SO South Cherry street. Clothixo. Those extensive clothing merchants, JuiLirJs & wolf, are now receiving a very large stocic or gentlemen s toggery suitable for the season a-'..i .? .. . . ... wcq uvurusemenior particulars. Removal. The office of the Commercial Insur ance Company has been removed to the house for merly occupied by W. B. Shapabd, & Co., at the corner ot Uedar street and the Square- It is a suit able location for such an office, and has been fitted up with admirable good tasto and style by the Sec retary oi me company James yvalkek, Esq. THEATiTP Mi's Logan was flatterinely received last night by a good house. ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 September 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT CORN CUOi OF THE SEASON is a calamity most serifuMy felt at d deeply deplored by alb But notwithstanding the crup will to a large extent, be cat off, it is cot entirely without lamedy. This is to be (band in a inichine known as Lsavitt's Patent Portable Cars Win and Crusher, which Is recommended to the attention of the farmer and j stock raiser as highly trorthycf their especial notice. f Tht Afiii u strong ami dvralle, ptrftctlif timp't in it i eofuirtiftion, and aduirablr adapted to the purposes fcr 1 - L 1 . : . t j rm i 1 1 : . J i r r. n: nuicu iiiiatsiiiea, tic me sueuiua; tt4n Ruu,"ri com and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable for family use, three "bushels ot meal per nonn crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hoar, and ehellin twenty bushels of corn in the same length or time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satis-action of the purchaser. . , , This Mi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 September 1854

AMER -. 1 . NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1851 H ii 1 1: NAS UNION 1 -y- t RffEON AND AMERIGAN;. QKFICBt-Nos. fl and U, PeadericTt Strect THE WKMCI.Y TJVION AND AMERICAN4 Ufurnished. to subscribers, at the following rates! Single copies, one rear in advance. 12 5ft: within the year$S 00; at the end ' per cony for one rear Clubs of siiiscnberi will be rV tne year fi 00. ulcbs ui aye ana upwrraa i cetveu lorsixmonms ai me laregomg rawa. T .e TRI-WEEKLY ii published every Tuesday XharadtJ and Saturday, at $5 per annum' in advance; If nut paia .a advance, ?b. ITie DA ILY is published at Eigb.1 Dollars. -ITTIIE MOSEY I VLL CASES TO. ACCOMTANi Mirncr-pinTinva es Remittances of subscnpUons mat be uade by mail t our paper will be sent out of the State unless the order U ae- cempaniei witu tne casn. rpO Agricultural Sieiiw And other requiring the beat reed untue xrom smew tiuivi-ft nNEBWOD HORSE3, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, rith n.mna Hereford's. Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ALSO. Fine Sout...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 September 1854

T DAILY $8; TRI- WEEKL Y $5; WEEKLYS2 50 OFFICE NOa 9 axd ll. DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT fc CO. E. G. EASTMAN, M. C. 0. CHURCH, and 0. C 10RBETT. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 22. 1854. NASHVILLE UNIVERSITY. rrs which have recently been e- reetSi for the Literary Department of the Univer sity Nashville will be formally opened and ded icated on the 4th day of October. This will be a great day for'Nashville, and we hope to see it ob served ao a general holiday. The following asso ciations have been invited, and are expected to join in the nroces3ion: ilasons of Nashville Grand Lodge of the State. Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The Temple of Honor. Cadets of Temperance. , The Fire Comnanies. Military of Nashville and the adjoining coun- tiep. Officers and Cadets of the Western Military In stitute. Corporate Authorities. ' Mechanics' Institute. Bureau of Agriculture. , Chamber of Commerce. The various Banks. " The different Manufacturing Companies. All the Schools of the city Male and F...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 September 1854

sf. NASHVILLE FRIDAY MORNING, SElT. 22, 1854. TncATHE. " Lucretia Borgia" and " Jb Oblige Benton?' are tho'pl&js for to-night: "In the former Ifies Logan, and the Jatter JTok. Coweli, jsrill ap pear to excellent advantage. f3gf Duncan, Honaus'Si1 Co. have an auction Bile of damaged dry goods this morning at - their store. "We have received the May No. of the United States Magazine, -with- the request to "please I otice." The No. before us ia admirably printed nn'd neatly gotten up. TVe shall wait and see what kind of reading matter is served to its patrons licfore tve recommend it to our readers. We have been bit too often of late by these northern Na tional Magazines to allow us to be hood-winked iuto puffing their stale trash. Be3ides, in this case the No. before us isour months old. Something mora i fresh might tempt us. The Hon. A. O. P. Nrcnotsox passed through our city yesterday en route for Washing ton. He has been enjoying for a few weeks past the sweets and quiet of his...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 September 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT CORN CHOP OF THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by alL Bat notwithstanding ttie crop will to a Urge extent, be cut off, it is not entirely without remedy. This is to be found in a machine known as LBOTitt' Patent Portable Corn Mill and Crasher,' which is recommended to the attention, of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. Tht Mill uitrong and durable, perfectly rimj!e in iU corMrvction, and adTiirablv adapted to the purposes fcr which it is designed, vie The shelling .and grinding of nuandv crnshjng of com and cob together; grinding, suitable forYimUy use, three bushels ol tneal per hour; crushing' corn and cob six to eiht bushels per hour, and shelling twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease tothe imi tnals, (two hcrves being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for ma...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 September 1854

i --i - & AME 1 VOL; XXV. NASmrILLE, TENN,. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1854 : N. A S ft . Ml LI: ;;: f 10 N NO 339, 55' ,r K w OFFICK No. 0 and II , Deaderlck Street. THE iVEEKLY UNION" AND AMERICAN Isfurnished io subscribers atilf following ratcsi Single copies, one yearjaadvance. fit 5fc within the , jear 8 00; at the end ofthajrear 1 OA. .Clubs Of five and upwards 12 00 per copy for -one rear. Onus of subscribers trill oa re- vlvance. f. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. i-0-THE HONEY I VLL CA3E3 TO ACCOMFANx Keuultan'cesof subscriptions mar be uade by mall oar ''r'ap'er will be sent tut of the State unless the order U ac- r. i at l. rpO.Ariculuirol Societies aud others requiring the b'esl I Breed Cuttle from i-jiziana, emDracmg JfiNEBCOOD HORSE SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, mfih iWona Hereford's. ATrsbire and Aldernv COWS. ALSO. Pine Southdown, Cotswold's and Licester SHEEP. ALSO. Suffolk, Essex and Berkshire SWINE- Tm anted ou Commission by Messrs. TH03. BETTS A BROTHERS. Every ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 September 1854

"irn mum in na i r 1 -1 . 3 OFFICE-NOS. 9 "tsu 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. SfQjTEASTMA3T.M."C. C.CHUBCH, aadO.-C. TOEBETT. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPT. 23, 1854. THE HARTFORD CONVENTION OF KNOW-NOTHINGS. Among the propositions of the Hartford Con vention of federalists in 1814, was one similar to the proposition of the offshoot of federalism the know nothings. The federalists were in the minor ity, and they attributed their defeat to the foreign vote. So they proposes to amend the constitution of the United States as follows : fith. The easv admission ofnaturattzed foreigners, to places of trust, honor or profit, Perfltlh 0jj inducementto the malcontent subjects p . world to come to these States, m q..' dev0. tive patronage, and to repay it by a ac tion to executive measures. ; importance, -Another amendment, subrf'natem lt1in.Ugh.dgg,a5lS in the $SfiZ2&&& of holding offices preieuuou, r:r,., needs to be rcnlenish- ed from foreign countries. Still, it is agr...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 September 1854

a ,-r ;t -- ft ' T I.. I?- N'L Sr 'H "V I L X E ;1 .SATURDAY MORNING, sUtT". 23, 1854. GoDEr'js'LiDY'a Book for October is receded. It contains twelve TuII piga engravings, ami its usual ampnnt ftf jusefah ad4 entertaiBingiliUrary. matter. It is decidedly the best work of its kind any where publish'ed,nd we can always commend it to public patronago-with a clear conscience. - THEATRE. Who would suppose, to se5 the'"fall ana fashion -' able 'house at the theatre on Thursday night, thai; throughout the city there was a universal outcry about the scarcity of money: who would suppose that the difficulties of the times are unexampled, that' Uie farmers are wringing their hands after the destruction of the crops by the .drought, that finely fatted beef is among the things that hare been, that i ouse-keepersuave to pa; 40c. per pound for but ter? Xcl, iathefacooflhese troubles, Miss Loom's renins conquers, and, as we said before, the house was full and fashionable. Miss Logan's performance ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 23 September 1854

MISCELLANEOUS ' THE SHOUT CORK CltOI j de.plrleploredbylL Butnotwithstand.ng the crop OTaVge extent, be cutoff, iti. not "llJ,U,otal ' lemedy. This i to be found in ainachine known as -Pot.t Pnrtabla Corn Hill cui Crasher, Lavltt's Patent Portable Corn Hill "i Crasher, wbichisrecommendedtotbea caruirwrttoB.andadTii.rablraJad I dyndine of which il .is designed, "'nf getherT piD1'ng orxrnd crnshiDff of of meal Mr hour; .... a u...V,U nf 1 ThU MUl U desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reasons 1st It is the only portable mill having the combined capacity of grinding, ibelling, and crushing corn. ad Unlike other portable mills, all extra gearing, fram ing, shafts, spindles, none powers, and the like are entirely dispensed with. td It exempts the possessor from a dependence upon wa ter mills, which during seasons like the present, is quits tmeeruin, and frequently attended with many inconveni ences and vexatious dela)S. 4th The use of this mill will secure to t he farmer a s...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 September 1854

m ASH V mi M U N 1 0 feMTI-IMERfftW- : ; VX)L. XXV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Xos. O and 11, Dcadericlf-Street, THC WEEKLY UNION' AND" AMERICAN IsrarnUhed t subscribers air the following rates: Single copies, one ' ju uu . f t or, wuuiu tuu year i wj ii me ena if the year $4 00. Clubs Of Are and upwards $2 00 j ar copy for one year. Clnbs of subscribers will bi re tired (or ax months at the fbrezoiaz rates. T 10 TBI-WEEKLY is-pubtished every, Tuesday "harsdsy un oaiuruay, at fo per annum m aurance; il nu. paia .a The DAlLViBoablishedatEirfitDollara. tTUE MOSEY I VLL CASES TO ACCOMFAN r OTMCRIPTI03P. tfl Beimttancea of subscnoucns mat ha tiade by mail t our t:Sfc. aper will be sent eat of ibe State unless the order U ao- tr.njpanied with the cash. ENGLISH CATTLE.. TJ Agricultural Societies And others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing I l.VE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-lIORXED CATTLE, wiri uevoos,-iiemora a, Ayrsuire-ana. Aiaerny UUWS. ALSO. Fino Southdown, Cotsvrold's ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 September 1854

v- E A & , , . i i I mi mil ' VAILYSS; TRI-WEEKLY$5; WEEKLY 2 50 OFFICE-N03. 9 "aTli". DEAPERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT Ac CO. 110. EASTMAN, M.C. C. CHUKCH, and G. C. TOEEETT. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT- 21, 1854. A CURIOUS RETROSPECT. There are in Tennessee but very few citizens of foreign birth less, we think, in proportion to pop ulation, than in any other State. So far as we v- thev are cenerallv cood citizens, comparing, . , .--J..- a th the native lavoraoiy, in inuuirjr uuu mui" witn mo miall7 di- .. I? .: atramst the m- vided politically: ana iu prui"6 -a- . . r ... fliev are about to tolerance ana Digoiry 10 . i- i no Mrtisan motive. WearevinditingaaiWin de nouncing the effort to proscribe thes men, who re Sunder our constitution and laws. We lthatit will iniure ushere to continue our strictures. It may be so. We flunk it probable that such will be the effect of our course teropora--imw,n ourselves. The bigotry which, m this enlightened age.organizes secretassociationstowar upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 September 1854

N ASH VILLE SUNDAY MORNING, SEPT. 24, 1854. BY TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE RACES WALNUT COURSE. Saturday terminated the sport upon the Walnut Course. ffhe bills announced three race9 for this day ; but it was well known that but but two of them Ttould come off, us two forfeits were paid to Martha, D him, and no entry had been made except her for the Club Purse. Hie other two promised but little sport. The first was a match between O.Towles' Frank Pierce and W. Datson's Red Bird, for 250, one milo out. Tv'on easily by the former. Time 1:56. The sec ond was for a purse of $25, given by the Proprie tor. Free for all saddle horses. Mile out. "In this race there were five entries. The getting off and running created no little amusement, par ticularly umongst the juvenile portion of the crowd and the colored population. Somebody won it we at a not sure if it was not our friend Rousdtbek tvao claimed the honor. Time, 1:50. Thus terminated the sports of the week. It 13 due to the Proprietor, Mr. T...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 September 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT CORN CHOP OF THE SEASON is a calamity-most seriously felt and deeply deplored by alL Butnotwithstanding tlie crop trtil to a large extent, be cut oi it ia not entirely without remedy. Tbii is to be found in a machine known as Xeavitt'i Patent Portable Cora Hill and Crasher, ; which Is recommended to the attention of the former and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. Tk MM u strong and durable, ptrfectly siiaple in its cemtrvction, and admirably adapted to the purpose.! fcr which it is designed, Tic The shelling and grinding of cora and crushing of com and cob together, grinding, suitable for finally use, three bushels ot meal rr hour; crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per Lour, and shelling twenty buBDels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the tni mala, two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable to the firmer and stock raiser for m...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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