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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 September 1854

NASHVILLE f: ION AND AMERICAN. . .j-.. i - . i -- rif m ii rni t- -J1L .i-.- - i - - n .uu.. VOL. XXY. NASHVILLE, TEN'N: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1854 NO 390, UNION AND AFRICAN. OFFICE-Nos. 9 and II, Deaderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnisbed ' ubscribcrd at the following rates: Single copies, one f ear id advance, f 2 50; within ttie year $3 00; at the end of the year (i 00. Clubs Of Are and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re eira.l lorsirinontus at the foregoing rates. T .e TRI-WEEKLY is pubTished every Tuesday "huredy sad Saturday, at f 5 per annum in advance; if nw. paia a tdvauoe, (G. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. tsTTHE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOUTAM MJBSCRIPTIO.-.jE! , tferuittances of subscriptions mat be wade by mail at our leK. j aper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. TO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HO...

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. — 26 September 1854

r,.rrsa. rnr-WEEKL Y So: WEEKL Y&2 50 OFFICE-NOS. 0 axd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT A; CO. E. 0. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHTJBCH, and G. C. T0B.BETT. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. MS, 1S51. DEMOCRACY AND WH1GGERY, NORTH. The Democracy of Indiana have adopted the fol lowing resolution : . ,"J "Resolved, That the great Democratic Par0' 'r the Mississippi Talley knows no North, nor bourn but, like her noble rivers, they comprehwi d 1 oth extremes, and looking to' the Consuttuon of the Uniled States that binds together the extremes oi SJ?L S enhabi of any portion of our I . i nfl-nira. which are to "" f A no JmnrnnfiT. and calculated to create local and sectionl divisions and weaken the bonds and ties of this great confederacy.' "The Democracy of Michigan, at their late State Convention, adopted the following resolution: "Jlesolved, That the delegated Democracy of the State of Michigan here affirm their continued sup port of the priucip!c3 embraced in the resolutions adopted by the Democ...

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. — 26 September 1854

NASHVILLE i TUESDAY MOUSING, SEPT. 2C, 1654. fce d need do no more to insure a good . house at the! theatre to-nieht than to remind the patrons of the drama that the performance will oo tor the benefit of Miss Logan. A play, new to Mashville, it will be seen by reference to the bill, is to bo brought out. Race3 Nasiivillk Course. The races over this course commence to-day, with a three year old stake of 100, four entries. 5F The attention of our merchants and others intending to ship via. Savannah to this point is di rected to the advertisement of Wm. M. Wadley, General Superintendent. The Louisville and Cincinnati packets "7C" and Cumberland Valley are advertised to com mence their trips on the first rise in the river. These packets are fitted up in admirable style for the accommodation of the travelling public and are commanded by officers of long-tried expe rience. They will do a driving trade this season we feel confident It is only necessary for the business public to know that...

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. — 26 September 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHOUT CORN CHOP OF THE SEASON' is a calamity taot seriuu&'.y felt and deeply deplored by alt. Butnotwitbstandiog the crop I will to a lanre extent, be cutoff, it is not entirely without remedy. This is to be found in a tnachine-knowu as Leavitt's Patent Portable Cora Hill and Crusher, which i3 recommended to the attention of the farmer uud j stock raiser as highly worthy of their c.'pecial notice. Tht if'Jl it ttrona and dvrallt. -oerfrctlv lisitir in itt conttruction, and adTiirablv adapted to the purpofes fcr which it is designed, tic The shelling abd grinding of corn and crushing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable for family use, thrte bushels ot meal per no.ir; crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per -shellinz twenty bushels of corn in the same h "ni. all of which it accomplishes with pr riect; 'HTctioa rnals,(twohores being required, and entire eatisDcnoa ThlPMUlhU desirable to the farmer and 'ck for TsdufsThTonlr portable mill having the...

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. — 27 September 1854

i- NASHVILLE OTIiM 1ND AME RKffl ..I" VOL. XXY. NASBLTILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1854 NO 391. ? t f i' 11 i i J ; t ,3k UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 9 nud 1 1 , Dcadcrlck Street: Tllk WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN IsfarnisbeJ subscribers al the following rates: Single copies, one Tear in advance. J2 50; within the year $B 00; at the end of ibe year tl 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 3 00 per capy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for sii months at the foregoing rates. r .e TKLWEEKLY is published every Tuesday "hursdy and Saturday, at J per annum in advance; if nu, piiia a lavunce, ?G. The DAILY is puUished at Eight Dollars. i-iiTTilK MONEYS LL CASES TO ACCOMFANi .sumscniPTios-.js , riemiiuinoes of subscriptions m be uade by mail .1 our rink. aper will be sent out of tbe State unless the order U ac couipanied with the cash. EiTOffjSSH'GATTIiE.- pt Agricultural societies and others requiring the best X lireed C-itlla from England, embracing FIXE BLOOD HORSES, ...

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. — 27 September 1854

ffiaHglmflttfi American. VAILY$8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLYilbQ OFFICE-NO& 9-Ivd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT As CO. E. 0. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and Q. C. TORBETT. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 27, 1834. WHAT THE NORTHERN WHIGS PROPOSE. Southern whigs are studiously kept in the dar by their own papers as to the measures P'2!!!h by the northern branch of the party. " , . when forced to notice cm whiff papers argue only, WIK:" the subect at all, tfat the northern deo as unsound on the subject of slavery as the north- ,;TMs is untrue, and they know it There is not a whig organization which is not anti slavery and which does not propose active agita- - ronp.il of the " Nebraska iniquity, as tliev call it. There is not a northern democratic or ganization which does propose this repeal, and scarcely one which does not defend and support the act as just and proper. It is this very ques tion which is enabling the whigs of the northern States to carry most of those States in the elec t...

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. — 27 September 1854

Nashville WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 27, 1854 Lectures. The course of lectures before the Mechanical Institute will commence on to-morrow evening. Our talented and gifted young fellow citizen, Jons A. McEwen, Esq., will deliver the 'first lecture Subject, "Reform of the Sxial BanJa." e hope to seo a large attendance on the occasion. and we nre confident such will be tho case. Mr. McE. is one of our most brilliant and captivating rpeaicere, ins manner la earnest, and enecttve his stylo chaste, and his language flows off in rich and polished periods. Give hira a good hearing, Jbor particulars see advertisement. Wc are requested to give notice that the Right Rev. the Bishop of Tennessee, will hold an ordination this (Wednesday) morning in Christ Church. Service to commence at 11 o'clock. The Rav. Dr. McCullougu will preach on tho occasion. ORDER OP PKOCESSION ON' OCCASION of the UNIVERSITY CELEBRATION, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. 185L At day break the cannon will be fired from Capitol Hill The...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 27 September 1854

I m ft n MISCELLANEOUS. j THE SHORT CORN CHOI OF THE SEASON ia a calamity most Mrit.usJv felt iiid deeply deplored by all. But notwithstanding the crop j ' mil to a large extent, be cut otitis not entirely without i j remedy. This is to be round in a machine Known as ; Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn Hill and Crusher, I which ia recommended to the attention of the farmer and utock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. l'ht Milluitrong and duraUe, perfectly timple tn its ccmtlruction, and ad-nirably adapted to the purposes fcr which it is designed, vie The shelling and grinding of corn and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels ol meal per hour: crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shelling twenty bushels of corn in tee same lengiu " r all of which it accomplishes with perfect case to me ' ' mils, (two horses being required,) and entire satisJacuuu of the purchaser. , .. ror This Mill is desirable to the firm...

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. — 28 September 1854

ND;AMRICH;I, VOL. XXV. NASETVTLLE;, TENN: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1854 5 ij 4 UNION AND AMERICAN. "oFi'ICE NoW 9 and II, Dcaderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND .AMERICAN la furnished 10 kuhscribcraat the following rates: Single copies, oue -jr-arm advance, tfz 50; within the yearfS 00; at tte end tf the year 00. Clubs Of five and upwards 12 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will here, et-i va.1 tor six months at the foregoing rates. " TjoTRI-WEEKLY U published irvely Tuesday. rhursdy and txdurdixy, at f5 pW annum in advance; if ni..paia ,oi dvaccp, ?t. MfTHE MONEYI VLL CASES TO ACCOMPANY .SlIBSCRIPTIOiiP.jgJ , t ... , ficmittiincM of subscriptions qui be U&de by ma" at our j aper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. ' ENGLISH CATTLE. TO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best, Hreed Cattle from England, embracing FINmHiLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, irith Devon. Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alderny COWS. ALSO. Kin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 September 1854

2H8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY$250 OFFICE-NOS. 9 am 11. DEADSRICK STPXET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. E 0. EASTMAN cTc. CHTJBCH, andlO. C. TOEBETT. rilURSPAVMORWING, SEPT- 28, 1854. " THE NORTHERN DEMOCRACY. The Banner makes an argument, as we under stand It, that the defeat of the democrats in the late elections in the northern States proves that they are unsound, on the slavery question. The argu ment admits that the regular democratic organiza tions in the non-slaveholding States are anti-abolition that the whig organizations in -those States are anti-slavery; that, because of these different at titudes of the two party organizations, democrats enougli have left their party, and joined the abolition-whig ranks, to secure the success of the latter party. We shall not controvert this statement of cause and effect. It is quite the truth. But the argument of the Banner from this state of facts is curious curious notwithstanding a year's experience with the proclivities of that paper. A good ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 September 1854

km NASHVILLE THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 28, 1854. 53T" We are requested to call the attention of the Stockholders of the Nashville Building Asso ciation to the fact that the installments must be paid on or before the last day or each month, to save a fine of ten cents on each dollar unpaid. The monthly meetings for the disposal of the funds are to be held on the first evening of each month, except when such day occurs on Sunday, when the meetings will be the next evening. These meetings will be held at the hall of the Chamber of Commerce, on College street, opposite the Sewanee House. The next meeting will be next Monday evening. Fixe Vestinos. The richest and most fashion able vest patterns aro to be seen in the show window of J. Browne, at the corner of Deade ricka and the Square. When cut and trimmed by his experienced hand, it takes but one tailor to make manX?) SnAKsr-EKiAN Readings. Sometime next week Mr. G. K. Robinson proposes to give a series of Shrksperian reading at the Odd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 28 September 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. j MBiHoHreoKif chop bmunv is a calamity most seriously felt and dSSSd by 5 notwithstanding the crop VdMP,iyJLeS bVcatoff,itis not entirely without U USas"s to befoond in amachine known as jemedy. Ttusisioi. Crusher. Trf'a Patent xonaoiB .un. - - , ?S5f X'du'ralUrUy .imply . gorutruction, which it isdesiraed, tic- - gnndiBK. corn and crnsmng oi - fmeal per hour: ltleteta7JJtl,SMhel, per hour and crushing corn and cob air wei$ fa same7en!ftb. 0hime .heliinc 'mnliaheTwith perfect case to the ani .hfSrdOd enUre satisfaction 0TOsPMmhcsirable to the farmer and stock raiser for mf,Iu?sTh7im1r portable mill having the combined canacirv of ponding, shelling, and crushing com, Sd-&nlike other portable mills, all extra gearing, fram ingshafts, spindW powers, and the file are entirely dtS6-lt exempts the possessor from adependence upon wa ter mills, which during seasons like the present, is quite uaceruin.and frequently attended with many inconvem encea and vexatious debt s. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 29 September 1854

u'ncVtlls. Ifaw Pl,ll,Jdr,i. r- 1 rv J' yj?nS .Bri8PO',. St- CUlrsrfll. ilndriharr Jodrrfew Mlddlebura 'd Norwich aad BrMg tfirr! ' 1 Mu k 7-il f . I I A. I-ll.t JiMiUflitJi I I W 1 " h' m 1 7 1 TB1! ill II " yQL- Y- : - 'V NASH'VGLE, TENN; FRIDAY, SBI?TEjIBER 29, 1854 . " NO,3J)a a UNION AND AMERIGAN. OFPICK-aNos. 9 and THtJuWEtCKLY 'JNION'AND AH ERlCAN'Ts ftrrnished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one year iu udyance. t- 50; within the year (3 00; at the end cf the year $1 00. Cums Of live and upwards $2 00 PC"copr for; tone. year.. Clubs ofUubscribera will be re- "bursdiy ,.paia a . .tiinuicc. ft;. ' "The" lUlLY Tg published at Eight Dollars. ' wri'm: money r ll cases to accompani . urtsniiiPTini ' eirilttanoes of subscriptions m be uade by mail our paper will be sent ut of the State unless the. order U ac companied mlftiaa cftso. ENGLISH-CATTLE'. TO ApciiUiira.l Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle rrom England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, ...

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. — 29 September 1854

y i , t to NA SH VIME I I ' Fit I DAY MORNING, SEPT. 20, Jb TlIK CaMPBELLS. It Will rei.,,,. aTnrT G. C. TORBETT & CO. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 20, 1854. - ,"75EaVEBY QUESTION. the to of Bbovring that the democracy of the Country present two face3 on the slavery question. Wo do not purpose to question this policy. So . - i0D &e Banner will confine itself to quotations from the speeches of acknowledged democrats, or tbe 1 CiV'" " w . j fn the ful- oreanizations, uieru uc u . :, in admit that lest criticism. ve snail not uiu. - "mo of the northern democrats defend their course by arguments which wc dislike. But so long as i,i;t!nnism. wo do not ourselves feel in ...etotfneto them the course of argument which t,.ri nilnnL "When we see nt n mrrect conclusion, in their contest with Zionism, we feel rather like strengthening their hands in their labor, than like carping at their argu ments and welching each word they utter. Nor o the Banner. These enemies of abolition- iom don't ligh...

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. — 29 September 1854

fe et ft ft J NASHYILJ.,: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPT. 39, 1854. TnF. Campbells. It will rejoice hundreds of our readers to Kear that the Campbell' IlihStreb will commence a scries of concerts in this city on Mon day evening next. We refer to their advertise merit in this paper. ' 1 THE THEATRE. ; The bill to-night ought to fill the house. The School for Scandal, cast with Miss Lotus as Lady Teazle; Mrs. Ctkeexe, as Mrs. Candour; Mr. Tilton, as Charles Surface; Mr. CowEiias Sir Peter, and Mr. GbeeSe as SirOlivtrt will afford a treat to the lovers of the drama such a3 has rarely been offered them in this city. The farce of the Dumb Bell concludes the performance. ST" Kcv.-J. GniDLEV, or Mobile, Ala., will (D. V.) preach at the First Baptist Church nest Sab bath. Services commencing at 10J o'clock, A. Ml Also at 7i o'clock, P. M. c " NAsnriLtE Races Third Dat. Tho race oyer the Nashville Course ycterday was for tho Club l'urse of $200; two mile heats three entries. Tho character of the horse...

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. — 29 September 1854

)nv ViUQB r6I0N.ls.tttolamity'hKst serrudlty feltnmif V.yddBpltred'byalL"r I v.'.Mrli'Viftjf. i ji ;t--Oi-i ttnVn'i'- ' ' . saitableibv crushing, corn. lk.ii.LiD.v cape iw auired,) ana entire. Wctw ThisMUI is desirable Jtoilbejftn: Thin Mill is desiraMiOikQfijtrmer..aaaieiocK raiser ion wtuiifl Jsiffle'onirpflRaoia miliunanog'icecempuiea. . i i 1 1 r j . -in . ler milU, which dunV seasons lilwtbBapreMulq" imfc'ertataHen'duB JiCTTtV-TU irtri factoroveu by those ..wws uiTe-.iried,tf8, lErparirosnt; nVto) test, that stock fed upo-ittteSS'riSS ?oa .theuhfl'ii -By tfce.oldi aLV ' ' V. 'HEP pVilHH! mar.xuaHin( br crashinr arid proper leeamp, a lartuu w' tinlmiiULcouiilies.iXepacssoe. Pi lShUlC.tBOUTiWI4 H rAHrfeatVJk BtfetsMnWomi'ForTOlffbX' ifcl 19 White Xtgiiora Uitafdi.X iariiino 1 ai Jon1jinrfTii'ran:latsiiiE' "o'lT ""2 ""r- , aH'llfih'. IU..I JPi'it' I EKF liaUiltY.y.c.rrSWjef arasi4uRt aebpap ?JOoki?SvA'ea:i0.t,.X8WDttil,-fJJ5'jWfJr AVbolesjle Variety, Store. corner Square and DWUel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 September 1854

i w:' W A SHf I L LITOOr "AND MEftlfflEWfr .' VOL. XXV. NASHYILLE, TENN: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, ? . i X ONION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 9 and 1 1, Dcadcrick Street. THE WEtlCLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished o atibscnbcrs at the following rales: Single copies, one Tear la advance. $2 50; wilhinthe year $3-00; at the end of iho year $t 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards 2 00 lr copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers wilf be re ceived lor cix months at the foregoing rates. T 13 TRl-WEEKLY is published cvsry Tuesday "hursdsy .ml Saturday, at $5 per -annum in advance; if ai paia a sdvunce, $t. The DAILY is pubUshed at Eight Dollars. CWTiiE MONEY l VLL CASES TO ACCOMTANi , subscriptiosh. gj Kemittances of subscriptions mar ba uade by toaiLit our risk. tupcr will be sent eutof the State unless the order is ac companied with the cash. EKGIjISH cattle. TO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best Breed Cattle from England, embracing FLVE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, with Devo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 September 1854

1 I OFFICE N03. 9 asp 11, DEADERICK STREET. " G. C. TORBETT & CO. EASTMAN, ST. C. C. CHURCH, and'O. C. TORBETT. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPT. 30, 1854. ABOLITION SUCCESS IN THE NORTHERN STATE. ' ,The True Whig repeats an argument -which was condusively answered in our paper some days ago; viz: that the abolitionists, whose alliance with the whira has secured the success of the whig party in several of the non-slaTeholding States, must have come from the democratic party; and that, there- , fore, the democratic party was not "sound on the slavery question." "VVe answered this argument some days ago so conclusively that the whig pa pers here have not presumed to controvert our po sitions. "VVe repeat a summary : We have never contended that every individual member of the democratic party in the free States was "sound" on this question. Yet on this misap prehension or misrepresentation of our argument hinges the argument of the True Whig. What we have said, and what we now again assert, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 September 1854

NASHVILLE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPT. 30, 1854. THE FAIR, It is particularly desirable "that as many mem- . bers of the County Agricultural Society as possible attend the meeting to-day at 11 o'clock, at the office of the Gas Company, in Cooper's building on Cherry street, as important arrangements pre paratory to the Great Fair will be made. WILSON COUNTY FAIR. The annual fair of the Wilson County Agricultural Society wilfcommence at Lebanon next Wednes day. We learn that the managers are making ex- . tensive arrangements, and expect crowds of peo ple. THE THEATRE. The public showed its appreciation of a good play and a good cast by a liberal attendance at the theatre last night. We havs never seen the " ScJtool for Scandal " as well played in Nashville as it was played last night Miss Logan is, we think, quite as happy in elegant comedy as in tragedy; and it is a rare treat to sec Tilton, Cowell, and Greene in the same play. To-night we are to have tragedy Adelgiiha. THE CAMPBELLS. , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 30 September 1854

1 1 PI i MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT COKIC CHOP OF THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored byalL lSutnotwithstanding the crop mil to a large extent, be cut off, it is not entirely without remedy. This is to bo found io a machine known at Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn 1VT111 and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. Th Mill it ttrong and durable, perfectly simple in it conttruction, and admirably adapted to the purposes fcr which it is designed, vie The shelling and grinding of corn and crashing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels ot meal per hour; trashing corn and cob six tc eiht bushels per hour, and sheUin? twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which" it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required, and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Alill is desirable" to the farmer and stock ...

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