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

.A VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1854 - -' & . ML UNION SIT i J I - a-. - Ikt lffH i ONION AND AMERICAN. OFFICK Nos. 9 nud 1 1, Deaderick: Street. THE WEEKLY UNIOX AND AMEK1CAN Isfurnishod o subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one fear in ad ranee. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end f t the year H 00. Clubs Of Are and upwards 1'2 00 per c9pr for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will bo re ceived lor sir months at the foregoing rates, r o TIU-WEEKL.Y is published every Tuesday- f hursdty mi .-raiuraay, ru m per annum in advance; uii " l ho DAILY U published at Eiglit Dollars. . iTTHE MONEY I 4.LL, CASES TO ACCOMFANi Remittances of subscriptions mar be uada by mail at our paper will b sent out of the State unless the order la ac companied witn me casn. Mfi'LTSe CATTL.E. 'fO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best L Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSEd, SIIOUT-HORNED CATTLE, n-ith Derona. Hereford's, Ayrshire and Ald...

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. — 1 October 1854

BaHgitonft American. DAILYSS; TRI-WEEKL Y ?5; WEEKLYS250 OFFICE-NOS. 9 a.vp 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT Ac CO. E. G. EASTMAN. M. C. C. CHPECE; Io. C. TOBBETT. SUNDAY MORNLNG, OCTOBER 1, 1851. DIVISION FAIR. The merchants and citizens generally of Nash ville have not as far as we can ascertain manifested that interest in this enterprise which its importance merits. The reason, we believe, is to be found in the fact that the subject has never been properly brought before them. When the undertaking was first set on foot and they were requested privately by a few of the members of the Agricultural Bureau and County Society to co-operate with them in the good work, they contributed, with here and there an exception, thesamll sum asked, and did so, we have been informed, cheerfully. Here, however, they stopped, and we believe for the simple reason that they were asked to do no more. Now, viewing this agricultural move ment as a step in the right direction and if judiously managed ...

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. — 1 October 1854

V JL mm 1 1 it' ri: r J NASHVILLE SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1854. Z3T Great Democratic Triumph ? t3".SiU r.nn, "NEBRASKA. DEMOCRAT, elected - ErSiscLT0N, ANTI-NEBRASKA WHIG; and LATE WIIIO CANDIDATE FOR TOE SENATE, J0 vshttt I EST WHAR'S WHIGGERY ? ( Whar's our roos ter?) MUNCIPAL ELECTION'. The following is the result of the election held yesterday for Mayor and Aldermen. It will bo Been that Mr. Shapard received I19S votes and Mr. IIaile 258. Siiapard's majority 940. 1st Ward For Mayor Shapard, 202; Haile, 33. For Aldermen Stout, 218; Coltart, 225. 2nd . Ward For Mayor Shapard, 101; IIaile 27. For Aldermen Smith, 118; Gleen, 120. 3rd Ward For Mayor Shapard, 193; Haile. 33. For Aldermen Morris, 1G; Anderson, 212. 4ra Ward For Mayor Shapard, 12G; Haile, VC. For Aldermen livers, 173; Darden, 1C4. 5th Ward For Mayor Shapard, 185; Haile, 23. For Aldermen Martin, 180; Da3hiel, 185, Farnsworth, 14. Crn "Ward For Mayor Shapard, 173; Haile, 2G. For Aldermen Ratclifle, 168; Davis, 168; Cam...

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. — 1 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHQRT CQRN CROP OF THE SEASON 1 a calamity most seriously felt and deeply -deplored by alL But notwithstanding the crop will to aurgo extent, be cut off, it is not entirely without remedy. Tnii is to be found in a machine known ss Isavitt's Tatent Portable Corn Miil and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especiul notice. The Mill is strong and duralU, perfectly simple in as construction, and admirablyjidaptod to the purposes fcr which it is designed, Tic The shelling and grinding of corn and crushing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels of meal per hour: crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shelling twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to tho ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. ..... This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser...

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. — 3 October 1854

NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. VOL. XXY. NASHVILtE, TJENN: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1854 NO 396, 1- i '.--I I i SI ! k.i 4 I IK', ) . Iu 3 i 1- ft' V 1 1 INION AND AMERICAN: OFI'ICEoT. a aud H, Deaderick Street. TilE WKLKLY UNION AND .AMERICAN Is furnished . ujaibWibers at the following rates: Single copies, one tear tn advance. 2 widun.the, year $.Tiailhe end ; ( 00. "Clues Of five and upwards 12 t'O per V for one rear. Clubs of subscriber trill be re-f serv.! lew sixmonths at tlio foregoing rates. T . TRI-WEBKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdy ami .Saturday, at ?o per annum injuivauce; u nutpaia Tl UAII.V io. Tmhlished-ni FJo-ht DnHars. EsfTHE MONEY P- .LL CASES TO ACCOMTANi SIHKr.rtlPTHiV.V iK-l BemVMsnes of hnbscriptions mav b uade by mail it our risk. putr will be sent out of the State unless the order U ac oftuijviHMjd witlilue cash. "po A gricultural Societies and others requiring the best J. " Ki-rtod Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSE-i, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, it tl...

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. — 3 October 1854

A ft- Pi s . DJJLYS8; TRI-WEEKLY$5; WEEKLY $2 5b OFFICE NOS. 8 axd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. E. 0. EASTMAK, HL C. C. CHURCH, and'O. C. TOBSETT. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1854. A GOOD REPLY. "Rmflipr TTrvnTOBoif. of the ilurfreesboro' News, in answer to a correspondent, who asked him "if a whig or a democrat cannot become'a member of .i -t j j .:n : - 1. mo JxuOw IN owing society auu. buii return u a vvuig or democrat as he could alter joining tne Masons nr ("Mr TTollnnra? TTnw An ninprt in Tpnnessee stand on the subject of Know Nothingism? Has me party an organized association inAlunreesoorot tnd have any democrats joined them? " answers as follows ? In answer to the first question wo reply that no man can join the Know Nothings and remain a democrat. The association is antagonistic to the spirit of democracy, the constitution of the coantay, and the sacred principle of religious liberty. What a whig may do, we will not pretend to say. Ine institutions .of Maso...

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. — 3 October 1854

f . in :5 -S Nash tille TUESDAY MOnwiWn, OCTOBfcit 3, 1S54. Am. jjotldixo Association. The lunas of this Association sold last night at from 55 to 85 per -cut, premium j the sampf 4,S44 75. having sold ,or Cii.ouu. And yet the purchasers at these figures, being stockholders and partners in the proms, do not pay exhorbitant interest. The particular attention of country mer chants is called to the advertisement in this paper of Jons A. McEwnf, Trusteo, of Auction Sale at ttie store of J. P. Dcstox. So Bewaiid Will be paid for the detection, so us 10 warrant conviction, of the thieves who are in the habit of taking from our subscribers the morn ing papers. Chamber or Commerce. This body met yester day evening at their Hall, and after the transaction cii the usual monthly business, accepted the invi tation to attend the dedication of the newTJaiver- S'ly buildings, which take3 place to-morrow. The Grand Lodge of Tennessee of Free and Accepted Masons commenced its session on yesterday. J...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 3 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. "sOnTHERy ,S5ffit TIIE'SHOKT CORN CHOP OP THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by all. Bat notwithstanding the crop mil to a large extent, be cut off, it is not entirely without remedy. Tnis is to be found in a machine known as Loavitt's Patent Portable Corn Mill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser ashighly worthy of their especial notice. The MM isstronc 'and durabU, perfectly nmpU tn U, '. j t,l ,MtoH tn the nurnoscs for which it is designed, vi-The shelling j'nB corn and crushing ol com a"" b--- t,, BuiUbleforfimilyuse, three bushels of meal per hour; i,; , n,i mh six to eieht bushels per hour, and ahelUnz twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time n ? vchirh it accomolUhes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction nf lhn nurchaser. This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reasons- 1st It is the only portable mill havi...

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. — 4 October 1854

AND AMERICI VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 185 1 NO 397, no If f ;9 4 f W' Si UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE Nos. 9 nnd II, Deadcrick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished Mibseribors at the following rates: Single copies, one tear in ad ranee. $2 SO; within the year? 3 00; at the end pf the year ?4 00. Clues Of fire and upwards $2 00 per copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived lorsixraonms at me loregpmg rates. TieTRl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday I'huredtT anu-oaiumay, at : per annum in ad ranee; it zutpaia a The DAILY i nublished at Eirht Dollars. MfCTHE MONEY I LL OASES TO ACCOMFANi SUKSCKIPTIOSP. tsa Kemittances of subscriptions m be Made by mail jA our net. ; pcr will be sent ont of the State unless the order lfl ac- e-nipamed wilu the cash. MIVftff.fSH CATTLE. fTV) Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best l llroea Uallle irom .iigiu.nu, euuraranf FINKDLOOD HOUSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, iriih Dcvons. Hcref.ird's, Ayrshi...

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. — 4 October 1854

ft l. r. lailBntim American- J)AILY$8; TRI-WEEKLY S5; WEEKLY$250 OFFICE-NOS. 9 asp 11. PEADERICK STREET. G. C. TOKBETT CO. rnr "d ' R I0EBTI- WED.NUSDi1' OCT- ' 1854' ' THE FAIR. Oar East Tennessee friends, and persons living on the line of the Nashville and Chattanooga rail road, will bear in mind that they can visit Nash ville at the time of the Great Division Fair, on the 17th of October and four following days, for half the usual fare: That is, they will pay fall fare for the trip to Nashville and will be carried backree. We wish to remind all the citizens of the State who feel an interest in the matter, that this is not a Davidson county fair alone. It is intended for a Middle Tennessee fair; but competition from all parts of the State the East and the "West as well as the Middle Division m stock and la every branch of agriculture and manufactures will not only be free, but is earnestly desired. The committee of the county society is now ac tively engaged in arranging the fair ...

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. — 4 October 1854

V y NASHVILLE yEDXESDAY .HORNING, OCT. 4, 1854 AGRICULTURAL. The Agricultural Society meet every Saturday at 11 o'clock, at the Gaa Light office. Every person tbM, has paid ono dollar 13 a member, and is res- p clfully requested to attend. 0O VVc call attention to the advertisement of the next Lecture before the Mechanics' Institute. Oif" In order to allow those connected with this p&ppr to participate in the exercises set apart for to day there will bo no paper issued from this office to-mono w. Tun Buildixg Association Our compositors tian?posed the figures 08 to 85 in our notice of the salis of funds by the Building Association in jester day's piper. Tho Darairranh should have stated t'ie sales to liave ranged from 55 to 58 per cent, p-emium. 12? "Tho Shelby ville Guards, a fine soldiery look-iiiK-miliiary company, arrived in the City yester cUy to participate in the ceremonies of to-day. S Wc notiw among the arrivals at tho hotels the name of Col. J. Geo. Harris, although we...

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. — 4 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS, I the short corn crop vF THE SEASON U a calamity most seriously lelt and l Iji,. adored by all. But not withstandinr the crop mU to a lares extent, be cut of it is not entirely without remedy. This is to be found in a machine known as leaTitt's Patent Portable Cora Mill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. The Mill is strong and durable, perfectly timple in its smjttMwfLnn.- and H i mVil r ftdnnted to the nurooses fur which it is designed, Tic The shelling and grinding of corn sna crushing ot com ana cod togeiner; gnnuing, suu&oie lor imuy use, mree ousueis oi mem pei uuux , crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shellinz twenty bushels of corn in the same leneth 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 Mill is desirable to the tanner and stock raiser for...

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. — 6 October 1854

T 1 CI TT 17 T T T 171" V'....TTV,Tr1lT"'. "i im A irnn-rrm.. VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN'. FEIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1854 NO 398 Erf, 1? M ! i ONION AND AMERICAN. - OFFICE No. 0 uud 1 1, Dcndcrick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished 'o subscribers al the following rates: Single copies, one tear in advance. 2 50; within the year$3 00; at the end of lbs year 14 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 . per copy for one year. Clubs' of subscribers will bere- w seivedforsixmonths at the foregoing rates. sMfiT leTJU-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdy tavance, ju. I'he DAILY is published at Eiirht Dollars. rTilE MONEY f hh CASES TO ACC0MFAN1 SUBSCRIPTION us omittances of subscriptions ma. ba wade by mail at our nan. . Jipsr will be sent oat of the State unless the order la ac companied with the cash. lfoISII CATTLE. TsO Agnmltural Societies and others requiring the best A. Dreed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHOUT-HORNED CATTLE, itli Devons, Uerefiird's, Ayrsh...

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. — 6 October 1854

U2r$8; Till-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY&50 OFFICE-NO& 9 "and 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. O. TORBETT &. CO. S. G. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. TORBETT. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER C, 1854. THE ELECTION OF TREASURER. "We have yet to see the first man who approves the removal of Joel M. Smith from the office of city treasurer. He hud held the office for several years at a trifling salary, and had more than once saved the credit of the city by risking his own. The salary of the office has lately been increased, and Mx. Smith is now turned out. We repeat what we have before said, that this removal is a scandal to the city. We do not seek to learn the influences which effected the result. Whatever they were, they are deserving of the severest criticism -and censure. Under other circumstances, there -would have been no objection to the election of Air. Seat. He is an old and well known citizen, of unimpeachable character, standing, and qualification;, and will make a good and faithful pu...

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. — 6 October 1854

P-' X "" " ' if A 3 NASHVILLE FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER. 6, 1854 'AGRICULTURAL. -' The Agricultural Society-meet every Saturday at 11 o'clock, at the Gas Light office. Every person thai has paid one dollar 13 a member, and is res pcctfully requested to attend. TUG CAMPBELLS. Odd Fellows' Hall was crowded on Wednesday night, and never did the Campbells appear to better advantage. Last night, the hall being otherwise engaged, the troupe visited Gallatin, in which town they are always welcome guests. To-night they teappcar at Odd Fellows' Hall, in one of their best programmes. THEATRE. The theatre was not much more than halffu'l last night, but the audiences will increase during the engagement of ilr. Jamison. He appeared to excellent advantage in Macbeth, but wo write at too late an hour for detailed criticism. The Lady Ifac beth of Mrs. Greene was a chaste and beautiful per f irmance, and we hope to see her often in similar characters. 2?" VTe understand that Miss .Kate Rkignoi,D3 inte...

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. — 6 October 1854

- TUE'SHOUTCOUN CHOP Op THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and 5 Jnlr deplored byalL ButnotwillistaDdmg the crop n ilSSwSSSS. t off. it is not entirely without remedy. This is tobefouna in ainacmue i leavitt'f Patent Portable Corn Hill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer, and stock raiser ashighly worthy of their especial notioe. T?MiU is strand duralU, perfecUy Wrtion, and ad-nirablyadapted to the purposes .far which it is designed, vic-The shelling and grinding of com and crusEing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable for femily use, three bushels ot meal per hour; crushing corn and cob six to eight buBhels per hour, and shelling twenty bushels of coram the same length of time all o? whici it accomplishes with perfect case to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Millds desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reason r. 1st It is the only portable mill haying the combined cap...

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. — 7 October 1854

US 70L. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1854 : v. rrf. -V" ' NO 399 r jJNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICK Nos. 9 and 1 1 , Deuderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished o subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one tear in advance. t'2 SO; within the year$S 00; at the end if the year f 4 Oa Clues Of five and upwards $2 00 ,jer copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re cetred lor six months at the foregoing rates. 1" .a TKI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhursdty iiiu ouiuiuu. uv o per uuuuui in auvauce: ii uw. lkuu u d ranee, $6. Hie DAILY is published nl Fjht Dollars. rrf"THE MONEY I KLL CASES TO ACCOMFANi SURSrTtTiTIfiX.a ret eoiiliances of subscription mar ba Made by mail at out risk. I apcr will be esnt out of the State unless tho order Is e- rompamcd with we case. ENraULISH CATTJLiE. 'PO Agi icsliural Societies and others requiring the best L Hived CUtle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HOUSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, ivith Devons, Herefor...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1854

j9J4ir$8;iJi'-TFJEiSK2rS5; WEEKLY& 50 OFFICE-NOS. 9 act llEAlDERICg STREET. G. C. TORBETT A- CO. K. 0. EAsfMgCTCH. and 0. ft TORBETT. gAlT1MAY3logrOCT.7 1854. ' THE GAZETTE THEIATE CITY ELECTIONS. TYo thank the Gazeilt for having, in its candid and temperate article on the late city electisns and our course in regard thereto, furnished us an oppor tunity for saying a few words more on one or two branches of the subject The Gazette critisizes a remark of ours that "a Know Nothing cannot be a democrat." Notwith standing the argument of the Gazette to the con trary, such is still our candid opinion. "We reason in this wise: The democratic party was founded by Jeftehsck, Madison, and their associates to car ry out certain well-defined and clearly-enunciated principles of government and policy. One of its earliest struggles was against the alien and sedition Uws of the administration of Jons Adams. One of the earliest acts of the administration of Jeffeeson was a modification of the ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1854

NASHVILLE SATURDAV MORNING, OCT. 7, 1854. : . AGRICULTURAL,. Iha Agricultural Society meet every Saturday at ll.o'clock, at Uie Gas Light office. Every person that Las paid one dollar is a member, and is res- L pectfiilly. requested to attend. . THE GEORGIA STiTE FAIR, ' Is, postponed until the 20th of November in "con "s?queneo of sickness at Augusta. Groat prepara tions have been made for tho occasion and we are advised by letter of the Secretary, that articles in tended for exhibition will be taken on the Railroad fret of rfiarge ; and it is expected that passengers going to tho Fair will be charged only half the usual rates. It is pleasant to see the increasing interest taken In these exhibitions, and to find such anxiety to promote intercourse between the citizens of the States, and liona that many of our citizens will at tend the Georgia Fair: We are sure they will be ' most hcartly welcomed, hospitally entertained and highly gratified. Addresses by several distinguished speak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT CORN CROP OF THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by all. But notwithstanding the crop mil to a i large extent, be cut ofl", it is not entirely without remedy. This is to bo found in a machine known as Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn Mill and Crasher, -which is recommended to the attsntion of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. The Mill U strong and durable, perfectly ample tn. Ue construction, and ad-uirably adapted to the purposes for which it is designed, vie The shelling and grinding of com and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels of meal per hour; crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shellingtwenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect esse to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser ...

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