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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 October 1854

VI I W I H A 1 H B H H H . 1 .. H IM f ifc. IB I " t IB I H A MB . I A 4 M Bl lH IBB I HI m ! SBB X ! I IBIB I i IH riBBB w f IBBSM M 1 RSI - -- U .il . ' .! ; I ' ,1 J m 1 1 m & II I II A 1111 - T-Nsvi " Tfc T' 1 YV k n -w ' .1 j rIV 1 1 1 1 i 71 1 I VI H U II . VOL. XXV. , NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1854 St ? ., NO 400 III t. i. , ft'" "UNION AND AMERICAN. O WI C K Nos. 9 and 11, Peaderick Street. THE VEKLY UNION" AND AMERICAN 14 famished 'o Mibucriberaat the following rates: Single copies, one -w iu advance. $2 50; within the 'year JS 00; at the end ortlie"Veirti 00. Clbs Of fire and upwards f 2 00 ?r cepy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will bo ro--.ved lor six mouths at the foreeoine rates. T e "WIMVEEKLY is published every Tuesday Thursdty , - r 4n4 Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; if nut paid .a ' I"!!' VAlBrls published at Fight TJollars. !trTHE MONEY 1" LL CASES TO ACCOlITANi jitdSceiptios-. . BBaj;lances of subscriptions mav be uade byjaailal our , jnsr...

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. — 8 October 1854

jD?S8; TRI-WEEFjLY WEEKL I'$2 50 OFFICE-N03. 9 "t 11. DEADERICK STBEET. G. C. TORBETTJtCO. Q. EASTMAN, M.C. C. CHTJRCK, and O. ft TOBSETT. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1854. 1... ' the DIVISION FAIR. The first Division Fair for Middle Tennessee, to beheld in this city on the 17 th October and four fnllowinir davs. promises to be well attended. "We already hear of articles being received for exhibi tion from all part3 of the State, and doubt not that they will continue to multiply from this time until the day of opening. A ni!W feature, not nrimnallu- enntemDlated, will , o -j - be introduced, through the liberality of several gen tlemen of this city; namely, prizes for the best fe male equestriennism. There will be four prizes : 1st, a superb ladies' saddle, worth $250; 2d, a dia mond ring, worth $75: 3d, a bracelet worth $50; and 4tb, a breast-pin worth $25. Competition for these prizes is invited from the ladies of the whole State. It is believed by some that the whole of these priz...

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. — 8 October 1854

1 if r NASHYILLE HUAWAY MORNING, OCTOHER 8, 1851. . -AGRIC0LTURAL. r?he Asiiuultoral Society .meetevery' Saturday at 1 o'clock, at tbo Gas Light office. Erery person laobas paid 'one dollar is a member, and la ros jectfnlly requested to attend. !-':.' BUILDING ASSOCIATION. At a meeting of the directors of the Building M.Awi.ition yesterday, J. W. F. Manniko, Esq., . VaS elected a director in the place of Judge BaiEV, .r.uuuor in place ox Mr. Mismnso. j3?Ve are requested to give notice that the Jfrv.Dr. McCuixoucn has accepted the Eectorship ..,ot xUti church of tho Holy Trinity, and that the cijurch will be open for divine worship on every .. Sunday' morning. Services to commence at 10 J o'jdock; and evening services at 3J o'clock. Seats . frae. ' " THE THEATKE. . ?,.Thero was never exhibited on the Nashville ." Boards a finer piece of acting than Mr. Jamison's representation of tho character of Werner. Itcould nit be excelled by any master, and is well worthy to Le placed on a leve...

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. — 8 October 1854

MISCELLAJSTEGUS. "tiTE SHORT cohn crop OP TI1E SEASON U a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by eU. Bat notwithstanding the crop u to a large extent be cut off. it is not entirely without remedy. This isio Deiouna in amscumo Xtavitt's Patent Portable Cora Mill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their special notice. ThtMMUttrSngand durM, perfectly nmpU xn a conduction, and ad-nirably adapted to tim VW" which it Udesicned, vie The shelling and grinding of rauuutL , . jj.th,- orindin!:. UabTe forK th.ee b-sbels ot meal! jer hour: U"H'e J rm"J to ei?ht bushels per hour, and cnuaiiii: euro uu VUM " . ,., . Ci- shelling twenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all 6? which it accomplishes with perfect ease tothe ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. . This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser tor many reasons: 1st It is the only portable mill ha...

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. — 10 October 1854

AND NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY,' OCTOBER 10, 185-i VOL. XXV. 3STO 405 it as v- a '4- UNION AND AMERICAN. O FFICE So. O and 1 1 , Dcnderick Street. TUB WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfuniishod u subscribers ai the following rates: Single copies, one riu advance. 2 50; within tho year J3 OOjattbeend -f Ihe year ?4 00. Clubs Of Ave and upwards 2 00 per copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re- ;eiveu iorsixmonuis ai uie ioregoing raies. T .e TRI-WEEKLY is published evary Tuesday rhursdny 4tul Saturday, at ?5 per annum in advance; if nut pom a drance, ?6. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. MT THE MONEY I Khh CASES TO ACCOMTANi SUBSCRlPTIOS!.i! , ... . Kemiltances or subscriptions ma be uade by mail al our r!ip"cr will be sent cut of the State unless the order U ac companied with the cash. ENGLISH CATTLE. rpO A-mcullural Societies and others reiuiring the beat I ltrd Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, iril'i Derons. Hereford's, Ayrshire and ...

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. — 10 October 1854

DAILY $3; TJtT-WEEKL T $5; WEEKLY2W OFFICE NOS. 9ixd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TOKBETT Ac CO. E. 0. EASTMAN, K. C. C. CHTTRCH, and G. C. TORBETT. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1854 GENUINE DEMOCRACY. Tho brief telegraphic sketch of the remarks of the venerable William Wilkiss, at Pittsburg, Pa., will find an echo in the heart of every true demo crat. Who are not proud of belonging to a party whose honored leaders are thus ready, when the occasion demands it, to bare their breasts to tno iu ry of fanaticism and bigotry? KT We must defer a notice of the Gazette s last article on democracy and know nothingism until to-morrow. FALL ELECTIONS. Elections take place in several of the so called 'free States" in this month and the next. That linen nWinna xr renerallvrcsult adversely to tho democracy is to be expected, as every known fac tion is combined and "fused" against it. We shall be thankful for anything which may be saved, but count on nothing. Of the election in Indiana, which takes...

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. — 10 October 1854

... !A " 1 1 !f"- 1 TNT ASH VILLE TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEK 10, IS54 AGRICULTURAL. His Agricultural Society meet every Saturday at 1 1 o'clock, at tbe Gas Ligbt office. Every person tl at has paid one dollar 13 a member, and is res I cctfully requested to attend. PREMIUM. A premium of six first rate cigars will be paid to any man who will tell us from the leading article in 3'osterdiy's Banner, which side of the know nothing question that paper is on. On that ques tion, as on the Nebraska and whiggery generally, the Banner, like the distinguished Wilkins Micaw- ler, roams to be "waiting for something to turn up." At the meeting of the Board of Director?, Hon. J. L. Helm, of Hardin county, was elected President of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. L L. SniiEVK, Esq., withdrew his name for Presi- 3enl. Mr. Underwood, of Tennessee, was quali liwl A3 a director, and Mr. Quiolkf was elected Erector, to fill the vacancy in the board caused by the election of Mr. Helm. Umvbusitv or Nas...

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. — 10 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHOUT COKN CHOP fV THE SEASON is ft calamity most seriously felt and ( 1 1 ! Ar.1nrA hrislL lint notwithstanding the crop vriUtoa !arpeexlent,be cut off, it is not entirely without remedy. This is to be round in a machine known as leavitt's Patent Portablo Corn Mill and Crusher, which is.recommended to the attention of the farmer ana .-inOr raiwr ns hlo-hlr worth v of their es pecial notice. construction, admirably adapted to I"". which it 13 designed, vi lob ?"""'"r7be minding, corn and crushing of com icob S hour Buitable for familuse, Cr. Zi crushing corn and cod i x ""'j th game length of time telling twenty bashete of corn in tnesa(;t "ThMillbdesirable to the farmer and stock raiser for "lsttlsaie only portable mill having the combined capacity of grinding, shelling, and crushing corn. "d Unlike other portable mills, all extra gearing, fram ing, shafts, spindles, horse powers, and the like are entirely dispensed with. Cd It exempts the possessor from a depend...

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. — 11 October 1854

i t r...r2M t i jib ! mi i i mw i niegyoa NASHVILLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1!, 1S54 VOL. XXY. NO 402r I, N ION AND ABIERICAN. OFFICE NoT. 1) nnd II, Deadcrick Street. 'VllS WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Iafuraishcd o Mibscrilwrs ai the following rates: Single copies, one fear idvance. i 2 50; mthin the year $3 00; at theeiid 'f the year $4 00. Cures Of fire and upwards f2 00 iryr copy for one ycui. Clubs of subscribers will be re paired lor nix mouths at the forep-oinc rates. V TRl-WEEKLY is published evtiry Tuesday ihuredy ,ul itura,r, at ?5 per annum m advance; u not pata a lavsnce, The DAILY is published at "Eight Dollars. . . wTTHfc MONEY I LL tlASES TO ACCOMFANi srnr!TiirTinp pj littances of subscriptions mar be wade by mail at our aper will be sent out of the State unless the order la ac cumpanied with the casn. Eraf SH CATTJL.E. rr i(l Agricultural .Societies and others requiring the best A Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, will- IWou...

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. — 11 October 1854

OFFICE-NOS. 9 sd 71, DEADEIUCK STREET. c. toubett & co. . mw t.t n"n"f!inmCH. and G. C. TOEBETT. VEDMPMOljtKpt. OCT. " 854- pTHE'GREAT FAIR. We repririftb-ay'the list' of premiums offered ,r the Mido "Tennessee fair, with pit Judges ap oinicd to award-premiums. Oa Saturday next, at JO .o'clock, the Society meet at the office of the -Gas Uompany, in Cooper's buiTdingJ to make filial preliminary ar- 5 r ingements. All interested m Uie lair snouiu at- . tsnd tliis meeting. THE GAZETTE AND THE KNOW NOTHINGS. "We do not disagree with the t Gazette as to the right of any man to adopt the principles of the t; know-nothings. We raise no snch.Jquestion,. and t there illlferefore no controversy between us on Ins point. .. . There is, rp&ra 'fdr'argtmient, however, on the- following paragraph in the Gazettes article : "Now. we-dn not think that, because a man mar "be conviriccd'of the expediency of a principle, which was not laid tltyvm in'the democratic platform in h- the time of JelT...

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. — 11 October 1854

9' ' NASHVILLE WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT, 11, 1854. AGRICULTURAL. Tli3 Agricaltnral Society meet every Saturday at 1 1 o clock-, at the Gas Light office. Every person II a. has paid one dollar 13 a member, and is res- Ifctlnlly requested to attend. E3F" The next lecture before the Mechanics' In ititute will be delivered on Thursday evening next "t.Mlie Odd Fellows' Hall, by Rev. J. B. FtitcuiON. I he high character of the distinguished lecturer will secure for him a fine hearing. His addresses always liavo the charm of freshness and vigor; he has fltought for the thoughtful and food for all Our readers will not forget that Mr. Dick- ix'osvtie tragedian, gives one of his Shakspearean Leadings this evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. TiiEATiir. Mr. Jamison- continues to play his w clwracters nightly, to houses not so well filled i Iih merits deserve. Wo hope this gentleman v.-i!l inn lie deterred from prolonging hi3 engage-hr-M, because we are sure that on his benefit night the iiuee will be f...

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. — 11 October 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT COKN CHOP Ow THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by alL But notwithstanding the crop w,UtoTlanroeet,be cut oQ-.it is not entirely without remedy. This is to be found in a machine known as Lsavitt's Patent Portable Corn Hill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the fanner and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. Th HiU is strong and AuraUt, perfectly simple in us construction, and ad-nirably adapted to the purposes fcr which it is designed, TicThe shelling and grinding or corn and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels ol meal per hour: crashing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shelline twenty bushels of corn in the same length of tune all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction rtf f hi. nnrrhaser. This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many rea...

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. — 12 October 1854

AMERICA NASHVILLE, TENN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1854 NO 403 NION D .'. 1 1. 3 . :.f' ft 5 UM ON AND AMERICAN. OVl'fCnfio. 9 and 1 1, Deaderick Street. TUB WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfuroished w Scirteribers at the following rates: Single copies, cue firn aid ranee, ft 50; within the year $3 00; at the end at lae yer f 1 00. Ulubs ui uve ana upwaras uu er copy fur die rear. Clubs of subscribers will be ro- j "ivd lersix mouths at the foregoing 'rates. ' T (TtI.-WKEKLY is published every Tuesday rhurscUy i H4 Saturday, at fo per annum in advance; if W paid .a Pice OAlLVisoublisliedatEiffhraoIlars. wTTrjE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOMTANx SOltSGRirTIOSf Ke,3iUhncs of subscriptions ms he wade by mail it onr nk. , i ttjr will be sent cut of the State unless the order U ac companied with the cash. ENGLISH CATTIiE. rTU Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best i Bjwotl Cattle from England, embracing KINK BLOOD HOUSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, n-iiii Devons, Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alde...

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. — 12 October 1854

EKLYWEEKI 50 GVc.TORBETT At CO. - r. mmnfnr.anaO. C. TORBETT. E. O. a&sium"!-"1- THURSDAY JIQItyigg OCT. 1854. DBEADl UL ACCIDENT. . :ui;BtArson sea and land which have as. r so awfully memorable have reached .wdful climax in the loss of the Arctic and . ,w frtr hundred lives. See telegraphic report THE RENOVATION OF WORN-OUT LANDS. J render a greater service "We imagine we cannot . ,;,it,,rl rpaflpra. of whom wo are proua ,i,aTwU than by publish- to say, uic mauj j - - . ingCom. Jones's Prize Essay on the renovation o B ., T. : f Mlnab e document worn-out lanc. u - rPrunv . a :r ;t raestions are careluuy lor me larmer, uu v-nofit tn -SJ mA MIowed will bo of immense benefit to " : nnratius. Wohave am ded tne cssy ' and other of which appears m our paper tc-u y, . .. r.ii on alternate days, so that eacn will contain a chapter. NEWYORK POLITICS. Tho New York Whig State ticket does not en- .:..,ir nVae Mr. IIokace Grfjxet, of the Tribune. Lli.J f M ti. .i,;nt-a it should have conta...

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. — 12 October 1854

ml- Pi 4 NASHYILLE THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 12, 1854. AGRICULTURAL. TheiVgncultural Society nieet every Saturday at 1 i o clock, at the Gas Ljght office. Every person it a', has paid one dollar is a member, and Is res IK-ctiulIy requested to .attend. ST "We call the attention of. all persons who are shipping "good3 from the East by the way of UwriestoD, and particularly those whose goods are consigned to Mr. J. 1L Willy; to the advertise meat of Mr. Hnxitr MissnooN, Agent, which ap pears in another column of our paper. He writes m that in order that they get their goods without delay, it is important that they send the money to pay freights; that owing to the tightness of money matters and other derangements produced by the epidemic it is altogether inconvenient for him to r&if money to pay their freights, &c CALIFORNIA. (contrary to our expectations, considering the pUt in tlieir ranks, heretofore reported, the demo orats have carried California for Congress and the Legislatu...

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. — 12 October 1854

-1 raSGELLAEOUS. TltE SHOUT CORN CHOP OV THE SEASON i calamity moit seriously felt and deeply deplored byall. JJatnotwithstand.Dg the crop remedy. in in -' Leavitt's Patent Portable Corn Mill and Crusher, which is-recommended to the attention of the farmer and itock raiser as highly Worthy Tjflhcir especial notice. TteMXlUilrongani duraUe, perfectly Jtmple m, JW nJmdi, and nd-nirably adapted to the i purposes fcr which it U designed, vie The shelling and grinding ot corn and crushing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable for family use, three bushels of meal per hour; crushing corn and cob sir to eight bushels per hour, and shelling 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 entiro satisfaction of the purchaser. This 1 41U1 is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reasons: lst-t is the only portable mill having the combined capacity of grinding, shelling, and cra...

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. — 13 October 1854

AMERICAN" TOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: EEIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1854 NO 40L I N (IN . -,4- - AND 4- ,111 li I 1 1 I 1 1 111 1 ) T 1 V'-' UNIOK AND AMERICAN. OFFlCE-S'os. 0 and 11, Deaderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN fa furnished Mfbkcribers'&t the following rates: Single copies, one -Sarin advance. $2 SO; within the year $3 00; at the end of fhe year t 00. Cras Of five and upwards 12 O0 per copy for one year, Clubs of s-bscribers will be re- ttTUibrsiimoulnBat the foregoing'xates. ! in TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday fhursdjy" ann Saturday, at o per annum in advance; u no.paia n ' !tie I) A1T.Y to nilMkhivl nt VSaht TlnHorn arTHE MONET I A.LL CASES TO ACCQMTAN1 .;nit5rinpTifB net erittuces of subscriptions mar be uade by mail at onr gaper trill ba Bent out of the State unless the order U ac- ssmpanit-d with the cash, "p0 Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best L Breed Cattle from England, embracing FIXE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, rtb "Devon, Heref...

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. — 13 October 1854

4 DAILY S8; TBI-WEEKL Y $5; WEEKLY$2bQ OFFICE NOS. 9 axd 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C.TORBETT dls CO. E. O.'BASTMAH, M. C. C. CHTTECH, ana 0. C. TOEBjETT. 'FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER. 13. 1851. FOREIGN INFLUENCE. ' What has Tennessee bad to complain of from "foreign influence u since Bhe has been a State 7; What foreigner has ever been' a- candidate for on important office? We doubt if there ha been twenty members of the Legislature of foreign birth since the organization of the State Govern ment Gen. jACKsoVas an Irishman's son, and, if the principles of the know-nothings are cor rectly represented, he would have been excluded from office. But wilt the people of Tennessee be r. lieve that his elevation to high office was a dan 7. .gerous exhibition of foreign influence? Turn'to the'eensus tables, and see tho number of foreigners, of all ages and sexes, who were in habitants of Tennessee in 1850 : Total of foreign birth, - - - 5,G38 ' Total number of white inhabitants bom in the United S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 October 1854

Dm sMiiiiiM inTir Tin "H5C'""t v -j' tt v 4 NISIVrL'LE : FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1854 THE FAIR. v Articles are being rapidly entered for exhibition, and the prospect of. a grand display is flattering, "IVe remind our mechanics and Fanners that they are inrited to exhibit everything excellent in ruan-- ufactures, Bgricn1tnre,'and the useful or ornamental arts, me. product or raanniacture oi aennessee. whether included in the list' of premiums or not. .Premiums and diplomas will be.as freely awarded ' - .to such articles as may merit them not on the list 8 to'those that are. ARRESTS. - "We understand that on yesterday evening there were some six .or seven persons arrested on "Smoky Row" and committed to jail on the charge oMarceDy. - It will be recollected that some time since, number of fine horses were stolen from persons in tHil city and vicinity, and also some'robbenes com- Z Jnltted; and those who had lost the propjrty had " ' pretty nruch despaired of ever being able to get ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 13 October 1854

.ag.ii7i'fwiMii,ja mtscellMeoijs. T11E SHOUT CORN CUOP -E.THE SEASON Is Bcalamitjr most scnuuslj-felt ana , t Vl,deeply deplored by alL Butnotwithstanding the crop L WUiraaiUECO"e"Hl cuiuu,u uu. cuuiuj .,,.uu... . remedy. Tcis is to b foand in ainachine knownas lsavitt's Patent Portable" Com Mill and Crusher, which l recommended to the attention of the fanner and stock raiser lisliighlf worthy of their especial notice. The MUiisetrony and durable, perfectly simple in construction, and ariniirablyadapted to the purposes for. 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 ot meal per noun "crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, ana shelling twenty bushels of coram the same Je0?1"", all of which-imccomplisheswith vrrOcttmtotbean . mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction ?hiPM&irable to the toner and slock raiser for ' TsntT&Tonly portable mill...

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