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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 14 October 1854

IL AND ERICAN. 0 NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1854 VOL. XXV. NO 406, N A Sll ILLE UNION AM UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. Sand 1 1 , Deaderick Street. THE' WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished o subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one jear in advance. f3 50; within tbe year 8 00; at Uie ena pi ihe vear 4 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards f 2 00 "per ' copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived lor six months at the foregoing rates. ' T ia T1U-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhuredsy and Saturday, at 15 per annum In advance; if no.paia .a advance, f 6. The, DAILY.ia pnblished atEight Dollars. terr-THE MONET I VLL CASES TO ACCOMTANx " m!3r!RiPTino eet u'emittances of subscriptions may be tiade by mail it our fraper will be sent out of the State unless the order I ac companied wim tne casn. CATTIiE. 'pO Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best X Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, iritti Devons...

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. — 14 October 1854

DAILY TRIWEEKLY a; WEEKLY&50 ' OFFICE NOS. Vaxd 11, DEADERICK STREET, G. C. TORBETT At CO. E. n.VARTWATT, M. C. C. CHTTECH, and 0. C. TOEBETT. SATURDAY MORNING OCT. 14, 1854. CURIOUS. The Whig papers insist that the democrats are as deeply implicated in the know nothing move ment as the whigs. Yet, curious to say, they 're joice over every success of the know nothings, even when a whig is beaten by them, and invaria bly call such successes "democratic defeats." Will they please tell us why, if the democrats are as deeply involved in know nothingism as the whigs, the success of the know nothings' is any more a democratic than a whig defeat? "We should like to read an essay from the Banner on this subject. HEALTH OF SOUTHERN CITIES. Savaknad, Oct. 10, 9 p. m. Total interments for the 24 hours preceding, 4, of yellow fever, 2. Charleston, Oct, 10, 9 p. m. There have been 9 deaths from yellow fever for the past 24 hours. AnnnsTA. Oct 11. 3 p. m. The Board .report 4 deaths from yello...

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. — 14 October 1854

nt""""" 1 Ka .. i I if I- i V b ft ' 0 i- if NASHVILLE SATURDAY MOUNTING. OCT. 14, 1854. TI1E ELECTIONS. "We, received no telegraphic despatches yesler day. 'The abolitionists end know-nothings have, no doubt" carried Ohio and Indiana there ore no whipg in .those States. A.,despatoh from Philadelphia to the Louisvfllo Journal says " the democrats give up the State." Tbe.scatlering returns look as though they might very safely do so. Attention! Likdslet & Crockett propose to sell on. this day, at the Court House, a desirable family residence on Spruce street, lately occupied by Prof. Cnoss. Persons Wishing to buy such property would do well to attend. For terms, &c, look-to their advertisement in another column. Auction Sales. Dcxoan, Morgan & Co. hold their .Second Large Sale of Cry Goods, &c, com 'mencing Tuesday morning, 17th inst, at 9 o'clock. They have a large and magnificent stock, and we recommend our city and country merchants to at , tend the sale. THE THEAT...

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. — 14 October 1854

ryjj3jjraiijiii.:iioiitti: MISCELLANEOUS. THE AIIOKT CORN CUOP OF THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously fell and deeply deplored by alL Butnotwithstanding the crop I will to a large extent, be cutoff, it is not entirely without I remedy. This is tote round in a machine Known as Loavitt's Patent Portable Com Hill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. ThtMillutlrong and durable, perfectly timple. n tfi construction, and admirably adapted to the purposes fcr which it U designed, viz: -The shelling and grinding of corn and crusfiing of corn and cob together; grinding, suable tor family use. three bushels ol meal per hour; crushing corn and cob sis :to eight bushels per tour and ahellioztwenty bushels of corn in the same length of time nil cf 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 f...

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. — 15 October 1854

HVILLE AND AMERICAN. VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1854 NO 407 MS UNION UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 9 and 11, Deadcrick Street. THE WEtfKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfuraished ' o subscribers ai the following rales: Single copies, one mt id advance. i'Z 50; within thJ year 3 00; at the end JJPlu year t-i 00." Cures Of five and Epwards $2 00 ver copy for one rear, Clubs of subscribers will be re- wived for sis months at the foresroinir rates. no T le TRLWEEKLV is published every Tuesday rhursdjy na Saturday, at to per annum in advance; ii nwpaia a advance, t6. The DAILY is irahlished 1 Eie-ht Dollars. M-TTME MONEY J VL CASES TO-ACCOMFANi. Remittances of subscriptions mar ba uade by mail at our risk. taper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied: Kim we casn. ' RiVftLISH CATTLE. 'TOAnicultural Societies and others requiring the best i Hrpml Cattle from Enclana. emliracine FINE BLOOD HORSES, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, mlh Drons. 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. — 15 October 1854

is1-- II- ' latlg ICmmt American. DAILY tQ; TRI-WEEKLYb; WEEKLY&5Q OFFICE NOS- 9 am 11. DEADERICK STREET.; G. C.TORBETTAe CO. B. G. EASTMAN, H. C. C. CHURCH, and G. C. T8EEETT. SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1854. -...-..- TENNESSEE WHIGS. So far S3 we have had opportunity for observa tion; the whigs of Nashville regard the successful r.party in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana as their own party, and we have never seen thera more elated aS any result than at the defeat of the dem ocrats of those States. Some of our friends tell us that this is not surprising. But to us, with all our experience with whiggery, it is surprising. These men, with all their whiggery, have yet the same . personal interests at stake here that the democrats have. Those of them who are at all informed, know perfectly well that abolitionism ultra and . unconcealed wtB the almost single issue present ed by the whigs of these States in the recent elecf lions.-. They cordially adopted the platform and the candid...

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. — 15 October 1854

It A y A SHTIILE : & UND AY -MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1854. . .TnE Pater iln.ii of Mu. WmTEMiif. An hour's orive a fow days since brought us into the neigh-lorEo-of-this-cxtensive establishment ahJ wo 8 railed ourselves of the opportunity of visiting it 1 he mill is located on tho White's Creek Turnpike, 6 wen. or eight miles from Nashville. The country around is broken and hilly, presenting almost every variety of picturesque scenery the valeys beneath are rich and fertile, and yield in abundance all kinds of products. Thp farm on which Mr. WmTEMAN resides is in a high state of cultivation, and shows evident marks of care and attention by the enter prisiagowner. On" arriving at the mill we were kindly shown through the establishment by the gentlemanly pro prietor. The machinery is propelled by two large engines one in the centre and the other at the right of the building. On the first floor and in tho light wing of tho house i3 the machine for making iiew3 and the cparser articles ...

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. — 15 October 1854

' 1 ' 1 ' . " titfT SHOUT corn chop o irnp ot!snX is a calamity most seriously felt and i Jdtilv-denloredbyaU. Bat notwithstanding the crop to aPleeS be cut oft, it is vol entirely without remedy. This IS to DClouuu iu auiauuiue uiunu" t Patent Portable Corn Mill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and klock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. mi. i 7 A,lnhU wrf-Jln eimvle in if construction, and ad-uirablv, adapted to the purposes fcr v .:.Jr.: j -tri,.. ih.i! nir mid imndine of corn and crashing of com and cob together; gnntog, suitable for fcmily use, three bushels of meal per hour, vr a ;olit bushels per hour, and shelUne twenty bushels of corn ?,.thmf ''mf -aU of which it Mcomplisbeswith perfect ease to the am mala, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction ThisMill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for "isT-dtisthe only portable mill having the combined nintrnf rmndina-. shellin". and crushinircorn. 2d Unlike othe...

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. — 17 October 1854

we-. NASHVILLE AMERICA rLVXJL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY: OCTOBER 17, 1854 NO08, UNION V7 X ' -Br UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 9 and 1 1, Deaderick Street. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished 1 ' i-jmbscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one feer in advance. $2 SO; within the yearJS 00; at the end .of the veir ii 00. Cldes Of five and upwards $2 00 lr copy for pneyear. Clubs of subscribers will be re- T te TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday -urdy . nd Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paia in tadv&nse, Jo. The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. ..- TUE MONEY I VLL CASES TO ACCOMTAM t-TTllo-OID-Tf -r. -emilUnces of subscriptions ma- be uade by mail at our ,, e aner will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. ENGLISH CATTLE. .'10 Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best ! Breed Cattle from England, embracing FINE BLOOD HORSEd, SHORT-HORNED CATTLE, iritli Devons, Hereford's, Ayrshire and Alderny C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 October 1854

DAILY$8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKL Y$1 50 -j3FFICE NOS. SamTu, DEADERICK, STREET. G. C. TOUDETT fc CO. E. Q.E&STUAN, M.C. C. CHURCH, and Q. C. TORBETT. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, IS54. THE ELECTIONS. The majorities in Pennsylvania are put down, in the news printed to-day, at 30,000 all around. There were we believe, three State officers voted for Governorl Judge of the Supreme Court, and Canal Commissioner. According to the telegraph, the abo litionists have elected the Governor by the 30,000 majority, while the democrats have elected, the Judge and the Commissioner also by 30;000. If this is so, we don't exactly understand how - the result can be claimed as an abolition (or whig) victory; and it look3 to us as though whig, boast ings here were a little premature. THE FAIR. We shall devote most of our attention this week to 'the lair, which commences to-day, and continues during the week. The agricultural interest of .the State, deserve at least one week of exclusive devo tion at o...

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. — 17 October 1854

Nash v ilie 'TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1854. SFTbo Jpdcea -ofjJwFair. are requested to meet as early as possible on the Fair Ground this Korning. . 5?"" AVe have.been requested to state that the entrance fee to the Fair Grounds will be received .... v uauic ouucit uiia uiuraiugs. "T THEATRE. A newrjahdidate for the favor of the patrons of the theatre appears to-night, and with peculiar claims upon it Mis3 JLutr Hiix, a Tennessee lady, and the daughter of a former citizen of Nash villcyhas been engaged, and makes her first appear ance to-night in the Orphan of Geneva. Our Mem phis friends speak of her with enthusiasm. We may attribute something of this enthusiasm to their na tural nartialitv for a beautiful and accomDlished townswoman, and yet expect to find Miss Hill lully equal to the position for which she en gaged. Mr. Jamison appears as Qarwin and as Uncle Tom, it being the last night of his engagement The beautiful panorama, "the New Testa ment Mirror," was exhibited last ni...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 17 October 1854

... .! 1 MISCELLANEOUS. tub 'short corn crop SP TI1K SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored by aU. Hut notwithstanding the crop tu targe extent, be eutoff.it is not entirely without remedy THis is to bibnnd in a machine known as Lsavitt's Patent Portable Cora Mill and Crasher, Tfbiafa u recommended to the attention of the farmer and i took-raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. The MM UttrSnqHrtd durable, perfectly pp J f . j, SAr three of meal ' gr hour; crushine corn and cob sir to eight bushels per -hour, and Sitpliri.. .t. r-n horses beine required,) and enUre satisfaction m, ' .1m:ii .c;r-oT,To 4a the firm pp And stock raiser for XXI 13 jMUi IO ucautiutw many reasons- ...... . . .ir. Ar-rTnHinT KhUiniT. and cniahin? corn. ids, shafts, spmaies, norse powers, ana me ue kowi-; .liamncivl with. It exempts tbeposscssor from a dependence upon wa ler mills, which during seasons like the present, is quite HBoerUuD, and Irequentiy attenaea mm :""""rA.Yr"...

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. — 18 October 1854

HVILLE A VIE R VOL. XXV. NASBTVTJLLE, TENN: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1854 NO 409, NAS T IT t r fcl AND ICAN. ' - zrzr 11 J T J!. t UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 0 and 1 1, Deadcrick Street. THE WE&KLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfuroished to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one tot m durance. a -so; wimin ine year oo; at tue ena of ike rear $ 1 00. Clues Of fire and upwards 12 00 , per, copy for one year. Clubs of eubscribers will be re- witrti Hjrsixuioa'.us ai uig luregoing rave a. V . TRI-WEEKXY is published every Tuesday fhursdy v na naiuraay, at i & per azmuu tn navancr, it nut paia a wivance, rtj. The DAILY Is published at Eight Dollars. t-a-TTHK MONEY X LL CASES TO ACCOMTANx SUBSCRIPTION . an 'naiitt&nces of subscriptions mar be.uade by mail at our fist i aper will be sent out of the State unless the order Is ac companied with the cash. ENGLISH CATTJLiE. 'no Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best i Rreed Cattle from England, embracing KINK BLO...

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. — 18 October 1854

5'C J. 1 am0irmenQm DAILYS8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY $2 50 OFFlCE-NOa 1lnd1ii7dEADERICK STREET. mmmAi-t: G. C. TORBETT & CO. E. Q..EASTMAN, M..C. a CHURCH, and G. a TORBETT. .WEDNESDAY JHORNING, OCT. 18, 1854. r . THE FOREIGN NEWS. . JThe-news by the Baltic is in the highest degree important.. The meagre details of the great battle at Sebastopol will excito intense interest to hear the full particulars. THE FAIR. There was never a finer day for a fair than yes terday, and the attendance was very large. Quite half the visitors, too, were ladies, and the appear ance of the vast amphitheatre was therefore ex cecdingly bril liant and imposing. JTho exhibition included manufactures of wool, of . .cotton, of silk, of hemp and flax, cabinet or carpen ter's work, hats, shoes, and boots. The exhibition of useful and ornamental needle work was much die 'largest, although nearly every department of . , manufactures in cotton was represented, rorue tails we refer to the report. It will be see...

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. — 18 October 1854

it NASHYILLE WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 18, 1854. V The Riding Day. On -Friday, the trial of eques tiftnnealiip.will take piece. " - - THEATRE. The performance to-night is for the benefit of .Air. Jamison, being hi3 last appearance. The favo rito play 6f Damon and Pgtlu'a$ will be presented for the first time this season. Damon is said to bo one of the best of Mr. Jjtvisox'a characters. We need-not, therefore, add, that it will be as nearly perfect as any representation of the character ever seen in Nashville. The play of ihe Old Plantation y, ill also be repeated. We hope, and believe, that the house to-night will be such as to leave Mr. Jamison pleasant recol lections of his visit to Nashville. Dr. Hamlin, of this county, exhibited a bee hive of his own getting up, at the Fair yester- , .day, it was filled with bees and honey. Itstruck us as being superior to any tiling we have ever .seen of the kind. There were also several boxes ot honey comb taken from the same description of hive...

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. — 18 October 1854

r. U 1-4.' If,. r MISCELLANEOUS. ;XJIE"SHOKT CORN CHOP Op TliV SEASON Is a calamity most seriously felt and deeVlr deplored bvall. Butnotwlthstanding the crop trUl4 a?Sr2e"leot.e cut off, it is not entirely without remedy. This is to be fpund in a machine known as Lsavitt's Patent Portable Corn, mil aaa urusaer, , which U recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock-raiser M highly worthy of their especial notice. Tht MM is strong ani dttralU, pwfectly simple in us vmitruction, and ad-uirably adapted to the purposes tor vyhichit"UdeBimed,viE-The shelling and grinding of corn and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable for fimily use, three bushels ot meal per hour; crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and sbellinz 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 Mill is desirable to .the farmer an...

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. — 19 October 1854

Mr . ji . HVILLE AMERICM. yol. xxy. NASHVILLE, TENN: THUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1854 NO 410, I'.NION AND 1:2. . JHt.t Irr V UNION AND AMERICAN OFFICE Nos. 9 and 1 1, Deaderick Street. VHEWEtKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished o subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one fr in advance. ?2 50; within we year 3 W, at the ena f ilie year 1 1 00. Clubs Of fire and upwards J2 00 psr copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re- snvedlorsix month Rat the foregoing rates. T i TRl-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday rhnrsdiy hm Saturday, at 65 per annum in advance: if nu; poia .a tvar.ce, f 6. Ite DAILY is pnblished at Eieht Dollars. i-rf-THE MONEY Is ALL CASES TO ACCOIIFAN SUBSCRIPTIOS. tel t emlltancea of subscriptions emit be uade by mall at our TtA. raper will be sent ont of the State unless the order Is ao- owjmanica with, ine casn. ENGLISH CATTLE. ' Pi Agricultural Societies and others requiring the best 1 Breed Cattle from England, embracing FIXE BLOOD HORSES, SHOUT-HORNED C...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 October 1854

- 33 PI i r IT- i 2MZ&r$$ TRI-WEEKLY 5; WEEKLY&m OFFICE-NOS. 9 asp 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT Ac CO. EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHURCH, and 0. C. TOKBETT. E.G Til UKSPAY MORX1NG, OCT. 10, 1854. EST" The majority of Morr, democrat, for Canal Commissioner in "Pennsylvania, was printed eight thousand, in ourpaper yesterday, instead of homy thousaxd, as we -wrote it, on the authority of the Pennsylvanian. TliE FAIR. The time for doubting is past, and the fair has proved a success. Daring the first two days, much the least interesting to most persons, it has been at tended by not less than ten thousand persons rather more than five thousand the first day and hnt1iftl less than five thousand the second day. m.- ai nf manufactured articles was not very large, but showed good progress by our State in the right direction. There were but few bugg.es ex i.tw, hnt those which were shown would have, -f notice in any city. The specimens of ag- ricultural implements stoves, castings, silve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 October 1854

NASHVILLE ; WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 18, 1854. NeVBooks. VTe are indebted to W. T. BsrrT & Co for a copy of Batard Tati-os "Jowrr.ey to Otntral Africa" recently issued from the press by Or P. Pot.n-am & Co., New York; Wiicn it was announced, moro than three years "go, that Bayard Taylor had gone to the Orient, the public looked to the event sa the promiso of a forthcoming book, from which they were to derive loth amusement and information. The traveler had Iwouie a literary favorite in this country, and his admirers had already contemplated to what a height industry and the force of genius were to elevate his fame. Apd now, that the "Journey" is per formed, the traveler returned, and the book on the helf, whp does not intend to read its pages? Since ita issuance from the press, no similar work lias created so great a sensation in literary circles. The "Journey" was undertaken from motives of health, not curiosity. It was not begun or prose cuted for the purpose of writing a b...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 19 October 1854

ft L I lit L. r 1' 1 0 f MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT CORN CHOP OF THE SEASON Is calamity- tnost seriously fell and deeply deplored by alL Butnotwjthstanding tbe crop will to surge extent, be cut otitis not entirely without remedy. This is to oe iouna in a macame kuuwu as leavitt'a Patent Portable Cora Mill and Crusher, which is recommended to the attention of tbo farmer and j stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. TkrMUlis strong an-l durable, perfectly simple in its construction, and adTiirabiyadapted to the purposes fcr which it is designed, tic The shelling and grinding of corn arid -crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitablej'or fcmjlj use, three bushels ot meal per hour; crusBing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and Bhellin; twenty bushels of corn n the same length of time all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mils, (two hordes being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable to the firmer ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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