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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 7 November 1854

AND AMERICA T k 4- fife 't " "sPq-.E'iMUi IMi NASHVILLE, TENN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1854 r0L. XXV. mo m. SHVILLE I 0 11, I IKION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 9 anil H, Deaderick Street. 1 .IK WBtiKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Islurnished feibaerlbersat the following rates: Sin gib copies, one. -ru in advance. 2 50; within the yeartS 00; at, the end t (be year ti 00. Clues Of five and upwards $2 00 r. opy Tor one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re eved iorsix months at the foregoing rates. rTKI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday ?huredy " tint Saturday, at t-5 per annum in advance; if no. paia ji ' dvaHoe $C Vie DAILYis published at Eight Dollars. I -f THE MONEY J V Khh ' CASES TO ACCOMTANi . K.-iuittauces of subscriptions mav be uade by mall at our isk. iMper will be sent oat of the State unless the order U ao ' eom anied with the cash. SOUTHERN Oommcrcial College, AND WRITING INSTITUTE. rplll" first term of this College will com A menceon MONDAY, Feb. 13. in the .veund snacious room in Coo...

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. — 7 November 1854

tyWmft American. OFFICE-N03. 9 "ami 11, DEADEUICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT & CO. EIsTHSCm! C. C. CHTJfiCHi and Q. C. TOBBETT. TllEKllAY MORNING, NOV- 1854. " TUE GREAT CRISIS. Iu-repW lo a remark of the Richmond Enquirer, . dial a enemies of the South are exulting at the - prospector the defeat of Douglass inhis ownState; Vrom'tlie triumph of fanaticism In Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, they infer and hope for a sinrilar result in Illinois," the Louisiana Courier well remark- that, " if entertaining sentiments and wishes like these is limited to and characteristic of the en-crnief-of the South, we fear the Enquirer, in search itigfbr foes, will be forced to turn its gaze South ward as well as Northward. Where in the North have there been more jubilant demonstrations over rpnt Abolition victories, than have appeared in many of the whig and know-nothing journals of lhp South? Where has uougias oeen uenounceu with more bitterness than in the columns of South era newspapers? "Where ha...

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. — 7 November 1854

1 5p5! A .', it- "' . 1 i .NASHVILLE TUESDAY MORMSC, NOV. 7, 1S51. T A4cnMrt Tli. rhrp. mnj bct wWtrmm. mtdinm ii tfcal Wi'k -cWi tLxttrgtBl Muafeerqi rvfelu.uib.lowt proporuim.lt cut I. uul ih. l-ttl.ri4.rtS,iit .iHIi.,et rlioi.iiliiie eiroilalton.' Ab ifctfir y&mip4 tV yUiuAj AuwnrnucomaMMi to tat whoU ceraratuutr, ftadi -wf nH'trji-mf wOi U. MefnM oj ar city aoj f icinai Uf, adrr t ine it urj-i ti j!i rouirmiwnrirt. ,-Js3rf We call attention to thea'dve"rtiFernent"'of tl Sale of valuable real estate, in Knox.Ytlle in this lpcr. j ' - ,-CITV IMPROVEMENTS. ' 'Wo published an article some days since, show ing that there had been a steady increase in the woe of.real estate in Nashville and its vicinity, not withstanding many disadvantageous circumstances ufcieli have occurred daring the year. It always gives us pleasure to chronicle the evi- Jii -inecj of prosperity and advancement in our city, lU it is of equal importance some times to call at--twition to interests that seem to ...

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. — 7 November 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. I "rYfE SHORT CORN CROP F THE SEASON is a calamity most seriously felt and IHw-nlv deplored by alL Butnotwithstanding the crop 'VTi (t. ,1 nff it U not enttrelv without will to a jarx" wt'"! - -- , remedy, ibis JS 10 iouao. in aiaacume n -rain's Patent Portable Com Mill and Crusher, which is recommeuded to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial notice. TMJJUiulrongana, avrauu, perjy ,..r ... - . . j 4 1 n tkn wti rnfttfoa Tf"T :..u.t.f ;i .,o hrm hnshels ot meal per hour: v,: nH rh six to eieht bushels per hour, and sheUinjrtwenty bushels of corn in the same length of time ill or which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ani mals, (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction nf thpi mirchaser. This ilill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many reasons 1st It is the only portable mill hating the combined capacity of grinding, snelling, ana crasning corn, 'id. Unlike other portable mills, all extra eeari...

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. — 8 November 1854

Sff: NASHVILLE, TENIN: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1854 ytvi vvTr NO 428 4 i 1 ' tfiNTON AND AMERICAN. UFFIOE-No. 0 auil 1 1 , Deaderick. Street., THE Wi i-.hLY CMOS' ANDrAMEElCAN iBfurnishcd to .ulw.it.tt.Tii il.e liillowrr.jj ratefc: Single copies, one " 'jt. " i.-..uvjuiee. wiihin the year$8 00; at the end of il.a yew; 1 Ulbbi Of live and upwards f 2 00 pi'Y Tot oueyear. Clubs'of subscribers will be re ' c ' vd H t months at the foregoing rates. Va JRMVEEKLV la published every Tuesday ?huredy , I a Saturday, at J 5 per annum in advance; if ni. paig a -- r&nc. 6. " D, . ,'JAILY is published atKgbt Dollars. i 'rfti: mosy.y f ll cases to accomtani ."-.451tIPTIOSSjp iiafii.t of sub-icnptiona cuut be uade by mail our k. , i j-or will be sent wit ot Ihe State unless the order la ac amed pith the cash. , . a- - -g SOUTH BUN imcrciai College, ' WRITING INSTITUTE. rrlU Sist term nF this College will com J wnce ou MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the lai en j 1 spacious rtm In Cooper's block. Ba herrv s...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 November 1854

1&4 ft t- to I DAILY $8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY1LQ OFFICE NOS. 9 and 1J, DEADERICK STREET.. G. C. TORBETT CO. re&. QEASTMAN, M.C. C. CHtTECH,-ad Q. C. TORBETT. WEDNJJSDAsT MORNING, NOV. 8, 1854. J i ' 1 . WHIGGERY. 1iEb"e' elections in the so called free State3 this fall have resulted adversely to the democratic party. That is granted. But nobody is able to tell who 'is the victor. Whiggery, as itused to be preached by " ,Henev Clay and Daxiel Webstzb, was not in the contest at alL "We hear, occasionally! of a sort of whiggery, in which tlie main element is rank "abolitionism, claimincr to be still alive: but, we re peat, the sort of whiggery which Hehry Clay used to talk is no more. Its life, experience, and final absorofion bv abolitionism and know-nothmgism can now be written, with a finis to it It is dead, and embowled bv the isms. Whiggery has been a very short-lived affair. It lived rather longer than its father, "National Re publicanism. " but not so long as its grandf...

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 November 1854

PA d. 3-t'fS 4 NASHVILLE s WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOV, 8, 1854. To Admiwn -yTht rarapenantltcat adTtrtulnx nsatlraai it thai which rvacfeci the lanr. number ot wader, al Lh lawest proportMoate coal; and Uia laiua-a oraJJrnutnr wttl U In t tact nUM with ife. circtilatioiu At lh cir- number iraoen ai ih ia rnutn; wdl ba In t xact ruuo' aW..a ip UMod -1 tow (feion Ani-nscn it Common to the whole eoraraanuj, aad it 'w..a "CtMf wuh the inercaM stttmttny ami ricioal town, aa an adrar u i g mwmnm ft earpatafa all it coutTTnporariea. i -Death or Robert G. Smilet, Esq. Our city camtqunity yesterday morning was greatly shocked - s to hear of the sudden death, by inflamation of the toiach and bowels, of Robert G. Smiley, Esq., oie of-our most enterprising and valuable citizens. . 3?T Ir. JJitUMus, who has labored faithfully nxii well during the season, takes his benefit to night at (be theatre. He ought to be remembered uniough to fill the house. , . Gov. Neil S. TJbown will deliver a Lec ture bef...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 8 November 1854

r i Wit 'i - mi , . v i .t. ti MISCELLANEOUS. THE SHORT CORN CHOP M) THE yrsu: is a calamity most seriousiyieit.a-- I .lmilnred bv alL But notwitusUndinz tho cro-n wiU to a large extent, be cut off, it is not entirely without iciSedj-' Thfs is to be found in a machine, known as la- i Lsavitt's Patent Portable Corn Hill and Cra-her, '-which is recommended to Uie attention of the farmer and i'Sloclt ruiter -Sbighly worth of their especial notice. ThtMUi uttroH'janl duraUt, ptrf telly tunple tn tit comlrueti-m, and ad-uirablv adapted to the purposes Icr ..which it is designed, vie -'The shelling and grinding of .corn and crushing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable tor I-tntly use, ture- crushing corn and 00b sir to eight bushels per boar, and BhelliOi twenty bushels 01 corn in k - ,-all of which it accomplishes with perfect ease to the ant-ij-alsjtwo horses Uiare.ired,)and entire satisfaction .ifr .ThisAlill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for r 1st It i) the only...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 November 1854

t NASHVILLE LJiNlOlN AND AMERTfTPr OL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN? THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 185-i Kb 429. B.-f .4 , ' 1. XON AND AMERICAN. 'rTlCE-Nos. 9 nud 1 1 , Dcadcrick Street. Ill WEr.KLY UNION AXD AMERICAN lafiirnished ritwrs at the following rates: Single copies, one advance. & 5? within the yeartS 00; at the end i ie year H Oo. Cuius Of five and upwards $2 00 v-j-fAYcupy tor one vest. Clubs of subscribers will be re- Ji lRTStxtuonUoi At the foregoing rates. Jt-litl-VEIiKLl 13 published every Tuesday "hursdsy -"imiuiuiij, u u per annum in aavance; II m.. paia .n ft.- JAlLV ig published at Eight Dollars. T1I8 MONKV i ALL CASES' TO ACCOMFANi ie'?Meee of subscriptions mar be uade by mail at our 1 Wti. 1 r.fc will be sent nut of the State unless the order ia ac i anied ith the cash. SOUTHERN 032imcrcisl College, WR I TING INSTITUTE aV'EtiratUrmofthis College will com usate on MONDAY, Feb. 18, in the Atj-4 fcjjaotoui room in Cooper's block, on ciuucf street, tire doors above Deaderict....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 9 November 1854

i ZUZLFS8; TRI-WEEKLY $5; WEEKLYSIbQ OFFICE-NO& 9 asb 11, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT As CO. i& i E. 0. EASTMAN, H. C. C. CHURCH, end O. C. TORBETT. THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 9, 1854. . 1THE GREAT CONDEMNATION. " - Such the whig papers call the result of the late elections in the noa-slaveholding States. They say that these results are a condemnation of the Na tionaliAiiministration. There is no doubt that the passage of Nebraska-Kanzis bill has been U3ed as a potent' weapon by the free-soil whig3 of those juts; and we are prepared to hear such whigs claim. their triumphs as a condemnation of that portion pf- the policy of the administration which relates to the organigation of the new territories. But we cannot easily become accustomed to simi lar congralulatory declarations by southern whip. They very well know that this " condemnation, " of which they talk, is the result of the effort of the administration to maintain the rights of the South. Tbo repeal of the Missouri c...

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. — 9 November 1854

in E3. ilASIYlLLE a JTailUSESPAY MORNING, NOV 9, 1854. To Adreriiwre Tb dpMlatklben dvwmiaf invduim if that hib irrrn lUXUilrtr tl rruier fct lh luvrM piopruMil t, ad tfc "mV; twniiui wili b in fx art rang wittr tW eireutatio. At the cir, '",ton ! the yta u4 Aauntui ucoraiDOn to tkr wbrft eommwH y, and u lta wmiuaf wm4i QictteremwriHirciiy ami k-iU towns, u n Sw. jt ytfcainaHataam tOBlniportnft. i The auction salo of J.vo. A.MEwkn; trus- tee, continues to-day and to-night, atthoold stand DtiKTOS. Those desiring bargains would, do well to attend. . . ''Tr.iiipLK's'AnDiTiox. We would call the' atten tion.of our readers to the sale of Lots to come off "tlii? day, on the premises, on Market street, irnine Jttely in the neighborhood of the Free School Thtse lots arc all beautifully situated, and are well veruiy the attention ol buyers. They are in a flourishing neighborhood, and are convenient to -nver failing water, the u?c of which is free to allj without money and without price. - Omn...

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. — 9 November 1854

L M SC131XANE0TJS. 1 tiif suoiiT cokn cuor . . n i will ular1;eeiieat,i3 cutoff. it 13 not entirely witbout I n . : .is l:-.. l ...... remedy IJ1IS to l luuuu m oiuat-uiuc ikuunu Xsavitt" Pitsat Portabl9 Cora Hal ana cmsner, rwhichtsreco-ntbeodea to the attention ot tbe larmer ana - . . .. , 1 I stoelt niuer uiniRniy wormy u ineireipeciHuyvo. ;- con!ricw. and ad-uirablv adapted to the purposes for which ilisdesijrnei, vie -Tbe shelling and grinding of com and cribbing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable r fiinily ire, three bushels of meal per hour; ciushiug com and cob sir to eight bushels per hour, and shellinz twenty busheU of corn in the same length of time n ..r-iriiii'K it Kvwnmliiibes with perfect ease to the am- mils ftwohures being required, and entire satisfaction This.Mill is desirable to the firmer and stock raiser for 1st It is the only portable mill baring the combined ' nnriit1nf irriiidinir. shellinz. and crushine corn. 2d UaliKeothsr portable mills, all ext...

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 November 1854

1 NASHV AND AMERICA TOL. XXV. - NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1854 NO 430 UNION IL. jJi N. i i i ti f h i; I i li 1 e & c a & n ti. a. c a i rot 4, t' I' & aica K lia w And a? Oeoi 9d I Wh StTR 31 UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE Nos. 9 and 1 1, Deaderick Street. THE WKhKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnisbed u subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one T"1 in advance, f 2 &V, within the veartS 00: at the end of the year $1 00. Clubs Of five and upwards J2 00 j pr copy for one Tear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived Inr six months at the foregoing ratea. Tie TRI-WEEKLY' is published every Tuesday rhuredy and Saturday, at J5 per annum in advance; if no. paia a id vanes, t$. Hie DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. -THE MONEY I-- U.L CASES TO ACCOMTANi ayuscBiiTiosja emittanoes of subscriptions ma 1m ude by mail at our risk. ... ; aper will be sent out of the State unless the order U ae- anted with the cahh. S O L" T II E B N Commercial College, AND WRITI...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 10 November 1854

iril 1 r G 9 .4 InJ If the fcUi tt:i 5 4 1 eeti AH BdI 3 ya asst h ) lailD (Eirimt & American. ZUiXr$8; TRI- WEEKLY $5; WEEKLY $2 50 0FFICE-N03. S ajcdIT, DEADERICK STREET. G. C. TORBETT Al CO. XAS ASTHAN, M. C. C. CHTTECH, and 0. C. TQBBETT. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1854. THE LATE ELECTIONS. 0-ir telegraphic reports yesterday morning an nounced tbo probable success of the . abolition-know-nothing tvhigs in Illinois, Michigan, and New Jersey; which is what we expected. They also an . nounceJ the probable election of Seymour, (dem.) as Governor of New York; which is what we did not expect, and are not yet prepared to credit. He is a sound National Democrat, a supporter cf Cass in 1843, and a friend of the Nebraska act now. If he is elected, we suppose his position on the Maine liquor Jaw question, and the division of the an ti Nebraikaites among a half-dozen candidates, will prove to have been the cause of his success. Well, our whig neighbors will have opportunity fjr anothe...

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. — 10 November 1854

K"5 A S H V I L L E FRIDAY MOKNINt;, NOVEMBER 10. 1854. T. 4r,'iiK.r. Tb.tli.iffv ulbm 1..mi'i- r4i-i ! ibil -kirk cM ti.r-t .imbil .1 ntim .i ,ke erol-ru.m.M cK uvi li. . ','ly";2',A!"ru"'rtlb ru.-al!U eirtuUu). A.tb.or. i " -ii-ii 1 Ifee 'In on n4 AauicuiawoDOHU ti. nM.coiuiiiaur, ..In THE THEATRE MR. TI LION'S BENEFIT. We appeal to all who wish to sec a well-regulated theatre sutained in our city to sec to it that llr. Tilt has a benrfit to-night Of his merits Xhere is but one opinion and tat is expressed in universal praise. But if tic good houses are to be reserved exclusively for stars, there is no induce ment for actors of his character and talent to come among us. The excellent play of Ingomar will bo " well performed to-uight, with Mr. Tilton and Mi3 Hill in the leading characters, aB it has ever bsen tendered in our theatre. There is every rea son, therefore, for a good house ; and we trust that the friends of tho drama will see that Mr. Tiaras has one. Chameeb or Coajmecc...

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 November 1854

MISCELLANEOUS. I THE S.UORT CORN CROP OF T11E SEASON i a calamity most seriously felt and deeply deplored byall. Butnotwithslanding the crop j will to a law extent, be cut otitis not entirely without i remedy. fins is to be found in a machine known as Isavitt's Patent Portable Corn Will and Crasher, which is recommended to the attention of the farmer and stock raiser as highly worthy of their especial not ice. Tks MM is strong and durable, perfectly simple t construction, and adtiirablv adapted to the purposes Icr which it is designed, vir-The shelling and grinding or com and crushing of corn and cob together, grinding, suitable tor family U5e, three bushels ot meal per hour, crushing corn and cob six to eight bushels per hour, and shelhntwenty bushels of corn in the same length of time all of which it accomplishes Jvith perfect ease to the am mils (two horses being required,) and entire satisfaction of the purchaser. This Mill is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for mauy re...

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. — 11 November 1854

NASH AMERICA . i ., i JL .1 f VOL. XXV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1854 AND N If UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No, oltutl II) UcadcrictStrecU- rUK WKcKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Isfurnished o bscribers at the following rates: Single copies, ono .wtr in advance. 2 50; rrithin the year&S 00; at the end sf the ye.r $4 vO. Clcbs Of fivo and upwards 00 iVjt copy for one rear. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived tcr six montha at the foregoing rates. f a TRl-WEEKLY ia published every Tuesday 'hursdsy cud Saturday, at 5 per annum in advance; it n. paia a -Avarice, fS. Che DAILY is published st Beat Dollars. -TI!E MOSEY I VLL CAKES TO ACCOMTAN1 ' irtll SSORIPTIOS "".fjkl ' ' omittances of subscriptions m be toads by mall st oar risk. . ( aper will be sent wut of the State unless the order fa ac- cntc; anied with the cash. ILK .- SOU T II E R N Oommorcial College, AND WRITING INSTITUTE. THE first term of this College will com mence on MONDAY, Feb. 18, in-the .argeand spacious roo...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 November 1854

$aHj)ll'nbitfc;mcricim, DAILY S3; TRI-WEEKLY $o; WEEKLY 50 OFFICE N03. 9 a-vd II, DEADERICK STREET. G- C. TORBETT fc CO. X'Q: EASTMAN, M. C. C. CHPBCH, and 0. C. TOBBSTT. SATURDAY MORNING. NOV. 11, 1834. Tilt, FhttVEriSENESS OF SOUTHERN' WUIGGERY. It seems to bo the solo object of many of the Southern whig journals to mystify and confuse the question before the country relating to the organi zuion of territorial governments in Nebraska and Kmsa?; in order, we suppose, to prepare Southern whi.'gery for the support of the free-soil candidate for tbe next Presidency, on the ground that he is no vorse than the democratic candidate. The Bxnner, day after day, copies from the ppeecb.es of northern democrats opinions that slavery will not go into the new territories, and holds up these opin ions to iis readers as proof that the northern demo crats are free-soilers, in the sense in which south ern people resist the action of tbe free-soil party. We ncalltct no censure by the Banner of the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 November 1854

I- He i! - H I KASHYILLE : NlTURDAY MORNING, NOV. 11, 1854. Vp adrttn TL rb..pfn tMt a4rfru.sif raediwa U Ul wMfh 1MMMf i.eruiif YtMl (.exact rauo viUi the ctreuution. Atdstelr. t 'tisiua el itii u Ataricat.commri u tit. wfcoleeomoiiinit,, indii u i- Rftfrl u .urpit, .it ij ccui;n;Mrnrt, J-tf" Wecatl attention to the sale of Real Es tate by E. A. Blkwe, at tlie Court House this xasTtiiag. See advei tisement. 22T" It trill be seen by the proclamation in this Pper that Gov. Jonsso.v lias appointed Thursday, the 20th instant, as day of thanksgiving and I!eTW in this State. 3T" We wwe favored with a good soaking ram yaitetttey. S3 Wo need only refer our readers to the bill, w think, to iniurc a full house to-night at the the atre, for the benefit of the hard working stage i.'Wiiager, Mr. Griekson. S" We regret to hear of the death, on yester day evening, of Robert I. Axdebsox, at the age of twelve years, the promising son and only child of Gen. S E. Asdeeso.v. His funeral will take plac...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 11 November 1854

jisoellaneous, 1 TXIEHOHT CORN CHOP 1 QF TIlKftSKASOXlsacalamity most seriously felt and j J uj,y deplored byalL liutcotwithstandin;; the crop ! wi m-tUre extent, be cut off, it is not entirely without nTfiy " Tui js to be found in a machine known as Lett's Patent Portablo Corn Mill and Crusher,- whic u lecotnmenrted to the attention of the farmer and suick raiser ashighly worthy of their especial notice. j Vht MW Utlrong unl tivraUe, perftctly timple in tit eiu ruclita, and admirably adapted to the purposes fcr wbicn it is designed, tic -The shelling and grinding of corn an 1 crashing of corn and cob together; grinding, suitable lor f-mily ue, three bushels ot meal per hour; Crushing corn mid cob six to eight bushels per hour, and eh-llinr tweiity bushel of corn in the same length of time .ill f which it accomplishes .vith perfect esse to the oni mtls (tWhirses being required,) and entire satisfaction ol'inepu chaMir Tills Milt is desirable to the farmer and stock raiser for many r...

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