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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 20 October 1852

- If 0 : ! . . r .... ' "n,S. ' sT '- I . ' '"-i ' .' . - I " . a f v K Wb o TOL. I. to-. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 20, 1852. NO. l. - . ( ' i 7 i " " " t ' O o o o PrBLIHED WEEKLY BY JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BREEIT, Office on Cedar Street, Eat of the PMje Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance; Two Dol lars and Fifty Cestb in six mouths; Three Dol lars at expiration of year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per pquare for the first, and 50 Cento for each subsequent insertion. yearly rates. Professional Cards, (five lines or less,) " " (more than five lines,) Quarter of column or less, -Half column, ..... One column, ..... Announcing candidates, feuranee,) $ 5 10 18i 371 75 $3 Address the Publishers, Post Paid. ' LOUDON: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1852. The rapid growth of rnr new and flour- Z .t a. T 1. ! 1 waning TOwn oi ixuaon w-- -jo generat remarK cy gentlemen ot otner localities, wno attended the large and enthusiastic Whig meet ing held here on the 14th. The splendid Brick Ware and ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 20 October 1852

THE LOUDON FREE PRESS. JOHN W. O'BRIEiif Editor. NATIONAL WHIG TICKET. FOB PRESIDENT, GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT, Of New Jersey. TOB VICE PRESIDENT, . HON. WM. A. GRAHAM, Of North Carolina. ELECTORS FOR THE STATE. GUSTAVUS A. nENRY, of Montgomery. WILLIAM T. HASKELL, of Madison. Dist. No. 1 N. G. Taylor, of Carter.' " 2 Horace Matsard, of Knox. " 3 George Brows, of Monroe, 4 Samuel M. Fite, of Smith. & Jordox Stokes, of Wilson. - " C James M. Davidson, of Lincoln. - " 7 E. R. Osborse, of Giles. " 8 John A. McEwes, of Davidson. " " 9 A. G. SnREWRBERBT, of Henderson " " 10 Joseph R- Mosbt, of Fayette. LOUDON : WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1852. EDITORIAL ADDRESS. From an advertisement in another column, it will be seen that onr connection with V'. G. Browxlow in the Printing Business has been dissolved by mutual consent, Sam'l B. O'Briex, an younger brother, will be associated with us as a co-partner in the publication of this paper, under the firm of Jonx W. k Sam'l B. O'Briex. Just entering ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 20 October 1852

; For the LouJon Tree Press. To Miss S. E. II x. f ... With Tnllie's tongue oh! could I speak In tmth I must confess. My powers then would be too weak, " My wind for to express. Oh! could I write with Homer's pen, In golden letters too; , . Alas, Li vain would I pretend To express my love to you. Your hair so bright in beauty curls, , Around your modest cheeks; More beautiful than all the pearls That's gathered from the deeps. Your dark and sparkling eyes they arc, An index to your heart; They speak of treasures seated there, Which never can depart Upon your cheeks there dwells ablush, That won my very soul; They cause my troubled thoughts to hush, And all my powers control. Your ruby lips no painter's art, Such beauty can portray; Your voice the music does impart The 6weetcst melody. The rose, the pink, the liliy too, Of beauty all may boast, But when they are compar'd with you, Their beauties are all lost. No flower that blooms was ever known, In half such beauty dressed; No objec...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 20 October 1852

LOUDON FREE PRESS. LOUDON", WEDNESDAY, OCT., 20, 1852. Rev. A. T. Foss. It has become necessary for the Democratic party to heap all kinds of abuse upon this gentleman because he was the Reporter of the celebrated Xew Boston Speech, delivered by Gen. Tierce last January, when the General was not dreaming of the Presidency. They have published him all over the country as a convicted horse-thief, who had served his time in the Penetentiary of X. II., nd as guilty of purjury, and every other offense in the catalogue of crime. It turns out, however, that Mr. Foss is a Baptist Minister of good standing in his Church and the community in which he lives, and that he never before was accused of stealing and of being a convicted felon. He never was in the Penetentiary. The following is the Bworn-to testimony of his neighbors : Mator's Office, ) Manchester, Aug. 14, 1852. ) Ilaving been intimately acquainted with Hew A. T. Foss, of this city, during the last seven years, can most cheerfully s...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 October 1852

9J y VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 27, 1852. NO. 2. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JUO. "W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN, Office on Cedar Strtct, East of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars asd Fifty Cents in six months; Three Dol lars at expiration of year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 60 Cento for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Card, (five lines or less,) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 Qunrter of column or less, - . SJ llalf column, - - - - 37 J One column, - - - . 75 Announcing candidates, (advance.) - $3 Address the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: WEDNESDAY, OCTOREI: 27, 1852. . The Netcspaer Press. The laborer and the employer -. the mechanic and the capitalist the merchan; and the man who lives on his interest all acknowledge the power of the newspaper press, and consult its columns from day to day with increased zeal. The influence of the news paper is immense in this country, and no one who is a lover of...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 October 1852

1! JOIIX W.O'BRICX Editor. NATIONAL WHIG TICKET. FOR PHESIDENT, GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT, Of New Jcr?ey. FOn VICE PRESIDKXT, HON. WIT. A. GHAHAEI,. Of North Carolina. TO THE PEOPLE! Nest Tuesday, the 2d inst, is the-day upon which, in accordance with the constitution and laws of our happy country, we will, as the most Ihighly favored people upon earth, be called upon I tn ryr,ta lno n-1.n rV.nll f . ... riv" invov nuv ciiaii iscne ua iui 111c 11 u . t fffour years. We are no advocate of devoting a ifgrcat length of time to political agitation the iefioct is to distract our social and business rela ELECTORS FOU THE STATE. GrSTAVCS A.IIEXRY, of Montgomery. WILLIAM T. HASKELL, of Madison. Dist. No. 1 N. G. Tavlor, of Carter. 2 Horace Mavxard, of Knox. " " 3 George Brown, of Monroe. 4 Samuel M. Fite, of Smith. " " 5 Jotidox Stokes, of Wilson. " 6 James M. Davidson, of Lincoln, " " 7 E. II. Oscorxe, of Giles. " " 8 John A. McEw env of Davidson. " " 9 A. G. Shrewsberrv, of Henderson io JosErn ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 October 1852

t) W'AcA dwo?t CAoosd' fliis question iaverv 1 "Ordinances soon to be practically answered by the people of Vu.Ak-lf 25th 1852, affirmed and ordained for ti Tt .. j o. in j Municipal Government of the town of Loudon by the L n.ted btates. 1 hey are, very soon, to de- , and Alderman in rilr(,anc! of th6 J. cide upon whom shall fall the power of exercis- (norjv" vested in them by the." County court of ing the Government of this nation for the corn-; Roano county on the 4th day of October 1852, ves ing four vears. They are soon to select the 1 ting in them the right of incorporation by virtue measures" and dictate the policy that the eoun- of nu act of the Assembly of the Stale of Tennes try must porpose, and by which it will either f V1 iLe tL January, 1S50, rise or fall. The question becomes, then, one j He it therefore ordained by the Mayor and of immense importance. The present well-be-' Alderman of the town of Loudon, shall imme ing of twenty-five millions of human beings, . herca...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 27 October 1852

LOTJDOH" FREE PBESS. LOUDON, WEDNESDAY, OCT., 27, 1852. BEAUTY BY JOHN W. WHITFIELD. Beauty blushes in tho rose, Blooms in every flower: Breathes in every breath that blows, Falls in every shower. Dances on the rainbow's height O'er the lowly meadow; Glitters in the morning's light, Lurks in every shadow. Sparkles in the maiden's eyo On her lips Bits playing; Murmurs in her very sigh Mingles with her praying. In the lisping infant's voieo In the roaring river Beauty dwells and 'tis her choice, There to linger ever. AGRICULTURAL. From the American Farmer. Value of Clover to the growth of "Wheat As an opinion has been recently put forth, in a late Agricultural Address, adverse to the benefits derivable from clover, as an improver of the soil we shall copy from our "Thoughts on the Culture of Wheat," as published in Vol. vii., July, 1831, page 7, for the benefit of our numer ous new subscribers, as well as the old ones. By the extract which follows, ihe importance of clover, generally,...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 November 1852

. .. ' . - - VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, NOVEMBER 13, 1852. NO. 3. f PCBLISHED WEEKLT BT tfNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN, OJict on Cedar Street, W of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Dollaks in al vance: Two Dol lars and Fifty Cents in six mouths; Tnnr.6 Dol lars at expiration of year. ADERTWEMENts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 Cents for each subsequent insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Card?, (five lines,) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 tjnarterof column,,....... IS J Jl&lf column .. 37 J One column, 73 Announcing candidates, (entrance,) 3 jjSir- Address the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1852. The Press. The press seldom gets due cred it for its great and universal uses and services. Abuse, it receives in abundance, from the impe rial despot who dreads the power of it3 free voice, down to the pettifogging lawyer and his swindling cliAt, who equally dread its honest exposures of their villainy. A free, or partial lj free press, does ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 November 1852

Scutum f rtf Irrss. JOIIX tV.O'BRI EX Editor. , LOUDON: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1S52. - XESsF Jons A. Patto v, Esq., of Kingston, is fully authorised, to act as Agent for this paper, j i -e c nvni - A n Pibupv and James o. Uomiam, are , A. O.Iarpen, ami - , also authorisodto actas THE RESULT. We deem it unnecessary to fill up our paper with the returns of the late elections as they are entirely without interest- The higs have I met with a worse than Waterloo defeat, and have come out at the little end of the horn higher i p Siifl Hirer than we have ever before been i the sights are all new and strairve, and we look round in astonishment and exclaim Where in the devil are we and who brought us here! Expecting to open our eyes i.on the majestic mirble pillars of the Capitol, these black-jacks, and dark flat lyehen covered rocks and wild grouped laurel, present a contrast if not pleasing at least strange rery strange ! It islike being hit in the back with a brick-bat in soire deep' .sol...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 November 1852

r radical "results. The water is invarably soft, have not seen a limestone, nor tasted limestone water since my arrival in this valley. I under stood, however, that a small quantity of the for mer was discovered, last summer, about lifty miles north of our neighborhood. 7. "Can '.rood water be easily obtained by dig ria wells?' By sinking shafts from 18 to 40 feet, water of a clear, c .1, aud pure quality is obtained both in high aud low poii.ts through out the whole valley. There are numerous wells in the country; and I have uot heard of asingel accident having happened in digging them. As good water as I think 1 ever drank was from a well in the city of Portland, 10 miles below Or egon city, ou the Wyilammettee river, nur huv.' I tasted well-water of an inferior quality in the country. 8. "Is it a good country for obtaining fish?' The streams in the upr portion of our valley are not abundant in this article. There are some of an excellent qualitv, such as the moun tain trout and o...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 November 1852

iouW'm Jrf55. SATURDAY, XOVEMBEII, 13, 1852. For the Loudon Free-Press. THE FLOWERET OF LOVE. Behold yon gaudy painted flower, Gay, blushing to the morning rays It sprang and blossomed in an hour, With night's chill blast its bloom decays; Yet thoughtless maidens as they rose, Mistake and call this flowereetlove. But love's true flower before it springs, Deep in the breast its fiber shoots, Then clasps the heart and round it clings, And fastens by a thousand roots, Then bids its strengthened tendrils climb, And braves the chilling blast of time. Novmber 8rt, 1852. AGRICULTURAL. From the Journal of Agriculture. Salt for our Domestic Animals. BY L. BARTLETT. Farmers in the same neighborhood differ ' widely in their views upon the most common farm operations, such as the" depth of plowing, the width and angle of the furrow slice, the ap plication of manures, whether it should be spread upon the land before plowing, or after this operation, &c, kc. It is less strange that they shoul...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 December 1852

) YOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 11, 1852? NO. 5. rnsusHtn WEEKLY BT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEH", Office oh CtJar Street, Eait of the l'uhlic S'jnnre. TERMS. Tw o Dollars in lvancc: Two Dol lars am Fifty Cents in fix months: Three Dol la its rt expiration of rear. Advektiskhests inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 Cent-- for each subFetjucut insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Cards, (Gve lines,) $ 5 " " " (raorethan five lines,) 10 Quarter of column, , IS J . Half column 37 J Ouecolumn, 75 " Announcing candidates, alli ance,) 3 Ja-tT" Addrc the Publishers, Post Paw. taw LOUDON: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1552. From the Franklin (Tenn.) Home Press. Col. G extry's SrEECH. The announcement lliat Col. Gentry would address his constituents, last Saturday, drew together a very large crowd, tond we have never seen the- Court House so "crowded to hear c.ny mau speak as it was on this occasion. Satisfied a3 every man must be who knows Col. Gentry, that no other than the hi...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 December 1852

JOHN W.O'BRinX editor. LOUDON: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1S52. SJ John A. Pattox, Esq., of Kingston, is fully authorised to act as Agcut for this paper A. G. Carden, and James S. Bonham, are also authorisod to act as agents. XST" Gen. Wm.j Brazelton, is oar authoriz ed Agent at New-Market, Tennessee. EgU Sau'l M. Johxstox, Esq., is our author ized Ageut at Midway, Tennessee. Xotict. We have been sending copies of this paper to the subscribers of the "Sox of Tem perance," the publication of which we com menced at Knoxville, and discontinued before the year expired to establish the Locdon Free Press. We have nearly closed out that en gagement, and it now devolves upon those who desire to continue as subscribers to the Free Press to send on their names, which we hope the most of them will do. THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. .-. We received the Message of President Fill more, through the Postmaster at Dalton, on Tuesday the 6th, being the day upon which it was submited to Congress, and we hereby t...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 December 1852

0 n 0 C TV . 2 be made, and that this wise and beneficial po'i .cy, so auspiciously resumed, will be continue J. Great care should bo taken, however, to com mence no work which, is not of sufficient import tance to the com -neree of the country to be view ed as national in its character. Butworks which have been commenced should not be discontin ued until completed, as otherwise the sums ex pended will, in most cases, be lost THE XAVT. The report from the Navy Department will inform you of the prosperous condition of the branch of the public business committed to its charge. It presents to your consideration many topics and suggestions of which I ask yonr ap proval. It exhibits an unusual degree of activ ity in the opearations of the Department during the last year. The preparations for the Japan expedition, to which I have already alluded; the arrangements made for the exploration and sur vey of the China Seas, the Northern Pacific, and Behring's Straits; the incipient measures tak...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 11 December 1852

fxtt rfS5. SATURDAY, DECE.MBCR, II, 1852. From the Albany Cultivator. Agriccltcral Edccatiox. The necessity for a Proper System of Instruction in Agricul tural Science. Axaltticai. Labora tort, Yale College, j New Haven, Conn., Jan. 31, 1851. j I do not propose to take up the above subject in its broadest seuse, but to confine niytelf to a comparatively limited field. I hall say little at present as to the want, felt more and more eve ry day by an increasing majority among- our fanners, of educational institutions especially adapted to their wants, but would call attention to a point which lias Wen overlooked by many in their zealous advocacy of the general cause. It seems to me, that a chief reason for the an nual failure of so many plans bearing vpon the educational interests of the farmer, may be found in a real scarcity which exists, of men competent to take charge of the proposed insti tutions. To those who have never reflected upon this subject my assertion may seem a strong o...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 15 January 1853

V YOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, JANUARY 15, 1853. no: o. ..... ... . - - .; i - " . ,rN 1 ,,,,,11, ,11 " " " ii ii hum ii I . ,,..-J- '- --r- n.i-'.-'. ' ' " PUBLISHED WEEKLY Br JKO. W. & SAM'L B. O'EBIEN, Office on Cedar Street, EH of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars A.5D Fifty Cents in six months; Tiires Dol lars &t expiration of year. '" ' Acvertisfukxts inserted at Si per square for the first, aid 50 Cents for each subsequent insertion. YkARLY RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 " " (morethan five lines,) 10 ; Quarter oC column, 1SJ - Haif column . 37 J - One column .. 75 Announcing candidates', adranee,) . i. 53 jXS2 Address the TuMishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: - SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1803. The Ktw Ritual. We are gratified to an nounce that, at last a new Ritual has been framed, for the use of Subordinate Divisions of the Sons of Temperance. We rejoice at this information because, it will bring about an awakening influence, and will be p...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 15 January 1853

laitfrm free f mg. JOHN W. O'BRIEN Editor; LOUDON: SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1853. PROSPECTUS OF THE LOUDON FREE PRESS, Tor 1853. Having assumed the onorous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de lure to increase the circulation of our paper, aa it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give' us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, we have determin ed to send out this Prospectus with a request that all who fee! an interest in the increased circulation of our paper will send us the largest cumber of subscribers they possibly can. Yet, we cannot make this request without tendering appropriate acknowledgements to severaUViends whose exertions in procuring us subscribers have cot been unnoticed by us. ' We deem it unnecessary to occupy a lengthy exposition of the leading features of the Fkek Press. Its political complexion is uncompro misingly Whig but we are truly glad that the evil times...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 15 January 1853

From the Chattanooira Advertiser. J We publish the following with the hope tl.at j it may convey some desirable information to the shippers and producers of East Tennessee; CHARLESTON, Jan. 5, 1853. Messrs. Editors. Dear Sirs: We have been informed by some of our friends that they would stop shipping produce to this markt, if the rail roads will not pay for what they loose on the road. We have looked in to the matter more cloSaud say to our friends that we will hold ourselves responsible for shipments made to us, viz: if there is any thing short we will make all right- e would remark that we have done a great deal in the last two months to get matters right; you have no conception how difficult it is to get along with these railroads. When the connec tion at Augusta is anade, (which will L by 1st r ebruary,) then produce will come through in !oU. We would say shippers must not be discoura ged but have some patience. They expect ear ly returns, but when the produce does not pet here ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 15 January 1853

"laukii fro ms. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1853 A WIFE WANTED. X fair ones attend, I've an offer to make yon, In tymenial'i soft bonds I am anxious to live. For better, for worse, a companion IT1 take you, Provided, yoall fill the description I give. I neither expect nor can tope for perfection, For that never yet was a bachelor' lot, Bat choosing a wife, I'd make a selection Which many tn my situation would not Td haTe, let me see I'd not Tiave a beauty, For beautiful women are apt to be vain; Yet, with a small share, I would think it a duty, To take her, be thankful, and never complain. Her form must be good, without art to constrain it, t And rather above than below middle size, A something, it puzzles my brain to explain it, Like eloquent language must flow from her eyes. She must be weH bred, or I -cannot respect her, Good natur'd and modest, but not very coy; Her mind well inform'd 'tis the principal nectar That sweetens the cup of hymenial joy. Her home she must lore and domestic ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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