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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 2 September 1853

I if ,'i;o ! n r r 1 , y-avs7 i; ic ft, i ; i ! c YOL. I. LOUDO LESSEE, SEPTEMBER JLjlM 9 ' I i:A y .i o- .-A V i . V ,. L4 ' r-ri.i.i:t:i:o v.-.'i.hi.v rv Tl.Ui.M;. T 1-.-.ilai ;i a-iv.tnfp: 1 Ar. ami I'iktv Ci;ms hi t'x moutlis; Til A us at cx;u-3rnn of ycir. AlVKnri-rvs::Ts '.erii' ; t ?1 er s-ysr Cr;t, anil 5C t.'n.i-' l'.-r i-ii'-h .w1-swe;it iii.-v Vi;.v:::.Y HAH-.f. rrof'.-..-io'jal Cus-'ls, !:vo iint.s) ' " ' (.a-j e (K:r.i live l.iv, Ijaai ti r if fohunu. Hitlf C'liniin , ..... (luecfluiiiii... '. iX L- ro T r the num. ? 5 ) 13 Aiin?iiir,?H'.r cnsir .If a.?.f.-a.v..).; cr, '-,jT '.'. I'. LOU DON FF.IDAY, SF.PT. : 185: TJiE EUUDOX FUEL' FliESS," , . TorlS53. ' llavin" ossmnptl tin? onerous rik! responsible t duties ofiUic jot.wali.sts, we feel the just do.- . 1 , . - ,;. Sire to increase mo .circnution or qur pajvr, as it will Tiot tndy increase- onv -f apabibticS"6t " doin" good, but at the same time give in rea- J soiiabki renmneration for our labors. To ac complish thi3 d...

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. — 2 September 1853

JOHN W. O'URIEX editor. LOUDON: FBIDAY, SEPT. IS5X Hog Crop.Y rom the best information we can obtain there will be, in East Tennessee, a email increase in number over the crops of last year. We bear of but few who ' are buying and we incline to the opinion that the number that will eno-ac in the trade will not be large du ring the season. It proved to be a loosing busi ness last jear. The consequence is that prices mast rule lower. Indeed, we have heard of a sale it two and a luilf cent, for a small lot. Very few however will be willing to take, that, so that we do not expect to bear of any considerable number being purchased so low. Three cents will probably be the ruling price. Wc bear of 6ales in Knox county at three and a half cents. The extract of letters we copy in another column, from the Ciucinnati Trice Current coming as they do from the great ceutre ot operations in Hogs, will be read with interest and profit They clearly show that the present is a season of abundance, not...

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. — 2 September 1853

o o iO y 40 0 1. J -6 " u. . 1'rMay Morning: : : Sept. 2, isss. tSleamer IIiwasse'.-Ths steamer has been repaired and is now in good running order. Sue was built in East Tennessee, and we hope she will receive a liberal supjort from all who wish to encourage home industry and en terprise. The boat belongs to a company of gentlemen who deserve success. See advertise ment. ' Gody's JjoJij.1 K(tJ; This favorite monthly for September has been received. To say that it still maintains the hih character so long enjoyed, is the highest praise. It 13 regarded by many as the best Magazine for Ladies now published. L. A Gody, Philadelphia, $3 per annum. . CSSy'Thc Democracy of Maury county have tendered the compliment of a Public Dinner to Our new Governor, Hon. A. Johuuon. s , ii. .... n 1, . .win We are informed by Hilly lit id that CJ jo. Crawford, of Geo., is actually dead. The American Statesman is out in favcr of Hon. Geo. V. Jones, as Speaker of-the U. S. House of Representatives. C5fi-...

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. — 2 September 1853

It Death-bed Aptice of IIox. Stmox Smirk By IF. O. Eaton. Simon Smirk was on lis death-bed. His son Samuel was standing by Bis side, and while Le was holding his father's hand, his father spoke to him as follows: "Sammy, I am dyinr at the ago of fifty-fire. I wish you to pay strict attention to my dying advice." I will Father." ,.',' "Sammy, the neighbors and au my friends tell me I haven't an enemy in the world, and I be lieve 1 haven't. T want you to understand why I haven't. It is nil owing to policy, Sam; poli cy, and nothing shorter. When I was of your nge, my boy, I was as poor as an old village horse, turned cut to die. Age has at last bro ken me down, but I ttint poor thank policy! Follow ray example, and yoa will become a far richer man than your father. Sammy, and die without an enemy as I do." Samuel Smirk wept, as in duty bound. But rief and his handkerchief choked bis utterance, and so he said nothing. "It has always been my .policy, resum ed the dyinr Smirk, 4 to avoid...

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. — 9 September 1853

2-1, VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE). SEPTEMBER 9, 1853. NO. 43. , PUBLISHED WEEKLT BT 1 ; J2T0. W. & SAM L B. O'BRIEN, Office on CeJar Street, Eaut of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol Aits asd Fifty Cents in fix month; Three Bol ars at expiration of year. Adtertisemksts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 60 Cents for each subsequent insertion. 9 YEARLY BATHS. Trofogronal Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 - " " (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column, 1R Half column 57j Onecolumn, 75 Announcing candidates, (arfrttnee,) $3 3f Address the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, 1853. THE "LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853 Having assumed the onerous cn-rcsponsible duties of public journalists, we feel tlie just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as 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 ou...

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. — 9 September 1853

:rrp JOHN W.O'BRIDX Editor. LOUDON: FRIDAY, SEPT. 9, IS53. Tue Senator. The Senatorial question is the leading topic of conversation at this time - among whirrs. So far as regards individual pref erences, they 'cannot agree, but all seem duly impressed with the importance of settling the question in an amicable manner, which we hope and believe will be done. The whig party can rot survive many such contests as that which resulted in the election of James C. Jones. The difficulties connected with the election of Senator are all within the whig party and under its control. "We have no fears that the Senate will refuse to go into Convention with the House; for it cannot do so without violating a special and positive law, which was passed since the disgraceful) action of the "immortal thirteen" prescribing that the election of U. S. Senators should hereafter be by convention of the two Houses of the State Legislature. So we need anticipate no difficulty from this cause. But, by an impro...

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. — 9 September 1853

'-' ! ! i i O O O O LOTJLON: Friday Morning: : : Sept. 9, 1853. The Carncross Family. We . attended the Vocal and Instrumental Coneert, given by the Carncross Troupe, in the "Ware House last night, xnd the audiancc, which was large, seemed de lighted as we were, with the performance. They preform again to-night, and all who de sire to spend a pleasant Lour would do well to attend. It is worth the money to hear Miss Rosamond sing possessing as she does such powerful compass and exquisite tone of voice. Xi We received a short communication for this weeks paper suggesting the name of James Ii. Cook, of McMinn, as a suitable person to be elected Speaker of the House of Representatives of Tennessee which, having been misplaced j some means, dose not appear. . 2y Charles J. Jenkins and Ilerscheal V. Johnson, whig and democratic candidates for Governor of Georgia, have both taken similar ground on the Temperance question. They are friends of the Temperance Reform but believe that the cause...

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. — 9 September 1853

o o f autom fro $Iws. Ifore Sautage Meat?-Onj fourteen killed outriglit by tbe last, or rather lateBt, railroad accident, and forty or fifty wounded. This would be nothing for a great battle, or a great pegtilence but for a mere every day travelling excursion of men, women and children, going from one place to another, on ordinary business, with no thought or intention of either war or pestilence, it is considerable. And when we add the fifty or sixty deaths at the Norwalk drawbridge, and the dozen or fifteen on the Erie road, and the others on the Camden and Amboy, and the New Haven, and the, who knows what! it cyphers up to a handsome sum total. At last we believe there is a real panic, a good sound, healthy panic, getting up among the community, and all about their lives and limbs. "We sincerely hope this panic will prosper for, really, we see no other chance of anything be ing done to check tha present fearful rate of railroad slaughter. We already have heard of several families...

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. — 23 September 1853

-2i Sjtl IE ! Hi yol. i. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 23, 1853. NO. 45. pcblIshfd weekly by JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN, t)jjice on Ctdar Street, Eatt of the Publie Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol 4rs ktv Firrr Crnts in eix months; Tiiree Dol- A:S first, and 50 Cents for each mbseqnent insertion. , . , T,EA!rT ATES- . c Professional Cards, (five lines,) 5 " (morethan five lines,) 10 Quarter of column, IS Ilalf column 37 T)necolumn , 75 Announcing candidate, (advance,) $3 T3 Addrc? the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 185:5. THE ' LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. Having assumed the onerous and rcspouslblo duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as it will not only Increase our capabilities of doing good, but nt the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac- complish this desirable end, we have detcrmin- cd to send out this -Prospectus with a request that ull who feel an inte...

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. — 23 September 1853

JOIIN W.O'IJRinX Editor. LOUDON: FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1853. THE SENATORIAL ELECTION. So far as the Whig Party is concerned, tTie election of a U. S. Senator is by far the most important matter to be actsd upon by the next Legislature. The Whigs fought hard last sum ater to obtain the prerogative of choosing a Senator ; and it i the great boon for which they struggled. They iron it,and it is thcir's by com mon consent. Now, that they have it, they must remember, if they fail to exert We it in har mony and good spirit if is a dangerous thing. It may become an instrument of torture a very scocrgk to the Whig Party! It cannot fail to be such, if we are to make no concessions of local prejudices and individual preferences This must be done it must lc done Inifore too much ill feeling is engendered. And we do hope that every Whig member of the Legislature will go to Nashville resolved to vote for the man who may be found most acceptable to the Whigs of the state. We believe that in this, we ...

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. — 23 September 1853

. LOUDON: Friday Morning: : : ::::::: Sept. 23. 18.13 SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE. We give the following, Betting forth the claims of James B. Cook, Esq., the popular and talent ed representative from McMion, to the Speaker ship of the House. It is written by a gentleman entitled to consideration: For the Free Tress. Mr. Editor: McJIinn county, with a large democratic majority, has again, for the second time, elected as her Representative James B. Cook, Esq. One more worthy of this renewed expression of confidence does not belong to the whig party, and if honor is confercd where honor is most justly merited, and if the whig members of the House of Representatives would select one of their number to preside over their deliberations who has pre-eminent qualifications for that station, Mr. Cook should be their first and only choice for Speaker. X. The "man about town" whose principal iucome is derived from nocturnal visits, has been doing a brisk business in the way of Pro visions. He has rec...

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. — 23 September 1853

: . LIFE. . We are born, we laugh; we weep; We love; we droop; we die! Abf wherefore do we laugh or weep? - Whj do we live, or die? . Who knows that secret deep? .Alas, not II Why dotlr '.he violent Fpring " ! Unseen by human eye? i Why do ridiant seasons brinir Sweet thoughts that quickly fly? Whv do our fund hearts cling To things that die? We toil through pain and wrong; We 6ght and fly; We love; we lose, and then, ere long, Stone dead we lie. O, life! is all thy song "Endure anddie!1 Look to your Seed Wheat. It is asserted by Mr. E. Weston, of Bloonifield, Maine, that a large proportion of the Wheat, threshed by the tsaal power machicnes, is ruined for all seed ing purposes, by having the root sprout torn off. He believes that by this mode of threshing one fourth of the Beed wheat is destroyed, and the most valuable and perfect portion of it; and hence that only three-fourths of the actual quan tity of seed vegetates. He savs: "In ur flour-mill may be seen the caps of in root sp...

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. — 30 September 1853

si . x o VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 30, 1853. NO. 46. t. 5 MASSES O O O O ITBI.lSnED WEEKLY BT JNO. "W. & SAII'L B. O'BRIEN. X)ffiee on Cedar Street, Eat of the Public Squire. TERMS Two t)oi i am in i-lvance: Two Dol- tAr.8 ami Firry Cents in fix months; TnittK Dol- Lars at the expiration of the venr Advehtiskvents inserted t SI per square for the first, and 50 cents for each subseiiuent i user lion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines.) $ 5 (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column 181 Half column 37$ One column 75 Aunouncing candidates (advance,) $3 "i-S-Address the Publishers, Pott-l'oid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1833. v.TIIE ' LOUDON FREE PRESS," For 1853. ITaving assumed the onerous and responsible duties of pib1ic journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper. as it will not only increase our capabilities of - 1 doing good, but at the same time give us rca 6onable remuneration for our labors. To ac: complish this des...

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. — 30 September 1853

JOHN W.O'BRIEX Editor. LOUDON: FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1853. RESIGNATION OF PRESIDENT CALLA WAY. We are pained to announce that Thomas II. Callaway, Esq., lias resigned the Presidency f the East Tennessee !i Georgia Railroad. lie tendered his resignation to the Board of Di rectors, who met at his request, in Athens on Wednesday, and Campbell -Wallace, Esq., of Knoxville, was elected to fill the vacancy. The following complimentary resolutions wore a dopted by the Board accepting Mr. Callaway's resignation. Eesolval, that the Board have received with regret the resignation of their worthy Presi dent Thomas II. Callaway Esq., whose cour teous and impartial bearing in the Executive chair, have won for him the entire esteem and Confidence of the Company ticsotccd, I hat we appreciate the elhcient scr? . . . rices of Mr. Callaway as President and tender him our congratulations that his labors have re sulted in a successful and beneficial administra tion of the affairs of the Company. i?e,o7mf,...

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. — 30 September 1853

O o o o LOUDON: Friday Morning; : ; ;;;;;;; Sept. 30, 1953 The senatorial question! c We admit into our columns to-day, an art'ulo, written by an old acquaintance, in favor of Col. T. A. 11. Nelson, for Senator. Ably as it is writ ten, and with a bigh appreciation of the merits lath of the writer, and of Col Nelsox, it is due to candor to state that we see nothing in it why we ibould abandon Col. Hell and support Col. Nelson. Wclo not controvert the fact that there are Vnany in East Tennessee, who claim that East Ten nossee has an exclusive Tight to one of the j. S. Senators; but we do deny the existence of hnj such exclusive riglit. The Senator is the YeprcsenfaUce of the rc'iole State. We would be much more disposed to favor Col. Nelson's Election if he was put on his own merits. But we have not the cheik to ilemand as a ri'jhl that which must necessarially be a faror. Thi s i but make us supremely ridiculous in la the -ves of the world. We have said but little in regard to the ex...

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. — 30 September 1853

Wbeat Drilling w NoRTHicBjr Ohio. A prominent characteristic in the ne of steam is developed in the almost universal seek-: af ter mechanical appliances to expedite labor heretofore slowly done by hand. In manufac - tares much has been attained in agriculture, but little. One thins which has been profita bly attained, is the invention of drilling ma chines, for sowinjr wheat. Agriculturalists are more likelr to be conservative than progressive; and when an innovation on their mode of farm ing is proposed, they are usually inclined to de mand clear facts in illustration of the advanta ges claimed for the proposed improvinent. It is an old saying, that the richest mine yet discovered, is a good sail, well cultivated. Next to the thorough preparation of the soil, the most important thing to secure a good crop. s proper planting. An Ohio correspondent of the X Y. Tribune gives us the following valuable facts in favor of drilling grain. ITe says: In order that those who are disposed to h...

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. — 7 October 1853

c Z.n. rv LTOL, I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 7, 1S53; NO. 47. 1 - ' : : ' " ' ' ) ) BV JNO. 7. & SAJTL B. O'BRIEN. tSce v Caiar Street, t'tiitt of the Public Square. TKItSK Tii Di.i.LAns in Jvano: Two J)iL k.Ans and T'iKir Cents in Fix mouths; TiIkek DoL Lai:h ut the exjirntioti of tlie year ADVF.itTfKMi:STS inserted at $1 per s'jti'are for the fcrt, and 51) cents fjr each ftubst-iiueutittscrdtm. Tf Allir IIATBS, , rrofeiwioiKil Cards, (five lilies.)....:;:.: " (more than five linos) Quarter of column.. : - Half colauin .."..:.:...::...... One coin in 11 ' .Announcing candidates, (advance,) C .1 m r isi .Addrcius the 1'ubhshrre, Pout-I'uxd. LOUDON: FRIDAY, OCT: 7, 183.5. THE "LOUDOX FltEE PHESS, " Fori53. Having assumed the onerous end resnnsible luties of public journaiisls, Vc feel the just de iirc to increase the circulation of our tmper, ha it will r.ot otdv increase our capabilities of! noini gooi' but at tue Same time irive ns rea . . .' . t at tin' .ime time 'rivft in rc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 7 October 1853

inoned by detachments to hi couch. Having taken a solemn leave of them, he humbly con tested his sins, and on the 2 1st of May, 1542, expired iu the forty-second year of hi age. Mournfully depositing the body of their be loved commander, wrapped in his mantle, in the trunk of an evergreen oak, hollowed out for that purpfse, they reverently lowered it at midnight beneath the waves of that magnificent river he had been the first to discover. Resuming their march soon after, the discern- their former srav uppnrel. after a voyage of fif- ty days, entered the Panuco. a river of Mexico, flowing into the Gulf Stream, where they were kindly welcomed nd entertained with unboun ded hospitality. They were the only survivors of the fatuous but inglorious expedition of Her nando De Suto. Kntinnnl P A.7,V,V f it . tl National UfaLUion of Hurte. There u to be held at Springfield, Mass.cWtU, next month, under thcauspices of the United State the United States, it will be looked to with interest. The...

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. — 7 October 1853

LOUDON: Fi4aj Morning: :: :::: t. Oct. T, 1S53. SST Preaching maj be expected on Sun day next at the Sunday School Room (Mar shall House) by the Rev. Messrs. Halsted Sz Gay. Service to commence at 101. LEGISLATIVE. We give a condensed statement - of the pro feedings of the Legislature up to the 5th hist., hich we gather from the Banner Si American. , SENATE. The Mimbers met at their new Hall in the Capitol on the 3rd. nut., and after presenting their credentials, and being sworn in, Mr. J. A. Agricultural and Commercial. Jit Market, Jefferson co., Tenn. September 27, 1853. hand and contents noticed. I no in a brief! SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT?. manner hasten to answer your interojratones. NOTICE. A protracted meeting will U held Pork ctoss $3 03 to fS 25; net $3 50 to $3,75 ; . U,U Plac commencing Saturday night the Mr. J. W. O'Brien; Iu answer to your clrcu . accoriiiiK ti quality, and a fair average lot on lar of enquiring about crops &c; the Corn crop iu Ibis (New Market) Valley i...

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. — 7 October 1853

t i wii.;Bt 04WtH. BUTLSR. ' ' 1 - i 1 1 ti f 3 - 1 V,1?1 me aweii wnerei ireeaom reiust t -. I k BOt Wfealth or ower.; - Bat life, -without her smile, womld be Like earth without a flower., r, firaved earts have shed their life for htfr. - -On battlefield and wavif; ' ! . " And ftobl $ose to breathe her air, r ' 0 "alum ber in the grave. v . 'For herthe field of Marathon, . '- AVttn" blood was deeply djed Arid Sparta's,"Lie'' m the pass "'Struck xlown a tyrant's brj-de. On deck-on rock on bastion, ':' Here stiring cry has tung;" Mid the wild woods of a thousand hills Her conga bhall yet be sung. 'A Banocburn and Bunker Hill, . .'. Chall long remembered be; And hearts shall burn with noble zeal, And man shall yet be free. Heaven bless the efforts of the just, And bid their will be done , And grant to.eaeh down trodden land A future Washington. - The Poetrjf of Ayrieulinr. The principles of agriculture are exceedingly 6imjile..fcThat Ihej might be rnade so,' God himself was the first...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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