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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 7 March 1854

ft : r' 'J t : . o ! r i f . ' YGL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, MARCH T, 1854, NO. 15. . . wmriDL Hint nPKiiriKKWr rrBLisnpn wf.eklv bt JtfO. W. & SAil'L E. O'BEIEIT. CZce CcJar Street, Eait vf the PtthJic SyHare TERMS: Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol ars axu FiFtr Cents in fix mouthy; Thhkk JJoL Ars at the expiration of the year Advethsu cnts inserted at $1 per eqr.are for tho rst, and 50 cents for eni-h ?iib:iMuoit insertion. T K A I! I. V It A T K . Professional Cards, (five line.) ", " (more than livtf 'ine.).." Quarter Cdliinn , Half c Iu:iiii One column Announcing candidates, (advance.) .r4yAddres the Putdiidirra. I'ott-l'niH, $ 5 10 LOUDON : TUESDAY, M ARCII 7 ' Why Xajokon ln-radtd Russia. A work j far demoralize the political parties of the North has boon quite recently j ub!ihed, in France, and the South, tht,.iii tlu-ir squabbles" for the by M. Villeman, an ex -professor and ex minis- : public plunder the government would finally be er of State, which throws a strong light...

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. — 7 March 1854

iSnutara $m Qxtss. BY J. W. & S. B. O'BRIEN. LOUD ON! i . TUESDAY i i i t x ; t t t : t MARCH 7, 1851. EAST TENN. & GA. RAIL ROAD. The attention of the traveling community is directed to the Schedule of R. C Jackson, Su perintendant of Transportation, published in lo days paper. By this desirable change in th running of the Passenger trains the connection with the Western & Atlantic road, at Dallon is : made perfect, and the annoying delay, hereto- fore experienced by travelers avoided. Passen gers going to or beyond, Atlanta or Chattanooga, pass immediately on. to either point; and those coming fronaeichery.cau take the Cars for Lou don without detention at Dallon, A change is also made in the running of Freight trains by which goods going East are expedited 12 hours. Bti$ A Bill has passed both houses of the Legislature, creating a Chancery District, com posed of the counties of Blunt, Monroe, Mor gan, McMinn, Roane, Fentress, White, Over ton, Vau Buren, Bledsoe, Mario...

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 March 1854

LOUDON: 'Tuesday :::::::: i : i : : : March r, is. 1. FURTHER BY THE ANDES Lousville, March 1. No markets received by the Andes. j It is confidentially announced that a mani- i festo signed by rvesselroue, is shortly expected at Vienna in which the Czar will announce to the world his final intentions. Gen. Gengon has commenced offensive ope rations in Asia against the Russians. The Czar has given orders to use every effort to drive uie Turks out of Lower Wallachia without further delay. Paris, Monday. The Bourse is very firm. The report that the Emperor of Austria had declared he would make a common cause with the Western powers; if the Russians crossed the Danube, produced an important rise in funds. Great excitement was produced in Lombar dy, Owing to a proclamation to arrest all per sons spreading false reports. There is inuch excitement throughout Italy. Schamyl, 14th. 10,000 men are marching ngaiust Sekatila an impartant military position in Russia. Lord Russel introduced in th...

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 March 1854

r ! k AGRICULTURAL. From Ohio Fanner. SotREL. Valuable IIi.vts. Your corres pondent W.t in your number of the 2d inst., tates that tie had made three unsuccessful at tempts, by sewing timothy and clover, to sup press, rr kill a field of "sorrel," hut succeeded in destroying it by setting the field in "June grass." He loavrs it to the "scientific man" to say hy the latter prass would take, in pre ference to the o'htr kinds. No, Mr. Editor, without making any pre. tensions to ''Science,'" I think it will net be very hard to explain this matter. It will be recollected that food is as essential to plants as it is to animals. And like animals every vari ety must have ils particular kind; and they will as assuredly perish without it as will animals. Every portion of soil coutaius more or lesi food for 'ill the p! mts commm to the country; but, owin to its geological formation, or other cir cumstances, it contains a greater portiou for dome kinds than it does for others. Suppose, then, in ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 March 1854

-1 V? . A YOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, MA11CII 14, 18-54. NO. 16. ; - i 'hi Alp8 vJKJiP (jPp T o riBLbllKIl WEKKLT $Y G'BHIEIT. V . V WWAth AJ .W 9ice on Cedar &rct-, Lant the Public Square TEItM: Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol l.AnS And Fifty" Ci xrs in six mouths; TnKKE Dol fr.Ans at the expiration of the year Advkktiemk.nts inserted at $1 per square for the fir.-t, and 50 cei-ts for each subsrrje.cnt insertion. V K A I! I. V HATES. l-ofeS-ionril Caids, (five linos.) $ 5 " " (more than five lines,) 10 Quarter of column 1SJ Half column ST Cue col'.cua 75 Annoiiii' inp; candid:';.;?, (advance,) $3 .SHr-Address the i'uh.ish-n:. '-'-. iV. LOUDON : TUK.'ib.iy. i! MAUCH 1 1. Hon-. J. C. Cut. Judge Gait, of Bradley County has been holding tho Co art for Judge -A lex. .sr..::., in this city, the present week. He is the newly elected Judge for the Circuit below this. We have never heard any man more highly spoken of as a presiding Judge for his experience. Lm joutied, i:r:ii, prompt an...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 March 1854

llY J. W. & S. B. O'BKIliN. LOUDON1 TUESDAY : : MARCH H, 1834. Steamer Alida. This new and beautiful boat "came in sight" yesterday about 12 M., having been detained near 3 days at Florence bridge, ii Alabama. She is well fitted up with commodious state rooms,and every thing neces sary to render the traveler comfortable; and, may we not add, "Sbe" is lke"Belle of the Wa ters." Regular trips may now be expected between Loudon and Knoxville; and to other points on the Clinch and Tennessee Rivers, whenever freights offer, without kneeling to a monied Steamboat Monopoly, who hare taken advantage of necessity, and taxed Upper East Tennessee Merchants with 25 cents freight per hundred, from hereto Knoxville, when they were taking freights from Chattanooga to Knoxville at that price; Loudon . being about lo!) miles (by water) above Chattanooga, or two thirds of the distance to Knoxville. i J 8-3 Our readers convenient to Knoxville, and all others, (embracing those about to mar ry, or e...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 March 1854

LOUDON: Tuesday March 11, 1851. TUBLIC MEETING. At a meeting of a respectable portion of the Merchants and others of the city of Loudon, held the 13th inst, to express their approbation of the objects of the Southern Commercial Convention at Charleston on 10th of April. W. T. Love was called to the Chair, and W. L. White made Secretary. Messrs. McLin, Orme and Delzell were ap pointed, and reported the following Itesol':tioKS, which were adopted unanimously: Resolved, That we do heartily approve the objects of said Convention, believing that its beneficial results will be perceptible throughout the countrv. Resolved. That Mai. II. II. Stkphexs is here-1 hy appointed, and requested i.j act in concert ! with the Delegates appointed lv the Governor , lroia tins conntyand city, in s ud Convention. Resolved, That the Oilicers and Stock-holders East Tennessee & Georgia, and other Roads, who nave kindly tendered tomphmentary 1 tek- ; i-is 10 weiegaies, are e:iui:eu to tuo tiiaiilcs the ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 March 1854

it CTV gtJS5 AGRICULTURAL. NATIONAL AGRICULTURE; PRACTICA BILITY OF INCREASING ITS PRODUCTS. The total value of the annual products of the soil of the United States is now about one thousand billions of dollars; and no one who knows what science has done for agriculture will doult that the same amount of labor which is now employed in producing th'.s ag gregate might be so applied as to secure a to- . lai prOUUCl OU pvr vein. JIicuici, U4 uire iiiuu- i and three hundred millions. But scientific, kilful, thorough agriculture always employs more than the shiftless,slouching sort too gener ally prevalent; and it is certainly within bounds to estimate that our agriculture might be so improved as, by the help of additional labor now unemployed and unproductive, to give an additional product of fifty per cent, or five hun dred millions per annum an achievement which would double the wealth of the country every eight or ten years. Whosoever will care fully review the agriculture of a singl...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 March 1854

. - V - o VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, MA11CII 21, 1854. ::i;.:.KQ:a7; O D a o rrBT.ism:i wekklt bv 3m. T7. & SAH'L B. OBEIEN. Vffice on Cedar Street, ant of the I'lilic frjuure TERMS: Two Dollars in advance; Two Doi. laiis Axn Fifty Ckxts in six mouth; Tuhkk Dol lars at the expiration of the j car ADVKimt'iiMESTs inserted at $1 ier fr;mire for the firt, and iO cent fr each puhjcqut.-iit insertion. YCAULV RATES. rrofo.-sional Cards, (five line?,) .'. " ' (more than live lines,)..., Quarter of column., Half column One column Announcing candidates, advance,) ji'r Ad dress the Publishers, Pout-Pa . $ 5 10 IS $3 LOUDON : TUESDAY, MARCH 21 New-York. March 11. The Cotton market JLo day was dulL,ihe. sales amounting to 2,2a0 bak'S. Flour firm: sales of 5300 bbls at $7:U.'5:j lor state, and $8:12 for Oliio: and 1,290 South ern, at SSTJ. Wheat was firm, sales of 10, viOD bi&hels fair Southern while at $ 1 :S 7 4 . Corn is firm: sales of 25,000 bushels at S2j. 85. Rio Coffee: COO bags ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 March 1854

fx p feY J. . & S. B. O'BRIEN. LOUDON: TUESDAY : MARCH 21,' IS54. Irox. The Puddling and Rolling establish ment of Mr. Gro.' Welch of this place, has bten in operation some 8 or 10 days, and though not fairly under way, has been yielding from 1 to 1 tons of Iron per day. Preparations are be- ing made to enable him in a "fe w weeks, to fiuiBh about 4 tons daily. When we consider the vast quantity of Stone Coal convenient to the establishment, we incline to the opinion that ft will beprofitairie to him, as it is advanta ges to the community. On Thursday 25th 'May the people will be called upon to elect three Judges eJ the Supreme Courtone for each division of the State, an Attorney General and Rcportor for the State, a Chancellor for each Chancery Dis trict, and an Attorne General for each Judi cial Circuit. . For the Supreme bench it is understood that the present incumbents, Rob. J. McKinney, 11. L. Caruthors and 0. A. W. Totten, are can didates for re election. Jo. W. Bell of N...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 March 1854

17 o 0 lOltDON: Tuesday: : :::::::::::: March ii , iss s ! SO A Hoy about 15 or 1C years of age that j can read writing and -Spell correctly, who is not afraid nor ashamed to work, eaii get a situation ia this office to learn the Friutins business, if application be made immediately. None but those well recommended need ep ply. ' Further Details vr.n Asia. "We have some further details of European news by the Asia to the 25ta nit. The steamers mails have been received. " Wc give some extracts from the Knglish pa pers which will serve to fill r.p the outline of news sketched by the telegraphic dispatches. "Of the preparations for, the. Greek insurrection, and the probable action r;f Austria, the three main points of interest in European nGiurs juiit now, we have no fulk-r details" Gueat 11 rita ix. Lord Ueaumont brought forward his threatened resolution in the House of Lords on Friday, Feb. 21, declaring that the power und influence of the country should be exerted to place the relat...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 21 March 1854

PERSONALITIES OF LITERATI. Jerrold. Douglas Jerrold, a known contributor to Punch, and editor of various publications, is a man about 50 years of age, and in person is re markably spare and diminutive. His face is sharp angular, and his eyes is of a greyish hue. He is probably one of the most caustic writers of the age, and with keen sensibility he often writes under the impulse of the moment, arti cles which his cooler judgement condemns. Although a believer in hydropathy, his habits do not conform to the internal application of Adam's ale. His Caudle Lectures have been read by every one. In conversation he is quick at retort not always refined. He is a hus band and grandfather.. Macaci.ay. The Hon. T. B. Macaulay is short in stature, round, ani with a growing tendency to alder manic and disproportions. His head has the tame rotundity as his body, and seems stuck on it as firmly as a pin-head. This is nearly the sum of his personal defects; all else, except the voice (which is mono...

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. — 28 March 1854

11 If 1 t i fl rf rd j i p J' 4 , - 3 g -jut wLi w JiA 'h u gaiai VOL. II. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, MARCH 28, 1854,. NO. is,. O o Q P rcBLisnen wer.KLV Br JKO. "W. & SAH'L B. O BSIEN. Office on &dar Street, Ent of the P'ltllle Square TERMS: Two Dot.lahs ia advance: Two Dol LAtts a.nd Fifty Cf.m.i in tii months; Three Dol lars at the expiration of the venr Advkiitif ivbxts inserted at $1 per square for the first, nd SO cents for tnc h subsequent insertion. Y K A It L r HATES. Trof-'ioaal Cflrdi", (five I;nc5.) $ 5 " " (more than live Hues,) 10 Quarter of column 18J Half column . 57i One column 75 Announcing candidates, ( n il van ce, ) $3 .ZTSfAddreM the Publishers, Pott-Paid. LOUDON :i :::::::::: : TUESDAY, MARCH 28. - .-- jfBw. Oi5t.rA.rs,- March 1G. Cotton'. The market is firm, with sales of .COOO bale. Middling quoted at 9$. Stock on 'hand 257,033 bales. Receipts to day, 8,000 lialcs. Sterling Exchange is Quoted 1 rhts arc Erin only two cisengaged vessels - V - I LA J'Ui. fc. N...

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. — 28 March 1854

BY J. W. & S. B. O'BRIEX. LOUDON' TUESDAY iffifMl!!! MARCH 28. 1854 "A RIYTER M .V NT.W We have read of Sea-serpents; seen river snakes and water dogs, but we nave now to no tice brief! some of the sayings of "A River Man. In the Chr.ttanoops Advertiser of the 21st., - eome one, (who refused to permit the editor to give us his name,) devotes near three-fourths of n column, in reply to the closing paragraph in our notice last week, of the Alida. lie "understands that a monopoly is a com pany that pets prices and business into their own hands and extorts from the people.' Well, now let us illustrate. Suppose a man, and you mar call his name Mkrkiu., owns boats and carries passengers from Decatur to Chattanoo ga for $5: and a company, say "the Williams line, jis it is sometimes called," should buy up all the boats in the trade, and then advance the amount to about $7 would that be a monpoly, or extorting from thc'pcople? Again, suppose a man, and for the sake of system, call him Ja...

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. — 28 March 1854

lOttDON: Tuesday :::::::::::::: March 23. 1&5 1 AGRICULTURAL MEETING. A preliminary meeting of the citizens of Roane county having been held on the 2.jth of of February, for the purpose of forming an Agricultural Society, and having adjourned 'over uutil the 23th insL, for the purpose of se curing a more general attendance, accordingly a h-.eeting was held in Loudon, on Saturday the 25th inst., for the purpose of adopting a Consti tution, and electing the necessary officers. On motion Ai.ulkt S. 'Lenoir, Esq., was tailed to the Chair, and Johx V. O'Huiex, re Vinested to act as Secretary. James S. Rodixsox, Chairman of committee Appointed at previous meeting to draw up a Constitution for the government of the Society, submitting the form of a Constitution, which was adopted by a vote upon each section. Elections of officers were then held with the following sesult: ALBERT S, LENOIR, ProsiJeuL W. F. BROWN, ) v. .. . XJEORGE GALEA HER, We 1 rcsiJcnts- tm. BEAL, Corresponding Secret...

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. — 28 March 1854

AGRICULTURAL. Clipping Houses. The Rural New York er, in an article on the subject of the cleanli ness and comfort of horses, thus alludes to the, method now practised by some horsemen, of clipping the hair from the bodies of their ani mals; "So necessary it is considered in England that the horse should be rubbed dry, that a practice has been adopted, and novr prevails very extensively, of clipping the horses that is to say, the hair U cut off as close as possible with a pair of shears, and then, with an instru ment somewhat similar in shape to a curry comb, containing some burning fluid, naptha. or spirits of turpentine, the hair is burned off completely, leaving the body as smooth and as destitute of hair as a nearly shaved chin. The rapidity with which the practice has extended proves its practical value. We know many old farmers, who were at first so strongly opposed to the practice, that they laughed at the bare idea of the subject, and yet these very men, having been induced ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 April 1854

- VOL. II. LGUDONTENNESSEE, APRIL 4, 1854. TsO. 19. ; " . f J; I 1 ' ? JJWyiTOWTWmW6jwm..il -J JI-KJ1. U'l-f JUL' J.M I WU.J h . 11 -? WW. AMI JJ a. I II. O o o rt'BMsiir.n wntKLr et JNO. W. & SAII'L B. O'EXIEX. C'oe on Cedar Street, Last uf the Public Square TERM:': Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lap.s a.i Fifty Ck.nts in Ms iixiiitLj-j TnntE Dol lars at the expiration of the rear AnvKRnsKMKNTs inserted at $1 per squfire for tbe first, and iO cents for each ubeiuvnt insertion. ' TfiABLT BlTtS. Troftitiioiial Cr.is, (five linec.) , $ 5 " " (more than live line.)..... 10 ' Quarter of cr.lumc 1SJ Hull' column'. 37 4 One column 75 .Announcing ciiiidi.hitcs, (advance,) 3 SSSfAJdrei-a the Publishers, 'ont-I'u i d. LOUPPJSJ; . :::::::::::::: APRIL 4. TUESDAY, : Havana Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. NEWS PER U. S. MAIL ISABEL. Havana, March 21, 1S.VI. The Hhick Warrior has at, last been jriveti op to her lawful owners, un.br the following circumstances: From the time of her...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 April 1854

Mi BY J. W. Ji S. B. O'BRIEX. LOUDON1 TrESDAY APRIL 4, 1854. tQy It will be seen ia another column that Judge Gact of Cleveland, is a candidate for re election in the 3d District. Of his ability, and co'irteom though stirn administration of justice, the people, the bar, and the press, have spoken in flattering terms wherever he has been called to preside. Hos. JOHN BELL AND HIS DEFAMERS. If the Nashville Union had established any character as a prophet if its predictions and prophecies had not invariably Leer, falsified by the facts of history, we might have serious ap prehensions as to the disastrous consequences that may befall the Hon. John Bell, fur his bold, manly and patriotic course on the Nebras ka bill. But unfortunately for tlie Vn'um and for tunately for the reputation of Mr. Bell, the Un ion's prophecies like those of Miller or Joe Smith, instead of gulling honest, sensible men, only invoke their sneers and excite their con tempt. That the Union should oppose Mr. Bell an...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 April 1854

LOUDON: Tuesday ttiitt April 4. 1851. The MAiLs.-We have been told and written to so Ions "d So frequently, of the failure of our paper to re subscribers at Wrightsville, Jlockville, Moranton, Friendsville, Ki ngston, and other points within 25 miles of this place, until from 8 to 10 days after publication, that we think it time,aud due oursubscribers and our selves, that the Department should see to the cause and remedy the evil. ARRIVAL OF THE BR. MAIL CAN A DA. New-York. March 29. Tbe British mail steam ship Canada, Capt. Stoxe, has arrived at Halifax from Liverpool, Vhich port she left on the 1 8th iust. The U. S. mail steam ship Baltic, Capt. Com stock, had not arrived at Liverpool when the Canada left. The steam ship City of Manchester arrived at Liverpool, from Philadelphia, on the 15th iust. The Cuxakii steam ships Niagara and Cam bria will return to the United States, not being required at present by the British government. Liverpool Cottox Market. Since the de parture of t...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 4 April 1854

1 f aution frff ln$$. SIMPLE, TOUCHING, BEAUTIFUL LINES. (ST KF-QTEST.) The New England Diadem, gives its readers tie following beautiful stanzas, which were suggested by hearing read an extract of a letter from CapL Chase, giving an account of tho sickness and death of his brother-in-law, Mr. Brown Owen, who died on bis pasxage to California. We hare but seldom met any thing so painfully interesting in every line" and it will be read with "teary eyes by many who bare lost brotbcis, fathers, husbands orions on their way to or after having, reached, the land of Gold and of Graves. Lay up nearer, brother, nearer, For iny limits are growing cold. And thy presence seemeth dearer, When thy arms around me fold; I am dying, brother, dyinsr, Soon je ll miss me in your berth, For my form will soon he lying, "Neath tha ocean's briny surf. Hearken to me, brother hearken, I have something I would say, Ere the veil my vi.-ion darken. And I go from hence away; lam going, surely going, But my hope...

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