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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 3 February 1855
NO. 4: VOL. III. LOUDON, TENNESS'M, ';EEBRUAll 3, 1855; !." i i I j ' t f. V 4 rt'BLIH:i. WEEKLY BY "" ' JNO. W. & SAM'L 2. O'BPJEff. t?2c oh Cedar Street, E'utt vf the Public Sqtar-e TlillMS: Two Dof.LAHS ia advance: Two Dol lars asd Fifty Cunts in ux months; -Thh;:i; Dol lars ftt the expiration f the jenr. Adveiittemexth inserted at $1 per sqnnre for the 6rt, ami 50 cents for eneli subsequent insertion. YEARLY BA X E 8 . TrofoiiioiiiU Card, (five linen.). ' " " "(more than live lines. J . Quarter .of column '. Half column One, column Announcing candidates, (advance, )....;... .jr--Addre? the Publisher. P out - P n i it. $ 5 10 IS. 371 75 $3 LOUDON : SATURDAY, ' : FEBRUARY. 3. and daughter id $3 Thomas Jefferson's teaching school in Washington City. Someb idy Hiys very bcauf ifiiliy "As small danets arc nearest the sun so ar-j litth; chil- id drcn nearest to (od. r....idi,'t rtmplh.,lv invent :l soat, which would enable mam :nas to "fct thfir d;i-i, -liters off their hands? T!....
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 3 February 1855
,5 it.- .t -- r "V V , J. v . , .-.-"- . . it j- - - " '. -' . 4 BY J. W. O'BftlEX. LOUD ON y MONDAY, . : : : FEBRUARY, 5, 1S55. c "- Maryville. l ""We are agnin at our pout," after a short trip to Maryville, where the honorable Circuit Court , in session. Judge Patterson of Greeueville, I presided with great dignity and eeeroingly, with an extra share of authority. A considerable amount of business was transacted, -but it would not be interesting to our readers, generally, to speak of it here. A man by the name of Nunn who had an affray in Blount county, with Mr. Iredell Wright some time since, was convicted of malicious stabbing, and sentenced to two years imprisonment in the Penitentiary. Staryvi". is a quiet town, and is therefore a desirable placji for schools, of which there are two in the place, under the superintendance of competent instructors one a male; the other ft female school, and both said to be prospering. The new College building, just erected is a beau, tiful edif...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 February 1855
4 VOL. Ill; LOUDON, TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY 14, 1855. NO. 5 - ri DI-ISHEn WEEKLT IT JHO. "W. & SALI'I B. O'BRIEX. tyffi.ee on Cffinr Rifei pnat nf th Vtihll Snnr .:- . ' 1 : TERMS:-Two Dollars iu advance: Two Dol - xa.ni sro Firrr Certs in x months; Thiiee Dol- Lars at the expiration of the year, Advertisewknts inserted at $1 per square for the " ; cents ior eacn sunsequcni niseruuii. TEARLT RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 Ai c 1 : Trt lre.uro,; Half wlainn!..Z..;;;;!;;!l"!!Zl!Il!! 37 ; Jhe Unit"ed tates.or any of them, on the follow- i out of nothing in that tin. Another class be One column...""...'""." 75 n'A conditions, and with the exceptions follow- , lieve that our planet was in existence for tbou- Announciog candidates, (advance,) 3 Address the Publishers. Pout-Paid. . - . . . . LOUDON : WEDNESDAY,:::::::::::: FEBRUARY, 14. :::::::::::: FEBRUARY n. LL1L11J! S&- A bill to repeal the Usury laws, has pt 1 in the Legislature of Louisiana. teen submitted 8- Judfjo...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 February 1855
BY I. W. & S. B. O'BRICX. LOUDON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, 14, 1S55. 14th of February. In accordance with an ancient custom, this day is to be celebrated in honor ofSu Valextixe, by our "youth and chivalry," at the residence of Mrs. Carmichakl. A wa at our elbow, says that the word "chivalry" is "admirably in place and happily used"in the above connec tion, it will carry a wheelbarrow of pleasant anticipations to the minds of quite a respectable corps of elderly young men, who would be ex cluded from the festivities except under that head." Luck's a fortune, after all. Ray David Ma key Esq has retired from the editorial" chair of the Murfreesboro Telegraph and R. S. Northcott Esq, has taken charge of that papc r. t2f" The rail road bridge at this place is now nearly completed, and will soon be ready for the track laying:; the spans are all up, and the work is steadily progressing, notwithstand ing the difficulty of obtaining a sufficiency of lumber.' The road between this and Knoxvil...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 February 1855
LOUDON: Wednesday, Feb. 14. IS55. Frank. Leslie's Ladies' Gazette for Jan uary. We most heartily and unhesitatingly commend this publication to the attention and patronage of our lady readers. It will be of practical use to them being by far the most complete and r-ally useful publication of the kind with which we are acquainted. Could they see the number before us with its superb steel fashion plate, representing a group of la dies just entering a private box at the opera its clear and minute description of the fashions for January its patterns and directions for needlework its numerous and varied designs for head dresses, morning dresses, bonnets, cloaks, kc, kc, with accompanying descrip tions, we are sure they would prononnco it "a love of a Gazette." Frakk Leslie's New York Jouusal of Ro mance, General Literature, Science and Art. The January number of this journal contains Bixty-four folio pages of useful and interesting matter, with numerous illustrations. A glance at the tab...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 14 February 1855
Sp f ontjon frtf rtss. Home. Yonr dreamt of reputation, your swift deter mination, jour impulsive pride, yor.r deep ot tered rows to win a name, have all sobered in to affection; have all blended into that new feel ing which finds its centre and hope and joj in Home. From my aoul I pity him whose soul does not leap at the very utterance of that name. A home I is tho bright, bleecjd, adored phanton which sits highect oa the sonny horizon that girdethlifel When shall it be reached? When shall it cease to be a glittering day dream, and become fully tnd fairly yours. It is not the Lease, thongh, that may. have its charms; not the fields carefully tilled, and streaked with your ou foot paths; not the trses, though their shadow be to you like that f a giant rock in a wary land, nor yet is it the fireside, vith it! sweet blaie-play, nor the picture which tells you of loved ones, nor the cherished bookj but more far than all the it is the presence. The Lares of your worship are there; thect...