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MARYVILLE, TENN.; SATURDAY, NOV. B, 1807.
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( LL13 REPUBLICAN.
(agure In announcing to the
Mount county, and of the
jpc, that we have made ar
commenc the publication
f s'paper, trust A n .v.
;ici.,U .j-ue or wtiicii
out the mlddie of October,
- ermlnatlon to spare no pains
f epublican a first-class fami
ne have long seen and felt
y anu want oi such an enter
!ing to arouse our pcopl
; I ant stupor Into which they
:. hy tlic late fratricidal
i iwakon them into a more
n in the different pursuits
ted to promote the interests
ppy and prosperous coun
fn of peace found us com
istitute people. The rava-
e paralyzed almost every
; istry left us without capl-
. to develop our vast re
Rstratcd the energies of the
. s. With the great natural
- messed by East Tennessee,
or mount county, we
:p assistance nndro-opera-!
i ?nt and reliable home jour
v that we have one of the
i ' countries In the known
' ny of climate, soil and fa
: ifacturlng. We only want
.t enterprise to make it the
i' the New England States.
only by the aid of North
' r capitalists. We there
! advocate the interests of
i '. iie Industrial pursuits by
hft itnw peculiar
1 v """.Hthera
The Two Churches.
J to thoW
ruing. The menu
oji .j ceP ut' tb'9 M
tcntion this political mor
ed the M. E. Church Soutl:
earnest, and they did not ran it for
the tirae being, but for all
but tel you what you alrddy know,
th-taj 'organization bo btt
yiui me rvuvmuu .ia
V cannot be toleraU
" cuiuu luvttbiua oi canaoa ex
citea me lirlUslx public somewhat
ana tne i troubles in Ireland to gome In the remarks we have to ni u we
SSiSSfiSKtt- to b. practtad ui ptote s ui
operations of the Order in F.nrinH reader. " you can llnd Ume, please go
has occasioned. As long as the dan- with us trough this article, which we
gerous subject was confined to Ireland, promise shall be as short as possible!
rMlKZETJEI - No two organization, so distinctLv
sympathies in England is alarming. defmed their sympathies during v;
The rescue of Fenian Drisonera at conflict the Government had with trai-
Manchester was A riisncrrppnVilo inrlio. I tors na AA tha Afafhnlicf rn!cMnnl
tion.andit has created such nni. Ph.K ahta vli. i .r Remember ou, an
ness that there are fears of a wide- n u T-, . . kTk 8 held resnonail.lo, fo
spread conspiracy, which menaces the rrf, ' Mm help it if you 1
oJ ii . I indicates. lavpd nut 11 it. onoririon I.. I r . . . L.,
pv-iAo auu icuuiiua iue mu8E linrinncr i .
vigilance of the government to prevent forward the cause of the Southern re-.
it irom doing mischiet Rumors now bellion. The other, true to the nansB
prevail that the Fenians are about to of religion and Christain progress,
do something terrible in the North of k. . v ..
England. ancT troon. hav Un w. utm lue powenux innuence or .the
riedly sent to the part of the country pres8 and the PulPI; to fti1 nation
"'tu iii in assuiaeu is menaced, inus lu 1''0 ciiui i iyr neu-jiresicrvp'i.in.
iar it does not appear that any demon- Th on
eu-auons nave been made, afld the I
iut it is certBin tW. tha . the Word
. vv, uuguau ttic I
scared upon the Feninn b,wm --
nenceiorth we may expect Hint ocea- Tl,o one
amnnl oi-KIku: . .... I
mu'm; ujiutiessarv iinrt wvi r4H. ., i r m w lUB ncn
as tliose which have made the sensi- tho other instincts, sought
... v -..u,a, a laugning stock for the W me ncn to save, or always pan-
alarm. Kot a, U to bT eip" " r narkS f d"r'!renM
7 who la April ceived
e of con-
f'iiv fles from which the t'Uristaiu
i i dist were driven in 1 84, will 1 e
cl n against these outlivs. who
ha' ", from that day to this pr scribed
Ioj r I, and even tarred and imthcrw
Dithouesty In Trade,
BI HE.NKV WARD BCECBER.
A mnn brings a pcari into vour shop,
and, holding it up, savs : 'I was fi sh
mg down on the bank, and I found
this thing. I don't know whether it
is worth anything or not, but tlicy
told me I could get a dollar for it "
It is worth five hundred dollars f 'Oh
yes," you say, I guess it is worth
that I will give you a dollar for it,"
And you take the pearl and give him
the dollar; and you chuckle ovrr it
and boast of it You not only do not
think that you have done that which is
dishonest, but you go to your part
ner, and hold up the pearl, and xult
ingly say; I bought it for a dollar."
And n hen you go home at jii-dit you
w your nanas, una say ; 'Irnr.
His I a rare Ximv r li i k tJ .lav,"
"IVlut wa it" t!,. .wif,.'.
Wc clip theolliwlnjrom
A GOOD COVNTKT TO BE BOR!T IX.
The following extract is. from an
address delivered before the Agricul
tural Society at Faycttevillej Vt.f by
Hon. Henry Clark :
The art of printing with the Use of
stereotype plates, cylinder and owcr
presses, lithographing, mczrotltt, and
other forms of engraving, hs been
brought on this continent to its high
est perfection. It is truly marvelou
with what dispatch, cheapness and
Wauty of execution' printing is now
done. The New York dailies, as th
Tiines, Herald and 2'n'bune; are prin
ted at tho rate or 20.000, wr hour,
and sold to dealers at the erfill priced
of $2 50 per hundred, while lu fenjv
'-undthe London Time is worth 85 l
60. Jn lithographmg such -prqrp-Hi
. ...i... !.i c i i . I ..." ' " ' " :. "'"'-r nus oepnmwifl thnt Ainct ecu lcio.
e wai naUonal. the olhir . '. ... ! " K- rn r-itprmi?. Wmo ria)V iinA t .nt,, th I. mon
for j i atjuii.r ty ahrtite n,cu : "'?""' .. .. .i..;. .iI.h1 be and I ra-ns I w4 a-iothcr man j The toial number of perfo2jit. md
bcH-vrd that Gols Word!4 ... nl 'l'P.v he was !" papers bublishe in the United St6
i 1ms or uaspueiuid., n, mat rue woman coum use a wo-1 is i.voi. wnn a circiuaiiou oi
ted in amelioration of the wrongs of are pIam to be 8een hJ the most
Ireland from hia careless ohsprvpr
ZltZ7L d or bse
Irish j .T" Uiurehes
.. 1---"., luo iutenuon OI
on the community in which
So long as iniuHti 5a wo llve ' for mean to be nractical
exercised toward Ireland it may be and Personal, if you please. First,
expected agitation will
thnf rniintnr . in . v uawuuiU oiuer section-
srpatbrL-iet1 rifr "vTr difference
strong as to menace the
in me iwo ot itself, would be abun-
high time for ParKam J daut C&i6e wh V WA fill r 111 I l-Afln a)rrf
t wmuaiu u L.I I I'M :i ii v i i w w iuu ncr u aiuiii i ( 't
such measnrpn na tt.iii Jfrnm cwi, j.... " . J3 . ytinT-3
10 lueinsh, and remove all cause t.,r wc had ben tailor, vuiv .
we could do. wou'd L to c;n
from a sectional
.AWStqwart (the . representative of
tigWgnnization in our county) that
hl'iUtl whomioever he may throw
antgst us,willbe heW personally re
sisiMo for the forclWo entry of our
Chinches Jn the lutu'rf , for to the loyal
mWindwOflcn thefee umrciics no
long, and they cannot nor will not
suffer these Church buildings prosti-
tutd to the miserably wicked work
The only way of settling- tho Ti-J.i,
trouble will be found to be the nviii
the Irish people the rights so Io-j
demanded and so long withheld
loledo Blade. ,
The Washington cormsnnruW rf
the Boston Advertiser bv ni
Sherman says he don't want tortivin
of making treason respectable
'A few more words and we close.
Yfr) are perfectly,' conscious that trai-tci-s
have bu1s to save as well as the
d " and law-aMdin? citizens. . In-
i.iey neea it mure
h Vjluerions. ... Wc
to huaWy scsc God'i
ond, tho o.'.ecrJ1.!! "S uthcru". vrc.
tends to bvA wli ....ut8 tim.h
Now, if ihat is & .. u...t it i.s; . ,
the vvhol,;. Wr4 v ' n.V f.
Washington a week, and wnul , , . - . '.WfxU i'"-vcv '".T-fwi;;
estly begtoHbe excuse.LirojiJV.4cwW r... ,o att men.' V en i It v n ' rt,K
hA1 I . UlfUlTU ' ' " ' "
( hit rcii, it i. not oi
and live Utter lift-;w.v, we
io,: cnod ra and womc, whit
n ....Tcd, t- r.vay Tor their jo.vvor- j pmf. Mm..'1(
H-Mi'tv Chr .... ty,a w.-u -v
man's ofllcc! Oh, that she could give
expression to hernionil Judgment!
Oh, that she could Hush and say : "I
am ashamed of you !" Oh, that there
could bp in every household a faithful
cum pan ion to rebuke those tendencies
to cheating! For I call it nothing loss
I suppose this is that which we feel
when we hunt out old picture stores
and grope round for ancient and black
t'uea canvases, hoping that which we
buy for a mere song, on being washed
and rubbed and restored, will prove
to be a Raphael, a Titian, or some
thing of that kind. A hereditary
property, after being handed down
from generation to rtTtion, at last
comes into the jja t.is of some poor,
uneducated ,vnnan; and wi'.h other
U-iiigK that she it'io - ... 1 understand
the T.-dne of. t'-a-re i- an old, black
faced picture. A man goes and looks
at tt, and says to himself: I should
not be tturprivd if ;!:.' was a magntfi-
. lie :( that the WO-
la . a
mail is unoon.'CtotK ,r "its value, and
ways, wil itcut
nnffof man to
.n , liier to Induce Nfc,
i .MnUnl an1 .
to aid in developing its
; i' a
. ican will be thoroughly
li'ics; will susUin the re
r. t lev of Congress, and sup-
' Uglslatureof the State of
. V. shall adhere to tne pain
.)( rmerly inculcated by the
u that "treason 6hould be
w . 1 traitors punished."
aral Department will be
. . . k to contain matter of the
) nee to farmers. We need
4 dee the fact thot decided
,t i, ;an he made in the diflfer
(t husbandry, aspractlsed
. i; entire State oTennessee,
v .- .. .(.. we BhaJl not It sparing in
Issue wt 6hall have
lo.;4.,n this- tltgiorVint subject
Tinners Our country affords,
f i excliAnge of views and
i : '.i he various rural pursuits
, . - of some of the ablest di
' . : nncssee.have been secured.
, eck tie Rkpcbucan will
the choicest religious rcad-
. w- iroposdto publish a paper
.. . . imia that win aavocaw
Uud ur farmers and me
Jhout the country should
( ' ; crlbe ot once, so that they
with the first issue. We
the Republic both in
tistructlve, and we call up-
is people of fcast lennes
h in this laudable enter
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A Vuii i 1
'J " t C"s"lt.
IcAN will be published
ifoilowlng rates, invariably
A A AA
le year, w
iCyear....... i w
iumber of advertisements
In reasonable terms.
kcations connected with the
ie auaressea w tuu jtuuiibu
Ik Reptjblican, Maryvllle,
R. C. Tucker,
M. L. McConnkll,
Editors and Proprietors
'yv'. Ilount co, Tcnu
It. Ji, 1807.
:"v;: TO exchange !
f :hree kinds, for a few yards
particulars apply at this of-
pun a ddtythaf would keepliint here
He is, moreover, entirely content
with his pr?nt military position, and
wholly disinclined to the undertaking
of executive service like that of the
War office. He aho says that he has
found no difficulty in serving under
General Grant, and has no desire to
be put into other relations with him.
Every body knows that the most cor
dial sympathy existed between these
two officers during the latter part of
the war, and it is perhaps scarcely
necessary to say that there has been
no change in this respect since the re
turn of peace."
(From the Prairie Farmer.
American Bee Plant.
This plant has been cultivated to
some extent in this neighborhood for
several years past, and proves to be
one of the be6t, and probably the very
best honey-producing plant known.
It was introduced by the writer about
the year 1860. as a new annual flower
ing plant, from the Rocky Mountain
o ' . .. . , i.
rcoion, but its great vaiue was not
known, and was not discovered mi a
year or two after, when the writer was
surprised to see tne nowers coveieu
.r, . I ! -At it. - !
with Dees, wnue otners in uie imme
diate neighborhood were quite ncg
lected. The next year a much larger
quantity of the plant was grown, ana
it was found that the honey stored in
boxes at the time the plant was in
bloom, was of a much finer quality
than any other. Every succeeding
year of its cultivation confirms tnis,
ana i una tuni wnue mis piaiiu nao m
bloom, nearly all other flowers were
discarded : even the buckwheat, wnicn
every one knows is a great favorite
with the industrious little fellows, is
quite deserted. The honey stored
from this plant is positively the finest,
both to the eye and palate, of any I
. The plant is of easy culture, and
looks well in the flower garden. It is
a strong grower, and much branccd,
like the common mustard plant, tho'
its flowers are bright and purple, and
are produced from mid-summer till
frost destroys it in autumn.
It will grow on any soil, tho' a rich
one suits it best, and may be sown in
dulls or broadcast if the ground is - - ap (I bitual neglect, so men degenerate, iu-
clean. Autumn is the best time for , the ever shameful fact that tley art; MnjiblyJnt0 b:ri workm.
sowing it, as it comes into bloom buiMing their hopes (-fhcavia on tho
sooner. It has . already acquired ithe corner.stoac 0f human tlavirt; That ia a good rough job," arid a
local name of "Bee Plant in his vi- a c,ir;st,,u, people wll find 'f 0 mnn in ljl;nrin - ,(11'h, a!ul
emity (Chicago) and asit is ind ge. . ? sch i char- wrtint that it was a nic-e of vk.
nous, l propose we can urine weiw . - - - .. ,,: 4n itoir , nf C4rrv, -
AmcricanFBeo Plant. aoter, too, U.-.ttho -unexwpUaablc" no t ci par.t , aelf, bnt Mro,,
1 will not be to'Wcd. A fr wordd ran nv ,,.u.
is ft M-liitii man's ( nitrch, it 1
God, but is what we haw VMi charg
ed it with being, a yuliticul awi stn
tional partisan orgauUutton, and
that only. But, Third, the county of
Blount sent some mer into the Rebel
army mainly at the instigation of the
White Man's Church, called Southern
Methodist. But this same county
sent some soldiers to the field to crush
this hydra-headed monster, and the
Southern Confedaracy ; and now the
one has been driven to the wall, and
of right all the component parts of
this terrible crime should go down to
gether. Ought they or no? The
answer comes swelling up from the
soul of every honest patriot, Yes, down
with them ! down with them ! and for
ever let this Government be what its
founders designed, in the lauguageof
Washington "free fl'om sectional or
ganizations." Now, a new Conference
year has began. The handmaid of
treason, called the Southern M. E.
Church, is promising their friends to
re-occupy the ground that the Nation
al rt1diers drove their backers, from.
They even claim the Churches erected
for God'i worship to , their use, that
they, under the guise of religion, may
rebuild the castle called Thq South-'
em Confederacy, or if not (that, M
party whomay,bythelorce oiitsnunr
bcrs and their religious pretenses.mai'
to send men to our neighborhood wh?
shall be unexceptionable. We sujT
pose they mean a nan who won't Steffi
our blankets, or one that was not ac"
cused of stealing icffee, or onewhr
did not or would not break, oper
houses. Now can they do this ? Foi
to a Christain people a sectional oil
ganization of itself would bo sufficient
grounds for objection. Add to thi'
that they claim to preach to only.
hn Against that very Word, we
cj-irt ti pardoned if c refuse ; more
etpcI'lTy !f Ki? r whr' .nir.H.. v.i i
beerf bent to the work of driving our
fatkers, husbands and sons from their
qubt homes to fight for (as they
woald have it) a whit&man Gospel.
Agvin, this Southern concern can.pnly
'oen'u . tfresh the wounds we would
so gladly heal. When wc see one of
your preachers( ? ) it only reminds us
of what your Conference did in the
nation's dark hour. Let us take a
look at some of your Conference
work. Old man Cummings, whose
whole life has been given to God, was
proscribed by your body with the
rebel soldiers at your back his mind
now almost a perfect wreck as the re
sult Old man Duggan, whom your
soldiers lashed withwythes, is prema
turely sent to the helpless list Old
man Fleming, too, is prostrated by
yo$r proscriptive body. His son
forced from home by your soldiery,
dies where father, mother, nor broth
er eould console his last moments.
Brf-hymttaply P lougtiiiroeioo'k
about you, in any direction, without
seeing the evidence of the wickedness
of the cause in which you are engaged.
The women in black, the poorly clad
children, the sunken eyes and wrink
led brow of the aged, give token that
those weeds are for loved ones lost.
Whose poor apparel speak of the need
and suffering of the bereaved children ?
whose sunken eycB and wrinkled brow
speak of a tender cord broken ? All
Orer our once happy land tho cry is
beard for a teacher wh will cry
aloud, spare not, and show the house
of Jacob their transgressions."
Co it Well. Whatever you do, do
it well. A Job slighted, because it is
"class," a "select few;" and io thWiTfly important, leads to ha-
ii bitual neglect so men deccnorate. in-
-e r.ot l) iu'e her discover
ic .-uvci ii. u bo valuable.
a ia'vor l.r can cot a chance
witbo,!t'ldsr''!-irtr' . v. antH. rt
ruKwig and scraping it. He steals
in ,it different times and continues the
rulhing and scraping, using various
turpentines and varnishes.
And by mid by h. X gins to see the
zr, A "fa fitrn? a foot, and he says,
" Nobody "pain ted that foot that was
not a master painter." But he affects
ignorance, and takes the woman at an
advantage, and buys it, And ho is
anxious to get it home as quickly as
possible. He takes it and fairly runs
down the street for fear the woman
may call him back. He succeeds in
getting it away without awakening
any suspision, and is delighted. He
at once puts it into the hands of a re
storer, and it turnes out to be a pic
ture worth fifteen hurdred dollars.
And all his life he boasts of bow . he
got it, and in relating the circum
stance says : " It cost a . ridiculous
sum ; I paid next to nothing for it"
It is among the great events of his
history. He is unconscious of the
simple law of honor and right; as
long as he lives he sits on this fault
and crows his own shame !
Putting the Saddle on the Right
IIokse. Some mischievour wags one
night pulled down a turner's sign and
put it over a lawyer's door. In the
morning it read, "All sorts of turning
and twisting done here."
gthe hand and the eye to do
ads individuals fo 'form
$1 in other respects, and a
is, in most cases, a
No one need hope to
lis present situation who
things to pass by unim-
pwvwinvho neglects, metaphori
cally speaking, to pick up a cent be
cause it is not a dollar.
651, 548 copies. From official sources
we learn that the useful inventions for
which patents have been issued tho
past year ure 4,418 ; that the school
and colleges of the country numltcr
about 25,000, cmploing at least 150,
000 teachers, while the number of pcr
Hons and children taught is stated in
round numbers at 5,000.000, while if
possible, to place education, the pal
ladium of our free institutions, upon
a permanent basis. Congress has re
ccntly appropriated to the different
States 50,000,000 acres of land with
which to erect in each, colleges for
the promotion of agriculture and me
chanical arts. - Indeed in the number
and efficiency of its agencies far the
general diffusion of knowledge, a high
cultivation and developement of mind,
the advancement and perfection of
literature, and science and the moral
an social elevation of man, our coun
try has no rival. In such a. nation
titled orders would be valueless. Its
titles in order to rank and preferment
are not of blood and Uncage, but abili
ty, genius and virtue, and these come
often from the'plain wilks ' of life
In the mighty struggle through which
the nation 1" Jusl Pntsed,, the two
piTiv. . .ill-W r.l.jto 4 V ... . J 1 , 1 U
people, filling their high and awfully
resptnsible positions nobly and glori
ousl Abraham Lincoln, the martyr
hero, and Ulysses S- Grant, 'the great
est living general,' both came from tho.
plain ranks of the people. Under tho
inspiration of our institutions the
bright-eyed boy of the cottage, is more
likclv to make the Newton, Franklin,
or Washington of his age than tho
child of opulence, writing . his name
higher on the pyramid of the world's
progress. Six years ago,' President
Lincoln, on tho 4th day of July, in
his message to Congress in extraordi
nary session, uttered the following
sublime truths. "In referring to the
character of the men who had volun
teered, and wero" ready to die for the.
Union, h said :; ; "There are' many
single regiments whose members, one.
and another, possess full practical
knowledge of all the arts, sciences,
professions, and whatever" else, wheth
er useful or elegant, that is known in
the whole world ; and there is scarcely
one from which there could not be se
lected a President, Cabiuct, or Con
gress, and perhaps a court, abundantly
competent to administer the Govern
ment itself." To bo born in such a
land and under institutions that thus
elevate its people, is a far richer inher
itance than the living of the wealthiest
lord in England. .
: A rival of a certain lawyer sought to
humilate him publicly by saying:
" You blacked my father's boots once."
Yes," replied the lawyer unabashed,
and I did it well." ' And because of
his habit of doing even mean things
well, ho rose to grater. ' ' ' , , .
Take heart ! all who toil ! all youths
in humble situations, nil in adverse
circumstances, and those who labor
unappreciated. If it be but to drive
the plow, strive to do it well ;, if only
to cut bolts, make gooLxmcs ; , or to
blow the bellows,' keep tlie iron hot.
It is attention to busiinrss that lifts
the fVct higher up on the ladder.
Says tho good Book "Stst (bona
mat i 'Mi. gout in his 1 'Humes h: shall
XI. A. Terrt.
bcf'M c mean men.'
Gen. Grant, on Saturday, declined
to reinstate a dismissed War Depart
ment clerk, on the aplication of Mont
gomery Blair,.who thereupon Imperti
nently intimated that tho refusal was
based upon partisan feeling. The.
General emphatically denied that po
litics had anything to do with the ap
pointment or the discharge of clerks
in tho department , . ; ,
The Toledo Blade asserts on what
it considers good authority, that Hon.
Ben. F. Wade has no idea of retiring
from public life. , His friends next fall
Will present him as a candidate for the
House of Representatives from tho
nineteenth (Fairfield's) Congressiou.
al District. " '
' Govenor Seymour, of. New York,
in n conversation with a gentlemen in
tho central part the State, the other
day,' said that he did not take a politi-'
ed paper, norn'ty for a longtime.
k'fore kings ; heha!l not slaud 1 largest shr-.r. of, his followers
practice the. same self denial.
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