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. tnui-uiuuni oi flit ine yital interests of
thin country. Especially do we hop
to be of some service to the cause of
true Ii publicanlsm Radical Republ
vi Mtrj that type of Republicanism
th.it recO'Tn'TOS and believesfin the uni
verh.d brotherhood "by nature" of al
m. lhat teaches that man is his
rl: . onscquently that wo man
hn(it i.bt to trade and trafic in
hn.r.iv- iiesh ; that teaches that worth.
'of Jn tyo!lar;ih'd'"centjj i
' PO jvu..ad industrial worth, should be
rr. f-.n's passport to favor and respect,
without any regard to race, color, or
previous condition ; that k'ind of Re
, publicauism that holds and teaches that
Rebellion against the lawfully consti
tuted authority of this nation, is trea
son, Justly punishable by the severest
penalty known to the laws of the coun
try ; that treason works a clear, full,
and complete forfeiture of every right
the traiter ever had, including that to
life ; that every privilege enjoyed by
countrj-, is a gratuity at the hands of
the loyal people, of . the nation, for
which any other criminal but a traitor
would feel and manifest a sense of the
.! most profound gratitude ; that no man
, who has been in rebellion against the
nation should claim it as a. fight even
to offer a suggestion in relation to the
politics of the countr', much less
" claim the right to absolutely take con
trol of the ship of State, freighted, as
she is with her sacred cargo of hu
man liberties: liberties doublv sacred
'as being the price of the'lives of five
hundred thousand of the nation's' no
blest .sons ; a vast expenditure of hu
, man life for which each traitor will be
held individually responsible at the
bar of the Great Eternal ; that kind
of Republicanism that holds and teach
es that it is not necessary that a man
should shoulder his musket and actu
ally fight for the dissolution and over
throw of the Government in order to
be a traitor, but that a ballot cast for
Becesm'on is treasou, and should be
held to forever disqualify the caster
of ever again exercising that high
privilege; that treason in ouo thing,
and that politics is another ; that, wbile
every loyal man'&rfght to his opinion
Sis to the best policy of administering
the Govcrnroenttif the country- should
be hctd inviolate. No man's sympathr
with treason, when known should lie
tolerated;! that . the national debt
should beheld sacred; that the na
tion's faith to its creditors should be
kept to the very letter.
To a casual observer it would seein
. i i t t a . i .,..!..:..
iiJHi rne preuoniinanr cuaraciei imici
. , i
oi our modern r:iw oi ueinocrais,
both North and South, is the hatred of
the negro, simply because he is a ne
gro. But as we get a better and clear
er insight into their political creed,
this supposition vanishes like fog be
fore the bright rays of a morning sun.
A scrutinous search of their record,
public and private, convinces us that
it ia not the negro himself they ko
ubhorcntly detest, but the position lie
occupies in the political society of the
country. But to judge from the almost
deafening hue and cry of the Democ
racy, the recent defenders of the slave
ut'uiam rvinlri aIwi.i. tfw. msimliiM
gro nees, and that, t .., ou vcrv
vil0rt'.H' ii 1'o, ,
ha r iV(i (,1(,lP11t oi .ho
country is n -r in s'H'h ternf.e dread of
negro equality as they would have us
believe. It is the power the negro
possesses in the Government as n free
man, and not his kinky hair, his flat
nose, his black skin, his long heel or
the odor he emits, so much complain
ed of as being so very offensive to the
Democratic olfactories, that is so ob
noxious to those of the Copperhead
persuasion. It is his love of freedom
and hatred of tyranny; his patriotic
devotion to his county and his bitter
enmity towards treason. It is trulv
soothing and pleasant to the Demo
cratic mind to contemplate the negro
in a state of perpetual and inhuman
bondage, uneducated, except in br
barism nnd brutality, rith even the
smallest privilege to which pain U -
titled denied him; but place him in
the position of a free man. el. I hod with
all the rights of citi.?v,ship, and li -
once becomes an abominititHi in the'
sight of Democracy. The proud au-
tocrat'could under the rein of slave
ry tolerate the iegro on his farm, in
his yard, vcn in his'house.'uot
J V '!ltii with W . . ...... i..
a wicKou state c iei .uie. run
out one feeling of the jeghifir.g influ
ence Of ft-Mr 'wialify.' "'Yhere the
master rer.pi:'! the bcueiit) tfthe eease-
less toiln of V.'ia vietiiaized slave, we
notico but little was said about the
deletorious effects of equality. But
when the bonds of slavery were broken
asunder b the liberating hands of
our country's glorious defenders, then
were the supporters of tyrannical op
pression taken possession of by a su
pernatural terror of negro equality.
And another great source of Dem
ocratic hatred of the negro, grows
out of the fact that be did not prove
very efficient in furthering the work
of treason during the war, and will not
vote the Democratic ticket now, be
cause he adheres to the cause of free.
dom and nationality rather than to
treason and slavery. '
Should the FJvo-Twcnticsbe Paid
In Currency. '
Tliis is a qusstton that 13 not only
pertinent to the future interest and
welfare of the country, but it is one
that concerns its existence as a Re
public, . Rebellion , and
are twin sisters.
of this nefarious sclV
Vnothosis that two
right; that forsootA
destroy this GofwNnarpSy force
of arms and failed, that they have the
right to end its cxisence in bankrupt
cy. They say they propose to pay
off the Five Twenties in currency in
order to keep from repudiating the
National debt. Beware of . a party
when they tell yon that they steal one
dollar in order to keep from stealing
two. Repudiation means, in short,
making anything worthless. Flood
the country with green-backs and you
esscn theiy value. If a party will de
preciate the currency of the country,
so that it is Only worth half of its face
value, would they not if tlicy had the
wwer make it worthless altogether t
rhfl is ouly a bait they lay out, for if
ic Five-Twenties are paid in irrcn-
cy, repudiation follows at once.
"jnicin ui"W in-'Ul HL-IU , II jUll.HJl UC i'J' j li I If. 1 1 i
nun unacquainted with the customs of ,f one t 'i 1 f'-r .,.,(
eonntrv wnnlrl flnnk-tti hf r.ttst j',ousni hr. -.rr :
of a w-ity. Ta.rvvt atshenoJr1 ' '
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Ml ShepW.I u. v ,lton.i( by
fixmc .,. t.'.onedoilflr. h,t -Bill
passe "v..i 17; navc-s '
troduee a Wti,, '
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'-rrcd to the (
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i lon-'e liill
ounty ii,. j
ii the cou'
House bill No. iOJ :
J.ebds from oliice. The
zes the governor to declare yaeaiit a
ter thef'rvt Saturday hOUrc-h, 1888,
all 'ir.'-- held It disfrauCniscd.,iw.'
sons. Referred. to the Judimry Com
mittee. , r ,.- ; ... ; , '
IIousb bill No. 05: ,. To reduce tl
several acts incorporating t,ie tomi of
-woiTisTown ana to tm)!lirfnrsamp,
was reported back from theCommit
tee on Schools and paxted tl ird read
ing. -( ; - i.. (
House bill No 40 : To a hend the
charter of the. Central Ten nessee
Methodist Episcopal College Passed.
House bill No. 04:, To incorporate
St. Andrew's Benevolent Society of
Memphis. Passed. , .
House bill No. 08: To ihcorpor
ate the Elizabcthton 3Iasonic -Female
Institute. Passed. , v , ....
House bill No. 08; To incorponte
CageviUe Female Academy. ,. Passed.
House bill No. 8S: To change the
name of tbc New Market -Medical As
sociation to the Jefferson ?T, i . ;(l A
eociation. Passed. " j l
Mr Woodward ' infTodticed t.int, :
resolution granting W. J. h c t. w'), ,m; ;
seat was declared yaca it, ' u
andjr diem up h. -e i (.r i i0
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1 VOIllllUll Ull .l I A. M.. Oil
A surgeon, who wrs I m'1. v.-a.
visit toa friend's hn is a. wl ,- , .
wore a . wig. ft.jr bMtT:u--
considerable, the ditt t ;
see how bald I ) rii, aud vet .
wear a wijr.
"True, sir," rc;di--.
servant: "hnta-i 'mfv burn rr.,..
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Keep yoursei ' frim the vum y
ni vii ui.iu, ii win uit'i uiuu l ill n i .
from a narrow.'-ny, from a iria:i tl ;('
marked, from a low that has
thrice married, from whid t' -it C'' ,..
in at a hole, and from a fee iiril, '. - ,
emy. , , i
The President !ms iri oi,.i:,.ri I
James Brooks, cfNer York 'an J ,
uelMcKee, of IV'ni ;i. -mv . ,',..,
ment Directors i f tl l. :u i? .
railroad. . .. ,
Some Of the W !:iv i:i.i,
best statesmen, ' tlte "io-t
tists, the most im r.-fu ju-V
most ingcniois mc h- ui- -, i
: 4 :Vo?n
aim ; ;
T v'l'.Ti: I ACADEMY,
l.y :m i,:v;: . jment between the re-'
,(.' i' 7 i "of Trustees of the
ahovr ;: .. il i istitutlons, the Acade
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v- i' i i:.
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of tl- (.'ollege
j- v;w established with
aring young 'men and
e, ,-JJnt xiiK-ij tlm Col
artment. with he name
nnd now In htieeijssl'ul
tv.Vs thiHtifiht b(s b' all
lbbwrhetwo juto one,
their efforts o make
oh adequate to meet the
inH of the youth of
:fll .'. t-.in
r? .'') ii.
i , .
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of the Acaletny can be
benefit of xtudetits from
t y only. The interest of
i be appropriated to the
heir tuition, so ltir as it
i i what extent it will do
. pend'on the amount of
e number of students in
try Department of the
id t the lxftiefit th"ret'
the Academy aren ! m l
jirwisely'ivhst irt .'Mii'it
howevW. that the fuuds I
s -y 1 "" i - - -
i t fie A -h t-jmy can i pui mvw n
I ..,:!,.. f.v be of any assist'itico cnrg
! ;!.,.' .. ml ' collegiate 'year J THe
! : i ,1-v. of ;he Academy are doing nil
to collect the funds, with a
making a permanent and safe
; '-, been thought by many, that
i).,. . . i :iry English branches are not
.. . tiin College. This is rt mis
; , We linve an English Depart
ment, in ' which' the course of instruc-t:"-a
is designed to impart a thorough
K ,e i fledge of the common and high
hrnni-hes' of 'English education. In
tii department we hope to meet a
. -eeply felt want of many of our young
f .... M.,i-..l
i:ir.g j wlnoalJon ;wrre snnir iumu
1 the a.'T
We sh-0! nio-M elie.'iT(..ly
d- -ill. i;i nv power, to repaii- tneir
,..t l.-v.i:. n,l wl-'trint theV
not be baekvird in :iMii''ng th-m
i Kidvesof-sucb a.-va!it:g"S a- wenier.
A Noruiid S .ool I!'p:irri!u iit has
'.- I ore-nnized lor t'.ie pmpnsa pf
(:si:iiri'r and fivialil'vin j r ':K;tical
or, in the crtof tench in -j .ie best
necessity of our terms and circura-
cf.inr.nn ...TI.a' T... O-t. '-I T
wiiiu-n. jni; iev oenooi ijaw im
peratively demands qualified teachers
for our Common Schools. ' Certifi
cates are to be issued to no others.
And appropriations are to be withheld
from such districts as persist in the
employment of teachers not qualified
for their work.
To meet, therefore, the great want
of well qualified Common Schoo
teachers for our own county, the Nor
mal School Department has been or
ganized. And we most earnestly urge
an those who desire to qualify them
selves for this noble and patriotic work
Of teaching in our Common School?
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paiiment. " We must
the iMdard of Common'
('tool ediK ati. x To' fin ihta
! fully we nntxi
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u-'ve competent tench-
,,'.':'' -;i; :ll?i-e:.ftimk"i.i do
l)vt ;:i ; velopin'nf and brW
4.. . r ...... ... i .. t. i .' . .
j i " iii ii miui teacners.
The College .Facility haVe resolved
to eiend t ue privileges and ndvanta.
f es'nr the D.stitntion to.females. This
I.a'- never been .'one '.heretofore, but
we can see no re. sonahiA nt,;
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'"' 11 Cunrso now
.i .i nov i oung ladies, in
th.- future, life liirelv to
ten - lung i.-ir .more extensively than
they InthertS have. It i8 important.
therefort', tint their educational facul
ties ic c vial to those of young men.
J h it th edtratiou 0f our youn la-
i j n. u ue cmr.'Huou oi our 3'ounn' la.
; H - i.i : 'ic pn. hfis been most woful-
. n ;.u-:,cd, ik nn undeniable fact.
u re so no longer. . Tim times
lemHntir.t this neglect shall cease,
I i fie determined to do what we
-i t-i brii: v it to an end and inaugur
"'' ;i ' tti'r "state of things.'.' And in
ths 'e!lsk fhe sympathy ahd'ed-oper-a'i'
i. of a',1 the friends' of learning..'
T. J. Lam Air.
n v on; subscription for the
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VtiJd to rvrtet l U i ... crrw W-Uohd&ini.'. Vu-won-,
r frtnhe! usnallr tati-ht iu (Wvmtin s,tn,c,iou l"-!. t'y :fo
biU vulhorL- n1 ! to take pracal t,Av, A" " " " & ,
; . ! . Our JtecJi'd.
' The Republican paity has been in
power in the National. (ovenmient
and throughout the jNortbern SUtes
six years.:. Beyond doubt U must pre
vail speedily in nearly every Southern
State, as the natural result of univer
sal suffrage. Sound in its theories
from the outset, its unswerving adhe
rence to great vital truths has , placed
in its lirtnd thOeepfef '(7f"poweiv'mia
made, it the party ofaef ion aijd uchiev.
incut. It has abolished Shivery, sub
dued Rebellion, created into a Gov
ernment a Congress which was pre
viously a mere debating society, ' !md
consolidated into a Union a league of
States which was before held bya"Yr5p"c"
of sand. It found the country with
out an army, except that 'commanded
liy itatnemWa; without a ; currency
that was acceptable away from the
neighborhood in which it was
without a credit at home or abroad on
which a million of dollars could be
borrowed. Under the rule of the
Republican party" the country has
overwhelmed its enemies, vindicated
the national unit', and adopted a plan
for the reconstruction of the Uuion
and ofthe States in rebellion, charac
terized by oqiiftl magnanimity nnd wis
dom.; Fir6t the rebellions South aided
by yortliern' sympathizers, and after
w?ird amnddbHirrmssioiiate, and feeble
President,. h.iv pln.-Ki-fj thM.-( ivi iu
the wuv ofic enMhlnV fiid hieJMV!!
f.rnafnH in Ita i'rw.jil r.r.,.,ti jt- TI,..'
i',ni - t ,ti nriw cinvimi(.iii-,k . ......
i.-cipitatc action !.... ' v.n'-
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OHiii lUillCM retiuneu ui:i:in.muuiu 4um
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ierativelvlemanded. In all the cou-i.
idonierati0n;of onions ftnmnmcMim,
worn-out political hacks, broken dpyn :
Rebels, ministers to vice turn sliiuuec
and devotees of rum and Slavery,-from
which the leaders of the sham Democ-:
racy are take, there cannot; be; found
a single individual who has any policy
to propose,' or any ' oilier polilicul
principle Hian looostrnci aim proenv
the doing of s6tnethiiigliy the Repub
lican party. 1
lican party. . - H "ia,v".v jT(T.", v . r.
To prevent ' the colled km of rcyen- yrgy' among us, t'ojaid in developing
ue adat'e to the supkrt of the Gov- vatreccM
eminent is tlieir financial policy. To Their
precipitate the ret urn of the Southern
States into the Union when the plan
proposed for their return was illegal
and unsafe, and now to prevent, their
return in the'miide devised after due
deliberation aTfimetcj,mfncl by iaw,
has been their reconstruction policy.
To hinder the success of the National
Banking system would lie their mode
of urovidincr the people with a curren
cy as to obstruct the enlistment of
troops wa'w their mode of carrying on
the. war. Tin y art nOt (th energy,
but trparaljjxi. They inspire 'noth-,
ing, "do nothing. Even their criticism
is worthless, it ia irot critical, but
and restored to the Union vif tiioi
Purty in every Southern Ki.-i'to' it
infrt.n nrovonr flirt im'IH.T, ,- ...,t -A..'i
f H"1 ' W ' , -v' C-oeiti1
iiicius m Mjiicn uie joyai. navo uarely
equal rights with the disloyal. -I q
Wheu a Plan ofroeoiish'iietinrr'Wif
proposed without lawful authority7.
a manner which promised to keep the
South in a state of chronic war rbel
tween the races for the next half com
jury, these bilious patriots rushed
us support. hen a President could
be found willing to spume his maudlin
drunkeimess before the crowd. . thev
were enthusiaistic in his nraise - At
ine least nint that somebody is mun
dering negroes in 3Ieiiiphis or New
Orleans, they admire , the vigor and
extol the magnanimity of him whose
duty it is to enforce the laws and pre
serve the peace.
, What can such a phase of society
be called? It is not a parry,, for. in
place of a conviction it has merely a
prejudice; Instead of a policy it ; has
only a dmbble, Instead of ajreform it
has merely a groveling hatred of ad
ii ..... : '
vancement, like that of the Indian,
whose names and badges its leaders
borrow, and whose orgies and stunidity
thev imitate.' ' '. ' r
We ardently look forward to the
time when the Democratic party, ., ad
versaries though they may continue
to.be, shall at least attain to the poss
session of a pglic)', a principle, au aim
oi some Kinci, somctnuig worth uetenu-
k - i . . i ii 4 , '
ing, discussing, or tit. least attacking.
At present, itds a mere miasm of , the
marshes. ," . .". '' . .
While the . protracted existence of
such a party is not the , highest . proof
of the average intelligence of our peo-
pie, us cominueu overmrow,ana pro
longed incapacity to do mischief af
fords a standing proof of pur. aggre
gate fitness for self-government! The
approaching elections will afford fresh
confirmation of this truth. Ke w York
A., tall, keen-eyed countryman
walked into a court room during a
trial. Stepping up to one of the
"rings," lie requested tluitthe prison
ers, might be pointed out to him. : The
awyer he accosted being somewhat of
a' wa pointed to the jury. ; The
stranger surveyed them i critically,
when turning to? his informer, he re
marked : 'Well, thev ard a hard look
ing set, ain't they h I know by their
ooks they oucht to po to the State's
prison, every one of them."
MAKYVILLB REPUIILIC AX.
x .1 Jjl l
i fYtakc pliiy bimuouneinfr to the
riii7iktni JuuutiiU)Uiv anu or tiie
eoiiiitry at lari , ihat we have made ar- j
raiigeinentstoeonihieiieo the publieatloif !
of a fumity.nt vp:ipei the Mauv-
yjLi-iiltU'L-BUCAX.UieJirst issue of which
w'ill ajpear ubijut tliV iniddlf yf October,
I8i7. . i ," , i ;i i -
JLt 14 ourdctenninatioh to spare no pains
to make the I.kithuoan a firtclass l'anil
ly journal.'- We have long seen and frit
i the propriety' and want of such an cntiT-
jll-i:, nunirilllll ll iUOUM." IUr JIWIJHU
. IVoin the donimnt stupor into which they
were thrown by the late iratiiciiiul
struggle, and awaken them into a more, j
energetic artisn in the different pursuits '
of life, calculated to promote the interests !
(f. our once happy and prnpuroui eoun- j
in . i ne reiurn oi peace lounu us iiin-
paratively a destitute people. The ravaj
ges of vntr htrve paralyzed almost every
branch of industry left us without capi-
ta with, which, to. develop our vast re
xijn pi ostrf.tt d tho c''Hes of the
l.i I .t 1 1 f msc.s. . tii the
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i.viy i eil ti'L ."oUt;"',', '
i in I ; cr. . ,.. ,1111 IT'l
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a... I ,1 . L-.,... I1,,,, ,1',. f 1
tlllll. ,11 l.Hl V "1,
most, lav t. red , eoui.M"!
world, Id the way of oiiumi pu hum ia- j
yUltleifoi ulanufacturiii.,. 'e only want I
the i capital aud cnterprUe,.to imake it the
equal of any .of t-lio iNev England States.
This con be had ouly by the aid of North
ern and Eastern capitalists. , We there
fore propose to advocate the .interests of
! ner country. in ine-iiiuutuiai uursuits ov
b.mldlqg abroad its beaytiesanil jieculinr
advantagos. (n order ,to.. induce .Northern
uiigratfpn anuorthcru capital and en-i
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flay of December. 1SC7, for the (irac I Z
and Maso.jry of the second MvU,
kw teen mi e of this Koadvi-xtendi ,r roi
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work done will be paid on monthly esti
mates, and twenty, per cent, reserved un
til the contract Js completed. , , The char
acter of the Comnahfe's means will bo
made known to the parties wfshinir to
bid, oil application, ,to the President of
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cen at tiio Coinpanys Olllce at anv time.
batisfaeWry evidence of the ability of
the icoutractor to complete his contract
will be required.,, : ! .
Knoxville, Tenn, Oct. l(i7. i
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TRADE offhreeinfls.for'a' few yanlJ
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