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l.noibillc oolccliln ecllhia ant) Chronicle: i&Ubncsban, 3unc il, 1873.
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Now who! will the N-w York i
ITrra'J .!o, that I:, !!.!r.l term Klicst.
i imm-ii aii'i-". i nun ii!i v:inniMi i
into the air'.' t.
T MMlll" new
A sla'ciiu c i is ifint; tin1 i 1 1 1 I -.
in the papers tli.V Judi.-e IVr'i-r u tu
reeeivi- ten thotNiml iIiIImim fur I i
speec'a in m. IJi-( elirr-Til'oii ea.-ie It
may he true, all 1 it may im1.
H.-ti. is in-epre .-:h'c.. We
;ipp.iiMl after lu'iui: el ol !u Cum-!
KtvtK lie wotil.l f.-hhle, l.-.,t he ha.- n't. 1
le ta'lts m a' m t'irrii! iti'e. If.-i-!
fa-t iteiiiiriii!r the rcpti'tith'ii o''n v-rit. !
': l)tn (JniX'iti- in Aii'Tii-;ti u !
W'e alv; e T.r Ii i. ;. ils i li,-n 1 1
sec nuytliitii: ci , n i in : 1 1 , i v ot'ti.n.!
Il r it-tow in a 1) "i lie mm' ;i:i per to ei I
it out ami preserve it. It in very I'k-lyj
that t he.se i-miiI" pipers will sty htinl-r
tilings ir him in tee next two vinr-'
than rh'.y htive li.-ioi ayin' of Pivi-i
The immvi s in t!i National Cem
etery n( Nii-hvillu Were tWorutvil with
appropriate cereiiU'ii!' s wi M.iiu'.iy.
Spe-i'l'.-ii were mti'I" hy Cel. Thurston,
late ,' t h,' Keiler.il army, at'il hy'Neil
S. Iliowa miii t'.v. I'MiKr. A l-uvo
!iuml r -f pre,ni:n nr ex f'oiifi-il-r.ate !
utile, is were pns'Mi'. hoi-ihi: 1 1 i i-n i j
(Jen. 'ran!; ( l.e.ithnm. j
The I, es. ..slat ui e el' C'aol'oi tiiti iias
ileei.l il thti: h i ili.-iiu.--ti mi shall he
lllll'l,' 1:1 til p.lV .'f lll.tle a. 1. 1 fittllaa;
tetieii i-. This is ri-itainlv . i-e ihhI
jils'. I.-t merit im. I not sex he lln
eriter 'n by wl i -h t he vahi" "f serviee
;s ! f l - riiiitie.l. If i wiiiumi perf nus
!e-i w .ri; u- a , Il a-. ;i mini, is her w.-ies
t i-t- ' f. iv .i he,- hi s- she is v,iri:m.
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teini," it-.-. T he Ai 'il'tnrhi.
so well pu.ste.l in this niattei, will il
tell it- by wh'it me n.-, bis paiiluti was
seetlle I. Who sij;,,-,l ( ropiest to
the IV si. lent to panloii loin '.' Will it
plea-e publ .sit Mantes ai nl let us -hh ' if
tht-y hi till " -on ml on ibi lhinl o-ririV"
T.beteby haii-s a tale.
- We wondered wlint the i)unn
it. ith; editors woiihl write ab'.ut afier
the puhlie.it i.jii of the Pre.-i b-ut's let
ter. i:i -.vhieh he cays lie dues Hot Seek
a third term, b it they emititiu- losiuir
tlntsiiniH obi t-iit'-. iTiey ilmi't Miee
Willi tbe President, ,uul sweur that lie
is a eaiiiiiilatu fora lliinl term, no mat
ter wha- lie nij about it. l.iki; ihe
man vvlio Hif; ihe Itors; was sixteen
feet hi,; il ,t h-y have said it untl now they
are L'oin to stiei; to it. (iraut should
have eoiisulteil litem before lie wrote
his 1 ry Whiteletter, tuid his failure
to do s i is an egregious blumler.
- Not lit Carolina eat: l.o.i-t of two
of the most eonteiiiptVi,! f.irsiln mill
dead beats of the iiinetei ut)i century.
One of them gained a little ilistine'.tori
during Ihe late war as a (federal ill the
(,'oilfeiler:i.e uiiny. JU; I n- not stopped
iie;liliii et, but ii is a:--a'.iitH ate now
like lhe.-e of the by, na eomniittetl
II poll tilt- L'tuvesof .hud Ujeit who dif
fered with him. Ti e other has never
been heard oi ouisiil- o' his own eonn-
ty, until l.e was seleet,.,! us one of the
orators a' I e- .Me. l.lenl.ui; Cenletiliial
(.'e!ebrtio.i, iipt u whieh ima-i n he
belittled liiiiiself by in aui on a disgust
ing Utile, ineati j.arti-tti sjieeeh. Itls
name is Kerr, and it Khoiild be spelled
C-l'-H. What lias tin old North Hlute
done that nhe should bear sn.-h an in-
AN KltAOF UUUh HKELINO.
The decoration ceremonies of. last
week, together with the Centennial
celebration of April and May, have
developed u fraternal feeling existing
between the soldiers of the two ar
mies engaged in the late war, that is
very gratifying. We rejoico that i't
is so. With one or two notable ex
ceptions, the sentiments uttered have
been patriotic, und Lu a spirit ealeula-
ted to dispel btrife of every kind and
restore to the country peace and pros
perity. Certainly this should be so.
No man wanti"t6' 'livd 'iii perpetual
btrife, or to be Tttt airily fighting his
neighbors oii t :hrtrwl iHuc.s.. ThU
is what wc have, all 1'elt for years.
The sentiment "Let us Lave lVacu"
uttered by President Grant ill his
first letter of acceptance, sent a tlvrill
of pleasure through a million hearts,
and the responsive chord, which
it Htrut-k, iiliiinlv set forth tho sonli
wpntbftjl0 A;n(,ri(.,n 1)(,)!llo. A,
I the time thfl feeling has lippn j;row-
in;j tiiiil miiuiuir streuUi. The plea-
i sure oJrtresC'l fit the ppirit of tho i
decoration coreinonies last week,
show how w people are Ionhi for
Itt , ,-nfor riviivr little
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Noiii.. uie iien. lini tori .iere iverr,
may try to smother it down, but it is
n use no'v.
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.!KI'TK!.- 'cAVIti ON
;t 'rcat- Hitih Priest.
wn ven i" at. lie maoc a sjieeen ,
where he sirew eloquent, j
and shod crocodile tears over the
Stars and .stripes. We ail rejoiced at
his repentance :: 'otiverMon. and
thought "liette" kite titan n:;ver."
He made another siieecli in Texas, in
which States Pi-lit s fi'ure upper
most in his mind. At Dallas he is
reported as full jws :
''Suhff'iiMC.iy l,e Miil, men ef t he N Tilt,
Smth, Kn-t mi l We-t, levcre Stales rilits.
Whro is the An; -i'-iM Aiil'I.'-S.xi'u wlei
1. e.- net in his lieai . rvjpcot Slti;- rights ?
It i- iIk' iViunda'ioii r'f tins rihep )tn.l (.iov
crnttien , ih,i rin; ,. wiiieli tiiey Ptioul,
nn.l if in rrrnr i bus !,i-cn .w.'pt uwny, s.i
urely a- w-- live wiii tiio Aui, ric tti peep'te
rel.irn t- it aiel ni::iiii us-ert thitir rilit.
Ttle I.nlll' l-t:ir VhS WHvill licfele It I lit .
Veil nM n:a, veteran- nf Texas, who
f.msht J'orSttit villus ami gave to the Cni
leil '.iifs t!ii- empire wre-ae"! f.-etn the
Mexii't'ins ua icr th:.s tl-ie, i-liuiil upon the
sin. re of li i.e ami v.tivn us i :' .lenl'n. It
di 1 net fn'.lew tlii'.t in V'eotnin;; . -lute yon
cea-e'l lo he, otiie friuMiieii aiel li..l 1 ynur
stni'i- p.- fr-. "ineii. Surety a man l..efi
!r.iit!).- il.vply nn.l ltr..!y wit ell It" titnl.
liiia-'.-lf hr.-tiiiiinj tii" l'r nirot Texa.-.''
This Vates IJi.iiht i,ne-tion is one
v.-hieii we hi. iked upon until latterly
as liavi'.e.; ' .vi-m settled hv the late
I. eve t n::t a inrire major
iiteriet.n pc-i-te s,i re
i'ti.e fiiMire :i ji of
its i s t ;-.-vive tiii-. oues
s '; .us i in. ike it a
-II.' ill polities, he has
cotttit ' a'l tit" mi- liiel'
not d .ne t'.is ci
yet he is ce.pai
he wants to ma
tiotl. lie rail 11. .
Aft.er 1 he ever.
o; .ioitm. JP,;t
a f,!it the. .juet.
tU'.UK'Ue.' too si i;iii.
of the tast fifteen
la aiiiec; any very
t, .-oi r,
r-at iiriiineiit to -:iiiviiice the peotile
of its heresv.
Tin: attempt to r.o (len. (, rant of
the "dory and renown to which he is
justly entitled as a military man is
futile, and will never succeed. Jton
Iy joes to show that the ir,i-n who are
opposing tie; President and endeav
oring to cast a shadow over his fair
fame, arc moved by a captious spirit,
of which fairness and candor form
no part. Yet some Democratic pa
pers are now attempting to do it.
The Cii)ir!-r-Jjrii"t, of a late date,
publishes a lon editorial controvert
ing the fact that there was any bril
liancy in the movement that resulted
in the. capture of Donaldson ami Henry
on the 'Cumberland and Tennessee
rivers, for which (iraut deserves anv
special credit. It appears to us that
to write Grant down as destitute of
brilliancy as a military commander, is
an insult to the ii.tellitieucc of Gen.
Lee, and other Confederate com
manders. The faet that he, even
with a force superior in numbers, as
we are willing to admit he had, was
able to move into the enemy's coun
try and net on the otl'ensive against
such a General as Lee, is evidence
sufficient that lie has few etpials and
no superiors as a military commander.
These i ilbrts t t rob him of the credit
due him as a military chieftain will
do him more ,ood than harm.
run canvass in ohio.
It is evident that tho Kcpilbli. uiis.
of Ohio mean business. They have
entered the campaign to win, and the
character of their nominee for Gov
ernor, General R. P. Hayes, shows
that they appreciate the situation.
The convention on Wednesday at
Columbus was the largest that has
met since the war, and was composed
of the best men in tlie State. Dele
gates in tho main came uniiistructed,
but it soon became manifest that ex-
Go Hayes was the coming man. He j
li -erved two terms ns Governor of;
Ohio, and made a record of which he
nor his party need fed ashamed. Ik
is a pure-minded patriot, free from
any taint of corruption. In hisnom
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inutlon the Hepublicans or Ohio have I
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maiiilcsted the lact that they attpre-
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vime I'liuno neuumejii, in ree-jirtl to
honesty in public fcervant. j
That Gov. Hayes will sweep the
State, defeating his opponent, Gov.
Alien, handsomely, is almost a settled
fuel. Whenever the. Iiqmblieim pur
ty puts Mich men on its tickets, vic
tory will invariably pewit upon its
i.iiij i i i i i , i - it. it
No da of pcrsotH will feel more
ii.-.:iin)oiuteil on reti'lin? th. Vre-i-
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oi'tu x leuei 10 iiatiji n uiir. iiient 10:1 ;
of which was ma le in our dispatches ;
pnhlUhcd yesterday, and the full text j
of whieh appeal in our issue of this j
morniiiL', than those who have leen I
eharitmj; the thir1 term issue, with a .
vl.tu- ,if tri.it.-nnlii.f Itw. T?. ,i .til J :,.n
I . ., ru 'it, .in
i,.irt- in tho llevf fleet i,-iii T'l mm ni-r, '
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t,vo classes of men who have a-sisted
jn klH.pinr. alive this foolish chanrc
until tlie opponents of tin; adiuinisti-a-
lion sought to make it !i political is-1
sue. One class did it from partisan
malice and the other throutrh sheer j
ignorance. Those who have known
the Pn sident best have never for
one moment believed that he would de
sire an election fora third term. Those
who have said that, he did desire a
third term, have made the statement
without any sort of foundation for P.
Some of them have made it unblnsh
in;j;ly, while others have maJe it and
are not. for obvious reasons, necount
ahlo for what they say.
Put it argues well for the upright
ness of Grant's administration, when
it is known that no worse charire. can
bo made against him, than that he
wants a "Third Term." If his ad
ministration of the laws has been so
perfect that his critics can say noth
ing worse of him. then he must be
very near perfect. Hut now that he
lias silenced their batteries in this re
gard, what will they have to talk
about? Tlie average Democratic pa
tter for the i.ext few months must
Tin; Ni:v Yoitt; Tri'ituc:, one of the
earliest of the newspapers to raise the
cry about a third term,"' treats the
President's letter to the Chairman of
tlie Kepcblieaii State Convention as
linal and satisfactory. It savs :
AKt' a.:'! .ii:wit!,t lWphie ia it
pin ..'.. ilc letter v-.U pre'., ihly ho
r.ira.-.'.-l a- l'.aa'.iy v.-n luir-i w ;e tr (.;,mi,
li t itit :. nine from tie itst ef er.mlidtites
.,.. i l..t. i,. u., ..m i.l...i
Itikej.iii.s teinibc-at... lli-.t iLere )it!,the
e f. iiiiittii..'..-s i.teler wiiieli lio wijiii.l accept
n niifi.ihHtii.it, if ttielert'-J, l-ut tiicse, lie
t!iit:k-. to! not likely to tirtivi'. 1! fiys,
' I aia t et, nor have- I ever I.eiMt, ti eir.ili
ilu'e fer r Mi.. initial iun.
The Tim' s says :
It i- a manly, strailitf irwuvd letter,
fucli t.s '.ho l'roilemof tins Ih-puhhc need
nut I'e a-liaiuei.i to nJ.ln'-s to '.lie Aineriuiu
peei'le. IP: reniinji tliein uf tito dignity
of his . fuel', which Hintc uf them tiro apt
to forget. It outfit to bo accept. -d ns a
ili-tinei ilciiiul and repudiation of all that
network uf intrigue and scheming lor n
"third tot in,'' which has been attributed to
Ihu President mid Ms immediate friends.
The Chicago Tri'jitm: saj s :
Tlie loiter is characteristic of t!iu Presi
dent laconic, plain, and to the point, lie
Inn ai 1 what lie mentis, and t,aid il in
term so concise that tlto wayfaring politic
ian, though a I'eol, miy compreliend.
HUM K INia'STItn-iS.
It must appear clearly to every
man who lias given the matte- a mo
ment's thought, that Knoxville's fu
ture pro -perity depends almost entire
ly upon her manufacturing interests.
Destroy these and tlie grass will grow
upon our principal streets. They arc
the basis upon which anything like
permanent progress must be founded.
Put if these institutions are to be sus
tained, we must show that wo appre
ciate, them. Instead of turning our
hacks upon them, and when we wish
to pi.il,a-e such articles as they
manufacture, sending n,way lrom
home for them, let us encourage home
institutions. If you have a boot and
shoe manufactory, buy your boots and
shoes there if you can get them at
anything like a reasonable price. At
least give your neighbors a chance to
supply you. If yon want a buggy or
awagou, go lo your home manufac
tory and buy them, thus keeping your
money at home and encouraging home
(people. So of till other articles.
Make it a point never to send your
money olf when you may use it as
well at home. There has always been
too much of litis in the South. We
have paid too litthy attention to our
permanent prosperity. We have had
too little sympathy for self interest
of this character. Knoxville ami Past
Tennessee sends away thousands of
dollars every year to pay for iron, a".
"'-"' s i-R-iv i-ai iij pay jur iron, a"
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ncnllural implements, i.c.. wine h w
"mould retain at home.
Tin: people of the South have
always been strangely blind to their
own interests In failing to patronize
"nic industries. Jhcv seem tt? Laye
an idea that thej- can purchase maim
faeture'l artietes cheaper at the Xcrtli
ami Ivist than tiiey can at home, and
they never stop to in-piire of their
home manufacturers hovr tins i.
This is till wro'.ij;. If yoit want to
j' ttrchn -e a wa-jrot), a huyty. a set of
furniture, a plow, a set of litirness, u
a iirooin. or anvthinir
tl-e that ! n:a.;
in your town or
cimty. test to your home folks
and Lrive them a chance. Don't rush
o:l'to lialtimore, Philadelphia, Huston,
or somewhere else and spend your
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in jiii. i uivii s;i iio .S'.illie
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,ian n v i i vii.tii ( u,i i null null'
done at home, when
tit home, when vou know noth
ing about it. It is a suicidal policy.
It will make you poorer and will final-
ly drive your enterprising neicjhhor,
wants to invest his capital in
manul'aeturin::. to some community.
where tho people appreciate him and
havo some knowledge of their own in
terests. If yon will continue such a
policy you oulit to bo adjuged in
sane and a guardian should be ap
pointed to lake charge of your finan
Tin: interest in State politics in
Ohio has never been greater than at
present. To-lay the P.epublican
State Convention meets at Columbus,
for the purpose of nominating a State
ticket. The question has been pretty
thoroughly discussed in the papers,
and we predict that a first-class ticket
will lie put in the field. Tho names
most prominently mentioned now are
Julge Taft, ex-Senator Wade, cx
Gov. Hayes and ex-Gov. Noye.'..
They arc all goad nie... anl cither of
them w ill make a strong race. The
opposition will nominate Guv. Win.
Allen, the octagcuarian of forty-lung
power, lor rc-electi'T.. The contest
wiil soon ('pen ia carnc-f. and will
create a profound interest, not only
in the liuckcye State, but ail ovrrthe
country. The relations between the
two great political parties at this
live, 'jives more than ordinary inter
est t I he canvass ii: (.thin, a-- well at
That frisky organ of Tennes
see Democracy, the I'nion oc' .;;'-;-
Ii .i.), IMlh'ishps Tt- .sbloof d'lot'e lot.
ter on the third, term, and with a
mysterious shake of its wise head,
intimates that the letter does not
mean just what it seems to. It says,
" it is idle for him to say that he nev
er sought a third term." Just so.
The truthful I'. oh1 A. knows all
about it more than the President
does himself. And then the I', owl
A, in addition to its vast knowledge,
is very virtuous; cuii'f tell a lie.
Naughty Grant! Thrice illustrious,
most excellent and -good I'.an'l A!
THE THIRD TERM QUESTION.
I.eiii-r fr'roiu 1'ri-Niil. nl ;riiiit.
KXEI l'TI VK MaXSIO.N. 1
Washington. .May i!a, is;,-,.
Ii:.it Sin A short time sub-ciptent to
the Presidential election of s72, the
pre-s. a portion of it Iio-tile to the Ke
pubiiean party, and partieiilarlv so to the
Administration, started the cry of Ca-ar-i-m
and the third term, calling lu-tily for
me to ilcl'ine my position .on' the hater
subject. 1 believed it to be beneath the
dignity of the otllee which 1 have been
twice called upon to till p, nn-wcr such a
question before Ihe subject should he pre
sented by competent authority to make n
liniiiinatioii. or by u body of mu-Ii dignity
and authority as not to make a reply a
fair subject of ridicule, in fact. I have
been surprised that . many sensible ir
sotis lu tlie llepuhlicaii party should per
mit their enmity tu force, upon them and
their party an issue w hich can not add
strength to the party, no mutter how
met. lint a body of the dignity and party
authority of a ciiiiveiilion to liiake nomi
n:ioiis for the State ollieers of the second
State in the t.'.iion having cou-idcreil this
(pic-tinn, I deem it not improper that 1
should now speak.
Ill the first place, I never sought the
ollice for a second nor even foj a lir-t
nomination. To the lirst, I was called
from a life position, cue, eroaiud by ( on-grc-s
expres-ly fr me, for n'ip)osi.,l
services rendered to the j.Vpublic. The
position vacated, I liked. It would have
been mo-t agreeable to me to have re
tained it until fucli time as Congress
might have consented to my retirement,
with the rank and u portion of the emol
uments which I so much needed, to a
home w here the balance of my davs might
ho spent hi peace anil the eiijovi'iient of
domestic quirt, retired from 'the cares
which have oppressed uiu ko constantly
now for fourteen yeaiv-. lint I was madu
to believe that the public good called nic
to make the sacriticc.
Wit hunt asking the ofliee for the second
time, the nomination was tended to me
by a unanimous vote of the delegates of
all the States and Territories, (.elected bv
the Kc publican of each to l present their
w hole number r the purpose of making
their nomination. I cm not ay that J
was not plea-ed at this, and at. ihe over
whelming indorsement which their action
received at the election following, but It
must he remembered that all the sjicrilie.es
except that of comfort hail been made In
accepting the llrst term. Then, too, .-in h
a lire of personal uhusu and slander had
been kept up . or four years, uotwilli
standing the conscientious performance
of my duties to the be-t of my under
standing though I admit, hi the light of
Htibfcqiieiit events, many limci. subject to
fair criticism that an indorsement, from
the people, w ho alone (.'overn republics,
was a gratification that It Is only human
to appreciate me I enjoy.
Nvw, fvr the third term, I do not want
It any more than I did the llrst, I would
not write nr utter wirrt tn chnn? the
will of the people in e.prc iwg and
having their i.-heiee, Tho tpiestiou of the
number i f b nii- allowed to any one
Kxreutive can only come up fa'rly in tho
-hape of il proposition to amend the on
sliluiion a shape In which all political
ar'ie- can participati IKIng the leiieth
of time or tlie number of terms for which
any one person sliall In- cliejble for th"
ollieeoi i'iv-i lent . t'm il soi l! an amend
ment i-adopted, the people f;in not be
rc-trieied in their choice by resolution,
further than they are now 'restricted as
to icro. nationality,
It may happen.' hi the future history of
the t nuiilry. that to eham;e an executive
heeau-e he has been eight years hi ollice
will prove unfortunate, if not di-a.-trotis.
The idea that any infill cullld elect him--clf
President, or even renominate him
self, is preposterous. It js a rcileetioti
upon tnc iutc!livne and patriotism of
the people to suppo-e such a thing pos-i-ble.
Any man can de-troy his chances
for the otllee, hut i,o man can force an
fic tion or even a nomination.
To recapitulate: I am not. nor have I
ever been, a candidate for a renoinhia-
i. i uoiiim noi aceejii a noun nai ion,
if it were tendered, unless it -houhl come
under -tich cireunistauee.s as to make it
fin imperative duly, cirenm-tanccs not
likely to iiii-c.
I cnngralnlate the convention over
which you presiii., for the hatiuony
which prevailed, and for the excellent
ticket put in the li.il. ami w hich I hope
may he triumphantly elected. With
great respect, your obedient servant.
U. S. (iltAXT.
To Wen. Harry W hile, President of the
Kepubiiean State Convention.
I-locc, rlints il Ihi. lii iiprnl AsmmuIi!
ui ( it-vi'limil, onto.
t'l.liVKLAMi, Ohio, May Z), 1875.
Tt tlie EJiturs if iht Chronicle :
A collision with Ponitinlsin is evi
tlelitly before the P'rottstaut Chuieh,
of Aiiici ica, and wiicii it eonu.s the
Cailn bej will ilotih'less meet u united
determination for which they are not
at all prepared. Yesterday in tui-w er
to an overture from Khler J. S. Noble,
of the Presbytery of New lirunswick,
the General Assembly rf plied: "That
all i.ltempts '.odiveit. any portion of
tin- various school funds in any of the
Stab s of our L it ' it, id or for the use
of any Church or sect, should he rc
sti ictetl ami p;cviM:tcd by nil legal am
lmiiurabic mean-." This is an txpres
sion oi' tin.- Weneral A-snibly, as n
body, nml us il, er.. Is consitleral le in
terest taken on the subject, it being a
ipiestion of public welfare, we htive
eouvei.-i it personally wuh iiieniheis
from diti'crn.t s-tates. in order to b arn
tlie !,.e:iug I hit. tight, ut the country,
and miet il!i one reidy from all, and
that is tht.t Ihe C itholic Church inu.-t
not inurt'cie with our public schools.
vvniie ; lie answer or uio Asseujtily is
no rAites-ion In uiiiiiistiiUtibh- hm
irtcigc of thiil large o nly of Christians,
theiei-au iimlei cm rent, stronger und
more powen'iil pissing along silently
and tiiiobs. rvctl, which, if interrupted
will inalie limn tremble as she thin Ks
Hot of 1IOA'.
Last night tin., rain poured down ill
torrents and ii was stiil raining this
morning, while along the shore of the
lake there was a wind thin' made
traveling on foot im easy and rapid
way of anii'iiij! provided" the road lay
in the same direction with t he eurreii is
of wind, and the waters of the lake
boiled and lashed ugainst the shore, so
tbe prospects were anything but Hal
tering for the prt)po,e.l excursion this
evening; but nhotit 11 o'clock the sky
cleared nway ami everything calmed
dow n as if making ready tomldull that
could possibly bo done to make the
evening of rest ami refreshment enjoy
able. At '2 o'clock the Assembly
started from tlie church in a body mid
we venture the assertion I bat it was
the longest procession of church rpori--
seututives that ever took their line of
march through the streels of Cleve
land. At the dock we found the
steamer Jt. N. Ilien waiting for us,
while a brass baud on top was
discoursing sweet musie. All
were at last en board when ropes
were hauled in and we moved ma
jestically out on the waters, which
seemed still lo be mad because there
had been n storui this morning. We
have often wondered what it was that
produced sea-sickness, and how it felt.
That matter is now settled. We didn't
get sick, understand, but then we
could liaveldone so, if w ehad happened
to have been in the humor for it ; but
for some, reason, ulthough we didn't
mean anything by it, when ubout to
lake a .seat we became very much in
earnest, and went through the opera
tion with u)ijUuHia. One moment the
ve.-sel would look upwards, aud pretty
soon one would imagine be was almost
in tile heavens when she would bow
in front, then pretended that she was
bulf a mind to dive awhile, so that the
motion produced a sensation similar to
thut of swinging in a awing about
forty times larger than any of the
grape vines in Kast Tennessee. Being
anxious to keep straight and not get
turned around, so (bat Cleveland
would fceeni on the wrong uhle when
the vessel returned,- we watched the
suu, so that it was easy to know when
wo turned ugaiu for the shore; but
some did not lake this precaution, ami
when we came back almost to tbe city
we beard an old gentleman ask :
"Where did we turn to come back?''
Our mind haf been endeavoring to
prepare an answer to that question,
bul Imve to give it up. Borne that pre
tended to know, said we had been
from ten to fifteen miles from the city.
tVe took their word for it, but confess
Individual ignorauee on the subject.
The Assembly will adjourn Jionday
or Tuesday, when we shall stutt for
Niagara, aud from thence It is likely
we shall changi" the beauties of the
sceneries of our Northern borders for
the charms of " Home, sweet home,"
In the mountains of Kast Tennessee.
The condition or wheat at this time
in this county Js not altogether i ns
couraging. In some localities the rej J
rust envelopes all the blades. The
rreeze Is now shown in the stalk fall
ing, breaking off near the ground.
Another blight appears in ulmout
every head in the siiupe of an inper
fect grain. On the whole a half crop
will not be made. Cleveland Jfcrald.
Silvn WIoss SliU'di,
For tli btiiuiilry.
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T. KIMGSFOED & SON.
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1,1 N KN. nit I t 'i il IiVbiip in wt b?twe'n it
ii'i'i r'nuinnn ft irdi (icitivclr lin'f a c-irt iuT
i (rli:i.irv wuhhinc. Ak jxutMip.otr f- r it,
OSWEGO LORN STARCH,
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Is th orifrin il l'Mublifbo-i in ISIS Arnl i re
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Mi'tK liKl.lc T ttirtttnijy ull o-urt rledl
tiie kiii-1 oli'.-rft 1. ithtTof tha raue
paino or witS utt.tr tillt-f.
Stkvfnon MfiAinM. Vli. I).. Ao , tlie hiklioft
clu inii iil nuihorily (' i'.'un'i-e, CHreTuliy tm Jj zcl
tlii t'orn Stnr''!i, nni rvy. lU a uin't oxecllent
nr:iflo nf (lie, hihI in chm'r:il nrni fcetiliriK pro
I'onifs h tul'y to llii lpr arrow root,
I ire-c: i'lns t'nr innkiiiK I'ti-iilmts, Custards. Ac,
HT imp my o i.-h one p'mn i i arkiidn.
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American Wash Blue.
For Laundry and Household Use.
VNrPAOTrHRI AT TV
Amoric.in V'hrnnmrino Work?, Newark,
Our)'a?h IIIuo is the bon in tlio world. Tt
lm-it imi trnk, cnn'iiino Tiotliinp injurious to
hiviith or In brio, nnct it used Hy the laro liun
ilrics on Hrcmiiit of it t)c5lnfr ctlcet nnj cbeun-uo.-n.
SupL-rifir I't whitown.-liintr. Tut up in
I ji ka(rH oonvonient for iHtinly uu. Price Id eta.
crh. I'urpaie hy Krnrern evtirynTu'rr. Alwuya
a'-k for the AMRRirjiN Wakk Uui, if you wimt
tlie clionpc utkI
A M KKICAX I'LTHAMARIXE WOHKS.
ti '"IuT i t.'ilicc. Wiliiuin t.. New V oi k
UVY ONLY THE GKNVIXiS
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ST AUD AUD SCALES.
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J-'.iiKiu.KS A: On.. Ii.i IJltiiuoie rit , LUkimnrft.
Kaibiiankm Si Co., M I nuii itrpi t Nnv Orleuus.
Fahousks i Cn M ni, St.. liiitl'ulii, X. V.
Kai iiaskh .S Co., 8.S liro:nlwi,y. Aili:n,y, N. V.
Kaihkanks a l o , im M. I'iiuI' St.. il nt real.
Kauounks & Co..:U KincWiliinni St ,Lniul,,n,E'g
I'.UHBASKS, linowN i Ot.,2 ,iilk ht . Ito-t m.
KAiHtiiNkS i Ku'Im;. Miis.mic Hull, l'hila'lclphiu
Kaiiiiiaxks. Miihsi: & (.'n,, 111 bm hi.. thu-aKo
Kaiioiaxks, Mmisk .v I'n., Mil Walnut St.. Cin.O
I'AIKIIANKH. JMllhSK I'D. 1- SU Hlr St. Clov'cl
I'aihiia.nks. Miirii & i o , 41 Wo"l M.fiti'burxh
Faikiianks. Miiiisk jt Cm . .'.th Main. Uu i-vi
Fauikavks l'ii.,ti.l' :M Wih't.m Av. MLouis
F.ikhwks A llr rcniN'is, S-in Frmiei..e. Cul.
y ..r n hv o iJina llnrUar D.iiltrj.
j .r. .le. UawI'i
Publication of Insolvency.
riU ituolveni'y nf the entuto of Ilnoch Monroe.
J. lU-ceiwril.tiatiitK beun nu.-e.-te.i hy .1 F llu.l
oli'Unn, administrator f raid estiilo. it ir there
lure orJemd that ( )ji.';ili..n be mado fur f ur
cnnseciuivc winks in tho KnoxTille Wbiir and
Chr .nii-le, n newtpiipcr published in Ihe City of
Knotvilie. uotil.MiiK all .. -multi having oltiinB
Rk-iui .i mi t fftut,. totilv tlieiu duly authenti.-ated
wuh Ihe Clerk I' tho oumy Cmit of I'nion
oounly, IMin , on or bi fare tho IMh iluy of Bep
letnbtr. lhT'i. f..r tiro rati inyuientu or thiy will
belorevcr barrtd. Thin May I.I. lx;,S.
JNO F ilUUDLEPTON.
v rll!!! A-liiiinititralor.
In Chancery at Dandridgc.
J L Muthcn-9, Adm'r, ia. Ti Richard Mills ct al
IT Al'I'KAHIX'U TOTIIF. CLKRK AXf) MAS
1 tor In in tho alligation of tho bill, vhieh is
Mv.iro t ). that Kii haid Mills, tiarah Cook and her
hubaii.l Cook, whoct Bivei nauie itmnkn'.wn
aro rcsidrnti of tie Stmo of Illinois, and that
Allice l.eiucr, John Miili, fcarah A finch and nor
hu.buii 1 Fineh, whole niven in.uie is un
known, R M Klin re. Mary J hltuoro and Nauey
h tlmoro aro residents of the t-i ,te of Ill'noia
it is iliereluie orderod by the Clorkand Master at
his .May Kuiiii, 176. that all of the above named
delemliinta appear bif .re the Chancery Court at
lluli'lridics on or bed. re the reeond Mon.luy of
Juiy net. then und thereto plead answer, d, inur
or otheriiise maKe delonsotolliii bill ol eouipluiut
in this cause or the sinie will be taken for con
fesnd as lo them ai d Ihe c.iuc set down forbear
tnu ex pan o; and that Ihe above order be pub-li-iiel
lor four fueee.?sive weeks in the Knoxville
Weekly WhT and Chronicle. Jlav vl, is:, A
copy of the order test : D if MiiF.k.C A M.
In Chancery at Dandridge.
Jool Johnn. Adm'r. Vs V C Jarnaniu ct al
TT Al'PEARINU TO THE CLFRK AND MAS
1 ter from the ailiBations of the bill, which ii
sworn to, thai the piaeo of resiuooce of tha de
fendant, w 0 Jarnairin, is unknown, so that the
ordinary .r.nwi ol law can tot b. sorted upon
hitnj it is therelore ordered by the Clerk and
Ma er, at his May Ruler, 176, that the aaid de
fendant, Vi C Jaruanin, appear betore the Chan
cery Court at Dandi idge. on or betore the second
Monday ot Julyneit. then and there to plead,
answer, deuiur or otherwise make defense to the
pill ol ooinplaiut in thiscau.-e, or the same wilt
be taken f r confessed and the cause lot down for
bearins; parte as to him; and that the ahoy
order be uublisied for four successive weeks in
foe Knoiville Vf eekly Whin and Lurunicle, May
U, ).-..-. A o.'py of the order te't :
. I) H MKKK. CAM.
In Chancery Court at May
nardville. LO. lilLLtj
Rs. hel liinwi.blio vs. A J Piiwiiflie, JhD I 1y
anl wile Harriot Liy. Charlotte Dinwiddle
John C linker, Uuaidian, and ilardin bkusnj!
Auiuiuistrator. J,c. .
I the i all, Kiiiions of ihg Uill, whieh is mum to.
.l.i . ,., "tnwiuaieis a nou resi
dent ot the Mete of lenursiee, so that the ordi
nary procasa ol law can uot be served upon lnui
,.,u.,.J,,u,UWtmnai piiuueatiun ue inaUa
for f.iursu. eeseii a weeks in the Knotrill M hit
an'l uhronile, a newspaper published in the city
ol Knuivills, notifying lu doteudant A J Diu
widdie to ai pear on or belore tne rule day next
preceding tho noxt regular term of the Chancery
Court lor l uion county, to be held at the Court
... ...... ui. n iui iuiru aiouuuy ot
Ui.olier, in.,), t.i ploaJ, at.-w.r. or Lhri..
make defense to complainaut's llill, or the same
will be taken as conitased and set down for hear,
me ei-p.rl. a. n, lnui. Mayil.ljTi.
tA copy of the Older.)
i. Vf. BR AXSON. C, & M.