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0KKKBT!Lt, Tr)5, JtLYl9.
2 e to Cttaiton to Xatelli-
i ?t 3uccr.
Tbe Bslucribers of the Greene
Villelntolligencer this wek receire
TnK Union in its stead. iVe
Lave run the Intelligencer for eix
months, that time expiring July
1st. In tho six months the receipts
lare hardly exceeded one hundred
dollars cah, while the expends
tores htire been haadreds. It's a
plain case ol too email a whistle
for eo many pennies, and, perforce
Kb pull down our journalistic vest
and turn pur attention to some
thing where the dollars, we hope,
re more, numerous than promises,
or in which at loast, the propor
tion of dollars and promises will
be in a souewhat f(rer proportion.
"W- r"jiiyt the sttp, but the inevo
blf ',nt tolerate any fooling;
rn.l we therefore fellow thodictates
cf t'.atne wisdom and ber deputy
necessity, and fool no longer. By
ty, dear reader, and if no more
in this life may we ultimately meet
on a shore where the delinquent
subscriber cometh not and where
the weary printer is at rest. '
In conclusion, we have to say,
that if you reader, are indebted to
the Intelligencer, tbe amount is
just one dollar due us, and we hone
no one will force us to the painful
necessity of pushing him. Make
your payments either to II. V
Sevier or J. C. Park, the collector
of the Intelligencer, or address,
"The Irtelligencer. Oreeneville,
Tcnn.," with the amount enclosed
and it will reach us. We must
have immediate settlement of all
claims. The office is in debt and
must be paid out.
Tnii Union will fill out all sub
ecriptions and contracts for adver
tising. Everything occuring after
July 1st is dua to it, all prior to
that date to the undersigned, and
payable only as above.
to our patrons,
By the consolidation of the Un
ion & American and Intelligencer,
The Union is founded. Tub Un
ion is the result of seven Demo
cratic newspaper?, which have
I.a. ..i.UIakiiij It. fironn ovilip
M-Kor OA I8fifi.thdati5
of the first issue of the National
Union. It has been our misfor-!
tune to have been connected with
some one of the papers during that
eventful period. . We must eay
that we nave neon successiui, noi
to the full measure of our hopes, i
but then quite successful. Wlien
wo commenced we had no capitol
to operate opon of our own. We
have had' more to contend against
than it eeemed to us we could pos
sibly overcome. While others
have lost - hundred, even thous
ands of dollars, in running a news
paper in Greeneville, we have
moved on the even tenor of our
ways, and made some money. Not
as much as we would like, but we
owe very little and have hundieds
of dollars due us, whioh should be
paid immediately. There is en
ough due ue, which if paid shortly,
Trill enable us to enlarge The Un
Ion to ao eight page, forty col
umn paper, with new press and
We are very thankful lo the
AVa hundred old subscribers of
The Union, who have sustained
us through evil report as well as
good report. We hope to be the
better able to give you a goo and
reliable paper in the future. Ys
hope nil tbe subscribers of the In
telligencer, will see the necessity
of sustaining their home paper and
will give us even a more generous
support than they ever gave that
The newspaper is our trade, our
life business. Others may be sue
ooesful at what they know nothing
about, but that is not the general
experience. 1 Such has not been
tbe case with those who have had
more money than wisdom in re
gard to the newspaper business in
Greeneville. We have made
what we have invested in our pa
per, while others have lost thou
sands of dollars. We have done
the most of our own work, and
lived on a "sixpence a week."
Sometime "nary" uixponce. Let
that go for what it is worth and
look to the future, come to our
support with your dollars and
dimes, your bacon and beans,
vour meal and flour, your wheat
and corn, in fact anything that
will bread and clothe u man and
family, "and we will all bo happy
in that great day, whea lite s
trials on earth are done, and all
are prepared for a never ending
"TUX UNFLEDGED TUKOLO
QIANP lathe walks of nature how
many striking illustrations we
e of every day life, and com
parisons however odious are use
ful and more fully explain our
meaning than words alone can
express- The full grown gos
ling jifct a3 it assumes the car
nage and walk of the full pledged
goose very aptly illustrates the
zealous theologian who writes
and talks very wisely (so far as
-his own ideas of wisdom extends)
about tl'Ht which hi knows very
little about. Ho assumes like
(be gosling to be a full fledge
ling, but others see him in his
true and unfledged state. The
articles that have been appear
ing frequently of late on the
subject of Spiritualism gives the
impression that a tadpole gives
which is that he is only a pseudo
of what he is yet to be. One
would suppose by,, reading the
written articles on the subject
of Sniiitualism that tha author
had just emerged from the woods
and on reaching the settlements
ho had just heard of something
awful that had justbrokon loose.
We voleuteer this much advice
l.ll.. I... t. 1 U I. m
and search the scriptures, anil
you will find, aud when found,
rnaKe a note, bpinlualism is as
old as Moses and h i its legiti
mate offspring down to John. If
vou wish to be enlightened and
can't find the places in the Diblo,
perhaps ona of the childer of
that high and majestic being of
which you seem to be so much
better informed about will aid
you by giving you the referen
ces. You co doubt in turn will
reciprocate by telling what you
know of his Satanic Majesty, for
if Spiritualism is of him and you
are to establish that fact, you
must be able to tell us all about
him. See the article below and
explain from whence and from
whom Mr. Owen received his
message, and lei us know.
It was the writer's good for
tune, while on a viit to a promi
nent Spiritualist !n Brooklyn, N.
Y., three wee'a ago, to meet for
the first time Robert Dale Owen,
and to dwell under the sarMii
roof with him for several days.
Unce or twice a dav circles
would be held. Mr. Owen took
im, anxious to send him greet
ing. bo marked were the de
monstrationa that ot'ier mem
bers of tha circle could not help
becoming sensible that the gath
ering was one that awarded his
comma: into the other nlc
Anion? others who came was
one who announced himself as
'Commodore S," who knew Mr.
Owen in Naples, and had many
a ood : timo with him. Mr.
Owen asked for the full name,
and it was givon ''Commodore
Stnnshum." "That is very
eood," 6aid Mr. Owvn. ''and I
know to what he refers. Has
he anvthinff to sav to mT'' The
reply came. "Yes, you can't row
your boat much longer; it is
time for you to go into the cab
in." Mr. Uwen eeem?d disposed
to take the communication liter
ally, and alluded to a boat at his
home on Lake George; but the
control interrunted. savincr:
"No, that is not what is meant;
you nave sailed a gooa Biup;
you have kept a straight cotirae:
the vovace is nearly endod, ana
you will soon como to an anchor.
Then I shall meet you on the
shore in company with your
other friends and relatives who
wait your coming. Do you un
derstandT' . Mr. Owen rerJied that ho did,
and for a time a feeling of sad
ness fell on the little company,
for they knew that Mr Owen
was soon to dxcjj;g wm ur-
ruptible for the incorruptible,
and the mortal woua put v" w
At a later seance, when Mr.
Owen wa tt.king an afternoon
re8t on one of the warm summer
days of early Juue, the intell
gence was communicated that
his misHior. wa nearly ended,
and hpfnre the autumn leaves
fell he wculd be among those in
the spirit whom he longed to
meet. This was Mr uwens laei
sance, and a pleasant one it
was.M Boston Hcraid.
GEM3 OF THOUGHT.
Expediency is the tcience of
An excuse is worse and more
terrible then a lie, for an excuse
is a he guarded. Pope.
Theories are very thin and un
substantial; experience only is
tangible. Ilosea Ballou.
We are often prophets to others
because we are are our own his
torians. Madame Swetchine. .
i lie way to wear a linen duster
is to wear it all over.
WASHING TOX LETTER.
Washington, D. C,
July 15, 18T7.
Hon. Wayne McVeigh is a
model letter writer, or else he has
a model writer in bis employment
The pen that show?s Ben. Butler
is skilfully used indeed ' and des
erves the praiso ol all without dis
tinction of race, sex, or color.
Butler cannot be driven from poll
tics nor be kept silent but the fit
and bitter language of McVeigh
will ring in his ears forever, and
will be a consolation to all who
hereafter suffer from Butler slan
ders. Let us now see if ' Butler
cannot do some cervice to his
country by using his well known
ability in exposing McVeigh and
the corrupt ling which disgraces
while it controls the Republican
party of Pennsylvania. He knows
a good dal of its members and he
certainly has provocation, if "ever
any man had, to do all the injury
possible. One of the difficulties
of a who takes high office the
Presidency for in.-tance is, that
countless bummers and swindlers
force themselves on him and "bull
doze" him into giving them office.
A man like Hayes, knowing little
of national politics and politicians
and having a Cabinet composed of
visionary the orists or men whose
interest in public affairs died out
years ago, i3 especial liable to tnis
kind of opposition. This Admin
istration has mide several amu
ing blunders of the kind, but
has corrected them or will do so.
Your readers remember the storyof
the quiet gcntlemauwho attended a
large public meeting in the West
and whie the speaking was going
on was ceaselessly importuned by a
man to call for Smith to get
Smith to speak. Out of good na
ture the mm called for Smith and
the aud'eiice took up the call and
when Smith appeared upon the
platform our friend that just called
for Smith saw that Smith saw the
importunate gentlemen who first
instigated the ca'l. "That," said
our friend "that's the d d little
46keezicks' that told me to call for
Smith." But the policy of delay
in filling the offices has saved Mr.
Hayes t'roui many Berious mistakes
and it may justly be said that he
has appointed fewer of tho posi
tively objectionable class that was
expected by those appreciating the
difficulties of his position.
Tho season of excurniona down
the Potomac is fully opened.
There are excursions of classes.
The churches, tbe beneficial
societies, the bank clerks, grocery
clorks every set of men but news
paper man organize excursion
parties. The Potomac passes our
doors and along its banks are some
memorable places in history -and
here and thero well kept pleasure
resorts. At sornctimo during the
next summer everybady here
takes a trip down the river.
Although Secretary Evarts
warmly supports General Ord's
method of dealing with the Rio
Grande marauders, and proposes
to hold Spain to a slirct fulfillment
of her international obligations
towards us, thiro is no great ap-
prehet s'on of war with either; nor
does it appear likely from his ac
tion in the case of the reported
filibustering expedition fitting out
at New Orlenns for Cuba that he
will look upon such demonstrations
Interest in political matters are
chiefly centoted on Ohio at pre
sent. Thompson, late Sargoant
at-arms of the House, claims that
the Democrats are certain of the
victory in October, which is vig
orously denied by Ohio republi
cans at prosont in this city.
Miller&Brothcrs vs.II.T.Chapman etals.
IN this cause it appearing from the
allegations In corupiainauta bill, that
A. B. Spinning,' one of the defendants
is a non resident of the State of Ten
nesseo. : It is ordered by Clork & Mas
ter, tha publication bo made in Tna
Union a newspaper published in the
town of Greeneville, for four successive
weeks, notifying said non-resident to
appear at our next Chancery Court, to
be held at the court House in Greene.,
villa Tennesssc, on the 2nd Monday in
November next ana plend answer or
demur to said bill, or the same will be
taken as confessed and set for hearing
as to hiro ex-parte. July 14th 1877.
41 4 w pf $5. A. W. Walket, c. M.
To all Person?, who nre Guardians
of Minors, or Persons infirm &e., who
have not made their annual settetnonts,
with the Clerk, of the Couny Court of
Greciie County, and who how not re
ceived their Guardian Bond, within the
last two years, arc hereby notified to
do so, as soon as possible as the law
requires it of every guardian. This 10
July 1877, V. S. Malorev, c. o. c.
NON RESIDENT NOTICE.
Harlh J.'Bnllen next friend Ac, Te
; HaDDah M. Brown, et. als.
Tf N this cansa it appearing from the
tallrgauona In complainauts nil! inal
Thomaa B. Matone and wife Nancy J.
Malone, Jotbm-D. Luster, Wtu. 0.
C. Luster. Bmj. D. Luster and Amelia
Luster are non residents of the State of
Tennesse. It is therefore ordered by
the Clerk and Maiter that publicbt'on
He made for four successive in The
Union, a newspaper published In tbe
town of Greeneville notifying said non
residents to noDear before the Chan
cery Court at Greeneville on tbe 2nd
Monday In November, 1877, to make
defence to said bill or tbe same will be
takea for confessed as to tbem and the
cause art for hearing ex parte.
A. W. Walker, cam.
This 26th Jane, 1877. 40 4 w. pf $5.
Thcmas Morelock vs. , Harmon Kinney.
IN this cases It appears from the al
1n"Atinns in comDlainania bill that
Harmon Kinney is a non-resident of
tbe State of Tennessee. It is ordered
by the Clerk & Master that publication
be made tor four successive weeks in
TnE Union, a newspaper published
weekly n town of Greeneville, noitfy
ing Harmon Kinney to appear before
IbeChftncery court at tirecneviuo on
the 2d Mondav of .November 1877 to
make defence to said Bill, or tbe same
will be taken for confessed as to him
and set for hearing ex-parte.
A. W. Walker, c. M.
This June 26, 1877.-40. 4 w. pf $5.
NL Sevier, Guard. &c, vs. David
.. . Sevier, Ext., ana omers.
IN this cause it appearing irom uie
allocations in complaiuants bill that
Robert Sevier, Bstsy Cunningham, 1 h.
. T.ftndfirfl and lua wire
Nannie Landers, and Edward Sevier are
non-residents of the State oi jenDeEsee.
t ia tiiornfnm ordered bv the Clerk and
Master that publication be made for
four successive weeks in The Union,
a nowppape published in tho town of
in .nn.nr lef.irt the Chaocerv Couit at
Greeneville on the 2d Monday in No
vember 1877, an.1 maKe .it-renceio
Mil nr n.o mp will be taken for con
fessed, and set forbearing na to them
ex-parte. 'A; W. Walker, c. & u.
This June &V, Vii i.v w F
Y virtue of a decree pronounced
',t n,Mftvfrrm 1877 c.f the Clian-
cerv Coatt in the suitE. Whilltoit vs.
. . ... l T nr.ll cnll fn
llugli uii'KSon, ei ins. i -v.. .
the highest bidder at the Court House
,i, Tn Orrnnpville. on Monday, the
Oth diy of August, 1877, the lot nt-
lachrd in said rause Biiuaien neiwu-i
niintTP inland town of Greene-
Vll!c aud known n ths lnok yard lot
containing about 2 acres more or ics
ei,i w ,iii i.p hoI.1 on six months
credit in bar of tbe right of redemption.
The purchasorwill be rcquircu io c
ecute note and npproved security, A
.ofn.nnil Full iiossession given
IViu v",v " a
at once with ndvontageof rents tor a
ot of brick now macie on snici ioi.
k w Wnxmi. n. k iil.
This June 20, 1877.-40i ua30 4t pf ?3
Jatob Myers 'Admr., of Joseph Day
dee'd vs. Ingabo Day, et alB-Peti.
tion to Self to Pay debts. A. M.
EN this cose H appearing irorn uie
Petition tiled tliat, Wm Day Eliza
beth A. Fair, and her husband, James
Fair, Nancy A. Bales, Emily Wall, and
Marean Wall her husband are non-resi
dents of the State of Tennessee. It is
therefore ordere 1 that publication be
made for four Successive weeks in TnE
Union, a newspaper published in the
townot GreencvHlo Greene Couny Ten
nessee notifyiny said non-resident De
fondants to appear betore. Tne Won.
shippful County Court to be held for
the county of Greene at the Court
House in Greeneville, on the first Mon
day in September next, to plead, answer
or demur, to the petition of said Jacob
r .. . tha umit will be set for hear-
t as to ttiem ex pans. mhucd
Maloney clerk of said court at office
Oth of July Mi.
V. O, MALOWBH, u u.
Wa SKLii EVERYTHING ron thk
And offer NOW (from June 15 to
Dwarf Whito by mail for . . $1 per 100
Larce White Soild by mail
fa 1 per 100
Dwarf Red, by mail for... 1 perlOO
Any of tho above Celery Plants by
express for $5,000 per 1,000.
Cabbage Plants. . , ,
Premium Flat Dutch by .
mail for $1 per 100
Drumhead Savoy by mail.. 1 per 100
Red(for pickling)" " .. IP100
Any of the alove Cabbage Plants,
by expross, for $4.00 per 1,000 .
. CAunFLowKTt Plants, .
Early Erfurt by mail. . .11.85 per 100
Early Paris " ;? P r
t ih above Cauliflower
Plants by express, for $7.50 per 1,0001
tqarHepotal price, tor 'eP
Quonitle civf-non application
TCENIP SEED. :
Any of the following leafing sort?
sent by mail for 10c per oz-J5 perl
lb 75o per tb. . : m
Early White Dutch-White Strap
Lcaf-Ked Top Strap Leaf Golden
Hall Improvod Ameiicau Kuta
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1877. New York. 1877.
Th different editions The 8cn dur.
ing tbe next year will be tho same as
during she year that baa just passed.
Tbe daiiy edition will on wek days he
a)it nf four ruces. and on Sundays
a sheet of eight pages of the same di
mensions and character that are already
familiar to our friend.
Tn finw will contirise to be the
etrennous advooa.e of reform and re
rl nf tha substitution of
ilVUVUIUVHf " " "
statesmanship, wisbom, nd integritv
hollow pretence, lmoeciuiy, mnu
fraud in the administration of public
foira Tt will contend for tho covcrn-
ment ot tbe people by the peeple and
for tbe people, as opposeu io gwveru
moot by frauds in the ballot-box and in
the counting of votes; enforced by mil
itary vioence. It rill endeavor to sup
nl im renders a bodv ' sot now far
from a million o f souls with the mo
cartful, complete, and trustworthy ac
counts of current events, and will eni
rin inr Hiia nnruoso a uumerons and
carefu'Iy selected staff of reporters and
correspondents, its reports irorn asu
in2ton,eFpecially, will be full.accurate
and fearless: and it will doubtless coo.
' l t. a. 1
tinue to deserve ana enjoy mo iiairci
nf iIiorb who thrive bv plundering the
Treasury or by usurping what the law
docs not give tutm, wuue it win e
ripnvnr to merit the confluence of the
public by defending the rights of the
people acainst the encroachments of un
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The price or ti:e nauy dun win uo ui
cents a month or $0.50 a year, postpaid
. a . aha
or with the Seunday ccnuon i. u a jeai
The Sundav edition alone, eighi pages
$1.20 a year, post paid.
The Waekiy BUN, eigiu paes i uu
broad columns, will be furnished dur
ing 1877 at tbe rate of $1 a year, post
The benefit . of this large reduction
trrm fiA nrpvinua rate for tho Weekly
Sun can be enjoyed by individual sub.
scribcrs wthont the necessity ol making
.nrhitia At the same time, if anv of
our friends choose to aid in extending
our circulation, we sha'l be gratetui to
i,nm and ivptv fliieh nerson who Bonds
eleven or more subscribers from one
place will be entitled to one copy oi
ii... nonnr for himself without charge.
At one dollar a year, postago paid, the
expenses of paper and printing are
na rly repaid; and. consulting thesize
I thp. oualit of its con-
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