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VOL. XIII. NO. JO.
By JOHN E. HELMS. MORRISTOWN, .TENN., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1879. THE IORRISTQWH GAZETTE OUR STATE DEBT. Subscription Price $12. The Law More than Complied with by the Bondholders. Nashville American 20th. Senator Chandler says He believes i me American na9 never aouDiea twelve Democratic Senators hold their tjje propriety of the action of Gov Beats frauduently. lr tuo iruin 01 iue ftjark9 jQ BubmiUiDg the proposed matter was in accordance vim UpuWontnf.ho St,t.Mt tn th Chandler's belief, whicli is noi api 10 uc . . ' . . . ., . tt-! I neon e for rat.ifivit.inn or refection t, qo rinn't t. he fresideni 01 lae ubi- r r ted States hold his seat by a fraud, the We had satisfactory reasons for be chief actor in which was the venerable lieving that" the law tad been fully achariah himself? Cincinnati (Republican) Commercial: Blaine does not propose to follow Conk- ling. He sees that if Grant goes back Into politics as the great and only Re- nuhliran leader, he comes to stay. The i Republican party will be at an end. Tuere will be only a Grant party. The foremost Rerjublican statesmen will dwindle into insignificance. Senator Conkling alone will remain important as the personal representative of his sov ereign. complied with by the acceptance o the bondholders. This was eviden from the report of the Enloe-Baxter Commission and the Citizen's Com mittee, besides we knew that other acceptances had been obtained by the Governor than those reported through the Commissioners. Yet this fact was not clear enough to prevent the carpings and insidious attacks of those who were unwilling to believe, because it was their de termination not to believe anything which argured favorably for the set tlement of the debt. These fortun Forty-nine failures were reported in New York city during the month of ADril in which the total liabilities amounted to $1,199,883, and the assets ately were few, yet by inuendo and are estimated at $633,121. Compared insinuation against the boni fides of with the preceding month, this shows a the acceptance, and the legality of large increase in me aggregate oi nauii- . a,ion. ,ilflV WPrfi on. . . i .1. -vr i. l, r-.. I J failures, with liabilities to the amount able(1 t0 more successfully oppose " 1 . . . . nfsnAAd n,i auPta nf 4211 Tn me settlement man oy any direct the month of April, 1878, there were issue upon the justice and liberality seventy three failures, and the total lia- of the settlement. Such opposition bilities were $9,800,000. a exiKt wHl nerhsma continue until Tn r,vi,nf thfl rendition of Atlan- tuc Huu M uujr Uivcd w ta, Ga., the past year, the Constitution of by the ratification of the settlement that city says: "The number of houses at the polls, yet it is gratifying to be built during the past year is larger than able to present such facts as must for any year since 1870 the most of 8atjgrv anv reasonable doubts that mem oeing resiaences. v note wuc ow . arra . anDnAaroA : tn. of tenement houses have been put up, . J and th tar. of the hammer has been UJ1UU wi UJ uuo nuu uc- ' - i . ... . . - heard in all parts of the city. These sires a settlement oi tnis question, houses have been promptly filled, usual- which has been fraught with bo much ly having been bespoken before they were finished. Theie has been a re markable influx of peoplfc during the past year, it being hardly possible that less than five thousand citizens have been added to our population." of disaster to Tennessee. We have examined the accept ances in the hands of the Governor upon which his action was based in ordering the election, and they are of the most satisfactory character. The written acceptances returned to the Governor by the Commissioners, the responses received in answer to the circular they sent out from New Henry Ward Beecher was greeted by an audience of 4,000 people at his lec ture m the Exposition Building at Mem phis last week He was presented to the meeting by Mr. Keating of the Ap peal and his lecture was frequently in- York, and the voluntary and unso- terrupted by applause. At its close JUr. iicited accentancesVnade directlv to t i . .3 ir. T? - - : : i- I 4 i i t o-n i. k i ?--u.,tA the Governor, aggregate an accept cheek for S2u0 to be bv him distributed 00 v " I . l!nl. 1. il fl -II! between Orphan Asylums of Memphis, ance OI a "llie ,e83 inan nve nrnnons Chattanooga and Atlanta. While in of dollars, probably more, as some Memphis Mr. Beecher was treated with of the parties do not state the sylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, Alabama, Connecticut, Tennessee and Mississippi. Acceptances are continually coming to the Governor, There is no room now to doubt that, as Mr. Manning says in his letter to the Governor, the settlement will be acceptable to a large majority of the bondholders In this connection il is proper to state that the amount represented by the figures contained in Gov. Por ter's message to the extra session in JACKALS OF SOCIETY. Henry Ward Beecher on the Ap petite for Evil Knowledge. New York Herald, 19th. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher return ed from his Western excursion on Saturday night. In Plymouth Church, yesterday morning, before the hour for the commencement of the services, the auditorium present ed a dense throng of expectant list oners. It was evident from the ap- ihey would leave them to the raven: and the jackals, themselves blacker than ravens and hungrier than jack als. So wheu worldly men die,' in stead of tears of compassion and srrow they exclaim, "Well, the old fellow's dead ard gone to hell!" One should make up his mind whet, lie entered the Christian life that he would have no part or parcel in thi love of iniquity. THE SANS CCLOTTES, Mr. Beecher next treated of the reflect that be who takes down from the responsibility and respectability )f a representative of the people strikes at the whole system of law and government? Worse than that, every blow aimed at the faith of a whole class of men is a blow aimed at virtue and integrity in general. There is a large and growing class j who recognize in everything the taint of selfishness, and who say that no one but an illusionist can believe that there is any real disinterested New .id W. L. BOO EES. vertisement w. c rEiutr. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, 1877 a wilHncr i.m apr-ont the aixtr pe13" of the gentler part of the morbid appetite for evil knowledge. I uess in the world. I am ashamed o r- l ... .i 1 I . . . I coDgregauuu iub tuo summer uuu-1 aml proceeded to characterize tnr I to see so many young men growing cents proposition was $5,741,000. The sixty ceDts proposition made to the pretent Legislature was made by a meeting in the city of New York, which suppressed the amount it represented because, as they ad mitted, "the paucity of the holdings represented would greatly injure the movement.' This proposition has the sanction of a much larger number and a much larger amount than ever agreed to either of the other propositions, and upon this information the Governor THANKFUL TO THEIR FRIENDS FOR THEIR LIBERAL PAT KON AGE in Ui nuL rctmectfuIlT ak t. couUuuauos of th Mm. Wi MkiD tll rovr U.oUu to our lilt of par Liquor : net had opened its petals and was in the fulness of its blooming glory On the platform was one more than the usual boquet a huge cluster of tuliDS. lilies and peonies. When newspapers as caterers to it. it was the habit of a great many news papers to set afloat news of all gra dations as to kind and Quality. So ciety obliged men to wear clothing up with this opinion. It is an evil which grows by that it feeds on, and it ought to be much more pondered on than it has been. SECTIONAL AND IaCK TEtUSQ. Iigh Wine Whisky ; Old Kif. Rye IVhtiky; Old May Queen IVhitky; Holland Gin; Am. French Brandy; App'e Brandy; Old Lincoln co. Whisky; Old Burtxtn irhisky; Finch' Golden W edding Old Robertson county Rye Whisky; W hlky. the pastor entered he seemed to I but the newspapers did not allow Mr. Beecher deprecated sectional California Pore Wine; men to wear a rag. Men were obliged I dislikes and those due to differences I Burk's Dublin Porter: have brought back with him some of the deep glow of the Western sun sets reflected upon his massive face. which the blood mantled as if im pelled by fresh vigor. Despite some evidence of the effects of the recent fatigue which he bad undergone hi.' to walk the streets, if they walked them at all, in a decent manner; newspapers paraded before society everything that it was desirable to keep in proper concealment. They were noble channels for the trans f race. This great nation was divi- uea nv an invisible line, mora v visible enough, on both sides of which 'he North and South had etood in bloody antagonism for five terrible years. In my own j i ':''nent, when Swan Gin; Clierry Brandy; Peach Brandy; SJierry Wine; Win. Younger' Ale; U. D. Corn irhiaky; N. E. Run; Imported French Brandy; Ginger Brandy; S inih Port Win; Cataic?i Wine. issued his proclamation. Let all e-'e g'stene as lbe re of I mission of learning and intelligence ; I consider human nai.. i-. vhen I con the friends of a settlement now set themselves earnestly about the work of securing its ratification by the people, and in a few yeare the dis asters the agitation has brought up on Tennessee will be retrieved by the prosperity and progress of our State and people. How a Battleground in the Wil derness Looks. new inspiration BAPTISM OF INFANTS. In the old auditorium, now the lecture room, of the church more thau a score of happy parents each couple accompanied by an infant in charge of a maid, were waiting to be summoned to the baptismal cere monv. The ooeninsr anthem, "An- gels roll the rock away," and the in vocation being given, the interest they carried a thousand inspirations to patriotism and advancement ; they were invaluable. Nevertheless thev had a common eewer at the bottom from which there rose me- aider that a proud people have seen themselves emptied out of power, their political existence almost an nihilated, their property swept out of their hands as bv a consuming w vuiuijt'uiM A, jf .uv v usikti IH(, .lilt W I" yiiMt . . . . m v i 'tr w Haudlrd Keg. Br UUmi, lksr Mnifn, Cork, ke. Haf LKoU-ra, Cut UUmb n4 t onr 1W4 I'w-anter. We do nt rytifjr Buy D J U direct from U di-tiikrm W ipurknta r-- U art ap aa ld. Pura Medicml WhiaUra a apacutt. Wa wul make It to tue Uitortsat v4 rtni4 V. aa lir Va trade with ns. Call and ae us. icocii:it.s jt FintiiY. tilloct 8 79 154 Oaf Ml-, KU1 WU.K, ENM. TO WHOEESALE AND RETAIL BUYERS. phitic gases into the households of I flame, the ascendancy of the despis- people, producing disease and death. I ed slave established over them by When a word was uttered like thi J what was to him a foreign arm, I the constant reply on the part of should not have wondered if there the journals was that such news was had been ten times the resistence marketable ; and, as to whether its that there has been to reconstructive I went over the Wilderness route, ing procession entered the rear door pQbiiCation was criminal, who was measures. Never in history has writes a correspondent of the Cincin- at the right of the platform, and nati Enquirer, in sight almost all crowded together in a semi-circle in the way of the leading roads on front of the reading de9k. Iwenty which Lee's army had moved out of the infants were in arms, their from behind the Rapidan to strike ages ranging from three weeks to Grant in the line of march for Rich- three months. Eight others were mond. At that time no railroad I old enough to walk. They were all. existed through the Wilderness. A of course, most damtly arrayed in narrow-guage railroad of very rough fine linen and lace and ribbons uality, about thirty-nine miles long, Equally, of course, there was one now reaches the whole distance from that yelled with lu9ty force and an to determine a mere matter of opin- j people borne so much with so much ion? They say we do not publish a I patience, gallantry and patriotism paper in order to preach. We sup-la spectacle of moral grandeur aod ply to the people what they want of substantial good intent and honor land will have, and if we do not do I in those who have been so terrifical it some one else will. Many editors say that they would rather not pub lish this objectionable matter. There is some reason in their explanation, but it is merely an excuse. It rolls over upon you the Burden or re ly scourged which is without parallel. I The spirit which would set the North against the South, the East against the West, the Germans against the old Puritans or the old Puritans against the Germans, the whites the utmost respect, and his coming was the occasion of excursion trains being put on all the roads leading into Mem phis, all crowded with people from West Tennessee, North Mississippi, North Alabama and Arkansas. We find the following in the Evansville Journal: The through freight line from Chicaga, via Danville and Evansville, to Nashville, has been recognized for sev eral years as by far the fastest route be- amount of bonds held. The Gover nor has received assurances entirely satisfactory to him that a majority of the bondholders will promptly fund under the law. Among the accept ors are such men as F. D. Tappan, President of the Gallatin National Bank of New York, and President of the New York Clearing-house Asso ciation, the latter being the source tween the Nerth and South. Freight 1 from which the original sixty cents has been repeatedly sent from Chicago to Nashville in from twelve to eighteen hours, quicker than by any other route. The Louisville and Nashville Company have appreciated this possibility in a ri val line, and their purchase of the E. H. and N. was a matter of necessity and of preserving unsuccessful competition. It is announced in Nashville at the offices of the L. & N., that as soon as that road obtains legal possession of the new pur. chase, the company will put the line in condition to make it a great deal quicker route. It will be some months proba bly before the arrangements and trans, fer is completed, and habit will require only two months to build the gap between Evansville and Henderson, if it is determined upon. The L. & N. officers have announced their intention to put freight through from Chicago to Nash ; villein twelve hours, and this would seem to make the filling of the gap a ne cessity. i -- "... A Hint to the Post-Offlce. Louisville Courier-Journal. There were some mad men in a certain Kentucky Post-office a few days ago. A postal-card was drop ped into the letter-box addressed to Rev. John Penobscot, , ." It was an ordinary card and the Post master was an ordinary Postmaster. He took it up, glanced at the address, turned it leisurely over and read : , ."May 2, 1879. You, to whom this card is not address ed, and who, nevertheless, have the cheek to read it, are a contemptible, un principled sneak and a prying, pusilani mous coward. George F. Duncan. The Postmaster laid the the card gently down and lounged to the oth er end of the house, softly whistling Nancy Lee," In due lime the clerk came upon the card, perused it and made the neighborhood hideous with the bowl of his pel dog, which he kicked in the ribs. How the card fared with the various route agents through whom it passed it is imposi ble to say, nor do we know whether it was read by the woman who is Postmisstress of the office where the Rev. John Penobscot is supposed to get his mail ; but the report is that on the day it reach there she smashed a bottle of ink on hsr hus band's head, spanked the children all round and chewed up 95 cents worth of wax. We cannot be too careful never to write on postal-cards anything in the least calculated to wound the sensitive delicacacy of the Post-offlce peoples' feelings. A dealer announces that be has brown and bleached domestic on band. proposition originated ; Charles M. Fry, President of the Bank of New York, one of the oldest and best banking houses in New York; Mr. Fry also presided over the last bond holders' convention in New York, by which the sixty cents proposition was renewed to the present Legis lature ; Gen. Roger. A. Pryor, who came to Tennessee as the represen tative or the sixty cents proposition ; John B. Manning, who represented $2,000,000 in the sixty cents propos ition as reported in Gov. Porter's message to the extra session of 1877 ; Inman, Swann & Co., whose letter to Gov. Porter appears in his second message at the same session of the Legislature, Ex Norton, f Ex Nor ton & Co., bankers ; J. L. McAuley, a large holder of bonds ; H. L. Hor ton & Co., prominent bankers and brokers: Hallgarten & Co., one of the most prominent firms among the bankers of New York ; P. C. Cal houn, President of the Fourth Na tional Bank of New York, one of the richest banking firms in the United States, W. H. Hays, President of the State of New York, another of the celebrated bankers of the city ; A Iselio & Co., bankers, who are very large holders of Tennessee bonds; L. D. Alexander & Co., well known bankers ; Amos Young. Pearl & Co., Stout & Thayer, Levy & Borg prominent bankers 'and brokers; Stephen Crowell, President Phoenix Insurance Company ; John S. Town send, a large holder of Tennessee bonds, of Poughkeepsie, New York ; J. Green, Jr., of Wappinger's Falls, New York; John Sherwood, of New York; Henry Randall, of Newburg, New York; C. Langdon, of Elmira, New York ; John Dougherty, New burg, New York; Thomas Johnson, New York; John Jones, Poughkeep sie, New York ; Frank Vincent, Tar ry town. New York ; S, W. Kirkpat rick, Culleoka,Tenn.; Jacob D. Green, Pennsylvania ; J. M. Haynes, Murfreeaboro'i Tens. ; James Alex ander, Gallatin, Tenn. ; John Pal mer, Lebanon, Tenn.; A. W. Brock away, Cashier Brownsville Savings Bank, Brownsville, Tenn.; J. C. M. Rankin, Belle Mina, Ala. ; Z. A. Storrs, Connecticut; Col. W. R. Reese, Nashville, Tenn,, and Judge Turley, Franklin, Tenn., Benjamin W, Bedford, Horn Lake, Miss. ; J. S. Barrett, Louisville, Ky. ; Clay Stacker, Clarksville, Tenn., and others representing New York, Penn Orange to Fredericksburg, passing other that twisted itself about and ch ftnd re3p0n8ibility. If you against the blacks or the blacks WUU1U S1JJUI- Oi UaOCeilOrS .UUe, aitivcu Tiiucmcniy its uaiumt ij ftf roaA ,, fu:Q tUow otint th m i toa u rnt nn ff ..nil!. within a short distance of the Wil- protector. A third cherub caused a M t t th , the DaDer8. cany criminal, but it is absolutely j m i . . i J -1 r a. i . : I " aerness xavern. ana crossing Mine goou ueai oi umuseimjut uy wggiug Th 9e thu carrloo in the subversive of the fundamental in- markets of the world, and you like ETER KERN, And Candy Manufacturer, WEST SIDE MARKET SQUARE, KUTOXVILLE, TEItflU., Hat the LARGEST AND MObT VARIED STOCK of 4 Fancy Groceries, Confectioneries, Nuts, Fruits, &c, &c., Ever offered to the Trade and People of E.'ist Tennessee. Country 3JCt3xcIxo-ix'ts Throughout thta aectlon will And U to their fntrt to rail a ad l.mlna hU atorfc, or far arto 1U Run, where Meade lost so much at the vose and mustache appertain time, on a high, frail trestle: the rail- ing to the author of its being, and road also crosses the lines of march desisted only when Mr. Beecher be of Grant after he left his camps nignly laid his dripping hand upon around Culpepper and crossed the its head and pronounced the solemn Rapidan to Raccoon and Germania formula, "In the name of the Fath fords. er, the Son and the Holy Spirit." It W. W. WOODRUFF. stincts of humanity. There is yet the power and the honor in this coun try to hold men together in charity and unity. When it was the need with such things. There is a lower I of the untempered North to be nerv class who are always seeking them, ed to resist the arrogance of planta- and then there is a middle class who 'ion domination I was not wanting. 1 F f f f FRESH 0YSTE&8 A SPECIALTY. Orders in Person or by Mul I2eiK-tfuy SuliriUxl, and im3 hat lVmjt AtUntwn. it and purchase it. There are some persons standing in very high posi tion, who would have nothing to do W. K. GII1I11NS. 1879. WOODRUFF CO. rmi TTT 1 . .a It V i A 4. . 4 I i ne w naerness at tne present too exacuy ieQ mmuies w penorm ordinarUv refrain from retLAin2 them. What we need now is love, charity. day has only changed as far as build- the ceremony over the whole num- but sometimes do so, just because union. I speak again. Though I ing small station-houses and inn ber, or a little more than twenty they want to know what is going on. hated slavery I did not hate the cipient towns aiong tne rauroaa goes, seconas ior eacu. TnhtAr Th. r.. - mn,Ki Ul.vho!d-r T him T .mi It is one of the noorest niecea of ' human COMB ATI VENE3S. j ' J.,. J, u: t, WE HAVE DECIDED TO ADD TO OUR REGULAR HARD . . . QU secret crTing m aespiie OI uiui. x JUV. Hi! Ul.nm.iu, DOW WW war Bunineaaa linn of AORIcrLTCRAI. IMPLEMENTS and a now lrri)ar4 I fornlafc country in v lrgima, ongiuauy aog The sernlon touched upon.many their hieher training. Who has only for what thev are. but for what ''mhin, in that uM FACTtntv pbickh. t,t llT i it. v ..ma. hi a u uuii luvu vj uw mm .'.il h. .uv - - - - I. .. I .... - inA aiiin tn um. We bad the hoanr to introduce tha OLIVES CHILI. ED FLOWS, and wa ara aura we be U jraU- tude of S,0(IO Farmera, who are now umug them la thta aectioa. fcverj article wa-rautd to gtre pnrfert aatuiacuun. Circular! eud Prtcea aeut on ari'tlt-ation. Corrrapondeuce aoUcitfd and all Information on Marhlnary cheerful! jr firm. Send for Circular and rrteee to W. W. WOODULi If k CO. fur Uia fuliuwtu trnflntatnis I WIIEELER afc MELICK'S Champion Tliresher and Cleaner, 18 Inch cyl $150 Champion Thresher and Cleaner, 22 Inch cyl. Hit best and lomest priced TliruShert and (Xeanr$ in any market. over io una suriace iron ore ; inese public questions and contained an been shot to-day? Who has been they are going to be. ore-pits have oeen changed by the emphatic passage especially direct- robbed ? What hideous seduction rains into gullies, which figured in ed to the proprietors and editors of has taken place? Who has been the great battles thereabout. All the trees in sight are either a sickly oak or a stunted pine. There are few creeks of any kind running from the Wilderness proper until you come to the sources of the Mattapo ny, where the country grows more fertile. The Wilderness people are gener ally a low order of white, a rather better order of negroes, and once or twice we encountered in Bunbonnets some quite pretty Virginia girls. This region is a sort of hill land, be tween the sources of various rivers, whose original soil of a clay mould was washed off by the heavy rains, and has long ago disappeared into the river bottoms. They were getting out railroad ties at about every point we saw in the Wilderness, and also hoop staves the former to go to Europe. All the bodies on Wilderness and Chancel lorsville battlefields have been dug up and removed to the cemeteries at Spotsylvania and Fredericksburg those beautiful cemeteries where almost all the dead are unknown, but which alone embellish this evil country, the deadly mud-hole of the world. newspapers. iur. ueecner s lex atruckf In the newspapers of to was I. Corinthians, xiii., 5-6. in part day all that sort of intellectual pro "Thinketh no evil ; rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth." The apostle meant to con- Two Notable Rhetorical Figures. Daniel Webster is credited with on of the most vivid pictures in the trast true godliness with that which often passes for godliness, but is not it in fact. There was no doubt that in the early stages of society com- duct, which has its origin below the ketone of American eloquence. The ears, is sown broadcast. I do hate urwr w" uloSnS nnancia! it .ml rt w than r-a h t .,1,! genius of Hamilton, and startled the sit down to a mud banquet. I could audieuC b the sentence, uttered in take a man's leg off if it were neces- his impressive tone : "He touched the dead corpse of public credit, and it sprung upon. its feet." .$200 How to Put Children to Bed Not with a reproof of that day's omission or commission. Take any other time but bed time for that. If you ever heard a little creature sob bing in its sleep, you could never do this. Seal their closing eyelids with a kiss and a blessing. The time will come, all too scon, when they will lay their heads upon their pil lows lacking both. Let them have at least this sweet memory of a hap py childhood, of which no future sorrow or trouble can rob them. Give them their rosy youth. Nor need this involve wild license, The adicloos parent will not so mistake my meaaiog. If you ever met the man or the woman whose eyes have suddeuly filled wheu a little child has crept trustingly to its mother's breast, you may have seen one in whose childhood's home dignity and severity stood where love and pity should have been. Too much indul gence has ruined thousand of child ren ; too much love not one, "Are we undeveloped lunatics?" asks the Albany Times. Good gracious, sir ! cheer op. We have no doubt you are just as much devel oped as anybody. ' , rousins nary in order to save his life, al though the sight of blood makes me bativeness was an essential part of faint, and I could lance an ulcer un m. 1 i 1 .-.. a. A? A. I I tne uumau cuarauter a pari vi me (ier the satte necessity. I hate it. necessary armament by which as- But to sit down to these things as sault was repelled and the citadel of the inspiration of a day is cannibal- life was defended. As men had ae- i9m. N4y, it i worse ; because the veloped into civilization, however, cannibals eat their human prey be this animal power had lost none of fore it is rotten. its force, aitoough the occasions for The effect upon the mind cannot it bad decreased. I he world had but be bad. It keeps alive that side never outgrown its primitive neces- 0f human nature which needs most after the 8entence it9e,f containing sity. In literature, law, govern- to be abated. Rome had her eladi- a fiure beautlful in lt9 appropriate ment, equity, theology and social ators. Spain has her bull fights. En- nes9 : "IIe smote the rock of the life the bane had beea the predoml- crland h.r hor haor hQ?; national resources, and abundant aant power of dislike, rising to ha- America has her newsoanera ! (Sen. 8treams of revenue gushed forth tred, everywhere. It had given col- 8ation.) Is this an assault upon the 11,8 eye fel1 upon folded DaPkin A - 1 a. a I 4 I I U I .-. MHH J I or to aimest every aapirawuu 10 newspapers? No more than it is an 0USB''BU corpse in us wiun religion itself, even making its chan- assault upon the heads of families 1Dg 6Ueet aaa tne ngur wa3 ln bii nel clear through every recognized wh0re responsible for their clmr. mina- system down to the present day. It acter. Tnev are less faul: In thi Grand as this rhetoric is, it is al The audience rose to their feet Taiiwav and Lover PoworH, A 1 1 1 a I it was a puonc amner ana greeted the sentiment with three cheers. The figure, Mr. Webster said, wai an impromptu one suggested by a napkin on the dinner-table. He had paused, in his usual deliberate way, Clover- Ilullorw and Clcanorn. Shinglo machines, I?ixlverizinEr: Wheel FJ HarrowH.; H3t CCD HIT C3 XHj IXCL jZX. Hi WHOLESALE AOEXT3 FOR TUE SEND FOR CIRCULARS. AND PRICE LISIY hid itself under many forms; often respect than the men who read them m09t paralleled in vividness, while BRENNAN & CO. KENTUCKY OUAIN3DKILL. nnilar thoso nf r.Ananicno ftnrl Ini. I r . i. , . . I ftrr-ppdpil in vwit. a fimira )iinK I J I tane it mat mere is not one leadicg I J 'w I ,,. rvwn v i... -h.r. nth.r rr;n. win r.u. tk- tmip cmi tht m aot .h-k. w ru tioo ThA wnrnt, innnlit.v wai llmt t -r . . . . SAment S. PrcnMat of Miatlninti! 1 i tt . -. . . i i- ... imi ,i m and weir . - - newspaper in me u nitea stales ""''" "1' .r . . - ;.T, . iii iZm. Im tou twui l iow h -m ct.r kw VUtw uocu you 1 . . -a wnicn let aown me tone oi temper wh0se proprietors would not be clad and feeling among those pretending t0 instruct the editors and reporters a . Am a a ATHt 9 a ft I . to be tne followers oi nrmz. Among t0 ieave out tne basilar news if the them it was of the root, whereas the wrong were not jone because mere literary infidelity was of the j demand it. loot Thorn was a i air tnn ni tan. I t. ... -' - i i l tvhn riii R .i !HF w r.n tm ri a r a a-w I " a " ' " "MU i timent socially among the Christian ceit men framed theolo2ical systems people and a constant temptation to and with what arrogance of combat- hating. The Christian world had iVCness they contended for them. never leit so mucn anxiety ror us Moral persecution was worse in an own religion as it does dow. Chris- advanced stage of society than ohv tians should look upon the race of ,icai persecution at an earlier sta2e. man as airugguog anu siriTiag io But so long as the bottom of a man's reach the positions of sons of God brain represents religion and the top ana as woriuy oi compassion more heresy that will continue. vuau oi wiuuibui. uuva was lull POLITICAX SUSPICION - : t .u- J e ty i i I coucepitiuu tu mc uiiuu ui vuriat. i m -r i j . . , I nl r. KorliOF flannarl a rvrf li.. r. ravens and jackals. of undue censorlousness the jeal Mr, Beecher condemned undue I ousy with which a free people view- . i i . i , i . 1 1 . censoriouuea iu me strongest eu us puunc servants. A wise terms. It tended to vulgarise what watchfulness of . them .was proper; God had made so sadly grand. He but .the untaught and unbalanced could not conceive of anything more way in which they were attacked, adverse to the whole temper of persecuted and traduced had l.l al. Christ. How long was the march most to a general- denreeltirn. upward of humanity 1 How slowly df5 men growl Was that a reason for pity or for contempt? Suppose a ship were foundering upon a rock and the people on Bhore were jeering over each victim that went down to rise no more. This was what was be ing done in a moral sense. When the sand a universal suspicion. If there were one corrupt Judge there were ten Judges who suffered in consequence, and it was the sane with Senators and legislators. Our people had come to look upon the men in power as a suspected class, and, in fact, the way in which they obtained it rather A statesman, noted as a political tactician, had written a letter on the annexation of Texas. As public opinion in the South favored the measure, while ia the North it was opposed, the tactician, whose object was to gain votes for his party, pnb lished two editions of his letter. Tl;s edition intended for the South was Bead (or Circnlara and FrioM to CIdor IXIillH, Sinclair V. W. WOODRUFF & CO. . t. 4 Straw Cuttoru, AVlioat ITann, Oliver ChJXUd Pious. DouUe-tfhovtl I'Lmn, wood or iron bmm. a yr s.. if;ir. o j,j. '.,. ,?;' bold In its advocacy of annexation ; Patent Oalmntied Evaporator & Imaets. but that designed for Northern cir- Lawn Moxoers, culation was remarkable for its am biguity. Mr. Prentiss denounced the trick on the "stump.". Grasping the two letters he threw them under his feet, saying: "I wonder that, like the acid and the alkali, they do not effervesce as they touch each other I" Youth $ Companion. She gave htm her flngera at parting. And be tenderly preaaed their tipe; And atisfied not, aa be bolder became, He lifted them to hia Upa. Hi! graap grew ardently tighter. And her face fioaned roail; red, , And he rwept a Uaa from the proper place "From hand to month," he aald. CoiimJoniik Circular Saws, HaW i Fire Proof Safes, Pnirbamk's f lock SoaUs, Ma rulings, iWncA Burr l,'u2 TU CU Qvarry. f Outn lulling and Parking, JtoubU and tin$U fipmit Corn EhsSar, Dexter luZcr and separator. IVOnratork Of OENEBAL HARDWARK will be kept complete and fiilL and wU) meet Cvt from snj quarter. Order bj mail promptly filled. ref ang 14 78-lr 17. 7. WOODRUFF & CO, "W atclirn akors and J" owolors, Corner Gay and Clinch Sta, Knoxville, Ttnn., Xep iji stock a rcix link or "You see," said Cotopel Flipem, I didn't marry the girl became she turned out a deceiver." "Yes,M said a bystander, "and the deceiver she was strewn with corpses favored this view. Did you ever turned out was Colonel Flipem." Wfel telij, Si; te,SfeM;i Superior T-nl)Io Cutlery riItrrATltlNa KT EXnEAVIdnli.'nfQnTnecuteJ upon rtaaosaU Urea. A : i aU will reoaire prompt attention and aatuactiua K'ierauteej. a