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Grbksitilik.Tsvii4Mat. 10. 1877. ! t , " TtHIT AMD RnaSlBiSTORr 6? A Cmmt Til AT WILL ASSIST TO A MOrCR UHDIR8TA9DIXQ Of CURRENT roREION 19 TELUaiNOB. . Tii causes of trouble .jHtween .llttaela anl Turkey are" mote and the tpany complications leading to . onderstood'iithoat a. close, study ' " T the political Melory or modern lWope.r'Tritnsrity',bf a religious rjattrre,'rhat 4 iiow generalized as . the Eastern question gradually b '.ima a nvnhlam inwftvlin( tka T. ' . tstenee tf sonie nations, and v the i success br 'defeat of datinctive fia i 'tianal Witless ' ' ;-.?'. I ' t TK Chriatain Cboreb was' Yor . s( triauV enfcaris a united body, witt mm.i.m. m -aft T? rrvt i Wlia Constantina made Constantinople 'the-Ca'pltot of ' the new Roman i Empire . fctf 1 Bisbup or toe new Capitol became the rival of the ' i Soman Pontiff, and aspired to ex ' "( fdnaif a -dominion over": the eriiire ;i sichurcb. ?' This led ta a bitter quar Tel; and finally to separation' be- twten the East and the Westbe e 'tween the Greek' and LatinsM . Constantinople remained the acta - ; al Cnpitf'l ol the Roman Empire C - W A J V-l :!. t 'na ueaa Ol vbsj aaawin or vjrreea S Churohj whiW Rom;e trks Head of V ihaf, Latin brBoman 'Catholic Church. :i " .v..vrtM.li'-; ' ' V1 ; f .-.Tfeei western'' portion of the i.. ' npire was over jn bytha northern : it tiarhiir'ana land SAVera!' lflnc(1niri ; were founded on the ruins;' j Char-' ... lemange united these in -one em- Tir i6f which, France was the bead ; WHO recognition oi ivume as nie 1 i head of the Western? Church'.7 All . . 4'iii dm. tl TCnatarn ; , n: HrAolf t IB IIU1V If ll ,dM M r -w. - v Empire had beeo in existence with , , Constantinople ! the head of the . ; , Western Church.; All this time .- Eastern or Greek Empire bad been ; in existencev with Constantinople tvs the bead of he cbsfch ani the teat of government;-4 - 'Thi West ,.. hnntila to the EftflL and chnrch and national polieiet were ebaped ; " -tn'tuis. ii Toe cruaauera 1 of the f, West even went so far as tt) turn side. from their' sattempts to re .: cover Jerusalem from the Turks tp capture and pillage Constantinople the capital : of the, Christians q the East. . ..: ! m i i iThii blow was a serious one, end .from it dates the decline the East efit or Greek Empire.: The. Em- ; ciri and the cuurcu went lowo ,., with the oapture of : Constantino- Die bv the Turks in 1455.; The Turkish-fi-policy "vWasv, to tram pie out the .religion of a the East, as well as the political epirit , and -centuries ot cruel struggle eosued The Christian! of the northern ntmn fni.iiil a. friAlld' in i VOUHf? Russia. That nation adopted from t)ia Grmt. ViA firaRlr faith And Wftfi hip, and becamef its. champion. The stuggling nations ol the East turned ;naturallv ;to her, and she Tose rapidly in power She inber hmS thn nnarrftl with the Catholic Dowers of the west, and All her , people hated the Turk. Iler nat ral policy wm relentlessly ag- firessiyt Her aim was repossess : iKa rnnntriM nf the Eastern hm i - - pire, and, above all .to recipture Constantinople.;, .That city was to Bussiah the holji- citv ,and, in rminiiin nut tka KnnnilariAa nf hlA empire.he in tb earlier stages of , 41ie struggle, nevr lost : eight ot -i L - " . . .V I I itol. This spirit entering into . a tiational poliry beoame threatentig o Western Europe, ndr (as ,the . 5overnmentof Russia schemed fpr commercial i .wejr s pqlUca ' Ascendencv th commercial na , lions of Je est flhapec( their , do'ict to oppose any such consura- '.4i. I'hla faaWnrr ant or a A tntn , 1) alliances f nd jpmbvnations,and ., the West being ftr'ong...politiolly feommerciallv .has prevailed. r4 ..e ; Y,et Urpve ,.in,e urn , irom , rt lier eysry' itate; or nation,' but she las' resisted" every tteisipt of the East to drive the same people from .W old empire., .This is one phaes of the case. .. r. i .-i Politically, Russia tss hlways .lieen thel friend apd.ally, of. every , nation oppose to the,, l tirk , aue ' lias been inT Bympathy,., with the ' rebels in every revolutionary or insurrectionary movement in Tur, . key.bseanse the insurrectionista were Christiana - of the. Greek Church. She early oonaoered , , Moldavia and Wallaobia and com p Had Turkey to grant oonoeasions t the Christians of other northern . Droviri. The.. war of 1828 9 '. fitww fit QlhVt intrfeTn io fctJ half of tft Gfeeka in the'f strug gle for libertr a few ymra ltf're. She undertook thin war howerfr under pVIs to G re it Drit-iin fnl franca that it should noi V dT&iY conqufiii If Rassia absoibed Vf Turkish Territory, gaining fab luto'couttol t)C'ine.B''irK Sa nd valuable poria on Meditrrnnein, the commercial interpnts of the Western nations would ufclrr4i..l on his ground the Tnrk wis than the Russian. Ro'tia made pv when she had Virtually conquere l Turkey and this was 4in- the in terests of Uussia." - Russia.ws content with treaty stipulntfotts looking to J;he protectioncf the Christiansr " - n Kinsriake contenas that tb 9iqIo gm of the Crimesn war in ouarrel between the Greek r.PKnr;?, V rv Lat.n Charobrs, as to , nr.vi. s at jrerna.le.. .TurkeK... was and leires flueeed. by, Louis JIapoleon, favor ed by Lou's Nap-ifpon, favored the noman Vjnurcn ana tne , complica tions lei) to irritation to war.iRus sia, taking up the old : quarrel of toe u reek Uhurch, . anq .claiming that existing treaMes bad I been violated invaded Turkey. . Great Britain ana t ranee lonnea An al liance with Turkey and Russia wan compelled to make peace on their terms... While Rnssia made war in the name of persecuted Christia ns, En- eland !and France made war not so much in the interest of the Turk .... a aaat a as in th interest of ' Western Eu rope. Their scheme; in the event of the dismemberment of Turkey was to form an independent nation of the Christian provinces of Tur keli and thus remove the' cause of Russian irritation. ; ltusian in fluence was vcti on its own ground and counteracted. The result of the defea of Russia tfi Sebastopol n ' ' t 11 was the treaty ot fans, in wnicc the Eastern questnn was taken out of her hands and committed to the great powers of Europe; All troubles as to.! the 'Christains in Turkey !were to be considered in common, and no, one nation was to &ct? independently -except under given circumstances, lhe (biack Sea Was opened to the fleets of alt nations! but no wa vessels of Rus sis or Turkey were to be allowed fn:ia afstSfS. RtlSslft WS9 tO 'dl" arm arid the" fortification on the -dU- mantled . . The Christian piovinces of Wallachia and Moldavia lying between Austria and. Turkey, were formed into 'the independent prin cipality of .Roumanja, and placed under, the guardianship ,bt Europe. .In 1870 when France was pow erless and England embhrrassei, Russia nci leil from certairt pro visions of'thi lieaty of; Pari an-l placed war fleit ,n the Bl ick; Sea.' Sh'i began the w irk of Tht' ting her army .on ; a ..wnr,s C-wfinj: and under various rerices m'lo ready for the coming .stpiirgle.:..' i t ThlIlefze20vi;)io ivsuf recton. 'of ."years ago was, a ; .rebpfion ' of the Christians of . that,-province against Turkish taxation and per secution i8ervia;wa3 drawn into the conflict. 1 1 Ant as .Seryi'was, a creation of ;.he treaty. of P;irw (made semi independent'" under the ruin of vnative-Priucs and pUced under the prptoction of the EnrO' pean powers, :'th.Qnghiv?arF to Turkey), all Europe became in ;dAntnllr interested.;. i- European interference compelled a true and negotiations were commenced look ing to permanent peace. wwsi BarAt.lv Aggigted -Servia .in the str&ggle against Turkey,, and " de manded that the "great., powers akmiM in(Prfre.in.behalf of.' the Christians of, the northern pro-1 yiuces.' ; Certain reforms.wfro de manded ami these, met. tbe aoprb- va) of England. Fronce, Germany and Austria. Turkey adopted ; a new constitution and announced her intention to carry out reforms herself. . Russia held that this was a mere promise and demanded that certain pVans should be followed. Turkey rejected all and denied the right of any ., power to; interfere. Russia proposed the protocol pub lished some days since suggesting a basis .of . peace. The grant powers signed this but Turkey rejected it dented the right " of Europe to manage the Eastern question or to dictate any policy to the Turkish Government, ' Russia, holding her self, warranted in suoh action pro ppses to euforoe the ' demands" for refoim made py, nerseit. , inw laves the other powers free to act by the terms of ,ac by the terms of the agreement or protocol, as hey deem best. .. While lurkey clines to the treaty of 'Paris' the other powers hold tnai ane naa practically Igoorea u. Montenegro nai peen ioi; jwb - - i . a The Turks claimed it Us part- f Ottitoin Emiire, tut tf.e Mo" tetif ffrimesistpil every ctleffipt to !Kil;w4Stin. and ;s tW n the bmtiit-Ef the ejjf'iteffnth - ct iry' aiVea the ai l of, Uu-ia- Ttr moy vr9 Montc'gro l.ns,teii a j'fi;fv,Tvpen.leiif . .State U'v't of. Rrfisi.,.'' And ttlu'iifver tluT? hn bee 'in rcbel-CWrie- t liii f,rovpc of TnrJi'Vfoii; tenWfof Uit't'VrJ Vith'ent " t-'bn Moi tenruro cotiragdinent of R'lssin, ha plntig edinto the conflict."' Sh w.is Bit injr jl $$ aa'i she, joined ir Vi Irt th late war1 with Turkey, and it is to. bi noticed that bile the Servians were defeated the V1nnttftirift were not. The aues- Irion of peace with Montenegro is now one of, elements contr.Vutidg to prew r,t cotrpl.cstions. ; fc p of th. . ... dJ. ;fe bffi -lfJ w,tll crtairitv 'The anpient Turkiah policy was to crosh and vjr'uallr enslave the Christians educracred.' The interference of. Russia' and Other nations has secured a modi fication .of this policy and, now Turkey expresses -willicgnss to carry out all needed reforms. Uer position is that she will do herself all that is'a8kedKbut she will not allow either Russia or Europe to susperintend it Austria, lying t the nor h of Turkey must shap her policy so as to not endanger Hungary and the part of Poland , in her . domin ions. ' The Poles and Ilungarains re anti-Russian in feeling and bit terly so. Some years ago an. al liaTnce was formed between Roisia, Antria and Germany.but whether this had any bearing on theEtfltern que tion is not known. While A'isfria is interested in muintaia i ig a friendly attitude toward Rus ia her interests ' as . taey appear on the. surface will not permit her to join with RussUioawaragiinst Turkey.'' .:.-;-' - . ' ' Germany cccupies'aindeptindi ent position, and ia interested in maintaining heraupramacy in Eu- rpe.''., Iler attitude is friendly to I rXii8ia. " i ranee has declared that she will remain neutrae.' England is interested in keeoioir Russia As she is or ia crippling i ner power, and if involved war' will throw her inuutMiuo agiii'int tuc ualiOU wiiOsr ascendency the fears. 7 " One scheme has bee to ' form the "Christian provinces! Turkey north of 'the '"Balkan Mountains, intQ an independent niitioq, , Rut !s :tho members .of .':th;'f15reek Churchr are to thb Roman Cathb- lics as ten toohethe " if)'lnpwiflei)t niti would bo, in sympthy with,- lvnssia, ani Ajisjni,-.;wuui'i . nnc eilcra' nch; 1 a.-nation On ( her. southern bd'i'3. " -l .TrtfAKglff French Alljarifo' of 153 Way tr a'rrt'iu t'r 'nllfuv jn-rrfp'-0Tit;'? w.t"be h'lH of t-ther n tj on?. :t:nfire i, e,9-v ... a serst alliflj J?twvn',Ru?s.iu, G''rtaaiy aiid'"Au'fid, it is Yo'i' 'st'ryng , (or thVofliVr-'pOweWof ."EiVropT. ! tneaie th re 9 r ati o'n 4-' grt'V ifh .a se t tlecni'iit.of' the Easf.'fri cjiition ir will he. Vettta';! ji ihf ir 'prygViinm ff 'there is such' Sn uadfirstntiilin; it will, noibeoom" appiretit until Rrissii hak ' invaded Turlcny "en ! Great Britain is compelled to' show her'h'arid.V':;' ;;! - : ! Ai it Is alrnost impossible for a nation engaged in'war'to confine Itself t,6 a stipulated plan innumer able pretexts for interference pre sent themselves.' Hence although Russia may be (hi only contestant for a" time, there Is a possibilirt ",'of a general war. As it is the. Fius sian pepple rather than the govern ment, who demanded war so it is the Turks, rathe than1 the Sul tan who defy Russia.1 On the One hand Russia wages war in the name of-the persecuted p?dpley and" on the othef Turkey strug'es for national existence. Chicago Jo -ter-Ocean. '' , aUGGESllEl.tfBK 4 CO TTJioleaal Qrooara GkukralCommi-bion Merchants NO.' '24 COHMFTtCE 8TREET . ' -' BALIIXORE. ' ' I".-')'''.: ' . , Keep constantly on hand a General . 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It is a standard pre paration and a favorite upon every well appointed Tyilet fol Jidy or Gentlemen Sold uj Druists. ' J. t'RISTAUOnO B.O. Box 1533. New York 8 80-w3. AIl.PETTIBONE, ATTOItNET AND COUNSELLOR Wi'l practice in all the Courts of East Tennes'we, and the Supreme und Feder al Courts at Enoxville. tf. SEND $3.00 and get receipt to dieiroy and. prevent FEACH GRPB, B RKR. CCUCtTLTO, IxtCVSl . . BAKK LoUiB. WEEVIL, ARMY WORM, . WIKB WOTtM.CCT WOHM,CANKKa WOKM.GRAH8H' PPEn C RJf . WKBVIt HKBflAN LT, ' " K:; BKS LICK, . t tti all destructive inaeots, and restoro tnre as regards the life and vigor of a t tress, vines, and plants to which it may be applied and costs but. 3 cents per gallon to Bsoufaoture. .patMnoY. 16, id l7MhlBjHNsryVwr4aCv f I r n rTt? of f at ; hftr,1: Yok. ., ist; P T a t0HK lbll,h ATTAISEO AT LA5TI I AV' J'" " )me-a. j ivf ?be vrrf l,.w1.h, iuf: p i 1 1 1 IX rc7f . ' Tlia ll.y iliiiAn'will on weik dnji a abf t of lour pg, and n 'floniliTi , a Wl (f r "kV, pf e nf thar aoma d I- nt' nit'iiB a:ii 1 nnrae'er that are already li"l.inr ' our rii n-t-. V. Tint Si'M will rofitirlne id be the i r rtm o.lt.wav n' reform and r-Ircnr-.iiut D' Niid nf the Ko'Mlitnlion of taie.ninnliipt- wlgivum, au.r tntegVitv lHlow ntMeore, im'RCili' V. and ! friud in the iiHrnlnisffattnn of poMic a.ln ra. I will contend lor the Rorrrn meuttd tli people ly the peeple and hit tbo people, an opposed t govern mi nv by fraudb in the Imllot-box and In the eonntinir of totea; enforced by mil. itary vlQenca.i J wrtl endeavor toeup fljr ita rfa1era a lodj - gut ni w far mm a wiitlion'of aoula wi h the mou rarelql.ooropiote, and iruiiwnrthy ac. coaottnf rnireot Vfenrs, and will em ploy tor this purpose a uoineroni and carvfaMy Wetd stuff of reporters and corieDdent. .Its rrporjo from Wash jnittonespecjatly, will le full,acqurate and teurli'Sft: and it will doubtless con "nue 10 ccserva ana enio7 me nairi 1 '' rhe wlnHhrive' ! piundeHng ibe TaurjiH- tiyuabrpiDiewhat-ihelaw ures n't. Kive iix-m, -wutie w . win en- dcHvor toincrit.tbe. conrlenre qf'tbo pu'ilic by. dtfeudng the rights of the pcph'igatt)t the encroachments of no Justified power." ' i f i t :. . The pried vf the daily SON will tx 65 cents a month or f 6.50 a year, postpaid orritl) tue Scunflay edition 17.70 a teat ' The. Sunday edition alone, eighi page? fl.20 a year, post paid The y aekly Son. eight paces of 56 woad columns, will be lornisheiidur in? 1877 at tl) rate of $1 a year, post pajd. ; ; " . : The henefl? of this large reduction from tbo previous rate for the Weekly Stta tail be enjoyed by hidiridoal snb- ccrilKjrs wrhom the necessity ot makhip up cliibi "r At tliesflmc time, if anv of our friends choosn to aid in cxtendinsi our cireularW, we sha'.l fe grateful to then, and evBrr 8irrhj"rsu who Bend elevea Vr more -sulribers from one place, will -be nt jtld M pn j:pv i I. the paper for himielf without chanrf, At one doll nr a year, postage paid, the expenses w paper an.i priming . an DSrly repaid- and. Consldiing -the t?. of the shept And the quaijt) of its con t Hits; we are confident thl people will consider Tho Weekly Sukth'e.cheapesi newspaper published Jn tiiO world, nii we trust'alaOArte of the Very beBt.1 . Ad' dress, , , THE SUN. Jfew York City. 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