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WEDNESDAY, JUNE'J. 1S75.
EriKlM) ,VD initM.
EASTERN DIVISION FA IK.
Meeting of Grangers to. Consult Over
The Grangers Purchase Fair Grounds
Tilt? no. !i yfn ,iy hr.niu'Ht
deleiMti-s from .le.iriy v-rry c -unity in
Ent 'IVn nf-n'H. ! i't"
tiou nf El": Ten ii- --
eotini!: in ffLr:rd t" n(. 't-jii n
nition un the trii't "f the Si
I e; M J'l l;
of the Ivi-tern IlivwUtti Fir
to Iriv-the Cinu, r- -f Ivi-t 'I en m --i-e
ruti the Fair thi y:.r. I'lirrim:!' and
nnilliimw.e were i'; w:ii!ii-vf at ii
d'pat, and m tie- : : r- iie:,-c:it i- 'ii
were e:ite i in . i f. f t i'i x- t ,!--
mid mi tlieir umv t i t Ka v
as i-r iiroratuni'-.
tHtes had I'tTiiaf s
property which t hey
eept or refuse, a;n
r seen the
novi f . i ai'-
aiiii hetiee this pr.i
II ai ta ri . ' .! that I" -
gramme had li
lore liny aieion
Kati" s!,n:;,i :
they arrived ah
ner !id to l.r i
A rri v
i -. I !
inir a' tii l-
arniiii-l '.tie : ia :;
the build:!,., li.
atlm i : I tin- p i
tloor, wln-re ix'i
Hti.I i'le.i j i 1 1
! li.le re',
with a .uj.aeity a
"tie huihiivd I't-r.-- in-.
follild ' ilat 111 T x
than t . i cniiinrt -;
nee, !o '.ii- t . ' m s a-
ami euotih reiuu'!:- d
ted at the iir-: tal!.-1:
it the -e'-i'll ! till:-
ml ii uas -mii,
'.ii hud ai rived
a i e. .ee:e i t M
i: t , i ) i ; 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 i-
I Ileal J V Mil l 'I'.lild
K 'Mr. J..im
i he ";e.i-!ih, liad
I'.llMs f.if f.Vle,.
.lis, ulld Ml Il'Hle
fCiierf. Milne hest i:;
prepared eine:'ii ;
tiiat iriniiier of t rs
left the jjruiiniin huiii-i-y. And ri;l
here v wetiid -:;i;i.- tiril the dinner
Could seireely !: ave l.e -n -iirp i--e I.
hut Was nothing more t!i in could have
lieen expected eonsideriuj; that Mr.
Sedierf was a'.-:in mine host. - al
ways gets them u;i in thai style. Ai!
the com mi tfr.-s u:i i he pat L of t lie ci' i
zens of Kii'ixville '.'id tin ir work noldy .
and We f, ( I -uiv ; he(;r;ui:em wiil
have no fan ,i to L-itnpl-iiii t-i ilie n -ception
IJefore inoeeedinr; to dojil-ti 'e to the
viands spmid h. f n e tin-ii-.-eiiih.y , Mr.
P. Dickinson, in lehalfnf tbe eiiien
ot Kuoxviile, fxteluled to tile tiraner
delegates a liearty welcome and the
liOHiitnlities of ' ij.-city ; to ivlia-li Mr.
K. P. Jtnea, of Jnlltviin eoniily, i r
eiKJiided in oehalf of the ih-leu'iites,
after which Jtev. Mr. Handier asked
a bles-inif, and the idi;nul was L-iveti
to proceed to the husine-s of tliu Imur
to supply the inner man, which noue
hesitated tu u ntil.'.
After dinner the delegates were .sup
plied with cir and soon wereaitniu
;ated in their carriages, 'busses, huf?
pie, icc., and on their way to the city,
when thev proceeded to "the Hoard of
Trade lioinus, wliere the following
proceediui; were had :
AT THE IiOAKD HF TKADK HOOMsi.
The nieetint; was called to order by
Mr, O. W. Charlton, after which a fer
vent prayer was oll'ered by J'.ev. Mr.
Mr. Charlton then explained the ob
ject of the meeting, as has heretofore
been made known through the col
umns of the papers.
On motion Mr. Kbt. P. Kliea, of
Buuivau county, was selected as chair
man, aud Mr. Meek was selected as
ecretary of the meetiuir
On motion the reporters of the daily
papers were invited to take. seats at
Ibe tables on the stand
On motion the Trustee of the Fair
Grounds, Captain A. J. Ilicks, wus
calieil upon to make a proposition.
jir. iucKs staieii lual lie had heeu e
lected us Trustee of the East Tennes
see Fair Association. The association
has nineteen and a half acres of luud.
which they hold in fee simple, and
upon which nearly all the valuable
improvements have been put. The
Ktiile owns the forty aies adioinlni',
but it lias been made over to the
Fair Association with the understand
ing that it hhould be udouly for Fuir
The last Fair, for various unavoida
ble reasons, had not been a financial
success, and the trustees had deter
mined to call upon the farmers to take
hold of the Fuir. They had the brains
and power anions them, and they
could take hold and make it a success
if they would do so.
Mr. Charlton moved that a commit
tee of seven be appoiuted, which mo
tion was carried, and the following
gentlemen: 8. D. Williams, X. D.lSach
mau, J. A. Turley, W. W. Wallace,
OeorKe Mcl'herson, T. G, Craighead
and J. D. ltiley were nominated.
Ou motion the committee was in
creased to fourteen, uud H. B. Year
wood, T. J. Mason, Hobert G. Hazard,
W. C. Kodinun, Colonel Murphy, T.T.
Bigg aud W. ii. Whitsou wi re added
to said committee. The committee
and the trustee then retired to
Hoisle's hall for consultation.
Ou motion a list of debates was
taken by counties, aud resulted as fol
lows: riullivan N. D. IJachmau. J. K.
Hamden, K. 1'. ithea.
Hawkins Samuel Porlrum, J. D.
Riley. J. N. Walker.
Washington George Mcpherson,
Wm. DeVault, T. li. Heeve, Win. A.
Is'elsou, Thomas Hrahson.
Greeue W. U. Jones, U.K. Belf, L.
Cocke Wm. C. Itodman, Dr. Fair
field. Jetteraon county H. D. Wllliums,
Robt. Anderson, Dr. A. A. Caldwell,
John ii. Caldwell, J. M. Meek, Ii. M.
Kinir, E. A. Hawyers, John Vance, II.
!. 'i'hornburgh, W. II. Vane, 11. II.
Hubbard. J. C. Dailey, H. C. Vance,
N. U. Jirice, Jr. Kobert Hneed, 8am
uei Kennedy, Wm. iirazeltou, Wm.
Jones, A' M. Kennedy, Mm. W. H.
Vance, Mrs. John M. Meek, Mrs. H.
Matthews, Mits HalJy Meek, Miss 5E
Howell. Mr R. V Miulin, J iliti M.
Meek, K 1". Martin, J.)-'. ISr.uiner, W.
M. Howell, Mr. A. M. Kennedy.
HamM-ii Cdimtv JdIiii E. lielnn.
Sevi.T V. J. "lori iifii, CM. J. C
Mnrpliv, A. A. Knifrtln.
Knox M. V. llull'.iki'r, J.C, Hili
np, T. '. lirftlisoii, S. I).
.lie-nti HiiU'rtkiT, E. W. AriiHlrmiir, W.
ArniMiniiir, W. H. ( iiilluhiT. .1. W.
I tt t r.-l 1 . 1 M. Zjchiiivv. W. M. Mux-
KvcII.O H T.tiftrcll. W. P. Kretieh, ('.
IV l iito'i,(, W. S.num-rf, .M. .
McNuirJ. 1!. lliv.l, J l". D iyl., II.
i oii a, Aixand-r i i f, ,r. n.
I Kir!; . .1 T. C '. t t !! J , J. 15 M-.irrK J.
I V. Huivin.-iti, It A. Ki I i-r, I,. S.
I Keener, T. K. ( 'i.iok-'n:iiiki, V. V.
! Walla. v, J. M. Aimlr.'!iir, (i. W. M i-
liry, A i nu I'.iuke, i'hji . J.i-. S. Hnyil,
SlUtlilel's, 1. 1 . " K I ll-i HI, J .
Si in isdii .
1 1 ! 1 1 1 m ' J ('. (iill.snie. S. !"
,T. f. Ho.v ii.l, (!,- . V. Keller,
i; mm u.;. i) i :c
ird, . (I. Walk-
InmndsMn, .1. I!
, .). 11. Oio-s, ('.
ii -Is.Elijali Jch
. V. M.,ore. II.
' T-i.l:n-k, : W. O"---
I li.i-,;iu-. V. s Kr
v ' nini's. It. ( : i iiiiT, i J
Si-iiUn t, .1. K '. Walli.'-',
1 lllerv, in. Ii. W I 1 1 .- 1 1 .
Eoii-'.nr T. .1. M i I. H.
s hi, V. h. Kline, S". A. S:uiji-i
M ! ii;n .la, (llivant, .1. C.
.1 . ( lilevins, H. I.. Oat.',
l J. .. 'I'm it- .
.h. ,,,(, II. P, V-'a-.v.. i !,
j '. i . -W.
.;s, L. ..
, V. I'
-d . .-s.'
ell J ;.,
i lill 11II-,
: r.-l r
I -d-.a N-,t re;
I I :t i I . he Not I
Mor-m Not i-i
( ;r..in- -r -Xi.t r.
r: a .-1 TKNNi:s-i-:i
Mr. 1'. Dieklnson
aros,. aiul made a
re-- ilt -d.
beiif.; calif I upon
!ev rttinnks. He
stated that Kinixville was t-ikinitii
ureat interest in the present move
m-tit. One th'iii::h! oi-ciirr. il to him.
The a--ernli!y represented men
of one bundled years tisro.
Lookine lyrk to one liuudred years
.ik'o, tiie p.ipiila' io:i was composed of
heroes and iiercin. s, and t he represen
tatives ni' the pte-ei.i ineetint; hhould
feel proud of their :inee-;ry. Lmktnt
over the faces i.r.-ent he thoin;ht. they
should iiy tiieifiie.t, un erect it monu
ment to the hemes of the past. He
ad.ire-.-ed tin, 1'ie-idellt !is a represen
tative of one or tho iir.-t familesof
East Tennessee. The early women of
Knot Tennessee were heroines, while
tne men stond wiiii rilles in one hand
and Ihe plow in the other, the women
stood at the cabin door to lire the sifi
iinl i.'ti 1 1 when the enemy approached.
Mr. Ilhea said it was juit one hun
dred years into that his grand father
went with a I mid of soldiers to the
mouth of Eittle Tennessee. Those
were days that one soldier would stand
with apiece of plunk between his les;s
and let, another soldier shoot at the
target on the plank, such was their
confidence in each other. And the
women were heroines. They would
not weep and try to keep their hus
bands and sweethearts ut home, but
would bid them co into the field ami
defend their homes aud country.
Col. J. li. Crozier was called upon
aud made some remarks. He thought
that the present assembly was in the
luterest ot ihe richest country iu the
world, and it remained to be seen
whether ICast Tennessee would take
advantage of her resources. He spoke
of the Centennial, and stated that
there would be specimens at that exhi
bition of the natural and artificial re
sources of the entire world, and now
what will East Tennessee do? Pro
crastination is the thief of time. Other
.States were organizing, aud many had
already organized, hut Teunessee had
done nothing. East Teunessee should
organize county associations. There
should be a graphic description of
every county iu h,ust TenDessee, and
let them be published in pamphlet
form, and let hundreds of thousands of
copies be circulated ut Philadelphia,
among people ironi every country in
the world. Huch an opportunity will
not occur aitaiu before a hundred
years. East Tennessee has the
finest marble in the wcrld, and he
tuought slabs of every variety should
he gotten and cemented together, so
that any ouecan see at a dance every
variety of marble, so with wood anil so
with copper, uud all the minerals, and
he thought if East Tennessee does her
duty she can make the best display in
minerals of any portion of the United
Mates, l he legislature made no up
propriution, and the people will have
to bear the expense. It is nothing but
fair that owners of mineral land
should get out the specimen. aud send
them on L their own expense. Jiut
money would have to be rained to bear
other expenses, such as getting out the
pamphlets spoken if. They would
probably cost Jjdo, while millions limy
How into the Stale if her interests ure
properly made known.
Mr. Dickiusoii thought that East
TennessteBliould have a Centennial iu
1876, in advance of that of l'tilhoUd
phia. Let everybody iu EtHt Tennes
see take uu interest, and make the Fall
Fair a Centennial Fuir of which East
Tennessee will be proud of. There
never was such an opportunity granted
to any people as to the Grainger Asso
ciation. Let tbeui take the grounds
and make the fair a success. They had
cost the citizens of Kuoxviile about
$12,000. He had paid liberally towards
them and he would give more if they
would take hold.
Col. Crozier made some other re
marks showing how easy the money
could be raised. If every voter In Easl
Tennessee will pay 2-5 cents towards
the expenses of having East Tennessee
represented In the Ceiitenuiul, the
fund would be abundant.
Col. J. Monroe Meek was called upon
by the Grangers to make a response
in behalf of the Grungera to Knox
ville's greeting. He said he wai very
much and favorably surprised. He
thought at the call of Col. Charlton
he would come and see the Grange's
meet, get out to Ihe Fair Grounds
as best they could, ami buy something
to eat. Hut what wus their surprise
to Mud carriages Iu waiting, had a
pleasant ride to the Grounds, ami after
wards such a dinner us they hud.
Kuoxviile had met them nobly. Never
had In- seen any convention get such
a reception before, and If tbe Grangers
do their duty the fall fair will lie the
grimiest ever witnessed. The farmer
had a noble work to do, and he wanted
the delegates t go home With a deter
niua'ioii tushow the Kuoxviile people
that they are worthy cf the attention
R. J. Anderson, of Jellerson county,
oll'-red the folloiviug :
i'i ih-C(l, That, the thank" md grate
fill aekliowledcnieiits of tin- ov a i
hereby tendered to the c i . or n,
Kuoxviile for i lie very corded nianiier
iu which thev have receU i I us and
the sumptuous manner in which they
have dispensed to us their generous
Mr. Anderson made some remarks
in behalf of the resolution he . .tiered.
I'ul. Hubbard made some remarks.
He was glad to see the kindly 'eelimrs
ex is I i n g lie twee u t lie citizens of Kuox
viile and the Grangers.
At Nashville the representatives of
the Supreme Grange of the United
Si a' ( s were Jtiet by the Governor and
ail the olllciuls by. all the : ipitalis's of
the city, the manufacturers, Hie
ban kern, the merchants. They weie
met with a cordiality unsurpassed, and
shown c.rotind the city. Olliee room
was ofl'ered free of charge for tiveyeurs,
and halls to hold the annual meetings
of the Supreme Grange free for live
years. The natural resources of the
I Slate were laid before these represen
j tat i ves. The edllcal inn a I ad vantages of
the State were impressed upon the
minds of tlic-e delegates, and they
I w ere i in pressed .similarly to Hie dec-
I nates now iu Kuoxviile. He hoped I
itliai ad would go to work. J.etthej
! mec'i nic l.e a-!'.ed to take a part. I,K ,
the fanners who are not Grangers !. '
', aske I to take a part. I,et the coin
I iiiercial man lie :iked and tho capital- -j
i-t- be made to (eel an Interest in the
I nio.'eai -h!. Let. all lake hold and
! make the Fair u grand success.
! 'I he resolution was then nnani
; mou-l.V pas.-id.
- Judge Vandyke was called for and j
! made u few remarks. He was no ,
M trail '?!', hut had watched the move- i
mentsoi" the Grangers aud he would!
well hold up their bauds. He felt that j
Ei.-t Tellhe-see, from olio end to- I he '
other, was deeply interested in the
Fuir, and he would object, to the Fair 1
being held iii any other portion of i
Ka-t Tennessee. Kuoxviile, and !
Kuoxviile alone, was the imiiit to hold
an J istern Division Fair. He 1
.,.,., ,,,,,, r,,,,i.a , . , .
ma le some remal ks on the - t'"t,J;
II i.tl Celebration of I S t, and urged nil
that they should see that Ivisl Ten- 1
ness -e is well represented ill the l'hila
,l,.l..l.i.. l.s.-l. , 1.; . i,...
,,ri"na ,, ii ii'iu'iii.
Mr. J. Monroe Meek, oli'ered tlie
fol'owiiijr resolution :
Ji-M'tlnd, That, a committee of one
friuii each county in Fast Tennessee
be ajipoiuted, to select from such arti
cle as may be exhibited ut our next
Fair, und set them apart for exhibition
at the Centennial.
Mi. John M. Meek moved that it he
laid on the table, nml gave, it ns bis
reason, that, the Ceute'"' 'd was not
before the Convention, L-i, the East
em Division Fair.
Mr. Keevt-s, of Washington, thought
that ihe Eastern Division Fair ques
ti ii was in the hands of the eniiiniit-
tie, and there Was no better time than
the present to discuss the Centennial.
He wanted the people to take hold of
the matter, und have the Celitenniali
i,i me laii air.
fter several other speeches on the
subject, the resolution was passed.
1 he committee on conference with
the Trustee returned, and the chair
mini read the following proposition
irom i apt. kicks :
As 1 rustee of the Eastern Division
Fair Association, I propose to sell to
the Association to be organized bv the
Grangers of East Tennessee the Fair
Grounds and improvements thereon,
situated alaiut one mile east of the
city, said Grounds to be used by said
Association tor the solo purpose ol
holding a Fair for Fast Tennessee,
for the sum of t4,0ii0. One-half
payable on the 1st day of November.
I sTo, and the balance on the 1st day of
November, 1876, with interest ou that
sum at six per cent, per aunum. I
will retain a lien upon the properly
for the purchase money and deliver
possession on the 1st day of July. This
includes the implements and tools
mentioned iu the deed of trust.
A.J. IiiCK3, Trustee.
Th Chairman further stated that
the committee were in favor of ac
cepting, provided that the lirst money
on hand after deducting their ex
penses for running the Fuir should be
used in paying the outstanding promi
urns of last year.
The hour for .opening the Conven
tion having arrived, the l'retiiieut
called the meeting to order.
Mr. Reeves, of Washington, moved
tli".t speeches be limited to live min
utes, and none be allowed to sneuk
twice until ull have spoken ou the
Mr. Williams, from Jell'er.son, want
ed to know whether this was exclusive
ly a Grunge meeting, aud whether
those not Grangers had a right to
speak on any subject that might come
up. The chairman informed him that
it wus opeii for ull who desired to par
ticipate. .Mr. He ves, of Washington, thought
that II the proposition was to be ac
cepted, that they should ba regulurly
oigam.eii, and act as an organization
Mr. Day, from Jiradley, moved that
llio convention proceed to regularly
Mr. Meek, of Jefferson, was oppesed
to niaiiing an organization. itiey
would need money to run it, aud lie
was opposed to excluding auy one who
may wisli to participate.
Mr. Keeves, of Washington, nomi
nated Mr. I'. Dickinson as l'resideut
of the Association lor the year. There
was no second.
Mr. Williams, of Jefl'erson, moved
that the chair appoint a Committee of
three ou oritauizaliou to report a list of
Mr. Charlton moved to amend aud
have a larger committee, liut he
thought that they should first uct on
the question, whether they accept the
proposition of the Trustee.
Mr. Williams withdrew his motion.
Mr. Huncher, of hullivan, moved
that the report of the Committee be
taken up for actiou.
The rejsirt was taken 'up and read
again, and the chairuiaii of the com
mittee reported that they were iu favor
Continued on Third I'ajc.)
Lamar House, j
My niiu wul be (fi kp in the fir ure wlnt Kiv - i
vjilnu lorig nt:o
A FIRST-CLASS HOT. i;
t lin 1 'i1 to! v ii ii t tut over nil nth r l.ntl wi U i
cilv 'ii r : rti to luc titm, l-t mr miuji,' l j
in Tin: nrsiNK'
S CKXTKK "F Til E CITY.
i Iloil. an excellent
l.iM -'iiii'l attentive
fir n h w:i t t ho rn ekr
Tt'rtu' il 1 lo ro ifoniible nn-1 t1 IViVk -trn
in vt ! to irive tho uo. ii'Mlcr f 'tt- nf tit ri -a a -in-
i.t n trill. JijUX Oil K K V-
. II Lii.i.auu. ri-tV. L.-lM-
WHeLKS.ll.K AND RRTAI I, lK, l.F.,1 IX
Agricultural Implements and
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
Ha e.,n-taiitlv en hand
Tliu .-tmlilniker Wagnii. ttie lluekeye
lleaper nml -Mower and lteiiner, t'10 tSin-
eliiu sttrnw Cutters, the liusseil Tru.-li-ing
Miicliiue, tin) Wl.eu'er & Milloek
Tlire-hing Machine, llio llsgerftmvu
Salkv Hay Kill;.-, tlie Keller Wheat 1'rill.
the liuc'lioye (,'i.ler M ill, Uio l'riz Cane
Mill, the Ulaneleird Churn, the Avrv
Oiiedier-e sited i'ieiv, Hrewn fc Miin-
ley's Inm-Kenni lleiilile-Slinvel Flow. I
Kre-t ,1: iltiiit'T's " Fanner's l-'rii't.d "
One mid Two-herse l'l nv. Ijetey's Wa.-li- ,
ing M iicliiiei im 1 Wring'ir, Sinilair
Cera Shell. t, the Ciiry TiirihMo-'.'eiired
1) iwii or Mounted ilorse Te-ecr. fur
fr"tii - to 10 hur-es, Frix & Co's :-:;, ;,;n
I'nyine. and ether initcliinerv.
JI:is also a full stock of-
Ficd it Garden Seeds
of vcr:.' r.ir cty.
Superphosphates and Guano
Atl evtrrhir un',y k'.t in ri ta li-hmDt
..I this kin.l, w ,(ii wo ri.-i,. fn ta sell in il l who
n-.l sr.ytliin in .. r l'i. i-l;i-a U-r ea-b. er n-
tiiariv in ru m c. vl J'ii"s
MILTON T. ADTCIN3.
ATTO R U E Y--AT- - L AW,
Olvo-t Pi'Ot i il ivtmti 'n to the nu'mm'.ion, pcr
fiK'tinx Hii-i iilisimcliiiE LmhI i'ulos iu McruD
and unjoining cuu.iti.
rilOMS'TLY 51 .IHE.
A luilil Hiierienl hiiiI (.-.ii I It" iuru
livf , Tecomuirn.led for the cure of all deranso
incnt. of Oie HouiacU. liver uml bowel.. Uy their
timely u.Je much sitkne. is prevented. The ted
ot many years huve ,mven them to be th-.' fafet,
furent and bent of all the idllt ever offercJ to the
public. They purify the btood, rcmuve atl cor
ruptionn and nutore the difcaed fj-mem to per
fect health. AS AN ANTIDOTE TO CHILLS
AND IE VEIL they have n-i equal. FOH DYS
PEl'SIA.theyareaspeoifle. FcrSICK HEAD
ACHE aud BILIOUS COLIC, tkey ure a sure
cure, ror wursiii'Aiiu., kiicu nAiif.u,
PILES. PALPITATION OP TIIU HEART,
PAIN IN THE SIDE, BACK AND LOINS,
NERVOUSNESS, a positive remedy. FOR FE
MALE IKhEUULARITIES. without a rival
When one dow not "feel very well," a lin'le
d le miumlutcs the stomach and bowels, restore
the appetite and imjuiru vigor to tbe fysiem, Sold
everywhere. Office. IS Murray Street, New Y- rk
DR. TUTT'S HAIR DYE
Is eajily applied, hncarU a beautiful black r
brown, and acts ltko mutic. Tre best in the
world- ivild all drujTKiBtn. Prie. 1 1 j e
" THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
Mow ninny dieiRfu hnve thnirgent in the Blood
ditfeufca wuich hove len trvuted vaiuly lor yearn
In (iifsrht oane out nf t?a. H the blood alone wan
1-rotterly purified, how "on would Health and
I.H'tnww n-turn ! ton I U TT'a SAKS A PaRIL
LA AM) I'l'IiKN'ri UKLIOUT u a never Uilmtr
cure lor all iiiuou, euruiuioui or fcyt'tiunio dia-
I'ndor the influence of thii oouiiour.d the eye
(Trow cloar arid unarktintt, the completion like
penrl ; unijflitly blotcheu. pock nuirL", woruif iu
the tlech. pimples, and nUK linen ot the rkin iin
rtppcHr, aud the entire huutau crtfanifcuUioD grows
redolent with heulth.
I'KICK OlS K IMI.LAK A litl IM .
HOLU VV ALL PHtUUlHTH.
IH Murray St., N. Y.
Ohromos for IT. The grandest chance
over QtinrttJ agents, v. will mail to
my auurtoju, pt.t pi J. ii oeautilul Uu
hroiuoK. tifto uxil, mounted, re
nit of $1. hellilor It in an hour,
fry a Cbrouio geucy. it U the lti
paymn agency out, K very body lovea
aud buvi pu ture. We have work und
mortev f r all. men and women, boyi
iid f irl wbole on pare time, daytime
ir evt'oinK, et home or travel iu. In
cU 9 J in a Utter. Chomoi by return
mail- Thy tell at iighu
Atents fur the Lest sell-
K f rue package in the
erld. It ouotitina IS
sheeU piper, 1 rnTelojie., fra, PenhnMnr. fen
cil, iialentTanl Msuurs iarkai(e ot iVrluuiery,
anil a pieoe of Jewelry. Bmitle ,ackag, with ale
caut iiriae, poat paid. 25 eeata.
Bellina Imitation Gold Watch. In tha
inarki-t. Xhia in a 1'u e Coin tiilver
lluntiuxCaatd Watch: EnvlUh lolled
Wold plate :unk Si-rond Dial; Full Jeweled; f
pansion bulance; Mi-kel Movements; beautiTully
en.raveU Caaea i and ia eiuai in apj.earan'.'a lo a
UoM Watch that ooU from t'KI to It .ells
eiei ItkJw rm.iily. fur from 2i to In . If you
wiah a wbth fur your own usa. or to make money
nu, try tuis. l'rioa 117 only. Wa will .end this
watch .'. O. 1.. suhjoet to examination, if you
send I'J with the order, the balance of tl-s you can
pay the Kxpres. Co. if the watch proves latisiac
ATT AN uieke splendid pay li-llirt our
fsVjjJj goods. We huv other novelties
whicQ are as itaiilo as flour. Heni stnip f-.r our
illustrated catalogue, AddrcMi F. 1. (ILLt'K,
vUwlui New lit-iilorJ. Ma t.
m 1. 1 1 I U'UIHIIHP
ii :,i Y
i!1 I f: ' s-
!' t'i:.ii' i ii' n .wrxlli rat"rir',rii
We me now recelvlpg nnd hnve
Ol'l; 1MM !;.'.-E ST(H 'K OF
r00 CASES Fit I NTS.
-ioo t'.i:-s fie'e ;oors.
:itco i'A-i:s isEE.U'HEh Ki-
m i :s i n .-.
ioo l: i.Es i!i:owx dom i--
Olnclaer. l.i hi.'. .'. ill., In-ier.,. Wh;
(ils. lekiii.. " e-iiMir;--, 1':!..-, .-hinin-'s
shires in, ,t t'-,i en 1 lid ,-.
'cii's a:i 1 !.. ' K p 1,'oets, Ji-oir.n,s and 7'io;.
W,.ii;ci' li I, 1 liil.lreli's l'l'jliu tiralr, Kip,
Cull iiii.l Le--.: c It.iiin.niilf.
2iH)o i .si: h ii" r.otirs.
1(1(10 ( Ai:s t Al.h HOO is.
1000 tAStS kll" I'l'.Ot; ts.
500 i ASKS i ai.F BIIUtMXs.
2(t.) (.ASI.-. UOVKN'S I1()KS.
Kill MShS i 'ill i l)Klvs -!lo;:s.
50(1 UOl.1.- !, A I II ' K
A s- j -1 ? r- 1 i . I li.S'.irtmcst, 101I i'i"-y l.ii.e c III
p'.eto in ih s itoeiiTluicn'.
10(1(1 Caskh Mk.n's Hats,
1000 Cajses Hoys' Haw,
1000 Casks I.AiUKSit Missks Hats.
500 Casi s Chu.ukkn's Hats.
All t'i? X'ivcliu' in Xotit-iiB cr.tl every lino
c mplute in itiip tiei :irt:ntni.
k:(! V,:, Y:X
t L -! I II Hi : :!i!-iH 'ii':.' . i :il'i:,'ii.fl-
FIRE INSURANCE CO,
OX- UNOX VILL 12.
O F F I
E. E. BEABDEJT, Fre.'t. D. T. BOYNTON,
oeo. w. itnss,
W. It. Tl H LEY.
M. 11. SWAX.
B. It. I5KABKKV."
W. J. HKTTKKTON,
1). T. l'.oYMON.
W. A. IIKMiLKbON,
Insures ncuinit I.05S or Daicniie by Firo on Buililinirs, M, r hHnlis, Ih uneheM Furn'tiirt
rcifuteil rrui-crty gericnilly, on us lavumble lerius iu other ua und s0:v. nt Cuuiii inie..
Patronize Homo Institutions.
OIBco ia the roar of the Commercial Hank,
K. C. JACKSON.
EAST TENNESSEE NATIONAL BANK
AUTHOKIZEU CAl'ITAL, 8500,000. CASliC-l 1'IT A L l'.VII) IS. 3150.000
DESIGNATED DKPOSJTOi'.Y OF TliK L'MTKD HT.Vl'ES.
.KU riC0CK&HUK8 Til
FIRST NATIONAL DANK OF KNOtfV ILLF
J. R. AMiKHSOS. Bristol,
F. II. FAHNK?r, Abeatown.
K. M. UAKT"N. MnrristowD.
I'.OIi'T DVB, Johnson City.
F. W. TA YLtiR. .sr., Ku.-f .;llvii:B.
W. UKAZKI.TUN, New .Marnet.
WM. IIAUKIS. Lianiindgn. 'IEn. A, FAIN,
J. K. KA1I r, Clcvelai -I, ft A.M. MitKINN i;Y. Kuoxviile.
Mra.Ji;UA JACKonN.Knoxviile.W . W. WinHilU I'K.
u ' JACKao:-;,
Receives Ilenosits. Buys und Soils rJxch;iTi,;a.
current Rank Notos, Dnito 1 Mate. Stale, County end Corporati- n ll,r..id un Cnutu-ns. apd will ds
a Ucnoral Collectina aud banking Rusinofs I'-'ouulemt Ihe t nifed b-tutes. Murch -I, ieVoilaiwtim
R. M. Mi.-CI.VS0. Pros. R. R. RFARDKS, V. P
Ili.Hru oi liui-tlurH.
11. B. 11F. EIAR. jAMti h. I'liCKK.
D. T. BOYNTON. MT. HCri.
. rt. h. BKAKliKN.
Breeise. Iviulia. Buyaand s-ll
EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER.
Comptroller's Wuruti k Vnoarrent Bank Bills.
HA Nit OP irNNKHNKE MOM KT
For Taxes on hand. vill d.trwt
Knoxville Iron Company
MaciimiKT, itox rixcixa,
KAII.H0AU KIMUKS, ll'T NIIU, r,
ixiit AID allLgag
Coal Crtok J.'ohI wixl ("kif.
E . t I'
fATl'l"-:l.s.. rt -;''K'rs'
I M li i; l-.I.L.V.s V I'A H A M.S.
I I A ii B W A It E .
A iM-i! lt-e r.fs vii, er fi f s-tej.'e linrdwarc
2000 Kfgs Xails.
1000 Kegs Horse Shoes.
lOOi) Boxes Horse Sails.
."iOOO Ueanis Urapping Paper
.a ii urtiit vnrii-ty ot ii-.Ics ii:nrmtri-:i:re mi
The whole embracing the most com
plete stock of general
Kver oli'ered in the Southern country.
The advantattcs obtained by us., in
purchasing direct from
In J.urge quantities, enables us to
compete successfully with the largest
houses iu the Uni'ed States,
COWAN. IVSCLUC &t CO.
C K It :
Vice Pre.'t. JN0. M. BB0OKS, Etc. 4 Trta..
H. h. SMITH.
K. M. .MeCI.fND.
J.N'O M. liKOOKS.
J- W. LILLAKb
N. L'mlART. I'hilAiieh.ln
R. S. l'AYNK, Ktoxvili,
J'JS.J Alii) lis,
:i. K. IJUYO.
Mrs. JAXK JAUUES. "
Foreign hp. I d.ipiesnc. Ilenl-.n Hot,!. fttlv.F. lt-
SittKL McKlM ilT. Ast't Cauier.
People's Bank of Knoxville,
ST ATt IM;tM)MTMU,
"VPirt: .. llaok l.uildinti. Gay .rei
Will transact a 'Jencr. hawking t.i.d broker
atf ruiret, rencivt Jpositf. iMue cerrificatM
of ivp.,)iT. deni ia Kxchauge, hay tiold aad
ISilver. Hank Nct-w Hoot aod btoi'kl,
We prefer that Collector oi He veoue ahoold
eome person or tend fundu hw aa agent In
tend nf oy mil or ex ore
aul27-t I(JH. K. MITCUELUOaahUr.
B. It. STK0XG,
Went Side Market Hqiure,
KNOXVILLE - - - -TENNESSEE,
I'KOnrtE AM) GCCR4L
Cafh paid fur Grain. ButtBr, Eggi anJ all kindi
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