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Want For Real For Sale Boarding Lot Found
will be inserted in thi column at 23 Cents each in
tertion. not exceeding Jive lines,' over five line 5 Centa
or ear A additional line will be charged.
rpilREE ROOMS IN SECOND STORY OF EX
I CHANGE AND DEPOSIT BANK BUILDING,
nre for rent from October 1st.
ix-7 dtf J E. P. BAILEY. Cashier.
THE DAILY CHRONICLE.
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1871.
The Largest Circulation of any Dally
lu East Tennessee.
CHRONICLE OFFICE 19 MARKET PLACE.
MAILT METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
.Signal Service, V. 8. Army.
Ksoxtillk. Tests.. October.lG. 1871.
V H :
4 A. H.
2 P. M.
4 P. M.
30 214 ; 61
58r EW. 7 1
57 jN. 10
Wak Dkp't. Office Chut Sigxal Officii.
Washington. D. C October 16, (7:30. r. J 1871.
Clearing weather will probably continue to-night on
the middle Ath ntic coatt and in the extreme South
west with clear weather elsewhere. Partially cloudy
and pleasant weather will probably prevail on Tues
day very generally east f the Mississippi.
Pemberton's compound extract of Stillingia
cures nil diseases arising from impure Mood.
A blacksmith in the East Tennessee, Virginia
and Georgia Railroad shop by the name of
troth co was paid off last Saturday night and a
short time aftewards having occasion to use his
money, he felt for it, when, strange to say, it
was gone and so late as yesterday he was still
unable to account for its disappearance. Sixty
three dollars was the sum lost.
Just try Globe Flower Cough Syrup for con
sumption, asthma and croup.
Wilcox A Glbbs Sewing Machine.
Mr. S. A. Stark, general traveling agent of
the Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Compa
ny, is now in this city representing its interests,
and will shortly make a trip through Eastern
Tennessee for the purpose of appointing local
agents at various points. "Wherever it has been
used this machine is considered equal to any for
family use. It works with ease, is easily ad
justed and remarkably simple in its construc
tion. Mr. Stark is stopping, at present, at the office
of Mr. T, A. Burritr, agent for the Singer Ma
Bur your Boots and Shoes at SpotfonTs.
Every mail brings us enquiries concerning la
borers. "We say, emphatically, that we can sup
ply the demand. "We dare not trifle with the
public by making promises we cannot fulfill.
We know exactly what we are about. For the;
present we obligate ourselves to furnish female
servants from Birmingham, England, and male
laborers from Dundee, Scotland. To the ladies
of Knoxville, and elsewhere, we say, most posi
tively, that we can, in six weeks, furnish them
with smart, reliable, clean and tidy servants.
Try us, and see if we do not do this very thing.
To the farmers of East Tennessee we say that
we can supply them with any kind of laborers
they need gardeners, stock raisers, dairymen,
managers, &c, &c. "We charge $-3.00 per head
for our services, and the applicant must pay the
passage fare (about S-W.OO) upon the delivery of
the servant, which amount is taken out of his
wages. No risk is incurred. "Wc guarantee
servants and laborers of good character. As
we wai.t to send forward a large order in fifteen
days, wc hope orders will come in by that time.
C. "W. Charltok,
Tennessee Immigration, Real Estate and Labor
Pemberton's compound extract of Stillingia
cures all old mercurial and venereal diseases
without fail try it.
THE GREAT CHICAGO FIRE.
Important to Insurers.
Etsa Insurance Co., )
Cincinnati. Oct 12, 18
The following is the latest information from
Hartford as to the losses of the -Etna Insnrance
Company by the Chicago fire :
"Chicago agents advise us that our losses
there are less than two million, dollars. Our
lo:scs will be promptly paid, and the Company
will still have its capital of three million entire,
with a surplus besides of a million dollars."
Our Agents will please accept this as an an
swer to their inquiries, and as the best assurance
we can give of the soundness and strength of
Our cjish assets will be four million dollars
when all losses are paid.
F. C. Bennett, Gen'l Agent
ok Frankltx Insurance Co.,")
Of Philadelphia, Penx., f
Philadelphia, Oct 11. J
Our losses will not exceed five hundred thou
sand dollars. Our General Agents for the
Western States, with a corps of competent ad
justers, nre already on the held of disaster, ad
justing our losses, all of which will be promptly
paid with but small diminution of our im
mense surplus, and without disturbing any of
the permanent investments of the Company.
The Franklin comes through the fiery ordeal
with capital unimpaired and a larger surplus
than that of any other general agency company
of the country. Alfred G. Baker,
Office ov the Continental
Insurance Company of New York,
New York, Oct 12, 1S71. j
Our losses in Chicago will not exceed, one mit
'., (r:o ln wired thousand dollars, which will
be promptly paid. This will leave the Compa
ny in a perfectly solvent condition, with an un
impaired capital of one million dollars and a
large surplus of assets securely invested.
Geo. T. Hope, President
Office of North American Fire In
surance Co., of New York.
New York, Oct 13. 18
Al ter a careful examination the officers of the
Company estimate its losses by the recent con
flagration at Chicago nt $230,000. Its assets arc
S780.1W. All its liabilities will be promptly
met and the Company will continue its busi
ness with half million cash cpaital.
J. Griswell, General Agent.
It is a source of great gratification to us that
we are able to present to the public the above
circulars addressed to us as Agents. Compa
nies which, by their prudent management, are
able to pass through a test which falls with such
crushing weight upon so large a number of
Insurance Companies should command th? con
fidence of the people and gain for theni a liberal
share of their patronage.
Jxo. M. Brooks & Co., Agents.
- -i . ". .
Boots' and Shoes neatly repaired utSpofloid s.
One hundred thousand bushels of the very
bet quality of Coal Creek and Campbell county
Coal now on liimd, and ready for delivery, in
any quantity to suit purchasers, and at as low
f,Turs as nnv other cartv can possibly sell for.
)rders left at my office or at the store of
Spenco & Jje, will receive prompt attention,
xo A, S. Mariner,
LIST OF PREMIUMS
Awarded at the Eastern IHtIsIob Fair,
The following is a list of the premiums award
ed at the Eastern Division Fair, held in this
city on the 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th msts.:
EAST TENNESSEE MANUFACTURES.
Best woolen blankets, N P Jordan & Son, $5.
Best all-wool shawl, W B Franciso, fcd.
Best home-made carpet, mrs W 1 Lenoir, $4.
Best worsted patch-work quilt, mrs Alvin
Barton, $5. , - . . .,
Second best worsted patch-work quilt, mrs
"Wm Jenkins, $2.
Best silk patch-work quilt, mrs Granville Pil
Best cradle patch-work quilt, mrs W M
Best calico patch-work quilt, mrs S L Long,
$1. ' ! 1
Best patoh-work quilt, mrs J II Lenty, two
diplomas on two quilts. ,
Best Marseilles quilt, mrs J II Lenty, $2.
Best machine-made shirt mrs T A Burner.
Best hand-made shirt, miss Melinda McNutt,
Best all- rool coverlets, mrs Jno Blevins, $3.
Best cotton embroidery, mrs Chas II Ogden,
Best cotton embroidery, mrs M B Atkinson,
(by special request of committco on account of
age, 70 years) $2.
Best 6ilk needle work on flannel, mrs "Wm M
Best embroidery work on flannel, mrs "Wm M
Best knit white counterpane, mrs J N Better
Best woolen embroidery, mrs Kato Jones,$2
Best fancy pin cushion, mrs Kate Jones, di
ploma Best plain sewing, mrs Isabella R Boyd,(on a
Best crochet tidy, misg Josephine Christian,
Best cotton tidy, mrs A P Caldwell, diploma
Best foot mat. mrs Jano Kennedy, honorable
Best tatting,' miss Belle Cox, $2
Best transferred work, miss Sarah K Boyd,
Best fancy needle work, miss Eliza Cox, $2
Best bead work, mrs Kate Jones, $2
Best worsted Afghan, mrs Kate Jones, $5
Best home made crackers, Barry & McDan
Best family flour, Chapman, Foster & Co,
Second best family flour, "W V Devault, di
ploma Best silk embroidery, mrs Hugh Martin, $2
Best embroidery work on childs dress, mrs
Martha Washington, (special premium offered
by A G Scott,) $10
Best specimen straw and fancy work, mrs M
E Glass $2
Best work on perforated paper, miss "Winnie
Best pair wool hose, mr3 H B Yearwood, $1
Best pair cotton hose,mis3SallieTJmbarger,$l
Best machine fancy sewing, mrs T A Burrier,
(samples on wax doll,) $-5
Best assortment of . woolen goods, N P Jor
dan & Son, diploma
Best hearth rug, mrs Amy Rogers, $2
Best home made silver ware, Miller Hope,
Best rifle gun, Stacy & Angel, special premium
Best horse shoo, David Newman, $1
Best two-horse wagon, J II Reynolds, $10
Best display of blank books. Williams. Stur-
ge?J& Co, diploma
Best home manufactured tobacco, Knoxville !
Tobacco Manufacturing Co, diploma j
Best picture card frame, b L Edmondson, di- ,
Best assortment of cigars, Esperandieu & Co,
Best display of confectioneries, A M Spiro &
Best crayon portraits. W A Hurdle, diploma
Best portrait in oil, W A Hurdle, diploma
Best painting in water colors, John Collins,
Best display of photographs, T 31 Schleier,
Best life size photograph in oil, T M Schleier,
Best display of chromos, T M Schleier, di
ploma Best fancy sign painting, sign painted and
penciled by Alex Zins, for E T Book House,
Best fancy book mark, miss "Winnie Stevens,
Best pencil sketch, P G Rosenblatt diploma
Best architectural design, (store house,) J F
Best mechanical drawing, "W M McLean, di
ploma Best animals in oil, H E Hodgson, $3
Best arti-tic sign painting. J M Havely, di
ploma Best job printing. Ramage & Co, diploma
Best pencil drawing, miss Anna Rodgers, di
Best crayon sketches, special mention of mist
Eva Mabry, also of miss Maggie McGhee
Best Brahma chickens, John Jennings, $3
Best and largest pair Brahma chickens, Harry
Elliott, $3 .
Best chickens for tablo use. Frank Attix, $3
Best pair game chickens, Bartley "Wiley (col
Best pair turkeys, Jos McG Armstrong, S2
Best pair common ducks, Ben Boyd, $1
Best and largest exhibition barn yard fowls,
Willie Mabry, $10
Best pair Houdan3, Hough & Church, $2
Best piano. Williams, Sturges & Co, diploma
Best combined organ, Williams, Sturges &
Best violin. E W Armstrong, diploma
HOUSEHOLD, FARM AND ORCHARD.
Best country cheese, mrs David Lee, $5
Best gallon vinegar, Frank Attix, $2
Best specimen sort soap, Jno S Harris, S2
Best unpeeled peaches, W V Devault $3
Best peeled peaches, John Christian, $2
Best peeled apples, William Looney (colored)
Best specimen blackberry jam, mrsWmHeis
Best display of jam, mrs Jane Kennedy, .S3
Best apple butter, mrs Jane Kennedy. $2
Best peach butter, mri E J Devault $2
Best roast pig, mrs Jann Kennedy, diploma
Best can lard, mrs Geo W Mabrj, $3
Best raised corn bread, miss JosephineChrist
Best plain corn bread, Sallie Grigsby(colored)
Best light bread, miss Amelia Christian, $2
Best rusk, mrs Jane Kennedy, $2
Best biscuit Eliza Monday ( colored ) $1
Best cocoanut cake, mrs Isabella R Boyd, di
ploma Best sponge cake, mrs J T Lenoir, $2
Best blackberry wine, J H Grant, $2
Best black cake, miss Amelia Christian. $2
Best specimen sauces, mrs Jane Kennedy, $2
Best grape wine, W R Reeves, $5
Best scuppcrnong wine, mrs Jane Kennedy,
Best cherry wine, mrs John Christian, $2
Best currant wine, mr3 Jane Kennedy, di
ploma Best cordial, mrs Isabella R Boyd, diploma
Best honey and greatest yield &c, II V De
Best sorghum, .7 Hardin Hill, $3
Best sorghum, R J Smith, $3
Best cider,-W R Reeves, $5
Best display pickles, nm J R Boyd, 3 00
Beat green pickles, mrs Jane Kennedy, 1 00
Best yellow pickle, mrs Jane Kennedy, 1 00
Best display of preserves, miss C Irvin Boyd,
Best citron preserves, mrs Granville Pillow,
2 00 ?
Best apple jelly. mis3 Sallie Boyd, diploma
Best display of jellies, miss Sallie Boyd,
Best display of canned fruit, mrs Isabella R
Boyd, o 00
Best ornamental cake, A 31 Spiro & Bro, 5 00
Best bread corn, M 31 Armstrong. 2 00
Best hominy corn, William McMullen. 2 00
Best beat hominy, James Hopewell, (col) 1 00
Best yellow corn, M M Armstrong. 2 00
Best pumpkins, Sam McMillan. 2 00
Best bushel barlev, Richard Scruggs, 2 00
Best bushel rye, Richard Scruggs, 2 00
Best white wheat F M Wolfe, 2 00 ? . ,
Best bushel oats, Hough & Church,' 2 00 ;
Best variety peas, William McMullen, 2 00
Best ground pea3, J Harden Hill, 2 00'
Best half bushel timothy seed, Geo Brown,
Best half bushel clover seed, Geo Brown, 2 00
Best orchard grass seed, Hough & Church,
diploma 11 '
Best herds grass seed, Hough & Church,-
Best display of seeds, Hough & Church, di
ploma . .
Best bushel red wheat J A Thompson, 2 00,
Largest crop per acre of corn, William Mc
Millan, $G bushels 19 pounds to the acre, 25 00
Greatest yield clover seed, w a. mipps, 6)
bushels from 7 acres and 125 rods (special) 20 00
KITCHEN AND GARDEN. .
Best half bushel turnips, Alfred Harris, 1 00
Best and greatest display vegetables, Crouch
& Bros, 5 00
Best dozen beets, Crouch & Bros, 1 00
Best dozen parsnips, Crouch & Bros, 1 00
Best specimen celery, Crouch & Bros, 1 00
Best half bushel Irish i potatoes, Mark Morel,
Best and g'reatest variety Irish potatoes, 31 31
Armstrong, 6 00
T Best half bushel sweet potatoes, Hiram Charl
ton, 1 00
Best dozen carrots, Mark Morel, 1 00
Best gallon butter beans, Mark Morel, 1 00
Best yam potatoes, Andrew Randall, 1 00
Best specimen tomatoes, W H Dutton, 1 00
Best cabbages, E W Armstrong, 1 00.
1 1 Best red pepper, mrs E Ford, 1 00
Best green cucumbers, mrs Lucy A Schnicke,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT.
Best thresher, Sweepstake, McCorkle & Co,
Best hay rake, Hawkins, 3IcCorkle & Co,
Best combined reaper and mower, Excelsior,
3IcCorkle & Co, diploma
Best two horse plow, Jones', McCorkle & Co,
Best two horse wheat drill, Kellar. 3IcCorkle
& Co, diploma
Best ono horse wheat drill, Kellar, 3lcCorkle
& Co, diploma
Best irautter, Eureka, 3IcCorkle & Co, di
ploma. Best corn mill, Straub's Queen of the South.
McCorkle & Co, 10 00
Best double spout corn shell er, Sinclair, 31c
Corkle & Co, diploma
Best feed cutter, Sinclair, McCorkle & Co,
Best well curb, Smith's, McCorkle & Co, di
ploma Best flve-tooth cultivator, 3IcCorkle & Co,
Best sulky plow, Buckeye, 3IcCorkle & Co,
Best wheat Fan, Universal Fan, manufactured
by McCorkle & Co at Knoxville, 5 00
Best subsoil plow, McCorkle & Co, 5 00
Best mower, Sprague, Hough & Church, di
ploma Best clover seed gatherer, Sinclair, Hough &
Best one horse plow, Vincent, Hough &
Church, 5 00
Best hillside plow, Coltmaun, Hough &
Church, 5 0
Best iron tooth harrow, Hough & Church, 5 00
Best portable cider mill, Buckeye, Hough &
Best one horse mower, Sprague, Hough &
Church, 5 00
Best post auger, Lced's, Hough & Church,
Bast double shovel plow, George Brown, 5 00
Best home-made steel plow, Robert Johnson,
Best home-made extension table, Ristine fc
Best bedstead, Ristine & May, 5 00
Best combined wardrobe and bureau, Ristine
6 May, diploma
Best checker table and candle stand, Ristine
& May, diploma
Best folding bedstead, B F Woodside,diploma
Best cottago chairs, Ristine & 3Iay, 5 00 '
Best split bottom chairs, Ristino & 3Iay, 5 00
Best bureau, Scott, Renshaw & Hacker, di
ploma Best dressing case, Scott, Renshaw & Hacker,
Best sponge mattress, Scott, Renshaw &Hack
Best family carriage, Baldwin & Crosby, 10 00
Best buggy, Baldwin & Crosby, 10 00
Best skeleton wagon, Baldwin & Crosby, di
ploma Best spring wagon, Jno Brown (Morristown),
Best two-horse wagon (made out of the State),
Geo Brown, diploma
Best display tinware, Jno Martin & Bro, 2 50
Best cooking stove, Hoxsie & DePue, diploma
Best power churn, J L Coile, 2 00
Best panel door, E Reno, o 00
Best collection iron castings, Knoxville Iron
Best dozen brooms, Wm Taylor, 3 00
Best skirting leather, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best harness leather, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best bridle leather, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best sole leather, Knoxville Leather Co, 2 00
Best upper leather, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best kip leather, Knoxville Leather Co, di
ploma Best calf skin leather, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best seating leather (calf) Knoxville Leather
Best calf skin in hair, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best specimen belting, Knoxville Leather Co,
Best horse collaf , Knoxville Laather Co, 2 00
Best blacksmith's bellows, Knoxville Leather
Co, 5 00
Best calf skin tanned in six days, W H Tur
ley (special mention)
Best six sides skirting leather, Knoxville
Leather Co take special premium offered by T
O' Conner & Co, 23 00
Best horse Ehoeing, James Goins, 2 00
Best family sewing machine, (Singers) T A
Burrier, agent, diploma
Best manufacturing machine, (Singer's) T A
Burrier, agent, diploma
Beet washer and wringer, (10th Amendment)
Hoxsie & DePue, diploma
An invaluable remedy for emigrants and per
sons traveling or temporarily visiting malarious
distriets. is t ri fminil in Simmon' IAvpt Ttpcr-
ulator. If taken occasionally it will prevent
Ohms, ever, and injurious enects trom change
Untitling Sites for Sale.
I offer fur sale a few building sites, from five
to fifteen acres, on the Rutledge pike, and front
ing the Fair Grounds.
march31-dtf Jos. A. Mabrt.
Our Imprudence the Cause of Consump
tion. How many of us can date the cause of
our last 6ickness to either a crowded room, and
then coming out in a cold air, or wearing damp
clothes, causing a cough which settles upon the
lungs, producing seated pains in the chest Al
len's Lung Balsam will check the disease and
restore health to the system, if only used in
Remember and call at the Drug Store for Al
len's Lung Balsam. Every family should keep
it at hand.
Mothers. Mothers. Mothers.
r Don't fail to procure MRS. WINSLOWS
SOOTHING SRYUP for all diseases incident
to the period of teething in children. It re
lieve the child from pain, cures wind colic,
regulates the bowels, and, by giving relief and
health to the child, give rest to the mother.
Be sure and call for
"MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having the facsimile of "Curtis & Perkins''
on the outside wrapper. All others are base
Have your Shoes made at Spofford's.
CLOTIIIXG AT WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
At Christian & Miller's, Jfo. 161 Gay St,
We have a fine stock of Ready Made Cloth
ing. Cloth, Casmere und Vestings, and every
article kept in a first-class clothing establish
ment While we sell at the lowest figures, great
inducements offered to merchants to sell again.
Give us a call, as all we ask is a trial, as we are
determined to sell.
We also make suits in the best manner and at
the lowest prices. xl2-d4t
v ' - J '
The immense superiority of the Mathushek
Piano Fortes is acknowledged wherever intro
duced. The following report of the Awarding
Committee at the Bradley County Agricultural
and ilechanical Fair, just closed, is a specimen:
"We, the undersigned Awarding Committee
on musical instruments, at the Bradley County
Agricultural and Mechanical Association, un
hesitatingly announce that the 3Iathushek Piano
Fortes, exhibited by 3Iessrs. Hughes & Bryan,
are decidedly superior to any Hiano Fortes we
have ever examined or have come under our
notice, both in their superiority and peculiar
excellence of construction and their remarkibly
rich, powerful purity and sweetness of tone
in a word, they justly merit all the improve
ments claimed for them.
John C. Wood,
Miss Bessie 31cGhie,
Mrs. Fannie Wallace."
Prof. H. 3Iylius, of Cleveland, Tennessee,
says : "After a thorough examination, I must
acknowledge that the Mathushek Pianos sur
pass anything I have ever heard, either in tone
or construction. The improvements are entire
ly 2hilosophical and scientific and are of the
most valuable and convincing character."
Messrs. Hughes & Bryan, of Chattanooga,
Tennessee, are the General Southern Agents.
Send for circular ana price list
Joseph Haynes is Agent for Knoxville and
upper East Tennessee, and Prof. Mylius, Agent
for Cleveland, Tennessee. xl2d2t
Have your Boots made at Spofford's.
WIIOL.ESAL.E MARKET REPORT
, CORRECTED DAILY BT
WILLIAM II. WILSON,
Produce and Commission Merchant,
ATc Ghee Block, Knoxville, Tenn.
Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 1G, 1871.
Our Grain market has a little better feeling, but no
Southern demand. Dried Fruit is very active and
much higher, and is readily taken by dealers at quota
Cors Sacked. 70 cents.
Oats sacked in depot 45(50c.
Rye nominal at 70 cents.
Flour local demand ; $7.00, 87.4aS.OO.
Bacox Nominal at 9c. for Hog round ; hams, 12c,
side?, 9Kc. shoulders, 7c.
Lard prime 106912J4.
Dried Fruits Apples, 03 07 per ft; Peanhe?,7f!9c
Feathers Prime oct?60c; prime mixed 4yooc.
Butter 20(5) 25c.
Egos Good demand, lS?20c.
Irish Potatoes 6ric.
Timothy Seed S.0O per bushol.
Clover Seed $7.50 per bushel.
Beef Cattle -Vifiiv. gross, as to quality and con
dition. Hogs Nothing doing.
Knoxville Retail Market.
" green 8Cca15?bu.
Butter J5ij ?ft
Bacon .. 1012j?B
Beeswax 2530 f R
Beef on hooi 2 3B
Candles, '$tb 15
Cotton Yarns, ido?!.S1015
Corn, old... 6575f!bu
Chickens, each 1520
Eggs, doz 15a 2o
Fodder, cwt 1.00
Hay.cwt 650 75
Hides green, fi... 8 10
" dry 14 16
Codfish, 1Uh in 12)4
Leather. $Ib &5 40
Lard, ?tb........ 15 la?j
Molasses, gal.CO 75
ileal, old- busJJ01.00
Oa?s, "0 bus-. .35 40
" fwt 70 80
Peas stock. bus 60 75
" white, do l.O)
Potatoes sw't?b 751.00
Peaches dried.'fTO 4
Rice, 8 - 12g lo
Snirnr rrnahpfl. Wth 18
extra C... WjVi
- PR 15
S'hucks, cwt...- 1.00
Tea, 75 2.0 J
Turpentine," gal 45 60
Tallow, tt-...12 15
Vinegar. ? gal 40 50
Sew York Market.
"eav York, Oct 14. 3Ioncy easier; To; cur
rency to gold, weaker; borrowers are paying
commission ; closing quotation, 4a5o. Gold,
Sl.142al.14J. Sterling, 7ia8c. Governments,
02s, $1.48. States, very weak. Tennessees,
Go ; new 041 ; Virginias, o9 ; new, 08. Louisi
anas, G5; new, 58; Levees, 90; 8s, 80. Alabama?,
100 ; os, 08. Georgias, 80 ; 7s, 90. North Caro
linas, 08; new, 20. South Carolina?, 72; new,
New York, Oct 14. Cotton, weak; sales,
2,934 bales of uplands at iS'ic: Orleans, 20 J c
Flour. Southern, closed quiet, buyers refusing
to pay the advances ; common to fair extra,
S7.2oa9.00; good to choice, $7.95a9.2-3. Whis
ky, dull ; 95c. Wheat closed quiet ; winter red
Western, 58a02c. Corn closed quiet; 79a80c.
Pork, $13.50. Lard, easier : kettle, 102c.
Sales of cotton for future delivery, 1,120 bales,
to be delivered as follows: In October, at 19ia
i, i, lo-lGc ; November, 192all-lG, l:MG, 2c ;
December, 19Jal3-lG, 11-lGc; January,19al3-10c.
St. Louis Market.
S r. Lo cis, Oct 14. Flour and Corn, quiet
Pork, $18.00. Bacon, steadjT ; Shoulders, 7a7c;
clear sides, 8a8Ic. Lard, 9ia9Jc. Whisky J2Jc.
Louisville, Oct 14. Bagging, quiet; in
round lots, lOJaUJc. Flour, firm. Corn, 50a
ooc. Pork, quiet Bacon, firm. Whisky, 91c.
BUY THE GENUINE
More than 250 Different Modifications.
AGENTS ALSO FOR THE BEST ALARM MOSEY DRAWER
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
232 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
FAIRBANKS, BROWN & CO.,
US MILK STREET, BOSTON.
For Sale by leading narnware Dealers.
T. F. GRDIALDI,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Corner Clinch and Gay Street?, (formerly corner of
. . . Church and Gay Streets.)
Respectfully informs his friends and old customers
he would be pleased to see them at his new place.
Orders solicited for all kinds of work and satisfaction
NEW EAST TENNESSEE CLOVER.
300 BUSHELS NEW TIMOTHY.
200 " ORCHARD GRASS.
200 " HERDS or RED TOP.
2 " KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS.
2,000 SECOND HAND 2 BUSHEL BAGS.
3,000 " " 3 "
Seel Wheat, Oats, Barley and Bye.
BLANCH ARD CHURN. FARM WAGON. $100.
HOUGH fc CIU'RCII, Seedsmen,
aug 19- Aw3m , Ksoxyillk. Tixs.
BLUE- MOUNTAIN ROUTE
- VIA -
Selma, Rome & Dalton R.R.
AND ITS CONNECTIONS,
Shortest and Most Comfortable
MO It ILK,
NEW OR LEANS,
Vnl all Point in Texas.
PuUmans Palace Cars
Lynchburg to Mobile,
Calera and Montgomery,
Time to Montgomery and Mobile,
Eight Hours and Twenty Minutes
Less than by any other route.
Time to Xew Orleaas,
Lcsa than by any other route.
THE POPULAR AND MOST EXPEDITIOUS
To Texas & Northern Louisiana.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH
TICKETS to all points on the route may be obtained
at the Ticket Office of the East Tennessee. Virginia and
EMIGRANT TICKETS by this favorite route for
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