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noibtlle Mtcchln calbtg imtt bxou Ic : Mcfcncstian, (Ortobtr. 13, 1875,
Krenttlll Whlir Fetnl.ll-ilinl Ism.
KMilllle 4 hroiilclr r)nlillli'l 1S70.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1.1, 1S75.
I"IlCl..a ,v:I VvVlJ M.
r DAY Continued.
In the stuck departments Mr
lleuson, of Knox county, lias entered
a . year el l siallioii, 2 marcs mi. I colli.
.mil H veai I mi: till v lv .Malirv s Helmet
lie nlso has on exhibition u line hull.
Mr. YY. 15. l.cnes, same county, ha
a mare und suckim; colt, also 1 'ami 2
year olds from the same.
Mr. Homer Smith has -2 colts, 1 ami
2 year olds.
Mr. K. Tilldle lias a mare ami coll
!nl Mii'kini,' mule.
Mr. Titidie has two inni.-, ami a 2
year old filly.
J. 1!. Cross has a pair of mul.
W.O. ( iallai:lier has it mule and mule
colt, a tine Miillion, a .jn-k, jeiinetls
and h young jack.
H. H. Love lias a very line stallion.
1. 1. Swan, it mare and c lt.
Ii. S. Keener, n pair of mules.
W. M. Walking, a line ftalli in.
Mr.H.S. I'ayne exhibits a tine Devon
cjw ami hull calf from t he same.
Mr. 11. H. Hulihard has entered a
fine thorough hred JUi lishi.-e sow and
Mr. Kolf Saunders iias two IWk
shire pigs, very tine.
M. 1j. Smith has two Hams, one
isnropshire ami the other jutlidow n,
and two Cotswold ewes.
The Mock entered so far is all from
Knox county, hut it was expected that
there would lie a jrnodly number of ar
rivals from other counties last evening
and this morning, and that there will
be a larger display In this line than on
any previous year.
ON' THK THAI K.
At '2 o'clock precisely the crowd ad
journed to the track, where the con
tests for t lie various prizes as an
nounced hy the programme of yester
day were to take place.
l ne nrst on the programme was the
rein test for the fa-test' walking iiorse,
for which the following persons made
J. H. Smith, Kmh Tomlie, 11. S.
Smith, W. j; iwmaii and Spot Mc
C'ltiuj:. The judges we iv Sanim I Met 'amp
hell, U . C. Doyle and J. J. Keese.
The prize was won by Spot Mc
C'lnng. Next was the foot race for the Shep
ard prize f 'l.oo in money. C. 15. Gos
sert, V. S. Johnson and I,. Merritt
were appointed judges, and the follow
ing weie the contestants: Samuel
Stausberry, Martin ami We.itherford.
The race was won by Stan-berry und
the prize awarded him.
Then came tiie walking conte.-t for
the vestal prize a gentleman's outfit
worth S-o for which there were 17
entries, as follows : Kev. H. J. Norton,
Kobt. Armstrong, 15. 1'. Foster, W. li.
Dusk, V. S. 1'ormault. Alfred Harris,
Wash Morrow, W. IX. Light, (i. F.
ios.-ett, W. S. Harris, C. is. Co-sett.
James Allison, W. 1' Martin, Harvy
Klliott, J. 11. Hawser, J. 11. Smith,
and John Dewcllen. The special
Judges chosen for the occasion not I
being present, W. J. MeMahon, C. E. I
Dunn, and John Howell, were cho-en I
to decide it. The cditi si was decided
in favor of W. S. Harris. Time, 7:
Next was tile walking race for the
Hope A; Miller prize, a 2i -i! ver watch,
with the same Judges ii.s in the Vestal
prize. Entro-s, W. S. Haiiis, Alfred
Harris, VY. S. Fonnault. atol J. 11.
Smith, Alfred Harris winning tiie
race. Time not noted.
The shooting match for the Lu 1 1 re! 1
prize, a s'l') pistol, was decided ia favor
of K. J. Scruggs.
It is earnestly requested that all
entries for this exercise be made by 4
o'clock this (Wednesday) evening.
The shouting will take place on the
fair grounds ut 2 o'clock p. m., Thurs
day and promises to be a most excit
ing contest. We huve been bhowu an
Ingenious trap o he used on the occa
sion. Hand in your names to-day,
boys, or you may Le too late.
The grand rejoicing over the fair
weather of Tuesday was suddenly
turned into mourning yesterday morn
ing by heavy showers of rain and un
til noon it was feared that the Fair as
a crowd was concerned would be an
entire failure, near noon it cleared up
and people heean to arrive, hut unfor
tunately for the Fair, before anything
like a respectable crowd had anived, it
U-gali to rain again. It was certainly
a misfortune, for all tiiat is necessary
now is it crowd to si e w hat is exhibited
iiii: km: mi uo
has never le-i n equal!" 1 in tl.i- city
since the war.
The entri-.-s in ( Very department
continued with unabated int Test, and
the people-eeni :d determined to make
a good show, v. hi-im-r any one came to
nee it or not. i a the
I I.OKA I. hlit'A HT V UN 1
Mrs. Rutler luadj coli-ideral.ic an ii
tioi.s, by briti'.-ing out another t-clee-tion
of choieu li'jweis and .-in uboery,
and a iiistii; -; md witli nnne sixty
dilferent kinds of foliage i lauW. Tb.a
department iiu- been v. ell u'.lendo j to,
and rell-.-cts credit on all wlio liad any
thing to do with it.
TIIK ( KOI XJ I I-Ooli
Presented a crowded condition, as
many articles had been added to the
display of the previous day.
Messrs. Hawkins, Rutt and Co.
brought out several Charter Oak
Stoves, the advantages of which are
told in their advertisement in the
(,'IIKONK i.k, and complete outfits of
A rustic seat was entered by some
one and its tjualities tried by many.
Mr. W. P Elliott exhibits a genuine
Home person has a large owl on ex
hibition. Nelseu Iirothers, ornamental iron
workers, made a giand display of their
The vehicles of Fechner Iirothers,
of Chattanooga, showed off thli Door
to al vantage, and were generally ad
mired. Mr. Fechner stops at the La
fmar House, and any one wishing any
I nformatlon on the subject of their
' work, will And him ready to give it.
The Washington county Pottery
liave a floe display of their work.
A nursery lias a splendid J Isplay of
There is quite an increased display
of agricultural products to he seen on
seconii l i.oon.
I llus llonrls the . .ief attraction o Iluv,.r ,,.,, ,,,,; , East Ten n - "
I far. as the . ,sp ay is the tincst we have , . Wh ;(!u, w ,
VrZulZ r 'r "r ",,y '"tliewcalher Will be such L o' n d e
gr.u In East lennesse. I our cit Izeii-to go out and enfov it
I 1 1 would he a matter of impossibility : '
i for the limited space of a daily paper to ! aiikk fi.lt n. b iv,,i:"ikm
! give all I lie additions made In Uns (Ic
partmetit, or r-port every entry. Near-
i an die avaiiaoic space lias iieen oc
ipicd by some at t ii le for ex hi bit ion.
The dipln y js uni eisally admitted to
lie ihe tine.-t ever m nle in the build
ing. Our attention lias been called lo
a few iniicle-, w hieu we will mention
in addition to thoe mentioned m ves-
teida ' isue :
Mr YV i; ,.:-(ia!e, cierl; at theAtkin
House, sleiW- S'VensI specimens of
1 euccrian penmanship, showing bin)
to lie an adept Willi the pen, especially
so us be savs be has never t.iUen an
boor's b--nn by a writing master.
A girl 1 1 Veins old shows some beau
ti fu I paper ilowers.
Mis. Cbas. Y. Del'ue has smile .e;,u
tii'ul wax work, in the shapeof cro cs.
There arc several line photo-crayon
portraits, by Messis. Si hleier it lii'aii-.
sou ; ul-o a uumlier ot stereoscopic
views of Montvale and White dill'
Springs, by Mr. T. M. Schleier.
In the depirtnient of art there are a
large number of line pictures, which
mu-t he seen to he appreciated. We
Could i.ot learn the names of parties
There is also a line display of wax
work by ilill'erent panics.
The display of paper flowers is very
large and complete, and of as line wm k
as we have ever seen.
The lady who made the imitation
clothing, showing what people were
o'l years ag
'yir- " -irinur, oi
Mr. J. W. Shell shows a specimen of
penmanship of the Speticeriaii style.
Mrs. Temple shows a line worsted
I Messrs. MeMulleu t Craig, have a
I chow case of articles from their store.
'-There is a pood display of minerals
i on tins Moor.
j M r. D. C. Shepard shows specimens
'of his wot k in baby caskeis aid plates
I l'i .r ei fVi 1 1 u A"i
Mrs. 1'.. T. Yeager. of Washington
county, shows sonic hand, cute frames
of her make
Mr. It. A. Kellar has i; varieties of
wood from one farm, all ingenuously
put together by blocks. Tins should
be taken to the Centennial.
Mr. Stephen Munding has a beauti
ful work-box made of different kinds
Mrs. Middleton, of Wa.-hingtun
county, has a large di.'play of jellies.
Mrs. Cramp Smith has a good dis
play of jellies, fruits, marmalade, &c.
Mr. (jieoi go McPherson, of Washing
ton county, brought over Id') pounds
of butter from dillcrcut parties in
Mrs. Elliott shows a counterpane lit)
years old wove by her mother, and the
Has was spun by her grand mother. Jt
is a good counterpane yet.
Miss Eva I'owell, of vVashiugton
county, has !4 beautiful Masonic apron
Mrs. Denton, 70 years of age, exhib
,r 'nme ,iliu J ''
-"- Mahry entered i
it her Weaving,
Irs. Jame- Cioodrich shows some
rie'i end rohb ry, a coat of crms.
Mr. E. 1'. Harris exhibits somef.ne
Mrs. Eambright exhibits some 1
! tl (--
ly embroidered ladies underwear.
Mi.sEiJa McKiunev, of
I I ..,,-1 i ., I
county, ;i pair of sofa cushions, headed
nn l crochet u-orlc. I
I M iss Chester, of Washington coun
! ty, shows a specimen of needle work
j on a small piece of linen containing
i tJ.ll'l.nod stitches.
Mr. J. E. Estes, of J inesbormigh,
shows a splendid pair of boots of his
Mr Elam of Jonesboro, shows a line
set of harness.
The Knoxville Pottery, Weaver
Drothcrs, have a flue display of their
work on this floor, and the veritable
"little brown jug" a doublejug water
on one Hide and something else on the
Mrs M Rutherford has an agricultur
al wreath made of every kind of seed
imaginable. It is certainly befitting
the occasion, it being an agricultural
fair. In this connection we would state
that the citizens have gotten up large
motto of evergreen fastened to the
front of the building "Orangers Wel
come," which is certainly appre
ciated by all Ihe member. of
the onlei, and all say Knoxville
has done nobly, and indeed, rhe has
(lone nobly. Never have any people
taken hold of an i ntcrptiza witli more
zeal than the people of Knoxville have
this Fair, und it is hope-. I, if there
ever existed a feclin;; .f j.-ttlousy be
tween tbe farmers and tic- resident:, of
the city, tliiil after th; Fair it will
have pa-.-c.l away. So mote u be. Rut
a-ki.o; n.idm i .1' this liigr niou. we
will rfttirn i.j 1 oi- d.sji
ay on the sec-
i ot;d 11 .or.
'l'li 1:1 in of Dalltis & ( Nmii-r loak.;
udisi.iy from lio-ir milincry !-.t,-:
Mr. Alvin Jli.rlon li;.,s a s!;i,w
1 fil l of .;o'nls I'rolll his ( st.i'.li-luiii'ilt.
j W. J. White Jo (. 0. htivc a di.-.l.iy of
; liorsf cula: s from tin i r lu.ni i ;!' .'! .,iy
Mr. l;in;kluiid txhilits, insidi-H his
ili.- iuy Mj.oki-n of yi-tiTdav. two i.ov
I 1 I li.rtols, (jiic .:iil,., " 1T;,'' u:oi the
(ithcr " J; i-f, ;" nlsooni-of Winn's pa
' lent door loi ks, fur w hioh lie ii irent.
1 iiml wl.leli is Htiid to he hiirj'lar-jiroof,
; some watch ami i loi l; oil, and u ati m
J watrli l;iy of lii-own inve;:lioii.
.'omo one has u liumher of snmll
I lia-kfts, of evouisitH workiiiitiisliin.
ami .Siurjiti, of Wutihiiistou county,
savs he wiintrf them ' iiolf'.'d " It'
lai'lv made them, i-he Inav look oof f,.r
"r-.urK.," for li In Hi) taken with the
hiiskctM )u will be looking after tin:
maker, lie isn't nmrrinl, either, they
Mr. 1'. Vunck linn a display of
lirooina, of Liu munufacture, on exhis
The display of butter La never been
equalled in thin county, uml it la naid
that there la over 1,000 pound on the
The dlHplay of bread, cakes, blucuitH,
ronn, ruK, tic, ih also very large.
The display of fruits, iellies. pre-
gerves, jrrajieH, apjih-H, picklea, liouey,
and everything of that nature Is hard
The uhow of quilts, counterpanes,
blankets, carpets, etc., Ih very large
We do not pretend to say that the
above Is anything like a correct report
of all the articles brought in yester
day, hut Is as correct as any one can
give without just going to tlieHecreta-
i rv s ImnK mul cnnim? everv nntrn u,i
for that we have not the space.
A lll.HVU Ut.lt.lll ,1 LulluK .liul.... I
were a few
' clemency of the day . .
i Would have been Illole.
M r. t ieo. llroWll CXllbe -i
baker thi Colli
I VanoiiJ iitbt r articles in i
i Ho- Kingston l'(e.n.
Win ks make a large di.- f
1 consisting of all sizes and .
! illg plow-, lii.l-ide plows.
y i f plows,
os. of tuni-
balk mill id ll.i
o w u
Mr. D. I'.Idridge, our cinerprisi ng
Carriage and buggy manufacturer, in
tended to have a uirtln r display in his
line but whs hindered by the lain.
If the weather permits he will be on
STOCK 111 P A K IM K. NT.
Tiie entries in the stock department
weie largely increased yesterday, and
the stalls especially for horse and cow
brutes were most all tilled, and but for
out the day yesterday, no doubt there
tiiealniost continuous rainfall through
would have been still more, and there
would have been by fur the largest
display of stock that was ever made on
any previous occasion. As it is the
display is fully up to if not ahead of
that of any pievious year.
Among the entries" we notice Hon.
O. P. Temple litis a very IIdo herd of
of Jersey cattle, consisting of three
cows and two calves, and they are
indeed line specimens of this fa'milv
of ,.llt, k,
Mr Kolf S
Saunders has ileeidedlv
the largest display m the way of stock
on the ground. He has two celebrated
stallions, "Gobi Dust" and the Special
''Haniiltoiiian." He also bason exhi
bition a thorough bred mare, purchased
from Mr E E" Dorsey of Kentucky,
which is the mother of the celebrated
horse, "C!olil Dust," fur which Mr Dor-
j sey the owner relu--ed Sl.'i.uilt) a short
I lime before he died. 1 1 ij has also a lj ne
I herd of Ayt r-hire cattle, a bull, 2 cows
j and calves, and also the hog Joe John
ston, which has taken the "sweep-
stakes" p::.e at the fair for the last two
The College Agricultural farm t-hows
- Ii n hull-, tiie "Governor Setiter,"
Jersey, and a line Devon.
Mr Jones, of the Deaf and Dumb
Asylum, exhibits 5 milch cows, as line
as can be found any where, one in par
ticular which has a bug fully ns large
as a bushel measure, and gives an un
limited quantity of milk.
Rob Armstrong, Knox county, has a
large pair of work oxen.
Mr U T Mynatt, Knox county, has
2 line mares and a coltr.
Thos Marliu, Knox county, enters 1
mule and a Jersey bull calf.
J M McNutt, Knox county, I mare.
Mr Dyer, ll iwkins county, a very
tine harness horse, which was txhihi
te.l in tiie harness.
Messrs Cox it Eovc, Rlount county,
a line Morgan stallion; and also .Mr.
Thomson Cox, of tin? same county, a
yearling stallion of same stock.
W J Retterton, i.:' Roane county,
shows a line colt.
J W Everett, lSlotmt county, a flack
stallion, and also a gelding niaie.
Mr (i W St John, Washington
county, exhibits a large short horn
" "O H
1 1, , . 1. .. ... I... 1 1 ,.l.l..l.
is indeed a tine
specimen of this kind of stock
Mr Stratton, Monroe county, also
shows a large hull.
John Starkley, lias a line Alderncy
S;'m Portrait!, of Rogersville, enters
a sow and pigs of the' Chester white
family, w hich are indeed real beauties.
There were a few otherentries in the
stock line, w hich we failed to gut ow
ing to the heavy storm that came up
while we were on the rouuds, and con
tinued almost during the entire even
ing. IMl'OKTANT ACTION OK OKFlCbKK AM)
The Ollicers and Directors of the
East Tennessee Division F'air, met at
their office at 1 o'clock l. M., Wednes
day, October Cth, 1873. Rev. Mr. Han
dier in the chair.
Maj.J. C. Murphy was appointed
superintendent of stock.
Mr. J. D. Halford Department of
R. C. Carter Department of Ilorti
Mrs. S. E. Pickering, Mrs. M. ICen
lier, Miss Sue E. D. akins, Miss Nellie
II ull'akur Ladies' Department.
R. A. F.tiiii Matena! and Manu
factures. A. E. J'.iiint -iK-paitmi nl.
Prof. M. C. Puller-Dep:i
M i n. rat- u,,d M in, s.
b:o. P. Crolleb Dep. . tun
CUlldl ,.l I Uiplements,
T. J. Mason il.-pai tuicliL M
J. ('. (iilie.-p: -Ex
( eo. V. Mabry and
Ail of w lioia ate r ijiie.-ti-d Id be al
the groiiiics by V o'clock A. M.
.''i''Vo, 'liui! wihI.i urgently lot
I 1 .'l'",v i ( j ui'si ii... hum lies.- : Kviii.F, A.l-n v. A-., v V L Ka'crt.-lo.-ii
or h.noxvdii' to closi-Li,: ir ; 1 ii-r.-. ; nlil'i: !. IHI.I,
' !' t.iisiiii ,-s ,t 12 o'cio, t. ,i on ! I N ' 1- t-V-'1' 11 .U'l-i.AllINd 1
i 1 lii'liK-ii I'. .!. nl ;, !l day.
i ::A--aI jlir'h'.r, 'J'liat the 1 1 lalll.-i
of thw i.sso.-iimon are liwel.y IM.t
IM-artlly tend :li-i to the pcipie of the
city oi Knoxville, lnr the ample man-
; !lt-r I II W I I It'll I III- U I -. Cl. .Ill,l.,,l'l,,rl Ii, I I
;- , ...... "...(", ,v.
i tir, uuu especially lliose ladles who
I have so assiduously aided in the decor-
i Utioti, uml ormiim ntatioli
of our ball.
Jti.i'jlvud, that eui h oriraiii.ed mili
tary company of Kast Tennessee, cons
lending for the citizens prize, of $100,
he admitted free to the grounds on
Thursday, that being the dav of the
About 2 o'clock, Chief Marshall
Meek announced that the procession
of stock would take place at once, so
the crowd adjourned to the track where
the grand procession was formed,
headed by the baud mounted in a
wagon, and furnishing Home splendid
music, and owing to the bad condition
of the track from the continued rain
fall, they did not go all around but
marched across to the building, around
in front of it and back to the stalls.
It was Indeed a "Rraud procession,"
comprizing almost every head of etocn
on tliegrounils, arranged In regular or
der, and forming a procession of about
half a mile In length.
Immediately after this, the Mar
shal called for entries in ihe pacing
mid trotting races announced in the
programme, but their b. log no entries
ID eltner, tbev weie both nosi leu.u.l .
imlelillitely, us was -d
the prize by boys un i
The grand foot i e
pi i;:e Was also pus! pi n
I tie I lack hej ig III -lie
tion. Sri tb-Ce we...
the tuck at. all.
At tour o'cliiek Ho
'be ridin .' for
... . i
r 2 year-,
for ti.e i:M cash
I'd liil i. tnir da ,
II I. lad Celi.il.
lm the baby show, I ii. i
i powei lul slot in id'
that it was imposs.b'e i
aid there being but lev,
the ground, this w.i-i
hut will Ic- duly auiioui
l it i: .M l'. to. .
' i i i 1 1 g ,
.I. tits on
' Pool d,
Tt.c i.iusi fur i oe oci
i i - icing
liirni-iied by lh" M
McM inn count y, in
of Mr. (,eor;;..
Yen! P.aud lr,,ii,
ler the le ci,-ihip
Mat I,,.-!;, -phis
Hand was only oigiuized in 1)
usi, not one oi the member.- ev
ing hold (d tl liotn Mlioe scarceliv
! Taking all these things into consiilcrii-
tion and also the fact that thev are all
! " f irmer boys," iau I thi v wei'e selict-
ed tiy .Mr. (. harltou lor the occasion,
principally on this ground, it being a
" farmers fair,") and have but lilile
' ''.'"J". f"r l"',u't'l,'. they deserve great
v.e.jii nn me iiiauiu r in wnieii lliey
are acfpiitting thcmselvts. In fact the
music the " hoys " are furnishing is
splendid and as good as could be de
sired for such an occasion and we feel
safe In saying that they can take the
"shine" oil' of anything between
Knoxville and Chattanooga.
I Continued on Third I'ur.
BURP. & TERRY,
OR ESSE!) ,:! 8,8 S,
West Ii erb o n r cl i n
o.'.TciiKi' iia:;:ii.i:.-;. .-'Pukes,
Vc low P..
, 1'ii e uuJ A.-h,
Wo oifer to the Merchants
of East Tennessee and sur
rounding country a very large
stock of CLOTHING, carefully
selected to suit this market.
Our prices aro as low as
thoso of any Eastern House
and our terms equally favor
able. "We will retain the Retail
Branch of our business, and
shall endeavor to continue to
i-j j i: iv vriii:r.r.
G u ii c s ti o !
. Cii in i.i i' i, a :
" '..,l.-. i,.,.
i. Al. .KIIS, W
In Chancery at Sevicrvillc
, Ml sa.l tv.l.ii:,.l .Saucy I.. Kvmn am nuliTo i
,J" ". '"tint tin, milm.ry .i-
p.mili. :i'ii,j, In. nn ie ..r I ir cur.-ocnt ve weeks,
i ,n. '.''' 1,11 ,,XI 'V" ' '' l-ly ' 1 I'linnncic. u
' . - - 1 " ' . ' 1 " .v.i ii v .
lljnn t ,,,,,, ,vl, t,S(11 ri, r,,.
loil! ill !ri;, i,.. I,,
ii.e ir tl.e uti -e ul tlm l'. rk un.l .ki,-lsr, in
ttio c ;urt h'jil-o in iSevit rvillo rlei-r c.uuty,
'lciia( -ri:L'. nti .ir I ct'.rc the lirsl Mun.luy i. Oct.,.
liir next. Hid filp their answer (ir,tlicrw .-e ni:d.f
leieriM- In the Kunl hill, or the Httino h ill t,i tnken
..r cnufe-.f .1 mi,. t'i cuu-o s- t l r lie.innu ti
l.'irtu nn to thriu. lhisllio 2nh iluv ul Annul,
Ul': A true iu.y. V. P. UAsS, C. X M.
In Chancery at Itutledge, Tenn.
I3en. Peck, mlic'r, in-, v Jonepb Sutton nj oth
er Bill to oonttrue the will of
IS THIS CAI'fiK IT APPEAR.XO I'ROM
1 f)iiiiiHinnl' bill, which ii worn to, tbat
the deleiiiianl I'hillipH. huiluD l uD-reniileiit
of the Biuleof Xenn ee. lo tint the nrclilmry
lro"emof Ihw can not be pervert upoo hitn, it it
th ere 'ere ordered by the Muter that publinttioD
be mele, tiir tour eiji:ei!lv week, id tbe K noi
ville Whi Mnd Chroiiiole, notilyiiig iHid non
rrii lent deltilnnt to apprar before the chancery
Court at Kutiedg . o or before the third Mon
day of October Deit, und o,ake defeii to euid
bill, or the aauie wid be taken for uoDteaeeil tbd
et fur beariua ex (.arte.
C. C. SMITH. 0. k M.
r,r II. K. bmra. I) C. k 41.
KatlJe, fc'ejit.MiiTtj. ul'.wl
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR STANDARD
tirvnt. Durability witEi SSuiidsome Eksi.u;i3s.
And Giving PERFECT SATISFACTION Everywhere.
MADE ONLY BY
..XC Ivl .SlOli MAN Ul-A.CTUH INC C( )..
612, 611, 610 & 618 II. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
F.VCbt SIVKt.Y Sltf.li 11V
HAWKINS, BUTT 5 CO.,
vUn.vweoiU wL'm MMIVVII t.V.. TKWHSUKK.
10IEY! TliE! LABOR!
SAVED BY USING
WADSWORTH, MARTINEZ & LONGMAN'S
WUITU FOR INSIDE ASD nUTSl J,,!).-, IADE3. I N CANS OR KEGS.
We offer it with the mnrnnte; Hint it i- i -( a chemiciil paint, and contniin no imhr, va aV.au n
... , . V""'""'irm. nnH thst it is nn.re econoinicnl ilmn ary pint in the market!
W e inithmi, us h1... f iil ic -t to the nitifliirtion l all buyers. We aree to ro i.aint liny house with
1. nn-n i,. 11 tnio l.ca.1. or any other hito Lo ut, if our l'nints do not prove tutistactory
WADSWORTH, MARTINEZ & LONGMAN.
.ilHiiulaciurem a- d ImiurU-ra cl W Into l.en.1, l'uintn. Colors met Vnnodn "
. !. I 1 Ii . ;...,eral K, . Mossy CrZXi:luU Nw Yo,,,f-
J S ri:i.CIIKK. Knex-.,!!,..
Ml. A 1 l m KOiiK.-S. I,.. u.l. m.
C.AMI'I'.KLI,. UtNNK iAK ,v Co., ( lim
it f SI 'KdiilJ. Mveelwnter.
A 11 Mdi'i His. I'lnc 1111.I
Mot', Tlnvtarc. &t.
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
in their lire. JJuililera uf
CORNICE, WINDOW CAPS
Ilte-ii,r 1 iiieoraiiiins nn.l
Worker of ! very Dj-cri
Sl'C'iul Attention Vir.l tn
i;r.tK)I, liKE'MIS'S, t',
IRON & WOODEN PUMPS.
tSTKAM AMI HAS
I', r PI'KUC no.l riUVATK
'i he Keiiiintrton Hew
ing machine has siriinj
rapidly into favor, a-t
no.sHPPsinir the heist c.ini-
hiniition of "rood (jtiull
ties, viz: Id'ht niniuiir,
tiinooth, nciselesH, rapid,
durable, with perfect!
It is ashuttie Machine,
with Automatic Drop
Feed, Design beautiful
and eoiis-truc.iioii tin
V.-B are .re-nrl tn lurni.-h the Homimrtnn
.,i'',ry U Mt I' r five ycr.-. A lili
fiulfd. 1 c hai'e on ih:
' c fHM
;TIi Cliarapion Wheat Drill for $75. GO,
J,1;0,ri','1"'"'C'1 ,-VATr CAST 'l'")V- """'Icli'iiiril nirilMOXIi "IXUKX" STKKLPl.OW.wnr-
The Grange Two-Horse Thimblj
I Wa-riinti-.l. !. t.. 1'ir (,'ircul.irf lo
! l , ,v
Grocer .& Produce Merchant,
orthcast Corner Market Square. Opposite City Hall, Knoxville.
HAT3 AND SHOES,
Stapi eancl Fancy Groceries,
Kant Slrte Mar 't Kiiuarc, Knov vlllc. Ten si
fiiodi ell niw. and will l.o mid at the lowest cash iiricfn, Produco Inker, in w..k,, -r
I II. I, i: Pill I si A Mi Mi: ASIUKSUIA SAN I KKIi ': iHKen in exbanei fur kcods
EAST TENNESSEE BOOK HOUSE.
WILLIAMS, STURCES & CO.,
WHOLES A I.K AND RETAIL UKALKKS IN
Cap Letter and Note l'apera. Kuvelopes, InklJ, Blatea, ic.
Chromos and Picture Framea, 'J'hu J.arcest K toe i ,,f
AVall Paper lo Kast Tenn. Hcho'ol and ColleKeText iLkl
Ml H H Ar- CAM 111 Y AT I.OWrST JOBBIHN' HATt.
Aro Economy in Price,
Quick Uniform Baking,
X T S :
l.l V ATT .V PICKl'Y. Mn..y Ci-eek.
M'h.MT-.lt fi IlltilrtX. Urioiioii p.
A U UW INN .v CO . I'.n.lnik-e.
.1 .1 full, .V CO., .M:,nt II, r,li.
J.C.JOHNSTON, Traveling Agent.
i .-.! 1111 ,v ( 'i.. j; a l-cirv.
: t i
IiriUUXli? imulo a SPECIALTY.
isi U Vj' Bub
Ilcmingloii Ko. 1 Ma
chine for family use, in
the third year of its ex
istence, has met with a
more rapid increase of
ratio of sales than nnv
Machine on the market.
Iveinitigtnu No. '2 Ma
chine, for manufactur
ing and family use
ready for delivery only
since June. 1ST4 for
raiifje perfection and
variety of work, is with
' out it rival in family or
- nd U-
Iiiim fomi th i. Olfioe ami to nr.y lu.ily.
Q ti.r j-ll, -wl cii.-y 1 1 a y in . Ii t s on tiluf-
Skein Wagon for $75.00.
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