ANOTHER COUNTERFEITER CAUGHT.

It Seems As Though There Is A Well
Organized Gang About Chattanooga.
Deputy Marshall Eaves has arrested a
young man named Burns on the charge
of counterfeiting. He is thought to be an
accomplice of Dodson, who was captured
in Dayton Wednesday with his pockets
filled with the spurious coins.
The evidence against Burns is very
damaging, and there seems to be no doubt
of his guilt. The money is a miserable
imitation, and it is strange anyone would
accept it. The dollar pieces are full of flaws
and regular feather weight, which a blind
man could detect. Everything indicates
that there is a well-organized gang
somewhere in the vicinity of Chattanooga.
Three men have been arrested and are
now in jail here on the charge of shoving
the "queer'. The officials are mystified
over the amount of counterfeit money being circulated and are using
every effort to break up the gang.


A PRINTER'S BAD BREAK.
He Attempts to Force An Entrance to a
House and Finally Lands in Jail.

A. J. Temple, a tramp printer, who came to
the city about thirty days ago, has gotten
himself into a bad scrape. Thursday
afternoon he got on a spree and
proceeded to paint Stone Fort. Late at
night he went to a house where a
colored family named Montgomery
resided. When refused admittance he
proceeded to kick in the front door, but was stopped by a woman whom he
assaulted and she alleges with criminal
intention. The police were notified but did
not succeed in capturing the drunken
fellow until yesterday afternoon. Policeman
Bates found him at a dive kept by a
negro named Callie Inman and lodged
him in jail. Temple will have a trial today.


HIGHLAND PARK Sale Today, at 10
o'clock a.m. Free conveyance from our
office, and free lunch on the grounds.
Go out. Frierson & Scott.

THE SWEDENBORGIAN DENOMINATION TO ESTABLISH A
CHURCH IN THIS CITY.
Another new church is to be established
in this city. It will really be the Sweden-
borgian denomination, but will be known
as the New Church. It will be the only
one of that kind in the South and
Chattanooga will be made general
headquarters. A minister from New York
has been appointed to come to this city
and take charge of the work. There are
a number of the sect about the city and
they will make a strenuous effort to build
a church with what assistance they will
receive from abroad. The minister will
arrive in a few weeks and a hall will be
secured for the present in which to hold
services.

THE GRAIN ELEVATOR.
To Be Completed and Ready to Receive
Grain in Thirty Days.

Captain Cheek, of the firm of Cheek, Eakin
& Co., who are building the large grain
elevator, was in the city yesterday. The work is now under good
headway, and is being vigorously pushed to completion. Mr. J. L. Allnut,has the contract for the work, which is a guarantee that it will be done well. The machiney will arrive in a few days. Captain Cheek says the elevator will be ready to receive grain within thirty days.

NOT AS REPORTED.
To The Chattanooga TIMES:
I notice in today's issue of the TIMES
an article headed Up and Down, saying
that only one lime kiln was  running at
Graysville. Your information is incorrect;
all four of the kilns are in full blast.
The basket factory is full up with orders
and there is no complaint with the hands
and no strike is contemplated.
Very Respectfully, T. T. Wilson.

RESTRICTING THE COPS.
Policeman Shelow says he did not furnish
the money with which Sebe Chapman
purchased whiskey at Bell's saloon on
Sunday, June 20th.The Commission have
given instructions to the police that they
must not furnish money with which
persons may buy whiskey from the saloon
men on Sunday in order to make a case
against them.

FORGING AHEAD.
D. G. Crudup & Co., who have been mining
an furnishing iron ore at Inman, Tenn., to
the Tennessee Coal, Iron & Railroad
Company for more than two years, have
recently closed a contract to furnish that
company with over five hundred thousand
tons more, and have contracted with Rand
Drill Company,of New York, for a large
drifting plant. The gentlemen wlll commence building a railroad from the Kelly side-track to the new ore banks at once.  

CHOICE LOTS IN THE FIFTH WARD
AT AUCTION TODAY.
Allin Bros. will sell a number of choice lots
in the Fifth ward at auction today,
commencing at half-past one o'clock.
Several of the lots have good houses and
paying tenants. Bargains will be secured
by those who attend the sale.

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
H. T. Olmstead to H. C. Hulse and R.D.
Whitice, lots 6 and 7,Highland Park,$378.
E. M. Dodson and John A. Moon to
Virginia A. Fricks, et.al.,half of lot 26,
Chambers edition.

LAST NIGHT'S FIRE.
The fire alarm which was sounded  at
2:30 this morning was caused by a small
blaze at the Crow House. Both companies
responded promptly, but their services
were not required, as a few buckets of
water served to extinguish the flames.

STRAYED OR STOLEN.
A small red Jersey cow, tips of horns
almost meet. Liberal reward for return to
214 E. street.

Chattanooga Times, July 3, 1886

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