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GREAT SECEET KEYALED.
The Mystery About Morgan, the Mason,
at Last Solved. ,
Nfw Yobk. November 28. The
Sun to-.dav publishes an affidavit,
signed by the late Thurlow Weed,
and sworn to by him on September
28th last, givirig the full history of
the abduction ana aeatn oi vvm.
Morgan, at Batavia, New York, in
1827, for the alleged revealing of the
secrets of Free Masonry. The arti
cle covers three columns, and , con
tains many statements and specula
tions already published, and many
and many others now made public
for the hrst time.
Kefering to the inquest held on
the body on the shore of Lake On
taiio, which was first thought to be
that of Morgan, and subsequently
that of Timothy Monroe,
MR. WEED SAY'S:
"Our committee took no part in
the third inquest, and the body, as
is known, was declared to be that of
Timothy Monroe, On the evening
of the day that the body was interred
at Batavia it was declared to be that
of Timothy Monroe. I went into
the illiard room of the Eagle Hotel
to see a f rjend from Ciarkeon. When
leaving the room, Ebenezer Griffin, a
prominent lawyer employed as coun
sel for the Masons, turned to me,
saying: 'Well, Weed, what will
you do for a Morgan now?' To
which I replied: 'That . is a good
enough Morgan for us till you
bring back the one you carried
"On the following morning the
Daily Advertiser, a Masonic organ,
contained a paragrap charging me
with having boasted that the body in
question was 'a good enough Morgan
until after the election.' That pern
version went the rounds of the Ma
sonic and Democratic press, awak
ening much popular indignation, and
subjecting me to denunciation, in
speeches and resolutions, at political
meetings and conventions. I suf
fered obloquy and reproach from
that wicked perversion for nearly
half a century. Indeed there is
reason to believe that even now,
when I am personally unknown
to the generations growing up, there
is a belief that I
MUTILATED A DEAD BODY
for political effect, and when exposed
boasted that it was 'a good enough
Morgan until after the election.' "
Mr. Weed referred to an interview
held at his residence one evening in
1831, at which were present CoL
Simon B. Hewitt, of Clarkson; Maj.
Samuel Barton, of Lewiston, and
John Whitney, of Rochester. The
subject of Morgan was then dis
cussed, and Weod. avers that Jewett
was prepared to testify that he fur
nished the carriage for-those who
weie conveying Morgan secretly
from Canand agua to Niagara. John
Whitney was one of the party. Bar
ton conveyed the party from Lewis-
ton to Fort Niagara. In the course
of the evening Jewett turned to
Whitney with emphasis and said:
John, what if you make a clean
breitsj; of it?" Whitney looked in
quiringly at Barton, who added, "go
Whitney then related in detail the
history of Morgan's abduction and
fate. The idea of suppressing Mor
gan'B intended exposure of the se-
crets of Masonry was first suggest
ed by a man named Johns, who Bug
gested that Morgan be placed on a
farm in Canada West. For this pur
pose he was taken to Niagara and
placed in the magazine of the fort
until arrangements for settling him
in Canada were completed. But the
Canadian Masions disappointed them.
After several meetings the lodge in
Canada opposite Fort Niagara made
a refusal to have anything to do
with Morgan, and left his kidnapers
greatly perplexed Opportunely,
the installment of a royal Arch
Chapter brought a large number of
enthusiastic Masons together. After
"labor," in Masonic language, they
retired to refreshments. .
UNDER THE EXHILERATION OF CHAMPAIGN.
and other viands, the Chaplain, Rev.
F. H. Cummings, of Rochester, was
calied on for a toast. Then he
responded with peculiar emphasis,
and in the language of their ritual,
"the enemies of our order; may they
find a grave six feet deep, six feet
long and six feet due east and west."
Immediately after the' toast, which
was received with great enthusiasm,
Col. William King, an officer of the
war of 1812, and then a member of
the Assembly from Niagara County,
called Whitney, of Rochester, How
ard, of Buffalo, Chubbuck, of Lewis
ton, and Gareide, Canada, out of the
room, and in a carriage, furnished
by Maj. Barton, they wtre driven to
Fort Niagara, repaired to the maga
zine and informed Morgan that the
arrangements for sending him to
Canada were complete, and that his
family would soon follow him. -MorT
gan received tue information cheer
fully, and walked with his supposed
friends to the boat, which was rowed
to the mouth of the river, where a
rope was wound around his body,
to each end of which a sinker was
attached. Morgan was then
He grasped the gunwhale of the boat
convulsively. Garside, in forcing
Morgan to relinquish his hold, was
Whitney, in concluding the narras
tive, said he was now relieved from
a heavy load ; that for four years he
had not heard a .window rustle or
any other noise at night without
thinking the sheriff was after him.
Col. Jewett, locking fixedly at Whit
ney, said :
"weed can hang YOU NOW."
"But he wont" was Whitney's
" Of course the secret thus cordis
ded to me was inviolably kept, and
twenty-nine years afterward, while
attending the national Republican
convention at Chicago, John Whit
ney, then residing there, called to
say that he wanted me to write out
what he once told me about Mor
gan's fate, to be signed by him. in
the presence of witness, to be sealed
op and published after his deaUL
promised to do so before ' leaving
Chicago There was no leisure,
however, and, forgetting what I had
told WThitney, I hurried away, return
ing .by way of Springfield, to visit
Lincoln. In the excitement of the
canvass which followed, I . neglected
the important duty of Becuring the
confession which Whitney, was so
anxious to make in 18.61. I then
went to Europe, and while in Lon-i
don I wrote a letter to Whitney, ask
ing him to get Alex. B. Williams,
then a resident of Chicago, to do
what I had so nnpardonably neglect
ed. That letter reached Chicago
one week after Whitney's death,
closing the last and only revelation
of that important event.
"Whitney was regarded by "the
trade as an honor, industrious, sober
buf excitable man. In all the early
stages of the Morgan affair he be
lieved he was doing hia duty. I
now look back through an interval
of fifty-six years, with a conscious
sense of having been governed
through anti-Masonic excitement by
a sincere desire, first to vindicate the
violated laws of my country, and
next, to arrest the great power and
dangerous influences of secret so
cieties." This affidavit of Weed is Bworn to
before Spencer C. Doty, notary pub
lic, of 17 Union Square, New York
' The Late Maj. F. S. Heiskell.
The death of this venerable Ten
nesseean, the pioneer of Tennessee
journalism, at Rogersv'lle, on the
29th ult, recalls the following in for
esting sketch of the deceased, from
an address before the State Press
Association, at Knoxville, in 1878,
by CoL Moses White:
The Knoxville Register, the one
which became an institution of Knox
ville, was established in August,
1816, by F. S. Heiskell and Hu.
Brown. The paper, together with
its enterprising founders and its
long line of worthy proprietors and
able editors, demand more than a
passing notice. Of its first editors,
Heiskell was the active man in pow
litical matters, and Brown was the
literary and miscellaneous editor.
Major Heiskell was born
in Hageretown, Md., but while
he was yet an infant. his
father - moved to Shenandoah
Bounty, Va. There young Heiskell
grew up and acquired a limited edu
cation, working after he was old
enough, on the farm the greater part
of the year, and attending a sub
scription school during the winter
season. He was installed as a print
er's devil in 1810, serving as an ap -
prentice three years or more, when,
alter a short respite, he moved to
Knoxville, reaching there Christmas
day, 1814. He obtained a situation as
journeyman printer on Wilson's Ga
zette, then the only paper published
in East Tennessee. Hu Brown was
engaged in teaching a Latin school
m Jinoxvme. xleisKell & Jirown.
under the advice and patronage of
several of the leading men of Knox-
villo, determined to establish a press,
and after the necessary preparations
and delay, commenced the publica
tion of the Rigister in July, 1816.
Hu Brown, the partner and brother
in law of Heiskell, was a finished
scholar and a chaste and elegant
writer modest and retiring in his
habits, and averse to the turmoil and
strife incident to political life.
He was born in Jonesboro, Tenn.,
and was the son of Joseph Brown, of
that place, a most exemplary Christs
ian gentleman. Brown made the
miscellaneous department of the
Register a very attractive feature of
the paper. The political departs
ment of the Register indicates noths
ing out of the ordinary routine of
newspaper matter from the date of
its establishment np to the time of
Jackson's candidacy for the Presi
dency. With that event, however,
commenced a struggle which, for
acrimony as well as ability on the
part of the newspapers throughout
the oountry, has never been sur
passed; if indeed it has ever been
equaled. The bitterness and vitu
peration indulged in by the friends
of General Jackson on the one Bide,
and those of John Qoincy Adams on
the other, is without a parallel in the
history of American politics, and is
within the recollection of many now
living. My own estimate of the bit"
terness and ability which char
acterized those contents is
formed no less from
what I have heard detailed by the
active participants in those stirring
scenes, than from the contents of
these old papers. The Register with
much ability and with arden zeal was
one of the first, if not the first, paper
in Tennessee, to espouse the Cause of
Old Hiskory. The defeat of Jack
son in his first race added tenfold to
the bitterness of his friends, and the
supporters or Adams catching the
contagion, the contest was renewed
in 1828 with unprecedented ' ardor
and fierceness. Throughout all this
stormy, period the Register bore a
conspicuous and controlling part in
supporting the cause of the iron
willed statesman and patriot. In the
Presidential contest of 1836 the Reg
ister supported Hu. L. Wnite.
About ! this time . the . Register
passed into the hands of that
sterling gentleman and chaste
writer, W. B. A. Ram
sey, and his excellent and upright
partner,. RobL Craighead. Hu.
Brown had severed his connection
with the Register in 1829, to accept
a professorship in East Tennessee
University. After he retired from
the editorship, the whole duties,
both as political and literary editor,
devolved upon Maj. Heiskell, and
under his individual control the pa
per fully sustained the high charao
ter which the two editors had jointly
made for it. Maj. Heiskell, after
the Bale of the Register, retired to a
farm, ten miles below Knoxville,
where he unremittingly engaged in
agricultural pursuits, only leaving
his farm once, in 1847, in response
to the call of his admiring felLw
citizens, to serve them in the Senate
of the State. He assumed a bold,
independent stand as a candidate,
eschewing all the tricks ani by
paths of the demagogue, was electea,
and made an able and useful member
of the Senate.
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. , . .VABKET REPORT.
Wboleaala Grain and Produce Karket.
Khoxtoxk, Tenn.. December 4 1883.
The demand for Wheat improved, wKn light
receipts and unchanged prices. Corn coming in
freely and prices well maintained. But little
Oa i s offered; the trade confined to local demand
Dried Fruits taken at quotations as fast as
offered. Hogs selling at 6Va6c gross: trade
generally very good. .
Whsat Choice White, 95c. ; Bed. B5aSKc ;
medium grades, vaasoc.
(John Active and wanted. 40a2I&c.
Oats Loose rroin wagons, S3aade per bushel.
Bulk mbats sides, rjuoaiac; shoulders. 80.
JLard In 60 pound tin cans, HViaiae.; selling
is in demand.
Potatoes Irish, dull t new, toasoc per bushel.
Hay Loose. 60a75c per 100 pounds ; baled,
Bbah 8oaoc. per 100 pounds.
cotton 8k kd AtKAL Si.50 per 100 pounds.
Flouk Nominal, country extra, Duylux, auil,
f 2.50 to 2.60 : selling, (2.70 per sack ; family
buying, S2.60a2.75 ; selling, S2.S0a2 80 per sack.
ibu) Sbkds. Nominal ; Clover, BS.50a6.00;
timothy grass, S3.00a3.'25 wis.net; orchard grass.
si.7oa2 oo ; reu top, $i.o; Diue grass, seed i.w:
millet $3 oo per ou.
Dki d 1j" kdit Berries. Sa6!4 cents per
pound : Whortleberries. Baltic : naif Peaches,
4c ; Quarter Apples, 4a4tc ; Raspberries. 23ai6&
BUttkb In demand ; choice roll. 15a2uc ;
prime, loaize ; grease nutter, eaTC
Sana Buying, in good demand, at 20a21e.
Pooltbs Heus 7v per pound; roosters, 8c ;
spring chickens iw ; mrKeys, thc.
fBTirtr? im" 49a60a.
Kaos Cotton, lallfcc.
BnagWAX xlaic per pound
Hibks Dry uint, llalzc : green, Sc.
Tallow in demand, 4a6c
Flax SUM) Per bushel, 80a90c ,
Bbasb I0ai2c : copper. lOaiie.
Wool Choice tun-washed, msc ; fair to good,
sue ; oanc coarse, za ; uuwasned. xiMazoe
Ginseng Per lb, $1.50, fall dug ; spring
siJiaai u, and declining.
Skmaca Koot Per lb, 85a40c
Pimk Boot Per lb, l2e.
Yellow Boot Per lb. 60.
Wboleaala Grocery Market.
rCorrected Dally. 1
Khoivillk, December 4.
Trade booming. Wholesale merchants all
very bus j tilliug orders for country merchants
lor we holiday iraue.
Coffee dull and lower. '
Coffee. I Grocers' Drugs.
Common 7lfca8 ludleo. 8 F.
Good . 89 pound M 86a 40
Prune lOalOi Indigo, Ma4ras9Sc.al 00
Choice Halt. Dutch Madder Ua IS
6tar, full w'ghtlSKalo-
Prime to choice
600 . .. 9
70 ) .... 8
All brands, V
M,.... 113 00345 so
loz packages,$3 60aS 76
2oz " 6 75
4 oz per box, 13 00
M oz tin oox, was oo
Shot and Lead.
Dropshot... 12 15
Buck shot . 2 50
Bar lead... .. 6a7
case 10 00al8 00
Rifle, ner kec .86 40
Rule, per hall keg. 8 45
soda blaaune. ...... S 00
2 dozen to
saltpetre . s 00
Layer Raisin, V box.S3
box l 75
London Layer Raisins,
per box 83.50
Wrap'g paper. ..0, 45, 60
caseflcase . 9 50
Pine apples, 4 00
2 lb Toma- 8 00
toes,Vdoi 1 60
1 75a 1 25
2 tt.... 1 65a 2 25
Jute twine 16
Caps.G D, V M- 85a37i
Kentucky. ... .82 75
White Kusslan 6 50
Surprise.... 8 75
Blue India S3 5oa4 0
J raoy. 3 75
Victor 2 50
Acme 4 00
Nickel .. 4 00
pounds S3 25a2 75
es 60"g per gross 92.85
4 oo's per gross-
King's, sack 1 10
Bangoon ... 636
pound bxs... 2 60a3 00
Common.ll In. per
pound . 85a40
Bright, U in, V ft- 60aoo
Caddy, 6 lncn... 55a75
Fancy brands 55a65
Knoxville He tail Market.
lOOBltEOTKD DAILY. I
Knoxville. December 4.
Apples dried, - 6a6 Molasses 4oaso
Apples gr'n, Sl.00a2.u0 Meal per bu., . 75c
Butter per pound, 2 aso Nails per pound,- 6a7
Beans dried, tM.OOa3.oo Oats per bushel, 85as
Bran per busnei, aimo ao oneai,p.cwt, ouao
isazu uuious p. uil, oc.ai.uu
17al8 Poultry, ch'k'ns, 12a25
18a20 do ducks, 2oa26
15 ' do geese, 25ao
do country, B.
Beeswax pr pound, 26aso do turkeys, 75al.50
Beef green, " 6al2Vi Peas dried, 60a60c
do dried. iDaaj rotatoes, sw t, ikkwdc
Candles " 16Sa20 do Irish, 50ca75
Coal oil per gallon, 20 Powder pr pound, 40a50
Gouee per pound, luaxo reacnes urieu, las
Cheese ' 15a20 Bice per pound, ssio
Cotton Yams . 9all Sugar crushed, i2Vj
Com 6tc do ooflee, Hai2
Cabbage per lb. 5al5c do yellow, vaio
Kegs 20 do brown, 8a9
Flour family, $2.75a4.25 Soap per bar, oa
do extra, 2.50a2.75 Salt per sack, $1.01.20
.. Syrup per gallon, 6oaV6
Fish fresh, per lb.. 6alo Shot per pound, Ldfe
An n..fl tflal'jifa Ta. irr'n. nr lb..fiOc.al.2o
'do mackerel' 8a20 do black, -' twcal,oo
Feathers, 6a65 Tar per gallon, 60
Haypercwt, 60a75 1 allow per pound, 81
Laid per pound, 16al6 Vinegar per gaL, 80a4
Un Stock Market.
Knoxville, December 4.
oobbxoted daily bx bbadlky un.
Cattle and sheep In good demand at out
side quotations. Hogs unsettled, with a down
No. 1, 3a3o ; 800 to 1,000 lbs. steers and
belters, 243)4; good fat, 600 to 700 lbs., 2tta24i;
common ia2H; cows and calves scarce aud
wanted, at o.0oa4j.00.
No. 1, 2'4a8; good
stock sheep, $1.00al.4o.
fat. 2a2; lambs;
Sl.50a4.00, according to quality.
Gross, tiaexc ; nett, 8a83.c.
Retail Iron mar aes.
Knoxville, December 4.
Tibs Iroh- -Two horse, per pound, 84c ; one
horse, per pound, 4u.
Nails Per keg rates, $4.00; per pound, 6c.
House Shoes Per keg, 85.00; turned, 10c
. fcnijE Shoe Nails Per pound, 20a25o.
Hahrc w Teeth Per pound, 6ia6c
Hollowake Per pound, 4c. .
Glass common size, per box, $3.25a8Jtt
Chattanooga Comme.v.-, 1, Nov. 25.
Cobh On wharf. 50a55c per' ij.i;..
Wheat Choice, 90c.aSl.00 per bushel on . uar.
MbaL-60c per bushel.
Meats Bulk meats, long clear sides, 15c -
BACON-Tennessee sides 17c : hams, 14Vsal5e.
LABiv-In cans. 15Vc ; tierces, 13c.
Oats Per bushel, 40a45 cents.
Hay $l2.0oal5.00 per ton.
Potatoes Irish, 55 pei bushel; sweet, S5a40c.
Floue-F amlly, (5.00 ; extra family, 86.50 ;
Poultry Chickens, 28c. ; spring chickens,
l8a'22c ; turkeys, 8 a9c.
E(G Per dozen, )9c.
Botteb Per pound, 22a26c
Beeswax Per pound, 200.
Hides Green, 6a7c; or salted, 8al0c
FsathseS Prime, 45c
Tallow Per pound. 6a6Ke.
Ijve Stock Cattle, 24aa'4c. ; sheep, 2a24c.
Atlanta Market. - -
TAtlanU Constitution, Nov. 26.
Floob Family $5.50; extra family $6.00;
Bacon Sugar-cured hams 16al7c Tennessee
hams l4al4V4o; Tennessee smoked sides, lHVja
14c ; breakfast bacon none.
Bole A5 eats Clear rib sides lljc.
Lakd Best leaf I3!c; kegs ana cans 18 Vic
Wheat Tennessee No. 2, $LoSal.iu.
Oats 55c. per busnei
Hay Timothv $1.15; mixed I1J0.
Ookh New, 60a70c ; old, 90a95e .
Peas Clay, 75aS0 per busbeL
Potatoes -Irish.Tennessee, 82.50aS.00 per bbl :
sweet 50c pit bushel.
Onions S2-50a3.uo per bbl.
Boos Per dozen ,80c
Botteb Tennessee choice 30c
Poultry Hens. 30e ; roosters, 22a2Se. -spring
chickens, 18a27tic , kv
KATKEBS New choice white 66c.
Dei ed Fbctt Pealed peaches, lOalsc ; un
peaed, 4c; apples, 4e. - - - - - - - -
rABJIDiM and FARnFRS ' SOWS
EE. Da J.C.
A 1riit.stf on tne.r
Hor:MA s.P.S ia,rhieaEO,IU
iwaa tha Fill uod Winter. Par psartkrulaj. ililuM
J. ItoCurdr A Oo4 tot. lml Mm
vss tboiuanus of cases of ths worst kind and of Ionic
standing have been cared. Indeed, so strong is mj faith
In Its erflcacr, that I will send TWO BOTTLES FREE, to
gether with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this niBnain, to
moj sufferer. Give Express sad P. O. address,
SB. I. A. ELOCCM, lit mrlBWHawTerk.
AS 0SL MIICiBIIlIU CCREl OF
When death was hourly expected, all reme
dies having failed, and Dr. H James was expe
rlmenunit wiih the many herbs ol Calcutta, he
accidentally made a pr.pnratlon which cared
his only child of COTSSCMi'TIOX. His child
Is now In this country and enjoying the best of
health. He has proved, to the world that con
sumption caa be positively and permanently
cured. The Doctor now ives this Recipe free,
only asking two three-cent stamps to pay expen
ses. This herb also cures night sweats, nausea
at the stomach, and will break up a fresh eo.d In
twenty-four hours. Address I'BADlOCK & CO.,
1032 Race St., Philadelphia, naming this paper.
"SOUTH AND WEST."
Only 50 Cents a Tear.
It Is a first-class Agricultural paper, published
semi monthly. All who send us their subscrip
tion, with SO cents, between now and December
first, we will send them the paper until January
Sample copies, containing Premium Lists,
sent free on application.
Address, "SOUTH AND WEST,"
S20 N. 3d St., St, Louis, Mo.
A WORD TO OUR READERS
WHEN YOU READ OF A MEDICINE THAT
will cure all diseases, beware of it, for
every scientific ptoslcltn on earth knows hoa
fallacious such statements are. But when yon
read of a medicine, compounded by a regular
physician and surgeon of. high standing, thai
cl inn to cure only a certain dl-ease, aud fur
nishes high proot that It does this, you can
safely try it, and with the assurance that It will
cure you. Dr. V. R. rJtone, late Physician aud
Surgeon of the U. 8. A., has placed before the
public a preparatiou calied
APE P SI A!
which no doubt Is the greatest scientific prepa
ration yet discovered for the care of Dyspepsia,
in ail its forms, and refers to Ladies aud trentle
men ot the highest respectability, that have
been cured of cases from nve to twenty years'
standing, and pronounced Incurable by the best
physicians in the country.
The following reterences should be sufflcleul
to convnee the most skeptical : '
Mr. Albert Howard, firm ot Howard Watcb
and Clock Co , 114 Tremont Street Boston
Prof. S. Kronberg, is Noyes Plaiw.Bostnn, Ynn.
Dr. Samuel W. Adams, P.O. H jx 164i, New Yoik,
Mr. H. A. Clark, firm of t'taik Bros. & Oy
Philadelphia ; case ix 1 went j years' standing.
Matthew Robiuton, 303 N. 21 etrae , Philadel
phia : case of Dyspeptic Vertigo.
William Gallagher, k eoord O'flce, Philadelphia
Frank CSralnk. buslr.ess manager Beading
Iron Works, Reae Ing. Pa.
Moses Thompson, Tli urlow. Pa.", P. W. & B. R.R
Miss Kate 8. Villard, bemluole, S. C.
Capt, fteoige M. Weymouth, Savannah.
Clarence 8. Connerat, Savaunah,.Ga.
Manufactory. 219 Levant Street.
For Sale by MoCbum & Ykageb,
J. A. MoGampbsll,
Geo. W. Albebs,
Smith's Extract of May Flower.
AWARUANTED CTJR-C FOB ALL DISEASF,8
what nature or how long standing. One trial
will convince you ot its .nenbj.
ror saie vj su jurnpgits. ocioieooviros.
viason & mum
Ann l . A are certainly best, litvtni; !.-r o
U K 11 11 f iSrtecreed ateverj Great World's
WllWnilV Tnilmtrll .,.,....!.
for Sixteen Years: no other Aim-man ..rvans
havinu; been lonnd eaual at atrv. Also Cheapest.
Style 10 ; SXoctaves ; sufficient coninss nu.i jiyut r,
with beat quality, for popular s.-crei artfi iwH-ular n;usic
in schools or familieR. at only AnshnnilrMl
other sylsat30, STi7, tti,7!!, STS.ro, ios, HJ to
Eiou and ud. The lamer stultt art trioll,, unmU a.
any other organs. Also lor eat-y pajineiitti. New il!i,-
tralea uaialotrue rree.
Tb MA SON & HAMLIN Orcan and Piano
Co- 154 Tremont St. .Boston ; i K. Hth stNew York :
148 Wabash Ave., Chicniro.
IrsiJstcyNSand NOVELTIES r-Rpf-
Fix c. jump. Chaa. Folsom.N. v.Ciij I" f C fC I
I PC WTO are reaping ahar
AULll I O vest seUing our
I Kitchen Queen Safety Lamps
(and other household articles.
5 1 he best selling articles ever put
' on the market For Samples
and Terms, address the
CLIPPER M'F'C CO,
NEW THROUGHOUT I
Opened Jojm 1, 1899, sad templet
Tkto House is tocato- In the bom ss
Osnsbv, one sq'iare only inm the Poat-offioa,
ujstom-nowe. na ks ana toe pmieapai wnoie
sale and Be tail Stores.
This House Is nearly SO feet kxz. the Ralls t
feet wide, and it u situated at the Highest Point
n ay street, all wbtcv antribates to mnkn
It the cooiest point id the etty.
Our Booms are aa aasirabla. and our New
Large Kootns far (Xw i-wcial Trareiers eanaot
be equalled betweee 4ew Tnrk and the Oeast
A BsKgage Rlerater has been added, atop
BLEOAjtr bate Bwtsm tut Ladles and GentleaMO
-Hot and t old Water, esm! 4vwer Attachments
It has an Rieetrie Asastarsi sr and eiepboo
Connections with all the pratipal business places
In ihe citv, IncltKHng tto Dit Station.
Ocb New Di. xi kg Roes the Location, Ven
tiiatl o and surroundings are such that It cabko
B( EXCELLED FOROOaPOET.
Our N. w Klteheaa, New Bangee aud New
Equipments throughont wttl enable as to do as
well a THE BEST.
Our New Laun ry wN he Eeund eaaal to all
P. S.-Porters always at the Trains. Omnibus
JIO. ( fUIVEas, rrprteUMr.
Cneqnaled for Dnrabillty, Kconomy
f Water and (General ffieiener!
WILDER MACHINE WORKS,
Send tor catalogue. d&wl2mos
Office Ocoex Bank butldino, gay Stbeet,
JOS. R. MITCHELL, W. K. MITCHELL,
Will transact a General Banking and Broker
Business, receive Deposits, ksue Certificates
on Deposit, deal In Exchange, buy Gold and
Stiver. Bauk Notes, Bonds and 8t,wk.
One pair Lungs of no Valne to any one
except the Owner. Value not appreciated
before Loss occurred.
Would be given for their Kestoration.
Invested in Smith's Wild Cherry Congr
Balsam at the proper time wonld have
Stop That Cough !
Paynes' AUTOMATIC Engines.
2 to IOO Hors Power.,
Li I I w I t;
- rr .j ..
Relimti Omrsnlc, and romm leal. Win fumishaliorss
powes wirn len ftwl aa water taaa amy sther saw
siae Sal it, aotnirted with aa automatic guKjf. Ctaioyue
C Mitt fres 0: W.t'AVNSAtSOMS.BusMoo.CaTaiacrnTY.
Ml m Mi aVi
Cincinnati, New Orleans 4 Texas Pacific RailwayTime Table
CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION.
In Effect November 26, 1882.
Georgetown . ...
NieholnTill. ,,. ,
Danville Danville Junction
9.00 a m Lve Chattanooga .
12.6 p m
. Arr ViCksburg .
Vtce-Pres't and Gen. Man. Oin. Sou. S'y, Cincinnati, O.
E. P. WILSON, E. GOLLBBAN,
Gen. Pass, and Frt Agt. CSn. Sou. By., Gen. Pass. AgU Ala. Gt Boa. B. B-.
Cincinnati, O Chattanooga, Tenr
J. HARDY. JOS. P. McGUIRE,
Gen. Pass. Agt V. & M. R. R., Gon. Paes. Agt V., S & P. R. R.
Vicksburg, Miss. Monroe La.
ry Hoods, Motions,
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
COl'iflll, BnCLUfG & CO.,
offer to the Trade the most satisfactory lines
of Goods, in every respect, ever exhibited, not
excepting any market in the United States.
They would call special attention, in Dry Goods,
to their very attractive lines of Prints and
the beautiful Dress Fabrics of the Celebrated
Pacific and Manchester Mills; to the largest
and Cheapest line of Jeans erer shown in this country; to iheir
full lines of Notions J to the solid and substantial lines of Boots
and Mioeg of their own brand; to a Tery complete line of Cas
bimere and Tool liats, incliid.ag tbe Greatest Korelty ever produced
in ( olored Goods ; also, to a very bandsoiie line of Ladies' Black and
Colored Trimmed straws. Bj tbe middle of August every Department
will be couplet.
LOWE'S FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO.
tt- B. IrOVPE and W. A. U. HIBK, Proprietor.
Hseemon to ihe WILDER MACHINE WORKS.
Portable and Stationary Engines. Cotton Gins and Presses,
S&W HILLS AND CIRCULAR SAWS,
Steam Pumps, Jet Pumps, Injectors and Electors, Wllder's Turbine Water Wheels, Castings of
All Descriptions, Blast Furnace and Mining Machinery, Corn and Flouring Mill Machinery, Knaft
lng Pulleys and Hangers, Steam Boilers and Trimmings, Wrought Irou 'lpe and Pipe Fittings.
Governors, Brass GooSs, 4c. CHATTANOOGAs TJStVlV .
IViechanics1 National Bank.
DESIGNATED STATE DEPOSITORY
E. J. SANFORD,
SAM. HOUSE, -
F. W. ARMSTRONG,
B. N. Hood,
8. P. Evans,
J. T. MoTezb,
S. B. LcTTBKLIi
A. i. ALBKBa, .
D. S. Williams,
Jos. T- MoTbxb;
H. IL Inqkbsoll,
T. H. Hxald,
8. CoBiaca, -Wat.
E. J. 8antord,
B. R. Stbono,
a P. Evahb,
E. C. Looxx,
W. A. HXNDKBSOH,
Gxo. W. Rosa,
W. a & Geo. D. Tatlob, Johnson City; Tenn.; Jab. M. Mxxs, Now Market; J..W.
BoBoaxa, Strawberry Plains; 8. C Jones, Newport, Tenn.; Wn Habbis, Txkkj.
Habbib, Dandridge; R. N. Hood, Jo. Boboxb, J. M. Gbzxb, MaryviDe; Jaxxs Wbiobt,
Mooresburg; ' Max Sax, 8. N. Bell, Thos. Platkb, W. 8. Settlb, W, F. Bajio, Jb., L.
RotourHZTM & Bbo Nashville; Chas. E. Batlob, Boon's Path, Va.
Transaota it Greneral Banking Bosiness. Deals in Foreign and Domeatio
Exohango. Sella Drafts on all the principal cities of Europe. r -
6.25 p m
9.0 p m
8.40 p m
mo a m
T.to a m
0.2 No. 4 No. 6 No-18 No. is
Mall and Accom- Night Lexl'gton Aecom-
Express modatien Express Limited, modation
Dally,ex- DaUyx- Daily, ex-
Datly cpt Bun 'y Dally. cptBun'y cpt sun'y
6.05 p m 10.26 a m 7.40 a m 6.25 p m
8.48 T.3S 5.24 " 2.66
3.25 " 7.00 6.06 - 2.S9
2.53 6 83 " 4.SJ "
IA " 6.10 4.11
2.16 " 6.64 3.67 "
2.02 - 6.40 8.44
1.6S " 5.80 " 8,86 "
10.46 am 1JS2 ' (Arrive)
8.00 " 10.08 p m T.40 p m
710 .S6 " 7.08
6.30 " T.46 " 6.10 "
6.15 " 7.30 " 6J0 "
.... 6.00 p ra
.... 4U0 -
AND PACIFIC DIVISION.
M. L. Boas, E. 3. Sakfobd,
' B. K. Stboho, Fbahk MoNcivtt,
Wm. Habbis, of Dandridge.
A. J. Alb BBS,
8. B. LUTTBKLL,
Jobh K. Patxb,
E. a Camp,
M. L. Ross,
O. M. MoGhxb,
. Snfoii Maixb,
Jko. F. HoBrTX,
Elizabeth L Roes, M. A. Beabdxx.
IF YOU ARE
your Tickets Bead via the.
tl., O. &ST.L.R'Y.
The First-Class and Emigrant Passenger's
ALBERT B. WRRXK, P. A,
W. 1.. DAN1JBY. . P. T. A,
J. Is. MIXAM. p. a.,
tt. T. ButiKKM, P. A
atsuraetiurer of, Wboleaala
and Retail Dealer la
Mattresses, Chairs, Eto.
WI call especial attention to some uiue
ROOMS 5 Oft. 13 and 17 tjlAT ST.
J. F. HAUPT,
FRESCO, SIGN AND HOUSE
THK Htff, FAtjIIIONABLK FKEStX
PAINTING A SPECIALTY.
Cumberland Street, below Opera-house.
J. M. Ilavely & Son,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTtRS
N. W. Corner Cumberland and Gay Streets.
Painter, Grains, Paper-Hanrer.
Sign, Dscoration and Prssco Artist,
All Work IHrae in Flrst-Ciass Manner.
Orricx ; 3 Sat Stbrst.
MAGAZINES NEATLY AND
SUBSTANTIALLY BOUND AT
THE CHRONICLE OFFICE, IN
ANY STYLE DESIRED, AND
Al REASON ABIE PRICES.
Leading Numbers: 14, 048, 130, 333, 161.
For Sale by all Stationers.
THS eeTKRBROOK STSIL PCN CO
Works, Camden. N.J. 26 John St. New VorK,
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TO MEF! QCuLY
We will send FBJFB. in Plsia ssalsd XaTskrpa,
Dr. CHrJUCIULL'S CBLi BRATED PHBSCBCR
lOWa" for ths spssdy ears ot Ksrroas) sjztd
mj MWK)i, um vitality. Pssponrtamnr,
Aaa ot loaaat and ths who I. traua ot Sia
bronfM aa by tadlsarsuaa aaa Bibs.
H mi tas taiTKUaaM.
And .Morphine Habit can be cured m rixr.i 1.1
to 80 !) no JP till cored. Established u
yearB, 1XO curwrL Befer topatient In an parts
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