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VOL. IL-NO. 54.
RUGBY, TENN., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1832.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
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RUGBY, MORGAN CO., TENN.,
Saturday, September 30th, 18S2.
"The Ruoiikian" is published every Saturday,
at the Publishing Ollices, Central Avenue,
lluirbv. Morgan County, Term. Editor and
Proprietor. Thomas Fardon. to whom all
communications should be addressed.
TEHMS
Twelve Months...
.Six Months
Three Months ...
Stf.OO Post paid.
1.2-3
.75
English subscribers can remit by registered
letter or P.O. Order on Cincinnati, Ohio.
AbVERTlSim HATES
May be obtained on application at the
Office.
18 8 2
Ttl m
Taoarfl
AND COTTAGES,
AT RUGBY, TENNESSEE
How Open for Guests.
Amusements of all kinds provided. Fishing
Swimming, Lawn Tennis, Croquet. Archery
Quoits, Play Urountls tor uuuireii, eic.
DR. JONES,
CENTRAL AVENUE,
RUGBY, TENN.
P. J. PON SON BY,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer,
ROCKWOOD,
TENNESSEE.
The general impression made by
Mr. lumber was most favorable,
be earnest, genial, and practical
way in which be went into details,
shewing determination to further to
he utmost all projects having the
good of Rugby as their end.
SWEET POTATOES
LIMA BEANS,
NEW RADISHES,
And a full assortmentof vegetables
AT THE GARDEN.
I. O. Gr. T
Tempt rancc Friends in Morgan or adjoining
counties, wishing to have a Lodge ot OoihI
Templars organised in their neighborhoood.
will please address the County Deputy.
j. w. gilks, c.d!g.Vv.c.t.,
Rugby, Tenn.
NOTICE!
LiOAlU) OF All) TOLL-GATE,
TICKETS at SPECIAL ITES
Cor the iedgemoor Road may be bought by
upplying nt the liourd ot Aid Otnce,
Rugby, Tenn
September 22nd, 1S82.
F. TAYLOR,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
NFAVLIRY ROAD,
RUGBY, TENN.
F. T. holds Government First-Class Advanced
Certificates of competency in building Con
struction, liom the Science and Ait. bepart
incut, houth Kensington. London.
i
RATES:
For Room and Hoard.
Vcr Dry $2.00 and $2.50
1'cr Week $7.00 to $10.00
Single Meals., "iOo.
Families and Children at special moderate
I'riees.
A hack meets the trains at Sedgcmoor to
convey travelers to the "Tabard" Hotel. ,
ABNER L. ROSS, Jr., Proprietor.
SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA.
THE BROWN HOUSE.
Prettily situated in the must central
part of Rutjby.
The above Family Hotel is now open" for the
reception of Visitors and Hoarders, and every
effort is made to provide for the requirements
of visitors, while permanent boarders will find
a comfortable and economical residence.
25a
25a
, TERMS:
SlNGC.E MEAL
)1e -
Boakd and Lodging.
Tor Week - - S3.50 to $7.00
According to situation of room.
Next Thursday will be the second
anniversary of the opening of the
Rugby colony, and to celebrate the
day the committee of the Hughes
Public. Library propos6 to declare
their work completed, so far as an
nouncing the well filled shelves of the
Library open to the Reading public.
This will take place at three o'clock
in the afternoon.
At six o'clock an anniversary
dinner will be held in the Commissary
Hall, Mr. Blacklock presiding. A
com mitt tee has been formed to
carry out the work, and provide a
programme for the evening's enter
tainment. If the day is fine there
will be a good gathering at both
events. We understand that quite a
number of persons interested in
Rugby will visit the colony that
day.
A committee appointed to select a
location for a Sunday-school assem
bly in the South, after visiting
Chattanooga, Atlanta, King's Moun
tain and other points, held their
final decisive meeting in Atlanta,
Ga., Tuesday, last week. They
finally determined to locate the
Southern Chautauqua at Monteagle
Springs, in Grundy County.
Monteagle Springs is on the top of
the Cumberland plateau, on the line
of the Tennessee Coal and Iron
Company's road, which intersects
the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail
road at Cowan, eighty-seven miles
from Nashville and sixty-four miles
from Chattanooga. The University
of the South is six miles distant atu
Fairmount Female College is only
half a mile away. At Cowan the
traveler takes the Mountain Hail
road, which ascends the mountain
rising 1,000 feet in about six miles
affording one of the grandest ant
most picturesque trips on the conti
nent. Iho hotel, which has 200
rooms, is 2,200 feet above the leve
of the sea, and on every side a
magnificent panorama of mountain
scenery is presented. The establish
ment of ihe Southern Chautauqua
in Tennessee is a highly important
event, and one upon which all are to
be congratulated.
On Wednesday evening about a
dozen citizens met in the Board's
Oflicc to talk over the prospect of
establishing a fruit canning factory
in Rugby. Mr. Alfred lumber who
was present, took occasion, during
he discussion, to make some general
remarks upon the state and pros-
ects of the Colony. He said he
tad come to Rugby very much
MR. A. KIMBER IN RUGBY.
HIS VIEWS AND OPINIONS.
spoken. lie was reminded of the
influence of the positive and negative
poles of the magnet, the one attrac
tive and the other repellant. We
had experienced the latter and now
we were coming to the former. The
speaker pointed out that the colonists
had always been at unity with each
other, and that a better spirit towards
new comers had been inaugurated
under Mr. Walton, and was proving
successful.
Mr. Otis Brown spoke from the
prejudiced against the place, but American side of the question, as a
his feelings bad experienced a great gu0d Yankee, and said he had never
change. Six months ago he had i,oen for an hour without faith in
sent down Mr. Raymer to make" a the success of Rugby. He was
report ot the place to him, with confident it would become, in a few
instructions to be most conservative years, a prosperous city, lie felt
miiis views, and not to color any- amply repaid for his attendance
thing, and he was bound to say if there that evening.
his brother had acted on his advice
he would have had nothing to do
dnptyto
JAMES MILMOW,
RUGBY, TEU3ST.
ERLANGER HOTEL.
E. J. WILLIAMS,
PROPRIETOR,
IIELLENWOOD, TENN.
Good TaM.E and Pleasant Rooms.
Had to Hantsnlh and other prints always in
readiness.
THE CUMBERLAND,
D0NNINGT0N ROAD,
' Within fifty feet of Entrance to Tabard Hold
BILLIABDS
AND
POOL.
Cigars and ToWco.
Coffee, Cocoa, ic
P0TBURY & MILLER,
Ma,lers$ c)tfcclio)icrst
I n every Branch of the Trade,
CENTRAL AVENUE,
RUGBY.
The father of the King of Corea
is to be kept under guard as long
as life lasts.
Four young persons were drowned,
Tuesday, by the upsetting of a boat
on the Miami River, near Lebanon,
Ohio.
A mill-dam at Ilcathsville, Va.,
bursting, carried away the house' of
Mr. Bush, and drowning his wife
and five children.
THE FKIjIT canning project.
As we mentioned above the meet-
with Rugby, but now he felt that wn nKfnnsi-llv nnn flwl
the report, although most excellent ())joct of talh)g preliminary 8tep8
and true, had hardly done the place towards float in-; a ioint-stock fruit
canning comnanv. This idea has
irresistibly interested in the success bmi much talkeJ of Jm.ing U)C
of the colony. The surroundings past fcw wcekg anfl Qne or two
of the place, the public buildings, gontieinen have -been going largely
and private bouses, all had an air of int0 estimates. At tho,resent
taste and refinement about them mceting Ml, Milmow reaJ a care
that he had not expected to see. My- prepare(1 estimate of the costs
lie coma assure mem mat no anu aml returns of a cannin fftct
they were not the only ones watching There wag much convcrsation res
the colony, and interested m every pecting the project, tho general idea
move made here. When in England being that guch an affair wag ono of
this summer he was surprized at which it might be gai(1 thcre's
the interest felt in the place. His monfiV m .-, Mr vimW who
brother who was, pecuniarily, the Lk much interest in the movement.
most heavily interested man connec- sai(i ie was much pleased with the
tod with the scheme, was resolved to nrmVrt. TTo U.nrU if. w. iW.
make it a success. It might take tho thin necde(1 an(1 an entcrnrizo
time, and it might take money, but worthy of encouragement f rom every
it must succeed, it was a matter of man iu the place The 8chemo
pride. The speaker then forcibly w(ml(l have hig most hcart C().
pointed out the necessity of unity of opcration aml all lie coul(1 (lo to
action, and advised patience and influonco outsiders to interest them
confidence. in the management, and gelveg in it gloulJ be d(me At tho
asked all to strengthen tho hands of nmn ;, i, nn " i. c
Mr. Walton on every possible occa- the m ag iUo shoul(1 be
sion. Hie young ladies who accom- j d ; t, nla, g0 that th
panicd him had expressed their itself shoul(1 the categt
wish to help Rugby in some way, amouut of bencfit. Mr. Kimbcr
and would begin immediately some mcntionod a per80nal incidl!nt in
scheme for its assistance. lie him- ,i,:,li, r
vviiivii tiiv vjihiiq ui ti giiou mill
JJmul of all kinds baked atid delivered
dady, faieri-ls f the best
quality only used.
In Mr. Alfred lumber's remarks on
Wednesday evening, to a few of our
neighbors, that gentleman stated
as explicitly as could be desired, that
the parties now interested in the
advancement of the colony were fully
determined to make a success of
the place, as far as they W'ere con
cerned, and to obtain that object no
pains or expense would be spared.
We are not surprised to hear that
Mr. lumber was pleased and some
what astonished at the advance
ment of our colonial life, compared
with other settlements in their salad
days, as it is now so common to hear
such remarks from those who do not
trust alone to rumor for their know
ledge of Rugby; but among the
many kind and bright words and
hopes, ideas and suggestions thrown
out by Mr. lumber, nothing vas
said of a railway to the Cincinnati
Southern, which idea is in the opinion
of the large majority of settlers
hero the first necessity towards
success. We cannot but think,
practical as Mr. Kimber is, that he
sees it is a big mistake our being so
far off the rail, and that in the
present day, with immense com
petitions, a railway to a new and
rising place is an inducement dwarf
in" nearly all other considerations.
Small pox is raging at Capetown.
On September 2th, 2,000 cases
were reported, mostly natives. So
far GOO cases had proved fatal.
The Dutch steamship Edam has
been sunk in mid-Atlantic by col
liding with the British steamship
Levanto of Hull. Two lives were y
lost on the Edam.
self proposed to purchase a tract of
land, have it fenced and cleared,
and small cottages erected upon it,
by contract, and if any prospective
settler should come along, andj
should find such arrangements to
had awakened the lethargy of a whole
valley, and a wheat crop was put in
immediately it was known.
Mr. Tucker would guarantee that
every can of fruit that could be put
up here would find a ready market,
Fifteen years ago two men, G.
Hallenbeck and W. Stratton, guar
ded in Palmyra, N.Y. Meeting in
Texas the other day they went into
a darkened room to fight a duel.
Hallenbeck came out alive, Stratton
was left inside dead.
Arabi Tasha and his most impli
cated followers will be tried by
court-martial. Baker Tasha (for
merly Colonel Valentine Baker of
the English Army) has been en
trusted with the reorganization of
the Egyptian Army. General
Wolseley has been sick. The
entrance of the Khedive into Cairo
was a great affair. There was an
immense display of British troops
along the route. It is expected
General Wolseley and Admiral
Seymour will be raised to the peer
age for their services in Egypt
suit his requirements he may have it espccialiy ju tbe South. The can-
at cost. no money it letcneu v nmvivn I
v I 11111 w I '1 V lllvb lltV4 11 IO llCbl U T ISA. J Clil
J ft tf V M. A
would be applied to doing the same U convcrsation becoming general,
work on another piece of land. , th mcctin2 af ter a long discussion,
A,' lie should now state he was cornel ,1(Kmirnfwi
-1,1 -I J 1 1 i
missioned to nand to tne treasurer We arc iuformcd the project has
of the Hughes Public Library $25 alrea(1 receivea We and liberal
1 t i.1 AT TT !.:. 1 .. .
uu ius uruuiur ivu. iiumy 1Y1U1UC1 s local Support.
ueiiair, $2o on uenaii or ir. ueorge
Smith, and .S20 on his own. The British Riflemen have sailed
As a sanitarium he was convinced for En'dand.
of the suitability of Rugby, and Tbirty goldicrs wcre drowned in
should be glad to send his own n acciJcnt Austri j fc
iamuy nere, wnerc mere was uetter gaturdav
notei accommodation man m many
Last Sunday was thanksgiving day
in England for the successes in
Egypt.
of tlie northern so-called health
resorts. None could compare with
Rugby there.
In conclusion Mr. Kimber assured
his audience that the management
The German Government is de
voting attention to a project for tho
construction of a canal connecting
the North Sea with the Baltic.
Earl Spencer has been making a
was resolved to do the right thing to tour into somc of the country dis
cvery one, to co-operate with all, tricts of Ireland, professing himself
and seek them to co-operate with it. satisfied with the signs of returning
And whatever might be the aspect l)eace to the Ulltl7
of affairs they might rely that it The entire newspaper press, in
was for the best and would come eluding the Opposition journals,
out all right. congratulated Prince Bismark on
Mr. Blacklock, on behalf of all the twentieth anniversary of his
present, thanked Mr. Kimber most entry into the Prussian Ministry,
heartily for the warmly sympathetic, All admitted bis services rendered
and encouraging words he had just to the nation.

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