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. HORSE FOR SALE.
A sorrel gelding, coming
three years old. Perfectly
sound and gentle. Inquire oi
A. L COMPTON.
A Complete Success.
Mr. Ahner L. Ross, whom our
readers know as the former lessee
of the Tabard inn, and lately the
founder of Deer Lodge, went to
Chuttauooga last fall and bought
the furniture and lease of the Will
ard House, cor. 8 and Chestnut
Sts. Ho immediately changed the
name to "Merchants Hotel," and
changed the character and business
and has so mauaged the hotel as to
place it among the best hotels of
the boutb. The House is full of
guests, who appreciate the good
cheer of the Landlord and he is
now doing all the business the hotel
is capable of.
One day this week we concluded
to get out see what was going on in
the world. Taking Ihe sout hbountl
train we went down to Sunbright
and spent a few hours with Bro.
Dunning of the Dispatch, from
there to Cincinnati, where we spent
the day, thence to Junction City for
a few hours, then to Chattanooga
for a day and then back to Rugby
just sixty hours after leaving.
While in Cincinnati we spent
some time in the pressroom of the
A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co., that is
whore tie outside of the "News" is
printed. Their office is well equip
ped and doing a large business.
We are under obligations to Mr.
Ilutchings, the manager, and to
many of the employees for the
courteous treatment and valuable
information that we received.
Satuiday, Feb. 14 was the four
teeuth adversary of the marriage
of Mr. and Mrs. Riddell, and on
that day we assisted in disposing cf
the many pood things for which the
table at Twin Oaks is noted.
Mrs. Suger, Mrs. and Miss Shel-
ton, Mrs. Giles and Mr. H. W.
Giles were there. We wish them
many happy returns of the day.
Messrs. S V Bowden, of Knox-
ntirl T.inlnn D.!itli rt XT J111o
V.nriin ctVi TTr tvisqcx! til vnnrrli
place Friday on their way to James-
tnwnX Mr. Rich was formprW
rnorVh-inr in this nlQPP . !
merchant in this place.
f some cf our citizens who gram-
bte about the mud would try Chat
nnnrra fnr a Aslv. fViAV wrtnlA Via
nrtiri50fl nil fhAir rArnm t.ft finnl..
now zuuen our strews naa improved.
jar, waiton was inrown irom nisi
norM, last vreet. ana severely in-
lured, but IS now lmDrOYinz.
Chester;" shrives in the litht of the morninc
itUar txtrt, u ritt KnttUt Ltf O, Kim Vtrk
While in Chattanooga we put ud
at the Merchants Hotel and all who
want good fare and polite, attention
should stop there. We, called ofi
T. J. Davie, at one time the Editor
of the Plateau Gazette and for
many years the foreman of the of
fice here, Mr. James Millmow and
Mr. Thomas Woods, merchants of
East Chattanooga, both former res
idents of Rugby. We are pleased
to eay they are all doing well.
S. G. Stoncipher, of Sunbright,
was in town Monday making ar
rangements to attend school in this
Hull Bro's have sold their loss
to the Cumberland Mining and
The new postoffice at - Rugby
Road, Elgin, is now in working or
der. A. J. Albertson, P. M. at Allardt.
was in towu Tuesday Night.
THE FIRST SYMPTOMS nr nvATii
Tired feeling, dull beuduche, pains in
various parts of the body, tsinkiug nt tho
pit of the stomach, loss of appetite,
iveriRhuess, pimples or sores, are all
positive evideuce of poisoned blood.
imnttat linn? if lninmA J
it must be nurifiL.1 1 avoid wi. n.
g wi i. is. j 4 t
AcWs Emriui. Kin.., rkv;,. i
I ------ .wwv .euBSAef urjfci
ho poison. Suld uuderjMwitive gu u-an-
tee. Mrs. J. A. Di nti
Do Not Scffbr Any Longer. .
Knowing that a cough can he
checked in a day, and the first stages
of consumption broken in a week,
we hereby guarantee Dr. Aoktv 's
English Couch Remedv. and will r ...
luuatne money to all who.bur
not find our statement correct.
Mrs. J. A. Dimlitii.
Tiit HatUri OatetU ujt : An ftchugt
per tj tfcat the plug bat is virtually a
rt of goMsnteo for the presarvation of
peoe nud order. He who puts one on has
tfiven a hostage to the community for Lis
good behavior. The wearer of a ping hat
aiast wove with a certain aedateneas and
propriety. Be caauot ran, or jump or
iiup, or get iuto fight except at the peril
of Li head.gear. All the hidden infloenoos
of ihe beaver Uud toward respectability.
Ue who wears one is obliged to keep the
rest of his body in decent trim, that there
uuy be uo iueougraity between head va
Udy. He is apt to become thoughtfol
through the neeeaaity of watching the sky
wktuover he goes out The chanoes are
thm he will buy an niabrelk, whleh is an.
other guarantee for good behavior, aod the
care ot hat aud ntubreila perpetual and
exMtlog as it must ever bo adds to tho
KweetneM of his character. The man who
wenr a plug hat uatnraUy takes to the so
ciaty of women, with all its elevated ten
deiicien. He eaunot go haifting or fishing
without abandoning hU beloved hat, but ia
ihe moderate enjoyment of oroqnel and
lawu tennis he may sport his beaver with
fmimuity. In other wordi, the constant
use of a plug hat makes a man composed
in tuauuor, quiet and gentlemanly hi con
duet, and a companion of the ladies. The
iueviblo result is prosperity, marriage aud
THAT TERltlBLE COUGH
In the moroiug. hurried !i!!.
oreaining, raisinc; phlr-Mi, ti
the e!T8 orweats. at n"-':
aD7 'hese thidgs ..re the nr.
of consumption. Dr. Acker"
Cough Remedy will cure U t-so tk-iu
symptoms, and is sold unqer a positive
guarantee by Mrs. J. A. Dimlii!. '
OUR VERY BEST PEOPLE
that D, Ackor,, Enu,h Rem(5lv is in
Ipaafv wit Riinorinr tn onv utid all IhPV
I j j f j -
preparations for thaThroht t t .un rs.
in vvhooping Cough ai.a vn.u 1
Imamo and relieVM at oi.ee. We t er
I you a tatupie bottle free l'"it'ber,
rhia Remedy is sold on a riiiva jviar
Ant6fj. Mrs. J. A. Dimliuv
W Can you
a.fc iseasaw TWS S i B " w MV J VI M " tMV IMHfeV
DR.. ACKER'S ENGLISH REMEDY
A miD flu
or wigns, uoias naupnsumpnon is Deyona question the greatest of all
Modern Remedies? It will stop a Cough in one night. It will check a Cold in
a day. It i wtU prevent Croup, relieve Asthma and cure Consumption if taken
iU 1 can't afford to be without it" A 25 cent bottle may save you
to W. H. Siooickr A On.. 4R Woaf. RmoHmmr v Va.it vvi.
You Ought to Read
......A DAILY PAPER
FROM THE WORLD'S FAIR CITY.
The Chicago Daily News is as good as
the best, and cheaper than the cheapest. It
is mailed, postpaid, for $i.00 per year or
25 cents per month. It is a member of the
Associated Press, and prints all the newi.
At this price you need no longer content
yourself with the old-time weekly. The
Chicago Daily News costs but little
more. It is an independent newspaptr, and
prints the news free from the taint of par
tisan bias, j
-4 YOU OUGHT TO READ THE
Chicago Daily (News.
P. & A. Mi
RUGBY LODGE, No. 518.
Meets iu Masonic Hall,
Teusday night oa or before
iach full moon. All master
na,sons in good standing are
nVited to attend;
G. W; Berryv TV". M;
Dr. C. P. Kemp, Sec.
Rugby Agricultural & Hor
Licultural Society meets in the
Town Hall on the last Saturday
)f each month at 2 P. M.
Robert Walton, Pres.
S. H.Giles, Sec.
Morning prayer and sermon
at 11. Evening . prayer and
sermon at 7 30.
Sunday school at 9 30 A. M.
Holy Comrnunionon . the
first Sunday of each month in
oonnect'n f ith morning prayor
Pray er andChoir practice on
Wednesday Evenings at 7 30.
Seats free: all are welcome.
Services on the 2nd and 4th
Sundays of each month at 2 P.
M. in the Town Hall.
Prayer meeting, Thursday
Nights at Mr. Whaley's.
CrFICE DAYS AT RUGBY, TENN.,
Wednesdays & Saturdays.
CONTRACTOR & BUHDSH,
DO YOU GOUGfl?
uotou know that a little oough is a dangerous
.thing? Are you aware that it often fastens on the
lungs and far too often runs into Consumption and
ends in Death? People suffering from Asthma,
Bronchitis, Pneumonia and Consumption will all
tell vmi that
"IT STARTED VmiAGOLD."!
afford to neglect it? Can you trifle!
HftFinilfl A. mftltAf V Am vnn dutbm f Ko4
vwu .i j p i.ui. a m, w& VWA.
BAG. ALLEN, IYL D.
R'.'l''1: ' : ! NN., Will Vwit j;.rjGBY,
"Seeing is Believing."
And th beat lamp
ivtr mad, Ilk Alad
dia'aof old, "a won
derful lamp I" A lamp
xploalva and n
ivaa a eUar, aofl,
brilliant wailla light
of 8S candle powirf
Purtr and brtfhtar
than f aa light, aoftcr
than alcctric llsht,
mora cheerful than
eitherl That lamp ia
And with It there ia no amoka, no amell,
no broktn cMtnntyt, no fllckaUg), no aweatlnr,
no climbing up of tbo flame, mo "tantrum'5
nor annoyance of any hen, and it never
needa trimmine. Ita fonnto (ell reecrvelra)
beine tough rolled aeamleaa braee, with can
tral draft, it ia absolutely anbraakabl.,
and aa taft a a tallow eandU.
Only five years old and cvtr tn tnUUon of
thmtamp.invt. It muat ban GOOD lamp to
make such a telling aueceia. Indeed it ia,
for lampa may come and lamps may go, bat
tho "Rochester" shines on forever! We
make overa.ooo artistic varieties, Hanging
and Tabls Lamps, Banquet. Study, Vase ana
Piano Lamps every kind, in Bronco, Por
celain, Brass, Nickel and Black Wrought Iron.
Ask tba lama dealer far it. Look for the
trade-mark stamp: "Tai RocHsna." If as
nssn t us fMnutiM Kocnsstcr ana ins style yea
wast, er if no Umn-atore ia near, send ta am
for free Illustrated catalogus (and reduced
pncs-itst). ana ws will do sna sena yea sny
lamp safely by sxpress, right to your deer.
BOCHISTXB LAMP CO
49 Park Plaas. Vsw Tetk.
UmmfatHtmt. omOmU Oum eJaMfcwbr Matte,
f averjan vamp erars ta Mi rrvna.
iwrferr amoaJsj AJtr.
TNI CAPITOL PUILItMIMO CO
ea vale uw. jiaaaTiua, Testa.
n, or write
T T riTTTUDTn
RUGDY ROAD, TENXESSEl
OALT, 1 Y,
OA rp, & BRjtN,
ELGIN, SCOTT CO., TENN.
n k ii f 1 1 i 1 1 ha
Hi M. YYILLIAIVIO, ,
RUGBY ROAD TENNESSEE,
Boots & Shoes,
Peed, &c &c. "
MANUPACTU11E ft OF
And PINE LllJIlUfir,
Bill stufF a SPECIALTY.
ELGIN, SCOTT CO., TENN.
IBLugbg fltfe -Einp.
between Rugby Road, Rugby and
ilVERY AFEEi) STABLE.
Good horses aad low prices.
work done promptly.
J. R. HULL, rROPRIITOR.
MRS. J. A. DIM L INC,
OOTS AND SHOES a speciaitt
Farmers produce bought at highest
market prices. Give me a call.
WOLESALE & RETAIL
ROUGH & DRESSED
-a -ai at jwaia a a a
Oak, White & Yellow Pino, Poplar.
NOVELTY SIDING a specialty.
Office in Fardon Building, Cen. Ave.
Care&ts. sad Trada-Harks ebtalned, and all f st
ent bnslMee condactsd tor M thirsts Fsss.
Oar Mat it aessM U. S. Patent Met,
sod ws can secure jjatent ia lest tlttt than those
remote Irom WaOagtoa.
tioa. Ws sdTtss, II astentabls er not, free of
charre. Onr fee anions till nstent Is sscarsd.
Bead model, dkrug er pneto win oeeenp-
sasMst, "flow ia uwam raieait," wa
i ofsctasl dlenU tow State, county, ot
town, sent tree. Addrsse,
Orotltf PateM MTcs, n '