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avwa. . RUGBY GAZETTE. Saturday, September G, 18S4. The "G.azrttr" is published every Saturday, at the Publishing Offices, Central Avenue, Rugby, Morgan County, Tenn. This paper is entered at the Post-office at Rugby, Tenn., as second-class mail matter. All business correspondence should be ad dressed to the Publisher, County nnd General Intelligence from the w hole District, and notices of local events will be most thankfully received. Correspondence on topics .of interest is in vited, 'lhe name and address of the writer must accompaiiy all communications, if for publication. All communications for the Editor to be addressed J. II. Blacklock, Rugby, Morgan Co., Tenn THE WEATHER. DEPORT OFTEMPKRATUREFOHHUOBY,TEXN, n. Mux. Min. Dry Hot Rainfall limp. Temp. Bulb. Bull). Inched Aug. 2'J 85 03 09 G7 1.61 " 30 77 58 07 (U .80 " 31 73 47 03 00 " 1 77 14 03 05 " !i 80 50 70 07 " 3 8i 50 73 70 " 4 85 55 73 71 .19 BondliiKH taken at U p.m., Bulliond time Average Temp, for past weok Rainfall (inches) 00.8 2.41 C. Ondeudonk. NOTES AITS COMMENTS. . The liittrniii' offertory at Christ Church Uugby timotinted last Suuday to $8.60. ' Mr. E. M.-J5erry caught a fine basket of bass in the Clear Fork, near llugby, a few days ago. ; Mr. C. A. Clarke and Mrs. Clarke have cone to visit their friends at Union Citv, Pa. Mr. G. W. Berry is engaged in frost ing the windows of Christ Church' and will stain the floor. ; Mr. Chas. Skene has removed from Central Avenue to the house recently occupied by Mr. F. Taylor. Air. altoti has returned from Knox- The Uov. H. II. Sneed, rector of St. villc, where ho has been attend in-i the p,ml8 Episcopal. Church at Chatta- TT .. j ol i n l j j i uooga, tendored Lis resignation to the ' 1 J Vestry of that parishi Mr. Sneed re Judge Baxter. He brings the glorious Li,, to nnnnnt n. pall at Mount Stnr. news that tho Judge, Thursday, deci- Hug, Ky., where he goes Oct. 1st Mr. ded tho Crook Coal Mining Company Pced has many friends iu this city -! s f r ...u w" wm "ueoreiy .regret n.s departure. DUIb HI VI AMILM't. llllQOUlb YMIOIvt til 11 - - lie nas uiwnys ucen regaraea as one ni to dissolve an niiunction which re- tta ni,w ,tav ; t,a I viiu iawiwuw iiiiuigvviq ill wi. Vltja, U1IU strained the Board from collecting notes leave behind him many firm and devo to the value of $30,000 from tho Coal ted admirers. Mr. Sneed was greatly -r nr .ii beloved by ull classes in Chattanooga Company. Mr. Walton is naturally . ., ; ... A. uuiuiuv aHJ Wll il VVIIl Vgtlb.iStl.. lltl4 111 delighted over the result ot the suit, Masonic circles esneciallv. his loss will aud considers this a red letter day for bo severely felt. He has filled the :ie IluebeiauH. And so do we. and office of Grand 11 '8h Pnebt' 1,1 Hamil ' Mm ij ...i.... at- w..n.... ,UFmuluuSu,nIW! nuu of Lookout Cbmmandery of Knights on the result of a suit upon which he Templars, and was regarded as one of i"as spent so much well directed energy the b-.-st officers in Tennessee in those I lirt1 t na f Ci ntn a ifAMti tvninil.i aa I untiring prudence. . . A, ... ' r , the congregation at Christ Church. On Wednesday tho Rugby Social His interest in the Colony continues Club held its summer picnic at the unabated, and it is a source of extreme Meeting of the Waters. A wagon regret, that his removal to a neighbor- moved from the Commissary at 1 1 a.m. ing diocese will preclude him from vis- adeu with eatables of every kind, and itmg Rugby as often as he otherwise the material for suitable brewings of might have done. We wish him every tea, coffee or lemonade. The party joy and prosperity iu the sphere to mustered upwards of thirty, and spent a which he is going and congratulate the very pleasant day; puntiug,canoeingand congregation of Mt. Sterling m their. climbing labout. that romautic region fortunate choice of a minister. w i affording plenty of scope for exercise and pleasure. Thanks to the ladies, Mr. Thos. Hughes, and W. Hastings the. party sat down among the rocks Hughes arrived at ltugby on Wednes- 1 1 - . . 1 1 ! A -1 I . -wr . . a auu hooks 10 a spieuum upreau aerveu ctay morning. We inmerstana Mr. up with the best ot all sauces, a sharp Tnoraa8 Hughes will proceed to Mexico ippetite, and the excellence of the pro- tn viH:h ftnj Peturi. to ttu.,i(V. vision was very practically appreciated U(jrfs he wiU rmiliu tin he relurU!j t0 by the merry guests. 1 here was uot wwiand uiu Bmuiiesii nuco ui uuiuiijr, uui 1111- t-iiof tiboomA itinuintinnfl nf hindv ''All wentmerrvas amarriairo bell." The A very interesting revival term ma- following ladies provided the lunch: ted at Glen Mary, Aug. 21th. llie MesdamcB Percival, Marlaud, Koss, little church has been packed niyiht day and during the past fortuight with with a multitude of deeply interested people. So general aud widepread was tho spiritual feeling that many came from ten or fifteen miles to hear the great evangelist, lhe result was a bountiful harvest of confessions. About twenty-five citizens of Glen Mary were brought to a deep sense of their guilt and made nublio confessions. If some of the c'uisseua who made confes sion will stick, the community will have reason to thank God and the evangelist Mr. Wm. Elliott has found employ ment at Dayton, Tenn., and will remove his family as soon as convenient. Mrs. Alfred Marland is fencing and improving her lot in Central Avenue, Mr. ltiddell has tho work in charge. Mr. George Rogers has returned to ltugby from England, and is tempora rily employed by the Board of Aid. ' Mr. Miller has just completed har vesting his millet crop, in capital con dition. Mr. Miller is satisfied with the yield. All persons desirous of Confirmation are- requested to meet Mr. J. H. Black lock at Christ Church ou Sunday next at 10 A.M. : . Mr. Henry Kimber and party are staying at New York, on a visit to his brother, Alfred Kimber, Esq. The party are expected at ltugby early next weeK. . Mr. and Mrs. Wells, and family, late of.Rockwood, have removed to Rugby, and have rented Mrs. Hart's cottage Central Ave., until their house in Cum berland Ave. is complete. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. :tn wd t-! 1 f M l M ' iuiiuaaBU.ijn To Friends and Patrons of nnnnnmnniinw E U9B7 U U IU1 IUI I U U fl 1 1 1 Blacklock, Gatrell, Giles and Dyer. In order to make room for a new supply of Fall Goods, our present stock of CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, Boots, Shoes, AND- GOODS, The tide has turned at last and now comes oners ot compensation to tne man who has been the hero of the hour ana its victim, jjrom a pecunury point of view it would be utterly im possible to give Lieutenant Greely any suitable compensation for his tumble sufferings, while bravely doing his duty, and upholdiug the national honor,amid the snows of the North, or for the tor ture inflicted upon him by a prurient for this most excellent work. press at home. It is now suggested that his eminent services,and his proud Landlord and Guest: "Great Cto i . I achievements, receive some laiui recog- von don't mean to say my bill in TTTi 11 "U -l J J x. n ' y . - l . s vv i ii i ih , iiiH.r'K hi l 1 1 f l at ri x:n rno ttottt DRY mtirm hv f-i'patinw inm a IJolmiel ill tne I . . . . .. .... . ' . " . o- i . wv. 4i lladaji' 11 pay it because 1 in -O 1 J J . ,1 l..i . 1 marks. "Such an act would reflect ge""emau, uui jou cau ..euur Bv.Bb credit on an administration that will life I'll not come here again," indigantly uot be too gloriously famous iu the au- remarked a visitor to the landlord of nals of time. I he public would gladly one 0f our 8Civside hotek That's all see the honor and the omce conterreu rjht rm to makfl both ends on the heio. The sooner it is done the ., T . . . 41 - , rrv. nn tin 1 1 i r rtaov I J " 1 ititu nnn Kf TrniiH Dti'nof lila it rnn fi JUll JWU UWV JUlli O 1 V;Vl lllVf it j w vv come hero again you won't find me here The refmkr monthlv communication after this Beason, retorted the land- C? f I of Rugby Lodge No. 510, was held in lord. the Masons' Hall, Central Avenue, on Wednesday, Sept. 3rd. Two candi- "Money is the root of all evil," but dates were passed. Rugby Lodge had Mr. N. H. 1 ucker, will be glad to re- the pleasure of a visit from Dr. Brown, ceive a just share and give you in ex- an old friend of the W. M., It. Wal- change Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, etc., ton ,, who had often worked i in Masonic ftt miirket ice8 Read hh ooaies with vt. urowu in (jiuciuunu in , I nniTiMioomonr J. I vi llOVUlvllvi lowest possible figures, in many- cases less than cost, to close out odd lots, so that the Fall and Win ter supply may be new and fresh. iUAtUUIAUHMl JUUintKfl .t. ntlYUfUtRItiairtORlrlLftSltKII A VICKSBURS ftMERIDIAM r i YlCKSBURG.SMREYCPORT! a s i ' n .- mum JOHI8(X)TT, B.r. WIUOR, . . rntl. & Cml MtUftf. Gtn'IPtiMiigttAftnt Ul'HiRDClRKOIX, H. GOLLBRAR. Cu'lSupMlnuniint. Ga'IFntfhlAiMit. Time Table, in Effect May 11, '34 Cincinnati nml point Korlh. Trains Northbound- Led. Rnjfby ltoad Arr. Somornet Arr. Lpxington Cincinnati Trains Southbound l.vo. Cinoinnati , Lve. liexiiifrton , oomnrsot, Arr. Knjfhy Road Daily. 11:18 p.m. 1:4(1 a.m. 4:20 7:10 8:50 p. m. 11:.V 2:20 a. m 4:3.5 ., Flint Mail. Dailv. 11:40 a.m. 11:4.1 2:40 p. m. 3:23 8:30 a. m. 11:40 2:40 p. m. 5:10 ClmtttiiniKW. RliinliiKlmm. Mirlillnn, Vlokuburtf : Now Orleiinn and all pointa Kuutli: Trains Southlionnd . Iioa. Uuirby Iioad Arr. Oakdalo 1 Chattanooga , ' liirniinham ' Meridian ' Now Orleans Trains Northbound Lvo. Now Orleans ' Meridian ' Itinninham ' Chattaux)ga ' OaKdale Arr. lluirhy ltoad 4:33 a.m. 5:30 8:10 3:15 p.m. 10:20 0:00 10:00 p.m. 8:20 a. m 12:23 p.m 7:30 10:10 11:18 ., 5:10 p.m. 0:20 9:23 2:35 a. m. 7:50 4:10. ii 11:00 a.m. . 7:15 p. m. 12:30 a.m. 5:30 8:40 9:4(1 ' The Immigration Agencies of Flor- A sensible comment: A Tennessee ida have been discontinued because the man complains that Queen Victoria is appropriations have been exhausted. prayed for regularly in the Episcopal Church at Rugby. He is too particu- The recent heavy rains in Hale coim- lar, says the New Orleaus rteayvne by ty have damaged the cotton crop con nan. un mm snow uh , uie pmyer. Biderably in that country. one else, and the custom may be stop ped. Mr. Thomas Fardon has just bought the remainder of Mr. Baldwin's laud, comprising 137 acres, at Skene, and will begin at once to improve it. We hope Mr. Fardon will be very successful. Miss Hattio Whittaker an estimable young lady from Warren Co., Ohio, who engaged to take charge of our Public School this winter is expected to ar rive next week. We bespeak a well managed school from tho credentials produced. There will be a meeting held on Wed nesday evening, the 10th inst, at Sun bright Lodge for the purpose of con sidering the formation of a Royal Arch Chapter. Wartburg, Rugby and James town Lodges will be represented. Mrs. Magiunis, of St. Louis, and the Misses Adams, of Chicago, who have each spent two seasons at the Tabard, left for their northern homes last week, but expect to return early next sprini; and will either buy the Pioneer Cottage or a vacaut lot aud build to suit their t-istea. Recent arrivals at the Tabard: Benj. N. Beaver and wife, Dayton, 0.; Mrs. M. E. McDonald, Brownsburg, Ind.; C. Graham, Chattanooga; W. W. White- cotton, Daniel Babb, Oneida; C. G. Peters, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Matilda Maxfield, Mr. Amandua Peycke, New port, Ky.; Mrs. Eliza Ott, Robbins. The current number of tho Hotel World contains the following pleasant notice of Rugby: The Tabard Inn, built by Thomas Hughes, the philanthropic and enter prising Englishman, at Rugby, Tenn., is now open and is said to be doing a good business. Mr. A. L. Ross, Jr., fomerly of Dayton, Ohia, is lessee and proprietor of the hotel, which is a great convenience to the English colony. One of the great attractions of the Cincinnati Exposition will be the hatch ing of 14,000 eggs iu incubators. Twelve hundred are already in the machines and they will begin to hatch about Sept, 3, aud from that time to end of the exposition chickens on the half shell may be seen daily. Ostrich, duck, al ligators, turtle and many other kinds of eggs will be exhibited. It is difficult for people to believe that the incubator is a better mother than the hou, but it appears to be true, nevertheless. , Nearly 1,000 men are at work on the main building of the Exposition at New Orleaus, and it will probably be completed within three weeks. At a recent meeting of the New Or leans Cremation Society tho sentiment prevailed that cremation is making slow but steady progress throughout the United States. Jasper is the natural gateway and outlet of Sepuatchee Valley, sixty miles of valley lands which Jasper hopes will some day be a wealthy farming and stock country. NEST "WEEK A FINE NE W LINE OF Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, etc., r" Will be unpacked and ready for Sale at LOWEST MAR KET PRICES. The New Orleans' World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition con template offering from $20,000 to 30,- 000 for infantry and artillery drills. A CARD- Editor of Rcobt Gazette: Sib: Permit mo to ask through the columus of your paper for some infor mation respecting the Rugby School Board. I presume thcro are laws in Tennessee relating to the existence of such a body, nnd I would be much obliged if some one who knows would r:sj and explain to what extent the ex- ibting Board is in couformity with those laws. 1 am Bir, yours respectfully, Maierfahu. Ai. Now is tie Time to Secure a Bsgain. (Call and examine for yourselves. N. H: TUCKER, Manager. ALLARDT!! ENGLISH-GERMAN SETTLEMENT On the Cumberland Plateau, . EAST TENNESSEE. Settlement yearn okl, 12,000 acre of land gold chiefly to actual settlors. 73 Families already on the ground. Two hotels, two stores, Post Office, daily mail, saw and shin gle mill, new school house,' all in active opera tion in the village. 'Survey of the Allardt and Fentress County Railroad, connecting with the C. K. k t. 1'. It. It., now beinq; mace. Now is the time to duv land or village lots before general advance ot prices takes place. Opening of the extensive coal mines near Allardt; iron m.inulacttiring and other industries will be established in connection with the Railroad. Pamphlets and other particulars about Colony on application to STEPHENS & GERNT, Allardt, Fentress Co,, Tenn. Forestvillo, Mich. Port Huron, Mich. N. E. cor. 14th and Plum Sts., Cin. O. E. H. BOOTH, LAND AGENT & SURVEYOR, WAHTBURQ, TENN. Examinos and makes Abstract of Titles. Pavs Taxes, &c. PartieirtSming lands in Morgan and adjoining oountios would do well to contor with tne. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. I am prepared to execute plans and under take contracts at the lowest living prices, Satisfaction guaranteed. C. ONDERDONK, CENTRAL AVENUE, RUGBY, TENN. JEWELERS. SOMERSET, KY. SOLID GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, RINGS, PINS, &o. Twenty-one years at the bench. Guarantees good work and satisfaction. THOMAS ROBERTS, OFFICIAL SURVEYOR OF MORGAN COUNTY. Abstracts of titles and paving taxes a specialty. gbo burveys made and maps furnished. Officb at the WARTBURG HOTEL, WARTBURG. MORGAN CO., TENNESSEE. Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. ta4rau un heia dt wtrk-4a; In iht rear. No wMii. TIM to onipltte th Fall Diploma Aanlnni Connie fthoul 10 vmU. inrm Tsui Colt, tnc-ludini Toitioa. Hln( Roaki aa4 Rnar4 la afamll;, fBO. Tcltrrmphy a uptclmr. LImwt Can fro. LaalM reeetrad. 6,UM ouoceMftll gradual.'.. Over MO paptla la.t year from 14 to & rear, or age. from n X tales, la nraotlaa U practical It and tnitlrldualrf imparled by 10 teachers. Rpeeial asarero tut Traehrrs and Bu.lnen Mea. llairiTsitr Plplonia preseated tolu sradqates. This beaatifal dtr Is noted for Its heallhralnesa and aieielT. and la on lealln. Railroads. Fall AVsrlaa eeotM Jrrtf. Uh. ForHrrnl.roand full parttealara, addreaa Iu PresMeal, UlLBl'li Ii. SMITH, Uttngtaa, k DR. JONES, ' CENTRAL AVENUE, RUGBY, TENN.