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VOL. XL-NO. 33. RUGBY, TENN., SATURDAY, APRTL 22, 1882. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Fp pjgKinan. RUGBY, MORGAN CO., TENN., Saturday, April 21nd, 1SS2. "The HuanuiAN" is published every Saturday, at the Publishing Offices, Central Avenue, Kiijsby, Morgan County, Term. Editor and l'ronrictcr, Thomas Faudon, to whom all communications should be addressed. TERMS t 75c. Post paid. ... $1.25 ... 2.00 Three Months Six Months Twelve Months English subscribers can remit by registered letter or P.O. Order on Cincinnati, Ohio. ADVERTISING BATES May be obtained on application at the Office. THE BROWN HOUSE. Prettily situated in the must central jmrt of lluyby. -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. TERMS: Single Meal Bed - - - - r DC. Board anp Lodging. Per Week - - $4 50 to '$6.00 According to situation of room. 4 7 JAMES MILMOW, . FOB IREZLnTT. The "Tabard" Hotel, RUGBY, Fully furnished, will bo let for a year at a nom- inal rent, with option to an approved tenant to ! tako on for term of years ; nUml in it o.yi j grounds, commanding tino viowa with beautiful i river walks extending for llnvo niiliM. Mails ! twico daily ; railroad etation at seven miles ; i harming climate, ample supply of water, gd barus. ' j Apply at the- Ornnc of BoAitn op Ah, &. Rugby, Morgan County, Tenn. THE CUMBERLAND, D0NHINGT0N E-OAD, Within fifty fed of Entrance to Tubard Hotel. BILLIABD ANU POOL. Cigars and Tobacco. Coffoo, Cocoa, ite East Tennessee. Tite Table Lands of the Cumberland Mountains. Cheap Lands, Maynificent Climate, Good Soil, Good Wahr, Good Mad-tts. We are now sub-dividing 40,000 acres, in Fentress County, into 100-acre lots. This land is situated on cith-. r side of tho road leading from Sedgcmoor station (on the Cin cinnati Southern U.K.) to Jamestown, and commences about 4 miles west of Rugby. It is beautifully located, and its capabilities for farming purposes, stock raising, ami fruit and vegetable raising, are undoubted. In order to give the first settlers a fair chance, we offer these lands, for the present, at the extremely low price of $3 per acre ; quarter down, and the balance on time, with G per cent, annual interest. We also give to parties purchasing the option for two years for as much land as they may purchase, at the same price, by pay ing taxes and interest. As the value of land increases with settlement, it is safe to say that at the end of the two years the reserved land, if sold by the purchaser, will nett enough profit to pay for the origiual purchase. Land will be sold only to lonajide settlers. Mr. William Robinson, whose hack makes connection with the 5:43 p in. train from Cincinnati at Sedgemoor station, will take parties to the land at reasonable rates, and who will also be able to give all information regarding the same. Mr. J.N. Clarke, of Rugby, and Mr. Cvri's Clarke, of Jamestown, will be pleased to give all informa tion regarding larger tracts for lumbering, mining, or for obtaining bark. As soon as the plotting is completed we will publish a map of the land and the surrounding country. For all further information apply to M. II. ALLARDT & CO., TORT HURON, MICHIGAN. E. H. BOOTH, LAND AGENT & SURVEYOR, WARTBURGy TENN. Examines and makes Abstracts of Titles, Pays Taxes, &o. Parties owning lands in Morgan and adjoining cauntica would do well to confer with mo. Agents For Metropolitan Life Wanted Unveiled, nr j. w. BVEL. Finest Illustrated Subscription Book ever Published. 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CEDE Tt John Lyons and Maryl Jane Lyons t'f. In the County Court of Fentress Van Smith, Richard Hogue, Elisabeth County, Tenn. Hogue, Wm. Islam Mullinax, John Mul linax, Rosetta Mul linax, Catherine Mul linax, Mathew A. Mullinax, and Hillery Smith. Petition tition. for Par- In this cause it appears to the Court from complainant's bill, which is sworn to, that the respondents Hillery Smith, Mathew A. Mul linax, Catherine Mullinax, Rosetta Mullinax, and John Mullinax are all non-residents of the State of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered by the Court that Hillery Smith. Matthew A. Mullinax, Catherine Mullinax, Rosetta Mullinax. and John Mullinax be required to .appear at the next term of this Court, to be held at the Court-house, in Jamestown, Tenn., on the first Monday in May, 1882, and make defence to said bill or said cause will he proceeded with ex parte as to them. It is further ordered by the Court that a copy of , this order be published in The liuybeian, a newspaper published at Rugby, Tenn. A. B. Whight, Clerk. Jamestown, Term., April 5th, 1S82. . TJKSSK JAMES IS DEAD.JSJ AGENTS For lllusr!lt;(?(I I'ivea and . Adventures ot Frank and Jesse W Ail iiiiD Jamoaandtho Younger Brothers, tho noted Western Outlaws. Uy lion. J. A. Dacus, 1'h. I). A true and thrilling account of their bold operations fori 20 years, in as manv Ktaces and Territories, with graphic statement of tho final tragedy in St. Joseph. Profusely illustratci, including engravings of the Outlaw Jcsso James, beforo and after death, his young wife and little children, tho detectives Fords, the house of tho last struggle, and fifty others, engraved from actual photographs. AgeiltS Wanted! Sond for fun particular u and bo convinced that this is 'tho most salablo and profitable book published ; or,"to savo timo, send 50 eta. at oneo for Cauvasging Book and state your choice of townships. Addrews N. D. THOMPSON & CO., Pubs., St. Louis, Mo. GARDEN SEEDS. D. M. Fehry h Co's first-class vegetable and flower seeds may bo obtained of J. II. lacklock, Trcforest Farm, Rugby, Morgan County Tenn. We have been over iuto Fentress County, an excursion we have long meditated. We have not room, however, this week to give our readers the full impressions formed by the visit, but we can say in every particular vc were well pleased, and satisfied that it will not be long before the good and well lying lands in that section will le taken, and occupied, by industrious and ener getic fanners ; and every well wisher to Ilugby must wish success may attend the efforts of those gentlemen who are bringing these land3 before the notice of immigrants irom tho Uld Country, as well as less favored portions of the United States, and Canada. The position of Kugby is admirable as an entrance, and gateway, to tho whole, and the best portion, of the Cumberland Plateau, and we shall watch with great interest the efforts of those who may settle down on the lands so nearly adjoining this part of Morgan County. We hear applications for farms and lots are already numerous, and shall expect to see before the end of this year numbers of hardworking and intelligent farmers locating, and proving, if it be necessary to prove, which we do not think it is, that with economy, industry, and intelligent knowledge of our mother earth, this soil, so much belied by prejudiced, energylcss and half-informed men, will yield pretty much anything it is de sired to produce. We do not think the soil is superior to that in this neighborhood, but, it is undeniable, that the lands lie very much better, and are more easily worked, will retain what is put iuto them better, and arc not difficult to get about upon. This evenness of laud is of much con sideration, and will ensure attention. Next week we shall have something to say about the coal, and other par particulars,whichrender our neighbour ing lands of nearly as much interest to ourselves, as to the incoming Fentress sutlers. LINE UPON.LLINE. HOME. A terrible cyclone dms occurred at Brownsville, Mo. Seven or eight per sons were killed and 150 wounded. Dr. Jones, of Louisville, Ky., a well known educator is dead. Missouri is to be redistricted. $500 are offered by Marshall Henry, of Washington, for the apprehension of Captain 1 To wgate. Some 150 Mormons are en route for Salt Lake from Australia. An iron steamer on tho Atlantic, from Hartlepool to Boston has been crushed by ice ; crew saved. Longfellow received $50 for the first publication of " Skeleton in Armor." Gordon Bennett's now yacht will cost $300,000. Barnurn proposes to open a wax-work exhibition after the style of Mme. Tussaud's, in Lqndon. It is said there are only two Chinese women in New York City. Eighty tons of letters and papers are handled daily in the New York City Post Office. At Emporium, Pa., a drunken man has killed his brother-in-law, his wife, and himself. The Guion Line steamship Alaska arrived in New York on Monday from Quccnstown, making the passage in seven days, six hours, and twenty minutes ; the fastest trip on record The murderers of Jesse James were condemned to death at St. Joseph, Mo., last Monday, but were immediately pardoned by Governor Crittenden. The Cincinnati GrandPpcra-hou.se has been sold for $200, 000. Judge Tuft, of Cincinnati is going to Vienna as Minister from this country. White jurors in South Carol i ha are "coerced." - -Miss Sweet has been nominated for Pension Agent at Chicago. Mr. St.ihbs, Mayor of Polkpity, Iowa, has been murdered by burglars. Maine can show nu unbroken stretch of forest 200 miles long. The freight hill on Jumbo, the elephant, was $2,500. . There are 73 papers in the United States devoted to science and mechanics. -Over 10.000 people are working on the Northern Pacific Railroad in Montana. FOREIGN. At the Reading Assizes, England, on Wednesday, Maclean was put on trial for attempting to shoot the Queen. Chief Justice Coleridge presided. The Jury returned a verdict of not guilty on the ground of insanity. He will be detained during Her Majesty's pleasure. Passaic, an American horse, won the City and Suburban Handicap on Wednesday. Twenty persona have been killed by an explosion in West Stanley Colliery. Sir Henry Colo is dead. De Lesscps proposes to cut a canal thaoimh tho neck of land between tho Gulf of Qaboa .and some low lying lands of tho Desert of Sahara. It is reported that whole villages in southern Russia, occupied by Jews, have been destroyed Hebrews and 17,000 rendered homeless. Parnell has notified tho Governor of his jail that owing to urgent private affairs he will c absent a week longer. A bailiff of Lord Leconfield's has been murdered. The Russian Imperial Council has been instructed to draw up a law defining the position of Jews in Russia. Queen Victoria's health continues to improve at Mentone, but Prince Leopold is ill. and very weak. Dr. Lamsoa is further respited until the 28th inst A prolonged dry season is causing much distress in Andalusia, Spain. King Thebaw, of Mandalay, ha3 been butchering a wife, his Chancellor of the Exchequer, and some fifty relatives. Charles R. Darwin, the eminent evolution theorist, died in London on Wednesday. Ho was born in 1809. Judge Uickeuson died last Wednes day, at his home in Coffee County. The State Sunday School Convention held at Murfrcesboro last week passed off successfully. THE RUGBY CEMETERY. Since the consecration of the Cemetery on February Gth, by Bishop Quintard, much has been done to render the graveyard attractive, and more suitable for its ostensible purpose. Tho whole? of the consecrated ground has been well fenced, and the enclosure cleared, caving only those trees that arc well placed, and shapely in appearance. It is to be hoped the scrub trees, and underbrush, much too near the fencing upon the road side, will be cut down by tho Board before long, because should a fire occur among the dry leaves it would bo perfectly possible, and probable, much, if not all, of tho fencing would be destroyed. The fencing and clearing have been well done by Messrs. Giles and Denny, and it only remains for them to remove and burn off tho rubbish left, which will complete the work. The Cemetery Committeo propose erecting neat tablets over tho graves, of those not supplied with such by their friends. Any funds that may then bo in hand will be used for rendering the ground further attractive. Mr. F. C. Fisher, who, from tho fir&t, kept close to tho idea of brightening up the Cemetery, has been a committee in himself, superintending most of the work, and otherwise giving much appre ciated attention. The following shews tho money received and spent. Tho balance has been handed over by Mr. Fisher to the Cemetery Conimitto. Fencing and clearing have cost $41, but there is yet a small balance to be paid to Giles and Denny. The amount in the hands of the Committee is now $2 8. 50;, The following sums have been paid by the ladies and gentlemen named : Mr. John Boyle, $10; Messrs. Earle and Haigh, each $2 ; Bishop Quintard, Dr. Kemp, and Messrs. Walton, W. 11. Hughes, Virgo, and a Friend, each $2 ; Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. J. Clarke, Mrs. Anne Ilarte, Mrs. Dyer, Miss Hughes, and Messrs. Winkley, Egerton, W. Robinson, Milmow, Potbury and Miller, Mallory, Davie, Fardon, Locheo, Mason, C. Old field, C.J1. Wilson, G. Blair, J. IT. Blacklock, C. Blacklock, F. Kasafang, Evan-Thomas, R. Ilarte, Tucker, Spence, Emery, F. C.Fisher, Somervell, Spurrier, Dorehill, MacKinlay, F. Taylor, C Dyer, II. Blair, Cecil Moore, and a Friend, each $1 ; Messrs. Golf, S. II. Giles, and S. R. Brown, each 50 cents ; Total $G9.50. Strawdehuiks are ready tor market at Chattanooga. A new paper has been started at Chattanooga, by colored men. The usual cold Easter snap was pretty general throughout tho State.' There is considerable complaint of rust m wheat, at Chattanooga. Jesse James resided with his family in Nashville, from 1875 to 1881. Two horses were killed on Tuesday by falling into a sink hole on . a farm near Frankliu. A Giles County man, named Keeling, committed suicide on Monday, at a dcn6t in Nashville. A State Temperance Convention' is being held at Nashville. Many leading persons are present. A boy, named Murphy, was killed by a freight traiu, last Tuesday, near Johnson City, Washington Co. The Kuoxville and Cincinnati S.U.R. by tho Emory Gap route, will be vigorously proceeded with iu about ten days. time. Nashville, April 14th. The House of Assembly "Resolved that Senator L. T. Smith, cf Fentress County, is hereby declared innocent of the charge of bribery made against hi in, and is 1 entirely exonerated froui said charges.