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VOL. XL-NO. 53.
RUGBY, TENH., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1882.
PRICE FIVE CENTS
C EST it A L AVENUE,
RUGBY, MORGAN CO.. TENN.,
Saturday, September 23rd, 1S82.
"Tim Kuohrian" is published every Saturday,
at the Publishing Otliees. Central Ave hup
Rugby, Morgan County, Tenn. Editor and
Proprietor, Thomas Fahhon, to whom all
communications should be addressed.
Twelve Mont'.is .
Three Months ,
$?.00 Post paid.
English subscribers can remit by registered
letter or P.O. ( rder on Cincinnati, Ohio.
ADJ'KHTISISU RATES .
May be obtained on Application at the
18 8 2.
AT RUGBY, TENNESSEE
Now Open for Guests.
Amusements of all kinds provided. . Kishintr.
Swimming, Lawn Tennis, Croquet. Archery
Quoits, Flay Grounds tor Children, etc.
For Room ami Board.
1'cr Day MM and $2.50
Per Wool;: $7.00 to 810.00
Single Meals fiOc.
Families and Children at special moderate
A hack meets the trains at Redgemoor to
convey travelers to the "Tabard Hotel.
ABNER L. ROSS, Jr., Proprietor
P. J. PONSONBY,
Plain and Ornamental Plasterer,
And a full assortment of vegetables
AT THE GAJlhEiV.
plenty of it, Imt in the end it. will
succeed, and as hard work is ever
a blessing in the days to come,
when the farmer looks oveu his fields
"ripe untp the harvest," and kuows
how a few years before his hand
took the axe and the plow, big trees
and brush-wood reigned supreme on
those same lands, he will esteem the
days of almost ceaseless labor to
have been, perhaps in disguise,
among the advantages of the Rugby
I. O. Or. T
Temp; ranee Friends in Morgan or adjoining
counties, wishing to have a Lodire oi o l
Templars organised in their nuighborhoood.
will please address the County Deputy.
j. w. (iiLiis. c.n.ti.w.c.T.,
BOARD OF AID TOLL-OATK.
TICKETS at SPECIAL RATES
for the SeiuPniDor Hnud iiisiv be. bought I'V
applying' at the Hoard of Aid Uilic',
September 22nd, 188i. '
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
' KUUKY, TKNN.
V. T. holds Government Firsi-Clavs Advanced
Certificates of competency i:i Building Con
struction, from the Science and Art Depart
ment, South KeiisiiiKtnn. London.
Tiik English are the colonists of this
age, as the Greeks were twenty-live
hundred years ago. Wherever an
Englishman goes lie carries England
with him. lie carries his English
wife and begets fourteen children.
Those children are likewise prolific,
and the grandchildren are just as
English as the first settlers. Eng
land has a foothold at Southern
Africa. Now she has one in' the
valley of the Nile, and there she
will stay. She has both ends now,
and the continent of Africa is just
as sure to speak English as the
continent of .North America or
Australia. It is destiny, Baltimore
The English rifle team at Creed
more defeated the American riilc
men, on the loth inst., by 170 points.
Four persons were killed by a
tornado at Wi listed, Mass., on the
14th inst. The Missouri Car
Foundry works have been destroyed
by fire. Loss $150,000. One
hundred feet of the bank of the
Erie canal, near Camillas, N.Y., lias
broken. Tho only son of .Bishop
Wiley was burned to death at a lire
in Cincinnati last week. Two
tobacco dealers at Petersville, Ky.,
fought a duel with tobacco sticks,
each getting his left arm broken.
Seven men escaped from the Louis
ville , jail on the 15th inst., by
gagging the turnkey. In com
peting for a gold medal against the
English rifle team, Dolan, of the
American team, won. Ilanlau
will row Ross for the championship
of the world. Stakes $2,000.
The steamer Asia foundered on
Lake Huron, on the 15th inst.
.Nearly 100 lives lost. Engineer
Melville's wife has been sent to an
THE BROWN HOUSE.
Prettily situated in the most central
jaii of llayby.
The al)Ove Family Hotel is now open for the
reception of Visitors and Boarders, and every
effort is made to provide for the requirements
of visitors, while permanent boarders will find
a comfortable and economical residence.
Single Meal -
BOAUD AND LoLKUXO.
iw Voo - - ' SO 50 to $7.00
According to situation of room.
The war in Egypt is over. The
decisive fight has taken place, and
the churches of England are offering
to the God of Battles their thankful
praises. . The soldiers of . Arabi
Pasha half of them a mere rabble
are disastrously defeated, and
Englishmen are discussing the affair
as though the enemy had been a
first-class military power. The
victory was a foregone conclusion,
so far as actual fighting was con
concerned. The real contest was
with the forces of 'nature, the hot
sun, the suffocating air, the burning
sand, and the host of "ills that ilesh
is heir to," even in the "land of
That good, great good, will eventu
ally come, out of this, conquest of
gypt, we believe, as we believe
good arises, providentially, out of
every war, and, as Lowell well says,
Not but win abstract war is horrid,
1 : I sign to tliet with all my heart,
But civlyz.ition tloos git forrid
Sometimes upon a powder-cart."
Mr. Ballard, an English civil
engineer, has contributed a small
book to Egyptian Pyramid literature,
in which he maintains, with a good
deal of ingenuity, that the great
monuments were merely "the theod
olites of the Egyptians.".
E. J. WILLIAMS,
II ELLEN WOOD, TENN.
Coon Table anp I'i.kasant Rooms.
Ihtds to HunUville awl olhf pyints ahvays in
' Within fifty feet of Entrance to Thv,l Hotel
Cigars and Tobacco. Coffee, Cocoa, Ac
TuuNe'w YurkAVuTld 'is "snowing
up" the Ring jobbery of the Brook
lyn Bridge, and if the case is as it
is represented to be, then the
swindlers concerned deserve to wear
the convict's garb for the rest of
their natural lives. The cost of the
bridge has swelled from 7,000,000
to $15,000,000, and will probably
be 20,000,000, which is anything
but a pleasant prospect for the
taxpayers of both New York and
insane asylum. -Evangelist Barnes
is going to Cincinnati. At a
circus performance at Mt. Airy,
N.C., fifty persons were injured by
the falling of some seats. Eight
hundred pounds of powder exploded
at Santa Cruz, Cal., on Tuesday.
One man killed. The loin: strike
at Pittsburg and some other towns
in Pennsylvania is terminated.
A coal train, falling, through a
trestle bridge at Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
seriously injured a number of work
men. i'rotessor h. K Barnard,
of Nashville, Tenn., has found a new
comet in the constellation of the
Twins near the star Lambda,
General Wolsoloy on Sept. loth
telegraphed from Cairo, "The war is
over." Tho same day he further
dispatched the message "Arabi
Pasha and Toulba Pasha are both
confined in our guardroom'." News
of the capture of Arabi is generally
received by tho Arabs with the
wildest enthusiasm, and the surren
der of men and arms is very general.
At Tel-el-Kebir, canned provisions
suilicient for 20,000 men were cap
tured. Arabi Pasha when taken
before the Khedive presented any
thing but a heroic figure, or as the
"Saviour of his country." lie swore
he had not been aware that he was
in arms against the Khedive. Pris
oners and even somewhat; prominent
rebels are being treated with great
magnanimity. A mixed English
and Egyptian Military Commission
will try the rebel chiefs. The Khe
dive will go to Cairo on Monday,
escorted by the Bengal Lancers.
Thousands of natives aro returning
to Cairo. Abdallah, commander of
Damietta, has been shot by his own
troops. A grand review is to be held
at Cairo on the 27th inst.
1 leavy iloods in Lombardy, Vcnctia
and the Tyrol have done much
damage. The. cities of Trent and
Verona have been inundated.
Cholera is still raging in Manilla.
The electoral campaign is being
P0TBURY & MILLER.
&hrs $ 0o)ifcctio,icrs;
In every Branch of the Trade,
Dread of alt' kinds baked and delivered
daily. Mat rial f the best
qualify only used.
Chattanooga is in a state of intense
excitement, and it is not cause for
surprise, when it is known that two
prominent ' and esteemed citizens
have been murdered in the discharge
of their duty. There was, however,
the other evening, on a report of the
capture of : the Taylors, a wild,
unreasoning, mad display of indigna
tion, very inconsistent in a civilized
community, surrounded by the laws
and safeguards of modern American
society in large centers. What was
the reason for this display ? Was it
because of a fear of some uncer
tainty in the laws procedure, or a
dread lest, by some technicality, the
murderers would escape punish
meut? We believe the tendency, so
common in this country, to lynch
criminals, arises more irom certain
legal and disciplinary laxities, than
from any revengeful sentiment. The
populace is more law-abiding than
"To scorn delights and live laborious
days," should be tho motto of the
settler in Rushy. There is ;io other
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
has given the Mayor of Jersey City
$30,000, as a voluntary contribution
toward the city's expenses.- Mr.
Coodsell and his daughter Rebecca
were killed by lightning near Bryant,
Ind., on Monday. A Quaker,
near Grand Junction, Iowa, watch
ing his melons on Sunday night,
lired at three thieves, killing one,
and wounding the others. The
In Arrow-smith's map of Tennessee,
published in 1804, there are but few
counties compared with those now
in existence. The present number boot factory of Richardson & Co.,
is ninety-four. The rivers are all j of Elnura, N.V., has been burned,
pretty much denoted. In West i Loss $300,000. Four firemen were
Tennessee there is no town marked. ! seriously hurt by falling walls. A
East Tennessee was in the Wash-jgroeer at Des Moines, la., named
ington District. Sunnier was aMmnos, has been knocked down in
large county in those days, but since his store and robbed of 'J0O.
then some dozen counties have betm Two thousand citizens of New York
made out of it. Knoxville, Jones- welcomed home Engineer Melville
boro and Maryville appear. West I of the Jvaaudk Arctic expedition.
of the Tennessee river, the district j A raft of oak timber worth
is called the Chickasaw country, j 100,000 was broken up recently by
South of the Great Basin . of j a -fierce gale at Kiugston, Out., and
Middle Tennessee was the Cherokee
Alabama, in charge of a child, broke
It is not an easy thing for an its neck to keep it quiet. Mew
Englishman,' until he has been some j iork s free baths have been a great
the timber scattered over the lake.
A negro boy in Morgan county,
actively prosecuted in Germany.
At Swineford, County Mayo, Lord
Dillon has issued 1,000 ejectment
decrees. His Lordship has received
no rent since 1879. A cable is to
be laid from Lisbon, touching at the
Azores, to the United States.
Twenty men have been killed by an
explosion of fire-damp at Dutmund,
Germany. A rebellion is in pro
gress in Madagascar on account of
the Queen prohibiting the exporta
tion of ebony, rosewood and other
products. The Australian crick
eters were beaten at Manchester,
last week. The Thames Rowinir
Club beat the Hillsdales on the 17th
inst. The Hillsdales led for soma
distance, but fouled their opponents
twice, and at last broke a slide.
Finally, they vcre only fourteen
seconds behind the winning crew.
An International Electrical Exhi
bition has been opened at Munich.
Sir James Alderson, physician
extraordinary to Queen Victoria, is
dead. Lord Spencer has visited
the scene of the murder of the Joyce
family. The cities of Tar ma,
Jaiya and lluancayo, in Peru, have
been pillaged and burned by lawless
soldiery and Indians. When the
Chilian army left large numbers of
Peruvian families went with it, for
protection. The Chilian garrison at
Concepcion were massacred, as were
also numbers of women and children.
The city is now a ruin. A lar"e
have used them. The
time in this country, to define the success this season. About 2,500,000 j number of prominent Englishmen
have joined the Longfellow Memorial
Committee. A street railway lias
been laid in Athens. If Socrates or
Xenophoucould "revisit the glimpses
of the moon" how they would stare !
The Czar and Czarina went to
Moscow on Wednesday, over tho
political platforms of the parties j persons have
around him, or to feel that his I wife of President Gonzales is passing
previous political educalun and! the summer in Wysconsin. Boston,
Kimau, viueinuau, lUiinauhcu aim
Louisville are holding Expositions.
The Sprague estate in Kenne
bec County, Me., has been attached
by William Sprague for $250,000.
President Barrios, of Gautemala,
has arrived in New York from
England, much disgusted because
experience win tana nun amwig
either Republicans or Democrats.
There is something in both parties
attractive to him, aud akin to the
Liberalism or Conservatism left
behind beyond the sea; therefore,
for a considerable time he sits upon
the fence. A political slang diction
ary would be of much service in
defining the, almost, hundreds of
he could not raise a loan.
The gas works at Wabash, Indiana,
words descriptive of parties, sections j being levied upon for taxes, the.city
of parties, campaign procedure, and
lot for him than hard work, and ! men, measures and manners
was left in darkness on Thursday
railway, guarded by 30,000 troops.
They were received with the utmost
enthusiasm, at some parts the crowds
being so dense as to permit of the
horses walking only. Stanley, tho
African traveler, has arrived m
Lisbon. Pusey is dead. Gladstone
Ncwiu .in walkod beoide the collin.
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