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v. JYlkov & i'roprk-ti.r.
15. 1800. 'IV is tutl:sSicl every Saturday at iuv t'u'.isclnn (lfte. Central Avenue, ilri.y, J-I-Tsrfer County, Teuo. I 'I k. i :- vi 'i.i erurcd at t'ne Post-ofilcc at , 'JVtui. as ieiMiit!-c!ass lr.si! n or. t'oui.ty and GeniTuJ Inulheiico irom the vl olo Pi'-irict and w.-t.x'i-s of local eve ttswi l-c iJ :'i:l,i'v.ii3' received. Corre:jH.i.,;:t.ce on topics of interest is in vite.!. TLc cawo and address of tl.e writer mist ev!iipu:y ?J! ccrr.rrxrjichtioiis, if fcr i.lii.:ati.-n. S.ALUT0RY. It is Mill; pleasure not unmixed u;th anxiety that we take the edi torial chair of the " News." If we cur. please our readers, establish the f'.:cws" on a i'iira basis and be of m .'y .help tc IUigby we shall be more liuvu plcsuvd. "Vben we think of or tho failure of those who have o Lefore us in this journalistic fir-Id, wo feel somewhat anxious as iv the result. i ve pullifh a live newspaper it will o certain to help the town, av.il if the citizens give a helping hfiru!; the paper will stay. "iVe sue not egotistical enough to i ay that we shall publish a live news paper.but we are going to try. We f.Lail be ready at all times to advocate anything that will be ben eficial to Itngby and vicinity. It is an easy matter to read the1 past, but to read the future is vary uncertain work. Let us glance over the past of Rugby and perhaps we will find the the key that will unlock the future. During the eleven years past, Bugby has experienced all of the numerous chiinges of fortune. Having had one taste of a boom, it has looked continually for anoth er. For seme years the present was disregarded in hopes of what the future might bring forth. It was a long time before the settlers realized that they must "hoe their own row" and not look to the Board of Aid for all of their prosperity. WLed this finally came about, ilone that verenot adapted to make their way, under the cir cumstances in which they were placed, gradually withdrew. Our population has now settled down to two classes; these who can make a living here and those who have sufficient means to live on. Eugby has been somewhat un fortunate in many of its settlers. We find many sections of America in which the wilderness has been changed into fine farms, where the the pioneers labored under many disadvantages unknown here. The soil will average as gocd or better here, than one-half of the United States and is better watered than three-fourths of the country. Our winters are very mild in comparison with those farther north and aro notsevere when compared with those farther south. For health it is hard to find places that will compare with ours. The rainfall is usually sufficient through out the year and we have less very wet or very dry seasons than almos ny other section of the country. Loud is d cap prd not hard t'ask a person to come who you Ctear. etoefc can nnd their living in the woods during the greater part of the year. Now, with all these advantages, why have we not prospered more? As we said before, Rugby was ur fortunate in many of its earlier sett lers. AVe iNean nothing aeainst them as individuals, for many of them were numbered among our best citizens. The fact is, they were hot adapted to being pioneers. Let us look at how the early sett lers managed in the timbered sec tions of the North. If they paid for their land and had a little money left, they were well-off. A house was built according to their means No more stock was purchased than was absolutely needed, fof land must be cleared before any.. thing could be raised to feed them on, as there was no range. As fast as the land could be cleared, and usually it was done by their own h bor, it was seeded down to grass. They increased their stock as fast as they had feed for them. We have known some here to in vest largely in .stock the first thing, and when winter came, there wa6 nothing to feed them. Tho result was, a loss and dissatisfaction with the country. A large proportion of those who failed here, had more means than nine-tenths of the sett lers in the northern states hai Rugby kas lived and is more prosperous then it was during the boom of ten years ago. Scm? will dispute this, but we insist that there is more solid prosperity in the de pend-on -yourself feeling of to-day, then ever was in the time when al looked to the Board for everything What' will the future be? The future of Rugby will depend, in a great measure, upon what the pres ent citizens may do. Learning from the experience of tho past, let us not look to much towards uncer tainties, but take advantage ot what there is before us. What kind of people do we want here and what inducements can we offer them? We do not want those that will rntke a failure. What are we going to ask them to come here for? We have good water power for factories, but it will takr more influence to bring these, than we posess as private citizens. The must be brought by the higl e . ow er. It is the small farmers whom we can influence the best. There is an abundance of good land to be had at a reasonable price and if taken hold of by therigb. men, will make productive farms. The whole section along the rail road, south of us, will furnish goot. markets. For the men who wii come here, clear up the land, gei in grass and put on stuck as fast : they can raise feed, there is a goc;c. opening. The man who comes Ivk and buys his stock before ho ruin-; any feed, will go "away wiser poorer. Under the present circumstances wo must look in the farming com munities, especially in those to .he north of us, for the settlers to whom we can offer inducements. If you know of one person tl a you think would succeed here, urg hiiaa to come. Do not, for anything think will make a failure of it. There is no one that has more faith in Rupby, or a greater desire for its prosperity than we have, but we think it best to treat the mattere candidly and truthfully. We shall never, knowingly, offer a falso in ducement to any person to locate here. f ) fWLUait. OFFICE DAYS AT RUGBY, TENN., Wednesdays & Saturdays. B. RIDDELL. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER, B. G, ALLEN, M, D, PHYSICIAN & BURGEON, JIOF.BIXS.TENN.. Vi!l Visit RUGBY, Sundays and Wednesdays, Ctefccattiai HUk, SY tSehi hit orTf!(Jy eefWCSy n2l is frf jf teat. CJwieC(hereMii2Sft! ttjfrtiiy,ibftfl A MuKiautc liuiawtot le iouou tit R ikwtRl AVpUea'cUItp. Uvtrfhoi7nxAnrasA&mSsM Vhc lMmhfttt!a.R -a'jfxia tt !a cm ot eceSUetua. Th o Iloveowlfo need It to cmerlIVaitly m 'flto C.mtiiJaT t.wd it for b tettnie and hit mm. This M-!iE-2i;.i uuede U alwara oa bis worli beach. ! fffen Kif.P tMe?fl ft la oesn of eoietsette?. Vbo neneetuecdeit can't aBtftkmgwlthoii It. The Vtirmtv e-.-wda It la liiJ Items, &te tteXtte, fend bla utoeic yard, Tb Gi.ce intent mritt rt!t9 BoasinM xjk& it til liberal eiiptly floetand tfiara, '?fc Karso-iViscieir nstx!e li t ia bto b 'J?bi Mtor('irrw)r uotJs It trill l are blot 4Sient:'53 ot dollars and a trontd e? trouble. "iJJit Ua1)7ip.(ititfttsDee4iiilwillncerlft w j Vjk na 1'Iu is a vt.und of aooldonbi itnd daeE. t 'i'ie KacJdfwtj'ofcisian ncadelt. Ttoe Is tKith- j in-? )!t it as mi umW.t tor tiie d:vrif,Tr9 to Mfs, The Mi'ohaK iM3dji ttelxrat 5tis etof o.'seffg V I.. . . 1,.... ..-.. . I.' u. A. ,w 11 VnnvLAn Ait WVaM i t!i,wMaetbeIw.tjpUniwiDiaw(iQt4cto liLoo;: a EtUi SioisAe. "fiti Um bst of te-so-MW. KoepaBtsJlntheFootWT. ItBtoWMHsta tis !n r9 of .?cldeasetive3pJa and loss sf irngej. a Cottlo Always! tU3eU tor Wtknmmd, t'. tti -xl ia no r , kip jiu'jiii4, bur t' .w.. . : i j,n,uu., oii no iigut, juc ei. i.-t I, t., fr.,jn,.iutiou, bht jVVti. Uiv. V.. V.4uj11ji.' AlLiv'u aVu u CtklS t..o vs.s t. or J ,..- (u.d Am, i.let' i ,..t w t lw', l.bddUttut I'ttvur, . u i.b Avu., I. 1 over, ad tiver C'oui- ' 1 a. 1" e.s9 of miuve, t , v C..J li c- oi.'.. r b.e aul'unt" ,cd, lyour i i Jst, to refuud tlic ..Co.jlcveHjMacs. U bj iill Druggists, r n. ml mmm site X-'ifaii-'v' Lfc&r Ma i&. ft r. M k s h PAlfi DESTROYS end SPSClFli FOR INFUOATION AND MtKOr.PKACES. Rhoum at! s m , U eu r&lgia. Kc oilur p. 1,-vralion his cur-u so many of these iiiusr.g : amrlain! i as the SM1yeC Or.r V5BeP is bva'.i.i?i:c in :n-?s disewy, Luraoago, I'An in Bn-U St'.c, cc. V.i' t)lis'H&jit (jo crrrts) for vie w lion fcmoyiu o diiihing is ir.comtrie-.it., is a great Ive'p iar? llivinj i:if:str.:i..-.try i.ics. lioss. Of fron &ny CiUts;, is rp edily controUcd s; stopecfi. Our ATfisis.i Nyr5v (3 cents), and fJsS.a5fm (t.oo),ars jjrat aid ill ?. rresitiiis interna! bleeding. Diphtheria & SoreTh roat tvOiGi promptly. It i." a sure care, De'ay is da-igwoits, Crv 'i 'rhc Sfstwct ! the 0it1??pe fUtcif I lie cific for this disease, Cold in He?, etc. Ouf "Cf.trpSi Ci re," special. ! fptrcd to meet serious cases, cbnta'u 11 tV .: curative prnpsrtics of the fcSaurfJCtJ our Kftfti KyifiKH?. invaluable for use in ca-tar-hsL afijetiont, is slmii'.e and inexpensive. ores,-Ulcers, Wounds, Sprains and Bruies. to?, cooling f.nd c'ean.iiiv;. Use 'our OJllt Kiii'nt in connect ion with the Extracts it wiU aid iu be:diiig, sofiening and ia keeping out the sir. a Burneand Scalds. ft iniriva!d, &nd should be kept in evary tuo iiy readv for use in case of accidents. Adrosaing four iiS.cjtoaaitt will aid iu healing nd prr. fent scars, inflamed c'r Sore Eyes, It cut lie tised without the slightest fear of barm, quickly allaying ail inl'Umniation mi eoietia.1 wi;nc-.ir pain, aracho,Tocthaclie and (TMiMtn!iA Wlicti the Essfft is rfcUBatIIOi ustd , according to direc- tiens. its etTcct is sSmvnV wondertui. r3; -0 K!n4J?.io.ta;sJs:0!PSteMirlsr. I lt, it Jc the greatest known rtmedy ; rar idiy cui ing when other tr.cdic:ns have foikd. VonA, ExtxtMst Kietfllfi PPff for closet use is a praveutive against Chiiing and Pik-s. Our isitaassi't is of peat ser vice where the removal of clotltirg is iacoaw nient. caciour, that moiherc who have once used it w;!i revcr ba without it. Our 4MMteiOn i the best e:r.o!Ui:ut that can be a-pplicd. Female Com plair.ts.cKS be called in for the majority of female diseases .f the JEx tract ba used. Full direction acuux.' raiy ench bottle. .An Pond's Extract toe words Poosl'e EsitrftCt " blo-ra the sf-ass, ond cur picture trademark on scf rourdsnff. oun wrapper. Aiway ka-.isr on cav- lnsr F:ond'a Extvuef , jmtti y in our bvtiitA JFrite no other preiKuratioo. It s'j at Mt toti in hulk or by vnauarr. Pirlee ofPsrii's Extract, ToOsfc Irtt cles aal Kjpeci? Iticfa. POHO'S EXTRACT 50c., S1.W, S!.7i Tc!!f.t Craarn t.COl Catarrh Cure- 75 Dwtifrlco SO i Plaster 25 LipSatve f3j!n!u!or(G!iS8 SOcM.OO T-!letoi?(3C:;o8) 50 Nasal Syrlnjje 25 Otaant 60!Kodicaiod Paper- 23 - Feffiliv Sytinge, $1,00. Pawd only by PQKD'S EXTRACT CO, L NEW YORK ANQ LOSDOW. . 845. Ulttsteatei Hanri-Bcok 1834, For the Farm and Garden. 1 so pages. WM illustrations, ftnd a To.aH;il Colored Plate ttt flower, tells VViaBl, "Viie mid 5Sow to nlacit find in nil! of in!Vr'nnttnu tnv,iii.u). i,i nr inwreaiBu m iai'Ui'niiis!. ilalled tor tie.. llltixti-iUeti Wuvelty I,!nt, uuituriuiiiir tui lilt nwusi VAMeilcj rlowfrH, pfrGtah'.t-B, Ce il., trn.l,l'liuts,M rnaiied tresi , A.cl have on harxd fc ' when you. wr-mt to pla-tit. 1 FLOWER fljl rtA H GARDEN r0B $liUUi W pockets choice Flower Seeds (our wfee&w), In :?din5, Jf11,1 SRIK'!S (a,mi3;tre MO TOteHw of glower Beeflg), for $1.00. VEGETABLE GARDEN FOR $1.00. , 20 pkt. Choice Vegetablo Seeds (our selection), including Uli,iS's American Wonder Pee, for $1. BOTH the above for $1.3 5. Gardener's ITand uook itiung you now w grow tucm, sent tree witn orders. b. k. bliss & mm, 34 BarcSay St., ov-York. FOR THE PESBSAflESeT CUSE Cr COM6TIPAT10W, trycsCousttTjation, end no reiueayb.13 evor equalled the eelobKitcni Kidne7WorS .ie a' 'cure. Whatever tbo cause, ho-ivevci1 olxitintvlo! the eaoo, tills retue3ywillover3caoH. plaint is Toi-y Btiti to b;;' oompiioated witiicoiislipaUon. Kldnoy-Wjrt Btrengtueaa me w eawonect parte and. aMcsly ouree ullkindsof K oven when jxtijuicioue ena raetuomsn jaavu oeioro mnca. ia- tylf youuavoalthBrof thoue troutiiea imwKnj ?j?nrt . For Broken B roast and Sore Nipp?ee.he!; t w 1 -iSRv,iw iSi ROW ff w$ W Ks. F .5-7. -ii 3..... trcw7' ''. ,V"V, I... , V j-M't .V':-r-; Vv'.' 2"V vjf mm fn mm fcL'j ."i fhw Improved High Arm? New Mechanical Principles ; and Rotary Movements, Auto matic, Direct and Perfect Ac tion, Culinder Shuttle, Self-set ting Pfezdlo, Positive Feed, ITo (Springs, rem Pai'tn, Minimum Weight, ITo Friction, Pfo Noise, No Wear, No Fatigue, ITa J "Tantrums," Capacity Unlim ited, Alway3 in Order, Richly Ornamsnteu, Nickelplated, and Gives Perfect Satisfaction. Send for Circulars. Addroup AVERY MACHINE CO,? 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