Had Been Entered. Dr. Cawood Finds that His House Was Burglarized some time Ago
Dr. J. C. Cawood, dean emeritus of the Tennessee Medical college, has found that his residence on Fifth aveune [sic] was sure enough burglarized as reported some two or three months ago. Recently it was discovered that a box containing the clothes of his son, the late Dr. Chas. M. Cawood, was relieved of its contents.
A negro by the name of Anderson Mitchell, alias Anderson Dabney, was arrested in Dandridge yesterday charged with the act. He had on an overcoat belonging to the lot of clothes stolen.
He will be brought to Knoxville for trial.
Source: Knoxville Daily Journal and Tribune, January 19, 1895, page 3
Dr. J. C. Cawood has returned from Dandridge to resume his practice and collegiate duties.
Source: Knoxville Daily Journal and Tribune, January 23, 1895, page 5
Mr. L. M. King a prominent young lawyer of Dandridge was in the city yesterday to represent Anderson Mitchell, alias Duffney, charged with housebreaking and larceny before ‘Squire Sellers. Preliminary examination was waived and defendant was bound to court.
‘Squire Sellers yesterday bound to court and committed to jail a negro by the name of Anderson Mitchell, who confessed to robbing the home of Dr. J. C. Cawood, several months hence.
Source: Knoxville Daily Journal and Tribune, March 3, 1895, page 4
National Dental Association
Dr. R. N. Kesterson, dean of the dental department of Tennessee Medical college, left on the early train for Asbury Park, N. M., where he goes to attend the meetings of the National Association of Dental Faculties, and the American Dental association. The doctor goes as a delegate from the Tennessee Dental association, and also as representative of the dental department of the Tennessee Medical college. He will be absent ten days.
Source: Knoxville Daily Journal and Tribune, July 31, 1895, page 4