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Specialties: ;Flre, Tornado, Plate
61mm, Employers Liability and Steam
Boiler Insurance. 1anl5
KEUAIILK SALESMAN WANTED.
We do not promise (treat riches, but
tag make it an object to the right man
to sell our Lubricating Oils and Ureases.
Address ns at once.
The Ki'cmp Oil Company,
TALUAKLE F4RM FOB SALE,
In Crijlps Onun-y. at Aspen Hill, seven miles
south, of Pulaski; IhiI acres. (10 in blue grass;
oreel& tttom IhihIb; no buck-hone; on L.
A N. U.K. Call on or address
U T. H. Bkow.m.nu, 1'uluskl, Tenn.
1. I. BRAY,
"Ve to ri iisxiy
graduate and Medal M. of the Ontario
Veterinary College, Toronto, Canada.
Office: Harlan, Parks & Harlan's Stable.
Telephone . 2. fel)l2.
We Carry the following:
well-known brands of QQjJ
HIKl .IKt.l.l' O.
tiet our prices before luvlng.
W. H. DAVIS & CO
Office: Ruttlc's Old Stand.
July 2i) Citizen' Telephone No. 91.
Columbia :-: Athenaeum,
Boarding and Day School for Girls.
Instruction In P"lmar.v, High School and
fUll College work, witti special advantage
hi Mvwlo, Art, Elocution, Hhort-hand and
'"TnVr,; September 5, 1898.
Ftr catalogues or further Information
ROItEKT I). SMITH,
July 16 8m President.
J. A. TITGOHJB,
James A. Smiser,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR in CHANCERY,
Office: Front rooms in Masonic Temple
over Figuurs & McLemore s 9' ore.
N. B. I huve moved from the Wbitthorne
Mock; remember to call at my new quar
ters.. Dr. Jos. T. Eleadors,
Barden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, t Tenn.
Telephone No. 72,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer In
Watches,. Clocks and Jewelry
Fine-watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
BetheD Krnek, I COLUMBIA, TEN
Dr: W. M. BIDDLE. '
Office: Corner High and Eighth StreeU
Office hours: 8 to 10-3 to 4.
DWELLINGS AND LOTS F OK HALE.
He to nil bouses and lots for sale for cash or
n time. V. H. Smith. It
Beginning at 11 o'clock a. m., January
1 will sell to the hitrhest bidder the per
sonal property of Mrs. RebeccaO. Row
en, deceased, consisting of the follow
ing items, to-wit:
Stove, utensils and other kitchen and
dining room furniture: several bed
steads, tables, bureaus, che3ts, feather
beds, chairs, bath-tub, etc.
A large lot of millet hay and clover
bay ; ten acres oats in bundle; lot of
weet potatoes, and live or six hundred
barrels of corn.
Ten work mules, 21 steers (1 and 2-year-old
grazers), 5 heifers, 3 milch
eows, half inteiest in bull, 88 sheep and
lambs, one tine boar, 140 stock hogs.
Tools and Implements.
Two open elevator right hand "Mc
Gomick"b!nders, used one and two sea
sons respectively; 2 old ' Deerinar" bind
ers; ) new "Superior"disc drill; 1 "Hoo
sier" drill; 1 grain grader; I new "Mc
Cormick" mower; 1 each "peering"
and 'Wood" mower; 1 hay tedder; 2
new dtsi, plows, "Moline" and "Tiger;"
i "New lHal" and 2 "Cassidy" sulky
plowst2"Impertal" goose-neck plows;
1 No. 40 "Oliver" left hand; 1 No. 4
"South Bend" plow; several cultivator!,
double shovels and bulltougues; 1 disc
harrow; 1 "AH Purpose" harrow; 1 new
com planter, check rower and drill at
One new S-inch "Capitol" wagon.
)ne new 3'vinch "Ruehford" wagon.
One good 3'a-inch wagon.
One old watton.
One feed-cutter, hand or power ; 2 corn
shellers; 1 new scalding box; a farm
hoii! lame lot harness, blacksmith
tools, spring wagon, phaeton, sulky,
BhOVeU, piCKS, ?arueu iiiineiuui, cnj.
Terms of Sale.
For all sums under f ri.OO, cash will be
required. For sums over $25.00, pur
chaser may give note for six months,
with approved ecurity.
O. J. PORTER, Administrator.
dec!6 4t. .
S rrlb for the Herald.
To-night two weeks hence, Fri
day, December 30, Dr. Steele will
deliver his lecture, "Life In Dixie
Before the War," at the First Meth
odist Church In Columbia. This is
said to be one of the most pleasing:
lectures, to young and old, now be
ing delivered from the American
platform. Dr. Steel has delivered it
to crowded houses in some of the
largest auditoriums in the large ci
ties, and always to the dellghtof his
hearers. The price of admission
will be 25 cents to adults, 10 cents to
children. The proceeds will go to
wards building an - annex to this
church, to be used as a Sunday-
Chancel Circle Entertainment.
The entertainment given at the
Opera House last Friday evening by
the young ladies of the C hancel Cir
cle of St. Peter's Church, was a very
enjoyable affair and proved quite a
success. A select programme of
musical selections was rendered, af
ter which the audience enjoyed a
cake-walk, participated la by a
number of soldier boys. Many
thanks are due the band of the Sec
ond Mississippi Regiment, l'd by
rroL Leak, for the music they fur
nished for the occasion.
Mrs. Robert Pillow entertained
the Ladies' Whist Club In a most
delightful manner last Tuesday
morning at her home on Westi
Miss Pearl Provine entertained
the Wednesday Afternoon Whist
Club this week.
The officers of the First and Second
Mississippi regiments gave a de
lightful gerinau at the Bethell
House last Friday night. Charlie's
band, from Nashville, furnished the
music for the occasion. The follow
ing were among the number in at
tendance: Lieut. French, Miss
Rebecca Williamson; Lieut. Utter
bach, Miss Eunice Lee; Lieut.
Quackenbosh, Miss Bessie Lee;
Capt Shields, Mis Minnie Towler;
Sergt. MUburn, Miss Daisy Towle;
Capt. Dumont, Miss Louise Dobbins;
Lieut. Cox, Miss Jean Dobbins;
Lieut. McCormick, Miss Virginia
Carpenter; Lieut. Bedon, Miss Mam
ie Hodge; Lieut. Southworth, Miss
Marion Hodge; MaJ. Hoskins, Miss
Annie Evans; Lieut. Maguire, Miss
Carrie Rainey; Cupt. Martin, Miss
Elizabeth McLemore; Lieut. Camp
bell, Miss Nellie Carroll; Lieut
Anighi, Miss Louise Frierson ; Lieut.
Cassidy, Miss Baxstrom; J. W. Wal
ston, Mios Mina McLemore; John
Oant, Miss Skinner; Drake Clopton,
Miss Williams; Lieut. McOowau,
Miss Eva James; Dr. Bower, Miss
Florence Farrell; Mr. and Mrs. T.
N. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mc
Lemore, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mc
Klnney. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Ded-
inan,'Capt. Scales and wife, MaJ
Porter and wife; Sergt. Marks, Miss
Emma D. Grigsby ; Mesdames Pil
low, James, Williamson, Ridley,
Morgan, McLemore, Mr. at.d Mrs.
L.B.Hughes; Will Jones, W. W.
Moore, Win. Evans, Cheaits Mayes,
Lieut. Starling, Sergt. Nelson, R. W.
Campbell, Capt. Shannon.
Buggies and Surries.
We have the largest assortment
of both high and medium grade
buggies, surries, and phretous in
the city. Call and see
tf ATTERFIELD & DODSON.
ATLANTA'S PEaCE J UBI LEE.
President McKlnley and Colonel Uryan
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 11 Atlanta's
Peace Jubilee, which is to be ushered
in next Wednesday moining, gives
promise of being the largest demon
stration of any character held in the
South in recent years.
Democrats and Republicans alike
will sit side by side at the banquet
next Thursday night, and for the
time being Atlanta will be a city
Perhaps the most striking feature
of the celebration will be the pres
ence of Colonel W. J. Bryan and
President McKlnley, for whom al
most adjoining seats have been
arranged at the banquets, both men
to respond to toasts of a patriotic
The City Grain & Feed Co., will
buv vour corn in the oar on cars at
WILL REMAIN IN COXUKESS.
MaJ. Uen. Wheeler Decide t Ly Down
Washington, December 12 The
friends of Representative Wheeler
have at last induced him to reoon-
8fder his former decision to retire
from the Houe. To-night Gen.
Wheeler stated that although he had
not yet made up his mind definitely,
the probabilities were he would re
main in Congress and resign from
the army. He has been receiving
hundreds of letters from his constit
uents and friends all over the coun
try urging him to remain inCongress.
Himilar requests have been made by
his colleagues on the floor of the
House. As a result the famous cav
alry leader hasdeclded to reconsider
his former decision, and the chances
are that he will reta'u his seat In
Mitchell Wagons, none so good, buy
the best, bee
tf Satterkield & Dodson.
THE COMING OF CHRISTMAS.
There's something in the air now,
Just what it's hard to tell.
That seems to warm a person up
And make th bosom swell.
A sort of friendly feeling,
A klndiv, mniai glow
What's th'atf The Christmas spirit?
liy jinks! it must be sol
For it conies in which December,
When the skies are bleak and gray,
And it seems to ttrow and prosper
W:th the passlug of each day.
It's theChrlrtmas spirit, surely.
And It's full of lightsome cheer
Then here's hurrah tor Christmas,
The best time of the year!
Chicago Times- Herald.
relieves Coughs and Croup
almost immediately. Guar
anteed to give satisfaction
or money returned.
Guaranteed to cure a cold
in one day.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
OYER THE COUNTY
Cabinet photos $1 per doz. Young
& Evans. tf
Mr. N. M. Page and family will
move to Roberts' Bend next week.
Stiversville will be connected
with Columbia by telephone in a
Mr. Stewart Green, of Stiversville,
killed a hoglast week which weighed
It is feared by some that the wheat
crop in the county has been dam
aged by the recent cold weather.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Roberts, of
Roberts' Bend, will leave to-day for
Tampa, Fla , to spend several
Bring all your skunk, 'coon and
'possum skins to me. Highest mar
ket prices paid. 8rte me before "ell
lug. I. Barker. in 2
Rev M. E. Oabard, of McCain",
was culled to New Market, Ala., his
old pastorate, last week, to conduct
a funeral service.
The pupils of McCains Academy
will proeut a play entitled the
"Rough Rider" at the school build
ing, on Friday-night, December 23.
"Hustling Boy and Lizy 81,
writing from Glenn's Store, fail to
sign their real nmn. Amnvrmus
letters never find their way Into the
Rev. J. H. Peoples has sold his
farm near McCains to Mr. Hinrtm in
for $3,250. He will move his family
to Bell Buckle soon, where he will
make his future home.
Master John Petty, of McCains.
had his leg broken just above the
knee last Monday, by the horse
which he was riding slipping and
falling upon him.
Mammoth bronze turkeys for sale.
Toms $2 60. hens $1 60. apply to
Mrs W. E. Blackman,
Bell Telephone 1214. Loco Tenn.
There is to be a double wedding
near Bryant Station on the morning
of Christmas day. All the parties
are expected to attend the lecture
at Smyrna, near Bryant Station, on
the day of their marriage.
In another place in this paper will
be found the notice of Dr. O. J. Por
ter. Admr. of Mrs. Rebecca Bowen,
dee'd, offering for palp, on Jan. 11th.
all the household and kitchen furni
ture, farming implement, stock,
provender, etc. Read the notice
and remember the date, lou may
find something there that you want.
Grocery Store for Rent.
Corner 6th and North Main streets.
Apply at this office. dec 16 2t.
The Chicago Milk Trust is now
an assured fact, rne organization
will have a capital of $10,000,000.
The 1898 crops of corn and oats are
floured as worth $83,000,000 more
than the crops of 18U7.
A man at Jackson, Tenn., who was
shot in the head some months ago
had his life saved last week by
means of the x ray. The man had
become paralyzed from the effects of
the wound, and the ball could not be
located uutil the light was applied
Old Heralds Wanted.
Our files from the beginning of
1880 to the close of 1888, are incom
plete. We wish to make up a file
for these years, and will pay for
Herald's bearing date between
and Inclusive of these years. Mail
or bring them to the Herald office
COLUMBIA HERALD UO.,
tf , . ; - .Columbia, Tenn
Manrj County .Medical Society.
The Maury County Medical Socie
ty held Its second puonc meeting in
the hall over the Maury National
Bank last Tuesday. Dr. J. H. Wilkes
read an Interesting paper on "The
Prevention of Dipntheria."
Ed Lamar to Miss Llr.zie Davis.
i. V. Fltzfterald to Miss Annie Odil.
Joe T. Wilkes to Miss Berth
We sell Myrs' pumps, hay
and water tanks. See
tf Satterfikld 4 Dodson
Pastors, Bunday-school superin
tendents and church officials of all
the churches in Maury County are
requested to send to the Herald.
for publication in this column, any
announcement or notice or news
item that may be of interest to their
Rev. J. H. Thompson preached at
H opewell last Sunday afternoon.
Chaplain Solomon preached in the
First Baptist Church last Sunday
The Mack Missionary Society met
yesterday afternoon at 8 o'clock with
Mrs. J. P. Street.
Chaplain So'omon will preach in
the First Presbyterian church next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Rev. Baker P. Lee will address
the Sunday-school at Godwin chapel
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Eld. Win. Anderson, of Carters
Creek, Tenn., is holding a series of
meetings at Betch Grove church
uear Yell. Le wisburg Sentinel.
The Lidies Union Prayer Meeting
will meet to-day at 3 p m. with Mis.
Frank Aydelotte. Subject: "Pa
tience." Leader, Mrs. Young.
Elder E. J. Meacham preached in
the Christian Church of this city
last Sunday morning and evening.
Elder Slayden occupied Elder
Meacham's pulpit in Lewisburg.
Chaplain Jeen, of the First
Mississippi regiment will preach in
the First Cumberland Presbyterian
church next Sunday night. The
public is invited.
Elder J. H. Morton has accepted
the Invitation to deliver his lecture,
"The Best Place On Earth," at
8myrna church near Bryant Statiou,
Dec. 25th., at 11 o'clock a. m.
The subscription list for the re
building of the Presbyterian church
at Mt. Pleasant grows rapidly, and
the congregation there will soon
have enough money subscribed for
the erection of a handsome edifice.
Presiding Elder W. R Peebles
will preach in' the First Methodist
Church next Sunday morning and
hold quarterly conference Moud ty.
He will hold quarterly conference
In the South Columbia church to
night and preach iu that cuurch
First round of quarterly meetings.
South Columbia Dec. 16, 18.
Columbia Dec. J8, 19.
Moore8ville at Mooresville. . . Dec. 21, IK.
ulleoka and Hurricane at Culleoka
Dec. 24, 25. W. R. Pkkblks, P. E.
First round of quarterly meetings.
Brentwood and Thompson at 1
Brentwood . Dec. 17, 18
Franklin Dec lit.
Spring Hill Dec. 23.
Douglas at Thompson sta. Dec. 'li, &
Neapolis at Blanton Dec. 31, Jan. 1
Bethesda at Bethesda Jan. .
Carter's Creek at Bethel Jan. 7,8
Bethlehem and Johnson at John-
sou Jan. 11.
Kernvale at Greenbrier Jan. 14, 15
Santa Fe at Santa Fe Jan. 15, 10.
J. T. Curry.P. E.
I'UIILISHING HOUSE WAR CLAIM.
BUhop Hargrove Submits a Letter to the
Washington, Dec. 8 President
Hobart to Uay submitted the follow -
ng letter which he has received
from the Methodist Church, South,
to the Senate:
"3i Dear ir: At a meeting of the
bishops of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, South, held in Nashville, Tenn.,
July 4, ll8, with reference to the war
claim recently granted by the govern
ment to the church, they reported the
following action was taken by them of
which it is made m v autv to iiive vou,
as President of the Henate of the Unit
ed States, official notice for presenta-
Fine French Shapes, only 50c.
Finest French Walking Hats 75c.
Walking Hats 35c.
Sailors, finest quality 50c.
ALL TRIMMED. Hats at your own price.
A trial will convince you-
Mrs. M. E. Williamson,
In T. N.
tion to that honorable body. While re
affirming the justness of our claim, pay
ment of which nas been sougnt ror
twenty-five years, we insist that the
church cannot afford to accept It as a
gratuity or on conditions that reflect
upon its honor. Inasmuch, therefore,
that some senntors have affirmed oil the
floor of the Senate that they were in
duced to support the claim ny mislead
ing statements on the part of the repre
reutativesof the church, statements,
however, which did not affect tbe mer
its of our claim, we hereby give this as
"That if the Senate, by affirmative
action, declares, that the passage of the
bill was due to such misleading state
ments we will take the proper steps to
have the entire amcuut returned to the
government. , j
- " Robert K. Harohove.
Secretary of the College of Bishops."
SEC0S1) AS1) TH I ItiV TENNESSEE.
Qovemnr Taylor 8av Both the
nenta Will He M watered Out.
Gov. Taylor last Tuesday gave out
the following statement:
"I have decided to recommend
that the Second and Third Regi
ments be mustered out. We gave
the government four splendid regi
ment. Two of them have been re
moved out of the country. The
other two are in camp and the men
themselves, their families and
friends are clamorous thit they be
mustered out. Many of them have
positions awaiting them when they
return and there are many who
Gifts For All
Mm ll I
III I Hz? I 13m. I I
We are again prepared to
show you a full and com
plete line f Holiday Goods
with prices to please all.
A new and large assortment of Dolls,
Doll Buggies, Cradles and Furniture
. Toy Dishes, China.or tln
Blocks, games and Story Bjoks.
Wood, Tin and Iron Toys.
Drums, Horns and other Musical
Cats, Wagons and Hobby Horses
and Toy Trunks.
Fancy Glass and Chin'i Vaces.
Metal and China Photo Frames.
Silver, Glas9 and China Novelties.
Presentation Books, standard au
thors. Combs. Brushes and Toilet ar
ticles'. Metal, Plush and Celluloid Toilet
Shaving 8ets, Photo Cases and
Cuff and Collar Boxes and Music
Fancy Metal Frame Mirrors, large
Fancy Cups and Saucers, Plates
Vace, Library and Hanging
Dtcorated Tea and Dinner Sets.
See our stock before you purchase.
Cheap for Cash.
We are now in our new quarters
and receiving goods daily, and we
wish to extend a cordial invitation
to all old patrons and the general
public to call in to see us. D n't
forget the place; oldstind, South
Main street. 1 Watson & Bain.
Gen. Garcla's Funeral.
The funeral of Gen. Calixto Gar
cia took place at Washington Tues
day. The sermon was delivered by
Archbishop Ireland In 8t. Patrick's
church. The remains will be car
ried to Cuba for interment.
would lose prospective employment
unless they return by the first of the
year or near that time. If they
were retained longer they might be
mustered out directly after many of
them had lost opportunities of em
ployment." This statement, coming from Gov.
Taylor, will be gladly received by
at least 1,600 Tennessee boys, for
there are petitions signed by over
800 men in each regiment on file in
the Governor's office, asking that he
take the action he has decided on.
The Third is almost exclusively an
East Tennessee regiment, but the
Second is made up of West and
Middle Tennessee boys. The Second
Regiment, under Col. Keller' AndeN
son, Is now In camp at Uolucnbia, 8.
u ana tne Ttfira, under Col. J. P.
Fyffrt. is at AnnUton, Ala. The
fourth has been seut to Cuba to do
Garwood's Sarsaparllla for the blood
sruarauteed to cure. A.B.Rains
COAL AND COKE.
We are sole agents for the follow
ing well-known and popular coals:
St. Bernard, Empire,
The North Jellico, Jtna,
And St. Bernard lump and crushed
Coke. Please send us your orders.
tep 6m John A. Walker & Co.
GOVERNOR OF ITB1.
Gen. Jnlm K. lirooke Will Asmne
Tlmt Important Olttoe.
Washington, Dec. 13 MaJ. Gen.
Brooke arrived In Washington from
Fort Monroe to-day and was closeted
for more than an hour in consulta
tion with Secretary Alger. He then
in company with Adjt. Gen. Corbin,
proceeded to the White House and
when he returned to the War De
partment it was formally announced
that the President had designated
him to be Military Governor of the
Island of Cuba, a new post, which
carries with it all the control over
the military and civil branches of
the island formerly exercised oy
the Captain General under the Span
Each of the six provinces of Cuba
will have its own Military Governor
just as Gen. Wood Is now Military
Governor of the province of Santi
ago, hut ail of these will receive
their Instructions di ectly from Maj.
Gen. Brooke, who is in supreme au
thority of the isfaud. Thus in Ha
vana Gen. Ludlow will be Governor
of the city, hut answerable to Gen.
Lee, the Governor of the province
of Havana, who in turn will be an
swerable to Maj Gti. Brooke, the
Governor of the inland.
RAILROAD 1 1MB TA1ILE.
Louisville ana Aashvllle Division.
Vo. leaves 6:86 p. m,
No. 4 leaves 6:82 a. m,
No. 8 (Accommodation) leaves... 6:46 p. m,
So. " " leaves... 8:80 a. m
4u. S (fast line) leaves 1U:25 a. m
So. 1 (fast Hue) leaves a. m
.So. 7 (Tuscumbia and Nashville
Accommodation) arrives 0:30 a. m
io. 5 (Pulaski Aooo'n) leaves... 8:25 p a
Nwhvllle and Florence DIvIhIoii.
Sn. 7 Accommodation, leaves. ...10:28 a, m.
So 8 Florence Accommodation,
between Tuscumbia and
NaxhvlHe. arrives 6:80 p, '
shvtll, ChHttanoofra A St. Loots Rail,
road Duck Klver Valley Division.
So. 1 leaves 0:80 a. m,
So. 3 leuvet 7:00 p. m,
So. 1 arrives 8:00 p. m.
So. i arrives 6:30 a. m.
Close connection is made with. through
-rains on the Louisville and Nashville and
J rear Southern Railroad
Clkrk and Master's Office, )
Columbia, Tenn., Dec 9, 1898. .
Robert Bowen et al., Complainant, vs.
Wilmot Bowen, et al., Defendant.
It appearing from atlidavit filed in
this cause, that the defendants, John
Bowen, Marsh P. Bowen and Achilles
Bowen are non-residents of the State
It Is therefore ordered that they enter
their appearance herein, before or with
in the first three days of the next term
of the Chancery Court, to be held at Co
lumhia, on the first Monday in April '
n xt, lHHil, and plead, answer or demur
to complaint's hill, or the same will be
taken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
this order be published for four consec
utive weeks in the Columbia Herald.
A Copy Attkst:
A. N. AKIN, Clerk fe Master .
Jas. A. Smiser, Sol'r for Compl't.
ST. NICHOLAS MAGAZINE,
onducted by MARY MAPES DODGE.
This magazine for hoys and girls lh with
out a rival in its Held. The features tot the
coming year will gain for it a host of new
friends. A few lending attractions are:;
A New Hentystorr. "THE SOLE SURVI
VORS." Kv O. A. Hei.tv. This Ij a tale of
early American history by the favorite sto
ry teller ot American ana hingllsli boys.
TRIM I Y HKI.!VBy Amelia E.
Rarr. A delightful historical romance for
girls, dealing with life In Old New York,
itnd wrUten by one of the nioHt spirited and
conscientious American authors.
"A STORY FOR G1ULS ." By Laura E.
Richard. No writer Is more welcome to
the young folk of to-day than the author
of "Captain January," and this is one of her
"KBIdHT SIDR OF HISTORY." Rv
E. H. Hou.e. a series of amuHins epi
sodes of history, ancient and modern, told
In an entertaining way. It will awaken a
now interest iu txis important branch of
Mrs. C. D. Rlesbee. the wife of the cantaln
of tbe battle-ship Maine, will write about
Also contributions from Mrs. Burton
Harrison. Clara Morris. Gellet Burgess,
Lloyd Oabourne, Lt. Endicott, Poultney
Bigelow, Lt Peary, etc , etc.
Every household with children should
have 1st. Nicholas.
$. 00 a year. 25c a number.
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The Hero of the "Merrimac,"
will tell his wonderful story in three
THE CENTURY MAGAZINE.
This will he a full account of the sinking
of the "Merrlmac"at Huntlago, and the ex
periences of the wrlterand his men In Hpan
lsh prisons, it will be rend by every Ameri
can in tbe hind. Ttilsisonlv one of many
richly IHuHimted personal narratives lh
THE CENTURY'S new Spanish War Se
ries. These men will write for no other
magazine. In the November Century begins
Captain Sigsbee's Story
of the destruction of the
the arrival at Hftvana -harbor, the lnsalts
to her captain, the explosion and wreck.
The whole story of thi duxtructUn of Cer
vera's fleet will be told by Ad nirals Hamp
.on and Hclhey, Captain." Bob" Evans, Cap-
if you do not take "The Centnry" in lmte,
you will miss the greatest reading of tbe
year. The November number begins the
volume and has the opening chapter of a
splendidly Illustrated life of Alexander the
Ureal, and or Marlon Crawfoid's great his
torical novel of the Crusades. Lieutenant
Hobson's articles begin, in the December
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TN. B. The first five subscribers
old or new who will pay all arrears
and one year In advance for the Her
ald, may have the Century for $3.00.