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McCain's, Nov. 2a While sitting by
the cheery lire we will Jot down the
items fro'U this place for our only Hkk
alt. We had quite a gaielast night, which
ended in a cold wave, bringing plenty
of ice, and the farmers have taken ad
vantage of the opportunity and killed
quite a number of hogs.
The health of ourcommunity is very
good at present. Mr Dan Wilsford was
confined to hi bed the past two weeks,
but Is able to be out again.
The visitors in our midst 'lust week
were: Miss Mattie Heed, Mesdames
Douglas and Heed, of Vales Mills, Giles
county, Kuet4 of Mrs. W. I). Scott and
Mrs. J. M. Walker. Mrs. English, of
Texas, and Miss Fink Gordon, of Co
lumbia, visited Mr. Dan Wilsford.
Revs. Ira D. Landreth, of Nashville,
and J. H. Miller, of Lebanon, were
guest of Kev. M. E. Gabard last week.
The former endued in a two day's
email hunt with Kev. Gabard, having
pplendid success. The latter was here
in the Interest of missions.
We are sorry to lose Miss Anna Ken
nedy from our circle, she havlnir ac
cented a position in the mercantile es
tablishment of M. Will Orr at Lynn
ville. We ish her success in her new
field ot work.
Those who attended the organiza
tion of the V. V. Church at Cul
leoka Sunday afternoon from this place
were, lie vs. M. E. Gab'd and O. M.
Trousdale, Messrs. M. .1. Irwin, O. I
TNomas. W. K. Kennedy and Prof, liar-
Tis, Misses Media Wilhurn and Beulah
McCain and Mis White.
Miss Annie Peoples is visiting her
sister, Ml' Maggie Mulberry, of Lin
coln county.
An oyster supper will be given at the
parsonage at Hopewell Friday night,
Nov 251 h.
Kev. M. E. Gabard preached one of
his best sermons at thig place last Sun
day to a large congregation, from the
text, "A M'nister' True Plea."
December. Thv hone to organize a
church. The preaching will be done bv
Kev. Vesev.
ine sunuav-school Is not doing so
well since the cool weather set in, al
though there id quite a number ttat
still attend regularly.
1 he farmers are behind with their
wheat sowing. Some have Just begun
to sow.
Will close by wishing the Hkrald
and its family a happy Thnkglving.
As ever, smrLB Mary.
Mitchell Wagons
wear longer and run lighter than
any wagon on the market. Bee
tf Battebfietd & Dodson.
Farmers, Farmers!
The City Grain A Feed Co., will
buv vour corn In the ear ou cars at
any station.
Maplr Mount, Nov. 2.'!. liusiness at
Godwin for the past week has been
iuit lively. Farmers have realized
the handsome price of $150 per bushel
for corn, but for the past week corn
took a "tumble ' in price to $1 .40.
Mr. Polk Godwin shipped 2 cars of
ear corn. Mr. K. K Dougherty reports
T cars of shelled corn aud two cars of
wheat shipped during the past week
Milt Allen got iu a mixed car of i-tock
Several farmers in the 20th I) strict
calculate on packing pork quite exten
sively this season. Mr. Ilartie Skellv
will butcher 3:H) head, and Messrs. M.
Allen and A. J. Tlmmons will also en
gage in the pork picking business.
Mr Henry Haven closed out his stock
or groceries to the Coggiu IJros , the
past week. Dr. Cooper has charge of
the apothecary department.
Mrs.J. Amis Tunmous and children
will go to Florida to spend the winter.
We hope little i,ois will be restored to
perfect health again.
Mr. Hurr Hight, of Texas, and a brave
warrior of the 1st Texas Cavalry, Troup
I)., spent last week with his sister, Mrs.
Demoss, of this vicinity.
Miss Jennie Davis' school at Athen
dale Academy closed on last Friday.
We are pleased to learn, through the
columns of the Hmu.AU, that Prof
Godfrey, formerly of our vicinity and a
worthy teacher, is successfully engaged
elsewhere aud hasau interesting school
in charge.
Mr. Stevens, of Donnelson, has pur
chased the Zucearello farm and will
move in our vicinity about Xms.
With happy greetings to "Chloe" and
little "Thelnia," we conclude.
Pastors, Sunday-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
congregations. tf.
Rev. J. F. Beasley. pastor of the
South Columbia M. E. Church, has
called a church conference for next
Friday night, Dec. 2. Every mem
ber is urged to be In attendance.
Ladies Union Praver-meetinir will
meet with Mrs. It P. Adklsson to-
'iiay at "8 o'clock p. m 8ubjct,
John Hth chapt-r. .Leader, Airs.
Bro .vnlow.
Elder Nlitden preached at Berca
last rtundrtv.
The Pleasant Mount Cumberland
Presbyterian congregation will b-t
without a pastor after Jan. 1. as Rev.
T. E. hudson goes to other field of
labor N i selection has yet been
made to fill the vacancy.
Services will be held at the Catho
lic church next 8unday morning at
10 o'clock. A cordial invitation is
extended the soldiers to attend.
Rev. W. H. Johnston will hold a
Sim Davis' memorial service In the
Methodist church at Hurricane next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Train Ha ml Routed by an Iowa Country-
iSi, 27
. 27, 2H.
First round of quarterly meetings,
Trinity at Cedar Grove Nov.
Pulaski Nov
Sugar Creek at Mt. ion Dec.
Prospect at Bethel Dec.
Kichland at Aspen Hill Dec.
Mt. Pleasant Dec.
Bl'.'bvville at Southnort Dec.
South Columbia Dec.
Columbia Dec.
Mooresville at Mooresville. . Dc. 21, 21.
Culleoka and Hurricane at Culleoka
Dec. 24, 25. W. K. Pkeiiles, P. E
4, 5
11, 12.
lri, 18.
1 8, lit,
An old story in new guise comes
from a train hand with a run West.
He was in a caboose near Agency
when a rather greenlooklngcountry
maii got aboard. The champior.
liar among the train hands was
aboard the car and at once set out
to fill the country fellow with "pip i
dreams." First he told of putting
pneumatic tires on freight cars.
Then he switched to patent car coup
lers that allowed the switchman to
sit on the tender of the engine and
handle long strings of cars. Then
he told ntfier' yarns of a sitniHr Im
port, winking to the other occupants
of the car. He had just concluded a
story of a man having fallen from
the top of a six story building to the
Davenitit below, alighting without
injury, when the country fellow
seemed to become greatly interested.
"That remin s me of a case out
therein Agency," siid he. "They
was a steep e painter at work on the
Methodist Church, tie naa on ruo-
her boots so h wouldn t slip, but
jest as h got t' the top I'll be dinged I
ef he didn't I04H nis grip an uown i
he come, cliHrallopI It didn t kill
him, but he liked t' starve t' death.'
"Stai v- to death! How was that
said the champion liar.
Why he struck on his reel, re
plied the countryman, "an kep
bouncing up an uown rer uiree uays
before we. could .atop him, an' we
had t' chuck biscuits at him t' keep
him from starvin'l"
The champion liar took a lantern
and crawled up on top of ttie tram
and did not get down until tne train
had stopped at Ottumwa ana tne
farmer was gone. Burlington
111. lleport In llgart to the Operation of
the Medical Corp.
Hurgeotl general Sternberg, In his
report of th operation of the medi
cal corps during the war, meets
critioism with a statement at the
outset that the force of tne medical
department) Inadequate even m
time of peaCfi, and that contract sni
geons lacked experience. He de
fends the camp sites, but says th
camps wf, overcrowded and ther -lore
became . unsanitary. Nothing
was done until it was too lite to
check th disease, when new sites
were chosen. He admits that, the
abandonment of regimental for' di
vision hospital was opposed by regi
mental medical otflcers. Ample pro
vision of medloal supplies was made
for the exnedltion to Santiago, but
most of the outfit was left behind
Estkrpkise," Nov. 23. Mr. Frank
Morrow and Miss Webbie Nelson were
united In marriaire last Wednesday
inornlngBt 10 o'clock at the , residence
of the bride's mother, Mrs. Laura Nel
son, at this place. The ceremony was
performed by Kev. Wilburn Derry
berry in the presence of a few relatives
and friends. The urine is a nigniy re
spected young lady of this place, and
the groom is an industrious young
farmer of the Quality Creek neighboi
hood. Mr. and Mrs." Morrow will make
their home at Quality Creek. They
have many friends who wish for them a
happy, prosperous married life.
Willie Held has gone to Lawrence
burg, where ho will attend school.
Mr. G. N McKennon.of Frlerson, was
with his mother-in-law, Mrs. Nelson,
recent I v.
Miss Carnia Terry.of Terrv. is visit
ing her cousin, Mrs. Mattie Nelson, at
Prof. Marshall McKUsick visited his
clwior. Mrs. Houulass. several davs ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Logue visited
th. ir father on Dry Creek recently.
e are sorry to say that Mrs. James
Woods is on the si k lis.
Mis. Ktta Cooper and Mrs. Stella Har
pptt were visiting in Mt. Pleasant last
Friday. ... '
Miss Ada Murphy visited relatives at
Ettaton several days ago.
Mr. Nelson and Mr. McLanrine -vere
in Lynnvllle Saturday and Sunday
visiting relatives.
Sowing wheat and gathering corn
seem to be the order of the day now.
Some have their wheat town while
others have just begun. Some of the
farmers are making long faces on -c-count
of much rain. Tii'-lop.
l'uin is! Pumps!
We sell Myers' pumps, hay tools,
and water tanks. See
tf Hatterfikld & Dodson.
Mt. Joy, Nov. 21 It is with a sad
heart that we take up our pen to write
again, for it is our sad dm v to write of
the death of one of our oldest and most,
highly esteemed citizens.
Augustus C. Sims peacefully fell
asleep in Jesus at his home on Tues
day he ir,lh- Tne lHBt nirht "f '"j
stay on earth was spent In praying and
shouting praises to his heavenly Bath
er A tew moments before the last
hrPHth left him he took his son by the
hand and said, "Son, let us go home,
and quietly passed away. He had been
confined to his room for several months
with dropsy, unable to lie down a mo
ment. Knt his friends always found
him cheerful and happy. "Blessed are
they that die in the Urd." He leaves
a wife and eight children and a host of
other relatives to mourn his loss; but
their loss is heaven's gain. He was a
years, 2 months and 5 days old. tie
professed faith in Christ early in Ut
having been a "hurch member fr
years. He was a member of the Metho
dist church for a number of years, but
not living near a church of that organir
nation: he attached himself to he
Cumberland Presbyterian churcn, in
which he was an Elder over y'.
and no one ever performed his duty
more faithfully than he. ndeed It he
church has lost one of its best mem
bers: the Sunday-school one of its
noblest workers, and the community
one of its dearest citizens. Our heart
goes out in sympathy to the bereaved
ones. We would say. Weep not, dear
children, father Is only reding from his
long atari. He has laid down his bur-
den orcsre'"d8Ufferint'' ,a"d ,s Z
r c" , . .. ..... i,u wavlorV breast at
home at home with his loved ones thai
! on oeiore. i .. -
Kev. ni'-in'.
Campbell's Station Academy.
Epitor Hklald: As our school has
not before been represented In your pa
per, we now gently knock at your di.or
for admittance.
Our school is still progressing nicely,
although wo are beginning the last
The inclemency of the weather and
also sickness have caused some of the
Eupils to be absent this week, hut we
ope to see them back au'aiii soon.
(Julie a number ot the little folks as
well as the larger ones are looking
forward with pleasure to Thanksgiv
ing. A very interesting "spelling
match" wa engaued iu Friday after:
noon. Both sides deserve credit, for
they all acquitted themselves nicely;
even the little iirst grades "stood their
The Literary class are having an in
teresting time writing compositions.
Last week they wrote some splendid
pieces; but aftr having them judged, it
was found mat ituoy urhigs piece on
" Thanksgiving," was the best.
The geography classes are taking
great interest iu their map drawing,
since, on every Thursday, votes are
taken for the best map. The "voters"
have a rather hard time in choosintr,
for all the maps are good aud some are
The Ciesar class has suspended for a
few days, since some of ttie class are
absent. ,
The elementary algebra cIbbs have
completed tha book, and are now pro
gressing nicely iu complete algebra.
Lula K Kit it,
Kosa Homi,
Marve Kedpixo,
"th and bth Grades.
First round of quarterly meetings,
College Grove at Promise Nov. 20, 27
Chapel Hill and Caney Springs at
Chapel Hill Dec. 2.
Farmington and Verona at Farm
Ington Dec. 8,
Nolensville at Hebron Dec. S.
Almaville at Locke's .Dec. .
Trinity and Triune at Triune Dec. 10,
Brentwood and Thompson at
Brentwood Pec: 17, 18
Franklin Dec. 10,
SDrinur Hill Dec. 23.
Douglas at Thompson Sta. Dec. 24, 25
Neapolis at Blanton Dec. 31, Jan
Bethesda at Bethesda ' Jan. 0.
Carter's Creek at Bethel Jan. 7,
Bethlehem aud Johnson at John
son Jan. 11.
Fernvale at Greenhrier Ian. 14, 1
Santa Ke at Santa Fe Jan. IS. !
For Sale Vtry Cheap.
One 2nd hand surrey.
One 2nd hand buck wagon.
Two 2nd hand phietons.
One 2nd hand bugpy.
J. P. Stkekt r Co.
Lap Robes and Horse Blankets.
Large stock and prices right. See
Saddles! Saddles!
Largest and best assorted stock In
the city. See
The Kev. lri It. Hicks'
Annual Almanac and monthly pa
per, Word and Works, are now
known from sea to' sea. We are
pleased to call the attention or our
readers to the Almanac for 181)9, now
ready. It is a splendidly printed
and illustrated book of 110 pages, and
the storm forecasts' and diagrams
and astronomical and scientific m it
ter are superior to anything that has
ever been seen before in a 25 cent
book. His monthly Journal. Word
and Works, is one of the best liter
ary, home and scientific magazines
in the country, besides containing
his monthly storm forecasts with
explanations. The subscription price
o- Word and Works is II 00 per year
I and a copy of the Hicks Almanac is
subscriber. Single copies of Word
and Works. 10 cents. Price of Alma
nac alone, 25 cents. Bend your or
der to Word and Works Pub. jCo.,
2201 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Nancy IiivIiih.
Mrs. Nancy Irvine, wife of Mr
Charlev Irvine, died last Hiturday
at her home near Carter's Creek,
aged 51 years. The ruueral services
were held at the residence Sunday
at 10 a. m , conducted by Rev.
Ussery and Dixon, and the remains
were laid to Ifi in .mif-e niu
Cemetery. Deceased was well
known and highly respected, and
her death will be deeply regretted.
lni'l) trmiP
MYPleasa.... and he" was laid t ru
beneath tbe sod in .u ') v " "
Mrs. Smith, of rvneslviro, accom
panied by her son. Sam Irwin, is Mst
ting her son, Kohert Irwin.
We are glad to report Jewel and little
ilio tlidamrhters of Mr. and Mts
-ere spell of slow fever. May they soon
TegainPthe?r f.ii mer health and be their
'are'tii report Mr. Peter
James SoN'tv.ng chills.
Mr. Janus iJh s mi
earej-.adrep . . ; f(jver
Wi7fKd: hope for hitn aspeedy
weeks ago Part of th contents were
saved His many frienas sympathize
WMrStenMn- is having a nice
kSvlmoX oureK
? 7 . r",m7,n to a small but uppreci
Hve crowd. It is hoped that he will
Ph.rBl.piw. wlllhold their meeting
t Macedonia the second Sunday I
Cumbrrlanil rriHliytrlan Met lait Sun
day ami Perfected OrganlsnM-m.
CrLi.KOKA, Nov. 22 A large congre
gation assembled at 4MOore insinuie
Sunday at 3 p. in., for the completion of
the organization of the Cumberland
Pre-ibvterian church at Culleoka. Kev.
T K. lludson, iu his graceful manner,
presided. Good delegations came from
Bear Creek, Pleasant M. McCain's and
Kev M. E. Gabard, pastor of Mc
Cain's, and W. A. Provide, of the First
Church at Columbia, were present and
cave us talks along the hue of he
organization of a church and its pur
poses; saving in part that a church c in
sisted, not in brick, inortir, and bru
sels; but in men fully consecrated and
banded together for the salvation of
men and the perpetuation of the princi
ples of God's word. While there are a
number of other churches in this place,
there is nothing but good will aud
brotherly levo towards any that has for
its purpose the salvation of men and
the hastening of Christ's kingdom here
o,n, vv hone hv this ortrani-
Ullilll C.I
zation to be a benefit to tne community
and to those of other churches who
have so often aided and encouraged us
by their presence and so kindly assisted
'"it'is'tnie that we are not establishing
a church for the perpetuation . of a par
ticular creed or doctrine, but for the
tfnod that church may do towards the
advancement of civilizatl in and salva
tion of men. Surely such an organisa
tion Is of God, and should be perpetu-
atMonday, at 12:30 p. m. they met and
laid off the foundation for the church
and work will commence at once for
the erection of a beautiful structure.
K.'V T E. Hudson received the names
of those who desired to form the or
ganization and men tney ..r"
themselves the vow of the church.
Nominations were iu order for Eld
ers. Mr. W. B. Turner, of Columbia,
. i vt.jjrj. K. . . Pirk. I w.
. t a. 'i1!,.. urora
I'otTe . and .ewi i. ram. .-
unanimously elected.
W .11. 1 Hiiiiein
nominated and
(. V.
Pullen were
lleacons. ... .
Following wa one i j "., .
nressive scenes ever witnessed. Ke.
V A provine Installed the Elders and
Peacons and offered the installation
iraver in that solemn and reverential
manner. Announcement was then made
G,at on Sunday nxt they would meet
and organize a Sun lay-school
We will he glad to see all the chil
dren of Culleoka in a Sunday-school,
and especially do we want ail that have
not been in the habit of attending to
"Am, tnd loin. "Come with us and we
will do thee good "
The following committees were ap-
in ted
H. I Wilkes,
Building committee: B. 1
... .. t-...Tnuii i W Coffee.
Subscription committee: Park, Vf
ant Mt "er. Culleoka; Coffee. Bear
Creek; McWilllams, McCains; Turner,
... .
Furnishinz committee: Mrs.
Moore. J r.. Mrs Odell McConnell,
Berth. Fonnelle, Miss Ora Perry,
!:r;,:re the kindness of all those
who have assisted us in any manner,
and I hereby express our sincere thanks.
Mix Minnie Dau'aon.
Miss Minnie D iwan, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Dawson, died
Monday of typhoid fever at the
home of her parents near Cross
Hi idges, aged 13 The funeral ser
vices were conducted Tuesday at 3
o'clock, and the interment took
place in the liitptist church grave
yard at Cross Kridges. Deceased
was a young lady who had gained
the lovo and respect of everyone,
and she will be sadly missed. The
bereaved parents have the deepest
sympathy of everyone.
Mrs. Kll.alieth Wootrn.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wooteii passed
awv Wednesday morning at 9:30
o'clock at the home of her son, Mr
James C. Wooten, corner Sixth and
High streets Deceased was one of
the oldest citizens of this county,
having attained the ripe old age of
)i) vears. After a long ana Honored
career, she has gone to reap the re
ward of the faithful. She had been
in feeble health for some time, and,
while her death was not unexpected,
it, came as a sad shock to those who
knew her and loved her, and she will
be sadly missed from the home cir
cle. The remains were carried to
Wayne Station, Lawrence county,
vesterdav morning, where the fun
eral and interment took place at Mt
Ararat Church.
Miss Mary F. Chappell.
Miss Mary F. Chappeil died last
Friday at her home near Carter's
Crek. aired 05 vears. Deceased had
been an invalid for more than forty
years, and death came as asweetre-
lease to her pain-racaeu oouy.
Mrs. KlUabeth Jane Allen,
Afrs. Elizabeth Jane Allen, wife
of the late II. IJ. Allen, entered into
rest last Wednesday morning at 12 :30
o'clock at the home of ner son-in
law, Mr. Jordan Creen, on the isasti
ville pike.
Deceased was born in this county
on the fith day of April, 1827. She was
the daughter of the late Kev. Elijah
Hanks, who was a prominent Bap
tist minister of his day. She was
united in marriage to Robert B. Al
len about fifty years ago, and to this
union the following children were
horn: Mrs. John Hood, deceased. w.
J. Allen, Elijah Allen. Mrs. Joe S.
Allen, Benjamin aud Thomas Allen,
and Kichard Allen, deceased. She
had been a member of the Baptist
Ahnrch for more than half a centu-
rv leading a Dure, consecrated life,
u mi apco mnlished much good for
hr Master. During her long resi
dence in this county she had gained
the love and respect of everyone,
and her death will be deeply mourn
t The funeral services were con
ducted in the first Baptist
A belated suburban train on the
Pennsylvania railroad ran into a
gang of nineteen workmen near Jer
sey City last Friday. Eleven were
killed and four injured.
The Filipino delegate, Agoncillo,
has returned to London from Paris.
He declared that the Filipinos will
will never submit to colonial gov-
eminent, and thinks tney win ngnt
A delegation of seven Hlipinos
has reached San Francisco from
Manila, bound for Washington to
present large claims for damages for
alleged destruction of Filipino prop
erty by the Americans.
Gen. Clarcia and the other Cuban
Assembly delegates have reached
New York. In an interview Gen.
(Jarcia declared there is complete
unitv among the Cubans and confi
dence in the United States. There
Is no sentiment for annexation, he
George W. Ferguson, of Ports
smith. O. attempted to start a fire
with blasting powder last Saturday,
and as a result two of his children
ure dead, his wife and another child
are disfigured for life, and he is se
riously wounded. Ferguesou mis
took the powder for coal.
Kansas hud a genuine Western
blizzard last Monday.
A nervy express messenger on an
Overland passenger train near San
Bertiadino, Col., drove oil and killed
one of eight train roooers, iani
Odd Signs In Japan.
Neatly every shop in Japan
the uale of foreign goods is furnished
with a sign in a foreign language.
No matter whether the language is
intelligible if It is only In foreign
Chaiacters, that is enough. Many
of these signs are a study. "The all
countries Boot and Shoe Small or
Fine Wares;" "Old Curious1'
"Horrehoe maker instruct by
French horse leech;" "Cut Hair
Shop;" "If you want sell watch, I
will buy; if you want buy wateh I
will sell. Yes, sir, we will, all will
Come at my shop. W.itchm tker;"
"Hatter Native Country;" "Auto
matic of Nauer Marina." and "The
House Build for the m mufactnre of
all and best kinds of Hals and Caps."
l.ouUrilU mid AMshville Division.
So. i leaves 6:85 P nx
So. leaves (M a. m,,
So. 8 (Aoooinmo'lstion) leaves... P. nv
So. 6 " " leaves... 6:80 a. m
o. 8 (fast line) leave 10:2s a. m
50. I (fast Itnel leaves :M a. m
51. 7 (Tuicumhla and Ntwhvllle
Accommodation.) arrives 0:80 a. m
o. 6 (Pulaski Aooo'nl leave.... 6:25 p n
Na.hville and Florence 1)1 vUlnn.
south :
So. T Accommodation, leaves... .10:28 a. n
So 8 Florenoe Accommodation,
between TiTfifCmbla and
Nashvll'e. arrives 6:80 p. nT
4.hvlll4, Chattanooga A St. Louis Ball
road Duck River Valley Division.
So. 1 leaves 9:80 a. m.
So. J leave' 7:00 p. m,
So. 1 arrives , :00 p. m.
So. t arrives a. m.
Close connection Is made with throDRli
rains on the Louisville nnd Nashville and
Jrnat rtouthrn Railroad,
Conducted by MAKV MA PES IOI)OK.
This mnsaclne for boys and girls Is with
out a rival in Us Held. The features for the
coming year will gain for It a host of new
friends. A few leading attractions are::
New HentvMorr. "TIIK SOI.K "UKVI -Vill(S."-ltv
J. . Ilentr. This H a tale of
earlv American history by the favorite sto
ry teller of American. nd KngUsh boys.
TKINll'Y nfclXV-l'y Amelia B.
lUrr. A delightful historical romance for
girls, dealing with life In d New oik,
and written by one of the most spirited and
conscientious American authors.
"A STOKY KOIt C.IKLS,"-By Laura B.
Richards No writer Is more welcome to
the voung folk of to-dny than the author
of "Captain January," and this is one of her
best efforts.
E H. Hou.e. A series of amusing epi
sodes of history, anclcut and modern, told
In an entertaining way. it win "
new interest in Uls important branch ol
Mrs. C. I. Hlgshee. the wife of the captain
of the battle-ship Maine, will write aooui
"lVts Afloat."
Also contributions from Mrs. Hurton
Harrison. Clara Morris. Gellet Burgess,
Uoyd Osbourne, IA. Kndicott, l'ouliney
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Lieut. Hobson,
The Hero of (he "Mcrriinac"
,in tuil Ma wonderful story in th
wonderful story
numbers ot
The following is the list of letters for
tliH week enclini November 2.1, 18H8.
Row3y Negro Soldiers.
On account of the continued
rowdyism of the Eighth regiment of
colored immunes. the Mayor of
Chattanooga, in behalf of the citi
zens, has asked the Secretary of
War to remove thetn from Chicka
mauga Park.
War in t'enirnl America.
Five states in Central America
may soon be eugaged in a civil war.
Honduras and Nicarazua have sent
forces to aid the tialvudoreun gov
ernment, while Guatemala and
Costa Ilica have joined Regalados,
the leader of the revol.
11,000 .Mill Operators Strike.
Three thousand operatives in the
cotton mills at Augusta, Ga., went
out on a strike laBt Monday on ac
count of a reduction in wages.
Anderson, Alt-'io
Anderson, He v. M
lUggs, Jeff
lleaslev, A L
Hell, V 11
Hoykins, tleo.
Hooker, Jennie
Kratton, J h
(Joker, Aneie
Krwin, Mrs. Laura
Karrow, .las.
Frierson, Milton
Frierson, (iueenan
Frages, Dale
Fleming, Hev. II U
Foxall, John
(Jray, Mrs.
Ilardison, W
Hill, Mrs. IelaCJ)
Havues, J K
Hodge, Sallie(valu-
Jones, Mrs. Kate
Morton, Mrs. Hellie
Marks. Mrs.Tennie
Moore.Mary Kochie
McC ure, Vina
Nahan, (leo.
Neelv, ICittie
Overton, N I)
( I wens, N I)
Perkins, Mattie
1'aterson, Joe (col.)
l'ulliaiii, Ida
Pillow, Charley
l'yrutn, Eddie
Hosenburg, J M
Rogers, Hev. John
ltaddy, Joe A
Sinnoiiton, NV O
Nanders, Ark
Sanders, James
Smith, Nora G
Smith, Hannah
Dark nt Midday.
One of the most dense
many years, enveloped
TuiUBUay last,
railroad and
fogs in
London on
greatly impeding
street traffic. Tbe
This will be a full account of the sinking
of tlie"Morrlmac"at Hiintiiigo, and the ex
periences of the writer and his men In Span
ish prisons. It will lie read by every Ameri
can in tne land. Tuls is onW one ol maiij.
rlchlv Illustrated personal narratives 111
THKCKNTfKVS new Spanish War He
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Captain Sigsbee's Story
of the destruction of the
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to her captain, the explosion ami wreck.
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fleet will be t.ild by Ad rjlnils Mai ip
son and Sclliey. Captain'Bob" Kvans. Cap
tain Taylor and others.
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volume and ha- the ope'"' c hHpu-r-
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('leal, mid of Marlon Crawfo.d s gr e t -torlcul
novel of the Crusades. Lieutenant
Hooson's articles begin In the Heceinber
number. IllKlajear.
Union S'juare, Xcw York.
quaint spt ctacie oi p(iesirius ie--mg
their way with fi lming torches
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rmS. H The tirst live subscribers
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Johnson, Kev. 1' v.
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year, but on a more elaborate seals.
This was agreed upon in detail latt
Narrow waists aud narrow minds
often iro together.
Football makes demons or some
men and angels of others.
A little masculine remose often
o-oes a lonir way with a woman.
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Man glories in nis sirenm miu
woman irloiies in her new bonnet.
A trood wife maketn a irooa nus-
band ; the had ones are all self-made.
Clubs drive some men to matri
mony aud matrimony drives others
to clubs.
Adrotjoflnk will make even a
dfde think if he finds I, on his I
It's a wise woman that can smile
at a compliment and immediately
forget It.
We seldom criticize the extrava
gance of others when we are invited
church ! to partake thereof.
yesterday morning, at 10 o'clock by A woman may anve ner nusouuuj
Revs J. H. Thompson and W. T. ' to drink and be unable to drive
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