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room Suits, At
prices that ArA a
worrier. No. 5 IS
A curly Ash Suit,
large siZA Dresser
witn bevel Mirror.
stead © feet high;
would be a big
bargain At SIS,
but our necessities
force K down to
$14.75 white they
No. 22 is a solid
polished oak Suit,
targe showv Dres*
ser, 24x30. bevel
Bedstead over 6
feat high; a bar
gain at $35; again
force us to sell at
No. 38 is a gem
of a Suit, large,
fancy shaoed Bed
Tne prettiest Suit
on the market for
less than $50.00,
ourprrre_ >i ?32 ; jso i
Steel Beds, some
all White, some
White and Brass
Ml BIG BUI
One fu I size all
steel or .steel and
Beds. One woven
soring- One fut
<='ze double top
M ittress made of
pure husks and
clean white cot
ton. This outfit
n© U evarv day for
$1 -.50. but our
necessiti s force
it down to f 8 49.
Remember the all
metal Bed. full
sz*, one woven
wire spring, one
force us to close
out about seventy
five pair of Tap
estrv Curtains at
$ I .98 per pair.
$3.50 has been our
price and they were a
bargain then, but we must
have room, so down goes
the price. We carry every
thing needed in a house—
Furniture, Stoves, Car
pets, Mat Ing, Curtains,
Crockery, Table Cutlery,
Moor oil cl ths, Baby
Carriages, Pictures, has
Buy ot us and save
Cash or Credit.
FaJjett Fwitire Co.,
1110 a»<l Ul* Broad It.,
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;Thlrt»o*ih Prnogylrani* **'• division
Jh, adquarters. Flr*t dtvtalon. to A«g«»-
i(!• : to a . . Fourth Mlanourl and
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18ero*d dlvlnlc*. to Qwnrlile. 8 C.;
10 a ... -llrlaion headquarters. Ber««d
dlvtaton, «t. Cretrbvllle. 8. C After
ol* t«»o haualtnoal. and headqur-r-,
nta (Second batlalloo). *"<l hendquar- j
tera 8«ood brigade. Flrat division, to
I ftraaarvlUa. 8. C.; S P **••»>» :
(Ohio tone battalion) to Summerville. I
H C Train of Second brigade. Find
d vl>ion. to Summerville. 8. C.
Tuetday. Nov. 1». morning, X a. ... j
Fifteenth Minneaot* to Auguata. 0»..
10 a m.. Third Connecticut to Sum
'mervllle. S. C. Afternoon. Ip. m . Two
; Hundred rnd Flrat New York to
ICreenVlle. S. C.; 2 p ... train of
| Third brigele, Flrat dlvialon. to Au
| guata. Ga.
Wednesday Nov. 16. morning. 8 a
Fifth Maasarhuaetta to Greenville,
is. C.: A a. m., train of Second brigad-*,
iSecond dlvialon. to Greenville. S. C.
j Afternoon. 1 P. m . Two Hundred and
Second New York to Athens, Ga.
Corps headquarters. Sixth company,
j u. 8. V., Signal Corpa. the corps re
-1 serve ambulance company, and the
] yifM and ESecond division hospitals,
i will move on the 17th inst.. or as aoon
| thereafter as practicable,
j The quartermaster's department will
| fnrnlfli the necessary transportatirn
and the subsistence department three
day's travel rations and coffee money,
end five days' field rations, which must
be drawn or. the dey preceding the d»-
i parture. The same rations anri roffee
money •will be furnished to teomsters
and other civilian employe* accom-
I panylng the troops.
When the wagons with loads roach
i the depot they must be unloaded anil
sent out of the track ynr.l r.s raoltily
as possible. The lasi of the morning
itreins. that Is. the last src-lon of the
regiment that loads In the momingt
will get away as soon after 10 o'clock
as the treops with their Impediments
can be loaded, and the afternoon train
as soon after 3 o'clock as possible. The
wagon trains designated for shipment
on a given day will he sent off after
the troop* have left for that tloy.
though they will begin loading as early
las possible. Lights will be furnished
! if necessary to continue the loading of
! the latter to completion inio the debt.
B-fore their denarture regimental
land hsttallon commanders will be re
quired to have the tent floors of their
commands oeaMv and nronerly piled,
I and the eatno thoroughly policed, s'nks
I filled, and refused not buried to be
Trains will be scheduled os early as
poaslbie to arrive at their destination
In the night, or early m the morning
in order that ths Lroopa may have
tb* fit!! day to properly Arrange their
A medical officer will accompany
each section of a train. In case there
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tractiveness of the stock
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A Hypnotised Man Burled Alive For
Two Days and Nights.
The Lee*' great company of bypno
tlata, who created aurb a sensation by
burying Douglas Raese alive for two
days and night under five feet of
ground in the city park at Chilllcoth*.
O, last April, and who hypnotised
Samuel Story. In the some city, by tel
ephone from the office of the Colum
bus Dally Dispatch, at Columbus. 0..
a distance of over fifty mile* and had
a committee of physicians of both cit
ies run ordinary hat pin* through his
face and arms without pain or allowing
a drop of blood to flow, will make their
flrat appearance in thin city at the
opera house Monday night.
The above experiments were made
*or the benefit of the Ohio State Medl
: cal Scc'ety.
The Lee* have appeared In almost
nil the hading theatre* of the coun
try and have been well received, es
pecially In Louisville, Ky.; New Or
leans, La.: Atlanta aud Savannah, Ga.;
Memphis and Nashville. Tcnn; Lynch
burg. Roanoke and Norfolk, Va., where
they broke all records for big business.
The Lees engagement Is for one
week. An rnt're change of program
silghlly Is promised.
Monday night every paid 35 or 30
cent ticket will admit one lady free.
Price*, 15, 25. 85 and 50 cents.
Fxtra Fire Lettuce, Cel
ery and Cranberries at
Keenan & Co.
They Will Act on the Civic League
The finance and streets and drains
committees will hold a joint session
in the mayor’s office this afternoon at
The object of the meeting is to act
on the petition of the Civic, League
which requests a uniform system of
sprinkling the streHs (o he adop
Tennessee Dressed Tur
keys at Keenan & Co’s.
The following New Yorkers ar» at
the Arlington: R. H. Thomas. W.
R Foster, C. F. Tompkins, M. C.
Simon. H C. Smith, H. S. Dalton, S’
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crowd you will bA buying
banrqtns At LAndrAtti &
Butler’* bankrupt s*la bA*
ferw ynu knnw It.
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REV. DR. NT AFFORD
AT THE LVCEt’M
The well known onrtor, preacher,
philosopher and scholar ably sustain
ed hla reputation aa a prof-mud aludent
[and a brilliant apaakcr la hla treat
moot of "Hamlet" before the Auguata
Lyceum laat evening, and he was de
lightedly received by a large and en
Those who had heard hi* "Macbeth '
'laat season knew. In a measure, what
to expect, hut even theee were sur
prised at the maaterty manner In which
he handled the poet's greatest drama
From th* standpoint of a mctaphyal
eitwi. with logical coolncea. clearnesa
and force he presented argument after
argument proving that Hamlet a sup
posed madness was only assumed, and
that Innothlagelae had Shakespeare so
elearly shown hla genius than la the
delineation of the assumed symptoms
of mental disorder. There was a rea
son. he showed, for every one of the
melancholy Dane's seemingly Inexplic
able acta, evrn to the wild searching
of Ophelia* face for some gleam of
sympathetic understanding, and the
slow and disconsolate backing from
It was rot a history of the play nor
the s'ory of the tragedy that were
given. It was rather the deduetlrn of
certain great fnctis from the Bard of
Avon's great drama of life, in which
was displayed not so much Shake
speare's ability hb a dramatist, as his
profound knowledge of psychology.
The conclusion, In which three great
truths made patent by the hand of ge
nius were deducted from the story of
the saddest man Shakespeare ever por
treyed threw side lights on Hamlet
hitherto unknown, unthought of by
many present, making them appreciate
th© masterpiece as never before, and
giving them a new jcy In the knowl
edge of Shakespeare, who almost su
perhumanly great as he was depleted
sorrow not to leave his readers hope
less. but rather to hold out to them,
from a realisation of'the insufficiency
of this life, the Joyous certainty of a
blessed life to come.
Dr. Stefford is not, strictly speak
ing. en Impersonator, but he has mark
ed histrionic ability, and knows how
to give the best possible effort to every
one of th© words. There
wes little or no acting in the rendition
Of certain famous passages, notably the
soliloquy, hut the carefully modulated
voice weighted with excess of feeling
mad* ef.cn magical phrase live again
in soma new end tVonderfu! meaning.
It was of sndreumed of
Tonight Or. Staffcßd *U lecture to,
fcVeeaiti B oil "Diegans."
. | , ,| Hi
Tennessee Dressed Tur
keys at Keenan & Co’s.
VIM! VIGOR! VICTORY!
IS THE CAMPAIGN CRT.
I lit#) iha Powerful Cu«r***l#r* C N*pol*on *1 Au*l#fl*i* *rd
Marengo, ihaaa matcHMat * b«rg*i> *% d*untl—* couraß* bor*
of unciuA*l)on#cl *up#f*o.ity« i*oop !« »4 and •w##p 9m»y in#
4ili«*i Irmi#*. of —lling on e g #nd 9|*
f4p*d cash buying, quick r4p.<l mAch.n# gun
trp culling pneot Info mincAmAAl h#ro, and filling our *lor**Wiln
grAml buying throng* N#polwin • TACtkl rAVOIuIIOfMIRo In* rnlDtftfV
world, but h* got too wilf-confid#nt *nd #aII Our quick. c**h, #hort
ttro f tt t*cUc* *r* r#volutloni*mg th# comm«*rci«l WWW in tb'* town.
Wii'ri not truing to g**t too *#lf-confid*nt. brczui# W 9 know *no *nail
not forgot !h*t wo mu«t «lw4y« —II tho bo*t and b.gg#*t V * ,U€l * I 's
Axpoctto hold this great and twiftly »ncr***«ng ouwn***. Wlntar
•ho#*, tnprmoui stock* of th*m, all mArkod
Srofit*. aro on *414 *or ton hour* tomorrow. Head Dynamlt*
hoM*“ bolow and you ll»o« why our ttoroa ar© blowing into •phntt r*
th© butln©** of th* high-pricod ”upp©r-t©nn©r».*
Mitsct* kid pat©nt tip spring h«©l
Button Shoo*. pi<’Ct*d I 3 to 2. go in
this sal* at abov© figures, other
dealers charge 7Sector them.
Misses* spring heel shoos, plain
toes and patent tips, sell regular y
for $ 1.75. and are a very goon
value at that, will go at above,
Youths* satin calf spring heel Lace
Shoes, medium weight soles, and
all solid, quick sailers at SI. the
above is our price for th s sale only.
Ladies* first grade Dongola kid
Lace and Button Shoes, stylish
tips, a line we consider equal to
any $2 Shoe sold in this city.
Ladies' very fine chocolate and
black kid Shoes. Lace and Button,
with fancy vesting tops, good
values at $2.53, sale price above
RICE & O’CONNOR SHOE COMPANY,
TWO 834 Broad Street, Name Across Sidewalk. c-mRES
STORES. 722 Broad Street. Opposite Monum«nt. STORK®.
banquet to miles
r.lefa*t Atf.tr at A'aMort A»tocla
Nmt York, Nov. 11—Th. plana for
tb© banqoot tonlflb* at tb© W»l«k»rt-
Aatnrla IB hooor ot M»J, G©t». Mil©* »r©
; now rompl©t©B. Th© ©ommitt*© hsv.n*
i tb© »rranit©n»©ai* h» ©b»rg© m©t y©»-
trrtlay aft©rßcon and Miwinutl that
th© Hat of »p»ak©ra would kirlud©
i <Tißtmr©y M D©p»w, tb© R©v Dr
Henry Van Dyk©. Gov. U»wn«l©». ot
Maryland; G©n. O O. Howard. Gov.
llaating. of l*©nn»ylv#nlt: Oov. Wol
rott. of Ma:.*a©hu»©tta: Oov. Buehn©ll,
of Ohio; At Him Oov. Watklnn, of New
Jrraey; Joaepb H. Fboate and Rear
Admiral Henry Erh©n.
Such barsrnins as are now
offered dt Ihe Landram &
Butler bankrupt sale place
the goods within reach of
Valuable Book Free.
32-Pax© Hook on Art ami Kanry Work
Given to H©rald P,»ad©r».
Mr*. N©lla Datrgptt, editor of Th©
Hum., h*» publlahed a new wlltlon of
h©r book, "Fancy Woik and Art D©c
oratlon," xlvlnx i>r«ott©al Inatructlon*
for maklnx dolll©*. tab!© cover*. *cnri*.
tray .loth) pin eunhtnn*. ©t©.. ©<■ •
with 00 llluHtrntl.m*. Till* linot:. tng©th
©r with "Succ©a*full Horn© I)y©lns:.
will be *©nt fr©© to any reader of The
H©rald, nil© forward* the attached
coupon and a 2-cent *t.imp to Well*,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
,, Thl* reliable offer
( Coupon NO. 1322 I* mad© to ndver
|| Send thl* with ti«© to reliable Dla
|; a 2-rent ntampl: mond Dye* and to
I| to Well*, Rich- I! <?©t tlielr book unon
It ardaoh * Go., home dyelnx Into
(I BuHlnxton. Vt.. 1 th© hand* of wo
und receive by '* men who want to
j! mail, one copy ; dress well by mak
! each of "Fancy '' Ins their old cloth
li Work" and of© Intr look new.
| "Home Dyeing." 11 Diamond Dyes
n ar© prepared spec
ially for home u»e. and are practical
and simple. They make rast colors, and
are far superior to any other method
Send for the books today. They will
help you iri making Christmas gifts,
The unprecedented sale
at the Landram & Rutler
bankrupt sa’e clearly dem
onstrates the exceeding
low price of stock-
NO MOKE TROUBLE
Vs a Serious Nature M Expected at
Washington, Nov. Jl—A mpaclal to
Ur* gnu- from Wilmington. N. C., say*
iftie Democrat, are in control of (he
city, arid no further serious trouble is
Mao’s wintsr tWAight brown box
calf Lace SI-or#, on one of the new
wide coin toes, a full $3.50 value,
the above is our figure for this sale.
The "Regent** Shoe for men at
above price shoqld be seen to be
appreciated, these Nhrsisre made
of line vlcl k d and call-lined, and
are the equal In f ♦ comfort and
appearance of an> $ » shoe on sa e
m this city.
For above figure, a first grade
satin calf bhoe for men. Lace and
Congress. We guarantee $2 worth
of wear and satisfaction in this tine.
Try a Pair. ,
Our line of ladies and men s
high grade footwear is surpassed
by none. We have sold thousands
in the last five years, so most every
one knows of their superiority for
fitting, handsome styles and de
MMi Deal A Air Fi
By spendinfc Their Honey With us.
Our trade Is steadily increasing, and if you have
never given us a call do so. A glance at our beautiful
stock of GROCERIES will do your appetite good. We
uiva sDec al attention to the se ection of our stock
and see that roihin* but first class goods enters our
store. Our stock is complete and the prices are less
than our competitors .
Our Motto is honest dealing, small profit, full
weight, polite attention to all.
Wicker & Pilclier, Wreckers of Higb Prices
954 BROAD STREET.
THE SICK AT HAVANA.
W. A William*. Quartermaster, Is
Havana. Nov. 11—W. A. William*,
chief quartermaster, who h*» b on suf
fering from yellow fever for some time.
dl«l at 9 o'clock thl* morning. F. L.
Stewart, eletk attached to the qnartcr
maaiei'* deportment, whs a.ao pros
trated with fever for several day* and
died at *lx o'clock thl* morning. Tb©
condition of J. I). Caldwell, th© t'.i'.rd
cf th© American party, who ha* been
suffulng frem fever, 1* unchanged.
Extra Fine Lettuce, Cel
ery and Cranberries at
Big fire at Covington, Indiana,
New Orlonr.H, N >v. 11—Fire, which
started in the town hall at Covington.
Ln.. destroy©'' three block* of build*
| mi ilreti thousand.
itnm - see Dressed Tur
keys at Keenan & Co’s.
Wicker & Pilcher.
This popular nnd progres.lv© firm 1*
out. again this afternoon with an at
tractive array of fresh nnd seasonable
suppltea—ln fact, everything ln th" gro
cery line. A visit to their store will re
pay all. The attention of the house
keepers Is called to the advertisement.
i r *
Extra Fine Lettuce, Cel
ery and Cranberries at
Keenan & Co.
Waar Dr. Godin’, glasses for acow.-
!%t.y and commit. They «r, uaautpuaa-
Wttrt th The Kind You Hate Always Rough!
I* conceded to be at fine as 1$
dune anywhere, and for that rea
son we solicit your order* for
©ft-. The very latest and most
correct »tylc* assured. Orders ex
ecuted In 21 houm if necessary.
The swell©*l correspondence pa
per tn the south.
Dunbar & Williams,
831 Broad Street, Augusta, (ia,
OPK-HA lIOt’SE ALL NEXT WEEK.
; Th© Lending Hypnotist of the World,
Attracting the Most Cultured Audi
ences ever Seen in u Theetre.
GREAT COMPANY OF HYPNOTISTS
Nothing Like It Ever Seen Before.
(5.589 people attended the 35 perform
ances given In the principle cites ot
Virginia last season and nearly 2,00(
different pet son* were hypnotised.
3,500 attended a single performance l>
Atlanta, Ga. *
3.000 turned away at a matinee ln Mo
1,000 turned away at a single perform
ance at Richmond. Va.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY
PRIC'ES—IS, 23, 35 and 50 Cents.
ONLY MATINEE SATURDAY.
wanted furnished rooms .
wanted by genileman and wife, two
furnished room., for light housekeep
ing. Must be Close in. Referenoea ex
changed. Add re.- . J. F. cu»re Her
al(). -<<jv 11
TO RENT—THREE GOOD STALLS.
Apply «03 Ellis street. Nov U