Do You Eat Turkey?
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<foft*f jfcMit mu you, or jrtn***# worn it !«**>
many hit***, m down to Poft*t * •f'O i*
on#. Carefully •■•mm* your <o * f • * n ‘*
cuff* i to ru i'D tooy’ro tto *fo*w tw»>ii;
If rot go to Port**** and gat tone ih#i ***•
Now, kr>rg forth your iu*t ook it ov»f.
So* If tto irnuaort twf at th# In## par
tiru ariy fiotico if any of th# tiuHon* ar»
mi##m# of If troy *f# too wW# in tr# *•#
to to atyliah. Mo d your Coat up anJ if
it thin#* acroaa tha hack, or if it* too
to to m faahHro**look tha whok thing «v»r
and Imagioa In your mind juat to# ••
look to othoro*- mayba your to*t #trs-*tr
thara'a a itodow of a doubt aft*o* go to
Portar'n and buy althar a tan. fiftaao or
twenty dollar Suit*-than you a •• b* r ght
How about your Hat ?I* it rt#ht ' La*t, hut
not fast. gat out your Overcoat, Stoau it
Hi what othar good draaaar* ara woartrm.
Saa If th# langlh i* right, Ba* if it fit* Y ou
good —if If* up to data If not. go to Por
ter** and gat on* for tan, twamy or thirty
do ara that i* right, and a pair of thair naw
•tyiiah Ok>v*»< than go to dinnar.
DIED LAST NIGHT
PimN A«i; ti 9 O’clock Fch*
niuuiy Unkn •« St »*•«•* • I* l *
Co, H, nm Maryland, Ca*. Hsupt,
Third bolt Alton, li Uowt 4 In ift*l w - I
ter On* o< lb* Seaat ot th# young f
n*n of the rnnunnr Al#**®der Chan- ;
barlhin Hollytey. N tend Funeral
Hftlm *»N halt) Ot Paul'* caurrn
Mtef at 1 t'rtock, Co. H attending
•■A paying trtholo to their teloved
cos rote to arms. Tho bodj of *•>» a*
canard aoldtar ha* horn takan to hta
bum# In Ualttmorr Th* funrrnl and
Interment arllt b* bald at that point.
Thar* la mor* than ordinary regret
at thta death Private Hollyday lived
la Baltimore and was mustered In In
that city. H« araa on# of tlia finest
young fallen* In th# army. Ha »•» *
farortt* with the other soldiers. He
waa. In health, a Jolly gentleman, hon
orabla. '•ntlful—a splemdld young mao.
Private Hotlydaye family I* from
the aaatern shore of Maryland. He
waa inhen 111 at Camp Meade. On the
trip to Auguatn hla lllneaa became
more marked and I* waa aeen when be
had reached here that he waa a very
•irk man. He waa carried to the city
hospital, where every attention poael
ble waa given him. It became appar
ent that the young man waa Buffering
from appendicitis. The operation for
that malady waa performed Thursday
by Dr. Thomaa R. Wright and Regi
mental Surgeon Claude.
The operation was successfully per
formed and the patient seemed to be
getting along splendidly till last night
at 9 o'clock, when there was a sudden
eollapae and death.
Since Private Hollyday'a illness Rev.
C. C. Wllllsms has been a constant at
tendant at hla aide and has done ev
erything for him that hla kind heart
could suggest. When he saw how 111
the young man »va*. Dr. Williams
wrote to the young man'* family and
his mother arrived Sunday and was
with the soldier at the time of his
death. The dlatresaed lady, In her
grief and dlatress. has the sympathy,
not only of the soldier friends of the
young man and the officers and m
of his company, but of the people of
Augusta, who have learned of the trou
ble that has come Into her life.
WHAT IS SH LOW
A grand old remedy for Cough, Colds
and Consumption; used through the
world for half a century, has jcured
Innumerable cases of Indolent con
sumption and relieved many In advanc
ed stages. If you ara not saltefled w ith
the results we will refund your money.
Price 25 eta.. BO cts. and SI.OO. Sold by
—Retailers, T. A. Buxton, Anderson’s
Drug Store. Alexander's Drug Store,
West End Pharmacy. The King Phar
macy; Retailers, Davenport & Thinl-
STUTGATER AND HARDEFOLD.
J. MILLER WALKER,
736 BROAD STREET.
T# <Btttk*N Cast RNrleft B\
I* Or. Lbttatbaaa Guilty of MoUtlag
a#> City Law?
Or. Tboaaaa Cheatham, charged with
practicing med.na* without a llrawa*
That * tb* way tb* Cheatham eaa*
rrada on tb* poilc* docket.
dealer itar Dr. Cheat be at. <tbo Is
colored was fined for «>adueUac a
wodyard without a iicenae Today he
faced Judd* Baxter oa th* charge Brat
Attorner Plcqurt represented him.
Attorney McCord waa present aa pros
ecuting attorney In th* ma*.
Th* wltneaaea. n*v*ml of them, were
ready to testify when Attorney Plcqurt
presented a demurrer In th# cane that
caused the court to decide that tt
would be beat to cqceult tha etatuea
before th* charge against the doctor
could be proven. Tbe case we* contin
Dr. Cheatham ba* bean sailing Iba
"Indian Herb Tonic.’’ an allilr that la
elaimod to cur# almost anything from
a corn to a broken foot.
The doctor ha* been going from
bouse to house, selling th* tonic and
alto other medicine*. It la said.
Mr. PiequeCa demurrer >va* that If
be (Cheatham) had told (ha medicine,
or, s* tha charge read, practiced medi
cine without a license, ba nad violated
a atnte law and none that came under
the jurisdiction of the recorder.
After a bit of argument, it waa found
that the charge could not lie one of
violating any city code aectlon, unleae
It waa changed to peddling wtthout a
Lieut. Cartledge. with a merry twin
kle in hie eye, auggeeted that he
(Cheatham) might be charged with
violating the eighteenth—that would
ccver almost anything.
The court thought a bit and decided
that the mutter should l««.lnvestigated.
Thus, the case «vas continued. A rath
er neat question Is Involved In the
A Sure Sign of Croup
Hoarseness In a child that, is subject
to croub is a sure indication of the ap
proach of the disease. If Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is given as soon as the
child becomes hoarse, or even after the
croupy cough has appeared, it will pre
vent the attack. Mtnv mothers who
have croupy children always keep this
remedy at hand and find that It saves
them much trouble and worry. It can
always be depended upon and is pleas
nnt to tnke. For sale by Alexander
Drug and Seed Co., C. R. Parr of Bell
Tower Drug Co.
Emmett E. Levy, one of the hattd
-1 somest and most popular traveling
men on the road, representing Elliott.
Otlenheimcr ft Elliott, of Baltimore,
well known cigar men, is at the Wind
MR. KERR'S PUN
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bums l« •»*« «** »*'l *** art**
that to m* »B, I ball*** lhat It ran
ba (oh. I **•* ronnrtt
ran *alt afford to radar* «»t*» *aot*.
not an riu> h at a ro»r*o*lo» to th*
mllto m » maroaatea to th* latarlM
prop)* of *"*«#!* Amnata’a mlt
hanila ahotild hav* th* hliliat ••***
•Put Anrnat* ®t!l aa»r*am*ata oa a
par nhh other atat**. Rethir* ntll aa
araamon’o from alxt«*a or *t«htr*a to
Xtht tlollara per antndl* and then let
the whole people of Anauata Join with
the mill hand* In demondlnn that
wane* be rewtored Prom what ! ewn
learn, I bettor* thnt It wilt be done
But eounrll and th* fr'enda of th* mill
band* muat art at one*
popular price*. 11. 8. K. Mr. tonlaht.
the pmh.ophronean circlf.
Met tut Eveutnt With Mlaa Vlota
Th* member* of th* Phtlophoneau
Cirri* wore the ittieat* of Mlaa Viola
atoy laat evening. The program w»*
one of the moat Intereating and enter
taining for some time.
The aiibjeef for the evening wa»
"Humor." The meeting op«ied with
tiumoroua quotation*, followed by
an "Humorous Reading." by Mis* Lil
lie Mayer. Mr. W. W. Tommln* read
a wall prepared paper on “The Most
humorous reeltstlon." Of emirs*, this
distinction was claimed by the home
of Pa4ck. Mr. Tommirs entertained
the circle with a number of Pat’s rtoh
jest Jokes. The program continued
with “Something About Humor" by
Julian Zaohry, Ksq.. and ended with »
reading of Mark Twain’* by Miss Stoy.
Popular prices, 15. !5. 35. 50c. tonight.
W. C. T. U.
Tha weekly prayer meeting of th*
Woman’* Christian Temperance Union
will be held at the residence of Mr.
W. C. Sibley tomorrow (Thursday)
afternoon at 4 o’clock. Every member
Is requested to lie present. The public
Is cordially Invited to attend.
MRS. W. C. SIBLEY.
Miss E. Stoy. Sec. Pres.
Popular prices, 15. 35. 35. 50c. tonight.
Notwithstanding the fact that all In
terest centered in the prise tight, the
continuous applause and cheering that
greeted “My Uncle from New York"
was tut evidence of a thorough appre
ciation es the work of the company.
Popular prices and a great line of spe
cialties ought to test the capacity of
the theatre tonight.
Popular prices. 15, 25. 35, 50e. tonight.
Kebarts’ Heat market.
W. I. Rabarsa baa Jlwt raaatvad aa
•tjkat si>»!y *r draaaad Utrkar* a>*
•hiabaca tar Thaahagirlng, fUud hts
qgvamaamaat »»< >h*n* year ar*#r.
Rabtutxs prices are mast. r«*ioaa-
Popular prices, 15, 25, 35, 51K-. tonight.
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Uni to to to* i Mil to to
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Or mu to fffittffr4 8t III# ff#*
I vr e, Omm atwt r M Barber of
ißnatna ar* reglataved at >k* Planters
[ R A. tit *war« rvpriiaatlag th*
I*rt«v Papal* Co ms Y oak era. it at tb*
p I. to Men**, am* «t
mart proml**st rm**w*. to at tb*
Or W V. Irtffto **d R*v "
W Roger* of GaHMwvtlt* ara at tb*
Hr®. Tlobui H RUfnH rttirewi
thto morning from a* *it**dM vtrtt
to aorthera iwlatlr**
Mr W. J. Morrtang. ragr***MUna a
Naw York to* company, to th# gu*rt of
Mr sad Mrs. Wall*?* Barn**
Mrs B. A. Ora*, wif# of R*v. B A
Gray, formerly pastor at «h* WooA
lawn Mat bod tot rhurrb, now of Atlan
ta. hi tb* gu*rt of Mr*. R. L Swan In
Fo r Croup us» CHE
Hoad flame at V. .*». C. A. Tomorrow
non i forgot the gsme of baakat ball
at tb* Y. M. C. A. tomorrow night.
A picked Y. M C. A. team will play
’ a iteam from tb* Flrat Maryland ragl
ment. and aom# excellent aport to
(looked for. There to no admlsaion
‘charge, so there to no reason to stay
j Go around and watch the game. La
dte* are eapeclally invited to be pies
MANY A LOVER
: Has turned with disgust from an otber
j wise lovable glil with an offensive
breath. Karl’s Clover Root Tea purifies
the breath by ita action on the bowels,
etc., as nothing elto* will. Sold for years
on absolute guarantee. Price 25 cts.
and 50 cts. Sold by—Retailers, T. A.
Buxton. Anderson’s Drug Store. Alex
ander’s Drug Store. West End Phar
mney. The King Pharmacy: Wholesal
ers, Davenport A Phlnlay.
A HYSTERIOUS MURDER.
Chlllicothe Is Stirred Up Over the
nayton. Ohio, Nov. 20. Mr. A. E.
Kennedy of the former law firm of
Kennedy ft Katbfus, i was seen by a
correspondent conce ning the murder
mystery at Chilllcothe. Mr Kennedy
says he I* as much in the dark con
cerning the Identity,pf the /vn who
was found hanging to a rope. dead,
as the detectives who are working on
He Is Interested In determining the
Identity of the victim of the tragedy
to the extent of prosecuting another
matter that hinges upon the Identifica
tion, and recently wrote, he says, to
Attorney Charles B Doll of Chilllcothe
on the subject. He says that the
subject matter upon which he is en
gaged is as yet of an eutlrely private
character, concerning which he Is ret
icent and not disposed to divulge.
While he admitted that the persons
' in whom he is interested reside at Ea
ton, Ohio, yet Mr. Kennedy professed
entire ignorance of the identity of the
Tbs sure* at avsrwsrkag wsmaakiai
ur* galskly aog sartor *or*4 ky Karl’s
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ner and tissue toailgar Msnar rsfwrt
ad If net aatiafsttary. prl*» M *ta and
5# cm. SoM by—Rstaltto*. T. A. Roo
ms AJnAarsan’a Birug Blare. AJeoand-
V"s JPrag fear*. YTegt'fci Pharmacy,
Tbe King Phanfmcy; PTholeealerS,Rav
en port & Phijuay. VT
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FIRE AT LAUREL.
Deslrwctloa •» a Haodsmw* OM Mary
Laurel Oa. Nov tt Tbe real
d*ac* of Mr William R Valk. oa
Waablagtoe avenue, waa burned to th*
ground at 4 o'etock Bumtay morning.
Mm. Valk and her four children es
caped without Injury, assisted by Mr. |
Jo*. K VaSb. her brotlmr-ln-law. bat
4b* eoatenta of tb- boas* were des
troyed. with th* exception of a piano
and a few other article*. Mr, Wm R
I Valk. who la an ofllrtal In on* of th*
department* at Waablnglon. I* tn
North Carolina on a gunning trip
Th* bouse was insured In the Royal of
'Liverpool for *I.OO It was owned by
I Mr* O*o. H Clarke. Tt* total loss
I|a about *6.000. The honae waa for
merly tb* property of Mrs. Annie E.
Barry, now Mr*. John J. Mahon of
Slaughter sale fine
and medium class
20c. goods cut to
10c„ 40c. goods cut
49c. for goods worth
75c. and $ 1 per yard.
Novelty suit pa .erns
about one-third price.
Blankets and Com
forts at three-fourths
of regular value.
Cloaks, Furs and
Tailor-Made Suits and
Skirts. Perfect fits
Good warm Under
wea,r for Men, Women
and Children, Isc per
garm* nt and up.
Calicos 2 I -2c.
Good Check Home
30 yards 4-4 Sea Is
land for $ 1.00.
Goods in every de
JAMES DALY & CO.,
820 Broad St.
A pika *f s«rsw burning in Hiakar's
•Mam Fastasy. aaruar *f Kallaafc am*
Hllla *t**ota, laat night akaut » •'rtsai
oauaaft an alarm to h# saat i* acA th*
Amman so saxpauft The fimme* wer<»
Popular prices, 15. 23, 35, 60c, tonight.
tto §otos to* ftom to mmmtotoig to
fltoflpk (4—B to tom mtototo to totos Bhrv#
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Just Call Us Up
« hast yoa need coni and
Your order will be filled Joat as
quickly and satisfactorily *s If you j
had come la person to order IL
The beat of oak and good, dir pine,
long or sawed and split. Just as you
And the coal will be Juat as good
coal as ever esae out of a mine—clean,
dry and reliable. Doth phouee.
Office and Yard. Foot of Macartan
I blood Issues. Thta la called a state of
anaesthesia by the medical profeealon.
I Another feature of which this pheno
menal man speaks proudly 1* his abil
ity to put any part of his body Into the
cataleptic state. For tnsts-.ee. He ran
cause his arm to become a«> rigid that
two men cannot bend It. During his
state of complete catalepsy he ip in a
Qandall's pranks with h's h- rt are
sufficient to make the ordlnari- man
shudder. While sitting In a chair he
can cause his heart to beat alternate
ly slow and fast. Then with a mijhty
effort he made the vital organ atop for
an Instant. This cannot he verified by
listening to ths heart beat . for the
gurgling sound caused drowns the beat.
However, by feeling his pulse the phe
nomenon can be fully appreciated.
Gancall Is 24 years old and Is well
known In this city. ll.a wonderful
freaks of nature are interesting to the
medical profess n. before a number of
whom,he has exhibited htmse’.f.
Popular prices. 15. 25. 35, 60c. tonight.
Ho'tn n’s Meat .Market.
There are a great many people In
Augusta who have not ordered their
Thanksgiving melts yet. They can
be accommodated * this evening by
ringing up Holman. He i.as just re
'eeived the finest turkeys and chick
ens dressed that have been seen In
.Augusta fir a lone time. Holman is
1 hoted for fine meats. Be sure to call
Popular prices, 15. 25. 35. 50c. tonight.
Miss Campbell, librarian of the
Tanag Mama library, aeetrea it state*
that th* library will h* alasad temor
rww, as aaawaar ot t» kail* Thamka
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NEW TORK COTPOIf.
January * to ».ff
Erhruary *• •• •• •* ** *• t-U S.IB
i March 5.34 S.M
May 5 44 5.42
June •• •• •• .. •• •• 3 44 5.43
July * *2 * 4»
August .. 5.54
September .. .. .. 5.53 3.53
November •• •• .. .. .. 3 25 3.23
December 5 14 3.21
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NEW YORK STOCKS.
Sugar 122% 122%
Tobacco 13* 137*4
B. R. T .• «»% **
C. B. O I'’ l * H*
Mlaaourl Pacific **% 34%
Lculavllle and Nalhvllla . 41% 41H
Manhattan *3% M%
People'* Oa* llh*S 110%
‘ T'n'on Pacific .. .. 35% *S
' T?< ck Island Irt% Irt%
Ft. Paul 113% 113
Southern Hallway, pfd .. 40\ 4«%
Western T T nfon 93% 93
January and T" ury 3 °4 3 01
Feh-aiary and 5’ srch .. 8 O'l 3 01
Mirch and April 3 °l 3.01 02
*-ril and May J 01 3.02 01
vtnv and June .. •• ~ 3 01 3.01
jvne and July 3 03 3.01
July and Aueuat 3.04 3.04
*,ii— and Prnt. .. .. .. 300 3.05
■S' nt. and Oct. .. .* «• 3.05 3.0.. 04
Oct. and Nov. ~ .. 3.02 3.02
Vnv. and Dec. 3.01 3.01 03
Dec. and Jan 3.00 3.01
: Oalveaton .. .. .. •• l''3"3 22254
New Orleans 13827 12798
Isevanrah 3322 7854
Norfolk 6667 5540
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