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AFFAIRS _IN_ GENERAL
Succlnt Statement of News Events. Strip
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YESTERDAY'S NEWS BRIEFLY RECOROEO
Snort Paragraphs rernoum nnil
Otherwise?Account* off Kirant? Im?
terming to ftvory ltentlor?Topics*
l>isc i.SKed on llio Strooi? nml III
Offlcos Ullll llOUlOS.
Every thing Is again working smooth
Probabilities says we will have snow
Thero was good thick Ice yesterday
It was awfully qulot around the city
Clurney Bold was 'turned out of Jail
The .gunboat Winslow will go In com?
mission -this week.
The Nashville went in the dry dock
yesterday for repairs.
The fair at Glenn Hall bids fair to
(become very popular.
There was a genuin given by .the ofll
cers or the yard Monday night.
The Pythian Castle will be ready for
ocupuncy by January lBth, I83S.
The Y. M. C. A. Bible class met last
night. The attendance was good.
Oh, such horrible streets as we have.
.Who ever dreamed of such streets?
Miss Elsie Smith, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Is visiting Mies Lorona Blllsoly, on
The Baltimore Steam Packet com?
pany will increase rates on freight be?
ginning on Monday.
l?t Is sa-jd that Mr. Burroughs will be
appointed postumster of Portsmouth
after the New Year.
The Portsmouth Cotillion club gave a
german last night at Kirn Hull, which
was well attended.
There are a tnumbcr of broken pipes
around the city, consequently the plum?
bers are kept busy.
Miss Jennie Thomas, of Baltimore,
who has been visiting In the city, has
returned to her home.
Section 2,MO Endowment Bank K. of
P. met last night and re-elected all 'tho
old oIHeers for another year.
The Drummers' Convention will meet
at Southern Pines January Sth, 1S0R,
when a Hlg time will be had.
There was only -one case In tho May?
or's Court yesterday, and thn.t wns one
drunk, who paid the usual line.
Th.-re have been less marriages in
ISO" that for several years past. The
only reason given ds the hnrd times.
Alisa Cora Stephcnso,n, of Georgetown
who has been spending a few weeks
In itlte city has returned to her home.
The City Council will malic an at?
tempt to meet to-night to hear the re?
port of it-he Committee on changing the
The heater at the Jail has not been
Tepalred yet. A temporary s'tovo should
be put In to keep the prisoners com
The members of Central and Wrlghl
Memorial church.es will not have th?lr
? Christmas trees until the first week
Nearly every one who is arrested in
? the county now, pay their fines. But
few additions are being made to the
number in jail.
Watch night services will be h^ld at
several churches. Pnstors who desire
r.he same announced had better send
them In to-day.
A horse attached too delivery wagon
attempted to run nwny yesterday, and
scattered the cfottUcivts of .the wagon
?II around .the strict.
Tho Portsmouth Gun club expects to
hive a meeting of the sporting men of
tin- county with tin- expetl'.ntlon of
having a good time.
A number of carpenters wore taken
on at the Seaboard Air Line shops yes?
terday to work on the new oars that
will be built up there.
Yesterday morning a small child,
whose name we did not. learn, fell off
a pile of lumber In Count street and
sprained Its wrist quite badly.
Mr. George W. Leigh; proprietor of
the Madison Hotel, returned yesterday
from Annapolis, where he hnd been on
.business .connected with his hotel.
The Daniel Club went to work yester?
day repairing damages 'to their club
room. The carpets were all taken up
and the wet furniture wns all removed.
There are about twenty-five appli?
cants for the position of harbor ?master.
A meeting will be held next week to
elect one If Mr. John L. Thomas ts nble
to be out.
Mr. J. W. Wilson, a clerk In the Old
Dominion Steamship enmpnny 1n New
York, who has been here for a few days
with Ills family, returned to Now York
It was rumored yesterday that a
Norfolk county constable bod shot
a negro man who was 'trying to make
his escape from him, but the report
could not be verified.
An expressman yesterday was en?
gaged In moving a family. After get?
ting his wagon loaded he put a stove
wltli fire in it In the wagon and set fire
to the things in there.
Attention Is called to the advertise?
ment of Kmmett Deans in this Issue,
in which ho offers all Christmas goods
regardless of cost. Call nnd see him
and secure a bargain.
The Court Street Presbyterian Sun?
day school had their Christmas tree last
night In the chapel. 11 wns greately en?
joyed by those present. There were
presents for old and young.
Mr. C. It. Nimmo has signed .the war
runts for the bills that were allowed
at .the lost, meeting of the Board of
Supervisors. It will be some ithne be?
fore the money will be avaiabe.
An attempt was made to rob the
dwelling house of a man named Par?
ker, who lives in Pearl street, but the
party won frightened off before he
succeeded In effecting an entrance.
There was a rumor sitaPtcd yesterday;
that a well known resident of the
Fourth ward had died suddenly Mon- j
day night, but it proved to be untrue. !
much to the deilgh*! of his many friends, j
The Trinity Church Sunday school
had their Christmas tree festivities yes- '
terday afternoon In the pnrlsh-housc 1
There wns a large crowd prest nt. Three
hundred presents'were given away and
all loft well pleased.
Attention l.i called to the advertise?
ment of Mr. Roscnhaum In this Ifsuc,
in -which he offers nil winter goods at
low prices to clear up his stock. They |
SOT I CK.
Owing to tbo heavy |>rcN<mro of nud*
a greater portion of tlto 1'ortsinoutb
locnl will bo fi.titKl on tbo Otli pngo.
must go and that quick. Sco his adver?
tisement and call as directed.
Persons who Intend to keep open
house on New Year's day can have the
some 'published free by sending their
names to 'this ofllce for Friday, of Sat?
urday's issue, lie sure and send them
before 5 o'clock In the afternoon.
Ilie congregation of Owens Memorial
church have decided to abandon the use
of oil stoves'1 and have made a con?
n-act with the Portsmouth Oas company
to heat the building with gus. The
stoves win be ready for se: /ice next
The Rev. Dr. Ray will pronely a
special sermon to the -members' of
Stonewall Camp on Sunday. January
ICth. The members of the camp will be
escorted to the church by Crimes' Uat
tory and the Second Battalion of In?
fantry In rull uniform.
Yesterday a small colored girl was
delivering a gallon and a half of oys?
ters to a lady that had ordered them,
when a negro boy came aong and kick?
ed the bucket out of her hand, sea-tier?
ing the oysters all over the street. The
boy then ran ns hard as he could.
Louisa Gray was committed to the
county Jail for thirty days yesterday
for robblhg a colored mall of (6.75. The
man was d limit and Louisa wanted to
carry him home, but Instead she car?
ried him In a vacant house and robbed
him. The case was clearly proven und
she got the time.
Mrs. James Reed, of Montvale, VI,
who has been visiting Mrs. Edgar
Nash, on London street, was called
home oh Sunday by a telegram an?
nouncing that her father, Captain Hoff?
man, lidd been killed in nil accident on
the Norfolk and Western railway be?
tween Lynchburg and Roanoke.
Quite a number of people were out
yesterday looking tor bargains. Now
IS the time for our merchant? to
advertise special sales and rid them?
selves of a quantity of stuff they will
otherwise have to carry over. JuSt at
this time housekeepers and others are
looking around for all the bargains
ithey can find.
Mr. William Holland, representing
the Ragle Bicycle company, of Tor
rlngton. Conn.. Is In the cMv, the guest
of Mr. W. N. TVhlte. the popular bicycle
and sporting goods dealer. Mr. Hob
land Is exhibiting the '!>S Model Eagle,
which is a beauty in style, workmanship
.and durability. The price has been re?
duced on these wheels from $106 to
Sr.i). and to ilhose desiring :i wheel It
is just the thing. Mr. Holland will re?
main in the city for a day or so.
A HIGHLY ENJOYABLE MEETING
One of the finest meetings ever Riven
by the Baptist Young Pc pie's Union of
Court Street Batist church was given
Mondav night. Rav. .Dr. Johnson's ad?
dress was able and scholarly jnhd the
musical programme was classical and
Florence Larrabce, n pupil of Ryland
Institute, Berkley, -a mere child of !>
years -of age, exe.Mit d llnoly a il'-ino
solo?"Tara ntcMiv"?by Leomas. Her
interpretation is wonderful and ehe will
become a pianist or reputation at an
Miss Pauline Larrabce, principal of
Ry?nnd Institute, played a piano solo,
by Chopin?"Impromptu Fantasie,'.' Op.
68, C sharp minor. Her rendition was
of a 'lightness and delicacy that no I
virtuoso Iras surpassed. Her graceful
bearing und gentleness of manner In?
vest her witih the richest charms of a
The piano duett?Overiurt?by Suppe,
was rendered in <i manner that rellecta
much credit t" the performers; &iifa
Pii?llne Larrabce and Miss 13ilstabeth
Bentlcy, teacher -<>f music In Woman's
College, Richmond, both pianists of re
putatlon and giuduates of New Eng?
land Conservatory, Boston, Mass.
A NEW DRUG ST?RE.
Ici this issue Mr. Jerome P. Carr an?
nounces that about January 5th, lS'.'S.
he will open under Pythian Castle, cor?
ner ..r Court and County streets, th>
lineal drug store this side \>f Baltimore.
The stare is being fitted up In the most
elaborate style with Handsome and
costly tlx tu res, and when completed
there will be none in 'the city to equal
Itr He will sell both wholesale and re?
tail. The store will be under h!<= i>\\ n
personal supervision and he will be
assisted by Mr. C. J. Hudern, of
Luray, Va., who is a thoroughly com?
petent pharmacist and Is a graduate Of
the National College of Pharmacy. Mr.
Carr says that Mr. Hudson will be
In charge of the Green street f ore
most of the time. Mr. Carr is
?n enterprising young man and de?
serves to be liberally patronised for giv?
ing us an up-to-date store. See the
advertisement. Remember tho time of
opening and give him a call.
DELIGHTFUL K EC El *T ION.
?Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roper gave a de?
lightful reception to their Sunday
school classes M<coidny night at th'-ir
;h<>mo, in Cottage Place, where about
twenty boys ?and girls of the Calvary
Baptist Sunday school gathered and
spent an evening long to be- remem?
bered by the young people. Numerous
games were participated in until about
10 o'clock, when the guests repaired to
the dining-room, where on elaborate
table of sweets awaited them. All
were made to feel perfectly at home
around tho festive board, and candies
whd fruits disappeared as If by magic.
About 10:30 o'clock the party left Cor
ACCIDENT IN THE HARBOR.
A colored man named George Cole, a
fireman on -a dredging machine wurk-'
ing '..ut in tho harbor, was Injured very
badly yesterday by a piece of iron
falling on Iiis head. He was trying to
pull down a part of a dipper when it
fell. A gash about four inches 1 was
but In the center of his head hnd Gio
was bruised very badly on the shoul?
der. Dr. Van Kirk, of N ufolk, atti nil
ed the man, after which he was re?
moved to the hospital.
Silver-Trim med Cane;; and Umbrellas'.
Charles It. Welton & Co.
Bonds Issued to admlnlsMraioni, guar?
dian.'-, collectors, cashiers and others
occupying positions of trust; also (0 re
spcnslblc contractors, at reasonable
rates'. J?RN L. WA'PHON.
Napoleon Gips, blve; green and radii
Hoy..' Kid .. ows. K*hdUet chiefs and
Neckwear, C!:a Is* .. Welton ft O.
Tho Navy Department is Informed
that the cruiser Raleigh lert Port Bald
yesterday for Aden, Babel Mandeb. and
that the gunboat Mach'.as- left Colombo,
Ceylon, the same, day for the same
place. The Raleigh les on her way to
China, and the Muchkis Is on her \\\iy
from that station to New York. They
are under orders to meet nt Aden and
exchange some olllccrs and men.
The monitor Atnphltrtte has arrived
nt Charleston, S. C, and the monitor
Terror Is at Fort Monroe.
Cadet O. Q. Murlln has been detach (d
from ,the Alliance and ordered to tho
Paymaster's Clerk E. S. Updike, of
the Puritan, has been ordered to settle
Paymaster's Clerk J. Hrooks, of the
Indiana, has been ordered to Kettle ac?
Huslgia .1. Li. Sticht has been detach?
ed from the Massachusetts and ordered
to the Columbia.
A line pair of horns from O gignnllo
Tc7(i\s steer was received at the Navy
Department yesterday morning from
Mr. .lames <). Luboy, of San Diego,
Tex., for presentation lo the battleship
Texas. Mr. Lubcy says the horns are
from the ranch of Mr. Edward Corklll,
In siarr county, und are the longest
hotns 'ho could Und of. an animal that
Is fist disappearing from our prairies.
"Til 15 HIDDEN HAND."
The above named piece was ainnounc
led to be played last night at the F.Iks'
j Opera House, but the entertainment
?was n conglomeration of nothing,
which both amused and disgusted the
audfcm ? at times. About the orilv
redeemable feature about It is the liv?
ing pictures, which are excellent, and
are really wonderful. Stich plays ore
not Wl/ait the people of Portsmouth
want, and are not calculated to do the
(house any good in future, and the
sooner 'the engagement Is cancelled
.the batter I: will b<>.
Portsmouth people love to be amused
?and will support good plays, hut they
are not called upon to attend such
performances as was given last night
and ithe night before, which wore really
TOURNAMENT AT CHURCH LAND.
A nuirtbc-r of gentlemen hnd a t?ur
hdmciYt yesterday afternoon on the
-grounds nt Churchland. There wer*
ton knights in >the race, which was
opened with a line address by Mr.
Duncan, of Norfolk, which was listen?
ed to attentively, at the conclusion
of which riding was commenced. Mr.
lt. T. Hargrov s of Nansfmond county,
was the successful knight. After the
tournament was over Mr. Vernon
Carney challenged Mr. Hargrovcs to
ride, arid won the largest number of
rini,.?. Th >re was a. boll last night,
which was well attended.
There was n targe croi I in attend?
ance at the tournament, who suffered
considerably from the cold.
ELECTION OF officious.
At 0 mooting of Tidewater Lodge, T.
O. O. f.. held Monday night, the fol?
lowing officers wore elected: s. 1,.
Neville, noble grand; C. \V. King, vice
grand; W. .1. Webb, treasurer; J. f.
Y/llson, recording 'secretary j D. f.
Gwynn, financial secretary; H. Tt.
For ocitftrt.ocnl HeeStstfti foge.
p LK*S OPEItA BOUSE
(mc entire weck, commencing MONDAY,
Miss Cora Van Tassell!
Supported l.y her New York Company or
20 high class artists. Drama, vaudeville
and Kdlson's Biograph of Moving Pic?
tures. Three Rig Shows In one.
Pi ices, hie., 20c. and Me.
First r.lgii; prodiicinn?CAM 11.I.E.
? AT ?
2C notes covered with warehouses, 20
miles of yard and switch track?, large
cotton compress, over _'rJ dwellings and
stores, ov. r a mllo of river front devel?
oped, electric' cars Introduced, electric
lights put up, bell lino established; with
large yard, piers and warehouses, con?
necting all roads now entering the port,
and two hotels erected. All this has been
done In less than two years, and the
piacp Is yet in its Infancy.
No place In the .utile United States
to-day offers opportunities equal to those
of Pinner's Point.
No effort bus been made nt a boom,
and real estate Is consequently b< Hing at
a very low price indeed, compared with
prices at other points not having one
tenth oi" its advantages,
Puddings arc going up nil around, and
at e ii a.lily rented at prices paying from
12 per cent, to is per cent. Now Is the
llnic to invest, a~ prices will soon be In?
Lots sold on easy payments, For prices,
tern..", ? to., enquire of
John L. Wat3on,
Or ltc.il Ilstato Agents of Portsmouth
and Pinner's Point. doll-lm
Glean Sheltered Coal
3. P. O A 3 T,
Conn r Court and Clifford streets,
NEW SHOP! NEW FIRM]
New stylo Car'agcs, Buggies. Wagons,
Cart's, !teictr? manufactured - nnd repaired.
Oui painting a opeciulty.
0v.'en8 & Parker,
COIt. SOUTH AND PUENTIS STS.
NOW FOR A CLEAN-UP!
Wo tako tho Ural lull after the holiday nmh to put the storo to rights. Wo
shall pay you to help us do lt. these MUBT CO. There uro great lots or Men's
Overcoat* nnd Sulla crowded Into lite background.
Wo.mark all these 'things at what thrv'll tirliifr <iulck.
It's a general clearing, with no thought of profit?cost or loss not counted. This
morning wo tako these scores upon scores of broken lot*? Overcoats, over a thou?
sand; Bults, t;w.H) or 'more, and mark them squarely at <iuick-iiiovlhg prlcea.
Hero's how they run:
Rich blue nnd black Korsoys, extreme?
ly dressy, our most atylUh coats. eighteen
lots In nil, from 11 to ?S of a kind -oo:its
that last week wero $20 and |26? Clearing
rulco now. 113.
Cantor l-.eavers?a half dozen of the best
makes- every popular color: is lots?from
11 to SO of a kind?all along ready sellers
at |I5?Clearing price now. $10.
Who and Uluck Heaver Overcoats, sold
last week at $S: now, $3.75.
( . MION'S SUITS.
l>ressy Oasslmeres, fancy Worsteds,
Cheviots, ete. A rieh lino of colors?all
the newest rhades?!> lots of high grade
Suits-over 5?) In all?Suits thai luivo
riudlly sold at J12?Clearing price, now,
Si veu lots of finely made Bulla?strictly
all wool, In tho most popular Bhadca?
thev'll please any mm?splendid sellers
nil season ai $15 and $18.rii>?Clearing price
Men's StylSh Rulls, most fashionably
Cht?Worsteds, Cheviot*, etc.- full line of
colors--they're that ?12 lliie?all at S7.R0,
and 17 loin?In nil over 2""0 Bulls that were
110 Friday?at the. Clearing price now, $.'>.*.n
Children's Suits nnd Overcoats at cost.
M. ROSENBAUM. 116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth, Va.
All Christinas Articles to lie Sold Regardless of Cost!
Men's Porcalo Shirts, fflc. finality, for S9c.
arch's Underwent* at bottom prices.
A full Hue of Men's, Ladles' and Chll
Stoi^e Weather Y
Yes, I have STOVES in a big stock for Christmas
trade. I find I Have too much. I will sell it at about
half value. If you want anything, come to hie. I
have it in slock. Oil, Wood, Cook and Heating Stoves.
FURNITURE, every kind. GARRETS, all; grades.
Onyx Tables, Lamps, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,?La?
dies' Desks, Rook Cases. China Cases, Fancy Chairs,
Rockers, Couches, Velocipedes, &c.
J, 3, CRAWFORD,
- 221-223 HIGH STREET.?
F"lj rin i s r"iec3 Complete.
1898 BABY CARRIAGES just arrived. Come and see the largest
stock in the Slate.
WR CAN Hi:i.P YOU TO DO IT. AIII
GUNS, PLOD BUT RIFLES, POCKET
KNIVES, FOOTBALLS, MAGIC LAN?
TERNS; STEAM AND MECHANICAL
TOYS. VELOCIPEDES, RIOYOLES AND
Of Holiday buyers Is upon us, ami If you
want the line di It. seien for your table do
not pul ll off um II the la Si moment, as
We will be unable to give you the time
and attention that yon will desire.
We have in stock the ilnest varieties
of Mixed Nuts. Raisins, Citron. Currants,
Malaga Grapes, etc., that can bo bought.
We also call your attention 10 our Royal
Seal let brand of Conned Hoods, which
arc as line as can be packed. Vour Xmiis
dinner will not be complete .without sonic
c.f these goods on your table. Don't for?
get our Vermont' Creamery Butter; it's
fine as can be had.
BOTH PHONES 1340.
C. W. HUDGINS & CO.
802 Crawford Street
WHERE TO SAVE MONEY.
All Silk, Satin Duchess, 24 inches wide, at 75 cents the
yard, cheap at ?1.00, worth $1.25. Big bargains in Capes and
Cloaks. Feather Boas 50c. to ,$8. Dress" Goods and Dress
Trimmings in great variety at low prices. Ladies' and Gents'
Kid Gloves all going at 69c. the pair, worth $1. A few more
pairs of Portieres to hand at $3.47, worth #6.
302 HIGH STREET, Under Oxford Hall.
I am now prepared
to fill orders for all
*lnds of .
AT LOWEST MAR?
KET PRICE. 2,2?
JOS._A? I'AKKISR, >7YL Ci-nwforrt *5Jt.
in vs a .solid 14 ii a it a t nov.n
With genuine lilgin or Walilum Movement.
IIVYM a HOI.lI> ?II.VKK It a CK It RUN II AMI Sll.VI.lt
MOUNTED ( <? -i n IN a (SANK.
?'i liene price* lor IbeOANll \*lillc (liny last.
c. 8. sherwood, 208 high street.
ph?rm?ceutic?l announcement y
On or about January r.th, i shall open n first class, up-to-dato, completely stock?
ed, wholesale and retail drug store In the corner store of the Pythian Castle, cor?
ner Com l and County streets, which shall b? under my personal supervision. 1
have also seeuiv.1 the services of Mr. C. .1. Hudson, of I.uray, Vo., a thoroughly
competent pharmacist, registered in Virginia and of the National College of Phar?
macy who will take charge of my Green street store.
JEROME P. CARR, Pharmacist;
Comer Court nnd County and Green, mar Barl street. Call and get one of our
beautiful 'BS Calendars.
Parsons who have not paid (heir Oily
Taxes for ISM will save three cent penalty
by paying them on or before DKCK.MitKlt
?Ist, 1 s:>7. It. A. HUTCH INS,
di-21-lOi City Collector Portsmouth.
RENTS CO LLECTED.
Thl!> ofllco 1s prbmlrfi itly located; and
secures the flrat call from persons desir?
ing to rent houses, thus getting tho best
Wo also make larger returns than any
other agency, and will submit copies of
reports for the past fourteen ycur? to*
prove this assertion.
Place your rent roll whoro you will
not the largest return.
JOHN U WATSON.
Christmas Cake T
Plain, Fruit, Citron, Sponge, .Tolly and
Small Mixed Cakes. 2ftc. per pound.
BKAIJTIFVL, WEDDING CAKE, 25c.
Graham, Ilyo nn<l Wheat Dread; Rolls
nhd Pastry Fresh every day. Fine Can?
dles a specialty.
Ri T. MULES,
de2-lm r,15 CRAWFORD ST.
Of what I have. DRY SHELTERED
PINE WOOD a specialty. Tho best of
HARD WOOD. Also, CLEAN COAL.
Phone SIS. Yard 1,213 Washington St.
h. b. wilk1ns
, About the Fit anci Style
of Your Clothes?
Have you ever worn
ready-made clothes which
have satisfied you com?
pletely ? No,' then you
nave never worn clothes
bearing the . Stcin-Bloch
STEIN-BLOCH are wholesale tailors. Their label
clothing stamps it as the best that it is possible to produce.
Custom tailors of the highest class are their only competi- ?
tors for quality. STBlN-BLOCH moderate prices make it'.;
possible for men of moderate means to dress in the top notch
We are their sole agents here.
Money back if you want it.
Joliii. Morris ?& Co?9
Cash and One Price Clothiers and Tailors,
303 High Street.
Kinds most manufacturers all over Iho country driven to desperation by tbo
Uri els ?r ready cash. The bind times caloll ihu largest ot them with enormous
CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS
That must be turned Into cash nt once, nt any cost or bo driven to tho wall?that's
why we nie forcing sales to be nblo to lake advantage ot oil the rich chances of?
fered us by these stricken manufacturers?forcing sales nt every point?distributing
the greatest bargains this section ever saw.
S3.BS for choice of Men's Suits or Overcoats, In fancy mixed or Black and Blue
Cheviots?inaile In every way equal to tho bist suits and overcoats?regular deal?
ers charge. $0.00.
$5.93 for choice of Men's latest etvlo suits and overcoats In tho most popular
plaid effectB nnd Kerseys?our popular spot cash system make It possible to get
tin-in for $6.88.
$SPS for choice of finest dress und business Suits nnd Overcoats known to tho
trade?every garment finished up to the Standard of perfection?so think what a
biirgaiti for $8.9$.
Men's Colored Bosom Shirts, checks, stripes and funry figures, 48c., worth 75c.
The best flttlng'whlto Shirt on earth, linen bosom, all the latest Improvements, ?
nil style bosoms, open buck or front, 75c, worth $1.25.
Neokwcar same as you pay 50c. for, marked 25c?all new designs In bows, club
ties, i-ln-liauda or locks.
Exact eb:>y Ot tho 13. & W. 25c. collnrs, made In nil styles, ot 10c. i n .; . !/,.(
AURECE A. BRAMOT $ co
213 High Street,
-STRICTLY ONE-PRICE-FOR CASH ONUY.-'?.
Quite a Number
But off purchasing their winter clothing until Just before Christmas,
We are offering special inducements from now on untl1. the Holidays.
Our regular $10.00 Suit for $7.G0; our 512.G0 Suit for $10.00; our $13.GU
Suit for $10.00; our $15.00 Suit for $12.50. The same proportion-,
nie reduction In Overcoats. A splendid all wool Coat in dark blue for
$7.50; nn elegant Coat that's fully worth $12.30 to $15.00 for $10.00. Yv"e
have undoubtedly the best Overcoats In the two cities for $12.50, $15.00,
$18.00 and $20.00. We are showing the prettiest Neckwear for 25c. and
50c. that has over been brought to this or any'othcr city. We can' give
you the best Undressed Kid Glove f.>r $1.00. If you want to purchase
a present for your futlier, brother or swetheart, we can fill the bill.
114 High Street.
214 High Street, Portsmouth, Va.
A spoelnl line made up to advertise our
make, worth JO.UO at $1.90. ?
Our Special Long Storm King Ulster,
with deep collar, worth $0.00, at $-1.00.
All Wool Kersey Overcoats -which oth?
ers uro showing at $10.00 wo sell for $7,00.
Imported Beavers nnd Kerseys, silk vel?
vet collars, handsomely trimmed and cus?
tom made, worth $18 at $14.40.
Very stylish Irish Frieze Ulster's, with
aalrachan collars and cuffs, worth $20, at
Boys' Reefers from $1.48 to $4.90.
Men's All Wool Suits, well made, well
trimmed and perfect titling; worth $8, at
Men's All Wool Casslmer*e, Cheviots nnd
Worsteds, that others are selling for $10,
Men's Finest Black Clay Diagonal Suits,
warranted In fit and color; worth $12, nt
$9.60. Bettor grade, worth $15, al $14.40,
Men's Imported Suitings in tho best
quality equal to custom mode, that were
$13.60, $14.50 nnd $15.00, now at $10.90.
All Wool T/>ng I'ants Suits from 16 to 20
years, ranging in price from $3.00 to $8.90
worth double tbo money. ' ' v
I Child's Suits'.
Child's Roofer Suits that are strictly
All Wool, were $2.50 and $3.00, now $1.9?.
Men's All Wool Pants, $1.48, $3.45 and
$3.48. You can't duplicate them clsuwhere
for again as much money.
Pine quality Merino, worth 5Cc, for 83c.
Pine quality Balbrlggan Ribs, 4sc. Derby'
Ribbed, all wool, worth $1, at 7oc. Furo
lamb s wool In blue, gold and natural .col-.,
or*, worth $1.25, nt 9Se.
Tho famous Glastenbury health gar;;
nient. known throughout the world, worth
$2.00. nt $1.48. . ?
Wilson Bros', famous Denham Ribbed,,
silk and wool, was $3.00, tit $2.4?. Heavy;
weight Clinton Flannel Drawers at 4Sc.
Flnok qnnllty Madras nnd Percalo
Shirts made by the famous Manhattan .<?
?h Mfr's . worth $1 B0. at $1.00).aISo;
n special line nf ?So.aiul 6Sc. .
White Sl-irts from 48c. to $1.50 each.
livery requisite for evening and full
*' Frncsl quality of Cashmere Hosiery, in
black, tan nntl natural wool, 2uc, $t.3o por.
''"ihe0 pubMcPr8irk!ndiy lavltod to call and
inspect our Hues and.be convinced that,
our Clothing Is mado and trimmed hot?
ter nnd sold Waper than any other etoWi
Inir house In the South.
Tho Finest assortment of Gloves, Ho
slorv nn<l Suspenders for Xmas preeenta
over exhibited In tho city tt populai?
Sole Agahta for Manhattan Shirts.
WM. O. PARKER. JOS. T< PARKER,
-WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF? f ?;
701 CRAWFORD STREET, CORNER C0UNTV;,