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Reduction of Wages at the Navy Yard
Arouses Them to Adlon.
SEVERAL GENTLEMEN SPEAK THEIR MIND
Bion. W. A. Youne Warmly Knpoitncs
tko Vuttse of llio Worlimtti-Coni
uilttec Elected lottolo Woslittiirion
ntOncc 10 Sco ?lto Secretary ol llto
About 400'workingmen or this city met
last night at City Hall ?or the purpose
of iaklng some action in regard to the
reduction ?'t wages. Mr. John A. Mc?
Donald called the meeting to order and
read the call, which was published in
The Virginian of yesterday, which
elated the object for which the meeting
would bo held. At the conclusion of
the reading Mr. McDonald was made
permanent chairman. The press was
requested to act; as secretaries. Mr.
Wilson iButt was nominated for pri?
vate secretary. Air. Carhart was also
nominated. A vote being taken resum?
ed In the election of Mr. Butt, and he
was declared the nominee.
iMr. McDonald then- made a short
talk. He said that he came to the
meeting to do what was right and
?honorable, and he felt satisfied that lie
voiced the sentiment of nil present,
when he said ho only had the interest
of the workingmen at heart, and 'he
thought that'the meeting was with hint,
and that the workingmen should re?
ceive fair pay fur a week's work. He
said he was not present to criticise
those who had fixed the wages, but it
was a prerogative that the workingmen
?had, to express themaelves, and lie
should do so. He said that the work?
ingmen no longer lived In the dark
uses, but 'that they had a right to
speak ob.out what affcried theim Ha |
then cited the custom of fixing wages. |
He spoke of the manner in which the |
reduction had -?-'en made. He said
thai such things should not exist be?
cause better wages were 'being paid
outside than In the yard, lie said the
reduction atToctcd every one. He spoke
of what could be done with proper ef?
He believed in ocoinmy. but It should
be in its proper place, and when it en?
croached upon the poor man that it
should he frowned down. Ho spoke of
?the commandant of the yard and paid
him quite a compliment, and said he
did not believe that his sympathies
were with 'the cut. Ho said that in Now
York first class men received J3.52 a
day. Then why should not men whoso
?skill Is kjiown the World over and
who cannot bo excelled receive less?
Ho cited nn .illustration of how this I
yard had outstripped all other yards.
Then why should not our mechanics I
he paid the same a:; those elsewhere?
He nsked that the meeting take stich
action.as would request the Socrotnry
of the Navy to rate all yards alike,
and the -men would be satisfied. Ho
then said that the meeting was now
ready for business:
'Mr. YV. H. Fair lest was called on
and made fa, talk. Ho said that ho did
not cmie to make a speech, but to be
in sympathy with the meeting.
Ho then cited a similar meeting that
(ha had attended to keep wages from
?being cut two years ago, and how they
succeeded. Ho said that it was much
harder to get a thing altered after it
?had been done than It was to Intercept
it in the beginning. He thought tins
proper thing to do was to got down to
business, lie said that ho thought that
most of the members of 'the Labor
Hoard are young men, and that a num?
ber of them were living In the yard,
contrary -to 'the rules and regulations
of the Government.
He said that there were a. number of
things in the yard upon which economy
could be practiced belter than upon
the workingmen. Ho cited the passage
of the bill for iiaying workingmen <mi
holidays, and said that the intent of 4h?
? law was thai a man should be paid
for thorn, but. Secretary Herbert bad
seen lit to Issue an order that u man
must work eight 'hours prior to the
holiday, and upon this ground the ac?
tion had been taken. He said that the
Commandant said that he bad no ob?
jection 'to a telegram being sent to 'the
Secretary, requesting him not _to net
on the tinier until a committee of work?
ingmen could appear before him.
?lie said that,he told the Commandant
of the yard that he was ashamed : ?
think that Ma parity had taken such
action in reducing the worklngman's
Hon. YV. A. Y-oung. member of Con?
gress from this district, was called upon
and Bald that h;; was present foi the
purpose of offering his services lo the
workingmen of the yard. Ho would
have but.little .to sny. He. thought that
the action ' of the Labor Hoard was
wrong In cutting the men's pay. He
thought that every man, both union
and others in the threo cities, should
forward a pettltion to the Secretary
asking him to restore the pay back Ui
, where It helonged. Ho said that With
or without committee he would begin
*? on Friday to try to got the working
men's pay restored ito Its former price.
He had nothing to say about the Labor
Board. If they thought Ihcy had done
right he differed with them and that Is
all. Ho said speeches wore not what
was wanted, but action. Ho proposed
to have an interview with the Secretary
on Friday and ho asked the help of tin
Mj\ MIMalre then moved that the
meeting elect a committee to act in
conjunction with Hon. YV. A. Young In
Itho matter. It was seconded and
Oapt. John W. Happer, XV. H. Patr?
ices and John A. McDonald were nomi?
nated nfl the committee and elected.
Hon. YV. A. Young was requested to
appoint two men lo act with the. com?
mittee from Norfolk.
A motion was made that Berkley
have one member.
Mr. Fairloss thought that one man
from Portsmouth, one from Norfolk
and one from the county would bo suffi?
A motion was made 'that one be ap?
pointed from Portsmouth, one from
Norfolk, one from liorkley.
A motion was then made lo reconsid?
er the former action, which was
A vote was then taken on the mo
(Contlnucd on Sixth Page.)
Commander O. M. Book has been de?
tached from. the. navy yard, -Mare Is?
land, and ordered to ?command the
Mohloan. winch Is about to start on
a cruise nround the world from San
Francisco. Other officers nslgned to
the Mohican arc: Lieutenant J. D. Mc?
Donald, now on the St. Mary's: Lieu?
tenants H. iM. Dnmbnugh, M. L. Wood
nnd T. Porter, and Ensigns H. Laning,
O. E. Gehn ami C. J. Lang, now on the
The unexpired leaves of absence of
Lieutenant Commander N. E. Nlles. of
the Bureau of Equipment, and of Lieu?
tenant U. D. Tlsdale, of the Washing?
ton navy yard, have been revoked.
J. Dlrklnck has been appointed pay?
master's clerk on the Puritan,
The cruiser Montgomery, which Is
looking after filibusters along the Flor?
ida coast, arrived at Port Tampa yes?
The monitor Amphltrltc has arrived
at Port Royal for target practice with
the gunnery class.
?Assistant Naval Constructor R. B. j
Dnshie.ll has gone to Europe -to acquire
information for the Navy Department1
respecting the methods of gunfire prac?
ticed there on shipboard, with a view to'
the Improvement of that branch ofj
our own naval service.
OIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS.
The United Sta tes Civil Service Com-j
mission h-j.-i -ordered 'that 'ihe usual;
senil-^tnnuaO postomcc examinations 1
for 1898 be changed, The exact dates
for each service connot be fixed -it this
time, but It la safe to nay that all post-!
olllce examinations f.'r 'the spring will
be held between March 15 and April LT.,
?and you will advise all applicants to act
Applications for this examination
must 1)3 made on I". 6. Civil Service
Commission blanks No. 107. Such
blanks can be obtained from the under.I
signed. Applications will not be ic-j
copied unless on file in cqrrco! form
before the hour of cVtsing business on
March 1st, ISPS.
C. H. HERBERT.
DEATH OF A BRIGHT LITTLE HOY
Mention was made yesterday of
Mr. H. E. Orr and family being down
at their hcroe or Elllngham and F.iy
etle .streets, in Prertls Place with
dyfihthorla, and that Mr. Orr's old ??:
child, n boy named Charles Porter,
aged 0 years, was hot expected to live.
Yosti rdny the little one died nnd was
buried yesterday nfternoon in Cedar
Grove cemetery. 'J'ii ? little fellow was
an exceptionally bright Boy, and was
the pride of his par nts. Tile Vir?
ginian extends to Mr. Orr and his
good lady its Sympathie? in 'this their,
dark hour of affliction, an I h ??? :?? that
they, na well us their o ber child, may
soon be restored to health and happi?
'During the fire at Tischler* f?toro
Tuesday night Mr. \V. J. And -rton. n
member or the 1io,.k and ladder com?
pany, was assisting In opening the
front dear of tb(. ptore when a large
plate glass fell across his fiot, hurting
it quite badly. Mr. Anderton was suf?
fering much pain and could scircely
get around on it. Me suffered terribly,
throughout Tu'is.liy night.
Yesterday ?afternoon Mr. James Mum,
an employee of the Seaboard Air Line,
while air, work at the simps bad cue of
his lingers mashed off by stme carl
wheels falling on it. He was attended
by Dr. L. A. Blllsoly and sent to his
home on South street.
IN A DILEMMA.
?Mr. J. Davis Reed having recently re?
signed as chairman of the Finance com.
mit'.ee of ;ho Council, and Mr. A. B.
Butt having accepted the same tem?
porarily, nnd he, too, having resigned
the chairmanship, places t-he president
of the Council in a rather embarrassing
position to know juflt who to tender ;
the position to, no ?one seeming desirous
of having the pa me. Mr. King will
name some one at the next meeting ol i
THE S HATE MADE PP.
Knowing ones rfcy t!i.".: the slate for
the police force his already been made
tip when the amendments to the city
charter becomes a law.
Mr. Lloyd Hyslop. wiho Is a brother
in-law of Mr. C. T. Blind, has been
named for Cthicf oT police, and Mr.
Samuel T. Montague a member of the
Council, for lieutenant. No names
have been given out for policemen.
THE GREAT CLEATfclNG OUT SALE.
Tn this issue Mie New York Clothing
company announces thai their great
clearing Ottt sale of winter goods will
begin to-day. They say thai they will
offer the greatest bargains ever of?
fered In first class clothing In the
s iitth. For particulars see Ihelr ad.
Stop and look at their window. See
prices and you will be convinced that
what they say Is true.
A SN AT PI I THIEF (.'.A PTE RED.
George Davis, colored, was commu?
ted to the county Jail yesterday charg?
ed with having stolen ?H> from a man
named James Hanks, who was In the
act <>f betting a (nan on soriiethlhg
thait had been said. Davis, after grab?
bing the money, ran off as fast as he
could, 'but was captured by Constable
Ivey nnd was lodged In Jail.
OFF TO BE MARRIED.
Mr. John Johnson, a well known res?
ident of South Portsmouth, a'eeompa^
nled by his friend. Mr. Q, T. McLean
left last night for Baltimore, where
he will be married t?-day lo Miss
Minnie Ratchett, of that city. The
certimony will be performed by the
Rev; Mr. Wharton, of the Brnntly
RUN OVER BY A WAGON.
A Colored boy named Charlie Green,
who resides on County street extend?
ed, met with a Painful accident yes?
terday morning near Justice Ains
worth's office. He was si aling a rid"
behind the wason of Moses Johnson,
.when he managed lo fail under the
wheels boih legs being run over. They
were cut very badly.
OLD CHIItlSTM AS.
To-day !.-> known as old Christmas.
In the country it is generally observed
and a number keep It altogathcr. It Is
staid that at midnight to-nlghl the
rows fall down on their kite a and low,
I: Is the end of the holiday ge.lfton and
after to-day farmers begin work for
AFFAIRS IN GENERAL
Succint Statement of News Events. Strip
red of Much of the Details.
YESTERDAY'S NEWS BRIEFLY RECORDED
Minrl I'nmjt rnpll* Z'ttrsniuil mill
Olbrrnrlaa?Account* of r.rcitiN in
u-i eM I njj ?? Kvery Homier?'1'oplr.s
IHM'iiMHI-iI oil lllO NlrOOlM mill 111
oiiii-.i?, mill Home*.
^ estorday was n regular spring day.
The Hustings Court will bo in session
Oiil Dominion Liodge, I. O. O. F., will
Install olllcers to-night.
Ocean Council, Royal Arcanum, In?
stalled olllcers fast night.
The policemen do hot fool as comfort?
able ns they would like to.
The Portsmouth Gun Club will have
their regular shoaling match this after?
The School Hoard will hold their
reguar monthly incrtlng fo-morr?w
Mr. William Freeman, of Fredericks'
burg, :? visiting Mr. Jeter Kaufman, on
There was only one case In the
Mayor's Court yesterday, and that wus
There was quite a number of passen?
gers on the Baltimore boat.when she
came in yesterday.
Mr. Samuel Burroughs Is looking for
ids appointment ds*postmaster or this
city at most any time.
The police force was yesterday pre?
sented with a largo handsome calendar
by the Hay View company.
A will known citizen took a- pledge
Im 'ore Justice Nash yesterday not to
drink any niorc for twelve months,
Mr. J<din B. Thomas lias sufficiently
recovered from his recent sickness to be
able to sit up for awhile yesterday.
Mr. ft. 10. Clover, a number of the
c luncll from the Fourth Ward, is an
applicant for the position'of Harbor
Two colored boys, for stmllng brass
from the Seaboard Air bine, wore given
thirty days in Jail by Justice Ainsworth
yt .- t.-rday.
The Western Branch people are
using the new road altogether now. It
Is il decided improvement over whut
they have had.
There are a number of i eggars nf all
kinds of the streets. There Is an ordi?
nance forbidding t-h.e same, but It Is
openly violated each day.
The Portsmouth street railway
brought out their private car yesterday
for the first lime. It is painted white
and Is handsomely upholstered.
The entire stock In Tlschler's Ptore
v.-ts destroyed cdther by lire or water.
The damage to tlio building was not si
much and is covered by insurance.
The Norfolk County Road Commis?
sioners met yesterday and made their
report on the turnpikes, etc. Tt will
be turned over to the court when it
Mrs. ,T. <*;. Salisbury and daughters,
who have been visiting In Hamilton, N.
C. returned to their homo. In Park
View, yesterday, much pleased with
Dismal Swamp, on the line of the
Seaboard Air Bine. I.? said to bo nlivo
with robblns and cedar birds and a
number of hunters iye out daily en?
joying the sport.
A warrant was issued last night for
a white man In South Portsmouth by
a woman named Nettie Kenan, charg?
ing h'.m with an assault on her \vi:h
Intent t>> tl i bodily harm.
Captain Hnppcr, on account of sick?
ness, did not have the bill, offering the
amendments tri the city charter, rendy
for the Council Tuesday night, but he
will bo ready next Tin sday.
A nlimber of rock, or striped basis,
Weighing from six to eight pounds, arc
being caught daily by the likes which
are set on Iho Eastern Branch of the
Elisabeth river, above the navy yard.
There Is a large hole on the c'.ty side
? >f the Se tt's Greek bridge, anil unless
something is done to It soon the road
there will all go In the creek. A few
shells in time might save considerable
Three negroes?Clarence Butt, Buoin
da James and John Webb?were all
brought bef. ro Justice Ainsworth yes?
terday for lighting and using vulgar
and indecent language on the street
in the county.
The Italian fruit vendors who have
bent conducting business on Crawford
street and next to the ferry wharf have
nil old out; anil yesterday took the Sca
boatd Air Bine for Wilmington, N. C,
where they will in the future live.
A number of blacksmiths were fiir
loughed in the blacksmith shop of the
Construction 1 ?vtrtmcnt of the navy
yard last night for tin days. It is said
that they are now running behind about
SL'OO .per day and that a discharge will
An old colored woman who liven on
Third street, near the navy-yard's west
gate, made complaint that- a crowd Of
boys uro continually breaking oiit her
windows, etc. She was told to try anil
Und out some of Hi Ir nnmea and ihey;
would be arrested.
The new Police Commissioners will
qualify at once. II Is hardly probable
that a mooting will be held before the
regular February meeting, ns there Is
il. thing lo lie done, the old commission?
ers having transacted all the business
for iho month of January.
There will bo a meeting of ihe Holi?
ness association at the'Friends' church
on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. AH the
members and th iso interested in the
spread of Scriptural holiness arc re?
quested to bo present, ns there are mat?
ters "f Importance to discuss and also
election <>f officers for the ensuing
? CHRISTMAS TREK.
The children eonected with Central
M. 10. Sunday seh k>1 will be given a
Christmas tree to-nlg-hl in the basement
of r,jie church. A most excellent pro.
gramme h is been arranged for the ? ?
eaaton. No one will be admitted with?
out a ticket.
MICKTTNC. OF KTONKWABT, CAM P.
Stonewall Camp, C. V? me; list night
and transacted the usual routine bu--;
n.i-s. They decided to change the time
of in.'eiing from Wednesday i > Friday
night. Qbl, w. il. Stewart will ?I :i\
a lecture before them on the thir l Fri?
day night in :h:.-> month.
PORTSMOUTHJVDV'S._PORTSMOUTH ADV'S. _
Reduction in Ladies Handkerchiefs
Mc. Quulltv for 37c; 10c Quulity for 3 2c; 35c. Quullty for 27c: 25c Quality
for 21c; 20?. Duality for 15c
1 havo tlio liest 10c ami 121fco. Childs' IIohu in iho city.
EMMETT DEANS. ^r^'s^ca'^h01
PH?RM?CEUTIC?L ANNOUNCEMENT Y
On or about January 5tb, 1 ?ball open a llrst class, up-to-date, completely slock?
ed, wholesale und retall diu? store In the corner store of the l'ythlun Castle, cor?
ner Court ami County streets, which shul I bo under my personal supervision. I
huve also secured the services of Mr. l'. J, Hudson, of l.uruy, Va.. a thoroughly
competent pharmacist, registered In Virginia und of the National College of Phar?
macy, who will tnko charge of my Green street store.
JEROME P. CARR, Pharmacist;
Corner Court and County and Green, near Hurt street. Call und get one of our
beautiful '98 Calendars.
LOST? Lewcllyh Sutler Dog. Answers
lo name of ?'STOP." Rewind It loft in
_3!l llie.h sir,,;. I'ortsinoutli. Ja?-u'
FOR SALE.-Property 311 Third street:
I urge house, lot 45x120, This Rood chance
to scctiro a home In nice location. Ap?
ply to L. M. PALMER; 311 Hnttou
street, Pnrk View. Ju2-iw
Will sell Tor cash n well located small
grocery business; storo house for rent :it
very reasonable terms. Apply to
J, H. cozz1n ft CO.,
Corner Cooke and Locklo streets,
ju5-2t_ Park View. Portsmouth, Vn.
KOlt RENT.?No. 211 Crawford street. 7
rooms nnd kit, hen: bath, (hoi and cold),
fireplace heater, range, Kits, city sewer?
age; everythlllK modern, J200 per year.
No. 212 Crawford street, f> rooms ami
kitchen, hath, sewerage, gas, excellent
condition. Either house within two
minutes' walk of the ferry, yet In best
resldi mini section or the city. Apply
JNO. L WATSON, 800 High street.
The firm of Eorebco Sr. Shannon Is dls
solved by mutual consent December 31,
lS'.'T. Mrs. W. c. Shannon retiring. Ilen
Jaiolii K. Fcrfcbcc will hereafter In ills
own name and account conduct the lius
lr at tho <.lit stand. No. lim*, and G32
i--*.ih sir" i win re he will keep constantly
oil hand a full line of goods, and respect?
fully solicits a continuance of patronage.
Jal-51 it. E. PEREBHE.
NEW SHOP! NEW FIRM!
New style Cnrlngoa, Buggies, Wagons,
Carls, etc., manufactured and repaired.
Our painting a specialty.
Owens & Parker,
con. south and prentis sts.
By John c. Nlcmeycr, Auctioneer.
IN THE CITY OP PORTSMOUTH.
I INDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A POW
t-Jer given to me under the sixth clause of
the will of John C. Hyslop, I shall, as
trustee. Otter for sale lit public auction
at 12 o'clock m.,
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11. 1S0S,
Before tho courthouse of Ilia City of
Portsmouth, the following dcscrllnd prop
I ci ty, lo-wlt: '
1. That certain house and lot
situated on the southeast corner of Sec
I ond and V.'ythe street, fronting 2s feet
I on Second street, Willi a depth or 12") fee;
on Wylhe street.
2. that CERTAIN HOUSE and LOT
described as follows: Beginning on Ccoh's
lam- (now .Wright Btreot) 100 feet north
from the Intersection with Henry street;
thence running west so fi el: thence north?
wardly 2>) feel; tliei.astwirdly SO feet:
thenci? southwardly 20 feel lo the point of
3. THAT CERTAIN HOUSE AND LOT
described n? follows: I legin Mi:c on tin
cast side of Fifth Btreet nt ? print 100
feet north from the Intersection of Hen?
ry nnd Fifth streets, fronting 20 foet,
more or loss, on Fifth street, with a depth
of SO feet, more or less.
LEONARD HYSLOP, Trustee.
john C. NI EM EVER, Auctioneer.
NAVY YARD NOTES.
Admiral Slcard. of the North Atlantic
squadron, arrive 1 at 'She yard yester?
day afternoon at 2:30 on the ptevmer
Fern to pay an Olllclnl visit lo Commo?
dore Farqifhar. He was given the cus?
I One hundred men In the Construrtlon
department were furloug'hcd yestcwday
I for ten days for want of fund-'.
No one Ir.is been appointed to fill the
I vacancy existing In the medical depart
men; ..r the yard caused by the death
J of the late H. E. C.ison. An apothecary
j from the Niaval Hospital Is acting until
an appointment can be made.
A MEETING CALLED.
A joint riioi ting of the c ommitte from
tihe city board of trade and the three
citizens \\ have been appointed in
connection with the r.:li r two commit?
tees to ?. occed to Washington t<> try
and secure a public building for this
city, Inas been called t c meel this after?
noon a: the board of trade at 5 o'clock
for purpose of mapping out a plan
of neiion and securing data to work
on. All members are respectfully re
f|Ui 1 : i be on hand promptly a; the
hour as It is essential that some action
shall be taken without delay.
DEEP GREEK ODD FELLOWS.
Deep Creek Lodge of Odd Fellows
installi tl lip' following Oilicers Tues?
day: Noble Grand, s. \y. Gary; Vice
Grand, J. Fi Culprpper; Recording
Scribe. W. T. Parker; Permanent
Scribe; .J. P. Dill; Treasurer, James
Culpc-pp'er; Chaplain, C. R. Evans. Af?
ter the Installation r freshmen Is were
served to all present.
The sloop Three Brothers, owned by
Nelson Harrell, of this" place, sprung
n biik yesterday morning between Gil
mcrton Locks ami the navy yard and
sunk. She was lowed to Wainwrighfs!
.oyster .house wharf, at the foot of Mid?
dle ?tretet, by the tug Caroline. |
ne It VOX's TROUBLES all kinds cured
with ANIMAL EXTRACTS. Free boot;
tells hew. WASHINGTON CHEMICAL
CO.. Washington, d. C.
a llnrgHln tor lstis.
Cloaks and Capes and Pea'her Boas
at hair price. a. j. Phillips, No. 302
High street under Oxford Hall.
Napoleon Caps, blue, green ami red
Hoys" Kid xOyes, Handkerchiefs and
Neckwe.tr Chat lea R. Welt?n ,<t Co.
Silver-Trimmed Canes and Umbrellas
Charles R. Welt?n ft Co.
Bonds issued to administrators, guar?
dians, collectors, cashiers and others
occupying positions of trust: also to re?
sponsible contractors at reasonable
rates. JOHN L. WATSON!
?Tho stock of Hutu, Caps, Umbrellas;
Cnuca etc., at "01 High street, (formerly
\V. H. Vlrliolson ,<fc Co.), will bo sold at
cost for tlio ensuing thirty days. Cred?
itors who have not tiled claims with trus.
too win please do so.
A. B. WARNER.
Trustee for W. 15. Virnotson & Co.
By John C. Nlomoyer, Auctioneer.
Finest Building Lots
At Auction I
Wilili SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
hefore i he courthouse door of Ports?
mouth, at It: o'clock in.,
MONDAY, JANUARY 10. 1808,
'I hose splendidly situated building lots
on Nvrth t'oiui sir. Norlli Dlnwlddlo
street and a houlvovard fronting the 1511s
There are six lots eaeli fronting P,0 feel
on Court street with n depth of 113 feel,
more or less, lo an alloy lo feel wide.
Five tola each fronting 30 feet on Dln
whhlie slreol, running hnck 110 feet, more
Or less to II lu-foul alley.
h'our lots fronting the water on a bouli -
yard extending fiotn Court lo Dluwiddlc
Three lots on said boulvcvard S9 feel,
nail one lot :io fbeti all having u depth or
I fit! feel, more ur loss, lo an alley UJ feel
Terms? One-third cash, hnlnuco la one
and two years, dl awing I) per eellli Inter?
est, and deferred payments to be secured
by deed of trust on the property nl the
expense of the purchaser. The pureluisei
may pay all of the purchase money in
easii or anticipate any of tho deferred
A pint of the property may lie seen nl
the ofllee of Die auctioneer. No. WO. High
street, where any Information desired
may ho rocolvi d,
i JOHN C. N1EMEYER, Auctioneer.
By John C, Nlcmoyer, Auctioneer.
I Wild. BELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
I at It! o'clock m.,
SATURDAY, JAN. S, lS'JS,
THAT VERY DESIRABLE RE8I
DENC15 PROPERTY, No, n:i North
Dlnwlddlo Street, front.ng ':s feet 0 Inde s
on Dlnwlddlo street, with a depth of MO
feet to an alley 10 fo< i wide, and num?
bered Ifi on I he plat of the Waverly River
The liotisu was Iniilt by John E. West
three years ago, of tho lu st material, re?
painted this summer, has eight rooms, lin?
ed closets, bathroom, hot and cold water,
gas, sewerage, healers, range, marble
mantels, etc. Always has good tenant,
and Is a splendid opportunity for persons
wishing to purchase a home.
Terms?Oud-half cash, balanco In one
and two years.
JOHN C. N1I5MEYER, Auctioneer.
? AT ?
26 acres covered with warehouses, 20
miles of yard and switch tracks, large
cotton compress, over 2'Mi dwellings and
stoics, over a mile of river front devel?
oped, electric cars Introduced, electric
lights put up, bell line established, with
large yard, piers and warehouses, con?
necting all roads now entering the port,
and two hotels erected, Ail this has heen
done In less than two years, and the
place Is yet In Its Infancy.
No place In the entire United Stales
to-day offers opportunities equal to those
of Pinner's Point,
No effrrt has been nindo at a boom,
and real estate Is consequently selling at
a very low price Indeed, compared with
prices at Other points not having orie
tenth of Its advantages.
HulldlhgS are going up nil around, and
arc readily rented at prices paying from
; 12 tier cent, to IS per cent. Now Is the
Hum to invest, ns prices will toon be In?
Lots sold on easy payments. For prices,
terms, etc., enquire of
John L. Watson,
Or Peal K.stnln Agents of Portsmouth
and pinner's Point. dell-lm
Tbla olllce Is prominently located, and
secures the lirst call from persons desir?
ing to rent houses, thus getting tho best
We also make larger returns than any
other agency, and will siiimil: copies of
1 reports for the past fourteen years to
prove Ibis assertion.
( Place your rent roll whero you will
got the largest return.
JOHN f.. WATSON.
Of what I have. DRY SHELTERED
PINE WOOD a specially. Tho best of
HARD WOOD. Also. CLEAN COAL.
Phono Ms. Yard 1,213 Washington St.
H. B. WILKIN5
I Cldthing, Men's Furnish^
| ings and Hats.
See Window for the Greatest Bargains Ever Offered In
Fine Clothing in the South.
M EN'S OVERCOAT8.
Well made Molton Ovcreouls, from 31
lo 40: worth 80,00, now, 83.se.
Tailor miKlo Kerseys, young mcn'n
sizes, also stouts: worth $10.CO,i now. 8?.9X
Men's Custom tmido Kersey and Beaver
Overcoats: In light nnd dark colors; worth
$18.00 and 820.00, now 812.40.
Men's storm Ulster's, well made; worth
$<:.W, now. *:t.!iU.
Better quality; worth $10.00, now 8G.10.
Men's Extra Heavy Genuine Irish
Frieze; w. rill $11.00, HOW. $8.90.
Men'a Custom made Irish Frieze, with
heavy hsthrncliah collars and cufCu;
worth 830.00, now, 812.40.
Men's All Wool Kults that were 87.50,
$8.00 and $8.60, now, 85.00.
Men's All Wool Suits, fully ns good
as those shown elsewhero at 812.00 and
114.00, now 87.UO.
And the greatest bargain of all, the
handsome, line thai word 812.00, 813.00 and
814.00, 'now, $S.*0.
Those thai were 81.GO and 81.75, now 81.23.
Eanev Worsted ami Cheviots thai were
82 B0 and 83.00, now $1.98.
Finest quality that uro worth 81.00,
81.60 und J5.no now 83.IS.
HOYS' AND CIHHDHEN'S SU1T8.
All our Hoys' Long Hants Suits reduced
to two prices.
All Suits from jr>.oo to 80.60, now $3.90.
All Suits from $7.00 to $10.00, HOW J5.E0.
Boys' Knee rants Suits that were 12.60,
83.t>0 and 83.60, now $1.75.
Childs' Vcsi.e Suits, that were $150 to
$3.60, new $1.76.
fhllds' Suits from 3 to 7 years old thai
were 82.1?), now $1.36.
Hoys/ Iteefers, worth 82.60, now $1.30.
Hoys' Iteefers. drop collar, from ti to 16
year's; worth 83.60, now 81 .S3.
Youths' Ulsters, from 13 lo I? years;
worth 8ii.H0. now 83.SO.
Big cut In Knee I'ania.
Derby Itlbhed Bttlbrlggan. heavy wclghi.?
and luavy w.ight merinos, all colors,
worth :7v. and 75r., now 3.1c.
Men's Canton Ehtnnel Draw'oro; worth '
G0c, now 59c. ? ? -it;: ???j.}
Men's Wool Itlbhed, glove lifting; worth '?
$1.0?. now 89c. ' ?;
Men's Enncy and Natural Colors, alp
wool; worth f|.2.\ now SSo.
The fatnoii? Clastenbura Pure Iambs' "
Wo-|, s iici,- nud double breasted; worth
82.iw, now $1.25.
Pure Slllt, plush lined; worth $2.00-and/.
82.60, now $i.3u.
Imported Sill: and Pure Wool, Donluun
Rlbbid; worth 83.00, now $1.89. ? ? :
FANCY 1IOSOM SHIRTS.
Colored Bosom; worth BOo., now 29a 'A
Colored llosoiu; worth 75c., now.&Oc. . i
Woven Madras Bosom, the very llnest
quality; worth Ji.en and 81.00, now S9c.
White Shirts, laundered and unlaunder* ?
cd, 48c, and upward.
Men's Heavy Dogskin Wnlklng Gloves,
were 7,'ie.. now GOc.
Men's t-'uie Kid, lined and. unHncdj
worth $1.2? ami $1.6". now 93c!. ? . ?
Tecks. Puffs and Four-in-hands; ,? were
50e.. HOW 2r.e.
Tb s and Rows, were 25c., now 13c.
Men's Heavy Ralhrlggnn. in black and
tun; worth 15c., now Sc.?3 for 25c.
Excellent quality, black and tan, 15c. a
iwv'r, or 2 for 25c.
The fatuous Sliuwknlt Hosiery, In os
blood, navy, gray, mixed and black; 25a
Elm st t.uullty All Wool Hose, In tan,
natural and liluck; worth 35c, now 23c,
All shapes lhat were $1.25 and $1.60, now.
Our diaranteo Hats; worth C2.00 and
$3.?0, now $1.60.
214 High Street, Portsmouth, Ua.
Here We Are, Overstocked with 0
And Tailor=Made at That.
Fit?don't say a word?fit to perfection; sewed never to
rip, and prices never lower.
Our line quality, well-tailored Covert Cloth Top Coat,
that others are selling for #12.50; our price, $8.98.
An All Wool Black and Blue Kersey Overcoat, #6.98,
guaranteed fast color.
Men's All Wool Suits, single and double-breasted, $4.50
Boys' All Wool Suits, single and .double-breasted, in
plaids, stripes, and plain cheviots, sizes from 15 to 19, #4.00
Our merchant tailoring department is complete in every
SGE A. BRANDT gg
S1*5 High Street,
;tly oime-price-for cash oinjl_v.
By the Wayside
Cannot help you to a proper selection o3
a bicycle best fitted to your particular
needs. Different riders have different
fads and prejudices and the only person,
competent to give advice is the unbiassed
dealer. Wo will sell you only what you
want or tell you why wo cannot suit you.
J!f|2ID Coll and sec our new
?'98 Model Wheels at $30.
TI ?lSIlS BO!
Of Holiday buyers is upon us, and If you
want the Hue delicacies for your table' do
not put it off until the last moment, as
we will be unablo to give you the time
and attention lhat you will desire.
Wo have In stock the finest varieties
of Mixed Nuts. Ha sins, Citron, Currants,
Malaga Crapes, etc., 'that can be bought.
We also call your attention to our Royal
Scarlet brand of Canned Goods, which
are ns line as can bu packed. Your Xm-aa
dinner will not be complete without somo
..f these goods on your table. Don't for?
mt our Vermont Creamery Butter; It's
fine as can bo had.
R?TH PHONES 13I0.
C. W. HUDGINS & CO.
802 Crawford Street
WM. G. PARKER.
JOS. T. PARKER.
-WE HAVE A FULL STOCK OF
^-?as2^\A/. St U. RARKER
70t CRAWFORD STREET. CORNER COUNTY.
I am now prepared
to fill orders for all
?Inda of .
JO ?S. PARKBK, 711 Cmwi
AT LOWEST MA