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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL. NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
Such a marvelous selling of High Grade Merchandise
never before known in this vicinity. Prices cut regardless of
cost. The items below will interest you. We will be glad
to have you call whether you wish to purchase or not.
Bargains in Men's Clothing.
Double-breasted Blue. Ser^o Coats
Worth $0.00, $2.9S.
Men's I/ncn Crash Suits, all sizes,
worth $4.50. $1.30.
The Ftandnrd Blue Sert-e, wortli $13.50,
to go at $7.feS.
Any of $G, $7 and $s Men's Suits, to ru
at J4.W. ?
Anv of our ?12, $13.:,0 and $15.00 M<
Men's Pants. In tho latest plaid effects,
worth i:.:J> and 5::.:.J. $UB,
Men's Pants, In all ivitle
WCI-th $1. M.50 and $5, $2.98.
Men's Mohair Finish Ofllcc Coals, worin
Boys' Long Pant ' Suits, worth $4.:0 and
6.i0. your piek, 83.98.
Bovs' Long Pants Suits, sizes IS to P.'.
wortli $5 and $6, to ro a I ?3.98.
Beys' Lone; Pants Suits, worth IS to
812.50. your pick 5 .. is.
Bargains in the Giiildren's
Children's P.e. for Suits, ages 3 to 8.
? $J and ?2.50, ?1.29.
Children's Suits, ages 4 to 14, worth 83
ii:d ?3.50, $1.98.
Knee Pant.-, a few odd sizes, worth
Sc. and Sic., 13c.
ns in th-8- M-cn's Fur
Men's India Gat
Men's .Iran Drawers, pearl buttons,
douhh ftlcth i and "
Men's Jean Drawers, worth 35c., reduced
White Linen Finish Handkerchiefs, sold
everywhere for 20c., rcdu < d lo lie.
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS f
AT ALMOST HHLF PRICE,
,$3.98 for Men's Suits wortli $6.00
$5 00 for Men's Suits worth $3.50
$7.50 for Men's Suits worth $12
$10 for Men's Suits worth $15
$1.93 for Boys' Suits worth $3.50
$2.98 for Boys' Suits worth $5
The Mew York Clothing So.,
214 HIGH ST., PORTSMOUTH, VA.
CONSIDERABLE MONEY has been made at Pinner's Point within
the last three years, and now that MONEY PANICS and WAIv'S are ended
these profits will be more than doubled within the next two years,
If you have money to invest PINNER'S POINT is the place to put it,
cither from a speculative view or interest be.uin% basis.
We began when Pinner's Point began, and can consequently put you
on the ground floor as to co.it of property here.
Our collecting department is handling nine-tenths of the rental business
in this section, and all of the property we have in charge is paying well.
Our references as to promptness, management and financial responsi?
bility arc second to none.
A FEW SPECIAL BARGAINS TO OFFER QUICK BUYERS
Average sales, Six Thousand Dollars cer month for three years.
uvm a a
Real Estate, Rents and Loans.
Phone 1373. Pinner's Point, Va
Agent for the Pinner's Point Land Companies.
To lose from 10 to 10 per cent, on your purchase of drills? Well, this 's what
you are doln? when you fall to buy your driiKs from ('AUK'S S'ri.'l.i' P. .1 th
followlng price list, which quotes only a few articles of our largo sto k of Drugs
and Patent Medicines: Pinkham's Compound, Tie. Value's Celerj Com und !8c.
Green's Nervura. 7C-c. Hood's Santaparllla, 7oc. Browns' Ii n Bittet 1 ? llo<
tetter's Bitters, 7Ec, Syrup Pigs, 40e. Horsferd's Ac d Phosphate Slocum'a
Pyschlns Tonic, 82.75. Oxomulslon, SSc. Castorla, 25c. Soothing 3yrup 20c Cephal
glne, 20c. Allcoek's Porous Plaster.--., loc. Belladonna Plasters loc Carter's Pill''
K>o. Pierce's Pellets, 15c. V'.n Marianl. 81.00. Fellow's Syrup $100 Carr's ('-t:
roslvo Sublimate Knock-Out Drops, a dead sure killer of Bed Bugs, With brush, 25c
JEROriE P. CARR.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRUGGISTS, Court St. and Green St.
AMBROSIA BLCSH. 5c_PINEAPPLE SNOW. Sc.
This is The Weather You Need Hammotks.
WE HAVE THEM FROM 75c. UP.
224 HIGH STREET.
ST. JOSEPH S COMMENCEMENT.
Sweet Girl Graduates Overwhelmed
With Beautiful Flowers.
Elks' Hall was crowded yesterday
afternoon with the friends of St. Jos?
eph's Academy, who came to witness
the closing- exercises of this now
famous institution of learning, conduct?
ed by the Sisters of Charity- From
the opening hymn, Gounod's beautiful
'.'Praise Ye the I/ord." to the closing
number the entertainment gave abund?
ant evidence of the careful and sys?
tematic training which the scholars had
received at St. Joseph's. The graduat?
ing; class was comooscd of the follow?
ing young ladies: Miss Teresa O.
O'Connor, Miss Claudtna Crngln, Miss
Virginia M. Shea and Miss Mary O.
Sullivan. These young ladies were
literally overwhelmed with flowers and
presents from admiring friends, and
congratulations were deservedly show?
ered upon them. The following num?
bers were exquisitely rendered and
frequent applause punctuated the per?
Piano Duett?"Entrance March".Sousa
Misses M. McHugh, M. Irwin.
Opening Hymn ? "Praise Ye the
Lord" . Gounod
Piano Trio?"Pas Redouble" .
. L Stcabbog
Misses M Ryan, M. Piedmont. N. Al?
bert, J. Reunion. M. Miskill, E.
"Mrs. June's Prospectus"..Lit tie Boys
"Oriental! Waltz" . L ('. van
Piano, Miss Margaret McHugh; First
Mandolins. Misses C. Tynan. M.
Lowers, M. Sullivan, M. Nic
meyer; Second Mandol ns,
Misses C. Crngln, A. Cal
asunti, M. Roan, Gui?
tar. Miss j. Fan
"Marionettes' Dance". Minims
Piano Trio?"Enchanting Polka"...
. P. Koll?r
Misses M. Mulvcy, M. Ryan, M. Lynch,
M. Curran, l. Lynch. E. Richards.
Piano Duett ? "Cccellan Grand
March" . Sep. Winner
Misses M. Martin. M. McMahon, C.
Irwin, U. Sullivan.
"In Our Blessed Mother's Keeplne;"
Intermediate Eh cution . Class
"Valsc Ellfe" . C. Drumhcller
Pianos, Misses J. Fontnne, it. Tynan,
L. Porter, M. Curran, M. Flood,
. Primary El icutlon Class
"Sweet VOWS Walts".Otto Rocdei
Pianos, Misses M. Sullivan. (1. O'Con?
nor. '< Carey. M Roan.
"With th.. Tide"_Senior Vocal Class
"Independence Bell" .
. Junior Elocution Class
"Liberty Bell March" . Sousa
Guitars, Misses Margaret McHugh. J.
Fantone; Flrfei Mandolins, Misses
C. T: nan, M. Howes. M. Sulli?
van. M. Nlemoyeri Second
Mandolins, Misses C.
Cragln, A. Calaa
antl, M. Roan.
"Silver stars Mazurka" . B?hm
Misses a. Schools, Pace, I.. Joyce,
Attitudes . Clnss of Expression
"Paradise and the Peri".T. Moore
"Uncle John's Farm".
.lunior Vocal Class
I "II Trovatore" . Carl Stdua
! Pia it* is. Misses M. Nlemeyer, J. Fan
tone. Margaret Sullivan, a. Calas
After which curie the Academic
honors, the drama of "My Aunt's
Heiress" b.-in:r transferred to the end
of the program.
The Slsti rs are indebted to Miss
Maggie M. Hugh und Miss Mary Irwin,
who presided at the piano; Prof,
s. hnenclts, violinist: Mis>- Fames, the
efllcieni ami talented tendier of elocu?
tion; Miss Mary Guthrie, Mr. Foster,
of the Stleff Piano Company, for oour
ti sles extbnded, and to Mr. j. Gr iT
Edwards, who managed the stage ef?
fects. 'i'hi? exercises throughout were
in keeping with the excellent reputation
enjoyed by St. Joseph's, mid the teach?
ers are to bo congratulated on their
MAYOR WRIGHT'S DISCOVERY.
For years the tobacco manufacturer's
of tiie country have been annoyed by
what Is known as the "tobacco bug."
nnd they have made every effort p issl
i?'?? t.- checkmate these destroyers in
their inroads Into the profits of the
Xo matter how well the manufactur?
ed article may be protected with ex
?llent boxing and careful packing;
these littl>-- destroyers will, in spite of
..II the precaution, pet In their destruc?
tive work, and make useless and un
salable thousands upon thousand
pounds of tobacco annually.
A Portsmouth man in the person ot
Mayor James K. M. Wright, whose
taither math- famous the Durham smok?
ing tobacco by Its flavoring, has at
last solved this groat question by dis?
covering u "liquid that will, he says,
anil iii' has given it it long and severe
lest, pevent, by its use. the gt .it an?
noyance and loss which the tobacco
manufacturers have been subjected to
by reason of these little bugs.
Kp firmly convinced is Mayor Wright,
thai he has Just what lias been so long
heeded in that direction, and so abso?
lutely sure is he. that It will do its
work quickly and effectually, thai he
has agreed to allow any and all repu?
table manufacturers of tobacco to test
it for themselves, lie calls it "Wrlghlt's
Tobacco Pug Destroyer." and "If It
will do what ils discoverer is positive it
will do, a large fortune awaits Mayor
Wright, said a well known dealer yes?
LATKST NAVAL NEWS.
Assistant Engineer D. K. McMorrls.
detached front the Philadelphia and or?
dered to the Albatross.
Surgeon C. 05. Ilerndon, ord -red home
to await orders,
Commander C. R. Roelker, ordered to
additional duty with the Pish Com
Chaplain C. II. Parks, detached from
the Essex and ordered home.
Chaplain R. E. Steele, detached from
the Essex and ordered home.
Chaplain R. E. Steele, detached from
the New York navy yard and ordered
to the Essex.
Naval Cadet D. S. Mahony, detached
from the Albatross and ordered to the
There naval officers have been pro?
moted to the grade of Lieutenant ?Ju?
H. E. Smith, O. W. Laws, G. C. Day,
L. McNamee. C. L. Hussey, J. R, y.
Blakely, c. T. Jewell, <:. C. Davids in,
P. L. Sawyer, L. s. Thompson, C, B.
Price, D. E. Dlsmukes, J. K. R iblnson
J. Ii. Rowen, M. E. l; el. li. p. .:ald
tvell, T. j. Senn. p. B. Bierer, W. H.
McGrann. 11. G. Macfarland, C. P.
Preston, R. II. Leigh, a. Althousc, w.
D. Bortherton, J. p. Carter, D. V. II.
Allen. T. s. Wilson, ?. It. Blssett, R.
D. Hasbrouck, Yates Stirling, Jr.. p. a.
Traut. V. P.. Payne, R. K. Crank and
You have to do on a
Get our prices on Bicycle.;
and Sporting Goods.
W. N. White,
OO-O OOO ooO <0>O<fr 0<JV?? v
o> 0><9-0 *>'?<> OO-O
IS F?ll L?13 81 L33i33' Y2l7Bt SMl LeaQM BfltS,
From flOc. to 25c.
R SHADES OF BELTING, REGULAR 150. QUALITY TO BE SOLD FOR Cc.
BPECIAL VAI?UE IN LADIES' LTSL E HOSE FOR 23c.
23 OF LAST W K KIT'S SPECIAL UM 13 KELLAS Tu IIB CLOSED Ol.'T AT 33c.
EACH. CALL EARLY AND SECURE O NE.
A LINE <>;?' MEN'S FANCY 14 1IOSB AT 12' <\
INFANTS' MERINO BAND AN D CA UZE SHIRTS FROM ?c. TO 23c.
ALSO THE BEST 10c. LADIES' VEST IN TUB CITY.
Terms Cash. 320 High Street,
THE BEST MADE_ -
(W. St J. PARKER'S)
IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT TRY IT.
On Saturday, June 24th, 1899.
SNELLING'S PHARMACY. 570 Church Street, ROBT. F. HOLMES. 196 M.iin Street,
J. M. F. TROTTER, 388 Main Street, WALLACE & MOORE, Granny and Charlotte Streets,
WALLACE & CO., Berkley, JEROME P. CARK, Portsmouth,
DR. A. W. ELEY, Suffolk.
Have made arrangements with the JOHNSON LABORATORIES of Philadelphia,
whereby they are enabled to give five to eveiy adult, a sample package of this
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NOW IS THE TIME TO TEST THESE WONDERFUL LITTLE LIVER REGULATORS FREE,
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25 Tablets, 10c. 70 Tablets. 25c. 150 Tablets, 50c.
Eg?" Come in and get a FREE PACKAGE. You are Welcome.
..Ii:. WILLIAM STB\VART~wTJN:
The bovs lined up for the shoot for
the W. N. White silver cup yesterday,
and there was Mood In their eyes. Tin'
cup is something handsome, and who?
ever wins it must shoot well. Indeed.
Mr. William Stewart was the winner at
yesterday's shoot, making a seme of 41
out <.f 50. The following was the general
result: Harris. ::<: Redd, 36; Blllsoly. SI:
Crammer, .36; Pierce, 27: Stewart, 41:
Gallagher, 86; M?bney, 28; Butt. US:
Mules, -': Byrd, 26; Cleaves. IS: White.
The club will have a large Rh of
July shoot, under the management of
W. N*. White, ami all of the local sports
OT.P POINT AND CAPES TO-NIGHT.
Y. M. C. A. moonlight to-hlght, Is the
watchword for T. M. C. A. boys and
their friend.- to-day. The beautiful and
commodious steamer Pocahontas will
l. avc her Portsmouth wharf, at the foot
of High street, at 7:30 o'clock this even?
ing, and the Southern Railway wharf,
Norfolk, at 7:45. The committee In
charge have done everything possible
to make the evening enjoyable. Besides
the delightful water trip, the musical
program will be worth the price of
tickets. Arrangements have been made
with lb-' street <v.r companies to make
ample provision for the crowd on their
return. Stops will be made at Old Point
going ami returning.
SENATOR MARTIN KNDOKSF.D.
The John W. Daniel Club of the
Fourth Ward had a largely attended
mooting last night. There was much
important business transacted, among
which was the adoption of a resolu?
tion endorsing Senator Thomas S. Mar?
tin for the United States Senate to suc?
ceed himself as the junior Senator
from Virginia- The resolution was
unanimously adopted, and speeches
contending Senator Mnhtln's < ourse
were made, and they were received with
The club nlso concluded to support
no one for the Legislature who was
opposed to Senator Martin's re-flection.
PROPERTY CHANGING HANDS.
Isabel Beale to Mary F.. Brooks, one- |
third Interest In lot near Scott's Creek;
Barton Myers and others to Norfolk
Water Front Development Company,
lot No. 15, In block 142, Lambert'e
Point; $125; county.
George B, Wood and wife to ,T. ,T.
.Tom s, four acres of land In Butte Road
district; $100: county.
Joseph L James and others to Hun?
ter B. Galnor, lot 15, block 2, Provi?
dence Grove; $90; county.
SAB AT 11 DESECRATION.
The following query from the "Truth
Seeker" fully explains Itself:
Portsmouth. V:u, June 23. 1S33.
Mr. Editor:?Kindly give this in?
quiry place in the Forum of your most
"Will either of Kite reverend gentle?
men who spofke on 'Sabbath Desecra?
tion" last Sunday please inform the
writer by what authority they call
Sunday the Sabbath'.'"
DEATH OF MRS. DUPFF.K.
Mrs. Sallie Duffee. wife of Jesse L.
Duffee, died yesterday afternoon at the
residence of her husband, In Cot tag.'
Place, corner of High and Rose streets,
In the 22d year of her age.
Mrs. Duffee is a daughter of the late
George and Sarla Myrtle. She was a
member of the Calvary Baptist Church,
from which place the funeral will take
place this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The deceased lady was dearly be
loved by tl wide circle of acquaintances,
and her Ii n se has cosAe gloom over
the entile community ln^rhlch she re?
THEY DIVIDED HONORS.
The two games of ball which we?
played at S. A. L. Park yesterday be?
te.-, (en the Atlantic City team and the
"D ng Pats" of Portsmouth, resulted in
each winning a game.
The first game, owing to the Inability
of the Ding Pats t.> hit the baJl. was
won by the Atlantic Citys. Score, S to 2.
The second game was won by the
Ding Pats?S to 6.
Keller In ?Ix Hon r?.
Distressing Kidney and BUMbr dis?
ease relieved In six hours by "New
Great South Ametican Kidney Cure."
It Is a great surprise on account of Its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back. In male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want
quick relief and cure this Is the rem?
edy. Sold by Walke St Martin, drug?
gists, 10S Water street, Norfolk, Va?
Last evening' at s o'clock Odd Fal?
lows' Hall In South Norfolk was well
lilted with people, the occasion being
the commencement exercises of the
South Norfolk graded school. The boys
and girls, attired in becoming cos
tumes, with facts bright and hearts
glad, because of the event, made a de?
cidedly pretty picture. Bach little boy
and girl performed their respective
parts well, and reflected much credit
upon their teachers. This year the
school was under the direction of Miss
It. It. Wright, assisted by Misses Blanch
Harry and Nancy Shafcr, and was per?
haps the most successful year in the
history of the school. The school bttild
iiUTs: have been enlarged and Improved
in many respects, and the trustees are
making preparations to establish nnd
maintain an effective system through?
out the county.
Palling Chorus, by the school; recita?
tion. Mi.<s Mattie Jones; duct. Misses
Adams and MoLeroy; Mother Goose,
Ball Hall; Home of Liberty, school:
tjneen of the Fairies; Boat Song; Scarf
Prill: good-night, by the school.
Senior Department ?Mattie Jones,
Intermediate Department?Bertha Gl
rond, scholarship; Othie Shopman, at?
Primary Department?Pansy Dean,
scholarship, and a handsome gold ring
from her parents fO? deportment.
few and far between.
The striking girls stood In groups on
Twenty-sixth street for hours this
morning and g< ntly cheered as there
were accessions to their rank*. There
was no disorder, however. :?nd no dem?
onstration disagreeable to the man?
agers of the factory was made.
The throe clergymen drew tin fr>r the
?rirl.-i and presented to Mr. Whlttdck tho
following statement or grievances:
in- ) "The rules arc of such a. character
ent I that work as wo will, at the present
of! rate of pay. it Is Impossible for ua to
.... . ', make living wj'tos.
"~~ "To doek a girl ten cents for taiKing
la ntirely a great grievance.
MTo l?se nur work simply because we
forget to bring our ticket or tag with
I us when we carry iL. In, is unjust and
' 'PBRS?NA'L AND OTOEJRWISES: ' "
Miss Ada L. Perry, who has been vis?
iting her couein, Mrs. H. I?. West, on
Leo street for the past two months, left
yesterday afternoon for her home in
Lunenburg, much to the regret of her
many friends here.
Mr. Harry Baker, of Maryland, is vis?
iting his slfiter, Mrs. C. C. Duston, in
The Presbyterian and Christian Sun?
day schools will p!c-nlc at Virginia
Reach to-day. Excursionists will be
able to purchase tickets at the NorfolOe
and Western depot, but not at the Vir?
ginia Bench depot,
Mr. J. W. Duston. of South Norfolk,
left yesterday for Washington to spend
Mr. Day While, the guest of his sis?
ter. Mrs. Thomas Haskett, In Oakdale,
left yesterday for bin home in Eliza?
beth City, N C.
The funeral of Mm. Laura Jamison,
widow Of the late William Jamison,
who died Wednesday morning at her
home, on Liberty street, took place
from tlie residence yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The services were con?
ducted by Rev. R. M. Chandler, of
Chestnut Street M. E. Church, and the
interment was in Magnolia Cemetery.
The funeral of Mr. W. S. Saunders,
whtvo death occurred Tuesday at his
home, on Twelfth street. South Nor?
folk, took place from his residence yes-*
terday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. S.
S. Robinson, of tho South Norfolk Bap?
tist Church, officiating. Interment In
The obsequies of the ltttle child of
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Moore was con.
ducted from the residence, yesterday
morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. H. S.
Lancaster, of St. Thomas P. E. Church,
officiating. The remains were laid to
rest in Magnolia Cemetery.
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