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RQRT^I^?ifJTH LOC?U NEWS AND ADV El RTlS EL" iVl ENTS
ITEMS GATHERED
HERE AND THEftE
Miscellaneous Happenings Conden?
sed For Virginian-Pilot Readers.
MOVEMENTS OF PEOPLE
tflmt U Golnv Oil in nmt Around
I'ortaniouiti nitrt Muuurbiiu Com?
iiiduiie? .Uitllioreil, Mirteil nnd
told In Vavr IVordt-Tho l'nM, H>?
I'roiioul null lite Fill uro Rovcnloil.
. Il>*lnt?(l ami lorostiuilo vr e<l.
The Board of Health met at .the Coun?
cil Chamber last night, but'dld nothing
of unusual Importance, only business ot
a routine nature claiming the attention
of the members.
The meeting at the Park View Bap?
tist Church last night was a very In?
teresting one. The Rev. Mr. Hines con?
ducted the Bervlces. Several stood up
for prayers for themselves and friends.
Two gentlemen are wanted to board
In private family. See ad.
Henry Potts, "William Ford and Sam
Fitzgerald were locked up yesterday af?
ternoon in the county jail for stealing
?wire from the .Port Norfolk railroad.
A reward is offered for lost setter
dog if returned as directed.
A Japanese tea will be held , in the
Odd Fellows' building on Middle street,
Friday evening, October 13th, from 8 to
10 o'clock/for the benefit of the Junior
Guild of St. John's Church.
There will be a meeting of the La?
dies' Auxiliary Society of the Y. M. C.
A. this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Hodges have
Issued invitations to the marriage of
their daughter, Alice Louise Bates, to
Mr. Logan Thomas Adams, Wednesday
afternoon, October 18th, at Monumen?
tal M. E. Church.
Mr. J. M. Davis, formerly with A. J.
Phillips, begs leav?. to. inform his
friends that he has connected himself
with C. E. Jenkins, under the Monti
cello Hotel.
Mr. Virginius Cassell, the civil engi?
neer appointed to assist City Surveyor
Bascom Sykes, began a survey of the
city yesterday. , ?
The W. C. T. U. will hold their reg?
ular noon'tide prayer meeting at the Y.
M. C. A. to-day.
The polls will be opened to-morrow
at sunrise and will not close until 7
O'clock at night
A revival was begun at Park View
Baptist Church Sunday night, Rev. W.
P. Hines, the pastor, .conducting the
cervices.
Mr. ChaTles White, the well known
High street restauxanteur. Is confined
to his rooms by an attack of rheuma?
tism.
Mr. John W. Cox, the well known
trucker, who received a stroke of pn?
ralysls last Frldny which affects his
right side, was reported slightly im?
proved last night.
The Musicail Association will tender
a reception In the lecture room of the
First Presbyterian Church Thursday
evening, October 12th, at 8 p. nu A cor?
dial Welcome to' all members and
friends Is extended.
Unfurnished rooms in a private fam?
ily are wanted. See ad.
Mr. A. B. Uzzel, who has been with
Mr. A. J. Phillips for a long time as
chief clerk, left for his home in RaJ
elgh, N. C, last night.
A seven room house is offered for
rent In another column. It Is splendidly
located and in a fine neighborhood.
Mr. Charles L. Daughtrey has been
appointed Inspector of paving material
for the Fifth Ward. The Improvement
Board made the 'appointment.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. ? Rlloy lost by
death at their home. No. 224 Lincoln
etreet, Saturday night nt 10:30 p. m.
their son, James T., aged 5 years and
10 months. The funeral took nine;
from the residence yesterday afternoon
nt 4 o'clock. Rev. Father W. B. Han
ley officiated. Interment in Oak Grove
Cemetery.
Attention Is called to ad. of Taliferro
& Long, In which they tell you that
they have the nicest and largest stock
of shoes In the city. See ad.
The Democratic primary to nominate
a candidate for the Legislature will be
held to-morrow. All Democrats should
turn out and vote for their choice of
the three candidates.
Henry Roan, a negro who is wanted
In Newport News for knocking a po?
liceman down, Is in the county Jail
here waiting for the authorities lo send
for h-im.
The Roard of Governors of the Ports?
mouth Cotillion Club hold a meeting on
Saturday night and arranged to open
the germnn season on Tuesday nicht
October 24.
Draughtsman A. .T. Lnnonster re?
ported for duty In the construction de?
partment of the Yard yesterday,
j The Hustings Court was engaged
yesterday in the suit of Rllisoly va.
Jones.
Tho Norfolk County Court will con
<vene next Monday. It will be a grand
jury term.
The missionary meeting at Wright
. Memorial Church.whs very largely at?
tended Sunday afternoon.
At a meeting of the congregation of
tho South Street Baptist Church, held
Sunday, it was decided to make n
Strenuous effort to clear the church of
i's indebtedness.
Tho employes of the Navy-yard will
be paid to-day for the last half of
? September.
The men at the S. A. L. shops were
paid y?Hterdny for September.
The Holiness Conference begins this
.week fit :he Friends Church. It will
be in sepslon for over a week.
Mrs. M. A. Moore and Mrs. R. ,T.
Sr tinde rs, who have been in attend
B.OCO ns delegates to the ?Woman's
Cbrlvti.'ui flVmpcranc'e Union Conven?
tion In WtiBhfngtcn, D. C, returned
home Snndny.
The 3rvird of Supervisors will hold
their regular monthly meeting to-day.
f'pnday. was a regular Spring dov.
The noreh In front of Hotel Por'.s
, ? irvoi.'th. which has stood there for many
y< '?''P. h'rw nil hnr?n torn nvv'fiy. '
T jwVv hfcornoon a horsj that was
(i S-hod to a. surry, In whloli three
yV<-vtiir men were seated, ran .away on
: C'?jw street and threw -them out
, ir t>-o rifd, None of them were hurt.
.';>?:?"f.'? for bru't-b nnd f illed clothing.
? T:r '"".^ oor.tlnoori his' flight until
Ii--- reached tho t<tab!es.
.Tapies M1II3, colored, was lodged, In
/the county Jbi'I ycRtorday charged
?;}'jrrlth'.-breaking <mrt entering' the resi
K dcfjce',of Mr. O. D. ,. Ball, In Cd-ttose
Place, at an enrly hour yesterday
morning. He was caught bet?re he had
opportunity to secure anything.
The rules to govern the primary to?
morrow say that all Democrats can
vote. This, of course, excludes all
others of a different political faith,
and only Democrats will be allowed to
vote.
The Independent Steam Plre Engine
Company is in receipt of an Invitation
to attend the sesqul-centennlal at Alex?
andria, October 12.
Tho Ladies" Aid Society of Central
M. E. Church met yesterday after?
noon. They were shown the plans for
the new church which the congrega?
tion contemplates building, and were
very much pleased with them. The
ladles will continue to raise funds for
the building' of the church.
* Any one desiring a good, comfortable
home can secure tho 6ame cheap by
applying as directed In our ad. column.
Capt. Nat Jordan, of Baltimore, was
in the oity yesterday.
MR. BLAND'S CARD.
He Talks About "Land Grabbing" and
the Judgeshlp.
Information having reached me that
reports are being Industriously circu?
lated to the effect that I voted for the
law known as the "Land Grabbers,"
and that I am pledged for the judge
ship, VI desire to say a few words in
connection therewith: I never voted
for the "Land-Grabbers' Act," and
have never been In sympathy with it.
On the contrary, to shew my sincerity
and consistency in the matter, 1 gave
my time gratuitously to prevent the
"Land Grabbers" from getting posses?
sion of the books in the clerk's sfllce of
the Hustings Court. I did this cheer?
fully and without any hope of reward,
and I am sorry that there Is no record?
ed vote on the subject.
As to tho judgeshlp, I desire to say
that I am pledged to no man. and if
the people see fit to honor me again by
tending me to the Legislature I shall
endeavor to carry out their wishes, and
the man they express a preference for
for Judge of the Hustings Court of this
city ?liall be my choice; and I desire,
further, to say that the persons who
started these rumors did so with no
pure motive, but with only a selfish
end in view and with no regard for
the truth.
Very respectfully,
CHAS. T. BLAND.
MR. KARSTADT'S HOUSE ROBBED.
Yesterday morning about 2 o'clock
some unknown person entered the resi?
dence of Mr. Karstadt, 327 High street,
and robbed him of $23 in money. The
thief entered the house from a rear
window. Mr. Karstadt has a ladder
that he keeps in his ynrd to go on top
of his laundry where he hangs his
washing. The thief, whoever he was,
took tills ladder, put it up against the
reaT of the house, raised a window,
went in'and took Mr. Karstadt's vest
that was in a chair near the window,
and teok tho money out and left- He
went down stairs, opened the front door
and went oIT.
Mr. Karstadt says that tho door
opens very hard and makes considera?
ble noise when it is opened. This noise
awakened him and he jumped up and
started for the window to see who it
was that had opened his door, but be?
fore he reached the window he stumbled
over a chair and fell. This gave the
thief an opportunity to get out of sight.
Mr. Karstadt's vest, with 27 eewts in
It, wns picked up by the police on the
street, and when he reported his rob?
bery it wns returned to him by the
ofllcer. Mr. Karstadt says It was Just
about 2 o'clock when the man left his
house.
CHANGE OP PROPERTY.
Park Place Company to W. L. New?
ton, lot. 31, north side Twenty-seventh
street: $250.
Bartlett Curling, Jr., to Laura A. Cur?
ling, lot 10, Nelson street, Brighton;
gift.
P, Richardson to J. H. Scott, lot 605
north sldo Centre avenue, lands of
South Portsmouth Land and Improve?
ment Company; $50.
.lames Wilson and wife to Samuel W.
Wilson, lots 7 and S in South Munden;
?50.
Benjamin P. Drake and wife to TV.
P. Boycc, lots G and 8, north side Thir?
teenth street. Park Place; $2.600.
Rewena Saxe Keycs to C. A. Nash,
lot on Church street extended, Hun
torsvllle: $400.
Elizabeth River Land Company to B.
J. MeCiilloek, eight and nine-tenths
acres, hnlf of which Is water, with ri?
parian rights, on Indian Creek, Wash?
ington district: $1.500.
George W. Smith, Jr.; and wife, to
John T. Borden, lot 777 east side Mt.
Vernon avenue, Port Norfolk; $400.
NAVAL NEWS.
Medical Director J. A. Hawke and
Lieutenant A. L. Wlllard have been
promoted.
Surgeon P. A. Lovering has been or?
dered to the navy yard, Mare Island,
Cal.
Surgeon D. O. Lewis, from the navy
yard, Mare Island, to the Iowa.
Surgeon M. H. ? Simmons, from the
Iowa to examination for promotion.
Assistant Paymaster C. R. O'Leary,
to the Machlas.
Paymaster H. R. Sullivan, from the
New Orleans and await orders.
Astlng. Warrant Machinist V. H.
Riehwein, to the Viking.
The orders detni'hlng Paymaster A.
P. Ash from the Badger have been re?
voked.
THE POLICE COURT.
A younp white man. charged with as?
saulting GHf. Kitchen, was fined $5.by
'Squire Balrd.
William Daniels, colored, for being
drunk nnd disorderly and breaking the
glass in the show onse of Peter John,
corner of County and Crawford streets,
wns taxed to the tune of jio.
William Hicks, colored, was thought
by his wife to be of unsound mind, and
she testified thnt he broke up her fur?
niture generally, which loss she could
nat stand, and William, not denying the
ifharge, but giving evident of lunacy,
was sent to Jail until the "spell" would
wear off.
QUICK PAYMENT.
Mr. P. T. Briggs, treasurer of Ocean
Council No. IOCS. Royal Arcanum, paid
to the beneficiaries of I ho late John T.
Drewry $3,000 on Salurduy, October 7th,
that being the amount of insurance
carried by Mr. Drewry In the order.
This payment was made In nineteen
day.-, from date of death.
CAPTAIN ROCKWULL ORDERED
AWAY.
Washington, Oct. a.?Captain C. H.
Rockwell, at present captain of the
Norfolk navy yard, was to-day ordered
to command the Chicago, which will be
Admiral Schley's flagship on the South
Atlantic station. The detail was made
at Captain Rockwell's request.
LAURA M. ON FIRE. ;
T>he alarm of fire sent'In about' 1030
o'clock Sunday night was caused by the
catching afire, of a quantity of naptha
wMch Was being transferred from a
barrel to the rank of the Laura M., the
iaunch of Mr. George W. Moore, which
plies between this city and Berkley.
The launch was lying In the slip at
the foot of High street, close up' to
the bridge, where a barrel of naptha
was placed, the connection being, by
means of a rubber hose and during the
filling waves caused It to rock, pulling
the hose out, sending the naptha over
the bow of the .little vessel, a lantern
Sitting near by igniting the naptha,
causing quite a blaze.
There was a slight explosion and
flames leaped several feet for a few
minutes. But the crew of the launch
was industrious, and, With the assist?
ance of the extinguisher from the
hook and ladder, handled by Driver
John Tatem, the Are was soon out.
The entire department turned out
The loss is small. Captain Smith Bailey
of the launch had to Jump overboard,
his clothing becoming ignited.
FORTT HOURS' DEVOTION.
The Beautiful service of the forty
hours' devotion was begun after the
late mass in St. Paul's Catholic Church
Suniny by a precession of the blessed
sacrament, in which the young girls
? f the congregation, wearing white and
strewing flowers in the way, and the
?eye with lighted candles, preceded the
acolytes and priests. The celebrant of
the mass was Father Halllhan, of Nor?
folk, who preached a splendid and time?
ly sermon appropriate to the occasion.
The congregations at all the services
were very large.
WILL TENDER A RECEPTION.
The congregation of the Court Street
Baptist Church will, on Thursday next,
tender to their pastor, Dr., and Mrs. R.
B. Garrett, a. public reception. They In?
vite the public generally to be present,
ond meet the Doctor and his wife. No
invitations will be issued, except to the
clergy of the city and their families.
The reception will be held in the lec?
ture room of the church. All the pews
will be taken out and the room will be
handsomely decorated with flowers and
potted plants.
INDEPENDENT'S INSPECTION.
Last night the Independent Steam
Fire Engine Company No. 1, Captain J.
F. Pace, assembled at the engine house
on South street In large numbers for
the semi-annual inspection.
Chief Wiersdorf was master of cere?
monies, and complimented the com?
pany for its fine appearance. The sec?
retary of the Fire Board, Mr. R. E. B.
Stewart, called the role of the com?
pany and noted absentees.
After the inspection the company
held Its regular monthly meeting.
AN ACCIDENT.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. W. White
head, who lives on Henry street, be?
tween Third and Fourth streets, while
employed at. the Seaboard Air Line
shops, fell from oft a ladder, striking on
his head, knocking him senseless. He
was carried to his home, and was at?
tended by Dr. L. A. Billsoly. It was
first thought that bi? skull was frac?
tured and that there was a concussion
of the brain, but it is hoped that his
Injuries are not as serious as was first
thought.
AN INEXCUSABLE BLUNDER.
Tn Sunday's issue of the Virginian
Pilot there appeared in the second cap?
tion of a notice of Mr. Charles F. Har?
per's advertisement of Pinner's Point
real estate one of those typographical
blunders that are both inexcusable and
mortifying. The proof reader failed to
correct the compositor's error. Of
covirse the intelligent reader will under?
stand that the word "thriving" was
written and should have appeared as
part of the caption, but that does not
lessen our regret.
OUR FOOTBALL TEAM. .
Manager Fred Gerke, of the Ports?
mouth football eleven, has completed
arrangements for a game here Satur?
day, October 14 th. Manager Allen, of
the Richmond College team, having
agreed to meet our team with his on
our grounds.
Captain George Parrish Is paying
close attention to the work of our boys,
and tinner his guidance i-'ortsmoutn'ti
eleven will keep up the reputation of
this city for high-class athletic sports.
DEATH OF DR. JOHN PARKER.
Dr. John Burwell Parker, son of Dr.
R. H. Parker, died yesterday morning
at the residence of his father, No. 113
Middle street, after a short Illness. Dr.
Parker had unite a number of friends,
who .will regret to learn of tils death,
which came so early In life. The fu?
neral will take place this afternoon at
3:3* o'clock from the residence of his
father.
EVENTS TO-MORROW.
City Council. Council Chamber.
Seaside Yodge No. HO. K. of P.
United Council No. 3??. A. L. of H.
Wlldey Encampment No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Old Dominion Conclave, No. 293 I. O.
H.
Howard Division No. 2, S. of T.
Ancient Order Hibernians, Benevo?
lent.
Trinity Chapter No. 346. G. of St. A.
FUNERAL OF MRS. DREWRY.
The funeral of .Mrs. Missouri Drewry.
wife of Mr. John Drewry, took place
yesterday afternoon from the resi?
dence of her husband, in Norfolk coun?
ty. The services were conducted bv the
Rev. Mr. Beadles. The remains "were
interred in Cedar Grove cemetery
We keep every shape or collars. Let
us sell you your collars. Chas. R. Wel
ton & Co.
l>l i lk
PARK ER. ? Dr. .ICH IN BUR WELL
PARKER, oldrst son of Mary L. and Dr.
Richard H. Parker. Monday October 9.
;v??. at 11:30 a. m.
Funeral from his father's res'dence.
113 Middle street, at 8:36 p. in. THIS
(Tuesday) AFTERNOON, October 10,
ISVO.
Will Not Be Responsible. ,
I will not be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife. KATE STEIN
MAN, as 1 am not living with her. H.
ET KIN MAN, Cottage Place._oc3-3t
A CARD!
Mr. J. M. DAVY, formerly with A. J.
Phillips. Portsmouth, begs to Inform his
many friends and pntrons that he has
connected himself with the well-known
dry goods store of C. E, JENKINS, under
Montlcello Hotel, where he will be glad
to have, his friends to come and see him.
Ho promises his best services In trying
to meet their wants, ocl0-3t '
L.OST-SOLID BLACK SETTER DOG.
Reward If returned 10 115 Dlnwlddlu
street.__/_._ocl0-2t
HOUSE NO. 413. CLIFFORD STREET
la oftcrcd for sale cheap. Apply to ,
M. A. MOORE. 010 Dlnwlddle street.
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WANTED ? UNFURNISHED ROOM
In private- family for man and
wife. In answering state price. I* W.,
care VIrglnian-Pllot. Portsmouth. It
WANTED. - TWO" GENTLEMEN
to board in private family. Apply
418 South street. _ ocll>3t
Til OR RENT. ?7-ROOM HOUSE, No
J- 908 Washington street; all modern
Improvements; possession given Novem?
ber, 1st. Apply 910 Washington street.
BARGAIN?TWO CHOICE LOTS IN
Park View at a sacrlllce for cash.
Address B., thls^offlce. oc7-3t".
WANTED?AN EXPERIENCED DRY
'goods clerk; must understand dress
goods and know the trade of Portsmouth
and vicinity. A good i>osItlbn for the
right man. Address X.. Vlrginlan-Pllol of?
fice. Portsmouth. oc7-3t
ORTSMOUTII NEWS AGENCY?
All newspapers, periodicals, maga?
zines, novels: anything to read. Call and
examine. "GUY'S" PLACE," 227 High
street._ oc7-lw
SMOKE SNOW FLAKE OR PHOE?
NIX, our 6c. Cigars?your money's
worth. Sold everywhere. Cnll for them.
Made by Union Labor. W. T. BACKUS,
Jr.. Rich. D. Guy._se?0-3w
Tit OR RE-ELECTION HOUSE OFDEL
JP KGATES?
?CHAS. T. BLAND?
Subject to Democratic Primary, WED?
NESDAY. October 11th. ? sc22-td
F
OR HOUSE OF DELEGATES
?ROBERT C. IRWIN?
Subject to Democratic Primary, October
11th. se21-ld
AT A SACRIFICE T
TWO IMPROVED HOUSES AND LOTS,
with barns, drive well, lawn and flower
beds, on old Deep Creek Shell road, twelve
feet higher than city; must sell; tirst
called, first served. Enquire at
NOah's Ark:,
se2S-lm 208 High St.. Portsmouth. Va.
EUERYTHING NICE.
WHERE ?
At Pearson's Dairy Counter.
Hot or cold meals served at short no?
tice and at all hours.
GO TO
W. C.
229 HIGH STREET.
MONDAY AND SEE WHAT PRETTY
GOODS THEY HAVE.
I 54-ln. Broadcloth, all colors. STc.
40-ln. Venetian Cloth, all colors, ROc.
44-ln. Black and Blue Cheviot?, MWt;
CO-lii. Black and Blue Cheviots, 7f.c.
Black and Colored Crepuns, all prices.
Plaids In nil shades.
36-in. Dress Flannel. 25c
New line of Flennelettts.
New line of Outing.
New line of Perrnls.
New lino of Cullcos In 100 stylos.
HO different Checks In Apron Ginghams.
Our Underwear Department Is larger than
It has ever been. Ladles', gents' and
Children's. We have mum In all sizes
and prices.
We also have the largest and heaviest
all-wool Blankets we ever put heroic
the public. Sue them in the window.
If you want a nice (it and good quality
Jacket call and see our line, na they
are all GUARANTEED TO KIT.
Another arrival of Silk Caps. Sec the-ni
while down town, us I am sure you
will like them.
Our Fall Stock Is about complete, so you
will do well to see our stock before
buying elsewhere.
Our Lining Department Is complete. Sec
the favorite lining?Spun Glass.
W. O. NASH.
[Best ciothhig S
\ -AT- ?
Lowest Prices}
MEN'S SUITS
AII-wo
of gor
i single and don!
T value for ?;>.00.
Men's All-wool Cheviot Suits, in a
nutnlicr of good wearing patterns
single and double breasted styles?$7.50
Men's splendidly made all-wool Suits
?In .stylish Cheviots and Cassimere
effects?single and double breasted
coma?good value for $10?our price f
$7.50. _
Men's very nobby All-wool Suits, in
a score of handsome pal terns?made
and finished In the best manner?and
tho equal of any $13.60 suit you can
buy elsewhere? our price $10.00.
MEN'S PANTS.
I Men's All-wool Cheviot Pants?made
i very strong and nicely finished?the
I $200 kind for Si.SO.
J
t
Men's bolter grade Cheviot, Oassl
mcr'e ai.d Worsted Pants?in stylish
cheek and stripe effects?perfert in
lit and nnlsh?good value for $1 OS.
J 'Men's elegantly made Dress Pants, 4
? In all the newest check, stripe and .
\ plaid effects?perfect lilting and Just i
{'snob pants as any tailor would charge I
{ you $7.CO for-our prlee $3.IS. 1
BOYS' SUITS.
; Bovs goon Ail-wool Double- i
4 breasted Suits?In nobby check and J
f plaid ?effects ? handsomely trimmed i
f with silk braid?worth $2.50. for $1.03. I
j - ?
Hoys' Double-breasted Suits. Inn'
score of good wearing patterns?made T
4 waistbands, etc.?sizes 5 to 17' years
j worth $3.00, for $2. is. j
f Boys' elegantly made Dress Stilts,4
J in blue, black ami mixed effects? ?
f strictly nil wool materials?guaranteed t
i to give satisfaction? sizes 4 to 17:
? years. ?l.f>0 value for $3.1$.
Boys' All-wool Knee Pants?made i
with double seats and knees, elastic J
waistbands, etc?warranted not ,toi
rip?the best you ever saw for 50c. ?
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i 214 HIGH St.. PORTSMOUTH, Va j
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Three hundred and eighty-five Overcoats to be
sacrificed regardless of cost. It is true they're all of
last season's stock, but the styles are just the same
and the prices we're offering them at will amaze you.
Top Coats, Dress Coats, Ulsters
to go at less than cost to manufacture them. We also
have a large assortment of Men's Pants and Suits,
which will go at prices that will suit you. 11 you're
in need of anything in the Clothing'line it's dollars in
your pockets to buy here.
m -=
jtt. Black and Blue Melton Cloth
Overcoats?all-wool, fast colors?
J?t worth $10.00?
$6.98.
ft
^Jtt Black. Blue and Grey Kersey
jjfcDress Overcoats?worth $12.GO?
TO?
$8.98.
ft Men's Storm Ulsters?black and
i'Ablue all-wool?worth $S.O0?
# $4.69.
#
A*. Men's All-wool Covert Top Coats,
7|Twith or without velvet collar?worth
$10.00?
?
$975
Men's Fancy Worsted Pants?in
Men's High Grade Suits?all-wool
guaranteed?fifty different patterns*,!*
?worth $12.00 to $1G,00?
$7.98. m
Men's Fancy T.ined Covert Toi>$5?
Coats?a few sizes only?worth $18.0i)j?te
$1187. #
Men's All-wool Chinchilla Ulsters^
cloth lined black, blue or grey? jjfe
worth $12.00?
$6.85.
iif up-to-date Patterns ? all sizes?
worth $3.00?
J| $1.69.
Men's All-wool Worsted Pants?
' nobby
Men's Irish Frieze Ulsters and.?..
Storm Coats?lined throughout: withTff
all-wool sorgo?worth $15.00? ?*i
$8.78. $
150 Men's AH-wnol Suits. 'ri;I>
checks, plaids and stripes?worth|Jtt
J7.50 to $10 00?
$5.23.
-worth JS.00 to $12.00
$4.93.
jjgjb'nohby stripes and checks?worth
*ft S3.00?
I 7VL R??NBHUM, I
116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth, Va
Youths' Overcoats nntl Ulsters, Ihw
Meltons. Kerseys, Chinchilla itiulA&
h SIL'.flfl? *:*:
i4?
*;~TjT*?T *jT ?oT ?v? Tft'ft ~t~?i? V tfc.?> w >?> V? lev "i ? ??? Ts.-? 7?. .?V
ing Time"
has come- again, nnd many are onnovrd
by troiiblceome colds. "CAR'S ANTI
GRIl'l'i':" cures cold in bend, liny fever,
runninK at the noso, neuralgia, head?
ncho from cold.s chilly sensations, pains
in lungs, back, joints and limb.-", far su?
perior to quinine or any preparation of
quinine, and costs no more. Price, 23c.
per box.
Jerome P. Carr,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CUT
RATE DRUGGIST,
Cor. Court and County and Green,
near Uart slrectn.
We sell Diamond Spring Water, five
Ballons, 60c.
FOR BEST RESULTS TRY
PORTSMOUTH COAL * ICE CO*
J. S. MILLER, Manager.
Either 'Phone will reach us. We sell CumbBTland Co.il for BlaCh'Srtliihliia;,
-PROM-? ?
w. & j. parker, Gounty artf Craw rots streets.
You will never regret it.
SHOES I SHOES!
We are ready to show you a splendid stock of Fall and Winter Boots and
Shoes. Everything nice and new. Prettiest and largest slock in the city.
TALIAFERRO Sc LONG
COO CRAW 1'OHD STREET CORN ER KINO, PORTSMOUTH. VA.
(Old Market Square.)
Just received, a new lot of
FINE KRT PICTURES
Suitable for Wedding Presents.
ANDERSON ?&s THOMPSON.
I HIGH STREET. _ PORTSMOUTH, VA.
Ch?Edren' Drawers.
LEGGINS, INFANT'S BOTTLES AND MITTS, CHOCHETTED SACQUES.
SPKCIAf, BARGAINS IN 23C. PILLOW SHAMS AND BUREAU SCARFS.
TUB LARGEST LINE OF UNDERWEAR IN Till': CITY
Black Crepons.
EMMETT
T?5R7V/fS CRSH,
DEANS,
320 HIGH STRBBT
Investors Rea? Tl?s!
FOR SALE.
Now double house, Green street; large
house and vacant lot, Crawford street:
valuable wharf property on Water street,
nice house on Dlnwlddle street, vacant
lot on Dinwlddle street, valuable storo on
High street and lots of "other property.
Vacant lots at Cottage Place, Park
View, Promts Place and Brighton.
Sonic nice houses In Cottage Place and
the city for rent.
R. S. BROOKS,
Real Estate, Rents and Insurance.
WE: DO IT!
Suits elenned and pressed .$1.00
Pants cleaned and pressed . 35
320 COUNTY STREET.
G. W. JACKSON, Prop'r
Southern States "Phone, 1556. sel7-Hir<
OWING TO CONTINUED I L L
health I am compelled to
RETIRE FROM BUSINESS.
All parties Interested in the Drug Busi?
ness can ohtaln n
FINE STOCK OF GOODS AND AN EX
CELLENT STAND.
prominently and centrally located. Stock
must be sold before Christmas. Tlioso
looking for bargains call on or address
G. A KREIGER,
sclO-tf SOI High St., Portsmouth.
H. B. WILKINS SAYS
when you want DRY WOOD and CLEAN
COAL call to see him. as ho has the fol?
lowing: Dry Pine: Dry Oak and Dry siab.
Also have'a SOFT LUMP COAL. Call
and see before purchasing.
Phone 211S. 1213 WASHINGTON ST.

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