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THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH?NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
YOU GAN FIND
IT RIGHT HERE
If You Are Looking for the Latest
News in Brief.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL
A Column of Condouied Newa of nn
Interesting Hatnrt Concerning
1U0 Movement? of| People Ton
Know und Hnve Uoatrtl of? .11 noli
Information lu I.ti 11.> Npaoe < oin
piled for Tnoea (to Wlioni M I lm? In
fllonojr** and Who Enjoy Nowcpa
per Raup Shots.
The colored ?woman Louise Wiley,
Who several days ago was accidentally
Shot by a boy, and who It was thought
could not Burvlve the wound Inflicted,
Is. greatly to the astonishment of those
who knew something about the condi?
tion of the woman when she applied for
medical assistance, rapidly recovering.
Miss Nellie Kendall, of Atlanta, Ga.,
arrived In the'clty yesterday on a visit
to friends In the two cities.
An attempt will be made to get the
Street Committee to hold a meeting be?
fore next Tuesday night to consider
the Hampton Roads Company's appli?
cation for right of way up High street.
Services will be held at St. John's
Episcopal Church this morning In
honor of Thanksgiving Day.
Mrs. Wythe M. Parks and her daugh?
ter Lillian, of Baltimore, arrived In the
city yesterday. They will spend
Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Parks'
father, Hon. J. T. Balrd, on Court
street.
Rev. Z. S. Farland returned to the
city yesterday after a week's absence.
Mr. C. C. Latus, one of the editorial
staff of Hie Reading (Pa.) Eagle, was?
in the city yesterday. He is en route
to Atlanta, Ga.
The only business In tho Mayor's
Court yesterday was one drunk, who
was unable to be tried.
Rev. Mr. Booker .will arrive hero Fri?
day night via Chesapeake and Ohio
road. He will go directly to tlte par?
sonage.
There will be no courts to-day, it be?
ing a holiday.
This being Thanksgiving Day, the
postofTlce will keep Sunday hours. 11
will be open for the delivery of letters
from 10 fo 11 a^ m.
The Baltimore City College team will
arrive here this morning via Bay Lino.
Work on Hotel Portsmouth will be re?
sumed Friday and will be pushed ahead
as rapidly as possible.
There will be religious services at
the Court Street Presbyterian Church
this morning at 11 o'clock. The public
are cordially Invited to attend.
Rev. R B. Blnnkenshlp will leave -to?
day for his new charge at Capevllle.
Rev. Mr. Betty will leave to-dny for
Richmond to (111 his new appointment
The receipts for the series of baseball
games played early In the fall were
$435 95; expenditures, $315.95. Total net
receipts, $120, which was turned over to
tho hospital fund.
A lost ring Is advertised for. See ad.
Postal cards in answer to Hon. Chas
T. Bland's card are coming In lively,
showing the preference for the party
they desire for judge.
The subject for discussion at Monu?
mental Epworth League Friday night
Will be: "Our Return for the Lord's
Benefit"?p. s. cxvl, 12 to 19. It will
he led by John W. H. Porter.
The Seaboard Air Line Band will this
morning at 9 o'clock at the postolilce
corner tender to the peoplo of Ports?
mouth a complimentary concert.
_Miss Dyson gave a delightful soiree
last night to her dancing class at
Maupln's Hull.
Mr. Harry Brandt left last night for
New York to consult with a specialist
In regard to his arm, which was re?
cently paralyzed from an electric shock.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R L. Summers nrrived
here last night from Cincinnati to
spend the holidays. They will stop fit
the residence of Mr. J. C. Summers,
Br., 525 High street.
The oyster supper hold at the resi?
dence of Miss Daisy Eastwood,'Wash?
ington street, Monday night, was n
very pleasant aa well na a successful
affair.
Rev. Mt. Beadles will have services nt
Central Church to-night at 7:30 o'clock.
Miss Mattle Martin, of Richmond,
who has been visiting In the city, left
for heT home last night.
If you want Monogram whiskey, 11.
Thornton & Co. tells you that they
have It at 60 cents per quart. Also Bay
View beer on draught, and nil kinds
of liquors, euch os are kept in a first
class liquor etore. See nd.
Unless some of the motormen on (he
Portsmouth street railroad are more
particular and ring their bell while
passing down High street at the cross?
ing they will get themselves in serious
trouble some day.
The County Court has adjourned for
the term.
Mr. Fro.nk ShenJn, of this city, re?
ceived a telegram yesterdav announc?
ing the marrlnge of his sister, Clara to
Mt. John L. Ttilley, of North Carolin !.
A marine, about 6 o'clock last night,
while en route to the navy yard, acci?
dentally fell overboard at tho oat hole
and came near being drowned. lie
was fished out by two colored men
The ladles of Central Ctiureh will
have on exhibition in Wclton's window
to-morrow a large selection of doll ba?
bies, which they will offer for sale The
proceeds will go toward tho building
fund.
^ Professor Jones will give n rig-baby
show nt Owen s Memorial Church this
evening nt 8 o'clock.
"The light fantastic" was tripped by
pleasant parties of ladles and gentle?
men lost night nt St. Joseph's Hall
nnd nt Kirn Hall. The latter was u
masquerade ball.
. Attention Is called to advertisement
-.sewing tuaciiinc, window shades, etc,
?. for'sale. See nd.
, < n |i ml I it<'
N#vcr disappoints. Cures all aches?
s Headaches, La Grippe Aches?Rheu?
matic Pains, etc. 15c. and 25c.
We keep every shape of collars. Let
: C.s sell you your collar*. Chas. R Wei'.
.: .top. Be Co
A DELIGHTFUL. ENTERTAINMENT
The Firth Anniversary of Portsmouth
Company No. 15 Fittingly Celebrated;
A more appreciative audience than
the one assembled in Pythian Castle
last night is not usually the rule. The
occasion referred to was the fifth anni?
versary celebration of Portsmouth Com?
pany No. IB, U. R. K. of P., Captain
Frank Vaughn commanding.
The pretty hall was comfortably
filled and the program, which was
thoroughly interesting and enjoyable,
was exceedingly well rendered by the
ladles and gentlemen who participated.
THIS IS THE PROGRAM:
Introductory Address?Captain 13. F.
Vnutrhan
Piano Solo . Miss Bell
Song . Mr. Harry Butt
Song . Miss Flovlan Martin
Address . Rev. Mr. Farlnnd
Piano Solo . Miss Bell
Song . Mrs. Irene Ethcrldgo
Address . Rev. Dr. Garrett
Song . Mrs. Lena May Porter
Song. Mr. AI. Porter
A FINE COLLATION.
After the entertainment the large
company was invited by Sir Knight
George M. Peed, who presided with dig?
nity during the pleasant hours spent,
to partake of an excellent collation
which had been prepared by the com?
pany in tho hall below.
This was a Utting climax to one of
the most pleasant affairs ever given In
the city, and tho Invited* guests were
much pleased with the open-hearted
hospitality of the Sir Knights of Ports?
mouth Company No. 15. U. R. K. of P..
of which the city is justly proud.
Of the guests present may be named
Captain Dusch, Captain Myers, Lieu?
tenant Williamson, Mnjor Corbett.
Lieutenant Pearson, Grand Keeper of
Records and Seal Walter A- Edwards.
Brigadier General D. J. Turner and
Grand Vice Chancellor Chas. T. Bland.
TO-DAY'S GREAT GAME.
This morning the crack eleven of
the Baltimore City College will arrive
here, and in the afternoon will meet
Portsmouth's famous gridiron repre?
sentatives at Columbia Park in a con?
test In which Portsmouth is deter?
mined to uphold the reputation she
lias made at home and abroad fur be?
ing strictly in it at football. It Is
snperllons to say more. Everybody
knows what our team Is capable of
doing, and it is also a well-known
Tact that they will do their very best.
The same is expected of the visitors,
and football enthusiasts will be fully
sustained In the struggle for suprem?
acy between the two teams.
The positions of the men are as fol?
lows:
Portsmouth. Position. B. C. C.
Roble (Peed)....L. <E..(Delaney) Clarke
Judklns.L. T.Boggs
(Hanvey)
Merkle .L. G.Black
(Turnbull)
Cox .Centre.Evans
O'Connor.R. G.Hickok
Herbert .R. T.Webster
Pcckham.... :...R. E. Easter
(Frazier)
Parrish (Capt.)..Q. B._Matthews
(Elllnger)
Marlcham .L. H. B.Stoneclpher
(Stonebraker)
Langhorne_R. H. B.Stolte
Dashiell .F. B.Hamilton
CROSS COUNTRY RUN.
The final day of the long distant run
Is at hand, and this morning at 9:13 the
people of Portsmouth will have the
pleasure of witnessing a race which re?
quires long training to stand the en?
durance of a long run.
The Woman's Auxiliary have kindly
offered a beautiful flag of maroon and
white an a pennant, to be given to the
winner, the said flag to be run for each
year.
The following members of the Y. M.
C. A. will contest for the flag: Messrs.
Kraft. Edwards, Ballentlne, Stewart
and Brlttlngham. The start will be
made at the Y. M. C. A. and tho finish
at the corner of Court and High streets.
IN THE COURTS YESTERDAY.
In Judge W. N. Portlock's court
yesterday the motion for a new trial
made by 'Mr. Richard Cox Barlow In
behalf of his client, Anthony Howard,
who a few days ngo was convicted of
house burning and given three years
in the penitentiary, was granted.
William Oglon, convicted recently of
house breaking and given two years
In the nentilentiary, was sentenced,
as was Cyprian Jordan, convicted of
grand larceny, and whose case the
jury returned a verdict of two years
ln the State's prison. The latter sen?
tence, however, was suspended to al?
low an appeal.
LATEST NAVAL NEWS.
Acting Warrant Machinist A. D.
Cnlherwood, ordered to tlie Iowa.
Warrant Machinist R. F. Nourse,
detached from the Iowa and ordered
to the Scindia.
Ensign S. G.^Maglll's orders to the
Scindia revoked: detached from the
Michigan and ordered to ihe Constel?
lation.
Boatswain ,15* J. Holden, detached
from the Franklin and ordered to the
Detroit nt once.
Acting Boatswain J. II. Delahlde's
appointment revoked.
FUNERAL OF MR. RICKETT3.
The body of Mr. Moses D. Rlcketts,
who died in Wllllnmsburg, as an?
nounced in our Issue of yesterday, ar?
rived ln the city last night In charge
of Mr. Charles 11. Sturtcviint, and wan
taken to the late residence of the de?
ceased, No. 411! Fourth street.
Tlie funeral of this excellent young
gentleman will take place from the
Fourth "Street Baptist Church this aft?
ernoon nl 2:30 o'clock. The Interment
will be in Oak Gr.iv>: Cemetery.
V. M. C. A. NOTES.
The Woman's Auxiliary Concert to
he given Tuesday evening. December
fith, promises to be the event of tho
seas n. A number of ticket have been
fiold. and the Interest Is increasing
daily. A good house Is nssured for two
reasons: the concert will he strictly
first class and object is a most worthy
one.
A membership conference will be held
Friday evening, December Vfi, at 8
6'cl< i:. All members of the Associa?
tion are invited to attend.
Why Not Mow 7
Why continue to pay out your money
In nut when you can be paying for a
home of- your own. We are building
and cart' build for you. Remember it
costs potb'ng to find out what we are
doing. Wc have lots for sale In Park
View, Port Norfolk, Pinner's Point,
Cottage place, Prent Is Place. Apply to
tho Seaboard Real Estate Co., 211 High
Btreat (up stairs).
DR. BINDEWALD MARRIED.
Miss Clarlne Elesa Brown Becomes His
Charming Bride.
Yesterday morning at the residence
of Mr. Samuel Yates Browne, In Dln
widdie street, at the early hour of 7
o'clock, one of Portsmouth's' most suo
ccsBful young physicians, Dr. Otto
Christian August Bindewnld, led to the
hymeneal altar, Miss Clarine Elesu
Browne, the Rev. Father Thomas J.
Brady olllciatlng, according to the
ritual of tfie Catihollc Church.
A beautiful arch of flowers had been
artistically und attractively arranged,
under which the young lady und gen
tclmun were -made one in the presence
of many friends and relatives of the
high contracting parties.'
.Miss Browne was attired in a be?
coming traveling dress of green broad?
cloth, with hut and gloves, and curried
a cluster of, white chrysanthemums.
Her maid of honor was Miss Maud
i.lili.soly, who wore brown broadcloth,
also carrying chrysanthemums. Two
little ribbon girls, Sarah Browne and
Cecllo Bealo, wore costumes of white
and yellow organdie. Tho groom and
his best man, Dr. O. P. Byrd, wore
black cutaway coats, light trousers and
pearl gloves.
The bridal couple left via the New
York, Philadelphia and Norfolk steam?
er for the North. Upon their return
they will reside at HOI Court street."
THANKSGIVING DAY.
To-day .being Thanksgiving It will be
observed as a holiday. Work at the
Seaboard Air Line and other railroads
w'ill bo suspended. The navy yard will
be closed. The postofflce will keep Sun?
day hours. Religious services will be
held in several of the churches. A game
of football will be played In the after?
noon at Columbia Park. A number
will take -advantage of the holiday and
spend the day in Richmond, while
others will spend It In the fields aftct
game.
The King's Daughters will receive
any contributions to-day that are ten?
dered. Anything, from a pair of shoes
to a barrel of Hour, or money, will be
gratefully received.
A RUNAWAY.
Mr. Harry Trotman, of;, Churchland,
attended bull at Current Hall last
night, nnd when he went to Davis'
.livery stable to get his horse and buggy
the animal became frightened nnd ran
away. After running some distance,
the buggy was smashed to splinters
near St. John's Church. The horse con?
tinued running, and was not caught at
a late hour. Sir. Trotman was not in
the buggy when the horse started to
run.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Yesterday in the Clerk's office of
the Norfolk County Court the follow?
ing exchanges of propcrity were made:
George' F. Mason and G. E. Rich?
ardson and wife to Robert A. Bullock,
of South Mills, N. ft, tract of land
on the Deep Creek turnpike; $2.000.
Francis Richardson to C. Vlek, lot
710, In plat of Portsmouth Land and
Improvement Company; $50.
EVENTS TO-DAY.
Farragut Post No. 1, G. A. R.
Atlantic Lodge No. 21, K. of P.
Columbia Chapter No. 119. P. E. G.
of A.
John W. Daniel Club, political.
Grlco Lodge No. CG, I. O. O. F.
Peabodv Council No. 10G, Jr. O. U.
A. M.
Joseph H. Plunkctt Council, No. 473,
C. B. L.
THE HUSTINGS COURT.
This court adjourned for the term
after granting a divorce to Mrs. Caro?
line V. Garrett. The lady alleged de?
sertion as the ground for her suit.
Her husband was Samuel H. Garrett.
SENATOR CALL'S CHARGES.
PRONOUNCE AN INSULT TO FLOR?
IDA LEGISLATURE.
(By Telegraph to VlrglnIan-P:iot.)
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 29.?As the
charges filed by ex-Senator Call against
the Florida Legislature wcro-so widely
published throughout the United States,
stating that Senator Taliaferro was
elected to the United States Senate by
corrupting the Florida Legislature, a
representative of the Associated Press
sought an interview with Senator-elect
Taliaferro, but lie treats the charges
with silent contempt. In order to in?
form the public at large as to the truth
of the charges Interviews 'nave been
secured from those in a position to
speak with authority.
State Senator II. II. McCreary. one of
Call's leaders In 1S97 and one of the
lending opponents of Senator Talia?
ferro in tho Legislature In 1899, says:
"There was no cleaner or more gen?
tlemanly contest. Senator. Taliaferro's
victory was due to ills superior general
chip and Senator Pnscn's over-confi?
dence. Tho charges of Senator Call are
nn insult to the Florida Legislature and
to the State, and the United Stnt03 Son
nte should treat them with the con?
tempt they deserve."
Ifon. Frank Adams, president of (he
Florida Senate, denounces tho charges
and pronounces them baseless.
lion. Robert McNamee, Speaker of
the House, says the contest was the
cleanest ever conducted In the Stute of
Floridas and that Call's charges are
buncombe for some ulterior political
move yet to be disclosed.
Now Orleans Racos.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Plot.)
New Orleans, Nov. 29.?Tho winter mow?
ing will open to-morrow. There sir* 1200
h'orses at the track and in the vinlctty,
more ihnn have over wintered here before
nr.'l more are arrving. About Ii f teen
books will <!.> business on the opening
day. A model sicopleohnso course has
i" en constructed and the track Is In fine
condition. The old officials will again
serve. The feature of the day will be the
Inaugural/Ion Handicap with 11,500 added.
FOR RENT,
Deslra'blo Brick Dwolllng No. 401 D.'n
wlddio street S rooms; gua, bath, range,
sewerage and other conveniences. Rent
$25 per month.
JNO. L WATSON.
W9 High atreet. Portsmouth. Va.
VI Kit.
KIOKETTS? November 28th. 1S99 at 9 p.
m.. Mr. MOSES D. K1CKETTS, aged 46
years. 10 months and IS days.
Funeral services will bake place at the
Fourth Street Baptist Church THIS
(Thursday) AFTERNOON at 2:30 o'clock.
Fr onds and acquaintances uro respect?
fully invited to attend.
FOR SALE?AT A SACRIFICED SIN
ger Sewing Machine, J10;N Window
Shades, Chuirs, Pictures, Books, Lumps,
Bedstead and Mattres3, and other House?
hold Furniture. Apply 407 Virginia, street,
near Brinson's store. It
three sets, somewhere on High street.
Reward it returned to ?iS High street It
HORSES-^TWO HEAVY DRAUGHT
Horses for sale; used In Ice wagons.
W.M. G. MAURIN. 213 Queen strceCPorts?
mouth. no2S-lw
FOR SALE?THE FINE PROPERTY
305U. and 307 London street. Address
Mrs. A. IL SHULTZ. 261 High street,
Pottstown. Pa; nol2-lm?
MONEY TO LEND. PERSONS BU1LD
Ing wou'.d do well to call on me. M.
P. CLAUD. Room 1, Kern Building no29-tf
NOTICE !
Portsmouth, Va.. Nov. 22, 1SW.
Rids for panting sewerage powerhouse
and toolroom on Race 'avenue will be
received till DECEMBER I. 184?. For
specifications apply to City Surveyor. Ad?
dress bids to Chairman of Sewerage
Committee, at Council Chamber. and
mark "Bids for Fainting Sewerage Pow?
erhouse." It. E. GLOVER.
nc23-eod-td Chairman Sewerage-Com.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.
Forwarding Agency,
Portsmouth. Va.. November 28th, 1SS9.
The waroho'usos of this company will be
closed THURSDAY. November 30th, and
freight will not lie received nor delivered
except perishable, which will bo delivered
up to 1:00 p. in.
J. W. CON NELL
no29-2t Forwarding Agent.
Food for Epicura s.
Mountain Buckwheat and Maple Syrup,
Olives, Capers. Pickles, Chow Chow, Horse
Radish and Catsup. Fine Plum Puddings
and Mlnco Meat. Handy size Canton
Preserved Ginger.
" E. R. BARKS DALE
BOTH PHONES. 129 COURT ST.
Fashionable
WILL WEAR
DOUBLE-BREASTED
SACK SUITS
THIS SEASON.
We will sell you for this week only, a
fine Winter-weight BLUE SERGE SUIT,
either In double or single breasted sack,
strictly all-wool and fust color, lino Ital?
ian body.lining, deep French facing, silk
piping and sewed with silk, guaranteed
to retain its shape.
Price this Week, $10.00.
mO. A. STORRBS
303 HIGH STREET.
no22-tf
?GO TO?
S. IV. Weaver's Pharmacy
FOR YOUR
PRESCRIPTIONS and MEDICINES.
Corner Green and Queen streets,
PORTSMOUTH, VA.
Old Phones 2275.
NOTICE! .N0TICE1
IMOTflCE!
Ho! every one In need of DRY PINE
WOOD can get It from II. B. W ILK INS'
Rig Drying Uhcd thut keeps hundreds ol
cords diy at a time.
CALL PHONE 2113.
GAME GTTLL
PARTRIDGES ON TOAST AND
GAME OF ALL KINDS CAN BE HAD
AT PEARSON'S DAIRY LUNCH ROOM.
OYSTERS IN ALL STYLES.
For SaSe Cheap
NICE HOUSE ON DINWiDDIE ST.
Seven rooms; all conveniences.
Possession at once.
R. S. BROOKS,
Real Estate, Rents and Insurance.
Money to Loan._
I KEEP ALL BRANDS.
J. F Pablo manufactures the brand
St Olfilr 10c., Our Farmer. Yum Yum.
Pride Man ia and Eye See, for which Mr.
C. E. Jones corner Middle and County
streets is agent. Pure distilled blackber?
ry wine. $1.00 a pint, and all brands of
liquors nt _
no21-lm C E. JONES.
"Diamond S" Coffee
at 23c. per pound, good as can be bought
elsewhere for 30e. per pound.
"Queen" brand Flour uncqualed by any.
Give us your order. Respectfully.
R. E. KING,
200 COURT STREET.
Monogram Whiskey, 60c. Per Quart Bottle.
BAY VIEW BEER on draught. All orders by phone delivered
free. Old Phone No. 2391. No. 211 High sfreet.
*M THORN TQM ? CO.
I -tCHRISTMAS PRESENTS? ?
? QLOVE8__L^ . ? ?
(a We-have Gloves in every description for Men and Children? ?)
(<$ Kid Gloves, Riding Gloves, Wool Gloves and Working Gloves. ^\
Co CHILDREN'S FURS ?)
In Angora, Chinchilla, Lynx and Wool. fW
? UMBRELLAS_> ?
(? For Ladies and Gentlemjn, with the latest Silver-mounted, q
(0 Buckliorn, Princess and Japanese Handles
(O HATS AND CAPS FOR MEN AND CHILDREN. ?
? WM. B. D?UGS-.TREY * CO-9
(9 H-tters and Furriers. 318 HIGH ST. ?
$50 Men's Complete Outfit Free / Gall at Store For.Particulars.
Best Clothing for the Money in This Vicinity.
Our prices nre lower than any previous season. Everything is sold at a very low
margin of profit, anil sold quickly. v
$!OeOO
Instead of $12.50 and $13.50?others" prices. Everything else man wears, from the
ground up. .
SHOE DISPARTMBN^
Shoe wearers regcgnlzc the fact to buy good, comfortable, well fitting Shoes. Also
a large variety to select from. Up-to-dxte styles and close, prices at
We offer you several lines of All Wool
Heavy Weight Serges Worsteds and
Cheviots at.:.
THE BRANDT CO.,
213 and 2I5 High Street.
For Cash Only. Strictly One Price
IdAVC C?T?TC AMFK TAD TAATC #
Bring the boys here lo be fitted out?we are quot
, the lowest prices ever known for the qualities
^ they represent.
f* &t fhQ ?Three styles in All-wool Mixed Cheviot Suits;
sizes 4 to 16- at SI.yS? that are easily worth
S2.50. Jg
- -Ten styles of Plain and Fancy Che iot Suits, ?Ji
nicely made and trimmed,' and faultless fitting. $t
I
& ? Regularly worth S3- 50. ^
il'i "5 {ffcQ ^-Sixteen styles ot Plain and Fancy Worsteds, "
^Oc^aO Cheviot and Cassimere Suits?sewed with silk and
%f ^ 0 made up in a very good manner?at S3.98. The 4$
$ regular S4.50 and 35.00 qualities at other stores.
W d* ? fWQ ?Handsome Covert Top Coals at S4.9S?worth
# o^Tr V? $6 50- Perfect lining; silk velvet collars and gen- 4|t
iji ^ nine Italian cloth linings throughout. j?i
1 NEW YORK GLOTfilNG GO. t
214 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA. jj?
A Thanksgiving Day Present for Everybody !
every person that visits my stork thursday. NOVEMBER SOth,
wn.i. he <;ivk.\ a guess <>n the handsome udll,
this offer is kok thanksgiving hay onlv.
EMMETT DERNS,
Terms C.isli, 31?0 Ili&cli Street.
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR
M J. PH4LLIFS.
"Paste This in Yoyr UaV
For future reference. Patent medicines at cost. Allcock's Porous Plasters. 10c;
Belladonna Plasters. 10c; Pierre's Pleasant Pclle-ls. ISC.; Carter's Little Liver
Pills, 16c.: Tun's Pills, I8c.; Brandroth's I 'ills ISc; Bcecham's Pills, ISc: Mun
yon's Remedies, ISc: Humphrey's Speilles, ioe ; One Minute Cough Cure, ISc;
Piso's Cum, ISc; Chamberlain's Cough Cure. J.Sc: Syrup White P'ne Co., 18c;
Ccplielgilte, 20c; l-tromo Quinine, ISc; Simmon's Liver Regulator. ' ISc.: Cnstorla.
2SC.; Syrup Figs, f:Sc; Malted Milk, 40c: Grove's Chill Tonic, 35c: Mell'n's Food,
large "55c; Wampolo's Ccd Llvcr Oil, 70c: Plnkhum'S Compound. 71c; Paine's
Celery Co., 73c; S. S. S>. small, 70c: larpe, $1.20: Slocum's Ozomulsinn, S5c: Slo
cum's Psychlne Tonic, $2.75: Vlni Marianl, Jl.uO; Fellow's Syrup Hypophosphites,
$1.C0; Coition's Lleiu'd Beef Tonic, 75c; Steam's wine, of Cod Liver Oil. 70c;
Wampole'S Beef, iron and Wine, 5oc; Mother's Friend, S?e.
J?*?o:m.e HP. Carr9
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CUT RATE DRUGGIST,
CORNER COURT AND COUNTY AND GREEN, NEAR BAUT STREF.T9.
Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, 35c. p'.nt. BOTH PHONES.
FOR BEST RESULTS TRY
J. S. MILLER, Manager.
Either 'Phone will reach us. We sell Cumberland Coal for Blacksmlthlilg
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A 1ST T> IS I^?-SO IV *to THOMPSON.
WEDDjfjG PRESENTS a Specially.__
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silrirviija, Cut Glass, Ornamental Clocks.
For thirty-one years we have In a measure been supplying the demands of tho
public in the above goods. This season our stock Is larger than ever, and, as
heretofore, has been carefully selected in person. ,
C. S. SHERWOOD, 206 High Street, Portsmouth, Va.
The Price is not Everything.
WHEN TOU ARE BUYING SHOES. QUALITY IS THE MAIN POINT. SEE
TO IT THAT YOU OET QUALITY AN O THE PRICE WILL BE T.OW IN
COMPARISON WITH THE WEAR. WE DON'T KEEP SHODDY SHOES.
Taliaferro 8c Long,
600 CRAWFORD STREET. CORNER KING, PORTSMOUTH, VA._
WHEN BUYING EUREKA FLOUR
See that W. & J. PARKER'S NAME
IS ON THE PACKAGE.
Then you know you will secure the best. Tal^e no other

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