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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS
|0F MORE THAN PASSING N?TE - r;W> ? 4 Conipilatlon of Miscellaneous . I/latter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRICHT : A Dally Directory of tlie Hitppenlng* _ ^?1 a liny Briefly Told, TIioiikIi - ?mall Hon? (be Less Interesting ? nil Imporlnnl-Informntlon For Tlioso iTbo Seek lo Know nml Un? ft j deriUnd ?hui la Ooloc od Auiouc ?be People. The School Board will Tncet to-night, j St Is probable that the teachers will be j elected. The assault case which was continued [ Srorn Tuesday until yesterday, was J again continued until Monday. Mr. E. It- Barksdale, In to-day's is-] sue, tells you how you can get up picnic basket In economical style. For | particulars read his "ad." The Port Norfolk cars were not run? ning for several hours yesterday morn- I lng. on account of some accident at the] power-house. A marriage license has been Issued to I Mr. N. L. Oakley to wed Miss May E. | MePhcrson, of this city. There was but six marriage licenses j Issued during the month of May, four j White and two colored. The City Council will meet on the 6th ] Inst. The Hustings Court will meet on the 8th, and the County Court on the j BOth. The Board of Supervisors of the Coun? ty will meet the first Monday in Julyand organize by the election of a chairman (or Hie term of two years. Yesterday morning at an early hour a bright light was visible in the direction of Columbia Park, caused by a fire in \ that direction, but it could not be learned where it was. Tlie Hire alarm was out of order yes- ] terday morning, caused by tho storm j the other night., but It was eoonsre palred. *^ The rain yesterday morning did much good for the farmers, hut it will take several days' rain to make the potatoe crop what it ought to be. A number of the Summer resorts have opened for the Summer. The rain cleaned the paved streets nlrely and laid the dust. A negro woman, named Amanda Wil? liams, who lives on Ilace avenue, yes? terday morning took a dose of lauda? num by mistake, thinking that she was taking parngoiic. For awhile she was| In a critical condition, but she was re? lieved by Dr. Troy and Is now out of dnnger. The Monumental Epworth League will meet this evening at S o'clock. Tho devotional meeting will he led by Mr. Samuel 1*. Pedrlck. The semi-annual election of ofTlcers will bo held and a full attendance of the members is re? quested. Mr. H. C. Irwin, and not Mr. Tt. C. Tunilln. was elected a member of thej Democratic Executive Committee, as | the types made it appear in yesterday's Issue. Dr. Robert S. Ttlaketnan. U. P. N., is visiting friends here, in a few days he ?will go to the University of Virginia to take a post graduate course prepara? tory to his tinal examination for the havy. A picnic will go from Norfolk to Dela? ware Park on the Rth Inst. It is fcald that Work on the Ocean House will be comtm need duly 1st, and that Mr. Hull's stort. vill be ready fur him by September 1st, and that the Opera. House will be ready for opening the first of the season. Heal estate men sjy that there is a genera! demand for good property inj this city and section. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hillary O. Williams have Issued Invitations to the marriage of their dauchtsr, Mi** Margaret, to Mr. Ephrlfttn C. Parker, Thursday, June K, I?99, at 8:30 o'clock p. m., No. lioo Washington street. The Portsmouth Atlnntlc Club, of this city, opened their house for the season at Ocean View yesterday, and a large number of members wen: down. The newly elected Democratic Execu? tive Committee gives very general sat. isfaetion. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Phclps will ar? rive home this morning from their bridal tour, and will tender a reception to their friends. Mr. Charles Klne. employed in the steam engineering department of ttn% navy yard, was taken suddenly ill yes? terday morning and sent to his home In the ambulance. The Bennett house, on Washington Street, was Hold yesterday for luo, Mr. Carroll Bennett becoming the pur? chaser. The only thing at the station last night was two drunks. Mr. R. E. King tells you thai the pre , serving and pickling season in liand, and that he lias a quantity of ? fruit-jars for sale; also go,..i ivlnegar. The Misses O'Connor returned to Suf? folk last night- They came di ivi attend the Allen-Sims wedding ye I . day afternoon. A horse attached to a buggy ran -aaway on Glasgow street yesterd ij "^buffgy wits considerably damaged, . id ?*?jthe horse slightly hurt. Captain T. C. Peachtree, of Atlanta ^Georgia, was In the city yesterday, a . paid this office a call. ; The hook and ladder, In answer ^Ihe fire alarm yesterday, ran over u i ;j*le pet dog al the corni r of Knur nn I -iCoitrt streets, crushing one of its f : iegs. 2 The schedule of games of baseball to be played by the Seaboard .v r L < vLeagun has aroused much interest feSmong the lovers of tin* game In this ^eitr. -*\ A telephone message from a promt ^aient Western Branch trucker to this -jsfllce laflt night brought the Informa ^Btion that the heavy rain wa? worth *-jnany thousands of doiiajs to the petal,, 'crop. " Two more marriages are scheduled ^_lto take- place in this city In the near ?^.<uturo. r^?i There.is mall at this office addressed ~??."Private?" Please oall and get same. ?HZ^ iVaa-t ntrlityiAbout ll o'clock. Officers ifnaCijt ana "Bxeugbton discovered ' lintf ijarrenia In. front at the K&aSL??^tr,et were on 'flro. They arranged to place them In such a position that no dam? age would result to the property there? abouts. LATEST NAVAL NEWS. Paymaster T. J. Cowie's orders ot May 23d, detaching him Crom the Con etcllation and ordering him home,/ re? voked, and ho will continue on present duty. Paymaster S. R. Calhoun'S orders ot May HUd are alsj revoked, and he will continue on present duty. Assistant Paymaster flt. R. Golds borough, ordered to lite Dolphin. Passed Assistant Paymaster M. M. Ramsay, detached from the Dolphin and ordered to the Washington navy yard. Assistant Paymaster A. H. Cathcnrt, ordered to the Pensacola navy yard. I Passed Assistant Paymaster P. V. Mohutv, detached front the Pensitccla navy yard and ordered !?> hold himself, in readiness for duty on the Newark. Naval Cadets A. w. Pressey and b\ H. Holnian, ordered to torped i ins:ruc? tion. Lieutenant YV. u. Shoemaker, detach eed from command of the Talbot and ordered to the Massachusetts. Lieutenant T. G. Dewey. detached from the Essex and ordered home to await orders. These naval cadets arc ordered to torpedo Instruction: IL P. Pcrill, O. G. Murtin, lt. W. Henderson. O. G. Dun Can, D. F. Boyd, J. W. Graeme, D. E. Theleen, N. L. Jone3, V.'. R. White, w. M. Falconer, L. M. Overstreet. T. C. Hart and L. C. Richards. Lieutenant G. P. Copper, detached from the Naval Academy and ordered to Newport. Ensign C. F. Snow, ordered to tor? pedo instruction. Naval Cadet L. R. Sargjnt, ordered to tho Massachusetts. Lieutenant E. II. Tlllman, detached from the Naval Academy and ordered to the Essex. Lieutenant S. S. Robinson, ordered to the torpedo station. Lieutenant W. Winder's orders de? taching him from the Raleigh and or? dering him to the Michigan are modi? fied so that he will first report in Wash? ington, i SEVERAL FUNERALS YESTERDAY The funeral of Mrs. Esther S. Seeds took place yesterday afternoon from Wright Memorial Church. The ser? vices were conducted by Rev. Mr. Hlankenship. At the cone'usion tlie re? mains were Interred In Elmwood Cem? etery. In Norfolk. The funeral of Mrs. Francis Drake took place yesterday afternoon from her late residence. No. G2S Bart street. The services were conducted by Rev. Dr. Fisher, after which the remains were taken to Oak Grove Cemetery for interment. The pall-bearers were Messrs. A. D. Morgan, R. B. Bur? roughs, C. Thomas, J. P. Manning, .1. A. McDonald, B. F. Howell, C. N. Moody, and C. J. Garrls. The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Bal? lentino took place yesterday afternoon from the residence of her husband. Mr. James W. Ballent'.ne. The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Betty, and tho remains were interred in Oak Grove Cemetery. Following were the pall? bearers: Messrs. J. W. S. Putt, W. O. Hope, C. T. Phillips, Ellis B. Butt, C. W. Murdaugh, Jr.. It. 13. Warren, K. R. Gayle and J. W. Wood. The funeral of Mr. and Mrs. George West's little son, Shirley, took place yesterday afternoon from their resi? dence, No. ll.'O Fifth street. The Te? ma inn were interred in Oak Grove Cem? etery. The remains of Mrs. Ella Poland Cox were taken to Ordanda, N. C, for In? terment via Norfolk and Carolina rail? road. PRESBYTER I AN M E ET I NO. Next Sunday night a mass meeting of the Presbyterians of the throe cities will be held in the First Presbyterian Church of this city, in tin; Interest of home mission work of Norfolk Pres? bytery* The church will hold twelve hundred people. An offering will be taken for the work in home mission Heids. Every loyal Presbyterian is asked to contribute liberally on this occasion "according as the Lord hath prospered him." Rev. Mr. Eggleston says he hopes for a glorious rally, which will have its in? fluence for good through this entire sec? tion. This will he one of t it*.-most Inter? esting affairs in Hie history of Pres? byterians. The Rev. W. W. Moore. D. D.. LL. D., one of the most brilliant preachers in this country, will make an address, and <>ther distinguished men will be nrescnt. The occasion will be n happy one. Services at 8 p. m- Sunday evening. TWO JUNE MARRIAGES. Mr. Harry L. Oakley and Mis; May L. McPhersoh were united in marriage yesterday at the South st. inn e by Rev. Mr. Mitchell. After the ceremony was concluded they left for the Hay Line wharf, where they took tha New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk rail? road steamer for Cape Chnrlrs to visit the bride's relatives. Th y will remain some three Or more weeks. Mr. Charles F. fttidd and Miss Essie May Pellt were united In marr ge lasl night at the residence of the bride's parents,1 corner of King and llf'.lngham stret Is. Revj R. F. Beadles officiated. After the ceremony a reception was bebt, ami later in lite even tv; Mr. and Mrs, Rudd were driven t . th ? > -sld i ie Of the groom's father. In Park View, where thoyjwlll ren'tle; THE FIRE Y!?"?:"?;:? i \ v. The alarm of Are tun. I in : r.i box SC yesterday tit 12:45 ?>'<.'? !< r.\ . uatb >i by hie being discover il In ' ' ?'? ? id the residence of Mr. l.u hwr S. Irv? ing, .No. 1107 Washington street. Tito independent, tin! :! ol: and Lad. ! dvr Companies were soon upon the scene, but the services of the former were not necessary, a:? the latter ootn p nj Ktlrigulshed i.htj sin: .i blase with , hu- \'-.< of water. The damage will not CXCI - :l $50. SHIP KEEPEIiS:?PPOINTED. William it. Trowrr; of Norf -Ik; Gar Iris,,:! Cross, of Ni th\U county; R. F. Wnlker, <>f Richr.ion.1; Oeoi rci 'A'. Clark, ef Southampton; and Edward , Itnblnson, of. Norfolk; have been np I pointed ship keepers at the Portsmouth 1 (Vn.) navy yard at a salary of $- per day. EVENT!'. TO-'? \ V. School Hoard. Council Chatrber. 1 Stonewall Camp. Np. 1. C, V. .lame'; 1'.. Therm Garr . u:.. No, 123, R. A. and N. 1,1. C o t-n o.itb Lodge, tin. 441, I. A. of M. Mnntattk Tribe. No. !. O. It. M. I Old Dominion Lodge, No. 1. O. O. F. We keep every shape, of collars. Let us sell you your collars. Chas. R. Wtl ton Hi Co. ABREAST OF THE TIMES. What Mr. W. J. Davis Is Doing for the People of Portsmouth. There Is no livery stable in (he South where one can find better equipment or accommodation than that of the Palace Stables of Mr. W. J. Davis, of this city I and Norfolk. j In addition to his enormous quantity ' and miscellaneous stock of vehicles, he received yesterday diiect from the fac? tory tw? of Hincks & Johnson's bridal coaches, which are magnificent in every particular and which were built espe? cially for Mr. Davis for wedding par? ti rs. These coaches, with black body and gear, with quarter and fine lines of car? mine striping and silver trimmings, are 1 indeed handsome from an exterior view.! But when one looks inside and beholds i the art of the upholsterer displayed In I cream colored satin, the conclusion Is ' at once reached that Mr. Davis !? de- j termlncd not to be outdone by any liv- I eryman in America. The public is Invited to inspect the.*e ! vehicles at his stabler in Portsmouth and Norfolk, where you will also have an opportunity to enjoy the handsome and very comfortable parlors which h? has established for the comfort and convenience of his lady patrons.) ? These parlors contain "easy corners," which are particularly attractive to la? dies who admire art in the direction of drapery and furnishings. Mr. M. G. Coolahan, Messrs. Illnclw fc Johnnson's popular and successful representative, is the gentleman who brings there lino equippages to this city, ami who lias .?- dd Mr. Davis eight otiter very handjome and costly coaches in the past two years. A VERY PRETTY MARRIAGE. Miss Margaret Simnin Becomes the Bride of Mr. John 15. Allen. A pretty marrlnge was celebrated yesterday afternoon at the residence of ] Mr. J. E\ Slmms, No. SOS Fifth Siteet. j The contracting parties were Mr. John i B. Allen, of the firm of Allen & Jar- I vis, grocers, and Miss Margaret E. Slmms, daughter of Mr. Slmms. The ceremony was performed by Itev. T. J. Brady, of St. Paul's Catholic Church. They were attended by Mr. A. B. Jarvls, who acted as best man. and Miss Minnie White, who acted as maid -of-h-onnr. The bride was dressed In a traveling suit of tan, with hat to match, and carried in her band a bunch or Bride roses. After the ceremony a short reception followed, after Which Mr. and Mrs. Allen took the Ray Dine steamer and went North on a bridal trip. They were the recipients of numerous presents, which were both handsome and useful. FIRE FROM LIGHTNING. Lightning caused a big fire last night on the place of Mr. Jesse Shea, sit? uated on the west side of Scott's Creek, between the point of land opposite Hitch's Mill, at the northern point of Purk View and Scottsville. The reflection of the blaze was seen in the sky in that direction directly after the storm came un, and later it whs learned that the bam and some outbuildings on Mr. Shea's place were burned, the lightning having set one of the buildings on fire, from which the others cnuihL Th<> value of the property lost could not be learned last night, but the con (lagratlon appeared to be * big one. BOARD INSPECTS THE CITY. The Hoard of Health Inspected the city yesterday. Dr. Joseph Grlce, pres? ident, and Messrs. Walter Clark, M. L. Hunt, W. J. Richardson and E. L. Lash, members, and Sanitary Inspector Mur den nnd Assistant Inspector Branch composed the party. Every portion of the city was care? fully inspected, and the board was unanimous in declaring that the city was in a most excellent sanitary con? dition. RUSH TO DELAWARE PARK. Twelve Excursions Already Booked For Month of June. In spite of the late eprlng and com? paratively cool weather of May, the ex? cursion fever seems to have taken pos? session of everybody. Early in the month, over 2,000 people went to Delaware Park for the day, and instead of being Jaded by the Jaunt re? turned refreshed; for conveniences and diversions afford one opportunity for I-.IJI unit e. i. . M.r.-comfort? In the midst of pleasure. As many as twelve excursions are al rcady booked for June by the Seaboard Air Line, and, unless prompt applica? tion is made for the grounds, there cer I talnly will be difficulty In securing euit able arrangements. Outing parties, pic-nic parties, asso? ciations, convention parties, Sunday ! school parlies, and all kindt? of parties, should apply at once to L. S. Allen, general passenger agent, Seaboard Air Line, Portsmouth, Va. There will be a rush all summer for thlK*resort, which is growing phenome 1 ii.illy in popular favor. There are fine lisiiinir and boating for the children on Ihc famous Nottoway river flowing pic? turesquely at the foot of the breezy and winding hills of the park. The spot Is beautifully situated forty miles from Norfolk and 130 miles from Ualelgh, covering 14 acres of ground, all Inclosed and protected by a high fence. Th observatory commands a rare strel ?:? of rolling country. There I? a ' porfectly-'equipred ten-pin ?lley.merry (ro-round, shooting gallery, pavilion for dancing on the river bank, and other ; sp iel >tia pavilions amply protected ? j ? - both storm nnd sunshine. A Brand |i a no Is on hand for concerts, i|ud(lrillc3 and cal.'e-walks, as the care jnay be. Slagfs n ty also be erected for theatricals or other festive enter la in nu nts. i The park as a pleasure ground 1? not surpassed in the South, and the walei alone is destined to make it a perma? nent summer resort. There are three sit';.bur springs said, by ninny, to !>? equal in their tonic and II it'vo effect to th,- waters of the renowned Greenbrler White; there are ether mineral springs, also. Including the notable magnesia springs, the sani? tary effect* of which have been known j for yen:-; by the old residents of this country. An artesian well sparkles . forth one hundred feet In the air, the stream being six inohrv; In diameter an it Issues from the earth. For that j matter, the whole landscape is twink? ling with Springs for those who prefer I their water "straight." I There lire over one hundred improved I swings which keep the groves merry ;with the aughter of children; prome? nades and lovers' nooks, rustic j and leafy Vistas, birds and balmy air. I A few hours and a few dollars, and one Is out of the heat of the city, out I of danger of doctor*/ bills, among the cooling Nottoway bills. I myls-swf'tX GIVEN SIX MONTHS EACH. William Clalrborn, who was arrested, charged with stealing a suit of clothes from Mr. A. B. Dlggs, was given a hear? ing yesterday before Mayor Baird, and was committed to Jail for six mouths. Luther Brothers, a chicken thief, also had a hearing and was given six months In Jail. He made all kinds of statements of how he came In poss s sion of the chickens, but. none of them were satisfactory. MB. HARRIS WON. The Portsmouth dun Club held its regular weekly shoot yesterdty. Mr. Sidney Harris won the gold medal: Fallowing wer" the SCI res made: Hume, or,; Redd. 82; McMnhon, 15; Dashkdd. 19; Mo ncy, 31: While. 30; Harris, 41; Collins. :5tl; Gallagher, ".'.?: Noel. 29: Grimes, S3; BUIsoly, 3.".-. Wony cott. 1": Police, 20; Schooler. 1G; By id, 22: Stewart, "(!: Joyrer, 24. WA ft ON LICENSE AND NUMBER for sale cheap. Apply at ."C!> Craw? ford street. my3t-8t AGENTS WANTED ? TO C A N V A S S: both young and old men needed. Ad i.r-.-K J, E. N? Portsmouth ofllje Vit iln ian-Piiot. myai-3t MONEY TO LEND AT G PKU CENT I.nils c. PHILLIPS, Attorney, Kirn Building. my2(-lm PICNIC B?SK1 ITS Are to le f.'.lrd. Ch'ckefts are high, so considering the following excellent sub? stitutes: Boneless iMitck n or Turkey, Lunch Tongue, Potted Tongue and Ham Salmon Steaks, K'.ced Beef. In small -Is.', eaiis. P.rued Pa .?r. Sardines, Gak b. Crackers, Pickles and fine soft drinks A full line of marketing. E. R. BAP. KS HALF. PHONE ME. 129 < OURT ST. Patronize Home Interest By insuring in TWaB??KI Fir? I?OT33 Bo. The only home company in Tidewater Virginia. E. L. DASHIELL, ?AGENT, 408-410 CRAWFORD STREET_ -TC ??rcnonis. nanuroc:urers and Pro.'ess!on3i m Clean up your rubbish, It's all protll We are doing an excellent work 111 col? lecting eld hard Accounts, Notes nnd Judgments. We collect everywhere Por particuinrs. call on or address M. P. CLAUD, General Agent for the Inter State Commercial and Collection Agency, room 1 Kirn building, Portsmouth, \'a S. S. phone 1302. P. O. box 1, Norfolk address. mylo-lin warmT ISN'T IT? PonsMtD Goal and ice Co., J. S. MILLER, Both telephones, lots of ice and plenty of wagons. Let us ice you ? Special Offers Just received a large lot of very ("me Southampton Hams, which we will offer at 15c. per 11). If you want something nice get one of them. Tomato Soup, 3-lu. cans only 10c. Domestic Ginger Ale, 7e. or 4 bottles for 2.",e. Don't forget Hooper's "Fatal Koods" kills water bugs. Kou Beer, ready for use, In qt. bottles, 10c. per bottle. Do you like fine bread? If so u.so our Sunbeam Flour. Our Sunbeam Mocha nnd Jova Coffee, In one, iwo and thre/e lb. cmSj makes an elegant drink; price, 35c., or 3 lbs. for J1CO. C. W. HUDGINS A. CO. Both Phones. 802 Crawrord Htreet. Crabs and Fish lf you want good Fish and Crabs Pearson's is thepface to go and?you can get them at short notice. All kinds of lunches served. At Pearson's Ferry Lunch Room T0R~RENfT Three-story Warehouse. No. cio Cratr ford atrcet: excellent location for a gro? cery, notion. hardware or commission house.: rfnt, 5.15 por month. JNO. L. WATSON. 10? Hlffh street. Portsmouth. Va. Man and Boy Glut) Mouse, 3 IVIII09 from CobIVs Island. Snipe Shooting and P shing unexcelled. Board per day. I2.0O. Open all the year. JOS. H- CRUVIB, Proprietor, my7-tf _P O. Chcrilon. Va._ "best Oak Wooo1 ?, L?WE ? W.-Qitesn St. Prompt delivery. S. S. 'phone l'.lO. Bell 'phono 2X0. Preserving and Ficfclin? Se?.>:,n Mow Opin We luve a full supply of Mason's Fruit Jars, wiiit h we are olTi ring very low; also S i en of all kinds. Pare Apple ? ;?!.; vinegar. Specials.?Ginger Snaps, Lemon Cakes Nie-Nacs, Soda Biscuits, Uneda I !? ?nits, at Sc. Phone orders rcc< :vo prompt attention. R. E. KING, P.cth Phones._ 200 t'OERT STREET. SIMPLY WONDERFUL i Fancy Sardines. 3e. box. Fine Gr Mind Pepper one pound for 10c. Get our Pre? mium Card. Indies are pleased with our S'iver Premiums, other varieties alao. call and Exam ne. Full line Groceries, Fresh Meats and Vegetables. ALLEN 4k JiWRVIS, S. S, 'rjhfcSa. ?*?? ??? 60? C#wtJ5 mi. Important News to Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods Purchasers I ?COMMENCING FROM? SV.OR3DAY, MAY 29TH, Commencing from Monday. May 29th, we will inaugurate weekly sales ths* niW Slvo our ? tistomers a chance to savo considerable money. WK SIIAIJ, Aniri" " T1SE i on ONE WEEK ONLY at certain prices, certain lines or goods that will be away below regular price, and will POSITIVELY not sell the/same (tood? at said prices at any otlvr time than the week they are advertised. ?* For the week comnicne (]R May 23th und endlos: Saturday. Juno 3d will sell nur PJue Serge Suits that formerly sold for $y.00 at K65. All our $10 00 Blue a?rma for iT R5. All our ?12.60 lllu? Set-Res for $S.9S. All our Jl?.CO Blue Serres for J10 M All our 2? and 35c. Summer Underwear at 22c. All our 25 and 35c. Susnendera ?4 22c. Ih ye prices, as we .stand above, ure ?ood only for tbo Wflek endiri* Juno Id. Any alb ration on Knits as quoted above will bo charged for at the smaJlc t possible cosl to the purchaser. No goods charged at abovo prices. Yours for Business, BRESL??ER Bl ANTHONY, 114- HIGH STREET. 7r CITY IS TALKING -ABOUT OUR SUCCESSFUL WONDERFUL S?LE T We never sold so many goods as we did last week. And why ? Because we upset' old moss covered trade laws, in? stead of offering an accumulat on of old goods at reduced prices under the name closing out, retiring and other fake sales, we sold and are selling NEW and STYLISH goods at lower prices than others are selling their old stock for. V*/E ARE SELLING Mcn'o All-Wool Suits for j Men's nobby and stylish f> a J Patterns, $4.90, 08 & $7.50.|$8.5o) $jo g. $12,50 Others charge $6, $7.50 j Elsewhere cost y^u $2 to and 510. IS2.50 mor?. Men's Silk Bosom Shirts? ?t 50o., Worth 75c Our Serge line of Suits is the greatest in Portsmouth. PORTSMOUTH'S LARGEST CLOTHIERS, Under Madison Hotel. A Week of Extra Bargains Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings cut to the co:e of cost. Your money refunded on any unsatisfactory purchase. Even's Suits. (3 !>< for Suits sold tip to $6.60. S5.80 for suits sold up to tno.oo. 7.50 for Suits s >M up to $12 00. JtVJO for Suits sold up to J15.00. Boys' Suits. SI.60 for Ruits so!d up to $2.60. $l.!<7 for Suits SOltl U|> to $3.60. ittO for Suits sold up to $i.:o. $3.98 for?Sulta sold up tu $u oo. IVSen's Pants. $1.00 for Pants sold up to J2.00. H.8S for Pants s dd up to j.i.oo. J2iW for Punts sold up to U.M. $3.90 for Pants sold up to JO 00. Even's Shirts, 2".c. for Shtrts sold up to 39c. ?t!H\ for Shirts sold up to 75c. ?6c. for Shirts sold up to ?1.25. BSC. for Shirts sold up to $1.50. NEW YORKCLOTHING CO.. 214 HIGH STREET, - - Portsmouth, Va. You Haven't Received Sample of the Special Values in NEW SPRING SUITS wo sent through the malts this week, better call at once nod e?arn|n(. t?iem. made up as they are in stork- you'll wonder at the remarkable values wefva planned tor THIS WEEKS SUIT SALE. ... . . Men's Business Suits, nude fr in str'.ftiy AI.-wool Ohf.vlots and Cassimeres, in tho lateal styles, light or dark color ?-LMJ9- ?? Men's Dress Su'ts. fmm finest Worsteds and Cbovlols. In the newest shades; also nine or black serges, at 3'25 Merchant Tnilor.'ng.?Economy in mncie-to-mrasuro clothes. Those who have their clothes madu lure are our best advertisers. SHOS D EE* RT^ RT7Vv EE INT. Our reputation was made by selling good Shoes at honest value. Your repu? tation ^s a R ,od and us-to-dnte dresser will be made by ail.?wing us to lit you. The snappiest and most stylish I?adiea', Men's and Ch Idren's Shoes on the market Our Ladios' S2 Shoes aie unequalled We have thnn in all the new styles. Our Men's slock Is complete In nobby and staple Shoes. E::lra quality for the prices at THE BRANDT CO.. 213-215 High Street. Strictly Ona Price. For Cash Only. S3Inflirt TT^QjAtolp ???-? Is something which is unknown to the patrons of our Shirt Department. Like the clothes we sell, all of our Shirts are made to tit perfectly. Shirts with two collars, beautiful patterns, 75c. quality here for >0c. Shirts with collars and cuffs, $1.00 quality here for 75c. All the new things in Silk and Madras Shirts, 75c, $1X0, $1.2.5 and Si..SO. We close at 7 p. m? Saturday excepted. JOHN A. MORRIS, 303 High Street. nBsTBDEI ?f EilGE LOTS 0T QQE0N KIEW c.150 euch, $10.00 down and $10.00 a month. Call and examine plat. R. S. BROOKS, Real Estate Agent, 411 Court Street. Hell 'ohone 2222 _ We Have Three Experienced Men to Hang Our Wall Paper. ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY FURNISHED. 224 HIGH STREET. Out of town orders solicited. THE BEST MADE (W. 5t J. PARKER'S) EUREKK FLOUR. JF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT TRY IT.