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PORTSMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS CONTINUED?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM SIXTH PAGE.
Go-Carts, Stoves, Desks, Couches, Tables, ?
The ladies who have seen out superb line of Furniture,
Desks, Couches, Parlor Suits, Golden Oak Bed Room Suits,
Lace Curtains and Carpets, all come to one conclusion.
S "THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE"
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To buy such articles at economical prices. This same opinion
holds good in relation to our tine line of
REFRIGERftTORS AND BftBY CARRIAGES.
We have the best assortment in town and are proud 10 show
them.
ITS HIGH TIME
To put in Screens and get your new Bicycle. You can buy
both here to good advantage.
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CONSIDERABLE MONEY lias been made at Pinner's Point within
the laM three years, and now that MONEY PANICS and WARS are ended
these prolits will be more than doubled within the next two years.
II you have money to invest PINNER'S POINT is the place to put it,
cither from a speculative view or interest bearing basis.
We began when Pinner's Point began, and can consequently put you
on the ground floor as to cost 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 . er month for three years.
a* a HB El B) B m t? WmmU Wbj
Real Estate, Rents and Loans.
Phone 1373. Pinner's Point, Va
Agent for the Pinner's Point Land Companies.
FUNNY. ISN'T IT?
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would not ride a Waversly Bicycle,"
says the fellowjhat DON'T RIDE ONE. Look at the
In me \ e Number We Are Selling
Funny again, isn't it? Come to my store, I will show you
the funny part.
W. N. WHITE,
J08 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH, VA.
OEM Olli Ulf Of PERCALES!
AM, I2V4C PERCALES TO BE SOLD AT Sc. OX MONDAY. Over 2.000 yards
of the best styles on the market. Call early and get first pick.
12tfcc. and 15c. MADRAS CLOTHS TO GO AT SAME PRICE.
1,S00 VPS. OK FRENCJH ORGANDIES TO BE SOLD AT 10c. PER YD.
A full line of Silkalines.
Hosiery a specialty.
TERMS CASH. 320 HIGH STREET.
STORE CLOSES AT 7 P. M.
Are Yovi V^illi**?
To lose from 10 to SO per cent, on your
you are doinir when you fall to buy your
following pilae Hat, which quetcs only a few articles o
nnd Patent Med!
purchase of drills? Well, this '.s what
drugs from CALKS STORE. Read the
few articles of our largo stock of Drugs
.>- -.- .. lew articles ot our mr^u mo u 01 wniRa
_iled'.cin-'s: Htnkham's Compo und. 71c. Paine's Celery Compound 73c.
Gresn's Nervura. 76c. Hood's Sarwaparili a, 7r.c. Browns' Iron Hitters, 7.7.e. llos
"irsford's Ac'd Phosphate. 40c. Bloonm's
tetter's Hilters, 7.'.c Syrup Flits, -10c. Ho
Pyschlne Tonic, ?2.75. Ozomulslon. S5c. C
trine, 20c Allcork's Porous Plasters, loc.
16c. Pierce's Pellets. 16c. VIn Marian),
roelve Subllmato K nock-Out Drops, a dea
astoria, 26c. Soothing Syrup, 20c. Cephal
Heliaxionna Plasters l?.-. Carter"? Pills,
?100. Fellow's Syrup M OO. Carr's Cor
d sure killer of Bed Btigs, with brush, 25c.
JE ROHE P. CARR.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRUGGISTS, Court St. and Green St.
AMBROSIA BLUSH, r.e. _ PINEAPPLE SNOW, 5c.
D.G.PORTER. L.C.W. PAGE.
PORTER & PAGE,
Railroad Contractors. Grading and Bridge Work,
Office 315 High Street, Portsmouth, Va.
PHONE 2257._ mh:3-3m
THE BEST MADE_?v.
(W. St J. PHRKER'S)
EUREKH FLOUR
IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT TRY IT.
?GRAND CONTINUATION OF?
M. Rosenbaum's Retiring Sa'e
He is to retire from business. Store for rent and fixtures
for sale. The entire stock must be sold. Men's and Chil?
dren's Clothing, Hats a^id Furnishings will be sacrificed a:
such prices that will defy competition/
Felt Hat;
Men's Derby and Alpine Hits?
The $1 Cr. grade j( 79c
The M.W grade at 9$ i,
Tli" $2 00 grade i ! ? . t.
The 13.00 prada ai
Straw Hats.
The fOc. grade .-tic.
Tile 78c era.: JSc.
'I he Jl.oo Fi a<!-- Wc.
1 lie $1.3? grade M>c.
Men's N?ckwear.
Club Ties worth I5c? G'-'.c. each.
Club Tics worth J". .. 19c.
. MEN'S SUlTs '
Worth $10 for $4.98.
Great lot or Men's Hlack Clav Wor?
sted Suit splendidly lined and well
sewed?perfect la lit and finish?worth
every cent of $10.00?will so for
$4.98.
MEN'S bUITS
Worth $12 tor $6.40.
At this popular price you can take
your pirlc ot one hundred Men's Nobby
Suits, made of nil-wool Cheviots, Cas
sltnorcs and clean saving of almost
half.
B'ue Serge Suits.
Guaranteed color and w<ar. worth
$12.i0.
$6.98.
Dlue Serge Suits, worth $16.50.
$9 98.
$3.97.
MEN'< PANTS.
$;.?>-? and $;.:??> Men's Patus from sootl
serviceable materials. In - ' r.
tcrns. Without exception alaslu
$ i .73.
Boy's Long Pants Suits
$3.97.
For big- Boys, size M to Ifl years, and
for small Men tip to AS Inch breast
measurement. They're made of extra
fine Cheviots and Casslmere*. in th?
newest, neatest and nobbiest Spring
patterns. Wa sold tlieni right here for
*?! .**> and J7.SD, but they must go and
we offer the choice for
ft.KO and $5 00 Men's All-Wool farts.
hr\te from elenant and choice m:i
terms, stripes, plaids . t ? Mcsi won?
drous bargains ever offered for
98
SLASHING
BOYS' SUITS.
What
terrible cutting in prices
, .. Sut In our b.g BIO U
cluded. You can take your pick, ai :
at i>ric<s forVlcsa than st. Kc C?r
and Double-Breastcd styles, sizis 3 to
lu year.*.
$?00 Bults will no tor ?ic.
j:.t?> Hu'.;< will mo !" r $1.15.
$;;..'ji SUIts will g-> for $1.63
$4.00 Suits will go for $2.35.
Men's Garters.
French B.ilbriggan
Underwear.
B0c. grade to so at 39c.
25c. grade to go at 19Vic.
One lor String Tie's, in the new<
feels worth 25c.i?
612 c. each.
Men's Striped Ofiice Coats.
IiOt of Men's Striped Office Co*t8, in
sizes from 3! to 54, worth 75c..will go at
36C.
Pine quality Night Sh r:s, worth
$1.00, to close at
53c.
Sweet-Orr Overalls and Jumpers, 59c.
7Vy. ROSENBRUM,
_116 and 118 High Street, Portsmouth, Va._
BERKLEY.
Mrs. Pat Deans ,of Liberty street,
will visit friends in Suffolk to-day.
Mr. Kcslor was before the Mayor
yesterday morning for harboring a dog
and not paying the tax on It.
Mr. A. L. Whltehurat will visit Suf?
folk to-day on business.
The citizens of South Norfolk wish
to extend thanks to the South Norfolk
Hose Companny and the citizens for
their valiant services In stamping out
the fire which occurred In Mr. J. A.
McCloud's mill Monday night.
Don't forget the Song Recital to?
night nt Main Street Christian Church.
Prof. J. W. Roberta is visiting his
father, near Windsor.
One of the largest social events of I
the season took place In the Liberty
Street Methodist Church yesterday af?
ternoon nt 4 o'clock. The occasion was
the marriage of Miss Jennie Lutton, the
charming and accomplished daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lutton, of
South Norfolk, to Mr. Samuel W. Wil?
son, a well and favorably known
young business infill._also Of that
place.
The beautiful nuptial rites of that
church were Impressively solemnized
by Rev. Paul Bradley, the pastor, as?
sisted by Rev. T. Clagett .Skinner, pas?
tor of the Berkley Avenue Baptist
Church, under a double arch, very
handsomely arranged. The bride was
very becomingly attired In a while or?
gandie over silk, a bridal veil and car?
ried a boQUet of bride roses. Miss Ef
fle Lutton, sister of the bride. was
maid of honor, and Mr. Henry Wilson,
brother of the groom, was best man.
Following were the ushers: Messrs. S.
N. Btheredge and W. \V. Mercer, of
Brambleton; W. S. Rouutree, of South
Norfolk, and E. L. Cox, of Berkley.
The floral decorations were very elab?
orate, consisting of palms, ferns and
Mowers. The pulpit was a scene of vei -
itabte beauty. Prof. Charles F. Heard
presided at the organ and n part of the
choir of the Chestnut Street M. B.
Church participated in the chorus. At
the conclusion of the ceremony and af?
ter congratulations were extended, the
happy couple embarked on a Northern
wedding tour.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson on their return
will reside in t'.ieir handsome new res?
idence in South Norfolk.
Many 'beautiful and costly presents
were the gifts to the bride.
A CONCERT.
There will be a concert given under
the auspices of the Berkley baseball
club on Friday evening, June 16, at
Pythian Hall, the proceeds to he used
in building covered seats for the spe -
tators at the games played on the
Hardy property. Mr. William Rich?
ards, the noted and very popular has- >;
Mr. Walter Dey and Mr. W. p. Lum
ley. of Norfolk, will as=!st, as will also
the popular male quartette of B?rkl?y.
Messrs. W. n. Dougherty, J. F, Davis
N. F. Allen and W. o. Prltchard. The
affair promises to be a great success,
and it is hoped that the boys will be
BERKLEY ADVTS
C1 R A T F. S. ? A PIRST-CLASS CAR
j bage and eantu'.oup.- Crat'- f r -.,
by W, K. WINBOP.NK at No 282 Water
street. Norfolk. Factory, Berkley. Va.
S. S. 'phone 12(0. J.-i-lm
JOHN S. ETHERIDGE.
UVERT ?NU BOAKDINU STA2tL.ES.
BErtKUET. VA.
Norfolk sad r?r;arr;ouin trad* solicited.
Ntn Phone No. 1.291
encouraged In Ihclr undertaking by the
patronage ot" Hie people.
FEDERATION OP ZIONISTS.
On Wednesday <inite a number of
the Hebrew merchants of the town or?
ganized a branch society ot what is
known as the "Federation ot American
Zionists." The meeting was held in
Mr. H. Goodman's store, <>n Liberty
street extend, cl, nt which time the fol?
lowing otliecrs were elected: It. Good
man, Chalrmnh; M. Goodman, Secreta?
ry; Rev. Max Levitt, Keeper of Fi?
nance;
They organized with twenty-six
members, nnd purpose t>> hold meetings
once a month at Pythian Hall, ;t it
can bo necttrcd.
The purposes of the organization
which they claim are pretty well
known throughout Ihne Kastern. Middle
Atlantic and Southern States, is to
raise money to purchase and repossess
Zlon.
The second annual conference of this
body will be held in Baltimore Sunday
and" Mond y. the ISth anil 19th insts.,
and ea> h society of twenty-five m m
bers will be entitled to one delegate.
Rev. Max Levitt, of the Hebrew Syn?
agogue, on Eleventh street, has been
elected to represent this Federation at
the annual meeting-.
RANDOLPH'S NEW TRIAL.
THE GOVERNMENT OP COLOMBIA
MAKES A CONCESSION'.
(By Telegraph to Vlrginlan-Pllot.)
Washington, June 8.?Probably In a
spirit of comity toward the United
States, the government of Colombia has
granted ??> new trial to the American,
Randolph, otherwise Radford, now in
Jail at Mcdallln, convicted of murder.
Randolph has had a checkered career,
! being :i scion of one of the lirst fami
j lies of Alabama, then a refugee tl :n
I his coil>ytry and again convicted of
! murdei and tmder sentence of death
] In Colombia. Th- State Dep rtm nl
? has taken an active interest in his bo
[ half at Instance of his ft tends, and o\v
I lug to tts efforts th" Colombian gov
; ornment first commuted i.is sentence ??
a long- term of Imprisonment nnd has
now ordered a re-trial.
net In my klarer iteiirtl I'rnm.
(By Telegraph to Vjrslnlan-Piiot.J
I London, June 8.?The Standard to?
day say.-- that Mr. Stanton S1 s. sec?
retary of the United States legation at
Madrid, left that city Tuesday in order
to meet the newly appointed United
States Minister. Mr. Bellamy Storer,
formerly United States Milliter a!
Brussels; at San Sebastian, where Mr.
Btorer was due to nrrive yesterday.
Hi Will stay there for two day.-, it
Is added, before proceeding to Madrid
and \v;tl pnr-tit his cred ::t: i!s to th
Queen Regent next week.
I . ii '< I on r? I |n? en.
(By Teirgmrh to Vlrtrininn-Pllot.)
Washington. June 8.?The reunion ..f
the Daughters of the i'uifederacy at
Glen Echo ended to-day. The slim
attendance yesterday ami some dissat?
isfaction with the arrangements caus?
ed the abandonment of the program.
|>r, .1.1 . - , (? ?.. i,. ,,,) . rlj,,
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.1
Washington. June 8.- The itinerary of
the President's New England trip Is
almost completed. He will leave here
on Friday June ID and will be ateem
acout ten days.
;QJilOi Of JIM SPEER
(Continued from Fli n rage.)
This Is a fundamental principle- of ci?
vilization, and however terrible the
provocation, no pcopl<- can shatter the
bad o prln< Iples of the social system In,
order to wreak a lawless vengeance]
upon a vicious Individual without en?
tailing up m every bo.iy >f every class
the inevitable return of all of those ca?
lamities which clyflisRl .-. lias labored
for centuries to avoid.
MOL! VIOLrENCB D101 * 11 IC ATE D.
"In those courts jvh< ro I have pre?
sided for many years I have >f'.en wit?
nessed negroes d>? their wh le duty toI
t!-.. government ami to n n-residents I
aga :.st every power ? : ndv cacy und
every prejudice of th-1 pas! 1 h;iv<
r known them to f :\elr duty
:o the rieht by a dlsr ? ;.l c-f the
Juror's oath. These th know and
i her? and now di> deeli i understand-1
Ing the full significance of ?hat I say.
that till these tragic it. Idents as they1
have been spread bejfoic ... co?ntry-?f
late In all their slckenli : and fearsome
d.'iatls. are utterly fori isn and abnorr
mal to \h<- character ? this people as
! have known and lov ; ? from child?
hood dnys. and 1 shnil love and know
It until my eyes are* closed In death/'
Ii.Iii ?> !>?? mi tit ? r nr.. Mnnrgr.
iDv Tfitsriu h to Vlrcti an-Pllot.)
Petersburg. Ya., June S.?Mr. Alien
Gee, a tvidely-^tnowh citizen of Prince
George county, died v-ry suddenly
about 1 o'clock tnLs morning. His
death is supposed to have been catwed
from apoplexy, lie retired last night]
In his usual health. Mr. Gee had been
.i great sufferer from rheumatism, and
about two years ago had an attack ol
paralysis whtch affect. .1 his speech.
The deceased was a brother of lion.
Charles Ceo, special deputy United
States internal revenue collector, and
Captain Edmund Gee.
? iniittgrni ion lloguintloMAi Proiiiul*
a.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
VVashlngtOlJ, .lune- S As-:stant Sec.
retary Melklcjohh tb-day promulgated
Immigration regulations for the island
of Cubit. Those regulations are sub?
stantially the sumo as those now in
tor. e lor the United SI il <. except tint
the regulations for Cuba make no dis?
tinction between aliens arriving from
Cunndii and Mexico and other foreign
countries, as Is done In the regulation!
for this country.
? nrrlv*' Xew linlinli < nnilnnl?.
(By Telegraph to Vlrglnlan-Pllot.)
Rome, June S.?It Is officially an?
nounced that the Pope, at a secret con?
sistory, on June 19, will create twelve
Italian Cardinals, Including the Nuncio
at Madrid, the Avchblshi p >.f Gorlts,
the Archbishop of Toulouse the Latin
Patriarchs Of Constantinople and An
tioch; and others. A public consisto?
ry will lie held on June 22d, when a
number of Italian and foreign bishops
will be preconiscd.
S|>mii?ti I i'^iiikiuN llratlquitrter*.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot)
Washington, June 8.?The Spanish
legation has been re-established at the
handsome quarters' formerly occupied
by Ministers Dupuy de Lome and Polo,
at the corner ot Massachusetts avenue
and lilghtcontli street. The archives
of the legation have been taken from
the Austrian-Hungarian legation and
set up in the place they formerly occu?
pied.
rivll "crvln* Kuleii ? tii>Mi?lert.
(By Telegraph to Virgin inn-Pilot.)
Washington, .Juno 8.?The President
has approved an amendment to rule 6
of the Civil Service rules excepting
from exnmlnntlOBhl'onc assistant post?
master of eitler assistant lo the post?
master at each pbstoDlce. This posi?
tion had been excepted prior to the Is?
sue of the President's recenl order and
was overlooked in the drafting of the
order.
"FIGHTING JOE."
fFroni ihr; Sacramento Pee.]
General Wheat* ;??axosc from his old
seal and asked tor recognition.
"Mr.: Speaker." he culled, "l ask un?
animous consent to speak for live niin-l
Utes."
Put the Speaker disregarded him. |
Every eye was now riveted upon the>
diminutive figure of the grizzled old
veteran of two wars. Mr. Payne moved
a recess of ten minutes.
' Pending that. I ask the unanimous
consent to speak for three minutes," de?
manded Mr. Wheeler.
The Speaker then turned toward him -
f.>:- the first time, and. looking straight
into the gray eyes of the general. Ig?
nored his request completely, putting?
tlon of Mr. Payne and declaring
it carried.?Press Dispatch.
On Santiago's sultry field a weakened
soldier le y:
His slender frame was fever-racked,
his locks were tinged with gray.
But. ah. his heart was young with hope,
his mind devoid of fear.
And v. hen the notes of battle fell upon
his Itst'ning ear.
He crt< I "Bring me a horse," In tones
s.. resolute, though weak
That i o n< there lhat day denied Jo*
V. i. ?' right to speak.
The New York Ornamental Brick
ny has bi >n formed, with $25.000
CS| ??>. to manufacture patent bricks
a. Buyonne. N. J. Henry R. Frey may
be addressed.
The Atlantic Brass Company, recent?
ly incorporated in New Jersey, it Is
understood. Intends manufacturing pa?
tent bearings for car axles. Robert S.
Green, of Elizabeth, N. J., mav bo ad?
dressed.
e. i.. mayi:r. wm. m. wh.vi.et
MAYER & CO
Manufacturers' Agents. Importers and
Dealers In
MACHINERY
ard supplies. Tool*. Shafting and Pulleys.
Engines and Boilers, Pump?. Injectors.
Syphones Hose. Iron Pipe and Filings,
t Valves, Cocks . Saws, Kafling Gear,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Belling, Packing,
Waste lioa. Steel. Nail... Oils. Cordage.
v .? guarantee '.lie quality of our goods
and also prompt delivery, and with In?
creased facilities we are prepared to meet
competitors Inquiries and orders so?
licited.
SS COMMERCIAL place.
NORFOLK.V1P.GINIA.
Julj eou-:y
Norfolk iron Works.
GEO, W. DUVAL & C0?
NO. 15 WATE It STP.KET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. BOILERS, sawmill and
.ill kinds of machinery of the most im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at th?
shortest notice. Particular attention to
steamboat work. DC V a L s PATENT
HOI LC.lt TUBE FEPKCLES are the
onlv perfect remedy for leaky boiler
tubes. They can bo Inserted In a few
minutes by any engineer, and aro war.
ranted to stop leaks.
W. H. TAYLOR & CO.,
224 Water Street.
RAILROAD, STEAM HO AT AND MILD
SUPPLIES.
Agents for this section for the sale of
Ciraton .i- Knight's Leather Belting. New
York Belting and Packing Company's
Rubber Goods. Knowlton's Patent Pack?
ing. Snow Steam l'umus. my~-lm
THE HENRY WALKE CO..
SAW HILL,
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"(', ant"' and "Giant Planer." Leather
Belting, "Giant." "Granite," and "Shaw
nut" Rubber Belting.
Agent for Knowfea' Steam Pumping
Muchluc.
MACHINERY!
For Lowest Prices
and Best Terms
on Portable. Stationery, Corliss and Ma?
rin?' Engines, Steam Boilers, all styles and
sizes; ?>;..??.. Gasolene und Naptha Kn
i^in.'^. Electric Motors, Saw, Grist and
Shingle Mdis, Wood Working Machines,
Belting, Scales of al! kinds, ?>ic. Call on
or wntc to
?
MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
No. 303 Water street (Roper Hulldlns).
Both phones No. 4. Norfolk. Va.
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A Philadelphi.! gentleman suffered from nervous dyspepsia for
nine years, so badly that at times he w.is afraid to eat anything. Ho
concluded to try Ripans Tabules, and at once received great benefit.
"They have cured ;ne of that trembling in the chest." he says, "|
can cat almost anything, have an excellent appetite and do not
have a headache any more."
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