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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS!
OF MORE THAN PASSING NOTE A Compilation of Miscellaneous News Matter in Condensed Form. FRESH CLEAN AND BRIGHT A Dally Directory of tbe Hnppenlng* Of a Day Briefly Told, 'Itaonsli Bmnll None in? I.eai Iutereailug and Imporlnat-Inrorrnnilon for Tboae Woo Neck to Know uu?l Un? derstand Wbal la Guluc od Aiaoue ?tie l'copio. The funeral of Mr. John A. Silver thorn will take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock from St. Paul's Catholic Church. R. S. Brooks gives notice of the re? moval of his business from 411 Court to 829 High street. See ad. A nice house Is offered for sale. See lid. A party of young people on Dinwlddlc street will go Into camp at Ocean View for two weeks. They go down to-mor? row. They will be chaperoned by Mrs. Richard Vermllllon. Mr. W. F. Larabee. past grand mas? ter I. O. O. F., and Mr. Mitchell, past grand patrlach, were in the city to? day and will attend the meeting of the Daughters of Rebekah to-night. Mrs. Emily and Mrs. C. W. Jackson, of 917 County street, are visiting rela? tives in Suffolk. The Dismal Swamp Canal will be opened to navigation about August 1st. A party of Brooklyn bicyclists visited the yard yesterday. A board, consisting of Dr. Howard E. Aimes, president; Dr. Joseph A. Guth crle, recorder, and Dr. Gates, met and ?was organized at the navy yard yes? terday for the purpose of examining ap? plicants for the position of naval chem? ists. There are twelve applicants for the place. The Rev. W. F. Fisher, pastor of the Fourth Street Baptist Church; John A. Morris, president, and W. J. Baker, eeoretary of the local district union; M. H. Beale and A. J. Rutter, will be dele? gates from here to the International B. Y. P. U., which meets In Richmond to? morrow. A colored man named George Cornlck was arreBted In Norfolk yesterday and turned over to the county authorities. He Is wanted for threatening the life of Ben Gregory on June 24th. Father Brady and Father Hanley are In attendance on the Retreat of the Catholic priests of Virginia at George? town, D. C. In the Hustings Court Mrs. Martha Gregg, who keeps a boarding house on Clifford street, is suing for a judgment of $67 against Robert Dozwcll. Mrs. Gregg's claim originated In a fight be? tween Dozwell and a man named Hill, which occurred in the house last winter, ?when a lot of furniture Was broken. Dozwell was fined $10 by the court and assessed the amount of the damages, but he contends that Mrs. Gregg's esti? mate of damages Is excessive. Miss B. L. Gary, of Hampton, State president of the Daughters of Rebekah, 6s in the city on a visit to Mrs. liObron, on South and Middle streets*. She will attend the Installation of officers at the Rebekah Dodge to-night. A salesman Is wanted at 618 Crawford Street. Apply as directed and you may secure a position. Mr. John A. Morris Is selling boys' washable pants, from 4 to 14 years of age, from 25 cents to $1. See ad. The colored man Henderson Pierce, ?who was charged with stealing beer bottles, had a hearing yesterday and was dismissed. There were four drunks in the May? or's Court yesterday. All of thorn were assessed the usual fine. Miss Nellie Neville continues quite sick at her father's residence, on Lon? don street. The Portsmouth baseball team has re? ceived a letter from the Tarboro team, stating that they will come here Satur? day ami play the All Americas. Mr. John W. H. Porter will leave to? day as a delegate to the District Con? ference. All the delegates to the District Con? ference will leave to-day for Frank? lin. Mrs. Charles T. Bland and children will leave to-day for Gloucester coun? ty to spend the summer. The case of the Portsmouth street railroad, charged with running a flat wheel car, came up In the Mayor's Court yesterday, and was continued until to-day. The Virglntan-Pllot has been request? ed to call the attention of the author? ities to the break-neck manner In which the street cars run around the corner of Court and North streets. Yesterdav a lady In a buggy came near being cut down by one of the cars. A white man named Ritas, who as? sisted the prisoners In the county Jail to try and escape, was given thirty days tn Jail yesterday by Justice Bunt? ing. A negro named Outlaw, who complet? ed a sentence In the city Jail yesterday, was turned over to the county authori? ties to be tried for stealing $4.60. A negro named Phillips was given thirty days yesterday for walking Into ? man's house named Hallanl, and help? ing himself to something to eat. There will he a marriage at St Paul's Catholic Church this after Boon. Doers are getting to be a nuisance Bowling around the streets nights. Some of them should be disposed of in some sjray. Mr. E. Broughton h?>s been nppointod temporary tlllerman of the hook and ladder company In place of Mr. W. J. Dlllsbury, who has been elected a po? liceman. A good sized crowd went down to Columbia Park last night to hear the opera. A small son of Captain R. P. Bunt? ing was badly burned last Sunday while fooling with kerosene oil. He set fire to the can, and In attempting to put It out he was burned about the face and Bands. Read the card of the Independent Fire Company, in which thev express their thanks for the kindness extended to them. George Deik, the negro who snatched a pocketbook from a lady, was fined $5 and costs. There will be a large excursion In from Lewlston on the Tar River Road to-day. A private picnic party will go to Port Norfolk to-day and spend the day. TRANSFERS OF CITY PROPERTY. R. H. Owens and wife to O. C. A. Bindewald, lot 33& by 85 feet on the south side of London, between Dln widdie nnd Washington; $1,145. B. H. Owens and wife to R. R. Ro? bertson, lot on the south side of London, between Dlnwlddle and Washington; $1,145. Kosa T. Menger and others to Jacob Goodman and others, lot with appurte? nances on the southeast corner of Glas? gow and Pearl; $1,100. Park View Land and Improvement Company to W. S. Morton, lota 4 to 19 on the south side of Stonewall; also lot 21; also lots 100 and 101 and 10 feet of lot 99 at Chestnut and Jackson etreets; $3.335. John T. King and wife to W. L. Wil? liams, lot, with appurtenances, east side of Dlnwlddle, adjoining E. C. Hrnnks' and Wm. A. Edwards' linee; $2,400. Park View Land and Improvement Company to Mary Griffiths Vlrnclson, lot Intersection Efllngham and Emmett streets; also lot on Etltngham street; $795. Park View Land and Improvement Company to E. V. White and N. F. Richardson, lots 34 and 35, north side Stonewall street; $370. J. T. Parker & Bro. to Jacob Good? man, lot 15 by 68, southwest corner Green and Scott etreets; $1,100. MR. FUNSTEN'S CONSECRATION It Is announced that Bishop Whltaker, of Pennsylvania; Bishops Gibson nnd Whittle, of Virginia; Cheshire, of North Carolina; Barrett, of Maryland; Peter kin, of West Virginia; Randolph, of Southern Virginia, nnd Penlck, former? ly Bishop of Africa, will participate In the consecration of the Rev. J. B. Fun ston as Bishop of Boise to-morrow. In addition to these distinguished church? men twenty or thirty clergymen will certainly attend the service, and there will probably be many more than this number. The Idea of holding the communion service In the early morning, as an? nounced last Sunday, has been aban? doned, and the regular morning service and communion will be held at 11 o'clock, to be followed by the consecra? tion service. The Vlrglnlnn-Pllot acknowledges the following invitation to be present: The Vestry of Trinity Church cor? dially Invite you to be present nt the consecration of the Reverend James Bowen Funstcn, as Missionary Bishop of the Jurisdiction of Boise, on Thurs? day morning, July 13th, nt half afier ten o'clock, Trinity Church, Ports? mouth, Virginia. FUNERALS. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Dolan, wife of Mr. Wm. T. Dolan, took place yes? terday afternoon from the residence of her husband, No. 303 Henry street. The services were conducted by Rev. Father .Jackson, of Norfolk. The remains were Interred In St. Paul's Catholic Ceme? tery- The following gentlemen acted as pall-hearers: Thomas and Frances O'Rourke. Dennis Michaels, John Rea? gan, Joseph Joyce, Edward Oakes, P. J. Lyons and John Walsh. The funeral of little Gladys Marie Pettijohn, who died at the Beach, took place yesterday afternoon from the residence of her parents, No. 719 Fourth street. The services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Eggleston, assisted by Rev. Dr. Fisher. The remains were in? terred In Oak Grove Cemetery. PORTSMOUTH MAN IN TROUBLE. Information from Cumberland, Md., dated Tuesday, sayB: "John L. Rey? nolds, who has papers showing he was honorably discharged from Company L, Old Dominion Guard. Fourth Virginia Volunteers, after service In Cuba, was locked up to-night with three other men, who were tramping, for vicious assault on Thomas Gray, a Baltimore and Ohio conductor, who refused to buy pencils Reynolds was trying to sell. Citizens pursued the men nnd Reynolds nnd the others were badly battered after a general melee- One of the men was found In a box car under three bags of salt. Reynolds claims to he front Portsmouth, Va. About 1,000 peo? ple surrounded the tramps nnd threat? ened lynching" RESIGNATION ACCEPTED. Mr. Samuel L. Neville, having ac? cepted a position with it cotton house in Texas and will shortly leave for that place, on Monday night tendered hi? resignation as financial secretary of Tidewater Lodge. I. O. O. P., which wnci nceente.l with regrets. Mr. Neville has been an active mem? ber of the bulge since Its organization, and the lodge parts with him with re? gret. Mr. C. W. King was elected to fill the vacancy. SLIGHT FIRE. Last night Mr. Fanney and wife, who live at 714 Green street, went to church nnd left a lamp burning in the house during their absence. The lamp ex? ploded, setting lire to the carpet, which spread to the lace curtains, and but for some persons in the neighborhood who saw the danger and burst the door open and beat the Are out, the entire build? ing and contents would have been de? stroyed. No alarm was turned In. THE RALEIGH WILL HAVE EX? TENSIVE REPAIRS. The survey on the Raleigh has been approved. She will have new boilers, new decks, new bulkheads and hatches, and a better system of ventilation. The heavy masts she now has will be re? moved nnd lighter ones put In their place. The work will be done at Ports? mouth, N. H., but should have been done by the men who built her. The cost of her repairs will be $245,000. WANTED IN NANSBMOND. John Williams, the negro who was arrested on suspicion of having stolen a $35 watch which he tried to sell for $5. is wanted |n Nanscmond county on a charge of burning a barn nnd the larceny of ihe watch mentioned, which belongs to a gentleman near Bennett's Creek. The Nnnsemond authorities will bo here Saturday after him. NAVAL ORDERS. These naval orders have been issued: Assistant Surgeon R. K. McClanahan, detached from the Naval Hospital nt Philadelphia and ordered to the naval station at Key West. Passed Assistant Surgeon R. G. Rrod rlck, granted six months' sick leave. Surgeon L, B. Baldwin, detached from the naval station nt Key West and or. tl.red to the New York hospital for treatment. Paymaster W. R. Wllcox, sentenced by general court martial to be reduced to foot of paymaster's list and receive half pay for one year. We keep every shape of collars. Let us sell you your collars. Chas. R, Wel ton & Co. PEOPLE'S FOR?H. NOTE.?The People's Forum being freely open to all parties, classes, per? sons, views and capacities, the Vir? ginian-Pilot Is responsible for none of the statements nor opinions ex? pressed therein, nor for the style in which they are set forth. The Ignorant and uneducated shall be beard her? equally with the learned. A COMPLAINT. Portsmouth, Va., July 10, 1899. Editor Vlrginlan-PUot: Dear Sir?We noticed an article in your paper several days ago signed "Sufferer," In regard to Washington street where It Intersects with High. After seeing such appeals from the tax? payers (who must necessarily support our city government) we fall to see why some action Is not taken to remedy this great evil that Is complained of. 1 say evil, because surely It must be an evil. If It Is injuring and undermining "Sufferer's" property as stated In the communication. The writer happened to pass down High street about 10 o'clock Saturday night just about the time the fire bells were ringing, and during that hard shower, and the streets at the corner of High and Washington, looked like a river, with the water flowing over the railroad tracks and down Washington street, tearing up and washing away not only the cinders placed there by the rail? road company, but actually tearing up the oyster shells In the street. Of course. If this water could run off, as It did when the water pipe was first put down, it would take away the dirt and filth that Is carried to that corner from the surrounding lots and streets. Hut. as It Is, the wood, etc.. Is washed on the sidewalks nnd left there, which must be injurious to the health of those living in that section. This fact hns been clearly demonstrated within tho past two mor.'ths, when it wns a com? mon occurrence to see from two to three M. D.'s buggies on Washington, be? tween High and Queen streets, in one day. and a gentleman, living In the im? mediate vicinity for twelve or fourteen years. Informs us that chills and fevers were unknown in the neighborhood when this Water could run off and car? ry the poison away. We happened to bo pnssing down Washington street when the sewer pipe was run on the block in question, and we noticed that the water pipe was broken about where the sewer pipe had to be run. Instead of taking out all of the broken pipe at that time, as should have been done, we saw only a few joints or sections re? moved and new pipe put in for a short distance, leaving the broken and crush? ed pipe at cither end, just to catch the dirt and rubbish and obstruct the outlet. The question was nsked at the time why the broken water pipe was not replaced with new. as It was a con? venient time and would cost le3s then than It would later on. and It was stated the whole matter would be at? tended to soon: thus the trouble was not remedied, and we suppose the tax? payers are getting tired paying out their money and having to submit to such injustice. Why, Mr. Editor, it is a common thing to see the gentlemen who live on the square in question, with rubber boots, broom and shovel, washing and scrubbing the sidewalks after a rain, preferring that dirty work to having tho miasmatic filth remain In front of their homes. It Is a very small matter to relieve the block In question, notwithstanding the fact that such an enormous sum has been reported in the estimate to the City Council, nnd it strikes us that the city may possibly have something to pay in the way of damages If this thing is not attended to soon. With the railroad tracks on High street, at the corner of Washington, about six or eight inches above the level, on account of the shells and dirt washing away, it Is ever dangerous for our lire engines or hook and ladder truck to pass that way. Should they have occasion to come down Washington street, which is possible at any time, nnd the fire en? gine were to break down, it would no doubt cost the city quite a sum, to say nothing of the dilemma In which we would be placed, especially If we had only one fire engine in commission. We now hear it stated that as soon as the rubbish Is cleared up around Ht. Pauls Catholic Church the work will be started up nnd pushed to comple? tion as speedily as possible. We would like to ask why It is that the contrac? tors on this kind of work are allowed so much greater privileges than other contractors? Our city ordinances only allow one-third of the street for nny material used for building purposes, and we really think the contractors have, at this point on Washington street, about three-fourths, or nearly the whole street. Resides this, the stone has been piled up there so long that they never think of placing any lights on them at night. Of course, this is a direct violation of our city ordinances, and, of course, that is no man's bus? iness, but what the taxpayers want is for the "City Fathers" to order the rubbish removed from Washington and Hjgh streets nnd the unsightly and disease-breeding nuisance abated as soon as possible. Yours for justice, HIGH STREET. STOLEN BICYCLE RECOVERED. Monday night Mr. John Ryder was visiting on Washington street. While in the house he left his wheel sitting by tho side of the porch. When he went to leave his wheel was gone. He reported the facts to Officer Winnlng der about midnight. Yesterday the wheel wns found in the possession of a. negro named Wm. Hntrd. who claimed that he bought It from another darkey. He wns allowed to go off, while an officer wont in search of the mnn whom he claimed sold it to him. but he failed to find him. Consequently he will have to bear tho punishment. DEATH OK MR. M'MA HON. Mr. John J. McMuhon, a well-known Norfolk county merchant, died at his residence, corner of County street ex? tended and First avenue. Inst night at S:30 o'clock. In the 41st year of his age. He leaves a wife and six children. Mr. McMnhon wns for a number of years quite prominent in Norfolk county and has quite a number of friends who will regret to learn of his death. His fune? ral will be held nt the cemetery this afternoon and will be perfectly private. THE INDEPENDENT PICNIC. The Independent Fire Company car? ried about seven hundred people on their excursion yesterday. AH who went spent a pleasant day. The game of ball was won by the Independent club. Score?IS to 12. Willie Boush and Forest Pable took the first prize at the cake walk. STEALING IN THE COUNTY. Robberies In the county seem to have I broken out afresh. There has been quite a number In tho past ten days. Sunday a negro went Into Mr. J. H. Bassett'a house, on the Branch, and stole his dress coat. Several other Dlaces have suffered In a similar manner. Monday night some ono broke open the front door of Mr. McClennan Cul pepper's store, corner of South and Pine streets, and carried off a number of things from the store. The authorities have their suspicions and are keeping a lookout for them. CAKE WALK AND MINSTRELS. To-night Columbia Park will again have a termendous crowd to witness the cake walk and over-laugnable min sterls- These entertainments arc draw? ing splendid audiences from Ports? mouth, Norfolk and the surrounding cities, which prove their popularity and help a charity needed in our midst? the city hospital. in KU. SILVERTHORN?At his late residence, on Butler street, Park View, Portsmouth Va., On Monday, Julv 10, 1S99, nt 8:30 p. m., JOHN A. SILVERTHORN, aged 73 years. The funeral services will take place THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON nt S o'clock from St. Raul's Catholic Chapel. Friends and acquaintances are Invited to attend. McMAHON?On Tuesday, July 11th, nt S:30 p. m., at his residence corner of County street extended and First avenue, JOHN J. McMAHON. aged 41 years. Funeral private Til 19 (Wednesday) AF? TERNOON at 3 o'clock. FOR SALE?NICE HORSE. 5 TEARS old, sound and gentle; afraid nothlnK," sold because I have no uso for him. R. S. BROOKS. 329 High street. FnGLE MAN WANTS-TWO OR three unfurnished connecting Rooms I In Portsmouth. Prlvato family preferred. State terms with and without board. Box 406, Norfolk, Va. Jyll-3t? WANTED?TO BUY PROPERTY IN Norfolk or Portsmouth; must be cheap. Store for rent, suitable for furni? ture; or second-hand business. Bar for rent. Apnly 314 County street, Portsmouth. je-23-tf AGENTS WANTED?TO CANVASS Virginia and North Carolina; some? thing new; takes at slirht: experience un? necessary. Address, "SUPPLY." this of? fice. Jy'J-::t A CARD. We. the members of the Independent Firo Company, desire to return our thanks to Ihr- Insurance Companies and all citi? zens who so kindly loaned us a helping hand in making our picnic a grand suc? cess. It SOUP FURNISHED FAMILIES. Mr. H. O. PEARSON will. In addition to furnishing meals, furnish families with Soup In any quantity at reasonable rates. Who Did the Cutting? Tho wind Is blowing our way. Chris Lipps' and Polar Soap Powder at 3e. Ideal, Hoe Cake, Babbits' Soap and Lye at 3c. package. Seowreno at 3c. pnekajre. Soaps to wash at any price. Come and see for yourself. Respectfully, R. E. KING & BRO., Corner Efflngham and Londan Sts. Both 'phones. The goods can't be bought by the mer? chants at these figures. Fine Dellicatessen All varieties staple and fancy food, fresh meats and vegetables. Another lot of those line Silver Pn-inlums to arrive Monday. Got our premium .aid; use It, and be satisfied. ALLEN Sc JARVIS. S. S. 'Phone. 1!?6. 600 and 502 County 6t. Columbia Park Attractions WEEK OF JULY JO. BENEFIT CITY HOSPITAL. Monday. Tuesday and Friday ? Comic Opera? Ye Leven Dwarfs. Wednesday and Saturday ? Minstrels anil Cake Walk. Thursday?Living Pictures and Fancy Dances._ Orchestra for week?Naval Post. ADMISSION. 15 cents. Reserved Seats 10c. extra, on sale at Schmole's book store <and at Park. Jytl-itt Slab Wood and Board Ends. H. B. WILK1NS has dry, fresh water Slab Wood, dry dressed Board Ends: also dry Pine and Oak Wood. Try it. Old 'phone No. 2118. Jy2-?m_ CELERY SALAD Is a delightful relish. Lart;e bottles, only 25c. Spiced Mixed Pickles, sweet and sour; domestic and Imported Chow-Chow and Sauces, Catsup. Capers, Salad Oil, Salad DresslnR, |0C. and 25c. Popper Sauce and other condiments and relishes. Pickled Lambs' Tongues, &c. each. E. R. BARKSDALE BOTH PHONES. 129 COURT ST. ICE CREAM" Wcare ready to furnish you with -CRBAM at all times and all kinds. VIRGINIA ICE CREAM GOrV.PANY, Old 'Phone, 2228. New 'Phone, 1323. Jy2-lm INVENTORY SALE ?AT W. C. HASH'S In order to reduce our stock before tak? ing Inventory, we will sell everything In the Dry Goods Department at cost for the next two weeks. "Seeing is bei evlng." That is what tho great rush of people said who crowded our store yesterday. This is no fake sale. Come and see for ' yourself. Come early and get the pick of good bargains which arc going at exact what they cost. Embroideries, Lawns. Percale Shirt Waists, Skirts, Dress Good.-. Table Linen, Towels. Children's Parasols, Fancy R b bons. Pique, Colored Duck. Dress Ging? hams, and lots of other things that we haven't space to mention. W C NASH. STORE CLOSES AT 6 P. M, A SURPRISE. The well-known stock of BRESLAUER & ANTHONY at the mercy of the purchasing public. After considering the matter pro and con, we have decided to close out the balance of our stock at prices UNHEARD OF for first class goods. The goods that we carry are too well known by purchasers to need any commen? dations from us. The reasons for this GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE are, several. One is that clothing carried over from one season to another loses! at least 33 Yi of its value. Another reason is that we are compelled by the trade we have to show1 up only new goods at the opening of the season; and still another, if we can close out between $5,000 and $10,000 worth of goods and have that cash to worK on lor the coming season the same will make a vast difference. Thi? saie, to commence TUESDAY, July 11, and to last until further notice. Read carefully the prices. All our $7.50 Suits, $4.75. All our $S.30 Suits, $6.00. All our $0.00 Suits, $0.75. All our $10.00 Suits, $7.00. All our $12.50 Suits, $8.23. All our $13.50 Suits, JS.75. All our $13.00 Suits, $9.75. All our $16.50 Suits, $1100. All our $1S.00 Suits. $12.50. All our 50c. Shirts, 43c. All our 75c. Shirts, 55c. All our $100 Shirts. SOc. All our 50c. Summer Coats. 23c. All our 73c. Summer Coats, 50c. All our $1.00 Summer Coats, 75c. All our 15c. Collars. 10c. All our 10c. Collars. 8c. All our 25c. Cuffs. 20c. All our 15c. Cuffs, 11c. All our $7.00 rants, $5.50. All our$C.G0 Pants, $4.75. All our $6.00 Pants, $4.50. All our $300 Pants, $3.95. All our $1.50 Pants. $3.25. All our $1.00 Pants, $2.75. All our $:).50 Pants, 2.50. All our $2.00 Pants. $2.15. All our $2.50 Pants, $1.C5. All our $2.00 Pants, $1.40. All our 25c. Underwear. 21c. All our 35c. Underwear, 23c. All our f>0c. Underwear, 42c. All our 75c. Underwear, &5c. All our $3 no Crash Suits, $1.75. All our $3X0 Crash Suits, $2.25. All our $5.00 Crash Suits, $4.00. All our 15c. Hose, 10c. All our 20c. Hose, 15c. All our 2.3c. Hose, 21c. All our 50C, Hose, 43c. Besides the above there are several other lines of goods on which we have made the same proportionate reduction. All goods at these Greatly Reduced Prices are for Cash Only All alterations will be charged for. We close promptly at 7 p. m.; Saturday 11.30 p. m. BRESLAUER & ANTHONY, 114 HIGH STREET. Be sure you strike the right place. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY. $6.90 for Men's $12 Suits, I $1.98 for Boys' $3.50 Suits. I VAi for Men's 15c Hose jr 19c for Men's 25c lean Drawers. \ $1.98 for Men's $3-50 Pants. \ 19c for Men's 35c Underwear. X VAt for Men's Linen Collars, r 39c for Men's 75c Night Shirts 19c for Boys' 35c Hats. $4.97 for Men's $8.50 Suits | 39c for Boys' 75c Knee Pants. J 39c for Men's 74c Shirts 1 -??-4 4^c for Men's 10c Ties. $1.49 fot Men's $3 Cash Suits. THE NEW YORK CLOTHING COMPANY, 214 HIGH ST.^PORTSMOUTH, VA. THE BRHNDT CO. OUTFITTERS TO MEN. FOR THIS WE1EIK ONLY Special Sale of Men's Business and Dress Suits A good chance for you. We make two prices on our entire stock. Suits Worth up tu $10, $5.751 nils Worth up to $18, $9.25 We guarantee a perfect fit for all. The Suits are of the finest quality materials, styles and make. . . t_.\i Shoe Department HERE ARE TWO SPECIAL ITEMS FOP. THIS WEEK ONLY: Child's Black Lace Dress "1 On I Men's and Boys' Bicycleff i If} .Shoes, all leather regular $1.25 / Ob I Shoes, hlack and tan, sizes 3 lojt) I . I H values, sizes ,V2 10 11, for. * w ** I 10. 82 the real value.? ? ? ? This department has proven a mannet for the peoplfi ever sine? Us beginning. For good, comfortable, durable footwear at moderate prices, call at THE BRANDT CO., 213 and 215 High Street. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. FOR CASH ONLY. Seasonable Goods at Seasonable Prices Boys' Washable Linen Pants, ages 4 to 14 years?a new lot just received?2?c. a pair. Children's Wash Suits, beautiful styles, ages 4 to 10 years, at SOc, 75c. and ?1.00. JOHN JL. MORRIS. CASH AND ONE PRICE. 303 HIGH STREET, PORTSMOUTH. HAVE MOVED MY OFFICE FROM 411 COHRT STREET TO 329 HIGH STREET, whero I wlU ba pleased to see my friends and the public. I have a tine piece of city property for Falo cheap. Lots for sale in Park View, Cottage Place, I'rentiss Place, Pinner's Point and Brighton. Bell 'phone. R. S. BPOOKS, 329 High Street