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PORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS
S GATHERED
HERE AND THERE
Miscellaneous Happenings Conden?
sed For Virginian-Pilot Readers.
MOVEMENTS OF PEOPLE
Yl'hnt I? Coins On In nn<l Around
I'oriHiiioulli mid Nil till rbnil ?'?in?
mnultea umhere.i, Nifieii nud
told In Few Wonls-llio ?!??
I'reirnt nml tlic J'nnire lleveulcil,
nelnird nuil l'orenlin?ln weil.
Attention Is called to the ndvertlsc
ment i>f H. It. Wllkins In this issue, In
which lie tells you that the storm had
no effect, on his wood, i"'t that '"'
"las plenty, during which has been un?
ter cover all the time.
Attention is Called to the advertise?
ment of W. c. Nash, in which he t. <?>
you that you have one inn.- chance to
secure bargains for the next three
days.
Miss Lizzie S. .M 'i:?n. of Baltimore,
formorlv of this city, it* spending -i Cow
weeks with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
V. n. Stokes, of -lot Crawford sir. , t.
A telegram from the Be v. /-. S. Kur?
land, rector of St. John's Episcopal
Church, wiio is in Blcnmond, yesterday
announce that he returned last night,
and will conduct services as usual to?
day in St. John's i Ihurch.
Mr. YV. C. Betty, general manager of
the Carthage Bail way, a North Caro?
lina connection id' th- Seaboard Ail
Line, was here yesterday on business.
Attention is called to the advertise?
ment of Einmctt 1 >e.ins. See what he
has to say.
Mna. Kosa Thomas Mengcr arrived
here from Baltimore yesterday, and I?
stopping with her brother, -Mr. Necley
Thomas, on South street.
Mrs. YV. F. Carty and grand?
daughters, Misse? Albert ami Pied?
mont, returned yesterday from a trip
to Windsor. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Unwell returned
yesterday from Montgomery White
Sulphur, where they have been for a
month;
The votern of the Third Ward will
meet tit Overtoil's store, corner of Bart
and Efllngham streets, next Thursday
night, to nominate two Councllmen to
represent that ward, there being two
vacancies in said ward.
Rev. Mr. Keglest.>n arrived home yes?
terday. He will till his pulpit to-day.
Out of the live Methodist preachers
that are .stationed in the elty, four of
them arc absent from the city. Rev.
Mr. Beadles is the only one here.
Mr. Walter Stroud lefl yesterday for
Surry .??unity, to spend two weeks with
his family, who are visiting there.
Mr. Charles Skeeter has returned
from n trip to North Carolina.
Mi.-s Belle Mnthows, of Murfreesborn,
N. C, is in tho city on a lvislt to
friends.
Joseph Skeeter was fined ?."> In the
Mayor's Court yesterday for drunk and
disorderly conduct on the streets.
C. R. Cherry was lined ?."> for an as?
sault.
Miss Minnie Spindler, who has been
extremely IU with typhoid fever, is
slowly on the mend.
Everybody i<s wondering when the
storm will break. Six consecutive days
for such weather in this .section is
something unusual,
Mrs. Mary B. Turner, wife of It. E.
Turner, ks critically ill at her husband's
residence on Chestnut street extended.
The lire-alarm system iri again all
right, notwithstanding the storm
knocked it out for some time.
An accident to one of the pipe*: at the
gas house yesterday morning caused
the supply to be cut off for about two
huus.
Rev. Mr. Mitchell and Rev. Mr.
Blankenship will be absent one more
Sunday from their charges.
A number of men in the construction
department of the yard were flirloilgh
ed Friday night for six day.-;. The en?
tire department will be furloughcd for
thai time, but it will be given in broken
doses.
Mrs. Beitie Smnllwood, who has been
visiting in the city, returned yester?
day to her home in Richmond, via Nor?
folk and Western railroad.
All the furniture, &c, in Hotel
Portsmouth that was sold a; auction
on Friday was removed yesterday. The
work of remodeling the hotel will be
commenced to-morrow.
The effects ol the storm are visible
everywhere. The street cans were
kept busy yesterday removing broken
limbs, &C, from the Streets and side?
walks.
A lighter loaded with offal from some
of the slaughter houses that was en
route to the guano factory up the river
sank near Magundy Bay, and all the
Muff has lion tod on shore, if loft to the
sun it win smeli terrible.' it should be
removed.
The news boy- have had a hard time
delivering their papers during the
storm. It was with dilllculty that they
could be kept dry.
Quite a number of people who left on
account of tin- yi ||o\v l'e\er scare are
returning home. The coming week will
bring many more.
The Braildl Company lolls you that !f
you have any Idea of having a still
made to order don'; full to . .ill ami see
them; They have Jttsl what you want.
They also call attention to their shoe
department, which Is complete.
Mr. B. S. Brooks advertises both city
and country property for sale in excel?
lent location. For particulars see his
advertisement.
Mr. W. i'. Brooks lias returned from
Mont vale, where he has been spending
two weeks.
A double how., Is advertised for rent.
See ad.
The next regular no eting of the La?
dies' Benevolent Christian Union will
be held at the Elks' Hall Monday af?
ternoon at c o'clock, A full attendance
Is requested. Collectors are especial?
ly requested to be present.
Good table boarders are wanted ai
40$ Glasgow street. See ad.
Notice is given that there- will be a
sacred concert at Columbia Park (his
afu rnoon.
The sunshine yesterday afternoon
wns a welcome visitor.
In this issue a card of thanks from
the Hook and Ladder Company lo
Messrs. Phillips & Mahoncy appears for
their generous donation of L<u to the
company. The company desires to ex?
press their gratitude to these gentle?
men for their kind remembrances.
A lost collier dog is advertised for.
See ad.
The old Point haseball club and the
Ding Bat team will cross bats at Co
lumbla Park Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. W. "'? Petty, of Carthage, N. C,
was In the city yesterday. Mr. Petty
Is a prominent railroad man.
Detective M. lt. Muller, of the Wash?
ington, P. <"., police force, arrived here
yesterday and left last night with a
man named Wlnnlhgder, who is want?
ed in Washington for stealing a blcy
WHERE TO WORSHIP TO-DAY.
Below will be found a complete list
of the churches of all denominations,
and those who (ill their pulpits:
Court Street P.aptist Church?Sun?
day school at 0:30 a. m. Preaching at
11 a. m. and 8:16 p. in. by the pastor.
Rev. It. 1?. Garrett, D. D. Strangers j
especially invited. Seats free.
South Street Baptist.?Preaching at
II a. m. and 8 p. in. by Rev. Mr.
Whitehurst.
Wright Memorial M. E. Church, Rev.
P.. P.. Bkinkeushlp, pastor.?Sunday
school at 9:15 a. m. Preaching at n
a. m. by Rev. C. W. Pettit. and a; S p.
in. by i:.<v. Chus. l. Stengle.
St. Paul's Catholic Church. King
street, mar Dlnwlddle, Rev. '1'. ???
Brady, pastor; Rev. Wm. B. Mauley,
assistant pastor - First mass at T a. in.
Children's mass at 0 a. ni. High ma^s
at IO::;o a. m. Vespers ami benediction
a: 7:30 p. in.
Central M. E. Church, South, County
street, between 'Washington and Dln?
wlddle, Rev. R. F. Readies, pastor. -
Sun.lay school -.it 9:15 a. m; Preaching
by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 8:15 p. m.
Central Mission, located between Cot?
tage Place and Seottsvlllo.?Sunday
seho d at .".:::n p. m. Preaching at 4::?0
p. in. by the Rev. R. F. Readies.
Tho First Presbyterian Church, cor?
ner Court and King streets, Rev. It. R.
Egglcston, pastor.- Services to-day as
follows: Snbbath school at 0:30 a. m.
Preaching by the Rev. .1. E. Brown at
11 a. m. and s p. m. Seats free and a
cordial invitation to -all of these ser?
vices.
The Tall Memorial Presbyterian
? 'hur.h. .North Portsmouth, (Pinner's
Point) Rev. <'. D. Gllkeson. pastor.?
Sunday school at :t p. m. Preaching by
the pastor at I p. m. A cordial Invita?
tion is extended to all to attend both
liie Sunday school und preaching ser?
vices.
Park View Baptist Church, Rev. W.
P, Minces, pastor?Sunday school at
9:30 a. m., .1. M. Corbett. superintend?
ent. Preaching at 11 a. ni. and s p. m.
by the pastor. Seals free. All receive
cordial welcome.
Rev. 13. L. Mittler will occupy the
pulpit ai the Porl Norfolk Baptist
Church at II a. in. and S p. m. t?-day.
Calvary Baptist Church,, Rev. 8am
tiol Stuiiders, pastor.?Services to-day
will be as follows: Sunday school at
9:30 a. in.. i-;. P. Rodman, sup irlntend
ent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and s p. m.
by the pastor. Everybody is cordially
invited to these meetings.
Fourth Street Baptist Church. Rev.
W. F\ Fisher, pastor.?Sunday school
at 9:15 a. ni. Preaching at 11 a. m. by
Rev. Samuel Saunders, of Calvary Bap
tist church, Scottsville, and at S p. m.
by Ray F. Staples, a ministerial stu?
dent.
NAVAL < IRDERS.
Paymaster George W. Simpson, to
duty Bureau Accounts and Supplies.
Assistant Paymaster F. P. Sackett,
detached Navy-yiird, Boston, to Pan?
ther.
Assistant Paymaster W. T. Wallace,
detached League Island, N. v., to
Scorpion.
Surgeon L. P. Bnldwln, to examina?
tion before Naval Retiring Board.
Naval i'inlet ft, N. Marble, Jr., de?
tach; tl Marietta to Panther.
Lieutenant M. L. Miller and Lieuten?
ant 13. W. Eborloe, to Naval Academy.
Lieutenant w. K. Grlcc, detached
from Texas, sjak leave for two months.
Lieutenant <;. W. Williams, detached
torpedo station, Newport, to Panther.
Captain Joseph Thiiujy, detached
Mare Island Navy-yard, home mm wait?
ing orders.
Captain L. .1. Allen, to Mare Island
as relief Captain Trilley,
Commander iL N. Stevenson, to duty
as inspci tor Union Iron Works.
Commander G. M. Brooks,'detached
command Adams, ordered home.
Command) r Walton t>.Iwln, to com?
mand of Adams.
Ensign N. Mansfield, to s-- irplon.
Lleuteiinnt T. i". Mngruder, to Naval
Academy.
Coninumtler It. 'P. Jasper, to exami?
nation before Naval Retiring Hoard.
Lieutenant B. ii. DuiiOll and Lieuten?
ant ii. \V. Jones, detached from Solace
to Naval Acad-my.
Commander Asa Walker, to War Col?
lege, Newport, for instruction.
I ?i i: I? AT Till: .1 AIL.
Oil Monday night last Mr. George
Cowan, who a I on,, time kept a rcstnti
rhni on Crawford street, in Rogart's
row, but more recently at Newport
News, came up from Newport News to
this . ity. That nigh: he was taken with
hemorrhage. Tuesday he was better
and was out on the street during the
day. .-mil the balance of the week he
was drinking freely. Friday nicht he
was ,oi the v, rge of the mania Portia,
lie was carried 10 the jail for protec?
tion t > himself. During the night he
? is taken With a fi:. The physician to
the jail v..is summoned, hut nbout 5
o'clock his soul passed to that land
where no traveler ever returns. Dr.
Hnlladay had n jury summoned. An
innticst was held. The jury rendered a
verdict that the di.a sod came to his
death from natural causes. The re?
mains were taken charge of by some
friends, who had them conveyed to w.
P.. Johnson's undertaking establish?
ment, where they were prepared for
burial. The funeral will take place this
afternoon from the above place, and
will i.e attended by '".rimes' Battery,
lie being a corporal in that company.
BOY AND MAN MISSING
on Monday last a colored man named
Henry Walker, and his son, wen: down
the river fishing. Nothing has been
seen or heard of them since, ami it is
feared that hnlU have been drowned.
I The wife ? : Walker called yesterday at
the Virginian-Pilot nfllce lo learn If
the representative had heard of tho
i less of any lives during the storm. She
can no I toll whether her husband ami
child have been drowned or whether
they are Stowed away out of Iho storm.
They wire in a small yawl boat, with
no do, k ovi r her. and if not drowned
tlv-y must have suffered from exposure.
Anyone knowing anything concerning
Ihetll would confer a favor by letting
his wife hear from them.
We keep every shape of collars. Let
tin sell you your collars. Chas. R. Wei
ton &. Co.
Mit. F. RIEGER SLIGHTLY IM?
PROVED.
'Yesterday morning- Mr. F. Rieger met
with an accident while riding- to his
home "ii the Port Norfolk car, which
came near proving serious. It Becms
that as the ear neared the corner of
Washington and South street, Mr. Rie
g-cr arose from his seat and walked to
the front Of tho ear and informed the
?notorman where he desired to get off.
just as he reached the door ho acci?
dentally fell to one side and pitched
headlong into the slret'i nearly under
the car wheels. The car was stopped
end Sir. lileger taken to his home on
Washington street, where he was at
tended by Dr. Hugh Parrish. The
wounds?two on the head?were very
painful, but arc not considered seri?
ous.
PORTSMOUTH PEOPLES AWAY
FROM HOMES.
A special in yesterday's Richmond
Dispatch from Belfast, Louisa county,
Va., dai d August lsth. says: "A tacky
party was given at the country home of
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Hope on August
llth. which proved to be a most en?
joyable affair, and the following ladles
and gentlemen took part: Mrs. K. H.
Gaylc, Miss Linda Young, Mr. K. II.
Gaylc, Miss Irene Gayle, of Ports?
mouth, Va., and Mrs. Mary Hill and
Miss Kate Willis, of Richmond. Va.
This was followed by :?. cake walk. In
which Mr. K. II. Gaylc, as Bag-Time
Sal, and Miss Kate Willis, ns Brown
Bctslc, received the prises. The day's
amusement wound up with dancing the
old Virginia Reel, in true Virginia
fashion.
BADLY INJURED.
Yesterday morning a horse attached
to a wagon in which a colored man
and woman were sitting, was passing
down Glasgow street, when a limb of a
tree fell, striking the horse, frightening
him, which caused him to run away,
turning the wagon over and throwing
the occupants out. The woman's head
struck against a sharp rack, cutting a
gash several Inches long, from which
the blood (lowed freely, she was pick?
ed nnd carried Into Bass' drug store,
on Green street, where tho wound was
dressed. The horse was slopped by n
colored man near Middle street, and
wan driven back to where the owner
was (brown out. The man was only
skinned n little. The two got In the
wagon., which was slightly damaged,
and started for their home, near Shoul?
der Hill.
WILL DECIDE AGAINST THE
COUNTY.
Judge A. S. Watts will at the Sep?
tember term Of his court render his de?
cision in the case of (lie Board of Su?
pervisors of Norfolk county vs. John
W. fox. in the condemnation of land
which the cpunty wants for court house
purposes. It is said that it will ho in
favor of Mr. Cox and against the board.
It Is rutrfored that the Board of Su?
pervisors will take the matter to the
Court of Appeals, but of this no ona
knows.
BEAT/ ESTATE TRANSFERS.
I'( IRTSMOUTH.
The Park View Land and Improve?
ment Company to John H. Downing,
lot east side of Eflinglr.ini street, 45
feet nort or Stonewall: $110.
Z. T. Holland to H. 1.. Alexander and
H. II. Parr. lot>cnst side Sixth street.
14 feet south of Henry: $400.
NORFOLK (IOUNTY.
F. Richardson to .1. Jones, lot nt on
plat of South Portsmouth Land and im?
provement Company: ?100.
SUNDAY AT Y. M. C. A.
Two services will be conducted at
the Y. M. C. A. building to-day.
At I o'clock the young men of Owen's
Memorial M. K. church will ho in
charge of (he (bird meeting in the spe?
cial serviles for August. Good singing
and short, practical talks .ire the fea?
tures of these meetings. All young men
are invited.
The Boys' Gospel Army will meet at
P. o'clock.
POCAH? '.N'TAS DISABLED.
The steamer Pocahontns while com?
ing to the wharf in this city yesterday.
In making a landing she broke her beam
center which disabled her so ih.it she
could not leave until late In the after?
noon. A duplicate one was sent from
Newport News, hut It was too large.
After some additional work it was made
to (it and (he steamer left for Richmond
late in the afternoon.
Tri <>R SALE?ROW BOAT, 13 POINT
I1 er, dinner t.uilt. Apply .1. F. BEN
Sti.V. Ill I Middle street. IlllS-llt?
K C. CIGARS., $1.00 AN D $1123 BON OF
?y SO, S"t Silverware worth $15.00 free
to customers. Call before all sold.
RICH. I >. GUY. '.-7 High street, nul'-tw
-j7i id: runt- norm,:: in cm:.
JL; and .117 Fayctlo street, convenient lo
navy-yard. Apply .~>-7 Harrison street. It
WANTED TABLE BOARDERS. AP
ply at ins Glasgow street. au20-lw
JOST. STRAYED or STOLEN.?
J Scotch Collie Dog, yellow with
wintc stomach, legs and blaze face, black
soot en lad. Return to .1. j. HUMP1I
LETT. 420 Efflngham street and receive
reward. It
NOTICE.
The slorm is over and I have plenty of
tie- host dry wool. SU a as dry board
ends dry fresh water slab weed and dry
pine wood, till sheltered to keep dry.
H. B? WILK.NS
'Phone, 21 IS. Jy'-'-Om
ON SUNDAYS ..
TO "7 P. LVI.
A CARD I
Portsmouth', Va., Aug. 1?. 1809.
The Portsmouth Hook nnd Ladder <"oni
piny No. I, at its regular monthly meet?
ing, held August ii, |S99, unanimously
adopted a resolution of thanks i<> Messrs.
Phillips, Mnhoney Co. for their goner
our donation of $50 to tho compnny in
appreciation of services rendered ut tho
oast Uro on tno morning <>f July 23, and
d?-'8'.ro to publicly express to those gentlo
mcn Blncere gratitude for their magnlli
cont donation :iu<l high regard in which
they will over hold tinm as progressive,
public spirited citizens.
11 RICHARD D. GUY.
Proposals for Curbing and Paving,
Oftice laical Hoard of Improvement,
Fifth Waul.
Portsmouth, Va., August 16, POO.
P.ids will h<? OOCned at th?> office of
John I, Watson. No. ?09 High street,
this city, addressed to Ilie I.<>.? 11 Hoard
of Improvement of Fifth Ward <m the
list HAY OP AUGUST, IM?. "? * p. m.
for furnishing till tools, sand and cement
and pi rformlng all the labor required In
setting granite CURBING and PAYING
gutters with stone on those certain
strots particularly named in specifica?
tions, in strict accordance with Hie pi ins
and specifications to bo seen at the ofllco
of the <"ii v Surveyor.
Bids for SETTING CURBING must be
made at bo much per lineal foot ami
PAVING THE GUTTERS with granite
blocks at so mueli per square yard.
Kaeh hid must be on blank form, to
be had at tho office of tho City Surveyor.
Tho right to aeeept or reject any one
or more of lho bids to the exclusion or
the others, or to reject alt of them. Is
specially reserved.
Kaeh hid must ho jiceonipnnled by n
certified check in tho sum of two hundred
and fifty (3230.00) dollars, as a guarantee
that the bidder wdll give satisfactory
bond and enter Into a bona fide contract
if the same be awarded ban; the amount
of tho cheek to be forfeited to the city
of Portsmouth should tho bidder fail to
dn so.
No bid will considered unless made
In strict conformity to this advertise?
ment.
JOHN L. WATSON. Chairman.
L. M. I'AI.M MR. So, r..dary aul.t-td
For a Nice Cold Luncheon
Roast Turkey, Chicken nnd Duck,
Boneless Turkey and Chicken, Brook
Trout. Pine Sardines, Lobster, Salmon.
Boneless Herring. Lunch Tongiio, Lotted
H im and Tongue, Corned Beef, Sliced
Smoked R.ef. Vienna Sausage, etc.
E. R. BARKSDALE
BOTH PHONES. 129 COURT ST.
FOR RENT.
Desirable Brick Dwelling No. hoi r>!n
wid lie street S rooms: gas, bath, range,
Howerago and other conveniences. Rent
{Jo per month.
JNO. L- WATSON.
t09 High street. Portsmouth. Va.
CORDED SPOTS S
NEW CORNED SPOTS, MACKEREL,
HERRINGS, ETC.
BEST TMA AND COFFEE
TO BE POUND HERE.
R. E. KING,
20-3 Court .street.
NO TROUBLE TO GET A MEAL,
A number of married men's families arc
away. They should go to PEARSON'S
for their meals or for a lunch. Everything
first-Class and served quick.
Ferry Lunch Rooms,
SUMMER INSTRUCTION!
As n number of pupils have expressed a
desire to continue their Music through the
Summer. Miss Clay will teach on MON?
DAYS TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and
I FRIDAYS at her .studio, 115 North street,
Park View.,
Good Bread takers Indorse
W. & J. Parker's Eureka Flour.
For Its strength, whiteness and appetizing flavor. You ran make the whitest
and lightest bread with a less amount of this flour than with any other. Ask your
grocer for It. Take no other.
^n8T?SlSf,MTU 1never Ikil! such sood service as
1 Ufl S ?ifiUU 8 FS we are giving this season.
When you need ice either phone will reach us.
PORTSMOUTH COAL & ICE CO.,
_J. S. MILLER, Mana or.
Kurd's Fine Society Stationery
IN ALL THE I ATEST SHAPES AND TINTS.
Visiting Cards Engraved in the Latest Style3.
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224 HIGH STREET. PORTSMOUTH, VA.
IE YOU HAVE THE LEAST IDEA
Of having a New Fall suit made to order, don't until you see what values THE
BRANDT CO. are offering. We use first-class goods, employ the best workmen and
take pains to see that every detail of cutting and making is right. Our prices are as
low as possible for the quality of work we give you. 1 ry us. We guarantee every
garment we sell.
SHOE DEPARTMENT.?Our Shoes must give good, honest service or we don't want your
money. If your foot is hard to fit give us the trial. Largest variety, latest styles, best quality, lowest prices.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
POR CASH ONLY?
THE BRANDT CO.. 213 and 215 High St.
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DRAWING TO A CLOSE. I
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The entire stock must be sold quickly. Prices 4$?
this week lower than ever before. Up-1o-date Cloth- W
ij* ing, Hats and Furnishing Goods at less than half their ^
actual cost. This is an opportunity you can't afford *j?
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W to miss.
Notice the Remarkable Offerings below:
^ Unlaundered While Shirts,
^ 4-ply linen bosom?worth
? 50c, to go at.29C.
Jean Drawers?worth
55c, to go at-19^C.
?c'
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Men's Garters.
The 25c. erad
to
i% The I5C grade t<
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1 ~<* to go at
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go at
i3c.
go at
9c
Linen Crash Suits?
worth $2.^0?to go at
..$8.39
Guaranteed Serge Suits
that sell everywhere for
$12.50?to go "at $7 ?98
Fancy Worsted Suits?
worth Si2 and SI 3 50?
reduced to.$7?98
Black and Tan Hose that
sell everywhere for 1>c.?
.9Cc
Children's Suits.
$2. JO values.SB.39
$3.00 values.$1.69
,>4.00 values.
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116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth, Va.
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A GREAT SELLING OF
Commencing TO-MORROW A\ORNING and
continuing for one week, will offer our entire stock ot
BOYS' KNEE PANTS SUITS at prices less than actual
cost. A splendid chance, mothers, to get a good suit
for your boy at a very small price. Here's the way
they'll go:
$1.00 for Suits which sold up to $2 00.
$1.50 for Suits which sold up tqjj>3.00.
$1.98 for Suits which sold up to $4.00.
$2.50 for Suits which sold up to $4.50.
$3.48 for Suits which sold up to $6.00.
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214 High Street, Portsmouth, Va.
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Did You See Those Shirts
?in our window that wc are selling for f?*r>o, that are worth
S1.00, and some Sl.25 apiece ? Did you get any of that line BALBR1GGAN
LNDERWEAR, regular price 25 and 35c, that we are closing out for 23c?
either long or short sleeves?
Do you need a SUIT OF CLOTHES or an ODD PAIR TROUSERS
3 3 > ; per cent, below the price ?
If you want to save money call and see
BRESL?UER & ANTHONY,
11^0- High Street.
A FULL LINE OF QUILTS 3^ [SHEETS
FOR DOUBLE AND SINGLE BEDS.
Table Damask, Napkins, &c.
White Goods, Hosiery and Ribbons
Terms Cash. 320 High Street.

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