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RORTSMOUTH LOCAL NEWS ?ND ADVERTISEMENTS
ITEMS GATHERED
HERE AND THERE
Miscellaneous Happenings Conden?
sed For Virginian-Pilot Readers.
MOVEMENTS OF PEOPLE
IVhnf ? ? Coins On in nml Around
I'oriamoiilti mill Niibin l>.?n (Tom*
minifies Omhcrfil, silted nnU
Told In Vcn Words?The l'n*.i, ?lio
Prcurul tu??l Iii? I murr Kevenled,
ii"iau'<i mid t'oresluitlwn'cil.
"Messrs. Long & Talllfaro expect to
open their shoe-store by next Saturday.
A small white lioy was arreated yes?
terday, charged with stealing a boat.
Jennie Lawrence, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mis. J. W. Lawreni C, is ex?
tremely ill at his residence, corner
Glasgow and Cooke streets.
If tiiere is a league le re nexl year lh
rark will be located at Port Norfolk.
Mrs. George McHorhey, Jr., accom?
panied by her sister-in-law, Miss Irene
McHorhey, are visiting relatives in Pe?
tersburg.
Fall will noon be here, and the people
?will want to know wh( re to go to get
what they want, so don't wait until the
Bush comes; but, with September, begin
your advertisement ami get the cream
of the trade.
Don't miss Emmett Dean's sale .-r
ladlea' underwear to-morrow. Consult
his advertisement in another column.
See what A. J. Phillips has to say and
call and see him on Monday.
Mr. A. Brandt left Rotterdam, Ger?
many, yesterday for the United States,
lie will roach here about September
10th.
Mrs. Eva Godwin, of Newport New?,
is in the city on a visit.
The Bell Telephone Company will
move into their new quarters Septem?
ber 1st. They have been lilted up
elaborately. No expense has been
spared to make them what they should
be.
Mr. C. P. Brownley and family re?
turned last night from the springs.
There will be a meeting of the Join!
Ferry Committee Tuesday, the 29th, at
8 p. m.. to discuss matters pertaining
to the ferry.
Mr. Jacob Aspennall, of Memphis,
Tenn., was in the city yesterday. Thin
is his first visit lo this city. He was
much pleased.
Mr. .1. Hi Basset I returned yesterday
from the Blue Ridge Springs, after
spending several weeks there.
Mrs. L. P. Plummer, accompanied by
her niece. Miss P. Lillian Cherry, eft
this morning for the Mountains of Vir?
ginia.
A Dayton wagon i?s advertised for
?ale cheap. Sec advertisement in this
issue.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Portsmouth and Norfolk County Meth?
odist Association will be held this af?
ternoon with Owens Memorial Church.
Mrs. W. ('. Brooks and family will
return from Montvale this week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walnwrlght re?
turned Tuesday from a. trip to Boston.
Mrs. Walnwrlght left again yestcday
for York county to visit her people for
e few da yd.
Indications point to the Y. M. <'. A
moonlight being a decided success next
"Monday night.
Don't forget the African Cake-Walk
?it Columbia Park Monday night. The
championship of the two cities will be
contested for.
A number of small negro hoys loiter
around the market daily and avail
themselves of every opportunity to steal
anything they can get their hands on.
Yesterday morning a drunken negro
countryman fell out a cart rind was
run over and badly hurt, lb- was at?
tended by Dr. France. \.
The announcement yesterday th.it
fish were biting freely at Port Norfolk
carried many a fisherman flown there,
and most of them met with success.
The Scottsville Pleasure Club will
have ;l picnic down the river on Tues?
day.
The Bowery tight was again con?
tinued yesterday until next Friday, at
the request of Mr. Moses Levy, an at?
torney from Norfolk.
The case of VYm. Mason. whose
Charge is a serious one. was continued
until Wednesday, ai the reimest of hie*
attorney. Mason wai bailed in the
Cum of $300.
Miss Nellie McWIIltama, of Rlch
inond, returned to her home yesterday
after a pleasant eta;. In Portsmouth,
A number of gi ntlcmcn will spend
the day to-day at < an View at one
of the club-house.-.
Rev. Rroxton Bryan will preach at
Trinity P. 13. Church this evening. Only
lay services win be held in the morn?
ing.
Mr. John T. Brady ami wife lefi for
Ashcville last night. Mr. Brady -'?>? -
in search of health.
The New Y^rk Clothing Company are
offering bargains in endless numbers at
fiieh reductions as never was heard of.
See their advertisement and read the
list mentioned.
Mr. W. II. Barnes, deputy clerk of
the Norfolk cunity Court." returned
last night from the mountains.
Police Officer Meglnly and family
have gone lo Rl. hmond to spend ten
ans s.
Mrs. Taylor and children hive gone
t? Newport News on a v isit jo relativen
Read what the p.r.mdi Company has
to tell you aboiti moreh ml i.tllpi ,?
? nd shoes tie i, < a]] .,,?) ... ,. .?-,.?..? ,
that what they I Id y i v ig t,
Miss Grace Kldwell, ..f flail more is
visiting Miss v Whlti h o i Ran
(loiph street,
The sheriff of Chester. .-? c ... ?.,
"here .vest.;.r,|ny U j,;., ., , . .
Jl.oyce Williams, who ?.
city for filing .
lefl with h in las: ??
Clrjles Ncs. 1 and 3. of <,?.-....*
rirrinl Church, re'iucsi >?.? ,.
the proceeds of , ,???. >. i ?
Thursday night was noi for i h r of
th we circles.
Mr. Ernest Lewis and wife have ;.r,nf
to Pennan to spend a month
Mr. and Mrs. Walte, Stroud and
children returned from Sussex county
last night. wher,> ii,,.v h.,Vf. ,, ,,M1 ?pcnt1.
Inrr some time.
Two t'horouuhl i d I vi nuppli - ar<
c.Tered for sale. ;? , advertisement.
We keep every shape of collars. Let
tis sell you your collars. Chas. R. Wel?
lten St CO.
WHERE TO HEAR THE WORD Ol?' j
THE LORD.
Court Street Baptist Church?Preach- J
ing ut ll a. m. and 8:15 p. m. by the i
pastor, Rev. tt. U. Oarrett, D. D. Sun
day school at 9:80 a. in.
South Street baptist?Service? at n
u. m. and 8 i>. m., by Rev. D. U
Roper.
Monumental Church?Preaching at
11 a. m. by Rev. Kay Staples, und at |
t::l"> p. m.f by Rev. Russell Owon.
Rev. lt. F. Beadles lias boon assist?
ing bis rather In a revival meeting at
Olive Uroneh Church during the past
week. There have been flve c inver?
sions. The meeting will be continued
to-night b~ the pastor, who will b ?
assisted during next weel: by Rev. W. :
it. Proctor, of Portsmouth. He will
preach on Monday night. Services j
commence at * o'clock.
RELIGK U S NOTICE.
Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. Sam?
uel Saunders, pastor?Services to-day
will be as follow;;: Sunday school at
9:30 a. m., B. P. Rodman, superinten?
dent. Preaching at 11 a. m. and a: s
p. m. A hearty welcome to all to these
meetings.
Owens Memorial M. E. Church,
South. Rev. R. T. Wnterfleld. pastor
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Preaching
at 11 a. m. by Rev. V. \v. Bergtimln.
of Western Branch district. At night
Mr. .i. T. Siubbs. Secretary port-mouth
Y. M. <'. A., will preach.
Wright Memorial M. E. Church,
corner of Fourth and Randolph streets.
Rev, R. B. Dlankenshlp, pastor?Sun?
day school a; 9:15 a. m. Preaching at
11 i. m. by Rev. C. I. Stenglo, and at
s p. m. by jsrw Ray Staples. All wel?
come.
Fourth Street Baptist Church?Sun-1
day school at 9:15. Preaching by the'
pastor a l 11 a. in. and S p. m.
AN ESCAPED PRISONED CAP?
TURED.
<>n July 8th a negTo named John
Gammons broke into a store at Bear
Quarter. lie was captured, was carried
before Justice Vaughan, and was sen)
on |o tho 1 unty Court. Ho was placed
in charge of a constable, who started
l<> jail with him, but before he arrived
theio the negro broke loose and made
his escape. Nothing was seen of him
until yesterday morning. The same
c testable happened to he coming to the
city, and when near the limits he saw
his man. He jumped out of his buggy
and. before the man was awarr- nf any?
thing, he had grabbed rum. The two
I men grappled together, and the dnr
key wos about to get tlie constable's
Mstnl from him. when Substitute *dn
t:er Carlisle, of the city, eante al n&.
Seeing th.inatnble's position he loott
his part and. being a powerful man. he
soon had the negro under subjection.
He helped to put the negro in a wagon,
and the three men went down to the
jail together. Gammons swore ven?
geance astllnst Carlisle, but as that
gentleman is capable of coping with
sip h people as he is, he does no: stand
in fear of thieves.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Pridny Mrs. James Wolton. of this
city, went over to Ghent to visit her
daughter. About 1 o'clock she started
for home. When she reached Ihe cor
r of Grandbcrry street extended a
run-away horse came dashing down
tin- street at full speed and* before she
mid get on a car she was knocked
down by the horse and was run over.
She received a number of bad bruises
about the face and body, which it will
take some thee for them to leave, tine
of her eyes was entirely closed up; the
other was badly hurt. Her hand nnd
wrist is also badly hurt. She was
pii kqd up and brought to her home. In
this city, where medical aid was sum?
moned. The doctor does not think that
she was hurt Internally, but says she
is badly bruised all over the body and
that she will be sore for some.time to
come.
DEATH OP MAJOR JETT.
Major Fred. Jett. Hie founder of the
Confederate monument in this city,
died Friday at Soldiers' Home, In
Richmond. lb- served gallantly
through ihe war and had a record thai
non.- need i?- ashamed of After toe
war he came to Portsmouth and 16
J cared, lie was employed as a col?
lector on the ferry for a number of
j years, but when it was leased he found
j that his. health was so that he could
i not attend to the duties, nnd resigned
and went to Hampton to live. More
I recently he went to the home in Rleh
I mond. Ills name is well known here
by every one. He iyas pleasant In his
manners and made for himself a num?
ber of friends, who will learn of bis
death with sorrow. The remains will
be intoned in Hampton.
COMPLIMENT TO A PORTSMOUTH
BOY.
Mr. Austin E. Overman, n well known
young gentleman from this city, who
has for the past five years been em?
ployed with the Newport News Dry
Dock Company as a draughtsman, has
bei n seie< led by tin- United Slates <: v
eri tie ni to go to Boston In connection I
with Government work there .Mr.
overman Is well up In his line of bos-!
im ss, having learned to be a draught
man In the yard while the Raleigh and!
Texas wire being built, nnd ihe fact of j
the Government selecting iura from 6
of ihe number employed at Newport
News, shows ihe confidence in which|
they hold him. Madam Rumor sa
that he will not go single-handed, but
i> : re leaving for the Hub city he willI
take one of Norfolk county's falrl
daughters with him as a bride.
C< ?NGREGATION SPLIT.
The Hebrew congregation in this city]
has become so divided that it will be
almost Impossible to heal the breach
For some time they werked harmon?
iously, nnd (here wet-.- bright prospect*
f there being a synagogue in this
city, A I'd was purchased on Washing?
ton street, nnd arrangements were he.
Ing mad,- lo build a chlin h. but some
discenslons at ose and a sidit occurred.
One-half v.ill hold on at the old syn?
agogue and the others will hold meet?
ings wherever they can. September 3d|
Ihe day .1" atonement occurs, and a hall
will be rented where services can be
fold Just what the outcome will be no
one can foresee.
BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET?
ING.
Thi Portsmouth and Norfolk County
Baptist Sunday School Association
1 ???..!! hold its regular monthly meeting
th afternoon at :t::'.o o*'clock. with the
Fourth Street Itaptist Sundav school.
Rev VV. P. Illnea. of (he Park View
Ra.it,st Sunday school, will deliver the
addro - Subject, "The Advlsihility of
Ul / re.: otir Review Sunday to Make
Si ? i d Effort to save the Uncon?
verted <>f Our Schools."
GOSPEL SKRVICKS TO-PAY.
This aflernon et 4 o'clock the young
men of South Street itaptist Church
win conduct tip' men's meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. Short practical addresses
nnd t live, arti ictlv song service will
be the program. Young men of all
churches and those who do not attend
any church are cordially invited. A
service of special Interest will be con?
ducted for boys at 3 o'clock.
DING BATS. 9; ALL AMERICANS, 6. I
Between six and seven hundred peo?
ple went to Columbia Bark yesterday
afternoon to see the game of bail be?
tween the Ding Bats and All Ameri?
cans. It was an exciting contest and
lots of kicking, but taken as a whole,
the crowd were rewarded with a good ;
game. Sam Watts pitched for the All :
Americans and with the exception of
cup bad Inning, pitched excellent ball.
This also can be said of Hampton, his
bad Inning coming- in the second, when
the All Americans scored live runs.
Following is the game by innings.
First tuning? For Ding Bats Hutchins
hit to left and Watts muffed it. Buss
{jot a base on balls. Hutchins was
caught trying: tu steal second. Turling
li a hit to third and was safe. Russ
took second on the hit. both runners
advanced a. base on a low throw by
Watts. Bailey struck out. Myers hit
to left foi two bases and Turlington
?and Russ scored. .Myers was caught
trying to steal third. Two runs. All
Americans?Langhorne struck out: J.
Hume flew out to center: C. Hume got
four halls but was caught napping oft
first. No runs.
Second inning?Ding Bats: Cross hit to
pitcher: out at first. Alexander did
likewise. Hampton cracked out a two
bagger. Russ flew out to right. No
runs. All Americans?Armstrong hit
by pitched ball: Etherldge snugled to
i enter: S. Watts dumped a safe bunt
in front of the plate, tilling the bases.
15. Walts Hew out to center and Arm?
strong came in on the play. Flourny
Iii; to short: Etherldge scored on the
hi:; Partish Hew out to left: Langhorne
hit i.. left and two runs came in. .J.
11 nine drove :t three-bagger to deep
right field and Langhorne scored. C.
Hum,- got a. base on balls but w-as
caught trying to steal second. Five
runs.
Third inning?Turlington hit safely to
left, but was doubted up at second a
moment Inter on Bailey's hit to short;
Myers hit to third?out at first. No
runs. All Americans ?Armstrong hit
to short: Owens fumbled and "Bed*"
was safe at first. Etherldge hit to sec?
ond: Armstrong out at second. Ether?
ldge stole second and went to third on
a wild throw. ?. Watts got four balls;
E. Watts Hew out to left, Etheridgc
scoring on the play; Flourny flew out to
center. One run.
Fourth Inning?Ding Bats: Owens
struck out; Cross out on a hit to sec?
ond; Alexander Hew out to pitcher. No
runs. All Americans? Parrlsh drew a
base on balls: Langhorne struck out; J.
Hume fouled out 10 first and Parrtah
went out trying to steal second. No
runs.
Fifth Inning?Ping Bats: Hampton j
I hit safely to left; Hutchins hit to third:
out at first. Buss flew out to pitcher: '
Turlington hit a hot one through short,
and Hampton scored. Turlington out
on an attempt to steal. One run. All
Americans ?'. Hume hit by pitcher,
stole second and third and was caught
at the plate trying to score on a wild
throw. Armstrong drew four balls:
Etherldge hit to right and Alexander
made a neat catch, doubling up "Rcd
dy" at second. No run.
Sixth Inning- Ding Bats: Bailey got
tour balls: stole second. Myers hit safe
behind short: Owens hit safe to right,
but went out tr,ying to stretch his hit.
Bailey scored and .Myers went to third
on the hit. Cross popped up a fly to
pit. her. Alexander hit to pitcher, who
threw wild to first. Myers scored.
Hut. iiins Hew out to left. No runs. All
Americans?S. Watts made a neat bum
and reached lirst safely but was caught
trying to steal second. E. Watts hit
to first and was out. Flourny hit safe?
ly to center, but Partish went out on a
hit to first. No runs.
S venth inning- This was the
"Ding's" lucky inning, and they won
out. it happened this way: Watts
made a nice catch of Buss' hit to left;
Turlington was hit by pit.'her: Bailey
hit safe to left: Myers doubled to cen?
ter and Turlington scored. Owens
smashed one to the right Held fence.
Home run. two runners crossing the
plate ahead of him, Cross Hew out to
sei ond; Alexander struck out. All
Americans?Langhorne struck out; .1.
Hume ..ut oh a hit to first, and C.
11 time struck out.
Both team blanked In the eighth and
ninth.
A PHILIPPINE CAKE WALK.
I There is a steamer lying at the Lam
bent's Point coal pier, on which there
are several genuine Philippine ne?
groes, Some "i them have consented to
give a cake walk Monday nluhl ami
introduce a number of 111.- native
dances as well as songs at the Palace
Hotel at Port Not folk. These darkeys
iId not s:?ak ti word of English, and
their gestures will no doubt attract
considerable attention. Tic entertain?
ment will be free to all who desire to
>? .? ;li. in. and a warm welcome will
be extended by Mr. King, the proprie?
tor of the Palace Held
NORFOLK COUNTY NOTES.
John Osborne, charged with stealing
$9.*.o worth of paint, etc., from C. N.
Pepper, was committed t.> the county
jail by Justice Rustic for examina?
tion.
William Smith, felonious assault on
Richard Smith, sent on to court by
Mayor McCoy, of Berkley.
Frank Simmons, assaulting with a
knife one Richard Smith, sent on to
court by Mayor McCoy.
CHAMPR ?NSHIP GAMES.
Thoiv will be a series of base').".!!
games played for the benefit of the
King's Daughters' Home, between the
Atlantic City Club, of Norfolk, and the
All Americans, of Portsmouth. The
first game will be played on Tuesday,
the 29th, at Columbia Park, at 4 p. m.
It is hoped that the public will lend a
helping hand, and thus aid a charitable
cause. See "ad."
AN OLD RESIDENT GONE.
Mi-. Nehemlah Foreman, aged Si
years, an old resident of Norfolk
city, died yesterday a' the residence of
Mr. Jason Etheridgc, In Princess Anne
county. His funeral will take place to?
day from the above residence.
The erection of a cotton mill of .".000
spindles is talked of at Washington,
Ga. Mr. R. Emmeti Cnllan is interest?
ed, and asks for estimates on complete
plant.
\ir ANTED A YOUNG LADYWISHES"
W lo sew with a dressmnker to learn
the trade Address "A. M. E.," care Vir
glnlan-Pllot. _ au25-3t
FOB SALE ? A DAYTON WAGON j
good as new. for which the Own CT
has no us-'. Will be sold very cheap.
Apply to S. GOODMAN, corner High and
Washington <=tre.:>. nuC7-3t
IX HI t " S AI Hi OR 1:1 i N T < 'HEAP'
1 Store and House combined in good
loca'.ll) Apply 10 M P. CLAUD, Kirn
Building. aut*7-3t
FOR SALE ? TWO THOROUUBRED
Bull Puppies. 2 months old; oiui be
seen at CO* Washington street. au2T-3t
If that's what you want, you can't afford to miss seeing THE BRANDT CO.'S
FHLL MND WINTLR WpOLENS.
Made to order in stylishly cut suits, elegantly trimmed suits', at no more cost than the ordi?
nary kinds. We use only first-class goods, largest variety, emplov the best workmen. Our
prices are as low as possible lor the quality of work we.give vou." Try us on your fall suit.
Chno nonortmont _NOBBY SHOES $3.50 FOR MEN. Made up in the choicest Russia calf, tan
OlIUc UcJJdl UIICIIl* box calf, tan vici, black vici, all made on new foot-form lasts. New toes, new
tops, exclusive designs, made especially for service. All at S3.50 a pair.
THE BRANDT CP., 213 and 215 High St.
FOR CASH ONLY
ONE PRICE ONLY.
rp WO YOUNG MEN CAN GKT NICK
JL front room, with hoard, und use of
baths. Terms very reasonable, 15 Din
widdie street. nu2?-St
gains
? Without End
*) -AT THE
I SAVE DOLLARS |
BY TRADING AT
SSV8. ROSENBAUM'S
I Men's. Bous' and Children's Gioihlna, |
Hats and Furnlslilnos
BEING SOLD AT LESS THAN ORIGINAL COST OF MAKING.
The balance of our Sum?
mer stock being sold at
wonderful reductions.
Give us a call and be convinced of the genuineness
of our wonderful bargain oder, some of which we
mention below:
6 Note the offerings below,
and there's lots of others
5 just as good?
^ Hen's 75c Underwear? 39c
? Boys' $3.50 Suits.$1,85
'I Men's 75c Night Shirts... 43c
? Boys' 50c Shirt Waists... 39c
I Boys' 60c Sailor Hats... 25c
? Boys' 25c Sailor Hats.. -12><c
! I Men's $1.00 Shirts. 61c
J Men's 60c Shifts. 39c
I Men's $10 00 Suits.$5.98
; a Men's 25t Suspenders? 19c
Men's 50c Crash Hals? 19c
a Men's $6.00 Bike Suits.. $3.48
?
3*
Balance of our
7?c. Negligee
Shirts,
39c.
All of our $1.00
Negligee Shirts,
59c.
Men's Black and
Tan Hose that
sold for 15c,
7c.
All of our ?Oc.
Neckwear to go
at
23c,
Sweet & Orr
Jumpers,
59c.
Men's Working
Pants, worth
$1.75 and $2.2$,
your choice,
$1.39.
Men's Fancy
Mixed and Plain
Worsted Suits
that sold for $9
and $10.^0, your
choice,
S6.25.
Boys' Long
Pants Suits,
worth 55.50,
$6.50 and $7,
your choice,
$3.98.
7VY. ROSENBHUM, %
? 214 High Street,
Portsmouth, Ma. |
A GRAND CAKE WALK !
PORTSMOUTH vs. NORFOLK,
There will be a Cake Walk at
Columbia Park Monday Night
between Norfolk and Portsmouth's best
colored eik" walkers for the champion
shin of the two cities and a-purse of jii
and a cake.
Buck Dancing and a double- quartette
singing between Portsmouth and Norfolk.
Admission 1.*?;. straight; reserved seats,
9v au26-2t
GENUINE CAKE WALK!
At Palace Hotel, Port Norfolk,
Monday Night, August 28th,
AT S P. M.
Tbe walkers are genuine negroes from
the Philippine Islands. After the walk
Is over they will Introduce some of their
funny dances and sing their native sonps.
Entertainment free to all. Como and
see it.
It
CHAMPIONSHIP
iames.
Per the benefit or the King's Daughters'
Hospital on
TUESDAY, the 29th instant.
The- first of this interesting series will
be played at COLUMBIA PARK at i
p. in. between the
ATLANTIC CITY8 OP NORFOLK
?and the? *
ALL AMERICANS OP PORTSMOUTH.
It is hoped thai tho people of tho two
eitles will be liberal in their support and
patronage of this worthy cause. Season
t ekets for tho series of
Nino (lames.J1.00
Single Admission . j:,
Tfekota now on sale at Lowe KK- Co 's
farrocors?: Nusbaums, Norfolk; Parley's
Pharmacy and Daugherty'sJ
Joyner'
Portsniouth, ?"
(Portsmouth Star Copy, It.)
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REMOVAL OF NIGHT SOIL.
Office of the City Ork,
Portsmouth. Va., Aug. ?. ISfP.
PROPOSAL FOR Till". removal
<>F NICHT SOIL from tho city of
Portsmouth, Va., Will be received at the
office or tho City Clerk until 8 p. M,
MONDAY) August IS, 1S-..J?.
Specifications for same can be seen at
the Council Chamber. Bond with secur?
ity In the sum of 1500 must accompany all
proposals. The ilr-ht is rt-serv<?d to reject
any or all of the bills. All proposals to bo
addressed, to theauiderslgnod.
*u24-ld E? THOMPSON, Jr., O. O.
116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth, Va.
jPL. J. PHILLIPS.
MONDAY MORNING, 9:30 TO 10:00?TEN YARDS ONLY,
FRUIT OF LOOM, 6c. Yd.
ANDR0SC0GGIN, 6c. Yd.
You can get a real pretty LAWN DRESS for 5c. per yard.
ISO dosen Children's Handkerchiefs,
usual price 00c. a dozen, next week 15c.
dozen.
A few left of those ffle. Waists for 2Sc.
They're all In the window.
10 dozen Ladies' and ''hildren's Sample
Hose, worth from l!Cc. to &Oc, your choice
for 21c. pair.
(ine week In the Gingham Department ?
f/> pieces Dress Ginghams, worth lOc. and
12'?C., now .Ve.
Some beautiful Hei!? for 2b-. (onr; week).
36-inch Wrapper Percales for 6c.
3>'.-!neh Best Sea Island Percales. 10c.
Odd sizes In Corsets, worth $1.00, choice
50c.
?."> dozen "Men's Percalo Shirts
60c.. choice 33c.
worth
10 dozen Men's Work Shirts, worth 50c ,
choice ."iOc.
10 dozen Men's Whttn TJnlaundered
Shirts, worth Sl.on, 2.10O linen bosom, all
No. 17, one week, i! for J1.00.
A nice stock of Wash Skirts to select
from at cost.
A. J. PHILLIPS, 302 and 304 High St.
Green Qinger, 10c. lb.
Mixed Spices, 20c, lb.
FOR PICKLING AND PRESERVING.
?AT?
JEROnE P. CARR'S.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRUGGIST, Corner Court and County Sts.
and Green Street, near Bart.
CARR'S ALL-HP. A LINO OINTMENT CUR KS PILES AND OLD SORES.
~WAMT TO GO FARMING?
1 have for sile a farm. SO acres, nice house, f> rooms, barn and all necessary
out buildings: will sell VERY CHEAP, Call and investigate.
IIOMESEEKERS AND INVESTORS. ?1 have a large list to select from. Call
and see mc or drop a postal and I will call and see you.
r. S- brooks.
Real Estate, Rents and Insurance. 325 High St., Portsmouth Va.
LOANS. Reil 'phone 2222.
MISS H. AGNUS CLAY
S W V.l. T. and N. E. Conservatory, will
oit SEPTEMBER -Ith reopen her Music
Stuilio at 115 North Street, Park View.
Piano lessons, per month, J.TOO. Palmer's
Theory taught in classes Kit HE.
NO TROUBLE TO GET A MEAL.
A number of married men's families are
away. They should ko lo PEARSON'S
for their meals or for a lunch. Everything
first-class and served quick.
Ferry Lunch Rooms.
FOR RENT.
Desirable Brick Dwelling No. 401 Dtn
w'.ddlo street S rooms: gas. bath, range,
sewerage and ether conveniences. Rent
$25 per month.
JNO. L. WATSON.
MS High street. i'oruavoutn. ya.
NOTICE.
The storm Is over and I have plenty of
the best dry wood, such as dry hoard
ends, dry fresh water slab wood end dry
pino wood, all sheltered to keep dry.
H. B. WILKINS
'Phone, 2118.
Jy2-6m
CORNED SPOTS!
NEW CORNED SPOTS. MACKEREL.
HERRINGS, ETC.
BEST TEA AND COFFEE
TO BE FOUND HERE
R. E. KING,
200 Court street.
For a Nice Cold Luncheon
Roast Turkey, Chicken and Duck,
Boneless Turkey and Chicken, Brook
Trout, Fine Sardines, Lobster, Salmon.
Boneless Herring, Lunch Tongue. Potted
Ham and Tongue, Corned Beef, Sliced
Smoked Beef, Vienna Sausage, etc.
E. R. BARK3DALE
BOTH PHONES. 139 court st.

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