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f HE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH- NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
THAT SEABOARD BLOCK MATTER A New Commission Appointed by the Mayor. TO EXAMINE THE STORES Jlfinri. BrlltlDKUnm and OTtrnmn B?he?B?porl *? lbs Condition or the Seaboard (Mores Owned by Resirs. Clenton nnd Mnyiinr-Ttie City Attorney Tnllts About llto Matfor-The- Mnllrtlngn, .Sayn tlio Hay or, Itiaat Come Down. During the month of August Mayor rtalTd, on complaint of two police ofll cero, appointed Messrs. Moody, Parker tuid F. Wiersdorf a committee to ex? amine the Btores In the Seaboard block (kept by C. Wr. Hudglns and I. C. Brink ley. The corrunittee made an examination nnd reported back to the Mayor "the re? sult ot their labor. Upon their recom? mendation the Mayor issued nn order that the building must come down In thirty days. Mr. Cleaton nnd the other owners nt the buildings, took exceptions at the re? port and asked for it slay of proceed? ings, that they, too, might appoint a committee to make an examination o? the buildings. This was granted. Messrs. Brittlngham. Williams and Overton were selected by them. They (made an examination of the building nnd confirmed what the others hail done, but made the following recom? mendation: WHAT THE REPORT SAYS. Portsmouth, Vn., Sept. 7, 1S99. j Messrs. Cleaton and Hayner: Gentlemen: We, the undersigned, hnvlug carefully and conscientiously examined -and considered the condition of your buildings in the Seaboard block. 11 nil It exceedingly dlfllcult and danger? ous to take out and rebuild your front anil rear wnlls unless the detects in the other buildings of the block are correct? ed at the same time; therefore, we would respectfully suggest that you re? quest Ills Honor, the Mayor of the city, to appoint a board of survey to examine the condition Of the other buildings of the block. As a temporary precaution you might Obtain permission from His Honor, the Mayor, to anchor your front and rear ivhlls In. by placing two anchors In euch girder, front nnd rear, nnd three an? chors on each floor, front and roar, to be secured by anchor rods to be run Into the building- for a distance of thir? ty feet, let In flush with the top of tlie Joist nnd securely fastened to each 'one. The size of the bars should be nne-half by two Inches, upset at each outer end for scve: i-e!ghths Inch bolt nnd nut to secure the anchor on the outside. Respectfully. J. HERBERT WILLIAMS, W. H. l'.KITTINCIIAM, 1 . EDWARD OVERMAN. THE CITY ATTORNEY". Tn presenting ihe document, Captain Happor called aticrvilon lo the facti that the experts d.j< not question the] condemnation, so far as it has gout They merely represent -that i\i curry out ihe requirements Imposed upon the owners, would be exceedingly difficult, and greatly endnngier adjoining build? ings, at ihe same time slating that other buildings are defective. Captain Hnpper said thai this fact should bo referred to another commls. sion, to he appointed Immediately, but! in the mean time the .Mayor should force j ihe condemnation proceedings against] Messrs. Cleaton and Hnynor. At the reffuest of the committee the I Mayor yesterday appointed Ihe follow? ing gentlemen t? carry out ih<- recom? mendations: C. W. Walker, \V. U. M In tor and Fred Cherry. BUILDINGS MUST COMB DOWN. He nlso not'.]lied the owners of the property heretofore mentioned that the buildings must come down and that im? mediately. Cap-tain Mapper said by the time that Hie owners of the property had commenced to take the w alls flown | that the conimitiee which the Mayor had Just appointed would bs ready to| make their rerport He further said that the owners ofI the property might try to get out an I Injunction to prevent Hie order being carried out. but that would only delay matters a short ivhlle, and nil "the re? sponsibility of any damage that might! occur would rvst with the lesson. IN THE COURTS YESTERDAY. The County Court yesterday was en? gaged in the trial of Benjamin McCoy colored, who stands charged with the! murder of Mary Jones. Captain Mar? shall appeared for the State and Colonel .W. H. Stewart for the prisoner. The case was henrd nnd given to the jury, and a verdict of guilty ,,r mur: der in the second degree was returned Judge Portlock set the verdict a?ldo as being contrary to the law ami ev? idence in the case. In the Hustings Court, Judge \ Watts sitting, Sarah Tines qualified ?s administratrix of Jeremiah Tinos and Joseph Li. Webb, Samuel Davis' and i John A. King were appointed preisen. The Rev. Richard B. Garrett, pastor tut the Court Street Baptist Church qualified to pen-form the rite of matri? mony. The usual bond was given by iffr. R, S. Brooks. PRESIDING RI-DRR VADEN. Rev. W. C. Vaden, In his lecture on "Grit" at Olive Branch Church last Thursday night, held his large and ap? preciative audience spellbound for more than an hour and a half, without any apparent weariness?all seemed sorry .-when he dosed. The lecture was of a very high order ?--broad in conception, beautiful in ex? pression, full In Illustration and strong land edifying In application. Expres? sions of approval were henYd on every hand, many claiming they bad never heard it surpassed. The Church realized quite nn addi? tion to lt? finances. :W? Bt^ep every shape c-f collars. ? l>t ?? Mil you jr<mr cellars. Chao. R. Wei ion A Co.-, ? 1 - LATEST NAVAL NEWS. Passed. Assistant Surgeon H. D. Wil? son, detached from duty on the Solace. Naval Cadet L>. S.-Shapley, ordered to continue on duty with the New Or? leans. ? . Commander G. Blockinger, ordered to duty in connection with the recruiting rendezvous at Chicago. .-. Lieutenant F. B. Upham. detached from the Olympia and ordered home. Ensign W. P. Scott, granted four months' sick leave. Assistant Naval Constructor R. H. Robinson, ordered to duty at Philadel? phia. Lieutenant H. W. Jones, detached from the Naval Academy and ordered to the New Orleans. Naval Cadet J. W. L. Clement, de? tached from the Now York and ordered to the New Orleans Naval Cadet H. E. Lackey, detached from the New Orleans and ordered to the New York. ? Civil Engineer H. R. Stanford, order? ed to the Solace. Lieutenant S. Arnold, ordered to duty nt Portland, Ore. Lieutenant Commander W. G. Han num, detached from the Culgoa and or? dered to Yokohama for treatment. REAL E.STATE TRANSFERS. The following deeds were admitted to record in the clerk's oflice of the Hustings Court yesterday: Mary C. Robertson and husband to Phillips. Mahoncy & Co., lot at Inter? section of Caroline street nnd ceme? tery wall; $150. Park View Home Company to Fannie T. Bain, lot on west side of Webster avenue, north of Villa street: $,'.00. K. A. Bain and wife to Fannie T. Bain, lot on west side Webster avenue, between Villa and Bay streets, $5 and conveyance of property at Port Nor? folk. Norman Cassel!, special commission? er, to Virginia C. Hutcheson, wife of William Hutcheson, lot on west side of Boulevard, between Lcckle and Lane streets; $120. M. D. Eastwood and wife to Sam Kirsh, lot east side of Green street, 113 feet north of North street: SHOO. These were admitted in the county: C. W. Young, attorney, to George W. Van Nosirand, lot In Onkdale; $120. H. L. Cotman to D. Watkins, lot and buildings In Barboursvllle; $900. FOOT BALL SATURDAY. Next Saturday, at Columbia Park, the Junior football eleven, of Ports? mouth, will meet the best team of the Norfolk A ca d c in y. An interesting game is looked for, nnd notwithstanding the difference in the weights of the men. favorable to Ihe visitors, our boys hope to give a good < nccennl of themselves. The following is the line-up of the j two teams: POi rsmo?th. Norfolk. | Raiser..'.Right End.Truxton Threadcratt..Right Tackle..Hodgemnn ' Maupin.Right Guard.Fulgrem 1 Ash wer ih.font er.Conover ' 1 tob'ei; son.... Left Guard . ..Armstrong I Marshall.Left Tackle.Ba?3ett I Peters.Left End.Gill (Captain) Bruce.Quarterback.Thorn Hudglns, M...-.Full Back .Bowilen tHudgins, B...R. Half Rick.Wlnn Mnrkham.L. Half Back.Scott: ?Cnptalii. The game will be called at 1 o'clock. "MY GOD, I AM SHOT." The above exclamation escaped the, llpe of a colored man lost Thursday night In Prenils Place Immediately aft- j er the explosion of a pistol in the hands i of Mr. Willie .T. Qrifllri. The young- gentleman was returning home that night about 11:.10 o'clock, and I when he reached his gale he saw a colored man standing on the back; porch of his residence; He drew his j pistol and fired at the man. who ran | with all his speed across the yard and j scaled the fence. In the meantime Mr. Grllun took deliberate aim. and as the man reached the top of the feiiee he fired again. The man threw up both hands, exclaiming. "My God, f am shot!" and fell off the fence. Mr. Ciillin ran around to the place where the man ought to have fallen, bill no man was there, though Mr. Griflln Is positive he .-itruck him. Y. M. C. A. NEWS. The'Educational Classes will begin Tbni-.;.1 iv night. November 2d. i'he registration books are now open, and any young men interested are request? ed :?> Inquire at the building-for full pa rtlculars. The Gymnasium Classes are organ? ized and well attended, nine classes be? ing conducted weekly. An attractive and helpful service will be conducted for men Sunday at 4 o'clock. Rev. .7. \V, Mitchell will make the address. Subject, "King David." Mrs. Irene EJheredge and Miss .Myrtle Pablo Will render several musical se? lection's and Prof. Dunbar will conduct the chorus singing. At :: o'clock the Roys' Gospel Army Rally will be held. All hoys are invited. RELIGIOUS MATTKRS. Monumental Church to-morrow? Sunday school at 9:15 a. m., \V. M. Newell, superintendent. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. B. Betty, at 11 a, m. and ? p. in. Morning subject, "Christian Character." Evening, "Liv? ing in the Fear of God." Park v;. w Baptist Church, Rev. W. P. Hines, pastor?Bible school nt O:?? n. m, Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45! p. m. by the pastor. Morning subject, "The Power of a Woman's Faith"? special sermon to woman. Evening, "The Great I'ily.i ima^c," There have been a number conversions during ihe weck, in i ib.- revival continue*. Trinity Chur h Service nt 11:15 a. m. nnd S p, m. by Rev. W. P. Morrison, Chaplain, r. S. N. OKF FOR HUM 10. Major John Polhury Grcenock, Scot? land, left lust night for New York, where he will take steamer home. He has been staying with bis brother, H. S. Potbiiry, in Park View, and has visit, d m.ur. places of Interest while here. Mnjoi' Potbury is greatly pleased with the hospitality of the Portsmouth people, nnd the American people in general, and has greatly enjoyed his visit to Ainerl in. PRESIDENT AMDRADE. OF VENEZHEI A. SEEKS SAFETY IN PLIGHT. (By Telegraph t Vln.-lnl'in-Pilot.) Caracas, VoiK'Xuela, Oct. 20.-2:30 p. m.?Prealdeiii Andrade, it Is now known, os aped iiu morning to I.a Guayara. ? Telegraphic find tel phonic c.unmnnl .Cation is intorrnjilet'i. An attempt was ? made last night.to dynamite the resi? dence of Senhor Mates, General An dradVs representative-',in the negotl.a? I tlons with the Insurgent commander, I-General Clpluinoa Castro, :>':?. ?' '.' .:.' ::t<, '..'?>:??.'.. ITEMS GATHERED HERE AND THERE Miscellaneous Happenings Conden? sed For Virginian-Pilot Readers,. MOVEMENTS OF PEOPLE Whnl In Going On In nnd Around 1'orlBnioiith nnd Kiibarunu Com* muulfes Gnlhcred, Nlftod md Told In Feir Word*-The. rrtut, (lio 1'reaenl mid lite rmnrtt KoTcaled, Itolnted nnd ForoHliailoireil, Tlio condition of Mr. Charles Grant, o? South Street, remained unchanged up to a hue hour last night. Edward Uethune, an old colored man, known us "Wood Sawyer Ned," is very sick at his home on the suburbs. Airs. L. 15- Hoi loin mi und mother are in Harrison burg, where they will be joined by Mr. llolhinian about the 1st of November. He will engage in busi? ness there. Miss Carrie Stuhl, of Ironton, O., who has been visiting Miss Emma Bolton, of ibis city; returned home yesterday af? ternoon. Mr. J, W. T. Land's condition had not improved up to a late hour last night. The service next Sunday morning in Trinity Church will begin at 11:15 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Morrison, chap? lain of the United Stales battleship Texas, who will conduct the service, will not be able to reach the church be? fore that hour. Dr. Jj\ S. Hope returned yesterday from New York, where he had been, to attend the yacht race Yesterday morning a Norfolk county constable shot at a burglar who was trying to enter a store on Godwin street. Mr. George W. King was considered a little easier yesterday. The vaudeville show man pulled stokes niid left town for Newport News. There Is but little sickness In the city at this time. A number of the members of Atlantic Club wont to Ocean View yesterday and had the last time for tho season. There is no rain in sight yet. It Is badly needed. The crowds that surrounded the bul? letin board at our olilce yesterday were Immense. There was nothing done in the Mayor's Court yesterday that would in? terest tho public. Head the special one day sale adver? tisement of the New York Clothing Company, in which they offer under? wear, hosiery, hats, etc., at astonish? ingly low prices. Attention is called to the ad. of J. T. King & Son, In which they announce a heavy cut in prices of corned meats and sausages. These gentlemen deal largely In this line of goods, consequently, are enabled to sell cheaper than those who buy In smaller quantities. The regular yearly meeting of the Methodist Sunday School Association will be held to-morrow afternoon at Monumental Church at 3:30 o'clock. Attention is culled to ad. of a clothing cutler wanted. Stonewall Camp, Confederate Veter? ans, did not meet last night for want of a quorum. Another story of brick will be run up on Hotel Portsmouth. It will bo similar to that of the Montlcello, in Norfolk, It was decidedly cooler last night.? It was greatly appreciated. Mr. Dot.end, proprietor of Noah's Ark, tells you that you can find any tiling you need in the household line. The wife of Ilev. Henry T. Sharp, of Haiti more, is visiting bis brother, Mr. Jas. 11. Sharp, 27 Dlnwiddie street. Attention Is called to the ad', of s. w. Weaver, In which he announces that ho hns everything that can be found in a first-class drug store. Mrs. Rebecca Lpwls, widow of the into Jacob Lewi's, was stricken with paralysis yesterday. Her condition is critical. The old steamer Manhnsse-t was ro moved yesterday, and was carried on tho Berkley tints, near the iron bridge. "Hilly" Bailey, colored, was carried to the county ji'il last night to be kept until he could be tilled on the charge of highway robbery. Thorn Is on exhibition in the window of Schmoete's book store a dollar coined In 1804. It Is said to be valued at $1.000. Miss' Hudson, n trained nurse, who has been hero attending Captain Mar? shall's son Myron, who i!s suffering with typhoid fever, loft on the N. Y? P. & N. stenmnier lnst night, she having been called to the Eastern Shore through ;hc accidental drowning of her father, which happened yesterday in Ai r.mine county. Partridges are now coming in to mar? ket, and sell for n shilling e>cb. Mr. George White, Pay Clerk of the fj. S. S. Monongohela, left last might Tor New York to join his shin, after spending a week with his family. Mrs. F. F. Heese, wife of Rov. F. F. Heese, n former rector of Trinity Epis? copal Church, spent yesterday in Ports? mouth, eh route from P.altlmorc to her homo in Mncon, Ga. ! The police have adopted n plan to regulate bootblncklng In the city.? riercafler there will lv only ten of I them allowed in the city, and each one , of tin so Is to wear n badge with the word bootblack, with numbers from j one to ten. Lieutenant Only who has ?tbe matter in charge, hart nbnut fifty applicants to-day for the ten badges. TELL IT TO YOUR FRIENDS There is one place in the city where vou can gel anything that Is kept In a Itrst-Clnss Drug Store, such n? Prescrip? tions. Patent and Proprietary Medicines, C'gars. Snuffs Fancy and Toilet Article's, and that Is S. W. WEAVER'S P1IAH M \CY corner Green and Queen streets, Old 'Phone 2275 Portsmouth, Va. Oc21-lm LOWER THAN LOWEST! Corn Pork Mams ..... .9c. Corn Pork Shoulders.. 8c. Corn Pork Breasts-8c. Home made Sausage's. . 7c. We guarantee these prices to be as low as any jh the city. J. T. King & Son, Old Phono 2117. 4thand Hanrv Sts CLOTHING- SALESMAN WANTED at onco. Apply at 116 and 118-High street. Portsmouth, Va._'_It FOR SALE-SOUND AND GENTLE Horse; also buggy und harness. Apply at once to Mr. E. L* LASH, 711 Middle street; price J75.00. -oc20-3t WHY "SNOW FLAKE" CIO Alt sells. Hccause it Is mild, fragrant und full value for 5e. Union made, und like everything produced In Portsmouth, Is the best._sc30-3in FOR RENT OR SALE. ?10-R?OM house. No. 703 Middle street: fur? nished or unfurnished: all modern Im? provements. Apply Mrs. GARHATT. on the premises. ocl'J-31 n ?GO TO? INJOah's Ark, 208 HIGH STREET, And there you will find it. FRUITS IN CANS. White Cherries, Green Gauge Plums, Apricots. Lemon Cling Peaches, fears, Pineapples, Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries. Drledr-Prunes. Peaches. Nectarines, Apricots."' Figs. Raisins, Cur? rants.. .Blackberries. Fine Teas and Cof? fees a specialty. E. R. BARKSDALE BOTH PHONES. 129 COURT ST. Columbia Wins. So do we wiili our "QUEEN" brand Flour. Plantation Oorrcc at 20c. per pound, a close second. Give us a trial. Respectfully, R. E. KING, 200 COURT AND GLASGOW STS. P. C. COOD has taken charge of the Livery Stable on King street ("Clover's old stand"). He will remodel and put the placo lu good condition for I'.oarding and Transient trade, and will keep nice driving horses to hire, lie asks the patronage or the, pub? lic: and guarantees satisfaction. Ohl 'Phone 2102; new "phone 1-?07. oc3-lni John C. Nlemeyer. Auctioneer. STOVES. IRON" SAFE, CORNICE BREAK. AC, AT AUCTION. Pursuant to the terms of a deed of as? signment from A. I., (.'lurry to tile as trustee, 1 will sell at public auction at the stores Nos. 613, 615 < und r.17 Crawford street. Portsmouth, at 1<>:30 o'clock n. m. SATURDAY, Octobor 21st, 1899, a large number of Wood and Gasoline : Stoves. Ice Poxes. Refrigerators, Rubbci i Hose. Grates, 25 bales Oak tun, etc., etc., etc.: also one Cornicn Break in good or? der and one large iron Sale. Terms Cash, lv. A. IIA IN. Trustee. , JOHN C. NI KM EVER, Auctioneer. ocin-;u By G. M. Reynolds, Auctioneer. Commissioner's Sale of Valuable Real Estate. BY VIRTUE OP A DECREE OP THE Court of Hustings, for the city of Portsmouth, entered June 19tb. 1M''.?. Ill the suit of Alexander, Guardian, vs. Alexander, Ac, I will sell at public auc? tion at the courthouse In Portsmouth, at 12 o'clock m., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26TU, ISM. the following desirable real estate: 1. ?Two-story brick house. No. 51.1 Fourth street, with lot fronting 20 feet, I inches and running biek 113 feet, more or less. v I 2. ?Two-story brick bouse on Fourth ! street. No. 517. with lot fronting 20 feet, ' ?1 Inches, and running back 113 feel, more or less. 3. ?Two-story frame house on Fourth street. No. 519, with let fronting l'j feet. I' Inches, and running back 113 fCCt, more or less, 4. ?Two-story frame house No. 7 Essex street. With lot fronting :!') feet, n inches, and running back 65 feet. All of the above properly Is occupied by good tenants and the lanes between I the houses on Fourth strict are common to the houses on either side. TERMS.?Onc-th rd cash, and the bal? ance at 6 and 12 months," with interest and deed retained until the purchase money Is paid, but tin- purchaser may an? ticipate the deferred payments. CIIAS: T. BLAND, Special Coin miss loner. The bond required in the above decree has been duly given. ?T^sl. : -r. T. PHILLIPS. C. C. ocl7-tds By E. THOMPSON, D. C. Oysters for the People I have just added to my Lunch Room a raw box, where the choicest oysters can be had in any Style. H. O. PEARSON, FEBRY DAIRY EUNCII ROOM. H. B. WILKINS SAYS when you want DRY WOOD and CLEAN COAL call to sec him. as he has the fol? lowing: Dry P.ne. Dry Oak and Dry Slab. Also have a SOFT LUMP COAL. Call and s:c before purchasing. Phone 211S. 1213 WASHINGTON ST. FOR REIMT. Desirable Brick Dwelling No. 401 Din widdie street S rooms; gas. b.-th, range, sewerage and other conveniences. Rent $L'5 per month. JNO. L. WATSON. 109 High street. Portsmouth. Vs. Notice to Taxpayers. City and Slate taxes nre now due for IS99, and the City Collector and City Treasurer are ready to collect same. CAN BE FOUND AT COUNCIL CHAM? BER DAILY. SUNDAY EXCEPTED. FROM n O'CLOCK A. M UNTIL 6 P. M. ? By paying city taxes this month penalty wlli ho "saved. R. A. HUTCH!N8, City Collector. ocll-101 GEO. A. TABB, City Treasurer. FOR SALE. A beautiful cottage on shell read, a small cash payment; balance to be paid ns rent. Lots In Park View from SWO to STeU Easy terms. Fine corner lot cheap. Splendid place for store. R. S BROOKS, Real Estate, Rents and Loans. $30.000 TO LEND ON EASY TERMS. Startling One-Day Bargain Specials -AT THE Men's Boys' Men's Boys' Men's Men's Men's Men's Boys' Men's Boys' Boys' Men's Mfen's Boys' 39c. Underwear, two colors. 25c. Neckwear, Bows and Ties. 10c. Half Hose, fast colors. $3 Suits, all sizes. 50c. Negligee Shirts, all s'zes. 10c. Linen Collars, newest shapes. Fine Shirts and Drawers, all colors . .. 10c. Handkerchiefs, plain and fancy... All-wool Knee Pants, all sizes. 50c. White Shirts, unlaundered. 39c. Caps, all styles and shades. 39c. Knee Pants, well made. $1.50 and $2 Hats, Derbies and Alpines $2 Pants, all sizes. Underwear, Shirts and Drawers, all sizes 25c 19c ey2c $1.98 27c 7^c 60c 7^c 50c 29c 25 c 25c 98c $1.39 23c 214 High Street, Portsmouth, Va. GREAT OVERCOAT SALE AT Three hundred and eighty-live Overcoats to be sacriliced regardless ol cost. It is true they're all of last season's stock, but the styles are just the same and the prices we're offering them at will amaze you. Top Coats, Dress Goats, Ulsters to go at less than cost to manufacture them. We also have a large assortment of A\en's Pants and Suits, which will go at prices that will suit you. It you're in need of anything in the Clothing line it's dollars in your pocl<ets to buy here. Black ami nine Melton Cloth' Men's .High 'Oracle Suits?nll-\ 'Overcoats?all-wool, fast colons--; guaranteed?fifty different patu ;worth JlO.?O - ?worth Sl-'.OO to SIG.OO? ? $r.98. iron's Fancy Lined Covert Coats?a few sizes only?worth $6.98. Black. Blue and Grey Kersey Overcoats?worth 112.50? $8.98. lion's Stnrm Ulsters?hlack and ibluc all-wool?worth $$.00? $4.69. $n. sr. Moo's All-wool Chinchilla cloth lined hlack, blue or grej worth S1-.00? $6.85. Men's An-woor Covert Top Coats. Man's Mnh FHejsc Bisters nr. with or without velvet collar?worm st ,im c'oais -lined throughout wit Sir.00? all-wool serge- worth $10.00? $9.75. ?8.73. Men's Fnnry Uorstcd Pants?in j-0 Men's All-wool Suits. In' up-to-date Patterns ? all sin-s?, d,,...^, uinlds und stri] worth $X00? g7 50 lo $io.t)Q? $1.69. $5.23. Men's All-wool Worsted Pants? Youths* Overcoats and Ulsters, ln$* n bby stripes mid checks?worth Meltons. Kerseys. Chinchilla J&.00? . Friese?worth $8.00 to $12.00-^ , JV\. rosenb?um,? JjJ 116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth, Va. uy your cohl FROM w, & j. parker, connig and Crawrorfl Stets. You will never regret it. ~ blkgk SATTEEN skirts. A FULL LINE FROA\ 50c. TO $2 2$. Knit Skirts From 25c lo St.00. Special in 49c Steel Umbrellas e iyi m e* t t DEANS, 320 HIGH STREBT. 73 N EKT P7^ I R OF FEET. That is what everybody wants, but is riot what everybody gets who does not buy (he right Shoes. Our Shoes are the kind to gel. They look neater, wear longer and luve more style, Cull and see t lie in. TALIAFERRO 8< L_Oi\!0 C00 CRAWFOItD "REIST COUNKH KI.Wl. PORTSMOUTH, VA. iOici Market Square.) pfTfS 1 X ''Sneezing Time" and in ga'.n. and many arc annoyed "CA it'S A.NI'I l?y ti CRH PK" cures coli in head, hay fever; running at I'.ie n<Sse..' neuralgia, head? ache from coldi uhllly Hensatlons. pains i:i luiigs, b.ick. jn!ni:i and limbs: far,su? perior to quinine: or any preparation of quinine, and cost* no more. Price. Sic per box. Jerome P* Can-, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CUT ? RATE DRUGGIST, Cor. Court und County and Greon, near Pan streets. v We sell ninmond Spring Water. flvs gallons. 60c., . *