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THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH?NEW5 AND ADVERTISEMENTS. LAST DAY OF THE CONVENTION Daughters of Confederacy Trans? act much Important Busidess. >JEW OFFICERS ELECTED Virginia Division DftCldea Not to Consolidate With (he Oraud IHvls lou, iuii Will Keep on Wlib its Oreat WorU ns a Soparnlo Ortrntila aollnn?Tlio Memorial Kxerchei for Deceased Ouea Very Improml v?i Indeed. . TheuBceond day of the convention ot Itho Daughters of the Confederacy opened beautifully, and the ladles in? terested were just as enthusiastic as ever to give additional impetus to a ,Work dear to t)ho hearts. The convention opened -with prayer (by t'he Rev. R. B. Brjgleston, pa.stor of tjte l"Mrat Presbyterian Church, and the first hour whs dovoted to memorial eervloea ?tar Uio deceased .members of the division. Mi* following chapters reported Heaths of members: Bla.ok Horse?Airs. Hunton, wife of Gen. Eppa Hunton. IClrkwood Otey?Mrs. S. V. Fisher. rA.n eulogistic report was read by Mrs. Tanner. Portsmouth?Mrs, Ebblelinc Maupln. Eulogistic report was read by Mrs. Crump. Pulaskfl)?Mrs. E. M. Kent. vPlclc.ett-Bncfha.nan?Mrs. Joseph Wal? ters, Mrs. Harmanson, Miss Adelaldo SM. Rogers. Reported by Mrs. James Y. ILetgh. Gov. William Smith ? Mrs. Mao Emory. Seventeenth Regiment?Miss Mine, gorode. Miss Carroll. Mrs, Merchant, the stale registrar, (was placed In charge of the memorial fecord, ,nnd a motion was made that a report of deaths during l?iiS and 3^''.> bo embraoed In the minutest)! the present convention. This was tabled, pending ti. decision ns to whether or not. the Xriinules will he printed annunllly. i WILL NOT UNITE. There will be a kindred organization known as the Grand Division of Vdr tvinia, and the principal topic of discus? sion yesterndy was whether or not Vir? ginia Division Uiulted Daughters of the Confederacy would unit.: with the former body which lias a slightly larger membership. This tjuestinn was discussed at the convention bold at Appomntox and lind Sts orlgiln through n proposition which came from the Grand Division of Vir plnia, that the two organizations, the work of each being practically the enme, join forces and work in unison, Slaving ihe great pninelplcs underlying the organizations a.s a, foundation upon "Which the two associations could stand ns one, believing that in "Union there 3s Strength," und that by the combina? tion Vlrglivla would occupy the proud position of having a larger and stronger association than any other of n like kind to he found in nil of the Southern Stales. The matter was Introduced yesterday under the head of unfinished business, nnd many and various views were ex? pressed, 'he prcvailllng opinion heliifr that of Mary Curtis Leo Chapter, ot Alexandria, who said that the com? bined organizations would prove un? wieldy ami cumbersome, and at pres? ent was not at all desirable. Mrs. Anthony Smool, a delegate from the Seventeenth Regiment Chapter of Alexandria, held that union of.the two was bound to conic sooner or later, and that It might ;ih well be now. In the vote taken, Mrs. Smoot cast the five votes of the Seventeenth Rcgl twent In favor of comblualtlon, the oppo? sition, forces*casting -l" votes against consolidation. Mrs. \V. A. Taiinor. of Klrkwood Otey Chapter, Lynchburg, was ap? pointed to advise the Grand Division that the convention considered it ill ad (Viscd at this tline to join forces. TOOK A RECESS. ?Mrs. Edwin U. O'Brien, president of the division, was made custodian of the papers of the division. At 1 o'clock the convention took it re? cess for two hours, during which time the delegates wore under the special Care and charge of the Indies of Ports? mouth Chapter , and every attention ftjid courtesy possible was shown them. AFTERNOON SESSION. The afternoon was devoted to amend? ing the by-laws and discussing various subjects connected with the association. At t> i). m. an'adjournment was taken Until last night, when the election of ?lTIcers took place as follows: President?Mrs. James Y. Leigh, of Norfolk. Vlcc-Prestdent?Mrs. J. H. Fuiton, of fCVythcvllle. Recorder?Mrs. J. R, Atwood, of Ap pomattox. Secretary?Miss Virginia Grlllln, of ?Portsmouth. Treasuror?Mrs. W. C. Merchant, of ftlohmond. Historian?Mrs. Joseph II. Williams, Bf Woodstock. Registrar?Mrs. Lizzie Wuite, of Cul peppcr There being no other business, the Sinvention adjourned to meet In Wood tock In Ootobor, WOO. AN ACCIDENT AT THE YARD. (Yesterday morning about 11 o'clock p. white man named Rlddick, whose home is In Berkley, who Is employed In the Construction Department at the yard, went to tlio grinding stone to trind a shaper. While there ho got his and caught between the stone and the jtvooden casing, and before it could be femoved four of his Angers were fround off. The belt was thrown off. ut It was some time before the wheel Could bo stopped. He was carried to the ptspensary, where the wound was dressed, after which he was sent to his home. No one can Imagine the pain that he suffered while his hand was be? ing ground off. Mop Pnyiiitr Horn, 'A man hi only Justified In paying reut trtun he can do no bottur. Every honest trVan of ordinary industry and inlelll genoe who read? this advertisement can make' arrangements whereby he can flret a home by making a small Cash payment and paying the balance Jn monthly instilments. For fulLpartie 'Mlars call on the Seaboard Real Estate Company, 21i High street. FOOTBALL, GAME TO-MORROW. Manager Gerke, of the Portsmouth eleven, yesterday received a letter from tho manager of the Y. M. C. A. football team of Washington that his team, to the number of seventeen men, would arrive in this city, to-morrow morn? ing by way of the Washington steamer. Our boys mean to do their level be3t, and to that end are bending all of their energy. They realize that the Washing? ton eleven is a strong one, hence their desire to prove equal to the great strug? gle which will take place to-morrow afternoon at 3:lS o'clock at Columbia Park. The line-up of the visitors will be us follows: Stewart, center; MaConvillc, right guard; Eaton, or Harding, left gunrd; Bon lay, right tackle; McGowan, left tackle; Lunsford, right end; Shaw, or Townsend, left end; Ross, right-half back; Weaver, left-half back; Snell, or Nelligan, full back; Roddington, quar? terback. Substitutes?Bynum, Hayes, Hund? ley nmd Nelligan. A NARROW ESCAPE. Last night about 10 o'clock, as car No. i on the Portsmouth street railway was en route to tho ferry, with quite n number of passengers on, when :t renchod tho corner of Crawford nnd Ili^li si roots, the motorman came to a standstill ns usual. Tile car conductor jumped off and looked around. His at? tention, ns well as that of the motor man, was attracted by a :iim who was peddling books on the corner, and neith? er of them saw a freight train coming down Crawford street, and started the car. which had scarcely moved before tlie train was on top n* it. The passen? gers Jumped out to the back and front of the car. Tho crowd on the corner who saw what happened expected to see them killed. A candy peddler, who was dressed in white, in falling, came near go Ins under tho car *unl was pulled away by some gentlemen to keep the car from running over him, in falling he hurt his arm quite badly. Such care? lessness is inexcusable nnd might have resulted in tlte loss of life and limbs to the passengers, who were badly frightened an 1 denounced the action of the men in charge of the oar in inn guilge that was harsh and severe. The crowd on the corner stood amazed. LATEST NAVAL NEWS. Lieutenant Commander A. E. Culver,' detached from the Chicago and ordered to the Indiana. Lieutenant Commander W. 1). Rose, detached from tho Chicago and order? ed to tlie Indiana. Lieutenant Commander A. Ward, or? dered to the Solace for passage to the Asiatic station. Lieutenant E. H. DeLany, detached from the Olympia when out of com? mission and ordered to tlie Enterprise'. Commander T. H. Stevens, detached from tlie War College and ordered to the navy yard at Portsmouth, Va. Lieutenant G. Kacmmerllng, ordered to duty on iho. Wnbash. Lieutenant C. M. Knepper, detached from the St. Mary's and ordered to the Solare. Medical Director M. C. Drennan, re? tired under the personnel net. Ensign 11. N. Jenson, detached from the bureau of steam engineering and ordered to ordnance Instruction at the Washington navy yard. OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. What will be known as a mothers' meeting, with tlie object of bringing the teachers of the public schools in closer relations with the parents of children, will be held this afternoon at 2:20 o'clock at tlie Second District School building In Green street. This is a plan of Professor W. A. Jenkins, and Is intended to create among the parents of the children of tiie schools a greater degree of interest in the education of tlie little ones. A program of singing and recitations has been prepared as follows: Hinging. "Blacksmith's Song"...School j "Golden Keys".Three quotations! Trio, "Chickadee"..Misses Ethel Cooke, i Dollle Cherry, Willie Wilder. Recitation.Miss Dollle Cherry A talk of ten minutes about little children by lhe principal. Invitations have been Issued to pa? rents. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SOLD. Yesterday, in front of the court? house, nt 12 nt., Messrs. G. M. Reynolds it Co., auctioneers, sold foi Mr. Char+es T. Bland, special commissioner, tlie fol? lowing property: 1. Two-story brick house, No. 515 Fourth street, with lot fronting 20 feet 1 Inches and running back 113 feet, more or less, to Mr. M. J. Nash; $910. 2. Two-story brick house on Fourth street. No. 517, with lot fronting 20 feet l Indies and running back 113 feet, more or less, to Mr. A. Klein; Jl.POii. 3. Two-story frame house on Fourth (street. No. Ml), with lot fronting ID feet !l inches and running back 113 feet, more or less, to Mr. John E. Owlns; $750. 4. Two-story frame house. No. 7 Es? sex street, with lot fronting 20 feet 3 Inches and running hack 03 feet, to Mr. II. L. Alexander; ?:.V0. PREPARING FOR THE PAIR. The ladles of St. Paul's Catholic Church are busy just now preparing the Armory llall for the grand fair, which will open on the 1st of Novem? ber. This fair promises to be one of the best ever held by the ladies of St. Paul's, niid our people know that this is saying a great deal. Many valuable articles have been donated to be dis? posed of. A list of ilie principal ones will be given Liter. The supper table will, as usunl, lie a special feature of tho fair, and lunches will be served at reasonable rates. XV. K. MASON RAILED. W. E. Mason, colored, who was con? victed In the Mayor's Court In Sep? tember of shewing obscene pictures, and was sent to jail for one year and lined $200, has, through his attorney, J. W. Bason, taken nn appeal to the Hust? ings Court, and was yesterday admitted to ball In the sum i>f $500 for Ills ap? pearance in court when wanted. OFF FOI5 NEWPORT NEWS. About four hundred Pythhins, in chiding both divisions of lhe uniform corps, left last night for Newport News on. the steamer Mob jack to attend the district convention. The convention will be presided over by Mr. It. E. War? ren, district deputy organizer. Mr. Charles T. ninml conferred the Grand Lodge degrees. They anticipate having a big time. The Seaboard Real Estate Company lias two houses In course of erection for clients in Park View: It you wish to do so you can have your house commenced next. Call on thin company at their office, 214 Illgli street, ?v. ..V i e I ?'? . . ? >. vv ? .?.? ?. >? Miscellaneous Happenings Conden? sed For Virginian-Pilot Readers. MOVEMENTS OF PEOPLE What In Coins On In und Around I'ortsmoulu mid Nuburbitn ?Joiu? muultca Valliorttd, hi fled nud i oiii I? Vow Word??The I'mI, tlio l'roiii'nl null the raiure Itoveitlod. Itnlulvd mid I'orunliHiloivod. The floor at the Bank oC Portsmouth gave way on Wednesday and caused much inconvenience. A force of men were put to work and repaired dam? ages in a short while. House No. 1009 Washington street Is offered for rent. A horse attached to a wagon ran away during the thick fog yesterday morning. The horse, in his llight, ran into an electric light pole and stunned himself quite badly. No Hags have been raised on the pub? lic school since they opened this ?Ses? sion. Just what the cause Is has not been learned. The dirty condition or High street has not made a favorable impression on the strangers that have been in our city for several days. The Daughters of the Confederacy have had beautiful weather since they have been in session. There is more building going on in and around Portsmouth at this time than there has been for years. Cant. Wm. Beaton, of Southampton county, was In the city yesterday. There was nothing done In the Mayor's Court yesterday but civil bus? iness. .Mis' Maud Schell, of Southampton county, is In the city on a visit to friends. The Pythians carried a good crowd down to Newport News last night. The lire in the Dismal Swamp Is do? ing much damage. It Is said that quite a number of bears have been run out on that account. The city Is full of smoke every night from It. Park View Baptist Church Sunday, Rev. W. P. Hlhcs, pastor?Bible school at U::iO a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by the pastor, and at 7:lfi p. nt. by Rev. W. R. Proctor, of the M. E. Church. The public cordially Invited. The heavy fog yesterday morning caused much delay in the travel across the ferry, consequently it made' our papers much later than usual. It is said that there will be several petitions before the Council at their next meeting in reference to the ferry. The clerks and their employe*? in Nor? folk will each have one, and the mer? chants on this nlde will aiso have one in reference to the ferry to Berkley. The Norfolk County Democratic Ex? ecutive Committee will hold a meeting at Brown's Hotel Saturday at noon for the purpose of making arrangements to bring out a full vote on election day In the county. Medium size dwelling houses are very much In demand In this city. Mr. Edward Cuthrell. chief machinist of the U. S. monitor Amphitrlte now at the Brooklyn navy yard. Is In the city on a week's leave of absence. Norfolk Dodge. R. P. O. 13., will en Joy a supper at Brown's Hotel, this city, to-night. The Newport, a U. S. gunboat, was placed in the dry dock In the navy yard yesterday to have some slight re? pairs made. Among the latest predictions ot the coming Methodist Conference Is that the Rev. E. H. Rawlings will be sent to Portsmouth as pastor of Monument? al Church. He is now pastor of Clay Street Church, Richmond. Mr. William B. Johnson entertained a pleasant party at the Portsmouth At? lantic Club at Ocean View yesterday. Among his guests were Rev. Dr. R. B. Garrgtt and family. Rev. J. W. Mltch "ell ami liUiiily, and Rev. J.F. t?uv/ of Suffolk. The United States receiving-ship Franklin is again receiving an over? hauling, being painted inside, and all the capstans are being removed. Saturday afternoon an informal hop will be given over the navy yard gate. There are no written Invitations issued for these hops, but the friends of ofli cers attached lo this station are ex? pected to he there. The case of W. D. Padgett, charged with embezzlement, was again called In the. Mayor's court yesterday. The principal witness being absent and showing no signs of appearing a war? rant was issued for Ms arrest and the case Mas continued until Saturday Next Tuesday will be Hallow'cen. Several entertainments ha.ve been set for that night. The Old Folks' concert nt Owen's Me? morial Church last night was well at? tended and was greatly enjoyed. ?Deputy Sheriff Codd, of the county, yesterday arrested Henry Hicks, who Is wanted for robbing the Pace store. HE WANTED WORK. Yesterday morning n tall, lean coun? try-looking darkey stopped at the cat hole on the Oosport bridge, where a fisherman had just come up with a boat load of fish. He accosted the captain in the following manner: "Say, boss; can I get a Job?'.' "Yes. can you bail out a boat?" "Yes, sir." "Well, you are employed." He then stepped on hoard, was given a cup and began work. He worked faithfully for some time. Find? ing he made no headway he went and borrowed a pump and worked for a half a day. The faster he pumped the faster the water came In through the holes in the bottom. After working for seve? ral hours he was paid 2,"> cents, and left, not knowing that a joke had been play? ed on him. hut he showed that he was willing to work. AN A DARM OF KIRK. Yesterday morning just u few min? utes past 11 o'clock an alarm of lire was ?turned In from box 17. and I; being a water fronl call the whole department turned out. It was n tempest In n tea-pot, how? ever, as the Ore amounted to nothing, a gasolene stove in the st.v > 227 County street exploding without doing the least damage. ? We keep every shape of collars. T.e: us sell you your collars. Chas. R. Wcl ton & Co. FERRY MATTERS DISCUSSED. The Purchasing of New Property One ?of the Important Questions. The Joint Ferry Committee at their meeting Wednesday dlscussifd the pur? chasing of the property adjoining the ferry on the north side of the slip be? longing to the ferry lessees, E. C. Brooks and%'. R. Nash, to be used for ferry purposes. The lessees have agreed to sell for the price paid by them. Mr. Brooks has named his price, but Air. Nash does not care to sell, and will not name a price. The committee will wait on them again, and if he refuses to sell they will <isk fhe court to condemn ttie same, n't it 1? absolutely necessary to have this property before the quicker trips can be made, and there Is not much time to be lost. The committee went over to Norfolk yesterday afternoon to see what steps could bo taken to use both docks at that point right away, with no addi? tional cost to the lessees except a gate? keeper. The delay in transferring teams from Berkley lo Portsmouth and vice versa has brought about the clamor for such action. It is said that the teams going between NVuTolk and Portsmouth, while standing outside, often get mixed nnd cause much time to he lost. By using both docks there will be lib cause for Ihis. nnd quicker trips can bo made between the two cities. The collector would have to be located some where outside, so that passengers, &c could pass in and out to enter boat, .lust what they will do cannot be made public yet, as they had not definitely settled how it should he done. SUSPECT POISON WAS USED. A gentleman from the county told the Virginian-Pilot representative yester? day that a farmer nain .1 Sawyer, who lives near Ohurohlami. whf .has several hdrses, locked them up In his barn a few nights ago. ami thai the nest I morning when he vent to f.l Ihem. he found them all dead. Indications point to a case of poisoning, .lust \vho| .lid it. or' for what cause, he was un? able to tell. The matter has caused I considerable talk among Hie farmers. EVENTS TO-DAY. Portsmouth Lodge No. 111. I. A M. Moiu.tuk Tribe No. I. 0; It. M. Old Dominion Dodge No. ?". 1. t >. O. F OTHER PORTSMOUTH LO? CAL ON PAGE 11. FOR RKNT? HOUSE NO. ICOO \VArl? ington sir. < t. s rooms and loft, bath room and all conveniences. Apply to W. N. WHITE. o<;;-tr \\T A NT K l>. ? A CO I .OR EI > WOJIA N ?? to cook, wash and Iron for a fami? ly of .-is. Apply ; > Mrs. \V. .1. ROGERS, 710 Washington *tre< t. ocSS-St A CARD 2 Don't let your prop' rty ".o to p|c<;i when, by sending a postal to me, you enn have the same repaired at uniall cost if taken in time. C. A. ROANK, Carpenter, oc2r.-tf .lt:t Fuyette Street. FREE TO LITTLE GIRLS The little girls spelling Hie greatest number of words from the name. 44 Win. B. Daughtrey," (Proper names excepted) will receive the s-M of Furs now on ex? hibition in the show window at No. :ns High street. This rolltest will close Xu YK.MBKU IS, 189?. Wm. B. Daughtrey & Co. HATS. CAPS. UMBRELLAS, OLOVES AND CHILDREN'S FURS. oc25-lw Men's Suits. Worth S $10 for $7 50 I I Men's Suits, Worth | $12.50 for $10 Boys- Suits, Worth ? $3 for $1.98 I I Boys' Suits, Worth I $ $5 for $3.4.8 . | I Boys' Knee Pants, | I Worth 75c for 50c | % Boys' Knee Pants, | t Worth 39c for 25c | t Boys' Caps, Worth | I 39c for 25c % I Men's Underwear, f I Worth 50c for 25c | % Men's Pants, Worth f I $3 for $1.98 I Boys' Overcoats, g I Worth $5 tor $3.89 | I 214 rilOH STREET $ PORTSMOUTH. vv FREE! FREE! $50 $50 Man's Complete Lean's Complete Outfit. _ Outfit. JUST TO SHOW WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU. - Merchant Tailoring Department. Men's Clothing Department. Boys' Clothing Department. Men's Fine Furnishing Department. Men's Nobby Hat Department. Its time for seeing and we are pleased to have you here. SHOE DEPARTMENT?We have always carried tho best lino of Ladles', Men's, Roys' and Children's Shoes In tills city. Our line of Shoes this season is superior to any wo have ever offered. They were bought before the advance of the leather market, and therefore charge no advance. 213-215 High Stest. Strictly One Price. For Gash Only. ??????????mmmw s mmi to buyers. Are you looking for a chance to save money ? If so, we'll advise you to read carefully the matchless bargains we're offering in Ws, Boys' anil GUiiaren's (Holling;. We guarantee an actual saving of from 40.to 50 per cent on any. purchase. We'll further advise you to buy as early as possible, as such values can't last long. I'.lg lot of Men's ami Hoys' Suits? A lot of just -17 Men's Eine Blue extra w? n made?which really eust : and Rlnck Overcoats?cuts the cor $0.00 to manufacture and which i reel style and unusually well-mado other dealers charge ?10 I .id which nny other clothier [o;>.y::u.:;'',.:':!.!rm.hf.':? $5.481 ;x.,:r.k. ^,.,...$,:..f*r~?.".1: 55.98 on- hundred Men's All-wool Suits odd* ami ends of lot- which W< sold lit i!^ and |l?>. ami which arc worth ircry cent or iiiat now?hut thev Your pick of a i?l? im or Children's nils, which we've nd $0.00. not all s! Hulls, which we've sohl til 15.00 hut possibly inusi go (illicitly?so take wi^ "?6 I the. size' you want- If .-o en you: pick for . J>( ./? you ran have 'em tot. ?P. ?3V SUSad?-to-Mfiasure Suits. We have just one hundred and eighty nine patterns left in Cheviots, Cassimeres and Worsted effects? We're going to di? vide them up in two lots and offer the choice made to your measure and guaran? teed to fit as follows : The $15, $18 and $20 Suits for $12.38. The $22, $25 and $30 Suits for $17.75. The $5, $6 and $7 Pants for $3.98. The $7.50. $8.50 and $9 Pants for $5.98 7V\. ROSENBHUM, 116 and 118 High St., Portsmouth, Va. BUY YOUR COTaL FROM W. & J. PARKER, COlinly 0 Cpf?H SlF88tS; You will never regret it. 75 NEKTfMIR EET. That is what everybody wants, hut is not what everybody t,'ets who does not buy Ilia right shoes. Our Shoes are the kind to get. They look neater, wear longer and have more style, Call and see them. TALIAFERRO 8c LONG C00 CRAWFORD STREET COHN EH KING. PORTSMOUTH. VA. (Old Market Square.) HOTEL FOR SALE. Mr. Charles IT. Brown, proprietor of the well known and strictly llrst-class Motel known as Brown's Motel, corner of High and Water streets, Portsmouth, offers for sale hid lease, stock, fixtures, license, fur? niture nnd everything contained in the building and necessary to the business. The hold Is doing a thriving hlis'ncgs, Mr. Brown's reasons for selling being that ho Is desirous of engaging in another line of business. Parties interested will do well to call upon Mr. Brown at the Hotel. or'.'.'.-.'!_ NOTICE. I close at 7 p. m. sharp, Saturdays excepted. R. E. KING, COO CO CRT STREET; Oysters for the People 1 have just added to my* l.uneh Room a raw box, where the chokest oysters can lc had In any style, H. O. PEARSON, F v. n n V I*>A IR Y IA'XC11 ROOM. TELL IT TO YOUR FRIENDS There Is one place In the city where you can get anything that is kept in a first-class Drug Store, such as Prescrip? tions, Patent and Proprietary Medicines, (' gars, Snuffs Fancy and Toilet Articles, and that is 3. W. WEAVER'S PHAR? MACY, corner (Srecn and Queen street*, Old "Phone 2275 Portsmouth, \'a. oc21-Itp F"OR RENT. Desirable Brick Dwelling No. 401 D'n widdle street S rooms; gas. b.'tb. range, sewerage and other conveniences. Rent S25 per month. . , JNO. U WATSON. JOS Ulsb ?treeu Portsmouth. Vs. Call on or write R. S. BROOKS, Real Estate, Rents and Loans. S29 HIGH STREET. JM.000 TO LEND ON EASY TERMS. H. B. WILKINS SAYS when you want DRY WOOD and CLEAN COAL call to see htm. as ho has the fol? lowing: Dry Pine. Dry Oak anil Dry Slab. Also have a SOFT LUMP COAL. Call and see before purchasing. Phone 111*. E13 WASHINGTON ST. FRUITS IN CANS. White Cherries, Green GniiKc Plums, Apricots. Lemon Cling Peaches. Pears, Pineapples; Blueberries, [llackbcrries, Raspberries, Dric?~Prunes, Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Pigs, Kafstns. Cur? rants. Blackberries. Eine Teas and Cof? fees a specialty. E. R. BARKSDAWE ROTH PHONKS. 129 COURT ST. FOR HIRE ? HORSES AND V E hlcles of all kinds. Kentucky driv? ing atul saddle horses: new lop B(lggfi!S( rubber t'reV or bicycle wheels; Shell.uiii' Ponies, Carls and Harness for ladles and children. They are beauties, Special nt tentLn paid to hoarding and transient trade. Come and s> e me; CloVer's Old stand Klhls Street; Old phbee 2202; new phone UOV. P. C. CODD For Sale?Shetland Pony, Cart and Harness; weight 2i>? pounds; height 31 in.