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THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH?NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
YOU CAN FIND IT RIGHT HERE If You Are Looking for the Latest News In Brief. PERSONAL AND GENERAL A Column of Condeuitd Newa of nu Intereatlna; Katar? ' Congcralu: tna Uovemeuts of People Ton Huow and Have Heard or? ITXticti luforuiailou lo I.lnle Space Com? piled for Tib one to Wbom "aTnio I? ni?a?j'' and Wbo Enjoy Nowapn* per Snap Snote. The public.has recovered from its re? cent fright and the children are re? turning back to the public schools. Rev. Mr. Rawllngs will begin a serlee of sermons to young men next Sunday night. The Christian Crusaders are holding cervices at the little chapel on County street extended. G. M. Reynolds & Co., auctioneers, sold yesterday for trustees the house and lot at the northeast intersection of B and Cooke streets, PaTk View. Title passed to Norman Cassell and Frank P. Webster, the price paid for the proper? ty being $1,850. In Uie Hustings Court yesterday Mla sourl Q. Tatem, orphan of John W. Tatem, chose her mother, Mrs. Missouri A. Tatem, to be her guardian. A. E. Warner was surety in the sum of $200. Robert Ach, arrested on a charge ot steullng $12 from George Spice, was committed to the county jail yesterday pending examination before \ Justice Bunting. Prof. Loonel Tyler, of William and Mnry College, was In the city yester? day. Mr. A. B. Charlton, an attache of the ? County Treasurer's office, and Miss Lille E. Trlmyer will be married at S o'clock this evening at the bride's home In Cottage Place. The doll offered by the Earnest Work? ers of Central Church to the child bringing in the largest amount of money toward the building fund, will be awarded Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Frazer Thompson, corner Green and County Btreets. Mrs. R. B. Beadles left here this morning to Join her husband, Rev. R. B. Beadles, who has been sent to a charge at Capron, Va. The City Council will hold a special meeting next Tuesday night to consider a proposition from the Bell Telephone Compnny. who want a contract with the city for twenty-five years, and the Pig Point railroad matter. The many friends of Miss Mnbel Her? bert will be pleased to learn that she Is rapidly recovering from her recent Ill? ness. President F. Wiesdorf, of the State Fireman's Association, bending a dele? gation of thirty men. is In Richmond in the-interest of legislation in behalf ot firemen. Th? ferry boat Elizabeth, which has been fitted with the bo'Ier taken from th? No-f lk Countv. has b en pltcod In the lay-up drck In Nnrfo'k The old Elizabeth Is over1 on th ?? Berkley Tat?. A colored youth wns lorkcd up at the police station last n'glit at the request of his father. Cnptaln F. Wles-'o-f and other prom? inent firemen of this city, who have been in Richmond for the past few days, returned home last night. JOHN WTLKF.fi BOOTH, THE AS? SASSIN OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. At Court Street Baptist Church to? night Rev. R. B. Qarre-tt will tell the story of the capture and death of the slayer of President Lincoln. It is one of the most exciting stories in Ameri? can history, and will be -told just as It occurred, without einb llishmcnt. The lecture lias been given In many of the ?Northern and most of the Southern cities, and Is said to be Intensely In? teresting to young and old alike. There is riot a word In it to offend those who sympathized with North or South. DrJ Garrett was present at the death of Booth, and has many interesting relics of the event. PORTSMOUTH RIFLES ELECT LIEUTENANT. The Portsmouth Rifles held a special meeting at the Armory last night for the purpose of electing a second lieu? tenant. The meeting was a most harmonious one, about thiry-flve members being present. Mr. Jaines L. Busby was placed in nomination nnd unanimously elected. Mr. Busby will go to Richmond at an ear:y day for tactical examination by the State Military Board, which is composed of the General, Adjutant General, and Inspector General of the Volunteer Soldiers of Virginia. Cain. Owens states that the company will be mustered into service as soon os Lieut. Busby receives his commission. LATEST NAVAL NEWS. Commander C. P. Perkins, detached from command of the Michigan and or? dered In charge of the Fifteenth Light? house District. Naval Cadet F. L. Sheffield's order.-* of the 8th modified?when detached from the Resolute he is ordered to the Massachusetts. Captain A. C. Doyen, Marine Coriw, Is detached from the Indiana and or? dered to the navy yard at Norfolk. TO BECOME A BENEDICT. Mr. Thomns F. Tucker, of the Sea? board Air Line, will leave this morn, lug for Seaboard, N. C. where he will be married this afternoon to Miss Ally Eugenia Foster, a young lady of prom? inence at that place. The bride nnd groom will arrive here by the evening trairf?and repair to the residence of Mrs. Willis Tucker, on King street, which will be their future home. SCRAP OVER DOG. Two colored men-Dave Saxton and Thomas Brenton, hailing from the Old North State, engaged In a personal encounter Just oulaTde the city limits yesterday over the possession of a dog. The, belligerent's fought..the bout . for some 'time. Meanwhile the inno? cent cause of the fracas fled to parts 'Unknown. There were no arrests. PATRIOTIC EXERCISES. One Hundredth' Anniversary of the Death of Washington Fitly Cele? brated. ' To-day marks the hundredth anni? versary of the death of one of the greatest statesmen nnd soldiers pro? duced by this country, the "Immortal Washington"?and In commemoration of the event exercises appropriate to the occasion will bo held tu all our pub? ic schools at noon to-day. In connec? tion with the usual routine In the schools exercises relative to the life and character of Washington will'form a conspicuous part. At the High School the pupils -will as? semble, with the Daughters of America, for the purpose of hearing an address from Colonel William H. Stewart on "Washington, the Patriot Under Two Flngs." At the close of these interesting ex? ercises the schools will be dismissed for tht balance of the day. REAL, ESTATE TRANSFERS. The Port Norfolk Land Company to C. B. Ashton, two lots east side Mary? land avenue; $G00?county. George T. Tllley andowlfe to Sandy Wyche, lot east side Delaware street, Campostella: J200?county. Mary C. Hathaway to E. J. Trultt, lot on east side of Chestnut street, Berkley; $1,256?county. F. Richardson to W- James, lot on west side of Douglas avenue, Bishop tract; $60?county. Charles I. Stengle to James C. Eason, lot in South Norfolk; 575?county. Moses Salsburg and wife to Lewis T. Pendleton, lot. No. 14, Berkley; $700? county. MAYOR'S COURT. William Hicks, colored, was one of I he prisoners arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, the charge being dis? orderly conduct. Hicks is evidently suaeiing of a mental disorder which was the Immediate cause of his pres? ent trouble. The Mayor fined him $10. In default the prisoner went to jail for thirty days. William Wallace, colored, was next on the docket. He was charged with stealing npples from Miller's store. County street, near Elllngbam. The value of the apples was fixed by the owner at 20 cents. The Mayor sen? tenced him to Jail for a term of thirty days. JOHN WILKES BOOTH. A chapter of unwritten history, or "The Capture and Death of John Wilkes Booth." will toe the subject of a lecture -to be given at Court Street Baptist Church this evening at S o'clock by Rev. R. B. Garrett, pastor of the church. The subject Is one which the Doctor Is thoroughly nc nualnted with, and the personal knowl? edge of some of the scenes and inci? dents In connection with the man who has figured so prominently In the Nation's history, make him pre-emi? nently the man for the subject. A rare treat is In store for all who attend. A PIECE OF CARELESSNESS. Yesterday morning complaint was made to Mr. Lowenburg, owner of Hotel Portsmouth, by a lady who sus? tained a very severe injury to one of her feet while pasing along High street, and characterized the accident as sheer carelessness on the part of the men employed on the building. It seems that while engaged in turning an arch a brick fell from the scaffold, striking the lady on the foot. Mr. Lowenburg expressed his regrets that the accident should have happened, and will see to It that greater care is exercised in the future. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. At a m e Ing of James Monroe Coun? cil. Royal Arcanum, the following olll cerg were elected for the ensuing twelve months: J. P. Neville, regent; W. B. G.:mer, vice regent; Oalvin Bur well, orator; J. M. Hartlove, past re? gent; J. A. Davis, secretary; V. C. ilnnrahan, collector; H. A. Campbf-11, treasurer; Tt. E, Deans, Sr., chaplain; J. L. Robertson, guide; Bartlett Curl? ing, warden; William H. Pettingiii, sentry; J. T. Curran, trustee for three years; J. M. ITar.love, representative to Grand 'Council; U, A. Campbell, alter? nate. NEW CHURCH PAPER. The Virginian-Pilot Portsmouth bu? reau acknowledges the receipt of a copy of the Park View Baptist Record, a paper published In the interest of Park View Church and its work. The paper, a bright, crisp little journal, is edited by Rev. W. P. Hlnefl, pastor of the church, who hopes to accomplish much through its columns for the betterment of the community and the glory of God. It gives a full account of the wonder? ful work accomplished by that congre? gation in less than two years. THE KNIFE AGAIN. The Brandt Company have concluded to put the knife Into their select stock, making a still further cut In cost of their high grade slock tn the purchaser. Every thing for men must go, as the season Is far advanced, so the people of this city would save mnny dollars by paying the Brandts a visit before making Ihtlr eontemp'at d.purchase. HUNG JURY. The trial of James French wns re? sumed in the Hustings Court yester? day morning. The argument by counsel on both side*! was con hided early '.n tha day and the ense given to the jury. After deliberating for some lime they reported that they could not reach nn ?agreement. It 1^ sakl thr<t the Jury was evenly illvid d?six for nnd six against conviction. The Jury wns discharged. MAY EXPECT A COMPROMISE. There will be a meeting of the Joint ferry committee this afternoon at the court house for the purpose of further discussing the mtitter of pur? chasing the Nash properly for ferry purposes. It is jjow thought that a compromise can "be effected between Mr. Nash and the committee without reverting to 'the courts for condemna? tion proceeding. For cold In head, Ca pud I nc is a speedy, safe remedy; nlso for all aches. 15 and 25c. at druggists. A (JoihI lllVOilti'lll. If you want to put your money In something that will pny buy yourself a home. You cannot provide for your family In a better way than that. We can furnish you a lot and build a home nn It for you nnd you pay for It 1n monthly payments. Instead of paying rent year after year pay for your own home. Lots for sale In all locations on easy terms. . . '?' . Call or address The Seaboard Real Estate Co., 214 High St. (up stairs) for further Information. MRS. LAWLESS DEAD. Tier Life a Record of Good Deeds, "Which Will Linger As Precious . Heirlooms. Mrs. Ellen Nolan Lawless .died at 4:20 a. m. yesterday at her residence, No. 413 Second street, after a long and pain? ful Illness. She was the wife of Mr. Thos. J. Lawless, for years a prominent citizen of Portsmouth, to whom she was married in 1S5C upon his return from China, whither he had accompanied the Perry expedition. Mrs1. Lawless was of Irish birth and blood, but had resided in this city more than half a century. She was in the 61st year of her age. The deceased was the mother of Mrs. ?Prank Rorschach. Miss Elizabeth Law? less and Secretary of the Common? wealth J. T. Lawless, all of whom were present at her bedside during her last moments. Her brother, James Nolan, was an engineer In the Confederate Navy, and lost his life on board the "Mannssas" when that vessel was de? stroyed in the Mississippi. In youth, she was distinguished for the benuty of her person and the sweet gentility of her nnture; and her pa7 tience and amiability were never more characteristically displayed than during the suffering which marked her last ill? ness. The good deeds this gentle soul performed none but the recipients of her favors ever knew. Charity without displny she loved, and the poor were her friends. ? During the Civil war she was a min? istering angel to the stricken soldiers in the hospitals. Indeed, she measured full up to every responsibility In life, and seemed to have been fashioned by nature to give the world an example of a noble, gentle woman. The funeral will take place at 3 o'clock p. m. to-day from her late res? idence, No. 419 Second street. REDEMPTION BONDS FOR SALE The city ?fters for sale $110,000 of 4 per cent, interest-bearing redemption bonds, payable in thirty years from January, 1900. These bonds are In de? nominations of $100. $500 and $1,000, and exempt from city taxes. They can be registered principal and Interest, or principal only, at option of holder. Sealed proposals should be addressed to E. Thompson, city clerk, not later than December 27, at C o'clock p. fn. Tiie right is reserved" to reject any or all bids. For particulars see ad. in another column. RUNAWAY ACCIDENT. Willis Jenkins, who lives near Shoulder's Hill. Norfolk county, came to town in a buggy. When near the city limits, on Qncen street, the horse became frightened and ran away, throwing Jenkins out on the street, breaking one of his arms. The buggy was also considerably smashed. The man was taken to the. ollice of Dr. France, where the fracture was re? duced. Afterwnrd he was sent to his home. JUNIORS PLAY SATURDAY. A game of football between the Junior eleven and the Mohawks has been ar? ranged for Saturday next, at Columbia Park. All members of the Juniors are requested to be present for practice to nlght at 7:30 o'clock at Swimming Point, Charies R. Welton & Co. will remove to 208 High street on January 1, 1900. Cut prices on underwear until then. FOR, RENT.?HOUSE. NEAR ITARRT son and Washington street: 4 rooms and kitchen: city water: $6.50 per month 10 prompt paying tenant. Apply to J. C. KMMKRSON, 217 High street. del3-.1t XMAS GIFTS?UNION MADE CI gnrs, 25 In a box. Snow Flake, Phoe? nix. Our Standard. Ladles, call and see. PHOENIX CIGAR CO., Rich. D. Guy, mgr.. 227 High street. _ de9-lw PORTSMOUTH ROWLTNO ALLEY will give away a fine umbrelln for the highest score made Wecking ending De? cember 10th. City Redemption Bonds For Sale. Office of the City Clerk. Council Chamber, Portsmouth, V.l., Dec. 13. ISM. The City of Portsmouth offers for sale $110.000 of Its redemption bonds, payable In 30 years from January 1st, 1D00. bear? ing- Interest nt the rate of l per cent, per annum, payable seml-annnally, in Jan? uary and July. These bonds arc denomi? nations of $1<A>. $500 and Jl.OO''), are exempt from city taxes and can he registered, principal and interest, or principal only, tit the option of the holder. Sealed proposals addressed to E. Thomp? son Jr., City (Merk, will be received un? til Dt-e. 27lh. IS99, 6 o'clock p. m., for the purchase of these bonds, the city re? serving tho right to reject any or all the bids. Communications other th?n proposals should be addressed to J. W. BROWN, Jr.. dcM-td Chairman Finance Committee. MARKET GROCERY. I beg leave to announce to my patrons I and friends that I have opened Stalls Nos. 11 and 13, City Market, whero can be found a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods. &c. Respectfully, de!2-3t ? GEORGE K. ATKINSON. for cTrIhm?sT" Raisins, 10c. to 35c.;-Currants, 8 l-3c. to 10c.: Citron, 10c. to 15c. Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, Figs, Dntes, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Grapes and all kinds Fancy Groceries. H. B. BARLOW & BRO. Firnwo?s, Candies and Huts. If you want Candles, Nuts, etc., for Christmas, call on II. O. PEARSON'S Ferry Cigar and Confectionery Store. A .full line of fireworks., etc., and lowest at tho lowest prices in the city. NOTBCE! NOTICE! S\30TBCE! - Hoi every one In need of DRY PfNE WOOD can get It from II. B. WILKINS' Big Drying Shed that keeps hundreds of curds dry at a time. CALL PHONE 2US. I KEEP ALL BRANDS. J. F Pablo manufactures the brand St. Clnlr I0o., Our Farmer, Yum Yum, Pride Man.la and Eye See, for which Mr. C. E. Jones, corner Middle and County streets, Is agent. Pure distilled blackber? ry wine. $l.?0 a pint, and all brands of 1'quoru at no21-lm C. E. JONES. ?AT 100 dozen St/ft Bos? om Shirts, "Fltwell,".. "Columbia" and "Mascot" brands real value. $1.00? sale price, 73c The Brandt C6. EVERYTHING FOR MEN FROM THE GROUND UP. 09 dozen fall style Stiff Hats in all cor? rect shapes, "Dun lap," "Youmans," '"Miller," etc. were $3?choice, 1.9f. 213 AN D S1S HIGH STREET. HA? CAUGHT THE TO^W^, ON ACCOUNT OF BEING OVERSTOCKED. AND SEASON BEING DATE WE WILL BE COMPELLED TO pitt THE KNIFE IN OUR SELECTED STOCK OF x\j rux Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Boots and Shoes. IT IS A WONDERFUL SALE. WONDERFUL BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS OF THE HIGHEST GRADE. THIS TH THE MOST EXCITING TIME FOR BARGAIN HUNTERS EVER KNOWN IN PORTSMOUTH. . .uxwsi?j. lnia ui CLOTHING All of our $12.00, $13.50 and $16.50 Suits, consisting of Cheviots, Worsteds -and Cosslmores, put on ono row of tables? your choice for $8.75 Men's All-wool Suits, well made and finished; former prices, $10 and $11.50?all go now at $6.25 Men's Sunday Pants, neat patterns, at $1.48 Men's Fine Trousers, all nobby and new, stylish cut? $2.79 MEN'S OVERCOATS In black, brown, bluo or light colors. In Kersey, Melton. Cheviot nnd Covort Cloths, fancy back; sold up to $20?at $11.25 SHOES Mon's Fino Shoes, all styles and sizes, price.1 $2. Salo price? y $1.49 Ladles' Dress Shoes, new coin toe, all slzos and widths, well made; wero $1.75. Salo price? $1.23 Men's ITaaid-sewcd black or tan; adver? tised at $1. Sale price? $2.85 ' Child's Sprlnp Heel Button, sizes 9 to 11 ?worth $1. Sale price?? 59c A large lot Misses' Button and Laca Shoes. spring heel?worth $1.50. Sale price? j 98c HATS & FURNISHINGS Stiff Bosom Shirts, cuffs to match?pret? ty effects In stripes?worth. 75o. Salo price? 47c Heavy weight DraweTs only colors natural wool, brown or white?sold at 50e and 7&c? 29c Hundreds of dozens Half-Hose, black and tan?worth I5c. Per pair? 7c UNDERWEAR. All 60o. and 75c. goods, per garment 37^ c New shapes in Derbies and Alpines, in black or .brown?regular $1.50 Hats. Salo price? 89c SALE DAYS THURSDAY .DECEMBER MTH FRIDAY .DECEMBER lfJTlH SATURDAY.DECEMBER 16TH MONDAY .DECEMBER 1STH DON'T FORGET DAYS AND DATE?4 DAYS ONLY. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. EVERYTHING SOLD FOR CASH ONLY DURING THIS SALE. NO GOODS SENT OUT TH 1S SALE. ON APPROVAL DURING ALL SING THE, PRAISE, ?OF OUR? Ladies' Cinderella Shoes! They are the best that Is made for $3. Wo are rhowing all the ti|i-io-daie Shoes for Men In tan ami black. Drop In to-day and let us show our display of Shoes. TALIAFERRO & LONG, 600 CRAWFORD ST., Cor. King, PORTSMOUTH, VA. NICE HOUSE ON DINWIDDIE ST. Seven rooms; all conveniences. Possession at once. R. S. BROOKS, Real Estate, Rents and Insurance. Money to Loan. FOR YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS and MEDICINES. Corner Green and Queen streets, PORTSMOUTH. VA. Old Phones 2275. SACRIFICE SALE! H?ing compelled to move January 1st, I will sell anything in my store, consist? ing of Furniture, Stoves, Mattings, Cloth? ing, Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., at a sacri? fice. If you need anything in this line It will pay you to call. No reasonable of? fer refused. JS. GOODMAN COR. HIGH AND WASHINGTON STS. ASK FOR IT! Ask for something rice. Wo don't keep it. We sell it. A CHOICE LINE OF XMAS DAINTIES ARE ARRIVING DAILY. R. E. KING, 200 COURT STREET. "A Chapter of Unwritten History," ?OR? "THE CAPTURE AND DEATH OF JOHN WILKES BOOTH." By REV, B. B, GARBETT, At Court Street Baptist Church, THURS? DAY EVENING, December 14, at 8 P. M. ADMISSION: Adults, 25c.; School Children, 15c. Tickets on sale at John A. Morris's 303 High street._de!2-3t FOR RENT. Two nice houses on County street ex? tend; near the S. A. L. Co. shop on shell road: two nice houses on Crawford street; one house on South street. No. S22; two houses, 511 and 513. Edward street; one house and store on County. Apply to E. S. AND ERTON, delO-lw 337 High street. 8c?Prunes, Raisins.?8c. 10c.?MIXED NUTS?10c. Evaporated Cherries, Raspberries, Black lierrles. Nectarines. Apricots, Peaches, Apples. Some fruits in cans. Sweet Cider?fresh und sparkling; pure Fruit Ju'.co. Citron, Orango and Lemon Peel. E. R. B A R KS DALE BOTH PHONES._129 COURT ST. FOR REE INT. Desirable Brick Dwelling No. 401 D'n wlddlo atreet 8 rooms; gas. b.'th, range, sewerage and other ' conveniences. Rent $25 per month. JNO. U WATSON. 109 High otrcot, Portsmouth. V?. Every Suit and Overcoat in our Store Sacrificed at Unprecedented Low Prices. In many instances Suits and Overcoats marked down Below Cost. Why do we make such sacrifices? Can't help ourselves. Season too far advanced, too large a slock staring us in the face. On[y rem? edy to create quick selling is Low Price. Never again will you probably have a chance like this to buy High Standard Clothing at such Low Prices at this season of the year. Every statement made here and every.price quoted will be found just as represented. All goods are marked in plain figures, as we have no secrets to hide?at anv time. We do busi? ness in a clean, straightforward manner. MEN'S OVERCOATS. MEN'S SUITS. $s.00 Suits reduced to.$5.75 110.00 Suits reduced to.?7.50 $12.00 and $12.50 Suits reduced to.$0.00 $15.00 Suits reduced to.$11.75 $10.00 Suits reduced to.$12.75 $1S.C0 Suits reduced to.$14.00 $20.00 Suits reduced to.$15.0j YOUTHS' SUITS. $S.OO Suits reduced to.$6.00 $7.50 Suits reduced to.$5.75 $7.00 Suits reduced to.$5.00 $0.00 Suits reduced to...$1.50 BOYS' OVERCOATS. $S.C0 Overcoats reduced to.$5.50 $7.00 Overcoats reduced to.$5.00 $5.00 Overcoats reduced to.$3.50 BOYS' KNEE PANTS. 50c. Pants now.30c. 75c. Pan's now.69c. $1.00 Pants now.S5c $S 00 Overcoats reduced to.$8.00 $10.00 Overcoats reduced to.$7.75 $12.00 Overcoats reduced to.$9.00 $15.00 Overcoats reduced to.$11.75 $18.00 Overcoats reduced to.$14.00 $20.00 Overcoats rcduSed to.$10.50 boys' knee pants suits. $3.00 Suits reduced to.$2.25 $3.50 Suits reduced to.-.$2 50 $4.00 Suits reduced to.$3.00 $5.00 Suits reduced to.$3.75 $6.00 Suits reduced to.$4.50 MEN'S PANTS. $1.00 Men's WorltliiR Pants.75c. $1.25 Men's Working Pants.fl5c. $1.50 Men's Working Pants.$1.16 $1 75 Men's Working Pants.$1.35 $2.6?-*len's Dress Pants.$1.50 $2.50 Men's Dress Pants.$2.00 $3.00 Men's Dress Pants.$2.25 $3.50 Men's iJress Pants.$2.75 $4.00 Men's Dress Pants.$3.00 $5.00 Men's Dress Pants.$3.75 All 50c. Underwear reduced to.39c. All 75c. Underwear reduced to...:.59c. All #1.00 Underwear reduced to.89c. All $1.50 Underwear reduced "to.$1.23 All #2.00 Underwear reduced to.$1.62 All 25c. Suspenders reduced to.20c. All 50c. Suspenders reduced to.39c. 15c Handkerchiefs reduced to.... j.He 10c. Handkerchiefs reduced to.7c. 25c. Neckwear reduced ro.'.17c. $1.00 Colored Shirts reduced to.75c. ' 75c. Colored Shirts reduced to.59c. 50c. Colored Shirts reduced to.39c 10c. Collars reduced to-5c, or 50c. a dozen. An investigation of th's sale will be an agreeable surprise to you. Everybody invited, whether they come to buy or not. Money will 6e refunded if you want it. Store open evenings until 9 P. M. JOHN ft. MORRIS, 303 High St., Portsmouth. FOR BEST RESULTS TRY PE CO. J. S. MILLER, Manager. Either 'Phone will reach us. We sell Cumberland Coal for Blacksmlthlllg The Ladies Drink our Sweet Catawba Wine! B. no30-lra 25c. per quart. BAY VIEW BEER on draught.' Old Phone No. 2)91. No. 211 High street. THORNTON & CO,