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THE CITY OF PORTSMOUTH?NEWS AND ADVERTISEMENTS.
Matters Personal And General In
And Around Portsmouth.
HEARD ON THE STREETS.
Gossip And Kvcnts In TVlilch Our Fcoplo
Arc Interested, Chronicled In Concise
Form?A Dolly Dlnry Of Happenings
1'rescntod To Our Itendors Fresh Every
Morning-Snnp Shots Of Oar Unsy City.
The only ease in the Mayor's Court
yesterday was one drunk, who pulcl
the usual (Inc.
The street sprinkler is undergoing re
jtilrs. It will be ready for use in a
few days, much to the delight of the
The City Treasurer paid all bills that
were allowed Tuesday might by the
The Port Norfolk railroad's new cars
have not arrived yet.
A little giii named Jennie Martin
flipped on a banana pool yesterday and
wrenched her arm. She was attended
by Dr. McMurran.
Mr. Fred Dun, a former resident of
this city, but recently from Lime Kiln,
Md., ha? returned to this city to live.
Mrs. John Clover is ?critically 1(1 at
her home on County street.
Major W. C. Corbett Is at Gwath
mcy's Sanitarium. Norfolk, under
treatment for a hernia.
Mrs. Annie E. Tyler, of Park View,
has gone to Bnskerville, Lunenburg
county, to spend a few weeks.
Mr. P. L. Pr?den, the Suffolk repre?
sentative of the Vlrglnlan-Pllot, wan
"crduy. HcJiarL.hc.eii at?
tending the convention.
Mr. Hob Kcevcs, a former Ports?
mouth boy, but now a resident of Man?
chester, Va., was in the city yesterday.
The painters at the Seaboard Air
Line shops arc as busy as they can be.
If the railroad cnmpnnles make the
fare to Richmond $1 they will carry
about one-third of the people of Ports?
mouth to the Carnival.
The Ferry Committee will meet In a
few days and make all arrangements
about the exchange of the Brooks and
Nash property for the Cooke property
foot of High street, so that the twelve
minute trips can be commenced ns soon
The "Clam Chowders" and the "Ding
Bats, Jr.," played a game of baseball
yesterday, the "Ding n.Us" making a
hearty meal out of "Clam Chowder."
the score being 22 to 2 in favor of the
Miss I.ula Strange, of Richmond, who
has been In the city visiting Mr. R. L.
Thornton, returned to her home yes?
A mail dog was killed yesterday on
Effing ham street. It required seven
cartridges to end his existence, and the
discussion on (he subject was whether
the marksmanship was bad or the dog
of unusually strong vitality.
A lady slipped on a banana skin on
Court street yesterday, and In the fall
Bprained her left ankle very painfully.
The grand jury failed to find an in?
dictment in the West-Emory case,
there not being BUfflclent evidence to
Mr. R. A. Seymour, of Richmond,
chief engineer of the Richmond, Peters?
burg and Carolina railway, the new
road of the Seaboard Air Line system,
|s In the city. The work on that new
rorul Kt nearly done, and already n
hand-car bus bsen s;":it over the newly
lui 1 rails.
Mr. Junitis P. Wilson, formerly of
Portsmouth, has been admitted to the
practice of law in the courts of New
York city. Mr. Wilson >U a brother of
Mrs. George H. Curtis, of Portsmouth,
nnd a graduate of the High school here.
The Rev. Father Hnnley, of St. Paul s
lUUlinilL' tihurch.-tlit.s ili.t. v. ill gu to
Suffolk to-day for the purpose of hold?
ing baptismal services for the Infant
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Jones
.Tho service will be held at the resi?
dence of Mrs. C. E. Lewis, on Pinner
street, and will be preceded by the cele?
bration of mass.
Rev. Edgar Carpenter, of Louisville,
K?htucy; who will bo assistant to Rev.
A. E. Thomson, pastor of Trinity P. E.
Church, arrived here last night. He will
for the present reside with Mr. Thom?
Attention Is. called to add of W. T.
Claud & Co.. in our local column.
Attention is called to add of R. E.
King In which he offers a special line
AH arrangements for the Working
Men's Picnic at Delaware Park have
?been completed. Two trains will be run
In the morning. There will be no after?
The employes of the S. A. L. shops
commenced yesterday to build a new
mall car, when completed It will be an
excellent affair. An order has been re?
ceived to build several hundred freight
Attention Is called to add of C. W.
Hughes & Co., In which they tell you
they have everything for picnic pur?
The Portsmouth Rifle Comnany had
their weekly drill hrst night at Armory
Mr. Horace G. Willinms. president of
the Portsmouth Street Railroad, Is In
the city looking after some improve?
ments that are to be made to the road.
We are having a good meeting at
Lamberts Point. Had three professions
of faith last night. (Wednesday night.)
Mamie Liug Yong, a Chinese infant,
nged 10 months, born in New York City,
died at the residence, corner Court and
South streets, yesterday. The Interment
will ink? place from tho residence at 11
n. m., this morning. The child was a
daughter of Charley and Tessie Ling
This Is For You.
Special otters to get a home to navy
yard and railroad men who cannot af?
ford to pay cash for a lot. Or anv one
who really wants n home, if you wan,
a lot or any property wo have it. Call
or address un for terms.
THE SEABOARD REAL ESTATE
Room 201, No. 211 High street.
Chn?. R. Wei ton Si Co. have remove.1
to 203 Mlfh street, Noah's Ark's olJ
THE HUSTINGS COURT.
What was Done In This Tribunal of
The grand Jury which had been sum?
moned to appear in court yesterday did
so. and Mr. C. W. "Walker was made
foreman, the other gentlemen being us
follows: Farley P. Nash, Edward
Powell. T. J. Morecock. Lloyd M. Pat
tin. H. N. B. Sllenor. M. W. Allen,
Isaac O. Bailey, George R. Trant and
E. V. White.
This body returned the following
"true bills:" Lee Edwards and Walter
Strother. felonies. The West-Emory
fire, which was certified to the grand
jury by the Board of Police and Fire
Commissioners was investigated, but
there did not uppear sufficient strength
In the matter to warrant a report.
The following civil business was dis?
posed of: Mayer & Co. vs. Thomas A.
Fremer, attachment and order entered
for the sale of the property.
J. A. Benthall vs. D. E. Knight, at?
tachment; dismissed on motion of
Several accounts ngalnst the city
were allowed and five fiduciary ac?
counts were confirmed.
The report of, the Commissioner of
the Revenue was submitted, and this
paper showed that there had been no
violation of the revenue laws in the
The following felony cases were nolle
prosequled by the Attorney for the
Commonwealth: Commonwealth vs.
Cornelius Smith and Walter Cotton, the
latter having been lynched at Emporla
A PAINFUL ACCIDENT.
Yesterday afternoon about 6 o'clock
a lineman of the Southern States Tele?
phone Company, while engaged In re?
pairing the llnc.fell from the pole at the
northwest corner or High and Dlnwld
dle streets and sustained painful tnju
Drs. Hope and Grlce were in attend?
ance .anil they discovered that the gen?
tleman, whose named is John Moore,
and who resides at 514 London street,
was suffering from a compound frac?
ture of the right arm and a serious in?
jury to one of his hips.
There was much excitement In that
vicinity when the accident occurred,
several Indies seeing the gentleman fall,
one fainting nt the Bight. Several of
rur physicians responded quickly to the
etntrgency call sent out by Mr. Lee
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The Chambers Steam Fire Company,
No. 2, held Its nnnunl meeting last
night and elected the following ofllclals
for the con.lng year:
U. C. Marshall, foreman; Charles E.
Murdcn, first assistant foreman; S. B.
Huteb'.ns, second assistant foreman;
George E. Cummings, corresponding
secretary; Robert E. Murden, Jr.,
financial secretary; W. B. Mlnter,
treasurer; Charles T. Dunham, driver
of engine; M. A. Moore, engineer; John
White, fireman; John Rlcbjirdson,
driver of hose cart; R. L. Herbert, first
assistant chief engineer.
The naval collier Marcellus, which
I.as been plying to Southern coaling sta?
tions recently, arrived nt the navy
yard at noon yesterday to go In ordi?
The Buffalo, the Government training
ship for landsmen, went to sea yester?
day with a full compliment of naval re?
R. B. Park, of Athens, Pa., was the
successful candidate for the position of
sub-inspector of brick and steel work
in the Department of Yards and Docks.
The 1 Ig naval tug Chlckosaw Is at the
yard awaiting orders to proceed to New
York, where she will he converted Into
a practice gunboat. The Chlckasaw Is
from Port Royal, and ^s the biggest tug
in Government service.
FUNERAL OF C. E. CULPEPPER.
The funeral of Mr. C. E. CulpePper
took place yesterday afternoon from his
late residence, on Court street. Th9
services were conductd by Rev. Dr.
A. E. Owen, of Norfolk, assisted by
Rev. R. B. Kggleston. The remains
were Interred In Cedar Grove Cemetery.
The following gentlemen acted as pall?
Active?J. N. Armentrout, C. E
Jones. A. R- Ball. C. B. Corey, C. J.
Flynn, E. S. Antlerton. I. T. Van Put?
Honorary?Q. S. Vermilllon, K. R.
Griffin. A. J. Hopkins and J. T. Horum.
The following naval orders have been
Pay Inspector I. O. Noble Is ordered
to the Kearaarge for temporary duty.
Pay Inspector W. J. Thompson is or?
dered homo from the Asiatic Station.
Paymaster W. J. Lit tell is detached
from the Konrsarge und to await or?
Ensign S. C. Magill Is detached from
the Marcellus on arrival at Portsmouth,
Vb., and ordered to the Essex.
Lieutenant Commander B. s. Carter
is detached from the .Marcellus nnd or
1 dered on the Vermont.
EXAINATION AT YARD.
On May the 16th thorn will be held
at the navy-yard an examination for
the position of mnsler shlpsmlth in the
Construction aiul Repair Department.
All persons, whether employees of the
yard or not. who can show evidence of
experience in conducting such work,
will be admitted to competition for the
position. The examination will be prac?
tical, having reference exclusively to
requirements of the position to b? fill?
Christina E. King to Charles W.
King, stock, fixtures and good will of
dyeing and cleaning business No. 327
Kith stnet; $2.000.
Charles W. King to Ruth A. Smith,
two lots at Hat ton and North streets;
Sionewall Camp No. 1, Confederate
James S. Thornton Garrison No. 123,
R. A. and N. U.
Portsmouth Lodge No. 441. I. A. M.
Montauk Tribe No. 56, I. O. R. M.
Old Dominion Lodge No. 6, I. O. O. F.
School Board, Council Chamber.
Ncrvouo Hoadacho Cured
Speedily. No danger by Hick's Capu
d:ne. 15 and 25c. at drug stores.
To the Public
Call at W. T. Cloud & Co.'s office now
and you can buy Pig Point lots nt the
ground floor price. We say and can
prove that those lots will double in a
few months. Call nt once. No. 214 High
street. In the Ros;nbaum UuiPJlng. \Y.
X. CI Al'D & 'JO. \ niyl-31
THE BOERS WIN
And the Scene of the Fight Was
SCORE ELEVEN TO NINE.
The Grounds In Und Condition, But Both
Teams did Excellent Ficldlng-The II It -
tine of McCloud by Tho "Boers" n, Fca
tur-Io Six Innings Ho Pitched, They
Getting Twelve lilts, Sevou or which
Were lloublcs - Gumo Called lit Sovcnth
Darkness tho Cause.
Yc baseball enthusiasts, know what
a heart disease game Is. and the large
crowd present yesterday, considering
the threatening weather, understood lo
the highest degree possible what it Is
to have a baseball chill, brought on by
extreme tension on the nerves, originat?
ing from the fact that the winning of
a game looks exceedingly doubtful, nnd
the losing of It not only possible, but
Those who have never experienced
such a feeling can't appreciate the
lightness of heart and general transfor?
mation, from the slough of despond, to
tho very loftiest pinnacle of supremacy,
when the objective point of the highest
ambition for time being is realized in all
its granduer nnd beauty.
Both of these experiences were ob?
tainable at League Park yesterday
when the wearers of the Grav and
Green met for the second time In this
city, and fourth in the first scries of
games in the championship race for the
pennant, that very strong and exceed?
ingly clover team owned by E. H.
Cunningham, of Norfolk, and popularly
known as "Smith's Phenoms."
The grounds were not In the best of
condition, occasioned by the heavy
showers which fell Just nrior to the
culling of the game'at ?1:27, and that
such clean fielding under such udverse
circumstances resulted is a matter of
hearty congratulation to both teams.
The story of the game, told tersely, will
prove of Interest to all who love the
game nnd who appreciate the fact that
a game of baseball is never finished
until the last man Is out, and the dem?
onstration of the accuracy of the be?
ginning of this article will be fully
McCioud. he who knows what It
means to occupy the stellar position In
tho national gume, and who also knew
that he had faced the "Priors" before,
and witnessed their quaffing at the bit?
ter cup of defeat, walked to the slab
yesterday with confidence beaming in
every lineage of his countenance, nnd
he was justified In so doing, for he Is
a twirler to be afraid of. possessing an
arm of great strength, a brain above
tho ordinary and control equal to the
best. "Hut what happened to McCloud"
? that is the question?whether he sur?
prised the "Boers," or whether the
"Boers." keeping up their reputation
for routing the enemy, turned their
guns on him nnd, figuratively speaking,
filled him full of holes. The latter
proved the answer to the query, as the
sequel will show.
Kolinlo. -the first man up for Ports?
mouth, ploughed his way to first on a
gift, Longley hit for two bags, Murry
did the same kind of a trick, bin fat
Kemmer bit a beaut to left garden,
which was gathered in by Mr. Pulsifer.
There was one out, but two "Boers"
had returned to headquarters. Meyers.
"Big Sham," shammed at the plate
until he bad gotten, through the g< ner
o.-ity of McCloud. a pns3 on the init'al I
s-tatlon. Clarke smacks out a single
nnd another "Boer" nicket reports to
General Weckbecker, as Captain Clark?
is on post No. 2 attending to business.
H?mmert goes to post No. 1, but a
"Phenom" challenges him.and not hav?
ing the pass word and being tin enemy,
ho was captured. Luskcy fires a hot
shot in the outter picket line of the
invaders and Captain Meyers, being
relieved by him, takes charge nt the
base of operation. Curtis ?lies nt the
first volley, and the first skirmish was
ovr. four Boers" having reported that
all was well.
The "Phenoms," having driven the
"Boers" from the base of supplies.
Which for the time being had been ex?
hausted by them, sought to draw their
rations from the commissary depart?
ment of the "Boers," in charge of Cur?
tis, but he was not inclined to he
friendly, and for four short skirmishes
refused positively to open the door of
his caravansary to help the struggling
"Phenoms" to do something phenome?
nal, he only deigning to allow them two
single hand outs and one "Phenom" to
make ?the circuit of the posts.
In the line of bnttlo for the fourth
time the "Boers" showed good marks?
manship, a pass to post No. l and three
double voik-ys in succession sending
four of tho soldiers lighting for the
fing to the tent of the officer in charge
to repcrt their sucess In passing the
pickets of the enemy. Thus 8 "Boers"
had performed galllant service for their
country, while one lone "phenom" only
Here, now Is "What Happened to
Curtis" and that It happened there Is
tu? question, the success of the raids al?
ready made on the enemy.having made,
the purveyor of provisions,of the Dutch
army rather negligent ia his care of the
rations entrusted to his keening, and
the "Phenoms" faithful to the trust
reposed in them, gathered themselves
tor one mighty charge, and groat was
the slaughter, three "Phenoms" pass
lug the llrst post, having been given
tin- pass-word at headquarters, and six
others llring well aimed guns at the
lone sentry, doing guard duty, in front
of the heavy cannornding of the wily
It was here that the "Boer" army
hung In the balance, for though, ten of
the brave fellows had performed vali?
ant service for their Hag nine of the
"Phenoms" had done likewise, eight of
them doing especially valiant service in
the last courageous charge. The whole
result of the battle being a* this point
ten to nine the difference being In favor
of "Brady's Hand of Boers."
Changes in the purveyors of rations
were here ordered made by the generals
of both armies. Commissary John
Smith releiving purveyor McCloud, but
the "Boers" made it hot for him and he
retired ajraln to the out post on the
right. After that memorable charge
Just chronicled. McCloud again assum?
ing charge of the ration department?
where ho was for the second time met
with a warm i.:cptlcn d,viiing the bat
tie, two singles and one double volley
being fired at him which enabled one
"Boer" to run the blockade while the
smoke of tlie tusllade hung heavily over
the battlefield. s
Leonard relieved Curtis, and so
watchful of the "good things" belong?
ing to the "Boers" was he, that though
the Invaders of the home soil were,
fighting, watching, and using great
generalship, with the expectancy of
ultimately capturing the home garrison,
that- not another "Phenom" was left
to tell the tale, and another battle was
placed to the credit of that gallant lit?
te band of ''Boers," whose uniforms are
of the colors Gray and Green, and
whose home Is on the West side of the
Elizabeth river In a spirited little city
known as Portsmouth.
Further details of the battle can be
found in the following diagram. The
game being called In the 7th with Nor?
folk at bat and one man on first and
two out. Darkness the cause, It being
cloudy and 6:17 o'clock.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Kohnle, 1. f.3 2 13 0 0
Longley, r. f.5 2 3 2 0 0
Murry, c. f.4 2 2 3 0 0
Kemmer, 3b.4 2 2 2 0 0
Meyers lb.4 114 0 0
Clark, 2b.4 0 12 10
Bammelt, s. s.3 0 1 1 3 0
Luskey, c.3 1 2 3 0 1
Curtis, p.3 1 1 0 1 0
Leonard, p.1 o 0 0 1 0
Total .31 11 14 ?20 6 1
?Two men out seventh Inning.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Spratt. 2b.B 2 2 1 1 0
Jas. Smith, s. s.1 1 0 2 1 0
J. Smith, r. f. & p...3 1 0 1 2 0
Armstrong, lb.3 2 t ' 6 0 0
Sullivan, 3b.4 13 0 0 0
Pulsifer, 1. f.4 1 1 4 1 0
Nelson, c.4 0 1 7 0 0
McCloud, p. & r. f...2 1 2 0 8 0
Jone?, 1. f.3 0 0 1 0 0 !
Mathews, 1. f. ......1 0 0 0 0
Total .30 9 10 21 13
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Portsmouth?, _4 n n i ?? i n?11.11 l |
Norfolk .0 0 0 1 8 0 x? 9 10 0
Earned runs?Portsmouth. C: Norfolk,
3. Two-base hits?Kohnle, Lmcley (2),
Murry (2), Kemmer (2), Sullivan.
Double plnys?Kohnle to Bammert.
Struck out?By Curtis, 1; by Lconnrd,
l;'by McCloud, 5: by J. Smith, 2. Base
on balls?Off Curtis. 7; off McCloud. 6.
Hit by pitched ball?Kemmer. Passed
ball?Luskey. Umpire?CYalge. Time, I
Every Portsmouth "rooter" was glad ;
to see "Reddy" Armstrong yesterday, i
and to know that he had not been in?
jured seriously by being accidentally
spiked Wednesday by Meyers. "Reddy"
is a good ball player, and he has many ,
friends in this city.
Longley. Kemmer and Murry gal two
doubles each yesterday off McCloud.
while Kohnle got one?seven In aU. ,
The Norfolk club fields splendidly. !
There Is no doubt of their ability in '
that direction as yesterday's 'game, I
with all of Its trying circumstances,
Curtis will come around all right.
Yesterday was a bad day for pitchers. '
A wet ball Is not the easiest thing in
the world to handle. For four Innings
he only gave the visitors two hits.
That was a beautiful pif.ee of cut
field work performed by Murray In the
third Inning yesterday; no finer run?
ning cntch could be accomplished.
Norfolk mads ten hltc. all of them
singles, except Sullivan's one two-bag?
Spratt Is always iln the game.
(linger up. "Boers"; get warnj: It
I livens up things!
To-day's game will be In Norfolk,
OTHER PO RTSMO U TH LO
CAL ON PAGE 11.
WANTED?A FIRST-CLASS BAR
HER, at Park View Shaving Par?
lor, on Fort Lane, near cemetery. my3-Jt
5?SE AND i.OT POR 8ALE~NO. 625
Jefferson strec-t; 8 room house, with
city water. Small cash payment, balance
like paying rent. Iteuson for selling,
party wishes to leave city. Apply on
F?11 RENT?8BVERAL HANI >SOM ?
residences Just completed, on Elm
Street, l'rentts Place. Low rent to good
tenants. Inquire BROWN'S BAZAAR.
.100 High Street. ma2-5t
171 OR RE NT SEVERA L HAN DSO M E
' residences Just completed, on Eber
avenue, Prentls Place. Low rent to good
tenants. Inquire BROWN'S BAZAAR,
300 High streut. my2-5t
Proposals will bo received for furnishing
Pocahontas Coal for the Sewerage De?
partment of the city of Portsmouth, Vs.,
until MONDAY, May 7th. at 6 p. m. All
bids should bo addressed to R. E. Glover.
Chairman Sowerage Committee. my2-td
I have somo pure BLACKBERRY
JUICB for medicinal purposes, and DIS?
TILLED BLACKBERRY JUICE for SI
PER PINT, at
C. E. JONES',
apM-lm Cor. COUNTY and MIDDLE.
Parties can engage Launch
tfrom G. W. Mooney.
Please write for terms
G. W. MOONEY,
323 HIGH STREET,
" HAVE TOUR TICKETS PRINTED
WHITSON PRINTING CO.
6U CRAWFORD STREET.
Neat Work, roasonablo prices. Ticket?
will not break by bending. ap28-2w
"PURE FOOD." '
The best Baking Powdor on the market
to-dav for the money 10c. per round.
Waferettca, a strictly high grade, small
tea cake, made In lemon, vanilla, pine?
apple and ginger.
E. R. ? A R KS DALE
DOTH PHONES._139 COURT BT.
A Rare Bargain !
SPLENDID FARM OF CO ACRES
on Shell Road, SO minutes' drive from the
city; large house, 6 large rooms, 1 small
room: well and cistern: barns, stables and
servants" quarters; beautiful yard, with
largo ehado trees; nice orchard. Will Bell
cheap und on cosy terms.
H. S. BROOKS.
REAL ESTATE. RENTS AND IN?
MONEY TO LEND.
329 HIGH ST., PORTSMOUTH, VA
THB BK?NDT CO.
213 AND 2 IS HIGH ST,
EVERYTHING FOR MEN?TOP TO TOR
Any reason for you not coming* hero for your
WORKMANSHIP ? MATERIAL ? FIT an.l PRICE?Xour reasons why you
should convince yourself by .seeing our extensive lino before placing your order for
TROUSERS OR SUITS
Ask to see our Serge Suits for compa rlson.
SAXON SERGE. AMERICAN SERGE,
The Fccrct of our growing success Is due to these advantages. We guaran?
tee perfect lit, workmanship and grcato st comfort.
Ladles' Stylish Footwear?nobby shapes?latest styles?best fit?worth $3.00_
special values, fl.98. Men's Hand-sowed Kid Shoes, In all the latest colars._taa?
also blacK and patent leather?special va lue, $3.r>0.
THE BRANDT CO
STRICTLY ONE PRICE. FOR CASH ONLY.
LIKE FINDING DOLLARS.
New Challler?they are the rage?at 33c. A 10 per cent, discount on Piques. An
all round discount on Table Linens. One lot Turkey Red Table Linen at 25c.?
cheap at fiOe.
See our Fancy Trimming Silks at 11.00. They aro cheap at SI.25?drop stitch,
crinkle and corded. They arc beauts,
One lot Children's Fancy Hose, 10c., worth 25c. Thl3 will be regular Ribbon
week. Our prices will surprise you.
Ladles' Collars, new shapes and all sizes. Our 93c. Silk Finish Skirts aro cheap
Wrappers! Wrappers!! Wrappers!!! Chcaner than you can buy tho material.
You will save money by buying of us.
A. J. PHIL.L/IPS,
_Under Elks' Hsll._
SUN/HER WASH G00DS
TERMS CAR If. 320 HIGH STREET.
le Snow, 5c,
Ice Cream Soda.
JEROME P. CARR'S,
Wholesale and Retail Cut Kate Druggist, Corner Court and County and
_Orf"1*, nw-Rart Street. -
The Largest and Most Up to Date
Picture Frame Factory in this Section.
Picture Frames made in a few liour^ by our modern machinery.
Mats made at short notice, in all colors and shapes.
ANDERSON & THOMPSON,
224 HIGH STREET.
Patent Medicines at Cost I
J. W- S- BUTT &, CO.,
DRUGGISTS - - 518 MIDDLE ST.
koh't Miss This83-This Week Only
Boys' Waists, regular price 50c, at 29c.
Men's Brown Stiff Hats, value $2 and $2.50, at $1-69.
Boys' Knee Pants at 25c.
If you want a good Suit, visit us.
Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters.
214 High St., Portsmouth, Viv.