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Town op Suffolk
ANNIVERSARY OF GRAYS
The Day Was Not Observed by Members of
ORGANIZED TWENTY-THREE YEARS
lion ii <l I Ii if ?J> Mio WppIi In Mio Con r In
? Deceived! Witt! a Yell?KemiiliiH
of Dr. Vi?imer?llco Will lie Itnrlcd
in .Mitral it-3ir. Jiitis I>cn?l-I?ol?r
? Suffolk. V?., '"MlJirch 18.?(Speclnl.Y
The Suffolk Grays were 23 yeirs old to?
day; Afl.vr two ill cades ? < pi asnnt ox
lstcno the company 13 n <w a lusty
youth, well disciplined, ttr.i;l th; '?<?.-?
ninrksimn in uhe regiment, with pros
peers for a long career. Th ?? soldier
boys dlctofl have any set eel bralWn,
but honored t.'he duff in a ipiO t. thought?
ful inajiner, .:hinkl:x: of Impending war.
its gtdrles and h er rs.
A urth of n century asro. when Cov
crnor Jlolladay lllled th ? guheritatorlnl
chair, the Grays wer: ':?rg-i":lS5t!d with
fane foiloiwlhg commimluiwd oilUvrs:
tV lonel Th 'mas W. Smith, I apt iln; Mr.
iWilamiu l'\ Cutchin, first licutviii-nt;
Caplito^facorga T. Pnrk*r, second ? > n
teiwamMfihs late. Joii-.V T. liiddi k. junior
s.:c<md'jlifuteh'.aht, an utile., since ab.Y.
i'shed! .T^i ;ojlibers 'fo-day are: C. H.
Causey, .fiv/ captain; N. It- Withers,
first liet.lVniav.it; E. A.- Thomas, sec nd
lieu ton air:. He-sides tt?< two e2.jp a I: i
named there have Ween t ur oth rs:
.lohn T. nidd'lck, George T Parker, C
"W. Wright. W. J. Peti'.lt. 'S"11- re urn at
present 62 members.
RpyiN'DINti UP TUB WBI3K;
AO.) r two days i if hard work Iii
Nnnsomond county Coun y Court, the
plaintiff's witnesses t It - Sauiiders
Kllis Wharf case, nave tol I \v.i\: iclf
vanii kn.:i\vlcdg-i' t?hey Ii W.'i i Judge
Hawles, a* I o'clock thfci ar't r:i in, said
his aide would roil.', he explained that
ilie.y would lik.' to put -a another wit?
ness, 11, c. Kley, who win then out of
ilv. Hinte, hut who is ex > ' ?I to-in r
ruw in it*nii:g. Judge Brooke tvottl I no!
agree t i th ? proi?osl:lon, hut said lb ?
court would decide the s :u ? wii.a :?
(i.i iii' up. The <-as> '.v ? it on. Two ,\ :
nc3sos w re examined for the d !rhd
'? '.v -iXtnnl : .J. Prude-a and Kroflfrlck
Wagner. Others will conv> to-mdrrow.
'I I.' iie witnesses wlio iv.re put on for ;it!
i.? 111:tr tu-dny were: w. ? ;. rs,
Oi urge T. Ith hhrds n. W. IT. i-:i v. \ :
N. flray. A. S. Kley. John K. I)?seiI,
lA'tmls Kdiwarils, Xnihaul 1 Jor inn. IS
K. W?>rrier, John Hi i ?-? a, J. \v. John
sou- Its is hoped a con.ilus'.oii will b.>
reached Vom,> U'm'e to-ah -r ? >w night.
riE?lCi'V-K-D WI TH .\ YBLd>
A grttil y. II ?,rcso la.-:- nlshi as the
Seabotird .Mr Lt'ric tui'ln benrmt,* troops
southward drt'W Into .t'lie tl'Miat I; ve.
A big crowd had nsfiV.iiMod and their
BlioutH u r. answered from he T,-ed:i of
Iii litis pr lending ". r'i ? ar \, : -
drnvs. Among I Im s Idlers w :v two
natlvi's of Suffolk. Th v were Aim..;
fair, it one time hnscnjll player, and
IJ. l.'iiirtlett, who left .h t iwii of his
NOT liKST IX SECTION'S.
Slim? things are all rlgh>! ''it I lie i:i
Stallti'C, t i . i. Are Itghi? ale ??( i'.
Sill'!'..Ik's are lights have be- !i s in >wli i.i
intermittent of late. They hav a f..
citlty of getiiing dark on accastons w h o
d irkn ss is (inng rows. Superinteiul. el:
Joint A. Ittow.: ? has toil igraplwd ? Bal?
timore for sm exp rl In du s miethihg at
tin- p we:- house in hopes of giving
belt, r serv.c -.
A TM.VIt BOU A EltlEND.
In will b, with nine!) sorrow th I
th.- ivniaitis of late Ur. Vuintler
slice ar. received in Sufi'.Ik id-morr. r.v
ni"ring. His ..id church members and
friends will look upon the cusket noil
sh il silent tears. I?r. Vahdersllee w.is
h ic a few weeks ag > in ex.- Ilent health
Wv.ii' seem d io i>r n..-e many morc
y lira of acMIvlfy. The l>:.ly will arriv
'M the 10:52 train and be bin ? I soon
afterward. The ruiKfal ..i, ,u i,'.??.?, this
aflcr.-oon :i IM im nd
HAT! I.I S A'Nli? Ait.MIKS.
-Sunday wiil b.. a kind of mllitarj
chiir.ii lay a't the fiaptix'? church i'f
the chnracter of tin- subjects i,. be dis
"Tlirop. frrirn two you can't,"
Rnys tho schoolboy. Ki.^lii! Throo
from two you can't, cither in dol?
lars or dividends or garsnparilla.
It takes the liest, sarsaparilla root
to miiko the best sarsaparilla ex?
tract. Tho la-si sarsaparilla comes
from Honduras, C. A., and the Dr.
Ayer Co. practically controls tin;
entire product. Vet others claim
to be making "best" sarsaparilla.
They must be making it. out of the
remainder left after subtracting
three from two. Hut, " three from
two you can't." You can't make the
best Barsapariila without best rout.
You only get the best when you
Which is made wholly from the best
root imported from Honduras.
" Probably no single drug
is employed in nervous dis?
eases with effects so mark?
edly beneficial as those' of
These are the words of
ail-eminent medical teacher.
Another says: "The hy
pophbsphites are generally
acknowledged as valuable
Both these remedies arc
combined in Scott's Emul?
sion. Therefore, take it
for nervousness, neuralgia,
sciatica, insomnia and brain
W. ami $1.00, Ml druggkt).
SCOTT \ UOWNE, Chemists. Nrw Ycrlc.
cussed count far 'ar.<y:i:ung. In the
morning the pasti'.r, itcv. J. F. Love,
will preach on "A Great Buttle and a
(Iriitil Victory." At 7:30 p. in. Itc will
Mtto about "Promotions and Honors In
?MUS. ISUMS Dl?AD.
Air?. Ji;Ci.-i <:. Kills died thte aftor
noon in Garysbiirg, N\ (.'. Slit- had been
ill several days. The deceased was u
relative ic,f Mia. M. K. Wise. <a Suffolk.
pjctjsr ix limbo;
Charged' with the theft of some ar?
ticles from tine knitting mills. Peter
.Wri'i,;, colored, was locked uri this
al ien..! 101. Scrfi ant Ames did it.
Jl'KKK A Nil > Till: KM.
Mrs. li. M. Bruce anil Mrs. w. T.
Llpsconib Luavc been in the county Wils
week \\..<] it heir father, Mr. Henry
Brothers, ?le, was lit. He is better
Former QouncHm>ai.-i<m. l?V I/loyd has
returned fr m Italtlmnrc, where be rep
Jteciyled the local lodge A. o. it. w. in
?the Ginnd U ilvo.
:.\lr. William N. Camp has gone to j
his fci.vne. in Albion, Irin.
A Mg nvar.- h lire was raging tlhls I
aftcn 1 >n along the Nansemond, al
short dlslt-ince bejow Suffolk.
The March lerni of O unity Court irti
S.otrt'h amp ton, .lodge j. it. Prince pre?
siding, will begin nex'ti Mi.mh1.iv.
Dr. M. CJ. Holt, of Surry county, W38 j
In Suffolk to-day.
Mr. J. W. Bb?y, after ti few week's
slay in i tut 11 more, returned to Iiis
1.' me. in SiilT i!k. pi day.
Miss .Jessie WilHnmsoii has returned
from K.iii :n.i .re. So have a cumber of i
merchants who we.:,i to buy goods.
Mr. .1. 13. Booker, if Suffolk, tit a
meeting or t,bi ? Gn:rad Lodge, A. o. 1J.
Al., in Baltimore this weeit, was chosen
gr.i'.id m a- i r of ;he ov:"? r.
Mrs. il. I:. Cro.-s. wife of foimer
Treasurer Cross, 'if Gnies county, N.
C. r. turned I Iday fem a i"iig stay
!m Syon n i .u i In.
'I ii.- 'JViwni diunc'll commit toe ap?
pointed to inquire In'tU the methods erf
ci i.luclSttig an electric light plant, with
mil.tltt'ip.il ownership, has gone South
ii ?? Lns-pet'l1 plants au.i kurn every thing i
a si'.iht. I
h'ishop Cranberry pnae'e.- d ladt night
ami to-night nl the Mam ^i:vt' M. B..
ohiirili. lie will leave to-nVturow tor1
t lie cl mi.
The AKtna. the largest fire Insurance
company in America; h is entered S?f
foik for business ami placed Its agency
In two fir s. Chicago, 1871, and Bo?ton,
1S7'_', this company paid out more than
live million .| illara, and nev r stop?
ped writing business for a day. The
company now has more than eight mil?
lion dollars surplus to policy holders,
and we take great pleasure in off- ring
all its advantages t" our patrons, With
"in- present facilities we are able to
place any line, mi matter how large,
and solicit lire insu ran..f all kinds.
\VI II >l ?WAItl ' .v FLAM,
No. t! Main street.
felS-tf Suffolk, Va.
Troops t ' th. Kr nt?iBiisthcss lions s
Newport News, \rn? March IS.?(Spe?
cial.)?There will paUs tlir ugh this < .:>?
Situr.l.iv Sunday troops from Fori
Itiley, Kas., in ivp'.t tee those Herat sbuMii I
:'ii in F rt Monroe. A special train f
eight cars Is eriiployv.d to transport
thes (j-."ji's and KpilpmeiUs. There car*
65 lie n, ollleers, lues s, 1 ?eanraon,
camp equipments.'etc. Two car loads
? ?:' aar mal rial for Old Point passed
through the city last night. One eir.r
i irti tallied mortars, and th-.- other powder
for th,- magnvilne.
The Southern Sta-tos Tel ph* me cairi
I any !i .? compi;.*-d ccriiectfona ir.i ibis
city, and already >'?> ph> nes are in use.
Connections belwc n this city ujnd Nor?
folk has been made, aril a reduction of
l" ceitits per niessage is Im >.1T. r over
The funeral of Mrs. William White
era!';, v '.: ? died suddenly if i.lright's
disease about noon y sterdiitiy, i.vkl
place from their r. s'.d 'tic-, ii.r.io Wash-.
Ington avenue. ;l: :t o'clock this after-:
.tt lnlern:.i.' hi.,s in Greeiilawn '
Tli business houses on Washingli in
t'.veiuif. ar.. already beginning ? wear I
iK.'livlay ei..;s s. Messrs. Mlttledorfer
1 * Son, ,:' ?' "' ' ors, ..f Kiehniond. have
opened a branch oflic hero for the
I:, .i i hing oecas!' tn, and are putting up
some handsome d.c rations.
Tii ? steam yacht Coiir.l.'ess was put
v. rbo ?rd >.! the dry dock y< nlerday.
W, C. Karr ti. n former sergeant In
I the lliiiituigton Ulfles. ir.iow of New
I Vork. ''.ia- written -j i his formsr car I Wri
lo advise him in ease the <? mpnny Is
? '" ? i . :. \ . up. field.
The "itcal Wldnw \irowsr.C v. Ml be pre
soii' l nt the Opfern House Saturdkv
WM L (,: tX Sni OI.MJlLtBHISC'Nj
St. L' tii... March IS,?A rpeclhJ to the
I.tep.iibDj frrthi Dallas, Texs.ii< aiiys: J.
W. Blake, .>: Mexla. chal-t-ma.:.. of the
>.av Ut-n;'i.-rJ tlc Kxc.itillve Commlt
I . h is d : i mined to mVike the rJee
? t-tiirsi (iovernor Cti.tj.M.jron for United
V '? ?.-, S.::at a to .'w.vol |? ,ger Q;
Mills, whose term expires M ivh 4,
HtSll. i\ir. Blake's forntai ahnouneije
in i i. w'.'d .tpp.-.?r next Sunday inotuing.
<? a ich: it cotiitT maiitmi,.
Jutlgo Advocate Ilm-r Announces
'that i'rONvciitton it. tls 11? diso.
Savannah, Oa., AI arch 18.?Colonel
Thonr.'.s F. Darr, Judge-'adviziea'te. an
nouiRVid at iyhe conclusKm of tht- day's
proceedings the Carter co?rt-'inartial,
that 'vhe pyosccutioev would refft.
This is the stuga Hj the proceedings
?which the defense has been lung awa-.l.'
ing: The 'prosecution began its work
011 January I'Jth, amd with to-day 1u.'s
<? i:.nunn'd just nLmj weeks a.nd thrre
days, lb had been expected by th-a de?
fense that the prosecution would not
conclude until to-morrow ,aiid f:r that
reason the defense will not 'be rr-ady
?to proceed until Mnr.'day at 10 ?Yclock.
I? is expeotcdtJhat the defense will take
albout thru weeks to put i'ts side of
the eas., though it Is possible Lb vicv.v
of the mass of testimony presented by
Uh.- prosecU'tten It' may take longer.
There wj.s 'inly two Important wit?
ness -s lief..:.-, th court to-day. William
?\1. I'lack. Commissioner 'f the District
of Columbia, formerly engineer officer
charge ait St. Augustine, and Cap?
itata F. V. Abb.Ut, engineer corps, sta?
tioned "art St. Paul, but forpvnriy cut
Chariest' 1.1. H. C. Both of. th ?-" olflcers
?were members of tho Hoard of Engineers
which In 1835 disapproved the project
(h 11 pi\.s:nted for "Jhc im.jirov !<monii of
Cunrberljaid s und; Their toailmcoy rc
'laled almost wholly to that work, Nei?
ther '.tt them ngreed wholly w?t>h Cnip
?tai!h CVtifter's 'm-tdiiods in d "ir.tg the
work-, but their 1 stlmony was no:
w i-gnty. <Two other witnesses wer? in?
troduced a ? testily wi'.'h regard to forms
of chokers used en tiie fascines, and
th . ti.iurl ttdj timed uotll 10 o'clock
KXPDOlSIOXS AXI) LOSS OF IJ*PB,
Oludrid, M'areh 18.?'A t>rr!lb5c explo?
sion took place to-dsiy in the Smr.'ta Is?
abel mb:x- Jit Uelmez, p:-ovlripe of Cox
'Piveiiiy bodies have already "b.-on re
,nv ivl and many men are as yet" un?
accounted fop. Five >'f thajo rescued
ha v. succumbed to t.i.idr PJUal lifrju-rles.
Kings; *i; Jamaica, via. Bermuda,
March is.?A dynamite v-xplosiorv took
place th'-- morning in the government
store hoise in M.er.'-go bay. Eight
men were killed atstS manry jL-rjunad.
iM'COY K'XOCKS OUT A.XOTIl KU.
.Sprlng'ield, Ohi'1. Mia.ch IS.?Kid Mc?
Coy it th. SprlugHetd Athletic Cltih en
ler-talivment to-night knocked out Dick
IJolby, 4 Detiano?, <>h:.>, .me mlriivte
?.hd it"oh s conds. Bolby is si'x fcxl,', two
inches tall. Colby fell like a log.
PERSONALLY, RECOMMENDS. IT.
Atkins, Pope Co., Ark., Oct. 8thV 1897.
I was suffering greatly from irregular '
and painful menstruation when I read a
Ladies' Birthday Almanac and first heard
of Wine of Cardui. I decided at once to
give it a trial. I have used two bottles of
Wine of Cardui and a little Black
Draught. My menses are now regular,
and the periods are not painful as they
?'i?d to be. I do not think there is any?
thing to equal Wine of Cardui. I have
personally recommended it to every
afflicted girl and woman in my com?
LIZZIE E. DIGGS.
It is a great favor to any afflicted woman to bring "Wine of Cardui
to her attention. She will never forget it. If she is suffering from any
of those common ailments f ar.iiliarly known as female troubles, "Wine of
Cardui will bring her complete relief. It cures thousands of the worst
cases of whites, falling of the womb, flooding, painful and irregular
menstruation every year. It helps girls properly develop into women. It
equips young wives for approaching motherhood, and assists them to
bear strong, healthy children. For the turn of lite there is no other
medicine so good. "With such a medicine as Wine of Cardui offered he?,
how can any woman refuse to seek relief ?
She must know she need not suffer. Wine
of Cardui will do just as much for her as it
is doing for the thousands who take it every
IT. COSTS ONLY $1.00 PER BOTTLE AT THE DRUG STORE.
CORPMAN'S, I CORPMAN'S,
378 MAIN STREBT jj J78 MAIN STREET
,^|BBt? BUMMER MILLINERY * flK
Successful as our past Millinery Displays have been, this one Will surpass them all in
elegance of style and richness of material.
in addition to the exquisite conceits from the hands of our own expert milliners, the
most exclusive Parisian artists have contributed some of their greatest triumphs to make this
display one of the most superbly complete that the ladies of Norfolk and vacinity ever have
There is a greater diversity in shapes and trimmings this season than ever before, and,
from the simplest headwear of domestic production to the most elaborate French creations,
there is a degree of style and richness never before attained.
The choices and daintiest conceptions, bearing the stamp of fashionable favor, are here
in unsurpassed array. This display cannot fail to meet the approval of the most critical
We cordially request you to visit the exhibit, feeling assured that you will consider the time
OPIUM, CHL?BAi; AHO COCAINE HABITS
A radical; positive and perraan.-nl cure
guaranteed in o d.iys. Absolutely harmless^
j\'o "tapering of!" procc-i? No Substitut
lion method, v;.'..;.'^.I'0'*m
R. A. OliNN, M.D.,
4J En.it 2!-'. Street, .New York City.
The fPci-ft-JiTie o? Violets \
Th'.- juirily of ttlO Illy, the clow <>f tl)c roso, 1
aii'l iliu (lush of llebo coiuuino in I'dzzoni'o I
Norfolk Iron Works,
OHO. V/. DUVAU & CO.,
No. 16 Water Street. Norfolk, V<a,
ENGINES, BOILERS. SAWMILL nn.J i
ul) kliiUa of machinery 01 the most lift* |
proved pattern*. Also repairing at tho !
shortest notice. Particular nt'cntlon to
si, jnnboiit work. DUVAL'S PATENT
UOILKK TUBE FEHRULES a-re tho
Only perfect remedy for leaky holier tubes. 1
Tnev cun be inserted in a few minutes by I
tin;' engineer, und urn warranted to ?dop
What is rVJoie Attractive
Than n pretty face with a frealr, bright
complexion? 1'or it, ubo Pozzcnl'n Powder
NEW COAL. ? PsiElW WOOD
-SPECIAL ?TTHNT1?N IS CABLED TO PI-IE
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The flncsl r-rnto Conl in tho world. ANTHIIACITU COAL of the bent qual.
tl?M :tnd of nil Sizes. Place your orders nt once with
No. M NIVISON ST1MSET.
NU. Li I CLAY AVUNUE.
OLD CHUNK 7U1.
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COAL AN D WOOD !
BE Sl'RE YOU 81513 OS BEFORE YOU GIVE YOUR ORDERS.
WE WILL MAKE A CONTRACT FOR YOUR WINTER'S SCl'PLY AT
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIM ICS.
G, 3. BRIGGS 8c CO,
MAIN OFFICE?85 COMMERCE ST. Y ARD?EAST h.\D FALKLAND AND
C11A11LOTT 1? STREETS.