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NEWS FROM SUFFOLK, BERKLEY AND TELEGRAPH CONTINUED.
Acts gently on the
/GANSES THE ^YSTEM
Buy THE GEN VINE - M ft NT D By
roRsnuKYtu ow-on-:- fen sc.- Kstaomt.
Blck Headache mid rolloTO all t!
dent to a bilious ctntoof tli^ Kystom, mi in
Dizzioess, Kausoa, Urow.-.iiw>.s." n.? . r
eating. Pain lu the Btdo, Ac. While Ihclrruoat
remarkable micrcfS bus been Bhow :i lu curing
Headache, yet Carter's Lit tin Llvor Pil's r.ro
equally valnablal? Oiinrttpnti n. coring and )>'0
Tenting thlsnunoyinacotnplalnt.wlille tin v ,1
correct aU disorders ol tuostoniarh.stiiiiulate tha
llror and regulato tlio borrols. Even U tlicy uu.y
cured am ? m? ? -
Acholhey would bo almont priceless to ttinnr w*i.i
suffer f rout this distressing complaint; but fortu?
nately tbeirfinodnussdocs noten.l lierc.and i li -??o
Tfhoonco try them will llnd these lit:!, pills valtt.
?blaluaoiuany TrayR that thrv will >t ha vrlt
Jlnu to do without tUem. Dut after nllsick bead
lBthobaneof ro n:.iny live tint horn In ..hero
?wemalioour great boaat. cinr pills cure it while
others do nut.
Carter'? l.itito Llror Pills nro r,-rv small nnd
Tery easy lo- take. Ono or two pills ninka a dot i.
Tbcy are strloUy Tegclablo and do not gripe .>r
puren, but by their gonttoactlon plo im ?11 who
tiEothcm. InTlalaatSOcauta; fivoforSI. Sold
by druggistsovorywhore, or sunt l>> mail.
carter medicine co., New York.
Small fill, kail Sk. Small Price.
"CASC/t ISF.'l'N ilo ult rlnlmcil for tl,o:n
and aro n Im'.v woiulurful iiiMu i?i'. I Ii: vooften
wlbhert lor nruodlclne pleasant to lake and al la t
bnvo fOL'u.l ii in Cascarots. Since taking then in*
blood has bei npurlftod and raj oomplcxt! n lias Im?
proved wonderfully ami I Ion much bettor In < very
nay," MKA.3AU.IB H, Sli.laiis. Luttioll.Tonn.
Pler.'^nt. PnlataMn. Potent. 'Parte C.<v*\. n.'i
0,-o.t, Nov >r SI slant. Weaken, or Gi Ipe. Ilto. j.*.fcic.
... CU5?C CONSTIPATION. ...
O.V.I.Q- Itrru-I; InarH". ('airacs, ll> - l..:'. ???i V.rL.
tiil 'fti Slftfl Sold nnd incrn?nof i by sllrtrtig
H'JatU*alMU ci.ts to OX It: i.uc ? IIa .;.
Fresti land Piaster
in oil, pork and pine barrels.
o (j i
i -' '
DR. kKHX GIERIN3,
I !}:::Ur?-J Pliyilcai
Ol lllirh repute, Vcg.
?' < i out pound lor
? ? >.:.i;o cuiii|i|it In i a
5l wi i.ii.y vS aii?
JjvKIllailv? !? Iis
W ivr ? without chll
CI? ii cui.ruit rro.
1TO3 is, Raltlmor* at..
DslegatGS Instructed For William |
Shands For the Sonata.
J5L.E OF WIGHT VOTE
A llrrrxy Letter from tliir JSiiIToIm
Corro?|?>ii<loitc ? Hoy Hcbl I-'or
I'll row i Mono ill A. trail*
Npoclnl .Hociiuar ?I llioTown Coun?
cil ? Rnbberjr ? Krg|?lrnf Ion
Urn I .Mention.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Suffolk, Vn., August "I.?Southamp?
ton's Democrats m it td-duy and shout?
ed tor Tyler nntl Shands. Thirty
Shands delegates were named to the
Senatorial Convention in Suffolk next
Thursday and they were Instructed to
vote under the unit rule.
Hon. .1 ihri i . Parker, County Chair?
man, called t'i" in, to order arid
inade n bp< ich, urging harmony. II"
\\i>a nindc permani rit chairman, with
Mr. 10. P. Story, o? Franklin, seer* tary.
The meeting was held In the County
Court-house. The room vv?h nearly
Wird to ihe court urcen. Short
speeches w< i. made t>y Dr. .). P. Bry?
ant, Dr. N. Atkins arid Sheriff J.
Dr. Bryant urged every delegate t<>
come Suffolk and said every one
was ex?i ???;? t! to do his Whole duty.
FOR TYLER AND SHANDS.
!:? nlutionq were adopted instructing
the delegates to vote tor William
Shhnds ft i State Senator, and t'> vote
t.i instruct him for Tyler; requiring
dctegut .< i<> vote as a iinlt on an tiues
tlons, according in the wishes of the
majority, ami authorising the dele?
gates and their alternates present at
Suffolk t<> ? list the county's < ritlre vole.
Dr. Atkins irindc a motion that Mr.
Shands ho nuthoiilzcd to appoint Ihe
delegates. There was opposition on the
ground that i; would be bad precedent.
The motion was withdrawn.
OFFICIAL, PRIMARY VOTE.
The Southampton Canvassing Board
mot to-day and count) 1 tin- voti .a
Saturday's primary. Its result was:
.1. H?ge Tyler, S7$; Th wins S. Mar?
tin, MO; Joseph S. Musgrove, for ;'.
House, 071; Dr. Ben Bryant, for the
llonso, 480. Tyler's plurality. "32; Mus
grove's plurality, 1*-.
THE ISLE OF WIGHT PRIMARY.
The Isle ?'f Wight Board of Cah
vasncrs met lo-day and footed up the
votp oast In the prlmnry of las: Sat?
urday. R. E. Boykln got 7S!) votes, and
Thomas N. Jotles 7G0.
According t<> rules prevailing at the
primary, ?'.il'?m>l Boykln i:; empowered
ti> appoint Iiis own delegates. Isle of
Wight now has two delegations to
clamor hero for admittance.
HELD FOB STONE THROWING.
Nathan Wilkinson, 13 years fid, Is
held for court because he threw stones
at a Sei board Air Llrie passenger train.
Justice Eley heard the case :|? :'- o'clock
this afternoon. Nathan is a colorc 1
hoy, who says li ? is fr m Church Road,
!>?>; far from Petersburg. He had h< ? .
working five weeks for A. .1. Powell,
near Kliby Slntion. IL- threw rocks
at train No. 38 Saturday nftcrnoon at
Kllby. <>.i' them struck James i..
<'i.nil>. of Pranklin, Va., in Ihe eye and
made a bad v\ und. Railroad Detective
Brubnker, who wont on the stand this
afternoon, tjuoied doctor as saying
Hie eye may hi- lost. Nathan did not
(??-t.tv in his .'Uli behalf. He had pre?
viously confessed to Sergeant Ames, ol
ih,' pnice force- He shed tears when
tin y s him on.
Detective Brubnker asked the conrl
to make no exiim-M* ? ?( Nnlhan. Hi
said passengers should he prbtected.
The Town Council hid a specinl
meet Inf? to-nlKht and Confirmed tin
Fire Company's election of Eugene
Hurley as hose cart driver. The mattet
had been agitated in the <? mpariy seve?
A carload of stone was ordered
botighl lor tlio streets.
'I'lii- policemen were voted a week's
furl iiKli each with toll :>: y.
BOBBED HIS l'.< ST.
iJiwrericp Spruler. colored, made
friends with Isaac Sellers and rcbh d
him when he becairie a guest. Sprulci
Is th'JUKht to hoi tnm North Carolina,
i U' stop? d v. >iii Si Herat ne ir si py
Hole, ai d stole from him $9 in ensh
? and rifled a trunk. Justice Ar;Inn
heard the case lo-dny and , immiti I
Sprulcr lill August "I. County OriiL'oi
j Matthews brought hint to j '
RcBlstrar E. B. Briti to-day opt n l
hi,; hooks for new registration, They
didn't eotnc up very fast, lie Sal in the
Mayor's ofll i .w ihe City '.' ill and :.? ?;
lonesome. To-morrow Captain Rrisi
will sit in Harper \ West's >fTiee.
BRIEF MENTH ?N.
Mr. A. W. McKeiiney has roho in sei
his wife at Bealslon, Vn.
.Mr. Henderson Hcdrick, ? !' Franklin,
visited Suffolk friend* Sunday.
E. M. '?. Qtilmby. Charlie Cramei
and ColRatc Daughtrey loft to-day foi
New York, on schooner <'. R. Loot.
SVesley Lloyd has accepted a posi?
tion as the Farmers' Bank.
'I'll - Mi. -, ; Reed have gone to vlsll
their old home in Gates county, N. C.
Mr. W. M. * *ru in filer, wlto had been
in the mntalna, was in Suffolk lo-day.
lie will n(Idtoss a meeting of vctcranr
j to-morrow a: Beaver Dani.
i Briw lha /? < ? K :! \ l'J II IVA M??VS BO'JiIll
The Victor Manufacturing Company
o." Grcers. S. C. w ill Increase Its capi?
tal (llock from $200.000 to $350.000 Tor en
I arge in >nts and improvements,
jt\.. ^ rj-,,-~ j-j, x ^ m
3mw tke K I Vm IIa? Uwvs Rotj?M
Do You Know?
- i'n'"'i Yo" v i:l ',evor know What prol ?
tlcn .h until you Instirc with
Woodward & Eiam, Suffolk, Va,
FIRE. LIFE AND ACCIDENT.
HISSED By 1 LUE
(Concluded Prom First Page.)
bordereau received at the Intelligence
M, Crlbelln: "The bordereau arrived
between 1 and 2 in the morning '?
September, 1834. After examining it
u,- did not hesitate t<> attribute i. to nn
Ulcer of the headquarters staff."
ESTERHAZY NEVER CAME.
M. Orlbelln positively asserted lhat
Rstcrhuxy never came to the Intelll- I
Questioned as to the alleged Indiscre?
tion of Colonel Plequart in showing
.Vtsltre U- l'.lnis the se-rel dossier, wit
ncss admitted that when he saw M. Le
Blolsc in Pie.mart's ofllcc, In the Au?
tumn of ls'.in, while the secret dos?.
and the dossier of the carrier iMgeon
service were lying on Plcqunrt's table,
they had not been removed from their
When questioned concerning the "L.I
berateur" document. Greuel n imlttcd
Ii.- still wondered h< v. it came in:" B?
i- rhaxy's hands ami could ii"i un 'er?
stand why Ksterhuxy was not arrested
when he brought the document to the
Minister of War.
A DAMAGING ADMISSION.
It. plying to M. Demangc. M. ?'.rinolin
admitted having mixed up Paty do
Clam's nnd Henry's Intrigues In favor
of Rstcrhaxy. Tin- admission created
Maitre Demangc questioned the wit?
ness at length ;s ??<? the relations be?
tween the witness, Ksl rhtixy and Paty
?1.- Clam. Inn M. i.irlbelln put him on*
with the suggestion that Maitre Der
mange hud better question Paty de
Clam when ihn gentleman arrived.
! This caused ?> gencrnl laugh.
Colonel Plequart 'pi stloning the wit?
ness, declared Incidentally thai ICster
hnxy, on securing tii" Eibcrntuer docu?
ment, had utilized it to "I try a shame?
less blackmail on tin government."
Major La nth followed. Me described
Henry's relations with tie- foreign
gnj i> 'scribing the presentation of
tli.- bordereau ai the ..Hie... he said:
COU HENIIY'S FRIGH l l'i l. FIND.
"One morning, it may have been Sop
t' mber 24. r another dale, though it
ctmno) nriti r much, 1 arrived at the |
. :!i :e ami was aboul to enter the r.n,
as I usually work, when Colonel Henry,
who was walk ng i-i the corridor, called
In me. and io ik ;::>? Into his room. Cap?
tain Mathou arrived simultaneously.
W" had scarcely entered when Col nel
Henry showed Ihe parke! received and.
exhibiting some Pieces he had pasted
"Ml is frightful, .lust see what I
have found in this packet.'
"We walked to n w ind" - and nil thr/ej
began to read i:.-- contents ?>! a paper,
which wns none other than the li->r
der au. We discussed who < old be the
?| must add that r.i. Grlbelin entered
tli.' room mid wna Informed regard hit
(!!?? document. At the same tlrr.< she
bordereau was only sh wn t" Colonel
t; ndherr, half or three-quarters of an
hour later when he arrived.''
MA.IOII I.AITTH'S DEPOSITION.
Next discus i.:u the petit blue, Major
Lnutli said it reached Colonel Plequart,
enclosed in i packet, early in Marth.
Major Lamb's extremely ion?: dc-ponl
linn was listened to in profound silence.
He protested at Picqiiai s allegations
attains: him In Hi. course f the Tuv ?!??
nier Inquiry, when Plequart represented
I l.auth as the instigator and. perhaps,
also the writer of the Henry forgery.
"I declare," said Lauth. "Hint ii. by;
Inspiring or writing ii. 1 had a share in
any way whatever in the perpetration
it thi Henry foregry, l should have
, avowed it the day Henry committed
suicide. I am hol ? von now afraid of
. the raxor nor the rope of Lo Mercler
Picuft; nor even of a broken glass oni
COLONEL PTCQl.TART \C.AIN.
At the instun.if Mi Do mange, ?'il
ohel Plequari again de-scribed the al?
terations of Hie Petit Bleu and de
; c la red thai the last time he ^.i--* it, the
i day before Ii ? stitrled oh his mission,
'lit was In the same condition as when
I (Irsi handed him. Since then it had
; been materially altered, Interlineations
I 1 ???;? is-r made Ih ink of the same color,
I but chemically different.
Captain .Inn. It fallowed. He ^.ild he
I was i probationer simultaneously with
DreyftiSi but Ih another department of
' Ihe War in'"'..-. He saw the prisoner
'In great deal and detailed conversations
j in which, he aliened, Dreyfus spoke of
great si rtts he had lost in gambling and
in Intel -burro with loose women.
A \ INTERRUPT!? >N.
Witness wei t over n greal deal of old
ground regarding the possible sources
? I of Dreyfus' information. The nionot
, buy ".' ih session at this juncture was
; suddenly look,:-. ]>>? M. I Vi lnius. Cap
laitl .Hinek was describing incidents
; with Mile. Pays. :-:i:d Id hav.curred
, In the magistrate's ofllce one , vening
?ii ?. Kstei-huxy and the woman were
l Iii-ill .ii Hie highest spirits, discussed
. what ihcy shall Id drink .">'.. Bcrtulus,
in u loud voice, asked permission to
Colonel .loiinust: "Von will have an
I 'i tunlty later."
Mi Itertulus: 1 wish to speak at
Colonel .Touaust: "You will have an
opportunity your turn, sir. You
will have it presently; sit down."
Captain .him k proceeded and his nc
ronn! ' f what occurred on that occa
iin v .is punctuated with laughter
: ? in the audience.
A STINGING REBUKE.
Ih after being asked li'...' usual
? question, replied: "I will not speak to
He- witness of private confidences he
? ban made to mc. If Captain Jtinck's
'? Id is of honor allow him to divulge
: private conversation, mine do not. I
! ha\e clean hand.", and I will keep them
ch in. Hut ihore arc a number of
filets ? i whli li I win refer. I will speak
II llrsi in rega/d to all losses it is said
i sustained at the club nl Mans. I
, ni vor visited it. ami consequently
never gambled ther. 1 nm convinced
'j thai the members of the club are very
rcapri-tahlo nnd I ask you simply to
h ' llqulry made in order to know
If 1 mil Kpi 'king the truth.
"in regard to Ihe lectures in the of
ii' es ? f the headquarters staff, at which
' j it is asserted I was present, they oc
1 curred in DeeeinUrr. lsp:t. I was absent
in hat i me, and. consequently, did not
: an. nd the lect'dresi"
Dreyfus also denied (hat he had
ever believed ho was going to Ihe
I mannen-, res.
BrSHTULUS ANSWERS JUNCK.
When Dreyfus had finished speaking
Colonel .lounust invited M. Bcrtulus
to speak, and the latter lit.-rally sprang
up tin steps to the platform and. lean?
ing sideways against the witness h.>x
nnd speaking slowly and distinctly, lie
turned to ihe witness. Captain Junck,
"Monsieur t.e President. 1 will not do
Captain Junck the honor to reply to
the particulars with whleh he has
regaled the court regarding the visit
to my office July 26th. I explained ev?
erything before the united Court of
Cassation. 1 am here, therefore l
have not been punished, and. there?
fore, my explanations satisfied the
Judges of the Supreme Coiirt."
ESTERHAZY IS A TRAITOR.
"Now," continued M. Dertulus, "on.'
j.nnt is (dear, and in regard to it I de?
clare Captain Junck's wish was the
father t>> the thought, and ho is wrong
in saying I told him I did not think
Estcrhasy was a traitor. My convic?
tion on Ulis f\oint. gentlemen, has been
unshaken since July I'd. the day I ar?
rested him, because at the bottom of
my heart I was convinced I was in tho
presi nee of a traitor, of tho solo trai?
tor, and that In Esterhnsy was the
key to the trial from which France is
p. ? ishing. That is why \ arrested him
ami this conviction, gentlemen, has
become more profound in proportion as
l proceeded with the ease against Es
terhnzy. I never could have said ho
was not a traitor. I did not say so
because 1 think Bsterhatf is a traitor,
and I will maintain so t,. and against
General o,nn.<o Interposed supporting
? 'apiain Junck's testimony.
JUNCK'S STATEMENTS VALUE?
Then it was thought the incident wan
closed, but Colonel Plcquart jumped on
Colonel Jouausl?"What, again?"
Colonel Plcquart Insisted, and refer?
ring to the petit bleu in order to dem?
onstrate how valueless was Captain
Junck's evidence, lie said the eourt had
only to compare the Captain's evidence
with tho results of the Ravary, FRbre
and lav, rnler Inquiries to sec the con?
tradictions between him and Major
Lauth. The court, he nddeiL then
would see the utter valuclcssncsa of
Captain Junck's statements. (Sensa?
The court then adjourned.
WILL SUE FOR FORGERY.
Paris. Aug. 21.?A dispatch from Ems
says that Colonel Schneider, the Aus?
trian military atache, whose alleged let?
ter Incriminating Dreyfus has been one
of the principal weapons of the prose?
cution, has started for Purls forthe in?
tention of Instituting proceedings for
f i K' ry and the employment of forged
documents against those responsible for
the authorship and use <>l the letter,
which he has already distinctly r< pu
The School Board of Washington
District mot in regular session ;. i
nil.: a' the Town Hall, and was call-'1
to order by ilte chairman, Mr. O. IK
Williams, with tip- i" illowlng members
present: Messrs. F. I.. Portlock, Win.
Ttllotso.t, V. Cromwell and Capt. M. C.
A in '.ion was made to confirm the
nomlr. ttlon of the teachers made a; the
las; meeting of tin hoard.
Mr. Tilt.>:s.>n ask.,! were tho certifi?
cates of .no various teachers before the
board in accordance with his request
at the last meeting, and also within
keeping of the law of the state board.
On being Informed thai they were not
)p- sttud that he could not vote Intel?
ligently, ah I could inn understand how
any member of the board could: lie
thought i: was lowering the standard
id the teachers; and asked that his for?
mal protest against the election of
tea,-!:, rs without their certificate be
A committee was appointed to pur
chase needed School Supplies for the
Berkley ami South Norfolk graded
schools providing there were huindent
fund.- in the treasury.
Til.- citnlr Instructed the members
presiding In Ihe various districts near?
est the oehools to look alter and make
the necessary repairs to the buildings.
Pi..:", s. M. Smith loti yesterday
morning for Nnhseinohd county after
M,. m?ng a pleasant visit among
Iii n ls.
Rev. M. w. Butler is assisting Rev.
] .1. W. .1. In.s >n at Oakland Christian
Church in a revival meeting this week.
I lev. It. I>. Hurley. Of North Caro?
lina, preached at the Main Street Chris
Han Church morning and evening Sun
.Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Palmer are visit?
ing iii Cann, David county, N. C.
.Miss Sophia W..od. who has been vis?
iting Misses i'..x. on Liberty street, left
yesterduy morning for Wake Forest,
The funeral of the 17-months-nld child
I of Mr. and Mrs. F. .1. Parkerson, who
(lied Sunday afternoon at 1 n'el ck at
their home, on Eleventh suet, was
conducted from the residence yesterday
afternoon at i o'clock Rev. It. M.
Chandler, of '.lie Chestnut Street M. E.
Church, ofllciatlng, Tic Interment was
I in Magiu lia tCemetery.
Captain .1. W Luke and family have
ri turned froth Gloucester county, where
lie spent his t' ti days vacation.
.Mr. s. O. Cordon returned from r.d
I cnton, N. i'., yesterday afternoon,where
' lie has be n acting yard master for
t. n days.
Mr. Harry llnltzer, of New Y irk, and
Miss Sarah Goodman, daughter of Mr.
an.! Mrs. .1. Goodman, of Liberty street
I extended, will be iharrli i to-night at
( ?.: 1 Fellows' Hall. South Norfolk, at
, s o'clock. This promises to be a fash?
Mrs M. D. Plummer and daughter,
i Mrs. < >. L. Skinner, have n turned fr m
la three weeks' visit with relatives in
Mrs. .1. T. Edwards ha-- returned
from an extended visit to her pan nls.
I in Sunsburv, N. <'.
Rev. E. w. Buywn received the mos
; sag.- yesterday announcing the death
of bis son. that occurred near Peters
Berkley's ii.-w fire reel arrived last
: night. It is an un-to-dnto, one horse
; reel, very hands, nicly painted.
I j5?srnt;io j9ItoKindYooHanAhursBot'tfa
The Dallas Cotton Mills, of Dallas. N.
('.. will double its equipment, which i3
now .'.oso spindles and in; looms.
For Infants and Children.
(he Kind You Hava Always Bought
JOHN S. ETHERIDGE.
MVliKT AN'li nOAKKi.NO bl'AULES.
VKRK LET. VA.
Norfolk tnl I'o::oninutii trade folIcltcO.
New Phono No. 1.203.
NINE SOLDIERS DROWNED?JOB
Manila. Aug. 21.-5:40 i?. m.?While a
reconnoitering party ?>f the Twenty
fourth infantry, under Captain Crnnci
w as creasing the Marlquina river on a
raft to-day the hawser broke. The
current, very swift at that point,
caused the raft to capsize, drowning
nine enlisted men.
The 1". H. transport Tartar, from San
Francisco, July 24th, with General
Joseph Wheeler and his daughter,
troops of the Nineteenth infantry, and
more than $1.300,000 in coin, has arrived.
I'?vx l iir Tj If r,
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Richmond, Va., August 21.?P. ?'.
Waning was to-day nominated for the
House in Essex. He is for Tyler for
Oh, the Pain of
Rhoumnl ism often causes the most in?
tens:! suffering. Many have for years
vainly sought selief from this disabling
disease, and are to-day worse oil than
over. Rheumatism is a blood disease,
j ami Swift's Specific is the only euro,bo
I enuso it i.-t. tho only remedy which can
1 reach htteh deep-seated diseases.
A tew years ago I was taken with Inflamma
to.-y Itheumatlsm, which became so Intense
that I was for weeks unable to walk, l tried
oevcral prominent physl
^ej-'-jp. clnnsnnd toi ".. tin Ir ireat
mont faithfully, but was
IB&SS? ?nablet?, p ? the light
csl relief. In fact, my con.
dltton f< aii 1 to grow
v >;?:??. the dl.K - tespread
o\er my entire body, ond
Tftpi. i^C- frera Novi r..: i r la March
1 pafferedflconr. 1 tried
?"?aW'v'.'. /'? ! \ ninny | lent medicine*,
rvSloTV? ?*? I k i "?? '"" relieved me.
> \f ??. v- [yfi 9 Upon the ad vice of a
! r ' ? r friend I decided to try
R. S. S. liefere nllowbiR inn tu lake It, how?
ever, my guardian, who Wim a ehcnitiu, ana?
lyzed nie remedy, and pronounced ii frcn of
i potash or mercury. I felt Do muali betterafler
i taking two bottle*,thai I continued Ihn rem?
edy, and i'i tW6 months I was mued completely.
The euro wail permanent, for ' have never Snco
had ti loneh.tit KheiimatlSin Ihetieh many
times exposed to damp and cold -.? at her
!%i.r.i si a M; Tiitf.u.,
sth Powelton Avenue, I'lilladi Iphia.
Don'tsufTer longer with Ith? ttmnlism.
Throw aside your oils and lininu nb .as
; they enn not roach your I rouble. Don't
oxpurinu nl with doctors?their potash
ana mercury will add to your disabil?
ity nnd coniplel ly destroy your diges
te?s>*.M-J? :- no ^.^u>teJ>Li
will euro perfectly nnd permanently.
: It is guaranteed purely vegetable, nnd
contains in? potash, mercury, or other
mineral. Books mailed tree Ly Swift
' Specitin Oo., Atlanta. Ga.
' BLOOD TEILS, *
Yes. it I tin Index to health. If
you have bad blood you arO Ilk ly
io learn that you have Rheutna
._ llsm, Olli oi the moSl horrible dls
t] ease- to which mankind i- heir. If
U this disease, has just begun its work,
HJ or tr you have Ii en afflicted for
U years, you should at ? n e i.ik - the
a w . fid in ?.. ? in e,
I RH EU MA CT. ? E
H summer sea ion :< the hi thni to
g! lake i rheiiriiatlc remedy. Nature
13 will then aid the medicine In elfi :
H :...r a permanent, constlttit ? mil
ip cure Peopli with b id hi l l are *??
[ R subject to catarrh, IndlKCfiti
si in nj . in r .i;??? m i. To I..
M tie- blood must be pure.
ii MAI 111313 is the Prince ol i).o : |S
Eg purifiers tg
M Sold In Norfolk by McCleiiahan ft HJ
? Pi w< 11; In Port in oath by \V. K. ft
V, 11 'S & Co., ai i ? ;. la g< a. i- (3
y FRICE ?1. f.
r^^lLAD.ES DO YOOKKlflS
?r V DR.FELIX LC BRUK'S
: Steel I Per.nyroyni Treatment
1 i lliooriginal r u le nly FHEMCH,
r oaf and r?linh.iro on the roar
?~te-k-i. Price. $1.00; cent by ;utal.
Nliei.'.iiin' sold only by
Walke. Martin ft dray, sole agtnt.s,
corner Water street and Roanokc ave?
nue, Norfolk. Va.
IWlM 11 \mm
172 Church St., Near rvteiu
"TH^ t. J t-^" SS* lr ?? h. x?
The Only Trunk House
All Trunks sokl l\v us kepi in re?
pair free of charge for one year.
We mark names on luniks and
Brass corners and clamps, iron boi
lom, 2-soIe leather straps,
Leather, Russet or Oliw Steel Frame,
22-inch, 3.75 ; 24-Inch, $4.00.
An immense stock oi all kinds of
Tourists' Supplies and Leather Novel?
ties. Also a large assortment of
Ladies'and Men's Pocketbooks and
luftoiK Trunk Factory,
172 Church St, near Main.
(!>a take No SUBSTITUTED for'Tme "EAGLE BRAND"
.Thousands or Mothers Testify to its Superiority.
P\ ''fNFANJ'HEALTH"ss/fr FREE. newYouk CoNorsstD Milk co. n.y.'
Wo rlnltn It to l>o |ho hc-sl Movr?r
on the world's markol regardless of
price. Staunch, durable and light of
draft. Great numbers are uold hero
annually ami thero aro moro Buck?
eye* la use in ihe two ci nuns lliun
?f all other makes combined. This
houso has ?old I ho Buckeye exclu?
sively for about twenty ? ars. Old
buyers aro new buyers. Tin ic facts
bIioiiI i Induce you lo iho Buck?
eye. Wo Invite examination .mil will
gladly siiow its workings.
Steel Hau Rake?
Time and Installment Prl(
Discount S.i.ijo tor cash
Keif Dump find Hand Dump, ?"lld
steel axles, steel wheels, guaranteed
to stand?str?m; mid durable?boy
(tin operate either stylo- pi , ,-s down
low?Iroa ana stoel have advanced In
cosl nearly M per ????it.. mid Mowet-a
ami Bukes will mirely I) ? higher li
price iit MiiBon. Buj . Uucktye
tlii.i year and tike r.o cbahceS,
Implements, Fertilizers and! Poultry Supplies
NORFOLK-FARM SUPPLY CO.
WcD. L- WRENN. President.
1". C. CUNT
G7.Q B. TODD.
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Virginia Electric Compaq
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Often iii the morning there comes a feeling
of weariness, indescribable ; not exactly ill, nor
fit to work, but too near well to remain idle.
A Ripans Tabule taken at night, before
retiring, or just after dinner, has been known
to drive away that weariness ,or months.
WANTED:?a ra?- of ha.1 health thai It 1-p'A N'S wUl not benefit. s-ori n?r i?u to RIcaim <"h. mleal Co.,
?in 1*. :(ttiM( o Qlrwf, Sew Ynrv, lor 10 ?r.ntr?le* -mi it-M tcI*-%r.:.:.< . fii I" A .. ^. 10 f .r ?? ? ? .;.>.. or \i ...... f.,r
I it <-f<u tr>?? 'io hfl of ?I! ? ro?(tUM who aro v uiimr k> nM u -iom'U:'! mnlu In? i> ii .o- rate profit, Tliej
UruiLih pain and proler.j ttfe. Oaf .-it.? r.-lu>f. Seta u?' worJ Kir* N S on 1U- paekes. Accept no aa?rtituio.
ALL IN SIGHT.
NORTHEAST OF MONUMENT
f is or Jordan's Cafe,
331, corner Main and Talbot streets.
In Filling Teeth
?much depends upon tho, honesty of tho
operator. Only time?bin very little time
?can t( I! tho difference between careful,
durable work and careless, hurried oper?
ating. All of our work Is guaranteed, ic
mvst be porf-vt and sutisfji tory?and re?
"Newest Discovery" Painless Extraction.
New York Dental Rooms Only
J. D. ENNES, Dentist.
Office'hours. 8 lo 6; Sur.day?. 10 to 1.