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NEWS FROM SUFFOLK AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINIA
His Attorney Won A Point After
A Hard Legal Battle.
THEY ARE FIGHTING FOR TIME
The Absnnoe Of Witness Weed, Who Is Sold
To II? In Europe, The Ground Of Cou
tlnuuuoo-Lawyers Throw ltouquctH At
Judge Atkinson?Two Othor "Witnesses
Claimed To Ho Absent -Gllllgan's Sis
tors And Miss Turner In Court.
(Special to The Vlrglnlan-PIlot.)
Suffolk.Va., May 9.?The Gllllgan ease
goes over till Tuesday, June 6. Follow?
ing arguments -that were long, astute,
diplomatic and nt times sarcastic and
humorous. Judge Atkinson announced
at 12:40 o'clock that the case shotild go
over to the next term. It -was a very
After two motions for a continuance
had been overruled or abandoned yes?
terday, the defense still relied on the
absence of Witness W. H. Weed. That
was their last hope. They fought val
tantiy and won. '
FIGHTING FOR TIME.
It didn't take a shrewd observer to
notice that the defense was fighting for
time, magnifying technicalities, strug?
gling for n point of vantage, praying
for a postponement on the grcmnd of
Mr. Weed's materiality as witness, and
to procure simple Justice for Andrew
It was a wcll-fought contest, and It
gained time. The continuance will help
Gllllgan, whether Weed's testimony la
paramount or not. The attorneys were
battling for justice and may be to save
a life. They deserve credit, especially
when it is considered that Colonel Boy- j
lcln and Mr. Holland were on the other!
The bright May sun. slightly obscured |
by a thin float of clouds, occasionally 1
burst through and shed radiance, but:
not excessive heat on the crowd of cu-I
rlous who flocked about the court
Judgo Atkinson, in his decision, Inti?
mated that the absence of Weed should
cut no figure In any further motions
for a continuance, lie talked a3 though
he meant to make both sides come to
court and go Into the cose unless there
were mighty good reasons for a post?
OPENING OF COTTRT.
Sheriff Edwards, exactly at 10-.-10
o'clock, opened court with his procla?
mation which he said rnPldly and dis?
tinctly. The murmur or voices In the i
room and around the courthouse win?
dows gave away to a quiet feeling of
expectancy. Everybody was on the
lookout for something to happen.
Five minutes later Ollllgan walked
Into the room with !he same hearing of
Indifference and deSianoe which was
worn yesterday. Just before entering
the door he threw away the stump of
a cigarette. He sat down between -
Juduc 11 in ton and Mr. Edwards, his
MUCH WANTED WITNESS.
Colonel Hoykln announced that In
pursuance of an understanding at the
hour of adjournment yesterday, he had
expected to Introduce Mrs. Pool 'to
prove a. statement made by Witness
Weed that he expected lit bo gone three
years, lie had since learned the lady
know nothing about it. Mrs. Pool's phi
was there and had letters which had
been written by Weed.
Edwin T. Poid was sworn. He Intro- j
duccd a letter written by Weed April
12 at Brunswick, (!;?.. Later Pool was
recalled and pi oil.iced other letters
from the badly wanted witness, one
dated March 13 In Brunswick and an?
other dated April New York. Weed
_nald In letters he should go through the
South, go Into Mexico, where he has
Interests, anil then go abroad.
Colonel Itoykin announced that he
should introduce letters whether they
were in favor of the Commonwealth or
T. H. Curlls swore he had talked with
Weed on the wharf when he went away.
Weed hnd said to witness be should
take a long trip and return after two
or three months. Witness had asked
Weed if he were going to the Exposi?
tion while In Paris. "I saw It all at
Chicago," he replied.
J. A_ M. Qwaltney, a prosperous citi?
zen of Surry county, Bald he had talked
with Weed in February. He heard
Weed was going t" break up and was
going to Europe. Weed told witness he
should be hack In six months.
GON'R TO EUROPE.
Henry Whltmore affirmed that he hnd
rented Weed's farm for n year with the
privilege of three years. Weed had
not reserved anything. Weed had left
March 1st for Georgia, Mexico and
Europe, and said he didn't exp. et to re?
turn under eight months. Under cross
examination Whltmore said there was
nothing In the contract to exclude Weed
from the house should he return, though
no room had been reserved.
TWO OTHER WITNESSES.
Judge Hlnton got tip. He had addi?
tional reasons for a. continuance. He
aald there were two other witnesses,
?whose presence was Important and who
could not he at the trlnl tili? term. He
would have mentioned it yesterday, but
It was asked whether that was meant
as nnother motion or another plank in
the Weed platform. Judge Hlnton
wished to he fair and tell the court
his full reason!.
Judge Hlnton argued diplomatically.
After speaking of Mr. Holland's clever?
ness In the veiled compliments to Judge
Atklnsln he Immediately grew eloquent
and piled another thick layer of c;,,r:ir
coot on his Honor. He said the court
was a man of too much ability and
character to be Influeneed by the tickl?
ing process of his astute friend. He
asserted that for Iii? part he would he
glad to leave the whole case to Judge
Atkinson In chancery, so much con
OR PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY
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?4 Yfa itoyi-U
fidence did ho have In his learning and
Colonel Boykin made a brilliant
speech against continuance.
Mr. Edwards nrgued with clearness
and moved to amend Gllllgan's oflldavlt
60 as to assert the probability of Weed's
return. Mr. Holland declared the
amendment could be considered added.
Mr. Holland said the defence was
making the move for purposes of de?
lay. If they had found two more wit?
nesses were needed already the prose?
cution had no assurance they would
not need 102 before the thing was done
with. He hoped Judge and Puck would
not got Judge Hinton's picture on nc
count of his silent endorsement of a
legal proposition that bad been made.
WH E H E ABOUTS NOT KNOWN.
I was contended that Weed's where?
abouts was not known and there was
no assurance as to when he would
come. Judge Hlnton pledged the de?
fense to use every means in their pow?
er to get Weed.
The court ruled that 1t was a well
settled fact where a witness is out of
a court's jurisdiction no one could force
hla attendance. He did not di em It ne?
cessary to require a disclosure or the
evidence it was expected to introduce
by Weed. Tho court, declared positively
that at tho June torn* he should pro?
ceed at once with the trial, and that
ho should not entertain a motion for
contlnuanco unless It was baaed on
purely legal grounds. Ho accordingly
said the case? should 'be continued til!
Tuesday, June 5, the second day of the
A TOUCHING SCENE.
Gilligan's faco relaxed. There never
was shown much tension in the bold
countenance, but It now grow a shade
brighter. There was a contented look.
There followed scenes which were
touching, sentimental and almost dra?
matic. Gilligan's sisters catne into
court. There were three of them. They
walked to Gilligan's chair, shook hands
kissed and embraced the prisoner. The
*>ycs of one grew wet and tears started.
They were wiped away.
At first. Gilligan was Indifferent and
merely submitted. The caresses con?
tinued as the young women sat beside
hhn with arms entwined about his
neck. Gilligan softened and tears came
to his eyes, but they soon disappeared.
The ladit-s were Miss Lillie Gilligan,
Mrs. J. T. Mitchell, and Mrs. Susie
Patten. Missi Barlow, a niece of Gilli
ftun and a very prerty young woman
was not present to-day.
. PRISONER TALKS FREELY .
Gilligan talked pleasantly to court of?
ficials and shook hands with many peo?
ple. Rob. Fergusaou the young man
through whose advice Gilligan surren?
dered, was one of those who came and
Gillagan, Is an inveterate) cigarette
MISS TURNER PRESENT.
Miss Isabel Turner and her mother
drove on the court green a little after
10. They wore deep mourning and
heavy veils. They were assisted out
of the carriage and retired to their
room in the hotel.
Miss Turners father was r.la'.n on
her birthday. It was her nineteenth.
Aside from Pretty face und features
Miss Turner has a well developed
figure and graceful carriage.
BEING WELL FED.
Gilligan passed the night In a cell
with J. J. Holland, charged with lar?
ceny. It was his first night In that
prison. Jailor Reynolds said that Gil?
ligan's breakfast was better than he
usually fed prisoners, and if he had to
keep ud this fare he wanted to know
who was going to put up the extra
Attorney Holland after adjournment
stated that he did not believe the testi?
mony of Weed would bo material to
the ense. He laughed like a man who
felt well and who had something up his
COURT OFFICIALS COURTESY.
The thanks of the spectators and
press representatives are due to th?>
admirable set of court officials who
showed many courtesies and who
handled tho crowds splendidly. They
arc Judge George R. Atkinson, who has
seen thirty years of Judicial life; Sheriff
Robert A. Edwards. Deputy Sheriff J.
A. Johnson, Clerk N. P. Young and
Deputy Clerk J. R. Lattimer,
An Interesting Baseball Suit Now
Up For Trial.
<:rew Out Of Sale Of rntemhurj; Franc hise
To Hampton?Hampton Institute Clos?
ing Etorcbos June 7th?ltanlt of Phoe?
bus Klevtt OMcorfl- Peninsula Guards
Drilling l'or Richmond Trip.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Hampton, Va., May 9? The closing
exercises at Hampton Normal and Agri?
cultural Institute will lake place on the
evening of June 7th. A very Interesting
program has been arranged for this
occasion. Mr. R. C. Ogden, president of
tho Board of Visitors, will present dip?
lomas to the sixty graduates. As usual
the exercises will be open to tle^ public.
ELECT OFFICERS TO-NIGHT.
Hampton Commnndery,Knights Tem?
plar, will hold their annual election of
Officers to-morrow night, when a very
pleasant evening Is anticipated by the
PENINSULAR GUARDS DRILLING.
The Peninsular Guards have received
their new uniforms and other equip?
ments from the State arsenal. There
were seventy-six uniforms In all, The
company began drilling to-night Pre?
paratory to going to Richmond next
W< i !: to take purl i:i the grand military
parade during Carnival woek.
Captain Couch expects to carry a full
company up to the Capital city and It
is confidently expected that Hampton s
soldier boys will most creditably r< pre?
sent this city.
At the annual meeting of the stock?
holders of tho Bank of Phoebus, held
iT? O TUR LA DI KS OP NEWPORT
J. NEWS, HAMPTON. etc.. -Mine
tiates, Sculp und Huir Specialist, will be
at Newport News in a few days with a
largo stock of Hair Braids, Bang. Pompa?
dour, Puff, etc. Tho Queen Hair Restorer
renews gray hair at once. Read carefully
the upeclul column In this day's paper.
MME. GATES, tho RolUbl.i Hair Parlors,
over 6 and 10 Cent Store, Norfolk,
Tuesday, a large amount of business
was disDosed of and a board of direc?
tors was elected, as follows: Messrs.
A. M. Hanger, James M. Cumming, H
Ia Schmelz, B. C. Kaiser. N. S. Groome.
.A, lielnlckle. Governor P. T. Woodlln.
Dr. G. K. Vanderslico and Mr. IS. M.
The newly chosen board will meet In
a few days for the election of a presi?
dent nnd secretary. The past year has
been one of marked prosperity for the
A BASEBALL, CASE.
A base/ball ouit of much interest hns
begun In the Elizabeth City County
Circuit Court. This Is the cuse of
Messrs. James McMlnamen and J.
Prank Darling vs. Messrs. O'NcIl and
Bradley, a cause resulting from the
tarsfer of the Petersburg franchise to
Hampton during the life of the Virginia
League In IMiG. Argument on the de-1
murrer to the declaration as set forth
by the plaintiffs was heard. Messrs.
Causey, Jones & "Woodward appear as
counsel for the plaintiff, am). Common?
wealth's Attorney James Duncan, of
Norfolk, represents the defendants.
Judge Blackslone has named to-mor?
row as the day for hearing the ease.
Of this case the "Dally Press' says:
"Perhaps no case that will be tried nt
this term of Cue court Is of more im?
portance generally, and Its final out?
come will be watched with Intense In?
terest throughout the State. Messrs.
O'Neill nnd Bradley, it Is alleged, per?
suaded by false representations Messrs.
McMlnamen and Darling to assume
charge of the Petersburg franchise by
removing the team to Hampton. The
Petersburg team at thai time, the de?
claration says.was a decided money los?
er, and In order to keep the league up
the defendants, afler much persuasion,
finally succeeded in disposing of the
franchise to the gentlemen named.
In lieu of the transfer the defendants
promised that the league would he held
Intact for two years longer, while, ns a
matter of fact. It only lived about three
months after the deal was consum?
mated. The plaintiffs now allege that
by these false representations they
were put to an expense of $1.000 and un?
limited trouble. In order to repair the
Injury sustained the sum of S.'.oni) Is
asked. The defendants, of course. In
their counter bill. deny the allegation
and claim that no false representations
were ma-do.?The "w* i..^n in court
several years, but not until now has
any definite time been set aside for its
LARGE TRUCK SHIPMENTS?A CA?
BLE FEH BY ACROSS THE
(Special to Virgiman-Pllot.)
Petersburg, viu, May 9.?A warrant
was to-day issued by Justice Lane, of
Prince George county, charging TTlOB.
M. Gilllam, of this city, with the be?
trayal of ..Miss Sterne, a daughter of
Mr. M. \V. Sterne, of this place. The
warrant was placed In the hands of
Chief of Police It.island for execution.
It will be remembered that Gilllam,
shortly after his arrest on this charge,
was brought before the Mayor, and an
examination having been waived, he
was sent on for trial at the next term
of the Hustings Court. It has slnee
turned out that the alleged crime is
said to have been committed In Prince
George, and the case will therefore be
?tried in that county.
Austin, a little son of Mr. A. M. Clcm
I ents. fell from a tree at his parents'
! home last Sunday nnd fractured his
i skull. Ho was operated on to-day at
the Home for the Sick by Dr. R. D. Mc
I Judge ,T. M. Mullen, of the Hustings
Court, to-day rendered his decision in
I the case of D. Baker vs. Stratlon ei
! Bragg, which was argued a few days
ago. This suit was for $457 damages on
contract for selling machinery. The
court gave Judgment for the plaintiff
lor the whole amount.
The court has been engan'd to-day !n
the trial of the suit of David G. Martin
and T. W. Martin, of Sussex county,
against Pylo & Do Haven, real estate
dealers of this city, for Sri.000 damages.
The suit grows out of the purchase of
a farm called HuntSVllle. in Sussex
county, containing five hundred or six
hundred acres. Mr. David C. Martin
traded Pyle fi Do Haven property in
Barlow township, O.. for the farm.
Pending the examination or witnesses
the court this afternoon adjourned to
to-morrow morning ?T haTI past Pr
The game which was to have heen
played this afternoon between ihe Pe?
tersburg and Newport News baseball
teams was, on account of rain, declared
A cable ferry has been built across
the Appoma'ttox river, about twelve
miles west of Petersburg. This Is said
to lie the only ferry of the kind In the
At th<* last term of the County Court
of Sussex only one liquor license was
granted to the county by the court.
This license was granted to P. P. YVinn.
whose place of business is a short dis?
tance from the county courthouse.
immense quantities of early vegeta?
bles nie- b<-ing shipped through here
from the South to the Northern mar?
kets over the Atlantic Coast l ine. This
morning eight locomotives left here for
I Rocky Mount. N. c.. for these vegetn
! ble trains. These locomotives left Pe
j tcrsburg within two minutes of each
(Special to The Virginian-Pilot.)
Newsoms. Vn., May 0,?Tuesday af?
ternoon the Roykins team suffered de
j feat at the hands of the Newsoms'
"Goats" by n score of ,"(> to 15. The
game was well played considering the
Newsoms team had had no practice,
this "neing their second appearance on
i the diamond this season. Beaton did
j good work for Boykins, but In the third
' inning they went to pieces and the visi?
tors s. ored 14 runs. McLcmon, Prince
and Pleat carried off the honors for the
j "Goats." McLemon making the star
I play of the game. The pitching of
Harden, base running of Bnrham and
; all round playing of Mark Barrett were
noticeable features. The game was sat?
isfactorily umpired by Mr. Hoggard.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
I Boykins. Vn., May 9.?Como, Court
j land and Newsoms played Boykins'
boys strictly a game of baseball yes?
terday, the score standing ?6 to 15 In
favor of the aggregation, which was a
picked one. Boykins was not up to its
usual form, and did not expect to have
to play all these places at ouce. Mr.
Hogsurd held the indicator.
Democrats To Re-Organize?Big
Mass Meeting For May 16th.
Will Probably Ho Hold In Tho Open Alr
Thon. Leal Ii I.mmc? Tho Casino For A
Flitco For Summer AmDMBWntl-Big
Delegutlou To Tho Stutu Federation or
Newport News, Va., May 9.?Mr.
Thomas Loath, the well-known theatri?
cal man. was In the city yesterday from
Kichmond. and while here, with Mr. G.
II. A. Hooker, consummated plans that
will result In first-clnss summer amuse?
ments for Newport News.
Arrangements were made with the
Old Dominion Land Company to secure
the Cusino for the three summer
months?June, July und August?to be
converted into an opera house of the
In doing this the management plan
to give the city during the summer a
series of the best vaudeville attractions
that can be booked in this country?
the same that are booked for tho popu?
lar Bijou, in Richmond. The bookings
are made for these two houses only and
will not. extend to 13uckroe Beach or
Bach show will be booked for one
week, the bills being varied, of course,
as far as the character of the shows
will permit. Light opera will be put
on upon occasion, musical comedies and j
regulation high class vaudeville. The
season will begin during the first week
NEW ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Mr. Lentil states that he will not per
I mit the District Congressional Conven?
tion to bo held in tin.- new Academy
of Music building, as he proposed to
reserve the opening of Cue building for
the theatrical season. Fields Minstrels j
huvlng the opening night.
_THE NEW VIA DU CT,_i
The work of putting in place the gir- <
dera to support the tloor for the now
Huntington bridge bus been com- ;
menced. Several of these large steel
girders have been placed in position :
and the others will soon be down. The'
work of flooring the bridge will soon
follow and the viaduct will be ready
for travel in a short time.
DEMOCRATIC REORGANIZATION. I
On the night of May 16th there will
be a big Democratic mass meeting, pro?
bably in the open air. At Its meeting
Tuesday night the Newport News Dem- '
ocratlc Club adopted a plan ot reorgan?
ization submitted by President Berke?
This plan provides that the reorgan?
ised body shall be known as the New-,
port News Democratic Club.which shall i
be a central club, with a subdivision In
eacth ward in the city. Tho central
body shall have a president and one j
vice president for each of Che seven j
wards In the city, these vice presidents!
to be chairmen of their respective ward|
organisations. The central body and;
the ward divisions have for their other;
officers secretaries, treasurers and sei - \
gen nts-at-arms. All the former mem?
bers of the olub come Into th" reorgan?
ized club upon tlie same basis as new
members, by signing an application
agreeing to support the Democratic
ticket in municipal, State and national!
elections, and agreeing also to pay the
fee required of all members.
A committee, consisting of President
Berkeley, Dr. sty 11 r.nd s. O. Bland, wasi
constituted to draft a constitution and!
by-laws to present to tho next meeting
of tho club.
TO FEDERATION MEETING.
At a meeting of the Clgormakers'I
Union Monday night Mr. Thomas!
Knote, who is secretary of the Central!
Labor Union, was elected delegate to
the State Federation of Labor conven?
tion, which will be held In Richmond
the latter part of the month.
Mr. (.'. N. Bin ford was named ns al
The Cigarmakcrs' Union raised a
good-slxcd purse for^the assistance of
the striking cigarmakcrs in New York.
It Is probable that twenty or thirty
union men, of various trades, will go
from Newport News to attend the con
T. nti.m of the Slat'- Federation of La
hor in Richmond. The Chesapeake and
Ohio has made a. one and a third rate
for the round trip.
There are now only r.lx of the labor
unions in this city affiliated with tho
State body, but it is probable that oth?
ers will get in at this convention.
The deb'galos from Newport News
will urge the claims of Ibis city as the
place for the next convention, and It Is
j believed it will get It without any diffi?
Eruptions, Sore Throat, Eat?
ing: Sores, Ulcers
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It Is especially the deep-seated, Oh?
rt inn to cases that 11. B, B. cures. Af
ti r doctors and patent medicines have
B. B. R. cured K. F. B. Jones, At?
lanta, Ga., of blood poison, had copper
colored eruptions all over his body, ex?
cruciating aches t:tid pains, falling of
j the hair, sore throat. His troubles re
I sisted the treatment of the most noted
j doctors, yet he wns completely cured
by ten large bottles of Botanic Blood
Balm (B. B. B.). Robert Ward. Maxey
Oa., SUfferel from secondary and ter?
tiary syphlllc blood poison, face and
shoulders a mass of corruption, and
j sorer, began to eat Into skull bones;
eleven large bottles of B. B. B. com?
pletely cured him. These are severe
cases. If you have the slightest touch
Of syphilitic blood poison, such as pim?
ples, eruptions, bone pains, swollen
glands. Itching ekln, falling hair or
scrofulous sores, you had better take
live or six large bottles of lt. I?. B. to
clean the poison out before It gets
worse ns it is bound to do.
Large bottles for sale by druggists
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for SI, or six bottles, (full treatment)
S.".. So sufferers may test B. B. B. a
trial bottle given away free of charge.
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PRAISES PE-RU-NA FOR CATARRH-'
JOE WHEELER'S CHARGE AT SAN JUAN HILL.
Major Goneral .Tosoph Wheeler, com
manding the cavalry forces la front of
Santiago and tho author of "Tho San?
tiago Campaign," III apoaklng of the
great oaiarrh remedy, Po-ru-na, uays:
"I Join with Senator* Bnllivau, P.oach
and McEncry In their good opinion of
Po-ru-na. It la recommended to mo by
those -who have used it a? nn excellent
tonio and particularly effootlvo as a euro
United States Senator LIcEnery.
Hon. S. D. McEuery, United Status
Senator from Louisiana, saysths follow?
ing la regard to Po-ru-na:
" Pe-rn-na Is an excellent tonic. I
have used it sufficiently to say that I
b?llevo it to bo all that you claim for it.
~S. D. McEnery, Now Orloan-j, Loulsi
United States Senator Sullivan,
"I doslro to say that I have been tott?
ing Po-ru-na for some tlnio for catarrh,
and have found it an excellent mcdlolne,
giving mo mors rellof than anything I
havo over taken.?W, V. SulllTan, Ox?
United States Senator Roach.
"Porsuadod by a friond I hare used
Po-ru-ua an a. tonic, and am glad to tes?
tify that it has greatly helped me la
stronglh, vigor and apputito. I bars
been advised by friendo that it is re?
markably olUeneious an a euro for the
almost universal complaint of catarrh.
?\V. N. lloach, Larlinore, North Da?
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FOR SPRING AND SUMMER USE. THIS STOCK INCLUDES MATTINGS,
LACE CURTAINS, BABY CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS, REFRIGERATORS, GASO?
LINE BTOVEB, OIL, WOOD AND COAL RANGES, COMPLETE LINKS OF
KITCHEN. DINING-ROOM, BED-ROOM AND PARLOR FURNITURE.
REMEMBER, YOU CAN KIND NO FINER STOCK TIMS SIDE OF BALTI?
MORE. CALL AND OF.T JUST WHAT l'OU WANT AND WK WILL MAKE
THE TERMS SATISFACTORY.
426 d? 428 CHURCH ST.