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! SOME FACTS HUI SILVER
| Free Coinage at 16 to I Means
KXne Purchasing Power the True Test
of Actuat and Relative Values.
The Duty of The Govern?
ment in Maintaining a Par?
ity of Gold and Silver.
Beoretary or tho Treasury uarnsie, in
his Covingtmi speech on May 20, stated
plainly and concisely tho exact meaning
of Bryan-liland-Harvey free coinage.
Free and unlimited coinage of full le?
gal-tender silver dollars at trie ratio of
16 to 1 means that our law shall be so
changed that any owner of silver bul?
lion may send it to the mints and have
it coined, at tho public expense, into '
dollars each containing 41'Jjg grains of
Standard silver, the dollars when coined i
to bo delivered to the owner of the bul?
lion, and all tho people of the United
(States to bo compelled by law to receive
thciii as dollars in the payment of debts,
although not intrinsically worth more
than GO cents each. Tho 95 S-10 grains
of standard gold contained in a gold dol
? lar is worth 100 cente, or the equivalent
of 100 cents, all over tho world, in sil?
ver standard countries as well ns in gold
standard countries, and it is worth just
ns much before it is coined us afterward,
butthe 41":; grains of staudard silver
contained in a silver dollar uro not
wortli anyw here in the world more than
about 50 cents. Or, to put the statomt ul
in a different form, 16 pounds of silver
cannot be exchanged for 1 pound of gold
unywboro in tho world, but it requires
about 32 pounds of silver to procure 1
pound of gold everywhere, Hut soiuo
ouo may say that this is not a fair state?
ment, because it measures the value of
silver by gold. The answer to this ob?
jection is that the statement docsnot at?
tempt to measure tho value of either of
the metals, but simply to c impelthem,
ouo with the other, and that for the pur?
pose, of making the comparison the value
of "gold is determined by its purchasing
power in the markets of the world, and
the'value of silver is dotormiucd in tho
same way. Sixteen poundsof Hilver bul?
lion Svill purchase only nbout one-half
?tho quantity of commodities auywherc
that ouo pound of gold bullion will pur?
chase, and this pan-basing power is the
truu test ol their uctual and relative
Iu tho United Stati s id poundsof sil?
ver, coined into dollars, will now pur?
chase as much as a pound of gold coins,
but this would not ho tbu ease under n
system of free and unlimited coinage <m
individual nccouut. Tho coinage of sil
verdollars In ro has I t n limited bylaw
.for the purpose of pr< venting an excesR
ivo issue, and they lutvo been coined by
the government on its own account and
paid out for public purposes as dollars
of full value, und cousoquently tho gov?
ernment is hound by evmy consideration
of good faith, to say nothing of the posi?
tive declarations contitiued in the
Statutes, to keep them as good as gold,
or, in other words, to maintain the pur
ity^.cf the two metals, und this it has
doue und will continue to do as long as
the present system exists. Hut if tho
presout system is to be abolished and a
new one established, so that private in?
dividuals und corporations can have their
?own bullion coined at the public expense
?and have tho coins delivered to them for
their private- use, the government would
be under no obligation whatever, legal
or equitablo, to keep them as good as
gold, .and, in fact, it would bo impossi?
ble for it to do so, because tlio coinage
would be unlimited, and tho volume of
silver in circulation would becomo so
great in proportion to the gold the gov?
ernment could prouuro that tbu attempt
would uocossarily faiL Tho most ex?
treme advocate* of free coinagohave not
yet ventured to suggest that tho govern?
ment would be under any obligutiou to
guarantee or maintain the value of Kil?
ver dollars coined without charge for
privato parties, und without snob guar?
antee it is clear tho dollar would be
worth no more than the commercial val?
ue cf the bullion contained in it, just as
the Mexican dollar is now. I admit that
.if the United States could coin without
chargo to the owners all the silver in
the world available for coinage purposes,
413^j grains of standard silver, in bul?
lion, would bo worth us much in this
country as a silver dollar, but the real
question is, What would tho silver dol?
lar itself bo worth? That it will not be
eqnal to our present unit and standard
of value is not only admitted, but ojien
ly nrged a? one of tho chief arguments
in favor of its free coinage.
Everywhere tho people are being told
that under froo coinage it will require
twice as many dollars to procure any
given quantity of commodities as are ro
quired now, and this menus, of course,
that the money will be only one-half as
valuable as it is now. When tho public
judgment is finally passed upon this
subject, I think it will bo found that
the peoplo of tho United States uro de
temnined not to have a depreciated dol?
lar, whether it be gold, silver or puper.
Tboy are undoubtedly until led to have
for uso in their business just as good
xnouoy as any other people in tho world
havo, and no political party thut at?
tempts to deprive them of it will ever
enjoy their ooulidence or reoeivo their
That nicycie tfeee.
The weary look on the faces of bicy
olers has boon accounted for at last.
Tboy are pneumatically tired.-?Boston
MISS JACKIE A HEROINE.
?kr Sav-U Urrsrlf ami Two I.lttlc -ist. r.
From the .Irnri of mi Alligator.
By her bravery Miss Jackie Willinnia
saved herself aiul two little sisters from
being mangled by an alligator at Tifus
ville, >'la.. the othor day. The girls left
homo to visit a neighbor, Miss Jackie
taking along a Winchester ride, in the
use of which she is an expert. They re?
mained at the neighbor's till Into aud
then started home.
Nearing their roeidoneo, the girls dis
covered a hugs alligator in the road.
Miss Jackie immediately fired at tho
saurian, but the bullet did no damage,
Tho shot enraged tho Valor, and it
rushed at tho girls with its groal jaws
open. The 1 i11J? ? girls ran behind Miss
Jackie screaming. The older girl re
treated, with her face to the saurian,
tiring as ehe backed. Tho ballots, how?
ever, reached no vital sp"t. and the 'ga?
tor Still pursued.
Finally tho girl trippod and fell back?
ward, and the alligutor was on her.
LuokHy sho retained hold of tho rifle,
aud as the sauriiin cunio sho thrust the
gun into its gnpiug mouth and fired.
Tho bullet sped mto the monster's vi?
tals, and it was soon dead. As Miss
Jackie pulled tho triggor after thrust?
ing ttie muzr.lo into the 'gutor's mouth
slut fainted, and when men, whom bet"
sistxirs' screams hail nttntctcd, cnitte, (ho
girl was found unconscious, with tho
dead saurian at bor f< 11
The 'gator's jaws hud to bo pried
open to rolcaso tbo gun, and ns teeth
had deutcd the steel. Miss Jnckie 11 the
heroine of the hour.?Oiiioiunati Ku
HIS ANNUAL HYDROPHOBIA.
Fvoullar fuse of n Man Who Was Bitten
by it Dog Yt'iir? Ago.
One of the most remarkable rates ou
record of periodical attacks of hydro?
phobia was developed at l'ittsburg re
enntly. John Alios, while ou bin way
homo the other uighi with a party of
frionds, suddenly became frautio. Ho
began lo burl; like a dog, frothed at the
mouth and tried to batter out his brains
ou the curbstone.
When 10 years old, Alle,? was bitten
by a dog. Tho dog was shot, but tho
wound was not cauterized, being cured
on a homomade jdau. Evcf Binco Alles
has boon subjoot to an aanual attack of
hydrophobia in thu oarly days of July.
Three friends were with Alles. They
held him down for a moment, but be
threw them Off with rase. PnsscrHbv
assisted, and Alles was finally ovorpow
ered through tho united efforts of eight
men. A patrol wagon removed him to
tho Mercy hospital.
Doctors have applied all known reme?
dies for hydrophobia, but the attacks
have occurred overy year, each time
lasting four days. Mr. Alles is now 38
years uld. The only explanation thodoo
tors can offer is thai (he hoy's mind
wus so strongly impressed when ho was
bitten that the si^ht of a dog on that
date throws him into spasms. Jurt bo
furo ho has hud tie attacks Alles iuvurin
bly has scon u dog. One crossed the
street in front, of him but live minutes
before the attack.?Philadelphia Press.
How to MeuHiiri, Ike Rainfall,
Tho simplest fortu of ruin gauge con?
sists of a funnel with a definite area,
say 12 inches, which tits in thu mouth
of a bottle. Tho rain that falls into the
fuuuel runs down into t)n< bottle of
course, and tho quantity is measured by
moans of a graduated glass.
Suppose, for example, thai in 2-1 hours
the quantity collected measures 3.8 fluid
I ounces. This is equal lo l cubic inohes,
I and if the area <>f the funnel be 1 J inch
J cs It follows that there h.ts been u fall
I of one-third of ail iuclb
HEART DISEASE 30 YEARS!
Short Breath, Palpitation.
Mr. G. W. McKlnscy, postmaster
of Kokomo, Ind., und a brave cx?
soldier, says: '?! had been severely
troubled with heart disease Dver
since leaving the army at, the close
of the lato war. 1 was troubled
with palpitation and shortness of
breath. 1 could not sleep on my
left side and had p;iiu around my
heart I became so ill that I was
much alarmed, and fortunately my
attention was called to r"*t
Or. Miles' Heart Cure
I decided to try it. The first bottle
made a decided improvement iu
my condit ion, and five bottles have
completely cured me."
G. W. McKlNSEY, P. M., Kokomo, Ind
Dr. Miles' Ifrnrt Cure is sold on a posi?
tive jpuar.intH.- that the first bol tlo will
benefit. All druggists sell It attl,8 b t
tlosforfS, or It will be sen:, prepaid, on
receipt of prieo by tho Dr. Alilta Medical
Co . Elliliurt. Ino
Oh! What a
in the evening?whep ;i
woman has cleaned house
all clay with Pearline, in?
stead of the old-fashioned
way. It's so much easier.
There isn't a thine, any
fcjv? where about the house
7 (that you'd take water to)
but Pearline can save you
time and work on it. Saves
that wearing rubbing on your paint and wood work,
too. And what a difference to every one in the ho se
when tin: cleaning is dune quickly and easily and with?
out any fuming and fretting ! You men ought to g.et
together and insist on Pearline.
vvy-vi\ Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers \u" n il
U CtTSTBT^ '*w*jC? >'"'? "thlsii bs goods or '? I lit- stuhe a- I rl<
JO 13 W Obi \5 IT'S FAL.S1??Pearline isnevcrped
your grocer sends jrou an imitation, bo lioncid?und it back. *w JAMBSPVLE.N.if.
Entire stock at cost, 30 days.
p i(, .1,:;:VV.;,l^'v:,.vu,^i,v _ joh?;ston china co.
Butter! Butter! i Butter!!!
Plash Country llutter, l?c per |iound, or itires punud-, for 50c,
Qlngei Snaps, Be i>oi iMiici
Springfield llrnus,Smltliltclil Hams,Sugar Cured li.un- Mid Fins Corned Beef.
'Phono 209. CHAS. A. MORRIS, coy. Church,& Holt St.
FT A POPQ ff. ROH rawii?roker?. :I7S Cbtircli tircet tr.?.ir doeri ,. ;>?
. JALUOO & ?KU, from queeul are Ihe niosl . money lend- '
cr?iif Norn,Ik ob ill kin.I- of personal preiwrtr at a low rate of latvres*. Mh" r-\ t~\
coititnnnioalloni will be promptly aiteadod le W W
LAFFLER'S s? THE PLACE.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES,
LATRST RTYliKS, MATTINC.S, AltQANTJ IIANOEa
DEAU'I'IFUL sill rs. l OKTirid d et-, MM MBit Rl'OVtS?.
At the Very Lowest Figures, tor Cask or Installment. Tukoyour ehoio
!H->. ?T^a Ir*IF"3L* K J?r&,
'1 bo boht Heats, Poultry, Vegetables, Cuune l n.imN can bn bal at
IS^VftST MAIN MA RK!'/r TO'DAYn
We got ovorythtug fresb and od at tl s low il ? ?
MARKETING TO-DAY 1
CtfTUo yon wunt Mmotliiiiff nice in the way of marketing to-day? A ides
Smitllfield Ham, Fine Beef or Pine Groceries !
| It so, see what wo have. Casii talks ?ud we soll low. 6L J. WHITEnDRST, tgent,
H. E. ccrui.i' Oliiiv. b Mid Char. >tto r-tvofcti.
F Is ESI 1
1 OYSTERS, FISH and GAME.
"Retail at 31, 3
aiul 33 t'ity [jlsh Market.
A. t3l_l l_l_OCr. K . Arent,
? .0. l,.-t and M u. kasla um i:.
i I aud 6Cfinpoell'' Wharf,
f Corneroi Washington ? ad Uiewai ttroels.
RUPTURE DF IT1EN. WD1EEN RHU CHILDREN
Permanently Cured in Thirlv Days.
[No Knife. No Pain. No Honey Until Cured.
? 86 Main Street, Every Tuesday and Saturday trom 10 A. M. to i P. M.
Beginning May 7tb, 1805.
1 ^Ja^affl'T_JPFOLK RUPTURE. CURS .?!,
T 50.OCO eo-ouoii sioMhii ?$, 500.00U Boskets,
?,ri.ooo gqimic craies, 60,000
?$,000 iJricrelw tlVjiil^'
100.000 Barrel Covers, $12.50 Per Si.000.
Come ami our good- In Im o *ou purchase n I reiiirim'"i>v
?n me in it pimition to take cure oi you und, : ?II couditibuil.
Agents autt iniddle.mcn ean'l ?!?) it. Ooods for t .tor u ndo a: I
warehouse. Mel mill titvhW ?mir.
FARMERS' MANUFACTURING CO.,
IpU CORNER CHAPEL rind CALVERT STRE ETS.
I KN O W !i
oooodooooooocoocc o: ccoodooo e
o o a
- !-o 0
?TS* \ ? ?
THtRE IS BUT ONE PLACC TO BUY
Of the Latest Style and
AND THAT IS Ai
to 30 Union Street
WHEKE V?U WILL AISO FIND
S Which arc the best built for the money
% PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Cor. Church and Bute Streets
BATHS ! $f
Open Daily, 8 t:. M.-ia P. M. Sunday, 6 P. M. ((
Hours Rc&crved for Ladies, FRIDAY, o A. M.-4 P. M. ^
VAN TEL burg HOFMAN, Manager. 6
m'iiooi.m am? noLi,i:?i:?.
? UUOOLS AND CULLKUK?.
POUTHWEST VIRGINIA INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, BRISTOL. VA.-TKNS. "*THE
^ liiglit-ol antl broaden! culture." Xweuir olBoera ami loicbcr* IJotou aeiwrale tcbe^la, location
fiipoi Climate and health >coord nnaiupavcd. F-tre good. FouMtorj trli k and s-<>au building;
i i room*, -i-.HM Heat. Kle-<rlc l.lgbt;ilot aud '?ld Bath*.-The uexl leMton will begin Septeaaber
i.i, i ... Foi lllu?lrat?d Catalogue atldreu SAMUEL D. JON KS, Preaideot, Jj?-O-'ei-Wiut
I.(Kl(liiio;ton Hnilclina', Granby Streoto
Shorthand Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Penmanship,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Now ix tho limo to enter if yon want to take a position in tho fall. Elegaut roomi
overlooking Norfolk burbor K Inden ta ntliullterl nt any time, ludni'ual iuatruetiou.
.Nu Natation luring ti e ?uuiuitr. For term*. o;\ll ou or a.ldre?s.
I. W. PATTON, Principal.
KCl II ???I.K A>I? l'OIJ.I OKS.
\ \'i- p rei lor (Sovcrii'
J tit< nt .\?:nieini? * U? I?
military rADmj;v ;; f^?
VIRGINIA. ; mi el i ? i-iiij ? "
jy I ? ii.i li A-u-_*i.t
FOLK COLLEGE FOR Y
- norfolk, va.
The Sclio I hai been reorganised and |.ul fully
a i ? .>t o Iii? I Imex in all appro!cd mi ilia Is,
\.i In..i i lien ?ilt I " lautftit by rbmpotenl In
airtiulorti. Tic Principal of Hie intermediate: ml
t lim Primary I? i ntmcut? ' otii .ouielo in j Ith
? auction ti in leadline rlilldreii, und lre?ta frutn
the lie-1 -.b >oLi in.* lio4> l?i tier department*.
Ptirc it* may teat aMtircd that ilon children
it- . iv. t.. i'' advanl ? no Ijil rior ti> IUom tUal
im'glit be obtained Iu any city in tb< coJUdry,
Catalogue! may be obtained from
Capt. A. P. Pifer, Principal,
h IQ-eedtM At the toller
NEAR CIIAItl.0TTK4viI.LE, VA,
* ?<r Cms npil nun's ?!????, for I
Catalogue JOIIK It. SAMPSON, A M..
jti -o u im Principal.
IIOTKTOI UT Kl'KIMlM, VII?; IMA.
l or 17."", Vnilna l.tlll) Hoarder*; Iha ulilcut
ami. rittmetTcly equipped in Virginia. I!cl?ct(a
'.ii.? ? in ; nil Hadern LiiNaiinifCM,
1 I inrr, Sri?;nf)rH, Hn-ic. \ri unit Rio
cillinti. . ?> r andfcaehem Situated in Vail*,
nf Vu.f near II II <i u in .. in Si'Fllrn . !:?u
[eel above .... ler, . Mineral Water*, fad *u?ioa
optua s< c liii, l-'..r . 11.t- < 'ni nh.ru. .Mr.
t ll.\^. I.. ( IM K K, SllUt., llollill?. \ Bt.
Courses for negroes, with EIoc lives. Alao
Ooiiiinoroial un I I'n paratory Courses. Lib?
rary ol li.nuo volumes. Wot knit; Labora?
lt? ry. Good bioraln and duel liu-. K x
cbitrcliea? No i irroomi. Beautiful, lenth
i ii mounts ii location. Bxpcuaai vory u rot
at ate. may bi red iced to ri?ii lorsosrion o:
ni u inoiittta. Ii'inreilaiug patronage Irom
iiian.t Suites i.n l several totoiiiu oountrios
?ill year be tin* !*opt. lHtb. Catalogue,
with views, free. A iirnsa.
. ULI UM 1). Diti:nKit.
ju3-w,su,fr-lui;w2t I'n lident.
t or VOUNG LAC I ES. Roanoko.Ve.
'>? ? Sei?. IJ.I-".' . OneoftbeleadingSchools
: .. > ? ' ., 1 u'lie- in tbo South. .Maguli)"ciii
.!till i ?-. nil modern Improvements. Cauipua
Ion acres liraud mniiutnin sooner) In Valley oi*
Va., fumed for health, European and American
teachers. Full course. Superior advantages in
Art ami Music. Student.-* Irun twenty States.
For catalogue*! address thu Prcaideiit,
W. A. llAKIUS, D. I)., Itouuoke, Virginia.
iitCIIMONI) FEMAI K SI MINAIIY
It No : B SI lilt All Sr., ItlCUHOKO, V>,
JOHN It POWEl.l . l'i in ipal.
Mil-. T. O. PHYTON. Aa*h ?> ? ? Principal.
Tbf twenty-third - i.t IIii? Pointing ?ml
|I;H Ii' "ill -rill B.'ptinibor Vitt., |s'.?\, and
1 '-. .In in I .til,, Is-'il,
i .H-1 ? not Ion fro n Primary to l'oiteglat?
[i,'l>urnn ! t II and ibroucb. i Im I est advantage*
In Music, Ail :in i l.ancuaaoa.
iti ii' doll ri mini) ndvaulagei for Improve
ini'iit In las lures, Concits. etc.
i or d i din, >p| ly t"i caiologue lo the Principal.
WASHINGTON & LEE
I SIVI ItSI'l V. be*inu-1. Vlralata.
Acndciiiic; l.aw; KiiKlrteering. Upou
Sept. litb. For catalogue address
t.. \V. C. LEE. President.
s< scum x \ 4'4> 1.1, !:<;?'.*.
Bellevue High School,
HliOFOKn KUMT, V.4.
A thoroughly euntrnied sc-,"?al, complete iu Iis
appolutmeuis of liiv;h K a le for liny.iunl Young
Meu, l ui catalogue01 liiforiuiilti n, upplv tu
w. K. Ai iicn i'rincl|.?l,
iylT-w.f.su-'JCt _ He lernu r. 0.
TUOUSflHDS ^i:.sV!,U.Tt^l ?;
Xe...T? DRVI8 IHILITflRV SCHOOL.
Kor < atalonueaddrets l>\vis MIMT.UtY M'llmil.
NVluston, North < aiol na. JylC-2CI.
Mi. ST. JOSEPH'S 0OJL.LRQE.
Course of midies dlaaaicnl Scien?
tific und Cominero 1. Terms Hoarders
l>ersession ol lite months. 9115. Studie?
will be rositmod o 1 MONDAY; September "
1B?">. A idres^.
HKO. J08BPU. I irector
Carroll Btation, Italtiotore Md.
Bond for eatuloiiuo., iyl2-2ni
CHAR LOTTES VI LLC, VA.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law, Medicine.
t-rasloil llrgliiN i .(Ii September.
Tuition in Academical Schools free to Vir
gluluns. Kor cnluloijucH address
WM. M. 1H0KN10N. LL.O.. Chairman.
\ 'lltOINUA AOHKTLTI UM, AND ?1B
\ UHANIOAL COI.I.KOK, IMaokabure;.
Va. A Southern lustituto of Techoto y.
Twen ty>f our Instructors. tbornnubl}
oquippod shops. l.aboiHionc.^ ami Infirm
nry, Kitrni of 1138 n res. St um heating antl
Kleeti o l.igbtH in Dormitories, Deirra?
i oursan in Agriculture Horticulture. U >il.
Mechanical nud Klo trical Knginoariug,
lp plied Chemistry and Ooneral Scionce.
Bboriar courses in Practical Agitrult'ro
und Prnctioal Mechanics, Total oost for
bohbIoii oi iiiin months, Including tut Ion
und other Ifens, Clothing, board, Washing,
text-books, ii o lical atteudaiioe. etc . hhoiu
HS5; cost to State students.9155* Next so?
Fioii b ?u'lim September 21at. lv..r,. I or
utaloguu apply to J. M. M UltYDK, Ph D.,
LI,. I'.. I'rcsideiit. jnT nn.we.tr,Im
For Young Ladies and Little Gills
I horoughnoi * und Idgli stiiudiii'd of
scholarship, intclligoitt ears of bn Ith, Hpi
oi?i advantages in Music, Art, I auguagas
und Rlocution are d stiuctirecharacteristTos
oi tin ? Schoo .
Tneuty-aixtu scholastic year ooiiimoncei
Bepteuibcr mis, ivy&. >t>\> i for i-utnioKUo.
JII-SKx FINN BY,
juii-ow Hot atJO. Suflolk, Ya.
SOW GREEN A
!87S Suffolk [Wlllllaiy Hcademy I895.
l'ropars' bov? and young man lor busi?
ness, hi college, or university. Kipiipi.ud
with modern <? inoatlonal appliances. Cadets
ii in eight MH'. ? List -i-a ion. Scud lor
hau isoii!'- Illustrated catalogue.
, JOSEPH KINO, A. M., I'riuolpal.
)ut3*sa,tu tu. 1 in butlodi, Va,
JUST THINK OF IT
Dirnbeigcr makes a Flying Mile in i Minute, 45 Seconds.
Demolishing all Records.
MIS MOUNT WAS A SYRACUSE.
RIDE A y^IX y\^N AND
CklMSON /f / \ BE A
KIM f '?" pp \ pSYCAMORE.
white & mm, soil Hgeiits, ism si., wi
Special Bargains in Clothing.
In order to make room for the approaching Fall Sea?
son, we have divided our Light Colored Suits into three
lots and fixed the ju ices at $0, $7.50 and $9 per suit. The
regular prices of these goods were $10, $12.50 and $15,and
there -> nol a suit among the whole lot that did not cost
Iro n r< lo 25 per c ent, more than the present selling pi ice.
This sale will begin TO-DAY, July 16, and continue
until the entire lot is disposed of. EARLY BUYERS
GET THE BEST.
V>7 MAIN UTIU&KT, SOU TU ilUU,
HVillKl RH RBKORTNi
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN,
10 MILES FROM NORFOLK!
This i elightful ocean r sort will be opened;
for tlio reception of guests uu .inly Ist, i
Thin placu oilers espo.-i*l attractions foF
Bathing. Hoalin.,- ami Fishing Large au?!
Thei cuisine ami service excellent.
For rates address
oil As. H. JOHNSTON, Manager,
__Ju2G-tr Virginia lieacu.
W?RM SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL.
Warm Springs, liath Co., Va.
NOW OPEN. J.7UU feet olevntiou. Fiuej
Swimming. Pools. I>oliK>itTiillv cool, I'op
ulur I'ri o>. Orchestral Music.
I'or Isrnis ail reB<:
FliEU BTERRY. Manager, or
E. k. COM STOCK,
ju2C-lm Resident Manager,
STOCKTON HOTELjJCAPE Ul Yl
Tii?' Stockton Hotel is unsurpassed on the
At'autic Coast. J'he sauitnn an augemenh)
are per set lint) biliar.I rooms ami bowling
?Hey? Sauren cou.-crts Sundays. I'oa-l.
American and Europe u pl.ti. Special ?r?
rauguneiits with parties ilesiring to remain
auy length of t mo. Addro-.?
HOllACE M CAKE, Manager.
WARREN WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,"
O. W. CUl.LUN a sun Owners and Prop.'s,
( ullon I ostoftteo, Va.
The oldest Stimm, r Itcsorl in the l ui oj
Btatcs. tin ,1 Fishing, limiting ;iu I Haltung
Eigbl (lilYoreut water* White. I'.otl ami
Blue. Sulphur. Alum Iron. Arsenic, Chaly*
boite mill l.ithia. On top ol tno "Three
Top Range,*' 2,101) reel above the sea. Dis?
tance from It A li It it W'aterlic!; oue miles
diatnnco Irom N A' W It H (ItlvertoD! ttiree>
miles; llistnUOn Iron IJ A 0 (Mi IdlotOU tun?
ni'.lea W rtto tor ra'e>. je.0-3ro.
Variety Springs, Va.,
FERIiOh P. <>.. VA.
tssaiedlaloly on Chesapi .o e ami < 'hin It illway.
Il|.? .It; 11. |?t, ISII.1.
Newly niruljbed. Elegsnlfare. Moderate>tj?
CltAWFOItn a EICIIELRERGER,
iujIi-tn.tli m Proprietors.
AUeghany Springs, Va
Tbc greatest dytpo| sin w.itev Known eu?
dorm I by the fit;.it, Medical Sooloty.au?
awarded gold medal and diploma tit won'a
I air, Chicago Moot popular ? imin r re.
Boi t in tbo mountains of Virginia. Elera*
liou I.7110 loot. Iloaiitifiil lawn of
tony no res: line walks and drives gootl
livery and ban 1 o' mn-i. ? Turms moderate.
Writ' foe circular or pamphlet coutainiug
testimnniabi from prominent physicians aUik
other partial of eminence C. A.'OOI.HOUS.
I ropt.r. II T. :? I VI.L. M D., I'll U?
it -1 lout Pbysi lau. my29-2iu
LIMlT'ED ntmi.lll OF SDMMEIf
boerdera can bo ncoommodated ni
by applying to the prin ipal ..1 0100. Three
mluutea'rido to Norfolk, loity-Ovo toni.i
I'oiut or Virgiuia hu.ich, twenty to Occam
View, Berkley, Va. . Je?-w,sa-tf
VKIIovV SULPHUR slM:l\.s. MONTfiOM*
1 cry county, Va., opeu 1 > vl.ttori June lit.
1S9B, Vliisu spi lugs are situated on Ibc sututtiil
Ibe Allyghaoy Momitaiui lb* .in 1 et Iva prepertiea
ol the witters art well established and a.laplel lot.
wide range ol dl?eusw. The actfininodatloni ar?
Hi uclass in every tan,? I. UescrlpHvc panipleli
and rates furnished 011 aypllcatlou. RIDOEwAv
HOLT, proprietor, i.,yls?--.'ui
Cold Sulphur Springs,
QOSHEN, VA ,
Open June 1st, 1606.
Hue I ecu greatly enlarged ami improved
IOr real and recreation laaocoud to uo plaoo
in the mountain-!. For lit ? address
mylt'osultlt 3.D. OltAlG Manager.
THE HAY KB I RESORT IN THE MOUNT?
AINS; CAPACITY l.isju, OPENS JUNE I.
kales Reduced One-lialf.
t'ouniiiering totality ? f it ? patron-, obaractsil
of h<> ommoil.it oi.s.
Wat. is recommended "by leading phy?
slciaiu. It 11 siifforcr from consumption,
iudigeatlou. scrofula, catarrh, diarrb <-a>
10111.il? tioubina, etc.. or noetl gaiety, sur*
r.nnido.1 with a inperb olnss ot people,
write lor pamphlet and bo convinced tliu is
.1 panacea ror four trouble--.
Dr. ISAIAH WHITE, ol llichinoild, Mo d
...l Hireotor. .IAS. A. Kit A/1 KU Managing
llecciver. my I2-0oJ,I0w
H?YTH S HOTEL,
FIN CASTLE, - - VIRGINIA.
In tlit' lilue Kidga Mountain?. Attitu le
2.0UU foot, Midsummer .i\or.ir;c tempera?
ture .1 dogree? Mulariit ami mosuuitoes
unknown 1'ri.daily innil an t pnaeaiiges
oouui itious lolegrnpbu. otc. Large dintusj
ball, ballroom and Iwontyrllve bedrooms
added tin.-, spring, Cnpm ity ISO. World
ronowue 1 foi ro-maguu ian water for liver
and kid not .I nesso.s. ltatea, - is to 925 ao?
cortliug to location, number in room. Spe?
cm I to families. Pour woekti to mouth,
payable weekly. < hu Irou under twelve
yi-uia au 1 servanl-t ball price.
HOW 1 I! HAYTfl,
owner nmi Proprietor.
Write for tlosoriptivo |ie>mpblet, su,t-tJ
BOLiioiti Alum, iron ond irodinc spnnos ol v.
OPI > .11 I.V l?(. !??!).-,.
Meat popular rciori forbeollh and pltawra la
the Stnl". Invallilngel cured beri when all uihct
reniedieti have fall?! Splendid laa 11 and ibkde
for children. Bales,5 lu s ? pn iiimili, lb,
1.rated u \ 1 wi l na-. >? ii)anufacttir?t
1 ion n I? waler Send for Inicrestiii? iKiuipb'sloi
ilfiyragta, lledfoid spningn l'.0.,\ii
? 1 J. 11 ma?i.N. I untie,
|ulSsa,w?iwj _ _ I'f ipinttur.
Old Point Comfort, Va.
UurivnlleJ as a bcaltb and pleasure ra>
Ott. Invigorating ocean breo/ca full ut
life-giving ozone. Now plumbing, perfeot
draiuagt and all comioi ts ot the modern
Kend for diseriptlve pamphlet.
]e2-s?,w,l jtu P. N. I'lHiX .?uu.ee*