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SOCIAL CLUBS
HEMIiy FINED
Similar Case Pending ? Before
? the Supramc
Court.
BERNARD WILL NOT RETURN
Meets His Lawyers Near State
Line?Shocked By Elec?
tricity. ,
(Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
NORFOLK, VA., July (J.-Tho Virginia
Club and tho Business Men's Association
wero fined $20 each In. the Police Court
this morning by Justice Simmons on the
charge of the license Inspector, E. .1.
Dornn, that they hail not compiled with a
recent ordinance of tho city requiring
clubs whore liquor Is sold to" pay WOO
to tho city. Tho fine was agreed to by
the counsel for the defense and the court,
because thero Is a similar caso ponding
before the Court of Appeals for thc pur?
pose of procuring a rcvorsul of the decl
' slon of Circuit Judge Blackstone, of
Hampton, In (ho ense which cam?; befoto
him from Phoebus. Tho decision of thc
8upreme Court In that caso will deter?
mine the case here.
Judgo Blackstone decided tlutt the State
tax of $2 a member to the limit of J350,
Is nil thnt a club Is required to pay, nnd
that tho city cannot Impose an additional
tax, because tho State license forbids
r.ny other tax by thc city. Both of thc
organizations hero pay the limit, and
they contend that the ordinance of thc
city, passed as a prohibitory law against
social clubs, is unconstitutional.
The Virginia Club Is tho fashionable
club bore, and It has recently finished
a hand-Mime seven-story home. The beau?
tiful rooms of n new seven-story office
building of, tho Business Men's Associa?
tion were opened to-night with a banquet.
They nro both In Plume Street, a block
? apart,
BERNARD IN NORFOLK.
Claude M. Bernard, former United
States District Attorney for, the Eastern
District of North Carolina, against whom
there Is pending nt Raleigh a suit of
120,000 damages for alleged betrayal, was
In Norfolk to-day.
He* was at thc United States court as
counsel In the case of Mitchell vs. the
Norfolk Railway nnd Light Company.
Young Dockery. who was shot by the
father of another girl mentioned In the
scandal, Is Implicated In a similar suit.
Bernard will not go back to Raleigh
unless so advised by his lawyers', whom
he will meet this evening hear the T^orUi
Carolina line. When he left he would not
give his destination.
SHOCKED BY CURRENT.
F. Cooke, the electrician In charge of
tho circle swing at Pine Beach, was
shocked by the electric currpnt as he at- i
tempted to start the machine last nig-.*,
after the severe storm. There were
puddles of wnter on tho ground, and
when he took hold of the apparatus while
standing In one of the pools the current
was" coiint-cled"nrid,'he received a shock
from which ho was unconscious for an
hour. '
FUNERAL OF MAJOR HUMPHREYS.
The funeral of Major D. Humphreys
occurred this afternoon from his late
residence. No. 42S Pembroke Avenue,
Ghent, conducted by his pastor. Rev. R.
A. Robinson, of Collcy j Memorial Pres?
byterian Church, assisted by Rev. Dr.
J. T>J. H. Summorell, of the Ghent Pres?
byterian Church, and Rev. Dr. Beverly
D. Tucker, of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
The body was forwarded to-night by the
Washington steamer to Charlestown, W.
Va., his former home, for burial. It was
not practicable to defer the funeral till
the orrlvol of his son. Arthur C. Hum?
phreys, who is now In London, England,
en route home.
The following were the pall-bearers:
Nathaniel Bcaman, Hugh M. Kerr,
Thomas W. Shclton. Louis Foucrsteln.
Luther Sheldon. Robert Talt. W. F.
Spottswood and Dr. Klrkland Ruffln.
New Tobacco Warehouse.
. (Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
PAMPLINS CITY. VA.. Jujy 6.?A lot
hns been purchased and an old building
on It torn down for the erection of n
tobneco warehouse soon to be put In oper?
ation here.
The officers aro: R. D. Baldwin, presi?
dent: Dr. C. S. Morton, vice-president;
II. L. Thornton, secretary, and J. F.
Connally, treasurer, which' seems to In?
sure Its success.
Confederate Camp Officers.
(Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.)
FREDERICKSBURG, VA., July 6.
Wllllnm S. Grymes Camp of Confederate
Veterans, of Orange county, has elected
the following officers for the ensuing
year: Judgo James W. Morton, com?
mander; William H. Rlcketts, ndjutant;
J. H. Ellis, first lieutenant; R. N. Hern
don, second lieutenant; P. p. Barbour
third lieutenant; Rev. J. s. Hansbrough!
chaplain.
c. &T6T
$1.00 SUNDAY OUTINGS $1.00
-TQ
NEWPORT NEWS,
BUCKROE,
OLD POINT,
OCEAN VIEW,
PINE BEACH,
PORTSMOUTH and
M O R F O L K
TRAINS 2 TRAINS
Through to the Seaside
EVERY SUNDAY
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
$1.00 round trip, every Sunday. Special
fast trains, with PARLOR CARS, leave
Rlohmond 8:30 and 9 A. M. every Sundny
for Old Point, Buckroo, Ocean View, Pine
Beach and Norfolk. Ton hours at tho
?seaside. Throe* hours longer at Ocean
Vlow than any other rot-to. Returning,
loavo Norfolk, via Ocean Vlow Railway
or Atlantic Terminal Lino overy hour
until 7 P. M.i loavo Ocean Vlow and
Pino Beach 7:30 p. M.; loavo Old Point
4:55 P. M. and 8:15 P. M.
Newport News passongoi-B, returning,
must tnko train leaving Newport News
? 6:25 P. M? or take trnhi leaving Old Point
8:15 P. M.. This train does not stop at
M?Wf?rt Newt.
VIRGINIA TRUST
COMPANY
No. 1200 East Main Street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
This Company will receive subscriptions to the ?
FIRST PREFERRED 5 Per Cent. Stock
(Non Taxable) of the
JEFFERSON REALTY CORPORATION
. We commend this stock to INVESTORS as a safe
and desirable investment. -
Will be pleased to furnish copy of prospectus and
explain its features. ,'
This Stock is an absolute FIRST LIEN on the
property of the Corporation, and no bonds can be
issued while any of this Stock is outstanding.
VIRGINIA TRUST COMPANY
Brief Hems From Everywhere.
Hurried Fairbanks Up.
COLUMBUS. O., July 6.?"If you want
to be shaved, you postpone your con?
ference. This Is my busy day, and 1
can't wait."
The speaker was John Flckerscn, vil?
lage barber at Marysvlllc, 0.. and he
was addressing Vice-President Fairbanks,
who wa3 visiting at his boyhood home
Friday, and had sent for tho barber to
come to his house to shave him. When
Flckersen arrived thc Vicc-Prcsldept had
entered Into a political conference, and
wanted the barber to wait. The Vice
President bustled Into the chair and the
conferees waited.
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La'wson Off.
BOSTON. MASS., July 6.?Thomas \V.
Lawson left Boston at half-past 11 o'clock
yesterday morning for the West, to de?
liver his first public series of speeches
along the line of his writings against the
"system." His first long stop will be at
Kansas City, where he arrives Friday at
11 o'clock In the morning.
About three hundred persons cheered
Mr. Lawson's departure from the North
station. He Is traveling In the private
car Hazelmore, attached to the Chicago
limited on the Boston and Maine Rail?
road, and will go via Montreal. Tho car
was recently used by Paderewskl on his
American tour,
? ? ?
Chairman Shonts Fined.
STAMFORD, CONN.. July O.-Bccaufic
his chauffeur drove his car at a. speed of
twenty-two seconds for an eighth of a
mile, T. P. Shonts, chairman of the Pan?
ama Canal Commission, had to pay $20 In
the City Council yesterday. The chauf?
feur Is Percy N. Smoot, of Greenwich,
where tho Shonts family Is spending the
summer.
? ? ?
Population of Chicago.
CHICAGO. July 6.?Chicago now has a
population of 2,272,706, according to the
computation of the publishers of the
Chicago directory for 1905. This Is an
Increase of 31.760 In the "last year. The
total number of names compiled is 658,670.
The publishers have confidence In the
figures, which they claim arc correct.
? ? ? ? . C'-,
Oldfield Sued for Divorce.
CLEVELAND. O., July 0.?Suits for
divorce wore entered , this week by tho
wife of Barney Oldfield, automoblllst. In
both. Cleveland and Columbus. Both suits
have been withdrawn as thc result of
a compromise between Mr. and Mrs. Old
field. It Is said thnt Mr. Oldfield agreed
to give his Wife 13,000 alimony upon tho
understanding that they were- to separate.
Mrs. Oldfield charged that her hus?
band had an Income of $10,000 a year,1
but that she was obliged to sell furnU
ture for food and clothing. Mrs. Oldfield
also charged that there was another
woman In the case.
To Wed Handsomest Guardsman
NEW YORK, July 6.-Charlcs H. Pflzer,
Jr., of Brooklyn and Bernardsvlllo, an?
nounced yesterday the engagement of his
daughter, Miss Lulu Pflzer, and Cnptaln
Arthur Holland, of London. Captain
Holland Is known as "the handsomest
Guardsman In England," and at one
tlmo was aide-de-camp to tho Duke of
Connaught, King Edward's brother.
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Bullet in Heart; Lives.
NEW YORK, July 6.-Surgcons In St.
Vincent's Hospital. West New Brighton,
S. I., are puzzled over tho case of Harvey
Mowak, of No. 178 ChrystlC; Street, Man?
hattan, who, during on altercation on
the ferry boat Castloton on the Fourth
of July, was shot by Max Taecher. Tho
bullet entered tho left broast, and was
at first thought to be harmless, but a
further examination yesterday revealed
that It had lodged In the man's heart.
Thnt he still lives is a sourco of sur?
prise to the doctors. Taecher Is - locked
up ,ln tho county jail In default of $600
ball for examination to-morrow.
? ? ?
Survives 6,6oo Volts.
HAMMOND, IND., July 6,?With a cur
rent of 6.G00 volts, strong enough to elec?
trocute an elephant, sent through his
body, R<ty Abbott, an electrician, still
lives, and will recover.
Married on a Dare.
FREEHOLD, N. J., July 6.?Charles K.
Jamison, of Mount Mills, aged sixty, and
Laura, Clayton, seventeen years old,
daughter of Taylor Clayton, of Union
Hill, attended the celebration of the
Fourth of July thero, and friends 'tlarod
them to marry. The Rev. James Hewitt
wns summoned hastily, so us to perform
thc ceremony on the holiday. The bride?
groom was a widower and has married
children. He had been courting a widow,
and the gossips said he would marry her
in the fall.
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Baby Blown Into Lake.
NE-WBURG, N. Y., July 6?Tho Infant
grandson of Adolph G. Hupfel, the New
York brewer, was blown by the wind into
Mr. Hupfel's private lake yesterday and
drowned. The nurse left the child,
strapped In his carriage, by the side of
the lake. When sho returned both child
and carriage wero at tho bottom.
Unaided, Rescued Thirty-Six.
NEW ORLEANS. LA., July 6.-Martin
Green, keeper of the lighthouse off Heau
volr, near Pass Christian, Miss., single
hnnded. In a tiny catboat. rescued thlrry
boys ten and fifteen years old. four
51P.3 Hld Jtwo sailors^ from the. capsized
schooner 'on which the party from tho
Y. M. C. A. summer camp had embarked
to attend the Blloxl regatta Tuesday
morning."
Old sailors declared tho rescue tho
most remarkable exhibition of cool, and
skilful seamanship ever given along the
coast.
Heroe's Hard Luck.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., July 6,-The
heroic attempt of ' Elmer . Relnert, a
brakesman on the Philadelphia and Read?
ing Railroad, resulted In a remarkable
case of hard luck. He lost a foot try?
ing to save S. A. Mortimer, of this city,
from suicide, while Mortimer's only loss
consisted of having his wooden leg
crushed to splinters.
"* ; ' ? ? . ?
Robbed Till to Answer Prayers.
PITTSBURG, July 6.-Hearing the con?
gregation praying for money, Peter
Tobln. 10 years old, robbed a. till of $10
and turned It over to the Arthur Street
Mission.
Peter said thnt while his father ex?
plained that It wns not the way the Lord
answered prayers for money, he thought
as"" the church needed It so bad thero
would bo no harm In taking- It when the
man was not-looking.
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Fell From Balloon.
' ST. LOUIS, July 6?Thousands of per?
sons witnessed a .thrilling baloon ac?
cident nt Allen's Lake, three miles out
of East St'. Louis, Tuesday evening, when
Roy Stoker, balloonlst's helper, was
dragged upwards fifty feet and fell to
tho earth on his head, sustaining In?
juries which nre expected to prove
fntnl. As tho balloon was being pre?
pared for the nscenslon, smoko poured
from tho top and a cry of flro caused
everyone to let loose, of the guy ropes.
Stoker's foot was cnught In a ropo.
Mob Tore Men to Pieces.
CITY OF MEXICO, July 6.-A terrible
tragedy of tho bull ring Is reported from
Durnngo. A drunken spectator, who wns
responslblo for a bull goring Sllverlo
Chlco, a fnmous matador, was literally
torn to pieces by a mob. v
The sixth nnd last bull of the exhibi?
tion proved to bo particularly lnrgo nnd*
fierce. Just ns tho matador lunged for?
ward with his sword a drunken specta?
tor hurled a piece of Iron pipe.
The pipe struck tho matador on the
head, and ho fell Insensible In front of
tho bull. The enrnged nnlmnl succeeded
In goring him six times before ho fell
over dead.
' As soon ns the people realized what had
happened there was a rush for tho
drunken offendor. Ho wns thrown Into
the ring and there torn Into ploccs.
SOUTH SPENDING VAST SUMS
FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS
(Special to Tho TImes-Dlspatch.)
BALTIMORE, MD., July 6.-6outhern
progress says the Manufacturers' Record
this week, Is exemplified In the bond
Issues made by various towns,'' cities,
counties nnd States for public Improve?
ments. Reports received since January
last show that the Issue of a total of mow
than $45,000,000 has been decided upon
within the last six months In tho South,
Missouri, Indian Territory and Oklahoma.
Tho exact figures are $?;283l290, and of
this amount not more than $13,000,000 aro
for refunding loans or for funding float?
ing debt, leaving- a total of about $3a,&uo.U00
for electric light plants, water works
systems, city halls, courthouses, schools,
paving streets, building sewers and levees,
etc. Of tho refunding bonds more than
$10,000,000 nro In the State of Alabama
alone, 80 U I*- apparent that th/5 amount
devoted to new work Is well distributed
throughout tho section covered'.
Tho amount of bonds issued this year 1b
nearly $20,000,000 greater than during tho
first half of 1901, the figures for that
porlod having been $26,710,101. For tho first
quarter of 1801, there was Issued a total
of $10,000,000 of bonds, whllo for the same
period In 1903, tho Issuo was, In round
numbers, $18,000,000, the actual figures be?
ing less than $2*1,000 below that amount.
For tho second quarter of 190J, the Issuo
was $15,710,101. and for tho same period
of 3905 it was $27,313,800.
Present Indications aro that tho spirit
of Improvement and progress whloh'hau
prompted tho bond Issues \vlll' continue,
and that a large addition to'tho present
total will bo made before Uiu mid of llio
year, perhaps equaling tho record of the
first half, although generally thoro nro
fewer bulldlngr contracts of nil classes
undertaken with the approach of winter."
Ill GREAT STORM
Forty Spend the Night in tin
Kceley Insti?
tute.
OTHERS SHELTER IN A STABLE
Teachers Want An Award of Cer?
tificates From the School
of Methods.
(Special to The Times-Dispatch.)
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, VA..
July 6.?The auditorium ?t the University
wns filled thc morning of tho Fourth
with a great concourse of people to'henr
Superintendent Kennedy, of Batnvla, N.
Y., explain tho ','Batavla System," now In
use in several public schools In the North
and East, Professor Kennedy said ho
could not proceed with his lecture until
he hnd called the teachers' attention to
tho following facts?It wns a hot day In
old Virginia; It was tho Fourth of July;
that In sight of the University Is Montl
cello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, the
author of that great document; In sight
also aro tho homes of Lewis and Clark.
"This Is sacred ground on which we
stand; one can look from the windows
of this great-University, to the cast, to
the west, to the north, to tho south, and
drink In Inspiration, nmbltlon and en?
thusiasm."
THE SCHOOL OF ATHENS.
There Is a wonderfully beautiful pic?
ture In the auditorium entitled "School
of Athens," by Raphael, 1540. This pic?
ture was copied by George W. Bruk
in 1900. from the original, ? now in the
Vatican at Rome, and wns a gift of an
nlumnus to tho University. Dr. Kennedy
told of his visit to Rome, while the artist
was copying-this picture, and tho diffi?
culties under which the artist labored
In perfecting his work. Mr.* Bruk was
allowed only ? twenty inches of Bpaee,
and had to roll and unroll his canvas as
thc work progressed. This picture covers
thc whole of one side of the vnst audi?
torium.
The Batavia System is very simple.
Two teachers to a class; ono tencher pro?
ceeds with the regular work, while the
other teacher works with the slow pupils
and brings them up to the front rnnks.
Simple, "Individual teaching." Professor
Kennedy thinks this system should ex?
tend through the high, school, the college
and even into the university. "It has
been a Godsend to our pupils nnd teach-'
ers the past seven years. The children
are no longer worn out and disgusted
with-school life before they get through
tho grammar grades, and our teachers
are no longer old and haggard beforo
they ought to be,""
Dr. Kennedy-has with him several as?
sistants, who wTIl demonstrate tne work
in Mrs. Moffett'B training class during
tho next four weeks" This trainlhg'class
numbers nearly four hundred.
ELECTRICAL STORM.
The campus was a'scene of wild con?
fusion during tl*e electrical storm in the
afternoon. For two horlr's nnd forty-six
minutes the rain.fell In torrents and the
thunder, and lightning were terrific. . It
?was almost' In-possible for the teachers
to wade through the water to the cars
after .the storm ceased.t Then the wire*
.were all -broken; no, .cars running, and
th!ngs"looked serious.,.
Largo parties had started for Monti
cello. Some succeeded in reaching tho
stables and found shelter there; others
were drenched. When the storm ended
and the party started homeward. It was
found that the rivers were so high,
bridges washed away and no chance of
getting to Charlottesville. Forty spent
the night at the Koeley Sanitarium. ~ev
eral sat up all night before a fire at the
keeper's home. The, teachers will never
forget the grand, wild-^spectacle of tho
waters gushing madly down the moun?
tains. *
A series- of entertainments hns been
arranged. Polk Miller and his quar?
tette will appear twice. Next Monday
evening Mr. Southwlck will give "Rich?
elieu." Mr. Southwlck always has a
pleased audience. Mrs. Southwlck win
give an evening of miscellaneous read?
ings on Thursday..
8AVONORALA.
Dr. James D. Paxton will deliver his
celebrated lecture on Savonorala Sat?
urday evening, July 8th.
Next week Dr. Currell will give three
lectures with stercoptlcon views, "Tho
Inferno," "Purgatory" and "Paradise."
Miss Phice, supervisor of music of the
New York- schools, Will give a musical
concert July 21st. M|ss Place will bo as?
sisted by.prominent taletjt from Lynch?
burg and Richmond. Largo classes have
beon organized In vertical penmanship.
One of thc finest displays of school
w-ork, manual training,, drawing, etc.,
comes from tho rural school of Pittsyl?
vania county, Superintendent F. B. Wat?
son; teacher, Miss Julia B. Swanson.
On Saturday, July 16th, there will be an
excursion to Luray, provided 150 teachers
signify their Intention of going,
The Teachers' Co-operative Association
and tho Teachers' League convened in
joint session Wednesday ovenlng. Ad
drosses were made by President E. A. Al
dormanand Dr. Currell.
Some of tho Richmond peopld at tho
University aro Mr. and Mrs. AV. S. Gooch,
Stapleton Gooch, Robert K. Gooch, Mr.
Herbert. Carlton, Mr. Julian Blnford, Mr.
Albert Hill, Mr. Lee McBaln, Mrs. Verna
Albert, Miss Bona Phillips, Miss Elslo
Phillips, Miss Annie Farlnholt, Miss Nan?
nie Blackburn, Miss Nannlo Pegram, Miss
Willie Bowles, Miss' Annie White, Mrs.
Walthall, Miss Luxford, Miss Morris,
Misses Nannie and Graco Tlgnor, Miss
Nettle Stlth, Misses Fannlo and Blanche
Drew, Miss Bliss, Misses Vera Harris and
slBter, Professors Stewart und Foushee,
of Richmond College.
Miss Anno Davis, of Dnnvlllo, Is qulto
popular.
Miss Graco McEnnnlly, of Wlntcrpock,
Is doing excellent work In the urt .school.
Professor Frank Darling Is universally
popular nnd his classes aro always filled.
The largost olassos during this week
have been those of Dr. Southwlck, Pro?
fessor Black, Miss Plaeo, Miss McC.
Cowsky, Professor Darling, Mr. Woodloy,
Mr. Balllot nnd Mr. Tompkins.
WANT CERTIFICATES.
The second week of tho School of
Methods closes with a largo percentage of
Virglna touchers present, but the fnut
bus boen discussed over and over ngaln,
"Why Is It thnt more teachers do not
came to this school?" It Is tho oxprossod
opinion of hundreds of touchers now pres
ont, that if city touchers were awarded
certificates for tho work done ut this
""school, inuni'. would come, who now go
elsowhoro, Tho work hero counts for no?
thing, so far as advancement In tho pro?
fession Is concerned. Teachers can work
here or not, us they please. If tho faculty
would swurd a ccrtlflcato to teachers for
six weeks' work, In uny special course
nprLAllow this work to go on to a grtulu*
ntlon dlplonin,- four times as many
touchers would bo present next term,
This is the greatest summer school In
the Soiitlf; It hns; as Its facility' tho best
teacher?.**. In tho country nnd the attend?
ance Is larger this ychr thrin over iicforo.
?Now, let the faculty nnd trustees consider
tho ndvlMiiblllty nt nwnrdlng dlplomns and
mnko ait, announcement;to that'effect nt
tho close of this term; tho result will
be marvelous.
THIRD TRIAL.
Jim Oliver Gets Eight Years Off
Former Sentence.
(Bpoclnl to Tho TImes-Dlspatch.)
.GLOUCESTER C., II., VA., July 0.
The third trial'of'Jltri Ollvor for tho
murder of Jeff Wright ended nt Glouces?
ter Courthouse to-dny before Judgo Gar?
net with J. N. Stuhbs for tho defense,
and Commonwealth's Attorney M. A. Hns
tow for tho prosecution. The vordlct of
tho two presiding Juries wns murder In
thc second degree. Tho penalty, elghtocn
yearn In the penitentiary.
Tho jury to-day gave Oliver ten years
In the penltcntlnry. *
Forestry Work.
(Spoclnl to The Tlmes-DI?(patch.)
CRAB ORCHARD, VA., July fi.-Tlio
United SUUe-i Forestry Division hns sent
several prominent exports bore to Inves?
tigate the forest on tho Interstate In?
vestment Company's lands. They nro to
lie here several days.
Tho now term of contracts on tho Star
mall routes hero commenced Saturday,
July 1st. They are changed rls follows:
Star route, No. 16,169.' starts from Appa
lachla to Crab Orchard; Is six times
service each week. Star route, No. 15,
160. starts from Slemp to Crab Orchard;
Is six times each week service.
SUMMER RESORTS.
Best Soashor6 Resort for Rest and Re?
creation Is AVnchnpreagiie, Va. It has no
equal ,ln variety. Hotel AVachaproaguo,
with Its shady lawn, water front, Fishing,
Shooting, etc. "Islaud .Hoii30," with Its
Ocean Front, Excellent Surf Bathing,
Shower Baths, etc, AArrite for booklet to
I. F. BURTON.
P. 8.?Natural advantages almost iden?
tical to those formerly at Cobb's Island.
Free excursions dally between the two.
Personal " engagements may bo made
with qur agent, MR. J. II. JOHNSON,
Auditor's Office, Richmond, Va. 'Phono
'No. 3*168. Office hours, 3 P. M. to 5 P. M.
SYCAMORE LODGE.
Virginia.
Five minutes walk to the TROIS FON?
TAINE LITHIA SPRINGS, near South
Hill, and LaCross. Va., 80 miles south of
Richmond und 116 miles west of Norfolk,
Va. Will be oponed for 'Boarders begin?
ning June 20, 1005, for the season.
BUILDING Is equipped with fnodern
convenlonce. BATH and TOILET, 10 acres
shaded lawns, plenty of ICE, FRUITS and
VEGETABLES. Board and lodgings, $5
to $10 per week. $20 to $30 per month.
Teams at local livery. For pamphlet ad?
dress,
J. H. OGBURN. Proprietor.
South Hill, Va.
SWEET CHALYBEATE
SPRINGS, VA.,
Up in the Alleghany Mountains
2,300 feet abovo sea level, elegant swim?
ming pools, cool nights and beautiful
mountain scenery.
Water supply, Iron and carbonated,
of superior medicinal quality, pro?
nounced to be the finest water of Its
kind In America.
Tennis Courts and Bowling Alleys on the
place. Oolt Links closely adjacent. Hotel
furnishes Its. own livery. Wrlto for
booklet.
B. F. EAKLE, Manager,
Sweet Chalybeate, Va.
GRAYSON SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CARROLL COUNTY. GRAYSON, VA.,
Situated on New River and the N. & W. R. R.
U now open for guests. Tho onilra plnco has
been thoroughly renovated and under now man?
agement; cllmatn and scenery Is unsurpassed;
culslno Is second to none. Blue cat and bass
Hshlng at our door. Howling, Boating, nanolng,
&c. Thero Is no better wnter In the world
than that of the Grayson Sulphur. It cures
Nervous Prostration, Dyspepsia, Rheumatic
and 8kln Troubles, Kidney and niaddcr Dis?
orders, Female Weakness. The train stops in
our yard. Sanitary conditions first class. Every
attontlon will bo shown guosts to make them
happy and comfortable.
W. U. ROLLING, Manager.
Blue Ridge Springs
Botetourt Co., Va.
Au attructlvo, beautiful and com?
fortable summer report.
For terms, wrlto to
Willi. ,Ji\ BROWN.
The Greenwood House,
Richmond's nearest, nnd most con?
venient mountain resort. Terms rea?
sonable. Address
HOWARD WILLIAMS;
Greenwood, Albemarle Co., Va.
GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS, WEST VIRGINIA,
(The "OLD WHI.TH'1 SULPHUR) open June si
Kiuiious for It* sulphur baths,
Modern Improvements with urlvato bath.
Orchestra.
Terms: $16 to $25 week; $60 to {90 month.
Write for booklet. Address
OICO. A. MILLS, JR., Mgr.
Greenbrier. White Sulphur Springs, West
Virginia..
THE F/AMOUS STOCKTON HOTEL,
Cape May, N, J. (00 inlnutos from Phlludol
phla by a mil" a uilnuiu llyuru). Center of
Social Life and Gaiety. Now Cafe, Palm linom
und Amusement Hall. Victor Johnson's full
Orchestra.
CONGRESS HALL,
On commanding -bluff facing the sea. Quiet,
Utilised, i-ik-guui, Homelike. Oi-c-luwtia. Guests
liuvi* Privilege of all Stockton Hops and Amuse.
mt>nt? free. Kates both Rouses flA to J;w per
week; ti'.W to $11.00 per day. Special rules on
application;
II. M. CAKW,
MILLER COTTAQE,
? to 15 N. aeorglu Ave., Atlantic Clty,*-N. J.
Cupuclty 260. Noted for Us excellent table,
Kloetrle lighted throughout. Rates Jl.'JS dally,
und J7.w weekly. i
I (^ie.BEAUTIFUlJ'1>SAPPHmEfGOUNTRK,
A Resort of Unlimited Attractions.
-<-?_j.?
In tho mountains of Western North Carolina, with scenic grandeur
unsurpassed. Moro thnn a hundred bountiful water, fnlla, three mag?
nificent lnkiw, eighty miles of trout utrcama, well graded mountnln
roads, bridle paths, etc. Climate unoquak-d. Six thoroughly modern
hotels, olovntlon 2,350 to 5.000 feot, under mnnngement of Mr. J. C. Bur
rowos, formerly Supt. Dlnlne Cars, Southern Bnllway. Highest stnnd
nrd of service. Fishing, boating, bathing, golf, bowling, tennis, music,
dancing, riding, driving, mountain climbing, etc. Nature kindergarten
In churge of competent Instructor. For rates and full Information,
address / '
J. C. BURROWES, Gen. Mgr., Lake Toxaway, N. C
Golf at Tate Spring
One of the many special attractions at Tate Serine Is the excellent golf
course and golf enthusiasts from North and South meet here each summer.
Other advantages Include the best resort hotel la the south; finest
cuisine; careful and courteous service; beautiful walks and drives; fine
fishing, etc. Send foi Illustrated booklet, rates, etc.
fate Spring Epsom Water
which Is a specific for Indigestion, dyspepsia and air other disorders of '
the liver, stomach, kidneys, blood*and bowels, Is free to ah guests of the
hotel., It Is also bottled at the spring aud shipped all over America.
Prices quoted upon request. *
THOS. TOMLINSON, Tate Spring, Tenn*
Owner af Tate Spring: and Tate Spring1 Hotel.
A. A. SCOTT, Druggist, Agent for Watsr, Richmond, Va.
Pine Beach Hotel
SITUATED ON HAMPTON ROADS. .
NOW OPEN ?ofVuheest,Recepti0,,
New in all its Appointments and Equipments.
For terms, etc., address
WM. C. ROYER, Manager.
Pine Beach Hotel, Norfolk Co., Va.
For Rest, Recreation and Restoration
GO TO HUNTER'S PUlflSlI ALU1 SPRING!
June
to
October
NEW MANAGEMENT
NEW FURNITURE
NEW BATHS
Telephone
and
Livery Service
Unexcelled scenery and natural advantages. Famous nhim water, with
unequalled medicinal properties. Highly endorsed by leading physicians.
Beautiful lawn, with abundant shude. For Information, address
i ?? '? CAPT. T. L. TATE, General Manager, ,.
-''? !.'?.!< i ". i ;;ij;>i! Sassln. Va.
Pulaski, Va., rallroaa p6lnt.
&/>e Mecklenburg
An Ideal Summer Resort Hotel; a Splendid Sanatorium.
Many advantages combine to make the Mecklenburg, at Chase City, Virginia, the most favored health and
pleasure resort in the South. Ninety miles south of Richmond, It Is situated In the most beauUf ul section of
the Old Dominion, with a climate well nigh perfect. The hotel Is new and modern, with laree. airy rooms
and elegant furnishings. Riding, driving, fox-buntlng, golf, tennis and many other amusements ate enjoyed.
MecKlenburg Calcium Chloride and Lithia "Waters
These two famous mineral waters received the medal and highest award at the St. Louis Exposition the
Mecklenburg Llthla Water also being awarded medal and certificate at Chicago World's Fair. The Mecklen?
burg Calcium Chloride Water Is unique in Its constituents and effects-differing from all other European
or American waters?-?and Is guaranteed to cure ecsema or any other skin or blood disease when taken
under direction of resident Mecklenburg physicians. The Mecklenburg Llthla Water has cured Brlnht's
Disease and Is unsurpassed In thc treatment of Nervous Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all Kidney and Liver
ass^a^s^^ the eouDtry- Bta*?,h""
'?'fe^JVe.. THE MECKLENBURG HOTEL CHA^/CW
BOATING, BATHING, FISHING.
UNEXCELLED CUISINE AND COMFORTS.
DANCING-MUSIC DY HOTEL'S OWN MUSICIANS.
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
Now Open on Both American and European Hans.
Correspondence Invited.
OHAS. H. CONSOJjVO, Prop*.,
Ocean View, Va.
OLD SWEET SPRINGS.
Magnificent
Mountain Resort
OPENS JUNE 15th.
2,200 feet elevation. Finn Oolf I.lnka,
Bwltnmlnff Pool, Bowlln-r, Tennis Court,
Excellent' Livery In Connection, Fine
Cuisine, Eleotrlo Lights, und muny liu
proveraents. Under entirely now imumuu
menu Addreaa
J. WATI5HMAN TAYLOH, ManaB?r,
Bweot Springs, W. Va.
THE WILTSHIRE,
VIRGINIA AVENUE AND IIEACII
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. '
Open all your. Unsurpassed location
convenient to plore and all uiuuHOmenu'
llooma en uulto, with but ha; loiik'-dla.
tiiiu-ii 'phono lu rooms. Capacity aao
liooklot. ' '
S. S. PHOEBUS.
Mount Elliott Springs,
Virginia,
In heart ot tho AJHilslienlCH, Superb Scenory,
Dolltfhtful Cllmuto, f, Different Wlncrul Waters,
Hot und Cold liuths, Swimming Fool. Dlreutly
on main liuu C. &.Q. lialui SS up pur uixdi.
JuHN J3. If. HALL,
iot -i'i)V WllliMtl, 'Ynjnlinjtou.i, iiui;a.-0i', ?
Ashland, Va,.
A delightful Bummer home.
Cool Nights, Artesian Water.
Spacious Verandas, First Clasi
Table. ,
Moderate prices.
HENRY CQQK, Manager.
THE LARGEST AND FINEST LOCATED
ROYAL PALACE HOTEL,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Dlroetly oil the bench front, with Mt
lartco, cool romiiM, commanding an ocean
view. Krrsd! unit aou wuior In ull private.
und public but)m. Thu moat i-xtoimlv*
porches of any ro-M>ri hotel, Oirelumru,
Casino, with tempered sua water ewiiii.
tiling pool, bowling und ull otner au?uso?
nienta, connected with hotel.
Special July und ui'iia-.-u rates.
CHARLES li. PRETTYMAN,
Proprietor.
LYMAN J. WATROUS, Mgr,
MARLBOROUGH HOUSE,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.,
Stone, Iron and UUu CoaitruulUm.
A whole bloc* on tho CK:i-?n mid City I'atk.
Clulm* pi?*eniliieuua for lis lo?*lto<i, oo??truu
U-.ll, eouvullltfUUi) ,,H.J QlllM :,t p-tr.,'jj.^u.
Ctti'acity *?. Mualc sill the year. Oolf.
JOfiUU WIDTH ft sSO.Nfl. i'rutfUUm.

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