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NEWS FROM RICHMOND AND OTHER PARTS OF VIRGINI?T
RICHMOND NEWS
AM_GOSSIP
Virginia to Be Represented at
Paris Expositor
UNCLE SAM WILL ASSIST
C'ommlaaioncr or Agricnitnro r?n>
rinding Hin ollic? on Ecuiioihlcnl
DuitH? Board of Public Wnrlis < <iii
flUcr* Aa?c?*nicnl or lSullwnj
I'roprrlles-Tlie Union Pnakenger
lirpnt iticiimoiid _<> I as* Worka.
(Special to VIrglnlan-PlIot.)
Richmond, Va., June 8.?Virginia Is
to "be as fully represented at tho Paris
Exposition as is possible without an
appropriation, such as many of her sis?
ter States have for this purpose. For
some time Commissioner Keiner has
fceen Interesting himself in this mat?
ter, which he thinks is a most import?
ant one to Virginia, and as a result of
his efforts in this direction, he has re?
ceived'a request to furnish the United
Slates Department of Agriculture with
a list of all persons who own valuable
mineral lands in this State. The mean?
ing of this request Is that the finest
specimens of minerals that can be pro?
cured In Virginia will be exhibited at I
the Paris Exposition. The names of
thoso who own valuable mineral prop?
erties In this State, If sent to the Com?
missioner will bo promptly given to the
proper olTicials at Washington. Thos*
writing Mr. K?lner should state the
character of the ore and its quality, the
county in which it is found and the
size of the tract.
In addition to this Mr. Montague.
Commissioner of Labor, will endeavor
to have the State represented at the
exposition. He has recently received
from the political economy section of
the United States Exposition Commis?
sion a request to forward for exhibi?
tion nt Paris an epitome of Virginia la-j
b'or legislation, and a diagram show?
ing the course of wages in the State
for as long a period as possible. It is
also desired models or descriptions of
life-saving devices in mills and mines
be forwarded. Mr. Montague hopes to
hnve n satisfactory exhibit, though
there is no appropriation for the pur?
pose.
RECALLED.
Mr. Keiner will endeavor to carry on 1
the work of his department without
tilling the .position made vacant, by the |
appointment of Mr. Thomas H. Big?
ger to serve the unexplrcd term of the]
late Col. John Hell Rigger. Mr. T. J.
Stratton, who some time ago was
granted a leave of absence, has been
recalled to the ofilco. in conducting
his department the commissioner is us?
ing the most rigid economy, though he
is endeavoring to prosecute the work'
he has In charge to the best advantage
with the limited means he has at hia|
command.
HOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
The Board of Public Work.*, consist?
ing of Governor Tyler, Auditor Marye,
and Treasurer Herman, held a session
of several hours yesterday afternoon
In the Governor's office. The question
nf the assessment of railway property
was under consideration. The various
companies In the State were represent?
ed as follows:
Southern?B. B. Munford and H. W.
Miller.
New York, Philadelphia, and Norfolk |
?R. 1!. Cooke and Thomas II. Wilcox.
Washington Southern?F. L. Smith |
and B. W. Carstnddon.
Louisville and Nashville?C. O. Brad?
ford.
Richmond, Petersburg and Carolina?
W. R, McKenney.
Norfolk and Western?M. C. Jameson
and J. I. Doran.
Atlantic Coast Line?Alexander Ham?
ilton.
Washington, Alexandria and Mt. Ver
non?James R. Calon and James L
Calvin.
Suffolk and Carolinn?G. L. Roston.
The board will continue the hearings!
to-morrow.
REPORT RETURNED.
It Is a significant fact that the re?
port which the Richmond, Petersburg
and Carolina road made to the board of
the amount of freight and passenger
traffic over the twenty miles now com?
pleted south from Petonsnurg, was re?
turned by the board for correction, it
being thought there wnn R ime mistake
tho total receipts were so heavy. The
report Is probably correct. The entire
right of way from Ridgew.ty to Peters?
burg, with the exception of four miles,
has been secured. There are twenty
one big saw-mills In operation along
the constructed lino. The freight busi?
ness is enormous.
THE UNION PASSENGER DEPOT.
The Board of Aldermen to-night
adopted the ordinance allowing the
Richmond. Petersburg and Carolina
railroad tr> enter this city and to unite
with the Chcsnprnke and Ohio In the
construction of a $l..0.0Pn Union passen?
ger depot in this city. The Chesapeake
and Ohio Is also authorized by the
ordinance to construct elevated steel
tracks through the city and into the
depot, nt a cost of nearly $2.000.000.
The work, under the ordinance, is to
be commenced within six months. That
or the Richmond. Petersburg and Cara
.u J.? bG completed within two nnd
?.J ?Far?a,t0 nnd 01110 within four
jears- mo former will have Its ears
tvt'Tt'?f , "m, R,n??way to Richmond
by May 1 at lafept.
RICHMOND OLASS WORKS
be^n^o ,Tf>,1^ay m??<ng smoke will
ftcgin to arise from the chimneys ,,r a
newj?am,fn/,iur,ng rnt?v?l?\n \\}?
v??t ^n^W "^frxed twenty-three
G OT?vl\,. IvVl , ,hr?"K"'K o,it our
u. o. ijylor Whiskies, of bott'n- on'v
pure and thoroughly matured goods has
been oont'mially adhered to
Whfc'hnr times are good or bad wheth?
er it !? Spring, Bummer, Pall or winter
one quality and th?- the best will be
^iV^Vcr^
CHESTER H. GRAVES & SONS
mFZJ^UX ,W?1,e. Broa-. Norfolk, V?.,
?rew?? BDsOl, Portsmouth, Va,
city, and about one hundred men and
boys will be at work.
For several months carpenters and
masons have been at work erecting1 the
plant of the Richmond Glass Works,
at the foot of Seventh street, between
the locomotive works and the Chesa?
peake and Ohio shops, and by Monday
the concern will bo ready to start up
work.
FIFTEEN TONS CAPACITY.
Some months ago Mr. John S. Broad
man, secretary and general manager of
the company, came to Richmond and
made all the necessary arrangements
for the location of the plant here. It Is
a branch of the Alexandria Glass
Works and will have the capacity of
about fifteen tons of glass a day. which
will, of course, Increase as business ^in?
creases, which the managers have every
reason to believe will take place.
All of the most improved machinery
and appliances will be used at the
works. (Jus will be made and con?
sumed at the plant, tue latest Im?
provements In the line of gas manu?
facturing having been erected there.
COLONEL, BIGG ICR'S FUNERAL.
The remains of Colonel Jno. Bell Big?
ger will be taken from the late resi?
dence, No. 701 east l.elgh street, to the
Capitol building to-morrow morning at
10 o'clock, where Ihey will lie In state
In the rotunda until t> p. m., the hour I
of the funeral.'
A detail from the two companies of
the Richmond Ll^ht Infantry lilies will
escort the body from the house to the
Capitol, and will act a? a guard oi
honor during Its lying In state.
Tho list of pall-beurera has not yet
been completed.
Among the numerous telegrams re
celved by the family of Colonel Bigger
this morning was the following from
Lleutenant-Qovernor Edward Echols,
of Stauntont
"1 have heard with sorrow of the
death of your father. Accept for your?
self and express for hig family my
sympathy."
Mr. Morritt T." Cooke, member of the
House of Delegates from Norfolk, has
telegraphed that he will attend the
funeral and act as honor...y pall?
bearer.
Mr. Russell Webb, a nephew of the
late Colonel Bigger, arrived here th:*
morning to attend the funeral services.
The funeral services will be held at
Monumental Church to-morrow after?
noon ai ? o'clock and the Interment will
be made In Hollywood.
THE HEAT TO-DAY.
Slowly the thermometer climbed to?
day, until, at 3 o'clock, it registered OS
degrees. No fatalities are reported to?
day, but there were two prostrations
yesterday, but neither resulted fatally.
At 1 o'clock William Gary, an employe
at the Locomotive Works, succumbed,
but soon revived under the ministra?
tions of Dr. Lemon.
At 5:30 o'clock In the afternoon Wil?
liam Bennett, a city employe, at work
on the gravel bed at Clarke Spring, was
prostrated. He was treated by Dr.
Lemon und taken to his home at
Twentieth and M streets.
Infringera upon the laws found no
pleasant shelter at the station houses
m-dny. As Is the case everywhere else, I
the humidity nt these places is dense.
At the First station, at 2 o'clock, tho
mercury was at P5: at the Second 100,
and at the Third 10?. This proves that
it Is warmer up town than it is down
town, and those who contemplate be?
ing arrested would better have the
thing done in the First district.
k i; v? i-oitT x EwHi
THE IMMUNES ? WILD - EYED
STORY?NEW BANK? NARROW
ESCAPE.
Newport News, Va.. June 8.?Com?
pany K, Fourth Immunes, now at
Camp Monde, near Mlddletown, Pa.,
were mustered out this morning and
started at once for the Peninsula,
Where the boys were recruited. They
will reach Old Point at 8 o'clock to- ,
morrow morning and will come on up
to the city on a special car chartered
for them.
The Williamsburg Gazette, of cur?
rent issue, contains an interesting, but
wild-eyed story about a Newport News
banker who paid a Providence Forge
man $1,000 more than the amount of a
note discounted at his bank. It is
stated that tho banker hired a special
train and?went after his- $1,000, which
he recovered. All efforts to learn the
name of the banker here proved futile.
The now City Bank, of which Mr. It.
P. Orr Is president, will open for busi?
ness June 15 at No. 3010 Washington
avenue. These are only temporary
quarters, however, ami inside of three
months tho officers of the bank expect
to have a much more suitable Place to
carry on their business.
Policeman Roy J. Charles and Dr.
Knight's colored driver had n narrow
escape from painful ami perhaps fatal
Injuries this morning at the corner of
Washington avenue and Twenty-liftl)
street. As It was Officer Charles suf?
fered only a few bruises and the driver
escaped without Injury, although badly
frightened.
Rev. A. It. Woodfln, of Hampton, will
address the Baptist Young People's
Union at the Second Baptist Church
Friday night, taking as his subject,
"Why I Am a Baptist." It is expected
that the nttendar.ee will be large.
Considerable progress is being made
In the work of removing the postofllce
fixtures Into the adjoining building.
The force will be installed In its new
quarters some time to morrow.
Mr. .Limes E. 1 '< rkins was to-day ap?
pointed by Health Officer John R.
Rugby assistant to the Sanitary In
speotor. Mr. Perkins qualified this
morning before Police Justice J. D- G.
Brown and will enter upon his duties
nt once.
June will be n heavy month for grain
shipments and it Is predicted that :h<
total value of all exports for the month
will run ahead of (he season, which i
usually dull In tho export trade Last
month's low valuation was undoubtedly
due to the small grain shipments. Al?
ready this month a large quantity of
grain has been exported and ihero are
still a number of vesp -Is to load wheat,
corn and oats, some belonging to the
regular lines operating out of port and
others being chartered for the voyage.
S/|i?r'rt?re<t nml itnhticd,
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
Raleigh, N. C, June S.?A special to
tho News and Observer from Morehead
City, N. C, sajrs:
Elijah Weeks, a men hant and promi?
nent citizen of Rogue Postoffice, this
county, was murdered and robbed last
night;
" Mr. Weeks was sleeping in his etore.
He was found this morning With a rope
drawn tightly around his neck. It Is
supposed the robbers secured some
money. -Suspicion point to men in the
neighborhood, one of them a negro.
TOWN OF SUFFOLK
Many People in Mills Overcome
by Heat.
Tlir FlnitlK of ilio HIkIi School ? Ken
Registration nt Volern? Honrs Hr
?nrt to Hog Nlcnlluc?Uo'vsatcs to
I-'r ntenml Bodies.
(Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.>
Suffolk, Va., June 8.?With the heal
workers chasing around the century
mark and in some cases beyond then
were pretty wann limes in this old
town to-day. Its considered the hot?
test June weather old residents have
seen. Some of the thermometers on
Washington square were 104 in the
shade, People tried to cool themselves
with Iced drinks.
In some of the mill plants the man?
agers put on extra workmen to relieve
employes wheu they became overheat?
ed. There were no serious prostra?
tions.
COLORED CONEY ISLAND.
Buzzard's Island Is now a full fledged
evening resort for the colored 200. It
was formally opened to-night with
music, refreshments, dancing and a
big crowd of people. Buy.zatd's Island
is located In the Nansemond river a
few hundred yards from the county
bridge. It was readied by a steam
launch. The place has h u.n fitted up
for having a good time, and they got
a fair share of it to-night. A brass
band went over with the crowd.
HIGH SCHOOL FINALS.
Following is the roll of honor of Suf?
folk High School No. 1 for the ninth
and last month session 1S9S-'0'J:
First and second grades, Elmer
Brlnkley, Henley Boykln, Edlar Chap
pell, Jftrrmle Duke. Rec?o Duke, Wrh
liam Kley, Kenneth Howklns, Marwln
Hill, Frank Jones. Jr., Henry Potter,
George Splvey, Tom Tebo, Wllford
Wells. Douglas Wtllock, Inez Haines,
Murilia Brooks, Mary Goodwyn, Lil?
lian Hosier, LeClalre King. Fannie
Rlddlck, Willie Taylor, Julia Wells,
Ruth Whltley, Virginia Wyatt,
Third Grade-Mantle Whcdbee. Har?
vey Kley, Wildey Smith, Stanley
Yea tos.
Fourth Grade?Nannie Harr ell, Ber?
nice Goodrich, Fannie Howell, Mary
Whedbee.
Fifth Grade?John Ililtner, Cleveland
Nelms. Julian Whedbee, Sammle Stal
llngs, Ruby Keller. Gertrude Newsome,
Eva Wiggins, Essie Whedbee.
Sixth Grade?Harry Brooks. Itochelle
Harrell, Claire Newsome, Wallace Nor
fieet, Alfred Riddtck, BurWcll Riddick.
Leslie Smith. James Wiggins, Richard
Woodward, Mary Ames, Caroline Boy?
kln, Nettie Cowling, Ethel Eason, Mary
Potter, Lou Taylor. Lola Turner.
Seventh Grade?David Wood. He
also got the gold medal In this grade.
Eighth Grade?No roll of honor given
this month. Horace Phillips won the
medal in this room.
First High School?Janle Causey,
medalist.
PERFECT ATTENDANCE.
Tlie following wore present every day
during the season nnd they never got
a demerit: Rachelie Harrell, Mary
Potter, David Wood.
HONORABLE MENTION.
These got honorable mention for the
entire term: Harry Eley. Ellen Rid?
dick, Ge?rgle Monell, Arleen Joyner,
Nettie Chandler, Maud Whedbee, Stan?
ley Yates. Wildey Smith, Bennett Duke,
Ernest Saunders, James Woodward,
Nannie Harrell, Eunice Goodrich,
Fanny Howell, Mary Whedbee. Ruby
Keller, Jane Stallones, Rachelie Har?
rell. David Wood, Mary Cowling, Archie
Applewhite, Pretlow Holland, Wesley
Lloyd, Gladys Applewhite.
SI I ORTH A ND DEPARTMENT.
There were live graduates in this de?
partment this year?Wesley Lloyd and
Carpenter, Ivy Nurney, Mary Causey
and Eula Jester.
Wesley Llovd has r.viohwl n gpnorl of
101i words per minute In shorthand.
GOOD WORK.
The Suffolk High School Is one of
the best in the State in a town Of this
size, and its standard is constantly
raising. Prof. W. C. Morton nnd his
accomplished associates are worthy
congratulation.
WHEN IT BEGINS.
Captain E. B. Brltt, registrar, said
to-day he should post notices of new
registration about Juno 1">. As sixty
days' notice has to be given the re
registration will begin August 15. It
will start about the same time in
county i>reclncts.
CARRYING OFF HOGS.
Bears in tho Dismal Swamp, grown
more bold since the opening of spring,
have begun to make incursions among
the farmers on nearby lands. Planters
around Saunders have lately had a
number of hogs taken away.
8UPREME DELEGATES.
Circuit Judge Robert R. Prcntis Ex?
pects to leave to-morrow afternoon for
Detroit. He goes to attend the Su?
preme Lodge, Knights of Honor, to
which he is representative.
Hon. J. E. Book, i- will h ave Saturday
for Indianapolis, where he will visit as
delegate to the Supreme Lodge, Ancient
Order United Workmen. The lodge
comea together next Tuesday.
? EAST SUFFOLK DEAL.
Wil?am II. White, trustee. &c, of
Norfolk, to-day transferred by deed all
the property recently owned by the
East Suffolk Land Company to the
East Suffolk Hea. Estate Company. The
consideration w.ies J?.TL'l.
A HOME M A RBI AGE.
Miss Myra Jackson, a very popular
young lady, last nicht became the
bride of Mr. William II. Whitehurst, of
Norfolk. The ceremony was performed
nt the bride's homo on Sycamore street
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehurst left at 10
SUFFOLK ADVERTISEME'TS
rhe only way MOST~MH^wTT)t~
gave ic.oney !s a l:ttl? at a time sy?.
lematic saving. The experience of prac.
leal men, who know, say that a eood
wav to save money is to invest in Llpje
insurance, It means laylcK aside a
smut' a?n6unl each ye.ir mid receiving
vour nuuify hack w'.th larfte profus at a
time when you need It most. Kor this
iiurtiose tho best pol.ey Is th? Llfa Rale
Kndowmcnt Issued by the Union Central,
ieor full Information call on or write to
WOODWARD & L'LAM. Suffolk. V*
o'clock for their future home In Nor-1
folk.
TOLD IN A BREATH.
Mies Mabel Dlggs, a former student, I
has finished a stay at Suffolk College, |
where she visited friends.
Miss Hattlc C. Brockcnborough, who |
was governess for Mr. and Mrs. R.
Rowland Moore, left this week for her I
home at Emmcrton, Richmond county,
Va.
Mrs. K. ii. Scherman. of PhlladeO-1
phia, visited several of the leading He?
brews here to-day.
Mr. John R. Sedgwlck, of Richmond,
has finished a slay In Suffolk.
Mise Bettie Walker, who had been
tin guest or Mrs. J. E. Phillips, left this
afternoon for her home In King and
Queen county, Va.
General Manager George L. Barton.
>f the Suffolk and Carolina railroad,
left : -day for Richmond, on official |
buslnec
Tlve funeral of Annie K.. young child]
of Mr. and Mrs. E. K Channel!,
.dace this afternoon. It was conducted,
by Rev. J. H. Kahler.
Mr. R. R, Moore lias returned from a]
business trip to N m folk.
Misses, Lola and Il-na Riddlek, who I
attended a female school In Riirk?ville,
Va., have come home to pass 'vacation. |
by buying your Cook Stove direct from
the factory. We manufacture some of the |
best brands of Stoves made, amongst
them the celebrated Fltz Lee Cook-Stoves
(made in six sizes). They aro unequalled
In baking qualities, durability, appear?
ance and extra large ovens. All Stoves
guaranteed.
Write for catalogue and prices.
SOUTHERN STOVE-WORXS,
815 to 827 North Seventeenth St.,
RICHMOND, VA.
myl7-\re,fr.su-ly
NEWEST
FINEST
BEST.
STEHUI LB?HDRY
Being excellently well equipped with
modern and highly Improved machinery,
superior workmen, and using only the best
and purest Washing Materials, we -can
safely guarantee First-Class and Up-to
Dato i
LAUNDRY WORK.
181 I
OFFICE 105 GRANBY ST.
New Phone 874.
?MMBMBHBbsssMBM Uli
THE
Wenwrrpsoiaitij
store:.
HAVE INAUGURATED
"Daily Soscial Sales."
One or more "specials" will
be offered every day?so no
matter when you call you will
be sure to find some goods of?
fered for that day only at extra
special prices.
You may find just what you
want to-day,
BENJ, LOWENBERG.
34 Granby Street.
Old Phone 888.
Come and See
our cosy Ice Cream Par?
lors and eat our delicious
Philadelphia Ice Cream.
All flavors.
The Mettowee.
^obbTbros7& co.,
BROKERS.
1S9 MAIN ST.. opposite Atlantic Hotel.
Kxecutt orders In cotton, grnln, either
on margin or buy and sell outrlcht.
Private wire to New T?rk. Chicago and
New Orleans. Concjjcudence solicited.
my27-?od-U
INI. l^. JOYNES Sc CO.
Take pleasure. In announcing to the public that they have leased tho v
I Bar, Restaurant, Pool Rooms, Baths and Fishing Privileges 1
? AT OCEAN VIEW j
? for the present season, and that they propose conducting Wie same on a 1
t> HIGH PbANE. We prondse the UK ST BERVICB in each of the above /,
V d<-t).ntment.s, and hope to receive the support and encouragement of the ]
>> public Our motto will oe to please. Each of tho above departments will <
f be pi esldad over bv competent people, and not only will the best service
\> be elven our patrons but the best of order ?will bo preserved as well. <
1 rtospecctfully,
l ,r,,C-su.fr.wc-3m B. JOYNES & CO.
COAL,
WHOl.LSAU: & Ri-TAIL,
?FOR?
STEAM AND DOMESTIC USES.
Bituminous, Toms Crock, Vir?
ginia, Anthracite, Penn?
sylvania.
The coal vre handle Is strictly uniform
and of lirst-clttsa quality.
Trigg & Wilmer
CITIZENS' HANK BUILDING AND 7-K
NlVISION STREET.
BOTH PHONE?. _
UND PLASTER!
We have Just received a fresh1 cargo of
the celebrated IlKD HEAcH LAND
PLASTER, rtcogniz. il as the beat In the
world. No bctUr fertilizer known for
use of
PEANUT GROWERS.
Only a limited amount of the plaster
can be secured. Place your ordtrs early
before the stock Is exhausted.
Pocahontas Steam Coal
A SPECIALTY.
Dry Pine and Oak Wood
OP THE BEST QUALITY.
ALL SIZES
ANTHRACITE COAL.
PROMPT DELIVERY, FULL WEIGHT
AND MEASURE.
No. 1G6 MAIN STRUET.
Norfolk. Va.
We beg to call the attention of the
public tiiat we are Miners' Agents for
I the Celebrated
Pocahontas
Steam Coal.
?eo.WJaylnr&Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia
ANTHRACITE
and BITUMINOUS
61 GRANBY STREET.
YARDS-Central Wharf.
SHIPPING PIERS-N. & W. R'y Co.
Norfolk and I^imbert's Point.
'Phones. 24 and 137.
HARD WOOD!
IN CAR LOAD LOTS
Jv?sst Received,
The best for Wood Heaters, seasoned
or green. Deliver any quantity.
CHAS. E. SCOTT & CO.
b
200 LOVITT AVENUE.
Old Phone 231. New Phone 113?
SLAB WOOD T
?GUARANTEED DRY AT.?
C. E3. WHITE'S
147 KELLY AVENUE,
Special Price for Large Quantities,
Both phones. mv28-eodYnn
REFRIGERATORS!
I have the CHALLENGE REFRIGER?
ATORS and It lias the right name, as It
will challenge any Rood hardwood refrig?
erator on the market. If in need, e.ill and
examine stock and get prices, All sea?
sonable goods at low prices.
P. J. MALBON,
Both Phones No. 401.
D. P. REID & BRO ,
?Shippers of?
HAY AND GRAIN.
Oet our prices before you .buy.
?#&-oe&-t&4 m an4 U7 Church St.
GOING
tj-u u a yy away
For Ihe Summer? ,
If so, go to the popular
ALUM SPRINGS
3 Big Hotels, Besides Cottages.
Fifty axrrfs shaded lawn, a, paradise for
oliildren and lovers of out-door sport*
The greatest dyspeptic water known. A
positive euro Tor stomach troulrfi's. For
beautiful Illustrated catalogue wrlto to
J. E. TAPPEN, Manager.
JeP-eodlm&ltawlm t
RockiDghrim (Ik) Springs.
Health, Rest, Joy, Peace and Plenty
abounds. f-~> to $35. Booklets, O. X.
Hopkins tc SON. McOahcyavillo, Va,
Ji-7-eod-lin?
A-lt a VI sta." ? W a NT131 >, S?M M er
headers; lioalthy location; *?? -eXont
inineraJ waters. For circulars and Infor
nvaUon address Mrs. W. c. carpe-ntbr,
K..1 111!!. Albuin? rle County. Va. JeS-lw*
Wanted. ? 'strMMF.it boardBiisi
no young children: suburban home;
four acres, shady lawn, modern tnvprove
ments and lliat-class table. Address Mrs.
t. j. W., Ill High stroot, Cliarloitem-4tl&
Va._ J?7-lw?
VARIETY SPRING3.1
Augusta County, Va. Op.'n June Cth to
October 1st, 1899. These Spr ngs situated
on the c. Sz o. B. 11. In mirth mountain
ranne of ttio Alleghanlos. ofTer many m
vantaK''s. Six varieties of water; hot atvl
cold healing baths; improvemonUi n*t?;
nicely furnished; service good; rales rea?
sonable. Write for booklet and term].
Special rates for June and September. Ad.
dress II. t>. IS ICH ELBERUER, . Varlotj i
Springs. Va. Jrt-?m
G at! i n g Cottage,
VIRGINIA BEACH.
Newly furnished; can accommodate a
few soliet boarders. First-class rooms;
table supplied with the tv-st tho market
uffords. X-'or terms address,
OATLING COTTAGE.
my27-2w_Virginia Beach.
THE WILTS HIRE.
Virginia avenue, on beach, Atlantic
City, N. J. Knlargcd and refurnished.
Special Juno rates.
S. S. PHOEBUS,
Ownf r and Proprietor.
Formerly of Ilygeia Hotel, Old Point
Comfort, Va. JeS-lm
Montgomery w*lsIfBffi"l,B
Montaomerij Conntii, Va.
THIS FAMOUS KUMMER RESORT
OPENS JUNE 1, l.sna.
Sulphur and Chalybeate Water, For
i booklet, terms, etc.. Apply to
W. s. a y It ES, Manager.
Montgomery Springs P. O., \'a.
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SWEET CHALYBBATR SPRINGS,
ALLEGHANY COUNTY. VA
This entire property hus been purchased
by Mr. CARTE? BRAXTON HUNTER,
of West Virginia, who proposes making
many improvements and ref urnlshblng
the hotfl-nnd cottages throu;;hoin. Tho
management of the noiei will bo contin?
ued under Mr. B. P. EAKLE who has
for tho past thro* years operated it so
successfully.
These charming springs aro situated In
a lovely valley, ensconced in tha back?
bone of tho AUcKhani's. at an elevation
of 3,000 feert, in tha mi.1st of tha "Springs
Region" of Virginia, and only n'ne miiej
from Alleghany Station?the highest point
on tlie Chesapeake and Ohio railwuy By
actual analysis tho best chaly icate
water In this country; none better I i the
world; elegant hath pools, F.eef and mut?
ton supplied from tli? "nest blue-gra*?
sod. vegetables in abundance, grown In
the garden of th's not.<l property. Bates
moderate For further particulars write
B. F. eakle. jr..
ap-Mm Manager.
Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs,
10 miles from Salem, Va, opens June
1st, 1899. Elevation :',:oo feet, sulphur,
chalybeate, fue-uone and limestone
waters. Reasonable rates. Special atten?
tion paid to comfort and pleasure of
guests. Write for descriptive- pamphlet
containing analysis of waters, reference*.
Sec Long Distance Telephone connec?
tion. j. IT. CHAPMAN, Manager. Jel-lm
Crocket! Arsenic Litha Springs and Baths
oi?i:n junk i?t.
As a nerve tonic, antl dyspeptic and re?
st ratlve these waters and baths are un
surpnsscd. Relieves nervous prostraUon,
rheumatic, skin and kidney troubles and
kindred diseases., Cleans and beautffWa
ih?-. complexion. Dry ntmosphoro, ro?
mantic surroundings, modern conven
? es. For booklet, address M- C.
' omas, Manager, Shawsvllle, Va.
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alleghany SprTngsTlfa.
Recommended by the Medical Society of
Virginia, '.s celebrated for Its euros of
dyspepsia In Its various forms. Moat ex
tended and beautiful grounds In tho moun
lalns. ... ...
For descriptive pamphlet, terms, testl
monials, &c. write to_?T^T.^ _
my25-2m C. a. COLHOJ.TN. Prop.
Yellow Sufphur Springs
Montgomery county, Va.; open to visitors
June 1 li!'3; these springs ur? situated on
tho summit of the Alleghany Mouhtalnei
the curative properties of- the waters are
well established and adapted to a wide
range of disease: tho accommodations are
first-class In every respect: descr'pttve
ffl& ATLANTIC ftOTTE
(Formerly Inverness Inn)
VIRGINIA BEACH. VA.
Open JUNE 1. Immediately on tho Ocean.
Rates. $:.00 to S3 W per day; 510 to jn. 30/
wetk Special rates to families and traVet
|nt men. Cuisine and eervlce the yer,(
bast. ?TIU for folAw* wV?

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