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LOCAL NEWS CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE?TELEGRAPH CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.
ATLANTIC CITI SARD
The JK>cal Board of Atlantic City
Ward met in its June session last
night, Present: Chairman Goodwin, anil
Messrs. Anderson, Hltchlngs, Dr. New
bill and Captain W. T. Williams,
The matter of Improving Ninth street
ami the Maloney property was contin?
ued.
A letter was received from Mr. Low
enberg, president Norfolk and Atlnntic
Terminal Company, stating thai he had
Instructed the Tennis Construction
Company to cement the electric poles
on thai line.
A committee consisting <>f Dr. New
bill and Mr. Anderson was appointed
to wait upon Mr. L?wenbOrg ami in?
form him that the orders of tli" board
had not tieetl compiled with und that
unless they were at once an injunc?
tion would be gotten out restraining the
company from continuing its work.
The committee on sweeping the
streets reported progress.
in the matter of the Improvements on
Botetourt street th.- estimated cost was
reported by Mr. Riddle as follows: To
put the street in thorough order, from
Olney Rood m Bridge Btrect, $2.600.71.
To Improve it so as to cut off thi
standing; water, (273.46. The report was
a/lopied.
The secretary reported that he had
drawn the necessary ordinance tor the
Issuance of the bonds for the various
Improvements in the ward, and, that the
same had hren approved by the Coun?
cils and referred to the Finance Com?
mittee.
Mr. Riddle reported that the nuisance
on ISlcvenlh street had been abated.
A letter was read from the clerk of
the almshoune committee, stating thu
it would arrange with the ward for
furnishing medicine from the city ills
pensary on the same terms allowed
Bramblcton Ward?IB cents each, provi?
ded the board would make monthly
payments.
A communication was received from
the clerk <>f the Councils stating that
they had passed an ordinance chang?
ing the name of Spring street to 11 i
mon avenue.
A communication from the clerk of
the Councils, accompanied by a peti?
tion from Messrs. Jesse and A. I>.
Green, to place a boiler and steam en?
gine on avenue It was referred to the
chairman of the hoard.
A petition from the properly owners
of DeBree avenue asking thai the same
be graded so that they can place the
needed sidewalks on it. was rferred to
the engineer of the ward In connection
with the city Engineer to establish
?aid grade.
A petition from Mr. L. T. Curdts, ask?
ing that sewerage he placed en Mar:in
avenue so that he can connect his
property with it. was referred to the
Water Board with the request that
they run 100 feet of sewer pipe en that
6treet.
A petition from Messrs. Townsend &
Joynes, agents, asking that water
mains Qia run through Spring street
north from North Btreet, was granted.
Applications for work on the sewers
When needed was received from Messrs.
Joseph Walters, Jas. T. Berry, John II.
Robinson and Stanton .\. Dennis and
filed.
LITTLE CHILD INJURED.
About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
Myrtle, the two-year old daugtitcr of
Police Officer Kniest "Whltohead. while
at play In front of her father's resi?
dence on Fort street, was run into and
knocked down liy the grocery wagon of
Mr. J. H. Shufnadine and severely hurt !
on her head and one of her feet. Drs.
Burgess and Dupuy were called In, hut
found no bones broken. Tin y say that
If the child's skull is not fractured,
which they were unable to determine
yesterday, she is not dangerously in?
jured. The colored hoy driver, Arthur
Washington, was nr res teil by Officer
Henderson ami bailed hy Mr. Shuma
dine for his appearance in the- Police
Court to-day.
SUNDAY SCHOOL liKVIKYV.
The second quarterly review at Le
Kies' Memorial Sunday school was
conducted Sunday morning hy Mrs. T.
S. Soulhgate In a masterly manner. A
number of admirable papers on the les?
sons under review were read by Mrs.
Purdue, Mrs. Marshall, .Mis. Harnes,
Misses Stewart. Wilshln, Lambert and
Simpson, and Messrs, J. P. Armstrong,
J. 10. Gllllam and st. s. Greene.
Mr. Parker, Whb was Injured sonic
three weeks ngo hy falling down the
hatchway of the steamer Coley, is
nhle to walk about his room. He can?
not use one of Iiis arms.
The Sunday school ami Junior ICp
worth League of LoKles' Memorial
Church went on an excursion to old
Point last night on th.- Bteamer Cltj
Chester. They returned about la
o'clock highly pleased wilh their trip.
BRAMBLETOK WARD.
The Wcck-Wlnslon bridal party were
tendered a handsome reception at the
home of Miss Winston, mi Willoughbj
avenue, lust night.
The Brambleton W. C. T. r. will
meet nt the home of the presldi at. No.
L'O^ .North Park avenue, at 1 o'cl ? I;
this afternoon.
Miss May n. Poster, one of On
teachers of the Fourth Ward Si h
accompanied by several friends from
the ward, l. ft yesterday morning for
Roanokc to nttend the Summer Bcho >1
of Methods.
Miss Ella D Backus, of No. l?l North
Park avenue, nccomnanlcd by her Bis?
ter, Mrs (dive m. Backus, of Scwell's
Point, left yesterday on a visit to r< -
laiives in itoanokc.
Rev; l.. K. Christlo and Ids bride were
tendered a reception by the ?. V. I', r
of Spurgcon Memorial Baptist Church
last night. A tin.- musical program
Was rendered and a very timely and
happy address was delivered by Mi.
Christie, Tin- exercises wore greatly
enjoyed by the large ntitllonoo.
The alarm of fire from box about 5
o'clock yesterday nftemo ;i iliat cur?
ried the uptown departmetil to North
Park avenue proved to i.. false.
The Eoworth league of Trinity M.
E. Church will meet tor devotional ex?
ercises at 8 o'clock to-morrow night.
"Wann ni'lk from tho eow and
G< O. Taylor Whiskey saved my life moro
than 20 years ago." This was (hi ?
meut nude in our ofllcfi within fi w
months by a resident ..f thai pnrl ><'
Boston call, d the Hrighton district. In?
quiring Into, the rensoi tatemont,
wo learned tti.it the person who gnvi the
Informat'oii was ',<> yrnt f age. and that
at to he was said to htivu lhai dread dis?
ease, consumption. Warm new milk and
Whiskey was recommended, and knowing
Jils cow. and believing m mn- ri presenta?
tions that O. O. Taylor Whiskies w. re
pit re, he found within a v*ry brief period
of time that what sei med .i simple remedy
was really a sovereign one. a few
months' use of what cannot tic set down
as a medicine effected a radical cure.
Send to us for business and professional
> commend a t ions.
O. II. GRAVES BONS, Boston.
? For sale at White Uro?. Norfolk, Va.
Brown's Hvrtcl, Portsmouth, Y.u
WATCHMAN OATES.
ASSAULTED BY AN UNKNOWN
YOUNG .MAN.
> Special Watchman Oates. on duty
looking after certain main street stores
nightly, was assaulted last night by u
yi ting man who made his escape.
The assault occurred in this way:
Wall hman Oatcs was standing In front
oi' the Western Union olllce talking to
the messenger boys about the noise
they Kept up around the olllce. A young
man about 18 or years old was stand?
ing near and < bjectcd to some of the
etat? mcnts made by the watchman and
WOI I? pas.-. (I between them. It Is said
that Watchman Oat CS started to take
iho young man In chnrge, when the
latter, with a lightning stroke hit the
ivati hman squarely in the month, send?
ing him reeling backwards into the
street. Both tie- gun ami the 'billy <>f
tii - watchman fell out of his pocket
when lie keeled over from the effect of
the blow.
The watchman Jumped up game ami
gave Ihe alarm, lending a crowd of
some eighteen'or twenty down the
Bli alter the Hying victor, but ho
tun I into tin- alley and made Rood
b.is escape. Mr. Leon Wood, the Asso
clal id Press operator, got near enough
to him to catch hold of him just before
he turned Into the alley, but did not
step him.
TWO NEGROES KILLED.
FATAL INJURIES INFLICTED BY
NOItFOLK AND WESTERN THAI
N. AND \Y. TRAIN.
I: 1" rt Ross, a colored man, while
walking along by the wooden ware?
house at the Norfolk and Western sta?
tion, nbotlt ? p. in. yesterday, was
cuughl by n train of freight curs, be?
tween the platform "f the warehouse
and the ears, and badly 'lushed before
his plight was discovered. A casual ex?
amination revealed the fact that three
ribs Were broken. He was taken tu St.
Vincent's Hospital in the ttmbuluncc,
but the Internal injuries which he silS
tai.1 proved fatal. He died early last
evcnii g. The coroner will make an .-x
nminntion to-day and will summon a
jury of Inquest.
AN< ITH ER Dl ICS.
Milan Jones, an S-ycar-Old colored boy
was run over by a Lambert's Point
train at ihe crossing on Princess Anne
avenue Sunday afternoon. His right leg
was crushed to the knee and his let!
foot was mashed, lb; was carried to St.
Vincent's Hospital.
Tin- boy was too weak to undergo an
amputation of the crushed limbs, and
he lingered throughout Sunday after?
noon and nigltt, and yesterday. Last
night, about II o'clock, he died. A cor?
oner's Inquest will he held to-day.
THE FINAL BALL.
OF WILLI A M AND MARY COLLEGE
i '< rMMENCKMENT.
Tin- final ball of William und Mary
College commencement Saturday was
a brilliant success, eclipsing all of its
predessors. The gonnan was led by Mr.
J. J.-IT. Stubbs, assisted by Miss Lizzie
Handy, of Annapolis. There wi re pres?
ent Mr. and Mrs. Robcitt M. Hughes
and .Mr. Edward w. James, of Norfolk.
'I ho following were among tin- dancers:
Mi.-s "attic Gregory, of Nor/oik, with
Mr. S| ( ncer Lane, of Norfolk.
Miss Bessie Lamb, >>r Toano, w ith Mr.
Harry Lamb, of Norfolk.
Miss Emily Christian, with Mr. G.
Stevenson, of Norfolk.
Miss Lulu Wright, or James City,
with Mr. Robert M. HilghCf,, Jr., of
Norfolk. ?
A UK hg the stags wcra Mr. Walt, r
Lane. Mr. Percy Lash, of Norfolk.
LAMBERT'S POINT.
Mr. Charles Baxter and family will
spend the summer in Pearlsburg, the
county seat of Giles county, and ex?
pect to have for that point in a. few
days.
'l a - young people of the Methodist
? inn i n organii'.t-rl?iunday afternoon.
and i: is intended by ihe Organization
to give a social entertainment month?
ly.
Work at the plating mill is progress?
ing favorably, and a ready market Is
found for its product*
Work oh the Norfolk Silk Company's
new mill is progressing favorably. The
foundation has been finished. Con?
tractor Williams lias about forty men
at werk, and expects to have the build?
ing in readiness for the company to
begin operations by November 1st, of
?the present year.
HUNTERSVILLE.
Mr. Wnlter Jordan und fnmtlv have
taki n up their residence at No. 0 John
: son ,i\, ntie.
m i-... James i-:. Hnnowell is 111 with
fever at the home of his Barents, No.
32 Washington avenue.
Th< Kpworth League of Iluntersvllle
m. i:. Church had a most Interesting
.i ? mil meeting Sunday afternoon.
Tin Sunday scho ?I of Huntersvillc is
? ? ? for their annual picnic and
- \ . ;.>ii in the near future. The time
? 1 IllCO tiro yet to be selected.
WEST NORFOLK.
Tie Ladies' Aid Society of the Mcth
.- Hi i irch have arranged for a de?
lightful concert and entertainment to
tnke ;'.. o to-night at 8:30 p. in. Dr.
J. 1' rcy Moxon, late of Parts, vocalist,
Insln . 111st and impersonator; Mrs.
Bethel, of Up worth choir, one of Nor
f?l \ i y finest singers; Mr. James
Dun bar, baritone soloist; Miss Brlck
housc, i favorite in West Norfolk, and
Mis?. Nan lo ilitdgins, soprnnb, will bo
present and render a flue program. To
cover expenses a small admission fee
Is chnt'R d. Tickets: 15c. for adults;
children, I0c.
Phillip's ferry will leave N. v.. P. &
N. wharf at S p. m., returning from
West Norfolk about 10:30, Refresh?
ments si rved.
sailor* t'i???i Tlirnngli.
Mr. W. II. Doll, passenger agent of
the Southern railway, loft Sunday at
1:20 p. m.. on tin- arrival of the Old
Dominion liner Jefferson, for New Or?
leans in charge of ihe ISO sailors who
reached Norfolk ctl route to San Fran?
cisco. At New Orleans Mr. Doll turned
them over to the Southern Pacific Rftll
l way Company.
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.
"VIRGINIA;" AND "SKA TO SKA "
To the Nusbaum Rook and News]
Company, No. 274 Main street, Norfolk.
TUB VIRGINIAN-PILOT renders Its
acknowledgements for the courtesy of
the two works bearing the above tub s.
"Virginia: Prehlstdrlc and Ante-Bel
lum." Is a sorb s <>f sketches, redolent
of "the sacred soli." from the graphic
and acute ?eil -.1" Mrs. W. C. Kay. of
Ounvilie, Va., that abound with much
Interesting and amusing local charac?
teristics, character and characters, of
which "iInc'So Yorke" is the chief cn
sample, reminiscent nnd narrater.
"Uncle Yorke" deals in Action, as
well as reminiscence, and, in Ills real
or Imaginary stories of others, be re?
veals himself as u very striking per?
sonage of his race, time ami condition,
while his free and rambling tongue dis?
closes many a trait of life and diosyn
crasy of circumstance and disposition.
All w ho like the sly and dry in hum >r.
compounded with a peculiar egotism as.
Unb ?Unded as its pretensions of "know?
ing it till" about everybody and every?
thing, will appreciate "L'ncle Yorke."
not only in himself, but In his Inex?
haustible st.ire of information, which
runs no account with fact
With "Virginia" is bound another
sketch, entitled "Mother Carey's Chick?
ens: or Missy and Spicy Ann." which
tells us something Of the spoilt white
child and her Bhnrp and saucy colored
companion, or maid, as they existed in
the county during slave-times. It,
like 'l'ncle Yorke." in "Virginia," is
very amusing, while 1?.>tH are valuable
contributions to the permanent knowl?
edge of n state of society now gone
forever. Published by nance Brothers
Co., Danville, Yu., ami b"und In gold
and red cloth.
"Sea to Sea." by Rudyard Kipling, is
a revised edition, in two volumes, of
the author's letters of travel. &c, con
trlbuted to various newspapers. Chiefly
consisting of letters from und about
British India at large, and chiefly In?
teresting and valuable for that reason,
it Is a real globe-trotter's book, telling
s ?!?). thing of ninny lands and peoples,
from the Kipling point of view and in
the Kipling taking style. Indians.
Chinese, Burmese, Japanese, Ameri?
cans. Ac, ran here sec themselves
as Und yard Kipling saw them; and It
is well worth while to learn what such
a man thinks of us and ?ithers.
Mr. Kipling mnkes everything he
touches Interesting,?adding to truth all
the fascination of his skill In story?
telling, with .ut detracting in any de
grec from the sdid worth of Ihe facts
le- deals in. Mr. Kipling having writ?
ten most of these bitters when lie was
a Tree, loafer. With as free a charter sis
the wir*, to go where he listed and
blow upon Whom and what he pleased,
he carries us to many strange places
ami recites some very cueor things.
Published by ib.- Doubleday McClure
Co.. New York, in green uud gold cloth.
The reader of "Sea to Sea" will enjoy
Mr. Kipling in his role of correspondent,
not only as a new experience, but be?
cause tli.- correspondence gains from
the author's skill us iL novelist.
tr? Kxtmlnrd free.
Dr. A. Week manager of the optical
department of the Gale Jewelry Com?
pany, will examine your eyes free. De?
fective vision and complicated cases
specially invited to call. Je26-tt'
suiKlMy ui Ocriiu View.
Sunday at Ocean View was marked
by the presence of an enormous crowd
of people, both ui the Ocean view Ho?
ld and pavilion, who enjoyed the bath?
ing, fishing, music and other attrac?
tions of this pleasant resort.
The facilities of the Norfolk and
Ocean View railway were taxed to
transport passengers back and forth on
Sunday, but all went well, and noth?
ing oci tilled to mar the pleasure of the
day.
The Washington High School Cadets
have selected Ocean View as their
can.ping place. ,.\s was previously stat?
ed tli.- cadets will arrive here on July
3d, and will go in crinip on the bench at
Ocean View-, near tin- hotel.
GREAT BODY OF WOMEN.
OPENING OP INTERNATIONAL
_ COUNCIL IN LONDON.
(By Telegraph to Virginian-Pilot.)
London, June 26.?The International
Council of Women opened to-day. The
Countess of Aberdeen, president <>f the
council, in her address, alter cordial
words of welcome, sketched the duties
of tin' council. She said international
arbitration should ever be placed tore
most in its progress, advocated the es?
tablishment of an international bureau
of Information regarding all that af?
fects women, and warned women
against arrogating to themselves alone
tii - duties of curing all evils, saying:
"It may be well to have unions of
mothers, but do the fathers count so
little ill the home that their counsel is
not needed? The redemption of the race
cm only be compassed by men and wo?
men Joining hands and making com?
mon cause in every department in life."
in conclusion the Countess of Aber?
deen deprecated tli ? Idea usually form. .1
aboul women's congresses, that they
were bent upon devising plans whereby
women might be emancipated from
home duties, snying:
i "This congress holds fast to the be
, lief that woman's lirst mission must be
ln r home."
j % John Duncan's Sons, Afcenta, New York
THE WORLD
OF SPORT
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Brooklyn . 45 15 .750
Boston .38 20 .055
Philadelphia. 35 21 :625
Chicago . 36 24 .000
St. Louis .31 26 .567
Baltimore . 32 25 .561
Cincinnati.2S 29 .491
New York . 29 31 .4S3
PlOtsbUrg. 24 32 .429
Louisville. 21 38 .336
Washington.IS 43 .295
Cleveland . 10 46 .179
LOUISVILLE, 6; "WASHINGTON, 3.
j Louisville, Ky., June 26.?By winning
to-day's game Louisville took the series
I from Washington. Padden was remov
, ed from the game In the seventh for
continuous kicking, Mercer taking his
place. Attendance, 300.
Score by Inning?? H.H. 10.
Louisville.10020201 x?6 10 3
Washington .. 01000101 0?3 13 1
Woods and Powers; Ulneen and But?
ler. 1'mpircs Lynch and Connolly.
Time?2:05.
CLEVELAND, 7; NEW YORK. 10.
Cleveland. June 20.?The wildness of
Bates lost the name for the home team.
Attendance. 100.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Cleveland.0 o 1 0 1 0 2 0 0? 7 12 1
New York .. ..0 2 5 0 1 0 1 1 x?10 9 4
Bates and Schrecongost: Gettlg and
Warner. Umpires Smith and Andrews.
Time?2:10.
CHICAGO, 0: BROOKLYN, 5.
I Chicago, June 20.?The Orphans, by a
' shade better work, took their third
.' game from Brooklyn to-day. Attcnd
j ancc, 3.200.
Score by innings: R.H.E.
Chicago .1 000023 0 x?6 11 3
j Brooklyn.0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 0?5 9 4
Callahan and Donohue; Yeager, Dunn
and Farrell. Umpires Emslle and Mc
I Donald. Time?2:20.
PITTSBURG, f.. 10; BOSTON. 12, 1.
Pittsburg, Juno 26.?It was on even
; split. Boston took the first game be?
cause Pittsburg made costly errors and
i were slow on plays. Plttsburg won the
I second because the visitors could not
hit Leever ami because Killen's old
' eonirades found him easy. Attendance,
j 4,200.
First game?
Score by Innings: R.H.E.
Plttsburg .. ..21010411 0?10 17 4
Boston.0 1 5 5 0 0 1 0 0?12 15 4
! Gardner. Hoffer and Bo wer man;
I Hlckman, Lewis, Willis and Clarke.
Time?2:30.
Second game?
Score by innings? R.H.E
Plttsburg.:o o 3 o 1040 x?s 1:1 2
j Boston.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0?I 5 4
Leever ami Schriver; Killen and Her?
gen. Umpires O'Day and McGarr.
I Time?1:50.
ATLANTIC LFAGI'IO RESULTS.
Reading, ~; Paterson, :t.
Newark, 4; Lancaster, S.
Wilkesbarre, 3; Richmond, 10.
Allen town-Scran ton?positioned.
Kcltoes From tlio Tnrf.
New York, June 26.?There was little
Interest, In the racing to-day at Sheeps
head Bay. The card was 'badly scratch
I ed to begin with. In the spring stakes,
I Mischievous was the favorite of a. poor
lot and won easily enough at the end.
! In the Spindrift handicap, ESthelbert
was a prohibitive favorite. After rat
! ing along behind Glengar to the last
! quarter he came away and won just
as In? pleased, Klnley Mack beating
Glengar for the place Just as easily.
In the opening race Admiration was
at the good odds of 3 to 5. and won in
a romp, breaking the track record by
way of variety. Summary:
First -Five and a half furlongs: Ad?
miration. 2 to 5. won; Isidor, IS to 5 and
1 to 2, second: Pilon d'Or, 7 to l, third.
Time?1:07 1-5.
Second?One mile: Maxine, 3 to l,
won; Charentus, 7 to 1 and 5 to 2, sec?
ond: Clonsllfa, S to 1, third. Time?
1:40 3-5.
Third?Spring stakes. Futurity
course: Mischievous, C to 5, won;
Plucky, I 10 1 ami 6 to 5. second; Brus
querie, 10 to 1. third. Tlm<?1:10 2-5.
Fourth?'Spindrift, U? miles: Ethel
bert. 1 to 4, won; Klnley Mack. 5 to 1
ami 3 to 5, second: Glengar, 10 to 1,
I third. Time?1:55 3-5.
Fifth?Five furlongs: Prejudice, 5 in
I 1, won: Shrove Tuesday, 6 to 1 and 2
? to 1, second; Oread, 60 to 1. third. Time
j ?1:02 1-5.
Sixth?One and one-quarter miles:
Decanter, 0 to 1, won: Fast Black. 15 to
1 and 1 to 1. sei on.i; Twinkler, 15 to 1,
third. Time?2:07.
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Agent for Knowles' Steam Pumping
Machine. _
W.H.TAYLOR & CO.,
224 Water Street.
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND MILL
SUPPLIES.
Agents for this section for tho sale of
Graton ft Knight's Leather Belting. New
York
In;:. Sntiw Steam Pumps.
Beltins and Packing Company's
Rubber Goods. Knowlton's Patent Pack
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Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
NO. 15 WATEH STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. BOILERS. SAWMILL and
ail kinds of machinery of the most Im?
proved patterns. Also repairing at th?
snoriest nolice. Particular attention to
Steamboat work. DUVAL'S PATENT
BOILER TUBE FERRCLES aro the
only perfect remedy for leaky boiler
tubes. They can be Inserted In a fen
minutes by any engineor, and are war?
ranted to stop leaks. _
li^WIN^EXPRESS CO
218Water St., Phone 6,Ei!hsr Phons
We haul anything to and from any?
where In the three cities.
Special facilities for baullag Safe*
BWlers. Furniture and Pianos.
twots filled aod Olllns wanted.
SUNMER RESORTS.
situation a nie? village on A. & D
R. It.. very near Southern R R. Fina
shade, excellent water, dally malts, church
privileges. Terms moderate. Address
"AlrB. V. H. A ." Boydton, Ya. Je25-5f .
Alleghany Springs, Va.
Recommended by the Medical Society of
Virginia. Is Celebrated for Its cures of
dyspepsia In Its various forms. Most ex?
tended and beautiful grounds In the moun?
tains.
Far descriptive pamphlet terms, testi?
monials, &c, write to
my23-3m_C. A. COUIOUN. Prop.
Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs.
10 miles from Salem, Va.. opens Juno
1st, 1899. Elevat'.on liOO feet, sulphur
chalybeate, freestone and limeston?
waters. Reasonable rates. Special atten?
tion paid to comfort and pleasure of
guests. Write for descriptive pamphlet
containing analysis of waters, references
&c. Long Distance Telephone oonnec
tlon. J. ft. CHAPMAN. Managor. Jel-ln?
Yellow Sulphur Springs
Montgomery county, Va.; open to visitors
June 1, 1S99; these springs are situated on
the summit of the Alleghany Mountains;
the curative properties of the waters are
well established and adapted to a wldo
ranse of disease; the accommodations are
first-class in every respect; descriptive
pamphlet and rates furnished on applica?
tion. R1DGEWAY HOLT, Prop. ray20-2m
VARIETY SPRINGS.
Augusta County, Va. Open June 6th to
October 1st, 1S99. These Springs situated
on the C. & O. rt. it. in north mountain
range of the AllcKhanles. offer many ad?
vantages. Six varieties of water; hot an.l
cold heatln<r baths; Improvements new;
nicely furnished; service good; rates rea ?
sonn bio. Wrlto for booklet and tormg.
Special rates for June and September. Ad ?
dress H. G. EICHELBERGER, Varlelj.1
Springs, Va. Je2-2m
THE WILTSHIRE.
Virginia avenue, on beach. Atlantlo
City, N. J. Enlarged and refurnished.
Special June rates.
S. S. PHOEBUS,
Owner and Proprietor.
Formerly of Hygela Hotel, Old Point
Comfort, Va. jet-lm
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRIRGS,
ALLEGHANY COUNTY. VA
This entire property has been purchased
by Mr. CARTER HR A XT ON HUNTER,
of West Vlrslnla, who proposes making
many Improvements and refurnishhlng
the hotel ant! colta?ca throughout. The
management of the lu.tel will be contai
ied under Mr. B. F. EAKI.E who lias
for the past throe years operated It so
I successfully.
These charming springs aro situated In
a lovely valley, ensconced in the back?
bone of the AUcghanles. at an elevation
of S.000 feel, in Hie midst of the ''Sprints
Region" of Virginia, and only n'ne miles
from Alleghany Station? the highest point
on the Chesapeake and Ohio railway Hy
actual analysis the brat chaly |eata
water In Hits country; none betier I i th*
world: elegant bath pools. Beef and mut?
ton supplied from the t?nest blue-grass
sod. Vegetables in abundance, grown In
the garden of thla no<ed property. Rates
moderate. For rurther particulars wrlta
B. P. EAKLE. JR..
ap4-tm Manauer.
DAGGERS SPRINGS.
General Wado Hampton's favorite te?
non Is now open for the summer. 8ulphur,
Jron and Lllhla Waters. Highly recom?
mended for stomach, kidney and bladder
troubles. L'.thia. Pool Raths, Riding,
Driving, Fishing, Good Music, excellent
Table Fare. Dr. H Stuart MacLoan, of
Richmond, physician for the season.
Write for circular and special raten to
parties. W. E'. MILLER, Daggers, Va.
Jtlli-3w* _
Crocketts Arsenic Littia Springs and Ball)
of in ,hm: lat.
As a nerve tonic, antl dyspeptic and re?
storative these waters and baths are un?
surpassed. Relieves nervous prostration,
rheumatic, slun and kidney troubles and
kindred diseases. Cleans and beautlll-.i
the complexion. Dry atmosphere, ro?
mantic surroundings, modem conven?
iences. For hooklet. address M. O.
I THOMAS. Manager. Shawsville, Va.
mylS-2m
R??]piarji (V?T) Springs
Health. Rest, Joy, Peace and Tlenty
jHiounds. $23 to $:'.5.-Booklets. G. T.
HOPKINS & SON. McGohcysvlllo. Va.
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BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS ^OTEL,
(COTTAGE SYSTEM. )
On Atlantic and Danville Railroad, Meck?
lenburg county, Va., 65 miles east
of Danville, Va.
Round-trip and Excursion tickets OH
salo at reduced rates from all
principal points.
HOT AND COLD MINERAL WATE It
RATHS.
For terms for board apply to
A. W. ARCHER, Manager.
Thomas F. Goode. Proprietor.
Dr. F. S. Wholey, Resident Physician.
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MILLBORO' SPRINGS,
VIRGINIA.
OPEN JUNE 15TH.
For rates and booklet address,
J. GRAHAM DAVIDSON, Manager,*
MHlboro' Springs.
jel6eod-lm Bath county, Va^
Ice Cream Freezers
If you are fond of good Cream a**
want to make it quick, buy our Freesers,
the BEST and QUICKEST ON EARTH.
All seasonable goods at lowest prices.
P. J. MALBON,
Both Phones No. 401-_
DO YOU KNOW
RENOVATING HAIR MATTRESSES.
Wa> have all kinds In stock, and made
of best materials.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
1S3 Main street.
STENCIL GUTT&RS,
Rabber and Steel Stamps,
Railroad, Metel, Bucgur*
and firass Checks. Heal*.
Badgca, Stencil and Stamm
'nks, Fads,'Daters, etc;
PHfflNIX
stamp ami swell1
Jab Printers,
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