THE^iNHWS FROM VIRGINIA CONTINUED FROM PAGE TEN
THE MONTGOMERY WHITE.
NORFOLK FEOPLiO AT THIS POP?
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs,
Va.. Aug. 18.?Surely this has been the
most successful season, socially, that
this historic old place can boa3t of In
many a year. Our genial manager, Mr.
W. S. Ayres, leaves nothing undone
that will add to the pleasure and en?
joyment of his guests.
The mountains o? dear old Virginia
never looked more stately than they
now appear. Their tups are covered
with massive oaks, chestnut and cedar
trees, which look like pigmies from the
distance, yet when we climb to where
they are our admiration knows no
hounds, and we are compelled to admit
the sights most enchanting, and which
verse is only capable of picturing.
Down in the valley runs a beautiful
?livery stream, and as the glorious sun
Shines upon It ns It dashes over the
Impeding rocks It looks like so many
Jewels sparkling in the distance. To?
day It Is quiet, hnrdly a ripple, save
?where the obstructions arg. Rut after
a storm It Is likened unto a wild animal
escaped from a cage; the noise sounds
llko a cataract, and a cataract it is. it
leaps und bounds over the very rock.-.
Which, in more peaceful times, bids the
?water divide and pass around. It is
dangerous to ut tempt fording the
et ream at these times.
All, from the grey-haired matron and
the doting old grandfather, to the
youngest youth, do their utmost to ad 1
to the pleasures of one and another. It
Is more like one large family: each
guest is made speedily acquainted as
soon ns they arrive, and who, in turn,
lends a willing hand that tho "good
times" may long live In their mem?
At the "Rai Poudrn" given last week,
a spectator might have believed ho was
In dreamland. As each fair one arrived
in quest of her favorite, and the march
began, hand Joined In hand, to the
strains of "Georgia (.'amp Meeting,"
played by 'tho Second Virginia Regi?
mental Rand. Every State in the Union
?was represented by a powdered ha ri i
and gaily dressed personage.
The most, familiar faces to the read?
ers were Miss Vera "Williams, grcon
mosicn <le solr and diamonds, with Dr.
Harrison, of Richmond; Miss Martin,
?white organdie over pink taffeta; MIfh
Louise Trice, blue organdlo over silk,
with Mr. Turner; Mrs. it. 11. Trice,
green silk and black lace, with Mr. W.
H. H. Trice; Mrs. 30. C. Richardson,
black lace, with Mr. Richardson; Mrs.
Howoll, white organdie over silk, With
Mr. Howell; Mrs. A. A. Freeman, gray
fdlk. Witll Mr. Bennett; Mrs. Charles
Tearsons, white silk, with Mr. Pear?
son, nnd many others whose names
would not be familiar. Suffice It to say
Unat In all there were fifty couples on
the llonr, and as tho grand march was
made under the leadership of Mr. Ar?
thur Freeman, the spectators all said
It was a feast lit for the gods. Even
the ball room had an air of distinction
snd more more beautifully decorated
than on previous occasions, with bunt?
ing ami ferns, nnd which is more easi?
ly Imagined than described.
Nine tallies were set for the regular
Saturday morning euchre game last
Saturday. Tho successful gentleman.
Mr. Howell, won a beautiful card ease
set with silver, while Miss Fulllvatet
succeeded In currying- off tho ladles'
prize, a silver fruit knife.
A delightful nnd no less amusing po?
tato roll, given by Dr. Gildcrslceve, of
Tnzewell, was enjoyed by the young
nnd obi alike. The successful potato
cntcher was Mr. W. IT. IT. Trice, who
carried off not only the greatest num?
ber of potatoes, but a handsome silver
knife. Miss Douiso Trice won the In?
dies' prize. Mr. McCown and Mr. Pear?
son, of course, came in for the booby.
Thero Is on our program another of
these delightful entertainments to b
given by Mr. Trice next week.
The guests orten go over to the Yel?
low, a distance of three miles, are. of
course, royally entertained on till ?
visits by Mr. Holt, the genial manager
of that place. Of course, the patrons ol
the Yellow often come in large parties
to Montgomery, where they in turn are
The most, exciting time Is when tin
train arrives. All are on the porch to
witness Hie arrivals, to Initiate them
so to speak, but 1 think from curiosity,
more than anything else. Among the
more recent arrivals are Me. and Mrs
W. W. Vicar, Mr. and Mis. W D
Southall. Miss Goodrich, from Norfolk
Tt is reported that the Misses Slmcoc
nnd Davis will be with us next we, k,
There are now nbout 260 guo
the Montgomery, with new ones ar?
riving on every train, thus we are hav?
ing a glorious time, out from the bustle
and noise of tho city, where life is
mnde miserable by the exceslvo heat;
nnd we all say. with one accord, happy
Is life at the historic Old Montgomery.
Montgomery Springs, Aug. 15, 1S;>0.
'AN ENJOYABLE WEFK" AT TTITS
Montgomery White Sulphur Sprlnrrs,
Va., Aug. IS.?A beaut I rut faVor ger
man was tendered the ladies of Mont?
gomery White by the gentlemen Wed?
nesday, and was pronounced by all a
great success. The ball-room was
tastefully decorated, nnd when the
twenty-live couples marched in. led by
Messrs. Miller and Wallers, the scene
was indeed a pretty one. Quite a num?
ber drove over from the Yellow Sul?
phur, and from their pleoeurc-lit fat a
one fathered that tho evening was n
pleasant one for them.
Mr. J. K. Anderson, of Roanotte, had
collected quite a nice sum front the
gentlemen of the place, and with it had
purchased a variety of favor's stick?
pins, buttons, glove-hooks, hat-pins,
etc., etc. As the columns of Indies and
gentlemen tiled through the doorways
Into the ball-room the little (lower girls.
Miss S. Joroule and Miss Robinson, pre?
sented each with a. sealed envelope,
containing a number. The holders of
the tw>> lucky numbers winning a prize:
Miss Causey, of Suffolk, was the for?
tunate lady, receiving a handsome cut?
glas? and silver vinaigrette. Mr. Mil?
ler, the gentleman's that prize, a ci?
Claret punch was served during the
evening and much enjoyed by the thirs?
Mr. Trice, of Norfolk, gave tin en?
joyable potato race to the children
Wednesday, and the fun was fast and
furious. The little tots were not t.> be
out-done by the larger ones and where
skill failed, bare-faced Ingenuity prov?
ed a victor, and deliberately plrrking up
the potato and placing it upon the
spoon, ran across the room, holding it
tight with the other hand. Mr. Trice
distributed exceedingly pretty prizes,
L0WENBER6 SPECIALTY STOR
Tue only vyau to do a Tninq is to oo ahead and do it.
we are oiosino out an Summer Goods.
60c, for .any White Dawn Waist at $: CO.
"..i:. for any White I.awn Waist a; 11.25
Jl.OO for any White Lawn Waist at Jt.Ti
an I K'.CO.
$1.25 for any White 1/awn Waist at $2.80
$1 i>) fur any While Lawn Waist at
25c Colored Shirt Waists.
Heretofore 75c. and SI.00.
FOR A FINAL CLEARANCE OF
THESE HANDSOME, STYLISH AND
PBRPBQT ' FITTING COliORED
WAISTS (SOME SLIGHTLY SOILED
AND CRINKLED), YOUR CHURL, 23c.
in F. K. Skirts.
:., White r.K. Skirts, wero $1.25.
!'.>. White P.K. Skirts, wero 11.60.
4.?. While P.K. Skirts, were $1?S.
98, White P.K. Skins, were JL'.r*.
:i. White P.K. Skirts, corded, were
9S, White I*.K. Skirts, corded, were
Pe tticoat Specials at $1
Of handsomo Imported Italian Cloth,
made with deep flounce, 2 and 3 ruffles
and dust ruffle, heretofore 52.50. Special
to-morrow, $1.00. Ceriso and lavender
Bar ains in Crash and Duck Skirts!Lowenberg's Tailor-Made Suits
at 25 and 50 Cents.
At 25c., flood Crash Skirts worth 4So,
At Me . Go< ??! i ?uck Skirts, worth ji.oo.
The l>',:, k Skirts are plain white and
Whlto With ted. blue or black polka dots.
LOWKNRRRG'S TAILOR.- MADE
sr: PS.?Perfect fit and hang guaranteed.
Big prico reductions this week. All al?
terations free. y itftT?i<
31 Granby St., NORFOLK'S COSTUMER, Old Phone 888
and all vote lilm an Institution of the
There are a largo number of Norfolk
people here, among them W. If. H.
Trice -and wife and Miss Louise Trice,
Mrs. H. II. Trice, Mrs. VV. It. Martin
and family, Mrs. 11. W. <;. Williams
and fnmlly, Mr. ami Mis. Pearson, Mr.
and Mrs. Freeman, Mr. A. ('. Froctnan.
The Portsmouth colony is also a very
popular one: Mrs. Ayer, Mrs. lves and
family, Mrs. Whit-. Miss i-nn White,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilowclls, Mrs. Godwin and
family, Mrs. Ilutchlns, Mrs. Klchard
Among the late arrivals are .Indue
Martin, Rev. 6. C. Woodson, W. I >.
Southall and wife, Mrs. W. \V. Vicar
and Jos. S. Sanderson, all from Nor?
rolk; Mrs. I.. Herkley, Miss Luc lie
Rcrkley, Mrs. .1. H, Jucocks, Misses O.
L. and K. A. Jacocks and Messrs. 11.
G. Jacocks, nil of Berkley.
GUESTS FROM F.VKRYWHF.RF. AT
THIS MOUNTAIN RESORT.
Catawba, Va., Aug. 10.?There are'
many guests aL this delightful resort
from Norfolk and Portsmouth, nnd we
are enjoying every moment of the time.
We are glad to know that, a party of
six will he here to-night. Nearly every
Southern State is well represented,
and we have guests from New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, and from the District,
too. We nrcliigli up in the Alleghanies,
rear the West Virginia line, and arc
nearly j.Tcio foot above the sea. level. The
climate i.- unsurpassed and the mineral
waters are llfc-glvlng.
We accommodate about 300 guests,
hut the crowd is seldom so large that
it cannot !>?? compared to a. house par?
ty. We lind many who come here con?
secutively for more than a dozen years,
and must mention Mr| and Mrs. Gra?
ham, of Arkansas, who have occupied
the .'-.line cott.ore for twenty summer',
and Dr. and .Mrs. Robertson even long
The band plays to us at our meals,
and the ball room is a scene of music,
light and merriment from s to in o'clock
.?very evening; except Sunday. We have
.???v. ia! germans during the season, and
WC also have till kinds of amusements.
We divide in squads after breakfast,
some for the bowling and billiard rooms
ami other for cro<iuet or tennis. Then,
the hoys have base ball teams. We
had a progressive euchre Thursday,
given by Mill Chapman, which was so
much enjoyed and the prizes were so
generous, being souvenirs of the "Red."
Mrs. Nicholson, of Portsmouth, Va..
gave a euchre Monday morning, and
the booby prize was so unique and orig?
inal that Mr. Langhorne, of St. Louis,
played for it. It is whispered that
had" a special attraction for him, as it
sprang from the brain and hand of a
ci rtaln young lady.
The phantom ball of last week Is an
event, too, for the ghosts almost look?
ed ethcrlcal, wound around, as they
were, in their mystic sheets. Lust, but
not least, was the full dress german
of Friday night, led by Mr. L.mghorne,
of St. Louis, with Miss Harry, of Vir?
ginia, and Mr. Logan, of Salem, Va..
with Miss Marsalis, of New York, held
high carnival at Roanoko Red until
past two o'clock a. m., when all retired,
declaring the ?r.-t german of "i>9 to he
;u success, and the host a most genial
Last night we h id a Martha Wash?
ington german, there being sixteen cou
plt s beautifully costumed to represent
our fathers and mothers of over a hun?
dred years back. The gentlemen look?
ed handsome in their knee breeches,
buckles, powdered wigs and lacs. The
young ladies were without a doubt a
picture to behold, dressed in their love?
ly satin heirlooms, resplendnnt with
precious jewels. Costumes were seen
that really fame front, the descendants
of some of the signers of the Declara?
tion of Independence.
J. II. C.
TUR PAST WEEK ONF. OF DE?
Sweet Chalybeate. Va.. Aug. IS.?The
people summering at this charming re?
sort have found the past week one of
delightful gaycty. There has been more
private entertaining than ever before,
and Sarnau?, card parties, dinners and
suppers follow- cadi other in quick suc?
Mrs. Dalley, of Washington nave her
daughter, Miss Rldgely, a delightful
dance. Monday evening. Mrs. Dailey's
guests were the Misses Marshall, Davit,
Martin, Simpson, Old. Lee, Goodwin.
and the Messrs. Denmeade, White,
Shclton, Noyos, Cooke, O'Brien, Cooke,
Sterrctt, Do'uie, anil Mr. and Mrs. Sler
Mesdamcs Cooke, Dobtc, Taylor and
Boyklns entertained the'.r friends at a
charming euchre party Tuesday even?
ing. Those present were the Mesdnmes
Walton, Thompson. Lee, Short, Gwat
kins. cooke. Jenkins, Webster, Taylor,
Cooke. Mrs. Stockton Cooke won the
first prize, a silver mounted pocket
book. Mrs. Gwatklns won the second
prise, a silver bottle washer. After the
game a delicious supper was served of
punch nnd salad.
Miss Nina Boykln gave a delightful
Wednesday evening. Miss Boykln's
guests were Misses Perebee, Heath.
Walton. Cooke, ??id. Leigh, Hllllard,
Allyn, Chamberlain and Walton.
On Tuesday an interesting bowling
party was given, the highest score be?
ing made by Mrs. Blanche, of New
York. During the game light refresh?
ments were served.
The Misses Old's heart party Friday
evening was a great success. The Hrst
ladies' prise, a silver salve box. was
won by Miss Walton, Miss Shepard
winning the second, a cut glass cologne
bottle, while Mr. Armstead and Mr.
Short won the gentlemen's prizes of
a silver knife and a cigar eutter.
Among the players were the Misses
Goodwill, Simpson. Old, Heath, Taylor,
Walton, Bell, Shepard and the Messrs.
Cooke, Hume, Cooke, Denmeade, Good?
win. Dobie and Sh ft
i In Thursday morning the Misses
Allyn, l-'erebee and Chamberlain gave
a most charming party. The room was
prettily decorated with cut (lowers nnd
ferns. The guests were Misses Heath,
Perebee, Cook, Walton. Allyn, Cham?
berlain. B., Chamberlain, Wilson. Boy?
kln. Saunders, R., Cooke, Mesdames
nklns, Webster nnd Blanche. Miss
Mabel Allyn won the first prize, a
lovely pair of sleeve links. Miss Saun?
ders won the consolation, n box of
Huyler's bonbons. Miss Rose Cooke
won the booby, a. large stick of candy,
:i d with red and white ribbon.
Miss Nina Boykln's lea Thursday aft?
ernoon was the prettiest affair of the
kind given this season. The room was
prettily decorated with wild Mowers
ai d ferns, and delicious tea-punch and
mufllna were served during the after?
noon. Mr. Bryant's musical was great?
ly enjoyed by a few social friends last
Tuesday evening. Mr. Bryant's voice Is
lucre beautiful this season than ever,
and his selections were exquisite.
The arrivals of the past week ?.vcr?:
Mr. W. J. Crawford and ,T. Edwards,
Kentucky; Colonel George W. Taylor,
R. B. Cooke. Mr. and Mrs. Danev. W.
Dev. W. II. Taylor, of Norfolk; F. E.
Klnsey, or Georgia; II. w. Supplce, of
Pennsylvania; Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, of
Maryland: .1. 11. Hume, Captain Rey?
nolds, the Misses Kirns, of Portsmouth;
J. E. Cat!In and wife, of North Caro?
lina; S. I?. Beynolds. and Mrs. D. M.
Curtis, of Newport News; Mrs. P. s.
Powers, Mrs. Cabcll Tabb, F. l>. Dunn,
of Richmond; .1. Brown and wife, Penn?
sylvania; Mrs. and Misses Mollohan, of
BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS.
CHARMING VISITORS PROM NOR?
FOLK AND PORTSMl IUTH.
(Special to Virginian-Pilot.)
Flue RldgC Spring:--. Va.. Ang 10.?The
famous Fine Ridge Springs is now at
the height of its season, and visitors
continue to pour Jn on every train.
Rarely does one find such a combina?
tion as here, Gaiety, charming society,
good cuisine, line \vat< r, and invigorat?
ing climate. Germans, whist, 'euchre,
bowling parties, vaudeville shows, etc.,
are among the amusements that have
entertained the guests during the past
week. On a recent morning Mrs. Griffin,
of Portsmouth, gave n generous melon
feast to the guests, which was thor?
There have been several lovely gcr
mans at this place, but not one more
enjoyable than tli.it which was glv< :i on
yesterday morning by M Bsrs. Rober
son, W. s. and J. .1. Morrison, of Dan
vllle, and j. G. Pleasants. of Lynch?
b?rg. It was led by Mr. Roberson and
Miss Comm. of Florida, The figures
were Intricate and beautiful.
The taekie party and cake walk,
whit h came off last evening and at?
tracted about two hundred spectators
to the scene of merriment, was a. howl?
ing success. The cos tunics of many of
the belles and beaux were taekie to
the highest degree, nnd the varied steps
In the cake walk were ludicrous in the
extreme. After a close contest the
judges, Mr. Winston, of Richmond; Mr.
Peers, of Appomattox: Mr. Brennman,
of Baltimore, awarded the beautiful
cake to Miss Movely. of Richmond, and
Mr. I.igon. of Ferford. ami for the
tackiest costume, Mrs. Elliott, of
JContlnued an Twelfth Paxe.X
172 Church St., Near Main
The Only Trunk House
In the City. |
All Trunks sold by us kept in re?
pair free of charge for one year.
We mark names on Trunks and
Brass corners and clamps, iron bot?
tom, 2-solc leather straps,
Leather, Russet or Olive Steel Frame,
22-inch, 3-75 ; 24-inch, ?4 00.
An immense stock of all kinds of
Tourists' Supplies and Leather Novel?
ties. Also a large assortment of
Ladies' and Men's' Pocketbooks and
Card Cases. _
HorfiHl Tranjt Factory,
E. L. MAYER. WM. M. WHALEY.
Manufacturers* Agents, Importer* ana
arc! supplies. Tools. Shafting anC Pulleys.
Engines und Boilers, Pumps, Injectors,
Svphones, Hose, Iron Pipo and Kltt;ngs,
Valves, Cocks. &c. Saws, Rafting Goar,
Itolts. Nuts. Washers, Hcltlng. Packing,
Waste Ito.i. Steel, Nails. Oil', Cordags.
Wo guarantee the quality of our goods
nnd also promI>t delivery, and with in?
creased facilities wo aro prepared to me?t
all competitors. Inquiries and orders so?
m COMMERCIAL. PLACK.
Norfolk Iron Works,
GEO. W. DUVAL & CO.,
NO. 15 WATER STREET. NORFOLK.
ENGINES. EOILKR.S, SAWMILL and
all kinds of machinery of the most Im?
proved patterns'. Also repairing at ilia
bhorlest notice. Particular attention to
steamboat work. di:vai;s PATENT
BOILER TL RE FERRULES are ttia
only perfect remrdy for leaky holier
tubes. They can be Inserted in a few
minutes by any engineer, and are war?
ranted to stop leaks.
THE HENRY WALKE CO,.
And Railroad Supplies,
HARDWARE AND SHIP CHANDLERY
"fXant" and "Giant Tinner," leather
Belting, "Giant," "Granite," and "Siiaw
nut" Rubber Belting.
Agent for Knowles" Steam Pumping
W.H. TAYLOR & CO.,
224 Water Street,
RAILROAD. STLAMROAT AND MILL
Agents for this section for the sal* of
Graten & Knight's Leather Belting. Nev.
York Belting and Packing Company's
Rubber Goods. Knowlto.Vs Patent Pack?
ing. Snow Steam. Punip?, myj
ige mm sind iges.
PURE BALTIMORE CREAM.
Special prices for parlies ana excursions.
All the popular davor*. Orders taken for
delivery to any part of the city. We com?
pete with all prices nnd our Ice ?.'ream
and Ices are guaranteed to bo the best.
NORFOLK CB?DY KITCHEN,
Southern States Dionc C73.
JcL'O-? :i HANK ST.
272 Main Street.
Headquarters for the only genuine.
French Vienna nnd Homo Made Bread in
tho city. Fancy Cakes and .leL. Creams ot
every description known to the art.
Have you tried our sparkling Soda? All
syrups drawn Irom glass jars. Syrup
mado from fruit juices only. No extracts
used A trial will convince you.
In the Cafo you can bo served with all
I the delicacies of tho reason prcourcd by
Specialties each Saturday,
WATCH THE WlNDOWS._
ICE CREAM PARLOR
We can furntrh you with a hett?r nnd
cheaper cream than it is possiblu to get
elsewhere. Come and sample our cream
nnd Ret prices and ho convinced.
CHUKCH STREET. OPPOSITE HOLT.
BOTH PHONES, C13.
We Are Always Striving
To improve the quality
of our Cream ^ ^
Our Peach and Pineapple, undo
from the fruit, is delicious.
19 CHARLOTTE STREET.
Both 'phones, no.
Fresh Lend Piaster
in oil, pork and pine barrels.
Mo. 1 Rock Lime
JOHN 0. GftMflGE
BEST BY TESTS
"IMte Cement Wall Plaster."
Strictly HI?II GRADE Plastering ma?
terial f->r walls and celling. 1.000 TONS
use 1 On the best work In Norfolk and
vicinity. Superior In STRKXOTII,
II A It r> N B S S, DCBABIMTY and
FOB BALE BT
GAMAGE & WALLER,
12 TO IS PLUME ST.
COBB, BROS. & CO.,
155 MA IN ST., oppoMts Atlantic no'el.
Execute orders in cotton, grain, cither
on margin or buy and seil outright.
Privat* wire to New York. Chicago und
New Orleans. Corresp.oad.enco solicited.
? IN ?
Immense Assortment of
of every description to
select from. Every yard
laid tree of charge.
Great Assortment of
ROCKERS. CHAIRS. BOOKCASES,
COUCHES, FOLDING BEDS, &C.
Large Stock of
iron Beds and Cribs
All goods marked in plain
tig n res.
CASH OR CREDIT.
Pioneer Installment House,
3I9 and 321 Church St.
Store closes at 6 P. At,
Saturdays l? P. M.
by buying your Co^k Etovo direct from
the factory. We manufacture .some of the
best brands of Stoyea made, amongst
them the celebrated Fitz Leo Cook-Stoves
tmado In six sl^sl. They are unequalled
In baking qualities, durability, appear?
ance* nnd extra lar^e ovens. All Stoves
guaranteed. _ j
Write for catalogue and prices. . (! J ".
815 to 827 North Seventeeatti St,
myl7-we,fr,8u-ly " " ~"
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Bituminous, Toms Creek, Vir?
ginia, Anthracite, Penn?
The coal we handle is strictly uniform
and of Itrst-clasi quality.
Tngg & Wilmer
CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING AND 7-1S
Bit U Ii ?.non poitjuou*
t?ai"jlj f?r GoBufrba-*,
?IpUf. u a iw 1 q t . I d\T
tutmt*, or tor tafUtamt
Uon, Irritation of nlcerfc
?? tlot ot taucou* ir.-m
ItPs. <>r*neB. N?o-??ti lajcut.
Sold by DracstsU.
V not Id ?Um >[iiHr,
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