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SWEET CHALYBEATE. DELIGHTFUL GERMANS, PHAN? TOM HALLS AND FLIRTATIONS. (Special to Vlrginlan-Pllot.) Sweet Chalybeate, Va., Aug. 25.?Gen? erally the middle or August marks the height of the season at summer re? sorts at the Sweet Chalybeate this year has proved an exception to the rule, end each week has been filled with so? cial events of various kinds. Quite the prettiest german of the season was given Tuesday evening. Malden-halr fOrn formed the principal decoration, with large bunches of carnations hen snd there. Dainty prize figures and the lucky ones were the Misses Heath, Boy kin and Old; Messrs. Richter and Dey. Among the dancers were tho Misses Heath. Chamberlain, Allyn, Cooke, Taylor, Kirn. Carter. Marshall. Hume, Perebee, Old. Milliard. Old, Boykin, Exalt; Messrs. stielten, Old. Doble, Cooke. Reynolds, Hutae, Supplee, O'Brien. Dev. Pegram, Denmcad. Dunn. Short. Carney. Trotman and RlchU r. Chaperones were Mesdamea Cooke. O'Brien, Taylor, Boykin, Doble, Web? ster and Walton. The phantom ball Monday night was a distinct success and hugely en? joyed by all the dancers. Many were the flirtations carried on under the masks, but great was tiip disappoint? ment when time arrived for unmasking. Misses Mabel Allyn and Margaret Old entertained their friends delightful? ly Saturduy evening. The night was a glorious one, -and pretty Japanese lanterns added to the plcturesquencss of the scene. Those present were the Misses Fcrebee, Heath, Walton. Allyn. Fercbce, old. chamberlain, Saunders, Milliard, Leigh, Cooke. Marshall, and Messrs. Cooke, liable. Reynolds, Hum". Cooke, Pegram, Supplee, Shelton, Den mead. Dey, Short. Mrs. Webster chap? eroned. Mr. and Mrs. Grant gave their daugh? ter Miss ituth Grant u charming euchre parly Saturday evening. The suc? cessful players were tho Misses Shep pard and Mr, Simpson, while Miss Thai hclmcr and Mr. Hume carried off the ho.diy prizes. After the game a light supper was served, A delightful card party was given on the lawn Friday morning by Miss Saun? ders, of Newport News. Miss Saun? ders' guests were the Misses Heath, Walton, Old, Perebee. Allyn, Simpson. Miss Boykin won first prize, a paper cutter .and Miss Heath the second prize ,a lovely cup and saucer. After the Kanie lunch was served under the tri es. Mr. Henry Cooke, of Baltimore, gave a delightful dinner Wednesday to the Misses Lewis, of Lyusldc. Those pres? ent were the Misses Heath. Kerebee, Old. Thorn. Cooke and DennV2<lde. Friday nlKht an informal inarshmal low roast was given by Miss Dyers. Miss Byers" guests were Misses Mar? shall, O'Connor, Exall, Leigh, Taylor. Kirn, and Messrs. Shelton, Cooke, Sup? plee, O'Brien. Chaperoned by Mesdamea Eaklc and Catlln. Mrs. R. B. Cooke gave a delightful seven-hand ruehro party Thursday morning. The players were Mesdames Taylor, Boykin, Doble, Gwatkins and Cooke and Leigh. Mrs. Cooke won the prize, a lovely pin. Miss Landon Walton and Miss Kitty Heath, of Norfolk, gave a delightful bnwding party Wednesday evening. The players were: The Misses Old, Cham berlinn, Milliard, Allyn, Saunders, Leigh, Perebee, Cooke. Kerebee, Old, Allyn, Pegram, and the Medames Jen? kins, Blanche and 8crlvenor. Miss Leigh won the llrst prize, n cut-glass cologne bottle. Miss Kerebee won the second prize, a silver stick pin, 'and Mrs. Scrlvenor won the booby, a pip, Slgnor Infante and wife, of the Chil? ian Legation .left Friday morning for Washington. AMONG NELSON HILLS. GAIETY AT THE BUFFALO RIDGE SPRINGS. Nelson, Aug. 2d.?It is In the stillness of the evening, when the shadow's slow? ly, softly gather on the lawn, that the lovers may be seen stealing forth for their la:U tete-a-tete. Suoh nights! Csvota days .its we are having! No time for sueb lame amusements as card playing and bowling on mornings like these, when tj>? very air breathes of |ove and freedom, But away we hie, to the mountains, fields und meadows, for loon we know these tste-a-tctes, these gypsyfngs, with fcrn-flll*4 baskets, must join the dear delights of y?ri<, and only live in memory's casket. How full we are crowding these Att gusl days, that are fast slipping away from IIS. The heigh: of the season, the best Buffalo has enjoyed for many jummers, la already here, though the jllmnx is yet to be reached in the "Ladies' fancy dress ball," to take place on Friday night. A PROSPEROUS SEASON. The Buffalo Ridge has a capac ity, When full, to entertain 2(10 persons. It lias had a prosperous season this year, l|nd has been comfortably lllled during ?Jie past week, Its curative waters liave received highest endorsement from physicians and Invalids, who have b. en benefltfed by their use. For indi? gestion, in all of Its protean phases, they almost prove a specific. They also give relief In many other bodily ali? ments. It is probable that more persons fre? quent this place in Search of pleasure ihan of health. For perfect res;, quiet enjoyment, or reasonable gayety, it would he-hard to find its superior. There are now here scores of gallant beaux and maidens fair, who are us? ually found sitting or strolling In itouplcH, with the sign prominent that no addition to that company Is desned. Friday night Hon. Thomas J. Agee, who is one of the guests, gave a hay ride ti? all the young people, chape roned by Mrs. ThQinas Agee, Mrs. Eliz? abeth Klrtpatrlck. Mrs. j. u. Bransford and Mrs. J. W. Colbi rt. The ball-room is every night a scene of brilliant gayety, and tho dancing goes on till the witching hour of mid? night calls a halt. We hear many rumors of prize parlies (whatever they are) given by the young ladies, and they must be very enjoya? ble, to judge from the sounds of "revelry by night," and the "music in the air." Riding nnd driving parties are still the order of the day. while ten-pins and other games serve to make the hours <ly by on golden wings. The weather here is truly delightful, and the walking parties are enjoying Hie tramp over these beautiful moun? tains: the "Switzerland of America" Is a much hackneyed expression, but it eertalnly applies to this exquisite \ a - ??v? which is described by one o? Us eloquent citizens as "the loveliest dim? ple on the face of nature." BEAUTIFUL YOUNG GIRLS. Among the new additions to the ranks of beautiful girls one finds Miss Leahy, of Richmond; .Miss George, of Mobil", and Miss Mundy, of Amtierst. Buffalo Ridge Springs has become famous for lovelv women, and .Miss Leahy irf as? suredly a striking addition to the num? ber already here. Wt have been abused roundly for giving private opinions In public of beautiful women: but we will take a hit mote if only permitted tq say that no one comes here who does no', see at once and remark upon the great beauty of Mrs. Bransford, of Lynch ou.-g. This lady has snowy hair, but hot face la that or a girl <>f 20. Miss Margaret Leahy, of Richmond, is one of the distinguish' l and favorite guests here now. Miss Leahy is n love? ly woman, approachable, perfectly an Burcd In her position, and eminently a representative Southern lady. Take her to-nlKht, for instance; what an honor she Is to any summer resort; quiet, dignified; railed In her heavy black silk and Jet. with the most su? perb diamonds trying vainly to out? shine her eyes. Miss Leahy is magnifi? cent. NEW GUESTS. Mr.. L. <'. Talbot, Lynchburg, Va.; Mr. R. r, Anderson, Danville, Va.; I?r. John Scott ami daughter, Miss Kath crlnc, Gordonsvillc, Vn.; Mr. J. W. Bransford, Lynchburg, Va.; Mr. Frank Agce, Lynchburg, Va.; Mr. J, Bradford Colbi r;, Portsmouth, Va.; Miss Par thenin George, Mobile Ala.; Misses .Maud and Ethel Lawson, Brookneal, Va.; Miss Mary Ella wllklns. Prlhci pai of the Mary Agnes Institute, Brookr ncal. V.l.: MI? Kate Cturk, Mr. Dqug las Ward, Mrs. Bessie Clark, Lynch burg, Vn.; Misses Cynthia and Mar? garet Leahy. Richmond, Va,; Mrs. Douglas Ward. Lynchburg, Va.! Mrs. J. \V. Bransford, Mrs. H. T. Sllvor thorh, Lynchburg, Va.; Mrs. J. \v. Colberl and daughter, Portsmouth, Va.; Mrs. O. <?. Rhen and daughter, Mies Nellie Kelllnnn, Northampton, Va.; Mr. .1, C. Bornlo, Washington, 1). ?'.: Mr. A. H. Montelth, Jr., Columbia, s. r.. Mrs. w. A. Price, Brookneal, Va.; Mr. Wclford Kelly, Richmond, Va. CROCKETT'S SPRINGS. NO ABATEMENT OP ENJOYABLE FUNCTK i.NH HERE. Crockctts Springs, Va? Aug. 25.?The past week lias witnessed no abatement of the enjoyable functions that have all along characterised the * ?ei.il program at Croi ketts during the s as.iii uf lv'.'!?. While the reign of Terpsichore has been but seldom disturbed In the even? ing, card parties have been the principal sources of diversion in the morning. One of these delightful affairs was given Monday night, however, by a popular married lady. All who were bidden en? joyed themselves to the fullest exient, even though perforce u couple of ill starred young men tied for that em? blem id' defeat commonly called the booby prize. Dr. Colcman, the resident physician, and Mr. Ed. Tatcm, of Larehmont, N. Y., were the unlucky players in question. The booby was finally awarded to Pr. Coleman, who Is by no means proud of the trophy, Mrs. John 10. Towncs, of Petersburg, won the ladles' booby. Mr. Walter Jamoa, of Roanoke, as usual, captured the gentlemen's lirst prixe, while to Mr. Schloss, uf Richmond, was presented the prize selected for the successful feminine participant. Immediately fol? lowing the affair Mrs. Susan C. Tatem, of Larehmont, X. Y.. extended invita? tions to a like function to be given Tuesday morning at her foliage-em? bowered cottage that dots the mountain slope. The party was complimentary to her guests, Miss Sue Hurst Russell, Miss Kathcrln ? A. s. McCurly, two win? some and cultured young Indies from Baltimore. Mil. A goodly company of players nspembled and contested in a spirit of generous rivalry for the prises. The tables were placed in position on the veranda, and while the game went merrily on the refreshing breezes from the mountain fanned the faces of the players. Mrs. Charles I.. Holland, of Danville, and Mr. .lohn B. Levy, ot Bal? timore, were the recipients respectively of the ladies' und gentlemen's prlxes. I luring th>' party the choicest bonbons wore served. The guests, with glad ac? claim, voted M6 Affair a great success. On Wednesday morning Mr. nnd Mrs. ?lohn lt. Levy, of Baltimore, in honor of their friend, Mis* Sarah Curtis, who also resides in the Monumental City, tendered their mutual friends another card party vthlch proved an OC iasioil of great enjoyment. Mrs. Susan Tatem, of Larehmont, X. Y., won the lad es' prize, with Mi.-s Ransome as proxlne aceesslt. Mr. Jameson captured the gentlero.ui's prize, with Mr. lid. Tatem ?as next has?.. A Lay rlila to Allc?hany Springs on Tuesday nicht, chaperoned by Mis. Schloss, of Rlchnwmd, was participated mi by about a dozen of the young guests, it was an cvaai of genuine pleasure. The hay-riders disembarked at Alleghany Springs and nan de the welkin ring, with ear-splitting war whoops which have long since been adopted as tiie official cry of the co journcrs at Crockctts. Mrs. John Meley and her daughter, Mrs. Warrlngton, left for their home in the City by the Sea Thursday morn? ing. Their departure was accompanied by oxpre.-slons of sincere regret by everyone. To listen nightly t.> Mrs. Worrlngton's exquisite voice was one of tho rarest pleasures to which flic guests there have been treated. On account of the accident to Mr. ,T. L. Camp, of Franklin, Va.. his family, who have been here domiciled in a cottage for several weeks, were sum? moned home quite suddenly yesterday, muoh to the regret of all who had met them. THE MONTGOMERY WHITE. (Speoial to Virginian-Pilot.) Montgomery Springs I'. O., Va.. Au? gust 26.?The sumach is a beautiful red and the first of the golden rod Is to be seon In the f^nce corners. These heralds of an early Autumn are here and already coats and capes are mak? ing their appearance nights and morn? ings! The cool crisp air is s > invigor? ating that the hitherto stay-at-homes are donning short dres^e?, comfortable shoes nnd with alpen ?stock in hand wandering in congenial groups to dis? tant objects of Interest. The Juotwolsque Cascades nnd the old mill, mar Bhawsvllle, are particu? larly popular haunts. The camera is always In evidence and but for the fact that half of the amateurs' pictures never material::'..-', prudent mammas miurht question the pr^uiietv of their daughters in snapped" with or without provoca (Ion, for 'tis true, you know, that the beauties of nature are never seen when a pretty girl Is around. Although the season is well on. the crowd here continues about the same, ono day a face here or there may be missed, hut by the next morning a new conu : lias Idled the gap and introduc? tions are soon in order. Tuesday evening a large progressive euchri party was given in the spacious parlors. The prizes ami refreshments came H en Uoanokc, Mesdamea Mitch? ell an ! Harr.s.m having made a spe? cial trip In eider to make the pur? chases. The score-cards were dainty white stars for the men and green clov? r leaves for the ladies. The nap? kins and table clothes also carried out the color scheme, green and white. The prizes were very choice: a hand? some china tete-a-tete set. pin tray, e 'IT; e cup. large va-;c .if exquisite work? manship and water-color painting. Miss Williams and Mr. Martin, both Of Norfolk; Mrs. MiXOtl, of Mobile; Mrs. M sbrot, of Houston, and Miss Parrptt, of Columbus, wire the prise-winners. Wednesday night the usual german lakes place, and. as has been the case, a crowd from the Yellow will attend. A bowling and lemonade party was enjoyed by a number of young ladles and gentlemen Wednesday morning. Mrs. C. E. Richardson, of Ports? mouth, gave sweet little Miss Dimple Bennett a candy hunt on the lawn Wednesday afternoon. Prom the bright and happy laces and the volume of noise It was easy to imagine the af? fair a great su tccss. All have voted Miss Dimple a moat charming, and fairy-like hostess. Exeursl ins t i all points near by are now in order: some arc to drive over to Allegheny Cro kctts, Mountain Lake, while others are going to take ad vantage of ihe very cheap excursion over the Norfolk and Western to Luruy and Natural Bridge. ALLEGHANY SPRINGS A CHILDREN'S BALL THAT GLAD KX KD ALI. HEARTS. Alleghany Springs, Va., Aug. 2C.?By far the most be- utlful event of the Reason, and certainly the longest to bi remembered, was the children's ball, which look place On last Friday night. The fun those children had'. My! they went at it in good earnest; and what fun for the elders watching them! When the flock of airy fairies marched into the- ball-room no more beautiful picture could be found. TDK CHARACTERS. They were all there and all were dancing except ihe youngest two, little Miss Krane s Carrington, n La France Rose, and Klght-Months-O'.d Miss Avil Freeman, as a pink forget-me-not. Elbert Fowler was splendid as Prince Charming, in a costume of blue ctoll and real lace. Avis Grant was beau? tiful as Babine, In "The Little Min? ister." Every detail of her costume was perfect. Orlando Weinple was a handsome gentleman of the period. Jessie Whltchurst, an an Alsatian peas? ant, looked prettier than we had ever seen her. Richard Peake was an ex? cellent Baldy Sours. Sailie Pugh, in a dainty costume of blue silk, was bright and piquant ns Marie Antoinette. Dan Colhoun was simply irresistible in red. while and blue, as Uncle Samuel Jono than. Hortense Lebeck was a shy Japanese maiden, and Irma Lebeck, a beautiful butterfly, was everywhere dancing with the enthusiasm that char? acterises evi rything she docs, Aubrey Cownn was the fun-loving Jessica, Vaugn Camp? a yellow silk beam in a costume of yellow ?lik. Mary K?ster was dainty ns could be as a Marguerite. Vou can't imagine a daintier mother goose than dear little Sarah Byrne. Ellen Kersey, In a white orgnpdlc, trim? med in brown-eyed Susans, made a lovely picture with her golden curls falling over her shoulders. Jennie Louise Colhoun was an ideal Bopeep, In a picturesque costume, with her shepherd's crook and ihe most ooquet tish of hats-. More than one person re marked In passing: "What a beauti? ful child:" We shall never forget little Jeanette Cowan, the daintiest, fairest of butterllles, with the most beautiful gauzy wings. Beatrice Colhoun was a real queen of hearts, who will some day make the laddies tremble at her smile. Gertrude Boatwright, as a co? lonial dame, brought vividly to mind a picture of "ye olden times." Lilian Wells was .-.n exquisite Mower girl, Renee Michael, a little fern maid, was grace personified, cen t you Imagine how fairy-like she was In a costume of ferns? Then I can't tell'you, for more than once 1 have been tempted to run away, and leave this week's gayetica untold. Even my pen has caught the Infection, and has been like a "jig on a nddler." Beautiful as was the exquisite cos? tume of white organdie, trimmed In La France roses, ruffles of roses, a corsage of roses and a belt of roses, won by Louise Watson, it was nothing com? pared to the beauty of the wearer. No; we will not forget you. little blue for get-mo-not, Miss Antionofte Camp Marshall Pinnlx was?we really forgei What, and here are several others, whore cost nines, somehow, did not get Into -Mir memory: Joseph M lulton, Glad) > Moulton, Walker Leach nnd lathers. Oscar Barney was a gallant Knight < r ihe Garter, graceful, daring nnd chivalrous. Charley Colhoun look? ed desperate as .lack, the (iiant Killer. Robert Colhoun was a model Turk. Junius Poake was a perfect little Jap, nnd Taylor Peake n jockey, Oh, what a beautiful little Boy Blue was James Spencer, and what a handsome Conns of Monte Christo was Robert Cowan! Two of the very best were: Harris Seed, handsome as a picture, in an exquisite costume of lace, lavender and ?yellow satin, as Beau Brummcll; and his little brother. Clinton, very much in evidence as a clown?so excruciating funny, and yet *o grave and dignified that we had eyes f.-r n i one else when he was near. Then we musl not forget our liitie naval officer, Robert Lovetf, with his manly air and beautiful! earnest face. CAKE WALK. After the most beautiful march, and after the lancers were danced, Texas Pete, Pierre Michel and Ambe; lin t Snow. Stella Colhoun, two of the very brightest and cunningest characters, ? lanced the cake-walk In a most be? witching way. Their audience was cer? tainly bewitched, for again ;?.::.! again the fairy dancers were encored, ar.d again and again they, entered into the dunce with all the exuberance of spirits belonging to healthy childhood. Hl'LA BALLOO. A happier party was never seen. They danced unwearledly, till the music trailed off into the strains of the !asi waits, Thep the jangle of the supper bcll bioke up the ball; and to the most inspiring strains of music the little folk." marched Into the dining-room, where, through the kindness of C?pt. and Mrs. Colhoun, an elegant supper awaited them?and, oh. such a supper! You sh lUld have seen the lllght of spec t it ?ra as this gleaming company moved along. Why, all the mothers, aunties, uncles and cousins, all the chaperoncs and nil the dozing papas, followed pell well to the dining-room, there to watch the little folks enjoy themselves. Yea, sir; and they enjoyed it, too. THE RQANOKE RED. THE BEAUTIFUL FAVOR GERMAN* OF WEDNESDAY. (Spc< lal to Virginian-Pilot.) Catawba, Va., August 25.?Last night the young men gave a hiuh-elnss "fa vor german, and to Mr. Lewis Lang horn, of Salem, is .lue its success. II? was Indefatigable in his efforts to se? cure it, for he directed the whole thing. The favors were of the latest fashion and were in abundance. The ball-room seemed metamorphosed into a bower of (lowers and evergreens, shaded with beautiful candles. The "?Red," always spotli 38 Pi every department, but Ike. its porter, did himself proud In having the ball-room so highly polished that the dancers glided through the figures as if on lue. Every newest figure was danced and with beauty and chivalry galore, surely no german to come can ever excel ours of August 23d, 1>99. At 1. o'clock a claret freeze was served with other refreshments, and a: ?i o'clock we all retired with happy thoughts of cur beautiful "favor ger? man." Eighteen couples danced, led by Mr. Lewis Longhorn, ol Salem, with Miss Barrio, of Virginia. We also saw Mr. George Logan.Vlrglnla, with Miss Mar sails, Xew Yoik city: Mr. Krank Nelms, Roanokc, with Miss Chapman, 'the Red: Mr. Thomas Hughes, Haiti more. \\i;h Miss Flora Berry, Texas; Mr. flay Chapman, the Red, with Miss Bessie Htighes, Baltimore; Mr. W. W. Bollard, Virginia, with Miss Rebecca Henderson, Virginia; Mr, T. !,. Mar sails, New York, with Miss Margey Lo Ran. Virginia: Mr. Frank Wiley. Vir? ginia, with Miss Rachel Henderson, Vlrglhln; Mr. Lester Markham, Ports? mouth, with Miss 12m. Chapman; Mr. S. Ronner with Miss Johnston, "Vir? ginia; Mr. Deyerlo, Virginia, with Miss .lane Johnston, Virginia, with others. I>r. R. M. Wiley. Dr. Jerome Carr, Mr. Ashlon Tlnslcy end Me. Hunt tr Mull^r ditnoed as stag-*. The ladies presiding at the 'favor" tables were: Mrs. 'I'. .1. Mnrsalls, Xew York: Mrs. Harry Constable. Mrs. Y. T. Berry, Texas: Mrs-. L. C. Mason. Maryland. The chnperones were: Mrs. Harry Brooks, Suffolk: Mrs. F. C. Cnrruth, Louisiana; Mr. H. (.'. Graham, Arkan? sas: Mrs. P. C. Shanks. Virginia: Mrs. S. i). LeBlano, Louisiana. A. H. O. iiiiAMirti:. ELKS WHO MAY ATTEND FIRE M EN'S COX VENTI0X. T5o.mr.ke Va., Aug. IS.?J.imea MC? Fall, secretary of Roanoke Lodge, No. 197, is sending out a circular letter which contains Information of Interest to those who will attend the Siate Fire men'fl Association convention, which convenes In the Magic City next month. The letter follows: Roanoke. Va., August 22. IS99. To All Brother Elks?Greeting: This lodge will give a "social session" In honor of all visiting Elk* during the meeting of ihe Virginia Slate Firemen's Association in this city September 27th, L'Sth and 20th next. It in t'ne desire of us all to make the may of our guests a most pleasant, one. especially the brethren of the untlcivd tribe. I Try to bo with us. Fraternally yours, JAS. M KALL, Secretary; Slightest Labor Weary You ? 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