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Washington advices say the Japanese
government was both surprised and dis?
gusted when information of the signing
of tho Hawaiian annexation treaty was
received at Tokio, all of which rather
helps to substantiate the rumor that the
little Japs were preparing to scoop down
upon the islands and appropriate them as
a part of their empire.
The terrible tornado is making its
deadly power felt in countries heretofore
regarded as cut of its range. On the 18th
instant, one of these gyrating terrors vis?
ited the outskirts of Paris, France, caus?
ing the death of twelve persons, and In?
juring about fifty others. Tho danger
to property was likewise very great.
It is stated in London that soon after
the jubilee Queen Victoria, on account of
her failing eyesight and other physical
infirmities, will abdicate in favor of the
Prince of Wales, but power being some?
thing all mortals will cling to until the
last, it is by no means certain that the
good queen will relinquish the authority
which she knows so well how to use.
It is consoling to reflect while nearly
everything imported is taxed, that mat?
ting has been put on the Iree list. This
will not, however,increase the popularity
of the present administration with the
women of the country, as it was effected
wholly through tho efforts of the Demo?
cratic minority in the Senate. If the
House should kill the amendment in con?
ference, it would be a sad blow to house?
keepers of the United States.
The Pressmen's convention at Detroit,
Michigan, just before adjourning adopted
a strong resolution condemning the civil
service rules In the Government Printing
Office ?t Washington, and the board of
directors were authorized to petition Con?
gress for a reversal of the methods now
applied to skilled labor in the depart?
ments. It is expected that much of the
civil service humbug will be doDe away I
with during the McKinley administration
and thereby pave the way for more
sweeping changes when Bryan is elected
The stockholders of the Maritime Ca
:.al Company of Nicaragua, at a meeting
in New York city on the 19th instant,
voted to issue as required over $150,000,
000 in 5 per cent cold bonds, payable July
1, 100G. The statement of President Ilich
cock as to the present status of the com?
pany was regarded as'very encouraging.
From this it would appear that the canal
company will not wait any longer for the
United States government to guarantee
its bonds; but will go on with the work
and push It forward to completion.
The Japanese minister at Washington '
is said to lie seriously offended with the
course of Secretary Sherman in neglect?
ing to inform him of the Hawaiian treaty
when Great Utitain and other govern?
ments were notiOed that the document
was about to be signed,. It begins to look
like Japan had serious designs upon the
islands and Las been balked by the prompt
action of the administration in preparing
to annex them to the United States. If
the Orientals arc spoiling for a fight Un?
cle Saia can accommodate them and give
them all they want in a short time.
Secretary Sherman has stopped all re?
ports of his intended resignaton by as?
serting emphatically that he has no idea
of doing so. This is thoroughly charac?
teristic of the Ohio statesman, who has
never been known to give tip agootl thing
unless it was to get something better.
As Assistant Secretary of State Day is |
able to do most of the wark falling upon
the head of the department t here is no j
Deed for Secretary Sherman to worry
himself, especially since he has already
done enough for his party to entitle him
to retirement upon a pension.
Pacific coast and Western State politic
ians have not as yet received much ricog- '
nition in the way of foreign appointments. ;
but are looking after their interests with !
wide open eyes. Senator McBride and
Representatives Ellis and Tougee.of Ore?
gon, informed tho President Saturday
Much in Little
Is especially/ true of Hood's rills, for no medi?
cine ever contained so great curative power in
so small space. They arc a whole medicine
ehest, always ready, al?
ways efficient, always sat?
isfactory; prevent a cold
or fever, cure all liver ills,
sick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. asc.
Tho only Pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparillu.
* (rxiutY DAVJS1.)
A Strre and Safe Reroedy In every case
and ?very kiud of Bowel Complaint la
This Is a truo statement and It can't be
made too strong or too ompbatic
It Is a simple, s&fo and quick euro for
Cramps, Cough, Rhoumatlsm,
Colic, Colds, Neuralgia,
Diarrhoea, Croup, Toothache.
TWO SIZES, 35c. and BOc.
that they had some good men wanting
consulates, and he promised to help them
nil he could. Col. John S. Mosby will,
also get a good position of that character
in China or South America. President
McKinley Bcems to have much more re?
gard for the party that elected him than
tho great Qrover did.
Ex-Queen Llliuokalani has formally
protested atra'nstthe annexation of Haw
ail by tho United States, and it is be?
lieved In many quarters that ?die has been
plotting for her restoration to 'power un?
der a Japanese protectorate. As the au?
thority of the ex queen has been over?
thrown for several years it would seem
to bo much better policy for her to quietly
submit to the Inevitable. In that case
Congress might vote her a reasonable pen?
sion; but if sho puts on too manv airs,
public opinion in this country will decide
that she is not entitled to anything, and
her last state will be much worse than
Tho hope held out in Washington of re
viviug the arbitration treaty with Great
Britain has very little foundation to rest
upon. The same Senate that defeated the
one prepared by Mr. Olney and Lord Sal?
isbury stands ready to smash any that may
be brought forwnrd into fragments. An?
glophobia seems to rule the roost in the
"American House of Lords," which inter?
preted means a wholesome regard for the
Irish vote. By a strange process of "ad?
vancement," or retrogression, rather, the
Senate of the United States seems to be
much less conservative than tho House
of Representatives, who come directly
from the people. In the matter of Cuban
belligerency and in the arbitration treaty
with (treat Britain, the members of the
first named body have far outstripped
those of tho lower House in their demands
for an aggressive American policy, and
but for the restraining inlluenco of the
President, there is no knowing what their
jingoism would lead to.
The celebration of tho sixtieth anniver?
sary of the reign of Queen Victoria which
began on the 2()th instant is occupying
the attention of subjects of the British
Empire in all parts of the globe. While
some of the greatest events in the history
of the world have taken place during the
reign of the Queen it is an illustrious ex?
ample of all the gruces and virtues of
womanhood that Her Majesty has won
the admiration and respect of all the
world. Through all the complicated ways
of diplomacy she has proven herself a
steadfrtst"friend of the American people,
and it is said in her praise that on more
than one occasion she has by her tact and
judgment prevented war between Eng?
land and the United States. All honor
to the British Queen. May she live many
more years to foster aud encourap.e all
the. domestic virtues, by her example and
rule the great empire of which she is the
head with the liberality anil justice that
has marked her course since her corona?
Washington corresponilents are still
busy outlining a Cuban policy for Pres?
ident McKinley; but as theOhioXapoleon
has his own way of doing things some?
times be may disappoint all of these wise?
acres by doing exactly the opposite of
what they predict. It is now said that
Geneial Woodford, the newly appointed
minister to Spain, when he enters upon
his duties about a month from now, will
use his best endeavors to bring the Cuban
war to an end on tho basis of autonomy
for the people of the island and a division
of the war debt between the colony and
the mother country. The belief is fur?
ther expressed thai Spain will consent
to such an agreement; but as the Cuban
revolutionists have [all along insisted
on absolute independence, it Is more than
probable that they will refuse to accept
any such settlement. In that event the
United States government will probably
allow the combatants to continue the
conflict without any further attempt at
Breakfast, 26 cents; dinner. 25 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) j^l. J.
JUST RECEIVED?200 pounds old
fashioned Marsh Mallows, the best: good
for sore throat. In half-pound boxes, -J0
cents: one-pound boxes, -10 cents J. J.
If you once use it you will never again
be without it. Pond's Extract is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains.
Bread, Rolls,Cinnamon Buns,hot every
evening. J. J. Catogni.
WHY JACK AND JILL KELL DOWN.
Jack and Jill went tip the hill
To fetch a pall of Iva tor
To quench a fire in papa's st?r?;?
A thing they hadn't oughter.
For papa was so well Insured
Ho didn't want the water?
Ho knocked poor Jack and Jill right
And collected shortly arter.
Jack and Jill's father carried insurance
in companies represented by LAXIER
CRAY, Real Estate, Rental and Instil;
nnce agent. No. Il l Campbell avenue w.;
therefore he knew ho would get his
Bread,Rolls,Cinnamon Buns, hot every
evening. J. J. Catogni
FOR A NEW PRISON,
Many Reasons Why Roanoke is the
" Proper Place,
Mr. O. L. Stcarr.es, of Salem, writes
the following letter to a Roanoke citizen,
relative to the move to secure the erection
here of a new State penitentiary. Mr.
Stearnes gives excellent reasons why
Roanoke should be selected. Following
is the letter:
Mr. L. E. Lookablll, Roanoke, Va.:
Dear Sir: In reply to your inquiries,
etc., it is gratifying to note that here and
there throughout Jthe Old Dominion our
people are awakening to the absolute need
of enlarged and new and better prison
quarters for the convicts of the State; and
that, to meet this necessity, some of Roa
noke's progressive business men are dis?
cussing with increasing interest the prop?
osition to locate a second State prison at
Roanoke. I shall be glad to give any fur?
ther information I possess.
In my article In The Times of February
12th last, I referred to the present over?
crowded condition of our convicts in Rich?
mond, and the pressing need of a new and
modern cell building there, besides more
suitable hospital facilities, and new laun?
dry and cooking quarters.
A new State prison is a necessity. Hu
1 mauity demands this. No one will deny
that a grave condition confronts us, and
the fair nameof old Virginia requires that
it be met with due regard for convenience,
cost, economic advantages,and the mater?
ial welfare of tho Stato.
THE PRESENT STRUCTURE
in which the male convicts are confined,
built long before the war.is entirely inad?
equate to the needs of a modern prison.
It was never intended to accommodate
more than half the numbor.who are at
present crowded like cattle Into those
miserable, antiquated colls. There were
five hundred and seventy-eight convicts
sent to our penitentiary last year. For
varied reasons the terms of many are
shortened every year, while many are
pardoned outright. They get rid of them
for every possible reason. Epidemics
have from time to time spread havoc in
tho prison, aggravated by their crowded
condition, and the lack of decent facilities
for nursing and looking after the sick.
Yet wo have to day more tbnu sixteen
hundred State convicts, and their num?
ber is steadily growing. In the last year
they have earned their maintenance, aud
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
to the 6tat3 besides. Let this surplus,
supplemented by the labor of the convicts
as far as possible, be used for the build?
ing of the new prison, and no additional
burden need be laid upon the tax-payers
of the State
During the last session of tho Legisla?
ture' it was stated that to properly en?
large anil equip the penitentiary adequate
to Its requirements upon the i resent re?
stricted site, would cost the State some?
thing like two hundred thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars of this amount
would provide the necessiuy facilities aud
equip the present prison suited to the
needs of six to eight hundred Inmates,
the number originally intended to be con?
fined there. The balance of that sum of
money would be ample to purchase a site,
und erect a new prison capable of nccom
I modating eight hundred to a thousand
prisoners. Other States similarly situ?
ated have adopted the double systems of
prisons to their financial benefit, and to
the improvement of the health and morals
of the convicts as well.
The penitentiary at Richmond is central
to the eastern part of the State, but is
not economically located for the State as
a whole. A new and better plant can be
built in the western part of tho State for
what it would cost to tear down and en?
large the buildings upon the present site
and make them adequate to the needs of
the number now confined there.
WHY LOCATE A NEW STATE PRISON
AT ROANOKE ?
Because by reason of its situation and
railroad facilities, it is as convenient and
central to the western portion of the State
as Richmond is to the eastern. On the
north, east, south and west of Roauoke
near the railroad lines are several exeel
| lent sites. Such a location in or near the
limits of the city, with one of the largo
farms adjoining, would combine the ad?
vantages of both 'the present prison at
Richmond and the State convict farm in
WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES TO
THE STATE FROM TWO PRISONS *
1. By dividing our convicts, the expen?
diture of a relatively small sum of money
wou'd relieve the crowded, unhealthy,un?
sanitary condition of the present prison,
j and equip; it properly and in keeping
j with the needs.
2. The saving in cost of transportation
j of convicts from the western half of the
State to Roanoke would amount to sev
; eral thousand dollars per yeai.
'?). The saving to the State in the mat?
ter of maintenance alone would more than
justify the cost of a secend prison. The
cost of feeding, guarding and clothing the
convicts at Riehmond last year ?.-as $57.
filter each cenvict. The same expense
for those at the farm was $12.111, showing
a'difference in cost of $45.45 per convict.
The advantages of a f irm and peniten?
tiary located together In or neat a busi?
ness center like Roanoke are obvious.
The necessity for extra buildings, extra
guards, extra medical attention, etc.,
would be largely done away with. A
large per cent, of those unsuited for work
in the shops could be employed advantage?
ously on the farm, the hitter materially
reducing tho cost of living foi the farmer.
Under such a system with the advan?
tages of the'presen t arrang .'meats at Rich?
mond and the State farm combined in one
location and under one management, it
is a conservative estimate10 Silv that there
would result to the State a saving of half
the difference iu cost of maintenance as
shown above, namely $22.72 1-2 for each
convict. This for eight hundred convicts
would save tho State yearly more than
eighteen thousand dollars. Add to this
the cheapened cost of transportation of
convicts from the western half of tho
State to Roanoke prison, of at least two
thousand dollars yearly, and we have an
actual annual saving to the State of over
twenty thousand dollars in these two
item's, this of Itself n splendid return on
WHAT MATERIAL ADVANTAGE
WOUi^D ALL THIS HE TO ROA
It would afford regular employment at
good salaries for a hundred or more men
as keepers, guards, shop foremen, etc.;
it would give an impetus to the buihlitg
and renting of houses; it would bring ad?
ditional trade to her wholesale an* retail
merchants; it would put In c'iculatlon a
Neuralgia and Extreme Nervousness,
EVER since I was eighteen years old
until I learned of Dr. Miles' Kestora
tlvo Remedies, I suffered from slcl:
headache and extremo nervousness and dys?
pepsia. In time heart dlscaso dovolopcd. I
was treated by several doctors with no re?
lief. Severe palpitation with pain In loft
breast, shortness of breath, and smothcriug
spells made mc most miserable. I pro?
cured Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine aad
New Heart Cure and tool; them alternately
as directed. Improvement began at, once
land Increased so rap
Idly that inside of sU
mouths I increased
thirty six pounds In
weight. All paiu iu
the heart is gone, and
the nervousness h&a
wholly left me,"
Mas. Ohas. Knapp,
W. German St., Little Falls, N. Y., Nov. 7.'95.
Dr. Miles' Remedies aro sold by all drug?
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Bool; on Heart
and nerves sent free to all applicants.
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkbart. Ind.
hundred thousand dollars or more annu?
ally in the city. Very truly, &c,
O. L. STEARNES.
Salem, Va., June 10th, 181)7.
ARE THEY HONEST ?
P To the Editor of The Times: The com?
ing elections are causing considerable in?
terest aud excitement among politicians
and those who aspire to recognition iu
If the writer could only believe that
those leaders and their lieutenants (who
aro usually ignornnt of their intentions)
were honest In their dealings with the
people, the honest and conscientious
voter would have less fear of distrust and
be more williug to^leave his future prllt
ical welfare in their hands. Personal gain
and greed causes those who are iu the
lead to resort to dark lantern methods to
the iujury of the masses, or, iu other
words, it becomes necessary to remove
the power from thoso who have wielded
it in the past and put it in the hands of j
others whom wo have no reason to believe
will labor for the best interests of all con
Factional quarrels among politicians is
no indication that the best Interests of
the people are at stake, and it is high
time that the worklnirmen of this section,
at least, should begiu to* realize it.
So far as our chief executive of the State
is concerned, we aro told ?that this man
or that man Is the only one for us to vote
for and we are obliged to do so because
the political boss to'd us, and we must
vote for him because our delegates are In?
structed to nominate him and nominated
he will be, for he Is master of the situa?
tion. ,If this is not political slavery, what
Primaries and conventions are neces?
sary,but there is an honest and dishonest
way of holding them and the working
man Is to bhimo If they are dishonest,
because he iu is who holds the power
through the ballot to say yes or no.
Wo are about to say who shall make
the laws for us for the next two years.
We have some good laws aud we have
many more obnoxious ones.
Organized labor of Virginia has been |
trying to have some good legislation en?
acted in its behalf for years, also to have
bad laws bearing on labor repealed, with
but with little progress in either direc?
We, as working men. can never expect
to accomplish anything if we allow the
corrupt politicians to pull us around by
the nose any longer, nor is it necessary
for us to ask him for advice or tell us our
Until we succeed in sending men to rep?
resent us in our legislative halls, whose
sympathy is with us and interests are
identical with ours, our cause is doomed
We do ourselves an irrepnrable injury
so long as we beiieve that the politicians
aud the lawyer are the only ones who can
make our laws, for neither of them know
our needs and our needs are not their
Let us hope that the next legislature
will be composed of men of liberal minds,
men who believe that the greatest good
to the greatest number is the order of the
day, men who despise narrow minded
ness, that despicable trait of character,
that is only aroused fror/, its lethargy by
greed and self interest.
Let us as workingmen cast aside the
robes of the old political parties and put
on the garb ot freemen and exercise that
inherent right of American citizenship,
To believe that no one is able to make
laws beneficial to labor, except the law?
yer and other corrupt politicians, is to
provo ourselves incompetent to judge for
our own good and an admission that ca?
pable men cannot bo found In the ranks
of organized labor.
The best laws existing to day in r.he
various States are due to the efforts of
organized labor, enacted through the un?
tiring zeal of union men and aro monu?
ments to law, order and civilization.
This old commonwealth is banly in need
of such laws, and if left to those who are
blindly ignorant of the people's wants we
will never get them.
Let us make an effort tosend good men
to our legislature this time, and if we fall
to secure legislation in our behalf, ro
memliMf them In time to come and pre?
pare ourselves for the next legislative
contest and seo to 5t?^"that he who
laughs last, laughs host," and prove to
corruption and machine politics "that an
injury to one is the concern of all."
June 20, 18'JT. J. D. McCORMICK.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $-1. J.
J. Catognl's restaurant.
Strawbei ry Ice Cream made of fresh
strawberries at J. J. Catognl's.
Breakfast. 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, *L J.
J. Catognl's restaurant.
-an?-r ? ?
All City Orders Promptly Delivered, \
-~ , 4
AVe especially call the attention of the public to ??r J
*'PILSENER!' Expokt Bot?d Beer. Highest 4
grade on the market. e
Our "DUBLIN" Porter as a tonic for family ,
use is without a superior. ?
Virginia Brewing Co.,
Brewers and Bottlers.
EARTHQUAKE IN CALIFORNIA.
Clocks Were Stopped und Buildings Were
Snu Francisco, Cal., June 21.?Two
shurj) shocks of earthquake were felt here
to day. Clocks were stopped aud sus?
pended lumps and decorations were bro?
ken in jsonio places. The earthquake
was general throughout the Suite.
Hollister, Cal., June 21.?The earth?
quake shock here was the most severe
since 180Sand did many thousand dollars
damage to buildinus and their contents.
Every brick building in; town wur dam
aired,and in the courthcuse the walls and
ceiling lost most cf their plastering.' A
?wall of the McMahon House fell upon the
ndjoiuingbuildings. Hundreds of window
panes were cracked or broken, and in
some instances entire window sashes were
thrown into the. street.
Gllroy, Cal. June 21.?The heaviest
earthquake ever felt here lasted only a
few seconds to- day butdid much damage.
Numerous chimneys ^were toppled over
walls were cracked every plate glass
store window in town 'was shatteied and
there was a general'wreckage of bottles
and shelfware in houses nnd stores Peo?
ple rushed out of their homes in terror.
In some houses Winds were wrenched
from their hangings.
Washington, June 21.?The trial of
Allen L. Seymour, the New York broker,
charged with recusancy belore the Sen?
ate sugar investicatlng committee in 'im,
began this morning before Judge Bradley.
He Is the sixth witness to be tried.
Bradley instructed the jury tc acquit
Seymour on the ground that Seymour had
not been legally summoned.
s" THE TRUE REMEDY.
W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, 111.,
"Chief," says: "We hon't keep house
without Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Ex?
perimented with many others, hut never
got the true remedy uutil we used Dr.
King's New Discovery. No other remedy
can take its place in our home, as in it
we have a certain and sure cure for
Coughs, Colds, Whoopiug Cough, etc.'1
It Is idle to experiment with other reme?
dies, even if they are urged on you as
just as good as Dr. King's New Discov?
ery. They are not as good, because this
remedy has a record of cures, in 1 besides
it Is guaranteed. It never fails tsaiisfy.
Trial bottles free at Massie's Pharmacy,
10U Jefferson street.
; When you are Buffering from Catarrh
i or Cold in the head you want relief right
away. Only 10 cents is required to test
!t. Ask your druggist for the trial size
of Ely's Cream Balm, or buy the 50e.
size. We mail it.
ELY BROS., 50 Wairen St., N. Y.
I was afflicted with catarrh last au?
tumn. During the month of October I
could neither taste nor smell and could
hear hut little. Ely's Cream Balm cured
it.?Marcus Ceo. Shnnutz, Rathwav,
DONT BE DECEIVED!
That Cannot, be Put in
Good ()i*der at the New
309 Henry Street, Roanoke, Va.f
WlIKUK can UK found the FINEDbop
cabinet, admired by so many peo?
ple kok beauty and convenience;
also a variety ok different ma?
chines made by this company,
which, ik examined by those who
wish to buy, side by side with the
other makes of mach ines, can read?
ily see they deserve all the
praise they have merited in finish,
durability. light-running and per?
Please call and inspkctmachine
and investigate Till: low prices be?
fore you buy.
I remain, respectfully,
W. H. STRICKLER,
8?9 LIenrySt., Roanoke, Va.
-Lahor assortment ok Hats ix
-spring and bummer shapes.
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tbe money if it fails
to cure. 25c.For sale by Johnson & John?
Bread,Rolls,Cinnamon Buns, hot every
evening. J. J. Catogni.
- VIRGINIA. -
OPEN FROM JUNE 1st TO NOV. 1st.
The Aileghany 'Vater, awarded gold,
medal and dioloma, Worlds1 Fair, Chi?
cago, and recommended by the Medical
Society of Virginia, is celebrated for its
wonderful cures of dyspepsia, in its va?
Beautiful lawn of 40 acres. Band of
music. Post, telegraph and express
o^iecs. Families seeking a healthful re?
sort In the mountains to spend the heated
term can do no better. Fare excellent.
Terms moderate. Write for pamphlet,
O. A. COLIIOUX, Prop.
Ii. G. Pedigo, M. D., Resident Physician.
FOR SAIE BY
J. J. CATOGNI.
FOK KM NT.
DESIRABLE ROOMS. BOTH UP
per and lower, for rent at 510 Salem ave
iue s. W. Small families preferred.
(i 20 3t
FOR RENT.?Three or four nice un?
furnished rooms, corner Park street and
rit'th avenue s. W. G 18 lw
FOR SALE?Scholarship in the Roa
noko National Business' College. For
particulars apply to The Times ollice.
WANTED.?Boarders for both table
and room accommodation. House loca
ted on. most elevated point in Roanoke.
Most desirable location for summer
boarders. Always breezy and cool.
First class accommodation. Hot and cold
baths. Table board $12 per month. Ap?
ply to Mrs. H. C. HOPKINS, No. 124
JJighth avenue s. w. 5 27 lm ?
WANTED.-A reliable man to handle
a staple line of goods. None but experi?
enced salesman need apply. Address
"MANUFACTURER," McBride street,
Cleveland, Ohio. 6 22 lw
WANTED.?Salesman for Roanoke and
on the road to sell our fine line of house?
hold goods on monthly payments.
STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 202
South Jefferson street.
New Secret Remedy Abf-olurcly Unknown to tht
profession. I'enunncnt Cure? in is lo 34 days. Wt
refund money If wo do not euro. You can bo treated at
and tho nanio fiiurun.
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