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VOL. XIX, NO. 4;
thought how appropriate 1? BICYCLE
or it KODAK would be for
A Xmas Present
New Bicycles just received.
Prices, $35 to $50.
Kodaks, #4 to $15. ?
Come in and let us talk with
yon about them.
RQANQKE CYCLE COMPANY,
103 Salem avenue s. w.
TUESDAY, December 7th.
The public is cordially in?
vited to inspect this beautiful
display of Cut Glass, Lamps,
Sterling Silver, Table, Toilet?
ware and Novelties. Deco?
rated China Jewel Cases, Arc.
We solicit comparison of prices.
EDWARD S. GREEN,
Special bargains In Diamond? and
While In New York this fall our buyer
purchased a special lot of fancy Cups
and Saucers (50 dozen),"and we are gniug
to sell them at llgures so low "you will
i hink \vu are joking" when we tejl you
the price. The greatest value for the
money ever known. Ladies are especially
invited Co see our "China Bargain
10 Campbell avenue.'
See Our BeautiM
Line of Pianos.
We are now receiving that beau?
tiful line of pi.uios your atten?
tion was called to a few days
ago. They will have to be seen
to be appieclated. We are
carrying our samn line --MKH
LIN, HAINES and KROE
GEH IMANOS. An inspection
of the MERLIN will prove It
to be the finest piano ever
brought to the city. You are
invited to call at
J. E. ROGERS & CO.,
Xo. IIS. Jefferson street.
Are constantly shifting and changing.
Early in the sixteenth century the French
gentlemen of fashloD could stand nearly
erect and hold the too of Iiis long and
slender shoe in his hand.
? Tho lack of demand for similar shoes
now is tho only reason we have none to
offer you. Every shoe that fashion will
permit you to wear is here Style, com?
fort anil long wear enter into every shoe
wo sell. Tho prices will save money for
B?PRE SHDE COMPANY.
110 South Jefferson street.
ASSIGNMENT IN NEW Yi RK.
New York. Lee. fi ?James 11. Young,
a well known Investor, of No. 27 Wil
Hants street, Assigned to-day with prefer?
ences. No statement was made by his
ForccnHt for Virginia: Fait and warmer
with southerly wimls.
The President Submitted His An?
nual Message Yesterday.
HE OPENS BY SAYING WE ARE
NOW BLESSED WITII GREAT
PROSPERITY?HE INSISTS THAT
THE CURRENCY QUESTION
SHOULD BE SETTLED AV THIS
SESSION?HE SUGGESTS A WAY
OUT OP THE TROUBLE.
Washington, Due. (5.?Congress assem?
bled at noon to-day. The proceedings in
the two Houses were witnessed by the
usual throngs, and preparations were
completed for the hand l< eg of the great
crowds which overflowed the galleries and
the lobbies'about the entrances. kso that
there was no undue commotion durinu
the. session of the two houses.
The President and Mrs. McKinley in?
tended to leave for Canton t his evening,
reaching their destination about 10
o'clock to-morrow morning. The Presi?
dent's message, in synopsis, is as follows:
"To the Senate and House:
"It gives me pleasure to greet the
Fifty-llfth'Congress in regular session
with many of whose Senators and Repre
sntatives 1 have been associated in legis?
lative t-er.'ice. The meeting occurs un?
der felicitous circumstances, justifying
sincere congratulations and calling for
urateful acknowledgement to a benlticent
Providence which has signally blessed,
and prospered us as a nation. Peace and
good will with all nations continues ^un?
"The public questions which most en?
gross us are lifted above partisanship, or
sectional differences. The questions of
our foreign policy, revenue, soundness of
the currency, inviolability of the national
obligations, and improvement of the pub?
lic service appeal to each individual con?
science of all earnest, citizens. The tarilT
having been settled in 'extra session, the
currency shou'd he next. We should not
hesitate to enter upon a revision which
will make the demand obligations less
onerous, and relieve the' financial laws
from ambiguity and doubt. TJie evil of
the present system is found in the great
cost to the Government in maintaining a
parity of the different forms cf money.
We cannot bear loug this needless bur?
den, which is an expensive and dangerous
menace to the national credit. We have
nine hundred mil'ions of money which
tha Government by solemn enactment
has undertaken to keep at a par with
gold. Nobody is obliged to redeem In
gold but the Government, which is with?
out any fixed gold revenue. With the rev?
enues equal with the expenses there will
be no deficit requiring an issuance of
bonds, but if the gold reserve falls below
one tunic red million dollars, how will it
he replenished, except by selling bonds?
"I earnestly recommend when the re?
ceipts ol the Government are sufficient to
pay the expenses, the United States notes
presented for redemption le set apart and
only paid out in exchange for gold. If they
are put. out in any othei way they may
return again to be followed by anothei
bond issue to redeem them, another in?
terest bearing debt lo redeem n noil
Interest bearing debt.
"1 concur with the Secretary of the
Treasury that the national banks be al?
lowed to issue notes for t! e race value of
the bonds winch they deposited tor circu?
lation; that the tax on circulating notes
be secured by t hese bonds and heji educed
to one-half of one per cent, per year. 1
also join'him In recommending that au?
thority be given for the establishment of
national banks with a minimum capita)
of $2."i,t)Ct), which will enable the smaller
villages and agricultural regions to he
supplied with currency needs.
"The most Importini problem wltt
which our Government is culled to deal
portal nine to our toreign relations con?
cerns our duty towards Spain, attending
the. Cuban Insurrection. The story of
Cuba for v? r* has been one of unrest
and discontent, and an effort towards t he
larger enjoyment of liberty, and self con?
trol nnd organized resistance to the
mother country, of an ineffectual settle
j meut followed by revolt. Tue instruc?
tions giren to our new minister to Spain
before his departure was to impress upon
Spain the sincere wish of the United
States to lend our aid towards ending the
war in Cuba by reaching a peaceful anil
I lasting result, just and honorable alike
to Spain and Cuba: it was stated that at
this juncture our Government was con
I strained to seriously inquire if the time
were not ripe'when Spain of her own
volition, moved by her own interests and
every sent iment of humanity, should not
put a stop to the destructive war, and
make proposals of a settlement honorable
alike to herself anil to Cuba.
"It was urged that as a neighboring
nation with large interests in Cuba, we
could only be required to wait a reasona?
ble time fDr the mother country to estab?
lish its authority, or restore peace, that
wo could not coutemplato an indefinite
period for tho accomplishment, of this re?
sult. Decrees in application of the fore
shadowed rclorm have already been
"The full text of thesa decrees were
not received, but furnished in a tele?
graphic Htimmury from our minister, are:
All the civil and electoral rights in pen?
insular of Spaniards are in virtue of ex?
isting constitutional nuthorty forthwith
tvi be extended to the colonial Spaniards.
That the Sngssts government has enter;d
upon a course,from which recession with
honor is impossible,can ha/dly be a ques?
tion. That in the few weeks of its exist?
ence it has made an earnest show of the
sincerity of its professions is undeniable,
and I shall not impugn its sincerity nor
should impatience be suffered to embar?
rass it in its task.
"It honestly due to Spain and our
friendly relations with her that she
should be given a reasonable chance to
realize our expectations and prove her
asset ted efficacy in the new oriler of
NOKE, VA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER
I CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF ROANOKE,
Loans and discounts.$341,315.49
United States bonds (to secure circulation) and premium.. 25,197.50
Ren I estate, furniture, fixtures, &c. 13,919.23
Redemption fund with United States Treasurer. 1.125.00
Cash and exchange (gold coin $20,000). 138,235.78
Capital, sui plus and profits.$122,104.00
National bank notes outstanding. 22,500,00
Deposits <individual, $355,2^4.38; banks, $19,804.14). 375.0S8.53
thingsj|to which she stands irrevocably
committed. She has recalled the brutal
commander who inflamed Americnns,and
shocked tin1 civilized world; has modi lie'1
the horrible order of concentration; has
undertaken to care for the .helpless; has
permitted the resumption of the cultiva?
tion of the Heids aud has teleased the
Competitor pr'.soners and all other pris?
oners anil all other Americans. The rear
future will demonstrate whether 'the in?
dispensable conditions of a righteous
peace, just alike to Cubans and Spain,
as well as equitable to all our interests
intimately involved in the welfare of
Cuba, is likely to be intended.
^"Regarding Hawaii, the ^en te having
removed the injunction of secrecy, al?
though the treaty is still pending, the
subject may be properly referred to here
because of the necessity of action by
Congress is required to determine by leg?
islation many details in the eventual
union, should annexation be accom?
plished, as 1 believe it should be. If the
treaty is confirmed, as every considera?
tion of dignity und honor requires, *he
wisdom of Congress should see to it that
the most just provisions for self rule of
local mattets should be accorded the Ha?
"A subject of large importance is the
completion of the Xicaraguan canal. In
the tuture 1 shall transmit to Ccugresa
the report of the commission appointed
to make it survey, and make further sug?
gestions as may seem advisable.
The bimetallic envoys appointed to rep?
resent the United States have been dili?
gent in their eHorts to secure the concur?
rence and co-operation of European coun?
tries on au international settlement of
the question, but have not been able to
secure an agreement as contemplated by
their mission. They have not reported
finally, .is negotiations with the foreign
countries are still pending. They believe
that the doubts raised in certaiu quarters
as to the paritj >etweeu the metals and
kindred questions may yet be solved by
further negotiations. International
arbitration cannot be omitted from the
subjects claiming our consideration. The
best sentiment of the civilized world is
n oviug iu this direction.
"1 concur with the Secretary of the
! Navy for an appropriation authorizing
I the construction of one battleship on the
! Pacific where, there is only one in com
; mission and one under construction.
J Also that several torpedo boats be au
"Alaska demands prompt and early a*
I tentton, and a more thorough govern
j ment should be established,
j "The recent prevalence of yellow fever
in n number of cities and towns through- i
j out the South has resulted iu muofa tlis
tmbanco of commerce, and has demon- j
strated the necessity for such amend- j
I nients to the quarantine laws as lo make
the >egulationa of the national quarnn- I
j t ine authorities paramount. The Secre
: fury of the Treasury calls attention to
the defects of the present quarantine laws
and recommends immediate amendments
thereto, which will give the Treasury De?
partment the requisite authority to pre?
vent the invasion of epidemic diseases
from foreign countries, and in times of
emergency, like the past summer, will
( add to the efficiency ot the sanitary meas?
ures for tlie protection of the people and
at the same time prevent the unnecessary
restriction of commerce. 1 concur in the
recommendations of further effort to pre?
vent the invasion by lever and the im?
portance of the discovery of tho exact
cause of tho disease. 1 recommend that
Congress authorize the appointment of a
commission of expert bacteriologists for
the purpose, one from the marine hos?
pital, oue from civil life, and one from
the medical officers of the navy.
"The Government should not allow the
Kansas Pacific railway to be sold at A
price which will yield less than one-half
of the principal of its debt. Whether
the Government should rather do this i
than become n bidder and owner or the i
property, 1 .submit to Congress for act ion. |
"The estimate of th? expenses of tho |
Government by several departments will, ;
I am sure, have your careful scrutiny.
While Congress may not Und it an easy
task to reduce the expenses of '.he Gov?
ernment, they should net encourage their
increase. The expenses will in my .litdg- \
ment.admit of decrease in many branches '
without injury to the public service. Its
commanding duty is to keep the receipts
of the Government and avoid a delicit."
CALL EARLY and have us lay aside
far you a suit and overcoat from our
manufacturers' samples in drder to avoid
SCHILLER, 2^ Salem avenue.
sjU.DS LADIES WALRING IIATS AT
?">l)0 walking hats in all color.* und ?the
very latest shapes Hats have been sell?
ing all season at !)Se, $1.20 a>al some as
high as $1.08, to go at this special sale
MONDAY and TUESDAY only at 80c
PALAIS ROYAL, 101 Ssloni a.enue.
M. Indorsky, Proprietor.
JOHN D SCOTl\ M. I)., and D. D. S.,
corner of Third avenue and Third street
n. e., Roanoke, Vn. 'Phone 111?. Office
hours; Prom 8 lo 12 a. :n.: 1 to G p. m.;
0 to 0 p. m.
Holiday goods In endless variety at the
E. H. Stewart Furniture Company.
FRUIT CAKE, Pound C?ke, Macca
roons, Lady Fingers, Kisses and Vienna
Dread at CATOGNPS.
in the legislature.
House Again Declined to Consider
the Delinquent Tax Bill.
RichaiOD.il, Vn., Dec. 15.?The legisla?
ture, to-day lu joint ^session, elected the
Register of the laud ofiice ?J. W. Rich?
Dailroad commissioner?J. C. Dill.
Public printer?J. II. O'Haunou.
In the senate. Mr. Kee/.ell int roduced a
bill to prevent deception in the sale of
In the house, Mr. Pileher presented a
bill to charter the Virginia Alaska CJold
?Mining Company. It is composed 01
wealthy Virginians,embracing the names
of Congiessmen Swansea and Kllett, Col.
A. S. Du ford, of Richmond, and uaniel
Trigg. of Abingdon.
The house again to-day declined to con?
sider the delinquent land tax bill, which
was sent to that body by the senate on
Friday last but will doubtless act ou it
Marshal Blanco Says No Foreign
Help is Needed.
Madrid, Dec. Ii.?The minister foi the
colonies. Seuor Murot, has received a dis?
patch from .Marshal lilanco, the captain
general of Cuba, saying:
"1 nave to day sent the following tele?
gram to our minister at WsbiORton:
'There is uo need for foreign help to pro?
vide, for the wants ol the island or its in?
habitants. The government, from its
own resources, is endeavoring to provide
for the necessities, the need of which,
moreover, is diminishing daily.' "
This regntded as a reply to an appeal
for food, clothing and medicines for
suffering. Cubans made by the Dlshop of
Havana and published in the United
The Spanish government, it is semi
officially announced, has received details
of the landing of an expedition in Culm
from the American steamer Dauntless,
a rid it is understood the Spanish minister
at Washington, Senor Dupuy de Lome,
will shortly present in this connection a
claim for damage., from the United
Washington dispatches printed yester?
day chronicle the fact. that. (Jommander
Plllsbury, of tbe*United .States steamer
Vesuvius, which has been doing patrol
duty Oil! the coast of Florida recently,
witli the view of Dreventing the depart?
ure of filibustering expeditions, has writ?
ten a litter to tho Navy Department de?
tailing ihe movements of the Dauntless
since November, showing her to have
been lepeatedly searched and apparent ly
proving that the steamer lias not beeu
engaged within the time indicated in
landing filibustering expeditious on the
coast of Cuba.
The Hosting treasury debt, was in?
creased during the mouth ol November
by 28.500,000 pesetas.
TDK DOUSE AT WORK.
Washington, Dec. 6. ? A large batch of
bills was introduced in the House of Rep
resentat ives to day among which were
t he following:
By Mr. Evans, of Kentucky?A joint,
resolution pledging faith in the credit of
the United States and Us ability to can
eel aM outstanding obligations in gold;
the maintenance of the par value of gold
and ail otitsanding silver dollars; prohib?
iting tho further coinage of Biiver dollars
unless they contain sufficient standard
silver to make the collar when coined
intrinsically worth par in gold. Also a
bill for the modification of the civil ser
Dy Mr. Henry, of Texas- - A bill 'to"de
tine trusts; punish corporations, llrnis,
etc , connected with them, and to pro
mote free competition in the M'n'ted
IN ODDER to save |Jvou dollars it
would be to your own interest to call in
person and inspect our great line of man?
ufacturers' samples of clothiuu before
SCHILLER, -'S Salem avenue.
RATE WAD ENDED.
Baltimore, Dec. (l.?The "controversy
between the Southern railway ami tho
Seaboard Air Dine h>-s been settled, it is
unofficially announced, on a basis satis
factory to both sides, and that the war
of rates hetweeu the two systems will
soon come to an end.
WE ALWAYS advertise what we have
nnd sell what we advertise. Dow could
we do otherwise? To prove this there Is
but one remedy call hnd see for your
self the great, sti ck of manufatcurors'
samples of suits and overcoats which we
art; Behind at astonishing low prices.
SCHILLER, ?-,vi tttelem avenue.
Examine tho Virginia Carriage Facto
ry's buggies before buying. Office No.
400 Henry street.
I Kettles and Palls at Dawson Filled
With Precious Dust.
SOME 19,000,000 GATHERED UP?A
MAN WHO MADE $2,000,000 WITH
$25,000 SAYS PERSONS WOULD
LAUGH IF THE WHOLE TRUTH
OF THE WONDERFUL RICHES
Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 0.?"I find there
is some excitement through this country
jver the Klondike, hut it is not one
tenth of what it will ho next .Inly, ?*hen
the steamers bring out tons of gold. If
I were to tell of riches of the Klondike in
j detail and people believed what 1 say,
this couury would be set on lire/vith ex?
That is a statement made yesterday by
H. A. Ferguson, millionaire mine owner
and partner of "Big" Alexander McDon?
ald. Ferguson arrived a week ago with
Dalton:s party, but so 'conservative is ho
that he has heretofore declined to talk at
"I dot wish 'to cause any excitement,"
Ferguson coatinued, "but tho gold pro
ductlon next spring will be simply enor?
mous." He estimates Jthat supplies at
Dawson and Mines will enablo two thou?
sand men to work this winter. There is
work for seven or eight thousand, and
that number would be employed if food
At Dawson and Miues thero is now
stored two or three millions in gold.
Most of it is in sacks, pails and kettles,
in cabins along creeks and gulches. It
will be taken to Dawson just nefoto the
lirst boats go down tho river next June.
Ferpuson and McDonald purchased for
$25,000 each, claims Nos. 1 and 2, ou
Skookuin Gnlth, which will produce over
$1,000,000 ea:h. In his cabin, there. Fer?
guson has $100,1)00, mostly in nuggets.
De says Skookuin is richer than Eldo
rado ami Honanza Creeks, coarse gold
and nuggets being found from surface
moss, through to bed-rock. He esti?
mates this winter's production at $8 000,
000, and believes first boats next summer
will bring out nine to ten mil'ions.
Ferguson first went to Alaska in
March. 1895, on a trading trip, taking
his wife, an invalid, almost unable to
walk. The climate agreeil with bar ami
she is wintering at Dawson. her husband
not. wanting her to come out over land.
In July Ferguson bonded a Skookuin
Gulch claim to an agent of New Yo.-k
?nen for $83,000. He was to come out in
September and close the deal, but the
I failure of tho boats to get up prevented
his getting out. On his arrival last Sun
I ilay he gave the New York men ten days
to take the mine, lie hopes they will not
take it. Soon after he bonded it richer
dirt was found, and the claim is now
worth half a million.
BARBERS I.nYOKE STATE AID.
Huston, Mass., Dec. 0.? There is to bo
a convention of the barbers held here on
Sunday next for the purpose of asking
the State to take- i he craft, of barbering
tinder its particular care, to the end that
' ouly good anil capable barbers may oper
ate in the commonwealth.
It is supposed that the convention will
ask to have barbers and barber shops li?
censed. The plan is to get the governor
to appoint a board of examiners. It is
proposed that this iioard shall have its
headquarters in Boston; that it shall
I have a president, secretary and tresurer;
that it shall be provided with a common
seal, and that it shall bo invested with
the power to confer diplomas and admin*
ister oaths. It is also proposed that no?
body shall be a licensed barber in Massa?
chusetts who has not shaved persons fur
the spaco of three years.
MDS. PULLMAN DENIES IT.
Chicago.Dec, II.?Mrs. George W, Pull?
man to-day denied the rumor that she
would contest her husband s will. When
asked in legard to the report, she said:
"There is absolutely no truth in the re
port and not the slightest foundation for
it. I wish you would deny the story ab?
solutely for me."
DAWKS TREATY OKI- BATED.
Guthrie, Okla., Dec. r> ?At Saturday's
[ election in the Chica?wn Nation the rati?
fication of the Dawes Cboctaw treaty
was overwhelmingly 'defeited. The
adopted ami Intermarried citizens were
not permitted to participate in the elec
Buy your HITYLER'S for Christmas
BEHR BROS', PIANO AT A SAC
A magnificent Dehr Bros, upright
piano in a beautiful case, only in use a
few months, almost, good as new, can be
bought at a real sacrifice on easy pay?
ments, at Hobbio Piano Bo. Call quick.
NO MATTER how low you can get
your suit, or overcoat elsewhere, we can
always duplicate the same class of uoods
for very much Jess.
" SCHILLER, 28 Salem avenue.
For the best
COAL AND WOOD
Barman & FUppo,
IDS Salem ave s. w.
Another big shipment of Downey's
world famous Don Hons Mini Chocolates.
50 cents per pound, put up 'in attractive
boxes at Catogni's.
Look at cur 25 cent books. Cravatt's
Fair, 0 Salem avenue.
Don't fail to attend the fire sale
at Enock's Bazaar. Goods slight?
ly damaged by smoke to be sold
regardless of cost.
PRICE 3 CENTS
Her Minister Says There May be
Trouble Over Hawaii.
HE IS FIRM IN PRESSING HI3
COUNTRY'S DEMANDS ^IN OPPO?
SITION TO ANNENATION ?HE
SAYS JAPAN WILL INSIST THAT
HER CLAIMS iN THE PACIFIC BP
Sim Francisco. CaL, Dec. 6.?Mr. Tom
Hoshi, the Japanese minister to^the Uni
I teil States, has arrived here on the
steamer City of Pekin. He'was accom?
panied by his secretary only. The two
left for Wnshinm.cn yesterday afternoon,
after an inspection of the warship now
building here for the Japanese govern?
"Japan is emphatically opposed t" the
annexation of Hawaii by the United
States." Minister Hoshi said. "There
may be Rerlou" trouble if the United
States takes the Island without provis?
ions btiog made for caring for our Inter?
"Japan does not want the Hawaiian
islands annexed, notwithstanding tele?
grams purporting to come from my coun?
try. We have claims against Hawaii
which must be respected by the United
States. We have a treaty with Hawaii
respecting the importation of laborers
and of the products necessary for their
maintntnance. Hawaii violated that
treaty by deporting some laborers, and
again violated It when the Hawaiian gov?
ernment imposed a special tax on impor?
tations which we sent to the islam s.
"We will insist that our claims against
the islands be respected. I have instruc?
tions as to what course to pursue *iu the
event that the islands are annexed, but
of course I will refrain from disclosing
"The reports of strained relations be?
tween Secretary Sherman and myself or
any of the officials in Washington," 'Mr.
Hoshi continued, "are untrue. The most
amicable feeling exists among us. The
report that I was recalled was also un?
true, for I went to Japan on leave of ab?
sence and also to get instructions regard?
ing my action during tho winter."
DEATH'S SWEEP IN CUHA.
In Matnn/.as Province 40,000 People Died
in Ten Months.
Havana, Dec <i.?According to the offl-'
oial statement of tho Spanish statistical
bureau, the number of deaths in the city
of Mntnn/.as during tho past teu months
was 5,H5ii. This estimate ouly compiises
the city, without its suburbs. Matan/aa
has o.ily about 150,00(1 iauhabitauts, aud
this rate of mortality 's appalling. In
the whole province ol Matanzas the num?
ber of deaths during the saino period h^s
been about -10,000. including tho pa
ciflcoa. .Many towns have entirely ills
Iu Pinar del Rio province the number
of orphans,huddled together in the court?
yards of tho several police stations and
other places, and many of them employed
as slaves by the Spanish officers ami their
fandlies, is 12,000.
Tin parents of these children were
alive when famine began to spread in the
province, and most of them belonged to
families composed of at least four adult,
In Pinar del Rio it is estimated that
00,00(1 persons have been tho victims of
famine. In Havana the situation has not
improved in any respect. It is no exag?
geration, no newspaper sensationalism,to
say that two years more of this awful
mortality would wipe out the entire pop?
ulation of Cuba, and Weyler would have
reason to be satisfied with the result of
Marlnetti, Wls., Dec. 0.?The big
steamship Lackawana. from Huffulo to
this place, is now overdue," and nothing
has been heard us to lier whereabouts. It
is feared she has been lost.
ijDETGERT TO TESTIFY.
Chicago, Dec. ?.?Attorney Harmon,
chief counsel for Luetgert, has decided to
rut the prisoner on the stand in his own
behalt. He will probably bo the first
witness for the defense.
A COMFORTABLE SUIT or overcoat
would make a good Christmas present.
You can get one at SCHILLER'S manu?
facturers' sample sale. G itarantees a sav?
ing of if'-) lo *-l on each. "JS Salem avenue.
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