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THE ROAtfOKE TIMES.
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
An independent Democratic paper
devoted to the material and political
interests of Roanoke and Southwest
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THE ROANOKE TIMES.
WEDNESpTtWANTJARY 15, 1890/
CANADA WILL FIGHT.
As an offset to annexation schemes
iu Canada, the Dominion govern?
ment is attempting to change the
current of popular opinion by reis,
ing an outcry on the Behring sea seal?
ing question. The government paptr
at Halifax says if Great Britain fails to
do her part to protect Canadian sealers,
they will fit out vessels with effective
weapons of self-defense, and that when
once blood has been spilt, Great Britain
may awake from her lethargy. The
Canadian office holders, findine
power is slipping from their hauds
will resort to auy means to counteract
the annexation movement, out Can adit
will come iato the national fold after a
while, all the same.
LOOKING AFTER THE CANAL.
The French Panama commission has
arrived at Colon and will proceed a*,
ones to inspect the work already done
there. Count DeLesseps did a great
work in constructing the Suez canal,
and it would be a pity if he should fail
in this, the greatest effort of his life.
The United States government is bos
tile to the project, but it hae us
rrerits. acd when once completed, will
be a great inter-oceanic highway for
the vessels of all nations. The Nica?
ragua canal may be completed first;
but like Eads' ship railway, it is open
to mauj objections. A canal without
locks between the Atlantic and Pacific
oceans is, in every respect, superior to
one constructed on the other principle.
The festive cyclone has commenced
its annual gyrations in the West, and
already leaves a record of deaths and
destruction along its path. What,
with blizzards in winter, cyclones in j
the spring and drouths iu the summer-1
time the attractions of life west of
Ohio and North of Arkansas, eannot
be as strong hi drawing settlers from
the eastern portion of this country and
Europe as they were twenty or thirty
A tax on incomes would meet the
necessities of the country in mach
higher decree than one on the neces?
saries of life and would be a deserved
concession to the needs of the work
ingtr.an. In a country as rich and
prosperous as the United States, it
would appear that a small percent,
from the accumulations of the wealthy,
would relieve the poor of much hard?
ship and Buffering with no perceptible
effect on the revenues and enjoyments
of the rich, bnt legislation is very sel?
dom enacted with such aims in view.
Protection benefits the rich in fostering
monopolies, but in most cases makes
the poor poorer.
Governor Campbell, of Ohio,
praised the Australian ballot system
in his inaugural address which he pro?
nounces the most thorough and prac?
tical reform of the ballot system over
proposed. Tho system undoubtedly
contains many excellent features; but
while it might suit Ohio it is by no
means certain that it would meot all
the requirements of tho social condi?
tion of other states. Ballot reform is
very much needed in this country, but
until there is a groat change in tho
morals of many politicians, all kin *s of
.reform will fail to purify tho voting
machinery in several states.
The alleged change in the position
of the Gulf Stream does not appear to
affect the weather in Canada. Very
cold weather is prevailing there, tho
thermometer at Quebec on Monday
registering thirty degrees below zero,
while, near Lexington, Vs., the cherry,
peach and apple trees are in full
bloom, and tho mountains aro full of
wild flowers? It is very easy to see
from this that, as a place of residence,
Virginia is, iu many respects, superior
to Canada. . .
Tare late warm spell by advancing
bads to the point of blossoming threat,
ante to be followed by freezes, which
will totally destroy Iba prospects for.
peachesl and, other fruits. It is.hardly
pwbabfe Gift all tbt trlirtW &WQji
will pass away witboot several seasons
of freezing weather, which means of
course, the destruction of vitality in
premature blossoms of all kinds.
Unfortunately, however, there is no
remedy in human power for this cond;?
tion of things.
Tub little speck of war between
England and Portugal is growing. A
mob attacked the British legation in
Lisbon a day or two age and carried on
outrageously, s* mobs generally do.
The English will bav* their inning yet,
and pO'.?r Hula Portugal will have to
pay d*?r'.y for the lawless conduct of
Sir ciiiBMis. I: t'u*r? ware ji.ora man
und guns In !'<?!? tac .lation. apologias
vrou??? ! <" ?o rtNttliiy forthcominu.
In this world of inequality an I injus?
tice, howev.r, ini;bt too often makes
Is coutraH wit i :he death and de?
struction rec;ntly reported from Mis
sonri and Illinois i* tha eeui.t! climate
aud rich resources <>f the Southeastern
stales iu minerals limber aud soil
Th*?? bansflts are not reco?n zad as
generally uow as they will ba in a few
years; but systematic work on the part
of the prest and people of this section,
will npan the eyas of tha world to the
true situation, and di&w people here
iu large numbers.
It is said tha entire annual product
of champagne in France for the past
tan years would not supply tha city of
London forona month, and yat the
beverage can ba found in great abund?
ance not only in Eugland, but all pan*
of tha United States. Thme must ba
some secret in connection with this of
which the public is ignorant.
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil to quicklv cure a cold or
relieve hoarseness. Written by Mrs
M. J. Fellows, Burr Oak, St. .Joseph
Co . Mich._;_
Sen tnaat tzi tan.
Ut eapleyc teeea
sealil ao t? tr7 tie
121110,1x1 a?Tt ee?
ea?relrmte:?& i selten it to bo is asoslste Bteoi
? Paris?. SnUtele pan tkU tastiaeate!.
iLSXST lfflsm. tteiaoaS, Ts.
?For Lang Troubles.
a, ro5erer frea hag
of A. B.C. Teste I ?s
c..lo6tittTte. It pored m tesefletel; awon|h cm
lift at; ay nattti it fooij IW lalalac leak a itretgta
S3. C. ? $i&?LV, steaacal, V*.
for hack mecoug h
A 8.0. Teste s XzpeotoTUt
sttie tna taa losgi lUlmdHi aicEis e?ja.
.'OH? ;QETSC:t, Susacaa, Vi.
Trtattoo* Blood and &tin.Ditwe*frt?. Addrta
P P C^WICAL CO.,I
fl Ob III rT^OUTH'12th STREET.
w^^usissWj RICHMOND. Vs.
In Favor of Hawkes* New Crystalised
Lenses Over All'Others.
FXOH THE ex-governor ok florida
Tallahassee, Fla.. March 5. 1888.
Mr. A K. Hawkes. Atlanta, Ga.?
Dear Sir: I have thoroughly tested
the glasses you fitted to my eyes some
time since, and have found them to
possess a soitnes8 of vision which sur
passess anything of the kind I have
ever used. Respectfully,
W. D. Blo.tham.
his sight restored.
Mr. A. K Hawkes: About a year
j ago I procured ray first pair of glasses
I from some dealer, but they strained
my eyes and caused them to ache. I
then bought a pair of your Crystallized
Lenpcs, and the effect has been won
i derful. as a proof of which I do not use
any glasses now and see as well as ever.
F. E. Daniel. M. D..
Editor TexHK Medical Record.
All eyes fitted at drugstore ofChas.
Lyle & Co _ decl21
People's Perpetual Loan
BOAN?KE. - - VIRGINIA
A. Z. Koiner, M. C. Thomas,
W. F. Winch. 8ec'y & Treas.
Room No. i, Masonic Temple.
All the benefits of a
with the best of security and larger
Instalment shares may be sub?
scribed, for at any time at the rate of
$1 per share per month. Full paid
shares $50 each.
Loans made on time and pa\ ments
to tmit the borrower._.
LOOK OUT BOYS.
We are ready to furoi/h you with the
best and finest drink in the city which
H. A. Smith, late of the Palace hotel
can terve to you; yon know it. Come
and see the only piece where you can
get a Roacoke surprise.
H. GEISMAR Proprietor,
'sir! ffAI&ir Mi ftfkWs?, va
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lotten Conpny.
Incorporated by the Legislature,
for educational and charitable pur?
poses, and its franchise made a part
of the present state constitution in
1879 by an overwhelming popular
Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take
Blace semi-annually, (June and
ecember), and its Grand Single
Number Drawings take place in each
of the other ten months of the year,
and are all drawn in public at the
Aeademy of Music, New Orleans, La.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
For integrity of its drawings, and
prompt payment of prizes,
Attested as follows:
" We do hereby certify that we super?
vise the arrangement for all the
monthly and semi-annual drawings
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com
pang, and inperson manage and con
j trol the drawings themselves,and that
the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness, and in good faith toward all
parties,and we authorize the company
to use this certificate, withfac similes
\ofour signatures attached, in its ad?
We the undersigned Banks and
Bankers will pay all prizes dr > wn
in the Louisiana State Lotteries which
may be presented at our counters.
R. M.Walmsley.President Louisiana
Pierre Lanaux, President State Na
| tional Bank.
A. Baldwin. President New Orleans
Carl Kohn,President Union National
I GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At the Academy of Music, New Or
'cans, Tuesday, February 11th, 1800
Capital Prize, $o00,000.
100,000 Tickt ts at $20 each; HalveF,
$10; Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2; Twen
list of phizes.
1 prize of $300,000 is.$300,001'
1 prize of 100,000 is. 100,000
1 prize of 50,000 is. 50,000
1 prize of 25,000 is . 25,000
2 prizes of 10,000 are. 20.000
5 prizes of 5,000 are. 25,000
25 prizes of 1,000 are. 25,000
100 prizes of 500 are. 50,000
200 prizes of 300 are. 00,000
500 prizes of 200 are. 100,000
100 prizes of $500 are. $50,000
1U0 " of 300 are. 30,000
100 " of 200 are. 20,000
099 prizes of $100 are. 09,900
999 prizes of 10?? are.99,900
3,134 prizes, amounting to....$1,05-1,800
Note?Tickers drawing capital
prizes are not entitled to terminal
8y For club rates or any further
information desired, write legibly to
the undersigned, clearly 6tating your
residence, with state, county, street
and number. More rapid return mail
delivery will be assured by your en?
closing an envelope bearing your full
Address M. A. DAUPHIN
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. C.
By ordinary letter containing money
order issued by all express companies,
New York exchange, draft or postal
Addrcu REGISTERED LETTERS C8NTAIXM C?BRMCT.
to New Orleans National Bank, New
Kemember that the payment of
prizes is guaranteed by four Na?
tional Banks of New Orleans, and the
tickets are signed by the president of
an institution whose chartered rights
are recognized in the highest court;
therefore, beware of all imitations or
One dollar is the price of the small?
est part or fraction of a ticket issued
by us in any drawing. Anything in
our name offered for less than a dollar
is a swindle. ja!5 wed th fri&sun.
Winter is coming and everybody
should prepare for it.
CLARE & READ
Pocahontas lump Coal
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
CHURCH AND ROANOKE STS.,
TELEPHONE NO. 70
lm0 6 _,
NOTICE.-Notice is herebv given
that the undersigned has lost cer?
tificate No. 73 for 25 shares of the cap?
ital stock of the Roanoke Land and
Improvement Company, issued to
Francis S. Stout, and dated the 7t.h of
November, 1882, and that the under?
signed is about to make application
for a new certificate for 35 shares of
the capital stock of the Roanoke Land
and Improvement) Company in lieu
thereof. FRANCIS A. STOUT*
18 Wall street,
no37 av9w TPed fow York City;
|<BS 13;?STENOGRAPHY AND
A typewriting free. Flrstcla68 facil
itiat- and bsst of teachers. Address,
with stamp for return postage.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RAJj-I
Schedule in effect Nov. 25,1880.
9:00 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 3.00 ]
p in. Stops at all sta?
tions, connecting at Rud
ford with trains on New |
River Branch; arrivingPo
cahontas at 2:40 p in.
5:20 p m. Daily, arrives Bristol 11:20
p in, connecting with E.
T., V. & G. R. R. for all
Soints south and west;
as Pullman Palace Sleep?
er, Roanoke to New Or
leans, via Caleraand Roa?
noke to MemphiB without
7:35 a m. Daily, arrive Radford 8:45
a m, connecting with Now
River Branch; arrives Po
cahontas 2:40 p m., arrives
Bristol 12.15pin., connects
with E. T., V, & G. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
10:10 a m. Daily; f^r Lynchbuig, Pe?
tersburg, Richmond, via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
R., and via Burkeville
and R. & O. R. R., Nor?
folk and intermediate
points; connects at
Lynchburg with V.M. R.
R. forWashingtonand the
east, leaving Lynchburg
12:30 p in daily arrives
Norfolk 0.15 p in connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
3:00 p m. Daily; forLyuchburg and
12:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lvnchburg
2:00 a ni, connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 10:00 a m; arrives Pe?
tersburg tS:00 a m; arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
.R., 7:12 am; arrivesNor
folk 8.40 pm;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaski 7:00 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 8:30 a m and 4:30 p m. Returning
leave Ivanhoe 9:30 a m. Daily except
Sunday, and 5:20 p in. Daily; arrive
Pulaski 11:00 a m and 0:50 p in.
All enquiries as to rate?, routes, etc.,
W B. bevill,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent
Chas. G. Eddy, vice-president.
General Ofliees Roanoke.
^HENANDOAH VALLEY RAIL
S. F. Tyler. Receiver.
Schrille in Effect fostter i\ 1&9.
ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
5 00 p.m. Daily?Memphis Express,
from Hagerstown und the
north. Through Pullman
sleeping ears from New
York and Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and Mem?
phis via Harrisburg, Ha?
gerstown and Roanoke.
7.20 a. m. Daily? New Orleans ex
press from New York,
Philadelphia and Balti
more, making connection
through to the south.
Carries through Pullman
palace buffet sleeping car
from Philadelphia to New
Orleans without change,
via Harrisburg, Hagers?
town, Roanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and L. & N.
12.05 Mid- Daily?Baltimore express
night. from all point4* soutli ar?
rive in Washington 11.15
am; Baltimore 11.45 a m;
Harrisburg, 11.40 a m;
Philadelphia, 3.15 p in,
New York, 5 50 p m.
Carries Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from
New Orleans to Philadel?
phia without change, via
L & N. R. R, Calera,
Cleveland, Roanoke, Ha?
gerstown and Harrisburg
1,50 p. m. Daily?New York and
from Memphis, Chat?
tanooga and all
points south. Arrive
Philadelphia 4-20 a in.
New York, 710 a m;
carries Poll!' an Palace
buffet sleeping cars
through to Philadelphia
and New York via Roa
i noke, Hagerstown and
Ticket agents will furnish all infor?
mation and through schedules upon
O. HOWARD ROYER.
G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va.
Tie CitJxeis Bail" I Mult
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank. Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
general banking business are equal to
to any banking house in Virginia.
Collections a specialty and prompt
remittances made Interest allowed
on time deposit' mlfc-Bra
r. h. okay. j. W. BOSWhLL,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Improved and unimproved property for
sale in ail parts of the city.
RENTING A SPECIALTY
The only Agents in the City
That Handle Exclusively Prop?
erty Inside of the Corporation.
and are Agents for the Exchange
Building and Investment Company
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
No.7 Firstaveuue, S.W.,Roanoke, Va.
CLEANING and REPAIRING
You will save money by briDg i
voar dirty clothes to be cleaned ti
dyed and repaired to me. Char c
moderate. Work first class.
Cornet Campbell and. Henry str?et;
J KIN NEY, M. D.
practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose.
OFFICE-Over O'Leary, Campbell
Roanoke, - . - Virginia.
Office, No. 0 Third uvenue 8. W.,
second floor. P. O. Box, 31. Sur?
veys, plans and estimates made on
P L. WOOD, B.'irsT,"ByNTIST,
Smith's new Building. Salem avenue,
References?Prof. Jas. H. Harris,
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steele,
Richmond, Va.. Dr. Leigh Buckner,
C. B. MOOMAW, I jno. W. WOODS,
Rotctourt county. | Roanoke county.
MOOMAW & WOODS,
? it practice in tbc courts of Roanoke
city anu county and counties adjoining. Will
attend the uourts of Roanoke und Botetourt
etgularly. Oflice--Salem Avenue, opposite
ri cwarrs Furniture Store. Roanoke. Va.
john e. pen? ltjoian h. oooke
|>KNN & COCKE.
Courts ? Roanoke and adjoining
Office : Corner Comrneroo street
and Salem avenue.
R. .r. T. HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offer.? his professional services to the
citizens of Roanoke.
Office over Bud well and Christian's.
Entrance No. 0 Salem (First) avenue.
8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.30
p. m.,7.:io to 10 p. m._sepgj0m
IDGEBTON S. ROGERS,
Graduate of the Royal Institute ol fine
art*, Rome, Italy.
Office: .Vo.2 v.KIcventk gt.,RIchmond
R. T. W. CROZIEE~
DENTIST. Roanoke, Va.
Office ovrr Lyie's (trug store, corntr Salem
HVfnnc 'iml fommeirnf ?trrnt.
QTJ8TAF BOTTIGER, Architect.
Graduate of the
of Stockholm and Gothenburg,
Sweden. Plans and Specitications
delivered on short notice. Correspon
Office Masonic Building, Roanoke. Va?
il, w. s. Gregory;
Thorough Graduate of Baltimore
io6 Salem Avenue, Next Door
to National Bank.
a. oriffin. I j. allem watts
QRIFFIN & WATTS;
Roanoke, ... - Virginia.
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
cnrripr Slnlpm avenue 'inH .TafTeraitti **
UAU A AUA? price arc stamped on the
bottom. If the dealer cannot supply yon.
?end direct to factory, enclosing advertised
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE gentlemen.
Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed*
Best In the world. Examine nls___
6.V00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
64.00 HAND-SEWEI) WEI.T SHOE.
83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
BZ.60 EXTRA VALVE CALK SHOE.
62.25 & 82 WORKINOMEN'S 8HOE8. _
82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All made la Congress, Button end Lace.
$3&$2 SHOES lafd?i!s.
81.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Beet Material. Beet Style. Beet Fitting,
W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Kail. Sold by
janll eod-Grn tn th sat
it * co
5 a 2 -
5 o *- ?
u'S 50 ?
X -2 - o
X a S ~Z
83 ow 2
AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
and dealers in all kinds of
COOKING and HEATING STOVES,
Plumbing and Gas-Fitting, Roofing
Spouting and Jobbing.
-Salem Avenue-, BTJA^?KEf YAv
BOX 99, TELEPHONE 77
BUTTER 30cts per Pound. Milk 2dcts ^j^^.v^,^'
per Gallon. Gream iocts per Pint. Butter Jtoun> ?oas pci Uaitun
ALL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
CHARLES T. L? MANAGER
Pulaski City, Va.
Bluefield, W Va.
Fhe above houses offer superior accommodations to ihe
Travelling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
FR/BD. IE. FOSTER,
AN OBJECT LESSON.
^ -? ' / r
Teacher (who is a billiard enthusiast)- "Now, then, what is a
Smart Boy?"A 'straight tip' is whim
GRINBERG & MORRIS,
proprietors of the "Young Atnsric i" CI i? t j I > i ? 1 ?? i ? ?
ClotMij, Hats and Miim Goofls, wi Boots, Sin;
Trunks and Volkses is larger and their prices lower than ever.''
In clothing we have really a' fin < selection for men, youths and
boys. In hats the very latest stylos, and as to our furnishing goods, /
they need only to be seen to be appreciated. We hav? some specially /
fine underwear selling at remarkably low figures. No trouble to show
GRINBERG & MORRIS.
Corner Jefferson and Campbell Streets
J. B. FRIER, C. M. WE3BER, CHAS. D. DENIT,
Citj Sergeant. Sheriff Roanol:? County. Editor Times-Register.-.
FRIER, WEBBER ?&., DENIT,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Salem, - ' - - Virginia.
Sell and buy houses, lots and farm! on commission. Houses rented aDd
rents collected Returns promptlv murie. Office: BasenOni Duvnl House
COMMISSIONER'S S?LE OF,
IN THE" CITY OF ROANOKE.
As special com miss ion pi- of the Hust?
ings court ?f the city of Roanoke. Yir
sioia, in the chancery cause of J. W.
Webb's adtnioistrator vs. J.B. Pollard.1!
I shall sell on the premises, to the j
highest bidder, by public auction, at 10
o'c'ock a. m.. on
SATURDAY', FEBRUARY 8. 1890
all that certain lot or parcel of lan'- i
said proceedings mentioned, consisting
of about \ acre lyin*r on the north-east
corner of Salem aveuue and Twenty -
fifth street of the citv of Roauoke, Va. ?
TERMS.?Ooe-third of the purchase
money cash, and the balance in two
equal credit installments at six and
twelve months from the Jay of sale, and
iha purchaser giviog his" negotiable
cotes for the credit installments, the
title to the property to be retained uu
til the full purchase money is paid, and
a conveyance directed by the court.
J. AT LEN WATTS,
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of the Hust?
ings court of the city of Kouooke. Va.. '
do hereby certify that the bond of $600.
required in the chancery cause of[
Webb's administrator vs. Pollard, has I
been given by the special commissioner,
J. Allen Watts, with approved securhy.
Witnes? my hand this 6th day of Jan
uary, 1890. 8. S. BROOKE,
Hilt HAT! WHJUTl WHEAT!
Fifty thousand bushels prime wh ea
Five thousand tons No. 1 and N o. \
timothy bay for sale.
^ ?' SD~BItETT & SON,
?to l#o> ftmraWTiT Vir.
A. 8trtcil\ ui>i-t,ia-s macuiiie. Fady
warranted; Made from very ^est ma?
terial, by skilled workmen, and with
the best too's that have ever r.een
devised for the purpose. Warranted
to do all that can be reasonably ex?
pected of the very best typewriter
extant. Capable of writing 150
words per minute?or more?according
to the ability of the operator.
If there is no agent in4_c*air town,
aidress the manufacturers.
. THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Parish, N. Y.
&! & W is
i enemy;: ForiosTcrPAiLiKfl z^trqqbi
MrUaiHffi: Generalaad HEKV0U3 EI31IITY?
CTD'B'E "Wesk:ae?Ii of Bo'J7!lnd Hind:Effect?