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THE ROANOKE TIMES,
EVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY.
ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO.,
Publisners and Proprietors.
TIMES BUILDING,
rbird avenue and First Btroot, southwest.
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?m.ioKl Vintori every morning by carriers for
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terms, BY MAIL. (Postage Propaid.)
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? one year.b-??
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for Invariably in advance.
THE WEEKLY TIMES.
Tnr. Wfkki.v Timks, containing tho news of
th-> week In a '"ore condensed form, one year,
$1.00 in advance.
Advertising rates made known on applica?
tion. ._
items of nows. oommunlcatlons^oto.,should
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istered letter, cheque, or dnift, should bo ad?
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THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO.
Roanokc, Virjrima.
Kntered at the Postofflco nt Roanokc as scc
orid-olnt|s thai er.
Th E Tim es controls the fran?
chises of both the Associated
Press and the United Press,
and is the only paper in lie
city publishing regular
graphic dispatches.
THE TIMES can bo lc
ealo nt tho following r
RounoUe-Georgre
Smiths, Di'.lli.i & r
Salem?Alfred
Pulaski-Me
Blue E leid-'
Pocahor
Lynch"
BrlH' -<*. Front
stre
a. he Mctropoli
iECEMRER 12, 1800.
city srlist"hiiii t;s.
.ters who fail to receive their
.ilarly every morilillg.will coll?
ar by notifying Immediately the
<t? oineo of the times.
not i ck.
tiik times will hot bo responsible for
any hills contracted by employes unless
orders are given for the same by the
general nuiniigrr.
attract sk1m.k1) lahor.
Tho scope of the Southern Inter-State
Immigration Convention, which meets at
Ashe.ville next week, will he defined by
tho convention itself. Its delegates will
go thoro with very general instructions,
if any. The convention may he expect?
ed to do what every 1> tiding Southern
convention has done of late years?ad?
vance the material interests of the
South.
The South has an abundance of cheap
labor. It has not the needed oloments
of skilled labor insufficient quantities
to keep paco with tho development of
industries or to permit the development
of industries in which capital will
readily seek investment.
Nuxt to the production of pig iron, in
which a large proportion of compara?
tively unskilled labor is employed,
come a great variety of manufactures in
which three-fourths of tbo labor is
highly skilled. High mechanical skill
indicates a high order of intelligence.
Intelligent men demand the surround?
ings which may givo their children
education and opportunity to rise in the
world. Thoy want to work in towns
whero there aro schools.
Intelligent and highly skilled mo"
chanics will not leave cities whore
they have tho advantages of paved
streets, public water supply, improved
soworago, gas and electric lights, street
railways, and live in a howling wilder?
ness at tbo same wagos. Nor will they
bo content in entering new communi?
ties until these advantages are shown
to bo forthcoming.
Therefore, it is important that tbo
Immigration Convention, if it deals with
this important subject, should have
prepared to lay before tho highly skilled
labor of the North,statistics showing t ho
growtli of tho public school system, the
increase in southern cities of public im?
provements, the miles of street, railways
in operation, tho places which bavo
waterworks. Tbey should show how
much money is being expended for
sewerage, how much for paving. In
short, tho skilled mechanic of the
Jlorth should be given accurate and
available information as to how oloscly
the manufacturing centers of the South
are approaching tho standard to which
bo is accustomed.
Then givo him the list of advantages
-?no short one?which the South can
ollor him and the North can not. and be
will have caught the Southern fever.
WHKKK PA KN KM. i a1i.ki).
Farnell seems to be a cross between
Speaker Heed and the great Frenchman
whoso motto was ' Audacity, Audacity,
always Audacity !" Ho soizod upon the
offic) of United Ireland, tbo leading
. Irish Nationalist paper long edited by
William O'Brien, now in this country,
and, aided by a strong body of his adher?
ent?, ejected tbo opposing editors. The
papor was later recaptured by his oppon?
ents, acting in the namo of Mr. O'Brien.
Tho significant fact of tho recapture
lies in the fact that organized bands of
laborers assisted tho anti-Parnellitos.
This shows to the American public what
has long been known in Ireland, that
Parnell has hot tho sympathy of *hc
Irish laborers. It should bo clearly
known and understood that while many
of the Irish tenant farmers are wretch ed
ly poor, others are very well to do, oc?
cupying farms worth thousands of
pounds and paying several hundred
pounds annual rental.
Not infrequently it is tho latter class
whose light has been supported by Par?
nell, notably on the Ponsonby estate.
His name has at no time been directly
associated with any measure for the
benefit of the Irish farm laborer or the
poor of tho great cities, who are in?
variably oppressed by rents out of all
proportion to the values of their hold?
ings.
That is one reason why Parnell has I
never had the hold on tin' masses of Ire?
land which have given their hearts to
such men as John Dillon and Michael
Da vitt.
That is the reason why Irish labor
unions detailed guards to sei- that Par?
nell did not again got possession of the
offices of United Ireland.
Methodical Mud it ess.
i'roni the Chat tanoo.'a Times.
If Mr. Darnell is crazy there is surely
much method in his madness. Never
has he shown Buch mastery of a difficult
situation before as in tie- prosent crisis.
He has clearly outwitted the ablest
English strategists and put the oppo?
nents of his 1 >adership in the Irish party
in a hole: and he did it all single hand?
ed, without a sign of help from any man
or factiou or party, Our deliberate opin?
ion isthat Mr. Harold b'rederio writ's
imself down a dunce and du Hard, when
writes Parnell down a maniac.
Difference of Opinion.
From the New York press.
Eugene Pichl pronounces tho English
climate a fraud because there were
seventeen rainy days ou t of the thirty!
days he spent recently in London. That
is whero he and tho Englishmen differ, j
Tho true Englishman would aver that
the weather was beastly because there'
had been thirteii dry days out of thirty, j
Gospel Truth. i
From the Washington star.
Nobody can deny the claim of the New
York Herald that Mr. Charles A. Dana
would make an excellent United States
Senator, but Mr. Dana is a gn at editor,
and while the woods are full of senato
I rial timber the material for editors of
his capacity is mighty sett roe. Let Mr.
Dana remain and ??shin.- for all"'where
he is.
Come South, Voting .Man!
From tho Atlanta 1 'onstlUitlon.
Once more wo arc beginning to hear
I of hard limes in the northwest. VVe
cannot waste our sympathies on tho
cranks who settle in that region, how?
ever. Sensible men should settle in
the South rat her than get next, door to
the north pole.
They Huven*! learned to IMuy.
From tin- Washington star.
The Mugwumps are playing "Tiddledy
winks" with Gov. Hill, but so far have
not succeeded in flipping him into tho
Senatorial basket.
PROMINENT PEOPLE.
j General Lew Wallace is writing, with
I elaborate care, a story of the conquest,
I of Constantinople by the Turks in 1454.
He intends it to he as good in its way as
I ''Hen Ilur."
The marriage of Miss Edith Barrett,
youngest daughter of the tragedian,
' Lawrence Barrett, and Mr. Marshall
? Williams, a well-known society hache
I lor of Boston, will he solemnized tit
. Emmanuel Church, Boston, during the
present month.
A niece of .1. ITenimore Cooper is a
i member of the Itollevue Training School
I for nurses. She is a tall, graceful bru
i nette who has been studying in the sur?
gical ward, and is said to show a refine?
ment and a sweet presence that is more
1 potent than medicines in treating tho
sick.
Among Stanley's hearers in Toronto
was .lohn Livingstone, brother of Dr.
Livingstone, in seoking for whom the
explorer began his African career.
Nathaniel Cage, of Washington,
widely known as a financier, and who has
just returned from a two months' trip to
London ami liorlin. where, he went to
interest, some foreign syndicates in
American enterprises, states that "the
biggest Americans, as Englishmen esti?
mate them, are .lames G. BlaillO ami
Grover Cleveland. Each is recognised
as the foremost champion of his cause."
At tho last commencement of the
Royal University of Dublin nine clever
Irish girls took the degree of B. A. One.
Miss Maud i.oynt, received her M. A.
with highest, honors in modem litera?
ture, while one more, a potential Portia,
pretty and wise, by namo and title Miss
Frances Helena Cray, wears her LL. D.
with bocoming dignity. In the examina?
tion papers the women students ranked
above the men.
Princess Wilhelmina has been pro?
claimed Queen of the Netherlands, and
is the youngest living sovereign except
Alphonso XIII, King of Spain. Tint
little queen Is a pretty ami intelligent
clildof 1<?, who has been brought up
with alQVOSt Spartan rigor by her con?
scientious mother.
A dispatch from Merlin brings the in?
to 11 ig? mco of the death, at the age of s.'t
years, of Heinrich Bergbaus, the emi?
nent geographer. He was horn at
! (Moves, in Prussia, and educated at
' Munster, He is specially noted for bis
magnificent physical atlas, of which an
I English edition was published by Alex
| ander Keith Johnsson in Edinburgh.
Among 'he leading musical InStru
j menu of tho world K nabe pianos stand
1 pre-eminent. For beauty of workman
j ship, purity of tone, elasticity of touch
and durability they are unsurpassed.
I T.hffSO excellent instruments can bo
found at the Hobble Music Co.'s, Lyncb
hury. Va. Call on Or write for iilus
trati'd catalogue ?.
Onl)exchanges for sale at Tun Timks
oilier; 20 cents per loo.
Are you prepared, for it? If not, then, of
course, you'll want to be.
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH,
1 10 Commerce Street,
Arc now offering the greatest variety of articles, suit?
able for Christmas gifts that arc useful as well as orna?
mental, in Roanokc. A special attraction among their
many exhibits is a prett3' imc ?f
They embrace a great variety of very unique produc?
tions of this very unique people, and are just the thing
for novel Christinas gifts. Call and look them o\fer.
Then they are showing a most complete assortment of
the following goods to be found this side of the large
cities. Their prices are the very lowest in the city.
Handkerchiefs in every phase of style, quality and color;
stamped linens in toilet sets, bonffet covers, pillow shams,
doylies, lunch cloths; handsome linen in table sets, towels,
napkins in unusual variety; kid, cashmere and fur-top
gloves and mits of all kinds; our assortment is simply
complete; umbrellas for ladies or gentlemen; new styles
for Christmas gifts now open; muffs and fur capes of all
kinds; neckwear, collars and cuffs, suspenders, etc., for
gentlemen; silk mufflers in a variety of styles; pocket
books, purses and shopping bags in all the new and
popular shapes; hair brushes, combs, toilet waters, per?
fumes, soaps in glycerine, palm, etc., in great variety.
We offer this week 120 ladies' flannel undershirts at
$1.10 per piece, regular value $1.50; 25 pieces 36-inch
all-wool cloth dress goods at 25c, worth 37 '<c.
Cloaks and Robe Dresses
At 20 per cent, reduction to close them out. Call and
look through our stock.
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH.
Wm P. Baker. Wm. II. Markxey
BARER & MARKLEY,
Real Estate Agents,
jv.t remi^pq to 100 Salem avenue,
s. w.. Roanoko, Virginia.
City tforcty, farms and mineral lands
sold. Correspondence solicited.
EMLEBY & BROS,
M AN U PACT tJRERS OP
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
axi) dealers in am. kinds of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
Heal estate agents, first tloor Times
Building,
Persons listing property with us can
be certain that it will have careful at
j tention. Correspondence solicited.
N
TOTICE.
Plumbing and Gas-Pitting, Roofing,
Spouting and Jobbing
1!) Salem avenue. KOANOIC VA
aufi-tf. ?
JAMES DEVON,
Sale of stock of International Cigar?
ette Machine Cotunnny.
Tho following list of subscribers to
tie- capital stock of the International
Cignrretto Machine Company having
failed to pay assessments due by them,
to wit:
Names. d
y.
W.O. Kenney. trus -1.
W. K. Hakcr. 5,
N. T. Nininger.. ?
A. '1'. Maupin. <">
W. 1'. Moomaw. . . (1
11. L. Greidcr.t'>
John Sheridan.... ti
M. T. C. Jordan. . . -1,
l>. Prince.o
M. 11.Clay tor. 4,
.1 no. McQuade.... o
B. S. Ilinkle. G
W. O. Kenney.... 4.
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5, G
in
:is
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.10
'jo
10
1(1
10
10
10
10
300.00
700.00
noo.oo
50.00
noo.oo
300.00
100.00
300.00
100.00
150.00
loo.oo
100.00
300.00
(Successor to E. Walsak.)
Notice is hereby given that said stock
will be sold at tin; front door of the
I Hustings' Court, house of the city of
I Roanoko, under Sections 1127, 1128 and
_ . , _ , . . i mi i ! ?20 of the Code of Virginia, at public
Dyeing and Scouring Estaolisnment, \ auction, on Saturday. December 13, at
I 12 o'clock M. By order of the Hoard
I of Directors.
Ii. II. WOODKCM,
101 Campbell street. Third avenue s. w. | pp?Rident cigarette Machine Co
BE N N ,v C< >C K K. novO-1 m
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
. Everything dyed and cleaned in tho
j best manner, Not oxcolloJ by any
establishment in thec-mntrv :f
rjMIE illVERMONT COMPANY.
LvxcHurno, Va., Nov. 13, 1800.
, A general meeting of the stockholders
! of tho Ilivormont Company is hereby
; called to meet in this city, at the Calos
thenic Hall, on Thursday, the 10th day
of December, at 4 o'clock p. m. By
, order of the board of din dors,
novl.l-lm A. M. DOYLK. Sec'y
j J. 1). McNAMBB. rOM. IIAYBLI1*.
McNAMEE & HAYSL1P,
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTERS,
GKAINBUS AND PAPBIt IIANGBUS.
; Shops, Had ford, Va. Uiehlands, Vft.,
, ituena Vista, Va; Headquarters, Hoa
noke, Va. Lock Bex '.?, Itoanoke, Va.
i \ tr
NORPOEK & WESTERN RAI L
ROA1) COMPANY.
The annual mcotibg of tho Norfolk
and Western Railroad Company, held
May 7th 1800, having adjourned to meet,
at the call of the chairman of tho meet?
ing or tho president, of the company. ;m
adjourned meeting thereof is hereby
called, and will be held on the fifteenth
day of December, 1800, at 10 a. in., at
the ollice uf the company, in the c'.ty of
Itoanoke, Va,.. for tho purpose of recoiv
a report of 'the president relating to
action taken by the company under
authority given nt the annual meeting
in securing control of tin" Shenandoah
Valley railroad, ami transact any other
business that may properly come before
the mooting. " WILLIAM LAM H.
|?\ .1. KI M HALL. Chairman.
President Norfolk and Western Hail
road Company. n30&dc2,3,0,0,j3,14
TRU TIMES recotvoH and prints dally
ilvo times as much teleflrrnphic uows na
any other paper in Itonnoke.
HOUSEKEEPERS, HOTEL PROPRIETORS,
And everybody that buys groceries,
LOOK TO Y0?R INTEREST.
You want to save your money by buying where the
peices _a.se i_0~w"
And tho stock lurge and varied to eoloct from.
EVERYTHING YOU WANT TO EAT,
Pure and fresh, can be had by calling.
Jefferson street. Groceryman. is
Christmas at Pickens'.
The model jewelry bazaar is teeming with all that is
beautiful and attractive.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
Elegant silverware, beautiful clocks, unique pottery, vases,
bronzes, latest novelties. More holiday presents than?
ever before at Pickens'. Come at once aiid see the
prettiest goods in town.
^??fe' s 1 %& B? E&b
I Closing Out Safe
OF THE
om
Is still going on, and we advise everybody in need of
To call at once and select, as this sale will only last
a short time.
LADIES' Al CHILDREN'S SHOES,
In endless varieties, from the finest qualities, espec?
ially to close out at greatly reduced prices.
Come, Everybody, and be Convinced
Boston Boot and Shoe House,
59 Salem Ave., Corner Henry St.
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
H. SILVERTHORN,
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
ZE^IZlSTIE] watches
Our Repairing Department
Is in charge, of the very finest worlcmor that can bo had, and we guaran'oct lo
work which cannot bo duplicated in the city. Send your watches to
silverthorj^t^s
AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK.
J.E. HATCHER & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND STOCK BROKERS,
314 \M Street, Buchanan, Virginia.
Correspo.idcncc solicited and promptl}- answered*

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