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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
change q it lot,
?'t to o. closing
steady Is, 1
bonds doll, ft
Ala. OA .'
do. Cl. 115s.
(In. 7s mortg'e
N. C. Os.
S. (J. eon Hp. .
Tonn, sett. . .
Ch. & N. \V..
Hol. & Lack..
10. Tonn., new
Hake Shore . .
L. & N.
Mom. & Char.
Moh. ?fc Ohio.
N. & C.
easier. Money ei
ifered at V. Sub-tre
. 8145,042,000; uun
24; r.s. 101 >4'.
.10 1 N. ?. l'a.. 1st. .
. tot N.Y. Cen_
N. & VV. prer..
N. I 'ac. prof..
IL ? W. P.T'l
St. Paul prer.
Tn.< 'oal I r'n
X. .1. Cell.
West.. Union .
7t;1., Cot. Oil T. C..
r>7 lirunswiuk ...
28 Moh. .v. o.
t)?.i Silver Cor_
. 1 tr."
PRODUCE AM) HKUCIIAN 1)ISK.
Nkw YoitK, Oct. 20. [Special]?
Southern Hour steady. i|itiei. Wheat
uns? ttled, moderately active, closing
weaker; No. :.' red lo7;s' elevator. Op?
tions advanced ^f"'..and were active
on Western orders, but later declined
"if" J? on realizing by early buyers,
closing weak: No. 2 red Oct., 107'.:
Nov., 108; Dee., luv,: May. Ml','.|.
Corn moderately active, shade higher,
closing weak: No. 2,50%(?ilMI elevator.
Option b Mowed wheat, advancing early
14@%\ afterwards lost advance and
closed it bout steady; Oct., and Nov..
51? 9ft j Dee.. iio',,: May, ill \\. Oats 1 .?.<
up; moderately active, easy, options
lirnier, quiet; Oct.. 4H?.f; .Nov.. 10: Dec.
50; May, ?l7-'; No- ' spof I5?.'je?40;
in'.xed vVosli rn i'i' ?<?? 50.
Hops, mcderntely active, firm. Coffei .
option> closed steady, quiet: Oct., SIS. 10:
Nov., 817.05(8 l7.7:.:'.M.ty. SI5.2.M? 15.30.
Spot Illo, easier, quiet, fair cargoes
:.'<>';. Sugar, raw, dull, steady; t.iir re?
fining 5 7-l0;e 'utrlfugalsOO test 15-10;
rctlhed, dull, steady. Molasses, foreign,
nominal: New Orleans, quiet. iHo ?.
linn, good demand. Petroleum, quiet,
steady; crude mi barrels: Parkers, 87.2?|
refined, all ports, 87.00. Cotton m .-,1 oil,
firm, crude 28; rosin.linn,quiet; strained,
common to good. ?1.45f?/i 1.50. Turpen
pine, dull. Wool, quiet, firm. Pork,
steady, quiet. Hoof, steady, dull. Ueef
hams, quiet, weak. Tiorced heef, dull,
linn. <.'ut. meats, quiet, steady: middles,
quiet, steady. I.aid. dull, weak: WVst
erd steam. Sii.:,7 ., : city. S0.0.*i(<c0.HI: Oct.
and Nov., vi;.r>r?. Freights, for cotton.
.'?d. grain. ;,d.
Ciucvno, Oct. 20.?ISpecinl)?Wheat,
trading active and prices higher. Fluc?
tuations wero confined within a moder?
ate range, and outside prices of the day
were not, sustained. Market opened
about same as yestordry's closing to
shade above and eased off :',<<? Iben
started to advance, and with only slight
flu ?.illations prices weio bid up l ?s(a 1 '4,
then started a reaction, prices easing off
_5i<3lJ6t lluetiiated slightly and closed
about !tj lower for Decemher and
lower for May than yesterday.
Corn was rather unsettled, price
change! being frequent within l
range. Inlluences on the market were
mainly local: the llrst trades were ',?#
Ifo advance, which did not. hohl, and a
decline of % followed. The crowd be?
came short, on the decline, and wheat
started up and an advance ol "1 followed.
Market again reacted J?@ ? arid closed
Oats?Market, was rathor quiet with
lightoi trade and narrower range of
prices. There was fair demand early,
first trading heing at slightly advanced
prices. Hater on fair selling, prices re
coded ',., but rallied ",. again yielded
iarid finally closed a shade lower than
Mess pork Itathcr quiet; feeling was
noticeable and trading light, prices ir?
regular. Opening sales were made at
10 cents decline, but with lair bay?
ing linni r feeling was developed, and
prices rallied 7 or'io cents. Lateran
easier feeling prevailed and prices
settled back .1, ,< 10 cents and closed
Hard, trailing was moderate: opening
sales were made at 2! ; ceilts decline,
but this was quickly recov ered. Later
feeling was easier and prices receded
2Ji.und the market closed quiet at inside
figures. Short ribs, then' was only fair
business; opening sales were made at
?j^ decline, hut it was recovered again
(Shortly after opening; later a weaker
ffecll ig was manifested and prices
?receded 2)^@5 and tbu market closed
The leading futures:
WilRAT. Op ng. IPgst. ( Is g.
Dc.toher. 10194 I02jj 101
IDecember. 103% lot1, 10;;
Mav. los 10014 1 es
|)ctober. 52?>J 52;1jJ 52 J?
May. 55 % 55 &
Sent to Hor Home.
Mrs. James McMillen and her little
|oy, who were taken uj) on the streets a
?w days ago and sent to the almshouse,
tere started for* Wilmington, Dolewnre,
iSt night. Mrs. MeMillons home, .she
.living regained her strength.
A Kin.1. ami complete stock of Knabe,
tranick and Dach and New England
lanos and Estey organs can n I ways bo
,und at. the warerooms of the llobbio
Iiisic Company, Lynchhurg, Va. In
Idition to these new instruments they
in furnish yon good second-hand ones
torn for prices.
i. Allen, of Suloitt, Va.,
1^11 have for rent, in Central Market
Main street, a store with
Hss and brich iront, size 75 feet deep.
f. et pitch: will be ready to occupy
lou: Noven*ber 10. Also six stalls 111
Intral Market su 1 tablo for butchers or
Lc ? ' :? --s ?KO, Ai.ixx,
?n.'S-i'u Salem, Va.
EV1?KE MONEY AND HELP RO?NOKE
Subscription Books of the Col?
umbia Land Company Open.
Something for every land company, j
property-owner ami merchant in Uoitn- i
True real-estate values ilepoml upon j
wage earning eslahlishmonts. The
Columhin Land Company has secured
a large manufacturing plant under very
favorable conditions, which, if carried I
out, will add 1,000 to the population of]
The Monitor Steam Generator Manu- j
factoring tompany employs 300 inen, i
many of them skilled work men, ami i
ground w ill he broken immediately upon
the completion of the subscription list I
to the steel," of the Columbia band Com- j
Washington. I). C. Lancaster. Pa..
Richmond, Va., and West Virginia sub?
script ions are already secured.
The prospectus of this company is
printed below, and maps showing the
situation are to be seen at the oitiuc of
the company, Itoom No. Timks lluild
This is a money making proposition,
and all are requested to look into it and
The President of the Monitor Steam
Generator MTg Co.. Mr Horace M.
Kngle. formerly of Marietta. !'a.. now?
here, w ill fully explain tin- purposes of
i his company. Don't wait for others,
got your name down. Subscription
cards and maps can be seen at the olllce
of s. D. Ferguson, Treas., and at the
following Heal F.sta to offices until Sat?
urday. Nov. 1st:
I.. I.. I'l.wiu. a Co.,
tii:\-i a ItoswKi.i..
John II. I! Vin t.i tt. I'resident.
Another Large Manufacturing Plant
lias been secured for tl.Magic City."
Which w ill at once employ two hundred
men. many of them skilled mechanics,
and will, eventually, employ from eijriit i
hundred to fifteen hundred men. Large 1
pipe works will soon be connected with ;
i hem. Th.msumption or iron plate. I
manufactured here, will be immense,
and the employes, with their families,
of Iritis cmpany. w ill make a town o? (
Large I'rick Works. Furniture Mann
factory, a large Casket and Collin Mann- .
faciery (the only one in the South) and
a Sewing Machine Co.. are now negotiat?
ing for locations with the "Columbia
All these >rood things for Rounuke de
pond on completing the subscriptions
to*the Capital Siock of the ''Columbia
Land Co." That this will he rapidly j
subscribed liiere can be no doubt.
A Charter ol very liberal character i
has been secured, with the following In- |
corporators and Directors:
JOHN IL UARTLKTT, president, of!
II. C. Mf'SSKR. vice-president, of
Lancaster Co.. I'a.
HUGH W. FRY, secretary, of Vir
S. I). FKRliL'SON, treasurer, of Vir?
A.Mos XIKGLFiR. or Lancaster Co..
Capital stock. $350,000. Shares. -K) each.
Tin- properly consists of 380 acres,
more or less, costing $100,000, .secured
by contracts, ami is situated on the Nor?
folk and Western railroad, basing over
half a mile of main line running through,
it. li is liotindcd by the Itoanokc river,
?the proper! ios of the "Inter-1 rhan 1 .and
i Company" and others, now being rapid?
ly improved. The property of the Itoa?
nokc Development Company, recently
h is proposed to locate manufactories
, on this land, and one large one. the
??Monitor Steam Generator Manufac?
turing Company.'* lias been secured, on
the following terms: $15,000 subscrip?
tion to i lu-ir treasury slock, and a dona?
tion of litten acres of land, already se?
it e.ted by them.
To carry out these plans, this Com?
pany oilers its Capital Stock at par. pay
aide, twenty per cent. November I. I8U0:
i -ii pei-cent. Di.oilier I. IS'.iO: ten per
cent. Fnhrunry I. 1801, and no more
assessments will be made before duly I. i
1801. Ii is estimated, and is the plan to
have the proceeds of I be sale of lots pro- !
vide for all the money required to com?
plete the remaining sixty per cent.
The purchase of this property, one of I
(lie most favorably located farms in the |
rapidly developing section hetween 1
Itoanoko and Salem, is made on very
bi vor able terms, one-third cash, balance
one. two and three yours, six per cent,
interest from date of deed; and it is the
intent and determination to make this
enterprise one of the most profitable
land Companies in this section, all of
which have proven so remunerative.
This Company will proceed tb lay olf
j this land Into streets; blocks for manu
factories, business blocks, and resident
lots will be arranged, and next summer
j there will be a sale of lots, after the en?
terprises are under way. And it is be?
lieved by I he Company that there will
I be a great demand for the same.
The Itoanoko River will be bridged
I from this property to that of the"Monl
| tor Land Co." opposite, and the Itoanoko
i and Southern railroad branch to Salem
I will undoubtedly pa8S through the land
of the "Monitor Laml Co.," near the
river, and close to the lands of the
j "Columbia Land Co.;" and a branch con?
nection will, without doubt, he made
: with the Dummy Line, so to make this
property very accessible.
The most assured location of large
works along this route will make this
; property very valuable, when it is re
j alized that every farm all along this
lienutiftll valley is now under opt ion.
I and able men are at work earnestly to
make a city from Itoanokc to Salem,
the magnitude and prosperity of which
has never before been equalled in the
Men who know what they are doing
are determined to make this beautiful
: valley teem with the busy hum of
? varied manufactories.
The Monitor Steam Generator Mnnu
, factoring Company's works will be the
Hrst steam-heating company in all the
South. Reference is made to the "pros?
pectus" of the "Monitor Steam Gener?
ator Manufacturing Company," and the
president, of that, company, room No. I.
Times' l.uilding: also.to the "Columbia
Land Company," room No. f>. Times'
I'uildlng, as to further details of the
plans of both campanios. __
Is therm anything you
wish to buy or sell ?
Do you want rooms ?
Do you want board ?
Do you want employment ?
Have you stock for sale ?
Have you rooms for rent ?
Do you want boarders ?
If you want anything or
have anything to dispose of
put an advertisement in The
TlMES. It will cost only one
cent per word, and will bring
what you want.
Situations W anted a n d
ufounds" inserted free of
A NDKRSON A SON. manufacturers
J \ of ami dealers in pine, oak and
poplar lumber and laths. Yard corner
Kail road avenue and Third avenue s. e.
Specialty, bills cut to order. oct30-lt
IjlOR RENT?A storehouse situated I
near West End round-house: good j
local ion lor restaurant or saloon. Ap?
ply to O. T. CUNNINGHAM, 830
Second avenue It. W. OCt30-0t ]
I>ART1 ES desiring rnslilonablo dress- '
making, wax work and fancy articles I
in hair, call on MI'S. AN NIK It. N 10 W- !
LAND. 103 Salem Ave. not..10-Im.
\ \ r ANTED A -ituation us hostler
t t and wagoner. References given.
\ddress X. V. /... care 15. Nininger. City
l'. o. oct.:tti-:;t.
\\ ""ANTED To rent a room in a prl
. t vate Ian ily by a young man in
town permanently. Address II. M. II.
Tim us Offick. oct'io-lt
4 KRIGHT, INTELLIGENT YOUNG
i V MAN. who is willing to work, and
wasts to learn the newspaper business,
can lind something to his advantage by
upidving at. TliK Times' business ollicc
between 10 a. in. and 1 p. m,
fTMIB MISSES CURTIS will open aj
1. kindergarten and primary school !
in the Masonic building, Monday. Oct.
?.'7th. Address, 32 Franklin st. oct.21-2w.
VLL CONTRACTS of tier Roanoko |
. Iluilding Stone and I'avlng Com-I
puny must be approved by secretary !
anil all settlements to be made through j
octr'.VIwk II. O. COLE, See'y.
GOOD STOREHOUSE FOR RENT
on Salem Avenue. Apply to
ocC.'l-tt .1. F. WINOFIELD.
'\\,r ANTED.?Scavenger and garbage
V t work done at short notice.
sepp.'.l-lm 233 Fourth ave. n. w.
HAVE your house painted in lirst
class style by Carr. None but ilrst
class material used.
nAVE YOUR DIN I NO LOOM CE1L
1NO nicely decorated in cither oil
or water colors. Carr can do it. niarO-tf
rpHE STRONGEST FINANCIAL IN
1 StittlOon in Southwest Virginia.
The Roanoko Trust, Loan and Sale De?
posit Company. Capital and Surplus,
$303.213.00. I'ays Interest jii deposits,
171RB, LIKE. ACCIDENT. l'LATE
Glass. Steam Roller Inspection.
Tornado and Lent Insurance, at olllce
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company,
Salem avenue, near .letlerson street.
THOMAS LEWIS A CO.,
r. Yost 4 Go..
REAL [STATE BROKERS,
Mineral, Timber and Farm Lands.
CITY LOTS A SPECIALTY.
MAX MEADOWS, VA.
L. YOST. II. D. C. KU FORD.
E. I'. I'ARKER, Norfolk, Va.
I!. MAUl'IN. FRANK ST. CLAIR.
.IAS. IL RA LI) WIN.
net IT-1 m
MRS. E. B. JONES
Will remove October 1 t.i Salem
avenue, next to Hlount s Diamond
Front. She will then carry a tine line
of millinery goods, notions, etc., which
she will be glad to have the people of
Roanoko and vicinity call and examine.
I Compare TH b
Real Estate Agents
MAIN OFFICE: Roanoke, Va.
MAX MEADOWS, VA.; FRONT ROYAL. VA.: SHENANDOAH. VA.;
WINSTON. N. C.
Excursion rates to grand opening sale of lots at
Special attention given to applications made to us for lots at any of
F. B. KEMP & COMPANY.
S. S. SHAFER,
No. 5 SALEM AVE.
Next ilooi- to his ohl statnl.
where ho is
To furnish the trade with ohoic
Staple and Fancy
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
"W. Ir^IEIDIGrO & CO.
eal Estate Agents,
. P. CAMP & CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Office Times Building.
03 Third Avenue, s. W.
A special bargain in a lot corner Patterson avenue and Light street >. ?
Price SI.Sot); one-third cash, balance one and tu.> years. It will on
olferod at this price a fewjdays. < all and see us. , .?? , -in,
? At the lowest cash prices.
C. F. Blount
removal. .ENGLEBY & BROS.,
MAM TAt TURKttS op
J. F. WINGFIELD, ? and sheet-iron ware.,
DIAMOND FRONT i Lire, life and accident, in- cookixu and iikatinu stoves.
ir>2 salem avenue. suranee and real estate agent, ?o?
I lias lllOVcd Iiis oftlCC to Plumbing and lias-Fitting, Roofing
FUQUA & BOAZ N0 114 C0MMERCE STREET
Spouting and Jobbing
Where he will be pleased to
? 19 Sabin avenue. UOANOKK, VA.
I see his customers. Major A. aur,-tf
L. Pitzer is with this firm, and
would Ik g ad t< sc. his friends, i JAMES DEVON.
(Successor to F.. Walsak.)
li-liw! I D eing and Scouring Establishment.
ST?ART & HEUSER, , , ,,
Steam Fitters " S" .UT., 'JSKA
- .\ n y
Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
ROOFIX0, OUTTKltINO, 9l*0UTINQ
Real estate agents. Ivanhoe, Wytho
itnphell street. Third a"