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THE -R?ANOKE AND SOUTHERN.
Making the Cut Through the
Hill on the First Section.
Tin Road Will be Pushed Forward WMh
i?at Hi !.,j? l-Atra llaildM Will he i'll! lo
Work ul Oiice~Mefi>re Many Montlm
(ho Train? Will be Hot!Ihr lato tile
The wqrlt on the Uonnoko and South?
ern railroad at this end of the lino will
soon bo well under way.
Tito first four miles of Moorman &
Co.'s contract has been sub-let to Mr.
Conway, of Winchester, and ha now has
a force of bands making the cut through
the hill north of the base ball grounds.
The force will bo enlarged, and mules
and carts added Monday.
Mr. Couwuy will immediately strike
camp on the right of way of the road
jit.'.;, beyond the baseball grounds. He
will also construct a temporary commis?
sary, and expects by the last of the
week to have several forces at work,
lie also expects to have his contract
covered by laborers within two weeks.
Moomaw & Co. will immediately pre?
pare to stiko ca41p on the four miles of
their contract, whltb they will con?
struct, t homselves.
They expect to have several forces on
this part of the lim-, and the whole of it
coverod in a fow weeks.
In a short time hundreds of laborers
will he employed on the Uonnoko and
Southern within fourteen miles of Ro
' (Juarrying for the stone for the
masonry of the bridge across the river
has already been commenced.
Till-: 5lll.D-r.AUK CONCF.KT.
A \ rry Vine Knturlullllltetit al the Opera
House l.:is| Niehl.
The llild-l'ark concert last night was
n great success.
As Raid a. man behind the Tim km re?
porter, the audience "anchored" every?
Where everything is excellent, it is
difficult to praise judiciously.
tiach member of the combination is
an artist, the Herr Professor being
easily first; his violin playing is wonder?
ful: iron his first, number, "Souvenir de
Haydn," to the last, he held his audience
?'Haganini's "Variations di llravura"
was a bewildering mu/.e of melody
played on one string.
??The. Slumber Song-' showed marvel?
ous sympathy between the performer
and instrument, and seemed u mother's ,
soft voice croonlug to her child, and i
just as the audience fancied it had fallen |
asleep it was awakened by the fantastic
notes of a "Spanish Dance."
Mi--s Dark is one of the best cornel
players that has ever appeared here: is
as beautiful as she is accomplished ?her
liguro and bearing are perfect.
--- M>s Jocelya was slightly hoarse, but
her voice was of unusual compass and
Mr. (lillette, though very young?the
reporter had no opera-glass- showed
talent, and careful training. His voice
is u baritone, smooth and sweet and
There was a good audience, but not as
large as the concert deserved, and their
appreciation throughout the evening
w as onthiifinstic.
it WAS W. i*. CAMP'S tka m.
Wclilier Drives Them Over Town and is
Thon Ar real cd.
Walter P. Camp, the real estate agent
and broker, left his horse and buggy un?
attended yesterday for a few minutes'
? and when he returned it was gone. An
hour or so later a young man. appnr- 1
cntly intoxicated, was arrested by Offi?
cers .Mabry and (lee for carelessly and
brutally driving a horse, and itwasde- |
veloneu that tho rig was Mr. Camp's '?
missing property, Tue buggy and hnr- j
tiess were badly damaged and the horse :
overdriven. The man gave his name as ;
? Rubort v,7ones, but it was later ascer?
tained that he was one Webber, against
whom another charge Is pending, lie
was looked u)i to await examination.
A I! ranch of the Hp worth League Formed.
A branch of tho Kpworth Lcnguo was .
formed at the Leo Street Methodist
lOpiscopal Church last evening. An
election of officers rest,lied as follows: j
President Mr. Roberts, first vice- ]
president (department of Christian '
'. work), 10. N. Moore: second (department
Of mercy and help), Miss Atkins; third
(department of literary work). Kdwnrd
Smith; fourth (departmentof entertain- i
meat), W. P. Nyouni; secretary. Miss
Jennie Hart; treasurer. A. S. Meacham.
The object of the league, asset forth
in tho constitution, is to promote intel?
ligent and loyal piety among the
younger members and friends of the
church; to aid them in the entertain?
ment, of purity of heart, and to train
them in works of mercy and help.
Saw It in The Time..
A short item was published in Tin:
Times of yesterday to the effect that, a
Mr. Stark, of Nebraska, had written to
the secretary of the Commercial Club,
inquiring if there was any farming land
for sale in this vicinity. Last evening
Mr. J. Hampton H?ge called at the
rooms of the club and notified the secre?
tary that he had seen the article in Tin
Timks, and that ho had a tract of ;s,.r>ou
acres on the Roanokc, three miles from
lllacksburg, which ho was willing to
sell to the yearning Nebraskan, at j*2(i
per acre. There is a moral in this, if
our merchants will think It out.
Henry Walker and his wife aired tlu ir
domestic infelicities at, the mayor's
court yesterday, with the result of both
\\ being placed und r?50 bai to keep the
peace for a year. Ollicor Otis Ceo made
The (iypscy rtnrou.
W. J. Lamb, agont in advance of the
^.Courted Opera Company, will arrive
OO-day. This company will be seen
more in tho "(Jypsey Itaron" in a short
[ while. The troupe numbers forty-Hvo
THE TtMBS is the only paper in Ron
(poke which rocolvei by telegraph tho
mukLiio? ..o.j aw.itu .a chlca^o
FINANCE AND COMMERCE. |
New Youk, Nov. 7.?'Special'?Ex- \
ohangoqiiict. weak. -is<>.'..((? is.".1.. Money |
tight at 5 to 25, closing offered at <i.
Sub-treasury balances?Gold, $145,- i
33t,OUO; currency. 84,004,000. Covern
incut bonds dull! heavy?4s, 124%;4%s,
lot. Stale b?nds neglected.
Ala. CA 2-3s.. 103% X. O. I'a..lst. . .00
do. Cl. II 5s.. 100 N.Y. Cen- 03
Ga. rsiuortg'e. . . . X. & \\. prof.. 535j
N. C. <is.120 N. l*ac. ?tlftJ
do..4s. p7 X. Pac. prof.. To-, ,
S. C. con Kr. ..101 IPac. Mail- :t'.i
Tonn. 0s.104 Heading. 33%
Trim. 5s.105 It. & W. 1*. T'l Hi",
Tonn. sett.... 7.' Hook Island.. 71P4
Vir. Iis. 50 St. Paul. 51 's
Vir. consuls... l~ St. Paul pref. 104%
Ch. & X. \V... 105% Tex. Pacific.. 10 '4
do profor'd.. 1 :i7 Tn.Coal & Ir'n 30
Del. & Lack... 130 Union Pacific. 44%
Erie. 10% X. 3. Cen.los',
10. Tonn., new. 7%'Mo. Pacific... 05?$
Lake Shore ...104% West. Union . 80
L. &M. 74 1 j Cot. Oil T. C.. lOJi
Mem. ,t Char. . 57 llrunswiek ... 2f?M
Mob. & Ohio.. 20 Mob. & 0. 04%
N. &C. 00 Silver Cer_103%
I'IIODUCE AM) MKUCMANUI.SK.
Uai.timohk.Nov. 7.?ISpecial 1?Klo?r,
firm. Wheat, Southern, inactive, im- >
changed: Western, easy: No. winter :
rod, spot, und Nov. l)7%@08. Corn. |
Soulhern, li nil, steady, unchanged; 1
Nkw VoitK, Nov. 7. ?[Special] ?
Flour, quiet, heavy, 5ft/) 1* lower, clos?
ing unsettled: low extras, 3G5(?>410:
win tor wheat, low grades. 305@410; fair
to fancy, 415<$530; patents. 475fti>505:
Minnesota clear, 440fti5l5. Southern
Hour dull, heavy: common to fair extra.
305(? I10;gootl to choice extra, 415(jfi575.
Wheat quiet. I%@1% lower, weak: No.
rj red. 104%, elevator: options freely
offered on depressed afiairs in Wall
street, declined I %<;i 2 and closed weak:
No. :.' red, Nov.. 104; Dec, 105%: dan..
100' .: May. 10'J !. .
Corn, dull, weak. '? lower: No. 2.
.*.'.>'.,(.i 50; i. elevator: options weal:. :::
lower: freely offered:depressed on Wall
stroet news: Nov.. 50; Dee. and Jan.,
50%; May. 150%. flats, dull, lower: op?
tions dull, lower; Nov., 18%; Dee..
40%; May. 51%; No. 2. spot, is%(il |u%:
mixed Western, 47%@52. Hops. linn,
quiet. Coffee, options closed steady,
quiet: Nov.. $17.35; Dec., SI7.05C<%17.15:
Jan.. $IG.25(S> 10.35: May. Sl5.'?0<u> 15.35:
spot Rio steady, fairly active; fair car?
goes, 10%'. Sugar, raw, dull, nominal;
('ot ton-seed oil. prime 11 rm: oil grades,
weak: crude prime, 28. Rosin duli, firm,
strained, common to good. SI.45ft? 1.50.
Turpentine dull, steady -ll'jf? ! .'.
Wool linn, fairly active. Pork quiet
weak, lleef steady, quiet, beef hams ]
weak, dull; ticrccd beef quiet, firm; cut I
meats steady, quiet: middles weak, \
short clear. 80.05. Lard depressed, much
lower, active: Western steam. SO.25: !
city, ?5.00: Nov., 80.25, Dec. $-1.30:
March, ff(i.' ;. Kroigh ts linn er: cot ton. Is
sc I: grain. 2d.
CiticAon, Nov. ?.?[Special)?Wheat
trailing large and weak, and panicky
feeling existed. Speculave offerings
were again heavy. There was a perfect
avalanche of wheai thrown on the mar?
led after the price fo.' December passed
below the SI mark. There was no sup?
port to market, buyers under present
conditions not earing to invest. Inllii
ep.ces were all more or less of weaken?
ing elf cut. Opening was a shade easier
than yesterday, closing ruled weak, and
declined at lal
Corn, fairly active, firm lone: firs!
trades being at an udvunde of !-^(??%.
owing to very light receipts, and ruled
strong Tora time, advanced Longs
then look advantage of the situation,
and upon free realizing a large line bo
ing sold for a large trader in provision i
market, reacted %, rallied % (id %. be?
came weak and closed with :,,<? ! j loss.
Cash markets were fairly active and
good demand prevailed, while offerings
were r.ithcr light and prices were up '.
(n ^i and closed steady.
The leading futures:
Wiikat. Opng. D'gst. Cls'g.
Nov. '.is1., ii'.i'^ 00 %
December. 100% 101', 101%
May. ion 107 107
Nov. 51% 52% ?*??.'"?,
Decemher_ 51% 52 52
May. 54% 54% 54%
.November.... 4".'!. 4''? 42??
December_ 42% 43 t:i
May. 40 401? 40:',
Decemher. 10.00 10.00 10.00
May. I2i80 r.'.sn P.".70
Decemher. 0.17% 0.20 0.17.%
May . 0.02% 0.05 r.87%
December. 5.53% 5.57 5.52%
May. 0.32% lb 32% 0.30
All AImmiI a i.oxei.
Lulu Patrick and Mary Miller, colored,
had a rough and tumble light on Rail
road avenue, just wost of Jefferson
street, late yesterday. It was nil about
a dusky lover, and Mary played it laloo
on Lulu's face with her shoe. At last
reports Mary was at large and Lulu was
peacefully slumbering in the city jail.
OOANOKE DEVELOPMENT COM?
MA. PAN Y, Roanoke, Va., Oct. 14, 1800.
A general meeting of tho stockholders
of the Roanoke Development Company
will be held in the city of Roanoke,
Va.. at the office of the Roanoke Trust.
Loan and Safe Deposit Company, on
Saturday. November 13, 1800, at 12
o'clock m. lly order of
A. C. DENN1STON. Pre,.
W. S. MfCLANAHAN, Secretary.
J. E. Klulcare & Co.,
TIN AHD SHEET-IRON WARE,
And dealers in all kinds of cooking
and homing stoves. Plumbing and gas
and BtcamAtting done. Tin rooting a
specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. No.
115 First avenue. Iloanoko, Va. novl-tf
A rii.t. and complete stock of Knulie,
Rrhniok and bach and New England
pianos and Kstoy organs e in always be
found at the wnrcrooms of tho Hobble
Music Company, Lynchb?rg, Va. In
addition to these new instrumonts they
can furnish you good second-hand ones
at moderate brie is. Write or call on
theui for prices.
Is T.i i kr ft anything 3-011
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 TiiK
TlMKS. It will cost only one
cent per word, and will bring
what you want.
Situations \V anted and
''founds" inserted free of
j/w\Mi:.v WANTED TO WORK IN
IV/'' u quurry: wages $1.20 per day;
shanty free. Apply to THOMAS II.
IIAWKK, Keystone Quarry, Dig Spring,
1XTANTEI) AT ONCE.?Any one who
t t wishes II bargain ii>. a nice uham
her suit of furniture or parlor suit to
call at \V. W. WORKMAN & CO.'S,2l7
Salein avenue, and see what they have.
!jH)H ItENT Two houses on fifth \
avenue s. w. Apply No. 501 Third j
street s. w. uovS-lt I
I^OR KENT WITH HOARD, DA ROE I
furnished room, heated by fnrnaee.
Itest. residence portion of city. Address
II. ('. \V.. TlMKK ollice. novT-lwk i
r|MVO OK THREE UENTLEMEN
1 can In- accommodated with table .
hoard, also lodging, at moderate liguros. j
MRS. M. 1). Ii EAST, No. 204 Eighth;
ave. s. w,, between Commerce and Roa
noke sis. nov7-0t j
\\7ANTEH AT ONCE?One good :
\ V dralt. horse. Apply to .1. C. P. !
KELL, 210 Salein avenue. nov7-2t I
?OH RENT? Large front room, nicoly J
I furnished, with board. '?>?> South ;
Jefferson street. rioviMiv
IJAROAIN! A drug store, with one
) of the largest proscription trades in
the city, " ill he exchanged for r< ul es?
tate or sohl for cash. Satisfactory rea- !
sons for selling. 'I'. W. SIMS & CO.,'
room 8, Masonic Temple. nov li-Ot.
"1 XT"ANTED?To let business and pro- (
v t fessiomil men know that they can j
secure the service of an expert, steno- |
graphcr and type writer by calling up j
telephone l."><) or calling at Stenographic !
or Type Writing Hureau.room 7. Masonic !
Temple. Parties desiring to dictate |
correspondence or have deeds, contracts,
etc., copied are thus enabled to do so
without loss of time.
"A \ 7 A N TED. S< veral desirable build
1? lug lots located in the West End
or in the southern portion of the city.
Also several good residences and busi?
ness property for investors. Apply at
once to 'J'. W. SIMS ,v CO.
\\T E DESIRE at once severs 1 pieces
t v of good business property- send
description and best, terms to.
T. W. SIMS & CO.,
nov! Iw Doom 7. Masonic Temple.
tiifX/V\A MONTH?Opportunity of!
?nir)" " i a century to men of experi?
ence and ability. Exclusive territory :
given, good solicitors. New and popu
Inr plans; attractive features. Liberal i
contracts. Address HON 2327, New]
York. nov4-ltnwk-2w I
DESlRAltLE YoPNO MEN can '
furnished room ot 352 4th '
ave., s. w. nov 2-1 f.
1>ARTIHS wishing stable for two
horses and buggy house can apply to ,
3f?2 Church street. nov 2-tf. .
i KISITION WAN Till) by a grnd- >
j\ mite of Kentucky I niverslty, (in
book-keeping and banking). Rest re- ?
forences given. Address T. <i. HARD-I
W ICK, Newport. Hiles Co.. Va.
nov I-I aw-1 w 1
tr*OI5 SALE AT \ OR 14AT S A( ? KIFICE i
I one 12 II. I'. Upright Holler, one 10 .
II. I*. Upright Engine, Line Shaftings
and Pulleys and H?lting, all in good
running order and good .isnew. Apply. '
r'ENOlNEBR," care Ti.mks ollice.
HAVE your house pitinted in itrst-1
. class style by Ciirr. None hut first- i
class material used.
51 A V14 YOUR DININti liOOM CEIL
JL 1 NO nicely decorated in cither oil
or water colors. Ciirr can do It. mnrO-tf
I offer for sale 201 acres of Coal and
Iron hand, situated in the Catnwbu val?
ley of Virginia, eleven ?niles from Roan
oke. The OlltlOOk for great develop
menis on this property is splendi I The
ore is a vein of soft brown hematite 32
feet wide and assaying ."?(> per cent, me?
tallic iron. And the coal prospects nie
tine?two shafts having been sunk, one
20 and the Other ?-'."> feet, through solid
coal slate. The property also contains
a mineral spring, which the analysis of
Lehmann ?t Mager proved to possess re?
markable curative powers for all kidney
troubles, especially for diabetes. The
enormous quantity of coal and ore that
will be required for the large number of
furnaces und other industrial plants in
course of construction in Southwest Vir?
ginia will grca! ly increase the already
largo1 demand for these minerals, and
consequently enhance the value of such
property. Two railroads have been sur?
veyed hear the property, one of which
the Ron noke and Cralg rallroal, and the
other, the Virginia Western railroad,
will afford valuable connections. Puller
inform:'tion can be had by addressing
D. ROSENHEIM, 413 \V. Ilaltlmore St..
Haltimorc, Md. iiov8-3m
N'OTlCE. All persons having rela?
tives and friends burled In the City
Cemetery arc notified that if they will
purchase a lot in Fairview Cemetery
their dead will 1)0 removed free of
' cha rge. This privilege is only extend* d
to January 1, 1891. Call on 0. W. C.
Wdolwlno. W. P. HP PP.
C. W. C. WOOLWIJJB,
MAIN OFFICE: Roanoke, Va
IB Jr?.-A_2LSTC 131 OFFICES
MAX MEADOWS, VA.; FRONT ROYAL, VA.; SHENANDOAH, VA.:
WINSTON, N. C.
Special attention given to applications made to us for lots at any of
F. B. KEMP & COMPANY
The New York Theatre Co,
VIRGINIA BREWING COMPANY
Monday, November 10
One week, in repertory. Change of pro j
10, 20 and 30 cents.
Brewers ami Bottlers of Pure Lager Beer.
ZESsrport ZE3eei: si Specia,lt37\.
Telephone, No. 104, Roanoke, Virginia.
J. E. HATCHER & CO.,
REAL ESTATE ?ND STOCK BROKERS,
314 High Street, Buchanan, Virginia.
Correspondence solicited and promptly answered.
A. L. (m>ki.i:\ , President.
Mondii v night. i
Seats en sale at Johnson ? Johnson's
drug stoic. novo-It
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
W.M. l<\ 15.VKKK.
\Ym. II. Maiiki.kv. j
BAKER & M?RKLEY, jMilieral-Timber an(1 Farm Lanlis
Real Estate Agents, CITY LOTS A SPECIALTY.
Have removed to lGfl Salem avenue,
s. w., Roanoke, Virginia.
City property, farms ami mineral lands
sohl. Correspondence solicited.
A First-Class Investment.
We offer the host security in the city
and pay Nomi-annunl dividends. As a
savings hank this institution oilers
special inducements. Paid up shares
85? each. Installment shares 81 per
month. Shares may he subscribed for
at. any time. I'm- further Information
address TIlO People's Perpetual Loan
and Building Association.
WM. F. wiNpn,
s, c'y and Treat*.
Room c l am l" tl
MAX MEADOWS, VA.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Prick of
all kinds. Including .No. 1 Press Brich,
Draining Tile, &13. Works on West
Campbell street, Roanoke, Ya. Box
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Fire, life and accident, in?
surance and real estate agent,
has moved his office to
NO. 114 COMMERCE STREET,
Where he will be pleased to
see his customers. Major A.
L. Pitzer is with this firm, and
would be glad to see his friends.
W. I.. YOST. 11. D. C. 11
B. P. PAK K RR. N ? rolk,
II. B. MAUPIN. I KAN K S l\
.1 As. ll BALDWIN.
J no. D. sit akt.
Formorly of Dan\ Uli
MIK STRONGEST FINANCIAL IN
The Roanoke Trust, Loan and
posii Company. Capital and
9302,213.00. Pays interest on
ll. M. Heesten,
Notary Puhllc ami
Atli t ?ey-nt-!.nw.
STUART & HEUSER,
( Leal estate agents, Ivanhoe, Wythe
county. Va.. buy and sell, on oommis
j sion, town lots. Mineral and farming
J land a specialty. All business entrusted
[ to us will l?o promptly attended to.
Cor re ? poiiden.c-e lolluiiaiL