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This is the head
a Pearline woman. "There arc
ithers." And if the others don't look
cheerful, it's no wonder. You've
got to work hard, if you do your
washing and cleaning with soap,
and you've got to work a long^ time
ove r it. and you're wearing things
out with your rubbing. Pearline
makes the work easy and quick ;
saves rubbing. The wonder is that
any woman who lias to do soap's hard work can look pleasant.
Still, some of them do, in spite of it. &U
Wehave demonstrated,experts admit, ami every one is
convinced thatGeuutne White Topaz cauuot be detected froin
real diamonds. WhlteTopax is the ttimv you have rend so
utuchnbout. The one that bus fooled the pawnbrokers. Place
them side by aide With Kenulue diamonds ami no one ran tell
thediilernuce. Wo have sold thousands of these stones at
from one to ten dollars, lint in order to int roduee tbeill quick?
ly-as well an to Und out the advortislns medium best soiled
to our business, we make tliis
Wo will send you a beautiful, brilliant,
genuine White 'l < pa/.w hich can be mount*
cd in a rinu. scarf or necktie pin,stud, cull
buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any
article in this border on receipt of.
These stouos are exactly tlt*? same as
til.WO have advertised at one dollar.
This Clfcr lor a Few Days Only
Cut out this advertisement and semi it
r? us together with 25c. in colu or stamps and we will send you a
Win. 'Mjnaz by return mail: n stone thai you can bo Just Ij proud of
mid one .. -m |K>sitlvely cannot bo detected from a real diamond, in
ordering, h vre and state whether small, ineiliuia or large stone is
desired, h?h,, ? eilied unless accompanied by this advertisement.
bears no relation to other so.,. '-il imitation diamonds no matter
under what name they a re adyen.. *d. They are tho hardest of semi,
precious stones, Impossible todetec 'row real diamonds and war
muted to rotalu their brilliancy. Ah ??ere pale to Insignificance
when compared with White Topaz.
* DIAMOND** DUPLICATED IN
Royalty uml the four hundred
wlebrated and co-tly
et In necklaces, tiarnn.
??iir?. brscelett ami girdles,
itliumin I ur?lar|<roorvault-,
while they wear In public the exact >
duplicates in Whits Topas and )
no one ever ?leteets the difference, j
WHITE TOPAl ARE OOCD ENOUGH FOR ROYALTY) ARE THEY O00D ENOUGH FOR YCU
the opportunity OoBl't MbSS St.
of a lifetime. sWlfil *? l"B-?? 3 La
Semi us Twenty-five Cents in coin or stamps and you will
be siellghted with the White Topaz that you receive.
MONEY REFUNDED IF COODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY.
THE DIAMOND PALAGE,
american express building, chicago, ills
BEFUUiii aJiD ?8TBB UslNG.
For sale by OHAS. D. FOX
BBC p.fwjsjf-E^: 123BSMBMOmman ;iiLcsx?jroac PIL.L.S
'I'ne nrr-nt rr-tnpdy for nervous prostration arid nil nervous <1Im .-e^
the Kencrntira organs ol cither sex.such ?s Nervous Proal ration. 1 all
Int or Lost Manhood, finiHUorcy. Nieinly Emissions. Toothful Krrors,
Mortal Worry, exces.-ive ti r ?? of Tobucco or Opium, which lead to Con?
sumption mill Insanity. Willi every $-r? order we bIvo a written guar
anteo to cure orrefjind tho money. Soldat VI .???> per box. O boxes
:or iS.'i.i.O. AJIi. RlOTi' fit iii^MlCII.t O., Cle veluuu.Ohlo.
:03 tO'lMI'i" K "THEKT
THE PRETTY TYPEWRITER.
A Romance Founded on Several l-'actn nf
Sho was ns beautiful us n rlrcntn uud
us fresli us tbo dawn.
Hut Horatio Evcringhnui was uot in
a gcuinl mood. Ho hud arisen with a
bendacho, und overythiug had seemed
to go wrong at the store that, morning
Only fivo minutes before thoswf it young
woman entered one of tlie linn's oldest
customers had left in anger und de?
clared that 1)0 would in future buy all
his goods from a rival bouse.
"Well,"said the old goutlcmnn as
slio stood with dowucasl eyes before
Ii im. "I supposo you'vo called in an?
swer to my advertisement for a type?
writer, have your"
"Yes, sir," she demurely replied.
"I've already engaged oue," ho went
on. "Sorry you didn't get hero a little
earlier. The fncl is 1 hired the first ap?
plicant that enmc, for I concluded (hut
a person who would not get hero early
enough to beat the other- who might
want the plnco wouldn't be likely to bo
very prompt in getting around if I were
to employ her. "
"1 should have been here earlier,"
she said, "if 1 had no I first gone to sou
Mr. Bullion, the bunker. Ho also ad?
vertised for a typewriter. I am sorry
now that I didn t come lu re first. Then
1 should probably have beaten all the
While she had talked Horatio Ever
inghani had tnken his first good look
at her, and he, too, was sorry that slit
had gouo to Bee Bullion first. Bin then
was no use regretting what had been
done. Ho didn't need her now; so then'
was nothing to do but let her go lb
arose to show her out of the private
office, but she hesitated.
" You don't think you need two type?
writers, do you''" she said nt last.
"No," the menlmnt priuco replied
rather impatiently. "One can do thu
work easily. Good morning."
"Well, then," she murmured, half to
herself, "1 suppose I shall have to ac?
cept Air. Bullion's offer. I'm sorry, for
I'd rather work hero. "
" What!" exclaimed Mr. Evcriiighnm.
"You'ro going to work for Air. Bul?
"Yes. 1 told him I'd como back it
you didn't want me. "
"Stav here, my girl, stay hero," said
tbo old gentleman, while beads of cold
sweat stood out upon his brow. "I'll
make room for you some way Groat
Cajsar, what a narrow escape I Why,
all my money is in Bullion's bank."?
?jiNGLES AND JEST?.
The Sons ?' Mwt of Them.
Do von recall that titno lust year
Upon the Klondike rivi r
Wo thirsted for a mass of hecr
Anil shook with many a shiver?
1 oft situ-.' then have wondered why
For gold ia tmtnro'n quiver
Sho did tu.t have u wedge i>f pie
Upon the Klondike river.
Om- boat kept men sure with its oar
Till one September morning
Tin- river froze from shore to slime
Without a minute's warning
Ami etil "iir commissary so
We didn't have n sliver
Of pnytlihig to eat but snow
Upon the Klondike river.
We'd ilng four ions of gold a week
And piled it all around us
Into a glittering yellow; peak
Just IIS the winter downed us.
And when the summer enme mice more,
Although it seemed it never
Would come agnin, we were dead sore
'.'pun the Klondike river.
For not a speck of ilnst had we
Of all we had collected.
Because, by gravy! don't vou see,
'Twnn not as we ex|iccteu.
For grub was needed right nlong,
And Kluft In stop a shiver,
And "ihiiuuI for pound" (ho sutlers'
Upon tin Klondike river.
Bo when the warm had killed the cold
And winter time was over,
We'd eati a nil our pile of gold
And .-'.ill wore not in clover,
Because wo owed a hoard bill yet,
Which with our ln-st endeavor
Will wipe the wail this year we'll get
Upon the Klondike river.
?New York Sun.
Tourist (at. Devil's Junction)?Neat lit?
tle saloon you've got here.
H?rtender?Yep, hut it won't look so
neat after the hoys have come down und
cleaned it out.?New York Journal.
The Dear Girls.
Murilln?Do you consider engagement:!
Millicent? Certainly I If one didn't,
tln ic would bo no fun in breaking thorn.
? New York Trill I).
Illooniom Coioe In Ili-.ndy.
'Twas way I tick in the past,
When we thought it would last,
Vi'o jot-rod .-it the woman so kwco|
And said: "No girl can
Sti ike a mat ell like a man.
I tell you we men can't lie heat."
Hut thiit joke is played out.
For now l If maids shout :
"Ilal lial Is ys, just watch as today.
We < ail now gel a spin I;
When our lanterns nre dark.
For we'ie limit In a different way."
Old Millyuns?Young man, my daugh?
ter 'ells me you kissed her lusl night.
l'orcivnl Tootles?Well, If she wants to
co bragging about it that's her privilege.
A LEAP TO DEATH.
There- is a pass in tho Caucasian
mountains along which runs a trail that
no animal can turn on and no two ani?
mals can pass each other on. Below the
trail there is a chasm 700 feet deep, and
this place within tho last few years has
como to bu known as tho "Jew's Leap."
This is the reason:
In the spring of 1ST8 a party of d> W8,
toil in number, were on their way with
a pack of heavily laden mules t:i tin
Don country, where they woro to attend
a fair. It was ever the custom for par?
ties coining over from tho north to send
a man ahead on foot to se.o if the road
was clear, parties from Circassitt hav?
ing tbo right of way.
If tho road was all right, the man
sent iu front fired off n bomb, the ex?
plosion of which told as it echoed along
the pass that all was well.
Captain Blntzky, who was going smith
with a small escort of mounted Cos?
sacks, wholly iguoriug this precaution,
said to his guido:
"There are no soldiers coming this
way. Tho only party, wo can meet is
some Jewish peddlers, and if they get
in my way I will hurl thorn over the
There was nothing left for the sol?
diers hut to obey, so they rodo on and
at length entered tho puss. Captain
Blntzky bringing up tho rear.
The setting sun was pouring his level
rays through tbo defile when the Bus
sums reached the highest and milro.vest
poiut, and hero they were brought face
to face with the Jewish traders, who,
by tho custom of tbo place, had tbo
right of way.
Wlu-n Captain Blntzky saw tho party
that opposed him, 1m drew his sword
und shouted out:
"Curse the dogs! Hurl them over tho
cliffs nud ride on. "
The Jews heard tho savage order and
held a Bhort consultation. To go buck
was impossible, for nil wero lending
their mules, us tbo Russians were tiieir
"We have tho right of way," replied
tho foremost Jew, whoso only weapon
was n stout staff.
"You have no rights!" roared tho
"No rights in the valleys and towns, "
replied tho Jew resolutely, "but up
here, nearer to God and man to man,
we uro equal."
"Pitch him over and stop Iiis talk?
ing!" yelled tho officer.
"Try it and take tho cousequ? neos,"
was the spirited response?.
Tbo guide leaped forward with drawu
sword, und tho merchant, a stalwart
young man, raised Iiis staff and stood
on the defensive
After fencing for ;i few BOCOIlds the
Jew's stall' was cut in two, but beforo
his assailant could strike him with his
sword bo leaped feu-ward nud caught
him in bis arms, and tho two fell over
tbo cliff and dashed in n bleeding mass
ou the rneks below. Tho second Rus?
sian sent the .lew's burdened mule aft( r
his master nud then stood face to t'.i :<
with another resolute iu:iu armed only
with u stout stick. The Russian lost n
precious second of time in trying to !
draw his pistol, for tho staff whistled
above his head, and unconscious and
never to bo conscious again ho tumbled
into tho depths. Then tho Jew sent the
Russian's horso nftor him nud camo
face to face with a second man.
S< ? ing tbo fato of bis companion, the
third Russian caught his opponent in j
his arms. The struggle was brief und
fierce Tbo issue would have been
doubtful had not tho Cossack's horse i
plunged forward in its fright and
dashed against tho men, hurling them
and itself into tho awful abyss.
Doth parties were now wrought up to
a frenzy that blinded them to all con?
siderations of life-.
Tho Russians woro like bloodthirsty
savages who find their slaves rising
against them in revolt.
The Jews lost their habitual prudence
and were stung to u despcrnto resist?
ance by tho memory e>t' generations of
outrage and rapine.
Ill the dense settlements the Russians
might bo masters. 1 [ere they wero man
to man, with all tb advantage of anus
on the side of tho ti .msgrcssors.
Tho fourth Jew picked up a sword
that a Russian hud dropped before hu
we nt over and down to death. He was a
young man, unskilled in the use of such
n weapon, but even if bo had been the
wall of rock to the left would have
balked all sword play
With tho fury of a tiger ho burled
over his opponent and sent bis horse
utter him. The Jow had lost a brother,
and his gray haired father WUS behind
With such a warcry as never burst
from Jewish lips since the Maccabees
led Israel to victory the young man
swept every living thing from bis path
until ho ciiinu fnco to face with tho lust
man, Captain Blntzky.
The Russian fired bis pistol straight
into the young man's face, making n se?
rious but not fatal wound. Certain it is
it did not stay the irresistiblo onset.
Tho officer's sword leaped up, but it
was too lato. Ho felt the wot blade at
his throat, and the next instant hu had
joined tho men ho had so iguominiously
led to death.
Tho surviving merchants hastily
mndo their way into Turkish territory,
where they wero safe, leaving behind
them a name and a memory that will
last as long as tho mountains, the
"Jew's Lea]). "?Exchange.
Under tho Valois kings duels were
simply murders In an encounter be?
tween three favorites of Henry III Mid
thtee of the Guise faction, the point of
th ? sword of Cay Iii-?, one of tho favor?
ites, caught in tho hilt of his adversary,
D'Eutragucs. As Cay Ins bad neglected
to 1 ring a dagger, this left him nt tho
other's mercy, aud ho pleaded the ine?
quality. "We urn here to tight, not to
Rplil straws." said D'Entrugncs, and
be stabbed him to death.
Btrawboiry lee Cream made of fresh
strawberries at J. J. Catouui's.
-> A pickpocket Is
-I despised, dreaded
tland avoided. He
- is a sneaking,
who robs a man
bate hint worse
than tlie more
whose attack is
made in the open. There are some dis?
eases that are like pickpockets. They
are sneaks If men only knew it, these
sneaking diseases are more to lie dreaded
than small-pox or yellow fever. Tlie
sneaking disease begins with some slight
disorder of the digestion and sluggish ac?
tion of the bowels. The blopd becomes
disordered and the body receives insuffi?
cient or improper nutriment. Emacia?
tion follows and the sufferer is troubled
with nervous prostration, brain fag, and
debility, and very likely falls :i victim to
that dread destroyer, consumption. All
this happens before the sufferer fairly
realizes that he is in danger.
These sneaking diseases that undermine
a man's constitution, and rob him of bis
health are conquered by Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It puts
strength into every fiber of tlie hotly and
replaces the lethargy of sickness with the
buoyancy of health. It is the best blood
tuaker ami flesh-builder known to science.
Mr. A. W. Caynes. of Ulkhart, Klkhart Co.,
Indiana, writes: " I Bend you a testimonial in
regard to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical, Discovery
ami what it did for ine in acute Inflammation of
the liver, about six years ago, when I had an at?
tack in Los Angeles, Cab, and also one since I
came here. I consider Dr. Pierce's Golden Med?
ical Discovery one of Ihc be -i medicines offered
to ti suffering people lo-duy. It has only to be
given a lair tti.il to prove itself such."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Ad?
viser h is hid a lanrer sale than any other
book of this class ever offered the public.
This book of i,<>j?> paces with .,<x> illustra?
tions is full, from cover to cover, "f practi?
cal advice on health matters. This irreat
book, in heavy man ilia covers, is now of?
fered PRKIi to whoever will send 21 one-cent
stamps to pay for mailing onty. If an ele?
gant French cloth binding is desired, send
10 cents extra: 31 cents in all. World's Dis?
pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
and all kinds OF
Pains and Aches.
For nearly three-score years and ten
this famous old household friend lias
been curing pains and aches, and lias
never disappointed tlie user. It is
clean, pure, efficacious, agreeably
smelli-iy anil quickly acting.
it is a
rich, spicy compound and
Cuts, Scalds. Sores, Burns,
Ulcers. Wounds, Erysipelas.
Skin Troubles, Etc.. Etc.
Price 25 Cents,
at ocalcrs ano dhugcists,
or seal in iittnntity of 3 or more pat Stages to any
address on receipt of money, by
VVi.Tkelmann & Brown Drug Co.
baltimore, md., u. s. a.
lie Hud a Good Time.
"Did you meet many people while you
wero In .New York?"
"Well, I met two policomen, a desk ser
geunt, a lockup keeper und a judeo."?
A Tip to the Trade.
'Tis not so much the drop in rates,
Or newer models yot,
That 1 an the pace for ninety-eight
In cycle trading sot.
The wheel that sells next year must havti
A pension BChcillO, 1 wot,
Whereby the mangled purchaser
May much improve bis lot.
? Detroit Ncwh.
Raison?Heavens, man! You look till
broke up. Why don't you take a vacation'.'
Smith (feebly)?That's just tho trouble.
I just, not back. ? Philadelphia North
A 111 erica n.
A Texan Zephyr hit upon a vibrant harp hir?
Be whanged Its capillary cords and cried,
"Ain't this a lute?"
When it raised a breeze that razed a burn and
blew away a heifer,
He yelled, "Why, Mess my diaphragm if I ain't
Kot a holt on Potior!"
?New York Press.
Mr. .Tugway's Quest.
"Where aro you off to?"
"What, at this time of night?"
"It'sh my own housh I wantsh."?Pick
Me Up. _
Hi t mo bcqucalhod him money,
A title came from pa,
His wardrobe canto from Paris,
His cane from Mnlac-CA,
From Persia enmo his cigarette.
His brains have not arrived us yot.
? New York Truth.
Merely a Suggestion,
she (piqued- ?I really do not know
wdiat to make of you, Mr. Fresh.
vir. Fresh (blnndly)?Kr?why not try
a husband??Boston Gloho.
Cf nil sail words < f tonguo or pen
Tho saddest are, "It might have been,"
But none can cause oho so much woe
As these short words, "I told yo" so."
?in trolt Free Press.
Old) PAPE US. for sale at Tho Times
oflice. Hood for putting under carpets.
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
DKHIKAIlIiB KOK IIOIUK8 OK 8PKOU
L> ftTIVK INVKStMEKT.
10-room dwelling, 113 Eighth avenue
s. w., buth room, bo* nud cold water -At?
tachment, lot 00x100 feet. Originally
worth $7.500; present price $4,000.
Comfortable dwelling No. 712- Cuinp
bell aveuue s.w.; lot 01x275 loot to an
alley, 10 rooms, hath room and stuhle.
Originally sold for $10,000; present price
Very desirable dwelling No. :?1G John
street s. w., 10 rooms, good stable, neces?
sary outside buildings, lot50x160; $8,000.
Nice 0-room cottage No. 11 Trout uve
i aue s. w., lot OOxl?U, $1,500.
Dwelling No. .!li0 Eighth avenue s. w.,
lot 50x150, $1,500.
Three story brick building on Shenan?
doah avenue, near freight depot, now
used, tlrst tloor as a bottling works, and
second und third as shop and dwelling,
0-room dwelling. No. 517 Fourth street
n. e., very cheap and convenient to Koa?
noke Machine Works, $700.
8-room dwelling, u. s. Belmont avenue
s. e., lot 08x130 feet ; beautiful location,
8-room dwelling, 11 1-3 Dee street o.e.,
lot. 00x300 fee', $1,500.
8 room dwelling, 500 Luck avenue, lot
84x00 feet, very cheap, $3,000.
0-room dwelling, U27 Shenandoah ave?
nue n. w., lot 35x180, $S00.
0-room dW?lling, 437 Klmwood streets,
e., lot 40x180, a bargain, $050.
s room dwellings, 03-1, U30 und 033
Center steet, lots 35x180, 111) three desir?
able located and very cheap, $1,100.
0 room dwelling, 711 Oilmer street n,
w., lot 40x180, nice location; a bargain,
Vacant lot on Jefferson street, 35x170
feet, near marble yard, formally worth
$0,000; price $3,500.
Peck Hotel, on Salem avenue, near
Academy of Music, 34 rooms, it bargain,
Two story frame building, 8 rooms, -150
feet east of F street, fronting oil Camp?
bell avenue s. w., lot 50x338 feet. This
is a very chvap and desirable property,
A very desirable 8-room dwelling, 801
Koanoke street s w., good outside build?
ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., lot
50x150, a bargain, $3,500.
House and lot, 8 rooms, north side Mel
rose avenue n. w., lot 75x210 feet, a most
desirable home, price$1,800.
Tivo-story frame building, 013 Sixth
avenue n. w., very nicely located, 0-room
lioust, price $1,200.
2 two-story 0-room nouses, Nor. 525
and 527 Eighth avenue s. w. This prop?
erty would be (dieap at $1,400; price,each,
10 room dwelling, 315 Randolph street,
near Koanoke and Southern depot, for?
merly sold for $3,000, price $1,150.
0-room cottage, No. 430 Ninth avenue
s. w., $1,800.
10 room twn-etory dwelling, No. .'!75
Eleventh avenue s. -.v.. an elegant prop?
erty, none belter, lot 50x180, $3,500.
13-room two story dwelling, 870 Elev?
enth avenue s, w., new house worth $-1,
500, lot 50x130, price. $11,500.
10 room two story dwelling, 377 Elev?
enth avenue s. w., one of the cheapest
houses in the city, hit 50x180, $3,000.
Two story frame building on Washing?
ton st reet, east of (j, a beauty, all mod?
ern Improvements, 7 rooms, very cheap,
Two-story frame dwelling, Ulli South
Jefferson street, worth $3,500, price $3,
Two nice and commodious dwellings,
I 511 and 518 Luck strcet,$l,800 and $3,000,
Two cottages on Shenandoah avenuS,
Nos. !031 and 1038, 0 rooms, each $80.).
18 room dwelling, :!1 Seventh avenue s.
w., worth $7,000, price $5,500.
15-room duelling. No. 80-1 Campbell
avenue s. w. Tin- cheapest property now
on the market; just elegant, $5,500.
JUNIUS McGEHEE, Agent
For the National Mutual Building and
j Loan Association of New York, Masonic
Temple, Roam No. 2.
DONT BE DECEIVED!
That (Innnot be Put in
Good < >rder at tlie New
I Ionic ()ffice,
309 Henry Street, Roanone, Va.,
Where can be found the fineDrop
Cabinet, admired dy so many peo?
ple foii beauty and convenience;
Al.so a vakiety of different ma?
chines made by this company,
which, if examined by those who
wish to buy, side by side with the
other makes of machines, can read?
ily see they deserve all tub
praise they have merited in" finish,
durability. light-running and per?
Please call and inspect machine
and investigate thk low prices i1e
fore you buy.
i remain, rkspfxtfully,
W. H. STRICKLER,
309 Henry'St., Roanoke, Va.
Thousands suffer from catarrh or cold
in the head and have never tried the pop
nlnr remedv. There is no.longer any ex?
cuse, as a 10 cent trial size of Ely's
Cream Halm can be had of your druggist
or we mail It for 10 cents. Full size 50
ELY BROS., 10 Warren St.. VY. cits.
A friend advised me to try Ely's Cream
Halm ami after using It six weeks I be?
lieve myself cured of catarrh. It is a
most valuable remedy.?Joseph'Stewart.
021 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
A few desirable residences
still for rent.
10 room dwelling on Ninth
avenues w, with all modern con?
veniences, #10 and water rent.
(.) room residence on Eighth
avenue,with closet, &c, in the
house. Spacious rooms, stable,
carriage shed, chicken house,
<fcc. Desirable neighborhood.
Price $15 per month.
(5 room house in good condi?
tion, water in house, near
roundhouse. Price $8 per month
S) room house, modern con?
veniences, on Henry street, near
in. Price ?17.
Large store-room, Moomaw
Block, Salem avenue, formerly
occupied by Sain Stone, drug;
gist; ?45 per month.
Large store, No. L27 Salem
avenue, formerly occupied by
Hunter and Co.' Price ?30.
Small store suitable for fruit
stand, N<>. Ill Salem avenue;
s 1 ?_> per month.
Pine news stand, newly fit?
ted up, Moomaw Block, Salem
avenue, ?10 per month.
Large store, 25x?0, on Mar?
ket Square, S15 per mouth.
See 11 autsook it ('<>.,
kok rknt and for sale.
T. W. Goodwin, Ag't.
OUcoi Koom Ko.305 Verrjp Building,
t August l?th, 1HI7.
FOR R E ST.?D W ELL ING B.
No. 1721 West-End Boulevard_??? 25.00
So. 018 first avenue u. w. 0:00 j
No. 022 Third avenue a. w. S.00
No. 1?28 Seventh street s. e. 0.00
No. 1080 Seventh streets, e. li.00
No. 211 Fourth street n. e. 7.00
No. 14(1 Eighth avenue s. w. 15.00
No. 022 First avenue n. w. 0.00
No. 529 Seventh avenue n. e. fi.lH)
N->. 82-1 Patterson a von no. 10.00
No. Tu.", Fourth avenue u. w. 0.00
No. 431 Ninth avenue s. w . 10.00
No. 020 birst avenue n. w. 7.00
I No. 388 Ninth avenue 1, w. 4.00 |
t No. 875j Salem avenue s. w. 10.00
No. 110 Twelfth street n. w. S..r)0 .
No. 2002 Patterson avenue s. w... S.00 .
l No. 2008 Patterson avenue s. w... S.otl I
No. 2012 Patterson avenue s.w... 8.00
No. 2010 Patterson avenues, w... S.00
I No. 414 First, street, s. w.
No. 711 Third avenue s. w. 7.00
So. 304 Commonwealth ave. n.e.. 10.0Q
I also have in mj" charge properties In
all sections of the city that cnu he bought ?
at greal bargains, either lor cash or on j
the instalment plan.
Call and examine my list.
T. >v. GOODWIN, Agent
Beautiful 75 acre farm, with improve?
ments, on Norfolk and Western railroad,
to exchange for Konnoko city property.
75 acres live miles from Roanoke, good
land, nice improvements; 112,000. Very
150 acres ten miles from Norfolk and
Western railroad, fairly good improve?
ments, an abundance of timber, well
watered; plenty of fruit, all for $750.
One of the best grain and blue grass
farms in Southwest Virginia, 650 acres;
125 acres in fine creek bottom; 50 acres'/
good timber; balance in blue grass sod;I
?ine orchard of Improved fruits of all I
kinds; an abundance of good spring 1
water.with a large creek running through |
the place: large dwellitm with necessary
out buildings and fencing, all in good l
condition, with the very best social,
church and school advantages, thvee^l
miles from a thriving town, (5 miles frotp
railroad. Price $20 per acre; terms easy.
800 acres, 20 miles from Roanoke, on^
railroad, 100 acres river bottom, 11)0 acreHi
In t imber, fine water, trood improvements.
5,000 nice locust posts can be cut now;
the bottom land is worth $100 per acre.
Farm must lit sold and can bought for,
$7,000 in next sixty days.
180 acres fine grain land, good improve?
ments, ','> 1-2 miles from Roanoke city,
1H0 acres land, plenty of timber, splen?
did 8-room brick dwelling, ?5,750.
l'.SO acres near Hollins?a great bargain
110 acres, with good improvements,
first-class land: an abundance of flue tim?
ber, at $40 per acre.
ISO acres, a comfortable dwelling, goonr
barn, well fenced, good water and Iruit.j
Price $850. X
Roanoke City Bargains!
8 room house near centre of town, larg-a
lot, beautiful grounds, $1,500; easy pay.'
7-room house, nice lot, in southwest?,
5-room cottage, near centre of city!
large lot with stable. $1,000. Sanill cash!
payment, balance $10 per month. (_ '
5-room house in southwest, $800, $10(
cash and $8 per month.
0-room house, corner lot, in southeast
$750; easy payments. \
Several business houses, renting for IS'
per cent, of prices asked. Some very lint
Beautiful 10 room house, handsomely
finished, nice locntion, $2.500.
8-rooin house, corner lot, in southwest
8 lotp, First avenue n. w., $800; easj
II nice lots in Lewis addition, all fo
2 lots in Belm on t, both for $70. ?
8-room house, corner lot, in northwestl
$1,250, $13.50 cash and $12.50 per month)
fiood 0-room house in northwest, $700
$50 cash and $10 per month. t
0-room brick house, large lot, nie
shade, $1,000 cash.
T. W. SPINDLE & CO]
Mo. 8 Campboll Avenue S. W. I