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Chicago. .St. Louis. Now York.
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much about. The one thnt has fooled the pawnbrokers. I'lncc
them aide by side witli genuine diamonds and no one can toll
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ly as well as to find out the advertising medium best suited
to our business, wc make this
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etl in a riii'-'. scarf ornecktlopln,stud,cu(I
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AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING? CHICAGO. ILLS.
A FINLAND LOVE STORY.
It Might Almost Tdc Called a Tragedy of
Mrs. Alec Twcrdle lias recently brought
out a book entitled "Through Finland In
Carts,'' full of racy chut of travel. She
speaks of Finland us being, like Norway,
"riddled with telephones" and tells tho
following litt lo story to illustrate tho ex?
cessive use of tho telephone by Finnish
"Pekka 'was madly in love with lima,
a wondrously beautiful maiden. Ho heard
rumors thai she was trilling with another.
He could not stand the torture, oven for a
few hour-;, und so rang up tho mansion of
the family Hclkkila.
"Joy. llo heard the voico Of Ilm? In
answer and Faid: 'Is it you, dear one? I,
l'ekka, am here.'
"A soft Bich replied.
'? 'Are yon glad to hear Pekka? Do you
eare for him just a littlo?'
" 'Vis.' sighed the fair maid.
" 'Darling, it is not true that you cure
for Annan Mcrikanto?'
" ? No, no!' she cried.
" 'You like me? You lovo mot*
" 'Yes,' -.he softly murmured.
" ' Will von I o my wife?1
" 'I will, Pekka.'
"Overjoyed, Pokkn almost, hugged tho
wootlcn box that brought him such glut)
" 'When mny I come to see you, darling
?my little wife?'
" 'Come, Pekka, como for dinner at fl
o'clock.' A few more sweet nothings,and,
quite enraptured, Pekka returned to his
olllco routine. At H o'clock, -pick and
span, with a golden ring in his pocket, lie
presented himself at the houseol Ihellclk
"in the salon stood tho mother. He |
went toward her to receive her motherly
congratulations. Shi; rushed forward to
meet him, ;is all good mothers-in-law
should, and throwing herself into his arms
" "Take me, Pekka, dearest Pukka. I
am yours till death.'
" ' Vi s. I have loved you long, darling
Pekka, und 1 am ready whenever you can
fix a day for our marriage.'
"Tableau. Moral.?Bowaro of tele?
As there are, according to Mrs. Twcedio,
601UO 30,000 moro women than men in
Finland, the action of Pekka's intended
mothor-in-law is explainable.?Electrical
THE GKANDBST REMEDY.
Mr. K. I). Greeve, merchant, of Chil
howie, Va.. certifies that lie had cn
sumptjon, was given up to dh*,sought all
medical treatment that money tould pro?
cure, tried all cough remedies that he
could hear of, but got no relief: spent
many nights sitting up in a chair: was
induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery
and was cured by use of two bottles. For
the past three years has been attending
to business, and siiys Dr. King's New
Discovery is the grandest remedy ever
made, as it lias done so much for
him and also for otherH in his
community. Dr. King's New Discovery
is guaranteed for Coughs, Collis ami Con
sumption. It d'>u't fall. Trial bottl"
free at Massh-'s Pharmacy, 100 JefTenmn
SUE A3 A SURGEON.
How Uic Great Writer Attended to Hi*
Friend's l.'nniufjecl l.. r.
Eugene Sue nr.d the eccentric wit Ito
llliou wen: illtlinilto friends, and often en?
joyed ihe wildest pranks togotlier. One
evening they dined nt tho Cafe du Pur is.
On the way hunie Romicu made u misstep
and nprained Iiis nnklo. Sue, who had
been a surgeon in tho navy, picked his
groaning companion up, placed him in ..
carriage und drove liini rapidly home,
win iv. after pr.iting him to bed, he hur?
riedly dressed his foot.
At the commencement of thn operation
Romlotl, who was suffering greatly, faint?
ed away and did not conic to until it was
over, When lie murmured his hoartfelt
thanks for the reih f ho felt. Eugene Sue,
justly proud of his professional skill, went
uwny, promising to return tho next morn
ing to renew the treatment.
When morning arrived, so did,Sue, still
it little anxious ?hont the sprain, Romicu
was asleep as he entered the room.
"Well; my dear friend, how do you feel
this morning?" Inquired Sue.
"Ah!" said llomiou, yawning, "never
bctt( r in my life. My foot must bo well.
I Imvo not stirred all night."
As he spoke he attempted r" 1''"|> from
his betl, but tho action was attended with
a yell thai almost shook the house. He
sank back upon the bod as pale as a sheet.
" What !" cried Sue. "Can your leg ho
broken? Dees it still pain you like tint?
Let me see it !"
"Von! You! See, then, what you have
done!" cried tho victim, throwing back
the clothes with a draiuutio gesture end a
Sue looked. Tho leg that was carefully
bound and wound in cloths never looked
better, but the other?it was so badly
swollen that tho bom - could not he seen.
"Alas!'' crlod the erstwhile surgeon. "1
have dressed the wrong foot. Why didn't
yon toll mo that it was the other ouu that
"My dear Eugene," saiil tho suffering
patient, sitting up in his betl, "yon aro a
great writer no doubt, but," waving his
hand toward the door, "kindly hasten and
send me a surgeon."?Youth's Companion.
1C was past midnight, anil M. Ivrc
murt was fumbling about In tho hull ami
mumbling angrily to himself.
"What's the matter?" called out Mine.
Ivrcmort from tho floor above.
"Tin re's two ha tracks here, an I don't
know which one to hang my hat ort."
"Oh, hang one on each ami conic to
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Kczrmn.
The intense itching und smarting, fnci
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad case*
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 els. per box.
Dr. C'ady's Condition Powders, ave
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food hut
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 2-">
cents per package.
THE SPORTING WORLD. .
The strong young men of tho Chicago
Athlotio association will take, part in
tho fall games of tho New York Ath?
lotio club in October at Tr&vors island.
Tho team \\Ul include Rush, Mnybtuy,
Knicnzlein, Hcuucmon, ttichiu-ds ami
tin- Chicago Athlotio association send?
ing jump crack, C. Ewry. 'Tho excellent
showing that tho westerners* made at
the national championships assures a
spirited contest with tho big club of
tho east. In consequence of tho accept?
ance of the westerners tho programme
of tho games has been necessarily
changed; and instead of tho usual open
games.there will ho but two, or possibly
throo, events open to all amateurs.
Thcro will bo 12 scratch events open to
tho New York and Chicago athletes
alone, two men being allowed to com?
pete from each club in every event. Fol?
lowing arc tho events for tho dual strug
Fifty yard dash, 1G0 yard dash,
450 yard dash, S80 ynrd mn, 120 yard
hurdlo race, 220 yard hurdlo race, put?
ting the shot, throwing tho hammer,
throwing tho discus, standing high
jump, standing broad jump aud a milo
relay race for teams of four men. Tho
handicap events will probably he a 100
yard dash and milo run, aud a two milo
steeplechase may ho later added to tho
list The standing jumps uro unusual
in competitions nowadays and aro
placed on tho programmo particularly
for tho purpose of giving Ewry an op?
portunity of meeting Schwnncr of the
New York Athletic club. Ewry holds
the present record for the standing high
jump, while Schwnncr holds tho ama?
teur record for tho standing long jump,
mado live years ago at Travers island.
Tho contests between the lending clubs
of tho east and tho west will form a tit
ting wind up to a successful season of
outdoor amateur sports.?Now York
Bicycle First In Speed.
Tho lowering of the mile bicycle record
to 1 :o?s2-? by .1. W. Stocks at tho Crys?
tal palace, London, disposes of tho horso
as a rival in speed by beating Salvator's
mark of 1:85>^.
Tho successivo stages by which tho
figures for tho milo have been brought
down since the advent of the pneumatic
tire furnish an interesting study. When
W. C. .Tones, an Englishman, covered a
mile on a bicycle in the early nineties
in 2 :20 :i-5, all tho world wondered, hut
when P. J. Osmond, another English
mam shortly after rodo tho same dis?
tance in 3:10 tho prediction was mado
that somo day somo bicyclist would
reach tho two minute mark.
Willie NVindlo brought tho record to
America by beating Osmond's time by
one second, ami < teorgo F. Taylor short?
ly after got. four seconds bolow Wiudlo's
time. Then Harry Tyler of Springfield
electrified tho world by going a milo in
2 :08 4-5.
Theso records had all been made from
standing start, and Windle was the first
to establish flying start figures. Three
times ho lowered Tyler's marks and
was tho first bicyclist to go under the
two uiinnto mark on a cyclo track His
best time was 1 :5G 4-5.
The question now is, Who will be the
first to beat tho miuuto and a half
Club and Association.
v Somo interesting definitions wero ro
ceutly laid down by the Amateur Ath?
letic association of the Pacific states as
follows: An amateur athletic club is
ono which is created, operated and
maintained strictly for tho advancement
and development of general amateur
athletics; which gives every encour?
agement to its members to engage in
athletic exerciso and sport within strict?
ly amateur lines as a means of recrea?
tion and promoting good health; which
does not allow within its membership
any person who does not pay the usual
initiation fee, customary dues and other
charges for which members aro liable.
An amateur athletic association is
ono which small adopt bylaws, rules
aud regulations in consonance with tho
constitution, bylaws, rules and regula?
tions of this association, whoso mem?
bership shall co::sist of not less than
two organizations, created, operated
and maintained for tho advancement
and development of any branches of
amateur athletics.?Sau Francisco Ex?
Goddard and Sharkoy.
As Ted Alexander and Dan Lynch
have anuonnci d n match between Joe
Goddard, the Australian heavyweight,
and Sailor Tom Sharkoy at San Fran?
cisco next November, it is evident that
the Mahor-Sharkey light is oil" for tho
present. Tin; National Athletic club
has, it is said, offered s lo.OOO.for tho
bout, and Goddard will como to this
country from Ireland at once. Gocldard's
appearance in America will tend to stir
up matters among the heavyweights, as
his record entitles him to ho classed
with tho host of tho big men and a
notch above M?her and Sharkey. God?
dard has knocked out .loo Choynski
twice, in four rounds each time, and in
1802 knocked out Peter M?her in throo
rounds at Coney Island. His most re?
cent tight of importance was with Den?
ver Ed Smith, whom lie knocked out in
four rounds at Johannesburg, South
Africa, on Nov. 17 of last year. Hp was
deb ated by Smith at New Orleans in
18 rounds four years ago.
A Grand Old Mare.
Tho grand old brood maro imported
Princess, that died at August Bel
mout's stud farm in Kentucky a few
days ago of old age, was ono of tho few
gn at matrons left in tins country and
ranked with such marcs as Marion and
Ella T for throwing high class horses.
Her sire was King Toward, her dam
Mrs. Lincoln. In England sho had Roy
il Hampton, a most successful hprso in
tho stud. Mr. Bolmoiit imported Prim
2088 to this country, where sho foaled
Iiis Highness, n Futurity winner, and
Prince liuyal, another high class horse.
step through the
door of the fu?
ture. They pass
from the happy,
present into an
ii avenue of possi?
bilities. The fu?
ture is what
they make it?
health makes it
?happy or mis?
erable ? a suc?
cess or failure?
full of the love
and brightness and joyfulness of mutual
ldv? and helpfulness, und healthy, rosy,
rollicking children, or, tortured with pain
and sickness and mutual fault-finding and
dependence, and lacking the binding tie of
healthy, happy offspring. A world depends
upon the,young wife. If she has taken
proper care of herself and is healthy in a
womanly way, the probabilities arc all in fa?
vor of a happy homo filled with the music
of childish laughter. Too many young wo?
men neglect to take care of their womanly
selves. . They shrink from 'the distasteful
"examinations" and "local treatment"
upon which most physicians insist. There
is no need for this.
Dr. Picrco's Favorite Prescription acts di?
rectly on the important and delicate organs
concerned in wifehood and motherhood. It
makes them strong and healthy. It allays
inflammation, heals ulceration, soothes pain
and gives the tortured nerves rest and tone.
It prepares for wifehood and maternity.
Taken during the expectant period, it ban?
ishes discomfort and makes the coming of
baby easy and comparatively painless. It
insures the new-comer's health and an am?
ple supply of natural nourishment. Over
90,000 women have testified to its merits.
Druggists who offer substitutes aim to get
,a few pennies extra profit.
Dr. Pierce's great book. " Common Sense
Medical Adv?cr," would prevent more
than half the sickness in any family. It
gives the best advice for curing common
ailments without a doctor. It tells all
about anatomy and physiology and the
origin of life, and i.3 the most valuable,
practical medical work ever printed. A
free copy m paper covers sent for 21 one
cent stamps to pay cost of mailing only.
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Bulfalo, N. Y. Tor cloth-bouud, jr stamps.
STOP RENTING I
A very attractive cottage on Church
street, in the best condition. Price, $2,500
on easy payments.
Good'8 room house with^all conveni?
ences near St. John's Episcopal Church.
Price, $2,750; $251) cash: balance 't$25 per
Dwelling with li rooms* and bath, good
lot with shade, nenr Calvary Baptist
Church. Price, $2,250; $'250 cash: balance
$25 per month.
Dwelling with 8 rooms and bath, sta?
ble on lot. in most convenient'locatiou in
the'West End. Price, $2,000.
ATvery neat] cottage with? shade in
southwest p?rt of the town. Price, $525,
on easy payments.
A large 7 room dwelling in convenient
location, witlt bath, hot und'cold wnter,
servant's house in the yard, large barn,
lot 75x180, with shade. Price, $2,800;
$500 cash: balance ?25 per month.
The best In the West Eml at $200 each.
The best in Belmont at $87.50 each.
The best on Henry street at $400.
The best on Center street at ijlOO.
Lots at your prices and terms.
75 acres of river hott im II miles from
Koanoke at $50 per acte. This is the
best bargain that has been offered in
farm land this year.
A DO7,EN' FARMS in from "2 1-2 to 5
miles of Roanoke at very attractive
If you need any real estate write to me
or send your name aud I will hunt you
Oswald S. Hawk ins,
*' Real Estate Agent,
Room 410 Terry Building (fourth lloor).
Nature's Nervine and
A'\ unfailing c::re for Diseases of the
Digestive,'Nervous ami Generative
Systems. A Tonic of rare efficacy for
the old and young and of marked ser?
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Hervo Weakness, General Discomfort,
and that almost innumerable series of
diseases and complications resulting
from any derangement of the Nervous
system. Invaluable for weak women
and nervous children.
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TO MAKE A HABIT.
50 Cents per Bottle ;
if three bottles bo ordered at onetime, a mpy of
Ol loh: i_'?>?k Uuok will bs included free.
AT ORUOQISTO AND DEALERS
On DIRECT Of US ON RECEIPT OF PRICE
Winkelmann & Brown Drug Co,
? OLE PROPRIETORS,
OALTIMORE, MD., U. 3. A.
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
DK8IKA1ILE FOB IIOMKS Olt .Sl'l.CU
i.4TIVS 1n \ liSTIUl'.M.
10-room dwelling, 118 Eighth aveuuo
s. w., bath room, ho* and cold water at?
tachment, lot 50x100 feet. Origiuully
worth $7.5u0; present price $1,000.
Comfortable dwelling No. 712 Camp
bell avenue s.w.; lot 1)1x275 leet to an
alley, 10 rooms, bath rocui aud stable.
Originally sold for $10,000; present price
Very desirable dwelling No. 316 John
street s. w., 10 rooms, good stable, neces?
sary outside buildings, lot 50x150; $3,000.
Nice 15-room cottage No. !1 Trout ave?
nue s. w., lot 50x150, $1,500.
Dwelling No. 360 Eighth avenue s. w.,
lot 50x150, fl.500.
Three story brick building On Sheuau
doah avenue, near freight depot, now
used, first floor as a bottling works, and
second aud third as shop aud dwelling,
G-room dwelling. No. 517 Fourth street
n. e., very cheap and convenient to Koa
noke Machine Works, $700.
b-rooin dwelling, n. s. lieltnout avenue
s. e., lot 03x130 feet; beautiful location,
8-rootn dwelling, 14 1-2 Lee street n.e.,
lot 50x200 fee', $1,500.
8 room dwelling, 500 Luck avenue, lot
84x00 feet, very cheap, $2.000.
G-room dwelling, 027 Sheuandoah ave?
nue u. w., lot 25x180, $800.
0-rooin dwelling, 427 Elinwood streets,
e., lot 40x130, a bargain, $050.
8-room dwellings, 021, 030 and 0112
Center steet, lota 25x180, all three desftr
able located and very cheap, $1,100.
0 room dwelling, 711 (Himer street n.
w., lot 40x130, nice location; a bargain,
Vacant lot on Jefferson street, 25x170
I feet, near [marble yard, formally worth
fO.OOO; price $2,500.
Peck Hotel, on Salem avenue, near
Academy of Music, 2-1 rooms, a bargain,
Two story frame building, 8 rooms, 450
feet cast of F street, fronting on I/amp
bell avenue s. w., lot 50x238 feet. This
is a very ch?ap and desirable properly,
A very desirable 8-room dwelling, S01
Roanoke street s. w., good outside build?
ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., loi
50x150, a bargain. $2,500.
House and lot, 8 rooms, north side Mel
rose avenue n. w., lot 75x210 feet, a most
desirable home, price $1,800.
Th'o-story frame building, 612 Sixth
avenue n. w., very nicely located, (i-roorn
house., price $1,200.
2 two-story G-room houses, Nos. 525
and 527 Eighth avenue s. w. This prop?
erty would be cheap at $1,400; price,each,
10-rooin dwelling, 815 Randolph Btreet,
near Roanoke anil Southern depot, for?
merly sold for $2,000, price $1,150.
G room cottage, No. 420 Ninth avenue
s. w., $1,300.
10 room two-story dwelling, No. 1575
Eleventh avenue s. v.\, an elegant prop?
erty, none better, lot. 50x130, $3.500.
12-rooni two story dwelling, 1170 Elev?
enth avenue s. w., new house worth $4,
500, lot 50x130, price. $3,500.
10-room two story dwelling, 377 Elev?
enth aveuue s. w., one of the cheapest
houses in the city, lot 50x130, $3,000.
Two story frame building on Washing?
ton street, east of G, a beauty, all mod?
ern improvements, 7 rooms, very cheap,
Two-story frame dwelling, 111 ft South
Jefferson street, worth $3,500, price $2,
Two tdce and commodious dwellings,
511 and 513 Luck street,$l,800 and$2,000.
Two cottages on Shenandoah avenue,
Nos. 1021 und 3023, G rooms, each $80.).
18-room dwelling, 31 Seventh avenue s.
w., worth $7,000. price $5,500.
15-room dwelling, No. 3(14 Campbell
avenue s. w. The cheapest property now
on the market; just elegant, $5,500.
JUNIUS McGEHEE, Agent
For the National Mutual Building and
Loan Association of New York, Masonic
Temple, Boom No. 2.
DON'T BE DECh'iViQ!
That Cannot. iV Put in
Good Order at. the New
309 Henry Street, Roanoke Va.,
WlIRTlE can Tlk found the fink drop
Cabinet, admired hy t;o many peo?
ple KOli i1kauty and convenience;
ALSO a variety of different ma
chinks made by this company,
which, if examined BY those wi1 -
wish to buy, side hy side with the
other m ak es of machines, can read?
ILY see they deserve all Til k
praise tu hy have merited in finish,
durability, light-running and per?
Please cam. and inspect machine
and investigate the low prices
before you buy.
I remain, respectfully,
W. H. STRICKLER,
8U9 Henry St., Ho\n< ke, Va.
After using n 10 cent. trlal?si/.eJ|of Ely's
Cream Balm you will be sine to buy
the 50 cent size. Cream Hahn has no
equal In curing catarrh and cold in hea:l
Ask your druggist for it or semi 10 cents
ELY BROS., 56 Warren street, n. Y.
I suffered from catarrh for three years;
it gor so bad I could not work; 1 nted
two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm and am
entirely well; I would not be without
H,.?-A. C. Clarke, 341 Shawmut avenue,
PEACH ICE CREAM, made from the
frash fruit, at CATOGNTS.
An elegant 14-rooni bouse;
furnished, in West End. None
better. See us at onee.
/ A splendid 8 room house ou
Ninth avenue, nicely papered,
all modern conveniences, good
location; $15 per month.
6'i'oom house in Belmont,
walls in splendid condition; $<>
(j-room liouse near round?
house, everything clean and
nice; $8 per month.
Large store room near Watt,
Kettew Ss Clay; price $45 per
Large store near Hobbie
Piano Co. at $25.
Fruit stand Salem avenue,
News stand Salem avenue,
SEE T1I10 RENTERS,
T, E,B. Hartsook & Go,
FOR UK NT AND FOR SALE.
T. W. Goodwin, Ag't.
OttU-u : Room No. ?05 Terry Building.
October 1st, 1897.
FOR RENT.?DWELLING B.
No. 1721 Salem nvenue s w. 25.00
No. 12115 Chapman avenue s w.... 20.00
No. 145 Eighth avenue s. w. 15.00
No. 711 Campbell nvenue s. \v... . 8.00
No. lb* Maple avenue s w. 17 ui>
No. 1720 Salem avenue s. w. S.dD
No. :>75 Earnest avenue k v. 8.00
No. 4:11 Ninth avenue s. w . 10.00
No. Iu22 Seventh avenue s. e. ... tt.OO
No. l<)2fi Seventh avenue b, e. 0.00
No. 1030 Seventh avenue b. o .... 0.00
No. 020 Birst avenue n. \v. S.0?
No. l'H) Twelfth street, n. w. 8.60
No. (118 First avenue n. w. 0.00
No. 022 First avenue n. w. 0.00
No. 022 Third avenue n. w. S.00
No. 528 Sixth avenue n. o. 0.00
No. 520 Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00
No. G33 Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00
~ ~- STORES.
No. 414 First street s. w.
No. 711 Third avenue h. w . 7 00
No. I10-1 Commonwealth ave. n.e.. 10.00
I I also have in my charge properties In
nil sections of the city that can be bought
j at Kreut bargains, either for cash or ou
the Instalment plan.
I Call and examine my list.
T. W. <;OODWIN, Agent.
but Roanoko prosperity is beginning to
move. See the following II?r. of bargains
and come to see r a ."t once if you ?visb to
make a good investment.
?room house in southwest in Rood I
condition, sewer connection, $1,500, $15
cash and $15 per mouth.
0-room-brick house, large lot,nice shade,
southwest, $1,01)0 cash.
11-room liouse, northwest, $700, $50
cash and $10 per month.
Beautiful house, southwest, 10 rooms,
nice location, $2,500, $250 cash and $2,r
G-room hcu.se in IJcbnont, $800, ^P
cash and $111 per month.
5 room house in BOU'hwest, $800, $5(ij
cash and $S per mout h.
5-room house, center of city, lnrge lot
$1.0110, small cash payment ^ind $10 pe
8-ro^m hotise, m ar center of city, largij
lot, beautiful grounds, $1,500; easy pay
8-roour house, northwest, large come
lot , $1,10')
7-room house in Belmont, $?00; pay
ments to suit.
Beautiful 5-room house on Church ave]
nue, large lor, $2,500.
One of the liest bargains in the city, o
Church avepue, 0-rooin house, very largl
Heautif.il 10-rooni house, northwest
large lot, uood garden, $2,500. Thi
property can bo traded in pnrt paj mec
of nice farm.
Nice 7-room house, best part of poutl
west, large coi ner lot, nlct shade, $2,25(]
$250 cash and $25 per month.
Nice 10 room house, good lot nnd larJ
stable, on Terry's Hill, $2,600.
We have ."cvcral beautiful residences ij
Salctr, with large lots ami beautlfq
grounds, very cheap.
This is only a partial list of the man
bargain* we have iu city property.
We have a larue number of farms f
sale near Koauoke and in'aifjoining con
ties which cannot be described her|
which we will be triad tu show at at
time. Correspondence solicited.
We have a special bargain in one of i
best iron ore nropertles in the State.
ISO foot vein of 00 per cent, ore in t
famous Cripple Creek belt. This can
bought nt a great bargain now.
T. W, SPINDLB& CO
No. 8 Campbell AvcnuoS. W.