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Dec. 5, 1SU7.
?UND LEAVE ROANOKE
':40 < Vashlngton and Chattanooga
Ilm or Bristol, Intermediate sta
tk>>. i the South and West. Pull
ma ,i-rs to New Orleans aud Mem
phi uinects at Radford for Blue
lie I Pooahoutas.
4:15 , ue Chicago Express for Pad
for luefleld, Pocahoutas, Keuova,
Clu .ti. Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kii !ity, Columbus and Chicago.
Pu: a Buffet Sleeper Roanoke to
Co. us. Also for Pulaski, Wythe
vlli >rlstol, Kuoxville, Chattanooga
and >rmediate points.
TR s ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
Fron. c folk 5:110 a. m.; 4:05 p. m.
From igerstown 5:30 a. m.; 4:00 p. ni.
From uston 1:'J0 p. m.
Fron. t istol and the West 1:10 p. m.
11:.' . m.
NORT AND EASTBOTJND, LEAVF
1:55 p m. for Petersburg, Richmond and
1:50 p u. for Washlugtou, Hagerstowu
Phi I i lelphia and New York.
11:35 ,i ii for Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lyuohburg to Richmond.
11:30 [i in. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hagerstowu,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washlugtou via. Shenau
doah Junction and Baltimore anil Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynchburg
I (Uuion station) daily, except Sunday,
4:00 p. m. for South Boston and Dur?
ham and intermediate stations.
Winston Salem Division?Liave Roanoke
(Uuion station) 4:25 p. m. and 7:30 a. m.
daily, except Sunday for Rocky Mount,
Martiusville, Winston-Salem andintei
For all additional Information apply
at ticket office or to W. B. Bevill, General
Paeeenger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
M- F. Pragg, Traveling Passenger
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY
IN KFFKCT OCTOBER 25, 1897.
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in Knunoke ai Vaognii 'i c!'_'wr -tai.d, Terrs
bnlldtng, .iu<l a'. Dlllard & I'er'lr.^-r'n s?;?m.
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Norwich ana connects with v.nton and Urtatal
HprJn?.?raia. Trtp? marked *'n" will go ttarouirh
loJMorwIch; all oihor Ulpa will nopal Woe t
roms. Piret c.sr Sunctiyn cM\ ,i
Collr^e rsr rtir.r :.?iweeii riiirtn Depot a>nl
Vtrgtni.? College, via Baaehatl Purk, ami con?
nects with Norwich an I v.?. a <-ara.
'- Cryetal Spring ear r hetween t'n'.m Dopoi
Sad Crystal Spring?. Pirat cu.- snncaya 6:(0s.
^veB?. Kmi car r;ui* hot ween Union Depot r. ml
"H" htrtei Plrat car bondaya8:90 a. m,
Franklin Hon.! cur runu hetween Untou'Depot
\nd Tenth urenao e. w.
Kaet Hoanokec^r roue between L'ni^.r. Depot
atid Lj?uclit?ari; avenae n. e.
S. W. JAMISON. Qen'l M?r.
Office, Kooni* 108 and "36 Terry Baildl.og.
FASHIONS OF NEW YORK.
The Rage For Redingotcs Takes
a Wide Range.
NEW TAILOR SUITS FOR SPRING, j
Tho Richest Aro of Flroadolotb, l>ut Thoro
Are IWany Novel Weaves to Choose I''rom.
Covert Cloth In Now Colors Still a l'riuio
[Copyright, by American l'ross Asso?
Just now tho redingotcs hnvo the most
prominout place nmoiiK the new outdoor
garments, and they nro worthy nil the in?
terest they inspire. Rcdlngotcs were al?
ways hnndsomo gnrmonts, and now they
arc handsomer t ban ever because the march
of progress shows in the perfection of fin?
ish, mid tho artistic lines In the cutting.
Bcsidos all this, the ulster and the rnglan
have both given up of their best features
to add to the new red Ingo to.
The handsomest of them are In pale
fawn, beige, gray nnd drab cloth. A few
for thespringaro made of tweeds, cheviots
and close serge and many are of silks,
both plain and embossed. Semefowof tIn?
line cloth ones have quito ornate designs
embroidered upon different parts, the "pat?
terns showing in very clear relief. Those
made of silk have folds down tho front, or
arc brought across in ono long unbroken
line from neck to foot without, darts. Tbc
sides nnd back arc closely fitted.
Some of them are princess shape nil
through nnd others have a dividing seam
below tho waist like the new ovotcoats for
gentlemen. Some again do mil (it the
flguro closely, but are almost liken man?
tle. Still, the rcditigoto features are al?
ways plain enough to recognize.
Dnmnsscu silks, smooth rich satins nnd
somo dark colored brocades are all among
the things considered suitable for these
rcdlngotcs, but It.must bo understood thai
those of tho silken materials are for cere?
monious visiting and not for ordinary
street, wear llko tllOSO of the broadcloth,
tweed and other woolens.
Tho newest of tho nituitlo redlngotes
have deep plaits In front, one on each side,
falling from a yoke more <^r less ornament?
ed, nml one In tho back. These reach to
the bottom of the garment, which should
touch the floor. There are other loose man?
tles with nrmholcs, but no idocvos, and
capes do duty for sleeves. The capes are as
n general thing lavishly trimmed.
Some of the sleeves aro made in a semi
classical style, short in front and hanging
very deeply In the back nnd being wide.
This shows the lining, which is always
handsome. Several of tho gray redlngotes
aro slightly trimmed with very narrow
silver braid wherever it will go well, and
the lapels are faced in such Instances with
white iiiniro or satin. By all this one may
see to what an extent is the rcdingote made
and what n latitude is given the name.
The black brocade and satin rcdlngotcs are
rich and elegant.
Oxidized silver ami steel buttons nro
used on somo of those gnrmonts. So are.
gilt, bone ami pearl, each chosen with a
view to its eternal fitness. But nothing
that lean say will show tho beauty anil
smoothness of all these rcdlngotcs.
1 think covert cloth is going to be the
prime favorite for all ordinary outdoor
wear for spring and far Into summer for
all sorts of garments. Covert suiting is
offered in plain qualities and also with
different colored backs, mostly plaid,
though much of It has only one color, and
this is so woven that, it shows faintly
through on the outer side. Cray with n
faint rose tint wovon through it has the
underside roso with a gray mist over it.
i When this double faced covert is made up.
it is always arranged so that both sides
shall show somehow, ami show in such a
way that it may bo clearly understood
that it is one und tho snino piece of goods.
Scotch mixtures appear to bo well
liked, ("specially the granite suiting. This
is very rough and ihick in appearance, but
light nnd flexible. Armurctto is another
new woolen fabric, thick in refined color-,
and suitable feir tailor gowns. English
cheviots are shown in mixtures of nil sorts
nf colors, the general effect being rather
dull and dark and very satisfactory for
gowns. This is owing In a great degree to
the mixture of black In tin-warp.
Tin re are many varieties of poplins and
velours of several different kinds. Itus
sian velours is woven in such lino tucks
that it looks like corded stuff. It is par?
ticularly rich In jet black and in one or
two of tho darkest shades of prune, Clnrol
and green. Wool velours Is woven with
extremely thick cord and ill s one eases is
plaided or striped in bright colors over
black. This weave is handsome in nil
black, ami black is a great favorite this
season. Irish frieze is produced, but on a
foundation so thin that the lining shows
beneath the mosh. Coil do chine is also a
bristly looking stuff, woven very loosely.
This is, like the frieze, n novelty.
Every tiny sees tho advent of something
new in crcpons. Eow are in color.-, those
of black showing to hotterndvantage. The
latest idea thai I have found is thai called
"blister." Tho whole surface In covered
with little puffed up places llko blistered
paint. It Is extremely odd. There are bil?
low crcpons with a sort of imitation ou
the top of the billows of the fine, frothy
To wear with tho silk waist, suits there
is a line of short capes, stolo capes and
fichu mantles too many to mention, but
they will make their presence known in a
few days. The most of those aro of black
silk, nearly covered with lace, jet, ruch
ings, nifties and puffs. The material is as
rich as possible. While lace is laid flat
upon the lapels of some of them. The cape
is short In the bark and long in front,
often reaching quite to the bottom of tin
dress. It Is said that, dainty capos of this
form will lie made of the lovely muslins
and organdies, und bordered with lace or
self rtillles for warm days of summer.
Elchtl shapes for these will prevail, and
with tho Dresden shepherdess hats now ar?
rived wo may look for, as wo have already
born promised, a reign of wnttenu styles.
The tailor .-nits have their best, opportu?
nities in the spring and thu fall, when a
costume of this kind is tho most suitable
for the mild days when a tailor gown is a
benediction. I notice a tendency to have
thu whole suit of the same material, with
a vest or underwaist like the skirt nnd a
coat or jacket of the same or a smart cape,
strap 6oantcd ami sewed with fancy, small
buttons. Tho richest of the tailor suits an
made of tho broadcloth dignified by the
name of uiove kid ami gazelle skin.
Some Of tlio coats are almost exactly like
the short box coats of a season or so ago.
Others arc quite long, tight Utting coots.
These ate very stiff and very English. A
few hnvo What we might call a basque,
with smooth bias skirls sewed to it. with
pocket lids ami all tho nicety of Itlllsll thai
goes to show the tailor garb.
There are tailor blouses, too, and some
of them are very handsome, but the loose;
batrev front destroys the idea of thiv
Thousands of men in lonely homes call
up the picture-, of the loved und lost ones,
who mlit still It happy husbands with
healthy babies prattling at their knees, if
thev had only been a little more observant
and thoughtful. When a woman's com?
plexion ircis pale and sallow and her eyes
look heavy; when she is evidently nervous
and despondent, and complains of pains
and aches and dragging down and burning
sensations; a wise man should know that
she is suffering from weakness or disease in
a womanly way. The thoughtful man who
realizes this will at once advise his wife to
consult some eminent and skillful special?
ist, lie will know that the average physi?
cian will insist upon the obnoxious exam?
inations and local treatment so embarrass?
ing to modest, sensitive women. He should
know that these ordeals are unnecessary.
Dr. R. Y Pierce is an eminent ami skillful
Specialist, who has been for thirty years
chief consulting physician to the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo,
X. V. During that time, with the ar-siM
ancc of a stafT of able physicians, he has
prescribed for many thousands of wom?
en. He is the inventor of a wonderful
medicine for the special weaknesses of
women, that eures it; the privacy of the
home. It i-- know n as Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. It makes tin- delicate and
important organs that bear the burdens of
maternity strong, healthy and vigorous. It
corrects all irregularities and slops all de?
bilitating drains. Medicine dealers sell it
and have nothing "just as good."
\v. K. Malcolm, lisq.. "f Knobel, Clay O .
Ark., writes My wife for perhaps four months
previous to the birth of our child to<ik tin- ? Pn
voritc Prescription.' This strengthen-d her en?
tire system, ami child-birth, to her, was \ < rv
easy, being attended with little pain. Our baby
Knill i-. i.; months old and she has never been
sick a day."
smoothness fnscpiirnnio from tailor attire.
One very novel Idea in this kind of gown
bad the skirt mode plain save for n small
fenthcrbone piping run in just above the
edge. The material was dull green serge.
The bodice was tight Utting ncross the
back and at the sides and without trim?
ming. The front was in a blouse shape,
with one fold down tho center reaching
front the belt to where the eollnr joined.
This collar let an nndcrvest of tan colored
line broadcloth show. This was strapped
and stitched and bad a little tudor collar
above the tan colored stock of black vel?
vet. There was u simulated yoke of vclvot,
and across the front of tho waist were
three bands of velvet Ihnked on each side
by Hat tnn titan braid. The sleeves were
trimmed in nsimilar manner. At the licit
and at the joinings at the top worn fancy
rhino diamond ornaments with emerald
Another now tailor blouse design is
shown on a gown of light chin plaid in
browns anil grays. The shirt is strictly
tailor finished. Tho bodice is n blouse
opciiod ilt the bottom of the waist to sllOVV
a cream colored surah full vest. At the
neck a stock and collar of the same shew.
Around the neck and down each side in
front I hero is one row of fancy castle
braid. A tan leather beb und plain square
buckle hold in the waist. Tho braid is
arranged below tho belt in a manner to
simulate basque points. It is very odd,
but neat and becoming to youth ful figures.
Another design called by courtesy n tai?
lor gown was of light gray covert, with
pale pin!; showing throng! the gray. Tho
skirt showed tho two stained styl", where
the whole skirt Is out In two pieces only
und tho scnins come in the front ami buck.
A very pretty design of light gray sou?
tache sewed upon the edge wits pur upon
the skirl in odd sort of scallo|tetl shape,
without licginning or end. There were
two pieces near the bottom a little toward
the sides and two near the top almost join?
ing in front. The blouse bodice opened at
the left side, and tho front was outlined
und trimmed with set pieces of soutache
brniding. A; the neck there was a high
stock made of folds of very dark myrtle
green velvet, and a belt of tin same. There
was a soutache ornament on the top of
each sleeve ami another near the wrist.
Those si t pieces can be purchased all ready
to apply to any dress. The different kinds
of braid and I lie t laborilto set pieces make
it easy for the home dressmaker to trim a
new or refurbish an old gown. Braid of
nil kinds promises to have a long season of
So do beaded trimmings for Imndsomo
dresses and cloaks. The latest device in
all sorts of lu ad, embroidery .and spangle
work is the bowknol This is a fashion
that bobs up serene every two or three
seasons, and it is al ays made welcome.
Velvet ribbon is oft i sewed flat upon a
dress or cloak in the form of a bowk not,
tied loosely. This i. then studded with
line jet or iridnsceiil i cads or spanglos, nc
lording to the requirement of the gar?
ment, bate made ot chenille or band run
with chenille makes a very dressy garni?
ture for handsome gOWIIS. It is used oil
' woolens Iis well ns mi the silk effects. A
new fancy Is colored cluutlllly. Heretofore
this beautiful lace could be had only in
black und while, but now it is produced
in red. gray, pink, green and blue as well
as nil the ivory and ecru shades. Inser?
tions are arranged to match edgings in the
Bruges and Danders uro tho laces of the
day. They are naturally but imitations of
tho old luces wo read of and see in mu?
seums, but they are really beautiful in
themselves. l/.erre and oriental, also nar?
row widths of Valenciennes, an- among tho
season's prettiest trimming luces
M \ ru I.KKOv.
Without A Rival.
As a posiliveeurc forsprnins,brui*?8,
and pains of all kinds. Salvation Oil
has no equal. Mrs. Frank Juif, :'>1K
Grntiot Ave., Detroit, Mich., write*:
??1 used Salvation Oil in my family
and can say it Im's no rival as a lini?
ment; it certainly cures pains. I
sprained my ankle and it cured mc
und since then I have always used it
for any pains and bruises." Salvation
Oil is sold for only 25 cents. No other
remedy will do thb work as promptly.
Fresh lot old fashioned mnrshmallowu
just, received at .1 J. CATOGXPS.
Mr. P. ('. Ilcl'>:g, a prominent drug?
gist nf l.vnchburg. Ya., -ays: M0no of
<.ur Citizen? was cured of rheumatism of
two years standing by one bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This llnamnnt
I? famous fcr its eure? of rheumatism;
thousands have been dellthted with the
prompt relief which it affords. For sale
by 11 0, Barne?, "He puts up prescrip?
Call and See For Yourself.
1 room cottage In southwest, ?II
modern Improvement*, heated by fur
mice, hol und cold waler bathe, etc.. one
of the moat desirable residences in the
etty. l'riec ?2,000; $500 cash, balance
8 room house in southwest, in the very
best localtou in the city, healed by fur
mice, all modern imprcvements, newly
painted, pap?ied and repaired, birge lot
aud beautiful shade, only $2,800, $500
cash, balance easy.
An elegant brick house in West End,
all modern improvements, oleimntly fur?
nished, some thing nice, $:5,.'j00.
Houses in Northwest, Northeast,
Southwest and Southeast on easy terms,
and almost at your own price. We can
suit you beyond a doubt.
If you have a buruain for sale, list it
with us. Wo have twenty-live cus?
tomers uow for properties in different
sections of the c'ty. We want your prop?
erty both lor sale or rent and will treat
Our list ol farms are full of choice bar?
gains, and as to vacant lot- we have them
at any price you wish. Give us '? trial,
and we will convince yon that "we are
the people." Vehicle always at the door
and it gives us pleasure to show prop?
[tie Pe?igo-Beiler Real Estate Co
OLD COMMERCIAL BANK.
PUT YOUR DOLLARS IN RE?l
ESTATF; IHEV WILL BE fftFE.
10-room brick dwelling ou Church
street s. w.. Price $4,0(10: cash $500.
D-room dwelling southwest, large lot,
50x115. Price $1,400. Terms easy.
Ill-room dwelling two squares from
postefbce, $1,150. Cash $100; mouthly
s room d veiling Ta/.ewcll avecui s- <
?ood stable, on lot. Price $^00; cash $10U;
balance on easy monthly payments.
Great bargain?U-room dwelling, 4-stall
barn and stable;' two l-rooin cottages,
two acres due garde-u lauil, all for $1,000;
cash $200; monthly $10. Renting now
at $10 per month.
7 room dwell'ng southeast, n"ar Rel
mont fchoo'. building, $8m>; cash $30,
0 room dwelling Center avenue n. w.
Lot 50x150 Price $1,000. Terms O. K.
Elegant li room dwelling Northeast:
nicely papered. Price $10').
6-rnom dwelling Northwest, nea- West
End Hound House, $000. Terms to suit
6-roorc dwelllue Third street n. e.,
near the simps. Price $800; cash $100;
4-rootn cottage southwest. Sewer con?
nection. Price $500; cash $25; monthly
Four nice lots Melrose addit'on, near
West End Round House, $45 each_on .the
instalment plan. i '
100 lots in Belmont addition. Price:
$40 to $100 each.
70 acre farm 1 2 mile from city. Will
Bell'half or the whole at $00 per acre.
45 acre farm 2 1-2 miles from city.
Comfortable dwelling: good orchard.
Price $1,500; 1-3 cash, balance 1 and 2
If you have property to sell or rent
correspond witn us. We have customers
for several nice dwellings In southwest
and two business houses.
PACE & BOBBITT,
Real Estate and Rental Agents,
10 Jefferson St.
^ beauty and health ^
^ in Every Quart of ^
tho recojjnbcd peer of all ltlood Puri?
fiers. Out illustrated hook is a sure
guide to health. I-'ree for the asking.
Williams. Davis, Brooks & Co.
For sale by JOHNSON & JOHNSON,
Druggists, Roanoke, Vie
THE BELLED TEAMS ARE STILL
RUNNING W. K. ANDREWS JSs CO.,
the OLDEST FIRM OK COAL AND
WOOD DEALERS in the city, are AT
THE OLD STAN D, 21? Silem avenue,
ready to serve you on short notice.
93,600 buys a desirably located 10-room
residence on Terry's Hill, which cost
$(1,0(10; can bo exchanged for cheaper
property lu part payniout; balance ou
Ion.: ume at 0 per ceut. interest.
$1,500 will buy 8-rooin residence, large
lot, near center of city $150 cash; $15 per
$1)02.50 will buy a nice 5-roorn cottage,
large lot and stable near iu, $100caso and
$10 per mouth.
$1,0110; $J5 cash and $15 per month will
get h i ice 7-tooin house in southwest.
$1,450, on easy payments, will take iu
a lo??lv new ?-room hou.-e iu southwest,
very desirably located, with modern im?
provements and nice shade.
Splendid brick business property now
reutlrg for over 10 per cent, after paying
taxes, insurance -wul water rent.
$S00 for a O-room house in northwest,
$100 cash anil $10 per month.
Two lovely n?*iv homes in southwest
with every conwuieuce, in one of the best
neitrhborhoods in the city, one of 8 aud
the other of 0 rooms,large lots and beau?
tiful shade. Price, $2,200 and $:'?,00U;
500 acres farm near Koauoke on rail?
road, first-class improvements, line or?
chard, nlenty of timber: terms easy; this
is a genuine bargain at $10 per acre.
MagniOceut James river farm, 12 miles
from Norfolk, dwelling th.?t cost $0,000
to build, beautiful location, all necessary
buildings, besides (! tenement bouses, 25
acres in fruit, large quantity of wood
and good timber, containing 700 acres, at
tin- low price of $1( per acre.
110 acres of Hack Creek pippin apple
land, in good state of cultivation, 000
young bearing pippin apple trees, at $20
P"r acre. Th s is a choice investment.
Two other small pippii apple farnis of
75 and 50 acres, with good orchards at
$10 and $12 per acre.
133 acres of tlrst-class land on the Shen
andoah Valley railroad, one mile from
depot, in high state of cultivation, about
100 miles from Koanoke, good improve?
ments, line orchard, plenty of good tim?
ber, well watered aud fenced. At $'-13
per acre. This land is equal to land sold
in RoanoKc- at $50 ant'. $00 per acre; can
be sold on any time from ono to seven
years; can bo exchanged for Koanoke city
About l!00 acres pn Norfolk and West?
ern railroan, 115 acres of line bottom land,
55 acres of which has yielded 01 1-2 of
corn to the acre, is also good for wheat
aud grass; 8-room house, good young or?
chard, has about 50 acres of as flue peach
tree land as can be found iu the State;
can be bought for $5,500 or exchange in
part for Hoannke city property.
This is only a partial list of the prop?
erty we have for sale, any of which we
will show at any time; correspondence
T, W. SPINDLE & CO.,
ICcal Statute Itciital and In
No. 8 Cutiipimll Avenue 8. W.
Dwelling on corner lot in most desira?
ble location, bath, hot and cold water,
Raltimcii heater, good Blade. Price
A nlse'brlck dwellljg with 7 rooms,
bath <md cellar, lot 50x160 feet on cor?
ner. Price $2.500; $500 cash, balance cn
A very neat new S-room dwelling with
bath, hot and cold water, on most desii
able street in the city. Price $2.250
Dwelling 1C rooms on corner lot with all
conveniences, in most desirable location,
j Price $3,000.
I Dwellinu with 1" rooms, corner lot,
bath, hot and cold water, shaiio on lot?
located on the car line. Price $2,IOC.
A large 8-room dwelling in the West
End with bath, hot and cold water, cab?
inet mantles, ce'lar and attic, stable on
the. lot. It cost $4.50C to build the
house. Price $3,400". $400 cash, balance
A iiiii-.i desirable 8-room dwelling in
the best neighborhood,with bath, hotjjand
cold water, heated by steam, stable on
lot. Price $2,000.
A cottage with four large rooms on lot
50x155 feet, In five minutes walk of
Ponce do Leon Hotel. Price $1,000; $100
cash, balance $12 50 per mouth.
A 0-roomjlwelling.on lot" 50xP?0 feet,
in southwest, renting f >r $10 per month.
Price $8.50; $450 ct.sb,*balance $10 per
75 acres on Norfolk and Western rail?
road twe miles from Redford City. Price
One of the best larms in Augusta
county. i515 acres, highly improved, on
Shenanhoah Valley railroad. Price $8,
100 desirable farms for sale. Send for
200 lots in the West End.
150 lots In Mel rose.
100 lots in Balmont.
The most desirable lot in South Roan
OSWALD S. HAWKINS
Heal Estate Agent?
No 416 Terry Buildina.
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climate will rare tt.
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KI.V l'.HOTUEHS, 86 Warren Stiect. Ne.w\orfc.
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0-room cot taue, Roanoke street, near
S-ioom house with modern conveniences
on Patterson avenue; stable, etc., $10. OC.
10-room.house with modem conveni?
ences ou Patterson avenue, near Id,
8 room house on Shenando,;h avenue
n. w., $7.00.
Small odleo room near Watt, Rettew &
Clay s, $0.00.
Two store rooms with dwelling rooms
above, corner Park street anil London
avenue n. w. Will rent separately. Sec?
ond Hour arranged for bourding huuse
purposes. Rent moderate.
T. E. II. II.1I&TKOO.K A f;0M
THE RENTERS, Market Square,
FOR RENT AND FOR SALE.
T. W. Goodwin, Ag't.
Office : Itooin No. 80? Terry Hulldlng.
February 1, 1808.
South IV CNt.
No. ,"?17 Tenth avenue. 10.00
No. 1236 Chapman avenue a, w...$ lH.Uft
No. 522 First avenue s. w. Kl.00
No. 1724 Boulevard. II).00
No. 1002 Franklin Road. :,o.0(l
No. P.I21 Boulevard. 25 00
No. 1720 Boulevard. 10.00
No. 500 Seventh avenue. 11.00
No. 420 Spottswood avenue. 10.00
No. 835 Ninth avenue. .1.00
No. 520 Seventh avenue. 0.00
No. fill;} Seventh avenue. 0.00
No. 428 Sixth avenue. 7.00
No. (US First avenue. 0.00
No. 115 Twelfth street. N.50
No. 023 Second avenue. 15 00
No. 022 First avenue. 9.00
No. 414 First street s. w. 15.00
No. 711 Third avenue s. w . 7.00
No. 304 Commonwealth avo. n. e.. 10.00
I also have in my charge properties In
all sections of the city that can be bought
at Kreut bargains, either for cash or on
the instalment plan.
Call and examine my list.
T. XV. OOODWIN, ABent.
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
DKSIltAIIL.B VOR HOMl.S OH KI'KCU
L&TIVH INVKSTM !?NT.
10-room dwelling, 118 Eighth avenue
a. w., bath room, ho* and cold water at?
tachment, lot 50x100 feet. Originally
worth $7.500; present price $1,000.
Comfortable dwelling No. 7i2 Camp
hell avenue s.w.; lot 91x275 feet .to an
alley, 10 rooms, bath roem and stable.
Originally ?-old for $10,000; present price
Very desirable dwelling Nc. 310 John
street s. w., 10 rooms, good stable, neces?
sary outside buildings, lot 50x150; $3,000.
Nice 0-room cottage No. 3 Trout ave?
nue s. w., lot 50x150, f 1,500.
Dwelling No. 300 Eighth avenue S. w.,
lot 50x150, $1,500.
Three story brick building on Shenan
doah avenue, near freight depot, uow
used, first iloor as a bottling works, and
Becnud aud third as shop and dwelling,
0-room dwelling, No. 5i7 Fourth street
n. e., very cheap and convenient to Roa?
noke Machine Works, $700.
8-room dwelling, n. s. Belmout avenue
s. e., lot 98x130 feet; beautiful location,
8-room dwelling, 14 1-2 Lee street n.e.,
lot 50x200 fee?, $1,500.
8 room dwelling, 509 Luck avenue, lot
34x90 feet, very cheap, $2,000.
0-room dwelling, 027 Shenandoah ave?
nue n. w., lot 25x130, $800.
0-room dwelling, 427 Elm wood street s.
e., lot 40x180, a bargain, $050.
8-room dwellings, 924, 930 and 932
Center steet, Iota 25x1110, all three desir?
able located and very cheap, $1,100.
0 room dwelling, 711 Cilmer street'u.
w., lot 40x130, nice location; a bargain,
Vacant lot on Jefferson street, 25x170
feet, near marble yard, formally worth
$0,000; price $2,500.
Peck Hotel, on Salem avenue, near
Academy of Music, 24 rooms, a bargain,
Two story frame building, 8 rooms, 450
feet east of F street, fronting on Camp?
bell avenue a. w., lot 50x233 feet. This
is u very cheap and desirable property,
A very desirable 8-rnora dwelling, 801
Roanoke street s. w., good outside build?
ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., lot
j 50x150, a bargain. $2,500.
House and lot, 8 rooms, north side Mel
I rose avenue n. w., lot 75x210 feet, a most
desirable home, price $1,800.
Ttvo-story frame building, 612 Sixth
i avenue n. w., very nicely located, 6-room
J house, price $1,200.
10-room dwelling, 315 Randolph street,
near Roanoke and Southern depot, for?
merly sold for $2,000, price $1,150.
10 room two-story dwelling, No. 375
Eleventh avenue s. w., an elegant prop?
erty, none better, lot 50x130, $3.500.
12-room two story dwelling, 379 Elev?
enth avenue s. w., new house worth $4,
i 500, lot 50x130, price, $,1,500.
10-room two story dwelling, 377 Elev?
enth avenue s. w., one of the chcapert
houses in the city, loi 50x130, $3,000.
j 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, 1116 South
Jefferson street, worth $3,500, price $2,
Two cottages on Shenandoah avenue,
Nos. 1021 and 1023, 6 rooms, each $80J.
18-room dwelling, 31 Seventh avenue s.
w., worth $7,000. price $5,500.
15-room dwelling, No. 364 Campbell
j avenue s. w. The cheapest property now
j on the market; just elegant, $5,500.
JUNIUS McGEHF.E, Agent
For the National Mutual Building and
Loau Association cf New York, \iasonlc
Temple, Room No. 2.