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SALES0FT08ACCO:
lilEiiliEi
Eighty Per Cent, of Last Year's
Crop Has Been Put on
Market.
It was .1 partial "season," but a sea?
son all the same, that ea . o woo!; beloro
last, and It enabled tht tobacco grow
irs In Virginia und North Carolina to
get much ol tin \v< i 1 In order for mar?
keting. The result wns tliat a great
deal of leaf tob.uro found it.-, way to
the warehouse doors In the various
markets. ,
In Richmond very neat to 750.000
pounds of the dark leal was sold, und
the sales of tin Hurley ? hat came in
from West Virginia and from Ohio auu
.vUirtion ?tilro, ??onbag"~
High Constable's Sale
1 ?ill soil by public auction on
MONDAY. THH ITH DAY OP MARCH,
1912, :; o'clock P. M.,
at my storehouse, No. 1 Last Frank?
lin, the following property to satisfy
distress warrants and civil executions
in my hands:
Bureaus, Washstatlds, Hat Racks,
Pianos. Carpets Curtains, etc.
TERMS: Cash.
W. H. WYATT, JR.,
H. C, C. R.
COMMISSI! iNER'S SALE
OP
VALUABLE TRACT OF TIMBER
LAND NEAR M KENNEY. IN D1N
WIDDIE COUNTY. VA,
A3 directed by a decree of the Cir?
cuit Court of Dlnvrlddle county, en?
tered at its December term, 1911, In
the suit of Meadc C Edmunds vs. T, C.
Edmunds et als., the undersigned spe?
cial commissioner will sell by public
?tuctlon, In front nf the Bank of Dln
?widdie. at McKenney. Va.. on
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1912,
at 12 o'clock M.,
(1) All of the standing timber six
Inches and upward In diameter on a
certain tract of land containing 6lS
acres, situate about one mile from Mc?
Kenney.
It is estimated that there arc about
r.,00f','J'J0 feet of pine. o:,k und poplar
timber, about 10,000 railroad tics, and
a considerable quantity of gum and
cedar on said tract. The purchaser
will be given three years to cut and
remove said limber and tho usual
privilege! of ingress and egress and
right of locating sawmills, lumber
yards, etc.
TERMS: Cash.
(2 > Said tract of land containing 01S
acres, known as tho J. I' Edmunds
home tract, fronting on the Mill Road
in said county nnd adioining the lands
?l Dr. R E. Wilkinson. D. F. Wells.
Xehmer and others, together with tho
dwelling house, outbuildings and ten?
ant's house tnercon.
TERMS: One-third cash: balance in
one and two years, evidenced by r.cFto
tlable notes, with interest from dato
of sale.
1. M. TOWNSEND,
Special Comtnlf sloner.
RENNIE BUTT ER WORTH.
_ Auctioneer.
Auction Sale
OF THE
MOST BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY FUR?
NITURE, ETC., ETC..
Of tin- la I ? S. W. Sn.vder. corner Grove
A venu > and Cross Street. Petersburg, I
Va,, on \
MONDAY MARCH ITH, AT 10:30 A. M.
At the above lime arid plr.ee we will I
^?11 by public nution the following Ma-,
hogany Furniture, viz.: Bedsteads, Bu-|
tea us, Wardrobe. Card Tables, Sewing!
Table. Chairs. Rockers. Clock* Side?
board, etc. This is tha best Mahogany
Gtat has been Offered for sale in Peters?
burg for year*.
We will also sell lot of Walnut Fur?
niture, eucli us book Case .and Desk,I
] iireaus, Bedsteads. Wardrobes. Wasn
;-tands. Hat Rack. Tables, Also)
line White Hair Mattress. Invalid's
Chair. Co.uch, Refrigerator. Oas Range,
lot Of Fine Pictures, including two verv I
old pictures of George Washington and
.Abraham Lincoln; Mirrors, Clocks, Car
Pets. Druggjts, etc. Also stock of I
? Drugs. Show ras..-*. Iron Safe ami many
articles too numerous to mention
S. S. SN Y DER.
Executor,
MRS MYRTIE A. WIN Fl; EE.
Exeucuirlx.
PANNIER HARRISON,
/faction* rs.
J'inancitU
Loney
Amounts
to Suit
J. THOMI
Eastern Kentucky ran the sales up to
close to 1.000.000 pounds. The market
was active all of the week, and nil de?
sirable goods brought the outside llg
ures. It must be said, however, that
tha low grades predominated In the of?
ferings, and while there were some
fancy prices paid for extra good wrap?
pers, the general average was a little
below the mark made lor the w.-ek pre?
vious. One pile of extra fine Buncurod
wrappers sold for $10. and this was the
high-water.mark of the season. Some
good tillers sold as high as $1S. but in
the. main the offerings wer; of the
lower grades, and the general average
was but a little over
It was made manifi si that ln3t ycnr"s
crop of dark goods Inclined to th'9
lower grades mors than to what the
manufacturers ?.all the "sweet stuff."
Some of the warehousemen ligiire
that SO per cent, of the . crop of last
year has boon market'd, bu the farm?
er.-- stiy they have a whole lot of tiie
weed yet to market.
Tho package dealers had fairly good
business during tii > past week, and li
ports uro that -100 packages changed
hands, and all wore sold by sample.
Lynchburg Tobacro Market.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lynchburg, Vo., March .lohn r. OkIcj
tiy. of tho Ljinchburg Tobacco Warehouse
,'ompan> (Inc. >. mnltPi the following report
if leaf tobacco sold on the Lyucbburg mar?
ket:
Sold w?ek ending March t. 7S1.00Q pounds;
told week ending February S3, 197,100 pounds;
.?.crease thin week. 2SI.M0 pounut.
Sold from .September I, 1011. io March 1.
i'A2. H,010,tOQ pounds: sold from September
'.. 1M0, to March 5. 19U, ll.Si6,3O0 pounds; In?
crease (or 1912, 3*1.100 pounds.
Hecelpts were fairly heavy this week,
though ?alt? would haev been larger If the
rosds lind been In b.-ttcr condition. The
quality of the offering! wan a disappoint
nirnt. there being a larger percentage "f
Inferior grades than any week since il>
season opened. There wut very litt!.
oliahgi In price* ir?>m last week, tiumgli a
few grades <?! medium and .ko.hI leaf showed
a decline ot a i.hi or two. Hood wrappers
are In demand, ar.d are Itroug :,t l|U0ta
tlons. Woek'a quotations:
Lugs, common (damaged).J 4.W ((91M
Lukp. common (sound>. 5.5; y 6.'.',
Lugt, medium. S.? Q 7.03
Lurs. good. 7.0) Cf '
Leaf, common. 7.t>) }
Leaf, medium. ?.(in g. o.uo
Leaf. good. P.2S it 11.CO
Leaf, fine. 11.59 if 14.00
Leaf, wrappers.:. 14.50 SJ Co
Petersburg Tobacco Market.
Petersburg. Va.. March 2.?The tobacco
market continued active throughout tho
.week, with sales of S't.Stff pounds. The sales
for tho season to aale art J.SJ0.C90 pound?,
aatlraated to be about ono-hair of last year'a
crop In this section, most of which trill now
bo brought la rapidly with favorable ?ensoiij
j f??r ordering, Quotation?:
I Common lugs.$ C-r*> VI 7,21
lUood lug?. S.00 Q 9.00
Short Stuf. "i?G r,f 9.00
Medium shipping leaf. in.M fj 12.00
, flood shipping leaf. 1S.&0 if ll.iO
' short wrrappcra. 17.00 O li.oo
j Fine wrapper*. 4f 23.0
South Hosten Tobacco Market.
South Boston, Va., March ;.?About T.".0.C?0
pounds or tobacco was sold on this market
j at an average of su.co during the past
[week. Double sale.- have lasted far Into tho
.latter part of the afternoon in many Ir.
[stance*. It seem* that a great .leal of the
[darker gravies aic being offered, and that
.the bricht tobacco Is nearly exhausted with
I the farmers. The prices continue h'.gh. and
I have> -Jone so throughout the entire season.
Mart In* vlllc Tobacco Market.
I Martlnsvlllc, Va.. March ;.?The lobaeco
market her.- has be 11 brisk Ihls work with
[large break* every day. The market Is s.-ll
j Ine nttopt W.W0 lH?lind? per day at an aver
; ,-. .,? about :?? cent* per pound. Prices arc
j good on all grades, as the above figure*
j cover a large amount of common tobacco,
I which ilofs not bring over T or S cents per
I pound. All tobacco ntltrn! And* r?ndy ?nie,
.'and farmers aro well (utlsflcd with price*
1 received.
Furnivllle Tobacco Market,
j Franivtlle, \"a., March tm the Farm
I vlllc tobacco market lug* and short com*
I Diand satUlact?ry prices, but for unuc
I countable reason the Ixttcr grades bate
j soM bev dm lug the we, k. The littler part
] of ili<> week \\itntJ>scd large breaks on nil
(the warehouse floors, and if weather eon
I dltlons continue favorable much of the 011I
j standing crop will bo sold next we?k.
Ilocky Mount Tobacco Marl.et.
I Rocky Mount. N. C. March C?Receipts of
I leaf tobacco for the week Just patied have
?been light, amounting to about 90,000 pounds,
j The quality h:is not he'Jn as f.'iod :a in
reieni weeks, ninth of th? stock bvin? In
II Ho nature of "bain cleaning*" and inferior
!i?pf.s. the belter grades c'lng ?cnr.ee r.
I Prie, s have been pretty w. II ninin' ,?n?* I r?n
I all i itulet'i and the ^elleis a* 11 .??il,j well
j r. leased The nial kit closes for the season
I on Mi,r, !i 7.
Ti ? Impression prevails :!ut the crop will
I be 'ncreaseil 10 some rxteii; in this. *-?ctl0:.,
[auJ It I- tl ought nhout a norm.'.l planting
win ; made ir the conditnii* are fa\or
abl..
Married In London.
London, March 2.?T. W. Smith, Jr.,
of North Carolina, a resident of Lon
day, aud Margaretta. daughter of tho
lato J. W. Ellis, of Kentucky, were
married at St. George's. Hanover
Square, to-day. . A special license was
Issued by the Archbishop of Canter?
bury at the reeiuest of Ambassador
Leid.
auction "feftictf, 93onba? "Auction ?alc?, SWonb?-?
By Virginia Auction Co., Auctioneers, 6 1 6 E. Broad St.
GIGANTIC AUCTION SALE
I he Twenty Thousand Dollar Stock of The
Pitts [Uptown] Furniture Store
1 I 7 West Broad
Beginning MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1312. at 10:30 A. M . and continuing esca
day at same hour till stock 1? fold.
Tailor Suits in Pan Tiush, Verono Tapestrv and other upholstering*: Den
Suits, In imitation and se.il Russian leather; Chamber Suits, In Circassian. Wal?
nut. Ouartc-red Oak, Mahogany ;jnd Bird": F.yo Maple, with Mirror Front Ward?
robes and Chirfonnlers to match: Princess and other Dressers, In all known
wood; Chifterobes, In Mahogany and Oak; completa line of Brass and Enamel
Beds; ail grades Pelt, Combination and Hair Mattresses: Oak, walnut. Mahog?
any Parlor Pieces, Rockers. Chairs. Tables. Dressing Tables .Lace Curtains,
Draperies. Shades. Baby Carriages, Oo-Cartfl and Perambulators, Book C.is
Combination CaScs, Ladles' Desks, Lounges, Couches and Davenports, Oak.
Walnut, Mahogany; Circassian. Early English Bind Mission Dining Room Suits.
Musslve arid Plain, Odd Sideboards, Pedestal and Square Dining Table.-, china
Closets, Und and Side Chairs, Serving Tables, all grades Raas. Druggets,
Linoleums. Mattings, Oilcloth and Carpets in original rolls: complete Mho of
Kitchen Cabinets, Steel Ranges. Cook Ranges. Oa? Ranges, Hcatlitg Stoves,
etc.. etc.
This Is one of ths best selected stocks in the city, and Includes everything
to be found In an up-to-date furniture store.
An opportunity never before offered the public Of Richmond at auction.
Stock fresh and well selected: recently purchased.
SaD positive. TERMS: Cash. Public invited. Store for rent. Immediate
possession given.
Store open for Inspection Wednesday, February IS, ISO?. 11T West Broad
V11 tO IXIA AI 'CTIOX CO.. A-.l ?tiofiee rs.
i he Valentine Auction Co. The Waittoe Auc&m Ox
AUCTIONtLR3 ADCTlONtZJlS
o i a east j3Tio^j> st. oi a v^.&rr broad vsnr,
OF Till: ENTIRE STOCK OF
Watches, Diamonds,
Jewelry, Clocks, Silverware, Etc.
Of th: late deceased Julius Schumann establishment, CS1 East Broad Street,
will be told to the highest bidder without limit and reserve, continued
MONDAY. 8:30 P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
and dally und the entire stock is wM
VALENTINE AUCTION CO.
1,750 1,750 1,750
Horses Mules Horses
SEVENTEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY HORSES AND MULES TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION
AT THE
Southern Stock Yards
Wednesday and 1 hursday, March 6th and 7lh
This will make more Horse cl Mules than we: have had any week this year. Come for Wednesday
morning, Sale commences () A. M.
Smyth Bros.-McCleary-McClellan Co.
N. 13.?=-11 vou haVc a Horse or Mule you want to sell brin? them iu uj.
r i
To-Morrow a Noise Will Be
Heard From One End of
Richmond to the Other and
Reach the Adjoining Towns
$20,000
notion Sal?
Beginning To-Morrow, Monday, and Continuing Each Day Till Sold
The entire stock of the PITTS FURNITURE STORE (uptown,
117 YV. Broad) will be sold at DEATH PRICES. Every piece of this
beautiful stock, including?
Parlor Suits in pan plush, Verona, tapestry and other upholstcrings; Den Suita, in imita?
tion and seal Russian leather; Chamber Suits, in Circassian walnut, quartered oak,mahogany
and bird's-eye maple, with mirror front wardrobes and chiffonnicrs to match; Princes* and other
Dressers, in all known woods; Chifferrobes, in mahogany and oak; complete line in Brass and
Enamel Beds; all grades Felt, Combination and Hair Mattresses; Oak, Walnut and Mahogany
Parlor Pieces, Rocker?, Chairs, Tables, Dressing Tables, Lace Curtains, Draperies, Shade.-.
Bab.- Carriages, Go-Cart- ami Perambulators) Bookcases. Combination Ca.-e;. Ladies' Desk?,
Lounges, Couches ami Davenports, Oak, Walnut, Mahogany, Circassian, Early English and
Mission Dining-Room Suits. Massive and Plain Odd Sideboard.-. Pedestal and Square Dining
Tables, China Closetr. End ami >idc Chairs, Serving Table;, jll grades Rugr, Drugged, Lino?
leums, Matting.-, Oilcloth ami Carpets in original tolls; complete line of Kitchen Cabinets, Steel
Ranges. Coo!: Ranges. Gas Ranges Heating Stoves, etc., etc. ,
This is one of the best selected stocks in the city,.and includes everything to be found i:i
an up-to-date furniture store.
An opportunity never before offered the public of Richmond a! auction. Jv.ock ficsh and
well selected; recently purchased.
Will be sacriTiced at whatever they will bring. They must go, if
we have to GIVE THIS GREAT STOCK AWAY. It will be a passing
chance, and one that is likely not to come ag-Mn.
Every article is new stock of highest grade. People of Richmond,
don't miss this great chance.
Sale positive. Terms cash.
Auctioneers
union ?nlcs, S?onDa?
1 lie Valentine Aucxioii Co.
AUCTIONEERS
Ol O EAPT i^OAD ST
ACTION SALE
?F
FINK FURNITURE, CARPETS. LINO?
LEUM, ETC..
TO-MORROW f MONDAY), MARCH 4.
commencing at 10:30 o'clock.. .
w- will sell, at our auction salesrooms. I
No. t>i\ East Broud Street, a large lot:
of Household Furniture, consisting of j
Ojk and Walnut Be<l room .S ilt?. |
Wardrobc^, Dining Boom Furniture;
Parlor Sul^S; Chair*. Roekbr*. Mirrors. I
Carpetr, Druggets, Rugs, Linoleum and
other furniture, etc.
Ladies Invited to attend."
THE VALBNTTNE AUUTION CO. j
High Constable s Sale
I will Belt by Piiblh auction ?.n j
MONDAY. Tili: ITU DAY OF MARCH;.1
1912. 10 o'Cloclt A. M .
nj No. ;tu3 West Cary.
the fbllowlhs property to ratisfy a dis?
tress warrant IM. L Uofheltner \.--.
Southern Birch Beer Company) In my
hands:
Motor. Shafting, Kate, lo: of Hot ties, I
Crate?. Barrels, etc. j
TERMS. Cash
w ii. WYATT. JR.,
II. C, C. B.
Auction ?alcG, irtititrc ?npd
Win'. n. Plxslhl Co., I
Real Estate Auctioneers. !
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
A DESIRABLE LOT. ST. JOHN
STREET, BETWEEN FEDERAL
AND COUTTS STREETS.
By virtue of .i certain deed of trust,
dai-d OiM ?her 27. tI*0f*. and recorded
in the clerk's ofllcc of Richmond Chan
ce'ry four: ;:? 11. D, .SOS-C, page I""'.
defaull having; been made In the pay?
ment of a part uf tae debt therein ssr
cured to i?e paid, and being require.1
s.> lb do ! > tip noteholder. I will sell
at public auction, on the premises, on
WEDNESDAY. MARCH ?. 1912,
a: ) o'clock P. M..
tile real ,.-t:.t described in the afore?
said deed of trust, ns follows:
"All that certain lot. piece or parcel
e. Ifind I .I being in the city ?fJ
Richmond Va.. commencing at a point
seventy-nine '7*?i feel from the north?
western im t-< ctlou of St. John ami
Federal Streets, and extending thence
northwardly along the western lino
of st.' John Street eighteen (IS) feet,
and running back between parallel
lines one hundred and sixteen (llti)
feel iin.d fix < ?". p Inches to nq alley i:i
common slxtein feet wide."
TERMS: Cash as to the cost of cxp.
ruling t'n!.- tr-.i-t, and any taxes due at
the tihli) if rale, and a pro rata of the
i,i\ts for \'.:< . irrent year, and to pay
two notes aggregating JlSS.to. with
Interest thereon from octobir IT, ion:
any balance, at one and two years, se?
cured by .i deed of trust upon the
property rrn.i bearing 6 per cent. In?
terest; or all qashj at the option of the
purchas r.
WM. B. PIZ7.TN1.
IrutUe,
The ValenlineAucticn Co.
AUCTIONEERS
? 1 a EAST BROAJD ST.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALK
OF
LARGE STOCK OF SHOES. CLOTH?
ING. DRY GOODS. NOTIONS. UN?
DERWEAR, AT 131(1 VENABLE
ST BEET,
By virtue of .1 deed of assignment
to hie as tnii-tr". und diily recorded,
I "ill .-oil jt auction, :n lots to the
trade; on
TO-MORROW (.MONDAYi MARCH I
commencing at 1^:30 o'clock,
si No. 2319 Venahln Street. :i largo
.-lock. consisting of naout ^DO pair
Men's, Children's and Ladies' Shoes
fnew stylo goods), Men's Pants, Chil?
dren's rfui t>". I'l'v Goods, Hins. Cap.*.
Notions, Indies' and M n'.< Underwear,
Ladles' Drest^s, Skirt-. Shirtwaists.
Hosiery, Suspenders, Gloves, Overalls,
Neckwear, .Ii vvelry, etc. Also three
Counters, one Silent Salesman Show?
case, lot shelving, two eins Arc Lamps,
Window Fixtures, Store, etc
Sale positive. THUMS: Cash. Deal?
ers especially Invited to attend.
ISADOllE SHAPIRO.
Trustee.
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO.,
Auctioneers,
atution ?tilf?, jrtttttrc ?)d??
By J. D. Carneal & Son,
Heal Estate Auctioneer."'.
TRUSTEE'S AUCTION SALE
OF
NO. 113 LAST LB ICH STREET.
Bv virtue of a certain deed of trust,
datid April 0, 1010. recorded In the
clerk's olriee, Richmond Cimnccry
(.'ourt. in D. P. 206-D, page ?13. de?
fault having heeti made in the pay?
ment of a portion of the debi secured
thereby, anil having been required hy
lit- behefleiary therein so to do, 1 will,
TUESDAY, MARCH 101-',
at :> o'clock P. M..
on the premises, ^proceed to veil at
public auction tin. property conveyed
therein, vivt; ah ;ii.it curtain piece,
parcel or lot of land, with the brick
dwelling thereon, known as No. \\?.
Eilst L Igh Street, lying 'and being in
the city of Richmond, Va.. ami bounded
as follows, to-wit: Fronting on the
southern line of LMgh Street If.O feet
nust; of the eastern line of First Street,
thence running easitvardly along the
said southern line of Leigh Street, and
fronting ihercoh ->'< feet, thence at
right angles in a southerly direction
, between parallel lines loo feet,
T'.ils dwelling la we!; constructed of
good material. Has eight or nine
'rooms, and latest Improved hot water
heat, and is situated on the best block
Ion Leigh, Street (near Mlllsr's Hotel).
I This house will make a most excellent
i home, or would command a good
! rental.
TERMS: Cash <.ullliicnt to pay all
costs of sale, taxes and insurance to
day ef sale, am! a debj of $2,500, now
due, and Interest th.-rcon from Jan?
uary -n. 1911, and balance at six.
twelve and eighteen month?, secured
hy h deed of trust on the property.
J. r>. CARNF.AL.
Xiusie?!
auction fe>alc?, jfitttttc ?>apa
MeVHsfa .v r;||nu,
Peal Estate Auctioneers.
COMMISSIONER'S AUCTION SALE
OE
our Frame Dwellings
223,225, 227 and
229S. Laurel Street
in pursuance of a decree of tht
Chanc-ry Court of the city of Rich?
mond, entered on the 23d day of Feb?
ruary, IW2| in the suit styled "Rosella
Bowcrf and dthi rs vs. Cora Crouch
and others." I will sell ot public auc?
tion, on the premises, on
TUESDAY. MARCH R, 1312.
at l o'clock P. M .
the following projvrly. described in
said decree as follows, to-wit:
"That lot of land, with tho improve?
ments thereon, known as No*. 223,
225, 4::~ and 220 South Laurel Street,
lying and lieln^ in the city of Rich?
mond, Vu . on tho pastern Hide of
Laurel Street, beginning at 0 point on
the east line of Laurel Street 1 ?7 feet
north of the northeast corner of Laurel
and Beverly streets, extending thence
northwardly alone the east line of
Laurel Street, und fronting thcriosi
7.", feet 1 inches, more or less, and
running hack from said front, within
parailel lines a dept'o of 1 iO feet to
ah alley 2n feet wide."
TERMS: One-third of the purchase
prico to be paid in cash, and the bal
anei in two equal instalments, pay?
able in si:: and twelve months, respec?
tively, the deferred payments to ho.
ivldenced by promissory notes of the
purchaser, with Interest added, and
the title to bo retained until the en?
tire purchase money L- paid and a
conveyance ordered by the court: or
for .ill cash, at Lie option of th* pur?
chaser.
WILLIAM A. MONCURE.
Special Commission e* r.
i certify that the bond required by
the above decree of the special com?
missioner hits been duly given.
Given under my hand this 2Sth tiny
of February, 1912.
CHARLES O. SAVILLK,
Clerk.
j By Pollard & Ragby.
Leal Estate Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE
OF
THREE BRICK DWELLINGS'. NOS.
2600; 2511 AND 2.711',6 EAST GRACE
STREET. THIS PROPERTY IS
BEING SOLD FOR DIVISION.
We will fell by auction, on the
premises, on
j WEDNESDAY, MARCH 0. 1912,
at :. e.'clock P. M..
th-3 above mentioned brick dwellings.
The dwellings have modern improve?
ments, contain eight room;-, and arc
always rented.
TERMS: One-fourth cash: balance to
suit purchaser.
POLL VRD A BAGBY.
Auctioneers.
Real Catatc
14 PER CENT.
INVESTMENT
iS7D nlii buy a small' houre icr.tins
for $121 per ;var. Good renter. See
us at oncer.
SHEA & KEE&AXi
SWAP
EtOa-l Street land, near l>;it Line.
See ua for particulars.
LEWIS B. SCHOMBUR?.
$20 PEE FOOT 820.
CLAY STREET
Ninety feet.
Near Summit.
McVeigh a- glinn.
SUBURBAN HOME.
Strictly modern; nine rooms; best of
locations, l or price and terms, seo
Epps-Epps & Co.
SCOTT'S ADDITION.
Marshall. Clay or Leigh Streets. $'J5
per foot.
Epps-Epps & Co.
Scott's
Addition
Two frnn-.e dwelling.-' on West
Moore Street, renting for $120 per an?
num. Paying well on price ashed.
.1. T. RAMSAY & CO..
o Norlh Eleventh Street.
irr?
BRICK INVESTMENT.
Epps-Epps & Co.
Broad Street
Near
Boulevard
'150 feet corner properly. This is a
sure money-maker at the prlco asked
.T. T. RAMSAV & CO.,
_ _n North Eleventh Street.
HIGHLAND PARK LOT.
' 70x110 'feet. ' f 1.250* Pert location.
Epps-Epps & Co,

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