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Washing Powder finishes her work as fresh and bright as her house is clean. Largest package?greatest economy. The N. K. Fairbank Company, Chicago. St. Louis. New York. Boston. Philadelphia. 154 KT. _i3KT, 2 r.T. ITc have demonstrated. exi>e rts admit, and every one is convinced tliattienuine White Topax cannot bo detected from real diamonds. White Topaz la the atone you have rend so much about. Thconethat bus fooled tho pawnbrokers, l'lueu theiu aide by aide with genuine diamonds and no one can tell tho difference. We have .sold thousands of these stones at froiu one to ten dollars, hut in order to Introduce them quick? ly us well as to find out the advertising medium heat suited to our business, we make this Wo will send you a beautiful, brilliant, genuine White! opaz.whlch can be mount? ed in a ring, scarf or neclciloplu, stud, cull buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any article in this border on receipt of. Those stones are exactly the same as those wo have nuvertlsed ;it one dollar. This Offer for a Few Days Only Cut out this advertisement and send it to us together with 23c. in coin or stamps and we will send you a White Topaz by return mail; a stone that you can be Justly proud of and one that positively cannot 1>" detected fioin a real diamond. In ordering, be sine and state whether small, medium or large stone Is desired, no QROER FILLED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY THIS ADVERTISEMENT. . I KT. bears no relation to other so-called imitation diamonds no matter under what name they arc advertised. They are the hardest of semi? precious stones, impossible to detect from real diamonds and war? ranted lo retain their brilliancy. All uthers pate to insignificance when compared with White Topaz. OUR GUARANTEE: w, :h ind Topos to retain its .brilliancy ami the mmintlnKS to give perfect Batlsfactloni w<- win give you One Thouaand Pollnrit it you can nhow that we have ever refused, to replace White T"pa/. tlmt was returned as utiMUMm'torv. DIAMONDS DUPLICATED IN WHITE TOPAZ. Hoyolty and UM four hundred r ho own celebrnted and coitljr diamonds pel tn necklaces, tiaras, brooches, bracelets and Kirrtles, keen them in hurclor proof vaults. .-Iii lo they wear In milillr the exact ?? ates In White Top ? ever detects the dllV WHITE TGPAI ARE GOOD ENOUOH FOR ROYALTY; ARE THEY GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU of a ufrtime!!.^ Dostfft IWiss ?*. Send us Twenty-five Cents In coin or stamps and you will be delighted with the White Topaz that you receive. MONEY REFUNDED IF GOODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY. THE DIAMOND PAfLAGE, american express building, chicago, ills. \3KT. IK.T THE GENERAL SEDUCTION IN BICYCLE PRICES eloquently proclaims the fact that lo-day "in year old" "Are the Standard of the U. S. A. the highest priced, high-grade wheels on the market. Rambler buyers who saved $20 are now smiling I 1897 catalogues free. Agents at all important points. Gormully & Jeffery Mfg. Co., WASHINGTON, D. C. Ronnoke Cycle Co., Sole Agents Packed Without GlaSS. JTKN FOR FIVE CENTS. This spjeial form of ItipnnsTabulcslsprepnrcil 1 rom 1 he original urcscripl Ion, but aiorooconom nully put. up for tint purp..-*, of meeting tint univiT.-al inoili i 11 demand tor u low price. D1UKOTHIN8.?Take one nt mcnl or Im-1 time or whenever you feel poorly. Swallow It, whole, villi or without a mouthful of water. Thoy cure all itomaeh troubles . l>ani?h 1.-, ? ; Induce sleep; prolong life. An invaluable ionic. Post Spring Mcliclne. No matter wbril*:* thn mutter, runt will do yotl good. One irlvcs relief - n cure v. ill result If directions two follower!. The five-cent packages are not vet to be hiul of nil dealer*, although it Is probaule that almost any druggitt will obtain n supply whcnrequci'teil Iiy 11 customer to do ho ; l.nl in any case n sinirle carton, containing ten tahules. will bo sent, post - nge paid, to any ndrlrvHs for llvo cents in stamps, forwarded to thn 1:1pm . Chemical Co., No. 10 HprucoHr., New York. 1'nlll the goods or? tbor oughly Introdcfpd tothutnwie,agents and ncd dlers will he. supplied nt a price which will allow them a fair inaiKin of profit, viz.; 1 dozen enr tons for40 cents?by mail 4',cents. n: dozen till cartons) for $4.:i3-by mail for H.K2. B gross <roo carton*) for MUS. 2'< gross ci.rsoo canons) for ?I00. Cosh with (tin onler in every caso, and rcight or express clutches at Um buyer's cost. CATARRH A LOCAL Disease A Climatic Affection Nothing hut a local remedy or change of climate wilt core It (let. a well known pharmaceutical rem cdy, Ely's CreEm Balm It Is rpilcklv Ab? sorbed. Gives Hellet at once. Onens and cloAcite* the Nasal I'js eaei s. Allst r it rt la.ins'ton. Heals at d Protect! the If einhra' 0 .cores the *cnsfs <>t Tsra und Hmell. Full Size, G,c; Trial Size ICc at DrugglBte XLY HJiOTliKKS, 58 Warren Street, Ntw York. COLD 'N HEAD THE DECORATIVE JAPANESE. Home Vnjs of Summer Lifo Among tho Mikado's 1'cople. Gardens excepted, there uro no out? ward manifestations of the old poetry of Japauo.se life so remarkable us thoso Enrumer houses occupying all the pic? turesque sites of tho country. Wherever there is a view worth going to see you will almost certainly find a summer house built to oommand it, no matter how wild or poor the district. You will find summer houses cling? ing to sea oliffs over tho thunder of breakers, nestling in shadows of gorges over tho roaring of rapids, strutted out over the precipice fronts liko eagles' nests at tho verge of dead craters, for iu Japan there will always bo summer guests wherever there is summer beanty, travelers, happy to plenso their eyes and rest their feet and to leavo kouim coppers in payment for tho privilege of tho vision and tho reposo. Tho summer houso at which I am now staying is typical of tho class, a skeleton structure of two stories, simply and strongly bnilt after tho manner of peasants' dwellings and at a cost of perhaps $00. Tim her is cheap here. On tho other side of Japan such a build? ing could not bo pat up for $i!00. It stands oh tho edge of a lofty cliff and overlooks a little hay near ancient Moiuosoki. From ground floor to roof it is open on three sides, and on the seaward side shelter from tho sun and wind is given l>y trees rooted in the cliff below, but towering far llbovo the oaves?enormous pines, with branches many feet in girth. Between tho zig? zags of those mighty limbs (hero am glimpses of the sea and fishing sails (canvas or straw) flitting liko white or yellow butterflies, and tho far pnlo thread line of tho iloki coast, and Uia BOll's C0110 thrusting into tlit) clear sky liko Koino prodigious hluo crystal, or, looking directly down over tho needle foliage of younger pines, you see tlio wiuipling of the bay ami bathers laugh? ing among tho rocks, and children play? ing with seaweed and shells. You viow tho world as a (ishhuwk views it. though I presume with vastly different sensations. After a swim it is 'delight? ful to Sloop lit re, the .-liar;), sweet SOU wind in your hair. Y< u uro furnished with a Lathing dress, Randals, a dig straw lint of curious tdiupn to keep.off Iho sun, barley ten ami cakes, a smok? ing box and n pillow, und tho price j er day id' this entertainment is?!! cents! The gt:< si is expected lo Ic ing his own food with him and to provide himself with towels-.? Lufcudio iloiirn in At luutic Monthly. Some London Stntiittictt, An expert m figures says 12,000 ve? hicles, a quarter of tliom oiiiuibuncs, puss through tboStrand in London every day, ami tho narrowness Ol the street causes each of their 08,000 t CCUpillltri to waste on an average three minutes. SUMMER FASHIONS. Materials For Warm Weather ? WM to (iloves Give Flncu to Darker Colors. Ciii'os:, which uro almost as much worn ,ns over in splto of tho revival of jackets consequent upon tho diminishing "Size of sleeves, are seen In great vnrloty, but nro nil short. They nre full and much trim? med with rulllcs, ruehings, plultings, lace nnd ribbon, and are worn rather as a fin? ish to the out of door toilet than as a pro? tection. Thcro are, however, cloth capes TAFFETA TOILET, slightly longer, which aro used for travel? ing nnd general sorvico wear, affording warmth and defense from rain. These usually havo rovers or a capuchon of dif? ferent cloth, either plain or plaid. Tho rage for wldto gloves shows n slight diminution, pearl gray, suedo nnd modo tints beginning to replace white nnd cream. This is a moyo in the right direction, for nothing is less becoming to the hand thun a white glove. Silk and chamois gloves aro both much worn for warm weather, as they do not pot moist, and clammy like suedo or kid. Chamois gloves may ho washed with soap and wator just liko a handkerchief, rinsed in clear water nnd dried oil tho hand. When thoy nro com? pletely dry, they will seem quito stiff nnd unmanageable, but if thoy uro rubbed and pullril for a few minutes they regain their pliability and aro as good as ever. Today's illustration shows a costumo of lettUOO green tnffota. Tho skirt is adorned with bios straps of Richelieu embroidery, terminating under bows of violet satin on eiither sido of tho tablier in front and dis? appearing At tho back under the godets. The bodice has a very high, folded corselet of green tafTeta nnd a guimpe at tho buck of Richelieu embroidery which descends In front in two points, forming a chemisette of violet moussollno do sole. Tho eloso sleeves of green taffeta havo a slight full? ness at tho top and aro trimmed at the wrists with Richelieu embroidery, which also forms full sleeve caps. Rulllcs of whim laco at the nook and wrists nro on rlched by ohoux of violet satin. Tho toque of violet silk Is trhuinod with violet rib? bon and flowers, JUntC CIIOLLET. CARE OF THE FEET. Children'!) Shops Shape tlic Adult Foot. Itlliol: Satin < hjio. Tea Is excellent for washing block lace, but for whlto it gives an ecru rather than a yellow tingo. Yellow Is very fashionable at present, and is better obtained by an in? fusion of saffron than by tea Or coffee. It is an unusual thing for a grown per? son to have a really pretty foot uncovered nnd subject to a scrutiny which notes all details. Tho chief reason is that tho proc? ess of deforming It is1 begun in childhood. If tight, hard and ill lining boots were SUMM Kit CAFE, never worn until maturity, tho foot would ho uncomfortable, it is true, and some? what injured, but having had its natural development before being exposed to un? natural conditions, it would not bo apt to ho ruined by conventional treatment. In the first place, tho wearing of leather shoes, or oven kid ones, should ho post? poned as long us possible. The baby's shoes should bo first of worsted, then of (doth, close enough not to slip, but con? forming to tho shape of the foot. Tho cloth shoos should bo kept on to the latest age that they can bo worn, and after that soft kid should be adopted. The soles may bo as strong und thick as use demands, but tho rest of tho shoo should bo soft and pliable. Short shoos deform the joints, narrow ones produco corns, very loose onus likewise cause corns and chafe the foot as well as wear out tho stocking. A well made shoe, which fits the foot, and dons not squeak, costs more than a common one chosen at hazard, but it also wears much longer find looks better while It lasts. Those parts of the wardrobe which affect the physical comfort and tho shapo of tho body are the parts which require tho most careful attention nnd are worthy of the most pecuniary outlay whore the ques? tion of inonej h:is to bo considered. An Illustration Is given today which shows a summer capo of black satin. It is moderately full and is ornamented with povcrfl and double epaulets 0< heavy Isigny guipure applied over a red lining. A ruebo of black moussclino do solo trims the front, tho collar and irimulntcs a point? ed yoke at tho hook, descending In front in accomjsihlinonl to the rovers. Tho capo is fastened by bows of black satin, held by buckles Of sie. I or.jot. The crcvclntcd col? lar of red silk is covered with guipure, and tho lining Is of white satin. Jl i>l( CIIOLLET, Ill-health is the "Swordof Damocles'* that hangs suspended by a slender thread above the heads of thousands of men. In the end-of-the-century rush and crush, men forget and neglect everything but money getting. They forget that the facility for money-getting is in the long run dependent upon a sound mind in a sound body. The man who is too busy with bis business to spare a mo? ment to look after his health, will eventu? ally lose both health and business. A man may be in too big a hurry. The man who would be permanently successful should take time to cat, time to digest his food, time to sleep, and time to look after the most precious endowment?his health. Dr. Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery is the best-known medicine for the over? worked man or woman. It keeps the sys? tem toned up. It makes the digestion per? fect, the appetite keen, and the bowels reg? ular. It makes blood?pure, rich, life giving blood?and lots of it. It builds flesh and muscle. It invigorates the nerves. Thousands have testified to the benefits derived from its use. Druggists sell it. " I have used quite a number of bottles of your medicines and nave received a great deal of benefit from them," writes Urban Howcll. Ksq., of Tallmanville, Wayne Co.. r*a. " In 1SS0 I took six bottles of' Golden Medical Discovery," and it cured me of the salt-rheum so that it did not break out again." "The Tcople's Common Sense Medical Adviser" is a well named book. It is all that its title implies. It has proved a daily help in over a million families. The book contains i.ooS pages?over 300 illustrations. 680,000 copies of this book have been sold at Ss.TiO each. Now an edi? tion, in heavy paper covers, is to be given away to whoever will send 21 cents in onc centstamps to pay the cost of mailing only. Address, World's Pispeusary Medical As sociation, Buffalo. N. Y. A copy in fine cloth binding may be had for 10 cents extra. WINKELMANN'S a safe, sure and quick cure for Teething, Cholera Infantum, Summer Diseases, Cramps, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Pains in Beweis, Cholera and Cholera Symptoms, and for nil irregularity of the diges? tive system, whether acute or chronic. mothers, note this" Winkclniann's Diarrhoea and Cholera Remedy is a perfect means of treat? ment for children's summer diseases, and should be in every family. Its timely use may save life. useful on the farm, in the factory, in the household. at sea and on land, ?-everywhere.-? It is safe under all conditions and circumstances, and is recognized as one of the very best remedies ever introduced. The ingredients arc Jast what your doctor vrcscrilies utmost dally. I'aluiible information with every bottle. SOLD BV UKALERS AND DRUGGISTS GONBIiMXYa PRICE, 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. If druggist should not have it. will he sent on receipt of 25 cents to any address by Winkelmann &. Brown Drug Co. SOLE PROPRIETORS, baltimore, md., u. s. A. DONT BE DECEIVED! Thai Cannot be Put in Good < >rder at the New Home Office, 309 Henry Street, Roanoke, Va., Where can hf. found tiik fine Drop Cabinet, admired nvso many peo? ple for beauty and convenience; ALSO A variety of different ma? chines made by THIS COMPANY, WHICH, if examined by those WHO WISH TO buy, SII1K by bide WITH the other MARKS OF machines, CAN read? ily SICK they deserve all TIIK praise they have merited IN finish, durability. light-running and per? fect work. please call AND inspect machine and investigate the LOW prices IIK pore you buy. i remain, respectfully, W. H. STRICKLER, 309 Henry St., Roanoke, Va. it WILL SURPRISE YOU. Ill order to prove the great, merit of Ely's ("re.mi "Balm, the most effective cure for Catarrh and Cold in Head, your druggist will supply a generous lo cent trial size or we will mail for 10 cents. Pull size 50 cents ELY BROS., M> Warren St.,X. Y. City. Ely's ('roam Balm has completely cured me n\ catarrh when everything else failed. Many acquaintances have used St with excellent results.?Alfred W, Ste? vens, Caldwell, Ohio. nmuin?c rnurcmi FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES. Desirable for Homes or Specu? lative Investment.?Terms Easy. _ 10-room dwelling, 118 Eighth avenue 9. w., bath room, hof and cold water at? tachment, lot 50x100 feet. Originally worth $7.500; present price $-1,000. Comfortable dwelling No. 712 Camp? bell avenue s.w.; lot 01x275 feet to an alloy, 10 rooms, bath rocm and stable. Originally sold for $10,000; present price $4,000. Very desirable dwelling No. 310 John street s. w., 10 rooms, good stivblo, neces? sary outside buildings, lot 50x150; $3,000 Nice 6-room cottage No. 3 Trout ave? nue s. w., lot 50x150, $1,500. Dwelling No. 300 Eighth avenue s. w., lot 50x150, $1,500. Three story brick building on Shcnnn doah avenue, near freight dejwt, now used, first floor as a bottling works, and second and third as shop and dwelling, $5,000. G-room dwelling. No. 517 Fourth street n. e., very cheap and convenient to Roa noke Machine Works, $700. 8-rooni dwelling, n. s. Belniont avenue s. e., lot 03x130 feet; beautiful location, $2,000. 8-room ?'welling, 14 1-2 Lee street n.e., lot 50x200 fee', $1,500. 8 room dwelling, 509 Luck avenue, lot 34x00 feet, very cheap, $2,000. G-room dwulling, 027 Shenaudoah* ave? nue u. w., lot 25x130, $800. G-room dwelling, 427 Elmwood streets, e., lot 40x130, a bargain, $050. 8-room dwellings, 024 , 030 and 032 Center steet, lota 25x180, all three desir? able located and very cheap, $1,100. Groom dwelling, 711 Glinier street n. w., lot 40x130, nice location; a bargain, $1,100. Vacant lot on Jeffersou street, 25x170 feet, near'marble yard, formally worth $0,000; price $2,500. Peck Hotel, on Falem avenue, near Academy of Music, 24 rooms, a bargain, price $3,500. Two story frame building, S rooms, 450 feet east of F street, fronting on Camp? bell avenue s.w., lot 50x238 feet. This is a very ch-:ap and desirable property, price $3,000. A very desirable 8-room dwelling, 801 Ttoanoke street s. W., good outside build? ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., lot 50x150, a bargain, $2,500. House and lot, 3 rooms, north side Mel rose avenue n. w., lot 75x210 feet, a most desirable home, price $1,000. Tivo-story frame building, 012 Sixth avenue n. w., very nicely located, G-room house, price $1,200. 2 two-story G-room bouses, Nos. 525 and 527 Eighth avenue s. w. This prop? erty would be cheap at $1,400; price,euch, $1,250. 10-room dwelling, 315 Randolph street, near Ronnoke and .Southern depot, for? merly sold for $2,000, price $1,150. Groom cottage, No. 420 Ninth avenue s. w., $1,300. 10 room two-story dwelling, No. 375 Eleventh avenue s. w., an elegant prop? erty, none better, lot 50x130, $8.500. 12-room two story dwelling, 370 Elev? enth avenue s. w., new house worth $4, 500, lot 50x130, price, $,1,500. 10-room two story dwelling, 377 Elev? enth avenue 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, $2,700. Two-story frame dwelling, 1110 South Je!Terson street, worth $3,500, price $2, 800. Two nice and commodious dwellings, 511 and 513 Luckstreet,$l,800 and$2,000. Two cottages on Shenaudoah avenue, Nos. 2021 nnd 1023, 0 rooms, each $800. 18-rooni dwelling, 31 Seventh avenue s. w., worth $7,000, price $5,500. 15-room dwelling. No. 304 Campbell avenue s. w. The cheapest property now on the market; just elegant, $5,500. JUNIUS McGEHEE, Agent For the National Mutual Rullding and Loan Association of New York, Masonic Temple, Room No. 2. BY TERRY BUILDING, ROANOKE, VA. Two beautiful Lewis addition LOTS? smooth, well drained, nice shade. Sold once for $2,500. Now only $300. GOOD HOUSE, six rooms, nice gar? den, for $900?$50 cash and $10 a month. A NICE NEW 7-ROOM DWELLING, shaded lot. very convenient to school, &C., only $l,300?on easy terms. TWO NICE LOTS, near in, for $250. \ VERY DESIRABLE DWELLING, seven rooms, Lewis addition, for $l,O50. A stock of pure, fresh drugs anil some cash to trade lor a good dwelling In this city. We have farms for cash, farms to trade, big farms and little farms?farms for everybody. We make a specialty of FARMS. If you have one to sell, or one to buy, or one to trade, see us or write us at once. J. F. Wingfield, Terry KuihltiiK, ltoaiiokc. Ya. DEAD STUCK for BUGS KIIU lloarho?, 1' it'll*, Moth! niul UiMltiuu:*. Non pol.onmii; Won't ?tain. Largo bottlcn. tit drug Ul.ta ana Krucere, ?> cvuta. AVe still have a few houses to rent, notwithstanding the fact that we have rented many that were on our list last week. 9-room house, with conve? niences, Eighth avenue, $15.00. Nice 6-room hoiise on Taze well avenue s. e.; cheap. 9-room house on Henry street (near in), on Sept. 1st; all con? veniences; $17.00. Two large store-rooms on Salem avenue; good stands. One small store-room Salem avenue; $12.50. One store-room Market Square. Two 6-room dwellings Shen andoah avenue, near round? house?one, $9.25; the other $8.75. Also one 6-room house near? er in on same street, $7?75. Call To SCO Us. T. E B. Hartsook & Go. Hartsook Building - - Market Square For Kent and Sale. T. W. Goodwin, Ag't. Office: Room Nu. iO? Terry ISiillUlnK. August 15th, 1897. FO K H E N T. ? DWELL INGE. No. 1721 West-End Boulevard_? 25.00 No. 018 (first avenue n. w. /J.0U No. 922 Third avenue n. W. 8.00 No. Iu28 Seventh street s. e. 0.00 No. 1030 Seventh streets, e. 0.00 No. 21 t Fourth street n. e. 7.00 No. 145 Eighth avenue s. w. 15.00 No. 022 First avenue n. \v. 0.00 No. 529 Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00 No. 824 Patterson avenue. 10.00 No. 705 Fourth avenue n. w. 0.00 No. 481 Ninth avenue s. vv.. 10.00 No. '.120 B'irst avenue n. w. 7.00 No. 'S.V.) Ninth avenue m. w. 1.00 No. :J7n*V Salem avenue s. w. 10.00 No. 119 Twelfth street u. w. 8.50 No. 2002 Patterson avenue s. w... 8.00 No. 2008 Patterson avenue s. \v... 8.00 No. 2012 Patterson avenue s. \v.. . 8.00 No. 201(5 Patterson avenue s. w... S.OO STORES. No. 414 First street, s. w. No. 711 Third avenue s. w. 7 00 No. 304 Commonwealth ave. u.e. . 10.00 I also have in my charge properties in all sections of the city that, can he bought at great bargains, either for cash or on the instalment, plan. Call and examine my list. T. W. UOODWIX, Agent. Farming Lands. Beautiful 75 acre farm, with improve? ments, on Norfolk and Western railroad, to exchange for Roanoke city property. 75 acres five miles from Roanoke, good land, nice improvements; $2,000. Very cheap. 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, 550 acres; 125 acres in fine creek bottom; 50 acres good timber; balance in blue grass sod; line orchard of improved fruits of till kinds; an abundance of good spring water, with a large.creek running through the place: large dwelling with necessary out buildings and fencing, all in good condition, with the very best social, church and school advantages, three miles from a thriving town, 0 miles from railroad. Price ?20 per acre; terms easy. 300 acres, 20 miles from Roanoke, on railroad, 100 acres river bottom, 11)0 acres In timber, fine water, uood improvements. 5,000 nice locust posts can be cut now; the bottom land is worth $100 per acre. Farm muss be sohl and can bought for ?7,000 In next sixty days. i:J0 acres fine grain land, good improve? ments, 3 1-2 miles from Roanoke city, ?5,000. 11)0 acres land, plenty of timber, splen? did 8-room brick dwelling, ?3,750. 130 acres near Hollitis? a great bargain at ?1,500. 110 acres, with good improvements; first-class land; an abundance of fine tim? ber, at ?10 per acre. 150 acres, a comfortable dwelling, good barn, well fenced, good water and iruit. Price ?850. Roanoke City Bargains. 8 room house near centre of town, large lot, beautiful grounds, ?1,500; easy pay? ments. 7- rootn house, nice lot, in southwest, ?1,250. 5-room cottage, near centre of city, large lot with stable, ?1,000. Samll cash payemnt, balance ?10 per month. 5-room house In southwest, ?800, ?100 cash and ?8 per month. G-room house, corner lot, in southeast, ?750; easy payments. Several business houses, renting for 12 per cent, of prices asked. Some very fine Investments. Beautiful 10 room house, handsomely finished, nice location, ?2,500. 8- room house, corner lot, in southwest, ?1,800. 8 lots, First avenue" n. w., ?800; easy pa\ meats. 3 nice lots in Lewis nddition, all for ?1150. 2 lots in Belmont, both for ?70. 8-room house, corner lot, in northwest, ?1,250, ?12.50 cash and ?12.50 per month. Good 0-room house in northwest, ?700, ?50 cash and ?10 per month. 6-room brick house, large lot, nice shade, ?1,001) cash. Tbla is only a partial list of the farms and city property we have for sale, any of which we will he glad to show at any time. Fell description sent by mail at jrecjuest. Correspondence solicited. T. W. SPINDIM CO., No. 8 Campbell Avenue 8. TV.