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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

? The greatest offer ever ? ; made. : ?\J. < VOL. IX.-NO. 154. ROANOKE, VA., MONDAY M B AIIQAIN LIST. 3 houses and lots in Bolmont, 81,800 I each; 8300 cash, bnlanoo Sir. per month. 15 lots, scotion 10. Wost End, 81,500 each. 4 lots, seotion 34, West End, fronting on [Boulevard, 81,500 eaoh. Slots, seotion 37, West End, 8000 eaoh. 4 lots, section 115, West End, 8000 eaoh. Parties [wanting bargains in real estato, or pur I chaser for their property. Gall on WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchange Building. DIAMOND DAY 1 TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH OF DIAMONDS JUST RE? CEIVED AT CAMPE'S, THE JEFFER SON STREET JEWELER, TO BE SOLD FROM SEVEN TO FOUR HUN? DRED DOLLARS EACH. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF OF THOSE PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. H. N. CAMPE, 14 JEFFERSON ST. THE INCARNATION OF CHRIST The Theme of Bishop Hendrix's Sermon. /Dr. Waugh i.ends a Rich i.ovo Feast at the Greone Memorial Church The Vener? able Dr. Rosser Preaches on Heavenly Recognition?Six Deacon* and Elde...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

SALEM RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Methodist Ministers Fill Salem Pulpits., . The Roanokk Timjc Bureau, ) Hotel Lucehjrs, Salem, Va. 1 At the Presbytopian church, yester? day, Rev. David Bush preached from tho text found in tap 16th, 17th and 18th verses of tho first o&aptor of John: "And of his fullnfl ss have all wo re? ceived, and grace tSe grace. "For tho law wa/given by Moses, but grace nndtaytby^'no by Jesus Christ. 'No^fiian hat'^s^an God at any time; fnly begotten sb\ which is in the of the father, \o hath declared ['he subjeot of the sneaker was the "fullness of Christ, and the went on to speak of the fullness of\ His love and His grace. \ "All that we have; every/ blessing we enjoy," tho speaker said, "homes from Christ in whom is all fullness." Mr. Bush brought out the fnot that no man, either in this world or in eternity, can ever see the face of God, but can only see God as ho is revoaled through Christ. the methodist ciiubcii. Bev. Dr. Gardner occupied tho pulpit of tho Met...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

been syn r-B put ?f the } day are best iree Ford Irnaoes them kd the pd by it in [ Com fista, B. Inter, rw. j. f, Jr., lder |unter\ land bnan luena O. .omas fi, this m as This tar in ope ?rs by 10 pur ^ip and make , The acres, irer. tailroad fomploy le water ro much jn escap? ee Indo (ftho pen of Ids fair to ro oxpori ad prize of ontitlod i/as written Ittsylvania, |cs, of Coles' forfolk and Iffo and Erio eking Valley train now uago and At lat Columbus, ley at 7 p. m., 'io River, over at 10 a. m. Ivor tho Allo and on over and Chicago, btol to Charles [or two passon Heston, S. C, le* to tho Ohio j q\ and Chicago. rtho lPichmond and hi shorV'yox^nd Its irostwardl from Stras 3lds of Wf>st Virginia, listant. fas been pla$>ed with the lite Company!*01" a hand lit to bo erec!ted to tho the lato "H<We8* Jobn" rglnia's war Govf rnor? wh? rried at Lexington. Ib wlll b? a Eributo to his memory by tils' widow and children. 1 A contract has boon sigf10^ *or tno establishment of an elect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VBBT MOBNINQ, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING 00., Publlsner* and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, fblrd avonuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. '-j Ths Timks will be doUvoreU in Roanoke, Sa? lem, and Vintou every momjog by carriers for CO cents por month. TERMS, BY MAllV (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month , \ . . . $ JSO " throe months C . . . .160 " six months . 1 . . . . 8.00 " ono year . .1 ... ?!oo All papers sent out of)tho olty must be paid for Invariably in advf E WBEKIV TIMES. ..aaijY Tim es, containing the nows of '"Sn^Sfk in a more condensed form, ono year, "advance. _ Advertising rates maao kn4wn on applica? tion. Items of nows, commumcatlonVeto.,should be addressed to the Editor of ThkII'imfs Remittances, by express, moncyrordcr. reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and mado payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at the Postofflco at Ronnoko as sees ond-ehi?s matter. ROANO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

STORIES borers in vplvors or a Authorities? , He Says, By (tuend Them ,Vltb Trades, rd Labor. ies of moro a floating oruol treat laborers on the Norfolk all centered of Bernard ioo of the ublished in hontas, and st along tho 8 to the camp ing. Ho re tion, and is here he was 8 reporter, d Mr. Herz, "I revolvers and a uthoritios.' I olvor at l'ooa do so. Tho went in West e people rough atemonts con red to are true. Hungarian Jew ced some forty is, Poles and Uus ounty, West Vir for tiio Purcells, actors, and got S'-i These men wero nics?harnossmak pentors, and so on. er. Nearly all had ere used to rough oh they signed flf boing put on tho s a cut-tbrout instru ngarianand English, ly for wages and Sil JC\io men were do ution agent, Myer, jy Kosenthal, who cntations as to tho wero to work (say opica> country), tho ses in which they 'hat they wero to told that blankets would bo furnished cached Pocahontas 20 a heavy snow had were compelled to stance through this n by Rosentbal and 's e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

SCENES IN THE CONFERENCE. Sketches and Pen Pictures of Members. Interesting Sight* la the Conference Boom When Business Is In Progress. Good Old Methodist Singing?Facts About the Lives of leaders in the Conference. A Methodist Conference, with its sleeves rolled up, as it were ; a Metho? dist Conference hard at work is an inter? esting sight to behold, and like overy parliamentary body of a?*y sizo, it always has tho galleries frail. A buzz of business is /over vibrating through the large auditorium of tho spacious church in which) tho sessions of the Baltimore Conference aro being hold except when some speaker of un? usual magnetism has tho floor. Up to? wards the fronlraros&hor^aro continually hurrying to^ftnd fro; hiro is a group engaged mbsanimated debate conducted la audibUb whispers; there is an oppo -sdjjgfn^brothor smiling sarcastically at SPstatjements of some member who is Hpakiqg; now and then two'brethren MTcomo worked up ana are on tho verge mm a word duol, when the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

SEEN IT? i on the skip or vroU, ?ve a copy. Jck, . your health, .twill be malt fBCTflO CCv, At i,as rA. OA JAPANESE CURE Id Care for Files of ?whatever a?External, Internal, Blind I, Itohing, Chronic, Beoont or $1.00 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Iii, prepaid, on receipt of prioo. (tee to euro any ease of Files. , and sold only by & Johnson, solo agents, Itoa jan25-ly 'HING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. ?ho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicino is be? cause It has nevor failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy I to tho simplest diseaso known to tho human ' system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? J Exterminates tho nicrobes and drives them out of tho syscom, and whon that is done you cannot havo an ache or pain. No matter what the disoaso, whether a simple case of malaria fover or a combi? nation of diseases, wo euro them all at tho same time, as wo treat all diseases constitutionall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 16 March 1891

We Can't Sell Heal Estate Very well when it 1? covered up with enow and the streets are impassable, t>ut things will ohango soon, and by that time we want to have every good piece of property in town on our books. CUve us a list of yours. \ D. S.MEADOWS & CO., 40 SALEM AVE. lere is a tin lor ail tils' ind now is the time to buy re^i estate ? you wish to realize some of Che hand ?me profits that will be madefhere this (Rummer. i We give you below some motte special bargains. 1 Two lots on Campbell street between ommerce and Roanoke streeJs; price },000 each. Jf 1House and lot, Caraa^tf^Tg^ot., next Greene Memoriay^urcn; prici ?9,200. House and lotjj^grner of Parkstreet d Second &v?M&$i), 12 rooms and fcbath aras; price|JflgffiOO. A big bargain. "aautifu^U^on Gilmer street, tfxt 50x145; price 81,0-0. Jeap. lots on Jefferson street an'u lue. 36 lots in all parts of the city; property in all sections cheap iy terms. /section 10, Molrose Addition, frice 8500. fail to soe u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

The greatest offer evar made. VOL. IX.-NO. 155. JJOW IS THIS ? Four lots on North Boulevard, in West End, within ono square of Mr. L. L. Powell's residence, for 81,000 each. This is at least 9750 cheaper than any ? lot east of them in the West End Ad? dition. If you want a bargain, grasp this opportunity. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchange Building. DIAMOND DAY! TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS' "WORTH OF DIAMONDS JUST RE? CEIVED AT CAMPE'S, TnE JEFFER SON STREET JEWELER, TO BE SOLD FROM SEVEN TO FOUR HUN? DRED DOLLARS EACH. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF OF THOSE PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. H. N. CAMPE, 14 JEFFERSON ST. JflOR SALE. A desirable COTTAGE, with all the modorn improvements, situated on Jef? ferson sts^et, now being erected. For $rioo and terms call at the Ofllco of tho ROANOKE BUILDING COMPANY, 112 Jefferson Street, marl 1-1 w H. O. COLE, Secretary, OLD EXCHANGES FOR SALE AT THE TIMES offloe at 20 cents per hundred. rjTUIE GREATEST OFFER EVER MADE ! THE WEEKLY TIMES FOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

COUNTY DEMOCRATS Wold a'Convention and Nomi- | nate Candidates. / The ROa-nokb Ttmks 'R-jrisa.u, } HoTEt, J^tCEBJSKv&A'tE!it, VA. V Tb? Roanoke co.tanty- Damooratic nominating e<raimittoG met itf the court? house yesterday at 1 p. m. and was called to outer by Maj. W. W. Ballard. Frank Wobber nominated W. TV*. Berkley,?dE Roanoke, for chairman, and W. H, King nominated Ifrnnk A. Love? lock, of th? Time-Register, tor secro *ary. 3k>th were elected. Col. A. M. Bowmun, 'of Salem; Dr. * 'White, of Ciive Spring; ;,A- D. Gunn, of "Vinton. and] R. A. Greek, of Catawba, were appointed as tho committee on ?credentials. N Tho/*convention then adjourned to the Town jllall on . account of lack of roonyin th0 courthouse. Tjho committoo on . credentials re? ported, announcing the following delo gates to tho convention: "From Salem Dlstrlo't: C, L. Hatcher, I. H. Lojan, D. B. Strouso, B. \V. Logan, J/ L. Barnettj-W--T. Oakoy, Win. MoClanm}han, W. M. Montgomery, Dr. T. H. B. Dillard, J..1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

PULASKI. The Gem of the Mountains Growing to a City. Pulaski, Va., March, 16.?[?peolftl]? Pulaski was first called the "Uom of the Mountains" by your oorrospondont and sino>-> then Editor Christian, of the News, has rivetted the appellation to the place and used it to attract men and money to aid in building a olty. Pulaski is a gom in many respects. As a place of business or residence there is much in its favor and nothing against It. Its people aro wide-awake, liboral and progressive and while industries have como slowly those secured aro valuable and of a character to attract ?others. Pulaski is, as you readers know, th o northorn terminus of tho North Carolina (Cripple Creek) division of the Norfolk ;and Western railroad and is, therefore, tho key to tho great Cripplo Creek iron ?oro and zinc beds. The iron ores from this section aro indispensable to the profitable manufacture of pig in this section of Virginia, and are conse? quently in great demand. This fact gives Pulas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

THE ROAMOKE TIMES EVERY MORN" fKQ. EXCEPT MONDAY, RO A NOK _> TIMES PUBLISHING CO* y.'ubllsnora and Proprlotors. TIMES 13UILD1NG, **lp i dvcnuo and First street,southwest. TELEPHONE N UM UGH 131. Th? Tixxs will bo delivered in Roanoke, 8a l*m, and Vlnton every morning by carriers for 60 oonts per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Pro paid.) Daily, one month ,.$ .60 " three months ..... 1JS0 *' six months . .... 3.00 " one year.6.00 All papers sent out of the city must bo paid for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. THE Wkukly Times, containing tho news of the week in a more condonsod form, one year, SLOO in advance. ______ Advertising rates maao known on applica? tion. / Items of news, communications, ot<j_ should he addressed to the Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered lotter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to *EHE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. , M. x Roanoke, Virginia. 'John _ Sayer8, d at the Postofflco at Roano...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

THE COLORED FREEHOLDERS Enthusiastic for the Bond Or? dinances. Large Meeting Last Might Pasaed Resolu? tions Indorsing all the Ordinances? They Even Refuso to Hear Argument Againat the Bonds-They Will Vote as They Talked. A called mooting of tho colored free? holders was held last night at Davis' Hall, on .Galnsboro' avenuo. About Boventy-five wore present. Row R. R. Jones was mado chairman and Nathan Johnson secretary. William llodd was tho first spoakor. lie expoundod tho bond ordinanoo ques? tion with much energy. Bill was in good trim and carried tho house by Btprm. ? Cornelius Lane also favored tho ordi? nances and advised all present to work for thorn to-day. Rov. S. M. Fiery was prcsont by Invi? tation. Ho took tho floor in direct op? position to tho previous speakers. Ho said the city already had a bonded debt of ?400,000. To voto this additional amount it would swell tho city's indebt? edness to ?850,000. Redd took exceptions to Mr. Firoy's statements, and going forward to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

PERSONAL SKETCHES Of Prominent Members of the Conference. BET. J. w. QRUDB. Bev. J. W. Grubb, pastor of Calvary Church, Baltimore, is a native of Lou doun county, Va. He was educated at Hill sboro Academy and Washington and I<ee University. After leaving college ho taught for ton years, and then re? signed the prlnolpalship of tho Water ford Academy, Loudoun county, Va., in 1879 to enter tho ministry. Mr. Grubb lias served Queen Anne's and Trappe oireuits, and has been appointed twico to charges in Baltimore city. PRESIDING ELDER HABPEB. The Rev. W. H. D. Harper, presiding older of East Baltimore district, is a na? tive of Queen Anne's county. Early In life, when only 12 years old, ho became a member of tho Methodist Church, and when about 19 years old was licensed to exhort, having been a Sunday-school teacher and a class leader for some time. He was licensed to preach when 20, and was made junior preacher in this home county, Talbot. While doing 'this work ho continued to exerc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARB THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OP 6. 8. 8. IT NEVER PAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD . j OR THE C?RE8 OF ffl { THE HOUSEHOLD. ; ; ^ OVERTEN THOUSAND OP THE BE8T WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for our book on "blood disoanea. Mailed free. Swixt fipBcmo Co., Atlanta, Ga. JAPANESE & guaranteed Curo for PileB of whatever kind or degroo?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itohing, Chronio, Recent or Hereditary. $1.00 a box; G boxes. $5.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on roooipt of price. We guarantee to cure any case of Files. Guaranteed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agents, Roa noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicine is bo causo it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease known to tho human system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

We Can't Sell Real Estate Very well whon it is covorod up with Know and tho streets aro impassablo, bat things will change soon, and by that time wo want to havo every good piece of property in town on our hooks. Give us a list of yours. I>. S.MEADOWS & CO., 40 SALEM AVE. SBYaliBlrttSs; And now is tho time to buy real estate if you wish to roalizo some of the ;.and sonio profits that will bo made bore this summer. We give you below some more special bargains. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerco and Roanoko streets; price 88,000 each. House and lot, Campboll street, next 4o Greene Memorial Church; price 80,200. I louse and lot, corner of Park street and Second avenue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price 85,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Gilmor street, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; prico 81,050. Mice and cheap. Business lots on JefTorson street and Salem avenue. Residence lots in all parts of tho city; suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. Lot 36,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

? Tho greatest offer ever * : made. ? VOL. IX.-NO. 155. H OW IS THIS ? Four lots on North Boulevard, in West End, within one square of Mr. L. L. Powell's residence, for $1,000 eaoh. This is at least $750 cheaper than any lot east of them in the West End Ad? dition. If you want a bargain, grasp this opportunity. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exohango Building. DIAMOND DAY! TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS* WORTH OF DIAMONDS JUST RE? CEIVED AT CAMPE'S, THE JEFFER SON STREET JEWELER, TO BE SOLD FROM SEVEN TO FOUR HUN? DRED DOLLARS EACH. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF OF THOSE PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. H. N. CAMPE, 14 JEFFERSON ST. JpOR SALE. cat, ho hacI(TOlo COTTAGE, with all the It hud b^provemontSi situated on Jef alth ?r h^eet> 110w De*n,= crccted. ioiis In th r*co am* terms call at tho Office dent^-W tlmvVofNOKE BUILDING COMPANY, I longed roam/ I13 JEFFERSON Stiiekt, ?altbParll'lw 1L ?" C0LE' Secretary,. !b?f\LD EXCHANGES FOR SALE AT f<J THE TIMES olHco at 20 cents per hundred...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

avas?T mop j^nro, ?xoitPT monday. HOAF (OKB TIM BS PUBLISHING CO., Pabllsners and Proprietor*. TIMES BUILDING, 'V jftsira avenue and First Street, oouthwcst. TELEPHONE NUMBER Tkk Timm tM bo dolivorod ta Roanoke. 8a tem, and Vinton every morning t?y carriers for K> cents ponnonth. ' TBRMS. BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, ono month , . . ./' . . % .60 " "three months "> m^ "*n*a . . 1.60 ?* six months .... 3.00 M ono year / ? . . . . . 6.00 All papers sent out of the city must be paid for tavariabLvriri advance. ' THE WEEKLY TIMES. frSfino M5 Wkkk7'y Times, containing tho news of ' jfeek In a more condensed form, ono year, ouso anqtradvance. _ . Second ns; pritdvertislng rates maao known on applica Bautifr3- _ _Items of news, communications, etc-, should fo addressed to tho Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, rcg r jtered letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and mado payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLIBH1NG CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

? WOI?NG W?LF. jit Dooa the Onurrtlng for a Farm er/a Family. Tlio Strange Manner la Which the Ani? mal TVaa Reared and Tan?tit to Perform Hl* labor* on the Farm. Any one- who may visit Richard Cun? ningham's farm, which lies pretty well I tip In the Blue mountains in tho north? eastern part of this county, says a Pitts? burgh paper, will see a sight the like of iwbioh was probably never seen any. where in this country before. ? It is an immense black wolf?ono of tho last of its raco in thi? State?with .eyes that glaro fiercely at all who come ^pear him, with, the exception of I Farmer Cunnthgham himself, and ac? companying his glare with savage \ growls, and yet meekly treading the .monotonous round of a churning ma ' chine, like some household dog or old owe sheep. This performance of a imenlal service by tho wolf, singular as jit is, is by no means the strangest thing about him. Ho has a history. Last spring, a year ago, Farmer Cun jnlngham discovered that something !wos carrying...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 17 March 1891

We Can't Sell Heal Estate Very well whon it is covored up with enow and tho streets are impassable, but things will change soon, and by that timo wo want to have every good picco of property in town on o?r books. Give us a list of yours. D. S.MEADOWS &CO., 40 SALEM AVE. n?is?!or.ni), And now is the time to buy real estate If you wish to realize some]of tho hand? some profits that will bo made hero this Bummer. j We givo you below some more spocial bargains. ;'" Two lots onj Campbell street betweon Commerce and Roanoko streets; prico ?8,000 each-. Houso.^nd lot, Campboll street, noxt toGrcoijto Memorial Church; prico 89,200. buso and lot, cornor of Park street Second avenue, 12 rooms and 2 .bath is; prico 85,000.' A big bargain, lautiful lot on Gilmer street, noxt Mr. Davis', 50x145; prico 81,050. Nice and cheap. Business lots on Jefferson street and Salem avenue. j Residence lots in all parts of the city; I suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. Lot 30, secti...

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