At first they said nothing but 'lots--lots--up town--down town--twenty-five feet front--dollar
House-hunting in the other end of town ceased, and on Pine Street, between Fifth and Fourth, and in immediate proximity to the great Southern Pacific railroad yards, Billy and Saxon rented a neat cottage of four small rooms for ten dollars
They must have a better place of some sort soon--Jurgis said it with all the assurance of a man who had just made a dollar
and fifty-seven cents in a single day.
James Grant was a journeymen carpenter who did not always pay his bills and who owed Maria three dollars
You can buy enough velvet in Genoa for twenty-five dollars
to make a five hundred dollar
cloak in New York--so the ladies tell me.
In Boston, the first pay-station ran three months before it earned a dollar
On the morning of that day we did not have a dollar
A placard near by announced that they had been reduced in price from two dollars
and fifty cents to one dollar
and ninety-eight cents; and a young girl who stood behind the counter asked her if she wished to examine their line of silk hosiery.
A few minutes before closing time, he threw every share of which he was possessed upon the market, and the next morning Royal Hardwells stood at one dollar
You go around looking for to dig out ten million dollars
with a second-hand spade you call buy for sixty-eight cents.
When I entered the university, I borrowed forty dollars
from him, without interest, without security, without buying a drink.
In his possession was some two hundred dollars
in gold-dust, which Daylight immediately borrowed.