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Tie Plattsmoatb Herald FDMisliDi Co.
rr City n.HtiHi.l Pitrrtory. Ki!wy Tliu
netory, liutiiu1 l rN sc., llitiU iae.
JEFF. I. STONE, - Cltj Editor.
A. Salisbury, IicnlUI.
Today we celebrate.
St. Patrick' I.iy in thw evening.
The barometer today is bibber.
I'latt&mouth is alive all over on tbis
llth day of March.
M. ratrkk' day "is a bigrr man
that the 4h of July.
Itrpuhir ihiin b her vires in the dif
ferent churches in thin city tod i.
I'lattiujouth mmd, hav the diagon
al rowd: fte need it in our bubincs.
The city editor is absent to-day. set
tling up some business affairs at his
former home, Sutton.
A new brick house on Winteritein
Hill Is among the new improvements
to le commenced at once.
The Kpiscopal church society is con
sidering the 5Hibility of a grand en
tertainment to be given after Kiister.
An immcjiso crowd congregated at
the depot, this morning, spectators
witnessing the r.i rival and p:irade of
Mr. J. II. Kisor reports seeing a large
rsrter snake out t biur mil creek yes
terday and ric the picst:on if it in'4
the first one seen thin ii'SSHIl.
R. W. IVelborn h.-mls us a opy if
his bom paper in Kansas, which is
enthusiastic over the prospects and ad
vantages of southean Kansas.
Would it not bo a good plan fT Hi )
Hoard of Trade to take the question
of the "Diagonal" road into consider
ation, and act at once in the matter?
The Cass County Agricultural So
city is holding an adjourned session
this afternoon. The IIekald will
publish full proceedings in its next
Oh no, trade is not looming up in
riattsmouth any or hardly any. We
count wenty seven farm teams on Vine
street in the immediate vicinity of the
Hehald takiutr their nooning.
As will be noticed elsewhere,
representative of the diagonal road
ba visited Council Bluffs, aud that
city is wide awake and taking imme
diate kteps to secure the road. The
representative of the road stated to
the citizens of the Bluffs that he had
at present no proposition to make to
them. Thi shows conclush el that
the western terminus of that road has
not been agreed upon, and that a
grand opportunity is still open t r
A w Railroad Line For Council
Kront tilt- Oiuaiia Hpb.
Early tbis morning it was noised
about town that a Mr, Wools t an, re
presenting the "Diagonal" railroad
had arrived and was anxious to see
the leading citizens of Council Bluffs
At 3 p. m. the spacious offices of
Odell & Day were filled with the most
prominent men of this city.
Mr. Wools ton gave an outline of the
work already accomplished by the
company he represented, showing that
material, men and money were on
hand and that dirt was flying ener
getically, the route from Marshalitown
to Des Moines being partly graded.
The road had secured liberal bond.
land and cash bonuses at different
points along the line, but he haJ no
propositions to make at this time to
the citizens of Council Bluffs. He
wanted to make their acquaintance,
and announced that his company ex
pected to build into Council Bluffs
this reason. He also stated that
another railroad known as the
Merrill" railroad," was unxioiH to
come to this city, but thought that the
road he represented could beat its rival
largely. He- w;is oi the opiniou that
whsa oiioof thest ro.;l 9 built to this
city the other would not co:u?.
Mr. Woolston then retired, and an
extended discussion followed, which
was participated in by lion. John
Chapman, Hon. W. F. Sapp, E. L.
Shugart, YV. W. James. J. J. Brown
It was evidently the sense of the
meeting that the "Diagonal" would be
a very valuable acquisition, and if
lame arrangements could be made that
would prevent pooling, it would in
deed be a CJodsend, but pool or no pool
the "Diagonal" was wanted for a long
list of very Important reasons.
Oq . motion, a committer of five was
appointed by the chair as citizens'
railroad committee for Council Bluffs.
The following gentlemen were placed
on the committee; Judge James, J.
J, Brown, Rev. B. I. McMenomy, Col.
Sapp and John W. Chapman.
Died. Tbis afternoon, at 3 o'clock,
of inflamation of the brain. Ethlyn.
daughter of E. YV. Kennedy, aged two
years 'and fire mouths." Tut, time of
the funeral has not as yet "been stated, j
8T. PATRICK'S DAT.
Its Celvbration In This
City, a Gala
Kaily this morning all preparations
seemed completed lor the grand cele
bration of St. Patrick's day, that had
been looked forward to with ho much
expectancy by the Irih-Amcncau
ciliens of I'lattr-moulh. Merchant!)
opci.eJ their tttorei, and breathing
the inspiration of the day, proceeded
at once to decorate their building,
mid before nine o'clock, Main urcct
presented a Fourth of July appear
ance, nearly every bii-iineos hoiue in
the city having flag and bunting tiy
ing to. the breeze. No better day
eoitht have been made to order for a
grand celebration, and thoe directly
interested were more than pleied at
the auspicious day. At :: a. in.,
the H. t M baud, of which all l'latt
iiiout i proud, made its appearance
on the streets, the member hiuing
iu their uniforms aud llicir instru
ment glistening In the sunlight. Cp
on the hill iu the Fourth ward, Har
vey Sage, Charley HlacK Mini Charley
skinner blood behind the old cannon
ready to lalutc the guests of the day
upoii Iheir arrival, while the members
of the A. ). II. iu iheir new regalia,
marched dowu stteet to the depot.
Aloug the liue of march, the Hags
waved and ever and anon a bit of
green would bo seeu Hying from some
store room of some who were pos
tered of more thau paiug in teres;
iu the day. At the depot tlie A. O.
II. societv was joined bv n bodv of
meu, members ol tho (i. A. II. I'of,
tit i s ity, who with their guns, with
iixeu bayonets added to the parade.
Upon the arrival of the train from
Omaha, the H. & 31. baud opened
the ball wilh mu-ic, while fully one
hundred Irishmen iu fu'l regalia,
stepped from the train aud formed in
line. The fine band composed of the
members of the A. O. II. of Omaha,
responded with music, and the B
M. baud then played the "Irish Wash
erwoman" while the line of inarch
was taken up in the following or
Omaha delegation Ancient Or
Hibernians. B. & M. band Plattsmouth.
McConihie Put G. A. It.
5th. Plattsmouth delegation
cieut Order of Hibernians.
Kih. Citizens on foot aud in
The line of march as laid out, and
heretofore published, was taken up,
the procession at the end of the parade
filing into Fitzgerald's hall, which was
soon filled with the visitors, home
members ef the order and citizens.
M. J. OTleilly presiJed during the
exercises in the hall, which opened
with music by thu bands. The presi
dent then introduced Mr. Ilaitig u:,
who in a warm speech, welcomed the
guests to the city, and who spoke of
the day, the occasion aud the old na
tive Isle which they all so much
revered. Following this speech,
which was very warmly applauded.
IJev. Father English sp.ike most elo
quently giving a history ol" the patron
saint of .the Irish of the day they were
celebrating, of th wrong and siinVrings
of the Irish people aud closing with one
of the grandest preoratioas it has been
our pleasure to listen to in many days
It is tel-Ium one listens to a more cio
qucnt speech than that delivered by Fa
ther English and one breathing more
patriotism and love of home and country
thaithls oration. It was the event of the
day. - Following this a vote of thanks
was given the speakers aud the members
of the G. A. R. for their attendance aftir
whieh all partook of the refreshments in
the hall which the ladies had supplied in
bounteous quantities. The haU was
beautifully decorated with llags,bauuer3,
and pictures and the green was conspic
uously displayed. This afternoon has
been passed in a general review of the
city, many carriages having been ob
tained for the accomodation of the
guests, who took their departure at 4:20
highly gratified with their visit and cele
bratioii in this city.
To P. B. Murphv, John Blake. M. J.
O'Rielly, James Grace, M O'Rourke, J,
J. McY'ey, YVm. Neville, P. McChiiu and
ninny others is the success of the ch.y
a ud the occasion due. .
Where Our Editor Came From.
The C'llovvinu notice fiona the Sig
aumey, Iowa, Review has t scaped the
notice of the editor ami the local gives
We are in receipt of the Platts
mouth, Nebraska, IIekald, of which
Hon. Sam M. Chapman, of that city,
has recently become the managing ed
itor, Sam is cue of the od friends of
our iojhood aud wc have known him
ever since nec was a pup. ins pa
rents and ours were among the pioneer
settlers of Des Moines county. We
were members of the same ' Sunday
school class when we were good little
boys, over thirty-five yean ayo, and
we have together beguiled the tedium
of many a lengthly orthodox sermon
by Aaron Leonard in the old log
Spring Creek meeting-house, fighting
flies off our sore toes, aud taking an in
ventory of the marbles, tishooks, bro
ken gimlet handles, &c., in our respec
tive and receptive pockets. YVe have
hunted squirrels, lis bed for mud pouts
and skirmished together for apples
and water melons. It is now with
sincere pleasure we place the Herald
on our exchange list, as a means of re
newing the acquaintance, and rekind-
ing the friendship that we enjoyed so
thoroughly in the never to be forgot
ten days of our youtb.
(Jeo. b. Smith went to Lincoln to
day on legal business.
Hon. James II:dl, of Eight Mile
(rove, is in the city
Mrs;, Pete Taylor
and i-ler look
the morning train for Lincoln.
Mrs. Fred Latham wa- a passenger
to Lincoln on this morning's train.
Dr. Living-ton and C. S. Daweon,
wen: passengers for Omaha lhi
J B. Strode came down from Lin
coln this a. in., to pass Sabbath with
C Sehliiut., o
down on So. 4 to tmusr.ct
in P!ultiiioiith today.
H L. Iv Lincoln, e p d:g gut; at
Plea.-aut Hill, came in to p:i-s Sunday
at home in Platts-moiitl .
Win. Staiih-y, from tin- south-west
criier of ':t, called al the IIek Vl.l
office and renewed at'qiiu'.u'aiicc.
JJ. A. MacMurphy is home from
work in Ouviha; Fred Xve having
turned from bis Washington trip.
Shi ri!f Hers was in
Ouwili i last
night iii search of the Weupin
safe ci ackers. No due as et
Mrs. E. F. Crimes, of Pacific .1 unc
tion, came over today, and will re
main over Siu.day visiting friends.
Frank Davis. foiincil with Fred
Herrmann this city, started this inorn
ind for a week's visit at. Denver, Col
R. W. Welboru. who moved last
winter to Greenwood county, Kan
sas, is iu -own on a visit to Lis old
A. C Aldrieb, one of the popular
B. & M. men, is breaking again on
the main line passenger between' Ihis
city aud Red Cloud.
Mrs. Livingston. Mi.s Fuliuer, ami
Mi-s Annie Livingston went to (ilen
wood, Iowa, today, where they will
remain over Sunday.
Rev. Fnt her English accompanied
il.e Omaha delegation to this city to
day, :ind the I1i:hai.i was glad to
make the acquaintance of the rever
A. II. Keller, the down town drug
gist came down from Omaha today,
and will remain over Sunday. Mr.
Keller has been, the last two years, a
student in the Omaha medical college,
and after graduating will enter prac
tice in this city.
The frost is now about out of the
ground and now is the time our city au
thorities should take steps to put iu per
manent gutters on Main street and
wideu the sidewalks if that is to be
done. It is due the owners of property
on M::in street that their property be
protected from surface water drainage
It is aNo due to the city that our author
ities adopt wie precautions to protect
private property ami tv-i avoid claims
and suits t r damages by tlie ow ners of
this property against the city. The cit
izen w ho invest his means upon Main i
street iu valuable improvement", and
pays his proportion of the expenses of
maintaining our city government, is en
titled to protccPou, and the city authori
ties are bound to exercise due diligence
iu the care and management of its
streets and water courses to the end that
the private -citizen may not suiler by
reason of the want of due diligence or
ordinary care on The part ef those iu
chargj of tur municipal .-: flairs.
Can! r Thanks.
In behalf of McCoAihio Post G. A. R.
the undersigned desires to return thanks
to the good people of Plattsmouth and
v"einity for their liberal donations of
commissary stores and also for tiieir. en
couraging presence at our e.a'nip tire ou
eveningof the 15th iust., mid especially
to the hsdics for their geuerous and un
tiring effoits ;n o..r behalf.
If. C. McMakix,
Chairman Co:n. on Arrangements.-
As fnruishc 1 officially to the War
Tlm'river at noon today, stood 6 ft.
il in. above low water mark, arise of
5 inches since noon yesterday.
T'lie Troy Cit j baumlrj-i'
Ilas removed to the Mivkcnhtript bull 1
ag near the blacksmitli .-ini aiit i- pro
t ared to do tiryt-class work. lG-dlm
at ia iihiiaiiV
Having been a heavy loser by the
late fire. I more than ever n!ed t he
money due me on accounts. All par
ties knowing themselves to be indebt
ed to me, are requested to call and set
tle, as I must have the money. I have
accommodated you, aud one good turn
deserves another. It out. Sukkwoou,
In Kockwqfi '.block next door to F.
('ArruMi (I, Of
Wuteriiiau Uperu House.
Reduced rates will be made to soci
eties, churches and home dramatic en
tertainments, wishing to rent the Wa
terman opera house. For terras and
full particulars apply to
J. 1. Young,
lldtti Business Manager.
A (iooil Chance
To rent, to tbe right parties. j com
plete restaurant; location central and
business already established. Restau
rant can also be used for ice cream
room. An exctllant business chance
for a roan and wife apply at.
'dtf fctadleman s Bakery
A new frame house with stone base
ment, containing 5 rooms: convenient
to the It. R. Shops. For price 'and
terms, apply to Albert Calkins, or
Wheeler & Bej.oeit. - 47tf
Church Services Tomorrow.
Regular services . in church, Sixth
stieet south of Main tomorrow morn
ing and e veiling.., 'iuaday school atj2:0
p. m. Washington Smith, supt'; W. II.
Newell, assistant supt.
Regular sei vices in St. Luke's church
coi ner of riue and d street tomorrow
morning and evening; morning ser
vice, 11 a. in.: evening service, 7:yo p.
iu. 3 1' rv ices e:u li - Wednesday and
Friday evening Ihiough lent. Rev. II.
B Burgess rector. .
Regular services tomorrow morning
and evening by their pastor Rev. J. T.
B.tiid. Morning ei vices at 11 a. m.;
evening service 7::;-) p. in.; Sunday
school at !:30 a. in. J. N. Wise, su
Services in church on Oak street at
!S a. m. and 10:30 a. in. Sunday school
and benediction at ' p. in. Lenten
services on Wednesday and Friday
evenings at 7:.:0 p. iu. Rev. Father
The evangelistic cervices, conducted
i by Messrs. Rt id and Smith, in the
Baptist church, high school hill, will
be continued next week Lord's day
at : and 7 p. m ; woek evenings at 7 ::'.0;
thMe will also be bible readings every
afternoon al 3. All are coidially in
vited. Lb.t of Letters.
List of letters remaining unclaimed
iu the post office at PLittsmouth, Cass
County, Neb., March Hi. bS3.
Anderson N P
Dull W E
(loud man C E
Anderson S II
Brown Frank P
Bennett Polly V
Campbell R L
K!!int;liii .lone jiliiua 2
1 1 race J M
(Jillson Miss Liliie Howard Etta
Hogeboom E P
Huntly P F
Kaperhafur D F
Lalta YV E
Lee Lucy A
McCord B A
Hauls W L
Kaesor W 1
'1 Moore G L
Noires J II
O'Breen Mrs Susan
Snjder J A
Maurer John '
Ness C M
O'Donnell J C
Perry Mrs M
Stem E J
Walker C W
Wattles II L
for the above will
please say "Advertised."
J. YV. Marshall. P. M.
The only first class barber .shop and
bath rooms iu the city at Joe Fords,
under -Citrruth block. d&wtf
Clutter & Marshall, dentists, Fitz
gerald's block. leb2dtt
All tobacco used iu my factory is un
adulterated and parties buying my cigars
will always secure strictly lirst-c'ass
i;oods. My specialjbrands are nil known
for quality aud as reiiuolo cigars,
dWtf JUUC.S pKri'KKliEKO.
crack er at Teekbaeh's.
A Square .ileal
Can be had at the City Hotel for only
'2 cents aud lodm nt Same reasonable
rates. Farmers and Commercial Men
will please bear this in miiid. d&wtf
Uremner's crackers at Baker's, t&s 4w
To the owners of Odd Fellows
shares in the Masonic and Odd Fel
lows block: You Mie hcrebv noti-
fled la.bring in your
shares to the
aud receive the cash
for the same. S. H. Richmond,
dJkw2w ' Ch'n Board Trustees.
Bremner's crackers at llanseu's. i&s4w
Joseph Ford has received a portion
of hb new roller skates, an I his rink
is now open in the basement ni Fitz-J
gerald's block. ,; dlStf
U-emm,rs craek. rs i;t li l nett &
lee ! lee ! Ice !
Npw is the time to contract for 3'our
summer's supply of ice. Bedrock prices
prompt delivery and superior quality of
ice. "tiivt come first "servcul by the now ice
man. il2ta2 Jon Faiukiki.u.
The Ilolbrook house coiner of 3:h
and Locust atreet. House is large com
modious and excelent co sdithm. apply
to l:Mtf Tlios. PoM-ook.
Uremucr's crackers at Murphy's. I&s4w
Home-made and Warranted
MEALS AND LUNCH
' ; at tttl hours.
Dystera u!jlit or day at the
IE5 iEEE CB IsT I X ,
Xext to Weckbach's store.
" JAMES ANTIL, Proprietor.
Po rcditoi' our lart ftoek of
will, until April 1st, mH the
'To the Front," "Jttn-l,""Swert Mash"
"Lookouts" "Jumbo" ami
Navy Smoking Tobacco in '.',..
acka;vs, ( jar lb.
Durham Smoking Tobacco, in
If, I :ml S (i.. packages, to o'tic
Other hnirnls at greatly reduced
A larv invoiet' of
J 1 1 .-1 nccived. Collie :itnl see it.
Wrv rt--jrctfullv yours,
WILL .1. WAKKK'K.
The through line for Denver
and the Mountains, ami till points
.1 Western Nehra.
Eastern Connections, tit
for all points
East, ITorth and South
CENTRA L CITY,
and all intermediate points.
l S. EU8TIS
G. W. IIOI.DliKOK, (leu. Pas. Ay"t,
Gen'l Supt. Omaha. Omaha
Secure Yourself a
Forty Acres laid oT iu City Lots,
in Palmer's Addition,
B. & il. RAILROAD SHOPS,
Just outside the City limits, and nst sub
ject to city Taxes.
FINE RESIDENT- LOTS
where a shop maD, or any other man, can
eat his dinner under his own roof and
not cold grub from a dinner pail
"in the dusty,. smoky shops.
Only three to ten minutes' walk
from his -work. Call on
JAS. t?. MATHEWS,
Att'y at Law and Heal Estate Agent.
Ovt i Baker'o Sioie,wilI make terms to suit
Lots from $-iO to $50
On time, I'orCash.to nen that will build
jV Lot fur Sfi& itl-ttort !
CALL AT THE
H. 1 WATERMAN i SON,
Whole-ale and Kctnil Dealer in
- -Fourth Street, In rear of Opera liuoae.
PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA.
J T, W fli 1 N 4) TV,
; FIRE INSURANCE CO'S:
j CITV, of London,
(IJ1:I:N, of Liverpool
) FIREMAN' IT ND. of California
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MACK Kl: I'l.. LA UK A DO UK
I .-. y:t
. I li.i . c in -Iim'I.
Queens ware, Glassware, Lamps,
-. iiur iiipiIh an ami In -li.
Will Exchange lor Cosrilry PraSncc. Linseed Oil Meal Always en v,L
Ni ! (1'i.r to ('.nil I Iloll-e, I'latt.-liHUltli, Nel.
ST V FES,
fact it-ii on
g oods, Neck
in every depnrt
ment of prime
Hue priee and
no inonkey busi
ness. He mem
ber the place,
Af ma i& ri
BOYD & LARSEN,
Contractors and Builders-
Will i:lve estimates on all kinds of work. Auy
order left at the Lumber Yards or Post
Office will receive proraot atteutiuu
Heavy Truss Framing,
fur bams and large buildings a Mtt-UTty. ,
For refeience apply to J. p. ToanjrJ. VTVeck '
The linndnoinent lylen of cliildrerot'
clothing direct from New York to be hud
nt Myer' Opera Ifoime clothing tor-.
IVrinriiif ly I "iir-l - No lliitiilmu liv oik Mrnil
ti :!.' of lr. Ooiilurcl elt i.l .ilril I ulalllhln
I'll pnii Til i iilivlliri' .lillrli lt I ll.ll llir
I'nw (lei h u 111 tin all wi- i hilm (nr I lli lll. uc v. Ill
mi, 1 1 I licin ly mall. it pal 'I. li In" 1 1 1 il lm .
Ah Or.O.iilninl Is I In- only riiyslilan IIihI I..11
ever niaile Hii" l l-'-uit- a hht,iI ntinljr, uikI u
In inn l 1111H leilci' I liiuiiunili liavc lii'i-ti iit
inaiiil I y iiiri-il l) I In' iii-e i.f tlip.i I'umiIiih.wu
' will piiiii niili'c it i'i iii.ineiii 1111 in i-vii v t'.iir,
' til relnnil Vll H 1 1 lllliliey x lullllfil. All Mlfli-I-
! ei xlniiilil K'vr llie' I omIi-i an early liUI.
' it'iil In-i'iiiivIik'i'iI if lln-ll ciirallve imi t.
1 I'l K-i-. 1. 11 laiK' Kovi-, 9.1.1', "I I lliivi-i- (oi lu.
! Sent l-y mull Ik any ait tin- I 11 1 1 ! hlal-,
, 111 I'.iii.til.i, nil H-ecliil .( irli-i-, m ,y I"'-1".
. o. K. . Aiiiir"H,
ASM K ltoi:i:ls.
.H.II -'illlili M., J'.lool. !i:. N.
I lee. I'Stll. 4ltly.
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chiiici: lot id'
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B. MURPHY - GO.
Law ami collect ion biixineys prmnp
tly attended to at 1 1 j i h otii'i: :uk pio-cicd-,
reini 1 1 cd without iti-lay.
Notarial work, i-n'n -eyanri n ', and
aliKl raiding at 1 tided to o;i -1 . i I no
tice and salbf.M lion gunranfffd.
If there is any t hing we do inal.c a
specialty of, it Im city and miIuii ban
real e state'. Several liin f.in;ia and
soiih: wild land at leirgrut; Laboring
men can getahomu by pa ing month
ly what they new pay lor hotiie n-nt.
Space forbids giving but a unall
percentage of the bargains now on the
books at this ageuc) ; we name the
SJx choice hull" acre lots K niiniitcH
from IL li. shops, at from ."JHO to iLOO
c;i' li, and on terms that would make
a man ashamed to ay li; did not own
a house. Com'! and M-e, you are not
compelled to buy and Wf" wont give
thcM! lots away, but jou can get them
so Uiey will absolutely -o.st you noth
ing. l ive acre lot mile from city for
S'iO part on time.
Lh.-veii acre lot I mile from city
for 5oi0 this is extra line. '
I have three pieces ofotit'-ide jiroji
erty which I can .'-ell and under
take to furnish purchaser work
enough to pay for them, now J will
fnrni-h the ground and you the work,
work is what hiiits inc. you will
do the work at a fair price I will give
you a clear deed for the land; if j on
can't do the work come and see me, I
maV find soinv one who will do it lor
V O 1 1 .
n r i for . 00
" " 7'0 00
;i " -J."00 00
everal small tracts well improved
a m 1 1 adjoining th
city, tor f ile at
re'ison;i A". r.ites.
Wild 00J if)
" iiuproy'd WJ) 00
" 'J000 W
' .ooix) oo
" oovo 0
farm in Cass
$10000, lonjr tiui'j and low r a f o
1G0 acres, wild $2.i00
ICO. " .soo
80 " " 1200
80 " " MX)
1G0 acres, wild, Hep. V'y (cash; 1000
Improved citv real estulo iu abun
dance. I can find what von tvaut in
this line if you will call aud f.ci; me.
I5nincss lioues and lot? far sale
at much lower figures than will bo
asked six months hence.
Stores and dwelling- rrn ed and for
rent, rent promptly collected.
If you don't t-re what ou nut jn
this eolnmn conie and a.k lor it. I'jr
probably missed ti..-t t !:at J-i w:ni.
Otlice open near!) evtrv t t cuiii-' frotn
G to 8.
Good jiew house and two fino lots
in good location pi ie, .Js-i D.
W. S. WISE,
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O. M. FERRY &. CO. OSTROIT
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2 " " X. Oth street (h'm )
2 " " Picnic Hill
H " " Washington a v. "
1 " " 1 M'k from Main
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