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:nSKA, Tl'K.SDAV. KMIiliUA KY 14. 1K?8.
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The Evening Herald.
J. H. KING, City Editor.
A. Nallnldirjr, lrntit, Korknood llmltling,
Telephone u. :!".
Ir. Sitfirlnk'M, (lllirn anil Hritlilenrc Shernooil
Work. Tfli phoiiK .to. 1.
Tlie I. SI. have cut rates on car
loads of hos and cattle, thirty-live dol
lars a t ar.
- - About eleven 'e lock last ni"lit the
locomotive whistles at Pacific Junction
announced a lire at that place. It was a
Kinall house and insured for inorv than
-The llonfu nil Horn 1 elates an ainu
in: story of a policeman in South Omaha
who was talking to " wuuof tuini talking
machines," and noted him ;ik trying,
"arc you there Hello:"
The members of the sewing cir h
and all the ladies of 1 1 1 - church, :ti'' re
quested lo meet at the i 'r-sic.t- rian I
church Wednesday, IVb. 1 :it three
oclock ). m. I't' KI!:k - Tki.s.
All special teloijr.ipli rates i'ro.'n this
City are cancelled from today, X' -pt the
follow ii' j;: To Chicago, fort 3" r tit; to
Louisville, Ky., sixty cents; to St. Louts.
Mn, forty cents: to 'iiieiunatti, ., sixty
Tli'! attention of lh:i ( 'hataiiipM Cir
cles of the .Missouri slope is called to
matter that is likely to interest tin 111,
callfdthc Council I'A 11 It's Assembly. Full
particulars can be obtained by addles
jiil; .1. K. 1 larkii'-ss, Council Il:i IT;. Iowa.
A prominent official of the IJ. A: -M.
informeil our scorpion today that that
road hail cut rates on rain that would
be shipped from all parts of the state for
Ch'KMo. Ue stated that the reduction
would be cilit cents per h;i;;drcd. If
such is the case none of the I. V M.
freight aijnts know anything about such
We are always pleased to receive a
news note from anyone, and especially
5iich items as pertain to socie ty and the
home circle. I f there i anything trans
pires in your neighborhood that you think
would interest our readers, drop us s line
about it, call at the office or tell 113 by
telephone by calling up No. If you
have a friend visiting, or you are going
out of town let us know id it, thereby
assisting us to furnish our readers with
a complete digest of news.
The fancy dress ball given by the
St. Luke's Guild, of the L'piscopal church,
last night at Fitzgerald's hall, was a
complete success. The e iTorts of the la
dies of the above (Juild in adding to the
comfort and enjoyment of those present
were highly appreciated by a re ti noil as
semblage. The variety of costumes, viv
acious manners, witty expressions, smil
ing faces and courteous demeanor of
those in attendance made the occasion
highly enjoyable, nnd 0110 that will be
long remembered by the participants as
reflecting great credit 011 the parties who
originated the idea, and brought it to
such a successful termination.
.las. Patterson jr., a highly respected
member of this community, ami as
sistant cashier of the Hank of Cass Coun
ty will be united in the hoh' bo.ids of
matrimony to Sliss Grace Anderson, in
the parlors of the Perkins house at S
o'clock tonight, the lie v. II. IJ. IJurgcss
performing the marriage ceremony. Mr.
Patterson is a son of the president of the
above bank and is well known for his
courteous manners and retined intelli
gence. Miss Anderson is the daughter
of the proprietor of the Perkins hoiiso
and has a large circle of friends who ad
mire her nrmy lady-like accomplishments.
Tiik Hkki.ii otters congratulations and
trusts that th-v mav safclv ride
barque of contentment over ths troubled
seas of life, th- ir sails tilled with the
breeze of Divine protection and mutual
trustfulness, and that when time bring
them to the harbor of eternity, and the
light in the binnacle of life i about ex
tinguished, that calm resignation will
aid them to descend life's decline to an
abode of eternal bliss.
A forlorn individual reclined in an
easy chair in Dr. Livingston's oitice about
eleven o'clock this morning. A dilapi
dated relit: supported his head r.nd anoth
er person sat with pitying gaze in front
of him. The relic was spokesman for.
th party and mentioned his name, resi
dence, occupation, ami "that he had
found this maa wandering about the
streets, almost insane through suffering
from bronchial catarrh." Tim man ap
pciredto be in great pain, and when
questioned replied that his name was
Caljean, American by birth, six weeks in
the city, and residing in Iiillingstow 11.
Dr. T. P. Livingston's gleaming orbit
shot down the man's bronchial tubes, and
his ear was applied to the fellow's chest
and back, and caught the musical aitic
ulation of the man's breathing, also the
strange sentence, "What re ti e wild
waves saying j" "He's hid too much
hot whisky' replied the doctor, upon
hearing which the resurrected caJaver
buttoned up his coat and departed with
his scientific companions to take mother
"straight" to increase his normal temperature.
GUFi CITY DADS
Convene in the City Colosseum- -
Important Matters Discussed.
The city council met in regular session
last night, with all members present.
Minutes of last meeting were read and
approved. A petition praying for sev
eral blocks of sidewalk in the vicinity of
14th and Locust ntreets was referred to
the committee on street?, alleys and
The report of the city marshal for
January was $10.00 collected for lines,
uud was referred to the police committee.
City Treasurer's report showed total
cash on hand to be $;i8.0i; total bills
collectable, 100; total cash and bills
collectable, SUlN.Oii. The report was re
ferred to the finance committee.
The finance committee reported favor
ably on the following bills, which were
allowed, and warrants for ths several
amounts ordered drawn on the proper
John l itp:;tri( k, salary for January,
sITi; Journal Printing Co., for printing,
&""; ;.?.", one-half of which was paid, the
remainder to go towaid settling the
J .'! r mil's debt from over ch:irt;e3
Plat isuionth Gas Co., gas for January,
''l(Hi: J. II. Waterman, commission, $-.?;
W. II. Maiiek, salary for January, S'.oO;
P.W-r Merges, rent of council chamber,
1 ('; J ohn O'Xiel, salary for January,
s4: John Fitzpatrick, salary for Janu-
1 j :. in
Mr. J. II. liiley, of Onndia, spoke of
his experience in paviiitr. and taking
lands in payment, and signilied his de
sii! to still carry out the proposition
mad'! by him last fall, to lay the pave
ment and t ike the lands, but advised by
all means, the laying of the sewerage
A letter dated January , to the May
or, from one of the linn of Shaw, Mul
hoiland A: Downing, of Kansas City,
which was a kind of a back-out from the
sewerage contract, was read. Mayor
Simpson said there remained no doubt
in his mind but that the best thing to do
was to readycrtise for bids for sewerage.
The committee authorized to sell the
bonds had made every effort to do so.
and failed, and swine arrangements had
to be made or drop the sewerage fjuestion.
He also suggested it might be best to call
a new election to vote J per cent bonds.
.Mr. Dutton presented the following
resolution, which was made on account
of the Kansas City letter. The resolution
was adopted on motion of Mr. Murphy,
and ordered spread cai the minutes with
Wiiekkas, Well and diligent effort
has been made by the ofiieers and coun
cil of the city of Plattsinouth to sell the
bonus i.-sued for sewerage in said city
and the said officers are unable to sell
said bonds and all efforts to sell them
have failed. Therefore be it
!i, .slctl, That the authority vested iu
the mayor and city clerk to enter into a
contract when said bonds were sold for
the construction of a sewerage with the
firm of contractors from Kansas City,
Messrs. Shaw, Mulhollaud Oc Downing
be. and the same is hereby revoked, and
!.! it further
Jl-snlctil, That any and all bids for
the sewerage construe tion in said city ol
Plattsmouth be and they are hereby re
jected and more particularly the bond of
Shaw, Mulholland .fc Downing which has
been recommended to the city council by
the board of public work.
Mr. White then presented the follow
ing resolution which was accepted:
ll'solrt'd. That the board of public
works be and tl.ey are hereby end e red to
advertise for bids for the construction of
sewerage in the city of Plattsmouth in
the manner required by law. to be pay
11 1 1 - in the sewer 1 Minds of said city at
A motion from Mr. Dutton to hare the
clerk notify the board of public works
to ail vert lse for bid.. Carried.
A motion from Mr. Murphy to have
th:.' bond of the parties tak'ng the pav
ing contract fixed at !?20,00). Carried.
Mr. Weekbaeh moved the mavor and
e ity clerk be authorized to have blank
bonds printed Motion carried.
Mr. Murphy moved that the city clerk
be instructed to notify Messrs. Pannele
and Patterson that they were no longer
held responsible on the bond of Sii-iw.
Mulii illand Sc Downing. Motion passed.
Mr. Murphy movedtbe board of public
works be authorizeil to enter into a con
tract between J. I), liiley and the city of
PlaUsmouth for paving. Motion passed
and council ueljonrned.
Mr. Martin, who travels for a Cliicago
firm, was in the city today.
James Stockholm, of IJioken Low, for
merly of Weeping Water, and Iert Heed.
of the latter place, are in town visiting
their friend, County Clerk Bird Critch
tield. J. Ii. Urinker, representing Reiel, Mur
dock & Fisher of Chicago, was in twn
today and made his many customers hap
py over the low prices at which that firm
are selling goods.
Mr. J E. Riley and Major McCauley
( the latter of Des Moines, Iowa,) who
have been in the city 011 business before
the city council in regard to sewerage
and paving, left this morning for Omaha,
in which city they are betli filling con
tracts in their respective lines of business.
A marriage licenss wa? issued today
to Mr. John Frizell, of Adair, Iowa, and"
Miss Clara M. Alexander ef Cass county. 1
Proceedings of the Board of Com
mlsslonors, February Session.
J. C. Kikenbary guarding prison
ci s and cxp
A D Chapman boarding jurors. . '' 2
J I L'nruh 2 casket for soldiers. 70 00
On the petition of John LnicUson, di
ne tor, and Geo. L. Leaver, teacher of
school dist. Xo, lo, C:i-s Co., ISeb., the
clerk was ordered to strike off ten milN
levy for school bonds, from tax list ot
l.sT as the said bonds are now paid.
The resignation of Geo. Sir email, road
overseer, district Xo. II, was accepted
ai.d Frank Slander was appointed to till
Dill of Smith LI u k mdse-to jail
Kill to allow pay for 1" witnesses
in IJuins and Kennedy trial was
allowed as decided in district
court. Amount allowed
Ciaim ofS P ilolioway w itness in
case i.f st:.te v.s J Pier.-ell
II P Larthold in ca.-u state- vs 11
Smith et al
A Madolc work on map a;, d plat
!5y a clerical error the clerks and judgis
of election in Avi.i a and Mt. Ph-a-ant
prcciue-ts were only allowed s2 !ist ad ol
s;. The cI't! i t Jul l.r'- oi dert d to
draw warrants in favor of e.ich persa::i so
effected, for $1.
II It Hobbs was, appointed county
physician for Llmwuod, Lagle and Va
basli and within the radiu-s of o miie
thereabouts, for the sum ol ' per an
num, payable-quarterly. L. V Cook
was appointed county phy.-.iciau for llie
city ol Plattsiiiout h aini w it bin a raiiiu.. of
o milcsthereabouts.the jail and poor house
included, at a salary of l ,0 per annum,
payable quarterly, loin gin Feb, 1. l-V-s.
and cna l eo 1. io-. ,
Claim of Gco.Staats ce liecting tax
Co.t bill in case of stale vs Job
Stephens allow eel
vV J Warrick md.-e to j - i 1
J It Cox mdse to court horoc. . . .
Chas Graves mdse to paupers. . ..
In the matter of the insanity c
one Hans Peter Hansen, rcpoiled
the state authorities as being :
resident of Cass Co.. the stc.te e laiming a
bill from Cass Co.. It was laid over till
fu it her i n vest igat i . ;;,
The cost bills iu the ca.-es of state vs
Joseph Smude-rv, Janes Daly, Ib-m-y
I'.unte and Edward Hays we:e allowed.
In the matter of reipie.-t made !V Co.
Supt. Spink for raising the sal.-.ry of
county superintLiulantn in Ca -;s ci.unly. i:
R ii Livingston examination ol in
sane man, bill allowed
M A Hartigan atty for dctcr.se in
cases of state vs Khner Wart
and state vs Hermann S'.rat j
Dill of costs in the case of slate
vs Willie Campbell allowed . . .
Louis Foltz, salary and expense.
A 15 Dickson " " "
ii T"U - " " .
The board visited the jail and reported
it in good conditiop.
Board adjourned to meet Mar. C,,V.
A. 15. Todu, Ch'r'm. j
A. Ik D: :;son. - Com.
Lor is. Foi.tz. )
15tKD Cunc :m-'!i:u, Co. Clerk.
Valentines at Wank
A Kocturne in Mud
Ve are going to have ;i portion of the
city paved as soon r.s weather permits.
That's a certainty. If the weather had
continued the same ai yesterday tiie
streets would have been the same r.s those
of Des Moines, (Iowa), did about nine
years ago before - they put down their
paving. The streets were a foot or two
deep with mud, and the city council lu; .1
been appealed to and the newsp..per
wrote on the subject, but nothing
done iu tha matter till a liyeryman, nam
ed Wells, got a regulir re.w boat, in
which was a sail, attached a rope, to
which two horses were hitched, and v. er.t
sailing up the main street of the city. Tn
the bows of the boat stood a boy with lead
ami line who cast it overboard occasional
ly in true nautical style, r.nd shouted. "Py
the lead line-:" That kind of ridicule
brought the council to their senses, ami
now the city is: covcreel from end to ci.u
wi h line cedar block paving.
"Blow "inti Go "
The writer of thi-; r.rt.c ie v.-a oncepr: s
tnt at a f.iot-race for the "Punjaub Cup."
at Murree, India. i of the runners
was boasting that h-' was cettain to take
the pri:e. Said one of the others, "You
blow too much '." "Yes," he replied. "I
can blow, and I can s;o." In the race he
was far ahead of his competitors, and as
he reached the judges" stand, shouted,
"Cup hto" (bring), and was proclaimed
the victor. Xow, that is just the way
Thk IIf:i:ai.i stands to day. We blow
and we go. To assist in the going pa: t
Mrs. F. M. Gould came into the oilice
toilay ami paid a yearVsubcription. alse
Mrs. J. Clements ca'l-.-d r.nd deposited
live dollars for brick subseript ions. Mis. j
Clements lias subscribed fer this paper
for the past twenty years, and fays it is
improving eve ry day. Ami thus w e keep
A Cattle Train Wrecked.
Uklvidere, X. J. Feb. A big
wreck was csused by a elefectire ntr brake
on the Delaware-, Lackawanna ec Western
railroad yesteFday niorniny: iu which a
cattle train was telescoeel and many
A special session of the Board of
Trade will be hel l in tlie G. A. II. hall,
Rockwooel block, tomorrow evening at
half-past sev?n o'clock. Let all the
mem' ers be present, as important business
will le up for consideration.
R. 13. "Windham. Pres.
"Warrick offers low prices on "Wa'l Pa
per. - dCt
To in; (Jits(oin t i.ii'l J'ut roitJ:
1 laving sold my harness business, I must
ask you to come in and settle all book
accounts by the !.-t e f March, I.ssm. either
by note or money; as I must close my
book by that tim. Thanking you for
past patronage. I can be found at the
-hop fur two we !s. I am Respect fully,
f-DJ d..t-W':t O. M. SlKKKiUT.
To Li--T.--Finni-hed rooms, southwest
ceuner Cth and ().:k !ie ts.
I. Pecrlm .ii s.e!!s fin nit ure on the in-
lail. ! 'a . mi l: t.s W ee !. 1 V
ui ;:it ii! V.
Go lo 1. Pat li-i. tan's for tine I lit iiiture.
Sv.'edi.-'i I.'mgens, .... c-k li-h and ail
kinds of !;.-!) n,' heiiilig for Lent can be
had at j-i:i21ll 'i-.c k .'.a u ?c Co.
There are l-.t rciisons why you
s5i-iultt pu!-crt.e Sets isi iou:P'k.
iiec pr.c Z-. iGif
I'm; S.i. ri a-.,5j:i.i'..- terms my
resi-iri.ee on tin: . e-orin-rof Kil l aiid
1 1 i !i si ft . '. s. Said properly conis;s "!'
i block a :,ooi sl.ry and half
hoose of six rui.tii-i, t wat'driibes uliii
;ll : well and e ity V.'at' l';
t Weli'.y, - i :i l.i ::; ill.;' appie tree.-, and an
:d;!i!:da::c.r ! -nM fruit f kinds.
U' P. 1). L.vu s.
I!vxc! eiii ii i-i.'s:-.s -& It 5 !t
K!aiJlt iii:n-.i';: in tsuiilii
fi'iii-Ji.. ;j 2;t.-- l. ilt l'
(;i'l:i Coin ,-lovts iinil lunges
in the Mi.uktl ;.t 1. i 'rh man'.-.
New i in ni t net- al 1. P.-.: ieman's
F ! I f
Ti y O. P. Siiiih tc Co'.s Damask Rose
fo.' :-a!l !i!i(i;u!. S( -rofub.; us sores, fetters
Fxteni.'d I-h-Vsep'-bis. Rash, Peh. rhatb'g
of inl'.ii.ls i.-., a -:i!:ipl( t'1. Household
R' ir.e.ly. Z'i) lio(,seiioi.l shoulel be with
out ii. tf
Tiv O. p. Si nil. i ec Co's Dama.-I: Rose
for Chappi d Ha:;. is ami Lip,. tf
Real e.-tuto and abstracts.
dtf W. S. Wise.
Firo titonranco written irt the
Etna, Fl-.ce-.-iix and Hartford irj
ilry for Srli-
Three hundred tons of hay for sale for
e n-!i, e i 1 1 1 i i . i ' i i ". el ei it !: the ground.
L-ave orcit-is : Henry Weckbaeii".--. More.
Jan. :'. mtLVw L. Si ri.i..
D.-.tna.-k Rom.- the Great Skin Cure :;d
Toii'-o a i te ie. '-.I '.;. aitvl soil by O. P.
Smi:h Co. ' tf
'JVy Punch T.v: .1 Cigars at Warrii k's.Ct
W.-.NTi'.i:: ,'i. good pants maker. Er.
c,uire owr Merges shoe store, of C. F.
Try O. l'!'SmTt!ri'7cT?sK"of P. Col
ogne, Lasting and Fr.-igrant. j-2-5-tf
Try O. P. Smith irc Co'.s K. of P.
Cologne Lasting and Fragrant. j-2:J tf
Furniture for tie- eel'-ir, k'ich'ii an-!
j.-tii-iOi" sold on weekly or monthly install
ments at I. Peru! man's. 1'2-dif
I'urcics reeding imus;-ho'id furniture
and those .vho c-ontemplate keeping
house soon will !:n: ii to their object to
buy of 1. i i.: leu. f j-dtf
An eleg'nt asso.-tm nt of Valentines at
GiiingiV Cr.'s. jolrKlt
Railed l-.ay for sal-j at Holmes livery
barn. d pit
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-.e't.r.y 5';i!ii;e. Mit;ii-y ruV.'.ic
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orice ever J?:.s.l; -A ('r. -.s Cii.:ity.
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C. F. S M I T H,
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l.e-t Ie 1. re. ;.,'!. I ;- "i; i et I,,
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TirC-HOK NOliO rOC-lS Eli! F'iOCS
or ..a,,,,, and uer..;
.. !c(;, ,.s a. i:,riS,, ani ns v,f.u
r. til- :'-:.!. d ir.ke
As can U- r..-! i.i ,-,:- .;.
uii I :iv-s.-.-- I. ;o ; ly t'..iii;i''li !;!.
u "r'': V.- v V f ? r" " r"--5 T1-!'!'? P tt;i
u i'-.i 1 f -. u la- iiii: i i liwii it:.,
Dr, C. A Marshall
"kfTi T ftfffa
mQri iKt mom Mtfaa k' ttSu
Preservation t i catur.-l teeth a ppec-iaiiy.
Cetth titrjclcd xcU'nmd pain. Lu xute of laughing
All work warranted. Prices reasonable.
FlTZGKIiALI'3 BiCCK. I'LATTSMOUTH, KlB
NG OUT AT
S4,7()( We.rlli ul'tlio iM-rtt Makcri f
H?3 J "Ssk pa
As I li:ic t le ave to tuki: e-Iiarg;- ol'inv Father's business in Ottuin
.ra, on account of his eontiiciid i!i hoallh. Now i tin- time to Jay in
a mi ;!; of HOOTS ami SHOKb at
L idies" I relic Ii Kid h:uid tin lied slio. s
Ladies' French Kid common sene shoes..
Ladies' Curacori Kid common sense shoes ... .
Ladies' Doiigolu hand-sewed shoe-:'
Ladies' (d y.i- dongola shoes
Laities" Slraijdt goat shoes
liaiiies' I lest goat button shoes
b-idh's' 1 1.-iiid-s wed button shoes
Ladies' Calf button shoes
Ladies' Oil grain button shoes
Ladies' Glove calf button shoes
Ladies' Dongobi foxed button shoes
Ladies" Grain button shoes
Red Cross School Shoe Reduced 25c apr
Misses best Kid mul Goat Spring heel
Men's best hand sewed shoes
Mct.'s best Cal f sewed shoe
.'.ien's best Kangaroo s--wcd shoe
?ie-n's best calf sewe:d shoe
Men's '! t congress or button shoe
Men's calf boots
Men's best kip boots
Men's Good kip bouts
Lll Coods must bo sold at once. "STcu
will find it to ycurintorest to call oarly-
T I I i M
SOUTH SIDE MAIN
Seasons for Fun-luring' Lots in South Park.
I. A? :i v.liule tlicy are- tl;". in::-t lyin lots in tlic city.
. Tiu v ure shaded will; beni-lii'iil iiirest trees.
'.). l iiey tire loenNd httv.c n Chicago and Lincoln Avcmies, th(j
two iinest drive.'! abotit the eilv.
4. They are oidy a teji-j!u:i!:f.e.-; walk fVutn tlie Jnis;ine.s portion
ef the tOWli.
o. ilv ica-.en ol' tiu-ir lo:ei.' it-is etweeit ti;e; twe main thorough
fates into tlie city, they tiro tnun? a l ie tlian lots in oilier additions,
(j. The oniy addition to t.'n: ci'y reached by tv ffetablislietl
7. The o;:lv now aeidilio!! b the eily re ached by vater mains
;r,..l v i: i; n j:!.e-,eci id' h-eino; i. lej.l in the near future with com
plete '.vaer ir: viiees.
5. Xew sidewalks recently e.:5str:u;led to within a Jew feet of
tl:e "I'.!.m !; ".v ill :s3iorilv he exteiided.
J'. W'iil ci;': drily iiave street car jrivileges at no distant date,
lo. Ii'you v.is-i a line vic-w of the river, locate on a lot in South
L il iv.
II. If you v.ish a s-i:t!y pictures.jue view ut Plattsmoth,
it ear. be had Iimhi ;i Suiitli P; : lot.
12. To persons in the railroad employ, the eastern portion of
Sor.tli ;;;ik is the mot ele.di aiIe residence locality in the city.
To persons ie:-iriii,ir ti roiMenee on ChieJigo avenue, the
western portion of Sr.tlt Par'; is available for that purpose.
1-L The P. e'e M. railroad trac; runs netir the ctist line of the
uihiition, i'tiriiisiiiiio; t;hh facilities f.r manulaeturinir indtistrie..
lo. it you locate in onth i'arl; you will have good neighbors ;
'Mayor S!mp-on, John 11. Cox, John A. I)avie. John L. Minor, J. V.
Weekbaeh. Chas. Harris, John 11. Vour:, Henry Waterman, W. C
Inraiiam, 1). Spurlock, Jerry Fartlu'ng, Thos. "E. Peynolds, S. A.
iavis. P. A, Miner, C. V(.-:d, Frank InVh, J.N. Glenn, C. L
; ColeiKau. S. A. ypealiinaiu Fr-.nk liee.-oji, Chas A. JIankin, Sarali E.
Alex:uiler. .Jolm Moore, M. A. Sliipman, Fillie Kali.ky, T.
Fatt-ltt. Clayton Uarber, W. J. 1 lesser. Ihtrry Kneller. J. E. Uarwick,
.J. (i. I loyal, W. X. McLetintm. P. C. Minor. F. McCourt, J.C. Fought
.-:id other are o'.vner of Soutl: iark property. .
Over v.-ortli of tld.s desirable property lias been dis-
ered of within a shot t jieriod !ti:d r.e, part has been sold to outside
ie-fu;u;.i v,j..i; is r.-uei ijiooi o
01 1 lie: eii.
17. fo:-e substantial h."-u:-es wcj-c built in South Park in the
fall oflSST than in any one 1 ca;ity in the city and the prospects for
spring buildinir are iiiucii greater.
IS. Lets will be sold n:!i! t;e Ft of April, next, at $150 each;
af:er aid date tlie j)i ice on the ::;,st desirable Jots will l)e advanced.
10. Terms -. cash, balance in one and two years, or lots may be
purchased on monthly payments.
20. Any number of persons, not less than five, purchasing ten
lots in one transaction will be rlveti a lot free to dispose of as ther
may deem proper.
21. Any person or person. purchasing 20 or more lots and pay
r'od cash, may kave one and two years on balance without interest.
22. If any other reasons for purchasing lots in South Park are
desired they will be given by calling at the oilice of
WiNDHAM' & DAVIES.
sIm in tiV.--
.$5 00 reduced lo $4 35
" 4 25
" 3 70
' 2 75
" 2 30
2 00 "
. . .$2 50 now $2 25
... 7 00 " V, 00
... 5 00 " 4 25
5 00 " 4 25
...ii 00 " 2 75
... 2 50 " 1 85
. . 4 50
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