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WILMINGTON, N. C FRIDAY. JUNE 29, 1888.
PcsV! often iuck the system
"TVe, It J. cad
r,s3 of Appetite,
"Bad Breath, etc.
t of CoQtlrUu does not
tV.tTlr la unlearn the bowel.
"JS o"t not only ct a a rnrr.
I tZTui- nd notproduca
Kitof body without chxnxlcx
after .uffcHns wih Constlp-
KL! T..V & cu!ry. I
jAM tUck SapK Court, BbCo.,C.
TaJfcr otty the Genuine,
rabiw Wrrpf tKe red Tr2e-
J. U. ZIUC A CO
H1X0S AND 0 ROANS-
trttT VE FK TRICES AND TKItMS
u 'iiiz: a l&.strutueDt. I kwp one
: UTii t At of
PIANOS AND ORGANS
IN THE SOIT1I.
Imwu ay of tb nrst-clAM manu-
ROM 43 CPWAUOR.
HALZKJU, N. C.
BRANCH HOUSE :
Uta-t Mnrt, between Front and Second,
1 WILMINGTON, N. C.
f 1&; To ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
'm Lk!V) isA (HDHemen and their Families
.:xr ii MJi N U for a day's recreation can
Ut rRtEuie of my large Prnvtllon and
wrrcts. whrtber tliy desire to take their
ub ac or tnns their own "lunch
Splendid Band of Music.
! 4.t?.: yoa to coou orUbie place, close by
HUU-jtoa stacoast Kallroad Depot,
vfB,Ir9llie 0ccaa and enjoy- the
ED. WILSON MANNING.
V L. DOUGLAS
83 8 Hop
1 Ci , GENTLKUFN.
t4 Sf aj SxUm Rho !n the
V "e.-.."-- comfortable
t . oe.warran ted."
lVir'iiHLi. . -r.
t u! li? soe, tb onnnl
a fetir,.riLl i
itauos: ituo to
i " t- t)n r r-. .
t- Dor f
iff- kt, maorhoeinthe world.
wlU" ad ia coorreas.
W.Utr 'ootioid by loardral-
M fey nrwkto,liu.
If the Republicans areas well &ut-'
Isfied witb the result of the Chicago
convention as are me democrats,
One of the latest uud most iuipor
ThU is perhaps the most serious
blow that the iuonopolits have yet
,r : I.', , . . i
aiuyor ouin iow, who ;
be-u uccouutetl the leader of the 1
Youug Itepublicitiis of Brooklyn, N.
Y., cuif t fttutid the Chicago ticket.
llh defection will prove a serious
blow'to the Uepublicans of King's !
count v I
Ueorire William Curtis.of Harper
AVi-rl-hi lui x tipf i ltitrv!x vvfxd liv
Mimrfpr fftrthe w York S!frtr. He
i a. rui x x .l
vuiiuciuus lue vyuitiiijw nuixri, (
praises Cleveland. lie will support
Cleveland and so will llarpcrn
Weekly, and so also, added Mr. Cur
men all over
tis. will the business
A poor old woman, CO years old,
tried to drown herself in Central
Park on Wednesday. She said that
she made the attempt because "no
body wanted her." She has several
giown children, married and set
tled. Shejiad been living with a
married daughter in Ne ark, who
had told het thafshe wished to God
that she would go away and never
come back." Horrible!
If all that is said may be relied
uion theu Gen. Harrison's chances
ou the Pacific slope are bad at the
start ami will probably grow beau
tifully less as the campaign ad
vances. His record on th? Chinese
question is what's the matter there
with this Hannah. The Republi
cans are alreadv alarmed and talk
of getting Blaine to go to California
and make a few speeches. The
Democrats threaten in this event to
seud Mr. Thunnan there with his
little red bauilana which is big
enough, however, to wipe out the
whole Republican ticket.
. - -
Economy and strength are pecu
lia to Hood's Sarsaparilla, the only
medicine of which "100 Doses One
Dollar" is true.
IXDIX TO NW ADVEKT1SIMKXT3.
T D Lot A Card
J L Wijcnkk Notice
Stxb BrssiB Notice
Db8 P WmooT Notice
Y C JliLUta Diamond Dyes
E W Maxxinu Atlantic View
. Tatujb'S IUzaak Low Prices
Stltan GaoTK Carolina Iteach
Loris II Mkakbs nannel Shirts
IltN3BXB4xiR llanos and Organs
Mbs E 11 Wiggins Just Uecelvcd
IIowbll & Ccmminu Mattress Factory
Thb Stoelbt IIocse Salt Water Delicacies
10,000 Tiger Cigarettes have been
sold here to one organisation, for
private use. . 1 w
WireCIoth for your windows and
and doors can be had at Jacobi's
The country calls for thcee cheers
and a million "Tigers" for the can -
d .dates. lw
There is a cool wave here now and
to-day has been decidedly the most
comfortable we have had this week
ltock Crystal Spectacles out! Kyeztasse
Advice to old and young: in se
lecting spectacles you should be cau
tious not to take more magnifying
vower than has been lost to the eve
as in the samo proportion that you
pass that point of increase, will cause
you further injury to the eye. Using
glasses of stronger iower than is ne
cessary is the daily cause of prema
ture old age to the sight. You can get
the best at Ueinsberger's.
Attention Young Men Democratic Club.
All members are hereby notified
that I. Shrier has the contract to
furnish uniforms, where subscrip
tions and names for enrollment will
hereafter be received.
E. II. Frkkman,
Chr'm Finance Com.
Bathlnc Suits. Come down to
Headaunrters, 25 dozen Flannel
TUlhtniv Snlr l In nil felrp4 intl rnlnm
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old at the lowest manufacturing
.t ,h Wllmlntrton Slilrt Par,
1" w " '
tory, 27 Market su. J. fc.lstacli, I'rop.
A At . t am mr X wr m 4
whjk lor ine oiueawinuf
it you warn. 10 ieci uuiu.i
and woll all vou need isa eool Ham-
. 1 o.f
"Yon will And the largest as-
jsortnient and cheapest at neinsuer
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Tiger Cigarette smoke can be in-1
haled without danger. lw ;
Burelan, You can be safe from :
them by using the Burglar Proof
TiHnfi Tw t Wnhi'ti !
pHaticI lmsnlaced I
pair of horses at
irii i-n.i frr,i tha i
va viiiiu avkwi& !.ivj w-
hotel to the wreck of the blockade ,
mnnpr on on hand RiidtoGatlini
Battery on the other.
Messrs. Eugle & Zoello, two ac- :
complUhed artistM, have leased from
r r r Hf! XI ..t. ..x ..I.
-Mr. J. Lt. Winner the photou'rap i ;
gallery at Carolina lieach ami win
ut once tfet ready Tor orders there.
Tne '"ior partner, Mr. Eugle, has J
for some time past been connected
with the nress in this" State. He is
I. l)AoVi tswlav vvhoro lia ia
x: i.. i.:.. :npr.n...antu an1 nat
IIUllllJlT 111 1119 11131'iu lucuua ""v tsv
tmg ready lor customers.
There was a large crowd assembled
at tne citv court this "morning and a
.docket that showed up eight cases
which were disposed of as follows:
Elsie Macks, keeping unlicensed
dog, judgment suspended.
Jane Hines, keeping unlicensed
James Williams, keeping, un
licensed dog, discharged.
John Davis, disorderly conduct,
case transfered to Justice G. W.
Jacob Thompson, cruelty to ani
mals, called and failed to answer.
Wui. Panelson, drunk and dis
orderly conduct, 20 or 30 days.
Sarah Graham, drunk and dis
orderly. $20 or 30 days.
Wm. Swindle, disorderly corn! net
We are glad to hear that Mr. D.
H. Walsh is reported easier to-day.
Messrs. Gibson James and Jno. H.
Marshburn, of the Holly Shelter
section of Pender county, were in
the city to-day.
Miss Cannie Chasten has resigned
the positiou of organist of St. Paul's
E. I Church. She will go to Bos
ton in August to complete her stud
ies. Mr. R. D. Jewett has graduated at
the Richmond Medical College and
has returned to the city with his de
gree as a full-fledged medico. We
wish him much success in his pro
Maj. T. D. Love, surviving part
ner of the late firm of C. S. Love &
Co., has located in the city for the
conduct of the business. His family
will remain in Bladen county until
Mr. George Haar, of this city, who
has been at the Conservatory of
Music in Boston for some time past,
has graduated at that institution.
He returned to the city last night,
with the diploma of the Conserva
tory in the Tuning Department.
A lliff Blow at Ixaurlnburg.
A big storm is reported from
Laurinburg yesterday afternoon.
It struck the town about a quarter
past 3 o'clock and continued for
about 30 minutes. The rainfall was
also heavy. This morning's Star
furnishes us with the following re
From a correspondent of the Star
at Laurinburg and from persons ar
riving on the Carolina Central
train last evening the following
particulars were gathered : The
McCallum Hotel, near the railroad
depot, was badly damaged; one of
the brick chimnevs was blown down,
demolishing part of the roof and
crushing through the building to
the first floor. The furniture and
carpets in the rooms of the build
ing were considerably damaged; but
fortunately uo person was injured.
Mr. Parker's gin house, lying di-
rr.tlv In tli trn-nk of h storiU. Was
entirelv destrovfid. And also two
churches belonging to colored peo
ple. Uol. J.T Koper's staDies were
blown down, and two mutes m w
liniliiinr killed TIia stores of
Messrs. McCaskill and McLean, M.
G. McKoy and R. E. Lee and the
Merchant's Hotel wprn unroofed.
and also the residences of Mr. Berry
Bryant and Mr. J. T. Frazier. A
number of out-houses were demol
ished, and trees and fences were
blown down in all directions
own down in all directions.
At Mr. W.A. McLaurin's residence
x 9 a .. z .1 . iii, TriH 1
IWO 01 mo wiuuuwb, .wim
hllnd. were torn from their fasten
ings and blown Into the house.
ixi-v mo iiuuot.
e storm was fortu-
It extended beyontl
The track sf the
nateiy narrow. 11 cueimcu k !
the town of Laurinburg in a north-
a ho nt hnJr a mile.
levelling everything I t pain.
far an known no loss of life occurred
either in the towq or country-
Ticer Cixraretteswill eive satisfac
Tiger Cigarettes a substitute for'
paper wrapped goods. lw
Hqo.... f- UooctialU- Rats'
AiLuuuai ici o 1 1 xacoxJaiio, x -i
Masks, Gloves, Belts &c., is at Heins
benrer'g. t -t
i : . !
.Another lot of those celebrated
0,1 Stoves just received at Jacobi's
lltw' Depot. Itwill pay you to use
one- -"' f
Dr. S. P. Wriirht has qualified as
administrator of 2he estate of the,
,ate Geo. PrColin and an official an-
nounceiuent is published m this is
tfhere was a heavy wind and 'tmu
at Carolina Beach yesterday. Those
a the surf got a shower bath and a
surf bath at one and the same ti me.
The storm came from the West and
had soon blown over and out to sea.
At a meeting of the suviyors of
the Wilmington Rifle Guards, Com
pany I, 18 N. C. It., it was formally
decided to have a reunion at old
Camp Wyatt, near Carolina Beach,
on the Fourth.
The steamer Bessie is laid up here
to-day or to-morrow for the pur
pose of doing some pointing. She
will commence her regular mail
schedule to Southport on Monday,
leayinghere at 3:30 p. m. and South
port at 7:30 a. in.
The excursion this morning of the
Sunday School of the First Baptist
Church to Carolina Beach was very
largely attended. The Grove car
ried in the forenoon about as many
as could comfortably be accommo
dated and many others went down
in the afternoon. They have had
an exceedingly pleasant day for it.
Schr. M. C. Moseley, Torrey, clear
ed to-day for Port au Prince, with
207,150 feet lumber, valued at $2,780.
85, shipped by Mr. E. Kidder's Son.
Schr. Orlando. Knaebel, cleared
for the same port, with 110,900 feet
lumber and 3,803 pieces lumber, val
ued at $l,451.03r shipped by Messrs.
S. & W. H. Northrop.
1 Two Dots in One.
Messrs. Howell & Gumming are
busj now on a contract to -furnish
six dozen pine fibre mattresses for
the! new hotel at the Hummock.
These gentlemen have the agency
herf for a new species of mosquito
net frame, one which folds easily
into a small space, is simple in its
workings and has no sharp corners
"to cut the nets. It is the invention
of an old gentleman at Augusta,
Ga., and is a good thing.
A Bloody Battle. f
A fight took place this morning
on Second and Hanover streets be
tween two colored boys which re
sulted in the cutting of one and the
locking-up of the other. Levi L.
Perkins was t he boy who gained the
battle but lost his liberty and the
name of the other boy We could not
fiud out. Perkins cut him ou the
head and the result was a wanton
waste of native claret. Justice Price
investigated the case and sent the
injured boy home to have his head
sewed up and the other to jail to
await an interview with Judge
Alligators from the L.ake.
To pfove that there are alligators
hi the lake at Carolina Beach it is
only necessary for visitors to that
popular resort to take a squint at
two how on exhibitioi there. They
were caught yesterday in the lake
and are now to be seen in a pen
which has been specially prepared
for them. This big pond, or lake, is
a really wonderful place. ... The wa
ter in it is perfectly fresh and at
high tide it is not more than one
hundred yards from the Atlantic
Ocean. There is a great variety of
fish there, some salt water fish as
nsn inpre. Kniiie sail waici uau
,, , T x v. o nri nil
well as fresh water-fish, and tney an
seem to thrive well.
xiKer vyigureiccB, "'B'"
filled and Havanna seed wrapper
New Maste Honse.
J. L. Stone, the popular music
dealer of Raleigh, has established a
a Drancn house at Wilmington, on
. . x.' .1 r
fro i Front,
where may be found a number of
inenieieoraieu rxiuer&oxx "
other makes from $190. upwards.
Organs from $45. upwards. Every
wrgans irom fo. upwn,rto. j
one ja invjtet to call and examine
Dog collars- Largest anl finest
assortment ever before brought to
thU city, to be bad at Jacobi's Hdw.
Second round of Quarterly Meet
? incrc for trie AVilmiTicrtrin THstrint of
I fha MotVi Alicf IV PlinMt. HrtVi
j kiv xxx.ixx.wxxcrv a-.. xyxxxxx vxx. uuu .xx .
I Elizabeth circuit, at Purdies, June
i W ana J my l
Cokesbury circuit, ' at McNates,
june 14 and 15.
Bladen circuit, at Center, June 7
Waccamaw circuit, at Shiloh, July
21 and 23.
Brunswick Mission, July 21 and 22
T. W. Guthrik. P. E.
. .the mails. ;
The malls close and arrive at the "City Post
office as follows: . - -
Korthern through malls, J ast. . . . . . .8 .00 P. M.
i.V.JJUUU JXm wkO
routes supplied therefrom.........
cnrmllPrt t.hprpfmm 8 00 A. M.
RfllftlB-h & Kavette.v'e. fi.00 P. M. and 8.00 A. M.
Southern way malls . 6.30 P. M.
Southern through malls. ............ 9.15 P- M,
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Western malls (C. C. Railway) '5.45 A. M,"
Cape Fear & Y V R R and points sup-
puuu uierciruux o.n x . xn..
Raleigh & Hamlet R. R. ancL points
supplied therefrom... 2.00 P. M;
Smlthvilxe. 2.00 P. M.
wrightsiiie 8.UU a. m.
Clinton, special 3.15 P. M-.
Onslow C. II. and intermediate offl- -cesJ...
little River, S. C, and intermediate
offices ..... .. 3.00P.M.
Cape Fear River mall LOO P. M.
OPEN FOR DELIVERY. ;
Northern and way mails. 8.30 P. M.
Northern throxigh mall, late. 11.00 P. M.
boutherh mails. . . -. 6.30 A. M.
Southernway malls. . . , 9.30 A. M.
CaroUna Central R.R.... 9.30A.M.
Malls collected from street boxes In business
n. w x lr f, ft A I nnx J ic l
ML and from other points of the city at -5 P. M.
ana 4 a. m.
General delivery open from 6.30 A. M. to 7.00
I XT anA on Siriioi-a frnm Q V1 fn in 9fi A TVf
X . XL, U11X Ull WXUVUt, 1 VI 1. ' - f AVflf . .
Carrier's delivery open on Sunday from 9.30
w mau a. iii.
Money Order and Register Department open
from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M., continuous.
Stamp Office open from 8.00 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Stamps on sale at general delivery 6.30 A.M.
to 10 A. M. and 1 to 7 P. M.
Fishing Tackle. A full assortment
of all kinds for. both salt and fresh
water fishing at Jacobi Hdw. De
pot. . . t
N BW AD VEISTI8ISMKNT8
, . - - -
ryHE STEAMER BESSIE WILE LAY OVER
In Wllmlntrtfiii tn-rlflv nnrl Rat.lirrlflV Tillt will
commence her regular mall schedule Monday
mnrnlTifr .TulvVl: lpnvlno- Smithnnrt, flt. TrSO a.
m. and Wilmington at 3:30 p. m. 50c. round
XXAVING QUALIFIED AS ADMINISTRA
JjL tor of the late Geo. F. Colin, I hereby no
tify all persons having claims against tne saia
deceased to exnioic tne same 10 me on or 00-
fore June 39th, 1888, and all persons indebted
to said deceased are requested to make pay
ment to me.
June 29th, 1888 Dk. S. P. WRIGHT.
Je29 6wf ; Administrator.
rjHE UNDERSIGNED WILL C.ONTINUE
tvio nnmrnissdnn "Rnsinpss n5 KiifPfssnr to fJ. S.
Love & Co., and hopes to merit a continuance
of the liberal patronage extended to the old
. je39 3t T. D. LOVE.
TTAVING OTHER IMPORTANT BUSINESS
engagements lt will be lmpossible to give at
tention to my Photograph Gallery, therefore
T Imiro smnnrvr. thp RPnri"flS nf Mpssrs. 15WGLE
& ZOELLO, First Class Artists, who are so fa-
voraoiy Known ana are iiuiy equippcu wtiu au
modern Improved instruments for. making
Cheap and First-Class Pictures from Smallest
tn nfo si7P nlsn Oronnfts and View Sceneries.
all at reasonable prices. I confldently recom
mend tnese gentlemen tu my pauuua oxiu xi
who may visit this beautiful seaside watering
place at Carolina Beach. .
Wall Paper and Shades
Carpets and Matting Laid I
(Nice work guaranteed) by
J 33- DEMPSEY,
HOWELL & GUMMING,
Opposite the City HalL
MATTRESSES, PILLOWS, BOLSTERS,
SPRINGS, MOSQUITO BARS
' p. s. These MOSQUITO BARS are some
thing new. . - Je28tt
The Stokley House,
TARTIES IN WANT OF ACCOMJVIODA-
bns at WrightsvUle will find the STOKLEY
HOUSE well suppUed with all that is neces
sary. . :
Board by the day, week or month at low
rate 3- '
Pig Fish suppers to order at any hour dur
ing tne evening.
lt tha haiimMps nt RA.it water. flsh.crabs.
1 vix um. - , -
I clams, shrimps, &c, lurnisneu 10 guests.
SadUnf! Boats, Fishing Boats,Flshlng Ti
sainntr Boats. Fishlne Boats.Flshlng Tackle,
&c, furnished on short notice.
K-Stokley House fronts the water and is
11 rv ctuxiJ xxvi-v " v"
oHfhin innvartlsof the Deoot.
W. H STOKLEY."
ONLY GENUINE "MACINA WT. HATS SOLD
IN WILMINGTON. r
LOUIS H. MEARES.
1 KOBT1I FBONT,
Gentlemen's Furnisher and Hatter
je SI - ' ' ' - -
f- ARDEN HOSE, DOU . COLLARS,
vjr . Tackle; come in and. look
; at tneni. we have the goods and can make
.the prices iCit K SPRINGER t CO.,
myl 1 Front su.wiimiastoii,N.
v CAEOLINA BEACH.
TEAMER SYLVAN GROVE WILL leave
for Carolina Beach pn Friday and Saturs.iy
at 0:30 a. m. and 2J30 p. m. Music, for dancia g.
: -J. W: HARPER,
Dissolution Notice. .
: -, . . '.. - , ..- ' v- ' - : -
: . . , .- '. - " - . .
HE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORC
existing between c. s. Love and T. D.'. Love,
under the firm name of c' S. Love & Co., was
dissolved on the 24th of June by the death cr
C. S. Love. The undersigned is alone author
ized to sign In liquidation. Vi
:'"':- T. D..LOVE,
je27 3t Surviving Partner.
Q.OLD PENS AND PENCILS. r
Frames of all Kinds. : ':, "I
Bass'and Kettle Drums,
Flutes, Fifes, violins, ': " '.
- - Guitars, Banjos, Harmonicas,
Best kind of steel and Gut strings,.
Looking Glasses, &c, c
Blank Books, Paper and JEnvelopes for sale
cheap at . ' ::"-. "
No. 3. - ; ;
Wilmington Seacoast R. R,
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE 30, 1883.
- From Wilmington, " From Hummocks. TZ
Leave ....... 630 a.m Leave....... 7.45a.m.
Leave... 9.30a.m Leave.. ..... 10:30 a. m.
Leave........ 20 p. m Leave....... 3:30 p. in.
Leave. ....... 5:00 p. xa Leave. ;. 6:15 p. m
Leave 7:20 p. m Leave. .... . .10:00 p. m.
J. H. CHADBOURN, JR.,
June 19 tf General Manager.
J. T. HOWE . W. H. K0RW00D
At .the Hummoclc.
E HAVE OPENED A RESTAURANT AT
the end of the PavUlion set aside for the Col-,
ored People at the Hummock, where we are
prepared to furnish meals at all hours.
Three times a day. '
ers, Olams and Grabs
many style aesired.
S"-We are also prepared to accommodate
White as well as Colored Customers, and we
guarantee satisfaction to all
HOWE & NORWOOD.
t"lCK COLD BEER always on hand.
-TR. w. A. McGOWAN will collect subscrip
tions due THE! DAILY REVIEW and 'solicit
new subscribers. . ' 1 " ' tf .
gY VIRTUE AND IN PURSUANCE or. A
decree of the Superior Court of New Hanover
County, the undersigned commissioner, wiu
sell at public auction, at the Court nouse door,
on Monday ,9th of july,1888, at 11 o'clocJa. m,,
the following described real estate, situate in
the City of Wxlmington: . a.
lof TM htxrlririincr at. ft. TVilTlt In fhfl faS.tPTTl
line of second street 132 feet from the 8. . cor
ner of Second and Queen streets, thence Last
165 feet, thence South 66 feet, thence West It!
reet, tnence in on. 11 00 ieeu. w vuo ucjjxxxxxxii,
being western half of lot 3, block 60.
Anil T hxMtinlnrr at tha V W Mrnr Af HAl
xxiu. xwu uvxxxxxxxxg mv jv x.. 11 -2
ond and Castle streets, thence North 63 feet.
running West that width sz ieet, Deing JuasT.
part of lot 6, block 87. .
Trf. Twcrf tint nc in tiorthftrn line of Castle
street, 82V teet Eaiit' ot Front street, thence
traat. mi tpt. rnnninc Tfnrth that width il.
feet, being middle part of lot 6, block 87.
J f Vt Tnl- tuxrfnnlnir at fhoW If PAmprflf K(P.
ond and Castle streets, thence 'North 66 feet,
runnlntr East that width 165 feet, belnz West
half of lot 6, block 88. v
5th. Lot berfnnlne at the N. W. corner of
Princess and Twelfth streets. North 330 feet.
runnlne West that width 66 feet, being Last
parts of lots.l, 2, 3, 4 and 5. block 1?3.
ftth Tst twxrtnTilnop nr. thflrW W rttrflPr Of Plin-
cess and Twelfth streets, thee? North ss
feet, running East that width feet, beicg
west part of lots 1, 2. 3, 4 ana a. diock is j.
irth Txr rvurlnnfncr or. W. S , MftxTOmbPr'S Cor
ner on Newbern Road, thence North 413 f et ,
running isast tnat wiatn eo uxi uemsj xuiu
,xat- ntnta t q a nnfi r block 1KSJ. and let 5.
uoxv vm. ivis x , ' r--i. .
block 215, excepting therefrom a lot beginnir r
at a pomt idB iw x vi o. x- i-uim
Twelfth and chestnut streets, thence Last CJ
AVTl.i.-annth that nrlrtfh 1ff1. tr"
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part of lots l and 2, block 189.
v. nurlnnln(r In t rio KniltTlPrTl line Of JCfl Ti
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lficoiavia int. with siTrtJi street, thence . Soutu
33 feet, running East that width 75 feet.
part of West half of lot 2, block 308.
9tlL Beginning at the intersection of V..?
eastern line ot Front street and tne nortr.u-n
. D.iniuiniii oiiov An1 nmninT t v. ; r'
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eastwardly with said alley 33 feet 9 knouts,
thence - northwardly.- paraUel with i re - l
street-. &s icet v mtucij, iutuw nvotnui)
AAr.frtx.Ffi iinotf thA turn ktnrv r1
building to Front street, thence Southward-
... . Xa flirt hAMnrtnv V' - r
iy tnifl rToni ireci iu vaot - o
the western part ot lot 2, block 152.
TRrma cash, or one-third cash, one-third cn
a credit of six months and One-third at twe 1 v e
months, at the optlon-of the purchaser.
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