sale of RH Bowles property

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sale of RH Bowles property - BY MASH HODGSOH. THAT ELIGIBLE BRICK RESIDENCE,...
BY MASH HODGSOH. THAT ELIGIBLE BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 230 Camp street Between St. Joseph and Delord streets. THE COMFORTABLE FRAMX RKSI . " - DENCJE, - . , No. 246 Canal street, Between Franklin and Treme streets. ' SIXTEEN VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND In the rear of the First District. Enccees'on of Robert H. Bowles, deceased. SecoLd District Court, Parish of Orleans - Docket No. 34,663. ON LONG CREDIT AT PUBLIC AUCTION. B1 Y NASH HODGSON W. L Hodgson. Anrtloneer Office o. ia caronaeiet stzeec On SATURDAY. April 13, 1878, at 12 o'clock, M - at the et. diaries Auction uiuuin, in the basement rotunda of the HU Charles Hotel, in this city, by virtue and in pursuance of an order of the Hon. A. L. Tissot, Judge ot the Second Second District Court for the parish of Orleans, dated March 11, 1878, docket No. 84,663, for account of the succession of R. H. Bowles, deceased, deceased, at public auction, will be sold L A VALUABLE LOT OF OROUND, tO gether with all the buildings and improvements thereon, situated in the first District of this city, in the square bounded by Camp, Magaaine, St. Joseph and Deloid streets, measuring, in American measure. 31 feet 11 inches and 6 lines front on Camp street, by a depth of 127 leet 10 Inches and 5 lines, all more or less, between parallel lines. The improvements consist Of A SPLENDIDLY SPLENDIDLY BUILT AND NEARLY NEW TWO - STORY BRICK RESIDENCE. WITH TWO - STORY BRICK BACK BUILDINGS, all slate roof, a novo as Now S30 Camp street, and contain contain 8 hall, handsome arched parlors, dining - room, pantries, closets, kitchen, ironing room etc, below, below, with hall aad some five or six bed chambers above, gas throughout cistern aad hydrant, carriage carriage entrance, yard flagged, all In splendid order order and condition, and leased to Walter L Bell. Esq., until Sept. 30, next at the low rental ot $40 per annum. 2. A VALUABLE LOT OF OROUND, together together with all the buildings and improvements tbereon, sitnated in the Second District ot this city, in the square bounded by Canal, Customhouse, Customhouse, Franklin and Treme streets, designated s lot No. 2, and measures 26 feet 7 inches and 5 lines front on Canal street, by a depth between parallel lines of 114 feet, a 1 more or lens, American American measure. The improvements consist ot a TWO - STORY FRAME SLATED RESIDENCE, RESIDENCE, known as No. 245 Canal street, containing containing some 8 rooms altogether, gas throughout, throughout, cistern, front garden, yard paved, etc., all in fair repair, leased until September 30, next, at the nominal rent ot S4eO per annum. 3. SIXTEEN VALUABLE LOTS OF GROUND, situated in the First Dlntrlct of this city, in the square No. 11, bounded by Gravler, Common, cortez and St. John streets, designated as 1 os. 6 to 20 inclusive, and No. 32, fonntBg one - half of the entire square and measuring as fellow a to wit: Lots Nos. 6, 7, 8. 9 and 10 front on Gravler street, and Nos. 16, 17, Its, 19 and 20 front on Common sereet, each 82 feet 5 inches and 7 tines front by a depth of 120 feet; Nos. 11, 12, 13, 14, 16 and 32 measure each 30 feet 11 inches front on Bt. John street by a depth of 162 feet 5 inches and 3 lines, all between parallel lines, American measure, being the same property acquired by R H. Bowles, deceased, from U. P. Bouaey, as per art before W. H. Peters, late notary, on the 25th March, 1867. The whole as per plans on exhibition at tie place of sale. Terms and Conditions One - third cash, and the balance at one aad two years, in equal payments, payments, with eight per cent interest from da of sale, and all the usual security clauses, including special mortgage with vendor's lien, 5 perc.nt. - ior attorney's fees in case of suit, and insurance and transier of policies. The purchasers to as - sumo, over and above their bids, a. 1 taxes due and exigible, or to become due, after January 1, 1878, and for the year 1878. l.n per cent, of all bids to be paid cash on the spot to bind the sales. Acts of sale before Ardrew Hero, Jr., notary public, at the expense of the purchasers. mhl3 17 24 31 ap6 - td j

Clipped from The Times-Picayune13 Mar 1878, Wed[First Edition]Page 6

The Times-Picayune (New Orleans, Louisiana)13 Mar 1878, Wed[First Edition]Page 6
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