Advertisement Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Sat, Jun 7, 1873.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, June 7, 1873

By Charles C. Kohl,ir; *7 yj ?j r.fil ■ 1 ■y -fy;'* i,\oJCs Xi IBroker and Auctioneer, 53 W. ThirdSix Beantiful Building Sites inthe Village oflt;*AT AUCTION. ,On SATURDAY MORNING, Jane 7,1873,At 11 o’clock, will be gold at public auction, on the premises, six beautiful building sites In the village of Westwood, said lots being of various sizes, and ranging from 3 to 8 acres each, and fronting directly opposite the fine residences of J. M. Miller, J. D. Minor, H. M. Ernst, and others, and are situated just south of the Westwood school.The property lies well, being sufficiently back from the pike to be free from dust, and being easily accessible and in a pleasant neighborhood, makes it verydedrabie.,. :M .. .Terms—One-third cash, balance hi one and two years, secured by mortgage on the premises, hearing 6 per cent interest.Title good and sale posi ti ve._Je5-3tBy Chas. C. Kohi,Real Estate Broker and Auctioneer, 52 W. Third st.JP11SE1 RKSIDENCKI 2NT W B8T W O O 33,AT AUCTION.On Saturday Morning, June 7, 1873, at 10o’clock,On the premises, will be sold at public auction, the fine residence of JOHN D. MINOR, Esq., in the village of Westwood, on the'Harrison pike. Just beyond the city limits, located just south of the new school-house. The houae is a frame of 11 rooms, cellar, Ac., all in good order; good barn, stable, carriage, and cowhouses, 3 large cisterns, well, Ac. The lot contains about 10 acres of ground, well set with an abundance of large and small fruit, and shrubbery of all kinds.This is an excellent piece of dwelling property, the location is pleasant, surroundings in every respect first-class, and being convenient to churches, goodschools, stores, Ac., makes it very desirable and well worthy the attention of purchasers.Terms—One-third cash; balance in one and two years—secured by mortgage, hearing 6 per cent, lnj terest. Title good and sale positive. Je4-3t-4,5,7