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THB OMSSJBfA BEE/ TUESDAY * TKTSto ; '
STOP PAYING RENT.
We respectfully invite Your perusal of tlie following method and terms
for securing a home.
The Patrick Land Company makes the following * liberal propositions to parties wishing1 to build
homes in a first class location , with streets all graded and surroundings guaranteed by conditions in
all deeds. No business of any kind permitted in the residence district of Dundee Place.
PROPOSITION NO , 1 :
200 feet frontage $4,4OO
Building loan for house costing $4,000. 4OOO
Terms of Payment.
Cash $1,400 .
Eighteen months 60O
Twenty-four months 600
Thirty months 6OO
Thirty-six months 600
WOAfR 4.OOO & 8.4OO
PROPOSITION NO Z :
IOO feet frontage . $2,2OO
Building loan for house costing $2,5OO. 2.5OO
Terms of Payment.
Cash . $700
Twelve months . 300
Eighteen months. . . ' . 300
Twenty-four months . . . . 300
Thirty months . , ' 300
Thirty-six months . 30O
Increased Loans Made to Those Building Larger Houses.
Parties wishing the most desirable sites should select the ground now and arrange to build when
the season opens.
Lots will be sold to those wishing a safe and profitable investment , whether they build this springer
or not. OUR SALESMEN ARE ALWAYS .READY TO SHOW THE GROUNDS.
THE PATRICK LAND COMPANY ,
SOLE OWNERS OF .DUNDEE PLAGE ,
Room 25 , Chamber of Commerce ,
W. H. CRAIG , President. N. D. ALLEN , Vice-Fresident. W. K. KURTZ , General Manager
THE GRACE CHURCH TROUBLE
Pastor Mlnoharfc Makes Some
WOLVES IN SHEERS' CLOTHING.
flo Clinrces Members or Ills Flock
IVI Hi Increasing Their Rovonuoa
In a Way That Shocks Com
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LINCOLN , March 4. )
At tlio close Of tlio service at Grace M. E.
Church last night occurred ono of ttio most
dlsgiucoful scenes over witnessed In the
city. Uov. Davis , editor oftho _ Nebraska
Methodist , preached tlio sermon of tlio even
ing , mid at its conclusion Uov. $ llnehart took
tlio pulpit aud commenced an harangue ,
inllilly stating In the beginning of his re
marks that it was allowable In the Methodist
church for the pastor to oxtiorl at the oloso
of preaching service , and ho proposed to ex-
liort invlillo. For more thun an hour ho In
dulged in a tirade of invective against cer
tain members of his HOCK , well nigh , If not
Quite , exhausting his well stored vocabulary ,
lie charged that some of the members of nis
Church proforfnd to rent houses to prosti
tutes rnthor than to decant people , providing
they could got a dollar or two a month
more for thorn. Ho tallied polltloi pro
hibition arraigned his pcoplo t for voting
license tickets , accused some of thorn of
polling mortgaged lots under protcnso that
they wore Ireo from incumbranoo. Ho
lumped from ono subject to another , and
. told the story of the tioublo in the church
from beginning to end. Ho was interrupted
frequently. In the midst of ono of his
tlnulci , when ho reached a sublime height
by exclaiming , "Why don't you prefer
churls against such men if you want to
discipline anybody I" a good brother re
buked him by saying. "That's your business ,
Why dou't you do itf" and tl.e exhorter retorted -
torted by Buying , "I liavo the Moor now , and
I won't bo interrupted. " Sharply it came
buck to him , "Tnat's what's the
matter with the church. You have
hold the lloor too long. " Hodhtui broka
lopt > o. The nudienco cheered mid clapped
fmmls. Tor once , at least , Mlnolmrt evi
dently found out that ho did not huvu things
hln own way.
Mr. Cielgliton Indicated at the morning
Bcrvlco that ho did not approve the course of
the pastor In all things.
Kuv. Davis expostulated with him during
his tliade , and was told m u polite way to
mind his own business. *
Tlio scandal , Just closed at St. Paul's , was
unearthed and dissected , and Just such an
other tlmo has never boon known In church
circled In this city. .Minohurl , It Is said by
Bomo , Is crazy. His action lust night Is cans ,
ing his friends to desert him by tbo
score. Hut Investigation Is Just at
hand. Whtlo formal charges have not been
preferred against him , It is understood that
Ihoy will bo handed in to-day or to-morrow ,
nnd that his bearing and utterances of last
night will bo Incorporated Into thorn , Mino-
faort stutod that ho would bo ready for the
fray In two sucocdb after the charges were
formally made , tending to dismiss him. "I
want no two weeks , " ho exclaimed ; " 1 am
hero In stay until a legal authority soys 1
must go. I have tukon a saorod vow to my
Mauler , U it becomes necessary , to sacrlllro
money , homo , friends , wife , children , any
thing 1 poscss , in this struggle with the duvlt
to conquer. My anemia * and the emissaries
of the devil have brought on this light , and
until ( hidings of fact * have boon made , I ask
the world's charity , "
lu the Court Ilonnt.
The case ol Trcstor v the Missouri Pa-
clnu railroad company is not yet ended , and
when TUB HKIS representative loft the court
room to day , it scorned UK though it would bo
u stroke of good luck should the Jury take
the t'abt > to-night , and leuvo the war open for
. othOr UtlKBiiU to-morrow. , Tuts lieu ufll-
clently stated all the nolnU at Unuo , aud all
that need be further said is that as tlio fight
proceeds it grows hotter nnd fiercer. It is a
long tlmo since so strongly a contested case
has been tried in Lancaster county. Iho
equity side of the court seems to have bulged
out through the sides or dropped through
the bottom. Jurtgo Chapman was hero this
morning , but the black "call board" was as
the stain of a
clean as black may Do-not
chalk murk Indicating any oases to bo tried
" 'Isabella ' and David Stewart vs Uosa A.
nnu William C. Van Uildor is the title for an
action for damages commenced in the dis
trict court of Lancaster county this morning.
This case Is the outcrowth of an action bo-
twecn tlio same parties to recover possession
of some realty , the tltlo of whloh rested In
Elizabeth Stewart , but which was traded
nnd sold for property In Omaha , the tltlo of
which was maao to Kosa A. Van Glider , and
plaintiff without ccp-iit-
thus loft the principal -
able Interest in any of the property in can-
trovorsy nnd without consideration. Tins
situation It seems , from the papers flled in
the case , was brought about by the sharp
deals on the pain of William C. Van Gilder ,
who was the acting agent for Mrs. btowart
in the disposition of Mrs. Stowurt's prop
erty. Ho first traded Lincoln property be
longing to her for an interest in a
farm out from the city a few miles , vesting
the title in the litigants , in the order
as stated in the title of the Case. After
a time Van Gililer saw a chance for a deal in
Omaha property , and sceuicd tue transfer of
nil the interests In the farm , to secure the
property In question , but In turn had the full
tltlo vested in his wife. Suit wus first brought
to recover possession of the original property
in this oily nnd now comes the case as stated
nilocinc damages in the sum of $7.081 , for
which the petitioner liruys , and for costs of
New Notaries Public.
The following notarial appointments were
made by Governor Thuycr to-day t
V. L. Houston , Kearney , HutTulo county ;
James M. Shuoy , Lowlston , Pawnee county ;
John Pinter. Dorchester , Sallno county ; 11.
li. Wood , JClwood , Gospor county ; Lake
Hrldontlml , Wymore , Gage county ; Goorco
Lcggp , Otnnna , Douglas county ; O. L.
Given , Kearney , Buffalo county ; Galen .T.
Kluhmond , Vcrnongo. Perkins county ;
Klinpr 14 , Lowe. Dunning , Blaine county ;
Frank Gobhart , Omaha , Douglas county ;
John F. Klnglcr , Alliance , Box Butte
county ; Neils Larson , \Vost Point , Cuniiug
county ; Thomas Walling. Plattsmouth , Cuss
county ; A. Hampton , Davenport , Thayer
The Supreme Court.
The following cases wore Illod for trial lu
the supreme court of the stnto to-day :
Edward R Davis vs Harvey W. Gldding *
ot al ; error from Gage county.
The State of Nebraska ex rol Isaac N.
Godard ; quo warranto.
Hurllncton fe Missouri Rivnr Railroad
Company vs. Samuel Wullaco ; error from
Juntos Meyers vs , John Beulc ; error from
City Nc\vn nnil Notes.
Hon. Bench I. Hlnmun , the loader of
democracy in Lincoln county , Is in tlio city.
Hon. H. R Cady. of the Chicago Lumber
company , Omntm , is nt the Capital. "No
politics In mine , but business , " said the hon
Prof. lUuohdorn , of Nebraska City , is
hero. He says ho cauio to the city to cause
tbo arrest of ono Hridgmnn for perjury.
Brlilginan , It Is charged , lx > ru false witness in
a recant trial In the county court of Otoe
county , in which the professor was inter-
ottcd. Uluehdorn's man had skipped.
Tbo proprietors of Salvation Oll.tho great
est euro on earth for pain , will pay a largo
reward If any certificate published by them
is not found gonulnu ,
Tom , Dlok and Harry appear again with
their grandmother's recipes forcouphs , etc , ,
but the people know Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup
too well. _
A. "New Yorker's" ( juoxtlonB.
A Bcullomun styling himself J'Now
Yorker , " is Informed that there Is no society
In this city composed exclusively of former
residents of Now York ; so far as known
thoru Is no excursion by now Yorkers , now
residing lu Nebraska , projected for the 100th
anniversary of the inauguration of Presi
dent Washington , April 30. The correspond
ent suggests that if such an excursion could
bo arranged cheaper I'atca might bo secured
and -more enjoy taeut experienced.
DUST AND IVlI/rll.
"Why They Cannot bo nemovcct from
tlio Streets of Oniulia.
The streets of Omaha are dirty very dirty
just now and every puff of wind sends the
lllthy dirt Hying Into the faces of the pedes
trians upon the streets , except where
the wind has no Influence upon the
reeking filth which lines the gutters and cov
ers the surface of the streets.
It rests with the chairman of the board of
public works to set the time in the spring
when street cleaning shall bo commenced.
Mr. Balcombe , however , asserts that It Is
not feasible to clean the streets at this time
ns the cleaning requires sprinkling , and ,
whllo the temperature is moderate enough
during the day , after nightfall , the water
sprinkled on the streets would freeze and
clanlng would bo impossible.
Lust year the street cleaning commenced
In February , nnd 81,700 was expended
on the Work , but the board claims
that , at that tlmo , the work was absolutely
necessary owing to the snow and slush ,
whereas the streets this year , Mr. Uulcombo
thinks , are comparatively clean.
There "seems to bo some misunderstanding
nt to whoso duty It is to see that alleys are
kept clean. The olilof of police BIWS It is the
business of the bourd of public wonts , nnd
the members of the board says the duty de
volves upon the police.
The fact remains , however , that the filthy
condition of the nlleys has been n disgrace to
the city. While thostrcbts have been swept
weekly , the alloys hnvo been allowed to become -
come nnd remain as dirty as they over were
before they wcro paved. Against this con
dition there will be , this year , n cru
sade and before long it will bo ascertained
who Is responsible for this state of affairs.
For nearly a third of a century those
delicious , pure anil economic prepara
tions , Van Duzor'a Flavoring Kxtnicts.
have led the vanguard in popularity 01
articles of their class , nor lias disparag
ing coinpotlUon boon able to shako for
a single day the faith reposed in thorn
by the American people. The bottles
of thcso extracts contain surplus meas
ure , a point of superiority over rivals ,
nnd the process by which they are prepared -
pared prevents n contamination with
any deleterious substance.
A iionsi-3 rou $1.
Anil Extremely Doir Even nt Tlint
There was trouble nl Pete Turkleson's sa
loon on Sixteenth street Sunday afternoon ,
and it was all over a radio. The prize was a
horse , and when the winner saw it bo came
back and offered to sell it for $1 , The pur
chaser then inspected it and managed to dis
pose of It to Henry Thlssor for 50 cents , before -
fore the latter saw it. Then Henry looked ,
nnd was willing to soil It or glvo It awny , and
while endeavoring to do so booamo Involved
lu a quarrel with a man that would not takn
It us u gift. They both wore arrested , and
yesterday morning wore Hnod 15 and costs.
In the meantime Garbagomastor Goldsmith
was compelled to shoot the horse , which wus
in the last stages of consumption , and Just as
Henry was leaving the polloo court Mr.
Goldsmith presented the usual bill-far 2.50.
funeral expenses. That was also paid , and
after registering ono great swear-off bgamst
radios for horses. Henry left the room Just
A piano conversation was given by Miss
Amy Fay , at Max Meyer's muslo hall , lost
evening. The prograuio contained r.ino num
bers from such authors as Ueethovoii. Gott-
schulk , Kaubenstoln , Wagner , Chopin and
other * of like fame. It was a great social
and musical succeis.
An Absolute Cure.
The ORIGINAL ADIET1NE OINT
MENT U only put up In large two ounoa tin
boxes , and Is an absolute cure for old soroa ,
burns , wounds aud chuppud hands , and all
skin eruption * . Will positively euro all
kinds of piloa. Ask for the ORIGINAL All-
1ETINB OINTMENT. Sold by Goodman
Drug Co. , at 23 cents per box by mull BO
SHANE IS BETWEEN FIRES.
Contractors Fiprht on Ono and
Myors on the Otbor Sido.
THE CONTRACTORS HEARD FROM.
Mr. Moycrs Has Made No ftcsponsc
Work Suspended On tlio Uuikl-
IIIR and Mr. Ki > ss Acting
Sliano and the Contractors.
The contractors for the erection of the
county hospital write to the BBK as follows :
Will you kindly'allow us npaeo In your col
umns to reply to some of the statements
made by the whilom superintendent of the
county hospital , in his communication to the
county commissioners relative to Meyers
and the public building. In all the contro
versy had on this matter by the newspapers ,
wo have singularly managed to iccop free ,
and would not now appear In print but to
correct the false Impression possibly created
In the minds of the public , by reading the
Impotent vaporings of an angry man's imag
ination. Wo had Intended to take no part in
the light between the architect and superin
tendent , preferring to lot them settle their
differences between themselves ; but , since
our nnmo has been connected with an Im
puted scandal relative to tha county hospi
tal , wo think that the tlmo has arrived when
wo are to take a part , and n very active part
In settling the squabble that exists between
an acknowledged loader In his profession of
architects , and an Incompetent superintend
ent In raforcnco to his being offered * 1,000
for anything that ho could or might do for
us , is absolutely untrue. Wo court and advise -
vise the fullest , strictest and most fearless
Investigation by not only those who are the
most Intorestcd , but by the public at largo.
At that investigation , wo will clearly prove
Shane a sneak and a liar , whoso only do-
slro and apparent ambition is to breed
dissension and foment quarrels amongst
those with whom ho lu brought In contact
in business. Wo will also clearly demon
strate to whoever may fool Interested , the
utter impracticability-and Incapability of D.
L. Slmno to porform-tho duties of the posi
tion to which ho was appointed , and for
which ho received stOO per month. Wo will
show , further , that had U not been for the
intercession of friends ho would have been
removed from the supcrlntcndonoy of con
struction of the county'court house for the
same reason , Incapability , Wo will show
that the report of tbo committee of exports
referred to In his communication was not In
vindication of Shano's'ftbllity , as ho was only
nominally the superintendent , ami his time
on the work averaged , not more than ono
hour per week : but , rather , a vindication of
the superintendent lnj fact , who was called
assistant , but has been on the work con
stantly from 7 u. in , to , 5 p. in. every day
from the beginning until now. He is the
man that guvo Shaho 'whatever ' knowledge
he possesses about construction of the
county hospital. Wo will also show that ,
from the tlmo Shane accepted the position ho
has sought to decoy and besmirch tbo ability
of a man whose reputation In his profession
is national , bosldo whom Sliano is an iiiBitr-
nltioaut pigmy , and not to bo considered ;
and , lastly , we will show thai ho not oaly
connived with the Iroa men , but that ho ad-
vlttod the expenditure of a sum of
money on the part of the county to the
amount of $13,000 for extra Iron on the roof
claiming that from the Information begot
from the said Iroa men not from his practi
cal knowledge the original design would
not sustain its own weight , and this. In the
fact ) ol the fact that the architect Insisted
the roof was strong enough and must bo put
up as designed , Events have proven Meyers
was right , and Sbano elthoi a designing
knave or u miserable incompetent. Why
does ho not let us know what was the con
sideration for hU advocacy o ( that steal , for
the benefit of the Iron men t If , as ho bays ,
tlmt this offer ot f 1,000 wus made last July ,
why , if he Is an honest man , did bo not , In
ulsrlghtcou * Indignation , aud for the inter
est of Douglas county , make it public then ,
nnd not wait until discharged for incohipo-
tency before kicking buck ? Oh , what an in
tensely honest man he is I How the loss of
a sinecure altccts some people's mind. In
conclusion , wo emphatically deny that we
over paid a cent to any ono Connected with
the county hospital , nearer remote , for any
influence tlmt could bo used lu obtaining
extra work for us.
The resignation of Suporinlendcnt Shaho
of the couutv hospital building will not bo
acted upon until the commissioners hear
from Architect Myers. They are now waitIng -
Ing for n statement that ho acrecd to prepare
and forward Immediately after returning
homo. In the muantimo , work bus boon bus-
ponded on the buildlnir nnd Assistant Super
intendent Koss is in charge.
A clergyman , nflor years of suffering
from that loathsome disease , Catarrh ,
and vainly trying avery known remedy ,
at last found a recipe which completely
cured and saved him from death. Any
sulToror From this dreadful dlsctiso send
ing a solf-acldressed stamped envelope
to' Prof. J , A. Lawrence , 88 Warren St. ,
New York City , will receive the recipe
free of charge.
What n Ijendinu _ Heal Kstnto Mnn
SIIVH About It.
W. K. Kurtz , general manager of the
Patrick Land company , says the real estate
outlook for the coming season is excellent ,
nnd predicts a largo realty business for
Omaha. Kverylhing seems to bo getting m
better shane , and the trade certainly feels
very sanguine of brisk times , though we
want no great boom , but a strong , healthy
growth , which I think wo will surely havo.
"Our city Is ouito lareo enough and full
enough of activity to natisfy strangers com
ing hero to locate , Omaha Is a good place
both to live in nnd to make money. Of course ,
wo have some kickers nnd chronic growlers
who want to abuse * every new enterprise ,
but I think wo are fast getting away from
the influence of such a class , and moving
right ahead , and tlmt very rapidly indeed.
"Wo all know that bolter railroad facilities
arc needed for the northwest and I think With
the co-operation of the board of trade , the
prominent clubs , nnd the real eatiUo men ,
the desired roads will noon bo built.
"Our company Is doing all that Is possible
to make ono attractive fcaturo for this grow
ing metropolis , Unit is a locality of elegant
homos , and wo are dovnlopmg Dundcn piuco
In that direction ns rapidly us can bo dune.
I think that most citizens will agree with
mo that our efforts the past six or eight
months have bean the means of helping
largely to develop the western pnrt of the
city and induced a large number to build
"Tho western part Is really a very good
residence locality. Tbo ground Is high and
away fronfThe necessary smoke and odor of
"As to street railways , I will sav that
more are needed , but , as ypu know , Omahft
like many western cities is greatly scattered
and requires tune. Everything can't be done
at onco. Our road will bo built aim in opera
tion by tbo early fall , and if nn other road
should parallel with ours that far west wo
will then have a good paying business from
The indications are that a large number of
new manufacturing establishments will be
added to the industries of the city this
George Qulgloy , of Missouri , is hero , ne
gotiating with certain capitalists to build and
operate an establishment for the
manufacture of paper walls and
portable" houses. Mr , Qulgloy is tlio
Inventor of the scheme of manufacture and
now has a largo factory In operation near
Kansas City. Owing to tbo lack of suitable
straw for the manufacture of the paper , nnd
for other reasons , ho desires to move the es
tablishment to u more desirublo location ,
itud Is very favorably impressed with
Omaha.It is his desire , however , to branch
out upon a larger scale than ho Is engaged In
nt present , and for this reason ho desires to
have additional capital associated with him.
Negotiations that have been pending between -
twoon Mr. Qulcioy and some Omaha gcntlo-
men will undoubtedly lead to the establish
ment of the Industry hero , nnd If that is the
case an establishment 10 cost 3100.000 will
be put In. nnd from ono to live hundred-men
will bo given employment.
A syrup making and refining factory will
bo built by Furrol & Co. , nt the corner of
Farnam and Eighth streets. Half of the
building will be of brick , seven stories high
and the other half four and a half stories
hleh and 5x00 feet in length nnd breadth.
The building to to bo ready for use by the
first of July. Seventy-five men will DC given
Murphy & Wasoy of Detroit , will begin
the erection of n $5'J,000 chair and mattress
factory at Druids hill as soon as the weather
will permit. This is ono of the largest chair
manufacturing companies In the west and
they conduct business upon a larco scale
only , employing scores of men nt each of
Two mammoth warehouses will bo erected
by George N. Trautmnn , of Philadelphia ,
on Lcavenworth street between Eighth and
Hector , Wilhcmy & Co. , will bo build a
largo warehouse to cost 10,000 , , on the cor
ner of Tenth nnd Jackson ,
George T. Mills will build a magnificent
brick store building on Fnniam between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
F. W. Gray has Just completed n largo
glazier shop , to bo conducted In connection
with his Biish , door and blind factory , which
now gives employment to 100 men.
Fred Ames , of Boston , Is getting figures
upon two warehouses , each 00x1112 , whic.li ho
Is to nrcct nt the corner of Twelve nnd
Howard streets , and to cost f 1(20,000. (
John F. Coots , tuc builder , says that the
architects uro after him to llgura on their
The American Ink aud Manufacturing
company contemplate locating hero and look
ing for a location.
An agent Is hero consulting M. S. Llndsav
with a view to establishing a works lu which ,
to bottle California wines.
There nrJ people on the ground who are
desirous of establishing a handle factory.
Laborers and tiradcrn Strike.
About ono hundred graders working for
Clark & Sewers on a lot nt South Eleventh
and Williams , struck ydsterday for high
er wages. The laborers had been getting ji
per day and tno teamsters $ U. The laborers
asked fora raUo to $1.50 nnd the tonmsters
K. This was refused and the mujorlty quit
work , Some trouble was experienced over
the drawiiiK of pavbut tlio employers agreed
to pay oil nil \ylio had quit , at r > p , m.
Mr. lit n ton Finds tlmt of Each t'ost-
oflloo Site Offered.
No estimate can bo made as to how much
seine pcoplo would glvo for a pointer on the
postofllco location , but the anxiety In certain
quartets is cortnlnly at a high tension.
Agent Linton has boon very mum , Ho
heard what every ono had to say at the
Saturday night nicotine but said nothing in
In reply. It must bo admitted that ho took
nil pains Imaginable to find out everything
Ire could about the various locations offered ,
and before leaving for Wnshingtoh.thts afternoon -
noon , had compiled a great , bundle of facts
nnd llgures for his own information ns also
that of the nrchiteut's ofllco In Washington.
in determining upon a slto for the proposed
Yesterday morning , ho nnd Postmaster
Gallagher were nt the court house
procuring a list of the tnx-lovioa
upon each of the blocks for which
proposals have been mado. The former says
that all the money saved in purchasing n site
will go Into tno building. While there will
be no dickering- between the government nnd
bidder , probably the price asked will. have
something to do with making a selection. It
will bo seen that the tax valuation differs
very materially from the figures placed by
owners upon their property. For Instance/ , .
block i)4li ) , put In by John A. Cremhton at
f 100,000 , is assessed nt eiS,800 ; block 80. by
G. M. Hitchcock and Hyron Heeds , bill nt
? 100,000 , , at V-ii : ; block 80 , offered by
George W. A mco for fctlllUXX ) , nt
JIO , y)3 ; ) ; block 87 , held at $400,000 , by J , H.
McCormlck , the McCagucs , nnd others ,
stands on the county uobks at flO,010 ( ;
The bloclc bounded by Seventeenth street ,
Capital avenue. Eighteenth and Davenport
streets , offered by Judge Neville nt $33 : ,000 ,
is assessed nt Sit.OlO ; block 53 , put In by L.
Y. Morse at 8237,000. i assessed nt MliJ55 ;
the Lowo-Hoaglund property , for winch
f 100,001) Is asked , nt $27,000 ; block
103 , Just north of tha Goon hotel , put in at
$341,000. is assessed nt $33.405 1 the MoCor-
miuk block , No. 141 , hold at $100,000 , in
down nt 18,3 $ I ; block 188 , corner of
Tenth and Farnam , assessed nt 934,770 , is
offered for ! .10HOO | Hitchcock's Capitol ad
dition put in at f 185,009. IH listed at 10,000 ;
bloclc 114 , Andrew llosowatcr's' bid at
faoO.OOO , Is assessed nt rJS.lM ; the "Urlggn
Plnco , " for which $100,000 Is asked , passes
tax muster at ? IO,00 , ; block t > 9 , by Crclghton
and Ambrose at f'437,000 , la down nt
pl)5r ) : ) > : block 73. is assessed at 7 , 17 ;
41 at f2G,31f > , butHydu park Is not taken into
Fisher Pnntinp Co. , 1011 Farnam St. ,
telephone 12UI , blank book makers , etc.
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