The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, August 07, 1896, Page 2, Image 2

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AMERICAN
BICYCLE CIRC ALL NIGHT.
fcaasrs Hmd Mar M Iblags ThM
Ml mhm nm'i Hi J.
The girl bo thinks that ih great
est Joy In tif l a mH"P o't th iro n
roaU of th park 1(1 th- early uiortilnf
whrn the trcr ar trl. klmg lth dia
mond tlowilropn, h . blriU twitter
lng aer thi-lr roffr and roll, and lb
qtilrrl rotlli'kltiit abotit on the dew
dronrhcd rnirraM ar.l. ha aba.ilutely
1.0 tiiN4lhy with the mal.lr'u who 1
content to rltlo along the boulevard
astride a wherl, hr nrtru-r thubi in
caiu'd In I'liKMium and It'KgiiiK. hr
chin uVclilf dly "sot" and hrl fagt
flxl on om obJct l-fir hT, with a
drtot initiation to III or die.
All the same the bicycle maid In hap
py. She know ah It only one of
many, and that her stoed l rhr-an and
thwrful, ralhor than coMly, ami slly
tamed; that ah does not have black
smith' bill and other proofs of aristo
cratic Indebtedness, and that ahi hat to
do all Ihe work If ah la to net th
frcla; but nevertheleaa ah la happy.
The bicycle girl know a great di'al more
about the country than doe th ordin
ary city girl who doe not rlR She
knows bow green the grass Is, and how
pretty the aky looks as iwn through
veil of Interlacing leaves and
branches. She becomes acquainted
with the feathery little people who Itve
In cojy nests and who have very well
trained voices, although they don't
eem to think It necessary to ruin nil
ImprcRstirlo In order to let the world
hear them. She knows that the green
velvet sward Is brocaded with white
star flowers In day, and that after that
come the pink hawthorn and the fra
grant trailing arbutus and the hooded
violets. She can tell you If It Is going
to be a fine day by merely looking at
the clouds in the west, and she can
guide you home In the evening by look
ing at the stars. She learns a good
deal bexlde the proper sort of gnrtcrs
to wear, and the right make of wheel
to rldo; but, then, some girls prefer
horses.
rlll "Tltanlani."
In his book on "The Study of Celtic
Literature," Arnold showed that one of
the qualities which the English peo
ple admire moat In some of their poets
is the very quality which, above all
others, is the distinguishing character
latlo of the Celtic bards, and that Oa
Ian in particular la saturated and per
vaded with the quintessence of this
trait. To denote this characteristic
trait of Celtic poetry Arnold used the
word Titanium. No one has defined
Titan Ism, but it hns been caricatured
In the saying, "The Celtic mind seems
always sailing now here under full sail."
Those who wished to know the full
meaning of the word were recommend
ed to discover It by devout study of
Byron and Keats. "And where did
they get it?" asks Arnold. "The Celts,"
he answers, "are the prime authors of
thia vein of piercing regret and pa.i
alon, of this Titanlsm in poetry. A
famous book, Macpherson's 'Osslan,'
carried In the Inst century this vein
like a flood of lava through Europe.
Make the part of what is
forged, modern, tawdry, spurious, in
the book as large as you like, there will
still be left a residue of the very soul
of the Celtic genius In it. and which
has the proud distinction of having
brought this soul of the Celtic genius
Into contact with the genius of the
nations of modern Europe by it. Woody
Morven, and cohering Lora, and Selma,
with its silent hnlls, we all owe them a
debt of gratitude, and, when we are un
just enough to forget It, may the Muse
forget us," Mncmillan's Magazine.
Why th Was Vacant.
In a crowded Hroadway theater as
the overture was closing every seat In
the orchestra circle was taken except
one. That one was "115," third from
the aisle. A young man in immaculate
evening dress and his companion, a
young woman faultlessly arrayed, had
the first two Beats. The vacant seat
was next.
"Charlie took luncheon at the club
to-day," said a young man who sat in
the front row of the balcony to a frien J
In the next seat. "He is In a terrible
way and drank entirely too much. He
confided to me that his fiancee had de
clared their engagement off last night.
By Jove! There he goes now down the
center aisle."
The young man referred to as
"Charlie" walked down the center
aisle with an air that showed he was
killing time rather than seeking pleas
ure. The usher stood at row "H" and
then pointed to the vacant Beat.
"Charlie" started to enter. The young
lady rose to allow him to pass. Their
eyes met, and quickly turning he
walked from the theater. The seat re
mained vacant during the perform
ance. New York Herald.
A Young Girl an t a tittle Bur.
A few days ago Miss Grace Duckett
had quite an adventure. While return
turning in the evening from one of her
neighbor's Miss Grace met a bear. In
stead of fcreaming and running, she,
with the help of her dog, forced bruin
up a tree, where she left him till she
could go to one of the neighbor's for
help. A. D .McDougall went with her
to the place where the bear was treed.
Miss Duckett herself cut the tree dow n
and when it fell they succeeded in cap
turing the bear alive. It proved to be a
fine cub, ond is very lively. Colvllla
(Wash.) Index.
Easy.
Jones (observing Smith passing) I'll
bet I know where Smith is going."
Brown Is he sober?
Jones Yes.
Brown Oh that's dead easy. The
Capital, Washington.
10,000 Worth of Religion.
A resolute Christian lady if Indian
arjolis who has been expelled from the
Garden Street Baptist church, has
brought suit against the pastor and the
official board of the churcn tor nu.uuu
Tbp Only Via;
to go to California without delays or
anoyance, and In comfort, it via THE
UNION PACIFIC
You coo'l have to change cart, and
you get there several hour ahead of
all other Hoe.
For time tab'.et or other Information,
call on A. C. Dunn, City Tat. & Tlcaet
Agent, 1.102 Farnam ST.
Meaxtert.
Tbe enormou engine! that haul
"Tna Northwestern Line" OMAHA
CIUCAGO SPECIAL eat at 6:30,
evening, (17. P. depot) and Into Chi
cago at 9:30 next morning Well
worth taking a Utile time tote them
nothing Id this country like them
nearly at high at the Union Depot, but
not quite at long.
City office, 1401 Farnam street.
ol tea Smooth.
The track of the UNION PACIFIC
are to smooth and the cart furnUhed
to complete that you can Imagine your
elfin your own luxurious apartment
at home.
Inspect the Buffet Library and Smok
ing Cart at they past through Omaha
every morning.
THE LITTLE HED SCHOOL
HOUSE A beautiful quartet or chorut
for mixed voice, In theet music, for
use in concert or campaign work.
Word by Uov. Jamet L. Elderdloe
Mutlo by J. C. Herbert. Fillmore
Hro., publisher, 119 W. 6 lb. St., Cin
cinnati, O., or 49 Bible House, New
York. Price 35 cent.
Dr. Kay's Renovator
It purifies and en
riches th blood
and Is the best nkrvi tonic yet discovered.
KIDUtYKURA
A sperltic lor Rheumatlua
and Kidney Disease.
W. It. DK KItANCK,
Attorney. 61 New York Life Building.
CllKKIFK'B 8ALR. By virtue of an order of
" aala Issued out of the district court for
IHitiKlas county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected, 1 will, i n the 1st day uf September, A.
I. lttl. at ten o'clock A. u. of said day at the
KAT front door of the county court home,
In tie city of Omnlia, I lunulas county, Ne
braska, null at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, the property described In
aald order of sals aa follows, to-wlt:
Lot number twou In block number twolre
(12) In Improvement Aamx'tHtloa Addition,
an addition ui tne city or umana, aa ur
veved. Dialled and recorded, all In Douula
county, Mute of Nebraska
Mild property to tie aoiu to atlHTY Home
Kir Insurant's Company of Omaha, Ne
hraaka, plaintiff herein, the aum of eleven
hundred and aeentv-He dollars illlTJ.um
Judifient, with Interna thereon Ht rate of
ten iim per cent per annum trout Bentember
it.lnt, IMS.
To ant wry the further aum or twsnty-flre
and Hi KM dollara itJS.SKl coata herein, to
gether with accruing coata. according to a
judgment rendered by the dlxtrlct court of
Mild Itounlaa county, at It September term,
A. 1). I MIS. In a ci rln'n action then and there
pendlnit. wherein The Home Klre Insurance
Com puny of Omaha, Nebraakn, la plaintiff,
and Samuel Mortenaen. Maria Moriersen.
Christian V. Maxtharaen and Mra. Maxtban
en. hla wife (first and real mime unknown).
Halthua Kramer and Joseph Kavan are de
fendant. Omaha, Nebraska, July 31st, iwm
John vv. Mcdonald,
Sheriff of Uoiinlus County, Nobraaka.
W. H. I)e France, attorney.
Home Klre Ins Co. vs. Mortenscn, et al.
Doc. 41), No. M. 1 31-5
W. M. 1U BSKIX,
Attorneys. tin New York Life Building.
SHKUIFK'S SALE By virtue of an order
of aale laaued out of the district court
for IkiuKlaa county, Nebraska and to me di
rected, 1 will, on the 1st day of September. A.
1. ISM. at ten o'clock a. M. of said day, at the
KAST front door of the county court house,
In the city ot Omaha, Douilas county. Ne
braska, aell at public auction to the hlxheat
bidder for canh. the properly deacrlbod In
ald order of tale a follows, to-wlt:
Lot number elitht (H) In bloc number
three (3i In Boyd's Addition to the cityot
Omiiha, aa surveyed, platted and recorded,
all In Kouiflim county, state of Nebraska.
Said property to lie sold to satisfy The
Michlftan Mutual Life Insurance Company ,
plaintiff herein, the aum of one thousand
four hundred and atxty and tU-lOu dollara
(I.Wn.HD) Judgment with Interest therror at
rate of ten (10) per cent per aunum from May
4th. m.
To satisfy the further aum of twenty and
S8-100 dollars iKl) &8 costs herein, lonether
with accruing costs, accordlcjt to a Judgment
rendered by the district court ot said Doug
las county, at Its May term, A. 1), lH'.Hl, In a
certain action then anu there pending,
wherein The Michigan Mutual Lire Insur
ance Company la plaintiff and Kllas Gllmore,
Martha A. Ollmore. The Mutual Investment
Company, Ueorie A. Hoaglnnd, Wlllard F.
Cadogan, Charles F. Harrison. Kecelver of
Dime Saving! Bank. D. It B nil ill at real
name unknown), and John L. Pierce, Ke
celver of The Mutual Investment Company,
are defend anta.
Omaha, Nebraska. July 31st. 18M.
johN w. Mcdonald.
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebraska.
Wm. H. Russell, attorney.
Mich. Mut. Lire Ins. Co. vs. Gllmore. et al.
Doc. Mi No. 2S. 7-31
V. It. TIFFANY,
Attorney, 627 New York Life Building,
SPECIAL MASTEK COMMISSIONER'S
Sale. Under and by virtue ot an order
of aale on decree of foreclosure of mort
gage. Issued out of the district court for
Douglas county. Nebraska, and to me direct
ed. 1 will, on the 1st day of September, A. D.
1XM, at ten o'clock A. u. of aald day at the
nor h front door of the county court bouse,
In the city of Omaha, Douglas county, Ne
braska, aell at public auction to the highest
tldder for cash, the property described In
aid order of aale as follows, to-wlt:
Lot num'er forty-nine 4. ratrmont
Place, an addition to the city of Omaha, as
surveyed platted and recorded, all situated
In Douglas county, state of Nebraska.
Said property to be sold to satisfy Michigan
Mutual Life Insurance Company, plaintiff
herein, the aum ot one thousand live hundred
and 28-100 dollars (l,6O0.2S), with Interest
thereon at the rate of ten (10) per cent per
ant um from September 2ird, ISAa.
To satisfy the further aum of twenty-two
and 03 100 dollara (i2 .03) costs herein, to-
? ether with accruing costs, according to a
udgment rendered by the district court of
SalU IKHlRia COUOiy. nnwrfuwuiucr wnu,
A. D. IK'S. In a certain Action then and
there pending, wherein Michigan Mutual
Life Insurance Company la plaintiff, and
Thomas J. Lund, Christine Lund. James W.
White and White, his wife (tlret and
real name unknown), tharles Malander,
Hans Peterson and J. Hanson ttirst
and real name unknown) are de-endanu.
Omahaebraskau,.
Soecial Master Commissioner.
F. B. Tiffany, attorney for plaintiffs.
Mich. Mut. Lire. ins. CO. vs. luuu, ' i at.
Doc. 50; No. 33. 7 31 5
Probate Notice.
In the matter ot the estate ot Mads Toft,
Notice It hereby given that the creditor
of said deceased will meet the administrator
of said estate bitore me. County Judge of
Douglas county, neorasaa, at toe coumj
court room, In said county, on the llth day of
September, 189tS; on the llth day of Novem
ber m. and on the llth day of January, im,
at o'clock A. at. each day, f jr the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, ad
justment and allowance. Six months are
allowed for the creditors to present their
ftuima and nnn vear for the administrator to
settle said estate, from the llth day of
July, 1SIM; this notice wiu ne puousnea in
Tub AmkriCah for four weeks successively,
prior to the llth day of September. ISvW.
prior t to faviN& F. BAXTER.
T-1T-4 County Judge.
V. O.RTKICatLEH,
Atfairwey.tu? New York Llfs Bldf.
Ctl CH I rr A LK -By virtue of aa order of
sale laauml out of lti district court for
IhHiglas r iuatf, .Nebraska, and to uie dl
rwted. I will, no the utdarof Fwutvnibsr. A.
at Irm o'chx-k a at, of aald day. at the
KAai front door it the county court house.
In the rltv of Oniafea. Douglas county
hrassa. cell al puhl e auction to tttc highest
oio.irr tor raan. ine oripvriy uetcrtoea la
aald order ot sale a follows, to-wlt:
The east twenty 1JU1 fert of lot eleven i III.
and the weat twenty 3u fertof lot twrlve
1 1.'., all In block "U," la Milan's Second addi
tion to the city 't Omaha, as surveyed
platted and rwcordod, all la Douglas couuty
state ot Nebraska.
Said urooerty tub sold to satisfy Annie B
Kees, defendant herein, th sum ot one
thousand Blue hund'ed and slsly-een and
as-lm dollars ifl.Wl? IMi (udguient, with inter
est thereon at rat of seven (7i per rent per
annum from May 4th. lu. being a Brat lira
upon above dew-rlbed property.
To satisfy Decatur City Hank, a corpora
tion, plaintiff herein, the autn of eight hun
dred and twelve collars iteitUOi judgment.
with Interest thereon at rale of ten i lw per
cent per annum from May 4 h, Ismi, being a
second lien upon alio described property.
To tatlafy lb Gate Olty Hat Company, de
fendant herein, the sum of tor hundred
a- d eighteen and S-liu dollara it.iltitt.ti. with
Interest I hereon at the rat of seven (7) per
cent per annum from November 'tb. I4.
whtca I a third Ilea upon above described
property.
To satisfy Hulskamn Brothers Company.
defendant herein, the aum of five hundred
and ninety-eight and IM 1U0 dollar ttjtst 11
lib lute rent thereon at seven (7i per cent
per annum from November 2'th, 1MH. which
amount Is a fourth Ilea upon said above de
s Tilled urooerlT.
To satisfy lh Kllpatrlck-Knch Dry Goods
Company, defendant herein, the sum of two
hundred and Mfiy-four and 3S-1UU dollars
itijt.Jr)). with Interest thereon at the rale of
seven (7) per cent per annum from November
mm, imh, wmcn amount is a arm lien upon
aid abov descrllied Property.
To satisfy the further sum ot eighty-one
and U-lou dollars itnl 13) costs herein, until
paid, together with accruing costs, accord
in to a Judgment rendered by the district
court 01 sum ifuugias county, at it may
term, A, D, lxta), In a certain action thennd
there pending, wherein Decatur City Hank,
a e rporatlon. Is plaintiff, and David K.
Smith. Mary A. Smith (his wlfsi, Mary K.
Dutcber. Annie B. Ueea. L. M. Smith. Walter
N. Cassell, The Gate City Hat Company. The
C. Shenkby Company, liulskamp Brothers
uon'pany, James renter and Charlea Kotiin
son, James Korifster & Company, Joha T.
Plrln, George Scott, Hubert Scott. Andrew
M. Lelah, John A. Sweet, James Unwse,
Samuel C. Plrle, John O. Scott, John J. Wood
and Henry Gnatse, partners. Lout Wyler,
Isaac Wyler, Win. Ackerland, Max Ai'ker
land and A. E. Wyler, partners a Wyler,
Ackerland & Company, Hsnry G. Schwab
and Alfred Schwab, partners as Schwab
Brothers, Leonard Atkinson Company, J. W.
1'eregoy and W. E. Moore, partners as Pere
goy Sl Moore, Kllpatrlck-Koch Dry Goods
Company, Friedman Brothers & Schafer The
Trojan Shirt A Collar Company, C. E. Hradt,
M. I). Shlpman and G. K. Bradt. partners as
Bradt ft Shlpman. Tullerton & Stetson Com
fiauy.The li unman Trunk Company. Brld
ng Brothers Company, Joel J. Bailey & Com
pany, C. M. Henderson A Company, Palmer
A Company. 1. W. Wells and Thomas A
Brock were defendants. .
Omaha, Nebraska. July3lst. lWkt.
joh.m w. Mcdonald
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebraska.
V. O. Strlckler, attorney.
Decatur Olty Bank vs. Smith, et at.
Doc. M); No. 201. 7 31-5
8AUNDEHS M ACFA HIjAND.
Attorneys, 1404 Farnam Street.
SPECIAL MASTER COMMISSIONEK'S
Sale. Under and by virtue of an order
of sale os decree of foreclosure of mortgage
Issued out of the district court for Douglas
county, stat of Nebraska, and to me di
rected, 1 will, on the 31st day of August.
A. D. IriMI. at on o clock P. M. or said day, at
the north front door of the county court
house, In the city of Omaha, Douglas county,
Nebraska, sell at nubile auction to the high
est bidder for cash, tbe property described In
said order of sale as follows, to-wlt:
Lot thirty (30) In Heed's Second Addition
to the city of Omaha, Douglas county, Ne
braska. Said property to be sold to satisfy Harry J.
Twlntlng. defendant herein. the tutu of three
hundred thirty-two and 4S-1U0 dollars (1338.49),
with Interest thereon from tbe tlth day of
May, 18M. at the rate of ten (10) per cent per
annum, and attorneys fees amounting to
thirty-three and 24-100 dollars (K3.24). to-
f other with accruing costs, according to a
udgment rendered by the district court of
said Douglas county, at its May term, A. D.
1KVA. in a certain action then and mere pend
ing wherein George Jeffrey Is plaintiff, and
H. J. Twlntlng. 11 H. lrey, County Treasurer,
Douglas County, Nebraska. Saunders. Mac
farland & Dickey and F.leanor P. Bid ley are
defendants.
Dated at Omaha. Nebraska. July 31st, A
D. 1SD0.
GEOKUBW. HOLUKOOK,
Sueclal Master Commissioner.
Saunders A Macfarlitnd, attorneys for de
fendants. Jeffrey vi, Twlntlng, et al. Doc. 42; No. 180.
I-31-D
W.T. NELSON,
Attorney, 1015 N. Y. Life Bldg.
SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order
of sale Issued out of the district court
for lHiuglas county. Nebraska, and to me di
rected, I will, on the llth day of August. A.
1). 1MM. al ten o clock A. at. or saia day, at tne
EAST frontdoor of the county courthouse.
In the city of Omaha, Douglas county, Ne
braska, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash the property described In said
order of sale aa follows to-wlt:
Li t nine (8) In b ock two (2) In Cherry 11111
addition to the city of Omaha, as surveyed,
platted and recorded, all in Douglas county,
state of Nebraska.
Said nrouertv to be sold to satisfy David w.
Anderson, defendant herein, the gum of seven
hundred and eltghv-seven and 50-100 dollars
(1787.50), with Interest thereon at rate of ten
(10) per cent per annum from May 4th, 1MM.
To satisfy the sum of thirty-one and iW-100
dollars (131.63) costs herein, together with ac
cruing costs according to a Judgment ren
dered by the district co.rt of said Douglas
county, at Its May term. A. D. lMttf, In a cer
tain action then and there pending, wnerein
waiter U. Keeier is piaintitr, ana fciizaoet.n
A. Moore Christopher Moore, her husband.
D. W. Anderson (first and real name un
known) and VV. L. Irian ibrst and real name
unknown) are defendants. v
Omaha, Nebraska. July lOtb. 1886.
john w. Mcdonald,
Sheriff of Douglas County, Nebraska.
W. T, Nelson, attorney.
neeier vs. moo re, et ai. uoc. si; no. 30s
7-10-5
Notice of Probate of Will.
STATE OF NEBRASKA, l
DOUGLAS UOUHTV, t
In the county court of Douglas county,
Nebraska:
In the matter of tne estate ot Souble
Moehle, deceased:
Fred Moehle, Henrlette Buhrlch, Herman
J. Moehle. Amanda Moehle, Clara Moeble,
tdtuund Moehle. and all other persons Inter
ested In said matter are hereby notified that
on the 2.1th day ot July, 1MW. Herman J.
Moehle tied In the county court a petition
alleging among other things that Sophie
Moekle died on the 12th day of April, ItsM,
leaving a last will and testament, and pos
sessed of real and nersonal estate valued at
tl.WO.DOard that the above named constitute
the persons Interested in the estate of said
deceased, and praying for the probate of
said will, and lor administration or saia
estate.
You are hereby notified mat it you ran to
appear at aald court on the ItRb day of Sep
tember 1W, at 9 o'clock A. M. to contest the
probata of said will, the court may allow aud
probate said will and grant administration
of said estate to Herman J. Moehle or some
other suitable person, and proceed to a set
tlement thereof.
Witness my hand and omclal seal tms 2am
day f July, im. t n
IHVUtUr.DAAlEill,
7-31-8 County Judge.
Probate Notice.
In the matter of the estate of Henry C.
Colo dc8us?di
Notice is hereby given, that the creditors
ot said deceased will meet tbe administratrix
of said estate before me. County Judge of
Douglaa county, Nebraska, at the county
court room In said county, on the 7th day of
September, 18U6. on the "th day of November,
196, and on tbe 7th day of January, 18S7.
at t o'clock a. at. each day, tor the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination,
adjustment and allowance. Six months are
allowed for tbe creditors to present their
claims and one year for the administratrix to
settle said estate, from tbe 7th day of
July, lwi; this notice will be published in
The American for four weeks successively,
prior to the "th day of Sept ember, l(Hi.
IRVING F. BAXTER.
7-1T-4 County Judge.
V. O. HTIUCKI.KIt.
Attorney. U6 New Yora Life Building.
SHSk.ll rs SALE--l: NHr.lt AND BY VIR
lueof a order ot sal oa decree ot fore
closure of tuortgag Issued out of th Dis
trict Court for iHiug las county, state of Ne
braska, and torn dim-ted. I will, on the 1Mb.
day of August. A. D l- at tea o'clock A. at.
of raid day. at th LAST front door of the
roust y court house. In te city of Omaha.
Douglas county Nebraska.
sell al pumic
auction to tii highest bidder tor rash, the
urouerir described In said order of sale, all
being situated In the county of Douglas and
(' of Nabtk.sk, as follows, to-wn:
Hl.-k number nineteen ilU la Halcyon
Height, a sub-dl vision of th southeast
quarter of section twelve illi. township tf
leen.ilH range twelv il2, of thesth prin
cipal meridian, as surveyed, platted aud
recorded.
Said property to be sold to satisfy George
E. Avery, plaintiff hrrel. tbe sum of two
thousand nine hundred and Bfty-nln and
ae-loy dollars .UK Mi. with Interest thereon
at th rate of seven 7i per cent per annum
from th 4th day of May. I"U4.
Tosatlsy the further sum of tw nty -seven
and as-liu dollar i27 .Mi coat here n U-
J ether with accruing cost, according to a
udgment rendered by th district court of
said Douglas county, at It May term. A. u.
Isua. la an action then and there pending.
wherein George E. A very I plaintiff, and
Howard Butcher. Mary L. R. Butcher. Wil
liam U. Crary, Th Be Publishing Company,
George W. Lex. Assignee for the benefit of
th creditor of Howard Butcher and W. S.
Harvey, trading as Washington Butcher
Sons, are defendants.
Dated at Omaha, Nebraska, July 17th,
A. u. lava.
john w. Mcdonald.
Sheriff of Douglas County. Nebraska.
V. O. Strlckler, attorney for plaintiff.
Geo. E. Avery ve. Howard Butcher, et al.
Doc. 55; No. IV. 7-17-5
Kperlal Matter Commissioner' Kale
Under and by virtue of an order of sale on
decree of foreclosure of mortgage Issued out
of tbe district court for Douglas county. Ne
braska, and to rue directed, I wiy. on the 25th
day of August. A. D. lmri. at 1 o'clock V. u.
of said day. at the north front door of the
county court bouse. In the city of Omaha,
Douglaa county, Nebraska sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash, the
property described In said order of sale as
Follows to-wn:
The undivided on half ('-) of lot seven 7,
alto the undivided one-haif 041 of lot eight
)i). all In block a r teen (15), Isaac and Selden's
Addition to the city ot Omaha. Douglas
county, neuraska.
Said orouert to be sold to satisfy Phlllo L
Johnson, plaintiff herein, from tbe proceeds
of aale of said undivided one-half i',i of lot
seven (i In block fifteen i In In Isaac A Sel
den's Addition to the city of Omaha, above
described, tne sum or two Hundred nrty
eight and 10-100 dollars ($258. Id) with Interest
thereon at the rate of ten (10) per cent per
annum from February 4tb, lb'.'.V togetner
with the sum or twenty-ova and 8 -loo dol
lars (25.N1I attorney's fee.
To satisfy PhlllpL. Johnson, plaintiff here
in, from the proceeds of sale of said undi
vided one-halt Ci) of lot e'glit (Ml In block fif
teen (15) In Isaac & Selden's Addition. In tbe
city of Omaha, above described, the sum of
two hundred fifty-two aud 01-100 dollars
1152.01). with Interest thereon at rate of ten
(loi per cent per annum from February 4th,
1"U". together with tne sum of twenty-rive
and 20-100 dollars ((25 20) attorney's fee
To satisfy from the proceeds of sale of all
property, as hrretn ordered, Ihe sum of
twenty-nine and 1.1-100 dollars ilitf.liti costs,
with Interest thereon from February 4, 1S05,
together with accruing costs according to a
Judgment rendered by the district court of
said Douglas county, at it February term
A. D. INK). In a certain action then and there
pending, wherein Philip L Johnson wa
plaintiff, and Cbarlos C, ii ousel and Maria
llousel were defendants.
Omaha, Nebraska. July24th, im.
JOHN W. MCDONALD. SHKRirr,
Special Master Commissioner.
Saunders, Macfarlaud & Dickey, a torneyr.
Philip L.Johnson vs. Charles C. llousel. et al.
uoc. 40; 27. i-24-o
Legal Notice.
To John D. Jones, non-resident defendant;
You are hereby notified that on the Wlh day
ot July, 1H0H, Anna B. Jones Hied a petition
against you in the district court of Douglas
county, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which are to obtain a divorce from you on
the ground that you have wilfully aban
doned tbe plaintiff without Just cause for
the term or two years last past, and that
plaintiff be given the cus.ody and care of
the child of he marriage, Kuaseil Jones,
born Angust 2X. 18'i
You are reoulred to answrrsald petition
on or before Monday, tue24thdayof August,
law.
ANNA B. JONES.
Plaintiff.
By H. L. Day. ber attorney. 7-17-4
NOTICE FOR PROBATE OK WILL.-State
of Nebraska, Douglas county, s. In
the county court of Douglaa county, Ne
braska. In the matter of the estate of Willett H.
Bobbins, deceased:
Mrs. Emma Bobbins, Grace A. Sobblns and
Lot ( a Kobblns. and all other persons In
terested in s Id matter are hereby notified
that on the llth day of July, WJ6. Emma
Robbltt filed In the count y court a petition
alleging among other things that Wfllett H.
Robblus died on the 2nd day of December,
lHVi, leaving a last will and testament, and
possessed of real and pnrsor al estate valued
atfH.OOO.'O. and that the above named con
stitute the persons interested In the estate of
said deceased, and praying for tbe probate
of aald will and for administration of laid
estate.
You are hereby notified that If you fall to
appear at said court on the 14th day of Sep
tember, 1HW, at 9 o'clock a. si. to contest the
probate of said will, the court may allow and
probate said will and grant administration
of said estate to Kmma Kobblns or some
other suitable person, and proceed to a
settlement tnereoi.
IRVING F. BAXTER.
7-17-4 County Judge.
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