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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1894)
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In the District of Lancaster county,
Nebraska. Sarah Johnson, plaintiff, vs
William L Johnson, defendant.
William L. Johnson, defendant will
take notice that on the 8th day of No
vember 1894, Sarah Johnson, the plaintiff
herein, filed her petition in the District
court of Lancaster county, Nebraska,
the object and prayer of which is to
obtain a decree of divorce from the de
fendant, and for the custody of their
minor child, Arthur Leroy Johnson,
on the following grounds
First That the defendant wilfully
deserted the plaintiff on the 30th day of
June 1891, and has ever since that date
cruelly, wilfully and wantonly refused
and neglected to provide a suitable
maintenance for the plaintiff, although
being of sufficient ability to do so.
Second That in the month of Decem
ber 1892, the defendant committed adul
tery with a woman unknown to the
plaintiff, in a brick block on Ninth
street between "N" and "Mr in the city
of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska.
And that the defendant is c fugitive
from justice from the city of Lincoln,
complaint beiag made against him for
the embezzlement of money from the
Clarkson Laundry company.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 17th day of Dec
SARAH JOHNSON, Plaintiff.
STEARNS & STRODE.
At wm' at lam
First Publication Nov. 17.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of an execution issued by the clerk of
the district court of the Third Judicial
district of Nebraska, within and for
Lancaster county, in an action wherein
Roland H. Oakley assignee is plaintiff,
and Delos A. Udall et al are de
fendants. I will, at 2 o'clock p. m., on
the 18th day of December A. D. 1891. at
the east door of the court house, in the
city of Lincoln Lancaster county, Neb
raska, offer for sale at public auction
the following described real estate to
wit: Lota thirteen (13) fourteen (11) fifteen
(15) sixteen (16) seve teen (17) and
eighteen (18) in block fifty two (52) in
the city of Lincoln, Lancaster County,
Given under my hand this 16th day
of November, 1891.
FRED A. MILLER, Sheriff.
POUND & BURR
Charles Robert Bertram, defendant,
will take notice that on tht 6th day of
November 1891, the Fred Krug Brewing
Company, plaintff,tiled its petition in
the County Court of Lancaster County,
Nebraska, against him the object and
prayer of which are to recover the sum
of $45335 upon two causes of action one
for the sum of $253.35, rent due the
pliantiff from said defendant upon an
oral lease of premises situated at the
corner of eighth and O streets in the
City of Lincoln, of said County, and the
other for 8170.00 rent due the plaintiff
from the defendant as rent upon an oral
lease from month to month of premises
situated at the corner of eleventh and N
streets in said city and to recover interest
upon said sums from the first day of
September 1891, and the first day of
November 1891 respectively.
You are further notified that the
plaintiff has levied an attachment in
said action upon the following property
of the defendant to-wit; 3,775 cigars; 171
wine, beer and whiskey glasses; 89 flasks;
12 3a cases bottled beer; two dozen cases
mineral water; two dozen cases cider;
two sacks corks; one hot water urn; 12
cuspidors, one ice box, one oil stove and
fixtures, one heating stove, two vases
artificial flowers, six chairs, one punch
bowl, eight mugs, one clock, one box
soda water, one dozen giager ale, four
dozen plates; 2 J tons anthracite coal'
and stock of cheese, sausages and lurch
belonging to the defendant in premises
situated at the corner N and eleventh
streets in the city of Lincoln in said
You are required to answer said petit
ion on or before the 7th day of January
FRED KRUG BREWING COMPANY.
By Pound fe Burr, Their Attorneys.
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