The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, February 02, 1895, Page 9, Image 9

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Attcrr.ey at Law,
First Publication February 2. IMC.
To John George, Non-Kesidcnt defendant:
You nro hereby notified that on October 27,
1S0I,'.I.;F. LudwicasplaiutilT.bcKau an action
and ou January 2s, 195, tiled nnnmmendedpet it
ion against jouauil other defendants in thejdist
rictcourt of Lancaster county, Nebraska, thu
object lof wliich is to foreclose a .certain tnort
RaKCon thu follouintrland in said count to
wit: lot number 13 in block number 1 in W.H.
Irvine's subdivision of tho northwest quarter
of tho northeast quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section S5 vtown 10 north of rancoGeast
of tho 6th principal meridian, made by William
II. 'Jeorco and Sarah K. (JeorBO to The Clark
Ac Leonard Investment Company dated Septem
ber IT, I&9. to secure tho pajment of a promiss
ory note of said William H (leonroand Sarah
E. (ieorRQ to said Tho Clark Az Leonard Invest
ment Company.for jaoo.00 on which there is now
duo $312.00 with iutcrest from October 1, 1MI at
10 per cent per annum pursuant to coupons;
riaintitl prajs lor aecreooi loreciosuro anu
sale of said land to satisfy said liens as afore
said, for deficiency
trment and general
You aro are renuircd to answer plaintiff's
petition on or leforo the 11th day of March 1S1HS
J. F. LUDWIO. Plaintiff.
I!y S. L. (iEIStiiaudt, Attorney.
First Publication February 2.
Docket O, Number 281.
In Tho Circuit Court of Tho United
States, for the Disti ict of Nebraska.
Ashlky B. LaFluer, complainant,
Jackson E. Montrose et al, defendants
In Chancery.
Foreclosure Op Mortgage.
Public notice is hereby given that in
pursuance and by virtue of a decree
entered it the above cause on tho 9th
day of July 1891, I, E. S. Dundy,
Jr., Master iu Chancery of tho Circuit
Court of the United States for tho Dis
trict of Nebraska, will, on 6th day of
March, 1895, at tho hour of ten o'clock
in tho forenoon of said day at ths east
door of the Lancaster county court
hous" building in the city of
Lincoln, Lancaster county, state
and district of Nebraska, sell at
auction for cash the following
described property, to wit:
All of section number two (2) in town
ship number nine (9) north of range
number seven (7) east, of the sixth (G)
principal meridian, excepting therefrom
one acre thereof, bounded and describ
ed as follows, namely: Beginning at a
point on the south line of said section,
distant fifteen (15) rods east from tho S.
W. corner of the S. E. quarter of said
section, end running thence north 220
feet, thence east 193 feet, thence south
220 feet, thence 193 feet to tho point of
beginning, together with all and singul
ar, the tenements, hereditaments and
appurtenances thereunto belonging.
All in the County of Lancaster and
State of Nebraska.
E. S. DUNDY, Jit,
Master in Chancery.
Solicitors for Complainant.
First Publication January 2G.
or tho
Globe Clothing Company.
The name of this corporation shall bo
tho Globe Clothing Company.
The principal place for the transact
ion of its business shall bo tho City of
Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska.
The general nature of the business to
bo transacted shall be that of purchas
ing and selling at retail and wholesale
of clothing mens furnishings, hats, caps,
trunks and valises and such other goods
and merchandise thereto pertaining.
The amount of capital stock author
ized bv said corporation shall bo thirty
thousand (S10.000.) dollars, all of which
shall be paid up in full on or before the
1st day of February A. D. 1895, tho
whole of said capital stock shall bo paid
in into said corporation by said day,
Tho highest amount of indebtedness
or liabilities to which this corporation
shall subject itself at any ono timo shall
not exceed one half () of tho amount
of capital stock paid in.
Tho atfairs of sain corporation shall bo
conducted by a board of directors not
less than two in number to be elected by
the stockholders, a President, a Secre
tary, Treasurer nd a general manager.
Attorney's at Law.
First Publication January 2G.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
or an order of sale issued by the clerk
of tho district court of the Third Judi
cial District of Nebraska, within and
for Lancaster county, in an action where
in Alexander Lederer and Moses Strauss
partners as Lederer and Strauss aro
plaintiffs, and Rosa V. Woolley et al are
I will at 2 o'clock p. in., on tho 2Gth day
of February A. D. 1895, at the east door
of tho courthouse, in the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster county, Nebraska, otter for
sale at public auction, the following
described real estate to-wit:
Lot number ono (I) in block number
four (4) in Cottage Grovo addition to tho
City of Lincoln Lancaster County
Given under my hand this 21th day
of January A. D. 1895.
First Publication Jan. 2Gth.
In tho County Court of Lancaster
County, Nebraska
The State of Nebraska, to Anna Ring,
Mary Ress, John Dothen and to any
others interested in said matter:
You are hereby notified that an instru
ment purporting to be the last will and
testament of Frederick Doshen deceased,
is on file in said court, and also a petit
ion praying for tho probate of said ins
trument, and for the appointment of
Elizabeth Doshen as executrix. That
on the 21st day of February 1895, at 9
o'clock a. m., said petition and the proof
of the execution of said instrument will
be heard, and that if you do not then
aprear and contest, said Court may
Probate and record the same, and grant
administration of the estate to Elizabeth
This notice shall be published three
weeks successively in The Couuieu
prior to said hearing.
Witness my hand and official seal this
23rd davof January 1895.
County Judge.
Capital, $400,000
Surplus, $100,000
X. S. IIaewood, President.
Chas. A. Hanxa, Vico President.
F. M. Cook, Cashier.
C. S. LiwiscoTT, Assistant Cashier.
H. S. Fbekhan, Assistant Cashier.
Attorneys at Law.
nuicit BLOCK.
Notice op sale
under chattel mortuauk.
First Publication Jan. 2G.
Notico is hereby giren that by virtue
of a chattel mortgage, tlated January 21
1995, and duly filed in the oflico of tho
County Clerk of Lancaster County,
Nebraska, on said 21th day of January
1895, and executed by Dean it Hortou
to the Merchants Bank of Lincoln, Neb
raska to secure tho payment of promiss
ory notes to the amount of 810,000.00
upon which there is now duo tho Bum of
$10,250.00 and as default has been made
in thu payment of said sum due; and no
suit orotlier proceeding at law having
been instituted to recover said debt or
any part thereof.
Now thereforo I will sell tho property
therein described to-wit;
One frame building situated on block
soventy three (7.'l) of said City (r Lincoln
which is between fifth (5th) and sixth
(Gth)street and M and N streets in said
City and known as the Dean and Horton
ware house, ono frame building situated
on tho State Fair Grounds, about ono
and ono half miles northeast of said city
which building is known as thu Dean
iV Horton exhibition building, one ba
horse nino (9) years old, ono bay mare
threo (It) years old, each weighing alxut
1200 pounds, each of which wero recent
ly purchased of E. Taylor; at public
auction at the place of business of said
Dean it Horton, number 1150 O streeet
Lincoln Nebraska on the 13th day of
February. 1895, at 9 o'clock a. m of said
day. Merchants hank, Morgagee.
Dated January 21. Ib95.
Pound it Burr, Sheriff.
Attornefs at Law.
ijurr BLOCK.
First Publication January 2G.
In the District Court of Lancaster
Count', Nebraska.
Alexander Lederer et. al.
Walter G. Bobanan et. al.
Daniel Maurer, non-resident defen
dant, will take notice that on the .'Hat
day of October, 189J, Alexander Leder
er it Moses Strauss, plaintiffs herein
tiled their petition in the district court
of Lancaster county, Nebraska, against
Baid defendants impleaded with others,
the object and prayer of which aro to
foreclose a certain mortgage executed by
the defendants, Walter G. Bohanan and
Maggie A. Bohanan, upon lot two (2) in
block three (3) in the city of Lincoln in
said county to secure tho payment of
certain note and coupons exocuted by said
Bohanan upon which there is now duo
the sum of 81218, and interest at ten
percent from the first day ot September,
1894. Plaintiffs pray for a decree that
said mortgage bo declared a first and
prior lien npon said promises; that do
fendants be required to pay the same;
that premises be sold to satisfy the
tho amount duo the plaintiffs; that tho
defendants and each of them be barred
of all right or interest in said premises,
and for general relief.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the -1th day of March,
Alexander Lederer & Moses Strauss
By Pound 3c Burr, their attorneys.