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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1895)
The supervisors of registration will
meet for the purpose of a general regis
tration of the voters In their respective
wards In the city of Lincoln, Nebraska,
on Thursday, October 17th, Friday,
October 25th and Saturday, November
2d, 1S93, and shall remain In session on
each of the said days from the hours of 8
o'clock a. m. until 9 o'clock p. m., at the
First ward, precinct 1 or A, City
building. Tenth and Q streets.
First ward, precinct 2 or B, No. 623
North Tenth street.
Second ward, precinct 1 or A, court
Second ward, precinct 2 or B, drug
Btore, 727 South Eleventh street.
Third ward, precinct 1 or A, Grand
hotel. Twelfth and Q streets.
Third ward, precinct 2 or B, Gaddls
shop, Thirteenth and R street.
Third ward, precinct 3 or C, Brown
block, 1528 O street.
Third ward, precinct 4 or D, J. An.
tell, 2036 O street.
Fourth ward, precinct 1 or A, Lin
dell hotel, Thirteenth and M streets.
Fourth ward, precinct 2 or B, Ori
ental building, 503 South Thirteenth
Fourth ward, precinct 3 or C, Hut
ton's, 1813 O street.
Fourth ward, precinct 4 or D, Desch
er's, 1945 J street.
Fifth ward, precinct 1 or A, F street
Fifth ward, precinct 2 or B. Bing's
shop. Seventeenth and Washington.
Fifth ward, precinct 3 or C, Aren
sen's, Fourteenth and South.
Fifth ward, precinct 4 or D, Rlppee's,
745 C street.
Sixth ward, precinct 1 or A, Forbes"
store. Twenty-seventh and Q streets.
Sixth ward, precinct 2 or B, bakery.
2385 O street.
Seventh ward, precinct 1 or A, Burns'
store. Twenty-seventh and Holdrege.
Seventh ward, precinct 2 or B, Tom
Beach house. Fourteenth and Court.
First ward, precinct 1 or A, Includes
all that part of the ward lying between
the center of N street on the south.
Eleventh street on the east, R street
on the north and the city limits on the
Precinct 2 or B Includes all of the
First ward north of R street.
Second ward, precinct 1 or A, Includes
the territory between N street on the
north. Eleventh street on the east, J
street on the south and the city limits
on the west.
Precinct 2 or B, all of the ward south
of J street.
Third ward, precinct 1 or A, Includes
the territory bounded by a line com
mencing at Eleventh and O streets,
running thence east to Thirteenth,
thence north to V street, thence west
to a point opposite the center of Uni
versity avenue, thence north to the
north line of the ward, thence west to
Twelfth street, south to R street, west
to Eleventh street and south to the
center of O street.
Precinct 2 or B, is bounded by a line
commencing at Fifteenth and O streets,
north to the north line of P street,
thence north on the line between lots
59 and CO and lots 39 and 40, in S. "YV.
Little's subdivision, to the center of
Q street, thence north on the west line
of lot 33 to the north line of R street,
thence north on the west line of lot
27 to the north line of S street, thence
north on the east line of Fifteenth
street, north on the line between lots
15 and 16, and north on east line of lot
12, all In the same subdivision, to the
center of Vine street, thence east to
the center line of Fifteenth north of
Vine, thence north to north side of
"V, thence north on line between lots
14 and 15 in second northside addition,
to the north line of the ward, thence
west to a point opposite the center of
University avenue, thence south to the
center of V street, thence to a point
opposite the center of Thirteenth, thence
south to O and east to point of begin
ning. Precinct 3 or C, all between the east
line of precinct B on the west, O street
between Fifteenth and Eighteenth on
the south, X street from Seventeenth
to the northeast corner of said precinct
on the north, and on the west a line
running from Eighteenth and O to R,
thence west to the east line of Seven
teenth, if extended, thence north to the
center of Vine, thence north on cen
ter of Seventeenth street to the north
limit of the ward.
Precinct 4 or D comprises all of the
ward east of the east line of precinct C.
Fourth ward, precinct 1 or A, all ly
ing between O street on the north. Fif
teenth on the east, L on the south and
Eleventh on the west.
Precinct 2 or B, all between L on the
north. Sixteenth on the east, F on the
south and Eleventh on the west.
Precinct 3 or C, all between O on the
north. Twenty-second on the east, X
on the south and Fifteenth on the
Precinct 4 or D, all between L on
the north, the east boundary of the
ward on the east, F street on the south
and Sixteenth on the west.
Fifth ward, precinct 1 or A, all be
tween F street on the north, the east
boundary of the ward on the east, C
street on the south and Tenth on the
Precinct 2 or B, all between C street
on the north. Twenty-second on the
east, the city limits on the south and
what would be the continuation of
Fifteenth on the west.
Precinct 3 or C, all between C street
on the north, the west boundary of
precinct B on the east, the city limits
on the south and tre west line of said
precinct shall be the center line of
Tenth from C south to South street,
thence west to the city limits, and
thence south on the city limits.
Precinct 4 or D, all between F street
on the north, the west line of precincts
A and C on the east, the city limits on
the west. South street from Tenth to
Seventh and the city limits on the
Sixth ward, precinct 1 or A, all be
tween Twenty-second on the west.
Vine on the north, the city limits on
the east and the south line Is the cen
ter of P street from Twenty-second to
Thirtieth, thence south to O, thence
east to the city limits.
Precinct 2 or B Includes all of said
ward not Included In the above.
Seventh ward, precinct 1 or A, all be
tween Vine street on the south, the city
limits on the east, and the west and
north line Is Twenty-second street from
Vine street north to the Rock Island
right of way and northeast along that
right of way to the city limits.
Trceinct 2 or B, all of the ward not
Included In the above.
J. W. BOWEN. City Clerk.
Trilby hea dache tablets is the best
for sick or nervous headaches. At
Rigg'B Pharmacy, cor 12th and O st.
DRESS SUITS-Call and examine
our lino dress suits for 82.") and 835.
Equal to anything jou can get from the
tailor for 865 or 875. Ewing Cloth
Woempner for paints and oils, 139 S.10
Mandolins at lowest prices ever of
fered. Xew goods. Crancer's Art t
Music Co., ll.'H O street.
The balance of a full dress coat is of
the utmost imjwrtance in Jlttiwj anil
cannot be properly secured in ready-to-wear
ijamients. UV make them to suit
your particular jntiz''
PAINE, WARFEL A IIUMSTEAD.
SOMETHING VERY NEW IN A
BICYCLE SIIOE. A Gil EAT COM
BINATION OF WALKING, SNOW,
MUDDY-WEATHER AND LADIES'
Bid CLE SHOES FOR SALE ONLY
AT MAYER BROS.
Miss Ferguson's dancing clashes at the
Lansing ball. Classes both afternoon
and evening. The Lansing hall for rent
for parties. Residence, 1610 G street.
You'll nover realize what "real good
"bread" is until you have made it of
(First publication Oct. 10.)
In the district court of Lancaster coun
Ella C. Conger,
Moses James, et a!.,
Moses James, Amelia James, John L.
Clark, Rosa A. Clark, Hattie 11. Barnes,
Barnes her husband, first name
unknown, and the Western Investment
company, defendants in the above en
titled action, will take notice that on
June 15th, 1895, the said plaintiff tiled
her petition in the above entitled action
against said defendants, the object and
prajer of which was to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage executed by said defend
ants Moses, Amelia James, John L.
Clark and Rosa A. Clark to the Mead
Bond fc Trust company upon lot 2,
block 3 of Pleasant Hill subdivision of
lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 in the north-east quar
ter of section thirty-six (36), in township
Grand Millinery Opening Saturday Oct. 26, cor 10 and P ;ts.
Our buyer has just returned from New York city, whern ho
bought a large stock of Millinery, which wo will sell for tho next 10
days at such low prices bh has never been quoted in Lincoln before.
Wo aid not intend to put in a stock of Millinery, but to give our
customers a chance to buy their Millinery fJO'per cent choipm
than they have been buying it heretofore in a Millinery store.
Como and examino our stock of Millinery uud get our prices. Wo
will convince you that we will save you 50 per cent on every 1 tat
you buy. Asa sample wo will mention a few of
10 doz. Ladies' Sailor Hats, latest style, brown, blue and
black, sells at 81.50. our price 89c.
10 doz. Lillian Russell Sailor Hats, scllsat81.75,ourprico 81.19.
10 doz. Ladies trimmed Hals, latest styles sellti from 51.00 to
85,00. our price 82 99.
5 doz. Ladies trimmed hats, worth from 82.50 to 83.00 else
where, goes at 81.99.
10 doz. Ladies trimmed hats, sell at 82.50 all over Lincoln, our
There are a thousand of other Bargains, all marked in plain
figures, in our store. Como and bo convinced that by trading
with us you will savo 50 per cent on every dollar's worth of goods
Wo also handle a large stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes.
Carpets, Cloaks, Capes, Ladies and Gents Furnishing GoimIh.
During our Millinery opening woshallgivo a Special Discount
of 20 per cent on all our Ladies Cloaks and Capes.
Now is your time to buy a Cloak or Cape while you can buy it
at your own price. We remain yours truly,
THE 6REHT BHR6RIN Ml COR. I0TH M P STS, HOW, NEB.
Will accept engagements forhigh grade
music for entertainments and dances.
Any number and variety of instruments
furnished. Terms reasonable. Apply to
Orders may also be left
at Zehrung's drug store.
University Conservatory of Music
11th and R Stroota
ten (10), range six (6) cast, in Lancaster
county, Nebraska, to secure the pay
ment of a promissory note for tho sum
of 85,200.00 together with ten coupon
notes thereto attached for the sum of
877.00 each, dated May 1st. 1S90, said
principal noto being payable May 1st
1S95, and one of said coupon notes be
ing duo acd payable every six months
from the date thereof. That said note
and mortgage were before their matur
ity duly sold, assigned and transferred
by the Mead Bond & Trust company to
the plaintifl in this action, who is now
the owner thereof. That there ib now
due upon said note and mortgage the
sum of 824277.00 with interest thereon
at the rate of 10 per cent per annum
from tho 1st day of May, 1895, for which
sum plaintifl prajs for a decree that de
fendants be required to pay tho same, to
that said premises be sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
You are required to answer this peti
tion on or before the 9th day of Decern
ber, 1895. Ella C. Conoer,
By Stewart it Munger, her Attorneys,
Dated, October 12th, 1895.
(First publication Oct. 26.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In County Court, within and for Lan
caster eounty, Nebraska, October 1895,
in the matter of the estate of K. P. Law
TO Tim CREDITORS OF SAID E.NTATF:
You are hereby notified, That I will
sit at the County Court room in Lin
coln, in said county, on the 31st day of
January, 1S96, and again on the 30th
day of April, 1896, to examine all claims
against said estate, with a view to their
adjustment and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims
against said estate is six months, from
the 29th day of October, A. D. 1895, and
the time limited for payment of debts in
one ear from said 29th day of October
Notice of this proceeding is ordered
published four consecutive weeks in
Tim CocitiKic, a weekly newspaper pub
lished in this state.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
Countv Court this 2tth day of October,
skal Joseph Wcicziiuun,
Nov 16. County Judge.
First publication Oct. 26.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF LAN
caster county, Nebraska.
In tho matter of tho assignment of A.
M. Smith for the benefit of creditors.
Noticeis hereby given that Monday,
November 1, 1895, at 2 o'clock p. m. has
been fixed as the time for the meeting
of the creditors of sa'd assignor for the
purpose of choosing an assignee to suc
ceed the sheritr in the trust under said
assignment, said meeting to be held at
the office of the county judge of said
county of Lancaster.
Witness my band and the seal of said
court October 22. 1895.
Seal. Joseph Wcrziiuro,
Nov. 2. County Judue.
i n voice
and 502 Brace building
HOURS 9 A. M. TO 2:30 P. M. AID Bl
A GUIDE TO HEALTH
with every purchase of
at RIGGS pharmacy,
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