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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1898)
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GOOD LUCK GROCERY
1107 O STREET.
WALTON G. EOBBRTS,
Undertaker and Embalmer. Telephone, Office 145
Eleventh and P St. Res. 156.
FROM THE PHILIPINES.
H. W. BROWN
127 S. Eleventh Street.
First public-tioa Oct. Z!. 3
NOTICE OK MORTGAGEE'S SALE.
Notice ia heroby given that on the X!nd day
of March, ISM, August Sanders executed and
delivered hi certain chattel mortgage to one
Armund Liadgreen. which said mortgage was
afterward and oa the nd day of March, 1194,
at 1 o'clock and 43 minutes in the afternoon
of said day. duly tiled and recorded in the
office of the county clerk of Lancaster County,
Nebraska. Said mortgago being to secure an
indebtedness of sis thousand if8.0U0) dollar.
Said indebtedness being represented by one
certain promissory note dated March S, ISM.
and due on the 2Snd day of March. 1895. Said
note being payable to Armand Liadgnen signed
by August Sanders. Said note and mortgage
was, on the Sid day of March, i694, for value
received, duly assigned, transferred and de
livered to the First National bank of Lincoln.
Nebraska, who is now the bona tide holder and
owner thereof, eaid note has not been paid
and thereby the terms and conditions of said
mortgage baTe become absolute, and there Is
now due and owing on the said note and mort
gage the sum of $8,750.00. No proceedings at
law hare been had or begun for the recovery of
said note or any part thereof.
Mow therefore, the undersigned will en Fri
day, the 11th day of November, 1898. at2 o'clock
in the afternoon of said day. offer for sale and
sell to tuehighe?t and tost bidder for cash all
of tno following described property covered
by said mortgage, to-wit:
One front bar, one back bar.one large mirror
and frame, ono ice box, one not urn, one cash
register, three movable rooms, gas fixtures, one
Hall safe, one wood and glass partition, one
office partition, spittoons, all chairs, 8 tables,
desks, pictures. clocks, silver and glassware,
vases, linen, show cases, fancy bottles, cork
screws, strainer, funnels, whiskey rack, cur
tains, beer pump, linoleum on floor, all other
furniture and fixtures belonging to said August
sanders. from celler to garret, situated in build
ing No. 146 North Tenth street.
All now located in the storeroom known as No.
146 North Tenth street, in the city of Lincoln.
Lancaster County, Nebraska. Maid sale will
take place at the above Lamed store room at
No. 146 North Tenth street, in the city of Lin
coln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, and may bo
adjourned from day to day at the same time
and place until completed.
First National Bank of Lincoln, Nebraska.
By Harwood & Ames A Ames, its attorneys.
First publication Oct. 22. 4)
in tho District Court of Lancaster County, Ne
braska. In the matter of tho ap-)
plication of George, 11. i
Clarke, as executor of I ORDER TO SHOW
the last will and testa- - CAUSE.
ment of Alonzo Barnes j
deceased, for license j
U sell real estate. J
This cause comes on to be heard upon the pe
tition of the said executor and the proofs of
fered in support of the same ; and it appearing
therefrom to the court that there is not suffi
cient personal property of said estate in the
bands of oaid executor to pay the legal debts
andexvens s of thesamo;and it further ap
pearing that it la necessary and proper that
the real estate of said Alonzo Barnes, deceased,
should be Bold to pay tho same; and the court
being fully advised in the premises.
It is ordered and adjudged that all persons
interested in said estate be, and they arw here
by directed to be. and appear before the said
court upon the 5th day of December, 193, at 9
o'clock standard time in the forenoon, then and
there to show cause, if any such there be, why
a license ahould not be granted to said execa
tor to sell the real estate of said deceased de
scribed in said petition, for the purpose of pay
ing tho debts and legal expenses of the said
It is further ordered and adjudged that ser
vice of tbi notice be made by publishing the
same for four (4) successive weeks in The
Conner, a legal newspaper of sjd county.
Dated at Lincoln, u the county and state
aforesaid, this ISth day of October. 1S98.
(Signed) Albert J. Cornish.
As Judee of the District Court.
Firsr publication Oct. 22. 4.
The defendants, John Knight Lowe. Marga
ret L. Knight, Tunis B.Van Wjck, Helen Hea
cock. Allie Van Wyck Pope, Russell Heacock
Bellows, Eugene D. Heacock. will take cotico
that on the 14th day of October, 188. Nathan
8. Harwood, trustee, the plaintufi herein, filed
his petition in the district court of Lancaster
County, Nebraska, against them, impleaded
with John D- Knight, executor of the estate of
Helen V. W. Knight, deceased, th object and
prayer of which are, to set aside certain deeds
of conveyance made by the defendant John D.
Knight to the defendant Lewis C Dunn, and
by Lewis C.Dunn to said Helen WW. Knight,
deceased, conveying lots seven. 7. eight, 8. and
nine. 9, in block twenty-oce 21. of Lavender'
addition to the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, and
decree the same subject toa judgment obtained
by the plaintiff on the 21st day of March, 1898.
against the defendant John D. Knignt in the
sum of S2.020.S4, and $45.01 coats land alio to
decree saio judgment t be a lien upon a certain
beqnest of SI0.0U0 given to said John D. Knight
by the last will and testament of tbesaid Helen
V. W. Knight, deceased, and to restrain the
said John . Knigbt. executor of the estate
of Helen V.vV. Knight, deceased, from selling
the real estate of aid estate under the power
contained in said will, and from receiving
the purchase price thereof; and for the ap
pointment of a receiver to take possession of
said estate and enforce the rights of the plain
tiff thereto, and fo" such other and further re
lief as equity may require.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the 2Sth day of November. Ii98.
Dated Octooer 20. 198.
Nathax S. Hakwood, Trustee.
By RicketU fc Wilson, his Attorneys,
Cauip Dewey, four miles loutfa of Ma
nilla, PhiHpine Islands-, Co. D. lit Regt.,
Neb. Vol. My Dear Mamma:
They tay that Gen. Greene a brigade,
which took Manilla ia going to be given
a new suit of fancy trimmed clothe, a
hat, leggings and shoes. Heavens! but
won't we look out of sight. The suita
are made of light brown linen and are
trimmed in blue.
About all we have to do now is guard
duty and as nothing has bsppesed late
ly there is not much to write about this
time. Yesterday we had guard inspec
tion. Company D was highly compli
mented oa the cleanliness of its quarters
The band is playing now and as they
are in the next room to ua we get the
full benefit. We are lying around is our
white suits listening. We have one of
the finest bands on the island and it is
just about as good as any band on any
other island. Just now they are playing
"Come Back to Me Sweetheart" Now
that the war seems to be over, most of
these plugs would like to do so. When
the band plays "Homo, Sweet Home" the
whole gang always turns in and sings it.
You can't appreciate that soog'until you
get away over here on the other side of
One of our kids ran onto an advertise
ment in one of the papers here and be
gan to read, in a sing-song way. "peach
preserves 20.:, fresh butter 25c, apples
40c." That was as far as he got when he
was choked to aeath. At this point an
other individual read, "The W. R. C.
will Eerve lunch at ." Here he
expired. We are eating pretty good
grub lately. We get the eame kind and
the same amount as before but we have
a cook who knows bis business and ia
not too lazy to move as the last one was.
We always have plenty of gravy and
soup and all we can eat of other things,
and they are never burnt or underdone
Give my love to everybody.
Ed. R. Sizzk, Jr.
September 1, 1898.
First Publication Oct. 29. 4
In the District Court of Lancaster
Benjamin Lombard. Jr..
Alice R. Pearce, Frank j '
earce, et al..
Alice R. Pearce and Frank Parr sill
take notice that on the 22d day of Octo
ber, 1898, Benjamin Lombard, Jr.. plain
tiff herein, filed his petition in the Dis
trict Court of Lancaster county, Nebras
ka, against eaid defendants, et al . the
object and prayer of which are to fore
close a certain mortgage executed by the
defendants, Alice R. Pearce and Frank
Pearce, to the Lombard Investment
Company and assigned to plaintiff, jpon
the following described rial estate, own
ed by them, situated in the county of
Lancaster, and state of Nebraska, to wit:
Lot number four (4), in block number
cine (9), in Sunnyside Addition, to the
city of Lincoln, east of the Sixth princi
pal meridian, to e ecu re the payment of a
certain promicsory note, with coupons
attached, dated September 20, 1888, for
the sum of 1800:0, and due and payable
on the 1st day oc October, 1893; that
there is now due upon said note and
mortgage the sum of t8C000. with inter
est from October 1,1897, and the further
sum of 126.30 with interest from Sep
tember 12. 1898, for taxes, and the furth
er sum of $3.00 with interest at 10 per
cent from June 25, 1898. for insurance;
for which sums, with interest from this
date, plaint If prays for a decree that de
fendants be required to pay the 9ame,
or that eaid premises may be told to
satisfy the amount due.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 5th day of Decem
BENJAMIN LOMBARD, Jr.
By A. B. Coffroth, his Attorney.
What do you think, Pat, of the trans
migration of souls?
Oi think, be jabber, there ought to
be a law to kape the domned furrisera
out of the country.
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