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ATTY AT LAW
ford, her husband, first real name unknown
and John McGloin. non-resident defendants:
You and each of you are hereby notified
that on May 12th, 1894, Azariah H. Sawyer,
as executor of the last will and testament
of Eliza F. Clark, deceased, as plaintiff, be
gan an action against you and other defen
dants in the district court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, the object of which is to
forclose a certain mortgage on the following
land in said county, towit: lots number ten
(10) and eleven (11) in block number eight
(8) Sunny side addition; according to tho
recorded plat thereof, made by John B.
Horton, dated October '29, 1885, to secure
the payment of a promissory note of said
J. B. Horton to one Wm. M. Clark, trustee
for 1935 on which there is now due 81,103.30
with interest from April 29, 1891 at ten per
cent per annum pursuant to coupons.
Plaintiff prays for a decree -of foreclosure
and sale of said land to satisfy said liens as
aforesaid for deficiency judgement and gen
You are required to answer plaintiff's pet
tion on or before the 30th day of July, 1891.
Azabiah h. Sawyer, Plaintiff.
June 233t By S. L. Geisthardt, attorney.
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Notice cf Peti i.n for letter 8.
In re estate of Michael Barrett deceased
in tho county court of-Lancastcr county,
Nebraska, the state of Nebraska, to the heirs,
legatees and all persons interested in tho
Take notice. that a petition of Joseph
Barrett, praying said court to grant an ex
tension of time for paying debts and settle
ment of said estate, has been tiled in said
court; that the same is set for hearing on
tho 10ui.day of July 1891 at 9 o'clock a. m.
and that if you do not then appear and con
test, said court may grant such extension of
time for settlement of the said estate to
Joseph Barrett, administrator thereof.
Notico of this prbceding shall be publish
ed threo weeks succesively in Tun Courier
prior to said hearing.
Witness my hand and seal of this court,
this lGth day of June, 1891.
, - v , Acting county judge.
rs June 23-3t
Attractive Beatrice Chautauqua.
One faro for the round trip June 2 1st to
July 4. Special train on Sunday, June 21,
and July 1, via tho Union Pacific leaveTJin
coln at 9.00 a. ra.
Sunday June 24 and July 1.
Tho Union Pacific will run a special train
to the Beatrice Chautauqua, leaving Lin
coln at 9.00 a. m. One faro for the round
H. J. WHITMORE. f
ATTY. AT LAW, "
In the district court of Lancaster county,
Nebraska. Mrs. Eliza A. Richards, plaintiff
vs. Orson G. Baldwin, defendant.
Orson G. Baldwin, defendant, will tako
notice that on the 15th day of. June, 1894,
Eliza A. Richards, plaintiff herein, tiled her
petition in the district court of Lancaster
county, Nebraska, against. said defendant,
tho object and prayer of which are to fore
close a certain mortgage executed by the
defendant to one F. W. Baldwin, and sold
and assigned to this plaintiff, upon tho
south east quarter of section nineteen,
township nine, range six, cast of tho sixth
p. m. in Lancaster county, Nebraska, to
secure the payment of a principal note of
82500 with interest coupon notes of 8175
eaeh for annual interest on said note, said
notes dated May 21th 1890 and duo May 21,
1895. Default having been made in tho pay
ment of interest and taxes the whole of said
note has become due and payable and there
is now due upon said notes and mortgage a
sum of 82675 with interest at ten per cent
from May 21, 1891 and 838.95 with ten pr ct.
interest from June 14 1894. Plaintiff prays
for a decree that defendant be required to
pay tho same or that premises may by sold
to satisfy tin amount
You are required to answer said petition
on or before Monday, the 30th day of July,"
Juno 23 4t ELIZA A. RICHARDS
By II. J. Whitmore.
One Pars For the R,ound Trip.
To Beatrice, special train leaves Lincoln at
9.00 a. m., Sunday, June 24th and July 1st
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