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Clear quarter of choice land near Grand
Island for a good residence, East or South
Lincoln preferred. Clear one-half section
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S. L. GEISTHARDT,
Attona -at. Law.
To Elizabeth Crawford,
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 T. 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
foreclose a certain mortgage on the following
land in said county, to-wit: lots number ten
(10) and eleven (11) in block number eight
(8) Sunny-side addition, according to the re
corded plat thereof, made by John B. Hor
ton, dated October 29, 1885, to secure the
payment of a promissory note of said JohnB.
Horton to one Wm. M. Clark trustee for
8935 on which there is now due 81,10330
with interest from April 29, 1894, at ten per
cent, per annum pursuant to coupons.
Plaintiff prajB for a decree of foreclosure
and 6alo of said land to satisfy said liens as
aforesaid for deficiency judgment and gen
You are required to answer plaintiff's pet
ition on or before the 3rd day of September,
1894. Az-ariah BvSawyeb, Plaintiff.
July 28 4t y S. L. Geisthardt, attorney.
EAL ESTATE BARGAINS!
Four Room cottage 28 and Hitchcock,
full lot. $600.
Four Room brick, full lot 28 and Hitch
Five room cottage with barn, cor. 25th
and Garfield, beautifully located-$1000.
We have some first class city property for
sale or trade
Room 4. 1113 0 St.
Z SHOULD BE YOUR - ,-
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. v PHIN1ER. ; .
Notice is herby given, that by virtue of
an order of salo issued by the clerk of the
district court of the Third Judicial district
of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster
county, in an action wherein Marcus
Younker is plaintiff, and John Burshek et
al are defendants. I will, at 2 o'clock P.
M., on the 28 dy of August A. D. 1894. at
the east door of the court house, in the city
of Lincoln, Lancaster county, Nebraska,
offer for sale at public auction the following
described real estate to-wit:
Lots numbered four (4) and five (5) of
Lincoln Laud Company's Subdivision of
lots eleven (11) and twelve (12) in block
one hundred three (103) in the city of
Lincoln, Lancaster caunty, Nebraska.
Given under my hand this 2G day of July
A. D. 1894. Fred A. Miller,
July 28 5t Sheriff.
To Walter N. Jardon and Mrs. Jardon
his wife, first real name unknown, non
You and each of you are herby notified
that on April 13, 1894, Jane Clark, as
plaintiff, began an action against you and
other defendants in the district court of
Lancaster county, Nebraska, the object of
which is to foreclose a certain mortgage
on the following land in said county, to
wit: The west half of the northeast quarter
of the northwest quarter of the southeast
quarter, (wj ne nvr sej) of section
number fifteen 05) in town ten, north of
range 7,east of the sixth principal Merid
ian, made by Emma A. Risley and Horatio
G. Risley, Dated April 16, 1892, to secure
the payment of a promissory note of said
Emma A. Risley and Horatio G. Risley to
said Jane. Clark for $350, on which there is
now due $402.50 with intrest from October
16, 1893, at ten per ceri"t per annum pur
suant to coupons.
Plaintiff prays for a decree of foreclosure
and sale of said land to satisfy said Hens as
aforesaid, for deficiency judgement and
Yon are required to answer plaintiffs pe
tetion on or before the 6th day of August,
1894. JANE CLARK.
By S. L. Geisthabdt, Attorney. -
ROOM 24, 1123 N ST.
I uso the Taylor system and guarantee
CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of
a chattel mortgage dated July 12th, 1894,
and filed for record in tho office of the
county clerk of Lancaster county, Nebras
ka, July 13th, 1894, executed by CharleB
S. McKenney to A. G. Preston, to secure
tho payment of $1,350 with interest at 10
percent from July 12th, 1894. and by
virtue also of of a certain other chattel
mortage or tho same property dated and
filed in tho same office at the same time,
exectued by Charles S. McKenney to
Simeon S. McKenney to secure tho pay
ment or tho sum of $350, of which $70
is payable to said Simeon S. McKenney
on a promissory note, executed by Chnrles
S. McKenney and $280 is payablo to the
Merchants Bank of Lincoln, Nebraska, on
a promissory note executed by Charles
S. McKenney as principal, and by Baid
Simeon S. McKenney as surety, default
having been mado in the conditions of both
said mortgages, we the undersigned,
second mortgagees, will Bell at public auc
tien. at tho store room situated at number
1225 0 street, in the city of Lincoln,
Lancaster county, Nebraska, on Saturday,
the eleventh day of August 1894, at one
o'clock p. m., the properly described in
said two mortgages to wit: All tho drugs,
paints, oils, notions, fixtures, furniture,
soda fountain, cigars and all and singular
the goods, merchandise, drugs etc., in tho
store room known as number 1225 O street,
in the city of Lincoln, as well as all
thereof in tho basoment of said store room.
Dated July 14, 1894.
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