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SATURDAY, MiCI'MHUlt 16, I89J,
Mollrr.
Tim timlcrstaiKHl Jirrrlr mitoh miller flint It
a III lint Im rniioillilo for r lny mix iMit Ir.
ciirroil by cmlu)r. Mccpt lliosn for wlilcli mi
iinler ilMimn iinraonnlly tinned lijf it. I III
ruin H liuporitllvp. CoiktMt run.t o,
Lincoln, Nkii., Miiy lT WJt
Tlio Courlrr mil H roiinil t
Hotol Lincoln Nows Stiuul.
Windsor Hotel Nows Btunil.
Ci'i'll"! Hotel Nowh Stand.
lln-1 Dudo Clgnr Stoic, HMO 0 St.
Ed. YiimiK. I'-W 0 St.
Clinton, Klotehor ,fc Co., 1120 O St.
Mooro'H Nhwh Btiiml. US Ho. llth St.
Couiiir.it Ollleo, 11201 O St.
ArohloKiiRlgn,2l7 8oltthSt.
INE PRINTINQAJMD ENQRAVINQ.
Tho Courier Publishing
company Ih prepared to do nil
kinds of printing', lino work,
especially, ut modoruto prices;
aim engraving, wedding in
vitations, calling cards, etc.,
Cull iiml HOO samples.
Saiuiiday Mou.nino Couihkii,
1201 0 HtlllCt.
Nollco I'rolmln t Will,
In rnpntiitiMif l'nunlkii J. Hmlilt iIitoiimimI.
In County Court, I, iiiiriintor County, Nub.
Tim Htntii of .elriikn to Dooilnmiililt, 'olliin
Htnrlic, lli'iiry Hnililt, (icrrolillnii Hlrck, Jiiiiwt
Wtilior iiml to tiny tl lior Imlm iiml tuxiiif kin
of tliomilil KiikcIkii ,1. Hmlill, ilm'i'iisiMl i
Tnku notice, tlint uiiiiii lllliiuut it written In
triiinrnt iiiriirtliiu to liu tlm liint will mill Im
tnmi'iit of mill Knuclkn J, Niulilt, ilereiiKed for
lirolnilo mill nlliiwnnco, It I onlered Unit sum
mutter bo net for lienrlim lliu ltltli tiny of Jim
luiry, A. ti. 1MM, befiirmnlil roiinty court In tlifl
roitrt liouso in Lincoln, l.niirtistcr rcmity. No
hmskn.nt t Ito hour of 10 o'clock n. in., ut which
tlnin nny itrson lulcrinteil nuiy iiplH-nr mid
content IhoHiunnj mid uotlconf this iirocwilluu
Isonlvrril ulllheil threo week iircrsslvijy
In tho Siilurdny Mortiti.u Courier, n vrookly
iiimiiiniiiir iulilllind in lid stnto.
In trstlntony whereof, 1 liuvn hereunto mt my
linml ntul tliostmlof tlm county couit, ut I,ln.
coin, till 13lli day of l)icrmbr, A. 1). 1MO.
1. W. liANSlNM, County Judo.
Notice.
Iu tho county court of Lancaster county,
Nebraska.
Hurry AhUIii vh. John Hy. Carr.
John Hy. Carr will tnko uoticu that on
tho 27th day of October. 181KI, tho Hon.
I. W. Lansing, county judge of Lancus
tor county. Nebraska, Issued iiii order of
attachment for tho mini of bovoii hun
dred (700.()0) dollars, together with in
torcHt and cohIh in an action iion a
promissory note, for that uuiouut in favor
of plnlntilT; Binned by defendant and
ponding before him wherein Harry
Ankln Ih plaintiff and John Hy Carr Ih
defendant; that tho property of tho de
fendant COllBiBtlllg of ono stock of olcO
tricnl goods, ollleo llxturcs, electrical
supplies, fuiiH, motor castings,, etc.
was attached there under and plain
titl has also caused a garnishee
ummoiiB to bo served upon
tho Htuto Journal Compuny of Lincoln,
Nebraska, commanding them to appear
and answer ull questions put to tlioin
touching any sum of money thoy may
bo owing to wilil defendant, Carr, or
of any rights, properties or credits thoy
may have belonging to said defendant,
Carr, and all of said property has been
attached under said order.
Said ciiubo has been continued until
tho 2d dtty of January, 1894, and you aro
required to answer said petition on or
before wild '2d day of January, 1804, or
it will bo taken as true.
1IAURY ASK1N.
By Pound & Burnt, his attorneys.
Notice.
In tho dUtrlct court of Lancaster county, No
uruitka. Auitlu Hlloy plalntllT, ti. Mnrtln Illloy,
Tliomm J. Itlloy und Mary lllley Dillon do
(endaut. Tliomai J. nilcy Uofondnut, will tnko notlcn
that ou tho 24thdnvof Notembor, 1MO, Auttin
Miloy, lilalntill heroin, lllwl liU vtltlou iu tlm
dlitrict court of Laucaitor county, Nobraika.
axniniit tho dofonUauti herein, tliu object hiuI
frayor of which U to fororcr qulot tho title of
ho iiorthomt quarter of ioctiou 14, towiuhlp
10, north of rautco 7, and cat of tho alxtli l. M.,
In Liancaatcr county, Nobraika, forever in tho
plalntitl, and that tho dufvudanta and nach ono
of theni bo decrood to havn no rluht, title, tu
toret, claim, or demand of any naturo what
ever in aid abovu described preinUci, and that
aid Austin Kllcy bo decreed to bo tho ownor iu
feu of uld jiromlioM. iou r required to
auiwcriatdpotitlouou orboforotho UthUay
of December. IbUU. .
Dated at Lincoln till 24th day of November,
16VW. AUSTIN K1LEY.
Hr Pocnd A Hck, hit nttorueyi.
Notice or Chattel Morltfajte (dile.
The publlo will hereby tuko notico that by
virtue of throo chattol morttuKe U-arluir dato
tlio 5tli day of November, 1MU, and recorded
iu tho county clerk's iitlice iu tho county of
Lancuiter, Ncbruakn, at 'iiii 1. in., ono to tho
"Vullej State bunk" of Hutchlnon, Kmuni, for
oloven thousand, lour huudrod and ten dollars
(1 11.4 10.UO), und ono to the "Columbia Natiouul
bunk of Lincoln, Nebrasku. for tho sum of
seven thousand, live hundred dollars ($7,&UU.0UJ,
and oue to MIIU4 lilbb, of New ork, tor tho
sum, of two thoununil, two hundred and sixty
two dollars nud twenty-four cents Ifci.'JtU.:!!),
itiven by tho tlrmof J.ll.Maurltiiis&Coiiipuuy,
aud uihiu which murtttase tho sums aforesaid
aro uuw due uudowlnir, will on the iUstduyof
December, 1HU, at ' o'clock ii. in. of said day
oiler lor sale ut publlo auction, undor and by
virtue of said mortRatres at tho storo room
known us UUU O street, tho following described
Koods und chuttvls, to-w It t
The entire stock of merchandlso coutalnod In
said store, 1UW O street, and belonging to tho
linn of J. li, Mauritius A Compuny, together
with all Uxturcs iu suid storo aud consistluK
more particularly of ladles' and men's furnish
intt ttomls und millinery, consisting of cloaks,
wraps, juckets, shawls, ladles' hosiery ami
uuderwoar, men s hosiery, kIovcs, ribbons,
laces, uotlons, all art Roods, art material anil
millinery, fancy dry woods, corset, wuists, knit
goods and furs, tho entire stock of umbrellas,
purasols, funs, handkerchiefs, towels, linens
and white Roods, tho entire stock of silks,
satins and velvet, nil jewelry and leather
Roods coutaiued iu said stock and contained in
tho various departments above mentioned and
set forth; also
Oue (1) Moslor ft Uobman safe, and cash
drawer aud desk.
One (1) cash systom of tho "Standard Storo
Be rvice'' manufacture.
Two (2) twelve foot oak counters.
Ono (1 ten foot oak counter.
Vivo (SI ton foot alass show cases ami table.
One (11 fourteen foot rIovo counter in two
sections.
Two (2) otRht foot center shelving and count
er lomblued.
One (1) kIuss display case, together with
AU sucIvIdk coutulued in th6 storo, basemont
thereof aud stock room.
Allcioctrlo liuht wiring, racks, window fix
tures and curtatus,
Dalcouy aud shelving thereon, chairs and
counter stool .
All cloak racks and hangers.
Ope (1) large panol mirror.
Ono (1) llrussols carpet.
cUaBipIng patterns and tools.
Btepradaors. VAtLEY 8TATE BANK,
Hutchison. Kansas.
COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK,
Lincoln, Nebraska,
MILL!) 4 QIBU,
New York.
Mortgagee.
Bi Ftau H otkuu, their attorney.
CHtlTf.l-&
IjJX'JiJlieV rJiVM" will be pleased with n pair of those new, stylish, easy
fitting Congress Gaiters.
I5VI5WV IVIie will be pleased with n pair of our nobby Hvcnlng
Slippers, silk or satin, eiderdown lining, or a pair of
high buttons, and for
Til 15 I IOYH we have everything, livery parent will be pleased to sec Ills
boy coining In some cold day with his face all aglow and his
feet war in and comfortable In a pair of our Hoys' Best Shoes
or Rubber Hoots.
Try it once and 'see how it
works. Our place is
10:3 O ST.
VlWSTW & TO&WS.
Haay is
1 1 m
Tho following now iiiubIc ih roMrted
by (leorgo A. Crancor: "I PioihIbo
Theo," by DeKoven, eonipanton to "O,
Promlso Mo;" "When tho Sweotheart
You liovo Ih True," ' I'm a Llttlo too
Young to Know," "MacNulty You're n
DitlHy, or (W vh. IW," "Blio Ih My Picnic
Girl," "Magglo tho Cowh aro in iho
Clover," "Adorn, Thine, Still Thine,"
"Como and KIhh Mo Siijh tho Itlrdio."
" Alwiiy ToRetlier," Willis Noiijr,
lit n, n. nowmn, i.intoi.n, Ni:n.
Ilnpi'l'. ') linppy, were tho hours of childhood,
When with tho maiden I dearly loved
Through thoureon menilowor tho slindy wild
wood.
With morry laugh I cheerfully roved;
No euro or sorrow cast n dark shailo
As through tho woodland dally wo striked,
T'wns thorn we promised to bo truo forever.
You vowed to love und 1 to defend,
That no misfortune should our lieurts dlsnotor,
hit closer clinging, line, to ono end.
Yoars hnvo paused by llko tho breath of morn
ing (
Wo havn grown old, but heart aro still truo.
Only tho lengthening shadow gavo warning
That Ufa's brief journoy Is almost through.
Wo hnvo had sorrows, many and soro,
Hushed aro tho footstops that fell on tho lloor,
But wo have never boon quite broken hearted.
Lovo lifts sustained when storm clouds wero
' nigh.
May wo bo always together till parted,
Always together, my lovo and 1.
citonvHt
Wo huvo been nlways togother, nothing our
soul can part,
Nothing can change the feelings of till quick
pulsating heart
You hnvo boon faithful ever, loving nud fond
and true.
And I delight Iu giving my warmest lovo to )oii,
llurtlngtoii Itoute Holiday llntes,
Decombor 23, 24, 25, 30 and ,'U, 189.1,
and January 1, 1894, tho B. it M. will
soil round trip tickets at ono faro and a
third, between Btatloim ou Burlington
lincH not over 200 miles apart, good re
turning till January l.
A. 0. Zkimku, City Pass. Agt.
TflE&ON
MUST
HAVE
A PAIR
OF
P. COX
HIGH
OUT
SHOES,
Thoy aro warm, good wearers,
And just tho thing.
8 1
SOMETHING
NEW,
THE
LATEST
STYLES,
SHAPES,
CUT
AND ETC.,
ONLY 13.
'rY THEM,
ED. 6. KATES
1 1 10 O STREET.
BURLINGTON ROUTE
Cheiip llxetirnlniift lo tin, South.
On Decombor 19, 181KI, January 1(5,
Kobruary 111, March 20 and April 21,
the 1). A' M. will null round trip tickotn
at ono faro to polntH in Houthern MIr
Hotiri, ArUaiiHiiH, Tennenneo. For full
information regarding routcH, Htop
ovorH, HmitH, etc., call at It. &. M. depot
or city ollleo, cornurC and Tenth HtreotH.
A. 0. ZlKMKIt,
OP. & T. A.
Mlil-Vt'liitcr I'ulr, Mnu I'riiueNeo 'ul., Kx-
I'lirnloii Tlekets Now on Niiln
Wllliltound Trip, Limit
April 0 MM.
Tho Trunk lino between Lincoln,
Ati'hiHou, St. Joe, Wichita, Hot Springs,
St. LoiiIh, HoiiHton, Galveston, J .oh
AnglcH and all pointH east went north
and Routh. Como and go via tho
Missouri Pacitlc tho popular chair car
route. 11. 0. Tmvnsend G. P. A. St.
Louis, Mo. Phil DnnlulH C. P. ,fc T. A.
Telephone No. 599. City ollleo 1201 O
street, Lincoln Neb.
The Union I'liolllo. C'henp Ituten.
Only 9.'U).0U llrstchiBH to Ogden, Salt
Lake, Helena, Spokane and Portland
Oro.
For full particulars call at city ticket
ollleo 1011 O street.
Clergyman's Permits, IHIIl.
The Union Pacitlc will now rccoivo
applications fcr permitH for 1891.
Como early. City ticket ollleo 1014 O
street.
llilir It ill f to Tftxiis.
On December 12, 1893, January 0,
Foburaryl!!, March 13, April 10, and
May 8,1891, tho DAM will sell oxcur
hIoii tickets from Nebraska aud Kansas
stntioiiB to points in Tojcub at ono faro
for tho round trip. For tickets and full
information regarding limits, stop overs,
etc., call at li. & M. dopot or city ollleo,
comer O and Tenth streets.
A. C. Ziemf.u. C. P. & T. A.
Cup
And Saucer
Free.
Gonuino China.
Head The Couiuku's special oiler.
GHINAGUPAjraUGERFREE!
A beautifully decorated
aftor-diunor cup and saucer
of tho finest china given
away freo to ovory now sub
scriber to Tiik CouitiEh who
pays 50 cents in advanco for
k threo month's subscription.
Hi tiicbo cups anil saucers can
not bo purchased for less
than 75 conts or 91. Sam
ples will bo placed on exhi
bition at Tub Coukiek ofllce
1201 0 street, in a fow days.
TH
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Homo treatment is sent out by ox
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