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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Notice in thix CVmulO Cent a Line.
If. Tipton. Brownrille. U. S. Vaator.
W. Jlitchcock. Omaha. U. S. Senator.
Lorenso Crocne. Representative.
SILAP GAKUEIt. Governor. Lincoln
J. J. Gt-ejxr. Linroln. Sec of 5te.
J.B Wtftm, Kestriee. Anditor.
H. A. K-nig. Colr-mhus. Treasurer.
J. R. Welter Hentrice. Att'y -n.
J-.M. McKenzte. Lincoln. Pap. Pub. Insirue.
Geo- B. Like- mabn. Chief JMtiee.
DonttNejra'V.aCitT. ite Jo.
Hain,lMMwell.Fltinouiuj w:,M ""
J. A. Tullcyn,
E. II. June,
I. W. Tullcyi.
ii. C. Hill.
jL S. kalry.
W. J-'. Tbrn.
Probate J mice.
rili en 2".
A JR. Hardy,
G. W. IUII
Arrival m fxtiritrf T Rail
from tkf Red Clo4 I. .
Juniata Lravcs Monday's
f ednoday's and Friday 7 a m.
JbkWcii dow:d y p. m. triveTncs-
J; Thursday and Saturday V 7 p. n:.
Bakvakd leaves Tuesday's and
FridavV f p in. arrives Tuc-dsyV
end Frid.iyV 51 p. m. Mail closed
Fravku, roinir east, Monday's
atid Thurcday's 2 p. ix. Going wot
JkTuesday's and Friday's 10 a. ui
Pleasant II :li. leaves Thursdays G
a. uj. Atrive.- Wednesday's 4 p. m.
Mill elofed 9 p. ui.
Jewell Kan.p. arrive! Friday V
12 ui. Jy.aves Friday 1 p. ui.
Rust EL, Kanras, arrives Thursday's
12 a. ui. leaves Thursday 1 P- m
OffiV r.rn fro id 4 unliil C p. m.
All rerietrrod umtter tnnt be in
tbe evuntiig before the uiails leave.
L B. MeNirr. P. M.
CONG REG ATION AL CH U KC II
Services cyery Grt and third Sab
hat b of each month vt lied Cloud
ifej Inovalti. HI o'clock A. M. ar
Red Clyud. 2 o'cloek p. M. at In
Cale. Every fecund and lourih
FabhalhK at Batin and Harmony
Precincts B.F.V. A. MaXWKLL,
BAfTIST CIIUIICIT. Rev. Thoa
MrxLow, 1'astor. Stirvices every
Iburtti Sabbath at TJ l. M.
5fT.UATlI Sni'L every Sabbath
morning at II A. M
.1. v. I'otteu. Supt.
l'rayrr niPfiinx."ahbath and Thnr
iav evenntgt. All held at the school
biusejut noi tb of town.
refo.-eue, l0 cents per gallou Gar
ber 4 (. - . -
Fre.-h Oysters, by the can or
dozen at Geo. Zchs. AL-o frc-h
bread,-, pics, cakes, confectionary, &c
Tiec thine for the litt'c folks at
the 4st OlHcc. Call and look at
l!c.t and cheapest asr-ortroent of
Br4loie:y iu town at the Post Office.
Go to the Post Otfice fbr paper,
pen pencil, slates. &c &c
(Jo lo ?herer's fur your drugs,
Patent uiedicitice &c
Candies, the bot and purest in
town, at Geo. Zeis.
" -A few County Watmnt wanted at
once by WiLLCOX.
Save your money these "hard tinutf
by goinc to Willcox, who will save
-kj-ou r money on your taxes.
?The Dmne.-tie Seeing Mach'ne
iswicknowlcdued by all cotuiTctenl
uoges to be the Uat machine now be
ore the public
TW pu-rbasc for Cash. 50 head ot
FprTng Calves and Yearlincs from G
to IS month old. Inouire. of
A n.ile.s ICa-t of Red Cloud.
17:lice to Teachtrs.
Nniicc is hertsby given. That 1 will
cxnniine all persons who maj desire to
ofler themcelvos as candidates for
tecbcr.s of the primary or common
scMbls of the county, at my office iu
Red Cloud, on the first Saturday cf
August, November. February and
Mr H. S. Kalet,
cnd to H. B. Johnson. Crete,
Neb.jur circulars of the Domestic
FJ5ng Machine; alj-o lennsto agents
(. J if you mean business and really
To whom it may concern. AH per
sons are herby notified that tbe M. P.
R. R. Company have become tired of
tbi wholesale slaughter upon their
timber, in the Republican Valley.
And1 from this time forward we
propose to protect our own interests,
and by so doing we think we sh II
protect the best interests of the set-tlersa-j
we are convinced that thereis
no timber in the Valley to sjfare.
Especially to be drawn oat of the State
or o&f into lumber, or in any manner
wasted. And we hope ail good eiti
xens will consider these matters care
fully aud lend us their inSuence to
protect what timber there tuny be left.
J. D. Ldtiripoe,
Land Com'r. M. P. Railway.
Two thousand pounds trf pork, at-j
the Red Goad Meat market, Tor
'which 1 will pay the highest cash
Mica. Also some Fat. Cattle.
-Jj20 Mark FT. Warner.
TV. N. Richardson bib & lirge up
ply of seed corn oa baai, for (1,25
per bubeL !23-ki3.
NEW 0001 L
A frcEh nock of Dry Goods and
Groceries li be wld at bottotu pricee
at tbe Grange Store.
UnK h tfitM fur High! Yon can
buy a good pair of kip boots fur four
dollarn at the Graopc Store.
Try some of that good Tea at the
rsrrniNT.s i imprints i
Theniees! Prints in town can be
had at the Grange Store.
If you want to get yonr Stationery
cheap go to the Po?t Office. 24tr4
Granger's, if you want good tea,
coffee, sugar, and other rocries call
at the Grange Store, next door to the
I'os office. John G. Potter, Red
Go to Smith k Calvert for Furni
All kinds of Dry Good in large
xupply and at rcafouable rates at
Gabber & Co'h.
Good warm fall and winter ohawb
atrd dress goods at
O. & Co'.
A foil stock of Boot? and Shoes,
for the fall trade at
G. & Co's.
Granpcr's, if you want your
Granger boots and chocs, call at tht
Grange Store. John G. Potter.
Matches, .5 cents per box at Garbcr's.
Lump chimneys, H or 25ct at Gr
berf. Three bars soap, 25 cents, Gather Si
Soda JO cents per pound, at Garbers.
GOOD NEWS GOOD NEWS.
For the Farmers of Webster and
GRANGE STORE IN RED
The Ftorc kept by John G. Potter
having been appointed by the County
Patron of IIub.indry will find it to
l heir interest to trade at the Grange
Don't forgot the place Next door
to the Pot Office.
J. G. POTTER, Red Cloud.
A full assortment of ladies shoes,
all the latest varieties at
G. k Co,
Wanted. Every one to know,
thnt Berenzen k Co., are selling off
i heir entire stock of Groceries, Cloth
ing Boots, Shoes &c at coat. This
is no humbug.
Ladfea, call at B.-aV-Co'fl, and get
a nk-e dress pattern for 9c. per yard.
Grangers call and see if R R.
Shercr, ain't selling Drugs and Paints,
cheaper than any other house in the
valley, all others know it. Every
Dr. Thos. B. Williams wi-hes to'
say that all who are indebted to him
must call and settle by Jan. 1st, eith
er with tbe cash, or by giving a note.
Initial, Tinted paperand envelopes
at the Post Office. 24w4
School crayons for 35ct a box at the
Post Office. 2iw4
If you want cheap reading go to
tbe Post Office. 24w4
To close out our stock we sell for 1
Calico, 7 per yard. Best cloth gait
ers f 1S5. Boots warranted $4,00.
Mens shoes, $1,95. Flannels best,
40 cents per yard. Extra sole leather
GOet. per lb. Sheep;lin mitts, OOcts.
We will rent our tore with a good
cellar for a very small consideration,
to give a man a chance.
29 tf J. Berenzen k Co.
The Annual Meeting of School
District No. 2 of Webster County,
Nebraska, for the Election of School
District Officers, and for the transac
tion of such other business aa may
lawfully c3ujc before it, will be held
at the School House in Red Cload on
Monday the fifth day of April 1S75 at
2 o'clock p. ib. Dated this 16th day
of March 1S75. I. W. Tclleys,
Two two horse corn plauters for sale
cheap, to close out iy stock of Agri
cultural implements. '
32-tf. M. B. McNitt.
Notice to Schoof Boards.
To District School Boards:
You will please take notice thaJJy
an act of the Legislature, approved
February 25th, it is ui-de the duty of
School District Boards to furnish
immediately to the County Clerk a
statement of the amount of Bonds
heretofore issu d, and not already
paid, the date of each Bond, the rate
of interest, and when aud where it
You will mate this statement as
possible, and unless made in time
for the Couuty CemBlisaionera to levy
the lax required to pay the interest
on your bonds, no tax will be levied
for that purpose.
The law makes it the duty of the
County Commissioners to levy the
tax .at the aasae time other taxes are
levied on the first Monday in July.
By order of the Board of County
J. A. TULUETvCo. TJterk;
Red Cond, April 7, 1875.. 3t 6
vww-ryr.,. . ,mt i ., , i n,
The advertising ratofbr
Tub Chief for tbe j
1875, will be
Oac column, per year
Ooe-htlf column do
Bu sines Cards,
do when in-erted for abort
time, "per Booth, 1.50
Local notice (third page) to regw
lar advertisers, 5 cents per fine for
Transient notice, per line. 10 eta.
Under the head of -'Special'" sjet
in solid Nonpareil notice wttl be in
serted for 2.7 cents an inch or less, for
each insertion. This last fora we wieh
to iBtrodacc to those who waat to aril
or bay stock, land, or for the general
want of thecomBsonitv.
Legal notices at Statute ratea. At
torneys and oCcers of the law will be
held rehj.oiMuble for the legal notice
they band in.
Lodge and other Associations will
be charged 5 cent per Hoe for all
notice' not of interest to tbe genera!
Standing advertisements and locals
from regular advertiers payable at
the end of each quarter.
Transient advertisement, and no
lice rr0B auangers must be paid in
Tliese ratef will be adhered to, ex
cent asreirards filling contracts.
No nenton need ask arty deduction
or ditcount from the above rates r
Willcox L 6illham.
Uave for sale choice tracts of land,
and good elaiais.
All lettera of inquiry answered
ICO acres deeded land. 1 J mhVs east
of Utd 'Jioud. 80 acres good bottom
grass land, balance bojooth uplaud
prauie, well watered. A bargaiu.
A good claim of 100 acres, three
miles trom lied Cloud, well watered
und some timber. A few acres under
cultivation. Can bo ukcu as a home
stead. NO. 3.
A good claim of SO acres, four miles
from Red Cloud, south of the river.
Timber and water.
For further particulars call
Willcox k Gillham,
ICED CLOUD, - - '- NEB.
Two good Corn Planters for sale
very cheap at McNitt's. I will take
young stock in part payment
35td M. B. MoNitt.
Taken up by the undesigned, on
Sec. 20. Town. 1. range 12, on the
18th day of April, 175 ; One cuw 11
years old, color a light red, brusti of
tail white, under crop in right ear.
35 5w August Piekstokph.
Red Cloud, April 20ih, 1875.
CHEAP, C33APSS, CHEAPEST.
If you want a first-class Sowing Ma
chine, cheap for cash, go to the Post
Office, aod see a Lyon Sewing Ma
chine before buyiug. The Lyon S. M.
Co., employ but one agent between
them aud the people ; that agent is
the retail agent, to him they sell,
direct from the shop, always for cash ;
thereby saviug to the people frooi 25
to 30 per cent, which other companies
pay to traveliug aod general agents, or
middle-men. M. B. MeNitt has the
retail agency for Webster Co., of the
Lyon Sewing Machine.
Save Monet and Health. The
reputation of the Wilson Shuttle Sew
ing Machine is so thoroughly estab
lished that no word in its com men
dation is necessary. The plan adopted
by the manfacturers of this faaus ma
chine of placing their prices so low as
to come within the reach of the poorer
classes, certainly entitles them to the
gratitude of those who are realy most
in need of such an article. Machines
will be deliverd at the nearest Rail
road Station to your place free of
transportation charges, if orderd
through the Companies Branch
House at St, Louis Mo. They aead
aa elegant catalogue aad ckroao
circular, free on -apttoatioB.
This Company waat a few snore food
On April 15th, by Judge TaUeys,
Mr. J. K. Allen, and Miss Mary
J. Meaxns, all of Webster coaaty.
DIED-On the 19th inst., Deco&ah
Brown, wife of Thos. P. Brown, aged
G2 years ; of Batin Precinct, Webster
The deceased was highly esteemed
by her friends and neighbors, aad
leaves an aged husband and laige fam
ily to nioora her loss. For many years
past she has been a member of the
Congregational Church, aad died hi
full faith of a "better laBd." The sor
rowing husband to whom she had bees
a loving companion for forty-two years,
receives the sympathy of a large circle
Geo. DeLong, of the vest part of
the coaaty, called snce the last isioe.
From him we learn, that MeRride's
addition to tbe town ef Rrrertoa, ia
Franklin county, is be'anlngto "laosa
jib." McBride has a good store ia
operation, and Mr. Faller will aoaa
hare on a large stack of areaaral BMrr
i chaadke, Cvaie aaaia. Mr. DiLaw. !.
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"k - .
Mr. Parker's aotr, that
m : kM by Bgataiar, taenboaed last
week, were fae aaisiak) Jar om ef
whjich he had reeeivwi as ofer of
$3fr0. Thi w a antic loaa so Mr.
Friday last, we reeaived esJb free
O. L Rsttlea, Wat. MowtttTwteTjr,
JoSs Sahia, aad A. G. Oweaa, all
Mtl Uatial eitizeas of Guide Rock.
Stcpfcea Baylesflluff bought the
Gc ide Rock Ferrv. of Montaomerv,
aai! will roi tbe immtf.. on the liae be
twjtca sections 9 aad 10, T. 1, R 9.
-M.L. Tbasav of Ktsa Creek.
asil aa aacasabnsl correnpoiideat, called
an Friday taC He reports that the
fat Biers have is all tbe small gtains
lb y iateni to sow, and are now plow
mi fur corn. Planting Will basin ia
-9. B. Bierce, R S. Doyle, aad
H. Holecros, all citizen of Harmony
pr mnct, were in town on fcntonlay.
M: '. Bierce is the postmaster of tbe
new office at Wheatland.
Friday last, we were more than
glad to meet Geo. Reed, formerly a
citizen of this place? and J. N. Lucas,
both of whom now hail from Republi
can City. They are always to be found
among tbe liveliest boys in tbe valley.
Mrs. J. P. Ausmus, of Smith Co.
Kansas, died on Saturday night last,
and on Monday her remains were for
warded to Clayton, Adams county,
111., for intermnL
J. Jacobson, of Juniata, came
down on Sunday, and regained until
the next day.
The Sabbath School lately organ
ized on Ash Creek, school district No.
IS, is under the aas-ices of the M. E
Church. This statement was omitted
in the communication lat week.
F. N. Richardson, one of the first
settlers of the county, and formerly
living on Elm Creek, has sold off all
his stock, eta, and gone back to Indi
ana. "Fris." was one of the lively
boys, a good citiz.m, and we regret his
departure from tbe county.
Dr. Thos. B. Williams died this
(Thur.-day) morning about 3 o'clock.
For some time past he had been in a
feeble condition, and about a week
since he was taken violently sick, but
rallied ho as to be up. Yesterday be
walked out, for a few minutes, but all
could see bis days wete about num
bered, lie was 35 years of age.
The early sown wheat is up and
looks nicely. The ground has been in
a good condition for small grain, but a
little rain just now would be good for
corn Iacd, and briog on the grass.
Read tbe list of lands for sale by
Willcox k Gillham. There's some
The Commissioners have formed
two new product, named Stillwater
aud Inavale. The boundary lines will
appeae in the proceedings next week.
Read the advertisement of
Oweus k Montgomery. Their Well
boring apparatus in undoubtedly the
best that can be devised, and has some
peculiar features which especially
recommend it for general use.
The County 01-rk has kindly fur
nished us with the following list of the
population of the county by precincts:
Red Cloud - 812.
Guide Rock....... 658.
Walnut Creek, 356.
vyaic trecK, ..............
H. G. Bill has fixed up the La
Clede House in good ttyle. The office
has been changed somewhat, aod has
been papered snd grained in good
style by Van Winkle.
VanWinkle has done a fins job of
painting and graining on the doors of
And now let us hare a word on
the matter "of planting trees, about
your lots and dweH:og;. Now is tbe
time. It will add to the beauty of
your homes aud the value of your pro
perty. This little town of ours will
ook a hundred per cent, better in five
years if those owning property will
GuidiRock, April 19th, 1875.
Ed. Chief :-I send you the monthly
report cf the Guide Rock Sabbath
School. The following have committed
the most verses to memory to thai
date: Nettie Sabic. 109 verses; Minta
Kiser, 109 ; Mary Parker, 72; Lona
Bailey, 33; Rcna Line, 20; and Jacob
Suss, 26. Sabbath School commt:noes
at 10:30 a. m. ATI are cordially invit
ed to attend. Average attendance 40.
E. 0. Parker, Sec
We learn that Mrs. Erickson, liv
ing on Farmer's Creek, has became in
sane over tbe recent fares. Dating the
storm aad fire, her little boy was away
from home on tbe prairie, and fears
for his safety and the burning of her
house, was more than the poor woman
Work on the brewery ts progress
ing as fast as drcataetaneos will allow.
It will be ia operation before many
Mrtin Papka has begun to build
a residence ia the south part of tows.
The County Commissiowers met
ia session on Monday for the purpose
of equalising the assessment.
The tatal Bnpwkfie aa shown: by
the bbbsbs jwst completed, ia2509. A
pretty gawd awawinf fee Jaw
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i-3u-JWtBk3rfScKri. j: 3&
Taw largeat advertiBCwMtJfc ktwts
kthatafO. L. Battles 4 C.
eVattta is Biriwnre, aad ArlawHaraJ
Iaaaatasewta, at Guide Bawk. Tbia
frat have asaie extensive preBaratioas
and being tborogbIy reliable will do
all they protem.
Tlie early sown grata it ip aad
frowning nicely. It is a general opin
ion that the scBaS grata will be a sc
ecas (his year.
W. W. flarrey, Eq , of Farsaen
CreekTT called oa Monday, aad g-tve wj
the ssrws from that seeriaa.
' ESTKAT NOTICE
Taken up by the Badersigned kiviag
on See. 9. 1, 12. on the 5th day of
Aaril, 1875; One black awe about
four years aid, when takes up had a
rag tied arouad iu left hind foot no
etfeer marks. Tbos. VjtCOaTft.
34-54 Red Cjowd, Aprfl frb, 187S.
Guide Rock, Webster Co., Neb.
March 26th. 1875
Sarah E Dickersoa hartag left my
bed aad board without cause or pro
vocation ; all person or persons are
forbid harboring or trusting her on my
account, for I will pay bo debts of her
" I. M. DlCKRRSOS.
. lathe District Court of the 1st Ju
dical District-in aad for Webster Co.,
The above named defendant will
take notice that ou tbe 23j day of
March 1875, tbe plaintiff Levi Moore
did file his petit joe in the office of the
Clerk of the District Court in and for
Webster county, Neb., setting forth
that on the 29th day of June 1874.
the s-iid defendant made executed aad
delivered bis promissory note to plain
tiff for the sum of $388.48, due ou or
before Sept. 1st, 1874, with interest
at tbe rate of 10 per cent, per anumn.
That as a consideration of said note
plaintiff executed aud delivered to you
a certain title bond or lots 11 and 12,
block 2, in the town of Red Cloud,
Nebraska, conditioned that upon the
payment of said note with interest,
tbe said plaintiff would execute a deed
of warranty fbr the same.
Said petition prays a judgement
against you for tbe sum of $388.48
with 10 per cent interest from June
29th, 1874, also a foreclosure and
cancellation of said bond and a sale of
aid property to satisfy said amount,
interest and costs. You are also fur
ther notified that you are required to
appear and answer said petition on or
before the 3rd Monday after the 23rd
day of April 1875.
H. S. Kalet.
32-5 $12. Att'y for Plaintiff!
In the District Court of tbe 1st Ju
dicial- District, State of Nebraska with
in and for Webster County.
. doing business under the
name k style of S. Bruns
wick k Bro., defendants. J
Tbe above named defendants will
take notice that the plaintiff in the
above entitled action did on the 27th
day of Feb. A. D. 1875, file his peti
tion against you in the office of tbe
Clerk of taid District Court, netting
forth that tbe defendant Michael Cook
and Maria Cook gave aviortgege to
plaintiff Patrick Barry on lots one and
two, block 14. in the town of Red
Cloud, iu said county to secure the
payment of one hundred and fifty-five
dollars and interest according to a cer
tain note referred to in said mortgage.
That the same Solomon Bruaswick,
Hyman Brunswick, doing business
under the name and style of S. Brans
wick ft Bro., daim some interest in
said premises, under nnd by virtue of
a eeitata mortgage given to them by
the said defendants Michael Cook,
plaintiff asks judgment on said promo
sory note for $155 00 with interest at
10 per cent from the 20th day of Feb.
1874, and that said premises be sold
to pay tbe same aad the defendants
are notified that they are required to
offer aad answer said petition on or
before the 26th day of April, 1875.
H. S. Kalet,
30-5w.pf 1 5. Att'y for Plaintiff.
WELL AUGER !
Having obtained thw agency for the
State of Nebraska for
0W33TS C2LS83ATS9 WILL 231TJT3
Aod provided ourselves with first
class machinery for making; Wells, we
take this method of soliciting orders
from all who seek water supply.
w aae mnpami te riak wall wit taa wt
aBoslrpeeu, as ia a Mltefaetory aiaanar.
SW-Graia a4 atacr Uto taken ia x
cfeaare fer wwte.
BaiafftfeaualT aatheriani aftats fer tab
State. w ofer Geaatr, TswaAio, aai iadi
Twia.il Hernia far tilt.
SPLIXaUa) SUalXaSg FOR A SMALL
$25 1 Day wfcirsUrtttw! uwf
OWEN k MONTGOMERY.
Oautie Koek, - - Jifefc.
A. A. HAjYjYER.
attha BSSard Hafl, Kr Cloub.
Cattiac ia that kiUt style nf thi
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Ia die Diftrict Court of the 1st Ja-
Distriet. Stale of Nebraska.
wttua and for Wenwer cocaty.
K."UBah. PTrwt.,g... I
doing basis urdr the
name and style of oraa-
wick k Bro's.
k Patrick rWrrDtefnl
The above aamed defendants will
take notice that the plaintiff iw the
above entitled act'wn, did oa the 11th
of tbe mid Dwtnct Cuart, bating forth
that the defendant, Michael Cook.
Eve a morweage to the defendants on
one, block 14, in the town of Red
Cfcrud, in said county, to aeemre the
payment ef owe hundred aad eighty
dowaraand wreaty fire wets ($130 75)
aoeordiBg to tx several aatea referred
te ib aid mortgage. That the defend
tit, Maria Cook has th: become the
wife of said Michael Cooky aad a sacb
cjuiBis some HNerert ib said mottgaged
premises. That the defendaat Patrick
Barry claims some interest in said
Bortgged premise i, under and bj
virtue of a certain mortgage gireato
him by the defendant Michael Ceoa
and Maria Cm.
Plaintiff a-ks Lrment fbr the sum
of owe hundred and three dollars sad
thirty-fire cents ($103.35), with inter
est from the 17th day of March, 1875;
and that said mortgaged preuuVes may
be sold to satisfy said notes nnd snort
gagas, aad the said defendants are no
tified that they are required to appear
and answer said petition on or before
the 26th day of April, 1875.
H. S. Kalet.
30-1 5 5w-pf Att'y for Plaintrtk
In the District Court of the let Ju
dicial District in and for Webster Co.,
Tnl.n 9 RV..k- 1
John G. Potter.
Alfred L Perry,
James M. Baldwin,
and A. N.SobuHcr,
II. B. Ketcham,
and IwdoTe Weil,
doing business under tbe firm
name of Schuster Ketcham 4
Co , and J. C. Ogden. S. T.
Buck and D. B. Harvey, do
ing business under the firm
name of J. C. Ogden k Co.,
Alfred E Perry, A. N. Schuster,
H. B. Ketcbam, Isidore Weil, J. C.
Ogden, 8. T. Buck, aod D. B. Harvey
now resident defendant will take no
tice that John F. Black of the county
of Red Willow, in the State of Ne
braska, did on the 9th day of April
1875, file bis petition in the District
Court within aud for the county of
Webster, in the State of Nebraska :
against the above named defendants,
witting forth that the mid John G.
Potter and Elizabeth Potter gave a
mortgage to the said Alfred E. Perry
on lot ton (10) in block twenty rix (26)
in the village. of Red Cloud, Neb., and
lots ten and eleven (10 & 11), in block
one (1). in Uiehardoa's addition to
Red Cloud, nil in said Webster county
to secure the payment of the sum of
three hundred (300) dollars, according
to certain notes referred to in said
mortgage, and also to secure A E Perry
against his liability on certain joint
debts of the said John G. Potter, and
Alfred E. Perry, assumed by John G.
Potter, and that the said Alfred E.
Perry assigned said mortgage to de
fendant James M. Baldwin, md that
said James M. Baldwin further a-wign'
ed said mortgage to plaintiff, and that
since the giving of said mortgage, the
defendants composing tbe said firm of
Schuster, Ketcbam k Co., and J. C.
Ogden k Co., claim to hare acquired
some interest in tbe premises no mort
gaged, and praying that mid John G.
Potter may par the num of two hun
dred ($200) dollars due plaintiff with
interest from May 15th. 1874, or that
said premises may be sold to pay the
same. You and each of you are here
by notified to answer said petition on
or before tbe third Monday after the
13th day of May, 1875
John F. Black,
By Willcox k Gxlham,
35-4t-$20 Att'ys for Plaintiff.
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