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CAPTURED' A TRAIN.
C0MMONWEALER8 ARE COMING EAST
OVER THE MISSOURI PACIFIC.
rtilHr Dpity Manhali In Pnnalt !
4utrfaU Traveling at tha Rata of riftf
t Mile nn Hour Kalljr and General
, Wearer QuarrcljgCoiejr CMnvlcUO,
Pcemo, May 0. Ttifwlny ovenlngiw
an engino of tho Denver and IlloGranJo
railroad wm taking coal, tho firorann
being off tho engine, it wan (suddenly
srronndod by 15 of tho men nndcr Gen
eral Bandore, who came in Saturday as a
Oozcy band. Thoy took tho engineer
and ran tho locomotive down to tho Mis
souri Pacific yards where six coal cart
had boon left a short time before. Tho
whole band boarded these cars and at
taching tho Rio Orando engine started
for tho east at n lively gait. Four miles
out they met an engino which was com
ing In for, tho pnrposo of taking out a
passenger train, as all rolling stock has
beenkopt out of tho town sinco tho
Crlpplo Creekers arrived. Tho engineer
reversed and is keeping ahead of tho in
dustrials. Tho latter stopped their train
at Doolo mid tdok coal and water. Tho
engines passed Nepesta going 50 miles an
Tho superintendent has an ongino and
car overturned in a cut at Olncy so that
tho runaways can get no further than
that point and they may experience a
collision. A train has started from
Pueblo with doputy marshals and 30
officers to overtake tho band. The sciz
bid prevented tho movement of mails.;
Commonweal Leaden Convicted.
Wabiiinoton, May . Tho threo lead
ers of tho commonweal Coxoy, Drowno
aad Christopher Columbus Jones havo
bees found guilty of violnting tho laws
by a jury of their peers and will havo to
nbmlt to a sentenco hereafter imposed
by tho court for tho recent demonstra
tions on the Capitol grounds. All threo
of tho accusal wcro convicted on the
first . count of tho indictment which
charged them with displaying a banner
designed to bring into public notice tho
Coxoy Qooa Roads association Jones of
Philadelphia was acquitted of tho second
count which accused tho mon of tread
ing on the grass, Cut Coxoy and Drowno
Cozeylte Hplklng nail.
SriuauB, Wash., May 8. Tho Coxoy
itos havo been for days interfering with
the Northern Pacific road by spiking
the rails on tho heavy up grades and
warming on tho cars in tho yards. Ono
of their number concealed himself on
the trucks of a cattle- train, and when it
reached hero set tho air brakes, thus pro
venting tho train from being rnshod
through. Tho Coxoyltos boardod threo
ears, and tho officials havo ordered tho
tbek unloaded, and dcclaro thoy will
not carry tho industrials. Tho country
la thronged with Coxeyitcs, and recruits
are constantly nrrivlng.
Another Fhaxe of the Coxejr Movement.
Fkikjub Fam-s, Minn., May 8. A
Coxoy organizer, who was hero with a
wing of tho army, in nn interviow said
95,000 was subscribed in liutto to help
tako tho army which ho is organizing in
the west to tho oast. Ho says other
' cities on tho coast havo raised largo sums
to send unemployed workmen east. Thoy
care nothing about tho effect of tho
novemont. Tho west, it is assorted,
ha been getting tho dead beats and un
deslrablo citizens of tho east and is now
hipping them back by tho trainload,
Itanrinll' Army Arretted,
La Pobtk, Ind., May 0. General
Randall and his officers nro in jail hero,
having marched into tho city contrary to
orders of tho authorities. Mayor Scott
has promised tho general that his army
Will bo furnishod supplies if they will
move on, and it is probable they will
comply. Meanwhile both urmies are in
camp awaiting tho result of tho trial.
.There is groat excitement among citizens
Kelljr Ready For the Crnlae.
Dxs Moinks, May 0. General Kelly's
boats aro almost completed and tho army
hs fixed upon 0 a. m. as tho timo for
taking tho start from Des Moines. Thoy
hare food enough for three days, Oaku
loosawill send today 1,000 loaves of
beard, and cotico and meat besides. Tho
start will bo a sort of gala procession,
and tho army is in Iwttor spirits than it
Has been for Boveral days,
. Work for Carter' Arinjr.
Salt Lake, May 7. W. H. Roming
ton, who returned from Pocatello, said
he was authorized to state that Kil
patrlckand Collins, tho railroad con
tractors at Beatrice, Nob., will furnish
employment for every member of Cur
lers army cnmpeu near ncre. Tho men
who number ovor 400 will bo paid $1,50
DltctUMd the Tramp Qneitlon.
BT. Louw, May . President Scavey
ef Omaha and Secretary Carr of Grand
Rapids, Mich., woro ro-electod by tho
.national union or tho Uhlors or Folfco.
'Ob motion of Major McClaughroy Tho
National Police Reporter, published at
Omaha, was mado tho ofllcial organ of
the anion, A lengthy discussion of the
tramp question in nil its phases followed.
Antwerp Kipoelllnn Opened.
Antwerp, May 7. King Leopold, ac
eompaniod by tho king of Belgium, tho
Countess of Flanders, tho cabinet min
isters and a host of prominent ttorsons,
opened tho World's exposition today
lirith annrntiriur rnmiminlM Tlinrn
J were over 115,000 people present.
Niobrara Urldge I1JII Approved,
Washington, May 10. Tho president
has approved tho act to protect birds and
animals in Yellowstone park and to au-
thnricA rhn tvwincitrnntfoii of a. rtrlrtcrfl
W across tho Niobrara river "at Niobrara,
Sm Lansino, Mich., May 7. Governor
loh announced the aoDointmentof John
-ftrtcn. Jr.. as United States feuator to
tffefcNtl fetutor tteckbridft . , ,
THE RED CLOUD
GAVE BRECKINRIDGE AN OVATION.
Ihe Kentucky CnnRretnfin Opens lilt
CanvaM For a HcnnmlnMlon.
Lexuvotom, Ky Mny 7. Lexington
was crowded today with partisans o!
Colonel W. C. P. Breckinridge, who
gathered from all over tho Ashlnnd dis
trict to givo tho opening of his canvass
for rcnotninatlon a great spectacular
sendoff la his own home." Tho meeting
was held nt tho opera houso nt 2 o'clock.
Colonel Breckinridge' speech wai
mainly devoted to a review of his enreer
In congress, beginning with tho first elec
tion of Cleveland, mid ho pointed out
that no mnn In tho Democratic party
has taken moro advanced ground on tho
tariff question, or dono moro to unify tho
party on economic measures. Ho re
plied to the claims of his opiionenU that
he is a flowery orator, but not n prac
tical statesman, by reciting with great
particularity his labors on committees
and on tho floor of congrew. Tho con
clusion of his speech was devoted to
tho scandal and tho opposition to
his nomination on moral ground;!.
Ho denounced and defied thoso
who nro assailing him, tho newspapers,
and says tho future will vindicato his de
voted friends and confound thoso who
seek to destroy his usefulness. This per
sonal address differed from other pub
lished utterances sinco tho trial on ono
important feature. Rescinding to tho
charge of hyiocrIsy in taking a leading
part in religious and moral movements
whilo living a double life, he says ho
was all this timo mukiug atonement for
a secret sin which ho dared not confess
and did everything in his jwwer to keep
others from following in his footsteps.
FAVOR INTERNATIONAL BIMETALLISM
Fifty Prominent Chicago llnnkom nnd
Financiers Hlgn a Ulmttnlllc Creed.
Chicago, May 7. Chlcaim bankers.
merchant princes and manufacturers,
whoso names aro widely known, havo
como out for International bimetallism.
Marshall Field, Lyman J. Gage, George
M. Pullman nnd fiO others of wealth and
importance in tho financial world hnvo
signed a creed with bimetallism as ite
basis, nnd pledged themselves to promote
lis auoption as an international system.
This Is tho outcomo of n conferonco held
a short time ago by sevoinl prominent
financiers. At tho conference tho fol
lowing statement of principles was pro
pared by a committee: "This comimtteo
is formed for tho purposo of promoting
tho establishment of international bimet
allism upon tho general plan of tho Latin
union, but with n broader basis."
Thoso concerned in tho movoment nro
earnestly opiosed to free coinage of sll
vor or any increased uso of Bllvor by thLs
country. Independent of international
action and ngrocmont, and beliovo that
tho repeal of tho purchaso claiiio of tho
Sherman act affords a fitting nnd fortu
nato opportunity for advancing tho cnuso
of International bimetallism. Thoy bo
liovo that tho day is not far distant when
tho necessities of commorco will compel
tho international uso of silver as well as
gold In tho currency throughout tho
world. Franklin II. Head, who was ap
pointod secretary of tho committee, nt
onco set about finding others of tho saino
bollof, and up to tho presont timo has so
cured tho signatures of ovor 00 promi
WORK OF WIND AND HAIL
Saturday' filorin Wn More Widespread
Than nt Flrxt Iteportud.
CiHCAao, May 8. Dispatches received
show that Saturday's storm was moro
widespread than nt first reported. At
Fairbury, Ills., great trees, fences nnd
weak structures wero levelled to tho
ground. Signs In tho business part of
tho town wero torn looso nnd hurled
over tho glass fronts. Tho front of A.
R. Chapman's agriculture waruhouso
was entirely blown out nnd somo of tho
stock injured. Great flamngo was done
In tho vicinity of Aurora, Ills. Mnino
Station, near Albi, Ia was visited by a
cyclone and heavy hall, which caused
much damage. Ono woman was so
badly injnred that she dlod. Over a
dozen houses wero blown down and
much damage dono to fruit and small
From Lndora, la., It is reported n
waterspout and hailstorm occurred, en
tirely destroying early garden stuir and
doing great damage to corn and wheat.
At Brooklyn, tho loss of glass in dwell
Ings will amount to several thousand
dollars. Soveral thousand people woro
painfully Injured by tho hall. Crops aro
badly damaged, and considerable stock
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC MARKET8.
Chicago flrnln and 1'rovUlom.
Ciiicaoo, May 8. Weak-nets nu'ftln marked
the day In thu wheat pit, May nmkliik' u now
ow record nt M)fc, ami July nnhihliiic Mo
lower than yesterday. July corn unchanged,
oats ia higher and provisions finished lower
68M: Hentember. I4V; December. KJfJo.
COItN-Hleady. Cash, 37Jfic; July, )c; Sep-
OATS-Strong. Cash, 35c; July, WOSlHc;
September. M4t3.5)(Jc. '
V ',,wir' -a,,' i-'-'WM"iy. f i-'.:iTi.
LAItl)-l,iver. Cash, fj7.37M; July, 87.0TW;
Chicago Llvo Stock.
CniCAOo, May B.-OA'n'I.K-Tlio rattle
market was nominally unchanged; no grades
eoldnny loner than on Monday, anil If there
were wile at an advance on that day's prices
they were thu exception and not thurulc.
HOUS-lt was a tough market for w Hint of
hogs. Shipping order were few and puckers
dldnoUcciiitniiecd a hug. hut at reduced
prices most of the otulf nan worked oh". Tho
bulk went ntVloV IV There wen. hcmal
trades at IV 9) ami two or three at VZ whlln
poor and common lot were void at tl.MiAa Ui
BHKKI'-The market. Ilko cattle and hogs.
uaa lightly mipplled and, like them.w as quiet.
From ll.SO to i.Ki for extra quality, wile
ranged downward lo ,7JrtW.:M fur poor stun.
Common to good lots comprised tho greater
part of the supply and Bales were largely at
S3.350i.SJ. Yearling wcro quoted at fl.Sia
li.bo and spring Iambi at 8l.uiao.tw.
South Omaha Lire Mock.
South Omaha, May 8. OATTLR-lie-oelpU,
i.Ouoheatlj 1300 to 1W) lbs., M.7Uiit.J;
lioo to law lbs., $J.5oaa.a); uu to mm lb.,
i3.tUaa.00; choice cowu. i.uoa3,K)i cummon
cows, tl.tlia.60l good fcodvra. aM.'.'OI&J.Sl:
common feeders, tW.WS3.1V Market steady
IIOUrl-RootlpU, 6,000 head) light, 4.8(a
106; mlsed, HW W heavr (W.q
Market So lewar,
CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MAY
NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
BRIEF BUT PITHY MENTION OF THE
HAPPENINGS OF A WEEK.
w Which Toll the Story of fioven Il.iy
Crime iinil CnMtnttle and Olhnr Iinpor
taut Matter Armnged Attractively nnd
Olren In a few Word.
rirpuMlrnn Stnte Committee
Lincoln, Mny 0. Tho Republican
State Central committee is called to meet
nt tho Millard hotel, Omaha, Tuesday,
Will Sleet In Omaha.
Ciiic.uk, May fi. The executive board
of tho Knights of Labor concluded its
session, nnd adjourned to meet in Omaha
on July 23.
Death of a former Nebnukan.
Beatmce, May ft. A messngo was re
ceived from Eldorado, Kan., announcing
the death of A. J. Davis, a former citi
ten of Beatrice
Killed by Mghlnlng.
Keaiinby, Nob., May 8. During a
brief thunderstorm L. C. Sorenson of
West Kearney was struck by lightning
and instantly killed.
Cattle 'or the Indian.
Nionii.vit.v, Neb., May !. J. C. Dahl
mnn of Chadron, special Indian Inspec
tor, is here inspecting bOO head of stock
cattlo for tho Poticas, Sautces and Flan
droaas. flrneral Van Wyoh nt Home.
Ni:iit.SK.v City, May 8. General Van
Wyck paused through tho city, on his
way homo. Ho has apparently recov
ered his health. Ills sojourn in tho east
seems to havo been very beneficial to
Injured by Alcohol ExploMon.
DeWitt, Neb., May 7. D. E. Graves,
a joweler of this place, met with n sad
accident. Whilo making n soldor his
alcohol'lamp exploded, burning his fnco
severely. It is 'feared ho will lose his
Oraut O. A. It. (Irecl Church Howe.
Giiant, Neb., May 7. Commander
Church Howo talked for two hours to tho
old soldiers at tho court house Friday
evening. Delegations of Grand Army of
tho Republic men wero present from six
To Examine PlmrmacUt.
NortFOLK, Neb., May 7. Tho uoxt
meeting of tho stnto board of pharmacy
for examination of applicants for regis
tration ns pharmacists will lx held at
tho Oxuard hotel In Norfolk on Wednes
day, May 0.
Nuppoed Kulcldo In Onge.
Bkathick, Nob., May 0. Tmabody of
Hurry Saults, aged 21, was found hnng
ing in tho bam of Charles Johnson, a
farmer living in tho northeast corner of
Grant township. It was ovidently n
case of suicide
Wind and Hall at Niipcrlnr.
Superior, Nob., May .5. A wind and
hail storm lasting 10 minutes broko
nearly every window in buildings facing
south or west, up rooted trees, demolish
ed barns nnd blow a number of freight
cars from tho track.
Church Howo Ppokc.
Kearney, Neb., May 0. Church
Howe, grand commander of tho Grand
Army of tho Republic, department of
Nobraskn, addressed tho veterans of
Kearney at tho opera house, nnd was
greeted by n largo crowd.
Irrigation Convention Closed.
McCook, Neb., MayO. Tho irrigation
convention cnino to a closo Thursday.
A permanent organization was effected,
with L. Morso of Dundy ns president:
S. P. Hart of McCook, vico president; R.
L. King of Culbcrtson, secretary, and E.
D. Willett of Harlan county, treasurer.
Alleged Forger In the Toll.
Beatrice, Nub., May 9. Allen AI
ford, tho young mnn who alwut a week
ago forged checks to tho umount of $7,
using tho linn nnmo of his employer,
Kilpatrick Brus. & Co., was arrested
and his bond fixed at $1,000. Alford
will remain in jail until court convenes.
Death or Kev. tleorgo S. Alexander.
Syracuse, Neb., Mny 4. Row Georgo
S. Alexander, editor of tho Syracuse
Journal, died, aged 0'J. Tho deceased
lias held nn uppointment in tho Metho
dist Episcopal church at Lincoln nnd
Nebraska City nnd has been chaplain nt
tho penitentiary. Ho was n Kuight
Templar of tho Nobraska City lodgo.
Kpeclal Hate to Denver.
Omaha, May 4. Union Pacific lias an
nounced n rato of $15 for tho round trip
from tho Missouri river to Denver,
Colorndo Springs nnd Pueblo for tho
Shrinors, Instituto of Homeopathy,
Leaguo of Amoricnn Wheelmen and
Lcnguo of Republican clubs, which meet
in Denver in June, July nnd August.
Hibernian (lathering at Omaha.
Omaha, May 8. Ou Tuesday tho 40th
annual national convention of tho An
cient Order of Hibernians will Ik cnlled
to order In this city. Abont 1300 dele
gates from tho United States and Cana
da will attend. Many of these aro al
rendy in tho city. Matters of general in
terest to members of tho order will oc
cupy tho four days' session.
I'axlilimnhlu Ploux Wedding.
Hay Sprikoh, Neb., Mny 0. Monday
was a gala day in tho history of Pine
Ridge agency, tho event lwing tho mar
riogo of Yellow Bird and Julian CollVy,
two prominent Sioux Indians. Tho
event was elaborately celebrated by the
Siouxs generally. The ceremony was
unique, being u blending of tho old-time
Sioux nnd civilized customs, limiting it
very romantic nnd yet impressive.
Deinlxo of Cnptalu Matthew.
Fahuiury, Neb., May 7. Captain
Austin W. Matthows, clerk of tho dis
trict court, died suddenly from heart
failure. Captain Matthews was n vet
eran of tho Mexican wur ami in tho Into
war commanded a company of tho Sec
ond Kansas cavalry. Ho had resided in
this county sinco 1871. IIo was 08 years
old. Tho funeral services will be con
ducted by tho Masonic order and Grand
Amy of tho Republlo post.
WORK OF NATIONAL LAWMAkERS.
Senator Allen' Introduce Another Coxoy
Washinoton, May 3. Representative
Johnson (Dem., O.) created n sensation
of short duration in tho houso shortly'
after It assembled by introducing a roso'
lutiotf calling for n congressional in
vestigation of tho beating of citizens by
tho police during tho Coxey demonstra
tion nt tho Capitol yesterday. Ho urged
it as n question of privilege, declaring
that tho offense occurred on the Capitol
grounds nnd purported to bo In defense
of members of congress.
Stxmker Crisp ruled that the rosolu-
Jrttoti did not present a question of jwr-
sonnl privilege nnd ruled it out of order.
Johnson asked unanimous consent to
Immediately consider tho resolution, but
there was a chorus of objections and tho
resolution was thus summarily killed.
Washinuton, May 3. No buslncia
was transacted In tho morning hour In
the houso. Tho regular order being de
manded when It was sought to obtain
consideration of a bill, the timo of tho
houso from 12:04 until 4 o'clock was
taken up in tho consideration of tho
river nnd harbor bill. Speeches wero
mado by Messrs. Cannon (111.) Weadook
(Mich.) Ellis (Ky.) Hopburn (la.) and
Ray (N. Y.)
Washinoton, May . Tho Repub
licans started their program when tho
senato mot today. Although it was ovl
dent a quorum was not present, no Re
publican made the point and tho senato
proceeded immediately with its prelim
inary routino business. Tho houso bill
authorizing the wearing of a distinctive
army and navy badgo on public occa
sions was passed on motion of Mr. Mitch
ell (Wis.). Mr. Hunton asked unani
mous consent for tho consideration of a
bill to remit the penalties on tho dyna
mite cruiser Vesuvius. Mr. Chandler
On motion of Mr. Sherman tho houso
bill to authorize tho commissioner of tho
general Inml office to issuo n patent for
Maco Clement's survey 8S0 In tho Vir
ginia military district in Omo was
passed. At this point Mr. Morgan re
fused to allow morning business to pro
ceed further. Ho movod in conformity
with tho special order that tho senate go
Into oxccutlvo session to consider tho
Tho doors wero reopened nt 12, and on
motion of Harris thotnritl bill was tuken
up. Mr. Allison suggested that tho pend
ing amendment changing tho dnto wheu
tho bill should go into effect from Juno 1
to Juno 80 should bo passed over. Mr.
Harris agreed to pass over tho amend
ment in order to mako progress.
Mr. Quay, who was entitled to tho
floor, yielded to Mr. Chandler.
Washinuton, May 4 After somo
business of a routino nature had boon
disposed of Friday, tho houso went into
commltteo of tho whole for tho purposo
of considering the river and harbor bill.
Washington, May 8. Notwithstand
ing tho truco agreed upon between tho
Democratic and Republican senators,
whereby it was arranged that hostilities
on tho tariff should ceaso until next
Tuesday, tlioro has not boon a dny whero
there was bolder talk and stronger pro
testations on tho respectivo sides of tho
chamber than Friday. Whilo tho Re
publican senators have led tho Democrats
to infer that when tho amendments aro
publicly announced, and theassurancoof
a vote sufficient to pass tho bill is given,
thoy will yield to tho majority, they as
sort privately that thoy know tho neces
sary votes cannot bo obtained,
Tho Democrats express tho greatest
confidence in tho success of tho bill.
Washinoton, Mny 5. Owing to tho
fact that half of tho session was to bo
held behind closed doors in tho consider
ntion of executive business, Mr. Harris
decided to mako no attempt to tako up
the tariff bill. Immediately after tho
reading of tho journal tho. senato pro
ceeded to tho consideration of bills on the
calendar. A bill for tho relief of tho
citizens of Idaho, Oregon and Washing
ton, who served with tho United States
tioops in tho war against tho Nez Porces
nnd tho Bannock and Shoshone Indians,
nnd tho heirs of thoso killed in that
servico, was passod on motion of Mr.
Washinoton, May 7. Tho New York
and Now Jersey brldgo bill passod in the
houso under suspension of tho rules.
Washinoton, May 7. Tho open sess
ion of tho senato lasted but half an hour
Monday and was dovoid of all public
interest savo the introduction by 'Senator
Allen (Neb,) who is defending Cox9y and
his lieutenants in tho pollco court of a
resolution for tho appointment of a
special committee of five sonators to in
vestigate tho alleged clubbing by the
Washington pollco of the loaders of the
commonwoal whon tho army tried to
break into tho cnpltol grounds. The
resolution wont ovor. Tho sonato spent
six hours behind closed doors.
Washinoton, May 8. Tho credentials
of Mr. Gear, senator-elect from Iowa,
woro presented in tho senato today by
Sountor Allison, but question as to the
form of the paper being raised, they
woro laid upon the table.
Mr. Allen's resolution to Investigate
tho alleged clubbing of Coxeyitos in the
capltol grounds wont ovor until to
morrow and tho tariff bill was taken up.
Mr. Hoar addressed tho sonato nt length.
Washinoton, May 8. Mr. Hatch
(Mo.), from tho committee on agricul
ture, re)orted his nutloptlon bill to the
lioiUe today. The bill making un appro
piiatiou for tho purchase of n nowsito
for tho government printing office was
considered in committee of tho whole.
Ileport ou Crop Condition.,
Washinuton, May 10. The weather
bureau in its report of weather crop con
ditions says thero is nmplo moisturo in
tho spring wheat region nnd In tho states
of the Missouri valloy. Thero is a slight
delloioncy of rainfall in portions of Ne
braska, Kansas ahd western Texas. In
California, tho season has beon unusually
dry and small grains and pastures havo
been very much injured by drouth, but
tho north Puclrlo coast states havo been
moro favored and there has been a alight
excess of rainfall over Waridngtoa ud
Oregon lnoe Muck 1
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Served ExdusivelVto th&
2 1 ,477,2 1 2 PeOpfcE admitted to
the World's Fairgrounds,
Universally accepted as the
Leading Fine coffee of the World.
For sale only by Sherwood & Albright.
Pekin Corn Plows, Harro.ws,
Garland and Boss Gang Plows,
Yankee Sulkcys, Bnrlow'PJnntera and Check Rowers, J. I
Case Lister, best in th World.
F. V. TAYLOR,
4 The furniture Man has
ttt of every conceivable description.
Be sure and see his stock of
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W WW "a "m W"B aPaflJJ WP" Vt aTii ,jlj
Jas. I Mis,
(Successor to S. B. Coznd.)
He is prepared to furnish you with an elegant organ or
ing machine from $25 up.
He will make you most any terms to suit you.
He will do your repairing cheaply.
Headquarters for all kinds of supplies for machine repairs,
IN MY OLD STAND, OPPOS1TL WIKNEIt's.
The City Restaurant and Confectionery
JOSEPH HERBUItGEB, Prop.
H. C SCOTT,
1'iiU lino of all kinds of Farm Machinery, HuceUUl'cs mado of
an elaborate and unlimited
Address THE CHIEF, "
Red Cloud, Neb.
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