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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1884)
KabxniU HN Aniiti.il Itrpnrt, Cnritnlnlna
Mu-.y Valti'iliIfMissfHtlfiiiH r ICi-foriii In
I'r.wiir IMore I ulteil Mjtm Court
.T:itlcn:tI .Vitltciitiury ItroiuuiiiitI-ri tu
V.A-iiiM.niN, J.C., November 2
Altorney-GfiK-rcl Urewster lias com
pleted hisnmiu&l report. It cuntaitna num
ber of MiesUoiis ami recmiitiicmlrtUoris
looking to in-w legislation aini-iHlatory of
existing statutes. Our criminal procml
urc it, faulty. In criminal cases the
Ilealinsft .should be Minplilled, a uniform
system of dial lenses, provided and the
l rials sliorn of tin technical objections
and nuinberlt-s'. dilatory motions thai can
now be interposed to prevent a speedy
trial upon merits. In preparini; indict
incuts for offeiibcs against the I'liUed
Suit'H it isnow ncresKiry to follow th
coi'uijon Jaw forms of "the last century
with all their technicalities, verbosity of
dj;scriplioii and repetitions., so that what
j-.hould be a simple and conci.se written
accusation, becomes a Ion:; and confused
mass of descriptions and allegation.-,
v. holly unintelligible to-both defendant
'ilh a inv to reined;, in the evils,
nmissjoiis.juid defects of criminal pro
feduie, Mr. ISrew.ster submits a number
of e:nef,dly prepuied forms, and lecorn
meuiiK tlt;ir adoption as jreuora! laws for
tlie conns of the I'nited Slates. He
recommends that the statute., authorizing
out.'oiii"; I'n.ted Mate Al.ir.-hals to ee
cute all processes in their hands :;t the ex
piiuUon of their commission, be changed,
so as hi rv'imrn i.'jem to turn over to
their Mic;esors all nnilnished business.
'1 he present law, Mr. Ure-.Wer mivm, leads
to confusion and conJlicl of authority, a.s
well as delay in the settlement of Mar
He recommends salaries for United
States Marshals and District Attorney-,
'J he present fe" system is an expensr.J
one. It is estimated that it costs the
fiovernuH nt &ln in expenses for everv
dollar of th- M:i rami's emoluments v.hicii
shows Hint it would be to the interest of
the Government to gie the Marsha! a
fixed eoujp'-ii-ution, s as to remove all
inducements t perpetrate frauds upon
the Government and frauds upon the cit
izen. The same seasons in favor of salaried
oflicers apply with even more force to
United Stales Attorneys, who examine
the accoul.tM of Maishals. The emolu
ments of the Attorney ouht not to be
contingent upon the amount of business
done 13' the ollicer upon the correctness
of v.hoe accounts he must pass.
Mr. IJrewstcr recommends (hat the
Attorney-General be tiiven authority to ad
just salaries of Marshals upon some basis
to i.e fixed by law.
On the subject of United States pris
oners, the Attorney-General favored the
unction of a 1'eiiitenliary centrally lo
eated and controlled by the United slates
in which to confine its own prisoners. It
is not aiwa;s possible to secure such
treatment and discipline for prisoners
confuted in Male and municipal institu
tions !) st calculated to affect 1 licit
reformation. United States piisoners, as
a rule, ate of a better class of men than
the aeiane conict, and are capable ol
jierfonntntr heller woik. If a Govern
ment prison were erected the comic!"
could be employed in the manufacture ol
supplies exclusively for the Government.
This would keep them employed, and
should render the Penitentiary almost
self-suslaininin. It also would avoid
any objection to convict labor, while the
tax-p.ijcis would be relieed almost en
tirely of the hurdmof supporting ihem
If Congress acts upon this recommenda
tion, it is suirirested that the 1'eiiitenliary
should be erected at some central sunt
where there are ample mil road facilities
Jor the transportation of the goods manu
factured b them.
T;:e Star Koulc chil suits, the Attorney
Gtneral s.i3-s, hae been viitoroiisl.)
pressed. In fourteen cases instruction."
to hi inn suit hae been niven, and in six
or eiuhl process has been issued and suits
The condition of the public service.
Tdr. lirewster says, so far as it rel-ite.s tc
oflicials in his department, is jrrc v im
proved. This is due lo the act he ciforts
of the present administration in checkhej
irretrularilics, correcting abuses and
punishing fiauds and exactions com
mitted by Maishals, District Attorney;
and Commissioners in a number of dis
tricts. In e erycase where these matter,
came to his attention he has done all ii
his power to remedy, and in some case?
has succeeded in the com iction and pub
lic punishment of such offenders.
In these efforts to improve the public
service many dilliculties were experi
enced. They were resisted by delin
quent oliicers and their adherents; but
tiic useful and purifying effect follow-in:.1
com iction anil imprisonment was soon
ielt in the whole service.
In order to continue this strict super
vision of the conduct and accounts ol
court ofiicer.s, he reconuneufls an umph
appropriation by Congress.
HOME, FARM AND GARDEN.
How lonjr an apple keeps depends
rcry much upon how it is Kept.
I'edsteads ar now made with oval
'InniN on the footboard, where some,
arnmnetit or a work-basket can be yt.
An exehanj y that all ou have
ot to do is to plant the cnbbtjre and
nature will come alon-j after a Utile
v, hile and mil a head on it
If So. Haw
f TTirrr Karti a Thine, and
liar Ir yirir
About th cz.r IGJj iraiirt Bacoa
experimented in th quUon a.s to
whethr 15 ji.KI are compressible or no.
He filled a small leaden -pin-re with
water. hTin.fHv sealed. ami Axpo-vd
it to a very high pr-sure; and the rt-
Nothing adds more to the comfort J sult of J,? 'P'meat wju ch m to
of the occupanU of a fann-houe than U-' v
dry and clean walks about it. Thov are liquid.
uur.on iiKJi-peiisaiiju :roin .Noyernlwr
till May, and do not corneam: during
the other five months.
Xo process forgathering apples h?s
improved or hasten d the old and slow
one of careful hand-picking. With self
ttstaiuing ladder, and low heads most
of the fruit may be. easily gathered.
One advantage of low heads is. that
even if the fruit falls much of it will not
be serio,. .iy injured.
- JYeparc the .-oil in your jarIeji in
the fall. Manure well, plow deep and
provide drainage of som- kind, and
then you (".n pHnl as soon as the frst
is out, ar.d have the crops growing
while you are planting and sowing
your lit Ids. A garden is themo-t valu
able pari of the whole farm in propor
tion to iN sue. V''V I'tirmrr.
Dcheiou- breakfast: IV;. s-veral
lieei of salt pork lo a crisp brown.
Then take live or si: large potatoes,
pare and -lice them, drop them in the
hot pork gravy, turn them on both
sides to brown, pour over them three
well-beaten gg- S'irlhe whole gcntlv
to equalize th portions of i". Then
O.Maud be haiun. Tolulo Iilml
A goo 1 va lo prepare cranberries
is to put three pints of washed erauber-ri-s
in a granite stevvpnn. On top of
ihem put three cups of granulated surar
and Ihr.-e gills of water. After tnev,
begin io ho.I cook them ten minutes,
clo.-ejy covered, and do not stir them.
Heniove the -cuin. They will jellv
when ciio!, and the skins will be soft
When a fanner got" his land w to
the point of fertility that produce large
growths of grass, he need not fear to
turn under a field of the od and plant
it to eorn. The truth i-, the graces are
nature's great restorers and renovators,
but no one need expect great gras from
a worn-out soil until the land has ben
enriched, either with manure or bv
plowing under a few crops of clover.
-An Knglish farmer who has been
traveling our Wi stern prairies w rile
home: The ordinary 'help" on a farm
will build the hou-e and bam, dig the
well, shop the horses, and cook the din
ner, and a thousand and one olhei
things which would require plumbers,
smiths, joiner-, masons and slater-, in
the old country, and they not only tU.
these things, but lheydolhem well.
While Cake: Cream, one cup and
half cup butter. Then add two eggs
and half cupjnilk.'al-o heaping teaspoon
ful baking-powder in two cups Hour,
a id lasth half teaspoon ful vanilla.
This is a most useful ieeipe. as by leav
ing out the vanilla and adding currant
and raisins or spires voti can ma,ke a
new kind of cake each time, and by
b-iking in shallow tins win have a Wash
ington pie or jelly eak . A nice recipe
for chocolate filling is: White of one
egg. one cup sugar, three teaspoon fitN
chocolate, half teaspoonful vanilla.
FORCED TO RESIGN.
Att:iriie;.--;eueral "Uiiler, of Whiiilpes: Ito
qursteil to It sin ty the Dominion Gov
crisiiien! lit Hits i::ic"i:.
Winnii'i:., M v., November 2.I.
The ircssure brotmht to bear on thi
Government by indiumxtion at the Hog
jiing of Prisoner McCormack at the insti
gal ion of Attorney-Geneml 3Iiller, ha
been so meat that the Government ha
been compelled to demand his residua
lion. Miller will leave the Governmen
in a'jout a week. General approbation if
felt at the action of the Government.
In the full court yesterday Attorney
General Miiltr moved for a rule cull
in": u:ou the Hon. S. C. liteus, T
II. l'restou, and C. W. llandscotnbe
proprietor, editor, and reporter, respoc
tiveh, of the Winnipeg )nty .S;i, to ap
Ieai-aiul show cause why they shoutc
not be indicted for ctiininal libel, foi
imbiishing an article in which Millet
is accused, while a Superior Court
Indue, of aiding a prisoner win
came from the same town as himscll
lo escape justice. The prisoner was ac
cused of theft, and money was found oi
him. The rule was granted, and the cas.
will come up in a few days.
The Value of ji 1'oot.
4 IlnooKr.YN, X. Y., November .
Tchn Coontiier brought action iu the
Kings County Couit against George IT
ilanis to recover 10,000 damages for in-
juries which he sustained while working
on the West Shore llailrcad. The de
fendant was a railroad contractor, and
i en.plcyed piaiutiff to work ou a section
between Corn wall' and Kingston. He
went up just above 'ewburgh with a
gravel train, and while helping load
cars a bank caved in crushed his fno
n badly that it had to be amputated
The jury gave the piaiutiff $3,1200.
FLOWERS IN WINTER.
IIor Tttev SIio-jlil He C.ircMl for, anil
V."i:it Kim!; Thriv? Hesl.
If things look desolate out of doors,
why should we not have beauty and
cheerfulness within doors, even in the
humblest horn ? Am-mg th" pleasant
and delightful things to look upon noth
tug is more aUra-tive than a stand ol
growing and blossoming plants, which
light up and make fragrant the room,
and are suggestive of warmth and lift
when nature lies cold and dead tindet
her winding sheet of snow. Then. too.
a few plants can be bought so eheaj
t'tat Ihev are easily proem able by all
but the very p'Kuvst. The chrysanthe
mums are coming into flower ami will
bloom until r.earh Christmas. Wo find
almost every color among them except
blue. The;. Ilovvcr very lively, and
those of t lie Jap-inese variety have im
mense 1 looms, from four to si incite-
i-i diameter. Tine plants can be bought
from t went;. -five to seventy-five cent-.
according1 to size. They bloom lot
a long time, the colors growing
more intense, and cost but lit t K
care and trouble. The varieties ol
the geranium are numberless, and
one is bewildered as to choice. Tin.
plant is such a favorite that every om
who grows tlovvers is sutv lo possess
some one or mmv specimen. The
liorist can best tell what varieties art
good for home culture: but, surely, m
one would be without I he scentcd
foliage geraniums that alvvavs somehow
remind us of summer days, or nosegay
sent with quivering heait to the object
of one's late.st affection in the far-ofi
days of one's o:tth. These plants can
be obtained for a very few cents, and
will brighten a dull room amazingly.
Why do not more people grow car
nations at horn.? All that they require
him that water (and other
he added) were aoti-comjrc-i-
ble a view on the subject that v,a
adopted ami adhered to by the whole
scientific world for -ome centuries. In
modern tinv-s. and iv rmani of mot
careful ns-cgrch and very elaborate ap
paratus, it has been found that Hacon's
law i3 not strictly correct, though not
very far from the mark. It is now
e-tabli-hed that liquids are -uceptible
of a certain amount of eompre-j.on.
the statement of affairs, in the ca- of
water, being that for a pre tire equal
to that of the atmosphere water epe
ricnr e a compression of 0 00U5 part of
its original volume. In other words
and the fact is of iniiortaiice as In-ing t
the one on which the laws of hvdraulics
are based and for all practical pur-1
pos-s water may bo -aid to be uon-comjire-Mblc.
The above being borne in mind, it i
with some men:.:l perplexity that one
t trns to a paragraph, that has H en
going the rounds of the scientific and
mechanical journals lately, descrip
tive of an alleged French invention
in the way of a machine for bor
ing with 'compressed water." The
iron .ae tak'-s notice ol toe m-it-
ter. and s-tvs that a Mr. Hrandt. in the
piercing oi me .-st. iiotfiam. invented a
special apparatus in which compre--. d
water was substituted for compressed
air. A variety ot figures as to the
construction of the machine are given,
together with some account of the
work that it was applied to in the St.
iioiuaru undertaking, an opportunity
being taken to commend French inge
nuity :is exemplified in this particular.
We could uuder-tand the whole
affair and find intelligible, if. in the
paragraphs we have alluded to, a
typographical or other literary error
has been committed, and for com
pressed water compressed air should
be read: and we could understand it on
the hvpnthesis that the idea spoken of
is one ol tliose extravagant ami wild
things that one hears of the I'atent
Office being from time to time aston
I5ut we can not comprehend it in anv
Will some of our readers, who have
made a special study of the laws of
hydraulics and the properties of water.
favor us with some expressions of
opinion as to what a compressed
water" engine would be. Midland In
dustrial UllZ( lie.
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For Young People and the Family.3tfi Yean
JoniAH Davis, North Middletown, Kr.,
vr.tes: ' I am now usiiiga box ot Hi:.kv'
C'AltliOl.lC Sai.vi: nnon an ulcer. My ulcer
was caused bv unci so v 'ins, and was prrr
uoiinced iueurablo by mvdoetors. Hk.vuy's
Cauuolic Salvk is" clloc-iiijr a cure."
Tun artists vv"o emhellish this rity from
time to time with brilliant coats of red
paint never use water colors. Luiccll Citizen.
I'liasTooTir.vcni: Iaors curolnt mlnutec.
(I'lnm's Mi?;7i:ir .s'.iji liuals ami benutllles. .
;; kkuan Cu:.x" Ukmovkii kills Corns & lUniions.
"Wiinv n x'onnj; man is finerimj the rafch
left him bv his vjiMiidfather can it Im; said
he is rovclins in his ance-stral hauls?
MtoiiKh on Oirti." IV. As'j for It. Complote
cure, Imnl or ton uor.is, wurls, luiinuiis.
Wur,:; is n farmer
bows a corn-patch.
a tailor? When ho
"Homjh on CouL-lis." Troehc.rK;: I.IjuM.2fic,
for Coui;bd. ( ulil , S'ore Throat, HoarSsJUus.-v,
Tiik man who "keaps" his word never
"Itouphon Pain." Porous Plaster, for Hnck
ache. Pains in tii I 'lie.-t. KhuiimutLstu. a&
TnK popular dentist, is In everj-body's
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Travc? and Biography
LZTTEES rF.OX S?AIK. bj LOUISE CK1S2Z.ZZ JCOriTCS.
EU3H LIFZ iz .astnhe. Ij A2CUI3ALD F0X3ES.
LZTTZSS FS0H PZESIA, by S. 0. V.'. 3E:;jAXTjr.
FAMOUS AXLAS5AD0P.5 iaii Thifr Trfs?bs, br JAXE3 ?ASIt)i.
Ii? TI-IS HEAET cf tho Sihirs. Irtu !
xiwatsru, dzrc a iszt la ti3 ftw. Arttia
Ct :t. fcy
COrAXIO.V AUTHOnS tt Ss. Clttr '
rrtpios c! im hxat of J-. rj . TUjmx
IlmlT, Un. OUphsjH. i&l otic EajtUb coctrlV
c'xrt ta tto Corrut.s.
Instructive and Entertaining
ATT IXILFS Eicape from Siberia, COL 7H0S. TV. Ki0X.
6T0HIES OF MILL GIBLS, b? Ai "OLD 0?EBATIVE."
THOSE TERRIBLE PARISIANS, or the DiStr.
cj Civic, of ParU, by XoIirUS H. EEOWKE.
CLEVER TKIXG3 DONE by Jouraaliats; ortba
:ratc-!ca cf New. (Jatbercri. by JULIUS CHAIISER3.
ODDITIES OF JAPANESE LIFE, frea a J3psea
-cin; ot vvr, Ly q, ARAEAWA.
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TUi: COMPASIOX hxi atnr zxuJ&cI s rrrV dr-,l
x ociH-r Iktrxrr rr-r la Jbc utrkL Iu usv1Jt i,rji
fporisIWH'T aja It corxltrtnr t' iWcrtp tW cf rreiv.,- as jti
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Illustrated Serial St
A SSRIAJ. STORY fir Bey?, by
1IY BROTHKR FRA2TK. A SoriAl Stcrr, by
EEHLAX STORY for Boyn ast! Girl, br
A CODZrTRY COUSIK. A S:ory for Qlrlr,
ADAH SUXIOZL A Serial Srory, by
SUSPECTED. A Sortsl Story, by
8EBIAL STORY for Brul 3o: s, by
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alc of Adventure
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Science and EducoQon
A renarkahlosciles cf article by Tinintnt Yi'riurn k..1 La s ua
JAMES ANTHONY PROUDE, ca
PROP. TYNDALL, ou
PROF. MAX MULLER, en
CANON FARRAR, on
PROP. T. STERRY HUNT, on
RICHARD A. PROCTOR, ou
E. P. WHIPPLE, on
E. A. FREEMAN, on
JAMES PAYN, on
tl allowing laLtrts : "
t miuay or untonr.
Jor Young Peoplo.
t oc of tho Mdmory.
tr r cf Soa and Land.
Star CIotjM, iad Other Article.
Prccfcio j Boy a in Hktory.
Children feTl unsand Years Ago.
School L:fo iu :hote( iUh Lako Country.
SOJ RCLM ti &3 PSaW S i H
THE SIVER WOLF, nd Other Paper, by FELIX L. 0ST7ALD.
TAKE C0CKR0ACIIES, and Oihcr Pa;xr. by REV. J. 0. "WOOD.
T.IE WILD H03SE and His Waaderingi. A2A3ELLA B. LUCELE7.
riSKINQ ON DRY LAND, ml Other CurJotltiti
ot :;atul iutory. by PBO?. C. F. HOLDER.
A EHE'S BRAIN; The Eons of Injects; IccU
Useful to the Furm ; and Other Papers, PROF. A 8. FACEABD. Jr.
(Etiquette and Health
THE HISU5E If M 'DICINE. by D3L WU. A. KAMUOWW.
DELU "IONS CCE2. .tIKO HEALTH, D. JL QBASTILUL
ETIQUETTE AW K JALTIL A tU of lk;f.
tytloc-.. rrMlVa1.M 0. 1. IBJId.
riCEED D? Elf AH AK1ULAXC2. A cradle
-: artff tbftrtat etrtofbtmt Aciik&U la li
K.w vo.k iimiut . AXEL WAIYWEXtXT.
If you will cnt out thl !li nn I .-im!
fiJtlim Itml nitwini' rlillr.o nn-l
(lnlr ur l'otnl Noli- nr l.c!rrt t
nil you inr i iPir.iMHN i .lan.
it full 5 car. .iil. rltillon fritn Hi!
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PERRY (ttASOK & CO., Publishers,
c npl P!ac, Boston, Mas.
Thted nv Timi:. For Thrrr.t DsnF09,
f'oMs., mill (Vuhs, l!itiiw Pto:.riiiAt.
Tiummiks, havi' j.mvd tlni;r ,!lii.T'y !y it tj.t
of mauy ytara. Hold only in bvzti,.'
PATTEKXfi OF ASY SIZJ
Or nil tlxo 3InTJiy.:iiK.
?r rvous WVnkWs". DrspopSia. SXK3l 1) i i'';,'rflf"' rifi OrUjinnl St'rl I'nfrnr
bll.ty.cureil by "Wells' Health Ucnewcr." f L , '" t,lu:i,.jrnvurr uml O.I J'icturr,.
Some of the Floruit hotels nro piinj to
put in the electric liht, .-.nd dpent" with
the clerk's stud. Hurli ;jtn Frc '.".
Statue of n Xttrl Canadian,
- Toko vro, Ost., Xo ember 25.
Thc ceremony of unveiling: the statue of
iIoii. George Brown was performed to-day
jy Hon. Alex. ircKenzie. Notwithstaud
inj; the inclement weather, a large gather
t injr witnessed the ceremony. After the
unveiling tLc party adjourned to the con
Tocation hall of the University, where
Bon. Oliver Mowat delivered an eulo
J gifclic address. He was followed by Sen
.ator Allan, representing the Conserva
tives, whoalf-o eulogized the deceased
sLatesman. Tho statue was then formal
ly handed over lo the city and accented
1y Major Bosmil inc few apprcpriato
is a roiu room and .-nm :ittMtt:oti to
make them how their rratiltule with
jirofttse bloom-. Their ptt'igent clove
scent is d.'Heiou. we never -twn to ct
enotijh of ii, and the Miriety anl 7n
t entity of color is woiulerfu!. Then,
tocr. after bfhir cut they keep freh foi
a wtvk. by trimmmcr "their .stems and
elianrinr the water. Tliev can be
bought as low a twenty-itve or as
hiirii as frfry cents. aeconlinr to the
size of the plant. The hyacinth is a
favorite with every lover of ilowers.ami
notliiiiir can lv ir.Iuv deliirhtfiil. either
for fragrance or beauty, than a
stand of these beauties in a parlor or sit-ti::r-n)om.
The bulbs are jrown either
in irla-sse-s or jots. For glares the in-
irle liyaeinth i- to be. jire.envd. This is
not liked so well as the double.but its
color, of whatever hatie. is u-stiaUv
more vivid, and it.s belN. tluiih --mailer,
are moro numerous. It blooms
earliei than the double liyaeinth. and is
verv sweet-eonted. The mode of treit-
inT tMs plant to make it bloom success
fully can be learned from the tlorist. or
from cue ct the many books upon the
subject of plaut-culture. The bulbs are
comparatively costly, averaginj: about
twentj'-iive cents, but money spent up
on them is not thrown away. As to
roses, of which the liorist hits a lar-e
variety, wc would not advise the ama
teur o bother himself with these, as
ther require careful and special treat
ment and the number of those that
flower in winter is verv limited. An
other bulbous plant is the oxalis. It is
a profuse bloomer, white, pink, yellow
and billiant rose-color, and requires
very little attention. A few bulbs
planted in a hanging basket will soon
make a mass of foliage and flowers.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica
I.unitiaso, Itacksrhr, Headache, Toot.'i.ichr.,
Sore Tbroat- Si-eli!nc. Hpr ,In. EnHe
Jurn, .Scnlilr. Vnt ItlirT.
$A A11 OUler 2J0DH.Y 1.E;s and ACUCS.
Sou. iiylinitnrf'tai.d I'ciJf rs om h re. nt:v Cccta
th:: cixaklkk a. togelek co..
ucivs.-3rs to A.H.SLkR Jk io.; 3a!t03iore.LTJ..U.S. A.
Woman's Suffering- and Relief.
Those limguiil, tiresome tensations-, causing
you to reel scarcely able to be on your feet:
tiiat constant drain that is taking from jour
system nil its former elasticity; lriv.n?thi
t);oom rnm your checks; that continual strain
upon your vital forces. nr.der:n;:yoii irrltn
b!c uad fretful, etui oas.lv K- iv.-mv,n ti.
- .V4(l VM itZ
ou -lit to be well
neii In ltli N"rm-'-. ! -),! rr t r -'jp, ,
Otitt tbll: tnc Ifco I litr to the t rirtl f'r, ;-:trn
U.tr-.tMl t!f fi i lr;irinc3t la it: nuc!-, m
anv o: toe !? cjiuii iar-o.
J a-- -Tr - .
rur-1 I. . '. our- of uisr
Lmmntlon. nil Ki lPcyr.il Trin- i , .-ib-rr. r l'a.-bw. nc il-r:-., Kh ; tv.t ,,r . ,' u 't , - , 7
n irod lv "Mnpi i muh " tl tc-.al 'tail ; fir jr-tC.M it rr. Ir rttom w. . i ,, , ,.r . .. , -, r
fron. the Majiint crtn'anior the ct5r. f -m c. i. n - t t.
use of that man-elous remedj. Hop nittors.
iiTcpui:inncs una obstruction of your sys
tem are rclievod nt once, while the srec:al
caue of -.eriocIical pain are jicnaancntlv ro
moveii. None receive o lauch lieaefiL and
I ncae are s-o rrofoumllv r t-..i ,..i ,,....
such an interest 5a recoaimeadinj,-Hop BitU-rs
A Postal Card Story.
I was auected with kithiev and urinary
' Tor twelve ye.trs !"
After tryins'all the doctors ami patent
ir.edieiae.s I eutdd hear of, I usetl two bot
tles ot Hop
And 1 am perfectly onvd. I keep it
"AH the tinier respectfully. 17. F. Uooth.
oauiiuurj-, ican. yiay 4, 1SS3.
En.vDFo::D. P jrny S. 15.
It hss cured iae of several diseases, such as
nervousness sickness at tho stomach, inoilth
ly troubles-, etc. I have not sea a sick day ia
f. yeiir, sluce I took Hop I'.Itt-rs. Ail rav neigh
bors two taeai. MiU;. v UVXI gucsx.
4 (V, Cu 4 .""i
s : (t. i io
5) if, 'S,
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j; iu it
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A tour to Euroie that cot taa S3.o:c. dene
aie less grood tuan one bottle of Ron ltittcrs;
they also cured my wife of fifteen vear'
nervous weakness, shplcssnes and" dv
'pcpdia." it. 31., Auburn, X.V.
So. Bloomin nvu.rx, O.. rar 1, 73.
Sins I have tecn suETer.nir tea vcars. and I
tried your Hop Hitters and it doik me more
Eood tUaa ali the doctors.
Miss S. S. Boose.
TTo are so thankful to s.iT thnf- nn? Tific?Trr-
baby -was permanently cured of a daaperous
and protracted constipation and irreeulantv
of the bowels by the use of Hon Bitters bv its
mother, which at the same timo restored" her
to perfect health and strength.
The Parents, Kochester, X. T.
B Xonegenulnewlthout a bnaca of green
Hops on the white label. Shun all thevile.pois
oaous stuff with Hop"orflops"inteirixai&e.
A vioi.i.vist o-isht to cultivate hi art
with ro.it tiddk-itv.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY-. December 1.
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Uutehors "Steers . :i 40 kr. I fil
ilUti tiorS tt choice heavy 4 (V,
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H.Ol IJ Fanev. per Mick
HAY Jjirjro baloil
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HOG5-'.?ool to choice
OAT:- Western mixed
POIJK Standanl mess ,
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