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TTTTT OMATTA HATtYY' "RTCTC ! TTNTTA 8. 1RQO TWTCT.VTO PAftliJSl 11
IW CONDITION OF TRADE ,
tTo Material Ohaugo In the Finan
cial Situation.
J3ANKS REPORT ACTIVE DEMAND
And Hates Mny Kftlrly no Cnlloil
Stiff Jobbers Mo Not Koport
Trade n Active
Flour Lower.
The I/oonl Rename.
The financial situation Is not materially
changed since last week. Hankers report an
nctlvo demand for all available funds nnd
rates may fairly bo called stiff. Itogular
customers In good standing have been taken
care of without trouble , but the speculative
interest has been neglected. Collections on
city jobbers through banks have been satis
factorily mot , nnd collections on city retailers
ors by local Jobbers are reported easier than
was expected lo bo the case n month ago. A
number of weak brothers liavo been nursed
Into good condition or closed out , nnd , bar
ring the dishonest element , city trade proper
is In very fair condition , when It Is consid
ered that the mild woathcr has left the bulk
of the stocks of winter goods on tiand. Job
bers do not report trade us active but say
there is u fair movement In stnplos and that
jirlccs nro steady. Sugar is doing well for
the season nnd quotations were stiffcr tou-
nrds the last of the neck. Klo cofTco is un
changed , while Java and Mocha are easier.
Dried fruits , and especially apple * , are
lower , with n deinoral.7cil market Canned
corn und tomatoes are no higher. Chct.su Is
ntcndyand llsh Is in belter demand as lent
approaches. Tlio dry goods Undo Is unusually
dcprctteul , nnd the demand is confined to
absolute needs. Hnrdxvure and lumbar are
Knowing fair activity and the season has boon
inoru than usually prosperous for dealers in
these lines. Coal is , of course , unfavorably
affected b } the line weather and doulcis will
curry into the spring months moro than ti-ay
care to. Tlio ( jecllno in wheat has can soil
ffoino movement in ffour at lower prices ( . ' .it-
tlo nro lower nnd procure a loss to slnppeis ,
while hogs me puiing good profits The
pi Ices of butter and cggn In this market have
been lower the past irotitli than foi ioars ,
nnd commission men mail account silcs and
i emit proceeds to disgruntled shippers , but
ns the situation is the same all over the
countitheio is nothing to do but ncccpttho
inevitable , at the same time it
nhould bo noted in this connection
that there lire commission men here nml else-
whcro who do not hesitate to quote above
the mniket in hopes of securing shipments ,
nnd thereby the situation Is gicatly aggra
vated. Honest prici's cut rent , quoted by
dealers in towns and cities niljiu cut to and in
competition with Omaha , show that as good
figures uroobt.ilned heie as anywhere , and
that ncthlng is gained bi paying more freight
to distant points It Is believed , or at least
hoped , that the worst effects of the unseason
able weather me over and that business will
bo bettci from now on.
iiivu sraon.
Cult I c.
Saturday. Feb. 2 , 1339.
With only .seventeen fresh loads and no
holdoveiM to speak of , it was impossible to
have much of a muiKct. However , the
buyers bougfit up evoiything offered , paying
stronger prices than yestetday.
The trade was fairly active at prices nbout
lOc lower than jestcrdaj morning , or about
like thd close of last night. The hogs wcto
nil sold before the closo. A very choice load
of butcher weights sold at $1.57 , but tlio
bulk .sold nt $1 50.
Shoop.
There was only ono load bore , which sold
readily at a good prlco.
Receipt * .
C-ittlo 350
Hoira 2bOO
Sheep U0
llll .1
Ilcproutintutlvo Hnlos.
OATTLU.
Ho. Ar. Pr.
1 bull 1500 $1.05
Icow 720 1.75
1 cnnner 1230 1.75
2 COWH 10UO 1.110
2 cows 1173 1.1)0 )
Icow 12oO a.oa
4 COWH 1077 2.00
Icow 1200 2.00
8 bulls 1413 a. 10
il cow s KM 0 2.15
8 co ws 1070 2.25
it cows 11113 2.25
IS cows H0i > 2.2.5
18 cows 114.-I ! UO
3 cows 108 J a.ao
10 cows 111L ! ur. :
lOcuWS IOW 2.1S5
. 4 rows 1135 2.40
0 cows 112S 2.40
0 cows 101H 240
llml ! 1470 2.40
1 fuedois l0.- ( ' 2.M )
' ) feeders 1270 275
7 feeder 11:0 2.75
2 steers 1)10 ) 2.33
1(1 ( feeders IUOO 3.00
1 steer IbO 3.00
1 cow 1UJO y.oo
41 steers 1000 : t.io
11 steois 1U72 3.15
JMsteeis 10JS 3.20
15 Htocrs 1110 3 25
8 stems HbO 3.25
Sstecis 1140 It 2 j
lOstecis Ullli 3.4-i
1.1 stu'i s HOI : t.K5
fisteeis 11(10 ( ; )50 )
TThU'i is Kill : too
1 steer 12.10
! I5 hteois 11112 : i.co
2.1 steers. i :134 :
2 slue r 1 oth ) 375
Klstcois 1440 : t.85
7i > stcur-t i : 7t 3.'Ji )
20 steers lUIO 4.10
UOQb.
No. Av. Shit. Pr. No. Av. Shlc. Pr.
l.'l , 21S 40 SI.So 50 , . .33J bO 24.50
CA 'JS' bO 1.45 51 , . , ns 400 450
Hi. . .W. 280 44T 01 . .1251 bO 4.50
H7. I'M 4.15 50 . .1157 80 4.50
t 0 4.45 57. . .li'il 120 4.50
r > : t. SO 4.45 IX ) . . .253 IL'O 4.50
03. 120 4ir i'J. ' 1,50
fill.U . SO 4.15 17 .211 40 4.50
( U I''O 111 2i I 40 4.50
111M
117 M .1Mb 120 4 50
( ill 60 1.47k 60 .3511 I 50
r > 5 . . ! M7 10 55.U . , U > 5 210 4.5D
70B 241 j.no ( U .25) 4 50
70To ( 10 4.50 77. .2.W ISO 4.5(1 (
Tone ItK ) 4.50 41.CO . 3 > ; t 4.50
- bO 450 CO .218 SO
no 40 4.no C4 2' 111 bO
noK .297 10 4.50 27. .no 4.5' >
K . ai2 lilt ) i r > o HO. .211 4 55
U.ai ( . , .224 SOme 45' ' ) 42 BOO 4.5-
ai , , mo 4,50 II 4.55
59. . 811 4.r > o HI 50 % SO 4.55
r.yw. bt ) I W ) HI2S. . .475 4.55
w. . , .237 4.N ) 75. .I'M
07. . , SJO 10 4.N )
ennui1.
No. Av. Pr.
110 Nebraska natives , Od tl.OO
Highest
Showing the hlghost and lowest prices
paid for loads of hogs on this market during
the pixt few dajf , us computed with the sanio
time one and two months ago ;
l eo. inn Nov. ISoj ) ,
II 4 I W tt.5 SO" 5 15 ISA 40
11 4 4 HO W , 15 fi 10 tt5 45
Id " Bimduy 6 30 CM 00
IT 4 7U"4fa K ) { 4 UO ( TtVlO fi 23 (65X )
IH 4 1(1 ( 5I fO 4 M ) 4M 10 fi J ) < ic5 fiO
ID 4 M © 4 Kfl 4 H7H4W U & M (25 ( JO
Bunrtny 4 TO ( M Ui fi 20 @ 5 45
til 4 75 it 4 H ) 4 U'l { ( & li ) fi 15 < ttf 40
4 14 414 1-5 4 Bi 41 * ) fi iu w > : i5
4M ( .51 75 Buiulay fi 00 445 371
21 4 dtl ( LI 4 T5 44 ? Si C 111 25 4J
( ei M bimdny
SRI 431hnndiiy u 4 00 6V > m
hnndiiy 6 111 dWM filK W > M
| 4 < 0 iM 04 4 U < i M fi 10 0 5 Ji )
4 N ) ( it5 10 6 10 M
UO 4 6-i Ql 75 Huuday fi 10 di itt
ai 4 60 tc4 73 fl 00 4TJ15
Prevnlluiic t'rlaai.
frhofollowlnic it a tablaof prion pill n
thu marxot for the craJat ot itoov man-
tioned.
Vruuosuora. 1300to 1500Ibi..13.00 @I.10
PnmentoeM. lift ) to 1300 ibi. , 8.10 ta3,00
rfttive feeder * a.SO C'SMO
Common to Rood cows 1.50 ( isS.tX )
Cholcolo fancy cows . . . . . . . . U.23 ( $335
I'alr to choice bulls 1.73 ( A..OO
Pair to ctioico Itsrnt hoe * 450
fair to chotco .loavv hozs 4..V )
Knirto choice tnixeti hogs . . . 4 13 ( . < ? < 30
ralr to cholco western Micen , H 75 W4.40
Fair to cholco Nebraska * . . . . 3.50 ujl.'JO
Monthly 8t.itr > ineitt.
The followine are the ofllclnlrecelpU and
shipments of live * tocfc during the month of
January , IS * ! ) , nnd the number of ho id con
sumed at South Omaha ,
1IBC.MPT1.
fillll-Mh.NI * .
r/i 1 53
HA1I.IIOMI.- ) .
C. , M..V St. 1' It J- . nm.
C. II. 4 : it. I , Ify . . . 4U
Missouri I'.irlllc si
I'nlon I'licltlc . . . nr.i , IIW
U A N.V l.TTil ' L-.T7II
II. AM I IT , t'a 11. !
( ' . , H.IU ) U,4lS , r/ist
r , . i. A p IM n , wi
r. .st. p. . AI.A.O. . . . 111 *
r. n.itM.v . . : US
Total
Consumed in S.Omalin 17,111 71.(74 ( I.TI )
(1 rind tot il . IVW3 37
liivo Stoulc N
Cnttlo stronger.
Sheep In donmnd.
About overytbiui ; in the yards sold ,
IIoi"teaay with yesterday's close.
Not eiioinrli slicdp and cuttle to make a
market.
A meeting of the Live Stoclt n\'hange is
to ho hold on Moml.iy to listen to a report or
the committee on tr.mspoi tation. It b un-
durstood that all the ro.tds h.ivo made very
satlsfactori answen to the request that bet
tor facilities be provided for btoclc com Ing
hero from Iowa nnd li.ivemado ariancomoiits
for a meeting , also to ho held on Monday , to
consider the luacticahility of the scheme.
The qut'sUon of reducing the briduo toll
fiom Council Hlnlls ever was brought up before -
fore the Union I'.iciliim.in.igomunt , but
without any success. Tnev promised , however -
over , to furnish bettor semro and to avoid
the \iispnialiii ) ; dul.iys which have boon so
frequent of Into
The chss of 'OJ at Vale breaks the record
of high standing.
11 ,1. Pliclps will resume his lectures on
CMdenco bcfoiu the Y.ilp law school , which
wcro bioltcn olT by his appointment us min
ister to Htiglnml.
1'icsidcnt Uwi ht. of Yale , bays that the
iti needs JJi)0)00 ) ( ) ctidownmnt to pay
the onlinai.\ running expenses llo sujfirests
that the sum bo raised by every alumuus giv
ing .1. sin , ill .iinount unconditionall.x.
Lc.uulur Hurnctt , an Indian of full blood ,
is teaching a public school with good success
in Kudmond , r.mmet county , Mich. II is be
lieved to bo the lirst Indian regularly em
ployed ns a toucher of white chililen.
The Clark iiniveisity , .it Worcester , Mass ,
it Is expected , will be opened to students
next October. 1'hcio will not bo , at least
for the present , any academic or ordinary
collcgiato cour.su m the institution. The
aim will be to meet the needs of graduates
of other colleges who wish to pursue studios
in special lit , inches to the full extent of tUo
world's attained knowledge.
At a delegate convention neld at Cadillac ,
Mich , , in thu interests of higher education
anil lelircsciitlng twenty-four Michigan Con
gregational churches , it was decided to build
u co'lego ' somewhere in northern Michigan ,
and a committee of llftoon was empowered
to select a location , iilo thu necessary aiti-
cles of inrorpoiation , nod inaugurate the
college. It is pioposcd to open the latter
next September. Cadillac nnd Manistco
will bo the piomiiicnt compatltois for the in
stitution.
Yale , \Vesloy.in , nnd Trinity nro among
the fourteen Now England colleges which
have formed n commission to secure uni-
foimitv nnd elevate the standard In examin
ations for admission. The other collegcBOio
Harvard , Amherst , Boston University. Bow-
doin , lirown , Dartmouth. Colby , Smith ,
Tufts , Wollcssoy , and Williams. The valtio
of the commission is seen in the advanced
icquiiomcnts in English lltciatura , now
pr.ioticallv uniform. Now the commission is
considering the matter of securing greater
proficiency m modern languages among can
didates for admission to college.
A commit tea of thu Now York board of
education , which was appointed to Investi
gate the methods of the public schools of
that city , has made u rupoi t in which It
strongly condemns the mai king and exami
nation methods employed in the vniu at
tempt to ascertain thu true character of
class loom work. Such a system causes
tcnchois to dovotonll their energies to prep
arations for the expected examination , dis
regarding the roil advancement of the
childt en , and loading their memories with
f.ii-th and llgurus to bo drawn out nt the
proper moment by the looked-for question.
Thu use of memory simply as on edcuational
tool can never stimulate the mental powaia.
nor enable them to rise above the level of
cut-and-drled uniformity.
THU MAUICET.
Instruments I'l.-xuoil
on Itcuortl Our-
inn Vestorilay.
W n Potter to T A Potter , n ' 5 of n 4 Iota
11 anil II , blk "B , " I'rospuct plum , q
c il . . . . .
T A Totter toV It Pott'ir , s M of n M lots
1 1 and II. Ml ; "B , " Prospect jiluio , q c d 1
K i : 1'iuuoli unil M Ifo to t ! W Joy , lot 2 , Ullc
4 , Centritl park , w rt . 00
E K I'ronch aail wlro to W II Auctln.lot . 0 ,
blk7 , wd . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . 600
600
nnd 10 , blk 2 , I'ylMim uhico , und w 107 ft
ot o 15 , It , lut < i , ill k 7 , Cotu llillllinit ,
w d (1,000 (
O 1 obi'it nml wlfo to 1 T HnuMci , lot 10 ,
llontloldsndil , wd 1,876
O lllllitiul ltu to P IliuiiKLliosli , e ! } , nw
and u \ , sw.'l , ID. II u. wd 0,400
M P boai- > . trusU'oto i : IIA mold ut : illota
Cto I. ' , blk'I , llelmout patk. wd
1' HauiUtlu.ih nml wtfu to O Hill and \\lfo ,
lot -M , llk ) "Q , " ( .lines' 1st add , w d , 1,800
II A Kc > 3KT < unil wlfn to i : Mockdnle. lot
U blky , K'ostors' mid. w d . COO
J Voru and wife to CH I let' her , lot U.bllc
it. Ninth Omuliu pink , w d , , . 12.1
I Van Camp to VT \Vyman , lot 10 , blk 1 ,
Snnrlso add , w d . S5o
A Altfiidinll and wife to ! ! StHiigo , 8JJx ) )
HU tt lot.'Sl'i , Mill ud A-CuldUttUd uUu.
wd . goOO
J M Slieely nnd wife to A P 'I HKoy , lot 25.
blk I , Oiiiiamnroy Park , wd . 750
U Jettur und ulfe in'ru Juilrlod , lot 1,1 ,
bit i. Jctter'K ndil , w d . . . . 400
TCJeirriedto TC .S Jiton , lot 11 , blk a.
.letter n add , wd . 800
T ( J JeUrlcs to M Norton , lot III , bit 3 , Jet-
tern HiM , wil . . . . .
J M Wilson uud wlfo to W it .Monroe , lotu
U and I. , blk t"J , Jottur'H add , wd . 2.2W
OJohiisini unili1a to P and P P llaton ,
Vi ft , u ki lot i. blk i ) , Paik Plait ) , w d J.OOO
N A Kulm. triiftoo. to C I ,
lot SI. blk 4. Oielglitotl Ilolillt8 , w d CW
G ( j \ \ nlhp. trustee , to J II Cell man , lots
4 und . * > , blk I , .Monmoiith Turk , \v d l.&JO
K BtiuiKo imd wlfa lo U Altondorll , f-0)x
100 fpot Kijt , bit J. Mtllaid A , Caldwell -
well N mid , u d 8.00) )
M Schrocder to It Schroeder. trustee , all
Ilro\Mi P ilf , q cd. . , . . .
M I'O'Doimell to S 1' Audouon , iota.
blk II. lltowii i'ark. wd 1,150
II A Jeiiken et H ! to 1) M Oiois , lots 14 and
lVlnton I'lnce. wd . . gj- ,
J Illliijil ! muUtirt ) to M Murphy , lot . ) ,
blk & . lloyd A Shai pudd. . w d . . K10
J A. McSlinne to Si Murphy , lot 3. blk in ,
mid lot 13. blk \VeA/ile . . .
W It llumiuinml wife to J K Pollock , lot
v. Ml * , wujll lliUI OT d . . . . . j 000
I'll Diivls und \Ufeto William Ashtou.
lots lOand II. ritlrmont I'lace. < ! . . . . s.35
MrOciunpauchetnltoTUlsnn.lot ' " - '
. t
Hammond I'lace , w d. 70J
At the Welsh Presbytorlan church , the
sorvicon to-raorrow 1 bo In K'iglWt. Sub
ject : "Tho Supreme Deity. "
Ir.IH ? ATIVR MARKR"
Fluctuations lu Whont Within n
Narrow Rnngo.
DULLNESS THEFEATURE OFCORN
Oats Very Slow Tito Provision Move
ment Uxltlbltcil Conslilcrnblo
8trciiK h A IjlRht Down
Turn In Cat tic.
CHICIOO , Feb. -fSpeci.il Telegram to
TUB HEK.I Thli W.W n very dull day on
'change Trnilo In whent W.M light and more
strictly local than it has bean Tor n week. The
sltuitlon 1ms undergone no chatiRO rcccutlv ,
nnd the traders on both sides hold steiclfnstly
to the position they Imvo owiplcd since the
bosfinnini ; of the j oar. The speculative innr-
Itet has settled Into n rut. It is waiting for
something to turn u | > or to turn down The
Jluctuutlons In prices to-day weie compressed
\vltliln n range of % c , mid no Rood excuse
could bo offered for estendliiK ni'tion
that far. The market opened just \vhoro it
left oft" , vlr , 0'jV'V' > i' ; < r for May. for an
hour or morn the in lee r.mgod nt OTJaKj'JT c ,
nnd then it moved up to Pic , which point \vns
touched twice \\ltbln u period of a few min
utes , n reaction of VC c intoivenhij : .
From OSc on the second llttlo bulo | , the mar
ket was sold off to U'-'aO ' This was followed
by n rnllv to U7sfc , n brealc to "JTVc , a recov
ery to 07fe , and n condition appioac'ilng
stagnation , arontid Or TV-- Trade KOt
very dull and IIOWH had no utTeut whatever.
liule.-d , no news \\orthy the nnine came
to the surface. May closed at 07 0
nnd July at bb c. The raniro on the
latter month was SSVgSOe. Cables were
unusually uninteresting. They quoted the
forcipn situation us tjulut , with nn undertone
Of nilla weakness. Tno Seaboard markets
wcro absolutely featureless. The e.xpoitors
nt New York I'ontlnuo to tune their songs to
bear music , but tho.lnul . little business to
do in wheat mid Hour , and expoils this week
ntu rather larger than last. Kstmiates of
the decrease In the visible supply run nil the
wav fron ( iOO.OOO . to 1.100,000 uushcls , the l\ \ ) > -
urcs depending on whether the Minneapolis
millers have been griml'tii ' : from public or
private stores most generally The pilninry
points receipts are about 100,000 bushels
Kioatcr than last week , and exports show up
about 50,000 bushels better The general
milling ? i onsumptivo demand has been rather
larger than last week , and there
is no loason for expecting llgiues
gicatly dlffonni ; from last weok. Locally ,
the day was cveii thing the hoait could wish
in the way of winter weather. It was a
blight , bracing , sunshiny duj. This fact re
minded some of the waggish bulls that it was
"groundhog" day. and that , In accordance.
to the old superstition , that wise nniinnl on
seeing Ms stiadow would go back into his
hole and hibei nato a couple of months. The
discussion of this interesting weather piob-
1cm tt.ii nbout the only enlivening feature of
the session. It engaged the attention of the
gicatcst minds. Uiitehinsoii's dealings , al
though not huge , m.ulo him a most potent
factor. Ho offered moro wheat on the ral
lies than the crowd wanted , ami
on the declines ho seemed disposed
to press his advantage , but not
viciously. On the breaks Scan art/ &
Dupee were the largest buyers , and fair-
bunk's brokers picked up a little.
Dullness was the priuui'ul feature of to
day's corn market , and alter some display of
strength in near futures at the opening , they
lapsed into dullness and lower prices. The
foicign markets were linn and the export
demand unabated. February wus within 2fio
and March from Jjfu to lo of May atonotinio.
The export clearances continue to give sub
stantial evidence of the icquirements of the
1 01 oign countries , and if more freight room
could bo had ut the present rates there would
bo oven inoio business done. The ovoort
clearances for the week , including Now
Orleans , is close uuon 2,000,000
uushcls , nt which rate , continued for
the balance of the season , it would
have some influence , even on n crop as largo
as the present one. The receipts to day
wcro 11 cars over yesterday's estimate , but
only the usual 1 car in about 45 was No. 'J.
Inanimation , dullness and weakness were
the uninteresting Icatures of the latter half
of the session. There was some guessing on
the probable figures of the visible supply ,
the general expectation being for some slight
dccicaso , but the quantity was not expressed
in figures. The opening flurry among the
sboits In February and Marcti gave place tea
a doslro among the longs to unload , which
made the closing \\eak and fiom J c to } ic
lower than yesterday's llnal figures.
The trade in outs was one of the dullest
for many weeks. The receipts were fair ,
and theio ttas about the usual trade
in fico-on-bourd lots , while the aggregate
business in futures was decidedly small , un-
impoi taut and featureless. The feeling was
steady , with mild inquiry for May at 27Xc.
After some business -K@27 c , together
with Juno at * o discount und near months
dull and cjiiotably steady , No , 2 oats to go to
store sold fairly at " > } { c.
In provisions the movement exhibited con
siderable strength. The monthly stock
.showing was about as largo as the trade ex
pected , nnd as the advices from the stock
yuidswore bearish , the situation , if any
thing , was favorable to the buying interest.
Still the market was well supported. The
shorts allowed moi o or less disposition to
cover , and better prices than at yosterday's
close were realised. In lard the advance es
tablished amounted in fact to ' } 4 < ij ) Mc , and
in blioit ribs ! > C $10a
CHICAGO IAVK SrOCIL
CHICAOO , Feb. 2. ( Special Telegram to
TUB nBE.f CATTLE To-dny's trade was
slow nnd prices weak , with a slight down
turn all around. There were but few if any
shipping orders , nnd the dressed bcof people
were Holding back for Monday's run , calcu
lating that the shower of telegrams that
went out on Thursday and Friday will sot in
motion a big run tor Monday and the fore
part ol next week. Choice beeves , nominal
nt ft.l5@ ( 1.75 ; medium to good steers , 1350 to
1500 Ibs , fJ.70i4 "M ; 1200 to 1851) ) Ibs , ? , Ur , @
4.00 : 050 to 1'JOO Ibs , $2 00@UO ; stackers and
fccdeis , 52.00Q3.40 ; COWB , bulls and mixed ,
* 'J.rOtii.OO : ; bulk , $ aiOftJ3.40 ; Texas steers ,
$3.- > oii.GO ( ! ; COWH. $ j oodgj in.
lloos J'o-day there was an old-time panlo
o * It woie , values going down with a rush on
medium and big heavy , the decline at one
timu rating a strong lOu on everything but
light light. The curiosity to the trade this
morning was that whoicin cxtiemoly heavy ,
cr.y 4H-lb. ( ) averages and upwards , would not
soil for over f I 70 , llght-IIgnt of 100 to 1 0-lb.
averages sold ut tr > lUjii.20. ( ! These big ,
heavy grades were harder to soli to day than
at any day this weok. The bulk of the
mlxod sold at $4 ( tt@4.70 , and heavy at fcl.70
( i4 7f . Some rough pajkens sola as low ns
* UO < jj4.GO.
FINANUIiVTj.
NKW YOHK , Feb. 2. [ Special Telegram
to TUB Unr..l STOCKS The foreign buying
was again a feature of the stock market this
morning. London prices came strong and
fractionally higher , und the market opened
with considerable activity , first prices showIng -
Ing gains of & to Jjf per cent , 'J ho advance ,
however , induced fice railbing sales by the
traders , and n slight reaction followed. The
commission bouses wore good buyers of the
general list. The feeling Is quite bullish ,
and picdicUona were freely made that the
market will continue to broaden und that the
forthcoming week will witness more activity
than has boon scon in many months. West
ern Union Is In a very prosperous condition ,
and u return to a 0 per cent dividend basis la
certain to take place within u shoittlmo ,
The movement in Heading stock nnd bonds
fully substantiates what the friends of the
company claimed The tulk from I'hlludol-
phio is particularly encouraging. The snino
people who hnvo boon picking uu Reading
have been buying Northern Pacific stock.
The insiders uia buying Union Puollic on nil
weak spots , and t > uy Unit the company was
never tu u better condition , and that it has
enough uiouey In its tieasury to make a
hnndscmio dlrfsjon nmonj * the stockholders
After 11 o'clock the market became lev
active and the tone became easier. No
special feature ; marked the dealings for the
remainder of the day , und the market
llunllv closed , nt about the opening figures
The total Mies for the day amounted to
170,000 Minted , Including Heading , 0,500 ;
Lake Shore , 10OOJ ; Northern Pacille pro
furred , 4,00p ; Clovolaud , Culiimhua , Cincin
nati & Indlaimpolls , fl.OOO ; Lackawnnnn ,
7,500 ; Union 1'aclllc , O.fiOO ; Northwestern ,
0.000 ; St. Pn I , 6,000 ; Now England. 0,500 ,
and HIclunOntrTcrmlnnl , 4,000.
Thcfolbvvlitit WiJrj Uu ulotliu qintttions
IT.S. 4s regular . .1.T5 Northern 1'Aclflo. . ai'i
II. 3.4scoupons . .12Jiji dopfflforrod , . . BI
r.s.i'fsrotfiiM- , c. * s. w . IDS' ;
U. 8. 4'iscoiii > oni 10) ) i dopraferroO , . . . ,141'S
I'acincilsot Vi . 1M IN. V\mtral ( . . 10W
( Vntrnl IMclflo . .IV * I' . , I ) , ft K . K43i
C'hlcKiro * Alton 137 iltock Mlixml . . . . . . . 100U
Chlcago.llnrllneton It1. . M. A St. I > . . . . MS
& Qulncy . . . . 110 % dopreferroil . IC2 *
n.-ti. * \ \ \ . . , i4i' , st I'aui&omahi . .
Illinois Centra ! HA I doproferrtvl . . . .HI
1..1I. &W. . . . ll > i t'nlnn I'iiciflo . filN
Kiinous \ Texas II iW..St. L. .V r . 1T
t.nkoShore . . ln-i < il do iirpfcrrod. . . WV
MlrhlRntHVntr.xl VJ , Western Kulou . MJi
Mlssonrll'.icillc ; . . : , l'i '
Mover o > J Cui , Easy nt'J per cent.
PitiME MEUC < Nnrs I'AIT.U I ' ? ( pjr cent.
STKIIUSO BXOIUVOB Steady ; demand ,
? 4 SSJtf , slxty-day bills f I.
-i ai.vmturs.
CIIK 100. I'ob. -Uhont Steady ; cash ,
04e ;
L'orn Kasy ; ca h,33Vc , ; March , M 11-lCc ;
May , : ! i ) 1ft ir > c
Oats Steady ; cash , 25ifc ; March , 2flo ;
Mny. 'J7 r.
e I7o.
Hurley Nothing doing.
Prime Timothi11.50. .
Flux-SI.GO.
Whiskyoi. ! : .
Pork Steady ; cash , 8U.37K ; March ,
$11 47' ; May. $11 07Jf
hard Steady ; cash , M.POj March , JU93K ;
May , fif)7. ! )
t' lour ( Juiet nnd unchanged.
Hulk Meats Shoulders , $ t ! OO ir. 12' ' if ; short
clear , ? < ji71t ; ( Tl.V ) ) . short ribs , ? li O.X O 10.
Htittor Scarce , creamery , ! Si7c ( ; : dairy ,
isc < t c.
Choose Steady ; full cream choddais , lOJf
( iillc ; ll.its , ll'fill'/c ; 1'oung Americas ,
l i'gs Easier , fresh , in@14c.
Hides Unchanged ; nuivy mm light
green salted , 5o : green , 4c ; salted
bull , 4 > c ; green bull , S fe ; green salted calf ,
dry flint , 7K' o ; green salted kip ,
4e ; dry calf , 7@3o ; bmndod hides , 13 par
cant off ; deacons , 25@30o each ; dry salted ,
7oTallow
Tallow Steady No. 1 , soltu , 4 c ; No. 2 ,
cake. 3e.
Hocomts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls 7,000 0,000
Wheat bu 12,000 19,000
Corn.uu 15(1,000 ( 81,000
Oats , bu 12.030 53,000
Now Voric. Fob. 2.-r-\Vhoat Quiet for
spot and firmer ; No. 2 red , fl.T > < ! 9.'t > c In
elevator. UyJiWJoojalloat , WJOj'fo ' f. o. b ;
No. It red , 87u , options dull , lower and weak ;
Tobruari closing at Die ,
Corn Receipts , -14,1)00 ) ; exports , 155.791 ;
spot ijuiot but llrm , and ' WJ i1 lusher ; No. 2 ,
44K'iT ( o in elevator , 45KC' " 15 % o afloat ; No.
2 , white , 4lW ( < jHde ; ungrado.1 mixed , 40Q45c ;
options dull.
Oats Hoceipts , 1)1,000 ) ; exports , none ; spot
moro active and ' 4GJiO higher ; options dull
but steady ; Fobru.uy , olc ; March , 32 8e. ;
May. ! )28 ) e ; mixed western , 2'W3Jc. '
Coffee Options opened steady and closed
i tfAMUilnB 1'UULUUl y l f IU IAJ f i 14HjUm if ) lift Wj
( < 15C5 ; May , $15.45(315155 ( ; spot HIo barely
steady ; fair cargoes , S17.00& .
Petroleum Steady and quiet ; Uuited
closed nt S5Ko.
Eggs Steady ; western , . . _ .
Pork Steady ; now , 51300@13.25.
Lard Stronger and quiet ; western steam ,
7.33 ; February , $7.20.
Mutter Finn ; western dairy , 13@29o ;
creamery , 10 ( < J2Sc ; Elgins , 29u.
Cheese Steady ; western ,
RIIUMIW' ' City , Feb. 2. Wheats-Lower ;
No. 2 red , cash , SScbid ; May'JJJ c ; No. 2 ,
soft , cash , 8S > s'o asked ; Mar , U3o asked.
Corn Quiut ; No. a , cash. 2to ! nskod ; May ,
" % ( ; bid ; No. 2 , white , May , 2' ) > c bid.
Oats No. 2 , cash , 2 c asked ; May , Zlo
asked.
Iiivcrponl , Feb. 2. [ Special Cablegram
to TUB UKB. ] 2:00 : p. m. close. Pork-
Holders offer freely ; prlmo mess , eastern ,
70s , easy ; do , western , W)3 ) easy.
Lard Holders offer spot freely and futures
moderately ; spot and February , oOs 'M ,
ste idy ; March and April , ! Ws Od , steady.
Wheat Holders offer sparingly ; now , No.
2 , winter , 7s 7d , steady ; do spring , 7s Od ,
steady
Flour Holders offer moderately at 11s 3d ,
steady.
Corn Holders offer moderately ; spot , 4s
IJ d , llrm ; February , 4s l * d , llrm ; March
nnd April , 4s Jfd , steady.
St. Loui * Feb. 2. Wheat higher ; cash ,
JfjMay. y3tf@943S.
Corn steady ; cash , 21Jf ; May , 33 3-8.
Oats steady ; cash , 25 ; May , 23.
Pork dull , $ U.87K@12.00.
Dard I dull , $ tf.75.
Whisky , steady , $1.03.
Unttor flrm for better grades ; creamery ,
24@3 > 5 ; dairy , 20@27.
Cincinnati. Fob. 2. Wheat quiet ,
llrm ; No. 2 red , OSc.
Corn steady ; No. 2 mixed , 3l < a35o.
Oats steady ; No. 2 mixed , 2Sc.
Whisky , lirui1.0 .
Minneapolis. Fob. 2. Wheat Sample
wheat active and higher. Hoceipts , liiJoars :
shipments , 74 cats , Closing , No. 1 hard ,
February , fl.14 ; May , $1.17 # ; track , $1 10 ;
No. I northern , February , $1.01 ; Mai' ,
? 1.10,1 1-8 ; track , $1.0.101.01 ; No. 2 northern ,
February , Ole ; May , , track OJi u.
IMTilwaukoc , Pel ) . 2 Wheat Dull ;
cash" bS e ; May , < Jl % .
Corn Dull ; No. . 5'Je.
Oats Quiet ; No. 2 white , 2So.
Hye Quiet ; No. 1 , 4i ( c.
Hnrloy Depressed ; No. 2 , Glc.
Provisions Steady ; pork , $11.35.
IjIVi ; nL\U.i. .
Feb. 2 L'ua Drovow1 Jour
nal renortsas follows
Cattle Heceipts. 2,000 ; market steady ;
cholco beeves , $ l.3J@t.75 ; stoors$2.00i ( 4.iO ! ;
stockersand feeders , 5J.OO@340 ; cows , bulls
nnd mixed , et.50 300 ; Texas cattle. J200
@ ' 1.50.
Hogs Hccolpts , 173,000 ; market 5fi)10o )
lower ; mixed , fl. < SV J > 4.85 ; hoivy , ? 4 0@4bO ;
light , M.705.00 ( ! ; pigs. W.OOgS 10.
Sheep Uoeolpts 1,500 : market steady ;
natives , ? { ,75@5 10 ; westurns , corn-fed , $1.20
( gl 70 ; Toxuus , $ J.50ji'4 ( ' 50 ; lambs , f I.SOCrtO 2" ) ,
KanwiiH City , Fob , 2. Cattle Hocolpts ,
2,000 ; shipments , 1,000 ; market opened llrm
on dressed bcof and shipping steers , but
weakened and declined , 5 ( < ? 10i3 lower ; cholco
cows llrm ; good to cholco corn-fed , fl.O,1) ®
4.25 ; common to medium , $ .110@i ; S5 ; stock-
crs and feeding steers , $1.00 ( 325 ; cows ,
1.25r ( 2 80.
Hogs Hccolpts , 0,100 ; shipments , 800 ;
market weak nt 10@15c lower ; common to
choice , $3.2V I 50.
National Hloulc Vnrilt , lOast St.
IjotilH , Fob. 2. Cattle Hocoipts , 200 ;
shipments , 700 ; market stoidy , choioo heavy
natlvo steers , $3 70 § 1 25 ; fair to good heavy
native , steers , W.OOC'f3 80 ; butchers' steers , $
medium to choice , $ JOO3.20 ; stookors and
feeders , $1.00M2.70 ; rangers , corn-fed , $3 00
@ 370 ; grass.cd , $1 705$2SO ,
Hogs Hoeolpts , 2,200 ; shipments , 1,300 ;
market oasv ; cholco heavy and butchers'
selections , fi,704 ( SO ; packing , $ IG'J4.75 ' ;
light grailos , 14.70 4 85.
Hloux City , Feb. 2. Cattle Hoceipts ,
125 ; shipments , 100 ; steady and unchanged.
Hogs Hccoipts , 1,100 ; market IO@I5c
louor ; Unlit and mixed , $4 10MI.50 ; heavy ,
* 1.50Q5 5J.
Sovi'n llnntln Cnnsod Uy Ono Alunlnr.
lloono Alnrlow , wlio tnurdurud Shorlll
Wallace , of Youuy county , Toxiis , Do-
coinhor 18 last , was klllod lust Thursday
in the Indian territory by Martin Biwv-
crd nnd John Dorrlckbon. They trailed
him to Ills hiding nlaco and , when ho
refused to throw up his liundb , tliov
lirod at him. The reward of $2,500 at-
forod by the citizens of Youni ; county >
waa at once paid to lloiivors and Dot- by
rlc'lfson. It vvu3 the escape of Iloono
Murlouthnt incensed the citizen mob
to attack the jail in which hia four
brothers wore hold us accessories to the
murder of Sheriff Wallace. This IB the
seventh death resulting from the
muidor , while tnroo inon aru Berlously
wounded.
WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW ,
The DoniMid For Money Has Not
Increased
AND BANKS ARE COMPLAINING.
Money Knsler Thnti Any Corrcs-
poiulliiti Time In tlio l'a l Two
\'cnrs Tlio Prntluco
Mnikots Duller ,
Condition of the Country-
CniCAQo , Fob. 2 [ Special Telegram to
Titc lJun ] The demand for money has not
Improved since the close of the preceding
week , and the banks are moro thin usually
Inclined to complain nt the Inadequacy of tKo
demand , compircd to the funiU available for
discounting paper. In fact money Is easier
than at nay corresponding time In the past
two > cirs , and those who want loans on
strictly gilt edjed names or collateral nro
readily supplied with funds at 5(56 ( per cent ,
the hulk of the largo loans buin ? ut 5 per
cent , and very few pay above 5Vf per cent.
Miscellaneous borrowers on mlxod collator
nls nnd business names pay M'5 per cent , the
latter being for small amounts. There are
few now enterprises to stimulate tlio demand
for money , absorption In railway building ,
the ' prime factor nt this date in the three
preceding years , being cntliely absent now ,
There is nlso less than the customary
midwinter employment of funds in pork
packing and In cnrrj ing wheat. The open
character of the winter has , up to this time ,
enabled merchants to collect up much closer
than usual , hence they want less than the
average amount of assistance from their
bankets , The only source from which there
is moio than the customary call for money Is
for carrying conIn tlio country. The cur
rent low prices hero nml ntothernoints make
it moro profitable for country dealers to sell
for May delivery und hold the corn nt home ,
where stoiago piuctically costs noth
ing. Money at , custom financial
c enters continues to accumulate , nnd
discount rates favor borroweti. In London
rates on the open market on stocK collaterals
nro easy nt l C"1 * per cent. The decline In
the ' open market has Induced the Hank of
Kngland to again reduce Its discount rate to
U percent. The market for New York ex
change was dull and destitute of now or In
teresting features , and the rates remained
steady nt par to 23o premium per f 1,000. A
steady feeling prevailed in the market for
foreign exchange. The oltcrniKS of bills in
this market were not large , but In New York
the increase was noted , and although the
market remained steady the greater pint of
the weelc , the close was easy nnd n shade
below the opening llguics. The s.ilod of
documentary MCI ling bills on London ranged
nt $4.S454' i4.b5 , closing at the inside. The
trading in stocks in Wall street the past
week was unsettled , pciiods of dullness being
followed by spasms of activity. The atrgre
gate volume of business , however , was
larger than for the prececdiiig weelc. The
feeling regauling western stocks was unset
tled nnd tlio course ot the maiket depended
almost . entirely upon the news from Chicago ,
where the presidents , or rather the repre
sentative * , weio in session most of tlio week ,
. trying . to formulate and to adopt an agi ce
ment to maintain i ate * . The opcratois , how
ever , did not take kindly to western socui I-
tios.und they were rather neglected. Atchison
was the center of the western group. The
statement of the whole system for IbSSshowod
a deficit of $2,709,000. Had no dividends
boon paid the deficit would have boon only
$184,000. Although the statement had in a
measure already been discounted , the free-
selling orders from lioston produced u weak
feeling and a decline- two points. The free
selling created a heavy short interest , which
alone aggregated 50,000 shares. A decrease
in the offerings later , nnd a disposition on
the part of the shorts to cover , checked the
downward movement , and a rally of 4)
points followed. The changes in the other
western stocks were confined to a small
rango. Cotton Oils received a moderate set
back bv the New Orleans decision declaring
comulnations illegal , but the prlco hold up
well and t ecorded moderate advances. Sub
stantial dividend stock , like Lackawanna ,
Delaware & Hudson , Pullman and others ,
received moio attention , from the moderate
number of Investment buyers in market.
Delaware & Hudson increased its dividend 1
percent. Pullman purchased hbcralh , nnd
advanced about sit points , touching i ) ' . ' . but
the fair realizing caused a moderate reaction.
Cleveland , Columbus , Cincinnati & Indian
apolis came to the front nnd advanced G
points. Honds wcro active , investors giving
them moro attention than stocks. A llrm
feeling prevailed and prices advanced mod
erately. Talcing the week on the whole ,
it was more favorable to the "bulls , " but the
latter , ns a rule , are still timid. The aggre
gate transactions on the New York stock ex
change for the week were 1,415,000 shares.
Not as much life was witnessed in the
leading produce markets duting the past
week as during the previous three or four
weeks , and the feeling was somewhat un
settled , and prices lluctuatud considerably.
The trading was credited mainly to the local
operators , orders from outside parties baing
limited , and chiefly from operators in trad
ing centers , The speculators apparently ,
were accepting small profits on losses , nnd
the bulk of the business was in moderate
quantities. Tlio supplies of grain are gradu
ally decreasing , nnd the deliveries from llrst
hands arc .somewhat limited Consldcinblo
grain has been distributed through the east
ern states , but tlio export movement was
light , excepting of corn. In provisions.thero
was n moderate shipping demand , and the
supply is gradually enlarging ,
though the export movement is
well maintained. The weather continues
moderate for the season of the year , but no
damage of importance to the crops was re
ported. In speculative circles neither the
long nor the short inteiost appeared to gain
any particular advantage. Among shippers
s fair business was reported , but us a rule
the orders were for small quantities. The
movement of live stocic to the principal mar
kets shows llttlo Improvement , thought the
prices have favored buyers. The packing of
the west showed a decrease of 30,000 hogs
during the week , and the decrease for tlio
season , so far , is reported at about 000,000
hogs in number , but the Increase m weight
will pattly oifsot this deficiency.
HCMG10US.
St. Louis has twenty two Methodist Epis
copal churches , worth f 2S3WO. (
AH world conference of Mormons Is to beheld
hold ut Salt Lake City in Aptil. The faulnts
sniff u ctlslH.
The llrst branch of the "ICIng's Daugh
ters" to bo sturtod In Wyoming is now or-
guiiiring in Cheyenne.
Dr. Parker , of tlio City Toniplo , London ,
goes the Salvation army one better , so to
speak. Ho iinnounco.s u mules of icllgious
services whetu smoking will bo allowed ,
The receipts of the Congregational union
the last year were $131,72" , an increase of
$7,300 over lust year. Forty-one pasonages
and 101 churches were added in the lust
twelve months
Tim Kov. Antony Swonsson , of Detroit , Is
the Hist Swede to become u Koimm Cutholio
priest since the Reformation , Out of a pnpu-
iatlon of O.ooo.ooo Sweden has only 2,000 Hu
man Catholics
The Catholic church in the United States
has 13 uiclibishops , 71 bishops , 7,970 priests ,
1,111 Hemiimrmns , 7,124 chuulius , , ' ( , ! , ' ! . !
Uiapolitind stations , 27 somiiiaiies , 97 tol.
legus , 510 academics , 3,0 JI p iroclii U schools ,
SV > ,0)5 ( ) pupils in parochial schools , 519 char
itable institutions , arid a Catholic pap nation
of.7,855yyi.
A novel Sunday school has boon organize 1
bv tUo Uilcgriiph oporntnis of tno Nashville ,
Uhattanooga .V St. Louis railroad , livery
Sunday morning the school is culled to order
bv the superintendent , Operator Hratnblut ,
who telegraphs IIIH order from \Varlraou ,
J'onn. After prayer and tlio reading of a
chapter from the Hiblo , all of which is done
ver the \vlio , questions uro asked the class
Mr. Hmuiblot , nnu the tlrst man to an-
suer captures the circuit.
Mis. Trovor'rf CatH.
Mm. Jnuo Trevor , of Chicago , who Is
oug piiHt inidilln life , lives in u wont
sidu ilut-huiisu with : i ( 'roat colony of
cats , I for room * tmai m with thorn and
they are- the turror of Iho neighborhood ,
imUctilnrly of Mr. SlntUor. Similar
lives in the sumo IIOIKO , nml was an
noyed. by the nlphtly howling of thi
cats , ami the other night ho got up nm
IcIUeiloiio with boot-jack. . In revotipo
Mrs. Trevor piled all her poll ami Itot
ties on the stairway , nnd when Simile
cnitio homo that night ho fell eve
them. Then ho hail her arrested , am
to-tlay .lustico YVhilo put her timlot
lmn < ls to keep the pcaco and suppro&
the eat nuisance.
You tike cohl very eisy. do you not ? Your
nest ston | up , and von lm\o n watorv dlnlwrKo
fnim , t. Vom tin mt nils ultli plili'nm , und
inn ainroutlmiiilly licminlni ; nnil spitting , somo-
llm-s the discmiiuo l thick and j oilim. and you
lot'l u fallings n\ui tlu > InIdxo ottlto nose. \\liy
IH it. ' Simply till ! . : Tlnitou have u chronic in-
Humiliation of t li tinning nftiio nose and tin oat ,
voij cljiuien v'f toniptruniri ) , either mnfccs It
fc , i jfcuyr wiii-ii It w warm ov vVii'so when H 13
cold A ( tarn told thw inriubinuo U loft oon-
K sto < l. It diiosnt get. entire ! ) well , and afifoli
cold is tlioiotoio I'usiui to uku. A inn ous
membrane , wlum Inllamoil , iiluii\3necrotesmore
tliiinnoiiniil , nln I more blood rimnos to Urn part ,
which Mu-IN tlio purts. nnd In the no-drib
closes till-in tin nmni elosel >
CAN IT III ! t Ullllll AND IIOVV ?
To uiu cnturih , ni'iossnrlh requires tioat
niont. It wonted n nil of Itself 'Ihotieitment
mint bi > Jii'lliioiH , not luiplm/iird. It Is nftoi
i olleI'd liy muni or the patent pi opal all ins on
tlio market , but onltemporalllv. . I'hoy do
iiotiiunoM ) tlio deep seated conditions , but only
le sr > n tlioilKchiiiKO. und fiosli rolil iM Just us
i-i" ) to tnltHiis buforc Now isn I It ttm\Mu to
dillydally with these nostriiins ? Isn't It a
hi'tttu pint : to put your c.isn In the liiinds of a
iihxMifttn , vlio imdoi tiilils It nnd i tires It ?
Isn t It ihiMpoi in tin1 nd/ \\o \ USHIIIO xon a
good tioutmiMit , tiriitmont th.it Is dlicitod to
yniir liill\lln ( ( il LIISO nn iiiutti'i how st > Mnolt Is.
\Vo chiirm-lnit llttlu tor what wo do , less tlmn
tin' genual i uu of pli > M < tuns. Om lulinbillty
in tre.itlin : Cat urh , Astlnu.i , llionchltls olc.
Is iiniiiistloiUMl. |
nocTou
J. CRESAP McCOY
,
( fnteonicllonn liosp til.Ncw > t )
Succouded by
110CTOU
Giiodes M , Jordan
( Late of tlio Tnivoislty ot Nmv Voik City and
Howuid Uulvuisltr , Washington , 1) , C' .
HAS orKicns
No. 31O and 311 Ramcro Building
Corner fifteenth and Harnoy sts , Oinalin , Nob. ,
where nil ctu.ililo cases am tioatud
with succwss.
Note Dr. Clmrles M. Joiilun has been losl-
dentph.\ftltlaii toi Dr. McCoy. In Omaha , for
the pust year and Is the physician who 1ms
mndo tliu cures that havu been published
weekly in thin paper.
Medical diseases treated skillfully. Consump
tion. Itrlght's disease. Dyspepsia , itlioumuttsm
nnd all MJIIVOUS DlbKAM'.S. All disc ist's p -
cullur to the sexes a specialty. OATAKKII
CUHKD.
CONSULTATION nt onlce or liy mull , II.
OIHco hours II to 11 it. m , a to 4 p. m. , 7 to Rn.
m . Sunday ollice horns tionUln. m , to 1 p. m.
Co rra poudencurccoiw'3 pi oinpt attention.
ilanvdiseases lire treated Hiiccmsfnlly by Dr.
Jordan throiiKii the mnlls.und It K Uiu.s possible
tor those im.iblo to iniiku n lomiiuy to obtain
T1IU1R IIOMRS.
CALIFORNIA !
THELAND OP
DISCOVERIES.
.
WCUF\E TOR
tATARRH
E CAL.
Santa Abie : and : Oat-R-Ouro
For Snlo by
G-oodman Drug Co.
C C'lirort by HI'ANISIl Hl'lVll ir ClroulRra free
1MMfHlS llt'UHH I'll. Dili Illll , Null.
Untimely V/rinlUca ,
A fnw years .igo. If any on hail innilo thnilpc.
laratlon th.it nrliild'H ' and scnrs tould liocntlrUy
( illltuniteil , they would liuvo heeii iouil ; mlijixtotur
durlMlun. Uut unii limn who li.i.s tlnco liaunui
HH had at tlut tlmo liueiili'il un apiliinco | | for
tlu ears. A ho thn nose ; ipi > lliincu fur
. . . tlio nos > \ tidth or U'lilc'h liiivii lint njti )
rcmarknbln buccnss , und the ntnv fuclnl InMril
ment ( ulilch ciTtulnlj hns nntfr bisn niualed )
for lioiloiv or minkui thtt-Us , warn , rlttini ; , uuytl-
uplill } the fi-uturni. tc. Ills Kteatent Ii ( hliivcilK lit
ivii , fionuinr , nliuii hu perfeclod this tieatnitnt
rornrlnkloi , It took MHIIU
tlmn nnd a cront'lrnl of Btwly
mid pHr&eviimncK. Hut ho at
last tmivlau-d tlio most pkf > p-
llrnlthat wrlnXIrs luuld IHI.S | .
thitiy l > o witlrcly ol/llturatnl / ,
' from thnt mniiient his
iss was nssuri-l. Tlio
treatment \ In tlin IUP of
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