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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1892)
DUN'S ' REVIEW OF THE WEEK
Approaching Holidays Una Given an Im
petus to Tratlo Everywhere !
LAST YEAR'S ' BUSINESS FAR EXCELDED
CnmlHInin In Alt Section * of thn Country
( looit , with llrlghtnr Outlook fur tlia
1'iitiirp Clulil Imports DUttirl )
Hpectiltitlto Miirkct * .
NBW YOUK , Dec. 83. II Q. Dun ft , Co.'s
weekly review of trade says : Hojwrls of
Iho condition of trade nro decidedly more
satisfactory In most lines , especially in
woolens , though tratlo In Iron nnil steel Is
noticeably weaker. Tlio holiday trade
throughout the north seems unusually large ,
cineclulU at Chicago , St. Ixms ami Cleve
land anil It It likely at Hotnn southern parts ,
Btiuh IIH Knnxvlllo , but only fair at Memphis
nntl l.lttlp Hock. In others production ap
pears generally larger than for the last sea-
( ton , particularly in dry goods , shoes anil
furniture of the better grades. On the
other hand money markets arc showing
more sijais of pressure , and nt Chicago
money Is strong with (5 ( per cent premium at
Cincinnati , Cleveland and Minneapolis , close
nt Detroit mid Milwaukee , strong at 7 per
cent mid actlvo at St. Paul , while usu.il
rales prevail nt Kansas City , and nt Now
Orleans Uu > ro Is a good supply and very
moderate demand. It was also worthy of
note that collections arc somewhat less sat-
Isfactorvat the west , a little backward at
S1..1 'am and Minneapolis , though Improving
nt Milwaukee , but they nro only fair at the
( Ii cat Dciimnil fur U'oolnn.
The striking feature of tbo week Is the
great demand for woolen and cotton goods.
All cotton machinery l" employed to its full
capacity , but Is behind the demand , and
prices nro ( UiccoilliiRly linn , with the tend
ency to advance. The result has been u de
rided increase in the tulos of wool , which re
cently dec-lined , but arc iimv larger than a
year ago. In the boots and shoes tr.tdo there
appears n very unusual demand for ttie sea-
eon.The Iron trade has become decidedly
vrenlcor , and holders of pig niako concessions
of about 25 cents , the prsssuro to sell being
mainly northern. For nearly nil llnlshcd
products the demand is slack and lower
prices nro made wherever any business Is
done. A sale of 1.000 tons of foreign rails to
the Pacific co.ist Is reported and the meeting
of makers Is supposed to hacm ranged for
Bomo i oil net Ion In price.
Tr.iiloin lopperdragsnt 12'JO cents. Tin
Is weaker nt 18.10 cents , but le.ul n.shade
stronger at Sl.SO cents. Cattle receipts nt
the vest lire very largo for the week 112- !
000 head against 10-1,0'JO last year and 02-
COO the year before.
Boston reports that cottons fully maintain
the advance in prico. Leather is in improved
demand and lumber steady , while trade hi
furniture is good.
At Philadelphia iron Is weak , but hard'
ware active and the coal trade fair , and
chemicals nro fair and tobacco good , will
Bomo sjiecuhilion In liquor on account of ex
pcctcd increase In the tax.
Pig iron is In less demand at Plttsburg
nnd orders for finished pioducts notnmncr
ous. but the glass trade fair.
At Cincinnati produce sales exceed lasi
year's , and the market for tropical fruits i :
Business is good at Cleveland nnd at
Detroit , and especially In the grocery trade
Receipts at Chicago show an increase o
10 per cent in wheat , " 0 in hogs and sheep
DO in bin-ley and 50 in butter , compared wltl
lust year , hut losses of 10 In dressed beef
HO in Hour nnd cheese , 80 In corn , 40 in hogs
r > 0 in wool nnd 70 in rye and pork. Genera
trade Is very good.
Kotall twido at Milwaukee Is good.
The Jobbing trade is good at St. Paul am
Minneapolis , and the output of Hour is large
Trade Is strong at St. Louis and ICansa
City , better than the average.
Trade is very active nt Omaha and Denvci
At Now Orleans there is fair activity fo
the season , though sugar is in large dcman
nnd rice Improving in pi ice.
Speculative markets were much disturbc
by large gold exports , and the rise in ei
changii and the stringency in money on call
which robd from 1 per cent two weeks ag
nnd ( lone week ago , to 40 per cent at on
time on Monday , nnd is still strong at 0 pe
cent. Wheat declined but % of a cent , wesl
crt receipts continuing about 1)00,000 ) bushel
daily , but corn fell half and oats declined
quarter. Cotton advanced a sixteenth , groa
stocks being held for a i Iso , so that the so
tlcmeuts of bankers' southern loans ai
Tnotieasury has taken in $3.000,000 , of \ '
notes and lost as much gold , while its silvi
lias increased $ T > 00,000 during the week.
Business failures occurlng tnroughout tli
country during the last seven days ntimbi
801 , as compared with a total of HOI la
. week. For the corresiwnding week of lai
year the figures were -JJ.
OIIAIUXU HOUSI : STATIMINTS. :
Talmlnti'il Stiitomcnt of tliu HtisIiu'H * I.u
Wrclc Onmlm to the I'rinit.
New YORK , Doc. ! W. Tlio following tabli
compiled by Hradstrcct , gives the clearli
house retuins for the week ending 13
comber 22 , lb'J2 , nnd the perccntngo of 1
crease or decrease , as compared with tl
corresponding week last year :
Douilultiii of riumilu.
t co ' totnU.
On Kuruptmn lluuri. .
a , Deo. 2U. At tlio close the lion
was very luuvh dcnrcsscd. Uauk and hit
DIG REDUCTIONS OH ALL TOYS , OUR TOYS HAVE BEEN ALL MARKED DOWN
We have made reductions to To clean out our entire stock ,
sell every toy in our establishment. Fabulous reductions on everything ,
Piftli Floor- Oome
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Sole leather , hand made.
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Plush and sole leather ends.
COM HI NATION
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Fine plush , satin lined , have
been $1.50 ; the last chtince , 750
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Ooze calf and plush , have
been $4 a set ; go at half price
Plush Toilet Sets
Best celluloid brush , comb
Better ones at $ i , $1.25 , $2.
Shoe Blacking Sets.
Sole leather cases , SOG , 750.
Brush and mirror in neat pa
Better ones at 750 , $1.25 ,
$1.50 , $3.00 and up to $2.50 ;
these have comb , brush and
-mirror ; all Florence goods
the best made.
5 pieces in rich plush fancy
Sole leather case , have been 750
trial shares were freely offered , but there
were few purchasers. Suez canal shares
were Otf : Credit Foncler , 22 < ; Ottoman
bank , 11 > 4 and Lombardsyf : lower. Foreign
seourities were weak'and prices showed n
fractional decline. Advices from Berlin ,
Frankfort and Vienna show that the bouises
in those cities were weak through sympathy
with the market here.
llKAISTKiiT'.S IIHVIEW OF TltAUE.
ItcporU from HusIiit-H * Centers Show a
t llrultliy Condition.
Nnw YOUK , Deo. 23. Bradstreot's weekly
B state of trade will tomorrow omhody tlio
following : Pig iron , Bessemer pig , petroleum
r and some grades of finished Iron are lower ,
us well as whc.it and oats. Advances iu
corn , coffee , tea and southern sugar are con
spicuous , as well us for llvo cattle and hogs.
Tolucco , rubber , leather , lumber , print
cloths , wool and cotton have ruled
steady. The Now England boot and shoo
trade Is better than for years ,
und factories nro well supplied
with orders. Boston reports the
south much stronger than last year the
shipments south are largo and increasing.
Kubber and lumber are in fair demand.
Other largo eastern centers Buffalo , Pitts-
burg and Baltimore report holiday trade
the feature with wholesalers , and jobbers
engaged in stock-taking or preparing for
spring trado. Eastern cotton mills are not
accepting largo orders for future delivery ,
ns many manufacturers bellovo cotton is
going still higher. The full advance is de
manded and paid. American takings of
Australian wools are only oiio-thlrd of last
year's. IMces of domestics are firm , but
manufacturers will probably buy for wants
only , for some time to come , notwithstanding
u good demand for woolen goods.
Storks AfTocted by Gold HlilpmnnU.
The stock market shows a dlsixjsition to
recover from the effects of the liquidation
and temporary stringency in money , which
marked the beginning of the week. Specu
lation , however , is nervous , and apprehen
sions of further gold shipments check tiny
decided improvement , while they give place
to bearish attacks and prices. Heading is
now the weak feature on rumors of a bond
Issue and conflicting opinions about the ex
tent of Interest payments on junior sccuri-
In duchess , point and valen-
ciennes , perfect handwork ,
works of art. Prices range from
$1.25 to $25 Each.
500 boxes , containing three
handkerchiefs , printed borders ,
in a neat , illuminated box , all for
25c Per Box.
The crowning bargain of all
is 100 dozen Embroidered
At lOc Each.
That means just half price.
In every conceivable style.
Machine Embroidered ,
Drawn Work ,
Old English and Scrip
Cotton , Linen , Silk and the
Finest French Cambrics.
We offer a lot of Chiffon
Embroidered Handkerchiefs at
Worth almost double ? Alsc
another lot Silk Embroidered
At 35c Each.
Around town price , 500 ; very
desirable for presentation gifts ,
tics. The manipulated industries have re
covered somewhat from the depression and
scc/h / likely to be a loss prominent feature. For
eign interest in the market is nt a standstill ,
financial opinion abroad inclining to belief in
United States government bond issue. Silver
was weak on the adjournment of the Brus
sels conference nnd the piico of bars declined
to S3 centsa llttleabovo the lowest quotations
on record. Gold engagements , for shipment
next week , were anticipated , but now seem
unlikely in any large amount until after Jan
uary 1. The total bank clearings in the Uni
ted States this week equal $1.511,000,010 * , or
7 per cent more than last week , and 21 per
cent more than in the like week n year ago.
Unprecedented weekly increases of avail
able stocks of wheat in the United States
and Canada of late 1)17,000 ! ) bushels last
week with the continued free northwestern
shipment from first and second hands , tend
to depress prices of wheat , notwithstanding
exports each week of late In excess of totals
for like weeks in all preceding years , ex
lliislnrs * In the South iintl West.
Throughout the south activity in holiday
specialties has ruled , with comparative
quiet in other lines. At Birming
ham and Memphis collections are said to
bo only lairly satisfactory , but
at Nashville and Atlanta , payments by
country morcluints are being made with
promptness , Sales have been fairly large ,
and dealers regard the outlook quite hope
fully. Sugar Is actlvo at Now Orleans nt un
advance , with the prospect for higher prices.
Heceipts of rico there continue heavy.
Heavy dry goods and clothing are in demand
at Cialvcston and other Texas centers.
Treading western cities appear to bo enjoving
proportionately smaller volumes of trade in
staples , as is customary nt this season.
At Cincinnati whiskey and tobacco are
quite active and both this market and Cleveland -
land report pig iron prices unchanged , al
though Chicago admits furnace men's needs
in some instances have resulted in prices being -
ing shaded. Liouisvlllo reports jeans and
clothing In good request , while at Detroit
the cold sn ip has stimulated the general de
mand. Some call for steel rallb for Ifa'JJ is
mentioned nt Chicago.
St. Louis has been selling increased quan
tities of teas , coffees and spices at advancing
prices. The call for better qualities of gro
cery staples is said to bo noteworthy. Live
cattle and hogs are in good demand at Kan
sas City and Omaha ut higher prices , but
staples , generally at tlieso cities nnd nt St.
Joseph , sell slowly nt this season. A fair
volume of tr.ulu bus been done ut Milwaukee
In this space we cannot go
nto detail , but , in a general
way , suggest gloves as an ap
propriate gift. They are re'a-
sonable in price. We have
lined at $ i up to $2.50 , and the
unlined from 5oc to $2.25.
WP. arc undoubtedly head ,
quarters for Men's Neckties ,
Everything that is new you
will find here. Tecks , Four-
in-Hands and Puffs. Every
leading color and shape , and
all at reasonable prices.
5Oc , 75cj $ | , $1.25 , $ | .5O.
All the neckwear in our es
tablishment bears the stamp
of good sewing and neat
Silk Half Hose.
In black only. Three qual
ities. Fast colors.
t f.2S apd $2 apd $2.SO.
This is all linen , full size , fine
cloth , something new in letter
ing , only 250 each ; good value
for 35c. , "
Better grade , finer fabric ,
more elaborate ' f letter , price
35c , or 3 for $ i.
Plain white Japanese silks ,
direct from the loom , a saving
to you ; large variety of sizes ,
hems and cloths. Prices ,
35c : 50 ; , 75c , $1 $ , $125 and $1.50 Each.
and St. 1'aul. Minneapolis expects to turn
out 10,000,000 barrels of flour this year.
Frcislits arc so slow ut San Francisco , there
are six vessels now in berth thuro loading
whc.it OH owners' account.
Growth nnil 1'roipcrlty.
The wonderful growth of Galveston , and
especially that portion known as North Gal
veston , ( lurinf ; the past few years has been
iluo not only to local Improvements und the
natural result of rapid settlement und capital
liberally invested , hut also to the rapid
growth of manufacturing industries which
hero find un unusually profitable Held. Tims
wo find u ouibinatioii of conditions for con-
iintjal crowth th.it is unsurpassed in any
other portion of the country , namely , u genial
.iiid healthful cliin.ito , an industrial growth
cupablo of supporting u largo population and
agricultural attractions that cannot bo ox-
celled. The opportunities uro just as good at
the present time for making money , either
in city property or small fruit farms. The
latter class of farming always results in
largo profits to these who hare been fortu
nate enough to invest.
DTho property of the North Galveston asso
ciation cannot bo otherwise regarded than
us offering splendid inducements alike to
home-seeker und investor. The fullest in
vestigation of this property is cordially In
vited. The association is represented by
Franklin F. Williams , Omaha , Neb. , who
will be happy to furnish all information do-
shed. Tlio address of the general oflleo is :
The North Galveston Ass'n , Box 9W , Minne
apolis , Minn.
< ! < > t an Important Letter.
Chief Detective Haze has n letter in his
possession written by Ed Fitzgerald , the
crook now under arrest ut Junction City ,
Kim. , for burglary , in which the rogue con
fesses to having participated in robbing
Jonasen's jewelry store on Thanksgiving
day and carried away u good portion of the
Constipation cured by DoWitt's Early
i : < l Cro rU'H riinoral.
The funeral of Edwin II. Crowell , which
was to have taken place this afternoon , has
been postponed. A brother of the deceased
now in New Jersey , nskod the body behold un
til his arrival. It is expected that Dr. Crow-
ell will njrlvo cither Saturday night or Sun
day morning ,
Holiday goodsPronzor , jow'r , opp.'p.o.
Analyzing ; the Baking ; Powders : ?
Royal Reported Superior to all others
in Strength and Purity.
. * OFFICE OF CHEMIST OF
IOWA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. >
DES MOINES , MARCH 4 , 1892. )
I have analyzed all the principal brands of baking powders sold
in this State. The results show that the Royal has the highest
leavening power of any powder examined , and is composed of
pure and wholesome ingredients , of a character perfectly proper
rj * . for use. Baking tests with it gave biscuit very light , white , sweet
10.7 U.I ! and wholesome. No other powder gave results so satisfactory.
4.0 FLOYD DAVIS , E. M. , M. Sc. , Ph. D.
, Prof of Chtmtitry Drake Univenily , fowa College rt
Physictant and Surgeons , Dean of Iowa College ef PAar >
lus- " . * " " } ' Chemist of Imva State Board of HtaM , ttc. , tt ( .
tt * , .
H auditor oliiof 3 , 50o.
We consider this handkerchief
he best value ever seen in Omaha
it the price- , fine , even silk ; rich ,
elaborate letters , in fact , a gentle
man's handkerchief. A better
one , extra in quality , in size.hand i
embroidered letters full 22
inches square : l-)4 ) inch hem-
price $1 , value for $1.50 ,
We hive them in both plain
and embroidered , white , plain
and opera shades. Nothing is
more suitable or acceptable than
a pair of nice , silk suspenders.
Prices range from
31 , 81.50 , 82 nnd upwards.
Our assortment has never been
so complete as now.
We can suit you in almost any
quality , any price
Fancy Borders ,
Ncixt p iticrn , mon's slro ,
125c , 163 c , 25c nnd 35c.
A. very beautiful selection in
high grade novelty prints , fine
linen handkerchiefs , solid blue ,
tan , also dots and stripes ; some
thing entirely new ,
White H. S. Handkerchiefs ,
linen , assorted hems-.price
25c , 35c , 50c , 75c and $1.00
Six : for 1.
Good quality , hemstitched , neat
letters ; at this price better be
ARE TTOTJ SUFFERING
HP Chronic ,
If bO , CAUL ON
Dr. Searles & Searles
DR. F. L. SEARLES , Consultlna Physi
cian , GnuluuUi of Kush MeillUiil Collage.
Kor tlio Treatment of
Chronic , Private and Nervous Diseases
MAL13 AND FKMAI.U.
ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES ,
ORGANIC WEAKNESS AND DIS
EASES OF NO MA.TTER HOW
LONG STANDING OR HOW OFTEN
I'lUSS. I'lBTIJLA , KISUIIK , iioriiinnontly curoil
without tlio UBU of knife , llKaiure or cuustlc.
All mnlmllcs of n private or dellcatu nature , of
cither sex , positively cured.
Call on or uddrcsa , with ttauiu for Circulars , I'rco
Uook and HeclpCB ,
nr Qnnrloo 7 C'nnrlao ' ] I3 South 15th Btroot ,
Ul. ooOlieS a otJflllBS , o , , , , , ! , , , ,
Keit Door to I'OBtotllcu.
If j ou luivo Mulurla , 1'lles , Hick Hfiiil-
uclio , CuNtlvo ltu\veU , Dumb Aguu or
If your food does not nssliulliitc ,
v IB ) v iraBiH >
willeuro thuao trnubloii. DOHObnmll.
1'rlcc , i5o. Oflleo. 301'urk Place , N. Y.
Ladies' ' Perfect
Tlio only perfect vnxlnal
nnd rectal Hjringo in the
It Is tlio only Brrlnge or-
cr Invuntrd by wlilcli nul.
mil Injectluni can bo ltd
inlnlxtoit'd Hltliout loak-
Innund vullliiK tlio clotli-
Ini ! or iioccuUntlnK the
iiso of n vuBnol , nnil wlilcli
ran also bo used fur rectal
Injections or Irrlxatlon
bUr-1' UUIIUISll llllMI
AND IIAUD UU111I1CH
Mnll orders nolldtocl.
TheAloe&PenfoldCo , ,
TRr/i &troot ,
NKXT TO I'OHTOKFICU.
1'liynlcluiia' | irutcrl | < lloni
nrcurntolr prepared at
DR. RW. BAILEY
Teeth Filled Without -
out Pain by tlio
Toath Extracted Without Pain or
A Full Se ! of Teelh OD Robber for $5.0) $ ) .
I'crfect lit Kiiorantood. Tocth extractad la the
morning , botr ones Imortod In tlio uvuiiln/uf nauia
goo specluioni of Ilomorabla llrtdze.
Eeoepoclmensof Flexible Klustlc I'ltta.
All nark wurrautud an represented.
Offlco Third Floor Pnxton Block ,
Telephone 1081 , UHli anil Karntin 8t .
Take elcvutor or ( tali-way from ICtb St. outr no8 ,
Reynier , Suede ,
And Glace Gloves.
We arc the exclusive agents
for the city of Omaha. We
heartily recommend them as
the best glove made. Every
pair warranted , Black , street
and reception shades. We
lave them in all si/es.
Suede and Glace ,
$1.75 and $2OO.
$2.25 and $2.50 ,
Black Silk Mittens ,
Double thread ) fancy backs ,
neat patterns , this seasons
goods , fast black , $1.50 and
up to $2.50.
Black Silk Mittens ,
Single thread , crocheted backs ,
best silk , fast colors , ' $ iand
Colored Silk Mittens ,
Navy , wine and red , single
thiead , plain backs , 75C.
Cashmere Mittens ,
Single or double thread , fancy
backs , choice of either , 750.
Beautiful new designs , hand-
pain ted and embroidered , plainer
or bolton cloth ends , knotted
fringe , an immense variety ,
500 to $1.75.
Down Comforts $3.98
French satinc covering , corded
edges , good sizc.j'egular price $5 ,
Large sizes , new designs and
colorings , l)3st ) mohair , plain and
crushed. Ihiying direct from the
mills we save yon the middle
man's profit ,
$4.50 to $15 each.
76x81 inches , all wool , fast
colors , attractive patterns in
squares and blocks ,
$3 to $5 each.
For Christmas gifts : we have
mauy of these gems of blended
Stair Rugs ,
Couch Rugs ,
Stand RUQS ,
ggg Panel Rugs.
Besides the large carpet sizes.
These we offer at our usual low
\\c keep only the best. It is
a practical gift and of moderate
I am going to
move or ) Jan. 15 , SURPRISES
' 93 , to my0Ne\Ar
1 Location on the BETROTHAL
- _ west side of PLEDGES |
16th St. ,
NEW IDEAS |
Under the Comroerclal I FOR CHILDREN I
National Barjk. . in > - !
where you cai ) see tb ® most attractive Jewelry Stars
in the West , after that date.
CHRISTMAS 1 HOWEVER. I am yet at
i MOYELTIESJ 14th & parrjan ) Sts.
mmmaB3 * l BM t
Wr ere I "an ) disposing of my
I BRILLIANT GEMS
| elegant stocK of Je-welry
Fitoni THE ORIENT
in the ) most roodern and ar
"SANTA"CLAUS tistic designs , pirje Watches ,
Silverware and the richest
stocK of old mine Diamonds
and other rare gems at importers' figures , tote
Holiday Customers , previous to removing to my
D.0W. VAN COTT ,
FO ? the VAN COTT JEWELRY TO , OMAHA.
DUlU O THEATER. ,
TODAY ( Saturday ) LAST DAY.
Tue I'lcturesquo and I'heuomuually Succoeiful
Irltli 1'lar ,
Introiluclni ; a suiiorlor company of playcm , Inilud-
BlUe f I vorlt ( < .
Matinee Today NOTE-At the Sat-
at 2:30. : formanoo "Nora"
YmasToys for Christmas Toys
the Children. from the Stage for
uKNuixr : IHISII the children In the
NiKht I'rlcoi Flrit floor. > 3. 73o and Jls 1ml-
cony , 7J > o and tiOo , Miillnoo 1'rleos Klral lloor ,
! XJo and ? . ' )0 | biilcuny , - : > o aiiU Ale ,
NEW i MKimv'
FoiirNlu'liIrt Two Mat I nous , Eoulnnlns Kiuiday
Watliit'o , Olirlstnut ? D.iy. Hou. - ' : > .
THIS PAVOIUTli. OOMKDIANS ,
DONNELLY & GIRARD
MISS AMY AMI2K
And tlin HtroriKtist L'omndy Onuipany Hvcr
Urganl/cd , In tlio I'linnlvBt und
THE NEW NATURAL GAS.
Funnlor and 13otloiThau Ever.
Sale niictiB Hatiirdny ut following prlcos
I'lfbt lloor. Me. 75u uiuf ll.UJ ; llaleony. f.Uu nnrt
7'to. Matlneo 1'rloua I'lrst lloor , 5Ju unit , Tioj
Ilulcony. V5o und 0)0.
Glee , Banjo & Mandolin Clubs.
riiIOiH-25o. : Mo , 72o , $1 anU } 1.5) .
Soils on lalo Wtduosday , December "i , at
FARNAM STREET THKATKll |
Llko Itomc , all rotuls load to tlio HOUSB of
Tlio nomautlo Actor , Mr. FHKD I'JU/TON.
IN Till ! \ Monte Gristo.
Mm ST , TIMTRF. I roi > III'ftW
Llho HiiniuiillHoailj l.'jul to tli IlO u oof BIICOOM.
r > NKIIITcoiiuiHinoliii ; wlih Oi'in ITMAS MAT.
Webster & Brady's ) TII1J HOTTOM
Famous Marino } OF
Bpoctaclo , ) TIIIJ SKA.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Ilurton Ktiinluy Comedy Cuinunoy.
HOP-O'-MY-THUMB , tin. Midget Mau
and an Hour of . | > ocliilllos.
MutliifL'3 , * 'Cui ovunliUH. > . ' 0uu nd 'Ma.
bM.VtUB THE IMS
iiiofiTKAINFn : ami
cral stroiullivantod thuii
Sl'U'lV'l'o0OXVniJN ' diilntH
couul ) . Moftctis l uburclou , fond4
Mmnurvm VOH IIKKATIIK
Homy Inlinlor. IT ! A ulad Hiiri > H o mill tilus <
Oil fl'ilef , iMMBlilATEI.V. ID lllolUlpulohH blllTur-
or. It uuius-KEAIjTjY JHES-Co ls ,
Ciitarrli. Itronclilllc , Aatlmiu ,
"Oxygon Book" and 4 Trys Free \
SPEGIHG OXYGEN CO , ,
Suite f)10 liouly Bldf ? , Omaha.
niTrnTo THOMAS I'MIMIM ON.Wn.
PATEHlivjiv I I Nuii'/r'i ; ( co until Tut
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