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THK AS llKKi.V II KKAl.D: l'LATOMOU HI. NKMIASKA, JaNUaIIY 2fi, 1893.
i i hST.s OA ANIMALS.
THI KNGWLEOCc THEY YIELD IN
Fjf'tA f'niMM'i'iiinu: (In1 liMMv'rlf I)u to
; liilt'lllgfiit VUlm rl ion - lu ItrsiilU Add
to llio Ottuinlirii nf tli? Alfiiit'itl Art.
tint !lurvi.y Worked.
! 1 Iih iliM'iiinn hi tin- rhnri'b I'onri'vHoii
j tlif Miliji it of "L i inii'iiH L'pmi iii
I Animals" the cum spi'tiil' tire n lili li
fiilUm-ril it. liitve imliiriilly It- 1 In miinii iv-
IMMtl of illtl'IVxt ill till! Wlinltt of tllf fllcs-
I tions involvi'il, mill especially in iimi of
tlii'in, on which, in t lie opinion of most
! 'oplp, tin? decision roiuvrnini; (it hern
i bJimiiIi! ili'jM-iul. W'ii ri'fi-r to the fiit-lini
of Hit Hiiiml lii iii'lit to tin; Ii u man met', or
i even to the lower minimis tlicnisclvc,
i trliifh these xpfiimciit.H hnve Ih-cii t!ie
menu of ciitifiTi nitf, mill we propose to hct
' forth Mitiie of these lienelin in a niHinicr
i tfllrulntcil to lie ilili'llixililt' to nonmedical
The won! 'Vxporimt'iitiitloii on living
j aiilnmls" cover 11 very wide r.MK'e of proce
I nre, anil it. mny therefore lie ilesliahle, in
j the first phfe, tiiattcniit toclasify experi
: airtitAl work with referent: to Iih nature
I nil objects. Kxpi't itiielits lire performed:
A nn orderly series. Intended toa.seer
, tain the fiini'tioiiH of oratifioriiseiiihlaeit
i tif i.TKMiitt in the li 11 1 mi ii or animal body.
; Am (letHi hed prmeeilillKS, inl ended to tie
' cide Home hinuletpteKtioiiHwIiich mayariso
rinrl iik tho course of nn Illness or in tht)
I )m.Kren of a medit o-lenal investigation,
' uch a question, for exiimple, an the jinie
i lieahility and npplienhility of a proposed
! Bierati(in or t lie tint nre of a poison which
j defies chemical analysis,
i Kither HitiKly or In series, for the purposn
; f ascertaining the initial and ultimate
action of Home di'iitf upon the hninan or
Kuisin, wit.li the view either of testing iu
tnlue lis n remedial nut-nt or of KUurditiK,
liy antidotu or otherwise, against, its in j u
Inoculation nnd feed in if experiments, in
tended to Identify the speciHc mlcrolio of
ome disease and to ascertain whether,
ami if no, in what decree, its virulence in
capable of belm dest royed or mitigated by
cultivation or other circumstances.
Itesides the experiments wliich f ill under
one or other of the foreoiti(t groups there
nay be others which it would bu diiricult
lorliuwify, but the groups nerve to in
clude the greater titiniher, and each will
furnish Illustrations of valuable, results
which could probably have been attained
hi no other manner.
As a conspicuous example of the first
group we may recall to mind tho experi
ment of Or. William Harvey by which ho
discovered tliH circulation of the hlotid.
1'here may be thousands of educated pco
fie to whom this phrase is a phrase and
Birthing more. Hut the work of Harvey
bears about the saute relation to thesuW
dent progress of medicine as that of (ial
lli to the tibhe(Ueiit progress of astron
omy. To the physician of the present day the
ignorance of animal function which pre
vailed before Harvey, nnd which his dis
coveries nerved in time to dispel, can
ncarcely he realized by any efTort of the
imagination, and it would be impossible
to conceive of any progress In physiology
I nr of any progress in medicine which could
i have been made prior to the completion of
; his wotk. Kvery portion of that work,
j from its conmienci'tnisnt to its close, was
accomplished anil establlslied by experi
ments upon livinipitiimuls, and could have
been accomplished in no other way. The
Vina placed t he deer of the royal parks at
Harvey's disposal for this special purpose,
nd cntne hiniHelf to witness the experi
ments as noon ux tho results were auf
Tlie work which Harvey accomplished
(or the benefit of all future generations of
(be human race has been tio fruitful that
It is scarcely possible to point toany sttlise-
quent Uisi'overy in physiohwy or in inedi
tine which has not more or less directly
followed from it.
In order to discover a second exMmple of
the kind of experimentation which we have
placed in the lirat irroup we mav Mass from
ihe circulatory to tho nervous system,
which will furnish us with an instance at
faast as remarkable and at least as strong
m mat which lias beeu already dealt with.
To take a third example from the bame
KToup, Dr. Hope's experiments on living
animals cleared up much which had Is fore
tx'enuoubtful reuanliitK heurtdisease. not
withstandiiiK bedside excrienee and post
mortem examinations, and have enabled
physicians ever since to detect the earliest
Indications of cardiac chamjes and correct
ly to appreciate the souuds which are sii.
hi (leant of Improvement or of deterioration.
Proceeding totliesecoud group, an ex
cellent example of them is furnished by
the experiments preliminary to John Hun
ter's operat ions for t lie cure of aneurism, or
to von uraere s operation for the. eure of
glaucoma. 1 he results obtained bv ex
periiuenls on the ligation of arteries, from
Uietimeof Hunter onward, have led to a
rery great anil constantly increiwing sav
lug of human life.
The third (roup embraces a very largu
number of experiments, tlte details of
which would mostly be unintelligible to
aouuieuical persons, hut which have served
to establish the action of some medica
tent. The fourth group includes the so called
"inoculation" and "feeding" experiments,
which have been extensively performed iu
connection with modern bacteriology, aud
the main features of which have become
widely known. It has Iteen established bv
these that the active cause of many forms
or Ulsease Is a Hpccial microlie, and that in
ome instances this microbe may lie culti
vated or reared in nuch a manner as to
diminish the virulence of its effects, so
that it will confer, wheu introduced into
the body of a man or an animal, immunity
from a severe disease by the pitHlucliou of
aiuildone. The effect of inoculation ex
periments has been to identify the several
microbes of many diseases, to prove that
they are the causes of these diseases, to
test the degree in which their effects may
bediminished by cultivation, anilthede
gree in which these diminished effects will
chord protection against inoculation, acci
dental or designed, with the more ofdimiry
forms. Lotidou Times.
Two of a Kind.
A woman in the western part of tho
uate wants to have her pastor dismissed
nn the ground that he rides a bicycle and
itudied medicine iu his earliest years,
which suggests the story of the woman
who wrote the following uote to the teuch
"l'leas don't teche my Mary Jane any
fiaiology. I don't want her to know about
ker iunurds." New York Tribune.
Mrs. Uiikins What a commanding pre
see that tidy has!
Mr. Bilklus Ys, I guess she's married.
New York fcVeelly.
Men I ssiti'- Yiirir I.Mrs in title Nilitiide
Ih roan r-.v.-T.;i..:!y n social 11111111111? Tho
' ,y s 1. i. 1 . t i" liiountiiil.S
jf ( tl im ii'u jiln.ust etiuu.,li I
1111 n '. .ry-'i'.vs !. .0 h J 11 life of lit
ti t ...... - t ihspmve tlio getii'i;i!izii-
t in. Tli"' ir, i':::i,:in lienntts can bu
lurti'l M af.cred l!:f.iuj;h t'.m Sierr.1.1 and !
tlli' Co ! ; I'.tli;;i' i'i.il.i dill.' end of tlie ht;itc
t 'ie i-t'ii r. Ti.'ey ar. p;.i licul.tily mi
tin riitt.i tlniin;,'!i t!:ts rcsiimi, cnx v'ui'i
iilmi't ';o Yus"tniii! valley mid rtciid
ii i;' I' .i' .li U it. to Vt i! l:i,;ll Siernis, Solnii
of tin m wi n' om e guides in tiio valh y
others Imve been li im ; s, and wuini
tiMitt seem to have l,u;, ii Ui tho lilt; of
siilitudc Minply hir.iusc tli ' y lncj it.
lu this 1 lass beliiiis old i It, (iibsou
Old (iil," as hi; is Ki'iier.illv called
Klio lives :m :t mountain ranch. Iio t
(icvoiitr-f'tvo yean old, but is tiiiHsesscilot
tis litiich ;iysiciilstri'iigt!iaiidctiiiiir;inc8
as the nvi :,:i;;i; matt nf half hisue. llii
I'atiii' tlii' .y years ho (rotu Tciiiiessi e,
whero ho l':it a wifo nnd a largo family
of children. Ono of his suns catim v set
him r,r iitly itnd tried to induce) him to
viait his former luuiii!, but "Old Oil'
sti'iiill'n.stlv lei'.lsi'd to lcavo I; in litil
rmich and hol.tary cttbin. Ho has ncvui
si en u railro-nl, and tho sta;:c drivers
trotn llm iicftrest station try their ultnost
to iier.su.ulo him to go to town and ut
lca:.t look at n truiti of fats. Hut Lis in
variably utiswt r iu: "Do you think I'm
going down there to lio Mowed up by
one of thi iii tlicru MamcJ engines? Nut
Kcttrly all tho nicn w ho livo this life
of Rolitudi; Very long get It bit queer ill
the bead, unit "Old Oili U no i'ci piiuit
to tin; rule. He has n riinaroh; de. t t ii
tioti of liiniftcll' which uY-i'laivH that hu is
"llu; best limn in tho United Slates ot
adjoining territories, til her directly m
indirectly, financially, coniniercially, cc
( h siiistictilly or uiu hnrchified." Tho old
tnnn is a hard worker, nnd wlion ho is
not busy on his ranch ho is working
i-ii(T;;i'tically inukiti "Kliakes" that is,
clapboards ;ilit and sawed by hand from
big pino trirs.
Old man Lambert, who hits a cabin in
the lii;;h Kh'tTiis Rome thirty miles back
of tho Viisciiiitc, is mint her of tho niouti
tain hermits, llu has neither ranch nor
mining claim, but lives by what ho
shoot h ami Ly uu occasional few dollars
earned from camping parties. Ho han
lived alone in that muni) spot for yearn
nnd years, nnd will in nil likelihood' stay
thcro until ho dies. Tluiro are month
lit a tinio that he docs not nee another
human being. A party of campers one
hummer found him making a hugo stone,
wall that Hccnied to havo no put-imse
whatever. In surprise they ttslted him
what ho was piling up those stones for.
" Why," ho said, "a man's got to do
Honii'thing, mi here alone, or he'll go
wrong, sure, Lor. Augusta iUa.)Chrun
Sclionlinir at Twenty Dollar! Year.
However moderate tlu expenses of a
student or tno present time may bo they
can hardly retch tho extremelv tiuxh -it
sum which auhiced for Jean Marniontcl,
a-1 reach jaa't, during tho reign of Louh
XV, for a years schooling. In his
"Memoirs" he speaka of his Bi-hool life
I was lodged, as was tho custom of
the school, with livo other Miolarsat
the houso f an honest mechanic.
My provisions fur a week consisted
of a large loaf of rve hnnd. a littlu
cheese, a piece of bacou and two orthreo
I ounus or beer. My mother had added
to them a dozen annles.
This was the weekly provision of tha
utw ten Bciioiar ot tho sc hmiI. Thn 111 s.
tress of the house, cooked for us, and for
her trouble, her tire, her lamp, her beds
her houst room, including even the vege
table of her little garden which shn used
for our soup, each of lis gave her twelve
lence haltpcnny a month.
Kech-omiig everything except my
clothes, 1 cost my father Ix-twecn four
and five pounds a year. This was much
to him and an cxpenso of which I was
ery anxious to see htm relieved.
Clow It Feels to lie In a Rnllwuy Wreck.
"A man who lias never been in a
wreck woulilu't believe how loner it takes
tor the cars to uet throuuh piling up,
said another. "After tho first eras
thero is a rebound clear to tho hack of
the train, and theti the whole thing takes
another lune, something gives way, and
lliavbo three or four inorn ears telesi'iir.o
Then there's another jerk backward and
another lunge, and it (teems us if the
crocking ami groaning and tumblin
Keep on for live minutes. When a man
is mixed up with the trucks under the
wiiote stack it fceems like an hour.
"Make it an hour aud a half." said nn
cx-brakeman as he scratched his no.su
with the only clawlike finger remaining
at the end of 11 twisted and shriveled
stump of a hand. The crowd knew how
be had been dug out with a derrick and
laughed at tho joke.-Chicago News
Record. KhiR'a Dauitlilrrii In Turkey.
(Smyrna. Turkey, has an active circle
of King s Daughters engaged in the prac
tical charitable work for which this or
der is noted, liy sewing, embroidering,
scrubbing Uoors, blackening shoes, or
any Work for which money would be
paid, they have distributed rice and coal
imiong tlio poor, visited the sick, edu
cated children, provided medicines, paid
rents and done other similar acts of
charity. On holidays they divide into
committees for the purpose of decorating
the rooms where joor families live aud
providing small remembrances for the
children. New Yolk Sun.
Never lli s.U CrltlcUm.
Mr. Kmtley, the eminent baritone, de
clares that since I Nil ho has rarely read
a criticism that lias been passed upon his
singing. In that year he wa.s taken
severely to task for a iierforniatico at the
Birmingham festival, and the renmrksof
the caustic critic so affected him that he
determined to read no more criticisms.
If other performers, distinguished and
not distinguished, would follow this ex
nmple, what heartburnings would be
savll London Tit-Bits.
AT THE BABY'S BEDTIME.
Tht Is Uiliy'n Is iltieie:
My lit Lit- line kiuiis r.i me
In l...r ...)' hi uUhiuown
And kneels down at lej knee.
An 1 I t.mey a sui-.-l chtl.l ui.kcI
i for u 1 inn; my i:u -l
As -he r.i- I. H little ,iayersov-r
W ith ii. r hale.-, ilium I, or tii'.4L.
"Nmv I lay inc." she Mlii-inm
la Imf M il ... ".inv. 11 lu !-;:--i.
J prii) 1 1 1 1 l.oiil"- anil 1 in; blneeyes
liull' i' o-e "ley s.ttd to keep.
If 1 .-.liouiil die"- oh, tin- Miner
At my In-ill 1! "Is lore I wake,
1 pray tlie l.oid"- and ll.e eelids
Droop low "my biiul lu lake."
'Mien I lilt tip tin- llt'leiine, chLiinu
llercliM' to my liiviic heart,
Anil Kive In 1 v. i.rin, kh.1 iiihi kis-ti
'Jill tin' 1 io-,eii lids Ineuk lt;irt
As the leaves do. Milium a flower.
And ti e 1., I. -is of lu 1 e.,c 1
Look up in tin ir diort sy la.-nioii
Anil amile at me iiuki I wim;.
"IjikhI nielli," sli l,iiers uiennflly
And hlei-pily, with a kis
That lin:;. r.-i uilli me in slumlsT,
And Mils my heart Willi hli.-.s.
As I think nl I In-1,11 le one dn .inilnij
With her he.nl utiiilnst tny lilea.it,
Till my sleeii Is as :'nll of rapture
As her diuuiniuu '3 rest.
- KIm-ii E. Ili-xfuid.
A Strunge. lleutli.
Thomits Odcll, a yoiiiig man of twenty-two
years, living seven miles back of
Ureetiup, Ky., bus met death in a strange
maimer, llo bud been a puzzle to phy
sicians lor several years, lie vas nlTectui
by what he ate to such an extent that
when he indulged in beef eating about
uu hour afterward ho would become
restless and wander out iu search of
cattle and bellow as an ox, and would
get down oil his hands and knees and
at grass like a cow. When ho partook
of mutton his actions were tho:-o of a
sheep, ami lie would plaintively bleat
like a lamb. When lie ate chicken he
would go out and scratch for worms,
w hich lie would devour with apparent
After eating fish he would wander to
tho creek and go in swimming. One day
his father killed several squirrels, of
which tho son ate heartily for dinner.
Ho left tho house shortly niter and was
followed by tho father. Tho father saw
him enter an oak grove, and soon saw
his son jumping nimbly from limb to
limb, at the same time burking like a
sifiurrcl. lie called for him to come
down, but this only seemed to make tlio
boy want to escape, and ho attempted to
jump from ono tree to another, but
missed aud fell to the ground, a man
gled, breathless mass of humanity, nnd
expired in less titan livo minutes. At
A Military Humlkereliler.
Permission for soldiers to carry pocket
handkerchiefs will now probably be
given, for 1 see the war office authorities
havo sanctioned a military handkerchief
being patented by Lieutenant Colonel
On this handkerchief is printed all
sorts of useful information concerning
the uso aud construction of the Lee-Met-ford
rifle, tho alphabet used by army
signalers, general rules to le observed in
any position in wliich a soldier may find
himself on campaign, the vurious buglo
calls and other things, many of which
are so nicely illustrated that it would be
a thousand pities to uo it iu the manner
naturally prompted by a cutting "nor'
caster." Leeds Mercury.
lu a Itallruuil Wreck.
"Say, these things are mighty funny
afterward," said the baggageman, "but
when they happen it's nothing to laugh
about. Winn we bumped into that
freight just out of Chicago three years
ago I was sitting back in tho car cheefc
ing up. It threw me down and then I
started to craw 1 for the back door. The
tender telescoped and came through at
mo. It didn't stop till I was within four
feet of the back of the car, and I sat there
waiting for it to catch me. I remember
it had 'iHV in red figures, and as it came
griudin through at me every figure
looked ten feet high. When it stopja d
I could reach out aud touch it. "Chicago
A fteautirul Toast.
On a grand day in the old chivalriu
times, when the lady of each knightly
heart was pledged by name, when it
came to St. Leon's turn he lifted tlio
sparkling cup on high and gave them
this: "1 drink to one," ho said, "whose
imago never may depart, deep carven ou
the human heart, till memory is dead."
With that ho paused as if he would not
breathe her namo in careless mood thus
lightly to another, then bent his noble
head as thoiiKh to give that word tlie
reverence due, and gently said "my
mother!" London Tit-Bits.
FtiRlish l aw anil Hidden Treamire.
It may lc some encouragement to Eng
lish treasure seekers, if any such there
be in these enlightened days, to know
that the laws of treasure trove only ap
ply to such ay is discovered by accident.
Treasure discovered by systematic search
would not come within this description,
neither would finds discovered by asti-o-logical
or cabalistic sciences or by the po
tent influence of tho divining rod. All
the Year Hound.
A gentleman pirformed the cleter
feat at a Liruiinltani Shakesiearo chb
of proposing tho toast of the poet's
memory for nineteen years without f
peating himself a feat which most of
us will euvy.
A Kansas City man swallowed a door
key early one morning. The TrenUn
(Mo.) Tribune says anyone who mis
takes his mouth for a keyhole should
reform at once.
The Temple of Diana at liphests
which was about 1111 even hundred yen s
in building, was 4"ii) feet to the first 6u.
port of the roof. j -
Of traditions of buried treasure it
tachingto the sites of Kotnan camps alid
deserted cities there are plenty still to be
Greek women wore the chiton,-a
sleeveless garment, and over it a shaVl
formed of a fcrunre piece of woohn
THE JOY OF LIVING.
T would not low the Joy of having dwelt
t 'tioa ibis earth: the wondrous pft of mind.
The imiver of thinking, skinny with mankind
Its holies and fears, which have been freely
To all. To know, to suffer, to have felt.
To love. Is lite. Whate'er limy He behind.
Westriiu'irluonwiril, wornand faintund blind.
Put should the ibirkness lillo sunri-o lllelt.
And earth's dear insuthclenry recoil
Into tho broader, deeier hope which (tleaiuf-d,
Shall wo not triumph that throuuhiiiit the toil
And warfare of our present life we deemed
That evil was but lui-sMitf, faith a foil
To kuowlodi;ij,8o transcundini; all wedreamed?
-I). SI. ISruce.
Tlie Sail Not VunUlilng.
There Is a Kreat deal said from time to
time about thetleclitio of the sailing ship
and the near prospect of her total disap
pearance off the seas. ISut, in point of
fact, there never were such a lare
number of tine sailing vessels, both afloat
and ImildiiiK in our yards, as the British
merchant service boasts to day. As our
colonies t hrive and increase for with them
our chief ocean intercourse lies so must
the demand for shipping necessarily be
come greater, and there will always exist
many branches of commerce in Vhich sail
ing ships may be far more profitably em
ployed than steamers. '
New Zealand annually gives work to a
very lart?e licet of clippers, outside the
regular liners, in currying the frozen car
cases of sheep to the Kuropcaa market,
the wheat trade of California employs
every seasou many thousands of tons of
our shipping; the wool exports from Aus
tralia, the jute traffic of India aud the
slowly expanding industries of the South
American seaboards, are all trades which
still give more work to sail than to steam.
The sailiiu; ship wiil never again carry
passengers; but so long as coal at an aver
age of a pound a ton remains a condition of
the em ploy men), of the steamer, so long is
the clipper ship likely to go 011 flourishing
in those trades here prompt dispatch Is
not a matter of the very first moment.
Herbert Russell in English Illustrated
A Mimical Cat.
There Is a young lady otj Capitol hill
who has a musical cat. After nearly a year
of hard work on the feline musician she
says It can sing the liest portion of two
well known songs, "Home, Sweet Home"
and "Auld Lang Syne," but without the
usual variations When this young lady
wants pussy to sing she puts her on a vel
vet footstool 11 nd commands, "Push, sing
'Home, Sweet Home,'" at the same time
humming the air. Pussy always responds,
singing the desired tune in a rather high
falsetto voice, a little broken, but sufll
cient ly well to be recoguized by the hearers.
Sometimes when this cat is out on a
moonlight expedition her voice can be
heard above those of her companions iu
the feline outdoor back fence concert, ring
ing cut "Auld Ijitig Syne" or "Home,
Sweet Home." Tho young lady does nut
want her name mentioned for fear she
will Ih; besieged by freak collectors or dime
museum proprietors, who want to buy,
beg, borrow or steal her musical pet.
Kefrartlve Tower of the Ruby.
The primitive form of the spinel ruby is
like that of the diamond, eight sided,
which distinguishes it at once from the
oriental stone. The color of the genuine
ruby is that of the arterial blood, or
pigeon's blood, as it is called. It is ex
tremely hard, and after the sapphire is
the hardest of the coruudums, which ren
ders it difficult to understand why the earth
so rarely gives it up. lis tint Is as beautl
ful by artificial light as by day, and its
powers of refract iou so great that ancient
belief credited it with power of emitting
light. The ancients even supposed that it
would shine through clothing with un
diminished power. Jewelers' Ueview.
iapiiiusiM-came popular in r ranee sooner
than in England. At one time it was cus
tomary at great French dinners to change
the napkins at every course, to perfumi
them with rosewater and to have them
folded a different way for each guest.
School teachers at Topeka, Kan., are not
allowed to keep pupils more than thirty
minutes after school, but some of them
evade the rule by detaining them half au
hour each for two days as punishment for
Pillows of feather are objectionable.
While they furnish the needed support for
the bead tin y nre too heating, as they
have a remarkable capacity for holding
and accumulating heat.
The family drug store should be kept
well stocked, for it may contain something
which shall prove to be invaluable in re
levitig the sufferer before the doctor could
lie summoned. ,
the weak, nervous or ailing w oman
who takes Dr. Tierce's Favorite
Proscription. It's a medicine that's
guaranteed to help her. It's an in
yigoratin.tr, restorative tonic, sooth
ing cordial and bracing nervine
and a certain eure for all the func
tional derangements, painful disor
ders or chrouiri weaknesses that
affect women. For ulcerations, dis
placements, bearing-down sensations,
everything that's known as a "fe
male complaint," it's an unfailing
remedy. It's a peculiar one, too.
Peculiar in composition, peculiar in
its cures, and peculiar iu the way
it's sold. It's yuarnnhed to give
satisfaction, in every case, or the
money is refunded. You pay only
for the good you get.
It's the big, old fashioned pill
that makes the most disturbance
hut it's one of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets that does the most good.
Mild and gentle, but thorough and
effective the smallest, cheapest and
easiest to take. They cleanse and
regulate the liver, 6tomacb autl
I W SHOES, f
WM. HEROLD I SON.
This i the Largest
ever Received in
f EVERY STYLE
ior humanity from
I SACRIFICE SALE
ofLadies Jackets the
J CALL - IN - AND - EXAMINE.
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THE LEADING HARDWARE
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KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
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AND OILS. DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIKS AND I'UKE LIQUORS.
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ON A DOLLAR.
One Shipment of Shoes
thin city consisting of
OF SHOES MADE,
infancy to old age.
llalance of the Month.
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