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ft House Full of Rousing Furniture Bargain This Month
Dining Tables, Buffets
Sideboards, China Clo
aets and everything in
stock marked in big
plain Ugares on a large
green tag at prices
that will make you
stop and think.
JAWING to the recent financial trouble, we have not had the trade
w& we expected. For that reason we started the holiday season
with the greatest bargain sale of high grade furniture ever
known in Columbus. We have to make room for goods already pur
chased nd arriving every d.iy. Every arttcler marked with a large
Green Tag, showing you in plain figures the exceptional bargains we
A Large Selection 0 Leather Couches
Ed Wallaoe of Fallerton, a
tad-at nade a pkasaat call
Mia Leaa EneiaoB, Mws Saaie Nie
aoller, aad Will Suttoa visited atT their
keaM ia Maaroe over Sonday.
Miai LoaiseEohola, Eleanor Baache,
of ColBBtbaa, aad Frank Peters of Gitw
boa, are taking up the tenographic
Fref Oaraahan kaa foaadit acceawry
wiag to tke large atteadaaoe, to divide
the aook-keepiBg aad peaaMaahip ckea
ea iato two dirieioaa eaeb.
Mite lffgie Murie reatered the col
lage Moaday after ao iUaeaa at tw
weaka. Her Brother Joan Marie, ex
pacta to be able to re-eater aoon.
Mr. Plage, manager of the Uaderwoud
Typewriter Co, of Omaha, wae a pleas
ant caller at the college office laat 8at-
mrdsy. Mr. Plage gsre the ateoograph
ie arradaatiac claas the test wnicn ie
girea ia the Uaderwood oSoe at Oma
ha, and we are pleased to state that the
atadeata had no dinVmlty in pajwing the
. ThafolIowiBgstndeBta have enrolled
at the Oolambaa Coaisoercial College
- the past week, taking np the bneiaeK
coarse: Ohria aad Henry Voight, St.
Edward,OUranoe Ballon, Columbus, Les
ter Belford, Colambaa, Ed'Donahae,
Platte Osater, George Hegaman, Oolum
bna, Louis Uenggler, Columbus, Esail
Mueller, Oolambaa, CL J Mason, Colnm
haa. Max Gottberg, Columbus, John and
Will Neifeler, Oolambas. Julia Badt.
jr, Oolambaa. CarlBeins, PUtteOenter,
Laaia Wardeman, Columbus.
Baal Batata Transfers.
Beeher, Hoekenberger k Chambers
real estate agents, report the following
x real estate transfers filed for record in
the oSoe of the ooanty clerk during the
week ending Dec. 7th 1907.
JS.ColaihM. qcd 115 00
Manas Wiaiaor to CKMcGsbe,S aw4
eC lsV2 Wm wd... .. M80 eu
CWHeUiashedtalto JCBod et
al,sMdaw4of2S.17-Sw,wd, 7509 60
JMDisMatoKnt National Beak of
Oohiih.swaw5aads bo of S-17.1
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eWrbiUiBSetaJ to bm M Bmd-
haw. Hs7sad 8 in blk 7 of Phillip
aiateCstanhan, wd, Ms SB
mUkS.TanoT 57 0
K D Milnliispi tF A MAtbenwr, wl
aa4af M7-4 wwd .' 53
JsaaaaeppB, to John Kosppe. nr
M4of4JS4wMwd MSB 40
GFBaaamaatoSPBwiaa.loU 12.U ,
aaa U ia block 5, Crastom. NebrM wd. MOBS 08
Gas QWtnWjr.. to Myrtle L Swain, w
SKSnadlntOia blk 2 of aaiitas add
Oihiihni.wd.....'. M0 60
IB) 194 50
Wa have a large stock of coal. Rook
Maitlaad, Zeigler, Trenton,
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in lamp aad ant. Also Peana. hard
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SOUTH OF TRAGUS
FEARED FOR NIECE'S FUTURE.
Bant ef ChUsTa
"I hate to think it," grimly said
Uncle Tlmrod Tottan, "bat I am
mlghUly afraid my Uttle l-year-old
alece, Lnella, la going to caase a great
deal of worry and anhapplaeaa in the
world when she gorws ap.M "What
makes ye tklak so?" asked oM 8nire
Belcher, who had come over to horror
a whinletree. "She seems to he a real
nice, thonghtfal, good-tempered child
now." "Wen," was the explanation,
"t'other day. oar gray gander got
tangled ap in a dlacasslon with the
shepherd pap, and when the fracas
was over there was akareely a feathei
left on the fowL And Uttle Lnella
took aad dyked him oat tat a pair ot
draw paatalooas aad a calm slip,
I mean of white cloth sewed by her
own fair hands. And, somehow, I can't
help fearing that when she attains
an appropriate age aha will wear nose
glasses aad several doahle-chlas, and
go crasadiag agalast all the common
aad animportaat Indellcaciea that ha-
fiesh is heir to." Exchange.
Violin am a Hah Restorer.
It is now a scientifically proved fact
that music exercises a great influence
on the growth of the hair. It ia with
good reason that great masldans,
sach aa Pagaaiai.'LIsts aad Paderew
ski. are represented with a growth ot
hair which Absalom . might have en
vied. Science has proved that stringed
instruments have a favorable influence
on the growth of the hair, while bras
instruments act in the opposite direc
tion. Every one has probably ob
served that a bald violinist is as rare
as a bald horn player is common.
Wood instruments, sach aa the flute,
seem to have no pronounced inflaeaca
The Catting Retort.
Ton don't have to brag of success,"
declared the big woman when she
had listened to the little woman's ac
count of how well she was doiag with
her work; "It shows for Itself." "And
yoa doa't have to tell outright of the
decliae of success eace yoa have
successful," remarked the little
aa, who had listened first to the big
woman's talk; "it shows In the bitter
ness with which yoa complain of ex
Making It Plain. -.
Little Rastus But Ah karat ondah
stan' boat de yarth an' de sun. Uacle
Mose Lemme 'splain hit ter yoa' all.
Now a'poaea dis lantern am de sun.
an' man haid am de yarth. Ah swings
de lantern roun' an' ran 'an' it done
shed light oa de iahabitanta of man
haid. Now does yo' ondahstan'?
The Dummy In the Clsuds.
She had been invited to join n bal
looning party. "How many are going
up?" she asked. "Three," they told
her. She looked disappointed. "What
ia wrong?" they aaked her. "If there
were four," she answered "we could
play bridge." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Our Big ,:
Music Cabinets, ladies'
Desks, Parlor Goods,
Parlor Tables, etc., at
prices that is sure to
WHEN BABY LEARNED TO WALK.
Father Wanted ta Start Him at Once
an Careei' ef Ussfuli
"Children seem to be considered a
nuisance among the rich nowadays,"
remarked a well known business man
who has a large family, "and to the
poor they are a luxury, so between the
two extremes it ia a little surprising
that the infant population keeps np to
its record. In the olden days it was
different. Every man and every worn
aa believed it a duty to their (Sod and
to their country to raise a large fam
ily, and they fulfilled the obligation
with' a good grace. But times have
changed. The moneyed man of to-day
has no time for children. He has his
business to look after, and his rents
to collect, while his wife is continu
ally on the go with social engagements
and appointments with her modiste.
So the stork Is left to shiver in the
cold. But the poor man is, sometimes
as guilty as the rich In this matter. He
has a family of children, bat he has
no time for them. I heard this illus
trated by a little story the other day.
A working man who Uvea in one of the
poorer districts of the city has aeven
children, the youngest of whom re
cently graduated from the creeping
stage of Its existence. The father was
sitting in the kitchen when he heard
the voice of one of htf daughters who
was ia another room. 'Papa,' she said,
'the baby can walk.' 'Can he? Well,
send him around the corner for a pint,'
replied the parent, and resumed his
reading.' N. T. Press.
GIFTED WITH STRANGE POWERS.
Lawyer Objected' to
At a term of the circuit court in
Ohio not long ago a "horse case" was
oa trial, aad a well-known "horseman"
waa called aa a witness. "Well, sir,
yoH saw this horse?" asked counsel
for the defendant. "Yes, sir; I
"What did you dor "I Just opened
his mouth to find out how old he was;
an' I says to him, I says, 'Old sport,
I guess you're pretty good yet.'" At
this juncture' counsel for the opposing
side entered a violent objection.
"Stop!" he cried. "Tour honor. I ob
ject to any conversation carried on be
tween the witness and the horse when
the plaintiff waa not preseat! Har
Mianr'n Pneulinr Will.
I William John Watson emigrated a
half century ago from Portadown.
County Armagh, Ireland, to .Australia,
where he made a fortune of over 19,.
aa. A few yeara ago he returned to
his native town and has since lived
the life of a -miser in a small three
roomed houses where he was found
dead several days ago.- By his will he
leavea the whole of his property to
Portadown, for the purpose of provid
ing healthy recreation for the people,
but he bars football or race rowing.
The will further provides that the
urban council shall, out of the Inter
est, have a dinner every five years,
the expense not to exceed 1 per
head. At each of these dinners the will
la to be read publicly.
. Interaatina Use ef
A vary interesting use for producer
u nude in a factory in Jersey
City, where tempering of metal to he
made iato curtain apriags Ja aacceas
fally and economkajly dona with its
Coke fires were formerly util-
laed for the purpose, hut the temper
atare varied to such an. extent that
a great deal of the material was
spoiled. With producer gas am abeo
lately constant temperature ia se
cured and tk work u eoae in a snore
cleanly ataaaer. with no possibility ot
error aa to the degree oCheat Con
seanently the waste heretofore aav
haa been redaced to a
aad the Quality of the prod
act la absolately uniform.
It in aaM that aoma diamoada mill
ahtne by their own light when placed
hi a dark room. Prof. Crookea, 1
London, says that when diamonds are
of electricity, they aalne with
diffarant eotored heats. He has seen
aHght Was, pale Mus, aari
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"Mfrwel Owlt r eMlM OT VaW
w"pbS T vMiy i
ri Tm'nat ao aure" bbeetred the doe
torrraSectlrely, aa he watched the
snaoka carl ap ward-from hts cigar,
"that wa Ametkans are not neglecting
one of the most teportant of the arts
-the art, of aukiag friends. It
woukbi'tdo mnyhady a bit of harm to
take half an hear off and sit down to
go over the sceseioaa to hia friends
wtthin'tne past year or ao. Incident
ally, he jaight rafiect on what he has
done in' the way of Keeping up old
friendships. It seema to me that peo
ple drift apart very quickly nowadays.
AbaorptloB In business la one factor
making for this and;' another la the
growing disJacTlasttoa to keepup any
aort of correspondence, and a third la
a tendency, increasing aa the years
go by, to let one'a personal interest
become more centered. All of these
things miMtate against the making of
new frienda. aa well aa-helping to
looaen the bonda holding the old ones.
The fault," he concluded, "isn't In the
people whom we meet; it's in our
selves; and wa might aa well realise
It Let us look for Ikable qualities,
and not the reverse. There la such a
thing aa being too caattous about oar
acaualatances. and' thus shutting our
selves off from much pleasure and
QUEER NAMES USED IN CHINA.
Much the Same Idea aa That ef
Narth American Indian.
"We Chinese," said the law student,
"give our children queer names. Our
girls, for instance v are not called
Mabel, Jenny or Matilda, but .Cloudy
Moon, Celestial Happiness, Spring
Peach or Casket of Perfumes. Out
boys get less delidona names. Boys
are made for work and wisdom, rather
than for dancing and pleasure, aad
their names show this, aa Practical
Industry, Ancestral Knowledge, Com
plete Virtue, Ancestral Piety, Discreet
Valor. To our alavea we give still an
other net of names. Tea, those dear,
pathetic Uttle alavea of oara, some
sirls. some boys, who do n hundred
various little tasks about the house,
these lowly creatares have names like
Not For Me. Joy to Serve. Tour Hap
piness and Humble' Devotion."
Users of the telephone are becom
ing ao numerous that it is not surpris
ing to lad one installed in almost
every home, but It did seem rather an
up-to-date affair for a negress to have
one in the back room that comprised
her "apartments." A woman who
wanted aa extra bit of washing done
in a hurry had goae Into the small al
ley in search of her. "O, Miss
Brown," said the washerwoman, "you
needn't to have come clear down here
for me. I've got a telephone." And,
sure enough, there sat one beside her
tubs. The astonished patron said:
"Bat Ussie, I though yon didn't wash
for bat three persons; do you need a
telephoaer "Well. Miss Brown," said
Lixxie, modestly. "1 ain't got but three
women to wash" for, but I got a pret
ty daaghter." Philadelphia Record.
The Face and the Emotions.
Habjtual worry' shows itself in the
action of the facial nerve the nerve
of expression, as anatomists call it
producing lines which In course of
time become permanent. The same
Is true of many other emotions and
states of mind; and those which are
dominant in the life of the individual
will ere long produce permanent
changes in the face. The secret of the
beauty which age cannot wither ta to
possess a beautiful mind, chla-strapa
and depilatories and electricity and
massage and cosmetics are poor make
shifts compared with this.
Family Ufa in France.
Modern France 4a the stronghold of
the family system. See a French fam
ily at dinner in a restaurant or. for
that matter, at home. You will never
see n gayer, livelier funetton. There
la such a frank and unassumed sense
of community abevt the whole thing.
The boys adore their mother, the girls
their father, the parents take such
a whole-hearted delight la their child
ren, and the children are so happy
and respectful. It Is a sight of which
every Frenchman, may be proud.
-Cash" and Demeetlc R
That money is the "root of all evil"
Is a maxim we all learned in our copy
book days. And M per cent of newly
made wives discover to their astonish
ment that money worries, disputes
ver bills, aad accusattoaa of "ex
travagance" against the lady of the
house are at the Jsottom of the clouds
and thunder storms which rouse the
hoaeymooners to the fact that "life Is
Teal, life la earnest," and not an un
ending chapter of connubial' bliss,
courting aad kisses.
An Uninanertant Matter.
' Reporter Was the operation a sac
cess, doctor? Eminent Scientist Oh,
completely so! I demonstrated beyond
dispute exactly what I contended all
along. Reporter-Then the patient ia
all right? Eminent Scientist The pa
tient! The patient died. But why In
the face of my triumphant vindication
do yen want these animportaat de
tails? A Diwerent Medium.
Haggiss That "pretty little sculp
tress I met nt your reception the other
evening completely turned my head.
Miss Peacaley Indeed! I knew she
modeled In day, .but I wasn't
that she worked hi wood.
The Mosiupu of Hia Lava.
Homely-Rich "I heard
thine today that would Indicate that
Mr. Hunter simply cannot love me as
he said he did."; Miss Cutting
rraclsas! had newa from your
1 wish to ten yon
ine are to, be
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APPRtXIATE LXOOf UwSJtTV,,
' - - -
ha roaghly milesi
they- hare mfled-The - children
arealwaya loath' to return, says the
author of "On the Trail ef the Iausl
grant," especially those who have gsa
to school in (America. Amashka, a
bright 12-year-eld girt, goes from a
-Pennsylvania town, to the
district In Hengary. She la
"American fashion." baa goae ta the
pabUc school aad speaks Bagttah fair
ly well "Amaahka Maya,' tali me, do
yoa Mke to go hack ta Hungary?" "No,
alree. America la the bast country.
There we have wiuj bread and batter
and candy, and I can chew gum to
beat the band;" and tears til her eyes
at the memory of the American luxur
ies she has tasted. One of the return
ing, who had traveled far. and had
seen on that journey the galleries of
Paris. Munich aad Dresden, said: "I
tell yon, the finest piece of statunrr
in the whole world la the Goddess of
Liberty In New York karsor."-Youths
WAS ALMOST TOO PARTICULAR.
An oM bachelor, who Uvea In the
suburbs of a aouthera city, hires a
negro to clean np hia room, fill the
lamp and perform like sec vices. A
few days ago the colored domestic,
who had been using his employer's
blacking, said: "Boas, our blacUn' am
done out." "What do jrou 'mean by
saying 'our blackleg?" growled the
sordid-employer, "everything belongs
to me. I want you to understaad that
nothing belongs to yoa." The terri
fied darkey apologized and promised
to remember. Oa tke following Sun
day the bachelor happeaed to aseet
the colored menial, accompaaled by n
chocolate-colored woman pushing a
baby carriage. "Waa that your baby
'in that carriage?" he asked the next
day at his home when he waa enter
taining quite a number of hia friends.
"No boss, dat'a aot our chile; dat'a
your chile. I'se neber gwlne to say
aulfin belongs to me no monk."
Trying far Faker Prise.
He didn't set himself up to be a na
ture faker, but he confessed he knew
a. story which, if not exactly accurate,
was at all events somewhat brilliant
"This happeaed in the cottage of a
peasant who had bis quiver full of
children. -When the baby was pat to
sleep at night every one in the family
waa enjoined to be quiet They were,
including the dog. Oae night, how
ever, the dog fancied the room waaat
aa quiet aa it should be. There was
an old-fashioned clock In the corner
of the room, which ticked somewhat
loudly with Its aoaderoas pendulum.
The dog. thinking that this ticking
might disturb the baby, went on tip
toe, and. putting hia paw against the
pendulum, stopped it. And 'that's a
fac " But even the oysters on
the counter gaped with astonishment
New York Press.
Caw Caught by Her Tall.
Caught by her tall In the cleft of n
tree, a cow belonging to Joseph Blake
of-Geonaland subsisted without food,
except the bark of trees, or driak for
five weeks. Whea found she was re
daced to a skeleton, but the sight of
the man apparently Infuriated her,
aad with a' lunge she broke her tail
off aad charged her would-be rescurer.
Ha sought safety on the top of a
woodpile a short distance away and
was kept there for three-quarters of
an hour. The desire for food finally
became uppermost to the animal, and
she wandered away la quest of It
She waa found later, aad la Improving
under care. Portland Oregonlan.
In Russia pita for cock fighting are
unknown, but "goosepits" some M
years ago were commoa throughout
that mighty kingdom. The effect of
this can be seen to-day in the geese
which an Indigenous to the country,
the Arsamaa and the Tula varieties
particularly showing to n marked de
gree the fighting characters of their
ancestors. The Arsamaa gander has a
bin which Is entirely different hi form
from that of the geese known in aay
other part of the world. This special
structure enables the bird to take a
firm grip on the-neck or hack of Ms
Who Kills a Seed Beak Kills
TJaless wariness be used, aa good
almost kill a maa as kill a good book
Who kills a asaa kills a reasonable
creature God's Image, bat ho who
Ulla a good book kills reason ft4
elf kills the insane of God. aa it
were, ia the eye. Maay a asaa Hves
a harden to the earth, bat a good
book la the precious life blood of a
master spirit embalmed and treasur
ed,up on purpose to a Ufa
Ufa. John Milton.
"What state does the yeans foHow
belong to who waste to marry old
Binyaaa' daaghtarr "Jadglag from
hia appearance when I saw him come
oat of the old mans office I should say
a state ef eaUaase."
I't Mr. Keeuete play any
nmr muster "No." aaswered Miss
.Cayenne; "his style of playing woald
make anytning aapopular." '
TdoataUad telling you," said the
pretty girl confidentially, "that I waat
to take a there agh coarse hi
In order to St myself to he
wife," Ton are eoiag the right
said the '-natron ta
rledr "How sheaM I knew?" re
tsBed tfeo pretty glrL daiatlly ratbag
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HAVE YOU HEEN the SUITS
WE ARE SELLING AT $15 i
Far Happiness in Marriage.
I have 8pokea of tke only true and
right motive for marriage, and ven
ture my opinion that marriage should
not be too eagerly sought by either
sex, but rather waited for uatll the
certainty has come that one loves
worthily and welL I mean, that for
a man to say to himself, ia cold blood,
that It ia time he should marry, and.
for that reason, to look about for a
wife instead of being aware that he
loves and therefore desires to marry
the one beloved woman is, to ray
thinking, as unwise and In almost as
poor taste as for a girl to discover that
it la time she were settled In life and.
In consequence, set about trying to
attract a husband. In neither case la
happiness In marriage likely to be the
result of such .a quest. Louise Chand
Out ef the Schoolroom.
A schoolboy waa asked to give ao:
information in regard to the Cary sis
ters, tke once famous New Eaglaad
poets, and he said of them: "The Cary
sisters were two poets who lived In
Massachusetts most of the time. They
went to New York where tkey made
many fast friends. Their fsstest
friend wss Joha G. Whlttier." At the
time of the Longfellow centennial,
whea the school children were writ
ing so much about him, one boy
wrote: "Longfellow's poems were
mostly of hia own composure, but he
wrote 'Tails of a Wayside Ian' where
others did the talking. He waa the
poet lorryett of our talking. He was
the poet lirryett of our country aad
was a crackerjack when it came to
real poetry. Lippincott's.
'She Smacked ef Soaks.
-They tell me you kissed Miss Son
net, the poetess, on yesterday's auto
"Tea; that Is true."
"Indeed! And how did yoa ah
"Miss Sonnet hss s marked literary
If you want something useful buy a nice piece
of furniture. They will remember that long
after other presents are forgotten.
Let Us Suggest :
fL0BE WERNICKE Sectional Book Cases,
" Combination Book Cases, Mahogany Pari or
Standi library Tables, in mission, golden oak
and mahogany, 3-piece Parlor Suits, Dining
Chairs up to $7.50 each; Music Cabinets, Soar- .
ing Stands, Kitchen Cabinets, all kinds from
$4.50 up; Rockers (the largest assoctment we
have ever had;) Couches, China Closets, Ruffetts
Side Boards, Iron Beds, Princess Dressers, Ped
estal and Tabaurettes (nice line just received;)
Pictures, fine line of Bedroom Chairs and Rock
ers in mahogany, bird's eye maple and golden
oak; High Chairs and Chad's Rockers for the
babies and many other articles. Call and see
' the best line we have ever had to show you. '
Yours for a Merry Oirktanas.
Picture Pratiing. . .
219-21-23 WtSw UeveatJi li,
f . S- w
the STtflAcst Titae ctbi
fercd in this crtr forts
ey. Inexact, $20 wovld bs
s fair price tor these
for in quality of fwubrict; tail
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thud more. The coats are
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ed in the most approred
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XmssCravate Ste no
Bilk MaPJrs.. .............. .75e ap
rnlk Saeprndera 50e up
Faaey Hosirry 8e up
Houiie Oaata . up
Waist Coatn.I il.SO ap
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day wkea yon ga
the shore ef n large body ef
snake a little study of the salwag ves
sels yoa see. Of coarse the wind
blows in the same direction over every
part of the water, but you'll notice
that some vessels ga one way aad
some another. This hecaass the sails
are set la different ways. Set year
; Hfe sails yoar ideals, purposes, eetl-
snatea of what Is swat important to
yon la one way, and Mfe'a eaperl
ences will send yon on the recks ef
destruction. Set tkem In n different
way, aad tke same experiences wiM
send you into the harbor of heaven.
mastratlag the strange newer of
the issagination, E. F. Beasoo, author
of "Dodo." tells this Incident. A doe
tor he knew had found It accessary to
give a patieat for maay evenings am
injection of morphia to enable htm to
get some sleep. After a while the
doctor thought it sdvlsable to atop the
morphia, and for two nights his pa
tieat waa unable to sleep, owing to
great pan. On the third night the
doctor, beiag still unwilling to ad
minister morhpia, lajected plain water
instead. The maa slept perfectly and
nwoke in the morning with what Is
known aa a morpkiae mouth.
Church Built by One Man.
Stlvchall. aear Coveatry,
possesses a piece of worship unique
among English churches. In ltlt
John Green, n mason of a strongly re
ligious tura of miad. mid the Srat
stone of the edilce, and aeven yeara
later he completed the buildlag. hm
all that time he had ao assistance, do
ing all the work with hia owe hands
until the church was ready far Ha an
terior Ittlags. The building sccosn
wsodatea a large congregntlea. The
church derives a considerable revenue
from the coatributioaa of sightseers
who an drawa to the place by cariosity.
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