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BEE----OMAFA WEDNESDAY FEBBTJAKY 21
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The Secret
) f the universal success of
Brown's Iron Bitters is sim
ply this : It is the best Iron
preparation ever made ; is
compounded on thoroughly
scientific , chemical anc/ /
medicinal principles , and
net does just what is claimed for
it no more and no less.
Oi
By thorough and rapid
assimilation with the blood ,
it reaches every part of the
system , healing , purifying
and strengthening. Com
mencing at the foundation
it builds up and restores lost
health in no other way can
lasting benefit be obtained.
7j Dearborn Are. , Chicago , Nor. j.
I have been a Rreat uflerer from
reryweikttomach , heartburn , and
dyipcniU In Its worst form. Nearly
e eryinne ! I ale pave me diitreti ,
end I could eat but little. I havt
tried ever ) thing recommended , have
taken the prescription * of a dozen
jhjiiclani.butRot no relief until I
toolc llroun'n Iron Hitlers. I feel
none of the old troubles , and am a
rew man. I am Retting much
stronger , and feel Ant-rate. I am
a railroad engineer , and now make
my trlpi regularly. I can not tay
too much In pralie of your wonder
ful medicine. D. C. MACK.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
docs not contain whiskey
or alcohol , and will not
blacken the teeth , or cause
headache and constipation.
It will cure dyspepsia , indi
gestion , heartburn , sleep
lessness , dizziness , nervous
debility , weakness , &c.
Ufa only Brown's Iron Hitter * made by
Tlroun Chemical Co. , JJaltlmore. Crossed
red line * and tr.idc-m.irk on wrapper.
I 4 BALL'S '
CORSETS
Every Corgot la warranted iaUs <
flotorr to itB vearor In every -nay ,
or the money will fco refunded by
the person /rota whom it wai boucht.
The onlrConet pronounced br onr leading t > hyjeUiu |
Mt Injurtom to the wearer , and endowed by liullei u
nt "moit comfortable and perfect tMlag Conet re >
rnicEs , by auii. roiuio P I J i
altk rir.errln'i. 1.00. Belf.AdJU < tln , f l.DO
Akl In l ( extra bcary ) , OO. Nunlnc , tl.DO
with Pm rrln ( ( flne cootll ) 8.00. 1'arMon
Skirt-Supporting , 1.60.
Wtr le by leadlnc Jtetull Urnleri eT rywhtr .
CUIOAQO COliaiil GO , , CblcaKO , HI.
EPPS'S GOGOA ,
BREAKFAST.
"By K thoroueh knowledge of tb n ta f Uwi
which gorn the operattoci'of dlzettlon nat
nutrition , and br careful application ot Ibl
flne properties of well-xlected Cocoa , U > ,
Xppi DM pioTlded oar broakfut tablm with i
d Ucately flavored bererajo which may aav * W.
many hearr doctor1 bill ) It I by tb jnd'UfiMt
OM of such article * of diet that a oon-y/atljD
Bay be gradually built up until i rcj l'oruagb
to rcilit erery tendtncy to dlievv * lundiedi
of tabtlt maladies art floating rur.i njjtadj
lo attack wbtftTtr ; there I * > r * k./poln . W
ay MeM Raa ; a f.W ni n by keoplnc onr
blood and a piop
irtl 8eiTl OaJoftl.
boiling water or milk. Bol
ladled < ,
JAMBS HPPS d > CO. ,
Homoeopathic ObemlBta
London. Bnglan
tlt&U.UV F , I aid'
iced t'7 the ir lnnt l
/our * lutif 4 olri nisM work Ic ri.
"
j un torf hr lin rY' * * >
Hop Wu HtiFf c
If you artjouna rnB mcoTVm .rOti Ai-- . - <
incretlou ur dlMlaltii | | > u K yu fr.tf
rtf < S 01 l lf. old ut IK'i.i e.iurlfrln,4 r'H
iKMjrKealtUof liJiirulfliHIntr i& * > bJ > rT V
n i.relj on H o p Bitter T
. - -
VfcoMer rooair.
wlnnerer you rK-l rrjallj fr > LMKCC
ai t your Jitem form > > t K Kiilf r
-jrtd clearulniit.tot.
irli'houHnrojrKul'n ? !
t W Hop
D.-l. O
oruMiuirycoii U an McH
,
jlalnl , duciK na trrnlM
o'tb" womoclj , , HDP bt c u r i fr <
6i > inl > . tlooJ dnu'ic
ntntil
Kt rci U 0'
You will be
eurtillf jouiue
Hop 9lttor
* r > tiii
oMIlltt | ltl7 tiiind NEVER
A itt I may Wr B1TT
/our FAIL f ffc M. ,
llfe. It ha
Tcaved hurt
'drodt ' ,
STAULISUKU 1663.
BIDEflPRmoATTAOHUENT-NOT ; PATEN1
J. SBIPSON.
A. . .
LEADING
OAKEIAGE FAOTOE1Z
\ - 1109 and 1111 Dod Street ,
. og7 > me6m OMAHA , Nrs ,
.
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TRADE IN CORPSES.
How the Dhsecting Rooms are
Supp ied win Subjects ,
Five Hundred Bodies Used
Yearly by the Medical
Colleges.
The 7ifnrJ * t Vnluo of n Good Sub-
tjoot-Soonoi In thn Di eot-
Room ,
The incord of burial permits kept
by the board of health oantoliu sonio
curinufl facta. Sensitlvo poreons would
Lo uhocliod to read In the column
headed "PJaoa of Hurlal" after , the
niuncs of several men and women the
entry. "St. Lnalu Medical Oollcgo , "
or Bomo slmlliir leyoud. Yut tboao
who are posted know that every year
at least five hundred untortunatoa
ina their last resting place on the dis
secting table , where they are cat into
rapmonta for the bonotit of science ,
n s-jbor reality thcro i ) no reason to
object to the practice. " It is , perhapc ,
ho boat use which can bo tnadr of
whnt tbo students call the "atlfTa. "
The law allowB It and the sclonco of
modloiuti U benefited , But thcro is a
eeling of reverence connected with
loath which most people can not
hnko off. Very few can contemplate
THIS TKAUE IN COKl'BEa
without a shudder , or road without n
trango fooling the entry that sotno
> oor unfortunate from the Female
lospita ) , whose ago shows that she
ia'l scarcely blossomed into woman-
iced , had no other place of Interment
ivo the surieon'a table. A Post-
> lnpatoh reporter , in conversation
with a gentleman connected with one
of the colleges , learned a few facts
about the matter which nro not gener
ally known.
"Thi'ro are colleges that I know at
rhioh dissecting is carried on ovary
night at present , " ' said Dr. .
'They are the Si. Louis Modloil Col-
ege , corner of Seventh street and
Jlark avenue ; the Missouri Medical
College , Twonty-thltd and Morgan
streets ; the College of Physicians and
3ur eons , Eleventh and North Mar-
cot streets , thn Col loco of Medical
Practitioners , No. 1225 Washington
ivonuo , the American Ecleatrlc Col-
ego , Eleventh street , batwoen Olive
and Locust streets , and the Hahno-
mr.nn Homeopathic Oollego , on the
corner of Tenth and Oarr strootn. This
St , L-juis Electric College , Dr. Field's
institution , Twelfth street and Chris
ty avenue , wants bodies but cannot
get them. Then thera may ba one or
; wo schools of midwifery , where ono or
two 'stiuV are used for the edification
of lady pupils. "
kjl"And how many bodies are needed
for these places ? "
"Oh , I should say about 500 in the
season. Lat rae BOO. Now , don't you
use my narmi , or you'll ' rMso a hornet
nest about , my oars. I can figure it
out In a minnto. A body is given to
u quartet of students. Each clais
gets two subjects a yoar. There arc
about 250 students at the Missouri
medical college , so that it would take
fifty-fivo corpses to supply them for
ono round. That would make 110 for
the session. On the same bauls you
can put down the St. Louis college a
ninety-fivo bodies , the Oollego of Phy
aicians and Surgeons fifty , and all the
others at from iivo to ton each. A
the largest estimate , I should say
after this o loulatio' ' , that 409 bodlet
would bo moro than enough to supply
all that is wanted. "
"And wbero are they to come
' . "
from ? jt.-
"Oh , all from the pablto Instlto ,
tions. The law , you. know , dlrc u
that they should bo. given , aud tioj
aro. " , ' /
"lo there no body snatc'ddg going
" * *
?
on .
"Honeatly , T UiSnKnot. There
may bo some lll -/llroaurreoting"
dorto at ungnar'.rd4' cemeteries , like
Plokott's and .o > tT Hebrew burying
ground , b ' , , it there | B it is on a very
small son ! . There Is no necessity for
it , as * ' ? i9re was In former years Ernest
Dpipk'o , and others , you will romom-
/uado quite a businoia of it until they
were hauloa up by the law. Under
the statutes now the supply Is largo
enough to make
DDDY SNATOUINO
no object. Why , do yon know that
the deaths at the city hospital this
pear will average about two a day , and
If the colleges got half of them , il
would bo quite lunblont , not count
ing the other institutions. "
"Aro any corpses exported. "
"No ? "
"Nor brought into the city ? "
"No. I've talked this subject over
with a couple of demonstrators ol
anatomy , not many days ago , and ]
am sure , that except in the rarest in
stances , bodies are neither broughl
hero , nor sent from the city. A few
physicians dissect in private at their
own houses , "
"Who are they ? "
"I would not let'yon publish their
names , because , you BOO , it would injure -
juro their practice. These men may
occasionally get a particular snbjoo
sent to them , generally from Phlla
dolphia or Chicago , but only in the
rarest cases. No , I think the iaot it
that the trade in ( corpses is very dul
here , and is confined altogether to do
llyerlng them from the public instlta
tlons to the colleges. "
FHC PRICK OF CORPSES.
"What are they worth ? "
"Well , the prioo varies , like anj
other commodity , Usually a class o
four , who use the same table , pa )
about 815 for a subject. Homo o
them co.au as low us ( G or $8 , and
have known them to run as high a
$20. The demonstrator of anatomy
as theA call him that is the man wh
lectures in the dissecting room got
that , and ho pays all the expenses o
bringing the bodies to the college. "
"And you think the supply is uufli
clont ? "
"Oh , yes , especially since wo boga
to use the 'pickling' process. "
"What in the world do you moan b
thatl"
"Why , yon see , the dissecting sea
son laats from November to Aprl
Now , the colleges are getting bodlc
from Iho institutions all the yea
round , When the college Is not i
soaslou they are pickled and put owa
in tanki until they are wanted. The
use , generally , wood spirits , splrlti
Igneous acid and sometimes brine ,
ce Is alio used. The boyo don't like
his froah batch , because they pntrlfy
o quickly , and all the classes endeavor
o hang back until another batch comes
n. Tn on there is a good deal of
holco about the matter , You would
make a good subject bacinse yon are
lot overburdened with adipose tissue.
A FAT BUDJECr IS NO flOOD ,
j&an ones are what are sought after ,
iccauao the tissues and mutclcs ere
lot covered and bidden with fat.
A talk with aornt ) other gentlemen
nd with Health Commissioner Francis
irought out the same facts , namely ,
liat there was little or no resurrecting
one , and , as far as was known , very
ew bodies shipped to or from the city ,
The reporter , piloted by n friend when
n a medical utndent , raado a visit'to n
ouplo of the colleges and saw for him-
elf how the thing is done.
The first place called at was the St.
jonia medical college. On Seventh
troot , just back of the college , there
a n very dark alloy , and in c little
ay an entrance , closed by a heavy
ouble door.
"Hero's the place they bring in the
lilTs , " said the student ; "In through
ils door. "
At this mlnuto , a vehicle , drawn by
ne horse , turned into the alloy , and
it ) student said ;
"Here cornea the wngon now. "
It was very dark , but ho know the
nttit because hu had teen it so many
mes. The driver stopped , knocked
t the door , and soon nhoved in two
> lno coffins. Ho was an old , crabbed-
ooking follow , with a rough board
nd a short pipe , and would never bo
aken for a person of such horrible oo-
npatlon.
"Lot's go up on the elevator , " cald
10 student.
"Not much , " said the reporter ,
specially when ho saw that the bodies
were being loaded In the same con-
rivanco.
"Gome on , you fool , it is shorter
lati going around the front way. "
The reporter strenuously objected ,
nd the man who ran the elevator also
> nt his veto on the matter , saying
lat the contrivance would not hold so
much weight.
The dissecting rooms at the college
ire situated in the rear cf the bulld
og , in two long and narrow rooms ,
no above the other. The lower ono
was fitted with low tables , about each
f which wai a crowd of students ,
'ho room wan full of tobacco smoke
nd everybody was BO busy that the
iiIran co of a stranger won not noticed ,
'oung fellows were laughing , talking
nd dlscnualng. Hero and there were
knot intensely interested over a par-
[ cular oaso.
TIIK HAILSII NOISE OP THE SAW
onld bo hoard ivory now and then ,
s it grated through the skull of sonic
oor wretch whoso brain was wanted
or inspection , There were about ton
} odios In this room , and nearly thirty
Indents at work. Men and women ,
omo of them old , some young , and
many so mutilated that an inexpert-
need eye could not toll anything
bent them , lay around on all sides ,
iho ctndents do not seem to hoed the
urrouudingB , nor the horrible stench ,
rlost of them u o gownn at the work ,
which cover their clothes. The re-
mrtor's companion laughed at hia
mlo and ghostly countonauo ? , and
aid this was nothing. Sometimes
hero were as many as
TWKNTY-FITB t'OUPSEH IN TUB BOOM.
The boys sometimes go so far an tc
, nnch in the dissecting room , although
that performance Is rare , Sometimes ,
iiowovor , the noalpol would slip and cui
a'Rtndent's finger , and ho wonld 1m
mediately beaut to suck nt it with lu
fits power. Qata i this kiui we verj
Ikely jia Introduce a virulent potsor
utojtna nyatcui , and the studente
! > ard agniust them with the utmost
3 ro. At the back of the room was a
ibafi with an opening leading to a well
u the collar. Into this the refuse ia
brown , quicklime is pat on the top of
t and the place , ia cleaned out once
every two or throe years.
"Lot's go up to the top room ? " said
ho student.
"Not this evening ! " said the re-
mrtor , who was sick and weak enough
o take refuge in the old joke. The
> lace Is kept as scrupulously clean as
tossiblo , yet the neighbors have ob-
octed now and then. Several years
go a number of colored people made
, raid on the building , In search ol
he remains of a friend who waa
bought to be there. They got into
be building and tip the stairs leading
o the dissecting room , when a student
nrned ont the lights. Confusion
commenced Immediately. A couple
ot students , BO the story goes , caught
ip a body , hurled It down stairs upon
ho Invaders and the latter rushed out
and ran away as best they could. ID
several of the colleges
fllE REMAINS ARK THROWN INTO YATS ,
? ow people are probably aware that
dissecting le going on in such a central
neighborhood as No. 1225 Washing-
-on avenue , At this place the refuse
and the bones are burned in a large
stove , and thus disposed of. There it
no smell or disagreeable sight , and the
neighbors have never had any cause
"or complaint.
lop Dltten are the Purest and Beit Dltten
Ever Made.
They are compounded from Hops ,
SIuU , Buohn , Mandrake and Dando
ion , the oldest , best , and moat Vftlu
able medicines in the world and con
tain all the boat and most curative
properties of all other remedies , being
the croatest Blood Purifier , Live !
Regulator and Llfo and Health HOB
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ill-health can possibly lone exist when
these Bitters are used , so varied am
perfect are their operations.
They glvo now life and vigor to th
aged and infirm. To all whoso em
ploymonta cause Irregularities of thi
bowels or nrinary organs , or who re
qulro an Vpotlzor , Tonic and mile
Utimnlant , Hop Bitters are invaluable
being highly curative , tonlo and stlra
nlating , without Intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings o
symptoms are , what the disease or ail
nieut Is , use Hop Bitters , Don'o wai
until you are sick , but if you enl ;
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at onco. It ir > ay save your life. Hun
dreda have been saved by so doing
$50 will be paid for a case they wll
not cure or help ,
Do not Buffer or let your friends snl
for , but use and urge them to use Ho
Bitters.
Remember , Hop Bitters is no vile
drugged , drunken nostrum , but th
Purest and Best Medicine over made
the "Invalid's Friend and Hope , " anne
no person or family should be wlthou
them Try the Bitters to-day ,
A LAW VEH FOOLED.
Tbo Eloquence Wblcn Won an Old
Soldlor'd Suit.
rooklj n Kngle ,
A distinguished company of lawyers
at in the supreme court room roccnt-
y talking over old times. Among
hem waa Col. Charles S. Spencer.
lo tras in bin usual happy vein , and
old a new story.
"I waa retained , " ha said , "by an
x soldier of the "ar to sue for the ro-
every of some $ l,80J which he had
paned to a friend. The late Edwin
" itnoa waa counsel for the defendant
wunt to work zaalously for my cli-
nt. James crosu-oxamlned the plaint-
u" in his usual forcible vrav.
" 'You loaned him $1.800 ? ' Mr.
anm aakod.
" 'I did , sir,1 wfcs the reply.
" 'It was your own money ? ' Mr.
araea continued.
" 'It wa , air , ' my'cllent responded.
" 'When did you lend him the
ionej ? ' waa the next quoatlon.
" 'In July , I860 , ' was the answer.
" 'Whoro did you got that money ,
r ? ' Mr. James naked sternly.
" 'I yarned it , sir " The words
ore said in a meek tono.
" 'You earned it , eh ? When did
ou earn it ? ' asked Mr. James.
" 'During the war , sir , ' was the
oply , still In a very hnmblo tono.
" 'You earned It during the war.
'ray ' , what was your occupation dur-
ng the war ? ' Mr. James asked.
" 'Fighting , s r , ' the man replied
uodestly.
" 'Oh , fighting , ' Mr. Jamee said ,
amowhat taken down , and instantly
hanging his manner.
"I smiled triumphantly , and oven
nickered a little , James was half
nad. Well , wo want to the jury , and
, of course , had the last to say. I
itlod away up to glory. I spoke of
ho war ; of the lives and treasures It
est us ; of the awful battles which do-
Idod thb fate of the Union ; of the
elf-denial and bravery of onr
men who left home , and wife ,
nd children , and father , and mother ,
nd everything that waa dear to
hum , and wont forth to * fight for
reside and freedom , and the salva-
ion of the nation. I pointed to the
ilalntlff as ho sat there , still with the
ame air of humility , and oven sad
ness. I said that waa the sort of a
man who had fought our battles nnd
aved the ( Ug , and shod hia llf J blood
hat we and.onr children might enjoy ,
uucurtalled , the ploriouo blessings ol
roodom wrenched from the hands ol
despots by onr sires. I worked up
hat jury , I can tell you , and the
ilnintiff himself drew forth tin unpro-
entlous handkerchief and wiped away
toar. I got a verdict for the full
amount , of course.
"As wo were quitting the court
room , James said : 'Spencer , your war
pooch gained yon the verdict. If you
ladn't discovered through my cross
examination that the man fought in
.he war , you wonld have been beat-
on. "
" 'My friend'I replied , 'If you had
only atked the man which side he
ought on , you might be going home
rlth a verdict. My client wan an old
rebel. ' "
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Cheaper and infinitely bettor than
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j1 w
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lud only cost fifty cents a bottle. Sold by
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DIRECTORS.
Samuel Alexander Oswald Oliver ,
A. L. Clarke , E. C. Webster-
0co. II Pratt , Jan. B. Heartwell ,
D. M.McEllIInney.
First Mortgage Loans a Specialty
This Company furnishes a permanent , home
Institution where School Doi land other legally
Issued Municipal secfrltlc < o i Nebraska can be
be negotiated on the m ] i a\orable term )
Loam made on Iropro > e < U , u | n all ell settleq
counties ol tbeitat , thro t
correspondents.
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Oriental Dream or Magical Beautifier -
tifier ,
Htmcnoj Tan. Pimples ,
Fieckles ,
MolhpUdJ
"an ry
blemish on
beautyand
deSts de-
'ectbn. U
has stood
the teat ol
Is so barm-
lei > we
taste It to
bo sure the
pro pa ra
tion 11 pio-
perly made
Accept no
counterfeit
of similar name. The dUtlnpulthid Dr. L. A.
Bayre. skid to a laly of the nacr TON ( a patient ) :
"As jou ladles will me them , I reiommend
'Uturaud's Cream' as the Uast harmful of all the
Skin preparations. " One bottle will list six
months , using It eiery day. Also t'ouJro Jub-
tllorimows superfluous h li wl.liout Injury to
the skin.
ttv * . M. n. T. GOURAUD , Sole prop. , 45 Bond
St. . N. V.
Kcrsilo by all Drutelito and Fancy Goods
Dealers throughout the United States , Canada
and Europe.
jt3rfie areof tase Imitations. 11,000 reward
for arrest and proof ot any ont i llla { the sime.
] 14-weow-ce 2t ewCm
it rombtnallon of J'ra.
toflile of Iron , J'tniflim
J In r It it nil JL'ho ! > jli or tui < r
a jmlatabla form , J'or
Dtbdity. .tot * of Apne-
Hlc , 1'roitrntlon of ( Ital
tic.
REV. A. I. HOBBS WritesIOIIDI17117 : C J REV.J.L.TOWNEB ,
trial of the.PUhlll' IL O /
After ft thorough /Tnduatnr , T"
, . take / / y ay r
ON TONIC I plnasuro 7VAT ; ; 'I ' It ,
consider
in atntlni ; that I have been
Kieu.v .enetttud by Its a most excellent remedy for
use. Ministers and Pub- the debilitated vital forces.
Ho Speakers will llnd It
of the greatest value
where R Tonic ts neces-
Rry. I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
aeent , possessing1 un
doubted nutritive and
restorative properties.
Orl. 3 ,
KZTiSSn B ? TSa DR. HAIWCER MEDICINE CO , , 1311. UAIH CT. , CT. WUI3.
O. IE1.
TIVT
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate G'ass. '
arAi j-on cctli'topUtlng building itare.bank. or iny other flne will flnd It to tte
nl irt ic crrrn CL with u before purchasing their Plate Glass.
0 . F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA NEB.
STEELE , JJHNSON & OQ.S
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the Best Brands of
CIGARS MB MAHMOIUBID TOBACCO.
tgntr for ICTOOD KAILS AND LAELIN & RAND POWDER CO.
3E .
DEALERS IK
Fire and Burglar ° r3 ;
KM
DC *
1020 Farnham Street ,
PERFECTION
' "
HEATING'"AND BAKIKG
In only attained by
Stoves and Ranges ,
WITH
WIRE GAUZE OVER DOOBS
For sale by
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
inll-mfkeJ
"BS
jf
JOBBER OF
AND
WINDOW SHADES
'EASTERN ' PRICES DUPLICATED.
118 FARM AM ST. - - OMAHA
J. A. WAKEFI1LD ,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , Bf > ® RS , BLiHOS , mOLOiliCS , Li ME ,
icr.sr TOR UILTVACKEG OEUSKT OOUPANTI
Near Union Pacific Depot , - OMAHA
Single Breech Loading Sbot Guns , from $5 to SIB ,
Double Breech Loading Shot Guns , from 818-to S75 ,
Muzzle Loading Shot Guns , From SO to $25 , "
Fishing Taokei , Base Balls and all kinds of Fancy Goods ,
Fiill Sfcook of Show Oases Always on hand ,
Imported and Key West Cigars a large line o
Meerschaum and Wood Pipes and everything re
quired in a first class Cigar , Tobacco and Notion
Store , Cigars from $15 per 1,000 upwards , Sender
or Price List and Samples

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