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THE ARGU8, fclUDAY. MAItCH 22, 1895.
HIGHEST BICYCLE HONORS
at thz wenuro rain
tvere awarded to
A decision merely supplemental to the judgment
of approval ot ti e Lest informed wheel devotees.
A Look tf KimtlcTV.wlli.lt all about Ibcm. lice.
McCABE BROS., Agents.
1720, 1722, 1724, 1726 and 1728 Second Ave.
RASMTJSSEN, FREE 00.
Have just received a beautiful lot of Gold Bow Knot Frames, which
are being given away with everj order for their best Cabinet
Photos. Remember that they make the finest work at lowest
prices. For example.
Cabinet Photos as low as $i per doz.
And Three-quarter Life-Size Crayon Portraits at $2.50.
Frame included. Don't entrust your valuable originals to strang
ers. Bring them direct to the gallery, and save agents1 commis
sion. Don't delay if you want your portraits
RAS1HJSSEN. FREE Co.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
State Savings Bank,
Moltnk, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Pneceeda the Molina Saving Bank
Org mired lent
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits,
Organ'sed nnler state I aw.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m , and
edneedayandSaiarday sights from
honi SKmnBR, - President
Ilnua Dakumi, - Vice President
C F EnmiT, - - Cashier
POBTCB 8KI1XI2. Hiui Daklmo.
B II Aimwobtu, Geo H Kdwabds,
' C F Hshuiwat, C A Bosk,
C K Auiawoirra, W H Adams,
W W Wtixa.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
am for private ptrtM la the aw tea
spot at the waai by the
Orchard State Bank
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artt.Hll a Lnh. flanleia
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aomicml than pawner or uqtuo.
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People WearisrtBrldsework S
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ue aad propknactie prapantloav a
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Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com'
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and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
Repra tenting over 40 Villi on Dollars
of Oath assets
Fir Ufa. Tornado.
Bonds of Snrwryshlp.
OFFhar Banssana'a black aVock Isfead, m
gnr-gecara car rataa: they win fanaraat foa.
J. M BUFORD,
General . . .
Lexses FroaptlT Paid.
SENT UP FOR LIFE.
Clarence Robinson's Gsntence
"KITE TO DO TWISTY TEAES
For Uer Part ia the Una Crime, tho Mar.
drr at Montgomery tiiltua Ead of No.
table Case a Baff.Ua Converted Haa
Oecleaiet II -a laaoceaoa, Regardless of
the Confession at Himself ana Wife
New Trial Peremptorily Denied.
Buffalo, March 22 Clarence Robin
son has been found guilty of murder in
the second degree and sentenced to im
prisonment for life, and Sadie Robinson
of manslaughter in the first degree and
given twenty years. Shortly before 3
o'clock in the morning tbe jury in the
case reached an agreement. Tha verdict
was sealed and the jurors went to the Jan
to spend the remainder of tho night. At
10 o clock tbe verdict was opened and
found to be as stated above. This is the
closing act in the celebrated trial for the
murder of Montgomery tiib'js, who was
killed by the Kobinsons while resisting
being robbed by them.
New Trial Denied.
After the judzo had recorded the sen
tence on his minute book he looked in
quiringly toward tbe attorney for the de
fense and remarked significantly: "Mr.
Sapt-rtson, this is the last day of the
The attorney took the hint. ITo asked
for time to prepare a motion for a ntw
The court We'll settle this cose now.
Mr Supcrtson But, your honor, this
verdict was unexpected and we're not
prepared to present arguments lor a new
triiu until we have a tew days probably
Tho court (intcrxuptinz) You've had
all the time necessary. The motion U de
nied. The judirc then directed the defendant,
Clarence Hobiusun, to ba sworn. The
prisoner stood up and answered the usual
questions regarding his age, occupation
aud parentage, and when asked it he had
any reason to allege why sentence should
not be passed upon him, said that he had.
Ileum, alia Oailt,
I deny that we were there when this
murder was committed and that wo at
tempted to commit felony. The verdict
it seems to me is not in accordance with
the evidence. And as far as evidence
proilucej by tho prosecution, there is not
one thing showing that we were on the
spot that night. This vordlct came upon
me unexpected. I do not think it a just
verdict. If they found me guilty tho ver
dict should have been murder in the first
degree. But there was no evidence to
prove tlmt. Uow could they find me
guilty of anything elsef We said, end we
.till say, that wj were home that night.
I think, he said, commenting upjn the
case as he might if he bad been a (lucre
spectator, "that the most telling evidence
tn the case was that concerning the cart
ridges and the letter written to ThoNcws
Dy Airs, njoinsoa. dui i must nay mat
other cartridge would show marts like
those produced and other revolvers tn ight
make sucli marks. I don t know, why
some other cartridges were not brought
in to show that."
Sadie Was W'eaU-Jalmied.
Regarding his own confession he said he
bad been induced to make it through in
sane jealousy of his wife. He believed
that his wUo was also influenced by
Cusack in the way she tostillei "She al
ways was weak-minded, and if wo had
chosen to Lut in a plea of insanity for har
it would have been easy enough to
1 he court told the prisoner that the
jury had taken a very merciful view of
the case. He then pronounced sentence
of life imprisonment. Next Saiie arose
and faced the ja Jgi. Sho answered tbe
questions curtly, and when asked what
sho bad to say why sentence should not
ho pronounced, replied: "I say that most
all tho witnesses liud. I knjsv it.
She was sentenced to twenty years at
Auburn. The prisoners were remanded
to jail, court adjourned, and the crowd
slowly melted away.
Farmer ICouhed of Ills Cash.
Columbia City, Iud., March 22. bur
glars ciitercd tho residence of Andrew
Shorb, an old farmer, 81 years old, resid
ing ten miles southwest uf this city, and
robbed him of $i,0)0 in gj'.d and $500 in
greeubacks. Shorb lost (4,000 in the Ar
nold bank failure, lie put his money In
an old keitle which he bid away in a hole
in the c.'llnr, where it was fouud by the
burglars, lie lived alone until recently,
when his daughter and her husband
moved in with hint. The thieves left no
clew, but the oilisrs have hopes of captur
Cur stiaa Scaeaoe People ia Trouble.
DaytoS, O, March Si The autopsy
uj.jn the boly of the lit.Ie girl, Lilah
Mead, who is believed t have been al
lowed to die in hands of Christian science
healers, was .crformed by the coroner.
who found the child died from tubercular
meningitis Ho states that with proper
medical truatmjut tha child might have
recovered. J. K. Haiten and wife, the
scientists, who aru charged with man
slaughter in this case, are under bail of
DevasCiled by a I'rAirtv nre.
GUTHKit, O. T., March 22 During a
high wind, a spark from a chimney set
fire to a straw stack in Pawnee township
and the fire cotniuuuicatei to the prairie
grass ana mo country lor miles around
was devastated. A number ot farmers
lost alt of their buildings, hay, grain and
liupumioats, ana many head of stock.
A Farm.r Averts a at til way Herrer.
Bum.iSi.Tos, la., March Xi A bridge
on the Burlingtoa and Cedar Rapids rail
road, several miles north, burned.
farmer named Waldin discovered it in
time to warn th-s approaching passenger
train, and averted a catastrophe. Tbe
company will give him a good sum of
money and a Ule pass as a reward.
bnicMlecf a I'ul iticiaa.
Foet Watse, Ind., March 22. A spe
cial from La forte says: Hon. Joseph
Jackson, a prominent politician and ex
member of the Indian. UmstatnM nn
mitted suicide by sliootinz aimsalf in tha
bead with a revolver. Despondency over
Ueieat at last election la
FepaJataoa Movias; awasa.
Baltimouk, March tL The Southern
States Magazine of Baltimore has recant.
lv had reoorts from a nnmhee nf ma mm.
tate areata la different parts of the south.
anese reporu snow us sou t& ward.
nens m population is very
BIS STRIKE FINALLY AVERTED.
Cteetrleal Weaker, of Haw York Dectura
tha Tie-Vat at aa Kad.
NEW YoHK,' March 21 The electrical
wire mens' strike which commenced oa
Feb. V). has been declared off. With tbe
exception of having the eight-hour day
started on May 1 Instead of May 15 the
strikers have net gained any privileges
which they had not enjoyed prior to the
strike. Bishop Henry C Potter, presi
dent ot tbe board of mediation and con
ciliation, and Professor Felix Adler, of
the same body, were malcly instrumental
in bringing about the settlement.
Tbe basis of tbe settlement was that all
electrical workers at present employed be
subjected to an examination as to com
petency in accordance with the rule hith
erto prevailing in the trade. That the
F.lvctrical Workers' union declares its
readiness to accept into their unions all
persons who bave satisfactorily passed
such examination, irrespective of their
action in the present strike, but the men
employed at present by the Electrical Con
tractors association shall, if they wish,
join tbe union without interference from
The fclectrical Contractors association
agrees to grant the eight-hour day May 1,
lb'Jj. AU other matters at issue will be sub
ject to mutual agreement between the
Electrical Contractors association and the
Electrical union represented by their em
ployes. LecMatiea lor Wisconsin.
Madison, March ft!. In the assembly
Christian offered a joint resolution for the
appointment of a committee of flvo three
from the assembly and two from tho sen
ate to agree upon and fix a date for the
adjournment ot the legislature. It was
laid over. 1 he senate bill fixing the sal
ary of the state superintendent of public,
instruction at $,00J was concurred in. In
tho senate Otlicer introduced a bill to take
the place of the two bills previously intro
duced for tho re-organization of the state
board of control. It provides for live
members of the board and that the board
instead of tho secretary of state rhall
Another Ueir to Fa.r. Wealth.
Sax Francisco, March 23. A morn
ing paper announces tho discovery of a
grand-daughter of James 6. Fair who
may play an important part in tho litiga
tion over the Into millionaire's estate.
Tho child Is about 5 years old and is the
daughter of James Fair, the ex-senator's
eldest son, aid Mary Ellon Lampman,
wno, It was asserted, was probably mar
ried to voung Fair. It ia believed that
the knowledge that this child was in ex
istence Impelled the ex senator to insert
a clause in bis will relative to the claims
of illegitimate or Mcgitimate but not
recognized children of his sons.
Debs Trial to Come en Again,
Chicago, March 81 Edwin Walker
and Thomas Milchrist, of tbe special
counsel, and United States District At
torney Genera! Black hod a conference
with Judgo brosscup about tbe Debs
trial, which has been set for a rehearing
on tbe first Monday in May. It was
agreed to advance the trial one week. If
the counsel for tho defense will agree.
tv aikcr has Ielt for V asbington to be
present at the hearing before the supreme
court on the habeas corpus application
testing the constitutionality of tbe act
unter which Judge Woods committed
the officers of the union to jail for con
tempt. Church Bill Eaid oa the Table,
Lassiso, Mich., March 22. The senate
had a warm debate on Jamison's bill to
repeal the law authorizing Roman Cath
olic bishops to hold property in trust for
tho church, which came up on Its third
reading. The discussion developed a
statement that prominent Roman Catho
lics expressed indifference as to the fate
of the bill, as the bishops now hold the
church's property in fee simple and no
act of the legislature would affect It.
Motions to table and to make the bill's
consideration a special order for some
future date were lost. LAter, by common
consent, the bill was laid on the table.
Vice President Stevenson denies that
he is contemplating a European tour with
An English translation of "The Thibet
an Life of Jesus," which M. Notovitch,
tho Russian traveler, says he discovered
in a Lamalst monastery in the Hima
layas, will be published soon.
State control of the liquor traffic is to
be tried on a large scale in Russia. In
the governments of Perm, Ufa, Orenburg
and Samara, in east Russia, drinks are
to be sold only by tbe state.
A curious case has just been begun in
Florence. Two ladles named Orsini sue
tbe emperor of Austria for payment for a
valuable collection of medals and coins,
sold and delivered by their ancestors in
June, 149, to Francis of Lorraine, grand
duke of Tuscany and emperor ot the
holy Roman empire, husband of Maria
Theresa, but which they claim nas never
been paid for.
Rev. Dr. Tulley, of Xcw York, on his
way to Ureytown, is detained at Colon by
a decree ot tbe Alcaraguan government
that ministers of religion shall not enter
The Holsteln-Friezian Association of
America held its annual meeting at New
York and elected these officers: Presi
dent, D. F. Wilbur, Otsega, X. Y.; treas
urer, W. Brown Smith, Syracuse; secre
tary, F. L. Houghton, Brattleboro. Vt.
Mrs. Amelia de Lano, of Brooklyn,
whose late husband was United States
consul in Foo Choo, China, believes that
she is a granddaughter and one ot the
heirs of Chevalier Joseph St. Ledger de
Harpart, of France, who is said to have
left an estate valued at 6,UUU,000 (rancs.
The governor ot Montana has issued a
proclamation forbidding the importation
without insiectlon of sheep from Oregon,
Nevada, California, Washington, Idaho,
Colorado, Utah, Oklahoma and New
Mexico because of danger of diseases.
Obituary: At Richmond, Ky., John
Vaughan, aged 10. At Pomeroy, O.,
William W. UubbelL aged i At Rock
ford. Ills.. Major Frank K. Peats. At
Buda, Ills.. Orlando Jenkins. At Shcf
field. Ills.. Eli Meyers, azed 30. At Fair-
bury, Ills., Sarah Walton.
Captain Charles Louis Beaumont, of
the royal navy, England, who has just
been appointed equerry to the queen, has
an American wife. He married in 18ss
Mum Perkins, daughter of Charles K. Per
kins, of Boston.
Henry O. Havemeyer is said to have dis
posed of bis interest In the sugar trust
and to be planning a European tour.'
Tbe tea indicted New York policemen
utve been arraigned and pleaded I
New Vork rlaaarial.
New Yobk. March St.
Mosey on caTl Ltirly active at T-i&l per
cent. Prime mercantile papsr 7liii per cent.
Sieriiag exchange dull aud easier with actual
boainea. in bankers' bills at lor de
mand and tor sixty days; posted
rates iSS 'ti'.K commercial bills tel.
Silver ccrtilicatee, G3i3)4: no sales; bar
ail ver. mZ. Mt-xicaii auliars, K v
Unit U states veraiucat bonds steady;
now 4's tet. 1214: do eouuoas lla: reg.
114; ' coupon lMM: t's roj. Ill;
4 a coupons ll?Ki; JTs rej. Vj; Pavioc of '
Chicago Grain and Prednoe,
t au'Aou, March :L
Following were the quotations oa tha
Buar I of Trade to lay : Wb.-at March,
opued ilic. closed W(:; May, openrd &?so,
clo-ed 51'g.: July. oieued a;$3. closed 5?yc.
Coia aisri-u. n-jiuiuid. rlo,cd 4a.-; May.
upeired trta closed iliUgi:; Ja y. opened 1043,
closed tut . O.IIS March, iionim.il. closed
nominal; May. oiieued - closed sc; Jane,
opened I'jc. cloe.sl 31-. i'ork May, opened
ii.N.'t ilmM l Lard-May. opened
(dsn. closed Xj.tt.
Produce: Buttor Extra cresmery, 1SI&J1&C
per lb. fresh diiry. 16c; packing atoca. SjJ
7E;;3 Frealistoi-k, lll-a iillc por dox. luatoH.
Drersed pooitry So iiu cnickena, t u;o per
lb; turkeys BHiil-'-io; docks, rj;i:ic; geese, S
4il0c.' Potate Bur.tanics, good to choice,
j(tTUc per ba; Hebron. 63 ;&:; Peerless,
5..,u4c. Sweet pot;tto;u Illiuuis, ll.oUijti.OO
per bbL C:anberrii Jor-eys, 3.UUi75
per box. Honey White ciorer. 1-Ib sections
new stock, 1.1(4 iltc: broken comb, luetic;
dark coinb, poor packages, be; strained Cali
fornia. 5oc Ap,ja Fair to choije. SijJd,
4,lj per kid.
Chicago Lira Stock.
CmcAOo, March SL
Live Stock PrieM at t.ie t'ninn Slock
yards today range! a fallow: Hogt Esti
mated receipts for the day Si.tMi; sals ranged
at J.4iisl-4j pilfs. St.W,i4.B0 iiht, f4.3rit4.ei
rotinh packiu.-. tt.3jl.S.i inUe L and tiaJa
4-&j Ueay packing nua hipplut lots.
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day
8.(K1I: quoiatious ranged at SAHjiG. 15 choice
to cm 8lHi;im steers, .0j(i ilil gool to
choice do, lair to uood. S4.dtl.j
ctiminun to ine lia:u do, $14IA4.3I butchers
steers. $-'.iv iA-xi st'jcxers, S t Vi.JH.4J feeders,
1 .T"j). icowj, i-).Uiil.i' lu-ifora, SiOi.oL.J
bulls, H.dlitHSJ Texas stjors, aal i5Joi.i
Sheep Estimated receipt for the day
ILUiO; sales ranged at W.r",i.l.U westerns,
-'.ati(3.Uj Texans, $2.UUdtt,i natives, and 3J
The Local market, .
Con. B-w, 43c.
Ust 'i1noui. tliVtftll: nclsnii. f'JlllO:
wdd. J8$10: alongh Sbui$7; baled. 9.
rnnrr sun vesctablss.
Onions 80c par ba.
Ba Mr Fair to choice. 17c; fresh
erv ti -.
Kece Freeh, luj.
Poultry Cnickena. 6c; tnrke ja, 7c
Cattle Butchers nav for eiro fed steers
7t u cows and be iters. SMS calves
Hogs -44 HO
Spnng lamb. a hea I.
Onal Soft, lOe.
Woodta.Su per cord.
Wool 13c per pound.
When Baby was sick, we cave her Castorta.
Vbra she was a Child, she cned (or Cosuxia.
Vbm she became Mlaa, abe clung to Castarbv
Vbea aha bad Children, she gaeUmia Caatorla.
Children Cry for
We Offer a Remedy Which. Used as
uirccieo, insures !afrty to Life
of Mother and Child.
Bobs confinement of its Pain. Horror and 1
auaa. as many tastily.
-My wife used only two bottles. She I
was easily and quickly relieved; is Dow
i- S. Mortob, Harlow. N. C.
V. .C.r-r'f!i'i!S-.8ol!.,J fn brugnuu. kaok'i
I v Miiaiitaiao mancu a r3.
k Brad field Reg rx a tor Co.. Atlanta, i
Kxeeotors Notice. .
ICttate of PI1II1 mon L. Mitchell, deceaeed.
The nndoi1irr.cd tiav'ne been appointed e!ec
nun of ire lai will and tesiametitof Pnilemon I..
M tcbtll late of the ennnty of Koca Ilaml. ttate
of IUinoi. dcoraae. herebr Kivantle that they
111 appear iietore tne eonnty coon or Hock let
and county, at the office of tha dark ft said ewrt,
in the itr ot K ck Island. at tne May term, on
the drst Conday in May nex , at which time all
Denton navmr elaJmaarairat aid estate are no
tified and requested to attend, for the parpoee of
having tbe same ediuo'eri.
All perrons tnueDiea to tarn estata are ra-
ques ea 10 maxe unmea:aie payment to ue na
Dated this 3d day of March. A. u.. im&.
Pu'L Mitch ell.
Makt U. Wau wosth.
WEAK MFJ KllZl VIZZ'ZZ.
Vist FEFFEH'S CBSnEi!
It acts Dowerfullv and euirkl. riiria a
Ctijere fail. Toune men rngalo Inn manhood: old
icen recover ycmttifni vtcor. AaaotatelySSHinr-,
anises iaCarsa'frwm, Ehms Viaalttr.
laisoteaey, K a-ltlr rllau, lt Pnrcr,
etthe. era. Falling Meaaai , Waatlaa- al
?. r-nd an r fecit Jjt atnue or exruwa aad
irjHterftitm. Wards of Insanity end eonntmptlon.
XVm't let drmrgiat impose a worthleaasiroatitme on
7roaNTOultyi?kifl a greater pi-out. Inaiaton bar
n PEEFFat-a MEkvifiwaCor send for It.
Can be carried in vest poeuet. Prepaid plan wrap.
per. I 1 per box. nrSLrfS, with A PaeUlvO
Vrltaea aaraaM to Cart awatefwaa abo
afflMiey. Pamphlet fre.8o!dby draaaiata. Addreaa
cold by Harts & W.tr.mjmt acd T. IL Thumas. .
bttily. Qaiokty, IVamemtty I
awouiay, ana mi ine train
of avila from early amira or
later exceawe, uie rmuusof
wteiwoik. tacknerm, worry.
etc. r uii st renetn. aevel-
opment and tone si ven to
every organ and porVon
of the body. riimpie.aLt
nral methoda. Immrrli
ate improveaaeait seen.
'ailura imnoasibie. LOW references. Itook.
cxpiaeatian and proofs malted laaalail) free.
EE! KECICIL C3Exfftl3, 1.Y.
i:Dav. S'-oat. n'Mt. WTamt
IHIRTT yooja' ahst latttws
p-tanaf fsi aana. yomait
no world hat ever known. It
artrwn thorn health. It will an wo thatr Hvea. 1st it Mother, hmvo
aoanathlBs: which fa nnaclntely anih mm wrttetleally yorfeot mr
Castoria, deartroya Wanti
Castoria aHaya Feverlshnoaa,
Caatorla prewenta veanltlna; Sotrr CnrtL
Cojtan-la, ewroa rHnrrheao. and Wind CoHe.
Caatorln rwlfaren Teething Trtmhlea.
Cswttrrfa, onroe Conatiwntloal and FUtnleatey.
Caatorla nentrallaes the ogeata of enrhonle aeld gna or poison on. ai,
Caatorln does mot eontaln xnorphtno, emrnaa, or crthor mareotle propel ty.
Caoterla amlxnitatoa tha food, regxjatoa tha atom on h and bowela,
- srlving healthy svad natnml aloep. 1 -
Cnatnrln fa pat wp In ana-sire hottfaa only. It fa met aald in hnlh.
Pont agw any una to soil won nay-thing alaa an tha plea or prorafaa
that It fa "Jnat aa goad' and "will answer ovary purpose."
See that yen got O A-S-T-O-R-I- A .
Children Cry for
Fiva Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or. Real Estate Security.
J M BrrORD, President.
F C DiNKMtKit, Vice President.
P OasaKiWALT, Cashier.
Began business Julv 3. 1890. and ncennv the
8. g. cor. Hitchell A Lynae'a new building.
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Beck Island Heating
izi Plaiabgng Co,
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, LU. Tel. No. 1288
. Sola Agents for tha Famaa.
SE1VEBS & ANDERSON
COliliZASTORS and BUILDERS
All kinds nf carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
t. r.BoraaTrau,. Ton Bmsxrrsxn.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Hea tine and Sanitary Plnrabine. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
f ml J t7FfA
CJiA Kese lrmy.
hatsM aad AiMrf bau
t.rm .' a an a written ffnararte 1
,: -r - , HvtL MUtlcam
For Kale by T. H. Thoxnas. Drujrjrist. sole agent. Rock Island. HJ.
tkgM T tTftT.
Me i.l.. v)U: ot T
LC F.iuauits. saniBka
For sale bj Harta UUemeyer,
tlailM if linnml"
aafaadlai ai aij. jriaalma. . -
wf Cnatwrta -arttn tha paxronaco t
mm to ayeaJc of tt wtthawtt gwooalnc.
fa Vtxrailaaa. ChHdran lit ItIt
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
iii m BODES
OA C SBUf AT
Ea Fa DORNs
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper House Block-
Incorporated Under the
41 F Lynde, 1 'ju? F c Penkmaaa,
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