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.THE ARGUS. FB1DA TV FEBRUARY 10, 1894.
smrm J. v m I . ' . k t .V XI i v.:i' 4 W8e Days ' now scominjly L-'Tur.il recall may IV rir.l wrinkles ami vallowrscss LabLctl :tr..l a fau!:!ivd. iihvays youthful completion retained I v the ius of Empress Jeqftte mi BLE It is a tleli.-iour. lotion f.r ln;T'trT: r.tl soothing the kin oun I'ml'iH, PimpLy . Ta:i. .S-.iiiUiirn, l'ezcma, Arne, etc. The pri;T, 73 iU. j Utll.-, v.;Il be refunded choulil it t.t:!. Tor sale by T. II. Thomas, 1630 Second avenue and 206 Seventeenth street. DR. W. 0. The Eminent Eye and Ear Specialist, will be at th Harper House Three Days More. Thursday, Fri day and Saturday, Feb. 1, 16 and 17. t-. - . .-vi ii'!!.t rt-irLvf,s. W. 0ASLE7 COFFEE, II. D. V. UAKt.K.Y t'OlTHK. M. !., -nl;,t nml ntirit. und prinriral of iLe ifillr Y.yp and liar Intirmarr. refer to n.tnp few of the nmnv ea-e tted hert. Hi mrnitx r I ran n f'T viiii to 2 e rnr( cured and iin ! r atmcnt. Mjr treutuirnt i jK-rfeetlr new. originated It nivwdf: it re t! nrr wotidf rfnl. and a a ni!r fie immediate Ui.etit. fomc to '. and 1 mi" en l Ton t rp a rasn eured. jnt like Tours. Doe not ny li(Trn ore how draf yu are. I ran Ull you in live minutes if i i ciiri? jou. Eobrrt Ki rkman. Milan. wn roiiipleteJr !eal in one ear for 10 years, i j'artlnllT no in the other for three year, "was eured in two mouths. ('apt. Karnham. of Molinn. wadrnf an J lial constant noip.s in Lis cars ' r three U'ir. und was cure-l In two trtatnit uH. Mrs. J. W. Titter!n;ton. of Krynoiils, who wa losinjj Lcr siht rapiil ". ' restored Iit projwrljr adjusted lensen. Mr, f iotolied. of Milan, almost blind, aibt. restored with glasses. Y. W. Ilaller. of Itatrcnport. Iiad deafness and noises in one car; almost i 'Bipietelr rure at one treatment. Jco Shield. "T-i Sixth arenne. Molitie, U af in W.th enrs for many -"nr. almost rowplotelj restored at one trvalnieiiL (This is a remarkable .e). . ret Sch tick, the jxjptilar mall carrier of Kock Island, was deaf in both "JIM nnd hud noises; henriny; was much 'improved, and noises mopped in "ae treatment. Pee hint. , ... ... . W. MeConnelV, of Hillsdale, chtld was"1 cross-ejed. is perfectly -ttraiht, after bein operated on hr Dr. Coffee. Louis Iliimnicil Capron had deafness and noises in bis cars for Tears, was much improved first treatment, nnd noises cured. Charles I'.aunian, of South Bock Island, snys my son lms sutterd with a troublesome ease of catarrh of the head and no'sc, and he was cured by Dr. CofTee in one month. J. T. DIXON MERCHANT TAiIXOB And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. GEOWE PCHAJTH, Proprietor. A Ootm f Itinsali ttf t. Qua If Eatpw! Tfcsanw. " MCt The chclceit Wine. Liouors. Beer and Clears alwavs on Hard The Beauty of other COFFEE A " i BUD STOXE HAXGED. The Butcher of the VVrattens Pay the Penalty AT THE DEAD E0U2 01" MIDNIGHT. A Nan l'pn Who Hands Is the niontl ' llit fiend Spam nne, Fii.tshlng It Jnh with the Mrar.gtln of the One l III Vict la Wh survived I!i4 Cruel Blaw. JF.rrEnosv!:.te. Int! , Feb :. Jam E. Stone, '.onvieted of the murder of the : members of the W ratten family, was W 1 1 V JAVT3 JTONH. hantml fit tiiMaixlit, TiiohfTair ns con due foil in a very liu-.incs.s like way. Thi-rc were tin rpocrliPH frtim the callows, tioop-I-tirturiity for cumuitic effect, and very lew witnpwxj.H. Warden I'aitoa hnj rhar.cr of t!in exern tion. He wan uitcii l,y iiuanls Mite CnmplK'H ami .7. T. Cailhraitli. At fifitcti niinnti before 1 J o'ti.KU the (i.iiiliiiiitril mau wa t:iken frc:n tlie cell by the warden and liis assistants aad couducted to the gallows. Those inviteil by Sione to see him swuna i.T were: 1L II. Uahde, Xeim (ir-au'm. Juliii 1. Kai(!ale, .Ii)in Ward. Sheriff J. C. I'Ciiin, M. 1.. Itdiihiim, Josima A. I'rtlmer, Washing jii A. Kettr, and John II. Spc-mer, all from Washington, lud. Nu::e of liis n-latives was present. STORY OF THE DUTCHE3Y. Ttic I'rlud rr N ither Afs Tx Noi ' i'l.iulitifin. j The crime for which "Bud" Stone, cs he ' was familiarly knoivu, was convicted was committed .ne.-ir t!i: viilae , of tileiula'.e. nine r;iiii-s east i f Wasle iiiKtou, lnu.f on the iiiulit of Spt. IS, lxn, and was the peculiarly Rlrocion an-1 lil.xxly .murder of Mrs. Klizils-th M" rat ten. licrson Ih-naon Wrnt- iir:i, liis mit-iiiii inn'P ( IIIIHITII. All wore I instantly killed with the exeep'inn of the little f:irl Ktlu-l.wLo lived Ar sivend days AnuiiiL; himself wall a corn knife he weut ' to the lionie of his vi; tinis at a late bo:iT i od the riht of tl.e crime rnd oiiservin; j tb:.t they w. re : iil fc. ilrusiii Wr..;- j ten i-itia contine'l t. his bed with typhoid fever :Monc l.uotkml o:j tliL- d.xr ami Ie Jmj nnsnernil by the yotitiirer Mrs. Wrat- : ten asked hrr lor n.tdiciue lor '.Ue tinith ache. As she tv.rtied to pet the remedy he struck her a blow on the head with the corn knife that rendered her lifeless. Jumping over the form of thcpnistraie woman be killed the children as he came to them, and K"ins to I he lie ! upon which Diasm Wr'ltcn lay he dealt 1 mi a biow that ended his life. The elder Mrs. Vrat ten tdept in an ndjoiiiini; room, and tiiidin:? Lcr ilKir hu ked he kicked in t he v li.iinw and entering the room tmished his bloody Woik. Stone cotde.-ed the crin:.; to his wife. I. lid . (die beim; imabl ito kt-ep the uwful ct-n-t. when s'.i.iimoned Vn-fore thr pranj jury told ail she k:ir'.v. The tunrder wen; no! (lisenvered tirtii nt tnoriiini;. when u neiiilir went in the limit- of ratten to see bow he wrs tr'-ttim; aiotiL'. as he had Wen ibe.vii with typhoid fever lor tw.i weeks. When he eiiterej the honso he vis borrilied tn isv five Iwidir lying in li:eral pnoU of Wood. Without wait ins to invet ica'c he httrned luU tc town atr.l gave the alarm. A tiuinlx't of citizens acromnaiiied him back to thr W ratten hotnesteid. luthc room to tht east Mr. Written, fl jearsKild nr.d the mother of Ik n-sm Written, vwis found upon the fl(Kr. Her t.n e ai:d head were sr mutilated with pa-hes that siie could hardly lie tcov'ii:7.ed. Her right lined was 'ev.-red from tl.rnrm!,d 1 he titu' rs on c r left hand were broken in Severn! places, fhowins that "he ha! e.ericticed iuriou epetitititer with the tnunierer. J :i t lie ne t. rcm Den-on Wrntten was fot.nd. His corpse was lying across the lied. There were three di-e; trashes in the head and (ace rnd fHiols of blood m the lied nt the Aide of It. Three blows had tli.Ied his life, and he had evidently died without a til niggle. The next room was the kitchen, r.Tid across t he doorstep lend ing to the porch w"as the IkkIj- of Ada W ratten. Denson'a wife. Them were tev era! wounds alnilit her head and body. A few feet away was the licsiy if her 8 year old I m lie. K had Itcu tak n from tiiebed, (truck tw'ure, cnnslns deep trashes alxne each ej-e, and then thrown to the floor. Near by was little Ktella Wrntten. yenrfl old, with a deep cutncrom the forehead. Appearance indicated that she must have struggled with the asasHiq, as the blood was sphishcd over the btireuu aud tlie bed close by. A little fiinher to the fonthwest, in the corner of thd itHim, was the tdxth meinliei of the family, a dnuchter 1 1 years old. Hie was still alive. Ju the middle of her fore heud was a deep indentation. It was at once assumed that robliery was the motive of the tragedy, as the old lady was in re ceipt of a pension, her hii'bnnd having been killed at Chattanoogaduringthe war. Jshe had prejudice agaiust banks nnd was supposed to have several thousand dollars iu currency in the house. I The butcher was taken to JefTersonvill ; prison immediately upon hi.s arrest in or j der to avoid lyuc hing. but was returned to Washington for trial. He entered n plea of guilty and within three hours' time had lieeti tried, convicted and f-cnteiiccd tc ! be hauged. A uhort time ago he added' another horror to his crime by stating to ' bia aged latlier who visited him in prison ; that lie had smothered the little fcirl Kthel ; with au apron nt a neighbor's house, ; where sho had been received iu a dying , condition, while tha folks were at dinner, ! aa be feared that if she recovered her evi- deuce might convict him. Stone's waa orubublv the moat brutal i and fiendish murder ever committed in the m. at. nt I t.d i t . h. .. .1 . . . . 1.. ii puuuxU for lobbery, but beconiisg XiigU- j N sncr.at the enormit t of t he crime the mnr derer fled, leaving over P. untouched In a bureau drawer, liis father is a welt respected farmer, nnd up tothetimo of the munier Hud rtotie had led a quiet, un eventful life, ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. To insure a. quorum Jourual Cler)i Ci ntchticld. of the lioitse. pro;ose. to de duct the day's snUry of every member who tails to vela, being jirescut .ia the tt.aii.ber. ; , Wiiataac.'Ind., has 105 widows, all un er O. ' ' Ti.c Burllagtoa tiowai lnstt?anca com pany has made an assign meet lor the pur j eve of closing up business. It had been iic.iop a business of ,000,t" i0 aud rcceiv li.g "i.ii,i ) in premiuius a year William Drydrn serving a sentence for t'.irglary lu the Wall Waiia ,Wash.j peni tentiary, was shot dead while attempting l j escape. lteprcsectntiv? W. Ij. Wiisoa has left Kans.is City for Mexico Anarchist manifestoesc'rculated in Paris remain threats to assassinate President Caraot. The Horn lake levee fct.ow Memphis broke. Five thousand acresareiuuudated. The emloyes cf the Northern I'acilic roail. by their attorney, J. V. Quarles have tiled in tho I'uited Mates circuit court a motion for a mcd'.nration of Jude Jenk ins' famous order forbidding a strike. Allx-rt Savcr nnirdered Miner Winlock in a li ;:i l.cn quarrel at kGUsville, Ky. (Jovernor McXinley will address the M.niu sol i la.uo of Uepubiicau clubs at Minui spo!is Manh is. Joius, Witter & Co 's.dry gnnls and no tit ns -tore at Ci'.railu.s. O., ws de stroyed by fire. I)-s, over cJ-'V ,lol sl'K-k, wt il,:njure 1. Iai--s en bui'.Jii.g, fc"0,3is). I'. C. Se'ons, the South Afiic;iu l.ur.tcr who obtained prominence (luting the Ma'.alH.'.e campnim. has comtueueed un action for 1;!1 HL'ain-: Henry libouehere. M. P., charging misrepresentation in the columns of Truth., us to tiiep.nt fctlous t.Lik in that war. I);siatches from Kio Janeiro 'sy that the iusurgr'nts r.re aiivnncing froiii t.'ie sOUtiionHio and that l'eixoio has sent' an army to meet them. A big bat lie is looked for t-oou that may settle the dif ficulty. A Missouri cowboy named ''Dick" ly th' insulted a girl at a Shaniokin. l'a. ilaart. irru.-- l to apologize mnl t;nder took to show the boys bow they tight out wesr six were Kaiily tujured lefora the battle was over and I.ytle himself was among ti.em. ISvcattse a l.oy in char;-! of a herd of goate near Iiredo, Mex., threatened to in to rm ou Enasto Zavailo when the latter stole two of th goats, Zavailo cut the boy's tongue out, BLOODY- FiCHT IN A HOTEL. j The I'uriil'.nre Mainr.l with the f.ore c! thr Coiiiltattants. MIAMOK1N, Pa..'1-Vb. If.. A bloody fight in which several Shamokin and Tre or: in l rsons were terribly cut rnd bruised, oc curred at l'isher'M horel.in the hitterplace. Tlie furniture of the hotel was stained w ith b!Ksi whii i: had l-tx-a drawn from broken heads With tl.e possible eswnt ion of' Harry lewis, who r.teived a f.-i:i:t.fel knife ihn-'T in the i.e. k. : ie resr vvi-! re-i cover. '1 liose most sen .c.siy woiindi-d arc : ! Mrs Z: pa r'isiu r, I'-iOn i.-.n .Tones. Harry I 1-w is, Kichard Lytle. Sprigia Williams, j John Winters. The trouble was caused I by l.yl'.ff, a Mlstvuri eo.vb-.y, iasultiag a j yoimif woman dc.ring a dance ! tiive the Treser-t Law a Chance. W.si!i::i.rex, Feb. lf..-'i'h:ro is Jutle rol wbihty of n;st trial claaige in taeiia migratinn laws nt lbs present s.w!L-a oi coii;rrcss, owing to tun poll -y of the house committee on iuii.ii,.a:un of r.sit iug chaiigcK, in order ll.at liie presat sys tem mav be fully te-U-d. tlti.-ti niiaiuir nf Xi-w Jer-a-y, chairman of the ho'issn com miius?, saiil on this sui.;v-l: "The pre-eut iiumigratioa l-;ws hauij t,s given a lull nnd !a;r iiial befjre wc Ivgiu patch;a3 ttie.u.'' rrr.v!-tua- i:paits. W.v.-:::n(,Ti.'. Feb. ;ii. Th? n:.-nt;:y treasury s'.alenvnt of denies i; cpJr,s shows that tlas toUd hividstiilT, e.-:pori i titins during th? mot.thof .l.iuu.tiy Isf'i, was .;,:: ;4.T!K. .-.g.-iia! f ; 'jr:ng January, jspj. Tim export at iorjs during the seven nnn'hs entle.1 Jan i.I. g-prea-nted tls.f;riis, aiiius' sljj.!.is sy: u-.uing uir same periou of m-' year. Tlie .V!u lii-,-nu rirctien Scandal. I.ANslMi, Feb. lil.r-Sec:v!.iry of St.Ve Jochin and Tivasun-r JIambiizer and Ijtinl C'oir.niisshiner IScrry r.ppe;u-el be fore tiovernor l.'ich in the executive oiiiee to show cause why t hey should not be re moved for neglect of duty as member of the Male canvassing board. Attorney J. 1. Ia opened the proceedings by moving to vacate tiie order to show cause for tha reason that the governor has no power to remove tlieni i:h members of the stale board of canvassers and that he is not clothed with power to nmove, it resting wbedly with the legislature, nnd that there had lieen no such willful neglect on their j art as the canst it utiou coLtUuiplalcs iu such uises. I'renU of tlie Fttllier of Waters. Memphis Feb. IS. The Mist-issipj.; river has cut its vvr.y into Horn lake, six teen miles below Memphis, and there is now a four-mile current in what was for merly the bed of the river, but which has for half a century lieen a cwanip, dotted here and there with lakes. The old chan nel of the river joius the' present channel nt Norlolk landing, about twenty miles below whero the cut-oil occurred. If the river returns to its oid bid thousands of acres of cultivated le.nd will be washed away and a cotuvcpouding quanity of new lnnd will in the course of time be made on the west side (if the river. iMielarrd a Male o! siege. New Ueiikokii, Mass.. Feb. 13. Tlie striking weavers at the Wauisutta mills have prepared for a long struggle aud arranged pickets to watch the miil pates aud see that no old employes return to work aud that "scabs'' do uot oiler their services. The tliirr W. M,r Lip-. Washisqtox. Feb. lC-Tlie. fol.oins ara the w.eather indications for tvrontT-four hour from fp.ni. yesterday: For Indians and Illi nois Fair, w armer weather: Hindi trotting to smth-rly. For Lower Alici.igan U.-ncr-eraby fair weather: col l-r in southern pirtioiu varUuis winilv. For Cpir Ali-h-iraa Fair woather, foliow-rd lr tlontiy; warmer: variable winds. F.r Wisc-nsin Fair weather, followed be IccreaM :j cloudi ness; warmen winds f b f dug t sautherly. xne tirrt uoui t nuccecd ia vcWitis - " " M.uStlVIlK U U" Grcgcr, a luttiiauical t.cjtrt of Ciacj- BRITISH -fESSEU LOST. Story f the Wreck I'or.nd in a Ilottle WasliiMi Aslnr'. J)Xnox, IVV US. A small bottlo litis been picked up cn the beach of Gigha, one of the Ilcbridss islands, containing a '-Jece of paper on which, written with a pencil, was the follo-.wnr: "SYll-EJiisi-n, ls'W-iuking mid-At!aa-tlc, Ilora liead. Collision k-ebertr. . Mate." The steamship TTcrn Head v-.-ur a liritish veitsel of i,3f!8 ton owned by the Lister Steamship cumoany, limited, of IJelfa.st. She wits commanded by Captain Soott. She sailed from Htltitnoro on Attgttst VJ r.r.d Hampton Ho.ids on August 0 for Dublin, and uuiil now nothing was after ward heard of her. The I'rimlci gast Trial. CliICAf.il, l-b. Ii;. The arguments on the moiiou for a new trial iu the Pitit dergast cuta were taken tip before Judge lli-eiitano. It is cxpeited that the argu ments will consume at least two days. We direct the attention of our renders to the ttdvortiscmout of Sim mons' Liver Kojrnlator on another pno-e. We have used I ho medicine in our family, and sire prepared to ay from experience thai for a torpid liver or a disordered stomach it is a jrood remedy. When traveling we initially carry some in our valise. From the Christian Visitor, Smit'u licld, X. V. Fc r Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslows Soothlaj syrup has been used for chihlrt-n teeihirto;. It soot he the child, softens the rrnujs. allays all pain, cures wind colic, ar.d is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Turcuty-livc eep's a bottle BHEUEIATI8I31 it !!!'.; srtarcJ ctiltrth? strin.-t UCi.Si. W263 tlaU.' Ot'rgtnuiisew.Tradeiii'k"Aiichor.' I-oot also en package for Dr. Bid tar's Srm : J F-Ae.ftichter&Co. fiswYork. 29 K!bSST AtfACDS. i Erccch Coasss. - - Oirn Glasstrcrks.i TiTft Frtr liv Korst Von Kf I?, r. Mijci i r houc :uaii.cy. t ec Is ai-U, II!. American Catarrli Cure. If "s I T!:c 1 7rni r-s.'y I r. r. Cilts Atncri-.n CatiiTrh rnre if the rwn!; of SC stuoy and I'.jimor; of the dw a-e Or -."o inr tt tnot s(j.-l:a-. !t Is alRnys f- r use. iv-'tTit p rcl to r ii-chr ncr storh It r-T -n-. o.e lieriD?. cur-s the li.uvki: a disu 'i-iriiUs:;. r-ino'-s t!i hend-icde t-h!tt-.::T'-. tp(r-iip-s iSc a::?eT tt-. pro- 1 i.n : i sr'C in' I'liliiu ! F..r Vl.oio ! lav it I Him si's--., no i.-'Tuirw in nle fru; rra et ..it- v,' Hi-, hr Tfl e.y . r w. -.. .n i .o-i-i j.wprn eirti-t, Jnii. or uiairj'i unyw at-rc for Zl i br ;i .Ir-ari-t.. tUrzA raneD. ' -r-at. Sai i-,J i !ucu-aa:h ttri.et. 'A : f r r ' 1jj 1 v-s ; . 4 4 a s - ' . ' L-"- r jj' 1 Pave money bv ouvtri vonr deco'--atea nua plain crockery ware, jlass wsre. faney sds, tin'ware. cutlery aud cvorytbias the line of kitchtu furnishing goods at MKS. KITSCHS. WIS. is:0 Third Ave. 5 cad 10 cent store. s? r m : S4 a m I ?Ui Mi Coiiii3iete :iJ"" ..... .Manhood end hw to attain it. - 1 Ust a mciicn! work that tcl! lie can res, dsscrlbcs thy effe;w, points the remedy. This le scienil'.cshr the most v&tusbie, artUtleally the mo t ts-uut'.rnl motifial book taaChas sp. pesied for jeam; J fagajjevftjf pag besrisg a li .If-toco liluiomiija in liuua Some of tn f u!jcu treated are Net vom Debility, Impo tency. Sterll'ty, Dsvclojieniat. Varicocele, TUu U Jsb-n L The -'tiieoOIng Maniajio, et. E.?ry .n hi wjnld know the gn.sl truths, thi p'sla fi-.t. the o'd sor.r. ts. and the new ci("-ovT!ctjuf mid'csl c eocs u arplie to aiarrt d life, rhiw oil atone for past follies and avoid future piiftils should write (or this w mderf ui lUtie book. It will be sent fras aDderseal. Atldrust the publishers. fcrW M.ical I . Buffalo. M. 1 . A Natural Food Conditions o f the system arise when crainary foods cease to prlv. build flcsli .Sit-; there is urgent ii"'-f? need of- arrest- !vt-J ing waste aEsistsncejriiist come quickly, itasft. k&tiii'ai food -source'. Hi:- ; . mm is cz condcizsalicii of the life cf ell feeds it is cod -liver oil reinforced, made easy cf digestion, and alr.usl as HANKS. tee kcu:;l STATE SA7I1TCS SAIT2. IPoItee, DI. O csCor.-r Fttteestn stret iir.d Ti:ni JLe, CAPITAI. $100,000.00. iisi-jdsiiiclto'.teeuivlaa i trit. Or.-i.!t 1 5 PcrCLM mm i'Ai'1 S3 llllTii. On:ii'rel ociier Slse t.sws, Oycn Trotn t m. U5 S n., anc Vefsrt dT tjt Satcrfisj tife hv? f-i ci'i U ?, ra Pr.nrTin PBis-swa, - - Pr'M"v !d. A.. Arssnnari, - - V"!c-l'--"sji J. P. HlZSESYAi, - t fc'io- DiRicTor.s: Turtor ionrr, 7. W. Wei's, r. A . Krve, H . A . A;ti.. ort h. G. U. KiivAra. U. A 'stos. Aitcrew tlur;?, C. r, Li4:ecw-7, Hiram Daj)!(.g. 1 Western InvestKieuts OrARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS &&de fc.r pnnte pArtTes Jn tie ff&r?eo pot of the kcji sj ta - " ' ;- i , Orchard State Elm!- of OBCUAaMt. SEr-HASSA. : , E. V. Dht, Prtf iJet;:. ! 1 l.B. 7vaT Ctshitr. HEFT.I'.EKCSs. XAn T,ya,ie, Jfeokere. ). K. Hv'jlr.soa, c.tuT tuii I;;a Ia-ionii.'. B .t.Jt. C. Orter. V. T. 'H.-cj IsfuVr Scrs, WSpsvM-' f- 1 1. (xirr;xinG,-?n-A ci.t.i;.l ; . ATTORSEYS. I B. c. cnysi it. 1. !'..m. i C0JKEL.T.T A; COXUZL: ATTOHSavs AT llf-!;rV u Ou'ue swita tlanr. over i-itc ic'. bsnlf. J!o -iy 1 iiii,(.;!. Lynai.'.' JACEO.. iV HU3ST. :A lCriP-TS AT I.AVT ofli-c in !!: T-lat": siia"i rsr.!: ;! K-x is i,L.. z. . pn-revrv. c. I . I'.'.L&tc I SV72KNr.Y vV ALICES, ATTOPXETS AS!. (fil'N"- !;;,;.(i'S ATLAtc ClCicc ui l'ecgiton's blvcis. I 'net !s;a-j!. I:', CHAtti.i's j. sKAE I r. ATTORV A1 LAW LKl-Al. l-r.-IVESs i- t'ffiec Bieck. ATTOfTNS t.s ti LAW Lo'.n sttnr'.iy. r.flo? coHvctij-v. 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