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THE ABGTJS. (FRIDAT. HAKCH. 11, 18U2
When you a-k for a 'ocU'j
of Woi.r:-'.s Al:.:l: Ulackivj
fcc that you yet the jcr.nii:o
The real ait cL- made 1 y
cannot bo fiouht for 1
than 20c. a bo'.tlo. It i ;.
material and V.otih its pikt
There are in.it. .tipns c-fil re .
claiming to l:c -Jus; as p.t-d
for less li!0:' .v. I);".:i't i .
them. Iftho "j.-:t a p..-.
lias any merit it oul.t to-, i
without invoking the a''.'
comparison with cur A :..
Blacking. ' . v
is the name of a tetiiit which docs n.il;
that no other paint con tin. CHast painieii
with it looks like colored p'.ts. A -.
Uittle of I'ik-Kon will deconile a Miiiki 1
iaketfiillolKlatware. Ail r :.i!..i..i-'- :
A. D. HUESING.
Heprcsents. among other ilme-tned ana wel
knows Fire Insurance Companies he folio wing:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Com nary of X. Y.
BcStio German Ion. Co., buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German In. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citiicns Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
8un Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., or California.
Seenr'.ty Ins. Co.. New H-ivon, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. 0 ., Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The oil Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Jtstes as low is any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage i' solicited.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
c aic AGO, ILL.
Insuns live stock against death from accident
ardiecai-e. For rates apply to
ED. LIBBBRKXECHT. Agent,
171 Second avenue. Bock Island,
TO THE AFFLICTED!
V, hy paj hi? fee tnORnrk when the pea
ante prirpsof Tlie IVrul'hemiral To., pre-
iio-a irom ire irerriptHii of llr. Will
mn:.a pnvsieianol worltl-wine rrp-.it"
Vnillld Um suflemw from Senilna
lUUftl) MCU und Nervous Jtebihtv
of Memory, ciionclency, etc.
tai'v ear y in'll'w-r,1
MIDDLE-AGED MEN Z.Z&f'ZrVZ
Bt n-id lli:i'il r tntiiblfs. tc, wiil tin. I our M-iJuc
'if Tr. n::u!i. ii Orum utk! ihy CI "UK.
SEMINAL PASTILLES. XrSX:
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1ti't h:Ht'.v, iiiot-inl nt!cnt(n ti tin "4
ImM'n-e-1 .riit.ii'V Tcnr. ikri' riU 4-mi
tin! f Hi Kbwn m-l dirwttv wp.n tM
than Mwti.;jrh Mtlicinrs. n thi v nr- nit
f cl:ii'-ifc'i.i! t;.ThP l:isi nr jr.iro nn.1 rerirr' ..
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V, ilhnm friv;iiM t.k I k -. ;tn Ui.-nt'n tn.il.
1 LUiriO HU.Oi n-'T-t ,tim in on. to lour Oi-vs
UTERINE EUTRPPHIS VZtiZr'
in A r ru f - ir 1 -ifii- a.iu luiuriualiuii buji.
C;asalur..r o:htT. A :;'-
THE PERU CMEUItCAL CO..
IS9 Wisconsin SrhtLT. iMiLWAUKEE,
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
lone. A specialty of furnishing al. kinds
of Stoyei with Castings at 8 ocnts
A MACHINE SHOP
as been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done flrst-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
gPfX'IAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
state ok Illinois, i
Kock Island Countt. f
Ja the eircuit Court of the Janiiar Term, A.
1). 151. In Chancery.
Grorse Cleland, etiarlotte Park. Ciarlotte K
Horn. FredrickW. Hilller, Abbie II. Hit'ler
and Miriam b. Hlllier hy Elmore W. Hnrst.tbeir
inardian. David E. Park, Zella L. park and
John II. Park by their next friend. Sarah ParK,
(inti toner. vs. Joseph HlHier and John 8.
tlillier. defendants. Partit'on.
Notice is hereby nien that by virtie of a dc
eree of said court entered In the above entitled
rnne on toe firb day of March, A. D. 104. 1 shall
to FiidaT. the 8th day of April. A. O. at the
hour of 2 o'clock In the aflo n-on, Dion the
pwc-mlees btrcinafter described, to satisfy said
.reree, sell at public anction to the highest and
aest bidder for cash in band, those certain par
cels of land Itb the appurtenances sitnat , in the
cooirty of ftocc Inlaid, and state of Illinois,
known an1 described a follows, to-wit: '
Thecast half of of lot five (5) and the west half
of lot four all in block nine (fl) in that p irt of
the city of Mock Islanl that is known as Taomp
son and Wells' addition.
Dated at Kok bland, Illinois. lhl 9'h day of
, March, A. 1. ISfti. OL1VEH uLsES,
Special Com nissionet.
Jacks s & IIi'BT, SoUcitort lor C'ampl t's.
Do Animate nay Games?
I)o the lo?er uniin.-ils know how to play
tjnmes Or e remarkable instance would
seem to sho v that binU in their wild state
"ro in for"' tri;niieC romps just like chil
dren at n i.'hristnias party. Mr. Andrew
Crosse, the !isliii.i;ui.il;el naturalist, was
one day hx kin out of Ii is Mudy window
in a house o i the Qii.int,x-k hills. From
this viiv'ow he could see into a courtyard
a little tli-ita ire away, which was sheltered
by wallsami wasn-tnote fro:n any noises or
dist uro.ia.'f f nay kin 1.
I!y and b ' the naturalist saw a robin
encased in nvKin; the apparently dead
body of anotl er robin around and nr."nndin
acireleon tie pavement. It looked just
as if the livo robin h.ul fought with and
killed the ot! ?r and wis indulging in the
cruel triunip of pulling the lifeless lody
of its rival over .the stones, as Achilles
ilrafrsed Hoc or around the wails of Troy.
Just fs Mr. Crosse hail come to the conclu
sion that the strange proceeding of which
he was privilo;ed to be the witness wasthe
termination f a battle to the death be
tween two bird enemies, the live robin
suddenly stopped and threw itself on its
back as though stark dead.
Its wings were half distended and rigid
and its legs n iturned to the tky. Never,
apparently, h id there been a robin more
dead than it was Meanwhile the other
robin went through an exactly converse
transformatic n scene It had only been
shamming d-vid, and now woke up into full
and vigorous ife. Seizing on its feathered
companion, it dragged the latter in its turn
all around the same circle, and repeated the
process several times over. The conclusion
of the scene wts that both birds flewoff to
pether to sorm; neighboring trees. London
An Oltl Idea of the I. aw.
"You would be surprised at the average
layman's idea of law," said a Brooklyn
attorney some limeagoas he sattilted back
in his chair in the circuit court room. "I
mean as to their conception of its require
ments. I'ertais there is a just cause in
many cases, but members of the profession
who have prieel under the surface to some
small degree can not conceive how such
blunders are made. I remember in pais
ticular an instance that came home to me
some time ago. I was preparing a case for
trial nnd hun ing aliout for witnesses.
There was one man in particular who, I
heard, would b; a very material aid to me
on the stand. I went to see him, but was
surprised to le.irn that he did not know
half as much as 1 had expected. After a
short conversati in I came to the conclusion
that he was holding back something.
"After consid. ruble questioning 1 learn
ed at last that he did know a good deal
about the inridontat i-sue. After a long
and very accura' e accou Jt of the affair the
man turned to me and said, "I nni sorry
that I cannot testify to this on the stand."
I was somewhat dumfounded, and natu
rally asked the reason. He replied that at
the time he had n his eyeglasses, and that
as he had seen the occurrence through
them it was not. of course, evidence, lie
was but follow! 'ig au old idea that any
thing seen through glass was not legal
evidence. I soot disabused his mind of
that idea nnd hU evidence helped to win
my case." lirool.lyn Kagle.
Children and Crime.
With regard t capital crimes, by the
ancient Saxon la r the age of twelve years
was established for the age of possible dis
cretion, "when rirst the understanding
might open," and thence till the offender
was fourteen it w is "about the age of pu
berty" in which he might or might not be
guilty of a crime, according to his natural
capacity or incap.'-city. Under the age of
twelve it was held that he could not be
guilty in will, neit her after fourteen could
he be supposed to be innocent.
Since the time of Edward III the law ap
pears to have leeti more desirous to meas
ure the capacity of doing ill or contracting
guilt by the delinquent's understanding
and judgment rati er than by any specific
nge after the age of seven was reached.
Under seven years of age an infant cannot
be guilty of felony, for then, as Blackstone
says, a felonious t.iseretion is almost an
impossibility in in ture, but at eight years
old he may be guilty of felony.
The same author says that under four
teen, though an infant" shall he, prima
facie, adjudged to be doli incapax, yet if it
appear to the cour: and jury that he was
doli capax, and coil d discern between good
and evil, be may b convicted and suffer
death. Ixnidou 11 icet.
I on -Jio Danube.
Uhn is a most hilero-ting town to ex
plore full of quail t sleep gables, crooked
little streets, hotis. s that nod across the
way to one another, five centuries crowded
together iti as mailt acres of stone and tim
ber, tind often no viled to death; for the
town chronicle tells us that in WA 15,000
of the people died, that in 1S00 every elev
enth man was carried away by disease, yet
100 years ao the U n numbered less than
H.OOO and today oi.ly itlKiut double that
Now, with a Prussian commander, the
sanitary condition o! the place is properly
attended to, although from a commercial
point of view, the t wn sutlers consider
ably from having all the space before its
walls subject to the rules of war no one
can build within cai non range unless he
promises to tear his building down when
war bag ins. This is naturally discourag
ing to manufacture!. Poultney Bigelow
Sucking I'oiMiuoua Wounds.
Among nil people the sucking of the
wound has ever U-eii considered the most
effective remedy of immediate application
for snake bites. In Africa a cupping in
strument is employe! in emergencies of
t he kind to draw out the poisoned blood.
The ancients followed the same methods,
nnd when Cato made his famous expedi
tion through the serent infested African
deserts, he employed many savage snake
charmers, called I'sylSi, to follow the army.
They, performed ma-iy mysterious rites
over men who were buten, but the efficacy
of their treatment appears to have con
sisted in sucking the wounds. Washing
Some Object LetMtu.
Iet us see what "object lessons" chiefly
deal witn. in n normal school or the Em
pire State, a teacher cf primary methods,
proudly claimed by he.- principal to be the
best in the state, gave thimbles, scissors,
chairs, etc.. as suitable subjects for ob
ject lessons, nnd caref ally led her pupils
through the steps required to develop la
children's minds ideas of the parts nnd the
uses of these objects. Is there one child
in 500, at six yearn of age. ignorant of
these parts nnd uses? Mrs. M. A. Ater in
Popular Science Month y.
Wlij- There Are Not More Snakes.
A case illustrative ol why we are not'
overrun by snakes was s ;eu in the National'
museum in 18S1. when a large water snake'
gave birth to 101 youug. and .the male
snake hearing of it went over and swal-i
lowed the whole batch. He was playing'
"for keeps." Forest and Stream.
, A bird from far,
A morninu star,
A league of waste from a cottage door.
A purlins stream,
A sunset trlcara
Here is my kingdom-1 ask no more.
Kind di-Hli:i4 Snow,
And wrap the crocus from the cold;
l'or Spring's advance.
Has crown a little overbold.
Yet even this
A lesson is:
For, hear the thrut-h a morning wraith:
"The sun, ! see
From my tall troc,
lias lit the border! Where is faith?"
The snow is pone,
O bird! sing on:
Sing oil ILy numbers o'er ngain;
So that each air
The burden bear
Of "I.ovc - love love the dearest paiul"
For w inter breath
And winter death
The constant sum and impulse ask
f life reblcst
In flower and nest;
And Love is bending to the task.
In dust and nir.
The little gentle populace,
lleneath the siell
Of one clear bell.
Is instinct w ith sublimest grace.
In harp of earth.
In hymn of birth.
The throbbing tones swell wide and high.
To wake one mood.
One tidal flood.
From bourne to bourne, of ecstacy.
A bird from far,
A single star,
A sound of love at a cottage door;
For all distress
Here is a kingdom prepared for the poor.
Aubyn Bat t ye in Longman's Magazine.
The White Shark.
The most dreaded and ferocious shark
now in existence is the great white shark
of tropical waters. It is the maneater par
excellence. Specimens have been captured
which measured forty-two feet in length.
Whether it has done so or not, this fright
ful creature would certainly have no diffi
culty in literally sw illowing a man whole,
Edward Waldo Emerson, the lecturer, is
a son of Ilalph Waldo Emerson, tha distin
guished Concord philosopher. He is cow
between forty -five nnd fifty years of age
and interested, apparently as a matter of
heredity, in philosophical subjects.
A belief existed among the ancient Mex
icans, the Natchez of the Mississippi val
ley, the Peruvians and the Appalachians
of Florida that the siln was the radiant
abode of chiefs and braves who had died in
attempting some valorous deed.
A hive of bees is composed of the queen,
the workers or neuters and the drones.
The queen is the mother of all the individ
uals in the hive, and she lays as many as
4,000 eggs in twenty-four hours during the
more productive season.
Paraffin, which is largely used in the
manufacture of candles, is a pure hydro
carbon, containing nothing else than car
bon and hydrogen, being precisely the same
ingredients as in ordinary coal gas, though
in another form.
What areKrause's Headache Capsules?
To be brief will tell jou they are unlike
SDjthitig prepared in America. A few
years since ao acquaintance who for years
bad been a headache sufferer, until his
system bad been ruined, was advised to
go to the Carlsbad Springs, Germsny. to
try the effects of the water. While the
waters were apparently a benefit, still
they were not a cure. While at the springs
he beard a great deal about tne court
physician. Dr. Krause, who aftewards
became famous the world over owing to
the Mackenzie controversy during and
after the last illness of emperor William.
He consulted Krause in regard to his
bcaceche, and to quote the doctors words:
"Here is a prescription which if taken
as I direct, will prevent or stop any kind
of headache, no matter what the cause.
You will find the frequency of the at
tacks will diminish and by taking the
capsules when you feel the approach of a
htadacheyou will never have another,"
The patient whs practically cured and
with Lis permisf ion I prepare, and sell
what I have seen fit to call Krause's
IIe.idac.Le dpsules to headache victims.
For sale by all drueeists. Harlz it Bahn
sen, wholesale druegisU.
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's smoothing Syrup haB
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
bursed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child Buffering and crying with
p&ln of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle o! -Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little 6ufferer immediately
Depend upon it. mothers, thcreisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and beet female physicians
and nurses in the United Slates. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
A Household Remedy.
Allcock's Porus Plasters are the only
reliable plasters ever produced. Fra
grant, clean, inexpensive, and never fail
ing; tbey fully meet ail the requirements
of a household remedy, and should always
be kept on hand. For the relief and cure
of weak back, weak muscles, immense,
stiff or enlarged joints, pains in the chest,
small of the back and around the hips,
strains, stitches, and all local pains, All
cock's Porus Plasters are unequalled.
Beware of imitations, and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation . Ask for
Allcock's, and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a substi
tute. If other's Friend
Is the greatest blessing ever offered child
bearing women. I have been a midwife
many years, and in each case where
Mother's Friend has been used, it has ac
complished wond;rs and relieved much
fullering. It is the best remedy for ris
ing of the breast known, and worth the
price for that alone.
Mks. M. A. Brew.izk, Montgomery, Ala.
Bradfield'a Female Regulator
Should he used by the young woman, she
Who sufl-jrs froru any discr ler peculiar to
her sex, an1 at change of life is a powei
ful tonic; benefits all who us : it. Sold
by Har'z ifeBibnan.
Xew Of 1 -i ns viu hiragn.
From Feu 22 until Feb. 28 the C'. R.
I. & P. wi!! sell round trip tickets to N w
Oileir.P, ' ' ri Pirn ur'i! V-reV- 22 at
the rte of $23 3j.
h and 'will ever be
fn,n TnflnanM TtonlrnGriS.
f Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
TtAfn von need to Buv. cbtala
M-CBFP OP CHARCEW
k ths valuable book: "Guide to Health,," wi1
a n n n it :
r An RIP.HTFRA.Cn
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3 1 0 Broadway,
Prize Medals Awarded!
r European Houses. BadolBtadt,Len4on,i
Vienna xragHS wiisiia
1 50 Cents a bottle, For Sale
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says It acts nrentlv on the stomach, liver
ami kidneys, and Is a pleasant laxative. This drink
Is made from herl, and ia prepared for use aa easily
as tea. Itiscalled
All dnwrlsts sell It at Snr. and $1.00 per package.
Buy one UMtay. Lane's Family Medicine motes
Ihe bowels each day. In order to be healthy, tills
Fcr Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dogs, Hoes.
300 Fage Bonk on Treatment of Aniraala
ana Chart tent Free.
cmre Fevers, rnneeations.Tnflammatioa
A.A.I Spinal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
H.R. Strains, Lameness, Rhpamatiaot.
C ('.Distemper, Kaaal IHwaargea.
1. !. Hots or 4. rubs. Worms.
K.K. ('ouKBft, Heaves, Paramenia.
F.K. Colic or (Gripes. Bellyache.
;.;. Miscarriage, Hemorrhages.
H.H. I rinary and Kidney Diseases.
. l.Eroptive Iieases, Mange.
J.K. Diseases of Vigcatioa, Paralysis.
Single Bottle (over 50 doses), - - .60
stable Case, with Rpeclftes. ManuiU,
eUrinary Care Oil and Medicalor, 67.00
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, 1.00
Sold by Dmrgists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and m any qnanuty on Eeceipt of Price.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO..
Corner William and John Sta., New York.
-A S tTAVTT fT a TTTT1 jaam mrm.
IXLVUA i,UialiiUV m ft
SPECIFIC No.fi ft
Nervous Debility, Vital Yaakness,
and Prostration, from over-work or other carcws.
Sri per viaL or 5vta)sand Imverinl powder, for $5.
Sold by Pisroc.isTs, or sent postpaid onreceint
of price. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. Wiliiam and John Eta N. Y.
IK. ST. ARMiD'S
la the Safest and Snreat liemedy ever discovered
for all ihe unnatural dUclmrpes and Pkivate
IUsimses op SIkx an. I the debilitating weakness
peculiar to wo:nen. It has never failed to cure
the most obstinate case, iu men, in from 3 to 6
days. fN'othing that makes quicker claims is
safe.) It is convenient to carry and handy to
nse no bottle or spoon to annoy you. lteniem
ber, Tve guarantee it. Price sl.dO per box. Coin,
plere instructions wilh each box. If thedrup
ciit you ask for Pr. St. Armaml'a Prench Cure
has not cot it. don't let him fool you with his
oily tongue by selling you something elee in
etor.i, but send price to us and we v. ill forward
to you by mail, in plain, nnmarked box. Wo
also treat pati'-nts by mail. Address THE
HAZZAKAR MKDICINK CO., 2.0 South ban
gamon Street, Chicago, 1!!.
"ot'ce is hereby isiven that on Tuesday, the fifth
day of Adril. 1S92. in the cityof Ro;k Island, an
election will bo held lor the following officers,
One Alderman in the First Ward for two
One Alierman in the Second Ward for two
One Alderman in he Third Ward for two
Ons Alderman in ths Fourth Ward for two
One Aldarmui in the Fifth Ward for two
one Aldeiman In the Sixth Ward for two
One Alderman la the Sixth Ward for one year
to fill vacancy.
One Alderman In the Seventh Ward for two
Oae AMerman in the Seventh Ward for one
year to fill vacancy.
One Supervisor for two yea '8.
Twe Assistant Supervisor for two years.
One Asse.s r for one year.
ne Collector for one year
Which election will be open at 7 o'clock In the
morning and continue op,n until 5 o'clock in the
afternO' n of tbat day.
Places of registration and v-tlng po'.la will be as
First Ward rranklln Ho4 Douse,
becond Wao Phoenix Ho House.
1 hir t Ward -tild Wideawake Hose Honse,
Foorth Ward '"lmlck's Livery Stable,
Fif lb. Ward- Fifth Ward Hose Home.
Sixih Ward table Hose Honse.
Seventh Ward Gilpin Uose Honse.
citr and Town Clerk.
Bock Island. Ill , March 1 ,1893.
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J. B. ZIMMER,
Ilae Just received a large invoice of thelatist Imported a il Imii. . .
Suitlnss. which he ij selling at f 'jr.00 aDd up His line of ovrrrouini. r
west of Chicago. A vi ry ii-ie line of pan's, which he !s c!lit:ir r.t ;. '
and make jour selection wln'c t! e neck is complete.
Star Klock, Opposite Harper Hocse.
- B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Maikot-
All kinds of Kivh ami Silt Meats aU-:iys iti h nul (iam-.
Fish and Oj"6tr8 In tlin s.ori.
Reynolds' Block, Molinb Ave., T0CT OP ELM ST.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction t?naranteia.
Office and Sfcov 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAND
Billiard Parlor and Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, i Proprietors. ! VM. H. CATT0N.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
aaroas md rxE4t tix
For sale in Rock island by Hartz
hion.. .t'rv.'ii.'ii.,", l.:l,uile. :it' "r.'
OrumiH III eilhers.'T oei, I l.y ov.t '. ' 1
-. . ue , iMoiv-T-o, , piu in or iinitiinn i - . i.i. i
1' tion and In.atiity. I'ut up coineirent .- e .
tir ri fuitti ttif. MLOiirii. Pir,-iih,r 1 r,-t'. j J-jf-'s e
You can save money by trading at tbe Old Reliable
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Claasw?re and WV-den-
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Are.
C. J. W. SCHBEINEB,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 and 1133 Fourth avenue. Kesfdcnce 1119 Fourth av, i; ;e.
ti -i Pitt I - te
Plans and pccificat(orn f arnUhed on all clivt of work; a!o ap'!-1 J ? "t 5
Sliding Bllnda, tomething new, tylieh aud uetir..t .
Q)av6nport Business College
COMPLETE IN AT.T. DEPARTMENTS.
. FOR CATAL0GCK8 ADDRKSS nrt.Ia
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FALL AND WINTER STOCK
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