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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1870)
vC-leui.'WtJ Board sold for thirty dollars per
ihoti&md at lb a
And overt-thing else In proportion,
Cora3 end see Lumber sold Cheap
C W. LYKAN s CO.
430S 4S 8 f 5 t
v w ' fel ' ft., fe. fc. fc, ,
TO THE WORKINO CLAS.S.-r-We are now
prepared to furnish nil ellipses with constant
employment ai home, the whole of the time or
f.r the spare moment''. Utisincss new, Iizhtan-1
profitable. Persons of either ?ex easily earn
ti.in Cur. to o per e renin;.', and a proportional
tun. by ietoiinx their whole time to the bu.-i-ncss.
l!-y an.t sirisearn neark-yas much men.
'1 hat all who see tiii- notice may send their ad
dress, ami t-st tlie business, we make this
unparalleled offer: To mi-!i as are not well
atis i-' i. we will send 51 to pay for the trouble
of writii:it. Full particulars, a valuable sample,
whi' W wi 1 do to commence work on. and a
copy of Hi I'roiifr'm l.iititirii Votujutnion. one
of the bTjrest and best family new-papers pub-li.-hetl--.ilJ
sent free by mail. Rouder. if you
r ant permanent. Profitable work, address K- C.
ALLLN i L'Om iolsta, M.mv. apjowiin
FARMERS 3. NURSERYMEN
-voir.v the tim i: to nETYouitMoyny
We have a l it of Fresh O.-ajre Scc. purchased
in Tcxa- at the mill where they were ground
(Kit, aoti JiHuie.l all the way throusrh in wagfons.
i t- itiiii.LHiin.iu ij r cine, irtroauj jrennine
Apply to K. i. IovcyClark .v l'luiumer. V,
,rr-.v Hu'lncr, M, Ten Kick, Leehivc ttotc.
J ihn Jackson
NEEDHAM A WARE.
-Ilraltli, C omfort and economy
Three reasons f r boarding with
'GEOlUJrl i W- COLVIN.
OAK SJTRKKT, PLATTSlIOUTn, XF.B.
Two blocks northwest of brick School House.
lie bs a H TH IlOl'SK. free to patrons: hi
ro.-.nus ire well ventilated, and Lis prices arena
TIi os. W. fihryoek,
And dealer in all kinds of
Furniture and Chairs.
m its rp.Fi:T, ''third tloor we-t of P 0
PiaUsmoutfi - - :- Neb.
K'tpairins end Varni-hins nently dune.
S 6 F'inrral attended at the shortest notice.
Bead the following letter from
jne cf the oldest and mos
reliable grocery merchants in
the city of Davenport.
Acrccablv to my
promise to 3 011 when
here, 1 write you, for
publication if you see j
proper, a true state
ment of the good ef
fects of Roback's
Stomach Bitters upon
myself. I hail beer,
troubled with indi
gestion for a Ioii
time, attended with
when fortunately an
old soldier friend
came into the store
and recommended me
to use Roback's Bit
ters. I did so bv talv
hia small wine-glass
full just before each
meal, andtomy grca
joy I was relieved n
once, and am now
well by their use. 1
would not be without
them at any price. 1
have not taken an
other medicine since
I commenced usinp
the Bitters. And 1
can say with a cleai
conscience, try Ro
hack's Bitters they
will do all they are
recommended to dc
if taken according
Fkaxk II. ImL,Littu.
Off he firm of Deideback & Miller
Wholesale Grocers, Davenport
TVILLFIXD CCOnSTBLIXG ACCOMMODA
TION AT THE
Farmer's Feed Stable
. Comer of Sixth and Vine Stre ?. One Eioe
orth of th e Presbyterian Church. Plattsm
BATES k DeGARMO, Pr
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PLATTSMOUTH, - NEBRASKA,
If A3 AT
wm&mB&m m eet mil
A LAIKJE STOCK OF
Dry oc&s , Groceries, Clothing,
HATS, 0AJPS, BOOTS,
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Blinds of Country Produce.
Plattsmouth, Nohrakn, August 5tls,
IF 7 ere I7 fV
Which he will S SCLL at Reasonable figure?. Also on hsnd a
Fulland Well Selected Stock of DRV (iOODS, aid GilO
C LORIES, Which he oilers to the public
ZP Those knowing themselves indebted to me will please
Call and Settle the ame. JOHPII SIIKII A
April ( thdawlim- Rock Blulfs
S. BLOOM &c OO.
Clothing. G en' s' Furnishing Goods,
BOYS' Af-ZD CHILDREN'S CLOTHSiyQ,
Hats 8l Gaps, Boots Ik. Shoes,
BLANKETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC.
Main Street, Second Do tr JCusl of iJoiirt House
BRANCH HOUSE : Broadway, Council Blulfs, Iowa.
(Successors to VSiite Uluttcry)
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
ID :RL7 C3- C3-I ST S,
Arc now rccoiving v.nd liave on hand (at the oM stand of White & Iiuttery)
South side Main St., Plattsmouth.
The Largest and fdost Gomolete
Stock of Prutrs. Mo-lieiues. P;iint, Cliemieal? .Lend. V;irnihes Coal nil. Fi-h('i!. Miehine Oil.
J:irsrliiiiT oil. C:itor oil. N.-iiS-owt Oil. Wh tie Oil, llin.-eed Oil. Lur l Oil. Oil. Ks.-ential
Cod Liver Oil. :iml l:ire THrie'y f Nolions. I'erl'uuiery. t nm-y itnd Toilet
ArtK-les, K.enees, Flavoring Kxtraet.". Also, all the lVpulur
Sueh ns JaynvV. Aj-ers". Hulls. Peoville'sCoc". Christie's. Mope's. MeLain.. I!;iker"s. Wi.otarV.,
Wright's, Wakefield's. Juv S-ott'a, Perry Davis', llolcii'k's I'etitt f. Mrs. WinsioVf
ir. Wiiichell's, Iloiletter'?, lnke. Wallace's, Wft',
all others in genera use.
Brandies, Wines and Whiskies,
Of the best grades and qunlitics, strictly for Medieal purpose?.
Red or Rose. Oreen. Blue and Clack. Analine. Indigo. Madder. Extract Logwood, Pye Woods, Ac.
In fact everything that is needed in the l'rug or Medicine Lice.
i hysicians' Prescript ons careful y compounded and put up
at all hou s. All Drugs warranted fresh and pure. Call
before buying, nd see what we have to seil.
Plattsmouth, March 24, 1 STO. wtf
iouth Side Main Street, - - Number 9.
P i TTSMOXJTH, CASS BOUNTY NEBRASKA
the 1!; i..-.i.n OSiec,
S fleet From
LOCAL TT H iWp
Tlic f-tearucr ''Silver IJow" passed
down at 12:30 tin p. in.
The mountain transport, Ida Stock
dale, passed up this afternoon with Gov
ernment supplies for I't. IJenton.
The H. & 31. 11. It. is taking more
grain from .Plattsmouth than is shipped
from any other two towns in Nebraska.
Farmers are very busy now putting
in corn, and only come to town when
compelled to lay ia supplies.
A couple of goats arrive! at the rail
road depot this morning consigned to
some one in this locality. There is money
in raising the Cashmere goat.
Our local has mot too many familiar
faces to-day to admit of hunting up in
teresting local matter.
The Lincoln Statesman comes to us
this week enlarged and improved, Kith
a new heading and neT dress. It is one
of ourbet Democratic exchanges, giving
great attention to local matters.
Among the Nebra.-ka City delegation
to the I'rooks House on the morning
train were Hon. C. W. Seymour and wife;
Geo. W. Sroat and wife ; J. Ian
Lauer, wife, and Mrs. W. II. II. Waters.
A large party is e xpected upon the even-
in r train. i
About one hundred and fifty persons
arrived on the morning train from Ot
tumwa, Pcu Oak and Nebraska City to
attendthe opening of the Brooks House.
J. Streiaht, K-j., has just completed
a neat picket fence in front of his resi
dence on Sixth street. Others should
follow his example.
Capt. E. 15. Murphy, has received his
commission from Marshal Hoile, to act
ms Deputy Mar.-hal for this county for
the purpo-c of taking the U. S. Census.
Murphy will make a good officer, one
that will fully comprehend the duties and
responsibilities of his position.
. Corn is now worth sixty five cents a
bu.-hol. One beauty of selling your
corn in Plattsmouth is that no satksare
required, thus making the grain worth
the price of the .sack more than at points
where sreks are used.
Ilcrohl Bros, are progressing rnpid'y
with their new building corner Main and
Fifth streets. It is :J2x .0 feet, and
W. C. Jenks, of Weeping Water,
(not the Captain) was in the city this a.
in. He reports no excitement in that lo
cality since the storm abated.
F. M. Donington, Esq., has been
making valuable improvements to his
property in the south part of the city.
Among other things, he ha put out a
large number cf shade trees.
The thanks of the citizens of Platts
mouth are due the officers of the B. &
M. and C. B. & St. Joe -Railroads for
their generosity in giving free transporta
tion to guests to and from the Brooks
Mr. Wilson, one of the Penitentiary
Inspectors for the Stnte, was in the city
ye-itcr lty morning, on hi way from Lin
coln to his home in B'.iir. We were much
pleased with Mr. Wilson's appearance,
and judge his selection as one of the In
spectors to be a good one.
The several political contests in Otoe
county within the past two years, have
revolutionized their local polities. Some
of the leading politicians of both parties
have :pa-?ed that bourne whence no
traveler return"," and new men as lead
ers are taking their places.
from Friday' JDnify.
The transfer 'buses brought across
fifty passengers this morning. A part of j
them went weat on the l'J o'clock train.
The Nebraska City Timcs says it has
information to thi effect that Hon. Wm.
McLennan has been defeated for the po
sition of U. S. District Attorney for
Several citizens of this eitj' were 3'es
terday summoned before the U. S. court
at 0;uaha to testify in the ca.-c of ihc
J. S. vs. the fellow who passed counter
feit money in Vallery & RulTner's stoie
some time since.
Ex-Gov. Alvin Saunders and lady
were among the guests in attendance at
the Brooks House Reception last even
ing. We are always pleased to meet
Gov. Saunders. We look upon him as
one of Nebraska's best citizens.
We learn that a contract has been let
for the grading of the second ten miles
of the Omaha & Southwestern Railroad.
This will bring it well down to a connec
tion with this city.
The Central .Stnr speaks of the death
of Gen. Thomas as a "promotion''
That is a new name for death.
The St. Joseph Union says: "S. P.
Wheeler returned from Washington j es
terday, completely loaded down with
mail contracts for Kansas and Nebraska.
He was awarded about thirty different
From the Hamburg Times we learn
that as Mr. Riggle, with his wife and
children, was driving on the road to Plum
Hollow, about five miles from Hamburg
the horses became frightened, and tipped
the wagon, threw Mrs. Riggle and the
children to the ground. As they fell the
child tipped forward so that the wheel of
the wagon passed over its head, crushing
it, and causing almost immediate death.
The proprietors of the Burlington
Ilmck-L'be have our thanks for a daily ex
change. The llaick Eye is a wide-awake
paper, and advocates the interests of
the locality where it is published, as any
good paper should.
A proruiaent citizen of the State re
marked yesterday, within the hearing of
a friend of ours, that the Plattsniouth
Herald had done more to induce immi
gration to Nebraska, by giving fair, hon
est statements in relation to the country,
than any other paper in the State. The
Herald modestly accepts the compli
ment, and "takes stock" in that man.
J". B. Got. -on Ks.., ol i.Vt!ui( le U
iO t't'' vii I u-ii.t--s.
i A farmer living we.-t of Nebraska City
i write.-, a lotttt-r to. the Chron!-:h- of that
pliice in which he siivsmmy of i ho home
steaders, (himself ntaong the others) '
worked last season on the 3Iid!and rail-!
road with the assurance that their pay
would he forthcoming on the 15th of
each month, but that they have never
recived a cent yet. He thinks it sounds
a little edd to hear the papers talk about
the prosperous condition of the company,
and their ba'ance sheet, etc., while they
are unable to pay the me;i w ho graded
the roadbed at least all that is graded.
The Plattsmouth JltralJ publishes a
card in regard to to the Brooks House
opening with a request for us to publish
it. As no tickets of invitation have been
sent to this city we cannot see the neces
sity of doing so. C'. H. 2u:Hi-lieil.
We learn from those who had the
matter in charge that tickets were sent
to Council Bluffs, as they certainly were
intended to be. A large number of
Council Bluffs jtcopie were here, and we
would have delighted in seeing the gen
tlemen from the Xoiquncil office. If
any failed to receive invitations, at
Council Biuffs or elsewhere, it was
through mistake of some kind, as nearly
2,Q0i) invitations were sent out
n Stiturd'iy's Ihiily
Superintendent Mailory, of the B. &
; M., informs us that the trade with this
city is much greater than they hud antic
ipated. We find a recent article of ours con
cerning Nebraska has been copied ex
tensively b- eastern papers.
Two or three locomotives for use on
the B. & M. in Nebraska are expected to
arrive in the course of a few days.
M. Heed, of the firm of Reed Bros.,
Nebraska City, was in the city this morn
ing. He thinks Plattsmouth has gone
ahead wonderfully since he was here
Maps are the order of the day. The
Fremont Tribune has a map of Fremont
! and her railroads that is the railroads
she has and ought to have. Fremont is
favorably located, and is already supplied
: wilh two of the best roads in the State
except the B. & M and will soon
have one or two more.
A gentleman who u.akes stated visits
to this part of the country, and whose
business calls him through the rural dis
tricts, informed us this morning that he
was wonderfully and agreeably surprised
at the improvements in both city and
country. lie says that he counted Iwenty
livf new houses at one view yesterday,
and that at least fifteen of the number
had Iteen erected since his last visit to
that locality, within the last ix months.
Lucas & Co., is the firm name of the
gentlemen who are putting up the new
building one door west of Vivian & Pal
mer's. We are informed they will open
up a large stock of Glass and Queen: -ware
as soon as the building i3 com
pleted. Mr. Ilallowell, contractor for the erec
tion of th: temporary penitentiary build
ing at Lincoln informs us that his work
men commence laying rock to-day.
A Kan-as editor was robbed in Chicago
recently. The robbers cvidcntely did
not know who the fellow was. Perhaps
he was making believe he was engaged
n some kind of paying business.
A correspondejit of the Omaha lltr
nbl, writing from North Platte says that
at the recent term of court held there,
Judge Cronnsc disposed of two weeks
bu-incss in three days, and adds :
"Every person in this portion of the
Judge's district speaks in the high.-st
praise of the dispatch, gnod judgement
and fairness in his official capacity, and
his courteous deportment, to all who ap
proach him'. May he long live to dis
pense just ice.
Conrad Heisel shipped TOO sacks of
We learn that the fellow who passed
the counterfeit money at Vallery & RulT
ner's store has been found guilty, and
sentenced to the penitentiary.
IIescr brought in some fine rhubarb
this 'morning, the stocks measuring
nearly two feet without the leaf, lie
has a fine article of lettuce.
The Omaha llnahl claims to be
democratic but justifies Morton in "bolt
ing'' a regular nominated ticket. Ne
braska democracy is defined then as
"Miller and Morton " This is well,
they are a party not at all difficult to de
feat among the intelligent people of our
State. Cli roit iclr.
The Rrownviile h morrtit calls for ''a
division" of the Republican party. No
you don't Mr. Democrat democracy
tried that same game once before for
the result consult history. Fiemont
Ohio has oil portraits of its "sixteen
Governors. ere they all sardines that
they should be put up in oil?
They say that a member of one of the j
Eastern Legislatures recently wroe home
to his wife to know what his religion was.
and that she wrote back that he had
better call it Protestant and let it go at
A well known citizen of Topoka Kan
sas, has at his business office two large
slabs of red sandstone, containing, it is
said, three well-defined impressions from
the feet of a human being.
One hundred and forty women, in a
remonstrance arainst women suffrage
to the Ohio Legislature, express their
willingness to allow the mule members of
the sK-iety to "represent them' in the
corn-field, the ballot-field and at the bal
The man who made his mark is going
into the ch,ilk and pencil business,
Judea has less Jews than New York
A Liverpool youth of 1 1 earns-an lion
est livinsr by delivering curbstone phre
Josh Rilling says : "Eefore I would
pi each the Go-pel as some- ministers hev
to, for 4."0 dollars a year, I would get a
living as Xebudkednezcr did, and let the
congregashun go to grass too.
"Should Gen Rutlcr be hung?" in
quires the Christian Union. Answers to
the conundrum may be sent to Greeley.
Rose Madder is lecturing against the
fomalesuifrasristsin Michigan. - and de
dares she will never say 'dye' although
the is a Madder.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Carpets, Boots and Shoes,
Under the Brooks House,
Mkin Street, PJattsmouth, Aebraska.
-2rThe Highest rrice Paid for Country Produce, Hides, Wool &c."fcS
W HOI.EiSAL i: AN ) RE T A 1L,
QUEENS WARE &C,
Main street. Plattsmouth, 2Teb.,
Where Everything in Their Line Can be Found.
We Call The Attention of the Puhlic to
Our Stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries. Queensware, Notions
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
That we are just receiving. We bay our Goods as low as they can be had in t
market for CASH, and will aim by low prices, fair dealing and good goods to pha
all who will favor us with a call. CLARK & PLUM 31 ER.
HARD WARE AND
MATHEWS, DONNELLY & CO.
Would respectfully inform the people of CASS and adjoining cou ties that th
Rave just opened a LARGE
hardware and Agricultural E&tablishment
Where we are always to be found to accommodate customers.
FOURTH STItliKT.BETWKEN MAIN AND VINE.
f VR stick eonsists in pnrt of the following :
;lo.te! Sweeistake lhraslier. S(i.r:unl Keystone Corn 1 iauter.
weeivstnke I hriuFipr So.r.inil K
and Cultivator. Uueidu nd .Morniotith Cultivators. Dixon Iron IJaek Cist iitcel Plows, old
urotind nd hretikers. Peoria Model Kxtr:t hard Plow. Prineeton adjustable Iron Ream Plow.
With the celebrated Newton Wagon, which for durability eaniiot bo exeeled anywhere East or
West. . . .
Hardware, Cutlery. Nails. Iron
Wag-on Stock. tilass. Putty. White Lead,
Oil, Feneo Wire. Garden, Field and k lower Pctd.
ALSO tiKjSs CHOICE HEDGE SEEDS
The above eomprisesa few of the article?
and complete and to sell ut bottom prices.
And Kxnmine our Stock, that you may go
1E3. T. Sc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail dealers in ' .
Ilardivarc autl Agricultural Emplemeiiltt,
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON, BRASS,
STEEL 3? L O "W" S
Of all kind? and sizes, which we warrant the lcst in the market,
Tin Roofing, Gutters and Sponting Done on Sliort Notice
Are exclusive As etts in this county for the ?ale ot
Stewart's Celebrated Combination Goal
or Wood Cook Stove
Give us a call we will not be undersold Main etrect,' nest door east of the Masonic Block.
PLATTSMOUTH. NKliltASK A
B Vuzi A ti. Xto7 ta m M. Si. .
The Huk-eyc Tteuper and Mowerconihined.
r-vstooo I .orn lM:mtr . Aloitniontll Sttuik Cutter
Our aim shall be to keep our stock full
awav sat;fied if not HAPPY",
MATHKWS, DONNELLY & CO.
J, M. IIMMS & ;
Druggists & Apcthcccrr
IVU f ts I
PAINTS. OILS. VYY.i. N'JTI-OK;- .;
PERFUMERY. FA N C Y" 30 A 1 .
PURE -WINE AND LIGU )i
For Mechanical nn 1 MeJv f.irr'-"t
Keep constantly on imnd a full n. well ui'r
l'hy'tVmnsigiresfriptitr.y rnrefullr :r i : r
ed uy an exi'Tieuci'd i'rurzai. !. - ;
ruret inedicire" nt-cJ. Ail good.? rrrntcl ' :
e presented. O il te.d see.
Main Street, South I
The Burlington & U?,. River
R. R. Co. in ftebraska .
To their Lands in Ri.nee O. T. H tf. IV 11,
12, 11 and l-i. Kjst of !, r.h PriucijV
Meridian, in ' brsk.-i..
On Ten Years Credit!
Only six per eent. in'rre't on the v;'.;i.i' . n :.'
required for tho first y-;ir: th saiee II t'i"
second, und then, oti an i after ti,c ti- !. j c.r,
only one-ninth ol'th'e irif:ii.a! and deiai".Pi.
interest is jvyaldcakliual!y.
TWENTY PER CENT WILL BE CUCUCTEfy
From our Ten Years Credit priv. .. th" or.ri s
of the huyer. tl heo:y- i" f-jn. lo-.i leu per
interest within j""iir Ir-mi d.'ite of pim h..
as.l his rt'-emptiotr ' v.'iunt will Ll .i1. alu it:
On these ticnsroiis Ter.ris
At IoV prires, rnnjriti.r f'otu I t"
KH. hilO. Ai:. rv
LJUHT 10LLAL t'l.it AcitK.
and local advantages.
.is j.. r fiuui. ly
Annual HMjt:c in? vii5
p:ay for LriEifl, Covksi:
it, and AsDpic ?iiprvt
in -H uch '.T'!1iin
Facts lo b-3 Considerc
100 neres at na avi i(f! price of
on icyenr'eredX at '. pT-.etit.. v i! I '
cost, in v;a.-.v annual p.iyniert.- -!io ,
total sum of. J f
And l'itl imtik of sc hool L:i :,U, ut 7, j
the Ion est ).ri'-. . : 1 1 i ti t. 'f-n' ' j
sold at auction b.r lo an ! 11
d..llarsi,on loytar:, at i 'pi r I'U.t. j
interest, cost! I f
Making a dlirt-reri.-c in r:
r- :"l l irxiit ot
IV.it t- rnfor eoiop.o lsmi 'ii'-v.-h'.(-!i
S- hold L.-Ol.l:. t,;i v i' iji'' !!
coinloii-.d 'V?:h l!.taii't:i pi
ii. 'j of our
Take t'r example ti e av'Tsce pri.-e f
t which W'-.i ttcr of S' !o. i l,n,i l h-.ivr I 'l'-u
sold in Cass co nty N e '.--i !. r . t.p to .!.!.: !;.(,
an'l, bill aeits eo-!a T ; t! : i t '. : in t'-:i ; .r :. 1 '
iif r enu intert.-t t:ii: ti t;ii m(I:i of. .1ru,0.JC
ed'ict i'rovi tl.i- th" av r.i-to pri-:!
of -S for 1UI iien-s ofl!ailro...l land
on ten years trodtt :o o per rent in
terest, viz 1,7!! '
And the difTerence in f:iror of :-.
on a quarter se!:..'. (! I. u: 1
This comparison i . nt r...i! ; to j rove that the.
SV hool !.m:ds ve i ' :i -"M .,. i j.i.t t-
p,.i th.it tiif law ' f '!,:- .--tn'e brr, i-.:.,
Jiy lu-tiiul and minv r- '- -1 - .' !;!' io.m. - r
the ttthl ttnt'dii trtcr .'.. H...1 t!ic vl.r'l,-'- :'
tionoflhe I. A M. K. I:, t... I.-- i f ' v kj
th nn:' intflliircrit :ir 1 pi-:..-i t"-il rcn
l;i,.ANK PI'.L-EMl-iiMN ( l-.i-'i 11- V'i i".-'
AM! CI LCI'LAUS in., fuil p.Lr''.-u';ar-. i:r-"
luioi -lie-J ratir to Ml. itpliraii
Apply to or nddre.-s
UEO. s. li Alii? Is. T, :. l :..!-.
Ph'.ti mouth "' .';t a. t...
FURNI T U R IS
Lounges, Tabic?, Sales,
Of all deseriptiors and at ail pri.. ..
Ready made, and oM cht p f'.r"ti.'H.
With many thank j fo- ; itr' Tti s-'-. ;- :t -,
ail to call and iiair.in i my laritc n-j-i r.f F'J..;i
ture itnd Collins. ijr..t,l.
L 3. 1 Li fi
51. K rv.w. s v
And Puide to the
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
I n..l I !- 7.. . , -
i u:'isit.i in o nil i r.v.-'rv t,..--r t ; f. v: i -3
wibhing this ne,, :, t v-j'uj':'.- xr.-tk. . -
charge. should a'!.;'-. in, : .:. ';. i. 'W; :i -.
Sox. ,y Ci t'!:w;r,:i'.T ,V lai ty's ii'. , K, I
ter, N.Y. .lo. i-.v.T. i
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