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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1867

T A L Bcmcb to JoHtlcs, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoralitn, cuti cucral 3ntcWScncc. VOL. so. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., APRIL 4,1867. NO. 2. r?iin)Cir"FTT a ikt Ha v - a r Published by Theodore Schoch. TEHM3 Two dollars a year in advance and if not raid br.f re the end of the year, two dollars and fitfy el, will Ua charged. S'e p iperdiscoiitinued until all arrearages are paid, txfce rt ;f the option of the Editor. E7A Ivertiseinents of one square of (eight lines) or jSSi.oneor three insertions $ I M. Eaeh additional '..iseitioa, 53 cents. Longer ones in proportion. JO fi piiixtiYg " OF ALL KIXJJ.S, Sxecuted in the highest ttyle of the Art, and onthe most iciisori tble terms. C. B. KGLLGi:, DEALER IX Boots, Shoes, Leather, AND FINDINGS, STROUDSBURG, Pa. March 23, 16G7. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office with S. S. Drchcr, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted" with dispatch at reduced rates. 0? An additional bounty of $100 a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1867

Scffcvsonian, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1SG7. EIPORTANT. TfaviDz procured one of Gordon's Fast Printing Machines, we are now fully pre prepared to print Pill Heads, Prescrip tion and other Labels, Cards, Circulars, .Letter Head?, Envelope Cards, Dodgers Pamphlets, kc, kc, either in plain or colored inks, or bronze, with the greatest dispatch, and at the lowest city prices. Our stock of Plain and Fancy Type, Pa per, Cards, &c, to which we are constant ly making additions, cannot be surpassed Orders from town or country, by mail or otherwise, promptly attended to. JESS- We learn that Thomas 31. Mcll Tianey, Esq., ha3 retired from the Mon roe Democrat, and that the paper will 7 fc hereafter, be conducted ly Mr. Green wald, solus. tT- Ilenrv Y. Miller sold his lot containing about forty acres, in Xagles Tille. to Dsd-e k Co.. for SI, 500. Mr Miller bought of George F mill and ablaut 270 acres property, for per acre. Lee his saw of the burnt Thrcwa from a Sleigh. Mr. Alexander AtwooJ, an em...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1867

Dr. W. H. WITMORE, HAS KEEN" IN SUCCESSFUL practice for a number of year?, with the ex- pcrience 01 uieuuiercnt hospitals in Europe; also, member of the Analytical Medical Institute of New York, continues to attend to all professional cases at his ofTee, No. "923 Filbert S'.rcct. Philadelphia. yu PATE XT MEDICINES are used or recommended ; the remedies aduiini?tercd Bre those which will not break down the constitution, but renovate the system from n!l it has sustained from mincr.il medicines, and leave the system in a healthy and per-: " fcctly cured condition. j DYSFEPSIA, I That distressing uiseasj and fell destroyer of health and happiness, undermining the constitution and yearly carrying thousands to untimely graves, can most emphatically lie curvu. MELANCHOLY, ujun.mw.uj, fciaic oi Alienation and weakness of ihe u.ii.d which renders persons incapable of enjoying the pleasure? ir performing the duties of life. " RHEUHATISH, la any form or condition, chronic or acute warrants cur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 April 1867

A Curious Anecdote. M. Feyrnet gives the readers of tlie Paris Temps a curious anecdote in regard to the Day & Martin's Slacking, which has been advertised throughout the world, and even on the Egyptian Pyramids : One afternoon, Day, then a poor work man, was drinking his half-and half in a London a!-house, when a poor and rag ged individual entered and addressing himself to t:iosc present said : "Who will give me a pint of ale for a good recipe for blacking V 'I will," said Day, a"nd he orderad the pint ale for the new comer. "Now let us have it," said he and his new friend gave him the desired docu ment. "Good !" said Day; "now I will give you another piut," which the unknown drank and then took his leave. The next morning Day sought one of bis friends, a coninierical traveller named iMarun, ana suowea mm the recipe. They made a quantity of the blacking and filled all the old bottles they could ootain wit n tne mixture. Ims done, a friend of the partners went to all the grocer...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1867

I H -4 M Mm m W W! i 1 1 V Bcuoko to politics, literature, agriculture, Science, iitovolitn, nub aural 3ntcUig ence. VOL: 26. Published by Theodore Scboch. . TERMS Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid twfre the end of the year, two dollars and fitfy ct. will be charged. No piperdiscoiitinued until all arieaiagcsare paid, except at the oprion of the Editor. iD'Alvertiseinents of one quareof (eight lineslor lesn, one or three insertions $1 51). Each additional i isertion, 50 cents. Longer ones in propoition. OF ALL KINDS, Executed in the highest style of the Art.andonthe most reasonable terms. C. II. KEL7,EK, DEALER IX Boots, Shoes, m Leather, AND FINDINGS, STROUDSBURG, Pa. March 23, 1SG7. S. HOIUTZES, Jr. ATTO RNE Y-AT-L A W, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office with S. S. Drcher, Esq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. OCT An additional bounty of $100 and of $30 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FREE OF EXTRA CHARG...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1867

-A'.... irw i)c Mfcvsoiiicm, THURSDAY, APRIL 11,1867. IMPORTANT. Having procured. ouo of Gordon's Fast Printing Machines, we arc now fully pre prepared to print liill Heads, Prescrip' tion and other Labels, Cards, Circulars, Letter Heads, Envelope Cards, Dodgers, Pamphlet &c, &c, either in plain or colored inks, or bronze, with the greatest dispatch, and at the lowest city prices. Our stock of Plain and Fancy Type, Pa per, Cards, &.c, to which we are constant y making additions, canuothe surpassed Orders Iroin town or country, by mail or otherwise, promptly attended to Jy Our Orst and fourth pages con tain a host of good things for tho reader's perusal. I,-. mm m CGT Tha weather still continues very fine, and with the warble of the robiu and blue bird, fixes the arrival of spring to a certainty. Among the 1st ol April changes last week, we forgot to mention that o Wm. Keiser, who ha removed his stove and tinware store into the rooms vacated by Jack Lee, next doer below t...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1867

Auditor's .-Notice.. Estate of JOSEPH ALTEMUS, dec' J. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe coun ta, to make distribution of the Li lance in the hands of Joseph Troch,- Administrator, to and among1 tlio creditors, hereby gives notice, that he will attend to the dut.es of his appointment on Friday, the 10th day of May next, at 10 o'clock, a. rn., at the Prothonotary's office, in the bormgh of Stroudsburg, at which time and place, all persons having an' just claims or demands against said fund, will present the sninc or le forever debarred from coming in for any share thereof. TITO'S.- M. McILHANEY, April II, 16G7. Auditor. Auditor's Notice. Estate of EDWARD II WK, deceased. The undersigned Auditor, appointed ly the Court of Common Picas of Monroe coun ty, to mak? distribution of the balance in t!;c hands of John S. Fisher, Administrator, to nnd among the creditor?, hereby gives notice, that lis will attend to the duties of his ap pointment oh Satu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 April 1867

Schuykill County. , . For some years past Schuykill county lias not been governed by Pennsylvania, but by the "Miner's Union." Kxception thould be made of a few months, when the United States interposed, and sent Gen. Siegle there with a regiment or two of troops. The strong hand of military discipline reduced the members of the Union" to some sort of outward respect for the rights of their fellow citizens. Coal having receded very greatly in price, the "Union" men arc on a strike. So far, well. Men who have labor to sell, and if they do not see fit to part with it on the terms offered, have an undoubted right to keep it, so long as they pay their war, and do not get on to the pauper lists. But this is not the point at which they stopped. A notice was posted through the county, in these words : March 1, 1S67. "Take notice from this time, if you want to live, for I think your time will be very short, so you must look out for all you get, and any man on the colliery until the l) ceuts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1867

THE - JEFFEKSONI AN. Beuoicu to politic, fitcroturc, agriculture, Science, iHoraliin, aui cncral intelligence. VOL. 2C. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERM-Two dollars a year in advance-arid ifnr.t p.iil -e the nd of the year, Uo dollars and fiify Ct. will be rharged. No D.irer(iiiMntinucl until aM arrearages are paid, cxcent at the option of the Editor. Uertisements of one sqtinrenf (eight lineiOor 1cm. one or thre insettions $1 50. Earh additional i nertKin, 53 cents. Logger ones in propoilion. JOil PRIXTIKG, Or ALL KINDS, Executed inthe highest Myleofthe Art.andonthe most icasoirtble terms. C. B. KELLCK, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Leather, AM) FINDINGS, STROUDSBURG, Pa. March 23. 1807. S. IIOLIIES Jr. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office xcith S. S. Dreher, Eq. All claims against the Government prose cuted uith disoatch at reduced r tes. 07" An additional bounty of 100 and of $50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FBEK OF extra charge. August 2, 1866....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1867

ijc jTclTcvsomnn, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1867. IMPORTANT. Having procured one of Gordon's Fast Printing Machines, we are notr fully pre prepared to print Rill Heads, Prescrip tion and other Labels, Cards, Circulars, Letter Heads, Envelope Cards, Dodgers Pamphlets, &c, Ac, either in plain or colored inks, or bronze, with the grcatcs dispatch, and at the lowest city prices Our stork of l'laiu and Fancy Type, Pa per, Cards, Ac., to which we are constant ly making additions, cannot be surpassed Orders from town or country, ly mail or otherwise, promptly attended to! LOCAL XEW3- Our subset ibers. anil others livir: i-.bout theconnty are particularly iKjncsted to tend J t!ie pnrtUMitii'S ot such iil.tlUMS el interest s may ir.uia j'iie in tlif ir several l"ca lilies. Marriages, iie.iihs. nc -idmts. rtianccsin resilience, s!c of . cil-Cj-t.iie. pr i pt?lin., .f unnoitHi.t im-ctiiic?. new improvements &r... aie all wauled to nude u a melange f home i:ews interesting to every Uxly. Stal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1867

FOR SALE, TWO NO TOP BUGGIES; ALSO, A Pine Young Horse For particulars app'yat liujLliNSlIUAD'S Drugstore. StrouJsburg; April 11, 16G7.-2t. GEO. Ei. '.WALJiEK, " Professsor of Music, "Will take a limited number of Scholars cn the PIANO-FORTE and MELODEON. For further particulars npp'v at the Stroudsburg Hotel. April 11, 'G7. CTW. SEtP, hi. D., Physician and Surgeon, Has removed his office and residence to the building-, lalely occupied by Win. Davis, Esq., on Main-street. Devoting1 all his time to hi3 profession he will be prepaied to an swer all calls, cither day or night, when not professionally engaged, with promptness. (jf Charges reasonable, j) Stjoudiburg, April 11, lSGT.-tf. '0 fries of Jackson Oir. Co., j Stroudsb-uko, P.v., April 5, 1SG7. J At a mectiTrg of the Directors cf the Jack s ,n 0;l Co., held at their office on the above named hv, it was resolved to sell at public out-cry, all the remaining unsold Working Capital Mock of said Company. Said sale will take place at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 April 1867

Povoit Marshal General's Report We hajre received a pinted copy of the Fiual Report of the Provost Marshal Gen eral of the United States, which gives a detailed ttateiueot of the transaction ol each District Provost Marshal's office. The following extracts will be of interest to the citizens of the 11th District of Peuu'a, inasmuch as the information could not before be obtained in consequence of an orJer prohibiting Provost Marshals from making public the business of their office. The Provost Marshal' effice of the llth District of Penn'a was opened at Kaston on the lGth day Maj, 1103, and closed Dec. 21st, lSG.", a period of uear ly three years During this time the re cordi and business of the Gth, 10th and 12th Penn'a Districts were transferred to the office of the llth District for settle laent, and Col. Yohe appointed Prwost Marshal over all the territory included in these districts, iu addition to the llth originally in his charge. The Srst U. S aran was maae m the llth LMtnct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1867

rri --- " "Hji . it- Bcuotcb to politics, fitcrttfurc, Agriculture, Science, . iHoraHtn, anb cucral ShtcHigcnre. VOL. 20. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERWJ-Two dollars a year in advance and if not paid bef rc the end of the year, two dollars unU fiifV ;t. wit! B charged. No papcrdiwontinuci! until all arremarcsare paid ixcent at the option of the Editor. ' IC7A Uertiseineuls of one tquarenf (cigl.t lineslor les. one or three insertions $ I 50. Each additional iisertton. 50 cents. Longer ones in propoitton. JOS PRINTING, OF ALL KIND8, Executed in the highest ftyle of the Art, and ontbe most icasoirible terms. C. 15. KELfiEIC, DEALER IN Boots, Shoes, Leather, AM) FUNDINGS, STROUDSBURG, Pa. March 29, 18G7. . holmes, j p. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office with S. S. Drehcr, JJsq. All claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rites. OCT" An additional bounty of 8100 and of 50 procured for Soldiers in the late War, FBEK OF EXTRA C...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1867

vlI)c JcfFcrsonian, THURSDAY, APKIL 25,1867. IMPORTANT. Having procured one of Gordon's Fast Printing Machines, re are now fully pre- prepared to print Dili Heads, Prescrip tion and other Labels, Cards, Circulars, Letter Heads, Envelope Cards, Dodgers. Pamphlets, &c., &c, either iu plain or colored inks, or bronze, with the greatest dispatch, and. at the lowest city prices. Our stock of Plain and Fancy Type, Pa per, Cards, &c, to which' we are constant ly making additions, cannot be surpassed Orders from town or country, by mail or otherwise, promptly attended to LOCAL NEWS' Our subscribers, and others living About thT county are particularly irqucsteu to senu in ln particulars i! ssiirti m.illrrs of interest as may Iran fire in their several localities. Man infies, ('epulis, ac- ndents. clianacs in lesulenee. Rale of ic.i-etate. pr- ceedines f important nieeiincs, new improvement, A.C.. aie all wanted t intKe up a melange f home liews interesting to every body. Stale tv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1867

GEO. 1a. WALKER, Professsor of Music, Will take a limited number of Scholars on the PIANO-FORTE and MELODEON. For further particulars apply nt the Stroudsburg Hotel. , April 11, '07. nc7v7sEtp, m. 7d Physician and Surgeon, Has Temovcd his office and residence to the building, lately occupied by Wm. Davis, Esq., on Alain stroet. Devoting all his time to his profession he will be prepared to an swer all calls, either day or night, when not professionally engaged, with promptness. . ' OCT Charges reasonable. jQ Stroudsburg, April 11, lSJ7.-tf, Off icr op Jackson Oil Co., SxuouDStiCMrt, Pa.. April 5, 1867. -At a meeting of the Directors of the Jnck su'n Oil Co., held at their office on the above named d.iy, it was resolved to sell nt public out-cry, all the remaining unsold Working Capital Stock of said Company. Said sale will take place at the office of the Company, April 27th, nt 2 o'clock, p. tn. J. LANTZ, Secretary. April 11. -3t. Auditor's Notice. Estate of XATIIAX E. EVERETT, dece...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 April 1867

Kasby on Odor. Mr. Nasby lias been taking a retrospec tive view of the political situation, and is horrified in discovering that the New York World, the organ of the Democracy, averts that the oder of the nejrro is not more offensive than that of the white uai. He thus discourses: Rut w;it mark the dcmoralizashcn uv the Denyjcrisy the most, is the follcriu extract wich I cut from the Noo York WurlJ, wunst our trusted orgin. I have not the heart to rewrite it. I paste the flip onto the paper, hence I am not re fpondaille for sich errors uv orthojjrafy and grauamcr ez may be discovered iato it. Here it is : "As regards the popular notion of the odor of the negro, it may be positively statei that he, in this respect, is like the white a clean negro being free from it, and a foul one cursed by it. Rf this be troo ef the nigger don't stint, then Noah got tite and Ham wuz cuat iu vane then I'aul sent back Onesi nius for r.othin and Ilagar is of no more interest to the Dimocricy than any o...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1867

"the jeffersonian"-" BcuotcH to politics, fiteroturc, Agriculture, 'Sdciue, illoraliti), curt cncrol intelligence. VOL, 26. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., MAY 2, ISG7. NO. C Published by Theodore Sckocli. TERMS-Two dollars a year in ndvancr and if not p.iid bff ire tti! end of the year, lo Uoliars and filfy ot. wilt he charged. No p:ipjr discontinue! unlit all arrearages a re paid, "cicept at tfitt option of the Editor. ICrMvertiseinentsof one square of (cigt.t lineslor ler?, rtneor three insertions $ I 50. E.irh mlditional Knscrtion, 53 cents. Longer ones in propotUt,n. JOB PRIXTI!!G, OF ALL KINDS, Executed inthe highest My le of the Arl.tnd onthe most iciusoritble terms. C. 15. HLLLLIS, DEALER IX Boots, Shoes, Leather, AXD FINDINGS, STROUDSBURG, Pa. March 23, 1867. " S. EIOLUES, Jr. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, AND GENERAL CLAIM AGENT. STROUDSBURG, PA. Office icith S. S. Drcher, Esq. AH claims against the Government prose cuted with dispatch at reduced rates. 07" An additional bounty of 100...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1867

L f -It Ml ; i ; - - ! i .; - .J i n it! I SI i f : ; I y. ' ' i i l - -t i I. ' ?. : i : . ) i : v !)c IFdTcrsonian, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 18G7. IMPORTANT. Having procured one of Gordon's Fast Irintinr Machines, we arc now fully pre prepared to print Bill Heads, Prescrip tion and other Labels, Cards, Circulars, Letter Heads, Envelope Cards, Dodgers, Pamphlets, &c., Sic, either in plain or colored iuks, or bronze, with the greatest dispatch, and at the lowest city prices. Our stock of Plain and rancy Type, Pa per, Cards, &c., to which we are constant ly making additions, cannot be surpassed Orders from town or country, by mail or otherwise, promptly attended to. LOCAL NEW 6- Our subscribers, and others living bout rt.e county are particularly irqueMed to send n. the particulars of sticlt mailers of interest as niav truiis fwe ia then several localities. Miimage, deaths, nc- .,-,, ..n ins in lesiiivnce, snlis or i e.tl-t-f tate. pro ceeumirft of important mipiirnr Ac... aie alt Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1867

NEW STORE JUST OPENED WITH JNEW GOODS. Buy your Dry Goods of . IR. IP. fc H. D. BTTSI-I, Comer of Main &, Chestnut-Streets, .Next Door to Washington Hotel, . STROUDSBURG, PA., Wlm linvft inst receiver! from Nmr.VnJ. TK:i.,!..r..t l J 1 LAKUESI Am BEST SELECTED STOCK in market, consisting of Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Shawls, Cassimeres, a full assortment of HOSIERY, TIONS, too numerous to mention. A full line of Carpets, Floor jvu ui which win oe soioat Hie - May 2, 1867.-1 jr. REGISTER'S NOTICE. WOTICE is hereby given, to all persons interested in the Estates of the re spective decedents, that the following Accounts have been filed in the Regis ter's Ofiice of Monroe county, and wilfbe Account of Jonas Murphy, Executor, &c, of (jeorge Murphy, deceased. Account of fleorgc G. Hawk, Adm'r, tv2., of Elizabeth Ruff, decease J. Accouut of John Krcge, Adru'r, &c, ofl'oct Ernst Sallman, deceased. Account of Daciol Andrew, Adm'r, ivc, of Matthias Frantz, deceased. Accouut of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 May 1867

An Irishman's Will. : In the name of God aiuen. I, Timothy Doolan, of lJallydownderry, io the coun ty of Clare, Farmer, being sick and wake 'i the lejis, but of sound head and warm of heart, (J lory bo to God, do make this me first. and last will, and ould and new Tes taments. And first, I give me sow! to the Lord when it j.lazes him to take it and tdiure uo thanks to me aither, for I can't help it thin, and me body to buried in the proun, in IJallydownderry Chapel where ll me kith aud kin that have gone before ujc, and tliitu that live after mc bclongin to mc, lie buried, peace to their ashes aud may the pod. rest lightly on their bones .Jiury me near me Godfather, Felix O' Flatherty, bechuxte and between biu aud me Father and Mother, who lie all separated together at the other side of the chapel yard. I lave the bit ot ground, containing tiu acres (rale ould Irish ones,) to me eldest son Tim, after tho death ol his mother, if she survives him. Me daughter Mary and her - husband, O...

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