[Act] 5 took place in the town of Zdunska Wola on January 27, 1898, at 10 am. Present in person was Levi Itzaak Flesher, the local rabbi [who] announced that in the presence of witnesses Pinkus Bergman, trader, of 64 years of age, [and] Perets Glickman, shkolnik1, of 33 years of age, residing in the town of Zdunska Wola, a religious marriage ceremony took place yesterday at 6pm, which was performed between Shlyama Kalma Parsichevsky [or Parenchevsly?], a bachelor, of 25 years of age, son of an unknown father and Fraydlya, nee Lichtenshtayn, residing in the town of Seradz, and Ester Horovich, a single woman, of 24 years of age, daughter of Chenioch and Laya, nee Schtifter, Mr. and Mrs. Horovich, residing in the town of Zdunska Wola. The marriage was preceded by three banns, published in the synagogues of the towns of Seradz and Zdunska Wola on January 3, 10 and 17 of this year. The newly-weds announced that they had not entered into a premarital contract between themselves. This entry was signed upon reading by us, the rabbi and the witnesses due to the illiteracy of the newly-weds.