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   Era, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1886, Bradford, Pennsylvania                               A THE ERA. M'KBAN PAM WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1886. THE COINAGE Till- HIG CON tlHjISOM.lli'of UK ulo.Ui lie O csln'ii Jim 1- -V the Sena- LO WLrfl in llieir proceed begin ind i ot petitions .ntrodnction of 1 ilia vns wulor I tajti I T rite asked llic immedmle motibil pnrcbue of the New Pro Dg p op ti foi the mii of llie ler Liieiil's DepirluKul Tho rmftu sked permission of the nliscnt ftftcr to morrow for .cuetik uud designated tooccupj tbechiir during No objection wn3 mado nnd an will leave for Columbus ht to look ifler UH re clec eck revived the Lustis silver tint tlio resolution 5wn considered by Hie T nirce Com ijTbt' thnt no decision bid been be desired to introduce n sub it nlMJ referred to tbo runs Committee Tte substitute provides Hint the Sccrc ..irf the Tren urj sli ill be directed in tewmeol r Ihe pnncipil and interest 1 The pub debt to p ij out nufl ritn com m r oporuon us neir is Lbe that ..old and s her we e icccivcd customs duties thcprevioi jljur Die re-oluiiou was tier-red us from il c finance Commit reported aior n bill lit Secrttary of Trevmy to issnr n Ji posit lo tbc Peo Silionl bink o I iwieucebuig Ind Jlwbill onnolion of Mi Hirnson wa limt ndpmed loali it 1 o clock resumed bis i i iterrup cd tbo executive jtuionol vcstcrrtnv The I nnclon com a tie ol nud be quoted from statistics to show tbat so far from Ihc piopneay made nt tbe tioio of the passive of tho Ehud net tlmt the gold wonld pour oatoi the having been was the truth It would be ko coutmued that gold had been eiruintfiu md ailyer had been going out He denounced the scheme for the demon eiiy-fition ol aiheris i crime against right humanity ind emulation It uns the duU of the Democratic party to protect tbd people ijxaiust tbib canning iud icked of robben Mr lilnml of siid thnfe lie had .10 thnt the CommitLee on ami Measures would lepoit somo nensnre ou Lbe silver question IIL nu enrly diy nud i necessary give weeks for discus He thertfoie moved thit the com rmttee wait m order Lhut tbe dchite might be postponed until it tamo up m rigulnr oirtnr of Colorado asked whether tbt gentleman could inlorm tho House- with any degree of certainty whetbci Lbe committee wonld report in Lvvo or hree daya or in a week Mr Bland could not any exac t y when iL- Mould report or what it would report but be had oo doubt Ihnt tho subject would come up in regnlnr order Mr S vines singed tbat lie kneu si imm bcr of gentlemen on the Uoor who dedireJ to deliver siher which wcie be coming somewhat cold to tlie di uibMOn ID the Sennte Ho themoie notice that o i is etulv a date is Lbe coinage coiumiLlec did not report nn appropnite foi de YnlQ be would move tbit tbo Itouse 140 m eommttee of the wholu 11 cider to giro .jen'ltmca in to tucii speeches Iu ace- he w n lliiij '-bo ild h I it npj Ji unity to d w I lie lesLio i v is pit in Mi 1 in 1 H motion i nd illLiuU9li it w oulullt primer1 bv he it curietl i of 71 Lo 7 Ttie Honae tlicu il 2 1 idiou-ued K VTI 111 ho I Yloinliul lo Chic ijro nn SI I nu Gnu u Tin 1- lufoimi lion i received iu tins city 1 itc Lbi3 to tbo dl cL Lint the Baltimore Ohio It inroad Coin run v bid decided to NO. 80. THE TALK OF EUROPE. TAUK MVti Ol P VI 1 TQE 11KITISII irntiU Citdllod UUh DlsLrethiii SMunllnn In MM Orlput Am muiu u rein ef ul rii f oMilij to HIL Uu lit of bpiihi Lxpressotl Jon 12 Mr ParnelTd some h it clumsy of missiuy i tiiui to the Bib'in ol the Irish mombers ol Pirlnment furnished iho pnr.igrophcia with rnifc for endless quips ah Ihut fatiteuiio a expense When thu meeting wna plioned Pivruell fntored it but Ihecoraphcationa ang ng out ol Lba Ciillan Nolin luculeut aud tho th'U IhcfL to ho n i orgn effort to weiUcu Puiuell'd inJneace raised it believed to bid mind find storm nn Friday uuht Tbe of foaiLeen VL sell were rescued in I one that of tho Mary G I iirr vbicb came asborp in flamea m tl e middle of tbe Digbt neir Spring I ake stitioa N J w is lost To this DO aid could bo rendered The latc-.L leooits ind thai but two mn_ persons ihnird when she rhe sclnoner Wi ght of I'lnl ulelpbi i itom Laltirnoie to Savannah 3 wrecked oft i orl Machon North Carolini I ridny uit'ht Ouc sailor wan louiid dead in the NT- ISU VbK V S SI L ING llh. Ir J'uwh Ins tlie no MIUS ol our I n- a i ca ID in of Co the pMion Ol si'vu ci ni e 1 inlcd n LACfi tn d but god Then mdt-ul VJL shuuld 'i no bjl KoU tod no KI biL the uitioji bicta Mr in-tisLcd hid LO KM treated c'her bv o ir public sot li but it h ul held y it did Q spitt ol Terge'slhe imc Lrentmejt IH undt ihenitnral u ind dcmind it ihtnitshill uot liubl i o n Mr iioiilil tleeui the stilled Bi i. K bad 10 doubt would ron o u ill in tn lie exprciscd to support ir j thungc in lluL with Irnw T ppe Liifrtinj r or so iis logitc Hit di'iie litld ft i ol bin ill billsor sin ill to fliUor iud iihti Mr followed JIc l nd the prts t at ittpmpt ol ihu montvtd mtn ol jwrld siUv.i one of irsicics '-tr.n It n 1 crurl ducc ed at Ibe fcnion 1ft of nil ton itnes Al er llu. of Ibt who e m in i L in iho world Mi J IOIILC wcnL cu ''litivf com f mcrtc iml inuchRL pdpul ilion rtcjnucd inLien cti moniy fsicil ticn The 11 rnir n he '-mil Lh-ee per enl ir ii ni 11 d itr in uini ittnr MVO in rl u hill p i tc il 1 he mines ol ihr luirld wi.ri. icldi on no ind L ihinl r UiH mtn m rl j 11101 ttf WO III III lu UL Illll'-i C iltmlt- Jirty I iur r cent it L c luotu 'upl lint b n the rnt silvLrin tlit urld i Lrtkolcoiu ol lie rift 114 would re nil in tht -t i L indnsliinl i il mull 4 I ol projutv would shnuk the on _. t i LI ind whith t twill I c incrn-c 1 I o the i to b wm Id i ire1 or 0111 H her llie C in Jhl wi L lohl tint j DUL iLnd the IIL ol oiertlions ol ihe u ir lo Cnitayo and prombiy to St lie iri c m ircitctl in New LOllplQ f I Tllll tub tX. O in onlsr t coin i i.1 n Lion I 11 llic ether t i nU en Hie Inie Id C ML r in to I do this by p 11 CM 1 U I LkUl Ijr Us pi' PIUS Tt Illll 1 it L I li jr to Kikiiuoe over the i h lull r nlio itl uud leiluc the Michoiu L snlheiLiit i xlLiit lo L'ie lol il 'I'-t to with in Si Hit rt-ult ma bet i the ork nl I'hi'nd-lphiK oU sol tbe B hec i dnilr bv The cxLtut ol tlio cut whit i B O his on fled to imko 01 el-it bo iud ind Phihdtlphn i-. uof UuseumnL. bnl it is tlnL llic lo'- il rcpre ol Ihe t imp w il net definite nihiu s lo morrn Ihb ilttcrmin on of Lbt cumpmy cum morjco IniLili ic-5 TL. tliib tiul or me hue p inN oaluelv wirfirc bit it ia under- s tnc 1 0 vi i 1 no rptide Irom i uniil iu ircd the recognition cle iii led riiesUp Ihc I to Llie i ope L it tli h 11 Seen iu Lie' untcd in orchr Lj irwinl s ock job hi opt ratio m illffjc 1 li u c been en n Mr L I N bl 1 OK I OsT dil N mcc i dullni tint li Liucily ihnf io t il c it iUcr bid HIH trno as 11 it roid f cm lo rrpoils ol Llic 11 u i m t M IL t ru in hei tit II emi mi r iht i 11 uid i 1 nd ail t t1 L tun sc all 1 'oc oiaii rt ul 1K4 be h i tl lrn i Mt Lux li n1 i n et i t hit in tit now IK HOLM ins I ilur Jfe hid bund niuwiiM in'ntd I'clnnl I ov oliiln iud in u i o id i c IIP Imrd k is in idt tram il i ul nl o iri lyorhn id 1-. n I read uidUis pliliLiiks u In C UILWOL il I but f. h ul mt t r tttn l ibn ol 01 i letltlor Lf coin uoii seme tl in Ihc d In our hi kti il d mtn .it- itr tin. ol I n Mlu- Ibo oi iv eaiil uo rc-piipjnni to Llic nio-il ind thiL it ciL-i 1 3 the urb 0 Tine S tbi bondholdt.i3 nud hit as Llmt tl ey tbe silm not ior thur own inviu lor the sike 01 be 3Tn who a preferred to JjKironncbLf Mr nice ridiculed pretension ind tbc on silver no of who Inboi who ppccn1 ite in money In slnlci ieiiL thit the people lin.0 Ihe siUcr Jollir ind thnt it bid ilwivq LOlJobitL to Mr nice Lb it required our uflicers lo pny it out camcliicV. lo piy nD uu II orjocts of tbe eminent had done cl co up icd wilh tno Imve betn no dilhciilU with silver dollar They hid refused to There hid been anolhei ui olnccra i would or Tl i l IljlU.n C i-l o SHU Tiu p lj o clock tbisiltcn inn m In i crcJ of L i u ind '11 u n w'uKitnoul 11 L Im 1 li Ifxllju C iii f ol ic Inl i id ni ..lil I Lheu boitlnltniic i h LI_J mt uu Ihe I u I 1 mi ci lit i i1 1 Ime I e i I d heloic I n fliv- Lc i nun TTP _uen h lo L It n1- ill i' ol thp ucn em oloynd Tt irhtik s l.iojklv n when the h I i C ll In i It i tin it i s n lite' lien h lofuk 11 o llj i 111 IL II 1 I il h 11 i w U nsih i I ir the u i11 i V l u -Jiiloi on L le 11 I to iluy V on Iii. in 3 wurt loulmg with c i I i i id i I to Iciwu tnc ship I HIS li i d tno iji tii fi nn K n Mi1 collet in b i ut wis f i I 10 -ncnt pn I ID bulN iu 1 i iu i ji 1113 rui d I l il Ll ere nu i weU'i i tint i would w c ike 1 i 1 llie en t iM Lh it ilju 1 b c u w iler It or Lh Ib t ri t wii I -ih 1 iud htr sin i L 1 t i i i lie w ild li lo s i 1 I M ip i'- I'ill is bit liiijipcntd Mi v i '11 oh1 tv Her stoop il w 1 en -I'K n _ I ntr tint er 'tu copnu lui w i h n lint the Duly Tclegrapn cilh a avoided persuml ton tnct with his lebJhom subiecta on the of the of ind w is spared the necessity ol eNpl'inatioua or de bin prognmnic opening ol I1 ulnmcni- wis T dull nflaii tompirpil wilh rao L of occn bions Tho popular in t centres in wlml will by the ic il beuumny of t IB ucxt when the Queen wil1 nnpeu u person before her lords tmd with the pomp ofrovilty VtlLUt on retUltd to Lhe dniinnut Balknis question lo dus bv il pitches in no men th it the binillei S iLes Imd hcc i on11 red to dmrm pn sers Lb it Inrkf won cl follow iL m u i1 lies hivn so olu i h en Dirtied tint the QJ ihu i is cm pioblem 13 not ii having b n in jny hastened Ih 5 id ion ol iLe pov eis Eolgrtidt dispild pa to in dicito thnt nothing b it the fiml delimits tiou ol Ihc Senn linlKirnu lionticr hy I ic conference ol imbissticlors at Ueilm wi I be hy Si run m i suflit eut reason lor disarmament uid bo Jving Mil in farcer ne iu tbc held Bnlginn w I ol course decline to wilhdiaw hcra A more itupor nut piece ol poetical news 13 i Cuiro diapilch 1 it the Khedive has tbo s ninty in a prnctieil hy 1 is iid n reslo 1114 Lho mtl only ol llu J pLi 0overnTient i i lio Hi ncLiuii fiivc-j ii Utah piool of ihe compete idjuci ofLngliiud m Iho idmunlrn Lnu of Fzvptmn aT IIH --eallj nieaos nc ordme lo the c irrent interpret i'io i here ting lint Lord ba intends to Inrkcy i-o do I's in Lho Soudan Tbe Sill in will send his t o ips to the proung thereby to the whole Mohimme J 11 world the of big over bis 1 ord Silisbniy piotecls the 11 to rest o the Bnl s.h hoMrrd of securities in nn inexpensive by ippetiling lo tht SuHin'a The troops it in I owcr pi nn ler C enenl S'tpbcnson wi I bo bu hticnt to Oun d tbt honlicr ind il is probable Ib ir the order Lo lonv ird re inforcaincutd ftoni I ind will be touuLc-in mdcd V dt-vpnlch to the L from Mndrid alntes tint th.. ij i en tbanl ed GenThe Eral 1 Dom for prorrpth hii er vices lu Ihe if needed to re press tbe revolt ol a'a adherents at Cnrthngeon CbrisLmo ia siul to Imve insured tint my donbUs Ibnt abc miy e en ertnu cl n Lo Lbe licnnineueaH of tlnnia or Imc outn dispe led by pritLical iv ol his luLcnliou to support be ci nni ent Mmnio DlHlioncr V rouse 1 Afloi nf Trunt u T Ifc GUI uviibs Neb Jiu 12 Imjn-t lied beic rmi housp f-cvci il miles nor h tlm' Ah in e Disl cuer Ncbraski a LOU sc onqncss Siuulij I in the venLieth dnj ol Lir trnnte Ihe rondb been uatil Ibo present iml news ol 1 ti could not bo received before Tht u rl ell i ito Iho triuce Oc 26 h list Dining Ll o interval she h iq 1 nn li rll nppeimnte lifeless inth Ihc exception o re piratiou and on When Disheoer iwoke bei nnud wan ippirenlly c anr ind nuimpurpd Hir oppetite i ere hut btr IUL lijg were She Unit clie the wl olc Lime of her li inef but though she exerted her utniisL power lo evince he71 she could not i sinnlt muiclc She Imd no pain un il thu J ictl d ly ol hci w uu -i t cti ic wis ipplied Siote Lh i she his aullcrcrl i ii.oiui i oi i ly ind iL Lnues iL iPtraed ns if her 111 ml oi Id give w under tbc slriin iud now eoniplnnaol terrible phj ical ILI consequence of the bbock lobe stem Tli clocLor m attend inee Ihit will recover in i blioit t me nnd will il o uu full ol her I THE FROST KING'S WORK C.HK VT FO1CXENG ILU B inniBO When tliu Us Shuf I iw lu Suell Wdl st JlMllUUi 111 SMIACUSE NY situn tion on the Oswego river it I allan to day is prncLically Tbe has receded i trifle but the gorge lernams firm and ig coustnutly st lengthening The thenunmeler is h low and j ice is tormiDg ov er tbe Hooded district Tbe 1 1 KIM TL MOTION llj r-1 i i 1' Inou to ObL N VNTUCKET ol l 1 HUH 1 i i jir 1 n h b li the Ibsir iGshLw m oiu biMvorj in whic boldly takcn uu CemiU 13 to whctbci Jicv exccote ilu TIW jt the cone1 ision of aucc s l-lop ui the Senito Mcul into u nud al jo clock tne doors ucre d nod the icljonmcd u ii t tiiu Cor i vi t r tin i k c K i 1 hnnlloii n 11 f MlU I t T i J lispule cl ntiLuc-i fiom lecnled 111 fivor of he puhlmtiB I II n o c of k III noon hv IMIICD ihe Len DcimHntie nuin lifciH t tlie KOIM nii'-e ilcd irj llitir 1 tp none i bwcin in J he Coin in I et- on f m ices i d I idiintiKeol K corded prni- Ie0 lo r rL tiL iii.y Luue iiitrodueLcl i resolution nl it n iiinuloa benre tleieni cl cm iiicutbcr wi- n hii iud the v aa alopLed jO lo il T stnctly iiT-tisi'Q vote The crowded wit'i apet'ntor-t aud EM me nine unse ited ithdrew from the chimbei they biased ftiul hooted At by the people ID tbc gmlencs The of inor nng fa the KepublieaD-ia uiiioiih ol tweuU oucou joint ballot Ttie Now YorL Custom Ilotisu Ni Jem 1- Deputy Collector Artbiu Berry and Inspectors Lnnglo and who were ap a on by Secretary of In the Homo Mr of Tennessee I om ou elect ou of President and repo led bick wilhout Ioir rresideutnl suceca n- pliced on the Ho isc of notice that he report oclocl tllc on notion of i f weilt T coruuiittee of c r the confident on r the Pre-i 9 message llie lloor deluded V C1refulli P epircd speech upon idvociling Ibe the of the surplus 7 lo gradual of the He earnestly cornhitted the i 8llsPen coimge oi tbe tbat efiect of n iod of large- pointed ns n tbe Irensury Hnnnine to the of Ihe New Yoik Ciistom House HI nil Us hrnncbec met in the Deputy Col lector's ofUce to d ij to consult md adopt 2. uliu ol procedure I be scope of the IQ be u ul inn ted ind it is ex Hi 1 CM i i Two Sui Doomed Uiirk N VN l rvh 1 MlS-1 J Ul 12 Vt lirti k eatcrdny 'he 1 lc nil Simon bt e it.ut 1 jits iid ippinlus lo the i d ol i 1 ir0o t ircc mis cd s liaouci repo led slriLd cl ou south -il ore Tlie sei mtJ wiilcr 1 ci boot _oue and IKI c were iu the i iblc lo hoiJ ihcms-clu-s Vs the se i is IDJ n lor the 1 le bo it i iv n Lmued u lo pillion iud i bill md 1 ne shol ovei Lhc vessel Tlie hue w IH I e crew md i iowscr wisnttjc nl LO Lho'-hoic eud but llie 1 m par ed u iiUr I it -ilrviu in I went In wuh u 01 the eriw in si0bu il the crowd isbo e A 1 nc wia shot but iNo A i ul is 1 juu had from Lhe sin re but is like i fen her Vll ot iLs wcit tl readied JJ d one w swept ind hive Iven d ownci1 hut ant llic ret irn wave brought him with n uncb A 1 ird h ill was iLi n s lot over bl e in I ihc lint igjm partpcl At la poiuL Luo Ibe men fell lion the uul drtnvued One ol Llieni tu i he Ciplnm w lose Loch washed u-ilurc Iili I lie luv w s ft-i i id 10 i c ion diikuc it I i it no bop- was h It hut once more llic w is ined uul juc1 il liy intinb of th li ie n and breeches1 huov were nboaid ml two IUCD Hole sumrors ol unu we e p illecl isborc One w us tbe cbiel nnLe nod tbe oilier Clu jta Iff JJoaton who leporlrd thul Ihe in Ue's wile ai d r drowned m the cab n Tin 1 wis the L Wilhcrspion ol M Cj.pl Alfred Ajtlcrbon from Surnim lor jioalou u Ih molasses salted 'inea aid si icea The remains of the Caplim vveru tikco in charge by the Free Masons of N mluckct Tbc body of Mrs Berry has beeu re covered The cargo -will be n Lotil Insn The UniLed Sidles 1 station is spveicU censured for not having i sen ice rope rong enough to haul Ihe biwacr aboard the first time for more would have been sived if tbo ropes hid not broken Look other sell for fifly centa we sell nt twcnLv five ceota Child 3 knee pants twenty Ine cents MARUS BROS Ked J etler Snlc AViijno Co nlj Id Muitlei Pa Tin 12 110 foui mstiDc persoQs now Co iliued in the in this pbite tno ol them committed ns cnminn one who preheated himself for in prisonmci t let pu vcnl ms murclc wie md lieu iud nu who bogged to he It clad up t hmi Horn hemp mui dered PHU whom he rlecli ed hid been him for aome days LO M 1 bm 11 12 tinsnncr whoisked to be locked up Lo pix eut 1 is n u dcr og hii fi inly is eh ird ud i ell Known resident of rie i widely known is i mimic n id o humor 1 or more thin twcntj Teli is ilso hecj to vc tl e problem ol pcrpetn mohor A week or so he became nnd seemed to be on thai tronhkd him ly Ou Int hu ij pci-ed it Lhe i id for idrn ssi n he hid been mcdi t it nnd his tt nioru dc Lhuiever Suddeoh IIP iiiriped unu I must uot do it Then be rushed J-om Lhc house iu I i in iL Liu Inp or h nd to Ife Lold the sh r tl tint kepd i snunj b iu tlml il his iv lo ind cli Idrcn V.L-C do ul he 1 '-o the jiroh lem o i erp u 1 molioi i I him to kill thrill Ihr Coin m rrl il Ti nelcm N Tin he lour I tec uu auiunl meeLi n of the Slite Cti i j inert il V'-JOCiiLiun is being hi Id here U d n t 10 opei i IIOIHL llicrc i 1 IFL.O i iud miieh inlt is mnuilLslcd I Tii IT 1 icon ol thii is dinc' libs in u ml icp n I li re erred I i slight tit in member hip ni llie iiml i U Ihc li llnets of I ide and ihe CT I of mtu i K MI 1 t innn il report ol the c1 iry ul tn i re sh ed llie tol il leeei ill 1 ir Lhe ir h m been 71 il shui'-enienlfe business of tbc town is ib i siLinclbt 11 and oi mil s ml lnctones idle Should Ljorge ouL sudd uly iu mmense imouut of damage wonld be lone at many housea ind some of the mills would be iwny Ibo distnc eojipticea an nea miles aud hull i mile ind the witpr is from five to ten eel deep It is claimed thit the whole danitig-1 h IT beeu c insed by Iho State au'Lontica Lbe dim n liiLtlo Islrnd so the co ild bo plicel wilh wilcr It is prohible tlut tbn StaLe ill ha e lo deiend aevernl su ts for L of the Stale I looked tbe situation over o Inj iud L.IVC 19 lm opinion that no lung co ild be d ue until the ice went out ol Us own iccord Ibe be but it is impossib'e Lo even mate it JL is Ihe mnnnli tones tnrl uills cinnot be entered llie town in tbon lies aie loi Lhc IJ mi lies driven out by the lood Hudson u leo Dnm N Y Jin 12 ice dam n Ihc lludsou wbieh formed over the StiLc dam is still unbroken mil the waLci H The cold is Lho most severe neuccd heie hib winte- At 3 i in it ww below ind it 7 At lloosick Jills behM AiMey Tills Soutu Cnmbudge Eun unction WillnmisLown Powual 16n Powell Adi rag below ThtiSihiillun kt TI mire il Tan cold wis in did it Htile wbellier the Cabi net officer conld choose his own Cabi let or wlnt the salaij of tho succeed i up officer would be I ana sud 'to the genThe Eral principle ot au appointive ofli cei hecouiing President auy way unless it be loi a very Tow days and to fill in einer eeucy It makes il probable lor n very oflensive mail to become Piesi dent Some of the committee contend that a President and ice President will succeed under th s b 11 but I do not think they can do so GAS TOlt 1JLFFALO A Member of the Company Tolls Something About UH nans rermiasion has been asked bv the falo Natural Gas I nel Company to ex teud its mains through the streets of that city Charles W Goodyear a member of the Lbus outlines the plan 'This said Mr 'proposes to bring the natural gas to Buf ido loi heating and miuufdcturing pur but we do not intend to supply gab for lights though it cau be iu that wij gaa has now beeo m use vears and is DO longer au expen is many large towns in Pennsyha n i ire burning it It can alao bo seen in opThe Eration at 0 em md Jimestown in this and his pioved successful m all ol towns oth tense this tho mercun touching V 1 uge p u t of the 13 still i inndilcd Pitnliiiy Leniblc o i p pec ile uonsos 11 nnuv in ihuccs ue mi sna ol ice 1 cs uul cit tlL o ileath in tie al ib cs IbQ ice bridge ii3un last The uuns of in 1 md a niirow tbe ice paot the i un uerj tLcrc A.IL tne les on the ciual ire it n standstill he bDilc iud mi chniery up Ihc cl imiiga Ibo loss by the stop ilono is cslimitcd it 000 u diy KUief committees been rormed to assist I lepullereis Col l L illiei in Jin U Vr7 iO this th a tliennomi lei lu0 tlie in Ilflien Pho sine point touched in itid Vt otl er points it stood Gloucester 1 1 lc Burli igton in 1 Milden I bocx ind Sco below Vt I fide Pi k Cintou SUuiLjliloii Shunn Toxboro iud NfmbUcld li to below crinnnl towns icviort is fo THE WASHINGTON DAISY. ITS AllE 1 Ifovv ibout the cost m comparison with her IneP 1 tbnt will hrgely depend upon Lhe expense of bringing it to and buhng tin Buffaio The ol course cinnofc be determiucd jnst now company will a ways have to compnto with .inthncite and bituminous nnd ihe well's abilities the pnco of will to i great extent regn ato tbe price of gia w 11 net cessanly be it i low rale owing to tbe nroxinutj tbe Pcnnsyl Iu that way the people will bo insured igainst high prices Would there bo mi tli danger from us13 J No ind in facb uot co much as from artinciil KQ9 There have beeu Two Money for Oper- UOI'H In the Mlilille Done hi tlie Kuno To A itrloiiK Oil to IHE EEA Pa Jan 12 Dyer Co well was connected with a GOO barrel tank at 4 o'clock this morning The pipe line connection is finished and ready to begin pumping oil It 19 not definitely knowo when drilling will commence A pirty who professes to have inside ID forma tion claims tbat the drill was m motion Thursday night It will be lemembcrcd that Ihu'yuay tba well made one or 44 ID in tbo GOO barrel tank During tbe day there were two rneu m attendance In the morning tbeie wab another man put on and Friday tbe well prod need at the rite of 15 birrelg per hour This may or may not a but nevertheless it looks very auspicious Messrs Willets Young theouuThe Eraof the to day purchased the farm of tbe Mucce which adjoins the Smith lease at per acre There ire 1-10 acres in Ihe tract By the terms of the sale were paid down on tho con summation of tbe bargim Tbc pumped 50 barrels m tlie twenty four boms ending at G o'clock Ibis evening This is tbe firbt honest teat of eaod lot meetings came up for final action last night and wan de lea tod hy a eight to four on the ground that it was in contravention of the constitution ol tlw United States to restrict the of citizens to issemblc peaceably for tho pu i pose of public d cussion Par well wanted tbc meetings stopped Iwcaueu be thought they gave cistern people the impression that the auti Chinese ngi being carried on only bv the scum ol the jwpolation of Vmderpnft well ou the Wiench is producing barrels a day The owners to located a second well on Ihe Icise HIE i IEID The chilling bliats of winter are not ex acLly what prevents the producer from nor cu tbc depression in field work bt ittnbnted Lo lick of dnllahlc llu. pi pea An explosion Drilling wig resumed it Anchor No 7 yesterday at 2 o'clocn They have about fifteen feet to drill befoie taking tbe Vt ind H miouulcd t x c 1 tlncc wen mu1 Ic n i Inl nice nnu in the lit i ol P 'P7 The mem VIL bip i i is M isl 1 ut e ir PJC ex. c i n coinm L oi i ed thiiL. the un mil uid h nrlunries ft is Ipl'l.OOlt Tin-- i n nlu i nn -.ut u 13 ten len I l1 t n dckn iteS pi b uk Bi rfluecd 1 1 etlu I neea 1 n eS il f KM 1 l M Silv itiDJ Vrmy v '-kin i Mi w ill Hi H v rTi nnhlud Litii hul disc 1 di iiim i K I LlI Up lj Lill IT n Ui U Xmi y 1 n II i i u polir 1 ouung mil o pn nd i Lli ui I the oiphun md i wiit u r md V Ur IliLii Tiresb i UK Iho i binick-j md i i e c lulled in lln CO ir r il wlui i s e i SihitioiiHt worn h iudIcil t 1C Si t l 3 1 M id l R 1 M m 1 i li nl r orcil rK S i lui n i. ill-i I wt.nLv r i M vi l s BK lied f P Mini Nortline U ju fr K below t is below Ti rnlHo M o A'VculIn i Ifuia Md Tiu U bile there is LO prcacn fe i or d I tic nu look froiii the stile of tho i- bid i i It ib ii Ifd 1 hodiL-i ol ice an I snow 1 icu woiih pn d s V IMLUS Irom 1 ort it this inn no nik ID th c i-. inticipUfd t d i or iinlil t ic ici in 1 IT- m s bus be n icamjod on Ine I fdcri ruiaion of the Poui -ijU uu i iilroad in 1 19 reciimcd us ucuil n irk Ci l pi iu unde f ut prices HI iti Cut PIK t-i i i ci i uud Uuti Js Kc 1 I e ttu ih I ITN VT Ul lOUest Mn u plosions in Piltaburg whicu cm be easily iccounted foi ind just is In tbat seseril coi ipames formed foi the gi-i ind iu Ibe f5tnle to gun control o the streets some cirelesa aud negligent was done ciu result the ne oLber gis but it IH perlecLly sile wheu ordmiry piecan t tin liken Tor no explosions have til en ploce in Bradford Olciu nnd vvhere the was properh doie I think it will be i Due Lhmg lor and parliculirly ils n injficLuruig inteiests Some manufnc lurerc are to nave tbe gis here and I hive alreidy been spoken lo by the owner of i large industry who will use it id it When Ibe tornpnw expect to bo able lo s nt in with tl e work13 is soon as tho CommoL Council w 11 grin b per in nnd tlio weitlic-r is luorible nt will gn nn tho pipes Ihere is i v of moiev und eulc prise it Lhc batk of Ibe mu I th nk we will be a lo rmo the Pia in Bullalo holies by tbo timo cold weitber comca The bise of supply is ibout fivf ui kb lronJ Bullilo The conpany deti-es i 10 Council ind people to the mit'ei tbo lullesL unestigition and to lulh in dersliiid the i 5os to which this jis cm ipplied It Ins ncvci beeu i sod in UnflTilo cheip lael is cert-uuly lie mil T think Ihit this lo much low irds prices Iho noihiuj to conceit in lo its pi ipos 4 inrt lulemls tno Mnvor Cniucil mil lo tine or more ol Lho po uLs wlieie the gis is b buinei1 ihe ceinficilca oi lutoipori'ion ol the Ruf ilo il C is I nel Compuiy wns hkd with I ie Counlv Clerk The incoi poril irs ire Diuiel O Vlheit 1 VuiMt Oisflinus G u F Toseph 1 Diullev Gcornc F Snullmrd Join McMiuus ilso i S Bis sell ind Chi Its W Goodjeai flic cipi til slock ol t m toiupun is di nlcil n o 2 s i in Yv IN J i i IID l.rweac tweutv othcis i tweinj c nt uudpi we u sold ill ivci it hfty eeuLs Utlu Sue but on the othei hind the cur tailment of operilions show tbat there is no money m it at tbe present price oil is selling for it does uot to develop the 1 ttle territory outside of Washington Thcie wa3notmucb news from the Geld to invite interest AN tlSTEUN VIEW. A Good Foreign Demand and L Fair Conill- tlnn of Trade Nnv Ian 12 Speculation is governed for tho time being by tbe news from the oil and yet the commercial movementi aftccling Ihe precinct arc fivor- ablc lo the aud together witli a good foreign demand for lefined oil there 19 a steady depict on of the stock of crude oil held by the pipe liars Tno weeks ago manipulators found their principal ammu- nition in the Kane development in McKean Pa but the genThe Eral opinion now is that the field will exercise no important influence on the permanent production of tlie coantry From all eyes have turned to Washington where the work of the drill is be licved by many to bnvc opened up another little pool of supplv There is utter in- difference lo the fact Ihit this region ia of a white sand tbat all the wells opened there fallen ofl gieally from their original rate of output and that owing to tbe dcpih to which the dnll has to be earned iud the character oi the rock it must penetrate the sinking of wells is a most expensive enlerpriae Traders wlio at the mention of wells of whose Dames they arc totally ignorant give no heed to tbe fact Ibat consumption is keeping ihead of even when the latter has iii the benefits of a whip and spur app'icd hy speculators who have much al stake in tbe race The ucw year opens with pipe hue runs fte'iade bexond the amount received Irom the wells this time a year ago but with deliveries mam taming an excess nearh up to the excess shown in January and with ihe clmtei engagements actu illy forging ihead of tbe production Here ire the detail comparisons of tbc pipe line figures from tbe beginning of tbc ycir The avThe Erage cl lily have been which lake about two nftci which connections will be and probably be in before the the well market- opens At Balltown R R Armor completed a dry hole on warrant 4 791 He got twenty one feet of what looked like good sand The well wan drilled to tbe depth of feet and ibundoned last Slcelsraith warrant On wirrant Co are building a rig oil 3 N T Clirk fimsbed jj birrels iu pi Ml VTII1 f 1 i i peeled 'csnlt of tbo lint t 10 business of the Cjstoni conducted more effectually und jrpecdily i-n at wesent The commission uoL decided carry on Ibo luvesLigilion publicly or bebinc1 c oscd loora Wv Uooi Jau of v he na' been ill for some time post lost consciousness lo midnight 1 ostmister Geaeril nnd number of other personal fneud'' were nt liia bedside his clur.th moiueutinly Q2t3 S3 RlARKS Red Letter Sale______ in SnccooilH Ulmsoll Col O. jnn ture m jo'nt session thjs iflernoou elected John Sheiman United Stales Sena 01 to succeed himself fahormaa received eighty four votes find A G Tlmrmnn fiiity one complimentary Domocmtic voles prices MARKS BEOG do nay thing by aches When tbev i it means cut in No but a bonfv fide rpdiujtion Jan Senile in executive Cession to coiiGrined Ibe fo lowing noniinit OLS Clinrles Dnnji of S ere aij of ega tion nt Rome Geonje A Jenks Assiatiat Sectelary of the Henry L 'Mil First Assistant S uctnrv of tho ID tenor Tirst Assishnl Burenu or T Bartlett Second Deputy Commissioner of IJobort ance ACS 'itant Comnissiouer ol James Wbclpley of New Assistant Treasurer I William 1 Smith of Sew ork A-si ant Secretorv of tho Treaso-y Conrad T of New Treasurer ot the lulled Sta es Hunter Wood Collec or of Inlernnl lleveone for Second district rf Kentucky George II Collec or of Internal Revenue for Sixth district ol Kentucky John Brigadier Gel eial Ccloqel wiuh the rank of Brigadier Gen ernl Cnptain Henro J frjspec lor with qf JIaior GenThe Eral GBEEI Always rel able tlllcen Vessels WrcpVcd Jm J2 re- ceived at the office of the GenThe Eral Snperin- tendent of the life service ehows thnt lilceen vessels were driven ashore within the scope of the opThe Erations of the Bpmoe no the Atlantic coast in the Kr Vt iroi 11 nr i- 2 CnngrefB strLLt Tmp wa Lhes Tud jewelry Xo 77 Man Bradlord Pi So rlirui 1 inuls Tiul siooer Spiles of th il linil lias dc Lidul LbTt the hue of 1 t rvorlheru 1 iLiQt Rulioid between O-cgou -ml I Tshinbtoi Ic-rrltury uot grai ted to the compniu by Ui o DI initial grant ng ird ou bu bubject ind i lull milho i ines ireimohcd 1 OSITIN rid unlcraeir now si nt M UIKS linob Hod I ntor s ilc Are Tlrerl null I Use John's Pure Glim Ju ce Restorer in Tor site only it the Option House Ituni of in Ann Gil irn Pi Ju 12 morning it 1 all pist one o doi tno Aiiiiory of Cxjmpiuy P of tins tori fire i id nn completely The balding 19 r. totil 1 -Himated ins irante Iltniilc l i.r NOU i i i Ti r wpitiicr foi the post 01 two b ic MIOCN-J the 01 en I 10 ml lib L ints 1 i inrht netiily Uto feet ol lt.ll wluth tht lerrilic vv 1 cb Ins 't en sine hw dn tod inlo liun nl sol leil win c nt i J i un-. ue I 1 id 01 In 1 oul in Lbe countu ire le I Linul T u n uiluiil pns 1 n 1 icl 1 I i s pph and 1 CHIL cuiuhL. wiLho it ioil ei i n obl un neither lor lo c 01 IT uel Mil H awln1 trims 1 iv G rencluii h -J til iee ovu Lbe iniJ ml iv One ol tbo Inns Is Muck -omewlic e between lieru and hut r Lo the nit i toltgnph lacililiei nothing cm he heird Iro n i V It un due 1 ere fiom 1 Mfi Gin titr it J Yt did i ot till o cloek thlh nmi Oo Lie Biltnuon. Ohio travel L no belter A. Ii un over Llic mnio Ohio riuroid lell Whcc iu0 for e 11 cl did not -each iftei Cun i st slock l 1 H n-h l I L i H II Kin n Wvsn Jin V fin bioke onL 10 in it n tile ics ol Tobu 1 mli-i 1 1 inn bclorc it is pnl 10 lc u e ind n uer cnuscd uitc ul ilionl si to bo md Iur nil n_ h n Ihe lieb-olcout loskis il Mis 1 dilh ie In v. th h i illiniel Kci A Allies ul IL. r i I foi th u i plirt to muriott 'lie 1 ouso is 11 d Ib rosily pip-icnts ill of icb N IL siiclj ienoM.il I ii m HI i mi Ihe piucit ind bos Opl on Ifouse 1 udorscd by epi KKII prices on doublo brnsted nits ind M VKK.S Itiius IT Mini v tn ION fite cents M woolen underwear FKS Bnoi Ked Letter Sale Sen itoi Miller n Con il it ion Wismv Jm condition of Senator All Icr or Ci ifirnin his been sick for sever L cbnnped but little His cjie is st U considered cnticil______________________ Ci n-xju VIDS Iowcrmostprn.es lill 2 o'clock Sundjj noon Fifty piascDgcrs wcio on bo ird who lad not bid thing to ell sinco SilunKj oveumg 'Tpon Ibeir heie Mr on ol the oil ciaU ol tlio had hot co Ide nud plenty of olfoer snbaUmtials bron0ht to them it the erpcnso of the iftl iolil coniplny Sexeu y five Itiinn laborers preceded the triiu clciring the The train leivirjc the Smoky City Silnrdav it 30 hid not irrned berc fit 11 bile 10111 H t Vt hill on roid betueen this point and i pisj tiim and four engines are deliyerl two of tbe cu pints oT the trick In tho c it il While bnll tbe snow Ins drill d twnnlv or tLirlj feet deep I here weie no seiv.cesit most of tho obi Smdiy Collector John Uowliu C eu lustice T Temp Hou W T ind J G Kitchie who ore on their from PitU bnrg to Waynesbnig have snow Iwuod here since Frnliy Tufel for fun we menlion one linen colliis it len cents sold by others it twenty cents iMuth.'j Ked 1 ettci 17 Jin 12 Vll the mem bcig ot the wiLh tbc exception ol Secretirj Endicott nt Lhe meet to nl icb listed I'iree hour1' It is under loo 1 thi ihe policy of tbc id i iinlbtrilion on the s her coinage aud the piobnhle ftititude of Congress ou the simc subject were under discusgiou Tuero is good authority or the stilcment tint the question ol Tuswenng the urculnrs ot tbc sevThe Eral committees in regnd to re motfih w is not considered cio ton cents men's- twenty Cue MvukiBnos bom hdc. 1'cduction Sale __________ Tlio Slngci Coinpllny their oClce to the corner of Alain md Kennedy slreets Cill and see the I r and II A Sewing jMnchmes arm entirely new New Michmes ns low is Atfichments oil ind neo dies lor all makes of mad chciper Lhlu sold elsewhere The Singer Mann ficlurirjg corner and Ken nedy streets next door to Stewart s store Pa CIOTIIINU cheaper it GntEM thin elsewhere It w AT PFN D tbe great i ictiou sale of genls caps ..c 10 Mun street Thefineat tind best stock in the city lo he tlobfid out regardless ol coat Call ind get goods at yonr own prices M Agt If n HOPTNS 1C Warn St iclioneei o If MUce. Our S.lannn j numbec or objecllong lo the b.ll w onr aole Cg nigsed by tbe Senate and reported to the TV SCHOPIEEIK formerly 2 Congress street Fine watches and jewelry Roberts No 77 Miin street Bndford Pi TcnuttMOsi prices GEI l M w vl us The il Sncccsijlon lilll Jan 12 Ken esectpt -e of will to morion submit a minority icport from the Committee on I ecfion of President nnd A ice P-esideut on the Presidential succesfiion bill icported to day llr Cooper said to a represcnta hvc of theTnited to day that there W C AIsBnae LUTHIIB W July 188S Ken LFTTtn Sun begim to day j pissed by I House to day He behcred it to be very crudBps it contained no provision for the of a President and ice Presi- nor the filling of the vacancy JIc Won tho The to gold advertised by MirksBro clothiers was solved in eleven woids by I N box who will p'pasc call for pn c it their store WOK. Co i the well known paper hungers and have tbe contract Jor papering nud decorating twenty two rooms in Ine Bradford Oil Fxchiuge his No 11 last ind it stirted oQ it 100 birrelfl but yesterdnv s giuge TVLIS GO burels The drill wis started it No 12 Monday A rig for Xo 13 is completed and lie is building a ng foi No N which winds up bis OPL rations lor the -winter C'ark informed in LRA mm Ibat he s tv wells producing two and one hall Vnrrels each on warrant 3103 They are Old wells but they would not pay for pun ping and keeping them ia ind last week be gave orders to shut them down Mi Clark has a large tract ol land III Tnrgfit county jnd no onu lo crowd Viim and be evidently is comglo hold ofl a until niter Llic excitement 'Mi Armor he has retired from llie field lor the wmur Hugbt Agncw Co hive i 10 barrel well on wimot it Tinni Walson v. completed their 1 This well is Mtialed ncai the Firrjsworlh switch 01 lot 281 Tbe well ivas Monday ind it i- now being tubed IliickoH V Shirley well No 2 on lot 2SI is in ind doiug two birrels They aie dull ng their 1 ind havei rig up fo- 4 The Anchor Oil Company have bought the east Imlf of lot 2cl comprising 100 ucres considThe Eralmo soO in acre and one eighth roynltj Ihev ire locating u rig on tl eir purchisc Co on lot II have i lignt pioducL'r Ibis -well vvos drilled as iwild cit md has p'ovcd to be i veiv rink one so to is is hirdly doing i lm rcl per dij II is situated on one side of the development ind hei between 1 I Dew Drop Ihere is no m ws lo icpoi t fiom Gl iren don is operit ous ne ihont at L stind- still r 0 ncisou completed l7birrol well on lOu 'fi nud ilso finis'icd on the lot In first four houis it maile t1 luchos iu l 2 iO horrel lank Doc Ilentb 11 drilling l well on lot southwest ol this plnei Dr Tenkins is iiu liliug n ou lot SI liom Iheie is ib'e wmk doing it Glide V 11 Mckclvv To will com. raence their vvcll on the islinu providing the liver un sifticiently to allow eroding His ng has been slindmp for iboi t three mouths oil account of tin b nli tide Sill Co 's on the due ibon Situiday When it tbe depth of 1 200 lecl the cible bioke iu the socket allotting tho tools to seek i cd spot iu the bottom of the well After hahiug ten diys thev secured the tools ind are once more pushing llm dn 1 aud ex pect to reach siud this week Tbe Birnbt'ftll vvc I inn is at tbc sand or through it It la in n kind of mystilicd condition but does not promise to at u tie tbe Undo It will undoubtedly have sand rock but tho quality is what may trouble it It is not unlikely that i small ducei will result as there is more or less oil in the siud which 11 known lo underlie nil that legion ntictcbing from Glade to nnd it would not be a snip ising sight to witness derricks sent tered all over it nt some future time The drill wis started yesterday atBcally Pickett's old Glide no called from the fict thit it is situated by the old Hook tombstone Duttield Co 's on warrant is nennng the sand ind will prob- nbly como in lo diy Hill Powell stalled the walking beam it their wildcat veslcrdiy at Big Bend Last August there were 100 sots of tools running m Glade and Tionn and at present there are about sixty including cleaning out of old wells and drilling new ones Danuarj 18Sj 9H barrels in and Co 125 barrels in 1P9J The av of the deliveries has been 53 161 aa conlnsled with an aver age of hinels in barrels in and U.812 barrels in 1SSJ The daily aver age of charters is barrels agaiost barrels in 1885 barrels m 1384 and bar- rels iu Jinuary 1883 Specnlition in National Transit ccrtili- citea last week wis decidedly more active than m the preceding week and the beirs were in depressing prices fiom 9H to cents Vel the dealings were left almost entirely in the binds of professional Inders who cicli day scalped their profits vvilhm mi row limits In Ibe absence of anv support given to tbe market tbc room operilors bad a free and their prochulies at tho moment being they took every idvantage of ucwa from tbe oil country which could in my wiy be used lo ilann holders Vlllioniili cairyiog rnloa ruled the only tflect produced by the scaicity ol cei tificatcs wis occasional nllies wbcu the room short in tercsl grew and whenever that interest completed ita purchises prices dropped off agun Left Ihc market was in victim lo ind the net result ol the week's liaiiciclions was i heavy clocmg it about the lowest price of the week llie narrow limits of tbc speculalioii shoi U be borne in mind in pslimitmg tbc character of the lone of the m irkcl JLM think i ten per cent reduction on a S20 overco u means now MARKS Bnos lied Letter Silc ischcapei it GIIHI M us' than elsewhere Foul Dinner Tin 12 G 30 o'clock this moruiug fire wis discovered m tho upper lloors ol he Continent il a five storv brick building treated at ind North The firo soon Ind gamed sue i heidviy that firemen could do notluui' 1ml protect ad- loiniug propcilv Ihchii lloor wis cupad by jvdnua commission meiehinls the i-ccond hv A Feirj deiler in aud K deilci in ind woolen gotiils Simucl Biylcs ninnuftctuicr of Inooni eupphes nccupii d llie third Moor The tiurth iud fifth Jloors were occupied sevcial but largely bv Vlbcrl Dickinson Co dciler in gnssseeds llie totil loss will doubliess rcieb 000 It is reported that sevenl firemen were injured by fall- lug but it is believed to lie filse NKVV Yoiih. lioncimin beer in bottles for family use 50 per doyen Option House A Jbrer a Oo No. 3 JllKln Dealers in nnd sbippere of liqaon uid tebncccs Cluuax tobccco to tlie 42 eta less two per crat for cash. Cigars of all our specialty tlio lypso Freeh imported foreign domestic wined SpecinUice in i Impeited Tokay and recom- mendea bv pliysicnuM convala- cente Excellent ntock of clnrela Wliln- iciea we carry in eDabbng to sell straight wkiaky in or out of nncb M oun We invite the public to examine OTJP believing tbat we can rait Orders for received. Telephone 'i No Mfua 5-4-t. bloouiiDg Dr and eallas atltocKvv BI I 's green 10 Foreman street 32 27 tf In m to G p m yec-e chickens Irom to diy it GUIAGIIKE 101 twenty live cenls PJSKaONAL ISewell is from Oil City E of wis in town Yesterday N Hamer. of this won Ibe It5 gold advertised Marks D ol this and Mrs P Boyle of have gone to Ib is stud that wo will hear from the Itnno field to day Sbirely Hocbstelter's well on lot is due some ttoie during the and also Chapman on wariant Craig on warrant is ind will probably corse to the i long M Murphy's on lot waa abut down last Saturday and tlie dnllThe Era have gone on an it is lo Red Valley Some cruel fellow reports that Alike has retired from the oil trade anJ will in the future ponder fond recol- lections of tbe gcon uid days or Pithole REDUCTION in boys' suits Reduction in cbildrcns' Reduction in boys' and childrens' oven MABKS 'Red Letter Sale BADKR resident insnr- anco Producers' Exchangu bnild- Fa The only insurance agency writing all tlieir own policiet al their oflice Ihey represent tbe oldest and largest companies in Uie United States No policy fees 11-30 tf Important ItoUce. A Dumber of my customers liave nnsd- Lled accounts au my which I cannot afford 'io carry I irn com- pelled to insist that these accounts must be settled on oi before the first of Febru- ary All bills unpaid by that lime will be placed in the hands of attorney for collection I will have to adopt this count in all and delinquents will therefore save costs if they will call and see mo foro tbat Un... J a Merchant Tailor PRICES lowermost made by a succeeding Cibinet nor I cities visit friends in Chicago and other Western OBIGISAI 12J lowest Main puces GEKENK- Sanil Lot Mratlnai All Rlglil. SAN Jan order introduced in Ihe city council on Monday lost by Supervisor Farwell prohibiting lied underwear thirty five cents MABKS BBOS Bed Letter Sale To WbaBi It Kay Oouoent. We have appointed W C for McKean county for onr cele- brated ale. Parbea desiring any of our may obtain the aime from him n furnished at onr N. Y. QBUMIVTAY Bmiwroe Oo. N. 1   

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