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   Titusville Herald  (Newspaper) - October 2, 1886, Titusville, Pennsylvania                                THE LARGEST STOCK KMLIABL13 VOOJJS At the Lowest Prices At L BENDHEIMS 19 SPRING STREET ct s L Reliable BOOTSr BHOE8 and flVrtSWll 19 SPRING ftTftlKTr FIRST DAILY PAPER IN THE OIL REGIONS VOL XXII NO 95 TITUSVILLE PA SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 1886 WHOLE NO 7189 DAILY BUND AT KMTAUL18J1KI 1865 A AT J 1SLOXS Editor and Iublitshsr TLu MniniuK Hcnslil delivered by carriers or bj mail for Six JollHtH a ytar in htlvumo Ono Dollar tiul a Half a yiar in advance Poatagu free in United or Canada Foreign raton Ten Shillings and Fourponcc or Ten Marks and pfg Advi5fttMing rates t urimhed upon application at the ComiliLitf Kooiu Correspondence conUiuiug iutoroating im portant nowu bolicitod from tiieuo parta OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS FOR GOVERNOR GEN JAMES A FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR WILLIAM T DAVIES FOR ATJmJOR GENERAL A YY1ISON N01UU6 SECY OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS T J FOR FOR CONCRESSMANATLARCE E 8 OSBOliNE CONGRESS 26th District bubjtct to District Couference WALTEIi B IIOBEBTS of TituHvile mayor but will wait till spring uud hopo at that time to vote for one SMALLTALK The Mozart Society is about to bttfin its fall campaign The Kov W P Bianall will occupy tho pulpit of tho now M R Church Sun day for the iirue Tho couitH to a delightful home The operators of lown linvr JIM tlinir pari drawu forwunl coiJriiderubly by ttie re cent ftdvauce in tbe price of oil well Kup phes by which casing has goan up from 4F eenta to cents and 2inch tubing to 15 About a dozen weddings have occurred here within the past two months uiid the stack of thoroughly marriageable doaant seem diminished o particle TLoy can ba seen by the score iu any part of the city and us complete in appearance as those of any other city on the continent not ox cepiinu Baltimore O 0 Allen the nominee of the Republi cans for State Senate keeps tke ball rolling throughout tke county and evidently enjoys the confidence of all classes regardless of party Mr Allen is n gentleman against whose character or standing as a citizen no man can justly offer a derogatory remark If any nominee of any party ever deserved an election by a largo majority he ia that man Capable in ever sensedignified with DO preteutions to domineering and a per fect gentleman he onld embellish the trust instead of the trust elevating him KILLS HIS CHILD SWEETHEART ANDTHEN SHOOTS HIMSELF A S Gage Cos Business Being Conducted by the Assignee for tho Benefit of Credit A Noblemans Donation FOR STATE SENATE GEO WALLACE DELAMATER of Meadvillo FOR ASSEMBLY R NIOHOLB of Connoautville CLHUKST N SMITH of Iliceville ALEXANDERS BKATTY of Eaat Fairfiold ANDREW G APPLE of Moadville flJV ASSOCIATED IllESS TO THE QEHALD1 WATERLOO 111 Oct particu lars hayo been received of the double tragedy at Chaltin Bridge Monroo county Ills Eddie Clark was only 17 years old and MeliBSi Fultz not yet 15 She was atill wearing short dresses ana nothing but a girl in her actions and he was still a boy a rczor never having touched hie face The girls brother ChrLs Jr was married to Oojrf Effio and the two families were on tho bftst of ternm and lived ou adjoining farms Eddie and Melifiaa went to the same school recited iu the same classes and al ways walked home together Eddie living nearly a mile further from the school but ou the same road A year ago they became very much attached to each other but dur ing the summer vacation they were not much together and when the school opened i again a few weeks ago Melissa was a dtffer girl from what was a few months The Piso establishment is to be enlarged I before SLe told him that she was uot old VIOLET CAMERONS HUSBAND Arrested Charged With a Desire to Injure Hia Wife NEW YOEK Oct de Bensande huttbaud of Violet Cameron was up iu tbe Court of Special Sessions tbin afternoon charged with having threatened tho life of hiB wife He denied that he had over any such threats as those cbiuged and stated that his only objvct in commg to this coun try waB to protect his wifes honor This afternoon Miss Cameron was upoa the stand She testified that she was married to tho witness some yeard ago in Italy She waa to appear in the Casino next Wednesday but had been threatened She had seen tha defendant but once and that was outside of Delmouicoa Witness admitted that she had been charged with adultery with Lord Ldnsdale but that the suit had been with drawn Bhe refused to further questions on that point Lord Lontsdale theu testified that he was SI years of age and married He continued that he wan Mies Camerons manager saw tho prisoner on Sept 2J when ho cauio and asked him whether he should send a letter to Miss Cameron that he had written I told him said witnGoS that it was better to send it through her solicitor as it was asking for money I asked hitu if he re membered tolling his solicitor that be would keep away from Aliss Cameron if she came to this country When the case against him iu London was adjourned he distinctly agreed to keep away from her I told biru BRITISH DOWNED AGAIN JOHN BULLS RACERS ARE NOT FAST EMOUCH FOR AMERICA The Sloop Sachem Wins a Hand some Victory Over the Eng lish Cutter Miranda Off Happen ings in Genera M Well SICK INDICATIONS FOR TODAY Fair weather north westerly winds coming northerly slightly warmer W A R be in all of its appointments this fall TLe new building for its use ia progressing rapidly Warren has a first class commercial col lege under the title of The American It ia largely patronized fey the youth of the country Btirrouadmg as well as by Warren itself Another large dry goods establishment is talked of If it comes it will be situated in the Hoffman block The Beauties of This Young City and the Push of the Business Men Correspondence of the Herald AVxaBEK Oot should be understood forthwith that Warren is not only the most beautiful town of western Pennsyl Yania barring Titusville of bnt in some respects is one of the lireliast asd most prosperous places in the whole country Of course while the price of oil upon which it depends to quite a de gree for its increase of wealth is so low it cannot move forward in all ita enterprises with the celerity that it wonld with more profitable prices Nevertheless it somehow manages to progress all the Eo body who has Riven attention to the vari ous public demonstrations of the past summer can fail to notice the evidence of thrift and goaheaditiveness of the wide awake citizens The great agricultural ex hioition was a grand success and now there is another public scheme on foot for further benefiting the young city and putting it up equal to any of the advanced oil region towns This is tbe admission or introduction of the electric IJRht system At the head of the movement is the same aggressive spirit whose management has made nearly every public affair that the city has enjoyed for years successful Geo P Orr is a business man who seems de termined to keep the prooession in Warren moving To this gentleman perhaps more than any other one or two or half s dozen men is duo the credit of much of Warrens greatness iu these publio affairs It is true that Hon Thos Struthere applied bis energies in days that are past and his great capital as well in adorning community with many of its most beautiful embellishmenti but Mr Struthcrs In now compelled to let his mantle fall upon younger shpuldeis and it seems to hare fallen upon Mr Orr In the Introduction of the new system of illumination Orr many obstacles to overcome the most difficult of which the prejudice of the people and the apathy of business men Some and in fact large percentage of these seem hostile to nay new feature of public improvement calculated to draw even a small portion of their annual income They however seam to enjoy them after they have become thor oughly established ind wonder why they have not been introduced befora This electric light scheme would be a crowning blessing to the community in some respects and doubtless the support Sir Orr requires for the fulfillment of his designs will be ob tained after the matter has been fully con sidered in all of its promising aspects The question of whether Warren is soon to shed its childish clothes as a borough and appear as a full grown city is oue that has begun to agitate the public mind consider ably We have in tact three Warrens compo Bed of the borough proper East and North Warren East Warren or Glade ig seperateu from the borough by the Gone vrango Creek and daring the past summer has advanced in population to such an ex tent tbat the citizens do not feel entirely safe without some form of goTeromsnt What shall that be Of course the inhabi tants of the borough would reply R city in which aU divisions would have a hand It would seem preposterous to organize an other borough witk only a creek a few hundred feet wide seperating it from the one already in working order And yet there are many Bist Warren people who desire that very thing Bat as they are divided in opinion on the subject it is mot likely that a move will be made immediately jn the borough direction It wonld there fore Beem to be an opportune oocasion for those who faror a city government to move p tle matter We could name a first clcsa Much Married Mr Solomon LONDON Oct case of Edward Solomon husband of Lilian Russell who was arrested on the 23l inst for bigamy on complaint of his first wife Lily Grey came up for hwaring yesterday Testimony was given that when he was first taken into cus tody Solomon admitted tbut he was married to Lillian Kussell in New Jersey and said Anyhow we wont through some cere mony It was shown however that he had also said at the same time that whi5n he married Lillian Bussel he was unaware that his first wife was aa he had neither seen nor heard from her for several years Mr Solomon was remanded pending the arrival from the United States a number of witnesses whose attendance has been se cured The magistrate refused Mr Salo mons request for a reduction of bail enough to have a lover Her mother had told her so and she did not want him to bother her any more From this moment the boys whole character was changed He told some of his comrades that he was going to kill Melissa and himself but they only laughed at him and no one thought he attempt anything of the kind In the afternoon he stooped Melissa as she was home from school with several children and said Melissa you remember what I told you at Siaysville1 without wailing for au answer he drew a pistol from a pocket and fired at her Twice he fired in quick succession and the poor girl dropped dead with two bullets in her head The other children ran away screaming and the maddened lover knelt beside the corpse of his sweetheart kissed her forehead and then putting the pistol to his own head fired twice and fell by her side in a dying condition both balls having entered his brain He lingered five hours before dying but never recovered conscious ness The funerals were held together to day that to help him I had placed myself ia a false position Now to add injury he de mands my aid to get from his wife He threatened that unlets the inouoy was given him before next Monday he would kill maim or shoot her so that she would be prevented from gaining a livelihood I told him that I didnt care to talk with him any further In answer to questions itness further testified that he was married that ho cor responded with his wife but did not know where she was as she had several houses in the country and his letters vere forwarded that he met Miss Cameron a year ago and came to know her well about sir months ago when her husband asked witness to be come trustee for his child was friendly with De Bensande till he tried to cut lus vifes throat ftl Porto Bello you offer him a pistol here No I did tell him I would let him take a pistol if he wanted three shots at me and give me three at him BY ASSOCIATED fRKHS TO THE R L Oct match be tho American sloop Sachem aud the English cntter Miranda was sailed today over the Black Inland course miles to windward and return end reunited in a handsome victory for the American vessel There was a good working breeze all day Tho race was nailed almost alone very little iutareht being taken in it by the people here The Miranda crossed the line first at 35 and the Sachern at botn boats standing away ou starboard tack Scarcely twenty minutes had elapsed jhen at the Saohem passed her rival to windward and began showing hor heels At the Sachem rounded the atuke boat and stood away for home and with everything drawing dashed off at a rattling pace The Mirauda also came down at a rapid rate Just seven minutes after the Sachem she went around the stake boat From this point to the finish the race was nneventful a stiff wind sending the yachts along rapidly ana making the run a short one The Sachem crossed the fin ish line at the Miranda at The corrected time is Sachem Mi randa 5OC25 NEWS IN BRIEF Return of The Beautiful CHEYBOYOAN Mich Oct heavy snow storm prevailed here for a short time this morning covering the ground with snow It has snowed hard at intervals bnt the SQOW soon disappears The Anarchists Cases CHICAGO Oot hearing of the motion for a new trial in the case of the seven condemned Anarchists was com menced before Judge Gary today Capt John Carney chief of the Evanston police deposed that Michael Cull of Evauston who in his affidavit alleged that Juror Geo Adams told him prior to the trial that de fendants all ought to hang and that they were beggars in this country who ought to be shot like dogs is a worthless character unworthy of belief The affidavit of Juror Wiams denies making the remarks attribut ed to him within the hearing of Mickael Cull Juror Denker denied saying in the presence of Thos J Morgan that Spies and the rest ought to hang but admits that he had an opinion formed before the trial though he had never expressed it Albert P Love and Orrin S Blossom painters furnished affidavits to the states attorney this morning repudiating the sworn state ments glvca by them to Solomon and Zeis lec regarding the witness Gilmar and add ing that they had been paid for making the same by a check drawn on the International Bank by Solomon Zeisler in favor of JLxrais F Smith They stated tbat they re ceived 530 each out of said check Mr said that his firm gave Smith such a check in payment for services as a private detective in looking up Gil mars where abouts on the fatal night but not for the purpose of buying testimony CapL Black urged the court to grant a postponement of the arguments on the motion when all the affidavits had been read and put in as part of the record but Judge Gary declined CapL Black then began tbc opening argu ment on the motion for a new trial The Gage Failure CHICAGO Oct A S Gage Co was reopened at 10 oclock this morn ing by tho assignee who under the order of Judge Preudergast will conduct the busi ness for the benefit of the creditors pending a statement of the affairs of the embarrassed firm There was a rush of customers and boyond the prevalence of inquiries which the salespeople found it difficult to answer business was carried on as usual The lia bilities and assets have uot yefc been sched uled but the former are estimated at SOO 000 aud the latter at over Amonsf the ascertained liabilities are the claim of the First National Bank for 897 000 Messrs BloomingthaJ of Philadelphia for H B Clafiin Co of New York for J V Furweil Co of Chicago for about O Jdffs Pis kee Potter Lovell fe Co E S J affray Co Isadore Cohn Co Weil Pryfres 000 and Martin JRyerson 3100000 A S Gage will appear in Judge Pender Rftsts court next Wednesday morning when he will be expected to answer any questions which the creditors may asks The assignee has commenced to take inventory oat does not expect to have it completed for a week Thero are no preferences in the assignment bnt the parties who own stocks in the bnilding will apply to the courts today for the exemption of their goods This morning a law firm representing a part of the creditors made a motion before Juape Prendergast to hare au expert book keeper appointed to make an examination of Gage Cors books The court granted the motion saying he would appoint any expert both parties agreed to TBo agents of Lestinne Lobe silk manufacturers of Paris will petition the Caunty Court tomorrow for the return of a large number of Astrachiau cloaks which were received at Gages store on the morn ing of the failnre There is now in the Custom Houae S25000 worth of imported goods on which Gage is unable to pay duty In connection with one of the sntts entered against the firm to day is a bill asking to have set aside the confeisious of judgment asaisjnmont and attachments In lieu of these it is requested thai i receiver be ap pointed Hall Nominated MEBOEB Pa Oct Democratic Congressional Conference for the 2Gth Dis trict met here last night and on the fourth ballot nominated Norman Hall of Sharon Mercer countys candidate for Congress Mr Hali is a native of Lycoming Co and was in the iron business at Marietta LRQ casterfcCo from 1851 to 18C2 Since that time he has been in the same business at Sharon He is a highly intelligent liberal and publicspirited man and is idolized by the working classes He has never taken an active part in politics on Silver Oct the course of a short soeeeii here today Senator Sherman said the greatest question of the dsy was how to make the silver dollar equal to the gold dollar A dollar must be a dollarand enough silver must be put in a dollar to make it a dollar though it be 100 or 150 grains Tbut is honesty and prudence If I had my way I would stop the coinage of the silver dollar gather it into Uncle Sams great vaults aud then issue certificates and let you handle them Those certificates would form the basis of our national bank circulation and preserve what I believe to be the best system of in the country Fire at Hamilton Out destroyed 000 worth of property Thursday The Prohibitionists of St Louis have nominated u full city ticket and candidates for Congress from the Eighth Ninth and Tenth districts The Austrian military attache at Sofiu has been instructed to encourage the Bulgarian regents to resist the liussian demands with a hint oi eventual support The Moscow Gazette of yesterday de clares that 30 Bulgarians have been whipped to death for expressing sympathy with Russias action in Bulgaria There was a very slight shock of earth quake at Charleston at 1 oclock yesterday morning and several equally light shocks at SummerviUe during the night Telegrams to Bradstreets point to an Tin diminished volume of tirade Bank clear ances at 30 cities point to an unmistably full volume of commercial transactions Without saying so in emphatic terms it is gathered from Genl Miless roundabout expressions on the subject that the agree ment was made that the lives of Gerommo and his braves should be spared and that they should be removed at once from Ari zona Another international game of crictet was commenced in Philadelphia yesterday be tween the gentlemen of England and the gentlemen of the former place The Americans closed their innings with 123 and a loss of eight wickets The Englishmen then went in and scored 97 for three wickets Play will be resumed today It is published at Chicago tbat a great lockout at tho stock yards which will make 20000 men idle has been decided on for some time during this month when the packing houses will all close down until the question of eight hours or ten hours for a days work is settled The packers will make a stubborn fight for ten hours while the operatives will as determinedly hold out for eight A L L E OSTH PATENT OIL WELL PIT PATENTED MARCH 17 SEPTEMBER 8 OCTOBER 18 AND DECEMBER 15 This rig is the cheapest lightest running moat durable and requires loss expanse io keep in TO pair than any other ever offtjrod to the public They are mido iu five sizes the smallestbeujg adapted for five or six wells and gradually increasing in strength no to the largest which will pump from forty tofirty with prices according to tlie size Any operator sending the number of wells he wishes to pump will receive priceof tho rig guaranteed to do the woxk rig Ls entirely new and original and all the principal prts are fully covered by four patentsbearing dates as above and any person manufacturing or using this style of paropiuisr rigiwithoutr au thority from the patentee will be liable for damages for any on the same Send for pamphlet giving full description All orders will receive prompt attention V ALLEN Patentee W B ROBEBT8 E TBOBGBTS W B XQEEETS SOIT EES Buy and BOH 9 Prices The Debt Statement Oct following is a re capitulation of tbo dobt statement issued to day TSTEREST BEARING DEBT Bonds at per cent82oO000000 Bonds at4 per cent737760000 Bonds at 3 per cent115 64300 Refunding certificates 119600 Naw pension fnnd 14000000 Pacific Railroad bonds 64623512 DEBT BEABDiO SO IKTEK5ST Old demand and legal tender notesS346738391 Certificates of deposit 7705000 Gold certificates 84691807 Silver certificates 95337112 Fractional currency 6953702 Total debt and interest1742369032 Debt lesa cash in treasury Sept 11373176580 Debt less cash in treasury Oct J ecrea8C of debt during month 10627013 Total caah in the treasury available for redaction of the debt 206924043 Enpneer Brewer Insane DtniRiBKt N Y Oct infor mation has been received here to the effect that Engineer Brewer who ran the illfated Nickel Plate excursion train and who has been indicted for manslaughter has gone The Due dAumales Gift to France PASTS Oct will of the Dnc dAumale bequeathing his great estates at Chautilly with all their appurtenances works of art books and revenues to the French Institute in trust for the people of France forever is dated in 1884 The gift is accompanied by but one condition and that ia that the property must be preserved intact as it shall be on tbe day it cornea into possession of the trustees Tha estates are to bo called the Conde Museum are to be opened to the public at least a vreek during SITE months of the year and tho revenues are to bo applied to keeping the whole of the estates in proper order and to the ac quirement of additional works of art to en rich the magnificent collection with which tho estates are already endowed to pension ing indigent authors and artists and to furnishing prizes for tho encouragement of the adoption of scientific and artistic careers Baseball Yesterday AT SEW TOBK DetroitS 004100 New Ycrk0 AT BOSTON Boston6 0001014012 Kansas AT PITTSBURGH Brooklyn 1 AT WASHINGTON Chicago1 AT nniADEUHIA Philadelphia 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 PITTSBURGH OcL movement haa been started hare to form a national league of colored baseball clubs and a meeting will shortly be held in this oity to perfect an or ganization The leagno will embrace dabs in the cities of Washington Baltimore Philadelphia Cleveland Pittsburgh and Trenton N J The projectors are confi dent they will make the venture a success and propose to put nines in the field The Thetis Takes the Cup Mass Oct race between tho yachts Thetis and Stranger to settle the qnosliou of which should hold the thirdclass cup sailed for in the darkness at Newport a few days ago was sailed here to day in a breeze ranging from 15 to 18 miles per hour It was close and exciting aud was won by the Thois by only minutes The Westmoreland Ccrnty DemocrAt Committee has repudiated tho nomination cf Gilbert T Rafferty for Congress from the Twentyfirst district because he was a nonrefiident of the district The conferees who voted for Rafferty were discharged and nevr ones appointed FINANCIAL of Stocks and Bonds on the New York Markets loaned at 5 YORK Oct from 5 to Money 17 per cent en ca closing Prime mercantile exchange dull a Government Securiti OoUoctioTiH on air And throughout ths United States And do a Gaaenl EDWIN FULLER Cashier Wtfanr HAULS per cent asked paper 45f Sterling 4 BOSDS Cnited do do 4s coup mjijFac 6s of 05126 KA1LBOAU EXPaiSS AXD TrLIOBAPH STOCKS Nor Paciflo pfd Alton A T Hnute 33 Northwestern117 Alton T H pfd S5 Northwentern pfd141 American Eip105 New York Csnt 111 Can Southern 5GKOregonNavigatnI05V Contra Pacific 43 Oregon A TTHCP Chicago A Alton Oregon Imprvmt Chicago i A pfd160 Pacific Mail57 Chicago B t Del A Hudson Del A Island lio Grande Fan NEW FRANKLIN STREET Eleant Assortment of Grocery Erie pfd76 Ji Fort Wtyno 14 St Paul H A JI117K Texu Lake Erie A W Lake Shore St Taul A O t Tan A 0 pMUS 1acirtc 17 UrJon S Exrvrwpv The Universal Wrineer Th8 Metropolitan Tke American Wriagsr All Patents of Wringers are off and now cLcrvra to S3V BOtfT BUY OF PEDDLERS CAEPET SWEEPEBS AjLL KINDS YEEY LOW Honse Fnvnishing Goods of all Kinds Copper WashBoilers Copper Tea Settles Gopher Coffee Pots A Iron Large Assortment of Tinware BICYCLES TRICYCLES ASD VELOCIPEDES Halls 99c Store LOCAL TIME TABLES BUFFALO NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA Sew Jereey Cent 61S WU Tel Nor A West ofil 44H Southern Pao Northern Pacific The Washington Star ays it may bo For fhe relier and cnro of the tion and conpeHtion called A cold in tho head there is more potency in Elys Cream Balm than in anything olseit is possible to prescribe This preparation has for years past ben m ak in R a brilliant success as a remedy for cold in the head Citarrh and bay fever Used in the initial stages of these com plaints Cream Balm prevents any serious derelopmsiit of the syrop said toms while almost numberless cases are or I i ecord of radical cnrcs of chronic catarrh and as a certainty that Secretary Manning is bay fevcr ftu otner modes of treatment n back to the treasur deartment I have roved of no aval Stnmp Collecting Phflately the euphonious name for the postage stamp collecting mania as well BS tho new trado in postage created are celebrating their twentyfifth jubilee this year It fa an error to suppose that this passion has gradually subsided in Germany cer tainly It has largely Increased within the past two or three years A sing whole sale dealer in the southern part of the em pire Imported last year no less than 23 000000 foreign postage stamps represent ing ft weight of 1610 Register A Dredge for Starfish A New London oyster dealer has in vented a dredge with which star Hah the greatest enemies of the oyster can be taken from a bed without disturbing the According to the returns for 1SS5 in Scotland one child out of every twelva registered is OJesiUjpate TOILET SETS OF SLL VSBIETIES Choice Dinner Sets Choice Tea Sets White English Goods Iron Stone China Good French China East Liverpool Ware Haddocks English Ware Meakims English Ware Elegant display of Parlor Lamps Brass Hanging Lamps irp TIT At in BAILROAD JwJJClS 13S6 Eastern f75O Time IIOUTH j Buffalo OiiCSty b210 pm I So i N i F V No 20 3lri pm 115 71 0am i 05 piru 2X pm1 155 755 aKL Oil Civ No 1 1fist No S Acoora 5 Eipress V pm 15pro OOpEi W FSX t I c bipress t oo am 110pm 1 No 7 Acccai ill pm j Xo 9 155pm 54i NojJi STrg and 4Hunib725pto SX Bnvj 345 Corrv a and leavins MayxtUe No 41 wiii Union Cily 620 a in arrive TitusnUt S30 a ra No will leave TftnsviDe 540 p m At Union City 7SO p m D A T i P K HXlSfS No S5 QOTXO XOhTM I 5XFSJSS XATU So 2 No 4 TitnsvilloLv m m S56 Warrou am pai S56 Junction arJlViS pna sia J 0 50 am Z as 10 JA Liiv PJalo j0 50 am Z Dunkirk Ar ll o 10 DO J FORD DORKANCE Meadyille Pa i U not allowed to oa aay frwzht trains except 7 Uteu mlfi tickets   

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