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FBI DAY, DECEMBER 19. 1890.
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panied hy a reepooaibie naaae.
A Sharp Contrast.
go far as the sign* now portend, J. Donald
Cameron will be bis own successor—and
on the 4th of Marth will enter upon his
third term, with aggregate of 18 years, as
Senator *4 the United States, from the
second State in the Union; and having np
to this time shown little statesmanship,
•ther than that comprehended in making
Motions to adjourn, or going into executive
session; keeping himself aloof from toneb
or sympathy with the."great mass of the
party with which he professes to be identi
fied; and fashioning his Republicanism so
as to suit South Carolina's ex-Confederate
Senators, rather than those who honor him
with their confidence, and keep him con
tbiaougly in his seat. On the other hand,
Hon. Wm. M. Evarts, New York's dis
tinguished Senator, a Statesman with
world-wild reputation, a Cabinet officer
under two Administrations, and the ablest
lawyer doubtless in the body of which he
is now a conspicious member, at the same
date, takes leave of the Senate chamber,
at the end of one term, or an aggregate of
only six years, to pass thenceforward in all
likelihood into permanent private life.
Could there be imagined a sharper con
tract. in all the singularities of politics! —
THE war between the factions in Ireland
—the Parnellites and the MeCarthyites—
is becoming decidedly interesting. At a
town in the Kilkenny district, Tuesday,
open air meetings, in the interest of the
opposing candidates were held near each
other, and the two meetings came in col
lision, and a regular row ensued. Mr.
Parnell who was addressing one of the
meetings was driven off, and when he at
tempted to address a smaller meeting, at
some distance, his crowd was surrounded
by the other, and a small bag filled with
lime was thrown into his face, and he was,
for a time, completely blinded and put in
great pain. A scene of wild confusion fol
lowed and Parnell was driven to his hotel
for medical treatment.
Now a "Good Indian."
Indian police arrested Sitting Bull ft bis
camp near Fort Yates, North Dakota, last
Monday morning; bis followers attempted
his rescue, a fight ensued and (pur police
men, Sitting Bull, his son and several oth
er Indians were killed. The police were
surrounded, but were rescued by troops,
the Indian* took to their heels and it is
supposed that the Messiah erase and in
cipient war is ended.
IF TJTX number of Congressmen is fixed
as now seems provable, the ratio of
' population for each will be 173,901, and
this State will will get 30 members; also
the electoral college will consist of 444
Totes requiring 223 to eleot a President, of
which Pennsylvania would cast 32.
THS Delamater failure grows worse as
time passes. A dispatch from Meadville
dated the Ilth inst stated that 19,000 of
State license money, SB,OOO of State tax
and $2,200 for Warren Hospital, for all
of which county orders had been drawn
and left at tho bank had not been paid.
The County Treasurer is ruined by the
failureand has resigned his office. David
Martin of Philadelphia threatened to pros
ecute Delamater for misrepresentation re
garding the $5,000 he secured from him,
and it is reported that Senator Quay agreed
to make it good.
Ax Colombia, S. 0. last Thursday J. L.
M. Irby, an adherent of Tillman, was
elected U. 8. Senator to succeed Wade
Hampton, and Wade's busby side whiskers
and his crutches will cease to be among
the attractions of the Senate Chamber.
OVER 12,000 cases of eholera are report
ed in Guatemala and 1200 deaths in seven
Ex U. 8. Senator Wm. A. Wallace, of
Clearfield, Pa., made an assignment for the
benefit ol his creditors on Tuesday of this
week, and the Clearfield County Bank, in
in which he was largely interested closed
its doors. Senator Wallace's friends at
tribute his failure to the stringency in tho
money market, his money being tied np in
some western mining speculations, and
claim that his property will pay dollar for
dollar. This may prove to be the case,
but as a rule speculation and tho banking
business do not harmonize.
The Sutton A Cbnstie well on the M.
Zicgler farm, south of Harmony is good
for 75 bbls., and as high as S3OO bonus, has
been paid for leases of town lots down that
direction. The now town is called "Swam
poodle" on account of the swamp.
Enawha's 2 on the Hiram Graham started
off at 60 bbls.
Clark & Go's 13 on the Rader is rated at
Ralph A Co. are drilling a test well two
miles east of Mt. Chestnut.
The well on tho Dr. Hoover farm is re
ported good for 20 bbls. The tools were
taken out Monday evening.
A party of drillers, consisting of W. C.
Glnter, of Petrolia; W. E. iiabcock.of Four
Mile, 2». Y., and Henry MeElroy, of Alle
gheny, have been engaged by the Oil Well
Supply Company to go to a point 40 miles
from Bucharest and drill for oil for the
Hamburg Oil Company, of Hamburg,
Germany. Four strings of tools have been
ordered. An attempt was made some
time ago to drill a well at this point but
failed. One of the American drillers in
the first party shot a man in Roumania,
and is now ferving a life sentence in a
Roumania prison. They will leave January
1. They are the crew which has been drill
ing the well on the Exposition grounds.
A company of producers have organized
at Emlenton to build a refinery near that
place at a cost of $60,000. They also pro
pose to boild pipe lines in the Squaw
Valley, Ritchie Run, Byrom Conter and
Marias ville districts.
Middlesex Twp. Items.
Our school, which is being taught by
Mr. Clifford Montgomery, is making good
progress. The scholars all appreciate his
method of teaching and his pleasant
Mr. Henry Lefevre is teaming in the
Wildwood oil field.
The most pleasant gatherings in Middle
sex are the singings which take place every
Friday eveniDg at Fort Sumter school
house, conducted by Prof. James Koan.
Charles Maizland, John Quinu and Wm.
Quinn struck outlast Saturday in the direc
tioh of Tfcorn Creek on a hunting expodf
tion and returned in the evening, ana
boasted of having quite a successful trip.
UP in Maine they are already harvesting
The Teachers' Institute.
The Teachers' Institute now being held
in the Court House appear* to be one of
the best and most successful ever held in j
this place. There are two hundred and
neventy-one teachers in attendance, and
anutual earnestness and attention are ob
served among them. The list of instruc
tors embraces a large and able set of men,
and their teachings have been carefully
and studiously considered by the mass of
teachers, and we believe the present sea
gions are as wholesome and productive of
good as could be reasonably desired.
A list of the foreign instructors must
naturally begin with Prof. C. E. Leslie, of
Chicago, who might be innocently styled:
Musical Director. The Professor plainly
commands the hearts of Jour-fifths of the
| teachers and is certainly a musical genius,
lif a rather peculiar one. He understands
his audiences and never fails in getting
them in perfect sympathy with him. When
he has the floor there is no question as to
who has the attention of the house.
Prof. G. J. Luckey, of Pittsburg, spoke
and will speak on a variety of subjects,
principally method* of teaching the ordi
nary branches of study. He is very enter
taining as well as practical, and is mnch
Dr. Snyder, of Indiana, Pa., has spoken
frequently and well. His talks are of a
higher order and a statement of his that
struck us was that the greatest deficiency
of the average teacher is in mathematics,
certainly one of the most important of all
the branches taught in our public schools.
The list of foreign instructors is com
pleted with Prof. A. E. Maltby,of Slippery
rock, Dr. Crawford, of Tidionte, Pa., and
Prof. Winship, of Boston.
The address of welcome was made on
Monday aiternoon by Lev. McQuistion,
Esq., and was pronounced by many the
best welcoming address ever made to the
teachers in Butler, amid the flow of
eloquence of which Mr. McQuistion is so
much a master of,were many potent truths,
and much food for meditation for the
teachers. He urged that in all teaching
the moral nature ol the pupils should be
educated as the mental training progressed
and called attention to the self evident
fact that an educated villain is the worst
man known to society. The address war
couched in the most elegant language and
was most satisfactory.
Mr. M. H. Young, of Harrisville, a son
of Rev. Young, of North "W ashingtou,
responded in a practical and well consider
ed speech, in which he forcibly spoke ol
the prominence of country born and bred
men in all the walks of city and national
life. The lives of James A. Garfield and
Aaron Burr were contrasted and morals
drawn from them. His response was good.
Hon. Henry Hall, of Mercer, lectured in
the evening, and his subject, "The Coming
Man," was treated in such a new and novel
phase as to greatly interest all. "The
Coming Man" was located in the United
States and was to be the product of this
country,arising from our wonderful growth
and genius. From the present mixed and
different races, or bloods rather, of the
people who now compose our population,
a future was forecast by Mr. Hall, in
which all theso bloods will be united with
a grander and better education, better
m&nuers, customs and laws, making us a
better and more just and rational people,
It is most sincerely to be hoped
that Mr. Hall may be a prophet
in this view of our future. "The
Coming Man" cannot come too soon. He.
in fact, is needed now. Many things are
plainly wrong in our present civilization
and laws. Reforms have been and will
continue to be made for the better, but
what the future of a hundred years may
have in store for this country no man
knowetb. That it may be the condition
and improvement described iu "The Com
ing Man" is the hope of all and should be
the work and effort of all to bring about.
At tho conclusion of the lecture, the
social event of tho occasion occurred iu the
reception tendered by the town teachers
to those visiting. The reception was hold
at the Y. M. C. A. rooms, anil alter some
time spent in becoming acquainted,refresh
ments were served. It was a delicate and
well-timed action by our teachers and will
be remembered as the feature of these ses
sions by many.
Tuesday was spent listening to the in
structors and there was an oppressive jam
iu tho court-room all afternoon. This
feature is, perhaps, the greatest fault of
our institutes, and there is no doubt that
this "rushing in" by disinterested crowds,
especially of the youthful classes,interferes
greatly with the actual good done by tho
sessions. This lault has always existed,
and probably will so long as tho Institutes
remains so popular among the amusement
loving public, for to such, the Institutes
are exactly that.
Taken as a whole,to use a Hibernianism,
such of the present Institute as has tran
spired up to the present writing has been
an unqualified success, and reflects credit
on tho superintendents of whose labor it is
Wcndling's lecture Tuesday evening was
one of the grandest efforts wo have ever
heard. He proved, perhaps as well as any
human being can prove, that death is not
the end of our spiritual existence.
The principal features of Wednesday's
programme were Prof. Maltby's talks on
imagination and the theory of teaching,
which were very instructive and were
highly appreciated by the teachers.
The proceedings of the Directors Meet
ing will appear next week.
BBAHY SCHOOL, KO. 2.
The second month of school closed on
Monday, Dec. Bth. No. of pupils in at
tendance during month; males 23; females
10; average of attendance during month:
males 18; females 15. Percentage of at
tendance during month: males 88; females
Following are the names of those who
were present every day: Melda and Katie
Dipner, Laura and Ella Turner, Mamie and
Bessie Milligan, Mollie Sipe, Mary Bailey,
Frank and Chas. Dipner, Robert Fennell,
Wesley Sipe, Dickie Burke, Eddie Burke,
J. R. and Samuel Young.
Owing •«> the County Institute tho school
closed on Friday, Dec. 12th, for a vacation
of one week. Au examination was held
the week previous to vacation, and, with
but few exception l ), the results were very
satisfactory to both teacher and pupils
Directors and patrons seem somewhat
backward in visiting the school, but it
hoped, as winter has now set in, that the.
will make a better showing in time to
come, than they have in the past.
W. P. Bii'K, Teacher.
—Pennsylvania has 8000 registered prac
ticing physicians, 300 of tho number are
Notice of Application for Char
In tho Court of Common Pleas of Butler
County, M's D. No. 7, March Term, 1691.
Notice is hereby given that an applica
tion will be made to the Hon. A. L. Hazen,
President Judge of said Court, on the 7th
day of Jar nary, 1891, at 2 p. m., under the
Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide
for tr.e incorporation and regulation of cer
tain corporations," approved April 29,1874,
and the supplements thereto, by Henry J.
Ifl't,George Alarburgcr.John Uohner, Enos
Darkey, and J. A. Bipper for the charter
of an "inteuded corporation, to be called
Tho Evans City Cemetery Association of
Evansburg, Butler County, Penn'a. The
character and object whereof is to pur
chase, sell and hold laud and materials,
and to employ the necessary labor iu the
establishment and maintenance of a public
j place for the burial of the dead, in the
I township of Jackson, county of But
ler, Stote of Pennsylvania, and for these
i purposes to have, possess and enjoy all the
I rights, benefits and privileges of the said
Act of Assembly and its supplements.
W. H. Lrsx, Solicitor.
Dec. 15, 1890,
The State Hospital at Mercer has been
MUler A Son- planing mill, anil Kaereher j
A Sons bar mill at Rochester Pa. burned
last Saturday night, and the Doncaster
House was only saved by a great effort.
Judge Mellaril refused to interfere in the
Grove City College fuss, for the reason that
the suit was brought against the Faculty
and not against the Trustees.
Beaver Co. thieves stole three horses
frcm Mr. Swisher's barn near Enon lately.
Al. Crispin, now in jail at Buffalo, has
created a sensation in Venango Co., by
confessing to the murder of young Wash
burn. near Cooperstown, some years ago.
At Buehtel College, Akron, 0., the young
ladies gave a dancing party in fancy cos
tumes, decorated with cotton batting,
which took fire and from a gas jet, and two
I of them were burned to death.
Some citizens of New Castle are arrang
ing to build a $30,000 hospital there.
The former citizens of Butler Co. now
resident in Beaver Falls and vicinity are
arranging for a reunion and banquet, and
an oreanization has been effected with
John A. Dodds,for president, James Piper,
Secy., C. C. Sullivan, Treas., and John
A. Dodds, White township; D. C. Ayrcs,
Rochester; David Johnson, Fallston; Orm
li. Matthews, Beaver; Rev. McKinney,
New Brighton; Rev. M. J. Slcppy.
James Piper. K. M. Downle, W. T. Ander
son, Eli Miller, C. C. Stewart and H. C.
Purviance of Beaver Falls Executive
The Nicelys boys are yet lying in their
cells under treatment form their various
injuries. Beside broken wrists, sprained
ankles and other external injuries, they
noth suffered severely from their exposure
to the extreme cold weather, and their
hands and feet are frozen. For awhile it
was thought that inflammation had set in
Joe's frozen foot It may be necessary to
amputate the toc-B and heel on his foot.
Both the doctor and Sherifl' believe the
Nicelvs will recover, and will suffer the
penalty of their crime on the gallows.
At the Rod mill at New Castle lately
an assistant roll-turner had his arm caught
in a pair of slow moving cogs. Every
effort was made to stop the machinery, but
this could not be accomplished till the arm
was crushed to a jelly as far up as the
elbow, and the muscles and flesh torn off
above the joint. After he was released
from his perilous position he was hastily
removed to bis boarding house where
doctors amputated the arm just above the
IN the U. S. Circuit Court at Boston,
last Friday, the case of the Hat Sweat Co.
vs. J. P. Oilman's Sons was decided in fa
vor of the plaintiffs. It was a test case on
a hat band patent, and the royalties claim
ed from the different hat manufacturers of
the country already amount to three mil
The Bribery Cases.
Judge Uazen refused to quash thebribery
indictments, and the first case, that of
tho Com. vs W. D. Wallace, Esq. was
taken up in the New Castle Court last Sat
urday morning. The entire day was oc
cupied in trying to select a jury.
On Monday the jury was completed and
Messrs A. F. Smith, Dr. McConnell, A- P.
Marshall and others were examined as wit
nesses, and Tate was called but refused to
answer on the ground that his evidence
would criminate himself.
On Tuesday, Tate persisted in his refus
al lo answer questions, the matter was
argued for hours and Judge Hazen finally
decided that he should answer.
Ho was then asked:
"Did you, Mr- Shaffer and Mr. Downing
have a conversation with Mr. W. D. V, ai
laco on a side ftreet on July .'if
"I refuse to answer, as my answer might
have a tendency to criminate me," re
sponded Mr. Tate.
lie per.'.isted in his refusal to answer,
and, the Court made tho following order:
"Whereas. The witness, John L. Tate,
being a witness in the ease now ou trial,
having stated that certain answers to que
tions might tend to criminate him, tho
Conrt havirg heard arguments, and having
decided that witness should answer, but
that answeis so given could not be used
against him in a criminal prosecution, he
still refusing to answer, the Court adjudg
ing him guilty of contempt, therefore, the
Court doth now commit him to the county
jail until such time as ho will purgt< him
self of said contempt." Tate was then
placed in jail.
T. I Downing another of the Beaver
county delegates under indictment, was
the next witness called. He stated that
he had been a delegate to the convention,
and had met -VI r. Wallace on tho street
"Did Mr. Wallace ask you to vote for
Alexander McDowellT" "I decline to
answer, for the same reason as was given
by Mr. Tate," responded Mr Downing
Here the acting District Attorney said:
'There is no use proceeding furthe.-, he
will not answer."
The Court—'Thomas J. Downing, do you
persist in not answering forfear the answers
will tend lo criminate you?
Mr. Downing- Yes.
"Do you know that the Court has ruled
that the answers given by you cannot be
used against you in any criminal prosecu
Judge llazen then committed Thomas
Downing to jail until he too would purge
himselfol contempt. He wan placed in
jail with Tate at once.
Ktlwin Shaffer, another of the Beaver
delegated, under indictment for bribery,
wan called and refused to answer all ques
tions for the samo reason that the other*
bad given. After informing the Court that
he persisted in his refusal, be also was sent
to jail with his two friends.
On Wednesday morning Tate, ShalTer
and Downing were brought into Court,
when they persisted i;i refusing to answer,
anil were »e!:teuced by tlie Court to pay a
fine of S2OO each, and be imprisoned in the
County jail till Mnrch 10, 1891.
The trial of Wallace was continued, but
as the prosecution had relied on the
evidence of the three imprisoned men to
convict him, the case feM thiougb, andtbe
jury divided the costs between the pro
secutor and dependant.
The cases vs the three imprisoned men
were continued till next term.
bto ri-nilll/ cured by Hood'* Sariaparllia that It
•ecu* klinoit f'M>U«h la any uno to allow tlio
trouble to continue. By Its tonlnß and Invigora
ting clfe-1 upon the dlgeatlve organ*. Hood - * Sar
aaparllla really tflve* reilof when headache
arl*e» from IndlgOftlimi and In neuralgic condi
tions, by building up the debilitated nyiteni,
Jlood'a Haraaparilla rtmorm the cause and hence
overcome* the difficulty.
'• My wife auffcrod from *!ck headache at.(l neu
ralgia. After taking Hood'* Sarnaparilla site w;u
much relieved." W.H. Basb, Wilmington, Ohio.
Bold fry all dragKl»U. fl;itxforf& Spared only
by C. I. HOOD * CO., Apothecaries Lowell, Ma**.
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to the extent tfcut corporations can
bear; in fact, it is the farmers' friend
in everything that is just and reason
able. The coming session of the
Legislature and Congress will In? >.f
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class, and all news of importance to
them will be fonod in the Wetkltj
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THOMPSON"— his home near Middle
town. Thurs. I)ec. 4. I*9o, Charley
Thompson son >1 John Thompson.
WILLIAMSOX At her home near North
Washington, onday Dec. 1">, ls'JO, Miss
Williamson,d. ghterofJohn Williamson.
HUTCH ISON— l.ursday, Dec. 11. 1890.
Airs. Catharir. • Hutchison,wife of Camp
bell Hutchison of Washington Twp. aged
about 57 year-.
STEHLE—Saturday, Dec. 13. 1890, at the
family resider, on N. Main St. Butler.
Thomas T. i. unt son of John F. T.
CCNXIXGHA>: —At her home ir. Butler.
Thursday im i ing. Dec. 18, 1-90. Mr.-.
Eleanor Cnn: . lghaui, aged 75 years, 7
months. Th funeral will take place
Saturday atti :oon.
McKKE —At lii ome in liitler, Dec. 18,
1890, Kobert . . Kce Esq. in the 73d year
of his age. I .neral Saturday at Ip. m.
EM KICK —At t e home of its parents in
Allegheny, I lay Dec. 5, 1890, Asa W.
Emrick, son • John Emrick. formerly of
Summit Twp. .ged about sis months.
WILSON—At is home in Portersviile,
Friday evenine Dec. 12,18D0. Dr. William
Wilton. aged .ibout 35 years.
He leaves a wife bnt no children, his
remains were taken to Xew Wilmington
PAKKER —At ''.is residence in Pittsburg,
Dec. 9. 1890, I LOR. A. Parker, aged 54
ERAS —At his 1, >!iie in Buffalo Twp. Sun
day Dec. 14 l? 90, John Ekas aged about
His wife died a low weeks ago. and now
his own death :u:ikes orphans of five small
J. E. Kastor,
Prac aJ Slate Roofer.
Omamsnkl and Plain Slating
Ol all kind lone on short notice.
Office with vV. H. Morris, No.
7, N. M i n St„ Residence
Norti Kim street,
r tier, Pa.
VV* AM KB—Ag' .s to soUclt ordtis for ou
"choice a!j(i i ily Nursery Stock.
Steady Work V Kncrgftle Temperate Jlen.
Salary and exr. ~.<s or commission if preler
ed. Write at ou s; ate Age, Address.
R. G. Chas &Co ,'^.SSf.V
New Li very Stable.
New Stoc- ,
—OPEN D -Y AND NIGHT—
Horses fed ai « boarded.
PETE' KRAMER, Prop'r
39. W. Jet -son St., Batler, Pa.
Mifflin Itrsst Livery.
W. G. tIEHL, Prop'r.
One equar- *ost of Main St., on
Mifflin St .11 good, safe horses;
uew baggier! ad carriages. Landaus
for wedding and funerals. Open
day and nigh- Telephone No. 24.
L. C - WICK
Bough an.. Worked Lumber
( ALL KINDS
Doors, Sash Blinds, Mouldings,
Shins es and Lath
Alwnys in Stock.
LIME, HA 1U AND PLASTER.
Ofllce opj. site P. <fc W. Depot,
BUTLER, - . - PA.
I'strct Vmrial ' Friction and Bflt Feed.
Steam £m aes, Hay Presses,
Shin c "sliJls &c
Poital o Grist Mills,
Send lor Ilius. n.r«#hlwr MH< hint* Ac.
CaUU>*'ie. A rAUqtllAll CO.. York, Pa.
: n •"* V' i £ '■' • A no - nlO
i'" . * •• f r i«. O t*'ts paps j ci obtj r. ei? rrat »
:n aJv: . ... n Chicago, vu.'j find it cn Ifcit
J3ii>* 0 ercoat Sale
The R tcket Store.
OV Ell CO A 3OF ALL GRADES,
STYLES AND COLORS AT
ROCK B(- . TOM PRICES FOR
REM EM HE THAT NO FIRM
DOING A 'REDIT BUSINESS
CAN QUO 'E THE LOW CASH
PRICES fOU WILL FIND
AT THE < VE PRICE
RACK T STORE,
48 B. .am Ht.,
List of Jure s for Jan. 5, 1891.
Mat of "raver* ilrors draw llils 19ttl it ay of
Novciiiij. r. A I> • :i . 10 serve us Jurors at a
11 rin 01 court 1 mmence .1 an nary 18:il:
Andre. Daniel, K rvlew township, farmer.
Brown. VV. K., << 'or<l township, farmer.
Urown, J. li., \V li townsh p. farmer.
f*-arr!. kiiian. Abe vVasliingtoii twn., farmer.
Conueil. J. W i! ler, H! Ward, barber.
Crall. W. C., Knf .. ad Ward, carriage trim-
Clark, William, " rcer township, minor,
cummins, 1.. K.. ' reer township. miner,
cow u, K. M,. *H| rvrock township. farmer.
V.. I'. Ifi'i al township, farmer.
Cxinpi -I'll. V> in UT. 'Jil Ward, tjent.
I lew. sly, ,1. i!., iloii town ,lilp. fanner.
iKjiitthuc.ll . 'y township, farmer.
MN-OIJ. William, itli township farmer.
OotitliMft l>. li.. rwiird lownsnlp. merchant.
Kiikin. s. I'.. I! .. ih Ward, teamster.
Kl rt, William. --.ln-ny towns. Ip. producer.
Kl-li'-r. .I'■ir»-r-»«#it. "nil lownslilp. farmer.
I redley, Jph 1 lle-i-x township, farmer.
r MieirM iay township, (inner.
(jail iie r X'-.ii. i township, farmer.
Uilhreaih, .1. f'., Ufleia township, farmer.
C ■ osMier. Jacob. irris City. bu i her.
IP pier, John, i:- ilo township firmer.
liillUiil. .1. f.. ! wlia ti:>r ». ilrlller.
.Holland, Joh ' . Washington township, far-
1 ir> . John, Z"lle. !e t.oro, ineivUnnt.
Iniaii. .lov'p 1 !. I> valiawnslitp. larnn r.
•loliti-ion. Willi..) I'uirview township, farmer,
j. Hi' .1 A. Ma.. > t reek t.own.-hlp, larmur.
Kliklai.d, N. M intlel-'l town-hip. Justice.
Kluse, Philip. hm nil township, farmer.
I.oiti.ii. J<>sepli,ersi.n township, farmer.
I.eibb r. Nat , tin; :td Ward, teamster.;
1 liiiner. vie, '<Jdy Creek twp;. farmer.
Murtlan l. .1. s ■ . oid township, farmer.
Mil er, i;. M ird township, laruiea
MeKli.eey. Nev. '• li iflt r. 3d Hard, clerk.
*Mc 1>• vut, 1. A idy township, farmer.
McQutstoii. Iti 'H, lirady township, farmer.
Mel h mono .S. llutler. Ist Wait], clerk.
Kelsu r. Hliafler. p|>er\ rock towuship. farmer.
Mxon. Ijeoruc. •! .• son township. fanner.
Otto, William, :: )'• :«1 Ward, laborer.
Painter. M-J- lield township, lai iner.
JUiode*. v. i., :ry lioro. merchant,
liaw I'. K Was. ;ton township, farmer.
Koxla-ny, J- C. . '-i<et lioro. tiuteher,
Suoiinr.:'- r. th Wind. clerk.
Huiton, Hamuel ! y township, farmer.
M.ean r, 1". i: . - nilt township farmer.
Ti j lor, !•. I! . v., h township, farmer,
i iioiiip'ou, W. v sunhury imM. Kent,-
i, , ter,• '»ton vi.ii'. nkKfXMMr.
VVaj i c'r J. W.. I rvlew lownshlp. farmer.
Warner, i.eorge. itler. Mb Ward, teamster.
Elc ion Notice
The Annual . cction for 12 Directors of
the Butler < utr Mutual Fire Ins. Co.
will lie held at i«*ofiie«nf tbeSec. in Hut
ler, Pi . Tue Jan. 13, 1891, between
the hours of In 12 p m.
I , order of the I're*.
U. (J. Ileinemu See.
A crgain of tartar baking powder. High
est of all in leavening strength.— V. S.
Government licjiort, Avg. 17, lt>Bß.
Administrators and Exeeutors of estates
can seeure their re<'eipt books at the C'tTi-
O. C.. No. '.O, ilareh Term. isui.
In re., tlrst and final account of ts. I). Swain,
exetuior < (the last will -"J testament ot Heu
j:\nitn Sw;iln de<-'<t. dtf'd. late of Zellenople
bcrough. . ,
tiavine i< 4 en apt-olntt >! ai'u.lor in the above
stp.led c.tsi■ To mai: ■ OislrtbuiloTi of the f'uids of
the estate ii. il.i- hamii or th«< executor, as
sUowu LV hU fin UA. coaa' to aiMi among lln.se
:«i;aUJ en'i'.k-u ther>- ; .>, and ir any exceptions
be filed to said aeo unt m pass I;|MUI the aame ;
noiice is hereby glvei. ilint 1 will attend to tlie
duties of liie above appointment :it the office 01
Coulter £ Baker, llntlei. Pa., on Tliursday. Dec.
isth, i«9U. ai 10 o'clock i. m.
T. >! BAlvKlt. A'ldiUir.
Ebtaic of Edward H. Graham,
I.ATE OF CO^NI LNESHIXU TWP,
Letters of administration on the estate of
Edward 11. Graham, dee'd, late of Gonnoque
nessing Twp., Butler Co., Pa., having been
granted to the undersigned,ail persons know
ing theuiselvet. indebted to said estate wiil
please make imiuedia' ■ payment, and any
Having claius against ~aid tsta'e will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement.
it. H. GIiAHAM, Adui'r,
W. D. Braudon, ( ConiKKjUenensing Tp ,
att'y. I Uutier County, I'a.
The stockholders of the Worth Mutual
Fire Insurance Co. will meet iu the U. I'.
church at West Liberty on Tuesday, Jan.
13, 1891, for the purpose of electing officers
for the ensuing year, and for attending to
such other business a- may come before
them. W. E TAYLOR, Sec'y.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
To all whom it ni'ty concern:
Take notice that the partnership hereto
fore existing between Owen Brady, Joseph
Hartman, A. 11. Simpson and 11. J. Hoyt,
doing a banking business under the firm
name and style of the Butler County Bank,
11. J. Hoyt & Co., at Uillerstown, Butler
county, l'a., is hereby dissolved, to take
effect on the first day of January, 1891;
that the said Owen Brady, Joseph Hart
man and A. H. Simpson have sold all their
right, title, interest aud claim in said part
nership to 11. J. Hoyt, who will carry on
the business hiinscll under the name of the
Batler County Bank: that the said U. J.
Hoyt has assumed all the debts aud liabili
ties ol the said partnership, the Butler
County Bank, of which all interested will
take notice. OWES BRAOV,
A. H. SIMPSON,
H. J. HOYT.
MILLERSTO'WN, PA., Oct. 29, 1890.
The undersigned, this day having dis
posed of their interest in the Butler County
Bank, of Millerstown, I'a.. to take effect
the first day of January, 1891, as per above
notice, to H. J. Hoyt, who has so long, so
successfully and so" satisfactorily managed
the affairs of said bank, and who will con
tinue to conduct its business and serve its
customers and friends as heretofore, take
pleasure in be.-peaking for him the same
generous patrrtnage by the people of this
place and vicinity as he has merited aud
received at their hands in the past.
A. H. SIMPSON.
MILLEUSTOW N, I'A., Oct. 29. 1890.
The undersigned will, ou the tirst day of
January next, assume the sole ownership
and full proprietorship of the Itulier Coun
ty Bank, as shown is the foregoing notices,
and he takes this opportunity lo express
hiH thanks nud pratitude for the large share
of patronage which has boen extended him
these lUfny years past, and owing to the
increased facilities he will have lor serving
his friends aud patrons, he promises to do
anything in his power that is consistent
with safe banking to meet their require
ments, ami solicits it continuance of their
Yours Yen* Respectfully,
MILLKRSTOW.V, PA., Ocl. i;l>. I^9o.
(ESTATE OF JOHN WEBB, DEC'D.)
WIIkBCAB, letters testameutary to the
estate of Jehu Webb, late of Clay Twp., But
ler Co., Pa., dec'd have been granted to the
subscribers, ail persons indebted to said
eolate are requested to make immediate pay
ment aud any having claims or demands
against the estate oi said decedent will make
known !h»- same »ithout delay to
WM. M. WI'BB, JOHN- \i. WEBB.
Euelid, I'a. lirauehtoo, Pa.
August 30, 1 si)o.
The partnership heretofore existing l>e
tween It. S. Kicholls and L. M. Hewitt
under the lirtn name of K. S. Nieholls &
Co. has this day heon dissolved by mutual
consent, II r. L 11. llowitt retiring from
the firm. The business will be continued
by It. S. Nicholls, who is authorized to
settle claims and collect accounts due the
firm. R. 8. XICIIOLLS.
Nov. 10, 1890. L. M. HEWITT.
In retiring from the firm of R. S.
Nicholls <t Co. I take pleasure in recom
mending iny late partner Mi'. Nicholls and
bespeak for him a continuance ol the pat
ronage ol our old customers.
L. M. HEWITT, Butler, Pa.
Nov. 10, 1890.
Dissolution Not ce.
Notice is hereby given that the partner
ship heretofore exc-tini< between W. W.
Itlackmore and M.Grieb, under the
firm name of lilaekmore & (irieh, was dis
solved by mutual consent ou Monday, Sept.
22, 18;K>. The business will be contiDueil at
the same place by L. >!. firieb A Co., who
will settle the business nf the old firm.
V'.'. W. BL.ACKMOUE,
L. M. G ill Kit.
ESTATE <>; M'»\N HII.I.IAUI>, I)K<-I>," LATE
01-" WASHINGTON Twp.
letters on the estate of Sunau
Hillisrd. dec'd. In. ..f Washington Twp ,
Butler t 0., I'a., having been granted to the
uuderMgnetl.all p«-rs'i:is knuwn-if themselves
indebted lo the -aid estate will please make
immediate payment, and ;iiiy having elaims
agaimt -aid estat will pre'ctit them duly
authenticated fi. K. ttlemei.t.
I'KTfci: I'. HII.LIABD, Ex'r,
(J. W. FLEECE it, Att'y.
VESTATE or JOHN W. BRANDON", DEC'D.)
Letters te>tan.ei:i»rv on t!ie estate of John
W. Brandon, iie;'.i, late of t'onnoriueiiessing
Twp.. Busier t <«. I'a., h vimt been ijrsiited
to tile ui;ii«rsij.-uefl. :.ll persons knowing
themselves indebted to said tv:tte will
pit'*-" IIMKi hum .tiat'' payni»'l'tt. aud any
havingclau ' / inn«*t.l . state will present
them duly mi■ it*-i;lifa''-d tor seUl«o»ent.
J. 1 MKIIY URASDtIS. Ex'r,
W. I>. Braudou, ] t i'tii>oijueueming I'. 0., i
atl'y 1 Butler Couuty, Pa. j
LOCAL OR TRAVELING.
To sell our Nursery slock, sul try, expenses and
steady employment guaranteed.
IHtSK BICtITIt r Its COMPASI.
Kocliester. N. V
.Votiee is hereby jrifou that the partner
ship exiting between H. M. Clark ami !>.
A. Kstiifrar. nailer the firm name of H.
M. Clark i Cn., was di--.ilv*•<! by mutual
tMmt nil Oat. UN. Tb6 book*
the firm are in the hands of iJ. M (Mark,
who will collect all accounts and <<-ttl«- all
bills. 11. M CLARK,
1). A. KAMKRKR.
The general meeting of the Farmers
Mutual Kire Insuranee Co. of Hannahs
town and vicinity will lie held on Satur
day, the 10th day of January, I*ol, at 1
o'clock p. m., at the Creamery Building in
l>e!ano. Four directors to l.e elected for
three years. A. KRAVSK. President.
I>ec. 15, ]S!>O. HEXRY HKCK, Sec'y.
ESTATE or JAMES MI EI.N ANUY, DEI 'n.
X' tiee i? hereby given that letters of ad
ininistratiou on the estate, ol James Uc-
Elhaney, lata of Butler Borough, Butler Co.,
eect-ased, have been granted to A. T. Blaefc,
rtsident of said borough,to wnoru all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
payment, and those having claims or de
maud* will mate known the saat without
delay. A. T. BLACK, Adm'r,
Notice is hereby given that the stock
holders oft he Butler Savings Bank will meet
ia the rooms of said Bank, S. Main St.,
Butler, Fa., on Saturday, Dec. 20, IS9O, at
10 o'clock a. m., to vote for or against the
proposition to renew and extend the char
ter corporate rights and franchises of said
Butler Savings Bank. By order of the
Board. J. It. PURVIS, Pres.
VT. A. STKIN, Sec.
"W. D. Brandon, att'y.
B. <F n
and more for your money in every
case—on every item is what we
\Vriie onr Mail Order Department
of Dry Goods of any kind that you
may be iu want of; compare qualities
and prices with any other you may
find, and see if we do not prove our
claim every time. Only on this prin
ciple ot giving the most and best ob
tainable for every dollar we hope for
your patronage. No sentiment in
We offer among many other specials
-33-ioch Imported Tailor Suitings,
checks and stripes, 45 cents
40-inch Cloth Suitings, mixed aud
solid colors, 45 cents.
3(»-inch All Wool Camel's Hair, all
colors, 45 cents.
48-irjcb Cheviotte Suitings, 75 cents;
iu all ultra-fashionable shades.
50-inch Scotch Check Mixtures,
medium dark colors, 75 cents (sold
universally at SI.OO elsewhere.)
For the Holidays, special large and
elegant stocks of
and very extensive lines af
wkmi <;oui!§ i
of all kinds at our usual low and at
We will fill your orders by mail to
your satisfaction and profit.
Bogies & Buhl,
A Lady's Perfect Companion.
Jivery expectant mother should read our
new book by Dr. Dye, one of New \ ork s
most celebrated physicians. A perfect
guide, it tells linw the" fearful ordeal can be
made easy, tret: flora danger, and almost
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able information to ladies, answering hun
dreds of delicato questions. Send two-cent
stamp for circulars, testimonials, and con
fidential letter. Address, FRANK TUOMAS
& Co., Publishers, Baltimore, Md.
W. H. EEIHINGJProp'r
STABI.IXJi IS COSKKCTIOS.
MAIPLK ROOK for COMWICIAL TBAVIUBH
No. 8S and 90, S. Main St.,
BUTLER, - ■
Near New Court House—ronneriy Donaldson
House-jrood accommodations (or tra\tiers.
Cood sUtlillu)! connected.
KITKNMUI I.Ha 4; LEIIJOI.I). Prop'is.
SAMPLE ItOOM. LIVEKY IN CONNECTION
(Strictly First Class.)
HKNKY L. BECK. PROP'S.
J. 11. FAUBKL, Manager. Butler, Pa.
3S N. McIiEAN ST., BUTLBH. PA.
Meals"at;all hours. Open .'all night. ,
Breakfast 25 merits. •
Dinner "Ct rents.
Hopper £'• cents.
iUKltflng M cents.
SIMEON:NIXON - PKOI-K.
DIAMOND" - HOTSL, !
JAMES SKLLKKS, Prop'r.
Xtw furniture, new fittings and first I
class accommodations. Livery.
Jfertft IH'I of Diamond, Jintler, Pa.
Hotels and Depots,;
\V. 8. Gregg is now running a line .
of carriage-s between the hotels and j
depots of the town.
Charges reasonable. Telephone
No. 17, or leave orders at Hotel!
Good Livery in Connection
Il.liullfttA Co., Itox HMOroi tl»u«l,Maln©
. . , -.VJ ?£RS 6-RI |
• x * ' . A ti: »:r j
'.i.'*-.' '■ -Mui. It f >x*c }.4< :n r nny
• 'ft'** r I
• -v LC.IO THOMA'-i,
t I jt*TlfetiKl!>>U AUISTB,
Although Mv New
Is not completed I will open
to the public Tuesday, Dec.
-3d. On account of beinsr late
I will oiler Holiday (roodf at
ct>st. Prescriptions at night a
.-pecialtv. Electric bell aud
sneaking tube at front door.
Thanking you I'ir past favors
1 solicit a share in futi:i >.
J. l\ HA I A\l r.
1). E. JACKSON.
203 S. Maiu St. - Butler, I'a.
Who aie in nee;! of Seasonable
Having bought a large Stock of
Fall and WiDter Goods, nnd owiug to
bad weather acd worse roads, they
Lave not been going cut a? fas; as*
tiiey ougU to
CUT PKICES AWAY DOWN,
roust on account of acart'uy of
room close them out to make room
for Spriog Goods.
If yoa want a Cloak, Jacket or
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE.
Or if you want Blanket*", Comfort*
Underwear. Ladies' or Gents', Flan
nels, Canton F'la m?! or anything in
| before the Stock is broken, but
to examine oar large stock of F>rcr
, Goods, which are included ia lis
Also Fancy and Piu-he.-,
i Black Sutrth and Gros Grain Silks
all Marked Djwri.
THE nrnms TIIES.
The most complete one cent daih
newspaper published anywhere?
It is clean, bright and enterprioiug
It prints all the news of the day; it
market reports are full aud reliable;
its editorials able and fearless and iu
' special features each as to make it f
welcome visitor to every Louie.
Mauv improvements have been
made during the past year in every
I department of TIIE TIMES, and
will continue to introduce nev.
i .eatures and spare no expense to hoi -
the place it has "won at the head c:
j cheap newspapers. In every essential
it compares favorably with t.fc.'
highest priced newspapers of i'itts
j burg and the country.
Terms of subscription, invarlibl.y
|in advance, are as follows: One
year, $3.00; six months, $1.50; ihn.«
months, 75 ceuts; one month, 30
cents. It can be ordered from any
Postmaster, or from this olliee dirtct.
Address all communications to
SCHUTTE & O'BRIEN
And Gas Fitters.
.Natural Gas Appliances.
FelFersouSt.jOpp. T.owr; House
| BUTLEFt, P.'V
' By getting your and V\ in
j ter millinery, underwear and
I hosiery from
!M. F. & M. Marks'.
They will show you the ar
jiest and best selected stoclc iti
Butler at the lowest prices.
We have a larger stock ol
trimmed guods than evei !><-
Mourning goods a Specialty.
OUK ELEGANT ILLUSTRATED CAT
ALOGUE for 18'J0 will b.' mailed ou apph
cation. Every Farmer, Gardener, Auiateui
or owner of a lot should have ono.
Orders for dower.- and floral eml ietns
have immediate attention. Telephone 230.
John R. & A. Murdoch,
508 .Smithfit hi .St.,
iV.'l, E I' riTTSUUIG ll■ I'A
Wanted, At Once,
A man to sell choice Nursery Stock
io nud around Butler durine: the fall
i.nfi winter. We solicit the COllTH
pondenca ol' anyone wishing a 6i,uu
ion. Special inducements to the
right party. Permanent < mpl «rn "tr
when denired. No experience ncces
nary: Good pay. Address stuiiug
ice COLUMBIA NUBSKRY ' V,
Rochester, N Y.
FARM FOE SALE!
'.' lie undersign* 1 win sell his rartn.ei tit: tilii'*
<i\t,\ ,tert« ln.re or letw, and l.i.'ii ! in > -tut.
IVIV. on tlu* I'.vunst.ut'K ami Mars i< .;d. in.<..
>lar«lluH anU Myoma station* on the I'. \V.
t It and near tiio I allerv oil Held.
It contutiiH a Rood Itonse. jjool h.uik ln.ru
;x34. K"oii otithulldlntrit. k<«kl np li«nl, 'eve.
■nit ifotx! tfriuntl, two apt IHK » near htnise. i)Utu|>
m ham. anil all In uOo<l order.
Inquire ot or ttnarewt
M yoina P. O ,
Butler Co., Pa.
SJiI 'll'"b - iM - I •' •
t»i«- wort, AU i* 'v «,»»»,.» |i« Mlt fti
r».rv work. t. v* Pi-r> vn. ur »*li» »
~r «i. .-»i •• • '
'.i»« tlrr«dy »■ I p *
i 2 I
C. A1.1.J1.N. 11« Au K mUt, At ...lie.
!-vmta C lata J* has / A
•MOHin SC > X *S ;\ i erry
liis JEleadqaiarters <
1 Ci IIIISTMAB
C A ? 1) Y!
find v and Fancy
i '.ON - HOXS,
C lif elates and
ijm 1< o sweet ones
X p] AY , PLappy.
I -2 i-2 S. Alain St.,
YE All. 131TLER, PVA.
Do you see the
i Pal i*9
i t> nan in our illustration
74A ■'*- 1 - r « is not bemuse it is
(Vf2/v ( (3: •o. Now we want to
Q/i/VA C~/J'/> \ > i r before jour eye. The
lytP y Nr V" : y is f,is - approaching;
'■ '™inp, in fact it's al
zh fjV- j ' A iready pleasant sur
•?* l " c planned; mvsterious
J#** K ■■& illations are beiag
? .'5 ** , a.ui (> " res t.f suggestive ap
* . ftQ ~ r ''' ia g carefully stowed
1 u< P' aCs?B w here they
f,. V-.. '' from P r Jto<? eyes. A
'i- nas is an old,old theme,
, f • T lv _-"s new. There is a gener
ation of little toodlera vriio this year • tirs: t j« will listen at some
loving mother's knee t wonderful t». >•;-i-.a ( * and other Christmas
lore more wonderful ihaj nil the spi ev , Aladdin's lamp will be
just as potent a? ever i>i convincing i m-j.; t .ira of to day that the
holiday season is worth r»ll ibe rest of ?.?■ -it ' gether.
Do we hear tin initftiont Ye> y< h ":ag ••>»me a man I have
put away childish thiug ? Wait air • .r . Jtr Does it not add dig
nity to the occasion to ti-ink that oi »•' ti ■ ,:o. a future President
will concentrate bis tho'i'lns oa is. t:u >•• ' t; : atne absorbed atten
tion that be will one day demote to r. • ,u-n il ires*; that a coming
Secretary of oor Tre!<!:! •* will k'TJ' ' r - financial problem and
tret au idea of tke-diflicoMea of sjwi : . m • ;i » y attempting the im
possible feat of shaking hatbrigL' j- . ;p;v>i o of bis tov bank, etc.
Then leaving the cnild •i, tbink r ;u . ; from the exchange
of gifts amonff tbe yoiul the inid'f a how it strengthens
the ties of (riensi.ip c;?d plights ti |. -■ > ar cues to receive a
proof of your fond roinetnbrancn :i l'J Now wo do not
wish to worry cr perp!< x you, but .«> vould just fay, What
vc-r else you may do b* veen now v • be sure and see oar
novelties before buying sny gifts t;r 3 .x J o -;Utives. Mind yon,
we don't say buy of u<, we merely r.iv •:> ,-t- • ions before you buy,
•;nd we would ask :is a f vor of yon • 1. • ebi r. n along. We hope
very little child in 'hi.-! • iciaity will !• vr !to it our place during the
next two week.-. 1: o: rto • . m y frieuds throughout
the county we will begin >.tr h I . >;r. 011 Dee. LBtb, and
continue until after the L ii'J v c p?'» •iy .1 bring your friends
•md children along.
Thanking yo : for y ar verv :i-:- • <\y ■ ing the past year I
wish you one and ell a • rry Cfer; ti; p;- - t«ad prosperous New
D. A.. PI H;. K.,
Chamr>ion Clothier, .i .tu-r and Furnisher.
.21 North Main st. - Duify's Block, Butler, Pa"
fm ~ E IN
BUTLER, I: ADVER
GOODS S.' Y "THE
LARGEST » T CK. AND
THE LOWE C PRICES."
COME lis AND EX
AMINE TrE STOCK
AND PRICE: > AT
RITTEK i -ALSTON'S.
The Pittsburg Wee'.ly Cora
Brimful of nev. i and intere-tinf? j
It is a puper f r the f ri t and fii«. ■ i
it is a eleau, a :activ<. a*id a car.
ally-edited v. kiy IKV
japer for only £1 jw ■r. Or v.
•/ill Bend tL« CITIZEN nu>i r h »•
</ Commercial Caz-t' .'»e y «•»r
or $2.•'50 u year, it. • ••i*.
■ <y <j .- .' v ?H\
WELL! WELL! WELL I \
I>i! ymi ever ? No, If - r dul .• ..nything quilt 1
*o nice for the face aflcr » having
GOSSER'S CREAM GLYCERINE, 4
'■ ami ny wife says it i« the finc»i for i
ch*p|H«l hinds or ANY » of IUC *ktn. Sold I
by flrocrgiftts. 25 <t». « ba-tie. Manufactured by 3
J. J. COS3cP, Emlrnton, Pa t
4 m«»r- »r\. f « ;<iU . • ' ..mi** voiiltop;
...... • • 'l ;; ; 1 ij., .v u» £Ai.N*~
i! CULTIVATOR 1891
|( 1111 tr. Gentleman
' - :;3T OF THE
;i ILiT; .1 WEEKLIES.
. .;.. J [ roctßßeß,
. -tic ure and Fruit-Growing,
Live Stock and Dairying,
• rit 1 s ail minor ot
• i :c.- the Poultry Vurd, Ento
■. Greenhouse un(l Grapery.
I'arni gui'.stlons anil
artlnc. Domestic Economy,
:\ »«•» of the Week. Its
.1 unusually complete, ai.rt
•>iM to the Prospects ot the
i!?tit u|H)ii one ot the moot
all-ions—When to Buy. and
1.1 Sell. '1 liberally illustrated, and
, 1 . . I" vttuEMENT. contains more
IT,: UT . V.n ever before. The Sub
. I.i i v ..•■ n> per year, but we otTei| a
. M. i. .lU.'t i JON In our
Ciiiiit KATES FOR 1891!
•ti ic ono rcmUUtncf: M oo
11 ■ . : tto. <lo 10 DO
..•-1..--' I LL "-.do. uo JS on
. 4 New 'l»crll>cra tor l»91. paj lna In
. send the pajxr \V KKKI.Y,
ur -ipi ■ the remittance. to January
'.VIM "If UMIB.
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IT 1 TL'I A .K & SOX, Publishers,
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