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Use e8t of Peoria carry throua"
coftohM and lMping our no nt4.
trtin tc principle aitiea.
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ing one jar of
IIERROX & CO'S PILE REMEDY.
Teatimoninls Furnished Free.
Knclose 60 cent to us and we
will send joa one jar otUerron
& Co's Tile Remedy by return
If HERRON it CO. 1
Jjl f Wcat Washln;toa 8t-, CHICAGO. Eg
Ladles who value
a renned complexton must rue Poxsoxi's
Powdbb. It prodooaa a aoft and beaaitful
Will That Dtdpeaws of l.MO.OOO.
Milwaukee. Jan. 5. The will of Mrs.
Elizabeth Pflster was filed In the pro
bate court yesterday. The will is very
brief, disposing of an estate reported
to be valued at more than $1,500,030 in
less, than 500 words. Three special be
quests are made to Rosa, Bertha and
John Christmas, nieces and a nephew
of the deceased, and the residue Is to
be equally divided between Charles F.
Pflstt-r and Louise F. Vogel, h"r adopted
Globe-Wheeler Arrives at Gotham.
New York. Jan. 5. George K. Carl, of
San Francisco, arrived in this city yes
terday afternoon, having traveled 11,
000 miles in a 20.000-miIe contest against
time and for a purse of $4 000. Carl
started at noon May 20, without a cent,
to rover 20,000 miles in twelve months,
with the customary limitation as to the
manner in which he should meet his
expenses. When he arrived here he was
in excellent condition, having traveled
most of the way by wheel.
Boy Play Havoc with Powder.
Fremont, O., Jan. 5. At Mlllersvllie.
this county, a son of Alex Dolwick, got
bold of several pounds of blasting pow
der, and went to the cellar accompanied
by three sisters to kill rats. The stuff
exploded and one girl. X years old was
burned to death. The clothing of the
other children caught file and they were
terribly burned, as were Mr. and Mrs.
Dolwick in trying to extinguish the
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mm roar Bemt ama Ua4 u snrat
Insurance and Loans
Booao 4, Mitcbu!? & hnp
r mrh-T 1003.
n7nlf mun Tfeo
We are showing our
Usual Hoe of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Bailable Good at
ISO SKCOSll ATlCUr.
gZugene J. Burns
Buy, Sell and Manage
property Collect Rents
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rate as low
as any reliable company
Ton- fttroaage la SclioittKl
MSot ISM ynnr! ft
Harptr Hottse Block.
White Seal saloon
i8is Second Avenue.
DUTY ON SMOKES.
Ths Subject Up Before the Ex
perts on the Tariff.
VH5W8 OF PEOPLE IV TEE TRADE.
BcprearwtatlTee of the Tobaeeo Graven
Bad Manofaetarers Heard at Coaalder
Bble Inearth Senator Callom-s Beaiarkt
on the Position of the Cuban StssnlaU s
Ex-State Department OsBeiml Indicted
far Kmliesxlias; I nele Sam'a Money.
Washington. Jan. 5. The tobacco
schedule of the tariff was threshed
over by the representatives of various
tobacco interests yesterday before the
ways and means eommitttee with
great minuteness. Several branches
of the business were repres3nted the
native growers, importers, manufac
turers using the native goods, using
Havana, and those handling the Su
matra products. Between these classes
there was much discord, no two of them
being agreed on any schedule of rates,
and contradicting oAe another on ques
tions relating to the effects of the pres
ent law, to rates of labor and cost of
production s.nd manufacture.
The National Assoc iation of Tobacco
manufacturers was represented by a
large delegation with its president.
Moses Krahn, of Cincinnati, for spokes
man. The association asked for duties
of 55i cents a pound, with 25 per cent,
ad valorem, on imjiorted cigars. I'nder
any higher rates they declared their
business would be ruined.
Representative of the Growers.
The principal representatives of the
growers were Michael Tobin. of Bald
uinsvllle. N. Y.. and J. P. Van Duzcr,
H-jrse Heads. N. Y. They as?erted that
the native growers had made no money
under the Wilson bill, and asked for
rates higher than those of the McKin
ley act. George J. .Smith, of Kingston,
N. Y., spoke for the users of Sumatra
toba'xo, and E. P. Gumby. formerly
collector of the port "f Tampa, for the
Florida manufac;urrn of Cuban pro
ducts. It was represented that only 5
per cent, of the Havana tobacco used
as wrappers had paid duty as such un
der the Wilson law. Others who spnkc
were: Ex-Mayor Frederick Schroedcr.
of nrooklyn: H. S. Frye, of Windsor,
Conn.: L.. H. Neudecker, of Baltimore:
J. I. Ellison, of New York, and George
Mitchelson. of St. Paul.
CI LI.OM OX THE CUBAN KKSOLYE9.
He Is Willing to Let Them Go Over for
Awhile in thai Senate.
Washington. Jan. 5. Senator Cullom,
of Illinois, a member of the committee
on foreign relations, returned to Wash
ington yesterday. The senator was
asked for his views concerning the Cu
ban resolution and what he thought
of the suggestion that it should le
postponed for the present. He says that
he knows nothing as to the Intention
of the committee, but Indicates
that in case the opposition to ths reso
lution should be strong enough it could
be defeated as many other measures
are defeated, by consumption of time In
discussion of the subject. Cullom says
that if it appears to be the purpose
of the opponents of the measure to de
feat the resolution no good would be
accomplished in pressing it and keep
ing it before the senate.
While he voted for the resolution, he
is not particular as to the form it takes
or what it should declare, bis object
being as he declared in his speech ear
ly in the session to have some action
taken to bring the war in Cuba to an
end. Cullom thinks it not unlikely that
steps in that direction are being taken
and possibly something may be done
which will terminate hostilities It is
now generally believed that before the
senate takes any action the com
mittee on foreign relations will desire
to confer with a view of determining
the prospects of the passage of the
Cameron resolution and also as to how
much opposition may be expected.
KtECKHOFER'S RIG SHORTAGE,
Indicted for Having Made Way with
150,000 Government Money.
Washington. Jan. 5. The grand Jury
yesterday filed three indictments for
embezzlement against Francis J. Kieck
hofcr. formerly chief of the bureau of
accounts in the state department.
Kieckhofcr was dismissed Oct. 28, 1895,
when irregularities in his accounts were
discovered. The shortage will aggregate
The shortage is alleged by the gov
ernment, in a recent amended dclara
tion, to aggregate $127,544. The indict
ments only cover a little over $40,000,
the amount which the prosecuting ofM
thlnk they can prove the ex-disbursing
officer never acounted for. The indict
ments specify $18,229 embezzled July 2
1895; $16.S:S7 on Oct. L'2.1895. and $6,584
on Oct. 2S. 18S5. The first two amounts
wore principally part of the Indemnity
funds paid by foreign governments on
aecount ci I'nited States citizens.
Kleckhofer is now underheavy bonds to
await trial. He was distributing officer
of the state department from Jan. 28.
1884. to Oct. 2fi. 1895. and the simultan
eous announcement of his shortage and
r mova! from office created a big sensa.
Railway Men Want More Tim.
Washington. Jan. 5. Representa
tives of most of the big railroads in the
country will meet here today to petition
the interstate commerce commission to
intercede with congress to extend the
tir'e when all cars, passengers and
freight, shall be equipped with air
brakes and automatic couplers. The
safety appliance act, which was ap
proved March 2. 1893. will become ef
fet live Jan. 1, 1898.
Railways Responsible for Pirea.
Washington. Jan. 5. The state law of
the state of Missouri holding railroad
companies responsible for damages by
fire caused by railroad locomotives was
sustained in the supreme court in two
derisiana handed down yesterday by
Justice Gray, appealed to this court by
the Missouri Pacific Railroad company.
Justice Gray said the act was a due
exercise of legislative authority.
Washington. Jan. 5. The state de
partment has been informed that
f ienry Debjrado. the New York Mail and
'Express tori eswirddent now under ar-
reai in a aranirn prison near
is likely to die unless a surgical oper.
uoi as isuiuiiuaaj
Will Come OaTH Dob Stuart Really Has
Sale I -oration.
New York. Jan. 5. The only hitch
which now seems possible to prevent
the meeting of Corbet t and Pttssim
mons in the ring will be the failure of
Dan Stuart.nf Texas, to secure a place
where the two heavy-weights will set
tle the long-looked for contest. On
Dec 17 James J. Corbett affixed his sig
nature to the articles of agreement.
Yesterday afternoon B-b Fltsslmtnons
In the presence of a number of well
known sporting men and representa
tives of the press affixed his signature
Immediately underneath Corbett's on
Fitsslmmons said he would put up
a side bet of from $5,000 to $10,000. The
articles call for a purse of $15,000 to be
given to the winner and each of the
principals to post $2,500 in the hands
of a stakeholder to guarantee an ap
pearance in the ring. As a guarantee
or good faith Stuart posts $5,000 with
a stakeholder to be divided equally be
tween Corbett and Fltzsimmnns if he
(Stuart) falls to carry- out th provisions
incorporated in the agreement. five
ounce gloves are to be used. George
Slier, of Chicago, is agreed upon as
referee. Sttart agrees that If kinet
oscoplc pictures of the fight are taken
he will divide the pn fits w ith the flgat
er3. SENSATIONAL DIVORCE SUIT.
Wife's Bill Charges That She Waa Forcibly
Counued In an Asylum.
Chicago. Jan. 5. Grace Vaughn, the
actress, yesterday filed suit for divorce
against Andrew Rawson Jennings, son
of a Cleveland Standard oil magnate
The "hargeg contained In the complaint
are sensational. According to the bill
the Couple very OUletlv become man -,n.l
' wue four years ago in Cleveland.
' Their marriage created a storm, and
i Miss Vaughn continue. I on the stage.
hojing that her father-in-law would
; some day relent. Early In li94, how
' ever, she r :i,eared in Cleveland and
; announc -d that she was there to be
supinrted by her husband.
J A few days later she suddenly dls
: appeared. In the bill filed she charges
I that she was drugged by young Jen
. nlngs and taken to the Newburg Insane
asylum, near Cleveland, where she was
; confined for seven months Wore she
; managed o escape. She his since lived
with her mother in Chicago. In addi
: tion to a decree of divorce she asks for
DEMOCRATS WIN IN DELAWARE.
Court of Appeals Decides That Party a
Majority in the Legtolature.
Dover, Del.. Jan. 5. The decision of
the court of errors and appeals in the
Kent couunty mandamus proceedings
reversei the action of the superior
court, which latter body had rendered
i an opinion that the Kent county board
of canvass should reconvene and re
count the votes of several hundred In
' Went rr.itntv , !.,, .hA 1 Tt ,.
" ...... 11 urn iiiifii j"tuo-
licans claim were unlawfully thrown
out by the cc nvass Iioard. This Is a
victory for the Democrats and gives
them a majority of the legislature.
Members of a Mob I'nhnppy.
Richmond. Mo., Jan. 5. The declara
tion of Prosecuting Attorney Ault. of
I.afavette county, that Jesse Winner
and James Nelson, who were taken
from the jail at Ixlngton on the night
of Dec. 6 and lynched by a Ray county
mob for the murder of the former's wife
and two children, were innocent Is
causing great excitement among the
people of both Ray and Lafayette coun
ties. Ray county, particularly in the
vicinity of Richmond, is In an unhappy
condition. Memliers of the mob have
defied the authorities of Lafayette
county to arrert them. Many of them
are among the best citizens of the coun
ty. Rose Zoldoaki Pardoned.
Waupun. Wis.. Jan. 5. Rose Zoldoskl.
who was serving a life sentence for the
murder of Ella Maiey at Richmond
Center, received word from Mndison at
noon yesterday that Governor I'pham
had granted her petition for a pardon.
She had given up all hope of executive
clemency coming frm Governor I'p
ham and she was completely overcome
by the Joyful news. She Is at present
unable to state her plans for the future
other than that she will go to her
father, who resides at Stillwater. O. T.
lllluo Fish CoimniasloB.
Springfield. Ills.. Jan. 3. The Illinois
state fish commission has filed its re
port with Ihe governor for the two
years ended Sept. .10. 1896. The distri
bution of fish for the HPS seasons was
mainly of the lietter kinds of food fish
es, such as the black lass. croppies,
white and striped bass, wall-eyed pike,
channel cat. ring perch and the like.
In adimon there were distributed a
very large numWr of the eoarver vari
eties, including the carp, buffalo, suck
er, white perc h, sun. etc.
Miners Threaten a strike.
Pittsburg, Jan. 5. The miners em
ployed by Henry Floershelmer about
350 and the men at several other small
mines on the Wheeling division of then.
I east . railway are in rebellion because
the operators refuse to pay more than
the Pittsburg and Chbagn Oas Coal
company, whi-h has contracts with Its
men to work for .Vi cents The dis
satisfied men. about 500 in all. will m- et
today to Set ide whether or not to strike
against a reduction to 54 tents.
Bank Stwekholdera Liable.
Washington. Jan. 5. -In the ess.- of
John F. Kushnell ve. Cyrus A. Leland.
receiver of the State National hank of
Wichita. Kas.. the supreme court yes
terday reaffirmed in n decision bv Jus-
' tlce White the right of a national hank
receiver appointed by th- comptroller
of the currency toenforce the Individual
liability of the bank s stockholders.
Stat or Citt or Tjlsdo, i
I.i as Coewrr. f
"ask J. ' eeoey mak oath that he ej tht
en m pt r car nl the trm r.f T.i Cheney ft Oo
dolrg hsati M rn the city of 1 otaco, cowsty and
stats alwissat. and that raid una wi.; pay u-s
am of OM: 111 BOB 10 DOLLARS tar cask
sad every sue of ratarrh that aaaaotba cared by
tfc are of Ball' Catarrh Cars.
PRASE t CfltBBY
Swots ha before a a as 4 sahsctlhsl Is iy asea
eacs Uts 4th day of December, A. D. 1MB.
saaL. I A W. OLSaaos
I I Hot try Pa bile.
Ball' Catarrh Curs I takej la tarsal It sad acts
directly on U. Mood awd aaceos surfaces of ttc
yttSK . Scad for lestimosiak. free
F. J. Cbsbet ft Co. Taeado. Oh'o.
BsW by disoiMi, 75c.
Five of Them Lodged m ths Jsfl
at Birmingham. Ala.
FOUR 00IFE88 THEIR DIABOLISM.
mm tat a Abyss em the Som
abHwbv afesBBS by an 8 gees mi nt to
KiU Any One Who Weakened I'laaned
to Club the Fussing its to Ik.th n
"rasas) They Failed.
Birmingham. Ala.. Jan. S. Four of
the five train wreckers in Jail here yes
terday confessed to a fiendish plot to
wreck and rob the Southern railway's
fa express from Washington at Mc
Comhs trestle, twelve miles east of the
city, on the night of Dec. U. and this
confession leads to the belief that the
aame gang removed the rail which
wrecked the Birmingham Mineral train
at Cahaba river bridge, causing the
death of twenty-six people snd injuring
eleven others, on Dec. 27. sit hough
those under arrest are as yet silent as
to this wreck.
Fcngte the Lewder of the Plot.
Ijist week five negroes. Andrew Fcs
gnn. Tom Ingram. Tom Parker. Eman
uel Billings and Rome Scales, were ar
rested by deputy sheriffs and railroad
detectives. It Is said on a confession of
one of the number. All were miners at
Henry Ellen, near McCotnba trestle.
Yesterday all enfesed but Feagln.
Parker, who did rrost ,f the
talking, says that Feagln was the lead
er of the plot: that he prcpoaed the
wrecking of traina one night at a dnnee
as a good scheme by which to get
Christmas money, and that the five
agreed to engage in Ihe work. wlh the
understanding that thic who failed to
stand to the agreement should be killed
by the others.
All Weakened hnt Tow.
When Ihe lime came for atlm all
w-akencd but Feagln and Patk r.
They went to Mcfomir trestle, ninety
feet high, by night and entert-d upon
the work of drawing out spike and re
moving Inilts from the rails. The plan
was t club to death and shoot thiwe
passengers who were not killed by the
crash when the train fell ti the ravine
nin-'y feet below Not until the s ml
night was their death-trap ready.
Then they waited by a camp-fire In the
ravine below The fast express train
came, hut Engineer Hawes saw that a
rail was out of place and managed to
stop his train, only, however, after
every wheel had left the track.
Prolaably Guilty of the 4 ahobo Horror.
Seeing that their plot had failed. Par
ker says he and Feagin fled, mounted
on a mule. Here the confessions end.
but sa the Cahaba wreck was like the
McComb attempted wreck In every tie.
tall except that It was successful even
to the extent of sacrificing twenty-six
lives, and the wounded and dead lietng
robtied by the wreckers, it is regarded
as wr-nigh certain that the same gang
committed both deeds, and further en
velopments are expected very soon.
New Tork Financial.
St York. Jan. A
Money on call taay at t per . f it ;
prime mere-tntile paper JtBaMH per ent : ster
ling exchange was etesdy. with actual busi
ii - in hankers' hi'ls at 4l't- for
demand and t.iv i tirrtj for sixty days: posted
rates. 44Vt and 47: commercial hills. - :.,.
Stiver certiflestes. SMs; bo sales; baraiirer.
ftt3r: Mrxican dollnrs. '
I'nited States govern in -nt bonds firm: 4s
registered. 1fi: do coupons. 13JM; 5's reg
istered. 114: do coupons. 114: 4's registered,
llnio: do. coupon. Ill; Tn registered. :.'..;
Tat flc Cs of . lOSkj.
Chicago Grain and Prodnre.
Cnirian. Jaa A
Following vera the quotations oi ths
Board of Trad) today: Wneat -Janttary.
open.il !'. close.l noainal; May. ope.ied
v closed 64Vte: July opened file, closed
" Corn January, op -ned SSajr. eksted
4-: Mav. opened dosed &V; Jul)-,
opened STe. rlos'd STtir. ots - January.
upend anr el-es-d non.inal: M.e "i ? - -1 ,
clna d ltV: July, opened and clowd nornl
nal. Pork January, opened $7 rloard
noncnal: May. opened $7 98. closed ::'.
Lard Jancary . npeced (8 Kir. close. ; i - ;
May. open-d 4 '""- closed Bfts7V.
IVasur: Butter Extra crvatnery. 1!:. per
It.: extra tialry. 17c per I .. fnwB eking
atouck. Sr. Kgtrs Fr-lt stork. IVtKV- p-r
z. Pimltry Trirkey slb- p-r lb: ehicx
ens t'lensi. SW4-: spring ehielt..is. ,,' s :
roosters. 4-: ducks. Sn We; gneae, : .'.i -Potatoes
Bur sr.k- si:i.- por hn: H-iimo.
1K5--5S-. Sweet pott'sss llllnis- $1 IV- .
per bid. llony White Hover. ! lie iw-t In;
extracted. .V o-. Apples .mm c to laucy,
4ts-4.Jl.su per bbi
Chicago Live Stock.
Chk BSJ . Jan. A
Lire sto-k Pricss at the Vol i - I varts
tislsy ranged . .'I s- H ..- 1 t m . t r -cearts
for Hie day. JI."": -.- -. ssbwjsb a: $: In
st ;i an pigs. s::r, ;s. iigit. $ iir, Mctgb
rev-king. t-13. IS. mi set ail l'. lAi
hesvy packing aud -h'ppiug lot
CaM Est un at'-l dr ll.stii:
qntat:nrsraicel a" 4 7 L 1 t-..-t
tr; - ;;Tr.tf steer. l."'-.i:. g..1 t cVioiew
do.. F..Sft. to good 11 7i etnnritl
to median do . ft ie.'4 r.'.bu'c'.e r stors $ -.sm
v(JIJi atarkers. s: ' -let ranter a. VI 4 J.H
Dow-. s iusm.is beif r-, $l 7i4.7". bu Is osen
and stags. g! ,'4 1 1 r.xas steers, and TA,
A4 real calvsn.
Sheep and I.xnt'e, K imat d rre4pt for
the day. I ."; sale. rat.-d rt $;k.1i najaV
era. Br nti T -xaa- $.' aiol. naliraa and
fi.' -, .' tan, .
Km! BitSalo Use Stork.
East Bt rr.su. N. V.. Jan. A
Ininntng ft rtteven.. Ijte St eft m.ndea .n
Mercaaata-Eaat BuBaio. B. Y .qwutnaai..!! ss
t attle Bar -;ptv car-: to irhst steady In
iJiade stronier f-w g--d grad-s and nil'
b-:tcBej)' kinds: cwnaaati steady : b s4 kmry
teer. i-7i". U: gol t- chdc ablpf, ta.
$4rt", gsd io extra t bedera. ai
CIS; light to fair, fzsny IV: eld t prime fat
. ti to v-aa: . t.. $:' ; '..
others. $4 8 ja '. H igs BsuatBta HO cars:
ma-k t aitiee and higher: Y?Kf. g-.-' t-
cdo $::t.i r... Utkt. :v v :. .T.
n.41'; inn-l paraera. $AAai ueavy, (JZAt;
r.agi. St-Sl?': at.. iZU' Mb - p
and 1. ,m w et-jBt-. Sieafa; anaySsA aetivw;
abp I i g : b r - roisr r: Heel
latrbr- S .' : fair lo gooL f i 74JV. ti.
OhiMrwri Cry for
aJsuT-rC ao afestaa. H : flash stsjaaaary.
Oslms5ta pay r ears at skaavs
JtAtrfcttiUe fVeoftTftt Iob tor As
A perfect RcTTsrdv rnrCorrt tips
lion. Sour Stoimch.DiBiTtoca
VVorins ,Com-uL,ions ,FcTr i sh
djtss and Loss OF SLEEP.
TftcSirmlc Siru-lurc of
TtXACT COST OF VBA
OhMunT Morpbjrhf nor HacxaL
Htsaltb if the Sut sb nc of Home. H ve von got
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
f the Cblrsstrc. Mod.rtgi UsMishe I'sj-rsaamaUT 'rssstssr la Uavesporl, I i
sxr B9Vh. RaRaBRf
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DR. T. M. WALSH,
rOuslsaj Prorwascr ts rwsor
VKBVOUS DEBILITY Ethao.tlvs draiaa. IthrajessnBss. tbritatasad ...
SSSiLST' SBBBBl xaaastkwi.
JATAHRH Ilysrsspsia. SstbtBrt, RLoRmaMstn. oVrof , Srpht'.ts BooA.
taw 'o7radldna " M' '"' narmawe u . aroc. t, on sdsaueac ays
VAB1COCELE Is tbe aiost active rames of oerYctje deMlltr Whs treat
onthe with -Jawsnshna wa rsssaaaae rea a pmsuimai ess b ssvsw Sen be or. uam m
JJfaBatalt Uydrocele carsd ia Uuwa day' -nan?" m"
WOMEN Snfferine from disease p. collar to their set should consult sa
Tebaee cared many case gtvensp as i. peleas an4 w may be sola to f in yoa. SuS'.cal
. jomaj laTTjI j -. ', 1 " "T"w. oonosatnA. awe D--aiii suu-i ry a specialty
OUB CBEUKX 1 1ALS sad Testimonials are t tie Rest The numerous ac
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rail. Tears Tore, at But wasas tt: i-
ONLY CUBA II
u,wr:m. Uurdrs srrss: by
OFFICE 1S4 W. TMrd St.. McCoUcaik. raHdm Deei t rt, low.
New Picture M ouldlew Just la.
Adams Wall Paper Co
The lowest prices for the qia'ity in aU 1 nr-l
HO ifitJ tt T-"f trreri
PAT BtUnnS. OAlspr'
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IS ON THE
Oaet.rls Ii tnrt r la eno-t'is Wtl-w tmle. Tt
lie not sold la talk. Toat allow a -yon tn mil
y. a st rtniag e.-s cs tt.f pica or j m;s Uitt It
Its " 1 as enml " oti "srill AniSi r ever
lass ' ftar fia that yoa fst C-A-6-T-0 -S4-A.
iue aoaapi is roe oar .atkatile ares it. I... n,
yrtsa thai out advanced m. !msw . u-s nt.. -. ,
with is. .-. r,, . ... .
mmi aw new roo pa.
Jl us M otine. rnrlx-r-nors.
Use tt an drjaet fur yot. tart
K CASES TAKEN o
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n'T 4'V Seventeenth street.