The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 290, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 3, 1884 Page: 1 of 4
The San Antonio Light
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Vol IY. No. 290.
San Antonio Tcxac. Wednesday. December 3. 1884.
Ten Cents a Week
J. B. Belorahdsky & Co.'s
KENTUCKY'S CHAPTER TO THE
EVENTS OF A DAY.
The Election Contest In Illinois De-
cided St. Louis Wool Mar-
ket "Otner Ncwb.
Fau. Hivmi December'.!. Cuiuuilngs
Democrat U elected .Mayor by lull
plurality. The Itepubllcnni hae a ma-
jority of Tour In the Council.
CoiA'Miii' December 2. After n stop-
page of several weeks Hussel A Co.
employing MO men In the mnnufactiire
of machinery have returned work at HI
per cent reduction of wages of em-
ployees. New Havkn December 2. In the city
election to-day the Democrats made a
clean sweep. They elected (1. F. Hal-
I'oni Mayor!))- a majority of 1203. Tho
Democrats retain control of the Com-
Bi'iiiNOricMi 111.. December 2. Oov
ernor Hamilton has Just rendered n de-
cision In the I.eman-Ilrand cite nml
after an elaborate review of tho evi-
dence citation of authorities awards
tho certlllcate to I.emnn tho Republl-
can candldato fur Hlate .Senator In the
Nhw Yoiik December 2. Tho Com-
mittee on Organization of the Inde-
pendent Irish-Americans decided to con-
tinue the Assembly District organiza-
tion under the name of the "Irish-
American Protective union" and
adopted an address urging their fellow
countrymen to organize Irish-American
I'rotectlve Union clubs everywhere In
the United States to resist Ki.gllsh free
Washington December 2. Tho lte-
publlcan Senators In caucus to-day se
lected Senator Manderton for the Chair-
of the Joint Committee on
'rlntliig. Senator Hawley Introduced
o-day a bill appropriating quite n largo
sum for the relief of the olllccrs and
crew of the Tallapoosa. Tho House
mlttce on Commerco decided to re
port adversely on the memorial from the
National Association of Fire Knglneers
asking the appointment of n commission
o investigate tue causcor ino enormous
very warlike slate of adiilrs In Whltea-
burg the town being tilled with armed
men and n bloody tight being Imminent
ludge Flnley.a famous mountain Jurist
Is Judge of this circuit anil In the two
5 cars past has never dared to goto '
Whltetbiirg to hold court because of J
threats made by one of the most desper-
ate men In tho county to kill him It he I
ever entered It. ltccently this man fell
a victim to the prevailing plague and
after his death Judge Hnley again went
to Fletcher. At this term or the Fletch-
er court a man was to be tried for mur-
der. He was outon ball.but his friends
all men of the same desperate
stripe ns the murderer determined he
should not be punished. The case i
was set for Wednesday and on that day 1
i the accused came inarching Into town
carrying a double-barrelled shotgun
and n bell full of revolvers followed by
a score of his friends armed to the teeth.
The arrival of the murderer and his
. armed band was followed almost Im
mediately by one of the same sire ami 1 city Attorney Ne
carrying shotguns and pistols. The 'v ...
1 gang was composed of friends of tho i h""". Vr
murdered. They went Inlo camp on a
! blulT overlooking and commanding tho
1 town. In the meantime a third band
composed of citizens who thought the
law should he allowed to take Its cohrse
and peace be preserved "even If they
I had to kill every desperado In the couti-
I ty to secure that end." oriranlzed and
armed themselves and went on duty to
stay until court adjourned. The bands
omposeii or me menus or I lie murdered
au anu uiose oi ins murderer are
ntchlnir each other closelv. one to keen
he other In town and the other to keep
heir foes out while the citizens
and ready to clean out the entlro
arty when trouble begins. The party
omnosed of the murderer and his
friends have been very riotous and
drunken since their arrival and several
A RAZOR FIGHT VENTILATED IN
Careless Driving Vcngelul Mexi-
canTramps nun In and
$1000 REWARD $1000
Will be paid to any one who will find adulteration of anything
whatsoever in our Beer. We furnish Pure Goods and Defy
You can have any article of Jewelry you may
lsli mnile to order rcpatreu or engraven rquai
metals oy noe it j-.ngciKe su commerce pi.
burns & Mcdonald
aucchaMiiM lo ni'iivt niun.
Lime $ Cement
Plaster Paris Plaster hir
finds. Priti'n and Chimney Tiles
and Builders' .Material Generally.
Wine and Beer Saloon
Alamo Street Near Fostoflloe.
AU kinds of beer constantly and fre ill
on draught. Fine wines liquors and
olgars domestic and Imported constant-
ly on hand. Fine lunch dally at lln.in
LADY VISITORS IN SEARCH OF
AT MODERATE MlCES
Should not fall to examine and price
goodsat .Miss r.scnnciuers r.io-
gant and popular store
20 NORTH ALAMO STI1EET
Next to rostonlce where they can llnd
the largest Variety und lutest styles nt
imvor nrlcea than elsewhere. Also gen
uine llerlln Zephyrs Saxony and Oer-
mantown Worsteds and all kinds of
fancy material embroidering anu innoy
work. Stamping neatly done to order.
" HE5.IDINXE. RESIDENCE.
tatWMtCommeresSI. 22 Blum Street.
DRS. MERGER & WASSERMAHH
NETTErS DRUG STORE.
LOCKWOOD k KAMPMANN.
Iloxes to Rent. Valuable Packages
Stored Hank Building oorner'of Sole-
dad aud Commerce streets. ll-2U-lni
The Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
Block after block hod been leveled to
the ground and the grandest edlllces in
Chicago served but n few momenta us
fuel for the nwful demon whose llery
tongue would dart out from opposite
walls across open spaces nnu squares
nml In nil Instant opposite buildings
were In llnmes and amidst all the ex-
citement the yelling of cartmen the
screams of the flvinir citizens the
whlstllnir of the endues and the roar of
the flames could be heard the groans of
tlio Insurance agents who cuicuiaieu
with lightning rapidity the losses of
their respective companies. It now be-
gan to bo whispered about that the
wind had chamred and that the remain
der of the city was doomed and there
was nine uouui luar inanv lives wouiu
be sacrlllced. A crowd of excited mer
chants were oll'erlng Immense sums to
cartmen. who seemed to believe that the
demand generally regulates the valuo of
an article. i.ouu cans lor ntip were
heard from above and looking up the
people saw n signr mat iroze
ihelr vert- blood ullh horror.
Unon the cornice at the roof
tnndlnir on Its verv edire were live nil
man beings utierwurus asccriuineu 10
be a inmuv consisting oi laiuer anu
mother nnd three beautiful daughters.
Just think reader lire on all Bides.
every retreat completely cut-ofl no time
10 loose. y uouwuui a pusuiun; oniy
u choice between two frluhtful deaths.
standing the rn In the nwful presence of
eternity gazing upon me inces 01 ins
wire and little ones. how must theliither
have felt and the loving mother. Ah!
those who have never been so situated
can never know how many thoughts can
be crowded into a moment's space. The
crow d below wero eager to save them
hut were entirely powerless to act.
Flnnllv some one hurriedly brouirht n
feather bed nnd laid It upon the side-
walk and the anguished father tried to
drop a soreamlng child tiponil. Alasn
dull alckenlm; thud and another nnd
another und all were lying dead In the
street below. Tile man whoso llgtire
was now surrounded by tire slowly
lowered lilmselt over ineeiige ortne
cornice nml swung to and fro Inn vain
endeavor to reach the ton of the next
window cornice but no he lacked over
two feet. Hut holdl Stop! He has
Iropped and has successful!- neld on to
Die shutter. Yes! Seel tour stories
from the L'round nnd the win
dows In this build Ing have
nrolect ons. Hear (lie tin
the roof crack nnd the fire roar
vv thin. His feet are burning be screnms
and lowers himself agoln over the cor
nice ins uouy swings 10 nno iro UKe a
nendulum. he throws back his bend be
screams fur help as he can hold on no
longer i lie inrong oi people grow sick
ns mey Bee ins lingers supping irom me
edge and his expression will be stamped
on their memories for years. Jlany
turned awny unable to look upon such n
spectacle. Those that did saw a white
figure drop like a meteor to the stone
pavement beneath and then the terrible
family tragedy wns ended. Many unfor-
tunate people were no doubt surprised
In like manner but as they lived on back
streets no one In the hurrying multitude
noticed them nnd they were lost with no
one to record the horror. . I would say
to the publlo that If I have entertained
them I am thankful and IT any one
should call on me at No. 12 Holedad
street through friendship or business
they will llnd J. M. Kinerson equally nt
the members ol It and outsiders and on cllnr(!Co w Ue1ng drunk. He prom-
Monday n pitch battle was so Imminent ii0qult drinking nnd nlso to leave
... ... y i b-i""o town ami ino case was uistnisseu
wns avoided for tho time. It Is the
opinion of my Informant that serious
trouble will occur before the close of the
session In-day. Whltcsburg is a remote
epowar irom ine teiegrapn ami inter
news than the above Is not obtainable.
he opening Incident of this trouble
was tbe killing of 1)111 Hall one of the
most desperado characters In this sec-
tion by two guards from whom he
tried to escape. He belonged to one
ofthe bands figuring In the above dis-
graceful affair and was arrested on a
narge or grami larceny commuted in
loss of life and property by lire. The
House Committee on Rivers and Har-
bors will endeavor to have the b'U pro-
luing appropriations lor uie unprove-
lent of rivers and harbors ready to
report to the House on January 15. The
committee ueoiacu 10 make so tar as
practicable nn appropriation of ." per
cent of tho estimates made by the corps
of army engineers and to limit If possi
ble ino aggregate to suuuuuu.
IVum December 2. The odlclal bulle
tin ofthe I'annuin Canal company gives
resume of tho statement of Com
mander Corrlnge formerly of the
United States navy giving the result of
his Inspection of the work on the cnnal
up to July this year. At the time only
one-seventeenth part of tho actual cut
ting oi ine canai was being finished
while the expenses so far Incurred
amounted to one-sixth of the estimated
tolal outlay. Commander Corrlntre con
cluded that the canal would ultimately
cost i2uuuuuuu ami ue completed at
the latest by January I 1MHJ. The
American contractor .amnniei .nc
May reports 20000 natives of the Car-
rlbean Islands employed In piercing the
Isthmus. They nru mostly occupied In
cutting Immense trenches through the
hills which will be carried down to a
level with the ocean. When this work
Is llnlshed and the river Chagres has
been turned from Its course the most
arduous part of the undertaking will be
St. I.ouu December 2. A second
meeting lo consider the project of mak
ing St. Louis the central and controll
lng wool market of the West was held
In the Cotton exchange this afternoon
A goodly number of wool nnd cotton
dealers nnd general merchants wns pres
ent all of whom heartily endorsed the
movement and nnnounccd their rend I
ness to assist In furthering the scheme
After discussing the subject of grading
compressing wurehouselng. freight etu.
a committee of nine wns appointed to
nrrunge details and report to another
meeting ll mo project is carrieu our
wool dealers will become members ol
the Cotton exchange nnd use the hall of
unit uouy ointiy wun uie coiioii men
for the transaction of their btislncsr
The scheme Is strongly endorsed by sev
eral Texas wool ir rowers nnd material
assistance In making this h great wool
market w here that article enn be bought
by trade nnd where nuctlon and call
sales can be made will come from that
t'niCAUo December 2 In the I.cman
Ilrund case the Federal grand Jury this
afternoon returned n formal report con
eernlng the investigation thus far made
by It with respect to the alleged frauds
In the Sixth district. The report de
clares Hint nn examination of tbe poll
books nnd tally sheet shows evidence of
fraud. From tin examination of ballot
In connection with the returns the re
nort savs: It became apparent to u
that n crime whose boldness and wick
edness wns only equalled bv Its cross
ness had been committed. In other
words there had been abstracted over
200 ballots cast nt said election an
bearing the name of the candidate for
Representative In Congress from the
envelope In which tho ballots cast In
said precinct were enclosed alter nnd
on the night of tbe election and there
had been substituted In place thereof an
equal number of spurious ballots which
were never voted. The jury returned a
number of Indictments but the names
of those Indicted have not yet been mad
l.oi'isvtiXK December 2. The Cour
ler-Journal's stall correspondent lnves
tlgatlng tho plague In Kastern Ken
tucky sends the following to-nlght in
regard to the war now In progress In
Fletcher county Kentucky t ' Hon.
James II Tlnsley of Hnrboursvllle and
Colonel R. lloyd of London returning
home from Whltesburg Fletcher coun-
ty where they have been In attendance
on Circuit court give Information of a
Promptly at 'JM this morning the
smiling face of Ills Honor Recorder
Cnllaghan beamed down upon the of-
fenders In the prisoners' docket. Chief
Marshal Shnrdeln opened court nnd
vvton promptly called
ford peevish look
ing slender mulatto woman
charged with the terrible crime of
drawing n razor In n threatening man-
ner on (leorgo Kay an evil-looking
negro man. Way teslltled that he hail
moved from Kmma's house but had left
a lot of books nnd tlilngi there. He sent
for them hut the Craw fords refused to
let him have them. He then went up
there and raised a row about them and
Kmma told him not to come Inside
her house or she would cut
his throat with a razor (leorgo
picked up a stick of wood but did
not use It. and Kmma did nut cut Ids
throat. Tho case was dismissed.
J. II. Jenkins a 'bus driver ran Into n
Mexican's wood wagon on Military
idaza yesterday and tore off n wheel.
lie was nneu
The Gash Grocer
200 Commerce Street.
! WIM. OFKKR YOU FOR CASH
! Holiday Goods for this Month
Fireworks Fire Crackers Candies Raisins Dried Frnits.
; THi: OROTKST ItAItOAINS KVKK OKFKHKI) IN
Annual Holiday Edition.
The I. nun's Annual Holiday paper
will be Issued between the 201 h and
It w 111 be printed on handsomely
tinted paper with a number of illustra-
tions. The paper will not be solely an
advertising hand bill" but will contain
2 pages ot Interesting nnd valuable
historical and statistical matter and tho
ubllshers hope to make It n valuable
advertising medium for Han Antonio to
be sent nbrond. It will be Issued w llh
our dally on the regular publication tiny
nnd all of our regular patrons will re-
ceive the benellt of Die extra large cir-
culation free of charge. From ten to
fifteen thousand copies will be printed
according to demand. Should our
agents fall to sccur your advertisement
send direct to olllce.
Died from Consumption.
Mrs. Ilyrne of St. l.ouls died jester- j
day afternoon nt -I o'clock at Clark's
boarding-house on St. Mary's street.
This lady was about 2J years of age nnd
for the iinst three months has been stay
ing in san Antonio to try anu snake on
the clutches of consumption. Although
her relatives have been telegraphed to
as to the deposition of the body no an-
swer has yet been received and Ills
miner n curious inct inai mo ueceaseu
lady never mentioned any of them be-
fore death nor asked for any message
to be conveyed to them.
A Series ot Troubles.
Misfortunes never come singly nnd It
Is aptly Illustrated In the case of Mr.
Herman Helllgmann. Ills wife has
been attacked with typhoid malaria of
mi acute type and Is barely on the verge
of convalescence when his eldest daugh-
ter. Rosa aged live years Is attacked
with scarlet lever (in Mi turd ay his lit-
tle daughter Adele nged three years
Injured her eye by piercing It with scis-
sors. This nculdent cnused a cataract
to form which will be operated on at 4
o'clock tins evening by ir. ryner.
Horn Chair Exhibit.
The horn chair exhibit of Mr. V.
Frledrlch which will be sent to New Or-
leans Is now on exhibition In the rear of
No. 3.1 Commerce street and attracted
many visitors to-day. It consists of a
complete parlor set of 12 pieces all made
of bom and horn veneering except the
rockers of the rocking chair which are
of Texas black walnut. Tbe entire set
Is beautifully upholstered In leopard
Card of Thanks.
To all acquaintances nnd friends who
attended the sickness and funernl of our
deceased husband and father Solomon
I.oewensleln we herewith tender our
heartfelt thanks especially to the Rv.
Dr. Loewenthal for his comforting
words In the hour of our distress .May
Ood the fatherof the widow nnd orphan
reward them Is tbe sincere prayer nnd
wish of tho sorrowing widow nnd sons.
December 1. Motile llennett age un-
known died In tbe Second ward from
December 2. Louisa Stnllman aged
11 months died In the Fourth ward of
remittent lever. Annie iv. uieiinan
Julian ltcyna and Santiago Ro
mero two Mexicans wero drink
ing In Snntlagu Mllanuevna saloon
last night lleyna was very drunk nnd
probably said something Insulting to
Romero and a light ensued. Iteyna
afterwards left tbe saloon and started
away. hen Romero followed him
uuipetMipon nun nmi wns oeating mm
leld hi in down and had an open knife In
his hand. Olllcer Tom ltlfe hearing
Reyna's erus Tor help ran up and
arrested both of them. This morning
Keyna said ho remembered nothing of
striking Romero and that they had al-
ways been friends before. Romero was
lined $5 and Revnn was dismissed.
John Ryan John Holland and John
Fleming three tramps were lined $10
or :I0 days each for being vagrants.
Captain Shardeln testified that com-
plaint had been tnaclo at police head-
quarters of tramps sleeping In box cars
al the Sunset depot and this morning at
U o'clock he and somoolllcers went out to
tho depot and found these three In n box
car asleep. Ono door of the car was
sealed but the seal on the other door
was broken and was open.
Thomas I.arkln n hardened-looking
old vagrant was next called. When he
answered to roll call he told a long and
rambling story about being on his way
to work on some government buildings
now being erected here when he was
arrested. City Attorney Newton In-
formed him that no government work
was being erected here at present and
then teslltled that I.arkln visited his
house begging of his wife for something
to eat Air. Newton happened to bo at
home nnd forthwith brought him down
to police headquarters and gave him in
charge. Fined $10 or 30 days.
August Klelnschmltt has not vet been
srrested for choking Julius Voliall and
Fine Fort Wine
Fine Sherry Wine
Fine Sweet Catawba ....
Fine Dry Catawba...
at 40 cents per bottle
. at 40 cents per bottle
..at 25 cents per bottle
...at 25 cents per bottle
at 25 cents per bottle
at Si 00 per bottle
A large stock of Champagne and French Cordials which must be closed out
this month regardless of price. I havo In stock a large assortment of CHRIST-
MAS CANDI.K3 which I nm ollcrlngnt bottom price. Do not forget the place
200 Commerce street.
EMANUEL ABRAHAMS. THE CASH GROCER.
PEOPLE TO G. B. FRAME'S ALAMO STORE?
The Fun of Helping a Pretty Girl.
t-'ro'-" tho Ilurtliirlon llawkcie.
Ma) he n man feels happy nnd proud
nml llnttered and envied and blessed
among men when he sees n pretty girl
trying to raise a window of a railway
car and Jumps up ami gets nhead of the
other boys nnd says: "Allow mer" oh
an courteously and sho says: "Oh If
you please; I would be so glad" nnd tho
other male passengers turn green Willi
envy nnd he leans over on the back of
the seat nnd tackles tho window In a
knowing way with one hand. If pernd-
venture he may toss It airily with a
simple turn of the wrist; but It kindly
bolus on nnd ho takes hold with both
hands but It sort of doesn't go to any
alarming extent and be pounds It with
his fist but It only seems to settle "a
leetle closer Into place" and then he
comes around and she gets out of the
seat to glvo him a fair chance and ho
grapples that window and bows up his
ack nnd tugs nnd pulls nnd awents nnd
grunts and strains and his h.it fulls oil
and his suspender buttons fetch loose
and his waistcoat buckle parts and his
face trets red. and his feet slip and peo
ple laugh and nn Irrevent young man In
n remote sent grunta nnd groans every
nine ue 1111s nnu cries -vow men
altogether!" as If In mockery and he
bursts his collar button ; ami the pretty
young lady vexed at being made so con-
spicuous says In her Iciest manner
"Oh never mind thank you; It doesn't
mnko any (inference" and calmly goes
and sits down In another seat and that
wearied man gathers himself together
and reads a book upside down oh
doesn't he feel Just good. Mabe; but
don't be fool enough to extend any of
your sympathy. Re doesn't need It.
An Ineffective Protest.
Amtjng the sample ballots returned to
tho County Clerk's olllce by the Inspec-
tors nnd canvassed by the Hoard of Su-
pervisors yesterday was ono from the
Eleventh ward of Ilullido hearing this
"For President Orover Cleveland; for
Vice President John A. Logan; damn
the electoral method."
He was bound to vote to suit himself
nnd so he threw away his vote entirely;
but his protest against the clumsy and
outgrown methods by which we still
elect our Presidents nnd Vice Presidents
Is eloquent and very much to the point.
Just Like a Woman.
Immense Stock New Goods and Lower
Prices in All Departments!
OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN !
tjyVo oiler over One Thousand Garments such as Cloaks Clrculsrs Rus--61
SnTslans Walking Jackets nnd Ulsters to select from. We baveTSU
tnTIteditceil the Prices cut them down so that there will beHBa
tQfan opportulty for everybody to keep vfarm.TBa
Jnckets that were...'. $ 2 H) are now $ 1 75
Jackets that were 3 CO are now 2 23
Jackets that were 4 00 are now a 7S
Jackets that were 8 00 are now -too
Heller grndes reduced In same proportion. In other garments sacrlllcea are
also being made equal to those above described but our stock Is so large that It la
Impossible to enumerate. The next to consider Is our
Wo cum' Philadelphia lloston and llaltlmoro mnkea. W have the largest
(no exception) stock of foot wear In San Antonio. The best grades nt prices
which win suit everybody. More
BLANKETS AND BED COMFORTS
For sale at this house than are to bo found In half the stores In the city all put to-
gether. Don't forget It 1 20 pairs pure and good white Blankets at Jl 23 worth
S3 (X). Sis) pairs at $2 GO worth $:t CO. Twenty other qualities nt $3 CO $4 00
$.') 00 $1! 00 could not be duplicated for 30 per cent more elsewhere.
11 Hales Comforts at $ 5
12 Hales Comforts nt to
10 Males Comforts i.t 100
10 Hales Comforts at 123
10 Hales Comforts at 1 33
10 Hales Comforts nt 1 CO
And still more from $1 "5 to B 00
Stock Assortment and Yalues in Flannels that' Should Put to
the Blush All Competition.
13 Pieces Grey Twill nt 20c price elsewhere 30o
10 Pieces Grey Twill nt 25o price elsewhere 33o
11 Pieces Grey Twill nt 30o nnd 40o price elsewhere 40o nnd COc
White nnd Red Flannels all reduced So nnd 10o a yard.
n inter skins in reit anu flannels nt correspondingly low prices.
STAPLES ! STAPLES !
We still maintain the old prices of our Cotton Flannels and Domestics with
several exceptions which wo are now selling at Free Trade Prices. Down they
gol The great bargains or all. Competition nowhere! We want room and must
Men's & Boys' Clothing
Children's Clothing Overcoats for Men nnd Hoys nil must go nnd go at Low
Prlcea like the balance of our stock. Above all. don't forget our OKN'i'S' FUR-
NISHING DF.PARTMF.N'T for Underwear Shirts Hosiery nnd Hats and we
will convince the gentlemen like we do the ladles that we clve them the most
abounding bargains to be found In San Antonio. The People's Paradise In the
Great Dry floods Center is the popular nnd progressive house of
G. B. FRANK'S
ALAMO STORE 33 ALAMO PLAZA.
From the Nashville World.
Husband (reading from Scott) Not
aged 0 dnys. tiled In the Fourth wnrd. of one In twenty marries the first love.
lockjaw. How was It In jour case my dearf
From Maverick County. Wife How wm It your case?
Husband You must make the first I
Mr. F. C. Lenson n Maverick county confession don't answer like n parrot I
sheepman says grass Is excellent In his by asking me the same question. i
county and sheep and cattle are look.tig rrfe'd yTr fir. loveTtnarrd
sec o K'KS'.Vl". I n'" you dhWt I didn't.
he says stock is not doing so well being '
greatly In need of water and grass.
Fish Oysters and Game
BKltVEU AT All ItOliW AT T1IE
CRYSTAL RESTAURANT NO. 10 SOLED AD STREET.
Next lo Illllle & Joe's. First class Family Parlor Attached.
JOE MENY - . . . Proprietor.
J. B. SHAW
THE BRICK MASON.
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING CONTRACTED FOR
Ladles approve of your smoking J?"1'0.".!' constriictlon In Rrlok Work n Specialty. All Chimney Flues Ouarnnteed.
' Little Joker." Hox 437. Residence 5 Santa Clara place.
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