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A SHOWMAN LAST
Old Man Grantham Shot, Beat
en and Robbed.
Wichita Infested by a Lot of Loafers,
Confidence Men and Robbers.
About tea o'clock last night a ktrangeron
horseback rode up to where the Anglo
American show was exhibiting, where be
t1 halted for a few moments and engaged in
conversation with a unall boy that was in
the crowd. He then rode up to near the
tutraoce of the main tent where was fctand
iBgantan connected with the show, und
without any warning pulled a pistol and
fired two or three shots attho ebon man,
one of which took effect in bis ktoniacb.
making a dangerous, but probably uot fatal
wound. lie then rode off at full tpecd, and
bai not been teen or beard ot since, nor ha
the boy. who Is supposed to have git en him
tberetolver. There were two policemen
and a large crowd near by, but the act was
done to quickly and unexpectedly that the
man escaped beforo anyone fully realized
what bad happened. The wounard man
was taken into the tent and the ball, from
a lorty.four calibre retohcr ex
tracted and the wounilH dressed
by Dm. McCoy and McAdams, after which
he was taken to the Occidental hotel. Ills
wounds arc cry severe and painlnl, but
the doctors think be "ill recover.
At about the lime hour, but in another
part of the city, another act of villainy was
committed. Old man (irantham, who runs
lb candy atand on the corner of Douglas
avenue and Market street, bad linislicd his
day's labors, which had been rather aidu-
'ousfor lilm as his trade bad been lively,
and was proceeding to his home neartho
water mill on Cbisholm creek with about
911 ,ln his pocket. When nearly home be
was accusted by two men, one of whom
drew a revolver and shot at him, tin- ball
going through and badly wounding one of
bUbandfc. He wa then knocked down,
severely beaten on the bead and robbed of
all his money. Some partice living near by
heard the shooting and hurried to tbe
scene, but the dastards had ccaped. tJran
tham was taken to bin house and
Dr. Wen sent tor, whe soon arrived and
dressed bis wounds. The old man wai too
much tlustrated to give a very minute ac
count of tbe affair, but sava that thctwo
men came from tbe direction or bis bouse,
and bad probably been bid there awaiting
bis approach, knowing that be carried his
money with him and thinking that the
amount might have beeu much larger, as
business bad been exceedingly good during
The officers are on the alert and will
likely capture the thieves, though up to the
present time they have no clue to any of
tbe parties. Many seem to think that the
robbery was committed b men connected
With tbe show, but the ofllccrn think dlffer-
0WUy, and say that there are plenty of hard
:.:SWM lying. .about Wichita who arc only
awaiting a safe opportunity to hold up and
rob any one who happens to come In their
way. We hope the officers will be sucresful
in their bunt and that thce robbcr-t and
would-be murderers will receive audi a
punishment as their crimes merit. The
KaGLK has time and time again referred to
the loalcrs, thug', confidence men and
thieves that Infest this city, and asked that
something might be done to drive then
from Wichiti and ygaln we urge, is it no
about time tlist something was done that
will insure our citizens immunity Irom this
THE HURON BANK.
Hi-uox, Dakota, Aug. 12. The un
secured liabihtie 1 the bunk of Un
roll, which muluau assignment yes
terday, arc understood to be about
8,000, mostly to depositors. The in
sets as jet can not be learned. Thcru
(g $20,000 in tho bale TJie cause of
the failure is wild to lie the unbusiness
like manner in which loans are made.
The deposits made yesterday were all
returned to (he depositor.
The receiver of the bank slates,
liabilities, $15,000; assets namely $2
000 ; values, $1.1.000.
A LETTER OF THANKS.
I LombViM.i:, Aug. 12. The Ev ening
Times will publMi the following ror-
, rospondence tlii afternoon: Sergeant
Urainard who, with Lock wood, reach
"ud I he highest northern latitude ever
trod bv the foot of man, writes a fol
lows to Henrv Clay, of this city:
Navv Vakd. )
Portsmouth, N. II. Aug. 11 '84. J
To Henry CJay. Lotiivillo:
DkabSik: lu behalf t he few of
tny comrades now living and the
. tnanv who ttrugglrd so bravely for
Hfe but who had finally to succumb to
starvation, I desire ino.t carncwtly to
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in the Courier Journal The advice
waa sound, practical, and as it seemed
to us then and as it afterwards trail- ". " ' .""'K V T Vi v "
Mired to be. prophetic With our , 'WH-' hetweeu life aud death :. c
'oVnViews of what was rcuired for "day supposing that her time ...
our aafetv it concides perfectlv It ' thi- world wa very short lie initio a
waa found in the "Proteus"' wreck, d'JS Htatemc.it and i.nphcate. Dr.
n the cache landed bv Lieut. Carting- Taylor and .i8 son Harry 'lav lor a.
ton near Cape Sabine, and was read . prmc.pal and acce-ory to the crime,
and reread In the gloom and darkness al-o the litter being her seducer. It
"?.i. i i.-. ..n.i.t . ....! 1 seems that the old doctor m hi- ne-
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aiMIILt Kllllllt I'i via aiirxib v.a'"' --
succor vour former Arctic comrade,
the camp in -which we wero then loc.it
d received your name.
I remain very respectfully,
Signed. " L. Ruinahu.
Iady Franklin Riv.
Chicaoo, Ausr. 12 The attendance
to-dav at tho Chicigo Driving park
was good. Weather verv warm and
"-"- 7 . ' - - .
First raco. one niilo and one lGth of
atniK for all ages. Siarton-, Conk
ling, Ella Kowlett. Vcron, Joe ltale,
ChaBtillv. Eircriaaud Dauquet. Coiik-
liusrandChaiitillv raced home: Conk -
line wlnninarbv a neck. ChautillvRoc-
otid, Kowloit tiiini. rime. i:;u i-s. ,
Secoud race, for three year-old, .
1 1-8 miles.- Starters, llorling. Avery,
King.Troubler. Alice, Top Sawjer.
Dcrllng led by five lengths to the head
. stretch where Alleo drew up and won j
by a abort half length. Iterlinir second.
Top Sawyer third. Time, 1:56. (
Third "race one mile and five hun
dred yards all age. Starters: Coat
man." P. Line. Lycurgu, Lemon,
Kiolio and Athlouc. Imoii won
easilv bv a length; Coalman second.
aad Athl'one third. Time, 2:12.
-Fourth race, mile heat, all agos.
Starters: Midniirht. Aita. Bar. Ida B..
Tair. Little Joker and John Sullivan,
First heat Traix won easily by
leDgths; Miduight second, and Sulli-
van pulled up thirit. I nne, 1:43 3-4.
Second heat Sullivan was never
headed aud in a gollop a Icujrth ahead;
Taix second, aud Midnight a poor
third. Time, 1:44.
Third heat, Sullivan had a length
the best of the send off and was never
headed and won bv a length; Taix
second. Time, 1:431-2.
THE BROKEN BANK.
New Yokk, Aug. 12. A notice wa
posted at tho Walt Strett bank thi
morainz announcing that all checks of
Oirden & Co. would be paid on pre
scMation to the First National bank,
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A rumor was current at the opening j
nf incinies Hint the absent cashier.
Dickinson, was arrcstcd.but it proved ,
to bo unfounded. It know asserted I
that Dickinson was usinff the bank's,
funds for private ventures iu grain
and stocks. His ventures, however, '
were small, and he averted suspicion
by putting his credit in a large num
ber of offices. It is ttiought his latest i
purchase, when clossd out, will show j
a profit, as the market advanced after
they were made. j
Cmcr.KVirxE, Ohio, Aug. 15. Three
children on a farm near South Ferry,
Ohio, named Robert Wood, Louie D.
Wood and Kate Shaw, all under ten
years of age, were burned to death in
a barn, having gone there to smoke
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ACTING DISHONEST. I
Cincinnati, Aug. 12. Col. Jno. C. I
Undewood, formerly manager of the j
Ncws-.Toiir.ial. entered suit iu the
United States court this afternoon
against Jno. E. Scripps, Ed. W. Scripps .
audX. A.McCrac for $50,000 foral-t
leged libel, printed August 2d, iu the
Evening l'ost of Cincinnati, which
charges Underwood with acting dis
honest toward the stockholders of tne
News-Journal. Underwood's attor
neys arc Win. M. ltam-ey, Judge J. 11
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well, fapca"" J
roraKer, Lawrence -uax
John u. Carlisle.
Wamixjo, Kan., Aug. 12. A fine
ram visucu ihi-j scctiuu auum guu."""-"""" -- i- .t
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ii.iprvnU ill noon. It was much need-
cd, as corn in many fields would have ,
been snort vvitiiout it. itcpori1 now i
the r.iin to liavc been general. 'L'lic '
fanners are happy.
Tlio fourtli annual fair of the Potta
watomie and Wabatnisc fair associa
tion will be held iu this city Septem
ber 2d to 5th, and promises well at this
date. Senator lugalls will address the
old f-oldicrrt' reunion to lie held on the
fair srrouuds the second day of the
fair. September 3d. There will be fine
racing and many other fine attr.ie
tions, among which will be some of i
the finest blooded utock in the wet.
The Maine and Logan club of this j
city have chartered a roach and will '
go "en masse to Salina to-morrow. The
Wanicgo silver cornel bank and the
Kaw valley cornet; band (colored) will .
accompany the club.
not so BAD.
Ni:w Yokk. Aug. 12. President
Evan, of the Walt Street bank, states
that additional invostig-itiou Satisfies
him and the directors that the amount
oflo-s will not fall fchorl of the caiiitnl
and the depositors will be speedily
KILLED HIS MAN.
Foi'ntain City, Minn., Aug. 12.
Win. Kurt and Joseph Kellar, larmer-i,
quarrelled about e.Utlc. Kurt shot
the other dead. The murderer was
taken to Alamo to prcveut lynching.
KILLED AND EATEN.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 12. Much in
terest ha been excited Here by the
publication or the story of Henry be
ing killed und eaten by the Crecly
party. Ilcury's real name was Bock.
His sister and other friend of this city
will ptih investigations.
San Francisco, Cala., Aug. 12
The Southern Pacific railroad bridgo
over the Colorado river at Yuma
openei to-morrow; through trains to
New Orleans resumed.
TICKET NOT NAMED.
iNWAN.vroi.is, lud , Aug. 12. A
meeting of the executive committee of
the Prohibitionists' statu central coin
mil tee was held here to-dty, audit
was decided to put an electoral ticket
in the field. The ticket is not yet
named, an 1 the members of the party
will not be pledged to its support
Naming the electoral ticket will
Himply euahle such prohibitionists as
mi desire to vote for St. John.
Indianoi'olts, lud., Aug. 12. Tne
remains of Win. WhWIler. lulu mem
ber of the Greely Arctic exploring
were interred to-day ucarDcIpht, Car
rol county. Governor Porter and
flail were "present, and n number of
local militnry compauics pirticipated
in the cxerci-e-. Addresses were de
livered bv Governor Porter, Up v.
Louick, of Logansport, JihIitp Gould,
Rev-Seawright and G. W. JuHlii, of
Delphi. Whistler was a member of
company 1', Ninth infantry, and his
term ofuulistmcul would have expired
A TOPEKA SENSATION.
Toi'KKA, Kas., Autr. 11. Another
most ccltiug sensation was created
hero this afternoon by Dr. J. C. Tay
lor, a physician who Ms lived iu the
city about four years, being arrested
on a charge of procuring an abortion
upoirMiss Miami! Nicholson, who was
one of the skating riuk belles last
winter and a verv popular north
i sido society Kirl
The outrage was
t Sattfrdav, but the
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' ictrca reim were not rcac.ic.i. ami
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farious dp-isn to destroy the life of
i the unborn infant was not t-killful
i enough to briun the dead fetus from
, the mother. He vcv lodged in jail.
The on 1ms recently been living at
i Lawrence employed as a clerk iu a
drv goods store. Constable Collin
i went down on the afternoon train
with a warrant sworn out before Jus-
i tire Evans, arreted
the accused nnd
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reiuriieti Here wn.i nun at opiock.
j The old man is C5 year-, of age.
BROKE HER SKULL.
Giiaxii Uaimhs. .Mich.. Aug. l'2--Grand
Haven special to the Democrat
a&: Peter ltnllz. Keriiiiiii aged 4',
. living about a mile from
tli a "tin.
broke hi wife ktill u
from thO rflects of which --lie died thi
afternoon. He i now iu the tlrand
Haven j-iil Hal 17. i iu-atie.
Ciiicaoo, Anjr. 12. Chicign Wire
and Iron work, branch of E. T. D.ir
iiiim Wire and Iron work-, at Detroit,
which failed last mfttith wa ei7cJ on
bv attachn.eiit. Aett of this branch
A meeting of the Wctcrn Trunk
line association hits been called for t-
i morrow to cou-iiler the withdrawal of
j the Xorthwe-tcrn road, but probably!
will not be held, however,
a 'same of!
t the member caunnt reach here.
GREY HAIRED VETERANS.
St. Palm., Minu., Autr. 12. Tho
corridors and posrehes of the Hotel
Lafayette at Iake Aliunctonka are al
ready filled with grey haired veterans
of the Army of' tlio Teunesee and
their ladies, and 200 others will arrive
to-morrow. Gen. Sherman' daughter
and son have been hero a week assist
ing iu the arrangement-;. The union
programme lor to-morrow i. n
nc-s meeting in tho morning, and
trip ou tlic lake in the afternoon. In
the evening Gov. Hubbard will deliver
.ki.-.i sriT i.ii.
the addree of welcome and Gen.
- Sherman will respond, and the mili-
tary hand will gtve'eoncerts.
THE DEMOCRACY OF MIS
SOURI IN CONVENTION
AT JEFFERSON CITY.
Cannibalism Practiced in tKe
Greely Expedition to the
A PRESBYTERIAN MINISTER OK
CHICAGO SHOOTS HIS WIFE
" AND THEN HIMSELF.
Other Interesting News, Notes and
Items Whispered by the Mid
Jei-fkiison Cm, Mo., Aug. 12.
The afternoon session, which was of
tw'o hours' duration, was devoted to
oratory. The speakers were Hon. A.
M. Dackcrv, Hon. Jas. Craig. Hon. C.
II. Mansur Hon. A. M. Alexander,
Hon. Nat. Drydcn and Judge J. J.
Liudlcy. At 5 o'clock the convention
adjourned till 7, the credentials com-,
miJtteo uaving meanwhile agreed to
ipnnrtin favor ofseatinsr tne inrce
anti-Mannadtiko delcgationa from St.
Louis whose scats were contested.
The committee on permanent organi-
den for chairman and . M. iieli, ol
St. Loui, for secretary
; The platform commW thrhM;
Nominations for governor being
called for, Arthur Lee, of St. Louis,
presented Gcucral John. S. Mar
inaduke. Gannaway, of Monroe,
ior governor uuiug
nominated Thomas P. Bashaw
Marmadiiko. 332; Rashaw, 47; Fyai:
11; riielp. 23, Campbell, 7.
Resolved; Firht, That the Deino
cratic party ot Missouri in convention
assembled heartily approves the decla
ration of principles made by the Dem
ocratic convention recently held iu
Chicago, and pledges its earned sup
port to G rover Cleveland and Thomas
A. Hendricks, tho nominees of that
convention for president and vice
president of the United States.
Second, That wc endorse the action
ot our United States senators, nnd
mcinbers'df the house of representa
tive in the Forty-eighth congress.
Third, That we endorse the economi
cal administration of affairs of our
present state government in all its
branches and point with pride to the
record of the Democratic party of
Missouri to the administration of our
state government, that in every por
tion of Missouri the laws have been
faithfully administered, and all per
sons arcaliko protected in person and
property: ti.at me people enjoy peace,
order, prosperity aim piciuv, wihim.
mniulr ;inrl pp.nnomv li.ive olitaiUCU
houestv and economy have obtained
in ever department of the state gov-
ernment since it passed into the
hands of the Democratic party.
Fourth, That the Democracy con-!
gratulatc the people of the state on
the reduction of our state debt of
about $10,000,000, or nearly one-half;
iu the enlargement of the public
school fund, and iu the material reduc
tion of the rate of taxation, and
pledges itself to the samo strict econo
my in the future.
Fifth, That the Democratic party,
which originated the public school sys
tern of Missouri, stands
maintain popular education in the
Sixth, That the Dcmocracv, as
especial champion of the people,
crates its intense hostility to the
nonolistic tendenev of the times.
declares its purpose of battling with
the masses in their struggle for
The committee scut to invite M.ir
mndukc to coma beforo the conven
tion, he came and delivered an ad
dress of thanks. After a speech from
Rashaw, nominations for lieutenant
governor were then called for. A. P.
Morehouse, of NoddwAV, L. S. Cotty,
of Knox, Jacob P. Childs, of Ray aud
Ed. Rutler. of St. James, were nomi
nated. Tho latter withdrawing his
name. Tho ballot stood Morehouse,
1731-3; Cotty, 113: Childs, 1272-3.
The second ballot for lieutenant-governor:
Morehouse. 21C1-3; Childs,
157 1-3; Cotty, 65 1-3. Adjourned till
9 a. in.
C.Ai.VKSTOX, Tex., Aug. 12. Tho
Xows' Coiorado City, Texas. Special
gays: 'Firo this moruing destroyed
an" entire block of small frame build
ings. Loss estimated at $ll,00Q.
Dknver, Col., Auz. 12. '"ot.I)0sse are in pursuit, uothiug ha been
three litintlrcit itiemoers ot tne inter-
naiioua. association 01 traveling i-
songcr agents, with their Indie1, were
present at tl.c opening of the annual
convention this afternoon. Nearly
every state in tho union, and ncarly
all the important trunk lines in the
country were represented. James P.
Itccd, of Chicago, orator of the as-o.
ciation. in an address gave an intcr-c-.tinjr
lustory of tho association from
the inception at Buffalo in 1872 to
date. He earncstlv recommends that
ac ion lie ikcii at tn.s meeting iuua-
ingto the co-operatiou of aSenU, re-
stmation and1 nmiiitainai.ee5 of the
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tariff rate. There will be an election
of officer to-morrow. The ball at
the American hotel this evening was
Dctroit, Mich..Aug.l2. Thv Third
district .republican convention to-dav
nominated .Tame O'Donnell, of Jack-
son. for couirrcs. bv acclamation.
son. tor congress, u, acciamauon
Ciiicaoo, 111., Aug. 12. A Dixon,
111., special to the cws save: The
Eiffhth di-trict of Alabama
the famoii 'Fighting Joe.'
"Washixoton, 1). C, Aug. 12. Ill-
ilication lor tlic L ppcr .lisour.
Lower Arkansas- vallct s
cloud v weather: occasional local show-
1 ers with local storms : sotilhea-terlv
wind; tHght rise id tcmiierature.
Makaxacook, Maine, Aiijf. 12. At
a public mcctiuc here to-day loud calls
was made tor jtr. uiaiue ana as he
came forward voiccs shouted, ''three
cheers- for our next president. and
so I could not mis this one, (laugh
ter! and so 1 came from old habit, lust
r, CHA if tl.nl- trnni ln.1.1 i.all
as tber, were in the old davs
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when I so often Imposed upou vou for
a your suffrage au exaction which Ican
say with all candor I never had any
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expectation of again laying upon you
lint lam oaoe more before toe people
or Maine, the people in whom 1 have
never trosted in vaiufA voice "good,
Democrat ot tlio bcvcntli owirici 10- -- r"""'""V" :-j-.' '" .-;".-" ' thi cirdilar a unauUior zed. 'llie eir-iw ' "" J-Z !
.. :..i.i i c ri-iD r- -nM. '1 am irohlbltionists and wish tne fu; ""? . 1....1...1 ..-.:...-:. Acgust77f.fr. 8'.e. dodngat..Ves!'mt-T
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grcs. , cause succe-. luit 1 am not willint? yowere ruIeii out of order, as not jiroi.T-1 ciosag at hvc :oe.her ei'.'ft-a'.j eioring
8 niMTTAN-ooflA. IVnn.. Aiiff. 12. sacrifice the cau-c to Democracy or to S,""1,1," ,,,..' l ' ateu.e No s dhicago .pring. n'.a.cio.-
Gcnend .loo Wheeler wa nominate.l .labor lor a movement in tin- Mate ' ,"r'""- "" , "'L. tf,c" -"0 3 rM- NK(
forconirrebvtheDemocraU of the Wl acl "idirectly it. its over- Bi.oomi.votox, Ills.. An?. I'.'. A. r" d-buj s,Tei market nnttle4j
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n- i'vt mi. Ka.a -ii. wwisiv. tin Htnta ,I-:-,t a. .mtnf f ill ..lfl. 'I h v
l : "My friends, I came here to-day 1 ZCZTn.- ru,e.et,-.i t.-1 anJ
to speak, but to hear. I have . - .i'"-'-. .,., . .-T .7"; r, fw,... . . ,, ost-
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wfCHITA, KANSAS, WEDNEgDAY MORKIMQy AtJQUST
aad applause. I am detaining you by
tfais simple word from the enjoyment
or nearrasr a ercai orator irum iuc
mw Bra r "'" i
WMU' immasnxiouSior .C jrcau
as job are, ana so x yieiu ne puuiui
WAHnscrroN,Aug. 12. Gen.IIazen
was iBterriewed to-day in regard to
the storria circulation that the surviv
or of the Greely party had eaten
"Is the report that Captain Schley
called you and Secretary Chandler into ,
thA vpokpI's rahln and informed VOU I
how the survivors had eaten their as-1
sociates false ?" was asked.
"That story is untrue." r ;
"There ii no truth', then, in the re
mainder of tbe published stories that
bodies were eaten ?''
"I will not say thoy are not true.
I have but casually glanced at the
nublished statement, other than at
those nortiofis which I deny.''
"Did von hear anv rumor while at
1 Portsmouth that dead men had been
j eaten ?"
j "There wore rumors of that kind
' afloat. Mt official nosltion wonld uot
permit me to give the facts in the
"There are facts then?"
"I can't answer that.. I had a long
interview with Lieut. Greeley, but
the fcubject of catiug bodies was not
rnforrnft in. f run imnsfae a case
when cannibalism would be justifiable !
and it would be a case when men are
"Do you excuse cannibalism in the
"Under the circumstance- it would
BOS,.?tatItaw f; '"received
"Ha Sccretarv Chandler received
report that Private Henry
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. "There wftrc rumors at Portamoulh
1 that he had been killed.- and'Uiat the
1 survivors hud eaten1 hwbody.ihut I
lhWiU?iuSoug I the suldect of
an investigation by the war depart
ment?" "Not necessarily; men arc shot
every day iu mutinies, aud no investi
gation made. Under some circum
stances it might lio proper."
"Will there be any investigation of
the reported eating of bodies ?"
"An investigation could uot be
made either by the jvar or navy de
partment. That is a, mat tor congress
will have to look into. Then all the
facts will be presented, aud until then J
Gcu. Jiazcti says that Lieuteiiaut
Greely 'a report ou the entire expedi
tion will probably be forwarded to
hint within a mouth.
"Whilo it is generally conceded that
there aie no records in Washington
that would substantiate the story,
both the army aud navy officers,
among themselves, do pot view it a3
impossibility, by any means," said an
officer iu the corridor of the navy de
nartment." While there is no reason
1 that I know of for believing the story,
. . f ... lh are 0 records t0
b t autiatl, it ,ioes not disprove it at
.. . ..; . i. - .1
all. JjOok at it an lurwuu. muio
.invthinc-iranrobable about it? You
anil I standing hcrc'with all comforts
about us, look upon such a matter
with dread and horror. Rut you must
remember that those men were re
duced to such 11 condition that their
moral faculties were-blunted'- - They
should not be considered, in fact, re
sponsible agents. Self-preservation
was their only thought, aud they
could not be expected to moralize up
Portsmouth. N. II.. Aug. 12. Sec-
, retarv Chandler returned to-day, and
to-night an Associated Press reporter
visited him on the Tallapooa to in
quire concerning the truth of ail arti
cle in to-dav's New York Times. The
-' secretary appeared to be considerably
il , agitated". He said : "You may say
that I have seen the the New lork
times, nnd that the navy department
has received no such reports of thel
i shooting of Henry and cannibalism, as
I the Time give. Of course you will
uaturallv next ask he. 'Is the jjtory
true?' I say that 1 decline to say, 1'
refuse to &ay, any thing further about j
A MURDEROUS LUNATIC.
Chicago, Aug. 12. Tlio
Ncw's SpriugliclU. Ills , Bieial
In West Surinafield to-day
Heudiic, recently released frgmiui iu
sauo usylutii, clirulicd iuto a wagon
in which were three fanners. He
threw au arm
around Julius Perkins'
neck nnd drew a large knife twice ,
across his throat. Pcrkius fell out of'
the wagon, aud the man prounced
unou John Calvin in a similar manner,
mllicting a less bevcro wound 5 hi
throat, when lie alo fell out of the
wagon. Calvin's father jumped out
.lut iu time to escape the munloron
il-nife. The lunatic laid the whip to
.1.. .. o...l ll.nnrrli ll, sl.oriff nt.il n
j cen of jlim; pcrki
dn will tirobably
STAND BY THE PARTY.
. .... !.. .... to tl.. 1
WLUBHUB, jvane., au8. a. iiiiu..
J. I. Perkins, n member of the, natiou -
i -...m5it..,..f .h.. l'mi.ii.i.im, .mrie
-.....: . i ;''.-.,-
ior lino sunt;, uintm nn jimicai-.
against the call for a stale Prohibition
coiiventen in Kansas, as follow i-:
To the prohibitionists of Kansas.
On the eight inst. a call was made br a
i ruiiiniiLiii? lur n Biikit: iiiuiiiuiiiuu
i : ". , " : , . . t ;r i .
cpiivctttio.. to hd 1 eld at Lswre..re,
Kaunas on the second day ofcplcm-
bcr, for the purpvc of nominating a
slate and elcctorial ticket iu Kaiisa-,
and to. that call my name wa si.ted
as a member of the National Prohibi
tion conunitte, as well as the associ
ate committeeman from thi tatc. I
have to sav that such call ua made
Without consulting with mc and my
name was Mgued thereto without my
knowlcdgo or consent. In my
throw auil ccllre to tlic ruin power
another IcascoraiiUinrityinonr state.
1 BeticTing: this prohibition convention
can onlv result in good to the advo-
, A"r...A.nA.. n.i : .ii:A 'm.
I pItfonn of the Republican prty in
tms sl:,te '3 broad cnouirli, and the
i caudidate are ol that character, m
I my judgment, for any prohibition to
vote for, except one who would rather
sec Democracy without protiiuiltou
on than the sti-cci or the HepnVlican
party with it, auI I Jwonld adrrke all
oarties desintiir the success of ten.Dcr
iw-o nhriplv and ffoml (rnvrrnnpnt.
to protest against this- action and
and stana uy tne party tnat has ioter-
practice, department of Missouri, U.
S. A., was poatpoucd on account of
' Nirw York, Aug. 11. The
fight to-night between John Lonch and
I aal ntul wttvannBaTrAral atnAil nifirnmsknt i.. . .,) i frrui m hmm .-
a a. a isini a -as v s aBsvf a - isbivihisiusii aaiii if iiisrtii a vjuir imt . ia sv j ti. s m in- a-r
t1.-..v. .....- sccouii uiv ui me iireiiiijuar nne u iucvuik mm " .. -..
Frask McGue, with bard glove was, Tbccbmiiir
. l . . a it.
wot.J)T JivicKl McCuerwas badlv
punished and both men were covered
with blood at the end of the third
. FOREIGN FLASHES,
ABUTHKUMftifiin Ar".7iMHa. He assigns ill health as the
Blockade of the Principal Chi
nese Seaports by French
THE FATE OF THE
GLISHMAN, SHELDON, THE
SUBJECT OF INQUIRY.
Other News and Notes of Interest From
London, Aug. 12. The heat yester
day sent the mercury to 93 degrees
Fahrenheit. It was the most intense
heat experienced for two ) ears. Work
was partly suspended. Several deaths
occurred from sunstroke.
The press urges rigid inquiry into
the truih or falsity of informer Casey's
statement that Miles Joyce and others
convicted of complicity in the Mon
tfaa murders were, innocent, and
he was compelled to testify
against them by Crown Solicitor Bol
London, . Aug. 12. The case of
Sheldon an Euglish mau, alleged to
have been kidnapped in Missouri, and
held for ransom was brought up in
the house of commons to-day.
Arthur Arnold, liberal form Salford,
made it the subject of inquiry. Under
foreign secretary stated latest dis
patches from Rritish minister at
Washington August 6th brought in
telligence tint all efforts mado up to
that time to discover Sheldon has
proved frutilc. Search however will
be vigorously pro-ccuied. Arnold
said the brother of the missing mau
received letters from friends In Mis
souri which ascrts (hat the authori
ties werp unking no effort to find
London, Aug. 12. In the house of
commons this evening the appropria
tion bill passed to a third reading.
Lord ILiudoIph Churchill denounced
the enormous growth of tho outlay
and" attacked the management of
Hugh C. Childers, chancellor of the
exchequer. The grants under the con
solidated fund during 1884 wero, he
said, .5,000,000 over the outlay during
last j car the late government were im
office. Tho present session of parlia
ment had been scandalous, aud the
time had been wasted- Tho govern
ment had introduced bills with no itr
lention of passing them. Especially
was this true in the instance of the
merchants' shipping bill, the introduc
tion of which was a low, misorable
election dcvice.cmnnatitig from an ill
famed caucus. ' In regard to tho mis
sion of Earl Northbrook to Egypt,
Lord Uaudolph Churchill pointed out
that the government was entrusting
to two menbers of the finan
cial housu of Raring Bros. & Co.,
(Lord Northbrook and Sir Evelyn
Bariug) an almost unlimited control
of England's politics and finances
in Egypt. The government might as
well seud two Rothschilds. Tho gov
ernment steps for the relief of General
Gordon were obviously insincere, and
were auother transparent election de
vice. He warned the government
that they were mistaken if they ex
pected to rivet tho attention of parlia
ment at the autumn session on the
Childcrs replied to Churchill. Child
ers said that Lord Raudolph evidently
thought he had inherited D'lsraeliV
mantle. He advised him to adopt just
criticisim, aud abandon violent epi
thets aud vulgar abuses. If the house
supported the policy of economy the
government was only .too willing to
retrench. Earl Northbrook had no
connection with the firm of Rariug
Bros., and these attacks upon him
J were utterlv unworthv of
AyLh. whoo attacks were
ero so tnvo-
lous tuai tuc iioii-jc wou'ii pay no ai
tcntion to them.
l'Aitife, Auk. 1'-'. Tho Voltair gives
tho follow iui; account of French ope
rations in "Chiua: Admiral Lepcs
blockaded Ivc r.uuj,'. Aujrust j. The
Chinese Attempted to repel him with
a bitterv of Krnpp canon. The
French thereupon opened tiro ami
IMleiiceil llio battery vi iioutcasuaiiy.
.. . .. . . "... . ,..-.
a company uicu iaui . im.
H'C run. In this operation o.io man
vvas killed aud two uouiuled. Admiral
Ipcs remain ai anchor before Kc
Lu..-to prevent Ch.ncse voxels from
, coauag. alui. "Y -- '
F Chow to support 'aire otre,
' who demands that a dctachiueut of
the squadrou remains at V 00 Sung
tfll lllllCS IlOrth Of bllllllglial.
THE LABOR CONVENTION.
Utica, . Y., Aug. 12.' The labor
convention, adopted resolutions that
ihe r-xccutivc committee be directed
1 to use cverv honorable menus in their
. ,-.,i..t nrnil,n,l!vp
1 i'"Vl r ,,. ., Tm,i ,K ii.o T,7.,fBi
uoiiuiiated auc elected to the legisla-
tore: such action 9 niav be taken
, .'. .
. B,louUl ,rc,ct !
practical aitl from or
ganized labor throughout the state ;
al-o recommended tho pat-age of a
law to increase the head uioncj ta
on all immigrants to ten dollars per
head, t.o as to stop the ititlux of pau
pers to thi- country ; money -o raied
to be Hied as a fund for the care aud
benefit ot all immigrantfi. A rc-olu-
lion wa adopted demanding the pa.3-
aucot a law proiiiuitmg the giviu
work, by contract or otlierw-? or
the purchaae,'or4irticleJ rfifuifotl by
the government of the state, to or ,
from employers who employ other
.on men. A circular a.uagou- i
overnor Cleveland, signed bi .
manv worKiU" men nan o'r.i iniro-t
.. ,1, ;. ,
dt.cc'd, and a number of attempts were
made to offer resolutions dcuoiinchig
II LcKenham, the former chairman
of the anti-monopoly, Greenback Flato
confehrlon, Jo-uy"iried a call for a
state convemion here on the 2 tin, in
opposition to the convention regular
ly called by Chairman Water to
niect on the VJtU Lure.,
NEW YORK; DEMOCRATS.
Smv York. Aug. .12. The execu
tive committee of the Democratic
rr,ute convention elected Wm. E. Smith
chairman. It i said at-headquarters
- tht Fjlwnnl Cooner had never been
i-i,i .i,.;nnm !.; n.i... mori-li-
having been suggested in connection
with it. When thi suggestion had
Smith, who is a warm personal friend
of Gov. Cleveland,, was eicdcu.
ICRECEPTION TO BEN
Vkw York. Auit 11. The
friends of Gen. Butler will giro a
, public rece
receptiottto him Angnst 30th.
. . mr &. f.
Brtte inriotr? l"Ht, JofiB
Swiutou. F. 15. Thurbcr and F. D.
Mbu'.toa. It wm voted to ask Cha-.
A. Dana, Tbos.RConncnaud John
i KeUvjo jkMn,tBesraraitteL
New York, August 11.
I iuiwaru cooper,
chairman of the
Democratic state committee, has re-
A MINISTERIAL MURDER.
Chicago, Aug. 12. Information
has just been received from the north
ern suburbs of Lake View that Rev.
Wm Pnllienn nnatnr of Kllllerton
j avenue Presbvtenan church, shot his
wife and then himself, this afternoon.
The ball entered his wife's head, back
of the ear. killing her instantly. He
aimed at' his own temple, but held
rather low, so the bullet passed below
the brain, back of the eyes, pasting
almost through and probably cutting
both optic nerves, ne is still alive,
though the chances are againt his re
covery. If he survives he will be to
tally blind. There was no quarrel.
Rev. Collison became pastor of this
church fourycars ago, but dissencious
arose; one on account of the pastor's
extreme Calvinism, and the members
dwindled until last June, when he ten
dered his resignation, aud the pas
toral relation wa dissolved, to take
eflect this month. The neighbors have
noticed of late that he has shown
sigus of wandering of mind. It is be
lieved he brooded oxer his church
trouble, and seeing but a poor pros
pect for the future, determined, iu a
lit of momentary insanity, to cud the
troubles of himself and wife. They
leave four small children unprovided
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Shipping itxn ." M MvU;
Butclier' steera 3 001M
i'atcowtand htifera 3 M W
Fat xhlpplDK hogs, brt M- '0
Stwk and fedlnjr tioiw 4 00c$l JO
Sbrep ... saXi-lV
Potatoes, per bu , .3S0 0
Efflf, ...... .... " l2,i
Chickens per lb ... . 6 8
Chlckeiu, per dozen . i.u52..Vi eacbf23
S. C. Haras 11
S. O. Bk. Bacou ...... 14 1C
Bacon aides. . . . I0'.' -
D. S.Sldea IU
Shonhlera .... S ; lu
Lard 9V 2'.'
Corn meal .. . 1 W) 1 20
Flour, high patent 25
Flour, pitent '3 to
Klonr, XXXX 2 :o
Flour XXX,. ,.. A
Chopfeed . BihflW
Bran ,. - J
MIllioK wheat'.. -WW)
ot3.''. .','.'.'..."..' .'..'.'."",'"-. ;
Corn, pure white . .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Money Market. !
Naw Youe, Augut 12, 1-Bl.
Mo'fiV Kasy at ,! V ctnt., closing
offered at K V cent.
PnuncMincA-TriLE Pxntt-aHQCX f cent.
Stkbliso Kicua-xoi Steady Banker bill.
1 82,'i ; demand l.8l.
GoTiRSMTTr "Bovds Firm for tf ' anil -icrforl's.
IT. S. 3-per-cenU . lW.'M. .
U. S. 4j;-pcr-ccnts , IIJ.'.'W
U.S. 4-per-cents V)'M
State Saqcairrt Dull.
Railway SxcCBrrnw Strong and higher.
Miasonrt Paciflc C'b uondi
Hannibal & St. Joseph bonds
Central Pacific stocks
Chicago & Alton...
Chicago, Burlington 4 Qnlncy .. .
Denver A IUo Grando
Hannibal A St. Joseph , .. ..
Hannibal It St. Joseph prererred (asked) .
Northern Pacific ....
New York Central
Kocklsland . ...
Kansas City Orain and Produce.
KA.N3H Cirr, AngustlJ.I-f
The DaWyndlroor reports:
Wheat Kecelpts, C9.795 bushels ; shipments,
81,619 bushels ; fn store, 4I4,2ti8 bushels ; mar
ket weak ; No. 1 red, cash, Gi,'c ; September,
Kl'.'laWVc ; Octolier, ft!.'c bid, .,'fc asked i
No. 2solt, cash, eiN'c
Coax Keceipts, M,697 bushels : shipments,
4,325 bnsbeli ; In store, 03,076 bushels : mar
ket lower; No. t mixed, cash, 40c; Septem
ber S9c bid, 40c asked ; October ."H.'.c bfd, 3Sc
asked , jear toUc bid, 31e askcl s May MVe bid,
3Jc asked ; No. 1 while mixed, cash 47c
0t No. 5 cash, 2Jc bid.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Ki-i Citt, Angut 1
Tho Live-stock Indicator reports
Cattijc KectlpU, 1,717; raartet weak and
tlovr. Nstlve ttevrs averaging I?) to 1I Mis
sold at 5.fi 23 ; 921 to 11U0 Its, $1.W1S V);
stackers and feeders, tS.SOI M : town, SJ.w
5.73 ; grass Texas steers, W.30QI ii.
Ilor.9 Receipts, 6.'rs; market (Inner and 10
(SI'-c liUhtr ; sales ransed at J5W): bulk
at 3 7(K3.sa.
Snirr Receipts, JK7; market numlnalljr nn
changed St. Lonis Grain and Produce.
St. Locis, Aognst li, !.
Flock Market unchanged,
WniAT Market nnsettled and higher i onlr
moderate trading.. No.2red,M,,f&'Jocati ;
Ml '.'1W8I V ABtust ; SlJiftfHS'e September ; l'i
rtsVie October :4J,iS Vie OTeniber ; WKiKiSe
year. So. 3 red, 7S'i(?7,ic.
Coax Market higher bat slow; 171,l,'c
cash ; 17e Angnst ; lfi'ic.l7e .September ; 4.c
October; 3$if$ixsic jear
Oats Market wrilowj KifiMc cah;
ii;,&w:c August i 21c year
Racairr Flour, 5.000 barrels ; wheat. ,
buaheU; corn, 13.0U) bushels; oata, H,M0
bushels; rye, 1,N bnahels ; barley, !,()
SinnctxT Floor. 6,ono barrels; wheat,
29,(n bushels; corn, o,w bushels; oats,
3,0i) bushels ; rye, none ; barley, none
Whkat Market lower ; SI'Je August; fl'.'c
September ;Wie October ; M'iC.Xonmlfr
Coax Market easier ; ','e September ; J'e
Oats Market nomlpal
Louis Live Stock.
St low, August li
CATTtt Iceipt, 2,90 ; shipments, fun;
market artire and firm v exports, 5 tfctt 7S 1
good lo choice shipping. j WaA 4-1 ; common
.0 medium, 1 Kim3 ,i Colorado teer, tl.73
0L3s3: grass Texans. 1.23-( (A: choice In-
; Uiana steers, ( UXAI 75
OI , -...V na(..nYul . Inf.HA, tn Tllr S ' VkM.? 7i '
t a.iwrm TrM.ltita JWrt khlniru-nta noil :
f ts.4 : i
,lt. WV - ,.-..-. -, ..- ,
nod. ; &Mu.u : cnoiee 10 extra.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Oiicago, August 12, Itft.
FLOca Market dull
Wnr-AT Tne market was inlet until the pub
lication of the Tislble-nupply statement aboal
noon, showing an Increase of ,vn,vt bushels
nf wheat, which, being smaller than expected.
cauwd hari buying Prices rose 1 Use, but
openol weax ana
.4sse lower, rose leonlhe
lag of a deereaso of SO.owi bushels bnshet
la tht Tialb'.a supply, the fall Ut, doting SH
L.-r TiTute TMterdar Cash SoUtu.c. cloMBg at
So.fiSSoSei Angnst i'MtMJ.c, dosing at ,'!
September sS'iitViUc. dosing at ,e J fctobr
ti!i9e. dosing at 'e! Xormber iiS
KSc, closing at US.C ; year ',grje ; Slay 4S,f
OiTInfalr drmxn.i; market easier : rath
Sl'.ftSe. dosing at e s SertaibrSt,IISc,
dosing at S'e,; October It H aii'.c, dotls at
1 lc : year il?,&:ie , May &e.
1 IlacrtrT rioar, U.i barrels ;what, !.-
bushels ; com. It.- bahl : oata. li.ow
an DStaeis : nancy, j,
9.W0 bcahU ; corn, lig.WW bcahe'
Io bushels; rye,7.cw hasheU:
Uarket easier aad J.chi'r
Mmitat. esjrtrrs Anrast. rVevUmiT
SatTbr fail ic j Cker fell V.e
Varket 4all asd cadtaaged
Chicago Lire Stack.
Csicsco, Aogsst li, l4.
Tk rrsrs,JTSTisX report;
T&OC-Receipts, .: ahlpDiU, I.SOOJ
market atrongtr and otUe legbcr; zalxed
grade. aSJrs n tteary, M..'.SS; UgSt,
CAtna KeeelpK, l.SOBi aJrfptetata, J,S t
MTt -er. a.TliTjwi : good to taacr sMBjcr,
rainy aca. oa a auaoe wwn; -
Jg m i iot to fair, vni-tc;
ik m.M a m v 9dm fa ati af 1 Ci f ITUi
: T"' ;7 .m . ti,
iambs, a. it hA.
W have been among the people of this community u littlo
over three months, and our trade during that time has been of such
large proportions that we ask everybody the following :
ttt" I VT is it that Robiuon Bros.' are di
VV I I l eTOods trade in the city of
v J L ,JL thoy have the larg-ost stock.
tio.il umii. ivuuDuu
state. Seeinar is
-i t TT1 T T do thoy all fret, lott in tne.Beuinjr 01 ineir ou
VV I i Y unlaundried shirts? Simply because they
XX JL 75c and $1.00 for the shirt Robison's sell foi
do thoy all fret
i t i l
T&E BEST FOR THE MONEY ON THIS CONTTNENT.
Lead But Never Follow
Only One-Price Dry
the Public !
is it that RobiBon Bros.' are dointr the largest dry
and lowoBt priooa.
...i...D1,:.nnII. in al,nnr!n a huHnr f!Hh.
"""' " vrwr. "i "i, ' xy
more tnan tuoirs az oc.y not, a nrni in um
loft in theBellinjr of their 60-cent
! a. . n fit1 UnMHisrin 4tiAtr naif
do wo laugh ? 'Tie at the vain attempts of a fow
of our friends trying to catch up to us in tho dry
goods trade, when it's no uso.
WE ARE BOUND TO
do people flock to RobiBon'H? Becauw thoy al
ways get tho best goods for tho leaHt maney, anq
vhnt in more, thoy are the
Goods House in Wichita.,,!
RT3TERSTJDE PARK Wi
"TwUW laW SHaP
T HE PLACE FOR FUM!
jTK Boitlnir. Bathlaa aat all
jtUU. aorta or Aautiq Sporta
JES3al5Ui. cu tho River aad 1a
mqxG as tse track.
(Boat in til Stat4
UrQ.(So-lti'tind, SHlac, tTf4rtt. Gymna
i. Oult, ait vlhtr 4itu lu the KTre.
Terplfb'rTn eYperie nmr lite UncinC
rlaiiorm th bet Uier erer hok afiwloa
Vlrt-I rtfleihiiirDt ttA Come, eferj-.
IkxIj- and bre pMt llree. iC-tf
FIrat Dcor North of rolotTle.
"0il morolnic, lkaAn ynu walk oir at
spry a boy. for ail iimi r i.ii '
'Why. U bls J'fU. t ran't hlplt lean
eesnrll Willi my new si-eetvl Itapixars
tipntiiir IUlnm I noliiill Uel lwty
yrai4 cui)Kra aatt t bar Lai tlirm only
i-horttuiie Yoiik. IHId not buy whfh l'r
Yrwt ll't ritm l withlu 1 I tl..tagl.t t would
Jmt wailaiMl let mir ollir try I had ld
out ) iiu-rh money r rt-cUrUt, and my y
wereg'ltlni; tvirer arxt hirer all lh tlm.
that 1 hsdhiitdfpalriliir nr lliirny
ihini; thst ill ntuy the ilre-lrul l-nuf liiht
But heu I i am t- e and Ulk ills my p-!h-.or,
undwllh jeoile trom lhr i artor the
otMinlrywho h'd ml Hr Tn.l'4 unprnsxi
jwiinoof them for THOJ, I r.u'elwte'l I
woniil try it-oure itire. simi nm irnnik im run
r- llirT lire fur a!,ed of mr ieillon
li, le, it' a hard nnry on ej.nluhl AIL
IM weilrtn prsine couiury ! hum," "iu
nu the J ll.au tbe rn.Km tU , and um In
llii.it or it. It U a mnett mil X oea t.i try t
iu lh nMi.tl.irlier.tcllir In Kso.
ti would be tniry in fjrm with ihMtylef
larrolnir tmU anil, sir. Iilnu't bril(ali !?
ihst liieinsn that wont mt to lr V t at.4 be
UUrd with a pair 1 liUlmpmte.1 lroe nht
lo hire hi. eH MiKlrr ami ltii.rTrl pU-w
taken Iminlitm, and It-eniup-lleit l- l M
Itialanllh lb il'l hsd Ii1.imm1 pj" wllh
in HnMin.!uUMivm pi.,w
ltlijnlaliiit-nftnt tuiwlmpri !
pr.erl flud, lr order n a er ellii, b It
. (.i ma Hi. u r Hml.r U .aie uralu In this
IAlkii.tr milhlaf nilort of Or t.Mt'
lmiroI iclacl ill.n tbvllutn this
Uy and ag
First Ark VaL Bank!
Tb dldett innnry Inslltiltlotl In lb Arkansas
W. t U'OOHMAX.
u. .. W0OISI,N',
WIM. I.. VOOtMS, Ju
Anterk-an Kxthawgs at'l llawk, itirk
Mpl Nallvusl llauk, uf CU.eao, lllluol
lUnkof Kansas Clljr, H.na Utr, MUs.inrl
Ar no iipliig iiir
New (owmoJioHs Dauk IfHiMiiig
No. 33 Main Street
Do a General Mioi Business
In all tti mivlern rrtrcllnm
Loah jlonrj in Ay Awmil
On all aAtlafnetfry eIUIrnl- real, -ii-.al
ur rliittlitl Miimn'lali- U. l.,mwer
wllh tlio from '-o dy t Ct yr
CJ- I'elt tickets lir U .et ! mfl lines
(.r eteamers lo Hi xorld, lo or In.m all irll
)iat r.uron rts. rl vorlh tirtnan Mofd
or Canard line.
In Hie orranlMtfnn or lh Flrt ArVan
Valley llani of WlehlM, hn. mm ltrok
lirlll.ar dlrcl"l. taliolder fr brawl,..
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Contractors & Builders
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