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M M MUnDOCK, Editor
iVJCJliTA. TlinrDA V. J AX. -3. lbT4.
Senator Jacios M. Ilarvcy.
It w 111 be .-ecu In the procoedinj.' of
thujoint convention printed ol-ewhere
lnllot elected bv 7. votes to theUmted
It would be .s.iperili!oiif. to devote
try spucf i:i telling who .James M.
Harvev is. Hi name is :i household ! Sliintioiiiil niajoiitv, was duly elerlctl
word in the Mate and, in political Ian- U. S. c'iintor lor Mirce vcai, endinp
puajre, asynonyinc with honetty. Gov. March -Ilh, 1S77, to fill vacancy caused
Jlaneyis not a hrilliiiiit m.iii. but lie is , by the resignation ot Alv. Caldwell,
hi" in common s-piisc. While Col. 'Senator Price oflercd a resolution
I'liimb iniffht h-ive startled the senate j which was unanimously adopted, tcn
with bold proposition and clear cut- I dcrinjr a vote of thanks of the convcii
tinjr thou'hl, Jlnrvi'xV judgement on ', tion to M. M. Murdock fortheahlcand
the other hand will never tail him, ! impartial manner in which lie had pre
houpver dillicull tin- propo-itiou. sided over the four days of the joint
While Plumb v. otil.l have cehitill.ttud j convention when thcgavil fell and con
with originilily, Ilarwj will lemain ' vention tlistilvcd.
entrencheil In cool reason however
perplexing the Mlu.Kion. I'liimb is the
making ot gieat man, Ilarvcy is and
nhvay will be a good man and tine.
The editor of this paper has been in
timate! acquainted with the new sen
ator ever -ince the l.itter' advent into
political life. He was secretary of the
state cmivcntion in 18GS which nomin
ated Harvey for governor, at which he
worked and voted for the man, who,
on Monday, was go honored by the rep
resentatives of the people. While for
six successive days upon every ballot
our senator voted for Col. Plumb as
the most prominent man of the South
west, he will be in full accord with the
new senator and his friends.
HOW HARVEY WAS ELECTED.
Tho Last Day's Proceedings of the
At 12 o'clock on Monday the senate
came into the hall, accompanied by M.
M.Muidock. president pro tern, and
the secretaries. The journal was read
Mr. Hodge with hew the name of
Col. Phillips and 6aid he should cast
hi vote lor Gov. Harvey, believing
him to be the bet man named for sen
ator. Mr. K. 15. Tovlor witdiew the name
of J. K. Hudson.
Mr. Moonlight withdrew the name
of Mr. FenlouT
Mr. Kd wards aid that he regretted
that Mr. Phillips had withdrawn, for
lie thought him the hc-t man named:
a for hini-elf, he should vote now for
K. S. .it over.
Mr. Weaver al-o paid a high tribute
to Col. Phillips and h.til hoped that he
could have been elected, nut as lie coniit
not hi- vote would be thrown for Har
vev. Mr. IJrotison said the cla-s he repre
sented should have a candidate, and as
the list wa- narrow ing down he would
auggcsi a man who would represent
the farmers. The lawyers and other
elusf3 had been fully represented in
congre. and he thought it time the
tigiicult.irist should have hi business
legislated for. lie proceeded to lead
the manifesto issued by the Patrons of
Husbandry, mid nominated as hi can
didate John Davis.
Mr. Maltbv said the idea that the
fanner should be represented as an ex
clusive cits., wa wrong. The only
question is capital and labor, and the
interest of these i identical. No can
didate should be put up who was
claimed cxclvsUcly by cither of thec:
but as the delegation is now composed
ollavvyeis he thought it only fair to
elect, one of the people.
Mr. St. John said on behalf of Lieu
tenant Governor Mover, that it had
been charged that he had made a bid
for the purchase of the whole of the
Kaw lands: he said this wa- true, and
that he hail made the bid as the agent
of the settlers for their own use and
benefit. The-e sellleis had a meeting
and re'olvcd to make a bid, and thai
Mr. Stover had, :t their aircnt and bv
their con-rnt and request, made the
bid. lie made this statement so that
the facts might be belore the conven
tion. He also denied that Mr. Stover
was in an maimer connected with
any railroad or thaj he was in any way
inteicsted in railroad.
lie was interrupted bv Mr. Moon
light. v ho asked if lie did not know
that Gov. Stover was guardian lor the
orphan Kaw Indians.
.Mr. M. John sanl lie did know tliat
such was the case, but admitting it,
he did not see w hat liguie it cut in this
Mr. 1 Ynlon said he w.i demoralized
like the ret and he wa obliged to
withdraw the name of Mr. Pi ice. He
said the convention could do no better
than to investigate all the candidalcs;
histoiyi being made for the state;
some ofit piev ions historv had bet
ter be buiied in oblivion, and he
wanted no haste; but, with the digni
ty and gravitv becoming iepreenta
tivcsof the people, come up to the
v oik of electing a fenator with the
sole purpoe ol choosing the best man.
Mr. .1. W. Taj lor wa opposed to
this vv.-n of bringing vague charges
against gentlemen who had been
named, lie thought the talk about
Mr. Stover all uncalled for, as it wa
evident that in all he had done he had
cariied out the wisln of hi constitu
ents. He did not intend to vote for
Lieut. Gov. Mover, but he dopt crated
the mode taken to defeat him and
Mr. Mason had endeavored to act
impartially in this matter, and he be
lieved the man chosen should have
smh a character as would add dignitv
to the position: he believed that Wil
son Shannon w a the best man in the
state, but as he could not be elected,
he had named Authoiiv, but as he did
' not meet with favor, after considering
all the circumstance, and earing noth
ing for the aspersions east tirst on one
mid then another, hi man A be
Jainc M. Harvey.
Theioll was then called, icstilting
as follow :
For .1 .VI Ilarvcy-Messrs. Ithir, .Imld,
Momiti.'lit. I'ricc, .VIiniMt. Toppinji, IUIkt,
Hall. ISoeslc. Itird, Hlrkrtt, HUcll. Hroun.Hur
tlii k. Hntlcr, t.'. s. Ciiumiinps, J. K. Ciiaituinj.
1)i. rtitistuii, (iiibort. Mail. Hancock. Hard.
l!arrion. ltod,'C, A. II. Morton, J.C. Morton.
Ira i .lolitison. .vlaltbv. Mason. McCialliftn.
Midill. Morse, M. C. Slovvrv. 1'ilMnton. Itrcd.
It. I". Uojicrs. s-helii. Springer, fctemrt. MicL
licv . Moncr. Mout.,1. II. Tav lor, It P. Thomp
son, I'mlcruood. Vance, Weaver, White. Wtl
Tor 1'. It. Plumb- Mcsrs. Hntlcr, Martin
dale, McWIiirt.Murdock, Palmer, Hooth.Omip
Ix'll, Pctilon. Kutv. I"ritt. t.rovcr, llackncv,
Ilatirxhan. Hill. V l Htllclihuon, V. K.
Hutchinson. .1. v". .loliiison. .tones. Latta. W.
Martin. Mc.Mill.n. A. J. Mowrv. iVrril. Pes.
tana, Pickncy, Uichardson, S. ft. ISodcr.", ,1.
Vi'. Tav lor," K. P. Thoinp-oti, Townscnd.
Por II. . Mover Hramlley, Itarkcr, Cricli
ton, Kdwards, tinmcs, (iucrin, Mathcnrv.Mt
Farland, MoriJI, O'Mel. Hoscrs. M. John. .)
C VViNon. Winter. Kvrr-on, Honor. HutTtkCi.
Mapos. .1 Morrison, l'aikcr. KoWcy. seller-,
fetowcll. We! hliatis.
Por W I. imons Sniiison, Allen. Hcani.
Hojil. Conklin. Ouc, lMson, I .loliiison
I.avrenre. I.oiili. McOilirc. Mitchell. Reason
cr, ltoliinson Hoc. K II 'lav tor. Watts, Wil
Pol John Davis Hrvnvin. 1
I'or.t l oiiodih Plv. Johnson. 2
Por I M alcntinc Minons. 1.
For X Trice Anthony, 1.
Por A Ml' Kandolph Potter, II T'jlor.
Absent Martin. V 1 Wllsou. York, Drcn
ninp. Van Zandt, 3.
Mr. .lone changed hi vote fro it.
Plumb to Harvey.
Mr. l'aikcr changed his vote from
Stover to Harvey.
3Ir. St. John, at the request of Mr
Stover, vvithdiew him as a candidati
and requested that those who niip
fiortcd him should vote for cx-Gov
TIieYollowing named gentlemen then
1 changed their votes from StoTcr t
Ilarvcy: Messrs. McWhirt. I'almer
Fritt,"Grover. Hanrahan, C. C. Hutch
inou, W. E. Hutchinson. Latta.
Mr. Sellers changed his voto from
Stover to Plumb, and from Plumb ti
Mr. "Honor changed his vote from
Stover to Harrev and from Harvev t
Mr. lJronsou changed his vctc from j
Pavis to Charles Kobinson. I
Mr. M:iIiiil cliaiijroil his vote from
s votu f: citn ."Sitii-
i!iu to (Jliaile- Kobiii'oji.
Mr. Ft'iilou eh uijzcil !i!p vote from
I'liimli to li ice. '
Mr. KtMMMipr chanjreil hi- vote from
V. I.. .Simmon lo Ilarvcy.
Mr. (i ISodcii hiinj'i'tl hi vote
, from l'lninh to Tci'lon.
i -vir. u. itivmr ciiiuicii ins vote irntn
"'"; "0.l " ' "' '"'"" . , ,.
j ,U1.I. tl. lilMUl C
hanged his vote I
n.oll inii, Jo pinion
!liUIII 1 IIHIIU IU 1 LlliUII. i
, Mr. Tucker, hanged his voto from,
Plumb l V. Ik. Anthony.
The president ol the convention then
j announced that James M. Ilarvcy, of
j Itiley county, having lurcircd a con -
"Money Makes tho Mare Go."
LiUToii Eac;i::: We have thought
this old maxim not iuapiilicable to pub
lic finance at this time. In 18G0 came
war, suspension, rottou currency, gen
eral bankruptcy, and the mate stop
ped. Uncle Sam then gave us good
legal tender money and she went right
along. In 18G." c.imo peace. lTncle
thought we could get along with lee
currency, and she balked again. Uncle
gave us more currency and she went
right along; increased it through the
national banks to the capacity of pub
lic needs, and prosperity was every
where. In 1873, Cook & Co. failed,
and in effect, all the national bank
wont with them. Uy their organism
and woiking the currency of the
country was locked in their vaults,
auJ the mare stopped chock still,
bankruptcy and ruin spread over all
the laud, and here we have her, as pru
dent legislature alone can extricate.
Do these fact show evil result- from
an over issue of currency, or indite its
efficiency. We say no. Hut they do
condemn the mode ot its issue and
distribution. Suppose all our curren
cy had been directly issued by the
government, lo whom it belongs with
no reserve to hold, nor charters to pro
tect, the failure of Cook & Co. would
have cllcctcd those only whom it im
mediately concerned, the currency be
ing in the hand of the people. This
needless panic could not have come,
the country never was so stroug, nor
the people so well able to pay their
debts as at the time of thi general na
tional bank suspension which burt
upon lis as a thunderbolt from a clear
sky. How plainly have national banks
shown their danger and inadequacy
to the peoples' want.
It docs seem to Us the government
should be the banker and coutioll the
issue. Let them who will, bank upon
their own capital character and le
aponsibility being individually re-pou-siblc
lor deposits placed in their confi
dence, there being no incentive lo gob
ble currency panic could not ensue.
Kcformatian ever has, and ever must
come from the people, for eight v ears
have their representatives tinkered and
tampered with the finances of the
country. Innocently or wilfully, but
ever to t'ie interest of gambling, slock
jobbing or money monopolies until the
final culmination on the ides of Septem
ber. Every intci est is now prostrated
for the want ofeurreney with ."?700,W,
00". in isssi", ofthebe-t in the world.
Yet no practical plan ha- been present
ed by our national legislature looking
lo its return to circulation no -ound
financial puliry for fut lire proteelioiijo
our industries of credit, or final ex
tinguishment of our national debt, all
is wild, uiimcthodied confusion, chi
meras for the hour. Golden orner
blocks for (he cormorant of Wall
street lo plunder. The people look
with confiding heaits to Washington
for rcdie, does the experience of the
past, or the propositions of the preen t,
promise it. We see no pure gleam of
light from there. God helps those
who help themselves, if they will not
they must perish. The people must i
appieciate a policy, public opinion
... . . I
mint sanction it, and their servant rep
resentatives must adopt it. It is their
debtinevokable to pay. Wcte it not
better to meet the issue square and
now. Then give u the national cir-
cul.it ion, the legal tender and the !:,- '
1)00,000 reserve and more if the health
ful requirements of the country de
mand. Let vv ise and judicious legisla
tion put it in circulation speedily, de
termine a future annual payment of
say t."(0,000,000gold of our national debt
in quarterly payments with four per
cent, interest adjust ten years series
of these bonds in defined quarterly ma
turities in bonds of iMO to fsijOOO each
with coupons, making fs'iOO.OOO.OOO of
these bond, in substitution for the
next maturing to that amount, 12,
.100,000 of which will mat tue on regu
lar defined days of each quarter of the
year keep that quantity always on the
maikct by annually issuing in like
manner $.10,000,000 as the maturing are
redeemed. The government should
pay no more nor no le-s, neither bear
nor bull the market with the people's
money. Hut as faithful servant do
just vv hat is published to all the woi Id
they are instructed to do. Establish
offices of redemption in two of the
leading commercial cities of Europe, j
One at least in every state of the Un
ion, and Canada. Thus we have vir
tually commenced specie payments,
easily, practically, and honestly, with
out the possibility of financial agita
tion. Thce bonds become in ell'cct so
much circulating gold in the hand of
(not bond holder ami gold sellers) the
people, a circulating medium for the
farmer, the tinker or the merchant, for
the Use and purposes of the commerce
of the world. Will pay foreign debts
upon foreign shore give to the curren
cy a well defined elasticity and tension,
ailing into use as may be required ap
proaching series of matttratics and le
tiring of their volation when less cur
rency is required, and regulating the
;old market ever by their approaching
maturities by this process jo on to the
inal liquidation of our national debt ot
.vhich our currency will be the la-t
md indespcnsable vestage and may ere I
i hen for the necessities of our people
uve attained twice its present volume,
mil from the adoption of this system
vill eaily have depreciated gold to this
alue greenbacks being our standard.
1 It 1.2 n it rtVilr 1 11 list Jsvn mi. I tnnnl i tnt
in tliewiMlom of .eirsUlatiou. wUci
at icj.iiaiion, - wise j
stimulate exports bv ,
i! of tritisnortition i
1 .' lraupou,n'i
jolicy tint will
cc.in. A well ajtistcd taritfthat will
stimulate the development, the ruin-;
ral treasures ef our mountains the
i.i ircastiits ei our mouniam , ,1 11.
vcg-table staples of our valleys and the
mimal productions of our liioors, !
scour our rustv spades and pivc son"
our lumbering spindle, make gll
the heart of our starving barefooted 1
Mr. MaliH'iicj ch:i.i"tM
... "m....i-- i.. i.:..t.
; iiiiucr t'lom iron mountain, who bcr a
pass by rail fur him-elf ami etiirriu;;
children, by which torideovcr Hritieh
iron to St. Louis ill Search Of labor and
bread. Had that iron paid a proper
Ulliy lie WOlllil 1101 SCCK employment
-,. , i - ,- t
imp lumm.r not- uvintil ..m- I i.iiri
I be bulliii" jjoid on Wall Mreet m its,
' purcnase io pay interest on uonus.
' Our people hare been eijual to all
the emergencies of war. Will they now '
master the vicisitudcs of peace, as
eternal vigilance ife the price of liberty,
j so U vigilance intelligence and icllec-
i tion the only safe guanl to prospcritj
1 and happiness. Wm. C. AVooumax.
What tho Grangers Havo Done.
The last Jlurul Worhlha-, the follow
ing correct summary of what the grang
ers have done:
"The influence, of the granger's move
ment has been felt all over the land. It
has penetrated into the innermost re
cesses of every monetary institution
in the country. It ha- brought ficti
cious, inflated values down to real val
ue. It has put a stop to the opera
tions of stock-gamblers and swindlers.
It has brought many from the high
stilts on which they have been taking
colosal stride, to the solid earth,
vv here they walk very much as other
common mortals. It has stopped the!
spirit of speculation. It has given
ctedit its death blow. It ha made
more wary and caution every busi
ness man. It has poured hotshot into
the ranks of corrupt rings until their
numbers aie thinned and they nre
harm les for evil. It has put a top
to extravagance and recklessness in the
expenditure of money foi piivate and
public purposes. It has killed oil' the
whole rare of salary grabbcis. It has
made the woid "back-pay' ignomin
ious. It has been more clfective in
slav ing politician than Sampson was
in slaving the Philistines. It has tilled
the very air with the spirit of reform.
'I he j ear 187J will be a memorable one.
It wa inaugurated by the farmers.
IJut the work which they set out to do
has only begun. There is an Augean
stable to cleanse. The purity that ex
isted in the early days of the republic
must be rc-lored. livery fanner must
gird up his lions and prepare to bear
his part in the contest against the cor
ruption of the limes'"
Por Hip Hagi.e.
From Clear Water.
Eiirroit Eaui.i:: Xot withstanding
the driving storm on Saturday, the
members of Xinncscah grunge met at
the Specious school house near Clear
water, to have a public installation of
officers, a feast, and a good time gen
erally, about 12 o'clock teams began to
arrive from all directions, bringing old
and young, who, after being divested
of their winter wrapings, weic soon
"thawed out" and l educed to a state
of comfort by the roaring stove.
15ro. Hauehiiau, of Yocmite grange,
instilled the officer-, after which the
cloth was spread and the sequel show
ed that the ladies, though being on the
frontier , had not forgotten how to get
up something nice, nor the company
how to appreciate it. After the table
wa cleired away, short addresses
were made by Win. lloss and C. Sum
mers, and a song compo-ed, for the oc
casion, by .i member of the grange,
was sung by four y oung girls. Along
with other enjoyments the time passed
oil" pleasant, licsolvcd to meet some
The ladies selected u lunch for ye
poor attenuated lypocs of ye Kagi.i:
ollice. which they sent with their com
The lunch was duly icceived and
d.-vourcd with a great itlih. by c
priutot s and a v ote of thanks was pass
ed by them, thanking the ladies for
their kindness and ordered the anie
to be published in the K.un.i:. Kn.
A number of the citiens of Reno
county held a meeting at Hutchiiiou
last week, seveiely censuring and con
demning Iho course the lailroad has
taken on the tax question. Two of
their resolution reads tliusly :
1. Jtetolccd, That we call upon the
iscr au.iiouue oi tue co in y 10
IHIUIfl Itll IMUIIl,! all,it-lllv-t-4lllfcll.fl1J.fU
no legal remedy untried for the collec
tion of the railroad taxes or so much
thereof as may be legal and just, and
that we will support them, in o doing,
to the full etent of our power.
'2. Ilctolved, That the railioad com
pany, if they hav e any certain kuowl
edge of the fraud charged against our
county official, that thev biing it to
Sol. Miller, editor of the Iv-uisas
Chief, has commenced publishing the
names of his delinquent subscribers.
He give each one, a scrap of their hi
toty and tells how much each one owes
him. lie calls it the black list.
The legislatuie adjourned from yes
terday until Tuesday.
Ex-Senator Poineroy appeared in
court at Topeka on last Friday, and
entered a rcogniaucc on hi bail bond,
giving bail in the ainc amount as pre
viously, and his case has been contin
ued until next .June, by consent of the
councl on both side. He aid that
he wa leady for trial, but for the con
venieiite of other partie it was post
The granger of Tonganoxic, in Leav
enworth county, held a meeting and
pased lesolutioiis requeuing the mem
ber elect from that di-trict. Dr. Law
rence to reign. He dodged the rail
road pa resolution with a number ot
It is our opinion, which we formed
after lookinir over the la-t number of
the Walnut Valley Times, that it edi
tor had better get home or suspend
publication until he doe return.
It i painfully apparent to those who
have perused the Wichita K.vot.n of
late, that its editor is ab-cnt. We beg
pardon for 'tiekitig our nose into
other people's business' but we can
not allow the opportunity for exhibit
ing our vrecasittt. to go uniinpioved.
Next. ti'alnut Valley Times.
The latter i simply a reha-h of the
former, and not feeling dipoed to
take undue advantage of the editor ad
in terim of the Times we will allow
him to try it again. Next.
The Kansas Citv Times ha. a it
correspondent at Topeka, the worst i
lshiuaelitc iu the business, a man who ,
ha published innumerable falsehoods,
been i;ui!tv of misrepresentations, vile-
ly traduced our public men andpivinp- j
wonderful evidence of concentrated ,
Bohemian iiieaunesf. Rut his satanic
liti) 1.12? rtvttioll niixit iisiii Mar .inpun !
I1T7 tttttlsTtll i-lMtt i,lIV- UTv.ll CAVii-
;, . i 1 .1 ut- (
. flirt mil L" rtltfl wr iltil t In a I- - I
it at .
cent letter. Mimiiihir ui the no.it.rp J
cent icucr. miiiiiiiiii; up uie po.iuvc
rcnptli ot the several senatorial aipi-
"" '"di he a.eertcd the vote would
show to hen correct statement, he for-
"ot to add uu to see how minv votes !
if would take to give to each inati the
-trensrth "-' J credited to him. The :
n?f-'rejfate vote of our Je?ilature, ac-l
cord:n , to i,u cst;mate of tlie strength
uf ,i10 various candidates, is nearly
four hundred. Thi, added to h3otli-
Pr re'1'''"'0"- a"l reckless ttcinent. !
around Topeka Garnett Plaindealer. I
j Tb co-partnership heretofore rxitlns; under
the firm name of Thompson, ll-ley X Co. i this
divrtisaolved bv mutual consent lioalev AMarch
Usaolved by mutual
. vrvii continue m leeim
I will continue lh reding buiduess ot the ISonner
(,UbIe audC U. Thompson the liver? business
- Parties knowing theniselies indebted to the lid
, finu will please call and se.tle uuat once
t; o tiioMsOX,
C. U. lt.VKCH.
! of Hardware, situated in the store lately oei-upiM
Kor particular inquire of me at R.v oKIce, Xo.
41 Main street
D. A. JinCIIKLL, Auignee.
Wichita. January CUi, 1;7I. 4u-tf
fur e.i fur
on one to Are rears'
O -R IE ID I 1? !
at a low rate of interest.
Time, Price, Quantity, Location,
at opt tou of
They embrace the mot EAItl.Y and CHOICE
SEDGWICK, SDMNER, COWLEY and BUTLER
FARMS, SECTIONS and ACRES,
RIVERS, STREAMS and POOLS,
SOFT and HARD WOOD,
and rich deposits of
CATTLE and GRAZING RANCHES,
in tracts to suit
MOST CHOICE LANDS
A R K A N S A S V A L L E Y.
These 'titles hive been acquired thiough the
mitnril otiuorlgiifres whichlhc flnjiicHt com ul
fdon has rendered the nvrtgigcs unsble to pay,
and arc sold regardless of tin ir value to rc-imburse
the moneys advanced upn thin), and will be solu
as and in accordance nlL'i the fuctn herein set
f.rth, by ai'pllcntioti to
WM. C. WOODMAN & SON,
riKST AKKANSAS valley hank,
S3" Parties living at n distance can conf.r by
leiurs uescriiuug nie cuaiat ler oi lauus incyui
siic, when particulars will be furnished them.
MONEY TO LOAN
IaVni'E,0"VS3D Js-OBIVCS I
S E D GWJCK C O U X T Y
for a term of ear. Apply to
K. W. DL'NTON.
Wichita bavin's Hank. Wichita.
TRICKEY BROS. & CO.
Dealers in fresh
tf-Ooruer of Mala fct. aud Douglas At.-3
WILL ATTEND TO ALL OKDEKri BOTH
DAY AND MOIIT.
Orders left at the postoSee sod Occidental Hotel
Hack stand Corner Douglas Avenue and Mala
street. 41 2-7 WILLIAM LA BAR
13LVIX STI'.EET, VTICUITA. KA,
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A0 a.Vad. "" hm
or bufh,,' Also impieinTcuef all kuT '
CHOICE VAKIETIE. Or' aKKD vtiikat.
wm ! fnmiaa
TLNSaCkbK.rt and VsA:
EY BlHEs. stkaw-
J s. i'fiato? w tW .
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1-1t A.J. COOK.
Wichita Wholesale and Retail Prices
(The first column is the pric br th package,
the List column the retail price, erica ol all ar
ticle! liable to charge every day.)
T's h'n, c'n to choice, ? lb OH&l SJ 1 tt 6-1
Imperial " . Siil 10 1 101 40
Elict .uxai uw l '! aj
.Ws.il 00 t 0ol SS
HI-. ? In
. st?3G y.a4i
. WjS )
Jura .. ...
(.round Coffee . .
Ken Orleans, ? tb
Srvr Yurk C. . . . ..
White CulTee A
Powdered and Crushed
Corn ileal, per cwt
Goli'en Syrup, fi gal
evv Orleans Molasses
.. .. 11J," 14
. ... H; iSS
..3 COg I to
..i PrsU S3
1 OUal 5
..1 00 I SJ
.. GO SJ
.. 75 M
.. 43 CO
.. t- r.
Manilla, i tb.
Natural Leaf, lb.
.. 752 S3
. 40-91 70
.. ! 30
Dark fcweet .
Star, p 2b .
Mack t'epper, t tb 35 5J
I'imento . . . io 40
Nutmeg No. 1 . . 1 40 1 so
(linger, pure ground 30 50
.Vtu-t-vrd . . 35 50
Ca-sia SO i
Clof . 40 0
Teaches, 2 duz. in case, ca'e ... 3 50 3J
!5trries, itc ... 5 60 30
I'ortlaud sugar Corn, vMbons, V cate b i", 35
COUNTIJY 1'KODLCE, MEATS, FOWL, AND
Turnips ... . 40 t.0
lUeU 40 CO
Cabbage, f head .... 5 15
New l'otatoes, bushel 75 125
Ppiing Chickens, V dozen 2 Oivaj 75
Ilutter. V tb, choice S3 33
Lgg, V iloien 10 1JJ,
Unions, bushel 1 2 50
Navy Iteans -V 50 4 00
liuQalo dried ... . 10 i
Lard. . , 10 12,'i
Turkevj, dresned 12S 15
Ducks 12 ,
lilark anil speckled bass, "e lb 25
VV hie fUli and Chicago trout Kl,
Cat 10 12
HIDES, I'KLTS, ETC. s
Green Hides 45
calthldes .... 5? i
Drv flint hides . . . 12'ali
Dry salt $ V
Deer fkins, tall and winter, each 1S 20
Shi ep pelts, green and tity slaughter . S-1 S3
.sheip i ll, drv iOfftl 50
Tallow ." !'
Uceawai. . 25
CATT LE WHOLESALE.
Iteef cattle gross. . .. 2 5S4 0)
fork, inr . J 504 Oil
hhee 2 0JM100
Veal call, each 5 007 1)0
Wheat, Fall 1 00
Com. ptr bushel. 31 41
Oats . 15 )
liar, per ton 1 50g5 oo
Palm, )b 7,' 10
.Shuner's Extra Family tf 12,
Castile, gmuine Is 3.1
do American It! 23
Dry tod, y lb a 12
No. 1 Makeiel, large 10 5) IV
No. 2 do do. T hr bbl ... 5 75 10
No. 3 do. do "ft kit 2 10 2 50
Family do. do. 1 10
I'ickk'd salmon -5
do. Herring, V bid 8 50
do do V hi. Lbl . 4 50
Smoked do box . 50
White ii,h, 'ri hf bbl .. .. H 00 12.
Oysters, 2 dozen in ci-e, cae 5 50 3o
Sardine, qr box, 1 bo . . 21 s0
Itaifin", Midless, V lb 3 73 23
do layers .. 3 23 25
Currants, V lb, new. . . 10 13';
Prunes. 17 25
Chernee 33 40
Huspcrries 41 M
lilackbernes . . 19 25
Apples . 13',' 15
Peaches . 14 ICS
Almonds, Tarragon, soft sheil, Tb ... 23 33
Iirazil 13 30
Filberts. 5 30
English Walnuts 23 an
Pecans .. 25 31
Citrous . IV 5)
Figs 20 SO
. CASrOK ItEANS.
Common, fs bushel 1 IV
English 1 40
Lumber, 1st clear d M V? m fill 00
2d " ' 5V on
3d " " ... 5000
flooring, dit -Sid match, 1st, 2d
andtMrloM .. .. 52 53, 47 53, 12 50
siding, dies-id, 1st and 2d class 32 50, 27 50
Mocks, ilnssfil. A, 1J and C 65 00, 55 M, 42 50
Kourlibarn 35 00
sheeting 35 00
Fencing 35 00
DimnIon, llSfttt and under 33 on
ldnnd 21 fict 17 50
Shingles, A, and No. I, cash
per in &45 oo
Lath, Chicago and nvir, ? in 7 00
Ilrooms, common to extra, f dozen. 2 50&V 30
salt, "ribbl IW
f bushel 1 00
Ohio Kiver bait . . 3 701 20
Itice, "fib 1H12',-
lndigo, common ro I 20
do good 1 45 2 00
Suda, bi curb , Ileltnds. . .. . . II 12'f
do Dtlands, in papers llfil-",
Sal soda . . C' lo
Cream Tartar, prime 35 W)
do. pur 50 70
Ohio time in bulk
Kunkskte lime, in bulk, pr bushel.
New York stucco
White sand 150 JC"
Pltertr s hair (V hush sicki) per sack 2 00
tircrliy.? brl 3 50 5 00
Kankakee slon-, t loot 70 1 00
Marble Dust. t brl 3 (J
Hell's ii'itint sheet iron rooting, fs'l 8 5o
Ilnck, common, ) m .
Florence stone (rubble) V cord,. ..
.0 10 7 50
tire brick, 't m
Philadelphia preeMd brick
Ohio pressed brick
St Louis pris'ed brick,
Oak grained, lb 7
Walnut grained 7
It lie striped, blue lint ground 7
Uun striiK-d, bun tint grounil 7
Plain blue tint . . 7
Plain buff tint .. 7
Ceiling, light blue 7
Aluminous, tire and damp proof 5
Plain board 3
Tarred boaid 4 6
Tarred wool (heating 4 3
1 arred rooting paper . . ..4 s
1 ar el lining . .
Pui-T oil cloth and carpeting
Double tMiinted paper tacks
Wood moulding, flOfeet . .
l!OOT.s. AND SHOES
Oncago made men's French calf pegged
Men's dsrn'ic cslfiegged hoots
Kreneh kip boots
Veal kip boots
Heavy or stoza kip
rains stogi kip .. .
Itor's fine kip .
Vouth's stoga kip
Women's buff h-ilmoral
Women's goat balmorsls
Women's cslf balmoralt . .
Mlses calf balmorsls
Mi.'es' buff hslmorals
( hildren's buff and clf balai'Is
Kip plow shoes
Kip ual morals
Men's heair eicrs and sandals ..
, i.suies orers ana sanaais, ncarr . .
I MlMes' overs and sandals, heasr
VIen's oTers and andals, self-acting
, Ladles' overs and sandals, self-acting
W LVK5 AND LIQUORS
Alcohol gallon . . . .
Cologne spirits . .
Pnre spirits, proof
Old rye whiskies
Old Uonrbcu whiskle
Linseed, raw. f gtoa
. 2 50 3
3 50 J U)
2 W 3 Or,
..5 n s 00
. j 00 5 on
2 " ')
1 Lloxed. hjtle.1
I sperm, vv n
j Carbon oil, standard, 110 (Ire test. . ..
1 mm aaite, 120 Cre test.
! water hlte
D(lomed neMln .. ..
l.ard oil, extra winter . ...
WrstV irginia lubricating .. .
Neatrfuot oil, strictly pnre . .
1 Pnnrf lite gee, V It
No 2. shrtitlr mixed
So 3 .
' Inferior .
I'owder. f keg ...... .
.. .1 VI 1 25,
...HK iff; 1
... 10) IM
. f; sn
. 70 73
C M rate.
DKY CrOODs WnOLEs.VLE
snrtTs;c ' Dt.tits
Indian Head 16S Arcoskraf 11
Appletoa, A 16S Otis. II B . . S
Lawrete. LL 12S WltJow Bank I
International 14 ' Hsjraaker . IXU
Pepperell. U 15 ( BLiscurn corrov
l'epperell.N U s , New York Mills. 22
Tit u v... . in'a:u a
Aamt. A C A 30 j I-onsdilc .. .K
Amokeag. B 22 j ravorit U
mookeag. D li I Ked Bosk . V
Manehs-sier. A (. A 12 Caoue . sS
t'mon .15 ! rarXTS.
Cotton Tam S&S7 Coeheeo .11
llttsieU iSlSragse's .. .J1S
sratrta Freeman lfis
Araoskeag IXiii VYaasorcM
L'acasvlllc 14 l clsostam
Ame-rteaa . j3 i Ij"ter
MoriEg Bniliiags, Cratntter. Ba2i2?. Riifrg
AH work doee in the bt nuaur a4 saiufac
tien gurubsrd Leave oniers a: the oS.tr c4
strrit X sattls. ril-lyj C. J. KJiKriOJf.
The town of El 1'aso is located on the east bank
of the great Arkansas Hirer, in the southeastern
part of Sedgwick county, Kansas. It has many
advantages, among which are its beautiful and
healthy location, situated on a high, gently slop
ing prairie, surrounded by one of the largest bod
ies of the most fertile land in the state; which is
all taken up by actual settlers, who arc energetic,
industrious and practical fanner. They are at
work lit earnest, opening up their farms and mak
ing themselres good, comfortable and permanent
There i a rock bottom in the river, extending
about three quarters of a mile up and down the
stream. On the east bonk the rocks are about flf
teca feet above low water mark, and on the wst
bank about twelve feet below the surface of the
A good substantial bridge, two hundred and
event-tlve feet long, spans the Arkansas Kiver
at this place, thereby giving the farmers on the
west side ot the river access to the town at any
stage ot water and at all seasons of the year The
bridge rests os stone abutments on either bank,
and on two iron pier, which stand llrmly on the
bed rock in the river It is naturally the best
place on the rh it in this state fur a railroad bridge
across the great Arkansas Hivcr.
Two railroads have already been surveyed to
mis place; one iromtnenorinetsi.viai.ureKaanu
Angusta, crossing the river at this rock bottom,
the other from the city of Wichita to Arkansas
City, which proved to be almost an air line, and a
very favorable route. No doubt, both roads will
soon be completed.
There is not the least doubt that hire is the bes
water privilege in the state of Kansas. The great
Arkansas Kiver, its source In the Rocky Moun
tains, is supplied with wattr iu summer by the
melting snows in the mountains, by rain and its
many tributaries in winter The water is always
highest from spring until fall, yet it has never
been known to overflow its banks at this pl"'
There is an abundance of water during the ' hole
j ear to run all the machinery that can be p'.aced
on the bank for several miles below.
FEASIBILITY OF A DAM
The feasibility ofa dam across the river is not
questioned, a solid rock Iiottom all the way ncross
to build upon, the width only two hundred and
seventy-flve feet from shore to shore, a high bank
of clay and rock on the east side, and on the west
side a bed of tough clay covered with sand, ex
tending for some ways up the river above the rock
bottom. This water privilege must and will ihort
ly be improved. LI Paso will be a manufacturing
town. The experiments last esason in raisirg
cotton demonstrated that this soil ami climate -le
adopted to cotton growing; then why not manu
facture It here where the corner stone and found
ation have been naturally laid.
The toiui is new, the buildings are substantial,
erected for permanent business houses and 'lomes
It contains one dry goods store, a drug store, two
grocery stores, one Hotel, a wigon maker Rod
blacksmith shop, one shoe store, a meat maikrt,
two feed stables, a good school house, and a num
ber of dwellings
Ihere is a good school from set cnlo nine mouths
each j ear. A Ssbbsth-school has liecn orunized
and is now in a flourishing condition.
Two church organizations have been effected,
vli- the Methodist ami United Presbyterian, each
having regular services.
JUNCTION OF STAGE'S.
By rect nt arrangements the Town Compri.y has
sacenled in obtaining at this place a Junction of
the stages of the Southwestern Stage Company A
dsily stage runs from here to Wichita, a tri-weekly
from here 10 tort bill, a tri-weekly to Welling
ton, a daily, via WinSeld, to Alkanst City.
The timber iu this v icinity consists of cotton
wood, oak, ash, hickorv, walnut, mulberry an''
elm. Cord wood Is delivered in town at four dv.
lars per cord.
There is here a good opening for business men
of all kinds, mechanics of all trades ; honest, in
dustrious, temperate and energetic men are re
The policy of the town company heretofore ha
bteu to donate lots to those who built houses on
them Now, for the first time, they advertise lots
Persons seeking homes or wishing to eugigc In
business of any kind, or desiring tojocate iu a
lualtliy, pleaar.t ami proerous new rlare,
among a good clas of society, would do well to
pay this pls.ee a v Isit before settling el-ewhere.
For further particulars address
40-Iy J HOLT M1NNICH.
St. Louis Hardware Store.
hotjc-k: &c Bivio.,
W holessle and Itetail Deilers In
TL JL IR ID W A. -R B ,
' - j-
JOHN DKKB, MOI.IXI. AND ROCKrOKD
WHICH VE SELL AT FACTORY PBICs-", '
NO. 34 .MAIN STREET,
THE CENTRAL HOTEL BLOCK COLUMN.
FOTTIR, L:E.A.Di:sLra- FIRMS !
ALL LINES OF GOODS!
THE BEST PLACE FOR BARGAINS
CITY O'lF -WICHITA!!
STOVES AND HAKDWAKE
The four leading linns above having taken possession of the entire magni
ficent New Hotel Block, on the corner of Main and Second streets, all renre-
i senting different line of staples, are
, nconlc of Southwestern Kansas to trade at the above noint.
S5T See Theiii Individual Adveutisements Relovv.
S. E. HOWITT '& SONS.
S. E. HOWITT & S03STS
Have just opened a large and well sett .elected
CLOTHING,. BOOTS AND SHOES,
CAPS, AND NOTIONS,
Which Ihey will itll at Prices thtt defy competition.
Call and Examine Our Goods and
1st door north of VV. A Thdinti
AV. A. THOMAS & CO.
w. a.. THionivd:A.s c5c ao
,J. O. DAVIDSON.
WJtt. WAB. "WssA-R.
GP,EAT SLAUGHTER IN DRY GOODS
J". 0-A..K: 3Dk."VIIDSOISr.
AT COST! AT COST! AT COST!
I offer my Isrg aad complsts stock of Dry CoJs
Pnn'J, Muilins, Cislmeres, Juia, raaneli, WxUrpraot, BLickeU. Hhiwli. Ac.
Must completf fctocV: of DItESS GOOWS In the cit.v
SOOTS JiJXTT) SHOES TXT jEZETIDIaESS 'r-AJElIE'X"jr
For my prle.s pla call at my ston aa4 I will gl yt lower prices thaa jaa hss vrba4
f. I mtan bssi&tss The Goods nvt V sold, as I d sod mast kai BMy.
; Wichita. Ksa.u, D'craUr 2im1, 17I
, i J -J J
ritAKEK 4V rtlTO.t ar tw r'!!! a
j HARD WAKE, IRON", SA11J9
A fell Us of
:cooz: ATcm jsoeiajhtistq- stotes i
vr bav, Sa tie rear of cor star aTLV ".HOI saaoftcrs assr w Uaar, i'lr la ,
ciploy aa rprfec4 tisar, i a jTas!e If-ofUs AM kla-Js f Jtrb ! 4 wkh ra(
W bay per f & 4.rt from tM assifactafera, ttrkry m. tt JUr' tJr:..i,, UeA
sahies aa to sell at kUai tfw.
W sis carrj a fait 3& vf
AGHIC ULT URAL IMPLEMN'IS
iireet &n fwrM, Sasght al ir"". a4 e tn a ! igart 4 Fantwr sVat.
c&ttY, V2 wcBasyli w V t O. kjf jU. sf U rasH fvji taottrl! Wuil Ufs'
caaisg ,lirs. W k' a!sv a.a4 arrat.geaaais ivr Qt
Wa tav a idJiTf a tf V wagecs t M V sVJ U m3 tVxa al very rnas.i tgrres
CaS assl ezajaja vti iMk 1 yfx
i'KAKKK A I'EYTOX.
J. O. HAVIDSON.
W. A. THOMAS Jfc CO.
STANFORD t HOWITT.
tlctermed to make it ati object for the
Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
S. 23. HOWITT & SOITS,
4 Co ' llrocery. New Hole! Block, Wichita, Kansas
-f ;-? if
-j.- v ,
for the ittntr dsys at cost, luclutlaf (a jait
5o tCCwTatsTLIKTU. KUsCK
iargtsl tUnk f
PUM PS, ROI'K, FEXCE W'IP.r.
mrjjczzs. u ysjT'roar.
CountyTreasurer's Sale of SchooIIands.
Notice Is hereby girvn that the undersigned,
treasurer of s-edg'wiek county, state of Kansas,
wlU,i'he2sthrtay ofKehraAr)". A D l7. be
tween theboarsofao'cloeka.m and lo'etvckp.
air; sell at public sale, at mj oSce. within ine
CUT of Wichita, seU let csHinty, Ksnaas, to the
highest bidder, the following described school
lan.l. in legit suNllTinons. uui:cd In the coiinty
of tesbjwick, ami state of Kaasas, to-wi:
Section 1, Township 1", Ilsnge 1 west
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ne ofne'i tit t-
nwVofne! IS is
K'.ofac.'s 1 2
tw-vofnel li 2s
n 'of nv 15" 2s I
ne lofn w I ts
se ofn w-4 I
i '.nfuw ' W 2s I
u e of " e V " IG S
t',otf 'i I 2 1
e ofse . M 2SI
w ofse V. 16 2S I
n e '. f w ' T 2s
u w ,ofw 1 2?
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w U' uf s w Jl1 " '
IwlWI Appraisrdj) 3 JJ
IwltOl dv S
I W M
of Sedgwick Cv , Ksttsca
District conit ISth judieUl district, of the stale
of Kansas, in and for seiltah k county
s-hellahorgrrA LeiUlgl, I'laiuiim.
och. ailiulmstrstor oft
r, .tefeasot. nmI. f
xtt I.lud. James I
JaruraMcCuIloch, adiulnutrstor of l
II It Lindsay.
t. instil allVftaTatr
It) slrtueolan olMer ol ir UJlirsl i oi insi
dUlrict court or the Ultt Judical district dl.ngl
and for ".cdgwlck county. Ka wherein !hel
Uluirger aud l.rldlgn are ptluU8. and James
McCuIloch. admluistratwr ol It II Lindsay, de
ceased. Annie t t tndsar. Itiwrt LlH.lsav
Jsmes Vrraent defend it I will ouThurwlay Uo
Uth dav or Jtsrch. V D l;t,at twno clock p.
m ,at the cuuit house dnr In the city at IV Ichlta
selgick county. Kanss t!rr lor 1 at puhlo
auction, to the highest bidder for rash in hand,
all thu light, tlti and interest of the defemUntt
Jamra Mcculloch. admuiUlrotor of It It Madaay.
deceased Annie 1 l.unluy, t.'ol-rl LlmUay and
James Auueul. In and to the filloig desenbed
real proixiiy. to wit
The north lulf lSf thewiueat qiurlsr . ,
of rrelion number aescn u, in ionamp uumher
twenlT-sestu cr., soulhot raags nuMhertwo fti
rl; 'and luts Mimlxr Ihlity-tno ili) thirty four
pi), ihutr-.ls (,k.. and tfiirlj-euhl (1) willi
trr tre.l. inthetuwuol Wih!,Counlj ofsnig.
n ick . and stato of Kansas
sad real property will t- ssdd the property
of delen.Uul Jsilir. Sitl ullu n a.:nilBlslralr of
II II Undsir, deo d, Vnuiel. I.iudaay. Kobrrt
Untlsay ami Jauv Vnnent. U stlfy I t onlcr
sheriff's o&lcr. VVlctult, Kansas, Jan 24h, 17(
l' II vt,ssK, strlir,
4S-5 Sedgwick count) KsiHiS
District ciutllilh Jadici.sl Dlslti.t cflhestats
of Kamus, in nd fr sedgu Ick ruonty
t.eorge II. Ms eel. ptaliilltT.
Hannah M Walker an lltvl- f
lis Day, drfmdaiits J
lit Virtue or an onler of ade isasn.d out af the
dUtrlct court of Um IS.li judicial dtstr.rt of the
slate uf Kansas, sililagiu and torjsfjgwickeoiin.
ty. shrreln Leorge II si S pUtntiff. attdllan
nah VI VV alkker ami IMlls !) arc drUhiUn's
I nlll. nnruemlay. Hi ivlhdayof vtarrh V !
I.s7l, at Ju'cleek p. m . at lh cuurl sJioiimi door
in the city r w iclut.., sedgmck counly viler
fr sale at public auction. U tb highest tdd.'rr
forcaahintund. all the iikht. tills and Interest
of lb dclnd.itit llinnsh vt VV alktr tu and to
Ih lolloulug decnbel leal proiwrtv twWIt
Ihe uorlh hjlf (SI of the northet quitter ( .V
of srrllou uundwr tnenlj-twu i2 Iu township
number tiilj-een (27 , In rang immtwr ue
(1) eait, in the county of sigwick ami tat of
Kansas said test property of drftndant llsituah
M Walker to sails!) ,it older of sl
s).erlR'somcv,Wlchitt. Kaiuas.Jau al V 11 ti"l
J' II M ss.l shrrlff
44 It S'edgHickeoiiiitf, Kaiwas
District Court 11th Judicial DItlrlcl, Sedgwick
llollls l4). plaintlif.
George (!ray and la rah viray, difeiMt a I
lit tiilue of an oilier uf ! txord out of Ih
district our tit the Ulh Judicial district sutiti(
In and for rdgwlck C.iuitl), Knnaa wbervln
llollis Day Is plaintiff, alld.erte(.ratald Sstah
(ray nre defendants, I will, on fliur.iUr Ih 2th
day ofl'ehruary. l ls"l, at ti arl elt a m ,
at Ihe court hou door In Ih rlly ir Wichlla,
offer lr sa'e at public au lion in Ih hibl hid
der, fur cash in hand, all Ihe right, llUe od lulrr
et of the defendant i.es.i tr l,ts and sarh Oray ,
In and tuth fullomng diseubrd real pr '.ilj
Thurthrt (uarir of n nnnib Bin
CO), in township iiHmbertwtniy wicu il ,oi."li
of range number to (ill east, situated iu ag
niek rsmnly, Kauaa
aii real propcily nlll he aadd a Ihe prupi(y
ot d. femlitrd (rorg (.ray aud si .i. ijts j to la
Is aabl order of sale
Sheriff's otnee. VVlrl.iU, Ja .-rth. V D I I
! II MAl.t, sn,j
l". I tdgwirk County Kiis
llaldwlci A Msulry. I'lstntln" Vllorb
Iu dl.lrlct irt Uilt Jlxllrisl Dull let tit tb
stvte of Kansas, lis nd f.rMlgw.k r i
John 1 aiswail. sn Infant, ht h
liesl frleiid, VI,flW Lely.pl If I
Vf I, LaH sAfA) . fttl lie 1 ,
Jam MrCulltrcli, defeaslsHU i
Ity virtue of an inlr f asl iud out of '!.
dlsljlrl .irlrth liHIi )adl4sl deilrlet silling
In and frr ntl oitv ule til Kansas sshcfeiu
JbIim I si..rt iarl. k his urn (r.cod
Vlarrl VV l.r. I. platnlirT mlMi.l. arah
A l.ait ait Jain 3lslsulu.li . r ilFtrnd.nl- I
wltl, on fu'flai Ihr lutk ! ..( Vl.n n D i
t I f etok p l) i Ms otill Ihus u r in ili
ally of VV lehffi) sedgvsiek ! histu ffffr
hir sal at pooll aHtlliH.. lis Iu IimII b d
dr fur eaudi Iu ImixI. all Ih rigid title sm! ia
tr4 ot Ih drnlnl l (I ltne Vi s
Mil atul Jain- M.I ulWi In au t ! In U I
lwtng dsrlli I lal I4siierts lu all
lsl nmiil-'r nlwll.slhl ni n lin ' ae
mi In J K VlravlakdsllUnll lolhe It of IV , hit
sitHal In 4tgwlek (srtiMly. KaH
?abl rsl pirly win M a the prupT
f lUrandsht JHlfjili. larah V I so- an 1 J me
Md ollirh tstssllsly sld ontr of air
htt's-aie,VVIeIlt.Kass Jan II V ! I I
! It M1U, slier If
alf.iik eoonlt Kara
ikfsi b e.
1 M llalderslon, I'UlHll
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