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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 December 1890

STEAMER BUENED jjtprnWheeler Leathers Destroyed Opposite Fort Adams fic Men Burned to Death anil Ono oinan Drowned Not Known How the fire Urisrinated jfP Fntrp TuteooI Cotton and Cotton Feed t > d at Oni Hundred nn1 Forty Thou- sand Dollars Consumd < f v tnc Oa7ettc ifvss lit Nov 27 The t b i > hi1 stenrour Leathers was burned tr s mug opposite Fort Adams The i n er Hjd cargo wero totally destroyed a moI the crew lost their lives lie Leathers tiaJ iut Into Fort Adams t on enrjro When the steamer a h i out nnd li aded across the river r dicovered that the cotton on r Has on tire All efforts to check t u nei 1MSOV1 I IXKITKCTCAT i n vtssei was headed for the Louis i re i uines spread with great rnpidity B rx the rirer bank was reached tjirs was n mass of Haines i Iv ull the passengers and ni bulk of the crew secured a po iIih wild ward of the Humes und in renilnng the shoro in I < c of the negro rouctnbouts t lired chambermaid were not nut Thn roustabouts were i l i i y th...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 4 December 1890

J2 MESSIAH COMES Startling Annoniicement Made at Fort Ueno bj an Arapahoe He Swoops Down Upon the Ghost Danceis aud is Loaded with Presents Jinny Unbelievers Latest Advices roneornloir the Movements of Irllws and TroopsTtie Imported Battle Id Montana Discredited Tlin ALLKfiKD MESSIAH Special to the Gazette Oklahoma City O T Nov 27 The much miked of Indian Messiah has made bU appearance on earth and be turns out to be a fullblooded Arapahoe He chuse Tort Reno thirtyfive miles west of Oklahoma City ror his Bethle- hem This startling information was Rained from a cavalryman named Vanderwalkor whose sta- tion is at Fort Reno but who is vlsltimt anions the troops stationed in this city Tanderwalker is a fairly well educated young soldier intellisent and a descriptive conversationalist Accord- ing to hie statement the Indians on tho Fort Reno reservation were informed as to tbe cominc of the Median as early as last April Their informant was an In- dian runner from one of the Northern trib...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

y ytrvYi > tjwsh fi y Ps PS l ONLY THE GAZETTE has discontinued the distribution plan 0f aw in ding books spoons knives forks etc and has gdcjittJ a plan by which each subscriber can get all these premiums at mere cost THE WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages will be sent one war with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth buiiiio 315 pages to every one sending us 150 net Ft i 275 net a set of the fine silver tea spoons will be sent wth iit WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year < 375 net a set of the fine premium knives or forks will ic in witli the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one J F SGCO net a set of the line kniv Mth tnc WEEKLY GAZE be sen fJWges for one yeart < ir 400 net ai Mj5Jf n 6riginal Websters Unabridged vii In ii nLg j eSs cnarges prepniu to the express ollice 1M he suTscriler with the WEEKLY GAZETTE jK piigVs for one year Fii 250 net a copy of Shakespeares works will be sent vtij tp WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year Fur 225 net a copy of the 5 Encyclopjedin will be sent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

< H ij 2 tffo y tPMT sapo oyeJty ihse < o lliw linseiefs is this fear in hown in an j editorial in thin isuie based upon an j artiiib in the Manufacturers Itecord j Texas ns Is demonstrated has room cud to spare tor an immense increuee j und lit this part at least of Undo Sams farm them is little cause for alarm THE XATIOXAf ALLIANCE Wisdom nud folly get etrancely mixed up at times In mens conduct und epecch Uoldemith wrote like a philoso- pher and babbled like a fool A distin- guished political leader beyond the Atlan- tic is to all outward appearances plnyitiB the role of an ecregious blunderer and marplot and President Harrison un chasused by his recent drubblujr at tho polls is doiup no better It u not wonderful thereforo that the National Farmers Alliance in sc aion at Ocula Fin should set the Rood ami the bad the wise and the unwise a frillo mxed When it raised its voice iu condemnation of the force bill it did a wso tliuir It arrayed tho farmers und producing clneses cf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

I 6 S tK > S JW0 p Kaufman county farmer ore rarv buF preparing their lands for next years crops The nine crop of the country this Tear 0r th fcbelby Champion is turnlue out moretyrup ttimi for yenrs The cr0P wiis extensively planted and tnost eV ry farmer will hare a nurplus The collon crop of Hunt county Is nearly ull gathered It the line weather continues u week loncer tlie lust rem- nants llvo Picked caya he Greenville Bauner Altocetlier ii 601 = ueen u tine crop and It Is safe to l3v the total for the county has beeu not Iejj ihao 31000 hales If tt 3 heautiful weather continues ten jars I H2er the fanners will about finish k nS cotton Kucle Luke has shipped t date 1150 hales of cotton The re cr its tin year will probably reach > 000 t e4 This is u considerable increase oVer Inst > ears crop but will doubtless fu ut tast 1000 bales short of what it wnui have been had the iirsl part of the a been favorable weather The funniTS iu this community nre becoming more and more ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

I DBS BETTS 4 BEITS FiiyslGians Surgeons and Spsciaiists 1005 MAIN STREET DALLAS TEXAS mm evus TEt31IOOLT ABO SKIK DISEASES spefdilv complete endwrmanpntlv cured Nrnvous 1KiyfiTVSD sexual dis OBDLRS yield rcaSIly to J ur skillful treat- ment i < FILES FISTIflEA ANDJajECTAL ULCERS guaranteed cuzf wituoufeTaln or detention lrom business IIIDROCELJ AMI gffUrOCELE pcrraa nenIv and upor ulIv cafed in cverv ease YPHILIL3fcONRlMEA GLEET Sper nmtorrliea gnlnid WlfctKneis Lost Manhood J > i lit E nUi > m JlAarcd 1 acuities female Weakness ataljj4riicatH disorders peculiar to either sexj tfSitHeTj currd as well as all func Uonal discWlcr that result Iroui youthful follies or e Jfc1 mature vcars TDTFlnPI Guaantecd permanently cured t lIUL14Jn l icmoval complete without cut tl ik ca4 i > > > or dilatation Cures effected at home bypuicnt without aniomcuts pain or an- noyance TO YOUNCr AXD MIDDLEAGED HEN ACT PP PnpP T1e awul cLccis of early uLllJj uUitfJ vice which brines organi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

lb v titm fy f ndj c tig countries The s m y < yi r r + t pjigffisxr x THE HOLY LAND The Eleventh of Dr Talraajres Sc ries on His Recent Journey I Sfclit Spent in Palestine and in a ndHovel Amid Uno of lie jlost Violent Storms F A0m B JiJcli auyj on the Fale < i ol cans ofonj of Hurons Valpsjfr fsetflttul anklntr rntlnz DhrequrifS lis Ntfe Dec 7 The New r k Vademy of Music was Oiled with to 6 > n of nearly CCOO persons nt the an Herald service this evening Tnlmnge delivered the eleventh this series ou Palestine and the 5 nn previous Sundnys had been rrl i i tn tho morning to nnother iVz ii licnee In the Brooklyn Aendemv t c law subject win Daiimcin i > n As he journeyed Ho came nueus ActaD3 Dr Tnl nt last night in a i i I ne we spent c t tjnv l of one tory hut camela and tt < liaeiiicni Yet never did ir taut hotel on nny continent 1 rvtive t me m that etrue < > < iil1 been obliged to stav In < i e eetel to < lo that night bne perished A violent iiil oi ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

h 6 THE L0ST HEIRESS A Tale of Xove > Battle oxxcl A Lvexxtixx BY EARNEST GLANVILLE Author of Among Cape Kaflirs The Fosilckor Eta and Edward Rapier other drew 1 n < k with a growing fCOrVBlOHTED 18301 cnArTnn Tcni rowes nsToi At tlia sudden appearance of Capt Blaine as unexpected as though he had risen from tho cruve Rowe was amazed and almost speechless Be cosh was all ho hod to say Have you nil grown dart said Blaine irritably nfter a lengthy pause The whole column practises with ball cartridges nt midnight Gnd 1 never spent such a bud quarter of nn hour Wol exclaimed Rowe with n Bmlle n the grim humor of the thln atrink him 1 spose it does seem to you rnj tiler strange to receive aieh a warm welcome back but I tell you Cnpt theyll be riuht clad to see vou You were civen up as denl Thundsr nint I glad jouve turned up 1 think I know you are you not Roue of my troop take me to our lines Im tired out and in want of food 1 diircut Captain Why tint if I command you tuptnlti they...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

ti r < I i i it 1 tit it iii win In u I 55 r J B 5 S > A CLEAN SWEEP The Ordor of the Day Under the New Administration lie Orantinj of I aents and the Em- ployment of Ilailway Clerks In the Land Office Ccirc jslornr Hall Tnlts Friply Undue I iste three < l Tfea In the Fmploy of the Hnllroad and Why jrfr a tr Hie Gazette a i Trx Deo 7 For several jm t ca been rumored quietly bere taa t K lierul land oQice was malslnc La t ste m cruntlas lend patent to ra ronls and that onu or raore clerks In tb > na of tho railway companies were ftni > Pl in tbe land ofliee ns aEslstonts t iitricnl force ot work tlicre i o rspect to the smntinc of patents umi sail that the viiUrtntms net of Ar l J ins made to cover resur T f infi la not nlid under tho eec x of tlnt net This se < tion provides t lit in ill f uipb where parties resur r > VH mo is ly virtue of vulid lniid cer 11 < u privir U8ly urveved nnd on file ai < e tri nernl Innd ollice without Imvina tjucii tut in llnd ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

8 jKME HEADS TO FOLLOW Attorney Wilsons l < mVnl Only the FIrit Letter In th Alpinbt arching Investigations H lng Jlade Srecinl to the Gazette Galveston Tex Deo 8 Since the gummary removal of the lion Joseph II Wilson from the office of United States district attorney for the eastern dntiicl of Texas rumors have been rife that other removals would speedily follow ilr Horton the special agent of the department of jus- tice lias been here for the past seven days and lins been conduct- ing n searching investigation Into the conduct of affairs in the district attor- ney h oflice and the United States mar- shals oflne ami liu > been assisted In his liivestigiulons by Secret Service Obiter Wilde of New Orleans The result if these Investigations cannot bo nscei taitied now uor will their effect bo lninu11 until lifter Mr Hor- ton reaches Washington and lays report before the atlorneyKeceril Encgngp Mali Fxprs an 1 cnintng Car of an K A T Pim nger Down en I mtinnMUnt Special to the Qn...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

FARMERSSPEAX Prncepdinjrs of the National Farmers AUiance Convention Solemn Prote Enter Against the Fassacre of the Lode Election Bill by the Senate jetion Titken toInvntlTRt rertaln Charges of UliCoDduct froarnt Aenlnst He Cune and Others OrL Flx Deo 3 The Farmer Allium convention met Id regular ses llnn this moriilnK A resolution wai adopted rrovldlnc that a committee of nDe from earh strife deleeatlon to inves- tigate the conduct of Mr McCuue of the jjiuonol executive committee L F Livingston president of the Georgia itnte Alliance ana President Polk In reference to the Georzia senatorshlp It tisrinr been chnrced that these centlt rn n were Influenced In their action by a raoueved cnnlderution The committee u empowered to investlcme any other inrres of which the oiuers may be ac cud Mr Ilvinestune nainc to a queitlon of ppmonal privilege in convention 8ei thut the charges and rumors af U i nc him hud been whispered and of unta rdealiue in reference to the theor- em ntorship lie d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

I ID ioi nlnting stimulus Ivorv pliic will limit of big prit S- it Mill crystHli e down lnti i rjuniiHy iind ilieu n new olr s rf i In will begin looking it ovci n puarfh i t i li iralila homo for ttieui aelres a d tl r liens forever limy will come t i tm i itv oer its siburbi If all thoio j mrbs show upis a blank so muti ltil c to subjects of ili > ni i i < fliov liivr loft at hiim Uiv will at onre con < tiido fat ito must be something wrung mi toiiitrv rendering it uoolh i > u > iniiiirgrmilturil iny c i rtn of that cLiracte I no il i n l i f i iiiitry Vey ur 1 < okng iifvr f r In their opinion i region wtimut ri < h iniii mil < le Cj 1 wholy moii its iijricilturo it yiu tell them that the r ur i usin of the besl agricul- tural ri iii n tn world oven acting upon a ii Uc lg1 of tho fi ct that rn ir < fill then the truth the whole truth uil nothing hut the truth sen i > t > v icmt surroundings will j i r < H i i ns < i refiy the which will bo a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

AT THE PICKERY Farmers from All Parts of Texas at the Barbecue They ee Uoga Mado Into lork at the Kate of One Per Minute and Marvel linchJv John Hoilfs Triumph The Happiest Man In Teies A Gala Day Battling Fpeecbes It was a triumph for Texas and lor Fort Worth was the barbecue nt the Inlon stockyards yesterday But to John It Hoxie belongs all the pory for tho success or the barbecue and f r the establishment ot the Institutions whl h tho barbeoua was calculated to tail attention to HTbreo thousand poople were present TO s is n rough estimate nnd Is probably slwrt of the correot llgures They began to nrrive early lu tho day nnd from 0 o < lock in the morning till darkness ob fnned the earth at night the road lead ins to tne stockyards wns lined with ve nules going and coming and notwitb itandlng tho North Side street railway company had put on extra oars for the day the facilities for transportation wero far short of the demand Erery car go me and coming was pnuked People at tue y...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 11 December 1890

N li I 12 < wXKile ijL44feGLiji if < flmrt rffel tWtt iJH i PARTMENT EJiTTEB JiY MRS M Jt WATjTOX TcBiitnEKs Notice All communication Intended for tbla department should bo addressed t Mpb M R Walton Fort Worth Ter Rise woman rise To thy pecnliar and beat attitudes Of doing good and of enluring ill Of comforting for II and leaching Rood Unto Ibe patience of a constant hope KNe wi h thy daughter If sin came by thee And by tin death the ransom rlghieouress Ihe heaxenfy light and compensative rest bhill come by means of thee JJes BROW7IMO lonjru Dissipation There is entiroly loo much time spent in talk was the comment of a busy friend and tbouch uot himself opposed to the indulgence at that particular moment be was feeling the evil effect of wasted moments that counted for so much In delayed work Then I fell to thinking nt tho muuy ways the precious moment of life are wafted by others and how powerless one seems to be In the bunds of friends Friends that are well meaning who woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 December 1890

Lii3iP2J r 3t KJS f > < sV > DE3I0CKAT PUBLISHING CO ONLY THE GAZETTE has discontinued the distribution plan oi iaiding books spoons knives forks etc and has ac < Med a plan by which each subscriber can get all these fr Miiiims at mere cost THE WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pajres will be sent e ir with a copy oT the Household Cook Book cloth bund 315 pages to every one sending us 150 net 275 net a set of the fine silver tea spoons will be sent lii the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year jut l r 375 net a set of the fine premium knives or forks will je Mnt with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one 1 or SGQO net a set of the fine knives and forks will be sen i i the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one yeart J r 400 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged v it In sent express charges prepaid to n ut the subscriber with l 2 ages for one X9gi2 I ut lS S racopy of Shakespeares works will be sent Trftiniie WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year i r 225 net a copv of the o Encvclopierlia ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 December 1890

sii mm mte J tiiJfciiAi ETE11X 1UUUSUJX ETTHB crxocr T rvniisirixn coup Ayr Ftitllthrro mtit Froprtrfor Pauxkix dies mortal very hard but Parnell 1 When a Russian feels the need light lunch he eats a candle ot A good rond law Is a necessity LPt the Irgislnture enact one lr It takes until July A OEVEitona treutroeut of the Insane nsylums is one of the duties ot the legis- lature Lit us puss n comuiision law designed for the relief ot he people and not for ho punishment of the rnllroiils Dancing Iudiuiis and threntenine fuiniiie urn not < aPuIated to make South Dakota n dejlnitile winter retreat Tout Worth tins been honored by the Bdeition ot one of the leading citizens of this city tn prexiilo over the World s fair oonreiitlon nt Ilniistnn The ofllcers of the leuisattire should be ihosen with regard to their lltuess and without reference to party service An incompetent clerk may cost tho state more In money uud trouule tban be could earn Iu a lifetime Texas is expected to rune 200...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 December 1890

W m TEXAS IN TYPE TISA3 CHOPS AND WEATHER The cotton crop of Austin county snys ihpTltiics Is about gathered with the iieptioti of n few bales In tlic bottom nulls A good dtul of the crop la yet unmarketed Those lurmers tluit are alle re holding It tor belter prlc es jUtnzether it bus been a very fnlr crop an 1 it is > < iife to say tlutt the totul for the county has not beeu less ibuu 20000 LBleJ flood county farmers nre neatly through gathering tholr crops The cooi veld is ubnut tweiitvflve per nol better than expected two months nsro There has been marketed nt Brown trnil < > i s yeur about 500000 bushels of wheat Tne oreer County News has statistic fr in Keuloti nail Aaron which eho v the a eige of v heal sown liv seventythree fanners In the fu I of 1S3U tunl 1SU0 Last vrar there was an average of twenty tour atrej to the farmer and this year ttitre is an averag of idxtveight acres or nearly three times as much About 100 1 ales of trton have bpen ibi < I > fit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 December 1890

yy j m f j to mMv teite I ANOTHER BATTLE nijii ± jj 11 mix uuujtmjAr rTrna zjxccrsr mmhiijxa co3ipjyr rtinirlirrf rnri Proprietor olFick of rcsucATioa Coi ner ot Xvsk and Ftfth Slrtttt UlUES AT THE FOPT WoBTS TZXAS POST crncE is FrcoNDCLB Mah Mattss RAILS OF SUBSCRIPTION TC MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Irtlrf 1 ejau fsieev CA1LY WEEKLY rnfTMi ji roi one vear tl 2 Hx months r Si H month Ihice month r i I Three month > fcLNDAV liAikTTB 1 vear 2 Ui months 51 W I months > cents I VAPIAPLY IV ADVANCP rAHYl li nU d Ieiity by tarrjer atSl to n cnth cr c < is per week < Ma rutrcuUte wiidiinc tbrfr Wes ransrel Jiom cne rctofEcf AoWM > t R1Te hB i t < dr M as WiLl W Tor the change cannot Wt JCSJZIAtTFIlFIn Ihe Slar are rulhor ur < lo fi IrSul irrijttloni tn Tilt GAZFZTb 1111 Al COHMliFlONb ALLOWED Write 1cr rrT rvtl tamvlecopies 1 I 1 ITJ AKC I > by draft check ostoTlca be ani at rjfr cm cr or lettered letter can cur i k Ah ether character of icniittances at lei rrp lisk J < &l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 December 1890

S t f i ijb i b iitlrj un > n I 0Jr h luve lmil HU effert fj IctplTf Hincers ur fi ifi irnlrr lly v j i z LIVESTOCK JNWS farmers Unreel Sot to Market Their LiahtWelslit Hogs rep Thtn CnM Thy Hnva DcvMnp d Suf- ficiently Monry In Ihn Hoi In dnstry In Tfiss Sell your hoes where you can set the pott money for them with the least out is the advice of a well known trreJer In talkluz of the hog Indu try 0 a rwiorter yesterday Farmers have fMrgj UE hops to Fort Worth which for the market because they rire until size and fulness 10 iTe not MmiimiiW eagiioJ i < e nnjl 1 t ° jBzETTJfcg VTtRWm TlIE hrm c boirf NroSJloniSri J ft f Pzkttcs efforts and lightj In thtl Athr uph the i rice TK < ft conili I this di i the re ops ntivr p st few t corn i I 3 5ri It < > neveithele tie turned ftim cTrf at a prollt when fed to lipht Vnclit line and this is what should be loin bnd of rushing them on to the nniriwt 1 iiHiikinc of this prnitice the sump ipp r referred to nbove sad No tan miilro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 18 December 1890

Muuotou though no u r ol tlie weed Hie liovs fnrly Ion le I themselves ilpwi with tobacco 1 hey got o much that the oidtit know what to do with it eo u the after inarch they pelted each ott er iu a plavful kind of way with S- lings trumping them under teet as they pushed along Thev seemed to think that lrom that hour on the whole world nou d tie c inpored of mbarco 15ut tfciie came a M d day of reckoning Two weeks had scarcely dragged alone ere ever tnbaicochfwer in Hie command rave a lew longheaded chaps who car- ried knapMirks were besieging the sUtuT mid ni > iiir the fabulous prices entailed b their prodigality Thats how ilu farmer are in Knu us today llieiorn that they conlldeiitly expected for the next year didnt materialize Aud us to the bogs Last year anything th it wore brisles was looked upon us n mine of wealth ami the demand for stock < ont inueil unprecedented until the iloence of ralu this > enr ruined all pros- pect of u crop 1 ben the exodus to the eioi 1 ui...

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