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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 2 September 1871

f -v '. r ln v.. J Vr s 53! VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SEPTEMBER 2 1871. NO. 11. . v i i THE ) Ltei r ft s. Jingles. I1Y OnOASTHU HIGOJ.N. AVho miulc tbo new arithmotic By which tho poor grow rich Jo quick Ou scraps and sriupings of public load And wear broadcloth instead 'of tweed ? Eono : Tweed. i When Times and Tribune ask him why Ilis figures run up mountain-high Why does not "Slippery Dick" reply ? What will lio do our Connolly ? Echo : Con a lie. Commissioner Sweeny's a jewel rare ; If others aro thieves sure ho is fair : In Contral Park there's honest deal For Peter 13. Sweeny's as true as stool ! Hello i Truo as steal. Where so many men are all of a kind 1 0 Echo ! pray tell us how wo shall find 'Mung clerks and contractors Mayors and all Tho lcadiug rogue in Tammany Kail ? Echo : A. Hall. Tweed and Ocnnollf Sweeny and Hall r Officers contractors clerks and all' Tho thieves that compose the Tammany lling. Of their coming reward prayEcho sing sing. Echo : Sing Sing ! Hearth and Hom...

Publication Title: Reformer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 2 September 1871

-" '9SV ""VW " Wf-f t - x r s ft . . m. - m fc r -M-9 f- it' HSMH HI - H I Mill I i asKi as I II 1 11 K m Mi Urn 111 I'i lif . I ' ' fi - 1 a fimininnisniv n nt ill .THE REFORMER. ir WJt Hi MOORE JAS. B.CASSIDY Editors SATURDAY SEPT. 2 1871. ! iOJBRMS : H . Susciui'Tio.XOurrcncy.) . Ono year !n advance - - - - ?3 00 Kli-tnnntlic. - ....-- 150 . ' ' ' W f Advertising Kates : Ono square of eight lines jl 50; each additional insertion 50 cents. Any number or lines less tlian eight dhnrCi ns a sqtiiuo SjSjT Subscriptions nnd advertisements mnst'bo accompanied -by tlie-mli. . -W. B. MOORE & CO. 'Pioprfotors. .' - 1i orFicc :i. browns building. n &Sr Hon. McD. Lorance 'U our ngont liv milh county. w ( i - ""'; T-'i - ? - U'or yongrcsa "i'lirnistncTj HON. EDWARD DEGENER OF BlJXAR 1COUNTif-. Raymond & "Wjhtis' Addition. ' We notice that buildings and other 'improvements of a Tory substantial character are being rapidly made on; this new addition to our city on the 4 north. Trens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 2 September 1871

XP niii.mwi i Liberal Wr. Blaine Speaker of the Nu- mal House of Representatives iu great speech at Saratoga on the li of August said : 'I do not desire gentlemen to be letstood as making a landom and kless charge inculpating every .ooj-al in tho land and holding hi responsible for tho corruptions fcsew York. 1 have too much re- let for individual members of that ty and trust I may say that I c too many friends within the ks of that party to permit me to ke so uujust an accusation." rThe contrast between the above rngraph and tho expressions of the mocTatio press of Texas is the 1 difference between the two great ies of the countiy. The Demo- o press will give the history of o Uisieputaule creature who ims to belong to the opposite par- is a proof of the total and univer- dpiavity of that party. This rVabout lying is the rule and to exception. Yet the .papers king use of buch falsehoods won- : why they cannot influence the ibple. Mr. Wegener. Letter from Tyler Tyler August 10 1S71. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 2 September 1871

TWwr. VnV-. 3fc v UiW-j .-?' f- iar !!W!S5i3iC HeHfl I.1 : a 1 v.'.V il 11 II 4; f l'latform and RcsalttUuBS of the Sew Braunfcls Convention. Whcrcnp It is customary for political .parties to nnnouliac their platform upon the ohoning of u poli- tical campaign and particularly is- this appropriate when the people are agitated upon issues both national and local in their character. There- fore bo it ' Resolved That the Republicans of tho 4th Congressional district of Texas in Convention assembled re- cognize the Republican party as the imrt.v of mom-ess and civilization. and we pledge ourselves as we have (lone III XlUi una' nu in uiu ufumu x" protect no nguuj miw """)' ui. " peoplo without regard to jhug or color. Resolved. Wo hereby declare that wo are m full harmony with tlio National Republican party and that wo endorse the x)ldtform National and State of said party. Resolved- That in President urant . .i -i ii "W5-rcco2Ti!i:u-mi5-s5wir.tiara roi ni the Republican party W .- and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 9 September 1871

?? TUP m IH"II Ebb I J H j H VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SEPTEMBER 9 1871. NO. 12 ttX3rats?3?cnnirnttvjt3;rv uiimin u iiiiLttntfimra .iiiimn.ii.jLii.. i mm -Sf T JTh Ml '.4i ' J '. ii. 'I'.fl fofj J vct-1 pesi pul Vt i "i K line? w f M .. lifayl Id! i r rrana " illio:! hine.-I iolo?l ie24ta 32 Hi v. WIGCilN. Alone in thi greit world of strife Alone to battle in the strife .Alono to conquer or to die ATono my inortr.l life to try. No heart of love enfoldetb me Ko band of friend uplioldoth me ' Ho tender eye f sympathy No refuge but the grave I see. Upon my bead the sioim doth beat "With ach'.ng brow and weary feet Aftne ob God ! walk alone Bener.th tuc'ihadow of Thy throne. Bo icnrfy ncosm and uvau My pulse of joy forever fled ; Alone 1 alone ! in want and woe "Where can the outcast woman go ? So dreary is my life of sin So full of tortine all within "J'is bard that J alOno should wear The thorny circlet be should share. Alone ! and once I'd wealth of love A father's mother's brother's love...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 9 September 1871

y'rT"$frwf "! iMIPIHi I L -"- 'A r v ' . " " - I I j i I . tf 'J K. . i J"- i . "v '- ir ss '-: vf r 1 . ftr" fjff i r a f THE EEEO&MEB. V1H. B MOOttE MS. B. CASSID3T Editors. SATURDAY SEPT. 0 1871. TERMS : SunsctyrripN (Oinrcncy.) Ono Tear in advance - - - ... i 1".V $8 0Q HixVnontiis. 1 50 Hi Advertising Itatcs :- Ono sqtmro of eight linos .1 50; cadi adilitionnl insertion 50 cents. Any number of -lines less than eight charged as a fqitnro jJ-ST Subscriptions and advertisements must bo accompanied by the cash. 1 . ' 'W. B. MOORE & CO. ' Proprietors. office :" nnowN's-JuuiLDiNa. .- . i . -- J53C" Hon. Mel). Lormice ih our ngont in mith county. "Vor Uongrcss 4trr-Dib-k-tj HON. EpWARD DEGENER OF BEX Alt COUNT V. Do not think that because your skin'iswhite and your hair is straight. that-you cannot be a negro. Has- ty op Idd-beriiser. ' You know hW it k yourself. Tho e'engus office shows that-1322 homicides were committed in Texas during tjq.yc'ar 6nding with May 1870. f ' ' -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 9 September 1871

mamk. $ 4 The Election Order. W . r th rt. re ' ""I'he law providing against 1 he itimidntiou of voters is being met u the part of the spuiious Democ- icy with a scheme which will"prac- thc order unless it is nerijeticallv counteracted." Stale rourna1 twmim The Journal is equal to nn intelli gent spy in its own party. It never fails to let out to those who read -cnlly annul O ih ' .vith care everything which the lead- iVic trs of the pai ty should desire and do Api!lesiro to keep to themselves. It re- r. .ults from tho want of judgment. Mm anltnma nlluflnrl In in Ln nlnvn to cede;" to Urn !?he sciieme alluded lo in the above paragraph is thus stated by the Jour- J 1 i m ml H ' "The plan is this. 'Persons are to oe appointed by the Democratic 'Kplairendeis in each county who are to Thy furnished with a blank book and i J on nhose duty it is to visit every voter t a. eon''JPccy those suspected of timidity Ir dodging. Their names are taken "tf0nsilown and opposite is placed tho "''''ul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 9 September 1871

aA'w V T- j i $ v ft Tk h Plaifora and Reslattoss of the New Erausfcls Convention. Whereas It is customary for politipul putties to announce their 'platform upon the opening of apoli- tical campaign and particularly is this appropriate when the people are agitated upon issues hoth national and loqjl in their character. There- fore bo it Resolved That the- Republicans of the 4th Congressional district of Texas in 'Convention assembled re- cognize the Republican party as the party of progress and civilisation and -we pledge ourselves ns wo have UOno in Tlio past bo iu iuu j-uiuic lu protect the rights and liberties of the pooplo without regard' to race or color. Resolved. Wo hereby declaro that wo are in full harmony with tho National Republican party and that wo endorse the platform National 'and State of said party. - Rctsolyed Thatin President Grant wo recognize tho standard bearer of the Republican party and that we BUDPort his administration. v ; i Resolved That we have the great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 16 September 1871

fWtJpT'7 t 1 Ti UlJnTilJl L" D n Pir ijii Virini JLvJJx VjLll!XJJi-L vi 1 "TUP asu l i : f mwr. m . JHfe;. "" ii "s- "m JI j. V rftl -a W&'s . ? wan V5 i ' .! 'K';"'. ' 'a- I i VOL. l. Mass Meeting cy tne lumens of Burleson County held in the town of Caldwell at the Court House on Saturday September 2 1871. y-v .- -. -? . - Tho meeting having been called to-order T. C. Thompson was called to the chair and J. P. .Oliver ap- pointed secretary of tho meeting. D. 0. Booth being called upon explained the object of the meeting. Th meeting having beon explain- ed on motion the chairman appoint- ed a committeo of fiv'o to draft reso- lutions expressing tho sense of the meeting. The following persons were appointed : B. F. Eaville J. )V. Bagsdalo G. C. Bryant Philip B. Scott and A. W. Mclves. During the retirement of the com- mittee Dr. H. Ryan and Revf Milton Porter resnentivfilv juhlfpRsfiri thn audience whose remarks were re peatedly responded to by shouts ot applause. The committee h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 16 September 1871

TT i 'in. - fw V I. i t. I.&U (. t ' ft nfi' V ' . ' "F Z MM1-' ' ife R I - r . v' v-i tfl r aft .. . & : 1 L - Nttr n-TTMii EOT" "?T. "31 . 8P itT" Jtf Uapfe Hnjh K'i b j &' - & ' . wfi&am" H mi' fw f) am . A !' ' 1 I -k miflcalculftte. .. w 7 -vis- jl I ' 'I via' - . ' ' r WtW L ' . . . ' . l T? I ' ' ' ?trm ' 1' u . i fK? ff . ' te. ":-r l iC! - -.! .-f .-vfe ! A t L-J THE REFORMER. WM. B MOORE JUS. B CASSIDY Editors. SATURDAY SEPT. 1G 1871. . TftllMS: 8JSwitwios (Ourrency.) Ono'earin.advanco --. Six months - - - r.ttmam&t j 00 1 50 AdverlislHg Rates : One square of eight linos Jgl 50; ach a'dditiotial insertion it0 cents. Any nuinbor of 'lines less than oight charged a a equaro J53 Subscriptions and advertisements niust bo accompanied by the cash. W. 13. MOORE. & CO. . Proprietors ofiob : brown's building. JKST" Hon.t McD. Lbrnnec is our ngent mith county. in For Congress 4th Disftiot KONt-EDWAED-'BEQENEll ; - 01? BEXAR COUNTS. " . 1 1 Wa'co' lias vot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 16 September 1871

-fl 4t I J'''g'fLJ'ianryT1MMMJ Republican Executivcal'ommitlcc Travis Cortnty. In mass meeting assembled iitatch. At last accounts only two Brntton's Hall on Pccnn Street inversoiihad subscribed the lequisite this oity. on the ui.'ht of Wcdncs - day June 28th 1871 the Republi- cans of Travis county appointed tho following County Executive Com- 5 mittce ( Col. Jno. W. Glenn Chairman f iHenry Gf.r Madison 8 j onn iticliartlson .Tnelinn .Tnlmonn James B. Cassjdy Nelson Scott Z. Peter Robert Johnson Adolph Schutze Jeremiah Brown Newton Collins James Smith. Capt. Brain formerly of the Con- federate navy arid for a long time a pri.onor of war will lecture on his interesting personal experiences and reminiscences in conflict and cantivi- Jty. Tho Ilouse of Representatives l.n..n ..r . 4 1 i n.. J.. . " Al. 1 Jjheir hall for next Thursday and jYaday nights. Tickets one dollar I to' xe had at the book stores. We can promise those who attend an hour of In'ghly interesting discourse. Daily Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 16 September 1871

k-SWfSS JJf""l"'(U'l m& .- 35: Trr. ' !&' ' -' . v i"r- fltt I.'7 av . - v'4- tfME J . $ IT- 'fc.-asTvS-vi Tft iA&L&'mjlLsjf'm tj- 7.'i. .- 1 . 4- V "rtii: . 'A-1 &.' "' s . 4. te! i t-j- ESTIzi! Jli " lias vfesF -' . HMftu rflEjra Bff&S . .1' l .; r- '..lap i-5 .ijfU Kws?;- - " nxssManK.?-- . I'.-i yv: ) 1- f'-'' - ' V &y' . . .. Platftrm'Tiwr ItwtlrtiBiis oFtno New Whereas. It ia customary for Tiolitical parties to announce their platform upon the opening of a poli- . tical campaign ana particularly is this appropriate when the pcoplo arc ' agitated upon issues both national and local tin their character. There- fore bo it Resolved That the Republicans . of tho 4th CongreHsional District of -TesaB in; Convention aSsemblod re- cognize the Republican party as the party of progress and civilization and we pledge ourselves as we have dono in tho past bo in the future to prolegtithOjXightijjnnd'liberfcies (of the people without regard to raco or color. Resol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 23 September 1871

THE REFORMER VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SEPTEMBER 23 1871. NO. 14! One by One. BV A. K. FARR. One by ona our acts are making Characters for future time. Ono by one puro hearts aro marching To a dostiny sublime. Ono by ono oach human action i Forms the history of oach ago To bo read by future natious When thoy come upon life's stage. Lot us not despise our actions Nor ono deed of kindness grudge. One by one they all will meet us Whon we stand before tho Judge. Communication from Austini a Citizen of Morgan Comanche Hamilton now 5 k Little Things In Politics. The character of every party like that of every man is made up of littlo things. The crooked schemes of time-serving partizans are gener- ally intended for party success ; but that success if achieved at all in this "way is only temporary and the means employed sap the very foun- dation " of party organization. "What is called "gerrymandering" 'iour politicians is much better cal- Tiilalprl tn Wine n. narfcv into con- w.v 0 r J tempt a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 23 September 1871

iW' w ..-T(f.JB"lwIB-"1" CTBitrrr eaa i-Jiw THE REFORMER. WM. B. MOORE J&8. B. CASSIDY Editors. SATURDAY SEPT. 23 1871. TERMS: Subscription (Currency.) Ono jofti1 in advance - - - - 53 00 Six months 1 50 Advertising Rates: One nquare of eight linos ft! 60; each additional insertion 50 cents. Anj' number of lines less than eight charged as a square 'fly Subscriptions and advertisements moat be accompanied bytbo cash. W. B. MOORE & 00. Proprietors. omdE : brown's building. . - 'J53JC Hon. McD Lornnce is oilr agent In in ith 'county. (For Congress 4th District HON. EDWARD DEGENER f r0F(BEX'AH COUNTY. Organ-grinders Tho chickenspie- ists grinding out lies from the official organ Owing to the fact that we cannot procure the services of a. boy- ac- quainted with the city to carry our paper -we are compelled to send it to our city subscribers thrdugh the poBtoffice "until' we can get a compe- topt .carrier. jSince. 1860 the colored population has) decreased ini Virginia Westl Virr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 23 September 1871

inuimummAuuiMuwiMi ttr. -JBHtnMcnftrmvo HiuiJUiBimMmunjwjmuii'viay.'iiuBwjjuwinw.Mti.niuik. V state Civil Rights Bill. Now that the Legislature is in ses- sion) Ave most earnestly urge upon it tho propriety of following tho exam- ple of tho Legislature of South Car- olina Mississippi Louisiana and other .Republican States in the pas- sage of a civil rights bill. All the prejudices incident to slavery are nn incubus. "We will explain our mean ing by pointing out a few instances illustrating the pressing need of some remedial enactment. In the first place colored citizens are still subjected to various indigni- ties on cars steamboats and other public conveyances. The case of the colored sheriff of Fort Bend county who with his wife was forcibly ejected from a passenger car is di- rectly in point ; but it is only one incident amorig many constantly oc- curring the aggrieved subjects of most of which move in too humble Sa sphere to enable them to excite 5 public attention and indignati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 23 September 1871

:"jgT.f.y ri iwr.. PVBHHMBOH sfi I Si s BBS !' ffl MMH HH ' Hn ' HI Kcpnbllcan Kuenthe COBIH --EFORFFI In nmss meonng -awuDicu m Brntton's Hall te. -ecnn Street in this city on tho night of Wednes- day June 28th 1871 tho Republi- cans of Travis county appointed tho following County Executive Com- mittee : CoL Jno. W. Glenn Chairman. Henry Gr. Madison John Richardson Joshua Johnson James B. Cassidy . l Nelson Scott Vj. Peter Robert Johnson ( AdoIjih'Schutzd Jeremiah Brown Newton Collins JameB Smith. W Platform and Resolutions of the Nf Brannfcls ' ' teitventtoa. Whereas It is customary for political parties to announce their platform upon tho opening of a poli- tical campaign and particularly is this appropriate when tho people are agitated upon issues both national and local in their character. There- fore be it RcBolved That tho Republicans of the 4th Congressional District of J.GXR8 in uonvemiuu ubtseiiiuieu i- cognize the Republican party as tho party of progress and civilization...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 14 October 1871

THE 1 II JJ VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS OCTOBER 14 1871. 3STO. 16. vvwut.iiiii iviiiio.jjLPiiijaxaiLtaMuLjitHuTmmiJuiuiWLWJUiuiiuf i tamncRL ..nw3BW acrrcnwwMwu - tii w ii imwti nin i in i ii iiiiiin'MrniT"''"'ii-jn"T""i''nrriiTtriniiiLiJ''J"t'"'tf''iL'irJCT I t A TIIK AVOIlklXGMEST. BY A. E. FA1UI. Honest Eonsof toll and labor Knights of busy hum and din What if each bo soinowhat tattcral If tho heart bo pure within. Yo aro every nations glory Builders up of earthly power On your strength they call in danger In war's dark and trying hour. Toil on yo noble horoes "With a true and honest heart Earth itslf is covered ovor "With your monuments of art. Tho Voice of California. The recovery of tho State of Cali fornia by the Republicans is a very significant fact. It shows that the Democratic reaction -which has been so fondly believed is a delusion. It proves how frail is tho hold of the Democratic party any -where except in such States as Kentucky and Ma- ryland and how profound is the dis- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 14 October 1871

infi.li. i uimiiiuiumuimqjmu.ju.uui Ki j THE REFORMER. WIN. B MOORE JAS B CASSIDY Editors. SATURDAY OOT. 14 1871. TERMS : Subscription (Currency.) One yoar in advance Six months S3 00 1 50 Adreriisiug Rates: One squaro of eight lines 1 50; each additional insertion 50 cents. Any number of linc9 less than oight charged as a square JEST Subscriptions and advertisements must? bo accompanied by the cash. W. B. MOORE & CO.- Proprietors. office : brown's building. 2E" Hon. McD. Lorancc is our agent in Smith county. The Republicans doubtless have been dctoated in every district in the State. The cause of this defeat will bo put upon the leaders of the Re- publican party and men who in times past have stood high as Re- publicans will be foremost in agita- ting this against our trusted leaders. We hopo that there is not a true Re- publican in Texas that will allow himself to be led astray by the de- ception of our enemies. Wo know that thero are men in the party who have been guilty of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 14 October 1871

uiuuuumimiin ! TIul Great Clark Conflict an End. Come to A LETTER ADDRESSED TO THE COL- ORED REPUBLICANS OF TEXAS. Austin Texas Oct. 9 1871. I am sorry to say to you all that 1 annot tell how it happened that uick and Tracy and all the rest of ose men who at tins time oppose did not find out that 1 was a omocrat until I failed to support Clark for Congress. I am to-day on the same platform. I wanted a col- ored man for Congress. I think to this day we ought to have had one out of the four members that are go- ing to Congress. The course that has been pursued shows what these men intend to do with us they in tend to sweep up all the offices of the Stale and county ; they intend to use us as the Democrats have the foreigners that is to keep themselves in wrTi. "V7"n ni'C fn fin flm tmfinri' and they hold all the offices. This thing is too plain to be hid. Every time there is an office to fill and a colored man is proposed therelor tou will hear the cry. ''There's a split in the paity ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Reformer — 14 October 1871

Kepublltan Incentive Coramltteo Of Trails Connty. In mass meeting assembled in Bmtton's Hall on Pecan Street in this city on the night of Wednes- day June 28th 1871 the Republi- cans of Travis county appointed the following County Executive Com- mittee : Col. Jno. W. Glenn Chairman. Henry G-. Madison John Bichardson Joshua Johnson James B. Cassidy Nelson Scott Z. Peter Robert Johnson Adolph Schutzo Jeremiah Brown Newton Collins James Smith. Platfora and Ucsolntlons of the New Drannfcls Convention. Whereas It is customary for political parties to announce their platform upon the opening of a poli- tical campaign and particularly is this appropriate when the people are agitated upon issues both national and local in their character. There- fore be it Resolved That the Republicans of the 4th Congressional District of Texas in Convention assembled re- cognize the Republican party as the party of progress and civilization and we pledge ourselves as we have "done in the past so in the fut...

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