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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

C'if. 7 1 j, t" •r $ !. *. .• li I i: 9 fv v: I JOB PRINTINC THE TBAHStUFT JOB (TO S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGH OUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) .AT'HIBT TTlwrTO QAKD. Twe Tkreifk Trilu Dtilf. 2:46pm :36pm 6:25pm 7:X5pm 4:06pm 7:15ptn 10:05am LvMInapt ls.Ar I.v.St. Paul.-Ar Lv.Duluth....Ar Lv .Ashland. .Ar Ar.Chicago ..Lv! 7:15am 8:40am 8:*0am 11:10am 8:15am 5:00pm 4:20pm S:40pm 10:40pm Tickets iold and baggnge checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Ciose connections made in Chicago with all rains going Bast and South. For lull information apply your nearest ag«utor AS. C. POND, Gen. Pin. «ri Tkt. Agt.. Milwaukee,Wit PMgWDKer Train Time Table. WEPT BOUND. 'o. 1 Pacific Mail *:®Zpin .To. 5 Fargo Passenger 1:20 p. m. So. 7 Dakota Express.— „.... 12:07 a. m. No. 67 Staples Accommodation 3:45 p. m. io. 11 Brainerd 5:59p,m* *0.101 Morris 8:80 a.m. BAST BOtJND. -2 Atlantic Mail 2:05 p.m. *0. 6 et. Paul Ma...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

i'" EP. k'mmv .""J r^s?r| •'"Si" "4 t» if,-'RB8IGNKD. Jtcv. William Moore, of the Congregational Church JRvalgn*, At the clorfe of the mid week meet­ ing at the Congregational church on "Wednesday evening, Rev. WMHam Moore, the pastor of the church tendered bis resignation tt» take effect June 30th. He stated* as his reason for so doing that on account ill 111 health lie was unable to per­ form the duties devolving upon the pastor of a church of this size, and that he was greatly in need of rest. After the resignation Rev. Moore returned and the members selected J. L. Thatcher as chairman and proceeded to a discussion of the situation. The Sentiment was unanimous that Rev. Moore should be retained if possible, and a com­ mittee composed of I. E. .Staples, O. •C. Trace and 0. W. Wood worth was Appointed to wait upon Rey. Moore and if possible have him re-consider the, matter. During the three years of his ministry here Rev. Moore has been an ardent worker for the cause of Christ and ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

GITYJOUNCIL. Election Bills Allowed— Mrs. Artmaii Will Re­ ceive No Further Support. Curfew Shall Not Ring To­ night by Order ef the City Council. A regular adjourned meeting of the city council was held on Tuesday evening. Those present were Alder man Butler, Turner, Wright, Mahan, Hodman, Moeglein and President Harding. Election bills amounting to $267. 56 were allowed and other bills were allowed amounting to $96.66. Bill of Thomas Charon for twelve days sprinkling was rejected. Report of City Engineer Rider rel­ ative to building the wagon bridge and putting in sewers was read and accepted. The bond of James Gorman as constable in the sum of $500 was accepted. Ordinance chapter No. 67. known as the "Curfew Ordinance" was then brought lip. This ordinance pro­ vided that all children under the age of 16 years should not be out on the streets after 9 o'clock p. ni., unless accompanied by parent or guardian. Upon motion duly seconded and car­ ried it was laid on the table. Ordinance...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

P$i 4 M/i Premonitory Symptoms of Im­ perial Impetuosity. DISMISSED FSOM THE SERVICE. Participation In the Corsican Vpiiiinf Costs His Commission In the French Army Imbned With Revolutionary Ideal—Vagaries of a Genius. [Copyright, 1S06, by John Clark Ridpath.] VI.—GENIUS IN A QUANDARY. At this stage, rapidity becomes the chief characteristic of be The winter of 1788-89 was passed by Bonuparte in b.s quarters at Auxonne. In the following April that disturbance oc­ curred at Seurre which called forth a half month's potty campaign from Napoleon's aompany, and ended in nothing. It was like the episode at Lyons, but less impor­ tant. As yet, Lieutenant Bonaparte had never as a soldier drawn blood, or seon it drawn by others. His restlessness now bore him rapidly on to action. His passion for doing something and for 'following his destiny"—a fiction which be was al­ ways dwelling upon—led him to commit bimself (ambiguously) to the Corsioan pa troits. His adroitness was suoh, however, ihat...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

COUHCIl PROCEEDINGS. Election Returns ere Canvassed and the I&esult Declared. Th« Unofficial Returns Given in the Transcript Were. Correct. Thfe council met Thursday evening in regular adjourned session. Those present were, Alderman MoeglHn, Hoffman, Wright, Turner, Butler and Mahan absent Alderman Hard­ ing. Vice President Mahan in the chair. Upon motion the council pro­ ceeded to canvass the returns with the following result: MAYOR. Andrew D. Davidson 840 CI.ERK. Frank E. Hall 319 Victor Schallern 319 Ethau S. Brown 312 TREASURER. Robert Herron 443 Paul C. tiaethke 437 ASSESSOR. John McDonald 783 JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Lud Gaudet 589 E. F. Shaw 549 Leon Houde 352 Samuel Trebby 173 ALDEKMAf AT I.AROE. Jerome Mecusker 589 John W. Close... 353 ALDERMAN, FIRST WARD. Geo. F. MoeglHn 228 John P. Wagner :.... 83 ALDERMAN, SECOND WARD. Thomas J. Martin.... 276 H. N. Harding 160 ALDERMAN, THIRD WARD. John P. Frainpton 148 Upon motion the following officers were declared elected: Mayor, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 29 March 1895

w- *5? CUBA WOULD BE FEEE HER PATRIOT8 AGAIN BATTLING FOR ^THEIR INDEPENDENCE. VbtyAn Opposed by Great Odd* nd Seem to Lead Forlorn Hope—Oantr of Jose Marti, President of the Cabas EeToiu ttonary Party. V" The patriots of Cuba are again bat tling for the independence of the qneen «f the Antilles. Jose Marti, president of the Cuban revolutionary party, and General Gomez, the battle scarred vet­ eran of this revolution of 1868-78, are leading the insurgents, and Spain is making most determined efforts to §aell the disorder. The revolutionists 4re fairly well armed and number but 1,000 or 6,000 men. Opposed to them •re 16,000 well armed Spanish regulars. Cuba began to fret under Spanish rale at the beginning of the present •entury. When Bolivar, the South Amerioan Washington, bad freed all the Spanish colonies except Cuba in 1820-1, be aimed to procure Cuba's in­ dependence also, bat his proposed inva­ sion was discouraged by the United States government, whioh expressed its willingnes...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

f'.iA VOL. 25. Government Troops Defeated in a Battle in Santa Clara, Cuba. SPANISH SOLDIERS DESERTING. Estimated That the Insurgents Number 20,000 Men Under Arms. KEY WEST, Fla., April 1.—Private advices from Cuba, p9r steamer Oli­ vette, state that several minor fights on the 26th and 27th ult. took place be­ tween the Spanish troops and insur­ gents in the province of Santa Clara. The insurgents defeated the Spanish' troops both days. The Spaniards left! their dead on the field and retreated in good order. The dead, it is stated, numbered 49 on both days' fighting. According to the advices, the soldiers recently sent from Spain, called volun­ teers, most of whom are mere boys, are conscripts. Their hearts are not in the fight and there have been Many of Them Deserting and going over to the insurgents. Two regiments were sent to the country three days alter their arrival at Havana. Fifty so-called Spanish volunteers re­ cently from Spain deserted and are with the insurgent general...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

THE LEGISLATURE Last Day For Introduction of Bills Causes a Rush of Business. LITTLE OTHER WORK WAS DONE Fifty-seven In the Lower and Fifty-three in the Up­ per House. ST. PAUL, April 1.—The house record for attending to business was sustained Saturday. It being the last day for the introduction of bills a flood of^ new measures, which came in three install­ ments, were read for the first time. There were in all 57 bills introduced. During the intervals in the introduc­ tion of bills the house resolved itself into committee of the whole and recom­ mended 18 bills to pass. Mr. Knutson's anti-hanging bill was indefinitely post­ poned as the Zier bill had been several days ago. Mr. Douglas' bill, to require hunters from states where Minnesota hunters may not shoot without license, to pro­ cure licenses at $25 per license before engaging in that pastime within this state, was passed under suspension of rules. A Jarge batch of bills was introduced during the morning session and the house...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

A HORRIBLE DEED. Ar. Ohio Woman Murders Two of Her Children in Cold Blood. DOMESTIC TROUBLE THE CAUSE. Another Child Begs Piteously for Her Life and She Is Spared. COLUMBUS, O., April 1.—Last Satur­ day Mrs. W. H. B. Williams, wife of fi real estate man residing at Grove City, a village about six miles south­ east of Columbus, arrived in the city with her three children, Annie aged 14, Maud 12 and Harry 7, and registered at the Park hotel. About 8 a. m. Mrs. Williams left the hotel and about 3 p. m. a chambermaid who went to the room to put it in order found two of the children, Maud and Harry, dead in bed with Their Throats Cat. There was a bloody razor on the foot of the bed. The boy had died without a struggle, but there were evidences that the girl had had a fierce fight with her inhuman mother. Annie said that wh«n her mother went away she cau­ tioned her not to go near the bed and to say nothing to anyone about her ab­ sence. Mr. Williams arrived during the afternoon and would...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

••?V. km wy —neaaf ffvrni SWIFT IS CHOSEN. The Republican Candidate for Mayor of Chicago Has 40,000 Majority. THE RESULTS ELSEWHERE. Municipal Elections Held in a Number of Northwest­ ern States. CHICAGO, April 8.—The returns from the municipal election indicate that the Republicans have obtained -a complete victory, electing George B. Swift, their candidate for mayor, by a plurality of over 40,000. In addition to tile mayor, the Republicans have, the returns indicate, elected their candi­ dates for assessor, follector, supervisor and town clerk in all the towns, mak­ ing a clean sweep of ail the town offi­ ces. Of the aldermen, the Republicans have certainly elected 20 out of the to­ tal of 34. Frank Lawler, the ex-con grcssman, who ran as an independent in the Nineteenth ward, is elected by a good majority. The proposition to put the police and all other city officials under civil service rules and extend the mayoTality term to lour years, was car­ ried by a majority larger than t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

AN ENGLISH SNUB. Intimated That the Venezue­ lan Matter Is None of Our Affair. SOME TALK OF A PROTECTORATE Administration Thinks It a Re­ nunciation of the Mon­ roe Doctrine. WASHINGTON, April 4.—There is reason to believe that the British gov­ ernment has given our ambassador, Mr. Bayard, to understand in response to his representations in the Venezuelan boundary matter on his suggestion that it be submitted to arbitration, that it must persist in regarding the subject as one in which only Great Britain and Venezuela are concerned. So it stands, the British government still insists upon its absolute title and right to occupy all of the territory to the eastward of the Schomberg line, while professing a willingness to sub­ mit to arbitration its claims to the lands lying west of that line. This* was the offer Made to Venezuela years ago and it has not been modified many respect since, notwithstanding Bayard's efforts. It has been in­ timated that the United States might acquire arig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

tk ':-f. Irv- A fe tr 1" PI a Sr IB PM (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY TH» TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION: On* jr»*r la mwatM iirod ul oiitbs *fVKRTISING RATK8L0W LITTLE FALLS, MINN ADVERTISING RATES. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5 00 inch, one year inches, out' year W.pU 8 inches, one year 15-00 4 inches, one yea- 1».W 5 ineiiea, one year *1.W 10 inclieti, one year 00 20 inches, one year ..*0.00 40 inches, »ne year 100.00 Beading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, 6c per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Prolessiomal Cards.... $1.25 1 inch, one month 1*75 2 inches, one month 3'2o a inches, one month 4.50 4 inches, one month 5.2i» 5 indies, one month v?'^ 10 inches, one month IO.OO 20 Inches, one month 18 00 40 inches, one month 32.00 DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Caids, I month fl-'Ji 1 inch, one month I.M) 2 inche«, one month 2.75 3 inches, one month 3.50 4 inches, oue month,.. 4.25 6 inches, one mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

JOB PRINTING THE TfiANMIPT JOB 0FF1CI S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. SEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lessee.) IjATUST 07X2.123 O.APtP- Twt 'Tkragk Trains Dili 2:45pm :25pm 6:25pm 7:lopm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMinaptls. Ar Lv.St. Paul..Ar Lv.Duluth....Ar Lv.Ashland..Ar Ar.Chicago ..Lv 7:15am 8:40am 8:«0am 11:10am 8:15am 6:00pm 4:20pm S:40pm 10:40pm Tickets sold and baggage checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Close connections made iu Chicago with all rains going East and South. For full Information apply your nearest agout or JAS. C. POND, Gen. Pass. «r Tkt. Agt., Mituiauk«e,Vft» Passsenger Train Time Table. WEPT BOUND. 'o. 1 Pacific Mail 8:07 p. m. 3o. 5 Fargo Passenger 1:20 p. m. So. 7 Dakota Express 12:07 a. m. No. 67 Staples Accommodation 8:45 p. ra. 1o. 11 Brainerd 3:80 p. in. 101 Morris 8:80 a.m. EAST BOTJND. 2 Atlantic Mail 2:05 p.m. •©. 6 St. Paul Mail 1-40 p. in To. 8 St. Paul Express 8:05 a. m. 'o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

is f&M I II fXi fvt:- mm: $ 8 V1 *H Jr 0 fllPPOIMTMENTS MRDE. fwiif -o \V.V' New Police Force An Entire Appointed by Mayor Dav ldaon. Mayor Davidson'o police appoint­ ments were given out Wednesday afternoon. They are as follows: Chief, Thomas Bailey, patrolman, east side, William Tourttllotte pa­ trolman, west side, John Roy. The new men on at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening. By this arrangement Jake Mrozik, the West side man, is turned down, and has secured employment in the saw mill. It is stiid that had the council passed the resolution for four police­ men Mrozik would have been re­ tained. In the council proceedings of Wednesday it appeared that a reso­ lution was passed to retain the po­ liceman at the depot, if the mayor saw flit. This was nn error as the resolution was talked of but not voted on. Doctor H. R. Fish, of Gravois Mills, Mo., a practising physician of inanv years experience, writes: De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has no aqual for indolent sores, scalds and burns. I...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

W "V ctive Page vseJ w- THE NEWJjUNQL. First l«eting Held Tiies day Mjjht-Fred Hoff­ man is Presi­ dent. Appointments Made—Some Old Officers Retained and Others Turned. Down. No Police Appointments Yet—A Chief and One Officer on the East Side. The new city council met in regu­ lar seHsion on Tuesday evening. Those present were A Mermen Turner, Wright, Frampton, Martin, Mecusker, Mopglein and Hoffman absent, none. Aid. Turner was elected temporary chairman and the council proceeded to ballot for president.The first ballot was informal and resulted in Hoff­ man receiving 4 votes and Moeglein 3. The next ballot was formal with the same result as above. Alderman Hoffman was declared elected. Alderman Wright was elected vice president, receiving 4 votes while Aid. Moeglein received 2 and Aid. Mecusker 1. The council then went into an executive session. The applications of F. W. Lyon and E. S. Smith, for city attorney were A Andrejv D. Davidson, the newly elected mayor of Little Falls, is...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

«, 10 j"Uy fe^--.vr /6 Iv, y, -Mi* Ms •IP p- :s?fi -wn THE LEGISLATURE House) Judiciary Committee Decides Against the Min neapolis Site. NO AUTHORITY FOR THE OFFER. Staples Pine Land Bill and the Age of Consent Bill Go Through. ST. PAUL, March 29.—The house ju­ diciary Thursday night decided that Minneapolis has no authority to convey a legal title to Loring park to the state. Tho committee further decides that it is boyond the power of the legislature to conter suoh power. There were several authorities and decisions from a number of states brought before the committee, and only one of them, an Ohio decision, favored the Minneapolis proposition, all the oth­ ers being against it. The committee found that when the property was dedicated for park pur poses the city entered into a contract with the people, and this contract can­ not be broken by the city. Any prop­ erty owner might enjoin the city from deeding the park to the state, as every taxpayer is a party to the contract. HAD A ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

NO PICTURES. Why the State Grand Lodge Degree of Honor was not Photographed. Mr* J. w. Close, who was a dele gat* from the Little Falls Degree of Houor lodge to the grand lodge which was in session at St. Paul lust week, returned Friday evening. One of the amusing incidents of the meeting- was the effort made to have the members of the grand lodge photographed. Arrangements were made with an artist to. take -the" picture for $15, $5 down. The first payment was made and an appoint­ ment was made for the ladies— about sixty in number—to be at the First Presbyterian church opposite the capitol at 11 o'clock. The ladies were on hand at the appointed time, and after waiting half an hour sent a delegation for the artist. He promised to go right up, but after waithing another half hour, he came not, and another delegation was sent after him with like results as before. At the end of the third half hour the ladies' stock of patience was about 'exhausted and they started to the hall, but yow...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 5 April 1895

§j $k 1' K* rt. .FOE LITTLE POLKS. JACK, THE MILK DRINKER. A W*nj(bty Dog, Who Kept the Neljhbon Queuing, Vu Finally Caught. The milkman who "bnpplies Bloom field families living in the neighborhood of Lawrenoe and Harlow streets is hap­ pier than he was a week ago. His cus­ tomers suspected then that he was giv­ ing them short measure. Although he pat in an extra gill as an evidence of food faith, there was still a deficiency in many of the tin pails that were set (Kit at night to await his coming. The police were asked to find out who was rushing the laoteal growler. They tried to do so, bnt they failed. A few mornings ago the culprit was discover- JACK. ed. The reader might surmise by the appearanoe of his mouth and tongue, conspicuous in the picture of him, that he has a capacity for milk in large quantities. He is a big Newfoundland dog, and he belongs to Mrs. Moffatt, who lives in Harlow street. Mrs. Moffatt was look­ ing out of the window early in the morning when she saw Jac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 April 1895

m*yys VOL. 25, TOO MUCH SUGAR, West India Committee of Lon­ don Issues a Circular About It. BOUNTIES TO BE AVOIDED, As They Tend to Aggravate Instead of Relieving the Case. WASHINGTON, April 8.—Sir Julian Pauncefote, the British ambassador, has furnished to *the department of state a copy of a circular issued by the West India committee of London con­ cerning sugar production. The am­ bassador explains that it is not to be re­ garded as an expression of opinion by Ms government. The ciroular calls at­ tention to the faot that the sugar in­ dustry, beet as well as cane, is passing through a crisis of the most serious description and expresses the hope that in attempting to provide a remedy the various governments should avoid any steps which may Aggravate the Case instead of relieving it. It is shown that while the production is increasing at the rate of a million tons per annum the consumption grows slowly at the rate of only &50.000 tons per annum. Naturally prices are depresse...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 12 April 1895

2 THE LEGISLATURE BUI For Taxation of Iron Ore Causes a Hot Fight in to. the HOU8 THREE NEW NORMAL SCHOOLS. The Bills Approved in Commit­ tee of the Whole In the Senate. ST. PAUL, April 8.—The house put in nearly the entire day Saturday consid­ ering general «rdera in committee of the whole, and 32 bills were recom­ mended to be placed on the calendar for final passage. During the morning session Mr. Reeves moved that H. F. 781, his bill to repeal the law providing for ia tax of 1 cent a ton on iron ore and leaving min­ ing property to be assessed and taxed as other property is taxed, be made a spe­ cial order for 10 a. m. Tuesday. There was no objection and it was made a spe­ cial order as requeste Just before the noon •'•cess Mr. Cant moved that the vote, why eby the bill was made a special order, be reconsid­ ered. He explained- that under the present system the state receives one half of the tax, which in 1894 amounted to over $10,000. Under the other sys­ tem of taxation the st...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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