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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

«\fi 4MM tek MS ,M «8j: ,!^™ -•*& *l -js|c vr ft 35s |feir 4 *1 1 JOB PRINTING THE TRAHSLRIPT JOB OFFlCt IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. Part of the street crew are work­ ing on north Third street. R. S. Clark, the Royalton lawyer",' has gone to Winona to reside. License to marry has been issued to Peter Padraza and Magdalena Plumski. The street crew nas lately been wording on the wagon bridge and the West side. Toe court nouse lawn has been mowed over, and now presents a good appearance. A sidewalk has been laid along the north side of Buckman & New­ man's livery barn. License to marry has been issued to Jos. Montbriand and Fanny ltivett, of Little Falls. A. E. Joslin and G. W. Muncy have been elected members of the Royalton school board. The two-months old baby of Alcide Cormier died Wednesday and was buried Thursday morning in the Catholic cemetery. The child of Charles Wright which was afflicted with scarlet fever has about recovered, ...

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. — 2 August 1895

$g a W $ I E A S W A K-m MEANS. In reply to ft request to explain what is meant by the term "free and unlimited coinage of silver," the Detroit Journal ssys the "troe and unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1 means that any owner of silver bullion may take it to the mint and have it coined, without charge for mintage, into silver dollars containing 37 li grains of pure silver, or 412V grains of standard silye'r, the latter containing the coin allov. At the present market price of silver bull­ ion the amount of Silver in a standard silver dollar is worth about 50 ce"ts. If coinage were free and unlimited at the present ratio the owners of silver bulliou' Could taKe their "merchandise" to the mint a I'd get about twice as much for it as in the open markets. This would be a good thing for silver mine owners, who are at the head of the free silver movement. The result would be the earlv disap­ pearance of gold as coin. It. would case to be paid out of the till as money for 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. — 2 August 1895

Iv i€ *»/.-. V. IXIO THS STONE. Mgr. *7'A$ Bauer Lays (tie Corner Btonc of Bt. Otto's Orphanage. kftf 4 Sunday afternoon^*wi cnessed a solemn event, and bus fruitful of meaning The citizens of a growing city take great pride in hearing of the erection of new business blocks and factories. They see in these an expression of the material .progress of the citv. But when the building to be erected marks an advance In benevolence and charity, citizens haye reason for greater pride. With the completion of St.. Otto's orphan­ age, devoted to the care of unfortu­ nate children, .Little Falls will pos­ sess two buildings—the hospital and the orphanage—consecrated to the good of humanity.- The great heat of the "afternoon prevented many from attending. The P')rmonia band was present and rendered several selections. The exercises were held principally on the eastfcide of the hospital, and the speakers addressed the audience from the balcony. The clergyman attending were Mgr. J. P. Bauer. V. G....

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

IN ft l' ^t,e frtjt *. (u *3r Vt fa fi' tVi* is 3 Jfjt' 0 POSpN. .ted Ih the Wildest the Jackson','* ol£ Countr»'^?iI"f Part'rf ARE NOT MOLESTING SETTLERS. BiFfe^ 4 *, Cavalry Troop3 Nearing the Scene of War—Infantry In Reserve. FEF SALT LAKE, July 29.—A special to s^vf.'^The Horaid irom Market La»e, Ida., says: Advices received rom the troops are to the effect that the Indians' are pouring into Jacksons Hole irom all directions, though they have not mo­ lested* settlers. They fire located in the wildest part of the valley in a posi­ tion from whioh all the troops in this department could not drive them if they ohose to remain., CATTLE BARONS TO BLAMET Ther Dvllberstoly Provoke the Indiana unit Curiin lhe trouble. KANSAS CITY, July 29.—J. A. South­ ern of Wardner, Idaho, is in the c.fcy. (Speaking of the reports from Jackson Bole, he pronounced them false, and charges that irresponsible correspond­ ents are responsible or them. ••The truth-of the, matter is," he said, "that cattle b...

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. — 2 August 1895

Pa ffmvM 11* few fVa I- W 'h ii.ii" W^tH* IlltCBt. f,T-7'' Good Piiraca Put Vp for HorM* 'T men and Other* at tbc 6 Fair. --X:':lp^ Manager LaFond has completed the race program for the county fair. It is an attractive one and good parses are offered. There will be a large attendance of horsemen with gopd stock. Following is the pro­ gram: JI'IRST DAY••SEPTEMBER 5. 8:00 class trotters, purse.........$100 00 Morrison county bred horses.. 75 00 Pony race, (run) mile heats. Special purse. 3:00 pacing race.... 75 00 SECOND DAY-september 6. 2:50 class trot or pace, purse... 100 00 One mile running race, 2 in 3... 100 00 Three-year-old trotting race... 50 00 THIRD DAY-Septeinber 7 150 00 100 00 Free for all trot or pace,. 2:37 class trot or pace ........ mile heats running, 2 in 3..... 75 00 CONDITIONS. Entrance Fee 10 per cent, in har­ ness races. Money divided 50, 25,15, and 10 per cult. Entrance fee 10 per cent, in run­ ning races, and money divided 60, 30, and 10 per cent. All trottin...

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. — 2 August 1895

WWii'-r^ 'T" II' 'A tVi «4f If FRR- & K.,.Kr 1' b&i ,v«...lt tre»f i«»M on [Ta tarfc® audience heMriTWwlneada.Y frWiuff hii iiiHtruetivf address troin to of of younfif ladU's und i'^tefitlenH-n^ pnptl«^«f the summer flWrhoul, jf«ive selection. This was ^v«U«Hine, and ivflwts great credit „'o»i Mrx. Hubbard, who ba# chargepf -7 the work in music In the school. Sir. Hyde began with saying t'.at I^LIttln FaIIm had ^hanged greatly wince hi* lout viwlt siime1 years oga. -The building tu .which he spoke had -not thfir been erected. ."Mr: Hyrle Qrst gaveafewHtatistlcB In regard to the Miam^otu school pybtem. The nt*te hap a permanent echnol fund of $11,000,(MM), derived from the «ale of landn, the interest on thin being over $800,000. In ad dition ro thin there in the one mill tax, which yields about $70Q.(HMVaiMt ^t|whleb wilK of course, increase as the yearn go on. By the operation of tiiis tax the larger cities, 8t. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth. etc., pay Out more than thev receive...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 2 August 1895

I' t!j»n \s* a*? IS. to & VA\ •tins HdttrtMOD Their jgj, *, ^TAi'laVfte amflpiicp bean 'Ven1»»)r nn Instructive address from 2 .' W 0 Hyde «»n "TH- Puj^ife of «hel'4ihli ''schoolttn^ $*••,:• \'A chorus of young ladles and ^jftcentlriupn. puplW||of the summer Vl'Hehool. Kttvea selection. Tlii» was l^vell OuMP, and reflects great credit Mr*. Hublmrd, who ban chargepf f^ithe work in mimic in the ecliool. Sir. Hyde began with saying t'.at Little Falls ha,d Changed greatly ftlncehls last vi«it NO mo years ago. ,The buil'lliig in which lie spoke had q,vf?not then been erected. Mr. Hyde first g« ve a few Ktutistk'B In regard to the Minnesota school nyfetern. The state lia* a permanent ^-MShoul' fund of $11,000,000, derived from the sale of lands, the Interest m»ii thin being over $300,009.: In al jdltion to this there is the one mill which yields about $700,000. and ^Which wIlK of course, increase as the ^earo go on. By the operation of '..this tax the larger cities, St. Paul, ^Minneap...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

i-Kiffl ii»W? itT ®TOw5w%a? |y |Mt| •%icittf mi (, r* jKajSjeMjat. -"em ctive Page «r tif.fr n*l,f' VOL 19. WWa IOWA DEMOCRATS I W1 W "Sound Money" Platform Adopted by the State I'M** "*7» Convention. ON SILVER SUITED. ,' '/,' ".^JSP? abb of Mount Pleasant Unan­ imously Named for :'. Governor, i-.v nu^'!'' 1^ $ MABSHALLTOWN, Ia., Aug, 8.—One •of the most Rotable state conventions 3n the history of the Iowa Democracy closed in this eicy last evening. Since Monday there haa been a bitter strife •between the t^o opposing elements of the party—oiftr- contending for a ticket and plat toon on a "sound money" ba« fiis, the other clamoring for free coinage 'without waiting tor an international agreement. From start to finish the 'f'white metal Contingent did nearly all ithe talking, on the street, in hotel lob •, ibies, at various headquarters, in com- J, rmittee rooms, oancusses and finally on 'the flcor of the convention. By an apparently fortuitous incident the Sil- ver men had.a fine ch...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

& VOL'19. 1 1 iA IOWA DEMOCRATS J* FTLA "Sound Money" Platform Adopted by the State ,vi Convention. *fev^r SLIGHT "ON SILVER SPIRITED. '."fljtt: :|p&Babb of Mount Pleasant Unan­ imously Named for Governor.' MABSHALLTOWN. Ia., Aug. 8.—One of the most Rotable state oonventions in the history of- the Iowa Democracy closed in this ci^ last evening. Since Monday there has been a bitter strife Cbetween the tjro opposing elements of the party—©ai* contending for a ticket and platfocm on a "sound money" ba« •sis, the other clamoring for free coinage 'without waiting, tor an international agreement. From start to finish the -white metal contingent did nearly all -ji the talking, on the street, in hotel lob lies* at various headquarters, in com* h\, snittee rooms, oanouases and finally on ,"j '-'the flsor of the convention. By an apparently fortuitous incident thesil- x,, -ver men had. a fine ohance to exploit Iheir views in convention ball during the afternoon, from the fact that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

8 He* Ml the Girls Kiss The Red WJng girl bowshrr ttfttelybtod And shq flxe* her ityltsh Hpa lu a flra hard way, and then leU go 11 In spasmodic little an! Wing Bepubllcan The Wabasha gJrlget* a grip on herself, An she.Uke»t off her hat Then she gVatarup the prize in a frentled way The Mazeppa girl stau pools at first, Bnt her face lights up with a smile. At she sticks out her Hps like an open book, -T And cheweth at gum meanwhile. $ Mazeppa Tribune. 1 he Zurabrota girl never says a word, And you'd think she was rather tame With the practical views of th«£matter in hana, But she get# there just the same. It la no exaggeration to say that Manager Forepaugh has never se­ cured a better attraction than "The Burglar", which was presented yesterday by 9 company of unusual strength* Indeed, one might be justified in asserting that few more finished or artistic performances have been given in Philadelphia this sea­ son. This is strong praise, but It is praise thoroughly warranted by both t...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

AMERICANS SAFE. Only British Subjects Were Killed at the Wha Sang Massacre. Were Burned to Death Murdered With Spears and Swords. uirrt' I 1 VICTIMS BRUTALLY TREATED. or WASHINGTON, Aug. 5.—The state de­ partment has received iater intelligence of the killing of the missionaries in Ku Cheng, China. The dispatch, like the one received ^Saturday, was from Consnl General Jernigan, and shows that no Americans suffered bat that the massacre of British subjects was greater than at first rbported. The consul general's dispatch is as follows: "Americans safe. None hurt. Ten British killed." Although Mr. Jernigen does not use the word "missionaries" in his dis­ patch, there is no doubt felt by the officials ot the state department that he reiers' to them, and that his dis­ patch is intended as supplementary to that of Saturday. Much gratification is expressed that the Americans have not suffered, as the dispatch appears to leave no doubt on that point. The ca­ blegram was at once forwarded t...

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

fi It plans III bs?? h:p fAfi EEESCE 'M:i'»AireBR,::-^ Jtheye will be no leasing of the Northern Pacific by the Great Northern, no guaranteeing of the fixed charges of, the former com­ pany by the latter in return for stock control—in a word, no sort of consolidation ot the two systems. The able financiers who have been Working for some months past on plans to bring these two great systems under one executive head have run upon a big obstacle in the shape of a Minnesota statute, which declars that "110 railroad corporation shall consolidate with, lease or purckHse, or in any way become owner of, or control, any other railroad corporation, or any stock, franchises, rights or prop­ erty thereof, which owns or con­ trols a parallel competing iine." would not be-possible, to pro­ cure a repeal of this law, to enable the proposed lease or consolidation to take place. The people of Min­ nesota want competition in rail­ way service and nave made great efforts to secure it. They would never...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

Best calf MORRISON COOHTY FAIR. PREMIUM LIST. DIVISION A—HOKSES, Supt.—T. E. Doten Judges—T. J. Mathleson, Pascal Dou cette, A. C. Wllsqn. -i CLASS NO. 1. 1st 2nd Draft stallion, three years.old and ov«r8 00 $ 5 00 Brood mare And colt .'... Three year old geldtng or mare.. ....... 2 00 Two year old galdlriR or in area 3 Oil 1 00 'One year old gelding or mare 2 00 1 00 CLASS NO. 2. DIVISION B—CATTLE. Supt.—Henry Unslcot judges—N. Barbeau, H. H. Pierce Duaiel Campbell. CLASS NO. i. 1st 2nd Best bull, any breed ...•••• Best uiilcli cow, any breed *0 Best heifer under three years CLASS NO. 2. Best blooded buck CLASS NO. 3. Best, trio of blooded chickens Best trio of domestic turkeys 2 00 Best trio of domestic ducks 2 00 DIVISION D—FARMING IMPLEMENTS. CABBIAOES, ETC. MAN­ UFACTURED IN MORRISON COTNTY. Supt.—John Hamlin judges—Phil Moran. N. C. Rail, and C. Cheeley. All articles In this division must be the work of the •exhibitor to be entitled to premiums and manufactured within one year...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

p«? 1 fj (TTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THB TRANSCKIPT PUB.CO. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION'* "Bl* months.,....^ ............... Three months......—. aDVKBTIBINO HA TBS LOW. JUTTJ.E FALLS, A .... »1 80 .... 75 ,... 40 'MINN RRIDAY, AUG. 9,1895. The new postmaster general is the dude of the administration. A prominent Albany Republican club has adopted resolutions nam- ing Gov. Morton for president. Cleveland says his "girls are Atreasures". Very likely, but then one can have too much of a good thing. The potato crop in the Eastern States will be about as large this year as in the West. The "pratie is king this year, and no mistake. The Horr-llarvey controversy will be of value to the gentlemen concerned. They will publish a book containing the debate in full. In July, 536,148 tens of iron ore were shipped from the ports of Two Harbors and Duluth, the largest month's business on record. The Iron Duke may have spoiled Napoleon's plans at Waterloo, but Napoleon is getting more than ...

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. — 9 August 1895

M}'\ '-P O m- vr ft, & -i & 3 l4w ft t*' Page IT T-'V 3TO t, 'Zf i" Kfttj SIR-IT* 0t0tOB 4 7 /J PRINTING THE T&AMSLBIPT JOB OFFICi IS NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. A new sidewalk has front of M. LaFond's. been laid in Mrs, T. F. Clear.y, wife of the sec­ tion foreman, is quite ill. Reserved seats for "The Burglar" at L. D. Brown's drug store—50 cents. A number of Little Fails people left fort he Dakota harvest fields yes­ terday. The "growler" gang in the old Talace hotel has been dispersed by the police. -V S. F. Staples' little daughter Lou was quite ill Wednesday, but is better today. Henry Dow has left the position of express deliveryman for the N. P. Express Co. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber are rejoicing over the advent of a little girl Tuesday. Ned Guin is doing A. W. Victor's •work at the depot while the latter is on his vacation. Senator Buckman has sold 12 yoke of fine oxen to T. J. Mathieson, who will ship them below. ltingling'...

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. — 9 August 1895

Pi NAPOLEON Pf^i| .m In s- On the 80th of May the allies conclud­ ed their trial treaty of peace at Paris. Napoleon had gone to Elba. There ho began at once the organization of his "country," just as though it were an empire. His capital was Porto Ferrajo his residence, the Hermitage of La Marcituia. The new sovereign saw at a glance what wore the resources of hia kingdom and the little insular realm felt the touch of the master hand. Improvements appeared in the munici­ pal governments. A fine road was built from the capital to Porto Longone. The traveler in Elba finds to-day the Napoleonio museum of San Martino, and notes with keenest interest the relics relating to the, brief ascendency of the Emperor. His reign in the island extend­ ed from the 4th of May, 1814, to the 26th of February in the following year then the Man of Destiny went suddenly away. The temporary settlement made by the allies in Paris was carried to Vienna, in October, 1814, to be there completed and confirmed ...

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. — 9 August 1895

EXPERIMENTAL FUN. MktW Prof Hays Visits Possible Sites Near Little Falls On Saturday. k-vM The Regents Will be Care fiil About Making Se­ lection for this Farm. Willett M. Hays, professor of agri­ culture of the state university, ar­ rived in Little Falls oft Saturday, aud spent most of the day examining the land about Little Fulls, with the hope of finding a tract of 320 acres that met all the requirements de­ sired for the new state experimental farm that will be located in north' central Minnesota. The last legisla­ ture appropriated $20,000 for two additional experimental farms, and one wad'to be located in the north central part of the state and the other in the Red River valley. There was not'muvih difficulty in obtain­ ing the site for the last named, as ordinary, uniform soil was. wanted, and the railroad had abundance of land and gave the site near Crooks ton. The selection of the site for the other one is a more difficult matter, and it is not probable that any lo­ cality ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

im /. *v BQRIC Point* on Re«ult« «c mpH»bed—L4«t of Thpte P*ti(eet In Attendance One of cbe Instructors In the Ma the article: A TIk summer training school for J1 Little Fulls has just closed. It lias "V 'been one of the mostv successful schools ever held in this region. The atteudiince, which numbered 90 tne first week rapidly increased to 117. Of this number tl ere was 47 who re­ ceived certificates of attendance, signed by the state superintendent, couuty sup«rintendent^arid It is generally ^conceded that every teacher should have an es pedal fitting for his profession, and it is safe to predict that the present 1 raining school will show marked results in the country schools of Morrison county. School trustees nre beginning more and more to renlfze the importance of such helps to the teacher, and often make faith­ ful work at one of these training schools a condition for engagement. The school trustees- of Morrison countv will do well to consult the list of students as published...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

.##1 Sf '•mm LEASED It M1UL. 11 1 .11 M1 &''*k Tanner the Well Known JLittle Elk Flour Mill. .•K A. Tanner has leased from Major A. C. Morrill, for long term of years, the flouring mill p.ropei ty at /Little Elk. The mill will be put in .thorough repair and a large amount 'of new and improved machinery added. When the mill is renovated |tnd ready to-start, it will be able to -'turn out goods equalling the prod­ uct of any mill in the state. The mill has always had a deserved repu­ tation for the excellence of its out- It hasbeen '•thefarmer's mill," and under the new management"will certainly resume its old standing with farmers. F. F. Turner, who has had charge the mill for the last few years, will be on hand ready to accommodate the patrons of the mill. Mr. Turner is an experienced man in the milling line, and has the confidence of the farmers and business men with whom he has had dealings. All who know bim know that he will give everyone fair treatment. A special feature will...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 9 August 1895

ifl 1 a Siraiivllle Items, Fo rmer& 1 thin vicinity are 11 looking happy over the abundant fanrvoHt. 4 Mr. and MrSi Cland Wilson, of Sauk Centre, are visitinjr in town with Mr*. J. Clear. H. W. Viinnitif? made a business trip to Sauk Ontre, last week. Mrs. E. A. Flood returned from "Little Fa 11 a Saturday, where she had hfen attending the teachers' .. training HHIOOI. A. P. McRae made a business trip to Little Falls, last wf«k. 1 Prof Buelow. who has been teach­ ing the band here for the past year will take a vacation for a few weeks, as some of the band bos have gone harvesting. Anfong those leaving for the Western liurvest fields last week weie: G('orge Mclvor, Jas. Cofield, Wm. Setli. Win. Buelow, Ko.IHe ]iuel«»\v, l»ell. Row tor and Frank Funk. The Atkinson Bros, of Hampton, la., are in town delivering scopes and views, which tliey took orders for Home time ago. Mrs. A. Bain, of Ouldrum, and Miss Minnie Gross, of Little Falls, visited with Mrs. Biggerstaff, Tuesday. Mrs F. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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