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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1886

BLADE VOLUME I. NUMBER 4. LEXINGTON, KY.: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 188G. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR A Lexington Correspondent Writes About Beards. The Blade has received a copy of The National View, published in Washington City. It contain an article written ly Mi. John Mc Mortry, of this city, on "The man ner of wearing the beard aa an in dication of charucter." The main point in the argument is to demon strate that the wearing of the "mus tache alone" is an uniavoruble indi cation of character. Much has been said about the manner of wearing tho hair and the beard in all rges, but I think no moral importance attaches to it, other than that to which Lord Ches terfield allude when he says of the dress that it should be such as not to attract attention. The btard is worn in so many shapes now that it can hardly be alleged of any one style that it makes a man conspic uous. In my early boyhood the wearing of beard was so uncommon that a certain man ot this vicinity who wore; a beard was look...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1886

BLUE-GRASS BLJjDE. itbumieo bt THE BLADE PUBLISHI.VS COMPAHf. omen 25 w. shout sniEK.r LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY V 1S8() CHARTER JIMENDMENTS. What i "RnnlneM Man," Who Known Whereof lie Speak Ha to say. Ed. TnAssciupT: The object set forth in the resolutions passed by the Chi.oiber of Commerce as re gards t je City Charter, would seen) to commend themselves to all good and law-abiding citizens. The change in the Charter do not in crease the burdens of taxation one dollar per rear. In fact, it may be saMy predicted it will lessen the ex penditures of the city. It does not prop , bp to interfere with the ambi tion of any of the gentlemen now candidates who are willing to sacri fice their own time end energy for the good of the city. It has been hinted that perhaps those self-sacrificing individuals may (by an amend ment to the Charter) be asked to serve without any compensation, thereby giving tneui an opportunity to show to the citizens bow magnan imous ibey are. Why the...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1886

Woman Suffrago Comes Up In the Senate. Eulogizing the Late Vice President Hendricks. RUSY RIDDLEEERQER'S RESOLUTION. KITXATIt. , WAanixnTo!. l'V '2 A jiint rs-: olntion wm fHvoinMy rrpoilpil lr Blair, from Mm Coiutniilnnori Woinmi SnffiAR, irnvi'lintf for a cofxli u tional araeriiliin'iir ctn1itiK In tie fifth'" of snflruK to w.iun Cockrll hUn-d I but llii ropv'' WM Dot lbs nunuimoni in. lament ut tbe Commit tp, n.nl tliHtthe iniimi i- J ty rw"retl tbe right to preieut tbu ; report. j Mr. I'ngU (inbiiiitlpil tlio nuli'li-, tale nlrH'ly rifiril t ly liim to (nice Ibn 'hc of Mr. Ki'M'e'niTi V rewolnliou nod skUiI tint it lie i senled nud lie over till to nior.ow. . TLin w nrppd ! I The in xt lill on (lie caWI'ir , was a l)ill to permit ibo Uni e.l Htatfs CoiihuI at Wki, Lin n, to accept ceitiio fleeorlioriH Ihim.'iv. biui by tbe Ul1iin lr-nwriiiilPlii. Thn CodniiI in h Uhh-ihh fciilij --nt , ami mil. BQ American citizen. Mr. Iliddleb-rer offmed tie fol lowing : Jinaolred, That it is a...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 6 February 1886

Blue -Grass BladeJ M'BI IMIM) nv we bude MBUsma comrivr. OFFICE: 25 W. SHOUT STREET. Lexington, Ky.t SATURDAY, FEIiRUARY 0, 188(3 A PKRPI.i:XIN() BITIATION. ""Gov. Kxott's letter to ibe Legis lators oa tbe pnitentinry question discloses a most remarkable state of affairs ia that iDstitntion. All tin machinery, implements, and even the bls oa which tbe convicts aleop belong to the contractors. Tbe State owns tbe buildings, tbe boilers and (mines and a few old hemp lootnc, an I nothing e'se. The Slate doer not own a pouiid of meat or an ouoo of flonr oi which to feed tbe convicts, and there in no' a dollar's worth ot material on which to employ tb co victs, and to "cap the dim" tb Stato has no money with which to Duy anything." It will cost $376 dey to feed th convicts and py ex pe ses, or $137,304 for a year. Tbt constitution prohibits the State from borrowing another dollar; claim ag iinst the treasury have alread) be n deferred six mouths; erery cent that ia expected to be availabl...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1886

TuT FT JJXiLfU BLADE. VOLUME I. NUMBER 5. LEXINGTON, KY.: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13,4 1886. SUBSCRIPTION $1 PER YEAR LAUDABLE LEXINGTON ENTERPRISE. The new dry goods house of Messrs. Berkley, Guthrie & Watson, on Jordan's Row, iu mis cuy, is one 01 ine most substantial evidences of the genuine spirit of enterprise tnat is claimed lor Lexington. As a model of elegance, com fort and convenience, in all the substantial appliances and mi nutia and detail of a place for ladies to do dry goods shop ping, this elegant new building iicuuiy us us counterpart in Kentucky or Cincinnati. There are houses in Cincin nati that cost far, more, of course, but excepting Shilito's, I know of none there that are so thoroughly lighted and vert-' tilated as this one in Lexington, and it is a fact, that in manyJ Cincinnati houses, purchasers of dry goods are compelled to purchase more by faith than by sight in examining textures. It may be that to those who are personally acquainted with the proprietors o...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1886

Blue - Grass Blade i rrBLisiiEn by THE BLABS PUBLISHING COMPANY. OFFICE: lo W. SHOUT STKEF.T. t.exlnton, Ky.i SATURDAY' FEBRUARY 13, ISM A tfleouam from New York ssys that State Geologist Proctoh will start for home immediately. The slaiiiler recentlypnblwhed against biro ia tbe Louisville Times has donbilws reached bis ears, aad he will hasten home to face his defamers. The slander has been denied as well as it possibly can be, but the damage to his reputation can never be reached, for many people who read the crnel libel will never see its denial. The dispatch making charges against Mr. Proctor went from Lexington to tbe Times so it appeared from tbekdate line to it. It is all very well for a newspaper to be enterprising and get all tbe news, but if that dispatch went from Lexington it was a reck less piece of business. Transcript reporters beard a rumor as to Mr. Proctor early in tbe afternoon. A representative openly declared that Mr. Proctor had gone wrong, and thia might have ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1886

LASTltOlih CALL. General Winfleld Scott Han cock Obeys the Final Summons, And Goes to Join the Heroes Who Have Gone Hence Before Him. After a Short and Painful Illness, the Brilliant Sol dier Expires. A Malignant Carbuncle the Cause of His Sudden Taking Off. THE CAREER OF A VALIANT GENERAL. Nkw York, Feb. 0. f Jon. H-tncock died at'2:5S p. ra. H d.-atu w-n tbe result of a maiigna'jt erbnncla oq the back of hi neck, which had confined him to hi bed for novornl days. No 8jrioui nl'trui was Mt however, nntil shortly before ha ex pired. Tho news cvnd lb" pro fonndeet sorrow ia coruinorciil and financial circles aa wnll BS-nmong tbe business mon generally. Wbon the sad event was known in th9 exchanges at the Custom Hons ling wore im mediately ordered At half-tJivfil. It had not been generally known that Gen. Hancock was ill, and his death was unexpected. Gen. Han cock was in Wasliiugton u weak a?o and was obliged to return homo with- out paying bis respects to the Presi dent The carbuncl...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 13 February 1886

Blue -'Grass Blade ftTLIMlED BT THE BLADE PUBLISHING COMPANY. ' :r5s? OFFICE: 25 W. StIOKT ST11EF.T. r Lexington, K-.i SATURDAY! FEBltUARY 13, 1880 Wt present in this issne of the Transcript the Charter Amendments to the city of Lexington which have passed the Legislature. A careful reading of the amendments fails to disclose anything objectionable to the people of this city. It brings the city government nearer the people, and especially protects the city against hasty and ill-advised ex penditure of money. The provision that membors of the Common Cuuqy cil and Police Commission shall nerve without pay is probably objection able, as the time required to perform these duties is considerable. The city is able to pay the men who attend to her business and there is really no reason why she should not. On the other hand, this provision should bring into the service of the city men who are devoted to her material progress, and who to help her along will gladly perform the duties of (he o...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 September 1890

BLUE 0 BLADE. Vol. I. -No. 20. Lexington, Kentucky, Saturffftj, September 20th, JfiOO. Subscription, $2 a Year. Not m Nnlnlnlory. An tli in thing of writing salu tatories for Tin Made every timo she taken a fresh start, in getting to bo rather monotonous, I will waive that formality in this in stance and make the following ext. lunation for the benefit of those who now sea it for the lirnt time, though, of courso, the large majority of those to whom it will now go are bucIi as have known it before. Thin ia now the third timo that The JUcufe lias started under my management, and if it proves that the "third time ia tlio charm," it will not at all be because that lrovcrl demand this, hut bo cause it ifoes this timo on a fi nancial basis much better than it ever did before. In the two instances in which The Blade started before this, its prospects were probably as en cou raging as any paper that ever started in this town, and it was growing daily in favor with men and good women, when ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 September 1890

BLUE-GRASS BLADE. KATtJKDAY, K KPT KM P. KM 20, 1S".0. Entrmt nt thr tsrlvtjtim I'tmtnjlir flam Mntttr. nt trrotxt Jiwrrn o f au'roat of Kvii Wkkk. The I.exlnglon TrnnMrlpt HAPPY OVKtt THE A I'UMNTMKNT or AKOTHKK SALOON MAN. Tlie following t from tlio Ijox injjton Tmirr!jTvf September 0, to wliicli I invite a lispnjsninntp rending hy tlie pulilio, In-fore rend ing my comments : The, Jfew Coal Oil IiiNperlor. Judge, P. P. Johnston vestcrdny np pointed Mr. Clin. K. tiilman, roal oil inspector of Fayette County, to succeed Mr. VV. L. Ycll'man, whose 'time expired on the 13th inst. Mr. Oilman linn lived in l.oxinirton for many years, and in thoroughly identified with the city, lie is an enterprising business man, and his record an a gen tleman and an iHMiiocrnt goes without question, lie linn a large nnnilier of friends in all parts of the eity and coun ty, and his appointment will kivc general satisfaction. In fact no hetter man could have leen selected for the place. The appointment c...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 September 1890

I" 1M It Tm ThM ie Whom The Itlatle Mf C'omc Mrming. The prior of Tun Hi,atk $2 n J on r. Throw? who have ngiwd to take it will plrnw wend their monoy on rrrriviiig tin' (ItmI mint 1or. Ifewda thoxo who have au thorized it to Ik writ to thrni, it will go to the entire? lixt to wlifini it formerly went. Throw to whom it tliim mmcs, who wish to take it, will ptense forward tho money for it nt otin. Thorn? who do not winh to take it will please m notify the Editor, and those who ore undecided, will please let it come to them only n reasonable length of time in which to decide, and if possible xend to mc a notice of their intention. I hope that nil tho old friends of Thk Hi.adk, and any new ones that it may fortunately have made, will Hpcak a good word for it when they nan conscientiously do so, and that they will send mc the names of any parties that they think w uld probably want it. Fraternally Yours, CiiARXRfl C. MooiiR, Ed i tor To lh Stockholder or Th Jllnv UrHMH lllattlc. You aro...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 20 September 1890

Cwirlu'l'ii mm fvtt provoked from tiic highly nppro cintivc ftniloa in boido iimtniK'o, when, Recording to niv recollec tion, I have heon the mitt of his eh n ft s. Jlut Mrcnni do not rine higher than tlieir nonrce. .Indgc Mulli gan owes hi promotion to n for tune attained ny inheritance from a liquor tralllc on Vine Street a utrect ko disrepntahlo that his brother Catholic Irishman, dipt. Harney Trcnov, is noMy co-operating with his fellow-Councilman, Simrall, the scion of "blue stocking" Presbytorianism, to call a halt on the enormities there, that walk abroad nt noonday and waste at night the once fair fame of this city. Men praise the bridge that carries them over, and any dissertation upon the evils of the whisky trnflioin this city would roll off him as ineffec tually as water from a duck's hack. J tut can it be possible that such high-toned Democrats as have given their money to support this paper, have in memory run over the record of Commonwealth's Attorney lironston, when ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 October 1890

.. . f. .BJLIL BLADE. Vol. I. -No. 28. Lexington, Kentucky, SalUrfijy, October 2,"lhf IHOtK Subscription, $2 a Tear. -- V ALONK. In my Iwisnm Knrrowreltfneth, Snnl and senso are nick with enrew; Bitterly my heart com (iliii tint li At tli load it needs must Is-nr. When our denreat worldly trenur. a Hrinn us, sorrowing no relief Then thnt are amid earth's plcnstiro Honrs n( hitter gloom and jrrlef. To restore Its wonted RllneR, On the ocean's sleenintf wave foavn Oh hearts, these rel wt of stillness, lloti lor peace beyond the xravu, Z A IImoniiilc Nnndny Ncliool Two or three year In-foro tin; war 1 was younger thnn I am now, was bettor looking, fairly glib on the tongue, had lota of fine clotlieH, plenty of money, and no poor kin. Together with dome elegant younj? ladies and gentlemen I. wan invited to be the guest of a house in a eounty of tliU Htate. that wan not Fayette. In those days when the aristoc racy went "railing," they took . along their great big leather trunks and HjMMi...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 October 1890

a comuniaox Of Prohibition nnl the Tariff (tiiPfttlon n Pollllritl lnw. As or-j-nsotl to tlio 1'roliiUtion ioup, t'rnujrht with every element ot iulk' moral ami financial in tercut tint coull enter into tie lOJnj'Osition of any political to nne, we lave ottered ns ly tic DtMimcratic nml Hepnllican pur lins tie (liermtc alout tie Taritt iuition. The experience of years of wrnnirlinir letween those two ilominant pnrtics las slown that .1 a! ! A.I. IIMS qilCMlUU IB IMI ('"Milne vii - iustmeiit, a between tlem, and tie broadest intelligence upon t iul) ect slows tliat to the public it would le a matter of snprcmest inditlerence wletler the question were settled according to tie most extreme views of one or if the other party. To Democratic and Uepnhlican politicians, however, it is a mat ter of tie greatest importance a.'iiivitir for ermy years locket lorns on tliis issue, tie one that ti ret hacks down will appear to lfie been vanouisled. while lis opponent is left victorious. As regar...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 October 1890

mm ii ' i 11 r VIM How I wrote when tiling wore Jollier Ihiui now. . A young ludy of tliia city lias brought tno a lent' from licr scrnp book rontniniiig tho mihjoincd story tlmt I wrote for tlio Press, hoiiio years ng, ami asked me to rojmMiKh it. IIuiiHiir for the lit'). My wife looked worried, and whitierel to mo that supper was ready; but hIio couldn't "hnd the luititrv key;" tluit she know tlio :omiiiiiy win hungry, for it wan lute; ihnt tho nugur was in the itantry, and ulie cotilun t liaveflup- jer without the sugar; and he couldn't find that key; wouldn't I plciisc iiud it. Certainly, I naid, IiIthh her heart, don't he troubled, I II Ii ii I it; and I started out quite chwrl'ully. 1 looked on the man tle, and the table, and tho side board. It was very evident that it, w.is not in there, so said quite gayly. it mint he in another room. Bo I went in the fpare room and looked on tho bod and tho vnnli Htaud, the bureau and the window kchI; went in the jarlor looked on the'ianoan...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 25 October 1890

y ;w " : rrof.-i- m Prohibition. IVof. of this city, ami 4 Wl a talk, nn wc' leaned niraintd ai electric road iott, lately. He is a, bright tiran, of hrond view, aiHl a l'ur; years atfii ""' tioc of tlio lK'Niocrntic party, ami i Mill tlwrtAiguIy identified with the party. . - - 11a nvM there in no doiiht that ' the Trohihition quoMion will soon he the ereat national political in ane, lie think that Prohibition ought to carry, hut nays that 1 ro .hiiiitioiiiRla ouirht not to eet up i ' third party, hut accomplish their ""purpose within one of the old iiartitt. . lie. thinks that third 4rty , Inhibition will not pro liil.it Taking1 him a simple of our moot intelligent' l)cmocrat, 1 ,; .want to answer bis objections to Vn-iliiliitinti. Of course, Prohibitionists are cenerallv familiar with the oh Taction that "Prohibition will not . wohibiL" and the answers to U made to it. but we must hav Una upoo lino, and precept up I nave heard people who snitf that not only uul rroinnmon no. proh...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 November 1890

O li ix fl J IImo ii ... ,m...L Vol..-Xo.Wt. Lc.rhtfftoii, Knit achy, Satan Subscription, $2 a Year, 4. KIM Tlio t'nriiMTM AIIIbimt Ins In IIiIm City nom In r II. There is a ctill for n mooting of tlie Vnrrncrs Alliance in thiscity, on Tuesday, November 11. I liojie tlio meeting will be most etitluiMinsticnlly and largely attended by tlio fanners of the country; and it t lie public in in vited to its deliberation!!, us I bojie and suppose it will be 1 ask tbat Prohibitionists shall, as fur us possible, be present. The HuiiK will support the Allinnee peoplejust as tar as it can do, consist ntly with its vowb to Prohibition; audit may be possible to do this without any reservation. When it is remem bered that I am a tanner that works at the plow with my own bands, and that I am proud to proeluim this, I do not believe that any just man will charge me with making advances to the Al liance people as a piece ot politi cal strategy. I believe that the "Farmers' Al liance and the Prohibiti...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 November 1890

HOW lrOlJIOrl:lll IOf'lluVll ' Onlrc '11ojic ignlti! Ii I.liitr t'.til. At n recent election, tie l'r. liiliitioniot ol" Hovle county, vot ed liijnor out ol the county, in cltiilinff the bcaiititnl town of J'iiiMille; The iiewopiipTs report it one of the inott zeuloiM worker flnionjf the I'roliile.tionii'K.liiiltfe oheri.l. Hrecksinriiljre, brother of our "eilver tonirueil'' Colonel Hilly, tvlio lately voted to force liquor liack into the Prohibition states. Panville is the seat of Centre College, n Presbyterian inntitu tion, the alma mulrr ot these two distinguished gentlemen. They are both Prcsbvterians and it is doubtless largely owing to the Presbyterian influence, that want ed to advance the interests ol that institution that induced them to vote liquor out of that county and town. I was born and reared side by Bide, on farms, with the Breckin ridge boys, and know tTmt they goi precisely me same khhi oi instruction from their father, Kev. Dr. Hobert J. lireck in ridge, and that...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 November 1890

In lii knowledge of the 011 prnl tirinciidc mimI tlotniln f l'rfTiilitioii lio know every finrt;liit that won't do I'tr tlm other. ot it tiiHcliinorv. htiniico niu their Mock nnd miliscriptinn nnd J win jrla.l t do so, nnd wonli promised tno more if f nr-edod it. : licltf ino to cet Milnerilicrs. fimchinory, htinneo nnd I You rememherthnf theonelie( i i i .... . . . i . . . wiicy, arid irnjmnn u 10 other mint went nstrny jrnvo the shei With tho facility of tho nkillci . I. 1 .1.1 nroicssionai iciicncr mnr no ikia been. lie i in the prime of life, the very picture ot hcBltli ami linti nc. and ilree hi tho finest tnte. I'ev. John A. I?rook i largely known to lh tunilt of Kentucky and Missouri imperially, n a mm ister in tho Christian church which next to the Methodic J think inditing most tor tho l'r dilution enne. lie in n verv handsome man. of the right ae and very vigorous in ImmIv anl mind. He hns the advantage of tho information gained in the campaign with the lamented risk, ami ...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Blue-grass blade. — 1 November 1890

Thr tngnM f'.lfcitoii In "Hk reniici." My very jilain country lntne, HJnnkcrn re" i right 'luiiil in tlic ini-llli1 of "Dug lYnner irfiin't. Kroin 1 1 o n fi t win dow of lny hoiinc I t'iiii ce tli. oioiiof" of iiuMt' rom ince. tragedy. fulk-l'MV 11111I I'lvlii-'toiii1 wonder, tliim can he found in jiny country view of ixjnul area in the I'liilcd States. Yoit don't hclicvc it? Well wait until I get through. 1 wrote n riceo in t ho oll I'i. vm: onee nl'iMit the cm-cN ot wliikyuti the country, got 1111 net f Ugi tliut con'd 1r ieen from my win-j laturp to change it. innl for 11 while, How. j rue is no mii 10 tiuu. I'etlorent nlijeet. f'oino Hung tliat will le in thU I lmve written in some tiowiai'cn lefore. My tiewK'-aiicr in a homely pu per, Htid bs 1 expect to run it un til I die, or until Prohibition if in an tinienilineiit to the Conti tution of the United State, so that tlie "occupation" of the Pro hibition editor, like tlint of Col Otiel Othello," vill he "gone" with a gonetiecu...

Publication Title: Blue-Grass Blade
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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