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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 March 1884

VOL 3 NO 103 JOHN B POYNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for toll value Low rates Losses promptlypatd No discounts No delays Office corner Third itfid arket streets aplGdly T UAUHLEY Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STAflONER Second Street mh2Sly MAYSV1LLKY B COLIINN MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest Rtylcs of Huts Honneta Lares and Milllneiy Notions Prices low Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand npUGdly IMTirSS LOW POWLINB IflfeHIONABLE MILLINER Kail Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entire satisfaction guaranteed In all cases Second opposite Opein House mnylly idNKW V ALMN STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Sole asonts for tlie celebrated Omaba and Leader stoves Rooflnc and cut tcrlng promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of MurOcct and TUlid streets A It Glus locks old stand nplltidlw A JIKANl FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full line of Uurlal Robes and all articles re quired by the undertaking trade Orders prompt...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 March 1884

TIIE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY FAE MARCH 27 -1884 M UZKEtlS OniLREN My imirrerH nlmos trHzy IJorcliilren Ih ho bud An my drute bl sister Daisy Docs make her dreilul sad Bo Blio sayn An Diilsy Is a norful clrl llor nleo new frock nlie toied An tuiiso she had her hair to turl Vhy she why alio Jus roared Yeseidiiy When baby cwyed hh muzzer said Go an wock little Clnlr Sho put truniH In his ttitdlu spread An chem lum in Ills bull Jozer day Dcsi Iso sometimes nortul too Of tourse 1 Is I know Hut whats a ylttle ulrl to do When hho dont won or cow uu ohho tarnt Sho dot to try j be tross too When slios so small as me Thats all the way who has to do When wi tiled dont ooseof Touro oo do When Iso weally dootl an nice KroUKb all de diute long day Pupa tails mo a peurl ol nrlze An imisera dliiil to say She wasdood The Sunday law is rigidly enforced nl Portsmouth A immthuctivi cyclone is reported in South Carolina Tiik friends of the Whisky bill are said to bo less hopeful Tue Stale Senate has fix...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 March 1884

ff - i THE DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY EVE MARCH 27 1884 bosbbr McCarthy Publishers and Proprietors TO WnoM ADDRESH A LI COMMUNICATIONS In the matter of muslo Wo own that wo len To the song of the saw Anil the planing machine The whir of the lathe The click of the Htlokor That our heart when wo hear It Beats hlKher and quicker IIomi ty Dumity coining Saturday April olh Well if this isnt spring I How teni pus does fujiit Pig stock in Mnysville is depressed this week cause too much assessor Lahoiiehs aro engaged to day digging the foundation of the new pottery build ings It is either the gardens or gardeners that are backward we are not certain which - - The street railway company has adopt ed a rule that children occupying seats in the cars must pay regular fare One of our leading hatters is getting up a bean jar scheme The lucky guesscr will be well rewarded for his trouble A large stock of handsome furniture will arrive this week for Mr Henry Ort He will be able to exhibit the latest s...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 27 March 1884

P jLi is 1 VK lfc tii ENGLANDS COURTESY Tho Formal Presentation of the Steamer Alert Ittlntntcr Lowell lliIM llio American Vhii at lliu lcnk Ilnniiitlid GiipkIm On Una Id nt Ihc Iarlluu Luncheon Ioxdon Mnrch 27 Tho putting of tho wa sloop Alert recently presented by England to America to participate in tho Jieoly search expedition in commission yehterday was becomingly celebrated James Russell Lowell hoisted tho American colors at tho Alberts ieak Fifty guests lunched on board among whom wero tho Earl of Northbrook Hrst Lord of tho Admiralty and Lord Alcoster Admiral Seymour one of tho Junior Lords of the Admiralty Conspicuous among the company wore many famous for nrctic explorations as Vice Admiral Sir Francis McClintock who accompanied tho Sir John Franklin search expedition in 1848 and 1860 and commanded that of 1857 Sir Allen Young who served under McClintock in tho Fox and has made two expeditions tlueo in tho Pandora Sir Goorgo Nnres who commniided the Alert on her previous v...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 104 JOHN II POTNTZ JR INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for foil value Low rates Losses promptlypald No discounts No delays Office corner Third und arliet streets apiedly r UAGKLET Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER tlfcond Street mh28ly MAYSVILLE SY IlTRS F B COIiMNN MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnets Lacc and Millinery NollonR Prlceslow Second street Mrs George Burrows old stand apllCdly Lf IKS L 1OWIISG FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Kntlro satisfaction cuarauteed In all cases Secoud opposite Opera House maylly rGKW A AEiIKX STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Solo agents lor the celebrated Omaha and Leader stoves Roofing and KUt teriiiK promptly and satisfactorily done Cor ner of Mnuket and Third htreet A It Glas cocks old stand aplltkllw A 31KAXN FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by the unde...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE MARCH 28 1884 LntiTftD woman suffrage has been de feated in tlie Connecticut Legislature The value of the whisky exported from Lexington this month is 30000 Masaciicsetts Republicans favor Ed munds and Lincoln for the Presidency Only fourteen out of sixty six distill eries are running in tho Lexington dis trict The President has nominated Minis ter Sargent to succeed Minister Hunt at St Petersburg Mary Axdbkson has refused to marry an English nobleman from which wo may infer that that Louisville nobleman is still solid in her affections John D White has had distributed through the mountain counties a fiery circular directed against Arthur Com missioner Evans and the administration in general A recent rule of the Court of Appeals relative to petitions for rehearing is causing so much adverse comment that the Legislature will be called on for cor rective legislation - i o The President lias recommended an appropriati m for tluj re construction of the navy...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1884

Ji 14 TnE DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY EVE MARCH 28 1884 ROSSER MoCARTHY Publishers anil Proprietors 1o Whom Addbesb all Communications Bid trade Things humming Good times Now coming New pottery Hummer oar Host lowu Anywlmr Evekyhody is going to sco Humpty Pumpty Tiik bees in this neighborhood stood lho winter well ami are in good condition Jiis spring Kkmkmhku the sale of the Geo Graham farm to morrow morning at 10 oclock See advertisement The Handy No 2 is doing nn excellent business She is one of the most popu lar boats on the river Tiik new ollice of Myall Riley is a ery handsomely fitted room When 3011 come to town drop in and look at it Tin next item of interest will bo the new opera house The project is in good hands and there is n certainty that the work will be well done The IkiuvriN is indebted to Represen tative Kehoe for an official copy of the Educational bill now being considered by the Legislature The Lexington Advortiser has been bought by Major P P Johnson who illnmkeit a ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 28 March 1884

TUE BATTLE FOUGHT Another Victory For the British General v Tlie A rob ncticis Knully Put to rjlfcht AVItU no IlrltUli CiiNiiaU I tics Other Current ovn v of Foreign LuikIm i Jvpr Cairo March 28 Colonel Kitchener and Major Rundlo havo startod from Cairo to co operate with Captain Chcrmsido in ne gotiations for opening tho rond to Berber Telegraphic coinmunication botweeii Ber ber and Khendy is restored London March 2S General Graham telegraphs this morning Tho evening and night wero cool The reveille was sounded this morning at 880 and as quickly as possible the troops got in readiness to ad vance on Tamaniob Tho cavalry are in front tho infantry follow in echelons of brigado squares with guns between tho brigades A later dispatch says the Brit ish advancod to day to Tamaniub und burned the village Suakim March 23 Tho British forces begun to advance on Tamanieb at 5 this morning Firing opened at 730 and was brisk upon both sides The robels wero in larger numbers than yesterday The E...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 March 1884

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN VOL 3 NO 105 JOHN B POYKTZ JR INSURANCE ACENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for full value Low rates Losses promptly paid No discounts No delays Office corner Third and arket streets apl6dly T UACKLEY Wholesale and He tall BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER Uroond Street mh28Iy MAYSVILLE Y Vf RS F ft COLLINS MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING Latest styles of Hats Bonnet Laces and Mllllneiy Notions Prices low Second street Mrs Ueorge Bui rows old stand aplHidly TjkTIW LOU lOWMNG FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Mllllneiy Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Millinery Goods generally Entile satisfaction tsuuranteed In all cases Second opposite Opera House mayfly POXinr AIIKJ STOVES GRATES TINWARE uiautels etc Sole agents tor the celebrated Orrmhn and Leauer stoves Koottng and gut terlug promptly nnd satisfactory done Cor ner of Munkt and Third stieets A U Glas cocks old stand apUtJdlw A MKAAS FURNISHING UNDERTAKER Full lino of Burial Robes and all articles re quired by tho undei ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 March 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY KVE MARCH 20 1884 RIOT AT CINCINNATI Ten Thousand People Wrought to Fury by the Berner Verdict Make an Organized Attack on the Jail to Lynch Throe ors Tho Jail Sot on Tiro by tho Mob Anil thoMJIllary Culled Oitt Tlio Mill litry II ro Ijum tlin Mob nail Utli ami Wound Nvorniilystitnil ers In flicj Condition ftStKJv Ilerncr Kmchics Cincinnati Ohio Marsh 2S 18S4 Ten thoimnd people gathered nt Music Hall to night to express indignation at the Berner verdict Resolutions were pissed condemning kAfter adjournment the crowd moved to the jail andattacked the front door At 940 tho riot alnrmwns sounded and the entire politic went to the jail Tho oinrcrsorderedthe crowd to move and not being obeyed tired in the air The police aresaid toj be in sympathy with the movement At 11 p m the crowd got inside the jail having pre viously broken open a blacksmith shop to get tools No resistance Jwas offered At 11H0 tho First Regiment of Ohio National Guards marched from the Co...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 March 1884

I WJU AS THE DAILY BULLETIN SATURDAY EVE MARCH 29 1884 BOSSEE MCCARTHY Publishers and Proprietors Jo Whom address All Communications We never speak As wo pass by Hecausc you see lies mad ut I Ills lovely odo Upon thoSpilug Is now u poor Waste basket tiling Takk the ohililrcn to seo Iluniiity Dunipty Riv F S Poimtt will preach boro to morrow morning and night Theke are no cases of small pox at Miiyslick now Please niako a noto of hat d Drapers UncleToms Cabin Company Monday April 7th Dont forget the date - Tun new fashions in mens and boys thocs at C S Elinor Bros are cer lainlv verv handsome Tm new sign in Frank Hansons win dow attracts much attention It is a handsome piece of work No bells ring so loud as a good adver tisement People are more apt to heed what thev read than what they hear Mn John Everett arrived last night to attend the bedside of his sister His place on the Telegraph is supplied tem porarily by Jlr Robert Cnrtmell mm An embryo A T Stewart has lately entered tho se...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 29 March 1884

CONDENSED NEWS Bkverau shocks of earthquake occurred In Sclavonla Matthew Arnold mada je 1200 by hit lecturing tour In America Thk Czar has given orders for the ener eetlu Rustication of Poland Kkhry says if the negotiation in Mada gascar fall no effort will be tparcd to bring the novas to terms Ir is Announced that Gladitone has recov ered his imial hcnltli and will return tc Parliament Monday Tub bill making eight hours a days work of Government employe will be ie ported favorably from the House Commit Uo on Labor Thk internal revenue reeoipts of the Gov rrument for the past eight mouths were 7S00010 a falling on of 18451500 fioiv the Fame time in 1883 Skvatohs Ikoallh Sawyer Jones ol Florida and Manderson with their faint lies loft Washington Thursdiy morning for a pleasure trip to Jacksonville Kla James Bryant Jr a well known mci chant of Woedsport Now York committed suicide by shooting himself through the head Ho has boon partly insane Tub Houso Committees on Labor agr ed to ma...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1884

DAILY VOL 3 NO 10 0 VEUA HOUHK SATURDAY APRIL 5 Always tbe Host The origlnul iiuil only NICK ROBERTS HUMPTY DUMPTY AND Star KjieclHlty Company JCLOWNSg ORIMAMII HHOMIO nnd PEDRO tlie prealest Tiick Clowns In tlio woildsuppoited iy n company if acknowledged Pantomlm nuts and tho brilliant Htiir Hpeclnlly Company BIL VElt COKNKT BAND ami OPERA OR UHE8TKA KeservedseatsOOeents gonoinl admission 35 cents children 25 Heats now on tale at Taylors newsstand TOXIN II IOYNTXJtt INSURANCE AGENT Oldest and best Companies Insures for nil viilno Low rates Losses piomptly paid Ifo discounts No delays Office corner Third and arkot streets apltkily IMS LOU lOWUSU jl FASHIONABLE MILLINER Fall Hats Millinery Goods Bonnets Rib bons Flowers and Altlllupry Goods generally Kniiresatlstactlon uuiiruiiteed In all cases Second opposite Opeia House muyJly E GNKWdr ALIil V STOVES GRATES TINWARE mantels etc Bole ageuM lor the celebrated Omaha and Leimer stoves Hoofing and aut tering promptly and satisfactorily ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1884

TILE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY KVE MARCH 31 1884 LOUIS VEU1LLOT The pathetic donth bed vorsos of UouIh Venlllot uro thus trnushitcd by u correspon dent of tlio Nation Plnco rtt my hUIo my pon The Chrttt abovo iiy heart This volume nt my feet and then Tho colllu nulled dcpiitt I When the Inst pinyer In said Tlio cross plant over me j And nu the Mono Unit minks my bed Cnrve 1 believed 1 see Say inomt yourselves Ho sleeps Done all that he devised Or rattier May Ho vigil lu eps Where dreams aiu run 1 1 zed Jesus my hope I on earth 1 never shinned ofthee Bftotu tlio Thro io In my noro dearth lie not tisliunicd of me I London Weekly IteRlstor Two new daily papers havo started nt Lexington to take the phico of the Ad vertiser Tiik Komiui Ciitholics of America will hold a Knirifi convention at Ualtitnore November I Tin bonded extension bill Jhhs been defeated in the House of Representatives y a vote of 185 to 8 Kkntucky distillers do not anticipate any serious financial trouble over the de feat...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1884

I II I THE DAILY BULLETIN MONDAY EVE MARCH 31 1884 BOSSEE MoCABTHY Publishers and Proprietors To WnoM Address An Communications Old Kentuck hauls In her horns And sidles under klver For bUc cant lipid a caudlo to That State across tlio river Old Ilumpty Dumpty is coming Sat urday April 5tli Thk engine br ilor and other machin ery for the new furniture factory Imvo been received A TKiEonAM was received yesterday runounciiiK that Thomas Green colored -was killed at Cincinnati on Saturday night during the attack on Powells gun Btore He was tho son of llev Elisha Green - A ToiiAcco barn owned by Messrs Charles and Allie McAtee in tho Slack neighborhood was destroyed by tire on Saturday afternoon about four oclock Fifteen thousand pounds of tobacco were turned The loss is about 2500 and ihe insurance 000 Somk very handsome Rcpouseo or iammered brass work done by an ama teur a lady of this county is on exhibi tion in Owens Mclllvainey ik Cos show window As the lady has had no in Htruction...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 31 March 1884

BERNERS EXPERIENCE Hia Torriblo Flight From the In furiated Mob nr Ho Wan Slipped Out of the City and IlccoKiilzctl Ills Torriblo State of FrlKlit When Captured Columbus March 31 William Herner lb Cincinnati murderer who escaped from his guard while en route to tho Pen itentiary was captured near Montgomery by Hamilton County officials and taken to asters Crossing for dinner thonee to Mi fttnlville whoro ho was put on the Colum bia train and locked up in the express car with a Deputy Shorilf They tolographed ahead and tho train on arrival at Columbus stopped in front of tho Penitentiary where a squad of polico und prison guards met the prisoner and landed him behind the bars ut HtM P M Ho soomed to fool greatly relioved when ho was safely inside tho prison walls and his couutcnauco showed plainly he was sat isfied with his position at this time and that tho mob at Cincinnati could not reach him Tho excitement hero has been in tenso all day tho polico being doubled fcftor tho Nationa...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 April 1884

ORDER m CHAOS SEE OLOUD SLOWLY LIFTING Though Great Excitement and Anxiety Still Prevail The Itlllltnry Thoroughly Organized and Fearful Slatijrhtrr the I n cvltnblc Ilcnult of any At tack that Muy be Made IncliloutH of the Troultlc Cincinnati O March 81 As tho sun roso tills morning it looked down upon the smoking ruins of tho Court llouso its rays shown upon the polished brass of tho cannon botoro tho entrance of the Jail and gleamed upon the bayonets of tho soldiers lying behind the barricades Everywhuio about tho place wero tho mili tia and the polieo while tho barricades tho ftaekod muskets and the predominant of military uniforms gave the scene a deci dedly warlike appearance All possible preparations for dofenso wore made and tho bloodstained pavements and bullet pierced wnllsaround showed this was not all mere show But it is hoped that the troublo is over This hope is general It was feared last night that tho mob would attempt to plun der tho city Hut this was prevented uud ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY IMv APRIL 1 1884 Tiiekf is said to be no prospict of tlio pnBsinn of a law nbolishintJ the tnx on tobacjo m A despatch loriiwu lust niclit report- all quiet on tin dark ami bloody ground of Cincinnati m It is stated mi Wiisiinutiii that Sar gent did not desire to transfer from the Berlin mission to St lVleisbuor Hon Phil Thompson will introduce a resolution declining it inexpedient for the present Congress to abolish the tax on distilled spirits Duiuno a liot by a mob at Cincinnati the safest place is in a mnrdcicra cell It is only old men and children on tho street who are in danuer This is an Ohio idea 1 TunriE is a notable absence of accounts of Kentucky lawlessness from the columns of the daily journals of the Paris of America They seem to have other ilsh to fry at present Tin only work thoroughly done by the Cincinnati mob was the hiirninj of the court houso anil the records which in cluded tho indictments and evidence Mgainst a jail full of murderers...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 April 1884

THE DAILY BULLETIN TUESDAY EVE APRIL 1 1884 ROSSBH MoCARTHY Publishers autl Proprietors lo Whom addhkas All Communications CSs1 Kkstucky sends her compliments To her neighbor ovor tho Way And begs shell remember tho adage old Of canines having thelrdny And it may be well to remind her thai Jn giving to crlino n boost Tlio chickens she tins been Rending out Are coming home to roost Tun street csuirs currieil over a thous fiml passengers on Sunday JIumitv Dumitv will draw nn immenao house on Saturday April 5th i SuRHcnniB for tho Daily Bulletin if jon are not receiving it already Mr S 13 Oldham is enlarging his Vvisiness house on Second street Chester is rapidly assuming her old lime look A great deal of improvement jh going on there Lots of fun at tho opera house Satur day night Reserved seats 50 cents nil admission 35 cents The new furniture factory will begin ork in about four week and the new jottery the second week in May The city authorities are showing com mendable activity in ...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily evening bulletin. — 1 April 1884

CONCMJJlKn FHM vffvr llflP ultciiiont Crowds gathered at every cor ner and discussoJ tin- situution Many Mtloona were open in spite of the Mayors proclamation and tbo patrons wore all talking light A reportorinl stroller came iiGro s a gang of a lot of young folks loaded up to the muzzle with bad whisky who actually proved to attack the intrenched militia with brick bats This was at Thir teenth utui Walnut They got within a block of tho canal bridge which to go upon wns almost certain death when they dis persed Another crowd of nearly fifty gathered in about tho same neighborhood and marched to Music Hall They oirectod an entrance and flocked into Power HalL Their object was not plunder but to obtain jHissession of the six pounders of tho Second Knttary of tho O N G of which there were about half a dozen Tho crowd were busy putting th wheels on the carriages when thoy were surprised by Company E Sixth Regiment of Lancaster commanded by Captain Getz and by Company D of tho same regim...

Publication Title: Daily Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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