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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 November 1882

WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 8, 18S2. BOSSEP.& McCarthy, PUBLISHERS ANp JUlOPRIliTORSj 'TftfisS o'ie(rri The messages now coming In, By telegraphic tap, ' V Seem lo very plainly hint, , Of sometUUlg tieazl.tb drap, And it Is now inorder for Republicans to pout, Because the drap by their machine, Has knocked the bottom out. Many of the farmers in Clark county are cutting the second crop of tobacco. at ri -. t i JUI in th'e 3 x leetwooa nas. resumea ner place resular trade after hems reoainted and provided with a new whistle. ' F Messrs. Sallee & Sallee, attorneys at law, have removed their oflice from Third street to the Eagle building on Court street. See their card elsewhgre. . One hundred and5 eighty votes were polled at Mayslick for Culbertson, and of the number one hundred and "forty-five were negroes. This was ascertained by actual count. The following is1frotn -met Louisville Sunday ArgUs : " ' The Louisville detachment, assisted by the Emmet Rillesrof Maysvilte, occupied t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 8 November 1882

Not What it Used Tcr Was. e San Francisco is rapidly forsaking the "dandy rig" of the gambler and assuming the sober garb of commercial propriety. Stocks have gone "all endways." Tno old times when fortunes were made and lost in a day when a man might go to bed a pauper and wake a millionaire, or wnke a millionaire and go to be a pauper have vanished. Nor is it probable -that they ever will rerurn. Those were times 1 Refer to them in the presence of any one who knew them in their golden prime, and mark how his eyes will glisten. How eagerly will he launch forth unon a sea of anecdote 1 How he will revel in the train of recollections thus induced 1 "Dog-gone if I know the place 1" said an old fellow to me when I was last there. " Ye never see a shot fired from year's end to year's end now. No, sir. Why, it isn't often ye even hear a champagne cork drawn. 'Stead of the chink of gold, ye her nothing but the scratching of pens. All the boys are gone, and there's only store clerks and so...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 November 1882

fe " vjrmW mm .- rM(MMM -. m "luau.. !' " EVENING BULLETIN. (( i )i " HEW TO THE LIKE, LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." VOLUME 1. MAYSYILLE, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. NUMBER 301( Down Tliey Go. ! Meaning the prices of job printing. The i flowing, low rates will herenfter rule at the Bulletin Job Printing Rooms. They are the lowest ever offered in this city by any printing establishment. The reduction does not mean careless printing aud inferior stock, but on the contrarv first-class press-work and composition and the best quality of paper: 1IH1 Mends per ream $5 00 Two Renins 9 00 tetter Iffcmls per renin -4 50 PncketNotcKemls per ream 3 00 Commercial Note IXenilK per ream 2 75 Envelopes per tlionvmutt & 00 Visiting CnrIs fifty 25c And other printing at proportionately low prices. Hosser Sz McCarthy. SCHOOL BOOKS! SLATES, INKS, COPY PENCILS, EXERCISE, BOOKS, PENS, AND SATCHELS. SGfWOl SUPPLIES! PRESENT Given to every child at J. O. PEOOR, & CO.'S. BRIDAL PRESENT...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, THURSDAY EVENING, NOy. 9, 1882. The Evknino Bulletin Is published daily, and served iree of postage at G cent per week; 25 cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 31.50 per six months, and 63 per year, payable in advance. EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY. CHESTER AND ABERDEEN. OHIO. THAN ANY OIHERPAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE. In Montgomery county, as well as in Mason, the Republicans were obliged to buy their own voters. Votes for John D. White, at Mt. Sterling, cost from $2 to $25. The Republicans there, as here, were well supplied with corruption money, and in the use of it were very active. Montgomery county gave Adams a majority of about 300. m The Cincinnati Commercial says: It was a conspiracy of bosses against our Eepublican form of Government. They wanted a big boss to parcel out the spoils among an aristocracy of bosses. They were beaten, and Garfield elected President denied his boss and was murdered. He would never have ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 November 1882

DAIETEVENINQ BULLETIN, THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 9, 1882. rosser & McCarthy, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. &gu$ In district fight -we met the boys, And spite of work and prayers, We very much regret to say, It looks as though we're thelr's. Though battle very warm was waged ; Wo made our greatest spurt, Now don't you think it very strange, That none of us got Hurt ? The Bulletin is indeb.ed to Captain George Tudor's orchestra for a serenade last night. Old "Hutch" is on top again. The crushing out business seems to have been a miserable failure. Bargains in wall paper 8, 9 and 10c. A few gilt patterns at 15c. n9dlw Morrison & Kackley. Mr.. A. M. Bramel whose barn was burned on the 26th ult., has received the amount called for by his policy in the Springfied Fire and Marine Company. The Daily and Weekly Bulletin may be had at the following places in this city: Morrison & Kackley's book store, Frank Fhister's book store, Harry Taylor's news depot. A wagon heavily loaded wit...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 9 November 1882

A Carious Swindle. v A most unique swindle is unearthed in the current nnmhpr of I union Trutk. During tliopast tewyeiv on this sido have turned their attention to the desire which is felt by many English boys vhoe parents have a little money to qualify to become farmers in America. Thoe "philanthropists" have their partners in Lon-,don, who, in some cases, have opened offices, and in others affected a quasi-official connection with ttie Canadian -and American Governments. Theo speculators ostensibly undertake to placj young- men under the care of farmers in this country upon the payment of from $250 to $500 a year, in reality, however, their prime object is plunder. In plausible prospectuses they hold out a bait that two or three years' tuition wiU give the boys such a mastery of the science of agriculture that the road to fortune will be much easier than "rolling off a log." From the experience given by some of the disgusted youths who have straggled home again these swindlers han...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 November 1882

mm1 'where satisfaction. jqr VJ 1MK ied. umentsat tro notedjor ujhh:')wiu Rrveehtlre AUUwlwneed eood instruments at moderalei are invited taeal). I will take pleasure rirexfimfliig thVlns'tnimenta and in' 4"jHAI,jntoc. tlyaday arnomd' 'elklly'maat, fc O ostly outfit free. Address Tkck Co. Augusta, Maine 'wartaly 'AS. H..SAILEE, - . CLARENCE Ii. SALLEE. SAtLEE & SAtLEE, ATTORNEYS AT I. AW Ami Real Estate Agents: ' L OFFJ CE ON COUXT STREET . . seplfldly MAYSVILLE, KY. T A PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. SH. POE'S photograph;' gallery has arrived . iu East Maysviliennd is now open to the public on Lexington street, near Amazon Hall. The best of work Is guaranteed ana prices low. Ice cream candy and fine candy of all kind prepared ot the gallery. nudlw Sstatolislxecl 1865. EQUITY GROCERY. G. W. Xo. 9, W. Second St., Opp. Opera Iffon.sc, Fruits and Veeetablesln season. Your patronage respectfully solicited. jMdlv THE WW PIANO. For power, purity of tone,brllllancy of touch, beauty of finish and ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 10;iSS2: aWTEiois: Tlie Evening Bulletin is published daily, nud served nee of postage at 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 7o cents per throe months ; S1.50 per six months, and $8 per year, payable in advance. e-THE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN ANY OTHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE. Kentucky has 208 newspapers. California received 4.155 immigrants during October. Freedom did not shriek very loudly -when Stnlwartisin fell. - 4fr Blackburn carried every county in his district by good majorities. ' m - II. That one Republican in the Kentucky delegation, if he gets his seat, will feel awful lonesome in the 48th congress. The majority in New York continues to climb up. It has now reached 190,000, with a probability of going still higher. The latest returns show that the next house of representatives will have 1SG Democratic and 134 Republican members. ,. How does this ticket st...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 November 1882

DAILY EVENING BULLETIN, FRIDAYEV"ENING, NOV. 10, 18S2: KOSSER & McCAETHY, PUBLISHERS AND PKOPIIIKTORS. In looking o'er the battle field, It plain appears to us, That with the "grand old party" now, Things hardly could be"wus3," And to disinterested ones, The outcome of the strife, Is that the Rads must pack their Vgtlps," And slink to private life. The Cincinnati Daily News is expected to apjpear this week. m s Ooii. Hurt's majority in Bracken county is 121, a Democratic loss of about 700. "VVm. Wright, who had his loot crushed by cars at Lexington recently, died on the 6th inst. Mr. C. H. Cooper's new dry good store, on Second street, has been supplied with plate glass windows. We want to know if " Hutch" is going to be easy on the boys whether he is going to rub it in hard or not. Old rubber boots and shoes are quoted at 4 cents per pound, owing to the combination in crude material. Now is the time when the young Nira-rod goes out and shoots a sick rabbit and reports the slaug...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 10 November 1882

- r years . Booms aro Mwedl lone lived. r J I -ar - Lemons. . . The following concise account of the ., property arm unq of the lemon is ' taken from an exchange : ' "The lemon is a natire of Asia, although it is cultivated in Italy, , Portugal, and in the south of France. . In Europe, however, it seldom exceeds ! the dimensions of the smallest tre, while its native state is to grow over ninety feet in height. ' Every part of tliis"tree is valuable in medicine, though we rearly employ any . of it hut its fruit, that is the lemon itself. " 'And every one knows how to employ this, as in lemonade : T.o squeeze the juice into cold water, this is the shortest way, or to cut into slices and let soak in col'd water; or to cut into slices and then boil it; either way is good. Lemonade is one of the best and safest -drinks for any person, whether in health . or out. It is suitable in all stomach disease is excellent in sickness in cases of jaundice, gravel, liver complaint, inflammation of t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 November 1882

I INES' ifxfi&isa&i AND EtOOKS, . A.TCHELS. :t ?AWZ. il "MM ( "S K ri r " t rf SUPPLIES . r mA PR1SI1HT. Glva t every child At ?-i Jl TOO TOO" RUEAL, AND TRULY RURAL. Oh! Isn't the country just lovely? So peaceful and quiet und all that; It seems like a dream or an opera. Of course, dear, your new Watteau hat, Tho one that you wore as Maud Muller, When to Cambrlnl, the art styou sat. Yes, we'll stroll for nwhfl? amid Nature, And v.sit each wdd woodland nook; Cull daisies an 1 other sweet flowerets, On the banks of some cleai. purling brock. A pink sash? No; blue is more rural. No gloves! Why how odd you will, look. No doubt dear, we'll meet with a shepherd, With curls, and a crook, and a lute That he'll play Ike a very-Apollo, And be dressed in a green velvet suit. His eyes will be big-, sad and tender Oh! bother 1 Please button this boot. Just think of tho bavc, handsome mowers, Who merrily warble their lay, At five o'clock in the morning-, To milkmaid0, who3e work Is but p...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 November 1882

JW D&TtfiVENING BUfLETft. I', aWflonaaJi: 5: . 2ri r , know thomeanmc: of the ' political revi S'TURDAVY EVENING, NOV. 11, 1S82. ; tion which struck its firatiblow in,OHio in wS'TEitats : The EytNUSG Bulletin is published dally, nutl seiveri lice or postaae at 0 cents per week; 25-cents per month; 75 cents per three months ; 1.50 per six months, and 53 per year, payable in advance. ftTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY. CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO, THAN ANY OIHERPAPER PUBLISHED IN MAYS-VILLE. WHITE'S ELECTION CLAIMED. Ulae Paper Kallots Used )r the Republicans WhicU will Probably be Thrown Out. Special to the Daily "Bulletin. Lexington, Kw, Nov. 11, 12 p. m. Information from Republican sources places White's majority in the Tenth District at twelve hundred. The Republicans in Clark, Estill and other counties voted blue paper ballots which the Democrats will try to throw out. Transcript. Gov. Butler, years of age. of Massachusetts, is 64 Omly two cases of y...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 November 1882

" , DAILY' EVENING BULLETIN. saturday evening, nov. 11, 1882. bosses, & McCarthy, PURLISlERS A'D iPKOPRIKTpRS. W The biggest "tater" In the patch And by Bob Bedford grown, Is'ono 'gainst which "Yancey Red" Will fall to hold its own. And all the farmers hereabout "Will have a. mighty Job To grow a "tater" equal to The one called "Mammoth Bob." Babbits are abundant in market and cheap. , . . m , , Good butter may Wow be had at 25 cents a pound. F 1 "- The grand jury of Boyd county are investigating the Ashland affair. f t 5- ' CibculXtb the Daily Bulletin. The (it subscription price is twenty-five cents a month. Mrs, Eay, wife of Jr. D. S. Ray, of the Manchester neighborhood, died this week of cancer. A military company is farming in the First Ward. Thirty-five members have alrpady been enrolled. The leg of Willie Serry who was accidentally wounded by the troops at Ashland was amputated on Wednesday. It may. haye been "blood poisoning" in the Nortti as the Enquirer says, but over ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 11 November 1882

.i 4 '," wm lb ,.. , XiVXf,).,,,,,,, J "5. A Mousc'aiiu a Clam. " One night last week, at a late hour, p gentleman of this city, who, as a matter - of habit, rarely retires before midnight, had occasion at that 'pitching hour" to attend to the furnace fire before retiring. t The wind was blowing almost a gale, and the rain was pouring down in torrents, and the night was one to induce a feeling of "uncertainty" in the heart of the bravest. The gentleman in tion never indulges in intoxicating liquors, and there is no reason to sup-, pose that his nerves were unusually disturbed. He is very fond of clams, ever, and on the morning of the day when .the incident occurred had ordered a peck of clams, which wtce to he cooked the next day. As he descended' the stair on his midnight errand, with a lamp in his hand, and shading the lamp with His hand to shield it from the draft, he. observed that the bucket of ; clams had been left at the foot of the stair3. ' Groping his way slowly down the s...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 November 1882

4 i I ply il. 4 ass. MEDE MAHKlNS.(Crushed Again) Bruno By the Bear THEORALTUSLUOH, (An Invited Guest) MR. F. W.STILL.MAN Ma, Look , , At Him .CLALTDB, ( Ebony Servant) MR. J. N. RUTHFRON A grand lncldentitl olio to the extra vaganz t, introducing the f Rowing specialties : In his neat Germau specialties, a la emmet, singing. "He Gavs my Hand a Squeeze," 'Schnide How Youjyas.,,..Venjhe Moon.iigffijr'ifrflfl " Cuckoo song. TJBtE CALIFORNIA josie SISBOlsTS oscar In their original musical burletta, entitled OII, WHAT A PIC-NIC," KITTIE PARKER, (Our Little Girl From School) JOSIE SISSON FOOLISH BILLY SIMPKINS, (Kitties' Bean) OSCAR SISSON MB, T. W. STILLMAN. As Prucella Poole Bedott, and the crushed tragedian. miss josie gossan; In her dialect and character impersonations. Dolly Dob ns, (A Yorkshire lass with song, body As ned You Sir, She Said. BIDDY MULROONY , With song, '0ur Summer Morning and Irish jig. "WIDOW CRYTVELL With song, Keno Kino. The whole to conclude with the parade of T...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 November 1882

V ' .. -, '- p B -v- w . . Rj?B S ' DAIEY EVENING BUELETINi ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " . 't ..: . MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 13, 1882. irciWTiiiS'Ev.EMait.BlJLLE'liN hah .a LARGER CIRCULATION IN THIS 'CITY, , CHESTER AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN -ANY 01 H ER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M VILLE. Thurlow Weed, the veteran journalist, is said to be rapidly failing. "N m. Jones, who made an attack upon .the late Chailes J. Guiteau, the fetalwart Republican, is to be tried this week at Washington for assault. ''The Mason Democrats deserve a gold medal. 'Jwiugsvllle Outlook. The brass one we have is sufficient, at present, for all intents and purposes. . The Methodist Episcopal Association, which met at New York on Priday, appropriated to Kentucky churches $5,000 and of this sum $2,700 goes to Lexington The New York Herald is the authority for the following., "To prepare cranberries properly they should be cooked for hours and not stirred, that they may be4 transparent and pink." In 1874 a Democratic House ot Represen...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 November 1882

v . 1 - J:r r f NMM HlMkMAiafrWftlhMMlttiwMvM WM'tX'.iemav v monday evening, nov. 13, 1832. josser & McCarthy, UMLISUEUS AyDPROPKIKTOItS. :m The winter klnc is now at large And through the North Is bumming, And down this way as sure as fate, The polar wave is coming. 'And 'soon will come the shivering, The gaunt wolf at the door, And many so-called Christians will, Put thumb-screws' to the poor. - i Dr. Thos. S. Sharpe, formed v of this, city, died atNhtchez, Miss;, on the 8th inst A factory .for furnishing chair staff ol all kindd has been "established at Portsmouth. Look out for the polar wave. It is com ing. a The Missouri river is full of ice and ten feet of has fallen in Minnesota Oscar McDobftiE, son of Mr. A. J. Mc-Dougle, in plimbing over a fence yesterday afternoon, fell and broke his right arm. 4 4 Green corn,1 stringb.eans and lettuce are out of place in November, but never-less they were to be had in this market on Saturday. 4 Q l It is rumored that the Fleetwood, Te...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 13 November 1882

.Y . Pj v t N; Success With Turnips. Turnips or nit. a bagas need a rich, ' 'ell-drained, mellow soil. It can hardly be too rich with well-rotted barn-yard manure, and if then some phosphate or bone dust is added it will like ly increase the crop. The condition of the soil, as regards moisture at the time of sowing lias much to do with 1 success. A large yield will depend very much on having an even stand all over, the field. The soil must not be too wet nor dry. In either case there will be many vacant places. If rather dry, work the land with the cultivator, roll and sow immediately all in the same day giving no opportunity for drying before the seed is in the "ground. If quite dry plow again and roll just before sowing. If sown on level ground always roll before sowing: One to two pounds of seed for aft. acre. Some prefer to ridge the land. This is done with a shovel or common plow, then put on a roller and the ridges will be llattened so as to allow the drill to be ued. It is ea...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 November 1882

l&tv ger, thejrwnptacpni the mnurer .y;nereis I DfJUOB. 1UC.VAT nod. uments an e noted fdr 'jLtemmm totw.wfcmwi tmw;mi Wherever tma have fi&r&r to aiva enure satisfaction. AU.Mjj)Md good Instruments at moderate coji Are iJxviifatqcMll. Iwllltalw l urnighlng Jiiftf.qrjaatlpn dirtjid..Addre6S, , CIGARS, THE BEST FIVE CENT PIGAR IN THE MARKET. F OR SAIiE AT J. C. Pecor & Co.'s sep27dtw0m , i Drugstore. SCHOOL BOOKS! PENCILS, " INKS, COPY SCHOOL I 'Jth!TljrfifW fh&4 vr, "mmvmimkwi v. Friendliness. What a world this would bo if everybody wore the enemy of every other body! . It would be a realized hell. Again, what a world this would be if ovary one were the friend of every one! It would be heaven upon earth. AVho is,ho that relishes the thought of having pcrsor.al enemies? Such a one must be mor1 han a stoic. It is- natural for rn 1 ,.ifc frieuli. Ilovy may we gee them? Solonrm says; "A man that hath frionds must show himself friendly." In what maimer should we show ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening bulletin. — 14 November 1882

I 3C DA1LX iiVJiilHlJNli BUMETlSl, TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 14, 1882. tm Teiwis s The Evi.NiG Bulletin Is published UAily, and teived lite of postage ut 0 cents per week; 25 cents per month; 75couts per three months ; SI. 60 per six mouths, aud 3 per year, payable in advance. OOTTHE EVENING BULLETIN HA8 A LABGEK CIRCULATION IN THIS CITY, CHLSTLU AND ABERDEEN, OHIO. THAN ANY O'l HER PAPER PUBLISHED IN M AYS-VILLE. The Bonn Eater's Revenge or Ben's victory is what some cultured Republicans call it. . i The expenses of the Ashland campaign for pay, transportation and subsistence of troops, amounted to $8,000. - fr -- ' ' ' Mi:s. Edith Harlan Child, daughter of Justice Harlan, of the Supreme Court, died at Chicago Sunday morning. "Will E. English is said to have decided to contest in congress the election of Hon. Stanton J. Peele from the 7th district. Ex-Governor Hart, alleged to have been elected to congress in the Portsmouth (Ohio) district is to have his seat contested bv Mr. Neal. Sec...

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