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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 February 1870

Selected Miscellany. A MUSICAL BOX. BY W. W. STORY. Phe's perie"t to wliri! with in a waltz: Aud htr UiouiitcrssUow well ou a soft ilivan, Ah she loimpes at n:?litand spreads ln r silks. And p!a; with lier bracelet aud ilin her tun. . Herdury Ibis Christian never oinit! She makes her calls, and she leaves lier cards, And enchants a circle ol hAll-flixl'ed wit, Ami shni attaches, and aix-fKt guards. : . Is thin te thins tot a mother or wife ? Could lore ever intivjoo such barren rocks T la this a com patio, i to take fur a aift ? One o.i0Lt as well marry a musical box. Yon exhaust to a day her full extent: Tis tha aumo little tinkle of tunes always; Ton lnnst wind her np with a compliment, To be bond Willi the only airs she lay. DESOLATE. I strain my worn-onl sight across the sea. lhearthewan waves aebliinn uu thestiaud. My ees grow weary of tbe sea aud laud, Ol tbe wide deep aud the forsaken lea: ' Ah I Low, return all 1 Love, couie back to nie As well these el'biug -av-s I might Co...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 February 1870

Ct (tatrtatibe. JKi-KTH A. ICKI.I.T. K0ITOR II -COXXELSVII.LE, OHIO : Friday, Feb. II, 1STO. ANOTHER OF GRANT'S APPOINTEES. FOIXTECS. Mack," in the Cincinnati Enqui rer, under date of February 2nd, shows tip one of Grant's appointees to office, as follows : 'But every now and tcn an op portunity occurs for viewing a "specimen brick" here at Washing ton, and the object of this paragraph is to show ono of them to the pub lic. It is the person nominated by the model President to be the mod--l United States Marshal for Cali fornia the most important Feder :l office in the State. Mr. William (r. Morris is the individual thus honored ; and what I have to say about him I quote from a pamphlet now before me, entitled "The Rec ord of William G. Morris, nomina ted for United States Marshal of California." It consists of thirty eix pages, made up chiefly from Court records, and sebmiticd to the Senate Judiciary Committee for the di6'oyal purpose of defeatiug Gen. G rani's favorite candidate. H...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 February 1870

( Cnnscriralik TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADTAKCE. M'COXNELSNILLE : Febroary H IS TO. THE ELECTION OF SCHOOL DIRECTORS. The election, on last Saturday, held at the Mayor's Office, for the purpose of electing two Members of the Board of Directors for the McConnelsville Public Schools, was an event of no little significance tlsuallr, there has been Iillle or r.o interest manifested by our vo ting population in these elections; and, consequently, a few votes has generally placed our Public Schools under the guidance of almost any sett of men that ould accept the position and its responsibilities. But the Ilerald, of last wev'k, came out in a double-leaded edito rial, which called upon the people to give a ' full expression of their desires on this question, by rallying to the polls and voting for those they copsidered good and capable men; and'the people, thinking this adriceoftho Herald's welUtimed and worth following, did rally, and did vote but not muchly for An drew Kihkr, the Senior Pr...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 February 1870

;ycrtai Notices." Allf ersoas who are .flfilLctea with CONSUMPTION, Or any of its Kai ly Stages, such as a COUGH, COLD, Gi; BRONCHITIS. We offer a sure remedy, and give you evidence for proof that cannot be disputed. We will also warrant the remedy to niie sati&taction, or Uia money will be refunded. the remedy that can show more genuine evidence of merits than any other Balsam, Gocgh or Lung Keniedy ever offered to the public Mrs. Amy Kexsedt, writes from Painesville, Ohio, that she was twenty-four years arllicted with Aitkuia and Bronchitis ; Doctors fail to cure : "In taking np one of your Almanacs, I read of the wonderful cure by tiie use of Ali.ks s I.unu Halsam 1 w.ts sutferinjr much at the time with A si lima and Bronchitis. 1 thought 1 would try a t otile of it. laid so, and was relieved in a tow days, so that 1 could sit up. 1 am sixty-live years age. it is now twenty lour years since I have been so arreted, and 1 have been doctored by many different physicians; have al...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 February 1870

Selected Miscellany. WOMAN'S WORK. Damtni? little rtockmss For restless little feet; Wssliiiig little (aces To keep them den and sweet ; Hearing Bible lessons; Teat-biue c Web ism; - praying for tslvation team bera.y aud schism - - - Women's work. Sewing on the buttons; Overseeiig radons; Soothing with kind word Others' lamentations; Guiding clumsy BriaK?U, And coaxing sullen cooks; Entertaining company, . . And reacting recnt books -Woman's work. Burying out of sight - Her own annealing smarts; Letting tn the sunshine On other clonded hearts ; Binding up the wounded. ' ' And healing ( the sick ; Bravely inarching onward, . . Through dangers dark and thick Woman's work. Leading little children. And bleicg manhood's years; Showing to the sinful Bow God's forgiveness cheers; Scattering sweet roses Along another's path, ' Smiling by the wayside; Content with what she hath Woman's work. Letting fall her own tears. Where only God can see. Wiping o another's with tender sympathy; Learning...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 February 1870

Cjt Constrbatik JOStrH A EEU.T, EDITOR XXD FEOF&IETOK. IL'COXNELSYLLLE, OHIO Friday, Feb. IS, ISTO. ENLARGED. THE CONSERVATIVE AN EIGHT COLUMN PAPER—THE LARGEST DEMOCRATIC PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN MORGAN COUNTY— CONTAINS MORE READING MATTER THAN ANY PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN THE COUNTY. Had it not been that sickness in terfered with our arrangements, we nboold have had an article under the above heading in oar last week's itsne ; and, deeming this apology sufficient for sot mentioning the enlargement of our paper at that time, we will ask the attention of the public to this article. Something over three years ago, wLen the attempts of various par. ties to publish, with success, a Dem ocratic paper in this Cot tit y had proved lailures ; when the people had lost all confidence, it soenied, in the ability of any one to carry on this business successfully; when. if a man paid bis subscription in ad vauce, he was very fearful that be would never receive his full com pliment of papers ;...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 February 1870

TITO DOLLARS A ILAIl IX ADTAXCC. 3i'OONNL6VILLE : FRIDAY, . . . Feb. IS, 1STO. HO! FOR THE WEST!! Too, sho are going to the "West, bear in mind tb&t the Steamer Ca&kix Brooks will leave Zines villo for St. Loois and the Missouri River, on the 24th of March, 1870. For freight or passage apply on board, or to A. P. Stnltz, Gen. Steamboat Agent, Zanesville, Ohio. Feb. IS tf. xst Monday was Saint Valentine' day. For a bat, new, end of the latest tyle, go to II. Spence's. $31 Notice new advertisements is this week's issue. - p9 Rev. Dr. Stone, of Marietta, is here preaching in the interests of the Baptist Church, at the Town Hall. Bains: is the ItuKKBY Da. On Saturday xnurning last, a bout forty feet of the Uoke by Dam, on the west side of the river, wa carried away. It is thought it will take a boat fifteen days to repair it so as cot to in terfere with navigation. The present high water enables the boats io run, however. Chtkch Matt ess. During the past month considerable inter...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 February 1870

Special loticc5. Canker and Salt Hieuai-ynip, For tie Cure of Canker, Rait Rhenm. KrysipeUs, Scrota loos Diseases, maneous Eruptions, and every kind of Iheai-e an-riix trom an impure state of tbe blood. The mmoet Effective Island Purifier of the Aineteei.'h Centura r? Sold by all Medicine Dealers. Sold by Oukexf. 4 KcrixiN, Milwaukee. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from Nervous - Debility Premature Decay, mod all the affect of youth ful indiscrotMo, will, lor -the sake of suffering humanity, end free to all who need it, the receipt and directions - tor .ifV;-g "- ""llL' remedy by which be was cured. Sufferers wishing to protit by the advertisers experience by addressing, in perfect coniidence, JOHN" B. OUDI N, Ko, ti Cedar street, Ne York. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a weeks, by a very simple remedy, after bariug su .--.-ed several years with a severe lung aflection, and that dread disease. Consumption, is anxious to make k...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 February 1870

Poetry. A CONFESSION AND APOLOGY. 'Til tSni'tht I sfcaaM loo from life at last Thibfrt-rworiiiy 1ou?ior for tbe pt,- . . T ijn Wa re uiraro w Huiiug. ; For love, at-l tb love cf on ior one, Ia, at tie bent, uot all beneatU fb a an, ' .AidaVthcViirsi, "ti noUiiu. . Sot that, of all the pa t, I wculd forget One plea-are or one pain. I cherish jet, ' r .nd would aienoaor uevpr. ) All I ke felt. iBut, cherWird though H be, Tia time my past anooid aet my future free, : . , Foe life's renewed endeavor. . i '.!:: Jfcrt much I reverence that lemorse which fties To desert caves, and bids its orrpes fteapiae Themselves o hom it preya; ; -Wasting the wert .of- lifeea worthless pain. . T wake the future, as the past was. Tain. : By endless aelfiijrawe. " ' -'. As though. forsooth, because a man Is not Bis aeli-iifsde god, he needs mart cane his lot . iih seX-couti mpt 1 as though Roma aanalid maniic that with life-loss moan Insults man's fit sliad blood, with these hath done Tne best that man c...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 February 1870

k msttMfa. JOSEPH A. KELLY, EDITOR A5D rROPKIETOK. 11'CON.NELSYILLE, OHIO : Friday, Feb. 25, 1STO. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS. As the paid-up subscription of quite a number of our subscribers expires -bout this time of the year", we ahall mark the margin of all delinquent pa peri with the X" this week. As there are some on our list who hare been is arrears for some time, and hare not paid any attention to our request that tnej" should call and settle ; and as we occasionally receive a request from trach parties that their paper be stopp ed without the arrearages being settled, we publish the following United States 8upreme Court decisions for their ben fit, in the hope that they will see there by that the only legal method of stopp ing a paper is to first settle their in debtedness for the same : 1. Any person who takes a paper reg ularly from the post office- whether directed to his nam or another', or whether he has subscribed or not is responsible lor the payment. 2. If a pe...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 February 1870

m$txMk. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADTMCC. - M'COSNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . Feb. 25, 18TO. HO! FOR THE WEST!! You, ytho are going to the West, bear in mind that the Steamer Caekie Baooxs will leave Zanes ville for St. Lome And the Missouri Eiver. on the 24th of March, 1870. For freight or passago apply on board, or to A. P. Stnltz, Gen. Steamboat Agent, Zanesville, Ohio. Feb. 18 tf. THE LATE DR PERLEY B. JOHNSON. last Monday morning, at seTen o' clock, Dr. Perlst Broth Johxsox died at the residence of his son-in-law. Hon. F.W.Wood, in this Tillage, at the ad vanced age of seventy-one years, five months and three days. Dr. Johnson was born in the Block Bouse, in V arietta, Ohio, on the 18th 'of September, 179S. lie read medicine with Dr. John Cotton, of Marietta, and commenced practice with him in 1822. In 1823, he located himself permanent ly in JfcConnelsville, where he has ev er since resided, following his profes sion and filling many important posi tions of honor and trust up to the ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 25 February 1870

fecial Malices. Canker sid Ealt Rheum Syrup, "Fur the Oni or Canker, Fait Khenm. Fjs?ipeUs,Rerof a ' loos lipeses. Cutaneous 1 prions, and every kind of liisease ari-mjr in an aji . impure Mate ol Uietlood. . - The ewsf tftrtim bhmd PtttyierofOie A'maraen Ctfrny flf Sold by all Medicine Dealers, bold by GUtE A Lino. Milwaukee. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A GENTLEMAS who suffered for fear from Rerrons Debility Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth ful indiscretion, wiU, for the cake of suffering humanity. mend free to all ho need it, the receipt and direction ror making the simple remedy by which he was cored. b offerer wishing to pro til by the advertiser's experience - by mdilresbuig, m perfect con&denoe, . JOHN E. OGDt S. No. 42 Cedar street. New York. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The Advertiser, baring been restored to health in a weeics, by a very simple remedy, after having su irr ed several years with a aevure lnng affection, and t bat dread disease, ConMimption, is anxious to make tin w...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 4 March 1870

Poetry. THE TEUTON'S LAMENT. Mine Cot! mine Cot 1 Tt language dat, 1 cannot English spraken, Ftrikut so rare I apeak Un right, 6s aura I bee a mistaken. . - - I mean that tagerfkxen; . Bier man dem tings U14 101 ride 00 Ven day go dead blixen. . DeyeaydeyTle"bniiaing,- " Den "rase" It down ao cline; iir" ntu dem ting the ma trows. Ten it gets np to shine. '" "Hist means dem ting data eoot to eat, . "Mete" also means ting proper. Tis only 4 mete" to measure deee tings. Ten eteampoats "mete" the stopper. ( Ehcst deaame words means every ting. It makes no bnsineu whether ... , Yoa pell him dis or t'other way, ' Toa sounds almost like t'other. -ttinsCott mineCotl ao ears I knows, . ' I cannot English spraken. . Far Ten I "uose" I speak bias right, , Ty. then, I gets mistaken. DINING WITH A CANNIBAL. By Mark Twain. At Sxa. Pacific Ocean, 1 November SO. 1869. f -' "Just at this instant" continued the Kir.g, Bhe leached him, and he was saved! for, as the shark opened his great jaws, she th...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 4 March 1870

SttDitsettafibt. WOSIPH A. KELLT, EDITOR AKD 7KOPRJKTOK. ITCONNELSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, - - March 4, ISIO. GREENBACK PETITION TO CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. The Ohio Statesman of the 23th ultimo, says : "The petition, the form of which is given below, is now being circu lated and extensively signed in Lic king and other counties. The co py sent us, was with a request that we publish and endorse it which we do and that we request the Democratic journals throughout the country to publibh it. It would much facilitate the objects in view by the petitioners, if the Democra tic County Central Committees would place a copy in the hands of ome energetic men in each town chip, to secure tho signatures of all who approve of tho prayer of the petition, and then forward it to their member of Congress fur pres entation. There should be no delay in the matter... The petition asks or that which is for the best interest of the country and of the people, aud they should speak their wishes to Con ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 4 March 1870

t CflnserMfik TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADTAIVCC. JfCOXXELSVILLE : FRIDAT, . - March 4, 1STO. HO! FOR THE WEST!! Ton, -wLo are o:n? to the "West, bear in mind that the Steamer Carrie Brooks will leave Zanes ville for St. Lonia and the Missouri River, on the 24th of March, 1870. For freight or passage apply on board, or to A. P. Slnltz, Gen. Steamboat Agent, Zanesvitle, Ohio. The Brooks will leave ilcCon nelsville on the 25th of March; in this locality, those desinug passage, can apply to James Elwood, Wharf master at ATcConnclsville. Feb. 18 tf. Twelve conversions have been made at the Presbyterian Church, through the instiumentality of Rev. 11. Cooper, within the past two weeks. The Hcthodist Episcopal Sod able, at the residence of M. fcDnn- iel. on Tuesday evening, was patroniz ed to the extent of S. a. M outlet & Co's. Coixiir. Our read ers will perceive that some very ini portant changes have been made in D. II. Ifort'ey t Co's. Column of Retail Grocery Rates. Read it ! Special ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 4 March 1870

Special Polices. Dr. Manefirld Tarkifth S mp, w2id curt Seminal W eakness ar.d Permatorrb Price it Sent bv MDrffis to any address. . MA-Msr Sent bv express M. D., U aiain Street, t, Worcester. To the Indira.-Worn; B-' Cbrdtal Boh. o.rr,csi lor remain Complaints, ine safest and moat reliable remedy ever knon. W arranted in lU euM. Price i. witn 1 hrcctwna, eent by express to any addresa C MaNSj Ir,LD, M. 1- h& Mm VN orcostcr, Alasa Itcji ! Itdh 1 1 Itch in SCRATCH SCRATCH!! SCRATCH. 41 AVhcatou'a Ointment In from 10 to 48 hoars CttreaThe Itrh. Cures Salt Hue urn. ak Cures Tetter. Cure. Barbers' I tea. Cures Old tserefl. Curat emery Hud qf lutmorVkk MAGIC. Price, 50c. a box; by mail, 80o 1 a- . AA.'iww WETXS A POTTEK.1T0 Washington St." tWMlabraUDnigt-Hitft All Persons vho are Afflicted vrith CONSUMPTION, Or any of its Early Stages, such aaa COUGK, COLD, CI. BRONCHITIS. W. offer a aura remedy, and give yon evidence for nmnf that cannot be disputed. We will also warrant the remedy ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 March 1870

iJottrij. TIME LONG PAST. BY PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY. This poem la one of eewral discovered In manu script bvaLrT W. M. Kowetti. and is now publiihed lot tie flret tine la tin Life of the poet. f lake the ghost ef a dear friend dead is ome IU1JK put. A tone which la now forever fled, - - - A tope which s now tore tot pt-t. A lore so sweet It oonld not last, f. -. Was time long past. , . There were sweet dreams in th night Of time long past: -And, was It sadness or deught. Each day a thadow onward cast, 'Which made us wish it yet might last " That time long past? - There is repret, almost remorse, For time long past; Tis like s child's bVloTd corse A father watches, till at last Beauty Is like remembrance east - From time long past. Selected Miscellany. A GRIZZLY BEAR HUNT. Is ot many weeks ago, Bays a San Fernando (Cat) correspondent of the Cincinnati Ga Eette, I found in Lou Angelos my old friend Tom. After we L ad done the proper thing in regard to Angelica, Anaheim,, and rarious oth...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 March 1870

Cjjt Crascrbatibe. iOiiPa Mm KELLT, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. XTCONNF.LSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, - - March 11, 1STO. RADICAL PROMISES VS. RADICAL PERFORMANCES—A A FEW STATISTICS Everybody will remember the promises made to the people by the Kadical press and stomp orators, during the last President) a! cam paign, of "retrenchment" in Gov ernmental expenses, if they, the people, would elect Grant to the Presidential chair ; And trc occas ionally hear, noir, of the "economy" that has, so far, characterized Gen. Grant's administration. For -the benefit ot the Hcpublicans, who continue to harp on tins subject, wc make the following exhibit of ex penses at the White House nnder Grant's administration, and also l Lose under Lincoln' administra tion : President Grant has asked for the next fiscal year a continuance of the force be Las put on duty since the 4tl of March, last, viz : President TJ. S. Grant, $25,000 Private Sec. R. M. Douglass, 3.500 As. Private Sec. J. T. Ely, 2 .500 Executive Cle...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 March 1870

Cunstriratftf. TWO DOLLARS A YE All AUVASCL'. IX M'COSNELSVILLE : FRIDAT, March 11,1310. in to HO! FOR THE WEST!! Yon, wlio are going to 1'ic VTest, bear m mind that th Steamer CaurIE Bkooks -will leave Zines vil'oforSt. Louie and the Missouri River, on tbe 24th of March, 1870. For freight or paauo apply on board, or to A. P. Stnltz, Gen. Steamboat Acent, Zanesville, Ohio. The Hrooks willteavo AlcCon- nelsville on ihe 25th of March; in this locality, those desiriner j-assage. ran apply to James Elwood, Wharf joaKter nt .UeContiBlsville. Feb. 18 tf. the of w-Thc Mite Socio v of the M. E. Church will meet at the residence of "Mr Samuel t-'rtracu. next Tuesday even'me. Varch IS." A cordial invita tion is extended to all. Religious Notice—M E. Church Religious Notice—M E. Church of Malta. There will be Deadline at the M. E. Church, of Malta, on next Sabbath morning. The Quarterly Meeting will lx held on the l&th and 20th inst., the Presiding Elder, Rev. Win. Porter of Znearillerrrea...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 11 March 1870

Special Jlot'tccs. LR. WEAVER'S Canker and Salt Rheum Syrup, For Ui Car of Canker, Rait Rheum, F.rysipelaa, Scrof a Jons Diseases, Cutaneous Kruptions, and every , , kind of Disease arising from an impure state of Lbe blood, he mwt Xfeetive Blood Vrytrr of the Sixtentk Century fie Sold by mil Medicine Dealer, bold br (jBti.sr A Bftton. Milwaukee. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A G F.XTI.KMAX who suffered for years from Nervous Debility Premature Decay, and all the effects of yonth f ul indiscretion, will, for the sake of saff ering humanity, end free to all who need it, the receipt and directions tor winking the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience by addressing, in perfect conndence, JOBS B. OUDKN, Ho. 42 Cedar street. New York. The Staooii and its Hanger. The human brdy is chietly composed of tissues and fibres as sonsitive to every change in the condition of the atmosphere as the most delicate electrometer, or the quicafilver in a baro...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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