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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 18 March 1870

Poetry VERY FAR AWAY BY WM. ALEXANDER One touch there i oi magic white, Surpv-aiK southern nvuantain's now, Tbst to far sails the dying hght Leuda, wht-re the dark ships onward go Upon ibe golden highway broad luat kada op to the Um of God. One touch of liaht more magic yet. Of rarer aoow 'Death moon or a tar. Where, wi k tver graceful sails ail act, - Some happy vtapiul seen afar, - - r-.. As if in an eochamed aieep, . - Steer o'er tha tremulous eilverad deep. 0 ship I O sail t far must ye ba Kre gleans has that spoil ye light. O'er golden spaces of the sea, F'om DTntariea of the toewnt night, Snch touch comes never to the boat Wherein acroaa the wave we float. 0 gleams more magic and divine, L.f'a whitet aU ye ati'l refuse, : AJd flying on before us shine Cpon some distant bark ye ehooaa, T,J ugUt or oay, across the spray, - 1 hat sail is Tery far away. Selected Miscellany JUDICIAL SALARIES IN ENGLAND. ApropoR of the bill to increase the talav rie8 of judges of the Supreme Court, ...

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 March 1870

fije fatrtatibt.- JOS Ela A. SJILT, 1DITOK AND FKOi'KlETOK. iTCONKSLSVII.LE, OHIO : FRIDAY, - - Marcli IV, 18-JO. NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION The Heru' J, of Iasi week, made quite a blor over "what it was rdensed ta call the "First Gun ol 1S70 New Hampshire Election A Ilepublitua Victory;"' but at tbe earao timo it failed to state that the Republican majority in New Hampshire v;ai reduced 2,5l0. liast year tho Republican Gov ernor of New Hampshire had 3,700 majority; M'hile this year it is only 1,20). It strikes U3 that the "vio tory" ia nothing to crow over. CONNECTICUT. The next State o!cction will be that cf Connecticut, which will take place on tho 1st Monday in April. Last year the Republican Governor was elected by a majority of 404. Should tho Democracy of Connecticut make as good a fight as their brothers in New Hampshire have, they will carry iho State by a handsome majority. THE "INCORRUPTIBLE DEMOCRACY." MOCRACY." Tbo selling cfCadelship invests gations by Congress has involve...

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 March 1870

(l(jc (I'fliiscriiitibf. TWO DCLLAKS A IE A It I ADTAXCE. il'CON XELSVILLE : FRIO AY, - . March 1S,1S70. HO! FOR THE WEST!! Yon, sre pong to the West, bear m minJ that tho Steamer Carrie Brooks will leave Zue$ villft for St. IiOU and tho Missouri River, on the 21th of March, 1870. For freight or pafu;io anJ on board. or to A. F. Stnltz, Gen. Steamboat Airent, Zancsville, Ohio. The liRooKS wilK'.cav McCor. nelaville on the 25th of March; in thm locality, Oiokc desiring 'ftssa0. can apply to James El wood, Wh&rf laaciter at AlcConnohmlle. .Feb. IS tf. Kir Gold tlosd in Xw York, on the 14th, at 11H. t&n. TIave had snow in abundance the past week. S&- "We thank "Ludlow" for the ap preciation of the Conservative he makes manifest in Lis letter. D3U The Zanesville Glass JTanufac jywas destroyed by . rp on Sunday morninr. GT He:id the article on thel'ubv lie Debt Statement found in auoth er column. . JKiT Special allcniiun is called to the new advertiscneLts in this issue. Stil...

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 March 1870

Tjclmbolifs piulju. HEL FOLD'S CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT ilTOHU ! THE GREAT DIURETIC The Proprietor trusts that his remedies, from the fact of being advertised, may not be classed as Patent Medicines. EUCHU, in one form or other, has been presented by every educated Physician for mare than Two Hundr4 "Sears. H. T. HELSIBOLL claims a superior node of extracting its virtues. The ex periments were made while engaged in the DEUG business in the City of Philadelphia, 19 years ago, prompted by the alarming increase cf diseases of the Bladder, Kid neys, Gravel, and Urinary Organs existing in both sexes. Tbese diseases were at tracting as much attention as diseases of the Liver or any other organ of the body. Upon the sound and healtfcy conditions of these organs the nervous system and liver were involved and the happiness of the entire human family depended. The Buchu acting favorably upon both L'.ver and Kidneys to prepare it so that it would retain its strength and active prin ciple was...

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 March 1870

Poetry. Poetry. HUSH! From the Dublin University Magaslna. Hush! the murmur of the river. And the bree se through oak and pine Flutters to the pen casement, ThrttU the aiender Eglantine ; Lol one comes; I hear the rustle Of her garmenta through the gloom. And her footstep wakes the echo. And her presence fills the room. Bush I I hear a trembling promise And fond farewell of tears. And raj TiEion lies behind me In the valley of the years; For a moment met together. Neither speak, and neither more. With a sudden sense of sorrow Bom of memory and of Love. Hush 1 the night U still, and holy. Love must whisper full of truth. And the glory ot her presence Brightens all my wasted youth. Li a our hand, my heart relenting, -Oh 1 beloved, 1 forgive I " Enow such moments onme fro.n Heaven, When the dead return and live. Selected Miscellany. BROWN OF CALAVERAS. X subdued tone of conversation, and the absence of cigar-smoke, and boot-heels, at the windows of the Wingdam stage-coach, made it evid...

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 March 1870

SJe amxMfa. JOSEPH A. XXLLT, EOR'OK AND TBOPKIETOB. H'COKKLSYlIiUS, OHIO : FRID.1T, - - Harcn25,lS?0. PRESIDENT GRANT AND HIS DUTIES, The Boston Post announces that President Grant Las accepted the invitation oi the citlzofts of Eastern Connecticut to attend a grand mass meeting at WooAstoeli Commons, on the 4lh of July next; in honor of the passage o! the Fifteenth Amend ment. The President, in accepting the invitation, vrh:eh ho aid with out qualification, EaiJ "ho hopJ Congress would adjonjn early, so that he could go to Long Branch in June." Hero we have the charac- ! ter of the President displayed in a few words. It is one of case and inaction. He is longing for the ter mi nation of his official cares and re sponsibilities. Ills the pleasure of :i seaside place that tempts him, and renders every thing unpleasant un til it :s realized. We have had no feach President before. We have l;ad none thus given to gnyety and pleasure at the expense o f weigh ty cares and. important respo...

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 March 1870

t facrialtbe. TWO DOLX..4IIS A YEAR. ADTAXCE. M'COXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . Jlarcli 25,lSTO. PUBLIC SALE. I. as Executor of the "Will of Jacob Fout, deceased, will, on the 2d day of Avt'il, 1SQ, on the premises, offer for sade to the highest bidder, the Farm known as the Jacob Fouta Farm, in Bloom township, Morgan county, Ohio. TERMS OF SALE -One-third in hand, one-third in one year, and the balance in two rears from day of sale, and the deferred payments to bear interest. J he terms as to payments may to changed on the day of sale. The title to said land to be made on full pay money. RICHARD McELHANY, Executor of Will of Jacob Fouls, dtc'd. Afar25 It- Gold closed in New York on Monday at 112 1-4. W. The Court of Common PleaB will convene again on next Tuesday mor ning. - tfK Thomas Forty the is reported as being dangerously u. t&" Fish are low the dam. being caught be- fSF Reverends John Kelly and W. BI. Grimes are in town, both locking well. JKT" A QieeD6ware store is open ing o...

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 March 1870

ANSON BURLINGAME. His Illness and its Progress—Deathbed Scenes—Dies in the Arms of His Wife—His Last Words. BL Petersburg (Feb. 23) Cor. Sew York HenJd. At 7:30 o clock Wis morning tion. Anson Bur lin game died, after an illness of less J than a wee. The sad and unexpected event produced 1 profound impres&ioD here, and filed with I sorrow verv one who had known or come I in contact with the deceased. As soon as the news of Mr. Barlinganle's death be-1 came known at the Foreign Office it was . ,v, tt;0 f0. jesty requested that a letter in his name and in that of the Empress should be sent Vv Prince Gortschakoff to Mrs. Burlineame. The letter was written as follows: Madame: Their Imperial Majesties have been painfully affected by the misfortune Which nas come upon juu, mm umci iuC to express u vou iucu wuoto uu felt sympathy. Having fulfilled the duty ofconvejingtoyouthewerdsoftheirlm- . I, . . , . hoart. periai Atajeeuta, roiit i.c, u j. - - -a t r myseii. 10 express tut, P1""" f...

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

Poetry. ETERNITY FOR ALL. ETERNITY FOR ALL. BY THE LATE ROBERT LEIGHTON. I read of battle ith their thousands slain. Of plame thai buried myriad!" side by side. Of MTitge hordes that see-n'd to live in vain. And, unregrettod, died. And through the histories sacred Mid profane What hecatomi ot nn Known ceaa i Me, And auarvel if at death liiey rot: agui, . . ' And if all these fitili tit ! That Bhaltspeare Uvea, we verily bflieve r " " Tbe wonder were that man conid ever die. Eot thos unthinking iwarmsl who can conceive ; How uieg should live, or why? TFly not T - If here lift's lowly ends they serve, slay there not Da here- iter lovig ndsi The ruder mission for the ruder nerve: One makes one only mends. Their numbers shake us Though the stars had . been, like earth, each one the cradle of a race. And all Immortal, there were room within The etersai dwelling-place. For, infinite as s; ace, and in ils needs .As various as la-nation, it demands All modes of b"intr. intellect and creeds,...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 April 1870

&je Conscrbatibe. JOSEPH A. XSU.Y, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. U'COZTCSLSYILLE, OHIO : Friday, - - April i, isto. PARAGRAPHS. Local and Political. BY A CONTRIBUTOR. Tha Bondholders have a scheme now pending in Congress providm; lor the funding of SI ,200,000,000 ol the present fire-ttventy Bonds. The above amount of five-twenty lion da are - now payable in green backs, and the interest thereon, eemi.annua!Iy in gold. This scheme has passed the Uni ted Statea Senate, and, it is said, - will paBS the Houso also. Let an then look into and examiuo some of the more striking features of this scheme cf the Bondholded Aristoc racy to plunder the people, and show it to be a bill of abomina tions. In tho first place, the bill propos es to issue new Bonds to tho am ount of 400,000,000, payable m gold at any lime after ten and with in forty years from date, bearing interest at the rate of five per cent: per annum, in gold. The bill furt a er proposes to is6uc another bateh of Bonds to the am oun...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 1 April 1870

( Cfltistriatfof. a TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IS ADTA5CE. M'COXXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . April 1, 18TO. Cemetary Lots. I have had surveyed a nsmbcr of Cemef ary Lots, on laad we6t of, and ndjoining the Graveyard, in Mc Connelsville, 'which 1 now offer for sale. A Plat may bo seen by call ing on mc, JOHN B. STONE. April l,18703w. S&- Mrs. Mary lledpres, wifo of Charles Hedges, died ; Wednesday morning, aged 63 years. S&- The Court of Common Tleas convened'on Tuesday morning, and adjourned to meet again on next Tuesday morning. Married. liv Kt-v. W. Morris Grimes on Wednesday eTenirg, 30th ult , Mr. Henry A. Davis and Miss Effic Totvnpcnd nil of Malta. On last Monday nigbt, at 10 o'clock, Mrs. Mary A. "Wood, wife of Hot. F. Wood, died in the forty second year of her age. Iler fune ral took p laoe yesterday at 2 o' clock, F. M. Obituary notice may be found in another column. Married. At the residrnce of Jacob Stump, the bride's father, m Dcerfield township, by liev. H. Cooper, on the 31 t...

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

FLORA FAIRFAX; The Curse of the Crimson Cross. CHAPTER I. Marian, Lady Fairfax had been ona of the most beautiful women in tbe conn try when the liocime tbe bride of Sir Eoy, nor was 6he less lovely now, in the second year of her wifehood. Tall and exquisitely moulded, fchu hi Ion , cd neither to the class of blonde nor Lruuette, j t united in her pcrsontlle the chief charms of bolh. Her Lair was of a rich, cli-ttning, chestnut brown, brushed back from a transparently clear forehead: and hersoft.large ay.s were of the cltar hrowu which seeais to melt and - grow limpid as you gaze at it, while her compL-xion was fri-.-h as a rose, and no sculptor's ait ccnld hav -improved on the perfection of tor small pure features. yir Hay Fairfax was worthy of the aristo cratic race frvm which he sprung an Apollo in lau'y, a gladiator in strength and tize. lie was dark, with curling hair and biiht l ire (j-ns, w hose paza was fal con like in its ltcci:Tiecs, bet there waa an expression only of the...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 April 1870

Poetry. put . Ths tlstwsy ud the footpath lead alike Into Uie town. " ty taae the path." cries one keB the broad oad rou straight nnto the (toil 1' Tet re woo treed thepaih, the eirUim path That tkiru the wood, or dlTee into lie shade lliat follows ail the win din p of the brook. AU1 Liiiir Htmmr fields which battrrcope. Is yeliuw rowe, make fields of the clo.h of Fold Walks e'er enchanted ewmnd, climbe sonny bills. WBeucJ leaeant viaiona be before hi eye f Of eo.era!d meadow. roUicK till Ihey fall In oaeeTeea wave as meet tue glistening atresia -. Of little Mies of tuts and far J, lake eoaoe kw-ljiue cloud, the astire see. - i -' To him t-ach step eiacloa. a new delight. - Vhick traveler b J the road AH'er a at all. Or Kb alar, to acorn and paaa them by. - And poetry la the footpath through the world. The wiadiBg path. rxploriag ail the Books - Of beauty hidden from the beaten way. Aal leea.DK through the land of Bowers and song. ' rrom "1M WtU t.f SrLkl'kem, bj J da. A. EiV. Selec...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 April 1870

JOSEPH A. ISLLT, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. MCOtfNSLSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, - - AprilS, 1870. INDIANA ELECTION. Municipal Eject tons in Indiana, Monday, indicate the Democracy to be gaining in that State, In Indi anapolis tbe Democratic gains were very large. CONNECTICUT ELECTION. Advices from the Connecticut election state that the Democracy have been successful there by a small majority. Had it tot been for the negro votes cast, which was authorised by the proclaiming of the Fifteenth Amendment to be the law of the lat.d, the Democracy would, doubtless, have carried the State by a larger mnjorily than cv er before. CONNECTICUT ELECTION. PARAGRAPHS. Local and Political BY A CONTRIBUTOR. Ix our last paper we had something to say in regard to the. Bondholder's scheme for funding the National debt. In that paper we stated that the five- twenty Bonds amounting to 1,200 mil lion dollars were to be funded as fol lows: 400 million dollars, one-third of the whole, payable in 10 or 40 yean hence...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 April 1870

(Dje Craseriraiibf: TWO DOLLARS A YEAR IX ADVAXCE. M'COSNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . April 8, ITO. NOTICE! There be a meeting of the citi zens of McOonnelgville and Malta, at the Mayor's office in UcConnelsyille, on Saturday eTening, next, at 6 and a half o'clock, to take into consideration the propriety of contributing material aid to the establishment of an Agri cultural Implement Manufactory in our midst. The oHect is an imporant as well as a feaHble one, and it i hoped that, by this attendance and in terest manifested, the enterprise will receive such encouragement as will in sure its success. CITIZEN. Notice to Assessors of Chattle Property. Notice is hereby given to the Asses sors elect of the several Townships of Morgan county, Ohio, to meet at the Auditor's Office on Tuesday, the 14th instant, to receive thtir Blanks and . Instructions. Assessors will please bring certificate of election and qualification. Punctu al attendance required. JAMES B. McGBEW, AucLJLC. April 6, T870-lw....

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 8 April 1870

. Special Slcltrrs. TKEFRES.CEHT DECLARES WAR Against all impositions upon the people, and Science, following the giorioua exa.ni Is, is oat ACAINST THE POISONERS wbo sell aozar i lead hair djes, that not on!y rain the hair, bat paralyse the system. Impostors WHO DEsTROY THE UNWARY shod d be pat down ty law. In the meantime, Cristadoro's Excelsior XI' ir Dye, is offered under the guarantee of Professor Chiitan, the famous analyt c Chemist as an eiEcient Pure and Uarmiest Preparation." CRISTADOKO'S UAIK PRK&KK VAT1Y K. as a Dressing, acts like a charm on the liair after Dyeiug Try it. J D. Pat.i and R. Kacre.dy, & Co., Cincinnati, O. Wbo dale Agents. 1840. PERR Y DAViS' 1870. Vegetable "Pain Killer.: The Great Family Sledivine of the Age. THrTTY TFFS have e!.ired since tbe intmdnc tif.a ut I be I fin Kill i iu ti pvt lie. and et at tbe pietei t unie i it. n.-oie p .iil.r. and o mnundNi larger sa.e thi.n en betoie. it I 01 ti'i nt i not cou'ined tc lor countr uir. all cut ibe ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 April 1870

Poetry. A LOVER'S PAIN. A LOVER'S PAIN. BY A. M. W. I've thought, if thoM dumb breathe. Aa shapeless, streiiglhless. heathen gods could wooden things they land. And feel the holy Incense round them wreathe, And see before them ofTrings cf the land;-. And kaow that unto them U worship paid From pore heart kneeling on the ver tent sod. Looking to helplessness for light and aid. Because, by fate, they know no higher God : How their dull hearts most ache with constant pain And sense of shame, and fear to be flung down; rt nen an meir weaEness must one any oe plain. And fire avenge the undeterred crows I A id reading my Love's letter.sad and sweet,I sigh. Knowing that such a helpless, wooden thing am Taunton. March, 1870. Selected Miscellany. A QUAKER DETECTIVE. We were five passengers in all ; two ladies on the back seat, a middle aged gent leman amd a Quaker on the middle, aud myself on the front. The two ladies might have been mother and danghter, aunt and niece, governess - and charg...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 April 1870

Wat (Sascrtatibc. JOSEPH A X5LLT, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. M'CONtf 3LSVILLE, OniO : FRIDAY, - - April 15, "lSTO. ALLEN G. THURMAN. "We publish this week a speech of Senator Thnrman's, delivered in the Senate of the Uniled Status on the 4lh instant. It will be read with great interest by all thoso de siring to keep themselves infomed on the political matters of the day. The prominence of the position af United States Senator, which Thurman has taken and held fron. the date of his induction mio office, reflects great honor on the constit uency, whieh selected him from so many of Ohio's noble and talented Hons to represent our State on the floor of the higher branch of our National Legislature. Xo man, in the short time ho has Lad to make h;s name National, has ever receiv ed more flattering testimonials of the people's convictions relative to his ability as a Statesman, his pow ers of orator, his culture as a de bater, and his integrity andgentle manhness as a man, than Allen G. Thurman...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 April 1870

(tfe . (EkscrMibc. . . . y THO DULLAItS A l'EAtt IS ADVANCE. M'CONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . April 15, ISTO. Information to Soldiers. All soluiers who enlisted since May 4th, 1SC1, and before July 22d, 1861, for three years, served one year and honorably discharged by reason of .sur geon's Certificate of disability, are en titled to $100 bounty. Look at your discharge, and if your claim comes within the above rule, call upon the undersigned and he will pro cure your bounty. JAMES M.GAYLORD, Claim "Agent, McConnclsville, O. April 15, 1370. Agricultural Notice. The Board of - Directors of the Mor gan County" Agricultural Society are requested to meet at the Mayor's office in ilcConnelsvillp, on. . MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1870. at ten o'clock, A. M., for the transac tion of important business. " It is yeiy desirable that there be a full and ?rompt attendance at this meeting. he following persons comprise the Board for the present year : James A McConnel, President; Ed win Sherwood, Vice Preside...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 15 April 1870

Sprrial llcttfcs. Itch S Ztsh ! ! Itch ! 1 1 SCRATCH SCRATCH ! ! SCRATCH i -. f Whcatou'i Ointnr ef. In from Id to 48 bonis Cures "Trie Itch. cures -on 1 1 K lieum. Cures Trttf-r. Cures Harbrra' Itch. Cures Old sort's. Cure every land of humor hm MAGIC. Price, 50c a box; by mail, 60o tr- W F.EKS 1 POTTEK, 170 Washington St." te br all Drudcista. . . loitn.l(ii F. IGHTFUL DEVELOPMENTS! At last tbe people bare trot tbe fact "through their hair," that hair dyes impregnated with aceiate of lead and other metallic mlt-Ti) MURDEROUS PREPARATIONS. When they see the metallic sediment at the bottom of tbe bottles, they know that the disgusting- stuff is liter ally thickened wih Pais tn. They ask, therefore, for a Hnrnilrss Vegetable Dye. and End it, pure and efficacious, in Cristadoro's Excelsior XXair Dye. offered under the (auction of Professor Chilton's guar antee that it contains "nothing deleterious." CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE, as a Dreiser, acts like a charm on tbe ' Hair after Dy...

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