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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1876

IS 3E 3La "ST IK SB NEW STOCK OF SPUING GOODS AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED. ALL THE NEW SHADES OF DRESS GOODS Whita Goods, Embroidery, laces, I let i-iy. All Kir da of Domestics, far Below the Cost of Manufactui it.g New Stock Curtain Laces. MILLI1VERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE STOCK. Boots and Shoes and Hats and Caps. DON'T FIL TO GuVJA. liEKORE lTJHCHSIXa. A.ND 1 1 .v; coii: jt GOLD! GC'LD! GOLD! Garden Seeds, Garden Seeds, New and Fresh, New and Fresh. LAWN GRASS SEED FOR FROM YARDS. A New Stock of Teas, Sugars and Coffees. WOOD AND WILLOW WAKK, J I ST RECEIVED. Mackerel, White Fish and Pickerel. ETERYTHINQ SOLD AT LOW PRICES. 94 MAIN m STREET. She Uefietsoraan. Find In j. .. April 2S1870. New Advertisements. S. 1. Iloupt Xew GikmIs. Anderson, Winders fc t'o. Spring (JikxIs. Siiiniii'l Myers Sheriff's Sale. ev. J). ray Kesulence for S:ile. Hume &i Hall Lowest Cash Trices. Iu-li-y & Co. -Miscellaneous Ailvrrlisp-nietiU. LOCAL BUSINESS NOTICES. I.. McMauticss Lamp Chimneys, ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 28 April 1876

Home, Farm and Garden FANCY FARMERS. Xo claw of men Lave lyeeo ridiculed t much, and nor; li.ve done w much (Xdt an thot-e who are denominated f mcy farnjers. Tbey have been, in all l.nies and countries, the benefactors of t ie men who have treated tbetn with derifeiou. They have been to farmers what inventors have been to manufac turer. They have experimented for the good of the world, while others have .simply worked for t heir own good. They have tested theories while others have raised crops for maket. They have given a dignity and glory to the occupa tion of farming it never bad before. Fancy fanners have changed the wild boar into the Suffolk and Berkshire; the wild ball of Britain into the Short horn ; the nionntain sheep, with its lean Ixjdy and hair fleece, into the South down and the Merino. They have brought up the milk of rows from pints to gallons. . They have lengthened the sir loin of the bullock, deepened the udder of the cow, enlarged the ham of the hog, given stren...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Terra of Subscription : one Year tix Mouth 1 r. Three Mouth w . THE JEFFERSONIAN City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the p.nuaj ' u rn - . I fare- iww, "" Mctiond itapc.ttncr-Tueay.Thunalay and Oatoraay, at 1 p. COUNTY OFFICERS Common Plea' JffiST Ctrratf tru-sootlW. treble. Vwiw-'eT Hosier. &tt?-XZi. Huffman. lr--T BrowD. Hiaiiop and John jMlKioBUm. nd uoriiaa Martx. TOWNSHIP OFFICERS JVu-Wm. Martin. John Larki.. Isaac T,-al-orUi. CIr-H.H. We-aler. yrrtuwer-Hugn Newell. Mallard uwoUei.Jutl MuUc aud U. 1 H) al. BOROUGH OFFICERS jKnuor-Willlam UrJbben. ever P. J . boura JrraurrrH. l. Hours. Af oraAaf John Kuhl. ,XicUr-J auies A. B.e. vi.-Connell. v,cd-Wiu. Anderson. W. W. --J,u' Julio Paiker. J. L- LAuHle, A. uruwu iJ;iS2W-. Oribben. E. P. Jones and J.A.Bope, SOCIETIES Ma-.ulc Hall looaUdin Itilrdstory ol Ua8e s .'i'l'ili'V UoDOK. K. 4 M No. 227. Slated eotn- KSriuftnt and ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1876

Tab Lowes Casli Prices On all Dry jool duriiif this K.rinr and Summer err known, will be found by f"Of to Hamt: Hall Cheap Cash Slore. the con tinued decline in prices fur tbe last twojewn, making all goods cheaper ilian before known, with no jiiwpect of any advance, our tock all being new anl bought with the decline, doing business lorCasu and lightest possible expense, selling the Best Goods to all at strictly One Price. It will be to the interest of all to get our prices before purchasing. Owing to the large and Increasing trade in our Warranted Boots and Short, we hare de termined to make Prices so Low that it will close out all Spring and Summer goods anl Carpets during tbeecaFon, to make room fur our Bcot and Shoe trade. Mrs. Hume has coiuileted arrangements withene of the Largest Millinery Houses in America, and will receive all the latest styles of Millinery. Ladies will find here tLe beH assortment, and Lowest Caplt Prices. I1C.ME& HALL'S Cheap Cah Store, April 2S, lb7;...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1876

3 IE 3La "T 3ES 3ES OOIMIKTCr, new stoc: hah coii: jsjv am&.inLc3L&jr& on9 -7Sri3a.d.e3rs rD Co AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED. ALLtHE NEW SHADES OF DRESS GOODS White Goods, Embroidery, Laces, Hosiei y. All Kinds of Domestics, far Below the Cost of MILLIIVTERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE STOCK. Boots and Shoes and Hats and Caps. DON'T FAIL TO CALL BEKORE PURCHASING, AND OP SPRING GOODS manuraciimng. new btocR curtain ijaces. GOLDS GOLD! GOLD! SOAP. SOAP. Garden Seeds, Garden Seeds, New and Fresh, New and Fresh. LAWN GRASS SEED FOR FRONT YARDS. A New Stock of Teas, Sugars and Coffees. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, JUST RECEIVED. Mackerel, White Fish and Pickerel. ETERYTHING SOLD AT LOW PRICES. 94 MAIN STREET. . Wit gtfferfioraan. f ltillj . Q-. Way 5. NOTICE. AH Recounts on subscription, advertis ing awl job work, due to the JKFFKK SOXlAN OFFICE up to May 1, 1S7P, are the property of . G. IKVoLKK,aud be expecU to give bis personal atteiitiou to squaring and settling up tbe same dur in...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 5 May 1876

Home, Farm and Garden Home, Farm and Garden BROAD-RIMMED WAGON WHEELS. Owner or users of farm wagons and carts, the wheels of hich ore laade with narrow rims, have no adequate LJea of the amount of f-f and IWli of teams that would be wived if the wheels of their vehicle were provided with rims three to five inches broad. Of course, where the ground is hard, uo perceptible advantage will appear iu fctvor of broad rimmed wheels. Bat when hauling manure over toft ground, or hauling load of grain and hay from flelils where the wheels sink otily two or three iuches iuto uffllow soil, if the rims of common wafon wheel are four or five indie broad ou the periphery, a team will draw fully one-third more per load than if the rims were of the usual width. I am accustomed to keep only one horse on my cattle farm, which does all the teaming, plowing and other work. When the tillable land isdry.the rimsof wheels of usual breadth would sink iu the soil four or five inches, even when the I ad woul...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Terms of Subscription : One Year f- 8?ix Months ? Three Months City and County Directory. Arrival nd Departure of MJ'H Find lay Pcat-Offrcu- Currs BrumJt 4Citlr;li.o. A. if. r'MH -, M.aa- '.ItlllMU, Carry Jwa.e- Co. & p. m. iA . tt. nuuh, n;l. m. Aura, -fcjs p. "- las rr. fun". Ji-'"f h""1 Unrn j, jj w u, je:fcM &mv Os-swr. WUUMI and caiurday, at I P-, AU WtU.amomn uJ. i4 .-Tuesday Qua l umtluT aud riusy. Hi 7 a. in. bum Kvduc. UtanUy and -eadfetoa-Friday.at juvioand iia.arr-TnM, Thursday and Saturday, at 1 p. ui. COUNTY OFFICERS. tbmMOM ifeM Jde-Janie Pillare. .aattiiur Oeortte Manner. Cfer twru -rteott W. Preble. yvnuurer Peter Hauler. KrrvrOcr Pau 1 Ketnerer. fruoau Judge -ham uel H. Hufluian. tthmff Hauiuei M yres. rnmxuUHti AUumry Henry Brown. (Jbrtmer-ii. K.Clma. , (jUxwMwn- Joseph Baltaman, John I. Bishop aud John jdginKton. Infirmary nredurs Jacot 1 hompson. K. f. Watson, and J.K. itus...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1876

Tlie Lowes ran On all Dry Goods during litis Spring and Summer ever known, trill be found by going to Hume& Hall's Cheep Cash Store.as tbe con tinued decline in price for the last t wo years, making all goods cheaper than before known, with no prospect of any advance, our stock all being new an J taught with the decline, doing business lorCai-b and lightest possible expense, selling the lieat Goods to alf at trictly One Price. It will be to the interest of all to get our prices before purchasing. Owing to the large and increasing trade in cur Warranted Boots and Shoes, we bare de termined to make Prices so Low that it will clone out all Spring and Summer goods ani Carpets during tbe season, to male room fur our Biot and Shoe trade. Mrs. Hume has completed arrangements wilhene of the Largest Millinery Houses in America, and will receive all tbe latest styles of Millinery. Ladies will find here the best assortment, and Lowest Cash Prices. HUME & HALLS Cheap Cash Store. 'April ...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1876

NEW STOCK OF SPRING GOODS nder son, W i.23.ciior 25 x& C?o AT PRICES ALL THE NEW SHADES OF Whit 9 Goods, Embroidery, Laces, Hosiery, All Kinds of Domestics, far Below the Cost of MILLINERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE STOCK. Boots DON'T FAIL TO CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. HAS COM 10 -ArJL LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED. Manufacturing, mew Htocx uuruun and Shoes and Hats and Caps. DRESS GOODS j - .aces. GOLDS G(LD! GOLD! SOAP. SOA3P. Garden Seeds, Garden Seeds, New and Fresh, New and Fresh. LAWN GRASS SEED FOR FRONT YARDS. A New Stock of Teas, Sugars and Coffees. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, JUST RECEIVED. Mackerel, White Pish and Pickerel. ETEEYTHINQ SOLD AT LOW PRICES. 94 MAIN STREET. Local Business Notices. Special Notice. On and after Monday, May 1, 187C, we -hull adoot the Cash Sybteiu. Iu adopt ing tUin plan we shall endeavor to make jt greatly to the advantage of such of our friends as have favored us wjth their patronage in the past, to remain wun us; and we shall use every inducement, in the way o...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 12 May 1876

Home, Farm and Garden MANAGING PASTURES AND MEADOWS. OWS. Pastnres are usuaJIy fed doeely, es pecially jn dry time. Stock are allowed to run in them in the fall ait long as there : a green tbiog iu eight. The foliage is all taken off clear down, including part of tbe roots, which are left weak and ex posed all winter and cpring. Daring winter, stock ramble over fields, killing tbe gram under their feet. Before the frost ia ont of the ground cattle are dig ging away at tbe old turf again and tread ing it up full of boles. In this way tbe poor grass ia beaten and eaten and half starred, until, after a lime, depeuding upon tbe strength of tbe soil, tbe grass is said to "run out," and tbe field to "need breaking up." Thixi not tbe way to treat grass land. Meadows are often pastured for a fresh bite in spring, the stock are turned off till one crop is mowed, and then back again when they eat alt oil clcwely as iu caw of tbe pastor juft noticed. Plants, to re main strong and healthy, need...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1876

THE JEFFERSONIAN A. H. BALSLEYi Issued Every Friday Moraic. Second Door East of the Pcst-Cfnce. Terms of SubcrijtUm : One Year ' 00 Six Month 1 Three Months A City and County Directory. Arrival rJ0eparui'; - Mi. is l" (jarrf Dru.M fc. a. a 1 . . i- 1 n. A i , Jt.it. ira . " Curry c..- c. . :.. '" I'. L. t, Je i- tHi.ywy . ":- Ur.CAaH..- .., vruiv . -l""Hr- t- 'y " Tul; . uui-la iuruaj , -t a . i... Wnlunum aud reiurday, at I " , tJTL. Oua-i umlMV and Friday, at 7 lu. tLlLujr, HuinUy ami yum-Friday, at lUuJUband taove.Cfciiler-Tueiday .Thursday aud Saturday, ulji. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. CbmMm Tu JWpe-Jaiues PUlats. siMtuiur tieoriro M. Mmber. CXrV Urt-ott W. Preble. 7Vtrcr 1'eU-r Hosier. HrnnUzr Paul Ketuerer. S-ruuute Judie-riauiuel li, Huilioau. AftTEr-iuuuel Myrex. J-rvmOtnv AuvrHty -Henry Browu. Uwr- 11. F.ClliiO. i i .. i. ummiiiuxn- Jowepn Haltnnan. Jol.u D. lilsliop aud JollU "lilllKU.U. Infirmary lnrxuri'u -1 u:iipsuu. B. M. W arson, ami J.K. iUKliiiK. A..: tMwu-cra-J A.PiUslia....

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1876

i Ml""-' The Lowes CasiiPrices Oa all Dry Seods duriup tfaia Fprinp ni Summer ever known, will found hj fro.ng to Hue& Halle Cbep Cash Store.as the con tinued decline in prices for the Ust two years, making nil goods cheaper than before known, ' witk no prospect of any advance, our mock all being new as 1 bought with the decline, doing business torCafih and lightest possible expense, aelling the Best Goods to all at strictly One Price. It will be to ile interest of all to get oar prices before purchasing. Owing to the large and increasing trade in cur Warranted Itoots and Shoe, we hare de termined to make Prices so Low that it will close oat all Spring and Summer goods ani Carpets during the season, to make room for oar Boot and Shoe trade. Mrs. Home has completed arrangements witk one of the Largest Millinery Houses in America, and will receive all the latent styles of Millinery. Ladies will find here the best assortment, and Lowest Canh Prices. HUME HALLS Cheap Cash Store. Apr...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1876

NEW STOCK OP SPRING GOODS AT PRICES LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED. AIL THE NEW SH A DES OF DRESS GOODS White Goods, Embroidery, Laces, Hosiei y. All Kinds of Domestics, far Below the Cost of Manufacturing New Stock Curtain Liaces. MILLIJVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE STOCK. Boots and Shoes and Hats and Caps. DON'T F-AJX, TO CVI.L BEFORE lJUKCI-ISIJCO. AXD HAS COMI2 J'V Local Business Notices. Special Notice. On and after Monday, May 1, 187C, we aliall adopt the Cah System. In adopt ing this plan we tiball endeavor to make it rreatly to the advantage of such of our friends as have favored nn with their patronage in the past, to remain with un; and we shall nse every inducement, in tlm way of fair dealing and low prints, to merit a continuation of future favors. We bny our goods exclusively for cash, . which allows us to avail ourselves of Iwavy discounts and thereby enables us to sell at very lota figures. Please call and examine our stock and prices, and ascertain the facts in the case, and ver...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 19 May 1876

Home, Farm and Garden APTCKS. Tlr? is wsaree! j an article of vegetable food wore widely useful and more universally liked than the . apple.. Why every fanner ban cot en apple orchard where the trees will grow at all is on of I'nv mysteries. Lft every family in Autumn, lay in from two to ten, or more, Larr-lx, and it will be to them the uioet ( couoniical invei-t-ment in the whole range of eulinarie. A rate, mellow apleixdi:tttd in an hour and a half, while boil-d calfa' requires Are lionrs. TIi tuont limit U ful dessert which fia lie placed on the table is a lakcd ipjile. If tak-n fre-Iy at breakfast, with coarse Lr?a4 butter, withont meat or flpeh ot any kind, it bas an admirable effect on the general system, often removing consti pation, correct iDgaciJities.and cooling off febrile conditions more effectnally than the m out approved medicines. If families could te itduced to substitute tlie apple sound, ripe luscious for the pie,cakes, candies and other sweet meats with which the...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1876

THE JEFFEBSONIAN A. H. BAXSIXY: Issued Every Friday Morning. Second Door East of the Post-Office. Termi of Subscription : One Year If 00 Hix Months 1 ' Three Montli City and County Directory. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Find lay Poet-Office. DEFABTCBB. Carry Branch cH,HSi. JtR. V! ". -- " Aarth.427y.nl. 1AKK1VAI1. Otr-v Hranr C.. U RR P. m. m - JVarih, 4SM p. n. fan Rum, Awtoo.-. JV J0"?! Jtft. BlaHrhurd, BuurJOown and homy Omar, WwnMnT euu bwi.., r .4rt.nfff.rn. IKwamKm ad LHuiktrk-Tuemlmj andHsturday.atlp. m. Oi Ituige, fUawa, Roanoke, Brlmnrr, ana UU- toa I uesaav ana rr;i . Bmum Ibdue, Stanley and Jtyuiiriun K ridsy . at MrXbmbmd PartaaeCenterrwmaj, ThnrmU.J and Saturday, at 1 p. m. COUNTY OFFICERS. Ommi Itu Judo-Jratm Pillar. A utliUrr Oonf H. Metier. Clerk of Cbaru-Heott W. FrebM. Treasurer Peter Hosier. Kreoraer Paul Keroerer. hndiau Judge -Hainuel B, Huffman. Afo-rtr-Meoiuel M yres. fyttaruUng Attorney Henry Brown. Jopb Saltwnan, John n. BlHliop and John lidginKton...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1876

,' f- oomO .. IB Lowes CasnPnces On all Dry Gon.ls during tbis Spring and Summer ever known, w III be founl ly going to Huttn-A' Hall's Cheap C'ssb Siore.as tbe eon tinned decline in j.rices for lie lat t wo year", Staking all goods clieaper than before known, with no prospect of any advance, our stock all being new an! bought with the decline, living business .or Cafh and lightest possible expense, selling the Best Goods to all ' at strictly One I'rice. It will be to tbe interest ttt all to get our prices before purchasing. Owing to tbe large and Increasing trade in our Warranted liooU and Shoes, we bare de termined to make Prices so Low tbnt it will 'close out all F firing and Summer goods ani Carpets during the season, to make room fur 'our Eiot and Shoe trade. ' Mrs. Ifume bas completed arrangements with cue of the Largest Millinery Houses in America, and will receive all tbe latent styles of Millinery, ladies will find here the best a mo rt men t, and Lowest Cash Prices. . HUME...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1876

HBff STOGK OP GOODS TO '7? 0e3f) TPO SUIT uPESIES OTEIMEIBS. -A. I" ANDERSON, WINDERS & CO.'S iiDPr PTnpi Eeceived this day LADIES' LIXE?f STJ I rr ?S , LOWER THAN YOU CAN BUY THE GOODS. i Is3v; tl a LHllLlL d UUft of CUSTOM-MADE WHEN YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BOOTSamSHOES Ijo Dot foigct to rail at SHUCK & BROWN'S When, yon will fiiel a I. A RHK 1-T(.fK of all U.e LATEST STYLES, t I le LOWEST CASH PRICES. I'ltWroJi fjet:L In IIiIn ity for Ed wis!' . a rr fa V - - ; -s N'i:u- c nulne wif Imul IiIk namrnn llK!c and Lining. A Kl I.I.MlK KolAlrD'a IUMI-SJWUI FKUkl lU Af.F SIIOKS, Maimlaclcred ly W liitnui Bros. A Co., N. V. . -i l"-:frl i: EIIY PAIE WAUBAWTED. Iki not forget the place. Mil CK cV BUOWSAS, So. C7 Main ft (reet. 3-1 y. Local Business Notices. Union School Examination. All applicants for positions as teachers in the Findlay Union Schools are hereby notilico that a public examination of such Hlicatil-Tvill be held bv the Board of htuinincrs of saul cuoois in uc High N-lioo...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Findlay Jeffersonian. — 26 May 1876

PIONEER HISTORY. Beco-ntl, at Huron, Erie County, the corner etoue of a new town ball wu laid, and on that occasion, at the request of the Trustees, Dr. Geo. S. Hawkins, an old settler, had prepared and read the following t-ketcb. of the early history rf Huron township. As anything pertaining to the early settel ment of Northern Ohio, is of interest to the present generation, and as it contains many items which may be of serrice in a historical way, we give the ketch entire: iMdum and bemOtmem, ana fellw CUiten; Im Kspmiat tout Invitation from our Town ship Trustees I have the honor to present to our rltixenaabrief sketch of the early history of Hn roa towachlp. wbichl baTeeoUected from various num. gmae from rath of the early settlers as I have had the good fortune to eommunkate with; some bom old books and geographical dewrip tkma, and some from early historical record. The neemtity for and gratification' to the public gen erally, to be in pomamioa of such a history is auite feaen...

Publication Title: Findlay Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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