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THE CAIRO BULLETIN,
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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K. A. lil'KNKTT,
Publisher and i'ruiritor.
Oeniiral Tara Notes.
SunflowiT kociIh, f!c in small quanti
ties, impart n, beautiful gloss to the
jliiinii'e. of poultry.
Ki-iiH'iiihtT tliN, that npplrs keep Wd
t'T in ilaiiij), moist cclliirs tlnin in dry
ones. In tin; lntttirtlify biicomi' ilrywiil
Hhrivi'lhril; in Hid foniii-r plump and
Keep t.li fowls warm ami dry, feed
S'tiiK! warm food u ml give tli'in a variety
of it. Tuko out all tlto old hens and
keen only young ones, and tlio egj;
lnLsKet w ill hi well tilled, even at this
A eorreHpond:nt of tho iSnictilt'Jii;
Annriiitn reports success in growing
potatoes on top of the ground, in rows
two fi'et to three feet apart, covered
with savilut six to twelve inches
A veterinary writer condemns high
mangers f-r horses, claiming that they
irritate the throat and create a tendency
to heaves. lie hays the manger should
he on a level with the feet, us that is in
accordance with nature.
The weight of hen's eggs ranges from
lifteeii to twenty-four ounces per dozen.
A weight of twenty-two and one-half
ounces may he taken as a fair average
for good-izcd eggs, nit hough a weight
of nearly four ounces is not unknown for
Killgle kiei illiens of eggs.
Malik- manure, is tiref.-raMo to any
other fertilizer. No farmer can afford
to wa-te his manure. All of it should
he saved and utilized. In many ca-es
fanning would he more prolitahh if less
land was cultivated, with higherh-rtiliza-tion.
One aero highly manured should
pay hetter than three hut half manured
and half cultivated.
It is tho opinion of many that a fowl
fattened quickly will make a far nioro
juicy and toothsome meal than a
chick. One thing is certain, a three-vear-ohl
fowl will make much hetter
broth fur an invalid than a six months'
I'igs thrive so much hetter when kept
clean and comfortable, that it is surpris
ing any fanner should let them wallow
in tilth. A dry, warm bed. with the same
food, will add one-half more weight to a
pig over and alove ono that is kept in
tilth and wretchedness.
According to Dr. Von Liebenhnrg, all
air-dry soils, at the name temperature,
radiate heat equally. He insi-ts strong
ly on the injurious effect of any agency
that lowers the temperature of the
ground in Spring, as that will certainly
influence the quantity and quality of the
lh.xvjn nml Works says that grease for
belts', which renders them more adhe
sive and more durable, can be obtained
by mixing oil of rosin with 10 per cent,
talc. The grease is spread on tho belt
with a bru-di several times, or until the
leather will not absorb any more. The
operation is repeated after some weeks,
a smaller quantity of grease being used.
The belts acquire more flexibility and
resistance, adhero better to tho drums
ami do not slip. The greasing id only
required every few months.
IVtato culture is reviving in every
part of the I'nited Kingdom. In Ire
land the acreage has risen since 10
from H'.'U.OW tos," 1,000, notwithstanding
tho increase in beans, rye, (Kits and peas.
In Scotland there was also an increase,
though not large. In England 23,000
additional acres were put under this
crop. Wales, this Summer, had 42,400
acres devoted to tho potato, against
U(J,t)0 acres in tho preceding year.
Tho total increase is put down by somo
agricultural statisticians at 00,000
The composition of buckwheat has
been examined by M. (!. Lechartier. He
states that the proportion of mineral
matter in tho straw increases with the
weight. The straw may indeed becoruo
richer in phosphoric acid than the grain,
di tiering as it does completely from that
of tho other cereals. The straw of a crop
of buckwheat may contain more mineral
matter than does the grain. Tho sum
of the principal fertilizers removed from
tho soil by an entire crop is much mora
considerable than for a crop of wheat
conliiluing tho same quantity of grain,
A man of marked character Th tat"
tooed South Sea Islander.
A Made Boauty,
A young woman in Cincinnati of a
remarkable physical beauty, is hired by
tho proprietor of lotions and washes for
beautifying tho skin, etc., to declare that
her personal appearance is tho result of
using his preparations. She Is describ
ed as a glorious girl of 17 to 20, with
a simply perfect figure, a beautiful face, a
skin like alabaster, teeth of spotless white,
soulful eves and a wealth of rippling gold
en hair. She cooly informed tho caller
that "her hair was lightened, that her
teeth were whitened, that her eves wero
brightened, that her complexion was
Lightened," besides various other im
provements wrought by tho wonderful
articles there on sale. "1 wondered,"
says tho visitor, "what wages this beau
tiful creature demanded for denying tho
naturalness of her charms." lW wo
men could bo hired to do it at any
The Idea That Hold Him,
Tho latest story in tho Chicago papors
is that of the man returning homo late
at night who stopped under an electrio
lamp-post to look at his watch, and who
then buttoned his overcoat around tho
post and stood thero in fear and trepida
tion undor the impression that tho elec
tric current had got hold of him and
waa keeping him fast to tho post.
Nuggets aro continually found in the
cold placers of tho Santa Ritas, Arizona,
A Mexican lately found one which ho
sold for !fW4. Thewholo country whoro
theso nuggets aro found is supposed to
bo a decomposed quarto ledge, and pro-
1 Mirations nro being made to test mining
or gold in this auction by a party of
capitalists. .,... ,, ..
All men have their imprudent day.
Nothing overcomes passion inore'than
If you havo tho mind, you cun make
your child mind.
Ideas are tho great warriors of tho
world. i( m nd (lurfkhl.
Head only such things as you can af
ford to store in memory's treasury.
o lose tho peace of years when wo
hunt after the rapture of moments.
Truth is violated by falsehood, and it
may be equally outraged by silence.
It is a good rule to tind'out whether
it is bread or stone before you bite it.
I would rather feel compunction than
know how to dclino it. Thomu .1. lu:m
pis. It takes just three people to keep a
secret properly, hut two of tho three
must be dead.
He who put a bad construction on a
good act reveals his own wickedness of
If idleness does not produce vice or
malevolence, it commonly produces
Each man has an aptitude born with
him to do easily sonio feat iinpovdhlo to
Modesty is worth what shadows are
in painting; she gives to it strength and
llrains cannot, be measured by the
size of the head, nor eloquence by the
extent of the mouth.
Wo cannot too soon convince our
selves how ea.-ily we may be dispensed
with in the world.
Hashfulness may sometimes exclude
pleasures, hut seldom opens any avenue
to sorrow or remorse.
It is wonderful to note the number of
men who see the value of a thing after
it is beyond their reach.
To acquire a few tongues is tho task
of a few years; but to be eloquent in
one is the labor (jf a life-time.
The hardest rock is made of the soft
est mud. Don't allow the sentiment of
habit to harden into vice.
(lood ta-te rejects excessive nicety;
it treats little things, and is not hurt by
t ll ' 111 . th 'nil.
It always seenis to mo a sort of clev
er stupidity only to have one sort of tal
ent almost like a carrier pigeon.
We appreciate no pleasure unless wc
are occasionally deprived of them. Ke
straint is the golden rule of enjoyment.
Strive to impress on your children
that the only disgrace attaching to hon
est work is the disgrace of doin" it
There's authority for the statement
that a good name is better than riches,
but those who have neither should strive
Many pei..ons who are ashamed to do
manual labor themselves are not asham
ed to cheat those who do it for them out
of their wages.
All errors spring up in the neighbor
hood of some tnith: they grow round
about it, anl for the most part derive
their strength from such contiguity.
He who wishes to exert a useful in
fluence must be careful to insult noth
ing. Let him not be troubled by what
seems absurd, but let him consecrate
his energies to the creation of what is
good. He must not demolish, but build.
He must raise temples where mankind
may come and partake of the purest
pleasure. - it tltt .
No man who has reached the age of
three-score years ami ten, would upon
reflection, he willing to rub out from his
experience in life tho sorrows which
have softened his character, the mis
takes which have taught him wisdom,
or the wrong-doings which he has ever
regretted, and which bv their influences
nave been formed in the texture of his
An Alarming Spread of Small. pox
Tne most potent remedy to ttop the spread
of this uri-at scourge is Darby's Prophylac
tic Fluid, which is ready for use at all
times. Persons are liable at any moment
to "catch" the disease, and should get the
Fluid at oik e and use it freely about, as
places cannot be infected where the Fluid
is used. Persons attending the sick or in
other ways exposed to the disease will be
protected by its free Use.
Many Miskk.uu.k Picoim.k drag them
selves about with failing strength, feeling
that they are steadily sinking into their
graves when, by using Parker's (buyer
Tonic, they would find a cure commencing
with the tirst dose, and vitality and strength
surely coming back to them. Sec other
Tiik Hkv. t ; !:-. H.Thaykk, of Dourbon,
Iml., says: "Doth myself and wile owe our
ives to Slnloli's Consumption Cure. !
Mawb kkom II.vkmi.kss Matkkiaia nnd
adapted to tho needs of fading and falling
hair, Parker's Hair lialsam has taken the
fust rank as an elegant and reliable hair
Evils to lie Avoided.
Over eating is in one sense as produc
tive nf evil as intemperance in drinking.
Avoiil both, and keep the blood purified
with Ilurdock Dlood Hitters, and you will
be rewarded with robust health and an in
A NAPAn iKiECTon fico with each bottle
of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
Fuakk Bauiul, North Iknnett street,
Buffalo, says: "I have tried your Spring
Blossom us a family medicine and have
never come across anything to do so much
good in so short n time in cases of indiges
tion, dyspepsia and derangement nf tho
stomach; I strongly recommend it."
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Deaf ns a Pont.
Mrs. W. J. Lang, Bethany, Oat., status
that for fifteen months she was troubled
with a disease in the ear, causing entire
deafness. I u ten minutes after using
Thomas' Electric Oil sho found relief, and
in a short time sho was entirely cured nnd
her hearing restored.
Thomas Kitchen, Bradford, Pa,, writes:
"I cncloso money for Spring Blossom, as I
Baid I would if it cured me. My dyspep
sia has vanished, with all its symptoms.
Many thanKs; I shall never bo without it
in the house."
Price 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents,
CAIRO BLLLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
Nearly a Miracle.
K. Asenith Hall, Bingham, N. Y., writes:
"I suffered for several months with a dull
pain through left lung and shoulders. I
lost my spirits, appetite anh color,' and
could with difliciiity keep up all day. My
mother procured somo Burdock Blook Bit
ters; I took them as directed, and have
ielt no pain since first week after using
mem, arm am now quite well."
I.nk,amki) eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Kyo Balsam. K. Ferret,
Agt., UTi Pearl St., N. Y. City.
A Friend In Need.
Time over and again Thomas' Electric
Oil has proved a salutary friend to the dis
tressed. As a reliable curative for croup
in children, sore throat and bronchial affec
tions, and as a positive external remedy for
pain, it is a never failing antidote.
Sk.ni) for circular ot new style of Hopper
Scale with Leveling attachment. Borden,
Hellcck & Co., St. Louis. (2)
Auk you made miserable by Indigestion
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalier is a posi
tive cure. 10
On Thirty Day's Trial.
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Kite
tro-Voltaic Belts nnd other Electric Appli
ances on trial for u) days to young men
and other persons afflicted with Nervous
Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Also for Rheuma
tism. Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kid
ney difficulties, Rupture, mid many other
diseases. Illustarted pamphlets sent free.
Address Voltaic Belt.Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cents, 50 cents and .fl. 11
Goto Paul 0. Schuh for Mrs. Freeman's
New National Dyes. For brightness and
durability of color are unequaled. Odor
from 2 to 5 pounds. Directions in English
and German. Price 15 cents.
Simm's Cataiuui Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 5 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cairo by Barclay Bros.
'Hackmetack,' a lasting and fragrant per
lurue. J'nce 2 j unit 50 cents.
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth f If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sate to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest nnd best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Sm urn's Clue will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping cough and Bron
Wkue man to confirm more to the laws
of health and of nature, and be less addict
ed to the gratification of his passions, it
would not be necessary to advertise Fel
lows Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites
as a restorative for the power of the brain
and nervous system, while theworld's pro
gress and enlightenment would indeed be
Foil Dym'EI'sia and Liver Complaint
you will have printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never fails
to cure. 15
A MKW IU.I BTUATKI)
Literary Weekly Journal
NK1TIIKH TOUT CAI.NOIt SKOTAIl'AN
Conil not il by Vll o. r. TiMirjjee,
author of" VooI'h l rioid, oic,
hub nrl by I itiiiol C5. Hciiitoti
and Hubert H. Davl .
Flrt Nuinlior Inmii'd Ki'lirunry l.lssj.
The moKt (liUliiiilnhi il Hill horn nml Hkllful nrt
IkI, hoth A tniTU'Hti ninl KnM-h, littvu been en
RK!d by "Our Continent. " Tho IVIiruaty uum
lier contain ihivhIk uml Glories liy Union c'Hiiiplioll,
Mn. Alexander, K. I'. Hue, Julian lliiwihurno,
John llahherton, It. II DavU, etc.; poeuiH hy o
enr Wllilo.LoulPoChiuiillorMimWori, t. II llokor,
Sidney I, aiiler, U. 1' I.alhrop, C'ulln Tuaxtcr, etc.;
I'lilerliilnliiL' ke telle hy (', (. I.cliuid, illiina
llrcilninn)U ). Mitchell. (Ik Marvl) Kullx On
vnld,etci polld viipers by I're-ldeiit 1'orter, of
Ytilo, Eliot, of llnrviril, frovnut I'epiier. of Uuiver
Jltyof l'eminylvHiilii, etc. ; taxlilon hoton hy Kato
Klelil; art lPiiotrntlonn hy Louis C. Tiffany: m-l-etieo
liv I'rnfs Kolliroek, llarher, etc i Horliil ell
qnottubv Moulloiii rnriil Improvement bv Hon. It.
i. Northrop; fun Hint humor by C, II, Clark, (Max
Adlcr) Inch' KeintiH and a hont of ot lien.
liouulKnl Illustration aro a lending leutttro of
"Uni Contlnont," They nro tlni fliicat tlint nrt
cun produce ud cqiml to must perfect In tin
I'rlco lucent number; $t 01 n year; $2 OA mx
month. Mulled froo of poslngo to any aildren.
Kpor.lmon copy froo.
Nuwi"denlir will And It to Iholr Intorest to pro
lint "Our Continent" to their customer.
I'nitmiMtor tro luvltud to tako mibacrlptlont.
Hook CmmiKMir cun add largely to thnlr Income
without ititorrerititfwlih their regular buiuct, by
noting lor "Our Continent."
Wrltii for particular to "OUU CONTINENT."
Indian Blood Syrup.
DvspepKhi, Liver Ills
HifK, Fever and Atftio,
Heart HineHHe, llllloliN.
W'kh, Nervous Debility
TIIK 1IKST KK.MKDY KNOWN TO MAN!
Twelve Thousand Dottles
Sold Since 1870!
Villi Svrup pomcuce vurlcd properties;
imi.ii WIU IllVH Mile III Oil Mil 1VH U-h!M.
March ami niii'nr r.f On. f...wi (..,.. ,.i.. a
riellclonry in Ulvalme riim urlnrl .ii.V.,,.;., i
the food In the Komach. If tho merilrln. ......
IfTrL vinu'l ttf'''r CH,1"! ""u''ton ol fix d
It acts upon the I.ivcr,
It acts upon tin; Kflncys,
It lit suhttrs the HowelH,
It Purifies the Blood.
It Quiets Hip NYrvoim System,
It Promote ingestion,
It Nonri.-lies, StrenstheriBand Invigorates,
It ( nrries off the 01,1 Mom and makes New,
It Opens tlin Pores of the, Skin and Induce
It ncntrall.e the hereditary taint, or poison in
tie Mood, which L'enert,. Serndila f-v-l,,.,Uu
and all manner of Skin Uiseafc and Internal hu"
There aro no nirlt emnloveil In l mnnnrocoirn
and It can he taken hy the mot delicate babe, or by
..iu ami Hi-mi., ciiru ouiy ouiuc requireu in at.
teutl. n todirect.ou.
Galva, Ilonry County, 111.
I wa suffering from Sick Hcadachu and Tt y.l.
ness no that I could not attend to my household du
ties, ami a rhort trml ol Or. rUrli .1..1,
an Itlood Syrup cflecvunllv cured me.
-MHS 1IKLKN ELKINS.
Waterman Station, DeKalh Co., Ills.
This Is to certify that I)r CbirU .Tol inann'a Tnrllun
Illood Syrup has cured nie of I'ain In tho Hark. It
Is a valuable uiudlriue. MKh WOOD.
Centre Hill, White Co., Ark.
Thl ! to certify that I win aflllrtil with Pln,.
tatlon of the Heart for many yeurs I tried dihVr-
eut doctors, whose nresenmloiis tended ninrH to
weaken mu than they did to strengthen. J ai last
re lve.1 to try Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood
ymp. which proved to be a positive cure not on
ly curlnir the Heart IH-ease. but alun Sick II,.,l.
ach which had been Iroubling me.
I was afflicted lth I.Wnr Cnmnlnlnt anil nc.T,ti.
sla and failed to get relief, although using medl
clues from our bet doctors. I commenced using
Dr. Johnson Indian Wood Svrup, and a short trial
cured mo. T. VV. KtSlNG. Mollne. 111.
This rcrtille thnt llr f'tarlr .Tnl,
IMooil Svrut) linn otIVciiiftllv curi'd rriH nf Dvan.niaia
Too much cannot be said In praise or It.
W. E. WlMMfclt, Bedford, Mo.
Agents wanted for the snleof the Imll an TllnnH
Syrup in every town or village, In which I have no
agent. Particulars given on application.
rticulnrs given on application.
DHl'CiGISTS SELL IT.
Labrntory 77 West 3d t.. N. Y.
a week invourown town. $b outfit
free. No risk, everything new. capi
tal not required, we will furnish you
everything Many are making for
tunes Luille make a much as men,
aim no" nuu gins maKe great pay
Leader, If you wnnt a busiuyrsat which you can
make t-reat iiav all the time V011 work, write fur nur
ttciilars to 11. Ilallett . 'o. 'ortland. Maine.
OTIC E TO C'ONTHACTOKS.
C'it Ci kiik's (ifi- ii b, (.'Aim 1, li.i.., Jan. SI, 1HS-J.
Scnlul propoHiils h ill he received at this officii,
directed to the City dirndl of the city of Cairo,
until time ol meeting nf the City Council on Tues
day evening, February 7th, Srt. for furnlahltig the
material and doing the work or doing the work nec
essnrv for the cniiainiciiiin and reconstruction nf
the following sidewalk, to be constructed of wood,
vl,: On the iiii-terlv side of Sycamore street, from
Twenty thiol street to TweHtv-niliih treet ; 011 the
northerly side of Seventeenth' street, from Wash
ington n en -0 'o Walnut street As provided bv
ordinance No. VS. approved November M, lt-fci,
which ordinance Is now on tile In this oftice ami
subject 10 examination at any time, l'ersous Iml
ding for the construction of above sidewalk shall
he required to give a good and suillc.lent bond a
provided hy section :t. of chapter in of city ordi
nances Said bond to accompany hid Tho par
ty or parties lo whom the contract will helot to he
paid out of moneys arising from special assessment
to be collected from tho properly owners w: use
property abut on aid sidewalks, when samo Is
colli cled and paid over totbe city treasurer.
The right to reject imv a:d nllblds reserve by
therity. ' D.J.KCI.KY,
lltillii'i t Ili-os. lioK'sah' Price List.
I Piano, 7 ocl., siitari!, rosewood, caived,
ti;:raHc JIM in)
7 Piano, upr. oct., cabinet grand 171 nil
l.'t Orjan, I sets reeds, il stops Ji grand organ Mi no
OH " 11 sets reed", 1:1 stops, c-mplor, sub-bass 71 1H1
O i r Pianos and Organs warr inted flrsl clasg,
i Violin outflt, box bow, strings, complete.... U ()
8 " cremoiiii model, extra lino ! no
I ,ucordvnn, ll keys, bass box, flue tone 1 no
l " 10 t st np, j sets rueds, perfect 3 no
7 Mouth Organs, lenna cuncert, 31 hole W
II " (ieuulno Itichter, 111 holes, (i, S. -I
11 " " concert double SUmle " ion
II Clailouol. genuine Mitrtin.tl keys, boxwood S 00
17 Fife, in ebony, (ierman silver ferule. ...., Ml
lit Music box, 1 tiinccrnnk, Ann 1 it)
III " H tunes,, wind with lever, largo S.MHI
311 Violoncello, patent, muchlno head, good.. 10 00
ti Double Bass, patent head, !1 or 4 airing.. 2 1 IK)
31 liuitar, maple, muchlno head, line lltilsh.. 4 no
37 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 bras bracket 3 liO
3H Cornet, brass cornpoeon tylo case itcrooks II (0
!lu Ilrtini, brass, Prussian, Ornamenled II (X)
Cold violin, guitar and banjo string 'II. Ilroi,' 15
Silver " " " " " " " 10
Steel " " ' " ' 5
Out. liiisslnu, (ierman or Italian, bent quality in
Instruction Punks Howe's or Winners, any
Instrument...! , ,15
Having Just made a good trado for 100 Singer
Sewing Machines, will sell thum for 35 each whllo
Money I quite safe in common letter If plainly
Term strictly cash with order. Will tako
Agent and dealer ohd for our 10-page Catalogue
On above nut wholoiulo palce agent can niako
UK) per cont profit.
Call on u when you come to St Loul.
Hefereuce: Any bank or wbobnalo hour In
Ilulhert Uro. I tho only General Wholesale
Mualc House In bt. Louis,
' W Olive Btrect, Haiut Louie, Mo. ,
SB Mij riGKl? 2
II I u
AWjr 0" .-ffJjr VtJV
IRt. Aw act
LJJi-Heiideisoii, Cairo, Illinois.
. ... L
IwlaiSETi .Lilian ::v...LJ..J ,,-t .ji3H';-;'js..
uver 2,()0l),000 r.ottles
. ui i.uuuii. coins, sore nroiit, nmucliitls, asthma,
iiirinii, cucsi ami lungs,
hu. It has never been so advantageously compounded as In O.VnTZa.ed T,!lnh HorkS' l?ve" El'
.PUT UP IN QUART SIZE liOTTLFS FOR FAMILY USE, PRICE Sl.OOj
OA T TP 1 ( )X ' !'," """r"-' ,1';E,',1vt''ll,y dealers who try to palm off upon you Kock and Kve In
lhu TOLL, KOCK ami KVE f(J., rroiriftors. 41 River street, Chicago, 111.
ISOLD HY DlU'cSfilSTS, (ilio(i:KS AND DKALKUS EvKRYWIIKRE.
J-uhlUliiil Monthly, frier $:(MU j r
No. I (New Scries) Contains
C ntt.ice hy the Itiver "Song & Cho I lf .
OveriheSea S.,nkr ,v Lho J. M. Nuiih.
() llii.h Thee.Mv ll.ibv Hiehar,U.
Ve I.itte Hirdx q.i;i,n t Sm.irt.
The Lovers ' l-'urewtll Umirtet W. 1).
Itriuht Kves Walt. I anvell.
(Jueen of lleiirt.s (Javotte . . Hit Mold.
Heel and Tne (iulop I'mir Hand- liciulcr.
New Years' Greeting 1'i.llia ... l.i-i nbuni.
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