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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 29, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Iironchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-!
cipient Consumption and for the re-
licfof consumptive persons in advan-l
ced stages of the Disease. Tor Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 23 Cents.
Opium I'utinfft nbonmnliNiii, Kpernmtor.
rb:r, or ciiiluul V i'tiknru, and lll'ly other
compluluisf " Wo claim It a tpteijle, sirn
t'ly, because the virus of all die:iM" ariws from
the blood. Its Nervine, ieolvcnt, A Iterative and
Laxative pmpertlegrneciallthc conditions herein
ri.fi.rrcd to. It's knownworMtri'rta:
iiurtxiui.uonoi opiat anu t;ruuc iaiuaiui.i, uui
by the restoration of artivily to U.e itoruath and
fcervotis sy-tem, whereby tn bruin Is relieved
cf morbid fancies, which, are created by the
cartas a!ve referred to.
To Cl rjymeu, Lswycr. Literary men, Mer
chant, Uu.iktr. Louies ai;d all thoM: whose sed
entary cinploytm-nt causes nervous pro-tration,
Irn gulumics of the blood, stomach, bowels or
kiilui-VH or who require a nerve tonic, appetizer or
Stimulant, Sahakita NeuvinB Is invaluable-.
Thousands proclaim it the inol wonderful invig
ornnt that ever snt.ilned tho kinking system.
fl.OU. bold by nil Druggists. (11)
Y"T t-ttmoii!p's ft-vt rir'u-- scM rtamp.
52S 12, c. a. i::e:::d kzz.
I or', 'it'M.hur.h 4 i'o., Ait , ChYago, III.
From the) Bourew nmc tbiec founhsof
t.io UUeusea of tuo liuiimn ntco. These
symptoms indicate tboirexiMeiieo: ! ol
Appetite, llowils costive, hick Ilexi
ache, fullness aer entinjf, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, J.ructtttion
of food, Irritability of temper,
aptrlU, A frellnjc of having neglected
aoine duty, Iizluess, I lutttt ini; at the
Heart, Dot beloro the eyes, highly col
ored t rine, lO.VKIIl'ATlO.v' and de.
mnnd tho u.ie of a remedy n,nt acts directly
on the Mvor. AsaLivcr medicine Tt'TT'S
PILLS have no ual. Their action on tho
Kidneys tind .Skin isnlso prompt; removing
all imparities throiiph these tlireo " ecov
enRcra of the system, producing appe
tite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
ekln atiil a viwroui both-. Tl'TT'h P1XLS
cause no n.uisca or gripim? nor interfere
with dniltr work and nro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
IW FEELS LIKE A AEW MAN.
"I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried ton different
kinds of pills, und TlTT'St are tho first
that have dono aio any good. They have
cleaned mo out nicely. My appetite la
pplouUid, food dlsrests rcadilv, and I now
have nutaral pa.f.'.afns. 1 fel like a new
man." W. b. LDWAUDS, I'altuyra, O.
HoUleTeTTwhrp,25c. Ofti f,41MurrnvSt..N.T
Gray IIaih on V iiiskkhs changed ln
Btantly toauixi.ssv 1:u.ck by a single ap.
plication of this Dve. SoM by DrugglsU.
cir sent by express on receipt of $ I,
Olfleo, Murray Street, New York
TSTT'S MANUAL 0? USEFSL RECEIPTS FBfr.
IS THE WORLD.
A powerful preparation
On D spDlicn to Hie sur
face will penetrate to tlie
verv tone.anl almost 1n
PTA.NTL ItKLILVK i'AlX.
EA3 HO Hill icr CCSE Ct
Sore Tar oat, Pain
in Limts. Stom
ach or Bowels,
Or In inv part oi Svtem .
Will NOI 01L CI.OTIIINO
net oiMOlot the skin U
lei. ni en In (eiMiaet use
py PlivMclnns and others
lot itu tcais Price 4co
JACOB 8. MERREll. 9r LOw'a- Mo.
0R BA1.B- B'V A.L1 IiBBOOlSTS AND
EEAJ.ER3 1H MEDICINES.
2TJ2E BEST TUIXG JCVOTTY
In Hard or Soft, Ilotor Cold Water.
BAVFS LAIJOn, TIME and HOAP AMAZ
IXiLY, HUd (tlvoa unlversnl a uryrtloii. U
Iiunily, rich or poor, should be without 10.
Bold byaliorocors UKWARK of lmltfttloni
Well dnalRiied to UliBlond. ,,'AKI',N.,1,.''',l1
ONLY HAI'K Ittbor-aavluR ontnpoiind, and a
saya Bear the above symbol, and nittue ol
JAMES PVLE, WSW YQUK.
"Too etalra too
fibiL much for Samaih-
can one medicine bo
Wi$w$a fpt'cic Epu
IfjS'S'i if- Alcoholism.
It 'jLiii ls unU tumii.s the J atiehl in. I by till)
THE DxVHiY BULLETIN.
caiho'b petition to conobess
To the Ilo'inra i'e Senate and Ilonse of Kepresen-
tative of t!io L ultod States of America, la Lou
Your petitioner, tho city of Cairo, in the
state of IlliooU, situated at the junction of
the Ohio ami Misiipji river-1, recpectful
j represt'ins that ilie arrivals ot gteantboatg
aivl barges at tha port of Cairo, for the
year emiing December 31bt, 1883, were 3,
179 (three thuuaaml one hundred and seventy-Dine),
re restuting a carrying capacity,
according to cu-t'jin liuuse meaeuretuent, of
1,221,420 (one millii n two hundreil and
twenly-nac thousand four hundred and
twent) tans, the arivuls at the port of St.
L mis, for the same period, being 3,323
(three thousand three hundred and twenty
threi ), reprcs nting a carrying capacity of
1,100,702 (one million one hundred thou
sand seven hundred and two) tor.i; that
seven of the piUeip'tl railroads of the coun
try, tIz:TIic Illinois Central, the Mississip
pi C'eatral, the Mobile & Ohio, the Iron
Mountain, the Waba-h, St. L uis& Pacific,
the St. Lou g & Texts and the Bt. Louis &
Cairo, have their termini on tho banks of
the Ohio and Misiissippi rivers, at and
opptsite to Cf.iro, tne connections between
i he several roads tertuinttinu in Missouri
and K-ntucky with those terminating in
Illinois Leing mHdu by me ids of transfer
bout of large e'za, carrying the cats across
the rivers from one road to the other with
out any chungc in tho contents; that this
l:uine-s of transfer has been heretofore
transacted by three transfer boats, capable
of trir.sferring 400 (tour hundred) curs
each per day; th-it these boats have been
i''Ui,d lntd- q iate to the perform we of the
nervicei required of them &nd another boat
cf larger eize than any other in the country,
used for such a purpose, has now been
aided t the number heretofore in use, the
four btnts furnishing a capacity for the
transfer across the rivers, between the con
necting rotd, of at least 1,000 (sixteen
hundret) cra per day.or 43,000 (torty
ei'!it tltousind) cars per month;
the nuiuberof freight car3 passing over
the bridge over the Mississippi at St. Louis
for the month of Januiry, 1894, being
according to published statement?, 29,105,
the largest month's business on record;
that the immense trims accross the rivers
at Cairo, as indicate 1 by the above state
ment, is constantly interrupted by the
eroding banks and shifting sand bars of
the river, requiring cerihttnt and unremit
ting work to prevent the destruction of
the inclined tracks on each river bank,
which have bnn constructed for approaches
for the crs frm the transfer boats to the
niids, and to keep t pen the car terries
across the rivers from interruptions by sand
bars; tint these interruptions to traffic cause
vexttious and expensive delays and losses,
adding greatly to tbe cost of transportation,
thus increising to a serious extent the bur
dens thrown upon the imiusise commerce
now concentrated at Cairo. These difficul
ties, arising from eroding banks and shift
ing sand btrs cannot be controlled by par
ties htving an immediate interest in their
removil at this locality, as the causes of
their existence lie beyond the immediate
locality of the trouble and can only be
reached by the operations of the govern
ment undertaken at same distance above
them. The application cf the general
system adopted by tho government for tho
general improvement of the rivers, in the
interest of through navigation to those por
tions of the rivers in tho neighborhood of
Cairo will remove the difficulties referred
to, and in view of the great general i.iterest
attaching to an uninterrupted traffic at this
locality your petitioner would respectfully
ask that such an appropriation be made
for the improveraebt of the river in the
distric', extending from the mouth of the
Ohio to St. L uis, ns will peimit the work
of improvement to be carried on simultan
eously in tho neighborhood of Cairo as
well as in other portions of the district.
As is well known the alluvial formation
through which the lower Mississippi runs
extends from the gulf to Commerce, about
35 miles above the mouth of the Ohio, the
channel of the river for rainy miles abova
Cjmmerce running through a rocky forma
tion, and it is understood that therefo e
there exists no engineering objection to the
prosecution of the work of improvement of
tho river in the interest of through naviga!
tion from and below Commerce, while the
work is also carried on in other localities
in the district, as the work from Commerce
down would not be aff.cted by any work
carried on above or through the rocky pass
Your petitioner is informed that to carry
on tho work of improvement economically
below Commerce, as well as above within
the district, extending Irom tho mouth of
the Ohio northwardly at the same time,
will require an appropriation for tbe entire
district of about $1,500,000. This your
petitioner respectfully asks may be made so
IhaTwliile the progress of tho general plan of
improvement of the river in the interest
of through navigation is expedited the
immense traffic at this locality may be
promptly relieved from tho delays, iucon
veniences, losses and great additional cost
to which it is now subjected by the con
stantly eroding banks and shifting sand
bars of the river.
Year petitioner would also represent that
the city of Cairo has heretofore been sub-
I jected to great risks of inundation by the
abrasions cf the banks of the Mississippi
river upon which portions of the levee pro
tecting it are constructing.
The city of Cairo his a permanent o u
lation of sbout 15,000, has improvements
costing millions of dollars, including build
ings erected by tho government; bss
splendid levees about seven miles in length,
which have thoroughly protected the city
from inundation by the unprecedented
floods of the last two year?, and which in
view of these extraordinary high waters
have within the lust six month been at
great expense greatly raised and strength
ened; and also has railroad depots, tracks,
inclines and other appliances, constructed
at great expense, for the transaction of the
immense traffic brought to it by the rivers
and railroads centring there. The exten
sion of the river improvement in the inter
est of through navigation from Commerce
down stream v. ill, by rendering the banks
of the stream permanent, furnish an ade
quate and permaneut protection to ths city
and to all the costly appliances already
provided for the proper accommodttion of
the immense commeice concentrated at it.
As tho work necessary for the protection
of these river banks is required to be done
above the locality where the effect is to be
produced the government alono can afford
this permanent and adequate protection,
and in view ot tho importance of this lo
cality to the general commerce of the
country, your petitioner feels justified in
asking for the relief and assistance herein
The City of Cairo, by
T. W. IIALLIDAY, Mayor.
D. J. Foi.et, City Clerk.
"llow can I become a poet" wrote a con
ceited youth to the singer Longfellow?
"Mat fish my dear sir." But we doubt the
advice; no man however hag ever doubted
the fact that Dr. Bull's Couh Syrup is the
greatest cough remedy now iu the market.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. ru. 50 feet 7 inches and fall
Chattanooga, Feb. 28. River 9 feet 10
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Feb. 28. River 29 feet 6
inches and falling.
Leuisville, Feb. 23. River 11 feet
4 inches and falling.
Nashville, Feb. 28-River 15,feet 6 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, Feb. 23 River 6 feet 10 inch
es and falling.
St Louis, Feb 23 River 12 feet 5 inch
es and falling.
The Chronicle, Sn Francisco, Cal , pub
lishes a letter from Col. D. J. Williamson,
an Army officer and ex-U. S. Consul, af
firming that after long years of intense suf
fering trom acute rheumatism, after using
all other known remedies, the baths ot
other countries and spending f 20,000 with
out relief, he was cured by St. Jacobs Oil,
the conquerer ot pain, and nas thrown
away bis crutches.
A young man with a broad back and
a sorrowful look w as standing in front
of the Hoard of Trade recent'- when
an acquaintance came up and called
"IL'llo! Thomas out of a job?"
'Yes, out of ajob," was the sad reply.
"No! Why you were porter fur a
wholesale house for three years past."
"Just so, but I've been uncharged."
Is that so; have troublo with the
"No, not exactly. You see I went
into the house to work my way up. The
tirst Christinas I ought to hrive been
promoted to salesman, but I wasu'u
The second Christmas I ought to have
been offered a partnership tunny faith
ful services, but the offer didn't come.
This year 1 ought to have married tho
daughter of the senior partner and
found a house and lot iu my Caristmas
stocking, but that prospect has now
"And you left?"
"Well," I overhauled the old man on
the street car yesterday and intimated
that I was ready to do my p.irt, hut he
never let on that he knew nie. This
morning 1 was told that my services
were no longer needed."
"Hut can the house run without
"It may possibly squeeze along, but
if there's a failure it must not be laid
up agin in-. Doyou know of any bank
where a man tan begin as watchman
and work up to marry the ''resident's
widow? 1 think I'll try that business
for a spell." D-.troit Fixe 1'nss.
Prepared to Support Husbands.
"Where are all these handsome young
ladies going?" asked nn old gentleman
of a policeman in the Cooper Un on re
cently, as ho stood gr.z'.iig iu admira
tion at a group of a dozen young wo
men who were waiting for the elevator
to'carry them up to tho nrt ami tele
graphic schools on the upper floor of
"They are going to their classes,"
was the answer.
"Why they needn't loam a trado or
profession, 'they're too handsome, and
might easily ,'et married," said tho
"Yes, but they want to be prepared
for an emergency," said tho tfliecr.
'If, when they do get married, they
have to support their luisban Is it's well
enough for them to have a prolessiou
of some kind to fail back upon."
A chronic rheumatism which has been
paining and disturbing a system of ten
years is a mighty uly enemy to attack. It
is like a fiend behind a barricade hard to
hit and harder to dislodge. But Athlopho
ros don't seem to fear even such a desper
ado. It works its way into big fastness in
tbe system, and ousts him without cere
mony. Says Mr. H. Charley, Muskwonagn,
Wis: "My brother has been taking Athle
phorog for chronic rheumatism of ten years
standing. It is doing yon claim for it.
Ilia pain fs gone, and his limbs are warm
THE GREAT GERMAN
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Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
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The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
(unman U 1. VOGKLiK a CO )
naltluiore, nd., V. U. A.
E3 ptlll ESE Sa
Liver and Kidney Eemedr,
Compounded from the well known
curatives) Hops. Malt, uuehu, Jlan-
drake. Dandelion, Sarsnparilla, Can-
cara Sarada, etc., combined with an
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Act upon the Liver and Kidneju, 141
A 1 REGULATE THE BOWELS. F!3
They euro Rheumatism, and all Uri- k.ri
nary troubles. They invigorate,
nourisn, strenpuen and quiet
tho Kcrvoua By stem.
As a Tonlo they have no Equal.
Talie nono but Hops and Jlalt Bitters.
FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
Hops and Malt 3itters Co.
SALT nilKl'M, KfZKMA. WKoFVLA. SfALD
Head, F.rvsiM'lnH, Tetter, Hives, Dainlrult'. Hurler's
llih, ViliipliH, iiiii.". I'urtiumles, I 'hint roisonlna
and l'iiined Wninels, itii.gworm, tiunuurn, mid
nil die!i?en(if the kin.
K'ir I'iles. Wounds, Cuts, T'lcers or Sores, no
reme.lv ii m proiiitt in soutliiiiK und ht-iilliiK as
l'uiilluii SLiu Cure. It does nut smart or bum.
Lmdium in In lauguagn accompany uery bottle.
KA'AI. CATARRH, ACl'TF. or CHRONIC COLD
m tut lliud, Itose Cold, llrundiiul Cuturrh and
Clenn.wii the nwtriK pennils natural breathing,
aiel prevent-" inmi-eitiem, stuiill,-s und tnreing.
It isasptv iliceuri' tor Cold in the Head which
is caused by sudden eh.niges iu the atmosphere.
Iirectiuus in U linnjtirgrt w r&mjxiny erery bottle.
PAPILLON MFC. CO., CHICAGO.
FOB BALE 1.Y Alt TKCGGI6T8.
For Sale bv
PAUL G. SCIIUII,
Snecial Acts, in this citv.
W. STRATTOS, Cairo. T. BIRD. Missouri.
STBATT0N & BIRD,
No. 5" Ohio Levee, Cairo, I'L
i$r Amenta A mat lean Powder Co,
rjiAX rUHCHASEK's KOTICE.
To Joseph (Jerk, Kdw'ln Parsona, Trustee of the
Cairo Trust Property, and all others whom It
You are hereby notified thut at a sale ol
real estate, made, by the collector, John Hodges,
at tho soulhwe.-t door of tho court house, in tho
1 Itv ol Cjiiro, cotintv of Alexander and stnte of
Illinois, on the nm day of July, A. D. lSSi, V N.
Hughes pn i chased the following described real
est tc situated In said county for the taxes, spec al
assessments, penalties and coBta, due and unpaid
thereon for t ,e vear A. U. to-wit: Lot twenty-seven
(i" and lot tweuty eight (-:8, In block
forty-four (14). in the city of Cairo, county of Al-ex-ihilcrand
state ol Illinois, and that said C.N.
Hughes received r.erllllcata. of purchase for tho
eainu, which wore, on lb llth day of February,
A. D. 1S84, aeel)n'd toFredolin Dross; aald land
Heine taxed in the name or Maria uecK. ana mat
the time allowed bv law for tie redemption of said
rial estate will expire on the first day of July,
A. l) 1BS1, at men. litre i win appiy tor a aeeu.
Asslcnec of C. N. Unvhei, Purchaser,
Cairo, Ills., Feb. iiT.h. A. D. IDS I.
rpAX l'UBCtUS K S NOTICK.
To John lllowley or any other person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate In .tho county of Alexander and stnte
of Illinois, held by the county collector of said
county, at the southwesterly floor or tuo court
house in the citvof Cairo. In sala county andatato.
on the bub duy of June, A. I). IKK3. pur
chased the following described real estate situated
iu the city of Cairo, in the countr of Alexauder
and state ol Illinois, for the taxes duo and
unpaid theroon for the year A. I). 1881, to
Ketherwltb penalties and costs; said real estate
Wing tated In the naiuo or John Howley, to-wit:
Lot numbered three (i), In block numbered twen
ty one('Ji), and that tha time allowed bylaw for
the redemption of said real estate will expire ou
the 14th day of June, A. D I W4.
MICHAEL J. HOWLEY, Pnrchaacr.
Cairo, 111., Fu binary liilth, A. 1). m.
Public notice la hereby plven that the nntler
slKned Henrietta Hun er, of Gallatin, Alo., will,
ou tha inth day of March, ISHI, make an applies.
tlon to the Governor of the Hiato of Lllnols for the
pardon ofone .lamos Turner, who wai convicted or
ati assault to murder, at the Way term, 18:9, of the
Alexander Count Circuit Court.
Uated at Cairo, III., this 9th dayof Feb. A.D. 1884.
10d-lw Ou behalf of Jamea Turner.
S-jvlft'e Hneetar I.
i ..i ij a toueiBois prepara
tion, fttn hull it nut ktt r..,r. , .., ...i.lVlT
-- , - -- ... ... ..v. Miutuiiuiim wnn ine va
rious substitutes, imitations, non-secret humbuus.
"Succua Alteram,'' etc., etc., which are now b.
Ing manufactured by varloua persons. Nona of
tl.esa Con i am a aintle article which enters into the
composition of a. S. 8. There Is only one Wwlffa
Hl,MMflf nni Ik... ta .nO,lnn in .v, . , , '; "
To prevent disaster and disappointment, be sure to
got the genuine
flulft'. HnoMH fa a tamnlala r.tt.ti,a t nunJ
Taint, Illood Poison, Malarial Poison and Skin
Humour. J. Uickinscn bmiu, M.D.. At'auto. Oa
1 have had remarkably success with Swift's Sne-
citlc In the treatment of Wood and hk n Diseases,
atid in female Diseases. I took It myself for Car
buncles with happy effect.
u. ci. c. iiKNttr, Ai.u., Atlanta, cia.
I Used Swift's Succlile on my lilt Ia rianirhter. who
was afflicted with some Illood Poison which hd
rwi-lsted ail sorts of treatment 'i ha w..rltl
lieved her permanently, and I shall use it in my
practice. vy. k. Hkontr, M.H.,
Cypress ltld(C, Ark.
In 1SS0 I came from the North to take rharon of
the gas works In Home, as superintendent, and
t'ftorthtt overllow, which occurred In tho spring
following, I was very much exposed to malarial
poison, ami In KSi fonnd my blood so contamina
ted with the poison that I was forced to give up
builness. 1 was treated by the Bhyrii laus without
My trouble finally determined In n shseeaa nt
tha liver and nearly every one (myself included)
thonght 1 was doomed lo die within a few days.
in this condition I was advised hv a friend to take
Swlfi'a Sp'T.flc, and 1 tooh it Just as a drownl g
man would cateh at a straw, hut as soon as mv
system got under the Influence ol tho remedy, the
abscess came to a point and bttri-t. passing on
without pain. In firteon days after tblslwasuo
at my work, and have aiuce enjoyed excellent
Kvery sufferer Irom malarial nolnon should talia
Swift's St-edflC. C. O. PEMCKK,
bupt. Home (ias Lljjht Company.
Our treastlse on Dlool and fckin Diseased mailed
free to applicants
mis swift SPECIFIC CO.,
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New York Oflke, 119 Weft 23d St.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OlIIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, SI 00.0 00!
A General Banking Business
TIIOS. XV. HALLIUAY
JiNTEHPHiSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS HANK.
TWOS. W. IIALLIDAY,
Coinmercial Avenue and Eighth Street
Of floors :
F. DROSS, President.
U. WELLS, Cashier.
I P. N2FF, VicePrcs'nt
I T. J. Kerth, Ase't cash
F. Bros" Ca'ro I William Kl.ito. .Cairo
rcter.MMt niuiatn won....
CM Osterloh " C. O. Patier "
E.A. Buder " II. Well
J. Y. Clcmson, Caledonia.;
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid Ii
the Savings Department. C'ollectioua made and
all business promptly attended to.
Boot & Shoe
No. 90 Coiu'l Ave., Bet. Btli & Ctli Sts.,
Just received a full .ne of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which bo will sell at the lowest bottom prices. It
comprises the best of ST. Lorif nANO-MADK
and of ItOSTON MANIFACTCUKS, I.Af JIK8'
and CHILDRSN'S SHOES, and OENTS KLB
BKR IlOOl'Saud StlOKS. . ..
Cif-We also make to onlor anything in our line
of tho best material and workmanship.
PLOVR, GRAIN AND HAT
Highest Caab Pr)tt Paid for Wheat.
2r2 CI S
W WrS MCi
3 Wit A. II
NEW ADVK tlTlSSMKNTS
The Plea'tire and Profit of cultivating these fruits.
Is just being understood. See our free catalogue.
Tbe beat small frutts, new and old.
WELLS & COKWIN,
nailing Hollow, Suffolk Co .N. r.
A fV TVT Oentlemeo experienced lo
KM Vj 1 lO sale of high-priced books
W A NrPFt T"l t0 "nyaasln Illinois for a
, M.XUXJ new standard reference
work. M B. Cary & Co., 114 Mason 8t., Mil
Mid Cold and Wlntpr.
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Ses.imo and Lilies, paper. lOcta; cloth, 25 cti
Crown of W rid Olive, paper, 10c: cloth, asc.'
Ubics of the Dust, paper, 10 eta : cloib, 25 eta.
Sesame and l.ilu-e, Crown of Wild Olive, and
Ethics of the Dust, In one vi lume, half Russia, red
cdes, socts Modern Painters, Stonea of Ven
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