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PUHL13IIKI) II V JOHN II. OI1EKI.T A CO.
Mi I). HAHItKM., AP.B0CTATJC KDITOK.
MONDAY, NOVEMBKK J, I860.
Linen Rheollntf 12 qurtrlcrH wide, $1 75
centa por yard, nt ItollIy'H. tf
Angostura Hlttcr'H, W. H. Hchuttcr.
Bolo agent, Cairo, Illinois. oo 25 2m
Good towelH, nil linen, . 20 cents, each,
at Noilly's. tf
The beatasHortment of strictly fashion
able lints ever opeuod in Cairo,: have
Jtst been received by Miller. &. Miller, tf
To-day, Novo ruber int., will be ob
served by tbollotnan Catholic and Pro
tectant Episcopal churches, with appro
priate core monies, aa "tho feast of All
Boula." It Cuitta the Chills, A 1 ford's xxX A8no
tL Cairo Lodge, No. 237. A. I and A.
VM. will hold a special communica
tion tills (Monday) evening November,
1. A. L. 589. At 7 o'clock A punctual at
tendance is earnestly requested.
By order of tho W. D.
CitAfl. Forrest, Bocretnry.
Union linen 25 cents per yard, nt
Somo miscreant entered tho stateroom
of tho steamer Dnn Able nt Mound City,
wherein the dead body of Mr. Henry
Taylor was lying, and abstracted there
from deceased's gold watch. Two ne
groes were placed under arrest; but wo
did not learn whatevidenco of their guilt
ban been obtained.
Ask for Alford'fl X-X Aguo Itomedy.
At least two cnlls for meetings to pro
vldo for a course of lectures this winter,
have been disregarded by tho parties to
whom the public naturally look for the
arrangement of such matters. If these
parties will lay a wager with each other,
omo trillo like a box of cigars or a 1'adu
cah town lot, on the ncoro of attendance,
possibly the required meeting may be
convened -scarcely otherwise.
For really fashionable clothing go to
Miller and Mlllcr'H. tf
The celebrated "Hed Lyon" brand
double warpnlpaccos, the great alpacca
of tho age, and tho best goodd for tho
money In America. In width, color and
texture this alpacca will be found su
perior to any other. Cunningham's la
the only house in this city where theso
v foods can be found. He Is now in receipt
.f a fresh Importation, ho also has tho
Washington Double Wnrp Alpaccas"
Paris cloths. An examination of these
foods is respectfully solicited. 3t
Uso Endcr'n Chili
Cure. "It never
Wo understand that nu individual who
.rrlvod in the cltv a dav or two itiro. is
representing himself to the patrons and
friends of the 'Bulletin,' an Hit local re
porter of the piper, and on the strength
of that claim Is receiving civilities that
otherwise might not be extended to him.
We have to say that no change has been
made In tho editorial management of the
Bulletin,' and that the Individual in
question Is not connected with thepnptr
In the capacity named, or In any other
Ender'a Stomach Hitters ! "The best
Tlie I'n-rinet 'Jlclirls.
The following perhons have been nom
tinted for the olllcea of contablo nnd
ustlce of the neace.
in mi: fioirnr c.vnto precinct. .
James ()rlnnd nnd Wm II. Splller,
irjuillcu of the pence; and JoHeph Ar
old and Joseph Illglin, for constables.
1NTIIK NORTH CAIRO PRECINCT.
IouU Jorgenteu, Bichurd McQiunls
ud I Corcoran, forjustlcosoftho iace;
ud M. Bambrlclc, Edward Shanneisy
nd John Cain, for couuty cou.tnbU'M.
As tho tickets were all printed beforo
icso nominations were made, voters
ust till up tho blanks for theuiselvo?.
on't ncglccMhlH, as It Is very derdrnblo
at tho olllccs bhould bo tilled by men
ho will servo. Excrche cure In the
t of names. All votea given to nom-
.nn nutolili. if Mw.lr nu'n nrnol t 1 rt u will
(icntleinou'H collars tlio Albany mako
inexcelled In stylo and general get up.
i immense stock nt Miller ami Miller's.
tfr. Henry Taylor, late engineer of
steamer Anderson, a citizen and pro
'ty holder of Cairo, diud In his berth,
bonrd tho steamer Dan Able, on tho
nnd City Ways, yesterday morning
some time ilui Iny the preceding ulght.
was at Mound city, superintending
repalrd of tho Able, and although his
dth h'id been impaired iiuring a perl
of fieveral montlm, no one anticipated
nklon 'termination of h3 existence,
retired Ha turd ay night, well as usual";
on yuudny morning was found Hturk
' stilt, in his bed, his face- besineaied
h blood, that hud oozed from his noso
mouth, llo was lying perfectly
Ightaud composed, tho bed clothing
ted about his neck In a manner that
eatcd that ho died without a struggle,
leaves u wife and child in this city,
n whom tho news of his death fell an
eat and overwhelming grief.
First class day board at Walker A Ols
on's restaurant, at $5 per week. tf
AtMltietM Iloasfi far Rent.
That eligibly situated business house
No. 8 Thornton's block, Tenth street, is
for .rent. Apply on the premises.
I will on Tuesday November, 2. at 10
o'clock, a.m. soli at public autlon, a full
and complete assortment of millinery
goods tho entire stock of Mrs. Barber,
No. 142 Commercial Avonue, between
Eighth and Ninth streets, consisting of
lacos, embroideries, ladies and children's
bonnets, hats, caps, boots, and shoes;
also ladles' nndgentlomens' furnishing
goods of every dtsnrlptton, composing
the finest stock of goods over offered for
sale in Cairo, at public auction. Terms:
cash, and sale without reserve.
It Daniel Haktman, Auctioneer.
Delegate meeting in the
The delegates to tho county convention
from tho north Cairo precinct, met in the
office of the circuit clerk on Saturday
evening tho .10th nit. Jno Q. Harman,
Esq., was mado chairman and W. IN.
Thornton secretary. Tho uameH of a
number of votera of the Precinct were
presented to tho meeting, in connection
with tho offices of justice of tho peace
and county constable, nnd from tho
number tho following' were chosen:
FOR JlVnCES Of TIIK J'EACE,
Patrick Corcoran, Louis Jargensen and
roll COUNTY CONSTAIII.tS.
Michael Bambrlck, John Cain, and
The nomination of these persons for
tho offices for which they were named
was made unanimous, whereupon tho
meeting adjourned, elnedic.
It contains no quinine norur-enlc. Al
ford's xX Aguo Remedy.
The German Nchool -.The nail To. Might.
In the distribution of tickets to tho ball
to-night, tho Trustees of the German
school have received from our citizens
evidences of tho most lively friendship
towards the hchool, and of the most
earnest solicitude for iU success. Among
the hundred or more citizens who were
asked to buy a ticket, not one refused on
account of hostility to tho school, atfd
very few on any other account. The re
sponse was general and gcnerouo, and
will place nt the control of the Trustees
a very considerable portion of the means
required to relievo tho Institution of very
It is more than likely that there are a
large Lumbar of citizens who were not
called upon, who will willingly buy
tlckeU when advUod where they can be
obtained. For the Information of this
numlwr we have been requested to say
that tickets can bo obtained from Esq.
Dross, Mr. Under, Mr. Bchuh, or at the
hall door this evening.
The ball, It will bo remembered, comes
off this evening in flcheel's hall; and
there Is reason for believing that it will
bo ono of the largest and pleaaantest re
unions of the year. Every effort will be
madotomako it salisfsctory in every
particular, and with that end In view
tho hall will bo comfortably warmed and
brilliantly lighted; expert Hoar mana
gers and prompters wilt bo on hand; the
inuslo will bo of the best, and the re
spectable character and standing of tho
participants will afford ample guarrautso
of good order. Tickets, ?1 00.
Best 5 quarter pillow blip muslin 24
cento per yard, at Rcllly's. ' tf
(n'l Com pro hi Ice.
The radicals of tho neighboring re
prebentutlve district, composed of John
a Htew lest a eouud, constitutional dem
ocrat bhould avail hlmeelf of their dis
tractions and do them tho honor to rep
resent them In the constitutional con
vention. "Wo observe that nu attempt
was made last week to efl'ecta concen
tration of their forces on one man, W.
R. Brown, of Metropolis; but the Kuy
kites, tho l'eterltea and Murray skltes,
couldn't see It by those- burners." Each
fraction contended for tho superior
strength of its leader, and refused to be
riwullowcd up In a movement to elevate
Brown or "any other man," except Its
own favorite. And so all of them, Kuy
keudull, Peter and Murray, remain in
tho field, Kuykcndall being "damned
by tho faint praUe" of tho Golconda
'Herald;' Peter contending against tho
supportof the Metropolis 'Promulgator,'
and Murray going it alone, without an
"organ" to Impedo his progress. But
the j)cple will hnvo occasion to rejoico
over the fruits of this division in tho
radical household. It will lead to the
election of W. II. Brown, a gentleman
of ability, a democrat, a sound, substan
tial and patriotic citizen. Ho reflects
tho real estlments of u majority of tho
voters of his district, and could bo elec
ted on a square, even handed race, if
conservative radical voters would break
the bonds that niako thorn blaves to
party. We feel assured, therefore, that
his election overmuch a shyBter as Kuy
kendall, who appears to be his principal
opponent, will not bo regarded, by reas
onable radicals, In tho light of a disaster
or even as a result to bo seriously de
plored. Ve nr "t personally acquain
ted with. W, II. Brown, but are told that
hV'is a man. or very fnr ability If ho Is,
thuadvaiitago ho (heroin lias over Kuy.
kuiiMull, ought, of Itsolf, to Insure hid
math or.Hr. Geo. W. Unitey.
At 7 o'clock this morning George W,
Hagey breathed his last, and entered
upon tho realities of that other world ac
cessible only through tho portals of the
tomb. Although the community Is sen
sibly shocked by thoannouncmentof his
death, tho sad event wan scarcoly ttnex
poctod. Ho had for many days, even
weeks, been lingering on tho border of
eternity that fell destroyer, Consumpt
ion, moanwhile weakening the hold he
had upon life. Yesterday morning ho
passed away calmly nud without a strug
gle, as if he were composing nlmsolf for
a sweet sleep.
Mr. Hagey, and a twin brother, wero
born in Huulsville, Ala., on 22d day of
February 1810, and was named Gcorgo
Washington Hagoy, on tho public square
in Nashville, under a salute of counon
his twin brother, receiving the name of
Thomas Jefferson at tho samo time and
place. His father, John Hngey, did gal
lant service as ono of Gen Lafayette's
When quite ayoung man Mr. H. lo
cated In Smlthland, where ho married'
and raised a large and Intelligent family,
ten of his children and his wlfo surviving
him. In tho year 1800 he formed a busi
ness copartnership with Capt. Geo. D.
Williamson which continued up to with
in aboutsixor eight months of his death
In that relation, and as a citizen and a
father ho sustained n character entirely
abovo reproach. Kind hearted and
Indulgent, consistent and affectionate as
a husband anda father, his death will
strike n deep and lasting sorrow to the
hearts of his widow and children. May
time speedily soften tho pangs of the
great grief that has overtakeu-them.
The remains will burled in Hmlthland,
Kentucky, to which place they will bo
conveyed by the packet to-morrow even
ing. See ndvortlNemeutof Dr. Butts' Dispen
sary, headed, Book for the million
MAititiAOK ciumn In annother col
umn. It should bo read by all.
If Mothers would give Mrs. Whitcomb's
Byrup to their children when sick, mor
tality would be less among them. It costs
only 25 cents.
First clam day board can be secured nt
5 pur week. The bill of tare consists of
of the best in the market, served by ex
pert caterers in an unexceptionable stylo.
Tho dry goods establishment of Mr.
Louis Blum, has been removed from his
old stand to the buildltignext doo.'to tlie
corner of Commercial Avenue andElghth
street, formerly occupied by Mr. M. Hu
leu. Will be opened Saturday morning,
the 30th Inst. oo 28 d Ot
To Oar Rtll Patrons.
On and after November 1st no goodB
will be permitted to leave the store for
trial. Evory conveulenco and facility
will be furnished for trying shoes in tho
storo,thereby providing against mistakes
which frequently occur where goods are
taken out and returned; and certainly
inburing to customers equal If not grea
This rule will be rigidly adhered to.
oo 2y 3t. Elliott, Haythoun it Co.
Shell oysters, gnme, etc., can always
bo secured at Walker t SUsou's restau
rant. Nov 2 If
"Don't wish for better." "Better
than auy other wo have used." 'Like It
much." "Cant speak too highly of It."
"There can bo no fault found with It."
"Can testify to Its superiority." "Don't
uso any other." These aro a few quo
tations from the hundreds of testimonials
In favor of Dooley's Baking Powder,
which is tho only chemically pure,
harmless, healthy and nutritious article
of tho kind In market. For sale bj
Walker & Bissau's Billiard Hall and
Restaurant is tho center of attraction for
strangers and others who would strength
en the inner man with fnuh oynter,
stewed, raw, roasted or fried; quail on
toast, venison, fish or any other luxuri
ous or substantial edible; or pass an hour
with tho "cuo" In tho 1 argon t and best
billiard hull In tho city. tf
Iko Hammttt, Columbus; McGlll, St.
Louis; Belle Memphis, St. Louis; Anna,
St. Louis; Republic, St. Louis; Rubicon,
St. Louis; Mohawk, St. Louis; Shamrock,
Cincinnati; Argosy, Cincinnati; Hopo,
Cincinnati; Sam. Hale, Cincinnati; A.
Baker, Kastport; Wm. Whlto Paducah;
Belle St. Louis, Memphis; Edlngburg,
Memphis; Alpha, Memphis Continental,
New Orleans; Atlantic, N. Q; Lady Gay,
N. 0; Richmond, N. O.aQuickstep,
Evansvlllo; Burksvllle, EvUitivIUejClarn
Scott; Evansvlllo; Palmetta, Louisville;
Iko Haramltt, Columbus' Bollo St.
Louis; Continental, St. LoulJ'f Shamrock,
St. Louis: Atlantlc,St. Louis; Lady Gay,
St. Louis; Hope, St. Louis; Richmond,
St. Louis; Argosy, Now Orleans; Repub
lic, Now Orleans; Palmetto, Now Or
lenns; Wm. Whlto.PaducaJh Edlngburg,
Cincinnati; Anna, Olcolnnatl; Bello
Memphis, Memphis; McUill, Memphis,
Sam. Halo, Memphis; Qutekstep.Evans
vllle; Clara Scott, Eyanavillo Btirkaylllo,
Evansvlllo; Rubicon, Vloksburg.
Tho weather is Homewhat mixed
cloudy and clear, this morning, but yes
terday was clear and cool.
Tho rlyer hero has fallou four Inches
sluco last report.
Business contlnuoj good on the river.
Freight arrive-, in considerable quanti
ties for rcshlpment, nnd Is promptly for
warded. Tho Mississippi and Missouri continue
falling, with scant nine feot to St. Louis.
Tho Ohio Is falling with tiirco and a
half feot water to Pittsburg and three
feet four Inches lu thecaual at Louisville.
There is still three feet water reported
on Walker's Bur, but theOotavIa Is cut
ting out a new and straight channel
which it is hoped will give from six to
ten inches more water.
Parties from St. Louis and elsewhere
aro dragging the river in the vicinity of
tho wreck of tho Stonewall, and hnvo
succeeded In finding forty dead bodies.
Nouo of them havo been identified. The
dead are provided with plain coffins and
ILLCOX & fIBBS
Hlletit Mm Family
SEWING II Machine I
is thi: nnsT for family use.
-irilt Htllrli, Hem, Pell, Tuck, Cord,
IHikI. Hrnld, lullt anil Embroider
Ilrnnttfully. It will, with tho FINKbT needle and
thrriwl, run from perfect ork en tlie firtut NalnooV,
oter lliulicnvltsst boater elotli ami cowhulc, with NO
chsiiKc of nevdle, throml or tenoion. It will uc
cnrii cotton, linnn, mlk and twine. It run cler
fouler itml nttller than any other machine. It forma a
flat, oven nnd lt'.i' semn.diflerlng frnm crery other
tlt-li eivhloiij) I'einKTWItfTKPby rnrnnsof
TUB "HOTATIMi JIOOK.M
and drawing lb" twlit Into tlmgo-ii, Ihui securely
ftenlns ciery Mitch, o that the aeani will Lear to be
rut at fre'i'K nl nit'rvHl, ami In that cane, cren, tho
ream I' warranted rip In wear, and undnr
nil arcumtntirei to "nurtlt thowwhtub." Old,
worn out f.untly rarrnen', hoeom, panti. droea.
Ac, hate bfn atlfimiltrd to Committee at PAIilN
where wn tho dHKATKSr COMfKTITION, and to
thi Nillch mcmium hare, been awarded for It
tirtorlly, litirnliHUy, ft.lntlclljr and
A patented device prevent the poIbllity or the
machine IHn run In tho wrong direction, or tho
Inlance wheel eter wearing or touching tho lrc.
THi: NKKPt.K CANNOT HE 8KT WtloNO.
Thtu avoiding thcgrent trouble of other machine.
NO IIP.iHKINO OK NKEDI.E-",
Tho bl.vle of the necdl I Icm than tlirce-fnurtln
of an inch Ions, and l "tralpht.
TIIK lir.MMKi; AND FW.t.KK CAN NKVKB HE BET
Any ono may adjti.t them IN THE DAKK. The
hem miy 1 'jf any width. No other hemmer or fel
ler Is lik ihlt. It turn the hem on th right or un
der ildea you want it.
It will not drop Nlltchr), tha needle I
alwaya set rlgM. the btado rhort and straight, doea
not vibrate, like longer ones, They are
MANUFACTt'KKI) WITH MATHEMATICAL I'KB
CISION. Hence, each part la interchangeable anil can Jw rea..
ly replaced In fa of accident. It will lat it genera,
tion, If properly cared for None who ha uted It
can fo persuaded to ueany other.
The roundness, evenness, durability and batity of
WEHK NEVER EQUALED.
Its RAPID1TV, AIIPOLUTE atlLLNEHS. EAK
OK MOTION, narrow r.m and neatness ofitaHEM
(kitd KEI.Lwere ucvar Hiiroebtd by any other
The rnESS unhrally pronounce this the HEST
FAMILY SEWINt; MACHINE IN TtlK WOULD
Whatever tho men. of the other machines. It ii no
disparagement to say the Wilcox A Gibb Is worth,
for family use, double that of any otber ever offered
It received the Gold Hrrinl of tu Americas In.
stitute-the FIIMT l'HEMIUM for
"TUB IIK4T bEWINU MACUINK,"
at the great New England Fair tha Vermont State
Fair tho rennsjlvani fctaU FaU the Indiana Btata
Fair the Wleconstn State Fair tho Michigan fiuto
Kalr the Iowa Ktate Fair and at over 80 County
Fairs throiiirtouiine west mamng more nrsirrera
luma than were taken by all other Blig Machines
together In the samo time.
It Is now the Great Leading Faatily Henlng
ALL OVER THE WOULD.
We lake other nn-Iiin lu flxchanc. Wo sell
Oil.Coiro.v. Sin. Twist and Needlcs for every kind
of dewing Machine.
Air 11 La Wanted. Term to ArenU. descriptive
circular and specimen of work, sent frea by mail, on
receipt ul atatiip, or nau 01
coit.vi:i.i., AV.vun a comings,
111 Lake Street, Chicago. Illinois.
jp ENNSYLVAXIA CJ5N1 BALR.
D O V It I i: T It Ai'K.
til .Miles tho Shortest Koutc to Xew Yorkl
At Pitt'ti.r train frcm tho West run direct to tli
L'nion il. pot, Mhern rurffngera for Ilarriiburg. Haiti,
more, Washington, I'lidadFli'lila, New Tork, lloston
and all the New Knglnnd toci, are Irauiferrcd to
train of the
l'i:.V.VSVLVAM 1 KAIMtOAI.
Iluy you ticket for New TorU.rinladelphut nnd nil
it-Mil, via the r.tUburg, l-ort Wayne 4 Chicago
and th r.-tin)lrnnii Central Rallro.-xd. Thotrains ol
l'ei. I. I X OIK V K X T 11 A Ii
make.'lo.o c r.tii' ti"iii 't Mattoon nnd Chiiagot and'
the entirv tr p t New York 11 mado with ontr two
rtiunge of rar.
Kloant Vt'ltle Iusonuer farn,
Italied Koufa inlirovtd StI
Thee ears aro llinroiighl) ventilated nnd protided
with Mry ino-l.-rii imprute.iirnt tn-ct-ssury totho
Hftfoty mid comfort if traveler
ST.&TiMtooi siTi:i:iix cues
Kun tlir.iugli i I'liiliidelphia on nil Nlhl Tmin,
and New York 11 I'hiladflphia and Altentown, with,
out hange, ut.'uixling Itant'iigcr a night of utidi.1.
tutU-d real, an I
I.miiiliig: ilieiii In Now York Mourn in
.il unco of nil nt her l.hirsl
Xui hi tuuv to m luro Hotel arcommodationa befora
tho nrrival of the paten sera by other routos.
Tollotton nod New Englnnd pasicngers Una routo
I especially desirable, a it gives them nn opportunity
of xeeing tho finest view among tho Alleghany
Mountain, beside visiting Pittsburg, I'hiladvlphm
nnd New York, Without llxtrnnsi.
BIT All New England luissenger holding through
licket!i will Iw transferred, with their baggigc, to Itml
nnd Hoiit Connection, In New York, without charge.
Four Bally Trains Leave N. V Tor Boitou.
Thirteen Bally TraTnsLoave riillatlelplila
for New York,
Via Jcney City nnd Camden and Ambor. Dittauce.
10 milesi Time, 4 hours. '
Tina is the only route by which pii-engcm can leawt
Chicago Buturday nltornoon, in 11 through car. Ihl
tram loates the I'lltsbtirg, Fort V)iio k. Chicago
Vnllnay Depot at fiiitO p.m. nnd run.') tlirough without
itelay, arriving 111 New York nt (':'0 Monday morning.
Hours In Advance of Oilier Lines!
The 0:CO pin Inun from I'hicego urnvoa in New
ltork nt": tin. 111. llioHIXOM) IIAV, U l-'J Hour
in Ailvnucu ol' 11113' other lloulvl with cor
responding redi" urn to IIOTO.V. PHILADELPHIA,
JIAl.TlMOHEnnd WAblllNUTON. .
ur liaggago checked through to nil atntion on the
i.'no nt 1110 i fi
nnsvlv.iiini Itnilivay, and to llaltimore,
nl Nuw York, from Pittsburg, fhirago,
ami nit iirinL'iniLl Woatcru Citlea.
UD- liutos of freight nnd oxprra frcivht to any
Eastern point, nro ut nil times an favorablo a. tun
oiiurged by other lines.
Uti'Throiigh tickets for sule nt the principal olllccs
In tho West.
EDWARD H. WILLIAMS,
Raueral tiupcrintendont. Altoona Pa.
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" ... We fe uri that the ntrcriualitleKnt
lisart anil mind united, the beauty of description anl
Parity of thought nnd feeling which won for Ml
ilremer'e domo'tir picturea so many loving reader
alloverthe world during her lifetime, will drsw lh.
old ones bark and ultra'' t many new ones to the.
memorials." Cincinnati Evening Clironielo.
THE PIUiRl.My WALLET, or, rp of Tril
gathered In England, France, an? tiermany. Ily
Olltrt Haven. In one vnlutun ti.W.
"HI pictures are drawn wi'h a ftrri. and vlgorklB
hand. Ills description of London is wonderfully litl
ami clear and thmuily one we remember ever to hum
r-iad which glea thoeliglilrt notion of the external
feature o! the motern llabylon." Portland Pres.
T11EOPEN POLAR SKA. Ily Dr. 1. 1. Knyes. In Oe.
volume, t.'O. Fined Hon. J 1.7.1.
"The volume Is eveo'hing tlitt could l-itllrt'd i,t
revpect of mwhanlcal execution. Tlin llluainttltti.,
which are Ml nfter sketehe or ili'rlptions by Ir.
ei, have au additions! charm throw i nround tli' itt
by the pencil of Dailer, White, and I'enn, and ore,
without exception, spirited and artistic. Ti c mni
enable the rcu lei to follow tho course of the e.ipdl
tion with ease, and as regard tj potfraphv, it ne.W
only be said tlt volume was pnutedat thti Rlrersltta
Press." New York Times.
MRS. CAUDLB'fl CURTAIN LECTI'REH, Ily Don
iMjerold. With illustrations. .iS.
riCCtOL. Ry X. H.Halntine. In one volume.bccii
tlfally illustrate'). 3I.-4I.
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attained a classical reputation. Like 'Paul nnd Vlr
ginla,' and 'ElifiUth, or tho Kxd's of r-ilriu,' Pic
ciola' Is regarded ni a book to keep, not merely t
reail and throw nt lile: Ua Myle and iilltnent ctimbinc
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human book, nppenlinetoihc most refined and eleva
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