The Rocky Mountain News (Denver)[unsigned]
1885: March 22

An Interesting New Book.

THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN, by Mark Twain. Price in fine cloth binding, $2.75; leather library style, $3.25; half morocco, $4.25. Published by Charles L. Webster & Co., New York.

This is Mark Twain's latest, and in some respects the best book he has ever written. It overflows with wit and humor, and abounds in startling incidents and hair-breadth escapes. As an aid to digestion it is invaluable and it is warranted a certain cure for the "blues." It is written in Twain's peculiar and fascinating style and will hold the reader spell-bound to the close. This work is profusely illustrated and is a companion to "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," but is complete in itself. It is sold only by subscription. Parties who desire this or any other of Mark Twain's books, can procure them from either of the agents now canvassing the city, or from Charles Westley, general agent, 373 Curtis street, Denver.

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