New York: Howley, Haviland & Dresser, 1902. 8p. sheet music with Dewey illustration of a black man and his weeping woman on the front wrap, 10.75x13.5 inches, lightly worn red & black on white wraps with notation, "This is the march and two-step arrangement of the greatest coon song of the day, introducing Sabina, arranged by Ben M. Jerome.'.
An oft-covered song, with versions recorded by everyone from Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong to Patsy Cline and Michael Bublé. Several versions of this sheet music appear, with different text or images in the rectangular box at lower left.