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Tbe Uiird volume of tWtnt'tiliiiMirible
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St. Nicholas for 1877.
Which opens with oveinber. 1870, hepiiiH
A short and very entertaining rerial from
the r'rench, "The Kingdom ol the Greedy,"
a etory adapted to the ThankKtfiviiiK seat-on.
Another aerial, ol absorbing intercut to boys.
"IHS OWN MASTEH."
Br J. T. Trowbridge,
author of tbe '.Iack Hazard Storlca," be
(,'itiH in tbe ChrUlma Holiday umber,
lieiiidea serial stories, Christmas ctorlos
lively bketebes, poem and picture for the
uolidiy, and some astonishing illustration
ot Oriental sports, with drawing by Siamese
The Christmas Holiday Number of
Superbly illustrated, contains a very inter
"THE B:JVS OK 11V JJOYHOOIV
By William C'tillen Bryant ;
"The Horse Hotel," a lively a'tiele, by
(.'harle A. Barnard, splendidly illustrated ;
'The Clock in the sky." bv itti hard A.
Proctor; "A Christmas 1'lay ior Home- or
Sunuayncbopu," by Dr. iKlcston : "1 ho
l'ctei kins' Christums Tree," by l.urrttia
1. Hale; "roetry and Carols of Winter,"
by Lucy Lnrcom, with pictures.
Do Not Fall to Buy St. Nicholas for the
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During the year there will be interesting
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Joho (i. Whittier, riiotnus iiii;lieN, Willi-in
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Maolord B. Hunt, Kinuk H. .Stotklon, and
There will be stories, hketebes, and
poems, of special iutereht to ,'iris, by Har
riet l'reseott .Siiodbrd, Susan Coolidge.
.Saiab Winter KellogL'. Kliatietli Stuart
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cently given to the public.
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pleasure to the old.
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It reiulrei bo Inntractions to rua it. It can net get out of trier.
Zt vfll do ererr clasa and kind cf wi,
It vfll tsvr from Tissue Paper to Harness leather.
It if far ia advance cf other Sewing Machines in the magnitude of its superior
inrprorements, as a Steam Car cxce&s ia achievements
the old fashioned Stage. Coach,
Prices Made to Suit the Times, either far Cash or Credit.
3J"Sead xor Illustrated Catalogue of STYLES and Prices. 1
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Chicago, III. New York, N.Y. New Orleans, La. SUionIs,Mo
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Acue( Intermittent
Fever, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever.
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever,
&c, and indeed ail the affect ions which
arise from malarious, marsh, cr mias
matic poisons. (
Tlii. U a compound rcim d.v, prepared with
scientific skill from vegetable liijfrtdlt'iits, which
rarely fail, to rare the severest case of Clillls
mi J Fever and thv cunrumibuit diaordera. Burn
a remedy the necesalih-s cf Hie people in malari
ous di.triru drmsnd. It. great eupe riority over
any other medicine yet discovered fur the euro
of IntermiUunu is, that It contain, no quinine or
mineral, nnd those alw tako it are tree from
thuigyr of ulul.in or any Injurious e ffect, ond
a bealtliy after u.Iiir It a before. It ha
been eitenslvely cniployed during the last thirty
year in the treatment of these diatreasinc; dia.
urder., and so unvarying baa been ita success
that il ha gained the reputation of being Infalli
ble. It ran, be safely recommraded a a aure
remedy and specific for the Fever amd Ague cf
the West, and tbe Chills anil Kever of the
(South, which, once broken up by it, do not
isiiirn until the ili.cn ne I atraln eontraetcd.
Tbo (treat variety of disorders which arise
bout the irritation of this poison, aocb aa If eu
might, Uheumatlim, tiout. Headache,
Ullnduess, Toothache, Earache, Ca
tarrh, Asthma, Palpitation, Splenic
Affections, Hysterics, Pain lu tha Bow
els, Collti, ParaJyal, and derangement of
the Dtoiuarh, all of which become intermittent
or periodical, hat-e ao spewlier remedy than
cAt ta's Autc Clue, which cures them all alike,
and protects the system from future attacks. As
a preventive, it is of immense sen-Ice in thoao
communities where Fever and Ague prevails,
a. it stays the development of tbe disease if taken
on the first approach of the premonitory symp
tom.. Traveller, and temporary resident aro
thus enabled to defy these disorders, and few
will ever enlUr if they avail Ihcmtclvc cf tbe
protection this remedy aBord.
For Liver Complaints, arUuig from
torpidity, it is an excellent remedy ; it stimulatea
tnis organ into healthy activity, and produces
many remarkable curt whsre other medicines
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
SOLD ST ALL pftLUUUTS XVtttXWUi.BE,
Booflng and Outterins a Specialty
Slato Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bodi, Pumpi, Stovea
iaaUna PraaaUr Don.
mm mm wi
MSDH ONLY l;V
ti. IV. NI.TIMOXS & SON,
Oak Ilall Boston Mass.
If eiiibracx-s nlltne best iiualiiies of the Knglish
aud irench suits, ami is puiticuhtrly adaptfl to
the reMiiii-einems ..'tl,e American hunters. It is
made from duck McjiI antss .haile), waterproofed
byaputvul pi.:e-. and pamculur uuenlion is
Kiveu to the rivviin of all ilie joi ket comer
aiilsecuielaenb..' oi'all the luittons.
Prioa of the Suit complete, lncludins;
Coat. Veat, Trsusera, Hat, or Cap and
tend P.istolll(o:der. floods sent O. I) If
prvftriel. 'to tie trade we make liberal di-couut-
Iti XE Koii Mi;AriiKiriT. Wal.t. Breast.
Inside swim of slve. Innide seam of trousers
fciie of head -M- i tn.n height aut weight.
Send for circular. A'blrns,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boston. JIaaa. ,
I' bartered hy the
State of Illinois
for tlie express
ptirpriAv ol giving
nail ca.es of private, chronic, and uinmry di
seusea In all their complictel forms. It is well
known that lir.jatue has stood at the head ot
the prolenniou for thepuot :)o years. Are and
experieiiwuiuall-inilioruuit. H'iitinl WeHlt
livwa, night Ur by ilreanis. pimple on the
fac' lost nmnbnod. ran positively Im? einueil
Ladie wantiuif the most delicate attention, call
or write. 1'lnt.uiit home for patients. A book
for the million. Marriaxe tiuide, vt hih telle
you all about theae disease--who should marry
wliv not 1" cents to pay poetaire. lr. James
has io room, and parlor. Vou see no one but
the doctor oillce hir. '-1 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sun
days, In to Ij. All businese strictly contlden
ial. i 4-e-d4W-lv.
'I u Lskk Citv Joraxatlaalocal n.wsiwisfr
publinid in tim ,ldst of the Harden of the est,
where land- may Ij lirocured at ot to 00
per acre. The man or whatever ene, proleuou
r capitiil , can here Bsake hit fortune.
Those euutemitlatiafe- a western home and com
petency. liajr t tSorougblyi nlormed by ba
C4,ming subscriber to Uw Jot
I kiims: line vear. f"Jl 6' months, SI U)
Three mouth, .'sjecnUi stoje paid.
Ad.tr.' i ..B. lioTCHMK.
I. i-4w . Lake City, Icwa.
Mv-uii tjuti IlliMtmuid
lwui Itl. t.ch,l all II,. io
uuiaiioi-suiiuiil kuo oa
Cowmiii.. Slwri.it. ti
M.w.iioa. wl las
frviu.ictMrui. Kuw to rur.
alikibfi kf lk:uu. awiih LSuad
allkln o4 vllh huailmi. el .!.ib.. rriS4,
Wltotiiuuiil marrv th iinp-'im1" I' nttrrtaM. thru
lur tusi cuw. i irslU 1 UusMt, Ullly ffit-UiuiDf
'wutt-e viHtrtuma mud u.ii lu rur ; il it lhauiily i
.tinn.i,i. ana .-". . w... iwn
near ..!. klnil ,rr DuUi.hcu. Sim! la ran,
.r'."..r... ri ". lS-i
III tv.r t-.i-t. k--lit tfcntr'y t-.l)-tl en r..-.'lt ol u cifc
St. UMtl , fjuitTiiiifl.aiiu!. - -
The lame can be healed ami the wounded
luitdo whole. We imw know hist what the
Centaur Liniment will iln. They will not
mend broken bones or cure Cancer, but
they w ill extract soreness, all.iy pain, cure
Uhetiniatlm and a lancer ranjie ol lle-di,
bone and muscle ailtneni tbun anvartlclu
ever before diseovtt'ed.
Sclcntilie skill cannot (to beyond the c'
fects of tlteso rem irkablo preparations
CmtoMC Biikimait.sm of many year
standiUK, Neuraluia, Weak-Hack, r'ever
sons, Weeping-sinews, Sciatica, tiaked-l!iea-t.
li-torted .loiut aud Siiriatied
Utuh ol the worst kind are cured by the
White Centaur Liniment.
It w ill destroy the pain and heal without
a scar all ordinary (turns and ScaMs. it
will extract the poison ol Bites and Minits,
and the Irost Irom 1'ioen Limbs. It Is
very elllcucious for Kar-ache, Tooth-ache,
Itch and Cutaneous Kriiptions.
Mr. Josiali Wc-tlake, ot Maryt-ville, O.,
w rite :
"For years my Rheumatism hat been so
that 1 have been unable to stir from the
house. The llrst thrco bottles of Centaur
Liniment ennbli-d tun t walk without my
crutches. 1 am mending rapidly. I think
your Liniment simplv a marvel."
C. 11. Bennett, Knijjjjlst, Itock Prairie,
Mo., says :
"Centaur Liniment sells better and icives
the best satisfaction of anything iu the
What the Centaur Liniment ha done for
others it will do for you. It is reliable, aud
It Is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is worth its weight In gold to owners ol
horses and inuM.
This L iiiment has cured more Sutained,
Sweenied, Kin-boced and dulled Horses in
three years than have all the Farriers in the
country in an ae. Its effect sre simply
We have thousands upon thoiuands ol
certilicates as strong as the following :
"My horse w as lame for a year with a let
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and I considered him worthless un
til I commenced to t:e Centaur Liniment,
which rapidly cured him. 1 heartily recom
mend it. "JtfcV. iEO. W. FtKKi.
Manorville.HchoharieCo., y. W"
"Dear Sirs 1 have userl tour ( ontnur
Liniment iu my family, and find it to be ol
great value. neac fend me two dollars
worth, one far the mules and horses.
"Falls Station, Wyoming Co., Pa.
It make very little difference what the
case Is, whether It be Wrench, sprain, Poll-
r. ii ivingiione, scrstcnes or Lameness 01
any kind, the effecl are tbe same. Llverv
men, Stage proprietors. Farmers, ke., should
cever be without the Yellow Centaur Unl-
racnt. it is old everywhere., and warrant
ed 1h its elicit.
Laboratory of .L R. IiO"K A CO. ,
Uv or., Nt.w Vokk.
Oast or ia.
It is a mistake to suppose that Casloria is
not adapted to grown persous as well as
Children. They only need to increase the
quantity, ltut chi.dren have so manv com
plaints for which Cattoria is adapted like
Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worms, l etter,
Teething and Croup, that it Is especially
recommended for them.
Itsellects are more certain than Castor
Oil. It contains no alchohol and is as nleis-
aut to take a honey. It nt-ver fripes. Hy
regulating the stouiiich and bowels the Cas-
toria cools the blood, expels wor jis and
prevents feverishness, (piit-tsthc neres and
produces health then of courie children
can sleep in quiet and mothers can rest.
I us tori a is recommended by all physicians
au j nurses w no nave trn-ii it, and it is hav
ing a raptniy increasing sale. It i-prepared
with great eare alter the recipe ol Ir. Sam
uel i ijcuer, ot Mass., at the Laboratory ol
, l ft ...
o . i. jvusc . to. . fi Lev lora.
"A Complete Pictorial Hlatory of tha
iiniBi. -"in oeat cneapest, and
laoat aucceaaful Family Paper
ia the Union.
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corrolsjiative urguinent of no small lbn-e.
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their kind, and itx min i reudine: iiuin i- id ut mm
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tions area bundaiit and ol raic excclleuce. Chri
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