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St Nicholas for 1877,
Thich opens with Siovember. ltCU, terms
A short and very entertaining aerial from
Ike TnchL,"Tte Kingdom olthe Greedy,"
.tAT-r adiDted toUke 1 tactunvin aeamin.
Another serial, ot UworUn g invereal to t-oy
'lili OWS MASTER." -Bt
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anthorafthe "Jack liarard Jitories," 1
mi in the ChrlMmas Holiday umber.
HaudM aenal sxoriea. Christmas none
liTcrr kttcaes poem and pictures lor the
hoii Jt. and some a'Vo&Uhing lHunratlou
id tTientaJ s;om.-ith drawltps by eiamee
Ta diristmaui Holiday K ambir of
. ST. NICHOLAS.
ct LLk.it a tt-rr ititr
"THE BOTS Or JdT BOTKuOli,""
By WUum to'U a bryairt ;
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C'liWle A. Barnard. ;leeiid y iifutratl ;
Tm C(M'k in LL tj," It iUchard A
PrMlori A tliJirtmae rlsy tot lmr t
uitfeT-ticbodii." br Vt. creton : -The J
J'ftert.ai' ChriULt Jttt," ly lA3trtia
P. ila-t; ' Poetry ard Cro of V.tur,"'
by Lucj Lurcom, with jkre.
So KM Fail to Buy St- Xiciolaa for the
CfcraaTiraa Hblirtava. rnos Sti ctev
Xnrinr the year there lu be Interesting
i apert lor boys, by William Cvllen Bttsjiv,
J out j. '. tuutr, fhuka UuUes, WiiUau
How.tt, Vt. Holland, Ceort JJatloitiid,
fcsx.fc.rd B. Hurt, raxk K. Stockton, and
There will be storiet, (ketches, and
poems, of special ioterest to girls, by Har
riet rrewjott Ioorit rMtsaa Coolidge,
6atU Winter KeUofe, Exabeth ftuan
fhelpk, Louisa Alcott. Lucrttia V. Hale,
ceiia master, itary jiapet lxxJi'e, ana
many others. There will be a Wo
"TWELVE SKY PICTUKJi."
By I'roitssor Troctor, the Astronomer,
with map., showing '-The btara of Each
Month," which will be likely to turpaas in
interest any aeries on popular science re
cently given to tne public.
Amusement and Inxtruction. with Eun
and r rohc, and Wit and Wisdom, will be
mingled a heretofore, and t. ichol
will continue to delight the youn and give
pleasure to the old.
THE LOSDVX LIlLItAIiY WoKLD
'There tt no magazine ior the young thai
can be said to ecjtial this choice pruluction
of Scbibukk1 press. All the articles,
whether in proe or rbyme, are throbbing
with vitality. The literature and
artistic Illustration are both superb."
The London Daily St ws says : " We wish
we could point out its equal in our own
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terial than fifty dollar' worth of the ordin
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ChkaeaiDl Kew Yort , V, Y. New Orleun, La- SLLoaltttfOe
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purpose of a PamilT Fhrsic ;
and for curux Coatirene, JaunCir,
Indixesuon, 'oul fitcmach, Lrtata,
JXeaaache, Erysipeii-i, i-.litania-t..m,l.ruptioti
and bam life"."u,
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?Avs'4w' wrlujiil pni;i.
tic in tin ir ip-
arc ntiil the m't.t thorough hii1 ht-ar li
Irii; tathurtic lucUlciut! that can l,c
t'liiployed : tleanslux the stomach ami
Lowel, ami even th- 1j1ix1. Jii Kniiill
dostH ot otw pill a day, they utlinuluW:
the diuc-ttUvc oryauit nuil prouiuto vig
Aykk'h J'ii.i.i have been known fur
moru than a quarter of a century, nnl
have obtained a world-wide reputation
for their virtues. They correct dia
rased action In the several assimila
tive organs or the body, and are bo
composed that obstructions within
their range can rarely withstand or
trade them. Hoi only do they cur
the every-day complaint of every
body, but also formidable and danger
oua diseases that have baffled the best
of human skill. While they produco
owerful effects, they are, at tho same
time, the safest and best physic for
children, By their aperient action
they gripe much less thun the comiuou
Imrgatlves, and never give pain M-heu
he bowels are not inflamed. They
rearh the vital fountains or tho blood,
uiid strenjrtheu the system by free lug
It from the elements or weakness.
Adapted to all apes and conditions
In nil climates, containing ' neither
calomel nor auy deleterious drug:,
these lilh may be takeu with safety
ny tuiyixNiy. Tlieir sugar-coatiiiK pre
serves them ever fresh and makes
them pleasant to taktj while beintr
purely vegetable, bo harm can arise
from their use In any quantity,
Or. J, C. AYtR 4 CO., Lowell, Mats.,
rratisM sm4 AwlrUel Cstsmlsts.
M ar all oapaxiUTS rearwKSKS.
freXii MB Aiirrnmipi
FIVE YEARS !
It zza. zzt cet est cf trie?.
ia tha Bzzzni cf its re?ert
THE NEW MAGAZINE.
RECORD tub YEAR
iOCBTU KUMBLU (JILT) KALY lO-
With a l!ije fetttl Fortraitof A. T. fctewar
career, lealh, V. i: ajid feaixsion.
And Ix Bides the uiii'jut ajid valuable liarr o
JiifKdlait event, am becurreunea Uifoujfbtiul
i.e erorld, ttii Duiiilrr cintaio, among two
tundred olbcr articles, Uie following poioU of
Quneu Victoria's Kew Tlile.
l'r. JoLa flail's Avrii I'blioMphers (Fools) .
1 lie true Jtjueucaa aciiaracierulie 1'oetu.
WaebiuKU'0 a Mar.tial of 1 laiice.
J ran liiKvluw'a tancy.
Kew llonaa-Car I'ocoy, lor April.
lom 1'vlru' CliuracK-ri.llbS,
A W'tiiat J'arty In Uie Ark.
. Tbree UipiUUuU Aur. Stewart, VauikrOilt.
Mark I w.in at a Hon Auction.
Fir.t VejiiaJe Lobby i tat Waahlne'tun.
'1 be Oirl of fevilie s Hiiaoiab i'oem.
KoyaJiy in Ibe UaltihUiie.
Arieiuu W ara'a Ibaiacierand I'ecullarilie.
Moutlily ltw-Airdof (Murraaa, etc.
lbiufa to luuyhad at popular and toachlns
poeua, skeu bes, iucidenU. iusuch attrao
tire variety, tliat it form the richeat amount oi
valuable ate! eulerunnitis! swirl i tig almost ever
uubraoad in a ittuiti.
This sew iVrlwlical, which has already reacn
ad tucta an euormou popularity, is
Souiethlns; new ami original ia the wajr of a
Uutituiy Masaxiae. fcteiu a sort of Uelerem
crap-Uuk, or luoulbly record of lniiMrtuut
aveni luaiiiaiioen in mr uart or lb worm.
with a seluctu.n of 'the moit uoiiular nimvellaiir
ui ui. .uiitui uioniti. tiroaeano
rose ana poetry, tureiKO
frank Moore, or lit
i..,.i ..h ii . ..
' Beautifully prinb-t, with an elejranf Rteei .'or
trait of tbe moat prominent peraou of tue mObUi
la eaeli Niiiuber.
One of Uie iiu-at entertaining and valuable Drat
claa moiiilily iiufc-uxuica ever lol. 1'rloe, M
iwnu a inoiiih, or k oi lor e year's subscrip
Uon txiiUme panl by tlie publishers.
CyVerly buUcnotious btfia With any
0. W. CHAELETOSaCO., PubUtheri,
- - Mad Isen 8uare, New York
OM.WrM Swa. tM liTat i an i Mia
jssrialaiii.Sw. ri i in lall lialsil i
Tho lame can be healed and tho wounded
made whole. We now know lust what the
Centaur Liniment will do. They will not
mend broken botiet or eure ( aucer, nut
tlicy will extract soreness, allay pain, eure
HlieuniatlHiu aud a larger range ot llosh,
bone and muscle ailments thuo sny article
ever Perure tiiwovereo.
7cletititl? Kh.ni eaunot co bryoud tne c
fret of tli remarkablo prepiiratioii.-
LUKontC KtiKCMATisM of mniiy years
ttandlns, Neuralcla. SVeuk-liack, Kcver
Sores. Weeninir-rlini'WK, Seiutieii, t'aked
BreatK. litorted Joiuts and Spri.mcd
Limbs ol the worst kind sre cured by tne
Wiiite L'cutnur l iniment.
It w 1 ilotry the p.tiu una neui w itiiout
a scat all oruinary imms ana .caiiM. n
w ill extract the polxon of Ulte and Mines,
and the froxt trom l'ioen Liiuh. It ia
very efficacious for Kar-ache, Tooth-ache,
Itc i anl uutaneotiw triipuoni".
Mr. JooiaU Wesiliike, of Marysille, O.,
"i'or yeatt my KheuiiiuUnin has been so
that 1 have been unable to stir from the
house. The lirst three bottles of Centaur
Liniment enabled me to walk without my
crutches. 1 am meiulioe rapidly. 1 thiuk
rour Liniment slnnlr a man el."
C. H. Bennett, KrugirUt, Kock Tralrle,
Mo., sars :
'Centaur Liniment colls better uud givce
tbe best KalUfactiou of anything iu the
What the Centaur Liniment hat done for
others it will do for you. . U is reliable, aud
it is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is worm its weight in gold to owners o
horses and mulm.
This L nimeut lias cured more Sprained
Sweenied. Kinir-boted and Galled Hore iu
three years than have ail the Farriers tn the
country in on a$c. lis cnocts are siuipiy
We have thousands upon thousands of
certificates as strong as the following :
Mr home u n buna lor a rear with afet
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and 1 considered Mm wort mens un
Ui I commenced to use Centaur Liniment.
which rapidly cured him. 1 heartily reioia-
tneud It. "JtriV. UKO. W. r fcUKlW,
Manorrille. Schoharie Co., M.V."
"Pear Sirs I have used your Centaur
Liniment In my family, and find it to be ol
great value, t'lease ena uie two aouars
w orth, one for tbe mules and horses.
It ILLY SICKLES.
"Fall'! Station. Wvomlne t:o.. I'a.
It makes very little difference what the
ease is. whether it be Wrench, Sprain, Toll
Evils kingbonc, Scratches or Lameness ot
any Kind, the enoets are tne eamt;. Livery
men. Stage proprietor. Farmers, ic, shouh
never be without the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment. It i sold everywhere, and warrant
ed la its enects.
Laboratory of J. It. HOK 4 CO
4 Dar St.. Kiw York.
It I a tni&ttke to suppose that Castoria la
not adapted to growu persons at well as
Children. They only need to increase the
quantity. But chi.dreo have so many eom-
piamt tor wnica .atorit4s adapted iia
Wind Colie, our Stomach, Worm. 1'etler
Teething and Croup, that it is especially
recommended for tbeia.
Its effects are more certain than Castok
Oil. It contains no ak bohol and is aspleaa-
ant to take as iioney. it n-ver gripes, isy
r-tulalin the stomach and bowels tbe Cat-
torn coo,, tbe Diood, expels worms and
prevents feverishness, quiet the nerves and
produces neaitn men or cour.e cbiMren
can sleep in quiet and mothers can ret.
Catoriais recommended by all Dliv.ician
anl curses who have tried it, and it is hav
lnc a rauidJv increaiiine sale, it is nreDrd
with great care alter the recipe or lr. Sam
uel l'ucber, of Mass., at the Laboratory ol
j . n. nose s. co.. tower i or
To tbe working- etnas: W can rtmiUh
steady ployment at wkich yon can make very
large par, in your own localities, without beinx
away irorn home over niht. Agent wanted In
erery town and county to take subscriber toe
IbeCenteunud liecom. the lariceal publlcaUon
in th L'nitbd butea ISpaKes, M colume;
es-anty UliutniUxl; Tenna only per year.
Tb Hecorri is deroted to whatever 1 of interest
connected with the Centennial year. 'J be Greul
LxbibiUoaat Philadelphia I fully Illustrated
la detail. reryboly wants it. The whole
people feel a treat interest In their C ountry's
Coutennial JiirUiiay, and want to kaow all
about it. An elegant patriotic crayon drawing
preuiiuu picture 1. preM-nted free to each sub
scriber. It is entitled, "In reuieiuberanre of th
One Hundredth Anniveresrr of tue lndepnd
euocoftbe United Hutee.'' Size, ii by win
ches. Any oiie can become a ucueafui agent,
for but enow the paper and picture and bun
dreds of subscribers sre easily obtained every
where. I here is no buaineas that will pay lias
this at preaent. We have many agent who are
making aa high as SJO per day and upwards.
Sow is the lime; don t delay. Jiemeinber It
cosu nothing to give Uie basinets a trial . Heud
for circulars, terms, and sample copy cf paper,
which arc sent free t'i all who apply; do it to
day. Complete outfit free to thoae who decide
to engage. Farmers and mechanics, and their
tout and daug liter make tbe very letof sgcoui.
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"A Complete Pictorial History of the
Times.'' "TIk beat cheapest, and
most succossful Family Fa per
in the Union.
Harper s Weekly.
nomas or tub ruK-H.
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family throughout the land, as a purer, more in
teresting, uighcr-tnei, belier-Uluslnited paper
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Commercial bulletin, Boston.
Hie WtKKLV is Uie oulv illustrated 1 air of
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'the lewiiiig artitdea in II AUl'r.lCt WEEKLY
j nmt 111 ii. cvacuiiiii cnaraiTiariALiia ia
OB political topic are model, of high-toned tin
cus.ion, and Ita pictorial iliualrauoii. araeflea
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tanceu sii cmieiiiors aa an uiuatrsteil new
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their kind, and it other reading nutter i at once
iwiMij, uriiiiaui, aim aillUBIIIg, JS llltlslra-
tions are abundant and ol rar ecllence. Cbris
tian Advocate, N. Y.
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