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St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which opens with November, 1676, Wins
A ahort and very entertaining serial from
the r'rencu, "The Kingdom ol the Qreedy,"
a storv adaDted to the Thanksgiving season,
Another seri al.ol absorbing interest to boys.
IUS OWN MASTER,"
By J. T. Trowbridga; '
author of the "Jack Uasard Stories," he-
mna in the Christmas Holiday number.
Besides serial stories. Christmas stories
lively sketches, voem and Dlctures for the
holidays, and soma as to m suing uiusuauons
01 onenunporw,wun ara wings ny piamese
The Chriatmas Holiday Number of
contains a very inter
THE BOYS OF JdY BOYHOOD,"
By WlUlam Cullen Bryant ;
"The Bona Hotel,", a lively article, by
Sunday-school," by Dr. iicgleston ; "The
l'eterkin' Christmas Tree," by Lucretla
V. llale ; "1'oetry and Carols of Wlntor,"
by Luc Larcom, with picturet.
Do Not Fall to Buy St. Nioholae for the
Ohriataaaa Holiday, fric 2S eta.
During the year there will be Interesting
Sapers lor boys, by William Cullen Bryant,
ohn U. Whlttler, Thomas Hughes, William
llowitt, Or. Holland, George MacDonald,
Sanford Ii. Hunt, Frank 11. Stockton, and
There will be stories, sketches, and
poems, of special interest to girl, by Har
riet l'rescott tipofford, Susan Coolidge,
Sarah Winter Kellogg, Elizabeth Stuart
fhelps, Louisa Aleott, Lucretla I'. Halo,
Cells Tbaxter, Mary Mspes Dodge, and
many others. There will be also
"TWELVE SKY 1'ICTURES."
By Professor Trootor, the Astronomer,
wiUi maps, showing "The Start of Each
Month," which will he likely to eurpans In
interest any aeries on popular science re
eentiy given to the public.
Amusement and Instruction, with Fun
and Frolic and Wit and Wisdom, will be
mingled as heretofore, and 1st. Nicholas
will continue to deliirht the vounir and rive
pleasure to the old.
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GOOD NEWS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
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Queen Victoria's New Title.
JLr. Joha llaJI's AurU 1'hUoMPher (Fools)
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Washington a Marshal of t rance.
Jean lug-clow' 1 am y.
ew Hors-Car 1'oetry, for April.
V, 'e1-7o ' Character iatict .
A Hhlstl'artT in i,k
I1" Capitalist-Aator, Stawart, Vanderbllt.
i wain at a llorsa auction.
ut lTemsJe Loboyiat at Washlugton.
In Uirl of SeTilie a Spanish foem. '
Royalty in the United States .
Arteniu. Ward's Character and Peculiarities
M on ui it k,v.Mi nfrnii.i...
Things to U laughed at.pooularand toaching
poems, skctclie., incidents, Ac., in such attrac
tive Variety, tint it form thi riivhtal nmniinl nl
raluabl sod entertaining raiding- almost vt
MuiiMHiu ta a niagaaina. .
This new Perilcl, which has already resen
u such an euoriuoua popularity, is
Something new aadorlglaal la the way of a
KJilonihly 41agaiue. bem a sort or liuiersnoe
scrap. itook, or monthly record of important
uiuuappau in Miy pari oi uie worm,
r iT IM'l,;c""n of the most popular misceiutay
ortna currant month, pros and poetry, foreign
f?2 wflio- tdited by rank Moore, Of Ui
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w ,u, uiosi promineni person or uie uotitn
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Una of Uie ruest entertaining and valuable flrnt
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they will extract soreness, allay pain, cure
Ulieuiuatlsm and a larger range of flcxh,
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Silentillo fkill cannot go beyond the e'
fectt of these remarkable preparations
Cbronio KHarjMATiBM of many years
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Sores, Weeping-Sinews, Sciatica, Cukeil
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Limb of the worst kind are cured by the
White Centaur Liniment. i
It will destroy tht pain aud heal wilhotit
a scar all ordinary Hums and bcahli. It
will extract the poison of Bites and Stings,
and the irost from Frozen Limbs. Hi
very efficacious for Kraulie, Tooth-ache,
Itch and Cutaneous Eruptions.
Mr. Joslah Westlake, of Marysvllle, ().,
"For years ruy Hhetiniatlnin has been so
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house. The first three bottles of Centaur
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C. H. Bennett, Uruggist, Kock Prairie,
"Centaur Liniment sells better and gives
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What the Centaur Lliiiinrnt has done for
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It is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Uniment
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ThisL-niment hat cured more Sprained,
SweenUd. Kinir-boned and O ailed Horses In
three years than hav all the Farriers in the
country in an age. its enects are tinipiy
We have thousands upon thousands of
certificates as strong as the following :
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lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cur and I considered him worthless un
til I commenced to use Centaur Liniment,
which rapidly eurad him. I heartily recom
mend it. "itbV. UKO. W. FLUKIS.
Manomlle, Scboharto Co., N . V,"
"Dear Sirs 1 have used your Centaur
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great value. Please tend me two dollars'
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HI LEY SICKLES.
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It makes very little difference what the
ease is. whether it be Wrench, Sprain, Poll
Evils Kingbone, Scratches or Lamstessol
any kind, the eflects are the same. Livery
men, Stage proprietor , Farmer, Ac, should
never be without the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment. It is sold everywhere, and warrant
ed ia Its eflects.
Laboratory of J. B. R0E 4 CO. ,
aiillai Sr., Aaw Yoax.
It is a mistake to suppoi e that Castoria is
not adapted to grown persout as well as
Children. They only need to Increase the
quantity. Uut children have so many com
plaint for which Castoria it adapted like
WindCplie, Sour Stomach, Worms, Tetter,
Teething and Croup, that It 1 ct-peclally
recommended for them. -
Iuettect are more certain than Castor
Oil. 1 contains no alchohol and is aspless
aut to take as honey, it nvi iipea. Ily
regulating the stomach and towels the Cas
toria eools the blood, expels worms and
prevents fevcrishness, quiets the nerve, and
produces health then of course children
can sleep in quiet and mothers can rett.
' Castoria is recommended by all physicians
ani nurse who have tried it, and it it hav
ing a rapidly increasing sale, it Is prepared
with great eare alter the recipe of br. Sam
uel Pitoher, of Mass., at the Laboratory ot
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Ta tbe working; rlaaa: Wi can ihrnish
steady ployment at which von can make very
large pay, in your own localities, without being
away lrom home over night. Agent wanted in
every town and county to take subscribers lor
lbs centennial Keoord, th largest publicum
in the United Statea lit page, t col umea; 1.1
eganty Illustrated i Terms only SI per year,
The Kecord i devoted to whatever ts ot inure.
connected with the Centennial year. The lire
Exhibition at Philadelphia 1 fully Illustrated
w uriau. cTvryooay wants u. me wnoi
people feel a great interest in their Country'
Contennial riirthday, and want to know all
inisi iiinnuay, ana want to Know all
it. An elegant patriotic crayon drawing
urn picture!' presented free to each aul,.
r. It is entitled, "In nmeuibeianrw of th
Uae Hundredth Anniversary of m lndeprud
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' Any one can become a successful agent
lor but snow the pajwr and picture audhun
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wher. There ia no business thut will
this at present. We have many sgtnta who ara
making as high as io per day and upwards.
Now is the time; don t delay. Itemeiuber It
cost nothing to give the business a trial . bend
for circulars, term, and aaniple copy of papur,
which are sent free to all who apply i do it to
day. Complete outfit free to those who decide
to engage, tanners and mechanic, and their
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THE CENTENNI AL RECORD,
The Centaur liniments
pain, subdue swellings, heal burn, and will cur
Khenmatlsm, Soavin, and anv lleih, bone or
murl aliment Th Whit, Wrapper ia for
uuiiuj use, uie i enow v rspper for animals.
A list of the InmredluiU nnni.-4 ..,...
ouiuu. moy are cuenj., speedy, and ecr
pwu and himilea
remedy forchlldren, I Pitcher' Castoria. It is
a pleasant to take as honey and as certain In lu
effect as Castor Oil, Tor Wind Colic, Worm
Sour Stomach, and Disordered Rowels, there
nothing like Castoria.
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H-iULb, ha, brought a small fortune lo the careful
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BAXTEB St CO.,
Bankers and Brokera 17 Wall St. K. Y
xa the District Court of tba i'ni.,i
OMIOI. OUUIUCID 11 RUll l OT 1MII1AIS
ia in matter ox chandler Kobbios ssi
tusDuier r, ucbDins, bankrupU is
bankruptcy. ' '
Notice is hereby irlven that hw aH i
t district court oi the Unitud States for
the Southern district at Illinois th.
ond and third meatlocs of the creditors ol
laid btnkrupu will he held at Cairo, in
said district, on tha l.'tth ,i..AfM...h .
!.. Is77. at 10 o'ulArk . . . ti "i
John O. IUrman.-E.il., one of the registers
lo bankruptcy, la aald district, inr ti..
purposes named ia the 87th atd 2Sth eo.
tlon of the baukrupt act ot Mireh 2, 1867.
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AN UNllIVALED ILLUSTRA
When Kcrirnkr Issued Its famous Mid-
tummer Holiday Number in July, atriendly
cmio saia oi iti "vv are not sure nut that
Scribnrr bat touched high-water mark.
We do not see what worlds are left to it to
caM4iti'.v 'tut the publishers do not con
sider that they nave reached the ultima
thuleof excellence they believe "there art
other worlds to couquer, and they propoft
to conquer tbera."
The prospectus for the new volume gives
the titles ot more than tlfty papers (mostly
Illustrated), by writer, ol the highest merit.
Under the head of , , , t
we have 'A Winter on the Mile," by flen.
MrClellan ; Sauntering About Coustanti
nonle," ty Cbariea Dudley Warner ; "Out
of My Window at Motcow," by Eagene
Schuyler! "An American in Turkistan,"
eto. Three serial atories are aunounccd:
' - "Nicholas Minturn,"
', By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoaks" ?vetli hJ,
est satisfaction to the reader! of the
The scene ot this latest novel i laid on
the banks of the Hudson. The hero Is a
young man who has been always "tied to a
wotnaii'e apron ttringt," but who, by tba
death ot hit mother, it left alone in the
world to drift on the current of 111 ti lth
a fortune, but wltHout a purpose.
Another serial, "HI inheritance." by
Miss Trafton, will begin on the completion
ol "That La o' Lowrie's," by Mrs. Hodg
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett's story, beeun
In August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been a surprise to the public.
There is to be a series of original and ex
quisitely illustrated papers ol "format Set
ence," by Mrs. Uenitk. each paper com
plete in iueit.
There are to be, from various pens, papers
' Home Life and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions at to town and
country life, village improvements, etc., by
Mr. Barnard's articles on various indus
tries ol Great Britain Include the history of
"some n,xpcnmenia in co-operation," "A
Scotiah Loaf Factory" in the Novemtx-r
number, and "Toad Lane, lioehdale," in
December. Other taper r"Tne Hritb-h
Workincman's Home,-' "A Nation of Shop-
aeepers, ' "Ha'penny a tv ec a- ior me ciiiid,'
A richly intistratcd series will be given on
"American Sport by Flood and Field," by
various writers,. and each en aiiflereiit
theme. The subject of
"Household and Hon Decoration"
will have a prominent place,- whilst Uie
productions of American humorists will ap
pear from month to month. The liat of
shorter stories, biographical and other
sketches, etc., is a long one.
1 be editorial depm unent will continue to
employ the ablest pens both at home and
abroad. There will be a series ot letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wei
The pages of the magazine will be open,
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