Newspaper Page Text
; tIRO BUSINESS HOUSES
Kate. Any business Arm ran havs thnellne
pane, In thin win inn tindet appropriate heading
a line rate or i no rr monipoi cr
payable quarterly in advance.
, ajteve s and Tin War.
A. IIAIXEY-ueaier in moves,
war, Oaidennnd r mutts' lni
jooilK, Uefrigenitors, Pumps
11 j Commercial Avenue, timtci
a tut t.KV-Dealer in huivm. i in ana ntru
uttering, and Job
Work done on ahnrtnotire.
I n MfnAHEY-Dealfrlnharil and soft 1 um
lr. flooring, ceiling, aiding and eurfaoed
lumber, lath and shingles. Ufflos and yard
corner 1 wetitlcih street and Washington avenue
LANCA8TEH IlICE-Dealer In Bash
t- -a. l. ..I aind mr.n 1tir.it. mnt
floor ii , minus, etc., um
rlilntfle. Yard and office. Commercial avenue,
.xinier 17th street.
i H inTMt'-Dntcf In Queennware, Toys,
Lamps nd all kind" of fancy article. Commer-
;:ru avenue, corner out im.
wtT.t.IAM WINTER Sixth itreet lietween
I'oinmercial avenue and Washington avenue.
lothtuK and .Jlerrhant Tailorlna;
JOHN A NT RIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
In lb ady Made Clothing. 78 Ohio Wvt
Heal tatate A;cnelee.
M. J. HOWLEY Real F.Ute Agent. Buys
and tell rl estate, collect rent, naya Un
lor non-resldente etc. Uommmlal eveuim, be
tween N Intb and Tenth aueeu .
1 L !
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Runnins; Two
Daily.Traina from Cairo.
Traloa LeaTS Cairo
2 20 p.m. Fact F.xprea. arriving in St.
LouU 8:50 p.m.; Chicago, 7:80, a.iu,
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI r LOUIS
vIlle FAST LINE
arriving!!. Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louli
ville, tS:Sa m.; Indianapolis, 4 .15 a.m.:
Psengen by this train arrive at above
OF ANY OTHER ROUTE.
1 0 r.. ei. f ant Mail with sleepers attai-h
ed. for ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO,
arrivlnjr in St. Loul at 6.30 a.m. Chi
euro at 4 3J p.m. Connecting at Odin
cr Etttncbera for Cincinnati, Lowlviile
FAST TIME EAST
reriirri by this ilae go through to
lb Lant without an delay caused by
The SATURDAY AFTKKNoON TH AIN
KKOM CAIKO ARKIVES IN NEW
YC'KK MOXDAY MOKInINO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER UOt'TE.
Advertisements of competing line that
they mke belter time than this one, art
are Issued either through ignorance or a
desire to mislead the public,
tor through ticket and information,
iprly at Illinois Central R. R. Depot. Cairo.
Oen'l Southern Agt.
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agt.
.IUppv relief to yuUug ' liv'"i
(the effects of error and abuses in I
pq early lite. Maukood lleetoreil. lUi- H
O 5 and remarkable remedies. Book 'Z
taXSZ aud circular aent free In ealed.v
3 envelope. Adder HOWiW A-s)
W ociatio. 41 . Ninth t. mila-
delpbia. l'a- An inUtution liav
Nh irir a hich miuuitinn tor honor'
.able cunUact and profcai ioul j
It is now conceded that Mrs. Colmnan,
ite laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave-
auee, has one of the best conducted l&nn
lry establiBhments In the city, and land
.ordX)f hotels and boarding houses will
And It to their adrantajje to rail upon
Ready rorButinew Avail.
Editor Bulletin' : I take pleasure in
ealliug the attention of the public to the
Ia2t that I have rebuilt aud re-estab.
I shed the Union Dakery on the site of
the buildiuir lately lost by tire on Com
lerolal ovunuo, totwwn Fourth and
mxth streetR, where I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well as all
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
ronfectloas, etc. Frank Kiutky.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentloiueiia' hats dyed and
eleaued and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical sonp ou hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabric with
out injury to the material, lm.
ru-tarra aud Brackets.
E. C. Ford has removed hi Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street. lie has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames.
chromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassel lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
Ficture framing made a speciality.
Chromos mounted in the cheapest and
To all who are suflering from the
errors and ludlscretiong of youth, ner
voui weakness, early decay, losg or man.
hood, etc., I will aeud a recipe that will
curt you, free of charge. This great
cinedy was discovered by a missionary
in South Amerlta. Send a self-ad-dressed
envelops to too Rev. Joseph T.
Inman. Station D. B.tlO fiOOM. HfW
Knlvhta nf Prthla. HimM om-r IX
flay night at half-part aaran, in Odd
lellow' HaU. Hows,
AIJCXAJVDBB LODOK, HO. !24.
r Inderrendent Order of Old-Tel'
J lo-w. iMeu every llrmnday night
at nau-fiaataeven, in tneir tiau oa
commercial avenoe, between ftUth an4 Beronth
rwia n I Li, K. llAwaiKH, H. U
lAiR' KNCAMPMENT, I. O. O. t.. meets
vln t'll-rrllow' Hall on the Brat and third
i ii lay in every month, at balf-pMt seven
A. ConiHoe. C P
CAIRO I.ODGK. NO Wl.A.r. MA. M
Hold regular oatuutairatlona in Ma
sonic Li Ail, corner Commercial avenue
anil Klirhth ernvt. on the aeonm! and
uurin aiondav or eaca month .
RATKB OF ADTEIISINV.
UAU bills for advertlaing , are due and pay
able ut ADvanca
Transient advertising will be Inserted at the
rate of II 00 per square for the first Inaertioa
and 50 oeaU for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and dlspl
For Inserting Funeral notice $1 60 Kotiee of
meeting of societies or secret orders so cents for
Charch, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted a advertisements
No advertisement will be received at lass than
&o cents, and no advertisement will be Inserted
for lees than three dollars per month
LOCAL Bt'sjI.Wl.BSj KOICEft
Of one square (3 lines space) or more, in
sorted In the Bullrtiji as follows : (Less
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square
Two Insertions per square-....
Three insertions per square....
Six insertions per square
... 1 00
... 1 73
Two weeks per square
One month per square- 3 50
.Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
WEDNESDAY, APKIL 17, IS77.
.baral Warn trier Repon..
Caiao. III., April 17. irfTT.
IUilUU Ml loch.
Sergeant. Signal axrvlo. U.S.A.
Ilollemaya PIIU and Ointment.
Scrofula was considered incurable until
be gre.t discovery of "Hollowsy's Tills
and O uient" flashed upon the world.
Diseases whiuli baffled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield to these peer
lexs remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, Skit
tbcum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
are curable by them. Twsoty-tiv cents
per box or pot.
Tobacc and Cigere.
MerchanU,grocers, and saloon-keepers
hould not lorget that Me?rj. Corlis 4
iankin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropoli", bave
opened an establishment at the corner
of Sixth street and Ohio levee in this
city where they will do a wholesale and
retail business in the tobacco and cigar
line. The; have on hand the largest
and mot complete stock ot
obacco and cigars ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
owest living prices. Dealers are In
vited to call and examine their stock.
Xever Knawn to rail.
Dr. Morrin Sjrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
and Iiouruound has never been known to
fail In permanently curing obstinate
rough, colds, croup, whooping cough, cor
any diea.e oi the rtrpiratory organs, and
t does It, too, at once. It la not neces
sary to take it far a long time before you
car. discovei its beneficial effects. Its sals
in this community is Immense, and its pop
ularity universal. It should not bs classed
ith compounds put up by inexperienced
hsnd. Do not fail to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not disap
point you. Try It on?e. Trial size, 10
cents. Regular size, 60 cents and one dol
lar Barclay Bros., Agent.
Also agents for Trof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never falls. Pleas
ant to take, and requires no physic. Price,
25 cents. 4-4-4W
in tile sky is a sign of God's promise that
the world should never again be destroyed
by water; and viewing the tenacity with
which men hold on to life, it is surprising
to all how recklessly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of tLeir constitution, be
cause thev are so liKut as to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusions ! If one of the
parts of our delicately complex organum
be injured, it throws greater strain oa the
beritand all suffer. Wishing to maintain
the animal economy in a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
e the celebrated Home Stomach Bit
tern. 4-4-4 w
A Word of Warnings Counterfeiters!
The wide-spread fame of Hogtetter's
Stomach bitters causes a necessity on
our part to remind, from time to time,
whom it may concern, ot the fact that
imitating said article, ii a punishable ot
fence, and we now give thh word ot
caution, that we will most assuredly
have all those persons engaged In re
filling our second hand bottles, selllug
by the gallon or barrel, or in any man
ner whatsoever palming off on the pub
lic a spurious article purporting to be our
preparation, punished to the full extent
of the law. We never fall to convict, a
the New Orleans and St. LouU Court
records fully affirm. Penalty for coun
terfeiting, or dealing in counterfeit trad
mark goods, as set forth in a law recently
pasted by Congress "Fine not exceed
ing $1,000, or imprisonment net more
than two years, or both such Hue and
Notice to dealers and purchaser.
Hostetter's Bittter are never, under any
circumstances, told In bulk, but always
in bottles, with a finely engraved U.S.
internal revenue (special proprietary)
stamp covering the cork of each bottle,
fastened to both aides ot the neck of
same. All bitters purporting to be Hos
tetter's, without this sump, are oouuter
ieit. Bqitsttu X Smiti.
ftasi. hfm .
Otn. Loran, who arrtred In tt city
n Monday aitcrnooo, took his departure
from the elty again yesterday afternoon.
Owing to the city election probate
court was not in session yesterday, it
will convene at the regular hour this
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit tor the same. The horse, five
years old, buggy and harness neail:
new, all for a hundred and fifty dollars.
Apply to N. fV. II acker, 70 Ohio levee
Tha catered Vetera.
The colored men did not vote solidly
yesterday for Mayor Winter. Like their
white fellow-citizens, they were divided
on the mayoralty, and many of them
cast their votes tor Dr. Smith.
Duprez and Benedict's minstrels will
be at the atheneum in this city on next
Monday evening. The troupe is an ex
cellent one, and will no doubt be well
Hot drinks should be avoided In day
time during cold weather, as they have
a tendency to weaken tha lungs and
affect the throat. Take Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup for all cases of coughs, colds and
The election Is over, and now let us
settle down until the next election,
which Is only about six months ahead.
Elections are entirely too frequent in
this state. We are scarcely through
with one until we have another on our
Cera te be Planted.
It Is said that the amount ot grain, es
pecially corn, to be planted la this
county during this season will far ex
ceed that of any other season for the
last ten years. Farmers everywhere
are preparing the ground for planting,
and the crops will be got In as early as
A Saw Sidewalk Wanted.
The question ot a new sidewalk on
Twelfth street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, is being agitated
by the residents on Twelfth street back
ot Walnut. The matter will be brought
to the attention of the city council at it
Cairo Commandery, So. 13, K. T
will bold their annual banquet at their
hall this evening, and It is expected that
a number of the leading Sir Knights ot
tho state will be present. The banquet
Is strictly a private aflair, and only a
few Intimate friends ot the members of
the order have been Invited.
It is reported that a shooting affair took
place at or near Pulaski on Sunday
evening, in which one man was so severe
ly wounded that he nas since died, and
another badly wounded. The difficulty
was about a woman with whom both
parties were in love.
The Ohio river Is now declining, the
fall yesterday being nine inches. The
fall at Cincinnati was one foot and two
inches, and at Louisville four inches. At
Evansville the decline was one Inch.
The Mississippi is also on the downward
tendency, the decline at St. Louis yester
day being ten.inches. In a few days the
rivers will be falling more rapidly.
Dan Rlee'a Circa.
Notwithstanding the rain yesterdsy
Dan Rice's circus gave two entertain
ments, one in the afternoon and another
at night. As might bave been expected.
the rain prevented many persons from
attending, and yet there was a fair at
tendance both afternoon and evening.
The company pulled up stakes here last
night and took their way up the Ohio
We now have it on good authority that
an eflort will be made to have Col. Robt.
Ingersoll lecture in this cijy tome time
soon. We hope the gen
tlemen who hare taken the matter in
hand will succeed in their efforts to get
the great orator to lecture here. No one
now in the lecture field would draw so
well as Col. Ingersoll.
Refrigerators, the very best, at A.
Halley's, 115 Comercial avenue. Also
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, table and
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' lm
plements, piows, corn planters and
shelters, sulkey rakes, and a general
stock of stoves, tin and hardware,
flower standi, both wire and wood,
flower trainers, different styles, hanging
baskets of all kinds ; the largest variety
of bird cages iu the city and will be sold
very low at A. Halley's, 115 Commercial
The municipal election in the city yes
terday was by all odds the quietest and
most peaceable we have known In Cairo
iu several years. There was not, so tar
as we have heard, with a single excep
tion, a harsh or unkind word spoken at
any of the polling place during the day.
At the Third ward polls Jim Orange,
druak and quarrelsouie.managed to kick
up a slight disturbance but It was soon
quelled, and Jim taken away. Beyond
tUls we have heard of no trouble.
The attention of the superintendent of
sidewalks is called to the high sidewalk
on Fourteenth near Cedar street, and on
Cedar between Fourteenth aud Fifteenth
streets. This walk Is in a very bad con.
dition, and uules taken charge of
without delay will go to
pieces. This walk should either be taken
down or repaired and' placed in a sale
condition. At It now stand it I dan'
f eroui to walk over. The railings bay
been broken of! and carried away, and hi
many places the plauki are roUea aud
The Result af charter tleetiaa
the Indepa4t Oasdldat, with
a llngl Kxoeptioa Blasted,
The elccUon yesterday was one of the
quietest ever known in this city. The vote
polled was about the lame a tor several
years past ' The Democratic candidates,
with one exeeptljn, were defeated. Mr.
Winter will be mayor for. another two
years, bnt the Democratic party cannot
be held responsible for bis actions. The
election resulted a follows:
Winter's majority a
FOR CITT CLBRK.
FOR CITT ATTORNEY.
FOR POIICX MAGISTRATE.
Bird's majority 07
Geo. Yocum 133
Yocum' majority 57
To fill vacancy
Stockfleth majority 13
FOR CITY CLERK.
Phlllia .-. ICS
rred Smith 131
PhiUlS, majority 33
FOR CITY, ATTORNEY,
Black' majority 4
RirtenhousVs majority 00
Winters majority 59
FOR CITY CLERK.
Phillls maiority 93
FOR CITT ATTORNEY.
McGee's majority 9
FOR POLICI MAGISTRATE.
John Wood (without opposition.)
Stockneth's majority 17
FOR CITY CLERK.
FOR CITY ATTORNEY.
FOR FOLIC MAGIuTBATE.
FOX CITY ATTORNEY.
Bird M M 117
Wright.. ..... ...
Smith 1st ward
Stockfleth 1st Ward. 117
Total rote 617
stoker 1st W ard 117
Total vote 746
Parker's majority 129
FOR CITT CLERK.
Smith 1st ward 90
" 2d 135
" 3d u 80
" 4th 83
5th " 26
Total vote 625
Phillis 1st ward 136
Total vote 784
PhlUis' majority TTTTTl
FOR CITY ATTORNEY.
UcGee 1st ward 129
' 3d " 130
4th ' 201
" 6th " 145
Total vote 751
Black 1st ward..
" 2d " ..
Sd " ...
5th " ..
McOee' majority 159
Fitig erald-lst ward 110
" 2d 153
" 3d " 78
" 4th 171
Total vote C41
Bird 1st ward 117
2d " 135
3d ' 173
" 4th .. . 138
Total vote 630
Bird's Majority ?9
Prayer meeting at the Methodist
Mr. Stratton is still confined to hU
home by sickness.
The public school are In full blast,
with n increased attendance.
Thieves and confidence men are nu
merous and should be cleaned out.
Duprez and Benedict's mlnstels will
be in Cairo on Monday evenlag next.
Mr. Sam. Walters Is in New Orleans,
and will not return for a week to come.
The regular weekly prayer meeting
at the Methodist church will take place
Jerome Bridges and Mr. James.both
ot Carbondale, are in the city. They
are quartered at Herbert's.
The colored girl, Martha Davis, who
was so badly burned a few days ago, is
not expected to live. She was very low
G?n. Logan, accompanied by Mr.
George Fisher, visited the highschool
yesterday. He was mueb pleased with
Reports from all sources are to the
eflect that there will be an excellent crop
of peache and apples. Strawberry will
Mr. Tom Hill, an old Cairolte, and
brother to diver Hiram Hill, died at hi
home in this city on Wednesday night, of
pneumonia. He was burled at Mil a
Mr. M-A Swander want the ladle
of Cairo aud vicinity to kuow that she
ha brought on a new and beautlfu
stock ot millinery goods, and take the
beat plan lor acquainting them with that
fact by advertising in the Bulletin.
Ladle, If, you want handsome spring
bonnets.of the new chips; Tuscan braids,
straw, Leghorn, etc., elegantly trim
med, call on Mr. Swander and get what
you want. If you want beautiful hosiery,
for yourself or children, etc., cailou
Mrs. Swander and get what you want
If you wait kid gloves of best quality at
extremely low prices, handsome neck
ties, ditto; beautiful . flschus and lace
bibs all slaws, ditto; fine handkerchiefs.
laee. plain, and inbroided. vailing of
all kind, ditto. Mr Swander offer all
these at prices that lefy ounpetltlon.
She also will bleach and press beaneta
u.baU to ib cat matnable prion.
The sociable to take place at Mr. Wal
ter Hvilop' parlor In the elty national
bank buildlag to-morrow evening will
bo attended by nearly all the member ot
tho Presbyterian, church, and many other
persons. The occasion premises to be
one of unusual Interest and pleasure.
A "ard for Rational Readers.
Irrational people always reject good
advice and In nothing Is their lolly more
frequently conspicuous tnan In Ignoring
precautions necessary for the retention of
health. Forecast, on the other band, Is I
notable characteristic of the rational, and
It Is the exercise of this quality which
we would auggest to them. Protect th
system against diseases which fasten
npon the debilitated, the nervous and the
dyspeptic, by bracing the phyIque,regu-
latlng the stomach, bowels and liver, and
banishing despondency with the purest
and most efficient ot botanic Invlgorants,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. That these
. da? -a ... ....
euocis iouow its use, and that it pre
vents a well a annihilates Intermittent
and remittent fevers, sre facts established
oy indisputable evidence. To enjoy the
twin blessings of "a sound mind and a
sound body" in all their plentitude, try a
course 01 tnis sterling medicine,
AUCTION 1 !
10:30, a.m., Wednesday, April 18, '77,
AT THE KEIIDKXCE OF
DR. R. S. BRIO H Ait,
Corner Eleventh and Cedar streets,
Bookcase, bedsteads, bureaus, chairs,
kitchen safe and ware ot all kinds, cup
board. Mattresses, baby crib and canned
Wixter & Stewart, Auctioneer.
1 he reckless bachelors, hopeful wid
owers, and haargard married men, of
the Presbyterian church and congrega
tion, will entertain their friends at Mr.
Hyslop's parlor, on Thursday evening,
April 10th. The agile representatives of
the sterner sex will have the exclusive
charge. They will don the white apron,
set the table, pour the tea, and talk about
their neighbors. While this is going on
the queens of society can talk business
and politics. 4-173t
Wab DarAB-nuirr, Rrvm Rtror, 1
April 17, U77. f
STATION. LOW WATER.
lit. T. IK.
Cairo 37 s
Pittsburg 6 4 s
Cincinnati is 3 1
Louisville a S . 4
Naativille 10 o 3 g
St. Louia to l x 10
Evanavllle IS O 4
Memuhia .... sS 1 x 2
Vlcktbutg W a x 2
New Orleana 6 1 11 a
Below high water !:.
Sergeant. Signal srvi. " 8. A
Steamer James Fisk.Paducah.
Steamer James Fisk, Paducab.
trayed or Mole
A Bull dog, all white with the exception 0
one black f pot ever the left eye. The dog ha 1
ben miated for about one one year. The par
tie woo now have him will please return him
to hi la wful owner, or suffer prosecution to
to full txt ent of the law .
B0013 & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrup
Speoialtv in Toas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
"A Complete Pictorial Hlatory of th
Timea. "The beat cheapest, and
most auooeaaful Family Paper
in the Union.
MOTICZS or TUB rUBS.
TIARrZR'S WEEKLY should be 1 every
family throua-hoat tne land, - uura . more lu
te retting, highr-laid, bMr-illutrtd paper
1. nut nubiiahed in tbia or auy other country.
Commercial Bulletin, Boaion.
ilia nttkLl ta ine oui v uiuairawa iwr 01
th day that In Ita eawnlial characterutica 1a
ncogoueti aa a national paper. uroom j u r.a, ic.
Ihc leading article in 11 AliPk-K'S WtiKLY
on peliucal topics are model of higb-toived dii
cuaaiun, and its pictorial illualrabon are at'tea
corroborative argument of no aiuall force.
kiamluer and Chronicle, 1
Tha WKKKLV ha to a still larger degree die
tinced all owuijtetitwra aa an illiutratad new
paper . Its editorials are among tiia molt able ol
tuair kind, aud iu other reading matter i at onoe
learned, brilliant, and amuaiug. II Illustra
tion are abundant and oi rare aaoelleaos. Cune
Uaa Advocate, N. Y.
Poatage tree to all Sobeeribere la tk
HAEPER'S WEEKLY, one year . 1 00
4 uo Includes prepayment of IT. S. poatatt by
hifbaflrintlone to HARPER'S MAGAZINE.
WEEKLY, and BAZAR, to one addre loreue
Tar, 10 00 j or two of Harper's ferioaieais, to
oaeeaaree foroneyar, 7 u: triage free.
An Extra Copy 01 eitner tne oiagaiuw, "
ly. or Bazar will 1st supplied a-ratia fur every
Club of rive Subscriber l 0U eaca, In one ra
aBilunce; or. bis Copies tor A)H, wiinou
extra copy, postage fiee.
Back numbers caa be supplied at nv tun.
lb Volumes of the Weekly commwoe Willi
h year. Wbea no time 1 mentioned, it WUI 1
understood that the auhacriber wi.ht to eora
enence with the number nest after the receipt oi
k. . ....lap
r,. a.'.iuI volumes a Haraers Weakly, la
aeat doth binding, will be sent by express, free
.r..unu. r,,,l! uuaaca. AooaVDhtUi Het. onok-
ariaing Twenty Volumes, seat ea receipt of eaeh
si tlx rat o(SU(k roluais, freight at expaaa
cLTta Caats to ansa volants, sellable for bind,
tag, will as aast by nail, postpaid, ea reoapt ol
ladaaai te eaok volume sent patis ea receipt
Newepenen sre aet to eoayjais sdvariissoieat
"The KIR ef all Pabtlamtiemd Zaamad
for the Tewntr on Utast Mdo nf tk
Atlantic" Soethaaytoa (XagiaaS) Ob aim.
Tha third volume af thl. IrmrmmU.
KaeaSlhe IS now mvrmleieM. wAta n.
eight hundred royal octavo pages, and iu
six hundred ulaatrasleBs, iu pTandld serl
ass, ft snorter starfea, and sketches,
to., etc., te Its betv t Idling of red
for bays aad jruia aver leaned from the
press. Price, fa ; In full gilt, M.
"ST. Nicholas, ta full 'Li 2tlt
things. The publication te, te all respect,
the bast of IU kind. We nave arvar vt
seen a number that was not surerbringlv
good." The Caurcojnaa, Hartford Do an
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which opens wltbMavember, UTS, begins
o.stiiisuu.ni envenaining aanal from
Anotherser)al,ot abeorbteg hnsrestto boys.
"Ula UWI MA3TXB"
Br J. T. Trowbridge.
author of the "Jack Hazard Stories," be
gins In the Christmas Holiday umber.
uesiaes serial stones, Christmas stories
lively sketches, poems and picture for the
holldiy. and some astonishing Illustrations
of Oriental sports.with drawings by Siamese
The Christmas Holiday Number ol
Superbly Illustrated, contains a very Inter
1HK BO" Or MT BOYHOOD,"
By William Cullen Bryant
"The Horse Hotel." a lively article, by
Charles A. Bsrnard, splendidly Illustrated S
"The Clock in tha sky," by Richard A.
Proctor 1 "A Cbristmaa Plav tnr Unm.i n.
Sunday-schools," by Ir. Jrgieston t "The
Peterkins' Christmas Tree7 by Lncratla
r. Utile: "Poetrv anil I'.riL nr tv'i.,...
by Lucy Larcom, with pictures. '
Do.ot. ?ail ?,B,ujr 8t- N'enolae for tha
va uouaeve. rrioe ko eta.
During tho year there will be lnteraarins-
papers lor boys, by William Cullen Bryant,
Joho O. WhltUer, Thomas Hughes, Wllliem
L 1 "1 y,. uuuaou, ueorge MacUoaald,
Sanlord B. Hunt, Frank R. Stockton, and
There will be stories, sketches, and
poems, of special interest to girls, by Har
riet Prescott Spotlord, Susan Coolldge,
Sarah Winter Ksllogg, tUxabeth Stuart
1'holps, Louisa Alcott, LucreUa P. Bale,
Cells I baiter, Mary Mapes Dodge, and
many others. There wUl be also
"TWELVE 8KX ticTURJtS."
By Professor Procter, tbe Astronomer,
with msps, showing "The Stars of Each
Month," which will be likely to surpass la
interest any aeriea on popular science re
cently given to the public.
Amusement and Instruction, with Fun
and Frolic, and Wit and Wisdom, will be
mingieu as neretoiore, ana ST. Mcbola
win continue to delight the young and give
pleasure to the old.
THE LONDON LITERARY WORLD
"There is no magazine for the young that
can ba said to equal this choice proluctioa.
of Scribner's pre. All the articles,
whether in prow or rhyme, are throbbing
with vitillty. Th literature and
. rtistic Illustrations are both superb."
The London Daily News says : "W wish
we could point out its equal in our own
i erlotllcal literature."
iOOD NEWS FOR BOYS AND OLts
To meet the demand for a cheaper
Nicholas t.Kt-Book, the price of vols.;
and II has been reduced to f3 each. Th
three volumes, in an elegant library case,
are sold tor $10 (in full glit, t)lo), so that all
may give their children a complete set.
These volumes contain more attractive ma
terial than titty dollars' worth of the ordin
ary children's booki.
Subscription price, 3 a year. The three
bound volumes and a subscription tor this
year, only f 12. Subscribe with the nearest
uewsdealer, or send money la check, or P.
(. money order, or f n registered letUr. to
743 Broadway. N.T.
The Most Eminent Living Authors sack a
Prof. Max Muiler, rrof. Tyudall, HU Hon. W
E. Uladstone, Dr. W. B. Ctrdenter, Prof. Hug
ley, K A Proctor, Frances Power Cobb. The
Dukeof Argyle, Jas. A. Fronde, Mrs. Muloch.
Mr. Ullphant, Mrs. Alexander, Mlae Thackeray,
Jeanlngclow, Ueorgv Mac Donald, Wm. Black.
Anthony Trolloae, Matthew Arnold, Henry
Kmgsley. W. W. story, Auarbeeli, Ruskla,
Carlyie, 'leunysnn. Browning, and many others,
sre represented in the cages of
ZsitteU's -Living Ago
Jan. 1, 18T7, THE LIVING AGE eaten npon
its 1 3 id volume, with tbe continued commenda
tion of the best men and journals of las country
and with codsunUy Increasing sucessa.
In 1877. it will furalsh to its reader the aro-
ductions of tbe foremost author above named
and many others; embracing the ehoioest Senal
and Short Stories by tbe Leading Foreign Novel
ists, sua so amount
Tnapproacaed by any other Periodical
in the world, of the most valuable literary and
ecieutioc matter nf to day, Irons the pens of th
lea ling Easayiau, Scientists, Critics. Discover
er, and Edi.ors, npreseutlal every departmeal
ol n now luge anu rrogres.
THE LIVING AUE,(!o which IU only com
petitor, "EVERY SATURDAY," ha been
merged), i a weekly magazine of Sixty-bur
pages, giviug mure than
T1IREK AND A QUARTER THOUSAND
double column octavo pages of reading-matter
vearlv. It creaenta in an Inexpensive form.
considering it amount ol matter, with freshness.
ow lug to Its weekly istue, anil wita s aatuiaotory
coinpTeteuese attt-mpu-d by no other publication
the best Essays, Reviews, Criticisms, iale
hketches ot travel and Uloovery,l"oetry.BoleB
title, lliogruphieul, Historical aud Political la
tormatiuu, iroiu uie enure imuy vi ormu
It is therefore invaluable to every American
reader a the only fresh and thorough compila
tion of an indispensable current literature, in
dispensable because it embraces the production
01 Tho Ablest Living Writera,
. all brunches of Literature, Soienos, Art, and
vsimnly indispensable to any one who desires
inu.iiiun oi uie uoubi af the ss IB anr
depaxtiucnl of (oieuoe or literature." loUa
A pure and perpetual reservoir and fountain af
entertainment and instruction." Hon. Robert
"The bel pet Iodic al in Arasrica." TheoiOBO
L. Cuyler, H. D.
'it ha no equal iaany country .Tniladsl
11 re,roitucee uie wm uivufuw v. KM Heel
minds ol the civilUed world, upoe all topic of
living interest." Philadelphia Inoulrer.
Ins Deal oi ail our sctectas auauoauona."
The Nat'on. ew York.
And thecheapsil. A monthly last eoae every
week . " I ke Advance, Cbieage.
'With tt alone a reader may rsiriy asep up
ith sU that is Important in th literature, his
tory, politics, and aclano Oi ths day." Th
MeUMMUai. sw xwa.
The ablest essay, tne moat en renaming
stories, ths aneat poetry af taa Eagllsh langnaga.
are hare gathered to gsiaet ." Ulinois Slate
Journal. . j ,
s'ladlspeaaabM to every ene wao eeeires a
thorough compendium oi all laal is admirable
and noteworthy ia the literary wetld." Boslaa
Boat. m .
"Uuibt to nna a uiacs ia verr smencaa
Home?' -New York limes.
published waauv at .uu a year, tras ai
jf&rEXTBA OFFSH VOB 1877
To all nsw subscriber lor VSTT. wUl be seat
gratis ths si aumbsr of 17, eeataiaiaf. with
other valuable mansr, the trst In -tain -rat 4 s
aew sad powerful serial story, "Tha Mare;ai at
LASsw,- ny ukUHUc ssaciKMAv, ao an-
ia The Livsag Ag tea advaac
Club Prioeo for tot th boert Horn
and rorwicn Zsitoratuxo.
' Poeseased of Tars LlVTaa Aaa and eae ex
other of eug vivaaion A a en nan Baeathlias, a
subscriber wUl aadhiaaaauia aoass et us
whols situatiea Phllaiaalphai a,v"g aulieua.
t or aut.se Tans Lrvixe Aea sad eiuar oae
the saerissa U Mitalhlia a (aWaer' WaaaJ
or Baaar) will be aestt fan
5r, Ssr M e, Taa Lrvuaa
. VieAoU et Aale-V!
wtu as sea ror a year, eois wamw";
s aVm aad t
r k CUT .-MO-