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JA1R0 business houses.
State.- A ny business Arm can have thru lint
pane, In this column under ejiproprlate heading
altherate of Sl.tW r month or UM
Hardware), RMih m TIM Ware.
a UAt.t.KV teler in Stove. Tin and Hard-
were, (iai'lrn anil KaniXTa' Implement. Wire
mhhM, KeO-lgeratots, I'untp ami Ladilers.
Ilj ( ommerctal Avenue. Guttering, and Job
Work done on snort notice.
.1. s.MtflAHEY Healer In hard nd aofllura
tr, flooring, eeiling, aiding and surfaced
lumber, IhIIi and shingle, offlc and yard
some r 1 weutictu street anl Washington, avenue
I.ANf ASTER A HICK-Dealers in sash.
Svois, blinds, etc., hard and soft lumtier and
shingle. Yard and ofllce. Commercial avenue,
1). HARTM AN-Ifler In Qoeenswar. Toys,
Lamp! and all kinds of fancy article, tomnmf
3:al avenue, corner etn aveei.
WILLIAM WINTER Sixth street between
I cnuziercial avenue and Washington avenue.
lothlng ana MerehanS ratlorlna-.
JOHN ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In ftaady Med Clothing. 71 Ohio irvee.
Real Katata Ageacle.
U. J. HOWLEY Real Estate Agent. Burt
and tells real estate, collects rents, pay taans
lor non-residents etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Tenth street.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. B.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
DailyTrains from Cairo.
Train Leav Cairo
2 20 p.rn. Fast Express, arriving lu H.
Louis S.-'si p. in.; Chicago, 7:30, a.tii.
2 20 p.m. CINCINNATI & LOUIS
ViXiLE FAST LINE
arriving In Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.;Louls
vilie, .2', am.-, lndimipolis, 4.15 a.m.;
l';n..ngers by tui train arrive at aboe
OF ANY OTHER KO'JTK.
1 31 p. m. Fait Mml with dlet-pem mtK'h
nl. for ST. I.Ol'IS ami tlilCAiiO,
utrlvin? In St. LouIh at 'i:'tO a.m. '.'hi
rnrn at 4..'n p.m. C'oiiiifctinir at fidin
or Kiliiiiriiaui lor t im lnniti, I.oulMllf
FAST TIME EAST
1'an-j'nk.er bv tbi I'"0 'touph to
the hat Without any iJolay cuum-.U uy
t-uniy inter ening.
It.a SAirilhAY Ar'TI KNOON TK AIN
fiMiM 'AIK A H HI V KS IS N K W
VHK .Mt)M A V MtHJMNt.
AT !' .'.
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
)K ANY ' II KK KOI I K.
AdertiK tiieiits of couipt-tir,' lim i that
tliey mike better tiuin than tlilii oih', are
are issued either throntfti itrnoranc or a
Je aire to minleitil the ptiblii'.
ror llimui-li tnket" ami inlornytiou,
i. l. ly at I'llCni'i tViitrhl K. K. lejmt, tairo.
Uiii l Southern At.
.1. li. Ji.Ntr. TUkit Agt.
lilt . ' . I. '"' -
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lanvii'i- .1lUmtWUl"tir'l. fm
fJJ pediluenU In luarriare removed,
2 aud reniurkalile n-mclim. HkoWs e
S and eirrulars sent free In eale.lW
envelopes. Adilrr Hohii AJg
P5 .n.i4rio!. 41 N. Ninth at. I'bila-
llHlptlia- 11. n IU.IHUUUU III. QJ
5) U K a tiiKh iepi:uliou lor Uorur-"
' kl i i-uudurt ai.d prole--ioLal!
It Is now t-oiKH'dcd that Mrs. Coleman,
:i.e laundres. No. 12 Kotirth street, be
tween Washinjitou and Commercial aye-niii-s.
has one of the best conducted latin-
Jrv establishments in the rlty, and land-
.ords of hob-Is and boarding houses will
and it to their advantage to cull upon
Reaily for lluaineaa Again.
Editor Bcllvtin 1 take pleasure in
railing the attention of the public to Hie
ttct that I have rebuilt and re-etub-
i hed the Union Bakery on the sit.' of
tbe buildin? lately lost by tire on com
anercial avenue, between F'ourih und
ixth streets, where I will be pleased to
welcome all my old patrons as well u all
who desire a goon arucie oi nreau,
"onfections, etc. Frnk Kkaikv.
Dyer and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
mens' garments, Ko. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Gentlemens' bats dyed and
uleaned and blocked In the latest style
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all fabrics with
out Injury to the material. lm.
Picture ana Bracket.
. C. Ford has removed his Variety
Bracket store to Washington avenue
near Tenth street, lie has opened
largo stock of brackets, shelves, frames.
chrouos, picture cord aud tassels, cur
"Hlu tassels, lancy nails, bat racks, etc.
-inn i ramlnfr mailu
Chi -r,ol mounted lu the cheapest and
bet fcvie, lm
To all vho are suflerlug from the
errors and discretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc.. I Till tend a recipe that will
euro you, fh of charge. This great
emedy was discovered by a mUalonary
In South America. Send a aelf-ad-dressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T.
Jauan, itaUoa O. Bible HoaH, Ktw
ABCALOl LOUUS, MO. 6L
uay aians a nau-paai wmwwB,
Fallow' 1111. Uowa,
ALEXAITDBR IOIX1I. HO. M
Independent Order nf ndd-Fal-Iowa,
mart every Thursday mght
at haU-uMtasTao. In tbeir ball oa
Zoniinercial avenue, bi-tweej) sixth and Rewnta
.met WluK. IUWiui, . U.
"TVlRO ENCAMPMENT, 1. O.' O. P., marte
Vln Odd-rVUnwe' Hall on the first end third
l tteeday la every month, at half-past aevi
A. Com no, CP
Jk CAJKOLUDGK.NO tui.t.r.aA.Hi
W Hold regular oonimunl nations la Ha
a Ionic Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' xatid Eighth street, on th aaoond and
fourth Monday of each month.
RATES OF ADVRRIBIRM.
ty All bllla for advertiainf , are due and pay
able tn advawc
Transient advertising wilt be Inserted at the
rate of fl 00 per square for Hie lint Insertion
and V oant for each subteqnent one A liberal
discount will be aiade on standing and diipl
For Inserting Funeral notice ! 00 Motto of
meeting of aoeletiea or secret order 60 aeaU for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notice
will only be inserted a advertisement
Ko advertisement will be received at last than
60 oent. and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollar per month
LOCAL, BtftlKfcBS HOICF.lt
Of one square (4 linn space) or more. In
serted In the Bulletin m follows : (Lest
than one square counted as a square.)
One Insertion per snuare - $ 60
Two Insertions per square . 5
Three Insertions per square 1 00
.Six Insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 60
One month per square- 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
TUL'RSDAY, AI'KIL 1. IS77.
Loral Weather Report,
Caiko, III., April 17. IeT77.
Tiaa. Ilia Tin. Wixn. ViL. Wtm
7 a m.' ir-.'!-'; ? 1J fulr
11:11' r:'-j3 f, in elu.ly
!i.m ii. H 9 thr'nt
3:4'. " n.tU I V 1. a It rain
li-iuUli ."i Inch.
St-rueant. Surual eiervtoe, I'. 0. A.
A Word ol Warning to Counterfeiter!
The widespread fume of Hosteller's
Stomach bitters rau.iea a necessity on
our part to remind, lrom time to time,
v.houiitmay concern, ol the fact that
imitating said article U a punishable ot
f nee, and we now give th'uwordot
cuiiti-iri. flint we will tiio-t assuredly
have all those person engaged In re
filling our second hand bottles, selling
by the gallon or barn-l, or in any man
ner whatsoever palming off on the pub
lic a fpiiriuus article purporting to le our
preparation, punched to the lull extent
oftheluw. We never hill to convict, as
the New Orleans and r?t. I.ouis Court
records fully aflirm. Penalty for coun
terfeiting, or dealing In counterfeit trade
murk goods, as set forth In a law recently
pamedby Coujjiwir- r
ngflfW, or imprisonment not more
than two years, or both such line and
Notice to dealers and purchasers.
Hosteller's Bittters are never, under any
circumstances, sold in bulk, but always
lu bottles, with a finely i ngraved I. S.
nternal revenue (-peolal proprietary)
tamp covering trie etira oi eacn nonie
fa.-teneil to both sides ol the neck of
same. All bitter purporting to be Hos
tetter's, without this stamp, are counter
I, .1. IIOSTETTFR A StllfH.
lobaeeo and fiver.
Mi n liants. grocers, and saloon-keepers
hnuld not lor'et that Mesrs. CorlU X
Haukin, proprietors ol the Prairie State
Tobacco Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of Sixth street and Ohio levee in this
city vthre they will do a wholesale and
retail bti-ines- in the tobacco ami cigar
line. "They have on baud the largest
and tnot complete stock ot
oba co and cigars ever openeu
Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
loweat living pr'uvs. lealers are in
vited to rail and examine their stock.
Mollo A 'a I'iila aud Ointment.
Scrofula was considered incurable until
liu itreat discovery of "Uolloway's Tills
aud O went" flashed upon the world
Dlaeaaca which baffled the bkill of the
medical n-hool, readily yield to these peer
less remedies. Seurty, eryipelan, talt
rhiuni, itch, aud all cutsneous eruptions
r i iirable bv them. Tweuty-livo teuts
per host or pot.
Tlie It a In bow
in the eky is a sigu of God's promise that
tha ilJ sbuulJ uover again te ue.troycd
by water; aud viewlmt the tenacity with
which meu hold on to lite, it is .urprisiug
to all bow recklessly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of their constitution, he
cause tney are so liut as to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusions ! If one of the
parts of our delicately complex orgini.m
be itijured, It throws greater strain on me
njrsA'il all suffer. Winning to maintain
the niiiiual economy in a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
ue tha celebrated Home Stomach Kit
Sever Known to tall.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry
aodUourhound has never been known to
fall tn permanently curing obstinate
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, tor
any disease ot the respiratory organs, and
t does It. too. at once. It is not neces
sary to take it for a long time before you
eac discover its beneficial effects, its sale
in this community is immense, and its pop
liarity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hsnds. Do not fall to give this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not dmap
point vou. Trv It on:. Trial size, 10
cents. Regular 111, M cents and one do!
iar Barclay Bros., Agent,
Also agents for lrof. Parksr's pleasant
Worm 8y rap, whieh sever fails, Pleas
est ta take, ea4 requires at physio. Price,
Vkf fauf taxes and tat cost, as I au
bound by law to adrertlM for judge
mcnt on or befora the first day of May,
1877. P. Sacp.
Mrs. Scantland has ast opened a new
stock of millinery goods on SeTenth
street back of Messrs. Greer & White's
store. Bleaching and repairing done in
tha latest styles. Please give ma a call.
No trouble to show goods. 4-l-2t
MeatlBK f She CmeU
There will be a special meeting ol the
city council on next Friday, ta-morrow,
evening, lor the purpose of canvassing
the result ol the city election held on
Tuesday. The new council will not
meet until the first Tuesday In May.
till a Caadldate.
It must not be Inferred that because
Jack Winter was the successful candi
date lor mayor at the election on Tues
day, that ha Is not still a candidate. He
Is always In the Held, and already an
nounces his determination to contest lor
the mayoralty at the election two years
hence. Jack Is a m rslstent cu-s.
Mr. Wtu, Walker, representing the
Arm of Bob Stern & Co., wholesale deal
ers in wines and liquors, No. 203 Xorth
Mala street, St. Louis, is In the city on
business for this well-known and popular
houoe. Mr. Walker is building up a large
and prolltable trade in Cairo and the
towns around about It. His houw is ODe
of the best in St Louis.
Clear Ibeua Out.
For months past the city baa been
over-run with confldeuce men and petty
thieves, but so far as we are able to learn
no very strenuous efforts have been
made to rid the city of their presence.
His honor, Mayor Whiter, can put a
feather in his cap aud win the applause
of thu citizens generally if he will inter
est himself In this matter. All these
characters can be made to leave the city
If the right course is taken.
Tobaeeo ftalea Ta-Day.
The regular weekly sales of tobacco at
tha Farmers' and Planters' warehouses
will take place to-day. The weather for
the last week or ten days has been more
favorable tor handling tobacco, and as a
consequence we may expect perhnps tlie
largest breaks ot the season. A number
ol will-known buyers are already in the
city, and tne sale to-day promises to be
Tlie Hnlglit Templar.
The banquet given by Cairo Corn-
mandery No. 13, Knights Templar, held
at their armory Jat night, was a grand
aftair. 1 he attendance of members and
guest, was large, though not so large as
It would have been if the weather had
nrtbeen so disagreeable. There was
speech making, feasting and drinking,
and the members enjoyed themselves in
numerous ways. Mr. Jewett Wilcoi
was prc-ent and took part in the festiv
At 1:30 o'clock, p.m., Wednesday,
prll ISth, 15(77, at her residence in this
city, Mrs. Honora Mookler, wile ol Mr,
Patrick Mockler. The funeral cortege
will leave the family residence at 1:30
clock p. m., to-day, Thursday, for St.
Patrick's Catholic church, where the
ineral service will be held. The remains
will be conveyed to Villa Uidge by spe
cial train, to leave the leot of Lighlh
street at 2:'W o'clock p. in. Friends of
the family are invited to attend the
The reckless bachelors, hopeful wid
owers, aud haggard married men, of the
Presbyterian church and congregation,
will entertain their friends at Mr. Hy-
slop's parlors, ou Thursday evening,
April 6th. The labile representatives of
the sterner sex will have the exclusive
barge. They will don the white apron,
set the table, pour the tea, aud talk about
their neighbors. While this Is going on
the queens ot society can talk business
Reft igcrators, tho very best, at A.
Ualley's, 110 Comerclal avenue. Also
stoves and tinware, toilet ware, tableand
pocket cutlery, garden and farmers' Im
plements, piows, corn planters and
shelters, sulkey rakes, and a general
stock of stoves, tin and hardware,
flower stands, both wire and wood,
flower trainers, diflcrent styles, banging
basket of all kinds ; tho largest variety
of bird cages in the city and will be sold
very low at A. Halley'x, Hi Commercial
The contested election case of Uarman
vs. Reeve came up In the probate court
yesterday. Mr. Frick, attorney for iir.
Reeve, and Messrs. Llnegar and Lans
deu for Uarman, were in court. Mr.
Lluegar on behalf of the plaintiff asked
that the case be dismissed. Mr. Llnegar
said that he had no doubt that Mr. liar
man had been fairly elected, but it would
be a dilllcult and almost endless task to
ferret out all the illegal votes cast for
Mr. Reeve, and that Mr. Uarman was un
willing to spend more time in the mat
ter. 1 he case was tneu struck irotn tne
A Card for Rational Reader.
irrational people always reject good
advice and in nothing is their folly more
frequently conspicuous than In Ignoring
precautions necessary for the retention of
health. Forecast, on the other baud, is a
notable characteristic ol the rational, and
it is tho exercise of this quality which
wo would suggest to them. Protect tho
system agalust diseases which fasten
upon the debilitated, the nervous and the
dyspeptic, by bracing the pbyslque.regu
lating the stomach, bowels and liver, and
banishing despondency with the purest
and most efficient ot botanic invlgorants,
Qostetter's Storaaoh Bitters.' That these
effects follow its use, and that it pre
vents as well as annihilates Intermittent
and remittent fevers, are facta established
byladlspuubleTlwoe. T enjoy toe
twin blessings of "a sound mind and a
sonnd body" In all their plentltude, try a
course of this sterling medicine,
Tk Ww Cawaell.
The new council will be composed oi
the following persons i
First Ward George Yocuia and Wm.
Second Ward Wood Rlttenhousa and
M. B. Thistle wood.
Tblrd Ward W. P. Wright and John
Fourth Ward Cbas. O. Patier and M.
Filth Ward T. W. Ilalliday and Cbas.
On the question of license It is said
the council will stand four for and five
against low license. The members who
will probably lavor low license, are
Messrs. VocumandO'Callahan, from the
First ward ; Messrs. Patier and McQan
ley, from the Fourth ward, and Mr. Lan
caster, lrom the Filth ward. Messrs.
Thlstlewood and Rittenhouse, Second
ward ; Wood and Wright, Third ward,
and T. W. Halliday, Fifth ward, are
known to oppoae a reduction of license.
It the speculations on this question are
correct, there w ill be no reduction of li
cense for another year at least.
Mr. Stratton Is still confined to his bed.
He wai not so well yesterday.
Mr..Toui Haliiday and Mr. Oberly
left for Springfield on Tuesday night's
Illinois Central train.
Mr. Henry Halliday will leave lor
Mr. W. H. Willard ot Anna, was in
the city yesterday.
MnJ. Woltoik of Paducah, was In the
Mr. Bob Beasley, one ot the county
commissioners of Jackson county, was in
Jackson Frick, E-q., of Jonesboro,
was in the city yersterday on professional
Jewett Wilcox, late ol the St.
Charles hotel in this city but now mana
ger oftheTremont House, Chicago, Is In
the city on a short visit. We have not
been able to catch a ,'glimpse of him, but
learn that he is the same Jvwettasof
Among the guests at the Planter's
House yesterday were S. C. Wilton,
Makanda; F. C. Kitlridgc, Bryon.Ohio;
U. Walter, Indiana; Jas. Kutlldge, St.
Louie; W. Grubbs, Palma, Ky.; Jackson
Frick, Jonesboro; L. L Ogle-by, Don-
gola. and many others.
Arlington hotel arrivals: J. W
Kennedy, J. G. Arriugton, New Or
leans; W. L. Staple, Kentucky; Thomas
Corbet, Paducah, Ky.; V. A. Eankin,
Crown City, Ky.; John B. BallarJ, West
Virginia; E. W. Mcrgan. Covington,
Ky.; A. H. Bush, Madison, Indiana ; R.
Sumers, Metropolis ; R. S. Yocum, Pu
laski, Illinois ; Milton Walton, Spencer
county, Ind.; John F. Cocke, Ballard
county, Ky., A. Waldrof. Indianapolis,
Ind.; Theodore Reynolds, New Orleans;
tiu 14MUWM AX.ol-evt rt Uf A Ma.
None of the defeated candidates
seem to feel very bad about It.
Remember the sociable at Mr. Hy
slop's rooms to-night. There will be
The storms that have visited us with
in the last few days, have been general
throughout this section of the country.
We Imagine Mayor Winter Is not
pleased with the "complexion" of the
council with which he will have to con
tend. The toted vote lor mayor at Jhe elec
tion on Tuesday was 1,307, or 106 votes
less than were cast at the election two
years ago. The total vote "then was
Mrs. Patrick Mockler, an excellent
woman, and a devoted wife and mother,
died yesterday between one and two
o'clock. Her remains will be interred at
Villa Ridge to-day.
Walt Wright In the Fifth ward aad
Dennis Foley In the Fourth, made it hot
lor their opponents on election day. Out
of a total vote of nearly 500 they were
each defeated by only two votes. Good
boys ! You will live to tight another
day, and win, too, we hope.
Look here, Jack: Vocum and
O'Callahan; Rittenhouse and Thistle-
wood; Wood and Wright; Patier and
McGauley; Halliday and Lancaster !
Ol such is your council. How do you
like the situation V If that council don't
hold you level, then the "devil's a hog."
The banquet by Cairo commandry
at the St. Chailes last night wa3 a grand
aflair. There were about one hundred
persons sat down to the tables, which
fairly groaned under the weight ot the
good things ou them. Among the
guests present were a number from Pa
ducali, Metropolis, Murphysboro, Anna,
Jonesboro, Carbondale.and other places.
The changes In the city council are
not numerous. In the first ward Mr.
O'Callahan takes the place of Jewett
Wilcox, and in the third ward Col. Wood
succeeds Mr. Parker. Mr. RIttenhouse
from the second, Patier from the fourth
and Lancaster from the fifth, have each
served two years. Col. Wood and Mr
O'Callahan have also aeryed as council
Dr. W. C. Joeelyn
large assortment ot artificial teeth, and Is
prepared to supply all of hlg patrons,
All branches ot dentistry performed in
the most durable manner. Call at once,
Office Eighth street between Washlig
ton and Commercial avenues, Cairo, Illi
ELOCUTIONIST'S JOURNAL (ire choio
Mtaiand.iil sadnsw I leoe for nrolauloa
al and aaiateur readers sad speaker, school ai.
hiuition. and interesting artiela oa appropri
ate MbJoU. Just tb thin want!. Large
la, to cent, or say aewaaoaier or uy mau.
XtU Ba'Y CO.'. US Kauai tt. V.
Wa Daraananrr, Imi fUror, 1
April 17, 17T. I
statio. low warn.
rr, tit. tt.
Cairo 37 8 '
Pltubanr......,... s 4 s
CineinnaU is S l
Loalsvlll. .. a s
Nashville .. ...... IB I U I -,t I 8
At. Louis yo 1 X Jo
Kvansvllle is 114
Memphis. 3.1 I x 2
Vlcksburtr 49 n t
New Orleans r, I 11 y
Itelow high water ls"t.
JAMES WAI BON,
Sargeant. Surnal iVn-ice, 11 S. A .
Steamer James Fisk, Paducah.
' Cbas. Mcrgan, New Orleans.
" Ste. Oenevieve, Memphis.
" Smoky City and Tow, N. O.
" Grand Lake and 21 barges.St.L.
" City of Helena, St. Louis.
learner James FUk, Paducah.
" Cbas Morgan, Cincinnati.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Smoky City & tow, Pittsburg.
" City ol Helena, Vlcksburg.
The Ohio river continues to decline
slowly here. The fall yesterday was five
inches. At Cincinnati the decline was
eleven inches ; at Louisville six Inches,
and at FvansvUJe one foot. Tho fall at
Paducah was two Inches. The Missis
sippi is also falling at all points from
which we receive reports. The decline
yesterday at St. Louis was nine Inches.
The Cumberland river is falling at Nash
ville. Strayed or Mole
A Itiul dm, all white with the exception o
one black i-pot uver die left eye. 'I be dog Lss
been tuis-ed tor aliout one oai year. Thenar-
tie who now have him will iileaw return him
to his lawful owner, or suffer proBecuti n to
tie lull extent cf the law .
VAT CORCOR AN.
DRS. CANINE & WHITLOCK,
llaviuic entered into a co-partners hi 11. f r the
purpose of practiciiiir dentistry, in all its
blunt-lie, woul lreHpertlully Inform those need
Iiik the services of. Ui-nlul oix-rator. that thev
are jirepared to ltend to their wants in every
'I he filling of teeth done in the mint ittt is I no
tary manner. Inserting artiUi:iul dentures, al
ways ith a Yiew of reatorintc, as tar a prsc
tii'alile, tlie lout contour and natural sxpret-.ion
of the must improved methods and materials
Teeth eitracted absolutely without pain by
Using nitrous oxide gas.
They extend an tiivitutlon to all, to ca'.l and
see them ami .olicit a liliersl share of their pat
ronage. Work guarantee.!. I'riees moderate.
CAM.NE A WIMllOl K.
140 Ccmmerciai avenue, between ,-iii and '.'thsts.
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The third volume of thl. Incomparable
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the best of its kind. We have never yet
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food." The Churchman. Ilarttord Conn
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which opens with November. l7fl. hec-lna
A fchort and very entertaining serial from
the r'rench, "The Kingdom ol the Greedy,"
a story adapted to the Thanksgiving season.
nuuiuci .cuai,ui uuioruiug luii-resiio noys.
HH OWN MASTER,"
By J. T. Trowbridge,
author of the "Jack Hazard stories." be.
gins in the Christmas Holiday Number.
rsenaes serial stories, Christmas stories
lively sketches, poems and pictures for the
bolldiys, and some astonishing illustration
ol oriental purts,wiih drawings bySime
The Christmas Holiday Number of
Superbly illustrated, contains a very inter
"1UE BOYS OF MY BOYUOOO,"
By William Cullen Bryant :
'The Hor.e Hotel." a hvelv article, bv
Charles A. liaruard, splendidly illustrated :
"The Clock in the sky," by Kichard A.
Proctor ; "A Christmas Play for Uoues or
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