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BOOKS FOR summer TRAVELLERS-Continued.

RAND, MCNALLY & CO. (Continued). Pacific Coast Guide, by J. W. Steele. Santa Fé Route. With map, profusely illustrated, paper cover. 75C.; cloth, $1.25.

The Rand-McNally Official Railway Guide and Handbook, giving full and reliable information regarding latest time-tables, showing population of all important cities and towns, with descriptive matter giving leading hotels, places of amusement, etc. 25c.

Pocket Maps, in cloth cases, of Australia, Austria,
Belgium and the Netherlands, Central America, China,
Cuba, Denmark, Europe, Greece, India, Italy, Mexico,
Palestine, Russia, Spain and Portugal, Russia in Eu-
rope, Sweden and Norway, Switzerland, Turkey in
Asia, Turkey in Europe, and the World, 50 cents each;
Atrica, England and Wales, France, Ireland, Scotland,
South America, 75 cents each; Germany and Japan,
$1.00 each; large pocket map of Mexico, 72 x 52 inches,
$7.50.

Pocket Maps of every State and Territory in the
United States. 25c. each.

London, Charles A. Gillig's New Guide.
With maps and illustrations. 12mo, cloth, 210 p., 50c.
A full line of Baedeker's and other publishers'
guides kept in stock; also maps of all the large cities
in the world.

Send for complete catalogue.

ROBERTS BROTHERS, Boston. London of To-Day: An illustrated Handbook for the Season. By Charles Eyre Pascoe. Published annually. 1890 now ready. 12mo, cloth, $1.50. Santa Barbara, and Around There. wards Roberts. With 16 illustrations. 16mo, 75c. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, New York. New Edition for 1890.

By Ed

The Index Guide to Travel and Art-Study in Europe. By Lafayette C. Loomis. With plans and catalogues of the chief art galleries, maps, tables of routes, and 160 illustrations. New and entirely revised edition for 1890. 16mo, $3.00.

CHARLES Scribner's SONS (Cnntinued). The Mexican Guide. By T. A. Janvier. New and revised edition for 1890. With three maps, net, $2.50. The Sailor's Handy Book and Yachtsman's Manual. By Lieut. E. F. Qualtrough, U. S. N. With illustrations and diagrams. Square 16mo, blue roan, $3.50.

The Boat-Sailer's Manual. By Lieut. E. F.
Qualtrough, U. S. N. Sq. 16mo, dark roan, net, $2.00.
Carlsbad and Its Environments.
Merrylees. Illustrated.
on the subject."

By John

8vo, $2.50. "The best book

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Alps (Eastern), $2.40; Belgium and Holland, $1.80; Egypt (Lower), $4.80; France (Northern), $2.10; Germany (Northern), $2.10: Germany (Southern): $2.10; Germany (Rhine), $1.80; Great Britain, $3 00: Greece, $3.00; Italy (Northern). $1.80; Italy (Central) and Rome, $1.80; Italy (Southern), $1 80; London, $1.80; Norway and Sweden, $2.70; Palestine and Syria, $6.00; Paris, $1.80; Switzerland. $2.40; Traveller's Manual of Conversation, in English, German, French, and Italian, 90c.; Conversation Dictionary, in four Languages, English, German, French, Italian, E. STEIGER & CO., New York. Baedeker's and Other Guide-Books. In German. Also Travellers' Maps, Conversation Books, etc. Send for list.

90c.

ANOTHER BROWNIE BOOK, by PALMER COX,
will be issued early in the fall by The Century Co.,
New York. The first Brownie book was issued three
years ago, and proved to be one of the best selling
books of the season. It is a book that "takes " well
with children, and, although 25,000 copies have been
sold, there is still a demand for it. The new book
will be like the first in size and style of binding, but a
new cover design, printed in colors, has been made for
it, and the contents are entirely new. It will be bound
in substantial board covers, and will contain 150 large
pages, describing in verse more adventures of the
amusing Brownies. The illustrations-which are the
first things a purchaser of books for children looks
for-number between two and three hundred, and are
just as comical as can be. "Another Brownie Book
(that is the name of it), will retail at $1.50; trade
price. $1.00.

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* Brownies, like fairies and goblins, are imaginary little sprites, who are supposed to delight in harmless pranks and helpful deeds. They work and sport, while weary households sleep, and never allow themselves to be seen by mortal eyes.

JUST PUBLISHED:

"THE NEW YORK JOBBING HOUSE."

NOTICE

The Elements of Plane and CHAS. T. DILLINGHAM,

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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN

Miscellaneous and Foreign Books; School-
Books; Staple and Foreign Stationery; Blank-
Book Manufacturers and Printers for the
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Regular Weekly Auction Sales of Books of every description.

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Particular attention paid to Holiday Books and Juveniles.

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Jobbers in Miscellaneous and School Books, Supply the Trade with Everything in the Book Line. Send for our five catalogues.

Besides having at hand the resources of the New York Market, we are Special Agents for Boston and Philadelphia Publishers, and for S. C. Griggs & Co. and A. C. McClurg & Co., of Chicago.

This House is Characterized by its Promptness, Carefulness, and Low Prices.

Removed to 135 Eighth Street, New York.

HENRY VAIL.

FRANK P. LENNON.

J. H. Vail & Co.,

Successors to the Jobbing and
Retail Department of Wm.
Wood & Co.,

indergarten Books

our own publications, and all issued in Europe. Kindergarten Material,

the most complete Assortment - unsurpassed in America as well as in Europe-for the genuine Froebel system, prepared under the direction of the highest authorities. Illustrated Catalogue mailed free.

E. Steiger & Co., New York.

Medical Publishers, FRENCH, GERMAN,
Booksellers, and
Importers.

Trade-Lists and General Catalogues of Medical
Books, furnished on application.

JOSEPH GILLOTT'S

Steel Pens.

FOR ARTISTIC USE in fine drawings,
Nos. 659 (Crow-quill), 290 and 291.

FOR FINE WRITING,

No. 303, and Ladies', 170.
FOR BROAD WRITING,
Nos. 294. 389 and Stub Point, 849.
FOR GENERAL WRITING,
Nos. 404, 332, 390 and 604.
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Gold Medal Paris Exposition, 1878.

Joseph Gillott & Sons, 91 John St., New York.

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IMPORTANT.

HE JOHN W. LOVELL COMPANY take

pleasure in announcing to the Trade that their new lines of Standard Sets, Red Line Poets and 12mos are now being printed and samples are ready for inspection. These consist of

STANDARD SETS of all the Principal Authors.

Bound in cloth, half calf and half crushed levant bindings.
200 vols.

LOVELL'S OXFORD 12mos.

Handsomely bound in cloth with head bands and silk marker.
100 vols.

LOVELL'S CAXTON 12mos.
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100 vols.

Bound in half morocco with leather corners.

LOVELL'S RUGBY SERIES. 150 vols.

Choicest Books for Boys and Girls.
150 vols.

LOVELL'S UNIVERSAL SERIES.

Beautifully bound in vellum cloth, gilt top and uncut edges.

LOVELL'S STANDARD 12mos.

LOVELLS' POETS

made in ten desirable editions as follows:

41 vols.

PRESENTATION EDITION. On large paper, in box, full gilt, bevelled boards, cloth, padded leather, half calf, tree calf, turkey morocco.

HOUSEHOLD EDITION.

padded.

Cloth, gilt top,

FRANKLIN SERIES. 99 vols. Without red line. Half morocco, with leather corners. RED LINE EDITION. 99 vols. Beautifully bound in cloth, full gilt edges, padded leather.

And beautiful editions of Gustave Dore Books consisting of

DORE BIBLE GALLERY.

MILTON'S PARADISE LOST.

DANTE'S INFERNO.

SWORD AND SCIMETER.

COLERIDGE'S ANCIENT MARINER.
WANDERING JEW.

DANTE'S PURGATORY AND PARADISE.

Great care has been taken in the manufacture of these editions, and dealers will find them much superior to those heretofore made.

Arrangements have been made with all the principal jobbing houses of the country, so that supplies can be obtained at the same prices as if bought from us direct; this in many cases effects a large saving in freights.

We guarantee to protect all dealers handling our books, and therefore supplies can be purchased with absolute security.

JOHN W. LOVELL COMPANY,

150 WORTH STREET, NEW YORK.

Our Mr. Hooper will be at the Palmer House, Chicago, from July 7 to July 22, and will be

pleased to show our new samples and explain our plans.

WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED

The American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular.

[ESTABLISHED 1852].

PUBLICATION OFFICE, FRANKLIN SQUARE (330 PEARL STREET), NEW YORK.
Entered at the Post-Office at New York, N. Y., as second-class matter.

VOL. XXXVIII., No. 2.

NEW YORK, July 12, 1890.

WHOLE NO. 963.

Sergel's International Library.

Under this general name Sergel & Co. will publish a series of popular novels by the best foreign and American authors. An effort will be made to issue the books in a style commensurate with their literary excellence. A royalty will be paid to the foreign authors, and nearly all of the books will be illustrated. The attention of dealers is called to two important features of Sergel's International Library, viz.: the liberal discount given to the trade, and the fact that the books will not be controlled by any one jobbing house. The first number of this series is

The Kreutzer Sonata.

By COUNT LEO TOLSTOï.

This is the author's boldest book and is the reigning sensation. It has already had an immense sale. Dealers are cautioned not to accept any imperfect or abridged edition. To obtain the only complete and unexpurgated book order SERGEL'S EDITION. Cloth, $1.00; paper, 50 cents.

ANNOUNCEMENT!

In July we shall issue, as number two of SERGEL'S INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY, a handsome edition of a new novel by George Ohnet, entitled

Peter's Soul.

This is destined to be one of the most popular books by this favorite author. The cover will show a handsome and unique design, and the book will be beautifully illustrated. Cloth, $1.00; paper, 50 cents.

ADVANCE ORders solicited.

SERGEL'S INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY is mailable at second-class rates.

SERGEL & CO., Publishers, 79 Dearborn Street, Chicago.

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