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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 Europe, 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.

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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. By Edwards Roberts. With 16 illustrations. 16mo, 75C.

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, New York.
New Edition for 1890.

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.

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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.

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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,

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Baedeker's and Other Guide-Books. In German. Also Travellers' Maps, Conversation Books, etc. Send for list.

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VOL. XXXVIII., No. 3.

NEW YORK, July 19, 1890.

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