Our Young Folks (from The Youth’s Companion, January 12, 1865; p. 7)
BOYS AND GIRLS
Should all subscribe for the New Illustrated Magazine,
OUR YOUNG FOLKS.
MAYNE REID, MRS. STOWE, TROWBRIDGE, GAIL HAMILTON, LUCY LARCOM, EDMUND KIRKE, OLIVER OPTIC, DIO LEWIS, GRACE GREENWOOD, “CARLETON,” “AUNT FANNY,” and many other popular writers for the young, will write for it.
IT IS FULL OF NICE PICTURES.
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Send for a circular.
Robert Merry’s Museum (from The Youth’s Companion, January 12, 1865; p. 8)
THE OLDEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST
The Oldest and most Favorite Juvenile Magazine published.—Vol. 50 commences January, 1864. Full of Stories, Pictures, Puzzles, Letters from the Young Folks, History, Biography, Natural Science, Prizes, Hieroglyphics, etc., etc.
A fine Steel Engraving of UNCLE WILLIAM given to all new subscribers in the January number.
TERMS, $1,50 a year, in advance; 12 cents single number.—Send for it.
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