T!:e August number of tho Oterland ' '; has a readable list of papers, ;:i cladlag: Pupéete, a By Way in Norseland, Tho Vuba Hydranlic Mlners, Collectors and Collcctions, Sheep-Farmlng 11 Australia, Femlnine Phllanthropy, etc. lts " Current Literatnre " handles " Lothalr " rather roqghly. $4 a yea.r. John H. CakmasT & Oo , San Francisco. - We have the Augr.st Knmber o.' O''! and Rete. Amen; its papers are : Pink and White, opening chapters by Mis II. B. Stowe; JTorthern Paciflc Railroad, bj II. Stcele ; Shc Wrltes, chap. xni., by Ellse PolUe ; Francia of Asslsl, by S. Farrington ; American Political Literatnre, by Edward A. Pollard ; ïlie Passion Play ; Chinese Transci-iitlentaUsm, by John Edgar Johnson; Jo'in Whopper, the Newsboy, chap. ii., (senci us t!ii! Jnly nninber with the iiiitial chapter); Valiillty of oyr Knoyrledge of God, by Orville Dcwey ; and tho Fenion Campalgn, by O. H. Tuttle. In the " Examincr " is a more favorable notice of " Lothair" than we have beforc sien. $4 a year. Eobehts & BROTHEB, 14!? Washington street, N. Y. - Ecery Saturday announces as to commencein its pages soon a new serial novel, " Nobody's Fortune," by Edinand Yates, to bc printed from advauce sheets. It is still running " Edwin Drood," the mystevy of whlph Is by no means solved. The Every Salurday ngravincs are bolh numcrous and excellent. 5 a ycar. Addrcss Fields, Oscíood & Co., Boston.