ïhis is the title of the latest and by all odds the most charming book for little people we have ever seen. lts fables, or stories, are delightful, but the illustrations are something immense. The author, Palmer Cox, is a new star in the juvenile firmament, but he shines with unique brilliancy. Ilis charming fables rival those of the world famed .Esop, and he far outshines that celebrated literary cornet by his inimitable illustrations. He dresses up his birds, animáis, insects, giants, fairies, goblins. etc, in grotesque style and makes them reason, talk, dance, and cut up all sorts of the oddest pranks imaginsble, affording infinite delight, as well as excelient instruction to the young. ïhe issue of his book " Queer People" has brought a perfect ovation of praise from the brightest men in the land. Forinstance,Gen.Ciinton B.Fisk sas: "It has set my childrèn wild with delight," and Col. Kussell H. Conwell. the famous lecturer, says: "Don't send me another such a book, for I can't get my childrèn to bed." The famous statesmau diplomat, and wit, Sunset Cox, says: The Kweer Kapers are simply incomparable," while the distinguished theologian, Dr. Howard Crosby says: they have the facination that belongs to JËsop and Uncle Remus," and the venerable poet, ür. Uliver VVendell Holmes, writes: "I am sorry 1 have not a nursery f uil of little folks, to enjoy its pictures and stories. iEsop's fables are enjoyed by old and young aud are quoted by the greatest orators and surely these equally eharmïng stories, so profusely, exquisitely illustrated will charm young and old for generations to come. The sale of this book will surely be enornous. It is published by the well known house of Hubbard Bro. Phila., Chicago, and Kansas City, to whom any persons desiring an augency should apply.