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Black Beauty. By Anna Sewell. Cloth, illus
" She Who Will Not When She May." By
Eleanor G. Walton. Illustrated. Cloth, gilt top, deckle edges. $1.00. Dove calf, gilt top,
deckle edges, boxed. $1.50. Naked Truths and Veiled Allusions. By Minna
Thomas Antrim. Cloth, 50 cents. Ooze calf,
gilt top, boxed. $1.00. Yawps and Other Things. By William J. Lamp
ton. Cloth, gilt top, deckle edges. $1.00. The Pilgrim's Progress, as John Bunyan wrote it.
A fac-simile reproduction of the first edition, published in 1678. Antique cloth, 12no.
$1.25. The Fairest of the Fair. By Hildegarde Haw
thorne. Cloth, 16mo. $1.25. Around the World in Eighty Minutes. Con
tains over 100 photographs of the most famous places and edifices, with descriptive text.
Cloth. 50 cents. Shakespeare's Complete Works. With 64 Boy
dell, and numerous other illustrations, four volumes, over 2,000 pages.
Half Morocco, 12mo. Boxed, per set, $3.00. The Care of Children. By Elisabeth R. Scovil.
Preparation for Motherhood. By Elisabeth R.
Scovil. Cloth. $1.00. Baby's Requirements. By Elisabeth R. Scovil.
Limp binding, leatherette. 25 cents. Names for Children. By Elisabeth Robinson
Scovil. Cloth. 40 cents. What Women Should Know. By Mrs. E. B,
Duffy. Cloth. 75 cents. Trif and Trixy. By John Habberton, author of
“Helen's Babies.” Cloth. 50 cents. Poor Boys' Chances. By John Habberton. A
book for modern boys. Cloth, 280 pages, 136
illustrations, 75 cents. Sea Kings and Naval Heroes. By Hartwell
James. Stories of famous sea fights of the world. Cloth, 260 pages, 137 illustrations, 75
cents. A Son of the Carolinas. By C. E. Satterthwaite.
Cloth. 50 cents. The Joys of Sport. By W. Y. Stevenson. Cloth.
Illustrated. 50 cents.
Derivation, Source or Origin of Common
pages. $1.50. Altemus’ Conversation Dictionaries. English
Freuch, English-German and English-Spanish.
Buoyan's Pilgrim's Progress, with 100 engrav
ings. Cloth, size 9x 10 inches, $1.50. Full
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fine engravings. Cloth, size 9 x 10 inches, $1.50. Paul and Virginia. By Bernardin De Saint Pierre,
with 125 engravings. Cloth, size 9 x 19 inches,
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ings. Cloth, size 7x872 inches, $1.00. Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, 120
engravings. Cloth, size 772 x 9% inches, $3.00. My Odd Little Folks. By Malcolm Douglas.
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Galopoff, the Talking Pony. By Tudor Jenks.
Cloth. $1.00. “ The immediate effect of reading the first chapters of Galopoff' to the reviewer's children was to make the father of those children order a dozen copies of the book for the fathers of other children.”- The Outlook, New York, N. Y.
“No child can resist the enticing whimsicalities of a little horse that talked once a month like a serial story.'"--The Literary World, Boston, Mass.
Gypsy, the Talking Dog. By Tudor Jenks.
Cloth. $1.00. “ It is fortunate that Gypsy, on his way to America, meet Galopoff, the Talking Pony, as otherwise another of Mr. Jenks' charming books for young readers might never have been written. It is well to read all that År. Jenks tells us about animals that talk." Caps and Capers. By Gabrielle E. Jackson.
Cloth. $1.00. “ The book is a happy creation; young people will read it with keen interest."--Daily Picayune, New Orleans, La.
“A happy title to a happy book. A merry chronicle of boarding-school life.”
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Jackson. Cloth. $1.00. “Mrs. Jackson is known as a writer of delightful stories, and this is one of her best. It will win the appreciation of all readers." For Prey and Spoils; or, The Boy Buccaneer.
By Fred A Ober. Cloth. $1.00. “Mr. Ober is the best living authority on Spanish. America, and when he writes of buccaneers and the Jolly Roger' and 'pieces of eight' and 'tall ships' one is sure to be entertained.” Tommy Foster's Adventures. By Fred A.
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Folly in Fairyland. By Carolyn Wells. Cloth.
$1.00. “ It recounts the adventures of a little girl who went to the realm of the fairies, but, unlike the immortal Alice, her experiences were all pleasant.”—Chronicle, San Francisco, Cal.
“ Told in Miss Wells' own crisp and original manner, it is one of the gayest and jolliest of child's books." -The Watchword, Dayton, Ohio.
“ It is a well written fairy story itself, is .Folly in Fairyland.'”-To-Day, Detroit, Mick. Folly in the Forest. By Carolyn Wells. Cloth.
$1.00. “Another of Miss Wells' unrivalled books. This time Folly visits the Forest of the Past, where she meets and is entertained by the famous Animals of Mythology, History and Literature." The Little Lady-Her Book. By Albert Bigelow
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"A daintier bit of child literature never has been written than this exquisite story. The Household Realm, Chicago, III.
“It abounds in the love and the unconscious humor and pathos of the real child.”—Press, Philadelphia, Pa Polly Perkins' Adventures. By E. Louise Lid
dell. Cloth, illustrated, $1.00. Rataplan, A Rogue Elephant, and Other Stories.
By Ellen Velvin, F. Z. S. Illustrations in color. Cloth, $1.25 net; postage, 13 cents
additional. “ Books that help us to a more intimate acquaintance with the habits, traits and characteristics of animals are very welcome. The latest addition to this literature is a volume of spirited and well-told stories from the pen of Ellen Velvin, a writer of many successful books for children, a magazinist of acknowledged ability, and a Fellow of the Zoological Society (London).