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When )..,ir I n. I. 1 m n ' I tir;
niMrMt," brnan I, .l.iwli ' . rrcevr
such gone! mfl.!. . vn.l ilihoiifjh I am rifirii
jroMT than he. vr ssrrr ahvrtv, tngclhtr.
My pfrawrr w nrr real ante Tom tuirnt
" tint Tom' tisrfi oiwitm rjnt the Iwtl t
of him, ml hrn pmvnkeM lit Wh AMI,
ui.1 yew hll t sthat tMpfvnfil wt )twif Istf,
I nrle Tom.
' rm nftwrtontv -a cnM, ehmkw, nHfty
..nc, like the, rftitr I mt kwWBR out nf Ih
. ,tnl.iw t print Hut mtatrmr-laii that trt
hi.rrini inl W i tltr nljpp of the revieh.
I , lalM Tom In lew, ton, but hn I
nine! Hrte jT ft mm cnmbtft. mil Irmulnp;
iv mm Mtatfr MW, I MtMtntally sirucl. him
in ihf fat wWi my rttinw.
" ' ftjffNtt. Aurkwaiit I Mm.' grmvM Tom i
mi I trfl a Mint faun hi tlrnng littlr Rt
hkH '( n ami) in mij-. mn mn MrklenMl.
slotter nml )ul cumr in, ami h w iKe
whiilr ertr. Hhe mH- Tom h alone on
U. ) from (V irlmlim ami ihr Nut, llll
he thmrM grow gnml-iMtitreit tflein. lUn Torn
s i ami In he wnbl.
' ' llorriii, nwhwan) nM thing ! he mt
'mI eiln, Mween M teeth. ' I jtwt wnn'i
'J to ibehnw h k a gttl ! I'll run
-iwaf, n I wrlH. Ill run aiy tn-nlRlil,' lie
l.ll in a trmltt otee. Intrmlint: to attract
" - V)m. tht T M mffllwr. ' Run aw)
fmni home t
" ' Ve, and I'm rIj: rtnw, if Jen ilon't nv
" Very ell," kt HKxhei, looklnf: al me,
ami Ml; jwi nf lepentanee in my face ;
'ywt ImtH? 1 -allow rit one tn my hmne In tell a
lie, mi t taninie I iiitwl mr (ixuMije tn jtrn,
"' I7ta!f to hl room ilirectly nvcrhcnil
went Ih ngiy Imy. We lieaul liim luil.e hi
lorig-veil ieiin!nut f)ii tin lunlt, lieard
turn ill Mil Inireau ilrawns, ami then alt m
llll, llll MaMerTmn, fliKheil, angry, etcatm,
t(amel down the lair. He wiiil 'gtxnl-lije'
tnalHhe family except me, ami tartfil imt In
the ram ami iml.
" I Omll nteer fnrRet how fnrlmn the little
lellow lunVeil a he alkeil ilnvtn the path
from the hnue to the turn. An imnieiiM
umhrella, old ami torn, he tiicil to hold oer
him with one hand, while in the other he held
a Iwmlte, containing hi bet .uit of clothe,
clean hiit, ami hi (wnnicv Xo nxcicoat had
he, no ruhlicr, and nnl) an old Mrav hat
which he had pulled down over hi eye.
" llang 1 went the front door after him.
Oo-no ! roaieil the wind a it followed him !
Splajh I came down the rain through hi torn,
worn nmbrclla ; and even the grim, tall c) pies
liee ura)el their dripping top over the path
a he paed, a though they would end down
an extra hower.
" Smn it grew daik. Hut no Tom returned.
Ol cwure. none of u thought he ould really
go away. We tuppuetl the hottest of temper
would xm hae coolol in thai torm.
" An hour vved ; the darVne grew
"M'oor Tom!' I thought. 'It's all my
fault, every A ofiti' and although I was
fourteen year old, and considered mysell quite
a woman, I liegan to cry.
" Hut suddenly, much to my joy, I heard
Tom' ntcp on the porch. I wa alwut to nili
out to meet htm when my mother tnpietl me.
" ' No. child,' aid ihe firmly.
"Tliat minute the riont-door licll rang
then it want Tom at all, t thought.
" Mother went tn the door, and ihcrr indeeil
wj- Torn. ' Lifting hi hat to her in the iikm
polite manner, he ail :
" '(JiMhl tvening, madam. Will you hae
the goodness to tell me the hortct way
lo B-, ?'
" We. weit" thrn living at Aldcrunoil, in the
country, and II i three miles from thr
"'Tlianl, joii, maJani,' came the anwci
from Tnn' proud lip. Imt hi moit eyes aiil
plainly i M'lumtnir), nianima.'
"llr lifleil hi hat onci- more and walked
calmly down the jioich, off the step-, into the
daik garden and among the moaning cyprevs
" ' Oh, mother, mother, how could you?' I
sotilicd, no longer aOiamcd of my tear. 'Tom
will perih, I know he will, and I 1 and
" ' Jennie, my cliild, aid mother, Mo I nm
know lust?' And thai answer wa all I could
get her to make.
" Supper wn forgotten : we all sat gin !!)
around the iircv I was most mieralile. I
could do nothing lull think hmv I loved Toji,
and Imu- lonely it un vv iihoul him, and hi.
lonely he ihott he Iccling.
" Hut another hour had ticked it lnw way
ariumd the clock lefoie we heard those steis
on the porch again. Then the Ml rang again
a before. Thi time I went with mother to
the door. Tnm stood there. I lis hat uav
gone, his umbrella, too; hi frowy hair was
wet, and hi hand purple with cold : but, in a
plucky voice, headdrcsM.i mother t
" I'leae tell me the piicc of a night's lodg
ing in II .'
'"I gate a man Jifty cents )elciday ; that
Ixiught him Uuh lel and supper.'
"Will jou lake me tn here lo-night?"
aknl Tom. "I can pay you. Ami he showed
mother his handful of pennic.
"'No,' mother replied; 'we don't lake in
tiamiM here, l'erhap they would at N'ichol',
acios the roail.'
"Ihil,'aid Tom, hi little lip trembling,
M I love von !
"Mother' li trembled, too.
" 'That' a very sHangc thing for a strange
man to juv to me. hat tin you mean tir ?
Ami then, somehow, the ilnil the door in poor
"Oh, ohl" broki; in 1-rank ; "how could
klic do it I how could jou let her, auntie ! il
watjust meaner l tun oh, auntie, ori-mcan
" Itut by the lime mother had got luck into
the sitting-room, and into her chair, looking n
Idle, I bV' undeivtanil that the av
giving her libv a lesson but she nearly broke
my beait, as well as Torn' ami her own, in
" IJight o'clock came, and with it, falter
ni;ly lovly, camoTom' step on the porch.
Ilerjug the, bell, Imt it iinly tiukh-il feebly.
Tbl lime c all .piang to meet him, motlui
leading ui ami uitcning. the door.
'"WouUI i !' tolilml akir, tiled Tom,
'would )ii wihiM )hi Icl me come (u and
wamun) poor lillleluivUf I am Jeiinir I
" In a mimile, in a veeinid, Tom wa fokl.d
in iiiothfi1 aim, mlilifng, reulanl, wel
diibblnl aikl liiunrin lan away again.
Oiuu two aJiTil-artttsU whils- jou ate undio
itig, anil uattciollsinliig SuinU) one will l-e
IouikI liehind the pallor wfa lhriithri will
ilmp inn f the Hning of )iHir lul two year
Ulri. ,iiu AJlte lUfJ, v CintiiiHali dm-
Mtniul, l)(w)i a hint or a suggestion, and a
mint women like Mis Ad.lie will nimble lo it
in Ir. than no time al all. J low did the find
out almut those vhlllvtmll, lHHigb '
The trail f the triisriit I over all humanity.
Man riimet mini into the woiM, U siukr.1
IhrougU life, ar guci oakoU out ofll.
lii- t njflltt f'ntMr- Vfirfiifrt frMi
l iriuniiiance imli -ne ihn'-1 ibli.hmem, m
ilie neir future, in thi I nited Mte- of 1 js
tat nving-lanV ytem: iherrfore vonw inter
et will prolmbl) attach to the figure present
eil in the recently hweil retnrt of the Un,!rli
itmtrr geneial. It annrar, lnMf nor only
rw eh nceFetin)( year of the twenty two
that hae elarnH ince the nvinf hunk wtn
inwiguruietl lmwn a dreKlnl Imreme in ihe
rohmw of rwdiwM, Imt tlmt the )nleni I
rapHly IwrmninK alt Ian nnireiwl, at nation
on li) iwe aie nrghinlnt to appiettate il
great merit tn an inenurajremenl to thrift and
imlusii). Not only i it ileirlile to place
eeeiy inernllre Imvard viiig before Imlltl-
dnaK of a nation for their own wke, but aln
for the ultimate benefit nf the nation itelfi
llie gain i immediate am) illretl. It t univ er-
ally .t.lmhle.1 iIhii the wnndfrrnl and rnlpiew
.lentnl reeorer) irf the Frrneti tialhvn firmi Its
financial war einltrrMment wa due miHtly
ti the number ami amounl of the null hoanl
Inie of thcmiall fiimersaml penwnt, whose
depiHttory waomdaik corner of the cottage.
a eomtant outee of anxiety and productive nf
no inlernt. lhll llie l-'renth lioiernment, ha
In Ihe ll IWQ)eni, provided a ecure place nf
denwit by elablihlng a piHlal Iwnk; o also
) Aittrk, whose Imijieroi nude the first de
poit on Ihe fitt da) of bl )fr. The N'e
theibml. Italy, Canada ami portion of Am
tr.iIKi aie maintaining the system,: while Swe
den. Switreikind, and sonic of the Ilritivh col
on le aie making Inipiiiie with a view to it
In the English )tem the reipiiremcnt aie
utpriingly few and simple, and the check to
fraud secure and elfeetual. D(osit of one
shilling are received, the limit being ;oper
vp.h, or .150 altogether from one deMsitor.
single pennies may be avcd by puichaing
tamp with them, the tamp being ihen affix
ed lo a prcsctitied fonn, and paid in a n hil
ling deposit when twelve are accumulated,
Kach drHiior gel a Uxik in which deposit
are credited; leside which he rccilvc in due
comse ihioiigh the mail a leceipl from the
head office at I-nmlnn for each amount. In.
teresl is allowed at the rate of two and a half
per cent,, and i cretlitcd each lear, on Ihcan
niversaiy of the first dcKsit, in the depositor'
lwok, which is upMKiil tobeforwarilnl.it
that time to Iuulon for the puiHc. The
iKxik, a well a all mattci (icrlaining to the
savings Kink dcp.titmcnt, I ravel postage free
and nic mailed unstamped.
It is further provided that if a depositor' ac
count foot up a certain amount, he may, if he
ir, transfer it Into government tock. Should
a depositor nukeapplication for this transfer,
he i charged with the market price of Ihe Mock
and a commission and a "certificate of invct
ment" i sent him.
Withdrawal are easily effected, and i!cos
it can lie take.i out with but little delay nt any
st-oflicc dcsiiei! ; the only step neccssaiy lie
ing to procure a warrant from the head office
at Ixindon, which will k cashed on presenta
tion with the pa-bonk at the designated post
ofiice. Il is provided by law- that the author
controlling "charitable" and "provident" socie
ties ami "penny lianks" may, on filing a copy
of their rules, be allowed to depoit consider
ably lieyond the usual limit, or even under cer
tain circumstances without restriction as to
amount. Under this law authority was given
last year to 1,533 societies to deposit their
fund in the saving bank, and a similar per
mission wa accorded lo 2&i penny liank, 151
of which were in school, where direct effort is
made by mean of circular, suggestion from
teacher, etc., to encourage habit of saving
anil self-denial. In Lonjnn alone, in the )ear
lSSl,:heum of .1,416 was deposited by
some 4,500 depositor in Ihe London-Hoard-School
Itut Ihi fatherly caie manifested by school
iKiard In the aving of their flock i emailed
by the government in it endeavors to encour
age laborers to thrift, and the result i seen in
a practice which, though most excellent in
itself, could only exist amongst the " paternal"
government of Kurope. It would justly be
considered by the American laliorcr an unwar
rantable inteiference vveie the nearest post
office lo send a clerk lo stand at his side on
uy-day and encourage him to make a deposit
then and there in the iostal saving bank j yet
Mich a practice ha lieen pursued in Kngland for
years and with ucccss.
The total amounl deposited in the postal sa
ving lank (exclusive of government tock) on
llie 3 1 st Decemlier, 1SS2, was nearly
3)i37&2lt an increase of over the previous
year's ilciosits of nearly three million sterling,
the largest annual progress ever made. The
amount of interest credited tn deiKisiters was
S91129. The average amount of each was
j2,and of each withdrawal $ 5. The daily
average of deposit was 20,235 in number and
j2,I75 in amount: and of withdrawal 6,375
in numlier, anil ,34,110 in amount. The
greatest numlier of deposit made on one day
as43,5oS, and the largest amount wa l 13,
S09. There were 7SS,S'5S account opened dii
rir.g the )ear, and 537(49- closed, leaving, on
Deceinlier 31, 18S2, 2,858,976 open accounts
Unitttt Sati Consular A'eforft.
"I don't see a this butter e get fiom the
crematory i much better than cow' butler,"
nd Mrs. Vaiicovcr one morning at the bleak
fast table. "What!" ejaculated Mr. Van
cover, excitedly. "I say I don't think the
crematory butter i a bit better than any other"
"My dear," replied Mr. Vancover, tr)ing to
calm hiinvelff "do you know what a cretnatory
i?" "No, noi unless it is where they make
oletimargariue. "Well, my love, I will in
form )ou. A crematory is a place where dead
luxbes " " O, gracious!" " A place where
dead Indie are burned tn ashes, and the ashes
camel home in a jar and stoied away among
the family aichivc. You aie thinking of a
pickle creamery, dailing, but don't for heaven'
sake evei gel on the subject again in Ihe
presence of any of our friend. Don't do It,
for my .sake, will you, love?" And the said
he would lie eternally cremated if the would.
The first Nihilist societies were formed by
Russian students about the year 1S59, and the
doctrine they adopted were chieflyrienved from
a book which i not generally supposed to hav
any Nihilist tendencies, llurlmei's "Force anil
Mailer.', Thecitnibtbinnfthivwoikln Kuuia
wat foibiddru by Ihe government, Ih.i1i wa
seciclly intrnducol into (he country, and read
with avidity by llie Utitslati youth, together with
another (ieinun uoik, bj .Max Silmer, railed
l'roperty and Ihe Individual, which had also
fallen under Ihe Ian of the Kustian cvntors.
Oul of these twu book, the formci ( which
pleached nulerkilisni ami the latter vtcialism,
the Kussiant crolvol Ihe doctrine of Nihilism,
whith they aUi profs-.! 10 find In other
pojtikir woiks, ivolably llucklo'k llistoiy of
"You wunt somrlhing lo cnl, do ) In
quiinl a man of a lame lump at the luck door
of his residence. "Ave )ou place, toi."
"Wlial nu'.lcjou lauir.f' "li w.uthe eatlh
ijuake, or." "An t-attliquake!" "Vis tor.
Ye see, I'm an llaliin. fiom thcivUn-lvof Ixhu.
an'whiu the eaithipiake tliuk up the turfacn av
ihe planet it tpiuoj me kpee, an' I'm uiuble
to Wurk, uhicli ihe tame I'd be plaseil toilo
if I wa. able." When tlu luillsli; made a
upid ejvll lluough the gate, he Wat pirvnn
by Ihe llaliin riiibquake wifitier.-I'tat
yVtCw i" r
l.llltr llhtln,,,,,) Xj,
l'rofeor "Whiihisthe more deli. jtelH
the sense1' sphomnie " The loitclt I
-"l'rnveit." " When you n on a lack.
Von ntn'l hear it t )-nu ran'l ee il t )ou can't
lle it ! )tm can't mell it 1 Iml it1 there."
" Vout proleor Ira given you tome 1 Vtnen-
taty inslrntttnn a to llirr"
"Vet) well. Wht I a transparent Ul) r"
(Silence that would reflect nodistmlit innin
n Trapplst or a denf mute.)
Well, what I a transiMient lIy? Oon't
" Of rouie I do I recollect the wind In
the Imok. A liantuient--lslv--!--! "
It' a Inlj through whkh )ou can ee
light. Now give me an example nf a tiaiu-
(siiriil txly r
" A lock ?"
" Ve. ii t you can tee light tlnout;li the
During a heuled disciiion t
"Sir, I would have ) on iindeittaml that I
do not hvite yxuit opinion ol )ourelf."
"Delii-hlrd to heat )ou .l) o--lf )oit did it
would lessen It."
"Now, Suvin, my liot, Do liuny with
them. I am uie I have calico for them 11
'Ve'm ! in a minute, 'in, I heard you,
and I thought, tnuvc you lime and trouble,
I ri button theiii for you before you put them
"What 1 Kefuse In lend a paltry X lo mc,
)oiir other self?"
"That' why. You'd never return ihe
money. I know in) self too well."
Judge" How comes it that 'you dated
break intn thi gentleman' house al Ihe dead
of night ?"
l'iioner " Why, judge, the other time you
reproaches! me for stealing in broad day. Am
I not to le allowed to work at all ?"
Severe Uxaniiner What is a mountain?'1
First Student An elevation of ground.
S. li. -Well, what do two mountains form?
F. S. -The beginning of a chain of moun
tain. S. E.--They don't; they form a valley.
You can stand down. Your ignorance would
make an idiot blush.
f 7i SnenJ SttiJtnt) What is a mountain ?
S. ,- An elevation of ground.
S. i;. Well, what ilo two mountains make?
.SS. A valley.
S. IC No, they don't ; they form the be
ginning of a chain of mountains. You are a
goose of the first water. ( ' I'littkt both.)
X. has just returned from Naples.
" Have )ou had any startling adventures?"
asks a friend.
"Not with brigand?"
"Oh, no, 1 have cheated them cleverly.
Whenever I saw a doubtful looking man I
went and asked alms of him."
Teacher. " When from anything yon take
away four limes one-fourth part, how much
Arithmetic Class. " Dunnn !"
Teacher. "Don't you understand me?
Suppose yon have an apple and cut it into four
quarters and eat them, what will be left ?"
Arithmetic Class. " The seeds, sir I"
It wa at Mrs. Simpson HendricU's table,
and Duniley was evidently mad aliout some
thing. "There they are," he whispered to
young Hrown "the same oldcanned peacheslhat
we have hail every night for six months." Pre
sently the landlady asked, "Will you have
some of the peaches, Mr. Dumley?" "No,"
be replied, as shortly a he dared, being two
week in arrears; " I never eat peaches except
in the natural stites. " " Hut these are bran
died peachcV'said Mrs. Hendricks; "some
that I have just put down." Dumley saw hi
mistake, and faltered. "No," he finally de
cided. " I won't take any peaches, but you
might give me a little of the juice." Vu'faM-
"Uennis, vvha' come o ye' las'Sunday'didn'
see)er to de chu'eh. "I was dar, Sam'l; I
passed de sasser," "Oh, dat 'counts fo' not
seeing )er. Yn see dar's been so much lieggin'
goin' on 'round ter de chu'eh of late dale now
days a man's gottcr go down putty deep ler fin'
suffin', an' I sped I muster bin down in der
Iiotiom nb my )cket brow sin' fur change when
yn' kirn along, an' course I could'n see yerfom
dar." Youtcrt Gattlte.
Hat are very playful creature, and many
vimelimes lie watched, wild ones as well as
tame, scampering alxiut andtrolling each other
over like kitten. Their half-remonstrant cry
while engaged In this mimic strife differ as
characteristically from their ordinary expression
of fight. raget or pain asdoes that of a dog, cat,
monkey, or any other animal, under like cir
cumstances. "Hut why did you leave your last place?"
asked Mrs. Ilrown. "Och, mum," replied the
)oung person, w ith a loss of her shapeless head,
"they was that mean there was no livin'wid'em,
If you'll 1h.-I.ivc it mun, 'twas only yisterday If
wml intil the pallor and there was two of the
guirul a pta)in' on one peeany, and their father
rich enough to buy a iloicn and niver fale it?".
"I,ook into mc c)es, me dailing, and tell
me )0U arc mine?" tang a smooth-faced strip
ling beneath the cottage window, one dewy eve
in June. She looked into his e)rs seven )ears
later about the time he was lowest another gill,
ami vowed to tie his unless her damaged affec
tion were poulticed up with a thick swaddling
of gieenliacks. llovv constant is woman!
On one occasion when a sailor attended a
Methodist meeting, he heard the preacher say,
"Who will go with me to Jerusalem?" There
was a solemn silence, and the question was
twice more repealed. Jack could not with
stand the Invitation any longer, so he hitched
up hli lroucrs, and said, "If nobody eUe villi
go with the gemnian, I will,"
A preacher, in Tennesse, tried tn cstabliish
a chuich in which llieie should I no mrmlwri
who use tobacco or any beverage but water,
and hi only congregation was an old women
whochrcwcsl slippery elm and believed in cat
nip tea for measles.
A Michingan paer sayst ''Ik-art are going
lo be tlnckei than grasshopper In the woods
ol Michigan, this winter." Date ay. Hears
ais geneially considerably thicker than grasv
hoppers; In fact, Ugger In every wa).
A New Jersey man, living In Colondo. drank
water in th?duk ta I swallowed a live wasp, hit
cjs-s spaiklcd, and he Imagined he was back lo
hit native Stales drinking his favorite beverage.
Yet another of these .irty tale. "Am 1
really such a duck?" she said, when the lulnter
wliii was to "acadciuiie" her thowcdthctesull
of his ht,-'iiutk.
A Peruvian, living at Milim, lusnudeaclcclc
entirely out orbrrd."And now he wants to
make bread out cf lic "clock by telling il,
1. 1 1 1 n I.
During the tut fn,ir yeatf Akanta, Florida,
Louisiana auJ Texas nave J'outlcl their rail
SIIMMUK Hi:AUIN(l 17)11 OI,D
The following comprise) the Hit of Hook
now In slock al
anil present an excellent oportiinil) for rr-
still, in the iity or on the other islands to make
election lot pireui, for llbmiy trfeieiue, or
for (ummci tradings
Abtxitt' Ilittorys to vol.
Among ihe Alp; A. T, S.
Amusements, by II. C. Ha)den, D. D.
Anny of Virginia, b) tj. II. (innlon.
After Cilow; No Name series.
Amongst M.irhlnes, by the author of The
All in llie Middle Age, by I'aitl l.aciolx.
Agtlcultuir ( liopical), b) I'. I.. Simmon.
Among Sailor, by J. li. Jewell,
Att Suggestion, b) I'aittr,
.sdventuiesol an Anierie.ui I'onsul, by I.uigi
Att in Ornament and Drc. by Chas, lllane,
Alt in Japan, by J. J. Jarvi.
American Shepherd, by Morrcil.
Architecture for Students, by lloiion.
Atchitcctuie, by Hu).
Apptc Hlossom, by Datnc and Don HoiHlale.
Akcil oftiml, by Anna Sliipton.
Art and Artists in Connecticut, by II. W,
American Ho)' Handy Hook, by D.l Heard.
Ancient Manner; (olio III.
i1"op' Fable, by Mary Ciodolphin.
Africa Past and l'reeiil, by an OM Kesidcnt.
Astronomy, by llutr.
Almost a Man, by S, Anna Frost.
America- Illustrated, b) J. David Williams.
Art of Correspondence, by I.ocke.
Art of Reading, by Until
Hand of Six, by Mrs. M. V llerry.
Hook of the Chapter, by Markcy.
Hy the Tilier.
I!ct Hcdroom, Mrs. Hurton's, by dilTcient au
thor. Ikxlle) Abroad.
llkiind, by K. I). Joyce.
Hide a Wee, by Mary J. MacCull.
Daby Hue; No Name series.
Hitler Sweet, by J. 0 Holland.
Hoys of ';6, by Cha. C. Coffin.
Hell and Spur.
llatllctt's 1-antiIi.ir Quotations.
Hoothe, Life of, by Mrs. Clark.
Hohcmian, The, by Chas. DcKay.
Helle of Australia, by W. II. Thome.
Bedtime Stories, by L. C. Moulton.
Huilding of a Hrain, by Clark.
liible Theology and MiKtern Thought, by
Itrcton Folk, by Illackburn and Culdccott.
Heautiful Thoughts from foreign authors; 5 vol
Ilirthday Hooks, by l'merson, Ijiwell, etc.
Hookkecping ISry-nut & Stratton's.
lleyoml the Gates, by Klizabcth Stuart Phelps.
Common Objects of the Microscope, by
Wood. Chevalier I.a Salle, by Abbott.
Christopher Columbus, by Abbott.
Champions of Reformation, by Janet (loidon.
Christinas Jack, by L'. A. Kami.
Crescent and Cross.
Children ol the Ablicy, by Kegina Mirla
Crusoe in New York, by K. K. I late.
Co-operation as a Husiness, by Harnard.
Confessions of a Clarionet Player, by Cliatrian.
Charity, Sweet Charit), by Koss Porter.
Cross Patch, by Susan Cootidge.
Castle Hlair, by Flora L. Shaw.
Character Sketches, by Maclrnl.
Couqiensation, by Celu 1-'. Ganluer. ,
Cabinet Makers' Companion, by J. Stoke.
Crimea, Invasion of, by A. W. Ktngljke.
Creation anil Development of Man, by
Conversation, Handbook of, by IVabody.
Canterbury Chimes, by Sloir ami Turner.
Clover Peach, b) Yanilegrift,
Ceramic Att, by Jennie J. Young.
C)prus, by Von Lohcr ami Mrs. Joyner.
Cyclopetlia of Quotations, by Ilojt and Ward
Concordance to the Holy Scriptures.
Commonplace Hook to the Holy Hible, by
Christus, by Longfellow.
Commonsense in the Household, by Marian
Carquinez Wood, by Hret Harte.
Christian's Secret of a I Iappy Life, by II.W'.S.
Daughters of America, by Mrs. S. A Wheeler.
Daughters of the Cross.
Deinlre; No Name series.
Danbury Hoom, by llailey.
Dr. Matthews, by Cliatrian.
Double Knnner Club, by Schillalier.
Dramatic Woiks by Moliere, Iran, by Wall.
Doubleitay's Childien, by Duttnn t'ook.
Domestic Practice, by Morgan, M. D.
Dickens' conipte works; 25 vols,-
Don John; No Name series.
Desired Haven; author of Changed Cross.
Dr. Gilbert's Daughters, by Maigaiet II.
Den Quixote; from the Siianish.
Dotty I hmj!c series; 6 vols.
Doctrine of Future Life, by Wm. K. Alger.
Enlisted for Life, by Mrs. Fannie It. Fendge.
Ethel's PcarU; Am. Tract Society.
Each and All.
Essay by Senega.
Eighteenth Centuiy, by Paul Lacroix.
English Literature, History of, by Collier.
Euioean Hreexcs, by Margery Dcane.
Embroidery, Handbook of, by L. Iliggin.
Engraving, Hints on, by W. J. Linton.
English Synon)ms, by Crablie.
Excelsior, by Ixngfcllow.
Evangeline, by I,oiigfcllow,
Fenlinand Dc Soto, by I. C. Abboll.
Frolic at Maple Grove, by Mr. M. F. Ilutts.
Frolic at the Seaside, by Airs. II. F, llutls.
Frolic on a Journey, by Mrs. M. F. Ilutts.
Footprints of Vanished Race, by Cnnant.
Friend Frill, by Chatmu.
Kotbidden Ijnd, by Opert.
Freedom of Faith, by Munger.
Farmer's Hoy, by KoK-rl Illoomfielil.
Fire Fountains, by Mis Gordon Cununing,2v
Flfine, by Houghton.
Forestvillc Sheaves, by Trowbridge,
Fielding' works: 4 vol.
Familiar Wild Flowers; 3 vols.; by llulme.
Familiar Quotations, bv Harriett.
Forest, Life of, by L. llurrett.
Golden Slate (illustrated), by McClellan.
Great Match; No Name series,
Gemini; No Name series.
Grandmamma Pockets, by Mrs. S. C. Hall.
Geological Sketches, by Agassic.
Good Fight of Faith, by C. J. G.
God's. Word Man's Uchl.
God's Acre Heautiful, by W. Kobi
Gray'B Elcgy-ixKin, by Thus. Gr
Genevieve of Urabant, by Mrs, Clus. Willing.
viuiue 10 mc racmc v. oast, iiancroii .
German phrase Hook.
Garfield's Works; 2 vols.; eihleil liy II. A.
Gift or Gentians, by May , Smith,
(jolden Chersonese, by Misx Hud.
Games and Songs of American Childien.
Gems of pen All, by Know-lion.
sivios 110111 iiavrrgai,
llistoiy if the United Stales, Fiiul's,
Heroes of Charily, by James C0I1I1.
Hours with GiiU, by Sangstcr.
llistoiy of English IVople. GiVeuV
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History of Centennial Exhibition, by James 1).
Ilapp) Thoughts, by F. C. liuinanri.
Henry Willa!.!. '
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Ilftlf Century, by SsvlhIin.
IlMtor, hy flora I Shaw,
HnnrM ami l!rnBt, by PmrWI,
lloiifrhnUI nf Sir Thontii Moorrv
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Il0)l' name, b) Trum,
llaswrll'a Engineer' PockM-ltnnk.
tlisttiiy of a H.mk, by Annie Crtrey.
Ilis'oryof Fnglaml, Knight'.
I Inly Gospel (illuliatnl), hy HmtKinn, Hob
ton nnii William.
uiflp I lairv ti- f'h
Ilamlsomp Hairy, by Cheslfr.
Homier School Ikiy, by EggteMntt.
llAtnl ton' Woiks. fillliett.
llistoiy of Arch, ami (iinKtrpie In Ail, by
Illlnty of the Unlinl Stale, Cmntct by
Her llcliiir; No Name trie.
Into llie Light; A Story fo To ihty.
It That All? No iN'rtme serlrn.
Insertlvormi Plant, by Daiwht,
liht or. the Op.il King, by TnuimJ.
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Jefn-rswin, Life or, by Win. Winter.
Jem Morrison, bv Mt. Iwnnli
King' Secret, The. by Hrnglie.
Ktttiirt; No Name eili.
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Kathrimi, by . G. Ilotland.
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Little Soldiers, by Kosalia Clt.i),
Lenore Trial, A. T. S.
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Life of Geo. ricknor, Uttifr ami Joiifilat.
Life nnc1 W'oik of Gilbert Stuart, liy Geo, ('
I.ippincotl's Pionouncihg (iarctteer.
Life of Dickens, b) lorttcr.
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Life of A.unti Hurr.
Love Letter, by North.
Literature and Literary Men, by Mills.
I-ady's Life in Itocky Mountains, by Miss llird.
Letter to Fannie Hrown, by Keats,
Leave from the Diary of an Old I jwyer, by
Lessing' l.aocoou, trans, by Frnthinglnm.
Letter Wtiter, by Welislir.
Lecture on New Testament, different author.
Lucile, by Meredith,
Life of Christ, by I'nrrar; 2 vol.
Iidy of the Like, and Itnwitt.
Iilla Hookh, by Thos. Mooir.
Life in Hawaii, by Titus Coan.
Living Page from many Agcs.byMaiy I Held.
Leaves from a Finished Pastorate, by A, L.
Little People of the Snow, by W. C. Ihynnt.
Irfivcrsof Province, b) A. Ilida.
I jy of the Hells, by Schiller.
Miles Standish, by Abbott.
Marie Manning, by Hitter Sweet.
Model Homes, by I'allisler.
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Masque of Poets; No Name scries.
Mirage; No Name scries.
Mercy I'hithrick's Choice; No Name series.
Molhe's Christmas Stocking, by M. II. S.
Modern Mephistophelcs; No Name series.
Many Thought of ManvjMiiuls,by Southgate.
Jlcn Worth Imitating, by Gintcr.
Mechanics, by Tule.
Myths of Middle Age.
Moon Folks, by Austin.
Mrs. Over-the-way's Remembrances, by Mr.
Mips of California and Nevada, Bancroft's;.
Michael Angelo, by Longfellow.
Miracle in Stone, by Seiss.
Moon, by Proctor.
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Manuela I'aredcs, No Name series.
Modern Doubt and Christian Helicf,l Christ
Maliel Martin, by Whittler.
Mildred's Married Life, by Martin I'inley.
Mi. Stubb's brother, by James Otis.
My' King, by F. It. llavergal.
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.VI. V. u. II.
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Projection, by Davidson. '
Prince Deucalion, by llajlrd Taylor.
Pleasure of Msinor), by Samuel Itogers. ,
Pastoral Days, by Gibson.
Painting in Neutial Tint.
Proximate Organic, Analysis of
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Promise and Promise, by Anna Shipton,
Presence of Christ, by ThoroM,
Poems, by Herman, llurns, Thompson, Tho.
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Romance of ihe Harem, by Lcnnnwcnri.
Heading Club, by llakcr.
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Kite and Fall of the Confederate Govrrnnienl,
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Scs-ne in Hawaii, by Mjry l AndriMu),
Scetching from Natuir. by lVnley,
Samly's Faith, by L)dta L House.
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Si lky, by .Mary E. Hemiett,
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Sugar Cane in Au-.ti.1lu, by Alakay;r
Secret of Slices in Ufe, by Frmllay.
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Six of One, Half-IWu of Ihe Other, by sis
Science and Christian Thought, by John iUiw,
Stories of (he Khlnr, b) Cliatrian.
Shier and Saint, by Sophy H"mi4,roi,
Sandford ami Mellon, by Thrunas Day,
Science in ihe Middle Age, b) Paul IjcioU,
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Srakrri llarvly, by Hakir,
Sliakoiejie Heading ltools, liy Uiwcn.
ShakesJKurc ConciMilaiu-t, by MJiy QouUrii
Saxon Studies, by Julian Hawthorn.
M-rjning Slar by I
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Mefiinriil of Mrs.
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Drenm t hlMtni.
Melnxiranil M.ultt of Painting, by Itadctiuc.
Sluslettt of Mytholngy, liy Whit.
Mummer In the Country, by Aimer IVrk.
Sonj!, 'sacrril and Devotional, b) Foster,
MflKntiei No Names wile.
5ariiu' t'onertt, by Stribnrr,
Serret Power, b) I). I,. Moody.
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Stmni of Life, by Slietton.
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Stories of Adventure, by E. li. Dale.
Sine Mercies of Ditid, by Anita Shtplon.
Srerel ol the tittl, by Annie Shiplmt,
School Ikiy, by Holme.
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Sliiry of Ruth.
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tjtoira and Pastime, by fiiiwrll.
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Thmrght of Matru Anteiltis by Long.
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Thought of the Holy Grnjiel, li) Uph.im.
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'I hroiigh Hible Iindt, by SthalT.
Trnipml to Unbelief, by lluir.
Twice fold Tale, b) Hawthorne.
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Two Yen AKtll the Mat, b) Sjinorisiin.
'PobyTjler, by James) oil.
Ttaiel In South Remington, by Convva).
Twelve Things Tint We Know,
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Tangle Wood Tale, by Hawthorne.
Mhuiny Path, A, by Suction.
Tar' Window; No Name series,
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Vie' Dictionary of Art and Manufacture; 2
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What Girls Can Do, by Phillis Hrowne.
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