The Beleaguered forest.
By Elia W. PEATTIE. 12mo. Cloth, $1.50.
Forest’ is not a novel—it is a romance;
not a romance—it is a poem.”—Chicago Post.
A Story of American Politics. By Walter Barr. 12mo. Cloth, $1.50.
“As a picture
of American political life and possibilities it is
wonderfully vivid and truthful.”—Brooklyn Eagle.
By Maxwell gray, author of “The Silence of Dean Maitland.” 12mo. Cloth, $1.00; paper, 50 cents.
“An honest piece
of work by a story-teller who knows her trade
thoroughly.... It is a book which ought to be in every
hammock.”—Pittsburg Commercial Gazette.
A WOMAN ALONE.
By Mrs. W.K. Clifford, author of “Love Letters of a Worldly Woman.” 12mo. Cloth, $1.00; paper, 50 cents.
is an adroit writer, whose knowledge of the world
and whose brilliancy have not destroyed in her a simple tenderness
to which every sensitive reader must respond.”—Chicago Tribune.
Mills of god.
By Elinor MACARTNEY Lane. Illustrated. 12mo. Cloth, $1.50.
“It is a good novel in comparison with even the best in current American fiction. Its author, in this her maiden effort, easily takes her place among the Churchills and the Johnstons and the Runkles.”—New York Herald.
THE SEAL OF SILENCE.
By ARTHUR R. CONDER. 12mo. Cloth, $1.00; paper, 50 cents.
“A novel of marked originality, of extraordinary strength.... I recommend this very dramatic and exciting story, with its quaint love interest and its dry, quiet humor, to all lovers of a good story capitally conceived and happily told.”—GEORGE S. GOODWIN, in Philadelphia Item.
THE MAN WHO KNEW BETTER.
By T. GALLON, author of “Tatterley,” etc. Illustrated by Gordon Browne. 8vo. Cloth, $1.50.
“The best Christmas
story that has appeared since the death of
Charles Dickens.... It is an admirably written story, and merits
warm welcome and broad recognition.”—Baltimore Sun.
UNDER THE SKYLIGHTS.
By HENRY B. FULLER, author of “The Chevalier
“The Cliff Dwellers,” etc. 12mo. Deckle edge, gilt top, $1.50.
The charming humor, delightful flavor, and refined quality of Mr. Fuller’s work impart a peculiar zest to this subtly satirical picture of the extraordinary vicissitudes of arts and letters in a Western metropolis.
THE APOSTLES OF THE SOUTHEAST.