L. C. PAGE' sr COMPANXrS
THE RIVAL CAMPERS ASHORE
By RUEL PERLEY SMITH.
Square 12mo, cloth decorative, illustrated . - 1.50
" As interesting ashore as when afloat." - The Interior.
THE RIVAL CAMPERS AMONG THE
OYSTER PIRATES; OR, JACK HARIEY's ADVEN-
TURES. By RUEL PERLEY SMITH. Illustrated . 1.5 0
"Just the type of book which is most popular with ladls
who are in their early teens." - Tue Philadelphia Item.
PRISONERS OF FORTUNE: A Tale of the Mas-
sachusetts Bay Colony By RUEL PERLEY SMITH.
Cloth decorative, with a colored frontispiece . .1.50
" There is an atmosphere of old New England in the
book, the humor of the born raconteur about the hero,
who tells his story with the gravity of a preacher, but with
a solemn humor that is irresistible." - Courier-Journal.
FAMOUS CAVALRY LEADERS. By CHARLES II.
Large 12mo, With 24 illustrations . . 1.50
Biographical sketches, with interesting anecdotes and
reminiscences of the heroes of history who were leaders
" More of such hooks should he written, books that
acquaint young readers with historical personages in a
pleasant informal way."- N. 1'. Sun.
FAMOUS INDIAN CHIEFS. By CHARLES H. L.
Targe 12mo, illustrated . . . . 1.50
In this )ook MNr. Johnston gives interesting sketches of
the Indian braves who have figured with prominence in
the history of our own land, including Powhatan, the
In(lian ('asar; Massasoit, the friend of the Puritans;
Pontiac, the red Napoleon: Teeumsd, the famous war
chief of the Shawnees; Sitting Blil, the famous war chief
of the Sioux; Geronimo, the renovrneo Spacne Chief, etc.,