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TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
No. 1.
 


CATALOGUE

OF

TITLE-ENTRIES

OF

BOOKS AND OTHER ARTICLES

ENTERED IN THE


OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS,

AT

WASHINGTON

UNDER

THE COPYRIGHT LAW.

FROM

July 1 to July 11, 1891, inclusive, wherein the copyright has been
completed by the deposit of two copies in the office.


WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
1891.

Treasury Department.
Office of the Secretary,
Division of Stationery, Printing, and Blanks.

BOOKS.
Titles. Proprietors.
Boyd's Directory of Shamokin. 1891–1893. W. H. Boyd,

Reading, Pa.

Robert Carter: His Life and Work. 1807–1889. A. D. F. Randolph & Co.,

New York.

In Memoriam. Faded, and other poems. Maria Wood Jefferis,

Philadelphia.

Chambers' Encyclopaedia. New Ed., Vol 3. J. B. Lippincott Co.,

Philadelphia.

Steam: It's Generation and Use. 24th Ed. Babcock & Wilcox,

New York.

Authoritative Christianity. Tr. by James Chrystal. James Chrystal,

Jersey City, N. J.

Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. Report of Progress. F2. 1863–1889. William A. Ingham,

Harrisburg, Pa.

The Key-Note. By Wm. B. Bradbury. Mrs. Ada E. Taylor,

New York.

William Ewart Gladstone. By Geo. W. E. Russell. Harper & Brothers,

New York.

Boston Photo-Gravures. Charles Pollock,

Boston.

Guide Franco-Americain. 3e année. Publié par J.Roussel. Jules Roussel,

New York.

A Romance of the Moors. By Mona Caird. [Leisure Moment Series.] Henry Holt & Co.,

New York.

Official Northern Pacific Railroad Guide. W.C. Riley,

St Paul, Minn.

Construction and Use of Universal and Plain Grinding Machines as made by Brown & Sharpe M'f'g Co. Brown and Sharpe M'f'g Co.,

Providence, R.I.

Supplementary Notes to 3d ed. of the Ice Age in North America. By G. Fred'k Wright. D. Appleton & Co.,

New York.

A Government Text-Book for Iowa Schools. Revised ed. By Jesse Maey. Jesse Maey,

Boston.

Telegraphic Code. Property of the Elgin Butter Co. Elgin Butter Co.,

Elgin Ill.

Seven lessons in the Elements of Bookeeping without a Teacher. Pt 2. By E. D. Harris. E. D. Harris,

Lincoln, Nebr.

Amberg's Dvisions for 1240 page Index. Wm. A. Amberg,

Chicago.

Compend of Anatomy and Physiology. By M. C. Tiers. Fowler & Wells,

New York.

Mind is Matter. by William Henstreet. Fowler & Wells Co.,

New York.

The Rand-McNally Official Railway Guide. July, 1891. American Rail'y Gude Co.,

Chichago, Ill.

Creamerymen's Chipping Book. Arranged by M. E. Dillie. M. E. Dille,

Chicago, Ill.

The Little Book "I.T." By William I. Hood. William I. Hood,

Akrou, Ohio.

Souvenir zum Saengerfest. 8–12 Juli, (illegible text)891. Gweidmet von Pabst Brewing Company. Hake & Stiru Printing Co.,

Milwauke, Wis.

"What Does, What Knows, What Is." An address by Hiram Corson. LL. D. Hiram Corson,

Philadeplphia.

Savings Stamps Book. S. T. Williams,

Detroit, Mich.

Deposit Stamp Book. S. T. Williams,

Detroit, Mich.

Educational Stamp Book. S. T. William,

Detroit, Mich.

Rules and Directions for Metal Hipped Skylight Work. By William Nenbecker. William Nenbecker,

New York.

United Slates Reports. Vol. 140, Part I. Banks & Brothers,

New York.

The Laughable and Amusing Game of Kyoko. Barnett & Co.,

Brooklyn, N. Y.

Our Athletes in London. James Gordon Bennett,

New York.

Souvenir of Kankakee, Ill. I. W. Powell,

Kankakee, Ill.

Views of Watch Hill, R. I. By W. B. Davidson. W. B. Davidson.

Westerly, R. I.

Beadle's Pocket Library. July 8, 1891 Beadle & Adams,

New York.

Beadle's Half-Dime Library. July 7, 1891 Beadle & Adams,

New York.

Beadle's Popular Library. July 8, 1891 Beadle & Adams,

New York.

Beadle's Dime Library. July 8, 1891 Beadle & Adams,

New York.

The Adirondacks. 21st ed. By S. R. Stoddard S. R. Stoddard,

Glens Falls, N. Y.

Travelers' Ready Reference Guide. July, 1891. Knickerbocker Guide Co.,

New York.

John Norton's Thanksgiving Party [etc.]. By W. H. H. Murray. [Note. Cover title Adirondack Tales.] F. M. Murray,

Boston.

The Story of Reine. From the French. By Mrs. J. W. Davis. Roberts Bros.,

Boston.

The Mystery of the Woods, and The Man Who Missed It. By W. H. H. Murray. De Wolfe, Fiske & Co.,

Boston.

Hand-book of Railroad Securities. July, 1891. Wm. B. Dana & Co.,

New York.

An Ideal Kitchen. American Press Association.
An Odd Dwelling. American Press Association.
A Model Tenement. American Press Association.
A House for $800. American Press Association.
Here is a Handsome House. American Press Association.
A Ten-Room Frame House. American Press Association.
Bourke Cochran's Delight. Bacheller & Johnson.
Why Gould Left Home. Bacheller & Johnson.
Not on the Bills. Bacheller & Johnson.
Housekeeping on Wheels. Bacheller & Johnson.
Pluck against Luck. James W. Johnson.
"Depewed" Noses the Rage. James W. Johnson.
Turned Out to Grass. James W. Johnson.
While July Days Begin Bacheller & Johnson.
Gay Carrie Careless. James W. Johnson.
Good Days at Vassar. Bacheller & Johnson.
The Woman of Fashion. James W. Johnson.
Hagerstown Town and Country Almanac. 1892. J. Gruber,

Hagerstown, Md.

THe Prichard-Smith Fight. The Sun Print, & Pub. Co.,

New York.

The Cherry Diamonds in London. The Sun Print. & Pub. Co.,

New York.

Sporting Forecasts, Brighton Beach. The Sporting World Co.,

New York.

Abram Cox Stove Co. Abram Cox Stove Co.,

Philadelphia,

Some Interesting Facts Concerning Installment Bonds. David Jennings.
Tony Pastor's Songs. Frank Harding,

New York.

Self-Instructor for Bow-Zither. By Franz Wagner. Lyon & Healy,

Chicago.

New School for the Viola or Tenor Violin. By A. Brunner. Lyon & Healy,

Chicago.

Eddystone. Opera in 3 acts. Music by A. Wallnofer. Breitkopf & Hartel.

New York.

PERIODICALS
Forest and Stream. July 2 and 9, 1891. Forest and Stream Publishing Company,

New York.

Harper's Weekly. July 4 and 11, 1891. Harper & Brothers,

New York.

The Electrical World. July 4 and 11 1891. The W.J. Johnston Company (Lim.),

New York.

St. Louis daily Market Reporter. July 1 to 8, 1891. Patrick J. J. O'Connor,

St. Louis.

The Village Magazine. July, 1891. R. Hamilton,

New York.

The Ave Maria. July 4 and 11, 1891. Rev. Daniel E. Hudson,

Notre Dame, Ind.

The Business Woman's Journal. July, 1891. Mary F. Seymour,

New York.

National Police Gazette. July 11 and 1891. Richard K. Fox,

New York.

Shoe and Leather Reporter. July 1 and 8, 1891. Shoe and Leather Reporter,

New York. [etc.].

Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review. July 1 and 8, 1891. The Jewelers' Circular Publishing Co.,

New York.

The Household. July, 1891. The Household Company,

Brattleboro, Vt.

The American Rural Home. July 4 and 11, 1891. The Rural Home Company (Limited),

Chicago, Ill.

The Illustrated Christian Weekly. July 4 and 11, 1891. Ernest Young, jr.,

New York.

The Yankee Blade.July 4 and 11, 1891. Potter & Potter,

Boston.

The Argosy. July 11 and 18, 1891. Frank A. Munsey,

New York.

Farm and Home (eastern ed.). July 1 and 15, 1891. The Phelps Publishing Co.,

Chicago, Ill.

Good News. July 18 and 25, 1891. Street & Smith,

New York.

Street & Smith's New York Weekly. July 18 and 25, 1891. Street & Smith,

New York

Scientific American. July 4 and 11, 1891. Munn & Co.,

New York.

Fanciers' Journal, July 4 and 11, 1891. Fanciers' Publishing Co.,

Philadelphia

The Boys of New York. July 18 and 25, 1891. Frank Tonsey,

New York,

Medical Record. July 4 and 11, 1891. William Wood & Co.,

New York.

The Sporting Life. July 4 and 11, 1891. The Sporting Life Publishing Co.,

Philadelphia

The School Journal, July 4 and 11, 1891. E. L. Kellogy & Co.,

New York and Chicago.

Western Electrician, July 4 and 11, 1891. Electrician Publishing Co.,

Chicago

Garden and forest. July 1 and 8, 1891. Garden and Forest Publishing Company,

Now York,

The American Florist, July 9 and 9, 1891. American Florist Co.,

Chicago

The Jewelers' Weekly. July 1 and 8, 1891. The Jewelers' Weekly Pub. Co.,

New York.

Home and Farm. July 1 and 15, 1891. Home and Farm Pub. Co.,

Louisville, Ky

The American Field. July 4 and 11, 1891. American Field Pub. Co.,

New York and Chicago.

Archives of Pediatrics. July, 1891. J. B. Lippincott Co.,

Philadelphia

What For? A quarterly. July, 1891. Fielding Brothers,

New York.

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle. July 4, 1891. William B. Dana & Co.,

New York.

Harper's Bazar. July 18 and 25, 1891. Harper & Brothers,

New York,

The Christian Union. July 4 and 11, 1891. Christian Union Company,

New York,

The New Nation. July 4 and 11, 1891. Edward Bellamy,

Boston.

Special-Kabeldepeschen. July 1 to 10, 1891. New York Staats-Zeitung,

New York.

Golden Days. July 11 and 18, 1891. James Elverson,

Philadelphia

Saturday Night. July 18 and 25, 1891. James Elverson,

Philadelphia.

The Banner Weekly. July 18 and 25, 1891. Beadle & Adams,

New York

Demorest's Family Magazine August, 1891. W. Jennings Demorest,

New York.

The Scholar's Magazine. August, 1891. Sunday School Times,

Philadelphia

Lend a Hand. July, 1891. J. Stilman Smith & Co.,

Boston.

Our Day. July, 1891. Our Day Publishing Co.,

Boston

The Photo-American Review, July, 1891. Harry C. Jones,

New York.

The Home Guard. July, 1891. E. J. Smith,

Providence, RI.

Modes and Fabrics. July, 1891. H. W. MacLellan,

New York

Dickerman's United States Treasury Counterfeit Detector. July, 1891. W. Dickerman,

New York.

The Haberdasher. July, 1891. Joxeph W. Gilson,

New York

MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS.
Dick the Penman Sehottische. Music by C. L. Lewis. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Farewell to the Village. Arranged by L. Schehlmaun: music by H. Hofmnann. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Serenade. Words by R. (illegible text). Stoddard; music by T. J. Smith. T. J. Smith.
Dream on, Lillie. Words by H. L. Frisbie; music by George F. Root. G. F. Root.
Oh, Come You from the Battle-Field. Music by G. F. Root. George F. Root
Will You Come to Meet Me, Darling? Words by F. A. Baker; music by G. F. Root. George F. Root
Just Before the Battle, Mother. Music by G. F. Root. George F. Root.
Within the Sound of the Enemy's Guns. Music by G. F. Root. George F. Root.
Mennett. Music by H. Harthan; Op. 33, No. 4. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Gavotte. Music by H. Harthan; Op. 23, No. 3. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

March of the Dolls. Music by H. Harthan: Op. 23, No. 1. The John Church Co.,

Cincinatti.

Evening Shadows. Words by G. F. Lymal; music by A. H. Lyman. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Valse Mignonue. Music by H. Harthan; Op. 23, No. 5. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Jubilate Deo. Music by H. W. B. Barnes. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Rondo. Music by Winthrop. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Barcarolle. Music by Winthrop. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Capriccio. Music by Winthrop. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati

Galop. Music by Winthrop. The John Church Co.,

Cincinnati.

Lassie Queenie. Music by H. M. Justice; arranged by S. Horsfeld. Herbert M. Justice,

Philadelphia

Karina Schottische. Music by Julius Oettl; arranged by L. B. Douglass. L. Budd Rosenberg,

San Francisco.

Unforgotten. Music by T. B. Bishop; arranged by L. B. Douglass. L. Budd Rosenberg,

San Francisco.

R. S. V. P. Schottische. Music by T. H. Northrup. L. Budd Rosenberg,

San Francisco.

Alliance March. Music by J. Oettl. L. Budd Rosenberg,

San Francisco.

Napo' Danza Musie by J. Oettl. L. Budd Rosenberg,

San Francisco.

Enelintment Schottische. Music by S. Neumann; arranged by L. B. Douglass. L. Budd Rosenberg,

San Francisco.

Crème de la Creme. Arranged by L. P. Lanredeau. Macé Gay,

Brockton, Mass.

Mme. Angot Waltz. Arranged by C. G. Ransom. National Music Company,

Chicago

Santiago Waltz. Arrangel by C. G. Ransom. National Music Company,

Chicago.

Ned's Farewell. Words lvy R. J. Domnolly; music by M. H. Rosenfeld. R. J. Donnolly.
In Heavenly Love Abiding. Words by A. L. Waring; music by A. E. Harris. A. E. Harris.
Minnetto No. 1. Music by C. Carmiencke. Jos. Moes,

Brooklyn.

Plantation Fancies. Music by J. Moes. Jos. Moes,

Brooklyn.

Airs from the Operas. Arranged by J. C. White. J. Carus White
Sea Breeze Waltzes. Music by I. A. Oppenheim. I. A. Oppenheim,

Baltimore.

PHOTOGRAPHS
1492---New World's Gate 1892 Louis de Smidt.
N. Y. State Camp of Instruction. Edw. Mauser.
View of Northwest Comer of Gen. Grant's Missouri Log Cabin. Edward Joy.
View of the Stairway in Gen. Grant's Missouri Log Cabin. Edward Joy.
View of the Northwest Corner of Gen. Grant's Missouri Log Cabin. Edward Joy.
View of the Northwest Corner of Gen. Grant's Missouri Log Cabin. Edward Joy
LITHOGRAPHS
Fashion Plate. Sackett & Willielmus Litho.Co.
Ticonderoga, N.Y. Burleigh Lithographing Establishment.
Season of 1891–92 (fashion plate). Suckett & Wilhelms Litho. Co.
ENGRAVINGS.
Titles. Proprietors.
Garfield Memorial, Lake View Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio. A. N. Stowell.
"Janet". C. Klackner.
"Stool of Repentance". C. Klackner.
"Cupid's Conquest". C. Klackner
"Little Dick Turpin". C. Klackner
CHROMO
Heroes of the War (Porter and Sherman). Stecher Litho. Co.