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and Patrick Farrelly, and each of them, their and each of their attorneys, agents, clerks, servants, workmen, and the officers, agents, attorneys, clerks, servants, workmen of said corporation, and any and all persons claiming or holding under or through them, or either of them, to desist from printing, stamping, marking, attaching, or affixing said name or word “* CHATTERBOOK in or upon books of a juvenile character of the general appearance, style, and manner of cover and styles of printing which are upo complainants’ said books, referred to in the Billof Complaint filed in this suit, and from simulating the appearance and style of printing of the complainants’ Chatterbox,” and from selling, offering for sale, and from presenting to the public juvenile publica tions, printed in such style and in such manner as to lead the public to believe that t are the publications of the complainants.

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The pretence of Esres & Laurtar that they have obtained the injunction of the United States Circuit Court against any publication with the word “Chatterbox” has imposed upon the public long enough.

The injunction they did obtain was in these words: “It is also further adjudged and decreed that a perpetual injunction be issued in this suit against the said defendants, BELFORD, CLARKE & CO., re- straining them, . .°. their servants, . . . and all persons claiming or holding under or through them, or either of them, from it is printing, stamping, marking, attaching, or afhxing said name or word = ‘Chatterbox’ in or upon books of a juvenile character OF THE - GENERAL APPEARANCE, STYLE, AND MANNER OF | COVER AND STYLE OF PRINTING WHICH ARE UPON and. fF THE COMPLAINANTS’ SAID BOOKS, . . . and from Hon, simulating the appearance and style of printing of the complainants’ ‘Chatterbox ;’ and from selling, offering for sale, and from presenting to the public juvenile publications printed IN SUCH STYLE, and with the use of the title ‘Chatterbox,’ IN SUCH MANNER as to lead the "the public to believe that they are the publications of the complainants.” 1po Precisely the same injunction was granted against FRANK LEs.LIg,

nd no other or different one has ever been obtained by them.

| My books do not resemble in any of the respects mentioned ih s . the publications of Esres & LAurRIAT.

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erks, in their suit against me :

rbid- Cross-Interrogatory No. 22 Was not the REPRINT of the “Chatterbox” of 1878 MADE BY YOU in a form CALCULATED TO DECEIVE THE PUBLIC? Ans, Upon reflection I should say it undoubtedly was. Cross-Int. 228. And was so intended ? s Ans, YES. . a

Judge Wallace on January 5, 1885, refused to grant any injune

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ther See his opinion in 22 Federal Reporter, p. 823.

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a D1.50. Drewry, Edith S. Baptized with a curse : a ro- mance. N. Y., Norman L. Munro, [1886.] 24


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Dukes, Edwin Joshua. Along river and road in Fuh-Kien, China; with map and il. from sketches by the author. N. Y., American Tract Soc., [1886.] 348 p. D. cl., $1.25.

(he endeavor has not been to represent China from the special point of view of the politician, merchant, or mis- sionary, but simply to describe the scenes of daily life as they appear to one moving to and froamong them. The hapters are mostly compiled from notes made when trav- ing upon mission journeys and from letters written to iriends in England. The author thinks that in a few years the ‘* Chinese question * will become a great interna- tional problem, which it will need all the wisdom of West- ern countries to solve.


“Eaton, D.C. Beautiful ferns ; containing ten colored plates of American ferns ; from draw- ings by C. E. Faxon and J. H. Emerton ; text by Prof. D. C. Eaton. Bost., Estes & Lauriat, 1885. Q. cl., $3.75.

Finley, Martha F., [‘ Martha Farquharson.” | he thorn in the nest. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., [1886.] 5-305 p., $1.25. he scene alternates from the interior of Pennsylvania

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J. A. Short lectures to electrical ar- tisans;

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Forrest, R. E. The touchstone of peril : a novel

of Anglo-Indian life, with scenes during the

mutiny. N. Y., Harper, 1886. 70 p. Q. (Har-

per’s Franklin sq. lib., no. 547.) pap., 20 ¢.

The author has the advantage of personal familiarity with the materials of which his novel is built up. The characters are natural and life-like. People are possibly a little tired of stories of the Indian mutiny, but when we once get started in this the interest is sustained without any lapses and the author has love-scenes, battle-scenes, tournaments enough for another story.

Foster, C: Bible pictures and what they teach us. N. Y., Ward & Drummond, [1886.] 232 sq. O. cl., $1.50.

More than three hundred pictures from the Bible will be found inthis volume. A short explanation accompa- nies each one. In preparing these the writer has endeav- ored to make them simple enough for little children to un- derstand, and at the same time sufficiently interesting to hold their attention, By the author of the‘ Story of the Bible.”

*Fothergill, J. Milner, 47.). The-will power ; its range in action. N. Y., Ja. Pott & Co., 1886. 184 p. D. cl., $1.25.

*Ginn, F. B., avd Coady, Ida A. Combined num- ber and language lessons; containing eight hundred oral and written lessons. /vachers’ ed. Bost., Ginn & Co., 1886. 157 p., 55 ¢.

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Girl’s(A) room ; with plans and designs for work upstairs and down and entertainments for her- seif and friends ; by some friends of the girls.

3ost., D. Lothrop & Co., [1886.] 5-236 p. il.

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A practical book of instruction for girls, teaching them agreeable ways of making their rooms and homes pretty without much expense, how to darn and mend, how to amuse themselves in a healthful, enjoyable way. The chapters on keeping a journal ; on herbariums ; on scrap- books: on Sir Walter Scott’s idea; on dolls’ mittens, etc., are thoroughly adapted to a girl's characteristic tastes. The * friends of the girls ** have done their work with en- thusiasm.

Goebel, Julius. Zur deutschen frage in Amerika: ein wort iiber schule, seminar und schulverein. N. Y., B. Westermann & Co., 1886. 4+ 19 p. S. pap., 15 c.

An argument to preserve the German language among the German immigrants and their descendants, and to es- tablish a thorough educational system.

Good things (The) of Zife; third ser. N. Y., White, Stokes & Allen, 1886. 64 p. obl. D. cl., $2.50.

Each page is a cartoon from 17/¢, withthe text beneath it. The designs are all extremely amusing, being hits mostly at society weaknesses and follies.

*Griffiths, Arthur. Memorials of Millbank, and chapters in prison history ; il. by R. Goff and the author. MNewed. Phil., J. B. Lippincott Co., 1886. O. cl., $4.50.

Haggard, H. Rider. King Solomon’s mines. N. Y., Norman L. Munro, [1886.] 2+177 p. S. (Munro’s lib., no. 660.) pap., 20 c.

Hamilton, Kate Livingston. The Chester coterie. Phil., Presb. Bd. of Pub., [1886.] 236 p. 1 il. S. cl., $1.

A number of Sunday-school boys and girls desiring to raise a sum of money for a charitable object and wishing to avoid the old-fashioned means of fairs and festivals, evolve two very excellent plans, which are successfully carried out. The girls bake cake, bread, biscuit, etc., and have a room where they sell it certain days, the boys open a gymnasium and debating club. Both the schemes are conducted on business principles and yield all the money they need.

*Haraways, B. H. Pocket-book of tables and formule for railroad engineers; embracing,

besides the usual tables and formula, those for

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Little Sunshine: or, the secret

of the death chamber. N. Y., Norman L. Munro, [1886.] 2+164p. S. (Munro's lib., no. 655.) pap., 20 c.

Howland, E:, ed. Social solutions, no.g. N. Y.,

J]: W. Lovell Co., [1886.] lib., no. 785.) pap., 10 c. Contents : The co-operative traveller abroad—M. Godin

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Hugo, Victor. Les miserables. N. Y., J: Lovell Co., [1886.] 3 pts., 5-364; 3

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*Hume, D: History of England. SAoston ed. 3 v. Bost., Estes & Lauriat, 1886. D. cl., Sn me Ys D+

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‘May term, 1886. Merrill Co., 1886.

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Inter-denominational Congress. Discussions of the Inter-denominational Congress in the inter- est of city evangelization, held in Cin., Dec. 7- 11, 1885. Cin., published by the Congress, {Cranston & Stowe,| 1886. 269 p. O. pap., 75 ¢. The titles of some of the papers read before the Con-

gress and the subjects of some of the discussions are:

Menace of the modern city to our civilization ; Socialism,

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Simeon Gilbert, D.D.; The homeless classes, by Rev. T: K.

Beecher ; The enforcement of moral legislation, by Rev.

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Jerome, Irene E. The message of the bluebird told to me to tell to others. [Mew ed.| Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1886. No paging, il. O. cl., $2; pap., $1.

In new attractive binding of blue and white cloth, with gold and blue lettering and design,

Jerome, Irene E. Nature’s hallelujah ; il. and arranged by Irene E. Jerome. Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1887 [1886.] 85 p. obl. O. cl, $6; tky. mor., tree cf. or Spanish cf., $12.

Somewhat similar in its general design to ‘‘ One year’s sketch-book.’’ Consists of a series of nearly so full-page illustrations (944 x 14 in.), engraved by George T. An- drew, and finely printed on rich tinted paper. They all symbolize nature’s awakening in the spring, the birds, the flowers, etc., all singing ‘“‘ praise to the Lord.”’ This idea

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is carried out throughout some beautiful landscay bird pictures, and exquisite flower designs, F has a selection from a tavorite poet. *Johnson, I. B. The theory and practice of sur. veying; designed for the use of surveyors and engineers generally, but especially for the se of students in engineering. N.Y., J: Wiley & Sons, L556. 7OO p- QO, cl., 3.50. i

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