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Each book consists at sixty-tour pages. printed on good paper, in Z‘JV.‘&I' type and neatly
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bound in an attractive. lilifstrmted coyw.
Host of the books are also profuseiy illustrated. and all of the subjects treated upon are explained in such is simolc man"e1' that am
3‘lllIII can thoroughly understand them.
i THESE BOOKS AI1E"FOR'SALE"I3“1"A‘LL‘NEWSDEAL"E‘RS on 'u‘iLL' BE SEN: B‘S"'SiAII."'T0"]9[NY Annrigvs
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EACII, on ANY THREE Books rou TWENTY-is”
Address FRANK rrousizx, I’.iblisher,2a! Union Square 24;.
v 1 . SPORTING.
‘ No. 21. IIOIV"I‘O.'IIUN'I‘ AND l:‘ISII.s-’I‘he most complete
hunting and tishing guide ever published. It contains full in-
struciioiis about guii-.4, hunting dogs, traps, trapping and lishing,
lUK<“[II('.'l' with descriptions of gziiiie and "s .
A0. 20'. IIOW TU ROW. SAIL AND BUILD A BOAT.--FL‘.ll,Y
Illustrated. ‘Every boy should know how to row and sail a boat.
Full instructions are given in this little book, together with in-
struc-tions 0l],S“'ll'IlIIllIl:; and riding, companion sports to boating.
X0. 47. HOW TO BREAK, It1l)l:]. AND DRIVE A IIORSE.-e
A complete treatise on the horse. Describing the most useful horses
for business, the best horses for the road; also valuable recipes for
diseases peculiar to the horse.
No. 45. HOW TO BUILD AND SAIL CANOES.--A handy
book for boys, containing full directions for constructing canoes
and the most popular manner of sailing them. .I4‘rlly illustrated.
By C. Staiistield Hicks” ,. .
" FORTUNE TELLING.
No. 1. NAPOLEONS ORACULUM AND DREAM BOOK.-
Containing the great oracle of human destiny:-also the true mean-
ing of almost any kind of drcauis. together with charms. ceremonies,
and curious games of car: ‘. A complete book. -
No. 23. HOW TO EXPLAIN DItltlAlIS.-‘Everylzody dreams,
from the little child to the aged man and woman This little book
gives the explanation to all kinds of dreams. together with lucky
and unlucky days. and “Napoleon's Oraculumi" the book of fate.
No. .28. IIOIV TO ’I‘EI.Ii FOR’l.‘UNES.-Everyoiie is desirous of
knowing What his future life will bring forth, whether hiippinessor
misery, wealth or poverty. You can tell by a glance at this little
book. Buy one and be convinced. Tell your own fortune. Tell
"therfortune of your friends. . V
No. -7(5.,IIOW T0 ’I‘El'.L FORTUNES BY THE .'IIAhD.-
Containing rules for telling fortuncs‘by the aid of the lines of the
hand. or the secret of palmistry. Also the secret df telling future
events by aid of moles, marks. scars. etc. Illustrated. By A.
Anderson. ( s .
3 , ATHLETIC. I - .
' No. 6. IIOIV TO BECOME. AN A’I‘III.BTE.-Giving" full in.
struction for the use of dumb bells, Indiau,cJuhs, parallel bars.
horizontal hars.and various other methods of developing a good.
healthy muscle; containing over sixty illustrations, Every, boy can
becomestrong and healthy by following Theaiustructifons [contained
in this little book. V T y - .. , '
. S0510‘. HOW TO BOX.-f.I‘lie art of self-defense made easy.
Containing over thirty illustrations otguards. blows, andrthe differ-
out positions of a good boxer. Every boy should obtain one of
Ithcse useful and instructive books. as it will teach you how, to box
without an instructor. . ‘ . "
Co. 25. HOW "0 BECOME A GXMNAST.-Containing"full
instructions for all kinds of gyiriiiastic sports and athletic exercises.
Embracing thirty-live illustrations By Professor Vi’. Macdonald.
A handy and useful book. ‘ . ' I g
No. 34. HOW TO FENCE.-Containing full instruction for
fencing and the use of the broadsword :‘ also instruction in archery.
Described with twenty-one practical illustrations. giving the best
positions in cncing. A complete book.
No. (31. HOW 'I‘() Iil<1C()MI3 A I;O“'LEIt.t[x complete manual
.. of howling. Containing full instructions for playing all the stands
American and German games; together with rules and systems
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:1!-(sporting in use by the principal bowling clubs in the United
States. By Bartholomew Batterson. . '
mucus WITH‘ czmos
No. til. HOXV TO DO TRICICS'WI’I‘lI CAR.I)S.--Containing.
explanations of the general principles of slclglit-of-hand applitable
to card tricks: ofycard tricks with ordinary cards, and not requiring
leiglit'-'ot'-liand; of tricks involving sleight-of-hand. or the use of
'Ipeci:ilIy' prepared cards. By Professor Ilaiiner. With illustra-
tions. is > i e
No. 72. HOW TO DO SIXTY TRICKS WITH CARDS.j-Em-
bracing all of the latest and most deceptive‘ card tricks. with il-
lu. rations. By A. Anderson.
No. 77. IIOXV TO DO FOIKTY TRICKS WITII CARI)Sr-
Containing deceptive Card Tricks as performed by loading conjurers
and magicians. Arranged for home amusement. I"ull,v illustrated.
wvith a full description of everything an engineer
N‘ 7 iioiv To no T1trinAG'c‘ ' “ ‘
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card tricks, coiitaiiiing full instrhction ofe zflietalite .5331: ‘M
05 11119 tail)‘. 11150 U19 11103! popular magical illusions as p'ertiirmeI:i‘c:
our ea iiiginagicr ‘ ‘ -vb v 1; ‘ . . . ,- ,-
as it will bloth amdliles .',.1r‘ItIleIll'J,StI'(I1)Cts. cum Obtain 3' Wm 0‘ Ems "("9
to. 2:3. IUW TO DO SEUUVD %1GHT,.mH. .= - ., ‘.
exlilalued by his former assistant. Fhed Hunt. Jfflleff:[)hl:Li1J;?i‘?rn%
the secret dialogues were carried on between the miigiciau 2:‘?
boy on the stage; also giving all the codes and signals ’l.‘hAe‘-I’
authentic explanation of second sight. " ‘ ' ‘‘
B0. -10. I10“. IU IfIu(JOMlS A .ZiIAGICIAN.-Containin
giwindest assortiiieiit ot magical illusions ever placed be-torn
public. Also tricks with cards. incautatioits. etc. '
)0. 68. HOW TO DO CHEMICAL ’I‘ItICKS.‘-Coutainiv.
one hundred highly amusing and instructive tricks with ch:v.;i 5- o
);‘.ih.(:hlld1iX&i0Q1.T(gI3i3.IdS0meI)' illustrated. I ' ' " '
. o. ‘J. i ' 0 SLEIGHT OF HA.’ .- ' . .
fifty of the latest and best tricks used by rna;;cIi)ans.C0nmmmi vdqi-:-
iugjhe secret of second sight. Fully illustrated. By A twin,‘ ‘
.50.. 70. IIOW fI‘O MAKE MAGIC '.I‘0)'S.eContai‘nii.-‘pi
:t‘f:%:a:i‘3.5:r “i?:.'.;g.:lL:%;:.:.:is and devices of mm M
Bo. l3. I10“: '1' DO TRICKS VVITH NUMBERS.-S’
many curious tricks with figures and the magic of numbers.
Au‘(‘IerSOll. Ihglxly iliustrtited.
.'o. Tu. Y ’ SECOME A CONJURE rs ,. >n= - ‘
tricks with Dominoes, Dice, Cups and Balls. Hats, ei: v (i:j::t..,’:;r"“ II
thirty-six illustrations. ’y A. 1 ndcrson. 7'"
No, 78. IIQXV TO DO THE BLACK ART.-Containing s
plete description of the iiiystcries of Magic and Sleight of ‘.S;:.-..
Iit1)lI;EttIi6I't gith many wonderful experiments. By A. Andei';n:-
us ra e .
V ‘'9 HOW TO ii1nE(;?)HAmcAL‘
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should know how inventions originated. Thils bE>‘t():i5Rexp1I:aJi::? 3'.‘
all. giving examples‘ in electricity, hydraulics, magnetism oydii.‘
pneumatics, mechanics, etc., etc. The most instructiye bdoii‘ -;..;;.‘
No. 56. IIOIV TO BECOME AN ENGINEER.- = ' .'
instructions how to proceed in order to become a(f3c“0tf;‘g]fff,i !';“',"k
gmeer; also directions for building a model locomotive; 359912;;
‘Non us. HOW TO MAKIIMUSICAI. INSTIE;.!I.(‘).ilIlI%]Bk'r"[‘0SwLgn..).,
directions how to make a Banjo, Violin. Zither. Aeolian Harp,’ fig-i.';,.
phone and other musical instruments; together.-with av Mia 32,
sci-iption‘of nearly every musical instrument used in ‘ancient or
modern times. Prrifuscly illustrat d. B A] 5 ' ..=,:
tortwcnty years liandmaster of'th:; Royabi Bet[i:'hII03IaSi'inI;;tzg,LM"
Bo. 50..IIOW- TO MAKE A MAGIC LANTERN.-Coiitnlv-cly
ii description (it the lantern. together with its history and inventli:
:i:::.::iL:1f':;‘3c:.‘2: “-3 sides anew.
No.’ 71.. HOW-’l‘O DO MECIIANICAL TRICKS. , Cont
By A..Aiiderson.. pI"ully illustrated.
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A o.’ . ’ , ' ’ 2... -LE’I‘TERs,.‘.A. N.‘
plote little book. containirig fulhdirections for writing i$‘l5iittZ.:.:
orig Wl'l‘('Il to use them: also giving specimen letters for both ye’:-“CE
an o ‘ >
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No..(l2. now To witi'ijns E'I"I‘ERS T0 LADIES.-eGl...-. .‘
complete instructions for writin ‘l tt t l d‘ - --.
also’ letters of in'tro‘ducrion. notes add erxciitigstsl. leg ,0“ an. Rub’! ‘J
'0 Ixto..2.-t. IgtniijlQ.WRITI')"LE'l‘TEIlS TO G1-3NTLEMl3." -
on tuning H < ircc l0l’lS 1 't' t - .1;,
aka’ givigg lager?‘S(;of"Fi':i;ini1n‘gi0’o’gentlemen on all sul:,1-L. ..
A 0- 0-; ' , ' I ‘ LETTER .- ‘w
book. telling you how to write to your sg‘eet$eaI-‘t(.)nx1?r(iilii-ulfnlgxfxf
‘mother. sister.‘ brother. employer; and. in fact, eve,-.;,.;dy and ,:“.7'
.::%’:';..“i.;:6'.‘.;.‘i.F‘;.)i:.';..;2;‘.:a;'at:.;.rw W and
3'5). 7-. . ' ’ , VRITE LETTERS CORRECT Y- -
tainingp full instnictions for writing letters on almost only g'ub;'c..m3.
ru.cs for piiiictuzition and composition; tough" with ,,c,.c....,,,;
P ers ’ ‘