• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Front Cover
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 The pet pony
 A mighty hunter
 A pet tiger
 Going to church
 Asking for aid
 A lot of dogs
 A gallant rescue
 Puss and the crab
 Little thieves
 Fritz
 Sagacious cows
 The faithful dog
 Dog minding rabbits
 The whip-snake
 How cats carry their kittens
 The lion
 The horse and the bull
 Swallows
 A horse with a moustache
 A queer sleeping-place
 A good horse
 A tame tiger
 A happy family
 A trustful cat
 Doggie and Pussy
 "Let her sleep"
 Thieving crows
 Fast friends
 The bloodhound
 A useful dog
 The dead puppy
 Persian cats
 The fan-tail pigeon
 My dogs
 The shetland pony
 A lost dog
 Playing with a bear
 An industrious mouse
 The convicts little friend
 A tame lion
 Our dog Bevis
 True to his trust
 The sparrow
 A wise old rat
 A well-deserved punishment
 Holding a snake
 Too heavy for them
 A smart dog
 The lyre-bird
 A narrow escape
 A clever deer
 The camel
 Perseverance
 A good hiding-place
 The schipperke
 The boar-hound
 The boy and the tiger
 A clever monkey
 A little girl and her pets
 Puss in a fix
 Good friends
 A patient donkey
 An amateur bell ringer
 Good advice
 How Australian blacks kill...
 A cats love
 A brave dog
 A wicked monkey
 A dog who found some money
 A mouse and her babies
 In the cornfield
 Dash and his friend
 The jaguar
 The seals
 A parrot school
 Death of the ape
 The stag-beetle
 Serpent and birds
 Charged by a rhinoceros
 A queer monkey
 A discordant band
 A spoiled dinner
 A domestic misfortune
 Dogs tired out by a hare
 Heinrich and the wolf
 A tipsy bear
 Bathing with a hippopotamus
 A donkey braying
 Polar bears
 Studying natural history
 A proud horse
 How to stop donkeys' braying
 A troublesome pet
 A naughty puppy
 Our pet rabbit
 Attacked by a lion
 An astonished monkey
 The dead bird
 A gooses trick
 Raven and goat
 Young tigers
 The two foxes and the wolf
 Doggies narrow escape
 Goats knocking at a door
 The wounded pigeon
 Polly playing a trick on puss
 Lion mourning over his mate
 Bear-children
 A sulky cat
 A chop in danger
 A big jump
 A queer bird's nest
 Monkey
 A fowl with a white bonnet
 A strange visitor
 An imprisoned owl
 A battle
 A surprised monkey
 A carrier pigeon
 A clever dog
 A chinaman's dinner
 The stork
 A hunting pony
 Afraid of a top
 The tame bear
 Our robin friend
 A faithful dog
 The jaguar
 Taking a ride
 Pelicans
 Contributors to seaside pleasu...
 Pussy's escape
 A hungry cat
 Dogs chasing dogs
 The polar bear and her young
 Happy companions
 A wolf trapped
 A kindness remembered
 Sagacity of rats
 A dog's trick
 An odd nest
 Encounter with a tiger
 Monkey curiosity
 A monkey with a funny nose
 Lion and sparrow
 Fight between a rat and a...
 A patient cat
 Horse faced people
 A pet monkey
 A successful hunter
 A charitable horse
 True to death
 The lone fox
 A generous dog
 Safe from the dogs
 A cunning bear
 Eagle caught in trap
 A drowning dog
 Back Cover
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Group Title: Animal stories : pictures and stories for children
Title: Animal stories
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Title: Animal stories pictures and stories for children ;
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Weir, Harrison, 1824-1906 ( Illustrator )
Estes & Lauriat ( Publisher )
Publisher: Estes and Lauriat
Place of Publication: Boston
Publication Date: c1894
 Subjects
Subject: Animals -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Natural history -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1894
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
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Statement of Responsibility: containing one hundred and fifty-eight illustrations
General Note: Frontispiece printed in colors and most illustrations by H. Weir.
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Frontispiece
        Frontispiece
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    The pet pony
        Page 3
    A mighty hunter
        Page 4
    A pet tiger
        Page 5
    Going to church
        Page 6
    Asking for aid
        Page 7
    A lot of dogs
        Page 8
    A gallant rescue
        Page 9
    Puss and the crab
        Page 10
    Little thieves
        Page 11
    Fritz
        Page 12
    Sagacious cows
        Page 13
    The faithful dog
        Page 14
    Dog minding rabbits
        Page 15
    The whip-snake
        Page 16
    How cats carry their kittens
        Page 17
    The lion
        Page 18
    The horse and the bull
        Page 19
    Swallows
        Page 20
    A horse with a moustache
        Page 21
    A queer sleeping-place
        Page 22
    A good horse
        Page 23
    A tame tiger
        Page 24
    A happy family
        Page 25
    A trustful cat
        Page 26
    Doggie and Pussy
        Page 27
    "Let her sleep"
        Page 28
    Thieving crows
        Page 29
    Fast friends
        Page 30
    The bloodhound
        Page 31
    A useful dog
        Page 32
    The dead puppy
        Page 33
    Persian cats
        Page 34
    The fan-tail pigeon
        Page 35
    My dogs
        Page 36
    The shetland pony
        Page 37
    A lost dog
        Page 38
    Playing with a bear
        Page 39
    An industrious mouse
        Page 40
    The convicts little friend
        Page 41
    A tame lion
        Page 42
    Our dog Bevis
        Page 43
    True to his trust
        Page 44
    The sparrow
        Page 45
    A wise old rat
        Page 46
    A well-deserved punishment
        Page 47
    Holding a snake
        Page 48
    Too heavy for them
        Page 49
    A smart dog
        Page 50
    The lyre-bird
        Page 51
    A narrow escape
        Page 52
    A clever deer
        Page 53
    The camel
        Page 54
    Perseverance
        Page 55
    A good hiding-place
        Page 56
    The schipperke
        Page 57
    The boar-hound
        Page 58
    The boy and the tiger
        Page 59
    A clever monkey
        Page 60
    A little girl and her pets
        Page 61
    Puss in a fix
        Page 62
    Good friends
        Page 63
    A patient donkey
        Page 64
    An amateur bell ringer
        Page 65
    Good advice
        Page 66
    How Australian blacks kill snakes
        Page 67
    A cats love
        Page 68
    A brave dog
        Page 69
    A wicked monkey
        Page 70
    A dog who found some money
        Page 71
    A mouse and her babies
        Page 72
    In the cornfield
        Page 73
    Dash and his friend
        Page 74
    The jaguar
        Page 75
    The seals
        Page 76
    A parrot school
        Page 77
    Death of the ape
        Page 78
    The stag-beetle
        Page 79
    Serpent and birds
        Page 80
    Charged by a rhinoceros
        Page 81
    A queer monkey
        Page 82
    A discordant band
        Page 83
    A spoiled dinner
        Page 84
    A domestic misfortune
        Page 85
    Dogs tired out by a hare
        Page 86
    Heinrich and the wolf
        Page 87
    A tipsy bear
        Page 88
    Bathing with a hippopotamus
        Page 89
    A donkey braying
        Page 90
    Polar bears
        Page 91
    Studying natural history
        Page 92
    A proud horse
        Page 93
    How to stop donkeys' braying
        Page 94
    A troublesome pet
        Page 95
    A naughty puppy
        Page 96
    Our pet rabbit
        Page 97
    Attacked by a lion
        Page 98
    An astonished monkey
        Page 99
    The dead bird
        Page 100
    A gooses trick
        Page 101
    Raven and goat
        Page 102
    Young tigers
        Page 103
    The two foxes and the wolf
        Page 104
    Doggies narrow escape
        Page 105
    Goats knocking at a door
        Page 106
    The wounded pigeon
        Page 107
    Polly playing a trick on puss
        Page 108
    Lion mourning over his mate
        Page 109
    Bear-children
        Page 110
    A sulky cat
        Page 111
    A chop in danger
        Page 112
    A big jump
        Page 113
    A queer bird's nest
        Page 114
    Monkey
        Page 115
    A fowl with a white bonnet
        Page 116
    A strange visitor
        Page 117
    An imprisoned owl
        Page 118
    A battle
        Page 119
    A surprised monkey
        Page 120
    A carrier pigeon
        Page 121
    A clever dog
        Page 122
    A chinaman's dinner
        Page 123
    The stork
        Page 124
    A hunting pony
        Page 125
    Afraid of a top
        Page 126
    The tame bear
        Page 127
    Our robin friend
        Page 128
    A faithful dog
        Page 129
    The jaguar
        Page 130
    Taking a ride
        Page 131
    Pelicans
        Page 132
    Contributors to seaside pleasures
        Page 133
    Pussy's escape
        Page 134
    A hungry cat
        Page 135
    Dogs chasing dogs
        Page 136
    The polar bear and her young
        Page 137
    Happy companions
        Page 138
    A wolf trapped
        Page 139
    A kindness remembered
        Page 140
    Sagacity of rats
        Page 141
    A dog's trick
        Page 142
    An odd nest
        Page 143
    Encounter with a tiger
        Page 144
    Monkey curiosity
        Page 145
    A monkey with a funny nose
        Page 146
    Lion and sparrow
        Page 147
    Fight between a rat and a cobra
        Page 148
    A patient cat
        Page 149
    Horse faced people
        Page 150
    A pet monkey
        Page 151
    A successful hunter
        Page 152
    A charitable horse
        Page 153
    True to death
        Page 154
    The lone fox
        Page 155
    A generous dog
        Page 156
    Safe from the dogs
        Page 157
    A cunning bear
        Page 158
    Eagle caught in trap
        Page 159
    A drowning dog
        Page 160
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
    Spine
        Spine
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THE PET PONY.
What a happy time these children have with their
pony! They take turns riding him, and have a glorious
time. They take great care of him,.and always clean him
very carefully when they get home. They are very fond
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A. MIGHTY HUNTER.
This cat is a great hunter. Every day she goes out
into the woods, and seldom returns without some game.
To-day she has killed a rabbit, and finds great difficulty in
carrying it home, as it is almost as big as she is. Smart
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A PET TIGER. o
This is a young tiger named Tom. His master is
keeping him quiet while his picture is being taken so that
I can show him to you. He is a very smart little fellow,
and is very affectionate. He is still so young that he is
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GOING TO CHURCH.
SThe donkey wants to get into the church, but the old
beadle will not let her. See how the donkey pricks up
her ears as if to ask him why he will not let her in. She
thinks that because he let her master in he should let her
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ASKING FOR AID.
The lion has a splinter in his paw, and he has come to
the man and wishes him to take it out. The man is
terribly frightened, but soon he will take courage and
remove the splinter. Then the lion will leave the man
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A LOT OF DOGS.
What a lot of dogs! They all have numbers on their
collars so that their master can tell them apart. Their
master is very fond of them, and treats them very kindly.
They have plenty to eat and a nice house to sleep in, so
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A GALLANT RESCUE.
Master and horse have swum out tp the wreck, and
are bringing two poor sailors to land. What a noble horse!
and how strong he must be to be able to swim with such a
heavy load and among such huge waves! I hope he will
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PUSS AND THE CRAB.
Pussy does not know what to make of the queer-
looking object she is staring at. She never saw. anything
like it before, and she is a little afraid and yet very curious.
Take care, lussy, or it will seize your tail in its sharp claws,
and then you will be sorry.
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the dishes of the .queer animals and birds that live in the
Zoo. In the picture they are stealing the food of some
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FRITZ.
Fritz is a very handsome grey cat. He is the pet of
my little sister, and is a very important member of the
family. Every morning he comes to my sister's room, and
she ties a fresh blue ribbon about his neck. This done, he
trots happily off to his breakfast.


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SAGACIOUS COWS.


It is a very hot day, and the cows are very thirsty.
So they have marched in a body to the place where there
is a large tub of water. One of them is just about to drink.
See how patiently the others are waiting for their turn at
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THE FAITHFUL DOG.
Faithful dog! His master has just died and been
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A friend of mine had a dog that was trained to mind
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them from running into the shrubbery. It was a comical
sight to note the grave appearance of the dog as he sat at
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THE WHIP-SNAKE.


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He has seized it by the neck, so that it cannot bite. One
of his friends has drawn a sharp, curved knife, and is just
about to cut the snake in two. See how careful he is not
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HOW CATS CARRY THEIR KITTENS.
Cats cannot carry their kittens in their arms, for they
have no arms, so they carry them in their mouths. They
seize them by the loose skin on the back, and do not hurt
them at all. This cat is carrying her kittens one at a
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THE LION.
What a noble-looking animal the lion is, and yet how
fierce and cruel! Are you not glad that there are no lions
where you live? I am sure that if there were lions here
I should be very much afraid, and would not dare to go
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THE HORSE AND THE BULL.
I wonder where the man is going on the horse. He
must be in a great hurry, for the horse is running very
fast. I guess the bull looking at the horse is glad that
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SWALLOWS.


These swallows are building their nest. They have
chosen a nice place for it. Nobody will be able to get
at it, it is so high up; and the little birds will be quite
safe. How happy the birds will be when they have
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A HORSE WITH A MOUSTACHE.
Did you ever see a horse with a moustache ? All
horses have some hair on their lip, and some have a great
deal. This horse has a thick moustache, which his master
is very proud of. You can see him in the picture carefully
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A QUEER SLEEPING-PLACE.
Pussy is very fond of sleeping in the wide sleeve of
her master's robe. Her master is very fond of her. One
day he wished to go out, and rather than disturb his pet,
he cut off the sleeve of his gown, and left the cat peace-
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A GOOD HORSE.
The poor man has fallen from his horse. His foot has
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he would be dragged along the ground and badly hurt.
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A TAME TIGER.
This man is a native of India. He has a full-grown
tiger for a pet. It is very gentle, and greatly attached
to its master. The man caught it when it was very
young, and has taught it that it is wrong to kill people,
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A HAPPY FAMILY.
How happy the cat looks as she watches her kittens!
The kittens seem to be having a very good time. They
appear to be very playfll and very pretty. Don't you
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A TRUSTFUL CAT.
This cat does not seem to be at all afraid of the dog.
She has gone right up to him, and is rubbing herself
against him, and asking him not to hurt her. The dog
looks surprised. I hope he will not hurt her, but will be
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DOGGIE AND PUSSY.

I wonder whether the cat and dog are playing, or
whether they are fighting. I am afraid that they are
fighting, for the cat seems to be scratching the dog. Well,
I hope she will not hurt him, but will leave him alone.
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"LET HER SLEEP."

The cat is asleep, and the parrot has left his perch and
is looking at her. They are very good friends, and he
wants her to wake up and play with him. The cat seems
very tired, and I hope the parrot will let her sleep as long
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THIEVING CROWS.
This little dog is very angry because the crows have
stolen some of his dinner. The crows are flying away
with the food in their beaks. The dog has scared them
away, and has put his paw on the plate to guard it. I
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FAST FRIENDS.
Most dogs do not like cats, and run after them when
they see them. But this dog seems very fond of the
little kitten, and I know he will not hurt it. The kitten
knows that it is quite safe, and does not run away, but
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THE BLOODHOUND.


This dog is called the Bloodhound. He is very fierce

to those he does not like, but nearly always is very fond

of his master. When there were slaves in this country,

these dogs were often used to catch the slaves who had

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A USEFUL DOG.
This is the picture of a dog that belonged to a noble-
man many years ago. The nobleman dressed the dog as
you see him in -the picture, and trained him to wait on
the table. The (log would ld ol the tray in. his mouth
and pass his master a glass of wine.


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THE DEAD PUPPY.

This dog had three puppies, but one of them died.
The dog was very sad, but she took the little dead puppy
in her mouth, and carried it into the garden. She is now
digging a hole in which she is going to bury the little
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PERSIAN CATS.
What strange-looking cats! They are not at all like
the cats we usually see, but have long, soft, curly hair.
They are called Persian cats, and come all the way from
Asia. They are much prettier than other cats, but they
usually die when brought to this country.


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THE FAN-TAIL PIGEON.

This bird is a pigeon, but is far handsomer than the
common pigeons. He is called the fan-tail pigeon be-
cause when he spreads out his tail it looks very much
like a fan. I have some of these pigeons. I have had
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This is the picture of my two dogs, Maggie and
Flossie. Every day when I go for a walk, the dogs
insist on going with me. Sometimes they walk along
quietly by my side, but more often they run races across
the fields, coming back to me every few minutes.


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THE SHETLAND PONY.
Did you ever see such a tiny little pony as this ?
And yet they are very common in a certain part of the
world. They are called She~tland ponies. Just think of
a pony so small that a man can carry it in his arms!
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A LOST DOG.
This poor dog seems to be in great trouble. Perhaps
he is lost, and is. trying by barking to bring some one
to him. Let us hope that his master will hear him and
come for him. If I was the master I would not rest until
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PLAYING WITH A BEAR.
These little children have found a bear in the woods.
They are not at all afraid of him, but are playing with
him. One is giving him an apple, while the other has
climbed on his back. Their parents are very much
frightened, but the bear does not hurt the children.








































AN INDUSTRIOUS MOUSE.
I wonder what this mouse is doing! Perhaps he is
collecting a store of food for the long winter. It is a
wise plan to work in summer, so that he will not have
to starve in winter. I hope he will have enough food to
last him all winter.


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THE CONVICT'S LITTLE FRIEND.

This man has done something wrong, and has been
put in prison. A little bird comes every day to eat the
crumbs the man gives it. It has become very tame, and
the man has become very fond of it. .I hope he will be
a better man when he gets out of prison.


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A TAME LION.
This lion is tame, and does not hurt the little Arab
boys who are teasing him. He wants to go to sleep, but
one boy is pulling his tail, and another is poking a stick in
his ear. Why don't the boys go away, and leave the old
fellow in peace?


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OUR DOG BEVIS.
We have a dog named Bevis. When she wants to
get ,into the house she rises on her hind legs and presses
down the latch with her paws. Is not she a very clever
dog to be able to open a door all by herself? We are
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TRUE TO HIS TRUST.
What a fine-looking dog this is! His master has told
him to guard a leg of mutton, and he will allow no one
to touch it. He is true to his trust. Little children
should learn to be as obedient as this noble dog, and
then their mothers would be very happy.


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THE SPARROW.
This sparrow is perched on a barrel, and seems to be
thinking deeply. I wonder what he is thinking about.
Perhaps he is wondering where he can find something to
eat. Poor little fellow,-his meals do not come regularly
as yours do, nor does he always have enough to eat.

































A WISE OLD RAT.
Somebody has set a trap in front of this rat's hole, so
that her little ones cannot come out without being caught.
But the old rat is very smart. She has made a bridge
of her body across the dangerous trap, and the little
ones scramble safely over her back.










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This fine horse was attacked by two dogs. See how
he has grabbed one of them and is shaking him. It
serves the dog right for attacking the horse. I hope the
horse will shake the other dog too. I am always glad
when a mean or cruel deed is well punished.


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HOLDING A SNAKE.
What a big snake, and how brave the man must be
to hold it as he is doing! He is squeezing it so hard that
it is forced to open its mouth. If the man should let go,
the snake would bite him, and he would die in a few
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TOO HEAVY FOR THEM.
The terrier and her two puppies have found a large
bone, and are trying to drag it to their kennel. They are
pulling with all their might, but they can hardly stir the
huge bone. I think they will have to give it up, and eat
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A SMART DOG.
Did you ever see a dog dressed as this one is? He is
a trick dog, and his master has had a suit of clothes made
for him, and he wears them all the time. His best trick is
to stand up with a book in front of him, and pretend to
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THE LYRE-BIRD.


This bird is probably the most beautiful known. It
is called the lyre-bird, because its tail looks like the old
musical instrument of that name. It is very scarce now,
and is seldom seen. I once had the pleasure of seeing one,
and I shall never forget it.


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The poor little baby is in trouble. He wanted to
play with the little pig, but its mother thought he would
hurt it, so she has seized his dress in her teeth. He is
very much frightened, but luckily the pig has only torn
his dress, and he is not hurt.


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A CLEVER DEER.
The deer wanted to get the berries, on the tree, but
they could not reach up to them. So one of them is
jumping up and knocking the berries down with his
horns. It is very clever of him to do this, and he deserves
to get a good meal for his trouble.


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THE CAMEL.

This is the picture of a camel. They are very queer-
looking animals, and have humps of flabby flesh on their
backs. This one has two humps, but some of them have
only one. They can go for a long time without water,
and with very little food, and are very strong.


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PERSEVERANCE.
This mouse has found a bone, and is trying to drag
it into his hole. He is tugging away at it; but the bone
is large and the mouse is small, and he can scarcely move
it. However, he is very patient, and he will succeed
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This dog is trying to creep under the bed-clothes. He
has a bundle tied around his body. Some men want to
take it away from him, and the clever fellow is hiding
from them. Instinct tells himf that they will not look for
himn in the bed, so he hides there.


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THE SCHIPPERKE.
This is a very queer dog. His name is a long one,
and very hard to pronounce. It is Schipperke." He
comes from Belgium, and the strangest thing about him
is that he has no tail, not even a sign of one! Think
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THE BOAR-HOUND.


This is the picture of a boar-hound. They are very
large and strong and brave, and are used for hunting
large game, especially wild boars. These dogs, although
very fierce-looking, are really very gentle and affectionate,
and always devotedly attached tb their masters.


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THE BOY AND THE TIGER
This little boy lives in India. He was going one
evening to get some water at the spring, when something
seized his coat from behind. It was a huge tiger that
wanted to make a meal of him. Luckily there were some
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A CLEVER MONKEY.
The little girl approached too near to the monkey,
and the mischievous little fellow knocked her hat off. See
how surprised the little girl looks, and how a- mused the
monkey appears. He has a broad( grin on his face, and le
seems to think that he has done something very clever.


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on each shoulder, a love-bird in her hand, and
monkey at her feet. The log is resting his
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Puss has climbed up to the top 'of a high tower, and
does not know how to get down. She is mewing pitifully,
as if begging some one to come and take her down. It is
strange that cats can climb to places from which they do
not know how to descend.


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GOOD FRIENI)S.

The pony and the lamb are very good friends. Ever
since the death of the lamb's mother, the pony has watched
over it and protected it. The lamb lives in the pony's
stall, and always accompanies him when he is put out in
the pasture, keeping as close to him as possible.


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A PATIENT DONKEY.
What a merry time these boys are having on their
donkey All four have clambered on his back, and are
trying to stay on by holding on to each other. One of
them, however, seems to be slipping off. The donkey is
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AN AMATEUR BELL-RINGER.
The monkey is having a fine time swinging on the
rope. He thinks it is great fun, and enjoys the noise
of the great bell that he is ringing. But the people of
the village do not think it fun. They think there is a
fire, and are running in every direction.






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GOOD ADVICE.
The dog, the cat, and the hen seem to be talking
very busily. Probably the old hen is giving them good
advice, and telling them not to fight with each other.
Let us hope that they will follow her advice and never
fight again, but always be good friends.


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What a queer way of killing a snake, and what a
brave man to risk being bitten! He does not seem at
all afraid, but seems to enjoy it all. He has his stick
all ready in case the snake should get out from under
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HOW AUSTRALIAN BLACKS KILL SNAKES.
What a queer way of killing a snake, and what a
brave man to risk being bitten! He does not seem at
all afraid, but seems to enjoy it all. He has his stick
all ready in case the snake should get out from under
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A CAT'S LOVE.
Pussy's mistress is dead, and has been buried in the
cold ground, but Pussy will not leave the grave. She
lies on it without stirring. She has been there for three
days, and will soon die for want of food; but she would
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A BRAVE DOG.

Did you ever take a bath with such queer com-
panions? Two ducks, a dog, and a huge snake! The
dog is going to kill the snake, which is frightening the
ducks. The boy does not seem at all frightened. He
knows that his dog will kill the snake.


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A WICKED MONKEY.
I hope the monkey will not drop the cat into the
water, for if he does she will be scalded. The water is
on the stove, and must be very hot. Pussy is crying
with fright. If some one does not come soon it will
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This dog has found some money in the hay. He
is looking at it, but does not know what to do with it.
If it were bread or meat, he could eat it; but one can-
not eat money. If he were smart, he would take it to
the butcher and buy meat.


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A MOUSE AND HER BABIES.
What a queer place this mouse has chosen for her
nest! It is an old tin basin that is lying among the
cabbages. She is carrying one of her babies away.
Perhaps she thinks her home is not safe, and is going
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IN THE CORNFIELD.
How quick the birds are gathering! I wonder what
they are coming for. They seem to be eating some-
thing. Perhaps the farmer has been sowing corn, and,
now that he has gone to his dinner, the birds are
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DASH AND HIS FRIEND.
Dash and Pussy are very good friends, and Pussy
spends a good deal of her time in the kennel with
Dash. Dash is always afraid of thunder-storms; and so
whenever a storm comes up, Pussy comes out to Dash's
kennel to keep him company until it is over.






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You probably think this is a pretty little cat, but
it is not. It is much larger than a cat, and is very
strong and fierce. It is called a jaguar. The man heard
it coming, and jumped into the chest. It is trying to
open the chest, but it cannot.


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Seals are very easily trained, and learn some very
amusing tricks. These seals are being fed by their
owner. One of them stands on a chair and catches the
fish that are thrown to him. Another is diving after
a fish that has just been thrown into the water.


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A PARROT SCHOOL.
These parrots seem to be talking very earnestly.
I wonder what they are saying. Perhaps the big parrot
is holding a school and is teaching the others. They all
seem very much interested, and are all talking together.
What a noise they must make!
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DEATH OF THE APE.
The poor ape has caught a bad chill and is dying.
His little friend is very careful to keep him well covered
up in his blanket. Poor fellow! his ugly face is very
pathetic, and his eyes are looking straight at you, as if
asking pity and help.


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THE STAG-BEETLE.
The man was just going to eat his dinner, when he
saw that horrid bug on the wall. What an ugly-looking
thing it is! I do not wonder that he is frightened, and is
afraid it will bite him. It is called a stag-beetle because
it has horns.


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What are the birds screaming at? Oh! I see The
head of a large snake is appearing out of a hole on the
tree, and the birds are very much frightened. Fly away,
little birds, while there is time, or he will catch some of
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CHARGED BY A RHINOCEROS.
This terrible beast is a rhinoceros. It has been
attacked by the hunters, and in trying to escape has
knocked one of them over. It has not hurt him much, and
the rhinoceros has not time to turn on him and injure him
with its wicked-looking horn, so he will escape.


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A QUEER MONKEY.
What a queer-looking monkey He has a long white
beard, just like an old man. He seems to enjoy pulling
his mistress's hair, but I wonder how the negro girl likes
it? Probably she does not mind, or else she would not
allow him to do so. She is scratching his neck.


































A DISCORDANT BAND.
These monkeys have stolen some instruments from a
band, and are trying to play on them. Some hold them one
way, some another. They are making a terrific noise, but
of course cannot play in tune. Probably the instruments
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A SPOILED DINNER.
These monkeys have found a picnic party, and while
the people are wandering through the woods they have
attacked the dinner. They seem to be hungry, for they
are eating very fast. What they cannot eat they will
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A DOMESTIC MISFORTUNE.
You probably think that some of these geese are dead,
but they are not. They have eaten some brandied cherries,
and are intoxicated. Children, let this be a warning to
you never to drink brandy or whiskey or anything of that
sort. You will be sorry for it if you do.


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DOGS TIRED OUT BY A HARE.
The dogs had almost caught the hare when she reached
the gate. She darted under it, while the dogs were forced
to leap over it, thus losing time. The hare then turned
and went back under the gate, and kept this up until the
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HEINRICH AND THE WOLF.


The wolf has broken into the cottage, where Heinrich
is alone. Heinrich has seized an axe with which to defend
himself. See how fierce the wolf looks, with his great
staring eyes and his big, red tongue hanging out of his
mouth! I hope Heinrich will be able to kill him.



































SA TIPSY BEAR.
This man used to make money by going around the
country and wrestling with a tame bear. One day the
bear got hold of a bottle of brandy., This made him ugly,
and when the time came for the wrestling he attacked his
master fiercely. The man easily threw the tipsy brute.


































BATHING WITH A


HIPPOPOTAMUS.


One evening a man started to take a bath in the hip-
popotamus's tank at the Zoo. He did ndt know the hippo-
potamus was there. Suddenly the animal appeared. The
man boldly clambered on lts broad back, and when, fright-
ened, it swam to the edge of the tank, he leaped off.


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Have you ever heard a donkey bray? It makes a ter-
rible noise. Probably the goose in the picture has come to
see what can be the matter with its companion, but the
donkey pays no attention to her, but continues to bray as
if its heart was set on making a noise.


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POLAR BEARS.
These are polar bears. They live in the far North,
amid ice and snow. They are very large and of a yellowish
white. They live mostly on seals and fish, and may be
seen in large numbers together at certain seasons of the
year. They are very fierce and strong.
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HISTORY.


Little Mary is showing her pet monkey the pictures
in her animal book. He rests his little paws on the pages,
and appears very much interested, especially in the pictures
of monkeys. One might almost say that he understood the
pictures and the descriptions, but of course he does not.


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A PROUD HORSE.
This noble horse is unwilling to carry the sack of grain.
He would be willing to carry a soldier into battle, but he
thinks it beneath him to carry the grain to the mill. So
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HOW TO STOP DONKEYS' BRAYING.
Chinamen have hit upon a queer way to keep donkeys
from braying. It is a well-known fact that when donkeys
bray they raise their tails; so the Chinamen tie large
stones to the donkeys' tails, and thus they are unable to
bray. Chinamen are very smart in some -things.


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Monkeys are very mischievous, and sometimes very
troublesome. This little fellow tumbled into a bowl of
treacle. It was with great difficulty and much washing
that his master removed the sticky stuff. The monkey
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What a destructive puppy this is! He has torn a
book all to pieces, and also part of a dress. He has a
slipper in his mouth, the toe of which he has already
chewed off. His mistress will be very angry when she
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OUR PET RABBIT.
Did you ever see a rabbit with such long ears? He
is called a lop-eared rabbit, because his ears lop over so
much. He is a great pet of ours, and lives in the house.
The cat does not like him, and always humps up her
back and spits at him.


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