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The Impromptn Caucas.
Inside the Hall........
Halberdier (Emperor's Body-guard)..
The Emperor and Staff..
Uhlan (One-year Volunteers).
..Howard Pyle 586
..Cyril Humphreys-Davenport, F.S.A. 286
BOY ORATOR OF Zepata CITY, THE. A STORY. (Illustrated)..
CAPTAIN JOHN (1814). A STORY...........
COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION.-See "Fair, The Designers of the."
COLUMBUS With Map.) See also "Baptismal Font,
The, of America."
.....Anna C. Brackett 577
"Mon Repos," Summer Residence of the King
Jim and Old Sne (Thomas Nelson Page; Illustration
by A. B. Frost), 157. Farmer Tompkins and the Cyclo-
pædia (John Kendrick Bangs), 158. Unpleasantly like
(Illustration by W. H. Hyde), 159. Terry and his Rev-
erence, 159. A clever Motto, 159. The Habit of the
Humorist, 160. A fortunate Escape, 160. The Electric
Way (Charles Dudley Warner; Illustration by C. D.
Gibson), 161. On an Orator, 162. Looked safer, 162.
Relius (Thomas Nelson Page; Illustration by A. B.
Frost), 320. A modest Contributor (William Henry
Siviter), 321. Destitute, 322. Silas Peters on Educa-
tion, 322. From Kentucky (William J. Hoster), 322.
Sunday Papers in Summer (Illustration by Frank O.
Small), 323. He knew, 323. Wouldn't do, 323. Right
at Home, 324. Native Thrift (Gustav Kobbé), 324. An
Anecdote of Washington (G. A. Lyon, Jun.), 324. The
Lady's Choice (Thomas Nelson Page; Initial Insura-
tion by A. B. Frost), 482. Where are They? (John Ken-
drick Bange), 483. Not Himself (David Ker), 484. A
Fish Story, 484. A well-managed Hotel, 484. A Sug-
gestion (Illustration by W. T. Smedley), 485. A Tribute,
485. An Experiment wanted, 485. For Parents only
(J. M. Barrie), 485. For Humanity's Sake, 486. All the
Geography a Nigger needs to Know (Thomas Nelson
Page; Illustration by A. B. Frost), 642. What's in a
Name? 643. The model Galley-Slave, 643. An Expen-
sive Lamp Shade (William Henry Siviter), 644. Colonel
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.
..Constance Fenimore Woolson 351
In the Grounds of the new Villa of the Empress
H. and the Roman Beggar, 644. Ile of Erin(John Paul),
644. On the best Authority, 644. A Request (Illustra-
tion by A. E. Sterner), 645. Misplaced Bragging, 645.
The Ungentlemanly Mr. Scrod (Tom P. Morgan), 646.
Consoling Thought (Illustration by Frank O. Small),
647. To a Tragedian, 648. An unfair Advantage (B. C.
Moore), 648. Mr Peters complains (John Kendrick
Bangs), 648. The most Worthless Man in our Class
(Thomas Nelson Page; Illustration by A. B. Frost), S04.
An Assurance, 805. A wonderful Experience, 805.
remarkable Statement, 806. Perilla's P.S. (Carlyle
Smith), 806. Moral Proportion, 806. The Paralysis of
Parker, 806. Subtle Criticism (Illustration by Frank O.
Small), 807. The legal Congh, 80s. An Object-lesson
in Futility, 808. A very agreeable young Lady (Illustra-
tion by Albert E. Sterner), 809. A Criticism, 809. The
Inspiration of a famous Line, 809. The Hop Wadkins
Case (Tom P. Morgan), 810. The True Story of the Sur-
render of the Marquis Cornwallis (Thomas Nelson Page;
Illustration by A. B. Frost), 968. Broad Views, 969.
Thanksgiving Day, 970. Scaggs's Mare Polly, 970. At
our Boarding-house (Illustration by W. H. Hyde), 971.
Every Man his own Newspaper, 971. Too quick (Clif-
ford Trembly), 972. Not available as an Interpreter (C.
B. Moore), 972. Branched Out (Illustration by A. B.
Mr. Thomas Hardy's new Novel, 152. A Polish Mas-
terpiece, 153. A Southern Man of Letters, 153. The
History of David Grieve, 154. Fiction stranger than
Truth, 155. "Local Color," 155. Deformity in Fiction,
314. Views of New England Life, 315. Two American
Novels, 316. Dr. Amelia B. Edwards, 317. A Contribu-
tion to American Literary History, 318. Schopenhauer
in Fin-de-Siècle Fiction, 476. The downward Tendency
in Realism, 476. Spiritualization of Thought in France,
477. A Forest Idyl, 478. The Permanency of a Literary
Centre, 479. Professor Fiske's Discovery of America,
480. Duality of Nature in certain Authors, 636. The
imperfect Distribution of Books, 637. The Evolution
of the daily Newspaper, and its Effect on some Preju-
dices in the World of Letters, 639. Mr. Montgomery
Schuyler's Studies in American Architecture, 640. Sum-
mer Books and Summer Readers, 798. Some Views of
the latter respecting realistic Fiction, 799. Tracts dis-
guised as Novels, 799. Substance without Style and
Style without Substance, 800. An anonymous agnostic
Novel, 801. "David Grieve," 801. Valdés's "Faith,"
801. Pierre Loti's Novels, 801. Zola's "La Débâcle,"
802. The Responsibilities of Literature, 962. Moral
EDUCATION IN THE WEST..........
EFFERATI FAMILY, THE. A STORY. (Illustrated)......
ELEPHANTS, WILD, THE CAPTURE OF, IN MYSORE.....
BOOKS MENTIONED IN THE EDITOR'S STUDY.-Beaure-
paire's The Foresters, 478. Edwards's Pharaohs, Fel-
lahs, and Explorers, 317. Eggleston's Faith Doctor,
317. Fiske's The Discovery of America, 480. From the
Books of Laurence Hutton, 966. Garland's Main Trav-
elled Roads, 152. Goodyear's Grammar of the Lotus,
318. Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, and a Group of
Noble Dames, 152. Howells's The Quality of Mercy, 316.
Hutton's Literary Landmarks, 967. Grace King's Mon-
sieur Motte, and Tales of a Time and Place, 156. Loti's
Madame Chrysanthème and other Works, 801. Mel-
ville's Typee, 802. Meredith's The Tragic Comedians,
155. Schuyler's Studies in American Architecture, 640.
Sienkiewicz's The Deluge, and Fire and Sword, 153.
Smyth's The Philadelphia Magazines, 318. Tolstoï's
Works, 637. Trent's Life of William Gillmore Simms,
153. Valdés's Faith, 801. Wagner's Jeunesse, 965. Mrs.
Ward's David Grieve, 154, 801. Zola's La Débâcle, 802.
.President Charles F. Thwing 715
.Thomas A. Janvier 763
.R. Caton Woodville 290
In the Homestead " Library..
"Gone away" over Caneseraga..
In at the Death..
Henry Loomis Nelson 240
Edward S. Martin 511
Roumanian Peasants selling Flowers and Fruit 274
Loading Grain at Braila..
Hills near Matchin..
FROM THE BLACK FOREST TO THE BLACK SEA.-(Continued.)
Windmills at Toultcha..
A late Camp......
Fishing-hut among the Reeds.
Moldavian Peasants-A windy Day in the Delta 464
FRONTISPIECES:-The Mourning Athene, from the Acropolis, 2. Reading the Declaration
before Washington's Army, New York, July 9, 1776, 164. Ernest Renan in his Study at
the College de France, 326. "In Full Cry," 488. Sorcery, 650.
my Mariette!" 812.
FROST, A. B..........
"Forgive me, my own,
A. B. Frost...
A Game of Checkers..
Some Studies of a Gentleman putting down a
FUNERAL ORATIONS IN STONE And Word......
GEORGIA. See “Salzburger Exiles, The, in Georgia.”
GOLD-WORK, ANCIENT.-See "Ancient Gold-work."
HONEY-DEW PICNIC, A. (Illustrated)................................
HOW KENTUCKY BECAME A STATE.......
HOW THE DECLARATION WAS RECEIVED IN THE OLD THIRTEEN
Fishing Station on the Black Sea..
Turkish sailing Lotka, Sulina...
Roumanian Sailors at the "Cordon ".
The last Toilet in Camp..
By the Black Sea..
At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania..
At Princeton, New Jersey.
At Dover, Delaware..
In New York (at Headquarters)..
At Boston, Massachusetts...
HULL, COMMODore Isaac, The Birthplace of.......
"Durn them Hens!".
Mosque El-Khiff-Camp of the Egyptian Pil-
Pilgrims round the Kaaba in the Mecca Mosque 819
ITALIAN ARMY, THE...................................
Also Eight other Illustrations.
At Williamsburg, Virginia..
At Halifax, North Carolina.
At Baltimore, Maryland...
At Charleston, South Carolina..
At Savannah, Georgia.....
The Monument to Joseph Hull, Long Hill Ceme-
tery, Huntington, erected by his Son Isaac. 33
House where Isaac Hull was born......
T. Mitchell Prudden 370
Mosque of Medina, containing the Prophet's
.........Jane De Forest Shelton 30
UNITED STATES.-Beale, T., appointed Minister to
Greece, 803. Bering Sea Seal Fisheries Dispute with
Great Britain, 156, 319. Bills passed by Congress, 156,
3:9, 481, 641, 803. Blaine, James G., Resignation of,
451; his Successor, 641. Brown, D. R, Governor of
Rhode Island, 156. Buffalo, New York, Strike of Switch-
men at, 803. Chinese, Bill for the Exciusion of the, 156,
319. Cholera in New York Bay, 967. Cleveland, G.,
rominated for President, 641. Cœur d'Alene Mines,
Strike and Riot at the, 803. Congress, Acts of, 156, 319,
451, 641, 803. Conventions, National, 481, 641. Cool-
ize, T. J., appointed Minister to France, 319. Cowboys,
Lawlessness of, in Wyoming, 319. Democratic National
Convention, 641. Earthquake in California, 319. Ex-
parts of the United States, 319. Foster, John W., Secre-
tary of State, 641. Foster, M. J., Governor of Louisiana,
3:9. Governor, Elections of-in Rhode Island, 156; in
Louisiana, 319; in Arkansas, 967; in Vermont, 967; in
Maine, 967. Governors, Nominations for, 319. Grant,
U. S., Monument to, in Riverside Park, New York, 319.
Harrison, B., nominated for President, 481. Hepburn,
A. B., Comptroller of the Currency, 803. Homestead,
Pennsylvania, Strike and Riot at, 641, 803. Hunton, E.,
Senator from Virginia, 481. Italy, Diplomatic Relations
resumed with, 319. Lands in the West opened for Set-
tlement, 319. Mills, R. Q, United States Senator from
Texas, 156. New Orleans, The Lynching of Italians
at, 319. New York City, Population of, 319. Peo-
ple's Party, National Convention of the, 641. Platforms
of the Political Parties, 451, 641. Prohibitionists, Na-
tional Convention of, 641. Reid, Whitelaw, nominated
for Vice-President, 481. Republican National Conven-
tion, 481. Senators, Elections of-from Texas, 156; from
Virginia, 481. Shiras, George, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court of the United States, 803. Silver Bill
(Stewart) passed by the Senate, 641; rejected by the
House, 803. Sisseton Indians, Opening the Reservation
of the, 319. Snowden, A. L, Minister to Spain, 803.
Sperry, W. R., Minister to Persia, 803. Steamships, Bill
for the Registering of as United States Vessels, 319.
Strikes: at Homestead, Pennsylvania, 641, 803; in Ida-
ho, 803; at Buffalo, New York, 803, 967. Tennessee,
Miners' Rebellion in, S03, 967. Treaties with Spain and
France, 156; with Nicaragua, 156; with Great Britain,
156 White, A. D., Minister to Russia, 803. World's
Fair, Appropriation for, by Congress, 803. Wyoming,
Cowboy Outrages in, 319.
FOREIGN-Belgium, Elections in, 641; Anarchists in,
MR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN GISH'S BALL. A STORY. (Illustrated)..
OLD ENGLISH DRAMATISTS, THE. (See also "Webster," "Marlowe,"
," "Beaumont and Fletcher," "Massinger and Ford ").
OREGON.—See "Wyeth, Nathaniel J., and the Struggle for Oregon.”
PARIS ALONG THE SEINE.........
319. Bulgaria, Conspiracy in, 319. France, Anarchists in,
156, 319; Agreement with Great Britain, 156. Great Bri
tain: British Parliament dissolved, 641; Election of new
Parliament, 803; New British Cabinet, 803; Agreement
with France concerning the Newfoundland Fisher-
ies, 156. Italy: Renewal of diplomatic Relations with
the United States, 319; Resignation of Cabinet, 319;
New Cabinet, 481. Russia, Cholera in, 803, 967. Spain:
Anarchists in, 156, 319; Celebration of Columbus's Voy-
age of Discovery, 803; Riots in Barcelona, 481. South
America: Argentine Republic, State of Siege in, 157.
Brazil: Revolution in, 157; Quiet restored in, 319; Ex-
tension of President Peixoto's Term of Office, 641.
Venezuela, Revolution in, 157. Africa: War in Da-
homey, 319; Battle with Jebus, West Africa, 481; Chol-
era in Egypt, 481.
DISASTERS.-Avalanche at St.-Gervais-les-Bains,
France, 803. Breaking down of a Bridge in Kentucky,
641. Capsizing of a Boat at Peoria, Illinois, 803. Cap-
sizing of a Raft in Austrian Galicia, 319. Explosion at
Mare Island Navy-yard, 481. Lightning in Harbor of
Blaye, France, 641. Railroad Accident in Massachu-
setts, 967. Volcanic Eruption in the Dutch East In-
dies, 803. Wreck of a Sloop in the River Claire, Anam,
319. By Fire: At Tokio, Japan, 319; at Srinagar,
Cashmere, 481; at Oil City and Titusville, Pennsylva
nia, 481; at St. John's Newfoundland, 641. By Floods:
In Mississippi, 157, 319; in Iowa, 481; in the Mississippi
Valley, 481; at Oil City and Titusville, Pennsylvania, 481.
In Mines: Near Charleroi, Belgium, 157; at Roslyn,
Washington, 319; at Przibram, Bohemia, 481; at York
Farm Collieries, Pennsylvania, 803. At Sea: Wreck of
the Earl of Aberdeen, 481; of the Alexander Wolcow,
481; of the Solimoes, 481; of the Ajax, 803; of the Thra-
cian, 967; of the Auglia, 967; of the Western Reserve,
967. By Storms: In Kansas, 157, 481; in Mauritius, 481.
OBITUARY.-Agnew, D. Hayes, 157. Astor, William, 319.
Barbour, John S., 481. Bungay, George W., 641. Clark,
M. H., 967. Cook, Rose Terry, 803. Curtis, George
William, 967. Denver, General J. W., S03. Dillon, Sid-
ney, 481. Dougherty, Daniel, 967. Dwight, Theodore W.,
641. Edwards, Amelia B., 319. Field, Cyrus W., 641.
Fonseca, General da, 967. Freeman, Edward A., 157.
Hubner, Baron, 803. Lothrop, D., 157. Mackenzie, Álex-
ander, 319. Murray, John, 157. Osgood, James R., 481.
Parsons, T. W., 967. Pollard, Josephine, 803. Porter,
Judge J. K., 319. Smith, Roswell, 319. Trowbridge, W.
P., 803. Whitman, Walt, 157. Whittier, John G., 967.
M. E. M. Daris 940
James Russell Lowell 75
The Apple Market.
Bassin de la Villette..