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NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. .

VOLUME LXXXV.

JUNE TO NOVEMBER. 132.

NEW YORK:

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS,

325 to 337 PEARL STREET,

TRANKLIN SCUARE.

361

CORFU AND THE IONIAN SEA.......

..Constance Fenimore Woolson 351

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Head-piece..

351 “Mon Repos," Summer Residence of the King

The Palace.

352

of Greece

360

University of the Ionian Islands..

352 In the Grounds of the new Villa of the Empress

Small Temple, Memorial to Sir Thomas Mait-

of Austria....

land

352 King George of Greece..

362

Statue of Capo d'Istria..

353 Queen Olga of Greece.

363

Part of the Town of Corfu..

355 Albanian Male Costume..

364

The Tomb of Menekrates..

356 Albanian Female Costume.

365

Village of Pelleka.....

357 Gala Costume, Corfu.

366

The Islet called “The Ship of Ulysses

359 Olive Grove, Corfu..

367

CURTIS, GEORGE WILLIAM. IN MEMORIAM.......

958
Czar's WESTERN FRONTIER, THE........

.Poultney Bigelow 255

DANUBE, THE.See “From the Black Forest to the Black Sea."

DEATH-MASKS, A COLLECTION OF..

......Laurence Hutton 619,781, 904

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Dante...

619 Antonio Canova..

788

Tasso..

621 Richard Brinsley Sheridan..

789

Shakespeare-Stratford Bust.

622 Thomas Moore

790

Shakespeare, from the Kesselstadt Mask. 622 Edin und Burke

791

David Garrick..

623 John Philpot Curran,

791

Edmund Kean.

624 Jonathan Swift..

792

John McCullough.

624 Walter Scott...

792

Dion Boucicault.

625 Robert Burns..

793

Lawrence Barrett

625 King Robert the Bruce..

793

Queen Lonise of Prussia.

626 Napoleon Bonaparte

904

Madame Malibran..

626 Oliver Cromwell.

905

Beethoven

627 Napoleon III.

905

Schiller

627 Henry IV. of France.

906

Mendelssohn

628 Charles XII. of Sweden..

907

Marat....

629 Frederick the Great.

908

Mirabeau

629

U. S. Grant..

909

Robespierre..

630 George Washington-Houdon's Mask.

910

Sir Isaac Newton..

630 Benjamin Franklin.

910

Ben Caunt, Prize-fighter..

631 W. T. Sherman.

911

William Makepeace Thackeray..

781

Aaron Burr..

912

Thomas Chalmers...

782 Thomas Paine

912

Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

783 Daniel Webster

913

William Wordsworth..

784 Henry Clay..

914

Samuel Johnson..

785 John C. Calhoun..

914

John Keats...

766

Abraham Lincoln

916

Jeremy Bentham..

787 Lord Brougham.....

916

Benjamin Robert Haydon..

787 Florida Negro Boy...

916

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.-See “How the Declaration was Received in the old

Thirteen."
DECORATION DAY. A STORY...

.Sarah Orne Jewett 84

DRAMATISTS, THE OLD ENGLISH.—See "Old English Dramatists, The.”

DU MAURIER, GEORGE, ILLUSTRATIONS BY:—“The Disappointments of Lion Hunting,"

308; “Domestic Economy,” 470; “An unpleasant Social Duty,” 632; “Quite Harmless,"

794; “Flunkyana,” 956.

EDITOR'S DRAWER.

Jim and Old Sue (Thomas Nelson Page; Illustration H. and the Roman Beggar, 644. Ile of Erin'(John Paul),

by A. B. Frost), 157. Farmer Tompkins and the Cyclo- 644. On the best Authority, 644. A Request (Illustra-
pædia (John Kendrick Bangs), 158. Unpleasantly like tion by A. E. Sterner), 645. Misplaced Bragging, 645.
(Illustration by W. H. Hyde), 169. Terry and his Rev. The Ungentlemanly Mr. Scrod (Tom P. Morgan), 646.
erence, 159. X clever Motto, 159. The Habit of the Consoling Thought (Illustration by Frank 0. Small),
Humorist, 160. A fortunate Escape, 160. The Electric 647. To a Tragedian, 648. An unfair Advantage (B. C.
Way (Charles Dudley Warner; Illustration by C. D. Moore), 648. Mr. Peters complains (John Kendrick
Gibson), 161. On an Orator, 162. Looked safer, 162. Bangs), 648. The most Worthless Man in our Class
Relius Thomas Nelson Page; Illustration by A. B. (Thomas Nelson Page; Ilustration by A. B. Frost), 804.
Frost), 320. A modest Contributor (William Henry An Assurance, 805. A wonderful Experience, 805. A
Siviter), 321. Destitute, 322. Silas Peters on Educa- remarkable Statement, 806. Perilla's P.S. (Carlyle
tion, 322. From Kentucky (William J. Hoster), 322. Smith), 806. Moral Proportion, 806. The Paralysis of
Sunday Papers in Summer (Illustration by Frank 0. Parker, 806. Subtle Criticism (Illustration by Frank O.
Small), 323." He knew, 323. Wouldn't do, 323. Right Small), 807. The legal Congh, 80s. An Object-lesson
at Home, 324. Native Thrift (Gustav Kobbo), 324. An in Futility, 808. A very agreeable young Lady

(Illustra-

Anecdote of Washington (G. A. Lyon, Jun.), 324. The tion by Albert E. Sterner), 809. A Criticism, 809. The

Lady's Choice (Thomas Nelson Page; Initial Illustra- Inspiration of a famous Line, 809. The Hop Wadkins

tion by A. B. Frost), 482. Where are They? (John Ken- Case (Tom P. Morgan), 810. The True Story of the Sar-

drick Bangs), 483. Not flimself (David Ker), 484. A render of the Marquis Cornwallis (Thomas Nelson Page;

Fish Story, 484. A well-managed Hotel, 484. A Sug. Illustration by A. B. Frost), 968. Broad Views, 969.

gestion (Illustration by W. T. Smedley), 485. A Tribute, Thanksgiving Day, 970. Scaggs's Mare Polly, 970. At

485. An Experiment wanted, 485. For Parents only our Boarding-house (Illustration by W. H. Hyde), 971.

(J. M. Barrie), 485. For Humanity's Sake, 486. All the Every Man his own Newspaper, 971. Too quick (Clif-

Geography & Nigger needs to Know (Thomas Nelson ford Trembly), 972. Not available as an Interpreter (C.

Page; Illustration by A. B. Frost), 642. What's in a B. Moore), 972. Branched Out (Illustration by A. B.

Name? 643. The model Galley-Slave, 643. An Expen- Frost), 972.

sive Lamp Shade (William Henry Siviter), 644. Colonel

EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

The Maid and the Wit, 147. A defective Theory, 148. the Grant Monument, 475. Nominating Conventions

of

The Hamilton Trees, 149. The Park and the Public, the Future, 633. The Fidler Type of Englishman, 634.
150. Of Wolves and Lambs, 309. The old Literary Nothing so rare as a June Day in June, 635. Some
Capital, 310. The Summer Season of the Amusement Words about the Easy Chair, 795. The larger Uses of
Coinpany, 311. The Philharmonic Semicentenary, 313. the College, 795. The Celebration of the Discovery of
Mother Goose and Morality, 471. Politics and Fair America, 797. A Pa for Christmas, 957.
Play, 472. A National Convention, 473. New York and

Editor's STUDY.

Mr. Thomas Hardy's new Novel, 152. A Polish Mas- Recklessness of Fiction, 962. Results of the downward

terpiece, 153. A Southern Man of Letters, 153. The Tendency of Realism, 964. M. Charles Wagner's Jelle

History of David Grieve, 164. Fiction stranger than nesse and the Reaction in France against the material-

Truth, 155. “Local Color," 155. Deformity in Fiction, istic Spirit, 965. The Works of Mr. Laurence Hutton,

314. Views of New England Life, 315. Two American 966.

Novels, 316. Dr. Amelia B. Edwards, 317. A Contribu- BOOKS MENTIONED IN THE Editor's Study.Beanre-

tion to American Literary History, 318. Schopenhaner paire's The Foresters, 478. Edwards's Pharaohs, Fel-

in Fin-de-Siècle Fiction, 476. The downward 'l'endency lahs, and Explorers, 317. Eggleston's Faith Doctor,

in Realism, 476. Spiritualization of Thought in France, 317. Fiske's The Discovery of America, 480. From the

477. A Forest Idyl, 478. The Permanency of a Literary Books of Laurence Hutton, 966. Garland's Main Trav-

Centre, 479. Professor Fiske's Discovery of America, elled Roads, 152. Goodyear's Grammar of the Lotus,

480. Duality of Nature in certain Authors, 636. The 318. Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles, and a Group of

imperfect Distribution of Books, 637. The Evolntion Noble Damer, 152. Howells's The Quality of Mercy, 316.

of the daily Newspaper, and its Effect on some Preju. Jutton's Literary Landmarks, 967. Grace King's Mon-

dices in the World of Letters, 639. Mr. Montgomery sieur Motte, and Tales of a Time and Place, 156. Loti's

Schuyler's Studies in American Architecture, 640. Sum- Madame Chrysanthème and other Works, 801. Mel-

mer Books and Summer Readers, 798. Some Views of ville's Typec, 802. Meredith's The Tragic Comedians,

the latter respecting realistic Fiction, 799. Tracts dis- 155. Schuyler's Studies in American Architecture, 640.

gaised as Novels, 799. Substance without Style and Sienkiewicz's The Deluge, and Fire and Sword, 153.

Style without Substance, 800. An anonymous agnostic Smyth's The Philadelphia Magazines, 318. Tolstoi's
Novel, 801. “ David Grieve,', 801. Valdés's “Faith," Works, 637. Trent's Life of William Gillmore Simms,
801. Pierre Loti's Novels, 801. Zola's “La Débâcle," 153. Valdés's Faith, 801. Wagner's Jeunesse, 965. Mrs.

802. The Responsibilities of Literature, 962. Moral Ward's David Grieve, 154, 801. Zola's La Débâcle, 802.
EDUCATION IN THE WEST...

.President Charles F. Thwing 715
EFFERATI FAMILY, THE. A STORY. (Illustrated)...

Thomas A. Janvier 763

ELEPHANTS, Wilr, THE CAPTURE OF, IN MYSORE.......

R. Caton Woodrille 290

.. 877

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Initial

290 The young Tusker creeps under the Gate... 298

The great Camp near the Kheddah..

291 The big Female gives over to Despair.

299

On the Road to the Kheddah.

293 An interesting Calf.....

301

The Maharajah cuts the Rope.

294 The fighting Tusker “Jung Behadur" at Work 302

The Dinner in the Mess Tent.

295 Leading Home the Captives....

303

Trapped at last.....

297 A Herd in the Forest at early Morning... 305

FAIR, THE DESIGNERS OF THE....

.F. D. Millet 872

ILLUSTRATIONS.

D. H. Burnham, Chief of Construction..... 872 George B. Post, Architect of the Manufactures

Frederick Law Olmsted, Landscape Architect.. 873

and Liberal Arts Building...

Henry Van Brunt, Architect of the Electricity

Louis H. Sullivan, Architect of the Transporta-

Bnilding

873

tion Building

878

Richard M. Hunt, Architect of the Administra-

Francis M. Whitehouse, Architect of the Choral

tion Building

874

Building..

879

Charles F. McKim, Architect of the Agriculta-

S. S. Beman, Architect of the Mines and Mining

ral Bnilding....

875

Building

S80

Charles B. Atwood, Designer-in-chief, Archi-

Henry Sargent Codman, Landscape Architect.. 881

tect of the Galleries of Fine Arts, etc...... 875 Sophia G. Hayden, Architect of the Woman's

W.L. B. Jenney, Architect of the Horticultural

Building

882

Building

876 Henry Ives Cobb, Architect of the Fish and

Fisheries Building.

883

FEDERAL POWER, THE GROWTH OF THE...

Henry Loomis Nelson 240

Fox-HUNTING IN THE GENESEE VALLEY...

.. Edward S. Martin 511

ILLUSTRATIONS.

"In Full Cry".....
488 Drawing Cover....

516
Head-piece.....
511 In the “Homestead" Library.

519
A Meet at Bleak Honse.
513 “Gone away" over Caneseraga..

521
The Queen of the Hout..
515 In at the Death...

523
FROM LEOPOLD'S WINDOW. A STORY.....

Katharine Pearson Toods 106

FROM THE BLACK FOREST TO THE BLACK SEA.........

.F. D. Millet 126, 261, 454

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Semendria

127 Turkish Sailing Ships...

264

Rama

128 Bulgarian Village

265

Golnbác

129 On the Bulgarian Shore, near Rahova.

266

The Kasan Defile.
131 Bulgarian Buffalo Cart..

267
Remains of Trajan's Road near Orsova.. 133 Turkish Flat-boat..

267
Ronmanian Picket Guard..

134
Turkish Women at Sistova..

265
Remains of Trajan's Bridge, Turn Severin..... 135 Old Mosque, Rustchuk.

269

Servian Fishing-canoes..

135

Mosque in Silistria....

270

Drawing Water for the Camp, Brza Palanka... 136 Peasants on the Roumanian Shore.

271

Carrying Water for the Camp, Brza Palanka... 137 Hirsova....

271

Servian Militia-Brza Palanka..

In Silistria..

272

"Our Guard "-Servian Militia Camp.
139 Gura Ghirlitza

273
Massing of Servian Troops on the Bulgarian

Roumanian Peasants selling Flowers and Fruit 274
Frontier

140
Loading Grain at Braila..

275

Building a House in Servia.

141

Hills near Matchin..

278

House at Radujevác...

142
Gypsy Camp at Galatz..

276

Roumanian Peasant Girl.

143

Galatz

455

Camp opposite Kalafat..

144
Peasants of the Delta

456
Bulgarian Fisherman-Basket-making. 145 Dredging in the Delta.

457
In Widdin...

261
"Toultcha...

458
Turks at Widdin.

262
1 Chatal St. George..

459
Bolgarian Peasant Types.
263 Russian Picket Post.

460
Becalmed
264 Kilia....

461

138

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