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will begin in the February Number, and run through the year, entitled “April Hopes,” a story of American social life, located in Boston. A humorous novelette, in three parts, by BLANCHE WILLIS How ARD, entitled “Tony, The Maid,” illustrated by C. S. REINHART, will appear after the conclusion of Mr. BLACKMoRE’s “Springhaven.” There will also appear during the year Short Stories by CoNSTANCE FENIMORE Woodson, SARAH ORNE JEWETT, KATE FIELD, BARNET PHILLIPs, H. H. Boy ESEN, GRANT ALLEN, GEORGE PARSONS LA. THROP, Trioxt As N. PAGE, R. M. Johnston, and other eminent writers; and many of these stories will be illustrated.

IMPORTANT ILLUSTRATED PAPERS similar to those published during the past year on the Produce Exchange of New York, the English and American Navies, Krupp's Gun-making Establishment, United States Naval Artillery, etc., will continue to be a special feature of the Magazine, Sir EDWARD REED's articles on “The Navies of the Continent” will appear in the January and February Numbers, and Dr. WHEAT LEY's articles on “The New York Police Department” in the March Number. W. D. How ELLs will contribute two descriptive papers, entitled “A Swiss Sojourn,” illustrated by C. S. REINHART; Archdeacon F. W. FARRAR, an illustrated article, entitled “America's Share in Westminster Abbey;” THEoboro CHILD, an illustrated article on “Pari

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lustrated by Joseph PENNELL; Dr. RICHARP.WHEATHEY, an illustrated article on “Home Rule in the Isle of Man;” Bishop John F. HURST, three papers on India; Dr.W. T. GREENE, a paper on “The Keeping of Birds,” illustrated by A. F. LYDON; ALICE WELLINGTON Roi, LINs, a paper on Yellowstone Park, entitled “The Three Tetons,” illustrated by FENN, GRAHAM, and WELDON ; JANE MEADE WELCH, an illustrated article on “The Neighborhood of the International Park” (Niagara); Captain CHARLEs KING, an article on “Cadet Life at West Point;” HowARD PYLE, two papers, entitled “Buccaneers and Marooners,” illustrated from the author's drawings; H. P. WELLs, illustrated papers on “Moose - Hunting” and “The Woodland Caribou.” CHARLEs H. FARNHAM's series of Canadian papers will be continued. “Great American Industries,” conducted by R. R. Bow KER, will be “A Sheet of Paper” and “A Printed Book.” Among the subjects for illustrated papers on American cities will be Chattanooga, Savannah, Kansas City, Denver, and Santa Barbara.

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illustrations of Wordsworth's Sonnets. Articles on “The Comedie Française,” “Recent French Sculptors,” and “Limoges,” will be contributed by THEODORE CHILD, and a paper on “Spanish Art,” by EDWARD B. PRESCOTT. A paper of especial interest will be contributed by W. M. LAFFIN, on “Our Artists Resident Abroad "(Abbey, Boughton, Parsons, Reinhart, and others), with portraits by L. Alma-Tadema, P. A. J. Dagnan, John S. Sargent, Charles Gregory, and other eminent artists. HENRY JAMES, Jun., will contribute an illustrated paper on John S. Sargent. An illustrated paper, entitled “A Study of Old Satsuma,” will be contributed by Edward S.


We are living in an industrial era which, in the complexity and vastness of its organization, is the result of the railway and the telegraph; and we appear to have reached a point when it must be determined whether the difficult and now pressing social problems incident to such an era shall be solved by the intelligence of the country, impelled by justice, or by its ignorance, impelled by violence. Popular discussion of these problems becomes therefore imperative; and it is natural that it should first of all settle upon the railway system — at once the organ of an immense public service and the initial type of modern corporate enterprise. Dr. RICHARD T. ELY's articles upon this subject have awakened general discussion, and the inquiry already entered upon will be continued in other articles from competent writers during the coming year, covering every phase of the subject which is of public interest. Dr. ELY's further “Social Studies” will be resumed in due time.


A series of articles on Mexico will be contributed by CHARLEs DUDLEY WARNER, and important Health Papers by Dr. ANDREw WILSON and Dr. T. M. CoAN. Articles by E. P. Ross, completing the “Home Acre” series, and treating of Floriculture, will appear in early Numbers.


of the MAGAZINE, will continue to meet the highest requirements of contemporary culture, GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIs contributing the Easy Chair, W. D. How ELLs the Study, and CHARLEs DUDLEY WARNER conducting the Drawer.




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in its various applications as a motive power, EXPLOSIVES, etc., will be the subjects of a group of illustrated articles of great practical and popular interest, by leading authorities upon these topics.

of special importance will be those on the Campaign of Waterloo, by JOHN C. ROPES ; on “The Man at Arms,” by E. H. BLASHFIELD ; two papers by EDWARD L. WILSON, illustrating results of recent

Egyptian research; a further article by WILLIAM F. APTHORP, on a subject connected with his recent contribution on Wagner; Dr. SARGENT'S papers on physical development will be continued, also Prof. SHALER'S articles on the surface of the earth, both being admirably illustrated.


will be, as during the past year, an especially noticeable and individual feature. They will include papers by AUGUSTINE BIRRELL, author of “Obiter Dicta;" some further articles by W. C. BROWNELL; articles by Prof. WILLIAM JAMES,


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