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DU CHAILLU, PAUL, AGAIN..........

............ Alfred H. Guernsey 164

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Lying Low for Elephants ...........

The Snake-Charmer .....

Parrot Island .....

165 March of Bashikouay Ants ................ 170

Encounter with a Leopard ......

166

A Royal Reception

...... 171

In the Creek of Snakes.

167 An African War-Dance

..... 172

Charming the Squirrel ........

16S Interior of the Njambai-House

173

The Bashikouay Ant......

169 Good-by to the Bakalais ....

174

EARTHQUAKES OF 1868, THE GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN ...........E. G. Squier 603

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Church of St. Anne after the Earthquake... 603 Iquique, Peru..

......... 615

Volcano of Cotopaxi......

........ 604

The Cordilleras of Ecuador ................ 616

Indians of Arequipa ......

609 Quito, Capital of Ecuador, from the North.. 617

City of Moquegua, Peru, ....

610

Water-carriers of Quito.................... 618

Chart of Harbor, Arica......

611 Ibarra, Ecuador ...........

620

Arica, Peru, from the North................ 619 El Altar, Volcano, Ecuador.................

U. S. war steamer “Wateree" stranded .... 614
EARTHQUAKE, THE LANDS OF THE..............

........Eugene Lawrence 466

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Destruction of Pompeii ..........

......... 466

Eruption of Cotopaxi, 1741........ ........ 474
Eruption of Vesuvius in 1737............... 468 Earthquake at Messina, 1783 ................ 478
The Great Geyser..........................

... 469 Calabrians engulphed by Crevasses, 1783... 479
Barren Island near Sumatra...

471 Mount Erebus, an Arctic Volcano .......... 480
Submarine Eruption.....

472
EBBING ...

......... Carl Spencer 555

EDITOR'S BOOK TABLE.

Miss Dickenson's What Answer, 148. Mildred, Nobleman, 564. Madame Beaupré, 564. The Gates

149. The Woman's Kingdom, 149. Sol Smith's Ajar, 505. The Conscript, 565. Half-Century with

Theatrical Management, 149. Hale's Of Yes and Juvenile Delinquents, 565. Zell's Popular Encyclo-

Perhaps, 149. Longfellow's New England Trage- pedia, 505. Cave's Drawing without a Master, 566.

dies. 150. Kinglake's Invasion of the Crimea, 150. Abbott's Mexico and the United States, 706. Bald.

Abbott's Napoleon III., 150. Irving's Conquest of win's Pre-Historic Nations, 706. Wilson's Life of

Florida, 150. Helps's Spanish Conquest, 181. Ba- Halleck, 707. Mills's Life of John Carter, 708.

deau's Military History of Grant, 151. Richard- Conybeare and Howson on St. Paul, 709. Cowles's

son's Personal History of Grant, 151. M'Cook's Di. Commentary on Isaiah, 709. Lillie's Lectures on

vine Government, 152. Moehler's Symbolism, 152. Peter, 709. Dodge's Evidences of Christianity, 709.

Barves's Commentaries, 152. Henry Ward Beech- Ecce Cælum, 709. Hall's Alphabet of Geology, 710.

er's Sermons, 152. Furness's Unconscious Truths Gray's Botany, 710. Bellows's How not to be Sick,
of the Four Gospels, 153. Greeley's Recollections 710. Her Majesty's Tower, 711. Day's Eng
of a Busy Life, 153. Kip's Unnoticed things of Literature, 711. The Comic Blackstone, 711. Scott's
Scripture, 153. Jones's Life Scenes from the Old Fishing in American Waters, 850. The Countess
Testament, 153. Eminent Women of the Age, 153. Guiccioli's Recollections of Lord Byron, 850. Mary
Dickens's Christmas Carol, 274. Darley's Sketches Preston's Studies on Shakspeare, 850. French's
with Pen and Pencil, 274. Holland's Kathrina, 274. First Lessons in Numbers: Elementary Arithmetic:
Michelet's Bird, 274. Wood-side and Sea-side, 275. Common School Arithmetic, 851. The Illustrated
Abbott's Life of Christ, 275. Albert Durer's Little Library of Wonders, 851. Kneeland's Annual of
Passion, 275. Poetry of Compliment and Friend- Scientific Discovery, 851. Marcel's Study of the
ship, 278. Books for Ministers, 275. Linton's Flow- Languages brought back to its true Principles, 851.
er and Star, 276. Appleton's Juvenile Annual, 276. Wells's Hand-book of Phrenology and Physiogno-
Our Young Folks, 276. Du Chaillu's Wild Life un- my, 852. Barnes's Notes on the Psalms, 852. Bain's
der the Equator, 276. Helps's Spanish Conquest, Moral Science, 852. Hopkins's Law of Love and
276. Sarmiento's Argentine Republic, 276. Paez's Love as a Law, 852. Ker's Day-Dawn and the Rain,
Adventures in South America, 276. Bishop's Thou. 853. Cuyler's Empty Crib, 853. Sprague's Anpals
saud Miles Walk, 276. Fitz-Greene Ilalleck, 420. of the American Pulpit, 853. Browning's Ring and
Leavitt's Afranius, 420. Whittier's Among the Hills, the Book, 853. Best's Planet, $53. Hall's Voices
421. Lowell's Under the Willows, 421. Howell's of Nature, 853. Harper's School Lyrics, 853. Works
No Love Lost, 421. Schaff's Christ in Song, 421. of Thomas Campbell and Henry Kirke White, 853.
Porter's Human Intellect, 422. Bellows's Old World, Bickmore's Travels in the East Indian Archipelago,
492. Browne's Pacific Slope, 423. Dilke's Greater S54. Leech's Letters of a Sentimental Idler, 884
Britain, 423. The Gordian Knot, 423. The Amazon, Helen C. Nevius's Our Life in China, 854. Björn-
423. Too True, 423. Gloverson, 423. Sidney Adri. son's Fisher Maiden, 864. Gain of a Loss, 854. An-
ance, 423. The Child Wife, 424. The Tragedian, thony Trollope's Phineas Finn, S54. Anthony
424. Lossing's Field-Book of the War of 1812, 561. Trollope's He Knew he was Right, 854. The Chap-
Gage's Historical Atlas, 561. Nevius's China, 662. let of Pearls, 854. Tales from Alsacc, 855. Bötte's
Whymper's Alaska, 562. Abbott's Jesus of Naza. Madame de Staël, 855. Wentworth's Fairy Tales
reth, 562. Ewer's Failure of Protestantism, 662. from Gold Land, 855. Waverley Novels, 855. Mar-
Bacon's Sabbath Question, 663. Browning's Ring ryatt's Works, 855. Phævixiana, 855. The Tin
and the Book, 563. Heavyeege's Saul, 663. Hal- Trumpet, 855. Verne's Five Weeks in a Balloon, 855.

pine's Poems, 564. Words of Hope, 564. Nature's

EDITOR'S DRAWER.

DRAWER FOR DECEMBER .................... 156 DRAWER FOR MARCII ....................... 569

DRAWER FOR JANUARY .......................... 281 DRAWER FOR APRIL ........................ 715

DRAWER FOR FEBRUARY......... ......... 428 DRAWER FOR MAY...........

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EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.

CHAIR FOR DECEMBER. ...................... 144 CHAIR FOR MARCH........................... 556
CHAIR FOR JANUARY ......................... 268 CHAIR FOR APRIL............................ 701

CHAIR FOR FEBRUARY ........................ 415 CHAIR FOR MAY ............................... 845

ELLIOTT, CHARLES LORING .........

................ C. E. Lester 42

ILLUSTRATION.—Portrait of Charles Loring Elliott. ...... 42

ENGLISH PHOTOGRAPHS BY AN AMERICAN................................... S. R. Fisk 93

ESCOVEDO, THE MURDER OF .......

................. ........... 238

EUSTACIE'S STORY.....

............ Mary N. Prescott 113

EVENING REST..............

..................L. D. Nichols 839
EVE OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW.......

............... 806
ILLUSTRATION.–Eve of St. Bartholomew...... 807

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND SEALS, THE..................... Benson J. Lossing 319

ILLUSTRATIONB.

President's Seal .....

319 Continental Lottery Ticket ................ 326

Proposed Confederate States Seal...... 320 Continental Treasury Seal ................. 328

Franklin's Post-Rider.....

321 Fractional Paper Currency..........

Seal of the Post-Office Department

Seal of the Department of State.....

330

Naval Seal, made in 1779........

322 Seal of the Department of the Interior ..... 330

Seal of the Navy Department ....

Attorney-General's Seal ................... 330

Seal of the Board of War .............. 323

EXPLORATIONS IN LOWER CALIFORNIA.

.................J. Ross Browne 9

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Hailing the Ships.......

Exploring Magdalena Bay ...........
Stampeded by a Polecat .........

11 Catching Lobsters .........
Ranch of the Salado ......

Gathering Oysters from the Mangroves....
The Dead Whale......

Our Camp on the Island .......
Digging Clams .....

... 13 A Thorny Path .......
Digging for Water .............

Rancho Colorado ....

FALSE AND TRUE.... ...........

.............. Elisabeth Akers Allen 661

FATE AND DAISIES........

........................Mary E. Coon 353
GLASS-BLOWING FOR LITTLE FOLKS ............. .............. Louise E. Chollet 742

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GRANDPAPA'S BABY ................

......D. R. Castleton 331
HEAT, ABOUT...

................. Robert Tomes 498

HINDUS, SACRED CITY OF THE.

............... Henry M. Alden 750

HOMEWARD.

............... Carl Spencer 700
HUNT AFTER DEVILS, A....

.............M. D. Conway 540
INSURANCE ON THE “HIGHFLYER,” THE.................. Ilarriett Prescott Spofford 397
ISABELLA II., EX-QUEEN OF SPAIN.........................................J. S. C. Abbott 347
JOHNNY RIGHT....

.................. Alice Cary 526
LABAN'S DAUGHTERS..............

................Mary E. Coon 529
LANDS OF THE EARTHQUAKE, THE ............. ............. Eugene Lawrence 466
LEARNING COMMON-SENSE .......

.............................................. 189
LEGAL TENDER ACT, CONSTITUTIONALITY OF..................... George B. Butler 87
LIGHT-HOUSES

...............M. Schele De Vere 405

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MISSING...........................................................................................E. Crapsey 504

MONTHLY RECORD OF CURRENT EVENTS.

UNITED STATES.-The October Elections in Penn- Georgia, 711, 712; Official Announcement to Grant

sylvania, Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska, and West Vir- and Colfax, 712 ; Grant's Reply, 712; Grant's Official

ginia, 154; Success of the Republicans, 154; Effect Notification to Congress, 713 ; Colfax's Notification,

of the Elections, 154; Seymour and Blair vainly 713; Proposed Amendment to the Constitution, 713;

urged to withdraw, 154; Mr. Seymonr takes the The Resolution as passed, 713; The House Finan-

Stump, 154 ; His Speeches, 155; Speech of Mr. Blaircial Bill, 713 ; The Copper Bill vetoed and passed,

in New York, 105; Disturbances in the South, 155; 713; State of Congressional Business, 713; Removal

Affairs in North Carolina and Louisiana, 155: Earth- of the Remains of Mrs. Surratt, Booth, and others,

quake in California, 155; The Presidential Election, 713 ; Pardon of Dr. Mudd, 713; Death of James Har-

277 : The General Result, 277: The Canvass in New per, 655; Close of the Administration of Andrew

York, Pennsylvania, etc, 277, 278; In the Southern Johnson, 855; Meeting of the Forty-first Congress,

States, 278; Georgia, 278; Rousseau's Report re- 855; President Grant's Inaugural, 855; The Cabinet,

specting Louisiana, 278; Report of General Thomas 856; Congressional Committees, 856; Public Credit

on the Department of the Cumberland, 279; of Gen- Bill, 856; Bank Bill, 856; Tenure of Office Law, 856;

eral Stoneman in Virginia, 279; of General Meade Officers in the Regular Army, 857 ; The Public Debt,

on the Department of the South, 279; of Generals 857 ; Mr. Wells on Expenses and Wages, 857.

Sherman and Sheridan on the Department of Mis- FOREIGN.-Southern America, 280, 427, 713; In-

souri, 280; The Indian War in the Northwest, 281, surrection in Cuba, 280, 427, 714; Parliamentary

427; Suggestions of Sherman and Sheridan, 281; Elections in Great Britain, 280 ; Success of the Liber-

Meeting of Congress, 424; The President's Message, als, 281; The Alabama Claims, 281; The Spanish Rev.

424: Reports from the Departments, 425; The Ore. olution, 281, 427, 714; Proposed Candidates for the

gon Resolutions, 426; Financial Bills of Senators Crown, 281; Disraeli and Gladstone Ministries, 427;

Sumner and Morton, 426; Reception in Congress Turkey and Greece, 427; The European Conference,

of the President's Message, 426; Action of Congress 427. Mexico, 713; War on the Plate, 280, 427, 713;

upon the President's Financial Scheme, 427; Trial Opening of the British Parliament, the Queen's
of Jefferson Davis, 427; General Amnesty Proclama- Speech, 714; Mexican Affairs, 8

Proclama- Speech, 714; Mexican Affairs, 857; Revolution in
tion, 427; Reassemblage of Congress, 566; Measures Cuba, 857; Dulce's Proclamation, 857; Mr. Glad-
in Consideration, 566; The Tenure of Office Act, stone on the Irish Church, 858; The British Rev.
566; Pension to Mrs. Lincoln, 567; Mr. Butler's enue, 658; The King of Saxony on German Affairs,
Currency Bill, 567; The Alabama Question, 567; 868; Spanish Matters, 868; Marriage of Priests in
The Naturalization Treaty, 567; Statistics of the Italy, 858.

year, 568; Counting the Electoral Vote, Louisiana,

MORNING HOUR, THE....

.......... Harriett Prescott Spofford 414

MY CHUM'S STORY

....Austin Abbott 636

MY ENEMY'S DAUGHTER...... ...............Justin M Carthy 248, 359, 484, 676, 808

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Shame to you, to fight with him . ......... 258 I told you we should Meet again........... 683

I am going away, Emanuel ................ 363 I talk with Lambert after dinner........... 816

No, I am not a Dover man ........

... 488

MY OLD WOMAN AND I.......

...........John Brougham 190
ILLUSTRATION._"We have crossed the bridge o'er the middle of life"...... 191
NOT ENOUGII MONEY.

............... Katharine G. Ware 689
OLD MAN'S SONG IN AUTUMN, THE ............ ................. N. G. Shepherd 41
OUR PRESENTATION AT COURT........

............. Donn Piatt 495

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436

OUTSIDER AT AN OTTER-HUNT, AN............... ............... Annie Thomas 653

PHILLY AND THE REST. ................................... ............. Mary E. Dodge 840

PILGRIMAGE UPON THE RHINE............. ................John D. Sherwood 1

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Bingen ..........

St. Goar ...................

Rheinstein......

Stolzen fels........

Bacharach .................................

3

Ehrenbreitstein.....

Pfalz and Gutenfelz....

The Drachenfels ............

Schönberg .......
PLAINS, THE-AS I CROSSED THEM TEN YEARS AGO............. Horace Greeley 789
POLICEMEN OF THE SEA.....

.............. W. F. G. Shanks 433

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Inchcape Rock Light-House ........... 433 Wreckers' Hut at Barnegat ................ 440
London Floating Fire-Engine........... 434 The Storm Signal....................
Not Lighted ....

435 Wrecked and Wreckers .....
Sandy Hook Light-Ship.............. 436 Steam Wrecking Tug .......
Neversink Highlands Light-Houses.

Wreckers at Work.........

... 444
Life-Boat Station ......

437 The Barge Office, New York City. ... 445
Station House at Barnegat.............
... 438 Boarding a Steamer....

... 446
The Morning Round.....
439 Revenue Cutter on Patrol.......

447
The Life-Car in Action.............
PREACHERS AND PREACHING

............... Robert Tomes 373
PUBLIC BUILDING, A............

Harriet Prescott Spofford 204
REFUGEE LIFE.

............. Mrs. W. M. Parker 392

REPORT OF OUTRAGES, A........

...........J. W. De Forest 75

RIGHTFUL HEIR, THE............

............. Lord Lytton 129

ROMANCE OF THE MAIDENS, THE..............

.............Amelia Jones 662

RUSSIA, A SLEIGH-RIDE THROUGH EASTERN.. .................... Thomas W. Knox 289

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Western Slope of Ural Mountains.......... 289 A Slight Mishap ........................... 298

Begging for Elias.........

290 Pity the Poor

Jumping the Pitch-Holes ..........

Baptizing through the Ice ............

Descending Hill-side....................

292 End of Sleigh-Ride ........

302

Russian Priest..............

293 Monument of Minin Pojarski ..

302

Policeman .........

Nijne Novgorod during the Fair...

Soldiers off duty ..

295 Nijne Novgorod after the Fair ............

303

Jam at Kazan ............................. 297 Inhabitants of Nijne Novgorod ........... 304

SACRED CITY OF THE HINDUS, THE

...... Henry M, Alden 750

ILLUSTRATIONS.

The Minarets from the Ganges.......... 751 Rám Ghát ...

...... 761

Raja of Abmetty's Temple ................. 753 Carving on Buddhist Tower, Sárnáth, No. I. 763

Temple at Manikarnika Ghát .......... .765 Carving on Buddhist Tower, Sárnáth, No. II. 763

Raja of Nagpore's Ghát .................... 757 Great Buddhist Tower at Sárnáth.......... 765

The Nepalese Temple.................. 759 Ancient Buddhist Temple..........

... 767

SAINTS AND SINNERS............

............... Henry M. Alden 519
SEALS OF THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS ........................Benson J. Lossing 319
SECRETARY WITH A SECRET, THE.....

...............Justin M. Carthy 694
SILENT CITY AT GREENWOOD, THE............. ..............J. D. Sherwood 145

ILLUSTRATIONS.
Ships sail past this Silent City ............. 145 Flowers are Blooming near these Mansions 146

SIN OF OMISSION, A..............

............... Mary N. Prescoti 768

SHIPWRECK OF THE “GENERAL GRANT”..............................H. D. Jarvis 535
SONG OF THE WIND...

............ Mary N. Prescott 655
SOUTH AMERICAN EARTHQUAKES OF 1868........................... E. G. Squier 603

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SOUTH COAST SAUNTERINGS IN ENGLAND.................. M. D. Conway 24, 175, 449

ILLUSTRATIONS.

On the Devonshire Coast, near Dawlish.... 24 The Friar's Heel....

The Hoe........

Egyptian Symbol

182

Eddystone Light-House.........

26 Ancient Coins of Tyre

183

Torquay ........

Flint Implements .....

London Bridge ..........

Entrance to Barrow.....

188

Daddy's Hole .....

Christchurch............

449

Land's End .....

Reredos, Christchurch ..

Old Tower at Paignton..............

Shelley's Monument .....

Mr. Pengelly ..............

Percy Bysshe Shelley ...,

Dartmouth .........

Mary Wollstoncraft Shelley.........

Exeter Cathedral

William Godwin ...

Stonehenge...

.... 170 English Girls ......

Sarum Stone....

........... 175 Bournemouth......

Old Sarum...

.............. ... 176 Pulpit, St. Peter's, Bournemouth.........

Salisbury Cathedral, from behind.......... 177 estry Door, St. Peter's, Bournemouth..... 462

Chapter House..........

177 Lear and Cordelia ......

.......... 464

Poultry Market Cross......................

178

SPAIN....

........... Charles Gates 318

SPENT AND MIS-SPENT.

...................Alice Cary 305

STARS...

............ Ilarriett P. Spofford 396

STROKE OF BUSINESS, A.........

.............. Mrs. J. M. Church 63

SWALLOW, TO AN EARLY............

..................... Alice Cary 128

TIMOTHY, THE NEW ............

............... Wm. M. Baker 107, 211

TRINITY SEASON.......

.............. George C. McWhorter 68

UTOPIA, MY VISIT TO.........

..................... Mrs. E. T. Corbett 200

WEBSTER, CLAY, Etc.: THEIR DAGUERREOTYPES..................... T. B. Thorpe 787

WEEPING WILLOW, THE.....

............... Carl Spencer 518

WIFE OF THE PERIOD, A........................

...........K. F. Williams 378

WITCHES OF HAZELCOPSE, THE..............

.....................H. H. Weld 84

WOMAN'S KINGDOM: A LOVE STORY.............................. Dinah Mulock Craik 50

ILLUSTRATION.

Under the Furze-Bush ..................... 53. Only a Face .................... ........... 60

Letty's Letter..................

The End................................... 62

WOMAN'S WORK AND WAGES

............

..... Miss H. M. Cammon 665

WORKING-MEN OF THE MIDDLE AGES, THE ........................Eugene Lawrence 795

ZANZIBAR.

................ Clelia L. Weeks 306

ILLUSTRATIONS.

Zanzibar--the Aristocratic Quarter ........ 306 Afrani .....

.......... 813

Taria Tophan, Hindoo Merchant, Zanzibar. 307 Shamboa, Sister to the King of Zanzibar... 313

Native Water-Carrier ...................... 308

Banyan Merchant "en toilette"............ 314

Sister of the King's Secretary....

309

Zanzibar Lamb..........

314

Ruined Palace of Syed Saaid Ben Sultan ... 310 Harem in the house of Sillamun Ben Ali... 315

Emily Pinta, Ayah.........

311 Salie Ben Bambamba....

316

Ayah and daughter of Taria Tophan....... 312 Mtoto, child of Afrani .....

317

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