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LIBRARY

OF THE LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR

UNIVERSITY.

A 6954

Katered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by

SCRIBNER & CO., be the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.

POOLE & MACLAUCHLAN, PRINTERS,

205-213 East Twelfth Street.

CONTENTS VOL. IV.

Congress, in the year 1872, by

ER & CO.,

of Congress, at Washington, D. C.

. Mrs. Oliphant... 34, 166

At His Gates. (Illustrated).....

426, 58
AFTER THE DARKNESS, Light..

. Adeline Trafton, .
APPENZELL, Folk Life in. (Illustrated).

. William Wells.

ANNUNCIATION.

Poem....

Charles S. Gage.

ART REFORMER, An English. ..

W. 7. Stillman.

As OTHERS SEE Us. (Illustrated).

.Burt G. Wilder..

Chas. K. Tucker man.....

ATHENS, MODERN...

AUTUMN GAVE ON THE PRAIRIES. (Illustrated).

..Joshua Cooke..

AUTUMN Voices.

Poem,

..Louisa Bushnell..

BACK-LOG STUDIES...

.Charles Dudley Warner.

16

BEECHER, MR., As A SOCIAL Force,..

.A. McElroy Wylie...
Bees, The Queen of the..(From the French of Erckmann-Chatrian).. Charlotte L. Forten.

..Kate Putnam Osgood.

BEFORE THE SHRINE.

BROAD VIEWS..

Titus il. Coan.

W. L. Aliien..

CANOE, The..

DESPONDENCY. Poem..

Mary 7. Serrano.
DRAXY MILLER'S DOWRY,

.Saxe Holm,
EDUCATIONAL OUTLOOK, Our..

.P. R. Burchard.

EXGLISH SINGING-BIRDS IN FLORENCE.

ERNST OF EDELSHEIM. Poem......

John Hay..

FANNY WINTHROP'S TREAT. (Illustrated).

Mrs. Ed. Ashley Walker.

FOUND WANTING. Poem....

..Kate Putnam Osgood....

GARDENER AND THE MANOR, The...

Hans Christian Andersen,

.H. H......

GOLD COUNTRY, A Ballad of the. Poem.

Gray's PEAK (Illustrated).....

.E. ). Mallett, Jr...

GRANGE, A Visit to the...

Kate Hillard.

GRAPHIC ART, The. (Illustrated).

.Benson 7. Lossing..

HARKER AND BLIND.

James T. jckay.

HEBE'S JUMBLES...

.Annie R. Anun..

HER SPHERE. Poem..

.Elizabeth Akers Allen...

HER FACE. Poem...

.. Charlotte F. Bates

IN THE GARDEN. Poem,

.Harriet UcEwen Kimball.

ISLAND OF CORFU, The. (Illustrated).

. Charles K. Tuckerman...

W. P. A..

JOURNALIST, Letter to a Young..

LANGUAGES, Should the Study of the Modern Precede that of the Ancient ?.G. F. Comfort..

LAW OF THE HEART AND LAW OF THE STREET...

- James B. Hodgskin.

LOITERING ABOUT A FRENCH CHATEAU..

. Albert Rhodes....

LOWELL'S PROSE, MR.

W. C. Wilkinson. .75, 227,

Amasa Walker.

MANUFACTURES, Labor and Capital in.

MAURICE, Frederick Denison....

.E. Muljord.

MESSAGE, A. Poem.....

.Mary L. Ritter.

.M. E. M. and C. T., Brooks

MISTRAL, FREDERIC, The Provençal Poet..

MIGNONETTE. Poem. (Illustrated).

.Mary E. Brailey.

MY BROTHER. Poem...

, Sara H, Brownie,

MY LIFE. Poem...

Mary L. Ritter...

MY SCHOOL IN FERN CITY,..

.Kate Putnam Osgood..

NAUTILUS ISLAND, The Waif of.

Noah Brooks..

NO MORE. Poem...

. Amelia E, Daley.

ONE DAY AT ARLE

..Fannie E. Blod,5011..

HLAN, PRINTERS,
welfth Struet.

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PARIS, IN AND ABOUT....
POSTMAN'S RING, The. Poem...
POPULATION IN THE UNITED STATES, The Advance of..
SCHOOLS OF JOURNALISM.
SCULPTURE. (Illustrated).
SHANE FINAGLE'S STATION,
SONG OF A SUMMER, The. Poem..
SURLY TIM's TROUBLE..
TOBACCO PLANTATION, On the.
Two WAYS TO LOVE. Poem...
TRAVELING BY TELEGRAPH, Northward to Niagara. (Illustrated)..
VASA FICTILIA IN History. (Illustrated).
VATER'S VACATION......
VILLAGE BALL IN THE HARZ, A..
WARWICK, The City of. (Illustrated).
West Point. (Illustrated)....
WHAT IS YOUR CULTURE TO ME?.
WHITTIEK, Visit to the Birthplace of..
Will You WALK INTO MY PARLOR. (Illustrated)..
WOMAN AS A SMUGGLER, AND WOMAN AS A DETECTIVE.
WORK IN REST. Poem.....
YACHTS AND YACHTING. (Illustrated)...

.Ed.vard King........513, 6.
.Adeline D. T. Whitney... 3
.). E. Hilgard..
Whitelaw Reid.

I

5
John S. Barry.

4
.Louise Chandler Moulton.. 4

Fannie E. Hodgson..
. Mrs. M. P. Handy.

Susan Coolidge...
James Richardson.
John H1. Treadwell...
.Hiram Rich....
.G. Haven Putnam.


.H. S. Digby..
.Benson 7. Lossing.
Charles Dudley Iarner.

Charlotte L. Forten...
Mrs, L. M. Peterselia..
Fanny Howell..
. George Lansing Taylor ...
. Wm. F. G. Shanks...

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DEPARTMENTS.

TOPICS OF THE TIME.

The Conservative Resources of American Life—Æsthetics at a Premium-Rum and Railroads, 1

Theaters and Theater-going—The Loneliness of Farming Life in America, 238; The Christian Sabb

in Great Cities The Literary Bureaus again-Our President-Indirect Damages, 361 ; Strike, but H

- The Wine Question in Society-Novel-Reading, 491; The Bane of the Republic, The Matter of

- Modern Preaching-Prizes for Suicide, 627 ; The New York Woman—The Art of Speaking

Writing-Sectarian Culture and what comes of It, 762.

THE OLD CABINET.

New Names_Stories without Point - Concerning a Pestilent Evil-MacDonald's" Within and Witho

- Tragic, 109; Cousin Bertha-Our Standing Among our Friends-Talking about the Absent - Hui

Sympathy—“The Afterglow”—Imitation—The Big Picture, 240; Old Probabilities–My Fam
Friend-- Poor Pillicoddy- Mrs. Whitney's “ Pansies,” 364 ; A Hard Time for Some of Us, Photogra
and Looking-glasses–A Glimpse of One's Self-Wrecked on a Resemblance-Lost Opportunities, 4
Bulrushes The Little Red Salamanders—Tests—A Canon of Criticism-Let us have Faith, 630 ; A I
gerous Question-Limitations— The Last, First-Quality-Separation-Beauty and the Beast-Ro

son's Book-If Love is Blind— My Colored Washerwoman, 766.

NATURE AND SCIENCE..

112, 242, 367, 496, 633,

HOME AND SOCIETY.

.116, 246, 372, 500, 637,

CULTURE AND PROGRESS.

. 120, 250, 376, 503, 639,

ETCHINGS. (Illustrated).

.128, 256, 384, 512, 646,

SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY.

Vol. IV.

MAY, 1872.

No. 1.

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MORNING on Arlington Heights, after a frosty night ; season, Indian summer. The broad reach of the Potomac, curving from Georgetown to below the mouth of the Eastern Branch, sleeps under the slant rays of the haze-tempered sun, unreached by the puffs of wind which rustle the crimson foliage that still

clings to the oaks on the Heights, or send the fallen leaves chasing each other by fits and starts, like Aocks of yellow-birds

frollicking over a patch of thistles. The air is crisp and cool; the sunshine just warm enough to be inviting. Both together act like a tonic, filling body and mind with a healthy glow that gives a zest to mere existence. The view from the Heights is not imposing. It is not particularly beautiful. Yet it would be hard to look

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