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Some Extinct Giants.-When Man will Disappear.

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NOTE.-The Magazines given below are the May numbers, except those marked with
a star*, which are April numbers.

Art and Architecture:

Architecture at the Columbian Exposition: Century.
Art: Lilla Cabot Perry: The Cosmopolitan.
China Painting: Elizabeth H. Haines: Art Amateur.
Exhibitions and Sales of Pictures: The Art Amateur.
Portrait Painting: Frank Fowler: The Art Amateur.
Raffet: Clarence Wason: The Art Amateur.
The American Cathedral: Bishop H. C. Potter: Forum.
The Spitzer Museum Embroideries: The Art Amateur.
The Whistler Exhibition: Sickert: Fortnightly Rev.
Biographic and Reminiscent:

Alessandro Volta: The Popular Science Monthly.
Alexander Knox and His Friends: Temple Bar Mag.
Amerigo Vespucci: Eugene Lawrence: Harper's Mag.
A Paris Correspondent of 1753: L. B. L.: Longmans'.
Benjamin Robert Haydon: Temple Bar Magazine.
Biography and Biographies: *The Temple Bar Mag.
Christopher Columbus: 1: Emilio Castelar: Century.
Correspondence with Carlyle: Duffy: *Contemporary.
Emerson-Thoreau Correspondence: Sanborn: Atlantic.
Gifford and Keats: David Masson: XIX. Century.
Henry Clay as Speaker: M. P. Follett: New Eng. Mag.
James Matthew Barrie: L. Moulton: Lippincott's Mag.
Jenny Lind in Northampton: E. Marsh: New Eng. Mag.
King Henri Christophe I.: L. Billings: Cosmopolitan.
Letters of Carlyle to Varnhagen Von Ense: *New Rev.
Luini: W. J. Stillman The Century Magazine.
Montrose and Dr. Gardiner: Blackwood's Magazine.
Mrs. Mary Sargent Florence: The Art Amateur.
On the Track of Columbus: H. Perry: New Eng. Mag.
Personal Recollections: Emile Zola: New Review.
Richard Brome: A. C. Swinburne: * Fortnightly Rev.
Robert and Elizabeth Browning: A. Ritchie: Harper's.
Severn's Roman Journals: William Sharp: Atlantic.
The Poet of Democracy: J. Burroughs: No. Am. Rev.
The Travelling Correspondent: Meighan: Lippincott's.
Thomas Couture: G. P. A. Healy: The Century.
Walt Whitman: John Burroughs: The Forum.
Walt Whitman: Wm. H. Garrison: Lippincott's Mag.
Walt Whitman: Wm. S. Walsh: Lippincott's Magazine.
William: The Contemporary Review.
Wolcott Balestier: Henry James: Cosmopolitan.
Botanical Sketches:

A Desert Fruit: Grant Allen: Popular Science Mo.
After-Dinner Botany: Philemon Hemsley: Lippincott's.
Dramatic and Musical:

Evening Dress: W. D. Howells: Cosmopolitan.
The Violin for Ladies: J. Y. Taylor: Lippincott's Mag.
Development of Music in America: A. Seidl: Forum.
Paris Theatres and Concerts: Scribner's Magazine.
Educational Discussion:

Higher Education: Timothy Dwight: The Forum.
Personal Economics in Our Colleges: F. Wilson: Lipp.
Requirements for Admission to Harvard: Atlantic Mo.
Fiction of the Month:

A Cathedral Courtship: Kate D. Wiggin: Atlantic Mo.
A Flower of Smokeland: * The Cornhill Magazine.
A Gray Jacket: Thomas Nelson Page: The Century.
A Human Document: W. H. Mallock: Fortnightly.
A Shaker Community: Jas. K. Reeve: New Eng. Mag.
A Spoil of Office: Hamlin Garland: The Arena.
An Easter Story: The Temple Bar Magazine.
An Intercepted Heiress: F. M. Bird: Lippincott's.
An Only Son: Gertrude Smith: Cosmopolitan.
Asaph: Frank R. Stockton: The Cosmopolitan.
At the Brewery: Hamlin Garland. Cosmopolitan.

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Aunt Anne: Chaps. 8-11: Temple Bar Magazine.
Captain, My Captain!" Wolcott Balestier: Century.
Characteristics: S. Weir Mitchell: The Century.
Conquest of Doña Jacoba: G. Atherton: Blackwood's.
Diana: the History of a Great Mistake: Blackwood's.
George Dale's Ambition: Lorenzo Griswold: Out ng.
God's Fool: Chaps. 15-18: Temple Bar Magazine.
Jane Field: Mary E. Wilkins: Harper's Magazine.
Jessekiah Brown's Courtship: R. McE. Stuart: Harp.
Kenyon's Innings: E. W. Hornung: Longmans' Mag.
Lennette: Ethel Davis: New England Magazine.
Malonin: Wm. McLennan: Harper's Magazine.
Mrs. Juliet: Mrs. Alfred W. Hunt: Longmans' Mag.
Ol' Pap's Flaxen: Hamlin Garland: The Century.
Reflections of a Married Man: R. Grant: Scribner's.
Secret of Wardale Court: Temple Bar Magazine.
Sister Barrett: Sarah O. Jewett: Cosmopolitan.
The Chosen Valley: Mary H. Foote: The Century.
The Golden Fleece: Juli in Hawthorne: Lippincott's.
The Governor's Reception: Abbott: New Eng. Mag.
The Naulahka: Kipling and Balestier : The Century.
The Slave of the Lamp: H. S. Merriman : * Cornhill.
The Three Fates: F. Marion Crawford: *Longmans'.
The World of Chance: W. D. Howells: Harper's Mag.
Ye Romance of Casco Bay: Sylvester: New Eng. Mag.
Historic and National:

A Riot in Rome: W. D. McCracken: The Arena.
Austria of To-day: Emil Blum: The Arena.
Bermuda in Blockade Times: Hallock: New Eng. Mag.
Private Life in Ancient Rome: The Atlantic Monthly.
Progress of the Am. Republics: Curtis: New Eng. Mag.
Twenty-five Years of Alaska: I. Petroff: No. Am. Rev.
Zoroaster and Persian Dualism: T. Bixby: The Arena.
Literary Criticism:

A Plea for Seriousness: The Atlantic Monthly.
A Prig in the Elysian Fields: * National Review.
Certain American Essayists: Matthews: Cosmopolitan.
Grania: Reviewed by Mrs. Humphry Ward: *New Rev.
Le Style c'est l'Homme: W. H. Mallock: New Rev.
Lord Lytton's Rank in Literature: Blunt: *XIX. Cen.
Machiavelli's "Mandragola": Jas. Mew: Fortnightly.
Marah: Lord Lytton's Posthumous Poems: *Nat. Rev.
Materials of a Story: W. D. Howells: Harper's Mag.
Nature and Elements of Poetry: E. Stedman: Century.
Spoken Greek, Arcient and Modern: * Contemporary.
Tyranny of the Novel: Edmund Gosse: National Rev.

Military and Naval :

National Guard of Maryland: Hanson Hiss: Outing.
On Our Army: Sir A. Alison: Blackwood's Mag.
The German Army of To-day: Harper's Magazine.

Poetry of the Month:

A Medley: Susie M. Best: New England Magazine.
A Sea Ghost: Frank Dempster Sherman: Century.
A Wreath of Laurels: The Cornhill Magazine.
Altar and Idol: Julian Hawthorne: The Century.
An Attic Poet: Edward L. White: Atlan ic Monthly.
April Monath: The Temple Bar Magazine.
Because It is the Spring: L. C. Moulton: Century.
Books and Seasons: Thomas B. Aldrich: The Century.
Dovetail: A Poem: M. F. W.: Lippincott's Mag.
Dreamland: May Kendall: Longmans' Magazine.
Fairy Gold: Duncan Robertson: Longmans' Mag.
Fallen Love: Philip B. Marston: New England Mag.
Falstaff's Song: E. C. Stedman: Cosmopolitan.
France Adorée: Ida M. Tarbell: Scribner's Magazine.
Gone: John S. Barrows: New England Magazine.

Magazine Reference.



Hast thou Heard the Nightingale ? R. W. Gilder: Cent. | The New Star in Auriga : A. Clerke: *Contemporary.
Hope: Edgar Fawcett: The Cosmopolitan.

In Extremis: Louise C. Moulton: Lippincott's Mag.
In the Spring Fields: W. W. Campbell: Cosmopolitan.
It so Chanced: Edith M. Thomas: Century.
Love's Death and Sorrow: J. W. Chadwick: N. E. Mag.
Love's Horizon: Maurice Thompson: The Century.
Mirrored Music: Charles Henry Lüders: Scribner's.
My Persian Prayer-Rug: Anne R. Aldrich: Lippin.
On a Portrait of Columbus: G. E. Woodberry: Century.
Poems: Herman Melville: The Century Magazine.
Reflections: Alice Wellington Rollins: Lippincott's.
Reform: Ella Wheeler Wilcox: The Arena.

Rosemary for Remembrance: * Temple Bar Magazine.
Sunflowers: Wm. H. Hayne: Lippincott's Magazine.
The Czar's Banquet: Marie Petravsky: N. Eng. Mag.
The Lily of the Valley: C. G. D. Roberts: Harper's.
The Nobler Lover: J. R. Lowell: Cosmopolitan.
The Poet's Praise: C. E. Markham: New Eng. Mag.
The Soul's Ride: Lilla C. Perry: Atlantic Monthly.
The Three Birds: *The Temple Bar Magazine.
The Three Infinities: Wm. Sharp: Harper's Mag.
The White Jessamine: J. B. Tabb: Harper's Mag.
Three Sonnets: William Prescott Foster: Century.
To April: The Temple Bar Magazine.
Wakening: Charles Washington Coleman: Lippincott's.
When Comes the Night: W. P. Preble, Jr.: Harper's.
When Through Feast-Litten Halls: J. Hay: Cosmop.
Political Questions:

Behring Sea Controversy: North American Review.
Evacuation of Egypt: Henry Norman: * Contemporary.
Forms of Home Rule: R. T. Reid: * Contemporary.
How to Federate the Empire: C. Tupper: * XIX. Cen.
Merit System in Gov. App.: Roosevelt: Cosmopolitan.
Nonconformists in Political Life: *Contemporary Rev.
Old-Age Pensions: J. F. Moulton: Fortnightly Rev.
Party Gov, on its Trial: Goldwin Smith: No. Am. Rev.
Politics of the Russian Empire: M. Halstead: Cosmop.
Temporal Power of the Pope: W. Lilly: * New Rev.
The Labor Platform: George Howell: New Review.
The Late Silver Craze: The Forum.
The London Progressives: J. Stuart: Contemporary.
The Man or the Platform? Symposium: N. A. Rev.
The Plough and the Platform: T. Kebbel : * National.
The "Progressive" Victory: Whitmore: *National Rev.
The Queen in Politics: F. H. Hill: National Review.
The Slaying of the Gerrymander: Atlantic Monthly.
Threat of the Present Coinage Law: The Forum.
Religious and Philosophical:
Christianity in the East: S. Barnett: * Contemporary.
Death and Pity: Ouida: Fortnightly Review.
In Defence of Phantasms: F. Podmore: *National Rev.
Psychical Research: M. J. Savage: The Arena,
The Friends: Emma B. Kaufman: Lippincott's Mag.
The Olympian Religion: Gladstone: No. Am. Rev.
Scientific and Industrial:

Anthropological Work in Europe: Starr: Pop. Sci. Mo.
Carpet Designing: A. E. Ives: The Art Amateur.
Cave Dwellings of Men: W. H. Larrabee: Pop. Sci. Mo.
Chariots of the Hour: Walter Crane: Art Amateur.
Color Blindness: Dr. A. E. Wright: XIX. Century.
Dendrites: M. S. Meunier: Popular Science Monthly.
Early Railway Traveling: The Cornhill Magazine.
Evolution in Folk-lore: D. D. Wells: Pop. Sci. Mo.
First News Message by Telegraph: Scribner's Mag.
Herbert Spencer: W. H. Hudson: Pop. Science Mo.
Mechanical Flight: S. P. Langley: Cosmopolitan.
Ocean Traffic by Erie Canal: E. P. North: Forum.
On Coast Protection: Prof. Tyndall: * New Review.
Rapid Transit in Cities: T. C. Clarke: Scribner's.
Science and Fine Art: Du B. Reymond: Pop.Sci. Mo.
Simian Speech: R. L. Garner: Cosmopolitan.
The Child and the Savage: Blackwood's Magazine.

Why We Teach Geology: A. S. Packard: Pop. Sci. Mo.
Wood-Carving: Lily Marshall: The Art Amateur.
Social and Domestic:

Bad Air and Bad Health: Popular Science Monthly.
Blight of Our Commerce: M. D. Harter: The Forum.
Canadian Bank System: D. R. Wilkie: The Forum.
Cheap Cabs: A. J. Cassatt: North American Review.
Chicago and its Exhibition: Wood: * XIX. Century.
Chicago Stockyards: P. J. O'Keefe: New Eng. Mag.
Children of the Poor: J. A. Riis: Scribner's Magazine.
Chinese Question: J. R. Young: No. Am. Review.

Alcohol and Its Relation to the Bible: Hartt: Arena.

Contracts and Currency: S. Baxter: No. Am. Rev.
Does the Factory Increase Immorality? Forum.
Energy a Factor in Agriculture: M. Miles: Pop. Sci. Mo.
Famine in Russia: C. E. Smith: N. rth American ev.

German Crisis and the Emperor: The New Review.

Growth of Cities: C. M. Harvey: No. Am. Review.
History of Small Holdings: Blackwood's Magazine.
How Intemperance has been Combated: *New Review.
Human Freedom League: A. Cross: New. Eng. Mag.
Japanese Customs: F. T. Piggott: * Fortnightly Rev.
Let London Live: John Burns: * XIX. Century.
London Society: Lady Jeune: North American Rev.
Loss of Southern Statesmanship: The Forum.
Mexican Trade: The Mexican Minister: No. Am. Rev.

N. Y. Trade Schools: R. T. Auchmuty: No. Am. Rev.
Private Schools for Girls: A. C. Brackett: Harper's.
Prospects of Marriage for Women: XIX. Century.
Room for Immigra..ts: Edward Atkinson: Forum.
Rule of the Gold Kings: Stewart: No. Am. Rev.
School, College, and Library: T. Higginson: Cosmop.
Standard Oil Trust: S. C. T. Dodd: The Forum.
The Credit of Australia: R. M. Johnston: *XIX. Cen.
The Idle Class: E. L. Godkin: The Forum.
The People's Movement: E. M. Valesh: The Arena.
The Woman's Exchange: Lucy M. Salmon: Forum.
Vegetable Diet: Lady Paget: * XIX. Century.
Where Shall Polly Go to School? Hale: Cosmopolitan.
Woman's Cause is Man's: F. E. Willard: The Arena.
Woman's Place in Modern Life: * Fortnightly Review.
Sport and Recreation :

A Bout with a Kingfish: E. W. Sandys: Outing.
A Day with Gun and Canoe: Outing.
Austrian Stud Farms: F. Wrench: XIX. Century.
Bicycling: Thomas Stevens: Lippincott's Magazine.
By Wheel from Havre to Paris: J. W. Fosdick: Outing.
Coast and Inland Yachting: F. W. Pangborn: Century.
Evolution of the Forty-six Footer: Stewart: Outing.
Horseback Sketches: Jessie F. O'Donnell: Outing.
Lawn Tennis: F. A. Kellogg: Outing.

Saddle and Sentiment: Wenona Gilman: Outing.
The International Field Trials of '91: Outing.
The Racehorse in America: F. Trevelyan: Outing.
Training of Harvard Team of '91: J. Corbin: Outing.
Travel and Adventure:

An African Explorer: * Blackwood's Magazine.
A Reminiscence of Rondeau : Outing.
Camp Life in Morocco: Lady Egerton: * XIX. Cent.
Down the Danube in a Launch: T. Stevens: Outing.
Homesteads of the Blue-Grass: J. L. Allen: Century.
In Egypt: Benjamin P. Blood: Scribner's Magazine.
Sea and Land: N. S. Shaler: Scribner's Magazine.
Sevillian Vignettes: Marion Wilcox: Cosmopolitan.
Six in a Lava Flow: Blackwood's Magazine.
Sketches from Eastern Travel: Blackwood's Mag.
The Canadian North-west: M. Davitt: XIX. Cen.
The Dakotas: Julian Ralph: Harper's Magazine.
The Real Siberia: F. Volkhovsky: Contemporary.
Two Visits to the Lapps: H. H. Boyesen: Cosmop.
Village Life in Old England: R.G. Thwaites: N. E. M.
Unter den Linden: Paul Lindau: Scribner's Magazine.

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