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PUBLIC OPINION

A

COMPREHENSIVE SUMMARY

OF

THE PRESS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

ON ALL IMPORTANT CURRENT TOPICS.

VOLUME III.

APRIL, 1887-OCTOBER, 1887.

THE PUBLIC OPINION COMPANY, PUBLISHERS,

WASHINGTON, D. C., AND NEW YORK, N. Y.

CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

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Abbey-Schoeftel-Grau partnership, 22, n I

Abdul Hamid, Sultan of Turkey, 1o8

Abuse is not argument, 460

Acquisitiveness, 509, n. I

Actors generous with their money, 45, n I

Yesterdays with, by Kate Winslow, 21, n 2

Fund Association, 244, n 2

monument, Dedication of the, 165, ni

Adjectives, Proper use of, 452, n I

Administrative reform, 389

Aeronautic balloon, 40

Aeronautics an unpromising science, 242

Africa, Accurate map of Central, 137, n 2

Dr. Oscar Lenz journeys afoot across, 160, n 2

Modern inventions in, 161, n I

African white races, 348, ni

Aster Browning, Poe, 70

Age of letters, 206

and youth, Crabbed, 556

railroads, 465

woman, 484

Youthfulness of, 107

Agriculture, Electricity applied to, 89

Air navigation, 66, n i

Alabama, Prohibition in, 32

State university for colored people, 491,n I

Alaska, land of promise, 534

Collection of curios from, 141, ni

Alcohol in temperance drinks, 41, n I

Alcoholic drinks nourishing? Are, 32

Algeria, Grasshopper plague in, 301, n i

Alien land law, 39

landlords, Some, 110

Allan Dare, The story of, 470, ni
Allan Quatermain promising well, 308, n I
Alleged assaults on the G. A. R., 291

issue of '88, 231
Allen, "Camp-meeting ” John, Death of, 469, n 2
Alpine gardens, 361, n 2
Alsace-Lorraine, Change in the population of, 283

for French nationality, 5
America, and England, Financial growth, 557

First English book on, 566
Germanizing, 489
Literary criticism in, 306

Sons of, 251

American agricultural machines in Germany, 241,0 I

art, School of, 426

students abroad, 164, n 2
Association of Writers, 120, n 2
authors and British pirates, 517

English publishers and, 451

Bible Society, 140, n !

bishops appointed by the Pope, 304, n 2

Board of Foreign Missions, 514

books, Patronize, 46

capitalists, China and, 486

cattle trust, 87, n 1

colleges, Expense of attending, 64, n 2

comedy, Decline of, 491

dialect society, 166

ethnology, 88

female violinists, 492, ni

finances, English view of, 110

girl abroad to study music, 448, ni

American girl, An, takes first prize at the Vienna Con- Anti-saloon movement, 415

servatory of Music, 426, n i

in New York, 176

Institute, Fifty-sixth annual exhibition of the, Apes as workers, 113

513, n 2

Apoplexy in Bordeaux, 223, n I

inventions, Fifteen great, 404, n I

Appearance of new suns, 242

literary critics, 165

Appearances, Putting on, 280

literature, Advance of, 226

Apple Seed and Brier Thorn, by Louise Stockton,

magazine to be controlled by authors, 496, ni

45, n I

Apprentices, Extinction of, 135

magazines in England, Sale of, 568, ni April elections, 1
millers, Greatest of, 64, n i

Aram, Eugene, Curios relating to, 208, n 2
Missionary Society, 244, n 2

Arbitration for Anglo-American disputes, 301, n I
newspapers in Mexico, 464, ni

Archäological Institute of America, 362, n 2

party, 502

Archälogy in Russia, 404 n I

picture in the Paris Salon, Best, 205, n 2 Architecture, Art in Domestic, 517

pictures in the Paris Salon, 117, n 2 Arctic cold, 403

prosperity, 240

exploration, 283

railroads, Earnings of, 39, n I

Arguments, facts, and conditions are bullish, 320

short story writers more proficient than their Arizona, Big dam in, 511, n I

English rivals, 167, n 2

Armaments and peace in Europe, 125

singers of note, 165, n I

Armour, Phil, his model mission, 515, n 2

Social Science Association, 403, n 2

Around the world in fifty days, 320

state and the American man, 180

Arsenic eating, Growth and evils of, 342

Sunday School Union work, 385, n I Art amateurs, Returning good sense among, 161, n 2
tools abroad, 558

and genius in fiction, 141
vessel at Havana in sixty years, First, 241, n 2

literature and science are one, 323, n 2

wage workers, 483

as applied to domestic use, 141

Western species of, 155

critics, Difference of opinion among, 44, n 2

women and girls not healthy, 441, n I

Evolution of, 492

Americans are generous and long suffering, 356

in domestic architecture, 517

denationalized, 299

in the home, 564

English estimate of certain, 359

Influence of a work of, 540, n 2
should own America, 37

Intrinsic value of works of, 21, n I
Americanism in the soil, 251

Humors of, 564
Americanisms, Englishmen condemn, 228, n 2

museum at Princeton, Ground broken for a new,

America's iron tonic, 464

285, n 2

Amusements, Education in, 556

Must educate the public taste for, 117, n 2
Amusing metaphors, 131

New criterion of the value of, 186, n 2
Anästhetics, Use of, 383, n I

School of American, 426
Ancestor hunting, 219

Two phases of interest in, 448
Ancient tomb at Forli, Italy, 69, n I

Women in current, 20
Anderson, Mary, at the London Lyceum, 345, n I

Arthur Kill, Bridging the, 374
as Hermione, 564, n 2

Articulation and sign language, 302
her matrimonial intentions, 448, n I Artificial clouds, Protection of vines by, 323, n 2
Andover case, Decision in the, 243

Artist, Death from starvation of a promising, 117, n 2

pro and con, 537.

Artists, Advantage of social gifts to, 92, n 2

Theological Seminary, 491, n 2

Company of Associated, 406, n 2
Anger, Pugnacity and, 219

have. queer customers, 426, n 2

Anglo-California Bank of San Francisco, Fraudulent, Opposed to granting medals to, 565, n I

301, n 2

Vicissitudes in the reputation of an, 405, n 2

Anglo Haytian question settled, 135, n 2

Arts, Minneapolis School of Fine, 470, n 2

Animal electricity in woman, 423, n I

Paris School of Fine, 540

Locomotion, by Edward Muybridge, 89, n 2 Aryans, Home of the, 399
Animals happy? Are, 280

Ascendency of the physical, 450
Reasoning power in, 88

Assisted emigrants, 241
Anonymous donors, 43, n 2

Astra, by the Queen of Roumania, 288, n I
Antarctic exploration, 488

Astronomical photography, 90, ni

necessary, 40, n 2

Astronomy, New, by Prof. S. P. Langley, 472, n I

Anthropology of the Bible, 264, n 2

Atheism, League against, 264, n 2

Anti-Compulsory Hydrophobic Inoculation League, Athens, Bronze statue of Pallas Promachos discovered

303, ni

at, 285, n 2

Antipathies, Some strange, 560

Reliefs discovered at, 493, n I

Antiphone, 404, n !

Athletics as a discipline of the will, 239

Anti-polygamy article, Bogus, 297

Atkinson, Edward, to Boston workingmen, 136, ni
Antiquarian discovery, Important, 137, n 2

Atlanta, Prohibition in, 529, 552
Anti-Rent Riots in New York, 1839-46, by E. P. Audiometer, 138, n I
Cheyney, 288, ni

Austria, Beetroot sugar in, 421, ni

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Austria, Emperor of, his new order of arts and letters,
Beverages, Influences of, 243, n i

Brains, Hands vs., 85
492, n 2
Bianchi, Mlle. Bianci, to visit this country, 426, n I

No prohibitive tariff wanted on, 163, n 2
Italy and, 549
Bible baked in a loaf of bread, 140, n 2

Bread vs. poetry, 94
Australian Public Opinion, 568, n I

in colleges, Study of the, 490, n 2

Breadstuffs, Export of, 421, n 2
Author and publisher, 246

Revision of the Kaffir, 490, n 2

Breathing impure air, 262
Sale of the books of an, 142

Rhymed version of the, 140, ni

Breeches, Return to, 132
Authors and middlemen, 118
Bibles printed, Number of, 225, n i

Breeding, Mystery of good, 463
their characters, The relation between, Rich collection of old, 143, n 2

Brenda Troil, Original of Walter Scott's, 23, n 2
205

Biographical Account of English Theatrical Litera- Brewers' convention, 176
Autographs of old, 308, n 2
ture from the Earliest Times to the Present Day,

British elections, 294
Caste of, 246
428, n 2

iron trade, 534, n 2
Women, 346
Bibliothek der Kirchenvater completed, Last of the

memorialists to the President and Congress,
Authors' earnings, Some, 23, n 2
79 volumes of the, 428, n 2

301, ni
Authorship, Premature, 386
Bicycles, Cavalrymen mounted on, 138, n I

Museum, Glimpse of the, 339
Autographometer, Topography of roads recorded by Birds, Manual of North American, by Robert Ridgway, Museum library, 248, n 2
the, 361, n 2
496, ni

pirates, American authors and, 517
Auto-telegraphy, 422, n 2
Bird's-eye view of the situation abroad, 314

royal plate, 305, n I
Avocations, Vocations and, 280
Birmingham, Ala., Growth of, 511, ni

telegraph service not paying, 322, n I
Birth-rate of the world, 243, n I

Brownie poems and pictures to be published in book
Bismarck and Holland, 414

form, 387, n 2
Enter, 125

Browning, Robert, his Pauline : A Fragment of a
Baconianism, Sure cure for, 519
Blaine abroad, 152, 196, 213

Confession, Fac-simile edition of, 288, ni
Baird, Spencer F., Death of, 422

Advice for, 310

his Sordello, 71, n 2
Baireuth, Margravine of, Memoirs of the, 347, n 2

and O'Brien, 213

Bruce, Erie, his signaling balloon, 467
Baldwin Locomotive Works, 511, n I

could do, The worst thing, 78

Brutes and bullies of the period, 215
Balfe, Manuscript sketch books of, 164, n 2

faction extinguished, 351

Buck, Dudley, his Light of Asia, 141, n 2
Ballet dancers, Men as, 405

Firm grip of, 350

Buddhists antagonizing Christianity, 204, n 2
Balloon, Bruce's signaling, 467

gets the nomination, If, 213

Building, $400,000,000 invested in, 341, ni
Great captive, 90, n I
his presence at home will be desired, 213

material, New, 509, n i
Baltimore and Ohio deal, 465

Homage to, 213

year, Biggest, 111, ni
churches, 515, n 2

men do now? What will the, 311

Bulgaria, 525
Religious denominations of, 425, n i
No new elements of success with, 9

Prince Ferdinand of, 394, 414
Balzac, Monument at Tours to, 143, n 2 1

remains, After all, 153

Bulgarian army, Medals for the, 426, n 2
Bandelier, A. F., Historical work of, 368, n 2

Serious set back for, 351

Bulwer, Lord Lytton, his memory assailed, 71, n 2
Bangs, F. C., to star this season, 539, n 2

to Sherman, From, 78

Burke, Edmund, Anecdote of, 408, n 2
Banjo—the latest musical craze, 385

Why all this fuss about, 33

Burnett, Mrs. Frances Hodgson, on magazine portraits
Bank clerk's salary, 511, ni

will make the strongest run, 174

of authors, 120, n 2
Banks, Maude, on the elevation of the stage, 517, n I Blast surnaces, number of, 402, n I

Burnside, General, Statue of, 305, n I
Baptist churches in Burmah, 538, n 2
Blind Brother, The, by Homer Green, 208, n 2

Business, About, 401
missions, 163, n 2
Tom in litigation, 141, n 2

and industry, 14
Baptists, History of the, by Dr. Armitage, 247, n 2 Blood transfusion in decapitated heads, 89

comparison, 201
Barroom and the growler, 150
Bloody shirt, 269

depression, Causes of the, 240
Barnum, P. T., Bronze bust of, 245, n I
Blue Stocking, Origin of the name, 167, n 2

genius, 401
Offer of, 563, n I
Bodily strength in towns, Decay of, 160

is largely restricted, 523
Barr, Mrs. Mary L., Scotch dialect stories of, 228, ni
Bogota, Interest in the mission at, 344, n 2

prosperous, 320
Barrett, Wilson, his Hamlet, 324, n I
Beld project to connect Russia and America by rail-

Money and, 135
playing in England, 345, n 2

situation, 282, 321, 465, 510, 534, 558
way, 340
Batholdi in London, 164, n 2
Bologna striving to win a name as an art center,

world, 300
staiue, Paris has the copy of the, 285, n 2

Butter trade with England, Our, 363

470, ni
Baseball curve, Science of the, 262
Bonheur, Mlle. Rosa, Concerning, 186, n 2

Buiterflies, Finest collection of, 361, n 2
players, Salaries of, 87, n I

Interesting photograph of, 21, ni

Button's Inn, by Albion W. Tourgee, 451, n 2
Baths, Influence of, 243, n I
Book-Lovers' Enchiridion, 268, ni

Byron, A rare first edition of, 228, n 2
Bavaria, King of, Power of Wagner's music over the, making before the age of printing, 245

Tomb of, 400, n I
Books and literature, 306

Byron's sudden fame, 494
Beatrice, Princess, composes music, 93, n I

disappear? Will, 207
Beauty and pugnacity, 536

Enemies of, New edition of, 568, ni
Beaux Arts, Ecole des, An American carries off the

Influence of, 449
honors at the, 386, n I

Cable, George W., to travel South again, 120, n I
knowledge not wisdom, 557

under the lash of the critic, 188, n I
Beecher, Henry Ward, as a Humorist, 208, n i

that have helped me, 386
his art collections, 205, n 2

Cables, Motors and, 558
Booth, Agnes, on English actors, 93, n 2

Calcutta, In and Around, by Bishop Hurst, 268, n 2
taste for etchings and engravings, 44, n 2 Booth-Barrett combination, 21, n 2, 492, n I
worth and influence, Testimonies to, Edwin, a timid speech maker, 225, n I

Caldecott, Randolph, Edition de luxe of the picture

books of, 452, n 2
285, n I
as Hamlet, Henry Irving on, 326, n I

California, Division of the State of, 87, n I
Maj. James B. Pond's two works on, 248, the elder, his advice to actors, 204, n 2

First discovery of gold in, 452, n I
Boston Art Club, Acquisition by the, 326, n 2

fruit and real estate, 487, n i
Statue of, 492, n 2

Museum, Sundays at the, 285, n 2

Immigration to, 158, ni
the greatest preacher since St. Paul, 43, n 2
Ideal Opera Company gone to smash, 93, n 2

shipments to the East, 511, ni
Beef supply, 464

Ideals, Repertoire of the, 265, n 2
trade, Phil Armour and the, 465, n 2

Taxable property in, 421, ni

Massacre victims, Monument to the, 345, n 2
Beer and music, 32

wine yield, 401, n 2
Papyrus Club to Walt Whitman, 227, n 2
whisky consumption, 257

Cambridge training schools, 446

people read, What, 95
Salicylic acid in, 263, n i
Boswell's, Johnson, New Clarendon Press edition of, Campanini operatic concerts, 539, n 2

to perform Verdi's Otello, 564, ni
Beetroot sugar in Austria, 421, n i

Canada and annexation, 400, ni
Bellona's Husband, by Hudor Genone, 248, ni
Botany Bay, An enlarged, 251

Australia, Navies of, un, ni
Beneficence, Sympathy and, 84
Botanical survey of India, 284, ni

Commercial union with, 200
Benevolent endowments, 485, n I

work, The oldest, 226, n I

Debt of, 321, n I
Berlin, Meat inspection at, 301, n i

Boulanger at Clermont, 294
Sermons distributed to stay-at-homes in, 515,

Large libraries of, 347, n 2
barred out; but how long ? 173

Our commerce with, 241
- Ferry duel, 374

prepared for self-defense, 441
treaty, Remains of the, 413

March and the Margherita Polka identi-

Canadian exodus, 250
Bernhardt, her investment, 304, n 2

cal, 469, n 2

finances, Bad state of, 135
tour the largest on record, The last, 245, Bourbonism, Impudent and ruthless, 193

government, Charges of corruption in the,
Bowditch, the navigator, New casting of the statue

428, n 2
Besant, Walter, Friendly advice by, 208, n I
of, 326, n 2

iron industry, 241, n 2
Bessemer, Steel plates of, 534, n 2
Boxing the ears, 323

Methodist Church, 405, n 2
Best literature, 427
Boyhood, The Savagery of, 520, n I

Pacific, Australian wool to Boston via, 341,
place for the saloon, 176

Brain food, Fish as, 183
Bethlehem, Star of, 466

volume and intelligence, 202

public debt, 486, n 2

245, ni

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347, n 2

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Canadian system of railways, 534, n 2
Canal enterprise, Great French, 87, n 2
Candidates from the South, 429
Cannibalism among some Indians of British Colum-

bia, 400, ni
Cant, rant, balderdash, 334
Canton, China, Christian College at, 424, n 2
Capital and labor struggle in Chicago, 135

executions in Pennsylvania by electricity,

160, ni
Low wages for, 14

to wages, Relation of, 281
Car heating, 443

stoves in passenger trains to be prohibited, ,

ni, 261, n 2

wheels, New method of making, 263, n i
Carat of gold, 282, n 2
Carbolic acid in grinding tools, Use of, 488, n 2
Carbons, Manufacture of, 41, n I
Caricatures, Exhibition of, 426, n 2
Carleton, Will, industrious and successful, 228, n 2
Carlisle Indian school, 362, n 2
Carlisle, John G., of Kentucky, 411

is willing to compromise, 474
on the taxes, Views of, 522

What Kentucky wants is, 128
Carlyle and Goethe, 70
Cassin, Mmé. de, her choice collection of paintings,

540, n 2
Caste of authors, 246
Cataract in the eyes of young porpoises, 202, n 2
Catarrh in America, Cause of, 16, n 2
Cathedral at St. Augustine burned, 44, n I
Catholic schools in New South Wales, 469, n 2

University, 489, 516
Catholics in Denmark, 563, n I
Catholicism and Protestantism, Growth of, 563, n 2
Cats, Embalmed and bronze, 346, n i
'Cavalrymen mounted on bicycles, 138, ni
Caverns and Cavern Life, by Prof. N. S. Shaler,

520, ni

Inhabitants of, 560
Caxton's Boethius De Consolatione sold at auction,

Copy of, 368, n 2
Celluloid, 16, n 2
Centennial of the Constitution, 478, 502
Central America, Unification of, 64, n i

American canal, Need for a, 240

fire of the globe, 88
Chain-gang bill killed, 527
Change for a quarter in 215 ways, 86, n 2
Changing the aims of a people, 133
Character, A rounded, 463

tested by a musical note, 242
Charitable workers and experts, Annual gathering of,

467, n 2
Charleston earthquake, Capt. C. E. Dutton on the, 16,

Chinese Gordon, Bronze statue to, 92, n i

Cleveland, Pennsylvania sor, 9
and Japanese employment of Americans and

some appointees of, 15, n i
Europeans, 485, n I

stronger than his party, 152
Baptist exhorter, 365, n 2

survives, 389
bass-reliefs, Ancient, 266, n 2

Mrs., Etching by Paul Rajon of, 449, ni
emigiants all from Canton, 447, n 2

Indorsement of the President at, 329
girl graduate of the Woman's Medical Col. Climatologist, The, a new quarterly journal, 496, n 2
lege, 516, n 1

Clyde ship-building trade, 86, n 2
physician in New Orleans, 485, ni

Coal-beds of China, 158, n 2
plays in Paris and London, 539, n 2

in Tennessee, 381, 2 n
Raised characters for blind, 477, n 2

New theory as to the origin of, 343, n I
Chipman, General N. P., 69, n 2

output of Great Britain, 534, n 2
Cholera, Immigrants worse than, 250

pool projected, 421
invasion, Danger of a, 323, n 2

Coast Survey parties in the field, 184, ni
Choses Vues, by Victor Hugo, 228, ni

Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr., Death of, 348, n I
Chou-Chou, by Audran, 265, n 2

Cocaine, Effects of, 16
Christ, Life of, in verse, 227, n 2

Coercion in Ireland, 477
Personal claims of, 90

Manitoba, 507
Relation of the miracles of, 202

London's voice against, 5
Christian Biography, Smith's Dictionary of, 520, ni

of workmen, 221
daily paper needed, 365

Coincidence told by Rev. Dr. Schuyler, 69, ni
Facts and Forces, by Rev. Dr. Newman Coins and their devices, Our, 221
Smyth, 568, n 1

Fine collection of old, 39, n i
Definite aim of the, 42

Coke strike and pig iron, 341, n I
Endeavor, Society of, 447, n 2

Cold air Nature's panacea, 511
energy, 264

To avoid taking, 423, n I
recommendations, 248, n 2

water cause not gaining, 176
science, 446

Colenso, Frances C., Death of, 140, ni
Christianity Christian? Is, 324

Colfax, Sc yler, Monument to, 164, n 1
Christians, Voiceless, 424

College and the Church, 140, n I
Church, Alfred J., Two new volumes by, 496, ni

A people's, 563
Army in London, 204, n 2

education, Many of the younger generation of
bell in Mexico, First Christian, 405, n 2

writers had no, 308, n 2
collection, Generous, 20, n 2

graduates, Distinguished men who were, 516,
denominations, Union of, 140, n 2

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Life of the, 537

prohibitionists, 81
made of paper, 20, n 2

Colleges behind the times, Our, 359
music, 384

Marking system in, 446, n 2
of England Year-Book for 1887, 185, n 2 Collision of the Celtic and Britannic, 183, n 2
the times, 468

Collyer, Rev. Robert, on the secular press, 20, n 2
union, 203

Cologne, Great bell for the cathedral at, 448, n 2
Churches, Statistics of, 161

Colonial Ballads, Sonnets, and Other Verse, by Mrs.
Cigarette-smoking, Consequences of, 461

Margaret J. Preston, 120, ni
Cincinnati and Theodore Thomas, 225, n 2

Conference in London, 135, n 2
crash, 261

Color blindness on German railways, 403
Cities, Diseases of different, 513, n i

line, Drawing the, 174
City children apt to be undersized, 425

in politics, 429
Civil law and military customs, 319

schools, 526
service pensions, 318

Prohibition and the, 295
reform, 121

Colored citizens, Disadvantages of, 305
Cleveland and, 33, 369

Congress, 288, n 2
Genuine, 106

people, Alabama state university for, 491, n i
steps in, 409

sounds, 137
They halt at, 330

Colors, Harmony of, 385
War, Battles and Leaders of the, 228, ni Columbia has more students than any other college,
Civilization and recuperation, 259

362, n 2
Victims of, 399

Columbian Bank, Failure of the, 364, n i
Clark, Alvan, the telescope-maker, Death of, 423, n i

Combination and competition, 201
John Sleeper, the comedian, 305, n I

Comedy, Decline of American, 491
University and its founder, un, n 2

Comet? Is it a piece of a, 342
Clarke, John S., distinguished comedian, 204, n 2 Coming issues, 129
Classics, Mechanical methods in teaching the, 70

Commencement season, 259
Clergymen off for Europe, 285, n I

Commerce between the States, 374
with the title D. D., 538, n 2

Only one remedy for the demoralized state
Clerical mental labor vs. journalistic, 162
Cleveland a man of much thought, 501

Polyglot acquirements in, 442
ahead of his party, 371

with Canada, 241
and a second term, 52, 77, 128

Commercial union with Canada, 200
civil-service reform, 369

Communism, It looks like, 459
Governor Hill, 33

Comparative intensity of sensations, 183
taxation reform, 473

Competition, Catastrophe of, 85
the G. A. R., 209, 289, 433, 453 Compositor in Germany, The intelligent, 120, n i
Independents, 154

Compressed air as a motive power, 536, n 2
spoils, 121

Concert Optique, latest Parisian show novelty, 225, n I
workingmen, 171

Confederate bonds, English delusion concerning, III,
revenue reform, 330
Vilas, 9

congress, Secret sessions of the, 394
Appointments of, 238

Conflict in perspective, 253
boom, Can't be tortured into a, 210

Congo, Remarkable tribe on the, 114, n i
Confidence in, a cheering sign, 129

Ivory from the, 559, n I
his financial policy, 153

Revival among the heathen of the, 365, n 2
promises, Glitter of, 371

Seven steamers on the Upper, 204, n I
speech at Philadelphia, 501

Congregation church, 69, n i
Hope for, 372

Congregational Church, Phillips, in Salt Lake City,
in accord with his party, 475

365, n 2
is discreet, dignified, and all right, 175

churches in Southern California, 365,
made a mistake, 545

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New York opposition to, 10

singing in a Catholic church, 225, n I

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of, 145

Chasm, Yawning, 284
Chautauqua Assembly purchase, 344, n 2
Cheapness, Our fools' paradise of, 156
Chemistry has increased, Study of, 89, n 2
Chestnut-A knowledge of books, &c., 188, n 2
Chevreul, his keen sense of smell, 202, n I
Chicago, Astonishing spectacle of folly at, 7

building has ceased 159, n i
New cruiser, 261, n 2
Newberry library of, 347, n I
public library ill used, 71, ni

struggle, The great, 135
Childs, George W., and his employes, uit, n 2

made Doctor of Laws, 228, n 2
Child's-world ballads, 387, n 2
Children in Sunday-schools, 225, n I

Notes on the Early Training of, by Mrs.

Frank Malleson, 47, n I
China and American capitalists, 486

American miners off for, 559, n I
Christian college in, 344, n 2
Coal beds of, 158, n 2
Empress of, a poetess, 328, n 2
England and, 588
Missionaries in, 304, n 2
National banking system in, 465, n 2
Population of, 282, n 2
Railways in, 281
Small-pox inoculation in, 66, n I
Telephone in, 158, n I

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