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INDEX TO

VOLUME III, OF THE ALTRUISTIC REVIEW.

Winnowings--Continued.

Winnowings--Continued.
Last Protest Against Woman's Enfranchise-
ment, The, 84

By James L. Hughes.
Li Hung Chang, a Character Sketch, 239

By John Russell Young.
Man's Conception of God From an Historical

Standpoint, 298 Market Gambling, 122

By Wm. E. Bear. Men Who Make the Best Husbands, 31, 32, 33 By Rev. Dr. Parkburst, Palmer Cox, Bill Nye and

Anthony Comstock.
Mill-girls, 89

By Elizabeth Morris.
Modern Poverty, The Significance of, 173

By W. H. Mállock.
Neal Dow as Guest and Host, 183

By Mrs. Joseph Cook.
Padrone Question, The, 79

By Edward Everett Hale. Pauperism, The Abolition of, 130

By Edward Everett Hale. Playgrounds for City Schools, 176

By Jacob R. Riis. Plutocracy's Bastiles, or Why the Republic

is Becoming an Armed Camp, 234

By B. O. Flower.
Political Japan and Its Leaders, 174

By Mr. Meriwether.
Possibilities of an Anglo-American Reunion,

283

By Captain Maban, U. S. N.
Progress of the World, The, 290

By Dr. Shaw,
Public Control of Urban Transit, 298

By Silvester Baxter.
Public Dinners in London, 285
Railway Situation, The, 129

By Prof. Henry C. Adams.
Recollections of Aubrey de Vere, 243
Recollections of Stanton Under Jackson, 237

By Hon. Henry L. Dawes. Renaissance of Women, The, 227

By Lady Henry Somerset.
Restlessness of Americans, 226

By Chas. Dudley Warner.
Rod and Gun, 85
School Excursions in Germany, 176

By J. M. Rice.
Sea Island Cotton Re-spun, 34

By Dora E. W. Spratt.
Sea Robbers of New York, The, 292

By Thomas A. Janvier.
Selling and Giving of Dinners, The, 90

By W. D. Howells.
Shall Boys and Girls Receive the Same

Education ? 169, 170
By Dr. H. M. McCracken, Dr. T. S. Hastings, S. S.
Packard, Chas. H. Knox, Edmund P. Platt and
Rev. Janies M. Taylor,

Short Stories:

Old Boston Mary, 172
The Kidnapped Bride, 172
In a Washington Hop-field, 172

The Storm and Stress in Germany, 172
Sleeplessness, 171

By A. Symons Eccles.
Some Evils of Our Consular Service, 125

By Albert H. Washburn.
Something for Children, 232

By Christopher Valentine.
Song of the Balboa Sea, The, 295

By Joaquin Miller.
Sophie Germain, 243

By Christine Ladd Franklin.
The College Graduate and Public Life, 125

By Theodore Roosevelt.
The Cuisine of Large Hotels, 77

By Ira H. Brainerd.
The Duties of Authors, 88

By Mr. Leslie Stephen.
The Growth of American Influence Over

England, 287

By J. W. Ludlow.
The Lineman's Wedding, 292

By Julian Ralph.
The Nooning Tree, 33

By Kate Douglas Wiggin.
The Paris Municipal Laboratory and What

It Does for the Public Health, 78

By Ida M. Tarbell.
The People of the Cities, 182

By Octave Thanet.
The Point of View, 290
The Red Bridal, 80

By Lafcadio Hearn.
Toronto as a Municipal Object Lesson, 128

By Dr. Albert Shaw.
True Pictures Among the Poor, 288, 289
Two City Girls' Experience in Holding Down

a Claim, 121 What Have We to Give Thanks For? 224, 225 By John Swinton, Alice French, Isidor Straus,

Bronson Howard and Jeannette L. Gilder. Where Time Has Slumbered, 178

By Julian Ralph. Woman, 293

By Charles Dudley Warner. Woman Suffrage, 133

By Mrs. Burton Harrison. Zee-Wee, 170

By Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Woman's Clubs, 264

By Mrs. V. G. Ellard.

THE STRUGGLE FOR THE LIFE OF OTHERS.
ALFRED TENNYSON By R. Pearsal Smith.

By PROF. HENRY DRUMMOND. Vol. 3. No. 1. A Monthly Record of Whatever is Worth Remembering.

July, 1894.

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By James L. Onderdonk.

WHITMAN.

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250 miles north of Salt Lake and 270 miles south of Helena.

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or

66

100 car loads 1889.
400

1890.
I 200

1891. 3000

1892. POPULATION....

Returns, $500 per car

500
500
500

$ 50,000 200,000 600,000 1,500,000

Population in 1890, 250 people. It now claims 1,500, and before 5 years will have 20,000, and it is to-day the best point in the United States to make real estate investments that will pay certain returns and immense dividends.

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No city has ever become wealthy or pro einent without opposition. It is easy to criticise.

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