THE clock in the cheery living-room —not “settin’-room,” or “front parlor,” although the Johnson cottage was located in East Harniss— struck seven, and the Reverend Charles Dayton, remembering that seven was the hour of his parish committee meeting, intimated that he must be going.By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN IN AINSLEE'S24 min
Mr. Osborn gives a sketch of the seven colonial premiers now in attendance at the Imperial conference. A forecast is given of the stand which each representative will take at the conference.By E. B. OSBORN IN MONTHLY REVIEW20 min
WHY is it that an urbanite who invades a rural district for the express purpose of obtaining rest immediately sets himself to the task of discovering excitement, I know not. Nor do I know why, to one under such circumstances of enforced enervation, the vivacity and buoyancy of youth appeal with so much power.By L. CONSTANS IN McCLURE'S16 min
The following selections from Mr. Johnston’s article give a good idea of the advance of Christian Science in New York City. It is a masterly resume of the phenomenal growth of a great religious sect.By WM. ALLEN JOHNSTON IN BROADWAY MAGAZINE16 min
DOES it pay a city to go into the electric light business? Should it own its street lighting plant or should it let the contract to a private company? These are questions which have perplexed the voters in many towns. The average citizen who pays the taxes needs only to have the evidence on both sides laid fully before him to decide and vote in the way most favorable to his pocketbook.By JAMES R. CRAVATH IN WORLD TO-DAY14 min
The result of English supremacy in the Transvaal was far from that predi ted by the Boers, The Boers are again in control of their state and have become Britain's must loyal subjects.By W. T. STEAD IN REVIEW OF REVIEWS.14 min
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