An after-taste of the war series is found in a co-operative article by three authors called "A Romance of Morgan's Rough Riders." It descries the Northern raid of the rebel general (written by General Duke of his staff) his capture (written by a Unionist) his escape (by Captain Hines of his staff)
Mr. W. W. Rockhill continues the account of his trip through untrodden China. and extracts are printed from the advance sheets of the Memoirs of Talleyrand, which have been reserved from publication for fifty years since his death in order that all whom he spoke ill of might have time to die too. There is an introduction by the minister to France, Whitelaw Reid.
There is a sketch of Kenyon Cox, the artist, and one on "Chinese Music." Among the stories are G. A. Hibbard's "In Maiden Meditation," Viola Roseboro's "Nannie's Career," and Esther Carpenter's "At the Town Farm." Among the poems is "On Looking into an Old Album," by C. K. Bolton, H. U., '90.