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panies, 604; public instruction, 605; remarkable increase tion and resolutions, 622; National Labor Convention,
of prison convicts, 605; insane paupers, 605; method of 622; nomination and resolutions, 622; Republican State
keeping the poor, 605; an act to punish tramps, 606; Convention, 623 ; Domination and resolutions, 628 ;
referee laws for small auses, 606 ; geological survey, 606; Democratic State Convention, 624; nomination and reso-
the question of the election of U. S. Senator, 600; re- lutions, 624; election for State Judge, 624; do. for mem-
port of tbe committee of the Senate in Congress, 607; bers of Congres 624; do, for members of the State
biennial sessions and fall elections, 608; National State Legislature, 625; decision under the civil damage act,
Convention, 608; nominations and resolutions, 608; Re-

625.
publican State Convention, 608; nominations and resolu- Nihilists, the front rank of malcontents in Russia, 745.
tions, 608; Democratic State Convention, 609; nomina- Nitrato of Soda, export of, from Peru, 688.
tions and resolutions, 609; Prohibition nominations, Nitrification, an entirely new theory of the process, 88.
610; election of State oficers, 610; do. of Congressmen, North Carolina. – Debt of the State, 626; what shall be
610; do. of members of the State Legislature, 610.

done with this debt ? 626; embarrassed condition of the
Nero Jersey.-Session of the Legislature, 610; act to prevent current finances, 626 ; the penitentiary system the most

the attempt to bribe delegates to political conventions, costly of its institutions, 626; convicts sot to work on rail-
610; an act to regulate caucus dominations and primary roads, 626; number of convicts, 627; conclusions rela-
meetings, 610; resolutions in opposition to the free coin- tive to convict labor, 627; increased interest in popular
age silver bill, 611; resolutions relative to the restoration

education, 627; the law relating to public schools, 627;
of the American commercial marine, 611; Bureau of provision for the care of the insane, 627; efforts to carry
Labor Statistics established, 611; debt of the State, 611; out a system of internal improvements, 627; the plan
rate of taxation, 611; valuation tax and school tax in

of the system, 627; unrivaled railroad engincering in
each county, 611; rate of taxation in the principal cities, the mountain section, 628; details of the work, 628;
611; railroad companies in the State and their taxes, wealth of eleven western counties, 628; statistics of
611; the National Guard, 611; the public schools, 612; their productions, 629; agriculture throughout the Statc,
school property, attendance, and tax, 612; view of the 629; aggregate values, 629; animals and value, 629;
Governor on school education, 612; the Normal School, total real and personal property, 630; municipal elec-
613; feeblo-minded children, 618; Insane Asylum at tions, 630 ; State election, 630; conventions, 680 ; re-
Morristown, 613; investigation of cruel acts to prison sults, 630; the Chief Justice, 630; State Legislature,
convicts, 013; instruments of punishment used, 618; 630 ; instructions of Attorney-General Devens, 630; ex-
marriages, births, and deaths, 613; National Labor Con- tract from the Federal statute, 630; election for mem-
vention, 613; resolutions, 613; election of members of bers of Congress, 631.
Congress, 613; do. of members of State Legislature, Norwegian North Sea Expedition, its results, 853.

614.
Now Jerusalem Church.-General Convention, 614; new

book of worship, 614; Theological School fund, 614.
New York.-Session of the Legislature, 614; the subject of Obituaries, American. See alphabetical arrangement of,
apportiopment, 614; right of a succeeding Legislature to

691, et seq.
make the apportionment, 614; opinion of the Attorney. Obituaries, Foreign. See alphabetical arrangement of, 618,
General, 614; proceedings in the Assoubly, 615; codo
of civil procedure, 616; action of New York on the sub- Ohio.-The State finances, 663; funded debt, 663; local in-
ject of codification, 615; provision in the Constitution, debtedness, 663; increase in the debts of cities, 663; taxes
615; first Commission, 615; subsequent proceedings, levied in 1878, 663; amount of taxable property, 663 ;
615, 616; charges of official misconduct against the sa- railroads and telegraphs, 664; debt, earnings, expenses,
perintendect of the Insurance Department, 616; the passengers, etc., 664; accidents, 664; agricultural statis-
charges, 616; trial and acquittal, 616; the question of tics, 664; production of wheat, oats, barley, hay, flax,
abandoning the canals, 616; expenditure and roveoue, potatoes, tobacco, cheese, sugar, fruits, etc., 664; bees and
616; inquiry of the Assembly as to the cost of main- honey, 661; animals, 664; State charitios, 664; Inmates,
tenance after abandoning the tolls, 617; reply of the 664; Insane, blind, deaf and dumb, imbeciles, Peniten-
State Auditor, 617; investigation of the revenues and tiary, etc., 665; statistics of common schools, 665; labor
increase of commerce of the canals, 617; report of the statistics, 665; military service of the State, 665; aban-
Commission, 617; valuation of the various classes of donment by lessees of public works, 665; receipts and
charities and their receipts and expenses, 617; amount expenditures of, 666; acts of the Legislature, 666; ar-
required to complete the new Capitol, 616; act to pro- rangement of Congressional districts, 666; charges against
ride for the incorporation of pipe-line companies, 618; & member of the Lower House, 666; State Probibition
question of constitutionality, 618; opinion of the Gov. Convention, 666; nominations and resolutions, 666; Re-
ernor, 618; views of the Attorney-General, 618; a mar- publican State Convention, 666; nominations and resola-
ried woman may execute a power of attorney, 619; tions, 667; Democratic State Convention, 667; nomina-
threats for the purpose of extortion punishable, 619; tions and resolutions, 667; National Labor Convention,
report of the Bank Superintendent, 619; insurance com- 668; nominations and resolutions, 668; election of Stato
panies, 619; anthracito coal and railroad combination, re- officers, 668; do. of Congressmen, 660.
port on, 619; Fish Commissioners', vlows of food for OKUBO, Minister of the Interior in Japan, assassinated, 462.
fishes, 620; financial condition of the State, 620 ; fdan- Old Catholics. Their crisis in Germany, 669; question of
cial operations of the year, 620; tax levy, 620; canals— clerical celibacy, 669; points decided by the Synod, 669;
tonnage, revenue, and oxpenses, 620; State Prisons, statistics, 670; the Synod in Switzerland, 670 ; question
620; expenses and earnings, 621; insane asylums and of the reception of the Lord's Supper in both kinds, 670;
patients, 621; Inebriato Asylum, 621; National Guard, compromise, 670; statistics, 670; Old Catholics in Aus-
621; condition of common schools and pumber of pupils, tria, 670; do. In Italy, 670; do. in France, 670.
621; views of the Governor on common-school educa- Oregon.-Prosperity of the State, 670; revenuo and expen-
tion, 621; Women's Suffrage Convention, 621; resolu- ditures, 670 ; State debt, 670: payments on, 670; most
tions, 622; Prohibition State Convention, 622; nomina- ample foundation for schools, 671; coal deposits of Cool

et seq.

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691;

County, 671; swamp lands, 671 ; State Penitentiary, 671; expenditures, 687; imports and exports, 697; nitrate-of-
inilux of tramps and vagabonds, 671; the wheat crop, soda production in Peru, 688; export of guano, 688; rail.
671; salmon fisheries, 671 ; catch of the season, 671; the roads, 638; mines, 688.
canneries, 672 ; bow operated, 672; number of cases put Petroleum.-Prices and product, 128.
ap, 672 ; export of wool, 672; manufactures, 672; mining, Pallips, WILLIAM A.-Representative from Kansas, 135; on
672; articles exported during the year and amount, 672; the repeal of the specie resumption act, 175.
assessment roll, 672 ; railroad connections, 672; Indian Pipe-line Legislation.-A question of its constitutionality,
disturbances, 672 ; State National Convention, 673; noml- 618.
nations and resolutions, 673; Democratic State Conven- Pius IX., Pope.-Birth and death, 688; his career, 688.
tion, 674; nominations and resolutions, 674; Republican Policy of Leo XIII.-His Encyclical foreshadowing it, 783.
State Convention, 675; nominations and resolutions, 675; Poppy, The.-Its cultivation in China, 100, 101.
election of members of Congress, 675; do. of State offi- Population, density and death-rate, 723.
cers, 675; do. of members of tbe Legislature, 675; Legis. Popular Representation,-The cry in Japan, 463.
lative session, 675; United States Senator elected, 676; Portraits, Composite, how produced, 726.
amendment to the libel law, 676; a separate Supreme Portugal.-King and family, 690; area and population, 690;
Court created, 676; the property of married women not do. of provinces, 699; movement of population, 690;
liable for husbands' debts-details of the law, 676; Fish arca and population of Portugaese possessions, 690;
Commissioner appointed, 676; memorial to Congress on budget estimates, 691 ; trade and movement of shipping,
the subject of Chinese immigration, 676.

chief articles of export, 691 ; commerce, 691; mill-
tary and naval force, 691 ; Cortes opened, 691; new

ministry, 691 ; bill passed, 692; elections, 692.
P

P0886 Comitatus.--Views of the Secretary of War, 80;
Paces of the horse, 722.

using the army for, 197.
Pard, a city on the Amazon-its population, etc., 590. Postal and Telegraph statistics of the world, 251.
Paraguay.-The President, 677; revenue and expenditure, POTTER, CLARKBOX N.--Representative from New York, 185;

677; public debt, 677; value of imports and exports, 677; offers a resolution to investigate the alleged fraud in the
chief staples, 677 ; the state railway, 677; boundary Presidential election, 169, 170, 172.

treaty with the Argentine Republic, 677; details, 678. Potter Resolution, The.--Its adoption, 173.
PARDO, Don Manuel.-His assassination in Peru, 687. Power of School Boards to exclude children from public
PASSANANTE, GIOVANNI.—Attempts to assassinate the King schools, decision of Supreme Court of Illinois, 430.
of Italy, 459.

Presbyterians.-Church in the United States, statistics, 692;
Peach industry in Delaware, 238.

as shown by Synods, 692; Board of Education, .692;
Pennsylvania.--Close of the legislativo session, 678; its Committee of Freedmen, 692; Foreign Missions, 692;

business, 678; what institutions are sectarian in the General Assembly, 693 ; case of Rev. Isaac M. See, 693;
opinion of the Governor, 678; appropriation for military do. of Rev. John Miller, 693; do. of Rov. W. C. Mc.
expenses at Pittsburg, 678; uniform rate of interest de- Cune, 093; new basis of reprosentation, 694; Presbyte-
sired, 678; the rapid growth of the oil business, 678; a rian Church of the United States, 694; statistics, 694;
resolution passed opposing any reduction in the Federal Publication Committee, 694; Sustentation Committee,
army, 678; damages sustained by counties during the 694; foreign missions, 695; General Assembly, 095;
late civil war, 673 ; resolutions relative to labor and in- United Presbyterian Church of North America, 005;
dustry, 679; revenue derived froin indirect taxes, 679; home missions, 695; foreign missions, 695; missions to
debt of the State, 679; annual receipts and expenditures, freedmen, 695; General Assembly, 696; Reformed Pres-
679; decrease of revenues, 679; bapks in the State, 680 ; byterian Church, 696; General Synod, 696; Cumberland
savings and trust companies, 680; views of the Governor Presbyterian Church, 696 ; statistics, 696; General As-
on public-school education, 630; the subject of municipal sembly, 696; Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church,
indebtedness, 680; municipal reform commission, 680; 636; Presbyterian Church of Canada, 697; General As-
report, 630; plan reported in New York, 080; details of sembly, 697; Church of Scotland, 698; Free Church of
the Pennsylvania report, 681; remarks of the Governor Scotland, 698; case of Professor Smith, charged with
on this subject, 681; penal institutions of the State, 681 ; heresy, 698; United Presbyterian Church of Scotland,
rate of farm wages, 631 ; value of sheep and fleece in 699; declaratory statement of doctrine, 699 ; case of Rev.
western counties, 632; failure of attempts to acclimato Fergus Ferguson, 700; Presbyterian Church of England,
the jute-plant, 682; the fiber of the Indian mallow, 632; 700; Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 701.
the petroleum export, 682; difficulties of the Standard Presidency, report in Congress on providing a mode to try
Oil Company, 682; pipe-lino companies, 652; National the title of President Hayes, 163.
State Convention, 6S2; resolutions, 682; nominations, Prices of articles in New York for eleven years, 329.
633; Republican State Convention, 683; resolutions and Probate System of Connecticnt, radically defective, 215.
nominations, 683; Democratic Stato Convention, 681; Protestant Episcopal Church.—Statistics, 701 ; Domestic
resolutions and nominations, 684; election of State offi- Committee, 701; Indian Committee, 702; Foreign Com-
cers, 684; do. of members of the Legislatare, 685; do. of mittee, 702; Woman's Board of Missions, 708 ; Evan-
members of Congress, 635; decision as to statute regula- gelical Education Society, 703; Christianization of the
tion respecting marriage, 685; a case involving the lia- Jews, 703; election of bishops, 703; Church Congress,
bility of the city of Pittsburg, 635; decision of the Su- 704.
preme Court on taxing farming lands in extended city Provisions, increase in the export of, 123.
limits, 686.

Prussia.- King and ministry, 704; receipts and expenditures,
Poru.- Population, 686; President and Ministers, 686; navy, 704; provinces, area, and population, 705; branches of

686; army, 650; success of the Civil party in Congress, expenditure, 705; public debt, 705; subjects before the
636; national credit, 656; soizure of the Huascar by an Diet, 703; resignation of the Minister of Finance, 705;
English ship, 686; annual sessions of Congress, 657; a causes, 705; other resignations, 705; speech of the King,
fine art institution, 687; assassination of Pardo, 637; pub- 706; law relating to religious orders and congregations,
lic debt, 657; failare to pay interest, 687; receipts and 706.

Public Documents.-Messnge of President Hayes to Con- 780; resolutions, 730; election of members of Congress,

gress on Decomber 2, 1878, 706 ; report of the Commit- 731; receipts and expenditures, 731 ; savings banks,
tee of Investigation into the electoral frauds, 712; re- 731; school statistics, 781; Stato charitable and popal
port of the minority, 716; report of Benjamin F. Butler, institutions, 731 ; under the property qualification can a
717; report on the cipher dispatches, 717; a card from man vote on the property of his wife ? 732; decision of
Mr. Tilden, 717.

the Supreme Court, 732.
Public Schools, grounds of opposition to the in Maine, Rice culture in Louisiana, 500.
511.

ROBERTS, General.—His campaign in Afghanistan, 437.
Public Works in Costa Rica, 228.

ROKITANSKY, Baron KARL VON.- Austrian physiologist;

birth, 782; career and death, 732.
Roman Catholic Church.-Election of a new Pope, 782;

crowned, 782; proceedings, 732; Encyclical foreshadow-
Quo warranto, to test the title to a seat in the Kansas Leg- ing his policy, 733; intercourse opened with the Emperor
islature, docision of the Supreme Court, 466.

of Germany and the republic of Switzerland, 786; arrange-

mont atteinpted with Russia relative to the Catholic
R

Poles, 736; po direct cominunication with King Humbert,

736; Catholic societies in Italy encouraged, 736; arch-
Railroad Construction.—Unrivaled engineering in the bishops and bishops appointed to vacancies, 736; perse-
mountain section of North Carolina, 628.

cutions in Germany, 786; churches transferred to old
Railroud Foreclosures since 1875, with length and capital, Catholics in Switzerland, 730; escape of an exile from
121.

Siberia, 730; modifying act of Norway, 737; death of
Railroads of the world, 251.

Bishop Conway, 737; instructions relative to clerical casos
Railroad Tickets, the sale of, bow regulated in Maine, 509. in the United States, 737; the instructions, 787; opinions
Rajah of Pooree, his trial for murder, 433.

of the ineaning and effect of the act, 788; deaths by yel.
RANDALL, Chief Justice of Florida.-An opinion in the case low fever, 738; affairs in the United States of Colombian
of Drew, relator, against the State Canvassers, 335.

738; persecution in Corea, 738; death of Dr. Alzog, 788;
REAGAN, JOIN H.-Representative from Texas, 185; on the death of the astronomer Secchi, 788.
Potter resolution, 173.

Ross, ALEXANDER MILTON.--Canadian naturalist; birth, 789;
Reform in City Governments.-Report of a Commission in classification of the fauna and flora of his native country,
Pennsylvania, 685; do, in New York, 680.

789.
Reformed Churches.-General Synod, 719; Board of Direc- Roumania.-Sovereign, 739; area, 789; budget, 739; army,

tion, 719; of Domestic Missions, 719; of Publication, 739; imports, 739; railroads, post-offices, and telegraphs,
719; General Synod of Reformed Church, 719; Reformed 789; dissatisfaction with the treaty of San Stefano, 789;

Charch in the United States, 720; General Synod, 720. declaration of the Government, 789 ; secret session of the
Reformed Episcopal Church.-Statistics, 721; General Chambers, 739 ; message from the sovereign, 740; an-

Council, 721 ; resolutions relative to popular amuse- nexation of the Dobrudja, 740; settlement, 740; the
ments, 721; constitutional amendment, 721.

ministry, 740.
Religious Bodies in France, two kinds of, 348.

Royalty System of book publication, 224.
Researches and Experiments.-Mouchat's solar boiler, 722; RUSSELL, JOIN, Earl.-A British statesman; birth and death,

ventilation of sewers, 722; the Danube and the Aach, 740; career, 740.
722; utilization of the blast-furnace slag, 722; utilizing Russia.-Sovereign, 741; additions by the treaty of Berlin,
exhaust steam, 723; the paces of the horse, 722: popu. 741; grand divisions, area, and population, 741; popula.
lation, density and death-rate, 723; steering great steam- tion of Finlavd, 741; religious statistics, 741; condition
ships, 724; the paper manufacture, 724; substitute for of finances, 742; entire public debt, 742; nominal strength
silk, 724; tho Shotts of Algeria, 725; atmospheric elec- of the various divisions of the army, 742; losses during
tricity and plant-life, 725; a registering sounding ap- the war, 742; Russian navy, 742; steps taken to obtain
paratus, 725; new photographic process, 725; composite sailors, 743; development of Russian commerce, 748 ;
portraits, 726; an enemy of the coffee-plant, 727; the value of imports and exports, 748; value of foreign com-
pboneidoscope, 727.

merce with different countries, 748; movement of ship-
Resumption.-Preparations of the Federal Government for, ping, 743; tonnage, 743; railronds and post-offices, 744;
325.

elementary schools and pupils, 744; decisions of tho
Resuscitation of those apparently drowned.—Method used Congress of Berlin, bow received, 741; fraude committed
in the life-saving service at shipwrecks, 764.

during the war in the commissariat, 741; inter nal condi-
Returning Board.—Decision of the Louisiana Supreme tion of Russia, 744; continuous unoasiness, 744; trial of
Court in the case of the indictment and trial of, 495.

Vera Sassulitch, 744; attempt to assassinato Trepoff,
Revolutionary manifestations in Russia, 745, 746.

744 ; a sbock to the Government, 745 ; students, 745;
Rhode Island.-Legislative session, 728; a limit fixed to the Nihilists, 745; description of the internal condition of

indebtedness of towns and the taxes that may bo im- society, 745, 746.
posed, 728; the act, 723; an act passed to prohibit the

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wrongs of children under sixteen years of age, 728;
State Board of Ilealth established, 728; convention of SALISBURY, Lord.—Reply to the views of the American Gov.
the Probibition party, 728; resolutions and nominations, ernment on the fisheries award, 244; in a note to the
728; Republican State Convention, 728; nominations European Powers, defines the position of Great Britain
and resolutions, 723; Domocratic State Convention, 728; on the Eastern question, 253; English Plenipotentiary to
Dominations and resolutions, 729; minority resolutions, Berlin, 401.
729 ; election of State officers, 729; do. of members of Salmon Canneries on the Columbia River in Oregon, 072.
the Legislature, 729 ; insolvency act passed, 729 ; Its Sanitary Engineering at Torquay, 291.
features, 780; annendment to the liquor law, 730; amend- San Salvador.-President and Cabinet, 747; army, 747;
ment proposed to the State Constitution on the subject revenue and expenditure, 747; spirit tax, 747 ; esports
of liquor legislation, 730 ; National Labor Convention, and imports, and countries, 747; the crops, 748; value of
the principal exports, T48; do. of imports, 748; the Pacific Silver Mines of Nevada.-Their product, 602.

Mail Company, 748; inducements to immigrants, 748. Slaves in Brazil.-Progress of emancipation, 60.
SASSULITCH, VERA.-Russian young woman tried for at- SMITI, Professor ROBERTSON. — Trial for beresy by Freo
tempted assassination, 744.

Church of Scotland, 698.
School Education.-Views of the Governor of New Jersey South Carolina.-Legislative session, 767; robe of the

on the education given in public schools, 612; do. of the Speaker of the House, 767; resolutions on the remonoti-
Governor of New York, 621; do. of the Governor of zation of silver, 768; act to reduce the volume of the
Peunsylvania, 680; do. of the people in Maine, 6.

State debt, 768; committee to investigate the debt, 768;
SECCHI, PETER ANGELO.—Italian astronomer and Jesuit- proceedings and report, 768 ; Debt and Anti-Debt parties,

birth and death, 788; his inventions and pursuits, 738. 708; resolution of the Debt party, 768; substitute of the
Sectarian or not?—How the question is decided by the Anti-Debt party, 769; its provisions, 769; substitute ac-
Governor of Pennsylvania, 678.

cepted, 769; a caucus called to prevent a split among the
See, Rev. Isaac M.-Case before the Presbyterian General Democrats, 769; & committee of conference appointed,
Assembly, 693.

769; report of the committee adopted, 769; the report,
SEISMIT-DODA, Signor.- Minister of Finance in Italy-makes 769; bill op joint resolution passed, 770; protest against
a financial statement, 457,

it, 770; officers of the special court elected, 770; Demo-
Senator from New Hampshire, the question of the election cratic State Convention, 770; nominations and resol12-
of, 606_

tions, 770; Republican State Convention, 771; resolu-
Servia.-Prince and family, 748; army, 743; opening of the tions, 771; election of State officers, 771 ; do. of members

Skupshtina, 748; speech of the Prince, 743; legislativo of the Legislature, 771; accident to Governor Hampton,
proceedings, 748; the ministry, 748.

771; session of Legislature, 772; receipts and expendi-
Service, United States Life-saving.–Only governmental tures, 772; progress of Public Schools, 772; jetties to be

establishment of the kind in the world, 749; the first constructed in the harbor of Charleston, 772; taxation
regular attempt at organized succor, 749; pecuniary aid of city stock, 772; decision of United States Supreme
given to it, 749; only occasional efforts for the protection

Court, 772.
of navigators for the last half century, 750; history of the Spain. The King and ministry, 772 ; revenue and oxpendi-
successive steps and methods for the aid of navigators, ture, 772; public debt, 773; army and navy, 778; com-
750; action of Congress in 1854, 751 ; organization of the merce, 773; commercial navy, 773; Cortes assembles,
present system in 1871, 751; the appropriation of 1871, 773; message announcing the royal marriage, 773; mar-
751; in charge of the Revenue Marine service, 751 ; an riage bill passed, 778; regular session, 778; speech from
exploration and examination and reorganization of the the King, 773; inancial condition, 774; Cuban loan, 774;
stations, 751; Kimball, Sumner I., put in charge—the marriage of the King, 774; attempt to shoot the King,
work that was done and its successful results, 752; extent 774; insurrection in Cuba, 774.
of the stations and selection of the best available appa. Spectroscopic Research.-Its bearings on the nature of the
ratus, 752; code of regulations prepared, 752; details of elements, 91.
them, 752; continued success, 753 ; increase of the sta- Spindles.- Increase in the number employed in the United
tions and districts, 753; reports and further legislation of States from 1870 to 1878, 115.
Congress, 753; further increase of stations and improve- STAHL.-His investigations into the structure of lichens, 476.
ments in apparatus, 753; atteinpt to subordinate the State Capitol, New.-In Connecticut, 219; in Indiana, 440;
service to local politics, 754; disaster of the British ship in Michigan, 556.
Circassian, 754; number of stations in 1877, 751; im- State Public School.- A charity peculiar to Michigan, 557.
proved apparatus, telegraphs, and boats, 754; lives saved States of the German Empiro.-Area, population, votes, 872.
and lost, 755; act of Congress of June, 1878, formally Steam-Engine, Wells Balance.-Invention of the piston-rod,
organizing the service, 755; details of the act, 755; num. 774; two pistons in the same cylinder of the engine, 774,
ber of stations embraced, and their location and their 775.
organization, 756, 757; officers of the service, 759; de- Steering great stearnships, 724.
scription of the duties of subordinates, 758; do. of the STEPIIENS, ALEXANDER.—Representative from Georgia, 185;
house of the station, 759; do. of houses of refuge, 759 ; on the free coinage of silver dollars, 161.
equipment of the stations, 759; the surf-boat and its St. Gothard Railway Tunnel.-Its construction, 289.
carriage, 760; description, 761; manner of stowing gear, Stock Exchange, New York.–Depreciation of values in five
761; description of the life-saving ordnance, 761; tho
Lyle gun, 762; method of withdrawing frame and pins Sugar.-Imports, exports, manufactures, and product, 129;
from shot-line, 762; firing shot to wreck, 762; crotch, molasses product, 129.
hawser, and sand-anchor, 763; life-car with bawser and Sun, The.-Students in Japan ridicule the assertion that it
hawling-lines, 763; rescue by breeches-brioy, 764; using moves round the earth, and are mobbed, 462.
the buoy with bawling-line, 704; m od of resuscitation utro Tunnel, The.-Its extent and construction, 288; drain-
of those apparently drowned, 764, 765; evidences of vi- age and temperaturo, 289.
tality heretofore considered as signs of death, 766; life- Sweden and Norway.-The King and family,.776. Sweden.
saving dress, 766; cork life-belt, 766; the saved and lost -Ministry, 775; area and population, 776; population of
in six years, 767.

the principal cities, 776; revenue and expenditure, 776;
Suroers, ventilation of, 722.

debt, 776; army and navy, 776; imports and exports,
BIEPLEY, GEORGE F.-Birth and death, 767; career, 767.

778; movement of shipping, 776. Norway.-The Coun-
Sucre Ali, ruler of Afghanistan.-His answer to the ultima- cil of State, 776; area and population, 776; debt, and re-
tum of the British Government, 437.

ceipts and expenditures, 977; pavy, 777; railroads and
SHERMAN, JOHN, Secretary of the Treasury. — Statements telegraphs, 777; post-offices, 777; the army bill, 777;
relative to the preparations for resumption, 825.

St. Bartholomew ceded to France, 777; Government
Ship Canal across Delaware, 239.

loan, 777.
Side Lines of Mines.Decision of the Supreme Court of Swedish Arctic Expedition.-Its results, 854.
Colorado, 112.

Swing Bridge, the longest span crossed by, 282.
Silk Goods, the practice of weighting of, 229.

Switzerland.-The President and Council, 777; area and

years, 120.

rcer, 778.

army bill, 207.

tion, 888.

population, 777; movement of population, 777; revenue Princo Gortchakoff, 798; remark of Lord Derby, 798;
and expenditures, 777; army, 777 ; post-offices and tele- position of the squadron, 798; position of the Russian,
graphs, 777; St. Gothard Rallway, 778; elections, 778; 794; Duke Nicholas visits the Sultan, 794 ; conflict be-
new Assembly, 778.

tween Russian and British Interests, 794 ; reconstructed

Cabinet, 794; revolt among the Mohammedans of
T

Thrace, 794; Todleben takes command of the Russian

forces, 794; political riot in Constantinople, 795; signing
Taxation of its Stock by a city.-Decision of the U.S. Su- the treaty, 795 ; negotiations with the Austro-Hunga-
preme Court relative to, 772.

rlan Government, 795; the march of the forces of the
TAYLOR, BAYABD.-Birth and death, 778; writings and ca- latter into Bosnin, 795; conflicts, 796 ; ipsurrection in

Albania, 796; Russian occupation of Batam, 796; revolt
Tea, revolution in the trade and total consumption, 181.

in Bagdad, 797 : reforms recommended by the British
Tees River, in England, breakwater at the mouth of, Ambassador, 797; finances, 797; new loan, 797; evacus-
287.

tion of the Russians, 798; the treaties, 798.
TELLER, HENRY M.-Senator from Colorado, 135; on the TWEED, WILLIAM M.-Birth and death, 798; career, 798.

TYLER, SAMUEL.–Birth and death, 799; works, 799:
Tennessee.-State receipts and expenditures, 779; taxes, TYNDALL, Professor.-Investigations in spontaneous generk-

779; value of assessed property, 779; decrease in taxa-
tion, 779, local indebtedness, 779; local taxes, 780; the
State debt, 780; questions of the extent of the State's

U
liability, 780; amount of the debt, 780; views of the
Governor, 780; report of the committee to investigato
the debt, 780; condition of public education, 781; Demo- Unitarians.—Statistics, 799; National Conference, 799; Bu.
cratic State Convention, 781; nominations and resolu- reau of Supply, 799; proceedings of Conference, 800;
tions, 782; Republican State Convention, 783; nomina- American Association, 800; Foreign Association, 800;
tions and resolutions, 783 ; resolution to endorse Presi- non-subscribing Presbyterians, 800.
dent Hayes rejected, 783 ; National Labor Convention,

United Brethren Church. - Statistics, 800; Missionary so-
783; election of State officers, 784; do. of mombers of ciety, 801; convention of clergy and laymon, 801..
Congress, 784; sketch of the new Governor, 784 ; deci- United States. Resumption of spccie payments, 801; failure
sion of Supreme Court on the legal status of Southern to make appropriations for the support of the army, 802;
States during the war, 784; opinion of the Court, 785; extra session of Congress, 802; 2088e comitatus, section
views of dissenting judges, 786.

of the army act, 802; provisions of the Constitution and
Texas.- Area and population, 786; cotton crop, 786; the acts of Congress excepted, S02; the question of fraud in
cattle trade, 786; public debt, 786; public institutions,

the Presidential election, 802; committeo of investige-
786; Democratic Convention, 786; nominations and reso- tion appointed, 802; address of the Republican Congres-
lutions, 786; National Convention, 787; nominations sional Committee, 802; letter of Chairman Potter on the
and resolutions, 787; Republican Convention, 787; reso- objects of the investigation, 803; letter of the Postmaster-
lations, 787; election of State officers, 787; do, of mem- General to the Southern people, 805; action in Maryland
bers of Congress, 787; sketch of Governor Roberts, relative to the President's title to his office, 806; views
787.

of the people on the Administration, 806; its results,
THORPE, TTOMAS B.-Birth and death, 788; writings ond 800; reports of committees. 806; the Blaine resolution,
career, 789.

806; organization of the National party, 807; platform
Tuden, SAMUEL J.-Card relative to the cipher dispatches, adopted, 807; origin of the party, 807; votes cast by it
717.

in the last three years, 808; views and principles set
Tobacco Crop in the United States, 128.

forth by the National Executive Comınittee, 808; Com-
TODLEBEN, General.-Takos command of the Russian forces, mercial Convention in Chicago, 808; do. in New Orleans,
794.

803; Women Suffrage Association, 808; resolutions
Tonnage of American vessels, decrease of, 328.

adopted, 808; the crops of the year, 809; decline of the
Trade-marks.—Unconstitutionality of the act of Congress importation of dry goods, 809; decision relative to ex-
to protect, declared, 831.

amining and opening postal matter, 809; patent cases,
Treaty, Chinese, additional articles to, 810.

809; the bi-metallic conference—its failure, 810; origin
TREPOFF, General, Russian Chief of Police.-An atteinpt to of the present relations with Chine, 810; the Burlin-
assassinate, 744.

gamo mission, 810; the additional articles of the Chinese
Thinkers.-Annual Council, etc., 01.

treaty, 810; the reception of the Chinese Ambassador,
Turkey.-The Sultan, 788; area and population of the em- 811; speech of the Minister, 811; reply of President

pire, 788; finances, 788; paper money, 788; entire lin- Hayes, 811,
bilities, 758; military forco, 758 ; railroads, 798; Rus- Universalists.-Statistics, 812; General Convention, 812;
sian movements after the fall of Plovna, 788; the amendment to the Constitution, 818; other measures
Servians in the field, 789; map of Turkey, 789; move- adopted, 818; Women's Centenary Association, 813.
ment in the Dobrudja, 790; the Montenegrins, 790; Universities in Germany, 874.
steps toward negotiations, 790; appeal to the Pow- Utah.—Legislative session, $18; report of the committee on
ers, 790; an armistice concluded, 790; proliminary so much of the Governor's messago as related to po-
conditions of peaco, 790; terms of peaco concluded, lygamous marriages, 818; election law and revenue law
791; treaty of San Stefano, 791; meeting of the Turkish passed, 818 ; qualifications of voters, $18; ish culture,
Parliamont, 792; independence in its deliberations, 792 ;

value of assessed property, 814; school children,
important changu of the ministry, 792; invasion by the 814; the Mormon Conference, 814; statistics, 814; ac-
Greeks, 798; spread of the revolt in the southern prov- counts of the late Brigham Young, 814; decision of the
inces, 703; advance of the Russians upon Constantino- United States Supreme Court involving the question of
ple, 793; excitement, 798; English fleet ordered to Con- polygamy and tho constitutionality of laws for its sup-
stantinople, 798; protest of the Porte, 793; circular of

pression, 814.

813;

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