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National Farmers' Alliance-1891, 117; 1892, Patent Law8–1896, 226.

190; 1893, 236; 1894, 182, 1895, 244; 1896, 230; Patent Office, The-1897, 229.
1897. 178.

Patton, J., Jr., Sketch of-1895, 105.
National Alliance and Industrial Union-1891, Paupers in Almsbouses--1892, 100.

117; 1892, 190; 1893, 236; 1894, 183; 1895, 244; Peak, J. L., Sketch of--1896, 92.
1896, 230; 1897, 178.

Peckham, R. W., Sketch of–1897, 158.
National Grange--1891, 116; 1892, 189; 1893, Pension Claims-1891, 110; 1892, 55; 1893, 233;

235; 1894, 183; 1895, 224; 1896, 230; 1897, 178. 1894, 28; 1895, 75; 1896, 233; 1897, 163.
National Parks-1897. 133.

Pension Legislation-1891, 110.
National Party Platforms-1891, 161; 1892, 163. Pension Statistics-1889, 40; 1890, 181; 1891,
National Political Committees—1894, 153; 71; 1892, 53; 1893, 233; 1894, 30; 1895, 77, 1896,
1895, 207; 1896, 148; 1897, 253.

234; 1897, 163.
National World's Fair Commissioners—1891, Pensioners by States--1891, 71; 1892, 54; 1893,
79; 1892, 227; 1893, 222.

234; 1894, 28; 1896, 233.
Nations, Wealth and Debts of–1804, 101. Pensions Dropped-1892, 154; 1894, 30; 1895, 76.
Naturalization Laws U.S.-1889, 181, 1896, 228. Pensioners, Mortality of--1892, 54.
Nativity of Population--1893, 30.

Penitentiary Convicts-1892, 98.
Naval Academy--1894, 101.

People, Occupation of-1896, 39.
Naval Stations and Vessels--1886, 17; 1887, 17; Perkins, B. W., Sketch of--1893, 64.

1888, 34; 1889, 38; 1890, 37; 1891, 139; 1892, Perkins, G. C., Sketch of–1896, 88.
143; 1893, 104; 1894, 123; 1895, 153; 1896, 122; Perpetual Calendar-1891, 11; 1893, 11; 1895, 11.
1897, 210.

Pettigrew, R. F., Sketch of–1896, 91.
Naval Statistics, United States-1887, 32. Pettus, R. w., Sketch of–1897, 161.
Navies, Merchant-1894, 206; 1896, 51.

Photographs by Electricity-1887, 10.
Navies of the World—1887, 12; 1890, 177; Photophone, The-1887, 13.
1896, 51.

Pig-Iron Product-1891, 90; 1895, 172.
Navy, Active List-1886, 28: 1887, 28; 1888, 30; Platform Single-Tax League-1891, 184.

1889, 33; 1890, 33; 1891, 135; 1892, 139; 1893, Platforms, Party-1897, 240.

101; 1894, 119; 1895, 150, 1896, 118; 1897, 206. Poisons and Their Antidotes--1886, 80.
Navy, Retired List-1886, 30; 1887, 30; 1888, Poles, The Two Cold-1888, 11.

33; 1889, 37; 1890, 36; 1891, 133; 1892, 142; Police Force of Chicago-1893, 402; 1896, 402.
1893, 103; 1894, 122; 1895, 152; 1896, 121. Police Force of Cities--1891, 101.
Navy, The New-1889, 182, 1897, 212.

Police Statistics of Chieago-1891, 344; 1892,
Navy Yards-187, 33; 1888, 36; 1889, 40; 1890, 374; 1896, 402.

38: 1891, 141; 1892, 145; 1893, 104; 1894, 125; Political Changes in Fifty Years—1891, 322.
1895, 153.

Political Committees, National-1886, 62;
Nebraska, Governors of--1885, 15; 1896, 122. 1887, 61; 1888, 63; 1889, 79; 1890, 71; 1891, 186;
Necrology-1890, 170; 1891, 308; 1892, 340; 1893, 1892, 273; 1893, 171; 1894, 153; 1895, 207; 1896,

358; 1894, 340; 1895, 377; 1896, 350; 1897, 406. 148; 1897, 253.
Nelson, K., Sketch of–1896, 89.

Political Committees, State-1886, 64; 1887,
New Mexico, Facts About-1889, 180.

64; 1888, 67; 1889, 32; 1890, 73; 1891, 190; 1892,
New Orleans Massacre-1892, 35.

172; 1893, 177; 1894, 159; 1895, 214; 1896, 150.
New States, The--1891, 112.

Politics of States-1896, 374.
New Tarifr, The-1891, 26; 1895, 26.

Popular Vote (1824-1888)--1891, 319; 1892, 237-
Nicaragua Canal-1892, 60.

243; 1893, 238; 1895, 244; 1896, 232-251; 1897,
Nicknames of Cities-1891, 118.

305.
N. Man's Land-1889, 184.

Population, Ages of the 1889, 7.
Nominating Conventions-1893, 39.

Population of Foreign countries-1896, 62;
Nominating Conventions, Vote in-1889, 176. 1897. 134.
Northern Explorations-1892, 39.

Population, Chicago-1891, 338; 1893, 398; 1895,
Notable Buildings, Chicago-1892,378; 1895,408. 404; 1896, 408; 1897, 440.
Notes, Legal Tender-1897, 78.

Population by Color and Nativity_1893, 31.
Notes, Treasury--1897, 78.

Population, Each Census—1893, 26; 1894, 34;
Nuggets, Gold-1896, 342; 1897. 448.

1897, 168.
Oats, Wheat and Corn-1891, 303.

Population, Elements of–1893, 28.
Oats, Price for Twenty-Eight Years-1891, Population, Density of-1893, 39.
328; 1892, 370; 1893, 392; 1894, 382; 1896, 430; Population by Families-1893, 34.
1896, 420; 1897, 454.

Population, Employment of the-1887, 9.
Oats, Production of-1896, 54; 1897, 43.

Population of Clties—1891, 94; 1892, 87; 1894, 37.
Occupations of Immigrants-1897, 289.

Population of Illinois--1892, 65.
Occupations of the People-1896, 39.

Population, Indian-1892, 93.
Oleomargarine, Taxes on-1891, 74; 1894, 143. Population, Male and Female-1887, 16.
Olney, R., Sketch of–1894, 57.

Population of School Age--1893, 37.
Opera Houses, Capacities of -1893, 114. Population of States—1895, 130; 1896, 67.
Original-Package Law–1891, 111.

Population of Territories-1895, 130; 1896, 67.
Paint, Luminous--1888, 13.

Population, Urban-1893, 29.
Palmer, J. M., Sketch of--1897, 156.

Population of States (1790-1890)-1891, 92; 1893,
Pan-American Congress—1891, 114.

26; 1894, 34; 1896, 68; 1897, 168.
Pan-American ngress, Members of-1891, Population, White and Colored-1892, 93;
115.

1893, 32.
Panics, Financial-1897, 143,

Population of the World—1887, 8; 1892, 154.
Paper Money in Circulation-1893, 76; 1897, 77. Pork Packing-1895, 260.
Parks in Cities-1896, 49.

Pork, Prices of for Twenty-Eight Years-
Parks, National-1897, 133.

1891, 350; 1892, 372; 1893, 392; 1894, 382; 1895,
Parochial Schools-1892, 96; 1893, 35.

430; 1897, 454.
Parties in Congress-1895. 157.

Porter, J. D., Sketch of-1894, 59.
Party Platforms, National-1885, 18; 1887, 50; Postoffices, Number of 1891, 160.
1888, 52; 1889, 55; 1890, 52; 1891, 161; 1892, 163; | Postage, Rate of-1886, 50; 1887. 46; 1888, 20;
1893, 131; 1897, 238.

1889, 179; 1890, 178; 1891, 319; 1892, 353; 1893,
Party Platforms, State--1886, 56; 1887, 50; 379; 1894, 213; 1895, 241, 1896, 227; 1897, 230

1888, 52; 1889, 62; 1890, 59; 1891, 163; 1892, Postal Currency-1897, 78.
163; 1893, 137; 1894, 143; 1895, 183; 1896, 142; Postoffice Department-1895, 257.
1897, 82.

Potatoes, Production of-1896, 54; 1897, 44.

Presbyterian Church Officials---1890, 162; 1891, Reid, Whitelaw, Sketch of-1893, 61.

301; 1892, 122; 1893, 88; 1894, 105; 1895, 136; Religion in Indian Schools-1891, 68; 1892, 68;
1896, 103, 1897. 190.

1893, 237.
Presbyterians-1890, 164; 1891, 302.

Religion in the United States-1886, 49; 1889,
Presidential Succession-1894, 200.

169; 1891, 300; 1897, 180.
Presidential Vote, Electoral-1894, 335; 1896, Religion, Statistics of-1888, 127; 1890, 161;
232.

1891, 301; 1892, 121; 1893, 85; 1896, 133, 1897,
Presidential Vote, Analysis of—1888, 29; 180.
1892, 43.

Republic of Hawaii-1895, 98.
Presidential Vote, Popular (1884-1888)—1888, Representation, Proportional-1895, 101; 1896,

75; 1889, 95; 1890, 178; 1891, 207; 1892, 353; 134.
1895, 244; 1896, 406.

Republican National Committee-1894, 153;
Presidential Vote (1824-1888)—1888, 125; 1889, 1896, 148; 1897, 253.
179; 1890, 178; 1894, 218; 1895, 261.

Republics, Smallest—1897. 177.
Presidential Vote (1824-1892)—1893, 378; 1897, Reservations, Forest-1894, 206.
305.

Reservations, Indian--1891, 68; 1892, 59.
Fresidents, Deaths of–1895, 179.

Reservations, National-1897,133.
Presidents, Facts About-1885, 29; 1886, 67; Revolt, The Cuban-1896, 93; 1897, 135.
188?, 72; 1888, 75; 1889, 95; 1895, 179.

Rivers, The Longest-1885, 11; 1888, 17.
Presidents' Messages-1896, 165-341; 1897, 265. Roach, W. N., Sketch of–1894, 63.
Prices, Movement of -1896, 70.

Roman Catholic Bishops-1890, 161; 1891, 300;
Price of Silver-1891, 109; 1894, 198.

1892, 122; 1893, 86; 1894, 105; 1895, 135, 1896,
Press Statistics-1886, 16; 1887, 123; 1888, 19. 101; 1897, 188.
Prisoners in Jails-1892, 99.

Ruggles, Gen. G. D., Sketch of-1895, 106.
Pritchard, J. C., Sketch of-1896, 91.

Rulers, Foreign-1896, 62; 1897, 134.
Private Schools-1892, 96.

Runyon, T., Sketch of-1894, 64.
Production of Gold and Silver-1893, 74; 1896, Russian Treaty, The-1894, 70.
183; 1897, 170-72.

Rye, Production of--1896, 54; 1897, 44.
Products, Dairy-1895, 57.

Saccharine--1887, 13.
Products of Farms in Illinois-1891, 120. Salvation Army-1891, 302-318.
Professional Schools-1896, 205.

Salaries of Governors-1892, 64; 1895, 129.
Probibition National Convention-1894, 153. Salaries, Large-1888, 15.
Property, Valuation of in U. S.-1893, 50. Sanitary District, Chicago-1891, 336; 1895,
Proportional Representation-1895, 101.

424; 1896, 412.
Protestant Episcopal Bishops-1891, 300; 1892, Sanitary Trustees—1891, 334; 1892, 386; 1895,
122; 1893, 87; 1894, 105; 1896, 102.

424; 1896, 412; 1897, 411.
Public Debt, The--1892, 199; 1894, 88-205; 1896, Savings Banks-1894, 395.
237; 1897, 303.

Sawtelle, C. G., Sketch of–1897, 161.
Public Debt, Analysis of-1892, 145; 1895, 161; Schoolhouse vs. Saloon-1889, 178.
1896, 236; 1897, 302.

School Age, Children of--1893, 37; 1894, 217.
Public Trusts-1893, 106.

School Law of Illinois-1891, 66.
Public Lands-1891, 73; 1892, 55; 1894, 203;

School Law of Wisconsin-1891, 66.
1895, 368; 1897, 228.

Schools, Blind and Deaf-1892, 96.
Public-Land System-1886, 78; 1888, 62.

Schools, Contract--1892, 58; 1893, 237.
Public-Land Sales—1892, 56.

Schools and Education-1891, 65.
Public Schools-1892, 96; 1894, 217; 1896, 204; Schools, Indian-1891, 68; 1892, 58; 1893, 237;
1897, 53.

1894, 215; 1895, 364; 1896, 206; 1897, 172.
Pulse, The Rate of-1886, 83.

Schools, Professional-1896, 205; 1897, 52.
Pullman Boycott-1895, 79.

Schools, Public and Private-1892, 96; 1893,
Qualifications of Voters--1891, 323; 1892, 57;

35; 1896, 204; 1897, 55.
1893, 123; 1894, 126; 1895, 180, 1896, 63; 1897, Schools, Pupils in--1892, 96.
175.

Schools, Teachers in-1892, 96.
Quinby, W. E., Sketch of–1894, 60.

Schools, Training-1892, 58.
Rallroad Building-1891, 70; 1892, 236; 1893, Seal Fisheries Dispute-1892, 44; 1893, 65;
186; 1894, 36; 1895, 132; 1896, 60; 1897, 64.

1894, 37.
Railroad Mileage--1895, 238.

Seay, A. J., Sketch of---1892, 54.
Railroads in Illinois-1891, 122.

Secretaries of States-1892, 162.
Railroads, Introduction of-1887, 14.

Seigniorage Bill Veto--1895, 122.
Railroads, Speed on--1888, 123.

Settlement with Italy--1893, 59.
Rainfall in United States--1890, 51.

Seymour. J. S., Sketch of-1894, 61.
Ranges, Cattle on-1892, 103.

Sewall, Arthur, Sketch of-1897, 154.
Ransom, M. W., Sketch of-1896, 88.

Sex and Population-1893, 30.
Ready-Reference Calendar-1892, '11; 1893, 11. Sexes, The-1890, 181.
Rates of Freight--1891, 342.

Sight and Distance--1890, 181.
Rates of Interest-1897, 296.

Signal-Service Flags--1888, 126.
Rates of Postage-1891, 319; 1892, 353; 1893, Sheep and Wool of the World—1889, 182; 1894,
379; 1894, 213; 1896, 227; 1897, 230.

333; 1896, 56.
Receipts of the Government–1891, 72; 1892, Sheep Per Square Mile--1893, 84.

107: 1893, 77; 1894, 89; 1895, 243; 1896, 58. Sherman Bill. Repeal of-1894, 87.
Receipts, Internal Revenue 1892, 112; 1896, Shipping of the World--- 1896, 51.
208; 1897, 299.

Ship-Building of the World-1892, 123.
Reciprocity Treaties--1892, 130.

Shiras, G., Sketch of-1893, 63.
Reeve, F. X., Sketch of–1894, 62.

Shoup, G. L., Sketch of-1896, 88.
Referendum--1895, 100.

Siam and France-1894, 68.
Registration of Chinese--1895, 368.

Signals, Weather--1892, 63.
Reform Ballot-1892, 51.

Sill, J. M. B., Sketch of-1895, 105.
Reformed Episcopal Bishops-1890, 162; 1891, Silver Circulation--1893, 75; 1897, 74.

300; 1892, i22; 1893, 88; 1894, 106, 1895, 136; Silver Convention-1894, 65.
1897, 190.

Silver Coins of the United States--1893, 76.
Reformed Episcopalians—1890, 164; 1891, 301; Silver Coinage--1892, 27; 1897, 76.
1896, 103.

Silver Committee--1892, 34; 1896, 190.
Reformatories, Juvenile-1892, 101.

Silver, Demonetization of–1897, 66.
Registration of Titles—1892, 384.

Silver, Distribution of--1891, 72; 1892, 103.

Silver, Export of-1894, 23; 1895, 25; 1896, 37; Suffrage, Qualifications for-1889, 24; 1890,
1897, 74.

182; 1891, 323; 1892, 57; 1893, 123; 1894, 126;
Silver and Gold--1894, 198; 1895, 239; 1897, 65. 1895, 180; 1896, 63; 1897, 175.
Silver, Government Purchase of-1894, 199. Sugar, Consumption of-1892, 114.
Silver in a Dollar--1894, 198.

Sugar Beet--1892, 114.
Silver Legislation-1891, 110.

Sugar, Bounty-1894, 203; 1895, 367.
Silver, Party Utterances on-1896, 189. Sugar, Foreign and Domestic-1894, 202.
SilverPrice of-1891, 109; 1892, 35; 1893, 73; Sugar, Produced and imported-1891, 64.
1894, 193; 1897, 72.

Sugar, Produced in United States--1892, 115.
Silver, Production of–1891, 73; 1892, 104; 1893, Sugar, Produced in the World—1892, 114
74; 1896, 183; 1897, 71.

Suicide, Facts About-1888, 16.
Silver Question--1896, 177.

Sunday Schools-1894, 41.
Silver, Range in Price of--1893, 75; 1896, 184.

Supreme Court-1894, 133; 1897, 215.
Silver, Ratio to Gold-1894, 199; ' 1895, 239; Syndicate, The Bond-1896, 19i.
1896, 188; 1897, 73.

Tariff Bills Compared-1894, 90; 1895, 28.

Tariff Bill, How It Passed-1895, 26.
Single-Tax League-1891, 184.

Tariff, History of the-1891, 23.
Smallest Republics-1897, 177.

Tariff on Liquors-1893, 170.
Smith, H., Sketch of–1894, 58.

Tariff and Wool-1891, 63.
Smith, J., Jr., Sketch of–1894, 63.

Tariff, The New-1891, 26; 1895, 26.
Snow Limit-1893, 377.

Tariffs, Comparison of All-1889, 15.
Sons of the American Revolution-1891, 124; Tariffs, Foreign-1892, 52.

1892, 127; 1893, 91; 1894, 107; 1895, 137; 1896, Taxation, Digest of–1894, 42.
105; 1897, 193.

Taylor, H., Sketch of–1894, 60.
Sons of Veterans-1889, 22; 1890, 22; 1891, 125;

Tea, Consumption of–1891, 76.
1892, 127; 1893, 91; 1894, 110; 1895, 139, 1896, Teachers in Schools--1892, 96.
107; 1897, 195.

Telescopes, American-1892, 39.
Sound and Color-1887, 14.

Terrill, A.W., Sketch of-1894, 61.
Southgate, J. H., Sketch of-1897, 156.

Territories, Area, Population, etc.-1885, 25;
Sparrows, Increase of-1887, 15.

1886, 48; 1887, 48; 1888, 50; 1889, 54; 1890, 70;
Special Days, World's Fair-1894, 187.

1891, 126; 1892, 64; 1893, 122; 1894, 56; 1895,
Spirits, Materials Used in-1894, 201; 1896, 211,

129; 1896, 67; 1897, 281.
Sporting Records-1890, 175; 1891, 311; 1892, Theaters, Capacity of–1893, 114.
334; 1893, 362; 1894, 344; 1895, 382; 1896, 355; Thompson, T. L., Sketch of -1894, 61.
1897, 412.

Thurston, J. M., Sketch of-1896, 90.
Specific Gravity of Metals—1892, 126.

Time, Measurement of-1890, 188.
Stage Favorites--1889, 186.

Time, Standard, To Obtain-1890, 179; 1891,
Standard Time, To Obtain-1890, 170; 1891, 320; 1892, 354; 1893, 380; 1894, 211; 1895, 247;

320; 1893, 380; 1894, 214; 1895, 247; 1896, 250; 1896, 250; 1897, 269.
1897, 279.

Time Without a Watch-1894, 212.
Stanley in Africa-1891, 318.

Titled American Women-1896, 239.
Stars, Number of--1888, 12.

Titles, Official-1895, 225.
State Banks of Illinois--1891, 120.

Titles, Registration of-1892. 384.
States, Admission of-1889, 177; 1897, 281. Tobacco, Production of-1896, 54-57; 1897, 44.
States, Area and Population-1887, 48; 1888, Tornadoes, Destructive-1891, 321.

50; 1889, 54; 1890, 70; 1891, 126; 1892, 64; Torrens Title System-1896, 82.
1893, 119; 1894, 56; 1895, 129; 1896, 67; 1897, Trade, Balance of-1895, 242; 1896, 193.
281.

Trade, Our Canadian--1896, 36.
State Committees, Chairmen of-1894, 155;

Trade, Commerce and Manufactures-1891,
1895, 214; 1896, 150; 1897, 257.

324; 1892, 355 ; 1893, 371; 1894, 360; 1895, 395;
State Finances-1897, 147.

1896, 369; 1897, 436.
States, Debts of the 1891,104; 1892,97; 1893,53.

Trade, Foreign Carrying-1893, 130; 1894, 41;
States, Governors, Capitals, etc.-1887, 48;

1895, 74; 1896, 61; 1897, 167.
1888, 50; 1889, 54; 1890, 70; 1891, 26; 1893, 119;

Trade-Marks-1896, 226.
1894, 56; 1895, 128; 1896, 66; 1897, 280.

Trans-Mississippi Exposition-1897, 259.
States, New-1891, 112.

Travel, Foreign-1896, 134.
States, Pensioners in 1891, 71.

Travelers, Hints for-1887, 18.
States, Popular Names of–1889, 180; 1896, 51. Treasury, Money in the 1893, 80; 1894, 102;
States, Rank of the–1889, 20.

1897, 78,
Statistics of Agriculture-1895, 55; 1896, 54; Treaty, The Chinese—1895, 108.
1897, 41,

Treaty, The Japanese--1895, 231.
Statistics of the Bible-1887, 13.

Treaty, The Russian-1894, 70.
Statistics of the Churches--1892, 121; 1893, 85; Tripp, B., Sketch of–1894, 60,

Tree, How to Measure a-1888, 14.
1894, 103; 1895. 133; 1897, 180.
Statistics, Sunday School-1897, 183.

Turkey and Armenia-1897, 130.
Statistics, Tobacco-1897, 44.

Unexplored Globe-1896, 75.
Statistics, Wool-1897, 47.

Union, States of the-1892, 352.
Statute of Limitation--1897, 296.

United States-Climatology-1892, 116; 1893,
Steamboating Chronology-1888, 127.

81; 1894, 168; 1895, 248; 1896, 108; 1897, 57.
Steel, Product of-1891, 89.

Circuit Courts-1892, 153, 1893, 119; 1894,
Stevenson, A. E., Sketch of–1893, 61.

133; 1895, 155; 1897, 215.
Stills, Illicit, Seized-1891, 109.

Court of Appeals—1892, 153; 1893, 120;
Stock, Live, Inspection of–1891, 121.

1894, 134; 1895, 155; 1897, 215.
Street Railways in Cities-1891, 100.

Court of Claims-1892, 153; 1893, 119; 1894,
Streets in Cities-1891, 99.

134; 1895, 155; 1897, 215.
Strike, The Coal--1895, 77.

Diplomatic Service-1892, 156; 1893, 124;
Strike, Cotton Spinners'-1895, 89.

1894, 137; 1895, 173; 1896. 135, 1897, 231.
Strike, Great Northern-1895, 78.

District Court Judges-1892, 153; 1893, 120;
Strike, The Pullman-1895, 79.

1894, 134; 1895, 155.
Strikes and Lock-Outs-1896, 198.

Financial Statistics-1897, 60.
Strikes, Minor1895, 77.

Foreign Legations in-1892, 161; 1893, 129;
Subsidies Paid by All Nations—1890, 45.

1894, 141; 1895, 178; 1896, 141; 1897, 237.
Succession, Presidential--1894, 200.

Gold Production-1896. 183; 1897, 71.

Military Societies in—1892, 127; 1893, 90;

1894, 107; 1895, 137; 1896, 104; 1897, 192.
Monetary System-1896, 186; 1897, 75.
Money in the-1892, 34; 1893, 58; 1894, 102;

1895, 51; 1896, 187, 1897, 81.
Population of--1896, 68.
Silver, Production of--1896, 183; 1897, 71.
Supreme Court,-1892, 153; 1893, 119; 1894,

133; 1895, 155, 1896, 125, 1897, 215.
Vessels-1896, 122; 1897, 212.
Wealth of–1897, 59.

Weights and Measures--1892, 40.
Unio Baptist-1897 59.
Union, Christian--1897, 188.
Onion, Sunday School-1897, 183.
University of Chicago, Gifts to-1896, 414.
University Extension–1897, 141.
University Trustees, Vote for-1892, 329.
Universities, Statistics of–1896, 202; 1897, 49.
Urban Populat:on-1893, 29.
Vacant Public Lands--1894, 203; 1895, 368.
Valuation of Property--1892, 153; 1893, 50.
Value of Imports-1894, 26.
Venezuela and Great Britain-1896, 86; 1897,

127.
Vessels Built in the World-1891, 25.
Vessels of the Navy-1897, 212.
Vice-Presidents, Deaths of--1888, 122.
Vineyards, Area of-1892, 102.
Vote, Electoral--1894, 335; 1896, 404.
Vote, Popular Presidential–1888, 125; 1889,

179; 1890, 178; 1891, 319; 1892, 353; 1893, 238;

1894, 213; 1895, 244; 1896, 232-251; 1897, 305.
Voters' Qualifications-1894, 126.
Voting Age, Population of—1893, 33.
Voting, Australian System-1890, 159.
Wages in Europe and America-1891, 125.
Wages in Foreign countries-1896, 44.
Wages Lost in Strikes-1896, 201.
Walker, I. N., Sketch of-1896, 92.
Waller Case, The--1896, 220; 1897, 113.
Walsh, Patrick, Sketch of-1895, 106.
War, The Chilean-1892, 59.
War and Education, Cost of-1895, 366.
Wars of the United States-1895, 182.
Warren, F, E., Sketch of-1896, 92.
Watch as a Compass--1892, 51.
Water, Tests for Pure--1887, 17.
Watson, T. E., Sketch of--1837, 154.
Wealth and Debts of Nations-1894, 101.
Wealth, Increase of -1890, 160.
Wealth of the United States-1897, 59.
Weather Indications-1888, 128.
Weather Signals-1892, 63.
Weaver, J. B., Letter of-1893, 165.
Weaver, J. B., Sketch of-1893, 61.
Wedding Anniversarles-1888, 74.
Week, Days of the 1888, 16.
Weights, United States Standard-1892, 40.
Weights and Measures--1892, 115; 1896, 52.
Weissert, A. G., Sketch of-1893, 64.
Wellington, G. L., Sketch of–1897, 160.

Wells, H. M., Sketch of-1896, 93.
Wheat Acreage--1891, 100.
Wheat, Corn and Oats--1891, 303.
Wheat Crop of the World-1887, 11; 1890, 160.
Wheat Exports-1891, 59.
Wheat, Duty on-1891, 141.
Wheat, Price of for Twenty-Eight Years-

1891, 348; 1892, 370; 1893, 392; 1894, 282; 1896,

420; 1897, 454.
Wheat, Production of-1896, 54; 1897, 41.
White, A. D., Sketch of--1893, 63; 1897, 158,
White, E. D., Sketch of-1895, 106.
White, s. M., Sketch of–1894, 63.
White and Colored Population-1892, 93.
Will's, A. S., Sketch of--1894, 60.
Wilson and Cleveland-1895, 125.
Wilson Bill, The--1894, 90.
Wilson, J. L., Sketch of -1896, 91.
Wilson, W. L., Sketch of–1896, 87.
Wine, Dealers in-1891, 75.
Wines, Aging of-1887, 13.
Wines, Consumption of-1895, 67.
Wisconsin, Governors of–1885, 14.
Wisconsin School Law-1891, 66.
Woman, Proper Weight of a-1890, 89.
Woman's C. T. U.-1892, 108.
Woman's C. T. U., Nonpartisan-1892, 108.
Woman Suffrage, Vote on-1896, 286.
Women, Titled American-1896, 239.
Wonders, American-1893, 190.
Wool, Consumption of-1895, 223.
Wool, Foreign and Domestic-1895, 223.
Wool Our Foreign Supnly–1891, 60.
Wool, Prices of -1897, 47.
Wool and Sheep-1894, 332; 1896, 56.
Wool, Tariff and Prices-1891, 63; 1895, 260.
World, Armies of the-1896, 232.
World, Navies of the--1896, 51.
World, Motive Power of the--1889, 169.
World, Money in the-1892, 62; 1896, 87; 1897, 81,
World's Columbian Exposition—1891, 77; Act

Incorporating, 77-79; Commissioners' and
Alternates, 79-80; Directory of, 79; Officers
of, 79; Committees of, 80-82; The Local
Directory, 82; Committees of, 82; Officers
of, 82; Lady Managers of, 83; Chicago Lady
Managers of, 84; Contesting Location of,
79; Stockholders of, 85-88; 1892, 202; 1893,
197-233; Attendance at, 1894, 186; Chronol-
ogy of, 1894, 190; Cost of, 1894, 188; Special

Days at, 1894, 187.
World's Fairs, Previous-1891, 89.
World's Merchant Na vies--1894, 206; 1896, 51.
World's Production of Gold and Silver-1896,

183; 1897, 72.
World's Railway Mileage--1895, 238.
World's Shipping-1896, 51.
World's Stock of Money-1894, 152; 1896, 87.
World's Sunday Schools-1894, 41.
Yeomans, J. D., Sketch of-1895, 107.
Young, P. M. B., Sketch of-1894, 59.

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