SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE FOR 1898 A GREAT PROGRAMME. The Story of the Kevolution by Senator Ilenry Cabot Dodge to run throughout the year. (F01 the flrst time all the modern art forces and resources will be brought to bear upon the Eevolution. Iloward Pyle and a corps of artista are making over 100 paintings and drawings expressly for this great work.) Captain A. T. Mahan's "The American Navy in the Revolution." 1o be illustrated by Carlton T. Chapman,the marine artist; Harry FeJin, and others. Thomas Nelson Page's First Loiig Novel. ' Eed Eock- A Chronicle of Beconstruction." Mr Page has devoted four years to the story, and be eonsiders it bis best wovk. (Illustraied by B. West Clinedinst,) Kudjard Kipling-. Richard H arrtii) g Uavis, Joel Chandler Harris, George V. Cahle, and others, are under engagement to contribnte storieb during ISiiS. Robeit Grant's "Search-Light Letters"- replies to various letters that came in consequence of his "Reilections of a Married Man" and "The Opinions of a Philosopher." j "The Workers" in a new tíeld- Walter A. Wyckofl', the college man whobecamea laborer, vill teil abont his experience with sweaf-shop laboréis and anarchiste in Chicago (Ülustxated from life by W. R. Leigh.) The Tlieatre, Tfce Mine,etc, will be treated in 'TheConduct oí Great Biisiiies.es" series (as were "The Wheat Farm;'.' "The Newspaper,:' etc, in '97), with numerous illustrations. liie at Gir's' Colleges-like the articles 011 "Undergraduate Life at Harvard, l'rinceton and Yale'and as richly illustrated. Political lieiniuiscenoes by Senator Hoar, who has been in public life for forty-five years. C. 1. Gibsoii will contribute two serial sets of drawings during '98, "A New York Day,?' and "The Seven Ages of American Woman."' B@,-77if full protrpcctus Jor '9& in small bookform (4 pages), printed iu tiro colors, with inmierous iUustrations (mver and decoraticms bi Muxfuld Panish), will bc sent upon application, postage paid. pr1ce, $3.00 a year, 25 cents a number. Charles Scribkek's Sons, New York.