The Wheelman for July is as full as ever of bright reading matter for all n any ways interested in the silent steed " and its not so silent riders. "Pedalliiuj on the Piscataqua ' is continued, and is valuable for its scenic descriptions, as well as for its historie explanations, all told in a happy way by C. A. Hazlett. It is well illustrated. " Karl Kron." the Prince of 'cyclists has a poera on the velocipede which he wrote while at Yale College in 1SG9. President Bates, as usual, makes us laugh with his jollity. This time he tells how "Mr. Cubb and Miss Margery come out strong." A most tiuaely piece is by B. B. Ayres, the enthusiastic wheelman of Chicago, on -'The Canada Tour" wiiieli is being taken thls week by some fifty wheelmen. The other artlcles are well written and tastefully illustrated.