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1II3 SATURXIAY JMLOIJVIJVO COURIER
I'OUIIINKH'H miigaxlno for March
opens with tlio second article ly
,1ihI Chandler Harris on "The Hen
Island Hurrlcuni'M" tliiH ono dealing
ooelally with the groat rollof work
which Ih being iHiulncti' hy Miss Clam
lliirton nnil tho Red Cross society. Tho
distress in these Islands Ih llkoly to In
crease until tho Unit crop ahull ho until
orcd in tho Into spring, o thai tho noo
salty Ih apt to ho (limit at 11 tlmo whon
tho publlo him, for the most part, lost In
forest In tho catastrophe. Mr. HnrriH,
in IiIh tour fr Scrlbnor's magazine
through nil those islands, Iiiih presented
not only tho tlintrciwliiK part of tho
cntiiHtropho hut the httmormiH hIiIo of it
which tho sou-Island negro ho plentifully
furnishes. Ho Iirh umd tho finest litor
nry skill in doplotlng these HtratiKO
IrIiiiuIh nnil tholr picturesque Inhabit.
uutH, ho that after reading tho iirtlclo
ono feels that ho him actually lived in
now and curious surroundings. Tho
striking Illustrations hy Daniel Smith,
Hindu from sketches on tho spot, mid to
thin impression of reality.
Tho Contury for Mnroh hrlHtlofl with
M)intH, having mtnthcr of articles on
novel mid unliiuo toplcH written hy per
hoiib Hpocinlly ualllled to treat them.
Tho opening article is u nkotch of llfo In
'Tho Tullorlea Umlor tho Hocond Em
plre," hy MIsb Anna L. Ulcknell, who
whh mi inmnto of tho Tullerles tin an In
structor of tho children of cno of tho
court finiiilloH. MIm Ulcknell gives h
graphic Idea of tho daily round of lito at
tho palaco, and tho urtlclo ia interest
Ingly Illustrated with full-page portraits
of tho prlnco imperial v "Napoleon III
and Eugenie" (standing), and an engrav
ing of tho head of tho empress, from
Wlnterhaltor'a famoua group tho last
Iwlng printed ao a' frontiploco with an
appropriate aocond empire decoration.
Thia artlclo la tho sixth in the group of
papers relating to tho Honiipartes which
tho Contury has printed within n year.
Who aro tho moat famous writers and
artists of both continents? Tho Cos
mopolltan magaatno ia endeavoring to
anawor thia inquiry by printing a Hat
from month to month in Ita contents
pages. Thia magaiino claims that not
standing ita extraordinary reduction in
price, it la bringing the most famoua
writers and artlata of Europe and Amer
ica to intoroat ita readers, and in proof
of this claim, submits tho following list
of contributors for tho tiro months end
ing with February: Valdes, Howells,
Paul Heyso, Franclsque Sarcoy, Robert
Grant, John J. Ingalls, Lyman Abbott,
Frederick Maaaon, AgneaRoppller, J. G.
Whittior, (posthumous), Walter Besant,
Mark Twain, St. Goorgo Mivart, Paul
Uourget, Loulso Chandler Moulton,
Flammarion, Tlssandlor, , Dempster
Sherman, Adam Badoau, Captain King,
Arthur Sherburne Hardy, Georgo Ebore,
Do Maupassant, Sir Edwin Arnold,
Spielhagen, Andrew Lang, Berthelot, H.
II. Uoyeeen, Hopklnaon Smith, Lyman
J. Gage, Donlel C. Gilman, Frans von
, Lonbach, Thomaa A, Janvier. And for
artlata who havo Illustrated during the
name tlmo:' Vierge, Reinhart, Marold,
F. D. Small, Dan Beard, Jose Cabrlaety,
Oliver Herford, Remington, Hamilton
Gibson, Otto Baohor, H.S.Mowbray,
OttoGulllonnet, F. G, Attwood, Hopkln
aon Smith, George W. Edward, Paulde
Longpre, Habert Dye, F. H.Bchsll.'How
thia is done for 11.60 a year, the editor
of the Cosmopolitan alone know..
The North American Review haa sel
dom offered Its readers ao great a variety
ot subjects aa tho March, , number con?
tains, nor presented to them a more re
markable list ot contributors.' The open
ing article, which is entitled "The House
of Representatives and the House of
Commons,'' ia certain to attract consid
erable attention on both sides of the
Atlantic. It la by tho secretary of the
navy, Hon. Hilary A. Herbert, whose
long service in the popular branch of
congress makes him peculiarly qualified
to discuss the question from the Ameri
can point of view. Governor Greenhalgo
of Massachusetts, answers tho objections
that havo been made to his proposal 'for
holding an informal "Conference ot Now
England Governors," and tho United
States commissioner of navigation, Hon.
Eugene Tyler Chamberlain, contributes
an able artlclo entitled "A Present
Chance for American Shipping." Under
the caption ot "The New Aspect of the
Woman Question," Sarah Grand, author
ot "The Heavenly Twins," contributes a
clever and powerful article on tho rela
tion ot the sexes,
"An Eclipse ot Virtue," by Champion
Biasell, U the striking title of a novel
contained in the March number ot
"Tales from Town Topics." A rather
startling exposition ot the mysterious
power ot love is made in this story, We
find a beautiful young widow of great
fortune rejecting to some extent the
devotion ot an ardent young lover. She
philosophlxea over the unwisdom of
marrying him, although she loves him
devotedly, and then ot a audden she
literally kidnaps him, by drugging him
and carrying him away albne with her
or a yacht. Their life together is ideal
but fatal, and it only requires the ap
pearance ot a wild little native ot San
Dolago to rob the widow of her caval
. 'er, The little Cuban girl is the means
of bring tho story to u tragic climax, and
tho renders may nee tho khhIIIh despair
that results from woman's depravity and
man's deceit. The atory Ih written In a
brink and daring ntjle, ami Ih ikcoiii
panted by an umtminlly bright collection
of narrative, poems and witticisms
culled from the pages of Town Topics.
The lato iMr. Georgo W. CIiIIiIh wiim
butter known iih an Individual giver
than perhaps any other man In the
United StittcH. It Ih no exaggeration to
nay that Mr. Chllds, for tho hint half of
his life, put more time, lubor and pains
into the work of giving than ho did into
making money. To many people he
Reamed to Realtor IiIh glftH broadcast
ami lieatow thum liiillHcrlminatlngly.lmt
IiIh giving was not without method. In
the Review of KuvIowh for March Mr.
CIiIIiIh' method of giving iHiippreclatively
yet dlRcrlmlnntlugly described by Tab
cott WilllnniH of tho Philadelphia Press.
TIiIh article Ih HIiiHtrnted with ortrnlts
of Mr. Chlldn at dllTerent agcH, mid on
giavlngH of Rome ot IiIh moHt notable
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VV three button ciita'
jr trousers of which it
I frock and the
away Hint, tiie
able, mo tlm only correct coHtiitueH for
day drew, and the mntoriulHUHCil for the
coat and vi-hI are the name for both and
Include iinllnlHlied worntedn, worsteds
vlcu nan ami chevlotH. The double
breiiHted frock will be biitHllghtly differ
ent In st)lo during the Incoming hchrou
from what it wiih last fall, If tho differ
ence in mcamircd by inchcH;but In effect
the difference will be marked, and tho
coat will be much improu'd by it. It Ih
more a difference of refinement than
anything oIho -the polishing, an it were,
of a rough diamond. The extreme long
nklrtH of the coat came ho Hiiddenly that
Hovoral characterlHtlcH of the do'xmed
Itoh-talls were retained with them for a
time, making a heterogeneoiiH comioutul
of Htylo that wiih a boon to the mighty
army of catlcattiro artlHtH. Hut the in
congruoiiH characterlHtlcH havo beon
eliminated, and the coat Ih now, and will
continue to be throughout the hciihoii, a
consistent, graceful and beautiful gar
ment, that will be very popular with all
who rightly value article drcHH. The
principal changcH are a shorter waist, a
longer collar and fuller nklrtH. For a
man of average height, 5 feet 8 iuchcH,
the wnlnt length will be from n. to 18
liichcn; the full length will be from 12 to
II IiicIich; the nklrtH will have connider
able more bottom (ullncHHthan they had
hint fall, and the collar will be longer
and the gorge lower than they were then.
The vohI may be nlnglo or double
breanted, whether made from the hiiiuo
material iih the coat, or ot a fancy vent
ing; but the Hiiigle-brciiHted vent will bo
much more worn than the other, and
fancy vcntlugH promise to bo In much
Ichh demand than for many hcuhodh.
In woolen materlalH, an in everything
oIbo under the huh, hltUory repentB itnelf,
and the reign of plain fabrics him now
lasted no long that it hcciub rcanonablo
to anticipate nomothing in tho nature ot
a reactionary movement. The quietness
prevailing in 1)Uh1iiuhh generally will, jo
nomo extont, retard thin feeling, and In
any ciiho fiiHhion'B chungen tire brought
ubout ho gradually nowadays that noth
ing in the nature of a revolution Is to bo
oxpocted; but there 1b no denying tho
fact that the feeling for neat effects in
fancy worn ted, wool and cheviots Ih
slowly but surely growing, and in styles,
too, a steady but, ut tho name tlmo, not
too radical advance toward inoro pro
nounced effects is distinctly noticeable,
but will tuko some little tlmo to make
itself thoroughly felt. Quietness and
rollnomoiit will prevail. Neat effects in
checks and striticH will bo sold, and many
attractive new stylos of that character
have beon received with much favor,
especially in undressed fancy suitings in
soft hrowhn, drabs and grays.
It can scarcely bo considered un
natural that the prevailing color tono ot
tho fabrics for tho incoming season
should reflect to nomo ox'tent the somber
"grnyncBs" ot the commercial horizon.
Certain it ,is that gray in Kb various
shades will predominate for spring and
Bummer trado'. Of course thero will bo
many varieties of color und combination,
but it in sufo to nny that 'the inclination
will bo to approach the shades verging
on tho bordern of "browndom," as a
chungo from the blues und slutee to
.which wo have been no long accustomed.
These highly colored statements refer
chietly, it is needless to say, to full suit
lugB and to trouserings. For double-
breasted frocks and cutaways black,
Oxford und Cuinbridgo will apparently
bo most in favor.
Fuirly wide stripo effects tiro likely to
bo populur for troiiHorn, whilo vory nent
stripes aro cquully udupted for both pur
poses. Extreme novelties, however, aro
pronounced stripes, und they have also
sold well. Soft wornted und wool
trouserings will bo qven inoro populur
than herotoforo, and cheviot trouserings
uro ulso Increasing in favor, especially in
tho pronounced stripes. ' ',
There in overy indication that fancy
vestlngB will bo good sollorn thin season,
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variety to choose from. Thero uro Purls
vcBtings in silk und wool mixtures, und
with overy imaginable description of fig
uro from u pin spot to u plaid, und of
overy concoivublo shade. Thero uro ulso
plain effects in basket and honeycomb
weaves in drubs, ntono colors und creams
for weddings und evening dress. Fine
white inarsoilles in solid,, effects in
buskots, honeycombs, piquoputtorns and
ottoman ribs nro vory uttruetlvo, as uro
also the fancy niurseilles in white
grounds und u variety of flguro effects in
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