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THB SATURDAY MORNING COURIER
of Interest Is
founil In tho
iurii. In Murk
tho notion In advanced by dramatic In.
tnrvlow Imlwroii Tom, tho reputed white
boy, ami hi mother Itaxann, the negres.
Thero In tho llrst part of a four-part story
ly Mary Mullock Foote,, entitled "Ctuur
d'Alone," doHlinit with tho laior troubles
In tho mining regions of Idaho, 'inoro
tiro two humorous tales, "Tho Guests of
Mr. Tlmms" by Siimh O. .Towott, n
quiet study of Now England rural life;
und "Mr. Ebonexer null's Investment"
by Colonol Richard Malcom .Tohiiiton,
it transcript of old-tlmo llto b,i floorgltt.
Mr. aeorgo Wharton Edwards contrlbu.
tea a abort akcteh tho tlrat of aoveral
entitled "P'tlt Matlnlo' Monotones," ro
luting to llfo on tho northoaatorn coaBt
tho United Stntea and accompanied by
tho author'a IlluatrattonR.
In tho group of posthumous pnpora by
Jamea Ilussoll Lowell thoro la a abort,
pithy, and charming eaany on "Criticism
February being tho blrth.montb of
Lincoln and Washington, tho number
contains material relating to both.
Tho contributions relating to art aro:
Colo's notes on Nicolaaa Maes in tho
series on tho Old Dutch Masters, ac
companied by an ongraving of thla
artist's "Spinner" made by Colo in tho
presence of the original picture in Am
sterdam: an example in tho American
Artist Series of the work of Louis Loeb;
and an article by Mrs. Edmund Goose
on the home llfo and methods of work
of Alma-Tadema, accompanied by front
ispiece portrait of tho artist.
Two articles of a unlquo sort aro "The
American Tramp at Homo" by Josiah
Flynt, and a paper on "Indian Music"
by Professor John C. Fillmore, of Mil
waukee. In personal sketches thore are a con
tribution from the late General D, H.
Hill setting forth 'The Real Stonewall
Jackson," and an interesting article on
Nikola Tesla, the Servian-American
electrician, byT. Commerford Martin,
accompanied by a portrait.
"Hunting with the Chetah" la an out-of-the-way
article on sport in India by
J. Fortune Nott. -
A group of "Irish Songs" by Jennie E.
T. Dowe presents a number of illustra
tions by Francis Day, and there are
other poena by Henry Tyrrell, Stuart
Sterne) Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Edgar
Fawcett and R, W. Gilder.
A diverting article by Washington
Gladden relates to ''The Myth of Land
Bill, Allen," which showa the ease with,
which largo numbers of peoplo aro im
posed upon by irresponsible itatomonta
which they do not take tho trouble to
The February Arena la another mam
moth number of the great progressive
review; it contains 104 pages and is filled
with able, papers. The opening paper
will Interest all lovers of Robert Brown
lag's poetry as well aa persona who ap
preciate broad but profound religious
thought. It la from the pen, of Rev. M.
J. Savage, aid la entitled "Religious
Thought la Browning's Poetry." "The
Relation of the Lane' Question to Other
RefbriM," by J. H. Bellangee is a
thoughtful paper in The Arena aeriea
oath Land Question. "The New Bi
bto," by Washington Gladden. D.D., la
a vary valuable contribution to the liter
ature of Higher Criticism. A feature of
this number la a profusely illustratod
Symposium on "Rational Dress for Wo
men," by a number of eminent Ameri
can women. Dr. Heinrich Hensoldt'a
series of papers on "Indian Occultism"
grows more and more absorbingly inter
esting with each issue. A very inter
esting, practical paper la from the pen
of Rev. Hiram Vrooman of Baltimore, on
"The Organisation of the Moral Forces."
It is in the line of a movement The
Arena haa originated and is pushing, to
awaken the conscience of tho peoplo and
unite moral workers for practical prog
ress. Congressman Davis discusses
"Honest and Dishonest Money." The
taainatiag aeriea of philosophical papers
by Stinson Jarvis on "The Ascent of
Life" is continued. The editor contrib
utes two striking editorial; the first is
entitled "They Have Fallen into tho
Wine-Press, or Illustrations of tho On
ward March of Uninvited Poverty;" the
second is a strong argument againat
Mr. W. T. Stead, the famous London
editor who haa so boldly attacked the
social circle evils he found flourishing
in Chicago, and Helen, M. Cougar, dia-
tlnguumed among temperance workers
aad women auffragUU, also upon the
lecture platform, dkwuBB in the Febru
ary number of The Chicago Magazine
ot Current Topic, "Chicago's Wicked
nets and the Way Out." The number will
eoataia besides these, articles by Chas.
lebteeoe upon "The President's Mes
sage 00' Hawaii;" by Daniel Brower,
, "The Suity of Mayor Harrison's
Mwedsmt" ay Bill Friend, upon.PU
frf Maf ; "The leased Mrs. Tanquary ;"
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Ira M Price writea a sketch of "Tramp"
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