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Magazines and Reviews.
The American Missionary is full of interesting matter.
It is to be regretted that it has ceased paying monthly visits and now
The following are the contents of the January number (Centennial
Jubilee) of the A. M. E Zion Quarterly Review, which we are
glad to see on our desk again:
Opening remarks, Bishop A Walter, D. D.; Centennial Sermon,
Bishop J. W. Hood. D. D, L L D; Shall the Christian Sabbath
be Maintained ? Bishop J. B Small, D. D ; Origin of the A. M.
E. Zion Church as a Distinct Organization, Rev. William Howard
Day, A. M, D D.; The Best Method by Which to Secure Funds
to Endow Educational Institutions, Rev. R A. Morrisey, A M.;
Over the Line, Rev. Walter Brooks, D.D.; Welcome Address, Miss
Eliza A. Gardner; Woman's Place in Church and State, Miss Emi-
ly V. Bird-Walters; Origin and Work of the Daughters of Confer.
ence and Kindred Societies, Aurora Evans; Editorials, John C.
Dancy; Press Opinions on South Carolina's Latest Horror.
Contents of the April Chatauquan:
GENERAL READING: Student Life in Germany, Illustrated; Ro
man Orators; The Changes of the Seasons; Sunday Readings;
Young Europe; Virgil's AEneid; How to Use Objects as Illustrations,
Illustrated; A Gentleman of Dixie, a Story, Chapter XXI., (Con-
clusion); Dreams and Reality; The Coke Country; New York Ed-
itors and Daily Papers, Illustrated; How a Ship is Made; Great
Harbors on Our Seaboard.
WOMAN'S COUNCIL TABLE: The Holy Season in Russia; Francis E.
Willard (1839-1898); A Bachelor Girl A Story; The Richest
Woman in the World, Illustrated; The Play. A Poem.
HISTORY AS IT IS MADE : The Maine Disaster: Crime or Accident?
International Law; Relief, Intervention, Preparations for War;
Zola's Trial and Conviction; Mob Murder in South Carolina;
Negro Disfranchisement; Student Volunteers; Politics South of
Us; Death List for February, Illustrated; and C. L. S. C. Work,