In a Nutshell. Suggestions to American college students, by Dio Lewis, A. M., M. D. 1 vol., 12 nio. illustrated. $1.00. Clarke Brothers, N. Y. Dr. Lewis is well known for his sensible and practical suggestions on hygienic subjects, and this latest of uis works is calculated to give our college students some very useful hints as to how to keep their health. lts style is entertaining and its ideas thoroughly practicable. The April number of Lippincott's Magazine challenge ttention by the variety, abilitj", and interest of its contributions. The opening paper ha? for its subject " East Hampton, Long Island." " A Pilgrimage Down East," by R. Riordan, gives capital sketches of places and people. " The Germán Element in the United States," by E. V. Smalley, embodies in brief compass a large amount of puggestive information on an important topic. " Mr. Freeman on American Speech " is the title of a racy piece of criticism. An article on Wagner, by Philip O. Hubert, Jr., is avowedly the production of a fanatical ailmirer. One of the most striking papers in the number is one on " The Climate Cure," by Frank D. V. Carpenter, who writes In a decidedly cynical rein. The editorial departments are as well lilled and intercsting as usual.