The May nuniberof The Jenness-Miller Magazine contains illustrations and deeeriptions of the correct dress for Business Women, for street or traveling, for Ladies and Mistes, based on Scientitic Principie?. The coetumét are unique, artistic and practicable. If you are not a BQbscriber, secure a copy of this nuinber at least. Single copies 2ó cents; subficription price 2.50 a year. Address The Jenness-Miller Pub. Co., 303 Fifth Avenue, New York City. A story of unu.ual power and strange plot will begin in the May Cosmopolitan and run through tbree numbers: The story of a man who, three tioies in his life, undertakes to paint Jesu . The author, Iljalmer Hjorth Boyeson. tbinks he has given the best work of his life in big singular story. Two other pieces of fiction will bttract attemion in the May number of the Cosmopolitan; two real war stories by men who have been in the tiiick of the iight. One is by Archibald Forbee.the fainous war correspondent, and the other by Albion W.Tourgee, author of "The Fool's Errand." The illnstrations of all thrte are something nnusual. Inaddition to its strong fiction, this number contains a beautifully illustrated article on the Cleopatras of the Stage ; another on New Philadelphia, for which the drawings were made by Harry Fenn. Some wonderful llash-light photographs Ilústrate the underground workings of a Leadville Silver Mine. Price 20 cents. Cosmopolitan Pub. Co., Madison Square, New York. Jïarper'ë Magazine for May opens with the iirst of a series of attractive papen on " The WVrwickshire Avon," by A.T. Quiller Coucb, superbly illustrated by Alfred Parson.s. Tlie Venerable F. W. Farrar, Archdeaconof WestniinstecontributeH au impartial and appreciative sketch of the origin and work of "The Salvation Arniy." " Roman London" is tlie subject of nn extremely interesting paper, wrilten by Kugene Lawrence and illustrated by H. D. Nichols. Colonel T. A. Dodge writes the iirst of a series of einertaining articles about "Some American Riders," hispaperbeingbeautifully illustrated from paintingsby Frederic Remington. Apropos of the recent increased interest in the aflairs of the Spanish-American repubüci?, Bishop J. M. Walden contributes an account of "The Argentine People and their Religions and Educational Institutions." Otber articles in this number of the Magazine include a causerie, by Walter Besant, "Over Johnson's Grave," short gtories by A. B. Ward and Caroline Earl White, the continuation of the seriáis by Charles Egbert Craddock and Thomas Hardy.aml poems by W.D. Howellsand Robert Burns Wilson. The editorial departments, under the control of George William Curtis, William Dean Ilowells, and Charles Dudley Warner, maintain their usual vigor and interest. Harper & Brothers, New York.