Popular Science Monthly/Volume 48/December 1895/Publications Received
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Agricultural Experiment Stations. Bulletins and Reports. Delaware College. Tests of Sorghum Varieties. By C. L. Penny. Pp. 24. — Iowa: Agricultural College. No. 28. Nine articles. Pp. 8. — Nebraska: The Conservation of Soil Moisture by Means of Subsoil Plowing. By T. L. Lyon. Pp. 8, with Plates. — North Dakota: Weather and Crop Report for September, 1894. Pp. 17. — New York: Rules concerning Gratuitous Chemical Analysis. Pp. 3. — Strawberries, Raspberries, etc. Pp. 20. — Ohio: Report for 1894. Pp. 12 + xlii.
Becker, George F. Reconnoissance of the Gold Fields of the Southern Appalachians. Washington: Geological Survey. Pp. 85.
Bolton, H. W., Editor. The Pulpit Herald. A Monthly Magazine. Vol. I, No. 1. October, 1894. Chicago: F. W. Clement & Co. Pp. 40. 20 cents; $2 a year.
Baker, Frank Collins. The Naturalist in Mexico. Chicago: David Oliphant. Pp. 145.
Columbia College School of Mines. General Information, 1895-'90. Pp. 28.
Cornish, Vaughan. Practical Proofs of Chemical Laws. London and New York: Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 92. 75 cents.
Correspondence School of Technology, Cleveland, O. Announcement for 1895-'96. Pp. 59.
Cramer, Frank. On the Cranial Characters of the Genus Sebastodes (Rock Fish). Leland Stanford, Jr., University, Palo Alto, Cal. Pp. 38. 35 cents.
Crawford, P. Marion. Constantinople. Illustrated by E. L. Weeks. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Pp. 79. $1.50.
Defender, The. Tariff Facts for Speakers and Students. New York: American Protective Tariff League. Pp. 158. It) cents.
Diller, J. S. Mount Shasta a Typical Volcano. American Book Company. Pp. 32. 20 cents.
Dreher. Julius D. Education in the South. Some Difficulties and Encouragements. Pp. 35.
Eccles, A. Seymour. The Practice of Massage. Its Physiological Effects and Therapeutic Uses. London and New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 377.
Ethnologisches Notizblatt (Ethnological Notices). Published under the Direction of the Royal Museum fur Völkerkunde of Berlin. No. 2. Illustrated. Pp. 100, with Plates.
Godard, Harlow. An Outline Study of United States History Syracuse, N. Y.: C. W. Bardeen. Pp. 146. 50 cents.
Green, Mary B.,M.D. Food Products of the World. Chicago: The Hotel World. Pp. 260. $1.50.
Guerber, H. A. Myths of Northern LandsAmerican Book Company. Pp. 319. $1.50.
Grimes, J. Stanley, Chicago. The Radiate Theory of the Cause of Gravitation. Pp 9.
Hale, E. M., M.D. Hydrostatic Heart Therapeutics. Chicago. Pp. 16.
Holbrook, Dr. M. L. Physical, Intellectual, and Moral Advantages of Chastity. New York: M. L. Holbrook & Co. London: L. N. Fowler & Co. Pp. 120. $1.
Iowa Geological Survey. Lemuel Calvin, State Geologist. Third Annual Report, with accompanying Papers. Des Moines. Pp. 407, with Maps.
Jordan, David Starr, and others. The Fishes of Sinaloa. Palo Alto, Cal.: Leland Stanford, Jr., University. Pp. 48, with Plates.
Lloyd, John Uri. Etidorhpa, or the End of Earth. Cincinnati: John Uri Lloyd. Pp. 376. $4.
Loudon, W. J., and McLennan, J. C. A. Laboratory Course in Experimental Physics. New York and London: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 302. $1.00.
MacDowall, Alex. B. Weather and Disease. London: The Graphotone Company. Pp. 83.
McClatchie, A. C. Flora of Pasadena and Vicinity. Pp. 44. 25 cents.
Morley, Edward W. On the Densities of Oxygen and Hydrogen, and on the Ratio of their Atomic Weights. Smithsonian Institution. Pp. 117.
New York Academy of Sciences. Transactions, Vol. XIV, 1894-'95. J. F. Kemp, Recording Secretary; and Catalogue of Exhibits, March 13, 1895. Pp. 281. with 49 Plates + 54.
Ostwald, Wilhelm. The Scientific Foundations of Analytical Chemistry. Translated by George McGowan. London and New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 207. $1.60.
Progress in School Reform. New York: Good Government Club "E," 145 East Eighth Street. Pp. 53, with Tables. Progress of the World. Monthly, Vol. I, No. 1, October, 1895. New York: Progress of the World Company, 156 Fifth Avenue. Pp. 156. 10 cents; $1 a year.
Richards, Frank. Compressed Air. New York: John Wiley & Sons. London: Chapman & Hall. Pp. 203.
Risteen, A. D. Molecules and the Molecular Theory of Matter. Boston and London: Ginn & Co. Pp. 233. $2.
Romanes, George John. Darwin and after Darwin. II. Post-Darwinian Questions; Heredity and Utility. Chicago: Open Court Publishing Company. Pp. 344. $1.50.
Salazar, A. E., and Newman. Q. Estudios Ijiéniquos del Aire (Hygienical Studies of the Air). Santiago, Chile. Pp. 20, with Plates.
Scott, E. G. Reconstruction during the Civil War in the United States of America. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Pp. 483. $3.
Sizer, Nelson. How to Study Strangers, by Temperament, Face, and Head. New York: Fowler & Wells Company. Pp. 367. $1.50.
Smithsonian Institution. An Account of its Origin, History, Objects, and Achievements. Pp. about 20, with Plates. — The Exhibit of the Institution at the Cotton States Exposition, Atlanta, 1895. Pp. about 80.
Stevens, W. Le Conte. Recent Progress in Optics. Salem, Mass.: The Salem Press. Pp. 22.
Stoddard, Charles Augustus. Cruising among the Caribbees . New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Pp. 198. $1.50.
Stuver, E. Asexualization for the Limitation of Disease, and the Prevention and Punishment of Crime. Rawlins, Wyoming. Pp. 16.
United States Life-Saving Service, Annual Report of Operations, 1894. Washington: Government Printing Office. Pp. 470.
Whiteley, R. Lloyd. Organic Chemistry. The Fatty Compounds. New York and London: Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 285.
Winterburn, Florence Hull. Nursery Ethics. New York: The Merriam Company. Pp. 341.
Wright, Carroll D., United States Commissioner of Labor, and Gould, E. R. L. The Housing of the Working People. (Eighth Special Report of the Commissioner of Labor.) Washington: Government Printing Office. Pp. 461.