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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.

mal products; and the inorganic, containing, besides inorganic substances proper, alcoholic and ethereal preparations, creosote, paraffin, etc., and carbon products generally. Stress is placed upon the illustrations—of forms of crystals and representations of plants—as tending to make the subject more interesting and to impress the facts more firmly upon the memory.

 


PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

Adams, R. C. Travels in Faith. New York: Truth-Seeker Co., 1892. Pp. 238. 25 cents.

Agricultural Experiment Stations. Bulletins and Reports, 1892. The Silo and Silage in Indiana. Purdue University. Pp. 16.—Horticulture, Corn Crossing, etc. University of Illinois. Pp. 30.—Feeding Stock, etc. Iowa. Pp. 86.—Hand-power Cream Separators. Delaware College Station. Pp. 13. Illustrated.

Atkinson, Edward. The Science of Nutrition, and the Art of Cooking in the Allodin Oven. Springfield, Mass., 1892: C. W. Bryan & Co., Printers. Pp. 180.

Ball, W. W. R. Mathematical Recreations and Problems. London: Macmillan & Co., 1892. Pp. 241. $2.25.

Barrows, S. L. Evolution of the Afric-American. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1892. No. 28, Evolution Series. Pp. 28. 10 cents.

Bendine, Charles. Life Histories of North American Birds. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1892. Pp. 446. Illustrated.

Bessey, C. E. Transpiration, or the Loss of Water from Plants. Pp. 4. Reprint.

Bierbower, A. Was Christ crucified? New York: Truth-Seeker Co., 1892. Pp. 24. 10 cents.

Binet, A. Les Altérations de la Personalité. Paris: GErmer Baillière et Cie., 1892. Bibliothèque Scientifique Internationale. Pp. 323.

Brinton, Daniel G. Further Notes on Fuegian Languages. Pp. 6.—The Tribute Roll of Montezuma. Pp. 6. Reprints.

Bush, George G. History of Higher Education in Massachusetts. Washington: Bureau of Education, 1891. Pp. 445. Illustrated.

Call. R. E. The Chemistry of Soils. Pp 5. Papers read before the Iowa Academy of Sciences. Pp. 30. Reprints.

Cheal, J. Fruit Culture. London: George Bell & Sons, 1892. Pp. 194. 75 cents.

Clinton Liberal Institute. Catalogue, 1892. Pp. 48. Illustrated.

Cresson, H. T. Pile Structures in Naaman's Creek. Delaware. Cambridge, Mass., 1892. Pp. 24. Illustrated.

Curtis, M. M. Philosophy and Physical Science. Cleveland, 1892. Pp. 53.

Dall, William H. Instructions for collecting Mollusks, etc. Smithsonian Institution, 1892. Pp. 55.

Directory of the Scientific Alliance of New York, 1892. Pp. 33.

Doughty, F. W. Evidences of Man in the Drift. New York: privately printed, 1892. Pp. 14.

Ewart, William, M. D. Cardiac Outlines. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sous, 1892. Pp. 165. Illustrated.

Fernald, M. L. New List of Maine Plants. Portland Society of Natural History, 1892. Pp. 72.

Fernow, B. E. United States Department of Agriculture. Report of the Chief of the Division of Forestry for 1891. Washington, 1892. Pp. 38. Illustrated.

Fleming, Sanford. An Appeal to the Canadian Institute on the Rectification of Parliament. Toronto: The Copp-CIark Co., 1892. Pp. 176.

Foote, G. W. Infidel Death-beds. New York: Truth-Seeker Co., 1892. Pp. 98. 25 cents.

Gardener, Helen H. Pulpit, Pew, and Cradle. New York: Truth-Seeker Co., 1892. Pp. 30. 10 cents.

Hall, Henry. Ethan Allen, the Robin Hood of Vermont. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1892. Pp. 207. $1.

Hakes, H. Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. Wilkesbarre, Pa.: R. Bover & Son, Printers, 1892. Pp. 132.

Harper and Miller. Virgil's Æneid. Six Books. New York: American Book Co., 1892. Pp. 461.

Hayes, Charles W. An Expedition through the Yukon District. Washington: National Geographic Society, 1892. Pp. 48. 50 cents.

Hitchcock, Romyn. The Ancient Pit-dwellers of Yezzo, Japan. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1892. Pp. 10. Illustrated.

Hopkins, C. T. Shall we educate our Politicians? Reprint, 1892. Pp. 17.

Hudson, W. H. The Naturalist in La Plata. London: Chapman & Hall, 1892. Pp. 388. $4. Illustrated.

Hunter-Duvar, J. The Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages. New York: Macmillan & Co., 1892. Pp. 285. $1.25.

Huxley, T. H. Essays upon some Controverted Questions. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1892. Pp. 289. $2.

Industrial Art School of Philadelphia. Objects, Rules, Course of Instruction, etc. Philadelphia: Burk & McFetridge, 1892. Pp. 20. With Diagrams.

Journal of Morphology. Vol. VI, Nos. 1 and 2. Edited by C. O. Whitman. Boston: Ginn & Co. May, 1892.

Keen, W. W. Nephrotomy for Calculous Pyelitis. 1892. Pp. 10.—Arteriovenous Aneurism of the Common Carotid Artery and Internal Jugular Vein. 1892. Pp. 5. Illustrated.—Resection of the Liver. 1892. Pp. 5. Illustrated. Reprints.

Kinney, H. C. Why the Columbian Exposition should be opened on Sunday. Chicago: Rand, McNally & Co., 1892. Pp. 57.

Longshore, T. E. The Higher Criticism in Theology and Religion. New York: Truth-Seeker Co., 1892. Pp. 533.

List, N. A. American Charts of Literary Archæology, Vol. I. Folio, pp. 24.

McKendrick, J. G. Life in Motion. London and Edinburgh: A. & C. Black, 1892. Pp. 202. Illustrated. $1.50.

Mayo, A. D. Southern Women in the Recent Educational Movement in the South. Washington: Bureau of Education, 1892. Pp. 300.

Mechanical Engineering Teachers' Association. List of Officers, Members, and Rules. 1892. Pp. 23.

Milling. Illustrated Monthly Magazine. Indianapolis: D. H. Ranck Publishing Co., June, 1892. 25 cents a copy, $2 a year.

Milne, William J. High-school Algebra. New York: American Book Co., 1892. Pp. 360.

National Popular Review. An Illustrated Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol. I, No. 1. July, 1892. J. H. White, San Diego, Cal. Pp. C6. 25 cents a number, $2 a year.

Philosophical Society of Washington. Bulletin. Vol. XI, 1888-1891. Pp. 618.

Proceedings American Philosophical Society, Nos. 137 and 138. Philadelphia, 1892. Published for the Society by MacCalla & Co. Pp. 134 each.

Proceedings of the Newport Natural History Society, 1890-1891. Newport. Printed for the Society, April, 1892. Pp. 31.