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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.

questions of the times, entertainment, and instruction, published at Chicago by Th. G. Steinke. With the January number for 1889 it entered upon its second volume. Subscription price, $1 a year.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED.

Abbott, Samuel. Editor. "The Collegian." Monthly. January, 1889. Boston: New England Intercollegiate Press Association. Pp. 100. 30 cents. $1 a year.

Anthropological Society of Washington. "The American Anthropologist." Quarterly. Vol. II, No. 1. Washington, D. C. Pp. 96, $1.$3 a year.

Bartlett. John E., New York. Plans for an Auxiliary Supply of Pure Water, under Pressure, to the Cities of New York and Brooklyn. Pp. 117, with Plates and Maps.

Brinton, Daniel D., M. D., Philadelphia. The Ta ki: The Svastica and the Cross in America.

Brown. Harold P., New York. The Comparative Danger to Life of the Alternating and Continuous Electrical Currents.

Chavannes, Albert, Adair Creek, East Tenn. Vital Force and Magnetic Exchange. Pp 45.

Children's Aid Society of New York. Thirty-sixth Annual Report. Pp. 112.

Clarke, John M. Structure and Development of the Visual Area of the Trilobite Phacops rana, Green. Boston: Ginn & Co. Pp. 18, with Plates.

Conklin, Benjamin Y. English Grammar and Composition. New York, Boston, and Chicago: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 296. 75 cents.

Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. Annual Report for 1888. Part I, pp 87. Bulletin No. 96. On the Valuation of Feeding Stuffs. Pp.

Cornell University. Department of Agriculture Bulletins III and IV of the Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 20 and 16.

Dawson, N. H. E. Report of the Commission of Education for 1886-87. Washington: Government Printing-office. Pp. 1170.

Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, Chapel Hill, N. C. Journal for 1888. Part II. Pp. 84.

Emery, Titus Salter. Inorganic Coal and Limestone in an Electro-Chemical World. Pp. 137.

Empire State Association of Deaf-Mutes. Proceedings of the Twelfth Convention, Rochester, August. 1888. Thomas J. Fox, New York, Secretary. Pp. 48.

Evermann, Barton W. Birds of Carroll County, Indiana. Pp. 30.

Eyerman, John. On the Mineralogy of the French Creek Mines in Pennsylvania. Pp. 4.

Fitch. Charles H., Denver, Col The Fallacy of Free Land. Pp. 16.—Womanhood Suffrage. Pp. 12.

Gill, John Systems of Education. Boston: D. C. Heath & Co. Pp. 312. $1.10.

Hall. G. Stanley. Editor "The American Journal of Psychology." Quarterly. November. 1888. Baltimore: N. Murray. Pp. 192. $1.50. .$5 a year.

"Harvard Law Review." Vol. II, No. 1. Pp. 44 35 cents. $2.50 a year.

Hill, Robert T., University of Texas. Some Recent Aspects of Scientific Education. Pp 25.

Hinds, Prof. J. L. D., Lebanon, Tenn. Charles Darwin. Pp 15.

Hinrichs, Dr. Gustavus. Tornadoes and Derechos. Pp. 28.

Howard, J. M., D. D., Editor. "Cumberland Presbyterian Review." Quarterly. Vol. I No. 1. Nashville, Tenn. Pp. 128. 75 cents. $2.50 a year.

Illinois. University of. Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin No. 8. Pp. 10.

Hunt, Mrs. Mary H. Scientific Temperance Instruction in Schools and Colleges. Pp. 60. Boston: W. S. Best.

Iowa Agricultural College. Experiment Station. Bulletins Nos. 2 and 3.

Iowa State Board of Health. Semi-Annual Meeting, November 29, 1688. Pp. 18.

Irelan, William, Jr. Eighth Annual Report of the State Mineralogist, California. 1888. Pp. 948.

Jordan, David Starr. Report of the Alumni Trustee to the Alumni of Cornell University, June, 1888. Pp. 13.

Laing, Samuel, A Friendly Correspondence with Mr. Gladstone about Creeds. London: Watts & Co. Pp. 20.

Langley, Samuel P. Report as Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution for 1887-88. Washington: Government Printing-Office. Pp. 121.

Laux, James B., Greensburg, Pa. The Life Immortal (Poem). Pp. 12.

Lockhart, J. G. Ancient Spanish Ballads. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 299.

M. M. "The Southern Whig." New York: Crichton & Co., 221 Fulton Street. Pp. 7.

MacAuley, Clay. The Seminole Indians of Florida. Washington: "Government Printing-Office. Pp. 64.

Maine, Henry Sumner. International Law. New York: Henry Holt &. Co. Pp. 233.

Malone, J. S The Self: What is it? Louisville, Ky.: John P. Morton & Co. Pp. 138. 75 cents.

"Manufacturer and Builder," Vol. XXI, No. 1. New York. Pp. 24. 15 cents. $1 a year.

Massachusetts Agricultural College. Hatch Experiment Station. Bulletin (Tuberculosis, G. C. H. Fernald). Pp. 20.

Mays. Thomas J. . M. D. Pulmonary Consumption considered as a Neurosis. Detroit, Mich.: G. S. Davis. Pp 63.

Mendenhall, Prof T. C., Terre Haute, Ind. On the intensity of Earthquakes. Pp. 8.

Michigan Forestry Commission. First Report of the Directors. Lansing. Pp. 92.

Minnesota State Board of Health. Official Publication, Vol. IV, Nos. 9 and 10. Pp. 14.

"Modern Science Essayist." Monthly. Vol. I Nos. 1 and 2. Boston: New Ideal Publishing Company. 10 cents each. $1 per vol.

New York State Museum of Natural History Trustees Report, 1887. Pp. 390, with Plates.

O'Rell, Max, and Allyn, Jack. Jonathan and his Continent. New York: Cassell & Co. Pp. 313. $1.50.

Packard, Alpheus S. On Certain Factors of Evolution. Pp. 14.

Palmer. Charles T. Artificial Persons (Corporations). Chicago: Open Court Publishing Company. Pp. 16.

Phythian, R. L. Report of the Superintendent of the United States Naval Observatory. Washington: Government Printing-Office. Pp. 24.—Charting the Sky. Pp. 4.

Platt, James. Business. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 289.

Pohlman, Julius, Buffalo. N. Y. Cement Rock and Gypsum Deposits in Buffalo. Pp. 4.—The Life History of Niagara. Pp. 17.

Pope, Ralph W., and Stockbridge, George H., Editors. "Electric Power." Vol. I, No. 1. Monthly. Pp. 24. 25 cents. $3 a year.

Schultz, Carl H. Answer of Defendant in Suit of City of Carlsbad and Others vs. Carl H. Schultz. Pp. 11.

Seymour, Mary F. "The Business Woman's Journal." Bi-monthly. Vol. I, No. 1. New York: 35 Park Row Pp. 32. 20 cents. $1 a year.

Shufeldt, R. W. On the Affinities of Aphriza Virgata. Pp. 32, with Plate—Further Studies of Grammicolepis Brachiusculus, Poey. Pp. 24. Bos-