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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.

Devil's, The, Visit. New York: Excelsior Publishing House. Pp. 448.

Dominion, The. Illustrated Monthly. May, 1892. Montreal. Pp. 64. 15 cents. $1.50 a year.

Durfee, W. F. In Memoriam. Charles Alfred Hobbs. Pp. 12.

Falkener, Edward. Games, Ancient and Oriental, and how to play them. New York: Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 366. $6.

Gill, Theodore. Notes on the Tetraodontoidea. Pp. 16, with Plate.—On the Genus Chonerhimes or Xenopterus. Pp. 3. On the Genus Gnatbanacanthus of Bleeker. Pp. 4.

Ginn & Co., Boston. Catalogue and Announcements for 1892. Pp. 163.

Gordon, E. M. A Warning to all the Inhabitants of this World. Philadelphia. Pp. 35.

Greswell, Rev. W. P. Geography of Africa South of the Zambesi. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 400, with Three Maps. 2.

Gunton, Prof. George. Taxation and Revenue. The Protectionist View. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 20. 10 cents.

Halsted, Byron D., New Brunswick, N. J. Some Fungi Common to Wild and Cultivated Plants. Pp. 6.—A Century of American Weeds. Pp. 8.—Report of the Botanical Department, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 108.—Syllabus of Lectures on Botany. Pp. 16.

Henry, M. Charles. Les Odeurs (Odors). Paris, France: A. Hermann. Pp. 68.

Holbrook, M. L., M. D. The Hygienic Treatment of Consumption. New York: M. L. Holbrook & Co. Pp. 219. $2.

Humanity's Spreading Curse. The Scribes and Pharisees. By One of them. Dallas, Texas: E. H. Andrae. Pp. 106. 35 cents.

Hurst, George H. Silk Dyeing, Printing, and Finishing. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 226, with 166 samples. $2.

Illinois State Board of Health. Eleventh Annual Report. Springfield. Pp. 236.

Ingersoll, Robert G. Thomas Paine. Buffalo, N. Y.: H. L. Green. Pp. 10. 10 cents.

James, U. P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Catalogue of Scientific Books. Pp. 24.

Landauer, J., and Taylor, James. Blowpipe Analysis. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 173. $1.10.

Leverett, Frank. On the Correlation of Moraines with Lake Beaches of Lake Erie. Pp. 20.—Pleistocene Fluvial Planes of Western Pennsylvania. Pp. 14.

McGuire, J. D. Materials, Apparatus, and Processes of the Aboriginal Lapidary. Pp. 12.

Mackenzie, Alexander. Implements, Weapons, etc., from Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Islands. Pp. 16, with Plates.

Marshall, Alfred. Elements of Economics of Industry. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 416. $1.

Michigan, University of. University Record, April. 1892. Quarterly. Pp. 24. 12 cents, 50 cents a year.

Morris, R. Anna. Physical Education in the Public Schools. New York: American Book Co. Pp. 192. $1.

Monroe, W. S. A Pedagogical Library. Pp. 12. Oakland, Cal.: Philip M. Fisher. Pp. 12.

Naegeli, Prof. Carl, and Schwendener, Prof. S. The Microscope in Theory and Practice. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 382. $2.60.

Parmalee, Mary. Who? When? and What? Famous Men and Events of Six Centuries. Wallchart. 50 cents.—Answered in the Negative. Pp. 203. 50 cents. New York: Parmalee & Chaffee.

Patterson, H. J. Report of Chemist, Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 48.

Pennell, Joseph. The Jew at Home. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 105. $1.

Physical Education. Vol. I, Nos. 1 and 2. Springfield, Mass. The Triangle Publishing Co. Pp. 18 each. Monthly. $1 a year.

Pierce, Newton B. A Disease of Almond Trees. Pp. 12, with Plates.

Pillings, J. C. Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages. Washington: Bureau of Ethnology. Pp. 614.

Poor, Laura E. Life and Writings of John Alfred Poor. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 400. $3.

Potts, William. The Monetary Problem. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 36. 10 cents.

Ramsey, Samuel. The English Language and English Grammars. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 570. $3.

Redding, Jacob, M. D. Physiology, its Science and Philosophy. New Castle, Ind. Pp. 632.

Reid, H. F. Studies of the Muir Glacier, Alaska. Washington: National Geographic Society. Pp. 84. $1.

Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. Catalogue, etc., 1892. Pp. 50.

Salter, W. M. Freedom of Thought and of Speech. Chicago: C. H. Kerr & Co. Pp. 29.

Sampson, Z. Sidney. The Immigration Problem. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 24. 10 cents.

The Sanitary Inspector. Monthly. Pp. 12. Augusta, Me. 25 cents a year.

Schwahn, J. G. The Tableau; or, Heaven as a Republic. Los Angeles, Cal.: Franklin Printing Co. Pp. 233. 50 cents.

Shearman, Thomas G. Taxation and Revenue. The Free-Trade View. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 32. 10 cents.

Smithsonian Institution. Report for 1890. Pp. 808.—Report United States National Museum. 1888-'89. Pp. 930.

Spencer, Herbert. Social Statics; or, Man vs. the State. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 420. $2.

Thomas, A. R., M. D. Evolution of the Earth and Man. Philadelphia. Pp. 30.

Trelease, William. Revision of Rumex. St. Louis. Pp. 98, with 33 Plates.

The Treasury of Religious Thought. J. Sanderson, LL. D., Editor. New York: E. B. Treat & Co. Monthly. Pp. 92. 25 cents, $2.50 a year.

United States Artillery Journal. Quarterly. Fortress Monroe, Va.: Artillery School Press. Pp. 86. 25 cents, $2 a year.

United States Geological Survey. Mineral Products. Chart.

United States Signal Service. Normal Temperature Charts by Decades. 71 Charts.

Wadsworth, M. E. The South Trap Range of the Keweenaw Series. Pp. 3.

The Wool Book for 1892. Compiled by S. D. North. Boston: National Association of Wool Manufacturers; S. D. North, Secretary. Pp. 122.

 


POPULAR MISCELLANY.

The American Tea Plant.—The Ilex cassine, or youpon, is a shrub or small tree which grows in the Southern States, along the sea-coast, to not more than twenty or thirty miles inland, from Virginia to the Rio Grande. Its leaves and tender branches were once used by the Indians in the same way that the Chinese tea and the Paraguay