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PAGE Abbott, C. C. Aestivation of mammals; what is it? 402 Action of cold on microphytes

393 Activity of the mind during sleep

344 Advance in fish-culture

353 African smithy. IU.

347 Agricultural convention at Washington

68 Agassiz, A. The coast survey and 'political scientists, 253 Agassiz, Life of. Portrait

330 Agassiz museum at Cambridge. ni.

421 Alert expedition

350 American association at Ann Arbor

201 American association. -- Proceedings of the section of an: thropology.

230 American association. - Proceedings of the 'section of astronomy and mathematics

204 American association. Proceedings of the section of biol:

224 American association. – Proceedings of the section of chemistry

210 American association. - Proceedings of the section of economic science and statistics

235 American association. -- Proceedings of the section of geology and geography

219 American association. - Proceedings of the section of his tology Lad microscopy

227 American association. - Proceedings of the section of mechanical science

214 American association. — Proceedings of the section of physics .

206 American engineers at Deer Park

13 Angell, J. B. A need for a careful study of the history of China

479 Answer to charges affecting the geological survey

424 Artificial winds

462 Association of official agricultural chemists :

248 Astronomical progress in 1884 :

71 Atkinson, É. The application of science to the produc: tion and consumption of food

234 Bacilli of cholera asiatica and cholera nostras

252 Ben Nevis astronomical observatory. Ill.

459 Bertillon, J. Height in France. II.

523 Blackfoot tribes

456 Bland, Thomas

440 Bolton H. C. Chemical nomenclature

368 Bone-caves in Wales

53 Brooks, W.K, Artificial propagation and cultivation of oysters in floats

437 Bunker, F, S. Anti-cholera inoculation

439 Carbolic acid as a disinfectant

566 Cailletet, L. The liquefaction of oxygen. IN.

51 Chandler, S. C., jun. The change in the great nebula in Andromeda

217 Channing, E. Bulgaria and 'Bulgarians. Map

303 The Burman dispute. Maps

399 Cheyne's observations on the cholera microbe

195 Chloroform as an anaesthetic

154 Cholera prospects for England

437 Civilization and eyesight

195 Committee reports of the American association

202 Comparison of the skulls of assassins and men of note. Iul. 72 Composite portrait of the officers of the American association. Portrait

167 Composition of the wheat grain

415 Conn, H. W. A suggestion from inodern einbryology, 481 Consumpuve period,

34 Cortheli, E. L. The ship-railway between the Atlantic and Pacific. IN.

33 W. M. The recent tornadoes

252 Dall, W. H. The native tribes of Alaska

228 Deaths from wild beasts and snakes in India

344 Development of the eye. IU.

194 Dewey, J. Education and the health of women

341 Drought and weathercocks

528 Dutton, C. E. The latest volcanic eruption in the United States

46 E., S. Hypnotism

504 Edible clam introduced on the Atlantic coast

53 Edison, Thomas Alva. Portrait

145 Effect of the settlement of North America upon its wild animale:

416 Elective studies at Harvard

499 Ensilage in England

500 Entomology in the national museum

445 Bxcavation of the temple of Luxor. IU.

370

PAGE Extraction of sugar from sorghum and sugar-cane

524 Fletcher, Alice C. An average day in camp among the Sioux

285 An evening in camp among the Omahas

88 Flood Rock explosion felt at Harvard college

353 Forms of ships for war and for peace

569 Franklin, Christine L. Science in common schools, 289 French academy in its origin

105 Gage, S. H. The limitations and value of histological investigation.

226 Gagem, C. von. The ascent of Popocatapeil

390 Galton, F. Types and their inheritance

268 Gardiner, F., jun. An Arizona natural bridge.

67 Geology of Japan

18 German universities from a new point of view. Map 214 Government and its scientific bureaus

530 Gray, Asa; his seventy-fifth birthday. in.

465 Growth of the French academy, 1635-1885

190 Hague, A. The decay of the obelisk

510 Hallett, H.S. Exploration in Indo-China. INI. 106 Harrington, M, W. Lost rivers

265 Higginson, T. W. American flash language again 283 Historical association at Saratoga

249 Hitchcock, C. H. The latest slides in the white

306 The recent land-slide in the White Mountains. · .

84 Honor to American opticians

306 Howe, H. M. The Clapp-Griffiths Bessemer plant 312 Hubbard, G.G. The Kongo Free State .

163 Huxley on Darwin. Portrait

10 Incandescent lamps on railways

153 Industries of Siberia

348 Ingersoll, E. Canadian plains

565 The plains of British America

468 International geological congress at Berlin

376 J. J. Illustrations of recent Italian psychology

413 Productiveness.

479 Racial characteristics of Jews. ' iii. : Some reaction-time studies

458 Jacques, W. W. Underground wires

6 James, E. J. Recent land legislation in England 455 Jastrow, J. Composite portraiture

165 K. Physics at Johns Hopkins

517 Kobelt, W. Colonization in Algeria

317 Last cruise of the Albatross .

110 Late news from Alaska Laws of temperature in the Austrian Alps

459 Leaves of the pitcher-plant. IU.

296 LeConte, Joseph. Immortality in modern thought 126 Legal ohm standards

436 Lesley, J.P. The president's address before the American association

168 Lick observatory. nu

186 Lumsden, Sir Peter, on the tribes upon the Afghan bound ary. In

69 M. Laying a cable

545 M., A. The mind.cure

513 M., O.: S. Has man a tail ?

92 MoBride, T. H. Vegetable morphology a century ago. Goethe

130 McIntosh, W.C. Phosphorescence of marine animals, 295 Massachusetts labor statistics

389 Medical missionary work in China. in.

570 Meeting of the American public health association 511, 531 Mendenhall, T. C. The explosion at Flood Rock 326 Mexican axolotl, and ts susceptibility to transformations, 90 Minot, C. S. The formative force of organisms . A new endowment for research

114 Mode of admission into the Royal society

486 Mosquitoes vs. trout

197 National university .

509 New theory of cohesion

274 Newton, H. A., Biographical sketch of. Portrait

161 Nichols, W. R. Chemistry in the service of public health

208 Nipon central educational association :

370 Nordenfelt submarine boat. IU..

394 November meeting of the National academy of sciences 443 Official scrutiny of the U. S. coast survey.

121 Origin of the cereals

73 Orton, E. Problems in the study of coal, with a sketch

a of recent progress in geology.

216 Osborn, H. L. Mimicry among marine Mollusca'

9 Panama canal

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PAGE Pasteur and hydrophobia .

398, 467 Paul, H. M. Recent gravity determinations in and near Japan

319 Reform in our calendar

324 Stars in rapid motion

483 Timing the Flood Rock explosion

325 Pickering, W. H. An attempt to photograph the solar corona without an eclipse

131 Pickernell, F. A. The electric railway in New York. IU.

148 Poisonous waters in the cocos or Keeling Islands

369 Preliminary report of the commission on Spanish earthquakes

393 Presidency of the Royal society of London

442 President and Professor Agassiz

302 Progress in metallurgy.

525 Pumpelly, R. Soils and health :

30 Puppet-shows in Java. IU..

251 Putnam, F. W. Man and the mastodon

375 R., C. Recent progress in political economy

479 Railways in Burmah

552 Rathþun, R. A crab invasion

135 Rauch, J. H. Chicago-River pollution

27 Recent educational meeting in Boston .

351 Reed, Sir E. The forms of ships

62 Reform in geographical orthography

110 Reilly, F. W. How to deal with yellow-fever

25 Relationships between dinosaurs and birds

295 Remsen, Ira. City wells

32 Resolutions of the American association concerning the

coast survey Results of the Krakatoa eruption. iu. Results of sbad propagation on the Atlantic coast

433 Richards, Ellen H. Science in common schools 289 Riley, c. V. The song-notes of the periodical cicada. 264 Routes into the interior of western China. Map.

12 Ryder, J. S. A new system of oyster-culture

465 Sanitation and science

21 School for electrical engineering in Bosion

150 Science and the state

325 Search for the gigantic bird of Madagascar :

418 Shaler, N. S. Humanism in the study of nature

64

Shufeldt, R. W. Zuñian conceptions of animal forms as shown in pottery. Nu.

266 Society for the promotion of agricultural science : 193 Steinen's explorations of the Xingu.

133 Sternberg, G. M. Disinfection

328 The international sanitary conference at Rome

101 Strong, E. E. The Caroline Islands. Map

287 Tarr, R. S. The English sparrow

416 Natural enemies of oysters

392 Taussig, F. W. Prices from 1873 10 1884. ini.

365 Telephone in Paris. N.

110 Telpherage. M.

513 Thought-transferrence in Boston." Tii

8 Todd, D. P. The future of the Lick observatory 181 Toughened glass

293 Toy, C. H. The new philology

366 True, F. W. The Anierican ferret. m.

549 The British museum of natural history. IN.

127 Tyndall fellowships

45 Typhoid-lever and its prevalence in autumn

374 Use and abuse of learned societies

351 Use of the French academy

281 Ulilization of by-products in charcoal burning

506 Vanderpoel, S. O. Quarantines and their scientific value

23 Ward, L. F. A convenient system of river nomencla

321 Water-supply of Breslau

34 Water-supply for New York

72 Webb, J. B. The second law of thermodynamics 212 Western school of botany

21 Whitfield, R. P. Ản American Silurian scorpion NU.

87 Who should be superintendent of the u. s. coast survey 241 Wilder, B. G. Educational museums of vertebrates Wilkinson, C. S. Geological changes in New South Wales

320 Winlock, W. c.' comets li and Ili of 1884: Iu. Wrangell, Admiral Baron F. von .

417 Wright, A. W. Electrical measuring instruments 151 Yacht Puritan. in.

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97 534 405 470 548 460

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American Society for psychical research, First report

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Berlin exhibition of hygiene in 1882-83
Billings's Animal diseases and public health
Bolton's Catalogue of scientific serials
Caird's Social philosophy and religion of Comte.
Cassino's Standard natural history
Challenger report on the stalked crivoids.
Comfort and longevity
Congress, Fourth, of German physicians. 'By N. A. S.
Cooke's Scientific culture
Cornil and Babes's Bacteria
Cruise of the Corwin
Darwin's biography.
Doctors and their work By M. A. S.
Doolittle's Practical astronomy
Edible and poisonous fungi .
Edwards's Butterflies of North America
Ellis's West African islands.
Ermengem on the cholera microbe
Experiments in memory. By W. J.
Fifth volume of Ohio geology
Geological survey of Canada
Geology of the Virginias .
Glaciers and their role in natare. Nu.
Goodale's Text book of botany
Hornaday's Travels in Borneo
Horse-breeding
Infant psychology. By J. Jastrow
Infectious diseases
Insular floras. By À G.
Jagnaux's Traité de minéralogie
Joest's Around Africa. Ill.
Johnson's Surveying
Kittler's Electrotechnical handbook
Kratter's Alpine cretinism
Langley's Temperature of the moon's surface. By H. M.

Paul.
Last year's meeting of the American association
Lipps's Psychological studies. By W. J.
Localization of functions in the brain .

307 307 151 198 257 521 17 56 471 472 417 435 299 297

16 115 356

Lucy-Fossarieu's Ethnography of antarctic America. By

U. Hale Malthus and his work Martineau's Types of ethical theory. By F. G. Peabody Melon's From Palermo to Tunis Methods of bacteria culture Methods of teaching political economy Mexican ethnology Newcomb's Political economy. By E. J. James North Carolina coal-fields. By 1. C. Russell Origin of mediaeval universities Perinian reptiles of Bohemia Physiology of the brain. By č. . Minot Plunkett's Household sanitation Political science in France Practical botany Pre-Columbian history of Guatemala Recent Challenger monographs. By G. B. Goode Remsen's Organic chemistry Report of the Point Barrow station Rescue of Greely. Rohe's Hygiene Russia under the tzars Schwatka's Nimrod in the north Some works on geology and geography Stanley's Kongo. Portrait, map. Sumner's Economic essays Theory of volcanoes. By C. E. Dutton Three physicaltext-books Thurston's Friction and lost work Upton, Gen. Emory, Life of . Wallace's Bud times Waring's House-drainage Washburn observatory. Wight's Maxime of public health : Windmill as a prime mover. Work of the Challenger expedition : 1. General and phys.

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Wuelker's History of Anglo-Saxon
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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION NUMBER, 201.
ASTRONOMICAL NOTES, 95, 310, 333, 358, 381, 405, 427, 448, 473, 489, 516, 556.
CALENDAR OF SOCIETIES, 410. (See also advertising pages.)
COMMENT AND CRITICISM, 1, 41, 61, 81, 141, 261, 301, 325, 349, 373, 397, 419, 441, 463, 485, 507, 529, 551.
GEOGRAPHICAL NOTES, 50, 71, 134, 311, 356, 380, 426, 448, 488, 515, 554.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, 2, 42, 63, 82, 103, 123, 142, 162, 183, 242, 262, 283, 316, 335, 362, 384, 407, 431, 453, 478, 495, 517, 538, 558.
METEOROLOGICAL NOTES, 556.
NEW BOOKS, 356, 426.
NOTES AND NEWS, 18, 40, 58, 78, 98, 116, 139, 157, 180, 199, 238, 258, 278, 300, 312, 333, 348, 359, 371, 382, 406, 418, 428, 449, 459, 462, 474,

484, 490, 517, 535, 550, 557, 572.
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED AT EDITOR'S OFFICE, 388. (See also advertising pages.)
RECENT PROCEEDINGS OF SOCIETIES, 387, 409. (See also advertising pages.)
SCIENCE SUPPLEMENT, 317, 341, 365, 389, 411. 433, 455, 479, 499, 521, 543, 565.
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE: Boston Letter, 384, 476 i London Letter, 334, 429, 493, 537 ; St. Petersburg Letter, 430, 492; Washington

Letter, 314, 361, 383, 453, 491, 536.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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PAGE Micropterus salmoides (Lac.) Gill, malformed

243 Mola rotunda

104 Monument of the first duke of Sutherland at Lilléshall, Eng. 238 Mortality, diagram exhibiting comparative, in Rhode Island, 512 Mounds, effigy, in Iowa

454 Museum, Agassiz, at Cambridge, plan of, 423 ; of natural

history, the new British, on Cromwell Road, main façade of

129 Newton, Prof. Hubert Anson, portrait of

161 Oxygen, Cailletet's apparatus for the liquefaction of 51 Pitcher-plant, leaves of the (4 figs.).

296, 297 Prices from 1873 to 1874

366 Puritan, the yacht (2 figs.)

168, 169 Railway, the electric, in New York (2 figs.), 148, 149; an electric, between Frankfort and Offenbach .

240 Rudbeckia, an abnormal

103 Scorpion, an American Silurian

88, 183 Stanley, Henry M., portrait of

179 Sulu maiden

115 Tablet, the Davenport :

564 Telephone, use of, for military purposes

239 Telephones, map of Paris, showing the distribution of 111 Telpherage (4 figs.)

513, 514 Thought-transferrence, reduced facsimile of drawings showing some evidence of so-called

8 Turkish territory, sketch map to illustrate changes in, by the treaties of San Stefano and Berlin

304 Universities, German, map showing the distribution of 245 Zuñian conceptions of animal forms as shown in pottery (4 figs.).

267, 268

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70 Alabama state signal service, five flags of the

200 American association for the advancement of science, composite portrait of officers of the

167 Andromeda, spectrum of the great nebula in

262 Bala Murghab, gateway of

69 Ben Nevis meteorological observatory :

460 Bernard, Claude, statue of

117 Boat, Nordenfelt submarine, trial of the, at Landskrona, Sweden.

394 Bridge, Arizona natural Caffre,' Natal

115 China, western, map showing routes into interior of, i2; medical missionary work in

570 Color associations with the months (2 igs.), 142, 143 ; and other associations (4 tige.)

243, 337, 338 Comets II and III of 1881 (5 figs.)

47, 48, 49 Darwin, Charles, portrait and signature of

11 Doctor of the old school, a French

40 Dome at Nice, section of floating (2 figs.) Edison, Thomas A., portrait and signature of

146 Eye, development of the (3 figs.)

194, 195 Ferret, the Americau

550 Forge, an African

317 France, map of, showing average height of inhabitants 523 Glacier, Rhone, map showing recession

56 Gray, Asa, vase presented to, on his seventy-fifth birthday, 465 Heads, arerage measurements of three classes of

73 Indo-China, map showing proposed railways in, 107; Pillar

Rock in the Meh Ping, 107; Shan house at Kiang Hsen, 108 ; ruins at Kiang Heen, 109 ; map of, showing river-sources

400 Java, behind the scenes at a puppet-show in

251 Jewe, composite photograph showing racial characteristics of (5 figs.),

323 Krakatoa eruption, results of the i3 figs.).

292, 293 Land-slide on Owl's Head, the recent

86 Lick observatory, the (5 figs.)

187, 188, 189, 190, 191 Luxor, excavations going on in the court yard of the temple of

371 Micronesia, map of

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Agassiz, L., portrait and signature of

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opposite 344 Bulgaria, map showing regions affected by the recent

revolution in India, further, map of, showing regions involved by the

opposite 303 troubles in upper Burmah

opposite 399 Ship-railway, Tehuantepec, map and illustrations of. opp. 33 Washington, three new portraits of

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