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HUBBARD, S. An electric log, 256,
Hudson's Bay, Alert expedition to, 343.
HUGGINS, W. Photography of the corona,
303.

HUNT, T. S. Volumes in chemistry,
235, 281.

Hydro-carbon burner, 378.
Hydrophobia, 386; among camels, 366;
an old cure for, 255; and the mad-
stone, 279; English commission on,
279; germ of, 23, 102; Japanese
remedy for, 511; period of incuba-
tion of, 299; prevention of, 301; reme-
dy for, 57; unknown in Lapland, 410.
Hygiene of the vocal organs, 241.
Hypnotic influence, 28.
Hypnotism, 521; a journal of, 209; in
France, 468.

HYSLOP, J. H. Psychophysics, 259.

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Knight's Hume, 512.

Knowledge, first steps in, 584.
Knox's Life of Robert Fulton, 278.
Koch's museum of hygiene, 513.
Kongo, the, 26; people of the, 441.
KUNZ, G. F. Artificial rubies, 318.

Labor movement in America, 353, 388,
413 question, the, 617.
Laboratories in France, 385.
Laboratory burner, 365.
Lacaze-Duthiers, de, 27.
Lacustrine deposits of Montana, 163.
Lake, deepest fresh-water, 177, 412, 516;
on Spanish frontier, new, 120.
Lake Moeris, 27.
Lakes, glacial origin of, 45.
Lamellibrauchiata of New Jersey, 422.
Land-slide, a remarkable, 293.
Language association, German, 576;
German, importance of, 586.
Languages of the Netherlands, 510;
origin of, 191.

Language-teaching, 611.
Lanolin for ointments. 140.

Latin book, Collar's, 499; pronunciation
in our schools, 480; the study of, 499.
Launhardt's Mathematical economics,
309.

Lavoisier, 57.

Lawrence scientific school, 366.
Laws against quacks, 514, 632.
Lea, Isaac, 556.

LECONTE, John. Barometer exposure,
80; deep lake, 516; flooding the Sa-
hara, 35.

LECONTE, Joseph. Germ of hydropho-
bia, 102; polydactylism, 166.
Lectures, Saturday, at Columbia col-
lege, 585.

Legs, length of, 185.

Leipzig, psychology in, 459.
Lepidosiren in Brazil, 478.
Leprosy as a non-contagious disease,
98; contagiousness of, 511; in the
Hawaiians, 75.

LESLEY, J. P. Orton's oil report, 233;
the swindler, 482.
LESSEPS, F. de. The Panama canal,

517.

LEWIS, H. C. Genesis of the diamond,

345.

Liberty, statue of. 628; illumination of,
321; torch of, 587.
Librarians and their work, 67.
Library, a small, 395; association, Am-
erican, 70: journal, new, 76.
Lick observatory, objective for, 32.
Life, is it worth living? 301.
Lifeboat, 538.

Life-saving service, 1885, 138.
Liquids, measurement of, 302.
Lister's treatment of wounds, 279.
Literary quarrels, 528.

Literature, Indian, 54.

Lithology, a manual of, 414; Williams's,
386.
Lockhart, arrest of, 55.

London, electric lights in, 583; letter,
9, 52, 120, 136, 228, 362, 430, 583.
Longevity, 23, 56; of great men, 294: of
Presidents of the United States, 578.
Long Island, geology of, 352.

LORD, J. K. Collar's Latin book, 499.
Louis II. of Bavaria, 587.

Love, 357.

Lowell lectures in Boston, 431.
Lowell's Harvard oration, 445.
LUCAS, F. A. Mounting of Mungo, 337.
Lungs and heart, malformation of, 536;
pine-leaves in the, 511.

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Malaria and plant-growth, 278; in east-
ern Massachusetts, 230.

Mammal from the American triassic,
540.

Manganese in Russia, 321.
MANN, B: P. The abuse of dispensa-
ries, 414.

Mansfield. See Hall and Mansfield.
Mantis, voracity of the female, 326.
Manufactories in Italy, 66.

Maple-sugar or honey, adulteration of,
76.

Maps, coloring geological, 413, 455.
Marchant steam-engine, 228, 386, 505.
MARCOU, J. Glaciers and glacialists, 76.
Marine biological association, London,

10.

Marriage, primitive, 569.

MARSH, J. P. Psychology of the bear,
187.

MASON, O. T.

Archeological enigmas,

528; corea by native artists, 115; Gua-
dalajara pottery, 405; planting a
prayer, 24.
Massachusetts state board of health,

230.

Mathematical economics, 309.

Mathematics and astronomy section of
American association, 219.

Maudslay's archeological work, 358.
Measles, German, 76.

Measurement of liquids, 302; of mental
processes, 237.

Mechanical science, 182; and engineer-
ing section of American association,

215.

Medals, Royal society, 534.
Mediaeval cities, population of, 311.
Medical addresses, 362; aid for the
women of India, 365; and psychologi-
cal periodicals, 140; association, Brit-
ish, 228; books, new, 385; colleges, 56;
journal in Egypt, 363: knowledge of
ancient Egypt, 262; practice in Russia,
185; school in Turkey, 186; schools,
women in, 538; students in Vienna,
299.
Medicine, 147; legal regulation of, 358.
MEIGS, M. C. Charleston earthquake,

390; constitution of the earth, 326.
Meldola and White's Report on the East
Anglian earthquake of April 22,
1884, 242.

MELENEY, C. E. Graded system of
schools, 591.

Memory, training of the, 582.
MENDENHALL, T. C. Mental processes,

258.

Mendenhall, T. C., 278.
Mental faculties of apes, 374; processes,
258; measuring, 237; time of, 281;
suggestion, 299.

MERRIAM, C. H. A new gopher, 588;
hibernation of bats, 281.

Meteor, 58, 102, 168; height of a, 565.
Meteorites in the national museum, 98;
meteors, and shooting-stars, 169.
Meteorological observatory on Mount
Wantastiquet, 453; the highest Euro-
pean, 299; phenomena in Ohio, 629;
record-book, 363; society of New Eng-
land, 382; stations in the West Indies,
380; work, Russian, 342.
Meteorology in California, 634; railway,
621.

Mexican codices, analysis of, 393; in-
scriptions, analysis of, 393.
Mexico, picture-writing in, 381.
Meyer. See Aldrich and Meyer.
Michigan state sanitary convention,
185.

Microbes, effects of cold on, 99; in milk,
432.

Micro-organisms in acute abscesses,

278.

Microscopie clinique, atlas de, 534.
Milk, frozen, for fever, 185; in cities,
267; infected, 136.
Milk-sickness, 540.
Millerite, 369.

Minchin's Statics, 65.

MINDELEFF, C. Indian snake-dance, 12.
Mineral wealth of Victoria, 387.

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Mont Blanc, ascent of, 510.

MOORE, J. Earthquake sounds, 318.
Moresnet, neutral district of, 383; zinc
in, 413.

Morphology, comparative, 638.
Morris's Study of Latin, 499.

Mortality among southern negroes, 454;
of New York state for June, 302.
Mosquitoes, 436; why created, 379.
Mosses, 99.

Mound, the great serpent, 624.
Mound-explorations in Iowa, 185.
Mountain meteorological stations, 365;
ranges, Reade on, 432.

Müller on Brazilian beetles, 433.
Muirhead on the birds of Berwickshire,
364.

Mulhall on British prosperity, 620.
Mungo, the mounting of, 337.

Munroe's Index to literature of explo-
sives, 411.

Muscle-reading, 506.

Muscular contraction, surface tension
and, 36.

Museum of articles for the blind, 533;
the modern, 315.

Musk, 222.

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NEWBERRY, J. S.

currents, 34, 391.

Sea-level and ocean-

NEWCOMB, S. Can economists agree? 25.
Newcomb's Plain man's talk on the
labor question, 617.

New England meteorological society,
382.

New Jersey, Brachiopoda and Lamelli-
branchiata of, 422; sanitary associa
tion, 509.

New South Wales, population of, 142.
Newspapers of the world, 513.
NEWTON, H. A. Meteorites, meteors,
and shooting-stars, 169.
New York City railroads, passengers
on, 312; health department, 199;
health of, during June, 92; July, 200;
August, 316; September, 426; Octo-
ber, 529; November, 624; state mor-
tality for June, 302; university of the
city of, 432.
New Zealaud, acclimatization in, 426;
and the recent eruption, 68; earth-
quake in, 135; progress of, 371.
Niagara Falls, study of, 138; gorge,
236.

Nickel-plated cooking-vessels, 433.
Nipher's Theory of magnetic measure-
ments, 364.

Noises, mysterious, 292; unexplained,
348.

North American butterflies, 378.

North Sea explorations, 410.

Nurses for the poor, 335; training-

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Oriental association, 408; congress, 299,
425; in 1890, 514.

Orioles, carnívorous, 165.

Orton's gas and oil report, 233.
OSBORN, H. F. Corpus callosum in
lower vertebrates, 167; new mammal
from the triassic, 540.
Oxford and Cambridge, freshmen at,
488; women at, 586.
Oxygen in the blood, 296.

Pacific coast weather, 307.
PACKARD, A. S. Illustrations in zoölo-
gical literature, 434.
Packard's Zoology, 356.

Painter's History of education, 500.
Paleontological publications, 421.
Paleontology at South Kensington, 430.
Panama canal, 517, 632.

Paris as a seaport, 298; letter, 27, 94,
208, 296, 382, 532.

PARKER, H. W. Smoke-ring, 36.
Parker's Morphology, 638.

Passengers on New York City railroads,
312.

Pasteur, 45, 76, 95, 186, 209, 210, 230, 231,
366, 432, 527, 532.

Pasteurism, convert to, 121.

PAUL, H. M. Clerke's History of astron-
omy, 130.

Pavements, 341.

PEALE, A. C. Lacustrine deposits of
Montaua, 163.

Pearson, Karl, contribution of, to the
International series, 56.

Pedagogic journal, a new, 481; training
for women, 576.

Pedagogical museum, proposed, 481.
Peirce's Newtonian potential function,
98.

Pendulum, a long, 99.

Penitentiary for young criminals in
Ohio, 425.

Pennsylvania, consumption in, 636;
state geologist, annual report of, 89.
Pension system, extent of, 444.
Pepsine, 480.

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Phthisis, a new treatment for, 533;
among the negroes, 142.

Physical basis of aesthetics, 419; educa-
tion, 581.

Physicians, exposure of, to disease, 133;
German, 336; rights and duties of, 525.

Physics section of American associa
tion, 207.

Physiological selection, 307.

Physiology of digestion, 621; of plants,
571.

Picture-writing in Mexico, 381.
Pierson. See Staley and Pierson.
Pilot chart for August, 122.
Pistols, deaths by toy, 334.
Plant-dissection, 552.

Plant-growth, 453;
light, 482.

and the electric

Plants, physiology of, 571; Sachs's ex-
periments on, 433.

Pleuro-pneumonia, 141, 291, 322, 468,
587, 631; and milk, 336.
Plumbers, 358.

Plumbing, bad, 513; damages for, 513;
inspectors, 510.

Pneumatic cannon, a, 552; street-car,
534.

Pneumonia, 189; cause of, 97, 133.
Poetry in geographical names, 327.
POHLMAN. German naturalists and
physicians, 336.

Poison, chlorate of potash as a, 312.
Poisoning by bisulphide of carbon, 386;
by ice-cream, 2, 112, 146, 177, 322;
from dyed goods, 178.

Poisonous cheese, 344; serpents, venom
of, 568.

Polar commission report, 342.
Polarization of resistance coils, 565.
Political economy, 81; situation in
Europe, 624.

Political science quarterly, 33.

Politics and Christianity in the Hawai-
ians, 74.

Polydactylism, 166, 213, 367.
Polynesian race, 355.

Pompeii, recent discoveries at, 583.
Population of Copenhagen, 585; of Ger-
man cities, 142; of the Hawaiian Is-
lands, 75; of mediaeval cities, 311;
of New South Wales, 142.

Porter's Mechanics and faith, 110.
Potanin's Chinese explorations, 514.
Pot-holes, 10.

Pottery, Guadalajara, 405.

POWELL, J. W. Conn's Evolution of to-
day, 264.

Power, animal and steam, 88; distribu-

tion of, by compressed air, 372.

Prairie dogs, carnivorous, 165.

PRATT, W. H. Stereoscopic vision,

631.

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Psychology, 88, 130; human, 88; in
England, 380; in Leipzig, 459; of fear,
351; of reasoning, 265; of Spiritual-
ism, 567; of the bear, 187, 368; recent
books on, 87.

Psychophysics, 259, 302.

Public health association at Toronto,
367; institutions, inmates of, 314.
Publications, new French, 97.
Publishers' announcements, 343, 344.
Pumice from the Java eruption, 301.
Punishment in schools, 575.

PURRINGTON, W. A. Laws against
quacks, 514, 632.

Pustule, malignant, 32.
PUTNAM, C. E.

Electric light and plant-

growth, 482.
Pythian, R. L., 482.

SCIENCE. — INDEX TO VOLUME VIII.

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646

Quacks, laws against, 447, 514, 632.
Qualtrough's Boat-sailer's manual, 31.
Queensland and the rabbit-plague,
538; population of, 432.

Rabbit-plague in Queensland, 538.
Rabies, deaths from, 230.
Race characters, 623.

Rags, disinfection of, 177.

Railroads of New York City, passengers
on, 312; total length of, 187.
Railway exposition in Paris, 412; me-
teorology, 621.

Railways, cable, 415; in Greece, 585.
Ramses the Great, mummy of, 94.
RANDOLPH, R. Star rays, 566.
Reade's The origin of mountain-ranges,

432.

READER, A. The teaching of natural
history, 484.

Reading, Hall's, 499.

Reasoning, psychology of, 265.
Reed's Topographical drawing, 463.
Reichert. See Mitchell and Reichert.
Religion of the Uapé, 437.

Resistance coils, polarization of, 565.
Retina of the human eye, photograph-
ing, 198.

Reunion of amputated fingers, 535.
Revenues, Chinese, 105.
Revivification, 208, 212, 236, 282.
Ribot's German pyschology of to-day,
87.

RICE, W. N. Eccentricity theory of the
glacial period, 188; glacial period, 347.
Ridgway's Manual of North American
birds, 98.

Rigor mortis, 385.

Rigveda, Arrowsmith's Kaegi's, 618.
RILEY, C. V. Pleuro-pneumonía, 631.
Rio de Janeiro letter, 477.
ROCKWOOD, C. G., Jr. Catalogue of
earthquakes, 243; East Anglian
earthquake, 242; recent earthquake
literature, 242; Seismological society
of Japan, 243, 244.
Rodent, carnivorous, 102.
ROGERS, A. E. Theory of utility, 347.
Rogers, W. A., 122.

Romanes on physiological selection,
307.

Rose of Sharon, the, 632.
Rosmini's Psychology, 130.
Rotch's Mountain meteorological sta-
tious of Europe, 365.

Royal society medals awarded, 534; of
London, 9.

Royce's California, 66.

Rred's Evolution versus involution,

442.

Rubies, artificial, 318.

Rücker, Professor, 583.

Rumination among human beings, 31.
Russia and England, 454; practice of
medicine in, 185.

Russian anthropological research, 505;
meteorological work, 342.
Russians, the wolf-bitten, 76.

Sachs's experiments on plants, 433.
Sahara, flooding the, 35, 165.
St. Andrews, Dr. Cunningham at, 578.
St. Petersburg letter, 342.
Salamanders, 13.
Salaries of teachers, 585.
Salmon, abnormal embryos of trout
and, 516.
Salt-mine, 52.

Sanitary association of New Jersey, 509;
matters, interest in, 313.
Saunders, William, 412.
Scarlatina, 136.

Scarlet-fever and milk, 23.
Scherzer's Production und consum.,
Schley, Commander, 534.
Schliemann, Dr., in Crete, 479.
School boards, women on, 423, 470, 512;
British, at Athens, 611; children,
health of, 133; sessions, length of, 381;
superintendents, handbook of, 386.
School-books, new, 585; on geology, 443.
Schoolmasters, convention of, at Phila-
delphia, 580; diplomas for, 586.

263.

Schools, French girls', 480; German
girls', 479; graded system of, 591; pre-
paratory, and colleges, 588; punish-
ment in, 575; science in English, 223.
Sciara, remarkable swarm of, 102.
Science for a livelihood, 236, 258, 303; in
colonial education, 491; in English
schools, 223; the classics versus, 484.
Science and Education, prospectus of,
467.
Scientific knowledge, first steps in, 584;
men and their duties, 541; in parlia-
ment, 137; societies, misdirected ef-
fort in, 423.

Scotland, herring fishery in, 312.
Scranton board of trade report, 378.
SCUDDER, S. H. The teaching of natural
history, 454, 515.

Seacoast defences, 633.

Sea-level and ocean-currents, 34, 99, 391.
SEAMAN, L. L. Social waste of a great
city, 283.

Sea-serpent, the, 258.

Sea-water in the ears, 230, 258.
Seaweeds, shells, and fossils, 99.
Seismological society of Japan, 243, 244.
Seismoscope, a Chinese, 278.
Senses, study of the, 376.
Se-Quo-Yah, the American Cadmus,
133.

Serpents, poisonous, venom of, 568.
Severn tunnel, the, 583.
Sewage, 9, 584.

Sewerage, separate system of, 399.
SEXTON, S. Sea-water in the ears, 258.
SHARPLESS, I. Height of a meteor, 565.
Shaw's Co-operation in a western city,
531.

Ship-canal, Manchester, 137.
Shorthand writers, 55.

SHUFELDT, R. W. A most extraordinary
structure, 57; another carnivorous
rodent, 102; government science. 35,
illustrations in zoological literature,
389 larval amblystomas, 367; mum-
mified frog, 279, 326; polydactylism,
367.

Siberian university, first, 585.
Sidgwick's History of ethics, 265.
Sierra Nevadas, geology of, 629.
Signature, Washington's, 349.
Sims memorial fund, 279.

Skin, replacement of, on a finger, 95.
Skull, a long, 436.

Sleeping for long periods, 298.
Small-pox in Brooklyn, N.Y., 401; in
London, 322.

Smith, G. A., 364.

Smith, H. H., 482.

SMITH, J. B. Polydactylism, 213.
SMITH, R. M. Methods of investigation
in political economy, 81, population
of mediaeval cities, 311.
Smithsonian reports, 223.
Smoke-ring, 36.

Snake-bites, 57.
Snake-dance, 12.

Snider's Faust, a commentary, 537.
Snow hall, Kansas university, 538.
Social instincts of apes, 374; science
club in Honolulu, 75; statistics of
cities, 141; waste of a great city, 283.
Socotra, 538.
Soda-motor, 367.

Soldiers and invalids of the war, 482.
Sorbonne, re-opening of the, 534.
Sorghum sugar, 361.

Spain, decrease of criminality in, 139;
education in, 498; progress in, 511.
Sparrows, 58.
Spectrum of 8 Lyrae, 80.

Spine and cord, fracture of, 425; tail-
like extension of the human, 334.
Spiritualism, psychology of, 567.
Spleen, 32.
Springer. See Wachsmuth and Spring-

er.

Squid, a large, 370.
STAEBNER, F. W. The classics versus
science, 484.

Staley and Pierson's Separate system
of sewerage, 399.
Star rays, 566.

STARR, E. Muscular contraction, 36.
Statics, treatise on, 65.
Statistics, economic, 263; social, of
cities, 141.

Statue of Liberty, 628; illumination of,
321; torch of, 587.
Steam and animal power, 88.
Steamer, a petroleum, 404.
Steam-heating problems, 98.

Stephen's Dictionary of biography, 480.
Stephens's History of the French revolu-
tion, 570.

Steps of men and women, length of,
631.

Stereoscope, new form of, 98.

Stereoscopic vision, 631.

STODDARD, J. T. Composite portraiture,
89.

Stomach, fungi in, 301.

Stowell's contributions to neurology,
453.

Street-railways, cable, 415; curves on,

292.

Studies for boys and girls, 489.
Submarine torpede boat, 255; voyage,
507.

Succi's fast, 298, 385.

Suez canal, 33.

Sugar, sorghum, 361.

Sugar-raising in the Hawaiians, 75.
Suicides in France, 410.

Sully, James, precocity of genius, 62.
Surgeons as physiologists, 210.
Surveying, topographical, 463.
Sweating sickness, 190.
Swindler, the, 482.
Swindling naturalist, 124.
Swiss society of natural science, 44.
Switzerland, education in, 585.
Sylvester's theory of reciprocants, 98.

Taste, effect of drugs on, 54.
TAUSSIG, F. W.

The new school of

economists, 33.
Taylor, Dr., 587.
TAYLOR, T. Butter and fats, 455.
Taylor's tests for adulteration of butter,
223.

Tea, abuse of, 292; delirium tremens
from, 505; diseases due to, 132.
TEACHER, A. The teaching of natural
history, 435.

Teachers' certificates in Germany, 481;
meetings, 587; salaries, 585.
Teaching of languages, 611; of natural
history, the, 435, 454, 484, 515.
Technical education, 381, 472; in New
York, 424.

Teeth and flour-dust, 513; chloride of
iron and the, 387.
Telepathy, feline, 123.
Tetanus, origin of, 410.

Thayer's Greek-English lexicon, 636.
THOMAS, C. Fort Ancient, 538.
Thompson, Elizabeth, science fund, 1.
THOMSON, G. M. Acclimatization, 426.
Thought-transferrence, 527.
Thumb-marks, 166, 212.
Ticknor's Ye olden time series, 411.
Tide tables for 1887, Pacific coast, 142.
Timber of the English colonies, 440.
Tin, 33.

Tobacco and blindness, 366.
Tobacco-consumption in Europe, 466.
TODD, D. P. The American library as-
sociation, 70.
TODD, J. E. Barometer exposure, 58.
Tolmie, W. F., 628.

Tonquin academy of sciences, 296.
Tooth, expulsion of, 452.
Topographer, Haupt's, 463.
Topographical drawing, 463; survey of
the Hawaiian Islands, 74; surveying,
463.
Topography of Greylock, 622.
Torpedo boat, submarine, 184, 255.
Tower, Eiffel, 94.

Toy pistols, deaths by, 334.
Tracheotomy and intubation, 278.
Trade-route to Bolivia, 27.
Trade-winds, 139.
Trades-unionists' council, 446.
Train telegraphy, 421.

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Transcaspian railway, 135.

Treitschke, H. von, 584.
Trenton natural history society, 36.
Triassic, new mammal from the Ameri-
can, 540.

Trout and salmon, abnormal embryos
of, 516.

TRUE, F. W.

Ass with abnormal hoofs,

304; new bat from Puget Sound, 588;
the Almiqui, 282.

Tuberculosis, contagiousness of, 401..
Tuke, D. H., on insanity, 620.

Tulane university restrictions, 410.
Tunnel between Scotland and Ireland,
136.

Turkey, a medical school in, 186.

Twins, successors to the Siamese, 297.
Tyndall, Professor, 482, 512.

TYNG, Emma M. Technical training,
472.

Typhoid-fever in Vienna, 452.
Typograph, the standard, 252.

Uapé, religion of the, 437.
Unfittest, survival of the, 491.
United States, colleges and universities
of, 586; defective classes in the, 254.
U. S. census, publication of, 447; vol.
xviii. of the tenth, 535; vol. xx. of
the tenth, 535: coast and geodetic
survey, 212, 359, 584; changes, 141;
delay in work of, 23; hampered, 75;
report, 628; work of, 122, 514; ento-
mological commission, report of, 139;
fish commission, summer campaign
of, 33, 45; geological survey, work of,
75; topographical work of, 211; in-
ternal revenue receipts, 469; naval
observatory, 97; navy, report of sur-
geon-general of, 534; Presidents,
longevity of, 578.

Universities, 37; of the United States,
586.

University of London, 52; of Paris,
481 of the city of New York, 432;
of the state of New York, 48; of Vir-
ginia, observations at the, 389; restric-
tions, Tulare, 410; Russian, 66; the
first Siberian, 585.
Utility, the theory of, 347.

VAN DYCK, F. C.
sistance coils, 565.

Polarization of re-

Van Nostrand's engineering magazine,
432.

VARIGNY, H. DE. Chevreul's centen-

nial, 248.

VAUGHAN, V. C.

Poisoning by ice-

cream, 146.

VEEDER, M. A. Coincident weather-
conditions, 146, 370.

Venoms of poisonous serpents, 568.
Victoria, mineral wealth of, 387.
Vienna letter, 299.

Vines's Physiology of plants, 571.
Vision, limits of, 232.
Visual illusion, 370.

Vivisection, cruelty to dogs in, 122.
Vocal organs, hygiene of the, 241.
Volcanic activity in the Hawaiian

Islands, 67; eruption in New Zea-
land, 68.

Voyage, submarine, 507.

Vulpian, experiments of, on fish, 466;
on spinal diseases, 534.

Wachsmuth and Springer's
crinoidea, 421.

Palaeo-

WALKER, J. W. Milk-sickness, 482,

540.

Wallace, A. R., 512; on the develop-
ment theory, 560; writings of, 468.
Washington, entomological society of,
140.

Washington's signature, 349.
Water-color pictures, 228.
Water-spouts on the Gulf Stream, 363.
Water-supply of European capitals,
266.

Water-tower, fall of a, 367, 512.
Waves, length of, 511.

Wealth, philosophy of, 551.
Weather, cause of cool, 233, 281; in
Iowa, 162; in London, 362; Pacific
coast, 307.
Weather-conditions, coincident, 146,

370.

Weather-service in New Jersey, 424.
Weather-signals, a new system of, 447.
Weather-theories, 111.

Wertheimer's A muramasa blade, 432.
Wet-nursing, evils of, 446.
Wiedermann, Dr., 431.

WILLIAMS, E. H., Jr. A manual of lith-
ology, 414.

Williams's Manual of lithology, 386.

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Williams's Modern petrography, 364.
Williamstown and Greylock, map of,
365.

Willows, cultivation of, 186.
Windle on dentition, 433.

Wine, manufactured, 510.

White. See Meldola and White.

WHITE, C. D. Sparrows, 58.

WHITE, G. T. Psychophysics, 302.
Whitfield's Brachiopoda and Lamelli-
branchiata of New Jersey, 422.
WHITMAN, C. O. Abnormal embryos,
516.

Whooping-cough, 56.

WILEY, H. W. Association of official
agricultural chemists, 14; economical
aspect of agricultural chemistry, 159;
unexplained noises, 348.
Wilson, H. C., 32.

Winchell's Geology, 443.

Winnipeg country, the, 637.
Winslow's Surveying, 463.
Wires, burying the, 251.

Wisconsin experiment station, report
of, 138.

Women and education, 228; at Oxford,
586; education of, in Edinburgh, 586;
in medical schools, 538; of India, 63;
on school boards, 470, 512; on the
New York school board, 423; pedago-
gic training for, 576.

WOOD, De V. Flooding the Sahara, 165.
Woodward. See Gray and Woodward.
WRIGHT, G. F. Salt-mine, 52.
Writer's cramp, 246.

Wyoming (Penn.) historical and geo-
logical society, 138.

Yate's England and Russia, 454.
Yellow-fever at Biloxi, 364; conceal-
ment of, 268: in New York. 254; in
Rio de Janeiro, 141; inoculation for,
3, 58, 478.

York, sanitary congress at, 362.
Yucatan, 119.

Zinc in Moresnet, 413.
Zeller, E., 452.

Zoological literature, figures illustrat-
ing, 389, 434; station, Spanish, 76;
work at Liverpool, 10.

Zoology at the Colonial and Indian ex-
hibition, 19; Packard's, 356.

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'U. S. entomological commission.'

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