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The Great American Dredges on the Panama Canal

Heat Becoming Dark with Great Intensity

Congo Red

Advertising in the London “Times.”

The Pike's Peak Railway

My Boy, do You Smoke?

Welding Fluxes

A Lucky Inventor

The New York Fire Department

A Delicate Measure

Improved Belting

Architects, Builders, and Others

A Populous Section

The Sanitary Water Closet

The Jackson Heat-Saving and Ventilating Grate

Keuffel & Esser's Architects' and Builders' Level

Is there a Snow Cap on Venus

Transmitting Power from a Central Station

Moving small Buildings

Thurston's Autographic Torsion Testing Machine

Strengthening the Abutment of a Great Bridge

St. Paul's Cathedral


Hot Water Heating for small Dwellings

Curative Power of Water

Blunt's Patent Double-Acting Artesian Well Pump

The Vulcanized Asbestos Renewable Disk Valves

Improved Counting-House Stamp

An Interesting Shakespearean Relic

Portable Bathing and Toilet Cabinet

Ornamental Iron and Zinc Work, Etc.

Designs for Two small Cottages

No. 1 and No. 2 to Cost $2,500.00 and $3,000.00.

By John E. Baker

No. 3 Universal Engine Lathe

Barstow's Bay State Furnace

The Otis Elevators

South Carolina Phosphates

The Millers Falls Boring Machine

The Car Coupling Question

Treatment of Freckles with Carbolic Acid

A Village School House

A Handsome Compliment

Salisbury Steak

Oil Seeds of Egypt

Improved Auger Bits

Education in the United States

Builders' Quantities

Outwitting our Health Officers

House at St. George's Hills, Weybridge

Earthenware as a Building Material

An English Farm House

Mechanical Aids to Decoration

By A. Curtis Bond

Masonry and Brickwork in Fires

Two Chimney-Pieces in Wood

The Hummel Monument at Pressburg

Stone Piles in Washington Territory

To the Editor of the Scientific American

Useful Directions for Taking Portraits Indoors without a Skylight

By L. P. Ferris

Cottages, Askham, York

The New Federal Building, Brooklyn, New York

Working Drawings of Inexpensive Furniture

By E. W. Godwin

New Designs for Lincrusta Walton

The Sugar Crop

The Latest Product of Wood Distillation

Well in the Courtyard of the Hotel de Cluny, Paris

Oak Fireplace and Mantel

The Coloring Matter of Wine and Vegetable Coloring Matters

By M. Terreil


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