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Problems in China

By James M. Hubbard

China and her People–Some Reflections on their Manners and Customs, Habits, and Lives

By Harrie Webster

First Aid for the Wounded

Tetanus and its Treatment

Peary Supply Ship Sails

Rose Pink Roamer

Maté, or Paraguay Tea

Trade Notes and Receipts

Selected Formulæ

Trade Suggestions from United States Consuls

Gerome's “Cæsar Crossing the Rubicon”

Old St. Peter's, Rome

The Panoramas of the Paris Exposition

A New Calcograph

The Coloring of Soap and Candles

By George H. Hurst

On the Mounting of Lantern Slides

American Engineering Competition

VII.–Manufacture of Steel–I

Early American Locomotives

My Experience with a Siphon Pipe Line

The Opening of the Metropolitan Railway

The Dardeau Direct-Call Telephone

The Twentieth Anniversary of the Edison Incandescent Lamp

The Biological Laboratory at Cold Spring Harbor, L. I.

By W. G. Bowdoin

The Future of Chemical Products used in the Cultivation of the Soil

Evidences of American Ingenuity



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