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So well distributed is tke gpace in the January "Popular Science Montbly " among thf several departmetits of science, that the nuniber cannot be said to have a special feature. There are four illustrated articles this month, one of which, " The Guiding Needie on an Iron Sl.ip," opeas the number. In this paper, the author, Lieutenant Oommander T. A. Lyons, U. S. N., tells why the various masees of iron on ghipboard iuteifere with the work rag of the comp&es, and explains how the trouble is remedied. "House-Draiuage from Varions Points of View " is the title under which Dr. John S. Billings, U. S A., describes, with íllustrationp, the preset condition oL this complex problem. New York: D. Appletoa fc CompaDy. Fifty cents a number; f 5 a year. Littell's Living Age íor 1880. Dating the forty-five years of its existence this fterling weekly mag: z:ne has steadily :caintained its high standard. It is a laorouehly saii-fautory compilatioa oí tae most valuable literature of the day, and as such is unrivalled. As periodicals of all sorts continue to mulnply, this magazine continúes to increase in valué; and it has become quite ind spensable to :he American reader. By its aid alone he can, with an economy ot time, labor and money otherwise impracticable, keep well breast wilh the literary and ?cientific progrees of the age and with the work ot the ablest livicg writere. It is the most coruprehensive of magazines, and its prospectus for 1889 is well worth the attenuon of all who are selecting their reading matter for the new year. Reduced clubbingrates with other periodicals are given. Littell & Co., Boston, are the pub lisberg. _________


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