Scientific American Supplement, No. 648, June 2, 1888.
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Scientific American Supplement, No. 648, June 2, 1888.

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  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN SUPPLEMENT
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
  • THE ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY TON SHEARS OF THE PORT OF MARSEILLES.
  • THE DISTRIBUTION OF HYDRAULIC POWER IN LONDON.
  • TEST OF A WROUGHT IRON DOUBLE TRACK FLOOR BEAM.[1]
  • HYDRAULIC TUBE PRESS.
  • TIMBER, AND SOME OF ITS DISEASES.[2] By H. Marshall Ward.
    • VI.
  • III.—The Evolution of the Modern Mill.[3]
    • BELT TOWERS.
    • MILL FLOORS.
    • ROOFS.
    • STOREHOUSES.
  • IMPROVED TORPEDO BOAT.
  • SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS AT THE MANCHESTER ROYAL JUBILEE EXHIBITION.
  • COLORED PHOTOGRAPHY.
  • FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR GAS COMPANIES.[4]
  • THE APPLICATION OF ELECTRICITY TO LIGHTING AND WORKING.[5]
  • EFFECT OF CHLORINE ON THE ELECTRO-MOTIVE FORCE OF A VOLTAIC COUPLE.[6]
  • THE WIMSHURST INFLUENCE MACHINE.
  • SANITATION IN MASSACHUSETTS.
  • THE CARE OF THE EYES.[8]
    • SPECTACLES.
    • FOCALIZATION.
    • HEADACHE.
    • FLUFFY BANGS.
    • NO POULTICES.
    • USE OF INFLAMED EYES.
    • EFFECT OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO UPON THE EYES.
  • TUMORS OF THE BLADDER. DIAGNOSED BY MEANS OF THE ELECTRO-ENDOSCOPIC CYSTOSCOPE.
  • PAPILLOMATOUS TUMOR OF THE BLADDER, DEMONSTRATED BY MEANS OF LISTER'S ELECTRO-CYSTOSCOPE.
  • DISTANCE AND CONSTITUTION OF THE SUN.
  • CHANGES IN THE STELLAR HEAVENS.
  • THE COMMON DANDELION.
  • SYSTEMATIC RELATIONS OF PLATYPSYLLUS, AS DETERMINED BY THE LARVA.[12]
    • CHARACTERS OF PLATYPSYLLUS.
  • THE SPECTRA OF OXYGEN.
  • ON A THEORY CONCERNING THE SUDDEN LOSS OF MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF IRON AND NICKEL.
  • POISON OF THE SOMALIS, EXTRACTED FROM THE WOOD OF THE OUABAIO.
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