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D ET, A N E Y & C O.
Blu FFAL 0, NEW YORK.

NIAGARA FORCE WORKS.

FINISHED and ROUGH, MARINE and STATIONARY ENGINE, RAILROAD ENGINE, and CAR FORGINGS,

HAMMERED A SCRAP - SPECIALTY

Iron first prepared under a TEN-Ton hammer.

AXLES CENTERED READ Y FOR LATHES,
AND
DATED MONTH AND YEAR OF MANUFACTURE.

Cheapest and Best Hammered Axle Sold.
to-References cheerfully given.

(E S T A B L IS H E D I N 18.5 0.)

w. P. KELLOGG & Co.

TROY, N.Y., and 118 Chambers St., NEW YORK.

—so a “The Empir |ool A FAN BILOWING PORTABLE FORGE,

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Flue IronWm. Green & Co........................................... Wilmington, Del............ See Page 248 Fog Signals–Torpedo. Tyng & Co........ ........................... * * g e g o e s ∈ e < e o e ∈ New York................... ...See Page 260 Foot Lathes, Phelps & Sanger........................................... Cleveland, Ohio........ ......See Page 120

See also Lathes.
Force Pumps.

A. Carr................... ... • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * s to e o s e New York..................... See Page 244
C. Henry Hall & Co....................................... { % “. ..................... & & 4
Wose, Dinsmore & Co...................................... { % “ ..................... {{ 60
Forge Bellows.
Geo. Worthington & Co................................. Cleveland, Ohio............... See Page 100
Joseph Churchyard....................................... Buffalo, N. Y......... o o e o e e o s e {{ 160
Newcomb Bro's. Sons ... New York...................... { % 88
Forges.
John Bayliss to New York..................... See Page 76
Newcomb Bro's. Sons............................ to e o e o e a s is 6 & “ ..................... “ 88
S. S. Townsend.......... * G & o is e e is a s ∈ s e o e s e o e o e o see e s a e e s e e o e ... “ “ .................. ... “ 2
Wm. B. Bement & Son. ........ ......................... Philadelphia, Pa............. {{ 168
W. P. Kellogg & Co....................................... Troy, N. Y...... to e o e o e e o 'o to e o s e e {{ 98

VALUE OF IRON.

Value per Gross Ton (2240 lbs.) of IRON, at from 1–16th of a cent to 10 cents per Pound, increasing at Rate of 1-16th and 1–8th of a cent per Pomnd.

Per lb. in Price Per lb. in . Price Per lb. in Price cts. & 1-16ths. per Ton. |cts. & 1-16ths. Per Ton. cts. & 1-8ths. per Ton. 1–16 ...... $ 1.40 2 5–8 ...... $58.80 *–8 ...... $165.20 1–8 ...... 2.80 11-16 ...... 60.20 –2 ...... I68 3–16 ...... 4.20 3–4 ...... 61.60 5–8 .... 170.80 1–4 ...... 5.60 13–16, ...... 63. 3–4 ...... 173.60 5–16 ...... 7 7–8 ... 64.40 7–8 ...... 176.40 3–8 ...... 8.40 15–16 ...... 65.80 8 ...... 179.20 7–16 ...... 9.80 3 ...... 67.20 1–8 182 J–2 ...... T1.20 1–8 ...... 70. 1–4 ...... 184.80 9–16 ...... 12.60 1–4 ...... 72.80 3–8 ...... 187.60 5–8 ...... 14 3–8 ...... 75.60 1-2 ...... 190.40 11–16 ...... 15.40 1–2 ...... 78.40 5–8 ...... 19 8.20 3–4 ...... 16.80 5–8 ...... 81.2() 3–4 ...... H96 13–16 ...... 18.2() 3–4 ...... 84. 7–8 ...... 198.80 7–8 ...... 19.60 7–8 ...... 86.9 O 9 201.60 15–16 ...... 21 4 ...... 8 .60 1–8 ...... 204,40 e s ∈ e o e 22.40 l–8 ...... 92.40 1–4 ...... 207.20 1–16 ...... 23.80 1–4 ...... 95.2) 3–8 ...... 2 l () 1–8 ...... 25.20 3–8 ...... 98. 1–2 ...... 2i 2.80 3–16 ...... 26.60 J–2 ...... 100 80 3–4 ...... 218,40 1–4 ...... 28. 5–8 ...... 103.60 10 ...... 224. 5–6 ...... 29.40 3–4 ...... 106. 0 1–3 ...... 226.80 3–8 ...... 30.8() 7–8 ...... 109.20 1-4 ...... 229.60 7–16 ...... 32.20 5 ...... | 12. 3–8 ...... 232.40 –2 ...... 33.60 1–8 ...... 114.80 1–2 ...... 23 .20 9–16 ...... 35 1–4 ...... 117.60 5–8 ...... 238 5 8 ...... 36.40 3–8 ...... 120.40 3–4 ...... 240.80 11–16 ...... 37.80 1–2 ...... 123.20 7–8 ...... 243.60 3–4 ...... 39.20 5–8 ...... T 26. 11 ...... 246.40 l3–16 ...... 40.60 3–4 ...... 128.80 1–8 ...... 249 20 7–8 ...... 42 7–8 ...... I31.60 1–4 ..... . 252 15–16 ...... 43.40 6 ...... 134.40 3–8 ...... 254.80 2 ...... 44.80 1–8 ...... 137.20 1–2 ...... 257.60 1–16 ...... 46.20 1–4 ..... . 140. 5–8 ...... 260 40 1–8 ...... 47.60 5–8 ...... 142.80 3–4 ...... 263.20 3–16 ...... 49 1–2 ...... 145.60 7–8 ...... 266 1–4 ...... 50.40 5–8 ..... 148.4() 12 ...... 268.80 5–16 ...... 51.80 3–4 ...... 151.20 1–8 (...... 271 60 3–8 ...... 53.20 7–8 ...... 154. 1–4 .... . 274.40 7–16 ...... 54.60 7 ...... 156.8s) 3–8 ...... 277 20 1–2 $ to o so to o 56. 1–8 to o & to e & 159.60 1–2 to o so to e to 280, 9–16 ...... 57.40 1–4 ...... 162.40

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IMPROVED RAILROAD OILS

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§o o PRIZE MEDALS :

to LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1867. ogo, Yos AMERICAN INSTITUTE, 1856, 1867.

GOLD MEDAL, - - UNITED STATES.

ENGINE, SICNAL, LARD, VALVE, COACH OILS,
“PREMIUM PETROLEUM" and HEAD LIGHT OILS,

Endorsed by experience and tests of years, and the highest authority of the
tjnited States and Europe.

§§§oast. BUFFAL0, N. Y. "o". GEO. WORTHINGTON & CO.

HARDWARE MERCHANTS,

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN

Builders' Hardware, Machinists' Tools, Mining Supplies, Tinners' Goods, Metals, Iron, Steel and Nails.

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Blanks, Blank and Copying Books and Railroad Stationery OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.

CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED RAILROAD TICKETS,
LCCAL AND COUPON.

Agents for Davidson's celebrated Burglar and Fire-Proof Safes, go oftDERs solicit ED AND ESTIMATES PROMPTLY FURNISHED,

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Forgings. DeLaney & Co................................ $ to to e o 'o o e o e o 'o o q & Buffalo, N. Y............ ......See Page 98 Pittsburgh Forge & Iron Co........................... Pittsburgh, Pa............... “ 174 Founders. Snyder Bros.......................... Williamsport, Pa............See Page 46 Founders' Tools. S. S. Townsend............................................. New York...................... See Page 2 Foundry Facings. Van Tuyl Manufacturing Company...... to e s e o 'o e g a New York...................... See Page 242 - . Foundry Fixtures. Wm. B. Bement & Son................................. Philadelphia, Pa.............. See Page 168 Foundry Supp ies. Van Tuyl Manufacturing Co.................. ........New York............... ......See Page 242 Freight Cars. Chas. W. Matthews....................................... Philadelphia, Pa............ See Page 38 Greene & Randolph....................................... New York..................... § { 54 O. W. Child............................... { % “ ......... to e g o e g o os e o e e “ 262 See also, Car Builders. Anderson & Woods....................................... Pittsburgh, Pa......... ......See Page 150 L. G. Tillotson & Co............. * * * * * g o os o o to e o $ to go è go to e o & e New York..................... 6 * 94 O. W. Child .................................................. { % “ ...............----- * {{ 262 Pittsburgh Bolt Co................................... ...Pittsburgh, Pa............... {{ 118 Skinner & Gifford Manufacturing Co.............. Dunkirk, N. Y............... &{ 140 The Atlas Works.......................................... Pittsburgh, Pa............... {{ 172

VALUE OF IRON.

value per Gross Tom (2240 lbs.) of IRON at from 1–10th of a cent to 10 cents per Pound, increasing at Rate of 1–10th of a cent per Pound.

Per lb. in Price Per lb. in Price Per Ib. in Price cts. & k-10ths. per Ton. |cts. & 1-10ths. per Ton. cts. & 1-10ths. per Ton.

1–10 ...... $ 2.24 3 5–10 ...... $ 78.40 6 8–10 ...... $152.32 2- ...... 4.48 6- ...... 80.64 9- ...... 154.56 3- ...... 6.72 7- ...... 82 88 7 ...... 156.80 4- ...... 8.96 8- ...... 85.12 1–10 ...... 158.04 5– ...... 11.20 9– ... .. 87.36 2- ...... 161.28 6- ...... 13.44 4 ...... 89.60 3- ...... 163.52 7- ...... 15.68 1–10 ...... 91.84 4– to e & e o e 165.76

8- ...... 17.92 2- ...... 94.08 5- ...... 168. 9- ...... 20.16 - 3- ...... 96.32 6- ...... 170.24 1 ...... 22.40 4- ..... . 98 56 7- ...... 172.48 1-10 ...... 24.64 5- ...... 100.80 8- ...... 174.72 2- ...... 26.88 6- ...... 103.04 9- ...... 176.96 3-, ...... 29.12 7- ...... 105 28 8 ...... 179.20 4- ...... 31.36 8— ...... 107.52 1–10 ...... 181.44 5- ...... 33.60 9- ...... 109.76 2- ...... 183.68 6- ...... 35.84 5 ...... 112.00 3- ...... 185.92 7- ...... 38.08 1–10 ...... 114.24 4- ...... 188.16 8– * * * * * * 40.32 2– ...... 116.48 5- ..... . 190.40 9- ...... 42.56 3- ...... 118.62 6- ...... 192.64 2 ...... 44.80 4- ...... 120.96 7- ...... 194.88 1–10 ...... 47.04 5- ..... . 123.20 8- ...... 197.12 2- ...... 9.28 6- ...... 125.44 9- ...... 199.36 3- ...... 51.52 7- ..... . 127.68 9 ...... 201.60 4- ...... 53.76 8- ...... 129 92 1–10 ..... . 203.84 5- ...... 56 9- ...... 132.16 2- ...... 206.08 6- ...... 58.24 6 ....-. 134.40 3- ...... 208.32 7- ...... 60.48 1–10 ...... 136.64 4- ...... 210.56 8- ...... 62.72 2– ...... 138.88 5- ...... 212.80 9- ...... 64.96 3- ...... 141,12 6- ...... 215 04 e e g g o e 67.20 4– ...... 143.36 7– ...... 217.28 1–10 ... 69.44 5– § e g o os e 145.60 8- ...... 219.52 2- ...... 71.68 6– ...... J47.84 9– ...... 221.76

. 3– & e o o o o 73.92 7– to e o 'o o e 150.08 10 to e o 'o o o 224.

4- ...... 76.16 l

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Metals. ENGINE BRASS, ROLLINC MILL g BRASS. PACKINC, RINCS, &c, XXX METAL, Niok. Hardening, 55c. | First quality metals, warranted new, XX & Co. & $90. (copper and tin.)

X “, copper “, 45c. ORDINARY RED BRASS
Guaranteed to contain no lead. CASTINCS,
A METAL = 40C. B METAL. 35c. of superior metals, (part new, part old.)
C 44 80C. D 44 25C. cood QuALITY RED BRASS
E METAL. 20c. CASTINCS,

These metals contain a very large per from well selected old metal. centage of tin, antimony, and copper | No. 1; Yellow Brass Castings, hardening, according to price. 64 2s Y it. * **astin ell OW Braş5 ing.8s f Mes Al-, ; § Mes AL- #. 66 i. cario, Boxes, e * new metal. These metals are the ordinary low- ** 2, Car-Journal Boxes, riced Babbitt Alloys, used where there one-half new, one-half old metal. s not much wear on the machinery, “ 3, Car-Journal Boxes, and where economy is required. They good old metal. are superior to the higher-priced metals || “ 4, Gar-Journal Boxes, of other marketS. common metal.

Ingot, or Pig Brass

We manufacture this material for Brass Founders and Manufacturers, who prefer to do their own Casting; and will supply them at lower rates than they can purchase elsewhere. A written guarantee given with all purchases, if desired, of new metal, subject to analysis at our cost, if not as represented.

1o Parts Copper to 1 Tin. 8 Parts Copper, to 1 Tin, } New 9 66 & 6 | 6 & 7 & so * & 4 | 66

6 Parts Copper to 1 Tin, Metal.

The same mixtures from well-selected old metal, with part new copper and

tin added to restore it.

Ordinary Red Brass, no new metal in pig. no. i. Yetiow Brass, new metal, 1% to 4 parts of Copper to 1 of Spelter, in pig or ingots, warranted. No. 2. Yellow Brass, old and new mixed.

No. 3. All Old Yellow Brass, mixed. go SEND FOR PRICE LIST.

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