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Linseed Cake.

Campbell & Thayer........................................ New York......................See Page 264
Linseed Oil.
Atlantic White Lead Co.—Rob't Colgate & Co. New York............... See Pages 238, 240
Campbell & Thayer....................................... { % “ ..................... See Page 264
C. E. Hecht.................... to e s is to to e s to o e o o so a s e o e s & so e s to e o e o s s Easton, Pa..................... { % I58
E. W. Blatchford & Co................................... Chicago, Ill.................... €6 124
F. S. Pease............................... to e o so e g o o so o e s ∈ e o e e s is e Buffalo, N. Y.................. {& 100
John Jewett & Son............... . . * * * * * * * * * to e o 'o e o e o 'o e & New York.................. See Pages 72, 74
Litharge.
Atlantic White Lead Co.—Rob't Colgate & Co. New York.............. See Pages 238, 240
Brooklyn White Lead Co.............................. New York......... * & 6 s & 4 s & .....See Page 268
Wetherill & Bro........................ Philadelphia, Pa........... to so { % 52
Lithography.
Allen, Lane & Scott....................................... Philadelphia, Pa............. See Page 90
Chas. F. Ketcham....................................... ...New York...................... § { 262
Warren, Johnson & Co ................................. Buffalo, N. Y.................. {{ I00
Local and Goupon Tickets.
Allen, Lane & Scott....................................... Philadelphia, Pa............ See Page 90
Warren, Johnson & Co.................................. Buffalo, N.Y................... & 4 I00

SHELLS OF BOILERS.
Resistance to Internal or Bursting Pressure.
(From Haswell.)
Bursting Pressure Bursting Pressure

à m per Square Inch. e o, per Square Inch. --> zo $—t to à É e of ## # É so #3 .: © #g c 35 5 © # 5 p o P o £o 2.P. .: 2. §§ Q.: to- * : R; so 5- so R; Feet. Ins. Lbs. Tubs. Feet. Ins. Lbs. Ibs 2 ...... 34 ...... 573 ...... 745 7.6 ...... % ...... 191 ...... 248 2.6 ...... % ...... 458 ...... 596 7.6 ...... % ...... 229 ...... 298 3 ...... 34 ...... 382 ...... 496 8 ...... % ...... 179 ...... 233 3.4 ...... }4 ...... 318 ...... 414 8 ...... % ...... 215 ...... 279 3.4 ...... % ...... 398 ...... 518 8.6 ...... % ...... 168 ...... 219 3.6 ...... 34 ...... 327 ...... 426 8.6 ...... % ..... • 202 ...... 263 3.6 ...... % ...... 409 ...... 532 9 ...... % “. 159 ...... 207 4 ...... 34 ...... 286 ...... 372 9 ...... % ...... 191 ...... 248 4 ...... % ...... 358 ...... 465 9.6 ...... * ..." 150 ...... I96 4.6 ...... % ...... 254 ...... 331 9.6 ...... % ...... 181 ...... 235 4.6 ...... % 318 ...... 413 10 ...... § “. 143 ...... 186 5 ...... % ...... 229 ...... 298 || 10 ...... #3 "... 72 ...... 224 5 ...... % ...... 286 ...... 372 10 ...... % ...... 229 ...... 208 5.6 ...... % ...... 208 ...... 270 10.6 ...... § e e o os o g 136 ...... 177 5.6 ...... % .... . 260 ...... 338 || 10.6 ...... % ...... 3 ...... 212 5.6 ...... % ...... 312 ...... 406 || 10.6 ...... *3 ...... 218 ...... 284 6 ...... % ...... 191 ...... 248 11 ...... % ...... 156 ...... 203 6 ...... % ...... 39 ...... 311 | 11 ...... }% “... 208 ...... 271 6 ...... % ...... 286 ...... 372 11.6 ...... % ...... 149 ...... 194 6.6 ...... }, ...... 220 ...... 287 11.6 ...... % ...... 199 ...... 259 6.6 ...... % ...... 264 ...... 344 | 12 ...... % ...... 43 ...... 166 7 ...... % ...... 204 ...... 266 | 12 ...... % ...... 191 ...... 248 7 ...... % ...... 245 ...... 319

Tensile resistance of the plates without Riveting is taken at a mean of 55,000 pounds per square inch.

The single-riveted are estimated at .5 the resistance of the plates, and the staggered riveted at .65.

Such allowances for the resistance and wear of the plates, oxydation, etc., are to be made, as the character of the metal, the nature of the services, and the circumstance of using fresh or salt water, etc., will render necessary.

In riveted plates, it is customary in practice to estimate the safe tensile resistance of the metal of a boiler or tube, when exposed to salt-water, at one-fifth of its ultimate resistance or bursting pressure; and, when exposed to fresh-water alone, at one-fourth of it,

TRENTON WISE # TOOL WORKS, T ER E N T O N , N. J. HERMANN BOKER & CO.,

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Railroad,

WISES, Swivel Vises. Striking. Plain Parallels Mapping- foliii. Coach nakers, Hand Drilling. Stone. solid BOX. Blacksmiths. Clay. o Pipe. Mason. Coal, Vise Screws. Stone. g rSs * Stone Sledges. : o: Railroad Mauls. Smith Sledges. Riveting. Ship Mauls. Ball Ferne, Mattocks.

Coal Sledges.
Chisels, Tongs, Bench Screws, Wedges, Crowbars, &c.

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Lock Nuts- Jno. W. Quincy............................................. New York...................... See Page 178 Lock Nut & Bolt Co. of New York.................. { % “ ............ to e g is e o a to e to {{ 272 Wose, Dinsmore & Co..................................... {{ “ ................. .... {{ 60 Locks. L. G. Tillotson & Co............. * * * * * * * * * * to e o g o $ in to e s & © e o 'o o New York...................... See Page 94 Pratt & Co................................................... Buffalo, N. Y.................. {{ 132 Radley & McAlister Manufacturing Co............ New York...................... {{ 250 Ritchie & Son............................................... Newark, N. J................. {{ 44 Romer & Co.................................................. “ ....................... £ 6 204 Wose, Dinsmore & Co..................................... New York...................... {{ 60 Locomotive Balances. Tyng & Co................................................... New York...................... See Page 260 - - Loconnotive Bells. A. Fulton's Son & Co........ to $ to # e. e. to e o 'o e o e o e o g g o e o 'o e s to o e o & Pittsburgh, Pa............... See Page 116 Locomotive Blocks. . Hall & Sons.................................................. Buffalo, N. Y.................. See Page 254 Maurer & Weber........................................... New York...................... { % 228 Philip Neukumet .......................................... Philadelphia, Pa............ { % 104. Star Fire Brick Co........................................ Pittsburgh, Pa............... {{ 232 Locomotive Builders. Baldwin Locomotive Works........................... Philadelphia, Pa.............. See Page 78 Porter, Bell & Co.......................................... Pittsburgh, Pa............... & 128 Schenectady Locomotive Works..................... Schenectady, N. ‘........... {{ 148 Locomotive Head Lights. Buffalo Steam Gauge Co................................. Buffalo, N. Y.................. See Page 170 Radley & McAlister Manufacturing Co........... New York................- * * * * * * £ 4 250 Vose Dinsmore & Co.................................... * & “ ..................... § { 60 WROUGHT IRON FLUES. Resistance to Collapsing Pressure. (From Haswell.) § : H Ž #25 | * # *g: So wo Ç .o. 3 <!) © Q} . • * 5 3) Kl) := g- # 2 : +: +: P. É. o. 3 8 *s) o § 3 ; à ês) o 3 # = .3 § 2. ###| | # § o 3 & 5. so H 5– 3 = % as H E- O Ins. Feet. Ins. Lbs. InS, Feet Ins. ...... Lbs 6 ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 4.17 11% ...... 12 ...... .2 ...... 197 6% ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 385 | 11% ...... 12 ...... 34 ...... 308 7 ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 357 11% ...... 12 ...... % ...... 532 7 ...... 10 ...... % ...... 580 12 ...... Jö ...... .2 ...... I 53 7% ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 333 | 12 ...... 15 ...... % ...... 239 7% ...... 10 ...... % ...... 542 12 ...... 15 ...... % ...... 415 8 ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 312 12% ...... 15 ...... $4 ...... 229 8 ...... 10 ...... % ...... 508 12% ...... 15 ...... % ...... 398 8% ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 2.94. I 3 to o s s ∈ & 15 ...... 34 ...... 220 8% ...... 10 ...... % ...... 478 13 ...... 15 ...... % ...... 384 9 ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 278 13% ...... 15 ...... 34 ...... 212 9 ...... 10 ...... % -----. 451 | 1.3% ...... 15 ...... % “.... 369 9% ...... 10 ...... .2 ...... 263 4 ...... 18 ...... % ...... 176 9% ...... 10 ...... % ...... 427 | 14 ...... 18 ...... % ...... 305 10 ...... 12 ...... .2 ...... 227 14% ...... 18 ...... 3.4 ...... 168 10 ...... 12 ...... % ...... 354 14% ...... 18 ...... % ...... 29.4 10 ...... 12 ...... % ...... 612 | 15 ...... 20 ...... % ...... 157 10% ...... J2 ...... ..? ...... 216 15 ..... 20 ...... % ...... 276 10% ...... 12 ...... 34 ... .. 337 15% ...... 20 ...... % ...... 152 10% ...... 12 ...... % ...... 583 || 15% ...... 20 ..... % ...... 267 T1 ...... 12 ...... .2 ...... 2: 6 16 ..... 20 .... A ...... 148 11 ...... 12 ...... *4 ...... 322 | 16 ...... 20 ...... % ...... 2. T1 ...... 12 ...... * ... 557 % 31

See notes at foot of table about “Shells of Boilers,” page 153.

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Locomotives.

Baldwin Locomotive Works........................... Philadelphia, Pa............ See Page 78 Greene & Randolph....................................... New York...................... $6 54 H. N. Winans—(Boiler Powders)..................... {{ “ ..................... “ 108 Miller & Smith............................................. {{ “ ..................... {{ 112 O. W. Child .................................................. { % “ ..................... {{ 262 Porter, Bell & Co.......................................... Pittsburgh, Pa............... & © 128

Schenectady Locomotive Works.....................Schenectady, N. Y.......... {{ 148 Wiard Locomotive Attachment Co.—(AntiExplosive)........................................... New York...................... See Page 110

J.T. & R. H. Plass......................................... New York See Page 208

Leffingwell & Co.................................. ........ Cleveland, Ohio........ ...... See Page 190 See also, Glass—Looking.

Lubricating Oils.

Eclipse Lubric Oil Co.................................... New York......... See Page facing Title Frazer Lubricator Co.................................... “ “ ...................... See Page 264 F. S. Pease.................................................... Buffalo, N. Y.................. {{ 10

Isaac U. Coles............................................... New York..................... & © 20 P. H. Moffat.................................................. Chicago, Ill.................... • $ 190 Posts & Kalkman New York................. .... “ 266

Wm. B. Browne & Co...... ............................. 6 & “ ..................... &é 266

BOARD MEASURE–4 PAGES.
Table gives Feet of Board Measure to One Running Foot of Board.
Area of a running foot multiplied by length in feet, will give superficial

contents of board in square feet.

Application of Table: A board is 1 inch thick, 1 foot 4% inches wide by 21, feet long. What is its contents? Answer, 1 foot equal 1, and 4% in. equal .3958, therefore, 1 foot 4% in. equal 1.3958, multiplied by 21, equal 29.3 feet, which is contents of board.

Width of Board in Inches. ick. "...] }4 % 1 1% 1% 1% *_ _% 2%

% .01.04 ... .0156 ... .0208 ... .026 ... .0313 ... .0365 ... .041.7 ... .0469 ... .0521 # .0209 ... .0313 ... .041.7 ... .0521 ... .0625 ... .0729 ... .0833 ... .0938 ... .1: 42 4.

.0313 ... .0469 ... .0625 ... .078? ... .0938 ... .1094 ... .125 ... .1406 ... .1563 .041.7 ... .0625 ... .0833 ... .1042 ... .125 ... .1458 ... .1667 ... .1875 ... .2083 .0521 ... .0781 ... .1042 ... .1302 ... .1563 ... .1823 ... .2083 ... .2344 ... .2604 .0625 ... .0938 ... .125 ... .1563 ... .1875 ... .2188 ... .25 .... .2813 ... .3125 .0729 ... 1094 ... .1458 ... .1823 ... .2187 ... .2552 ... .291.7 ... .3281 ... .3646 .0833 ... .125 ... .1667 ... .2083 ... .25 ... .2917 ... .3333 ... .375 ... .4166 .0938 ... .1406 ... .1875 ... .2344 ... .2813 ... .3281 ... .375 ... .4219 ... .4688 .1042 ... .1563 ... .2083 ... .2604 ... .3125 ... .3646 ... .4167 ... .4688 ... .5208 .1146 ... .1719 ... .2292 ... .2865 ... .3438 ... .401 . . .4583 ... .5156 ... .573 .125 ... .1875 ... .25 ... .3125 ... .375 ... .4375 ... .5 ... .5625 ... .625 .1355 ... .2032 ... .2708 ... .3385 ... .4063 ... .4739 ... .5416 ... .6094 ... .677 .1457 ... .2186 ... .2917 ... .3646 ... .4375 ... .5104 ... .5833 ... .6563 ... 7292 .1563 ... .2345 ... .3125 ... .3906 ... .4689 ... .5469 ... .625 ... .7031 ... .7813 .1666 ... .25 ... .3333 ... .4167 ... .5 ... .5833 ... .6667 ..., .75 ... .8333 .177 ... .2655 ... .3542 ... .4427 ... .5312 ... 6198 ... .7083 ... .797 ... .8854 .1875 ... .2813 ... .375 ... .4688 ... .5625 ... .6563 ... .75 ... .8438 ... .9375 ..198 ... .297 ... .3958 ... .4948 ... .5938 ... .6927 ... .7917 ... .8905 ... .9895 .2083 ... .3125 ... .4167 ... .5208 ... .625 ... .7292 ... .8333 ... .9375 ... 1.004 .218.7 ... .3231 ... .4375 ... .547 ... .6562 ... .7655 ... .875 ... .9845 ... 1.095 .2291 ... .3437 ... .4583 ... .5729 ... .6875 ... .802 ... .9166 ... 1.03 ... 1.145 .2395 ... .3594 ... .4791 ... .599 ... .7187 ... .8385 ... .9583 ... 1.077 ... 1.198 .25 ... .375 ... .5 ... .625 ... .75 ... .875 ... 1. ... 1.125 ... 1.25

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