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INDEX TD BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

For Index to Tables, Recipes, &c., see pages 15, 17, and 19.

See Notices at Foot of Page 13.

PAGE. Adzes........................................... 21 Air Brakes.................................... 21 Air Compressors........................... 21 Air Pumps.................................... 21 Angle Iron .................................. 21 Annunciators................. ............... 21 Anti-Explosives............................ 21 Anti-Friction Agents.......... ........... 21 66 $6 Bearings.................. 21 $6 {{ Metal....................... 23 {{ ée Slide Valve............... 23 Antimony .................................... 23 Anti-Vacuum Valve....................... 23 Anvil Blocks................................ 23 Anvils............. • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ... 23 Artesian Well Tubing................ 23 Asbestos....... 23 “ Boiler Felting......... ......... 25 “ Roofing ........................... 25 Asphaltum................. to $ to o e o 'o o e o e o e to e s e o e 25 Assayers....................................... 25 Augur Ratches............................. 25 Automatic Gear Cutting Machines. 25 Axe Manufacturers....................... 25 Axle Grease ...... to e o o e o e o e o e o e e s is e a s e • * * * * * * 25 “. Lathes................................. 27 Axles .......................... * > * > * > * * * * * * * * * 27 Babbitt Metal.............................. 27 Badges.................. ...... & e o a # 8 o' & © e o 'o a to 29 Baggage Barrows.......................... 29 $6 Checks........................... 29. Baker’s Tile 29 Ball Pene Hammers...................... 29 Band Saws.................................... 29 Band Sawing Machines.................. 29 Bar Iron.............. © to 8 to e e g o e o s o a s & e o e o 'o e o so to & 125 Bark Mills.................................... 29 Bar Lead............ to go to so * * * * c e o se e o s e o e o a to a o o e 29 Bars............................................. 29 Batteries, Telegraph...................... 31 Bellows................... .................... 31 Bells............................................ 31 Belt Dogs............................ ........ 31 Belting......................................... 31 Bench Screws............................... 31 Bending Rolls................... it o Go e g o e o e o e 33 Bismuth $ e o e 33 Black Lead..... - 33 Blacksmith's Tools........................ 33 Blank Books........................... to e o e o e 33 Blaster's Tools 33

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Blast Furnaces.................. © e o 'o o & to ..... 33 “ Furnace Blocks.................... 33 Blasting and Mining Wires....... ..... 33 Blind and Sash Makers................. 33 Blocks 33 Block Tin................................... ... 33 Blowers ... 33 Boiler Covering............................. 35 “ Felting............................... 35 * Iron $ to $ e s to e 35 “ Makers............................... 35 “ Makers' Tools............ to o & to $ to e o o 35 * Plate and Drilling Machines 35 “ Plates................................. 35 – “... Powders............................. 35 “ Ratchets............................. 35 “ Rivets 39 Boilers.......................... * & © to e o 'o to $ to o to e ... 39 Boiler Scale Preventive....... to e o s s to e o e o 'o 39 “ Tubes and Flues ..... to e to e o e o 'o o ... 39 Bolt Cutters.................................. 41 “ Ends..................................... 41 “ Heading Machines................ 41 Bolts............................................ 41 Bolt Screwing Machines................ 41 Boring Bars................................. 41 “ Implements...................... 41

{{ Machines ........ ................ . 43 Brakes.................... .................... 43 Brands–Burning.......................... 43 Brass............................................ 43 “ Castings................................ 43 “ Cocks and Walves.................. 43 “ Ingot.................................... 43 “ Fittings................................ 43 “ Founders and Finishers......... 45 “ Padlocks............... to o to to e o 'o to o $ to to e to e 45 “ Tubing............... to e o 'o e o a c e e o is e e o e o o 45 “ Wire.................................... 45 Brick............................................ 45 Bridge and Roof Bolts.................... 45 “ Builders............................. 45 “ Castings ....................... ... 45 “ Irons ................................ 45 Bridges ....................................... 45 Brokers........................................ 45 Bronze Castings............................ 47 “ Door Knobs....................... 47 “ Door Trimmings......... to e o e o o o . 47 Brushes for Tubes....................... ... 47. Builders’ Hardware......... to e s to e e o so to to 8 e o 'o 47 Building Materials................... ..... 47

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This Apparatus is of vast importance and incalculable value to the Railroad, Steamboat, Mining and Manufacturing Community, and all others directly or indirectly interes ed in the use of Steam. . -

It consists only of a single piece of unfinished casting, cylindrical in form, standing upon one end, and is so constructed internally, that when properly connected with the necessary Steam and Water Pipes, it performs all the wonderful functions of the Steam Pump; raising and forcing a constant stream of water at the same time. .

It will raise water to the height due a perfect vacuum, and then force th same to a height due the initial pressure of Steam in the Boiler operating it.

Having no moving parts it can never wear out, consequently all the vexatious repairs incident to Steam Pump Engineering is obviated. It will Pump Gritty or Muddy Water, or even Mud of the consistency of mortar, without #y to its parts in the least. Hence, its value for Mining and similar situa1OIlS.

• It is perpetual in its opera ion, and can never cease its pulsations as long as

the conditions of its action are maintained.

When adjusted on a Locomotive or Steam Boiler, it not only takes the place of the Feed Pump, but automatically keeps the Water within the Boiler at any desired elevation; operating with absolute certainty, and delivering the water in a constant stream just as needed; thus obviating the primary cause of Boiler Explosions. -

It can be successfully used in any position and for any purpose within the Scope of the Steam Pump, as well as in many situations where a Pump would be practically useless.

S FCINTID FOR CIRCUIT, AIER.
C. HIENIE&Y I HAT L & CO.
No. 20 Cortlandt St., Wew York,

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Bunting 47
Burglar Alarms 47
Butts.................. ........................ 47
Buyers of Old Metal....................... 49
Cabinet Makers’ Machinery........... 49
Cabinet Woods 49
Cable Chain................................ 49
Cables—Telegraph........................ 49
Callipers........................... 49
Canal Bridges............................... 49
Candles........................... 51
Cap Screws................... * * * * * * * g g g o & © to 51
Car Axles.................................... 51
Car and Journal Bearings........... .... 53
“ Bits........................................ 53
“ Boxes.................................... 53
“ Box Borers............................. 53
“ Brasses................................... 53
“ Builders................................. 53
“Colors.................................... 53
“ Door Catches........................... 55
“ Door Locks ............................. 55
“ Equipments.......... © to e o e o s e e o e o e s e o & & 55
“ Glass...................................... 55
“ Hassocks........................ $ e o e o 'o o e 57
“ Hooks.................................... 57
“ Irons...................................... 57
“ Linings................................... 57
“ Makers’ Machinery.................. 57
“ Packing.................................. 57
“ Plushes, &c............................. 59
Carpenters' Tools..................... ..... 59
Carriage Builders’ Machinery......... 59
£ 6 Bolts .............................. 5
$6 Hardware........................ 59
Cars 61
“ Springs.................................. 61
“ Stoves.................................... 61
“ Trimmings............................. 61
“ Warnishes.............................. 61
“. Wheel Borers.......................... 61
“Wheels .................................. 263
Castings....................................... 63
Cast Iron Sinks............................. 63
“ Steel..................................... 65
Cement ....................................... 65
Chain Links................................. 65
Chains.......................................... 65
“ Measuring........................... 65
Chasing Lathes.............................. 65
Chemicals--Telegraph................... 67
Chilled Faced R. R. Frogs............... 67
Chimes ë to & to e o e o & to a o 67
Chisels......................................... 67
Chucks......... * 67
Church and School Bells................ 67
Chute Nails.................................. 67
Circular Saw Mills......................... 67
Saws .................... .......... 67
Clamps......................................... 69
Claw and Tamping Bars................. 69
Clocks ......................................... 69
Coach Colors ................................ 69
“ Oil...................................... 69
“ Screws................................ 69
“ Warnish........ * e o 'o e & e e o e < * g e o e o e s to e o e 69
Coal ............................................. 69
“ Facing.................................. 71
* Hods and Vases....... to e o e o e o u & e o e e o e 71
“ Miners' Supplies................... . 71

Coal Washing Machinery............... 71
Coiled Chain................................. 71
“ Springs - 71
Coking Machinery........................ 71
Cold Rolled Piston Rods ............... 71
{{ “ Shafting..................... 181
Colors, Dry ................................... 71
“ for Freight and Coal Cars.... 73
“ in Oil. ............................... 73
Commission Merchants.................. 73
Compasses........................... ......... 73
Composition Castings..................... 73
Condensors................................... 73
Conductors Punches.......... e ‘o e o e o e o os e o o 73
Contractors................................... 73
{{ Machinery....... $ e s e e o 'o e < e < e 73
{{ Supplies....... e e e o e - a to e o e o e e is 75
{{ Tools........................... 75
Copper......................................... 75
“ Bottoms............................. 75
“ Ingot............ ë e e to e o s o o $ to e o so to £ e o to e o 75
“ Locomotive Sheets.............. 75
“ Nails................................. 75
“ Rivets and Burs................. 75
“ Tubing........................ ...... 75
{{ Wire to e e s is e o e o 'o e s is e e o 'o e o e o e o e 0 g o to e o 'o e os 77
{{ “ Insulated....... to o e & © to o e o 'o & to 77
Copying Presses............................ 77
Cordage ....................................... 77
Corrugated Iron........................... 77
Cotton Drills................................. 77
Cotton Waste................................ 77
Couplings......... * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 77
& £ Patent.................. ........ 181
Covered Wires.............................. 77
Cranes .......... * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 79
Crestings...................................... 79
Crossings........................... * * g o e o t t e o e 79
Crow Bars.................................... 79
Crucibles............................. ........ 79
Crude Gutta Percha....................... 79
Cupola Linings........................ to e & © o & 79
Cupolas........................ ............... 81
Cutlery............ ............... ............ 81
Cutting Nippers............................ 81
Cylinders.......................... • * * * * * * * * * * * 81
€ $ Boring and Facing Ma-
chines ...................................... 81
Dating Machines.......................... 81
Depot Scales 81
Derricks 81.
Desks........................................... 83
Dies............................................. 83
Door Knobs.................................. 83
“ Machinery............................ 83
Drawing Room Car Hassocks......... 83
Drill Grinding Machines................ 83
Drills........................................... 85
Drilling Machines......................... 87
Drill Presses.......................... 87
Driving Wheel Lathes................... 87
Drop Presses................................ 87
Dryers.......................................... 87
Edge Tools................................... 87
Electrical Engineers..................... 87
Electric Alarms............................ 87
Apparatus for Mining........ 89
“ Bells...... to se e o 'o e s s to go o e o e o e g o e o so e e e o e 89
“ Instruments..................... 89

BOYNTON'S PATENT

I LIGHTINING SAWS /

Also, manufacturer of all kinds of first-class Saws and Saw Handles.

The inventor of this Saw claims that its superiority over all others is now established beyond dispute. . No other manufacturer has yet ventured to put his Saws in competition with it at the AMERICAN INSTITUTE or elsewhere, and the challenge of $500 for a public trial has nev, r been accepted. It is needless, therefore, to speak of the merits or defects of the various Saws now on the market. The intelligent workman will select the tool that will do the most work with the least labor, and which, at the same time possesses the requisite s rength and simplicity of construction, in which respects this Saw has proved itself far ahead of all others, as will be seen by the Testimonials, which will be mailed to applicants.

Awarded Medal of American Institute, over all competitors, Nov. 1872,

These Saws have also been highly spoken of in the following well known papers, copies of which can be seen at the office of the inventor, viz:

“Scientific American,” “American Artizan,” “New York Tribune,” “New York World,” “: Christian Union,” “Christian Radical,” “Examiner and Chronicle,” “American Agriculturist,” “Hearth and Home,” “Iron Age,” “Liberal Christian,” “Baptist Union,” “Kansas Tribune,” “ Payenport (Iowa) Gazette,” “Davenport Democrat,” “Moore's Rural New Yorker,” “New York Evangelist,” “New York Observer,” “Independent,” “The Western Rural,” “Chicago Standard,” and many others.

BoyNTON's CROSS.CUT SAWs

In quality of material are fully
equal to any in the market, a d joy.

each blade is subjected to a rigid inspection_before leav ng the o factory. They are made from SUp o 4 to Io feet in length. ER w

*% RErwoo -- JAN, 14, 1868 CA TOTION. goo." As these Saws have been largely imitated, (but all omit: ting , some essen'1al principal,) purchasers should be very careful to buy none but those having the name and trade mark of E. M. Boynton, with the $500 challange and directions for filing, using, &c., etched on them.

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Will be found very suitable for Carpenters, B, dae Builders, and all wh

work heavy timber. It is, also, welfadapted to ...g.” use of sawin do trees, cutting up cord-wood, fence posts, and small logs. It can be used y two men, whenever ocessary, by attaching one of Boynton's Patent Handles, which are removable at pleasure. It Will do as much work as tour good choppers.

E. M. BOYNTON, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, 80 Beekman Street, New York.

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Electric Machinery........................ 89
“ Signals............................. 91
“ Supplies........................... 91
Elevators...................................... 91
Emery........ 91
“ Belts.................................. 91
“ Grinders............................. 91
Wheels.......... .................... 93
Engine Builders, Steam................. 93
{ Lathes.............................. 93
“ Trimmings........................ 93
Engineers.................................... 93
{{ Instruments.................. 93

{{ Stationery Materials...... 93
Engines........................... ........... 93
Engravers.................................... 93
Exhaust Nozzles........................... 95
Extra Irons................................... 95
Factory Bells................................ 95
Feather Brushes ........................... 95
Fellys.......................................... 95
Felt............................................. 95
Felting......................................... 95
Files ........................................... . 95
Fire Brick.................................... 97
** Tonokafs ... ... 97
“ Clay...................................... 97
“ Engines................................. 97
Fish Bars..................................... 97
“ Plates................................... 97
Flags............................................ 97
Flange Pipes................................. 97
Flue Iron..................................... 99
Fog Signals 99
Foot Lathes.................................. 99
Force Pumps................................. 99
Forge Bellows .............................. 99
Forges.......................................... 99
Forgings....................................... 101
Founders...................................... 101
{{ Tools.............................. 101
Foundry Facings...... & o e o e < e < e e s a 101
“ Fixtures........ ë e s s e e e s e o e s is e < e s e 101
“ Supplies.......................... 101
Freight Cars. ............................... 101
Frogs.................... * * * * * * * * * * * e e o e e s e o 'o e o o 101
Frog Signals................................. 103
Furnaces...................................... T 03
Furniture.............. to e e o s is o e e s a e s e o e s e is e e s to 103
Fuses........................................... 103
Calvanized Iron........................... 103
{{ ails.......................... 103

£6 Pipe............................ 105
Galwanizers................................... I05
Galvanometers.............................. 105
Gas Apparatus.............................. 105
Gas and Steam Fittings.................. 105
{{ * Fitters' Tools.......... 107
Gas Pipe ...................................... 107
Gauges......................................... 107
Gange Tubes................................. 107
Geared Foot Lathes....................... 107
Girders..................----................... 109
Glass Bearings.............................. 109
“ Letters................................. 109
“ Looking.............................. 109
Ornamented.......................... 109
“ Plate.................................... 109
* Window...... •o e o 'o to e o e o is $ $. & ©.* * * * * * ..... 109

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Glaziers' Points............................. I09
Globe and Angle Valves................. I09
Gongs................. to e o e o e o e o go & e o so s to $ to do & so e o so e e 109
Grindstones.................................. 109
Grindstone Boxes......................... I13
Gun Powder................................. 113
Gutta Percha................................ 113
& 8 “ Pipe ........................ T13
Hammer Dies................................ 113
Hammers...................................... 113
Hand Forcing Machines................. 115
“ Lamps................................. 115
** Tathes 115
“ Punches .............................. 115
* Shears 115
“ Stamps.......... ..................... 115
Hangers......... ............................. 115
Hardware..................................... 115
Hard Wood Doors......................... 115
Harness......................... • e o e e s to s e e s to e & 115
Harrow Teeth............................... 117
Hasps.......................................... 117
Hassocks...................................... 117
Head Lamps and Lights................. 117
“ Light Oi!.............................. 117
“ Linings................................ 119
Heating Apparatus........................ 119
Hinge Nails................................. 119
Hinges......................................... 119
Hoes................... ‘s so e o e s e s e e s = e s e e s to e o t e s to T19
Hoisting Grapple .......................... 119
$6 Machines ........................ T19
Hoop Iron.................................... 119
Hoppers....................................... 119
Horse Shoe Iron........................... 119
{ % hoes.................................. 1.21
“ Shoers' Tools....................... 121
Hose w . 121
“ and Ladder Straps........... ...to go to s to o 121
“ Couplings......................... ..... 121
“ Jacket.................................. 121
“ Pipes.......... .......................... 121
Hotel Annunciators....................... T21
Hydrants...................................... 123
Hydraulic Engines........................ 123
& 6 acks........................... 123

& & Machinery.................... 123

££ ide............................. 123

{{ Presses......................... 123

& & Punches ....................... 123

{{ Valves .......................... 123
Hydrostatic Wheel Presses............ 123
Incrustation Powders.................... 123
TOI). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * e s e s is to a s e e e o e o e s e o 'o e o o os e o 'o 125
“ Bar....................................... 125
“ Buildings ............................. 125

{ UTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127
“ Doors and Shutters................ 127
“ Fittings................................ 127
“ Founders.............................. 127
“ Merchant............... to e o 'o e s & to a € $ w & s & 167
“ Merchants............................ 127
“ Ore Crushers......................... 127
“ Ores..................................... 131
“ Padlocks .............................. 131
“ Paints................................... 131
“ Pig....................................... T83
“ Pipe...................................... T33
“ Railroad 199

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