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INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

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

See Notices at Foot of Page 13.

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Adzes 21

Air Brakes 21

Air Compressors 21

Air Pumps 21

Angle Iron 21

Annunciators 21

Anti-Explosives 21

Anti-Friction Agents. 21

"" Bearings 21

"" Metal 23

"<• 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 25

Assayers 25

Augur Batches 25

Automatic Gear Cutting Machines.. 25

Axe Manufacturers 25

Axle Grease 25

"Lathes 27

Axles 27

Babbitt Metal 27

29

ge Barrows 29

Checks 29

Baker's Tile 29

Ball Pene Hammers 29

Band Saws 29

Band Sawing Machines 29

Bar Iron 125

Bark Mills 29

Bar Lead 29

Bars 29

Batteries, Telegraph 31

Bellows 31

Bells 31

Belt Dogs 31

Belting 31

Bench Screws 31

Bending Rolls 33

Bismuth 33

Black Lead:...... 33

Blacksmith's Tools 33

Blank Books 33

Blaster's Tools 33

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Blast Furnaces 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 < 35

"Makers 35

"Makers' Tools 35

*• Plate and Drilling Machines 35

"Plates... 35

_" Powders... 35

"Ratchets 35

"Rivets 39

Boilers 39

Boiler Scale Preventive 39

"Tubes and Flues 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 Valves 43

"Ingot 43

"Fittings 43

"Founders and Finishers 45

"Padlocks 45

"Tubing 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 47

Brushes for Tubes 47

Builders' Hardware 47

Building Materials 47

THE PULSOMETER

OR

IMIO FUXFI

A NEW ERA IN

Steal Hydro-Engineering,

FLUIDS MOVED BY SELF-ACTING
PULSATIONS,

Steam Pumps Supplanted,

Piston Rods, Cylinders,

Packing, Stuffing Boxes

and Air Chambers of

no Further Use.

Tie Experience of Ages Set at NangM,

AND PHILOSOPHY CONFOUNDED.

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 the 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 injury to its parts in the least. Hence, its value for Mining and similar situations.

• 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.

SEND FOR CIRCXJIL.^R..

O. HGEIVJEfcY HALL & CO.

No. 20 Cortlandt St., New 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 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 55

"Glass 55

"Hassocks 57

"Hooks 57

"Irons 57

"Linings 57

"Makers' Machinery 57

"Packing 57

"Plushes, &c 59

Carpenters' Tools 59

Carriage Builders' Machinery 59

"Bolts 69

"Hardware 59

Cars 61

"Springs 61

"Stoves 61

"Trimmings 61

"Varnishes 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 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

""Varnish 69

Coal 69

"Facing 71

"Hods and Vases 71

"Miners'Supplies 71

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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 73

Contractors 73

"Machinery » 73

"Supplies 75

Tools 75

Copper 75

"Bottoms 75

"Ingot 75

"Locomotive Sheets 75

"Nails ; 75

"Rivets andBurs 75

"Tubing * 75

"Wire 77

""Insulated 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 79

Crow Bars 79

Crucibles 79

Crude Gutta Percha 79

Cupola Linings 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

Driviag Wheel Lathes 87

Drop Presses.. 87

Dryers 87

Edge Tools 87

Electrical Engineers 87

Electric Alarms 87

"Apparatus for Mining 89

"Bells 89

"Instruments 89

BOTNTON'S PATENT

LIGHTNING 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," aNew York World," " Christian Union," u Christian Radical," "Examiner and Chronicle." "American Agriculturist " " Hearth and Home," "Iron Age," "Liberal Christian," "Baptist Union," *l Kansas Tribune," "Davenport (Iowa) Gazette," "Davenport Democrat," "Moore's Rural New Yorker," ;t New York Evangelist," "New York Observer," "Independent," •l The Western Rural," "Chicago Standard," and many others.

BOTNTON'S CROSS-CUT SAWS

In quality of material are fully equal to any in the market, a d each blade is subjected to a rigid inspection before leav ng the factory. They are made from 4 to 10 feet in length.

CAUTION.

As these Saws have been largely imitated, (but all omit ting some essen'ial 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.

BOYNTON'S ONE-MAN CROSS-CUT SAW

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;Will be found very suitable for Carpenters, Bi dge Builders, and all who work heavy timber. JUs, also, well adapted to JburuM's use tor sawing down trees, cutting up cord'-wOoa, fence posts, and small logs. It can be used by two men whenever necessary, 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. BPYNTON, Sole Propri<eiof 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

"Buckets 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 101

"Fixtures 101

"Supplies 101

Freight Cars 101

Frogs 101

Frog Signals 103

Furnaces 103

Furniture 103

Fuses 103

Calvanized Iron 103

"Nails 103

Pipe 105

Galvanizers 105

Galvanometers 105

Gas Apparatus 105

Gas and Steam Fittings 105

""Fitters' Tools 107

Gas Pipe 107

Gauges 107

Gauge Tubes 107

Geared Foot Lathes 107

Girders ~ 109

Glass Bearings 109

"Letters 109

M Looking 109

"Ornamented 109

u Plate 109

"Window. 109

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i Glaziers'Points 109

I Globe and Angle Valves 109

Gongs 109

Grindstones 109

Grindstone Boxes 113

Gun Powder 113

Gutta Percha 113

"Pipe 113

Hammer Dies 113

Hammers 113

Hand Forcing Machines 115

"Lamps 115

"Lathes 115

"Punches 115

"Shears 115

"Stamps 115

Hangers 115

Hardware 115

Hard WoodDoors 115

Harness 115

Harrow Teeth 117

Hasps 117

Hassocks 117

Head Lamps and Lights 117

"Light Oil 117

"Linings 119

Heating Apparatus 119

Hinge Nails 119

Hinges 119

Hoes , 119

Hoisting Grapple 119

"Machines 119

Hoop Iron 119

Hoppers 119

Horse Shoe Iron 119

"Shoes Til

"Shoers'Tools 121

Hose 121

"and Ladder Straps 121

"Couplings 121

"Jacket 121

"Pipes 121

Hotel Annunciators 121

Hydrants 123

Hydraulic Engines 123

Jacks 123

"Machinery 123

Pipe 123

"Presses 123

Punches 123

Valves 123

Hydrostatic Wheel Presses 123

Incrustation Powders 123

Iron 125

"Bar 125

"Buildings 125

'• Burs 127

"Doors and Shutters 127

"Fittings 127

"Founders 127

"Merchant 167

"Merchants 127

"Ore Crushers 127

"Ores 131

"Padlocks 131

"Paints 131

"Pig , 183

"Pipe 133

"Railroad 199

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