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ANTIQUE 1887 RECEIPT Gunpowder FIREWORKS BEER Wine PERFUMERY TOILET Soap TOBACCO:
THE TECHNO-CHEMICAL RECEIPT BOOK
THE TECHNO-CHEMICAL RECEIPT BOOK: Containing
Several Thousand Receipts, Covering the Latest, Most Important and Most Useful Discoveries in
Chemical Technology, and Their Practical Application in The Arts and The Industries. Edited chiefly from the German of Drs. Winckler, Elsner, Heintze, Mierzinski, Jacobsen, Koller and Heinzerling. With additions by William T. Brannt, Graduate of the Royal Agricultural College of Eldena, Prussia, and William H. Wahl, PH.D. (Heid.), Secretary of the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia; author of "Gaivanopiastic Manipulations."
ILLUSTRATED WITH SEVENTY-EIGHT ENGRAVINGS.
Philadelphia: Henry Carey Baird & Co., Industrial Publishers, Booksellers and Importers, 810 Walnut Street. London: Sammpson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, Crown Building, 188 Fleet Street.
Decorative red cloth hardcover with gilt lettering. Some shelf wear,
edges bumped, cloth worn to board on the tips, some frying to cloth at
top and bottom of spine. Sun fading to spine. Front hinge broken but
is still in secure condition. Overall good to very good condition. Wonderful
495 pages with index and catalogue of
Practical and Scientific books by the publisher. About 31 pages. Illustrated with
Book covers everything from the manufacture of artificial gems, pearls and Turkish beads to Bleaching your Willow Ware and everything in between. Other items include wax and wax preparations, utilization of waste and offal, water-proofing compounds, paints and pigments; inks, lithographic, printing, and
writing, lacquers and varnishes, glue, fireworks, copying and
printing, alcohol, liqueurs...and so much more.
THE principal aim in preparing THE TECHNO-CHEMICAL RECEIPT BOOK has been to give an accurate and compendious collection of approved receipts and processes of practical application in the industries, and for general purposes. The work is essentially what it claims to be a receipt book; and all theoretical reasoning and historical detail have been omitted. Popular and simple descriptions have, wherever possible, been preferred to technical and scientific language. The materials have been principally derived from German technical literature, which is especially rich in receipts and processes which are to be relied on; most of them having been practically tested by competent men before being given to the public.
In the laborious task of translation and compilation only the best and latest authorities have been resorted to, and innumerable volumes and journals consulted, and wherever different processes of apparently equal value for attaining the same end have been found, more than one has been introduced. Every care has been taken to select the best receipts of each kind, and we are confident that there are few persons, no matter in what business or trade they may be engaged, who will not here find something of use and benefit to them.
In regard to the use of the receipts, the observance of the following rules is recommended: 1. Be careful to use the exact proportions prescribed. 2. Always experiment first with small quantities. 3. Should the first attempt prove unsuccessful, do not condemn the receipt, but make another trial, as the fault can generally be traced to a mistake in the manipulation or an error in the quantities.
The alphabetical arrangement adopted and a very copious table of contents, as well as index, will render reference to any subject or special receipt prompt and easy.
PHILADELPHIA, June 10th, 1886.
We hope you Folks take few
minutes to read what the book has to offer. The book is full of interesting
This book is a treasure of authentic Victorian era recipes, and is a relatively scarce and hard to find volume.
ADULTERATIONS, IMITATIONS, ETC. How TO DETECT THEM.
Olive oil; Animal charcoal; Determination of percentage of oil in seeds
Vinegar, the substances with which it can be adulterated; Simple process of distinguishing genuine gilding and silvering from imitations; Milk adulterations; Adulteration of wax with tallow
To test dyes for adulterations; To detect alum in red wine; Simple method for distinguishing genuine butter from artificial; Crock's method
Alloys for teapots; Oroide; Britannia metal; Alloys for taking impressions of coins, medals, wood-cuts, etc.; Chrysorine; Prince's metal; Pinchbeck; Robertson's alloy for filling teeth; Aluminium alloys
Aluminium bronzes; Aluminium alloy for soldering aluminium; Silver and aluminium alloys; Gold and aluminium; Zinc and aluminium; Tin and aluminium; Bismuth and platinum; Lead and aluminium; Iron and aluminium
Tissier, Debray, and Roger on iron aluminium alloys; American sleigh-bells; Platinum bronze; White metal; Alloys resembling silver; Nickel alloys; Alloy of Christofle and Bouilhet; Lutecine, or Paris metal; A new and very fusible alloy; Wood's metal; Alloy of Lipowitz
Type metal; Alloy for music printing plates; S pence's metal; New alloys for journal-boxes; Alloys for dental purposes; Manganese bronze
Unalterable alloy; Chinese and Japanese bronzes; Bronze for objects of art; Chinese silver; Composition for metal stop-cocks which deposits no verdigris; Alloy for anti-friction brasses; Fenton's alloy for axle-boxes for locomotives and wagons; English copper alloys; Brass; Brass for turned articles
Red bronze for turned articles; Bronzes for castings; Coin metal; Metals for gongs and bells; Bell metals; Bronze for cocks; Statuary bronze; Bronzes for medals, rivets, and ornaments; New alloy resembling gold; Alloy resembling silver; Alloy for imitation gold and silver wires; Minargent; Composition of some alloys
ARTIFICIAL GEMS, PEARLS, AND TURKISH BEADS.
Jesem's glass-melting furnace; Schrader's fluxes
Donault-Wieland's flux; " Strass; " Ruby; Splittgerber's receipt for ruby glass; Sapphire; Emerald; Chrysoprase
Opal; Beryl, or aqua-marine; Hyacinth; Garnet; Tourmaline; Topaz and Chrysolite; Amethyst; Lapis Lazuli; Agate
Schrader's and Wagner's processes for producing artificial gems; Coloring substances; Artificial Pearls, Geissler's process; Turkish beads
BITTERS, CORDIALS, ELIXIRS, LIQUEURS, RATAFIAS AND ESSENCES; EXTRACTS, TINCTURES, AND WATERS USED IN THEIR MANUFACTURE, AND THE MANNER OF COLORING THEM.
Mode of coloring cordials, liqueurs, etc.; Coloring substances
Essences, extracts, tinctures, and waters; Absinthe tincture; Ambergris essence; Angelica essence; Anise-seed essence and extract; Anise-seed tincture; Aromatic tincture; Barbadoes essence; Bergamot essence; Bitter almond essences
Bitter essences; Bitter extract for Griinewald bitters; Calamus tinctures; Caraway essence (Cumin essence); Cardamon extracts; Cherry extract; Cherry water; Chocolate essence; Cinnamon essence; Clove essence; Coffee essence; Cognac essence; English bitters essence; Fennel essence; Gold water essence
Herb cordial essence; Juniper berry essences; Lavender essence; Lemon essence; Mace extract; Marjoram essence; Musk essence; Nut essence; Nutmeg essence; Orange-blossom extract; Orange-blossom water; Orange juice; Orange peel extract; Parfait d'Amour essence; Peach essences
Peppermint essences; Quince essence; Raspberry extracts; Raspberry water; Rose essence; Rose water; Rosemary essence; Sage essence; Spanish bitters essence; Strawberry extract; Strengthening tincture; Vanilla essence; Vanilla water and tincture; Wormwood essence; Elixir
Angel elixir; Elixir de St. Aur; Elixir-Colombat: Elixir of life; Elixir Monpou; Elixir des Troubadours; Elixir vital; Juniper elixir; Tabpurey elixir; Bitters, cordials, liqueurs and ratafias; Anise-seed cordials; Anisette cordial ; French anisette
Holland anisette; Angelica cordial; Aqua Bianca; Aqua reale; Aqua-Turco liqueur; Aromatic cordial; Ambergris water; Berlin bitters; Bitter Rossoli; Breslau bitter cordial
Calamus liqueur; Cardinal water; Cardinal de Rome; Carminative cordial; Capuchin cordial; Chartreuse; Cherry liqueur; Cherry cordial
Chocolate liqueur; Christofle; Citronelle; Crambambuli; Danzig cram-bambuli; Cumin cord.ial (Kummel); Cumin liqueur; Curacoa; French and Holland curacoa; Eau Americaine
Eau d'Amour; Eau d'Argent; Eau d'Ardelle; Eau d'Absynth Citronne; Eau de Cypre; Eau de Dauphin; Eau de Napoleon; Eau d'Orient; Eau d'Or (Gold water)
Eau de Paradise ; Eau des Princesses; Eau Precieuse; Eau royale; Eau de Sante; Eau de Sept Graines; English bitters; Greek bitters; Hamburg bitters; Juniper liqueur
Koch's herb extract; Maraschino; Mogador; Nectar; Orange peel cordial; Parfait d'Amour; Peach cordial; Peppermint cordials; Polish water; Polish whiskey; Quince cordial (Quittico); Rosemary cordial
Rossolio de Turin; Rostopschin; Scubac; Soya aqua vitse; Spanish bitters; Stettin bitters; Stomach bitters
Vienna stomach bitters; Swiss cordial; Thiem's bitters; Tivoli cordial; Trappistine; Vanilla cordial; Veritable extrait d'absinthe; Vienna bitters; Wormwood cordial; Ratafias; Barbadoes ratafia
Cocoa ratafia; Citronat-ratafia; Claret ratafia; English bitters ratafia; Fennel ratafia; Ginger ratafia; Ratafia Chinoise (Chinese liqueur); Ratafia de Grenoble; Mulberry ratafia; Orange ratafia; Apple ratafia;
Pear ratafia; Stomachic ratafia
Celery, Scotch, Vanilla and Wormwood ratafias
BLASTING COMPOUNDS, BLASTING POWDER, DYNAMITE, GUN-COTTON, GUNPOWDER. NITRO-GLYCERINE, FULMINATES, ETC.
Nitro-glycerine; Mowbray's process of manufacturing nitro-glycerine
R. Bottger's process of manufacturing nitro-glycerine; Dynamite and various formulae of making cellulose dynamite; Lithofracteur; Dittmar's dualin; New dynamite by Anthoine & Genaud; Carboazotine
Brise-rocs; Pudrolith; Pyrolith; Trets' blasting powder; Frozen dynamite; Augendre's white powder; Hafenegger's gun and blasting powder
Dr. Borlinetto's gunpowder; Sharp & Smith's patent gunpowder; Spence's powder for cannon of large calibre; Non-explosive powder; Green's blasting powder; Giant dynamite; Blasting compound from potato-starch
Martinsen's new blasting powder; To protect blasting agents containing nitroglycerine and ammonium nitrate from moisture, and to prevent the exudation of the nitro-glycerine; Giant powder; Faure & French's Blasting compound; Gun-cotton; New blasting compounds; Peralite; Jaline; New blasting compound from a combination of honey and glycerine
Preparation of blasting compounds by directly nitrating crude tar oils; Gelatinous nitro-glycerine; "Forcite;" Cartridge shells of easily combustible substances; Fulminate of mercury; Fulminate of silver; Fulminating platinum
New method of bleaching cotton yarns, tissues, etc.; Cleansing of cotton and other vegetable fibres; To bleach cotton goods with woven borders; To bleach muslin; Frohnheiser's method of bleaching cotton; To bleach cotton goods; Cotton, bleaching
Bleaching of woollen tissues
To keep woollen goods white; To bleach wool without sulphur; To make wool bleached without sulphur beautifully white; Bleaching of silk; Hartmann's quick method of bleaching flax yarn
To bleach sponges; To bleach and harden tallow; To bleach bristles; To bleach copper plate engravings, wood-cuts, etc.; To bleach shellac
To bleach straw; David's new process of bleaching
To bleach stained marble
Receipts to prevent and remove boiler incrustations
Alfieri's receipt; Baudet's preventive; Rogers' preventives
BONE, HORN AND IVORY To BLEACH AND DYE THEM, AND MAKE IMITATIONS AND COMPOSITIONS.
To bleach bone and ivory; To bleach bones; Hedinger's method of bleaching bones for turners' use; Peineman's process of bleaching ivory turned yellow; To make ivory soft and flexible
New process of bleaching ivory and bones; Dyeing of bone and ivory; Receipts for different colors
To produce black and colored drawings upon ivory
Artificial ivory; Artificial ivory for photographic purposes; New artificial ivory; To bleach ivory articles fastened upon leather, etc.; Compound for buttons, dice, doniinos, etc.; A. new method of treating horn; To dye horn to resemble tortoise shell
Buttons from waste of horn
BRONZING AND COLORING OF METALS.
Green bronzes for brass; Chinese bronze; Bronzing process used in the Paris Mint; Oxidized silver; Antique green
Fire-proof bronze upon copper and brass; Commercial bronzes; Bronze for plaster-of-Paris figures; Bronze powders; Copper-colored bronze powder; Moire metallique
Black bronze for brass (R. Wagner); Walker's chemical bronze; Blue bronze; Brown bronze; Gold bronze of great lustre on iron; Steel blue on brass; Black on brass; Red copper-bronze on white sheet tin and tinned articles; To give copper a durable lustre; New method of coloring metals
Graham's bronzing liquids for brass
Graham's bronzing liquids for copper and zinc; Dead-black on brass instruments; Substitute for gum-Arabic in manufacturing bronze colors; Preservation of bronze monuments
BUILDING MATERIALS, ARTIFICIAL BUILDING STONE, MORTARS, ETC.
Various formulae for artificial stone; Artificial building stone; Artificial building stone prepared with cork; Artificial stone from quartz sand and plumbic oxide; E. Schaffer's artificial stone (Elizabeth, N. J.); E. Westermeyer's artificial stone (Chicago, Ill.); F. Coignet's (Paris); A. Quesnot's (Bloomington, Ill.)
Artificial stones of J. Scbellinger, New York; Of J. Ordway, Jamaica Plains, New York; Of S. Sorel, of Paris; Of Adolph Ott, New York; "Victoria stone" (Highton's process); Eansome's artificial stone; Apcenite
Frear's artificial stone ; Building stones, pipes, etc.; Artificial millstones; Grindstones; New plastic water-proof grindstones; To imitate variegated marble; A. Garvey's, of Memphis, Tenn., "lithornarlite;" Artificial marble; Cement from blast furnace slag
Very hard and durable cement; To manufacture cement from blast furnace slag; To prepare white cement; To prepare artificial cement; To harden cement, lime, and similar materials; Oil cement paint for felt roofing; Requisites for good mortar
Hydraulic mortar from lime and alum shale; Bitumen mortar; Hydraulic mortar; Water-proof mortar; To prepare clay plaster; Plaster for damp walls; Treatment of asphaltum for paving purposes; Marbleizing sandstone repair worn-down sandstone steps; Concrete marble; To make wood almost incombustible; To dry damp walls; Lyons asphaltum
To make glass roofs water-tight; To preserve wood; Bricks, size and weight of; Making brick masonry impervious to water
COCOA AND CHOCOLATE.
Machines required for manufacture of chocolate
Receipts for ordinary and spiced chocolate
Receipts for fine Spanish spiced, for Vienna, Paris, Milan, Hygienic, and Iceland moss chocolates; Chocolate with meat extract; Iron chocolate; Chocolate with carbonate of iron ; Racahout des Arabes; Dr. Koeben's nourishing and healing powder
Vakaka indorurn; Palamaud or Palmgrne or allataim du harem; white chocolate
CELLULOID, CAOUTCHOUC, GUTTA-PERCHA, AND SIMILAR COMPOSITIONS.
Preparation of celluloid; Treatment of pyroxyline in the manufacture or plastic masses
How to work and treat celluloid; New celluloid; Manufacture of rubber stamps
To soften rubber hose after it has become hard ; Metalized caoutchouc; To remove stickiness from the surface of dried caoutchouc; Cement for vulcanized caoutchouc; Utilization of vulcanized caoutchouc waste; Guttapercha composition; To color caoutchouc and gutta-percha black or green; Solution of gutta-percha for shoemakers; Caoutchouc compositions for sharpening and polishing knives, etc.
Caoutchouc cements for glass; Cement for rubber shoes and boots; Guttapercha cements for glass, leather, and rubber combs; Elastic guttapercha and linseed oil cement; Gutta-percha cement for horses' hoofs; Substitute for caoutchouc
Substitute for gutta-percha; Compositions for ornaments, busts, toys, etc.; and for rollers of wringers and washing machines; Asbestos and rubber packing; Composition for billiard balls; and for picture frames; A masses for toys, vessels, etc., and for dolls' heads
Marmorin; New mass for hollow articles; Papier mache from flour; Fine pasteboard mass for moulding large figures; Composition for razor strops
CEMENTS, PASTES, AND PUTTIES.
To cement iron to iron; Mastic cement; Cement for steam-pipes, for glass retorts, and for porcelain; Water and fireproof cement for metal, porcelain, and earthenware
Cements for fastening metal letters upon glass, marble, wood, etc.; Cement for fastening iron articles in stone; Cement for stone troughs and wooden vats; Cement for repairing articles of sandstone; Davy's universal cement; Cements for joining leather driving belts, for fastening rubber upon metal, for aquaria, and for repairing defective places in castings
Cement for leather; Glycerine cement; Cement for petroleum lamps, for tortoise shell, for ivory and bone; Caseine cements; Chinese blood cement; Blood and ash cement
Jewellers' cement; Armenian glue; Cement for quickly closing leaky places in barrels; Cement for iron stoves; To prepare liquid glue; Liquid glue; Glues for labels, for fancy articles, fine leather goods, etc.; Water-proof glue for wooden utensils; Glue for ivory and bone; Glue for joining glass to wood; Diamond glue of the best quality
Chromium glue; Mouth glues; Lime putty and French putty for wood; Powdered wood, oil, and glue putties; Putty for floors of soft wood; Putty for floors which are to be scrubbed, and for floors which are to be lacquered
Paste for wall-paper; Paste for microscopic objects; Glycerine glue for microscopic preparations; Paste for postage stamps; Sugar and lime paste; Fluid paste; Dry pocket paste; Good cements for filling teeth
Cement for injured trees; German tree wax and grafting wax; Durable paste; Paste for fixing printed labels on machines; Safety pastes for post-office packages
CHEMICAL AND TECHNO CHEMICAL EXPEDIENTS, PREPARATIONS.
Johnson's process and apparatus for manufacturing potassium ferroeyanide; Phosphorescent (illuminating) powder; To thaw frozen ground
Artificial sandstone for filtering; To prepare tincture of litmus; New
method of extracting tannin
Process and apparatus for purifying water with a mixture of caustic magnesia or carbonate of magnesia and saw-dust; Caustic potash; Caustic soda; Pure chlorine gas; Chloride of zinc
Chloride of gold; To prepare pure oxalic acid; To prepare purified oleic acid; Cream of tartar; Lunar caustic; Pure acetic acid; Sulphocyanic acid; Molybdic acid from molybdenum di-sulphide
Potassium acetate; To prepare sulphate of copper; Liver of sulphur;Schiel's apparatus for testing the percentage of nicotine in tobacco;Wilson's process of preparing glycerine; To restore faded manuscripts
CLEANSING, POLISHING, AND RENOVATING AGENTS.
To remove ink stains from wood; Ink and rust stains from clothes; Mildew, wine, or fruit stains from silk or linen; Tar, grease, oil, and varnish from silk; Ink stains from silk; To remove wax from velvet; Grease stains from paper; Scouring water for removing grease stains; Le Francois scouring fluid; "Gantein" for cleansing gloves
To cleanse glasses and saucers; Longet's polishing powder for gold workers; To cleanse glass vessels; To cleanse manilla indigo; Toclennse files; To cleanse paint brushes from dried-in paint; To cleanse steel and iron from rust; To cleanse barrels; Polishing powder for glass and metal; To cleanse straw hats; Scouring soaps
To purify bisulphide of carbon; Polishing powder for plate glass, mirrors, etc.; Polishing rags and polislung paste for metals; Wabeck's polishing wax; Fine jewellers' rouge; To remove stains from books; To free paper from fatty substances
To cleanse gloves without wetting them; To cleanse tea and coffee trays, marble busts, alabaster, and precious stones; To cleanse and beautify old oak furniture; To cleanse brass and silver; Polishing powder for silverware, gold, etc.; Magnus' patent polish for slate
COLORED CHALKS, CRAYONS, PENCILS, AND INKS FOR MARKING LINEN, ETC.
Blue chalks; Colored crayons; Pencils for writing on glass, and for marking linen; Marking-ink for linen
New marking ink; Colored indelible inks; Blue stamp color
To prepare elaeosaccharum, or oil sugar; Malt and orange sugars; Pectoral troches
Pectoral, raspberry, carrot, cream, and malt bonbons; Cream walnuts; To prepare bonbons of caramel sugar with soft filling; Sweetmeats (conserves); Chocolate and orange sweetmeats
Orange blossom, rose, jasmine, carnation, vanilla, filbert, heliotrope, angelica, lemon, cinnamon, cherry, peppermint, and love sweetmeats
Sweet smelling and violet sweetmeats; Medicinal sweetmeats: Spoon-wort, water cress, antiscorbutic sweetmeats; Crenie du cafe; Creme du chocolade; Coated filberts; Boasted almonds and filberts; Coated
chestnuts; Candied cherries
Glazed almonds; Coated orange blossoms; Candied oranges; Peppermint drops; Punch drops; Lozenges; Spice for lozenges; Chinese, lemon, peppermint, ginger, and stomachic lozenges; Cherry marmalade
Tceland moss, isinglass, gelatine, buckhorn, sago, tapioca, and Irish moss jellies; Ground mass for crenie (Creme fondant); Red color for sweetmeats, jellies, etc.; Innoxious green color for candies; Receipts for preparing bandoline or Fixateur; baking powder
COPYING AND PRINTING.
A new method of copying engravings, drawings, and designs; Gelatinography; A cheap, quick, and simple process of duplicating drawingsby means of the printing press; Autographic method of printing; To duplicate writings and drawings; Printing in colors
To copy drawings in black lines on white ground; Cyanotype (blue prints); Almography; Poly graphic method
Jacobsen's callograph; The hektograph; Edison's electric pen; The cyclostyle
Genuine daruask; Imitation of damask; Damaskeening with gold or silver
DECORATION, ORNAMENTATION, ETC.
To gild glass
Gold for illuminating; To gild porcelain; To gild an ornamental frame; Applying the first coat; Preparation of gilding size; Applying the gilding size
Bright lustre; Dead lustre; Silvering; Silvering with a dead lustre; To silver wooden figures with bismuth; To gild and silver visiting cards; To gild or silver morocco paper; To gild cotton; Gilding and silvering on parchment and paper; Italian method of gilding wood
Burot's process of silvering and gilding silk, cotton, and woollen yarns; To make glass opaque or frosted; Ornamenting metal surfaces; Aubriat's new process of decorating glass
Artificial wood for ornamental purposes; Use of wood tar for architectural decorations; To produce ornaments from wood mass
To fasten leather ornaments, etc., upon metal; To decorate tin with copper plates and lithographs; Impressions of flowers on glass
DENTIFRICES AND MOUTH WASHES.
American tooth powder; Asiatic dentifrices; Cartwright's tooth powder; Deschamp's alkaline and acid tooth powders
Charcoal, Circassian, red, Hufeland's tooth powder; Paris tooth powder; Mouth wash for strengthening the teeth and gums; Mouth wash against toothache; Antiseptic mouth paste ; Kolbe's mouth wash; Hager's red
tooth powder and tooth paste; Quillaya dentifrice
DYEING WOOLLEN AND COTTON GOODS AND YARNS, SILK, STRAW HATS, FELT HATS, KID GLOVES, HORSEHAIR, ETC.
Cleansing old silk to be dyed
Dyeino silks of various colors; To dye woollen goods and yarns; Dark blue
Blue (dark fugitive color); Gens d'Armes blue on loose wool, yarns, and piece goods; Various shades of brown; Brown (sanders wood, fast); Chamois
Various shades of gray; Green; Olive and brownish olive; Lilac; Orange; Yellows
Cotton goods and yarns; To dye black, chocolate-brown, chamois, crimson; Gold color (cotton for fringes, etc.); Silver-gray; Dark green
Mineral green; Yellow; Chrome-yellow; To dye wool, silk, and cotton with aniline colors; Fuchsine on wool; Fuchsiue on silk (bluish shade); Fuchsine on cotton; Eosine on wool
Eosine on silk; Eosine on cotton; Scarlet and erythrosine on wool; Violet on wool; Violet on silk; Aniline blue (blue, light blue, and soluble blue); On wool and silk; On cotton; Alkali blue; For 100 pounds of wool; Light blue on cotton
China blue on cotton; Dahlia and primula; Methyl-violet; Methyl and emerald-green; Wool, silk, and cotton; Woollen yarn; Malachite green
Napthaline colors (ponceau, orange, and Bordeaux) on woollen yarn and piece goods; Composition of tin; To dye silk and cotton with napthaline colors ; Acetate of alumina fre? from lead; To dye felt hats with aniline colors; To dye felted fabrics with aniline colors
To dye mother-of-pearl with aniline colors; To dye straw and straw hats, black, chestnut-brown, silver-gray, and violet; To dye kid gloves; Morocco-red; Gray
To dye kid gloves orange-yellow; To dye horsehair black, blue, brown, and red; To dye imitation corals; Animalizing of hemp, jute, etc.; Mordants; Olivier's mixtures as substitutes for tartar in dyeing wool;
Huilard's substitute for tartar in dyeing wool black; Mordant for dark red on cottons; Mordant for light red on cottons
Mordants for scarlet, light scarlet, crimson, rose-red, fiery red, purple, and violet on cottons; Manner of preparing the mordants; Use of metallic sulphides as mordants in dyeing cottons with aniline colors; Practical directions for dyeing cotton yarn Turkey-red with alizarine
To prepare the so-called Turkey-red oil; English alizarin oil (Patent oil); A new dye
ELECTRO-PLATING, GALVANOPLASTY, GILDING, NICKELLING, SILVERING, TINNING, ETC.
Improvement in nickel plating (E. Weston, Newark, N. J.); Martin and Delamotte's process of nickel plating; Latest improvements in nickel plating (Powell, of Cincinnati, O.)
Receipts for ordinary nickel baths; American nickelling; Bath for iron, cast-iron, and steel; Bath for brass, copper, tin, Britannia metal, lead, zinc, and tinned sheet metal; Latest Anglo-American nickelling
Preparation of the metals to be nickelled ; To nickel iron without the use of electricity; Doumesnil's process of platinizing metal
Platinizing of metals ; To electroplate metals with cobalt; Plating with aluminium; Gilding copper by boiling Ill
To impart a more brilliant gold color to gilded or gold-plated articles; To silver articles of Bessemer steel; Adrielle's process of silvering metals; Piffard's galvanoplastic silvering; Silvering tincture; Cold silvering of copper
New process of making silvered telescopic mirrors; New process for silvering iron and steel (Pierre de Villiers, St. Leonards, England); Tinning of east-iron
To tin cooking utensils; Cold tinning; New process of galvanizing iron; Gourlier's salt mixtures for galvanic coppering, bronzing, etc.; Coating of brass; Bronzing wrought and cast-iron; To coat wire with brass
Coppering bath for wrought and cast-iron or steel articles; Simple fire-plating for iron; Method and apparatus for preparing paper matrices for stereotype plates; Composition for moulds for galvanoplastic deposits; Elastic moulds for galvanoplastic copies in very high relief
ENAMELS AND ENAMELLING.
To enamel cast-iron utensils
Enamel for sheet-iron vessels; To enamel iron; To enamel copper cooking utensils; Process of enamelling cast-iron; To enamel and cement metals and other substances
Enamel for watch dials; Colored enamels; Preparation of fluxes; Blue, brown, reddish-brown, Vandyke-brown, yellow, orange, green, dark red, pale red, and black enamels
Very beautiful black enamel for inlaying and ground; Black enamel for painting and mixing with other colors; Opaque white enamel; Glass enamel for iron; Niello
FEATHERS, OSTRICH, MARABOUTS, ETC., HOW TO WASH, RESTORE AND DYE.
Description of feathers, plumes, and marabouts
To wash feathers and marabouts; To bleach feathers; To restore crushed and bent feathers; To dye feathers; To dye feathers black
To dye feathers black, brown, and puce colors
To dye feathers blue; To dye with indigo red, Bleu de France, crimson, and ruby-red; Rose-colors; Yellow; Garnet-brown; Gray
Green; Chestnut-brown; Lilac; Orange; Ruby-red; Violet; To dye feathers with aniline colors; Rose-color; Reddish-blue; Greenish-blue; Genuine alkali (Nicholson's) blue; Green; Orange; Puce; Bronze lustre
FIRE-EXTINGUISHING AGENTS AND MEANS OF MAKING TISSUES, WOOD, ETC., INCOMBUSTIBLE.
Munich fire-extinguishing powder; Vienna fire-extinguishing powder; Fluids for making tissues incombustible; To make tissues incombustible (Prize process of J. A. Martin, Paris, France)
For all light tissues; For painted decorations and wood; For coarse linen, ropes, straw, and wood; Cartridges for extinguishing fire; To make paper incombustible; To make theatre scenes, wood, etc., incombustible; Bucher's fire-extinguishing powder; Hand-grenades
Quick matches; White fire; Mohr's white fire; White fire for theatres; Greenish-white fire; Bluish-white fire
Red fire; Braunschweiger's red fire; Holtz's red fire; Red fire mixtures; Purple fire; Rose-red light; Red-orange fire; Dark-violet, pale-violet, and blue fires
Dark blue and pale-blue fires; Blue fire with a bluish-green flame; Green fire; Green fire according to Braunschweiger; Other receipts for green fire; Pale-green fire ; Dark-green fire; Yellow fire; Other colored fire-works; White, red, green, and blue stars
Bluish-green, yellowish-green, and yellow stars; White, red, green, blue, bluish-green, and yellow candles; Japanese matches; Prof. Bottger's imitation of Japanese matches; Fireworks for use in rooms according to Perron; Pharaoh's serpents
Harmless substitute for Pharaoh's serpents
FOOD AND FOOD PREPARATIONS.
Soup extract; Meat flour; Pressed feed for horses; Strengthening foods known as "Dictamia" and "Palamoud;" Soup tablets; Stilton cheese as prepared in England; Honey from beets and carrots
To prepare potato flour for soups; Meat biscuit; Apparatus and method for preparing a substitute for coffee; Bread for horse-feed; Pudding powders (vanilla); Almond and chocolate puddings; Manufacture of
Margarine; Mege's process for oleomargarine
Other processes for oleomargarine; Tables of the composition of the best-known milk foods for children; Condensed milk; Infants' food
Receipts for Vienna economical butters; Ambrosia; Hydroleine
Freezing salt; Other mixtures
FRUIT AND OTHER SYRUPS.
American syrups for mineral waters and lemonades; Receipts for lemon syrups; Mulberry, vanilla, vanilla cream, and cream syrups; Ginger, pineapple, strawberry, peach, raspberry, currant, cherry, and orange syrups; Sherbet, nectar, coffee, and wintergreen syrups
Maple syrup; Chocolate syrups; White or red wine syrup; Coffee cream syrup; Solferino syrup; Ambrosia syrup; Orgeat syrup; Milk punch syrup; Champagne syrup; Sherry cobbler syrup; Orange-flower syrup; Cinnamon syrup; Ginger beer syrup; How to clarify sugar syrups; Marshmallow, balsam, and barberry syrups
Blackberry, lemon, camomile, manna, rhubarb, saffron, senna, Seneca root, licorice, violet, cinnamon, egg, and cochineal syrups; Syrup of ferrous nitrate
FUEL AND HEATING. HEAT INSULATION (NON-CONDUCTING COVERINGS).
Necker's kindling compound; Economical fuel; Fuel from coal and rosin; King's patent fuel; Coal-dust fuel (Loiseau's patent); Blair's patent fuel; Infusorial earth for insulating steam-pipes; Heat-insulating
coverings for steam-pipes, etc
FUSIBLE COLORS USED IN PORCELAIN PAINTING.
Brianchon's peculiar process of painting glass, porcelain, etc.; Preparing the flux; Ador and Abbadie's zinciferous metallic colors; Solution of zinc salt
Bronze color; Chamois color (leather yellow); Gray, green, rose-red, golden yellow, Roman yellow, and yellowish-green colors; Othercolors; Black (cobalt and manganese); Black (iridium); Black (re-fractory); Blue (azure); Blue (dark); Blue (shading); Blue (Turkish); Bluish-green
Bluish-red; Brown (Bistre); Brown (dark); Brown (pale); Brown (sepia); Brownish-red; Chamois; Flesh color; Gray (chrome); Gray (iridium); Green (dark); Green (grass); Green (shading)
Lustre colors; Gold; Orange-red; Orange; Prismatic colors; Purple (dark); Purple (pale)
Purple (rose-red); Yellow (dark); Yellow (lemon color); Yellow (pale); Yellow (uranium); Yellowish-red; Yellow for figures and landscapes; Yellow for landscapes; White (covering)
GLASS. COMPOSITION OF THE VARIOUS KINDS OF, COLORS FOR, AND PROCESSES FOR ENAMELLING, ENGRAVING, GILDING, SILVERING, PULVERIZING, FILING, BENDING, ETC.
Dark-green bottle glass
Jahkel's glass for champagne bottles; Elli's cryolite glass; Bohemian crystal glass (free from lead); Plate glass of the mirror manufactory at Aix la Chapelle; French mirror glass; Belgian, Bohemian, English, French, and Prussian window glass; Stein's receipts for compositions of glass as actually used in various glass works; Potash crystal glass; Bohemian mirror glass; Bohemian chalk glass (ground glass, white concave glass); Bohemian window glass; French mirror glass; French soda glass
White soda window glass; Semi-white potash window glass; Bottle glass Lead crystal glass; Crown glass (Bontemp); Crown glass (Guinaud); Flint glass; Flint glass (Bontemp); Compositions for strass (according to; cult-Wieland)
Compositions for opaque glass; Tin enamel; Arsenical enamel; Bone glass; Opal glass; Alabaster glass; Compositions for colored glass; Aventurine glass (according to Clemandot); Blue glass; Sapphire-blue; Azure-blue; Golden topaz glass; Green glass
Hyalite glass; Orange glass; Red glass; Red with copper; Red with gold; Turquoise glass; Violet glass; Yellow glass; New combination of materials for the production of glass; Iridescent glass; Engraving on glass; Colored designs upon glass; Glass engraving
To pulverize glass; To bend glass tubes
GLAZES FOR EARTHENWARE.
Glazing for common earthenware; English glaze for earthenware; Glazes free from lead for earthenware; New glazing free from lead for kitchen utensils; Very fine composition for white glaze (Feilmer's of Berlin)
White glazes; To give earthenware or porcelain a marbled or granite appearance
GLASS AND OTHER SIGNS.
To etch glass (fine and coarse grained); Gilding glass
Silvering on glass; Gilding on show windows; Correcting the isinglass mixture; Backing the inscription on show windows; Backing glass signs without shades; Backing glass signs with shades; With mother-of-pearl insertions; Mother-of-pearl insertions; Backing with tin-foil; Transparent glass sign (Child's American patent); Sign-painting Japan gold size
GLUE, MANUFACTURE OF.
The raw material; Steeping the stock in lime
Glue boiling; Boiling with wet waste; Boiling with dry waste
Clarifying the glue; To color the glue yellow; To whiten the glue; Pouring into the boxes (moulds)
Taking the glue from the moulds; Ruthay's new process of making glue from waste of hides and skins in tanneries; Glue from waste of tanned leather
Maclagan's apparatus and process for manufacturing glue and gelatine; Extracting the gelatine
To make gelatine from glue; Liquid steam-glue; Heller's steam-glue; Cold liquid glue; To prepare excellent glue which will hold in water; Good furniture glue; Glue for books; Glue resisting wet and moisture; New liquid glue; Bone glue
Dupasquier's process of preparing bone glue as a substitute for isinglass; Selecting and bleaching the bones; Comminuting the bones; Immersing the comminuted bones in hydrochloric acid
Bleaching; Pouring the gelatine into moulds; Isinglass (fish glue); Printers' rollers from glue and glycerine; Birdlime
HOUSEHOLD AND RURAL ECONOMY.
How to construct a table fountain; Pine leaves or "needles" as a substitute for hair, feathers, etc.; To keep milk from souring; Mass for artificial flowers and fruits; Simple process for preparing potato flour; Roasted malt as a substitute for coffee; Lemonade powder; Champagne powder; Champagne mixture
Currant champagne; English champagne; Fruit champagne; Fruit wines; Apple wine (cider, English process; Cider (Normandy process); Apple champagne (champagne cider); Birch wine; Blackberry wine
Cherry, currant, damson, elderberry, ginger, honey, and orange wines; Orange wine with lemon; Raisin wine
Raspberry wine; Remedy for warts; Remedy for chilblains; Remedy for corns; Ginger beer; English ginger beer; Spruce beer; English spruce beer; Root beer
To prepare fly paper; Fly paper free from poison; Persian insect powder; To destroy insects and worms infesting wall paper, etc.; To preserve animal skins; To preserve stuffed animals; To destroy insects infesting herbaria and collections of insects; To protect woollen goods and furs; Hager's mixtures for preserving cloth and furs
Receipts for destroying moths; For the destruction of bed-bugs and other insects; For the "destruction of fleas on dogs, horses, and cattle; To destroy cockroaches, mosquitoes, and gnats; To drive away ants from
closets, etc.; To drive rats away from a building; Phosphorous paste for destroying rats and mice; To destroy field-rats and mice; London purple for the destruction of insects (Prof. C. V. Riley); Hager's universal composition for the destruction of vermin
For the destruction of phylloxera (vine grub); Simple disinfectant; Disinfecting powder of Max Friedrich
Efficacious disinfectants; To cleanse lacquered and stained articles of wood; To cut and pierce rubber corks; To protect stone and brick walls from moisture; Rosin as a protection against moisture in walls; To prevent rust on iron; To prevent wooden posts from rotting; Excellent wash for wood and stone
Brilliant whitewash closely resembling paint; Utilization of chicken feathers; Preservation of wooden labels; Collodion for plant slips; To destroy stumps of trees; To prepare beef tea
To disguise the taste of cod-liver oil; Remedy for hoarseness; Extract of elder blossoms; Belladonna ointment; Cantharides ointment; Compound chloride of sulphur ointment; Compound lead ointment; Creosote ointment; Elderberry ointment; Elemi ointment; Gall-nut ointment; Hemlock ointment; Iodide of lead ointment; Iodide of mercury ointment; Iodide of potassium ointment; Iodide of sulphur ointment; Lead ointments; Litharge ointment; Prussian lead ointment; Saxon lead ointment
White lead ointment; Lead cerate; Mercury ointment; Opium ointment; Pitch ointment; Savin ointment; Spermaceti ointment; Sulphur ointments; Tar ointment; Tartar emetic ointment; Zinc ointment; Ammonia liniment; Camphor liniment; Compound camphor liniment; Lime liniment; Opium liniment; Soap liniment; Turpentine liniment; Verdigris liniment; Betton's celebrated cattle liniment (critical oil); Turkish balsam for fresh wounds
To soften hard water; To keep tallow and lard from becoming rancid; To purify rancid butter; To purify rancid fat; Dougal's powder for purifying the air in stables; To remove foul air from wells; To keep ice without an ice-house
To keep fruits in ice-houses; Substitute for coffee; To preserve canvas, cordage, etc.; Stove-polishing compound; Wiggen's process of purifying lard and tallow; Manure salt from urine; Solution of guano for
flowers; Substitute for guano; Manure from coal ashes; Manure for turnips, rutabagas, etc.; Stockhard's manure mixture for vegetable gardens; Manure powder from blood; Manure from waste animal substances
Incombustible wicks; Metallic wicks; Material for preparing incombustible torches; Gas from cork; Naphtha ether, a new illuminating material; Air-tight and flexible tissue for dry gas-meters To detect a leak in a gas-pipe; Improvement in dry meters; Apparatus for manufacturing illuminating gas from ligroin and air by the cold method; Purification of illuminating gas; Preparation of wicks for stearine candles; "Melanyl" candles; To coat tallow candles with a hard substance which will not crack
To color paraffine, wax, stearic acid, etc., black ; Coloring tallow; June-mann's process of producing white and hard tallow candles burning with a large flame and consuming the wick
Fabrication of stearine candles without the use of presses and other ex-pensive machinery; New automatic gas lighter
IMITATIONS, SUBSTITUTES, ETC.
Artificial leather for lithographers' rollers; Vegetable ivory; Substitute for horn, hard rubber, ivory, etc.; Vegetaline; Substitute for linseed oil and oil of turpentine in preparing paints; Substitute for bristles; Artificial chalk; Artificial leather (Karchesky, Belleville, N. J.)
Artificial leather (Stierlin's German and French patent); Artificial wool; Substitute for meerschaum, ivory, etc.
Porous substance as a substitute for felt, for trays, for beer glasses; Substitute for cast-iron, stone, clay, and cement; To make heels of boots and shoes, buttons, etc., from pulverized leather; Hall's substitute for leather; Preparation of leather cloth; Micoud's artificial leather
Artificial slating for blackboards and school slates; Artificial ebony; Leather, soap, and glue, from sea-weed (algae); Transparent sea-weed leather; Opaque sea-weed leather; Sea-weed soap; Sea- weed glue, substitute for animal glue; Artificial stone for sharpening lead and slate pencils; To convert ordinary agate into onyx
Substitute for opaque window glass (Chardon); Porous substance as a substitute for blotters; Flexible mirrors; Artificial whalebone for umbrella and parasol ribs, busks for corsets, etc.; Buffalo skin as a substitute for horn(Rohn); Substitute for tinfoil; Zeiodelite; Imitations of mother-of-pearl and marble with glue
Preparation of the plates, and of the glue solution; Imitation of mother-of-pearl veneers
Pouring the colored glue solutions upon the plates
Transferring the layer of glue to a layer of gelatine; Drying and detaching the veneers; To make gelatine foils
Sorel's substitutes for gutta-percha and caoutchouc; To give a pearl lustre to various articles; Substitute for slate; Bertolio's substitute for meer-schaum
To prepare ratan to be used in the manufacture of corsets; Composition for cane heads, gun and pistol stocks, etc.; Soren Sorensen's imitationsof leather; For soles, heels, and insoles; Imitation of marble for plastic ornaments and picture frames; To dye hard-nut shell buttons, coal black, and brown
To dye hard-nut shell buttons, dark brown, gray and fancy colors, olive colors; For coloring with aniline colors; Blue, red, scarlet, and green
INDIGO, INDIGOTINE, AND ALIZARINE.
Crystallized indigo; Indigo carmine; Acetate of indigo
Indigo- violet; Indigo-carmine in the form of extract; Kopp's process of gaining indigotine and alizarine; The apparatus
The operation; Artificial alizarine; Coloring artificial alizarine, dark red and rose color
Inspissation for red; Aluminium acetate; Aluminium hydrate; Solution of calcium acetate of 16 B.; Printing colors for red and violet articles by using a paste containing 10 per cent, of dry dye-stuff, very dark red; Aluminium nitrate; Another red without oil; Violet printing color; Violet inspissation; Geitner's alizarine liquor
INKS, LITHOGRAPHIC, PRINTING, AND WRITING.
To make a good printing ink
Description and illustration of apparatus for making printing ink
Receipts for printing inks
Printing ink from coal-tar; Thick printers' varnish with coal-tar varnish oil; Fine printers' ink with coal-tar varnish oil; Black printing colors patented in Germany; New process of preparing printing inks; Printing and stamping ink containing iron; Bronze color for direct printing upon paper, oil-cloth, etc.
Black printing ink which may also be used as etching ground; Preparation of tannin black, and its use for printing ink and other purposes; Lithographic inks
Autographic ink; Lithographic printing ink; English lithographic ink; Writing inks
Indestructible inks according to Traille, P. A. Gaffard, of Paris, and Stark; Stark's patent copying ink; Bottger's copying ink
Solid inks (ink powders and ink stones); Karmarsch's black ink; Reid's black ink; Lipowitz's process of preparing black ink; Brand's black ink; Booth's excellent black ink; Van Moos' good black ink; Geissler's black ink; Jah n's black ink
Lewis' black ink; lire's black ink; Schmidt's ink for steel pens; Runge's ink for steel pens; Haenle's ink which does not corrode steel pens
English inks; Duncan, Clockhart & Co.'s, of Edinburgh, celebrated bluish-black inks; Ink for steel pens; Vanadium ink (Berzeli us' receipt); Alizarine ink; Eisner's alizarine ink; Dubell's alizarine ink
Winternitz's alizarine inks; Receipt with oxalic acid; Copying inks; Beau's French copying ink; Black copying inks
Alkaline copying ink; Aniline inks of various colors; Indestructible or permanent inks; Indestructible inks according toBosse, Kindt, Bossin, and Braconnot; Excellent blue ink
Red inks; Carmine ink ; Winckler's durable red ink; Violet inks; Violet copying and violet writing inks; Encre violette de Rouen; Solid inks (cakes and powders); Platzer's ink powder; Ink powder in capsules (G. J. Colling Brooklyn, N. Y.); Ink cake
Marking ink; Ink for writing on glass; Indestructible ink for writing on glass; Red and black ink, not acted upon by acids, for marking glass and metal labels; Stamping ink; Sympathetic ink; Incombustible ink
and paper; Indestructible ink for stamping cotton and woollen goods which are to be bleached with chlorine; Changing writing executed with pale ink immediately into black
Colored sands; Brush for marking boxes, etc.; Chemical test of written documents (Wm. Thompson's, Manchester, Eng.); Printers' rollers
Turnbull's blue foil; Green, red, and yellow foils; To prepare a'crimson fluid for Dutch gold or paper; Yellow fluid for foils; Green fluid for Dutch gold; Process of producing cameos
LACQUERS AND VARNISHES.
Manufacture of fat copal varnish (Violette)
Illustrations of apparatus for manufacturing varnish
Spirit lacquers; Iron lacquers; Clarifying varnish; Filtering varnishes
Spirit gold-lac varnishes; Gold-lac varnish with shellac and other resins; Gold varnish without lac; Gold-lac varnishes with oil of turpentine and oil of lavender, with and without linseed-oil varnish
Walton's process of preparing linseed-oil varnish; Several universal furniture varnishes; Balloon varnish
Copal varnish with spirit of sal-ammoniac; Chinese varnish; Incombustible varnish for wood; Varnish for wood not acted upon by boiling water; Varnish for earthenware vessels; Japanese transparent lac varnish; Japanese black lac varnishes; Varnish for fans, fancy boxes, etc.; Varnish for umbrellas; Black varnish for tinsmiths; Gold varnish on iron; Pitch varnish for buildings
Spirit varnish for violins and other musical instruments; Black varnish for zinc; Parisian wood varnish; Furniture varnish; To lacquer flowers; White unchangeable lacquer for leather; To polish carved work
French polish; Parisian bronze lacquer; Black polish on iron and steel; A new varnish (German patent); Parisian bookbinders' lacquer; Excellent glass-like varnish; Varnish for wood naturally colored or stained; Colorless varnish; French leather lacquer
Cheap lacquer for harness and carriage tops; Lacquer for drawings; Transparent lacquer for closing bottles; Tar varnish; Polishing of wood; Elastic Jacquer; Black harness lacquer; Parchment fluid; To provide bars of spring steel with a coating not acted upon by acids, alkalis, chlorine, and steam; Aluminium palmitate and its uses in different branches of industry
New method of preparing fat lacquer and varnish, patented in Germany by Zimmermann and Holtzwich; Light copal varnish with coal-tar varnish oil; Light Parisian varnish with coal-tar varnish oil; Light
varnish for lacquering photographic negatives; English method of varnishing coaches; Pumicing
Puttying, saturating the panels with oil; Laying on the ground; Pumicing the ground; Laying on the paint; First, second, and third pumicings of the paint; Laying on the lac varnish
Polishing the lacquer; Ordinary body-carriage lacquer; Quick-drying body copal varnish; Neil's carriage lacquers
LEATHER, TANNING AND DYEING, INCLUDING FURS, ETC.
New tanning process; Quick tanning process; Manufacture of calf-kid in Philadelphia
To depilate hides; Curriers' black gloss; Heating the liquor in tanning; Heinzerling's quick method of tanning Boegel's process of quick tanning; Jungschlager's process of quick tanning; New process of depilating hides; To prepare transparent leather; To preserve and water-proof skins
To prepare calf leather with a white flesh-side smooth as a mirror; To preserve the yelks of eggs used in tawing glove leather; To preserve hair in a tannery; To improve hides and skins; Dyeing leather; Azure
on tawed white leather; Black on leather; Blue on leather; Red on morocco; Saffron-yellow on leather; Dyeing of chamois skins; Black, green, gray, tan, yellow, and yellowish-brown; Dyes for ordinary tawed leather; Blue, camel-brown, chestnut-brown
Coffee-brown, flesh color, garnet, green, lilac, olive-green, orange, rose color, soarlet, violet, and dark and pale yellow; Dyes for kid leather, azure, black, brown, English gray, French green
Gray, gray-brown, gray-green, gray stone color, green stone color, light and dark green, olive and orange-brown, orange-red, pensee, or violet-blue, silver gray, straw color; Apparatus and process for dyeing and patterning animal skins; To dye rabbit skins black; To dye sheep skins brown
Process of dyeing naturally white skins, or skins with naturally white points, various shades of brown, leaving the points white; Imitation of sable skins; To protect furs against moths; To tan linen, hempen, and cotton fabrics; To give leather the smell of Russia leather
LIQUORS AND BEVERAGES: BEER, BRANDY, GIN, WHISKEY, WINES, ETC.
Beer brewing; Fabrication of malt; Steeping; Germinating (couching) Kiln-drying; Preparation of the liquor containing the dextrine and sugar (mashing)
Boiling the wort with hops; Cooling; Fermentation; Improved brewing process; New brewing process; Clarifying beer; Flaxseed pulp for clarifying beer
Brewers' pitch; Brown brewers' pitch; Hop pitch; Glaze for beer barrels; Glaze of Prof. Artetnus; Testing beer for foreign bitter substances; Pure beer
Acid mixtures; Petroleum-ether; Benzole; Chloroform; Ammoniacal shakings; Beer wort; Wormwood; Benzole and chloroform; Marsh rosemary (sedum palustre); Bog beau; Marsh trefoil; Quassia; Colchicum seeds
Indian berries (cocculi Indici), petroleum ether, and benzole; Colocynths; Willow bark; Strychnine; Atropin; Hyoscyamin; Aloes
Gentian root; Determination of glycerine in dark and light beers; Alcohol and compressed yeast from uncrushed cereals without the nse of steam-pressure; To convert alcohol of 70 per cent, into per cent, in
the cold way; To purify alcohol obtained from beets and molasses
To purify alcohol; To prepare absolute alcohol; Manufacture of cognac; Artificial cognacs; Du'ch method of distilling and manufacture of compressed (dry) yeast
Mashing; Setting (Anstellen)
Clarifying the wash; Receipt for Holland gin; Rum (Fagon rum); To destroy fusil oil (amyl alcohol)
To purify alcohol and liquors; To remove the taste of the barrel from whiskey; Wines; Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne; Artificial Champagnes; Champagne liqueur; Chandon et Moet (green seal); Louis' Roderer (green and bronze seal); Heidesick et cie (sealed with tinfoil)
Lemberg Geldermann et Deittz (sealed with tinfoil); Schneider; Fleur de Sillery; Jacquesson et fils; Madeira; Malaga; Essence de Goudron; Port wine; To improve wine must; Remedy for ropiness or viscidity of
wines; To remove the taste of the barrel from wine
LUBRICANTS FOR MACHINES, WAGONS, ETC.
Adhesive grease for machine belts; Grease for water-proofing leather
To make kid leather soft; Lubricant for industrial purposes; Pulverulent lubricant for axles, etc.; Doulon's caoutchouc lubricant; Patent wagon-grease from rosin oil soap; Blue patent grease; Yellow patent grease; Black patent grease; Patent palm-oil wagon grease; Lubricant from paraffine residues; Consistent machine oil
Lubricant for belts; French's machine grease; Lubricant for car axles; Belgian wagon grease; Excellent carriage grease; Lubricant from oil residues; Pyroleine (lubricant for machinery); Thinly fluid pyroleine; Thickly fluid pyroleine
Metalline; New lubricant for machines from sea-weed (solid and liquid); Lubricating oil for astronomical instruments; Vulcan oil, for; spindles, for carding machines, for hydraulic motors; Machine oil from coal-tar varnish oil; Lubricant for carriages from coal-tar varnish oil; Persoz's patent wagon grease
Oil for watchmakers; Very fine lubricant for clocks and watches; To test the fitness of oils for lubricating watches and clocks
Hard marine glue; Elastic marine glue; Marine glue for damp walls
Swedish matches ; Striking surface of Swedish matches; Matches without sulphur; Inflammable compounds (Schwarz); Inflammable compound without phosphorus; Parlor matches; Colored parlor matches
Anti-phosphorus matches; Matches inextinguishable by the wind; Matches without phosphorus; Amorces d'Allumettes; Nickle's process of preparing an amorphous phosphorus from the ordinary article
To harden cast-iron; To give iron articles a brilliant lustre and silvery appearance; To restore burnt cast-steel; To make steel so soft that it can be worked like copper; Welding steel to cast-iron; Hardening and welding compounds; Hardening compound; Welding compound for welding wrought-iron to wrought-iron; Welding compound to weld steel to wrought-iron at a red heat; To weld wrought-iron to wroughtiron at a white heat
Hardening compound to make wrought-iron very hard; Welding cast-steel; To harden files and other steel instruments; To re-sharpen files
Dr. Hartmann's hardening compound for thin steel; New process of hardening gun-barrels; To harden steel in sealing-wax; Hardening water; Poncelet's fluids for hardening steel articles; New case-hardening compound; To obtain smooth castings; To harden saws and springs
To convert iron into steel (J. H. Wilson, of Liverpool); Hard silver; Malleable brass; Very tenacious brass; Steel wire for musical instruments (Webster & Horsfall); To weld copper; New process of preparing malleable nickel
To obtain dense and flexible copper castings; To obtain copper steel; Silicium; To protect lead pipes; To protect iron from rust; To protect lightning-rods, metal roofs, etc., from rust; To protect, iron, and steel from rust
Cleaning guns with petroleum; To protect wrought-iron bridges from rust; Staining metals; Blue stain on iron and steel; Gray on steel and iron
Black; To stain iron, gun-barrels, etc., brown; English process of staining gun-barrels brown, light brown, and light yellowish-brown; Lacquering of sheet metal; Glazing
Glazing: Green, yellow, blue, chamois, red-brown; White lac color; Lilac or violet; Black lacquer; Blue or steel glaze; Red glaze
To prepare ordinary mustard; Frankfort and wine mustards; Lenormand's method of preparing mustard
Moutardede Maille; Moutarde & la Ravigotte; Sour Diisseldorf mustard; Soye's method of preparing mustard; Aromatic and English mustards; Black and compound mustard powders; Compound English mustard powder; Compound black mustard powder; Very fine table-mustard
OILS AND FATS ANIMAL, VEGETABLE, AND MINERAL.
Purification of mineral oils; Uses of the residues in the manufacture of shale oil; French process of cleansing vegetable fat oils; Manufacture of castor oil
(Brosius & Co.); Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s process
Manufacture of neat's-footoil; To prepare Chinese drying oil; To solidify petroleum and other mineral oils; Rosin oil and its uses
To prepare pure naphthaline; Vaseline or cosmoline
New process of purifying paraffine; To purify and bleach fat of bones extracted with benzine, and make it available for the manufacture of soap; Process of gaining glycerine
Corn oil from corn mash; Oil from acid tar; To refine cotton-seed oil; To purify train oil; To purify illuminating oil; To purify turoffer or impure poppy-seed oil; To purify animal oils
Bottger's simple process of making commercial petroleum clear as water without distillation; Oil from sunflower seed; Macassar oil; To prepare oil used in pumicing wood; Cowper's process of deodorizing coal-tar, rosin oil, etc.; To detect rape-seed oil and all oils derived from cruciferas; To detect rape-seed oil in other fat oils
Preparation and uses of paraffine
Belmontine and Sherwood oil; A new oil from California; To distinguish light oils from crude petroleum from light tar oils
Practical purification of crude, heavy wood-tar oil and preparation of crude wood-tar creosote; Separating and purifying fats
To remove sulphuric acid and sulphur adhering to mineral oils after refining (Perutz); Coal-tar varnish oil; Process of producing heavy coal-tar oil in England
Manufacture of yellow shoemakers' wax from purified coal-tar oils; Manufacture of blacksmiths' pitch from coal-tar; Testing oils (Maumene)
OIL-PAINTINGS : How TO CLEANSE, PACK, AND VARNISH THEM, AND TO RESTORE GILT WORK.
To cleanse oil-paintings
Action of water, olive oil, or butter: Wood-ash, potash, soap, spirit of wine, oil of turpentine, oil of lemon, and oils of lavender and rosemary, upon paintings
To remove a painting from the old canvas and transfer it to a new; How to pack oil-paintings for transportation; To paste an oil-painting on wood; To cleanse beef-gall to be used as a varnish on paintings; Cleansing and lacquering of oil-paintings
To cleanse and renovate the gold and framework of old altars; For cleansing the framework from dirt; To repair lustre gilding on altars; To restore silver on altars and tabernacles
PAINTS AND PIGMENTS. GRINDING AND MIXING COLORS. GRAINING. IMITATION OF MARBLES. PAINTS AND WASHES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES, ETC.
Grinding colors; Brushes
Graining oak, mahogany, and rosewood
Satinwood, maple, and walnut; Imitation of marble; Green marble; Dove-colored marble; Receipts for colors, American green, apple-green, aurora, azure-blue, blue (cornflower), bluish-white, Bremen green,
chamois, cherry-red, chestnut-brown, crimson, enamel-white, flax-gray, golden-yellow, beautiful golden-yellow, grass-green, hazel-yellow, jonquil, and lemon color
Light-gray, lilac, mahogany, oak, olive-green, sea-green, silver-gray, straw, sulphur, violet dark, medium, light, very light, bluish and walnut dark, light, and very light colors; Paints for various purposes; Flexible paint; New paint for floors, stone, wood, and brick work; Water-proof paint; Paint suitable for vessels, submarine work, etc
Cheap and durable paint for brick work; To prepare a zinc wash for rooms; Durable paint for tin roofs; White paint for metallic surfaces: Green paint for articles exposed to the action of the weather, such as doors, shutters, etc.; Universal paint; Paint for outside walls; Paint which resists all moisture, for wood or stone; Cheap white paint for outside work; Red wash for brick floors and pavements; To prevent
disintegration in stone work
For marble; For sandstone; To make sail-cloth pliable, durable, and water-proof; Swedish paint for wood work; Paint for constructions of iron; Parafline paint; Quickly drying oil-paint; Paint for roofs; Paint
on wood exposed to the action of the weather
Water-proof paint for metal; Coating for blackboards; To protect the bottoms of ships and other articles under water; Dryer for oil colors and varnish; To prepare dryers; Patent dryer; Dryer for zinc paint; Drying oil; To paint tiles red; Pigments; Black; Lampblack
Frankfort black; Carbon from peach stones; Ivory black; Brunswick black; Black from coal ashes and blood; Berlin blue; Mountain blue; Ultramarine (artificial); Robiquet's artificial ultramarine
Carmine; Carmine lake; Florentine lake; Green borate of copper for oil and porcelain painting; Chrome-green; Chrome-green for painting; Innoxious green color; Mineral green; Neuwied green; Paris green or Scheele's green; Schweinfurth green as made in Schweinfurth
Verdigris; Indigo carmine; Chrome-red; Cassel yellow; American chrome-yellow
Baltimore chrome-yellow; French chrome-yellow (Spooner's); Paris chrome-yellow; Naples yellow (various shades); Patent yellow; Van- dyke red; Innoxious colors for painting toys
Colors which, on account of the poisonous qualities, should not be used for painting toys or in coloring articles of food; Artists' colors and for restoring pictures; Kremnitz or Venetian white; Light and dark ochres
Light and dark burnt ochres; Sienna; Burnt sienna; Umber; Cologne earth; Ivory black; Parisian blue; Cinnabar; Naples yellow; Fine Vienna lake; Minium; Ultramarine; Verona earth; Cobalt blue and brown Munich lake; Water colors; Deep black; Blue; Indigo blue Green; Red; Violet blue; Yellow; White; Sap red
Painting with sympathetic colors; Preparation of the colors used Purple and rose red; Yellow, Green, and blue; Painters' cream
PAPER AND PAPER MATERIALS, MANUFACTURE, STAINING, ETC., GLASS, SAND, AND EMERY PAPER.
Preparation of the different kinds of straw used in the manufacture of paper
Corn leaves and stalks; Oats, barley, wheat, and rye straws; Process of gaining fibrous substances from different plants; Transformation of woolly fibre; Paper for documents, checks, etc.; Improved cigarette
paper; Safety paper (to prevent erasures)
Cork paper (H. Felt & Co. patent); Wrapping paper for silverware; Preparation of parchment paper; Water-proof paper; Peterson's water-proof paper; Carbolic acid paper
Two new varieties of preserving paper; Plastic pasteboard for surgical bandages; Preparation of tracing paper, tracing linen, and transparent packing paper; Photo-lithographic transfer paper and transfer- color belonging to it; Writing, copying, and drawing paper which can be washed; Tracing paper; Transfer paper; Tar paper
To prepare leather waste for use in the manufacture of paper; Iridescent paper; Colored paper for tying up bottles; Pouget-Maisonneuve's electro-chemical telegraph paper; Amianthus paper; To water-proof
cylinders of pasteboard; To produce enamelled writing surfaces on pasteboard and paper; Imitation of mother-of-pearl on paper
To make paper transparent; Emery paper (Edwards' apparatus); Water-proof emery paper
Stains in coloring paper for artificial flowers; Stains for glazed papers
Stains for morocco papers; Stains for satin papers
How to split a sheet of paper
PERFUMERY, AROMATIC VINEGARS, COSMETICS, EXTRACTS, HAIR OILS, POMADES, POWDERS, WASHES, FUMIGATING ARTICLES, ETC.
Extraction of perfume from flowers; Manufacture of perfumery; Eau des Alpes; Eau de Cologne (Otto's, Thillaye's, and Wagner's); Eau de lavande ambra; Eau de Paris; Empress Eugenie's nosegay; Esprit de patchouli; Esprit de rose triple; Esprit de toilet Francaise
Ess. bouquet; Extrait violet; Extract of iris; Jockey club; Heliotrope; Millefleur; Moss rose and musk extracts; New garden nosegay; New mown hay, Styrax, Tonka bean, and vanilla extracts
Victoria extract; West End and white rose bouquets; Ylang-ylang; Ambergris, Aromatic, Clover, Jasmine, Lavender, Musk, Orange-blossorn, Rose, and toilette vinegars
Vanilla vinegar; Vinaigre de Beaute; Vinaigre des Dames; Vinaigre aromatique de J. V. Bully; Vinaigre d'Hebe (to remove freckles); Cucumber essence; Cucumber milk; Lily essence; Narval bouquet; Moss rose essence; Odeur fin national
Tea rose essence; Violettede Bois; White rose essence; Hair oils; Flower oil; Good and cheap hair oils; Hamilton's hair oil; Huile antique a la Bergamotte; Huile antique a 1'Heliotrope; Huile a la Heliotrope
Huile a Toeillet; Huile antique a la Vanille; Huile de Millefleurs et de Pot-pourri; Pot-pourri oil; Macassar oil; Sweet-scented oil; Lime-juice and glycerine hair oil; Pomades; Creme Celeste; Creme Cristallisee; Glycerine balsam; Ice pomade; Neroli pomade
Pomade (Wagner); Pomade (Winterberg); Pomade a la Duchesse; Pomade au bouquet; Pomade divine; Red and rose pomades; Stick and beard pomatum; Held's beard pomatums; Hungarian moustache pomatum; Stick pomades; Hair restorers, tonics, washes, etc
American shampooing liquid to promote the growth of hair; Bandolines; Bay-rum hair tonic; Buhlinen's hair tonic; Cheap and efficacious hair tonic; Cheap hair wash; Eau de lustre (for dressing the hair); Glycerine wash; Rosemary hair wash; Wash to remove dandruff; Hair dyes; Brown hair dye; Eau de Chine pour Noircir les Cheveux
Eau Lajeune; Hager's innoxious hair dye as a substitute for lead preparations; Innoxious hair dye; Turkish hair dye; Depilatory compounds; Sulphhydrate of sodium; Cosmetic and medicated waters; Anhalt water; Barege waters; Napoleon's bath
Bretfeld water;" Cascarilla water; Creole water; Eau Athenienne; Eau de Imperatrice; Eau des Odalisques; Eau des Princesses; English honey water; Florida water; Held's cosmetic washes
Kummerfehlt water; Cosmetic powders, rouges, etc.; Bran of almonds; Cosmetic wash powder; Flour of almonds; Held's washing powder for the hands; Oriental rouge; Paris powder; Rouge; Vinaigre rouge; White or pearl powder; Augustin's cosmetic wash; Copland's aqua cosmetica; Flacon Generateur Universe! des Cheveux de Madame S. A. Allen; Fumigating articles; Black fumigating pastils
Fumigation with chlorine; Fumigating essence; Fumigating pastils; Fumigating spirits; Imperial fumigating powder; Medicated fumigating pastils; Iodine pastils; Stramonium pastils; Tar pastils; Opium pastils; Oriental fumigating balsam
Paris, perfumed and white fumigating pastils
Artificial Karlsbad water; Artificial koumiss; Balm of Gilead; Balsam of horehound for colds and asthma; Bitter elixir; Eland's female pills; Blistering ointment; Blume's remedy for spavin, etc.; Camphor ice;
Cheltenham salts; Cod-liver oil and iodide of iron
form (Vulpius formula); lodoform pencils; Aromatic balsam
Locatelli's balsam for wounds and ulcers; Soap balsam for sprains; Gelatine capsules for medicinal purposes; English plaster; Malt extract; Malt extract with iron, with lime, with quinine, with pepsin,
and with iodide of iron; Neutral citrate of magnesium (Cornelis); Neutralizing the taste of cod-liver oil; New American patent medicines; Phosphorole
Fluid hydrastis; Lacto-pepsin; Thermaline; Oleum aromaticum compostium (spice oil for kitchen use); Opodeldoc; Pepsin wine with malt (Ernst Schmidt, of Lille); Plastic bandage; Simple and compound lead plasters; Preparation of sticking plaster; New sticking plaster by Dr. A. Hewson; Galbanum and saffron plaster; Saffron plaster
Soap plaster; Powdered camphor; Buchner's antarthritic paper; English autarthritic paper
Alcoholic solution of gelatine; Alkaline gelatine developer; Chloride of silver find gelatine emulsion; Claudet's instantaneous positive paper; Cleansing mixture lor glass plates
Cleansing fluid for glass plates; Clear caoutchouc solutions; Damson's tannin plates; Receipt for the collodion cotton; Collodion; Solution of tannin; Developer for gelatine plates (Mottu, of Amsterdam); Davanne's intensifier; H. W. Vogel's developing solution of oxalate of iron; Direction for calculating focus distances for enlarging pictures
Email photographs; Gelatine emulsions (Abney); Glace or enamelled photographs; Gold and fixing baths; Toning bath
New intensifying bath for gelatine negatives; New developer for bromide of silver dry plates; New method of preparing emulsion; New photo-printing receipts; Preliminary preparation; Chrome-gelatine layer;
Fixing solution; Fluid for drawing off negatives; Painting the operating-room
Petschler's new dry method of preparing plates; Photo-diaphanie, or process of transferring photographs together with the albumen layer on glass, porcelain, etc.; Photo-emulsions; Improvements by H. W. Vogel; Photo-printing without a press
Photographic process with phosphorescent substances; Photographic re-production
Platinotypy; Precipitation of gold from old toning baths; Rapid method; Sensitive collodion
Developers for children and for adults; Rapid collodion process by Borlinetto; Neutral silver bath; Developing bath; Fixing bath; Regaining silver from residues of gelatine emulsions; Removing the negative layer from the glass plate; Reproduction of photo-negatives
Sensitive collodion emulsion; Sensitive photo-paper; Simple and quick process of preparing pyrogallic acid; Sutton's new developer-; Sui ton's weak silver-bath for albuminized paper; Toning bath with calcium
chloride and sodium acetate by Parkinson ; Transfer paper with collodio-chloride of silver; Various practical receipts; Collodion for hot weather
Collodion for outside work; Developer; Silver bath; Developer for land-scapes; After developer; Good intensifying bath; Solution for preparing paper; Silver bath; Developer; Fixing bath; Negative lacquer
with castor oil; Various receipts for the gelatine process; Edwards' glycerine developer; Dr. Eder's oxalate of iron developer; Nelson's developer; Bedford's developer; Abney's intensifying bath; Varnishes; Good negative lacquer; Retouching varnish
Elastic lacquer; Excellent lacquer for photographs; Vibrotypes; Photographs on wood; Worthly's negative process, without intensifying bath ; Collodion: Developer for negatives; Varnish for negatives; Polishing glass plates
PLASTER OF PARIS CASTS WHICH CAN BE WASHED.
Dr. Reissig's prize process of preparing plaster casts
Process with baryta water; With silicate of potassium
Brethauer's method of preparing plaster of Paris casts resisting the action of the weather; Jacobsen's process; Shell hass' coating for plaster casts
PRESERVING MEAT, MILK, VEGETABLES, VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES, WOOD, AND PRESERVATIVES.
Boro-glycerine for preserving organic substances; Boro-tartrate for preserving meat and other food; English pickle for meat; Fluids for preserving corpses, anatomical specimens, plants, etc.
Fluids of Struve, and Jacobsen; Wickersheimer's patent "injecting" and "immersing" Iluids; Improved process for preserving meat, fish, fruits, liquids, etc.; New process of giving preserved vegetables a natural color; New process of preparing preservative salt; New method of pre-serving sugar beets, potatoes, and other tubers
Preserving lemon juice; Process of preparing preserved cattle-feed from agricultural products and waste: Sapid process of corning meat on a small scale; To dry fruit by means of a cold air blast; To pack apples
and other fruit for transportation; To preserve the blood from meat cattle; To preserve burnt lime; To preserve butter and egirs
To preserve fish; To preserve fluids containing nutritive substances; To preserve hops
To preserve meat; Wickershemier's patent for preserving meat; To preserve meat and vegetables, milk, vegetables and fruits
To prevent the formation of mould on fruit jellies; Two new kinds of preservative papers; To smoke beef; To preserve vine props and wine barrels by impregnating the wood; Impregnation with linseed oil, with
preparations of lime, with common salt, with solution of -sulphate of copper, with coal-tar "With rosin; New preservative for wood; To restore the original natural color of old parquet floors
SEALING-WAX AND WAFERS.
Receipts for all colors of sealing-wax
Transparent sealing-wax; Gold or silver transparent sealing-wax; Aventurine sealing-wax; Parcel sealing-wax of a great variety of colors
Cheap Parcel sealing-wax; Bottle sealing-wax; Substitute for bottle sealing-wax; Wafers; White and colored wafers
Gelatine or French wafers; Light red wafers; Transparent red wafers; For yellow and blue wafers; English metallic wafers
SHOE-BLACKING, DRESSINGS, ETC.
Ingredients of good blacking
Mixing the ingredients; Caoutchouc blackings, paste, and fluid; Caont-chouc oil; Cordova blacking; Dressing for dancing shoes; Dressing free from sulphuric acid; Dressings superior to Paris dressing; English water-proof blacking; Fluid blacking, a substitute for ointment and lacquer
French paste for patent leather; Good shoe-blackings; Gutta-percha blacking; Hardeg's leather ointments; Konrad's celebrated blacking; Ointment for boots used by the Normandy fishermen; Shoe-blacking from potatoes; Water-proof blacking; Water-proof ointments for shoes and boots
To give the soles, after scraping, a smooth and beautiful appearance; For hemlock leather soles; To prevent boots and shoes from squeaking; To make water-proof boots
SIZING AND DRESSING FOR COTTON, WOOL, STRAW, ETC.
Back's improved size and dressing for linen, cotton, and woollen goods
Dressing and size; Eau de Crystal; Glycerine, and its use in sizing and dressing; New preparation, glutine, used for giving gloss to wall papers, and as an inspissation for dyeing and printing purposes
New size; Preparation of artificial gum to be used in place of gum-Arabic; Preparation of blood albumen
To prepare patent albumen; Preparation of dextrine; Process of sizing all kinds of tissues with alkaline solutions of silk, wool, or feathers; Size for bobbinet: For cotton yarns; For cotton and woollen yarns; Size for cotton; Dressing cotton' prints
Glaze dressing for colored cotton goods; Glaze on black; Glaze on black goods when the color is not sufficiently deep and dark; Glaze on blue and green; Glaze on crimson paper muslin; Glaze on rose-colored muslin; Size for laces; For linen; For half-bleached linen; For fine Holland linen; For table linen and damask; Dressing for Panama hats; Size for petinet and marly Size for woollen goods, cloths, and flannels; Sulphate of barium; Gerard's apparatine
SOAP. HARD AND SOFT SOAPS, MEDICATED AND TOILET SOAPS, ETC.
American rosin soap
American soaps; Superior soaps; Old English soap; First premium soap; Brown rosin soap in the cold way; Cocoanut-oil soap in the cold way
Cold water soap; Elaine soap; Floating soap; Molasses soap; Cocoanut-oil and molasses soap
Oranienburg soap; Process of preparing all kinds of perfectly neutral soaps; Water-glass soaps, hard and soft; Sand soap
Toilet and medicated soaps; Bitter almond soap in the cold way; Bouquet soap; Camphor soaps; Camphor and sulphur soap; Eagle soap (brown); Family soap; Gall soap; Glycerine soaps, brilliant and trans-parent
Substitute filling in making glycerine soap; Iodide soap; Kummerfeldt's soap for frosted limbs; Lemon, lily, and mignonette soaps; Musk soap in the cold way; Orange and patchouli soaps; Prime pumice soap in
the cold way; Eose soap; Savon de Kiz; Savon ess. bouquet; Savon orange; Soap cremes
Creme d'Amandes Ameres; Creme a la rose; Sulphur soap; Swiss herb soap; Tannin, tar, vaseline, violet, and white alabaster soaps
White Windsor soap; Shaving soap in the cold way; Soap for washing silk goods; To give a gloss to the surface of toilet soaps; New process of treating fats
Balling's method of preparing caustic soda-lye; Tunnermann's tables giving the percentage of soda in a soda-lye at 59 F., and percentage of anhydrous potash in potash-lye at 59 F.
Prinz's practical soap-boiling tables for hard and soft soaps
SOLDERING AND SOLDERS.
Explanation of soldering
Autogenous soldering; Ordinary soft solder; Bismuth solder; Darcet's metal; Hard solders; Copper for joining iron to iron; Brass hard solder; Hard solder containing tin; Solder for argentan (German silver)
Hard silver solders; Softer hard silver solders; Hard gold solders; Easily liquefiable solders for articles less than 14-carat gold ; Refractory solder for articles of 14-carat gold and over; Solder for articles of 20-carat gold, which are to be enamelled; Very refractory solders for articles to be enamelled; Other hard gold solders for articles of 14-carat gold
Good hard solder for soldering brass; Excellent soft solder; Table of alloys for soft solder and their respective melting points; Silver solder for plated ware; Soft solder for cast Britannia metal; Solder for pewter; Hard white solder; Hard yellow solder; Solder for gold on aluminium bronze; Golden yellow hard solder; Medium light hard solder; White hard solder; To solder brass, sheet-tin, iron, and steel
To solder steel on sheet-iron; Soldering without a soldering iron; Soldering liquid causing 110 rust; Another soldering liquid free from acid; Simple method of soldering small articles; To solder saws
SUGARS, GLUCOSE, ETC.
Preparation of milk-sugar
Engling's process of preparing milk-sugar; Improvement in refining and crystallizing of starch sugar (glucose); Refining and preparation of anhydrous glucose; Apparatus and process for starch, glucose, and hard grape sugar (dextrose), by Wm. T. Jepp, of Buffalo, N. Y.
To remove gypsum from solutions of glucose; Preparation of pure leva-lose; A new source for supplying Mannite
Purification of sugar-beet juice by means of silica hydrate; To prepare gtrontia sugar from treacle and syrup
TEXTILE FABRICS AND TISSUES.
Coating textile fabrics with metallic substances; Effect of heat on textile fabrics; Feather plush
Down cloth; Improvement in the treatment of vegetable fibres; Improvement in the preparation of surfaces to be printed on, embossed, etc.; New method of compressing the fibres of cotton tissues, and giving the
colors more lustre; New yarn, called pearl yarn; Oil-cloth
Apparatus and process for scouring and removing the oil from fleece, wool, and silk, and woollen fabrics of every description; Process for animalizing vegetable fibres with nitro-glucose (nitro-saccharose); Patent process to give to colored fabrics a metallic lustre; Preparation of fibres that can be spun from nettles, hemp, jute, etc. Shoddy: how it is made
Silk gauze; Tinning of tissues; To produce a metallic lustre upon fabrics; Utilization of short hair; Utilization and working of jute
"Heckled yarn," or "jute line yarn;" Utilization of hop-stalks; A new yarn produced in France
TOBACCO, SMOKING TOBACCO, SNUFF, STERNUTATIVE POWDERS, ETC.
Smoking tobaccos; Brazilian tobacco; "Legitimo;" Havana leaf
Ordinary American leaf tobacco; Chinese or star tobacco; Canaster; Half canaster; Maracaibo tobacco; Ostend tobacco; Petit canaster
Petnm optimum, according to the Dutch process; Portocarero tobacco; Porto Rico tobacco, according to the Dutch process; Porto Rico tobacco from ordinary leaf; Swiceut tobacco (English process); Swicent tobacco
(ordinary); Sweet-scented tobacco
Varinas tobacco; Improvement of inferior qualities of tobacco
To remove the disagreeable smell and taste of inferior qualities of tobacco; Snuff manufacture; Barenburg snuff; Bergamot snuif; Dutch Musino snuff; Espaniol or Sevilla snuff
Frankfort snuff; Parisian Rappee; Rappee (genuine); St. Vincent Rappee; Sternutative (sneezing) powders; Green sternutatory; Variegated sternutatory; White sternutatory; Sternutatories for cold in the head; Corrizinio; Perfumes for cigars; Turkish smoking tobacco
To impart to common American tobacco the flavor of Havana; New process of preparing tobacco; Preparation of leaf for cigars
VINEGAR: MANUFACTURE OF ORDINARY AND FINE TABLE VINEGARS.
Altvater's process of manufacturing vinegar; The factory; Utensils
Plunging "vinegar producers;" Utilization of cork-waste in the manufacture of vinegar; Concentration of vinegar; To prepare the yellow color for coloring vinegar; To prepare acetic ether; Quick vinegar process; Production of vinegar by means of bacteria
Investigations of Pasteur and Wurm
White wine vinegar; To prepare acetic acid; To prepare excellent vinegar; Vinegar from potatoes or rice; Fine table vinegars; Anise vinegar; Aromatic vinegar
Dragonswort (Estragon) vinegar; Compound dragonswort, or herb table-vinegar; Spiced dragonswort -vinegar; English spiced vinegar; Effer-vescing vinegar; Herb vinegar as prepared in the northern part of Germany; Herb vinegar as prepared on the Rhine; Lemon vinegar
Orange, pine-apple, raspberry, strawberry, and vanilla vinegars; Vinaigre a la Bordin; Vinaigre a la Ravigote
WASHING AND SCOURING. MANUFACTURE OF WASHING-BLUE, ETC.
To wash satin, silk ribbons, brocade, and silk damask; To wash silk ribbons mixed with gold and silver threads, silver and gold lace
To wash gold laces; To wash white silk crape, white gauze, fine muslin, linen, and batiste and velvet; To wash velvet which has become hard and rough by rain or mud; To wash veils, silk, and silk fabrics
To wash embroidered fabrics, or muslin, linen, etc., woven with gold; To wash silk stockings, and taffeta; To polish gold and silver lace; To polish silver lace or embroidery; To wash laces
To wash point lace; To whiten lace; To cleanse feathers; Cleansing and rosing salt for red cloths stained by use; To wash genuine pearls; Dye-starch, and crimson dye-starch; Washing with water-glass
Palme's process of washing; New wash process; To wash dresses of fast-colored silk; To make washed silk glossy; To restore the color of fabrics; To wash pearl embroideries; To bleach or whiten clothes; Clark's wash for carpets; To wash straw and chip hats
Experiments in washing woollen fabrics
To wash cotton and muslin prints without injury to the colors; Panama essence for cleansing and washing clothes; Cleansing fluid for tissues, etc.; Use of tin salt for removing rust-stains from clothes (Hermann's experiments); Manufacture of washing-blue
Table of means of removing stains
Liquid wash-blue; Several other receipts for liquid washing-blue; Washing powders; Washing crystal; Lustrine Alsacienne (starch gloss)
WASTE AND OFFAL, UTILIZATION OF.
Fabrication of lampblack from waste in working coal-tar
Specially constructed furnace for manufacturing lampblack; Manufacture of lampblack from asphaltum, pitch, or blacksmiths' pitch
Manufacture of various kinds of lampblack from the resinous sodic residues in the working of coal-tar; Manufacture of artificial manures from residues in the working of coal-tar
Manure for meadows; With wood-ash; With peat-ash; Utilization of ammoniacal liquor from coal-tar
Ammonia, tar, and other products of distillation from the gases of coke-ovens
To regain hydrochloric acid used in the manufacture of gelatine from bones; Tartrate of calcium and spirit of wine from wine lees
Process of producing white or black pigment from the clarifying slime in sugar houses; Process of working fecal substances in a rarefied space; Sulphur, sulphuric acid, etc., from gas-lime; Recovering fat and color from waste wash liquors
Utilization of waste wash liquors from wool manufactories; To cleanse woollen waste; Utilization of waste of sheep wool; To regain indigo from old colors and residues of colors; Production of cyanide of potassium, ammonia, tar, and gas from nitrogeneous organic substances; To restore rubber corks; Process of gaining the volatile products developed in roasting coffee and their utilization
WATER-GLASS (SOLUBLE GLASS) AND ITS USES.
Potash water-glass; Water-glass from infusorial earth; Soda water-glass; Buchner's process; Compound water-glass
Preparation of fixing water-glass; Kuhlmann's (of Lille) process; Water-glass as a substitute for cow-dung for fixing alumina and iron mordants on cotton-prints, linen, etc.; Use of soda water-glass for protecting white colors in printing fabrics; Water-glass for silicifying stones; Water-glass as a bleaching agent (H. Grothe)
Water-glass for finishing linen and cotton goods; Potash water-glass as a binding and fixing medium for ground colors on cotton goods; For light blue ultramarine colors; Violet; Different green tints; Yellow;
Orange and red; Red-brown; Copper-brown; W T hite; Different vegetable lakes; Solid blue;" "Solid green"
Water-glass in painting (Feichtinger); Use of Water-glass for coating rough-cast and stone walls; Water-glass in painting metals and glass; Advantages to wood painted with water-glass; Creuzburg's process of painting with water-glass; Water-glass as a substitute for borax and poracic acid in soldering and welding; Water-glass cements
To cement cracked bottles with water-glass; To prepare hydraulic Water-glass cement; Water-glass cement for glass and porcelain; Water-glass cement with zinc and pyrolusite; Water-glass and lime cement; Bottger's water-glass and lime cement; Water-glass and caseine cement for glass and porcelain; Water-glass and powdered chalk mortar; Water-glass for preserving barrels and other wooden articles
Preparations for water-proofing tissues
To make sacking water-proof; Soap for water-proofing woollen cloth and other fabrics; Various processes of water-proofing tissues; Preparation of collodion varnish for water-proofing fabrics; A new water-proofing compound; To manufacture water-proof cloth which is not impervious to the air; Prepared cloth as a substitute for leather
To water-proof felt, woollen, and half-woollen fabrics, and to give them greater consistence; To water-proof vegetable fibres; To water-proof textile fabrics, leather, paper, etc.; To water-proof paper; For water-proofing woollen fabrics
Impregnation with caoutchouc; Impenetrable double stuff; Becker, Delivaire & Co.'s process of water-proofing fabrics; New process of water-proofing fabrics; VaneFs water-proof composition; Roelaudt's
water-proofing compounds; French preparation to make boots and shoes water-proof; To water-proof sugar-bags for transport use
English patent water-proofing compound; Water-proofing felt hats; Water-proof sail-cloth, known as "Imperial cloth;" Zwilling's water-proofing compound; Dr. Fouruaise's water-proofing compound; Ruhr's receipt for water-proofing linen; To water-proof textile fabrics and paper, and to give them greater consistence; Composition for water-proofing textile fabrics, and protecting them against moths
WAX AND WAX PREPARATIONS.
Unadulterated beeswax; To bleach beeswax; Green wax; Black wax; Red wax; Polishing wax; Polishing wax for furniture; Wax soap
Waxed paper; Colors for wax-work; Gold ground upon wax; Wax for waxing threads to be woven; Wax tapers; Wax candles
Floor wax; New compound for waxing floors; Spirit lacquer for lacquering wax tapers; Excellent modelling wax
WOOD. GILDING, POLISHING, STAINING, ETC.
Extraction and impregnation of sounding-board wood; To prepare sounding-board wood; To make wood flexible and fire-proof
To render wood incombustible and impermeable (Folbacci); To render wood fire-proof; To render wood impermeable to water
How osiers can be peeled in winter; Staining wood for fine cabinet work (Denninger, of Mayence); Gallic acid; Sulphate of iron; Logwood shavings; Pulverized sanderswood; Saffron and annotto; Shavings of Brazil wood and of fustic; Crushed Persian berries; Pulverized cochineal; Aqueous decoction of logwood; Pulverized indigo; Solution of tin; Denniuger's process of producing colors
Other stains on wood (Thimm's patent); Black ground for lacquering; To stain walking-canes; To stain maple wood silver-gray
Ebony stains; For veneers; Stain for floors; Staining wood for veneers, mosaics various colors
Moiner's method of staining wood rose color by chemical precipitation; New polish for wood; Moody's new polish; Gilding on wood
American process of preserving wood; Preparation of mine-timber; Relative durability of the timbers
Shrinking of wood; Strength of some American woods; Hard coating for wood; Imitation of cedar wood; New glaze for barrels, vats, etc.
New method of drying wood; New paint for wooden posts, etc.; New process of preserving wood Polishing wax for wood; Practical experiments in producing new colors upon wood with known coloring matters
Preparation of fire-proof wood
YEASTS. MANUFACTURE OF PRESSED YEAST, BAKERS' AND BREWERS' YEAST, ETC.
Schubert's method of manufacturing pressed yeast
Ssiccharization and cooling; Setting the mash; Scooping off the yeast and freeing it from husks; Washing and pressing the yeast; Moulding the pressed yeast; Vienna pressed yeast; Zettler's process of manufacturing Vienna pressed yeast
Prof. Otto's directions for preparing pressed yeast; Pressed yeast from potatoes; American dry yeast; Artificial yeast
Cramer's process of preparing pressed yeast from beer-yeast; Improvements in treating yeast ; Pressed yeast from beer-yeast
Alloy of copper, platinum, and palladium; Alloys resembling silver; Minargent; Warne metal; Trabak metal; Manganese alloys
New alloy for silvering; Aluminium bronze; Phosphor bronze
Manganese bronze; Density of alloys; Alloys exhibiting greater density than the mean of their constituents; Alloys exhibiting less density than the mean of their constituents; Fusibility of alloys; Spence's metal; Receipts for metal-workers proved in practice; Metal for brasses; Machinery metal for various purposes
ANTISEPTIC AND PRESERVATIVE AGENTS.
Calcium and sodium glyceroborates, two new antiseptics
Effective power of different antiseptic agents; New iron fruit-drying apparatus; New process of greening canned vegetables; For peas; For beans; Novelties in preserving organic substances, and apparatus used
Preparation, free from arsenic, for preserving animal skins; Preservative packing-paper to protect cloth, furs, etc., from moths
ARTIFICIAL EYES, MANUFACTURE OF.
ASBESTOS AND ITS USES.
Asbestos industry in England
Bleaching of fabrics and yarns without chlorine
Bleaching yarns and fabrics; Novelties in bleaching
BOOKBINDING, GILDING, AND ORNAMENTING.
Folding; Rolling; Sewing; Rounding Edge-cutting; Binding; Covering; Tooling and lettering; Edge-gilding; For plain edges; Marbling; Reichardt's rosin compound for gilding paper, leather, etc.; Reber's process of gilding leather; Parchment glue; White of egg; Marbled and dark leather of one color
Calfskin; Dull 'gilding on calfskin; To gild velvet; Gilding on silk; Bookbinders' lacquer ; Improvement in book covers
BRONZING, GILDING, SILVERING, ETC.
Apparatus for coating tools
Bronzing copper; Cold black stain for brass; Galvanizing and nickelling of iron in Cleveland, Ohio; Gilding of steel
Gold and orange stain for brass; Green bronzing; Liquid cement for coating articles; New process for producing a bronze-colored surface on iron; Painting on zinc To cleanse brass ; To color soft solder yellow
Fire-resisting properties of building materials; Cork stone; Enamelled bricks
Mass for roofing, fire-proof ceilings, floors, etc.; Plaster for ceilings; Terra-cotta lumber; Utilization of saw-dust
CELLULOID. IMITATIONS, SUBSTITUTES, ETC.
Artificial ivory; Celluloid printing plates
Elastic mass resembling leather; Flexible insulating mass; Insulating material for electrical conductors; Mass for plastic models; New imitation of ivory; New substitute for caoutchouc
Substitute for gutta-percha; Superior modelling wax; Vegetable leather
Water-proof cement work
CLEANSING, POLISHING, AND RENOVATING AGENTS.
Cleaning-powder for show-windows; Clean sing- rags for polishing metal; Cleansing wash-leather; Cloth-cleaning compound; Furniture reno-vater; Liquid polish for silver-plated ware; New polish for wood
Polishing soaps and pastes; Restoring plush; To clean glass and silver-ware; To clean marble
To cleanse silvered dial plates; To clean smoky walls
COLORS, ENAMELS, CEMENTS, GLUE, VARNISHES, WATER-PROOFING SUBSTANCES, ETC.
American wood-filler; Cement for mend ing enamel led dial plates; Crystalline coating for wood or paper; Enamel for fine cards and other purposes; Imitation of cinnabar
Enamel free from lead and metallic oxides for iron and sheet-iron, and utensils manufactured from them; New method for the production of water-proof and incombustible fabrics; Phosphorescent enamel; Preparation of lustre colors with carbolic acid; Bismuth, tin, uranium, and iron lustres
Soap varnishes; Johnson's varnish for water-proofing paper or cloth; Soap varnish for gilding; Water-proof glue
New method of copying drawings; Phytochromotypy
Blasting cartridges; Blasting paper; Explosive combination; Explosive substance; Explosive and pyrotechnic substances; Method of blasting under water with compressed gun-cotton New blasting powder; New method of preparing giant powder; Preparation of hypouitric acid and its use for explosive and illuminating substances
Appert's method of blowing glass by means of compressed air
Cutting glass with a carbon pencil; Receipts for making carbon pencils
Etching ink for glass; Glass with copper lustre
Lead-pencils for glass and porcelain; Receipts for different colored pencils; Lithium glass; Manufacture of plate glass
Ornamenting frosted glass; To transfer photographs to glass; Platinizing glass; Toughened glass
HORN-COMBS, MANUFACTURE OF.
Treatment of horn for manufacture of horn-combs
LUBRICANTS, BLACKING, ETC.
Caoutchouc lubricant for driving belts; Harness grease; Harness polish; Thurston's machine for testing lubricating oils
Lubricants; Experiments on the effect of admixture of mineral oil with animal oil in lessening the liability of the latter to spontaneous combustion; Purification of lubricants after use; New receipts for blacking
Hardening composition for steel; Indium, its preparation and use; Mackinnon stylographic pen as made by John Holland (Cincinnati)
Phosphor-indium and its properties; Cowles' electric furnace for reducing refractory ores
Fleetruan's process of refining nickel; Ostberg's process for wrought-iron (or mitis) castings; Mechanically hardened steel; New solder for metal, glass, and porcelain; Oxidized silver
Phosphorizing bronze or brass
Prevention of rusting-in of screws; To mark tools with a name; Utilization of nickel waste; Zincing screw bolts
Continuously-working furnace for the manufacture of animal charcoal
Gilding and silvering leather; Coating leaden water pipes to prevent contamination of the water supply; New floor covering; New process of manufacturing gold wall paper
Phosphorescent mixtures; Preparation of precipitated chalk for tooth-powders; Process of joining two pieces of horn; To make horn combs elastic; Roach and moth exterminator; Shaving cream
To preserve India rubber goods from becoming hard and cracking; To render rubber hose odorless; Washing white straw hats; Window panes which indicate the moisture of the atmosphere
OILS AND FATS.
Bleaching of bone-fat; Bleaching of paraffine and similar substances for the manufacture of candles; Bleaching of oils and fats
Clarifying olive oil; Detection of water in essential oils; Manufacture of cotum-seed oil
Fat from sheep's wool; "Suint," or potassic sudorate in .sheep's wool
Refining of cotton-seed oil; Production of light-colored soap, or light-colored sebacic acids, from crude cotton-seed oil, or from residues obtained by its purification ; To remove the disagreeable odor of soap
made from cotton-seed oil; Utilizing cotton-seed hulls; New process of extracting fish oil ; Preparation of heavy oils and paraffine from petroleum residues
Purification of oils; Solidification of liquid hydrocarbons; Substitute for linseed oil; To purify oils
White vaseline oil; Solvent power of glycerine; Tables showing the parts of other substances dissolved by 100 parts (by weight) of glycerine
Cupro-ammonium for rendering paper and textile fabrics water-, rot-, and insect-proof (Willesdenizing)
Fabrication of parchment; Fire-proof papers, colors, and printed matter; Gas-pipes from paper; Luminous paper
Manufacture of bottles, etc., from paper; New method of manufacturing paper pulp; Paper for covering boilers; Preparation of soap paper; To make parchment paper impermeable to oil
STRAW, BLEACHING AND DYEING OF.
Dyeing straw of various colors
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS.
Thurston's autographic torsion testing machine
Bleaching willow-ware; Stains for willow-ware; Receipts for various colors
Coloring osiers with aniline colors
Varnishing, gilding, and painting willow-ware
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