Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas, Recipes and Processes
Free

Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas, Recipes and Processes

By Various
Free
Book Description
Table of Contents
  • Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas, Recipes and Processes.
  • PREFACE
  • PARTIAL LIST OF AUTHORITIES CONSULTED
  • HENLEY’S BOOK OF RECIPES
    • ACID-PROOFING
      • An Acid-proof Table Top.—
      • To Make Wood Acid- and Chlorine-proof.
      • Protecting Cement Against Acid.
      • To Make Corks Impermeable And Acid-proof.
      • Lining For Acid Receptacles.
    • An Acid-proof Table Top.—
    • To Make Wood Acid- and Chlorine-proof.
    • Protecting Cement Against Acid.
    • To Make Corks Impermeable And Acid-proof.
    • Lining For Acid Receptacles.
    • ADHESIVES
      • Glues:
      • Cements.
      • Jewelers’ Cements.
      • Leather And Rubber Cements.
      • Cements For Metals and For Attaching Various Substances To Metals:
      • Lutes.
      • Pastes:
      • Pastes For Paperhangers.
      • Label Pastes:
      • Mucilages:
    • Glues:
    • Cements.
    • Jewelers’ Cements.
    • Leather And Rubber Cements.
    • Cements For Metals and For Attaching Various Substances To Metals:
    • Lutes.
    • Pastes:
    • Pastes For Paperhangers.
    • Label Pastes:
    • Mucilages:
    • AGATE, BUTTONS OF ARTIFICIAL.
    • AIR BATH.
    • AIR-PURIFYING.
      • Ozonatine
    • Ozonatine
    • ALBUMEN IN URINE, DETECTION OF.
    • ALCOHOL
      • Alcohol, Tests For Absolute.
      • Absolute Alcohol.
      • Perfumed Denaturized Alcohol.—
      • Solid Alcohol.
      • Alcohol In Fermented Beers.
      • Alcohol Deodorizer.—
      • Denaturized Alcohol.
      • Ale.
    • Alcohol, Tests For Absolute.
    • Absolute Alcohol.
    • Perfumed Denaturized Alcohol.—
    • Solid Alcohol.
    • Alcohol In Fermented Beers.
    • Alcohol Deodorizer.—
    • Denaturized Alcohol.
    • Ale.
    • ALLOYS
      • Compounding Alloys.
      • Aluminum Alloys.
      • Bell Metal.
      • Bismuth Alloys.
      • Brass.
      • Britannia Metal.
      • Bronzes.
      • Cadmium Alloys:
      • Alloys For Casting Coins, Medallions, Etc.
      • Casting Copper:
      • File Alloys.
      • Easily Fusible Or Plastic Alloys.
      • Gold Alloys:
      • Imitation Gold.
      • German Silver Or Argentan.
      • Substitutes For German Silver.
      • Lead Alloys.
      • Magnetic Alloys.
      • Manganese Alloys:
      • Mirror Alloys:
      • Palladium Alloys.
      • Pewter.
      • Silver Alloys:
      • Steel Alloys: See Also Steel.
      • Stereotype Metal.
      • Tin Alloys:
      • White Metals.
      • Zinc Alloys:
      • Unclassified Alloys:
    • Compounding Alloys.
    • Aluminum Alloys.
    • Bell Metal.
    • Bismuth Alloys.
    • Brass.
    • Britannia Metal.
    • Bronzes.
    • Cadmium Alloys:
    • Alloys For Casting Coins, Medallions, Etc.
    • Casting Copper:
    • File Alloys.
    • Easily Fusible Or Plastic Alloys.
    • Gold Alloys:
    • Imitation Gold.
    • German Silver Or Argentan.
    • Substitutes For German Silver.
    • Lead Alloys.
    • Magnetic Alloys.
    • Manganese Alloys:
    • Mirror Alloys:
    • Palladium Alloys.
    • Pewter.
    • Silver Alloys:
    • Steel Alloys: See Also Steel.
    • Stereotype Metal.
    • Tin Alloys:
    • White Metals.
    • Zinc Alloys:
    • Unclassified Alloys:
    • ALUM:
      • Burnt Alum.
    • Burnt Alum.
    • ALUMINUM AND ITS TREATMENT
      • How To Color Aluminum:
      • Working Of Sheet Aluminum:
    • How To Color Aluminum:
    • Working Of Sheet Aluminum:
    • AMALGAMS
      • Preparation Of Amalgams.
      • General Properties Of Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Potassium Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Sodium Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Barium Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Strontium Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Cadmium Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Zinc Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Manganese Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Tin Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Copper Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Lead Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Bismuth Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Silver Amalgams.
      • Applications Of Gold Amalgams.
      • Gold Amalgam.
      • Zinc Amalgam For Electric Batteries.
      • Amalgam For Cementing Glass, Porcelain, Etc.
      • Amalgam For Silvering Glass Balls.
      • Copper Amalgam.
      • Silver Amalgam.
      • Amalgam For The Rubber Of Electric Machines.
    • Preparation Of Amalgams.
    • General Properties Of Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Potassium Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Sodium Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Barium Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Strontium Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Cadmium Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Zinc Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Manganese Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Tin Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Copper Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Lead Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Bismuth Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Silver Amalgams.
    • Applications Of Gold Amalgams.
    • Gold Amalgam.
    • Zinc Amalgam For Electric Batteries.
    • Amalgam For Cementing Glass, Porcelain, Etc.
    • Amalgam For Silvering Glass Balls.
    • Copper Amalgam.
    • Silver Amalgam.
    • Amalgam For The Rubber Of Electric Machines.
    • AMBER:
      • Imitation Amber.
    • Imitation Amber.
    • AMMONIA
      • Household Ammonia.
      • Liquor Ammonii Anisatus.—
      • Violet Color For Ammonia.
      • Perfumed Ammonia Water.
    • Household Ammonia.
    • Liquor Ammonii Anisatus.—
    • Violet Color For Ammonia.
    • Perfumed Ammonia Water.
    • ANTIDOTES FOR POISONS
      • Poison, Symptoms And Antidotes.
      • Antiferments.
    • Poison, Symptoms And Antidotes.
    • Antiferments.
    • ANCHOVY PREPARATIONS
      • Extemporaneous Anchovy Sauce.—
      • Essence Of Anchovies.
      • Anchovy Paste.—
      • Anchovy Butter.—
    • Extemporaneous Anchovy Sauce.—
    • Essence Of Anchovies.
    • Anchovy Paste.—
    • Anchovy Butter.—
    • ANTIQUES, TO PRESERVE.
    • ANTISEPTICS
      • Antiseptic Powders.—
      • Antiseptic Pencils.—
      • Antiseptic Paste (Poison) for Organic Specimens.—
      • Mouth Antiseptics.
      • Antiseptic Paste.
      • Alkaline Glycerine Of Thymol.—
      • Compound Solution Of Thymol.—
      • Oil Of Cinnamon As An Antiseptic.
      • Green Coloring For Antiseptic Solutions.
      • Antiseptic Bromine Solution.—
      • Substitute For Rubber Gloves.
    • Antiseptic Powders.—
    • Antiseptic Pencils.—
    • Antiseptic Paste (Poison) for Organic Specimens.—
    • Mouth Antiseptics.
    • Antiseptic Paste.
    • Alkaline Glycerine Of Thymol.—
    • Compound Solution Of Thymol.—
    • Oil Of Cinnamon As An Antiseptic.
    • Green Coloring For Antiseptic Solutions.
    • Antiseptic Bromine Solution.—
    • Substitute For Rubber Gloves.
    • ASTHMA CURES.
      • Asthma Cigarettes.
    • Asthma Cigarettes.
    • ATROPINE, ANTIDOTE TO.
    • AQUA AROMATICA.—
    • AQUA REGIA.
    • BAKING POWDERS
    • BALSAMS:
      • Wild-cherry Balsam.—
      • Balsam Spray Solution.—
      • Birch Balsam.—
    • Wild-cherry Balsam.—
    • Balsam Spray Solution.—
    • Birch Balsam.—
    • BATH TABLETS, EFFERVESCENT.
    • BATTERY FILLERS AND SOLUTIONS.
      • Solutions For Batteries.
    • Solutions For Batteries.
    • BAY RUM.
    • BEEF, IRON, AND WINE.
    • BEER, RESTORATION OF SPOILED.
    • BEES, FOUL BROOD IN.
    • BELT PASTES FOR INCREASING ADHESION.
      • Preservation Of Belts.
      • To Make A Belt Pull.
    • Preservation Of Belts.
    • To Make A Belt Pull.
    • BENZINE
      • Benzine, To Color Green.
      • Purification Of Benzine.
      • The Prevention Of The Inflammability Of Benzine.
      • Substitute for Benzine as a Cleansing Agent.—
      • Deodorizing Benzine.—
    • Benzine, To Color Green.
    • Purification Of Benzine.
    • The Prevention Of The Inflammability Of Benzine.
    • Substitute for Benzine as a Cleansing Agent.—
    • Deodorizing Benzine.—
    • BENZOPARAL:
    • BEVERAGES
      • Ginger Ale And Ginger Beer:
      • Lemonades:
      • Hot Soda-water Drinks:
      • Fancy Soda Drinks:
      • Koumiss.
      • Winter Beverages:
      • Beer:
    • Ginger Ale And Ginger Beer:
    • Lemonades:
    • Hot Soda-water Drinks:
    • Fancy Soda Drinks:
    • Koumiss.
    • Winter Beverages:
    • Beer:
    • BIRD FOODS:
      • Mixed Birdseed.—
      • Mocking-bird Food.—
      • Food For Redbirds.—
    • Mixed Birdseed.—
    • Mocking-bird Food.—
    • Food For Redbirds.—
    • BLEACHING
      • Linen.
      • Straw.
      • Wool, Silk, Or Straw.
      • Feathers.
      • Bleaching Solution.
    • Linen.
    • Straw.
    • Wool, Silk, Or Straw.
    • Feathers.
    • Bleaching Solution.
    • BLIGHT REMEDIES.
    • BLUE FROM GREEN AT NIGHT, TO DISTINGUISH:
    • BLUE PRINTS, TO MAKE CHANGES AND CORRECTIONS ON:
    • BOIL REMEDY.
    • BOILER COMPOUNDS
      • Prevention Of Boiler Scale.
      • Protecting Boiler Plates From Scale.—
      • Prevention Of Electrolysis.
      • Boiler Pressure.
    • Prevention Of Boiler Scale.
    • Protecting Boiler Plates From Scale.—
    • Prevention Of Electrolysis.
    • Boiler Pressure.
    • BONE BLACK:
      • Bone Or Ivory Black.
    • Bone Or Ivory Black.
    • BONES, A TEST FOR BROKEN.
    • BOOKS, THEIR HANDLING AND PRESERVATION:
      • The Preservation Of Books In Hot Climates.
      • How To Open A Book.
    • The Preservation Of Books In Hot Climates.
    • How To Open A Book.
    • BORAX FOR SPRINKLING.
    • BRAN, SAWDUST IN.
    • BOTTLES
      • Magic Bottles.—
      • Bottle-capping Mixtures.—
      • Show Bottles.—
      • A Cheap And Excellent Warming Bottle.
      • Bottle Deodorizer.
    • Magic Bottles.—
    • Bottle-capping Mixtures.—
    • Show Bottles.—
    • A Cheap And Excellent Warming Bottle.
    • Bottle Deodorizer.
    • BRASS
      • Colors For Polished Brass.
      • Miscellaneous Coloring Of Brass.
      • Coloring Unpolished Brass.
      • Coloring Fluid For Brass.
      • Black Color On Brass.
      • Black Finish For Brass.
      • To Give A Brown Color To Brass.
      • Refinishing Gas Fixtures.
      • Steel Blue And Old Silver On Brass.
      • Tombac Color On Brass.
      • Graining Of Brass.
      • The Dead, Or Matt, Dip For Brass.
      • To Improve Deadened Brass Parts.
      • Pickle For Brass.
      • Pickling Brass To Look Like Gold.
      • Pickle For Dipping Brass.
      • Restoration Of Brass Articles.
      • Tempering Brass.
      • Drawing Temper From Brass.
    • Colors For Polished Brass.
    • Miscellaneous Coloring Of Brass.
    • Coloring Unpolished Brass.
    • Coloring Fluid For Brass.
    • Black Color On Brass.
    • Black Finish For Brass.
    • To Give A Brown Color To Brass.
    • Refinishing Gas Fixtures.
    • Steel Blue And Old Silver On Brass.
    • Tombac Color On Brass.
    • Graining Of Brass.
    • The Dead, Or Matt, Dip For Brass.
    • To Improve Deadened Brass Parts.
    • Pickle For Brass.
    • Pickling Brass To Look Like Gold.
    • Pickle For Dipping Brass.
    • Restoration Of Brass Articles.
    • Tempering Brass.
    • Drawing Temper From Brass.
    • BREATH PERFUMES:
      • Remedies For Fetid Breath.
    • Remedies For Fetid Breath.
    • BRICK STAIN.
    • BROMOFORM.
      • Syrup Of Bromoform.
      • Emulsion Of Bromoform.
      • Bromoform Rum.
    • Syrup Of Bromoform.
    • Emulsion Of Bromoform.
    • Bromoform Rum.
    • BRONZE POWDERS, LIQUID BRONZES, BRONZE SUBSTITUTES, AND BRONZING
      • Bronze Powders.
      • Liquid Bronzes.
      • Bronze Substitutes.
      • Bronze Coloring:
      • Bronze Powders:
    • Bronze Powders.
    • Liquid Bronzes.
    • Bronze Substitutes.
    • Bronze Coloring:
    • Bronze Powders:
    • BRUSHES
      • How to Take Care of Paint And Varnish Brushes.
    • How to Take Care of Paint And Varnish Brushes.
    • BUBBLES.
    • BURNS:
      • Mixture For Burns.
    • Mixture For Burns.
    • BUTTER
      • Butter Color.
      • Artificial Butter.
      • To Impart The Aroma And Taste Of Natural Butter To Margarine.
      • Harmless Butter Color.
      • To Sweeten Rancid Butter.
      • An English Margarine.
      • Olive-oil Paste.
    • Butter Color.
    • Artificial Butter.
    • To Impart The Aroma And Taste Of Natural Butter To Margarine.
    • Harmless Butter Color.
    • To Sweeten Rancid Butter.
    • An English Margarine.
    • Olive-oil Paste.
    • BUTTERMILK, ARTIFICIAL.
    • CALCIUM CARBIDE:
      • Preservation And Use Of Calcium Carbide.
      • Deodorization Of Calcium Carbide.
    • Preservation And Use Of Calcium Carbide.
    • Deodorization Of Calcium Carbide.
    • CAMPHOR PREPARATIONS:
      • Fragrant Naphthalene Camphor.—
      • Powdered Camphor In Permanent Form.
      • Camphor Pomade—
      • Camphor Ice.—
    • Fragrant Naphthalene Camphor.—
    • Powdered Camphor In Permanent Form.
    • Camphor Pomade—
    • Camphor Ice.—
    • CANARY-BIRD PASTE.
    • CANDLES:
      • Coloring Ceresine Candles for the Christmas Tree.
      • Manufacture Of Composite Paraffine Candles.
      • Transparent Candles.
      • To Prevent The Trickling Of Burning Candles.
      • Candle Coloring.
    • Coloring Ceresine Candles for the Christmas Tree.
    • Manufacture Of Composite Paraffine Candles.
    • Transparent Candles.
    • To Prevent The Trickling Of Burning Candles.
    • Candle Coloring.
    • CARAMEL:
      • Cloudless Caramel Coloring.
    • Cloudless Caramel Coloring.
    • CARBOLIC ACID.
      • Perfumed Carbolic Acid.—
      • Treatment Of Carbolic-acid Burns.
      • Decolorization Of Carbolic Acid.
      • Disguising Odor Of Carbolic Acid.
      • To Restore Reddened Carbolic Acid.
    • Perfumed Carbolic Acid.—
    • Treatment Of Carbolic-acid Burns.
    • Decolorization Of Carbolic Acid.
    • Disguising Odor Of Carbolic Acid.
    • To Restore Reddened Carbolic Acid.
    • CARBOLINEUM:
      • Preparation Of Carbolineum.
    • Preparation Of Carbolineum.
    • CASEIN
      • Dried Casein, Its Manufacture And Uses.
      • Phosphate Of Casein And Its Production.
    • Dried Casein, Its Manufacture And Uses.
    • Phosphate Of Casein And Its Production.
    • CASKS:
      • To Render Shrunken Wooden Casks Watertight.
    • To Render Shrunken Wooden Casks Watertight.
    • CASTING
      • Castings Out Of Various Metals.
      • To Prevent The Adhesion Of Modeling Sand To Castings.
      • Sand Holes In Cast-brass Work.
      • Black Wash For Casting Molds.
      • How To Make A Plaster Cast Of A Coin Or Medal.
      • How To Make Castings Of Insects.
      • Casting Of Soft Metal Castings.
      • Drosses.
      • Fuel.
      • Molds.
      • Plaster Molds.
      • Temperature Of Metal.
    • Castings Out Of Various Metals.
    • To Prevent The Adhesion Of Modeling Sand To Castings.
    • Sand Holes In Cast-brass Work.
    • Black Wash For Casting Molds.
    • How To Make A Plaster Cast Of A Coin Or Medal.
    • How To Make Castings Of Insects.
    • Casting Of Soft Metal Castings.
    • Drosses.
    • Fuel.
    • Molds.
    • Plaster Molds.
    • Temperature Of Metal.
    • CASTOR OIL:
      • Purifying Rancid Castor Oil.
      • How To Pour Out Castor Oil.
      • Tasteless Castor Oil.—
      • How To Take Castor Oil.
      • Castor-oil Chocolate Lozenges.—
    • Purifying Rancid Castor Oil.
    • How To Pour Out Castor Oil.
    • Tasteless Castor Oil.—
    • How To Take Castor Oil.
    • Castor-oil Chocolate Lozenges.—
    • CATATYPY.
    • CATGUT:
      • Preparation Of Catgut Sutures.
    • Preparation Of Catgut Sutures.
    • CELERY COMPOUND.
    • CELLULOID
      • New Celluloid.
      • Formol Albumen For Preparation Of Celluloid.
      • Plastic Substances Of Nitro-cellulose Base.
      • Improved Celluloid.
      • Preparation Of Uninflammable Celluloid.
      • Substitute For Camphor In The Preparation Of Celluloid And Applicable To Other Purposes.
      • Plastic And Elastic Composition.
      • Production Of Substances Resembling Celluloid.
      • Elastic Substitute For Celluloid.
      • Celluloid Of Reduced Inflammability.
      • Solvents For Celluloid.
      • Softening And Cementing Celluloid.
      • Mending Celluloid.
      • Printing On Celluloid.
      • Colored Celluloid.—
      • Bleaching Celluloid.
      • Process Of Impregnating Fabrics With Celluloid.
    • New Celluloid.
    • Formol Albumen For Preparation Of Celluloid.
    • Plastic Substances Of Nitro-cellulose Base.
    • Improved Celluloid.
    • Preparation Of Uninflammable Celluloid.
    • Substitute For Camphor In The Preparation Of Celluloid And Applicable To Other Purposes.
    • Plastic And Elastic Composition.
    • Production Of Substances Resembling Celluloid.
    • Elastic Substitute For Celluloid.
    • Celluloid Of Reduced Inflammability.
    • Solvents For Celluloid.
    • Softening And Cementing Celluloid.
    • Mending Celluloid.
    • Printing On Celluloid.
    • Colored Celluloid.—
    • Bleaching Celluloid.
    • Process Of Impregnating Fabrics With Celluloid.
    • CEMENTS
      • Putty For Celluloid.
      • Plumbers’ Cement.
      • Cement For Steam And Water Pipes.
      • Gutter Cement.
      • Cement For Pipe Joints.
      • Protection For Cement Work.
      • Puncture Cement.
      • To Fix Iron In Stone.
      • White Portland Cement.
      • Cement For Closing Cracks In Stoves.
      • Cement For Waterpipe.
      • Cement For Pallet Stones.
      • Dental Cements:
    • Putty For Celluloid.
    • Plumbers’ Cement.
    • Cement For Steam And Water Pipes.
    • Gutter Cement.
    • Cement For Pipe Joints.
    • Protection For Cement Work.
    • Puncture Cement.
    • To Fix Iron In Stone.
    • White Portland Cement.
    • Cement For Closing Cracks In Stoves.
    • Cement For Waterpipe.
    • Cement For Pallet Stones.
    • Dental Cements:
    • CHALK FOR TAILORS.
    • CERAMICS
      • Notes For Potters, Glass-, And Brick-makers.
      • To Cut Pottery.
      • Brick and Tilemakers’ Glazed Bricks:
      • Bodies Requiring No Stain:
      • Special Recipes For Pottery And Brick and Tile Works:
      • Pottery Bodies And Glazes:
      • Colored Bodies:
      • Colored Glazes For Pottery:
      • White Glazes:
      • Rockingham Glazes.
      • Materials:
    • Notes For Potters, Glass-, And Brick-makers.
    • To Cut Pottery.
    • Brick and Tilemakers’ Glazed Bricks:
    • Bodies Requiring No Stain:
    • Special Recipes For Pottery And Brick and Tile Works:
    • Pottery Bodies And Glazes:
    • Colored Bodies:
    • Colored Glazes For Pottery:
    • White Glazes:
    • Rockingham Glazes.
    • Materials:
    • CHEESE
      • Manufacture.
      • American Factory.
      • Brickbat.
      • Brie.
      • Cheddar.
      • Cheshire.
      • Cottenham.
      • Cream.
      • Damson.
      • Derbyshire.
      • Dunlop.
      • Dutch (Holland).
      • Emmenthaler.
      • Gloucester.
      • Green Or Sage.
      • Gruyère.
      • Holland.
      • Leguminous.
      • Limburger.
      • Lincoln.
      • Neufchâtel.
      • Norfolk.
      • Parmesan.
      • Roquefort.
      • Roquefort, Imitation.
      • Sage.
      • Slipcoat Or Soft.
      • Stilton.
      • Suffolk.
      • Swiss.
      • Westphalian.
      • Wiltshire.
      • York.
      • Goats’ Milk Cheese.
    • Manufacture.
    • American Factory.
    • Brickbat.
    • Brie.
    • Cheddar.
    • Cheshire.
    • Cottenham.
    • Cream.
    • Damson.
    • Derbyshire.
    • Dunlop.
    • Dutch (Holland).
    • Emmenthaler.
    • Gloucester.
    • Green Or Sage.
    • Gruyère.
    • Holland.
    • Leguminous.
    • Limburger.
    • Lincoln.
    • Neufchâtel.
    • Norfolk.
    • Parmesan.
    • Roquefort.
    • Roquefort, Imitation.
    • Sage.
    • Slipcoat Or Soft.
    • Stilton.
    • Suffolk.
    • Swiss.
    • Westphalian.
    • Wiltshire.
    • York.
    • Goats’ Milk Cheese.
    • CHEWING GUMS
      • Manufacture.
    • Manufacture.
    • CHINA RIVETING.
    • CHOCOLATE.
      • Coating Tablets With Chocolate.
    • Coating Tablets With Chocolate.
    • CHOLERA REMEDIES:
      • Sun Cholera Mixture.—
      • Squibb’s Diarrhea Mixture.—
      • Aromatic Rhubarb.—
      • Rhubarb And Camphor.—
      • Blackberry Mixture.—
    • Sun Cholera Mixture.—
    • Squibb’s Diarrhea Mixture.—
    • Aromatic Rhubarb.—
    • Rhubarb And Camphor.—
    • Blackberry Mixture.—
    • CHROMO MAKING.
    • CIDER
      • To Make Cider.
      • Champagne Cider.
      • Cider Preservative.
      • Artificial Ciders.
      • Bottling Sweet Cider.
      • Imitation Cider.—
    • To Make Cider.
    • Champagne Cider.
    • Cider Preservative.
    • Artificial Ciders.
    • Bottling Sweet Cider.
    • Imitation Cider.—
    • CIGARS
      • Cigar Sizes And Colors.
      • How To Keep Cigars.
      • Cigar Flavoring.
      • Cigar Spots.
    • Cigar Sizes And Colors.
    • How To Keep Cigars.
    • Cigar Flavoring.
    • Cigar Spots.
    • CLARIFYING.
    • CLAY:
      • Claying Mixture For Forges.
      • Plastic Modeling Clay.
    • Claying Mixture For Forges.
    • Plastic Modeling Clay.
    • CLEANING PREPARATIONS AND METHODS
      • To Remove Stains From The Hands:
      • Cleaning Gilded Articles:
      • Spot And Stain Removers:
      • Cleaning Skins And Leather
      • Straw-hat Renovation:
      • Paint, Varnish, And Enamel Removers:
      • Ink Eradicators:
      • Cleaning Of Walls, Ceilings, And Wall Paper:
      • Clothes And Fabric Cleaners:
      • Cleaning Painted And Varnished Surfaces:
      • Glove Cleaners:
      • Stone Cleaning:
      • Rust Removers:
      • Metal Cleaning:
      • Oil-, Grease-, Paint-spot Eradicators:
      • Watchmakers’ And Jewelers’ Cleaning Preparations:
      • Glass Cleaning:
      • Miscellaneous Cleaning Methods And Processes:
    • To Remove Stains From The Hands:
    • Cleaning Gilded Articles:
    • Spot And Stain Removers:
    • Cleaning Skins And Leather
    • Straw-hat Renovation:
    • Paint, Varnish, And Enamel Removers:
    • Ink Eradicators:
    • Cleaning Of Walls, Ceilings, And Wall Paper:
    • Clothes And Fabric Cleaners:
    • Cleaning Painted And Varnished Surfaces:
    • Glove Cleaners:
    • Stone Cleaning:
    • Rust Removers:
    • Metal Cleaning:
    • Oil-, Grease-, Paint-spot Eradicators:
    • Watchmakers’ And Jewelers’ Cleaning Preparations:
    • Glass Cleaning:
    • Miscellaneous Cleaning Methods And Processes:
    • COFFEE, SUBSTITUTES FOR.
    • COLD AND COUGH MIXTURES
      • Cough Syrup.
      • Benzoic-acid Pastilles.—
      • Cough Balsam With Iceland Moss.—
      • Balsamic Cough Syrup.—
      • Whooping-cough Remedies.
      • Expectorant Mixtures.—
      • Eucalyptus Bonbons For Coughs.—
    • Cough Syrup.
    • Benzoic-acid Pastilles.—
    • Cough Balsam With Iceland Moss.—
    • Balsamic Cough Syrup.—
    • Whooping-cough Remedies.
    • Expectorant Mixtures.—
    • Eucalyptus Bonbons For Coughs.—
    • COLLODION.
    • CONDIMENTS
      • Chowchow.—
      • Essence Of Extract Of Soup Herbs.
      • Tomato Bouillon Extract.
      • Mock Turtle Extract.
      • Relishes:
      • Table Sauces:
      • Flavoring Spices.
      • Mustard:
    • Chowchow.—
    • Essence Of Extract Of Soup Herbs.
    • Tomato Bouillon Extract.
    • Mock Turtle Extract.
    • Relishes:
    • Table Sauces:
    • Flavoring Spices.
    • Mustard:
    • CONFECTIONERY
      • Cream Bonbons For Hoarseness.
      • Nut Candy Sticks.
      • Fig Squares.
      • Caramels.
      • Candy Orange Drops.
      • Gum Drops.
      • A Good Summer Taffy.
      • Chewing Candy.
      • Montpelier Cough Drops.—
      • Medicated Cough Drops.—
      • Horehound Candy.—
      • Menthol Cough Drops.—
      • Violet Flavor For Candy.
      • Confectionery Colors.
      • Voice And Throat Lozenges.—
    • Cream Bonbons For Hoarseness.
    • Nut Candy Sticks.
    • Fig Squares.
    • Caramels.
    • Candy Orange Drops.
    • Gum Drops.
    • A Good Summer Taffy.
    • Chewing Candy.
    • Montpelier Cough Drops.—
    • Medicated Cough Drops.—
    • Horehound Candy.—
    • Menthol Cough Drops.—
    • Violet Flavor For Candy.
    • Confectionery Colors.
    • Voice And Throat Lozenges.—
    • COPPER
      • Annealing Copper.—
      • Copper Coloring:
      • Tempered Copper.
    • Annealing Copper.—
    • Copper Coloring:
    • Tempered Copper.
    • COPYING PRINTED PICTURES.
      • Copying Process On Wood.
      • How To Reproduce Old Prints.
      • To Copy Old Letters, Manuscripts, Etc.
    • Copying Process On Wood.
    • How To Reproduce Old Prints.
    • To Copy Old Letters, Manuscripts, Etc.
    • CORDAGE:
      • Strong Twine.
      • Preservation Of Fishing Nets.
    • Strong Twine.
    • Preservation Of Fishing Nets.
    • CORKS:
      • Impervious Corks.
      • Non-porous Corks.
      • Substitute For Cork.
    • Impervious Corks.
    • Non-porous Corks.
    • Substitute For Cork.
    • CORN CURES:
      • Corn Plaster.
      • Corn Cure.
      • Removal Of Corns.
      • Treatment Of Bunions.
      • The Treatment Of Corns.
    • Corn Plaster.
    • Corn Cure.
    • Removal Of Corns.
    • Treatment Of Bunions.
    • The Treatment Of Corns.
    • COSMETICS
      • Cold Cream.
      • Lip Salves:
      • Manicure Preparations:
      • Pomades:
      • Rouges And Paints:
      • Skin Foods.
      • Blackhead Remedies.
      • Hand Creams And Lotions:
      • Massage Creams:
      • Skin Bleaches, Balms, Lotions, Etc.:
      • Toilet Creams:
      • Toilet Milks:
      • Sunburn And Freckle Remedies.
      • Liver Spots.
      • Toilet Powders:
      • Toilet Vinegars:
      • Toilet Waters:
    • Cold Cream.
    • Lip Salves:
    • Manicure Preparations:
    • Pomades:
    • Rouges And Paints:
    • Skin Foods.
    • Blackhead Remedies.
    • Hand Creams And Lotions:
    • Massage Creams:
    • Skin Bleaches, Balms, Lotions, Etc.:
    • Toilet Creams:
    • Toilet Milks:
    • Sunburn And Freckle Remedies.
    • Liver Spots.
    • Toilet Powders:
    • Toilet Vinegars:
    • Toilet Waters:
    • COTTON
      • Bleaching Of Cotton:
      • Tests For Cotton.
      • Aromatic Cotton.
      • Cotton Degreasing.
    • Bleaching Of Cotton:
    • Tests For Cotton.
    • Aromatic Cotton.
    • Cotton Degreasing.
    • COTTONSEED HULLS AS STOCK FOOD.
    • COURT PLASTERS
      • Liquid Court Plaster.
    • Liquid Court Plaster.
    • CRAYONS FOR GRAINING AND MARBLING.
    • CREAM
      • Whipped Cream.
    • Whipped Cream.
    • CRESOL EMULSION.
    • CROCUS.
    • CUSTARD POWDER:
    • DAMASKEENING
      • Damaskeening By Electrolysis.
      • Damaskeening On Enamel Dials.
    • Damaskeening By Electrolysis.
    • Damaskeening On Enamel Dials.
    • DECALCOMANIA PROCESSES:
      • Applying Decalcomania Pictures On Ceramic Products Under A Glaze.
      • Decalcomania Paper.
      • Picture Transferrer.
    • Applying Decalcomania Pictures On Ceramic Products Under A Glaze.
    • Decalcomania Paper.
    • Picture Transferrer.
    • DENTIFRICES
      • Tooth Powders:
      • Liquid Dentifrices And Tooth Washes:
      • Tooth Soaps And Pastes:
      • Mouth Washes.
    • Tooth Powders:
    • Liquid Dentifrices And Tooth Washes:
    • Tooth Soaps And Pastes:
    • Mouth Washes.
    • DEPILATORIES
      • Depilatory Cream.
    • Depilatory Cream.
    • DIAMOND TESTS:
    • DIE VENTING.
    • DIGESTIVE POWDERS AND TABLETS.
      • Sal Physiologicum.
      • Digestive Tablets.—
    • Sal Physiologicum.
    • Digestive Tablets.—
    • DISINFECTANTS
      • Disinfecting Fluids.—
      • Disinfecting Fluids Or Weed-killers.—
      • Disinfecting Powders.
    • Disinfecting Fluids.—
    • Disinfecting Fluids Or Weed-killers.—
    • Disinfecting Powders.
    • DOG BISCUIT.
    • DOSES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN.
    • DRAWINGS, PRESERVATION OF.
    • DYES
      • Aniline Black.
      • Black On Cotton.
      • Black Straw Hat Varnish.
      • Chrome Black For Wool.
      • Black Dye On Wool, For Mixtures.
      • Bismarck Brown.
      • Chestnut Brown For Straw Bonnets.
      • Cinnamon Or Brown For Cotton And Silk.
      • Brown Dye For Cotton Or Linen.
      • Brown For Silk.
      • Brown Dye For Wool.
      • Brown For Cotton.
      • Dark Snuff Brown For Wool.
      • Brown For Wool And Silk.
      • Alkali Blue And Nicholson’s Blue.
      • Aniline Blue.
      • Blue On Cotton.
      • Sky Blue On Cotton.
      • Blue Dye For Hosiery.
      • Dark-blue Dye.
      • Saxon Blue.
      • Logwood And Indigo Blue.
      • Blue Purple For Silk.
      • Blue Purple For Wool.
      • To Make Extract Of Indigo Blue.
      • Light Silver Drab.
      • Gray Dyes:
      • Green Dyes:
      • Purple And Violet Dyes:
      • Red, Crimson, And Pink Dyes:
      • Yellow, Orange, And Bronze Dyes:
      • Feather Dyes.
      • Dyes For Artificial Flowers.
      • Dyes For Furs:
      • Dyes For Hats.
      • To Dye, Stiffen, and Bleach Felt Hats.
      • Liquid Dye Colors.
      • Unclassified Dyers’ Recipes:
      • Dyes And Dyestuffs.
      • Lakes:
      • Black Lakes For Wall-paper Manufacture:
      • Carmine Lake For Wall Paper And Colored Papers.
      • English Pink.—
      • Dutch Pink.—
      • Rose Pink.—
      • Dyes, Colors, Etc., For Textile Goods:
      • Dyeing Silk Or Cotton Fabrics With Aniline Dyes:
    • Aniline Black.
    • Black On Cotton.
    • Black Straw Hat Varnish.
    • Chrome Black For Wool.
    • Black Dye On Wool, For Mixtures.
    • Bismarck Brown.
    • Chestnut Brown For Straw Bonnets.
    • Cinnamon Or Brown For Cotton And Silk.
    • Brown Dye For Cotton Or Linen.
    • Brown For Silk.
    • Brown Dye For Wool.
    • Brown For Cotton.
    • Dark Snuff Brown For Wool.
    • Brown For Wool And Silk.
    • Alkali Blue And Nicholson’s Blue.
    • Aniline Blue.
    • Blue On Cotton.
    • Sky Blue On Cotton.
    • Blue Dye For Hosiery.
    • Dark-blue Dye.
    • Saxon Blue.
    • Logwood And Indigo Blue.
    • Blue Purple For Silk.
    • Blue Purple For Wool.
    • To Make Extract Of Indigo Blue.
    • Light Silver Drab.
    • Gray Dyes:
    • Green Dyes:
    • Purple And Violet Dyes:
    • Red, Crimson, And Pink Dyes:
    • Yellow, Orange, And Bronze Dyes:
    • Feather Dyes.
    • Dyes For Artificial Flowers.
    • Dyes For Furs:
    • Dyes For Hats.
    • To Dye, Stiffen, and Bleach Felt Hats.
    • Liquid Dye Colors.
    • Unclassified Dyers’ Recipes:
    • Dyes And Dyestuffs.
    • Lakes:
    • Black Lakes For Wall-paper Manufacture:
    • Carmine Lake For Wall Paper And Colored Papers.
    • English Pink.—
    • Dutch Pink.—
    • Rose Pink.—
    • Dyes, Colors, Etc., For Textile Goods:
    • Dyeing Silk Or Cotton Fabrics With Aniline Dyes:
    • ECZEMA DUSTING POWDER FOR CHILDREN.
    • EGGS
      • To Discover The Age Of Eggs.
      • Weights Of Eggs.
      • Dried Yolk Of Egg.
      • Egg Oil.—
      • Artificial Egg Oil.—
      • Egg Powder.—
      • The Preservation Of Eggs.
    • To Discover The Age Of Eggs.
    • Weights Of Eggs.
    • Dried Yolk Of Egg.
    • Egg Oil.—
    • Artificial Egg Oil.—
    • Egg Powder.—
    • The Preservation Of Eggs.
    • ELAINE SUBSTITUTE.
    • ELECTROPLATING AND ELECTROTYPING
      • Process Of Electroplating.
      • Some Notes On Electrotyping, Plating, And Gilding.
    • Process Of Electroplating.
    • Some Notes On Electrotyping, Plating, And Gilding.
    • ELM TEA.
    • EMBALMING FLUIDS.
    • EMERY:
      • Emery Grinder.
      • Preparing Emery For Lapping.
      • Removing Glaze From Emery Wheels.
      • Emery Substitute.
    • Emery Grinder.
    • Preparing Emery For Lapping.
    • Removing Glaze From Emery Wheels.
    • Emery Substitute.
    • EMULSIFIERS:
      • Rosin Soap As An Emulsifier.
      • Yolk Of Egg As An Emulsifier.
      • Emulgen.
    • Rosin Soap As An Emulsifier.
    • Yolk Of Egg As An Emulsifier.
    • Emulgen.
    • ENAMELING
      • Commercial Enameling.
      • Enameled Iron Recipes.
      • Fusible Enamel Colors.
      • Preparation Of Enamels.
      • Jewelers’ Enamels.
      • Various Enamels For Precious Metals
    • Commercial Enameling.
    • Enameled Iron Recipes.
    • Fusible Enamel Colors.
    • Preparation Of Enamels.
    • Jewelers’ Enamels.
    • Various Enamels For Precious Metals
    • ENGRAVING SPOON HANDLES.
    • ENGRAVINGS: THEIR PRESERVATION
      • Cleaning Of Copperplate Engravings.
      • Restoration Of Old Prints.
      • To Reduce Engravings.
    • Cleaning Of Copperplate Engravings.
    • Restoration Of Old Prints.
    • To Reduce Engravings.
    • ESSENCES AND EXTRACTS OF FRUITS
      • Preservation Of Fruit Juices.
      • Prevention Of Foaming And Partial Caramelization Of Fruit Juices.
      • Essences And Extracts:
      • Harmless Colors For Use In Syrups, Etc.:
      • To Test Fruit Juices For Salicylic Acid.
      • Syrups Selected from the For­mu­lary of the Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal So­ci­ety of Ant­werp.—
    • Preservation Of Fruit Juices.
    • Prevention Of Foaming And Partial Caramelization Of Fruit Juices.
    • Essences And Extracts:
    • Harmless Colors For Use In Syrups, Etc.:
    • To Test Fruit Juices For Salicylic Acid.
    • Syrups Selected from the For­mu­lary of the Phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal So­ci­ety of Ant­werp.—
    • ETCHING
      • General Instructions For Etching.
      • Covering Agents Or Resists.
      • Etching-ground.
      • Etching-ground For Copper Engraving.
      • Ground For Relief Etching.
      • For Strongly Acid Solutions.
      • Etching Fluids.
      • Etching Fluids For Iron And Steel.
      • For Delicate Etchings On Steel.
      • Etching Powder For Iron And Steel.
      • Relief Etching Of Copper, Steel, And Brass.
      • For Etching Copper, Brass, And Tombac.
      • Etching Fluid For Copper.
      • Matt Etching Of Copper.
      • Etching Fluid For Brass.
      • Etching Fluid For Brass To Make Stencils.
      • Etching Fluid For Zinc.
      • Relief Etching Of Zinc.
      • Etching Fluid For Aluminum.
      • Etching Fluid For Tin Or Pewter.
      • Etching Fluids For Silver.
      • Etching Fluid For Gold.
      • Etching Fluid For Copper, Zinc, And Steel.
      • Etching Fluid For Lead, Antimony, And Britannia Metal.
      • Etching Powder For Metals
      • Electro-etching.
      • Etching Bath For Brass.
      • Etching On Copper.
      • Etching Fluids For Copper.
      • Etching On Glass.
    • General Instructions For Etching.
    • Covering Agents Or Resists.
    • Etching-ground.
    • Etching-ground For Copper Engraving.
    • Ground For Relief Etching.
    • For Strongly Acid Solutions.
    • Etching Fluids.
    • Etching Fluids For Iron And Steel.
    • For Delicate Etchings On Steel.
    • Etching Powder For Iron And Steel.
    • Relief Etching Of Copper, Steel, And Brass.
    • For Etching Copper, Brass, And Tombac.
    • Etching Fluid For Copper.
    • Matt Etching Of Copper.
    • Etching Fluid For Brass.
    • Etching Fluid For Brass To Make Stencils.
    • Etching Fluid For Zinc.
    • Relief Etching Of Zinc.
    • Etching Fluid For Aluminum.
    • Etching Fluid For Tin Or Pewter.
    • Etching Fluids For Silver.
    • Etching Fluid For Gold.
    • Etching Fluid For Copper, Zinc, And Steel.
    • Etching Fluid For Lead, Antimony, And Britannia Metal.
    • Etching Powder For Metals
    • Electro-etching.
    • Etching Bath For Brass.
    • Etching On Copper.
    • Etching Fluids For Copper.
    • Etching On Glass.
    • EXPLOSIVES
      • Dynamite.
      • Smokeless Powder.
      • Berge’s Blasting Powder.
      • Safety In Explosives
      • Inflammable Explosive With Chlorate Of Potash.
      • Gun Cotton.
      • Soluble Gun Cotton.
      • Fulminates:
    • Dynamite.
    • Smokeless Powder.
    • Berge’s Blasting Powder.
    • Safety In Explosives
    • Inflammable Explosive With Chlorate Of Potash.
    • Gun Cotton.
    • Soluble Gun Cotton.
    • Fulminates:
    • EYE LOTIONS:
      • “Black Eye” Lotion.
      • Foreign Matter In The Eye.
      • Drops Of Lime In The Eye.
    • “Black Eye” Lotion.
    • Foreign Matter In The Eye.
    • Drops Of Lime In The Eye.
    • FATS
      • Bear Fat.
      • Bleaching Bone Fat.
      • Bleaching Tallows And Fats.
      • Coloring Matter In Fats.
      • Fatty Acid Fermentation Process.
      • Preservation Of Fats.
      • Purifying Oils And Fats.
    • Bear Fat.
    • Bleaching Bone Fat.
    • Bleaching Tallows And Fats.
    • Coloring Matter In Fats.
    • Fatty Acid Fermentation Process.
    • Preservation Of Fats.
    • Purifying Oils And Fats.
    • FEATHER BLEACHING AND COLORING:
      • Bleaching And Coloring Feathers.
      • Bleaching Plumes.
      • Methods Of Dyeing Feathers.
    • Bleaching And Coloring Feathers.
    • Bleaching Plumes.
    • Methods Of Dyeing Feathers.
    • FERTILIZERS
      • Plant Fertilizers.
      • Artificial Fertilizers For Pot Plants.
      • Preparing Bone For Fertilizer.
      • Brewers’ Yeast And Fertilizers.
    • Plant Fertilizers.
    • Artificial Fertilizers For Pot Plants.
    • Preparing Bone For Fertilizer.
    • Brewers’ Yeast And Fertilizers.
    • FILES
      • Composition Files.
      • To Keep Files Clean
      • Recutting Old Files.
    • Composition Files.
    • To Keep Files Clean
    • Recutting Old Files.
    • FILTERS FOR WATER.
      • Alum Process Of Water Purification.
    • Alum Process Of Water Purification.
    • FIRE EXTINGUISHERS:
      • Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers.
      • Oil Extinguisher.
      • Substitute For Fire Grenades.
    • Dry Powder Fire Extinguishers.
    • Oil Extinguisher.
    • Substitute For Fire Grenades.
    • FIREPROOFING
      • For Textiles.
      • Fireproofing Of Wood.
      • Fireproofing Wood Pulp.
      • Fireproofing For Wood, Straw, Textiles, Etc.
      • Miscellaneous Formulas For Fireproofing.
    • For Textiles.
    • Fireproofing Of Wood.
    • Fireproofing Wood Pulp.
    • Fireproofing For Wood, Straw, Textiles, Etc.
    • Miscellaneous Formulas For Fireproofing.
    • FISH BAIT.
    • FIXATIVES FOR CRAYON DRAWINGS, ETC.
    • FLOOR DRESSINGS
      • Oil Stains For Hard Floors.
      • Paraffining Of Floors.
      • Ball-room Floor Powder.—
      • Renovating Old Parquet Floors.
    • Oil Stains For Hard Floors.
    • Paraffining Of Floors.
    • Ball-room Floor Powder.—
    • Renovating Old Parquet Floors.
    • FLOWER PRESERVATIVES.
      • Stuccoed Gypsum Flowers.
      • Artificial Coloring Of Flowers.
    • Stuccoed Gypsum Flowers.
    • Artificial Coloring Of Flowers.
    • FLUORESCENT LIQUIDS.
    • FLY-PAPERS AND FLY-POISONS
      • Sticky Fly-papers.
      • Poisonous Fly-papers.—
      • Fly-poison.—
      • Non-poisonous Fly-papers.
      • Removing The Gum Of Sticky Fly-paper.
    • Sticky Fly-papers.
    • Poisonous Fly-papers.—
    • Fly-poison.—
    • Non-poisonous Fly-papers.
    • Removing The Gum Of Sticky Fly-paper.
    • FOAM PREPARATIONS.
    • FOOD ADULTERANTS, SIMPLE TESTS FOR THEIR DETECTION.
      • Chemical Reagents.
      • Determination Of Preservatives.
      • Detection Of Salicylic Acid.
      • Detection Of Benzoic Acid.
      • Detection Of Boric Acid And Borax.
      • Detection Of Formaldehyde.
      • Detection Of Saccharine.
      • Determination Of Artificial Colors: Detection Of Coal-tar Dyes.
      • Detection Of Copper.
      • Detection Of Turmeric.
      • Detection Of Caramel.
      • Examination Of Certain Classes Of Foods:
      • Dairy Products:
      • Flavoring Extracts.
      • Food Colorants.
      • Infant Foods:
      • Meat Preservatives.
    • Chemical Reagents.
    • Determination Of Preservatives.
    • Detection Of Salicylic Acid.
    • Detection Of Benzoic Acid.
    • Detection Of Boric Acid And Borax.
    • Detection Of Formaldehyde.
    • Detection Of Saccharine.
    • Determination Of Artificial Colors: Detection Of Coal-tar Dyes.
    • Detection Of Copper.
    • Detection Of Turmeric.
    • Detection Of Caramel.
    • Examination Of Certain Classes Of Foods:
    • Dairy Products:
    • Flavoring Extracts.
    • Food Colorants.
    • Infant Foods:
    • Meat Preservatives.
    • FOOT-POWDERS AND SOLUTIONS
      • Salicylated Talcum.—
      • Solutions For Perspiring Feet.—
    • Salicylated Talcum.—
    • Solutions For Perspiring Feet.—
    • FORMALDEHYDE:
      • Commercial Formaldehyde.
      • Determination Of The Presence Of Formaldehyde In Solutions.
    • Commercial Formaldehyde.
    • Determination Of The Presence Of Formaldehyde In Solutions.
    • FRAMES: THEIR PROTECTION FROM FLIES.
    • FREEZING PREVENTIVES
      • Liquid For Cooling Automobile Engines.
      • Anti-freezing Solution For Automobilists.
      • Anti-freezing, Non-corrosive Solution.
      • Anti-frost Solution.
      • Protection Of Acetylene Apparatus From Frost.
      • Frost Bite.
    • Liquid For Cooling Automobile Engines.
    • Anti-freezing Solution For Automobilists.
    • Anti-freezing, Non-corrosive Solution.
    • Anti-frost Solution.
    • Protection Of Acetylene Apparatus From Frost.
    • Frost Bite.
    • FRUIT PRESERVING
      • How To Keep Fruit.
    • How To Keep Fruit.
    • FUMIGANTS
      • Fumigating Candles.
      • Fumigating Perfumes.
      • Fumigating Ribbon.
      • Perfumed Fumigating Pastilles.—
    • Fumigating Candles.
    • Fumigating Perfumes.
    • Fumigating Ribbon.
    • Perfumed Fumigating Pastilles.—
    • FURS:
      • To Clean Furs.
      • To Preserve Furs.
    • To Clean Furs.
    • To Preserve Furs.
    • FURNACE JACKET.
    • GARDENS, CHEMICAL:
    • GELATIN:
      • French Gelatin.
      • To Clarify Solutions Of Gelatin, Glues, Etc.
      • Air Bubbles In Gelatin.
    • French Gelatin.
    • To Clarify Solutions Of Gelatin, Glues, Etc.
    • Air Bubbles In Gelatin.
    • GEMS, ARTIFICIAL:
    • GLASS
      • Bent Glass.
      • Colored Glass.
      • Coloring Electric-light Bulbs And Globes.
      • Rose-tint Glass.
      • Cutting, Drilling, Grinding, And Shaping Glass:
      • Gilding Glass.
      • Glass Manufacturing:
      • Water-tight Glass:
      • Pencils For Marking Glass:
      • Prevention Of Fogging, Dimming, And Clouding.
      • Frosted Glass.
      • Removing Window Frost.
      • Writing On Glass:
    • Bent Glass.
    • Colored Glass.
    • Coloring Electric-light Bulbs And Globes.
    • Rose-tint Glass.
    • Cutting, Drilling, Grinding, And Shaping Glass:
    • Gilding Glass.
    • Glass Manufacturing:
    • Water-tight Glass:
    • Pencils For Marking Glass:
    • Prevention Of Fogging, Dimming, And Clouding.
    • Frosted Glass.
    • Removing Window Frost.
    • Writing On Glass:
    • GLAZES
      • Glazes For Cooking Vessels.
      • Glazing On Size Colors.
      • Coating Metallic Surfaces With Glass.
      • Glaze For Bricks.
    • Glazes For Cooking Vessels.
    • Glazing On Size Colors.
    • Coating Metallic Surfaces With Glass.
    • Glaze For Bricks.
    • GLUE
      • Rendering Glue Insoluble In Water.
      • To Bleach Glue.
      • Method Of Purifying Glue.
      • To Distinguish Glue And Other Adhesive Agents.
    • Rendering Glue Insoluble In Water.
    • To Bleach Glue.
    • Method Of Purifying Glue.
    • To Distinguish Glue And Other Adhesive Agents.
    • GLYCERINE
      • Recovering Glycerine From Soap Boiler’s Lye.
    • Recovering Glycerine From Soap Boiler’s Lye.
    • GOLD
      • Gold Printing On Oilcloth And Imitation Leather.
      • Liquid Gold.
      • Preparation Of Balsam Of Sulphur.
      • To Purify Bismuth.
      • To Recover The Gold From The Remains Of The Foregoing Process.
      • Treatment Of Brittle Gold.
      • Assaying Of Gold.
      • Gold Welding.
      • To Recover Gold-leaf Waste.
      • Gold From Acid Coloring Baths.
      • Parting With Concentrated Sulphuric Acid.
      • To Remove Gold From Silver.
      • Simple Specific Gravity Test.
      • To Make Fat Oil Gold Size.
      • To Dissolve Copper From Gold Articles.
      • Gold Purple.
      • To Render Pale Gold Darker.
      • To Color Gold.
      • Gold-leaf Striping.
      • Composition Of Aqua Fortis For The Touch-stone.
      • To Remove Soft Solder From Gold.
      • Tipping Gold Pens.
      • To Recognize Whether An Article Is Gilt.
      • To Burnish Gilt Work.
      • White-gold Plates Without Solder.
      • To Fuse Gold Dust.
    • Gold Printing On Oilcloth And Imitation Leather.
    • Liquid Gold.
    • Preparation Of Balsam Of Sulphur.
    • To Purify Bismuth.
    • To Recover The Gold From The Remains Of The Foregoing Process.
    • Treatment Of Brittle Gold.
    • Assaying Of Gold.
    • Gold Welding.
    • To Recover Gold-leaf Waste.
    • Gold From Acid Coloring Baths.
    • Parting With Concentrated Sulphuric Acid.
    • To Remove Gold From Silver.
    • Simple Specific Gravity Test.
    • To Make Fat Oil Gold Size.
    • To Dissolve Copper From Gold Articles.
    • Gold Purple.
    • To Render Pale Gold Darker.
    • To Color Gold.
    • Gold-leaf Striping.
    • Composition Of Aqua Fortis For The Touch-stone.
    • To Remove Soft Solder From Gold.
    • Tipping Gold Pens.
    • To Recognize Whether An Article Is Gilt.
    • To Burnish Gilt Work.
    • White-gold Plates Without Solder.
    • To Fuse Gold Dust.
    • GRAIN.
      • Formalin Treatment Of Seed Grain For Smut.
    • Formalin Treatment Of Seed Grain For Smut.
    • GRAVEL WALKS.
    • GRAVERS:
      • To Prepare Gravers For Bright-cutting.
    • To Prepare Gravers For Bright-cutting.
    • GRINDSTONES:
      • To Mend Grindstones.
      • Treatment Of The Grindstone.
      • Grindstone Oil.
    • To Mend Grindstones.
    • Treatment Of The Grindstone.
    • Grindstone Oil.
    • GUMS:
      • Gums, Their Solubility In Alcohol.
      • Substitute For Gum Arabic.
    • Gums, Their Solubility In Alcohol.
    • Substitute For Gum Arabic.
    • GUNPOWDER STAINS.
    • GUTTA-PERCHA.
      • Gutta-percha Substitute.
    • Gutta-percha Substitute.
    • GYPSUM:
      • Method Of Hardening Gypsum And Rendering It Weather-proof.
    • Method Of Hardening Gypsum And Rendering It Weather-proof.
    • HAIR FOR MOUNTING.
    • HAIR PREPARATIONS
      • Dandruff Cures.
      • Hair-curling Liquids.
      • Hair Dressings And Washes:
      • Hair Dyes.
      • Hair Restorers And Tonics:
      • Pomades:
      • Shampoos:
    • Dandruff Cures.
    • Hair-curling Liquids.
    • Hair Dressings And Washes:
    • Hair Dyes.
    • Hair Restorers And Tonics:
    • Pomades:
    • Shampoos:
    • HATS:
      • Dyeing Straw Hats.
      • To Extract Shellac From Fur Hats.—
    • Dyeing Straw Hats.
    • To Extract Shellac From Fur Hats.—
    • HEADACHE REMEDIES:
      • Headache Cologne.
      • Liquid Headache Remedies.—
    • Headache Cologne.
    • Liquid Headache Remedies.—
    • HEDGE MUSTARD.
    • HERBARIUM SPECIMENS, MOUNTING.
    • HECTOGRAPH PADS AND INKS
      • Hectograph Inks
      • Repairing Hectographs.
      • Honey:
      • Honey Clarifier.
      • Detecting Dyed Honey.
    • Hectograph Inks
    • Repairing Hectographs.
    • Honey:
    • Honey Clarifier.
    • Detecting Dyed Honey.
    • HORN:
      • Artificial Horn.
      • Dehorners Or Horn Destroyers.
      • Staining Horns.
      • To Soften Horn.
    • Artificial Horn.
    • Dehorners Or Horn Destroyers.
    • Staining Horns.
    • To Soften Horn.
    • HOUSEHOLD FORMULAS
      • How To Lay Galvanized Iron Roofing.
      • Applications For Prickly Heat.
      • Cleaning And Polishing Linoleum.
      • Lavatory Deodorant.—
      • Removal Of Odors From Wooden Boxes, Chests, Drawers, Etc.
      • Stencil Marking Ink That Will Wash Out.
      • Washing Fluid.
      • Starch Luster.
      • To Make Loose Nails In Walls Rigid.
      • How To Keep Lamp Burners In Order.
      • To Remove The Odor From Pasteboard.
      • To Remove Woody Odor.
      • To Keep Flies Out Of A House.
      • An Easy Way To Wash A Heavy Comfortable.
      • Preservation Of Carpets.
      • To Do Away With Wiping Dishes.
      • A Convenient Table.—
      • How To Make A Cellar Waterproof.
      • Removing Old Wall Paper.
      • Stained Ceilings.
      • To Overcome Odors In Freshly Papered Rooms.
      • Treatment Of Damp Walls.
      • To Protect Papered Walls From Vermin.
      • Care Of Refrigerators.
      • Dust Preventers.
    • How To Lay Galvanized Iron Roofing.
    • Applications For Prickly Heat.
    • Cleaning And Polishing Linoleum.
    • Lavatory Deodorant.—
    • Removal Of Odors From Wooden Boxes, Chests, Drawers, Etc.
    • Stencil Marking Ink That Will Wash Out.
    • Washing Fluid.
    • Starch Luster.
    • To Make Loose Nails In Walls Rigid.
    • How To Keep Lamp Burners In Order.
    • To Remove The Odor From Pasteboard.
    • To Remove Woody Odor.
    • To Keep Flies Out Of A House.
    • An Easy Way To Wash A Heavy Comfortable.
    • Preservation Of Carpets.
    • To Do Away With Wiping Dishes.
    • A Convenient Table.—
    • How To Make A Cellar Waterproof.
    • Removing Old Wall Paper.
    • Stained Ceilings.
    • To Overcome Odors In Freshly Papered Rooms.
    • Treatment Of Damp Walls.
    • To Protect Papered Walls From Vermin.
    • Care Of Refrigerators.
    • Dust Preventers.
    • HYDROMETER AND ITS USE.
    • HYGROMETERS AND HYGROSCOPES:
      • Paper Hygrometers.
      • Colored Hygroscopes.
    • Paper Hygrometers.
    • Colored Hygroscopes.
    • ICE:
      • Measuring The Weight Of Ice.
      • To Keep Ice In Small Quantities.
      • Ice Flowers.
    • Measuring The Weight Of Ice.
    • To Keep Ice In Small Quantities.
    • Ice Flowers.
    • IGNITING COMPOSITION.
    • INKS
      • Blueprint Inks.
      • Drawing Inks:
      • Glass, Celluloid, And Metal Inks:
      • Gold Ink.
      • Horticultural Ink.
      • Indelible Inks.
      • India, China, Or Japan Ink.
      • Ink Powders And Lozenges.
      • Lithographic Inks.
      • Marking Or Labeling Inks:
      • Printing Inks.
      • Inks For Stamp Pads.
      • Stencil Inks.
      • Sympathetic Inks:
      • Typewriter Ribbon Inks.
      • Coloring Agents:
      • Writing Inks.
      • Copying Ink.
    • Blueprint Inks.
    • Drawing Inks:
    • Glass, Celluloid, And Metal Inks:
    • Gold Ink.
    • Horticultural Ink.
    • Indelible Inks.
    • India, China, Or Japan Ink.
    • Ink Powders And Lozenges.
    • Lithographic Inks.
    • Marking Or Labeling Inks:
    • Printing Inks.
    • Inks For Stamp Pads.
    • Stencil Inks.
    • Sympathetic Inks:
    • Typewriter Ribbon Inks.
    • Coloring Agents:
    • Writing Inks.
    • Copying Ink.
    • INLAYING BY ELECTROLYSIS.
    • INSECT BITES
      • Remedies For Insect Bites.
    • Remedies For Insect Bites.
    • INSECTICIDES
      • The Use Of Hydrocyanic Acid Gas For Exterminating Household Insects.
      • Applications For Cattle, Poultry, Etc.:
      • Ant Destroyers:
      • Bedbug Destroyers.
      • Fly-killers.
      • Remedies Against Human Parasites:
      • Insecticides For Plants.
      • Insect Powders.
    • The Use Of Hydrocyanic Acid Gas For Exterminating Household Insects.
    • Applications For Cattle, Poultry, Etc.:
    • Ant Destroyers:
    • Bedbug Destroyers.
    • Fly-killers.
    • Remedies Against Human Parasites:
    • Insecticides For Plants.
    • Insect Powders.
    • INSECT TRAP.
    • INSULATION
      • Electric Insulation:
      • Insulation Against Heat.
      • Insulation Against Moisture, Weather, Etc.
    • Electric Insulation:
    • Insulation Against Heat.
    • Insulation Against Moisture, Weather, Etc.
    • IODINE SOLVENT.
    • IODOFORM DEODORIZER.
    • IRON
      • To Color Iron Blue.
      • To Distinguish Iron From Steel.
      • Powder For Hardening Iron And Steel.
      • Preventing The Peeling Of Coatings For Iron.
      • To Soften Iron Castings.
      • To Whiten Iron.
    • To Color Iron Blue.
    • To Distinguish Iron From Steel.
    • Powder For Hardening Iron And Steel.
    • Preventing The Peeling Of Coatings For Iron.
    • To Soften Iron Castings.
    • To Whiten Iron.
    • IVORY
      • To Color Ivory:
      • Etching On Ivory
      • Flexible Ivory.
      • Hardened Ivory.
      • Imitation Ivory:
      • Ivory And Bone Bleaches.
      • Ivory Tests.
    • To Color Ivory:
    • Etching On Ivory
    • Flexible Ivory.
    • Hardened Ivory.
    • Imitation Ivory:
    • Ivory And Bone Bleaches.
    • Ivory Tests.
    • JEWELERS’ FORMULAS
      • Coloring Gold Jewelry.
      • To Widen A Jewel Hole.
      • To Clean Jet Jewelry.
      • Coloring Common Gold.
      • Shades Of Red, Etc., On Matt Gold Bijouterie.
      • To Matt Gilt Articles.
      • To Find The Number Of Carats.
      • Acid Test For Gold.
      • Imitation Diamonds.
      • Diamantine.
      • To Refine Board Sweepings.
      • Restoration Of The Color Of Turquoises.
      • Colorings For Jewelers’ Work.
      • 22-carat Solder.
      • Jewelers’ Alloys:
      • To Quickly Remove A Ring From A Swollen Finger.
      • Soldering A Jeweled Ring.
    • Coloring Gold Jewelry.
    • To Widen A Jewel Hole.
    • To Clean Jet Jewelry.
    • Coloring Common Gold.
    • Shades Of Red, Etc., On Matt Gold Bijouterie.
    • To Matt Gilt Articles.
    • To Find The Number Of Carats.
    • Acid Test For Gold.
    • Imitation Diamonds.
    • Diamantine.
    • To Refine Board Sweepings.
    • Restoration Of The Color Of Turquoises.
    • Colorings For Jewelers’ Work.
    • 22-carat Solder.
    • Jewelers’ Alloys:
    • To Quickly Remove A Ring From A Swollen Finger.
    • Soldering A Jeweled Ring.
    • KALSOMINE
      • Sizing Walls For Kalsomine.
    • Sizing Walls For Kalsomine.
    • KEROSENE DEODORIZER:
    • KOUMISS SUBSTITUTE:
    • LACQUERS
      • Lac And The Art Of Lacquering.
      • Lacquer For Aluminum.
      • Lacquer For Brass.—
      • Lacquer For Bronze.
      • Celluloid Lacquer.
      • Colored Lacquer.
      • Lacquer For Copper.
      • Ebony Lacquer.
      • Gold Lacquers:
      • Liquid Bottle Lac.
      • Lithographic Lacquer.
      • Lacquer For Microscopes, Mathematical Instruments, Etc.
      • To Fix Alcoholic Lacquers On Metallic Surfaces.
      • Lacquer For Oil Paintings.
      • Lacquers For Papers.
      • Lacquer For Stoves And Other Articles To Withstand Heat.
      • Miscellaneous Recipes:
    • Lac And The Art Of Lacquering.
    • Lacquer For Aluminum.
    • Lacquer For Brass.—
    • Lacquer For Bronze.
    • Celluloid Lacquer.
    • Colored Lacquer.
    • Lacquer For Copper.
    • Ebony Lacquer.
    • Gold Lacquers:
    • Liquid Bottle Lac.
    • Lithographic Lacquer.
    • Lacquer For Microscopes, Mathematical Instruments, Etc.
    • To Fix Alcoholic Lacquers On Metallic Surfaces.
    • Lacquer For Oil Paintings.
    • Lacquers For Papers.
    • Lacquer For Stoves And Other Articles To Withstand Heat.
    • Miscellaneous Recipes:
    • LAMPBLACK:
    • LAMPS:
      • Coloring Incandescent Lamps.
    • Coloring Incandescent Lamps.
    • LARD:
      • Detection Of Cottonseed Oil In Lard.
    • Detection Of Cottonseed Oil In Lard.
    • LAUNDRY PREPARATIONS
      • Bluing Compounds:
      • Starches.
      • Washing Fluids, Bricks And Powders:
    • Bluing Compounds:
    • Starches.
    • Washing Fluids, Bricks And Powders:
    • LEAD:
      • Simple Test For Red Lead And Orange Lead.
    • Simple Test For Red Lead And Orange Lead.
    • LEAKS:
      • To Stop Leakage In Iron Hot-water Pipes.
      • To Prevent Wooden Vessels From Leaking.
    • To Stop Leakage In Iron Hot-water Pipes.
    • To Prevent Wooden Vessels From Leaking.
    • LEATHER
      • Artificial Leather.
      • Black Dye For Tanned Leather.
      • Bronze Leather.
      • Cracked Leather.
      • Dressings For Leather:
      • Dyeing Leather.
      • Harness Preparations:
      • Patent And Enameled Leather.
      • Stains For Patent Leather:
      • Preservatives For Leather.
      • Revivers And Regenerators.
      • Tanning Leather.
      • Miscellaneous Recipes:
    • Artificial Leather.
    • Black Dye For Tanned Leather.
    • Bronze Leather.
    • Cracked Leather.
    • Dressings For Leather:
    • Dyeing Leather.
    • Harness Preparations:
    • Patent And Enameled Leather.
    • Stains For Patent Leather:
    • Preservatives For Leather.
    • Revivers And Regenerators.
    • Tanning Leather.
    • Miscellaneous Recipes:
    • LEMONS:
      • Preservation Of Fresh Lemon Juice.
    • Preservation Of Fresh Lemon Juice.
    • LENSES AND THEIR CARE:
      • Unclean Lenses
    • Unclean Lenses
    • LETTERING
      • Gold Lettering.
      • Bronze Lettering.
      • Lettering On Glass.
      • Signs On Show Cases.
      • “Spatter” Work.
      • Lettering On Mirrors.
      • To Fill Engraved Letters On Metal Signs.
      • Tinseled Letters, Or Chinese Painting On Glass.
    • Gold Lettering.
    • Bronze Lettering.
    • Lettering On Glass.
    • Signs On Show Cases.
    • “Spatter” Work.
    • Lettering On Mirrors.
    • To Fill Engraved Letters On Metal Signs.
    • Tinseled Letters, Or Chinese Painting On Glass.
    • LICORICE:
      • Stable Solutions Of Licorice Juice.
      • To Test Extract Of Licorice.
    • Stable Solutions Of Licorice Juice.
    • To Test Extract Of Licorice.
    • LIME, BIRD.
    • LINIMENTS:
      • For External Use Only.
    • For External Use Only.
    • LINOLEUM:
      • Composition For Linoleum, Oilcloth, Etc.
      • Dressings For Linoleum.
      • Treatment Of Newly Laid Linoleum.
    • Composition For Linoleum, Oilcloth, Etc.
    • Dressings For Linoleum.
    • Treatment Of Newly Laid Linoleum.
    • LINSEED OIL:
      • Bleaching Of Linseed Oil And Poppyseed Oil.
      • Adulteration Of Linseed Oil.
    • Bleaching Of Linseed Oil And Poppyseed Oil.
    • Adulteration Of Linseed Oil.
    • LUBRICANTS
      • Oil For Firearms.
      • Leather Lubricants.
      • Machinery Oils.
      • For Cutting Tools.
      • For Highspeed Bearings.
      • For Heavy Bearings.
      • For Lathe Centers.
      • Sewing Machine Oil.
      • Petroleum Jellies And Solidified Lubricants.
      • Wagon And Axle Greases:
      • Miscellaneous Lubricants:
      • Tests For Lubricants.
    • Oil For Firearms.
    • Leather Lubricants.
    • Machinery Oils.
    • For Cutting Tools.
    • For Highspeed Bearings.
    • For Heavy Bearings.
    • For Lathe Centers.
    • Sewing Machine Oil.
    • Petroleum Jellies And Solidified Lubricants.
    • Wagon And Axle Greases:
    • Miscellaneous Lubricants:
    • Tests For Lubricants.
    • LUSTER PASTE.
    • MAGNESIUM CITRATE.
    • MAGNETIC CURVES OF IRON FILINGS, THEIR FIXATION.
    • MANTLES.
      • Self-igniting Mantles.
    • Self-igniting Mantles.
    • MARKING FLUID:
    • MATCHES
      • Manufacture Of Matches.
      • Safety Paste For Matches.
    • Manufacture Of Matches.
    • Safety Paste For Matches.
    • MATRIX MASSES
      • Matrix For Medals, Coins, Etc.
    • Matrix For Medals, Coins, Etc.
    • MATZOON.
    • MEAD.
    • MEERSCHAUM:
      • To Color A Meerschaum Pipe.
      • To Repair Meerschaum Pipes.
      • To Tell Genuine Meerschaum.
    • To Color A Meerschaum Pipe.
    • To Repair Meerschaum Pipes.
    • To Tell Genuine Meerschaum.
    • METALS AND THEIR TREATMENT
      • Metals, Brightening And Deadening, By Dipping:
      • Coloring Metals:
      • Fusion Point Of Metals.
      • To Produce Fine Leaves Of Metal.
      • Metal Foil.
    • Metals, Brightening And Deadening, By Dipping:
    • Coloring Metals:
    • Fusion Point Of Metals.
    • To Produce Fine Leaves Of Metal.
    • Metal Foil.
    • MILK:
      • Determining Cream.
      • Formaldehyde In Milk, Detection Of.
      • Malted Milk.
      • Milk Extracts.
      • Modification Of Milk For Infants.
      • Preservation Of Milk
      • Milk Substitute.
    • Determining Cream.
    • Formaldehyde In Milk, Detection Of.
    • Malted Milk.
    • Milk Extracts.
    • Modification Of Milk For Infants.
    • Preservation Of Milk
    • Milk Substitute.
    • MIRRORS
      • Mirror Silvering.
      • Silvering Globes.
      • Resilvering Mirrors
      • Clouding Of Mouth Mirrors.
      • Magic Mirrors.
    • Mirror Silvering.
    • Silvering Globes.
    • Resilvering Mirrors
    • Clouding Of Mouth Mirrors.
    • Magic Mirrors.
    • MOLDS:
      • Molding Sand.
    • Molding Sand.
    • MOLES:
    • MORDANTS:
      • Mordant For Cement Surfaces.
      • Mordant For Gold Size.
    • Mordant For Cement Surfaces.
    • Mordant For Gold Size.
    • MORTAR, ASBESTOS.
    • MOUNTANTS:
      • Mounting Drawings, Photos, Etc., Upon Fine Pasteboard.
      • Mounting Prints On Glass.
    • Mounting Drawings, Photos, Etc., Upon Fine Pasteboard.
    • Mounting Prints On Glass.
    • MUSIC BOXES.
    • MUSTACHE FIXING FLUID.
    • MUSTARD PAPER.
    • NAIL, INGROWING.
    • NEATSFOOT OIL.
    • NICKEL-TESTING.
    • OILS
      • Clock Oil.
      • Cod-liver Oil:
      • Extracting Oil From Cottonseed.
      • Silver Nitrate Test For Cottonseed Oil.
      • Floral Hair Oil.—
      • Floral Hair Pomade.—
      • Floricin Brilliantine.—
      • Solid Linseed Oil.
      • Decolorizing Or Bleaching Linseed Oil.
      • Linseed Oil For Varnish-making.
      • Refining Linseed Oil.
      • Mineral Oil:
      • Bleaching Oils:
      • Driffield Oils.—
      • Drying Oils.
      • Dust-laying Oil.
      • Floor Oils.—
      • Ground-laying Oil For Ceramics.
      • Oil Suitable For Use With Gold.
      • Wool Oil.
    • Clock Oil.
    • Cod-liver Oil:
    • Extracting Oil From Cottonseed.
    • Silver Nitrate Test For Cottonseed Oil.
    • Floral Hair Oil.—
    • Floral Hair Pomade.—
    • Floricin Brilliantine.—
    • Solid Linseed Oil.
    • Decolorizing Or Bleaching Linseed Oil.
    • Linseed Oil For Varnish-making.
    • Refining Linseed Oil.
    • Mineral Oil:
    • Bleaching Oils:
    • Driffield Oils.—
    • Drying Oils.
    • Dust-laying Oil.
    • Floor Oils.—
    • Ground-laying Oil For Ceramics.
    • Oil Suitable For Use With Gold.
    • Wool Oil.
    • OINTMENTS
      • Arnica Salve.—
      • Barbers’ Itch.—
      • Brown Ointment.—
      • Chilblains.
      • Domestic Ointments.—
      • Green Salve.—
      • Salve For All Wounds.—
      • Irritating Plaster.—
      • Mercury Salves.
      • Antiseptic Nervine Ointment.—
      • Photographers’ Ointment.
      • Pain-subduing Ointment.
      • Skin Ointment.
    • Arnica Salve.—
    • Barbers’ Itch.—
    • Brown Ointment.—
    • Chilblains.
    • Domestic Ointments.—
    • Green Salve.—
    • Salve For All Wounds.—
    • Irritating Plaster.—
    • Mercury Salves.
    • Antiseptic Nervine Ointment.—
    • Photographers’ Ointment.
    • Pain-subduing Ointment.
    • Skin Ointment.
    • PACKINGS:
      • Packing For Stuffing Boxes.—
      • Packing For Gasoline Pumps.
    • Packing For Stuffing Boxes.—
    • Packing For Gasoline Pumps.
    • PAINTING PROCESSES:
      • Painting Ornaments Or Letters On Cloth And Paper.
      • Painting On Marble.
      • Painting On Muslin.
    • Painting Ornaments Or Letters On Cloth And Paper.
    • Painting On Marble.
    • Painting On Muslin.
    • PAINTINGS:
      • Protection For Oil Paintings.
      • To Renovate Old Oil Paintings.
    • Protection For Oil Paintings.
    • To Renovate Old Oil Paintings.
    • PAINTS
      • Paint Bases:
      • Paint For Blackboards.—
      • Dark-green Paint For Blackboards.
      • Bronzing Solutions For Paints.
      • Paint Brushes.
      • Black.—a Permanent Black Of Rich Luster For Metal Boxes.
      • Dead White On Silver Work, Etc.
      • White Coating For Signs, Etc.
      • To Prevent Crawling Of Paints.
      • Fireproof Paints:
      • Paint Deadening.
      • Paint Dryers:
      • Paints For Gold And Gilding:
      • Graining With Paint:
      • Luminous Paints.
      • Paints For Metal Surfaces:
      • Paints For Roofs And Roof Paper:
      • Paints, Stains, Etc., For Ships.
      • Paints For Walls Of Cement, Plaster, Hard Finish, Etc.
      • Paints, Waterproof And Weatherproof:
      • Paints For Wood:
      • Miscellaneous Recipes, Paints, Etc.:
    • Paint Bases:
    • Paint For Blackboards.—
    • Dark-green Paint For Blackboards.
    • Bronzing Solutions For Paints.
    • Paint Brushes.
    • Black.—a Permanent Black Of Rich Luster For Metal Boxes.
    • Dead White On Silver Work, Etc.
    • White Coating For Signs, Etc.
    • To Prevent Crawling Of Paints.
    • Fireproof Paints:
    • Paint Deadening.
    • Paint Dryers:
    • Paints For Gold And Gilding:
    • Graining With Paint:
    • Luminous Paints.
    • Paints For Metal Surfaces:
    • Paints For Roofs And Roof Paper:
    • Paints, Stains, Etc., For Ships.
    • Paints For Walls Of Cement, Plaster, Hard Finish, Etc.
    • Paints, Waterproof And Weatherproof:
    • Paints For Wood:
    • Miscellaneous Recipes, Paints, Etc.:
    • PALMS, THEIR CARE.
    • PAPER
      • Paper Pads
      • Papier Maché.
      • Parchment Paper.
      • Razor Paper.
      • Safety Paper.
      • Tracing Paper.
      • Strengthened Filter Paper.
      • Blotting Paper.
      • Carbon Paper.
      • Celloidin Paper.
      • Cloth Paper.
      • Drawing Paper.
      • Filter Paper.
      • Fireproof Papers.
      • Hydrographic Paper.
      • Iridescent Paper.
      • Lithographic Paper.
      • Marbling Paper For Books.
      • Waterproof Papers.
      • Metallic Paper.
    • Paper Pads
    • Papier Maché.
    • Parchment Paper.
    • Razor Paper.
    • Safety Paper.
    • Tracing Paper.
    • Strengthened Filter Paper.
    • Blotting Paper.
    • Carbon Paper.
    • Celloidin Paper.
    • Cloth Paper.
    • Drawing Paper.
    • Filter Paper.
    • Fireproof Papers.
    • Hydrographic Paper.
    • Iridescent Paper.
    • Lithographic Paper.
    • Marbling Paper For Books.
    • Waterproof Papers.
    • Metallic Paper.
    • PARAFFINE:
      • Rendering Paraffine Transparent.
      • Removal Of Dirt From Paraffine.
      • Paraffine Scented Cakes.
    • Rendering Paraffine Transparent.
    • Removal Of Dirt From Paraffine.
    • Paraffine Scented Cakes.
    • PASSE-PARTOUT FRAMING.
    • PASTES:
      • Pastes, Razor.
    • Pastes, Razor.
    • PEGAMOID.
    • PERCENTAGE SOLUTION.
    • PERFUMES
      • Dry Perfumes:
      • Liquid Perfumes:
      • Perfumed Pastilles.
      • Perfumes For Hair Oils.—
      • Soap Perfumes.—
    • Dry Perfumes:
    • Liquid Perfumes:
    • Perfumed Pastilles.
    • Perfumes For Hair Oils.—
    • Soap Perfumes.—
    • PETROLEUM
      • The Preparation Of Emulsions Of Crude Petroleum.
      • Petroleum For Spinning.
      • Deodorized Petroleum.
      • Petroleum Briquettes.
    • The Preparation Of Emulsions Of Crude Petroleum.
    • Petroleum For Spinning.
    • Deodorized Petroleum.
    • Petroleum Briquettes.
    • PEWTER, AGEING:
    • PICTURES, GLOW.
    • PHOSPHATE SUBSTITUTE.
    • PHOSPHORESCENT MASS.
    • PHOSPHORUS SUBSTITUTE.
    • PHOTOGRAPHY
      • Developers And Developing Of Plates.
      • Developing Powders.
      • Developing Papers.
      • Platinum Papers:
      • The Carbon Process.
      • Lantern Slides.
      • How To Utilize Waste Material.
      • Fixing And Clearing Baths:
      • Paper-sensitizing Processes:
      • Toning Baths For Paper.
      • Combined Toning And Fixing Baths.
      • Enlargements.
      • Varnishes:
      • Faded Photographs And Their Treatment:
      • Mountants:
      • Transparent Photographs:
      • The Gum - Bichromate Photo-printing Process.
      • Tables And Scales:
      • Color Photography:
      • Microphotographs.
      • Flashlight Powders And Apparatus.
      • Intensifiers And Reducers:
      • Miscellaneous Formulas:
    • Developers And Developing Of Plates.
    • Developing Powders.
    • Developing Papers.
    • Platinum Papers:
    • The Carbon Process.
    • Lantern Slides.
    • How To Utilize Waste Material.
    • Fixing And Clearing Baths:
    • Paper-sensitizing Processes:
    • Toning Baths For Paper.
    • Combined Toning And Fixing Baths.
    • Enlargements.
    • Varnishes:
    • Faded Photographs And Their Treatment:
    • Mountants:
    • Transparent Photographs:
    • The Gum - Bichromate Photo-printing Process.
    • Tables And Scales:
    • Color Photography:
    • Microphotographs.
    • Flashlight Powders And Apparatus.
    • Intensifiers And Reducers:
    • Miscellaneous Formulas:
    • PIGMENTS
      • Nature, Source, And Manufacture Of Pigments.
      • Mixing Oil Colors And Tints.
      • Grounds For Graining Colors:
      • Positive Colors:
      • Red Tints:
      • Green Tints:
      • Brown Tints:
      • Gray Tints:
      • Color Testing.
    • Nature, Source, And Manufacture Of Pigments.
    • Mixing Oil Colors And Tints.
    • Grounds For Graining Colors:
    • Positive Colors:
    • Red Tints:
    • Green Tints:
    • Brown Tints:
    • Gray Tints:
    • Color Testing.
    • PILE OINTMENTS.
    • PLANTS:
      • Temperature Of Water For Watering Plants.
    • Temperature Of Water For Watering Plants.
    • PLASTER
      • Therapeutic Grouping Of Medicinal Plasters.
      • Methods Of Preparing Rubber Plasters.—mechanic Roller Pressure Method.
      • The German Pharmacopœia Method.
      • Solution Of Rubber In Fixed Solvent: Petrolatum And Incorporation With Lead Acetate.
      • Court Plaster Or Sticking Plaster.
      • Coloring Of Modeling Plaster.
      • Treatment Of Fresh Plaster.
      • Plaster For Foundry Models.
      • Plaster Mold.
      • Cleaning Of Statuettes And Other Plaster Objects.
      • Hardening And Toughening Plaster Of Paris.
      • Preservation Of Plaster Casts.
      • To Arrest The Setting Of Plaster Of Paris.
      • Weatherproofing Casts.
      • Reproduction Of Plaster Originals.
    • Therapeutic Grouping Of Medicinal Plasters.
    • Methods Of Preparing Rubber Plasters.—mechanic Roller Pressure Method.
    • The German Pharmacopœia Method.
    • Solution Of Rubber In Fixed Solvent: Petrolatum And Incorporation With Lead Acetate.
    • Court Plaster Or Sticking Plaster.
    • Coloring Of Modeling Plaster.
    • Treatment Of Fresh Plaster.
    • Plaster For Foundry Models.
    • Plaster Mold.
    • Cleaning Of Statuettes And Other Plaster Objects.
    • Hardening And Toughening Plaster Of Paris.
    • Preservation Of Plaster Casts.
    • To Arrest The Setting Of Plaster Of Paris.
    • Weatherproofing Casts.
    • Reproduction Of Plaster Originals.
    • PLATING
      • Bronzing:
      • Coloring Of Metals:
      • Electrodeposition Processes.
      • Gilding And Gold Plating:
      • Oxidizing Processes:
      • Patina Oxidizing Processes:
      • Platinizing:
      • Silvering, Silver-plating, and Desilvering:
      • Various Recipes:
    • Bronzing:
    • Coloring Of Metals:
    • Electrodeposition Processes.
    • Gilding And Gold Plating:
    • Oxidizing Processes:
    • Patina Oxidizing Processes:
    • Platinizing:
    • Silvering, Silver-plating, and Desilvering:
    • Various Recipes:
    • PLUSH:
      • To Make Plush Adhere To Metal.
    • To Make Plush Adhere To Metal.
    • POLISHES
      • Polishes For Aluminum.
      • Polishes For Bars, Counters, Etc.
      • Polishes For Brass, Bronze, Copper, Etc.
      • Polishes For Floors.
      • Polishes For Furniture.
      • Polishing Powders.
      • Metal Polishes:
      • Polishes For Steel And Iron.
      • Polishes For Wood:
      • Miscellaneous Polishing Agents:
    • Polishes For Aluminum.
    • Polishes For Bars, Counters, Etc.
    • Polishes For Brass, Bronze, Copper, Etc.
    • Polishes For Floors.
    • Polishes For Furniture.
    • Polishing Powders.
    • Metal Polishes:
    • Polishes For Steel And Iron.
    • Polishes For Wood:
    • Miscellaneous Polishing Agents:
    • PORCELAIN:
      • Mending Porcelain By Riveting
      • Porcelain Decoration.
    • Mending Porcelain By Riveting
    • Porcelain Decoration.
    • PRESERVATIVES
      • Preservative Fluid For Museums.—
      • Preservative For Stone, Etc.
      • Preservative For Stuffed Animals.
      • Preservatives For Zoological And Anatomical Specimens.
    • Preservative Fluid For Museums.—
    • Preservative For Stone, Etc.
    • Preservative For Stuffed Animals.
    • Preservatives For Zoological And Anatomical Specimens.
    • PRESERVING
      • Canning.
      • Canning Without Sugar.
      • Crushed Fruit Preserving:
      • Crushed Pineapples.
      • Hydrogen Peroxide As A Preservative.
      • To Preserve Milk
      • Powdered Cork As A Preservative.
    • Canning.
    • Canning Without Sugar.
    • Crushed Fruit Preserving:
    • Crushed Pineapples.
    • Hydrogen Peroxide As A Preservative.
    • To Preserve Milk
    • Powdered Cork As A Preservative.
    • PUMICE STONE.
    • PUTTY
      • Acid-proof Putty.
      • Black Putty.
      • Durable Putty.
      • Glaziers’ Putty.
      • Hard Putty.
      • Painters’ Putty And Rough Stuff.
      • To Soften Glaziers’ Putty.
      • Substitute For Putty.
      • Waterproof Putties.
    • Acid-proof Putty.
    • Black Putty.
    • Durable Putty.
    • Glaziers’ Putty.
    • Hard Putty.
    • Painters’ Putty And Rough Stuff.
    • To Soften Glaziers’ Putty.
    • Substitute For Putty.
    • Waterproof Putties.
    • PYROTECHNICS
      • Fireworks.
      • Colored Fires.
      • Pyrotechnic Magic.
    • Fireworks.
    • Colored Fires.
    • Pyrotechnic Magic.
    • RAT POISONS
      • Squill Poisons.
      • Phosphorus Poisons.
      • Arsenical Poisons.
      • Strychnine Poisons.
    • Squill Poisons.
    • Phosphorus Poisons.
    • Arsenical Poisons.
    • Strychnine Poisons.
    • RAZOR PASTES:
    • REFRIGERANTS.
    • REFRIGERATION
      • Home-made Refrigerators.
      • To Drain A Refrigerator.
    • Home-made Refrigerators.
    • To Drain A Refrigerator.
    • ROLLER COMPOSITIONS FOR PRINTERS.
    • ROPES.
    • ROT:
      • Remedies For Dry Rot.
    • Remedies For Dry Rot.
    • ROUGE FOR BUFF WHEELS.
    • RUBBER
      • Artificial Rubber.
      • Rubber And Rubber Articles.
      • Repairing Rubber Goods.
      • Softening Rubber.
      • Treatment And Utilization Of Rubber Scraps.
      • Vulcanization.
      • Testing Rubber Gloves.
      • Dissolving Old Rubber.
      • Rubber Stamps.
    • Artificial Rubber.
    • Rubber And Rubber Articles.
    • Repairing Rubber Goods.
    • Softening Rubber.
    • Treatment And Utilization Of Rubber Scraps.
    • Vulcanization.
    • Testing Rubber Gloves.
    • Dissolving Old Rubber.
    • Rubber Stamps.
    • RUST PREVENTIVES
      • Black Sheet Rust Preventive.
      • To Keep Machinery Bright.
      • Magnetic Oxide.
      • Paper As Protection For Iron And Steel.
      • Anti-rust Paper For Needles.
      • Rust Paper.
      • Anti-rust Pastes.
      • Rust Prevention For Iron Pipes.
      • Rust Preventive For Tools, Etc.
      • To Separate Rusty Pieces.
      • To Protect Zinc Roofing From Rust.
    • Black Sheet Rust Preventive.
    • To Keep Machinery Bright.
    • Magnetic Oxide.
    • Paper As Protection For Iron And Steel.
    • Anti-rust Paper For Needles.
    • Rust Paper.
    • Anti-rust Pastes.
    • Rust Prevention For Iron Pipes.
    • Rust Preventive For Tools, Etc.
    • To Separate Rusty Pieces.
    • To Protect Zinc Roofing From Rust.
    • SALTS, EFFERVESCENT
      • Effervescent Powders:
    • Effervescent Powders:
    • SALTS, SMELLING.
    • SAND:
      • Colored Sand.
      • Lawn Sand.
    • Colored Sand.
    • Lawn Sand.
    • SARSAPARILLA.
    • SCREWS:
      • To Prevent Screws From Rusting And Becoming Fast.
    • To Prevent Screws From Rusting And Becoming Fast.
    • SEA SICKNESS.
    • SERPENTS, PHARAOH’S.
    • SHAVING PASTE.
    • SHELL CAMEOS.
    • SHELLAC BLEACHING.
    • SHIMS IN ENGINE BRASSES.
    • SHOE DRESSINGS
      • Acid-free Blacking.—
      • Blacking Pastes.
      • Boot-top Liquid.—
      • Brown Dressing For Untanned Shoes.—
      • Heel Polish.—
      • Liquid Blackings.
      • Preservatives For Shoe Soles.
      • Tan And Russet Shoe Polishes:
      • Waterproof Shoe Dressings.
    • Acid-free Blacking.—
    • Blacking Pastes.
    • Boot-top Liquid.—
    • Brown Dressing For Untanned Shoes.—
    • Heel Polish.—
    • Liquid Blackings.
    • Preservatives For Shoe Soles.
    • Tan And Russet Shoe Polishes:
    • Waterproof Shoe Dressings.
    • SHOW CASES.
    • SICCATIVES
      • Testing Siccatives.
    • Testing Siccatives.
    • SIGN LETTERS:
    • SILK:
      • Artificial “Rubbered” Silk.
      • Artificial Ageing Of Silk Fabrics.
      • Bleaching Silk.
      • Washing Of Light Silk Goods.
    • Artificial “Rubbered” Silk.
    • Artificial Ageing Of Silk Fabrics.
    • Bleaching Silk.
    • Washing Of Light Silk Goods.
    • SILVER
      • Antique Silver
      • Imitation Of Antique Silver.
      • Blanching Silver.
      • Coloring Silver.
      • Frosting Polished Silver.
      • Fulminating Silver.
      • Hollow Silverware.
      • Lustrous Oxide On Silver
      • Ornamental Designs On Silver.
      • Separating Silver From Platinum Waste.
      • Silvering Glass Globes.
      • Silvering Powder For Metals.
      • Silver Testing.
      • Pink Color On Silver.
    • Antique Silver
    • Imitation Of Antique Silver.
    • Blanching Silver.
    • Coloring Silver.
    • Frosting Polished Silver.
    • Fulminating Silver.
    • Hollow Silverware.
    • Lustrous Oxide On Silver
    • Ornamental Designs On Silver.
    • Separating Silver From Platinum Waste.
    • Silvering Glass Globes.
    • Silvering Powder For Metals.
    • Silver Testing.
    • Pink Color On Silver.
    • SLATE:
      • Artificial Slate.
    • Artificial Slate.
    • SNAKE BITES.
    • SOAPS
      • Antiseptic Soap.
      • Carpet Soap.—
      • To Cut Castile Soap.
      • Coloring Soap.
      • Garment-cleaning Soap.
      • Glycerine Soaps.
      • Iodine Soaps.
      • Liquid Soaps.
      • Medicated Soaps.
      • Liquid Tar Soap.
      • Superfatted Liquid Lanolin-glycerine Soap.
      • Massage Soaps.
      • Metallic Soaps.
      • Petroleum Soap.—
      • Perfumes For Soap.
      • Pumice-stone Soaps.
      • Shaving Soaps.
      • Soap Powders.
      • Toilet Soaps.
      • Transparent Soaps.
      • Miscellaneous Formulas:
    • Antiseptic Soap.
    • Carpet Soap.—
    • To Cut Castile Soap.
    • Coloring Soap.
    • Garment-cleaning Soap.
    • Glycerine Soaps.
    • Iodine Soaps.
    • Liquid Soaps.
    • Medicated Soaps.
    • Liquid Tar Soap.
    • Superfatted Liquid Lanolin-glycerine Soap.
    • Massage Soaps.
    • Metallic Soaps.
    • Petroleum Soap.—
    • Perfumes For Soap.
    • Pumice-stone Soaps.
    • Shaving Soaps.
    • Soap Powders.
    • Toilet Soaps.
    • Transparent Soaps.
    • Miscellaneous Formulas:
    • SOAP-BUBBLE LIQUIDS.
    • SOLDERS
      • Soldering Of Metals And The Preparation Of Solders.
      • Soldering Of Metallic Articles.
      • Soldering Acid.
      • Aluminum Solders.
      • Brass Solders.
      • Yellow Hard Solders:
      • Copper Solders.
      • Fats For Soldering.
      • Fluids For Soldering.
      • Fluxes For Soldering.
      • Gas Soldering.
      • German-silver Solders.
      • Gold Solders:
      • Solders For Glass.
      • Hard Solders.
      • Silver Solders.
      • Soft Solders:
      • Steel Soldering.
      • Platinum Solders.
      • Solder For Iron:
      • Tin Solders:
      • Various Recipes For Soldering:
      • Cold Soldering:
      • Soldering Paste.
    • Soldering Of Metals And The Preparation Of Solders.
    • Soldering Of Metallic Articles.
    • Soldering Acid.
    • Aluminum Solders.
    • Brass Solders.
    • Yellow Hard Solders:
    • Copper Solders.
    • Fats For Soldering.
    • Fluids For Soldering.
    • Fluxes For Soldering.
    • Gas Soldering.
    • German-silver Solders.
    • Gold Solders:
    • Solders For Glass.
    • Hard Solders.
    • Silver Solders.
    • Soft Solders:
    • Steel Soldering.
    • Platinum Solders.
    • Solder For Iron:
    • Tin Solders:
    • Various Recipes For Soldering:
    • Cold Soldering:
    • Soldering Paste.
    • SPIRIT INDUSTRIAL AND POTABLE ALCOHOL: SOURCES AND MANUFACTURE.
      • Alcohol Defined.
      • Sources Of Potable Alcohol.
      • Agricultural Sources Of Industrial Alcohol.
      • Starch-producing Plants.
      • Sugar-producing Plants.
      • Composition And Yield Of Alcohol-producing Crops.
      • Utilization Of Waste Material Or By-products.
      • Manufacture Of Alcohol.
      • Substances Used For Denaturing Alcohol.
      • Spirit.
    • Alcohol Defined.
    • Sources Of Potable Alcohol.
    • Agricultural Sources Of Industrial Alcohol.
    • Starch-producing Plants.
    • Sugar-producing Plants.
    • Composition And Yield Of Alcohol-producing Crops.
    • Utilization Of Waste Material Or By-products.
    • Manufacture Of Alcohol.
    • Substances Used For Denaturing Alcohol.
    • Spirit.
    • SPONGES:
      • Bleaching Sponges.
      • Sterilization Of Sponges.
      • Sponge Window Display.
    • Bleaching Sponges.
    • Sterilization Of Sponges.
    • Sponge Window Display.
    • STAMPING
      • Stamping Colors For Use With Rubber Stamps.
      • Oleaginous Stamping Colors.
      • Stamping Liquids And Powders.
      • Stamping Powder For Embroideries.
    • Stamping Colors For Use With Rubber Stamps.
    • Oleaginous Stamping Colors.
    • Stamping Liquids And Powders.
    • Stamping Powder For Embroideries.
    • STARCH
      • Black Starch.
      • Starch Gloss.
      • Refining Of Potato Starch.
      • Starch Powder.
    • Black Starch.
    • Starch Gloss.
    • Refining Of Potato Starch.
    • Starch Powder.
    • STEEL
      • Annealing Steel:
      • Coloring Steel:
      • Tempering Steel.
      • Various Recipes:
    • Annealing Steel:
    • Coloring Steel:
    • Tempering Steel.
    • Various Recipes:
    • STEREOCHROMY.
    • STONE, ARTIFICIAL.
      • Sand-lime Brick.
      • Concrete.
    • Sand-lime Brick.
    • Concrete.
    • STOPPERS.
    • STOVE POLISH:
    • STYPTICS.
      • Brocchieri’s Styptic.
      • Helvetius’s Styptic.
      • Eaton’s Styptic.
      • Styptic Paste Of Gutta Percha.
    • Brocchieri’s Styptic.
    • Helvetius’s Styptic.
    • Eaton’s Styptic.
    • Styptic Paste Of Gutta Percha.
    • SYRUPS
      • Fruit Syrups.
      • Preservation Of Syrups.
      • Hints On Preparation Of Syrups.
      • How To Make Simple Syrups—hot Process.
      • Cold Process.
      • Cold Process.
      • Rock-candy Syrup.
      • Colors For Syrups:
    • Fruit Syrups.
    • Preservation Of Syrups.
    • Hints On Preparation Of Syrups.
    • How To Make Simple Syrups—hot Process.
    • Cold Process.
    • Cold Process.
    • Rock-candy Syrup.
    • Colors For Syrups:
    • TABLES
      • Alcohol Dilution.
      • Capacities Of Common Utensils.
      • Cook’s Table.
      • Table Of Drops.
      • Fluid Measure.—u. S. Standard, Or Wine Measure.
      • Percentage Solutions.
      • Pressure Table.
      • Syrup Table.
    • Alcohol Dilution.
    • Capacities Of Common Utensils.
    • Cook’s Table.
    • Table Of Drops.
    • Fluid Measure.—u. S. Standard, Or Wine Measure.
    • Percentage Solutions.
    • Pressure Table.
    • Syrup Table.
    • TANK:
      • To Estimate Contents Of A Circular Tank.
    • To Estimate Contents Of A Circular Tank.
    • TAPS, TO REMOVE BROKEN.
    • TATTOO MARKS, REMOVAL OF.
    • TEETH, TO WHITEN DISCOLORED.
    • TERRA COTTA SUBSTITUTE.
    • THERMOMETERS
    • THREAD:
      • Dressing For Sewing Thread.
    • Dressing For Sewing Thread.
    • TIN
      • Etching Bath For Tin.
      • Recovery Of Tin And Iron In Tinned-plate Clippings.
      • Tin In Powder Form.
    • Etching Bath For Tin.
    • Recovery Of Tin And Iron In Tinned-plate Clippings.
    • Tin In Powder Form.
    • TINFOIL:
    • TIRE:
      • Anti-leak Rubber Tire.
    • Anti-leak Rubber Tire.
    • TOOL SETTING.
    • TOOTHACHE
      • Toothache Gums:
      • Toothache Remedy.—
    • Toothache Gums:
    • Toothache Remedy.—
    • TRANSPARENCIES:
    • TRANSFER PROCESSES:
      • To Transfer Designs.
      • To Copy Engravings.
      • To Transfer Engravings.
    • To Transfer Designs.
    • To Copy Engravings.
    • To Transfer Engravings.
    • TWINE:
    • TYPEWRITER RIBBONS
      • Permanent (Record) Ink.
    • Permanent (Record) Ink.
    • VALVES.
    • VANILLA
      • To Detect Artificial Vanillin In Vanilla Extracts
      • To Detect Tonka In Vanilla Extract.
      • Vanilla Substitute.
    • To Detect Artificial Vanillin In Vanilla Extracts
    • To Detect Tonka In Vanilla Extract.
    • Vanilla Substitute.
    • VARNISHES
      • Coloring “Spirit” Varnishes.
      • Manufacturing Hints.
      • The Gums Used In Making Varnish.
      • Shellac Varnish.
      • Rules For Varnishing.
      • Preventing Varnish From Crawling.
      • Amber Varnish.
      • Asphalt Varnishes.
      • Formulas:
      • Enamel Varnishes:
      • Engravers’ Varnishes.
      • Floor Varnishes.
      • Label Varnishes.
      • Metal Varnishes.
      • Varnish Substitutes.
    • Coloring “Spirit” Varnishes.
    • Manufacturing Hints.
    • The Gums Used In Making Varnish.
    • Shellac Varnish.
    • Rules For Varnishing.
    • Preventing Varnish From Crawling.
    • Amber Varnish.
    • Asphalt Varnishes.
    • Formulas:
    • Enamel Varnishes:
    • Engravers’ Varnishes.
    • Floor Varnishes.
    • Label Varnishes.
    • Metal Varnishes.
    • Varnish Substitutes.
    • VASOLIMENTUM.
    • VETERINARY FORMULAS
      • For Birds:
      • For Horses And Cattle:
      • Cuts, Wounds, Sores.
      • Horse Embrocations And Liniments.
      • Influenza.
      • Inflammation Of The Udder.
      • Mange.
      • Milk Powder For Cows.
      • Laxatives.
      • Lice.—
      • Domestic Pets.
      • Foot Itch.
      • Foods.—
      • Powders.—
      • Lice Powders.—
      • Roup Or Gapes.
      • For Sheep:
    • For Birds:
    • For Horses And Cattle:
    • Cuts, Wounds, Sores.
    • Horse Embrocations And Liniments.
    • Influenza.
    • Inflammation Of The Udder.
    • Mange.
    • Milk Powder For Cows.
    • Laxatives.
    • Lice.—
    • Domestic Pets.
    • Foot Itch.
    • Foods.—
    • Powders.—
    • Lice Powders.—
    • Roup Or Gapes.
    • For Sheep:
    • VINEGAR
      • Aromatic Vinegar.
      • Cider Vinegar.
    • Aromatic Vinegar.
    • Cider Vinegar.
    • WARTS
    • WATCHMAKERS’ FORMULAS
      • Watch Manufacturers’ Alloys.
      • Replacing Rubies Whose Settings Have Deteriorated.
      • To Straighten Bent Teeth.
      • To Renew A Broken Barrel Tooth.
      • Heated Sawdust.
      • To Repair A Dial, Etc., With Enamel Applied Cold.
      • Lettering A Clock Dial.
      • Verification Of The Depthings.
      • To Make Or Enlarge A Dial Hole.
      • To Repair A Repeating Clock-bell.
      • To Remedy Worn Pinions.
      • Watchmakers’ Oil.
      • To Weaken A Balance Spring.
      • To Make A Clock Strike Correctly.
      • To Reblack Clock Hands.
      • To Tighten A Ruby Pin.
      • To Loosen A Rusty Screw In A Watch Movement.
      • Gilding Watch Movements.
    • Watch Manufacturers’ Alloys.
    • Replacing Rubies Whose Settings Have Deteriorated.
    • To Straighten Bent Teeth.
    • To Renew A Broken Barrel Tooth.
    • Heated Sawdust.
    • To Repair A Dial, Etc., With Enamel Applied Cold.
    • Lettering A Clock Dial.
    • Verification Of The Depthings.
    • To Make Or Enlarge A Dial Hole.
    • To Repair A Repeating Clock-bell.
    • To Remedy Worn Pinions.
    • Watchmakers’ Oil.
    • To Weaken A Balance Spring.
    • To Make A Clock Strike Correctly.
    • To Reblack Clock Hands.
    • To Tighten A Ruby Pin.
    • To Loosen A Rusty Screw In A Watch Movement.
    • Gilding Watch Movements.
    • WATER, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL
      • Apollinaris Water.—
      • Hunyadi Water.—
      • Lithia Water.—
      • Seltzer Water.
      • Vichy Water.
    • Apollinaris Water.—
    • Hunyadi Water.—
    • Lithia Water.—
    • Seltzer Water.
    • Vichy Water.
    • PURIFYING WATER.
      • Sterilization of Water with Lime Chloride.
      • Clarifying Muddy Water.
      • Removal Of Iron From Drinking Water.
      • For Hardness.
    • Sterilization of Water with Lime Chloride.
    • Clarifying Muddy Water.
    • Removal Of Iron From Drinking Water.
    • For Hardness.
    • WATERPROOFING
      • Waterproofing Brick Arches.
      • Waterproofing Blue Prints.
      • Waterproof Coatings.
      • Waterproofing Canvas.
      • Waterproofing Corks.
      • Waterproofing Fabrics.
      • Waterproofing Paper.
      • Waterproof Ropes.
      • Waterproof Wood.
    • Waterproofing Brick Arches.
    • Waterproofing Blue Prints.
    • Waterproof Coatings.
    • Waterproofing Canvas.
    • Waterproofing Corks.
    • Waterproofing Fabrics.
    • Waterproofing Paper.
    • Waterproof Ropes.
    • Waterproof Wood.
    • WAX
      • Adulteration Of Wax.
      • Artificial Beeswax.
      • Waxes For Floors, Furniture, Etc.—
      • Gilders’ Wax.
      • Grafting Wax.—
      • Harness Wax.—
      • Modeling Wax.
      • Sealing Waxes.
    • Adulteration Of Wax.
    • Artificial Beeswax.
    • Waxes For Floors, Furniture, Etc.—
    • Gilders’ Wax.
    • Grafting Wax.—
    • Harness Wax.—
    • Modeling Wax.
    • Sealing Waxes.
    • WEATHER FORECASTERS
    • WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
      • International Atomic Weights.
      • United States Weights And Measures
      • English Weights And Measures
      • Metric System Of Weights And Measures
      • The Conversion Of Metric Into English Weight
      • The Conversion Of Metric Into English Measure
    • International Atomic Weights.
    • United States Weights And Measures
    • English Weights And Measures
    • Metric System Of Weights And Measures
    • The Conversion Of Metric Into English Weight
    • The Conversion Of Metric Into English Measure
    • WELDING POWDERS.
      • Powder To Weld Wrought Iron At Pale-red Heat With Wrought Iron.
      • Welding Powder To Weld Steel On Wrought Iron At Pale-red Heat.
    • Powder To Weld Wrought Iron At Pale-red Heat With Wrought Iron.
    • Welding Powder To Weld Steel On Wrought Iron At Pale-red Heat.
    • WHETSTONES.
    • WHITING:
      • To Form Masses Of Whiting.
    • To Form Masses Of Whiting.
    • WHITEWASH
      • To Soften Old Whitewash.
    • To Soften Old Whitewash.
    • WINDOW DISPLAY:
    • WINDOW PERFUME.
    • WINES AND LIQUORS
      • Bitters.
      • Cordials.
      • Detannating Wine.
      • Prevention Of Fermentation.
      • Sparkling Wines.
      • Artificial French Brandy.
      • Liqueurs.
      • Medicinal Wines:
    • Bitters.
    • Cordials.
    • Detannating Wine.
    • Prevention Of Fermentation.
    • Sparkling Wines.
    • Artificial French Brandy.
    • Liqueurs.
    • Medicinal Wines:
    • WINTERGREEN, TO DISTINGUISH METHYL SALICYLATE FROM OIL OF.
    • WIRE ROPE.
    • WOOD
      • Decorative Wood-finish.
      • Wood Fillers.
      • Removal Of Heat Stains From Polished Wood.
      • Preservation Of Wood.
      • Stains For Wood.
      • Color Stains:
      • Imitation Stains.
      • Spirit Stains:
      • Substitutes For Wood.
    • Decorative Wood-finish.
    • Wood Fillers.
    • Removal Of Heat Stains From Polished Wood.
    • Preservation Of Wood.
    • Stains For Wood.
    • Color Stains:
    • Imitation Stains.
    • Spirit Stains:
    • Substitutes For Wood.
    • WRITING, RESTORING FADED:
    • YEAST
      • Dry Yeast.
      • Preservation Of Yeast.
      • Yeast Tests.
    • Dry Yeast.
    • Preservation Of Yeast.
    • Yeast Tests.
  • INDEX
  • TRANSCRIBER’S NOTE
    No review for this book yet, be the first to review.
      No comment for this book yet, be the first to comment
      You May Also Like
      Also Available On
      Categories
      Curated Lists