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ILLUSTRATED 

' Wholesale Catalogue 

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PRICES CURRENT 

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Chemical & Physical Apparatus 

AND ASSAY GOODS. 



IMPORTED AND MANUFACTURED BY 

EIMER & AMEND, 

205, 207, 209 & 211 Third Ave., 

1 8th St. Station Elevated R. R., NEW YORK. 

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INTRODUCTION 


In publishing this new edition of our Chemical Apparatus Catalogue it gives 
us pleasure to state to our friends and patrons that, the former buildings proving 
too small for the rapid growth of the business, we have rebuilt on our old site a 
substantial 7 story fire-proof building, and have now returned to the new quarters. 
This house built solely for the requirements of our business, is provided with every¬ 
thing appertaining to it, so that our facilities are now unlimited, enabling us to 
ship orders very promptly. It will give us pleasure to have purchasers call and 
examine our stock. 

We have fully illustrated and enlarged this list by more than 100 pages, in 
order to make it the most complete of its kind in the United States. The ar¬ 
rangement of the catalogue is mostly alphabetical, but apparatus belonging to¬ 
gether have been grouped as much as advisable to enable comparison. 

For Chemicals we have provided a special list. 

We are Agents for 

Joseph Kavalier’s Bohemian Glassware. 

Carl Zeiss 9 Microscopes, Objectives, etc. 

Schmidt & Haensch’s Optical Goods, Polariscopes, etc. 

F. & M. Lautenschlaeger’s Berlin Bacterioscopical Apparatus. 

. Greiner & Friedrich’s German Glassware. 

Carl Schleicher & Schuell’s Chemically Pure Filter Papei^. 

H. TrommsdorfPs Strictly C. P. Chemicals. •//* V* / * •** 

E. March’s Sohne’s German Chemical Stoneware. 

H. Fleitman’s Patent Wrought Nickelware. 

G. Kern & Sohn’s German Balances and Weights. 

Prof. Jolly’s Balances. 

F. Desmoutis, Lemaire & Co.’s Chemically Pure Hammered 
Platinum Laboratory Ware. 


Messrs. Hunt & Clapp, Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory, 95 5th Ave., 

Pittsburgh, arc our agents for the iron trade of the Pittsburgh district, and carry a 
line of our goods to supply immediate wants promptly. 

We think it important to state that we have been able to reduce, in 
many instances very materially, the PRICES, and that in making this re¬ 
duction the quality of the article has not suffered —but, on the contrary, 
has-whenever possible—been improved. We suggest comparison of our 
prices with those of other dealers—feeling confident that in this respect 
they will bear the closest scrutiny. 

Being direct Importers and Manufacturers, we feel sure that we can meet any 


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• competition, as we believe that our stock is the largest and best selected of any in 

this line and buyers will readily realize the importance of thus being able to make 
all their purchases in one house. We claim to be the only one carrying a full 
line of non-blistering hammered Platinum ware, as also all makes of Balances, 
and we earnestly solicit a careful examination of the quality of our 

BEAKERS, COPPER GOODS, 

COMBUSTION TUBING, GRADUATED WARE, 

PORCELAIN WARE, HORN GOODS, 

PLATINUM, SCORIFIERS, 

WOOD AND METAL WORK, BALANCES AND WEIGHTS, 
FILTER PAPERS, STONEWARE, 

CHEMICALS and ACIDS, etc., etc., 

which are the best in the market, and which no money could procure of 
better quality. They are kept in stock at the annexed low prices. Second 
quality goods we do not deal in. We may add, that we have increased 
our facilities for Glass-blowing to such an extent, that we are able to 
produce any and every piece of glass manufacture, even the most com¬ 
plicated gas apparatus, as perfect and accurate, and at about the same 
price as made in the best establishments of the kind in Europe. 

Terms are Net Cash. 

All goods are packed with utmost care by experienced hands in such a 

manned that everything should arrive safely, which we consider most important. 

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lid chayge is*made for packing; we charge only for the necessary cases and 

for those, what they <T$sr\!s/ ; 

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against breakage for 2 to 5% premium, but 
are i\ot;a£htrWisfe responsible, after having delivered them in good con¬ 
dition to 4:iih transportation Co. 

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Universities, Colleges, Schools and Scientific Societies of the United States, 
are by authority of Act of Congress, June 22d, 1874, permitted to have all 
* Instruments, Apparatus, books, etc., intended for their educational purposes and 
not for sale, imported free of duty. We have special facilities to attend to this, 
and shall be pleased to receive orders which we fill at the original prices of Euro¬ 
pean dealers. 

When articles out of our line are ordered, the greatest care will be used in 
their selection, but, having been purchased expressly to fill orders, these goods of 
course, cannot be returned. 

No goods are sent to strangers unless the order Is accompanied by 
proper references or cash. Not less than $5.00 worth will be sent 
C. O. D., and that only if at least half cash has been forwarded with 
the order. 

Very respectfully, 

EIMER & AMEND. 


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Eimer & Amend’s Prices Current 


5000. Absorptiometer, according to BunseA.*.$80 00 

Absorption Apparatus, according to Winkler. 

do Burette, according to Lunge, 

do do do Bunte. 

And other Absorption apparatus. 

5001. Absorption Tubes, Bunsen's, with bulb, plain.35 cts. graduated, 1 30 


5002.* do do do straight, plain.30 cts do 1 00 

^ 6003. Absorption Tube, according to Soxhlet-Winkler. .50 cts. each. 


^ 5004. Acetomcter, Otto's, for determining percentage of Aoetio Acid in Vinegar, 80 ots. 
Other Acetoioeters, see Alcalimeters and Hydrometers. 

% 5005. Acid Bottles, (Cobalt Bottles), with long stoppers, reaching to the bottom, 
aud ground caps. Shape a or 6. 

Contents, 1-2 1 2 oz. 

.32 .35 .40 




5000 5006 5007 5009 


5006. Acid Bottles, with Pipette, capacity one ounce.50 cts. 

— 5007. Acid Bottle Ball Stopper, 

1 2 oz. 

♦ .40 .45 

5008. Acid Brushes, made of spun glass, long or short..25 cts. 

5009. Acid Dishes, of porcelain. 

Diameter, 4 4} 5| 6J inches. 

.85 $1 00 1 15 1 40 each. 


3 partitions. 3 partitions. 6 partitions. 6 partitions. 
Acid Jars, see Cylinders. 

Acid Measures, see Graduates. 


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5010. Acidimeter, according to Gall, for determining the quantity of acid in 
must and wine; consisting of a graduated burette, volume pipette 

and mixing flask, iu wooden box ; with instructions for use.$3 00 

Ammonia Test Liquor for Acidimeter, per quart, 75 cts. 

Litmus Tincture for Acidimeter, per pint.50 cts. 

Other Acidimeters, see Alcalimeters and Hydrometers. 

— 5011. Acid Measures, of lead. 

8 oz. pt. qt £ gal. 1 gal. 2 gaL 
1.50, 2.00, 2.25, 3.00, . 4.50, 6.00. 

Other Measures see Graduates, Cylinders and Measures. 

5012. Acid Pitchers, of stoneware, with 1 handle, from 1 gallon up, also with 2 handles. 


Capacity, 

Price, 

i, 

.30, 

2, 

.25, 

4, 

.30, 

6, 

.40, 

8 pints. 

.50c. each. 

Capacity, 

Pnce, 

n, 

.66, 

2, 2J, 

.80, .95, 

3, 

1.10, 

4, 

1.25, 

5, 6, gallons. 

1,75, 2.25 each. 



6013. Acid Pots, of stoneware, cylindrical or conical. 

Capacity, 2}, 4, 5, 6, 7j, 10, gallons. 

Price, 1.00, 1.40, 1.85, 2.35, 2.80, 3.75, each. 

^5014. Acid Pump, E. & A., to pump Acid or Distilled water from Carboys, sub¬ 
stantial and effective. The Liquid is delivered quickly and in a constant stream 


which can be checked instantly. Size for Laboratories and Stores.$ 5 00 

Bellows for same. 5 00 

5014a Ditto, all rubber, same price. 

O £ 5015. Acid Pump, Matthew s patent, for factory use. 15 00 

Acid Syplions, see Syphons. 


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O* 5016. Acid Pumps, earthenware, for chemical factories. 

No. 1, 2, 3, 

Diameter of Piston, 2f, 3$, 4, inches. 

Length of stroke, 8, 9, 10, “ 

Price complete, 58.00, 70,00, 78.00, 

5016a. Ditto, horizontal action, $75.00 to $150.00 extra. 

O 5017. Mounting in Wood and Iron, extra to order, at lowest rate. 



5016 


5018 . Acid Vessels, with er without outlet near the bottom. 

Capacity, 12, 20, 25, 30, 38, 45, 50, 55 gallons. 

Price, 3.75, 5.50, 7.50, 9.25, 11.00, 13.00, 15.00, 17.50 each. 

Capacity, 65, 70, 75 gallons. 

Price, 20.00, 22.00, 25.00 each. 

The last three sizes are made to order only. Stop-cocks ground in airtight in outlet 
if so ordered. 

5019. Adapters, for connecting retorts with receivers, straight or bent, German 

or Bohemian. A, 1, 1A, 2, 21, 3 inches. 

.15, .20, .2o, .30, .45, .65 etch. 


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Aeolipile, see alcohol blast lamps. 

Agate Mortars, see Mortars. 

zfc 6020. Air Bath, FTeseuius, of heavy copper, single walls, front door, two opening*? 

on top, draft hole near the bottom, perforated shelf and extra iron bottom. The 
whole is resting on four legs which can be taken out, to set the Bath upon a stove. 
Size, 6x8 8x10 10x12 in. Larger sizes to order. 

5 00 7 00 10.00. 


6021. Air Bath as above, on 4 legs, with extra sliding rod for Bunsen's Burner. The 
whole is arranged to be fastened against the wall, as well as to stand upon a. 
table. 

Size, 6x8 8x10 inches, Larger sizes to order. 

7.00, 10.00. 

If fitted with Glass or Mica Window 50 cents extra. With burner and fork, $1 75 
extra. 


5022. Air Bath, made of Sheet Iron, size 6} inch, by 5 by 6 inch, with sliding front 

of glass. Price. . .. $3 00 

^ 6023. Air Bath for drying precipitates etc., made of heavy copper; large size, with 
3 drying chambers, separate doors, with registers for each chamber and witk 
movable shelves ; the size of the chambers is 7 inch wide by 7 inch deep, andi 
each has 2 tabulations on top, one for the draught, and the other for insert¬ 
ing a thermometer. The size of the whole apparatus is 21 inch long, 8$ inch*, 
high and 7 inch deep, resting on an iron Rupport of similar dimensions and 

shape, but open in front to receive the heating apparatus. Price... .$24 OO 

For others, see Drying Ovens. 



AIR PUMPS. 


6024. Air or Pneumatic Pump, barrel 8xl|, to exhaust or condense, (stop ©ock 

$1.00 extra) ...$ 6 00 

6025. Air or Pneumatic Pump, with Rtop-cock, mounted on wood and iron frame, to be 

used on the floor or upon a low table.* ” ^ 

6026. Air Pump, Liebig’s, for organic analysis, with two stop-cocks, for exhausting and 

transferring..*10 UO 


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5027. Air Pump, barrel of brass, finely finished, 8 in. long, by 1J in. diameter, with well 
ground plate, 6J in. diameter, with stop-cock, set screw and guard screw,, 
mounted on fine polished mahogany base, with qt. bell glass receiver. 


Each. $16 00 

Air Pump, ditto, without stop-cock. 13 50 

Barometer gauge additional. 5 00 



5027 


— 5028. Air Pump, brass cylinder, 8 inches long by 2 inches diameter, plate 9 inches in 


diameter, polished mahogany base, similar to 5029.$26 00 

Barometer gauge additional. 5 00 



6029 


^ 6029. Air Pump; polished mahogany base and pillar, brass cylinder, 8 in. 

long by 2} in. diameter ; plate 10 in. diameter ; the piston is packed in a manner 
to prevent leakage with slight friction, the valves are accessible. The oup around 
the piston should be partly filled with oil to prevent leakage and to lubrioate the 


piston.$38 60 

Barometer gauge additional. 5 00 


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5030 


—^ 50C0. Air Pump; on solid mahogany table, highly polished, thirty-one by 
nineteen inches, brass cylinder twelve inches long by four inches diameter, 
brass tubes and stop-cock, heavy plate twelve inches diameter; the plate is 
forty-three inches from the floor.. $120 Ofl 

Barometer gauge additional. . 5 00 

5031. Air Pump, as large as above but with rotary movement for hand and 
power. . .$160 00 


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5032. Air Pump, Mercury, according to GeLssler, Weinliold’s modification, 
with one drying apparatus and mercury gauge : a style and size which is mostly 
in demand at present giving the best results. ^ 

Price... $l0 ° 00 


5033. Air Pump or Vacuum 
Pump, according to 
Geissler, exhausting 
with mercury, yielding 
a perfect vacuum in con¬ 
siderable less time than 
the Sprengers Pump. 

Similar to 5032, but with¬ 
out lift It is used by 
the Electric Light Com¬ 
panies for exhausting 
the lamp globes. Com¬ 
plete on wooden support 
$35 00 

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5036 


5034. The glass parts alone, 
$27 50. 

5035. Air Pump, ditto, of 
smaller dimensions for 
exhausting the gases of 
blood etc., mounted,.. 
$25 00. 



5032 


^ 5036. Air Pump, mercurial, according to Doepler ; complete on wooden support 
for 25 lbs. Mercury, (any size from 15 to 100 lbs. mercury to order.) 

Price . 22 50 


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6037. Air Pump, ditto, without the stop-cocks .$20 00 

5038. Air Pump, according to Spreugcl, exhausting by means of mercury, com¬ 
plete, with support ..$8 00 

^ 5039. Air Pump, ditto, with scale. ... 10 00 

5040. Air Pump, ditto, glass parts only...4 50 



5041. Air Pump, with drying apparatus, adjustable mercury reservoir, etc., Weln- 

hold’s modification. $35 00 

Air Pump, Bunsen's and Fischer’s etc., for use with water. See Filtering 
Pumps. 


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—% 5042. Air Pump plate OH triangular base to receive exsiccator and bellglass. 
Diameter of plate, 8, 10, 12 inches.* 

$8 00 , 10 00 , 12 00 . 

5043. Air Tester, Wolpert’s, in case. . S3 25 

-)£ 5044. Air Thermometer Tube. 

1 in. 1$ in. 2 in. 2A in. 

.25, .25, . 30 , .40. 

5045. Alcoholometer Manual, with tables indicating the true percentage at all 
temperatures between 32° and 100° Fahr.each 25 cts. 

Alcoholometers, see Hydrometers. 

Alcoholometer Jars, see Cylinders. 

Alcohol Lamps, see Lamps. 




5050 


% 5046. Alembics, of thin blown glass, in one piece. 

4 oz. 8 oz. 

Price, .55. .80. 

^ 5047. Alembics, with head ground on and glass stopper. 

4 oz. 8 oz. 

.75. 1.00. 


% 5048. Alembics, of best heavy Bohemian glass, top ground air-tight to the body. 
Capacity, 4 ounce, } pint, pint, quart, 

$1 00 1 35 1 60 2 00 

5049. Alembic Sallerons, all glass, for determining alcohol in wine, beer, cider, 
etc., complete with areometer and graduated glass.$ 6 00 

—^ 5050. Alembic Sallerons, of copper, s. c. Monitor still. 10 00 


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ALKALIMETERS. 


^5051. Alkallmeter, according to Berzelius . $0 70 

^ 5052. Alkalimeter, Bunsen’s . . . 1 00 

^ 5053. Alkalimeter, according to Freseiiius & Will . .. 45 

^ 5054. Alkalimeter, by Kipp, with glass stop-cock. 1 90 

5055. Alkalimeter, according to Kohrbeck .1 90 

^ 5066. Alkalimeter, according to Professor Molir. . 75 

^ 5057. Alkalimeter, according to Professor Scliroetter.. .1 9D 



5058 5059 5061 5062 


^ 5058. Alkalimeter, after Hose and Geissler with ground tube as stop-cock... .$1 50 

^ 5059. Alkalimeter, new form, Geissler’s .. 2 00 

5060. Alkalimeter, modified by Dr. Chas. U. Shephard, the drying bulbs have ground 

joint, otherwise like 5059.. 2 00 

^ 5061. Alkalimeter, Fritscli’s for minerals. 54 

Geissler’s, Mohr’s, Gay Lussac’s, Bink’s. etc., see Burettes. 

Alkaloids in collections, see Collections and chemical catalogue. 

5061a. Amalgamator, hand.small, $7 00. Large, $9 50 

% 6062. Anatomical Jars, of Bohemian glass, with air-tight ground glass stoppers 
full width of jar. Glass hook inside the stopper to suspend the preparations, 
about 2}x2J 3x3 4x1 3*6 6x3 4jxG 8x10 in. 

.40 . 60 $1 00 1 25 1 50 1 60 6 00 


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_% 6063. Anatomical Jars, of improved style, top plate with book, ground 
. to the body and made air-tight by a rubber washer. 


Size, 

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— 6034. Above jars, if provided with perforations in cover, will furnish excellent gas gener¬ 
ators or wash bottles. 1 perforation.05 

2 “ . . $1 60 

3 “ . 2 25 

5065. Anemometers, for measuring drafts in furnaces and chambers.$25 00 

Annealing Cups, U. 8. Torrey A Eaton’s,..dozen. $1 75 

5066. Annealing Caps, French, very smooth inside. Each, 15 cts. Dozen, $1 35 

O 5067. Annealing Cups, .English* No. A. B. C. D. 

Diameter on top, 1£ H 1* 1} 

Price, each, .10 .10 .10 .10 



6063 5069 5072 6073 

6068. Anthracen Bath of heavy brazed copper, with silvered crucible of 1 liter 

capacity.$10 00 


^5069. Anvil, for blow-pipe analysis, Plattner’s .50 

5069a. Anvil, extra heavy.60 

5070. Anvil, with steel hammer..$1 00 

—^ 5071. Anvils, flat cast steel mirror polished face. 

1 1* 2 2* 3 4 inch. 

.65 $1 00 1 35 1 70 2 00 2 60 


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APPARATUS, 

ANALYTICAL, EXPERIMENTAL, ETC, 

^ 5074. Apparatus for the detection of arsenic, according to Marsh, on polished 

wooden support, latest form complete with glass stop-cock..$2 20 

5075. Apparatus, for the detection of arsenic, according to Marsh, unmounted, the glass 

part alone.40 

^ 5076. Apparatus, for the detection of arsenic, according to Presenilis.. 1 00 

% 5077. Apparatus, for the detection of arsenic, with Rose’s lamp and support table .. 7 50 
% 5078. Apparatus, for the detection of arsenic, according to Fresenius & Otto. . .60 

^ 5079. Apparatus, for blow-pipe analysis, in polished wooden box, containing ten 
blow-pipe re-agents, box for platinum wire, pair of forceps, and Plattner’s blow¬ 
pipe, with platinum plate room for anvil and agate mortar. Complete filled. 
Price.$4 60 




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5083 



6080. Apparatus, ditto, without re-agents.4 00 

5081. Apparatus, ditto, the case alone, without the blow-pipe, etc. 1 75 

6082. Apparatus, for quantitative blow-piping, according to Prof. Plattner, (see Appen¬ 
dix ) .$40 00 and $175 00 


See Appendix for blow-pipe apparatus. 

^ 6083. Apparatus, for the determination of sulphur by bromine, Ledebur 
complete as per engraving but without the supports (support $4 00 extra.) $7 
The tube with 2 stop-cocks, filled with glass beads, alone.4 


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5085 5087 5088 5090 

3|£ 5088. Apparatus, for fractional distillation Regnauld’s of copper, and brass. 
Without thermometer, $15 50, Thermometer, $2 00. 

5089. Apparatus, for fractional distillation under diminished pressure. 3 00 

Other apparatus for fractional distillations, see Flasks and Tubes. 

5090. Apparatus, for the determination of carbon in steel, after Fresenius, with platina 

holders for the -f pole .. 4 00 


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^ 5084. Apparatus, for volumetric estimations of carbonic acid; for sugar refine¬ 
ries ; according to Gawalovski ; with 2 measuring and 1 filling tube, etc., 

complete...Price 4 50 

5065. Apparatus, for the determination of atmospheric moisture ; according to 
Ruedorf.. . .Price 6 00 


^£5086. Apparatus, for taking the specific gravity of gases; according to ChanoeL 


Price. .«.eaoh, 4 00 

5087. Apparatus, for determining the specific gravity of cement ; according to Schu¬ 
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5091. Apparatus, for the estimation of carbon in pig-iron after Uligreen, complete. 

Price .$18 00 

(See also under Carbon, Eggertz’s, etc.) 

—$ 5092. Apparatus, Scheibler’s standard, for estimation of Ca. Co r in bone-black, 
accuracy guaranteed, with latest improvements. 25 00 


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5092 6094 

5093. Apparatus Scheibler’s, for the estimation of Co, in saturation gases ; with printed 

instructions. .. 38 00 

% 5094. Apparatus, for generating carbonic acid gas, etc., evolution flask, with 
rubber stopper, funnel tube and delivery tube. 

I pint £ pint 1 pint 2 pints. 4 pints. 

.60 .70 .85 $1 00 1 25 

^ 5095. Apparatus, for constant generating of carbonic acid, hydrogen, sulphuretted hy¬ 
drogen, etc., a heavy glass jar, bell glass, lead tripot, brass plate and brass stop¬ 
cock. 

Height, 6 8 9 10 12 15 20 in. 

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* 5100. Apparatus, for estimating: carbonic acid, according to Winkler: 

complete in case and supporting frame.$15 00 

The glass parts alone . 9 00 

* 5101. Apparatus for the determination of Oxygen; according to Lindemann, im¬ 

proved by C. Winkler; completed in oase and supporting frame.$18 75 

The glass parts alone . .11 25 


*5102. Apparatus, for generating hydrogen, carbonic acid, etc., for laboratory use, in 
larger quantities; same as used in the Ztirich laboratory. Heavy cylindrical 
glass jars; very practical; does not got out of order ; current of gas instantane- 
0UB - Capacity, J 1 2 galls. 

Price, $4 00 6 00 8 00 



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5102 
* 5103. 

-*5104. 


5104 


5103 


Apparatus, for making carbonic acid water, according to Prof. Liebig, com¬ 
plete, with under plate, tumbler, filling funnel, and instructions lor use. 
Capacity, 1 gal. $12 00 each. 

Apparatus, for making carbonic acid water, etc., as above, French, made of glass, 
wicker covered, with instructions. 




2 bot 

3 bot 

4 bot 

5 bot. 

8 bot. 

Capacity, qt. 

3 pts. 

igrti. 

5 pts. 

1 gal. 

Gazogene, $5 50 

6 50 

9 00 

10 50 

- each. 

Seltzogene, 5 00 

5 50 

6 50 

8 00 

11 50 wire covered. 


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% 5106. Apparatus, for displacing by boiling and collecting air or gases contained in water. 


according to Jacobsen and Behrens. Glass parts.$1 75 each. 

Glass parts, with supports. . 4 00 each. 


5107. Apparatus, for generating chlorine gas, a ring neck-flask, with perforated 
rubber stopper, safety tube, washing bottle, delivery tube, etc , etc. 

Capacity, \ J 1 2 4 pints. 

.70 .80 ,90 $1 25 1 50 

% 5108. Apparatus, as above, with sand bath and tripod additional. 

For J § 1 2 * pints. 

Price, .30 .35 .45 .55 .65 

6109. Apparatus, for generating hydrogen or sulphuretted hydrogen, a heavy evo¬ 
lution bottle, with rubber stopper, safety tube and drying tube (see fig. 5076.) 

J pint. } pint 1 pint 1 quart } gal. 

.60 .75 $1.00 1 20 1 50 



5106 5113 

% 5110. Apparatus, for electrolytic generation of pure hydrogen ..$4 25 


5106 5113 

% 5110. Apparatus, for electrolytic generation of pure hydrogen..$4 25 

^ 6111. Apparatus, for electrolytic generation of pure oxyliydrogen. 4 25 


5112. Apparatus for generation H 5 S in larger quantities, for laboratory use. 

Capacity, 1, 2, 3 galls. 

Price, 4.00, 6.00, 10.00. 

5113. Apparatus for making chlorine water, ammonia, or hydrochloric acid, a quart flask, 

three one pint Woulff’s bottles, all connections rubber, and rubber stoppers. 


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5114. Without stand.$4 25 

5115. With tripod and sand bath. 5 00 

5116. With iron ringstand and sand bath. 5 50 

5117. With iron ringstand, sand bath and burner. 6 25 

3k 5118. Apparatus, after Bunsen and Fresenius, for the absorption of chlorine, 

without stand.. 1 00 

5119. Apparatus, with clamp and stands. 3 00 

3k 5120. Apparatus for transferring gases in Urea estimations, HUffuer’s. 

Price. 5 25 



3k 5121. Absorption Apparatus, according to Dr. C* Winkler. 

Price, large.$2.25. Small .;.. .$0 75 

3k 5122. Apparatus for the volumetric determination of CL, after Bunsen, complete, 

with support. . 4 60 

3k 6123. Apparatus, according to Mitclicrlich, for phosphorus detection, complete 

with supports.12 00 

5124. Apparatus without the supports, the glass parts alone.. .. 8 00 

# 5125. Apparatus of lead for etching* with hydrofluoric acid, small, $3 50 large, 5 00 


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^ 612G. Apparatus for the volumetric estimation of Oxygen, on support $15 00 
The glass parts alone. . 8 00 

APPARATUS—HOFMANN’S. 

^ 5127. Apparatus for the decomposition of water, according to Prof. 

Hofmann, showing that water is com posed of 2 vol. H and 1 yoL O ; 
with two stop-cocks with stand of wood or iron.. . $7 

5128. Apparatus, 2 tubes graduated, mounted. . . 10 

5129. Apparatus not mounted,, plain. 4 

5130. Apparatus graduated, not mounted, with extra stopcock. 7 

^ 5131. Apparatus, for demonstration that in uniting H and O to water a con¬ 
densation of J takes place. Tube with platina electrodes, stop-cook, 
steam cylinder and glass worm, complete on stand. 10 





*. 5132. Apparatus, Hofmann’s, to show that H and O combine only in the same 
proportions as they are generated from H s O consisting of 2 tubes with 2 

stop-cocks and Platina Wires. Each.$1 

5133. 1 tube with one stop-cock and Platina Wires. Each. 3 

6134. Set of 3, with supports...21 

^ 6135. Apparatus, for the decomposition and recomposition of water, 
called Prof Hofmann s Lecture Eudiometer, with stop-cock near 
the bottom of one of the tubes, and another at the top of the other Tube, 
with platina electrodes. 7 50 


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5136. The same, the glass part alone. . 6 00 

^ 5137. Apparatus, Hofmann’s, for H CL decomposition, with platina and 

carbon electrodes.. 8 50 

5138. Glass part only. 6 00 

5139. Apparatus, set of 3, two of No. 5137 and one of No. 5127 but on iron sup¬ 

port .24 50 

5140. The same, the 3 glass parts only. 17 60 

5141. Apparatus, for decomposition of water, ammonia, and H CL accord¬ 

ing to Prof. Hofmann, a V. tube with platina electrodes, on iron stand. 

Small. 3 50 

5142. Large . 5 00 

5143 Apparatus, the glass part alone $2 00.reap. 2 75 

5144. Apparatus, Hofmann’s, showing the oxydation and redaction of cop¬ 
per and copper oxide by heat and hydrogen . 2 50 



5146 5137 


5145. Apparatus to estimate the Density of Vapors ; Hofmann’s. 

a, the barometer tube finely graduated in 1-5 o-c and in m-m. 5 50 

b, the outside cylinder for same. 1 50 

c, the small boiler on support with gas lamp. 10 00 

d, the condenser with worm of copper, complete with all the necessary 
attachments, and with a support which is arranged bo, that the condenser 

may be raised or lowered. 12 00 

e, the measuring apparatus . 35 00 

f; the clamp support for a <fc b. 3 75 

Small bottles, glass-stoppered to receive small quantities of liquids. Per doz. 2 00 

5146. Apparatus, Hofman’s to prove, that two volumes of H combined with 1 

volume of O, produce 2 volumes of water-gas measured at 100° C. 85 00 

5147. The Tube with jacket, support and cylinder. 25 00 

5148. Copper Steamboiler with stop-cocks, gaugoand burner. 60 00 


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5149. Apparatus for decomposing Nitric Acid by heat (see Hoftn. Eiulcit 

1871, p, 202). without platinum flask. 9 00 

5150. Platinum flask for above, about 75 to 100,0 per grm. 50 

5151. U-shaped Tube, Glass Condenser and Support . 3 50 

6152. Funnel Tube with stop-cock.. 1 00 

6153. Clamp Support . 1 75 

% 5154. Apparatus for the decomposition of water and collection of the gases separ¬ 
ately in graduated tubes. 1 35 

5165. The same, with glass foot to set upon the table. 1 70 

6156. Apparatus, Hofmanns, proving the amount of hydrogen in 1 voL H CL_ 6 OO 




5154 


5149 



5161 



6167. Apparatus, to show that 1 vol of N. unites with 3 vote. of H, to 2 vols. of 


ammonia, the tube with 2 stop-cooks. . 4 50* 

5158. The same, with support. 5 60 

6159. Apparatus to show that ammonia is composed of 1 vol. Nitrogen and 3 vote. 

H, the tube. 2 50 

5160. Apparatus, with support table and cylinder. 5 50 

££ 5161. Apparatus, Hofmann's, to demonstrate that H Cl. is composed of 1 vol Cl. and 

1 vol. H. The tube alone. 2 60 

6162. The same with supports and tubes. 7 50 

5163. The same with cylinder and battery complete. 12 00 

5164. The same, Cylinder with enlargement to receive the tube. 1 00 


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5165. Apparatus, Hofmann’s, for proving that H and Cl. unite to HCL without con¬ 

densation. The tube alone..$2 76 

5166. The tube with support. 4 75 

5167. Small bulbs for CS Doz.. 60 

5168. Apparatus, Hofmann’s, to show pure and combined gases under 

the influence of temperature and pressure. Glass parts on support. 29 50 

5169. The copper steam boiler of (10 Liter 2} gallons capac.) complete with burner. 49 50 

5170. Apparatus, Hofmann’s, for demonstrating invariability of composi¬ 
tion of H Cl. Tube with support. 4 60 

6171. Tube alone.. 2 60 



5168 5172 5174 


96 5172. Apparatus, showing that oxygen has the same volume as carbonic acid and 

sulphurous acid formed from it. The tube alone. 6 00 

5173. The Tube with support. 9 00 

^ 6174. Apparatus, to experiment with liquid sulphurous acid, with cylinder. 5 50 

9|£ 5175. Apparatus, demonstrating the phenomena of combustion, the Tube alone 

with platina burner. 5 00 

5176. The Tube with support.. 7 25 


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^5177. Apparatus for the decomposition of hydrochloric acid (leaving H. and Cl. 

mixed) as detonating mixture. See Roscoe «fc Schorlemmer's Treatise on 

Chemistry..... $6 00 

^5178. Receiving tubes for same. Each. 25 

5179. Apparatus, according to Bunsen, for electrolytical generation of Hydro¬ 

chloric Acid, with carbon electrodes. 4 50 

5180. Apparatus to heat liquids of a high boiling point; consisting of a tube with 

four bulbs ground into the neck of a round bottomed flask. 

Capacity, 2, 4, 8, 16 oz. 

.75, 1.00, 1.15, 1.38. 

5181. Apparatus for absorbing and for direct analysis of gase6 dissolved in water ; 

according to Thorne. Price each . 6 00 

% 5182. Apparatus for determining the quantity of nitro-glycerine in dynamite ; ac¬ 
cording to Hempel ; the glass parts only. Per set. 7 50 



5184 5185 5186 5183 


5184 5185 5186 5183 

^ 5183. Apparatus for absorption, according to Gore ; without frame and baseboard 

Price. 6 


Frame, additional..-. 2 

^ 5184. Apparatus according to Mohr, for the absorption of ammonia, etc. Price, each 2 
^ 5185. Apparatus for the Condensation of Ammonia and the demonstration of the 

principle of Carre’s Ice-Machine. Price, each. 2 50 

5186. Apparatus for measuring absorption, according to Richter ; consisting of a 
cylindrical jar, graduated bell-glass, gas-bottle, etc., complete with 


support. 7 50 

5187. Apparatus, not graduated. 6 50 


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5188. Apparatus for Pneumato-Hydrostatic Illustrations; of glass ; with 3 Geissler's 

stop-cooks.. $4 50 

^ 5189. Apparatus for eudiometric analysis, Bunsen’s; with gradnat gas reservoir of 
120 c. c. for transfer to the gas collecting tubes, with 3 pinch-cocks and 

delivery tubes.. 3 50 

5190. Apparatus, for the estimation of human milk after Soxhlet, complete 

in velvet-lined case. 13 60 

—^ 5191. Apparatus, according to Soxhlet, for the areometric determination of fat 

in Milk 9 complete with 2 lactometers, instructions and tables. 30 00 



5188 5192 5191 


* 5192. Apparatus for the estimation of 1 melting points; made of glass ; 

according to Anschuetz and Schultz ; capacity 150 c. c. $2 50 250 c. c. $3 00 

—% 5193. Apparatus for distilling water or spirits: a tin-lined copper retort, 
with zinc cooler, heavy tin worm, a receiving funnel for cold water, and 
an outlet for the hot water. All stills being tubulated, of superior make 
and arranged to be set into a water bath. 

Contents, 1. 2, 3, 5 gaL 

8.00, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00, 18.00. 

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^ 5194. Apparatus, for carbon, acid estimation, according to Classen (fresen. Zeifcachr. 

1876, p. 288 ) Complete with support. $4 00 

The glass parts alone. 2 00 

5195. Apparatus, for yapor density determination after Hofmann, improved by Schiff. 

Price.$22 60 

—6200. Apparatus, for chemical laboratories of large colleges and universities, very com¬ 
plete, with Prof. Mohr’s and other latest improvements. A steam pressure Ap¬ 
paratus with water baths, sand baths, hot air baths, drying closets for filters, 
etc., etc., will be imported or built to order at the lowest price. This style is 
adopted by most of the European universities. As per sketch, all metal 
parts. $600 00 



5195 5205 

Parts ^parately: 

— 5201. The pressure apparatus, a .$200 00 

— 5202. The sand bath apparatus, b . . 3000 

— 5203. The water bath of tinned copper, c. 50 00 

— 5204. The double wall drying apparatus with 23 chambers made of copper well 

tinned, each chamber with separate draught, d. 220 00 

—^ 6205. Apparatus, for laboratory work.. . 200 00 

—520G. Apparatus, smaller than the preceding . .150 00 


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*5207. 


*5208. 

5209. 
* 5210. 

5211. 


Apparatus for generating oxygen, a copper retort with delivery tube 
fitted by ground joint and gallow screw. 

Capacity of retort, } pint pint quart. } gallon. 

Price of retort, $2 25 2 50 2 75 3 75 

For others, see Retorts. 

With ring stand and Bunsen’s burner.1 pint, $3 75 2 pints, $4 00 

With ring stand and Berzelius lamp.1 pint, 6 50 2 pints, 6 75 

Apparatus, for generating oxygen, retort of sheet iron with folding support, the 

best form known, see fig. 5214.. 5 00 

Without support, } gallon . 4 00 



5212 


—* 5212. Apparatus, for generating oxygen, complete, as shown in cut with coni¬ 
cal oxygen retort of copper, tripot stand, lamp, wash bottle, 25 gallon bag, 


etc.$20 00 

5213. Apparatus, for generating oxygen, with conical retort of iron. 19 00 


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^5214. The same with cylindrical retort and round rubber bog for oxygen treatment $25 00 
^ 5215. Apparatus for generating sulphuret of hydrogen, according to 
Kipp; the most improved form for a constant supply of H. S, Generator, pro¬ 
vided with Geissler’s stop-cocks, safety tubes, etc., complete. 

Contents, J pint J pint 1 pint 1 quart. 1 gallon. 

$3 00 3 50 4 00 5 00 7 00 



*5216. Apparatus, Babo’s for generating Sulphuret of Hydrogen; very handy 
where a frequent supply of small quantities of H, S is needed ; complete; 
mounted on improved stand, with Rubber stoppers, Pinch-cocks and Delivery 

tube. .$3 25 

5217. The semi-circular tube alone. 1 

% 5218. Apparatus, for generating oxygen and sulphuret of hydrogen; Fresenius. 
Pint *1 50 Quart, $2 00. Half gallon, $2 50 


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^ 6219. Apparatus, for generating carbon, acid, hydrogen and sul¬ 
phuretted hydrogen gas (as used in the Bonn laboratory); con¬ 
sisting of a cylindrical glass jar on foot 24 inches high x 4 inches 
diameter, a cylindrical reservoir suspended inside, which is 
contracted at the lower end to support the substance necessary 
for generation and a delivery tube with stop-cock on top; the 
whole of glass. Similar to fig. 5102.$12 00 

5220. Apparatus, smaller, the outside jar, 13 inches high x 3 inches 
diameter .. $4 00 

6221. Apparatus, for generating hydrogen or H r S. in larger quan¬ 
tities, glass parts with rubber connections.$5 00 



6224 


6224 

f>222. Apparatus, complete on stand with washing and drying arrangements.$20 00 

6223. Apparatus, for generating hydrogen, of copper, with bell, basket and stop¬ 
cock, 1 gallon size. $9 00 


APPARATUS FOR GAS ANALYSIS. 


^ 6224. Apparatus, for the analysis of gases, especially furnace gasee, according to 
Orsat, the large, improved apparatus, consisting of 5 pipettes, 1 measuring 


burette, with platina spiral, rubber bags, etc., complete.$70 00 

See Winkler’s Gas Analysis, page 198. 

5225. Apparatus, with palladium tube instead of platina spiral. 60 00 


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5226. Apparatus, for gas analysis in general, especially for furnace gases ; aooording to 
Orsat-Muencke ; complete in case 3 pipettes and 1 measuring burette, 25 50 


The glass parts alone .. .. 18 00 

5227. Ditto, Fisher’s modification, very compact and handy for travelling, 
similar but half the size of above, complete in case. 20 50 

Glass parts alone. ... 14 50 



5226 



^ 5228. Apparatus, for gas analysis, designed by Dr. Arthur H. Elliot, expressly 
for the analysis of illuminating and furnace gases, very valuable for gas works 
and iron companies. Lately improved form, with bulbs and shortened tubes. 


6229. Apparatus, as per diagram ^ bottles and tubing $2.00 extra). .$13 00 

5230. Apparatus, with water-jacket and rubber stoppers.15 00 

5231. Apparatus, portable, in case, complete.. 24 00 

5232. Explosion burette for above, $8.00 extra. 

5232a. Apparatus, Elliot, Mackintosh's modification, glass parts.. 24 00 


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^ 5233. Apparatus, for the analysis of gases according to Professor W. Hempel, 
the most perfect and most complete apparatus designed for exact and rapid 
determination as described in his “ Neue Methoden fiir Analyse der Gase its 
great advantages are: 

1. Only one sample volume of gas necessary to determine all gases it contains. 

2. All possible re-agents can be used with it 

3. No waste of chemiculs. 

4. No losses by absorption, etc. 

5. Almost absolute accuracy and one-tenth the time formerly necessary. 

6. Does not need retilling and cleaning after each test it stays as it is, always 

ready for further tests. 



5233-7 


6233-5 


5233-6 


5233-4 


5233-2 


The apparatus includes: 4 gas burrettes, 3 single gas pipettes, 2 compound pi¬ 
pettes, 1 explosion pipette, palladium tube and 12 connections, which we fnr- 
nish all mounted with support table for pipettes, for. .$43 00 

Re-agents, electric battery and RhumkorfFs coil, as used with Hem pel’s apparatus 
are charged extra at reasonable rates. 

Additional parts lately designed by the author. 

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5234. Hydrogen pipette on support ..$ 3 00 

^ 5235. Absorption pipette mounted and filled with pearls .. 3 50 

6236. Compound pipette, mounted, for solid substances.. . 4 25 

6237. New form explosion pipette, mounted. 6 60 

5238. The complete apparatus arranged for absolute determinations 

over Mercury. .. $100 CO 

5239. Ditto, the complete apparatus with barometer. 150 00 

Price of single parts see gas burettes and gas pipettes. 


5235 


5236 6237 

APPARATUS 

for determination of Gases, according to Bunsen; see M Gasometrische 

Methoden.” 

6240. Absorptiometer for estimating the coefficient of absorption See fig. 5000.$80 00 


^ 5241. Absorption Tube, straight, graduated in m.m. See fig. 5002... 1 00 

^ 5242. Absorption Tube, with bulb, graduated in m.m. See fig. 5001. 1 30 

5243. Caliber Measure, with handle and ground plate. 1 20 

5244. Diffusion Apparatus. 6 00 


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5245. Eudiometers, graduated in millimeters. 

300 500 700 800 m.m. long. 

Price, $2 50 3 00 3 50 4 00 each. 

5246. Funnel, with stop-cock to fill above tubes. 

Capacity, 50 100 200 C.C. 

Price, $1 50 1 75 2 10 

— 5247. Cathetometer, with telescope ; base n. levelling screws.$35 00 to 45 00 

5248. Glass-dividing Arrangement, complete. 27 50 

5249. Apparatus, for preparing pure hydrogen.. 4 25 

Bee fig. 5110. 

% 5250. Apparatus, for preparing pure oxyhydrogen.. 4 25 

Bee fig. 5111. 

% 5251. Apparatus, for determining the specific gravity of gases by the rapidity of dis¬ 
charge ; with iron mercury cistern. 22 50 

5252. Apparatus, to measure the volume of gases with mercury trough of glass and 

wood. . 7 50 

5253. Leyden Jar, with platinum coating. 3 50 

6254. Porcelain Tube, for electric sparks. . 5 60 

5255. Mercury Trough, with glass sides, according to size. .6 00 to 7 50 

5256. Syphon Barometer, with graduation. 12 00 



5255 5251 5265 


^ 5257. Syphon Barometer, with support. 15 00 

5258. Steam Apparatus, complete with stands, etc . 18 00 

See also gasometer, photometer, induction coils, dipping batteries and pinchcocks. 
6259. Thermometer, 60 C.C., 1-5 to insert in open limb of barometer.$7 60 

5260. Blowpipe, with small lamp attached for closing and sealing glass tubes. 1 50 

5261. Iron Support, extra heavy, with adjustable holder for the eudiometer tubes. 

Price.5 00 

5262. Tong for holding tubes, etc., in drawing out.75 

0263. Apparatus, for estimating the density of illuminating gas by the velocity of 

discharge (Bolley’s handbook on technical gas industry), according to Schilling. 

Price .$20 U0 

5264. Apparatus, Winkler% for gas analysis, the gla?s parts. 8 00 

5265 Apparatus, Winkler’s, for gas analysis, complete with support. . 10 80 


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^ 5266. Bunte’s gas burette.. .. $6 75 

Jacket, $1.00. extra. 

5267. Apparatus, same with support. 8 50 

5268. Lunges gas burette, 50 C.C-c If with patent stop- ) . 5 00 

5269. Lunges gas burette, 100 C.C.] cock, price net f. 6 00 

5270. Apparatus, same with Bupport, additional. . 2 50 

See also azotometers, nitrometers, etc. 

5271. Apparatus, for collecting gases of mineral waters, etc., with 3 tubes, according 

to Bunsens.. . 4 00 

5272. Apparatus for collecting gases, according to Fresenius. . 10 00 

Ail other glass instruments used in testing mineral waters, aa described in “ Pre¬ 
senilis’ quantitative analysis, " we furnish at low prices. 



5273 5268 5266 5276 


5273 5268 5266 5276 

5273. Apparatus, according to Professor Richards for exhausting and com¬ 
pressing air, this is one of the most useful apparatus where hydrant pressure 
is obtainable, equally valuable as quick filter or as blast for blast- bmp% 

6274. Apparatus, complete with pump. 8 25 

^ 5276. Apparatus, ditto, according to Muenke.. 20 00 

With vacuum gauge, $5 00 extra. 


5276. Apparatus, for urinary analysis, according to Professor Draper ; a hand¬ 
some wooden stand, with drying points, washing bottle, urinometer, glass 
cylinder, 4 watch glnsses, } dozen test tubes, 9 labeled glass-stoppered bottles, 


and brass alcohol lamp... ..$4 50 

This set is expressly arranged for students. 

—5*277. Ditto, filled with re agents.. 5 00 


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5278. Apparatus, Urinary, Roberts’ for testing urine. This desirable apparatus 
consists of the following parts : 1 set Neubauer's Urinometers, in two spindles, 

one ranging from 1,000 to 1,020 and from 1,020 to 1,040 complete, with neces¬ 
sary Test Glasses; 4 Urine Glasses conical, with lip and foot, 6 Test Tubes, 
of annealed glass, 6 inches long; 1 Alcohol Lamp complete; 5 Bottles, with 
engraved labels, of 5 ounce capacity containing the following pure re-agents; 
Acetic Acid, Nitric Acid, Liquor Potass®, Liquor Ammonii, Fehling’s Solution. 
1 Burette with spring clamp, graduated from 0 to 250 grains or 25 CC; 1 Bunsen’s 
Burette Holder ; 3 Pipettes, 5 to 6 inches long ; 3 Stirring Bods ; Graduate : 
1 Flash with flat bottom; 1 Bing, to support Flask; 1 box Litmus Paper. 
The whole is tastefully and conveniently arranged on a circular stand of two 
tiers, made of polished wood, exactly to suit the wants of the physician in 
office.. .$16 00 



5279 



5278 




5280 


^ 5279. Approximate Tube for urinary tests, Murray’s. $1 25 

5279a. Apparatus for estimating urea, Marshall’s, $3 00. Fowler’s, $2 50. 
5280. Apparatus, for estimating urea; ureometer ; according to Dr. Dore- 
rnus. . I 25 

Small Support 25 cts., Lirg* Support, $1.00 extra. 

5280a Ditto, ditto, on glass foot. • • I o0 


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5281. Apparatus for the estimation of sugar in urine, “ Dr. Ein horn’s Fermenta¬ 

tion Saccharometer,” set of 2 in case, with graduated tube. 1 60 

Single tubes.75 cts. each. 

5282. Nos. 5280 and 5281 with Esbach's Albmnenometer and Squibb’* 

Urinometer with Thermometer, form a very valuable test set for physicians. 

Complete . 6 50 

% 5283. Apparatus, for estimating urea ; areometer ; according to Dr. Hhfner. 3 00 

% 5284. ditto, improved form on stand with graduated tube, etc. 5 00 

Other Urinary Apparatus see supplementary list. 

% 5285. Apparatus, for the determination of carbon according to Prof Liebig, com¬ 
bustion furnace with combustion Tube, ohloride calcium tube and potash bulbs, 

complete.34 10 

See also carbon determination. 



6287 

^ 6286. Apparatus, for the determination of Nitrogen in organic analysis, accord¬ 
ing to Will & Varrentrapp, consisting of a combustion furnace with combus¬ 
tion tube and nitrogen bulbs, complete.$3 75 

6287. Apparatus, for the determination of Nitrogen in organic analysis, according to 
Dumas, a combustion furnace, combustion and delivery tube, porcelain pneu¬ 
matic trough, graduated eudiometer tube, and wooden support for same, com¬ 
plete . $7 50 


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5288. Apparatus, for vapor density determinations, Victor Meyers, inner 


tube... $1 00 

Outer bath . . 1 00 

Small glass-stoppered vials, dozen. 1 SO 

^ 5289. Apparatus for Nitrogen Determination, Azotometer or Nitrometer, accord¬ 
ing to Shift. 3 50 

-*■ 5290. Ditto, ditto, according to Lunge, 100 c.o. with support, new form. 8 50 

See also No. 5268 and 5375. 

% 6291. Ditto, ditto, according to Knopp, modified by Wagner.20 00 

5292. Ditto, ditto, according to Professor Johnson, complete with jacket.12 00 

Support tor same, $4 50 extra. 

Ditto, ditto according to Kjeldahl, see Appendix, page 291. 



5300 5295 5303 


5300 5295 5303 

Q 5293. Apparatus, to heat substances under pressure, made of hydraulic metal, lead 

lined, to stand 2,000 lb. pressure, capacity 1 pint. $30 00 

0 5294. Ditto, with bath....$12 00 extra. 

5295. Apparatus, for the analysis of Soils, according to Schultz .$2 50 

% 5300. Apparatus, for the analysis of Soils, according to Noebell .$4 00 

5301. Apparatus, with support. $6 00 

5302. Apparatus, with aspirator and jar. $11 50 

ft 5303. Apparatus, for mechanical analysis, according to Tlioulet . $7 50 


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APPARATUS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF MILK. 


*6304. 


*6306. 
* 6306. 

6307. 

6308. 

5309. 

5310. 
6311. 


Apparatus, for testing milk, Marchand’s, specially arranged for milk inspec¬ 
tors. The cream tubes, pipettes, etc., are packed inside a brass jar, with alco¬ 
hol cup for raising cold milk to the temperature desired and to make the appar¬ 
atus portable.$10 00 

Cream Tubes, separately.each, 60cts., on foot, $1 00 

Cream Tubes, giving direct percentage of cream.50 cents. 

Cream Tubes, giving direct percentage of cream, large with glass foot.$1 00 

Cream Tubes, according to Gerber ..each 60 cents. 

Lactodensimeters, N. Y. Board of Health .each 60 cents. 

Lactodensimeters, N. Y. Board of Health, with thermometer.$2 60 

Lactodensimeters, Queveunes, with thermometer. $2 00 each. • 



*6312. 

*6313. 

5314. 

* 6315. 
—*6316. 


Creamometer, Chevaliers, with red lines. $1 00 

Lactoscope, Professor Feser’s, in polished wooden case with metal foot, 

latest form. .$3 40 

Lactobutyrometer, Caldwell’s, graduated tube with rubber stopper, 2 pi¬ 
pettes and one cylinder, complete.$2 50 

(Pioscope) milk tester, Professor Heeren’s, for approximate tests. ..60 cents. 
Lactobutyrometer, after Professor Soxhlet, with guaranty of correctness by 
the Professor, with 2 normal hydrometers, support, rubber bulbs, cooler, 12 
numbered bottles, wash-bottles, pinchcocks, etc., complete See fig. 5191. 

The two hydrometer.-* aloue ...$12 0d 


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— 5317. Complete milk-testing apparatus, for inspectors, etc., consisting of Feser’s lacto- 

scope, laotodensimeter, thermometer, cylinder, complete with instructionB in 
leather case..$12 50 

See also, Hofmeister dishes, Soxleth’s extraction apparatus. 

5318. Apparatus for generating Gasoline Gas, (see also furnaces for gasoline 
gas) will furnish gas for blast purposes, glass-blowing, and if connected with a 
gas-holder like No. 6484, will answer to perfection ; if burned in a modified 


Bunsen burner, like coal gas. 

O o. Small generator. .$6 06 

O Small generator, complete with blower, tubing, etc.$1$ 00 


<0 5. Large generator... .$15 00, complete with blower, $22 00 



$6 5319. Electro-Plating Apparatus, for silver-plating, etc., including the following; 


2 No. 1, Smee Batteries .$6 00 

1 Extra Glass Cup. 60 

2 Rods, 18 inohes long, with connections 1 00 

■2 ten feet Conducting wires. 20 

1 Book of Instructions. 1 00 

1 Glass Funnel. 65 

£ Pound Quicksilver.. 40 

1 Glass Rod. 25 

1 Graduate Glass. 60 

1 Scratch Brush.1 00 


1 Sand Brush .$ 45 

1 Fine Brush... 45 

3 Burnishers, assorted.3 00 

1 Pound Hanging Wire. . 60 

1 Box of Pumice Stone. 25 

1 “ Whiting. 25 

1 “ Rouge. 50 

1 “ Crocus. 25 

1 Quart Silver Solution. 2 50 

1 Silver Anode. 1 00 


Complete Outfit.$20 00. 

Apparatus compounded, according to Fresenius, Bunsen, Hem- 
pel, Winkler, etc., set up according to their instructions correctly, ready for 
use with tubes filled, etc., at very reasonable rates. 

Apparatus, for qualitative analysis, volumetrio analysis, blow-piping, for assaying, 
etc. (See Appendix.) 

Apparatus, of any description to order. 


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APPARATUS FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF 
MICROORGANISMS. 

According to Doctor Robert Koch. 


6320. Steam Sterilization Apparatus, as designed by Dr. R. Koch. Large size, 
felt covered, with stop-cock and gauge, price $18 00, with thermometer. 
$20 00 . 

Directions for using: Fill the apparatus with water to point indicated on gauge, 
place the helmet on, having previously inserted in it a thermometer; apply 
heat, and when the thermometer has reached lGO° C M (which will 
be indicated by escaping steam) then the material should be put in. but no 
sooner. The hooks on the side serve as supports for the material, or the 
latter is placed in the inner vessel. 



6320 ' 6321 

6321. Steam Sterilization Apparatus, for Blood Serum, as designed by Dr. R. 

Koch, with gauge, stop-cock and felt covering. Price.$20 00 

Directions for using : Fill both cover and apparatus with water, being careful to 
keep the inner space perfectly dry. By means of two burners raise the temper¬ 
ature to 60° C., the blood serum contained in the sterilization glasses which 
have been sterilized in apparatus 
6323) is placed in the hollow space 
of the apparatus, the helmet placed 
on, and the inner temperature raised 
as quickly as possible to 58° C. (con¬ 
sequently it is not advisable to place 
too many tubeB in at one time.) 

The blood serum must remain per¬ 
fectly liquid, therefore the tempera¬ 
ture must not be raised above 60° C. 

^ 6322. Apparatus for Solidifying 
Blood Serum, as designed by 
Dr. R. Koch, to take from 60 or 100 
tubes, the whole apparatus covered 5322 

with felt, having glass cover and movable legs. 

Price. large, $20.00 

Directions for using: The blood serum having been sterilized in apparatus 
No. 6321 is put in this apparatus (laying the tubes in a slanting position) and 
heated to 65° to 75° C. The serum as a result of this treatment must become a 
transparent solid, therefore the heating has to be continued, and the tubes fre¬ 
quently examined, until this result has been attained. The small quantity of 
+ water which forms is allowed to remain as it serves as a Nutritive (Naehrboden.) 

N, B. —Prices given are for tlie large size made ol tin, or the small size 
made of copper. The small size of tin is 20 per cent less. The large 
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^ 5323. Doable-Wall Sterilization Apparatus, for sterilizing at higher tempera¬ 
tures, according to Dr. Koch. Large size with 3 shelves, iron rod and fork to 
support burner, hooks to fasten against the wall, and 4 legs to set on table, com¬ 
plete. Large $25.00. Small, $15.00 

This apparatus is used to sterilize the vessels, intended to receive the matter to be 
worked with, viz.: The receivers for the blood serum, Erlenmeyer’s flasks, glass 
plates for the nutritive gelatine, supports, etc. The sterilization tubes closed by 
a stopper of pure cotton are placed in the galvanized frame (see No. 5324), the 
frame is put into the apparatus and heated for one hour to 140° G. (the cotton 
will carbonize slightly). The glass plates for the water investigations are placed 
into the covered iron box (see No. 5325), and heated as above. 

The Erlenmeyer’s flasks closed with cotton stoppers are heated directly in the ap¬ 
paratus to 1400 0. 



5327 


5324. Basket of Tinned metal for receiving the sterilization tubes.each $1 00 

(As described in 5323). 

5325. Metal Box to receive the glass plates to be sterilized (see 5323).each 2 00 

10 glass plates to fit . 60 

5326. Vegetation Apparatus of lead lined metal with glass and felt cover¬ 

ing on legs, large size, complete, with water-gauge and stop-cook. 30 00 

5327. Thermostat (Temperature regulator) according to Prof. Reichert _ 4L20- 

N. B.—Prices given are for the large size made ot tin, or the small size 
made ot copper* The small size of tin is 20 per cent less* The large 
size of copper 50 per cent additional. 


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5998. Thermostat, according to Bunsen Kemp, in metal frame. $3 50 

63549. Ditto, all glass. .. 2 25 

6330. Ditto, nl iu pleat form. 1 85 

* 6330a. Meat Press. \ gall. * gall. 1 gall. 

$3.00. 4.00. 7.00. 

—* 6391. Hot Water Funnel, on legs, with funnel made of heavy copper. 5 00 

jfc 6999. N up port for nivellation with mirror plate large size. 

4 6999. Wooden Support $5.50. Metal Support, see fig. 5332. 8 

6994. Hollar and Reservoir, with knob, see fig. 5332. 1 

Oiroular Level.. 2 



6331 5339 5337a 5337b 


6331 5339 5337a 5337b 

% 5335. Bacterioscopical tubes. 100 CC. 200 CC. 500 CC. 

.50. .65. $1.00. 

^ 5336. Bacterioscopical flasks. 100 CC. 200 CC. 300 CC. 500 CC. 

.25. .30. .40. .50. 

% 5337. Ditto, like a or b with side neck. 100 CC. 200 CC. 300 CC, 500 CC. 

.50. .65. .75. $1 CO. 

5338. Cultivation tubes according to Pasteur with ground cap and ground 

tube. Each. $1 25 

^ 5339. Cultivation flasks with ground helmet. 

50 CC. 100 CC. 


.40. .50. 

^ 5340. Wetchamber, (a set of two flat dishes one with knob being a cover, see 

fig. 5332).3 inches .25c.10 in.1 25 


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5341. Wetchamber, without knob, set of two. 3 in 25c. 4 in. 40c. 6 in 5oc. 10 in, $1 16 


5342. Plates for counting Bacterias 1 

6343. Slides for gelatine, plain.doz. 1 25 

Ditto, ground edge . .doz. 2 60 

Smaller sizes for the microscope see under Microscopic slides. 

5344. Glass block with cavity and ground plate. .doz. 300 

6345. Glass Benches bent of one piece or glass plates cemented on, to support 

the slides with nutritive gelatine.per doz. 2 50 


5346. Glass Dishes with straight sides of best white glass, flat bottom for Wet- 
chambers. 

Diameter, 2}, 3, 4, 5, 6}, 7}, .8}, 9}, 10}, 16 in. 

.12, .20, .30, .40, .60, .65, .76, 1.00, 1.86, 6.00. 

Round bottom glass dishes same price. 


5347. Glass Stirrers, assorted sizes. . $0 60 

With Platinum wire fused in.each 26 to 30 


5348. Glass Jars for solidifying the preparations, see Anatomical Jars. 
Erlenmeyer’s Flasks, see Flasks Erlenmeyer’s 



^ 6349. Air Tester, according to Dr. Hess, complete.$18 00 

Directions for using: The completely rigged tube is placed for 1 hour in the steam 
sterilization apparatus 5320 (should the latter prove too short, a piece of pipe has 
to be attached) and thoroughly sterilized ; after this operation the rubber 
stopper with the tube is removed and so much nutritive gelatine placed in the 
large tube that the bottom is well covered if in a horizontal position. Replace 
the stopper with the tube, put it back into the sterilization apparatus in verti¬ 
cal position for 25 minutes, then take the tube out, place it perfectly horizontal 
and allow the gelatine to solidify. To test the air, the small side tube whioh 
has been filled with pure ootton is brought into connection with the aspirator, 
the rubber cap taken off, so that the membrane with the small opening is ex 
posed ; then aspirate slowly a certain volume of air through the large tube, re- 
t place the rubber cap. disconnect the aspirator and allow the germs to develop. 


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% 6350. Areometer, Nichols, of glass. $3 00 

6361. Ditto, ditto, in case. 6 00 

6363. Ditto, ditto, Nichols, of brass . 3 25 

6354. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with glass footed jar to float it. 3 75 

5355. A Set of Decimal Weights for do. 20, o to 1 Milli in block. Price.. 2 20 

In case. t . 3 00 

5356. Arsenic Plates, of glazed porcelain, round, with rim and handle. 

Diameter. 1, 1J, 2 inches. 

15 cts. 20 cts. 25 cts. 

6357. Arsenic Tubes all forms, of German glass. 

Per dozen, a, b, c, d.50 to 75 ofes. 

5358. Asbestos, etc. Board 1-32, 1-16, J, 3-16, \ inch, 1 yd. wide. 30 cts. per pound. 

5359. Ditto, 1-16 in. Thick cqt. 

4x4, 6x6 inches. 

60 cts. doz. 1.25 doz. or 50 cts. per pound. 



6350 5354 53G1 5357 


5360. Asbestos, paper, per sheet.. .5 ots. .pound, $2 40 

^ 6361. Aspirator with syphon and funnel tube, Liebig’s form, according to 

size. Quart, $1 50. y 2 Gallon, $2 00. Gallon.2 60 

% 6362. Ditto, ditto, of Zinc japanned lO Litres capacity. 35 00 

6362a. Ditto, ditto, 20 Litres. . 9 00 

5363. Aspirator, double, metal frame, glass receivers, best Laboratory aspirator 

revolving on axes for continuous suction 10 Liter capacity. 70 00 

6364. Aspirator, after Magnus, double ; for continual suction ; without 

changing connections, reservoirs of zinc of 10 Liter capacity each. Price. 25 00 
Vfc 6365. Aspirator of Zinc double with two tripots to be reversed for continuous suction. 

Capacity, 10 Liter, 20 Liter. 

$9 00 12 50. 


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5366. Aspirator Bottles, tubulated on foot, of very heavy German glass, with 

large tubulature for stopper. 

Contents, 4 oz. \ pint, 1 pint, 1 quart, } gaL 1 gal. 2 gaL 3 gaL 8 gal. 

.36, .40, .45, .60, ,80, $1.20, 2.50, 3.50, 10.00. 

5367. Ditto, ditto, with narrow outlet to connect with Rubber Tubing direct 

pint quart. $ gaL 
.45, .GO, .80, 

^ 5368. Ditto, ditto, with stopper and glass stop-cock ground into the outlet 
Contents, £ pint 1 pint 1 quart £ gaL 1 gaL 2 gaL 3 gaL 8 gal. 

$2.00, 2.15, 2.25, 2.50, 3.50, 4.50, 5.00, 12.00. 

5369. Ditto, ditto, with two necks. 

Contents, 1 pint 1 quart £ gaL 1 gaL 2 gal. 

$1.00, 1,25, 1.75, 2.25, 3.00. 

Ditto, ditto, with 3 necks 10 per cent higher. 

6370. Aspirator Bottles with two tubulatures near the bottom, one opposite 
the other. 

Capacity, 1 quart } gal. 1 gal. 2 gaL 
Each. $1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 3.25. 

Assay Flasks, see Flasks. 

5371. Attachment of Iron, with 2 Brass screws, indispensable to attach a rod ver¬ 
tically or horizontally to any Iron Support. 

SmalL Large. 

.25, .30 cts. 



5366 5368 5369 5371 5372 


% 6372. Ditto, Universal double joint. $0 50 

5373. Azotometer, Johnson’s, complete with jacket. 12 00 

Ditto, ditto, mounted on heavy iron support.15 00 


5374. Azotometer, G. Lunge’s, see ** Winkler’s Gas Analysis ” the glass parts. 

50 CC. in 1-5. 100 CC. in 1-5. 

$5 00. 6 00. 


Ditto, with support. 7 60. 8 50 

Soe figure 5268. 

5375. Azotometer or Nitrometer; Uunge’s, for testing the commercial value of 

Saltpeter. 100 CC. in 1-5 with patent stopcock.$6 6o 

Ditto, with support.. 9 60 

See figure 5290. 


5376. Azotometer or Nitrometer, according to Knopp ; modified by Wag¬ 
ner; complete on support .$20 00 

See figure 5291. 

3|£5377. Azotometer, according to Scliiff, on wooden base, with reservoir bulb. 3 50 

See Figure 5289. 


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^ 6378. Azotometer, according to Schulze, (determination of nitric acid) by meant 

of aluminium, complete. $9 00 



6379 



5379. Ditto, for Nitric add in pretence of 
organic substances, after Sohldeing 
oomplete at per sketch-$15 00 

5380. Azotometer or Nitrometer, ac¬ 
cording to Allen; divided in 50 
CC. in 1-5 CO. $4 00 




5378 


V \ 

5381 




X 6381. Azotometer or Nitrometer, according to Zulkowski. 


o, without stop-cocks but with graduation. $1 

6, without stop-cocks and without graduation. . 1 

c, with stop-cocksand with graduation. 4 

d, with stop-cocks and without graduation.. 3 

Support for set of 2... 3 


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BALANCES OF PRECISION. 


Fbr Assaying, Analytic , and all other scientific work, manufactured and adjusted by 
Becker & Sons, Henry Troemuer and the best German scale builders, sold at 
manufacturer’s lowest cash figures. These Balances are too well known to say 
more about their quality here. We mention only, that we take any guaranty 
for their utmost adj ustment and accuracy. 

QB382. Assay Balance, on polished mahogany box, beam, column and pans 
folding in drawer, for a charge up to 40 grains in each pan ; sensible to 
1-200 grain ; complete with set of fractional grain weights.$30 00 



5383 




5384 


QJfc 5383. Beoker’s No. 1, or Troemner’s No. 1. Assay Balance, in French polished 
glass case, sliding frame counterpoised ; can be oharged up to twenty-five 
grammes in each pan ; deviation of needle on scale, 5 divisions for 1 

milligramme ; steel knives with agate bearings. $55 00 

With rider arrangement, $10 00 extra. 

(y% 5384. Assay Balance, Becker’s No. 2, or Troemner’s 132, in glass case, polished ma¬ 
hogany, expressly constructed for travel, case, beam, column, and pans 

folding in mahogany box, sensible to 1-20 milligramme, complete. 65 00 

5384a. Ditto, ditto, with weights from 20 grammes down to 1-10 milligramme, and 

rider arrangement... 75 00 


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0^5385. Assay Balance, Troemner’s, No. 2, with rider apparatus, 
beam made of aluminium, divided into 1-10 milligramme* 

All bearings agate, needle deviates 20 full divisions for 1 milligramme.. .$80 00 

5386. Assay Balance, Troemner’s, No. 3. In use at the U. S. Assay 
Office, New York, St Louis, and at the U. S. Mints at New Orleans, 
Philadelphia and Washington, etc., etc., etc. 

This Balance is of great sensibility, the needle indicating 40 full divisions 
for one milligrammo and graduated into 1-10 milligrammes. All bearings 
are of “agate.” Open beam of pure aluminium, has improved 
arrest for rider. Mahogany case, with glass top, bottom of case is black 
Belgian marble (will not break). Balance is sensible to 1-100 milli¬ 


gramme . 95 00 

6387. Becker’s No. 5, same accuracy. 95 00 



5385 


5386-5387 


Q* 6388. Assay Balance, Troem¬ 
ner’s, new, extra fine, 
Oertling’s style,No. 5 is of the 
very finest and most delicate 
construction. The beam and 
its hangings are of pure al¬ 
uminium, all bearings of 
1 agate' with ‘ agate' knives. 
Has a double column with 
improv’d eccentric lift, work¬ 
ing perfectly smooth and 
regular, releasing the pans 
first then the beam, by the 
one operation. Both arms 
of the beam are graduated 
into 100 equal parts ; glass 
case of the finest finish, 
large and roomy, with glass 
top to admit light freely, 
bottom of case is heavy plate 
glass. The Balance has the I 
highest attainable sensibili¬ 
ty, the needle indicating 60 
divisions for one milligrame. 

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O 5389- Assay Balance, Becker’s new, short arm, mounted like 5393, 
with glass top and bottom, bearings and edges agate, beam graduated on 
both arms in 1-50 milligr. Needle deviates 50 divisions for 1 milligr-$135 00 

O 6390. Assay Balance, Oertling^s make, same style as 5388 imported to order, 
his finest double column assay balance. $250 00 

O* 5391. Becker’s No. 0 or Troemner’s No. 3, Analytical Balance for 
a charge up to 100 grammes in eaoh pan, in French polished glass case, 
front sliding frame counterpoised, all bearings steel, sensible to ^milli¬ 
gramme with its full charge, with arrest for pans, $45 00 resp. $40 00. 

Ditto, ditto, with rider arrangement... 50 00 

This Balance is the most economical for private and smaller Laboratories. 



5391 



5392 

5392. Analytical Balance Becker’s No. 7 or Troemner’s No. 2, for a charge 
up to 100 grammes in each pan in fine French polished glass case, front sliding 
frame counterpoised; all bearings agate planes with new improved arrangements 
for arrest of pans and beam; sensible to 1-20 milligrame with its full charge. Pro¬ 
vided with apparatus for specifio gravity, rider and weighing tubes, beam divided 

in 1-10 parts of milligrammes, pans2| inches in diameter.$85 00 

Ditto, ditto, with agate knife edges. 95 00 


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O* 5393. Analytical Balance, Becker’s, new pattern. Short beam, for rapid 
weighing, capacity 200 grammes sensitive to 1-10 milligramme, bnilt very substan¬ 
tially, with glass plate in bottom of case, agate knife edges, beam 
graduated on both arms, width of pan support, 4 in. $125 00 



5393 


08394. Ditto, with adjustable shelf for 
supporting beaker for speciflo 

gravity.$138 00 

08396. Ditto, ditto, best German 

make.$100 00 

O 8400. Ditto, ditto, most elegantly 
mounted, with heavy plate 
glass doors, opening all 
around, gilded trimnings, ag¬ 
ate knife edges.150 00 

CBfc 8401. Short Arm J£a1ance, Troem- 
ner’s, No. 9>, (New.) Balance 
with Beam 8 in. long—divided 
into 1-10 milligrammes—capac¬ 
ity 200 grammes in each pan— 
sensibility 1-20 milligramme. 
Pons 3 in. diameter, improved 
pan holder and pen arrest — 
elegant polished mahogn 
with counter-poisrd 
door. All bearings are ‘ 
planes, etc. etc. Price 


n.v case 
sliding 
Agate^ 
$95 00 



5401 


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O *402- Balance, Analytical, Troemner's No. 9, balance same as the above — capacity 100 
grammes in each pan— sensibility 1-20 milligramme—has 6 in. Beam, 2| in. pans. 

All bearings “ agate ” planes, etc., etc. Price.. $80 00 

Agate knife edges $10 extra. 

Aluminium Beam $10 extra. 

5403. Aluminium Balance, Troemner’s No. 6, (New.) Balance of the very finest 
construction—capacity 200 grammes in each pan and sensible to the 1-20 milli¬ 
gramme— new and improved rider arrangement—both arms of the beam are 
divided—all bearings are of ** agate ” all knife edges also of agate, no steel used 
whatever.—The Beam, Bows, Pans, etc., made of pure aluminium all the 
other parts are plated with gold making the entire Balance proof against rust or 
corrosion—the advantage of aluminium is great lightness with rigidity, ensuring 
highest attainable sensibility with a heavy load etc., etc., pan supports are made 
to prevent elongation when loaded—mahogany case etc., with glass top to admit 

light freely. Beam 12 in. Pans 3 in. Price (long or short arm).150 00 

O *404. Becker’s No. 8 or Troemner’s No. 1, Analytical Balance, for 200 
grammes in each pan ; sensible to 1-20 milligramme with its full charge. Pro¬ 
vided with arrest for pans, apparatus for specific gravity, rider and weighing 
tubes, beam divided in 1-10 parts of milligrammes, pans 3 inches in diame¬ 
ter .$104 00 

0*405. Becker's No. 9.—Ditto, with adjustable shelf for supporting beaker with water 

when taking specific gravities .$117 00 

With agate knife edges, $10 00 extra. 



O *406. Becker’s No. 10.—Balance for scientific use, for a charge np to 500 
grammes in each pan; sensible to 1-10 part of a milligramme with its full charge; 
glass oase as those before, all bearings agate planes. Provided With arrest for 
pans and beam, apparatus for taking specific gravity, rider and weighing tubes, 
beam divided in 1-10 parts of milligrammes, pons 4 inches in diameter. .$132 00 
0*407. Becker’s No. 11. —Ditto, with adjustable shelf for supporting beaker with water 

when taking specific gravities ..$145 00 

0 5406. Becker’s No. 13.— Balance for scientific use, in glass case for a charge np to 10 
kilos in each pan, sensible to 1 milligramme with that charge, pans 9 inches in 

diameter.$420 00 

Balances imported duty fVee from all the celebrated European makers, viz. . 
Becker’s Hons, Oertling, Bunge. Verlw'ck & Petzhold, Sarto- 
rius, G. Kern & Son, for whom we are the sole agents in the United States. 
All of above balances if provided with agate knife edges $10 00 extra. 

Note.- See also Supplemental Catalogue, page 276. 


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BALANCES. 

For Pharmaceutical , Bullion , Specific Gravity , CiA/, Sugar arid other 
purposes where accuracy is required . 


—5409. Balance, sensitive to 1-50 grain, (1 milligramme) and 1-20 for the larger sizes, 
Dutch style, with adjusting screw, on polished mahogany box. The 
finest and best adapted balance made for general laboratory work, assaying, etc. 
The accuracy, practical arrangement and reasonable price make this balance 
Jhighly reoommendable. 

To Weigh, 3 os. or 6 oz. or 10 oz. or 20 oz. or 50 oz. or 

O 75 gnn. 180 grm. 300 grm. 600 grm. 1500 gnn. 
O *11-00 15.00 18.00 22.00 26.00 

— 5410. With set screws, 12.50 17.00 20.00 24.50 28.75 

—% 6411. In glass case front sliding door, $22.00 25.00 28.50 34.00 39.00 

The 180, 300 and 600 gramme sizes without the glass case 
are the assayers palp scales. 

The 300 and 600 gramme sizes in Glass case are the Sugar 
balances. 



5409 


5411 


O 5412. Booker’s No. 29.— Bullion and Specie Scale, carrying 500 ounoes in each 
pan; sensible to 1 grain with that charge, all bearings, planes, with new im¬ 
proved construction for the arrestation of the beam. Provided with arrest 

for pans, set screws and level.$165 00 

O 5413. Becker’s No. 30.—Ditto, ditto, in glass case, sensible to } grain..$250 00 

Q 5414. Ditto, ditto, for 2000 ounces in each pan, sensible to 2 grains 

with that charge.$220.00 

O 5415. Becker’s No. 32.—Same, in glass case, sensible to 1 grain.$310 00 

O 5416. Becker’s No. 33.—Ditto, ditto, for 3,500 ounces in each pan, sensible to 2 grains 

with that oharge. .$600 00 

O 5416a.Becker’s No. 34.—Same, in mahogany glass oase, French polished, with counter¬ 
poised front sliding frame, sensible to 1 grain with that charge. -$750 00 


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0*r 5417. Diamond Scale, small folding in ease for carrying conveniently in pocket 
Price .$15 00 

—£ 541$. Balances, according to Prof Mohr’s system, for assaying, laboratory 
and prescription work, all brass, beams with prismatic steelbearings; sen¬ 
sible to 1-20 of a grain, by a charge np to two pounds, beam perforated with 
balancing wires. 16 60 



6417 5420 

—%- 5419. Ditto, ditto, ditto, without balancing wires ; sensible to 1-20 grain. 16 60 

—^ 5420. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with solid beam ; sensible to 1-20 grain.. 14 60 



5418 


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* 6419 


We have movable hard rubber pans for Balances mentioned above; they are 
used to protect the metal pan from acids, etc., for which we make an additional 
charge of 75 cents per pair, if ordered with Balance. 


Above scales if ordered nickel plated .20 per cent, extra. 

Polished mahogany cases with two drawers for above.$5 00- 


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—Sfc 6421. Scales, hand of brass, best German, 

Length of Beam, 4, 4}. 5, 6, 6}, 7}, inches, 

Price, $1 20 1 30 1 60 1 75 2 00 2 25 piece. 

Length of Beam, 8}, ' 9j, 10}, 11}, 12 inches. 

Price, $2 50 2 80 3 50 3 75 4 00 piece. 

—5422. Scales, with saddle, weight very exact, 5 grs. in 1-10 grs,.piece, 3 00 

— 5423. 44 44 44 “ 44 30 “ } «• ... 44 3 50 

— 64 24. 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 25 centimeters, in} centigramme “ 3 00 

— 5425. Saddle Scales, of new construction, very accurate beam graduated on 

both sides to weigh grammes and grains with one sliding weight 
Length of beam, 7 8 9 10 11 inches. 

( 1-10 to 5 grs. }-30 grs. }-60 grs. 1-120 grs. 1-240 grs. 

To Weigh. *1 and ana ana and and 

( } milli. to 25 centi. 5-15° oenti. 5-500 centL 1 deci 10, o. 1 deci,-15, o. 
$3 40, 4 25, 5 00, 6 00, 7 00. 

^05426. Balances, with sliding weight on graduated side beam. Beam divided for 
grain and metric system. Hated pans 4 inches diameter, to weigh up to 8 oz. 
The scale is sensitive to 1 grain, and is accompanied by a set of weights (grammes 


or grains), fitted into the base. 

Price, complete.$8 00 

O 5426a. Ditto, without slide, Laboratory scale, pans 6 inches, } gr. to 1 lb.. 9 (H> 



6429 5430 


-O 6427. Balance, (solution scale) fame as above to weigh up to 1 Kilo.$12 60 

O W28. Ditto, ditto, to weigh up to 5 Kilo. 18 00 


% 5429. Ditto, ditto, for coarse weighing, platform scales, French manufacture, weighing 
np to 1 2 5 10 20 40 pounds. 

Diameter of pans, 4} 5 51 7} 8} 10} inches. 

$2 60, 2 90, 3 50, 4 65, 6 50, 8 00. 

6429a. Balance, iron double platform, with tin scoop, tare and set weights in¬ 
cluded with weights to 4 11>. $2 00, 8 lb. $3 00. 

5430. Balance for druggists; platform scale, in handsome case, with marble top, pan& 


brass or nickel plated. 

Carrying capacity, .10, 15, 20, 30 pounds. 

Size of Pans,.7, 8, 9, 10 in. 

Case wood,marble top,.12 00, - 14 00, 16 00, 19 00. 


Nickel plated pans $1.50 to $2.00 additional. 


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—5430a. Balances fop prescriptions or physician’s office, with lever on Walnut 
box with drawer, weighing exact for 4 grain, this is a much better balance ttmm 
is sold in the trade generally. 

Length of beam, 5}, 7, 8 inches. 

$3.50, 5.00, 6 00. including set of Weights. 

* 5431. Balance, Plattner’s, for blow-pipe analysis ; portable in polished 
wooden box, best German make, oomplete, especially arranged for travel¬ 


ling, sensible to 1-6 milligr.$20 

5432. Ditto, ditto, with set of weights, 1 milligr. to 1000 milligr. 23 

O 5433. Folding Glass Oase for above according to Plattner. 16 

5434. Balances, Plattner*s, Lingke’s (Freiberg) make;beam 

taming on agate ; all metal parts gilded, sensitive to 1-20 Wjr 

milligramme; with portable glass case. Price... $75 00 Bj* 



5431 5437 5435 


9£ 5435. Balance, Jolly's Spiral, for rapid determination of speoiflo gravity of minerals, 
etc. $17 00 

5436. Ditto, ditto, for determination of specific {gravity according to Prof. 

Mohr, for solid and liquid bodies, best German manufacture, in polished boa, 
glass body with thermometer. $20 00 

5437. Ditto, ditto, Westphal’s system, the latest, handiest, and most improved 

form, for quick determination, in polished wood box, for liquids only, glass 

body with thermometer.$15 00 

This and all our other specific gravity balances are provided 
with Reimann’s Patent Thermometer body which can be 
replaced when broken. 

This balance overcomes all trouble with incorrect hydrometers, 
and forms an easy means for standardizing hydrometers. 


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5438. Ditto, arranged to weigh specific gravity of liquids up to 3,500.$25 00 

5439. Balance, ditto, according Beimann, for the determination of specific gravity of 

liquids directly by the means of weights. In box.$15 00 

6440. Reimonn’s Thermometer body for above balances . 3 00 

6441. Set of Riderweight8 for above. 1 00 


WEIGHTS. 

Gramme and Crain Weights for 8cientlfio work. 

No. I Quality. 

In polished boxes, lined with velvet, every pieoe fitted separately, brass weights 
lacquered, the fraction of the grammes are platinum, except below 20 milli¬ 
grammes, which are made of platinum or aluminium, adjusted to the utmost ac¬ 
curacy . 

— 5442. One gramme to 1 milligramme, all of aluminium...$5 00 

— 5443. One gramme to 1 milligramme, all platina. 7 00 

Ours have the riders. 

Becker s make. Our make. 

O 5444. One platinum gramme and dowu to 1-10 milligramme.$10 60 7 50 

05445. lO grammes and down to 1-10 milligramme. 12 00 9 00 

O 5445. 20 grammes and down to 1 milligramme and riders.. 14 00 9 00 

Q5447. 50 grammes and dowu to 1 milligramme and riders. 16 00 12 00 



6448. 

0^6 5448. lOO grammes and down to 1 milligramme and riders 18 00 $14 00 

O 6449. Becker’s No. 6. —Two hundred gramme piece and down to 1 

milligramme and riders .. 24 00 18 00 

O 5450. Becker’s No. 7.—Five hundred gramme and down to 1 gramme, and riders.. 28 00 

O 5451. Becker’s No. 8.—Five kilo piece and down to 1 milligramme. 70 00 

O 5452. Ten grain piece and down to 1-100 grain, with riders— . 7 00 

05153. Becker’s No. 10.—One thousand grain piece and down to 1-1000 grain, with 

riders.$18 00 onrmake, $12 00 

O 5464. Our make.—One thousand grain piece and down to 1-10 grain, with riders.. 11 00 

—05455. Weights, Assay ton, from 4 A. T. down to 1-20. 6 00 

6455. Set of blow-pipe weights to Plattner’s balance, 1000 milligrammes to 1 milli¬ 
gramme, in sliding box.$3 00 

— 5457. Standard Troy ounce weights, 10 ounce to 1-10 grain, in case. 

Price.$15 00, in block, $14 00 

— 5458. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 2 ounce to 1-10 grain, in case. 10 00, “ 9 

— 6469. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 1 8 00. 


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6460. Weights, single, analytical 

1.0; 0.5; 0.2; 0.1; 0.05; 0.02; 0.01; 0.006 ; 0.002 ; 0.001. 

.95 .75 .45 . 30 .30 .25 .20 .20 .20 .20 cts. 

5461. Ditto, ditto, complete set, comprising two each of 0.2 ; 0.02 ; 0.002 , and one eaoh 

of the remainder. . . $4 60 

5462. Weights, set of milligrammes in l-10th comprising 0.0005 ; 0.0002; 0.0002 ; 

0.0001; per set .. $100 

O 6463. Riders, 2 milligrammes, 10 milligrammes, 12 milligrammes.each, 25. cents. 

5464. Weights, fractional grains, 12 1 

1 10 grain. 1-20 grain. 1-50 grain. 

Per set .$1 60 

5466. Weights, ditto, 12 11 

1-100 grain. 1-200 grain. 1-600 grain. 1-1000 grain. 

Per set of 4.$2 00 

5466. Weights, Normal, Sugar, 26,048 or 13,024 .each, $1 00 


Gramme and Crain Weights for Fine Weighings. 
No. 2 Quality. 



5467-5468 6477-6477a. 


* 5467. Weights, gramme, of best German make, well adjusted ; 

these weights stand between the analytical and the common weight, and fill a 
long needed want as they are accurate and cheap. 

In polished wooden block, the smaller weights under glass cover. 

Sets of 20 50 100 200 500 1000 grammes down to 1 milligr. 

$2 20 2 50 2 85 4 00 6 00 8 00 

5468. Weights, ditto, in polished wooden velvet lined cases. 

20 50 100 200 500 1000 grammes to 1 milligramme. 


$3 50 « 3 75 5 00 6 60 8 00 10 00 

These weights suit Balance No. 5409. 

O 5469. One ounce troy down to 1-10 grain.$4 00 

05*70. 4 * 44 i “ N. Y. College of Pharmacy standard..3 50 

06*71. Becker’s No. 22.—One thousand grains down to 1-10 grain..*7 75 

O 6472. Ten ounce Troy, down to 1-10 grain. . 10 00 

O 6472a. Two ounoe pieces and down to } grain. . 5 00 

O 6473. Becker's No. 30.—One fifty ounce piece and down to J grain. 18 00 

Q6474. 44 100 44 44 i i4 . ...25 00 

O 6475. Becker’s No. 33.—'Two five hundred ounce pieces... 52 00 


Weights for coarse weighing, No. 3 quality, in Wooden block for 
weighing out samples of ores, fluxes, metals, etc., where great accuracy is not 
essential 

a. Troy Weights. 


5476. Troy, German silver, J grain up to 2 grains, per set.$0 20 

5477. Ditto, German silver, 1 grain up to 10 grains, per set . 15 

^ 5477a. Ditto, ditto, } grain up to 2 drams. . 25 

5478. Ditto, ditto, 1-2 grain up to 1 oz. (the small ones of German sil¬ 

ver,) per set.75 cents. 


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TROY WEIGHTS. - CONTINUED. 


—% 6479. Ditto, in nests, J oz. np to 8 oz., per nest.$2 

— 6480. Ditto, ditto, J oz. np to 1 lb., (12 oz.) per nest.2 

— 5481. Ditto, ditto, J oz. np to 2 lb., (24 oz.) per nest. 6 


ft. Avoirdupois Weights. 


—^ 6482. AToirdnpois, 1-16 oz. up to 1 lb. in wooden block, per set.$2 

— 6483. Ditto, 1-16 oz. up to 2 lbs. per set. 3 

— 6484a. “ 1-16 44 4 44 5 

—% 6484. Ditto, brass cased, \ oz. up to 1 lb., per set..1 

— 5485. Ditto, ditto, \ oz. up to 2 lbs., per set. 2 

O 0136. Ditto, brass, solid, J oz. up to 1 lb , per set. 2 

O 0487. Ditto, ditto, \ oz. up to 2 lbs., per set. 3 

5488. Ditto, of iron. In sets from 1-2 oz. to 1 lb. 

6489. “ 44 11 “ 1 * 2 . 

6490. 44 44 4 * " 1 “ 4 1 

6491. 41 " “ 44 1 14 8 2 


Ditto, ditto, single weights up to 50 lb. at reasonable rates. 



e. Gramme Weights. 

In Polished Wooden Block, the Larger Weights of Brass. 

6492. One centigramme, up to 1 gramme, in paper box, German silver.$0 


6492. One “ 44 20 4 ‘ 44 .45 inbox. 

6493a. Ditto, ditto, in covered box, 60,0 to 1 centigramme. 1 

6494. One centigramme, up to 100 grammes, in covered box. $1 

— 6495. One gramme, up to 600 grammes, in blook. . 1 


— 5500a.One gramme, up to 1,000 grammes = 1 kilo, (up to 2 kilo, $ 6 . 00 ). 3 

5501. Aluminium Grain Weights, J to 5 grains, per set,. 

^ 6502. Square Aluminium Grain Weights, J to 10 grains, per set,. 

O 5603. Weights, for gold, from pennyweight and fractions, up to 2 oz. Becker's make. 


Price.$4 00 

*0 3604. Balloons of oollodion, hydrogen balloons. 

Diameter, 12 16 inches. 

75 cts. $1 00. 

6505. Balloons of gold beater’s skin .....$1 25 to 3 00 

Vfc 5606. Ditto of glass, with short or long neok. 

\ 1 2 5 10 gals. 

$1 00 1 50 2 00 2 50 5 00 , 


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5507. Ditto, of glass, with stop-cock, for weighing gases.$1 65 

5508. Ditto, new style, with 2 very light stop-cocks. 1 60 

5509. Ditto, of glass, for determining the # specific gravity of vapore. 

30 CC. 50 CC. * 100 CC. 150 OC. 

.40, .50, .60, 75 cts. 

5510. Balloon of thin rubber, with brass Booket and brass stop-cook, capacity } gallon, 

round or oblong. .$1 85 

6511. The Balloon alone.50 

—5612. Barometer, Bunsen’s Syphon, graduated in millimeters, for boil¬ 
ing point, determinations, etc.$10 00 

— 6513. Ditto, with support.12 00 

— 5614. Barometer, plain on polished wood paper scale, and thermometer.6 00 

— 6616. Ditto, Milk glass scale.10 00 

O 6516. Ditto, U. 8. Signal Service standard.40 00 

— 5517. Ditto, Aneroid.6 00 

O 5518. Ditto, ditto, Watch size. ..20 00 

5519. Ditto, ditto, Goldsohmidt’g standard, for travelling ; heights to 4,000 meters, most 
exact. . .$60 00 



5512 5526 5528 5529 5525 


5512 5526 5528 5529 5525 

5520. Barometer Tubes, for Syphon Barometers, graduated in Millimeters, $3 00 

5521. Plain, eaoh. 1 00 

5522. Ditto, straight, one end sealed, S3 to 36 inches long, Torricelli’s Tube. 

eaoh. 86 

5524. Ditto, with steel stop-cock..2 00 

5525. Barometer Tube, with Bulb sealed on one end, each. 40 

5526. Baskets, of lead, for holding pieoes of zinc or sulphide iron, for genera¬ 

tors. 00 

6527. Baskets, ditto, on three legs . 75 

(Baths, drying, sand, water, etc., see there). 

* 5528. Battery Jars, round, of glass, best make. 

Width, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6 5, 8, 9 inohee. 

Height, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 9, 12, 12J inches. 

Price, 20c. 25c. 30c. 35c. 40c. 75c. 40c. $1.25 1.50 eaoh, 

* 5529. Battery Jars, square, of Hard Rubber, 2x3x5 in., eaoh.66 cts. 

5530. Battery Jars of glass, square, Ijx5}x6 in., so-called Hellgate cell..40 ots. 

2jx5x6J in . 45 ots. 

3*x4fx6i in.50 ots. 


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GALVANIC BATTERIES. 

—^ 5531. Galvanic Battery. Zinc-carbon. 


With extra heavy cast Zincs. 




No. 

1 , 

1*. 



2. 

Jar, 

4x4, 

4jx5, 


5x6, 

6x8 inches. 

Capacity, 

pint 

quart, 


JgalL 

1 gall. 

Price, 

»1 00, 

1 50, 


2 50, 

4 00. 

Carbon, 

10. 

25, 


35, 

45. 

Zinc, 

40, 

50, 


1 00, 

2 00. 

Porous Cup, 

10, 

12. 


20, 

25. 

Jar, 

20, 

25, 


30, 

40. 

tottery, ditto, Bunsen’s style with rolled Zincs. 


No. 

0, 

1, 

1}. 

% 

3. 

Jar, 

4x4, 

4}x5. 

5x6, 

6x8, 

8}xl2. 

Capacity, pint, 

quart, 

JgalL 

1 gall. 

2 gall 

Price, 

$1 00, 

1 50, 

2 00, 

3 00, 

5 75. 


—% 6533. Ditto, ditto, Grenet’s Battery, always charged and ready for use. ThiB bat¬ 
tery especially adapted for experimental and illustrative purposes. 

No. 1.—6 inches high, } pint. $1 60 IW 

No. 2.-8 “ 1 “ . 3 00 ' . . 

No. 3_10 “ 1 quart. 3 50 'V v - 

No-4.—12 “ i gallon . 4 75 

Battery, Grenet’s, double Zinc and carbons. 

12 inches high, ^ gallon. 8 50 

1 •• single zinc.10 50 



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—^ 5534. Ditto, Smee’s. 

No. 1, carbon plates, 3Jx5 inches, per cell. 

— 5535. No. 2. “ 4x8 •• “ . 

— 5536. Smee battery, small, £ pint.— 

O 5537. Ditto, with Platinized Silver plates, instead of carbons. 

Nos. 1, 2, 3. 

Sizes. 3x5, 3Jx7}, 4x8 inches. 

Price. $3.00, 3.75, 6.25. 


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'-^6638. Battery, gravity, with improved adjustable Zinc hangers and connections. 

(This is the most practical for quantitative Copper and Iron precipitations with 


Platina Cone and Spiral.) Jar 5Jx9 in., capacity, 6 pints.$1 00 

— 5539. Ditto, Jar, 5x7.*. 75 

— 5539a. “ “ 6x8. 1 15 

5Jx9, 6x7, 6x8. 

Single parts, Copper, .15, .15, .20. 

Jar, .40, .25, .35. 

Zinc, .35, .25, .40. 

Zinc hanger, .20, .20, .25. 

— 5540. Ditto, ditto, so-called Crawfoot 5Jx9. 86 

— 5541. Ditto, ditto, ditto, Jar, 5x7. 70 

Single parts, Jar, .35, .25. 

Zinc, .40, .30. 

Copper, . 18, . 15. 



5538 5543 5544 


5542. Battery, Galvanic, expressly arranged for the electric light, with 
heavy Platinum plates and Amalgamated zincs. This is the form used by Prof. 
Tyndall in his lectures in America ; by President Morton, and other scientific 
lecturers. 10% off if glass jars are taken. Ten cells in a frame, platinum in¬ 


cluded, net 2x3x5 ..$35 00 

Battery of 40 cells, in 4 frames.135 00 


—^ 5543. Single cells, complete, $4.00. Rubber cell 65 cts., Porous cup, 30 cts., Platinum 

clamp, 30 cts., pole clamp, 35 cts., Glass cell.40 

Note.— These batteries are muoh more substantial than those manufactured 
abroad. The vulcanite cells are in one piece and muoh tougher, being of better 
material, and the platinum plates much heavier. 

5544. Battery, Leclanchg Discqne, the best open circuit battery. Complete, $1 00 
porous cup .75, glass jar, .25, zinc with connector, .12, ammoniac, .10. 


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—^ 6545. Battery, ditto. Prism LeclanchA complete $1.20. Prisms, 75c., rubber bands, 
10c., oarbon, 30c., jar, 25c., cover, 10c., zinc, 10c., sal ammoniac, 10c. 

5546. Ditto, ditto, large Zino-oarbon dipping Battery; with Windlass lift Six large cells 


in polished frame zincs and carbons, 2gx5x6 in.$28 00 

^ 5547. Battery, dipping improved French form, this battery can be readily 
changed to either quantity or intensity each cell is independent allowing any 
number of them to be used at one time. 

No: 1. 2, 3. 

Of 6 Cells, Size of jar. Ijx2|, 2fx3Jx4|. 3Jx4| in. 

Carbon. Ijx3j, 2x4, 2Jx5* in. 

$17 00, 20 00, 30 00. 


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^ 5548. Battery, Galvanic ; Dipping battery according to Bunsen ; especially 
adapted for use by lecturers, the connection surfaces are covered with platinum 


to prevent oxidation. 

а, of 4 elements, with frame and dipping arrangement.$25 00 

б, of 6 elements, “ “ “ “ “ 30 00 

c, of 9 elements, “ “ “ •• “ 35 00 

For every additional element, $5.00 extra. 


The charging mixture used with this battery is a solution of 3} parts of Potass. 
Bichromate and 4 parts of conoentr. Sulphuric acid in 18 parts of water. 


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O* 6W9. Battery, Thermo-electric, with gas regulator; an improvement on Olamond's 
system, containing 120 thermoelements. This so-called Rheomotor, which may 
be kept in constant operation at a very small expense for gas (0.150 cnb. meter 
per hour), is well adapted as a continual source of a galvanic current 

a, for electro-metallurgical decompositions. 

b, for electro-gilding, electro-silvering and for galvano-plastio. 

O o, lor use in the physical laboratory and on the lecture table. Prioe . . .$90 00 

O Ditto, ditto, the same with 150 thermo-elements. Price.100 00 

Any part of the above-named batteries, as Zincs, Carbons, Porous Cups Plati¬ 
num, Jars, Clamps, Connectors, Insulated Wires, etc., can be obtained sepa¬ 
rately at the lowest rates. 

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BEAKERS, or BEAKER GLASSES.-BOHEMIAN. 


Prom the Factory of Joseph Kavalier for whom we are sole American 

Agents. 


The Beaker glasses from this well-known manufacturer are produced by 
wood gas firing, and are so much superior to any other make that it is 
needless to say more about it here. We simply state that they consist of pure 
Potassium glass, and of a quality least affected by chemicals and heat 



5549 


We beg to call the attention of our customers 
to the fact that our numbers for Beakers are the 
original Bohemian. We mention this because 
some parties have changed the numbers, calling 
the regular No. 0, No. 1. 



Usual form not lipped. 



Capacity. 





Price per nest 

5550. 

No. 000. .0, 3 in nest, 


} to 1J ounces 

... 





....$ 

18 

5551. 

«< 

1..3, 3 “ 



2J to 7 

... 






35 

5552. 


1. .4, 4 «• 



2 } to 10 







55 

5553. 

ti 

1..5, 5 “ 



2 } to 15 

... 






70 

5554. 

a 

0. .5, C •« 



1} to 15 







80 

5555. 

it 

1. 6, 6 •• 



2} to 22 







1 00 

5556. 

ti 

ao 

«T 

8 



1 to 22 

... 






1 20 

5557. 

a 

1..8, 8 “ 



2.} to 40 “ 







1 60 

5558. 

a 

00.. 8, 10 •• 



1 to 40 







1 80 

5559. 

it 

00.10, 12 “ 



1 to G pint*... 







3 00 

*5560. 

tt 

000.12, 15 •• 



i to 1 gallon . 







4 0J 

5561. 

Ditto, single. 











No. 


000 00 0 

1 

2 

3 4 5 6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 


Capacity. 

i i n 

2} 

4 

7 10 15 22 

30 

40 

60 

80 

100 

130 oz. 


Price. 

5 7 8 

10 

13 

17 22 28 34 

t 

45 

55 

65 

75 

90 cts. 


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BeakerS 9 extra tally Bohemian. 


6562. No. 1. .6, 6 in nest, Capacity, 6 to 43 ounces..Per nest, $1 50 

5663. “ 1 .8, 8 “ “ 6 to 80 “ . “ 2 40 

5664. “ 7.8, 2 44 44 60 to 80 44 . “ 90 

Beakers, Griffin’s, low 9 wide shape, with lip. 

Capacity. Price per nest 

5565. No. 000..0, 3 in nest J to 3 ounces.$ 25 

5566. 44 1 .2, 2 44 5 to 8 •• 30 

5567. 44 1..3, 3 44 5 to 12 44 50 

5568. 44 1..4, 4 “ 5 to 20 “ 80 

5569. 44 1..5, 5 44 5 to 25 44 .. 1 10 

5570. 44 1..6, 6 “ 6 to 40 44 155 

5571. “ 1..8, 8 44 5 to 70 44 . 2 50 

6572. •• 000.12,15 44 J to200 44 . 5 25 

3|£ 5573. Ditto, ditto, single. 


No. 000 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

Capacity, } 1} 2} 5 8 12 20 25 40 55 70 80 120 150 200 oe. 

Prioe, .7 .9 .11 .12 .18 .25 30 .40 .60 . 60 .70 .80 .90 1 00 1 20 

Beakers, low, wide shape, like the Griffin's form, but without lip. 


^ 5574. No. 1. .2, 2 in nest Capacity, 4 to 7 oz..Price per nest .35 

6575. “ 1..3, 3 4 44 4 to 10 oz. " “ .50 

5573. “ 1..4, 4 4 “ 4 to 12 oz. 44 44 .85 


5577. We also import a less expensive beaker of good German glass at 20 % less prioe 
thftn our best Bohemian. 



5562-5564 


6565-5573 


6574-5576 


5579a 


5578. Beaker glasses, provided with ground labels, for writing upon with a pencil. 

Each .10 ots. additional. 

5579. Beakers, of finest Royal Berlin porcelain. 

No. 1, capacity, 6 ounces. .45 cte. each. 

No. 2, 44 12 44 .60 

No. 3, 44 16 14 .90 

3|£ 6579a Ditto, of thin copper, shape, same as the lipped Griffin’s Beakers. These 
Beakers are very handy in the Laboratory. Water will boil very quickly. 
Capacity, 250 CC.— 75 cte. 500 CC.—$1 00. 1,000 CO.—$1 26. 

5580. Ditto, nickel plated, for sugar analysis. 

Capacity, 250 CC.— 90 ots. 600 CC.—$1 25. 1,000 CO.—$1 50. 

Beakers, heavy for sugar salving, small, $3.00 perdoz. large, $5 00 per do*. 


* 5581. Beehive Shelves, of glass .small, 25 cts., large, 35 ots. 

5582. Beehive Shelves, of lapanned zinc.55 eta. 

5532a. Ditto, of porcelaflFT..50 cte. 


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B6llgl88808 —All with large rim ground air-tight to glass plates. 


^ 6583. Bellglasses, flat, with knob. 


Approximate inside height, 

i*. 

a*. 

3$. 4, 

5}, 5, in. 

Inside diameter,. 

3. 

4, 

5. 6, 

7, 8, in. 

Prioe. 

,$0 45 

.60 

.75 .85 

100 125 

Approximate inside height, 

6, 


7, 9J. 

11 inohes. 

Inside diameter. 

9, 


10, 12, 

16 inches. 

Prioe.. 

$140 

1 60 2 00 

350 

*5584. Ditto, tall, with knob. 
Inside diameter, 3, 

H' 


6, 6}, 

7J, 8$, 9 in. 

Inside height, 6, 

7, 

8. 

12. 14}. 

16}, 18$, 21 in. 

Contents, 1 pint 1 quart 

ig® 1 - 

1 gal. 1} gad. 

2 gab 3 gal. 5 gab 

Price, $0 30 

.40 

.60 

.85 $1 10 

1 60 3 75 5 00 


* 5586. Bellglasses, ditto, open top, not Btoppered, wide opening, or narrow neok for 
brass eap. The height and diameter corresponds with the tall knobbed. 
Contents, 1 pint 1 quart $ gal. 1 gal. 1$ gab 2 gal. 3 gab 5 gab 


.35 .45 .65 . 90 $1 20 1 75 3 00 5 00 


6586a. If fitted with brass cap and brass stop-cock, from $1 20 to 1 75 extra. 
6585b.Ditto, ditto, graduated, from $1 00 to 3 00 extra. 

* 5686. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with ground in glass stopper. 

Contents, 1 quart $ gal. 1 gab 1} gab 2 gab 
.75 $1 00 1 40 2 00 2 50 


* 5587. Ditto, ditto, swelled, with knob. 

Contents, 1 pint 1 quart $ gab 1 gab 

45 .55 .85 $1 15 


1 $ gal. 2 gab 3 gab 
1 50 2 25 3 25 



5588. Bellglasses, for Bunsen’s pump, ground air-tight to a plate; with plate.. $1 75 

* 5589. Ditto, ditto, with plate, rubber stopper, 2} inch funnel, suction tube, and 

platina cone.. .$3 00 

* 5590. Ditto, ditto, belljar, with tubulature near bottom and fitted as above.. . 4 00 

* 5590a. BelUars, flat, with cover (and knob) for oovering specimens and bactereoscopical 

work. See figure 5332. 

5591. Bellglasses, reversed, on large foot, otherwise similar to 5584. 

* $ 1 1} 2 gall. 

$1 25 1 75 2 50 3 00 each. 

* 5592. Ditto, ditto, small, for microscopic analytical work, about 1 oz. capacity, 

with bell, plate and cup.60 eta. 

5693. Ditto, ditto, 4 oz capacity.50 cts. 

* 5594. Bellows, double blast, large size; foot bellows..$5 00 


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O* 6695. No. 9, Foot Blower.$4 00 

06596. '* 9a “ medium size..... 6 00 

06597. “ 96 “ large size.. 7 00 

O 5601. Extra rubber disks, each. .40, .66 and .90 eta. 

05602. Extra nets, each. 86 

Bellows for same. No. 9. 8 00 

“ 9a.3 26 

“ 96. 3 60 

Reservoir, No. 9.... 2 00 

“ 9a. .. . 3 00 



5603 5607 

o* 5604. Bellows, new pattern on iron legs. 

No. 9, Foot Blower, new pattern. 6 00 

f ‘ 9a “ “ medium size..6 00 

•• 96 “ “ large '• .8 00 

O* 5605. Ditto, ditto, Fletcher’s Hand Blower, a very small pattern of the foot blower 

When not in use it shuts up flat for the pocket Price.$3 00 

Q 5606. In case for travellers, with spare rubber disc.3 25 

)j£ 5607, Ditto, black rubber, with netting for use with blow-pipe or other small blasts. 1 60 

6608. Ditto, large, double Plattner’s (see fig. 6651) . ... 4 00 

Ditto, ditto, large, with table, (see Blast Table). 

Berzelius’ Lamp, see Lamps. 

5609. Bells, Electric, triple contact. 

21, 31, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9 in. 

$1.50, 1.75, 4.00, 4.25, 6.25, 6.25, 7.25. 


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O* 5610. Bells, Eleotric, boxed. 

2}, 3$, 4, 5, 6, 8 in. 

1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 3.50, 5.00, 7.00. 

5611. Binding Posts, with wood screw, single connector. 20 

% 5612. Ditto, ditto, double connector . 25 

Binding Screws, for connecting poles of electric batteries. 

* 5613. a. Single ones, plain.10 qts. Finished.. 12 cts. 

#5614. b. Double “ .15“ •• .20“ 

All others, for Bunsen's, Danielle, and Smee’s battery on hand, from 25 to 75 ots. 

5615. Bladders* all Bizes, assorted; Pig or Beef. Per dozen.75 to $1 00 

5616. Bladder, or Rubber bag, with brass socket and brass stop-cock for gas experi¬ 

ments. 

3 pint 6 pint 

$1 50, 1 75. 

5617. Blast Attachment, for blow-piping with gas, platina plated blow-pipe tip, 

etc..$1 00 



5616 5613 5614 5617 5611 


BLAST LAMPS. 


5618. Blast Lamp, self-acting, for alcohol, made of heavy copper.$1 

5619. Ditto, extra large, 8 oz. capacity. . 3 

5620. Ditto, ditto, for alcohol, teolipile with horizontal flame.3 


5621. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen’s, for gas and air, most improved form, complete. 3 70 


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6622. Blast Lamp, Wiesnegg or Frenoh form, mounted on ball joint.$4 00 

^ 5623. Ditto, ditto, as used in the School of mines C. 0., designed by Dr. Waller .. . 4 00 
5624. Ditto, ditto, for working wide and heavy glass tubes, same as used in large glass 
blowing establishments in Europe and by the Electric light companies here 
With 4 blasts, 2 double sets. b. With 6 blasts 2 triple sets 
$15 00 20 00 

Platina tips for same ..60 cts. each. 

O *>625. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with upright blast Fletcher’s, see fig. 5626 .$3 60 

O# 6626. Ditto, with blow-pipe ftimaoe. 

Blow-pipe Furnaoe, with bottom or side hole, and one crucible.25 eta. 

Blow-pipe Furnace, with Bunsen’s blast taps for gas and air, and furnace 


support without blower, as per cut .$4 25 

Clay crucibles, per doz. . 26 

Clay capsules, per doz. . . 25 

Furnace support. 65 


For Blowers, see Nos. 5600—6604. 



5622 5626 




5628 


o* 6627. Blast Lamp or Herapath, Fletcher’s, for general use. 


No. 4, Improved Herapath Blow-pipe.$3 75 

No. 45, Improved Herapath Blow-pipe, without the joint A. 3 00 

With Fletcher’s new Mouth-piece, extra. 60 


Blast Lamp, Fletcher's, for hot blast for temperatures above the power of ordin¬ 
ary gas and air blow-pipes, as illustrated by the engraving, the air pipe is coiled 
round the gas pipe, down to a small point of flame, it will fuse a moderately 


thick platinum wire. 

0^ 6628. No. la. Hot Blast Blow-pipe.$5 00 

Q6629. No. 2a. Same construction as No. la, but with upright jet.6 00 


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Q £ 5630. No. 3a, constructed on the same principle as No. la, but with bench light ar¬ 
ranged to swivel so as to carry a light to the blow-pipe jet. $7 00 

Blast Furnace, (see Furnaces). 

Blast Blow-pipes, (see Blow-pipes and Blast Lamps). 

O*- 5631. Blast Lamp or Automaton Hand Blow-pipe. 

The No. 6b requires a f bore gas-pipe and tap. The No. 6 c requires for its fhlleet 
power a J inch clear bore gas-pipe and tap, and is adapted for the heaviest brass 
finishers' work. The Nos. 6 a and 6 b require Blower No. 9. No. 60 requires 
Blower No. 9b. For Blowers, see Bellows. 


No. 6 b. Aut Hand Blow-pipe..$3 50 

No. 6 c. Aut Hand Blow-pipe.5 00 



5633 


5631 



5630 



5632. Blast Lamp or Automaton Hand, Blow-pipe on Stand. The Stand shown 
in the engraving is adapted to either the No. 6 b or 6 c. The operator is thus en¬ 
abled to use the blow-pipe on the table. The swivel gives great latitude of ad¬ 
justment, the blow-pipe is easily detached and capable of use in the hand. 


No. 6 d. Aut. on Standard see fig. 5631.$4 50 

No. 6e. Aut 6 c on Standard . 6 50 


^5633. Blast Lamp, Fletcher’s, or Compound Blow-pipe. For glass-workers and 
experimental laboratories. 

This is a double conoentrio blow-pipe. The gas and air are changed automatically 
from the larger to the smaller blow-pipes by a slight movement of the lover at 
the back, the same movement also adjusting both gas and air to each other for 
each blow-pipe. The combination of two blow-pipes in this manner gives a 
great range of power, from a delicate pointed jet, to a brush flame using 35 feet 
per hour. 

No. 20. Compound Blow-pipe... .$10 00 


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O* 6634 Blast Lamp or New Melting arrangement For melting up to 3 ounce? 

of gold or silver rapidly, without the use of a furnace. For ooal gas only. When 
the metal is melted in the shallow crucible of compressed charcoal, tilt the whole 
apparatus over so as to fill the ingot mould. The No. 9 Blower should be used 


with the Sd Melting Arrangement 

No. Sd. Melting Arrangement.$3 00 

Ingot mould, if ordered separately. 1 25 

5635. Blast Table, of best and solid make, with all the latest improvements, French 

pattern.$35 00 

6636. Ditto, ditto, German glass blowers* style.. 25 00 

Blow-pipe Apparatus, according to Prof. Plattner (see Appendix.) 



^ 6637. Blood Circulating Apparatus, a hydrostatic toy ; small. $4 00 


6638. Ditto, ditto, large . 10 00 

O 5638a, Blower, Roots improved, for smelting and glass blowing. 

Price.small, 45 00, large, 80 00 

Blower, Professor Richards, water blast, (see Apparatus, page 32, No. 5273. 

5639. Blow-pipe, Black’s conical form, of japanned tin, with movable tip of 

brass.30 cts. 

5640. Ditto, ditto, without tip... .25 cts.The tip alone.... 10 cts. 

6641. Blow-pipes, of brass, jewelers, form plain. 

Length, 8 9 10 11 12 in. 

.15 .18 .20 .25 .30 cts. each. 

$1 50 1 80 2 00 2 40 2 60 doz. 

6642. Same as 5641, with mouth-piece, 25 cts. higher. 


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5043. Blow-pipes, ditto, with air chamber. 

Length, 8 10 12 in. 

.20 . 25 . 35 cts. each. 

5644. Same as 5643, with mouth-pieoes, 25 cts. extra. 

5645. Ditto, ditto, according’ to Professor Plattner and Berzelius ; brass, of 

best German make soldered platinum plate trumpet mouth-piece; can be 


taken apart in four pieoes..$1 40 

5646. Ditto, ditto, with movable platina tip, Lingke’s pattern. 2 00 

5647. Ditto, ditto, nickei plated, rubber mouth-piece.2 25 

5648. Blow-pipe, ditto, with blast attachment for gas.. 3 25 


(All Plattner’s Blow-pipes fitted with trumpet, flat or round mouth-pieoe, according 
to order.) 

0^ 6649. Ditto, ditto, Fletcher’s patent 

Two Jets; oold blast and hot blast; niokel plated; mouth-pieoe in case.. .$1 60 
Mouth-piece alone, for use with other blow-pipes.60 ate. 



5645 5649 5651 



5643 


5654 



5647 5657 



0)^5650. Blow-pipe, Fletcher’s, with hot blast.75 cts. 

^ 5651. Blow-pipe, Plattner's, with double bellows on universal support.. .. .$9 00 

5652. Ditto, new form, for blow-piping as well as for larger flames, for glass blowing, 

etc., with 3 jets.$6 60 

Bellows for same .4 00 

Complete with rubber tubing.. 11 00 

0 5652a. Blow-pipe, Fletcher’s, with folding stand and two jets. It can be used either with 
the mouth, or the small hand blower can be attached, and the blowing done by 
pressure. 


O 5653. The Stand) with blow-pipe. .$1 50 

5654. The Stand, Blow-pipe and Hand bellows in oase. 4 00 

0 5655. The Lamp for same.75 cts. 

0 5656. Ditto, ditto, for solid fats, oheaper construction.35 cts. 

5657. Blow-pipe, oxyhydric ; on stand ; all brass, with movable holder for the lime 

cylinder. .$5 50 

5668. Ditto, with two stop-oocks.7 60 


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* 6659. Blow-pipe, Bunsen’s, for gas, on iron support.$3 00 

O* 5660. Blow-pipe, for Brazing, with two lever stop-cocks, as in engraving.3 00 

O 5661. Brazing Blow-pipe, withont stop-cocks. 2 00 

Other Blow-pipes (see Blast Lamps.) 


O 5662. Blow-pipe Cabinet, expressly arranged for travelling and prospecting, according 
to Professor Plattner, made by Lingke in Freiberg. This is the most complete 
and most perfect outfit for quantitative and qualitative blow-piping. It in¬ 
cludes the well-known Lingke’s portable Balance with folding glass case. All 
apparatus fitted in polished trays and boxes, which are contained in a leather- 


covered chest, 12x12x14 inches square.$175 00 

5663. Ditto, for qualitative work, in polished wooden case. $40 00 

Blow-pipe Balance, Plattner’s. (See Balance, Plattner’s.) 

* 5664. Blow-pipe Lamp, Plattner’s polished brass, or black japanned, without 

swivel..$3 50 

5665. Ditto, ditto, nickel plated, with patent swivel. 4 35 



5659 



5670 5667 


* 6666. Blow-pipe Lamp, Plattner’s, Freiberg make ; watch-glass and dish holder, arm 
with wire triangles, chimney and holder, etc ; the whole of German silver 


Price. $10 00 

Q* 5666a. Ditto, ditto, Fletcher’s.zinc, 35, brass, 75 cts. 

See also figure 6654. 

Other Blow-Pipe Apparatus (See Appendix). 

* 5667. Blow-pipe Tip for Plattner’s Blow-pipe, stamped, of pure platinum, very heavy, 

without seam, each. 50 cts. 

* 6668. Blow-pipe Spoons, ivory, each.— 24 cts. 

6669. Boiling Sheet, of Russian Iron on four legs. $1 25 

Boilers, (See Steam Boiler). 

*6670. Bologna Flasks, of heavy glass, will break when a hard angular body is 
dropped into them. 

Each 10 cts. Per dozen...$1 00 



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5671. Bolt Heads, of hardest) best annealed Bohemian glass. 

Capacity, 4 8 16 24 32 64 oz. 

.50 .60 .75 $1 00 1 20 1 50 

^ 5672. Ditto, ditto, of hard, fusible Bohemian glass, with extra long 1 necks. 


Length of tube, about 

20 

24 

28 

36 in. 

Capacity of bulb, 

4 

8 

16 

32 oz. 

Price, each. 

.90 

$1 00 

1 25 

1 50 


5673. Botanical Case* in morocco leather ; containing one pair of forceps, one pair 
scissors, dissecting knife, needle holder ; with needles, and lensa 


Price..$5 00 

^ 5673a. Ditto, ditto, larger set, two lenses, etc . . 7 00 



6676 


5673a. 5674 5675 5677 


BOTTLES. 


Bottles, Mid or cobalt, (gee Acid Bottles.) 

o* 5674. Ditto, ditto, green, round shoulder, narrow mouth. 

i 1 2 3 4 6 8 16 ns. 1 qt } gaL 1 gaL 2 gal. 

Doz. .15 .18 .20 .25 .28 .32 -40 . 50 81 20 1 75 2 50 8 00 

$ 5675. Ditto, ditto, square, flint glass, narrow month. 

} 1 234 6 8 12 16 32 oz. 

.20 .20 .20 .25 . 30 .36 . 40 .60 . 5> .75 .90 $1 50 doz. 

$ 5676. Ditto, ditto, wide mouth, flint gloss. Square or round. 

} 1 2 3 4 6 8 12 16 32 oz. 

.20 . 25 .30 .35 . 40 . 50 . 75 . 90 81 20 2 00 doz. 

Ditto, ditto, green glass. 

i 1 2 gaL 

.25 . 40 .75 each. 

$6677. Ditto, ditto, extra wide nioutb. 

1 2 4 8 oa 

.35 .45 .60 .90 cts. 


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—5678. Bottles, glass stoppered, of German glass, with well ground stoppers, 
narrow mouth, so-called Tinctures. 

i i i 1 2 4 6 8 12 16 32 oz. J 1 2 gal 

.60 .65 .70 .80 $1 00 1 25 1 40 1 60 2 00 2 50 3 90doz..45 .90 $1 50 each. 

—^ 5679. Ditto, ditto, of Bohemian glass, with flat cut polished stopper, 
i 1 2 4 6 8 12 16 32 oz. 

$1 00 1 25 1 40 2 00 2 25 2 50 3 00 3 75 5 00 doz. 

— 5680. Ditto, Tinctures, Blue or Black glass. 

} 1 2 4 8 16 oz. 

$1 25 1 60 1 75 2 40 3 50 5 00 doz. 

—^ 5681. Ditto, ditto, German salt mouth, high stopper. 

i i 1 1 2 4 6 8 12 16 oz. 

.95 $1 00 1 10 1 20 1 40 1 75 2 00 2 40 3 00 4 00 doz. 

—6682. Bottles, salt mouth, German, with flat glass stopper; a handsome, solid 
bottle. 



—^ 5683. Ditto, ditto, of Bohemian glass, with flat cut polished stopper. 

} 1 2 4 6 8 12 16 32 oz. } 1 2 gal. 

$1 40 1 60 1 80 2 25 2 65 3 00 3 76 4 00 5 00 9 00 12 00 

O 5684. Ditto, ditto, E* A* style, extra wide mouth to allow a good size spoon to 
pass ; 3 pz. capacity ; a very practical bottle for the Laboratories and for Miore> 

boo piste. 

Size, 2 in. diameter, 3 in. high, per dozen.$2 00 

—5685. Ditto, ditto, salt mouth, Bohemian, of blue glass. 

Capacity, 1 2 4 8 oz. 

Doz. $2 00 2 25 3 00 4 00 

5686. Ditto, ditto, wide mouth, with wood top. 

Capacity, \ 1 1 2 4 6 8 oz. 

Doz. .60 .65 .75 .85 $1 00 1 25 1 60 

5687. Ditto, ditto, glass stoppered, square for travelling cases, etc. 

i 1 2 3 4 8 oz. 

Size, l}xlfx3}in. I£xlfx4in. l}ox4|in. 1} 0x3} in. If 0x4} in. stoppers included. 
Doz. $1 00 1 10 1 20 1 40 1 60 2 00 

—^5638. Ditto, ditto, tinctures, mushroom stoppered; best French flint glass; 
elegant shape. 

Contents, 1 2 4 6 8 16 32 oz. } 1 2 3 gal. 

Dozen, $1 00 1 10 1 20 1 50 1 75 1 85 2 25 3 60 5 40 11 70 24 00 


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Bottles, ditto, if extra heavy doable thick, finest ware made, 30% additional. 

—6690. Bottles, mushroom stoppered, salt mouth, same as above. 

Contents, 1 2 4 8 16 32 oz. J 1 2 gaL 

Dozen, 1 00 1 20 1 50 2 00 2 25 3 00 4 50 7 20 18 00 

6691. If extra heavy doable thick, 30% additional. 

This is the best quality made. 

9£5692. Ditto, ditto, glass stoppered, with good pouring lip and large ground glass cap, 
best German ; or without lip and small cap. 


Contents, 4 

8 

16 

32 oz. 

Each, .40 

.60 

.70 

.90 

Dozen, $4 00 

6 50 

7 00 

8 25 


O*. 6693. Ditto, salt mouth, of acid proof stone ware, for shelves, glazed inside and out¬ 
side, with air-tight ground covers, for keeping heavy ohemicals. 


Capacity, J 

i 

i 

1 

n 

1} 2 gallons. 

Price, $1 10 

i as 

1 40 

1 55 

1 70 

1 85 2 20 each. 

Capacity, 

a* 

3 

4 

5 

6 gallons. 

Price, 

$2 66 

3 00 

3 75 

5 00 

6 00 each. 


6694. Bottles, extra wide mouth, Bohemian glass, for Leyden Jars. 
$ Pint, Pint, Quart, \ gal. 1 gal 



5690 5695 5701 5702 


All bottles will be furnished with handsome glass labels for exhibition or collec¬ 
tions at from 15 to 25 cents additional charges. 

— 5700. Bottles, of lead, for Hydrofluoric acid. 

J i 1 2 lb. i 1 2 3 5 gal. 

.75 $1 00 1 50 2 00 2 50 3 25 5 25 6 00 7 75 

— 6701. Bottles, for keeping Oxide of Copper prepared for analysis. 

Capacity, 8 16 oz. 

Price, .50 .75 

O* 5702. Bottles for Re-agents ; the cheapest made These bottles have the chemioal 
names and equivalents distinctly blown in the glass. All letters are ground to 
make them perfectly visible. Capacity, 4\ oz. Height 5J in. Price per dozen, 
assorted from list, net.. $1 76 


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5703. Bottles for Re-agents, if provided with cap.60 cts. extra, per dozen. 


O 5704. Ditto, ditto, the full set of 40 bottles, No. 1-40, complete, net.$5 83 

O 5705. Ditto, ditto, packed in shipping order . 6 00 


The above set of 40 bottles, No. 1-40 filled with chemically pure re-agents, ac¬ 


cording to Fresenins ; the bottles included, net.$12 00 

Sealed and packed in shipping order . . 14 00 


1. Hydric Sulphide, (Amber.) 

2. Hydric Chloride. 

3. Hydric Acetate. 

4. Hydric Sulphate. 

5. Hydric Nitrate. 

6. Potassic Ferrocyanide. 

7. Potassic Sulphocyanide. 

8 Potassic Carbonate. 

9 Potassic Sulphate. 

10. Potassic Iodide. 

11. Potassic Ferricyanide. 

12. Potassic Hydrate. 

13. Potassic Acid Chromate. 

14. Di Sodic Hydric Phosphate. 

15. Ammonic Hydrate. 

16. Ammonic Sulphide (Amber.) 

17. Ammonic Chloride. 

18. Ammonic Carbonate. 

19. Ammonic Oxalate. 


20. Baric Chloride. 

21 Calcic Chloride. 

22. Calcio Sulphate. 

23. Calcic Hydrate. 

24. Magnesic Sulphate. 

25. Mercuric Chloride. 

26. Argentic Nitrate, (Amber.) 

27. Plumbic Acetate. 

28. Ferrous Sulphate. 

29. Ferric Chloride. 

30. Alcohol. 

31. Ammonic Sulphocyanide. 

32. Baric Hydrate. 

33. Baric Carbonate. 

34. Sodic Hydrate. 

35. Ether. 

36. Cupric Sulphate. 

37. Platinic Chloride. 

38. 39, 40, Blank. 


O 

o 

o 

o 

102 . 

105. 

121 . 

108. 

116 

69. 

17. 
19. 
31. 
82. 

18. 
66 . 
30. 


23. 

36. 

29. 

1 . 

16. 

o 


As the above mentioned set of 40 bottles was not selected with the requirements of 
qualitative and quantitative analysis as at present in use, we have rearranged 
and made a set to meet the present requirements increasing the 
thickness of the bottles, as.those usually sold are found to be too light in glass, 
the set comprises, } pint tinctures, \ pint tinctures, 4 oz. salt mouths. 

5706. 1 set of 40 extra stout re-agent bottles, glass labeled..$7 17 

5707. Ditto, packed in shipping order. .. .$7 40 

5708. 1 set, ditto, filled completely.$16 00 

5708a. Set ditto, filled, sealed and packed in shipping order..$18 00 

8 oz. Bottles. 24. Magnesic sulphate MgSO, 

Acid Sulphuric (dil.) H 2 8 0 4 25. Mercuric chloride HgCl, 

Acid Hydrochloric HC1. 86 Mercurous nitrate Hg t (NO,), 

Acid Nitric HNO t 37 Platinic chloride PtCl 4 

Ammonic Hydrate (NH 4 ) HO 27. Plumbic acetate PI (C, H g O,), 

Blank 1 96. Potassic acid chromate K, Cr t O f 

4 oz. Bottles. 11. Potassic ferrocyanide K 4 Cfy 

Acid Sulphuric cone. H, 80 4 10 Potassic iodide KI 

Ammonic chloride (NH 4 ) Cl 59. Sodic carbonate Na, CO, 

Ammonic oxalate (NH 4 ), C a 0 4 60. 8odio acetate NaC, CO, 

Ammonio sulph. cyanide (NH 4 ) CNS 65. Sodic phosphate Na, HP0 4 

Ammonic molybdate (NH 4 ), Mo0 4 56. Uranic acetate (UO) C, H, O, 

Ammonio carbonate (NH 4 ) 2 CO, 35 Ether (C 2 H,),0 

Acid acetic HC, H, 0, 40. 1 blank 

Alcohol (C 2 H 6 ) OH 4 oz. Salt mouth Bottles. 

Argentic nitrate Ag NO, (amber). 301. 4 oz. Sodic carbonate Na, CO, 

Baric chloride BaCl, 310. 5 oz. Borax Na, B407, 10H, O 

Calcio hydrate CaH s 0, 315. 4 oz. Ferrous sulphate FeS0 4 

Cupric sulphate CuS0 4 314. 4 oz. Potassic cyanide KCy 

Ferric chloride Fe 2 Cl, 311. 3} oz. Phosphorous Salt 

Hydrio sulphide H, S (amber). Na (NH 4 ) HPO, -|- 4H, O 

Ammonic sulphide (NH 4 ' 2 S (amber). 312. Test paper. 

Other 4 oz. labeled Reagent bottles in stock. 

5709a Same set, of German make, with black enameled labels... .$25 00 filled, $35 00 


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56. No Symbols . 

Uranic Acetate. 

78. Pb 2 C*H,0,2 Pb O Basic Plumbic Acetate. 

57. Hg (NO,) r . 

.Mercuric Nitrate. 

79. No Symbols. .... 

.. Millon's Reagent. 

58. No Symbols.. 

. Fehling's Solution. 

80. C, H, O. 

.. Hydric Oxalate. 

59. 

Na, CO r . 

.Sodic Carbonate. 

81. SnCl,. 

.. Stannous Chloride. 

60. 

Na C* H, . 

.Sodic Acetate. 

82. No Symbols._ 

.. Ammonic Molybdate. 

61. 

NaOE. 

.Sodic Hydrate. 

83. C S,. 

.. Carbon Di Sulphide. 

62. No Symbols. 

.Baryta Mixture. 

84. (C, H,),0. 

.. Ether. 

63. 

H NO,. 

.Acid Nitrous. 

86. NaHSO r . 

. .Sodic Hydric Sulphite. 

64. 

H.PO,. 

.Symbols only. 

86. Hg,(NO,),. 

.. Mercurous Nitrate. 

65. 

Na, H P 0 4 . 

.Sodic Phosphate. 

87. No Symbols.. 

.. Indigo Solution. 

66. 

C, H 4 O,. 

.Acetic Acid. 

88. No Symbols. 

.. Nessler’s Solution. 

67. 

HNO r . 

.Nitric Acid. 

89. Sr (NO,),. 

. .Strontic Nitrate. 

68. 

Fe, Cl 4 . 

. Ferric Chloride. 

90 No Symbols. 

.. Magnesia Mixture. 

69. 

H,8 0,. 

. Sulphuric Acid. 

91. H,S0 4 . 

.. Acid Sulphuric Cone. 

70. 

Na, S 0 4 . 

.Sodic Sulphate. 

92. HC,H, O,. 

.. Acid Acetic. 

71. (NH.) (CO,), H r 

Ammonic Carbonate. 

93. C, H, 0 4 . 

.. Acid Oxalic. 

72. 

Ha. 

.Hydrochloric Acid. 

94. C fl H, O (NO,),.. 

.. Acid Picric. 

73. 

K 4 Fo,Cy 4 . 

,. Potassic Ferrocyanide. 

95. NaCIO. 

.. Sodic Hypochlorite. 

76. 

Na H 0. ... 

.Sodic Hydrate. 

96. K,Cr 0 4 . 

..Neutral Potassio Chro¬ 

76. 

I. 

Iodine. 


mate. 

77. 

NH,. 

. Ammonia. 

97. NH 4 HS. 

.. Ammonic Sulphydrate. 


O Net price per dozen, $1.75. O P er g™ 88 ! $18.50 Net. 


O 5709. Half-Pint Reagent Bottles 1-4 Liter, or 8 oz. Height, 6} inches. 


101. 

h,so 4 . 

.Sulphuric Acid (Con- 

122. 

(N H 4 ), S. 

... Ammonic Sulphide, 



cent) 



(Amber.) 

102. 

H, 80.+Aq. 

.Sulphuric Acid, (Di- 

123. 

Ba CO r . 

.. .Baric Carbonate. 



lute ) 

124. 

Ba 0 H, 0. 

... Baric Hydrate. 

103. 

HNO,+Aq. 

.Nitric Acid, (Concent) 125. 

c, H, 0,. 

.. Glycerine. 

104. 

HN 0,+Aq. 

.Nitric Acid, (Dilute.) 

126. 

C,H,0. 

... Alcohol 

105. 

H Cl+Aq. 

. Hydrochlorio Acid, 

127. 

C, H 4 o r . 

.. .Hydric Aoetate. 



(Conc’t) 

128. 

K 4 Cfy. 

... Potassic F» rrooy&nide. 

106. H Cl+Aq. 

.Hydrochloric Acid, 

129. 

Na, H P 0 4 .... 

.. Sodic Phosphate. 



(Dilute.) 

130. 

(N H 4 ), C, 0 4 .. 

... Ammonic Oxalate. 

107. 

H, S.. 

. Hydric Sulphide. 

131. 

H C, H, 0,. 

,.. Acetic Aoid. 

108. 

H 4 NH 0. 

.Ammonic Hydrate. 

132. 

C 4 H l# 6. 

.. .Ether. 

109. 

H 4 N Cl+Aq. ... 

.Ammonic Chloride. 

142. 

K, Fe Cy 4 . 

.. .Potassic Ferricyanide. 

110. 

(H 4 N), 00,+Aq. 

.Ammonic Carbonate. 

143. 

K. I. 

.. Potassio Iodide. 

111. 

Na 0 H+Aq. 

.Sodic Hydrate. 

144. K, Cr, 0,. 

... Potassic Acid Chromate 

112. 

Na, CO,. 

.Sodic Carbonate. 

146. Ag NO,. 

... Argentic Nitrate, (Am¬ 

113. 

H 4 N 8 H+Aq .. 

.Ammonic Snlphydrate. 


ber.) 

114. Bad,+Aq. 

. Baric Chloride. 

146. 

Fe, Cl,. 

... Ferric Chloride. 

115. CaCVfAq. 

. Calcic Chloride. 

147. 

H,S0 4 . 

.. .Acid Sulphuric,(Dilute) 

116. 

117,118. Blank. 


148. 

H Cl. 

.. Acid Hydroohloric. 

119. 

H, S0 4 . 

.Hydric Sulphate. 

149. 

H N0 r . 

... Acid Nitric. 

120. 

H Cl. 

.Hydric Chloride. 

150. 

K H 0. 

.. .Potassio Hydrate. 

121. 

H N 0,. 

. Hydric Nitrate. 





O Net price per dozen, $2.25. 


O gross, $23.00 Net 


O 5710. Pint Reagent Bottles, 1-2 Liter, or 1 lb. Height, 7j inches. 

20L H, 8 0 4 +Aq... . .Sulphuric Acid,(Dilnte)211. 212. Blank. 

202. H N 0,+Aq. Nitric Acid, (Dilute.) 213. H, P0 4 -f Aq _Phosphoric Acid, (Di- 

203. H Cl+Aq.Hydrochloric Aoid, lute.) 

(Dilute.) 214. (N H 4 ),S..Ammonic Sulphide. 

204. HjNHO .Ammonic Hydrate. 215. H s S 0 4 -|-Aq.Sulphuric Acid. 

205. H 4 N Cl-|-Aq.Ammonic Chloride. 216. H N 0,+Aq .Nitric Acid. 

206. (H 4 N), CO,+Aq. Ammonic Carbonate. 217. H Cl+Aq.Hydrochloric Acid. 


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207. No Symbols.DU. Nitro-Hydr. Acid. 269. (N H 4 ), C, 0 4 .Ammonic Oxalate. 

208. No Symbols. Liquor Potass®. 270. Ba CO,.Baric Carbonate. 

209. No Symbols.Tinot Ferri Perchlor. 271. Na, CO,.Sodio Carbonate. 

210. H, 8..Hydric Sulphide. 272. Na O H.Sodio Hydrate. 

O Net price per dozen, $3.25. O P® r g* 088 * $33.00 Net 


O 3711. Quart Reagents. 

1. H, S0 4 .Sulphurio Acid, Con- 7. No Symbols..Nitro Hydr. Acid, Di- 

cent lute. 


2. H,80 4 4-Aq.Sulphuric Acid, Dilute. 8. H 4 NHO. 

3. H NO,..Nitric Acid, Concent 

4. HNO,-|-Aq.Nitric Acid, Dilute. 9. H 4 NHO-|-Aq. 

5. H CL.Hydrochloric Acid, 

Concent 10. C, H, O. 

6. HCl+Aq.Hydrochloric Acid, 

Dilute. 


O Net price per dozen, $4.00. 


o 3712*. 1 Oz. Reagents, Tinctures. Height, 3f inches. 

325. Ag N O,.Symbols only. 

328. Co (N O f ) r . “ 

327. PtCl 4 . 

328. HgCl,. 

329. No Symbols.Glycerin. 

• O Net price per dozen, $1.26. Q Per gross, $12.00 Net 


O 3713. 1 Oz. Salt Mouth Reagents. Height 3 J inches. 

Symbols only. 


350. Na, CO r 

351. Na, B 4 O r 

352. H, C 4 H 4 O r 

353. Na C, H, O r 

354. KNO r 
366. Fe a 
358. KNO r 


357. K, O Sb, O,. 

358. K ON. 

359. Ba (H 0) r 

360. Ca Fly 

361. Na (N H 4 ) H P0 4 . 
361 Mn O r 


O Net price per dozen, $1.36. Q Per gross, $13.00 Net 



5715 


3714. 4 Oz. Salt Mouths, Height, 4| inches. 


_Ammonic Hydrate, 

Concent 

.... Ammonic Hydrate, 
Dilute. . 

_AloohoL 



6714 


301. Na, CO r 

302. KNO r 

303. KCN. 

304. Na, B 4 O t . 

305. FeS0 4 . Ferrous Sulphate. 

308. Na (NH 4 )HP0 4 +4H,0. 

307. Blank. 

O Net price per dozen, $1. 


308. Na NO r 

309. Na,CO r Sodio Carbonate. 

310. Na^ 4 0 T -f 10 HO Borax. 

311. Na (NH 4 )HP0 4 -|-4H,0. Phosphorous Salt 

312. Test Paper (No Symbol). 

314. K Cy. Potassio Cyanide. 

O Per gross, $20.50 Net 


—5715. Bottles, Tinctures for Reagents, glass stoppered, with vitrified 
label, best German. 

White enameled label, with very distinct letters in black, the letters and back¬ 
ground are indestructible forming the most perfect reagent bottle made. These 
bottles furnished duty free to institutions at very reasonable rates. These bottles 
can also be furnished with transparent letters in white vitrified labeL Complete 
sets like list No. 5706, always on hand. 

Contents, 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 32 oz. 

Each. .50, .60, .70, .80, .90, 1.00, 1.35. 

5715b. Above bottles if ordered, duty free, will be provided with labels a, b, c, d, or e, 
according to selection. 


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— 6716. Bottles, Reagents* salt mouth witli flat or high stopper, and ri tri¬ 
fled labels. 

Contents, 2, 4 , 6, 8, 12, 16, 32 oz. 

Each, .60, .70, .80, .90, 1.00, 1.10, 1.50. 

5717. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with vitrifled label, glass stopper and ground glass 

cap, like figure 5692, for fuming substances viz., Acids, Ammonia, etc. 

Contents, 5, 10, 20 oz. 

Each, $1.00, 1.20, 1.40. 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, without label (See 5692.) 

5718. Bottles Reagent, glass stopper, with engraved label, made to order. Price same as 

those with vitrified labels. Nos. 5715-5716. 

Reagent Bottles Filled* See Reagents and Catalogue of Chemicals. 

—^ 6719. Ditto, Ditto, Homoeopathic* Best quality. 

Contents, J, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 dram. 

Regular form, Gross, .75, .85, 1.00, 1.35, 2.00, 3.00, 4.50. 

Long style, “ .85, .95, 1.10, 1.50, 2.20, 3.30, 5.00. 



5719 5720 5721 6725 


6720. Bottles. Homoeopathic, nickel plated screw cap. 

1 dr. 2 dr. 3 dr. 

2.75, 3.00, 3.25. 

Bottles, Woulff's. See WoulfTs Bottles. 

6721. Ditto, ditto, with ground glass cap and glass rod for microscopic work, to hold 


Balsam Fir, etc. Each.50 cts. 

5722. Ditto, with pipette stopper, one ounce. Each.. .50 cts. 


Bottles for dry samples and specimens, see specimen tubes. 

5723. Bottles, with ground hollow stopper, similar to 5721, allowing a spoon to remain 

in the bottle, very handy for reagents that are in constant use. 

2 oz. 4 oz. 

25 cts. 30 cts. 

5724. Bottles, of Gutta percha for hydrofluoric acid. Of Cere&in, 30% less. 

1, 4, 8, 16 ounce. 

Doz. 3.60, 6.00, 7.50, 10.25. 

Each. .35, .55, .75, 1.00. 

5725. Ditto, ditto, for very small specimens, rare metals, etc., glass stoppered. 

Dimensions, ljxj, l}x7-16 2xJ, 2x7-16 in. 

Per dozen, .50, .60, .50, .60 cts. 

Other Bottles for specimens, (see Bottles, Homoeopathic and Specimen Jare. > 


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O* 5736. Bottles, for Specific Gravity, unadjusted for self-adjustment, very light in 
glass, stopper perforated. 

Capacity about 10 CC. 25 CC. 50 CC. 

Each, .25, .30. .40. 

^ 5727. Ditto, ditto, for Specific Gravity, adjusted with utmost accuracy, very 
light, stopper perforated. 

Capacity, 10 CC, 25 CC, 50 CC, 100 CC. 

Each, .70, 85, 1.20. 1.25. 

5728. Ditto, in tin case with tare weight. 1.25, 1.50, 2.25, 2.50. 

5729. Ditto, ditto, for Specifio Gravity, same as above, but gauged in grains, shape 

like 5727. 


Capacity, 

100, 

500, 

1000 grains. 

Each, 

60, 

1.00, 

1.30. 

5730. Ditto, in tin case with tare weight. 

1.50 

1.75, 

2.00. 


^ 5731. Ditto, ditto, for Specific gravity; new style, (Geissler’s); with fine 
long thermometer and capillary tube and ground glass cap to prevent 
evaporation or overflow. 

Capacity, 10 CC. 25 CC. 50 CC. 100 CC. 

Each, $3 00 3 10 3 25 3 50 

5732. Ditto, ditto, for Specific Gravity, of light blown glass with a fine 
thermometer gronud into the neck ; exactly adjusted to 1,000 grains each. 

Price. $2 60 

^ 5733. Bottle for taking the Secific Gravity of Solids ; according to BegnaulL 

Small, Large, 

25 CC. 50 CC. 

.75 $1 00 each. 


^ 5733a. Ditto, for liquid bodies. 



5727 5732 5731 5733 5733a 5736 5734 


^ 5734. Specific Gravity Bottle, according to Fresenius, for determining the 
specifio gravity of gases in Mineral Waters. 

Small, Large, 

.75 $1 00 

5735. Bottles for Spectral Analysis ; small, flat, with ground stopper and parallel 

cut surfaces ; in two sizes. Diameter about 0,5 or 1 otmr. for estimating ihe 
absorption lines of liquids. Price 40 cts. each. 

Bottles for determining the specifio gravity of gases, after Bunsen, and Pnemnatio 
trongh for same, see apparatus, Bunsen s. 

5736. Bottle, for constant water-level, 16 oz. capacity, $1 00.quart, $1 25 

5737. Ditto, for weighing ; glass stoppered ; very light in glass, high shape. 

2 x | in. 2} x | in. 3 x J in. 4 x 1 in. 5 x 1 in. 

.20 .22 .25 .30 40 cts. each. 

5738. Ditto, with flat bottom, 25% additional. 


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5739. Bottles, for weighing ; conical, with flat bottom, low shape ; glass stoppered. 

Capacity, } oz. 30 cts. 1 oz. 40 cts. 2 oz. 50 cts. 

Bottle Brushes (see Brushes. 

5740. Bottles, for weighing* filters, very light glass, extra wide mouth, ground 

glassstopper. 

Height, 2 inch, diameter, 1 1J 1} in. 

Each, .30 . 35 . 40 

5741. Bottles, mixing, glass stoppered, graduated in 

250 CC. $1 25. 500 CC. 2 00. 1,000 CC 3 00 each. 

5742. Bottles, compressing, for conversions and digestions, of heavy and well annealed 

glass, used for the analysis of beer, etc. Capacity, 125 CC. with metal 
frame .... $3 00 .250 CO.$3 50 

5743. Bottles, glass stoppered, for vapor density determinations, according to Hoffman. 

Small, dozen, $1 25. Large, 1 50. 


Boxen, of pasteboard, of round shape. 


— 5744. Boxen, plain, red, (American), 3 in nest, 1 doz. nests.20 cts. 

Small. Medium, Large, 

Ditto, Singly, .25 .30 .35 cts. per gross. 

— 5745. Ditto, ditto, bronze (English), 3 in nest, 1 doz. nests.35 eta. 

Small, Medium, Large, 

Ditto, singly, .30 .35 . 40 per gross. 



5739 



— 5746. Boxes, ditto, flat, 1 is the smallest, 6 the largest. 

Nests of 3, Nos. 1-3.per nest, 4 cts. 

« 3 f » 2-4. “ 4 ** 

“ 2, “ 5-6. “ 5 “ 

— 5747. Ditto, ditto, high shape. 

Nests of 7, Nos. 1-6.per nest, 12 cts. 

“ 7, “ 2-8. “ 16 “ 

“ 3, “ 8-10. “ 15 “ 

— 5748. Ditto, ditto, of turned wood, plain, for specimens, blow-pipe re-agents, etc. 

Contents, 1 2 drams. } 1 2 3 4 8 oz. 

Per gross, .30 .50 . 60 .80 $1 10 1 50 2 00 .50 doz. 

0^5749. Flanged, .35 .55 .70 $1 00 3 15 2 50 

5750. Labeled, 25%" extra. 

5751. Ditto, ditto, of metal or glass, to hold twine .50 cts. 


^5752. Bricks and Linings, of best fire clay ; for building assay furnaces, etc., furnished 
of any size at reasonable rates. 


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BRUSHES. 


5753. Brushes, of glass, for acids. (See Acid Brash.) Each.25 ote. 

5754. Ditto, ditto, for cleaning test tabes on tinned iron wire. Each.5 cts. 

5755. Ditto, ditto, for cleaning test tabes, plain, on brass wire, much stronger and sa - 

perior. Each.8 cts. 

% 5756. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with sponge end on brass wire. Each.10 ote. 

Thin or thick for narrower or wider tabes. 

^ 5757. Ditto, for cleaning narrow tubes. Each. 5 ote. 

Per doz.. .40 ate. 

5768. Ditto, 3 feet long. Each.15 ots. 


5759. Ditto, ditto, large, for cleaning cylinders and large tubes, bottles, etc., 
handles of brass on small sizes, rattan on large sizes. 

10 12 15 20 in. 

Each, .20 . 25 . 30 .35 

Larger Brashes to order. 

8760. Brashes, best camel’s hair. 

Small, Medium* Large, 


Per dozen, .25 . 35 .60 cts. 

5761. Ditto, ditto, for assay buttons, genuine, Freiberg.50 cts. 

5762. Ditto, ditto, for cleaning scale pans, etc, flat. 


1 in. wide, 1J in. 2 in. 

.20. .25. .30 ots. 

5763. Ditto, ditto, for for cleaning the iron plate of ore crasher. 

3} in. 4 in. 4} in. 

.60 . 75 . 90 cts. 



5764. Buckskin for assayero, according to size and quality. 

% 5765. Bulbs, rubber, for pipettes, small, 2 CC and 5 OC.10 cts. 

5766. Ditto, ditto, ditto, medium, 20 to 25 CO.25 ots. 

5767. Ditto, ditto, ditto, large, 40 to 50 CC.30 ote. 

5768. Ditto, of pare rubber, with long flexible tube attached for gas analysis appaiv 

atus; Orsat, etc. Each..50 cts. 

5769. Ditto, double acting, for gas analysis, taking gas samples, etc. $2 50- 

5770. Ditto, of rubber, double, for constant atomizers, small Blast, etc.$1 50 

5772. Blast, extra large, Plattner’s blast .$4 00 

5773. Bulbs, of rubber, single, with valves for atomizers, etc.40 ote. 

5774. Bulbs, of thin rubber, for Sclieibler’s bone black apparatus .50 cts. 

5775. Bulb Apparatus, with long neck and with two tubes sealed in ; capacity 150 CC. 

Prico.$1 00 each. 


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5776. Bulb Tube, U shaped, aocording to Todd .60 cts. each. 

5777. Bulb Tube, with lO bulbs ; for the determination of sulphur in iron ore by 

the aid of bromine ; according to J. Meyer.$1 25 each. 

Similar to No. 5778. 

5778. Ditto, ditto, ditto, the same, with glass stop-cock .$2 50 each. 

5779. Bulb Tubes, of hardest Bohemian glass, for ignitions. Bulbs on the end. 

4 5 6 7 8 in. 

.15 .18 .20 .25 .30 cts. each. 

5780. Ditto, bulb in the middle .20 cts. each. 

^5781. Ditto, ditto, ditto, one bulb in the middle. Each.20 cts. 

6782. Ditto, ditto, ditto, two bulbs in the middle. Each.36 cts. 


5783. Ditto, ditto, of soft glass. 

12 3 Bulbs. 

.15 .20 .25 cts. each. 

Ditto, ditto, for air thermometers (see figure 5044.) 

5784. Diameter of bulb from li in. 2 in. 24 in. 3 in. 

.18 .20 .30 .40 cts. eaoh. 



5776 5778 5788b 5788c 5789 


BURETTES. 

Our Burettes are not what are usually offered but are most 
accurately graduated and are of the best make for 
Scientific work. 

—^ 5785. Burettes, Gay Lussac’s, with polished wooden base. 

25 CC 1-10 50 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-2 100 CO 1-5 

$1 15 1 45 1 80 2 20 

—^ 6786. Ditto, ditto, Biuk’g English form, with case. 

10 CC 1-10 25 CC 1-10 50 CC 1-5 50 CC 1-100 100 CC 1-2 100 CC 1-5 200 CC. 

.90 $1 10 1 25 1 40 1 80 . 2 20 2 50 

— 5787. Ditto, ditto, ditto, graduated into 125 grains, $1 00. 250 grains, 1 20. 

—^ 5788. Burettes, with Geissler’s, Mohr’s or Fresenius 9 perfect glass stop¬ 
cocks* Most accurately graduated, style, a, b and c. (For a, stop-cock like 5789.) 
10 CC 1-10 25 CC 1-10 50 CC 1-5 50 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-5 100 CO 1-10 

$1 40 1 50 1 85 2 00 2 40 2 75 

—^ 6789. Burettes, arranged to be used with glass stop-cock or pinch-cock* 

25 CC 1-10 50 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-5 100 CC 1-10 

$1 70 2 45 2 80 3 40 


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— 6790. Burettes, with two stop-cocks, one below and another one at the side for re¬ 


filling. Price. $1 CO higher. 

6791. Burettes, with side tube, to be filled from reservoir. 

25 CO 1-10 60 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-5 100 CC 1-10 

$1 20 1 60 1 8) 2 20 


—^ 5792. Burettes, with ground glass rod iuside as stop-cock, same os used by United 
States Navy Laboratory, etc. 

25 CC 1-10 60 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-5 

$1 70 2 20 2 45 

—^ 6793. Burettes, Mohr’s, with tip, fbr use with pinch-cock. 

10 CC 1-20 20 CC 1-10 2o CC 1-5 25 CC 1-10 30 CC 1-10 

.70 .75 .80 .90 1 10 

50 CC 1-5 50 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-5 100 CC 1-10 100 CC single 

$1 20 1 30 1 60 2 00 1 25 



5796 6794 5797 5797a 5800 


—£6794. Burettes of new design, having two sides white en- 

ameled, the remaining sides being transparent, admitting of dark or light 
liquids, being read with equal rapidity and accuracy. 

25 CC 1-10 60 CC 1-10 100 CC 1-5 

$2 00 $2 75 3 00 with stop-cock, like 57886. 

1 75 2 00 plain, for pinch-cock. 

6796. All our burettes will be provided with funnel top If so 
ordered at IB per cent, additional. Floats, 25 ots. 
Pinch-cocks, 20 cts. extra. 

^ 5796. All our stop-cock burettes can be had with our new (patent) absolute tight stop- 
oooks at small additional expense. 

5797. Burettes, Hempel's and Winkler’s, for gas analysis, (see Gas Burettes and Appar¬ 
atus), 1 a, 1 6. 

Burette Stands or Holders, (see Supports for Burettes.) 

Burette Clamp, Mohr’s and Hofmann’s, (see clamps.) 


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5800. Burette, with side tube and stop-cock to connect with a reservoir for refilling ; 

according to Gavalowski ; for permanganate, etc. 

25 CC 1-10 50 CC 1-5 100 CC 1-2 

$3 00 3 38 3 75 each. 

5801. Burette for dispensing expensive liquids ; graduated up to A Litres in 

i Litre ; with Geissler is stop-cock..$4 00 each. 

1 Liter.$5 00. 2 Liter.$6 00 each. 

See also Clamps. 

5802. Burette Float, Erdmann’s, each.25 ots. 

See also Floats. 

5803. Burette, tip of glass.each, 5 cts. Dozen, 50 cts. 

5804. Burette Tips,with rubber and pinch-cock.25 cts* 

5805. Burette Attachment, three ways for connecting the burette with reservoir to 

refill, complete. .65 cts. 

5806. Ditto, ditto, with one sorew-stop and one pinch-cock.75 cts. 

5807. Burette Caps to protect the inside of burettes from dust, etc. 

Each, 10 cts. Dozen, 50 cts. 



BURNERS. 

^ 5808. Burners, Bunsen’s, plain, each. . 35 cts 

* 5809 Ditto, ditto, with regulator for the air, the best burner made, all parts in¬ 

terchangeable, large.45 cts. 

5810. Ditto, ditto, ditto, larger tube, } in. bore z 5 in., twice the flame of above .60 cts. 

% 5811. Ditto, ditto, with tripod on top, for heating dishes, etc., each . 75 

^ 5812. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen’s, especially made to bum gasolene gas and natural 
gas..75 cts. 

5813. Ditto, ditto, ditto, large size .$1 25 

5814. Ditto, ditto, ditto, regular style, with air-regulator and stop-cock for gas. 

Price.SI 00 

* 5815. Ditto, ditto, French Pattern, with lever stop-cock, raising air-regulator, at 

the same time. .$2 00 

% 5816. Ditto, ditto, full flame, after Terquem ; with arrangement for raising or lower¬ 
ing air-regulator, star chimney, stop-cock, etc. $2 50 


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6817. Burners, ditto, according to Terquem; with stop-cock, adjustable sliding 
chimney and supports for holding wire nipple ; expressly arranged for spectio- 
scopical examinations. $8 50 

Burners, specially constructed for natural gB8 and gasolene. 

See numbers 5812, 5813, 5816, 5817. 

5818. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen's, with 3 tubes and regulators. $1 5b 

5819. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 4 tubes and regulators . 2 OO 

6820. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 6 “ 14 41 3 OO 

5821. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 8 44 4 4 44 4 OO 

6822. Ditto, ditto, ditto, lO 44 44 44 5 OO 

5823. Burner, Bunsen’s, after Raab, with screw stop-cock, each burner on mov¬ 
able arm increasing or decreasing the heating surfaoe, flames can also be placed 
in one row. $5 00 



5817 



5824 



5823 



5823a 


3|£ 5823a. Burners in ring form, to heat and evaporate from the top of liquids, in beakers* 
etc., according to Professor Wolcott Gibbs. 

Diameter of ring, 3 4 5 6 in. 

$2 00 2 25 2 50 3 00 

Support, 75 cents extra. If provided with stop-cock, $1 00 additional. 

58236. Ditto, for blast, for fusions, etc., where higher temperatures are required, with 2 
stop-cocks and support 3 in. 5 in. 

$6 00 8 50 

5824. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen’s, in sets of 4, arranged so that several sets can be put dose- 


together to heat long tubes, etc., per set.84 50 

5825. Ditto, ditto, same with stop-cock for each burner. .5 50 

5826. Ditto, with adjustable forks on each end to support arsenic tubes, etc.7 0b 


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^ 5827. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen’s, of very low shape, without regulator. 50 cts. 

5828. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with regulator. . 60 cts. 

5829. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with upright, blast, for gas and air, net. $3 50 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, with small furnace, for blast, see blast lamps. 

^ 5830. Burner, safety, self acting stop-cock, closing off gas when flame is blown out or 
to protect and automatically close the gas main of laboratories.. $15 00 

5831. Burner, for spectroscope, height adjustable with chimney.$2 00 

5832. Burner, microcheniical, on tripod base with ring.. 2 00 

5833. Ditto, ditto, on foot, with stop-cock and glass chimney, can also be used as a min¬ 

ute burner. .$2 00 

5833a. Ditto, 2 flames on adjustable stand.6 00 



^ 5834. Burner, Bunsen’s, with crown top ; so-called small locomotive burner. . 76 

5835. Ditto, ditto, extra large.-. 300 

5836. Ditto, ditto, ditto, low shape. 4 00 

5837. Ditto, Finkner’s, most improved form, with arrangements to regulate gas and 

air at the same time.$2 00 

5838. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with chimney. 2 75 

5839. Burner, Erlenmeyer's argond flame, with iron chimney. 3 00 

This burner is provided with wooden handle and regulator for the air, and is 
considered to be the best round flame burner, for cruoible operations. 

££ 5840. Ditto, ditto, latest form, full flame, with improved air supply and regulation. 

With star, clay and iron chimney.$4 08 


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O* 5841. Burner, Bunsen, with constant flame ; very practical for laboratory table. 

Price.$1 25 

^ 5842. Burner, to illuminate working table, a fish tail burner on base and tube 
standing 12 to 15 in. high.$1 00 

5843. Ditto, ditto, with separate stop-cock. 1 50 

5844. Ditto, ditto, with Argand burner and stop-cock.2 00 

—^ 5845. Ditto, ditto, after Kellogg ; for gasolene ; indispensable where a Bunsen s 

Burner flame is required and no gas available. It gives as much heat as several 
Bunsen Burners and is better than an alcohol lamp. There is no smell as the 
gas is consumed as soon as produced; no wick necessary. The laboratory 

lamp, complete as per drawing..$12 00 

— 5845a. The Lamp itself.$7 50 Plain Burner. 3 00 

Gasolene, 74°, for this lamp, gallon 25 ots.,by the barrel. 15 ots. 

See also 6716a. 





^ 5846. Burner, for high temperatures ; for burning oxygen with illuminating gas, height 


adjustable.$4 00 

% 5847. Ditto, for gas. with star to support a porcelain plate or chimney, and arrangement 

to slide on a fork (iron chimney, 25 cts. extra).$1 25 

O 5848. Ditto, ditto, with porcelain burner plate (same as figure 5857). 2 00 

5849. Ditto, ditto, for gas ; made of soap-stone ; for use in poison cases. 2 00 

See also Lamps and Blast Lamps. 


O* 5850. Burner, New Evaporating ; for Glass and Porcelain Vessels and General La¬ 
boratory Work. This burner is a great improvement on the ordinary coil 
burner in use. The flame is blue and smokeless, and the total height of the 
burner is about 1} inch. 

Diameter, 4 5 6J 7} 9} 10} 12 in. 

$1 00 1 50 2 00 2 75 3 50 4 00 5 00 


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^5851. Burners, Solid Flame Boiling; the beat laboratory burner 


known ; large size for large pans, etc.$2.00 

5852. Burner Nos. 200 and 201. Fletcher’s Argand Bunsen. The flame of these burners 

is shorter, more compact, and higher in temperature than an ordinary Bunsen, 
and is also free from smell. The air supply is self-adjusting. 

Without tripod. With tripod. 

J in. size, gas consumption 2 ft per hour, No. 200, $ 50 No. 201, $ 65 

Jin. “ 44 44 3J 44 44 44 75 44 95 

J in. 44 44 “ 7 44 44 44 1 00 “1 25 

Bpider-Bing, (for No. 201, Jin. only,).30 cents. 

Attachment for air blast, affording a very strong heat extra.75 cents. 

5853. Burners, Nos. 1 and 2 R. Fletcher’s Radial Burners* 

No. 1. R Burner Ring, 3J inches diameter.$1 50 

No. 2 R. Burner King, 5 inches diameter. 2 00 



5853 6852b-201. 


c* 5854. Burners, No. 52. Fletcher’s Special High Power* The laws ruling the 
construction of heating burners as given in Mr. Fletcher’s communication to the 
Gas Institute, and published in the Transactions for 1883, have been strictly ad¬ 
hered to in these burners, which, for their size, are unapproached in power by 
any burners in existence. The dimensions of these burners are as follows : 


Size across the gauze surface. 
O No. 52a. 2J in. diameter. 
O No. 52 b. 4 in. 

O No. 52c. 6 in. 44 
O No. 52 d. 8 in. 

O No. 52a. 

$2 25 


Gas consumption in oubic feet 
25 ft per hour. 

40 ft 44 

90 ft to 100 44 

200 ft. to 250 44 

No. 52 b. No. 52c. 

3 00 5 50 

The 6 in. and 8 in. sizes have no tripod or support for vessels, as the burners are 
too small to carry the vessels they will heat 


Gas pipe required. 
{ in. clear bore. 
J in. 44 

J in. 44 

1 or J in. 44 
No. 52d 
11 00 


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5855. Burner Attachment, plate for expanding the Bunsen burner flame.25 cts. 

^ 5858. Burner Attachment, Wingtop, fitting our Bunsen’s burners ; are used for bend¬ 
ing glass tubes nice round. Each.25 cts. 

^ 5857. Burner, plates of porcelain to attach to Bunsen’s burner, in blow-piping... .60 cts. 

5858. Burner Fork, to fit No. 5847, Bunsen’s burner, for attaching to a support 

Each.... . 50 cts. 

5859. Burner Crown, fitting our Bunsen burners ; giving a round flame, for heating 

dishes. Each.45 cts. 

5860. Burner Chimney, of Russian iron. Each.20 cts. 

5861. Burner Tips, with rest for the blow-pipe, to set on top of Bunsen’s burners. 

Each.25 cts. 


5862. Burner Tube, for blow-piping with yellow flame, fitting inside the tube or pass¬ 
ing over it Each. .. 20 cts. 

5863 Burner Tripod, large ; to fit on top of Bunsen burners for supporting dishes, 
etc. Each. . .30 cts. 

5864. Ditto, ditto, small. .25 cts. 

5865. Bursting squares of thin glass for expansion experiment. Dozen.$3 00 

5866. Button Brushes, genuine bristle.50 cts. 



5861 5862 


58C9a 5873 


5877 


5869a Candle Bombs, small glass bulbs, filled with colored liquids. Dozen.. .40 cts. 

5870. Calcium Light, (Drummond light) complete with burner, lime holder, reflector, 

clamp and rod...$15 00 

5871. Ditto, ditto, 1-15 and 1-30 gallon, gas bags, with stop-cocks, 2 gas generators, 

wash bottles, rubber tube connections, additional.$50 00 

5872. Calorimeter, according to Fischer, with one platina cylinder, for the estimation of 

temperatures above 1,000° C . $30 00 

5873. Calorimeter, ice, according to Bunsen. 

Price, small, 75 cents. Large, $1 25 each. 


O 5874. Canada Balsam, clear, 45 cents, filtered, 75 cents, dry, $1 25, per pound. 

5875. Caoutchouc in sheets, so-called Bandage Gum, very strong, used for making 

stoppers air-tight, etc.oz. .25, lb. $2 60 

5876. Caoutchouc Stoppers (see Rubber Stoppers), plain or perforated, per lb... 2 50 
— % 5877. Calipers, self-registering, for taking inside and outside measure of glass tubing, 

nickel plated. 

3 4 5 6 inch. 

.75 .85 $1 00 1 20 


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— 5878. Candles, standard, for photometric test, per pound, (6 make a pound).$2 50 

Capillary Tubing, see Glass Tubing. 

Capsules, for oombustion in organic analysis, of porcelain, or platinum. (See 
Combustion Boats.) 

Por other Capsules, of porcelain, glass, platinum, silver, etc., etc., (see Evapora¬ 
ting Dishes and Platinum.) 

5879. Capsules of very thin glass, 2}-2} inch diameter ; used in organic analysis ; Hoff- 


meister’s SchSlchen, per dozen..$1 50 

5880. Capsules, of Royal Meissen porcelain, as used in Columbia College, 2 inches diam¬ 

eter, by 1 inch deep, by 2 inches diameter, No. 1.....20 cts. 

5881. Ditto, ditto, ditto, | inch deep, by 1} inch diameter, No. 2 . ..15 cts. 

If numbered with black letters in sets of 1-6, large size per set.$6 00 

5882. Ditto, ditto, Mixing, Plattner’s, brass. Each.25 cts. 

5883. Ditto, ditto, horn. Each. .15 cts. 

5884. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of gilded metal. Each.45 cts. 

O 5885. Carbon Plates for Bunsen, Grenet, Smee, and other Batteries. 

In. Thick. In. Wide. In. Long. Price. In. Thick. In. Wide. In. Long, Price. 

1-16 6 10 $0 45 i 3 6 $0 20 

i 9 11 75 1 9 11 1 10 

\ 1J 3J 06 1 4J 7 30 

1 1| 4* 06 f i 6 08 

1 If 4} 06 i 9 12 1 25 

J 1J 5} 08 i 10 12 1 50 

i 6 10 40 } 12 12 l 40 

i 6 12 50 J 6 12 80 

J 12 12 1 00 i 6 9 60 

Carbon Plates, any size, to order. 



O 5886. Round Carbons, 12 inches long, for Electric Lamps. 


Diameter, 

1-16, 

1-8, 3-16, 

1-4. 

5-16, 

3-8, 

7-16, 

1-2, inches. 

Price, 

$0 05, 

.05, .06, 

.06}, 

.08, 

.11. 

.13, 

.15, 

Diameter, 

9-16, 

5-8, 

3-4,' 

7-8, 

1. 

H, 

inches. 

Price, 

$0.17, 

.20 

.26, 

.28, 

.34, 

.40. 



5886a. Carbon Filter, of glass, for Gooch filters, etc. 

Inside diameter of wide tube, } 1 1} in. 

.20 .22 .25 .30 

5887. Carboys, oontents, 10 gallons ; glass balloon ; boxed in case.$2 00 

5888. Cases of Japanned Tin, to hold cut filters, from 2} to 6 in. diameter, 6 sizes. 

Prioe. ..$2 50 

5889. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 2} inches to 8 inches, 8 sizes. 3 50 

Cases for Scales (see Scale Cases.) 

5900. Cartesian Imps. . .80 cents each. 

5901. Ditto, ditto, with joints.25 cents each. 


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Complete Set of Apparatus for colormetric carbon tests, according- 


to latest methods. 

5902. Dissolving bottles, dozen .$1 00 

5903. Backs, of copper, to hold the dissolving bottles while weighing and dissolving, for 

12 tubes.$1 25 

5904. Ditto, ditto, for 25 tubes. $2 50 

5905. Water Tray, of copper, to set copper racks in while dissolving. $15 00 

5905a. Ditto, ditto, small, □ to take 12 tubes. 5 00 

59055. Ditto, ditto, round. 3 50 

5906. Nitric Acid, strictly c. p., specially prepared for carbon tests, in 7 lb. bottles. 

Per lb.25 cts. 

% 5907. Bottles, with ground in stop-cock as reservoir for acid. Similar to 5368. 

2 pints. 4 1 2 3 8 gal. 

$2 25 2 50 3 50 4 50 6 00 12 00 

5908. Copper bath for heating the tests,for 52 tubes.$15 00 

Ditto, ditto, for 100 tubes. 20 00 

5909. Carbon tubes, for Eggertz color test for the estimation of Carbon in steel. 

25 CC. in 1-10 lbs. in sets of two, $2 25. In sets of four.$4 50 

30 CC. in 1-10 lbs. «• 2 50 “ 4 50 

50 CC. in 1-5 lbs. •« 2 50 “ 5 00 

50 CC. in 1-10 lbs. “ 2 75 “ 5 60 

100 CC. in 1-5 lbs. " 3 00 •• 6 00 

5910. Ditto, Ditto, test tube form. 

5 CC. in 1-10 10 CC. 1-10 15 CC. 1-10 20 CC. 1-10 25 CC. 1-10 

$0.50, .55, .60, .65, .75 each. 

5911. Ditto, ditto, test tube form, not graduated, in sets of 1 dozen, to agree.$1 25 

^ 5912. Carbon Filters. See figure 5886a. 

3 in. X j in. bore. 3 in. X 1 in. 3 in. X 14 in, 3 in. X 1} in. 
$0.20 22, .25, 30. 

5913. Ditto, ditto, of Platinum. .42 cents per gramme. 

5914. Support for Carbon tubes, test tube form, wood, for 1 dozen.50 cts. 

5915. Ditto, ditto, for 24 tubes. .$1 00 

5916. A wooden support with the base covered with a milk glass in plate, for 

20 tubes..$3 50 

Other sizes furnished to order. 

5917. Color Comparator box, plain, for 2 carbon tubes...4 00 

Ditto, ditto, mounted adjustable stand. . 8 00 

5918. Calcium light and reflector for the color reading box.$20 00 

—5919. Balance, rapid weighing, sensitive to one milligram, E. A A. glass case. 20 00 

— Without case. . 11 00 

5920. Special spring balance . 15 00 

5921. Standard steel to order.10 cents per oz. $1 00 per lb. 



5922, (1-3), 5922, (3a-7), 


CASSEROLES. 

Allow ns to call attention to the fact that all our Berlin china is from the 
Royal factory. 

* 5922. Casseroles, of best Royal Berlin china, with porcelain handles. 


No. 1, 

2, 

3, 

3a, 

4. 

5, 

6, 

7. 

Contents, 4, 

1*. 

3, 

6, 

12, 

24, 

48, 

64 oz. 

Diameter, 2, 

2f. 

31. 

3i, 

41. 

5i, 

1.75 

— in. 

Price, $0.35, 

•40, 

.60, 

.70, 

.86, 

1.40, 

3.00 


5922a. Ditto, ditto, of Thuringia porcelain, same shape as No. 5922 3a-7. 
Capacity, 8 oz., 50 cts. 12 oz., 65 cts. 


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^ 5923. Casseroles, 0 f German porcelain, with cover, lip, and wooden handle. 

Diameter, 3 in. Contents, 4 oz. each.50 cts. 

«< 4 <• *• g *« it $0 44 

a 4 J ** *t 12 « *< 70 44 

“ 5J « 44 16 44 44 90 44 

** 6 44 44 24 44 “ . 1 25 * 

44 6 J 44 44 32 41 44 . $1 75 

5924. Ditto, ditto, Royal Berlin porcelain, deep form. 

Depth, 6 in. Contents, 1 qt. Price. .. $2 00 

44 7 ‘ 4 “ 1J 44 44 . 3 00 

44 8 44 '* 2J 44 44 .. 3 75 

5924a. Cells, for electric batteries, see porous cups, all sizes, from 4 up to 8 inches. 

Price.15 to 80 cts. 

0^5925. Casserole agateware. 

Pint, 24 oz, Quart, % gal. 

Diameter, 4J in. 5 in. 6 in. 7 in. 

.25 .30 .40 .50 

5926. Chalk Sticks, or Lime Cylinders, prepared for Drummond's calcium light, 

per doz.. $1 20 

5927. Chamois Skins, of best quality, according to size and dressing... .25 to 60 cts. 

^ 5928. Charcoal Borers, Planner's, wooden handle. 

4-comered, small, Club shape, large, 

50 cts. 85 cts. 

For others, see Appendix Blow-piping Apparatus. 



5924a 5925 5924 5928 


5924a 5925 5924 5928 

5929. Charcoal Sticks for cutting glass, each 10 cents, per doz. $1 00 

5930. Charcoal, of hard wood, in pieces, for blow-piping, imported or our own 

make, dozen..50 cts. 

5931. Ditto, ditto, artificial, } x | x 3, dozen.50 cts. 

5932. Charcoal, for Plattner’s Charcoal Holder, square, with groove in centre, each 10 ots. 

Dozen. 75 cts. 

5933. Charcoal Capsules and Crucibles, Plattner’s, dozen. . .25 cts. 

(For other blow-pipe goods, see also appendix ) 

6934. Charcoal Saws. Each.45 cts. 

5934a.Charts, technological, all kinds imported to order. 

Chemicals (see our list of Chemicals). 

5935. Chimney, of Russian iron, to set on Bunsen's burners. 

Small, 20 cts. Large, 25 cts. 

5936. Chimney, of clay, according to Prof. Erdman. 20 cts. 

5937. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with ring or tripot inside .25 cts. 

If fitted with iron chimney on top. .25 cents extra 

5938. Chimney, of iron, clay lined, for polariscope lamps.$1 75 


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5939. Chisels, steel, for breaking minerals. 

i 


Length about 5 


1 in. face. 
7| inch long. 


si 6$ 

.30 .40 .7$ cts. each. 

5940. Chloride Calcium Jars, on foot, with tabulators near the bottom, with nar¬ 
row or wide neck. 

Height, 8 10 12 

.50 .60 .75 

3£5941. Chloride'Calcium Tubes, with one bulb. 

Length 3 4 5 6 

.10 .11 .12 .13 

Measure taken from behind the bulb. 

5942. Ditto, ditto, with two bulbs, in two sizes. 

Length 3 4 5 6 

.10 .11 .12 .15 


16 

18 

24 in. 

$1 20 

1 75 

2 50 

8 

10 in. 


.15 

.20 cts. 


[ the bulb. 



7 

8 

12 in. 

.16 

.20 

.25 cts. 


No. 5941 and 5942 if ordered with tube bent in right angle, 5941a and % 5941b, 
25 % extra. 

5943. Ditto, ditto, plain, |J shape, light or heavy in weight In ordering please 6 tate 

outside diameter of tubes. 

3 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 in. 

.12 .14 .18 .22 .25 .30 . 40 .50 cts. 

5944. Ditto, ditto, (J shape, with three bulbs. 

3 4 5 6 7 8 in. 

.20 .25 .30 .35 .45 .55 



X 5945. Ditto, ditto, ditto, recent form, with side tubes and perforated glass 
stoppers, to keep dry. The advantages of this tube are readily seen. 

5 in. 6 in. 

$1 30 1 40 


5946. Ditto, ditto, according to Liebig ; plain or with side tube. 

5 in. 6 in. 

.35 .40 

^ 5947. Ditto, ditto, according to Prof. Marchand in three sizes. 

4 in. 5 in. 6 in. 

.30 . 35 .40 

5948. Ditto, ditto, with permanent side tube, same price. 

% 5950. Ditto, ditto, U-shaped, two in a nest, the smaller fitting inside the larger,, same 
as used in School of Mines, per set. 40 cts. 


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% 5951. Chloride Calcium Tubes, with small inside tube, to collect moisture in first 
bulbs, according to Prof. Mixter. 5, 6, 8 in. 

.25, .30, .35. 

5952. Chloride Calcium Tubes, U-shape, with side tubes. 

Length, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 inch. 

Diam. J, J, J, f, } 41 

Each. .16, .20, .25, .30, .35. 

% 5953. Ditto, according to Vollhard. 5, 6, 8 in. 

.30, .35, .40. 


5954. Chloride Calcium Tube, with ground stopper and with Geissler’s Stopcock. 
Price, each.$ 2 00 


O* 6954a. Chlorine Apparatus, of acid proof stoneware, (Generators) with ground air¬ 
tight covers. 


Capacity, 6, 12, 20, 

Price. 3.75, 5.50, 7.50, 
O 6964b. The perforated ) M g . 1J6 
inside vessel f * * 


25, 30, 38, 

9.25, 11.00, 13.75, 
1.55, 1.85, 2.50, 


Capacity, 50, 55, 60, 70, 

Price, $18.50, 21.75 25.00, 28.00, 

The per. inside vessel, 3.75, 4.35 5.00, 5.50, 


The last three sizes are only made to order. 


45, Gallons. 

16.00, each. 

3.10, each additional. 

75 gallons. 

31.00. each. 

6.25 each additional. 


O 5954c. Above Chlorine Apparatus if ordered with outlet near the bottom 50 cents. 

Each additional, if ordered with ground in stopcock the price of stopcock and 50 
cts. for grinding will be added. 

O* 5954d.Chlorine Generators, of acid proof stoneware, with 2 tubes ground in. 
Capacity, J, j, $, }, 1, 1J, 1J Gallon. 

Price, 1.25,1.40, 1.55, 1.70, 2.15, 2.65, 3.00, 3.75 each. 



CLAMPS. 


5955. Clamps, wooden, of improved construction, for holding test tubes. 
Each...15 cts. 


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^5956. Clamps, Wooden, for holding larger tubes or flasks, with spring. 

Each.30 cts. 

5957. Ditto, ditto, of brass, for holding small and large tubes, etc., Bunsen’s form. 

Each.30 cts. 

^ 5958. Clamps of Iron, to fasten apparatus to the table. 

2, 2$, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 in. 

.25, .30, .40, .50, .60, .80, 1.00, 1.30, 1.50, 1.80. 

* 5959. Ditto, ditto, of Iron, to attach to a retort stand. This Is a 
good arrangement to hold burettes, with checknut 

to adjust position .so eta. 

5960. Ditto, ditto, of brass, with checknut to adjust posi¬ 
tion. 76 cts. 

6961. Ditto, ditto, nickel plated .95 eta 



5958 6959 5962 5964 


^5962. Ditto, ditto, Hofmann’s style, small, metal, with universal movement.75 cts. 

5962a. Ditto, ditto, double, according to Prof. Hofmann, to 
hold burettes or other tube apparatus, adjustable to 

any retort stand, etc .70cta 

5963. Clamp, with fastener, Bunsen’s, small universal, com¬ 
plete .85 ota 

* 8964. Ditto, ditto, of Iron, Bunsen's, with universal movement 
for holding small tubes as well as condensers, to 
attach to retort stand. Complete with fastener-.w <*> 


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^6965. Clamps, of Iron, extra large. ..$1 26 

5966. Ditto, Universal, double jointed? retort and condenser clamp grasp¬ 

ing irregular shaped objects. Complete with attachment . 1 65 

Like clamp m, a, s, z, as shown in large cut of universal support Fig. 8228. 
5966a. Clamp fhstener, or German muffe, for attaching clamps or rods to any iron 
support Small. 20 cts. Large.22 cts. 

5967. Ditto, ditto, universal to set at any angle. Each.40 cts. 

^ 6968. Clamps, Hofmann's, of improved make, nickel plated, a screw compressor. 

Small opening, }x} Medium, Jx| Large, 1}x2J 

.24, .30, .60. 

^ 5969. Ditto, ditto, screw compressors of improved construction, can be 


attached to tubing without opening joints. Each.40 cts. 

9K-5970. Clamps, Mohrs, for burettes, etc., nickel plated. 

Small... 15 cts. Medium for burettes... 20 cts. Large for £ in. tubing... 25 cts. 
Extra large for j in. tubing . .30 cts. Double extra large from } to 1 in. .50 cts. 

5971. Clamps, Mohrs, with set screw..35 cts. 

5972. Clamp Screw to screw to table very strong.50 cts. 



6973. Clamps, according to Bunsen, two bars with screws at each end.50 cts. 

5973a. Ditto, ditto, of brass, for Bunsen’s Battery Carbons. 

No. 1.15 cts. No. 2.25 cts. 

6974. Clays, Erdmann's, to set upon a tripod, each.30 cts. 

5975. Ditto, ditto, iron, with ring on points inside. .25 cts. 

5976. Ditto, ditto, with tripod.- ..50 cts. 

Ditto, ditto, for Combustion Furnaces, see Tiles and Slides. 

Cleaners, for test tubes, etc. (see Brushes and Sponge Swabs.) 

Clips, for watch glasses, see Watch glass Clips and holders. 

Cobalt Bottles, Bee Acid Bottles shape a and b. 

5977. Cobalt Colored Glass, (blue), for observing the potassium flame. 

2 in. square, 3 in. square, 1x2} in. 

8 cts. 10 cts. 10 cts. 

^ 5978. Colanders, of porcelain, Hemispherical, with and without lip. 

Diameter, 6}, 5, 4}, 34, 2}, 2 in. 

Price, 75, .55, .45, .40, .35. 30 


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5979. Colander?, with straight sides and flat bottom. 

Diameter, 12}, 9J, 5} in. 

Price, $2.00, 1.50, .75. 

^5980. Ditto, ditto, with handle. Of stoneware.$1.50. Of porcelain.$2 50 

See also Strainers. 

Cold Chisels, see chisels. 

^ 5981. Collection of 114 Crystal Models, according to Naomann & Hansmann, made of 
strong pasteboard the ground forms and combinations in different colors, sizes 
5-6 Centimeter. ..$25 00 

O 6982. Ditto, according Professor Bose, 108 pieces, of pear wood size abt 4 Ctm. in 
wooden box..$20 00 

O 6983. Set of 368 selected forms of pear wood of great perfection 5 cm. 

in size, suitable for large Universities..$150 00 

O 5984. Set of 700 typical models of all crystallized minerals after Professor P. Groth, size 

5 ctm. latest selection, imported to order only duty free.$450 00 

59.5. Ditto, of 50 crystal models after Professor Prokorny, made of a nice white mineral 
composition. These models are perfect and very natural in appearance, their 
low price will enable students to purchase complete sets. 


o. Collection of 50 pieoes, stearin coated .$16 00 

b. Collection of 100 pieces 11 44 28 00 

c. Collection of 250 pieces 44 “ 60 00 

5986. Set of 25 models of Crystal Glass ; in velvet lined box. 25 00 

5987. Set of 60 in 5 velvet lined cases, large size. 50 00 



5979 5980 5981 


5988. Collection of Diamond imitations, the 15 largest and most famous diamonds; 


in case .$23 00 

— 5989. Collection of 21 imitations of precious stones, of colored Bohemian crystal 
glass ; in velvet lined case.$17 25 

5990. Collection of 100 blow-pipe specimens, in boxes, with glass covers and 

index. $7 00 

5991. Ditto, ditto, according to Plattner, 100 specimens in bottles; in box with cata¬ 

logue .$9 00 

O 5992. Ditto, of 64 metals, in handsome glass-stoppered vials, and elegant case-$20 00 

5993. Ditto, of minerals, 100 specimens, in pasteboard boxes .7 00 12 00 

5994. Ditto, ditto, large specimens. 25 00 

Partition boxes, of pasteboard, for 25 models. 1 00 

Other Collections, see Appendix and Ghemioal List 


5995. Collection of minerals to order according selection from $50 00 to $300 00. 


— 5996. Collection of 52 alcaloids, Merck?, in £ gramme vials in elegant case.$24 00 

— 5997. Ditto, of 72 alcaloids and glucosides, Mercks, in } gramme vials in elegant 

case.$34 20 

— 6998. Ditto, of 42 physiological preparations, Mercks, in elegant case. .. . 24 00 

See also Special List of Chemicals and Minerals. 


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^ 0003. Combustion Boats, of porcelain. 

Length, 1-1} 2-2} 3-4 in. 

.20 .25 .30 cts. each. 

6004. Combustion Tubes and Boats, of platinum ; of latest form, according to 

sizes and weight, per grainm. 70 eta. 

Combustion Foil and Combustion Netting, see Copper Foil and Copper Gauze: 

6005. Combustion Furnaces, of latest and most improved style, according to 

Bunsen, in four sizes, every burner provided with a separate stop-cock, extra 
tiles, clay and iron slides given with the furnace. 

10 15 20 25 burners. 

$17 50 23 50 29 50 37 00 

Larger sizes to order up to 60 burners. Also the row of Burners separately and 
further apart for agricultural analysis. 


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^ 6000. Color Comparator, Prof Leeds, for the quantitative determination of sub¬ 
stances in solution, by the relative depth of tint of a certain color. With 

prism. $15 00 

One dozen glasses for same. 2 60 

— 6001. Colorimeter, Stammer’s, for comparative color test in sugar analysis, plain 

form . $40 t0 

—6002. Ditto, ditto, latest improved form.. 60 §0 

Other Colorimeter see under apparatus, and Carbon test, Eggerts for Color 
comparison. 
































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M>06. Ditto, ditto, for Gasolene gas or natural gas. Same style as 6005. 

12 15 20 25 burners. 

$19 00 25 00 32 00 40 00 

O* 6007. Combustion Furnace, of low shape, after Th. Fletcher, with adjustable 
flame and with or without adjustable blast, arrangement for high tem¬ 
peratures. It can be used with coal gas or with the Gasolene gas from genera¬ 
tors No. 5318 (for particulars see special list) 


For combustion tubes, 

14 i 

In. 

20 

in. 

25 in. 

For draft or blast, with adjustable flame length. 

.$12 

00 

16 

00 

20 00 

As above, without adjustable length of flame... 

. 10 

00 

13 

00 

17 00 

With fixed length of flame, without blast. 

. 8 

00 

11 

00 

14 00 

Extra fine clay casing blocks, 6 inches long, each.. 



.... 


.50 cts. 





'ZEGBSHSm 

6012 



6009 



6011a 


6011b 


6008. Combustion Furnace, with separable supports and irame, permitting a change 
of length and a raising or lowering of the furnace as convenient 
With 2, 3, 4, sets of four-tube Bunsen’s burner’s, each ar- 

Price, $25 00 30 00 35 00 [ranged in a row on one base. 

% 6009. Ditto, Five Burners on base, with support.$15 00 

Q 6010. Combustion Furnace, Glaser’s, with 20 burners. 40 00 

—6011. Ditto, ditto, for use with charcoal, according to Liebig. 

Length, 18 24 in. 

$2 50 3 00 

For the prices of extra Clay Tiles and supports, see Tiles. 

6012. Combustion Furnaces, with adjustable support.$1 75 reap., $2 00 extra. 

3£6013. Combustion Spoons, of iron, for burning phosphorus in oxygen, etc., in two 

sizes, spoon } in. and 1 in. diameter.25 cts 

6014. Ditto, ditto, extra heavy.50 cts. 


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. X 6015. Combustion Tubes, bent, ready for use in the combustion furnace, of hardest Bo¬ 
hemian glass. In ordering please state bore in millimeters. 

Length, 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 in. 

If bore is about 13 Milli. each, .18 .20 .25 . 30 .35 .40 . 45cts. 

6016. Ditto, ditto, with rounded end for absolute determination of nitrogen. 

27 in. 30 in. 

.45 .50 cts. 

X 6017. Ditto, ditto, of porcelain, glazed inside, flanged, diameter inside, about 
# to # inch. 

Length, 12 18 20 22 25 30 in. 

Each, .50 . 75 $1 00 1 25 1 60 2 00 

6018. Ditto, ditto, inside diameter about 1 inch, flanged. 

Length, 12 18 20 22 25 30 in. 

Price, .85 $1 00 1 25 1 60 1 75 2 50 

2 inch bore, 25 per cent additional. 

6019. Combustion Tubes of best Royal Berlin China, glazed inside and 

outside, 48 in. long, plain, not flanged. These tubes are unsurpassed 
in quality, will stand heating also the highest temperatures well. 

Bore, f f f If If 1} in. 

Each, $6 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 16 00 

See also Platinum. 

6020. Combustion Tubing, best Bohemian glass, per pound, in 6 feet length, 

Price.75 cts. 



QX 6021. Compasses, in metal case, with cover, best Paris make, arranged for 
surveying, with folding sights, agate, centre, stop to needle, etc. 

Watch pattern, 1} 2 2} in. diameter. 

$3 75 4 25 4 75 

OX 6022. Compass Miners, or Dipping Needle, for tracing iron ore, both sides 

covered. Price.$10 00 

6023. Ditto, ditto, plain, watch form, 1 to 2 in.50 eta..to $2 00 

Compressors, see Clamps. 


CONDENSERS. 

X 6024. Condenser, Liebig's and Presenius’, made entirely of glass ; latest and most im¬ 
proved style ; only rubber connections. In ordering state whether end of tube 
& to be drawn out or cut off straight, without support 
Length of glass body, 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 in. 

.85 $1 00 1 10 1 25 2 00 2 50 3 00 


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% 6028. Condenser, glass, condensing tube sealed in the glass body ; water tabes set alter¬ 
nately or on one side as per cat 

Length of glass body, 8 t 10, 12, 16, 20 m. 

- .80, .85, $1.10, 1.25, 1.90 

6029. Condenser, according to Allihn. 

10, 12, 16, 25, 30 inch. 

$1.25 1.35 1.50 3.00 4.80 

6030. Condenser, with greatest cooling surface, similar to No. 6028, bat with a glass coil 

like 6031, fixed inside a condensing body. 

G, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18, 25, 30 in. 

$1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.50 3.50 5.00 


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6025. Ditto, Liebig’s, made of brass, the oondenser tube included. (If with rubber 
stoppers, price net.) 

Length of brass body, 12 15 20 30 40 in. 

$2 50 3 00 3 50 4 50 5 00 

^ 6026. Ditto, Mohr*s, both tubes of glass, set with best corks. 

12 15 20 in. 

$1 00 1 20 1 30 

Ditto, if ordered with rubber stoppers, the weight of the rubber will be charged 
with 20 cts. per ounce. 

6027. Ditto, large, of heavy brass, with large oak-wood support; one-half gallon retort, 
large oak-wood table, to hold tripod or stove and sand bath, glass receiver and 
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6031. Condensers, all glass, a glass worm inside of a conical gloss vessel, with 

inlet for cold And ontlet for the warm water. Pint, 1.25. Quart, 1.50. £ gal, 2.00 

6032. Ditto, ditto, with support Pint, 2.25. Quart, 2.50.. } gal, 3.00/ 

6033. Ditto, tlie worm alone .65, .85, 1.00 resp. 

6034. Ditto, a small worm ._.45 cts. 

6035. Ditto, of zinc, with heavy block tin worm; Size to suit a. 

$, 1, 2, 3, 5 gal still. 

Each, $2.50, 3.30, 4.00, 4.75, 6.00. 

6036. Condenser, of fine earthenware ; a well-glazed stone worm, acid proofs for factory 

work, about one yard high ; each.$30 00 

Condenser Stands and Supports, (see Supports for Condensers.) 



6031 6032 6035 6038b 6038e 


6037. Condenser Tubes, of German glass, all sizes, for use with adapter or adapter per¬ 


manently attached. 

Length, 20 25 30 35 40 50 60 

.25 .35 . 45 .55 . 65 . 85 $1 00 

^ 6038. Condensers for Sulphurous Acid, with two Geissler’s stop-cocks on the verti- 
. cal limbs.$2 50 

6038a.Ditto, ditto, ditto, two stop-cocks on the horizontal limb. 2 50 

^ 60385. Ditto, ditto, with three Geissler’s stop-cocks and extra reservoir. 3 50 

6038c. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 2 bulbs and 3 stop-cocks in one line . 3 50 

6038dDitto, very large size, reservoir holding 250 CC., fitted into glass-footed jar. See 

Figure 5174 . . .. $5 50 

6038e.Condenser for Sulphurous Acid, with one stop-cock, and with exit tubes. 1 25 

Condensing Pump, see Air Pump. 


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Condensing Tubes, U form and W form. See Tubes. 

6039. Cones, of steel, with plaster mould to make platinum cones of correct angle from 
platinum foil. Each. .$2 00 

6039a. Cones, of platinum, adjustable for Bunsen's quick filtering apparatus. 

From 50 cts. . . . . 

Ditto, ditto, heavy, of one piece, no seam. 

% 6040. Connections, of brass, for Bunsen’s battery, to connect the carbon with the 
zinc. 

No. 1.20 cts. No. 2.25 cts. 

^ 6041. Connection Tubes, of glass, to connect supply pipe with burners, bore J 
inch.35 cts. 


% 6042. Connectors, 

of brass, for gasbags, etc. 

Bore, 

i- 

1. 

l 

i. 1 in. 





.30, 

.35, 

.40, 

.46, 60. 

^ 6042a. Connectors 

of Glass 

, T-form. 




t 


Bore, J, 

3-16, 

i> i i> 

i. 

i. 

h 

1 m. 


.15, 

.18, . 

20, .25, .30, 

.35, 

.40, 

.45, 

.50. 




6040 1 0040-2 6043 6042 


^ 60426. Connectors, of glass. 

Large end, }. j, J. i }, 1 inch. 

Small end, J, 3-16, J, 6-16, f “ 

Each, .16, .18, .20, .25, .30, .36 cts. 

6042c. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with stopcock, up to J in. 75 cts.. extra bore } inoh, 75 cte. 
extra. 

6043. Ditto, ditto, for rubber tubing, with stopcock, eaoh.$1 00 

Ditto, for Wires, (See Binding Screws). 

Coolers, (Bee Condensers.) 

Cooper’s Mercurial Receiver, (see Gasometer Tubes.) 

6044. Copper Foil, of pure soft copper, heavy, per pound.50 cts. 

6045. Ditto, ditto, ditto, fine, per pound. . .60 cts. 

6046. Ditto, ditto, ditto, finest, c. p. per pound. $1 50 

— 6047. Copper Gauze, coarse, for combustions in organic analysis. No. 40, per square 

foot. . 70 eta. 


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— 6048. Ditto, ditto, fine No. 80, for combustions in organic analysis, square 
foot.$1 20 

Copper Wire, per pound. Fine .60 cts. Coawe.50 eta. 

604 i). Corks, best quality, out from selected wood, XX, regular length. 


No. 

l. 

2. 

3. 

4, 

5, 

6. 

7, 

8, 

Diameter of small end. 

h 

A, 

b 


h 

*&> 

1, 

U, 

Price per gross, 

.20, 

.20, 

•25, 

.30, 

.36, 

.40, 

.45, 

.60 cts 

No. 

9. 

10, 

11, 

12, 

13. 

14, 

15, 

16. 

Diameter of small end, 

«, 

h 

«, 

h 



liV. 

in 

Price per gross, 6 

> .65, 

.75, 

1.10, 

1.20, 

1.66, 

2.00, 

2.30. 

2.75 


6050. Ditto, ditto, extra long, No. 1 to 10, cost 25% higher. 

^ 6051. Corks, flat, for wide moutli bottles, extra thick superior XX quality. 


Diameter of larger end, 

i, 

li, li, 


11. 

i|. 

ii. 

Price per dozen. 

.10, 

.12, .15, 

.18. 

.20, 

.23, 

.25. 

Price per gross, 

.80, . 

,90, 1.40, 

, 1.60, 

1.85, 

2.10, 

2.25. 

Diameter of larger end, 

li. 

2, 

24. 

24- 



Price per dozen. 

.28, 

.30, 

.32, 

.35. 



Price per gross, 

2.35, 

2.65, 

2.90, 

3.05. 



Diameter of larger end, 2£, 

2|- 

2b 

3, 3}, 

4, 

44, 

5, 

Price per dozen, .40, 

.45, 

.50, . 

60, .75, 

1.00, 

1.25, 

1.75, 

Price per gross, 3.50 

, 3.75, 4.20. 







6056 6053 6049 


6052. Corks, X quality, the cork of the trade at one-half price of above. 
Ditto, of India rubber (see Rubber Stoppers.) 

^ 6063. Cork Borers, of polished brass, best make. 

In sets of 6, 8. 12, 15, 3, 3. 

smallest largest 
of of 

1 to 6, 1 to 8, 1 to 12, 1 to 15, 1 to 6, 1 to 6. 
$1.00, 1.50, 1.75, 2.60, .60, .75. 


6054. Cork Borer sharpener, very practical, a steel cone, with knife.$1 20 

6055. Cork Extractors. 25 

Cork Files, (see Files.) 

^ 6056. Cork Knives, each.25 cts. 

6('56a. Cork Plates, 4x8 inches. 

Thickness, 3-16, } in. 

Each, .0, .13, .17 cts. 


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6057. Cork Press, improved with wheel, will compress corks from one-fourth to 
one and one-fourth inches in diameter, without liability of splitting them. The 
motion is a rolling one into the jaws of the press, rendering the cork round and 

tapering. Small.50 cts. Large.65 cts. 

3|£ 6058. Ditto, ditto, of cast iron. 

Small.SO cts. Large.35 cts. 

6059. Corkscrew, best quality.from 35 to 50 eta, 

6060. Ditto, ditto, folding. .from 30 to 50 cts. 

6061. Cork Tweezers, (tongs), steel..$1 DO 

6062. Ditto, ditto, with teeth.. 1 25 

6063. Covers, convex, of glass, for covering beakers, etc., see Watohglasses. 

6064. Covers, for beakers, etc., flat. Round glass plates. 

Diameter, 3, 4, 5, 6 in. 

.10, .12, .15, .20 cts. 

6065. Ditto, ditto, with perforations in center or on side, for stirrers, 20 cts. extra for 

each perforation. 


6066. Covers, plain, straight, rough on one side. 

2, 21, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 9, 10, 12, 15in. square. 

Each, .3, .4, .5, .6, .8, .10, .15, .20, .25, .28, .30, .50 cts. 

6067. Ditto, ditto, straight, of heavy plate glass, rough on one side. 

3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 20 in. square. 

Each, .20. .25, .30, .35, .45, .60, .75, 1.00, 1.20, 1.85, 2.50. 

6068. Ditto, for microscopio objects, very thin, round, see microscopic oovers. 

6069. Ditto, ditto, cut square, see microscopic covers. 

3f£ 6070. Creaniometers, for determining the percentage of cream in milk, black gradu¬ 


ation. 50 cts. 

6071. Ditto, larger, on foot. .85 cts* 

3|£ 6072. Ditto, Chevaliers, with red lines.$1 00 

See fig. 5312. 

6073. Crowns, for Bunsen’s burners, giving blue round flame. Each.50 cts. 

6074. Crusher, Hand size very effective and practical enabling a person 

quickly and easily to bring the hardest ores to fine powder. It is very substan¬ 
tial, does not get out of order and weighs only 95 lbs. Price.$25 00 

Extra jaws. 1 25 



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—6074a. Crusher. Blake’s, for Ores, laboratory size, improved so-called " Challenge 
Rock Breaker,” for hand and power. This is the most perfect crusher 
and most valuable for the assay laboratory. Complete. Rubber cushioned. $50 00 
Larger sizes to order at manufacturer’s price. 


CRUCIBLES. 

— 6075. Crucibles, black lend, Plumbago, Dixon’s make. 


No. 00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

10 

12 

14 

16 

Height outside, 2 

21 

31 

3| 

*1 

5 


5| 

61 

6} 


8 


9 in. 

Each, .20 

.20 

.20 

.25 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.45 

.50 

.55 

.60 

.70 

.75 

85 cts. 


All sizes larger than No. 16, 5 ots. per number higher, running up to No. 300. 
Each number represents a capacity of about 2 pounds of metal. 



6082 6074a 


— 6076. Covers for same. Nos. 0 to 5, 10 cts. each. Nos. C to 8, 13 cts. each. 

All higher numbers 5 cts. extra per number. 

6077. Crucibles, of charcoal, imported from Freiberg, dozen. 20 eta. 

6078. Ditto, of clay, for assaying, unglazed porous. Dozen.20 eta. 

3|£ 6079. Ditto, of porcelain, with flanged rim, Plattner’s. No. 1_25 cts. No. 2. . .20 ots 

6080. Ditto, ditto, of porcelain, Rose's, with perforated cover and tube, £ oz.75 cts. 

“ •* •• “ •• “ •< “ “ 1 oz..$100 

\ “ •• •« *« «* *« “ •• 2 oz.. 1 50 

6081. Separate tube with perforated cover..60 cts. 

Ditto, large.$1 00 

6082. Ditto, ditto, of porcelain, with flat bottom . 20 cts. 

O 6083. Ditto, ditto, copper assay, Battersea, Cornish shape and quality. 

Height, Diameter, Price per dozen, 

Nest of 2, | 2 1 jJJ; 2J in | 8110 


Single, 21 in. 2J in. 43 


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O* 6084. Crucibles, Colorado, or lead assay ; Battersea. 


No. 

Height 

Diameter. 


Doz. 


Price per 100. 


AA. 

2$ in. 

2J in. 



.35 



$2.75 


A. 

3J in. 

2} in. 



.45. 



3.50 


B. 

3j[ in. 

3 in. 



.60 



4.50. 


—£ 6085. Ditto, ditto, 

French clny, 

, or Beanfay. 







No. 1 2 

3 4 5 6 

7 8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 16 

18 

Height 2} 2f 

2J 3J 3$ 4 

4J 

52 

6 

7 

7* 

7} 

8| 10 

11} in. 

Diameter, If 1} 

14 li 2 2* 

24 24 

3 

3J 

34 

3 i 

4 

4f 5* 

5} in. 

Prioe per doz. .40 ,50 

.70 .80 ,90 1.00 1.15 1.30 1.50 2.00 2.75 

3.50 

4.75 

6.30 6.50 

9.00. 

Covers, pr doz. .25 ,28 

.30 ,33 .35 .40 . 

45 .50 

.65 

.75 

.85 

1,00 

1.15 

1.25 1.50 1.7k 


— % 6086. Ditto, ditto, gold assay, or annealing cups, Battersea. 


No 

A. 

B. 

c. 

D. 

Diameter, 

li 

U 

14 

If in. 

Height 

11 

u 

ij 

2 in. 

Price each. 

.10 

.10 

.10 

.10. 

Covers, per doz. .30 

,30 

.30 

.30. 


6087» Ditto, ditto, French, see Annealing Cups. Each, 15 cts. Dozen, $1.35. 

—O* 6°88- Crucibles, Battersea, round form. This is the assaver’s ornoible, as it 
is of the best material and of the best shape, answering for almost all operations 
better than any other made. 

Nt>. ABCDEFGHI KLMNOPQR 

Height 2| 3 3} 4 4} 5 5| 5J 6$ 7f 8 8J 9J 10 11 12 13 in 

Diameter. 1| 1| 2* 2f 2J 3 3| 3} 4J 4f 5f 5} 6* 7 71 8| 9J “ 

Price prdoz.30 . 35 .40 .45 . 70 .80 1.10 1 20 1.65 1.75 3.00 3.50 4.90 7.25 8.00 9.15 12.00 

Covers, “.30 . 30 . 30 .35 . 45 .55 . 70 .80 .85 1.10 1.20 1.35 1.60 1.90 2.10 2.25 2.70 

Original casks per hundred. 

OABCDEFGHJKLMNOP QB 
1.85 2.25 3.25 3.60 5.75 6.25 8.60 9.00 13.00 13.50 24.00 28.00 39.00 58.00 64.00. 73.00 100.00 


9 

6086 


Note.—Alternate sizes, as A, C, E, G, Ac., and B, D, F, H, Ac., 


form a nest If E and G therefore were ordered they would 
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6087 6084 6085 6089 6088 


% 6089. Ditto, ditto, sand or Hessian, triangular form. 

Threes. 8mall 5s. Centimeters. Large 5s. Triangle 6s. Triangle 8a 1 size. 


No. in nest, 3, 3 3 

Height of largest, 3 4 44 

Width on top, 21 3 3f 

Price per n^st, .06 .06 .08 

— 6090. Bonnd form. 

Small 5s Large 5s. 6s. 
No. in nest, 2 3 4 

Height of largest 4 44 64 

Width on top, 3 3f 44 

Prioe per nest, .04 .08 .if 


5 

0 6 

0 7 0 

7 


54 

6} 

8 in. 



6 

6} •• 

.10 

.15 

.25 

50 cts 

8s, 

Half-size. 

Large sine. 


5 

4 

5 


7 

8f 

10} in. 


54 

6 

7| “ 


.28 

.45 

.75 ots. 



Extra large size. Doable extra large size. 
No. in nest, 6 6 

Height of largest 12} 14 in. 

Width on top, 9 104 “ 

Price per nest, $1.50 3.50 


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— 6091. Crucibles, round form, Hessian sand, shape and size like 6088. 

No. ABCDEFGHIKL MNOP 

Per doz. $0.18 .24, .35. .40, .60, .65, .95, 1.00, 1.45, 1.55, 2.50, 3.20, 4.00, 6.70, 7.40 

No. A BCDEFGHI KLMNOP 
Per 100 $1.65 1.85 2,75 3.00 4.95 5.40 7.25 7.90 11.20 12.00 20.00 25.00 33.00 50.50 55.50 

In Original Casks. 

—6092. Covers, for Hessian sand crucibles. 

Diameter, 2} 3 3} 4 4} 5 5J 6 6} 7 8 9 in. 

Each, .03 .03 ,04 .05 ,06 .07 .08 .10 .10 .12 ,13 .15 eta. 

^ 6093. Crucibles, of Royal Meissen porcelain, with covers, glazed 
throughout. 

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. 

Diameter, 80 70 65 55 45 40 35 30 23 millimeters. 

Capacity, 6 4} 3J 2 1J 1 } J | 1-16 oz. 

Each, .60 .45 .35 . 26 .22 .20 .17 .16 .15 .12ots. 



6092 6093-6094 6096 6099 


^ 6094. Ditto, of best Royal Berlin China, with covers, glazed throughout, 
the best crucibles made. 



000 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

Contents, 

1 

2 

4 dram, i 

1 

14 

4 

8 ounce. 


1 


14 

1| 

2 

24 

3 

3} inches. 


12 

18 

25 

30 

40 

50 

60 

70 cts. 


6095. Crucibles of Royal Berlin, cylindrical form, 1 oz. 25 cts. 2 oz. 50 cts. 

With flat bottom and cover, similar, but taller than nnmber 6082. 

6096. Ditto, ditto, unglazed porcelain, with lip and cover. 

i 1 2 pints. 

.50 . 75 $1 05 

6097. Ditto, of copper, with oover, for regenerating copper oxyde, etc. Shape same as 

No. 6094. 

Capacity, 50 100 250 cc. 

75 cts. $1.00 1.50 

6096. Ditto, of platinum, with cover. See also PUtinum. 

—6099. Ditto, platinum, with perforated bottoms, for carbon determination, s. c. 
Gooch’s platan. Alters, according to weight of platin. and size, 

6099a Ditto, made of Porcelain, capacity 1 oz., each 50 cts. Platina disc, $1.00 extra. 
Other crucibles of Platinum, see Platin. 


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6100. Crucibles, of pure silver, same shape as No. 6094. 

Sizes on hand, 

Capacity, 20 CC. 30 CC. 60 CC. 76 CC. 100 CC 150 CC. 200 CC. 

Price per ounce.$3 00 

6100a.Ditto, of pure wrought nickel. These are very practical for use in Alkali 
solutions where there is danger of ruining a platina crucible. 


Diameter, 

Ji 

IS. 

2, 

2|. 

3J, 

4 inches. 

Capacity, 

20, 

30, 

50, 

75, 

100, 

150 CC. 

Price, 

90.70 

.86 

1.05 

1.20 

1.80 

2.40 


6101. Ditto, of cast iron, with cover. 

i i 1 2 pints. } 1 gallon. 

.75 $1 00 1 50 2 00 3 00 4 50 

% 6102. Ditto, ditto, with clamp, 50 per cent, higher, see also Retorts. 

6103. Ditto, very heavy, of wrought iron, for Belgian lead assay, each_$2 50-3 00 

6104. Ditto, of light wrought iron, with cover same shape as figure 6094. 


No. 


Height. 

Diameter. 

Price. 

1 

1 oz. 

1 in. 

u 

.45 cts. 

2 

1 “ 

H “ 

2* 

.60 44 

3 

2 44 

2 44 

2S 

.75 44 

4 

4 44 

2| •• 

3i 

$1 00 



6102 6117 


6105. Crucible Tongs, of steel, single bent, length, 8 in nickel plated .$0 80 

6106. Ditto, ditto, double bent.length, 8 in. $ 90 


^ 6107. Ditto, ditto, nickel plated, single bent, very light .. “ 9 “ 1 10 

^6108. Ditto, ditto, •* 44 double bent. 44 “ .... “ 9 “ 1 35 

6109. Ditto, ditto, 44 “ single bent. “ 10 44 125 

6110. Ditto, ditto, 44 •• double bent. 44 10 44 1 50 

•^6111. Ditto, ditto, brass, single bent, nickel plated. •* 6 44 .50 

6112. Ditto, ditto, iron, single bent, japanned. 44 10 " .70 

6113. Ditto, ditto, 44 double bent. “ 10 44 .80 

6114. Ditto, ditto, of brass, double bent. “ 7 “ 1 20 

6115. Ditto, ditto, of German silver....1 60 


6116. Ditto, ditto, of pure wrought nickel, (Platina tips, $4.00 extra.). 2 80 

^ 6117. Ditto, of steel, double or single bent, with heavy platinum plates, 
or shoes, nickel plated. Length, 8 in. (Tong German silver, $6 50) . $6 00 

6118. Ditto, ditto, of wrought iron, single bent, for heavy crucibles. Length 15 in.. .90 

6119. Ditto, ditto, of wrought iron, single bent, for heavy crucibles. 

Length, 20 in., $1 00. 21 in., 1 25. 30 in , 1 75 


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6120. Crucible tongs of wrought iron, single bent, for heavy crucibles. Length 27 in 1 50 


6121. Ditto, ditto, double bent ..1 76 

6122. Ditto, ditto, double bent for lifting crucibles vertically.2 00 

6123. Ditto, ditto, “ with elbow .2 60 


6124. Cryophorus .small, 1 00, medium, 1 35, large, $1 76 

Crystal Strainers, of porcelain, see Strainers. 

6126. Cupels, of best washed bone ash, Torrey & Eaton’s superior make, securely 
packed. 

No. 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 

Diameter on top, 1 If If If If If 2 inches. 

To absorb about 10 15 20 25 30 50 75 grammes. 

Price per dozen, .30 .40 .50 .60 .70 .85 1.00 

Cupel Furnaces, (see Furnaces.) 



6190 6121 6122 6126 6128 6129 6131 


3 |£ 6126. Cupel Moulds, steel, improved patterns, best shape, like figure or without rim. 


Diameter, 1 If If 2 inch. 

$1 75 2 00 2 60 3 00 

r-Stt 6127. Ditto, brass, finely finished styles same as above. 

1 If If If 2 inches. 

$2 26 2 50 2 75 3 00 3 75 

% 6128. Ditto, after Plattner, with stomp and stand, for blow-pipe analysis..$1 

6129. Cupel, Ton^s, steel spring ; light weight; with guide. 1 

6130. Ditto, ditto, broad steel, and rounded ends.. . 1 

3£6131. Ditto, Judson’s, of steel.. 3 


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Cups, annealing, see Annealing Capa and Casseroles. 

6132. Ditto, of porons clay, for galvanic batteries, (see Porous Cups).15 to 75 cts 

6133. Cups, Miners, of agateware. 

5 6 in. diameter. 

.45 .00 cts 

^ 6134. Cylinders, glass-footed, of best German make, with ring around the neck. 
Diameter irom 1 to 2 inches. 

Height, 4x1 5x1 5x1} 5x2 6x1 6x1} 6x2 7x1} 8 10 12x1} 12x2 15 16 18 20 in. 

.15 .18 20 . 22 . 25 . 25 . 28 . 28 . 30 . 35 .40* .45 .50 .60 . 70 .80cts. 

If extra wide, 5 to 10 cts. higher. 

If ordered with ground top, we ask 10 cents extra for grinding. 

6135. Ditto, ditto, tall, straight, ring roughed for glass plates, used for observing colors 
of gases, etc., a and b. 

8x4 10x4 12x4 18x2} 20x2} 25x3 12x3 15x3 30x3 30x4 36x4 in. 

.80 $1 00 1 25 1 25 1 75 2 50 .80 1 00 3 50 4 50 6 00 

% 6136. Ditto, on glass foot with lip, 

Height, 5x1 6x1} 7x1} 8x1} 9x1} 10x1} 12x1} 12x2 15x1} 18x1} 20x1} in. 

.15 . 20 . 25 . 28 . 30 .35 .40 .45 .60 . 70 . 80 cts. 

If extra wide, 5 to 10 cents higher. 



6133 6135b 6136 6136a 6137 6138 


6136a.Cylinders, with enlarged top, for Hydrometers and Mercury cistern. 

Height, 14 18 12 1C in. 

Width on bottom, 1} 1} 2 2} in. 

Width on top, 2 2 3 3 in. 

Price, .50 .80 .50 . 80 

—6137. Cylinders, on glass foot, with lip, graduated most exact in cubic centi¬ 
meters; best German make. 

Content®, 5 10 15 25 60 100 200 250 300 500 1000 2000 4000 CC. 

.25 . 30 . 35 . 45 .60 . 80 $1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 60 4 00 C 00 

—^ 6138. Ditto, Graduated, German. Double graduation, so that the divisions can be 
read up or down. 

Contents, 5 10 25 50 75 100 200 250 300 500 1000 2000 4000 CC. 

.30 .35 .50 .65 .75 .95 $1 10 1 35 1 65 1 85 2 75 4 50 7 00 

Cylinders, for add chambers, witli side tube, so-called dripping- 
glasses, 

5 in. 50c. 6 in. 50c. 7 in. 60c. 10 in. 75c. 12 in. $1.00 


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—^ 6139. Cylinders, on glass foot, with well ground stoppers, graduated most 
accurately into cubic centimeters, as above. 


Contents, 10 25 

50 

100 200 

250 

300 

500 

1000 CC. 

.45 .65 

.75 

$1 00 1 25 

1 50 

1 75 

2 00 

3 00 

6140. Ditto, graduated 

and 

stoppered, German. Double graduation, so that the 

divisions may be read np or down. 





Contents, 50 

100 

200 250 

300 

500 

1000 

2000 4000 CC. 

.80 $1 00 

1 35 1 60 

1 85 

2 20 

3 50 

5 00 8 00 


— 6141. Ditto., on glass foot, with lip. 

100 500 1000 5000 grains. 

.30 .50 . 75 $1 00 

— 6142. Ditto, in ounces and fractions. 

1 2 4 8 16 32 ounces. 

.50 .70 $1 00 1 50 2 00 3 00 

6143. Ditto, graduated in cubic inches to order. 10 cubic inches, $1 25. 

6144. Ditto, for Nessler’s ammonia test, made of clear glass, with polished 
bottoms. Graduated 50 CC., 50 cts., 100 CC., 60 cts., in 50 and 100 CC., 75 cts., 

50, 100 and 150 CC., $1 00 each, selected in sets of 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12 to agree. 



Qfc 6146. Decanting Jars, of acid proof stone ware. 

Capacity, 2} 5 7} 10 gallons. 

Price, $1 25 2 20 3 25 4 35 each. 

^6147. Decanting Jars, of poroelain, with tubnlatures and knobbed handles, for washing 
precipitates, etc. 

Contents, 8 12 20 25 lbs. 

$3 50 4 00 6 00 7 25 

% 6148. Decomposition Apparatus, (see Apparatus, Hofmann’s, for water decompo¬ 
sition. 

Deflagration Globes, of glass. 

Diameter, 9 12 15 inches. 

$1 00 1 30 2 10 

If ordered with stand and cnp, 75 cents extra. 

Deflagration Spoons, (see CombustioD Spoons.) 


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DESICCATORS. 


6149. Desiccating Apparatus, acid dish on glass plate, ground air-tight to a bell 
jar. Diameter of acid dish, 4 4} 5J 6 inches. 

Bell jar diameter, 7 8 9 10 “ 

Glass plate, 8 9 10 12 “ square. 

$3 25 3 50 3 75 4 25 

Vfc 6150. Ditto, ditto, small, of Bohemian glass, to weigh hygroscopic substances, protected 


from moisture..$1 25 

6151. Desiccators of glass, usual form, but of entirely superior make, very 
substantial, plate ground air-tight, diameter inside, 4 inch, each.65 ets 


6152. Ditto, ditto, Scheibler's, of similar shape as the preceding, but with broad, finely- 
ground rim at the top, about 6 inches diameter inside and provided with a por¬ 
celain support to receive one or more crucibles, etc. Prioe, complete.$2 60 

6152a. Ditto, without porcelain support.... 1 25 




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6154 


6155 6157 


^ 6153. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with flat top, Bohemian glass— .2 00 

$6 6154. Ditto, ditto, ditto, two jars ground together, with round top.... 1 75 

^ 6155. Ditto, Professor Atwater’s. A very excellent style.. .. Bohemian, 2 00 

o* 6156. Ditto, new style, with glass plate, tripod, side neck and glass stop-cook (or brass 

stop cock) for exhausting with air pump...$2 00 

6157. Desiccating Disc, Fresenius 9 , a circular iron plate, 8 inches in diameter and 
1} inches in thickness. The plate has six smooth cylindrical cavities, 2} inches in 
diameter around the margin. These cavities are fitted with brass pans provided 
with handles. A central rod affords support to the thermometer. Very useful 

for agricultural and technical analysis. Without gas burner..$10 00 

Desiccating Ovens, (see Drying Ovens.) 

Other desiccators, sec Drying Apparatns, 


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6160. Desiccating Tubes, Schrotter’s. 1 25 

Desiccating Tubes, see Chloride Calcium Tubes, Drying Apparatus, and Drying 


Tubes. 

Desiccating Pans, see Acid Dishes. 

6161. Dialyser, with jar, low or high shape, a or b. 

Capacity of outside jar about, } 1 1} 2 3 gals. 

$1 25 1 50 2 50 3 50 5 00 

6161c. Diamonds, in ebony handles, for writing on glass, from. $3 00, 4 00, 5 00 

Jfc 6162. Ditto, in ebony and metal handle, for cutting glass, from. 4 00, 5 00, 6 00 

6163. Diamonds raw or splinters..1 00 to 5 00- 



6162 



6160 6161b 6168 6169 


% 6164. Diamond Mortars, of steel, Plattner’s usual form, of superior make, pestle made 


of three kinds of steel, each.$4 00 

6165. Ditto, ditto, large size, giving excellent satisfaction, each. 6 00 

% 6166. Ditto, ditto, Leeds form, mortar and anvil combined.2 00 

Digesting bottles, see bottles, compressing. 

6167. Digesting flasks, Kjeldahls, of hard glass, pear shape. 

Capacity, 250 CC. each, 50 


% 6168. Digestion Flasks, for bacterioscopical investigation of Bohemian glass. 
Capacity, 300 CC. 500 CC. 

.30 .40 each. 

0% 6169. Dippers, of agate ware, with wood handle. 

4J 5} 6 6} in. 

.60 . 70 . 80 .95 


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DISHE& 


All our Dishes are the first selection only, a second quality is not kept in stock. 


6170. Dishes, crystalizing, single, of best Bohemian glass, straight walls, fiat bottoms. 
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

Diameter, 2$ 2$ 3 3$ 4 4j 5 5} 6} 7$ 8$ 9} 10$ 16 18 in. 

Price, .12 .15 . 20 .25 . 30 . 35 . 40 .45 .50 .65 . 75 $1 00 1 75 4 50 8 00 


6171. Ditto, ditto, per nest of 6—2 to 8 .$1 50 

“ “ 9—1 to 9. 1 85 

“ “ 3—10 to 12.2 25 


^ 6172. Ditto, ditto, of porcelain, glazed inside, flat bottoms and straight walls, with lip. 
Diameter, 6$ 8$ 10 12$ 14 16 in. 

Each, .60 . 80 $1 20 2 00 3 00 4 00 


6173. Dishes, evaporating, of best Royal Meissen porcelain, flat bottom. 


No. 

000 


00 

0 

1 

2 3 

4 

5 

Diameter, 

18 


15 

13$ 

12 

11 10 

9 

8 in. 

Contents, 

O 2 

O 

H 

1* 

1 

$ gal. 3 

2 

l$pts. 

Each, 

$6 00 


5 00 

3 65 

2 65 

2 00 1 75 

1 40 

1 00 

No. 

6 

7 


8 

9 

10 


11 

Diameter, 

6$ 

5$ 


5 

4 

3i 


2$ in. 

Contents, 

1 

$ pints. 

6 

4 

2 


1 oz. 

Each, 

.75 

.50 


.40 

.30 

.20 


.15 cts. 




6173-6174 



6175 


¥6 6174. Ditto, ditto, of best Royal Berlin China, glazed inside and outside, 
with lip. No. 000-5 round bottom, larger sizes, flat bottom. The best dish made. 


No. 

000 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Diameter, 

1 

2* 

3 

31 

3$ 

3| 

4 

4} 

6 

Contents, 

h 

1* 

2 

3 

4 

6 

8 

10 

14 


.10 

.15 

.20 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.45 

.55 

.75 

No 


8 

9 


10 

11 



12 

Diameter, 


8} 

10$ 


12J 

14 


O 

16$ in. 

Contents, 


3 pts. 

i gal. 


7 pts. 

4 



2 gal. 



$1 20 

1 75 


2 75 

3 65 



6 00 


7 

7 in. 
24 oz. 
.90cts. 


¥£ 6175. Dishes, evaporating, best German porcelain, glazed inside, with heavy 
ring, deep form. 

No. 000 00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 

Diameter, 24 16 14 12 11 10 9 8 7 6$ 6 5$ 5 4$ 4 3$ 3 2$ in. 

Contents, 6 3 2 1 gals. 3 2 lj 1 qt. 24 20 16 12 8 6 5 4 3 2oz. 

- $10.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 l.CO 1.30.00 .80 .75 .55 .45 .40.35.30.28 .25 .20 .15 


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^ 6176. Dishes of porcelain, shallow form. 


No. 

00000 

0000 

000 

00 

0 

1 2 

3 

4 5 

Diameter, 

2 


2 * 

3 

3* 

4 

5} 6* 

7| 

9 10} in. 

Capacity, 

i 


4 

2 

3 

4 

7 17 

27 

42 54 oz. 

Price, 

.12 


.15 

.20 

.25 

.30 

.35 .45 

.55 

.70 .85 cts. 

No. 

6 

7 

8 

9 


10 

11 


12 

Diameter, 

1 H 

124 

12 } 

13* 


14* 

16 


18 in. 

Capacity, 

68 

84 

114 

146 


178 

234 


340 oz. 

Price, 

$1 Ofr 

1 25 

1 50 

2 00 


2 50 

3 00 

— 

4 00 


Dishes, of porcelain, nested, deep form. 

^ 6178. Ditto, ditto, in nests, 9, from 1 oz. to 12 oz.$2 50 

6179. Ditto, ditto, 4< 6, from 1 oz. to 8 oz. 1 50 

6180. Ditto, ditto, shallow, in nests of 6. 1 10 

6181. Ditto, evaporating, of acid proof stone-ware. German make. 


Diameter, 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

14 

16 

18 

20 in. 

Capacity, 

i 

i 

i i 

4 

2 

3 

4 

6 gals. 

Price, 

.30 

.45 

.60 

.80 

.95 

$1 35 

1 85 

2 50 

3 50 each. 

Diameter, 


22 

25 

28 

32 

36 

40 in. 

Capacity, 


8 

11 

16 

19 

25 

40 gal. 

Price, 

$4 75 

5 50 

7 50 

9 25 

13 50 

20 00 each. 



6181 6182 


£ 6182. Ditto, ditto, of iron, porcelain lined, so-called agate ware. 

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

Diameter, 5 8 9 12 16 18 20 22 24 26 27 28 in. 

Contents, } } * 1 234 5 67 8 9 gaL 

Price, .50 . 75 $1 00 1 65 3 00 4 00 5 75 8 50 11 00 15 00 20 00 27 00 

6182a. Ditto, White enameled deep shape, like 6175, acid proof ; very superior 
make, same price as 6175. Sizes from 5^ to 16 inches. 

% 6183. Ditto, ditto, shallow, with pointed lips ; small dishes ; 4 in nest; for microscopic 


work, etc.$1 00 

6184. Ditto, ditto, with straight walls and lips, per nest of 4. 1 10 

6185. Ditto, ditto, per nests of 7. 2 00 

^ 6186. Dishes, evaporating, of glass, with lip, best Bohemian, in nests of G t 

No. 1 to 6.$1 10. Nests of 9, No. 1 to 9 .$2 00 

6187. Ditto, ditto, nest of 3, the 3 medium sizes, Nos. 4, 5 and 6.85 


6188. Ditto, single, No. 0123456789 

Diameter, 1} 2} 3* 3} 4} 54 5J 6 6J 7 in. 

Price, .15 .18 .20 .25 .30 .35 .40 .45 .50 .60 


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6189. Dishes, porcelain, set of 3 for blow-piping, Meissen poroelain, per set..... 25 cts. 

6190. Ditto, for eyaporating, of poroelain, with wooden handle, } pint, pint, qnart 

.75 $1 00 1 50 

6191. Ditto, of very thin glass, for fat analysis, (Hofmeister's Schklohen) to be crushed 

with contents in the mortar. Dozen.$1 25 

6192. Dishes, evaporating, of pure wrought nickel, with lip. 

j 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 centimeters. 

Diameter, j If 2 2§ 2} 3f 3J 4 4} 6 inches. 

Price, .45 .55 . 65 .85 1.10 1.25 1.40 ,2.00 2.45 

— 6193. Ditto, evaporating, of platinum, with lip, best Paris make, according t# 

weight For shape and size, (see Platinum.) 

— 6194. Ditto, ditto, of pure silver, according to weight, on hand are, lft, 2, 2J, 

3, 3}, 4, 5,6 in., per oz,.$3 00 

Same shape as those made of platinum. . 



6190 



6198 


6195. Ditto, of German silver, for sugar analysis. 


а, small, without lip, in sets of 3, with tare weight. 3 25 

б, large dish, with large lip and tare.3 50 


6196. Ditto, made of lead, for etching on glass, with hydrofluoric acid. 

Diameter, 2 2} 3 4 5 6 in. 

.25 .30 .40 .45 .50 . 60 cts. 

6197. Ditto, for roasting, (see roasting Dishes.) 


6198. Displacement Apparatus, Guibourg’s, a funnel with glass stop-cock fitting 
into a separatory bottle, with ground glass stop-oock at the bottom. 

1 pint, 1 quart, } gal 1 gal. 

$5 00 6 00 7 00 10 00 

6198a. The upper glass part alone 200 2 75 500 600 

Distilling Flasks, (see Flasks for Fractional Distillation. Other Distilling Appa¬ 
ratus, (see Apparatus.) 


6199. Distilling Apparatus, according to Thorn .$3 00 each. 

6200. Distilling Vessels, of heavy copper, with tubulated cover, fastened with screw 

clamps, easy accessable for cleaning out Capacity, 2 5 quarts, 


$15 00 20 00 each. 

If brazed for tar distillation, $10 00 additional. 


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^ 6201. Doebereiner’s Hydrogen Lamp, very neat, glass jar, with brass-top^ 

platina sponge included, each.$3 50 

6202. Ditto, ditto, in fancy jar. 5 00 Extra Zincs,... ..25 eta. 

^ 6203. Droppers 9 of glass, with rubber bulb.Each, 5 cts. Dot 50 cts. 

6204. Dropping Glass, Shuster's, best make, stoppered, each.25 ots. 

6206. Ditto, ditto, without stopper. . ...20 cts. 

Other Dropping Bottles (see Acid Bottles and Pipettes.) 

6206. Dropping Flask, Sallerones, very practical.25 ots 

Drippiug Glasses, for sugar tests, see Cylinders, 5x2 in. or 6x2 in. 

3 |£ 6207. Dropping Glasses, according to Banvier, with ground in pipette. 

Capacity, * 1 2 oz. 

Price, .30 35 .40 cents eaoh. 

See also No. 8655. 

6204 6206 6207 

6210 I I ■ 


6201 6203 6208 

6208. Drying Apparatus, according to Habermann and Zulkowsky, for primary 

desiccation of substances for organic analysis in vacuum, by aid of a water air- 
pump and a water—, amyL alcohol—, or an aniline vapor-bath (Fresen. Zeitschr. 

1881, p. 265). The glass parts only.$3 00 

The support with clamp and ring....3 00 

Or the complete apparatus with plain filter pump and extra support, etc... 9 50 

6209. Drying Apparatus, according to Scheibler, for drying and evaporating in vacuum 

at a constant temperature and with a constant level in the steam boiler (Fresen. 
Zeitschr, 1879, p. 678.) The oomplete apparatus with a drying cylinder 14 inch 
highx4} inch diameter, provided with an etagere inside with 6 perforated 


shelves, with supports and a water air-pump. $88 00 

6209a. The apparatus without the air-pump and support. 65 00 


^ 6210. Drying Apparatus, according to Bennert, as accepted for use at the Bonn labora¬ 
tory; the whole of glass; the 4 drying jars are fastened to a base board...$12 00 
6211. Ditto, ditto, tubes not fused in, with U Tube in centre and rubber stoppers, on 
wooden support. .$9 00 






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Jfc 6211a. Drying Apparatus, according to Liebig and Mitcherlich, with oil bath, tripod, 

air-pump, etc., complete.$25 00 

* 6212. Drying, absorbing and washing bottle for liquids and solids, Greiner 
and Friedrichs, so arranged as to pass and repass gases, etc., through the 
bottle without changing connections allowing perfect absorption. 

6213. Drying Oven, for poison analysis, made of porcelain .$3 00 

% 6214. Drying Bath, of tin. with double walls, to be filled with water, with two open¬ 
ings for thermometer, etc. Size, 6x8 inches, each. .$2 60 

6215. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of copper, with double walls and two openings for 
thermometer, etc., made in the most substantial manner. 

Size, 6x8 8x10 10x12 in. 

$7 60 10 00 13 00 



6211a 


6216. Ditto, ditto, resting on 4 legs, and with extra iron bottom, which can be taken out- 

.$1 00 higher. 

6217. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer.$1 00 extra. 

6218. Ditto, ditto, new style, with Prof. Kekule’s water regulator; otherwise 

same as above. The whole resting upon four movable feet 
Size, 6x8 8x10 10x12 in. 

$10 00 12 00 15 00 

6219. Ditto, ditto, with regulator and water-bath on top. 

• Size, 6x8 8x10 10x12 in. 

$12 00 14 00 18 00 


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6220. Drying Bath, with thermometer...$1 00 extra. 

Other Drying Baths, see Water-bath. 

6221. Drying Oven, for larger,laboratories, of copper, well-tinned, with 4 chambers and 

glass windows, steam in and outlet stop-cocks and 5 sets of rings on top for 

water-bath evaporations, with rings to be fastened against the wall.$100 00 

Ditto, if provided with support and legs.$26 00 extra. 


6222. Above apparatus if made of leadened sheet iron.20 % less than in copper. 

Larger sizes up to 24 chambers, to order. See also under apparatus for general 
laboratory work. 

6223. Drying 1 Cylinder, after Professor Silliman. .60 cts. 

6224. Ditto, ditto, according to A. H. Elliot. SO ots. 

Other Drying Jars, see Chloride Calcium Jars. 


6225. Drying Oven, Fresenius 9 , of copper, very substantial, of improved 
style, a square copper box, with double bottom, one of which is of iron, and can 
be replaced if burned through, so that the copper box will last forever. The 
four legs can be taken out and the box heated on a stove. 

Size, 6x8 8x10 10x12 in. 

$5 00 7 00 10 00 





6226. Ditto, ditto, of copper, same as above, with arrangement to hang against the 

wall; with 3 legs, of which one is stationary, and used as sliding rod for fork 
and burner. Size, 6x8 8x10 in. 

$7 00 10 00. See figure 6021. 

6227. Ditto, ditto, School of Mines pattern, of copper, 12x10x10 inches, 

enclosed in sheet-iron box, with heating coil; the best labor¬ 
atory hot air drying oven ..$30 00. 

6228. Ditto, ditto, after Rammelsberg, of heavy copper.small, $3 00, large, 4 00 

% 6229. Ditto, ditto, double wall, with two shelves, E. A A.’s. Being made without seam 
and without solder, it is a practical drying oven. Being very heavy in copper 
and without seams; it may be used as hot-air, water, oil, or paraffin bath equally 
well. Size, 8x8 inches. Price. ... $8 00 


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6230. Drying Tube, for gases, according to Winkler, with pl&tina wire, filled with beads. 

Price.$1 00 

3|£ 6231. Ditto, ditto, according to Schmitz, for elementary organic analysis ; about 8 inches 

high ..$2 00 each. 

6232. Drying Tubes, according to Babo, filled with glass beads, straight, with 2 bulbs, 

and 9J inches long...75 cts. each. 

Ditto, ditto, the same, but 20 inches long.$1 50 each. 

^ 6233. Drying 1 or Washing Arrangement, for gases, see Winklers Gas Analysis. 
Price, 60 ots. Bottle, tube and stopper, 40 cts. extra. 

6234. Ditto, ditto, with stop-cook..$1 55 

Other Drying Tubes, (see also Chloride Calcium and Desicoating Tubes.) 
Drying Bath Regulator, Bunsen's, etc., (see Gas Regulator.) 



6231 


6239 


6233 


06235. Dynamo Electrical Machines, Weston's, procured at; a, for light, 28x13 


inches, 4,000 candle power or Edison’s 3-horse power.$300 00 

6, for plating, 10x14 in., J-horse power . 150 00 

O 6236. Dynamo Electric Machine ; Siemen's, specially constructed for use by educational 
institutions, is worked by hand power, and answers for all illustrations per¬ 
formed by the lecturer. $175 00 

O 6237. Dynamo, Edison’s, mounted on table with 2-12 candle lamps. 100 00 

O 6238. Ditto, ditto, smaller, specially intended for physiological purposes. 60 00 

% 6239. Edulcorating Apparatus, according to Berzelius, with support, bottle, tube, 
funnel and receiver, complete .. .$2 00 

6240. The bottle with tube alone. .50 ots. 

Electric Battery, (see Batteries.) 

6241. Elastic Bands. 

1-16 inch wide, 1 lj If 2 3 3| in length. 5 in. 

i 1 If If 2 2} 3 3J “ 0 “ 

l " 0 1| 0 2 2J 3 3J 0 “ 

J “ 0 0 0 2 2i 3 3| 0 «• 

} “ 0 0 0 2 2J 3 3J “ 5 “ 


Small rings, 1 inch bore, oz. 40 cts. Put up in 1, £ and 1 pound boxes. 


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6242. Electrical Machines, Toepler-Holtz, self-charging, with the 

latest improvements, giving a spark 5 inches, complete 10} in. plates. 
Price plain, $30 00 .Rubber supports, $25 00 

6243. Ditto, ditto, doable maohine, two revolving plates 1*2} inches, hard rubber fittings. 

Price..$80 00 



6242 

% 6244. Electrical Machine, new Toepler-Holtz, with four revolving plates, 36 centi¬ 
meters = 14} inches in diameter, mounted on mahogany base, with central ma¬ 
hogany pillar, all elegantly polished. This instrument is of superior workman¬ 
ship, and the results which can be obtained with it are very fine.$125 00 

Larger sizes imported to order. 

Elutriating Apparatus, see Displacement Apparatus, and Apparatus for Soil 
Extraction. 

6245. Electrolytic Apparatus, according to A. Classen, as illustrated in his work 
“ Quantitative Analyse, auf electrolyt, Wege,” 1882. 


— 6246. Platin. Electrodes, per gramme.50 cts. 

6247. Support, with clamp or ring. $3 50 . 


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6248. Electrolytic Apparatus, for the determination of oopper, (as described by the 

field Mining and Smelting Directory in Fresen. Zeitschr, XL, 1872) per grm. 62c. 
—6249. Platinum Cone, $ in.x2} inch wide at its base, with platin. spiral, weighing alto¬ 
gether from about 50 to 60 grammes, lighter ones, 30 to 40 I . 

grms., according to weight Price, per grm... .50 cts. I I 

6250. Support for, ditto, with double clamp. $400 I I 




6256 



6249a 



6249b 


6251. Electro Plating Outfits. 
For Nickel. 1 

No. 1 . Amatzub. 


1 Battery. 

1 6-Quart Jar for solution. 

Pure Nickel Salts. 

11 “ Auodes . 

Wire and Connections. 

Polishing material 
Full instructions and a copy of 
Watts’ Electro Metallurgy.... 


Complete, 
$20 00 


No. 2. 20 -Gali* Outfit. 

1 Battery.■ 

1 Square Wood Tank..!. 

3 Anodes, abont 70 sq. inches, 

Bods and Connections. Complete, 

20 Galls. Solution, in Carboy or $60 00 

Salts. 

Full instructions and a copy of 
Watts* Electro Metallurgy .... j 


For Silver. 


2 No. 1 Smee Batteries. 

1 Extra Glass Cup. 

2 Rods 18 inches long and con¬ 
nections . 

2 Conducting Wires, 10 feet 

each. 

1 Glass Funnel, 1 Glass Rod.. 

J lb. Quicksilver. 

1 qt. 8ilver Solution. 

1 Silver Anode .. 

Graduate Glass. 

Wire. 

3 Brushes. 

3 Burnishers. 

Pumice, Whiting, Rouge, Crocus 
Book ot Instructions. 


Com¬ 
plete, 
$30 00 


Jeweler’s Outfit for Gold and Silver Plating. In this set is included 
all that is necessary for a jeweler or watch repairer to start business with. It 
comprises all the Batteries, Solutions, Chemicals and Apparatus that are required 
with instructions, viz : 


2 Two-quart Smee Batteries, 

2 Two-quart Solution Dishes, 

1 Stand with Pan, 

1 Pint Cyanide Silver, with bottle, 

} Pound Cyanide Potassa, with bottle, 

1 Test Bottle Nitric Acid, with ground 
stopper, 

J Pound Mercury and bottle, 

I Ounce Silver Plate and Wire, 
l Copper Plate and Wire, 

4 Pennyweights Gold Plate and Wire, 

1 Scratch Brush, 

1 Lamp, 

1 Soft Brush for cleaning work, 


1 Box Ground Pumice Stone, 

1 Box Whiting, 

2 Connecting Cups, 

1 Graduate Glass, 

2 Glass Rods, for Stirring Solution, 
1 Hand Brush, 

1 Burnisher, 

1 Bottle of Crocus, 

2 Pieces of Chamois Leather, 

1 Bottle of Rouge, 

1 Bottle of Gold Solution, 

1 Blow-pipe. 

1 Box and Thermometer, 

1 Two-quart Bottle Silver Solution. 


Complete, 
$45 00 


6253. Emery Paper, for cleaning metal parts, etc., per sheet. 

. ^254. Emery Cloth, sheet. 

y* 6255. Emulsion Machine, for cod liver oil emulsions. 

2} 4 7 101 15 gaL 

$300 360 425 4 80 540 

si, AOKC w _ Larger sizes to order. 

* k^Jn ^ umace > a tripod with clay chimney. 

With burner and triangle, complete...........7. 


.5 cts. 
10 cts. 


60 cts. 
$1 30 


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^ 6267. Erdmann's Float.25 cts. 

% 6258. Ditto, ditto, new style. .50 ots. 

Ether Bottle* German. See Bottles, glass stoppered‘With cap. 

8259. Ether Jet or Eolipile* .25 ots. 

8260. Ether Pipette* Ettling’s.75 ots. 

6261. Extraction Apparatus* Thom's, for quantitatiYe work, (see Fresenins Zeit- 

schrift ftir analytische Chemie.) 

Small...$2 00. Large.$2 60 

— 6262. Ditto, ditto, Soxhlet’s, for milk. 

Small. 1 50. Medium .2 00. Large.3 00 

—% 6263. Ditto, ditto, Soxhlet’s, with flask and condenser. 

Small .2 50. Medium.3 00. Large. 4 00 



6260 6261 6265a 6263 6265 

— 6264. Extraction Apparatus, after Mohr. 

Small.75 cts. Medium.1 00. * Large. 1 50 

6265. Ditto, ditto, with condensing coil and flask. 

Small.1 50. Medium.2 00. Large. 3 00 

6265a. Ditto, ditto, 6 in. frame, with water-bath of copper.45 00 

— 6266. Ditto, ditto, for ether extractions, etc., a modification of Soxhleth's and Mohr's 

complete with condenser and flask Knoffler's form. 

Small.2 00. Medium.2 75. Large.$4 00 

— 6267. Ditto, Ditto, according to Waller, a modification of 8 oxhlet’s. 1 20 

— 6267a. Ditto, ditto, with condenser . 1 95 


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6268. Extraction Apparatus, with mercury-sealed joints, after Schwarz. 

100 260 600 1000 CC. 

2 00 2 75 8 25 8 60 

3 |£ 6269. Ditto, ditto, Drozd's, for reperoolation. 4 00 

6270. Ditto, ditto, of tin, according to Mohr, for extractions with Ether. 

Capacity, } gallon . 7 50 

6271. Ditto, ditto, Thom's modification, made in all sizes of copper and tin, to order up 

to 25 gaL capacity. 

6272. Ditto, ditto, E. A A.’a, entirely of glass, for rapid extractions with limited quanti¬ 

ties of ether or alcohol The apparatus is expressly constructed for the analy- 
zation of Cinchona Bark, but will answer for any other bark, root, or herb ex¬ 
haustion. It will do a two days work in two hours. Being 
provided with a three-way stop-cock, tests can be made 
without taking it apart Quart size complete with sup- 

port.$15 00 f W 

The glass parts alone. 10 00 

Pint size. 12 00 ^T | 

The glass parts alone. 8 00 

See also Displacement Apparatus. \ 

% 6273. Ditto, ditto, according to Gavalowsky.$3 50 each. 



% 6274. Ditto, ditto, for the determination of fats, according to Kreussler, with inside con¬ 
denser and with 3 receiving flasks, per set. .* . ..$3 60 

% 6275. Ditto, ditto, according to Kuehne, with a lateral tube sealed to the displacer, to 
connect with the receiver. 

Small.1 75. Large ...... .$2 75 

6276. Ditto, ditto, according to Scheibler. 2 75 


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6276a. Eudiometer 9 Bunsen’s, with platina wires, 50 CC. in 1-5, 100 CC. in J... .$2 00 


Ditto, 

• 4 

44 

" 100 CC. inj. 

... 2 50 

Ditto, 

44 

* 4 

“ 100 CC. inl-5. 

.. 2 75 

62766. Ditto, 

44 

300 
$2 50 

44 

500 

3 00 

“ graduated in millimeters. 

700 800 

3 50 4 00 



6276c.Ditto, Mitcherlich’s, new style, light, with stop-cook at bottom. 

50 CC. in 1-5 . 3 00 100 CC. in 1-5.$3 50 

The extra heavy form, $3 00 extra. 

6276d Ditto, Ure’s, straight, graduated into cubic centimeters or cubic inches.$2 00 

# 6277. Ditto, ditto, U shape, “ «• “ 11 .2 50 

Other Eudiometers, see Gas measuring Tubes. Eudiometers, Hofmann's, (see 
Apparatus, Hofmann's), 

Evolution FlaskSy (see Flasks.) Exsiccators, (see Desiccators.) Felt 
Filtering Bags, (see Filters.) 

6278. Evaporators, of improved form for the quantitative laboratory, especially the 
steel laboratory, obviating the corrosive action of escaping steam, boiling 
quickly without direct contact of flame in sections for six dishes, per sec¬ 
tion. $25 00 

6278a. Evaporators, rows of Bunsen’s burners mounted each with separate 
stop, tripod and 2} in. sand bath so accurately adjusted that the iron will not 
bake upon the sides of the beakers, series of 6.$12 00 

Series of 12 . 20 00 

— 6280. Figures, steel, for marking bullion. 

1-16 * 3-16 J 5-16 { 7-16 } inch. 

$1 00 1 05 1 65 1 80 2 05 2 25 2 85 3 60 ppr set. 

6281. Files, round, best, so-called rat-tails with fine point for perforating corks, etc. 


3 4 5 6 7 

.12 . 20 .25 . 30 . 35 

6282. Ditto, triangular, for cutting glass, best Stubbs. 

3 4 5 6 

.18 . 20 25 .35 

8 in. 

.40 cts. 

8 in. 

.45 cts. 

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6276a 



i ♦ T- f j+f y 

Mr 

u 

5276c 

6285 

6277 


6283. File Handles, each. .from 5 to 10 cts. 

filter Case, see case for Filters. 

6284. Filter Pattern. 8 et of 4—3, 4, 5, 6 inches.15 cts. 

8 etof 5—2J, 3, 4, 5, 6 inches.19 cts. 


6285. filter Drying Bath, of porcelain, for drying precipitates on the Alter.. .$1 50 


FILTERING PAPER. 


We are exclusive Agents for the United States for the celebrated Filter Papera 
manufactured by Schleicher A Schuell, Dueren, Rh. Pr., so long and 
favorably known to the trade, and keep the following kinds and sizes comrtantly 
on hand. We claim that we have the best Filtering Papers made, and draw 
special attention to quality and prices. 

(a) for Qualitative Work . 

We have for years been selling an excellent quality of white E. & A. German Filter 
Paper, in sheets 19x19 in , which is unsurpassed for tenacity, clear, 
rapid filtering, and cheapness. It is very extensively used for qualita¬ 
tive and pharmaceutical work as well as for general manufacturing purposes 
and gives best satisfactirn. As there are no cheap round Alters of uniform and 


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good quality in the market, we made arrangements to have the above paper 
pat np, ready cat, in packages of 100 filters each, in two grades, (white and 
grey) which we offer as follows : 


Diameter, 

7 

10 

13 

15 

19 

25 

33 

40 


45 50 cm. 


3 

4 

5 

6 

7* 

10 

13 

16 


18 20 in. 

6286. White, 

$0.08 

.13 

.16 

.18 

.22 

.28 

.48 

.52 


.65 .80 ) per 100 

— 6287. Grey, 




.16 

.19 

.25 

.35 

.46 


.52 .62 ] filters. 

— 6288. White in sheets, 19x19 inches. 

per bale of 10 reams. 



.$50 00 


$5 1 

i5 per 

ream. 


35 cts. 

per quire. 




Filter Papers, 

Schleicher & Schuells, 

Ready cut in round disks* 

Diameter, 

5J 

7 

9 

11 

12 * 

IS 

i 18} 


24 

32 38} in. 


2 J 

2 | 

3* 

** 

5 

6 

7* 


9 * 

12} 15 in. 

—* 6289. No. 595, 

.12 

.15 

.20 

.23 

.25 

.30 

.40 


60 

$1 00 1 25 

- 6290. No. 597, 

.15 

.20 

.25 

.30 

.35 

.40 

55 

. 

75 

1 15 1 50 


Price per package of 100 filters. 

To fill a long needed want we introduce herewith folded filters of excellent quality 
—the strength of this paper and the peculiar folding will pre¬ 
vent the constant and annoying tearing of the points. It is entirely free 
of chlorine, always ready for use, time-saving and not expensive, and put np 
very conveniently in neat boxes. 

— 6291. S. & S., folded filters. No. 588. 


Diameter, 

12 } 

18* 

24 

32 

38} 

50 ctm. 

Inches, 

5 

7* 

n 

12 } 

15 

19$ in. 

Price per pack, 

.30 

.43 

.60 

$1 00 

1 30 

2 00 



6286 6280 


— 6292. The 3 largest sizes of these filters will also be furnished with perga- 

mentized points, so as not to break even under considerable pressure, at an 
additional expense of 25 %. 

S. & 8. In sheets, each bearing Manufacturer’s water mark. 

— 6293. No. 595. Size 19x21 in., a good light Filter paper. Price per ream.$10 00 

— 6294. No. 597. Size 23x23 in., much heavier than the foregoing for rapid and clear ni¬ 

trations. Prioe per ream.18 00. Quire.$1 00 

— 6295, No. 598. Size 23x23 in., extra heavy. 

Price per ream.30 00. Quire. 1 75 

6296. Filtering Paper, white, French, genuine Prat-Dumas, size, 17x22 in. 

Ream. $5 00. Quire.30 cts. 

— 6297. Ditto, ditto, grey. Ream. 4 00. Quire.25 cts. 

— 6298. Ditto, ditto, white, common, so-called biblious paper. 

Ream. $185. Quire..15 eta 


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(6) for Quantitative Work. 

6299. Filter paper, gennine Swedish, No. 1. Munktel’s best quality ; every sheet se¬ 

lected, giving least ashes of any paper 
made; size, 17x21 in. 

Quire.1 50. Ream.$29 00 

6300. Ditto, ditto, genuine Swedish, No. 2, size, 

17x21 in. 

Quire .1 25 Ream. 23 00 

Schleicher & Schuell’s Washed Filters. 

At the suggestion of eminent Chemists, 

Messrs. Schleicher & Schuell have manu¬ 
factured a line of round cut filters washed 
in hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acid, 
designated C. S. & S. 589 and No. 

590. They have been very favorably 
received by all Chemists for quantitative 
analysis, as they filter rapidly, retain the 
finest precipitates (Uran phosphate, Lime 
oxalate, etc.) and leave only the smallest 
traces of ashes. 




6306 


6308 


6307 


After incineration the residue of these filters weighs. 

Diameter, 5} 7 9 11 12} 15 ctm. 

6301. No. 589. 0,00004 0,00007 0,00011 0,00017 0,00021 0,00025 

6301a. No. 590. 0,00003 0,00005 0,00008 0,00013 0,00016 0,00019 

or } resp. 1-5 of a milligramme for a filter 6 in. in diameter. 

The weight of ashes of the smaller filters is so insignificant that it need not be consi¬ 
dered at all—a great and obvious advantage where exact and rapid work is required. 
We offer these filters in packages of 100. 

Diameter, 6} 7 9 11 12} 15 ctm. 

6302. No. 589. .60 .70 .90 $1 10 1 35 1 60 { per package 

6302a.No. 590. .75 .80 $1 25 1 46 1 65 2 00 f of 100 filters. 

Usual Discount to the trade, and for large lots on all these 
papers. 

6303. Ditto, ditto, Chinese Rice Paper, very substantial and quick filtering, size, 18x28 

inches. Ream.$12 00 Quire. 75 

6304. Ditto, ditto, Japanese, for photographers, to filter emulsions, collodion, etc. A 

very strong paper, which can be used over again. Size, 11x15. 

Ream .$3 60 Quire. . .. $0 25 

6305. Filter Hooks, of glass. For 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 in. funnels. 

Per Dozen, $0.60 .70 .80 .90 1 00 


O* 6306. Filters, of white piano felt, s. c., filtering bags. 
No. 1 2 3 4 5 

Measure across the top, 9 10 11 12 15 

Capacity, } 1 1} 2 3 

Price, .60 .70 .90 1 20 


6 7 

17 19 

4 5 

140 165 


8 

20 

6 

185 


9 

22 

8 

250 


10 

25 in. 
10 gals. 
$3 25 


% 6307. Filtering Apparatus, Bunsen’s, for quick nitrations; with brass stop-cock, 
18 feet rubber tubing, and 2 large rubber stoppers, flask, funnel and bottles, 


complete. .$5 00 

If ordered with cork stoppers instead of rubber stoppers.4 50 

^ 6308. Ditto, ditto, without the aid of water, according to Fischer, 1 litre cap.3 00 

Complete with rubber balloon flask, funnel and platina filter cone. 


Ditto, ditto, Professor Richards, (see Apparatus for, see fig. 5273.) 


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6309. Filtering Apparatus, Bunsen’s, for filtration under increased atmospheric pressure, 

it consists of 

а, Water Air-pump, complete with barometer, etc.$14 00 

б , Lead Pipe, to connect the air-pump with the filtering flask, per foot. .10 to 15 eta. 

c, Cone of Iron and Mould of Tin to prepare the platinum cones, per set.$1 50 

d, Platinum Cones, ready made.75 cts. to 1 50 

e, Flasks or Bottles of heavy uniform glass well annealed. 

Capacity, 16 32 oz. 

Price, .30 .45 cts. 

Metal vessel to receive the flask in filtering.$2 00 

See also Filtering Pumps. 

6310. Ditto, ditto, Weils, (see Fresenius).1 25 



O* 6312. Filtering Cylinders, of stone ware. 

Dimensions, 34 in. high, 8| in. wide. 37 in. high, 10J in. wide. 

Capacity, 7| gallons. 11 gallons. 

Price, 4 75 $7 50 

6313. Filter Dryers, of glass, with wide neck. (See No. 5740). 

If 2 21 in. 

.35 . 50 . 60 cts. each. 

6314. Filter Pump, (Aspirator) of brass, new model, small and very 

powerful. . .No. 1, $1.50.Nc. 2, $3.00.No. 3, $5,00 

— 6315. Ditto, ditto, on base 9 giving highest vacuum of any water pump 


known. Price. 

— 6316. Ditto, ditto, with 2 stop-cocks. .7 00 

— 6317. Ditto, ditto, with 2 stop-cocks and gauge.612 00 


Nos. 6314-6317 are the best filter pumps yet constructed where water pressure is 
obtainable. 


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—^ 6318. Filtering' Pump, of brass, according to Professor Richards, for water pressure 
only, very powerful. Small.$1 25. Large.$1 75 

6318a. Ditto, provided with vacuum gauge...$5 50 extra. 

— 6319. Ditto, ditto, Fischer’s, of brass, for quick nitrations, where water pressure can be 
applied, the pump alone.$2 50 

—6320. Ditto, ditto, with vacuum gauge. 8 00 

^ 6321. Ditto, ditto, Fischer’s, of glass, the same but with two stop-cocks.each, 3 OO 

Ditto, plain, no stop-cooks. 1 15 

6322. Ditto, ditto, for quick nitrations, of glass, working like the preceding, by pres¬ 
sure . .$1 60 



6324 6321 



6323 6323a 


6323. Ditto, ditto, Muenkes form, of glass, very powerful, with one suction 


Tube.$1 40 

6323a. Ditto, ditto, with two suction Tubes. 1 50 


6324. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen’s, for quick nitrations or evaporations in vacuum 
where water pressure is not obtainable, after the well-known principles, of en¬ 
tirely improved construction. The plate is made of one solid piece. Instead of 
the old useless pinch-cocks, it is an improved screw clamp ; instead of the card¬ 


board scale one of japanned metal.$9 00 

If mounted on black walnut board.$1 00 extra. 

6325. Ditto, ditto, the glass parts alone.$2 00 


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£ 6326. Filtering Pomp, Bunsen’s, improved by Zulkowsky, with shortened Barometer 
gauge, arranged for direct connection with lead.$12 00 


£ 6327. Filtering Tubes according to Fresenius, for filtration by means of glass, wool or 
asbestos. Each.26 cts. 


£ 6328. Ditto, ditto, larger size modified 


6329 


—£6329. Filtering Press, for chemical laboratories and for experimental 
purposes* Wegelin and Hiibner’s patent, each provided with 3 filter framed, 
active surface 400 o centimeters. No laboratory should be without one, as they 
are simple and practical for drying and washing the most troublesome precipi¬ 


tates, etc. 

a, with perfect washing arrangement pump, in iron..$60 08 

b, Ditto, ditto, pump, in bronze.90 00 


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—^ 6330. Filtering Press, Wegeiin-Htibner’s patent, combined with monteju* and air-pump, 
very practicable, especially in working with volatile substances. 

а, in iron...$175 

б , in bronze . ..200 

6331. Larger Presses, for manufacturing purposes, with round or square plate* 

20, 27 and 36 in. diameter, according to number of plates, from.. .$200 to $1, 
Special catalogues on application. 



6330 



6332 6333 


6332. Filtering Rings, made of porcelain, with two arms, 25 cts. three arms, 35 cts. 

^ 6333. Filtering Racks, made of galvanized wire, to keep the filter from the glass. 

5 7 9 12 inches. 

.35 .45 .CO .70 cts. 

Filtering Stands, see supports for funnels and filtrations. 

6334. Finger Cots, pure gum, all sizes, per dozen.50 cts. 


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FLASKS. 

All our Flasks of Bohemian glass are from the famous make of Joseph KaTalier, 
whose agents we are for the United States. 


* 6336. Flasks* Bohemian glass, assay conical, with ring, 4 oz., each.20 eta. 

8 oz., each.25 ots. 

* 6337. Ditto, new style. Capacity, 2 4 8 16 oz. 

.15 .20 .25 .30 cts. 


* 6338. Ditto, ditto, the same with lip, for precipitations and filiations, same- 

sizes and prices as the preceding. 

* 6339. Ditto, French style, pear-shaped bulb with long neck, used in silver assay. 

Each, 2 oz.20 eta 4 oz.$0 25 

— 6340. Flasks, or Bohemian hard glass, for KJeldahrs Nitrogen determination. Capacity 
200 CC..each, 40 cts. 

*6341. Ditto, Bohemian, vial mouth, flat bottom, beat glass 
and shape. 


Contents, } 1 

2 

4 6 

8 

12 

16 

24 32 oz. 3 pint. 

Each, .8 .9 

.11 

.14 .17 

.20 

.24 

.25 

.30 .35 .40 cts. 

Contents, 

i 

✓ i 

1 

11 

2 

3 5 gals. 

Each, 

.45 

.55 

.70 

.85 

$1 

00 1 45 2 90 


6 to 8 gallons to order. 



6336 6337 6338 6341-6342 6343 6344a 6344b 6345 6346 


*6342. Ditto, Cerman, of best, light, and well-annealed glass, 
vial mouth, flat bottom. 

Contents, } 1 2 4 6 8 12 16 24 32 oz. 

Each, .7 .8 .10 .11 .12 .16 .18 .20 .25 .30 cts. 

Contents, } J 1 2 3 gala 

Each, .45 .55 .70 $1 00 1 45 

* 6343. Ditto, ditto, with heavy ring, to bear corking, same price as the vial mouth, 

Bohemian. 

*6344. Ditto, round bottom, vial mouth, shape a or b. 

Contents, 1 2 4 8 16 32 oz. } 1 2 3 gals. 

Each, .10 .12 .15 .20 .25 .35 .50 .75 1 10 $150 

* 6345. Ditto, Erlemeyer’s form, Bohemian glass. A very desirable flask. 

1 2 4 6 8 16 24 32 oz.} 1 gaL 

$0.10 .12 .15 .20 .25 . 35 .40 .45 . 70 .90 

In ordering please mention if wide or narrow mouth are wanted. 

* 6346. Ditto, ditto, light, with extra wide and low neck, for carbonic acid apparatus. 

1 2 4 oz. 

Each, .15 . 20 .25 cts. 

Dozen, $1 40 1 60 2 00 

Flask provided with roughened label to write on at .5 cts. each. 


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6347. Flaaks, Bunsen’s Filtering Flasks, very heavy, with rubber stopper, 
selected funnel and connecting tube. 

Contents, Pint, Quart, } gaL 
.90 $1 10 1 60 

Flasks only, .36 .55 .75 

634a Ditto, ditto, for fractional distillations, with a tube inserted half-way up the 
neck, a, b, o, d. Tubes set high or low on the neck. 

1 2 4 8 16 32 64 oz. 

.20 .25 .30 .35 .45 .65 $1 00. 

Flasks, of copper, Bee Retorts.. 

6349. Ditto, for fractional distillation, according to Ladenburg, with 3 and with 4 bulbs 

at the neek. 

Capacity 100 200 600 1000 CC. 

Price, .45 .65 .94 $1 13 each. 

6350. Ditto, for fractional distillation, with inside oondenser, according to lire osier, 

(Chem. Zeitung, 1884, page 1222.) 

500 1000 CC. 

$1 20 1 60 each. 

^6351. Flasks, Bologna, small..lOcts. Dos.$1 00 

6352. Ditto, large.15 cts. Doz. 1 50 

Ditto, for gas evolutions, see Gas Bottles. 

Ditto, ditto, fitted with rubber stopper, funnel and delivering tube, see No. 6473. 



6351 6347 6348a 6348c 6348d 6350 

6353. Ditto, volumetric, so-called Litre Bottles, most accurately gauged, with 
glass stopper. European make. 

25 CC. 60 CC. 100 CC. 200 CC. 250 CC. J litre 1 litre 2 litre. 

.25 . 30 .36 .50 . 60 . 75 . 90 $1 20 

$ 6354. Ditto, ditto, very exact, with one mark on neck, not stoppered, im¬ 
ported. 

10 20 25 50 100 200 250 300 500 1,000 2,000 CC. 

.16 .18 .20 .25 .30 .35 .40 .50 .60 .75 $1 00 

6355. Ditto, ditto, not graduated, with varnish mark for self-graduation. 

25 50 100 250 500 1,000 CC. 

.15 . 20 . 25 .30 . 40 .50 

6356. Ditto, volumetric, so-called Shaking Flasks, strong in glass, shape like Bottles, 

graduated and stoppered. 

500 1.000 CC. 

.75 $1 00 



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0357. Flasks, graduated, with two marks on the neck, European make. (So-called 
Sugar Flasks.) 

50 and 65 CC. 100 and 110 CC. 200 and 220 CC. 

•30 .40 ,65 cts. 

6358. Ditto, ditto, not graduated, with varnish marks for self-graduation. 

50 and 55 CC. 100 and 110 CC. 


•20 .25 cts. 

% 6359. Ditto, ditto, with graduated neck; mark 0-100 CC., each line of division-0, 2 CC ; 

from 5 -f 10 CC = 5-9 -f 10-100 CC.each, 75 cts. 

6360. Ditto, ditto, for Saccharometric Polarization, according to Kohlrausch, with flanged 

neck, and with one mark, 100 CC. .. each, 40 cts. 

^ 6361. Float, Erdmann's, for Burettes.25 cts. 

^ 6362. Ditto, for Burettes, new style, with glass points, preventing adhering to the walk 

Pnce.50 cts 

6363. Ditto, for suspending specimens in anatomical jars, etc., according to size, from 
..25 cts. each. 



6359 6360 6363 6364 


6364. Florentin Receivers. 

Pint, Quart, } gaL 

.45 .60 .90 

With stopper, .55 . 75 $1 20 

6366. Foil, of aluminium, according to thickness, from. $1 00 to 1 50 per oz. 

6366. Ditto, of pure copper, (chem. pure,) thin, per lb.$1 50 

6367. Ditto, ditto, heavier, (999 fine,) per lb .50 cts. 


O 6367a. Ditto, of gold, very thin leaf, per book...40 cts. 

6368. Ditto, of pure French platinum, in three thicknesses, thin, medium, heavy, aee 

platinum, per gramme.. . 50 cts. 

O 6369. Ditto, of silver, very thin leaf, per book..20 cts. 

6370. Ditto, ditto, regular foil, per ounce.$1 75 

6371. Ditto, of tin, commercial...per lb. 25 cts. 

6372. Ditto, ditto, pure tin. “ 50 cts. 

6373. Ditto, ditto, rough on one side, for pasting on glass. “ 75 ota. 

Other foils see leaf. 


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FORCEPS. 


6374. Forceps, brass, ends bent, very fine finish.26 cK 

6375. Ditto, “ “ “ nickel plated (solid nickel, 60 ots.).30 cts. 

6376. Ditto, extra stout, straight..60 cts. 

6377. Ditto, 44 44 44 nickel plated.... . .55 cts. 

6378. Ditto, ends bent, with ivory tips. .60 cts. 

6379. Ditto, for buttons, steel, Swansea style. $1 00 

6380. Ditto, 44 “ 44 nickel plated, Plattner’s (solid nickel, $1.25). 70 cts. 

6381. Ditto, 7 inches long, forceps on both ends, one end with ivory tips, Plattner’s. 

Price..$1 40 

6382. Ditto, nickel plated, plates of platinum, Plattner’s form, heavy tips. 2 00 
—^ 6383. Ditto, nicked plated 5 1-2 in. long, forceps on both ends, one end with 

heavy platinum plates.$2 25 

6384. Ditto, of steel, plain. 4 6 6 inch. 

.15 .20 .25 

6385. Ditto, goosenecks, 6 in. long, brass, nickel plated; a most practical forceps, which 

will not corrode... .60 cts. 

Other Forceps, see Crucible tongs. 



6386. Forks, of wood, fitting our support tables. 



12 

15 

20 inches. 

ft, 

.25 

.35 

.45 ots. 

b, 

.30 

.40 

.50 " 


Fractional Distillation Apparatus, (see also Apparatus, Flasks or Tubes 
for fractional distillation.) 


6387. Fractional Distillation Apparatus, or dephlagmatisator, after Hempel, will concen¬ 


trate 26% alcohol to 95% in one distillation.$2 00 

% 6387a. Freezing Apparatus, on Carre’s principle, made of glass, small. 2 50 

Large. 5 00 


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FUNNELS. 


% 6388. Funnels, glass, of best Gennan make, long, thin stems, angle of 60°; the 
end of the stem is ground to a point 


Diameter, 

1 1} 2 

2 } 

3 

3} 4 5 6 

7 8 inches. 

Each, 

o 

00 

.12 

.15 

.18 .20 . 25 .30 

.40 .50 ots. 


Diameter, 

9 

10 

12 inches. 




.60 

.70 

.80 cts. 



% 6389. Ditto, ditto, with edges ground even; angle exact of 60°. These funnels are 
usually known as Bunsen’s ; haring very thin and extra long stems to go 
through the rubber stopper when used with a filtering pump. 

Diameter, 1 1} 2 2} 3 3} 4 4} 56789 10 in. 

Each, .10 .12 .15 .18 . 20 .25 .30 .35 .45 .£0 . 60 . 70 .80 $100 

6390. Ditto, of best Bohemian glass; edges ground even; stem ground to a point; 

angle exaot of 60°. 

Diameter, 1} 1} 2} 2) 3} 3} 4} 4} 5} 6 7 8 in. 

Each, .10 .12 .15 .18 .22 .25 . 30 . 40 . 45 . 50 . 65 .80 eta. 

6391. Ditto, porcelain. Diameter, 4 5 6} in. 7 in. 

.50 70 1 00 1 50 

6392. Ditto, to suspend over dishes in the prooess of erapoxation, according to 

Victor Meyer. Diameter, 8} 10} in. 

Each, $1 20 1 88 

6393. Ditto, for filling plain retorts, with long bent tubes. 




0389 6391 0395 6392 6394 


—% 6395. Ditto, hard rul>l>er. Capacity, 4 6 8 16 32 oz. 

.25 .30 . 35 . 45 .55 cts. 

— 6396. Ditto, made of tin. 

Capacity, \ } 1 pint, 1 quart, J gal. 1 gal. 

.10 .12 .15 .20 .25 .30 eta. 

— 6397. Ditto, of copper, .55 .65 .75 $1 00 1 35 2 00 

6398. Funnels of glass, Plattner’s, so-called test tube funnels, set. .15 eta. 


6399. Ditto, of porcelain; conical shape and perforated; sides used as drainers for crys¬ 
tals, etc., see Strainers. 


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O 6399a. Funnels, of German acid proof stone ware. 

Diameter, 4 5 6 7 8 

Price, .20 .25 .30 .40 .50 

Diameter, 11 12 14 

Price, $1 00 1 25 2 00 


9 

.60 


10 in. 
.60 each. 
16 in. 

2 75 each. 


Hfc 6400. Ditto, oonical shape and perforated with large holes, called Filtering Baskets. 


No. 12 3 4 

Diameter, on top, 4} 5} 6J 7} in. 

Price, .70 $1 00 1 50 2 00 

o* 6400a. Ditto, Separatory, with stop-cock, of German acid proof stone ware. 
Diameter, 9 12 inches on top. 

Outlet, | j inoh bore. 

Prioe, $2 25 3 00 each. 

^ 6401. Ditto, separatory, of glass, with glass stop-cock, open top. 

4 pint, 3 in. 4 pint, 4 in. 1 pint, 5 in. 1 quart, 6 in. | gaL, 8 in. 1 gal., 10 in. 
$1 25 1 50 2 20 2 75 3 00 4 00 


6402. Ditto, ditto, globe shape, glass stoppered. The 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 and 16 oz. can 
be had with short or long tube, like figure 6402 b. 


1 2 4 6 8 16 32 oz. 4 8*1* 1 gal. 

$1 00 1 00 1 00 1 25 1 40 2 35 2 75 3 25 4 25 



6400a 6402b 6403b 6403a 6406 6402 6401 6404 


6404. Ditto, separatory, with cover, Bohemian glass. Quart.3 CO. 3 pts. . $3 50 

6405. Ditto, separatory, cylindrical shape, with stopper and Geissler’s stop-cock, also 


useful for displacements. 

Capacity, 

10 

20 

30 

40 oz. 


Price, 

$1 68 

1 88 

2 25 

2 63 each. 

^ 6405a. With tnbul at the side, 


1 75 

2 00 

2 38 

2 75 “ 


6406. Ditto, separatory, with ground rod and extra large openings for separating two 

liquids quickly, as used for the manufacture of nitro-glycerine, etc. 

1 gal. 2 gals. 3 gals. 

$3 00 4 00 5 00 

6407. Ditto, of tin, for hot filtrations, Plantamour’s.$1 75 

6408. Ditto, ditto, new style, with steam coil. 2 00 

^ 6408a. Ditto, Koch’s, for bacterioscopical work, of heavy copper on movable legs_ 5 00 

6409. Funnels, with long capillary tubes to fill eudiometers, etc., with meroury free of 


air bubbles...30 cts. 

6410. Ditto, with glass stop cock. $1 60 


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^ 6411. Fnirnel Tubes, thistle top. light, blown glass. 

10 12 15 18 20 25 30 in. 

.10 .12 .15 .20 .22 .25 .30 cts. 

% 6412. Ditto, ditto, conical, stout glass. 

10 12 15 18 20 25 30 in. 

.10 .15 .18 . 20 .22 . 25 . 30cts. 

6413. Ditto, ditto, with loop bent, s. c. safety tubes .25 cts. 

^6414. Ditto, ditto, same, with conical top; it can be used as a quick 

filtering funnel. Price..30 cts. 

6415. Ditto, ditto, with three-way stop-cock for gas burette.$2 00 

% 6415a. Ditto, ditto, Vogel's, a combination of funnel and delivery 
tube. 30 cts. 


Other Funnel Tubes with bent, etc., see Safety Tubes. 

O# 6416. No, 19. Forge, Fletcher's, Gas or Gasolene. As used 
at Woolwich Arsenal, England. Invaluable for small forgings. 
Size of hearth, 15x18 inches. By this simple arrangement, steel 
tools can be forged without injury, by the use of gas. It will be 
found a perfect arrangement for Small Forgings and Repairs. 

For Instructions, see Special List. 


Forge with No. 8e Blowpipe . .$10 00 

Blow-pipe, No. 8c. 5 50 

Hearth.. 4 50 



Forge complete, with Foot-Blower, Blow-pipe, and 6 feet 6415a 


Rubber Tubing 


$13 00 



.BSTt tRSEA WORKS. LON DOM 


FURNACES. 

(a) For Assaying. 

6417. Furnaces, Assay, Battersea, of clay, Iron bound. Strongest and best iron 
bound clay furnace ever made. Hundreds of them are in use throughout the 


country, and are giving perfect satisfaction. 

No. Height Diameter. Size Muffle. Price. 

A, 23} in. 12} in. 7 x 4} x 3 in.$17 

B, 25} “ 13} 44 8} x5 x 3} “.19 

C, 27 44 14} - 9 x 5} x 3} “.24 

D, 28} “ 15}“ 10 x6 x4 “.26 

E, 29}“ 16}“ 12 x6 x4 “.29 

F, 30 “ 17}“ 14 x8 x5 “.33 

G, Ditto, ditto, ditto, a new larger size, taking a muffle of 15x9x6 inch... 67 


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6418. Furnace, assay, Judson’s Sectional; of iron, lined with fire-brick, depth, 13 in.; size 
of muffle, 12x6x4 in. (Battersea, J.), with set of concentric rings for the top to 
use with sand-baths, etc .$45 00 



6410. E. & A. , new muffle and Crucible Furnace, an economical, substan¬ 
tial and practical furnace for actual work, this fumaoe is the least expensive and 
most effective, it is lined with regular fire-brick which are interchangeable and 

can be had wherever a furnace 
will be used. Size A for J muf¬ 
fle, 4x6x12, opening on top for 
crucible, 10x10 in..$30 Ofl 


Size B for K or L muffle, 6x9x15 in. 
opening for crucible, 14x14 5000 


O 6420. Furnace. Assay, Judson’s Sectional 
Size of muffle, 15x9x6 in. (Bat¬ 
tersea L.) Price.$60 00 


6422 


6421 


—% 6421. Ditto, for muffle assay, California style ; being round, of iron, fire-brick 
lined: taking two sizes of muffles, 12x6x4 in., and 14x8x5 in; being of light 
weight and arranged for crucibles also; it is the most practical furnace for ship¬ 
ment. Price ..$25 00 




Ditto, for assaying, Hibb’s, small, of cast iron, with fire clay lining; taking a 
muffle of about 4x8 inches. Complete.$30 00 


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O 6423. Furnace, assay, No. 2, same as above, only larger in proportion, to take a muffle 
5}xll} in..$50 00 

o* 6424. Ditto, ditto, Hibb’s, extra large size, for scorification assay, of improved construc¬ 
tion, 39 inches high, by 30 inohes wide, and 24 inches deep. 

Size a, taking a muffle of 5x9x17 in . $75 00 

6425. Ditto, for assaying, according to Professor Rickets, (see his notes on 

assaying, pages 24 and 25,) for the use of soft coal, taking two muffles 5x8x14 in. 
Furnace is built in brick, bound by lx} inch iron. 

We furnish everything necessary to build the furnace, 
with the exception of the bricks, viz., top and bot¬ 
tom plates, binding, grate, bars, front doors, etc., 
for. $30 00 

Without bottom plate for. 26 00 

6426. Ditto, for crucible assay, California pattern. 


larger size crucible. Being very light, it is the most 
economical furnace for shipment Similar to figure 
6421 .$1500 

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O* 6427. Furnace, using gas as fuel For assaying, enamelling, and all operations where 
exact temperatures are required, not exceeding the fusing point of copper. The 
burners for these furnaces afe of the same construction as the No. 6428 Crucible 
Furnace. 


Size No. 3« Muffle, inside clear working space, exclusive of neck, 3x4x24 inch 
high. Requires 4-inch bore gas pipe. Chimneys 6 feet high are included in 
prices, extra chimney 20 cents per foot for all patterns of furnace. Price. $17 00 

Extra Muffles. 1 00 

Extra Muffle Domes. 1 00 

Size No. 4. Inside Muffle space 3Jx5x3 in. high. Requires f-inch clear bore 

gas pipe and tap. Price.$20 00 

Extra Muffle or Dome.each 1 25 


Size No. 5. Inside muffle space 44x7x3} in. high. Gas supply as above.. 30 00 
Extra Muffle or Dome.each, $1 50 extra. 


Size No. 6. 

Price. 


Inside Muffle space 5}x8x4} in. requires 1 in. clear bore gas supply 


m 


Extra Muffle or Dome.each, $2 50 extra. 

Plumbago fittings and crucibles must be heated slowly the first time they are 
used. 



6427 



6428 


6428. Crucible Furnace, Gas. This will take crucibles up to 4x3J inches and with 
f-inch gas pipe, and a pressure of gas equal to 2 inches of water, supplying about 
50 feet per hour, will melt 3 or 4 lbs. of brass in about 30 minutes, and the same 
quantity of cast iron in about 60 minutes from the time the gas is first lighted. 
It will melt a crucible of silver or gold in 30 minutes. 


No. 15, Crucible Furnace, complete. $16 o5 

Plumbago Crucibles, No. 3, each . 30 

Plumbago Cylinders. 1 00 

Fire clay casing. 3 00 

Lid . 1 00 

Grate. 1 00 

Burner. 8 00 


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ONS 6429. No, 630. The Monitor. A new form of Gas Assaying Furnace 


For Directions, see Special list. 

Price as represented in cut.$18 00 

Fire-clay Slabs for covers, each. 50 

Body of Furnace. 8 50 

Platform. 15 

Supports for Platform, each. 05 

Tripod. 50 

Burner. 6 00 

Chimney pipe, per length. 35 


One length of chimney pipe with damper, 
crucible and tongs are included in price 
of furnace. 

o* 6420a. Assayers* Plant of Gas Fur¬ 
naces. The illustration faithfully re¬ 
presents a group of gas assaying fur¬ 
naces. The furnace at the left, No. 6430, 
is for roasting sulphurets, etc. the cen¬ 
ter one, see figure 6428, (Fletcher, No. 

15) is for crucible fusions, taking an 4 S ’ 

Battersea crucible (5 inches deep, by 4] 
inches across), and the one at the right 
is the 4 Monitor’ furnace (see No. 6420a) 
for scorification and cupellation. The 

whole forming as perfect a plant for as- 6423 

saying for small laboratories as it is possible to desire. We can conscientiously recom¬ 
mend the entire suite of furnaces on account of its advantages in the following partic¬ 
ulars: convenience of operating, control of the heat, saving of fuel and time, freedom 
from dust, ashes, smoke and excessive heat, and entire absence of waste. Price com¬ 
plete as per cut, without the table top. .net, $50 00 

Table top to be built of red brick. Price of parts, see Nos. 6428, 6429, 6429b. 



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Ofc 6429b.Direct draft roasting furnace, see flgare, furnace at the left of plant No. 6429a. 

This furnace is the one recommended as third furnace of the asayers plant of 
Gras Furnaces for roasting ores. It is shown on page 142. Prices include 1 
length of pipe, damper, crucible and tongs. Gas pipe required for the No. 163, 
{-inch, for the No. 363, {-inch.. 

No. 163, for No. 1 Crucibles... .$12 00. No. 363, for No. 3 Crucibles... $14 00 
(6) Furnace for Melting. 

6430. Furnace, Gas, of clay; portable, iron bound, for melting gold, silver, copper, etc. 


No. 

A 

B 

C 

D 

E 

F 

Diameter, 

n 

9} 

11 

13$ 

14i 

18 in. 

Height, 

17} 

20 

22 

26 

28 

32 " 

Price,' 

$8 50 

10 50 

12 50 

15 00 

17 50 

27 00 



6431 


6431. Fletcher’s Gasoline Generator and Furnace.— Fob Hioh Tempeba- 
tubbs. The s well-known Injector Gas Furnace, can now be supplied with a 
small, simple and safe arrangement for burning the vapor of the light petroleum 
• or gasoline, giving a power and efficiency full equal to that which can be obtained 

by a large gas supply. The arrangement is in every way as simple as when gas 
is used, requiring no more trouble or attention. 

Generator.;.$15 00 

Furnace A; Blower, Generator and Tubing complete, for use with either gasoline 

or coal gas. $25 50 

Furnace B; Blower, Tubing and Generator complete. 30 00 

The engraving shows the B size Furnace, Generator and Blower, as when in use. 


Scale, 1 inch to the foot 
The foot blower supplied with above is No. 96. 

6431a.Ditto, the same outfit in smaller size to suit furnace No 2436, complete.$17 50 

Generator, see figure 6431, above. . 6 00 

The foot blower used is No. 9a. 


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O* 6432. Furnace Gas, Fletcher’s Perfected Injector for metallurgists, jewelers. 

chemists, iron and brass castings, manufacturers of artificial gems, etc. Furnace 

A, taking No. 1 crucible, capacity, 2 lb., copper, complete.$4 60 

O* 6432a.Ditto, ditto, Furnace B, taking No. 3 crucible, capacity, 6 lb., copper, complete. 

Price.$7 00 

For foot blowers, see Bellows. 



6432 



64326 


O* 6432b. Ditto, ditto, for refined petroleum. Furnace A, taking No. 1 crucible, two 

burners, without blower.$10 00 

O 6432c. Ditto, ditto, Furnace B, taking No. 3 crucible, three burners, without blower 13 00 
O 6432cLDitto, ditto, Furnace C, taking No. 6 crucible, four burners, without blower. 16 00 
O# 6433. Perfected Injector—Combined Crucible and Muffle Furnace. For 
Gas. This is supplied with muffle fittings, and can be used either as a crucible or 
muffle furnace. The illustration shows it as arranged for use with the muffle. 
When used as a crucible furnace the casing is turned on end, and a large round 
lid is used. In this cose the hole opposite the one used for the burner should be 
stopped with the taper plug furnished for the purpose. One size only is made 
corresponding to the B injector. Combined crucible and muffle furnace. Size 


of muffle 3jx2} in.x6} in. inside.$12 00 

Extra muffles. . . 1 50 


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O 6433*. Fnnutce, arranged like 0131 for Gasolene Gae.$27 00 

0316 0484. Ditto, ditto, for refined petroleum. This style of furnace is a great improvement, 
and almost indispensable to prospectors and miners. Combining a muffle and 
crucible furnace in the most condensed form, with a fuel everywhere obtainable, 
and being not heavy, it can be carried with ease and allows assays to be made 

right on the spot Size of muffle 3)x2} in.x6J in. inside. ..$17 00 

O* 6436. Ditto, ditto, for prospecting. Hoskins patent Hydro-Carbon Blow-pipe and Fur¬ 
naces. No. 2 Muffle Furnace, muffle 8x4}x3 in. $10 00 No. 3 Furnace $15 00 

Extra muffles for No. 2... 75 cts. For No. 3, 10x6x4 in. 1 00 

0^ 6435. No. 1 Crucible Furnace, taking Colorada B. Crucible 4 inches in diameter, 5} in¬ 
ches deep inside Hoskins' patent.(No. 2. 15 00).$4 00 

O 6435a.Blow-pipe No. 2, with half gallon tank made entirelv of seamless brass __$23 00 

6436a. Blow-pipe Na 2, Muffle Furnace No. 2 and Crucible Furnace No. 1. 37 00 

6436b. Blowpipe Na 3, 1 gallon tank. 26 00 


6437 


o* 6437. Furnace, for crucibles, 3}x2 in., for gas. Fletcher's patent 

The furnace consists of a simple pot—for holding the crucible— with a lid and a 
blow-pipe, all mounted on a suitable cast-iron base. As compared with the ordi¬ 
nary gas furnace it appears almost a toy, owing to its great simplicity. 

The casing holds the heat so perfectly that the most refractory substances can be 
fined with ease, using a common foot-blower. Half a pound of cast irou requires 
from 7 to 12 minutes for perfect fusion, the time depending on the gas supply 


and pressure of air from the blower. 

No. 40. Eletcher's New Crucible Furnace, without Blower.$3 00 

For Foot Blower’s, see Bellows. 

Plumbago Crucibles, No. 00, each. 20 


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6438. Crucible Furnace, with improved Gas Burner. This burner is made 
of the same pattern as that used with the “ Perfected ” Injector Furnace. It is 
almost noiseless in its action, and works with a small gas supply. 

For Directions see Special List 

Price, No. 40a, Perfected Burner, without Blower. $3 

Extra Burner . 1 

0^6439. Crucible Furnace with improved Burner; for refined petroleum; giving almost 

good results as the Gas Furnace. Price, complete.$5 

For more particulars and instructions in regard to Fletcher’s Furnaces, see our 
special list 


6440 6441 

*6440. Furnace, Muffle, for gaa, according to Wiesnegg; with 5 Bunsens burner* 
of large size with movable top attachment; takes a muffle 6} in. long, 41 in. wide 

and 2 in. high, complete with one muffle. $20 00 

Extra Muffles... . . ^ ^ 

(d) for General Laboratory Work. 

* 6441. Furnace, according to Hempel; large size, a gas furnace for incineration and oxida¬ 
tion, indispensable for the laboratory, taking R. B. crucibles from No. 0to5. 
A current of fresh air being directly introduced into the crucible; a single Bunsen 
burner flame will oxidize quicker and safer than any blast.$15 00 


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6442. Furnace, Blast, Sefstroem’s, of heavy sheet iron, the inside box lined with fire-clay, 

with dome to increase the draft, etc. 

Height of the fire-place, 8 12 in. 

Diameter “ “ 7 10 “ 

$20 00 30 00 

Fumac6, Erdman’s, for gas, a clay chimney, with iron tripod, stand.66 cts. 

Ditto, ditto, with Bunsen’s burner.$1 60 

6443. Ditto, after Carius, for 5 tubes, of iron.. .$10 00. Of copper.$25 00 

6444. Ditto, “ Erlemeyer, for 3 tubes, of iron. 7 00 

6445. Ditto, “ “ M 4 “ “ in two rows. 8 00 

6446. Ditto, “ “ of iron, extra heavy, tubes horizontal or slanting, as per 

office bath.$15 00 

'6447. Ditto, for supplying a uniform heat, for making digestions in flasks, etc., accord¬ 
ing to Kreussler, used for the determination of nitrogen by Kjehldahl. After re¬ 
moving the top plate the furnace may be used with advantage for heating large 
apparatus, as water baths, drying ovens, etc.$45 00 



6443 



6451 


8 

6453a 



64536 6444 


6448. No. 14. Perfected Ladle Furnace, with Fletcher’s new Solid Flame 
Heating Burner, for melting lead, tin, zinc, and their alloys. Capacity of burner, 
35 ft per hour. Supply pipe, f inch. 

No. 14, Ladle Furnace.$3 50 

Ladles extra. See there. 

G449. Furnace Lining, of best fire-brick, for muffle and other assay furnaces furnished 
in shortest time at low figures. 

Furnace, for combustions; Bunsen’s and Liebig’s, see Combustion Furnaces. 

^ 6450. Furnace, of clay, for charcoal, portable, each .75 cts. 

6451. Ditto, with lead basin, for etching glass, oomplete, with burner..$2 00 

Other Furnaces for heating at low temperatures, (see Stoves.) 

6452. Fusibility Soale of Minerals, Yon Eobel’s, 6 specimens in box . .. 1 00 

6453. Gallipots, of white China, straight a, and conical shape 6. 

J oz., per doz,..25 cts. 2 oz., per doz..45 cts. 

} “ « . .30 “ 3 “ “ .50 “ 

1 “ “ .35 * 4 “ “ . 70 “ 

6 “ “ . ;.90 “ 

6453c. Ditto, of strong grease proof, grey stone ware. ..50% less. 

Galvanic Batteries, (see Batteries.^ 


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6454. Galvanometers, hemispherical.$4 00 

6455. “ vertical.. 6 00 

6456. Galvanopla8tic Apparatus, for coating medals, etc., complete.$3 00 


Gas Analysis Apparatus, Orsat’s, etc., (see Apparatus for Gas Analysis.) 

GASES. 


Q6457. Ammonia Gas, liquefied, in Cylinders holding 10 lbs., 75 cts. per lb., for use of 
cylinders see below. 

O 0458. Oxygen, Compressed, under 225 lb. pressure, in steel cylinders. 

Cylinders holding about 12 cub. ft., 15 cub. ft, 20 cub. ft, 25 cub. ft, 50 cub. ft 

Per cubic foot.20 cts. 

25 cents rent is charged per week on each cylinder. 15, 20, 25, 50 cubic feet 

O 6459. The Cylinders if purchased right out.$23 00, $25 00, $30 00, $50 00 

O 0460. Hydrogen, Compressed, same as above, per cubic foot. 5 cts. 

O 6461. Nitrous Oxyde, Liquefied, in small cylinders about l gal.$8 40 

In large cylinders containing about 1 gal; per gal...4} cts. 

O 6462. Tripod to hold small cylinder. .$ 5 00 

O0463. “ “ large “ .. 10 00 

6464. Liquefied Carbonic Acid, in small cylinders, to draw any amount from 

at liberty, per pound. .50 cts. 

Cylinders holding about 10 or 20 lbs. 

Cylinders filled as above can be sent by express or freight We do not charge the 
cylinders to responsible parties, and they can be returned when empty; no rent 
charged for one week; after eight days we charge 25 cts. per week for rent. 

Above gases are all purified (washed) Wore they are compressed. 



6156 


6467 


6470 




— 6465. Apparatus for Liquefying and Solidifying Carbonic Acid Gas, etc., according to 
Natterer, with 2 flasks standing a pressure of over 130 atmospheres; see Mfiller- 


Pouillet, II, 2 fig. 156. Prioe.$275 00 

— 6466. Ditto, ditto, according to Thiloriers. 175 00 

—6467. Gas Bags, of rubber, best make, oval 

Capacity, 1234568 10 gallons. 

Each, $1 25 1 75 200 250 2 75 300 400 500 

6468. Ditto, ditto, with socket, meuth-pieoe, and stop-cock, extra. 1 50 

6469. Ditto, ditto, with hydrogen jet in addition, extra.55 to 75 cte>. 

—% 6470. Ditto, ditto, of vulcanized rubber, square. 

18x24 inches, contents, 15 gals.$ 7 25 

20x22 “ “ 25 “ 9 25 

24x30 “ “ 35 “ 11 25 

30x40 “ “ 55 " 14 00 

6471. Ditto, ditto, with socket and stop-cock, extra. 1 50 


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G472. Gas Bottles, stout, for gas evolutions, German or Bohemian glass. 

\ pint, I pint, 1 pint, 1 quart, } gal. 1 gal. 2 gal 
Each. .15 .20 .25 . 35 .50 . 75 fl 00 

6473. Ditto, ditto, stout German glass, fitted with rubber stopper, funnel and deliv¬ 
ering tube. 

1 pint, 1 pint, 1 pint, 1 quart, % gal. 

Each, .50 .65 .75 $ .90 1 25 


Jfc 6474. Ditto, ditto, with the funnel tube and delivery tube or straight connection ground 
into the neck. Capacity, 8 oz. 16 02 . 1 qt. 



6472 6480 6481 6476 6477 


6472 6480 6481 6476 6477 

-fc 6476. Gas Burettes, Hampel's, for gas analysis. Set of 2, in wooden bases_$5 00 

^ 6477. Ditto, ditto, set of 2, with glass stop-cocks. 7 50 

Ditto, ditto, Dr. Cl. Winkler’s, Elliot's Burette, Azotometers, etc., Seo Apparatus- 
for Gas Analysis. 


6478. Gas collecting tubes with stop-cocks at each end, capacity about 250 CC.3 00 

6479. Gas Distributors, to burn 3 Bunsen's Burners, or 3 stoves, from one gas pipe, 


without stop-oocks, each.. $2 00 

# 6480. With 3 stop-cocks. 3 00 

% 0481. “ M “ and centre light, very superior. $4 00 an;l 5 00 


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Gas Generator, Kipp’s, for sulphuret of hydrogen, (see page 26, figure 5215.) 

—$ 6482. Gas Generator and Washing Bottle, of glass, with iron clamp, for washing as 
well as for generating. 

Price, with solid and perforated lids and rubber corks. 

1 pint, each... 70 cts 

1 “ “ 70 cts 

1 q™rt “ 75 cts 

}g»d* “ 85 cts 




6182 


6483 


6485 


Other Gas Generators, see Apparatus. 



6486 


6483. Gas Holder, after Berzelius, improved by Pepy. 

Capacity, 5 gallons, 10 gallons, 

Made of copper, $20 00 25 00 

Made of Zinc, 15 00 17 50 

6484. Ditto, ditto, with sliding receivers; of galvanized iron, or zinc, set of 2. for oxy¬ 

gen and hydrogen; mounted in frame with pulleys, capacity 20 gallons each, 

complete. Price.$76 00 Each single. 40 00 

zfc 6484a. Ditto, ditto, Berzelius, the whole of glass, with 3 stop-cocks. 

Capacity, 2 3 4 quarts, 

Price, $8 00 8 50 9 00 

6485. Ditto, ditto, Mitscherlich's, made entirely of glass, with fittings of brass, capacity, 

3 gallons..$20 00 

6486. Ditto, ditto, all glass, with brass fittings. Contents, 4 gallons, 9J gallons, 

$25 00 40 00 


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6487. Gas Holder, of copper, very substantial, 5 gallons, 10 gallons, 

$16 00 23 00 

6487a.Ditto, ditto, of zinc, 14 00 16 50 • 

Gas Generators, (see also Apparatus for Generating Gases, pages 10-16.) 

Gas Jars, (see Bell Glasses and Cylinders.) Gas Jets, for hydrogen, see Jets. 
Gasogenes, for making carbonic aoid water, French, made of glass, wire or reed 


covered, see Apparatus, No. 5104. 

6488. Gas Combustion Tube, with sealed-in palladium wires.$2 50 

6488a. Gasometer Tubes, with glass stop-cock on top, 100 CC. in 1-5. 3 00 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, •• “ “ “ 50 CC. in 1-10. 2 75 


6488b. Gasometer or Gas measuring Tubes, sealed at one end and divided in 



25 

50 

100 

100 

150 

200 

300 Cub. cent. 

Graduated in 

1-5 

1-5 

1-1 

1-5 

1-1 

1-1 

1-1 

Each, 

$100 

1 35 

1 50 

1 75 

1 75 

200 

2 75 



6488 6491 6494 6493 


6489. Ditto, ditto, divided in cubic inches. 6 cubic inches in 1-16.$1 30 

In 1-100 . 2 00 

6490. Ditto, ditto, 3 cubic inches in 1-16. 85 

In 1-100..1 50 

6491. Ditto, ditto, ditto, || shape, 50 in J, with plAtina wires.2 50 

6492. Ditto, ditto, Crook’s..a, 25 eta, b, 35 cts. c, 60 eta. 

For other Gas measuring tubes, see Eudiometers and Apparatus for Gas Analysis. 

6493. Ditto, ditto, for quantitative determination of Co, in illuminating gas..$1 50 

6404. Ditto, Bunsen’s, Mercury, graduated in mm. 

Capacity, 250 CC. 700 CO. 

Plain, $2 00 2 50 each. 

With glass stop-cock, 2 75 3 25 14 


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6495. Gas Pipettes, Hempels, for ab orption of gase.?, compound. $2 00 


Mounted .4 00 

9^6496. Ditto, ditto, 4 “ 44 for solids.. .$2 25. Mounted $4 25 

6497. Ditto, ditto, “ 44 44 plain. 1 00. 44 .. 2 75 

6498. Ditto, ditto, 44 * 4 “ plain for solids.. 1 25. 4 * .. 3 00 

6499. Ditto, ditto, plain Pipette with beads .X 75. 44 .. 3 50 

6500. Ditto, ditto, Hein pel's, explosion. . 3 00. 44 .. 5 00 

^ 6501. Gas Explosion Pipette, new form, according to Dr. W. Hcmpel, with support 

Price. .. . $6 50 



% 6502. Gas Pipette, according to Doyere.85 cts. 

% 6503. Ditto, ditto, according to Ettling. a, small size. . .63 eta 

6, large size.85 cts. 


6504. Gas Power Engine, working model of; according to Otto Langen’s system. 

Price,. one-balf horse power, $100 00. One horse power, $200 00 

6505. Larger engines, 2-12 horse power, of the N. Y. Safety Steam Power Co., price 

from $100 00 to $500 00, furnished to order. 


% 6506. Gas Regulator, Temperature Regulator or Thermostats, according to 
Reichert, almost entirely of glass, will regulate to } of 1 degree, being shape, 

and about size of thermometer, it fits £-inch hole.$2 50 

6506a. Ditto, ditto, for low temperatures.. 3 50 


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6507. Gas Regulator, Iothar Meyer's modification, all glass. 1 50 

6508. Ditto, ditto, according to Bunsen and Kemp ; for keeping a hot 

air bath, etc., at a constant temperature.$2 85 

6509. Ditto, ditto, in metal frame.3 60 

6510. Gas Washing Bottle, according to Avez; two sizes. 

Capacity, 250 CC .$1 00. 500 CC.$1 25 

6511. Gas Washing and Absorbing Bottle, according to Winkler, for the estimation of 

Ammonia in coal gas, capacity, 250 CC., complete.$2 00 

^ 6512. Gas Washing Bottle, double acting, according to F. Allihn. 

Capacity, 200 500 1,000 2000 CC. 

Price, $1 50 1 75 2 25 each. 3 00 

3£6512a. Improved by Greiner and Friedrichs ; for solid and liquid absorbing 
substances. Capacity, 8 oz. 16 oz. 32 oz. 

Price, |2 00, $2 50 $3 00 

^ 6513. Gas Washing Funnel, according to Kemp, two sizes. 100 CC.60 cts. 

200 CC..$1 00 



6510 6512a 6513 6514 6515 


6514. Gas Washing Jar (Cylinder); according to Muenke, capacity 200 c.m.2 00 

6515. Gauges, vacuum for air-pumps, with mercury column, brass cap and brass stop¬ 

cock. Small.$3 50. Large.5 00 to $6 00 

6516. Ditto, entirely enclosed in glass tube, no brass cap. 3 50 to 5 00 

6517. Ditto, ditto, not enclosed, on card-board scale.2 60 

—^ 6518. Ditto, Spring, indicating vacuum. 

Sin. 4 in. 5 in. 6 in. 

$5 00 6 00 8 00 10 00 

— 6619. Ditto, ditto, indicating pressure. 

Sin. 4 in. 5 in. 6 in. 

$5 00 6 00 8 00 10 00 


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—^ 6520. Ganges, Micrometer, Brown and Sharp’s, indicating 1-1000 inch, J-one-thousandth 

is obtained.$6 00. Case.60 cts. extra. 

Ditto, ditto, in fractions of millimeters. $6 00. Case.60 cts. extra. 

—^ 6521. Ditto, for wire, American standard, round, 5 to 36.$4 00 

6522. Gauze, of iron, 4 in. square.5 cts. By the foot.35 cts. 

6523. Ditto, of brass, 4 “ “ 10 •• Per square foot.50 cts. 

— 6524. Ditto, of copper coarse, for organio analysis. 90 cts. 

— 6525. Ditto, ditto, ditto, fine. No. 80, per square foot.$1 20 

6526. Geissler’s Tubes, plain tubes, 6 inches long. (See also Supplement Cat) 80 cts. 

6527. Same, with bulbs or tube of uranium glass.$1 00 to 3 00 


Any special shape or larger sizes blown to order at reasonable rates. 

6528. Generator, for hydrogen, according to Professor Morton, capacity of 6 gallons; 
will run a pair of lanterns, etc., continuously for six hours, complete, with wash 
bottle, stop-cock and charge of zinc.$35 00 


Other generators, see Apparatus and Gas Generators. 

^ 6529. Glass Balls, of thin glass, with a hook to support anat¬ 


omical preparations in alcohol. Small.50 cts 

Large.$1 00 


Glass Drops or Batavian Tears, see Rupert’s Drops. 
Glass Blower’s Lamp, (see Blast Lamps.) 

Glass Blower’s Tables, (see Blast Tables.) 



6521 6526 



6520 


6530. Glass Ends, for Burettes, each.5 cts. Doz. 35 cts. 

6531. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with rubber and Mohr’s pinch-cock.30 cts. 

6532. Glass Pearls, Beads, from 2 to 5 millimeters diameter, used as surface extend¬ 

ing medium, in absorbing and drying gases, etc., per pound.$1 00 to 1 25 

6533. Glass Plates, of blue colored glass. 

2x3 in. 2x4 in. 3x4 in. 4x4 in. 

.10 .10 ,15 .20 

6534. Ditto, ditto, of flint glass, rough on one side, for covering jars, etc 

2 2} 3 4 5 C 7 8 9 10 12 15 in. square. 

.3 . i’ .5 . 6 .8 .10 .15 .20 . 25 . 28 . 30 . 50 cts. 

6535. Ditto, ditto, of heavy French plate glass, ground rough on one side. 

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 15 20 in square 

.20 . 25 .30 .35 . 45 .60 . 75 $1 00 1 20 1 85 2 50 

6536. Glass Powder, per pound.10 cts. 

6537. Glass Rods, in six feet lengths, per pound.60 ots. 

6538. Ditto, ditto, of American glass, per pound. .50 cts. 

6539. Glass Stirrers, of German glass, all sizes, one end round, the other pointed, per 

pound.75 ctsi 


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GLASS TUBING. 


To reoelve the correct size of'glass tubing It is always 
desirable to send a sample, otherwise give exact outside 
and inside measurements In millimeters. ALL SIZE8 KEPT 
IN STOCK. 

6640. Glass Tubing, of best German glass, the only suitable glass for glass- 
blowing, setting up apparatus or making connections, being strong and elastic, 
per pound.(blue line, white back, lb. $1.26) . 60 cts. 


Above 1 in. bore, per pound... 65 cts...above 2 inch 75 cts. 

6541. Ditto, ditto, of American glass, per pound.40 cts. 


6542. Combustion Tubing, this is from the famous manufacture of Jos. Kavalier, Bo¬ 

hemia, whose only agents we are in this country, and the only combustion tub¬ 
ing which gives universal satisfaction, and the only one recommended by 
European authorities. Price per pound.75 cts. 

6543. Ditto, ditto, ditto, small sizes, for Marsh's tests, matrasses and blow-piping. .$1 00 


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6544 


6545 6546 


^ 6544. Ditto ditto, for thermometers, in all sizes .. 90 cts. White back, German.. 1 20 

6545. Ditto, ditto, for barometers, with different bores, per pound..75 cts. 

^ 6546. Ditto, Tubes, extra stout, for pressure gauges, per lb.75 cts. 

6547. Ditto, ditto, of best imported glass, for steam boilers, etc., etc., cut to any length 

required, per lb..$1 00 

6548. Glass Wool, of Bohemian glass, the best material for acid filtration, it 

is indispensable for many chemical operations. 

Fine, oz.$1 25, lb., 12 00. Coarse, oz.$1 00, lb., 10 00 

— 6549. Glue Kettles, 

No. 000123456 

Capacity, } pt. Pt ljpt Qh 3 pts. J gal. 6 pts. 1 gaL 
.55 .65 . 75 .85 $1 00 1 20 1 35 1 50 

6540a. Glucose Filter Tubes, with platina plnteR. each.30 cts. 


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^ 6550. Gold Pans, Miner’s washing pans. 

16 in. plain iron. Polished iron. Bossian iron. Agate ware, 


$1 00 1 25 1 50 1 20 

^ 6550a. Gold washing horns, as used in Mexico, each. $1 00 

6551. Goldbeater’s Skin, 6 in. o .. .doz. 50 cts. 

6552. Goenioineter, for measuring the angles of crystals, according to Ilauy, with 

movable arms, in case ..$10 00 

6553. Ditto, ditto, reflecting. .$50 CO and 75 00 


6554. Ditto, ditto, ditto, same, small, portable according to Wollaston.$30 00 


GRADUATES. 


—£ 6555. Graduates of Glass, graduated all around. 

1 dram, 2 4 1 oz. 2 3 4 6 8 12 16 24 32 

Piece, .25 . 30 .23 .24 .28 .32 .35 .42 .50 . 60 . 75 $100 125 

Doz. $2 75 3 00 2 00 2 25 2 30 2 60 3 00 3 85 4 50 5 75 7 00 9 50 12 15 



6556 6558 6555 6559 


6556. Ditto, ditto, German, divided in grammes. 


25 

50 

100 150 200 

250 

500 1000 grms. or CO. 

Piece, .40 

.50 

.60 .70 .80 

.90 

$1 20 2 00 

— 6557. Ditto, ditto, divided in 

grammes on one side and ounces on the other. 

1 

2 

4 8 

16 

32 ounces. 

30 

50 

100 250 

500 

1,000 grammes 

.40 

.50 

.60 $ .90 

1 30 

2 20 

6558. Ditto, ditto, porcelain, conical or cylindrical, German. 

1 

2 

4 8 12 

16 

24 32 oanc«R. 

Piece, .25 

.28 

.30 .55 .80 

$1 00 

1 20 1 50 


O^K 6559. Ditto, ditto, fine metal, (tin.) 

1 2 4 6 8 10 12 16 24 ounces. 

Piece, .50 .70 .90 $1 10 1 35 1 55 1 75 2 00 2 40 

Gramme Bottles, see Bottles for Specific Gravity. 


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O* 6559a. Grind Stones, in round box. 

Diameter, 6 in. 

$1 00 

o* 6660. Ditto, ditto, in square box. 

Diameter, 12 in. 

$3 50 

6660a.QuttaPercha tissue, oz ... 


8 in. 10 in. 

1 50 2 00 

15 in. 18 in. 

4 50 5 00 

..25 cts. 


HAMMERS. 


Our hammers are of the best steel and are highly finished. If ordered unpol¬ 
ished 10 per cent less. 


6660b. Hammers, of best English steel, for blow-piping, Plattner’s, each.GO cts. 

6560c Ditto, ditto, with wire handle, (Dolton’s.75 cts. 

6561. Ditto, ditto, with steel anvil, each . .$1 20 


6562. Ditto, mineralogical, sharpened on both ends, for trimming. Style a or b. 
Weight about, 11 oz. 1^ lb. 

$1 20 1 50 



6559a 


6660 



6565 



6564—2 


i 


6564-1 



6662a 6662b 6663a 6663b 


6564a 


6563. Ditto, ditto, according to Dana, a and b. 

Face, } in. 1 in. 1^ in. 1| in. 

Weight about, 11 oz. 11-16 lb. 2 3-16 lb. 3 3-16 lb. 

$1 20 1 50 2 50 3 50 

03 |£ 6664. Ditto, for prospectors, so-called Poll picks, with 3 fL long handles, fig. 1 or 2.$2 50 
6564a. Ditto, ditto, polished, and heavier steel, 1} to 1} inch, European pattern, hammer 

and pick combined, weight, 1} lb .$2 00 

6565. Ditto, ditto, according to Maynard. 

Face, 1 in. 1} in. 

Weight, 1ft lb. 2ft lb. 

Price, $1 65 2 55 


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6566. Handles for Files and Tools* 

Small, Medium, Large. 

.5 .8 .10 

— 6567. Ditto, ditto, finely finished, each .10 .12 .15 

6568. Hardness 9 Scale, of Minerals, 9 specimens, (except diamond).$2 00 

6569. Ditto, ditto, 10 specimens, (diamond included).5 50 

Hatchets, according to size, at market price. 

^ 6570. Holders, for platinum wire, of improved make, the hard rubber handle arranged 
as a reservoir for platina wire, each.80 cts. 

6571. Ditto, ditto, with 4 wires.$1 00 

6571a. Hour Glasses, on stand, correct make. 

2 5 10 minutes. 

.45 . 60 . 75 cts. 

6571b. Hydraulic Press, for illustrating the principle. Small, form.$25 00 

Large, elaborated.$100 00 

See also supplementary List for Hydraulics, Hydrodynamics, etc. 

6572. Holder, of wood, for holding platinum spoon.50 cts. 


Homoeopathic Vials, see Bottles. Horn Spoons, see Spoons. Scoops, 
see Scoops. Spatulas, see Spatulas. 

Hydrogen Jets, (see Jets.) Hydrogen Lamp, Doebereiner’s, (see Doeber- 
einer’s Lamps.) 



6570 


HYDROMETERS. 


It has become necessary in addition to manufacturing 
the ordinary quality to produce a standard quality for soien- 


ttflc Investigations, therefore we quote both. 

For For 

Factory Scientific 
use. tae. 

а, Hydrometers, for liquids lighter than water. Ordinary Standard 

6573. Beaum6 and Specific Gravity, 0,70 to 1,000.. $ .75 $ 1 $0 

6574. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer. 1 25 1 76 

6575. Ditto, ditto, 0,70 to 0,80; 0,80 to 0,90 ; 0,90 to 1,000, each.75 1 00 

6577. Ditto, ditto, half of usual length. .75 1 00 

657a Ditto, Ditto, 0,70 to 0,85, 0,85 to 1,000 each.75 1 Od 

б, Hydrometers, for liquids heavier than water. 

6579. JBeaume and Specific Gravity, 1,000 to 2,000. .76 1 00 

6580. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer. 1 25 1 75 

6581. Hydrometers, 1,000 to 1,200, 1,200 to 1,400, 1,400 to 1,600, 1,600 

to 1,800, 1,800 to 2,000, each.75 1 00 

6582. Ditto, half of usual length. .75 1 00 

6583. Ditto, 1,000 to 1,400, 1,400 to 2,000, each.75 1 00 

6584. Ditto, complete set,threefor light liquids and five for heavy liquids 7 50 

6584a. Ditto, ditto, in lined case, with thermometer and cylinder. 15 00 


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Ordinary Standard 
Quality. Qualiiy. 


— 6585. Hydrometers, in lined case, with cylinder, 2 hy¬ 

drometers, one for light and one for heavy liquids. $6 00 

— 6586. Hydrometers, in oase, with cylinder, two hydrometers, two for 

light or two for heavy liquids. 6 00 

6587. Hydrometers, 0,700 to 2,000, set of three, one for light and two 

for heavy liquids, each with fine thermometer in the stem, and 

cylinder in lined case.. 12 00 

6588. Hydrometer, Universal form, 0,700 to 2,000. 1 85 

6589. Hydrometers, for aoids, 0,50 or 0,70, each. .50 

6590. Hydrometers, for aloohol and spirits, Tralles and proof scale.... .50 .75 

6591. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer, U. 8. Custom House 

standard. 1 25 1 85 

O 6592. Ditto, ditto, in chamois-lined case, with cylinder. 4 60 

6593. Ditto, ditto, Tralles and Bichter, volume and weight, per cent ... 1 85 

6594. Ditto, ditto, in lined case, with cylinder. 4 50 

6595. Hydrometer, Gay Lussac, for aloohol . 1 00 

6600. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer.. 1 85 

6601. Hydrometers, for sugar and syrup, O to 50° B.50 

6602. Hydrometers, for sugar, Brix's scale, set of three, in half degrees, 

0 to 30, 30 to 60, 60 to 90, 8 00 5 00 

6603. Ditto, ditto, with thermometers . 7 50 9 00 


6590 


...an,, 

6591 


j— i muur 


6620 


6604. Hydrometero, Brix’s, ditto, set of three, in l-5ths.. 4 00 9 50 - 

6605. Ditto, ditto, with thermometers,—5 to -f-30. 26 to 60, 55 to 85°.. 9 00 15 00 1 

6606. Ditto, Brix's, 0° to 100°, 20 in set, each reading 5° in l*20th. 2 60 

6607. Ditto, ditto, 0° to 100°, 10 in set, each reading 10° in l-10tk . . 1 50 

6608. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with thermometer. 3 00 4 00 

6609. Ditto, ditto, normal, set with thermometers in stem, from —5 to I 

-f 85 in l-5th degrees, in chamois-lined case, with cylinder, complete, 20 00 h 

6610. Ditto, ditto, sweet water, —5 to +5 in l-10th. 2 00 * 

6611. Ditto, ditto, for hot syrup, of metal, 0 to 60° B. 500 

6612. Hydrometers, for milk, (lactometers) Board of Health 

standard. 50 

6613. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer. Board of Health or Quevennes, 2 00 

6614. Ditto, ditto, Quevennes. 1 00 

6615. Ditto, ditto, “ Milk assayer v . ,50 

6616. Ditto, ditto, for ammonia. .50 

6617. Ditto, Beaum6’g, for acid, American standard, O to 

70°. .50 .75 

66ia Ditto, ditto, O to 50° . 50 .75 

6619. Ditto, Balling's, for beer and wort. .60 

6620. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer. 1 85 

6621. Ditto, for ether. .75 

6622. Ditto, for ether, with thermometer.. 1 85 

6623. Ditto, Kaiser's, plain, for beer and wort. .60 

6624. Ditto, for vinegar, aoetometer. .50 

6625. Ditto, for alkali, Beaum6’s, scale.50 

6626. Ditto, ditto, chlorine (Bleach Hydrometer).. .50 

6627. Ditto, ditto, oils, fatty. .50 

6628. Ditto, for bark liquid, (Tannometero. .50 

6629. Ditto, with thermometer. 1 85 

6630. Ditto, cider. .50 


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Ordinary Standard 
Qualily. Quality. 


6631. Hydrometers, for coal oil . $0.60 

6632. Ditto, ditto, with thermometer. $1 86 

6633. Ditto, Oechsle's, for wine and must, (Vinometer). .75 

6634. Ditto, for salt solutions, in box, (Salimeter) .45 

6635. Ditto, for silver solution, in box . 65 

4636. Ditto, for sugar, (Saccharometer) in box. .50 

6637. Ditto, ditto, Ventzkes, Sweetwater spindle.. 1 00 

3k 6638. Ditto, for urine, (urinometer), cylinder included, ranging 1,000 

to 1,060, small.60 

6639. Ditto, ditto, standard 


6640. Ditto, ditto, ranging 1,000 to 1,040, Vogel & Neubauer*s 


6641. Ditto, ditto, ranging 1,000 to 1,030, “ “ 

6642. Ditto, ditto, ranging 1,030 to 1,060 “ “ 

6643. The two latter miking a set, if taken together. 1 

6644. Ditto, ditto, for urine, (urinometer), with thermometer attached 

to the urinometer, cylinder included, 1,000 to 1,060. 1 

6646. Ditto, 1,000 to 1,030. 1 

6646. Ditto, 1,030 to 1,060. 1 

6647. Ditto, set of two.. 2 



6638 6648-6649 6653 


3k 6648. Ditto, for urine, according to Dr. Squibb, improved by 

E. & A., with table of corrections, with cylinder, in box. 1 

3k 6649. With thermometer.. 2 

6650. Hydrometer, Twaddle's, for liquids heavier than water, the de¬ 

grees marked on the scale, multiplied by 5 and added to 1,000 
gives the specific gravity. 

No. 1. 0° to 26°.60 1 

2 .24° to 48°.60 1 

3 . 48° to 72°.60 1 

4 .72° to 102° .60 1 

6.102° to 134°..•.60 1 

6.134° to 160° ... 60 1 

6651. Ditto, ditto, set of six, small size, in leather case, standard, com¬ 

plete. 6 50 

Ditto, Nichols, (see areometer, page 42 ) 

Hydrometer Jars, (see Cylinders Lipped.) 

6652. Hydrostatic Balance, with beam, pans and column of brass.$12 50 

See also Balances for taking specific gravity. 

3k 6653. Hygrometer, August's, on porcelain base, for estimating moisture. 12 00 

Hydrometer for Zinc solution, Edison's, 60 cte. to $1.00 


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6654. Hygrometer, Masons, plain ..$2 50 

6655. Ditto, Masons, Hicks’ make. . 5 00 

6656. Ditto, MitthofTs, round, German, small.. 2 76 

^ 6657. Ditto, ditto, ditto, medium.—8 00 Large. 12 00 

6658. Ditto, ditto, watch form in case. 12 00 

O#- 6658a. lee Machine System, Wegelin and Hilbner's, Ice produced by evaporation of 
ammonia, very simple, one filling w.ll last for years of continuous use, every¬ 
body can handle it. Complete with furnace. 

Machine No. 2 furnishes 4 lbs. of ice every 3 hours, price, rod iron.$150 00 

Rivetted. 125 Od 

Machine No. 4 furnishes 8 lbs. of ice every 5 hours, price, rod iron. 180 00 

Rivetted. 160 00 


O Ditto, water tank for each.12 00. Respectively.$15 00 







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6659. Ignition Bulb Tubes, hardest Bohemian glass. 5 in. 6 in. 

.20 .25 cts. 

^ 6660. Ditto, ditto, ditto, " “ “ “ .15 .20 cts. 

—^ 6661. Induction or ftuhmkorff Coil, with commutator and automatic break; on 
polished mahogany base, with condenser, of excellent make. 

Giving) J J J } 1J 1&2 34 6 in. spark. 

About \ 3 mm. 6 mm. 10 mm. 20 mm. 30 mm. 40mm. 50mm. 80 mm. 110 mm. 250 mm. 
Price, $4.00 7.00 10.00 21.00 32.00 38.00 40.00 60 00 85.00 100.00 


6662. Induction Wires, according to quality and insulating coat, from 1 cent to 20 
cents. For sizes, Bee Wires. 


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Infiisiou Pot, of agate ware, with agate covers. See Jars for Infusion. 

G663. Ditto, of porcelain, with wooden handle. 

J pint, 1 pint, 2 pints, 

$1 00 1 50 2 00 

Influence Machine, see Electric Machine, Holtz's. 

Ingot Moulds, (see Moulds.) 

6664. Jacket, of iron, for nse with one or several tube burners. 

Small.50 cts. Medium.60 eta. Large.75 cte, 

6665. Jackets, of glass, about 2 inches diameter. 

Length, 12 15 20 26 30 in. 

.35 .40 .66 .80 $1 00 each. 


J A.R8. 


Jars, anatomical, of new and improved style, see Anatomical Jan. 

6666 . Ditto, for Nessler’s ammonia test, of oolorless glass, with polished bottoms, 
selected in sets of 2, 3, 6, etc. 

Graduated to 50 CC. 100 OC. 50 and 100 CC. 50. 100 and 160 CC. 

.50 .80 . 75 $1 00 



66C4 6G69 6667 6668 


—£ 6667. Jars of glass, with glass cover. 

1 1 2 4 8 16 oz. 

Do*. .75 . 85 $1 20 1 GO 2 25 3 00 

—^ 6668. Ditto, of glass, flint or oolored glass, with nickel plated cover. 

Capacity, \ 1 2 4 8 16 os. 

.70 .90 $1 30 1 90 2 60 4 00 

—6669. Ditto, show jars, of glass, large, with glass oover, for powders, etc. 

} pt 1 pt 1 qt } gal. } 1 1} 2 4 5 10 gal. 

Height, 7 9 10 11 12} 14 15 17 22 in. 

.60 .70 .90 $1 10 1 25 1 60 1 75 2 00 4 00 4 60 6 75 


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% 6670. Jars, sectional. In three parts. 6£xl4} 5}xl4£ 4}xl4£ 

$2 00 1 70 1 25 

6671. Ditto, speoie, with japanned tin covers. 

Contents, £ 1, pint 1 quart. J 1 2 gals. 

.12 .15 .22 .28 .45 .75 cts. 

)j£ 6672. Ditto, inverted for specimens, collections and exhibition of chemicals, seeds, 
herbs, etc. } 1 pint 1 quart. } 1 2 gal. 

.16 . 20 .25 . 50 $1.00 1.75 

—% 6673. Jars, white ohina, with cover, so-called patch boxes. 

Contents, J J 1 2 4 8 16 ox. 

Perdoz. .70 .80 .90 $1 00 1 20 1 40 1 60 

Per gross, $8 00 9 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 16 00 18 00 

6674. Ditto, genuine porcelain, with covers, shelf jars, for apothecaries. 

Height, 3} 4* 51 64 

Diameter, 2} 3 3 j 4 m. 

Capacity, 4 8 16 32 cz. 

Price, .25 . 40 .60 . 80 cts. 

6675. Ditto, for infusions, of porcelain, with cover and wooden handle. See Infos. 6663. 



6678 6673 



6672 


6671 


6675a * 6670 6680 

6675a. Ditto, ditto, of agate ware, with water bath. 

Capacity, quart 3 pints. 1 gal. 

Price, $1 10 1 35 1 90 

6676. Ditto, of glazed earthenware, with cover and handles, very useful as slop jars, etc., 

in the laboratory. 

Contents. 1 2 3 5 gallons. 

.50 .75 $1 00 1 25 

Jars, graduated, (see Cylinders.) Jars, battery, (see Battery.) Jars, others, (see 
Cylinders.) Jars for decanting, (see Decanting Jars.) 

6677. JetS) of brass, for hydrogen, small.60 cts. 

^ 6678. Ditto, ditto, large..75 cts. 

6679. Ditto, ditto, with stop-cock and socket.$1 50 extra. 

Kipp’s Sulphuret Hydrogen Apparatus, (see Apparatus, Kipp’s for 

Generating.) 

6680. Kettles, for evaporation, of Agate ware. 

1 gal. 3 qts. 1 2 3 4 gals. 

Diameter, “7 81 9 114 13 mi*. 

Price, .40 .60 .70 $1 05 1 50 3 75 


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0^6681. Kettles, for melting Stearin, etc., round or flat bottom, only to order, 
breadth of rim us desired. Of superior German stoneware. 


Capacity, 6 12 20 25 30 38 gallons. 

Price, $3 75 5 50 7 50 9 25 11 GO 13 75 each. 

Capacity, 45 50 55 65 70 75 gallons. 

Price, $16 00 18 50 21 75 25 00 28 00 31 00 each. 

6682. Knives, for cutting corks, etc. 25 eta. 

6682a. Ditto, for cutting glass.75 cts. 


FERROUS SULPHATE 

PeS0 4 

6683 


6686 d 


6686a 


6686 c 


X 6683. Label Books, Including all the most used chemicals and re¬ 
agents; good paper, good printing, strip form, with name and latest formula, 
tables of atomic weights, etc., each book.40 cts. 


These Labels are gummed and perforated and ready to be placed on 
the bottle. The book is arranged so that the Labels can be re¬ 
moved without destroying the book. This is the most perfect Label 
Book ever published. 

% 6684. Labels, of glass, any description, black letters, in white, with gold rim, etc., for 
bottles up to 1 pint, 15 cents each, larger bottles, 20 and 25 cents, including the 
fastening. 

6685. If engraved or etched directly in the glass, from 25 to 75 cts. per label. 

6686 . Labels, paper, gummed, of any description. 

Shape, a bed 

Nos. 201, 209, 217. 229, 241. 263. 219, 259. 

Price per box, .12 .10 .9 .12 .8 .12 .10 .9 

Nos. 2001, 2002. 2C03, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007. 

Price per box, .30, .25 .50 .20 .40 . 40 30c. 


6681 


6684 


6686b 


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6687. Lactobutyrometer, Soxhleth’s, See figure 5191. complete, with wash bottles 

and support.. $30 00 

6688. LaetOSCOpe, according to Professor Feser, See figure 5313. complete. $3 40 

See also apparatus for the analysis of milk and Milk Tester. 

6689. Lactometers, Board of Health, each.50 cts. 

6689a. With thermometer. .$2 50 

3|£ 6690. Ladles, of iron, with pouring lip, for fusing metals, etc. 

Diameter, 2 2} 3 4 5 6 inches. 

.20 . 25 . 30 . 36 . 45 . 60 cts. 


LAMPS, 

FOR HEATING , ILLUMINATING , ETC\ 


6691. Lamps, alcohol, with ground cap, l>est German make, with wick and 
wick holder included, styles a and b. 

Contents, 1 2 4 6 8 oz. 

.30 .36 .40 .45 .60 cts. 

Jfc 6692. Lamps, alcohol, with ground cap, best German make, with side tubulation, wick 
and wick holder included, shape a and b .10 cts. higher. 

6692a. Ditto of best Bohemian glass, straight Bides, tubulated. Shape 
like 66916. 

Capacity, 2 oz. 4 oz. 6 oz. 8 oz. 

.45 . 50 . 60 . 80 cts. 



6697 


6695 


6691a 6693 


^ 6693. Ditto, for alcohol and oil, brass, of new and improved construction, with 
screw top. 

Capacity, 2 oz. 4 oz. 8 oz. 

.25 . 40 . 50 cts. 

6694. Ditto, ditto, porcelain, 4 oz. each.75 cts. 

6695. Ditto, Berzelius 9 , of improved construction, for alcohol and kerosene, giving 

more heat than any other alcohol lamp for general laboratory work, complete $4 00 

6696. Ditto, Rose’s, for heating crucibles with alcohol or kerosene, on brass stand, 

with 2 rings, chimney and polished wooden base, improved construction.. $6 00 

6697. Ditto, ditto, Mueller's modification . . 6 50 

6698. Ditto, alcohol Mitscherlich’s, the alcohol reservoir is of glass, and is placed distant 

from the burner, with one arm of brass, with iron ring and triangle to support a 
crucible over the flame.$7 50 


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6700a. 

6700b. 

6700o. 

6701. 


^ 6699. Lamp of brass, Lullllies. for decoctions and general laboratory work.. .$7 50 
•^K- 6700. Lamp, incandescent 

20 16 10 6 3 1 candle power. 

$2 75 2 50 2 25 1 50 1 50 1 50 

6700a. Stand for lamps. 1 00 

6700b. Lamps, electric, arc, plain. 8 00 

6700c. Ditto, ditto, with reflector.. .12 00 

6701. Lamps, illuminating, for gas, heavy brass base and rod, with iron 
bound clay cylinder and chimney, to be used with the polariscope $7 50 
Nickel plated.. 8 50 

— 6702. Ditto, ditto, for kerosene.9 00 

— 6703. Ditto, ditto, to bum gas, arranged with green shade and blue chimney for the 

microscope, complete.$10 00. Plated.$11 00 

— 6704. Ditto, ditto, double arm . 13 50. Plated. 15 00 

06705. Ditto, Hinks, new form, with triple gas burner, the best Polariscope Lamp 

known...15 0$ 

Q6705a. Ditto, for kerosene.160$ 


6706 6(399* 

Hie Perfection Study Lamp.— These lamps are claimed to be the perfection 
of mineral oil lamps for illumination. The burner is the invention of the Chief 


Mechanic of the United States Light-house Service. 

^—% 6706. Nickel plated, with chimney and shade, 7 in. shade, 20 candle power.$5 00 

— 6707. Polished brass, ditto, ditto. “ “ “ “ .4 U9 

— 6708. Extra large size, polished brass, ditto_ 10 in. shade, 25 candle power...... 6 75 

— 6709. “ “ nickel plAted, ditto . “ “ “ “ “ . 7 50 

— 6710. Double lamp, polished brass, shades, etc. 7 “ 40 “ “ . 8 00 

— 6711. Double lamp, nickel plated, shades, etc.. 7 40 “ .9 00 

Lamps for gas, (see Burners'. 


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— 6712. Lamp, double, brass, 10 in. shade, 50 candle power.$9 80 

6712a. Extra zincs.25 ots. 

— 6713. Ditto, ditto, nickel plated, 10 in. shade, 50 candle power.$10 $0 

— 6714. Lamps, Dobereiner’s Hydrogen (see Dobereiner’s Lamp), producing instantane¬ 

ously a hydrogen flame, plain.$3 50. Fancy.$5 0$ 

O 6715. lamp to burn Magnesium, with clockwork and reflector, (hand lamp, $2 50) 25 00 
67l5a. Ditto, Magnesium ribbon for same, per oz. 60 

6716. Ditto, for deriding perfumes, aldehyde, etc., of glass, with platinum sponge or 

spiral..$1 60 

6716a.Dangler Lamp, for gasolene, giving as perfect a flame as a gas-burner_$6 00 

6717. Lamp Plates, of porcelain, to put on lamp bases, each.$1 26 

6718. Lamp Wicks, for Berzelius' and Hose’s lamps, dozen.26 eta. 

6719. Ditto, ditto, for alcohol lamps, bundle..*5 cts r 

6720. Ditto, ditto, for blow-pipe lamp, dozen...20 ota. 

6721. The College Lantern, as used by Prof. Henry Morton, combines the ordinary 

magic lautern with the latter’s vertical lantern, complete.$260 0$ 

Lead Basket and Tripods, (Bee there.) 



673$ 6731 6732 


673$ 6731 6732 

6722. Lead Tray, for etching on glass. 

Diameter, 2 2J 3 3} 4 6 6 in. 

.20 .25 .30 .36 .4$ .$$ .76 cts. 

6723. Ditto, ditto, with iron jacket and Bunsen's Burner.$1 75 extra. 

6724. Leaf, Dutch gold, per book.15 ota. 

O 6725. Ditto, genuine gold, per book.40 cts. 

O 6726. Ditto, genuine silver, per book.20 cts. 

06727. Ditto, ditto, aluminium, per book.20 cts. 

6727a. Ditto, platinum, per sheet. .. 10 cts. 

6728. Lenses, magnifying, in fine rubber cases, single . 40 cts. 

6729. Ditto, ditto, double.00 cts. 

6730. Ditto, ditto, 3 glasses.80 cts. 

6731. Ditto, in brass casing.$1 0$ 

6732. Ditto, Coddington’s, very powerful, in brass oase, with handle, small. 1 50 

Large. 2 00 

For other Lenses, (see Supplement List, “Optics.") 

6733. Letters, of steel, for marking bullion, etc. 

1-16 | 3-16 1 5-16 | 7-16 } inch. 


$2 70 2 70 3 75 4 50 5 25 7 50 10 60 13 50 



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O 6734. Lightning Rods, (end parts of,) a heavy copper rod with solid platina point 

screwed on .$5 GO 

(Separate tips, 42 eta per gramme.) 


3k 6735. Levels, brass. 

3 

4 

5 inch. 


.50 

.60 

.70 eta 

3k 6736. Level, Iron Pocket, 

3 

5 

6 inch. 


.25 

.30 

.40 eta 


3k 6737. Level?, Brass, round, for bacterioscopical investigations.$2 60 

6738. Leveling Screws, for Prescription Balances, Bacterioscopical tables, etc. 

For 50 100 250 500 1,000 grm. balance. 

$1 20 1 40 1 60 2 00 2 30 each set. 

Lights to illuminate table, (see Burners.) 

3k 6739. Leyden Jars. } pt pint quart. 2 qta 1 gal. 

Price, $1 00 1 25 1 50 2 00 2 50 

6739a. The Jars only, uncovered, of Bohemian glass. 

} pint pint quart 2 qts. 1 gaL 
Each, .15 .20 .25 .35 .50 




O 6740. Litmus, in cubes.lb. 25 eta. 

6741. Litmus Paper, blue and red, quire.80 cts. 

Litre Flasks, (see Flasks, volumetric.) 

6742. Magnesium, ribbon -55 eta.Wire, ounce, 90 

6743. Ditto, powder and ingot.ounce, 50 

3k 6744. Magnets, of steel, straight, 5 6 8 10 in. 

.60 . 70 . 80 $1 00 

3k 6746. Ditto, horse shoe, best English, very powerful. 

2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 inches. 

.10 .15 .25 .40 .60 $1 00 1 50 2 00 

6746. Ditto, compound, horse shoe, 4 4 4 ban. 

6 8 10 inch. 

$4 00 6 00 10 00 

—3k6747. Ditto » ®l«ctK>. 5 20 40 60 Ohms. 

$2 00 2 25 2 25 2 75 

3k 6748. Ditto, electro, for school use, in wooden frame, size of magnet : 

6 8 10 12 inches long. 

$8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 

3k 6749. Magnetic Needles, on stand. $1 26 


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6749a. Magnifiers or Reading glasses, rubber frame and wood handle. 

No. 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 

Size of glass, 1$ 1| 2 2$ 2} 2} 3 3$ 3} 3} 4 in. diam. 

.50 . 60 .70 .80 .90 $1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 

6749b. Marine glue, bard, lb.$2 60. Ounce.20 cts. 

Magnetism, (see Physical Apparatus, Supplement List) 
Magneto-Electricity, (see Physical Apparatus, Supplement List.) 

O Magnet, natural, Lode Stone, per lb. $1 50 

Magdeburg Hemispheres, of brass, (see Appendix, Physical Apparatus.) 

6750. Manometer, or Pressure Syphon, concentric, according to Sohiele, used in gas 


works. Length, 12 

Plain, $1 00 

Graduated into inches or cubic centim. 2 00 

9£6751. Manometer or Mercury Gauge, with movable 

scale on support..$5 00 

With glass stop-cock.. 7 00 

6751a. Small Manometer, with or without gauge, to 

order from. .$1 00 to 4 00 

See also Gauges for pressure, vacuum, etc. 

6752. Marsh’s Apparatus, for detection of arsen¬ 
ic, on polished wooden stand, (see also Ap¬ 
paratus for arsenic determination.).$2 20 

^ 6753. Mattrasses, of hard Bohemian glass. 

Each.10 cts. 

6754. Ditto, ditto, for blow-piping, German glass. 

Dozen .30 cts. 


16 inches. 

1 25 each. 

2 25 each. 



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6755. Measures, folding, divided accurately in inches, centimeters and 

fractions* 0 , of hard wood, with caliber extension of brass.60 cts. 

6, of ivory, in German silver frame, inches and centimeters. .$2 60 
^ 6756. Measuring Tape, steel, inches and centimeters, German silver case. 

3 feet, 6 feet, 12 feet 

$1 60 2 25 3 50 

—6757. Measuring Tape, steel, inches only. 25 50 100 feet 

$5 15 8 30 14 50 


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— 6758. Measuring Tape, metallic, 


—* 6759. Measures of tin. Contents, 

— 6759a. Ditto, ditto, extra heavy, 

Q* 5760. Measures, seamless of agate 
* } pint pint 

.45 .55 

O 5761. Measures, of copper. 

i pt 4 pt 1 pt 
.40 .55 .70 





25 

50 

100 feck 





$2 00 

2 85 

4 50 


J 

% 

.20 


1 qt 
.30 

i 

1 2 3 

.55 

5 gals. 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.50 

.65 

.80 $2.00 3.00 

4.00 

ware. 







quart \ gaL 1 gaL 

.75 $1 00 1 55 


2 pt J gaL 1 gal. 2 gaL (withbaiL) 
.85 $1 25 1 85 4 25 


Measures and JtlgS 9 of lead, for sulphuric, hydrofluoric acid, etc., to order. 


Other Measures, (see Graduates.) 



6765 6768 


* 6762. 

* 6763. 
6764. 

* 6765. 

6766. 

6767. 

*6768. 
— 6769. 


—* 6770. 


Mercury Troughs, porcelain, form like a cross, capacity 6 lbs. mercury . 90 ct«. 

Ditto, ditto, usual form, capacity about 8 lbs. mercury.$100 

Ditto, ditto, usual form, capacity about 16 lbs. mercury. 1 50 

Ditto, ditto, Bunsen's, of wood, with two glass sides, the whole wooden base, with 

movable support for the eudiometer, complete.$7 75 

Ditto, ditto, all wood. 1 50 

Ditto, ditto, of cast iron, set in mahogany case, large size, according to Griffin 

Price. 9 00 

Ditto, ditto, with flasks to measure the volume of gases.. 7 50 

Medicine Chest, with ten 2 oz. square stoppered bottles, 2-1 oz. patent poison 
bottles, tray containing boxes, etc., outside dimensions, 4}x5£x6}. A very useful 

traveling re-agent, price. $2 50 

Ditto, Ditto, large size, containing 16-2 oz. bottles, etc., prioe. . 4 00 


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MICROSCOPES. 

Manufactured by the well-known firm, BAUSCH A LOMB OPTICAL CO. f 

of Roohester. 


Sold at the manufacturers’ original prioes. We also import Microscopes for Uni¬ 
versities and Colleges, duty free at manufacturers original prices, viz: Zeiss. 
Jena, Sohmidt & Haensoh, Berlin, etc., etc. 



N. B,—For Zeiss’ Microscopes, etc., see page 297. 


6762 


OK 6781. No. 400. The compaot Dissecting and mounting Microscope, with neat case . $12 06 


Compound Erecting Body. 12 00 

Hand Bests, as shown in cat.. 2 00 

Arm for Lenses, with joint in place of single arm... 1 00 

Single Lenses, of f, J or J inoh focus, each. . 1 50 

Coddington Magnifiers, 1 inch, } or J inch foous, each. 4 00 

Achromatic Triplets, giving large flat field with beautiful definition, 1 inoh, 

J or J inch focus, each. 9 00 


FAMILY MICROSCOPE. 


O* 6782. No. 605A. Stand, with any of our Huvghenian eye-pieces, in upright polished case 

with handle and lock, and receptacle for objectives and eye-pieces.$16 00 

No. 505B. Stand as above, with rack and pinion for coarse adjustment. 23 00 

No. 506B. No. 505B. with 1 inch and \ inoh “Special” Objectives, magnifying 
power 80 to 375 diametres. . .$37 00 


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HARVARD MICROSCOPE. 



Q)|£ 6783. No. 515 A, with one eye-piece, in handsome polished case.$27 00 

No. 515 B, with rack and pinion for coarse adjustment . $35 00 

No. 516, No. 515 A, with eye-pieces A (No. 700) or C (No. 702) ob¬ 
jectives, j inch (No. 605) and J (No. 610 or 611); magnifying pow¬ 
er 46 to 385 diameter.. $06 00 

No. 517. No. 516 A, with rack and pinion, same outfit as above 55 00 
For magnifying power, see below. 


6783 


UNIVERSAL MICROSCOPE. 


6784. This is as its name implies 
an instrument which is uni¬ 
versal in its application to 
all microscopic work, a very 
large and substantial in 
strument equally useful to 
the Chemist, mi neralogist 
Physician, Botanist, etc. etc. 

In this instrument the maker 
claims to have reached a 
higher degree of perfection 
than is possessed by any one 
approximating it in price. 
It combines, in a moderate- 
price instrument the fea¬ 
tures of a first-class and 
high-price stand, at no sacri¬ 
fice of its working qualities. 


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No. 545. Stand, with any of our Huyghenian eye-pieces, in polished case with 
handle and lock, drawer for accessories and receptacles for eye-pieces and objec¬ 
tives . $55 00 

No. 546. The above with eye-pieces A (No. 700) and O (No. 702), the latter with 
slot for miorometer; objectives £ inch (No. 605) and 1-5 (No. 610 or 611), camera 
lucida, eye-piece micrometer, pliers, slides and oovers; magnifying powers 35 to 

600 diameters.$80 00 

No. 547. No. 546, with new sub-stage condenser (No. 1017). 97 00 

No. 548. No. 546, with mechanical stage No. 1052 in place of the revolving stage. 

Prica.$97 00 

Either of the above with improved glass stage and slide-carrier, which fastens to 

the brass stage, extra. $5 00 

Either of the above when double nose-piece is ordered with it, extra.5 00 

Either of the above with rack and pinion adjustment to the sub-stage, extra. .15 00 
Either of the above with centering adjustments &y micrometer screws to either 
stage or sub-stage, extra for each..$15 00 

PROFESSIONAL MICROSCOPE. 

O 6785. This instrument possesses all the features which experience and knowledge of the 
wants of the public have been able to suggest 
No. 560. Stand, with any two of our Huyghenian eye-pieces, in polished case with 
drawer, receptacles for eye-pieces and objectives, handle, lock and key. .$135 00 
No. 561. The above with eye-pieces A (No. 700), B (No. 701), 0 (No. 702), D (No. 
703), either of the latter two with slot for miorometer; objectives 2 inch (No. 
602), 4 (No. 605), 1-5 (No. 610 or 611), £ (No. 612), camera lucida, eye-piece mi¬ 
crometer, pliers, slides and covers; magnifying powers 25 to 980 diameters. 

Price. $185 00 

No. 562. No. 561, with new sub-stage No. 1017.$200 00 

No. 563. No. 561, with mechanical stage No. 1055, in place of the rotating one with 

glass-stage and slide-carrier.$215 00 

To. 564. No. 562, with mechanical stage No. 1055, in place of that accompanying 

the instrument. $230 00 

0 6786. No. 6784 and No. 6785, will also be furnished as binocular instruments at the fol¬ 
lowing rates: 

No. 545. Universal Stand, with binocular body, one pair of eye-pieces.$75 00 

No. 546. Universal Microscope complete, with binocular body, two pair of eye¬ 
pieces. $105 00 

No. *>60. Professional Stand, with binocular body, adjustment by rack and pinion, 

one pair of eye-pieces. . $176 00 

No. 561. Professional Microscope complete, with binocular body, adjustment by 
rack and pinion, two pair of eye-pieces, and extra C. and D., one arranged with 
micrometer.$225 00 



6787-6788 


OBJECTIVES. 

O* 6787. Student Series. 

Number, 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 

Focus, inch, 4 3 2 1J 1 J } 4-10 \ J 1-5 1-5 J 1-12 

Angular ap. 6° 90 12° 16° 20° 27° 42° 70° 75° 100° 75° 110° 115° 130° 

Non-adjust 41 44 44 “ 44 44 44 44 44 41 44 44 44 44 

Price, $6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 8.00 9.00 13,4)0 14.00 14.00 16.00 15.00 18.00 24.00 
O 6788. First-Class Series. 

Number, 610 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 

Focus, inch, 4 3 2 1} 1 J 4-10 J 

Angular appar. 12° 16° 22° 32° 45° 98° 110° 140° 

Adj’tm’t, Non-odj’tble, 44 44 44 44 Adj’tble, 44 i,: 

Price, $18.00 18.00 18.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 34.00 40.00 


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6789. Huygheiiian Eye-pieces* 


700 

701 

702 

703 

704. 

2 

n 

1 

} 

} inch. 

A 

B 

G 

D 

E 

$4.00 

4.00 

4.00 

4.00 

4.00 


1 inch or J inch arranged with slot to receive micrometer, covered by ring to ex¬ 
clude light, eye lens being adjustable for focus, with micrometer, extra . $1 75 

When 2 inch or 1} inch are desired with micrometer, No. 1052 is applied. 

O 6790. No. 1051, Micrometer, eye-piece, mounted on rubber slide.$1 

06791. No. 1057, 44 11 disk fitted to any eye-piece. 1 

Schedule of Magnifying power. 

O 6792. No. 1042, Lamp with Bull's-eye lens, 2} inches diameter...$10 

6793. No. 1043, Fiddian’s portable, in case.15 

O 6794. No. 1044, Lamp shade, black, with sido opening to fit over chimney. 

Other lamps, see Lamps. 


6795 6793 6798-99 


6795. No. 1207, Gapped Bottles for holding mounting fluids, with glass rod or pipette, $0 50 

6796. No. 1212, Watch Glasses, per dozen.50 

o* 6797. No. 1213, Watch Glasses, Syracuse Solid. 

No. 1, Unground Edges, each .15 cents. In set of six.66 ots. 

No. 2, Ground and polished edges, each. .20 cents. In set of six.$1 00 

No. 3, 44 “ “ and concaves.85 cents. In set of six.4 65 

% 6798. No. 1219, Mounting Stand, with lamp and sand bath, .(for gas $3 50). 2 00 

O* 6799. No. 1220* Glass Spirit Lamp, with cover, No. 1, 3-16 inch burner.75 eta. 

41 44 44 “ 2,1 44 44 . 90 eta. 

See figure 6798. 

O 6800. No. 1225, Dissecting Knives. 14 different styles, eaoh.75 ots. 

O 6801. No. 1226, 44 Needles, straight or bent..15 cts. 

6802. No. 1227, 44 Needle Holder, with clamp.50 ots. 

6803. No. 1228, “ Scissors, assorted, straight or bent.$1 50 


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MICROSCOPIC SLIDES. 

Imported English, best quality. 

6801 No. 1300, Glass Slips, 3x1 inch, cnt edges, % gross packages, per dozen, 15 cts., 

per gross..$1 30 

6804a. No. 1301, Glass Slips, 3x1 in. ground, per doz. 25 cts. per gross $2 OO 
O No. 1302, 44 “ 3x1 “ “ 9 oz., extra thin, per doz., 40 eta. 

per gross . .$3 26 

O No. 1306, Glass Slips, 3x1 inch, with concave centers, ground edges, per doz. 1 00 


MICROSCOPIC COVERS. 


6806. In squares, put up, J oz. in box. 

Diameters, J 9-16 f 11-16 | i inch. 

No. 1, quality, any size, per doz. 25 cts. per oz..$2 50 

No. 2, “ 44 44 20 44 44 . 2 OO 

No. 3, “ “ 44 18 4 “ . 1 00 

6806. In circles, put up, } oz. in box. 

Diameters. } 9-16 § 11-16 } i inch. 

No. 1, quality, any size, per doz. 30 cts. per oz..$3 50 

No. 2, 44 41 “ 25“ 44 . 2 50 

No. 3, 44 44 44 20 44 44 . 2 00 


O 0807. Mounting Materials, of best quality. (See also our special Gnibler's list) 


No. 1323, Absolute Alcohol, Dr. Squibbs’, per 

bottle.$ .25 

No. 1324, Benzole, pure, per bottle.25 

No. 1325, Canada Balsam, paper filtered, in 

flexible tubes, each.25 

No. 1326, Canada Balsam, with benzole, re¬ 
quires no heat, per bottle.50 

No. 1327, Canada Balsam, with chloroform, 

per bottle.60 

No. 1828, Canada Balsam, with xylol, requires 

no heat, per bottle.60 

No. 1329, Damar Balsam, per bottle.50 

No. 1330, Deane’s Medium, per bottle... .35 

No. 1331, Farrant's Medium, per bottle.. .60 

No. 1332, Glycerine, pure, per bottle .25 
No. 1333, Glycerine, camphorated, for delicate 

vegetable tissues, per bottles.25 

No. 1334, Glycerine, Jelly.50 

No. 1336, Oil of Cloves per bottle.40 

No. 1336, Smith's New Mounting Medium, re¬ 
fractive index, 1.7, per bottle.75 

No. 1337, Smith's New Mounting Medium, re¬ 
fractive index, 2.0, per bottle. 1 00 

No. 1338, Asphalt, per bottle.25 

No. 1339, Asphalt, quick drying, per. hot. .35 

No. 1340, Bell’s Cement, per bottle.50 

No. 1341, Brown’s Transparent Rubber Ce¬ 
ment, per bottle.35 

No. 1342, Brunswick Black, per bottle... .25 

No. 1343, Gold Size, per bottle.25 

No. 1344, Hollis’Glue, per bottle.30 

No. 1345, King’s Amber Cement, transparent, 

with directions, per bottle..25 

No. 1346, King’s White Cement, transparent 
with directions, per bottle.25 


No. 1347, King’s Lacquer Cell and Finish, 
Scarlet, with directions, per bottle. . 25 

No. 1348, King’s Lacquer Cell and Finish, 

Blue, witn directions.50 

No. 1349, Marine Glue, hard, per box... .35 
No. 1350, 44 44 fluid, per bottle. .35 

No. 1361, 44 44 colorless, 44 .40 

No. 1362, White Zinc Cement, 44 .60 

No. 1353, Ammonia Carmine, Beale’s 44 .25 

No. 1354, Borax Carmine.. 44 .26 

No. 1355, Piero . 44 .25 

No. 1356, Aniline, Blue. 44 .25 

No. 1367, 44 Green.. 44 .26 

No. 1358, 44 Red. 44 .25 

No. 1359; 44 Violet. 44 .25 

No. 1360, Methyl, Bine. 44 .26 

No. 1361, 44 Green. 44 .25 

No. 1362, Eosin. 44 .25 

No. 1363, Haematoxylin. 44 .25 

No. 1364, Sulphindigotate of soda... 44 .25 

No. 1865, Burrill’s Stain, for Bacillus Tuber¬ 
culosis, with directions, per bottle. .35 

No. 1866, Gentian Violet . 41 .40 

No. 1367, Bismark Brown. 44 .22 

No. 1368, Osmio Acid, 1-32 oz., glass capsule, 

per bottle. 3 00 

No. 1369, Carmine Injecting Gelatine. Dr. 

Seiler’s, per oz. 1 00 

No. 1370. Aniline Oil, pure, for use in prep¬ 
aration of Bacillus Tuberculosis.. .25 

No. 1371, Paraffine, pare, for imbedding, per 

pound.... .50 

No. 1372, Celloidine, 1 oz. box. 1 00 

No. 1373, Stannous Chloride in Glycerine 
Jelly.... .60 


Labels for Slides, (See Labels.) 

Gruebler’s Preparations, see Special List* 


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O 6808. No. 1528, Portable Cabinet, Pillsbury’s, containing 10 boxes for 200 slides. 

Price.$3 00 

OSK 6809. No. 1529, Portable Cabinet, Pillsbury’s, containing 20 boxes for 500 slides... 4 00 
The Piil8bnry Cabinet consists of a finely polished cherry case, containing ten or 
twenty boxes, grooved on the inside, to receive twenty-five slides each, and pro¬ 
vided with a lock. When the boxes are in place in the cabinet, the slides lie 
horizontally, thus avoiding all liability of damage to slides in top. 

O The top of each box, as placed in the oabinet, is provided with an index, and on 
the bottom of the box, inside, is a corresponding number to show the proper 
location of each slide. If a cabinet is not required, the boxes may be used 
singly, as a simple rubber band serves to hold the cover securely in place. 
They are of plain white wood, neatly finished. (See No. 6808.) Each .. 15 cts. 



6810 


0)^6810. No. 1656, Photo-Micro Camera, with one double plate holder.$18 00 

No. 1657, Amplifiers, for increasing one-half the size of image.. 4 00 

No. 1658, “ 14 double “ " . 7 50 

No. 165o, Plane and concave mirror for sunlight . 4 00 

No. 1660, Stereoscopic Attachment, Dr. Devron’s . . 3 00 


This is a valuable accessory for obtaining stereoscopic images of microscopic ob¬ 
jects. It consists of a nose-piece to which the objective is attached, and is pro¬ 
vided with a sliding shutter. 

No. 1661, Photo-Micro Camera, same as No. 1655, with extensible bellows, giving 
picture 6}x8}, and one double plate holder.$38 00 

See also Supplemental Catalogue. 


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03£ 6811. Microscope, for mineralogists and botanists. The lenses may be used either 
singly or together, are well made, and are provided with a proper diaphragm, 
which secures distinctness of definition. They give a range of power of from 
five to thirty diameters (twenty-five to nine hundred times the surface), the 
first being admirably adapted to the examination of minerals, textile fabrics, 
the larger parts of flowers, insects, etc., while the latter is sufficiently power¬ 
ful to enable the student to dissect flowers, and examine their more minute 
structure with great efficiency. Under good management this microscope 
shows the individual corpuscles in the blood of the frog, and will exhibit 
very clearly and beautifully the circulation in the foot of this animal. 


1. With two lenses, net. . .$2 60 

2. With three lenses, net.2 76 

3. Set of hard rubber slides, with openings of different kinds to serve as linen 

proven, net..26 cts. 

See also Lenses. 

6812. Microscopic Objects, furnished to order at original prices, according to special list 

3 |£ 6613. Milk Tester, Professor Heeren’s color test, very practical.50 cts. 

6814. Ditto, ditto, Professor Feser's lactoscope, complete in box, see fig. 6313..... $4 00 
For other Milk Testing Instruments, see Apparatus for. 


6811 6815 

—% 6815. Mills, small, for grinding drugs, vegetables, etc., to be analyzed. 

Small, 10} in. high.$3 CO. Medium, 15 in. high.$5 00 

Large, 20 in. high..$10 00 

Minerals, Metallurgical and othen, in collections or single specimens, furnished to 
any extent; also sets of specimens to illustrate the physical characters, as Hard¬ 
ness, Fusibility, Clearage, Twin Crystallization, Structure, Pseudomorphism, 
Aggregation and Fracture, etc. 

See also our special list of Chemicals and Minerals. 

Mineralogical Hammers, (see Hammers.) 

6816. Millimeter Tubes, absolute, correct for polarization apparatus, 100 milli. and 


200 milli. dozen.. .$12 00 

6817, Ditto, ditto, ditto, mounted, with caps, plates, washers, etc., each. 3 50 


Minim Glasses, (see Graduates.) Minim Pipettes, (see Pipettes.) 


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^ 6818. Mixing Capsules, brass, Plattner’s, niokel plated. 20 cts. 

6819. Ditto, ditto, gilded.45 eta. 

6820. Ditto, ditto, horn.15 cts. 

6821. Ditto, ditto, large, of Russian iron.40 cts. 

% 6822. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of oopper. Small.75 cts. Large:. $100 

Mixing Jars, (see Cylinders.) 

— 6823. Models, of precious stones, 21 pieoes in box, showing the crystallisation, catting 

and oolor of the respective gem.$15 00 

Models of Crystals, (see Collections.) 

6824. Models, technological, architectural, machinery, etc., etc., imported to order. 
Mohr's Burettes, Balances, Clamps, Pinch-cocks, Pipettes, Potash Bulbs, Scales, 

(see there.) 

6825. Mordanted Cloth, for dyeing experiments, per yard.$1 50 

MORTAR& 


6826. Moeller, Robertson's, of malleable iron.small, $7 50. large, $10 00 

^ 6827. Mortars, agate, with pestles, of superior quality. 

Diam. 1 1} 1J 1) 1} 1| 1} 1} 2 2} 2} 2{ in. 

.75 $1 00 1 20 1 25 1 30 1 35 1 50 1 75 1 85 2 00 2 25 2 50 

Diam. 2} 2| 2} 2$ 3 3$ 3$ 3| 3} 3| 3) 3} in. 

$2 75 3 00 3 25 3 50 3 75 4 00 4 50 5 00 5 50 6 00 6 50 7 00 

Diam. 4 4} 4} 4} 4} 4f 4} 4} 5 5$ 5} 5J 6 in. 

$7 50 8 00 8 50 9 00 9 50 10 00 10 50 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 17 00 20 00 

6828. Ditto, ditto, mounted in polished wooden base, pestle with wooden handle. 


Price...$1 00 to 1 50 extra. 

Handle only.50 cts. to $1 00 



% 6829. Ditto, diamond, of hardest steel, Plattner’s form, regular size, of superior make. 

Price.$4 00 

.. ...c 00 


6830. Ditto, ditto, large size. 

% 6831. Ditto, ditto, Deed’s form. 

6832. Ditto, brass, with pestle. 

Contents, 1 pint, 
$4 00 


1 quart, 
5 00 


2 00 


Contents, 

Diameter, 


1 2 

2 24 

.25 .28 


Dimensions, 


i 

4x4 

.30 


1 

5x5 

.40 


3 4 

8 oz. 

1 pt. 

1 qt 

34 3| 


6 } 

7 

.30 .40 . 50 . 65 

ore; well made, urn shape. 

.85 $1 

2 pints, 

i 

1 

2 ga ls. 

6 x6 

7 x6$ 

8 x8$ 

11 x10 in. 

.50 

.75 

$1 40 

2 00 


ig* L 

8 in. 


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^ 6835. Mortars, Iron, heavier, bell shape. 

1 1 2 pts. } 1 2 # 3 4 gals. 

Dimensions, 4Jx3 4*x4 5}x5 6|x6 8x7 10}x9 121x111 13Jxl21 in. 

.U) .40 .60 $1 00 1 50 2 75 4 60 5 60 

6836. Ditto, chilled, eqnal to steel, specially made for powdering hard ores, Spiegel, etc., 

with extra large pestles. 

Capacity, 3 gals. 2 gals. 1 g&L 

Size, 121X111 101x9 8x7 in. 

Price, $7 00 5 00 4 00 

6837. Ditto, small size for the laboratory table, abont 7 inches sqnare, with 5 inch bowl, 

pestle inolnded.$7 50 

6838. Ditto, extra heavy shape, like Wedgewood Mortars, very excellent for grinding, 

heavy pestle, sold by the weight, from 7 to 9 cents a pound. 

Sizes 4}x3 6x3} 7x4} 9x5 11x6 131x7 in. 

6839. Ditto, porcelain, best German make, with plain pestle, the larger sizes 

provided with wood handle, rough inside, glazed outside. Shallow form. 


No. 

8 

7 

6 

5 


4 

3 

2 

1 

Diameter, 

21 

21 

2i 

31 


4 

*1 

51 

6 in. 

Each, 

.25 

.30 

.35 

.40 


.50 

65 

.85 

$1 00 

No. 0 

00 

000 

4.0 

6.0 

6.0 

7.0 

ao 

9.0 

10.0 

Diameter, 6} 

71 

81 


101 

HI 

121 

14 

15 

16 in. 

Each, $1.20 

1.50 

09 

2.20 

2.80 

3.50 

4.50 

5 50 

6 50 

7 00 



6845-6846 6835 6844 6841 6839 


6840. Ditto, of German porcelain, for mixtures, glazed inside and outside, with 


lip and pestle. Deep form. 

No. 4 3 2 1 0 00 000 

Diameter, 3} 4 5 5J 6 7 8 in. 

.45 .60 .80 .90 $1 10 1 40 1 75 

o* 6841. Ditto, with pestle, of German acid proof stone ware. 

16 inches diameter, $3 50. 19 inches diameter, $5 00. 

6842. Ditto Wedgewood, pestle, with wooden handle. 

No. 0000 000 00 0 1 2 3 4 

Diameter, 3 3J 3£ 4 4} 5 6 6J 

Each, .35 .45 .50 .55 .60 .75 $1 00 1 25 

No. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

Diameter, 7 8 8J 9J 1QJ 12 13 14 in. 

Each, $1 50 1 75 2 00 3 00 3 75 4 50 5 00 6 00 

6843. Ditto, second quality. ...20 % less. 

6844. Ditto, of German porcelain, labeled: Poison, Opium, Asafcetida, Iodoform, Un- 

guentum, etc. . .$1 25 

o* 6846. Motor, hydraulic, the smallest motor known, very valuable for the laboratory 
where a good water pressure is available. No. 1, 7 inch diameter, will run a 

small stirrer for evaporations, etc., etc .. .... $15 00 

O* 6846. Ditto, 8 inch diamet r, will run a large stirrer, a blower for the blast lamp, 
gig saws, mills, etc., etc . .. .. 35 00 


6847. Larger sizes, for ore crushers, lathes. «...$100 00 to 200 00 


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£ 6848. Moulds, for ingots, to take apart, plate, 4J tn.x2 in.xj in.$1 50 

8849. Ditto, plate, 6J,in.xl{ in.xj in. 9 00 

X 885a Ditto, for ingots, new form, small, 7{X |X1 in., $1 00 Large, 8}x3xl in. 1 50 

Ditto, for oupels, see Cupel Moulds. 

^ 8851. Ditto, for pouring of iron, California pattern for doable assay.$1 00 

6852. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of copper, with 16 cavities. 9 00 

8853. Ditto, for scorifibations, of iron, 6 round holes.80 efts. 

£6854. Ditto, " 44 “ 9 •• “ .9© ets. 

8855. Ditto, 44 14 M 12 44 44 .$2 00 

£8858. Ditto, 44 44 44 oonical, 3 holes. 100 



6859 


6848 


6854 


O# 6867. Ditto, Fletcher’s, for obtaining ingots of gold, silver, eta, rapidly without the use 


of a faro ace. 

Melting arrangement, with both wire and plate moulds.$3 25 

Stand for melting arrangement. 1 00 

Wire moulds. 1 25 

Plate moulds. . 1 25 

Extra carbon crucible, without slides, per doz. 1 00 

“ 44 11 with 44 44 . 1 75 

0£ 3858. Blow-pipe, specially designed for use with the above ingot mould. The air jet is 

{-inch bore, and requires a supply from a foot-blower, price.$2 25 

0£ 8859. Ditto, new form, No. 8d, melting arrangement. 3 00 

Ingot mould if ordered separately.. 1 25 

8860. Mouthpiece 9 for the Blow-pipe, large, trumpet, of hard rubber.30 ets. 

6861. Ditto, ditto, round. .25 ets. 

8862. Ditto, ditto, flat.25 ets. 


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MUFFLES. 


^ 6863. a and b. Muffles, to fit the E. & A**s, Rickett’s, Battersea and Cali¬ 
fornia assay Furnaces* These are the strongest and most durable muffles 
made. 


Outside measure. 

Length. 

Width. 

Heighth. 

singly. 

Price per doz. 

No. A. 

7 in. 

3i 

in. 

2} in. 

.50 

$5 25 

B, 

7} “ 


a 

2} “ 

.60 

6 76 

c, 

8 •• 


<< 

3 •« 

.70 

8 25 

D, 

8} “ 

5 

<< 

3} “ 

.80 

9 76 

E. 

9 “ 

5 } 

« 

3} " 

.90 

10 50 


10 “ 

6 

n 

4 « 

$1 00 

12 00 

G, 

11 " 

4 

a 

3} “ 

.80 

900 

H, 

10} “ 


a 

3} “ 

.85 

10 00 

J. 

12 " 

6 

a 

4 “ 

1 00 

12 00 

K, 

14 " 

8 

n 

5 

1 50 

18 00 

L. 

15 “ 

9 

n 

6 “ 

1 65 

19 50 

M. 

18 “ 

14 

a 

7} “ 

4 60 

50 00 


—6864. Ditto, School of Mines, Columbia College size. 

Outside measure. Length, Width, Height 

4 in. X 5} in. X 11 in. ..Each, $1 10_Dozen, $12 50. 

Outside measure. Length, Width, Height, 

4} in. X 6} in. X 11 in..Each, $1 30_Dozen, $15 00. 

O 6865. Muffles for Ho. la, 4}xllx3 in. No. 2, 5xl0}x4 in. No. 3, 4x8x2} in. 


Hibb’s assay furnace. 

$1 25 

1 25 

1 50 


85 ots. 

No. 4, 9x17x6 in. 


. .$2 75. 

No. 4a, 12x17x6 in 


.$3 60 

Inside measurement 



9£*6866. Ditto, French clay. 






No. 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Width, 3} 

3* 

3* 

6 

5i 

6 in. 

Length, 4 

5 

6 


n 

8} in. 

Height, 3 

3 

3i 

3J 

3| 

4} in. 

Each, .40 

.40 

.60 

.60 

.70 

$1 00 


Muffles of any size, of best material to order within 20 days; at reasonable rates. 


6863a 6863b 6866 

* 6867. Nickel foil* 0,06 mm.$3 50 0,15 mm.$2 60 per lb. 

Nessler’s Jars* (see Jars for Nessler’s color test) Needles* Magnetic, (see 
Magnetic Needle.) 

Nicholson’s Hydrometer* (see Areometer).$2 0$ 

— 6868. Nippers* steel, for breaking off small pieoes from ores, etc. Plattner’s genuine, 

nickel plated .$1 50 

6869. Ditto, ditto, English make.....1 0$ 

6870. Ditto, for holding buttons, black, 50 ots. Nickel plated.75 ots. 

— 6871. Ditto, black, steel, best quality 

4 in. 5 in. 6 in. 8 in. 

.50 .75 .85 $1 00 

6872. Ditto, side cutting, with plier, (see pliers). 



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6873. Nitrogen Bulbs, 3 bulbs. Will & Varrentrapp, a and b .35 eta. 

^ 6874. Ditto, ditto, 4 bulbs.40 cte. 

6874a. Ditto, ditto, with small thistle funnel on end to fill.extra, 15 cte. 

6876. Ditto, ditto, W. & V., improved by Fresenius, for direct titration.55 cte. 

6876. Ditto, ditto, Vollhard’s, improved, A.55 eta B.60 eta 

6877. Ditto, ditto, French pattern.each, 38 cte. 

Nitrometer, (see Azotometer.) 



6873a 


— 6877a. Normal, — instruments of most superior workmanship, as Flasks, Cylinders, 

Hydrometers, Burettes, Pipettes, Thermometers, etc., furnished to order. 

6878. Note book.10 to 25 eta 

— 6878a Numbers, of steel, for marking bullion, see figures. 

6879. Oleometer, for rich or fat oils, with thermometer enolosed.. $1 50 

6880. Oil Reservoir, Plattner’s, for safe transportation of oil for b.ow-pipe lamp, $1 00 

6881. Ozonometer, Siemen’s, small. $3 60. Large. 5 00 

—% 6882. Oil Tester, as adopted by N. Y. State Board of Health, and 
made by E. & A., standard of N. Y. State, Iowa, New Jersey, 
Michigan, and in general use everywhere, with correct ther¬ 


mometer, arranged for oil lamp .$6 50 

Arranged with Bunsen’s burner, for gas. 50 eta. extra. 


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—* 6883. Oil Tester, Abel’s, the one adopted by the German government as standard, 

complete with barometer. ..$75 00 

(Imported to order only.) 

* 6884. Ditto, ditto, Engler*s, Heumann’s modification with thermometer igniting flash 

byelectrio spark.$12 00 

Oxygen Retorts, (see Retorts of Copper.) Oxyhy dric Blow-pipe, (see 
Blow-pipes.) Orsat’s Apparatus, (see Apparatus for Gas Analysis.) 

* 6885. Overflow Pipette, plain.$1 50 with ground cup.$2 50 

O* 6886. Pails, for laboratory waste, of agateware, with'cover. 

2 gaL 3 gal. 4 gal. 

$1 20 1 50 2 10 


6884 6883 6886 


* 6887. Palladium Tube, Hempel's, for H absorption, filled.2 00 

Palette Knives, (see Spatulas.) 

6888. Pans, horn, for hand-scales. Eaoh pair, with green silk strings. 

Diameter, 1 2 2} 3 3* 4 4} 5 inch. 

Price, .25 .35 .50 .CO .80 $1 00 1 20 1 50 

6889. Ditto, ditto, for saddle scales. 

Small.35ots Medium.50 cts. Large.GO cts. 

*6890. Ditto, rubber, for Mohr’s balances, diameter 5 inch, per pair. $1 00 

Ditto, of Russian sheet iron, etc., for gold washing, (see Gold Pans). 

Paper Filtering, (see Filtering Paper.) • 

6891. Paper, white, glazed, black or colored, quire. .40 cts. 

6892. Ditto, Litmus, blue and red, quire.75 cts. 

6893. Ditto, parchment, for dialysing and capping, light and heavy, per lb.60 cts. 

6894. Ditto, turmeric and other test papers, as Brazil-wood, logwood, and iodide potash, 

etc., etc., quire. (See also Test Papers.). .. . .... $1 00 

6895. Ditto, Japanese, quire. .30 cts. 

6896. Parting Flasks, best Bohemian glass, (see Flasks for Assaying.) • 


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6900. Pasteur's cultivation tubes, each 


75 dm. 


Jfc 6901. Ditto, tube apparatus, with bent side tube. 100 CC. 500 CO. 

• .50 $1 00 

^ 6902. Ditto, bulb apparatus, with side tnbnlos and with long syphon-shaped bulb tube. 

Contents, J to 1 litre.. 50 cts. to $1 00 

See also page 40. 

^ 6903. Ditto, Flask, with flat bottom, swelled bent neck and bent side tube. 

Capaoity, from Jto 1 litre.50 cts. to $1 00 

See also page 40. 


^ 6904. Ditto, ditto, with a cap-shaped tube ground to the neck. Capacity 50 grins.40 cts. 


100 grms.50 eta. 

6905. Pencils, carbon, for outting glass, each. 10 ots. 

69055. “ blue and yellow, for writing on glass.15 ots. Dozen.$2 00 



^ 6906. Percolators, glass, best shape, ground top, Mohr’s. 

Contents, }pL lpt lqt. } 1 2 3 5 gaL 

Price, .22 . 26 .35 .55 .85 $1 50 3 00 5 00 

6906a. Ditto, very narrow, almost cylindrical, adopted by Chicago College Pharmacy. 

| pt. 1 pt. 21 pt J gaL 1 gaL 2 gaL 
.20 .30 .40 .50 .80 $1 50 

O 5907. Ditto, glass, according to Squibb, on foot, fitted up ready for use, capacity 1 gallon. 

Price.$2 75 

O 6908. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of stone ware, capacity 2 gallons. 3 50 

— 6909. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of stone ware, capacity 25 gallons, per gallon.40 cts. 

— 6909a. Ditto, tin, with cover and sieve, Mohr's. 

Contents, 1 pt 1 qt. } gaL 1 gaL 2 gaL 
Price, .50 .70 .80 $1 30 2 00 

Ditto, of copper, any size to order. 

^ 6910. Percolating Jars, graduated in ounces, up to : 

. 1 qt- i gaL 1 gal. 2 gal. 

.80 $1 10 1 75 2 00 

O 6911. Photometer, after Bunsen, of improved construction, consisting of: Gasometer, 
micrometer, gas pillar, candle pillar, measured bar, mahogany sliding box, 
candle balance, normal candles, pressure gauge, Argand burner, bar holder, 


chimneys, same as used in Gas Works, complete.$200 00 

O 6912. Ditto, without micrometer pillar, and candle balance.$150 00 


— 6912a. Ditto, according Prof. Weber, Zurich, in case for transportation, complete, $160 00 


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O* 6913. Photometer, simple form.$85 00 

6914. Piano steel wire, per \ roll..35 ots. 

Picnometers, see Bottles for Specific Gravity. 

6915. Pill Boards, brass, on fine pear wood, German, for 30, 1 grain pills.$3 75 

6916. Ditto, ditto, 44 “ 44 44 “2 44 3 75 

6917. Ditto, ditto, 44 44 44 44 “ 3 44 4 00 

6918. Ditto, ditto, 44 44 44 44 44 4 44 4 50 

6919. Ditto, ditto, brass, of fine pear wood, German, for 25, 5 grain pills.. 5 00 

6920. Ditto, ditto, of brass, fine pear wood, reversible for two grains and 4 grains pills. 

Price.$7 00 

6921. Ditto, ditto, American, with rollers, for 24-2, 3, 4 or 5 grain pills. — 7 00 

6922. Ditto, ditto, of iron, for 2 grains pills.$3 50. 4 grains.3 75 

6923. Ditto, ditto, of hard rubber, for silver pills, etc., for 30 -2 grain pills.3 60 

6924. Ditto, ditto, reversible for 2 and 4 grain pills. 6 00 

Pill Boxes, (see Boxes.) 

6925. Pill Boilers, of polished wood, eaoh. .25 ota. 

6926. PillSilverer.50 ota. 



6915 6927 6929 6932 


— $ 6927. Pill Tiles, graduated, porcelain. 

5x5 6x6 8x8 10x10 12x12 6x8 8x10 inches. 

.40 .50 .75 $1 20 2 00 . 75 1 20 

6928. Pinch-cocks, Bunsens, with 2 sorews.50 cts. 

6929. Ditto, ditto, Mohr’s, brass, nickel plated. 

Small. .. 15 cts. Medium_20 cts. Large.. .. 25 cts. Extra large.30 cts. 

Double extra large.5b ota. 

6930? Ditto, ditto, with glass end and rubber attachment, for burettes. 

Small.25 cts. Medium.30 eta Large.35 cts. 

6931. Pinchcock with set screw.30 cts. 

3|£ 6932. Ditto, Hofmann's, with screw arrangement Small_24 cts. Medinm_30 cts. 

Large.60 ota 


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^ 6933. Pinchcock, screw, Hoftnann’s style, improved by E. & A. This U the 
most perfect and most useful screw pinchcock ever constructed, it can be applied 


without disconnecting. Each .40 cts. 

All our pinch-cocks, etc., are made of brass, nickel-plated and will not corrode in 
the laboratory. See clamps for full description of pinch-cocks. 

6935. Pipes, of common clay, per doz.25 cts. 


PIPETTES. 


6936. Pipettes, straight, drawn to an end, not fixed. 

Length, 5 6 7 8 10 12 15 20 in. 

.4 .5 .5 ,6 .7 .8 .10 .12 cts. 

6937. Ditto, ditto, with rubber bulb. 5 in.... 10 cts. 10 in.... 12 cts. 20 in_15 cts. 

3 |£ 6938. Ditto, not fixed, round or long bulb. 

Capacity about, 5 CC. 10 CC. 25 CC. 50 CC. 100 CC. 200 CC. 

.10 .15 .20 .25 .30 .50 

6939. Ditto, with bent bulb.each, 5 cts. extra. 


6940. Ditto, volumetric graduated, fixed, most accurately. 

1 2 3 5 10 12} 20 25 50 100 200 CC. 

.10 .10 .12 .15 .20 .25 .25 . 35 .40 . 60 $1 00 

6941. Ditto, graduated, fixed. } 1 2 drams. 

.20 .25 .30 ots. 




6942. Ditto, graduated, in minims, 30.,25 cts. 60 minims. .. .35 cts. 

^ 6943. Ditto, Mohr’s, straight, graduated in parts of cubic centimeters. 
1 CC. in 1-100 5 CC. in 1-20 10 CC. in 1-10 10 CC. 1-20 20 CC. in 1-10 

.60 .60 .65 .70 .80 ctf 

25 CC. in 1-10 50 CC. in 1-5 50 CC. in 1-10 100 CC. in 1-6 

.90 $1 00 1 25 2 50 

6944. Ditto, measuring; with glass stop-cock. 


Capacity, 

10 

25 

50 

100 CC. 

Graduated into, 

1-10 

1-10 

1-10 

1-5 CC. 

Price, 

$1 60 

1 75 

2 00 

2 50 each. 


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Pipettes with rubber bulb.from 10 to 60 cts. extra. 

6946. Ditto, overflow, according 10 Prof, Rickettfs, silver assay full, 100 CC. 

cop ground on top See fig. 6885.$2 50 Plain... 1 60 

6947. Ditto, Ettling's, gas, glass parts. See fig. 6260.85 cts. Mounted... 2 00 

Other Pipettes, (see Gas Pipettes.) 


Pipette Stands, (see Supports.) Pipettes, with ground glass stop-cook, (see 
Burettes.) 

Pitcher, for Acid, (see Acid Pitchers.) 

6949. Pith Balls, dozen...26 cts. 

6950. Plates, with rubber, of chilled iron, (see Prof. Rickett's notes on assay¬ 

ing), improved form with high rim for crushing and grinding ore. The opera¬ 
tion is done more rapidly than in the ordinary mortar and pestle style. Rubber 
set in wooden handle. Size. 18x24 24x36 

Complete $ 9 00 15 00 

Plates of glass, (see Glass Plates.) 

— 6951. Plates, of porcelain. 4 5 6 8 10 12 inches square. 

.30 . 50 .75 $1 00 1 25 1 50 

* 6952. Ditto, of porcelain, with cavities for color reactions, or as convenient 

. receptacle for small weights .65 cts. 

6953. Ditto, of porcelain, unglazed, for mineralogists, so-called streak plates. 

Each.25 cts. 

See also Streak Plates. 


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6952 


6953 


PLATINUM 

In any shape , size and quantity , for Laboratories and Factories . 

What we claim for our Platinum ware is: that it consists of chemically pure 
platinum only, containing no iridium, etc., as absolutely pure platinum alone 
has those qualities which make it so valuable and indispensable to our chemists 
and manufacturers of chemicals. 

Every Crucible and every Dish from this establishment IS SOLD UNDER GUAR¬ 
ANTEE to the purchaser. We carry the heaviest stock of ready made ware in 
this country; special apparatus furnished to order at shortest notice. The shape 
and make of our ware is superior to any other. 

ALL OUR WARE IS HAMMERED (chased) and not spun, which is of greatest 
importance, as it will stand usage twice as long as spun ware. Using only the 
purest platinum, OUR CRUCIBLES WILL NOT BLISTER. Prices are 
charged as low as possible according to the market value of platinum, plus work 
in addition, and special rates will be given for large orders. Worn out vessels of 
our platinum exchanged for new ones or bought back at highest rates. 

All platinum vessels are sold by actual weight and value of Pla¬ 
tinum and not by the piece. 

O 6954. Platinum sheet, for Retorts, Cruoibles, Dishes, etc., per gramme.45 cts. 


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0 6955. 
O 6956. 
O 6957. 
O 6958. 
0 6959. 

O «660. 

0 6961. 

0 6962. 
0 6963. 
0 * 6664 . 

0 6965. 


*6966. 


Platinum Foil, heavy, per gramme.45 eta. 

Ditto, medium thickness, for blow-piping, f-1 gramme, per O in. gramme.45 cts. 

Ditto, thin, for battery purposes.50 cts. per gramme 

Ditto, extra thin, tissue, per gramme.60 cts. 

Wire, extra heavy, for rods, stirrers, spatulas, etc. No. 10 to 15 gauge, per 

gramme.45 cts. 

Ditto, heavy, Nos. 17-19, for triangles, weight per foot, 10,0 to 

5,0, per gramme. . .46 cts. 

Ditto, regular thickness, for blow-piping, No. 26 to 29 gauge, 

per gramme. .45 cts. 

Ditto, fine wire, No. 29 to 32 ...60 cts. per 1,0 

Ditto, extra fine hair wire, per gramme, 35 to 45 gauge.70 cts. 

Boats, for oombustions, with handle, in four sizes, 1 in. to 3 in., state length and 

width wanted, per gramme.60 cts. 

Cones, Platina, perforated, for Bunsen's Filtering Pump, flexible, not soldered. 
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 

Diameter, } 1 14 If 2 24 in. 

.50 .75 $1 00 1 36 1 75 2 25 

Ditto, ditto, made in one piece, exact shape of funnel, profusely perforated. 

Diameter on top, f J 1 If 14 14 If 2 in. 

— $110 120 1 30 1 40 1 60 1 85 2 00 2 25 

(^Wright per gramme. 45 cts. 




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6964 




6971 


6966 


6967a 


6967b 



o* 6967. Cone and spiral, (riveted and soldered,) according to Fresenius, 

for the quantitative determination of copper, etc., by the galvanic current, prioe 

according to weight, (15 to 25 grammes each,) per gramme.. 55 cts. 

O* 6968. Platina Cylinders, for same purpose as above, according to Lucknow, 
fx2 in. and 1x2 in., weight from 10,0 to 15,0 each, per grm.55 cts. 

O 6969. Platina Plate, rod and dish for same purpose, according to Classen, grm.. 55 cts. 

O 6970. Ditto, ditto, according to Mansfeld, per gramme .55 cts. 

o* 6971. Crucibles, according to Dr. Gooch, with perforated bottom, covex 
and extra cap. 15 20 25 30 CC. 

Approximate weight, 20,0 25,0 30,0 35,0 per gramme, 55c. 


69716. Polished Wooden Case for 6972 furnished for 


10 15 20 25 30 00. 

$1.00 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.50 


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G3£ 6972. Crucibles, with covers, (our Crucibles weigh, oarers included, about as many 
grammes as they hold CC), figures are full si^e, No. 1 to No. 7, per grm.. .60 cts. 
Besides above, we also have crucibles holding 60 and 75 CC. always on hand. 
Larger sizes to order. 

6972a. The wide German form furnished to order. Only the 12 CC. kept in stock. 



o* <#73. Dishes, of Platina, with large good pouring lip, figures foil size. 


with the approximate weight of each, size No. 1 to 9, per gramme.60 cts. 

No. 123466789 

Capacity about, 400 370 270 200 125 80 45 30 20 CC. 

Larger sizes to order. The weight given above is for regular stock. We also fur¬ 
nish a lighter weight if so ordered. 

O# 6974. Dishes, for incineration of filters, square or oval, per gramme....55 cts. 

Weight about, 10,0 20,0 

No. 1 2 

Diameter, 1} in. 2 in. 

6975. Dishes, for sugar analysis, with or without handle, per gramme.65 eta 


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6976. Platina Dishes, for milk analysis, with or without lip and handle, 
2 in. diameter, weight,from 10,0 to 15,0, per gramme.66 eta. 

O 6977. Platina Dishes, small, flat, for blow-piping, 1$ in. outside, 1 in. inside, 
weight about 5,o per gramme .60 cts. 

o* 6978. Platina Combustion Tubes, $ in. bore, body bom 10 in. to 30 
in. long, with ground joint, all platinum or collar of German silver, 
weight 50,0 to 200,0, per grm.60 cts. 

O 6979. Platinum Funnel for same, per gramme.60 ots. 

. O 6980. Platinum filter, arrangement for carbon determination, per grm 65 cts. 

O 6981. Platina Filter, designed by Mr. P. Casamajor, a perforated platina 
plate, with tube, according to size and weight, per gramme.. 65 cts. 

O& 6982. Platina Forceps* Plattner’s, nickel plated, platina plates, heavy 12 00 

O* 6983. Ditto, ditto, French style, heavy plates.2 26 




6987 

O* 6984. Platina Spoons, in 4 sizes, diameter of cup, {, $, {, } in., according 
to weight $1 00 to 4 00 or 65 cts. per gramma 
6986. Platinum Bottles, with ground-in stoppers for hydrofluoric add, 
etc., oapacity, 50, 100, 250 00. Weight about 60, 100, 260 grms. 


per gramme..60 cts. 

O 6986. Platinum Muffle, Scheibler’s, for incinerations, etc. 

Width, Height, Length, Weight, 

2 in. X 1} iu. X 4J in. 30.0 to 50,0. 

Per gramme.55 cts. 

6986a. Support for same, with platina wires.$3 50 

O* 6987. United States Mint parting and assaying apparatus with 20 to 32 cor¬ 
nets. 

Weight from 350 to 600,0, per gramme...60 cts. 


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Ofc 9968. Platina Spatulas, all platina, length, 3 and 4 inches, weight, 4,0 to 8,0, per 

gramme...... ote. 

O 6989. Platina rod or spatula fused in glass handle, as stirrer, eta, aooording to weight 
Price...81 60 to 3 00 

0& 6991. Spatula, with buffalo handle, folding like a knife 

Small, abont.$7 00. Medium, about. $9 00, Large, about. $12 00 

Aooording to weight 

O 6992. Platina Spiral, hollow, for hydrogen determination, about..$20 00 

Or 60 cts. per 1,0. 

6993. Platina Sponges, eaoh.26 ots. Per doz. 2 76 

O 6994. Ditto, spongy, peroz. 16 00 

O 6996. Ditto, rednoed, fine powder, a p., s. a Mohr, dram. 2 00 

Platinum Salts, see our list of Chemicals. 


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6999 



QX Q996, platina stills and condensing worm, for m anu f acturing a p. hydrofluoric add in 
small quantities, combined with combustion tube, total weight, 300,0 to 400,0, at 
66 ots. per 1,0. 

O* 6997. Platina Stills, Retorts, etc., to order for manufacturing chemists, according to 
Faure and Kessler, eta, patents at the lowest market rates. 

Besides above platina apparatus we have facilities for making apparatus of pla¬ 
tinum of any description. 

Old Platinum Retorts, Dishes, Sorap, etc., bought or exchanged at the full value. 

O 6997a. Scrap sold, per gramme. . 40 cts. 

6998. Platina Triangles, solid wire, to fit the crucibles, per gramma. 60 cts. 

O* 6999. Ditto, ditto, Fresenius* style...$1 60 to 3 00 


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— ?£ 7000. Platina Tongs, steel, nickel plated, for crucibles, single or double bent, with very 

— 1 l:::::::: .1S 

— 7001a. Ditto, ditto, tongs of solid nickel .. t of Ups ’ • * * $10 ° addltlonaL ). 6 00 

7002. Platina Tips, for blow-pipes, one piece, no seam, each.60 eta. 

O 7003. Platinum wire gauze, 4 in. wide, ooaree, per gramme.60 cts. 

fine, 11 .65 cts. 

Plattner’s Blow-pipes, (see Blow-pipes.) 

7003a. Pliers, button, plain steel.55 cts. 

7003b. Ditto, ditto, nickel plated..85 ota. 

— 7003c. Pliers, flat nose, steel. 4 5 6 8inoh. 

Stubbs pattern. .40 .45 .55 .75 cts. 

— 7004. Pliers, side cutting. 4 5 6 8 inch.) end outting* 

Stubbs* pattern. .65 .75 .90 $125 [ same price. 

Plumbago Crucibles, see Crucibles. Dishes to order. 

Pneumatic Pump, (see Air Pump.) 


7010 7002 7005 7000 7006 

7005. Pneumatic Troughs, of zinc, with sliding shelf and overflow, well japanned. 

4x7x10 in. 5x9x12 in. 6x11x15 in. 8x12x18 in. 12x12x16 in 
2 00 


4x7x10 in. 5x9x12 in. 6x11x15 in. 8x12x18 in. 12x12x16 in. 

$1 50 2 00 2 25 3 50 4 00 

7006. Ditto, ditto, porcelain, for mercury, small cross-form, capacity about 6 lbs. mer¬ 
cury.90 cts. 

% 7007. Ditto, ditto, usual form, capacity about 8 lbs. mercury. (See cut No. 6773). .$1 00 

7008. Ditto, ditto, for 16 lbs. mercury. (See cut No. 6773). 1 95 

—3|£ 7009. Ditto, ditto, new style, for gasometry, of wood, Bunsen's, with glass trough and 

support for eudiometer.See fig. 5255.$6 00 to 7 50 

7009a. Ditto, ditto, all wood .$2 00 

7009b. Ditto, ditto, cast iron, large, Griffin's in mahogany case.9 00 

7010. Pneumatic Troughs, Bohemian glass. 

Length, 6 8 101 121 141 in. 

Width, 3 4 5 6 7 in. 

Height, 5 51 51 5} 6 in. 

Price, $1 75 3 00 4 00 6 00 7 50 

7011. Pokers, of iron. 18 24 30 36 in. 

.10 .15 .25 .30 

—^ 7012. Polariscope, Saccharometric, half shade (a p6nombre), for sugar 
and molasses, improved with Wedge Compensation. Schmidt A 
Haensch's make. This is a very perfect Polarisoope. It is entirely different from 
the old Laurent instrument, being constructed for regular lamp-light, the field 
being twice as clear as in the old instrument It has the advantage over all other 
instruments that it can be used by color-blind and inexperienced men. We 

furnish this instrument.complete, in case, with 

100 and 200 millimeter tubes, for.$160 00 

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— 7013. Polariscope, (Soleil-Scheibler), for polarization of sugar and mo¬ 
lasses, with 1.100 m. m. and 1.200 m. m. tube. In a neat mahogany case, with 
look and key. Dr. Scheibler’s successor whose reputation as an expert in sugar 
analysis is world-wide, tests each one of these instruments before sending it out* 
and guarantees its utmost accuracy. (This is the U, S. Standard for import 


sugars).$160 00 

Every one of above instruments is provided with Dr. Fielieg’s written attest 
guaranteeing its correctness. 

— 7014. Ditto, ditto, Schmidt & Haehnsch’s make, otherwise same as above, with 

attest of correctness.$160 00 

— 7015. Ditto, ditto, Schmidt & Haehnsch’s patent hall shade, with tubes of 400, 

200 and 100 millimeters, adjustment by equal clearness of the 2 discs. This as 
the most perfect polarizer for sugar known. Complete in case.$276 00 

— 7016. Ditto, (Saocharimeter), according to Lament, grand model. 150 00 

Taking Tubes, 200, 300,400 and 500 m. m. long 

— 7018. Set of 4 tubes. 30 00 

— 7019. Burner for sodium light, with platina baskets and salt. 15 00 

—7019b. Burner for alcohol. 20 00 

For latest form see page 323. 


For latest form see page 323. 



7020 


—7020. Polaristrobometer, Mitscherlich’s. This instrument will be iound especially 
useful for physicians and chemists in quantitative determination of sugar or al¬ 
bumen in urine, eta It allows an exact measurement, the circle being divided 
into degrees and half degrees, and provided with a Vernier, which allows the 
reading of minutes. Price, with two glass tubes (100 and 200 millimeters $65 00 

— 7021. Ditto, ditto, half shade, Schmidt & Haensch’s new form. 120 0$ 

— 7022. Sodium, gas lamp for same. 8 00 

— 7023. Polarisoope, after Mitscherlich, simple form, with one 200 millimeter tube.. 35 00 

— 7024. Polaristroboir eter, according to H. Wild, large model.$160 00 

— 7025. Ditto, ditto, ditto, small model. 75 00 

7026. Complete sugar outfit see appendix. 

7027. Polarization Tubes, for the above instruments, 100 m. m. and 200 m. m. 

long. These tubes are made in the best manner, and their length accurately 
adjusted. $3 50. Not mounted.$1 00 

7028. Ditto, ditto, of metal. 6 00 


7028a. Ditto, ditto, of glass, so called conversion tubes, with center tubes for thermome¬ 


ter, plain. . 2 0$ 

Mounted. 5 00 

7029. Ditto, ditto, glass covers for, per doz. 1 00 

7030. Ditto, ditto, rubber washers for, per doz.20 otsi 


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% 7031. Polariscope Lamp, for gas, nickel plated, light weight with day cylin¬ 
der.$8 00.Brass.$7 50 

7032. Ditto, ditto, extra heavy.$10 00 

7033. Ditto, ditto, for kerosene, with clay cylinder, nickel plated, $8 00 Brass.... 7 50 
O 7034. Ditto, ditto, after Hink, with triple burner for gas, the best polariscope 

lamp known.$15 00 

O 7035. Ditto, ditto, for kerosene . 12 00 

7036. Polariscope Quartz Testing Plates mounted, for adjusting the instrument 
These are made and tested by Dr Scheibler, who guarantees the absolute accu¬ 
racy of each one. Per pair (about 50° and 100°)..$15 00, or singly. 7 50 

7036a. Porcelain Colors, a series of oolors, burnt on a porcelain plate, for oolor 

comparison.$3 00 

—^ 7037. Porous Cups or cells, for batteries. 


Diameter, 1} 2 2 2 2§ 2J 3} 

n 


3* 

4 in. 

Height, 3 3 3} 4} 4} 6 3f 

5| 


8 

11 in 

Price, .15 .15 .17 .90 .92 . 25 .18 

Any size to order bnt not less than 100 at a time. 

.25 

.90 

.30 

.75 ots. 


7038. Ditto, ditto, flat, for Tyndal's Battery, 4jx2$xf in.30 cts. Dozen.$3 00 

7039. Ditto, ditto. Groves, with flange on top.15 cts. Dozen. 1 50 




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7037 7040 7045 7047 

7040. Potash Bulbs, Liebig’s form, each. 50 cts. 

■i 7041. Ditto, ditto, GeisslePs, modified by Winkler, with drying tube attached. 

Price..$1 25 

7042. Ditto, ditto, drying tube between the bulbs. 1 20 

7043. Ditto, ditto, with ground joint. 1 50 

7044. Ditto, ditto, Mohr’s, upright .85 cts. 

7045. Ditto, ditto. Mitcherlich's, 3 different styles, a, 5, with enlarged side tube, c, with 

curved side tubes between the bulbs.50 ots. 

^ 7046. Ditto, ditto, Volhard’s, (see Winkler's Gas Analysis,) improved by Fresenius. 

Price. .75 cts. 

7047. Ditto, ditto, according to Sohloesing.75 cts. 

^ 7048. Ditto, ditto, Alvergnats.85 cts. 

% 7049. Ditto, ditto, spiral form, Winkler's, small.75 cts. Medium.$1 25 

7050. Ditto, ditto, extra large. 2 25 

Pouring Plates, (see Moulds.) 


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7051. Precipitating Jars, with lip. 

J pint J pint 1 pint 1 quart $ gal 1 gal. 2 gals. 

.20 .25 . 35 .50 . 75 $1 10 2 00 

Precipitating Glasses, (see Test Glasses.) Preparation Glasses, (see Speci¬ 
men Tubes and Anatomical Jars.) 
w 7052. Presses, for pressing out herbs, tinctures, etc. 

Capacity, 1 quart, £ gal. 1 gaL 2 gals. 

Price, $3 00 4 00 7 00 9 00 

O 7053. Ditto, for pressing small quantities. } pint.2 50 1 pint.3 50 

Presses for corks, iron, (see Cork Presses.) 

7054. Pressure Bottles, of heavy glass, with screw pressure arrangement on brass 
stand, small.$3 00 . Large. 3 50 



^ 7055. Prisms. Crown Glass, angle 60 degrees. 

4 5 6 7 8 inoh. 

.40 .50 . 60 .75 1 00 

7056. Ditto, indigo, wedge shape.$1 75 

7057. Ditto, Bisulphide of Carbon, iron case, glass fronts. 3 00 

Set of 2, on board ... 7 50 


7058. Ditto, all glass, small..$1 76. Large.2 60 

% 7069. Probangs, for cleaning test tubes, eto., a rod of rattan, with sponge end.. 10 cts. 

7060. Ditto, ditto, on whalebone.15 cts. 

Proof Glasses, (see Hydrometers.) 

7061. Pulse Glasses, small. .60 cts. Large.$1 00 

Pump, Bunsen's, (see Filtering Pump.) 

7062. Pump, Lifting, working model of; the whole made of glass. 1 50 

Ditto, ditto, on support, with reservoir. 3 38 

^ 7063. Pump, Lifting and Forcing, working model of; made entirely of glass.$1 75 

Ditto, ditto, on support, with reservoir.3 50 


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% 7064. Push Buttons, for electric bells, wood or porcelain.25 eta. 

7064a. Nickel plated or ornamented porcelain. 40 eta. 

7064b.Fancy pnsli buttons. .. 50 to 75 cts. 


Quartz Plates* for testing and adjusting the Polariscope, (see Polariscope.) 
Qualitative Blow-pipe Set, (see Blow-pipe Apparatus, Appendix.) Quali¬ 
tative Chemical Set, (see Appendix.) 

— 7065. Pyrometer, of metal, with registering gauge, up to 1500° F. 5 inch_$30 00 

Ditto, ditio.7 inch. 35 00 

% 7065a. Radiometers, Crook’s. $3 00 to 5 00 

Rasps, (see Files.) 

— 7066. Re-agents, set of 54 liquid and 18 solid re-agents, all chemically pure, according 

Fresenius, see there, page 14. 4 oz. capacity each, except the more expensive 
where smaller quantities are given.$25 00 

— 7067. Ditto, 8 oz. each, exoept the most expensive where smaller quantities are given. 

Price.$35 00 

7068. Bottles for above will be oharged according to style. For quality and prices, see 
Bottles. 

We recommend as the best those with the enameled labels or the Bohemian pol¬ 
ished top, stoppered bottles. 

Other re-agents, (see our list of Chemicals.) 

Re-agent Glasses, (see Test Glasses and Test Tubes.) 



7074 70G6a 


7069. Receivers, glass, with 3 tubulus. 
% 7070. Ditto, ditto, quilled. 



7071. Ditto, for retorts, imported glass, plain. 


1 oz. 

2 oz. 4 oz. 6 oz. 8 oz. 

16 oz 

1 qt t 

1 gaL 

1 gal 

.10 

.12 .15 .20 .25 

.30 

.40 

.65 

$1 00 

^ 7072. Ditto, ditto, tubulated and 

glass-stoppered. 



1 oz. 
.20 

2 oz. 4 oz. 8 oz. 1 

.25 .30 .40 

•Is 

1 quart < 

.70 $1 

( gal- 
[ 00 

1 gal- 

1 40 


2 gals. 
1 40 


2 

2 




Ditto, for air pumps, (see Bell Glasses.) 

Vfc 7073. Ditto, with extra in and out flow to control small alooholio distillations, also as 
dripping glass for acid, with base,... 5 6 7 8 10 12 inches. 

.50 .55 .65 .75 .85 $1 00 

Hydrometer for the same, from 0,700 to 0,850 or 1,00 to 2,00, or parts, .each, 75 eta. 
^ 7074. Ditto, Cooper’s, mercurial, glass. 10 15 20 24 in. 

Plain, .20 .25 . 30 . 40 eta. 

Stoppered, .50 .60 .75 $1 00 


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Reduction Tubes, (see Bulb Tubes) Reduction Crucibles Rose’s (see Crucibles) 
7075. Regulating or Leveling Disc, used for leveling the hydrometer, cylinder, etc.$5 00 
Other Leveling Tables, see under Bacterioscopioal Apparatus. 

Rhumkorff’s Coils, (see Induction Coils.) 

7078. Rests, of porcelain, for pipettes, glass stirrers, etc. 65 ots. 

7077. Retorts* copper, for making oxygen, with iron clamp and copper deliv¬ 

ering tube, fitted by ground joint | pi. 1 pt 1 cjjt J pal 

7078. Ditto, ditto, fitted with ring stand, Berzelius’ lamp and rubber tube. See fig. 6207. 

7079. Ditto, of iron, for making oxygen, etc., as recommended by Prof. Morton, abso¬ 

lutely ceoure against severe accident, oomplete to make 40 gallons gas .$2 00 

7080. Ditto, of copper. .. 4 00 

7081. Ditto, bf iron, new form, see figure 5214, for gradually generating oxygen, 

1 gallon size 31x20} in., with movable cover, damp and exit tube.$4 00 

Folding support for same.. 1 00 

7082. Ditto, of copper, tin lined, for distilling water and alcohol, (see Figure 6193), 

retort alone. Contents, A gal. 1 gal. 2 gal. 3 gaL 5 gal 

$5 00 6 00 9 00 10 50 16 00 

7083. Ditto, of copper, tin lined, according to Proctor. 


lgal. 

$8 00 

Of the 1 gal. the condenser is $3 50 extra, 2 and 6 gals, are with condenser on top 


2 gal. 
13 60 


5gaL 
23 50 



7077 


7090 


7088 


^ 7085. Retorts, glass, plain, best Bohemian. 


1 2 
.11 .15 

4 8 16 oz. 1 qt 

.20 .25 .30 .40 

‘.S' '.ff 

lit 

2 gal. 
1 SO 

^ 7086. Ditto, ditto, with glass stopper best Bohemian. 



1 ox. 
.16 

2 oz. 4 oz. 8 oz. 12 oz. 

.20 .25 .30 .40 

16 oz. 1 qt 

.50 .60 


1 gal. 
$1 20 

1} gal. 2 gal. 24 gaL 

1 60 1 75 2 10 

3 gal. 5 gal. 

2 50 4 50 

8 gals. 
6 00 


7087. Ditto, for generating oxygen, of invisible Bohemian glass. 2 

.50 

4 

.60 

8 oz. 
.70 


3|t 7088. Ditto, iron, for distilling mercury, etc., cover movable, fastened by screw damp, 
delivering tube ground into the cover. 

} pint i pint 1 pint 1 quart 4 gaL 1 gaL 
$1 75 2 00 2 25 3 00 4 60 7 50 


7089. Ditto, of iron, for oxydizing phosphorus, steam distillation, etc., with steam inlet, 

steam outlet and feed hole. } gal.$10 00. 1 gal. 14 00 

^ 7090. Ditto, porcelain, tubulated, glazed inside, imported. 

4 ounce. 8 ounce. 16 ounce. 

Saxony, $1 30 1 50 1 75 

Royal Berlin, 2 00 2 75 3 25 glazed in anti outside. 


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7091. Retorts, tubulated and stoppered, of best German stoneware. 

Capacity, i gal. J gal. f gal } gal. $ gal. 1 gal 1J gaL 1J gals. 

Price, $1 25 1 40 1 55 1 70 2 15 2 65 3 00 3 75 each. 

O 7092. Ditto, earthen, Battersea, tubulated and stoppered. 

Contents, 1 pint 1 quart 2 quarts. 4 quarts. 6 quarts. 8 quarts. 16 quarts 
Price, .90 1 60 2 30 3 10 3 75 6 25 9 00 

7093. Ditto, of best French platinum, imported to order at lowest rates, according to 
the market Talue of platinum (see Platinum.) 

—^ 7094. Ditto, of lead, deep or flat form, for manufacturing hydrofluoric or sulphurous 
acid. 

1 pint 1 quart 1 gaL 1 gaL 2 gaL 5 gaL 
$5 00 7 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 

Retort Stands, (see Supports.) 

7095. Riders, of aluminum or platinum, for analytical balances, 2, 10 and 12 milligr. 

Each..30 eta. 

7096. Rings, of iron, conoentrio, to fit in tripods, etc. 

3 in set 6 in set. 

Outside diameter, Smallest Largest Smallest Largest 
3| in. 6} in. 50 cts. 3J in. 12 in. $1 25. 

7097. Ditto, extension, to fit on any iron ring stand, complete with fastener, (see Figure 

8217.) Small.40 cts. Medium.45 ote. Large.50 cts. 

7098. Ditto, of iron, in sets to suit 2 ring, 3 ring, 4 ring retort stand. 

Per set, .40 .60 $1 00 



7091 7094 8001 8002 


7091 7094 8001 8002 

7099. Ditto, concentric, of copper, tinned inside, for water baths, etc. 

Size of largest, 4 5 5} 6 8 10 in. outside diameter. 

Number in set, 4 4 5 5 6 7 

Price, .60 . 75 .85 1.00 1.25 2.00 

8000. Ditto, of porcelain, oonoentrio, per set of 5, with cover for 6 in. copper water bath. 

Price.$1 00 

8001. Ditto, set of 6, with cover for 8 in. water bath.. . 1 50 

Rings, made of straw, to support retorts, dishes, etc., (see Straw Rings.) 

8002. Roasting Dishes, of best French clay. 

Diameter, 2 3 4 5 6 in. 

Dozen, .85 1 10 1 60 2 40 2 75 

O 8003. Ditto, ditto, of the Battersea Works, London. 

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 

Diameter, 2£ 3 4 5 6 7 in. 

Per dozen, .65 .80 ,90 $1 10 2 10 2 75 

Larger sizes to order. 

8004. Rods, glass, German, in 6 ft lengths, per lb.50 ota. 

8005. Ditto, ditto, American, in 6 ft lengths, per lb.. .46 cts. 

8006. Ditto, ditto, assorted sizes, for stirring, pointed on one side, and smoothed on the 

other, per lb.75 cts. 

8006a. Ditto, ditto, extra heavy, } to 1| inch diameter, for factory use, 24 to 40 inch 
long, per lb.40 cts. 

8007. Rotators, for Geissler’s tubes, each. .$8 00 

Extra large.$12 00 

Rules, (see Measures'. 


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RUBBER 

8007a. Rubber caps for test tabes, § and | inch diam. doz. 40 cents.• 

8006. Rubber Cloth, unvulcanized, to make large cork stoppers air-tight, for sam- * 
pling cloth, etc., ounce.20ots, Pound.$2 50 

8009. Rubber Sheeting, vulcanized, white, 
per yard.. 1 00 

Rubber and Plate for orushing ore (see 
Plate and Rubber). 

Rubber Bags, for gas, (see Gas Bags). 

* 8010. RUBBER STOPPERS, solid, with 
one and two holes, of best and 
softest rubber, which will not be¬ 
come hard by age. These stop¬ 
pers are unsurpassed in quality as 
their specific gravity will indi- 
* cate. Each stopper of this quality 
bears our mark E. & A., all sizes 
constantly on hand. They are sold 
by weight, per pound, $2 20, by 
small quantities at twenty cents 
per ounce. Stoppers of red (an¬ 
timony) rubber same prioe. 8010 


Number, 00 

0 

i 


2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Measure on top, 1,4 

1,7 

1.8 


2,0 

2,3 

2,5 

2.7 

3,2 oenti 

Measure on bottom, 1,0 

1,2 

1.5 


1,65 

1,8 

2,0 

2,3 

2,6 «« 

Number, 7 

8 

9 


10 

11 

11* 

12 

13 

Measure on top, 3,7 

4,1 

4,6 


5,0 

5,6 

6,4 

6,5 

7,0 centi. 

Measure on bottom, 3,0 

3,3 

3,7 


4,2 

5,0 

5,2 

5.9 

6,0 " 

Rubber Stoppers, number 

to pound of! 

2 holes. 





Number, 

00 

0 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

Number to pound of two holes. 

132 

85 

60 

50 

40 

32 

27 

20 

Approximate prioe per dozen, 

.25 

.39 

.52 

.60 

.78 

$1.00 

1.23 

1.65 

Number, 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

Hi 

12 

13 

Number to pound of two holes, 

14 

12 

9 

7 

6 

5x 

41 

4 

Approximate prioe per dozen, 

2.35 

2.76 3 

>.65 

4.72 

6.50 

5.75 

6.75 

7.25 


Larger sizes made to order at lowest rates. 


8011. Cheaper grades for commercial purposes, so-called composition stoppers, made to 

order in quantites of not less than 20 pounds, per lb.$1 00 

8012. Rubber Tubing, of best quality, wrapped in cloth which will pre¬ 

vent its splitting, and makes it air-tight. This tubing is of extra quality 
being made especially for laboratory use and not the quality usually found in 
the trade. 

Light wall usual thiokness, 

Inside diameter, i 3-16 J } j } 1 1J 2 in. 

Per foot, .5 . 7 .10 .15 .20 .26 .30 .40 .60 1.15 

8013. Ditto, ditto, ditto, of double thickness used in general for gas or passing 

liquids through, very flexible. 

Inside diameter, £ 3-16 J f \ f } 1 1$ 2 in. 

.6 .9 .13 .20 .25 .28 . 32 . 43 . 60 SI 15 



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8014. Rubber Tubing, still heavier, as the above, so-called pressure tubing, as used for 
Bunsen’s and Geissler’s pumps. 

Inside diameter, 3-16, per foot, 16} in., per foot, 18 cts. } inch, per foot, 50 cts. 


||— 8016. Ditto, ditto, Mack, of pure unvulcanized gum, seamless, which will not tear* 

IlLight Inside diameter £ & 

A i A 1 

t 

» 

} 1 in. 

II $0.05 .07 

.10 .12 .14 .17 

•36 

.32 

.40 per foot 

11—8106. Ditto, Heavy. .07 .08 

.11 .14 .17 .90 

.30 

.40 

.50 .60 

If—8017. Red or Antimony Tubing, 

10% higher in price. 





8018. Rubber Tubing, pure Gum, thin wall for Gooch Crucibles. 


1 inch. 1} inch. 1} inch. 

.15 .20 .25 ots. per foot 

Rubber Bulbs, for Pipettes or Dropping Glasses, (see Bulbs.) 

8019. Rubber Tissue, per oz. 25 eta. 





8020. Rules, folding, boxwood, brass mountings, in inches and centimeters, caliper ex~ 


tension .50 cts. 

—8021. Ditto, ditto, ivory, German silver mountings.$2 50* 

8021a.Ditto, ditto, brass, 1 meter long.50 ots. 

8021b.Ditto, ditto, boxwood, 1 meter and inches. $1 00 

8021c. Rules, 1 meter long, in one piece, in inches and centimeters.1 50 

Extra fine quality. 2 50 

8022. Ruperts Drops, perdoz.36 eta. 

^ 8023. Safety Tubes, plain, bent, a and b, conical or thistle top.20 cts. 

8024. Ditto, ditto, bent, with one bulb. 25 cts. 

8025. Ditto, ditto, bent, with two bulbs.30 cts. 

8026. Ditto, ditto, bent, with three bulbs.35 cts. 

8027. Ditto, ditto, Vogel's. 40 cts. 

8028. Ditto, ditto, according to Babo. 75 cts. 

8029. Ditto, ditto, with two valves, small. 50 cts. 

Largo. $1 00 

8030. Safety Lamp. Davy's, or Miner's Lamp. 4 58 

8031. Salimeter, for Salt solutions, Brine, etc., percent scale.60 cts. 

Saccharovneters, (see Hydrometers and Polarisoope.) 

Saddle Scales, (see Scales with saddle weight) 


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8082. Sample Dishes, of Russian iron, flat. 

2 2} 3 4 in. 

.10 .15 .20 .25 ots. 

8083. Sampling 1 Pans, for ore, deep, seamless tin. 

5 6 7 8} 10 inch. 

.10 .12 .15 .20 .25 ots. 

8034. Sampler, of tin, t6 get fair samples of ores, each.....5G ots. 

8035. Ditto, ditto, large.75 ots. 

8036. Sample Shovel, for larger establishments where much sampling is done, yields 

fairer samples in one-quarter less time than by the old way, each complete with 
handle. Small.$6 50. Large. 7 50 

8037. Sand Baths, of Russian sheet iron, shallow form. 

Diameter, 2 2} 3 4 5 6 8 10 inches. 

.10 .12 .15 .20 .25 .30 .45 .70 cts. each. 

8038. Ditto, ditto, of iron, deep form. 

Diameter, 3 4 5 6 8 10 inches. 

.15 .20 .25 .30 .60 .80 cts. each. 

8039. Ditto, ditto, ditto, tinned iron, shallow. 

Diameter, 3 3} 4} 5 6| inches. 

.3 .4 .5 .6 .10 cts. each. 

8040. Ditto, ditto, of cast iron, 9x9 in.$1 00 

8041. Ditto, ditto, on 4 movable legs. 1 25 



8034 8044 8046 8047 


9|£ 8042. Ditto, of sheet iron, with double bottom, about 9x15 in. 3 50 

8043. Sand Paper, for cleaning wood parts, etc., in sheets.5 cts. 

8044. Sand Glasses, in wooden support 

For 1 2 5 10 45 60 minutes. 

Price, .40 .45 .60 .75 .90 $1 10 each. 

Saw, for metal or wood, at market prices, in ordering mention size and style. 

8045. Ditto, for cutting charcoal.45 cts. 

Sample Tubes, (see Specimen Tubes.) 

9|£ 8046. Scales, hand, brass pans, English make, with weights in metal box, complete. 

Price.85 cts. 

Other Scales, (see Balances.) 

8047. Scales, American, with separate tin scoop, tare and weights included. 

4 pounds, 8 pounds. 

82 00 $3 00 


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8048. Scale Cases, with two drawers to screw the Mohr’s Scales, No. 5420 on. . .$5 00 
O 8049. Ditto, ditto, polished mahogany, with glass all around the scale, large size, 2 doors 

in front or front sliding up. .$15 00 

Ofc 8049a. Ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, for smaller scales. 10 00 

—8049b.Scales, platform, to set on table, with scoop, weighing 240 pounds to 1 ounce, 

best make. .$15 00 

— % 8050. Ditto, ditto, without wheels, to set on floor, with weights. 

Capacity, 4001b. 8001b. 2,0001b. 

$18 00 27 00 55 00 

With wheels 10%.extra. 

Scales, for analytical work, assaying, specific gravity, blow-pipe analysis, etc , (see 
Balances.) 

8050a. Scale Pans, of glass, with handles. Diameter, 2} 8 4 5 in. 

.65 . 75 $1.00 1.20 per pair. 

Scale Pans, horn and hard rubber, (see Pans.) 

8061. Scale Strings, of green silk. 

Nos. 1 1J 2 2} 3 3} 4 5 6 

.35 .40 .45 .45 .50 . 65 . 70 .80 . 90 cts. a bundle of about 16 yards. 

8062. Ditto, ditto, ready-made, with hook. 

Per pair. Small.10 cts. Medium.15 cts. Large.20 cts. 



8049a 


8049b 


8053 


% 8053. Supports, or Stands, of brass or iron, for Scales, all sizes_from $5 00 to 12 00 

8053a. Scissors, large and small, for pocket 4 in.40 cts. 5 in.60 eta. 

8054. Ditto, nickel plated, pointed, for catting filter paper, 7 inch.85 cts. 

8055. Ditto, extra large and heavy, per pair. $1 00 

8056. ScoopSy of horn. Small.15 cts. Large.20 cts. 

8057. Ditto, mixing, of tinned iron. 

Small, No. 0.20 cts. Medium, No. 2.30 cts. Large, No. 3.40 cts. 

Extra large, No. 5.60 cts. 

8058. Ditto, mixing, of horn. Small.12 cts. Large.20 cts. 

8059. Ditto, for mixing, Plattner’s. 

Horn.15 cts. Brass, nickel plated.20 cts. Brass, gilded.45 cts. 

Q 8060. Ditto, of copper, fitting the Beaufay’s Crucibles for filling in the charges. 

Small.65 cts. Medium.75 cts. Large.$1 00 

8061. Ditto, of glass, (weighing scoops) to lay on balance pans, 2} to 3 in-25 cts. each. 

8062. Scorifiers, Freiberg. These are the best Scoriflers made. 

Diameter, 1} 2 2J 2} 2} 3 3J inches. 

Price per 100, $1 00 1 15 1 16 1 30 1 60 2 25 3 00 


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O* 8063. Scorifiers, of the Battersea Works, London. 

Inches, diam., 1 1J 1J 2 2* 2J 2| 3 3* 4 5 

Diam., milli., .026 .032 .038 .051 .057 .064 .070 .077 .089 .102 .127 

Price per 100, $1 15 1 15 1 15 1 16 1 17 1 30 1 60 2 00 2 40 2 90 3 30 
Scoriftcation Moulds, (see Moulds.) 

^ 8064. ScoriHer Steel Spring Tong, light weight, each.$1 25 

O* 8065. Ditto, ditto, Judson’s, arranged to lift out Scorifiers from the rear without disturb¬ 
ing those in front..$8 00 

8066. Scraper, of steel, to clean Muffles from slags, 

etc. Small.60 cts. Large... 75 cts. 

Screens, (see Sieves and Wire Gauze.) 

8067. Sea Sand, for cleaning platinum vessels, 

lb .10 cts. 

8068. Seffetroem’s Blast Smelting Furnace, 


used with charcoal 

or anthracite coal, by ap- 

plying a 

steady artificial 

blast, 

produces a 

very high 

heat, iron with fire clay lining. 

Dia., exterior, 

12 

16 

19 

23 inch. 

Dia., interior. 

5* 


8 

91 inch. 

Height, 

10 

12* 

15J 

19 inch. 

Price, 

$7 50 

10 00 

13 00 

16 00 each 

With dome, 

10 00 

12 50 

16 00 

19 00 each 


^ 8069. Seidlitz Powder Cups .75 cts. 

Separatory Apparatus, (see also Displace¬ 
ment Apparatus). 

^ 8070. Ditto, ditto, Dr. E. Drexel’s construction, with 
separatory funnel with two stopcocks, etc., 
and with reservoir. 

Capacity, 8 16 32 oz. 

Price, without support, $5 50 6 50 7 50 

Support for the same.$3 50 

8071. Separatory Bottles. 1 piut, $1 50 1 qt, $2 00 
Separatory Funnels, (see Funnels.) Sets for 
' Volumetric Analysis, (see Appendix). 

Sets for Qualitative Chemistry, (see Appendix). 




8072. Shades, of glass, round, to cover specimens, microscopes, etc., see also Bell- 
glasses. All sizes from No. 1.height, 5 in. width, 4J in. 30 cts. 


to No. 15. 

Height. 

8073. Ditto, ditto, oval, from No. 1.91 

to No. 12.23 

Height. 

8074. Ditto, ditto, square, from No. 1 .. .91 

to No. 12...22} 


20 in. 

41 13 in.... 

.$4 

00 

Length. 

Width. 



Ji 

31 in. 

....90 cts. 

16J 

tf in. 

.$6 

85 

Length. 

Width. 




4 in. 

.$ 

95 

u 

91 in. 

.5 

80 


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—8075. Shears, Brown’s, steel, bright polish, 



6 inch. 

7 inch. 

8 inch. 

10 inoh. 


$1 00 

1 20 

1 40 

1 75 

—8076. Ditto, steel, (hand shears.) 10 

12} 

14 

16 inch 



$1 50 

2 50 

3 00 

3 GO 

8077. Ditto, for catting filter paper. 

9 

10 

12 15 inch. 




$1 00 

1 50 

1 80 2 65 

—)|£ 8078. Sieves, brass cloth, wood rim, substantial ly made. 


Mesh. 

5 

6 

8 

10 

12 inoh. 

No. 20, 

.30 

.40 

.60 

.75 

$1 00 each. 

No. 40, 

.40 

.45 

.65 

.90 

1 15 •« 

No. 60, 

.45 

.60 

.70 

1 00 

1 25 •• 

No. 80, 

.50 

.60 

.90 

1 25 

1 70 •• 

No. 100, 

.60 

.75 

1 00 

1 55 

2 25 •• 


8078a. Extra wood frames famished to pat paper in for covering Evaporating Dishes 
etc., in the laboratory, 20 cts. to $1 00. 



8077 

— 8079. Sieves, brass gaaze, metal frame. 

No. 20 40 60 80 100 mesh. 

Diameter 5 in. .60 .80 $1 15 1 30 1 45 

“ 8 in. .65 .85 1 20 1 65 2 00 

— 8080. Ditto, with metal cover and bottom. 5 inch extra.70 eta. 

8 inch extra.80 cts. 

— 8081. Ditto, set of five, 5 in., with one cover and bottom.$5 00 

— 8082. Ditto, set of five, 8 in., with one cover and bottom. 7 50 

— 8083. Sieves, iron gaaze, wood frame. 

Diameter, 12 15 18 20 inch. 

No. 18, .40 .65 . 75 .85 

No. 14, .38 .62 .70 .80 

No. 10, .35 .60 .68 .78 

No. 6, .35 .55 .65 .75 

Sieves made to order, of any size, mesh or shape. 

— 8084. Sifting Machines.820 00 

Ontside measure, 25 inches long, 17 inches wide, 19 inches high. 

— 8085. Sieves for same, inside measure, 13} X 16iX4| inches, square. 

100 80 60 40 20 16 10 8 mesh. 

$4 15 3 75 3 35 3 25 3 00 2 75 2 75 2 75 


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8086. Skins, kid and chamois, selected, for cleaning and capping; all sizes, from 30 to 

70 cents. Also back skins for straining amalgam, etc. 

Slides, of glass, for mioroscopes, (see Microscopes.) 

8087. Soldering Coppers, Family, set.60 cts. 

8088. Soldering Iron, larger sizes .. .60,eta to $2 00 

8088a. Soldering Iron Heaters, for gas.$1 76 

^ 6089. Spatula Hone, superior quality. 6 inch, 7 inch, long. 

Price, .16 .20 cts. 

8090. Spatulas, of glass, for mixing, eto., 6 inches, each.10 cts. 

8091. Ditto, ditto, for weighings, ground on two sides to be used as sooop.26 cts. 

8092. Ditto, of horn, superior quality, (see figure 8089.) 

Length, 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 12 inches. 

.8 .10 .12 .16 .20 .25 .35 .60 cts. 

Ditto, with spoon end, (see Spoons.) 

—8093. Ditto, steel, for mixing, etc., with wooden riveted handles, palette knives. 
Length of plate, 3456789 10 12 inch. 

.20 .25 .30 . 36 .45 .60 .65 .95 $1 25 



8088a 8099b 


8088a 8099b 

^ 8094. Ditto, steel throughout, for mixing, etc., spatula on both ends. 

Length, 5} 6} 7} 9 10 11 12 14 16 20inoh. 

.24 .26 .26 .30 . 36 .40 .45 .60 .60 $1 00 

— 8095. Ditto, of Platinum, with glass or wooden handle.from $1 60 to 4 00 


— 8096. Ditto, of platinum, length, 4 inches, all plate, according to weight See also pla- 

tina. . .-. 

— 8097. Ditto, ditto, folding like a knife, according to size and weight, .from $7 00 to 12 00 
8098. Ditto, of porcelain, with handle or spoon end. 

Length, 6 in. 7 in. 8} in. 11 in. 12} in. 14 in. 15 in. 17 in. 

.25 .35 .40 . 60 .65 .75 .86 1.06 

)fca ^b 8099. Ditto, porcelain, Royal Meissen, spatula on both ends. The 
larger sizes like 8099a; 

Length, 9 in. 12 in. 

.60 .65 

Specific Gravity Balances, system Mohr, Westphal A Jolly, (see Balances.) Specific 
Gravity Bottles, see Bottles for Specifio Gravity. Specimen Bottles, small, glass 
stoppered, see Bottles. Specimen Bottles, for cork or rubber stoppers. 

8099a. Spatulas, of nickel. 5 6 7 8} inches. 

.50 .60 .80 


.30 


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8100. Specimen Tubes, round bottom, of good heavy glass. Corks to fit will l e 

charged extra. Dimensions, 2xJ in. 3x j in. 4xJ in. 5x| in. 6x} in. 2xJ in. 

Per dozen, .20 .25 . 30 .35 .45 .25 

Dimensions, 3x} in. 4x} in. 5x} in. 6xj in. 8x1 in. 
Per dozen, .30 .35 .40 .50 . 75 cts. 

8101. Ditto, ditto, flat bottom, same sizes as above but 25% higher in price. 

Any other size made to order at shortest notice. 

Specimen Jars, see Anatomical Jars. 


SPECTROSCOPES. 


% 8102. Spectroscope, direct vision, for carrying in the pocket, 
8102a. Ditto, adjustable slit. 15 00 

8103. Ditto, extra large. 25 00 

8104. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with comparison prism. 30 00 

8104a. Adjustable stand for above. 4 60 


8106 


8107 


O 8104b. Spectroscope, Bunsen’s, for spectral analysis, single form, 2 tubes. 35 00 

O 8105. Ditto, according to Kirchhoff and Bunsen, with telescope for the millimeter scale 
and with illuminating lamp for the same, with adjustable slit, Bunsen's lamp, 12 
platinum wires with glass supports and stand for the same, 2 spectroscopic 

charts and 5 printed millimeter scales. $45 00 

8106. Ditto, ditto, same, but with a small prism for comparison, attached to the 

slit and with 2 Bunsen’s lamps.$55 00 

0$ 8107. Spectroscope, Kirchhoff and Bunsen’s grand model, with 1 flint glass 
prism of 60°, 2 telescopes with 27 m.m. object glass and 24 c.m. focus, with mi¬ 
crometer slit and 6 times power, telescope for the scale 14 m.m. object glass, 
Shellen’s universal support, complete with lamps, etc.$90 00 


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O 8108. Spectroscope, Kirchhoff and Bunsen’s, with 1 prism of 60° and 3 prisms of 45°, 
made of the heaviest flint glass, placed on a large iron circular plate of 27 inch, 
diameter, supported by a heavy stand on triangular base. The telescopes have 
objectives of If inch diameter and 17 inoh focus with 2 eye pieces of 36 and 72 
times power, besides these are 1 telescope for the scale and 1 extra telescope for 
the observation of the image of the scale reflected from the mirror, complete. 

Price.$400 00 

Spectroscope Burners, see Burners. 


O 8109. Spectroscopes, Browning’s make, student’s, one prism, with cabinet. 60 00 

O 8110. Ditto, model, two prisms, with cabinet. 140 00 

O 8111* Ditto, large table, spectroscope (Gasseot). 300 00 

08112. Spectroscopic Cells, to observe the absorption spectrums of liquids, with 

parallel sides, the whole of glass, can be taken apart, each. .$3 00 

O 8013. Ditto, ditto, the same for volatile liquids, each. 3 60 

8114. Spectroscopic Charts, small, each..25 cts. 

8115. Ditto, ditto, larger, in set of 3.eaoh, $3 00 

^ 8116. Spectral Tubes, new construction, for longitudinal observations of the electric 

spark. $3 60 

8117. Ditto, ditto, electric, with 2 stop-cocks, empty, for filling as convenient.3 50 

Spirit Levels, see Levels. 




8117 8118e 



8118 h 


8118. Spoons, for blow-pipe work, ivory. 25 cts. 

8118a, Ditto, ditto, of platinum, according to size, (see Platinum).$1 00 to 2 20 

8118b.Ditto, ditto, of bone, superior quality, price, 5 in. 6f in. long. 

.15 .20 cts. 

8118c. Ditto, ditto, very superior, with spatula end. 5 in. 6| in. long. 

.15 .20 cts. 

8118d.Ditto, iron, for deflagrations, cup f in. or 1 in., each. .25 cts. 

8U8e. Spoons of dear, transparent horn. 

4 in. 5 in. 6 in. 7 in. 8 in. 1 9 in. 10 in. 11 in. 12 in. 

.8 .10 .12 .15 .20 .25 .35 .40 . 50 cts. 

8118f. Ditto, ditto, double 9 very superior, spoon on each end. 


5 inch. 6 inch. 7 inch. 8 inch. 10J inch. 

.12 .15 . 25 .35 . 40 cts. 

8118g. Ditto, ditto, very superior, with spatula end. 

5 inch. 6 inch. 7 inch. 8 inch. lOf inch. 

.16 . 20 .25 . 30 .45 cts. 

—8018h. Ditto, of heavy cut glass, for stirring and taking samples. 

Size of tea-spoon.25 cts. Dessert.30 cts. Table.45 sts. 

8118LDitto, of Bohemian glass, dipper shape, for transferring gasometer tubes. 

Diameter of cup, If inch. 2 inch. 2f inch. 


.20 .25 .30 cts. 

8118k. Ditto, for Sodium, each. 50 cts 

81181. Ditto, of nickel, double-ended 5 6 7 8f inches. 


.45 .60 .65 .90 

11 spatula end, .45 .60 .80 1 00 


8118m. Ditto, 


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O 8118n. Sponges, sheep-wool, for cleaning tables, etc., per lb.$2 60 

8119. Ditto, of platinum, 20 cts., per dozen. . 2 00 

Stands, different, (see Supports.) 


— 8120. Standard candles for photometrical tests, per pound, (} dozen). 2 60 

— 8121. Steam Boiler, of copper, vertical or horizontal, with water gauge, safety valve, 

inlet, outlet and support, for furnishing steam for distillations, etc., etc. 
Capacity, } gallon. 1 gallon. 2 gallon. 4 gallon. 

Size, 4x8 in. 5x10 in. 7x14 in. tubular, 8}xl8£ in. 

$36 00 45 00 50 00 60 00 

— 8122. Ditto, with pressure gauge.$5 00 to 7 00 additional 

8123. Ditto, ditto, with coil for superheating the generated steam, $6 00 to 10 00 additional. 

—^ 8124. Ditto, ditto, globe shape, of heavy copper, with pressure gauge, etc., for heating 

jackets, etc. Steam is generated by gas or alcohoL 2} gallon capacity_$50 00 

Stills, of copper, for distilling water and spirits, see Apparatus for distilling and 
Hofmann’s Apparatus. 

8125. Stirrers, of German glass, one end round, the other pointed, per lb.60 cts. 

8126. Ditto, of French clay. 6 inch. 8 inch. 12 inch. 16 inch. 

.10 .15 .20 .25 cts. 



8124 8129 8130 8148 8137 8147 8149 


STOP-COOKS. 


^ 8127. Stop-cocks, brass, well-finished, air-tight, male, double ends for tubing, 


connections, bore £ inch, each..66 cts. 

8128. Ditto, bore J inch.$1 00 

% 8129. Ditto, ditto, one end for tubing the other with screw.75 cts. 

8129a. Ditto, ditto, bore} inch.$1 00 

^ 8130. Ditto, ditto, double male screw... 76 cts. 

8131. Ditto, ditto, bore } inch.$1 00 

8132. Ditto, ditto, male and female screw .80 cts. 

8133. Ditto, ditto, double female screw .86 cts. 

8134. Ditto, ditto, with universal movement, (connectors), each.$1 00 

8135. Stopcocks, brass, of new and improved pattern, plug with frill bore of tube. 

a, | in. Imre. .. 80 cts. 6, } in. bore.... .$1 00 


8136. Ditto, ditto, with quadrant and pointer to regulate exact quantities of gas supplied, 
c, | in. bore.95 cts. d, } in. bore..$1 15 


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^ 8137. Stopcocks, glass, Geissler’s, Hie best made, perfectly air-tight, 
small, bore 1 milli* Price.(See cut on page 208) .90ots. 

813a Ditto, ditto, of glass, perfectly air-tight, medium, bore 2 milli. $100 


8139. Ditto, ditto, ditto, large, bore 3 mill!.. 125 

8140. Ditto, ditto, extra large, clear bore, in stopper. 

4 milli 5 mill! 6 millL 8 milli 10 milli 
$1 75 2 25 *3 00 4 00 6 00 

Larger sizes to order. 


Stop-cooks of new designs. Patent applied for. Plug bored 
In an angle, to prevent leakage and make the same 
absolutely air-tight. 

• 

8141. Connection stop-cock, small.$1 20. Large.1 60 

Jfc 8142. Ditto, ditto, with mercury seal, small.$1 50. Large.2 00 

^8143. Three-way stop-cocks, small. 1 85. Large.2 50 

^8144. Ditto, ditto, downward, small. 1 85. Large.2 50 

^ 8145. Ditto, ditto, horizontal, with mercury seal, small.$3 00. Large.. , ...4 00 

Extra sizes to order. 



8145 8144 8146 


8146. These stop-cooks will be used if so wished on any form of gas burette, etc., made 

to order. 

8147. Ditto, of glass, very heavy, so-called factory made. See cut on page 208. 

Bore, 3, 5, 8, 10 milli 

Price, $1.00, 1.50, 1.75, 2.50. 

3£8148. Ditto, glass, Geissler’s, three way .(See cut on page 208).$1 75 

8149. Ditto, ditto, ditto, three way, new style. .(See cut on page 208)_ 1 75 

8150. Ditto, ditto, like 8149, for permanent rubber tube connection end pieoe 

not turning with the plug for gas apparatus. .$1 75 

Ditto, extra large for Geissler’s pump, etc., etc., to order at reasonable rates. 


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8151. Stopcocks, of glass, four way. 2 mm. bore, 4 mm. bore. 

$1 50, $2 00. 

8151a. Stopcock 3-way with funnel top for Gas apparatus... $2 00 

8152. Stopcocks, of best German acid proof stoneware. 


Number, 

i, 

2, 

3, 

4, 

5, 

6 


Bore, 

10. 

15, 

20, 

25, 

30, 

40 

millimeters. 

K 

t 

f 

i. 

1. 

13-16, 

H 

inch. 

Price, 

1.40, 

l.eo. 

1.85, 

2.30, 

2.80, 

3.60 

each. 


8153. Stopcocks, ditto, ditto. 


Number, 1, 

2, 

3, 

4, 5, 6, 

7, 

8, 

9 

Bore, 10, 

15, 

20, 

25, 30, 40, 

50, 

65, 

80 millimeters. 

i 

i. 

i. 

1, 1 3-16, If, 

2, 

2&, 

2} inches. 

Price, 1.40, 

i.eo, 

1.85, 

2.30, 2.80, .3.60, 

4.66, 

6.20, 

7.75 each. 





8154 8153 




8156 


O* 8154. Stopcocks, ditto, ditto. 


Number,, 

2a, 

3a, 

4a, 

5a, 

6a, 

7a, 

8a, 

9a. 

Bore, 

15, 

20, 

25, 

35, 

40, 

50, 

65, 

80 millimeters. 


1. 

i. 

1. 

13-16, 1|, 

2, 

2|, 

3f inches. 

Price, 

1.60, 

1.86, 

2.30, 

2.80, 3.60, 

4-65, 

6.20, 

7.75 each. 


For Three-way Stopcocks according to description, 75 per cent, additional. 


For grinding Stopcocks into outlets of vessels, 50 cents each. 


STOVES. 


8155. Stoves, for gas, round flame, best style, measure across the 


No. 0, 1, 2, 3, 

4 5 6 7 

.60 . 75 $1.00 1.20 

8156. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with double burner.$4 00 

8156a. Ditto, nickel plated. 


4, 

8 inches. 
1.60. 


With stopcock $4 50 
. 5 50 


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8157. Stoves* for gas, the new low shaped Economy stove, Morton’s patent, 
giving perfect satisfaction, 4} inches high, 9 inches square on top, 


Net. $4 25 

— 8158. Ditto, ditto, double stove.Net, 8 60 

8159. Ditto, ditto, round, 4 inches high, 81 inches diameter on top. 2 50 

% 8160. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with wooden handle.. 2 76 


8161. Gas Stoves* with complete set concentric rings. The most perfect labo¬ 
ratory gas stove, expressly for heating retorts and dishes safely without using a 
sand bath, as the flame will not touoh the bottom of the vessel, high or low shape. 



Diameter 6 in. 

8 in. 

10 in. 

12 in. 

8161a. 

low shape, 2.50, 

4.00, 

5.00, 

6.50. 

* 81616 

high shape, 3.00, 

4.50, 

6.50, 

7.00. 


8164 8160 

O 8162. Gas Stove with wire gauze protection for heating inflammable 
liquids in distillations, Ether, petroleum, etc. Small... .7 50. Large... .10 00 

o* 8163. Ditto, Fletcher's, for low and higher temperatures. This burner gives a complete 
range of temperature, from a gentle current of warn air to a clear red heat For 
very low temperatures the ring must be lighted through the opening B. With the 
blast arrangement.$2 00 Without blast.$1 75 

O* 8164. Ditto, ditto, solid flame.. 2 00 

Extra gauze topR, each. ..... 25 


8157 


8158 


8159 


8161b 


8163 


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—^ 8165. Stove, to burn kerosene oil. 

Diameter on top, 6, 

With 1 wick. 
$1.75 


6J 


With 2 wicks. 
2 25 


7} inches. 
With 3 wicks. 
2 75 



8167 


—^ 8166. Stoves, so arranged that the kerosene is kept under 

Tent explosion. 

Diameter on top, 5, 7}, 10} inches. 

Price, $1.50 2.60 4.50. 

Other Stoves see Furnaces and burners. 

% 8167. Strainers, of porcelain with or without handle. 

Diameter, 5, 6, 7, 8} 10} inches. 

.75, $1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 3.00 

8168. Ditto, of porcelain with flat, perforated bottom and straight sides. 

No. 1 2 3 4 5 

Diameter, 12 11 9} 7} 4} inch. 

Price, $2 00 1 75 1 25 1 00 .70 

8169. Ditto, s. c. dipping baskets, body 6} in.x6 in., porcelain_$2 25 

Q 8169a Ditto, Stoneware, diameter 6 inches..75c. Large, 9 inches 1 00 


8165 


8166 


8172 


8170. Straw Rings, plaited. 

Diameter inside, 1} 2 2} 3 4 5 6 7 8} 10 in. 

Diameter outside, 3} 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 in. 

Price, .15 .18 .20 .22 .25 .28 .30 .36 .45 .60 cts. 


% 8171. Streak Plates, of porous porcelain, for mineralogists. Royal Berlin. 

Igx2} in. 2Jx3| in. 3x4 in. 3}x5} in. 

.22 .25 .30 .40 cts. See fig. 6953. 


SUPPORTS. 


Of superior make, new styles and at considerably reduced rates. All our wood 
work is made of hard, well-seasoned wood. 

% 8172. Supports for burettes, of iron, with triangular base and iron clamp.. .90 cts. 


8173. Ditto, ditto, with two clamps.$1 40 

8174. Ditto, ditto, with three clamps.1 90 


If ordered with brass clamps, 15 cts. per clamp; if plated, 25 cts. additional' 


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8175. Supports, for burettes, iron, according to Professor Hoftnann, two parallel 


olamps for two burettes, with stand.$1 25 

8176. Ditto, ditto, iron, according to Professor Hofmann, four parallel damps, with stand. 

Price... .$2 00 

If ordered with white enameled iron base, additional $1 75. 

8177. Ditto, ditto, for one burette, metal clamp, with steel rod on wooden base, (like 

Figure 8178).$1 00 

8178. Ditto, ditto, with two Hofmann’s clamps . 1 50 

8179. Ditto, ditto, with four Hofmann's clamps.*. . 2 35 

If ordered with white enameled iron base, additional $1 75. 



8185a 


8180. Ditto, ditto, for burettes, Hofmann's, brass damp, new form, for 3 burettes, $4 00 

8180a. Ditto, ditto, with 2 arms.8 50 

8181. Ditto, ditto, for burettes, of wood, to be put against the wall, for pinch-cock 

burettes and pipette?.$1 60 

8182. Ditto, ditto, for burettes, of wood, same as used in Columbia Col¬ 

lege, one wooden cork* lined damp for burette.95 cts. 

8183. Ditto, ditto, with extra arm to keep burette steady.$1 25 

8181. Ditto, ditto, double arm for two burettes.1 25 

31^8185. Ditto, ditto, with extra arm to keep burette steady . 1 50 

8185a. Ditto, ditto, for burettes, of wood, for four Mohr’s pinch-cock burettes, two 
wooden arms ... . $1 35 


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Jfc 8186. Supports, for burettes of wood, revolving for eight burettes and pipettes_$3 00 

8187. Ditto, ditto, with white enameled iron base. 6 00 

3|£ 8188. Ditto, ditto, of brass, with universal joint, nickel plated, very light to hold test 
tubes, mattresses, thermometers and platin wire, for spectrum analysis, etc. $1 50 

3|£ 8189. Ditto, ditto, Bunsen’s, for flame reactions. 1 00 

8190. Ditto, ditto, with pins for 6 or 8 test tubes. 1 50 


8186 8192 8189 8190 

* 8191. Ditto, ditto, for condensers, of metal, according to Professor Bun¬ 
sen, with universal movement.$3 00 

8191a. Extra large.. 4 00 

2|£ 8192. Ditto, ditto, for oondensers, iron with Bunsen clamp. 1 60 

8193. Ditto, ditto, with extra large double clamp, like figure 5965. 1 85 

8194. Ditto, ditto, with universal double jointed clamp, see clamp a. s. of sup¬ 

port.$2 60 

^8195. Ditto, ditto, for condensers, Hoftnann’s. Small.$2 50 Large.3 50 


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8196. Supports for condensers, Bunsen’s modification.$3 50 

* 8197. Ditto, ditto, for condensers, of wood, according to Professor Liebig, with large 

wooden clamp.. 1 50 

8198. Ditto, ditto, wooden, with upright clamp.. 1 00 

3|£ 8199. Ditto, ditto, for large metal condensers of oak wood, with universal movement 

See figure 6027 . 6 00 

9|£ 8200. Ditto, ditto, with 3 wood-lined iron rings, for three funnels, with square or trian¬ 
gular base......$1 60 

8201. Ditto, ditto, with 3 flanged rings to hold funnels in position.. 1 00 



8197 8200 8202 8203 


8202. Ditto, ditto, with three extra large rings. 1 50 

^ 8203. Ditto, ditto, wooden, for one funnel, according: to Professor Frese- 
nius same as used in Columbia College ..85 cts. 

8204. Ditto, ditto, double base, with two plates for two funnels.$1 25 

8205. Ditto, ditto, for one funnel, a large wooden ring.85 cts. 

8206. Ditto, ditto, double base, with two rings, for two funnels. $1 25 

% 8207. Ditto, one arm, for two funnels.70 ots. 

8208. Ditto, ditto, double base, with two arms, for four funnels.$1 05 


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8209. Supports, wooden, one double arm, for four ftinnels .90 eta. 

8210. Ditto, ditto, two double arms, for eight funnels. . .$1 30 

8211. Ditto, ditto, for six funnels, as used in sugar houses, all six funnels in line between 

two uprights, height adjustable.$5 OO 

8212. Supports, so-called Retort Stands, with two rings, rings provided with entirely im¬ 

proved screws which allow the rings to be taken out from the side and will fasten 
tight to any thick or thin rod, square or triangular base.45 cts. 

8213. Ditto, ditto, larger, with three rings & square or triangular base* 

This is an entirely improved stand of superior make, and we 

claim it to be the best support made. Price.65 eta. 

No. 8213. With square base, is always given if an iron retort stand is ordered. 



8214 8217 8213 


3|£ 8214.Ditto, ditto, extra large, with four lings.$1 00 

Above Supports are entirely superior to what is generally sold as re¬ 
tort stands and less in price than the commonest stand in the market. 

8215. Ditto, ditto, four rings, extra large, with heavy adjustable base. $1 25 

8216. Ditto, ditto, with extra heavy triangular or square base and extra heavy 

rod, the heaviest support made. See figure 8228. $1 75 

8217. Ditto, ditto, iron, with extension rings, two rings.90 cts. 

Three rings. $1 25. Four rings. 1 50 

Extension clamps for same, (see fig. 5963.) Clamps, plain.85 cts. 

Hofmann's. (See fig. 5462). .85 cts ^ 


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8318. Supports, iron, square, enameled base, fork for Bunsen’s burner and one ring. 

Price .$1 75 

8319. Ditto, ditto, with Bunsen’s burner, star and chimney.. 2 75 

8230. Ditto, ditto, wooden, for pipettes, (style like fig. 8235).75 ots. 

8321. Ditto, revolving for 12 pipettes, polished. .$2 50 

8222. Supports, universal, of wood, cork lined, according to Professor Gay Lus- 
•sac, German form. .$1 25 



3|£ 8223. Ditto, ditto, universal, of wood, cork lined, with hea%y base, according to Profes¬ 
sor Shellbach.$2 00 

8224. Ditto, ditto, Griffin’s form, combining the advantages of the above two, of polished 
wood .$3 00» 

8325. Double size, mahogany. 4 00 

3|£ 8228. Ditto, ditto, universal, of iron, according to Prof. Bunsen, with 3 rings, fork for 
Bunsen’s burner, Bunsen’s burner with star and chimney, blow-pipe tube, por¬ 
celain plate and two large clamps for condensers, etc., complete.$8 00 

8237. Ditto, ditto, but with three olaraps and 4 rings. 7 00. 


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^ 82128. Supports, with extra heavy base, extra heavy rod, four clamps and 
four rings, otherwise like above, the heaviest and most complete Bunsen’s 

support made..$8 00 

3^8229. Supports, universal, according: to Dr. Squibb, with small and 
large sand baths, adjustable holders tor dishes, tunnels, pi¬ 
pettes, burettes, etc.$8 00 



8230. Supports, low form for 12 test tubes, all in one row. 

^ 8231. Ditto, ditto, low form, with 12 pins.*. 

8232. Ditto, ditto, for 12 test tubes, low form, 12 holes in 2 rows. 

8233. Ditto, ditto, with 6 pins. 

8234. Ditto, ditto, for 12 tubes, heavy, the most substantial for student’s use 


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—^ 8235. Supports, for 13 test tubes, usual form, German style, each ..35 cts. 

o* 8236. Ditto, ditto, for thirteen tubes, with drying points, each.45 cts. 

8237. Test Tube Support^, (like figure 8235), with wooden back to prevent tubes 

from slipping out.75 cts. 

8238. Ditto, ditto, Fresenius’, larger, with pins and larger holes.$1 00 

8239. Ditto, ditto, extra large, for lecture table, taking 8 and 10 inch test tubes, plain. 

Price.$1 60 




8244 8236 


8240. Ditto, ditto, polished mahogany. 2 50 

8241. Supports, for twenty-five tubes, plain, shape like figure 8235, each.70 cts. 

8242. Ditto, ditto, with drying pins, each, shape like figure 8236. $1 00 

^ 8243. Ditto, ditto, for 18 test tubes, according to Prof. Erlemeyer, with drying points, 

shelves to hold lour funnels, and drawer for pipettes, glass stirrers, etc.$2 00 

^ 8244. Ditto, ditto, heavier, fitted with 18 test tubes, 2 pipettes, 2 stirrers, 8 re-agent bot¬ 
tles, 2-2J inch funnels.$4 75 

8245. Support for test tubes, round, with pins, plain. 1 20 

8246. Ditto, ditto, round, with pins, polished. 1 50 




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8247. Supports, frame of wood, for supporting (| tubes, potash bulbs, etc., etc... $2 OO 

8248. Ditto, ditto, according to Fresenius, with adjustable cross arm .2 CO 

8249. Ditto, of wood, to hold strainers and felt filtering bags, filtering frames. 

6 8 10 12 14 inches square. 

.20 .25 .30 .35 .40 ©to. 

Shellbach’s and Gaj Lussao's stand, (see Supports, Universal) 

Supports of any design made to order according to drawings, at reasonable rates. 

O % 8250. Support Tables, movable up and down, foot heavily loaden with lead, of hard 


wood. Height if drawn out, 9 12 15 20 25 inches. 

.80 .75 .85 $1 00 1 20 

— 8251. Ditto, ditto, if finely polished, 25% extra, 
o* 8252. Ditto, ditto, with triangular iron feet... .85, $1 00, 1 25, 1 50, 1 75 

Height if drawn out, 9 12 15 20 25 inches. 

8253. Ditto, ditto, with extra vertical sliding fork to support horizontal tubes, 35 ots. ad¬ 

ditional. 

8254. Ditto, ditto, extra large made of oak wood, with triangular base. Height if drawn. 

out, 36 inches. :.$3 OO 

8255. Support table, wood, sliding horizontally on brass rod, the adjustable damp fitta 

any iron ring stand, complete.$1 

8256. Ditto, ditto, all wood, fitting our wooden supports, complete.1 

Swedish Filtering Paper, (see Filtering Paper.) 



% 8257. Syphons, glass, plain, 

6 12 15 18 24 30 inches. 

.15 .20 .25 .30 .40 .60 cts. 

3|£ 8258. Ditto, ditto, with suction tubes, for acids, best German. 

6 8 12 18 22 25 30 inches. 

.20 .25 .30 .40 .50 .75 $1 00 

^ 8259. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with Geissler's glass stop-cock and suction tube, best German. 

8 12 18 25 30 inches. 

$1 10 1 30 1 40 1 60 1 80 

8260. Syphon, with valve ground in, small..$1 OO 

Medium.$1 25. Large. 1 50 


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3k 6261. Syphons, for drawing off acids, poisons, etc. according to Bode and Wimpf, pnt in 

operation by blowing, made of glass, a very useful apparatus.$4 00 

3k 8262. Ditto, of glass, to take out samples from barrels, etc., so-called thieve glasses. 

Small.50 cts Large.75 cts. 

8263. Syringes, all kinds, patent, glass, metal, rubber, family, etc., constantly on hand. 
Tables, for glass-blowers, (see Glass-Blower’s Table.) 

8264. Ditto, of assay values.25 cts. 

Table Lights, see Burners. 

8265. Tapers, wax, to bum in oxygen, per box.15 cts. 

Technological Tables. See Appendix, pages 282 and 283. 

O 8266. Telegraphic instruments, outfit for learners, key sounder, battery chemi- 

oals, wire and book of instructions.$3 75 

08267. Telegraphic instruments, learner’s outfit, extra quality.7 00 

3k 8267a. Test Glasses, Bohemian, tall form, pointed, for urinary analysis. 

1 2 4 6 8 oz. 


.15 ' .20 .25 .30 .35 cts. 

8268. Ditto, ditto, oonical, with lip.25 cts. 

Contents, | 1 2 4 6 8 oz. 

.15 .15 .20 .25 .30 .35 cts. 

Test Lead, (see our list of Chemicals.) 


8269. Test Papers, as Litmus, blue and red, Turmeric... per quire 75 ets. 
8269a. Ditto, ditto, Femambuc, Potassiumjodide, acetate of lead. Brazil¬ 
wood, Congo, Qnajac, Huckleberry, Iodide of staroh, per quire $100 




8261 8262 8267a 8271 8274 8270 


TEST TUBES. 


3k 8270. Test Tubes, of best imported glass, even thickness, well annealed, 
free of lead. They come 6 dozen in a box, each tube wrapped 
in paper, or bundled in dozens. 

Length, 3x| 4x1 5x1 5x1 6x| 6x1 7x1 8x1 10x1 12x1 in. 

Dozen, .20 .25 .30 .30 .35 . 35 .50 . 60 $1 25 2 00 

Gross, $1 75 2 50 * 2 75 3 00 3 65 3 75 6 00 6 50 12 00 20 00 

3k 8271. Ditto, ditto, with side neck, best German glass. 

5 6 8 10 in. 

Each, .10 .12 .15 .20 cts. 

- Dozen, .75 35 1 30 2 00 

8272. Test Tubes, of infusible Bohemian glass. 

5 6 7 8 10 in. 

.8 .10 .12 .18 .25ct8. piece. 

8273. Ditto, ditto, with side neck, (like figure 8271.) 

5 6 7 8 10 in. 

.12 .15 .20 .25 .40 cts. piece. 

—* 8274. Test Tubes, on foot, with lip, plain, well made. 

4 5 6 7 8 10 in. 

.8 .10 .12 .14 .18 .20 each. 

O .75 .85 $1 00 1 20 1 50 2 00 per dozen. 


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^ 8275. Test Tubes, on foot, graduated in eubio centimeters. 

6 CC in J 10 CO in } 15 CC in J 25 CC in % 

.25 40 .45 .50 cts. 


Ditto, ditto, without foot, graduated, see color carbon tubes. 

8276. Test Tube Brushes, plain, galvanized wire, each.5 eta. 

8277. Ditto, ditto, ditto, brass wire. 8 eta. 

8278. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with sponge end, each 10 cts. (thick or thin,) per dozen. .90 eta 

3|£ 8279. Test Tube Clamp, made of wood usual form, (see figure 5955), each.15 eta 

8280. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with spring, larger, (see figure 5956,) each.40 ota 

% 8281. Ditto, ditto, ditto, Bunsen's, made of brass, each.30 eta 

^ 8282. Ditto, ditto, ditto, holder, metal on wooden handle.40 eta 


% 8283. Test Tube Cleaners, a rod, with sponge end, each_10 cts. 

8284. Ditto, ditto, ditto, a rod, on whale bone.25 eta 

Test Tube Stands, (see Supports.) Test Tubes for color 
tests, see Carbon Color Tubes. 

8284a. Test Tube holder, Chapman's new form, II 

small. 20 cts. Large.25 eta Q 




8275 8277 8282 8283 8285 8278 


THERMOMETERS. 

Equal to Ceissler’s make. 

8285. Thermometers, chemical, scale clear engraved on the stem, white 
back, or on enclosed milk glass scale, best European make, in pasteboard case. 


very exact. Graduated up to about 100° Celsius.$1 50 

“ « 200° Celsius. 1 70 

" “ 250° Celsius. 2 00 

“ 300° to 360° Celsius.2 00 

“ •• 212° Fahrenheit.1 60 

“ 14 350° Fahrenheit... 1 70 

“ “ 600° Fahrenheit.2 00 

8286. Ditto, same as above, stem, graduated on one and the same thermometer in 300° 

Celsius and 600° Fahrenheit or 100° C. and 212° F.$2 50 

8286a. Thermometers of Jena normal glass, with German government certificate of cor¬ 
rections, each.$5 00 Without certificate.$3 00 


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8287. Thermometers, chemical, Standard engraved on stem. 

0-100° C in 1-6 100-200° C in 1-6 0-100® C in 1-10 100-200° C in 1-10 

$360 350 400 400 

8288. Ditto, chemical, engraved on the stem, with white enameled back, the cylindri¬ 

cal mercury bulb of the same diameter as the stem, the vacuum above the mer¬ 
cury column is filled with nitrogen to prevent a separation of the latter 
when the instrument is used for higher degrees. From 0-360° or 400° C in 1-1° 

or Fahrenheit 750°...;. 13 ™ eaoh * 

8289. Ditto, normal, giving kind of glass and coefficient of expansion, of superior work¬ 

manship,imported to order in 1-6 or 1-10 degrees, and very sensitive. Price, ac¬ 


cording to range. .*10.00 to 20.00 

8290. Thermometers on paper scale, enclosed in glass tubes, European make, very 
reliable. 

Divided up to 130<> Fahrenheit, 7 inches, each.60 cts. 

« •< 1300 «« 12 inches, each. 70 cts. 

.< « 212* ** .86 cts. 

«< <« 400° “ . 60 

•« “ 600° “ . 1 76 

“ “ 100° Celsius.90 cts. 

«« 200 * “ . 61 60 

<« «• 300 q “ . 1 76 

«« « 100 Q Celsius and 212* Fahrenheit.30 cts. 


8290a. Thermometers for acid chambers, bent at right angles 240° F. or 100° C. each $1 50 



8290 8291 8294 8301 


8291. Ditto, common, in tin case, length, 7 8 10 12 inches. 

^ .18 .20 .25 . 30 

8291a Ditto, for sugar, short, 0-60* C.60 ota 

8291b. Ditto, for dairy, short, 0-150 9 F.30 eta 

8293. Ditto, self-registering alarm for incubators, bacterioscopical work, etc. $2 00 to 5 00 

8294. Ditto, maximum and minimum, on board, eaoh.. $2 00 both on one board $3 00 
Q 8295. Ditto, maximum and minimum, in metal case, Hicks’ patent 

8 in. 10 in. 12 in. 

$6 00 8 00 10 00 

8296. Thermometers, wood frame, bathing..$1 00 

O 8297. Ditto, clinical, Hicks' patent self-registering and magnifying, Fahrenheit-2 25 

Dozen. 24 00 

O 8299. Ditto, ditto, Fahrenheit and Celsius. 3 00 

08300. Ditto, ditto, indestructible index.2 75 

Dozen. 30 00 

^O 8301. Ditto, olinioal, plain, safety contraction. 1 00 

Dozen. 9 00 

O 8302. If furnished with Yale observatory certificate of correction, each, extra.75 cts. 

Dozen.$6 00 


Yale observatory certificates are also furnished for chemical thermometers on 
stem or milk glass. 


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8303. Parlor, window and every kind of fancy thermometers, on wood, glass,, porcelain, 

eta, furnished to order. 

Thermo-electric Pile, see Batteries. Thistle Tubes, see Fnnnel Tabes. Tyndall’s 
Platinum Zinc Battery, see Batteries. 

8304. Tiles, of clay, for Bunsen’s Combustion Furnaoe, per dozen. $1 60 

8305. Tinfoil, commercial, per lb.25 cts. 

— 8306. Ditto, pure tin, per lb..50 ots. 

— 8307. Ditto, rough on one side, for pasting on glass, per lb..50 eta. 

O 8308. Tips, of platinum, heavy, without seam, for Plattner’s blow-pipes.70 cts. 

8309. Ditto, ditto, made of brass...doz 75 cts. 

Tongs, for Crucible cupels, soorifiers, see there for pressing corks, see Cork 

pressers. Other tongs, see Forceps. 

8310. Towels, for the laboratory..15 to 30 cts. 

8311. Toweling, per yard. 12 cts. By the piece. 10 cts. per yard 



— 8312. Trays, Photographic, of porcelain, measures given are inside diameter. 


Size, 

5x7 

7x9 

Shallow, each, 

.44 

.66 

Deep, each. 

.62 

.82 

Size, 

14x17 

16x19 

Shallow, each, 

, 5 10 

6 28 

Deep, each. 

6 00 

8 00 


— 8312a. Ditto, agateware, 

Size, 5x7 7x9 8x10 

Shallow, .80 $1 00 1 25 

Deep. $1 00 1 25 1 60 

— 3 |£ 8312b. Ditto, hard rubber composition. 

Size, 4Jx6J 5x7 5x8 

Each, .40 .60 .65 


8 x 10 

10 x 12 

11x14 in. 

.82 

$1 32 

2 16 

$1 00 

1 66 

2 64 

19x23 

19x24 

22x27 in. 

11 60 

12 88 


14 50 

16 00 

25 00 

10 x 12 

11x14 14x17 

15x19 in. 

2 00 

3 00 5 00 

7 00 

2 25 

3 37 6 00 

8 00 

6 Jx 8 J 

8x10 10x12 11x14 in. 

.80 

$1 30 2 40 3 20 


8313. Trays, for coal and dirt, for blow-piping, japanned tin.40 ots. 

3 |£ 8314. Triangles, plain, iron, in three sizes, 5 cts. each. Dozen.50 ots. 

8315. Ditto, oovered with pipe stems. 10 cts. each. Dozen.75 cts. 

— 8316. Ditto, of solid platina wire, according to size of wire, 6 to 16 grams.. .38 cts. gram. 
% 8317. Ditto, after Fresenius, a solid platin wire triangle inside an iron one, see also 

Flatin Triangles.$1 00 to 2 00 

— 8318. Tool Chest, No. 1 , good solid outfit. $20 00 

— 8319. Ditto, ditto. No. 2, comprising more tools, and each tool drawn out of Stubbs steel, 

finely tempered, with handles of pear wood, with solid brass top and hard steel 

centre, very complete outfit.$40 00 

8315a. Triangles, of solid nickel wire,sides, 1£ 2 2} 3 4 inch 

.15 . 20 .25 . 35 .45 


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8320. Tripods, of iron, circular top, for spirit lamps, each.20 cts. 

8321. Ditto, ditto, brass, to take apart, very neat, each...60 ots. 

3£8322. Ditto, ditto, of iron, for Bunsen’s burners, with two rings .35 cts. 

8323. Ditto, ditto, three rings.45 cts. 

8324. Ditto, ditto, heavier, without rings, Bunsen’s style .30 cts. 

^ 8325. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with points.See Cut 8333.35 cts. 

8326. Ditto, ditto, very light, without rings .25 cts. 

8327. Ditto, ditto, large, diameter of ring 8 in. (same as Figure 8324).45 ots. 

8328. Ditto, ditto, with four rings. . 65 ots. 

8329. Ditto, ditto, very large, diameter of ring 10 in.65 ots. 

8330. Ditto, ditto, with 5 rings .$100 

8331. Ditto, diameter of ring 12 in.90 ote. 

8332. Ditto, with 0 rings .$1 25. 

8332a. Ditto, triangular, length of side, 5, 6, 8 inches. 

.30 .40 .50 

8333. Ditto, ditto, brass, to take apart, same as 8321 but 9 in. high.70 ots. 

8334. Ditto, folding, of galvanized iron.60 ots. 

8335. Ditto, iron, with chimney, 3 sizes, for use with one and several tube Bunsens 

burners. Small. Medium. Large. 

.50 . 65 .80 

3|£ 8336. Tripods, to set on top of Bunsen's burners. Small.30 ots. 

Extra large. 40 ots. 




8335 


Troughs, pneumatic, mercury, etc., (see Nos. 7006-7010.; 
o* 8337. Troughs, stoneware, acid and alcali proof, for galvanic baths and 
other chemical and technical use, well glazed. 

Inside dimension, 12x9x9, 12x12x12, 16x12x12, 16x16x12, 20x16x12 inches. 

Capacity, 4 7 9 12 15 gallons. 

Price, $2 50 4 35 5 50 7 60 9 25 

Inside dimension, 24x16x12, 21x20x12, 32x20x12, 16x16x16, 20x16x16 in. 
Capacity, 18 23 30 16 20 gals. 

Price, 11 00 13 50 15 00 10 00 12 60 

Inside dimension, 24x20x16, 32x20x16, 40x20x16, 24x20x20, 32x20x20 in. 
Capacity, 30 40 50 38 50 gals. 

Price, 15 00 20 00 25 00 18 50 25 00 

Inside dimension, 40x20x20 24x24x24 32x24x24 40x24x24 32x28x28 40x28x28 in. 
Capacity, 63 54 72 90 98 123 gals. 

Price, 31 00 26 50 36 00 44 50 49 00 60 00 

Troughs of other dimensions, not exceeding a capacity of 125 gallons and a length, 
width or height of 40 inches are made to order; any desirable changes, as tubula- 
tures, etc., will be added according to directions. 

These stoneware troughs are perfectly acid and alcali proof, but should not be used 
for boiling acids in, nor should they be exposed to sudden heat. 


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TUBES. 


% 8338. Tube Apparatus, for distillatioDB, with feeding tube, stop-cock, receiver and 

thermometer, each.. .$4 00 

8339. Tubes, for arsenio reductions, forms a, b, c, d. per doz. 50 to 75 cts., (aee Figure 
6357. 

Tubes for chloride of calcium, drying, etc., (see pages 92, 93 and 120.) 

% 8340. Ditto, (| shaped, with outlet at bend. 5 6 8 in. 

.40 .45 .50 cts. 

8341. Ditto, ditto, with small side tubes at the upper limbs, and outlet on the bend. 

5 inch. 6 inch. 8 inch. 

.60 .65 .70 ots. 

8342. Ditto, ditto, same as 8340, provided with a Gelssler stop-cock on the 

outlet, 5 inch. 6 inch. 8 inch. 

$1 60 1 60 1 70 

Above tubes will also be furnished with three bulbs, like figure 5944, if so ordered. 



8345a 8346a 


8343. Ditto, ditto, (| shape. 6 in. 8 in. 10 in. 12 in. 

.40 .50 .65 .75 cts. 

8344. Ditto, ditto, W shape. 6 in. 8 in. 10 in. 12 in. 

.40 .60 .85 $1 00 

O* 8345. Tubes, conical a or straight 6, with flange or enlargement to order in 
any shape, also with knee and branches of best acid proof stoneware. 
123456789 10 in. bore. 

Prioe, $1 00 1 15 1 25 1 55 1 85 2 20 2 75 3 00 3 75 4 25 

11 12 14 16 18 20 in. bore. 

Price, $5 25 6 25 7 50 9 25 11 75 15 00 

Per Meter = 39 inches. 

Diameters of Conical Tubes are measured according to diameter in the middle of 
the tube. Diameters of branches or angles of connection pieces, etc., are meas¬ 
ured at the ends. 

O 8346. Ditto for Condensation Towers, of best acid proof stoneware. 

24 28 32 35£ 39 inches bore. 

Price, $22 00 31 00 40 00 50 00 62 00 per Meter = 39 inches length. 

8346a. Tubes for fractional distillation, small.25 cts. Large.40 cts. 


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m&Hfc 8347. Tubas, for fractional distillation. 1 bulb, 6 in. long...25 cts. 

1 bulb. Sin. long. .35 cts. 2 bulbs, 7 in. long.35 cts. 

2 bulbs, 9 in. long.. .46 ote. 

^ 8348. Ditto, for fractional distillation, according: to Wurtz. 

Small, 2 bulbs.65. Medium. 2 bulbs.70. Large, 2 bulbs.80 

“ 3 “ .70. “ 3 “ .80. 14 3 “ .85 

^8349. Ditto, ditto, ditto, according to Lebel & Henninger. 

2 bulbs.$1 00. 3 bulbs.1 35 

4 bulbs.$1 55. 5 bulbs..1 75 

8350. Ditto, for fractional distillation, according to Hallock, collecting all that passed the 

thermometer bulb. Small.75-cts. Large.$1 08 

9k 8351. Ditto, for fractional distillations, provided with baskets of platinum wire gauze. 
Length, 10} in. 12} in. 15} in. 

Price, *4 00 5 00 8 00 

Extra platin gauze per gramme.. .60 cts. 



8352. Ditto, for fractional distillation, with glass valves, according to 

Glinsky. Large size.$1 60. Medium.1 25 

Small.1 00 

9k 8353. Tubes, for the absorption of gases, according to Babo, filled with glass beads.$1 25 

9k 8354. Ditto, ditto, according to Emmerling, filled with glass beads. 1 50 

8354a.Ditto, for filtering, with glass-powder, sand, etc., after Fresenius, see Filtering 

Tubes.25 cts. 

Ditto, for fat extraction, set of 2, after Mohr, (see 6265.) 

8355. Ditto, palladium, Hempel’s, for hydrogen determination, (see figure 5233-7) .50 cts. 
Filling. $1 50 extra. 


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9^8356. Tubes, for water analysis, s. c., 2-foot tabes (new form, like Kessler’s Jaw. 


Same price).I2 60 1 

8357. Tube, Bunsen’s, of brass, to be set into a Bunsen’s burner, producing yellow flame^ 
for blow-piping, (see figure 5862), each.20 ota 

3|B|6 8358. Ditto, of glass, T or Y form, bore i J f J 1 inch. 

.15 .20 .25 .30 .40 eta. 

8359. Ditto, ditto, of heavy barometer tubing. 

3-16 inch. J inch. { inch outside diameter. 

.30 .40 .50 cts. 

8360. Ditto, of glass, to connect one large pipe with two small ones. 

Diameter of thick end | } } 1 inch. 

.30 .40 .50 .60 cts. 

836L Ditto, of brass. Outside diameter. f } } 1 inch. 

.50 .60 .80 $1 00 

8362. Ditto, Tor Y form, of brass. 

Bore, 3-16 J f } } 1 inch. 

.30 .30 .40 .50 .65 .75 cts. 


Ditto, ditto, of glass, with Geissler’s stop-cocks, see Glass Stop-oocka 



8356 8359b 8368 


8363. Ditto, for connections, T form, with two Geissler’s stop-cocks...$3 25 

Tubes, for reductions, see (Reduction Tubes.) Ditto, for combustions, (Com¬ 
bustion Tubes.) Ditto, for drying, (Chloride Calcium Tubes.) Ditto, for nitro¬ 
gen determinations, (see Nitrogen Tubes.) Ditto, of rubber, (see Rubber 
Tubing. Ditto, specimen, (see Specimen Tubes.) 

8364. Tube Brushes, very handy for cleaning narrow glass and rubber tubes_5 eta 


Dozen.40 eta. 

83661 Ditto, ditto, one yard long, each. 20 eta. 

Tubing, of porcelain, (see Combustion Tubes of Porcelain.) 

8366. Turmeric Paper, quire. 75 eta: 

— 8367. Twine, gray, strong, pound, in \ lb. packages.40 cts. 

— 8368. Ditto, pink, best, strong, pound. 80 eta. 

— 8369. Ditto, pink, fine sea island, dozen .40 eta. 

— 8370. Ditto, box, of metal, or glass.50 cts. 

8371. Underplates, for acid bottles, etc., of porcelain, from 2} to 8 inches diameter; 

Price each. .10 to 50 eta. 


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URINE TEST INSTRUMENTS. 


8372. Fermentation Saccharometer. For the estimation of sugar in 
Urine. By Max Einhorn, M. D. 

DIRECTIONS. 

Take one gramme of commercial compressed yeast (or 1-16 of a cake of Fleisch- 
mann's Yeast), shake thoroughly in the graduated test-tube with 10 O.C. of the 
urine to be examined. Then pour the mixture into the bulb of the Saccharom¬ 
eter. By inclining the apparatus the mixture will easily flow into the cylinder, 
thereby forcing out the air. Owing to the atmospheric pressure the fluid does 
not flow back but remains there. 

The apparatus is to be left undisturbed for 20 to 24 hours in a room of ordinary 
temperature. 

If the urine contains sugar, the alooholio fermentation begins in about 20 to 30 
minutes. The evolved carbonic acid gas gathers at the top of the cylinder, forc¬ 
ing the fluid back into the bulb. 

On the following day the upper part of the cylinder is filled with carbonic acid gas. 
The changed level of the fluid in the cylinder shows that the reaction has taken 
place and indicates by the numbers — to which it corresponds — the approximate 
quantity of sugar present 



8372 


If the urine con tains more than one per cent of sugar, then it must be diluted with 
water before being tested. 

Diabetic urines of straw color and a specific gravity of 1018-1022 may be diluted 
twice; of 1022-1028, five times; 1028-1038, ten times. 

The original (not diluted) urine oontains in proportion to the dilution two, five or 
ten times more sugar than the diluted urine. 

In carrying out the fermentation test, it is always recommendable to take besides 
the urine tested, a normal one, and to make the same fermentation test with it. 

The mixture of the normal urine with yeast will have on the following day only a 
smal l bubble on the top of the cylinder. That proves at once the efficacy and 
purity of the yeast 

If there is likewise in the suspected urine a small bubble on the top of the cylinder, 
then no sugar is present, but if there is a much larger gas volume, then we are 
sure that the urine contains sugar. 

Single tubes 75 cents eaoh. For the convenience of physicians, we have put it up 
in a set consisting of two (2) Saccharometers and one graduated test tube, for 
$1 60 net 

8372 a. Urea Apparatus, according to Marshall, on foot, complete.$3 00 


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O* 8373. Apparatus for the rapid estimation of Urea, designed by Charles 
Doremus, M.D., Ph D. Professor Adjunct of Chemistry and Toxicology, Belle¬ 
vue Hospital Medical College. 

The apparatus shown in the cut is designed for the rapid approximate estimation 
of urea. It yields, when the test is carefully made, results closely in accord with 
the theoretical. 

That determination of the quantity of urea voided, is of importance in diagnosis, h** 
long been felt, but the difficulties met with in the manipulation of the tests 
which were to supply the data, were too irksome to physicians. 

REAGENTS NECESSARY. 

The Sodium hydrate solution (100 grammes to 250 C.C. of water, or 6 ounces to 1 
pint water) will keep indefinitely when tightly stoppered. 

The Bromine may be removed from the bottle in which it is kept by means of the 
nipple pipette. 

1 C.C. suffioes for a test More can be removed if a 
quantity of hypobromite is to be made up. Some 
oare must be exercised in handling the Bromine 
sinoe it gives oft irritating fumes — but by the 
above method of procedure no inconvenience ought 
to be experienced. 

The concentrated hypobromite must be diluted with 
its own volume of water. This can be done ap¬ 
proximately. 

The long arm and the bend of the areometer must 
be filled with the hypobromite. 

Having washed the pipette draw up exactly 1 C.C. of 
urine, pass the pipette through the bulb of the 
areometer as far as it will go in the bend. Com¬ 
press the nipple gently and steadily. The urine will 
rise through the hypobromite and the urea in¬ 
stantly decompose giving off nitrogen gas. 

Withdraw the pipette after the urine has been ex¬ 
pelled, taking care not to press the nipple hard 
enough to drive the air out after the urine, and 
read the volume of gas after allowing the froth to 
subside. The ureomder indicates according to its 
graduation either in milligrammes of urea in 1 CC. of 
urine or grains of urea per fluid ounce cf urine. 

The ureometer is graduated for 65° F. and upon 
an experimental basis. 8373 

In the office of the consulting physician or in hospitals where a quantity of hypo¬ 
bromite can be made every day or so, this apparatus should supply a long felt 
need. 

After use, simple washing will leave it ready for subsequent tests. 

Prioe of apparatus, complete, in box, with pipette.$1 25 

Solution Sodic hydrate used with the above apparatus, 60 cts. per pound, including 
bottle. 

Bromine, 25 cents per ounce, bottle included. 

A support with clamp like 8172 for the apparatus will be supplied if desired for 

$1 00 . 

On glass foot, like 8372.50 ots. extra. 



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8374. Esbach’s Albumenometer, for the quantitative estimation of al¬ 
bumen in urine. Directions for using the instrument 

To use the instrument, fill the same to U with the urine, and to R with the test- 
solution; then mix by agitation. Close the tube by a rubber stopper and lay the 
whole aside for 24 hours to obtain a perfect and well settled precipitation. 

Each of the main lines of division to which the accumulated precipitation reaches 
represents one gramme of Albumen in one litre of urine. 

The test-solution consists of 

10 grammes Picric Acid, to coagulate the Albumen. 

20 grammes Citric Acid, to keep the Phosphates in solution. 

Water sufficient to make one litre. 

2 grammes Picric Acid represent one gramme of Albumen. 

Test-solution, per pound, with glass-stoppered bottle. .40ots. 

Instrument, in box, price, 75 cents. 

^ 8375. Apparatus ior determining specific gravity of urine. Correct 
Urinometer, according to Dr. Squibb, with Thermometer Cylinder and Table 
for corrections, price, $2 00; without Thermometer. .$1 00 



8376. Urinometer, according to Neubauer & Vogel, set of two, with cylinder, 

in box.1000-1020 and 1020-1040..$1 00 

8377. Ditto, ditto, 1000-1060, with cylinder, in box, single instrument.SOcts. 

8378. Ditto, ditto, with fine Thermometer in body, with Cylinder, in box.$1 60 

See also Apparatus for Urinary Analysis and Hydrometers for Urine, pp. 32 to 34. 
Ure’s Eudiometer, see Gasometer Tubes. 

8880. Urine Glasses, conical, pointed, with lip and foot, 3 oz. capacity, dozen.. .3 00 
Urine Pipettes, cylindrical, see Pipettes. U Tubes, see Tubes. 

8381. Vacuum Apparatus, to evaporate liquids in vacuum, we furnish to order of any de¬ 
sired capacity. See Supplement Cat 

6381a. Vapor Density Estimating Apparatus, according to Victor Meyer, improved form, 

similar to figure 5288.$1 00 

Glass flask with long wide neck, glass bulb, with side tube. 1 20 

Glass bottles with ground stoppers, dozen. 1 60 

Ditto, ditto, without ground stoppers, dozen.85 cts. 

(8. Fresen. Zeitschr, 1880, p. 214.) Price complete, with } dozen of each bottles 

and support.(See also No. 5195).$5 70 

% 8382. Alcoholometer, Vaporimeter, according to Geissler, for estimating the percentage 
of alcohol of very diluted alcoholic liquids, complete with tables of calculation 

and of instructions for use.$20 00 

Vials, see Bottles. 


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^ 8385. Ditto, Stephens, lever. 2 in. 

$4 50 

% 8386. Voltameter, according to Dr. 

W. A. Levison, to measure the strength 
of electric currents; platina plates con 
be taken out; for description, see Greer’s 
Dict’ry of Electricity, 1882, N. Y.S10 00 
Support for same.$3 00 


8386 


8385 


^ 8387. Volumeter, according to Thoerner, for taking the specific gravity of solids, es¬ 
pecially coke and charcoal, etc., determining at the same time the porosity of 

these substances; graduated from 0 100 in 1-5 CC.; inclusive jar ..$4 50 

8388. Ditto, Gay Lussac’s, for light or heavy liquids .75 eta. 

3|(- 8389. Washing 1 Bottles, Faraday’s, fitted with rubber stoppers and tubes; 
flexible tubes, if so ordered. 

Contents, \ pint £ pint 12 oz. 1 pint 24 oz. 1 qt } gal. 

.35 . 40 . 45 . 50 . 60 . 75 $1 00 

8390. Ditto, ditto, if provided with cork stoppers. 20% less. 


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8391. Washing Bottles, according to Prof. Bunsen, each. 

4 oz. 8 os. 16 oz. 

.40 .60 .60 cts. 

8392. Ditto, ditto, according to Prof. Silliman, with large wide neck on top for rubber 

stopper, otherwise like 8391.8 oz., 65 cts. 

3|£ 8393. Ditto, ditto, after Drexel, with tube passing through glass stopper. 

Capacity, 4 oz. 120 CC. 8 oz. 250 CC. 16 oz. 500 CC. 32 oz. 1000 CC. 

.75 $1 00 1 25 1 50 

8394. Ditto, ditto, cylinder form, same capacity and price. 

83&>. Ditto, ditto, according to Liebig, see Edulcorating Apparatus. 

9|£ 8396. Ditto, ditto, Vogel's. } pint. .50 cts. 1 pint.75 cts. 

Quart.$1 00. } gal.1 20 

8397. Washing Flasks, all glass, tubes ground into the neck of the bottle for ether, etc. 
Capacity, 4 oz. 120 CC. 8 oz. 250 CC. 16 oz. 500 CC. 32 oz. 1000 CC. 

.80 $1 10 1 35 1 60 



8391 8394 8396 8398 




8397c 


8397d 


% 8397a. Ditto, ditto, with name etched in. 50 % more. 

8397b. W ash Bottle^ with brass fittings, for use with retort in making oxygen, of su¬ 
perior construction, capacity one quart, (see fig. 5212.).l quart, $3 00.. J gal. 4 00 

% 8397c. Wash Bottle Tubes, according to Vogel, short.35 cts. 

Long.40 cts. 

Other Washing Bottles, (see Woulff’s Bottles.) 

Washing Cylinders, (see Drying Cylinders.) and Gas Washing Cylinders. 

* 8397d. Washing, Sifting and Separating Apparatus. 4 sieves. .. .$25 00 


Dfc 8398. Washing Bottle, Muenoke’s. 200 CC. 400 CC. 

$2 00 2 50 

8399. Ditto, ditto, Hem pel’s, to hang, for gas analysis. 

Capacity, 10:) CC. 250 CC. 

.75 $1 00 

8400. Ditto, ditto, for bromine, etc., tubes provided with stop-cocks..$2 00 extra. 


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% 8401. Washing Apparatus, according to Kjeldahl. . .$1 60 

8402. Washing or Sifting Apparatus, for separating soils for agricultural analysis, with 

stop-cock and cubic centimeter graduation.$3 50 

^8403. Washing Bulb, according to Liebig. 25 cts. 

^ 8404. Wash Bottle, top attachment 

Capacity, 100 256 500 CC. 

With stop-cock, $2 00 2 60 3 00 

Without stop-cock, 1 00 1 50 2 00 

See also Gas Washing Bottles. 

8405. Watch Glasses, best imported, well annealed, deep form, edges ground, 
used for covering beakers, etc. 

Diameter, 1 1} 2 2} 3 3} 

Per dozen, .20 .25 .25 $1 25 1 35 1 75 

Diameter, 4 4} 5 6 7 8 9 in. 

Per doz. 1 90 2 10 2 50 3 00 5 00 6 00 8 00 


8406. The 2 inch Watch glasses we have in three styles, flat, half-deep and deep, the 
deep shape is 20 cts. higher per dozen than the other. 



8401 8402 8404 8403 8408 8413 


% 8407. Watch-Glass Clips, of brass, nickel plated, small...15 cts. 

Large.20 cts. 

8408. Ditto, ditto, with two 2 inch watch-glasses, ground tight.30 cts. 

8409. Ditto, ditto, with two 2} inch watch glasses, ground tight...40 cts. 

^ 8410. Watch-Glass Springs, Bunsen’s. Diameter, 2 2} inches. 

.20 .26 cts. 

^ 8411. Ditto, ditto, with two glasses. Diameter, 2 2 § inches. 

.35 .45 cts. 

8412. Watch Springs, for burning in oxygen, per doz .25 ctB. 


Water Decomposition Apparatus, see Apparatus, Hofmann’s. 


WATER BATHS. 


3£8413. Water Baths, of entirely improved make, heavy copper, tin 
lined, with copper handles, steam escape and small cover to keep the bath 
closed when not in use. In these baths everything is rivetted and nothing 


soldered, bottom part all in one piece. 





Diameter, 

4 5 

5J 

6 

8 

10 in. 

Number of Cover and Rings, 

4 5 

5 

6 

7 

8 

Each, complete, 

85 $1 00 

1 15 

1 40 

2 25 

5 00 


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8414. Water Bath, with constant level, according to Prof. Keknle, a very useful appar¬ 
atus, made like our other water baths of heavy copper, the whole resting upon an 
iron tripod. 

Diameter of bath, 5 54 6 8 in. 

With tripod, $2 50 2 65 3 00 4 25 

8414a. Ditto, ditto, without tripod. 200 2 20 240 350 

3|£ 8415. Water Bath, of porcelain, for drying filters, poison analysis, eto. 

Diameter, 4 5 6 in. 

$1 15 1 40 1 75 

8416. Ditto, ditto, of iron, nickel plated, with concentric rings..6 in. $1 25 



8418 




8414 



8417 


8417. Ditto, ditto, of agate ware, (enameled iron) with tin lined copper rings. 

Diameter, 5) 6} 8 9 10 12} inches. 

$1 60 2 50 3 00 3 50 8 00 7 50 

Ditto, porcelain rings for same, see rings of porcelain. 

8418. Ditto, ditto, of heavy copper, arranged to be heated by steam, stove 

or burners ; size of the square copper box, 13Jx29 inches, including five 
smaller and three larger openings, all provided with rings and cover. The bath 
having a steam pipe and a brass stop-cock to draw off the water, is provided 
with Kekule’s constant regulator, and supported by four movable iron feet, 

complete . .$20 00 

8418a. Ditto, ditto, same as above, with two openings instead of eight, one of 7 inch di¬ 
ameter with 6 rings, the other of 12 inch with 10 rings. 20 00 

8419. Ditto, ditto, same as above, square, with four or eight openings, with 

rings, resting on four legs, measuring 13£xl4} inches.$15 00 


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^ 8420. Water Bath, of heavy copper, with rings and funnel heater, taking any 6ize funnel: 

resting on four movable legs, complete, with level regulator.$14 00 

8420a.Ditto, ditto, after Kekule, with stand, water level and holder for Meyer's vapor fun¬ 
nels and porcelain rings. Diameter, 6 in. 8 in. 

$6 00 8 00 



8420a 


8421 


OSfc 8421. % 8422. Ditto, ditto, with level, after Fresenius, with tripod and regulator, com¬ 
plete, like figure a or b. 

5 6 8 in. 

$5 00 6 00 8 00 

8423. Support table for 8421, as per drawing.$1 00 to 1 50 extra. 

— 8424. Ditto, ditto, after Bunsen, see Desaga 1069, consisting of Support of iron, Copper 
bath, with gauge, Porcelain funnel. Glass plate with perforations, Glass Cylin¬ 
ders, Water Level regulator, complete with star burner. . .$30 00 

^8425. Ditto, ditto, regulator, all glass. Pint.$1 00 

Quart.1 60 


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8426. Water Bath, or Filter Dryer, of porcelain, for drying precipitates on the fil¬ 

ter .(See fig. 6285) . $1 60 

8426a. Water Bath, with burner and gauge protection for heating inflammables. 

Diameter, 6 in. 8 in. 

$6 00 8 00 

Other Water Baths, (see Drying Baths.) 

8427. Water Bottle, best Bohemian glass, 7} gallon capacity, for holding distilled 

water for the use in laboratories, with ground in glass stop-cock.$12 00 

8427a. Ditto, ditto, without ground in 6top-cock.$10 00 

8427b.Ditto of stone ware, with stopper and stop-cock. .$12 00. .without stop-cock. 10 00 


8427C-6 


8427c-a 


8426a 


O 8427a Water Filter, Pasteur. Chamberland, the only filter gmng water free of bac- 
terias, in ordering state whether used for the bacterioscopical laboratory or for 
the household. 

a Single filter with stop-cook...$10 00 

8 tube filter. . 20 00 

$£* 6 tube filter. 30 00 

7 tube filter... 85 00 

100 tube filter.250 00 

Single tubes... 1 00 

8427cL Pasteur Filter Tube, small, pencil size, for bacteriological work, each 25o. 


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8428. Fletcher's Instantaneous Water Heater, giving instantly a continuous 
supply of pure water at any temperature, from boiling to lukewarm, free from 
products of oombustion, aud suitable for all purposes. 

Designed to hang over a laboratory sink. 

In two sizes; large size, height 19 inches, projection from wall, 8 inches; small size, 
height 18 inches, projection from wall, 6 inches. 

Recent Improvements —A pilot light attachment, which keeps the water in the coil 
constantly warm, and automatically lights the burner when the gas is turned on; 
also a coupled gas and water tap, operated by one lever, a turn of which lights 
the burner and gives an immediate flow of warm water. The pilot light can be 
furnished alone or in combination with the coupled taps. 

Note. —The light must be applied to the gauze before the gas is turned on. 


PRICES. 

No. 147. Water Heater, small size.$11 00 

No. 14. 41 44 44 44 with pilot light.13 00 

No. 14. 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 and coupled taps. 20 00 

Nickel plating, extra. .. 2 50 

No. 147. Water Heater, large size. 15 00 

No. 147. 44 44 44 44 with pilot light.. . 17 00 

No. 147. 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 and coupled taps. 25 00 

Nickel plating, extra . 3 00 

No. 347. Horizontal, all brazed for laboratory. . 15 75 



8428 8429 

0)j£ 8429. Fletcher's new instantaneous Water Heater. This gives, when connected with a 
cistern or water tap, hot water in three seconds after the gas is lighted, either 
boiling, hot, warm, or oold, the water being pure, and fit for cooking purposes. 
It will deliver sufficient hot water for washing hands in one minute. It is simple, 
cheap, not liable to get out of order or wear out, and is equal in power to the 
small size Instantaneous Water Heater above. 

PRICES. 

No. 247. Water Heater, without burner.$3 00 

With burner, No. 47, complete, as engraved..5 00 

8430. Water Wheel, Segner's, for sulphuric acid works, (Gay Lussac’s towers) dem¬ 
onstrating the principle of Reacting Hydrostatic Pressure, made of glass, accord¬ 
ing to size.Prioe, $1 50 to 3 00 each. 


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843L Weighing Capsules or Scoops of Aluminium. Price, according to size and 
weight.$1 60 to 2 00 each. 


8432. Ditto of glass, horn or rubber.each, 25 ots. 

* 8433. Water Hammer .75 to $1 00 

Weights, see Balances and Weights. Weighing Bottles, see Bottles for Weighing. 

8434. Weighing 1 Tubes, (see also Bottles for Weighing), set of two, one sliding into 

the other, each 2 in. long, per set.20 ots. 

—)|£ 8434a. Supports for Weighing Tubes of metal.$1 50 

8435. Wicks, plain, for aloohol lamps, per bundle.10 ots. 

8436. Ditto, round, for Berzelius', Bose's, eta, lamps, (in ordering please state for al¬ 

cohol or kerosene,) per doz.25 cts. 

8437. Wick Holder, of brass, each. Small.5 cts. Medium.8 cts. 

Large..10 cts. 



8434a 



8434a 


8437b. Wire, nickel...lb. $2 50 Ounoe. 

8438. Wire, very fine, of pure iron, for standardizing, pound. 

8439. Ditto, of best piano steel, pound. 

8440. Ditto, of pure copper, pound. . 

Ditto, coated with gutta peroha for batteries, etc. See 8 444 -8 448 . 

— 8441. Wire gauze, copper, for combustions, etc. 

20 40 60 80 100 mesh. 

.70 .75 .85 $1 20 1 70 sq. ft 

8442. Ditto, ditto, iron, correct thickness of wire for heating. 

6 10 14 16 20 40 60 80 mesh. 

.20 .25 .28 .30 .30 .45 .70 $1 00 sq. ft 

If made of finer wire it is less in price. 

8442a. Ditto, ditto, of iron, to put under dishes, piece of 4 in. square. 

5 in. square.8 cts. 6 in. square. 

8 in. square. 

8443. Brass, gauze. 

10 20 30 40 60 80 100 mesh. 

.50 .50 .55 * .60 .65 .90 $1 30 sq. ft 

8443a. Ditto, ditto, of brass, piece of 4 in. square, 10 cts., per square foot. 

8443b. Ditto, ditto, of platina, for fractional distillation, etc., per gramme. 

Coarse..60 cts. Fine. 


8433 


20 ots. 
.60 eta 
.$1 25 
60 ots. 


.6 cts. 
10 cts. 
20 cts. 


50 cts. 
75 cts 


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8443c. Wire Gauze, of nickel, about No. 30, per sq. ft. $2 50 

Per square inch. . 2 ^ 

Wire Holders, for platinum wires, see Holders. 


O 8444. Wire, cotton coated, for office and call belL 
No. 12, 14, 16, 18, 

Per pound, 35 52 90 132 

—2ft 8445. Single wire, single coat 

No. 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 

.6 .5 .4 .3 .3 .2 .1J 

—2^8446. Double wires. No. 24.8cts. No. 18.... 


200 239 feet_lb. 50 cts, 

31 Brown Sharp*s gauge. 

.1 ct per ft, lees by quantities. 


-2|t 8446. Double wires. No. 24.8 cts. No. 18.15 cts. per ft, less by quantities. 

— 8447. Ditto, coated with cotton, for electro magnets, etc. 

Nos. 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 38 B. & 8. gauge- 

Per pound, .60 60 76 90 1 10 1 35 1 65 2 00 9 00 

— 8448. Ditto, coated with silk, for coils, etc., see figure 8445. 

Nos. 18 19 23 25 28 29 30 32 B. A S. gauge- 

Per pound, $1 15 1 25 1 50 1 80 2 40 2 75 3 00 3 50 

Woulff’g Apparatus, for washing and absorbing gases, (see figure 5113, Ap¬ 
paratus. ) 



8445 8446 8450 8453 8455 


8449. WoulflTs, Bottles, of heavy German glass, with two round necks. 

Capacity, J pt J pt 1 pt 1J pt 1 qt J gaL 1 gal. 2 gaL 
.40 .45 .50 .70 .85 $1 25 2 25 4 60 


8450. Ditto, ditto, with three necks, 10 per cent higher. 

— 8451. Ditto, ditto, light blown glass, two necks. 

2 ounce. 4 ounce. 6 ounce. 8 ounce. 

Price, .25 .45 .60 $1 00 

— 8452. Ditto, ditto, ditto, three necks. 

2 ounce. 4 ounce. 6 ounce. 8 ounce. 

Price, .30 .50 .70 $1 10 

3|£ 8453. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with outlet near the bottom and two neoks. 

Capacity, 1 pt 1 qt } gaL 1 gal. 2 gaL 

$1 00 1 25 1 75 2 25 3 00 

8454. Ditto, ditto, ditto, with three necks, 10 per cent, extra. 

9|£ 8455. Ditto, ditto, with delivery tubes and stopper ground into the necks. 

Capaoity, 4 8 16 32 ounce.. 

Price, $1 00 1 25 1 60 2 00 


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O % 8456. WouIITb Bottles, with or without outlet near the bottom, with water joint a 
or plain flange 6. Of best German acid' proof stone ware. 

Capacity, 6 12 20 25 30 40 gallons. 

Price, $4 25 6 50 7 25 9 00 11 00 13 25 each. 

Capacity, 50 60 75 100 150 gallon* 

Price, $18 00 22 00 28 50 38 50 60 00 each. 

MTurtz’s Apparatus, for fractional distillation, (see Tabes for Fractional Dis¬ 
tillation. 

—8457. Zincs, for Bunsen’s Carbon Batteries, heavy cast sine. See figure 5531. 

Numbers, 1 1J 1} 2 

Height, 2} 3} 4} 7 inches. 

Prioe, .36 .45 $1 00 2 00 



8457 8459 8456b 


— 8458. Ditto, ditto, rolled, with connections, (see figure 5532.) 

Capacity, J 1 2 4 8 16 pint 

Height, 2} 3} 4} 5} 7J 10 inches. 

Prioe, .30 .40 .60 .70 $1 00 1 50 

—8459. Ditto, plates, for Smee*s, etc., batteries. 

31x5 inch. 4x8 inoh. 

Per pair, .50 .90 ots. 

8460. Ditto, for gravity Battery, for 5x9 inch. 6x8 inch Jar. 

.30 .40 cts. 

8461. Ditto, ditto, ditto, orawfoot, for 6x9 inch. 6x8 inch Jar. 

.30 .40 cts. 

8462. Ditto, for Leclanche*s battery.. 


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8563. LIST OF APPARATUS AND CHEMICAL8 needed for 
the performance of the Experiments described in 
“The Young Chemist/* by Prof. John H. Appleton. 


No. 

1. —3 Beakers, 1-3. 

2. —3 Blocks of woody 3x3x1 

inches. 

3. —1 Blow-pipe, brass, 8 in. 

4. —1 Casserole, six ounce. 

6.— Corks, doz. Assorted. 

6. —1 Cork, fitted with glass 

jet 

7. —1 Crucible, porcelain, 00. 

8. —100 Filter Papers, 4 in. 

9. —1 Flask, plain, eight oz. 

10. —1 Flask, side neck, two 

ounce. 

11. —1 Funnel, two inoh. 
11-2 feet Glass Tubing, quill 

size. 

13. —1 Jar, specie, quart 

14. —1 Lamp, for alcohol, two 

ounces. 

16.—1 Lamp Chimney. 

16. —1 Lead Cup, 2 inches. 

17. —1 Lead Post 

18. —1 Magnet, 3 inches. 


No. 

19. —1 Platinum Foil, 1 inoh 

square. 

20. —1 Platinum Wire, 3 in. 

21. —1 Retort, two ounces, tu¬ 

bulated and stoppered. 

22. —12 Test Tubes, plain fire 

inch. 

23. -2 Test Tubes, plain, 8 

inch. 

24. —1 Test Tube, side neck, 

five inoh. 

26.—1 Test Tube, hard glass, 
eight inch. 

26. —1 Test Tube, side neok, 

eight inoh. 

27. —6 Test Tubes, small, for 

blow-pipe, 3 inoh. 

28. —1 Test Tube Rack. 

29. —1 Taper. 

30. —1 Pair Tweezers, 6 inch. 

31. —1 Tripod for lamp. 

32. —1 Watch Crystal, 2 inch. 


No. 

33. —1 Bunsen Burner with 

regulator. 

34. — 3 feet Rubber Tubing. 

35. —1 Blow-pipe Tube. 

36. —1 Two-ring Retort Stand, 

iron. 



CHEMICALS. 


No. 

1. Alum, 4 ounces. 

2. Aluminium, 1 dram. 

3. Ammonio Carbonate, two 

ounces. 

4. Ammonio Chloride, four 

ounces. 

5. Antimony, 1 ounoe. 

6. Argentic Nitrate, 1 dram. 

7. Ansenious Oxide, 1 ounoe. 

8. Baric Nitrate, 1 ounce. 

9. “ Chloride, 1 ounoe. 

10. Beeswax. 2 ounces. 

11. Bismuth, 1 dram. 

12. Bismuthio Nitrate, 1 drm. 

13. Bleaching Powder, four 

ounoes. 

14. Borax, 2 ounces. 

16. Calcic Carbonate, marble, 
4 ounces. 

16. Calcic Sulphate, 4 oz. 

17. Carbon bi-sulphide, one 

ounce. 

18. Charcoal, 2 ounces. 

19. Charcoal, animAl 2 oz. 

20. Oobaltous Nitrate, 1 dram. 

68. Potassio Sulpho-cyanate, 

4 ounce. 

63. Quills, 4 ounces. 

64. Sand, 4 ounces. 

66. Shellac, 1 ounce. 

66. Sodium, 1 dram. 

67. Sodio Chloride, 1 ounce. 

68. “ Hydrate, 1 ounce. 

69. " Silicate, 1 ounce. 


No. 

21. Copper, wire, 1 dram. 

22. Copper Pyrites, 1 ounce. 

23. Copper Sulphate, 2 ozs. 

24. Fluor-spar, 4 ounces. 

25. Gold Leaf. 

26. Indigo, 1 dram. 

27. Iodine, 1 dram. 

28. Iron Pyrites, 1 ounce. 

29. Iron Sulphate, 4 ounces. 

30. Iron Sulphide, 4 ounoes. 

31. Iron Turnings, 1 ounce. 

32. “ Wire, 1 ounoe. 

33. Lead, sheet 1 ounce. 

34. “ acetate, 1 ounoe. 

35. “ nitrate, 1 ounce. 

36. Lime, quick, 4 ounces. 

37. Lithio Carbonate, 1 dram. 

38. Litmus Blocks, 1 ounce. 

39. *' Paper, 2 books. 

40. Magnesium, 2 feet 

41. Magnesium Sulphate, four 

ounces. 

42. Mercury, metallic, 2 oz. 

43. Manganese Di-oxide, four 

ounces. 

70. Stannous Chloride, 1 os. 

71. Starch, 1 ounce. 

72. Strontio Nitrate, 2 ounces. 

73. Sulphur, 4 ounces. 

74. Sulphuretted Hydrogen 

Water, 2 ounces. 

75. Tartar Emetic, 1 dram. 

76. Tin Foil. 1 ounce. 

77. Turpentine, 2 ounoes. 


No. 

44. Manganese, Sulphate, om 

ounce. 

45. Merourio Chloride, one 

dram. 

46. Mercuric Oxide, 1 dram. 

47. Nickel, metallic, 1 dram. 

48. “ double sulphate of; 

and ammonia, 1 oz. 

49. Oxalic Acid, 2 ounces. 

50. Paraffine, 2 ounces. 

51. Phosphorus, 1 ounce. 

62. Potassium, 1 globe. 

53. Potassic Bromide, 1 oz. 

54. “ Iodide, | ounoe. 

55. 44 Carbonate, 4 ozs. 

56. “ Chlorate, 2 ozs. 

57. 44 Di-Chromate, two 

ounces. 

58. Potassio Ferrocyanide, 

1 ounce. 

59. Potassic Ferricyanide, one 

ounce. 

60. Potassic Nitrate, 4 ounoes. 

61. “ Permanganate, 4 

ounces. 

78. Zinc Sulphate, 4 ounoes. 

79. “ Metallic, 1 ounce. 

80. Acid Acetic, 4 ounces. 

81. 44 Chlorohydric, 4 ozs. 

82. “ Nitric, 4 ounces. 

83. 44 Sulphuric, 4 ounces. 

84. Alcohol, Ethylic, 4 ounoes. 

85. Ammonio -Hydrate, glass- 

stoppered bottles, 4 oz. 


— The whole set complete 


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— 8566. Set to perform the experiments in the New Edition of Steele’s 
Chemistry, Apparatus and Chemicals complete..$25 00 


& 

No. No. No. 

1. —Ginas Funnel, 4 inches. 27.—10 grains Barium Chlor- 59.—1 dram Oxalic Acid. 

2. —Glass Spirit Lamp, four ide. 60.—1 Piece Phosphorus. 

ounces. 28.-2 ounces Bleaching Pow- 61.—10 groins Platinum 

3. —2 Porcelain Evaporating der. Sponge. 

Dishes, 3x4 inches. 29.—2 ounces Bone Black. 62.—} dram Potassium Metal 

4. —Two 3 feet long Combus- 30. — 1 oz. Calcium Sulphate. 63.—1 ounce Potassium Bi- 

tion Tubes, glass. 31.—2 drams Camphor. chromate. 

5. —1 Retort Stand, with two 32.—2 drams Carbon Bisul- 64.—4 ounces Potassium Chlo- 

rings. phide. rate. 

6. —1 dozen Assorted Test 33.—20 grains Cobalt Nitrate. 65.—1 ounce Potatsinm Ferro- 

Tubes, 4, 6 and 6 in. 34.—1 oz.—Copper Sulphate. cyanide. 

7. —1 Porcelain Mortar and 35.—2 ozs. Ether Sulphuric. 66.—1 ounce Potassium Hy- 

Pestle, No. 6. 36.—1 ounce Fluor-spar. drate. 

8. —1 Jeweller’s Blow-pipe, 10 37.—1 piece Wire Gauze, 6 67.—1 dram Potassium Iodide. 

inches. inches square. 68.—I ounce Potassium Ni- 

9. — 2 dozen Assorted Corks. 38.—1 three-cornered File, 4 Irate. 

10. —1 Evolution Flask, with inches. 69.— } dram Potassium Per- 

rubber stopper, } pt 39.—1 Round File, 4 inches. manganate. 

11. —1 Funnel Tube, and de- 40.—6 inch Platin Wire. 70.—Gold Leaf 1 book. 

livery Tube. 41.—1 Lead Tray, 21 inches. 71.—20 grains Gun Cotton. 

12. —1 Florence Flask, with 42.—1 oz. Measuring Glass. 72. —1 lb. Hydrochloric Aoid. 

rubber stopper, 8 oz. 43.—25 CC Measuring Glass. 73.— } dram Indigo. 

13. — 1 Funnel and Delivery 44. — 1 Pair of Scales. 74. —15 grains Iodine. 

Tube. 45.—1 Set Ounce Weights. 75.-4 ounce Sulphate of Iron. 

14 — J, 1-12, 1-16 and 1-24 oz. 46.—1 Set Gramma Weights. 76.—1 ounco Sulphate of Iron. 
Florence Flask. 47.—12 Sheets Filtering Paper. 77.—1 ounce Lead Acetate. 

15. —6 Assorted Rubber Con- 48.—1 Nest Hessian Crucibles, 78.—} ounce Lead Oxide. 

nectors. large 55. 79.—60 grains Nitrate Silver. 

16. —1 Deflagrating Spoon. 49.—1 Pipette. 80.—J dram Sodium MetaL 

17. —i lb. G1.8S Tubing. 50.—1 Rubber Gas Bag, one 81.—} ounce Sodium Biborate. 

18. —1 quart Alcohol. gallon. 82.—} ounce Sodium Carbon- 

19. —} ounce Alum. 51.—1 Socket and Stop-oook. ate. 

20. — 4 ounces Aqua Ammonia. 52.—1 Set Coik Borers, 1-6. 83.-4 oz. Sodium Sulphate. 

21. —} ounce Ammonia Chlor- 53.-4 ounces Manganese Per- 84.—} drm Strontium Nitrate. 

ide. oxyde. 85.—} lb. Sulphur. 

22. —4 onnees Ammonia Ni- 54.-1 dram Mercury Bichlor- 86.-2 lbs. Sulphuric Acid. 

trnte. ide. 87.—2 drams Tartaric Acid. 

23. —20 grains Aniline. 55.—} dram Mercury Cyan- 88.-2 drams Oil of Turpen- 

24. —} ounce Antimon Metal. ide, tine. 

25. —20 grains Antimon Tar- 56.—} dram Mercury Oxide. 89.—} dram Chloride Zinc. 

trate. 57.—} lb. Nitric Acid. 90.—1 quart Distilled Water. 

26. —40 grains Arsenious Acid. 58. —1 dram Ground Nutgalls. 



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* 8570. Apparatus required for Cooley’s Guide to Elementary Chem¬ 
istry, as authorized by the editor to furnish, sufficient for a 
class of 12. By Teachers, No. 1. By Students, No. 2, 



Oat No. No. *. 

6137. Cylinders on foot, lip, 25 c*c. to J.2 pieces, $1 00 

8270. Test Tubes, 6x| inch.1 dozen, .40 

8271. Side Neck Tube, German, 6x$ inch.2.25 

8272. Ditto, ditto, ditto, hard glass, 6x| inch.2.45 

6839. Mortar and Pestle, porcelain glazed, 3$ inoh..1.45 

8236. Support, smaller size.1.60 

5964. Clamp for 8212, small universal movement.1 120 

6348. Side neck Flask, round bottom, 150 0.0 . 2.70 

44 44 44 4 4 2 50 c.c.1.40 

Beaker Flasks, 200 0 . 0 ., (6 oz).2.45 


6348. 

6345. 

6345. 

8010. 


1 40 


.25 

.80 

.25 

.60 

.20 

.10 


600 c.c., (16 oz.)..4 

Soft Rubber Stoppers, 2 holes, size to fit the 200 0 . 0 . 

flasks, 6346.2 

8010. Soft Rubber Stoppers, 2 holes for 600 c.c. flasks.4 

8010. 44 44 4 Size to fit side neck flask.2 

6692a. Alcohol Lamp, 4 ounces or Bunsen Burner6809.1 

6389. Glass Funnel, German, long thin stem, 3>£ inch.1 

6676. Wide mouth bottles, 400 c.c. 1 

5676. Ditto, ditto, ditto, 200 c.c .1.06 

6384. Foroeps, steel, plain, 4} inch... 1.20 

6174. Porcelain Dishes, R. B., 3J inch diameter.2. .70 

5941. Chloride Calcium Tubes, 1 bulb, 6 inch.1.18 

6929. Pinch-cocks, Mohr's, small.1 . .20 

6540. Glass Tubing, 3-16, outside diam. 1 pound, .60 

8016. Rubber Tubing, 3-16, black. 3 feet, 

8013. Ditto, ditto, J inoh, thick, white. 3 feet, 

8286. Chem. Thermometer, from -20 to 200 °F. net.1 

6282. Triangular file 4} inch.1 

Pan, agate ironware, 8 inoh diameter. 3 or 4 inoh deep, 

straight sides.1 

6288. Filter Paper. .1 qre. 

6409. Becker’s Balance, 3 ounces, no case. 

6411. Ditto, ditto, with case. 

6421, Hand Scales, 6 inch beam. I 40 

6447, Weights, 20 gr. to 1 centigr. in block. 1 00 

5465. Ditto, ditto, good grade, 60.0 to 0,001 grm. in lined box, 3 00 

Complete set, without balanoes and weights. $15 10 
If full set is taken, less 20% dis..3 02 

Nett. 12 08 


No. 2. 

1 dozen, $5 
1 gross, 4 
1 dozen, 1 
1 44 2 

* 6 
12 

3 

4 
2 
3 


2 pounds, 1 


.30 18 feet, 
.36 piece, 

2 00 3 
25 3 

.60 1 dozen, 
.35 4 qres. 
$9 75 net 
18 75 44 

} doz. 


7 

5 

18 


less $87 
20% dis. 17 


nett 70 18 


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245 


- 8371. Chemicals required for illustration of Cooley’s Guide to Elemen¬ 
tary Chemistry, as authorized by the editor to fhmish suf¬ 
ficient for a class oi 12. 


By Teachers, No. 1. 


By Students, No. 2. 

No. 1. 


No. 2. 


Alcohol. 

Alum.(paper). 


Cochineal.(paper) 


** wire. No. 20. 
Copper chloride. 


•‘Dutch metal” imitation gold leaf. 1 book, .17 


Lead Acetate.(paper). 

Litmus cubes.(paper). 

Magnesium ribbon.(paper). 


sulphate 


Marble. 


1 

lb. 

.35 

2 

lbs. 

.60 

1 

«4 

.45 

2 

<4 

.82 

i 

44 

.10 

n 

44 

.10 

1 

(« 

.65 

2 

44 

1 30 

1 

44 

.50 

ij 

44 

.72 

2 

<« 

.52 

4 

44 

.90 

I 

<4 

.30 

ij 

• 4 

.70 

i 

<« 

.30 

1 

• < 

.50 

i 

«• 

.15 

i 

• 1 

.20 

i 

II 

.15 

1 

44 

.30 

i 

44 

.83 

i 

44 

2 50 

i 

II 

.10 

1 

44 

.15 

1 

oz. 

.26 

1 

OZ. 

.25 

1, 

lb. 

.20 

2 lbs. 

.35 

i 

«« 

120 

i 


.30 

i 

tt 

.10 

i 

44 

.16 

6 

— 

.25 

16 


.60 

i 

H 

.10 

1 

44 

.16 

1 

OZ. 

.30 

* 

44 

.90 

1 

44 

.10 

i 

44 

.25 

i 

lb. 

.20 

1 

44 

40 

i 

44 

.15 

i 

44 

.15 

i 

<4 

.20 

i 

44 

.20 

i 

44 

.25 

i 

44 

25 

2 

OZ. 

.14 

i 

44 

.35 

i 

lb. 

.30 

1* 

44 

.60 

11 

book, .17 

1 book. 

.17 

i 

lb. 

.18 

1» 

lb. 

.35 

1 

44 

.25 

3 

44 

.75 

.6 

1 " 

1 76 

12 

44 

3 24 

1 

os. 

.40 

2 

OZ. 

.75 

1 

lb. 

.16 

li 

lb. 

.24 

1 

oz. 

.10 

2 oz. 

.10 

2 

ft. 

.10 

6 

ft. 

.25 

i 

lb. 

.15 

i 

lb. 

.35 

i 

•4 

.15 

i 

44 

.35 

i 

44 

.10 


44 

.15 

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44 

.35 

i 

44 

.60 

1 

44 

.10 

3 

44 

.15 

5 

<4 

4 00 

5 

44 

4 00 

1 

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.45 

1 

44 

.85 

i 

44 

.20 

1 

44 

.95 

1 

OZ. 

.13 

1 

44 

.30 


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— 8671. Continued. 

No. 1. No. 2. 

Nitric acid, pure. 2 lbs. .70 7 lbs. 1 86 

Oxalio acid, cryst, c.p..} “ .25 1 “ .60 

Paraffine. 1 «• .23 1 “ .23 

Phosphorus.2 oz .35 2 oz. 35 

Potassium.*.1 dr. .60 1 dr. .60 

“ bromide. c.p.} lb. .60 1 lb. 1 60 

“ carbonate, c.p.} “ .30 1 44 1 00 

•' chromate.} “ .15 | “ .40 

“ chlorate, cryst...J *« .16 1 “ .35 

“ di-chromate.(paper). \ “ .10 1 “ .18 

M ferrocyanide.(paper). } “ .10 1 “ .30 

“ iodide, c.p.$ “.125 J “ 360 

“ nitrate, cryst. c.p. \ “ .20 1 “ .40 

“ sulphate, cryst o.p.J “ .20 1 “ .50 

Platinum foil, medium thick, lx} inch.2 pieces, .60 6 pieces, 1 80 

“ .wire, medium thick.3 in .10 24 in. .60 

Pyrogallicacid.-....1 oz. .40 3 oz. 1 20 

Silver nitrate, cryst... ;.2 “ 1 65 } lb. 3 00 

Sodium...1 oz. .50 3 oz. 1 30 

“ biborate.(paper).} lb .10 1 lb. 16 

“ carbonate, c.p.} lb. .38 1 lb. .70 

“ hydrate, c.p.} .80 1 “ 1 60 

“ nitrate, dry. } “ .15 1 “ .35 

“ sulphate, c.p.} “ .15 1 4< .30 

Strontium chloride. ± “ .14 i “ .23 

“ nitrate, c.p.} u .30 1 “ 1 00 

Sulphur, flour.} “ .10 1 “ .10 

“ roll.1 “ .10 1 “ .10 

Sulphur acid, pure, cone. 9 14 2 60 18 “ 4 45 

Tartaric acid, cryst.} “ .20 1 “ .65 

Tin,granulated.(paper).} 44 .20 1} •• .60 

JSinc, sheet, ▼.1 4< .26 1 “ .25 

41 granulated.1 “ .26 1 “ .26 

Jbogwood chips.1 <€ .10 1 49 .10 

Potassium hydrate, pure, by ale. } 44 .80 1 “ 1 50 

Complete set. $30 63 $50 00 

If full set is taken, less 10% discount- 3 06 5 90 

Nett, 27 67 63 10 

Teachers* set includes bottles. Students’ set $4.80 extra for bottles. 

Note.—C hemicals, when bought in very small packages, are more costly in pro¬ 
portion than in larger quantities. Most substances will remain good a long 
time if properly cared for. It is therefore cheaper in the end to buy at the 
outset , more than is required for a single course of experiments. But by 
dividing the quantities named in the above list (No. 1) by two, the actual needs 
for a single course will be supplied, and the first cost of the set largely reduced. 


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— 8672. Apparatus aud Chemicals required for Remscn’s Briefer Course 
of Chemistry* 


APPARATUS. 


12 Test Tubes, 5 inoh.$ 35 

1 Test Tube Stand. 30 

1 Bunsen's Burner. 60 

\ lb. German Glass Tubing. 15 

1 Triang. File, 4} inoh. 25 

1 Bound File, 5 inch. 25 

2 Bunsen'8 Cells, pt, 1 20. 2 40 

2 Wire Clamp Supports, 75c.1 50 

1 Porcel. Mortar, 3} in. and pestle. 50 

1 Horseshoe Magnet, 3 inch... i . 20 

2 Watch-glasses, 2 inch. 10 

2 Porcel. Dishes, 1 each, 2} and 3} inch 40 

1 Iron Tripod. 25 

1 Mohr’s Burette, 25 in 1-10 o.c. 1 25 

1 Hess. Crucible, 4 ounce. 0 

1 Deflagrat Spoon. 20 

1 Glass-stoppered Retort, 2 ounces. 30 

6 Florence Flasks, \ ounce, 15o; 2-6 

ounce, 18c; 2-8 ounce, 22c; 1-12 

ounce, 25c. 1 20 

1 set Cork Borers of brass, 6; set. 1 60 

1 Glass Tube, 12 to 15 in. long, 1 to l\ 

in. bore, one end closed.. 50 

2 Funnel Tubes, assort. 40 

1 set Gramme Weights, 20.0 to 0.01, in 

box. 65 

1 pair Hand Scales, E. & A, 8046. 85 

2 dozen Assort. Corks.. 18 

1 Platin. Foil, 1} in. square.. 50 

1 Quire Filter Paper. 35 

1 Measur. Glass, 25 0.0 . 45 

6 inch. Platin. Wire. 16 

1 Jewellers’ Blow-pipe, 8 in. 20 

3 ft Gas Rubber Tubing. 40 

2 ft Rubber Tubing for connect assorted 25 


CHEMICALS. 


} lb. Roll Sulphur, in box. 10 

4 ounces Granul. Tin, in box. 15 

4 44 Potass. Chlorate, in box. 12 

1 lb. Mangan. Dioxide, in box.. 15 

1 ounce Phosphorus, in bottle. 20 

1 drm. Sodium, in bottle. 15 

1 drm. Potassium, in bottle. .... 52 

lib. Granul. Zinc. 25 

4 ounces Calcin. Gypsum, box. 10 

4 “ Sodium Sulphate, in box.... 10 


4 ounces Calcium Chloride, bottle.$0 15 


4 “ Potass. Permagan., bottle... 39 

4 “ Caust Soda, purit, bottle... 25 

4 “ Caust Ammonia, bottle. 20 

4 44 Ammon. Chloride, box. 10 

4 44 Metall. Lead, box . 10 

4 “ Ammon. Nitrate, bottle. 20 

4 “ White Arsenio, bottle. 12 

4 44 Fluorspar, powd.. box. 10 

2 44 Potass. Bromide, bottle. 15 

1 “ Potass. Iodide, bottle. 35 

1} lb. Iron Sulphide, box . 15 

2 ounces Lead Nitrate, box. 19 

1 44 Red Phosphorus, bottle. 25 

4 “ Caust Potossa., bottle. 25 

4 44 Met. Antimony, box. 10 

2 44 Tartar Emetic, powd., bottle 20 

4 “ Borax, box. 10 

4 44 Fine Iron Filings, box. 10 

4 44 Carbon Di-sulphide, bottle.. 15 

8 44 Hydrochlor. Acid, bottle.... 20 

8 “ Nitric Acid, bottle. 20 

1 lb. Sulphuric Acid, bottle. 20 

8 ounces CopperfoiL. 35 

4 drm. Magnesium Ribbon. 40 

4 ounces Magnesium Sulphate, box_ 10 

2 44 Barium Chloride, box. 10 

1 “ Iodine, gL st bottle. 45 

2 “ Strontium Nitrate, bottle_ 10 

4 44 Potass. Sulphate, box. 10 

1 14 Litmus, box. 10 

1 Sheet each of Blue and Red Litmus 

Paper. 10 

4 ounces Sodium Carbon. Anhyd., purif. 

box . 19 

4 ounces Bleaoh Powder, bottle. 10 

4 44 Ammon. Carbonate, bottle... 10 

2 44 Sodium Phosphate Cryst, 

bottle. 15 

2 ounces Mercury, bottle. 15 

4 44 Alum, box.. 10 

4 44 Potass. Bi-chromate, box.... 10 

1 44 MetalL Bismuth, box. 25 

4 44 Minium, box. 10 

4 44 Litharge, box.. 10 

1 44 Lead Peroxide, comm. bot. 15 

4 44 Copper Sulphate, box. 10 

2 Boxes, and delivered free on board, 

N. Y. City... 1 00 


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8673. List of the most necessary Apparatus for Qualitative and Quan¬ 
titative Analysis, as used by the School of Mines, compiled t# 
be a help in making out orders* 


flasks, 40 ac., Bohemian. 

•• 100 c.o., “ 

“ 160 aa, “ 

“ 260 ac., “ 

“ 400 aa, “ 

“ 700 c.a, " 

“ 1000 00 ., “ 

44 1400 c.a, “ 

Funnels, No. 1, 4 o.m., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 2, 7 am., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 3, 8 am., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 4, 10 c.m., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 6, 13 o.m., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 6, 15 c.m., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 7, 18 o.m.. Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Funnels, No. 8, 21 am., Bo¬ 
hemian. 

Watch Glasses, flat, 6 c.m. 

Glass Tube Metre. 

Glass Rod “ 

Bottles Corked, wide-mouthed 
35 0 . 0 . 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 100 0 . 0 . 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 150 0 . 0 . 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 260 aa 

Ditto, ditto, for alcohol, 

600 c.o. 

Bottles, glass stoppered, nar¬ 
row mouth, 15 c a 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 30 0 . 0 . 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 250 0 . 0 . 

Plain Beakers, nests of fires, 
(Nos. 1 to 6). 

Ditto, ditto, No. 1, 75 0 . 0 . 


Poioelain Mortar and pestle, 
12 am. 

Porcelain Erap. Dishes, nest 
of six. 

Ditto, ditto, No. 1. 

Ditto, ditto. No. 2. 

Ditto, ditto. No. 3. 

Ditto, ditto, No. 4. 


Package Cut Filters, 8 c.m. 
Ditto, ditto, 10 am. 

Ditto, ditto, 13 am. 

Ditto, ditto, 15 am. 

Ditto, ditto, 18 c.m. 


Plain Beakers, No. 2, 125 aa 
Ditto, ditto. No. 3, 200 ac. 
Ditto, ditto, No. 4, 300 c. c. 
Ditto, ditto. No. 5, 450 aa 
Test Tubes, No. 1, 10 am. 
Ditto, ditto. No. 2,15 am. 
Ditto, ditto, No. 3, 20 c.m. 
Thistle Tube, 9 to lOin. long. 
Flat Covers. 

Piece of blue glass, 8 ctm. sq. 
Wash Bottle, No. 1, 150 c 0 . 
Ditto, ditto, No. 2, 400 c.c. 
Ditto, ditto, No. 3, 700 c.c. 
Ditto, ditto. No. 4, 1400 c.c. 
Flasks, 2 litres, Bohemian. 
Ditto, 50 c.c., Ditto, meas¬ 
ured. 

Flasks, 100 a a, Bohemian, 
measured. 

Flasks, 200 c.c., Bohemian, 
measured. 

Flasks, 250 c.a, Bohemian, 
measured. 

Flasks, } litre, Bohemian, 
measured. 

Flasks, 1 litre, Bohemian, 
measured. 

Flasks, Specific Gravity. 
Flasks, parting, 159 aa, 
straight neck. 

Flasks, 70 ac., wide-mouthed. 

Ditto, Erlemeyer, 400 a a 

Ditto, ditto, 250 aa 

Pipettes. 10 c.a 

Ditto, 26 c.a 

Ditto, 50 aa 

Ditto, 100 o. a 

Burette, Gay Lussao, 50 c.a, 
in tenths. 

Convex Covers, 8 c.m. 

Ditto, ditto, 9 am. 


PORCELAIN. 


Porcelain Evap. Dishes, No 5. 
Ditto, ditto, No. 6. 

Ditto, ditto, 19 c.m. 

Ditto, ditto. 21 am. 

Porcelain Evaporating Dishes, 
23.5 o.m. 

Ditto, ditto, 31.5 am. 

Ditto, ditto, 9.5 ctm. 


PAPER. 


Package Cut Filters, 23 c.m. 
Ditto, ditto, 26 c.m. 

Ditto, ditto, SO c.m. 

Sheets Swedish Paper, M, 
No. 1. 


Convex Covers, 12 am. 

Ditto, ditto, 14 am. 

Ditto, ditto, 16.6 am. 
Weigning Sooop. 

Piece of Combustion Tubing; 
2 metres. 

Calcium Chloride Tube, 
small, bent. 

Funnel Tube, stop-cock, 

70 c.o. 

Ignition Bulb Tube. 

Specimen Tubes, 8 c.m. 

U Tubes, set of four. 

Ditto, No. I, 14 c.m. 

Ditto, No. 2, 15 c.m. 

Ditto, No. 3, 30 c.m. 

Peligot Bulbs. 

Retort, 1 litre, tub. 

Ditto, 1 litre, tub. 

Ditto, U litre, tub. 

Ditto, 2 litre, tub. 

Ditto, 3 litre, tub. 

Ditto, 3) litre tub. 

Measuring Cylinder, 1 to 10 a a 
Lipped Beakers, nests of six, 
1 to 6. 

Lipped Beakers, No. 1.150 aa 
Ditto, ditto. No. 2, 260 ac. 
Ditto, ditto. No. 3, 360 aa 
Ditto, ditto. No. 4, 600 c.a 
Ditto, ditto, No. 6, 700 aa 
Ditto, ditto, No. 6, 1000 ac. 
Desiocators, covered. 

Glacs Mortar and pestle. 
Thermometer. 

U Tubes, with side tubes. 
Liebig's Potash Bulb. 

Bulbed Calcium Chloride 
Tube. 

Glass Bulbs, Dumas Vapor. 


Poroelain Casseroles, Royal 
Berlin, 11 ctm. 

Ditto, ditto, 18.6 ctm. 

Ditto, ditto, 16.5 ctm 
Porcelain Crucibles, Royal 
Berlin, 32 m.m. 

Ditto, ditto, 44 m.m. 

Ditto, ditto, 51 mjn. 


Sheets German Paper, S. 48. 
Sheets Glazed Paper. 

Note Book. 

Box of gum tickets. 


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Ring Stands, 3 rings. 

File Triangular, 12 am. 
File Rat-tail, 12 am. 

Steel Forceps, 11 am. 

Steel Forceps, bent, nickel 
plated. 

Wire Triangles. 

Ditto, ditto, covered. 
Scissors, Rogers, 10 am. 
Pieces, Wire Ganze, 10 aa 


Filter 8tands, Folding. 

Ditto, ditto, Fresenins. 

Test Tube Racks. 

Test Tube Holder. 

Rubber Tube, black, 4 m.m. 
Rubber Tube, 5 m.m. 

Rubber Tube, white, 7 rn.ni., 
extra heavy. 


Re-agent Bottles in assay 
Laboratory. 

Ring stand. 

Filter stand, Fresenins. 
Convex Covers, 9 am. 

Parting Bottles, 260 am. 
Parting Flasks, 160 aa, coni¬ 
cal 

Funnel. No. 2, 7 o.m. 

Nest of 6 lipped Beakers. 
Glass Rod. 

Wash bottle. No. 2, 400 c.a 
Bottles, corked, wide¬ 
mouthed, 150 a a 
Bottles, corked, wide¬ 
mouthed, 250 c.a 
Porcelain Capsules, 5 am. 
Porcelain Mortars, 21 am. 

Box of Gum Tickets. 

Sheets of Glazed Paper. 
Roasting Pans. 

Iron Tray, 22x30 c.m. 


METAL. 


Bunsen Burners. 

Ditto, ditto, with side flame. 
Wing-top for ditto. 

Lead Capsule. 

Water Baths, 14 am. 

Watoh Glass Clip. 

Sand Baths, tin, 15 o.m. 

Set of fonr zinc Filter Patterns, 
Platinnm Foils, 8 am. 

Ditto, Capsule. 


SUNDRIES. 


Rubber Stopper, with holes, 
Nos. 1 to 6. 

Rubber Stopper, with holes, 
large. 

Sponge Swabe, whalebone. 
Horn Spatula, 13 am. 

Towels. 

Test Tube Brushes, sponge- 
end. 


ASSAY (SPECIAL.) 

Iron Mortar, 17 c.m. 

8teel Forceps, bent, niokel 
plated. 

Bunsen Burner. 

Rubber Tube for same. 

Towel. 

Sand bath. 

Package Ont Filter, 10 am. 
Pure Silver, 15 grins. 

Horn Spatula. 20 am. 

Horn spoon. 23 o.m. 

Hand Scales, with horn pans. 
Flat Brush, 33 c.m. wide. 
Annealing Cups. 

Scorifiers. 8 o. m. 

Roasting Dishes, 7 o.m. 
Roasting Dishes, K am. 
French Crucibles, No. 5. 
French Crucibles, No. (I 
French Crucibles, No. 8. 
French Crucibles, Covers, 

No. 6. 


Platinum Foils, wire, fine, 
60 c.m. 

Ditto, triangle. 

Ditto, Crucible. 

Ditto, Dish. 

Gas Stove, Dome. 

Gas Stove, Fletcher a. 

Gas Stove, Ring. 

Tube Clamp. 

Riders for Balance. 
Blow-pipe. 


Tube Cleaners. 

Clay Chimneys. 

10 c.c. Platinum Chloride. 
Bottle for same. 

Argentic Nitrate, crystals. 
Bottle for same. 

Re-a^ent Bottles on laboratory 


French Crucibles, Coven, 
No. 6. 

French Crucibles, Coven, 

No. 8. 

Hessian Crucibles, single, 
fives. 

Hessian Crucibles, nests, 
sixes. 

Hessian Crucibles, nests, 
eights. 

Hessian Crucibles, Coven, 
fives. 

Hessian Crucibles, Coven, 
sixes. 

Hessian Crucibles, Coven, 
eights. 

Lead Aa v ay Crucibles. 

Lead Assay Covers. 

Assay Balance. 

Set of Weights with Forceps. 


— 8574. Set of Apparatus Qualitative Analysis, according to Prof. Fre- 
senlus. Price.*. $26 00 


No. 

L—1 Berzelius Lamp, or 
Bunsen's Gas Lamp. 

2. —1 Glass Alcohol Lamp. 

3. —1 Berzelius Blow-pi pa 

4. —1 Platinum Tip. 

6. —1 Plati'm Crucible 10 aa 
A—1 Nest Berlin Crucibles, 

of 4. 

7. — 1 Nest Berlin Dishes, of 5. 
A—3 Glass Funnels, ground 

top. 


No. 

9.—♦ lb. Glass Tubing. 

10.— Platinnm Foil 
11—Platinum Wira 
12 —Test Tube Stand. 

13. —13 German Test Tubes. 

14. —1 Nest (5) Bohemian 

15. —4 Flasks, 2, 4, 8 and 16 

ounces. 

16. — 1 pint Washing Bottl \ 


No. 

17. - 1 Agate Mortar and Pes¬ 

tle. 

18. —1 Pair Forceps, platina 

ti ps. 

19. —1 Filtering Stand. 

20. —1 Triangle. 

21. —1 Iron Tripod. 

22. — 1 pair Steel Crucible 

Tongs. 

23. - German Filtering Paper. 


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1. —1 Mohr’s Burette, 100 CC 11.—1 Graduated Mohr’s Pi- 25.—1 Mixing Flask, glass- 

in 1-6 CC. pette, 60 CC in 1-10 stoppered, 1000 CC. 

2. —1 Mohr's Burette, 50 CC CC. 26.—1 Volumetric Flask, with 

in 1-10 CC. 12.—1 Graduated Mohr’s Pi- mark, 100 CC. 

3. —1 Gay Lussao’s Burette, pette, 10 CC in 1-20 27.—1 Volumetric Flask, with 

60 in 1-10 CC on pol- CC. mark, 250 CC. 

ished wooden base. 13.—1 Graduated Mohr’s Pi- 28.—1 Volumetric Flask, with 

4. —1 Mohr’s Burette, 25 CC pette, 6 CC in 1-20 CC. mark, 600 CC. 

in 1-10 CC. 14.—2 Volume Pipettes. 29.—1 Porcelain Plate. 

6.—1 Mohr’s Burette, 60 CC 15.—1 Fixed Pipette, 20CC. 30.—1 Set (6) Bohemian Bea- 

in 1-10 CC, with glass 16.—Ditto, ditto, 25 CC. kers, lipped, 

stop-cock. 17.—Ditto, ditto, 60 CC. 31.—1 Set (4) Bohemian Bea- 

6. — 1 Sinks Burette, 100 CC 18.—Ditto, ditto, 100 CC. kers, not lipped. 

or smaller, on pol- 19.—4 Mohr’s Pinch-cocks, 32.—1 Glass Alcohol Lamp, 
ished wooden base. with tips and rubber. 33.-6 Test Glasses. 

7. —4 Floats to fit above Bur- 20.—1 Graduated Glass Cylin- 34.—1 dozen Stirring Rods. 

ettes. der, with lip, 60 CC. 36.—Six Glass Funnels, 1 to 4 

8. —1 Wooden Support for 21.—1 Graduated Glass Cylin- inch diameter. 

two Burettes. der, with lip, 250 CC. 36.—Glass Tubing. 

9. —1 Iron Support, with 22.—1 Graduated Glass Cylin- 37.—1 dor. sheets each, blue 

brass clamps, for two der, with lip, 600 CC. and red Litmus paper. 

Burettes. 23.—1 Graduated Glass Cylin- 38.—1 dozen sheets turmeric 

10.—1 Graduated Mohr’s Pi- der, with lip, 1000 CC. paper. 

pette, 100 CC in 1-6 24.—1 Mixing Jar, glass-stop- 39.—Chemical pure filtering 
CC. pered, 1000 CC. paper, Swedish. 

40.—1 Set of liter Bottles for 
Standard Solutions. 

8576. Set of Apparatus to perform all the experiments in Dr. Piffard’s, “ A Guide 
to Urinary Analysis ” at prices quoted there in appendix.$86 00 

Prof. Draper, set of Urinary Apparatus, (see Apparatus.) 



8577. Set of Urinary Analysis, according to Dr. A. Flint, all arranged in a 
polished black walnut case, for travelling or physician’s office, complete. $20 00 


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BLOW-PIPE. 


08578. Blow-pipe Cabinet, according to Professor Plattner, of Lingke’s (Frei¬ 
berg), superior make, complete with gilded, agate knife edge, assay, 
and specific gravity balance, in folding glass case, comprising every 
article used in qualitative and quantitative Blow-piping* 

The apparatus is laid in trays, fitted in polished mahogany eases, contained in a 
very substantial strapped leather ease 12x12x13 inch, with handles. It bears the 
roughest handling or road transportation, complete, net.$175 00 



8579 


— 8579. Apparatus for Qualitative and Quantitative Blow-piping accord¬ 
ing to Prof. Plattner. same as in set mentioned before singly. 


No. 

1. —Add and Cobalt Bottle.30 to 40 eta. 

2. —Agate Mortar and Pestle, 2 inch diameter. ...$1 85 

3. —Anvil, of best steel..50 ets. 

4. — Anvil and Mortar combin'd, Prot Leed’s form $2 00 



1 3 4 7 5 



5.—Balance, Plattner's in polished case...20 00 

fi. —Ditto, ditto, with wHphts..2$ 00 


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19.—Charcoal Saw.j*® 0 *- 

90.—Charcoal, natural, per do*. ..™ 

21. —Ditto, 3x$ inch, artificial.*.™ 

22. —Clay Capsules, per dozen. . 

23. —Clay Crucibles, per dozen.°“ 8 * 

24. —Clay Cylinders, each. 

25. —Coal Capsules, per dozen.JJj 0 *®- 

26. —Coal Covers, square, per dozen.. w ctB - 


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27. —Coal Crucibles, per dozen... .20 eta. 

28. —Coal Squares, per dozen. .75 eta 

29. —Crucibles, Plattner's_ ... .25 eta. 

30. —Dishes, porcelain, 3 in nest..24 eta. 

3L—Forceps, platinum pointed, Plattner's style, nickel plated.$1 75 

32. —Forceps, platinum pointed, steel, niokel plated, French style.2 25 

33. —Forceps, brass.40 eta 

34. —Forceps, nickel plated, extra long tips.75 cts. 

35. —Forceps, steel, for lamp.20 cts. 

36. —Form for Paper Cylinders. 15 cts. 

37. —Hammer, Plattner’s style.60 cts. 

38. —Hammer, wire handle, Colton's style.75 cte. 

39. —Hammer, for chipping minerals..$1 00 to 2 00 

' Other Hammers, see Catalogue. 

40. —Holder, oupel, with two cupels and one mould.$1 45 

41. —Ditto, charcoal, with platinum ring, shield and stand.2 20 

42. —Ditto, for evaporating dish, with triangle.2 00 



43. —Ditto, for chimney... 

44. —Ditto, for platinum wire... 

45. —Ditto, ditto, with 6 wires.. 

46. —Ditto, for mattrass.. 

47 . _jets, platinum, without seam. 

48. —Knife. ;v ...... . 

49. —Lamps, for blow-pipe, with patent swivel, nickel plated. 

60. —Lamps, for blow-pipe, plain brass . 

61. —Lamps, alcohol, brass cover, plated.«*. 

62. —Lamps, ditto, plain... 

63. —Magnet, bar and chisel edge. 

64. —Ditto, horseshoe. 

66.--Magnifier, with one lense . 

66. —Magnifier, with 2 lenses. 

67. —Magnifier, with 3 lenses. 

68. —Magnifier, with handle .... 

69. —Matrasses, extra hard Bohemian gloss, with bulb, per dozen 

60. —Ditto, closed tube only, per dozen. . . 

61. —Matrasses, German glass, flask shape, per dozen. 


. 1 60 

_ 80eta 

.$1 00 

_. 30 cts. 

.60 eta. 

.. .26cte. 

.$4 35 

...... 3 60 

.76 ate* 

.46 eta. 

.34 eta 

.26 cts. 

.45 eta 

.66 eta 

.85 eta 

$1 60 to 2 60 

.76 eta 

.24 eta 

.75 eta 


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62. —Mortar, Plattner’s diamond. $3 75 

63. —Ditto, according to Prof. Leeds (see figure 4). 2 00 

64. —Moulds, for square coals and oovers with two stamps .4 50 

65. —Moulds, brass, for clay crucibles.4 00 

66. —Moulds and stamp, of hard wood, for making coal orucibles.60 cts. 

67. —Moulds and stamp, for making coal capsules.50 ots. 

68. —Nippers, flat nose.50 eta. 

69. —Plat Wire, per foot.20 to 50 cts. 

70. —Plat Foil, per square inch.20 to 40 cts. 

71. —Pliers, cutting, Plattner’s.from $1 00 to 1 60 

72. —Soda papers, box. .\20 cts. 

73. —Spatula, mixing, steel....25 cts. 

74. —Spoon, ivory. .24 ots. 

75. —Spoon, platinum.$1 00 to 2 50 

76. —Scale, PlattnePs, for measuring silver buttons, of ivory.3 00 

77. —Scissors, for lamp.50 ots. 

78. —Streak plate.20 cts. 

79. —Supports for Crucibles, metallic, for two.20 cts. 

80. — Supports for Crucibles, clay.24 ots. 

81. —Test Lead Measure. . .50 ots. 

82. —Test Lead Sieve.$1 00 

83. —Tips of Platinum for Blow-pipe.50 cts. 

84. —Tray, for coal.45 cts. 

85. —Tray, for dirt. ...35 cts. 

86. —Tubes, of hard glass, per dozen .30 cts. 

87. —Tube, dropping, for oobalt solution.10 cts. 

88. —Watchglasses, two inch, per dozen. ....40 cts. 

89. —Wick. .10 cts. 

90. —Re-agent Bottles, Bohemian, glass stoppered, flat tops, with labels, per doz_$2 00 

91. —Ditto, cork stoppered, 18 bottles set in wooden block.. 1 50 


8580. List of Blow-pipe Re-agents. 


No. 

1. —Carbonate of Soda, pure and dry. 

2. —Neutral Oxalate of Potassium, pulverized. 

3. —Cyanide of Potassium, “ 

4. —Iodide of M “ 

5. —Borax and Borax Glass, “ 

6. —Salt of Phosphorus (phosphate of soda 

and ammonia.) 

7. —Nitre (crystals). 

8. —Bi-sulphate of Potassium. 

9. —Vitrified Boracic Acid in small frag¬ 

ments. 

10. —Nitrate of oobalt in solution. 

11. —Test Lead, finely granulated. 

12. —Tin, in foil, best 

13. —Iron, wire or pieces of } inch to 1 inch 

long. 


No 

14. —Gold, foil. 

15. —Arsenic, metallic. 

16. —Test Papers, blue and red litmus. 

17. —Salt, pulverized and dry. 

18. —Fluorspar, fine and dry. 

19. —Silica, ignited and white. 

20. —Oxide of Copper. 

21. —Chloride of Silver. 

22. —Starch Meal. 

23. —Graphite, fine and pure. 

24. —Concentrated Sulphuric, Nitrio, and Mu¬ 

riatic Acid. 

25. —Aoetic Acid. 

26. —Carbonate of Ammonia in powder 

27. —Charcoal out in blocks. 

28. —Sifted and washed bone ash. 


Frame for 18 re-agents. 60 

Ditto, ditto, with 18 labeled bottles.$1 50 

Ditto, ditto, filling of above, the 18 most necessary ones. 2 00 


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8581. Apparatus tor Blow-piping, according to Prof. Plattner, as used in 
Columbia College, the whole in elegant velvet lined, polished, mahogany case, 
with handle and lock, for traveling, complete with case. $38 00 


The set includes: 
No. 

1. —1 setof 3 Porcelain dishes. 

2. —1 Diamond Steel Mortar. 

3. —1 pair Platinum Pointed 

Forceps 

4. —1 pair heavy Tip Steel 

Forceps. 

6.—1 pair Steel Forceps. 

6. —1 Steel Chisel 

7. --1 Charcoal Borer, 4 cor¬ 

nered, with Spatula. 

8. —1 Chareoal Borer, club 

shape. 

9. —1 pair Fine Scissors. 

10. —1 Wire Holder, with 

11. —5 Platina Wires in the 

handle. 

12. —1 Plattner’s Blow-pipe 

Lamp, with patent 
swivel, nickel plated. 

13. —1 Charcoal Saw. 

14. —1 Holder for the Mat¬ 

rasses. 

15. —1 Nickel Plated Platt ner’s 

Blow-pipe. 


No. 

16. —1 heavy Platinum Tip 

for same. 

17. —1 Steel Hammer with 

wire handle 

18. —1 Set Mould and Stamps. 

19. —1 pair of Steel Nippers, 

Planner's. 

20. —1 Double Lense. 

21. —Ivory Spoon. 

22. —12 Matrasses. 

23. —1 Alcohol Lamp, with 

nickel plated air tight 
top. 

24. —1 Chamois Skin. 

25. —6 Glass Tubes. 

26. —6 pieces square cut Char¬ 

coal. 

27. —Metal Tray, for coal. 

28. —Metal Tray, for ashes. 

29. —18 Flat top stoppered 

and labeled Re-agent 
Bottles, containing 
the following Re¬ 
agents. 


No. 

30. —Test Lead. 

31. —Tin. 

32. —Phosphorus Salt 

33. —Borax Powder. 

34. —Borax Glass. 

35. —Boracic Acid fused. 

36. —Plattner’s Flux. 

37. —Bismuth Flux. 

38. —Boracic Acid. 

39. —Carbonate Soda. 

40. —Salt . 

41. —Soda. 

42. —Soda Nitrate 

43. —Charcoal. 

44. —Boneash sieved. 

45. —Boneash washed. 

46. —Copper Oxide. 

47. —Bisulphate Potash. 

48. —1 Camel-Hair Brush. 

49. —Dropping Pipette. 

50. —1 Frame for the Re-agent 

Bottles. 

51. —Test Paperi. 

52. —$ doz. Watch Glasses. 

53. —Mixing Scoop. 



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ASSAYING*. 


— 8682. ASSAYER’S OUTFIT, including the most necessary articles, in 
quantities large enough to do considerable work. Total cost 
of outfit as per list below the Balances and Weights included* 


Price.$228 00 

Ditto, ditto, without the Balances and Weights (see also page 45). 105 00 

1. —Ore Balance.$15 00 to 20 00 

2. — Bullion Balance. ... 65 00 

3. —Weights, Assay, Ton and Gramme. . 16 00 

4. —Muffles, i dozen at 75 cents each, according to furnaoe.4 50 to 12 00 

6. —Hessian Crucibles, 60 nests, small fives. 2 60 

6. —Scorifiers, 500 at 2 cents each.10 00 

7. -Cupel Mould. . 2 50 



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8. — Scorification Moulds. 96 

9. —Crucible, Sooriflcation and Cupel Tongs.3 00 to 4 00 

10. —Hammers. 1 00 to 1 50 

11. —Pokers and Scrapers. 100 

12. —Cutting Shears, Vise and Anvil. 5 00 


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13. —Files, Chisels, Saw, Hatchet, etc... ...$ 2 

14. —Iron Mortars, large and small. . 3 

16.—Plate and Rubber. 12 

16. —Box Sieve. 2 

17. —Tin Sampler. 

18. —Sieves, wood frames, 80 mesh. 1 

19. —Mixing Scoop. 

90.—Re-agent Bottles, glass stoppered, set of 40 J pints. 5 

21. —Parting Bottles. 

22. —Bottles for Samples, corked, dozen. 1 

23. —Ring Stands and Alcohol Lamps. 1 

24. —Wash Bottles, two, one large, one small. 

25. —Horn Spatulas, Spoon, etc.... 

26. —Parting Flasks, Annealing Cups, etc. 1 

27. —Porcelain Mortar. 1 

28. — Glass Rods, Tubes, Funnels, Beakers, etc . 2 

29. —Note Book, Towels, Broshes, etc. . 1 

30. —Extra Apparatus, such as Iron Pan for mechanical assay, Pipettes, etc. 4 

31. —Blow-pipe, Blow-pipe Lamp, etc. 6 

32. — Hammer and Anvil, small. 1 

33. —Button Brush. . . 

34. —Scissors, Knife, Magnifier and Magnet . 2 

35. —Two Forceps and Tongs, steel. 1 

36. —Test Tubes and Stand. 1 

37. —Filter Papers, Test Papers, etc. 1 

38. —Platinum Wire, Foil, etc. 2 

39. —Set of heavy Scales with Weights. 8 

40. —Bone-ash for making Cupels. 4 

41. — Litharge. 1 

42. —Soda, Borax, etc. 1 

43. —Test Lead. 5 

44. —Nitre, Argol, Potassium Cyanide. 4 

45. —Nitric, Muriatic and Sulphuric Acids, common and chemically pure.. 6 

46. —Extra Re-agents, etc., to fill set No. 20. 6 


For Furnaces, (see list of Furnaces*) pages 138-48. 
Other Apparatus to make an Assay Laboratory complete. 


Wash Bottles. 

Fonnels. 

Watch Glasses. 

Convex Covers. 

Flat Covers. 

Piece Blue Glass. 
Desiccators, covered. 
Bottles, corked. 

44 glass stoppered. 


GLASS. 

Glass Tubing. 

44 Rods. 

Calcium Chloride Tubes. 
Funnel Tube. 

“ “ with stop-cock. 

Drying Tubes. 

Ignition Bulb Tube. 

O Tubes. 

Test Tubes. 

Specimen Tubes. 

PORCELAIN. 


Retorts. 

Measuring Cylinders. 
Lipped Beakers. 

Plain Beakers. 

Flasks, measured. 

“ Specific Gravity. 
44 Parting. 

Pipettes, 

Burettes. 


Porcelain Casseroles, 5} in. 
44 Crucibles, ljin. 

“ “ 1} in. 

“ 44 2 in. 


Porcelain Mortars, 4} in. 

« 44 5 “ 

44 44 Ex. Pestle for 

14 Evap. Dishes, nest 

of 6. 


Porcelain Evap. Dishes, 12 in. 
44 Casseroles, 3} in. 
“ “ 4 in. 

“ 4 4 4J in. 

“ “ 5 in. 


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Packages Cut Filters, 3 in. 

" 44 3J in. 

44 44 4 in. 

44 44 4} in. 

44 44 5 in. 


Bing Stands. 

Files, triangular. 

Weights, Scales. 

Steel Forceps. 

44 44 (bent) 

Wire Triangles. 

44 44 (covered), 

2 inches. 


Filter Stands. 

Test Tube Backs. 

Bubber Tubing, black, % in. 
44 \ white, } in. 

• ‘ •* “ J in. 


Hydrochloric Acid, 
(concent) 

Hydrochloric Acid, (dilute.) 
Nitric Acid, (concent.) 
Nitric Acid, (dilute.) 
Sulphuric Acid, (concent) 
Sulphuric Acid, (dilute.) 
Hydrosulphurio Acid. 
Potassic Hydrate. 

Sodio Carbonate. 

Ammonic Hydrate. 
Ammonic Carbonate. 
Ammonic Chloride. 
Ammonio Sulphide. 
Ammonic Oxalate. 

Baric Chloride. 


Alcohol, (absolute.) 
Alcohol, (common.) 
Ammonio Fluoride. 
Arsenic, (metallic.) 
Battery Acid, (dilute.) 
Battery Fluid. 

Benzol, (pure.) 
Benzol, (common.) 
Bromine Water. 
Chlorine Water. 


PAPER. 

Packages Cut Filters, 5} in. 
“ 44 6 in. 

44 44 7 in. 

44 44 8 in. 


METAL. 

Wire Triangles (covered), 
3 inches. 

Scissors. 

Pieces Wire Gauze. 
Bunsen's Burners. 

Water Baths. 

Watoh Glass Clips. 

Sand Baths. 

SUNDRIES. 

Bubber Corks. 

Sponge Probangs. 

Horn Spatulas, 4 in. 

44 41 5 in. 


REAGENTS. 

Hydro-Di-Sodic Phosphate. 
Potassic Ferrocyanide. 
Potassic Ferrioyanide. 

Ferric Chloride. 

Acetic Acid. 

Calcic Sulphate. 

Merourio Chloride. 

Stannous Chloride. 

Sodic Acetate. 

Ammonio Sulphate. 

Potassic Bichromate. 
Magnesia Sulphate. 

Lime Water. 

Calcic Chloride. 

Plumbic Acetate. 

Indigo Solution. 

Argentic Nitrate. 

EXTRA RE-AGENTS. 

Chloroform. 

Distilled Water. 

Iron, wire and plate. 

Lead, bar and foil 
Mercury. 

Nitro-Hydrochlorio Acid, 
(aqua regia.) 

Oxalic Acid, (crystals.) 
Potassic Iodide, (crystals.) 
Potassic Carbonate, (dry.) 


Packages Cut Filters, 9 in. 
Sheets Swedish Paper. 

4 4 Glazed Paper. 

Note Books. 


Set Filter Patterns. 
Platinum Foils, 1} in. 

44 44 3 in. 

44 Wire, 10 feet 

Platinum Crucible, } oz. 
Gas Stoves. 

Blow-pipes. 

Clamps. 


Horn Spatulas, 6 in. 
Towels. 

Test Tube Brushes. 
Clay Chimneys. 


Platinic Chloride. 

Ammonio Molybdate. 
Ammonic 8ulphooyanide. 
Baric Carbonate. 

Sodic Carbonate, (dry.) 

Borax, (crystallized.) 
Phosphorus Salt, (crystal¬ 
lized.) 

Sodio Nitrate, (crystals.) 
Potassic Cyanide, (powder.) 
Cobaltic Nitrate. 

Ferrous Sulphate, (crystals.) 
Test Papers, (blue, red and 
yellow.) 

Common Sulphuric Acid. 
Common Hydrochloric Acid. 


Potassic Nitrate. 

Potassic Nitrite. 

Potassic Chlorate. 
Potassic Permanganate, 
(crystals.) 

Silver, foil. 

Sodio Acetate, (crystals.) 
Sulphur, roll. 

Sulphur, flowers. 

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— 8583. Apparatus and Chemicals necessary for steel analysis, according 
to Troilius, in quantities sufficient for considerable work* All 
Chemicals strictly c* p* 


Add acetic, 5 lbs. 

Ditto, chromic, 1 lb. 

Ditto, hydrochloric, 30 lbs. 

Ditto, hydrofluoric, \ lb. 

Ditto, molybdic, 3 lbs. 

Ditto, nitrio, 49 lbs. 

Ditto, oxalio, } lb. 

Ditto, sulphuric, 18 lbs. 

Alcohol, pint. 

Ammonium chloride, 2 lbs. 

Ditto, hydrate, 28 lbs. 

Ditto, oxalate, \ lb. 

Ditto, carbonate, } lb. 

Asbestos, 2 lbs. 

Barium carbonate, } lb. 

Ditto, chloride, 1 lb. 

Bromine, 1 lb. 

Calcium chloride, (dry) 2 lbs. 

Copper and Ammonic chloride, 10 lbs. 

Ditto, sulphate (common), 5 lbs. 

Iron sesquichloride, 1 lb. 

Ditto, protosulphate, 5 lbs. 

Ditto, protosulphate and ammon., 1 lb. 

Ditto, sulphide, 2 lbs. 

Iodine, 1 ounce. 

Magnesium chloride, 1 lb. 

Mercury, 1 lb. 

Microcosmic salt, } lb. 

Paper white wrapping, 6 qrs. 

Ditto, filtering, Schleicher A SchuelTs, 595, 
5 qrs. 

Ditto, filtering, Schleicher A Schuell’s, 589 cut 
c. p. 11 c. m., 3 pck. 

Ditto, filtering, Schleicher A Schuell’s, 589 cut 
c. p. 9 c. m, 2 pck. 

Ditto, filtering, Schleicher A Schuell’s, 589 cut 
c. p., 7 c. m., 4 pck. 

Potassium carbonate. } lb. 

Ditto, bi-chromate, 2 lbs. 

Brushes, camel-hair, small, 6 
Ditto, ditto, large, 1. 

Bulbs for sulphur determination, Troilius im¬ 
proved form, 6. 

Burettes, Mohr’s, 60 o.c. graduated to 1-10 
c.o. 1. 

Burettes, Mohr’s, 100 c.c. graduated to 1-10 
c.c. 1. 

Carboys for distilled water, 2. 

Condenser, block tin worm, in zinc tank, to 
be attached to steam-pipe. 

Corks, wooden, to fit drilling bottles, 4 gross. 
Corks, wooden, assorted, small, 1 gross. 

Ditto, rubber, ditto, 1 lb. 

Crucibles, porcelain, Royal Berlin, 6, No. 00 
Crucibles, platinum, each 20 grm. 4=80 grins. 


Ditto, chlorate, 5 lbs. 

Potassium cyanide-ferro, \ lb. 

Ditto, cyanide-ferri, £ lb. 

Ditto, hydrate by alcohol, 2 lbs. 

Ditto, permanganate, 1 lb. 

Pumice stone, 1 lb. 

Silver nitrate, £ ounce. 

Sodium acetate, 1 lb. 

Ditto, carbonate, dry c. p. 2 lbs. 

Ditto, thiosulphate, 2 lbs. 

Zinc metallic, c. p. J lb. 2 lbs. common. 

Wax, Bees, £ lb. 

Ditto, sealing, \ lb. 

1 Balance, analytical, to weigh up to 100 grms. 

and sensible to 1-20 milligrm. 

1 Balance, Robervahl, No. 3. 

1 set weights, 50 grms. and down to 1 milli¬ 
grm, with 3 riders. 

1 set weights, 1 kilo to 1 gramme. 

Beaker 8, Griffin’s, wide form, lipped, 1-6; 12 
nests. 

Beaker’s, Griffin’s, wide form, lipped, 1-3; 12 
nests. 

Beaker's, conical, Bohemian glass, } litre ca¬ 
pacity, 12. 

Bellows, Fletcher’s new pattern, No. (9a) foot 
blower. 

Blast Lamp, Bunsen, No. 5. 

Burners, Fletcher’s, solid flame, No. 47, large 
size, 3. 

Burners, Finckner’s improved form, 6. 

Bottles, reagent, 1 pint, glass stoppered, 1 
dozen. 

Bottles, reagent, 1 quart, glass stoppered, 1 
dozen. 

Bottles, common, wide mouth for drillings, 

2 ozs, 4 gross. 

Bottles, Woulff’s, 2 necked, pt, 4. 

Mortar, agate, 3$ inch. 

Ditto, wedgewood, 3 inch. 

Ditto, ditto, 51 inch. 

Ditto, iron, 2 gallon. 

Tongs, crucible. 

Pipette, 100 c.c. 

Ditto, 50 c.c, 2. 

Ditto, 10 c.c. 

Platinum triangles, 4 each, 11 grms, 44 grms. 
Plates, porcelain, fortesting. 

Racks, test tube 2. 

Sieves, copper, with mesh, 50 to 1 inch and 
80 to 1 inch. 

Stands, burette, 1. 

Ditto, for funnels, 6. 

Ditto, retort, iron, with rings. 


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Cylinders, Erdmann, 4. 

Ditto, glass, 1000 c.c. graduated to 10 oc. 
ground stopper. 

Ditto, ditto, 25 o.c- grad, to 1 0 . 0 . 1. 

Dishes, porcelain, pint, 4. 

Ditto, ditto, 4 oz. 

Files, 4 in. 4. 

Flasks, 2 gallon, 1. 

Ditto, 2 qt 6. 

Ditto, 1 qt 12. 

Ditto, 1 pt 6. 

Ditto, 1 pt ground stopper labelled from A to 

L.12 

Funnels, 2| inch, 2 dozen. 

Ditto, 1} inch, 2 dozen. 

> Ditto, 4 inch, 4. 

Ditto, 9 inch, 2. 

Ditto, for filtering with asbestos, 12. 

Glass measuring, 16 oz. graduated. 

Ditto, covers, Watch, 2} inch, 12. 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 4 inch, 12. 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, 5 inch, 12. 

Hydrometers, one for above 1000 and one for 
below 1000. 

Hydrometer Jars, 18x1] inch. 

Labels, gummed. No. 221, 12 boxes. 

.Ditto, reagents, 2 books. 


Stand, tripod, 4. 

Thermometers, 960 deg. cent. 

Rubber Finger Tips, 1 dozen. 

Tubes, aspirator, Geissler's, 2 
Ditto, funnel, stop-oock, 2. 

Ditto, test, 6xf inch, 5 dozen. 

Ditto, for carbon determination, 1 set 
Ditto, glass, assorted, 3 lb. 

Rods, glass, assorted, 3 lbs. 

Rubber Tubing, vulcanized, ] inch, 24 feet 
Rubber Tubing, pure, £ inch, 12 feet. 

Rubber Tubing, pure, 3-16, 12 feet. 

1 dessicator. 

SUNDRIES, 

1 Broom ; 1 dust brush and pan ; scissors; 
hammer. 

1 small magnet; clock ; camera for carbon de¬ 

termination. 

2 baths for carbon determination ; matches. 


Total for apparatus.$414 OS 

Total for chemical or reagents .$104 60 

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— 8584, Complete Outfit for Saccharimetric Polarization, as per list 

below.S 21 ? 00 

The beet and standard instruments for these investigations are made by Messrs. 


Schmidt & Haensoh and by Dr. Scheibler, whose agents we are for this oountry. 



8324 7031 

Catalogue Nos. 

— 7013. Polariscope or Saccharimeter, Soleil-Soheibler, regular standard. .$175 00 

— 7012. Polariscope or Saccharimeter, half-shade, new standard. This instrument pos¬ 

sesses all tbe advantages of the Laurent half-shade instrument, and none of its 
disadvantages. A color-blind person can use it, and determine the percentage 
of sugar with as much accuracy as any other. It is just as accurate as the Soleil- 
Yentzke and Soleil-Scheibler, its use is more easily acquired, and it gives sur¬ 
prisingly accurate results in the hands of those without previous experience. It 
is thus particularly to be recommended to planters, manufacturers and others, 
who have not the services of a professional chemist Even for the most experi¬ 
enced chemist we believe it to be the best instrument, because accuraoy depends 
in no way on the color-sensitiveness of the worker, and results are more speedily 
obtained. Even though the chemist himself is not in the least degree color¬ 
blind, a future assistant may be. It is absolutely the best instrument for polar¬ 
izing dark-colored sugars and molasses. The greatest drawback to the use of 
half-shade polariscopes like the Laurent heretofore has been the necessity for 
using the sodium flame with all the inconvenience whioh this implies. With 
this new instrument the ordinary gas or kerosene lamp may be used. We shall 
be pleased to exhibit the working of this new instrument.$175 00* 

7027. 1 Polariscope Tube, 200 m.m. 6940. 2 Pipettes, 3 c.c. 

1 “ “ 100 m.m. 1 Pipette, 10 c.c. 

8324. 1 Tripod. 8389. 1 Wash Bottle. 

7031. 1 Polariscope Lamp, oil or gas. 5361. 1 Syphon Aspirator Bottle, complete. 

1 doz. “ “ Wicks. 6388. 2 Funnels. 

5411. 1 Fine Balanoe, 300.0, in case. 6288. 1 quire Filter Paper. 

5468. 1 set fine Weights, 200 to 0.001, in case. 6134. 2 Dripping Glasses, 5x2 inch. 

6195. 1 German Silver Dish, with counter- 6839. Porcelain Mortar and Pestle, No. 4. 
poise weights. 6378. Forceps, ivory tips. 

6357. 2 Graduated Flasks, 50 and 55 o.c. 5466. 1 Sugar Weight, 2&048 grms. 

2 “ “ 100 and 110 c.c. 1 " “ 13.024 grms. 

— Instructions for using the instrument furnished with the outfit 

The above sugar-testing outfit complete, boxed, $217 00. Any part sold separately. 

If ordered with the largest and most improved wedge compensation instrument, 
see No. 7015, and all the latest improvements, price.$343 00 


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within the reach of Students and smaller Institutions. 80 inexpensive the ap¬ 
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23 19 18 17 36 


O SET INTO- 1. 

LAWS OF MATTER. PNEUMATICS. 


1. Universal Support. 

2. Set of Balls. 

3. SetofWires. 

4. Capillary Tubes. 

5. Osmose Bell. 

6. Cohesion Hemispheres_ 

7. Adhesion Disk. 

8. Gravity Block. 

9. Momentum Spring. 

10. Whirling King. 

11. Illustration of Pulleys.... 

12. Illustration of Levers. 

13. Inclined Plane and Car... 

14. Set of Weights. 

DYNAMICS. 

16. Equilibrium Tubes. 

16. Pressure of Liquids. 

17. Hydrometer. 

18. Lifting Pump. 

19. Force Pump. 

20t Siphon. 

21. Balloon and Car. 

22. Glass Jar. 


$ 6 00 23. Air Pump. 

2 40 24. Spherical Receiver. 

60 25. Magdeburg Hemisphere 

46 26. Barometer Tube. 

65 27. Bell in Vacuum. 

40 28. Sheet Rubber. 

25 29. Rubber Bag . 

60 30. Mariotte’s Law. 

20 31. Stop-Cook. 

2 00 
4 00 * 

36 

75 

1 75 HEAT. 

32. Spirit Lamp. 

33* Bar and Gauge _ 

76 34. Compound Bar. 

, 1 15 35. Lamp Stand. 

75 36. Glass Flask. 

1 25 37. Palm Glass. 

1 25 38. Glass Tube. 

20 39. Conductometer. 

75 40. Wire Gauze. 

1 00 41. Wollaston’s Engine_ 


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3 

3 


1 

1 

1 


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SOUND. 


8onometer. 4 76 

Diapason. 1 00 

Organ Pipe. 3 60 

Vibrating Bod. 60 

Violin Bow. 1 26 

LIGHT. 

Kaleidoscope. 66 

Thick Mirror. . 20 

Prism.' 30 

Prismatic Lens. 36 

Pair of Lenses. 1 00 

Color Disk . 1 26 

Incidence and Deflection. 1 00 

Irradiation Circle. 26 

Magnifying Lens. 60 


ELECTRICITY. 


57. Soft Iron Bar. 16 

68. Magnetic Needle 


60. Battery. 1 

61. Solenoid. 1 

62. Parallel Currents. 1 

63. Eleotro-Magnet. 2 

64. Electro Motor. 0 

65. Magneto Machine. ... 4 

66. Handles. 

67. Insulated Wire. 


68. Friction Cylinder. 


69. Electroscope 

rrn 


71. Electrical Machine. 11 

72. Leyden Jar. 1 

73. Discharger. 1 

74. Electrical Bells. 1 

75. Spiral Tube. 2 


56. Pair of Magnets 


80 


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LAWS OF MATTER. 

1. Universal Support . 

2. Set of Balls. 

3. Set of Wires. 

4. Capillary Tubes. 

6. Capillary Plates. 

6. Osmose Bell. 

7. Cohesion Hemispheres. 

8. Adhesion Disk. 


II 11 

9. Gravity Block. 

10. Momentum Spring. 

$ 6 00 11. Whirling Table.. 

2 40 12. Central Forces. 

50 13. Whirling King. 

45 14. Illustration of Pulleys... 
26 15. Illustration of Levers... 
66 16. Inclined Plane and Car.. 
40 17. Set of Weights. 

26 


50 
20 
4 75 
1 25 
1 35 
4 00 
35 
75 
1 75 


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22 


DYNAMICS. 

18. Equilibrium Tubes.$ 75 

19. Buoyancy Vase. 1 75 

20. Pressure of Liquids. 1 15 

21. Arohimides Principle. 1 60 

22. Nioholson Hydrometer. 2 00 

23. Hydrometer. 0 . 75 

24. Lifting Pump. 1 25 

25. Force Pump. 1 25 

26. Siphon. 20 

27. Tantalus* Cup. 65 

28. Equality of Pressure. 40 

29. Balloon and Car. 75 

30. Glass Jar. 1 00 

PNEUMATICS. 

31. Air Pump. 21 00 

32. Receiver, quart. 55 

33. Receiver, gallon. . 1 10 

34. Hand Glass. 50 

35. Magdeburg Hemisphere. 3 50 

36. Guinea and Feather Tube.. . 5 00 

37. Barometer Tube. 45 

38. Expansion Apparatus. 40 

39. BaochuB Illustration. 45 

40. Sheet Rubber. 25 

41. Rubber Bag. 1 00 

42. Mariotte*8 Law. 1 25 

43. Stop>Cock. ... 1 20 


HEAT. 


44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 

49. 
60. 
51. 
62. 

53. 

54. 


55. 

56. 

57. 

58. 

59. 

60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 


64. 

65. 

66 . 

67. 

68 . 

69. 

70. 

71. 

72. 

73. 


Spirit Lamp. 

Bar and Gauge. 

Compound Bar. 

Lamp Stand.. 

Palm Glass. 

Glass Tube. 

Conduotometer. 

Wire Gauze. 

Fire Syringe. 

Specific Heat. 

Conversion Apparatus.. 

SOUND. 


1 

1 


Crova’s Disk.. 
Savart’s Wheel 


Siren Disk. 

Sonometer. 7 

Diapason. 2 

Organ Pipe. 3 

Vibrating Rod. . 

Violin Bow. 1 


Sand Pendulum. 

LIGHT. 


Kaleidoscope. 

Thick Minor. 

Convex Mirror. 

Concave Mirror. 

Prism . 

Prismatic Lens. 

Set of Lenses. 

Color Disk .. 

Persistency of Vision.... 
Incidence and Reflection. 


2 

2 


2 

1 

1 


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ELECTRICITY. 


74. Pair of Bar Magnets. 80 

76. Bar of Soft Iron. 15 

76. U. Magnet. 50 

77. Magnetic Needle. .60 

78. Iron Turnings. 10 

79. Grenet Battery. 3 00 

80. Galvanometer. 3 25 

8L Solenoid. 1 25 

82. Floating Solenoid. 75 

83. Parallel Currents. 1 00 

84. Electro-Magnet. 2 25 

85. Helix and Bing. 2 75 



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87. Induction Coil. 6 

88. Handles. 

89. Insulated Wire.. 

90.. Friction Cylinder. 

91. Electroscope. 

92. Pith Balls. 


93. Gold Leaf Electroscope. 1 

94. Electrical Machine. 11 

95. Test Needle.....’_ 

96. Faraday's Cap. 

97. Leyden Jar. 1 

98. Discharger.*. 1 

99. Eleotrio&l Bells. 1 


$154 



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ISTO. 3. 


Comprises the Instruments in the Set No. 2, with the following: 


100. Universal Stand.$ 3 00 

101. Balance. 7 50 

102. Pascal Vase . 4 50 

103. Hydraulic Press. 6 75 

104. Wollaston’s Engine. 2 00 

106. Chladni’s Plate. 1 50 

106. Savart’s Bell. 3 00 

107. Achromatic Prism. 3 25 

108. Dipping Needle. 2 25 

109. Bunsen’s Battery. 1 50 

110. Electrolysis of Salts . 40 


111. Decomposing Cell. 1 

112. Telegraph Sounder and Key_ 4 

113. Magneto-Electrio Machine. 4 

114. Set of Besistanoe Coils. 4 

115. Set of five Spools. 2 

116. Movable Coatings Jar. 2 

117. Spiral Tube. 2 

Included in Set No. 2.154 


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For the use of High Schools, Colleges and Universities. 


These Sets of Apparatus have been oompiled with great oare, to inolude the most 
desirable instruments to prove the important Laws of Physical Science, as taught 
in all the modem school books, avoiding duplications of experiments, and 
making each as perfect as possible for the cost of the set 
Any desired alterations may be made, departments omitted, or taken from different 
sets; or any changes in the articles from the Catalogue, with corresponding 
reductions from the list prices. 

These Instruments have been for thirty-five years universally approved for their 
exoellence in quality and construction. 



LAWS OF MATTER. 


1. Adhesion Disk.$ 30 

2. Capillary Tubes.*- 60 

3. Endosmeter. 75 

4. Inertia Apparatus. 60 

5. Collision Balls. 3 75 

6. Ritchie’s Gravity Block.. 50 

7. Whirling Ring. 2 20 

8. Lever. 80 

9. Pair of Pulleys. 2 00 

10. Set of Weights. 2 00 

HYDRODYNAMICS. 

11. Equilibrium Tubes. 2 00 

12. Upward Pressure. 1 20 

13. Siphon. 25 

14. Lifting Pump. 1 50 

15. ForoePump. 1 50 

PNEUMATICS. 

16. Air-Pump. 13 50 

17. Receiver. 80 

18. Hand-Glass. 55 

19. Expansion Apparatus. 40 

20. Magdeburg Hemispheres. 5 00 

21. Barometer Tube . 1 25 

22. Guinea and Feather Tube. 5 75 

23. Sheet Rubber. 35 

24. Collars and Oil. 35 

HEAT. 

25. Spirit Lamp. 75 

26. Fire Syringe. 1 75 

27. Bar ana Gauge. 1 15 

28. Wire Gauze. 30 

29. Conductometer. 1 25 

30. Principles of Ventilation. 1 50 

31. Palm Glass. 50 


Hxat . —Continued. 

32. Lamp Stand. 85 

33. Pint Flask. 30 

OPTICS. 

34. Prism. . 

35. Priamatio Lens.. 

36. Demonstration Lenses. 2 

37. Newton’s Disk. 1 

38. Magnifying Lens. 

ELECTRICITY. 

39. Glass Cylinder. 

40. Electrical Machine. 11 

41. Electrometer. 

42. Flier 1 

43. Electrical Bells. 1 

44. Pith Balls. 

45. Leyden Jar. 1 

46. Discharger. 1 


48. Magnetic Needle. 

49. Grenet Battery. 3 

50. Galvanometer. 3 

51. Powder Cup. 

52. Electrolysis of Salts. 

53. Solenoid . 1 

54. Electro-Magnet. 2 

55. Set of Wires. 


Laws of Mattzb, 1-10. 13 

Hydrostatics, 11—15. 6 

PNXUMATXC8, 16-24.27 

Hkat, 25-33 . 8 

Optics, 34-38 . 5 

Electricity, 39-55 . 31 

Box and Packing. 1 75 


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67 

MECHANICS. ACOUSTICS. 


1. Adhesion Disk.$ 30 

2. Capillary Tubes. . 60 

3. Endosmeter. 75 

4. Inertia Apparatus.%. 65 

6. Collision Balls . 3 75 

6. Ritchie’s Gravity Block. 50 

7. Pendulums . 1 25 

8. Whirling Ring. 2 20 

9. Lever and Fulcrum. 80 

10. Wedge. 1 00 

11. Four Pulleys, and bar fitted to No. 

24 . 3 50 

12 . set of weights!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2 00 

HYDRODYNAMICS. 

13. Equilibrium and Buoyancy. 1 75 

14. Pressure of Liquids. 1 35 

15. Hydrometer. 1 00 

16. Hydrometer Jar. 40 

Bottle Imp. 20 

17. Siphon.. 25 

18. Tantalus’ Cup. 80 

19. Hydraulic Press.. 7 75 

20. Lifting Pump. 1 50 

21. Force Pump. 1 50 

PNEUMATICS. 

22. Air Pump. 13 50 

23. Receiver. 80 

21. Hand Glass . 55 

25. Expansion Apparatus.. 40 

26. Magdeburg Hemispheres. 5 00 

27. Water Hammer. 65 

28. Barometer Tube. . 1 25 

29. Guinea and Feather Tube. 5 75 

30. Rubber Bag. 1 50 

31. Sheet Rubber. 20 

32. Collaraand Oil. 50 

HEAT. 

33. Spirit Lamp. 75 

34. Bar and Gauge. . 1 15 

35. Gompound Bar. 85 

36. Wire Gauze. 30 

37. Conduetrometer. 1 25 

38. Principles of Ventilation. 1 50 

39. SpeoifieHeat. 2 25 

40. Palm Glass . 50 

41. Lamp Stand. 85 

42. Glass Flask. 30 


43. Violoncello Bow. 1 

44. Resonant Jar. 1 

45. Diapason. 6 

46. Organ Pipe and Slider. 3 

47. Sonometer. 10 

OPTICS. 

48. Convex Mirror. 2 

49. Concave Mirror. 2 

50. Kaleidoscope. 


52. Prismatio Lens.. 

53. Demonstration Lenses. 2 

54. Newton’s Disk. 1 

ELECTRICITY. 


66. Vulcanite Cylinder. 

57. Toepler-Holtz Machine....26 

58. Electrometer. 

59. Gold Leaf Electrometer. 1 

60. Flier. 1 

61. Electrical Bells. 1 

62. Pith Balls. 

63. Spiral Tube . 2 

64. Movable Coatings Jar. 3 

65. Leyden Jar. 1 

66. Discharger . 1 

67. Bar Magnets, two. 

68. Magnetic Needle. 

69. Grenet Battery. 3 

70. Oersted’s Galvanometer. 3 


72. Electrolyris of Salts. ... 

73. Solenoid. 1 

74. Electro-Magnet. 2 

75. Telegraph Sounder and Key. 4 

76. Set of Wires. 

77. Galvanometer. 3 

78. Resistance Coils. 4 


Mechanics, 1-12.17 

Hydrodynamics, 13-21 . 16 

Pneumatics, 22-32. 30 

Heat, 33-42. 9 

Acoustics, 43-47. 23 

Optics, 48-54. 10 

Electricity. 55-78 . 64 

Boxing and Packing. 3 


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MECHANICS. 


1. 

2 . 

3. 

4 

a 

a 

7. 

8 . 
9 . 

10 . 

11 . 

12 . 

13. 

14. 

15. 

16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 

20 . 
21 . 
22 . 

23. 

24. 

25. 

26. 
27. 


Universal Support. 
Universal Stand... 
Adhesion Disk.... 

Set of Balls... 

Capillary Plates... 

Set of Wires. 

Capillary Tubes... 
Endosmeter . ... 
Osmose of Gases... 
Momentum Sp 
Whirling Table. 
Inertia Apparatus.. 

Central Forces. 

Whirling Ring. 

Attwood Machine. 


6 00 
3 00 
30 
2 40 



Ritchie's Gravity Block 50 

Gyroscope. 2 25 

Path of Projectile ... 3 25 

Set of Pulleys. 4 00 

Set of Gears. 2 00 j 

Lever. 35 I 

Inclined Plane and Car 75 

Wedge. 1 00 

Set of Weights. 2 00 

Metric Rod.. 40 

Balance. 9 75 

Spring Balances, two. 30 

HYDRODYNAMICS. 

28. Equilibrium Tubes... 2 00 

29. Buoyancy Vases.. 1 75 

30. Pascal's Vases. 4 60 

31. Pressure of Liquids... 

32. Archimedes' Principle 

33. Imp in Jar. 

34. Hydrometer, light_ 

35. Hydrometer, heavy... 

36. Hydrometer Jar. 

37. Siphon.. 

38. Tantalus’ Cup. 80 

39. Hydraulic Press. 7 75 

40. Lifting Pump. 4 00 

41. Force Pump . 6 50 

42. Liquid Jet Apparatus. 5 25 

PNEUMATICS. 

43. Air-Pump. 26 00 

44. Receiver, one qt, plain 50 

45. Receiver, 2 gal. capped 3 00 

46. Hand-Glass. 55 

47. Expansion Apparatus. 40 

48. Magdeburg Hemispheres 5 00 

49. Water Hammer. 65 

50. Bacchus Illustration . 2 00 

51. Weight and Buoyancy. 

52. Barometer Tube. 

53. Guinea and Feather Tube... 

64. Bell in Vacuum. 

65. Rubber Bag with stop-cock. 

56. Sheet Rubber. 

57. Collars and Oil. 

58. Mariotte's Law. 

69. 8orewPlug. 

60. Sliding Rod. 


HEAT. 

61. Spirit Lamp. 75 

62. Fire Syringe. 1 75 

63. Bar and Gauge. 1 15 

64. Pyrometer. 4 

65. Compound Bar. 

66. Thermometer in Tube. 1 

67. Lamp Stand. 

68. Air Thermometer. 

69. Comparative Thermometer. 1 

70. Wire Gauze. 

71. Conductometer. 1 

72. Principles of Ventilation. 1 

73. Pair of Reflectors. 7 

74. Specific Heat. 2 

75. Palm Glass. 

76. Wollaston’s Globe. 2 

ACOUSTICS. 

77. Cord of Wire. 1 

78. Violoncello Bow. 1 

79. Crova’s Disk. 

80. Savart's Bell Resonator. 3 

81. Savart’s Wheel.„. 

82. Diapason on Case. 6 

83. Organ Pipe and Slider. 3 

84. Reed Pipe . 4 

85. Sonometer. 10 

86. Rods of Fir. 2 

87. Circular Plate. 2 

88. Hopkins' Tube. 2 

89. Sand Pendulum. 

90. Lissajou’s Apparatus. 2 

91. Manometrio Flames. 2 

OPTICS. 

92. Convex Mirror. 2 

93 Concave Mirror. 3 

94. Kaleidoscope. 

95. Pair Mirrors. 4 

96. Polariscope. 4 

97. Mica Plates. 

98. Incidence and Reflection. .. 1 

99. Persistency of Vision. 

100. Prism. 

101. Achromatic Prism. 3 

102. Demonstration Lenses. 2 

103. Set of Disks. 2 

104. Eye Model. 4 

105. Zoetrope.. 2 

106. Iceland Spar. 

ELECTRICITY. 

107. Glass Cylinder. 

108. Vulcanite Cylinder. 

109. Faraday’s Cap. 

110. Electro phorus. 2 

111. Toepler-Holtz Machine. 25 

112. Conductor . . 3 

113. Test Needle. 

114. Faraday'8 Bag... 1 

115. Electrometer. 

116. Gold Leaf Electrometer. 1 

117. Flier. 1 


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118. Electrical Bells. 1 25 

119. Plate of Dancing Balls. 65 

m Pith Balls. 25 

121. Electric Spoon . 75 

122. Spiral Tube. 2 25 

123. Movable Coat Jar. 3 00 

124. Diamond Jar . 3 00 

125. Set of Leyden Jars. 3 75 

126. Jointed Discharger. 2 50 

127. Set of Points. 1 50 

128. Gassiot’s Cascade. 1 00 


MAGNETISM. 

129. Bar Magnets, two. 1 20 

130. Bar of Iron. 15 

131. Magnetic Needle. 65 

132. U Magnet. .. 60 

133. Mayers Magnets. 25 

134. Wheel Armature. 50 

135. Daniel Battery. 2 00 

136. Grenet Battery. 3 60 

137. Oersted’s Galvanometer. 3 25 

138. Powder Cup. 90 

139. Electrolysis of Salts. 1 25 

140. Decomposing Cell. 2 50 

141. Voltameter. 85 

142. Parallel Currents. 1 00 

143. Solenoid. 1 25 

144. De la Rive's Ring. 75 


Maonetibm. —Continued. 

145. Contracting Helix. 2 60 

146. Lifting Cou. 1 60 

147. Electro Magnet.. 2 25 

148. Revolving Magnet. 7 00 

149. Insulated Wire. 85 

150. Page’s Shocker.... 7 50 

151. Handles and Wires. 1 50 

152. Telegraph Sounder and Key. 4 75 

153. Telegraph Relay. 3 50 

154. Magneto-Electric Machine. . 4 00 

155. Resistance Coils. 4 00 

156. Set of Spools. 2 75 

4 Screw Connectors. 80 

157. Induction Coil. 7 00 


Mechanics, 1-27. 63 95 

Hydrodynamics, 28-42. 38 80 

Pneumatics, 43-60 . 60 20 

Heat, 61-76. 27 60 

Acoustics, 77-91. 43 76 

Optics, 92-106. 32 95 

Electricity, 107-128. 56 55 

Magnetism, 129-157. 70 60 

Boxing and Packing. 7 50 


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Tyndall’s set of Electrical Apparatus.— To perform all the experiments 
in Tyndall's •• Lessons in Electricity,*’ consisting of 57 separate pieces in box 
packed ready for shipment. .$65 00 


Physical Apparatus of European manufacture, or of special 
designs according to foreign works on Physics, imported to 
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hydrometer jars, graduates, etc.84 00 

$ 8601. Air j>ump, Mercury, Greiner & Friedrich’s, arranged for fastening to 

8602. Ditto, ditto, with base, see No. 8603 . 60 00 

$ 8603. Ditto, ditto, with crank to elevate the mercury vessel. 90 00 

8604. Ditto, ditto, much larger size..120 00 




8601 



—$8605. Apparatus. Allen’s, for estimating sulphur in oils, complete. .15 00 
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O* 8606. Apparatus for drying, Glaser’s . . 7 60 

8607. Apparatus. Finkner’s, for determining carbon in iron.10 00 

Ditto, for estimating suipnur in iron. 7 60 

8608. Apparatus for generating H, H t S and Co, after Steenbuch. 6 60 

•^8609. Ditto, Kipp’S, improved..1000 

8610, Apparatus for generating sulphuretted hydrogen in large quantities. 
E. A A.'s, suitable for college laboratory. Generator. 6 gallon capacity, Woulff 
bottle of stoneware, rubber stoppers, glass stopcocks and connections, com¬ 
plete with plain clamp.$25 00 With double clamp. $10 00 extra. 

See Report of Commissioner of Agriculture Department Station. 

Any size larger, up to 75 gallons, from $35.00 up to $160.00. 



O 8612. Apparatus, milk testing. Short’s, complete. 16 00 

The set includes : 

8 ^ 8612a. One copper water bath and rack. 7 00 

^ 8612b. 12 tubes, 2 e.c., graduated. 4 50 

Q 8612c. 12 tubes, plain. 2 25 

Q 8612d, 2 pipettes, 2 c.o. graduated. 0 20 

Q 8612©. 1 pipette, 20 o.o. graduated. 0 25 

O 8612f. 1 wash bottle, pint. 0 80 


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8613 


3K 8613. Apparatus for stirring, Rabe’s, complete.$16 

8613a. Turbine alone. 7 

8613b. Shaking arrangement. 3 

8613c. Ditto, and diso... .. 6 

8613d. Apparatus for shaking, oomplete. 17 


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0^8614. Vacuum Apparatus, for laboratory experiments, 
diameter 250 m.m. Vacuum produced by filter pump, 
air pump or by use of steam direct from boiler. 125 00 
^ 8615. Apparatus for weighing on tared filters, 

complete set. 5 00 

O 8616. Aspirator Bottles 9 of March's famous stone¬ 
ware* 6 gallons capacity. Stoppered and with stop¬ 
cock. Suitable as reservoir lor distilled water.. 8 50 

— £8617. Aspirators, Winkler's, of zinc.$15 00 

— 8617a. Ditto, of copper, finely finished. 25 00 

















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^ 8619. Azotometer, Marshall's, Urea. 3 00 

Bacterioscopical Apparatus and supplies are a specialty with us. 
We have in stock a large variety, and onr arrangements with Messrs. W. J. Rohr- 
beck and F. <fc M. Lantenschlitger, of Berlin, enable ns to import at makers* 
prices. Oar facilities fer making te trier Bacterleseeplcal apparatus are 
unequalled In this ceuntry. 



8619 8620 

Culture Ovens, after Dr. Carl Abel, with new arrangement for 
keeping absolutely constant temperatures, made by F. & M. Lauten- 
scblfiger, Berlin. This apparatus is the best ever made, requires no attention, 
is warranted, and abroad, where it is used extensively, is considered practically 
perfect. 


0^ 8620. All of copper, superior finish, 

15 in. high, 10 in. wide, 10 in. deep, inside.$150 00 


08621, Ditto, ditto, 15} in. high, 19| in. wide, inside, 10 in. deep. 180 00 

O 8621a “ “ 26 “ 24 “ «• 12 “ .. 260 00 

Electric Regulator, for gas, complete with electrio thermometer, electro 
magnet, battery, in oakwood case, connecting wires, mercury regulator, etc., 

with directions.$45 00 

O Koch’s Safety Burner for same.. . 9 00 


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BALANCES, 

AT MAMIE'S PBICE8. 


8622. Assay Balance, Becker's Im¬ 
proved, short beam, agate 
planes and knives* Glass 
Plate* Beam graduated in 1-50 
milligr. Needle deviates 50 divi¬ 
sions for 1 milligr.$135 00 

O 8622a. Ditto, ditto, with aluminium beam, 
bows, pans, etc. 145 00 

O# 8623. Assay Balance, Oertling’s, 
Short Beam, capacity 30 grains. 
Sensitive to 1-1000 grain, glass 
plate. Rapid and accurate. $250 00 



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8624 


0^8624. Analytical Balance, Automatic, rapid and exact, 200 grammes capacity 
each pan, sensitive to 1-10 milligr., provided with automatic mechanism for 
varying the sensibility and handling the weights, when case is closed. Including 
weights of platinum from 1 gramme down. .$250 00 



8625 


8625. Analytical Balance, Sartorius’ Latest Model, sensitive to 1-10 milligr. 

200 grammes capacity each pan, with aluminium beam, No. 1.$200 00 

8625a. Ditto, with phosphorous bronze beam, No. 2. 130 00 


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8626. Analytical Balances, Sartorios*, etc., without special balancing attach¬ 
ment on beam. No. 3.$ 8000 

8627. Ditto, ditto, with bronzed iron column. No. 4 .. . 7000 

— £8628. Analytical Balance* Bunge’s, capacity, 200 grammes, sensitive to 1-10 

milligr. Agate planes ati d knife edges, glass plate, finely finished.$176 00 

All other Bunge's Balances imported to order. 

Analytical Balances, Becker’s Rotterdam Short Beam, Rapid, Accurate. 


08629. Analytical Balance, Im¬ 
proved, Short Beam, glass 
plate, finely finished, capacity, 100 
grammes, agate bearings, sensitive 
to 1-10 milligr.$90 00 

Beam graduated into 1-10 milligr. See 
illustration No. 5393, large Catalogue 

Agate knife edges for above, extra . 10 00 

8630. Analytical Balances, Short 
Beam, capacity, 100 grammes, 
without improved arrest for pans, 
agate be&nngs, beam graduated in 
1-5 milligr. sensitive to 1-10 milli¬ 
gramme.$51 00 

Agate knife edges for above, extra. 8 00 



8628 



8631 



8630 

8631. Balance for the Lecture Room, or Chemical Laboratory, capaoity, 

5 kilogrammes, complete outfit, in case . .$160 00 


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8632. Balance, only, same as above., .. .$125 00 

8633. Ditto, ditto, for Physical Laboratory, 1 kilo oapacity. 75 00 

% 8634. Balance* for weighing large vessels. Very snitable fbr making standard eola¬ 
tions. Beam, 18 inohes long, height above pans, 18} inches, pans, 10 inches di¬ 
ameter, capacity, 10 kilos.$25 00 

—^ 8636. Sartorius’ Hydrostatic Balance, for specific gravity determination of 
liquids, complete in case.$26 50 



8636 


8634 


WEIGHTS. 

Adjusted to the utmost accuracy. 

In polished boxes, velvet lined, fractions of grammes of platinum. 

O 3637. Analytical Weights, No* 1 qualify, 500 grammes and down to 1 milligr. 

with riders. Becker’s make, $28 00 Our make, $24 00 

O 8638. Ditto, 1000 grammes and down to 1 milligr. with riders.$3000 

O 8639. Analytical Weights, No. 2 quality, 2 kilogrammes and down to 1 milli¬ 
gramme.$18 50 

8 8640. Ditto, 5 kilogrammes and down to 1 milligr.$31 50 

8641. Ditto, 10 kilogrammes and down to 1 milligr.$53 75 


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BATTERIES. 


8642. Batteries* Meidinger’s, Lower vessel, 7 inches high, small, each. $1 76 


Ditto, ditto, 8} inches high, large, each 


225 


0¥ 8643. Nickel-Plating Battery* An improved Bunsen Cell 
of great power, for electro-plating, electro-motors, etc. One 
hundred gallons of niokel solution have been used success¬ 
fully with two of these cells. The glass jars contain six 
quarts, forming a very oonvenient tank for experimental 
work. 


Cell complete.. 

Carbon, Ix4$x9.$1 60 

Carbon Clamp, Platinum faced. 1 00 
Porous Cup. 50 


.$500 

Glass Jar, 6x8x9 inches.... 1 00 

Zinc, heavy rolled.. -. 1 00 

Zinc Connector. 15 



O 8644. Batteries* dry, Gassner's. 8642 

Cylindrical form, 7 in. high, 3 in. diameter, each.$1 50 

Oval form, 7 in. high, 5 in. long, 1 \ in wide, each. 1 50 

Batteries 9 Storage, (Accumulators, ) any make, at manufacturers* prices. 

8645. Blast Arrangement, connected with water faucet, will operate Bunsen’s 
Blast Lamp perfectly, each $4 00. With 3 metal stopcocks.$8 00 



8643 


8645 


8647 




BOTTLES. 


Re-agent Bottles, flint glass, indestructible enamelled labels, finest 

quality ever made* 

The background of this label is of white enamel, forming letters in clear block type, 
on surface of bottle. 

— If of light colored green glass, 10% less. 

— 8646. Bottles, Tinctures, with high or flat stoppers. 

Capacity, 4 8 12 16 32 ounces. 

.65 .75 .85 .90 $1 10 each. 

—% 8647. Ditto, ditto, with high, cut stoppers. 

Capacity, 4 8 12 16 32 ounces. 

.75 .85 $100 1 05 1 30 each. 


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— 864a Bottles, Tincture, salt-mouth, with high or flat stoppers. 

Capacity, 2 4 8 16 ounces. 

.60 . 70 .85 .95 each. 

— 8649. Ditto, ditto, with cut hexagon stoppers. 

Capacity, 2 4 8 16 ounces. 

.65 .80 .95 $1 15 each. 


— 8650. Bottles, sane as above, bat with labels, vltbost (outside) tail Sizes to 
12 oz. inclusive, at 5c. each less. Sizes, 16 to 48 oz. inclusive, at 10c. each less. 

O 8651. Ditto, with ordinary black enamelled lettering, about 40% less than above 
list prices. 

O 8652. Ditto, ditto, but with border, about 30% less than above list prices. 

* 8653. Bottles, Specific Gravity, Squibbs’. For different standard volumes. 
Capacity, 25 CC. 50 CC. 100 CC. 

$3 00 3 25 3 75 each. 


8654. Ditto, with extra wide necks for solids, 10% more. 

O* 8655. Bottles, for dropping, stopper closes bottle or allows liquid to 
flow and air to enter. Single.20 cents. Dozen.$1 75 






8657 


8657a 


8668 



8653 8656 


BURETTES. 


Burettes, new form. Blue enamelled strip on white enamelled background. 
Illustration No. 8657a shows principle. 


— 8656. 


-*8657. 


—* 8658. 


For use with pinch-cocks. 

25 CC 1-10 60 CC 1-10 

$1 50 1 75 

With Geissler’s stop-cocks. 

25 CC 1-10 50 CC 1-10 

2 00 2 75 


100 CC 1-5 
2 25 


100 CC 1-5 
3 00 


100 CC 1-10 
250 


100 CC 1-10 
3 25 


Ditto, with new 3-way stop-cock and $ide tube for filling from reservoir. 


Capacity, 25 CC 1-10 
$2 75 


50 CC 1-10 
3 50 


100 CC 1-5 
3 75 


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. BURNERS. 


8659. Burners, Muencke’s. Milled ring moves burner tube and regulates air supply. $1 25 

8660. Burner, height adjustable, with chimney. For use with spectroscope. 2 00 

8661. Burner, Dr. Venable’s, Gasolene, each. 1 75 

8662. Burner, combination Gasolene, each. 1 25 



8659 





8663 8662 

—^ 8663. CathetOTneters, with movable telescope and levelling screws . 45 

— 8664. Ditto, ditto, with millimeter micrometer screw and nonius. 60 


Larger and more complete Cathetometers from $150 00 to $1,200 
Descriptions and special prices on application. 


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8665. Centrifkigal Machine, small, for drying precipitates and salts. Capacity oi 

half gallon.. 40 

8666. Ditto, inside cylinder 180X300 m.m. Provided with governor and brake.... 75 
^ 8667. “Centrifuge'* Soxhlet’s, operated by hand. Readily adapted for use with power. 30 





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CHARTS. 


Q 8668. Technological Wall-Maps, for Universities and Colleges. 

Size 170x125 c.m. 

L Bessemer Steel Manufacturing, by Prof. A. V. Rerpely. 

IL Glover Tower, Manufacturing of Sulph. Acid, by H. Schaffner. 

III. Ammonia Ice Machine, by F. Carre. 

IV. Beer Brewing, by Gustav Noback. 

V. Condensation of Hydrochloric Acid, by H. Schaffner. 

VL Sugar Refining. 

VTL Diffusion Apparatus, by Julius Robert. 

VIII. Martin Steel Manufacturing, by Siemens. 

IX. Iron Furnace for cokes. Producing from 50 to 60 tons a day. 

X. Puddling Furnace, by Dr. Jos. Schmiedhamer. 

XL Sulphur Distillation, by Dr. PasqualinL 


XU. Tile-Making ; Hofmann's Ring-Oven.each, $7 00 

Mounted on linen back, each.extra, 3 00 


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O 8669. Technological wall charts, colored, with explanation by Dr. Friedrich Knappe, 
size, 100X120 cm. 


1. Iron furnace. 

2. Grain mill, grinding process. 

3. High pressure steam engine, cross section 

and details. 

5. High Pressure steam boiler, view of the 

interior. 

6. Gas oven, cross section. 

7. Gas oven, length section. 

8. Grain mill. 

11. Puddling furnaces. 

12. Two Frischoefen. 

21. Zinc oven. 

23. Beer Brewing, malt roasting. 

24. Beer Brewing, mash-box, Hops and Yeast 
31. Lime Kiln. 

35. Glass Furnace. 

36. Swamp Oven. 

37. Salt works, Gradirbau. 

38. Salt Works, Boiling Pans. 

Price of each map. 


39. Charooal Kiln. 

40. Coke Oven. 

41. Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid, lead 

chamber. 

42-43. Manufacture of Soda. 

44. Steam Hammer. 

45. Foundry. 

46. Centrifugal Drying Machine. 

47. Smoke Apparatus. 

48. Coal-washing Apparatus. 

50. Cement Oven. 

51. Hollander. 

52. Gasometer. 

53. Ericsson’s caloric engine, cross section. 

54. Ericsson’s caloric engine, details. 

55-56. Appolt’s Coke Furnace. 

59. Beer Brewing, mixing machine. 
60-61-62. Glass manufg, stretch furnace. 
63-64. Water-column machine. 

.$5 60 

Mounted on linen, extra, $2.75. 


^8670. Clamps.—Universal Test-tube Holder and Tweezer Combined, Dr. 
Geo. W. Melotte’s, (Patented Sept 20th, 1887.) 


This instrument, with or without the handle, will hold all sizes of Test Tubes, 
all sizes and shapes of Mattrasses, smaller sizes of flasks, etc., it can be used as a 
Tweezer and Forceps to pick up and hold securely anything from a pin or pea 
up to Blowpipe Charcoal, Stoppers, etc., etc. 

Prices, Single pieces, 40 cents each; One dozen lot, $4 00; One hundred lot, 
$32 00; Five hundred lot, $125 00. 




COLLECTIONS. 


Arranged by Dr. A. Krantz. 


O 8671. Collections of Rocks, according to Bosenbusch. Prepared in two sizes, cut 

square, small, 6}X8£c.m. Prices, specimens, from_12 cents to 75 cents each 

Large, 8JX11 c.m. Prices, specimens, from.20 cents to $1 00 each 

Some unusually expensive pieces excepted. Larger collections to order, only. 

Collection Rocks for Schools, etc. 

O 8672. Collection, 200 specimens and varieties, 6£x8} c.m... $42 00 

O 8673. Ditto, ditto, 500 specimens and varieties.. $140 00 

O 8674, Ditto, ditto, 1000 specimens.$360 00 


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O 8675. Collection, Minerals* 100 specimens, for students, size about 4x6 c.m.$12 00 

O 8676. Ditto, ditto, 200 specimens and varieties, packed in 2 wood cases.$24 00 

O 8677. Ditto, ditto. 500 specimens and varieties, packed in 5 wood cases.$146 00 

O 8678. Ditto, ditto, 1000 specimens and varieties, loose.$380 00 

Minerals for Chemical Analysis, etc., by pound, See our List of Chemicals. 

O 8679. Ditto, ditto, 185 specimens, size 6x6 c.m., illustrating physical properties of the 

w minerals. .$87 60 

O 8680. Ditto, ditto, of Pseudomorphous minerals, 100 specimens, 5x6 c.m.$60 00 

O 8681. Ditto, ditto. Metallurgical, of the most important ores and metallio compounds, 

~ 200 specimens, 5x6 c.m . . .$100 00 

^ 8682. Combustion Furnace, Glaser’*, modified by Anschutz & Kekule, improved 
by E. & A. Provided with mica plates, enabling operator to watch flame during 

combustion, 34 inches long, 21 burners.$50 00 

Burners may be removed and used for Kjeldahl’s digestions, etc., etc. 

Larger sizes to order, only. 



8682 



8683 8685 


CRUCIBLE TONGS. 


0)^8683. Crucible Tongs, Blair’s, platinum tips or shoes, each. .$6 60 

8684. Ditto, ditto, all finely-finished steel, same shape as No. 8675, each.$2 00 

8685. Ditto, ditto, Goose-neck, with platinum tipR, each.$2 00 

8686. Ditto, ditto, solid nickel, double bend, 8 inches long, fitted with platinum 

shoes or caps, more durable than platinum plates.$600 

8687. Crucibles, Platinum, Gooch’s. Capacity, 10 CC; approximate weight 

15 grammes; per gramme..65c 

For other sizes Gooch Crucibles, see our large catalogue. 

8688. Ditto, Porcelain, Goochs, with covers, to be used with perforated platinum 

disc. Capacity, 1 ounce, each . .60c 

08689. Platinum Disc, for above, each.75c 

8690. Perforated porcelaiu plates, (separate) for above, each. 26o- 

For Chemicals, See our Special List 
For Drugs, etc.. See our Special List. 


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DESICCATORS. 


SK 8700. Desiccators, Scheibler’s, 5} inch diameter, with stop-cock.$3 00 

— ^8701. Digesters, Iron, well-made and carefully tested, from 100 to 350 lbs. pressure, 
per square inch, with gauge and safety valve, complete. 

Capacity, 12 5 Litres. 

$62 40 67 90 77 00 

If mounted with the new pressure gauge instead of the ordinary one, $11 20 extra 
Ditto, tested to 2,000 lbs. pressure, any size, to order, only. 

Other sizes to order, only. 



O* 8702. 
O 8703. 
* 8704. 


* 8705. 


Distilling Apparatus) perfectly automatic, size A produces 13 gallons of dis¬ 
tilled water in 24 hours; burner consumes 6 feet of gas per hour.$15 00 

Ditto, ditto, size B produces 32 gallons distilled water in 24 hours; burner consumes 
14 feet of gas per hour. . .$25 00 


Ditto, ditto, tor preparing distilled water by steatn heat quickly 
and in larger quantities. Of heavy copper, steam coil near bottom; auto- 
matio valve controlling water supply, water level gauge, etc. 

Capacity, 3 gallons, $35 00 5 gallons, $45 00 

Distilling Apparatus of heavy copper, brass flanges, secured by stout clamps, 
suitable for preparation of Aldehydes, Tars, etc. 

Capacity, 4 12 3 gallons. 

$25 00 30 00 10 00 45 00 


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^ 8706. Drying Oven, for drying in current of hydrogen, steam, etc., 16 inches long 

and 10 inches wide outside, each.$30 00 

Vfc 8707. Ditto, ditto, Victor Meyers’, for drying at constant temperatures, mounted on 

tripod.$12 00 

8708. Ditto, ditto, Wiesnegg’s double wall, percelatn lined, inside dimensions, 12 in. x 
10 in. XlO in., with burner, complete. .$65 00 



8709. Electrolytic Apparatus, finely-finished, glass rod, ring and clamp.$4 00 

8710. Ditto, ditto, with 2 clamps.$4 00 

8711. Electrolytic Apparatus, modem form, for copper determinations in large cop¬ 

per mills; with 6 or 12 Platinum cylinders or spirals, on insulated support. 
According to weight of Platinum.$60 00 to $175 00 

8712. Extraction Apparatus, all glass, ground joints, modified Soxhlets, each.$3 00 

Electrical Apparatus, see page 327. 


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FILTE R P APER. 

8713. Filter Paper, Schleicher & Sch(ill’s, “BlackRibbon,”No. 589, washed. 
Prepared especially for use in Iron analysis. After incineration the residue of 
these filters weigh, 

Diameter: 51 7 9 11 121 15 o.m. 

0,00004 0,00007 0,00011 0,00017 0,00021 0,00026 ashes. 

Ditto, 21 2} 31 44 5 6 inches. 

.70 .80 $100 1.20 1.45 1.70 per package. 

Originally made for Krupp, and other large German steel works. Packages of 100 filters each. 
O 8714. Ditto, ditto, Swedish, No. 1 F* cut, ready for use. 

Diameter. 5} 7 9 11 12} 15 c.m. 

2} 2} 31 41 5 6 inches. 

No. 1. 10 14 22 28 32 38 each. 

No. 2. 8 12 18 24 28 32 “ 

8715. Filter Paper, Schleicher & Schfill's, No. 591, for the nitrations of Lacquers, Oils, 

Syrups, etc. Size, 21^x23 in. O^eam, $24 00. Quire.$150 

F LASK S. 

8716. Flasks, Assay, Bohemian glass, capacity, 4 oz., 25c. each, 8 oz., 35c. each. 
^ 8717. Ditto, “Joliet,” heavy, capacity 16 ounces. Used extensively in Iron Companies* 

laboratories, each. . .30 

^ 8718. Ditto, Erlenmeyer form, with side neck, capacity, 8 16 32 ounces. 

each. .35 .45 .55 

8719. Ditto, Bohemian, contracted neck. Imported to order. 



8721 8722 8723 8724 


FU NNE LS. 

8720. Funnels, glass, Bunsen’s, ground inside to angle of 60° 

Diameter, 2} 3 3} inches. 

.25 .30 . 35 each. 

—^8721. Ditto, separatory, Dr. Squibb’s, with stop-cocks and stopper. 

Capacity, 4 oz., $1 75 each, 8 oz., $2 50 each. 

8722. Ditto, Hirsch’s, porcelain, with fixed perforated porcelain plate. 

Diameter, 2 3 3} 4 inches. 

.75 .90 $1 05 1 35 each. 

Ditto, Larger sizes, to 9 inch diameter, to order, only. 

8723. Ditto, glass, ribbed. Diameter, 4 5 6 7 8 inches. 

Capacity, 8 16 24 32 64 ounces. 

15 .20 .25 .30 .50 each. 

8724. Ditto, Dropping, Walter’s, for examining single drops, capacity, 60c.c. each. .$2 00 


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FURNACES. 


8725. Furnace, Brown’s Assay, size : 27 inches 
high, and 14 inches square, size of muffle, 
12X6X4 inches, or 10JX5JX&J; weight, 125 
lbs.$20 00 

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—^ 8726. Gas Cylinders, of superior steel, warranted 
absolutely gas tight and tested to a pressure 
of 300 lbs. to the square inch. Capacity, at 
a pressure of 200 pounds to square inch, 100 
gallons. Size, 10 in. diameterX32 in. high, 
weight, 401b8. Price.$24 00 

- 8727. Ditto, of copper, capacity at 200 lbs. pressure, 
50 gallons, size, 7 in. diameterX28 in. high, 
weight, 20 lbs. Price.$20 00 

Wrench and couplings furnished with eaoh cylinder. 

^ 8728. Gas Distributor, brass, large stop-cooks 
of 3-8 in- bore, finely finished.. .$10 00 

N. B.—Top part for Nos. 8726-27, with gauge. ...13 00 
W ithout gauge. V 00 



8728 



8725 



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8733. Ditto, ditto, filled with various gases for spectrum analysis, selected, each.. .$2 60 
Glass-blowing and Engraving by Experts, in our own shops. Gradu- 


ations warranted correct. 

Metal Work, any description, made in our own shops by experienced mechanics. 

_8734. Hsematinometer, Hoppe-Seiler’s, for measuring blood corpusoles, pr pair, $15 00 

O 8734b. Hsemometer, after Fleischl. . 


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HELIOSTATS. 


08735. Heliostat, after Fuess. $19000 

— 8736, Ditto, with two mirrors, operated by hand, arranged to fasten to shatter... .$79 50 

Slit arrangement for same, extra.$9 00 

—^ 8737. Ditto, Spencer’s, with clock-work.$67 50 

— 8738. Ditto, Meyerstein’s, with clock-work.$38 00 










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HYDROMETERS. 


8739. Hydrometers, Standard Sucrose, as made for Drs. Wiley and Spenoer. Ar¬ 
ranged in sets of 9, up to 90°, standard quality in 1-10°=0 to 10, 10 to 20, 20 

to 30, etc. Each.$125 Per set of 9.$10 00 

O 8740. Ditto, for diffusion battery, in sets of 20, in 1-20° standard quality, 0 to 5, 5 to 10, 
10 to 15, 15 to 20, 20 to 25, 25 to 30, 30 to 35. 35 to 40, 40 to 45, 45 to 60, 
50 to 55, 55 to 60, 60 to 65, 65 to 70, 70 to 75, 75 to 80, 80 to 85, 85 to 90, 
90 to 95, 95 to 100, each.$1|75 

O 8741. Machine, for ratting and grinding mineral sections, modem, with every Im¬ 
provement, Lathe form, foot power, complete. $135 00 

O 8742. Ditto, ditto, operated by hand. $36 00 

— 8743. Rock Sections, collections, of 20 specimens for students. Prepared by 

Prof. Seebach, examined and described by Prof. Zirkel... .$12 50 

— 8744. Ditto, collection of Petrographic, 160 specimens. Arranged by Prof. Rosenbush. 

8JXUcm.$45 00 

— 8745. Ditto, oollection, 350 specimens, Massive-Volcanic, systematized and prepared after 

Prof. Eusenbush’s “ Mikroskopische Physiographic der Massigen Gesteine.” 

Price. .$212 50 

8746. Paper Pulp, Schleicher & SchulPs, washed and purified, convenient 
for filtering large quantities of liquids, per lb.70c 

— 8747. Polarizing Apparatus, Norremberg’s, latest form, wide field, with draw- 

tube, etc . $60 00 

— 8748. Polarizing Apparatus, after Groth for crystalographic optical investigations. 

with Stauroscope, Goniometer, Oil-vessel, Heating arrangement, and with all 
recent improvements, complete. . . .$375 00 


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KJELDAHL’S APPARATUS. 


Latest Designs. 


For Nitrogen Determination, made by ns for Laboratories of Agricultural Experiment 

Stations, Fertilizer Works, etc. 


^ 8749. Kjeldahl’s Condenser, copper, tin lined, 6 coils of pure block tin.30 00 

8750. Ditto, ditto, 10 coils.6000 

8761. Ditto, ditto, of zinc, 6 coils..2500 

zfc 8752. Kjeldahl’s Digesting Shelf, with 6 burners. 18 

8753. Ditto, ditto, with 10 burners.25 

^ 8754. Kjeldahl’s Distilling Shelf, with 6 burners.18 

8755. Ditto, ditto, 10 burners.25 



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LABORATORY FIXTURES. 


—8759. Air Hath, Blair’s, Cast-iron Trough, supported on fire bricks. Top of asbestos 
board and Sheet-iron.30 00 



8759 



8760 


8760. Sand Bath or Hot Plate, Blair’s, 
Iron Plate, supported on Fire-brick, 25 00 
o* 8761. Basins, of March’s famous Stone¬ 
ware, used extensively abroad. General 
shape, particularly the shelf, considered a 

great convenience.$14 40 

Basins, Iron, porcelain lined. Sizes and prices 
on application. 



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8764. Kettles, of enameled iron, caldron shaped. 

Capacity. 26 gallons, 40 gallons. 

Each, 17 60 26 00 

8766. Sand Bath, according to Ruedorff, of wrought iron, with 3 row-burners, as per 
sketch.. 7 60 


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^ 8762. Drying 1 Oven. Double wall, of copper, with heavy brass doors. Boiler and 
Condenser, for preparing Distilled water. Mounted. Arranged to be used 


with a large gas burner..300 00 

* Ditto, larger sizes and different arrangements to order. 

—^ 8763. Evaporating Bath, Iron. 

Section with 12 holes. 40 00 

Section with 18 “ .60 00 

Section with 1-12 in.2-10 in. and 2-4 in. holes.40 00 


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8771. Ladles, with detachable handles. —Of cast iron, in three sizes, 4}x2J, 
4fx2j, 4x2}, inside measurement. One handle will fit any ladle, and can be 
removed while it is on the fire. The prices of ladles and handles are therefore 
given separately below. 

No. 14 l, Ladle, 44X24 inch.40c I No. 14s, Ladle, 4x2} inch.. .25o 

No. 14m, Ladle, 4}x2}inoh. .35c | No. 14h, Handles, each.25c 


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LAMPS 


08772. Microscope Lamp, new, for gas.$1000 

08772a. Ditto, with Auer von Welsbach incandescent cone .$15 00 

O^ 8773. Ditto, ditto, for oil.$6 00 


The flame is surrounded by an opaque chimney, and light is transmitted (law of 
total refraction) through glass rod. Used without condenser above or below 
stage. • 



8778 



8774 



8775 


O^ 8774. Lamps, Magnesium, “flash”. $4 00 

— £ 8775. Lamps, Polariscope, Landolt’s improved, for Sodium Light. $16 00 

8776. Lamp, for Dark Room, gives several times light of ordinary “Ruby ” lamp. 
„ Complete with wicks, amber chimney, etc.$3 50 



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MAGIC LANTERNS. 


The prices of Magic Lantern and Stereopticon depend upon the required objectives. 




O* 8777. Magic Lanterns. Price, with a first-class J size Achromatic Objective. .$50 OO 
8778. Oxy-Hydrogen Stereopticon. Price, with first-class J size achromatic 

objectives. ... .$125 OO 

This Stereopticon 
consists of two well* ven¬ 
tilated tubular lanterns 
4} in. diameter, made 
of Russia sheet iron, 
with all seams folded 
and riveted, and nicely 
japanned in imitation 
of black rubber. With 


8779. Darlot Objectives, 
nicely mounted in brass, 
with rack and pinion ad¬ 
justment for focusing, 
can be had in matched 


pairs. 


8777 


lunged doors at the side 
and back of each lan¬ 
tern ; first quality con¬ 
densing lenses, 44 inch, 
in diameter; superior 
achromatic objectives, 
nicely mounted in brass 
with rack and pinion 
adjustment for focus¬ 
ing; improved Oxy-Hy- 
drogen compound jets, 
warranted to burn en¬ 
tirely noiseless,and new 
device for regulating 
the lime cylinders and 
for adjusting the position of the jets; 
latest improved dissolving key, war¬ 
ranted not to darken the screen, 
and arranged to be used with com¬ 
pressed gases direct from cylinders. 

This instrument is provided with 
awing joints, rotating on plated pil¬ 
lars fastened to a walnut base. 

The J size objectives will produce 
a brilliant and well-defined picture 
of any desired size, up to 25 feet 
diameter. 


8778 


Size, J 4 

Focus, 4J 5| 

Price, $7 00 12 00 


I 

14 50 



4-4 

104 inch. 
32 00 


8780. Magic Lantern Condensers. 

4 in. diameter . $3 60 | 44 in. diameter .$4 00 

5 ia. diameter.$4 50 


The following table of sizes and distances will be found useful. 


8ize Objective. 

i 


i 

i 

i 

i 

i 

! 

4-4 

4-4 

Distance, 

14 

20 

36 

60 

60 

60 

57 

64 

80 

100 feet. 

Gives a 

7 

10 

12 

19 

14 

174 

15 

17 

16 

22 ft. picture. 


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MICROSCOPES. 

Microscopes, Objectives and Accessories, 

Manufactured by CARL ZEISS, JENA. 


EIMER AMEND, SOLE A GENTS. 


The Zeiss * Objectives , Achromatic and Apochromatic , /A* Stands and 
Accessories , ar* well-known for their unsurpassed excellency that it is 
needless to say more about them here. We quote wholesale prices , paid. 

Outfits for most scientific purposes, and especially for the Investigation 

of Bacteria. 


—^ 8781. Microscope, Stand la.$160 00 

With Revolving Objective Table . .$200 00 

Apochromatic Objectives. 16,0 mm 8,0 mm 4,0 mm 

0.30 n. ap. 0.65 n. ap. 0.95 n. ap. .$184 50 

2,5 mm., Water immersion. 

1.26 n.ap.$135 00 

2,0 mm 3,0 mm., Homog. immersion. 

1.30 n.ap. 1.40 n.ap. $406 00 

Compensating Eye-pieces. 2, 4, 8, 12.$46 00 

6, with Micrometer.$13 60 

Sliding Objective Changer, with 6 slides. Rec. in place of nose- 

pieces.$31 50’ 

Stage Micrometer.$4 60 

Camera lucida, (after Abb4).$13 60 

Total for outfit. .$982 60 

— 8782. Microscope, Stand I.$160 00 

Apochromatic Objectives. 16,0 mm 8,0 mm 4,0 mm 

0.30 n. ap. 0.66 n. ap. 0.95 n. ap. .$184 50 

2,5 mm. Water immersion. 

1.25 n. ap. $135 00 

2,0 mm. Homog. immersion. 

1.30 n. ap. $180 00 

Compensation Eye-pieces. 2, 4, 8, 12.$45 00 

6, with Micrometer.$13 50 

Sliding Objective Changer, with 5 slides. Rec. in place of nose- 

pieces.$27 00 

Camera lucida, (after Abb4).$13 60 

Total for outfit.$748 50 


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— 8783. Microscope, Stand Ila...$145 00 

Apocliromatic Objectives. 16,0 mm 8,0 mm 4,0 mm 

0.30 n. ap. 0.65 n. ap. 0.95 n. ap. .$184 50 

2,0 mm, Homog. Immersion. 

1.30 n. ap.$180 00 

Compensating Eye-pieces. 2, 4, 8, 12 .$45 00 

6, with Micrometer.$13 50 

Sliding Objective Changer, with 4 slides. Bee. in place of nose-pieces. 

Price.$22 50 

Camera lucida, (Abbe’s Condenser) .$13 50 

Total for outfit.$604 00 


— 8784. Microscope, Stand Ila.$145 00 

Objectives, A, C, E.$56 70 

1-12 (Homog. immersion).$135 00 

Huygitenian Eye-pieces. 2, 4.$6 30 

3, with Micrometer.$6 75 

Nose-piece for 2 objectives.$9 00 

Camera lucida, 2 prisms.$9 45 

Total for outfit.$368 20 

— 8785. Microscope, Stand IVa ...$100 00 

Iris Diaphragm.$7 50 

Objectives, a a , A, D, F.$72 90 

1-12 (Homog. immersion).$135 00 

Huy ghenian Eye-pieces, 2, 4.$6 30 

3, with Micrometer.$6 75 

Nose-pieces for 3 objectives.$12 16 

Camera lucida, 2 prisms.$9 45 

Total for outfit.*.$350 05 


8786. Microscope, Stand IVa .$100 00 

Objectives, A. C, E.$56 70 

1-12 Homog. immersion, 1,20 mm. aperture.$72 00 

Huyghenian Eye-pieces, 2, 4.$6 30 

Eye-piece Micrometer . . .$2 25 

Nose-piece, for 3 objectives.$12 15 

Total for outfit.$249 30 


— 8787. Microscope, Stand Va . .$60 00 

Objectives, A, D.$29 70 

1,12 (Homog. immersion 1,20 mm. ap.).$72 00 

Huyghenian eye. pieces, 2, 4.*.$6 30 

Nose-piece, for 3 objectives.$12 15 

Total for outfit.%.$180 16 


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—^8788. Microscope, Stand VII.* with 
Illuminator .$35 00 

Iris diaphragm for same. $6 00 

Objectives, A, D..$29 70 

1-12 (Homog. immersion, 1,20 

mm aperture) .$72 00 

Huyghenian Eye-pieces, 2, 4.. . . $G 30 
Total for outfit .$149 00 


— 8789. Microscope, Stand VII, $30 00 

Objectives, A, D, F.$67 50 

Huyghenian Eye-pieces, 2, 4.... $6 30 

Total lor outfit ..$103 80 

— 8790. Microscope, Stand VII. $30 00 

Objectives, A, D. $29 70 

Huyghenian Eye-pieces, 2, 4.. ..$6 30 

Total for outfit.•.$66 00 


The natural color of objects, even in 
the more delicate tints, are reproduced unaltered by 
these objectives in consequence of the very slight 
intensity of the residual tertiary spectrum. 

The differences in the amplification of the im¬ 
age for the various colors are reduced to the same 
amount in all the objectives, and are removed by 
the compensating eye-pieces hereafter described. 

The images therefore arn uniformly free from color 
throughout the whole field of view. 

The spherical aberration outside the 
axis is so completely corrected that the 
sharpness of image existing in the centre 
of the field of view is maintained almost 
up to the margin although the focal adjustment 
between the centre and margin is necessarily some¬ 
what different in consequence of the unavoidable curvature of the surface of the image. 

The construction of each objective is based on calculations which 
extend to the smallest details of optical action* Every element—radii of curva¬ 
ture, thickness, diameter and distance of the lenses from one another—in relation to the 
spectro-metrical constants of the various kinds of glass employed and the numerous condi¬ 
tions, which have to be simultaneously fulfilled, are all accurately adjusted and numerically 
determined for eaoh objective. The technical execution is carried out exactly on the data 
furnished by these calculations, with the strictest check on all the elements in the various 
stages of manufacture and without any subsequent empirical touching up. 

In the list given below the objectives are arranged according to their aperture. In the 2d 
column are the different focal lengths while the 3d column gives the corresponding proper 


ZEISS’ APOCHROMATIC 


In the construction of the objectives thus desig¬ 
nated, new kinds of glass and a greatly 
improved method of correction lmve been 
employed, with the result that the secondary spec¬ 
trum is removed and the spherical aberration uni¬ 
formly corrected for the different parts of the spec¬ 
trum. There is therefore a much more perfect 
concentration of the rays in the image than with 
the best objectives hitherto made, and there is 
neither focal difference nor spherical aberration even 
in the case of chemically effective rays. 

They also allow very" high eye-pieces 
to he used without detriment to the ac¬ 
curacy or brightness of the image, thus 
giving high magnifying power with relatively long 
focal length, and enabling a series of very varying 
amplifications to be obtained with the same object¬ 
ive. 


OBJECTIVES. 


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amplification of the objective (the quotient of the conventional distance of distinct vision (250 
mm) divided by the focal length of tne objective). 

The objectives are constructed according to order, either for the continen¬ 
tal tube-length of 160 mm or for the English of 250 mm or 10 inches. The tube-length 

is measured from the upper surface of the setting of the objective to the upper margin of the 
body tube on which the eye-piece rests. 

Great oare must be taken to preserve the correct tube-length, as any deviation materially 
injures the performance of the objectives and particularly those for homogeneous immersion. 

The settings of all the objectives are engraved with the name of the firm and also with the 
aperture, focal length, and length of the body tube for which they are adjusted. 

In ordering, it is desirable that these three points should be specified so as to avoid any 
mistake as to the particular objective required (thus: Apochrom. 1.40—3.0 mm—long tube). 

The apertures given are the guaranteed minimum values ; the real amount is nearly 
always higher. The focal lengths are exactly as stated. 


— 8791. ZEISS* AJPOCHROMATIC OBJECTIVES. 




Numerical Aper- 

Equivalent Focal 

Objective Magni- 

Pbice. 


r 

ture. 

Length in ram. 

tlcutiou in ram. 



.. . 0.30 .... 

.... 16.0 .... 

. 15.5 . 

... $45.00.... 






Dry < 


... 0.65 ... 

. 8.0 .... 

. ?1 . 

... 58.50... 



... 0.95 ... 

. 4.0 .... 

. 63. 

... 81.00... 






With Correction. 

Water Immersion 

.... 1.25 .... 

. 2.5 ... 

.... 100. 

'... 135.00... 






With Correction. 



.... 1.30 .... 

.... 3.0 ... 

. 83. 

... 180.00.... 

Homogene 

Immersion < 


. 2.0 .... 

... 125. 

. 180.00 .. 



.... 1.40 .... 

. 3.0 ... 

. 83. 

.. 225.00.... 



. 2.0 .... 

.... 125. 

... 225 00.... 

Monobromide of 

X 





Naphthaline 

( 

.... 1.60 .... 

.2.50....I 

.100. 

_360.00_ 

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LIST OF ZEISS’ ACHROMATIC OBJECTIVES. 


Designation. 

Numerical Aper¬ 
ture and Air Angle. 

Equivalent Focal 
Length. 

-Pbice-, 

Without With 

Correction. 

f ... ... ai . 


.40 mm 

..$5.40. 

...5.40. 

...5.40. 

18 00 

.a, . 


.35 mm .. 

.a« . 


.30 mm , 

.a*. 



.aa. 

.0.17. 

.26 mm 

..12.15.. .. 

..10.80. 

..13.50. 

..13.50. 

..16.20. 

..18.90. 

24 30 33 30 

.A. 

.0.20. 



.0.30. 

_ T _. .. 1ft mm 

M .B . 

.0.35. 


.o. 

.0.40. 

.... 7 mm 

.D. 

.0.66. 

T ,.4 3 mm 

. .. DD. 

.0.85. 

.4 3 mm 

.E. 

.0.85. 

. .2.7 mm.... 

..29.70.. . 38.70.. 

..37.80.. ..56.80.. 

.33.75. 

..49.50.. ..58.50.. 

..64.80.. ..73.80.. 

..72.00. 

.135.00. 

. F . 

Water Immersion I> # . 

do H. } 

do J. ) 

Homotz. Immersion ~ . 

.0.85—0.90.... 

.0.75 . 

.1.15-1.20. 

.1.20. 

^.2.4 mm_ 

( .1.8 mm_ 

. 2 0 mm 

A. 

. . .1.30-1.35 .. 



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TABLE OF MAGNIFYING POWER 

of the Zeiss’ Objectives with several Huyghenian 

Eye-pieces, 

and with a body-length of 10O""- 


Eye-pieces: 1 2 3 4 5 


ftl 

7 

10 

15 

20 


ai 

an 

11 

16 

23 

30 


a« 

as 

20 

30 

40 

50 J .... 

as 

a* 

4-8 

7-14 

10-20 

15-30 


a* 

aa 

25 

35 

47 

60 

77 

aa 

A, AA 

37 

50 

70 

90 

115 

A, AA 

B 

60 

85 

115 

145 

185 

B 

C 

105 

145 

200 

265 

325 

C 

D, DD, D* 

175 

240 

325 

420 

540 

D, DD, D* 

E 

280 

1 

390 

535 

680 

865 

E 

F 

415 

585 

790 

1000 

1277 

F 

H 

320 

440 

610 

770 

985 

H 

J 1 

| 430 

585 

810 

1030 

1314 

J 

i 

13 

358 

530 

730 

925 | 

1180 

i 

13 


1 2 3 4 5 


ZEISS' MICROSCOPIC ACCESSORIES. 


— 8800. Camera Lucida, Abbe’s.$13 50 

— 8800a. Ditto, improved, the prism case together with the mirror may be swung back 

round a horizontal pivot.$18 90 

— 8801. Condenser^ Abbe’s, sub-stage, with Iris Diaphragm .$30 00 

— 8802. Nose-piece for 2 objectives.9 00 

— 8803. Ditto, for 3 objectives.$12 15 

— 8804. Polarizing Arrangement, for use with Abbe oondenser, analyzer after Hart- 

nack, with divided circle to the analyzer.$24 30 


— 8805. Stage Screw Micrometer, for the exact measurment of objects too large to 

be included in one visual field. The divisions on drum-head read to; 0,002 
mm. Whole turns of screw are indicated on a dial. The screw measures up to 
10 mm. Arranged to fix on stage of larger stands.$54 00 

— 8806. Stage Micrometer, one millim. divided into 100 parts, on a glass slip. In 

case..$4 50 

8806a. Ditto, ten millim., the last being divided in tenths. $2 75 

— 8807. Eye-Piece Micrometer, 5 millim., divided into 50 parts, with figures. To 

drop into eye-piece. $2 25 


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COMPENSATING EYE-PIECES. 

The setting of the eye-pieces is so arranged that the lower focal point of all 
numbers in each series lies in the some plane when inserted in the body-tube. No altera¬ 
tion of focus is therefore required on changing the eye-piece, and the 44 optical tube-length** 
(i. e. the distance between the upper focal point of the Objective and the lower one of the eye¬ 
piece), which is the standard factor for the magnifying power, remains constant This opti¬ 
cal tube-length in the continental microscopes (excluding small differences between the 
various objectives) is 180 mm., provided that the length of the body, from the screw-collar of 
the objective to the upper end of the tube on which the eye-pieces rest, is 160 mm. 

The eye-pieces of extremely low power designated as Searcher** serve the purpose of 
reducing lo its lowest limits the available magnification with each objective, thereby facilitat¬ 
ing the preliminary examination and the labour of searching for particular points with high 
powers. Thus Ho. 1 of this series enables an otrjective to be employed with its own initial magnify¬ 
ing power , i. e. as if it were used as a simple lens without an eye-piece. They will be found of 
special service with immersion objectives, where great inconvenience is caused by having to 
change a lens already adjusted for another of lower power. 

The working eye-pieces for regular observation beginning with a magnification 
of 4 are likewise of entirely new construction and may be used with advantage even in 
the highest numbers. The eye-point in all lies so high above the eye-lens and the diameter 
of the lens itself is so large, that the usual inconveniences attending the use of eye-pieoes 
of short focus are entirely obviated. 

Owing to the uniform position of the eye-points of the compensating eye-pieces any 
one of these may, without difficulty, be used with the usual drawing prisms, including, in 
particular, the Abbs Camera. Tbe most appropriate for the purpose are naturally the lower 
powers 4 and 6. 

The numeration of these eye-pieces is carried out on the principle suggested 
by Prof. Abbe. The number which denotes how many times an eye-piece, when used with 
a given tube-length, increases the initial magnifying power of the objective, affords the 
proper measure of the eye-piece magnification and, at the same time, furnishes the figures 
for rational numeration. On this basis the series of our compensating eye-pieces is arranged 
according to their magnifying powers, which are respectively 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, 18, and these 
figures likewise serve as their designation. 

The magnification obtained by combining a compensating eye-piece with any apoohro- 
matio objective is arrived at directly by multiplying its number by the initial magnification 
of the objective as given in the preceding table. An objective of 3.0 mm focus for example 
yields in itself a magnification of 83.3 < calculated for a conventional distance of vision of 
260 mm); eye-piece 12 therefore gives with this objective 12 X 83.3 == 1000. 

fin order for eye-pieces to be used on stands which are not of our make should he 
accompanied by an exact Impression of the edge of the tube In sealing-wax or some ether 
exact gauge of the Internal diameter of the tube; the best gauge, will. In all cases, be the 
tube Itself. 


lis t of Compensating Eye-pieces, for the continental tube. 

Searcher Eye-pieces, Working Eye-pieces. 


IJye-piece Number. 1 2 

Equivalent focal length in mm... 180 90 

Price. $9.00 9.00 


4 

45 

9.00 


6 

30 

9.00 


8 

22.6 

13.50 


12 

15 

13.50 


18 

10 

1125 


Table of Magnifications of the Apochromatic Objectives with the 
Compensating Eye-pieces. 

For an image distance of 2SO mm. 


Focus of 

Searcher Eye-pieces. 

Working Eye pieces. 

tne 








Objective. 

1 

2 

4 

6 

8 

12 

18 

16.0_ 

...15 5 

31... 

.. 62. 

_94. . 

...125. .. 

..187_ 

..281. 

8.0_ 

_31_ 

... 62 .. 

. .125_ 

...187_ 

...250_ 

.375.... 

.562. 

4.0_ 

_62_ 

..125.. . 

...250_ 

...372_1 

...500 ... 

...750_ 

.1125. 

3.0 ... 

_83_ 

...167_ 

...333_ 

...498_ 

...667_ 

..1000_ 

..1500. 

2.5.... 

...100.... 

...200_ 

...400_ 

...600_ 

...800_ 

.1200... 

.1800. 

2.0.... 

...125_ 

...250_ 

...500_ 

...750_ 

..moo. . . . 

..1500... 

.2250. 

1.5_ 

...167_ 

.333_ 

...667_ 

1000. .. 

.1334_ 

.2000.... 

..3000. 



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These are need for projecting the image formed by the objective on a screen for 
■demonstrating purposes or upon a photographic plate. They consist of a convex lens and 
a compound system, which is most carefully corrected both spherically and chromatically 
after the principle of apochromatic lenses, and is entirely free from secondary chromatic 
aberration and from difference of focus between the visual and chemical rays. A diaphragm is 
placed between the lenses for limiting the field, and the compound lens can be made to 
approach or recede from this diaphragm. The cap of the projection eye-piece forms a 
diaphragm by which internal reflexion in the body-tube is entirely obviated. The aper¬ 
ture of this diaphragm is made to correspond with the greatest aperture of the apoohro- 
matic lenses. 


The projection eye-pieces are specially corrected for our apochromatic lenses on the 
principle of the compensating series, but may , nevertheless, be advantageously employed with, 
ordinary achromatic lenses of large aperture. 

The designation °f these eye-pieces corresponds, as in the case of the other 
compensating eye-pieces, to those amplifications which they would yield (magnifications 
being measured after the same principle a h for the other compensating eye-pieoes) if used 
for ocular observation. 


The magnifications are 2 and 4 for the 160 mm. tube. 


We do not construct projection oculars yielding higher amplifications beyond those 
indicated as these would not possess any practical advantage over the ordinary compensat¬ 
ing eye-pieces, which can be used when higher amplifications are required. 


The magnification for any distance of image from the eye-piece is obtained, by 
■dividing this distance, expressed in millimeters, by the focal length of the objective in 
use and multiplying the result by the number of the projection eye-piece employed. Thus 
the objective of 3 mm. gives with the projection eye-piece 2 an image magnified 1000 times 
at a distance of 150 cm., for 


1500 x2 


1000. 


This rule holds good, strictly speaking, for long distances only ; for short distances the 
figure so obtained is in excess of the true value. 

The image distance may be reduced in the case of 2 to about 400 mm. and 
with 4 to about 250 mm. (reckoning from the eye-piece) ; it may, however, be increased 
to any desired length. 

Price of the Projection Eye-pieces: 18 Dollars each. 


HUYGHENIAN EYE-PIECES. 


We supply these for use with the ordinary achromatic objectives. Their focal lengths 
and magnifications are shown in the following table. 


Eye-piece No.1.2.3.4.5- 

Focus in mm.50.40 . 30.25.20.... 

(Eye-piece) magnification.3.4.6.5.7.9- 

Price. $3.15 each. 


The magnification is computed by the same rule as in the compensating series, the 
varying position of their lower focal planes being, however, taken into consideration. 

With regard to the selection of eye-pieces for a mioroscope we would remark, that 
all our achromatic objectives are capable of still giving effective magnifications for regular 
observation with Ocular 4, good illumination being understood in the case of the highest 
powers. 

We no longer supply the “ orthoscopic" eye-pieces of former catalogues, as they are 
greatly inferior to the compensating and projecting oculars. 


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— % 8808. Microtome, improv’d 
system, Schan ze-Weigert. Ob¬ 
jects may be cut in any posi¬ 
tion. Compl’te with 2 clamps, 
paraffine table and freezing 
apparatus. Length of razor 
course, 17 cm., snap arrange¬ 
ment, without knife, in 
case.$5400 

— 9809. Ditto 9 ditto, length of razor 

course, 20 cm., com... $59 50 

— 8810. Ditto, ditto, length of razor 

course, 30 cm., com_$89 00 

— 8810a. Knives for above, in 

case, from $5.75 to $13.00, 
according to size. 

8811. Microtome, Stu¬ 
dents 9 , length of razor course, 
3J inches.$15 00 

8811a. Knife for above, in 
cherry case.$3 00 

O* 8812. Microtome, gTeat 
improvement over old form 
“section cutters”.$10 00 


8812 


8808 



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O* 8813. Professional Photo-Micro Camera, with tapering bellows and one section 
with ground glass, posterior rectangular tube, one frame section, complete ad¬ 
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8813a. One additional section Bellows and Frame, extra.$15 00 

8813b. Anterior Rectangular Tube with Nose-piece, extra. $i$ 00 

8813c. Mechanical Stage, with grooved pulleys, for cords in place of piain stage, 

extra. Price.$2000 

8814. Plane and Concave Mirrors with Attachments, extra .... _ $4 00 

—% 8815. Small Photo-Micro Camera, Zeiss 9 . Adjustable Bellows, 2 feet long, 
brass levelling support for microscope; all finely mounted.$35 00 

We supply everything used In eennectlen with the Hlcrescope. 


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8816 

—^ 8816. Mills, made especially for general laboratory 
use. Adopted by all agricultural experiment 
stations. Size “C,” plates 160mm diam.$76 80 


Extra plates, per pair.$6 00 

— 8817. Ditto, size “B”.$61 20 

Extra plates, per pair .$5 00 

—^ 8818. Mills, ditto, small, mounted on iron box, with 

drawer Plates 80 mm diam.$25 00 

Extra plates, per pair .$4 00 

^8819. Nitrogen Bulbs, Trollius, each .60c 



8818 



8815 


8819a. Paper for absorbing Milk, according to M. A. Adams, absolutely free 
irom fat, as manufactured by Messrs. Scnleicher & Schull, and recommended 
by Prof. Soxhlet In strips 6.5x56. ctm., 50 in a package, called No. 571. 

I*rice per package .... ..$1 76 

The Aaams Method is the only official in England and has been adopted also 
in this country by all Agricultural Stations. Each strip provided with trade mark. 
8820. Parchment Paper Tubing, for dialytio experiments, 40 mm diameter. 
Bundles, 110 yards, per bundle. $4 00 


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PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS. 


O* 8822. Novelette Camera, 8x10, with single swing, extra length , for oopying, enlarg¬ 
ing, etc. 

The bed is oomposed of three sections. By removing the rear section a regular 
8x10 Novelette Camera is obtained. The extra section is held firmly in position 
by two dowel pins and oar hook clamps, and can be removed in less than three 
seconds. A movable support is placed under the bellows to hold it in position 
and prevent sagging. All is packed in an ordinary carrying case. 

Length of focus.32} inches | Total weight.7 pounds 

Price, including one of our new style double Novelette Holders and Case.. .$40 00 



8822 


LANDSCAPE CAMERA. 

8823. This Camera is made 
of highly polished mahogany, 
and the metal work has the 
draw file finish, the same as 
that used on the finest mathe¬ 
matical instruments. 

It is provided with rising front 
and single swing and is adap¬ 
ted to front focus, having the 
double rack and pinion move¬ 
ment. 

The ground glass is fitted with 
the patent spring actuated 
movement which ke^ps it al¬ 
ways attached to the camera 
without being in the way of 
the operator. The camera may 
be used for making pictures 
either vertically or horizon¬ 
tally by means of a plate on the side. The price includes camera, one Eclipse double 
dry plate holder and canvas carrying case. 


Size of View, 

4X5 

4*X6} 

6X7 

5X8 

6}X8} 

8X10 

Price, 

$10 50 

11 00 

12 00 

13 50 

16 00 

22 60 

Extra d’bl Zephyr Holders, 

$1 20 

1 25 

1 25 

1 35 

160 

1 85 each. 

Extra d’bl Eclipse Holders, 

$2 00 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

3 30 

4 30 each. 


O 8823a. Landscape Camera, complete equipment, includes beside the camera, 
a patent Eclipse double dry plate holder, fine single achromatic lens, Triplex 
Tripod and canvas carrying-case, which contains all the above-named articles 
except the tripod legs. 


Size of View, 

4X5 

4}X6} 

5X7 

5X8 

6}X8} 

8X10 

Price. 

$16 00 

17 00 

18 00 

20 00 

24 00 

31 50 

Extra Zephyr d’bl Plate Holders, 

$1 20 

1 25 

1 25 

1 35 

1 60 

1 85 each. 

Extra Eclipse d’bl Plate Holders, 

$2 00 

2 20 

2 20 

2 20 

3 30 

4 30 each. 


Photographic Supplies of every description. 



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8824. Patent Antiplanetic Group Lens, made by C. A. Steinlieil Soehne, 
Munich. New in principle and construction, consisting of two non-sym- 
metrical cemented pairs, placed closely together. It is rectilinear and is remark¬ 
able for its powerful and even illumination and sharpness. In rapidity it is only 
ezoelled by the regular and expensive portrait combinations. 


Recent Improvements in the mounting of the lenses of this Beries make them still 
more 00 mpact than formerly and allow the front hood of lens to screw off uncov¬ 
ering a sorew thread which can be very conveniently used for adjusting lens to 
detective cameras, shutters, prisms or other applianoes. 


Designed for Portraits, firnp. Architecture, Landscape, Instantaneens Werfc 
and Enlargements. Unexcelled for Flashlight Pertralts and Creeps. 


No. 0 

Aperture, j 

Focal length, 1* 

Size of Portrait or Group, l|Xl | 

Size of View or Landscape, 2x2 

Price, $18 00 

No. 3 

Aperture, 1 5-16 

Focal length, 7} 

Size of Portrait Group, 5AX4* 

Size of View or Landscape, ?X5 
Price, $37 00 


1 

lb 

2 

2b 

11-16 

13-16 

1 

13-16 in. 

3 1 

** 

5$ 

6* in. 

31X3* 

41X31 

*1X3* 

5X4 in. 

41X3* 

2100 

» 

5X4 

28 00 

5JX4| in. 
33 00 

4 

5 

6 

7 

1 11-16 

1* 

2* 

3 1-16 in. 

n 

10* 

14* 

17| in. 

7X5 

8AX6J 

10x8 

12X10 in. 

8JX6J 

10X8 

12x10 

15X12 in. 

48 00 

60 00 

96 00 

140 00 



8825 


—*8825. Photometers, Weber’s, folding. Basalts more accurate than with any 
other instrument. Preferred to Bunsen’s. 

Packed complete, in case, 22xl0*x6 in..$160 00 

Any and all Supplies for Physical Laboratories from stock, of 
our own make and importation, or imported to order at manu¬ 
facturers’ prices, . 


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PIP ETTE S. 

Vfc 8826. Pipettes, Automatic, with three-way stop-cock. 

Capacity, 10 25 50 100 CC. 

Each, $2 00 2 25 2 50 2 75 

8827. Pipette, Crampton’s Sucrose and Glucose. .$2 00 

8828. PipetteB, Sugar, Dr. Wiechmann’s, 10 CC., complete, fitted.$1 50 ~ 

8829. Plates, Porous, Bisque, 10 inch diameter, for drying crystals, etc., 

each.30c 

8830. Plates after Hirsch, porcelain, perforated, edges bevelled, to fit funnels. ^ ^ mrm ^ 

Diameter, 1 11 2 inches. £ 

.20 .30 .40 each. F « 


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PL ATIN UM. 

8831. Platiuum Dishes, for iron analysis. These dishes have flat bottoms, straight 
sides, and are wired at the top, with the wire fused into the dish under the lip. 
No. 1, diameter, 90 mm.; depth, 50 mm.; weight, about 80 grammes. 
No. 2, “ 100 “ “ 55 «• “ “ 100 

No. 3, “ 110 “ “ 58 “ “ •• 125 “ 

Per gramme.55o 

^ 8832. Large Platinum Stills for Acid Worts Special prices and descriptions on 

application. 

8833. Platiuum Crucible, tubulated, according to Dr. Gooch, as used in iron 
analysis for the determination of combined water and carbon in carbonaceous 

matter, per gramme. .55o 

Platinum In any form, pure, or alloyed with any percentage of Iridium, 


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POLARISOOPES. 


lev, Sehaklt k Hacuch Half-Shade Instrument, with duble quarts ceapciu- 
tin. These Pelariscopci are kcoainf standard thruftmt ths world. 

—^ 8834. Polariscope, 200 mm Tnbe. $260 OO 

— 8836. Ditto. 400 mm Tube.$276 00 

— 8836. Ditto. 600 mm Tube..$300 00 

— 8837. Polariscope, new, Landolt’s, Schmidt k Haensch’a make. With two 400 

mm Tribes, either of which may be brought into field of vision by a simple 
lever movement.$600 00 

This is believed to be the most practical and complete instru¬ 
ment ever made. 

Nora.—The first new Landolt Polariscope imported by us is used by Dr. Wiley, 
U. S. Dept Agriculture, Washington. 

Polariscope, for Sugar House, special, with unimportant parts, (standard, 
etc.) of iron, in place of hand finished brass. 

— 8838. Polariscope, half shade, 200 mm Tube.$150 00 

— 8839. Polariscope, Regular Color Instrument 200 mm Tube. $15000 



8840 


POLARISCOPE ACCESSORIES. 

Control Tubes for Polariscope, an absolute medium for testing correctness 
of polariscope scale at any part 

—8840. Control Tube for Half-Shade Instruments, for 200 mm Tube Instru¬ 
ment .$27 00 

— 8841. Ditto, for 400 mm tube instrument.$28 60 

— 8842. Ditto, for 600 mm tube instrument.$30 00 

— 8843. Conversion and Observation Tube, after Prof Landoldt, with jacket for 

water circulation. 1U0 mm tube.$7 50 

— 8844. Ditto, 20 # » mm tube.$800 

— 8846. Ditto, 400 mm tube. . .$9 60 

— Thermometer of Jena normal glass, for same. $2 50 


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O* 8846. Press, New, Hydraulic, 
Maximum power, 300 atmospheres, 
with cylinders 4 j X 18 and 7} X 20 
inches, and Manometer. 

Complete.$250 00 

Prisms of Quartz, Rock Salt, Mrhob, 
etc., of any description, furnished 
to order, at low figures. 

0-)fc 8847. Pump, arranged for use with 
Vacuum Apparatus Vo. 8611 and for 
general purposes. Cylinder, 2| in. 
diameter, stroke, 5| in.; 1300 litres 
water per hour, at 35 revolutions 

per minute.$100 00 

^ 8848. Retorts, of Iron, Cylin¬ 
drical, new form, for gradually 
generating oxygen, 3}x22 iu. .$4 00 
8849. Folding Support for above.. .$1 00 

Soapstone or Slate for Laboratory 
Tables, any size. 


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SPATULAS. 


— 8850. Spatulas, solid steel, nickel-plated, balanced handles. 

Size of blade, 3456789 10 12 inches. 

Each, .40 .45 .50 .55 .60 . 70 .85 $1 25 2 00 

8851. Spatulas, of pnre solid nickel, doable end. Length, 4} 6 7 81 inches. 

.30 .50 . 60 .80 


^ 8852. Spatulas, porcelain, with spoon at one 
end. Length, 6 8 inches. 

.35 .45 each. 


8853. Specific Gravity Tubes, or Picnome- 

ters; Sprengel’s, with Thermometer and 
Suction Tube.$5 00 

8854. Ditto, plain, U shape....$1 50 

8855. Spoons, pure solid nickel, double spoon. 

Length, 44 6 7 84 inches. 

.45 .60 .65 .90 each. 

8856. Ditto, ditto, Spatula Handle. 

Length, 4} 6 7 8} inches 

.45 . 60 .65 .90 each. 

8857. Sodium Spoons, of brass gauze, with 

hinged cover. 50c 

— 3^8858. Steam Boilers, steel, carefully made and 

tested, 12 gallons capacity.$60 00 

Designed for Laboratory use. 


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8852 




8858 



8860 


STERILIZERS. 


O 8859. Sterilizer, for family use, complete with Special Bottles, Stoppers, Cleaning 

Brushes, etc., each . .. $5 00 

—^ 8860. Sterilizer, for family use, holding nine nursing bottles. No bottles furnished. 

Each.$2 50 All copper.$7 00 

— Ditto, for use in Biological Laboratories, 10JX93 in., all copper.$8 00 

— Ditto, ditto, 12A X111 in. ... .$10 00 

— Ditto, Siebert’s," graded infant feeder.$1 25 


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SUPPORTS. 


3£886L Supports, for 2 burettes.$3 60 

8862. Ditto, for 3 burettes .$400 

^ 8863. Supports for Absorption Tubes.$400 

$ 8864. Supports, for 6 burettes..$7 60 

8866. Ditto, for 4 burettes.$6 00 



. 8861 8863 8864 


. 8861 8863 8864 

— 8866a. Surface Evaporator, according to Siemens. 

a —Small, for 5 in. Evaporating Dish.$45 00 

b— Large, for 10* in. “ “ .55 00 


8865b. Syphon Extractor, modification of Soxhlet’s, for Milk Analysis, according to 
Knorr. As used by Prof. Wiley in the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash¬ 
ington. Complete with # condenser and flask. 

Small, $2.00 Medium, $2.75 Large, $4.00 

8865c. Test Paper as litmus, blue, red, neutral and tumeric, in small books, 
each, 5 cts. Dozen...50 cts. 

WATER BATHS. 


8866. Waterbath, round, of copper, for steam. Mounted on steam-valve. 

Diameter, 6 inches, 8 inches, 10 inches. 

Price, $2.60 $3 50 $8.00 

8866a. Water Baths, for use with (fat) extraction apparatus, Muencke’s. Bath of 
copper, with constant water level and 6 sets of rings, .(see cut on p. 314). .$15 00 
8866b. Six-arm holder and adjustable burners for above.$15 00 


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O 8867. Waterblast, in connection with Gasolene Gas Generator, furnishing sufficient 

gas for 5 Bunsen burners. Complete, with rubber connection.$15.00 

O 8867a. Ditto, ditto, larger size, for 10 Bunsen burners. Complete, as above..27 OO 


8866a 


Dynamos, not mounted, any size and make. 

O 8868. Dynamo Electrical Machines, for Lecture Table use. 

Capaoity, 1,4 amperes, 40 volts .$8600 

O 8868a. Ditto, ditto. Capacity, 2,8 amperes, 40 volts.$50 00 

03& 8869. Ditto, ditto, larger. If wound with medium size wire (making machine suitable 
for Lecture room work) 10 amperes, 9 volts.$110 00 


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8870 

O* 8870. Dynamo Electrical Machines, for Physical Laboratories* Famished 


wound as indicated in table below. Price.$217 60 

Large wire. Medium. Fine. 

Internal Resistance, 0,03 0,50 9,00 

Current strength. Amperes, 30.0 40.0 50.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 

E. m. fl Volts. 5.0 4.0 3.0 15.0 12 0 7.5 75.0 60.0 40.0 

Volt-amperes. “Watts,” 150 ICO 150 150 180 150 150 180 100 


Dynamos, not mounted, same sizes and prices as given below 

for motors. 


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0^ 8871. Electric Motors. 


Type, 

A. 0. 

A. 1. 

A. 2. 

B. 0. 

B. 1. 

B. 2. 

C. 1. 

C. 2. 

H. P. Sew’gmach. size. 

i 

1 

i 

i 

i 

1 

2 

Price, 

$20. 

*$36. 

$56 

$90 

$130 

$145 

$160 

$250 

Approx, speed. Variable at will. 

f3000 

2300 

2000 

2000 

2000 

1500 

15C0 

Dia. of pulley, 

1 

n 

1 i 

2 

2* 

2* 

4 

4 in. 

Width of Belt, 

3-16 

3-16 

3-16 

1 

1* 

li 

2 

2J round. 

Weight, 

13 

16 

25 

50 

70 

90 

155 

200 

Circuits, 

4tol0 12toll0 

20toll0 

25toll0 

25toll0 

25toll0 

60to220 

60to222 volts 

Capacity of 
dynamos in Watts. 

50 

100 

150 

200 

400 

600 

800 

1600 



8871 


We supply everything in line of Electrical Supplies, Foreign and 
Domestic, at Manufacturers’ Prices. 


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WORKS ON CHEMISTRY. 


BREWING, DISTILLING AND WINE MAKING. 


BASSET, N. Guide Theorique at Pra¬ 
tique du Fabricant d’AIcools et du 
Distillateur. 3 vols, 8vo, paper. Paris, 

1868-73 . 

BLACK, W. A Practical Treatise on 
Brewing. 5th edition. 8vo, cloth. 

London, 1875. 

BRANT, W. T. Practical Treatise on 
Raw Materials and the Distillation 
and Rectification of Alcohols. 12mo, 

cloth. Phila., 1886 . 

FAULKNER, F. Theory and Practice 
of Modem Brewing. 8yo, cloth. 

London, 1884. 

PASTEUR, M. Etudes sur la Vinaigre, 
sa Fabrication, ses Maladies, moyens 
de les preYenir. 8vo. Paris...... 

PASTEUR, L. Studies on Fermenta¬ 
tion. The Diseases of Beer. Their 
causes and the means of pre Yen ting 


$ 9 00 

4 25 

2 50 

8 40 

1 60 


them. Translated by F. Faulkner. 
8yo, cL, ilL and plates. London, 1879 
SCAMELL, Geo. Breweries and Malt- 
ings; their Arrangement, Construc¬ 
tion, Machinery, and Plant. 2d ed¬ 
ition, revised, enlarged and partly 
re-written by Fred. Colyer. 8vo, cL, 

ill. London, 1880. 

TAYLOR, D. The Gauger’s Manual; 
containing calculations of spirits 
above ana below proof, as shown "by 
the U. S. Standard Hydrometer. 

8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1868. 

WARE, L. S. The Sugar Beet In¬ 
cluding a History of the Beet Sugar 
Industry in Europe, etc , etc. 8vo, 

cloth. Philadelphia, 1880 . 

WRAY, L. The Practical Sugar Plan¬ 
ter. A Complete Account of the Cul¬ 
tivation and Manufacture of the Sugar 
Cane. 8vo, cloth, ill. London, 1848 


6 00 

6 00 

1 00 

4 00 

£25 


CHEMISTRY, PHYSICS AND PHILOSOPHY, 


ALLEN, Alfred H., F. C. S. An Intro¬ 
duction to the Practice of Commercial 
Organic Analysis. VoL 1, Cvanogen 
Compounds, Alcohols, and their De¬ 
rivatives, Phenols, Acids, etc. 8vo, 

cloth. London, 1885. 

-YoL 2. Fixed Oils and FatB, 

Hydrocarbons, Phenols. 8vo, doth. 

London, 1887... 

APJOHN, Jas. Manual of the Metal¬ 
loids. 12mo, cloth. London, 1864.. 3 00 

ARMSTRONG, H. E. Introduction to 
to the Study of Organic Chemistry, 
the Chemistry of Carbon and its Com¬ 
pounds. 12mo, cL London, 1874.. 1 25 

ATTFIELD, John. Chemistry; Gen¬ 
eral Medical and Pharmaceutical; 
Including the Chemistry of the U. S. 
Pharmacopoeia. 10th edition, revised 
by the author. 12mo, cL Phila., 1883 2 75 
AVELING, E. B. Natural Philosophy 
for London University Matriculation, 
dealing with all the required subjects, 
and containing over 150 examples, 
worked out in full. 12mo, cloth. 

London, 1881. 1 60 

BARFF, F. S. An Introduction to Sci¬ 
entific Chemistry, designed for the 
use of Schools. 12mo, cloth. Lon¬ 
don, 1869 . 2 00 

BARKER, Geo. F. A Text-Book of 
Elementary Chemistry, Theoretical 
and Inorganic. 12mo, cl. Louisville 1 75 


BARRESWIL et DAVAUNE. Chimie 
Photographique, con ten ant les Ele¬ 
ments d6 Chimie expliqu^s par des 
Exemples exnpruntes a la Photo- 
graphie, etc. 3d edition. 8vo, paper 3 50 
BASSET, N. Guide Pratique du Fab¬ 
ricant de Sucre. 3 vols. 8vo, paper. 


Paris, 1873-75. 10 50 

BAYLEY, Thos. A Pocket-book for 
Chemists, Chemical Manufacturers, 
Metallurgists, Dyers, Distillers, Brew¬ 
ers, etc., etc. 32mo, oblong. Lon¬ 
don, 1881. 2 00 

BEALE, L. S. How to Work with the 
Microscope. 5th edition. 8vo, cl. 

London, 1880 . 7 50 

BEELSTEIN, F. An Introduction to 
Qualitative Chemical Analysis. Trans¬ 
lated by L J. Osbun. 12mo, cloth. 

N. Y., 1876. 75 

BENEDICKT, R. The Chemistry of 
the Coal Tar Colors. Translated and 
edited by E. Knecht 12mo, cloth. 

London, 1886. 1 75 

BENJAMIN, M. Sugar Analysis. A 
Description of the Methods used in 
Estimating the Constituents. 8vo, 

paper. N. Y., 1880 . 25 

BERNAYS, A. J. Notes for Students 
in Chemistry. Being a Syllabus of 
Chemistry. Sixtb Edition. 16mo, 
cloth. Phila., 1878. 1 25 


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BEBTHELOT, M. Tnritd Elementaire 
de Chimi6 Organique. 8vo, paper. 

Paris, 1872. 4 60 

-P. E. Explosive Materials. A 

series of Lectures delivered before the 
College of France, Paris, to which is 
added a Short Historical Sketch of 
Gunpowder from the German of Karl 
Braun, and a Bibliography of Works 
on Explosives. (Van Nostrand’s Sci¬ 
ence Series, No. 70). 16mo, boards. 

N. Y., 1883 . 60 

BLOXHAM, C. L. Chemistry, Inor¬ 
ganic and Organic, with Experiments, 
and a Comparison of Equivalent and 
Molecular Formulae. 8vo, cL 6th 

edition. London, 1888 . 4 50 

-Laboratory Teaching, or Pro¬ 
gressive Exercises in Practical Chem¬ 
istry. 12mo, cloth. London, 1869.. 2 76 

BLYTH, A. W. A Manual of Practical 
Analysis of Food and the Detection of 
Poisons. 12mo, cloth. London, 1879. 3 50 

-A Dictionary of Hygiene and 

Publio Health, including Sanitary 
Chemistry, eto. 8vo, cloth. London, 

1876. 10 00 

—— Foods. Their Composition and 
Analysis, with an Essay on the His¬ 
tory of Adulterations. With numer¬ 
ous tables and ill. 8vo, cL London, 

1882.. 6 00 

-Poisons. Their Effects and De¬ 
tection. A Manual for the Use of An¬ 
alytical Chemists and Experts. With 
an introductory essay on the growth 
of Modern Toxicology. With tables 
and ills. 8vo, cloth. London. 1884.. 6 00 

BOOTH, J. C. and MORFIT, C. En¬ 
cyclopedia of Chemistry, Theoretical 
and Practical. 7th edition, 8vo, ill 

Phila., 1872. 5 00 

BOWMAN. J. E. An Introduction in 
Practical Chemistry, including Anal¬ 
ysis. Edited by Chas. L. Bloxham. 

12mo, cl. 8th edition. London, 1886 2 00 
BRANT, W. T., WAHL, W. H. The 
Techo-Chemic&l Receipt Book. Con¬ 
taining several thousand Receipts, 
covering the latest, most important, 
and most useful discoveries in Chem¬ 
ical Technology, and their Practical 
Application in the Arts and the In¬ 
dustries. Edited chiefly from the 
German of Drs. Winckler, Eisner, 
Heintze, Mierzinski, Jacobson, Koller, 
and Heinzerling. Illustrated. 12mo, 

cloth. Philadelphia, 1886. 2 00 

CAIRNS, Fred. A., A.M. A Manual of 
Quantitative Chemical Analysis for 
the use of Students. 8vo, cL N. Y., 

1880.. 2 00 

CALDWELL, A. Q. A and BRENE- 
MAN, S. B. Manual of Introductory 
Chemical Practice, for the use of Stu¬ 
dents. 3d edition, revised and cor¬ 
rected. 8vo, cloth. N. Y., 1883. 1 60 


CAMPBELL, D. A Practical Text-Book 
of Inorganio Chemistry, with Qualita¬ 
tive and Quantitative Analysis. 12mo, 

cloth. London, 1849 . 76 

CAPRON.J. R. Photographed Spectra. 

One hundred and twenty-six Photo¬ 
graphs of Metallic, Gaseous, and 
other Spectra, with description of 
Plates, Index, etc. 8vo, cloth. Lon¬ 
don, 1877. 12 00 

CARNELLEY, Thos. Physico-Chemi¬ 
cal Constants. Melting and Boiling 
Point Tables. 2 Vols. 4to, cloth. 

London, 1885 . 33 60 

CARPENTER, W. B. The Microscope 
and its Revelations. 7th edition. Ill, 

12mo, cloth. London, 1891. 6 60 

CHRISTIAN, R. S. A Technical Trea¬ 
tise on Soap and Candles. With a 
glance at the Industry of Fats and 

Oils. 8vo, cL Phils , 1881. 

CHURCH, A. H. The Laboratory 
Guide; ft Manual of Practical Chem¬ 
istry for Colleges and Schools, speci¬ 


ally arranged lor Agricultural Stu¬ 
dents. 12mo, cL London, 1674_ 2 60 

CLARKE, L. L. Objects for the Mi¬ 
croscope. 2d edition. Revised and 

enlarged. 12mo, cloth. 1 40 

CLASSEN, Alex. Elementary Quanti¬ 
tative Analysis; Translated with Ad¬ 
ditions by Edgar F. Smith, A.M. 

Ill., 12mo, cloth. Phila., 1878 . 2 00 

CLAUSIUS, R. The Mechanical The¬ 
ory of Heat Translated by Walter 
R. Browne, M.A. 12mo, cL Lon¬ 
don, 1879. 2 60 

COOKE, J. P., Jr. Chemical Problems 
and Reactions. 12mo, cl. Phila., 1866 1 00 
-Principles of Chemical Philoso¬ 
phy. Revised edition. 8vo, cloth. 

Boston, 1881. 3 60 

COOKE. The New Chemistry. (Inter¬ 
national Scientific Series.) 12mo, cL 
N. Y., 1874. 2 00 


-Elements of Chemical Physics. 

Fourth edition. 8vo, cL Boston, 1886 4 60 
CORNWALL, H. B. Manual of Blow¬ 
pipe Analysis, Qualitative and Quan¬ 
titative, with a Complete System of 
Determinative Mineralogy. With 69 


woodcuts and one lithographic plate. 

8vo, cloth. New York, 1882 . 2 60 

CONINGTON, F. T. Hand-Book of 
Chemical Analysis. 12mo, cl. Lon¬ 
don, 1856 . 3 00 

-Tables for Qualitative Analysis. 

12mo, cloth. London, 1864. 1 00 

CROOKES, Prof. Wm. Radiant Mat¬ 
ter. A Resume of the Principal 
Lectures and Papers on the " Fourth 
8tate of Matter.” 8vo, paper, ill 

Phila., 1881 . 60 

-Select Methods in Chemical An¬ 
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ARNOLD, Dr. R*—Ammonia and Am¬ 
monium Compounds. Comprising 
their manufacture from gas-liquor 
and from spent-oxide, etc. Trans¬ 
lated from the German by H. G. Col- 
man. Illustrated. 12mo, el. Lon¬ 


don, 1889 . 2 00 

DIRECTORY and List of Products of 
the Chemical Industries of the Ger¬ 
man Empire. Edited by Otto Wen¬ 
zel. 8vo, cloth. London, 1888. 10 00 


FISCHER, E —Exercises in the Prep¬ 
aration of Organic Compounds. Trans¬ 
lated from the Second German Ed¬ 
ition, by Archibald Kling. With a 
Preface by W. Dittmar, 12mo, cloth. 
London, 1889. 1 00 

LOCK, Chas. G. W. and E. R. and J. 

A. R. NEWLANDS. Sugar. A Hand¬ 
book for Planters and Refiners. Being 
a comprehensive treatise on the cul¬ 
ture of Sugar-yielding Plants, and on 
the manufacture, refining, and anal¬ 
ysis of Cane, Palm, Maple, Melon, 

Beet, Sorghum, Milk, and Starch 
Sugars. With copious statistics of 


ARTS, ETC. 


their production and commerce, and 
a chapter on the Distillation of Rum. 

200 illustrations and many plates. 

8vo, doth. London, 1888. 10 00 

UETZE, F. — Modem Heliographio 
Processes. A Manual of Instruction 
in the Art of Reproducing Drawings, 
Manuscripts, eto, by the Action of 
Light; for the use of Engineers, Ar¬ 
chitects, Draughtsmen, Artists and 
Scientists. With 82 illustrations, and 
10 Specimen Heliograms. Royal 8vo, 
cloth. New York, 1888. 3 00 

MAERCKER, Dr. Max.—Traits de la 
fabrication de 1’alcooL Traduit de 
la 4e Edition allemande par E. Bosker 
et Ch. Wamery. VoL L 8vo (Lille). 

To be completed in 2 vols. Price of 
work, complete.... 8 75 

MOONEY, Wm —The American Gas 
Engineer's and Superintendent’s 
Hand-book, consisting of Rules, Ref¬ 
erence Tables and original matter 
pertaining to the manufacture, man¬ 
ipulation and distribution of Ulumin- 
ating Gas. 12mo, mor. N. Y., 1888.. 3 00 

PULSIFER, W. H.—Notes for a History 
of Lead, and an Inquiry into the De¬ 
velopment of the Manufacture of 


White Lead and Lead Oxides. 8vo, 
cloth. N. Y., 1888. 4 00 

REID, W. M.—The Culture and Manu¬ 
facture of Indigo. 12mo, cl. Cal¬ 
cutta, 1888. 3 00 


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PAG* 

Absorptiometer.. 1 

Absorption Apparatus.. 1, 17, 27, 82 

Abel's Oil-Tester. 183 

Absorption Tubes. 1 

Ace to meters. 1 

Acid Bottles. 1 

“ Brushes. 1 

44 Dishes. 1 

44 Jars.110, 111 

“ Measures. 2, 156 

44 Pitchers. 2 

44 Pots.. 2 

44 Pumps. 2, 3 

14 Vessels. 3 

Aoidimeter. 2 

Acoustics.263, 268 

Adapters. 3 

Adhesion Discs. 262 

Adjusting Table. 270 

Aeolipiles. % 

Air Baths.•• 296 

44 Pumps, various.4-9, 270 

44 Testers. 9, 41 

44 Thermometer Tubes. 9 

Albumenometer. 34 

Alcoholometers. 9, 158 

Alkalimeters. 

Alembics. 9 

Allihn’s Apparatus. 100 

Alkaloids, collection of. 96 

Amalgamator. JO 

Anotomical Jars. 10, 11 

Anemometers.. 11 

Aneroid Barometers, see Barometers. 

Annealing Cuds. J J 

Anthraoen Bath. 11 

Anvils. JJ 

Apparatus, different,. 12-41 

44 for Acoustics_263, 264, 267, 268 

• 4 44 Ammonia Condens.... 22 

** 44 Arsenic Detection. 12 

*• 44 Assay. 266 

44 44 Analysis. .. 248, 250 

44 44 Blow-pipe analysis.... 12, 251 

44 44 Bone-Black. 14 

44 Allen'8. 270 

44 Bacterioscopical. 274 

44 Electrical. 314-316 

44 Electrolytic. 286 

44 Extraction. 286 

44 E. A A.'sfor Hydro Sulph. 271 

44 Finkner’s . 271 

44 Glaser's.. 271 

44 Kipp’s, improved. 271 

44 Kjeldahl’s. 291 

44 for Nitrogen Determination 291 

44 Photographic. 307 

• 4 Polarizing. 290 

4 4 Babe’s, for stirring. 272 

44 BeinkeA Zeiss'. 271 

44 Short’s, for Milk... 271 

44 Steenbuoh’s. 271 

44 for Vacuum. 273 

44 44 weighing on tared filters 273 

44 Bunsen 8..17, 23, 30, 32 

44 Bunte’s... ... 32 


p ±am 

Apparatus for moisture determination 13 

44 “ Carbon determination. 13, 34 

44 44 Carbonic Acid Deter¬ 
mination.10, 13-15,194 

11 44 44 41 Classen. 24 

1 4 44 Carbonic Aoid Gener¬ 
ation . 14, 27 

44 44 Carbonic Aoid Water.. 15 

14 4 * Centre of Gravity. 266 

41 44 Chlorine Gas Generator 16 

44 44 44 Determinat’n. 17 

44 14 44 Water. 16 

1 4 44 44 Absorption... 17 

44 44 Chlorimetrio Carbon 

Tests. 90 

44 41 De-and Recomposition 

of Water, etc., Hof¬ 
mann's. . 18-21 

44 14 Decomp, of Nitric Acid 20 

“ 14 Diffusion. 113 

44 44 Displacement of Gases 

in water... 16 

44 44 Dynamite analysis_ 22 

44 14 Distilling Water. .23, 24, 99-101 

44 44 Electricity.263, 266-268 

44 44 Electroplating.37, 102 

44 Elliot's, for Gas analysis.. 28 

“ for Etohing. 17 

44 4 4 Exhausting and Com¬ 
pressing Air.. 32 

44 44 Eudiometrio analysis.. 23 

44 44 Fract Distillation... 13, 133, 134 

44 Fresenius’.10, 32, 130 

4 4 for Gas Analysis... 14, 16, 22, 27-32 

44 Gawalowsky's. 13 

44 for Gasolene Gas.. 37 

44 Gore’s, for Absorption.... 22 

44 for Heating under Press¬ 
ure. 35 

44 Hampel's, for Gas analysis 29 

44 Mohr's, for Absorption.... 22 

44 Bichter’s, 14 44 .... 22 

44 for H. Cl. Decomposition, 

Boscoe A Schorlemmer 19, 22 

44 44 Hydrogen A Sulphuret 

of H. Generation . 14, 16, 26, 27 
44 44 Laboratories, with 

water, air and sand 
baths, closets, etc... 24 

44 Ledebur's. 12 

44 for Liquid SO,. 21 

44 Lunge’s, for Gas analysis . 32 

44 for Milk Analysis. 23, 36. 37 

44 44 Melting Points. 23 

44 Mitcherlich’8, for Phos¬ 
phorus detection. 17 

44 for Nitrogen Determina¬ 
tion (Nitrometer). 34, 35, 43, 44 

4 4 44 the Determination of 

Micro-organisms.... 38-41 

44 Orsat's. 27 

44 for Osmose. 113 

44 for Oxygen Generation... 15, 25, 26 

44 44 44 Determinat’n. 13 

44 44 Oxyhydrogen. 16 

4 4 4 4 Organic analysis.84, 92, 98, 194 


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Apparatus, Physical. 263-266 

“ for Pneumatro-Hydrostatics, 23 

44 44 Pressure. 36 

‘' 44 Proving composition of 

Ammonia. 20 

•* Regnault’s. 13 

44 Richard’s. 32 

44 for Soil Analysis. 35 

*• 44 Spec. Grav. of Cement 13 

•• •* «• “ of Gases.. 13 

44 44 Sugar analysis .. .. 261 

*' “ Sulphur Determination 12 

44 Thomea. 22 

* * Tyndall's ElectricaL. 269 

" Ullgreen’s. 14 

44 for Urinary analysis . 17, 32, 34, 250 

44 44 use with the Leyden 

Jar. . 266-268 

44 44 Vapor Density.19, 24, 35 

44 44 Volumetrio Analysis... 250 

“ Winkler’s. 31 

44 and Chemicals for Apple¬ 
ton’s Young Chemist.... 242 

44 and Chemicals for Coo¬ 

ley’s Elementary Guide 

to Chemistry. 244 

44 and Chemicals for Steele’s 

Chemistry. 243 

44 and Chemicals for Rem- 

sen’s Briefer Course of 

Chemistry. 247 

11 and Chemicals for Steel 

analysis after Troilius.. 259 

44 for Qualitative Analysis... 248, 249 

“ 44 Quantitative •• .... 248 

44 Hofmann’s, different. 18-21 

44 for Water analysis. 15 

Approximative Tubes, Murray’s.. 33 

Archimede’s Principle. 264 

Areometers. 42, 158 

Arsenic Plates. 42 

*• Tubes. 42 

Asbestos. 42 

Aspirators. 42, 273 

44 Bottles. 43 

Assay Outfit. 256 

44 Flasks. 132 

Attachment. 43 

Attwater's Desiccators. 112 

Azotometers.34, 35, 43, 44, 273, 274 

Babo’s Tubes.120, 200,227 

Bacchus Illustrations. 267 

Bacterioscopical Apparatus.38-41, 244 

Balances, Analytical, Blow-pipe, As¬ 
say, Bullion, Mohr’s, Westphal’s, 
eto. (See also Scales). .. .45-54, 275-278 

Weights for same.54-56, 278 

Balloons. 56 

Bar Magnet. 169 

Barometer. 57 

44 Tubes. 57 

Basins. 292 

Baskets of Lead. 57 

Baths, Air.. 4, 292 

“ 119,293 

«• 8»nd.V.V............... 1.201, 292, 293 

•' Water.234-237, 294, 313 

Batteries, Electrio.58-61, 279 

Battery Jars. 57 

Beakers. 61-62 

Beaker Flasks. 132 


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Beaufay's Cruoibles. 106 

Bee-hive Shelves.. 62 

Bell Glasses. 63 

Bell Jars. 63 

Bells, Electric. 64-65 

Beils in Vaouo. 262 

Bells on 8tand. 263 

Bellows. 63-64 

Bennert’s Apparatus. 117 

Berzelius, Beakers. 62 

44 Filter Paper. 127 

44 Lamps. .. 165 

Binding Clamps. 65 

44 Posts. 65 

44 Screws. .. 65 

Sink’s Burettes. 81 

Bladders. 65 

Blasts, Plattner’s. 80 

Blast Arrangement. 279 

44 Attachment for Blow-pipes. 65 

44 Blow-pipes. 66, 67, 69 

44 Furnaces. 147 

44 Herapath. 66 

44 Lamps. 65-68 

44 Tables. 68 

Blood Circulation Apparatus. 68 

Blower. 32, 68 

Blow-pipes .67, 68, 69, 70 

44 Oxyhydric. . 69 

Blow-pipe Apparatus. 251 

Balance . 63 

for Brazing. 70 

Cabinet. 70 

Case. 261 

Lamp. 69, 90 

Reagents. 254 

Tables. 68 

Tip. 70 

Spoon. 70 

Stand. 69 

Boiling Sheet. 70 

Boiler. 19,208 

Bologna Flasks. 70 

Bolt Heads. 71 

Books on Chemistry, etc., etc.317-329 

Botanical Case. 71 

Bottles, Acid... 1 

44 Aspirator. 42, 43 

44 Cobalt. 72 

44 Compressing. 79 

44 Ether. 233 

44 Gas. 149 

44 Glass-stoppered. 72 

44 Gutta percha. — 77 

44 Homoeopathic. 77 

44 for Leyden Jars. 73 

44 Mixing. 79 

44 Plain. 71 

44 Reagent. .73-77, 279 

44 Salt-mouth. 72 

44 Sample and Specimen. 77 

44 Separatory. 203 

44 Specific Gravity. 78,280 

for Spectral analysis. 78 

Tincture.72, 279-280 


I 44 Tubulated, on foot 
j 44 for Vapor Density Determ in. 
Volumetric. 


133 

79 
133 

Bottles, Weighing. 78, 79 

~ 240 

80 
79 


WoulfFs. 

Bottle Brushes. 

Boxes, Paper, Wood, eto. 


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Bricks, Fire Olay... 79 

Brashes, Acid. 1, 80 

44 of all kinds. 80 

44 for Test Tubes. 80, 229 

Buckskins. 80 

Bulbs, Different. 80 

Bulb Tubes. 81 

Bullion Scale. 50 

Bunte’s Gas Burettes. 32 

Burette Attachment, etc. 83 

Burette Clamps. 94, 95 

44 Floats. 83, 134 

“ Stands, Supports and Holders 212-214 

44 Tips.. 83 

Burettes. 81, 280 

“ Hem pel's.. 152 

“ Winkler's. 31 

Burners.83-88, 281 

“ Blast. 84, 85 

Burner Attachment, Chimney, Tip... 88 

Bursting Squares. 88 

Button Brushes. 88 

44 Forceps. 88 

44 Nippers. 88 

Cabinet, Portable . 176 

Calcium Lights . 88, 90 

Calipers. 88 

Calorimeter, Fincher's and Bunsen’s.. 88 

Camera, Photo-Micro. 176, 305 

44 Landscape. 307 

44 Zeiss. 316 

Canada Balsam. 88 

Candle Bombs. 88 

Candles, Standard. 89 

Caoutohouc. 88 

44 Stoppers. 88, 199 

Capillary Tubing. 89, 155 

44 Plates. 266 

Capsules. 89 

44 Combustion. 89, 97 

44 Glass. 89 

44 Horn. 89 

44 Iron. 115 

44 Lead. 116 

44 Mixing. 89 

44 Nickel. 116 

44 Platinum.116, 189, 190 

44 Porcelain.89, 114-116 

44 Silver. 116 

44 Stoneware. 151 

Carbons, for Batteries... 89 

44 44 Electric Lights. 89 

Carbonic Acid Generator. 14, 15 

44 4 4 Liquified. 148 

Carbon Filter. 89 

44 Plates. 89 

44 Tubes. 90 

Carboys. 89 

Carius* Furnace. 147 

Cartesian Imps. 89 

Cascade, Gassiot’s. 316 

Casseroles, different. 90, 91 

Cases for Scales. 89, 202 

4 4 4 4 Filters. 89 

Cat Skin. 205 

Cathetometers. 281 

Cells, Porous. . 91, 194 

Centre of Gravity. 266 

Centrifugal Machines. 282 

Chalk Sticks, for Drummond's light.. 91 

Chamois Skins. 91, 205 


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Charcoal Borers, Saws, Sticks, Cru¬ 
cibles, Holdere, Capsules, etc.... 91 

Charts . 91, 282 

Chemicals, (see Special List) 

Chemical Label Book. 164 

Chevalier’s Apparatus. 104 

Chime, Electric. 263 

Chimneys, Iron, etc.. 91 

Chisels. 92 

Chladni’s Figures. 265 

Chloride Calcium Jars, Tubes.. 92 

Chlorine Apparatus. 93 

<4 Gas Generator. (See list of 

Chemical Stoneware). 93 

Clamps for Condensers, Carbons, Test 
Tubes, Burettes, Flasks, Retorts, 

eto.93-95, 283 

Clamps for Watch Glasses. 95, 234 

Classen Electrolytic Apparatus. 121 

44 Platin. Plate. 188 

Clay Capsules, Crucibles. 106, 252 

44 Cylinders (see Porous Cnps) 

44 44 Erdman's. 95 

Cleaners for Test Tubes.. 80, 95 

Clips for Watch Glasses. 234 

Coal Capsules. 105 

44 Covers. 252 

44 Crucibles. 105, 253 

44 Squares... 253 

Cobalt Bottles.... 72 

44 Colored Glass. 95 

Cohesion Plates. 262 

Coils for Induction, RuhmkoriFs.- 161 

Colanders. 95 

Cold Chisel. 92 

Collections of Alkaloids, Metal, Min¬ 
erals, Chemical Appar¬ 
atus. 96, 283, 284, 290 

44 Crystal Models. 178 

44 Physical Apparatus, see 

Appendix. 262 

Collision Balls. 267 

Color Comparator. 97 

Colored Glass. 95 

Collodion Balloons. 56 

Colton’s Hammer . 157 

Combination Spectroscope. 206, 207 

Combination Foil, Netting.102, 103 

Combustion Furnaces, Tubes, Spoons, 


Compasses. 99 

Compound Bar. 262 

Compressed Gases. 148 

Compressors. 93, 99 

Condensers.99-101, 291 

" Stands.214, 215 

Condensing Pumps. 4 

4 ‘ Tubes.101, 226 

Conductometer. 267 

Conductor, Insulated. 267 

Cones, Platinum or Steel. 102 

Connection Tubes. 102 

Connections for Zinc Batteries, eto .. 102 

Connectors for Gas Bags. 102 

4 4 44 Tubing. 102 

44 44 Wires. 65 

Cooper’s Mercurial Receiver. 102 

Copper Foil, Wire, Gauze. 102-103 

Corks.. 103 

Cork Borers, Plates, Presses, Sharp¬ 
eners, Extractors, etc.103-104 

44 Files. 102 


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Covers, Convex. 104 

44 for Microscopes. 175 

Creamometers. 104 

Cream Tubes. 36 

Crook’s Apparatus.151, 196 

Crown for Burner. 33 

Crucibles.105-108, 284, 309 

44 Platinum.107, 188, 189 

Crucible Tongs. 108, 109, 284 

Crushers.104,105 


Cryophorus 

Crystal, Models of.. 

“ Strainers . 

Crystallizing Dishes. 

Cultivation Tubes and Flasks. 

Cupels. 

Cupel Furnace.. 

44 Holder, Moulds, Tongs, etc... 
Cups, for measuring Seidlitz Powder. 

11 Porous. 

Cylinders of Glass 

“ NMulAr’i 


109 

178 

109 

114 

40 

109 

109 

109 
203 
194 

110 
111 
157 
111 
135 
111 

98 


Nessler’s. 

Dana's Hammer. 

Decanting Jars. 

Deflagmatisator. 

Deflagrating Tubes. 

11 Spoons. 

Desiccating Apparatus, Pans, Tubes . 112, 113 
Desiccators, etc. ..92-93, 112, 113, 117-20, 285 

Dialysers. 113 

Diamond Mortars. 113 

Diamonds. 113 

Diamoud Collection. 96,178 

Digesters. 285 

Digesting Bottles. 79,113 

44 Flasks. 113 

Dippers.. 113 

Dipping Batteries. 60 

44 Needle. 265 

Disc Apparatus. 268 

Discs. 268 

Discharger, Electrical. 263 

Dishes, Crystallizing, Evaporating, 

Etching, etc. 114-116 

“ Roasting. 198 

Displacement Apparatus. 116 

Distilling Apparatus. .13, 23,116, 133, 227, 285 

44 Flasks. 133 

Distributors, Gas. 228 

Doebereiner's Hydrogen Lamps. 117 

Doremus’ Ureometer. 33, 230 

Draper’s Urinary Apparatus. 32, 250 

Drexel's Apparatus.124, 203. 233 

Dripping Cylinders. 110 

Dropping Bottles, Glasses, etc.117, 280 

41 Pipettes. 186 

44 Tubes. 117 

Drummond’s Lamps. 69 

Drying Apparatus.117, 118 

44 Baths .118, 119 

41 Bath Regulator.152, 153 

44 Bottles.118, 233 

44 Cylinders.118, 119 

44 Ovens.119,286,293 

44 Tubes.92, 93, 113, 117, 118, 120 

Dumas* Nitrogen Apparatus. 34 

Dynamo Electric Machines.120, 314-316 

Edulcorating Apparatus, Berzelius’.. 120 

Einhorn’s Saccharometer. 34, 229 

Elastic Bands. 120 

Electrio Batteries.58, 61,120 

44 Machines.121, 314 

Electricity.263-5-8 


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Electrical Discharger. 265 

Electrolytic Apparatus.121, 122, 286 

Electrodes Platin. 121 

Electrometer. 266 

Electro-plating Outfits. 122 

Electro Magnet. 263-6-7 

Elliot’s Drying Cylinder. 119 

Elliot’s Gas Apparatus. 28 

Emery Cloth and Paper. 122 

Emmerling’s Tubes. 227 

Emulsion Machine.. 122 

Engler’s Oil Tester. 183 

Eon pile. 65, 123 

Equilibrium Tubes.266-8, 271 

Erdman’s Chimney. 91 

“ Floats.123, 134 

44 Furnaces.122, 147 

Erlemever’s Burners. 85 

44 * Flasks. 132 

44 Furnaces. 147 

44 Supports. 219 

Esbach’s Albumenometer. 34, 231 

Ettling’s Pipettes. 187 

Ether Bottles. 73,123 

44 Extraction Apparatus. 123 

44 Pipette.123, 124 

Eudiometers. 125 

44 Hofmann’s. 18 

Evaporating Dishes.114, 115 

Evaporators. 125, 326 

Evolution Flasks.125, t49 

Exsiccators, (see Desiccators.) 

Exsiccator Pans, Tubes, (see Desiccat¬ 
ing Apparatus. 112, 113 

Extraction Apparatus.. .116, 123, 124, 286, 314 

Eye Model . 268 

Faraday's Washing Bottle. 232 

Felt Filters. 127 

Fermentation Saccharometer. 34, 229 

Feser’s Apparatus. 36, 165 

Figures, Steel. 125 

Files. 125 

File Handles. 126 

Filtering Apparatus. 125-131 

*• Paper.125-127,287 

Filter, Drying Bath, Hooks, Patterns, 

Pumps, Presses, Racks, etc.. 125-131 

44 Stands, Supports.216, 216 

Filters, Gooch’s. 188 

Finkner’s Burners. 86 

Finger Cots. 131 

Fire Syringe. 264 

Fischer’s Calorimeter. 88 

Flasks, Glass, etc.132-134, 287 

44 Copper. 197 

44 for Carbonic Acid Determina¬ 
tion . ... 10, 132, 194 

44 Gas. 149 

Fletcher’s Apparatus.64, 66, 67, 69, 70, 87, 

98, 138,143-145, 211, 238 

Floats, Erdmann's. 134 

Florence Flasks, Receivers. 134 

Flyer . 268 

Foil, Aluminium, Copper, Tin, Gold, 

Silver, Platinum. 134 

44 Dutch Metal. 167 

4 * Lead, (See Chemical List.) 

Foroepg, different. 135 

Forge. 138 

Forks. 135 

Forms for Paper Cylinder. 263 

Fractional Distilling App. 13,133,136,226, 227 
Freezing Apparatus. 135 


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Friction Cylinder.. 263 

Funnels, Copper, Glass, Porcelain, 

Rubber, Stoneware, Tin.. 136-8, 287 

11 Safety.... 138,200 

11 Separatory. .1^7. 

Funnel Tubes, different... f.138, 2uu 

Furnaces, Assay.138-142, 288 

“ Battersea, Hibb’s, Judson’s, 

Carius’, Erlenmeyer’s, Erd- 

man's. 147 

“ Charcoal. 147 

“ Combustion .97, 98, 284 

“ Cruoible.139, 146 

44 Cupelling.140,142 

" Fletcher’s. 143, 144 

44 Gas. 141-147 

*' Gasolene.. 143-146 

•* Hoskin’s. 146 

*• Hampers. 146 

44 Injector. 144 

“ Kerosene. 144-146 

44 Ladle. 147 

** Melting. 143 

44 Monitor. 142 

44 Muffle.139, 146 

“ Petroleum. 144-146 

“ Roasting. 143 

Fusibility Scale of Minerals. 147 

Gallipots. 147 

Galvanic Batteries . 68-61 

Galvanometer. 148 

Gal vano plastic Apparatus. 148 

Gas Analysis Apparatus .27, 29, 149 

“ Bags. 148 

“ Blast. 66, 180 

“ Bottles. 148 

# * Burettes . 149 

“ Burners. 83-87 

11 Combustion Tubes. 99, 161 

“ Distributors. 149, 288 

11 Furnaces.141-147,210,211 

11 Generator.14,16, 26. 160 

“ Jars. 63,111 

44 Jets. 163 

44 Holder. 160, 161, 288 

44 Meter. 161 

14 Power Engines . 162 

44 Pipette, Hempel’s. 162 

44 Tubes .149, 161 

'• Regulator.152, 163 

14 Washing Bottle.160, 163 

Gasometer, (see Gas Holder). 160 

4< Tubes. 151 

Gases, Compressed. 148 

Gasogenes. 16 

Gasolene Generators. 143 

Gauge Tubes. 163 

Gauze, Brass, Copper and Iron.153, 164 

Gavalowski’s Apparatus. 124 

“ Burettes . 83 

Gay Lussac’s Burettes. 81 

44 Supports. 217 

Geissler’s Alcoholometer. 231 

44 Alkali meters. 10 

44 Bottles. 78 

44 Burettes. 81 

44 Carbon. Acid Apparatus... 10 

44 Gauges. 153 

41 Potash Bulbs. 194 

41 Pumps. 7 

14 Stopcocks.. 209 

44 Tubes. 164. 289 


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Glaser’s Furnace. 98 

Glass Balls. 164 

44 Blowers’ Tables. 68 

44 44 Lamps. 66 

44 Cutters. 113 

44 Drops. 200 

44 Ends for Burettes. 154 

44 Beads, Powders, Rods, etc. 154 

44 Plates. 164 

44 Tubing. 166 

44 Wool. 156 

Glinsky’s Tubes. 227 

Gluoose Tubes. 166 

Glue Kettles.* * • * 165 

Gold Pans. 156 

Goldbeaters' Skin. 156 

Goniometer. 156 

Gooch’s Crucibles. 107, 188 

Graduates Glass, Porcelain, Tin. 156 

Grind Stones. 157 

Guibourg’s Apparatus. 116 

Guinea and Feather Tube. 267 

Gunpowder Cup. 267 

Gutta percha Tissues. 157 

Gyroscope. 268 

Habermann & Sulkowsky’s Apparatus 117 

Haemati nometer. 289 

Haemometer. 289 

Hallock’s Tubes . 227 

Hammers, Blowpipe, Geologioal, etc. 157 

Handles. 158 

Hardness Scales. 158 

Harvard Microscope. 172 

Heat..262, 264, 266,268 

Heliostats. 290 

Helix. 266 

Hemisphere, Magdeburg. 268 

Hempel’s Apparatus.28, 135, 146, 152, 183 

Hibb’s Furnaces.139, 140 

44 Muffles. 181 

Hink’s Lamp.166, 194 

Ho ffmann ’s Apparatus. 18-21 

41 Bottles for Vapor Density 

Determination. 79 

41 Burette Clamp. 94-96 

14 Pinch-cook .186,186 

44 Support for Burettes.... 213, 214 

4 4 4 4 4 4 Condensers. 214 

Hofmeister's Capsules. 89, 116 

Holders for Burettes, Condensers, etc 212 

44 44 Blowpipe Dishes. 263 

4 4 44 Flasks... 94 

44 4 4 Funnels...216,218 

44 4 4 Matrasses. 263 

4 4 44 Pipettes. 217 

44 44 Platina Wire, Thermom¬ 
eters, etc.169, 214, 253 

44 “ Platina Spoons. 168 

“ 44 Retorts. 216 

44 4 4 Test Tubes..94,218,219 

44 41 Universal. 218 

Holtz Electrio Machines. 121 

Homeopathic Vials. 77 

Hot Water Funnels. 137 

Hour Glasses. 158 

Hufner’s Ureometer. 34 

Hydraulic Press .158, 311 

Hydrogen Generator. 16-16 

“ Gas, Compressed. 148 

44 Jets.168,163 

14 Lamps. 117 


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Hydrometers, Acid, Alk al i , Milk, Al- 
oohol, Goal OiL Sugar, 


etc..158-160, 290 

44 Niohol’s. 42 

44 Jars.110, 111 

Hydxostatio Balance. 160 

Hy«lr©«lmfies. 63, 160 

Hygrometers. 160 

IoeMaohines. 22,135, 161 

Ioe Machine System . 161 

Ignition Bulb Tubes. 161 

Inertia Apparatus. 266 

Inclined Plane. 262 

Induction Goils and Wires. 161 

Influence Machine. 121 

Infusion Pot. 162 

Ingot Moulds. 180 

Insulated Wires. 240 

Jackets. 162 

Jars, Agateware. 163 

44 Anatomical. 10 

•• Battery. 57, 59 

<* China, Earthen, Glass, etc..162 163 

44 Decanting. Ill 

44 Graduated. Ill 

44 Hydrometer. 160 

“ Nessler’s. 162 

44 Ointment. . 163 

44 Preparation.10, 162, 195 

44 Precipitating. 195 

44 Specie, Sectional, etc. 162 

Jets, Blow-pipe. 163 

44 Bunsen's Burner. 88 

44 Hydrogen. 163 

44 Platinum. 224 

Jeweller's Outfit. 122 

Johnson's Nitrometer. 36 

Judson's Tongs. 109, 203 

Jugs, Gutta percha . 294 

Kaleidoscope. 263 

Kekule’s Apparatus. 236 

Kellogg's Burners. 86 

Kemp’s Apparatus. 153 

Kettles.163, 164, 293 

Kipp’s Apparatus, H.,S. 26, 271 

Kirohhoff-Bunsen’s Apparatus .134, 206, 207 

Kjeldahl’s Apparatus.113, 234, 291 

Knife for Corks. 164 

44 for Glass . 291 

Knopp-Wagner’s Nitrometer. 35 

Knorr’s Extractor. 414 

Koch's Apparatus. .38, 41, 137 

KohlrauRch'B Flasks. 134 

Kreussler’s Apparatus.124,139, 147 

Kuehne's. 124 

Labels. Blank, Chemical, Glass, etc... 164 

Label Books. 164 

Lactobutyrometer. . 36, 165 

Lactometer.159, 165 

Lactodensimeter. 36 

Lactoscope. 36, 165, 177 

Ladenburg Flasks. . 133 

Ladles. 165,294 

Lamps of all descriptions .165-167, 295 

Lamp Plates. 167 

44 Stands. 166 

44 Wicks. 167 

Lanterns, Experimenter’s, Moaton's 

and Photographer’s. 167 

44 Magic. 296 

Laurent's Saccharometer. 193 

Lead Baskets. 57, 167 


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Lead Tray. 167 

Leaf, Dutch Metal, Gold, Silver. 167 

Lebel A Hennioger’s Tubes. 227 

Leclanchl's Batteries. 59, 60 

Lead’s Apparatus. 97,113 

Lenses, different. 167 

44 Antiplastic Group . 308 

Letters, Steel. 167 

Levels. 168 

Levison's Voltameter. 232 

Leveling Screw. 168 

Leyden Jars.. . 168 

Lightning Bods. 168 

Liebig's Condensers. 99, 100 

44 Supports for Condensers... 216 

44 Chlorine Calcium Tubes... 92 

Liebig A Mitcherlich’s App... 118, 120,194,234 

Lime Points for Calc. Lights. 91 

Lingke's Apparatus. 69 

Litmus. 168 

44 Paper. 168 

Litre Flasks. 168 

Loadstone. 169 

Luhme's Lamp. . 166 

Lunge's Gas Burette. 32 

44 Azotometer. 43 

Machines for Cutting and Grinding 

Minerals. 290 

Magdeburg's Hemispheres. 264 

Magnesium Powder, Ribbon and Wire 168 

Magnetic Needles. 168 

Magnets. 168 

Magnet Stone. 169 

Magnifiers. 169 

Manometer . 153 , 169 

Mansfeld’s Platina Plates . .. 188 

Maps, Technological. 282 

Marohand’s Chloride Calcium Tubes. 92 

Marine Glue. 169 

Marsh’s Apparatus. 12, 169 

Mattrasses. 169 

Maynard’s Hammer’s. 157 

Measures, Glass, Parcelain. 156 

" Tape.169, 170 

44 Tin, Wood.169, 170 

Mechanics.262, 264, 266, 268 

Medicine Chests. 170 

Mercury Troughs. 170 

Meyer’s Vapor Density Apparatus_ 36 

Micrometer. 174 

Microscopes, B. A L.170-173, 177 

44 Zeiss’. 297-302 

Microscopic Accessories ...174, 175, 303 

Microtomes.. 304 

Milk Testers.36, 37,177 

Mills. 177, 300 

Millimeter Tubes. 177 

Minerals, (See our List of Minerals.) 

44 Collection of, (see our List 

of Minerals). 96 

44 for Blow-pipe Specimens... 96 

Mineralogical Hammers. 167 

Minim Glasses. 156 

44 Pipettes. 186 

Mirrors. 263, 264 

Mitcherlich’s Apparatus..160, 193, 194 

Mixing Bottles. 79 

44 Capsules. 178 

“ Jars. Ill 

Mixter’s Chloride Calcium Tubes.... 93 

Models of Crystals. 96 

44 Precious Stones. 178 


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Models of Steam Engines, etc. 178 

Moeller, Robertson’s. 178 

Mohr’s Clamps for Burettes.. 95 

44 Condensers. 100 

44 Extraction App. 123, 124, 184, 185, 186 

Mordanted Cloth. 178 

Mortars, of all descriptions.. . 178, 179 

Morton’s Generator. 154 

44 Store. 211 

Motor, Hydraulic. 179 

Moulds of all kinds. 180 

44 Cupel. 109 

Mouth-piece for Blow-pipes. 180 

Muenke’s Filtering Pump. 129 

44 Gas Washing Jar. 153,233 

44 Blast and Pump. 32 

Muffle Furnaces.139-141, 144, 146 

Muffles, Battersea and French. 181 

Murray's approximative Tubes. 33 

Nessler’s Jars. 162 

Neubauer & Vogel's Urinometer.. 321 

Nicholson’s Hydrometer.. 42 

Nickd Foil. 181 

Nippers.. 181 

Nitrogen Bulbs and Tubes. 182, 306 

Nitrometer. 43 

Nitrous Oxide Liquified, See Gases .. 148 

NiviUation supports.. 40 

Normal Instruments. 182 

Oil Tester.182, 183 

Oil Reservoir. 182 

Oleometer. 182 

Optios, see Physical App. in Appendix. 

Organ Tube . 264 

Orsat’s Apparatus. 27 

Orsat-Muenke's Gas Apparatus. 28 

44 4 4 modified by Fisher. 28 

Otto’s Acetometer. 1 

Outfit, Assayers’. 256 

44 Chemists', see Appendix. 

Overflow Pipettes. 183 

Oxygen, Compressed. 148 

Oxyhydric Blow-pipes. 69 

Oxygen Apparatus . 25 

44 Retorts . 197 

Ozonometer. 182 

Pails. 183 

Palladium Tubes. 183 

Palette Knives. 205 

Pans, Horn and Rubber. 183 

44 Iron.156, 183 

44 Scale. 183 

Paper, for absorbing milk. 306 

44 Chinese and Japanese.127, 183 

44 Filtering.125-127, 287 

44 Glazed and Parchment. 183 

44 Litmus. 168, 221 

44 Munktel’s. 127 

44 Pulp. 290 

44 Swedish. 127 

44 Prat Dumas’. 126 

44 Schleicher & Schuell’s.125-127 

44 Test. 183, 221 

44 Tumeric. 183, 221 

Parting Flasks.132, 183 

Pasteur's Apparatus. . .... 184, 237 

Pencils, Carbon. . 184 

44 for writing on Glass. 184 

Pendulum. 267 

Percolators. 184 

Photographic Apparatus. 320-321 

Photometer.184, 185, 308 


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Photo-micro Camera.176, 306-306 

Picnometers.. 78 

Pill Boxes.. 79 

44 Boards. 78 

44 Rollers, Silverer Tiles. 186 

Pincers, see Foroeps. 136 

Pinchoocks..186,186 

Pipettes of all kinds.186, 187, 329 

44 Supports.. 217 

Pith Balls. 187 

Pitcher. 2 

Plate and Rubber. 187 

Plates, Glass. 164 

44 Iron, Porcelain.187, 284, 309 

44 Streak for Mineralogists..187, 212 

Platinum, Boats, Cones, Crucibles, 

Dishes, Foil, Retorts, Fun¬ 
nels, Spatulas, Bottles, 

Spoons, Wire, etc._187, 192, 309 

Plattner’s Apparatus-69, 70, 105, 109, 113 

Pliers. 192 

Plumbago Crucibles. 106 

Pneumatics.262, 264, 266, 268 

Pneumatic Pumps. 4 

44 Troughs.. 192 

Pokers. 192 

Polariscope 8 .192, 193, 310 

44 Lamp. 194 

44 Quartz Plates. 194 

Polar istrobometer. 193 

Palarization Apparatus.. 193 

Poroelain Colors. 194 

Porous Cups. 194 

Potash Bulbs. 194 

Pouring Plates. 180 

Precipitating Glasses. 221 

44 Jars. 195 


Preparation Jars.10, 11, 206 

Presses for pressing out Herbs, etc... 196 

44 4 4 Corks . 104 

Pressure Bottles. 196 

44 of Liquids. 262 

Prisms.196, 311 

Probangs. 195 

Proctor’s Apparatus. 197 

Proof Glasses. 158-160 

Pulleys. 262 

Pulse Glasses. 195 

Pumps, Exhaust, Pneumatic, eto._ 4, 8 

44 Bunsen’s, for quick filtration* 128, 130 
44 Fisher’s, 44 44 128, 130 

44 Small Models, all Glass. 195, 262 

44 Sprengleris. 8 

44 Vacuum. 311 

Push Buttons. 196 

Pyrometers. 196 

Qualitative and Quantitative Set. 248 

44 Blow-pipe Set. 251 

Quartz Plates. 194 

Quevennes’ Lactodensimeter. 36 

Radiometers. 196 

Rammelsberg’s Appapatus.. 119 

Ranvier’s Apparatus. 117 

Rasps. 125 

Reagents, see List of Chemicals and 

Reagent Bottles.73-77, 196 

Receivers, Gas. 196 

Reduction Tubes. 81, 197 

44 Crucibles, Rose’s. 106 

Regulating Disc. 197 

Reflectors. 172 

Reichert’s Gas Regulator. 152 


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Resonant Jar. 267 

Beits of Poroelain. 197 

Retorts, Bohemian, Copper, Glass, 

Iron, Lead, etc.... .197, 198, 311 

Retort Stands and Supports. 216 

Rioliard's Blast and Pump. 32, 129 

Picket's Furnace, etc. 140 

Riders. 198 

Rings, Iron, Copper, eto. 198 

•• Straw. 212 

Roasting Dishes. 198 

Roberts' Urinary Apparatus. 33 

Roscoe and Schorlemmer’s Decompo¬ 
sition Apparatus. 22 

Rose Burner. 68 , 59 

Rose's Cruoibles. 105 

44 Lamp. 165 

Rotators. 198 

Rubber Bags. 65, 148 

44 Bulbs. 80 

44 Caps, Cloth, Sheet, Stoppers, 

Tissue and Tubing. 199, 200 

Rubber and Plate. 187 

Ruhmkoff's Coil. 161 

Rules, different. 200 

Rupert's drops.. 200 

Saocharometers.. ..159, 160, 192, 193 

Safety Funnels. 200 

14 Lamp. 200 

44 Tubes. 138, 200 

Sampling Pans. 201 

Sand Baths, Iron. 201 

14 Glasses. . 201 

44 Paper. 201 

Sartorius' Hydrostatic Balance. 278 

Saw Charooal.. 201 

Scale Cases.. 202 

44 Pans..183,202,203 

44 Strings . 202 

44 Supports. 202 

Scales, Analytical, eto, see Balances, 45 

also. 201 

Scheibler's Apparatus... .14, 112, 117, 124, 193 

8 chiele's Manometer. 168 

Schmitz's Apparatus. 120 

Schiff's Azotometer. 35 

Schleicher A 8 chueU’s Filter Paper... 125-127 

Sohrotter’s Apparatus. 113 

Sfchultz’s Apparatus.. 35 

Schwarz's Apparatus. 124 

Scissorsf Pocket and Lamp. 202 

Scoops, Copper, Horn, Tin. 202 

Scormers.. 202, 203 

Scorification Moulds. 180 

44 Tongs . 203 

Scraper. 203 

Screens. 204, 239 

Screw Press. 171,172 

Sea Sand. 203 

Sefstroem's Apparatus. 147, 203 

Segner's Water Wheel. 138 

Seidlitz Powder Cup. 203 

Separating Apparatus .116, 203 

44 Bottles. 203 

44 Funnels.. 137 

Sets of Apparat according to Appleton 242 

*• 44 Cooley . 244 

»* “ Draper 250 

** 44 Flint.... 250 

«• 44 Freeenius 249 

44 44 Piffard.. 250 

44 4 4 Plattner 255 


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3eti of Apparat according to Remsen . 247 

44 44 Rickets.. 256 

44 44 Steele... 243 

44 44 Troilius. 259 

44 44 Tyndall. 269 

44 Lenses.. 264 

44 Apparatus for Assayers. 256 

44 1 4 44 Blow-piping. . 251 

44 44 44 Physics. 262, 269 

44 44 4 4 Qualitative An¬ 
alysis . 248 

44 44 44 Quantitative An¬ 
alysis. 248-249 

44 44 44 Sugar Analysis. 261 

Shades, Glass. 203 

Shaking Flasks. 133 

Shears, Cutting. 204 

Shell bach’s Supports. 217 

Shovels. 182 

Shuster’s A pparatus.. 120 

Siemen's Apparatus.182, 314 

Sieve, Silk, from $2.00 to $6.00 per y'd. 

Sifting Machines. 204 

Silliman’s Washing Bottle. 233 

44 Drying Cylinders. 119 

Silver Crucibles. 108 

44 Dishes. 116 

4 4 Foil, (see Chemicals.) 

Skins. 205 

Sodium Spoons. 207 

Soldering Copper and Iron. 206 

Sonometer. 267 

Sozhlet’s Apparatus for milk testing.. 23, 126 

Spatulas . 205, 312 

Specific Gravity Balances. 53 

44 44 Bottles. 78 

4 4 44 Tubes.. 312 


Specimen Bottles . 77 

Specimen Jars. 10,11 

44 Tubes. 206 

Spectral Tubes. 207 

Spectroscopes . 206 

Speotrosoopic Charts.. 207 

44 Cells. 207 

Spiral Balance. Jolly's. 63 

Spiral Tube. 267 

Spirit Level. 168 

Spoons. 207, 812 

44 Deflagration. 207 

44 Ivory. 207 

44 Platinum. 120 

Sponges. Cleaning 208 

Sprengel’s Mercury Air Pump. 8 

Squibbs’ Apparatus.184, 218, 231 

Standard Candles. 208 

Stammer's Apparatus.. 97 

Steam Boilers. . 208, 312 

Stereopticon . 296 

Sterilization Apparatus.38, 41, 312 

Stills of Copper. 23, 24 

Stirrers. 208 

Sropcocks, Brass. 208 

44 Glass. Stoneware. . 209, 210 

Stoves, Gas and Kerosene.210-212 

Strainers. 212 

Straw Rings. 212 

Streak Plates.. 212 

Supports for Burettes, Condensers, 

Funnels, eto .. 213-220, 313 
44 for Electrolytic Apparatus. 121 , 122 

Support Tables. 220 

Surface Evaporator. 313 


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Swedish Filter Paper. 127 

Syphon Extraotor. 313 

Syphons, Acid. 220, 221 

Syringes. 221 

Tables of Assay values. 221 

Tables for Glass Blowers. 68 

Tanks, Glass, Pnenmatio, etc. 192 

Tantalus Cup. 264 

Tapers. 221 

Telegraphio Instruments. . 221, 269 

Terquem’s Burners. 83, 84 

Test Chests, see Appendix. 261 

a Glasses. 221 

•• Lead Measures. 254 

u ** Sieve. 264 

" Marsh’s Arsenio. 12 

•• Tapers. 221 

Tubes. 221, 222 

* 1 Tube Brushes and Cleaners. 222 

«« « Clamps and Holders. 222 

«• •* Supports.218, 219 

Thermometers. 222, 223 

Thermometer Tubes, see Glass Tubing 166 

Thistle, Tubes. 198 

Thorn's Apparatus.116, 123 

Thoemer “ 232 

Tindall's Battery. 69 

Tiles, Bunsen’s. 224 

Tinfoil. 224 

Tips for Blowpipes. 224 

Toepler-Holtz, Electrical Machine... 121 

Tongs, Cork .... 104 

•< Crucible. 108, 109 

«« Cupel. 109 

“ Platinum. 192 

•* Scorifier. 203 

Tool Chest. 224 

Tools for Blow-piping. . 251 

** Carpenters. 261 

Tourmaline Tongs, $7.60 to $10.00... 

Toweling. 224 

Towels. 224 

Trays, Photographers. 224 

“ Lead. 167 

11 for Coal or Dirt. 224 

Triangles. 224 

11 Platinum. 224 

Tripods. 224, 225 

Troughs, Meroury. 170 

M Pneumatics. 192 

** Porcelain and Stoneware... 192 

Tube Brushes.112, 128 

“ Apparatus. 226 

Tubes, Arsenic. 226 

“ for Blow-piping. 88,228 

“ Bulb.... . 182 

“ Chloride Calcium.92, 93, 120 

•• Combustion. 97, 99 

“ Condensing. 226 

“ Drying . 92 

“ for Extraction. 123 

“ for Filtering. 130, 227 

“ Funnel. 138 

“ Nitrogen. 182 

" Reduction. 81 

“ T. 228 

•• U. 226 

M U, with Bulbs. 92 

W. 226 

•* Y. 228 

“ Specimen. 206 


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Tubes, V.. 226 

“ for Fractional Distillation.... 226, 227 

«, tor Water Analysis. 228 

Tubing, Glass. 166 

Porcelain. 99, 228 

“ Rubber. 199, 200 

“ Parchment Paper. 306 

Turmeric Paper. 228 

Twine . 228 

Tyndall's Electric Apparatus. 269 

“ Batteries. 59 

Underplates . 228 

Ure’s audiometer. 231 

Urine Test Apparatus.32, 33, 34, 229, 231 

Uriometers. 229, 231 

Vacuum Apparatus. 273 

11 Tubes. 163 

Vapor Density Apparatus.24, 36, 231 

Ventilation. 268 

Vials, see Bottles . 71 

Homoeopathic. 77 

Vibrating Plate. 268 

Vise. 232 

Violoncello Bow. 264, 268 

Vogel’s Tubes.138, 149, 200, 233 

Vollhard Apparatus. 93 

Voltameter. 232 

Volumeter. 232 

Volumetric Analysis. 260 

Wall Maps. 282, 283 

Washing Apparatus, Bottles, Bulbs, 

etc . 232-234 

“ Bottle, Liebig. 120 

“ «• Won In’s . 240,241 

11 Sifting and Separating Ap¬ 
paratus . 233, 234 

Watch Glasses.. . 234 

“ Glass Holders, Clips. 234 

Watch Springs. 234 

Water Blast—. 32, 314 

41 Baths..234-237,313 

“ Filter. 337 

“ Hammer. 239 

44 Heater, see Additional. 238 

“ Oven. 118,119 

«< Decomposition Apparatus_ 18-20 

“ Wheels. 238 

Wedge . 267 

Weighing Bottles and Tubes . 78, 79 

M Capsules. 239 

Weights.64s 66 , 278 

Weil’s Filtering Apparatus. 128 

Wet Chambers. 40 

Weston’s Apparatus. 120 

Whirling Ring. 268 

Wild’s Apparatus. 193 

Wicks, Different. 239 

Wick Holders. 239 

Wiesnegg's Apparatus. 66 , 146 

Will A Varrentrapp's Apparatus for 

Nitrogen determination... 34 

Winkler’s Gas Apparatus. 31 

Wire of all descriptions . 239, 240 

" Holders. 168 

Wolcott Gibb’s Burners. 84 

Works of Chemistry, etc.. * _317-329 

WouIIFb Apparatus. 16 

“ Bottles. 240, 241 

Wurtz Apparatus. 227 

Zincs, for Batteries. 68 , 241 


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