Wanted—Circulars and price lists of all goods kept by Hardware Merchants. Also, Tin and Stoves. J. J. Richards, Cantonf Miss. For Sale—Patent Office Reports from 1850 to 1866—$55. Ad dress A. Blum, 633 E. 9th st., New York. To cure cuts, bruises, and burns, send 25 cents to the Liquid Court Plaster Co., Room B, 37 Park Row, New York. For fifty cents, we mail, prepaid, a combined ruler, blotter, and paper cutter, indorsed as excellent by Munn & Co. Address Caleb Jons Box 6,721, NewYork Postoffice. Saw Mills can find a steady purchaser for " Cheap " oak, elm etc., sawed into shape, by addressing Box 6,721, New York Postoffice. Johnson's Adjustable Hangers for shafting. Diploma awarded by the American Institute. Shop rights twenty-five dollars. Pattern castings 6 cents per lb. Address Wm. Cowin, Lambertville, N. J. The Tanite Emery Wheel—see advertisement on inside page An English machine-making firm is open to make arrangements to manufacture and introduce in England any good American invention. Satisfactory references given. Address Box 123S Postoffice, N. Y Henry W. Bulkley, Mechanical Engineer, 70 Broadway, New York, intending soon to visit England, etc., will attend to professional business requiring an agent abroad. Peck's patent drop press. For circulars, address the sole manufacturers, Milo Peck & Co., New Haven, Ct. To let, with or without steam power, two well-lighted rooms, suitable for manufacturing. Rent low, 163 Christopher st., New York. Wanted—A compciem electro silver-plater. Address, with reference, Postoffice Box 387, Cincinnati, Ohio. A complete set of Blanchard Plow-handle Machinery, consist ing of lathe, bender with 40 forms, and finishing machine. Has been used but a short time,and is in goodorder. Address S.N. Brown & Co.,Dayton,O Builders, and all who contemplate making improvements in buildings, can save time and money by addressing A. J. Bicknell & Co Publishers, Troy, N. Y., or Springfield, 111. For Sale at a bargain—a complete barrel factory, nearly new Address Hartmann, Laist & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Pickering's Velocipede, 144 Greene st., New York. $1 per year.—Inventors and- Manufacturer's Gazette. The cheapest, best, and most popular journal of the kind published. Send stamp for specimen copy. Saltiel & Co., Publishers, P. O. box 448, or 37 Park Row, New York. Machine for bending fellies—Patent for sale—the whole, or State Rights. Address DeLyon & Werner, Canton, Miss. Diamond carbon, formed into wedge or other shapes for pointing and edging tools or cutters'for drilling and working stone, etc. Send stamp for circular. John Dickinson, 64 Nassau st., Now York. The Tanite Emery Wheel.—For circulars of tins superior wheel, address " Tanite Co.," Stroudsburgh ,Pa. The manufacture and introduction of sheet and cast metal small wares is made a specialty by J. H. White, Newark, N. J. The Ma'gic Comb will color gray hair a permanent black or brown. Sent by mail for $1'25. Address Wm. Patton, Treasurer Magic, Comb Co., Springfield, Mass. For coppered iron castings address J. H. White, Newark, N. J W. J. T.-We think the patent asbestos roofing manufactured by H. W. Johns, of this city, is the best substitute for tin or slate. It cheap and easily applied. Tempered steel spiral springs. John Chatillon, 91 and 98 Cliff st., New York. For solid wrought-iron beams, etc., see advertisement. Address Union Iron Mills, Pittsburgh, Pa., for lithograph, etc. Machinists, boiler makers, tinners, and workers of sheet metals read advertisement of Parker's Power Presses. Mill-stone dressing diamond machine, simple, effective, durable. Also, Glazier's diamonds. John Dickinson, 64 Nassau st., New York. Water-wheel Patents, Nos. 24,435 and 27,673 for sale. Price $1,000. The " first" that used an adjustable diaphragm in wheel and guide* R. Ross, Middlebury, Vt. Mortising Machines—Two second-hand Lane & Bodley hub mortising machines, wood column. Will be sold cheap. Address Si N Brown & Co., Dayton, Ohio. Winans' boiler powder, N. Y., removes and prevents incrustations without injury or foaming; 12 years in use. Beware of imitations. The paper that meets the eye of all the leading manufacturers throughout the United States-The Boston Bulletin. 4 00 a year.
This article was originally published with the title "Business and Personal" in Scientific American 20, 21, 331 (May 1869)