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Full text of "Huntington, Hopkins"

2007 OEIVOBl L> ^NIA 

California State Library 

STATE LIBRARY 



CM No. £L HX> 



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37439-610 10-G3 5M OSP 



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PRICE LIST 



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OR 



HARDWARE 



IRON, STEEL, COAL, ETC. 



HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS & CO. 



SAN FRANCISCO AND SACRAMENTO. 



1884. 



SAC RAM ENTO: 
Press of H. S. Crocker & Co. 



TO OUR PATRONS. 



We are pleased to present you with our Illustrated Catalogue for 1S84. 

Our patrons found our former Catalogue of so much assistance in making their selections thai we 
have been encouraged to go somewhat more into details than formerly. While we believe we have bo 

clearly illustrated and explained the principal Hardware used on Ibis coast that DO difficulty will hi' 

experienced in making selections, we regret not being able i" be equally definite as to prices ; the 
numerous and constant market changes make it impossible to furnish prices that may he relied on for 
any length of time. We stand ready, howcvei'. to furnish latest quotations upon application. 

At the end of our Catalogue will he found a number of Telegraph Ciphers that will effect quite a 
saving when occasion requires your telegraphing tor goods. There are also some well selected tables 
of useful information. 

Kindly acknowledge receipt of tin.- < atalogUS. 

HUNTINGTON, HOPKINS & CO. 




PAGE. 

Adzes, Coopers' 178 

" House 139 

" Ship 139 

Antimony 195 

Anti-Rattler, 5th Wheel 59 

Rubber 71 

Thurber's 71 

Anvils 20 

Augers, Boring Machine 108 

" Carpenters' 108 

" Hollow 97, 98 

" Millwrights' 108 

" Post-hole 271 

" Pump 109 

" Ship 109 

Awls, Belt 257, 258 

" Brad 159, 100 

" Drawing 258 

" Pegging 160 

" Saddlers' 160 

" Scratch 162 

" Sewing 160 

" and Tools 159 

Axes, Boys' 139 

" Broad 139 

" Coopers' 178 

" Chopping 138 

" DoubleBit 1 is 

" Stone 185 

Axles, Concord 8 

" Crank 8 

" Half Patent 8 

" Kinsley 8 

" Weight of 290 



Babbit 195 

Balls, Copper 195 

Bands, Hub 91 

" Sand 86 

Barrows, Wheel i 

Bars, Capstan 142 

" Crow 19 

" Tamping 286 

Bellows, Blacksmiths' 26 



PAGE. 

Bellows, Moulders' 240 

Bells, Alarm Door 237 

" Gong 237 

Belting, Leather 256 

Rubber 256 

Table of Strength, etc. . 295 

Benders, Tire 28 

Bevels, Ship Carpenters' 154 

" Sliding T 146 

Bibs. Hose 202, 204 

" Plain 201. 203 

Bits, Auger MM 

" Car 105 

" Center 105 

" Countersink 107 

" Expansive 104 

" Gimlet 1115 

" Plug Cutter 106 

" Pod 106 

" Reamer 106 

" Sorew Driver loo 

Blades, Hack Saw 115 

Blooks, Differential Pol 

In in Strapped 228 

Rope " 229 

Snatch 228 

" Spring and Axle 82 

" Swage 29 

Top Prop 71 

BloweiB, Blacksmiths' 26 

Boba, Plumb 168 

Bolts, Carriage in, ll 

" Cone Sead 15 

" Coupling 15 

- Ends 13 

" Fish Plat.- 6 

" King Oil 

" Lag 13 

Machine 12 

» Plow 14 

" Shaft 15 

•' Step 14 

" Stove 13 

" Tire 11 

• WhilHetree 15 

Borax 

Borers, Angular 108 

Boxes, Axle 8 

" Mitre KB 



I'AOK. 

Braces, Bit 101 to 103 

" Seat 81 

Brass Goods 201 to 220 

" Sheets 195 

" Weight of 286 

Brushes, Casting 240 

Tube 226 

Bumpers, Rubber 71 

Burs, Carriage Rivet 18 

" Copper 18 

" Tire 18 



Calipers 172 

Calks, Toe 50 

Candlesticks, Miuers' 235 

Chain, Short Link 19 

Trace 19 

Twist Link 19 

Weight of 288 

Chalk 191 

Chests, Tool 102 

Chimneys, Headlight 248 

Chisels, Blacksmiths' 33 

" Coachniakers' 126 

Cold 164 

" Corner 127 

Firmer 196 

Millwright 120 

Paring 1596 

Socket Firmer L26 

Framing 127 

Track 187 

Turning 126 

Chucks, Drill 35 

Lathe 34 

Ciphers, Telegraph 273 to 281 

Circles. Wagon 77 

Clamps '.»; 

Cleaners, File 161 

Clevises 76, 90 

Clippers, Bolt . 86 

Clips 51 I 

Cloth, Emery 188 

Coal 7 

Cocks. Air 216, 217 

" Ball 208 



VI 

PAOB. 

Cooks, Cylinder 218 

" Gauge 214, 215 

" Globe 213 

" Service 213 

" Shower Bath 207 

" Steam 213 

" Stop 205, 206 

Collars, Solid 72 

Compasses 171 

Compound, Welding 5] 

Cones, Blacksmiths' 29 

Copper, Bar 195 

Ingot 195 

Sheet 195 

Weight of 286 

Coppers, Soldering 195 

Cord, Wire 254 

Couplings, Belt 25K 

Hose 210 

'• Pole 64 

Shaft 04 

" Whiffleetroo 66, 77 

Cylinders, Pump 199 

Crozes, Coopers' 179 

Crowbars 19 

Crucibles 23fi 

Cups, Oil 219 b. 223 

Cutters, Belt 257 

Bolt 44 

Lace 25s 

Pipe 187 

Washer 258 

" Wood Screw 165 



Dashes, Leather 72 

Dies Blacksmiths' 42 

'• and Collets 43 

" Gas Pipe 188, 189 

" Machinists' 43 

Diggers, Post-hole 271 

Dividers, Spring : 171 

" Wing 171 

Drills, Bit Stock 37 

" Breast 32 

" Hand 32 

" Horizontal 3(1 

" Ratchet 32 

" Twist 311, 37 

" Upright 39, 31 

Drivers, Coopers' 177 

Screw 162 



Emery 193 

Ends, Bolt 13 

" Joint 79 

" Stay 61, 62 

Expanders, Tube 227 



ZrtcLe^:. 



PAOB. 

Extension Bits 103 

Eyes, Pick 245 

" Pole 64 

" Shaft 64 



Fasteners, Seat 80 

Feet, Dash 72 

Felt, Boiler 253 

" Roofing 253 

Ferrules, Wbiifietree '.. 75 

Files 52 

Fittings, Pipe 209 

Fixtures, Grindstone 199 

Flatters 33 

Flues, Boiler, weight of 290 

Forges, Portable 27 

Frames, Dash 72 

Froes, Coopers' 179 

Fullers 33 



Gauges, Center 170 

Cutting 147 

Drill 176 

" Marking 147 

" Mortice ' 117 

Panel 14^ 

. " Screw 170 

Screw Pitch 175 

Slitting Its 

Steam 225 

Tire 25 

Water 21 1 

" _ Wire 17(1 

Gimlets 108 

Glasses, Level 150 

Oiler 225 

" Water Gauge 225 

Globes, Lantern 248 

Gouges. Ooaohmakers' 128 

" Firmer 127 

Millwright 128 

Paring 128 

Socket Firmer 128 

Turning 128 

( Irease, Axle 255 

( Irindstones 190 

Family 100 

Weight of 295 

Guides, Gaspipe 188 

Hafts, Awl 160 

Hammers, Ballpein 131 

Blacksmiths' 132 

Brick 135 

Carriage Ironers' 132 



PAOB. 

Hammers, Chipping 133 

" Coopers' 179 

Drill 135 

" Engineers' 131 

" Farriers' 134 

" Masons' 135 

Nail 130 

" Napping 135 

" Rivetting 133 

Set 33 

" Shoemakers' 133 

" Shoe Turning 134 

Handles, Adze 142 

'" Auger 109 

" Awl 100 

Axe 142 

Chisel 161 

File 101 

Hatchet 142 

" Hammer 142 

Pick 142 

Plane 125 

" Saw 118 

Scoop 244 

Seat 81 

Shovel 241 

Sledge 112 

" Soldering Copper 161 

Spade 244 

Handspikes 142 

Hardies, Blacksmiths' 33 

Hatchets, Broad 141 

Claw IK) 

Hunters' 140 

" Lathing 141 

Shingling 140 

Headlights 251 

Heads, Boiler •. 2 

Headers, Bolt 33 

Hinges, Tail-board 84 

Hold-backs 78 

Holders, Bit 103 

Felloe 63 

Shackle 83 

Books, Belt 257 

" Bench 166 

" and Thimbles 228 

•< Whiffletree 76, 92 

Bowels, Coopers' 179 



Inclinometers 157 

Iron, Angle 2 

" Bar and Bundle 2 

" Corrugated 4, 5 

" Norway 2 

" Plate 2, 3 

" Sheet, Black and Galvan- 
ized 2, 3 

" Railroad 6 

" Track 6 



JnclejE. 



im;e. 

Iron, Weight of 282 to 285 

Irons, Comer 73, 79 

" Slat 70 

" Stake 84 

" Tuyere 27 

" T and Shaft 79 



Jacks, Hydraulic 238 

" Wagon 234 

Joints, Concealed 79 

" Stump 70 

Jointers, Coopers' 179 



Knives, Champer 177 

" Drawing 100 

" Farriers' 51 

Knobs, Carriage 73 



Lacings, Belt 256 

Ladles, Melting 236 

Lamps, Carriage 249 

Dash Board 249, 250 

" Miners' Hat 235 

Reflecting 251 

Side 250 

Lanterns 246 to 248 

Lead, Bar 195 

" Pig 195 

Leather, Lace 256 

Levels, Pooket 157 

Levelers, Coopers' 179 

Lifters, Moulders' 239 

Lines, Chalk 163 

" Masons' 163 

" Trot 163 

Links, Repair 19 

Shackle 83 

Lock, Nut 137 

Loops, Body 62, 82 

Check si 

Neok Yoke 82 

Peroh 82 

Lubricators 224 



Machines, Bolt Cutter. 41 

" Boring 99 

" Hub Boxing 96 

Magnets 896 

Malleables 76 to 90 

Mallets 12!) 

Mandrils, Blacksmiths' 89 



PAOB. 

Mauls 137 

Measure, Board 154 

Menders, Hose 210 

Mortars and Pestles 235 



3sr 



Nails, Bellows 26 

" Boat 263 

" Brad 266 

" Chair 267 

" Cigar Box 267 

" Clinch 263 

" Clout 267 

" Copper 263 

•' Cut 263 

" Finishing 266 

" Galvanized 263 

" Hob 267 

" Horse 50 

" Hungarian 267 

" Number to Pound 293 

" Track 263 

" Wire 261, 265 

" Weight of 293 

Nippers, End Cutting 183 

" Farriers' 51 

Nuts, Axle 8, 83 

" Square and Hexagon 16 

" Tail Board 84 

" Thumb 80 

" Top Prop 71 

" Weight of 291 



Offsets 61, '''-' 

Oilers 192 



Packing 

Weight of 

Fads, Step 66,67, 

Pans, Gold 

Paper, Emery 198 

Sand 198 

Pencils 1W 

Picks 

. Carpenters'. i x - ; 
Farriers'. 

Shoemakers" 

Tip,-, Blank. IM 

" Galvanized ... 19!' 

'• Sheet Iron 

" Weight of 'i*', 29* 

Pipes, Hose 209 

Planes HO to 136 

Plates. Felloe 63 



VIZ 

PAQB. 

Plates, Fish 6 

" Name 73 

" Perch 60 

" Screw 40 

" Spring 82 

" Whiffletree 65, 76, 77 

Plugs, Rubber 208 

" Sink 208 

" Wash Tray 208 

Plumbago 255 

Plumbs and Levels 155 to 157 

Plyers 184, 185 

Pointers, Spoke 98 

Points, Drive Well 199 

" Trammel 171 

Pots, Glue 164 

Props, Top 71 

Protractors, Bevel 175 

Pulls, Bell 237 

Pumps, Fountain 198 

Force 197,198 

Oil 220 

Suction 196 

Punches, Belt 258 

Drive 1 SLi 

Pri-k 181 

Revolving 182 

" and Shears 29 

Solid lsl 

Spring 182 

Tinners' 181 

Kail, Foot 73 

" Shirting 69 

Hasps 

Hatchets, Hreak 58 

Reamers, Taper u 

Rednoere, Hose 

Reel, Chalk Line 163 

Retorts 386 

Riddles 340 

Bjmmers, Pomp 109 

Risers, Seat 

Rivets, Various 17. is 

" Top Prop 71 

" Weight of J- 

Itods, (ranging 154 

Rope - 

- Weight of 292 

Rules, Boxwood 151 6. 168 

" Ivory 154 

" Steel 173 

" Shrink 173 

" Triangular 173 



Sand, Welding 

Saws, Various. 110 to 118 

Scoops 244 



VVUl 



Irxdes:. 



Scrapers, Coopers' 179 

Boad 234 

Tube 226 

Screw Drivers 162 

Screw Plates 40 

Screws, Bench 165 

Brass 260 

Hand 06 

Iron 259, 260 

Jack 238 

Knob 261 

Lag 13 

Machine 262 

Plated 261 

Saw 118 

Set 262 

" Thoroughbrace 9 

Trap 208 

Sets,Nail 164 

" Bivet 182 

" Saw 167, 168 

Setters, Band 94 

Shackles, Spring. 63, 82 

Shaves, Coopers' 177, 178 

Spoke 99, 177 

Shears, Bench and Hand 180 

Sheep 269 

Sheaves, Common and Patent 230 

Shoes, Horse Mule and Ox. . 46 to 49 

Shot, Size and Weight of 294 

Shovels 242, 243 

Skeins, Thimble 7 

Sledges 136 

Slickers, Moulders' 239 

Slicks, Carpenters' 127 

Slips, Oilstone 191 

Snips, Tinners' 180 

Sockets, Drill 38 

Beach. 60 

Whip 74 

Solder 195 

Spades 243 

Spikes, Boat 263 

Bailroad 6 

Hand 142 

Weight of 292,293 

Spoons, Drill 235 

Springs, Carriage 9 

Weight of 290 

Sprinklers, Hose 209 

Lawn 209 

Squares, Caliper 174 

" Center 175 

Iron 143 

Mitre 146 



PAQB. 

Squares, Steel 143, 174 

Try 144 

" Try and Mitre 145 

T 175 

Staples, Bed Spring 269 

Blind 269 

Fence 272 

Steel, Various 1 

Steps, Body 67, 86, 87 

" Carriage 67,88, 89 

" Side Bar 67 

Sticks, Yard 154 

Stocks and Dies 38, 39 

" " for Gas Pipe. 188, 189 

Stones, Oil and Sand 191 

Stops 205, 206 

Strainers 208 

Stretchers, Telegraph 254 

" Wire 272 

Studs, Belt 257 

Swages, Blacksmith 33 

" Saw 170 

Swivels 85 

T 

Tacks 269, 270 

Tapes, Measuring 148, 150 

Taps, Gas 189 

" Blacksmiths' & Machinists' 

41, 42 

" Eeamer and Drill 189 

Teeth, Harrow ; 90 

Telegraph Ciphers 273 to 281 

Thimbles, Rope 228 

Thimble Skeins 7 

Ties, Kingbolt 60 

" Stay End 63 

Tillers and Boxes 117 

Tips, Neck SToke 78, 93 

" Pole 78, 94 

" Shaft 78, 92 

" Whiffletree 92, 93 

Tongs, Blacksmiths' 33, 34 

" Gas Pipe 186 

Tongues, Whiffletree 75 

Tools, Blacksmiths' 33 

" Coopers' 177 to 179 

" Moulders' 239, 240 

Trowels, Brick 241 

Moulders' 239 

Plasterers' 241 

Painting 241 

Trucks, Store 233 

Tubes, Boiler 227 



TAGE. 

Tubes, Weight of 290 

Turnbuckles 19 

Tuyeres 27 

"CX 

Upsetters 28, 29 

Useful Information 282 to 296 



T7" 

Valves, Air 217 

Angle 211 

Check 213 

" Foot 199 

Garden 210 

Globe 211 

" Lower Check 199 

Safety 211 

Straight Way 212 

Vises 20 to 25 

Saw Filers' 169, 170 

" Coopers' 179 

Washers, Iron 16 

Tail Board 84 

Weight of 291 

Waste Cotton 255 

" and Washers 208 

Wedges 136 

Wheelbarrows 232, 233 

Wheels, Car 5 

Fifth 59, 78 

Emery 268 

Whistles, Speaking Tube 237 

Steam 220 

Wicking, Candle 253 

Wire 252 

" Barbed 272 

" Weight of 287 

Wrenches, Brace 95 

" Combination 187 

" Diagonal 45 

Malleable 83 

Pipe 186, 187 

S 45 

" Sorew 45 

Tap 41 



YokeB, Clip 57 



STEEL. 

Crescent— American. 

BEST REFINED TOOL QUALITY. 

Round, Square and Octagon, ' ._. to 2 inches ; Flat, s& to 1 by ]4 to 4 inches Cts. per lb 

OCTAGON. 
'4 inch 05 



size, initio 


Ft 


in. h 


by ' 4 inch wid 


';■; " 


" 


A " 


' " 


1 : " 


-V: " 


A " 


X to I " 


# " 


1 ! ; to 4 


<V i 6 '• 


</ A and 5-16 " 


3-16 « 


A to yi 


3-16 " 


; -i to 5 


Va " 


5-16 to >/< " 


Va " 


?;;to6 


Va " 


SA to 6 " 


n " 


A l A to 6 " 


1 


A% to 6 " 


i'/i " 


4 to 6 " 


i* " 


3^ to 6 " 



cts. per Mi. si/o. inihes. 
Extra. 



Cts. per III. 
Extra. 



°s 

°5 
°5 
°5 
10 

°5 
02 

°5 
or 
01 
01 
01 



5-. 6 

A 



°3 
01 



ROUND AND SQUARE. 



inch. 



3-15 " 

A " 

5-16 " 

H " 

2 yd to 3 inches 01 

3 ! .: to 6 " 02 



25 

°S 
°3 
01 



HAMMER AND PICK QUALITY. 
Square, '_• to 2 : Flat, ■'« to 1 by ' _• to 4 inches Cts. per lb. 



SQUARE. 



Size, inches. 

' 4 inch 

5->6 " 

Vk " 

2'/& to 3 inches 01 

lA to 4 " 02 



Cts. per Hi. Extra. 

06 

°4 

01 



si/.e. inches. 

4 ' . ins ii" hes. 

5 1 mo " 



SQUARE. 



Cts. per ii-. Extra, 

05 

08 



FLAT. 



■ ; x to 1 inch by aA to 6 inches 01 

Crescent Extra, — Special for Lathe, Planer and Slotter Tools, Taps, Punches, etc. Add 1 cent per lb. to 

refined. 

Crescent, like all fine steels, to give satisfactory results, should be worked at as low a heat as possible, with a 
good supply of fuel and a very gentle blast, and hardened at a very low cherry red. 



MACHINERY QUALITY. 

Round, ' _. to 2 inches ( 'Is. per lb. 

Size, inches. ROUND. Ct* per lb, Extra. 

's inch 01 

-' ' ; to 3 " Ol 

.!' : l" 4 " 03 

) ' ■■; to 5 " 06 

to 6 " 09 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Toe Calk 

Tire 

Plow 

Spring 

Spring, ' ,; inch thick 

Hammered German 

Saw Plate. No. 26 gauge to 3 1 ft in. thick 



i t-. per Hi. 



Nn y 1 < > 1 ''s— English. 

Best Cast Tool ; all the leading sizes of Flat, Octagon, Round and Square. 



Round, Square and Octagon, ' - to 2 ; Flat, ■• i to 1 by '_• to 4 inch. 

F.xtra sizes advance same as Crescent. 

EPirth's-English. 

Lest Cast Tool ; all the leading sizes of Octagon. 

Ficst Cast Tool. ( Ictagon, ' . to 2 

Besl Cist Tool, Quarter Octagon. - 4 and - for granite drills and chisels. . . . 



er Ih. 



•c-r lb 



Muslicfs English. 

. for Lathe and Planer Tools Cts. per lb. 

We arc agents for the Pacific Coast, for the "OtisSteeL," and < an also furnish, on specification, P.. tif.k 

Head, Bon 1 k Pi we, and Smoke Stack Steei , cut to dimensions. 



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Hvurvtirigton, Hopkins & Co. 



IRON. 

Refined. 

Bound and Square, % to 2 iDCh ; Plat, ? a to 1 by l 1 ^ to 4 inches Cts. per lb. 



-Size, inches. 
3-16 



ROUND AND SQUARE. 



5-16 

% and 7-16. 



Cfce. perlb. Extra. 

4 

2 

I 1 . 

1 



1 {, 9-16, 5 „, and 11-16 % 

% to 2 

2'„ to 2'., '. 'j 

3to3i 4 % 



VA- 



M 

3% and4 1 

ii 4 and \Y Z 1' 4 

W Hi 

5and5>4 2 

5y, and 5% 1% 

6 3 

BAND. 

No. 12 to 3-16 by 5 8 inch wide 2 

No. 12 to 3-16 by % inch wide 1», 

No. 12 to 3-16 by 7 8 inch wide I 1 ., 

No. 12 to 3-16 by 1 and V„ inch wide 1 

No. 12 to 3-16 by 1' 4 to 6 inch wide ', 

HOOP. 
Prices subject to special quotations. 

GALVANIZED. 

3 1 ., cents advance on Hoop and Band. 

3 cents advance on Bar. 



Size, Inches. FLAT. 

> 4 and 5-16 by % 

•4 and 5-16 by % to 1 

y and 5-16 by 1% to 3 

>4 and 5-16 by 3 1 j to 5 

.'4 and 5-16 by 5 '4 to 6 

No. 12 to 2 inch by 7 and 8 

% and 7-16 by '., .' 

':; to 9-16 by % 

: ;. to % by % 

% to ', by 7 » and 1 

% to 1 by l'ji to 4. 

% to 1 by 4 ' 4 to 6 

l'„ tol',, by lV„ / to4 

l', : to lUby 4 '4 to6 

1 V. to 2 by 2H t" 4 

1\, f.i 2 by 4>4 to 6 



Cte. ]>er lb. 



V; by ', tol 

'„ by l'.| and wider . 

3-16 by ; „ and 1 

3-16 by 1 '| and wider . . 

! 1 by 1 and wider 

V and thicker, all widths. 



ANGLE- 



Extra. 

m 

% 

'.. 

1 

2 

V4 

1 

a 

l 4 
I) 



% 



3 

2'. 
1'i 
1>., 
1 



OVAL HALF OVAL AND HALF ROUND. 

'■:, and '., 2 

% and wider 1 >., 



JSToi'way. 

Round and Square, % to 2 inoh ; Flat, % to 1 '4 inch thick 



.Cts. per lb. 



Size, inches. ROUND AND SQUARE. Cts, per lb. Extra. 

> 4 and 5-16 •, 

3 «to % '4 

, to2 

2> 8 to4 '4 

Nail Rods 1 

Shoe Shapes 



size, inches. 

'„ and 3-16 thick.. 

>4 and 5-16 thick 

% to 1' 4 thick 

1 ■:, to 2 thick 

( hal and Half Oval. 
Half Round 



FLAT. 



Cts. pet lb. Extra. 



Plate. 

0. No. 1, No. 12, and thicker Cts. per lb. 

C.H. No. 1, No. 12 and thicker " 



Boiler Head. 

C. H. No. 1 : Cts. per lb. 



Flanged to Order. 



San Francisco ccnoZ. ScLcrcLnxento. 



SHEET AND PLATE IRON. 



Black:. 

Refined. 



No. 



-24 x 

24" 

24" 

24" 

30" 

3°" 
3°" 
32 " 
32" 
34" 
34" 
36" 
36" 
38" 
40" 
40" 
42" 
42" 
44" 
44" 
48" 



No. 14' 



48 " 1 20. 



No. 



24" 

24" 
24" 
3°" 
3°" 
30" 
3°" 
36" 
16 — 24 " 
24" 
24" 
3° " 
3°" 
3°" 
[6 - 

< — 24 " 
24" 
24" 
3°" 
3° " 
-24 " 
24 " 
24 " 
22— a 4 « 

»4 " 

3°" 
30" 
36" 

No. .\) — 24 " 
- I " 
30" 

3" " 



72. 
84. 
90. 

72- 



No. 18- 



No. 20- 



No. 



Cts, per Hi. 



72. 

84. 

96. 

120. 

72- 

96. 

120. 

96. 

120. 

9 6. 
120. 

96. 
120. 
120. 

96. 
1 20. 

96. 
120. 

96. 
120. 

96. 



9 6 
144. 

96. 

72- 

84. 

9 6. 

72. 

96. 
144. 

96. 

72. 

84 

96. 

7»- 

84. 

72. 

84. 

96. 

7 2. 

84. 

72- 

84. 
84 

7- 
84, 

/-■ 
84 
84. 



Refined Continued. 



No. 
No. 
No. 



No. 

9 

T 2 
»3 



No. 
No. 
No. 



No. 



No. 



-24X 72. 

24" 8 4 . 

-24" 72. 

24" 84. 

-24 " 84. 



Cts. per II). 



Russia. 

28 x .Mi. 



Weight. 
per Sheft. 

8 !bs. 



iu- 74 

"-'t 



Wire Gauge. 

No. 27 

" 24^. 
" 24 . 



Cts. per lh. 



G-alvanized. 



Refined. 





-•1 


V 


[6 




-'7 


V 





-24 X 
-24" 

-24 " 

24" 

24" 
30" 
-' I " 
24 ■• 
24 " 

-24" 

'I •' 

-I " 
-24 " 

3°" 
14 - 

-I " 



9 6. 
96. 
72- 
84. 
96. 
96. 
72- 
84. 
9 6 
72- 
84. 
96 
7-'. 
84. 
7 2. 

84. 

7 2. 
84. 
7-'- 



- t- p« lb, 



Charcoal. 






V 



V 

No 









\ 
\ 






24x72.. 
24 •• 84. 

.•1 '• .1". 
24 ■• 72.. 

24 ■• .,(>. . 

24-84. 
24" 72.. 
24 •• 84 
24 " 96.. 

24 •• 72.. 
24" 84.. 

;,o '• 84. . 

2 ( " 84. 
24 " 84. 



In addition to the above, we < .irry in stork Plate Iron. ('. No. : ami CH S. 11 ami 

5 i(> and s inch thick, .ill ordinary widths and lengths 

Any other sizes furnished to order, shipments being made from the Bast by Rail or Steamer. 



Hxxnttngtoix, Hopkins & Co. 



CORRUGATED SHEET IRON. 

For < lovering the Roofs and Sides of Buildings. 




Corrugated Sheet [ron lias the following qualities, essential to all covering material : 

It is Fire, Lightning, Water and Wind Proof. 

It is the strongest known form of Sheet Iron, and imparts material strength to the structure to which it is 
attached by its lineal rigidity. 

It allows for the use of a light frame, being a support in itself. 

A building covered with it makes a handsome appearance. 

Every corrugation is a channel in itself, carrying off the water quickly nut allowing it to remain and rust the 
roof. 

It provides for contraction and expansion without warping or displacing the sheet 

There is no solder to crack off with the heat, as on tin. 

It is the cheapest covering, considering its lasting qualities. 

It never wears out, if kept properly painted. 

It is easier to put on than any other metal covering ; any one who can drive a nail can attach it. 

It can be readily taken off and moved from one building to another. 

Corrugated Iron is used for Roofs and Sides of Buildings. It is usually laid directly upon the purlins of 
.Roofs, and held in place by Nails. 

The corrugations are made of various sizes, ranging from i ' 4 inch to 5 inches wide, from center to center, 
and - ;-; to 1 inch deep. The size of corrugations manufactured by us is a medium one (3'.- wide, -',-; deep), 
which is more pleasing to the eye, and more economical than larger corrugations. The size of sheets we gen- 
erally use are 22 and 24 gauge thick, 24, 30 and 36 inches wide, and 6, 7 and 8 feet long, although other 
gauges and lengths can be corrugated when desired. 

Perhaps the most convenient sized sheets to use are 30 inches in width, which, allowing for corrugations and 
laps, will cover about 24 inches of the surface of the roof. 

One corrugation is allowed for lap in the width of the sheet, and from 4 to 6 inches in the length, according 
to pitch of roof. 

By one corrugation is meant the double curve between corresponding points; and by depth of corrugation, 
the greatest deviation from the straight line measured between the concave surfaces of the corrugated sheets. 



Seen Franctsco ctnd Sctcj^cnrte/ito. 



Corrugated and Curved Sheet Iron. 

For Ceilings in Fire-Proof Buildings. 





The curved corrugated iron rests on the lower flanges of 
the beams, the space being filled with concrete, to or 
above the top of the beams, as desired. The principal merits 
of this style of Ceiling are : strength, lightness, cheapness, 

and its FIRE-PROOF QUALITIES. 

These arches have often been tested, and have never shown 
any deflection at a load of 1,000 lbs. per square foot, and very 
ittle deflection at 2,000 or 3,000 lbs. per square foot. 



Showing Curved Sheet in place in ceiling of a fire- 
proof Building. 



Table giving Sizes and Weights of Corrugated Iron for Roofs and Sides of Buildings, calculated for sheets 30 

inches wide before corrugation : 





Weight, pet 


Square Foot. 


w li^-iii mi Bquare (100 Square Fe< 
lap in length, ."id ■"'■ incheSi or ont rogation 


l. mi, allowing Inches 

n *\ nitii ..I sheet 


EinBham Thickness in parts 
Birrmngnam 0( all ihrll 


Flat. Corrugated . 


For sheets the tollou ing lengths, 






Lbs. 


1,1 «. 


Feet. 7 Feet. 


.■< Feet. 


20 

24 
26 


■°3S 

.028 

.022 
.01S 


1.40 

1 12 

.88 


1.76 

1. 41 

1. 1 1 

.91 


192 190 

154 '5- 

12 1 I20 

99 97 


1 88 

'5° 

1 

97 



The Galvanizing of Sheet Iron adds about one third of a pound per square fool to it-- 

Prices furnished upon application. 



CAR WHEELS. 




For Mining and Street Cars; Narrow and Broad Guage Roads. 
Prices furnished upon application. 



6 



HnrttirhgtorL, Hopkins £>- Co. 



RAILROAD IRON. 




n. 



35 



4° 



+5 



5° 



56 



60 



Weight per yard, lbs 12 

Ok. per lb 

Rails 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 56 lbs. to the yard are rolled in 30 teet lengths ; 16, 20. 25 and 30 lbs. to the 
yard, 24 feet lengths ; 1 2 lbs. to the yard, 20 feet lengths. 



It requires for a Mile of Track : 



352 Rails in 30 feet lengths. 
377 Rails in 2S feet lengths. 



440 Rails in 24 feet lengths. 
52.S Rails in 20 feet lengths. 



Fish 3?lates and Chairs. 



Fish Plate Bolts. 



1 't-. per lb. 1 !ta. each, 

6375 lbs. Fish Plates per mile, foi 50 and 66 lbs. rail, 1450 B..lts. >,x:('j iu.. per mile for 56 to 45 lbs. rail. 

si*' :: :: f f,ir .£;.,- ,,'/. "»> - - - " ror35to40 •• 

29UK for 30, &> and 41 > " 

tor25 „ 1450 ',s2', for .ill 

1615 " " tor 16 and 20 " l"^ 1 " "-16x2 " for 25 

275 lbs. Ohaire for 12 and 8 lbs. rails 2160 •' '.xl-, " for 16 and 20 " 



Railroad Spikes. 



6000 lbe K. li. Spikes, 9-16x6 in., per mile for 45 to ft I lb. rail. Number iu 100 lbs., INI Ct«. per lb 



4500 


.. 1 


for 35 to tn 


4iiKi 


•• 7-16x4', 


tor 26 to 30 


3300 


" 1 x4 


for If, U> 20 


2700 


.. 


for 12 


2100 


" 5-16x3^ 


for 8 to 12 



260. 
334. 
487. 

590.. 
857.. 



Thickness, inches...'., A 5-16 
Width, inohes 1 ' 4 



Size of holes, inches. 



5-16 



Track Cron. 

For Tramways, Etc. 

'. ^4 5-16 ', ', ,v 5-16 1, 'j*5-16 % 

1'4 1'.. 1', l'o 1% 1', l'.'i 2 2 



5-16 



5-16 



Punching and countersinking % and 5-16 iron ". . .Cts. per hole 

Punching " ^ s and \i " " 

Other sizes punched and counter-sunk to suit any style of spike, for which special rates will lie charged. 



5-16 



Scurc Fj-cltxclsco ctnd. SctcrcLnze7zto. 



7 



CUMBERLAND GOAL. 

This article we import by the cargo from the Jackson Vein, Georges Creek Mine, which is acknowledged to 
be the best that conies to this market. We deal in no other kind of coal, so purchasers can depend on getting 
a pure article. We guarantee all our coal to he First Class. It is stored under cover in our brick ware- 
house, and consequently the quality is not impaired by exposure. 

In Sacks, 250 to 300 lbs. each Per ton, $ 



THIMBLE SKEINS. 





Seamless. 



Size, tnchoa. Per »et. 

-;. by X $5 50 

^j by 8 5 75 

z}i by S'_. 6 25 

3 by 9 7 °° 

3 'i by 10 7 5° 

j ! ■ 1 1\ 1 1 X 00 

3J6 by 12 8 50 5 by 14 

3 K by 11 y 00 



Btze, null* ''er set. 

.?■', by !-• $ 9 5° 

4 by 1 j '05° 

4't by 12 11 75 

4' \ by !-• i' 75 

'3 '3 5° 

5 by 13 15 °° 

16 00 



1'ipe Boxes to fit above Skeins carried in stoi k 




TT 



\Y i-< >ugb 1 s < eel. 



j'.. by 8 $ y 00 

y 00 

3 by .1 

iyio ... 10 75 



y 11 $'- 0O 

\ '.In 1: ' -' o° 

■ " 

' 



Huntington., Hopkins & Co. 



AXLES. 




Kinsley. 

i to 4 inches Cts. per lb. 



Concord. 



to -' - J i inc lies 



Cts. per lb. 






■■jQ^mZ^m^L 



Crank. 

Kinsley or Com ord, 1 ; 4 to i inches, made to order. 

Half Patent. 




Size, inches %< 1& and i, 

Short Bed, per set. . . .$ 

Long " " $ 

Extra for Case Hardening, per set., }& to i% inches 

Extra for Fan Tails, per set, % to i </{ inches 

Extra for Coach Shape, per set, i !g and i% inches. 



Besl Selected [ron. 



■ • 



i ind i ! in< hes. . 
i ■ and i '_. ini hes 



X. 



Steel. 






<>A 



Size, inches 

Short Bed, per set 

Long Bed, per set $ 

No extra charge for Fan Tailing. 

Extra for Nickle Plated Nuts on all Half Patent Axles Per set, $ 

Pipe Boxes and Axle Nuts. 

All sizes, to fit above Axles, carried in stock. 

When ordering Half Patent Axle Boxes, give the inside diameter of both ends, and the entire length of 
the Box. 



Scux Frcuxcisco cuxd. Sacramento. 



9 



SPRINGS. 




Elliptic. 

Bright, Oil Tempered. 

i ' + and i - ; H inches, 3, 4 and 5 leaf, 34 inches and longer Cts. per lb. 

1 J _. inches and wider, " " 34 " " " 

1 '4 to 1 Y? inches wide, " " 28 to 30 inches long " 

t ! + to 1 )A inches wide, " ''32 inches long " 

a — * * ^ 

Side. 

Bright, Oil Tempered. 
1 '_., 1 <_, and 2 inches wide, 4, 5 and 6 leaves, 48 to 62 inches long Cts. per lb. 





Seat. 

Painted. 

Width, inches i% 

No. of leaves 2 

Length, inches 16 

Per pair $ 

Bright, Oil Tempered 

2 2 

28 30 



Width, inches. . 
No. of leaves . . . 
Length, inches 
Per pair 



.5 



3° 





■'; 




1 




■'■ 


■'-■ 




3 




3 




2 


3 




28 




>9 




28 


29 


red 

1 








''-■ 


'^ 


''-• 


2 




: 




3 


3 


3 


28 




3° 




18 


30 


3 = 



Sulky. 

Side Bent, Bright, Oil Tempered. 

Width, inches 1 ' | 

No. of leaves - 

Length, inches 

Pet pair $ 

PLATFORM AND SIDE-BAR SPRINGS MADE TO ORDER 

TJaoroughLbrace Screws. 







■'-■ 


3 


^ 


3 


ja 


J* 


3- 1 



Diameter of screw, inches 

Per pair $ 



.1 ii) 



1 1-16 



10 



Huntington, Hopkins $ Co. 



CARRIAGE BOLTS. 







American Refined Lron. 

With Turned Oval Heads and Forged Nuts 
Per 100. 



1-4 


n. 


5-16 


iu. 


3-8 


in. 


7-16 iu. 


1-2 


in. 


5-8 


iu. 


i in . 


$2 4 


itfin 


$2 70 


i/'n- 


$3 °° 


i3 4 in..$ 5 25 


i^in 


..$7 00 


3 in 


■$>5 °° 


1%.. 


. 2 40 


I/2-. 


. . 2 70 


lyi- 


• • 3 &° 


2 


. . .5 40 


2 


. 7 20 


l\i- 


■ ■ ' 5 4° 


xji.. 


.2 40 


'M ■ 


. .2 So 


■ 3 4 .. 


■3 7° 


-. 1 
- 4 


• -5 55 


2 '4- 


• • 7 4° 


3 l A- 


. . 15 So 


!#.. 


■2 45 


2 


. . 2 90 


2 


■3 7° 


2 ' i 


■ -5 7° 


;'_. 


. . . 7 60 


3- ; 4- 


. . 16 20 


2 


.2 50 


- + .. 


. .3 00 


**■■ 


■3 82 


= « 


••■5 «5 


*H- 


. . .7 80 


4 


..16 60 


*%■■ 


■2 55 


2 >4.. 


• ■ 3 IO 


2 ' 4 ■ ■ 


■3 95 


3 


, . . 6 00 


3 ■ 


... .8 00 


\}i 


..17 OO 


2%.. 


. 2 60 


■#■■ 


• -3 2 ° 


2j£.. 


. .4 08 


3% 


...6 ,5 


3 '4 - 


. . .8 20 


4'-' 


• • 1 7 4° 


2%.. 


.2 65 


3 ■• 


■3 3° 


3 ■ • 


. .4 20 


3 l A 


. . 6 30 


3%- 


. . . 8 40 


4-*4 


.17 So 


3 •• 


. 2 70 


%%■■ 


■3 40 


3X-- 


• -4 32 


3 3 A 


■" 45 


3 3 /4- 


. ..8 60 


5 ■ 


..18 20 


%%■■ 


•2 75 


%%■■ 


••3 5° 


3',-. 


■4 45 


4 


... 6 60 '• 


4 


. . .8 So 


sA- 


. . 19 00 


&■■ 


.2 80 


3U- 


. .3 60 


3*-- 


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... 9 00 


6 . 


. . 19 80 


3%-- 


.2 85 


4 • • 


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4/ 


... 6 90 


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. . .9 20 


ty 2 . 


. . 20 60 


4 • ■ 


. 2 90 


4X-- 


..3 80 


4K- 


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4- ; 4 


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\9 4° 


7 ■ 


..21 40 


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. . 22 20 


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4^-- 


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5 l A- 


. 1 00 


8 


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6 


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. .23 80 


5 •■ 


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672 


. . .8 10 


O 1 ,. 


. . 10 So 


« 


. . 24 60 


5%- 


■3 2 ° 


6 . . 


■4 5° 


6 . . 


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7 


. . . 8 40 


7 ■ 


..11 20 


9' ■ 


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6 .. 


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6 ' , . . 


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7 • ■ 


, .4 90 


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. .7 20 


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. . 13 60 


'5 ■ 


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. . . 10 80 


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. .6 30 


11 


. . 8 20 


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18 . 


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12 . . 

13 • • 

14 . . 

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. . 8 70 
•9 20 

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.17 60 
. . 18 40 
. . 19 20 




































'7 








Please make void Page 10 of onr Catalogue, and insert this to face it. 



San Francisco and. Sacramento. 



JVe\r 10 



CARRIAGE BOLTS. 




.A-merican Refined Iron. 

With Oval Heads and Forged Nuts. 
Per too. 



I* — 

134... 
2 . . . 

234... 

3 ••• 

sX — 

& — 

3H--- 

4 ... 
4%... 
4J4 . . . 

434 .. . 

5 ■•• 
$%■■■ 

6 ... 

6#... 

7 ••• 

8 ... 

9 ... 

9 y 2 ... 
10 



1-4 in. 

$2 40. 
40. 
40. 
45- 
5° ■ 
55 • 
60. 

°5- 

70. 

75- 
80. 

85- 
90. 

95- 
00. 

10. 
20. 

3° • 
40. 

5°- 



5-16 in. 



3-8 in. 



7-16 in. 



1-2 in. 



5-8 in. 



3-4 in. diam. 



•$3 00. 

• 3 10. 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 4 

■ 4 

■ 4 

• 4 

• 4 
4 

• 4 

• S 

• s 

s 
■ s 

• 5 
. 6 
, 6 
. 6 



20. 

3°- 

40. 

5°- 
60. 
70. 
80. 
90. 
00. 
10. 
20. 

3°- 

40. 

60 

80. 

00. 

20. 

40 

60. 

80. 

00. 

20. 



. $4 00 . 
• 4 15- 



3°- 
45- 
60. 

75- 
90. 

°5- 
20. 

35- 



5 5°- 



65- 
80. 
10. 
40. 
70. 



$600 $725 

6 20 7 5° 

6 4° 7 75 

6 60 8 00 

6 80 8 25 $15 00 $17 2c 

7 00 8 50 15 4c 17 90 

7 20 8 75 15 80 18 60 

7 40 9 00 16 20 19 60 

7 60 9 25 16 60 20 00 

7 80 9 50 17 00...' 21 50 

8 00 9 75 17 4° 22 25 

8 20 10 00 17 80 22 75 

8 40 10 25 18 20 23 00 

880 1075 1900 2450 

9 20 11 25 19 80 26 00 

9 60 11 75 20 60 27 50 



00 10 00 . 



. . . 1 -> 25 21 40 29 00 

30 10 40 12 75 22 20 30 50 

60 10 80 13 25 23 00 32 00 

90 11 20 13 75 23 80 33 S° 

8 20 11 60 14 25 24 60 35 00 

8 50 12 00 '4 75 25 40 36 50 

40 8 80 12 40 15 25 26 20 38 00 

n 9 40 13 20 16 25 27 80 41 00 

12 10 00 14 00 17 25 29 40 44 00 

13 14 80 18 25 31 00 47 °° 

14 15 60 '9 25 32 60 50 00 

15 2025 3420 5300 

16 21 25 3580 5600 

17 37 40 59 00 

18 39 °° 6200 

,o 68 00 



Over. 



Please make void Page 11 of our Catalogue, »«d insert this to face it. 



New 1J Hizntington, Hopkins & Co. 



CARRIAGE BOLTS. 



Eagle. 

Norway Iron, with Turned Oval Heads and Forged Nuts. 

Revised Price List, adopted October 7th, 1HH4. 

Per 100. 

1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 in. 5-16 in. 3-8 in. 7-16 in. 1-2 in. diam. 

i $3 oo i y 2 $4 oo 2 $5°° 2 $7 40 2 $ 9 00 

1%.: 3 10 1% 4 00 2% 5 20 2%. 7 00 2% 9 50 

iy 3 20 2 410 2 i /i 5 4° 2^2 7 80 3 10 00 

1% 3 30 2 14 4 20 2% 5 60 2 y A 8 00 z)/ 2 10 50 

2 3 40 2y 2 4 40 3 5 80 3 8 20 4 n 00 

2 A 3 5° 23 A 4 5° 3% 6 °° 3/2 8 60 4^ 11 50 

2}| 3 60 3 470 s'A 6 2 ° 4 9 °° 5 12 00 

2% 3 7° 3'A 4 9° 3 3 A 6 4° 4 l A 9 4o sy 2 12 50 

3 3 80 $y 5 00 4 6 60 5 9 80 6 13 00 

3A 3 9° 3 3 A 5 20 4^ 7 00 5 A IO 2 ° t>'A 13 50 

3A 4 00 4 5 30 5 7 4c 6 10 60 7 14 00 

3 3 A 4 10 4^ . . 5 70 5^ 7 80 6'/ 2 11 00 7^ 14 50 

4 4 20 5 6 00 6 8 20 7 1 1 40 8 15 00 

4# 4 35 sA 6 3° &A 8 60 Ty 2 11 80 sy 15 50 

4y 4 50 6 6 60 7 9 00 8 12 20 9 16 00 

5 4 80 6y 7 00 714 9 40 sy 12 60 9J4 16 50 

%y 2 5 10 7 73° 8 9 80 9 1 3 00 10 17 00 

6 5 4° 7^ 7 °° & A IO 2 ° 9 A '3 4° toy 17 50 

ty 5 7° 8 7 90 9 10 60 10 13 80 ii 18 00 

7 6 00 &y 2 8 20 $y 1 1 00 11 14 60 12 19 00 

Ty 6 30 9 850 10 11 40 12 15 40 14 21 00 



TIRE BOLTS. 




Eagle. 

Norway Iron, with Forged Nuts. 

Revised Price List, adopted October 7th, 1884. 

Per 100. 
1-8 and 3-16 in. 1-4 in. 5-16 in. 3-8 in. 7-16 in. diam. 

1 $1 5° 'X $' 9° *A $ 2 7° 2 $5 00 2 $ 7 4° 

'X '5° ''A 2 00 i3 4 2 85 2y 5 20 2% 7 60 

S A* « 5° iX 2 !5 2 3 °5 2 A 5 4° 2 A 7 80 

l3 A '5° 2 2 25 2% 3 20 254 s 60 2^ 8 00 

2 ■ 6o 2 A 2 40 2 y 3 35 3 5 80 3 s 20 

2l A 1 6 5 'A 2 50 2% 3 50 3 y 6 20 314 8 60 

2 A 1 75 23 A ■ 2 6 5 3 3 65 4 . . 6 60 4 9 00 

2 X 1 80 3 275 3 y 3 95 41^ 7 00 4 y 9 40 

3 ' 9° 3A 2 9° 4 4 2 5 5 7 4° 5 9 80 

3A 2 °° 3A 3 00 4A 4 55 5A 7 80 5 y 10 20 

3/4 2 05 4 3 25 5 4 90 6 8 20 6 10 60 

Over. 



Sort JPrcLThcisco cured Sacrctniento 




CARRIAGE BOLTS. 

Eagle. 

Norway Iron, with Turned Oval Heads and Forged Nuts. 



1-2 in. diam. 

7 64 
2/2 806 

3 8 48 

3 l A 89° 

4 9 34 

4)4 9 76 

5 

Sj4, 10 60 

6 1 1 02 

6j4 1 1 44 

7 11 

7 ' -• 12 30 

8 1: j: 

-' ■•■ >3 14 

9 "3 5 6 

')' 14 00 

1° '4 4- 

to'A 14 84 

1 '5 26 

"J4 15 8 9 

12 1612 

-'-• 16 55 

13 t6 98 

'4 17 84 

15 18 62 





IS 


Hrzn tirtgton., 


Hopkins & Co. 






MACHINE BOLTS. 










1 11 ft 






■ HP 

Per too. 




Length, in. 1-4 in. 


5-16 in. 3-8 in. 7-16 in. 


1-2 in. '5-8 in. 3-4 in. 7-8 in. 


liu. 


i .... 


..$3 80 


. . .$4 oc 


...$4 75.... $5 50. 


. . $6 00. . . . $9 50 








■ • 3 9° 


... 4 10. 


... 4 87... 


5 55- 


.. 6 50. . . . 9 75. .. 










........ 


■3 9° 


... 4 10. 


... 4 87... 


5 SS-- 


■ ■ 6 50... . g 75 ■ • ■ 


$15 10. 








itf.... 


. . 4 00 


... 4 25. 


. . . 5 02. .. 


5 7° ■• 


675.... 10 00 . . . 


'5 5°- 








2 .... 


. . 4 00 


... 4 25. 


... 5 02... 


5 7°- 


6 75 ... . 10 00. . . 


'5 5°- 




$20 87 


•■$3° 75 


*%-•• 


. . 410 


... 4 40 . 


... 5 17... 


5 85.. 


.. 6 87. ... 10 25. . 


15 90. 




21 50 


... 31 62 


,'...... 


..410 


... 4 40. 


... 5 17... 


5 85.. 


6 87 ... . 10 25 . . . 


'5 9°- 




21 50 


... 31 62 


23^.... 


. . 4 20 


••• 4 55- 


... 5 32... 


6 00. . 


7 00. . . . 1050... 


i6 20 . 




22 12 


• ■• 32 5° 


3 •••• 


. . 4 20 


■•• 4 55 


... 5 32... 


6 00. . 


7 00 ... . 10 50 . . . 


16 20. 




22 12 


• •■ 32 5° 


3 V ■• 


■ ■ 4 35 


... 4 70 


... 5 47... 


6 .5. 


7 25.. .. 10 75.. . 


16 50. 




22 75 


■•• 33 37 


3/2.... 


•■ 4 35 


... 4 70. 


... 5 47... 


6 15.. 


.. 7 25.... 10 75.. . 


16 50. 




22 75 


• ■ ■ 33 37 


3* — - 


■4 5° 


... 485. 


.. . 5 62... 


6 30. . 


. . 7 50.... 11 25. . . 


16 80. 




24 62 


... 36 00 


4 


■■45° 


... 4 85 


.. . 5 62... 


6 30. 


7 50... . 11 25. . . 


16 80. 




24 62 


... 36 00 


4V? .... 


• ■ 4 65 


... 5 00 . 


... s 74... 


6 45- ■ 


7 75 •■•• " 5° ■ 


'7 '5- 




25 25 


... 36 87 


5 ■-•■ 


. . 4 80 


•■• 5 '5 


... 5 86... 


6 60 . . 


8 00. . . . 11 75 . . . 


'7 5°- 




25 75 


■ ■• 37 75 


S# — 


■ 4 95 


■■• 5 3° 


... 5 98... 


6 75- 


8 25 ... . 12 00. . . 


17 85. 




26 37 


... 38 62 


6 


• ■ 5 '° 


••• 5 45 ■ 


... 6 10 . . . 


6 90. 


8 50 12 50. . . 


18 2 S . 




27 12 


••■ 39 5° 


6^.... 


■5-5 


... 5 60 


.. . 6 22... 


7 10.. 


9 00 ... . 1300... 


18 70. 




27 75 


• ■ ■ 4° 37 


7 .... 


•■5 4° 


••• 5 75- 


• •• 34 • • • 


7 3°- • 


.. 9 25.... 13 25.. . 


19 20. 




28 37 


... 41 25 


7^.... 


■ 5 55 


... 5 90. 


. .. 6 46... 


7 5°- 


■. ■ 9 5°- • ■■ >3 75- ■ ■ 


19 70. 




29 00 


... 42 12 


8 


■5 7° 


... 6 05. 


... 6 58... 


7 75- 


ic 00 . . . . 14 00 . . . 


2° 25. 




29 62 


... 43 00 


8-4 ... . 


■ 5 85 


... 6 20. 


. .. 6 66... 


8 00 . . 


• ■ "° 25 14 75- ■ 


20 60. 




3° 25 


... 43 87 


9 .... 


. . 6 00 


••• & 35 ■ 


... 6 75 • • ■ 


8 25.. 


■ ■ 10 50. .. . 15 50. . . 


21 OO. 




3° 87 


■ ■ ■ 44 75 


9J«..-. 


.. 6 .5 


... 6 50 


... 7 00 . . . 


8 50.. 


. . 11 25 16 25. . . 


21 50. 




3 1 5° 


... 45 62 


10 .... 


. . 6 30 


... 6 65 . 


... 7 25... 


8 75 ■• 


1 2 00 ... . 1 7 00 . . . 


22 OO. 




32 25 


... 46 50 


io'/ 2 .... 






.. . 7 75 .. 


9 2 5- ■ 


■ ■ 12 50. . . . 17 65. . . 


22 50. 




32 87 


• 47 37 


11 .... 








... 8 00 . . . 


10 25 . 


13 00 ... . 18 25 . . . 


23 OO . 




33 5° 


... 48 25 


11^.... 








... 8 50... 


1° 75 •■ 


•■ 13 5 3 - • • • '9 5° 


23 5°. 




34 '- 1 


... 49 12 


12 .... 








... 9 00 . . . 


11 50. . 


1 4 00. . . . 20 00. . . 


24 00. 




35 I2 


... 50 OO 


13 












■■ '4 37 -° 75- • • 


25 25- 




3 6 75 


■ •■ 5' 75 


14 












'4 75- •■ 21 5°- ■ ■ 


26 50. 




37 87 


■ •■ 53 5° 


15 •••• 












. . 15 12. . . . 22 25. . . 


27 75 




38 5° 


■•■ 55 25 


16 












•• '5 5° 2 3 o°-. • 


29 00. 




4° 25 


... 57 00 


17 












. . 16 00. . . . 23 75. . . 


3° 25. 




4i 75 


■•■58 75 


18 .... 












. . 16 50. . . . 24 62 . . . 


3' 5°- 




43 12 


... 60 50 


19 












■ ■ '7 °° 25 37.. 


32 75- 




44 87 


: .. 62 25 


20 .... 












■■ '7 37 - • 26 12.. . 


34 °°- 




46 62 


... 63 00 


21 .... 












. . 17 75. ... 26 87.. . 


35 °°- 




48 25 


••■ 64 75 


22 .... 












. . iS 25 . . . . 27 62 ... . 36 00 




49 5 C 


... .66 50 


23 












iS 62 28 37 36 50. 




5° 5° 


... 68 25 


24 










. . 19 12. ... 29 25. ... 37 50. 




5' ■-' 


... 71 00 



Seen. Fi^ctixcisco ancL ScLcrcuiixervbo. 



13 



LAG SCREWS. 



Length, i 

2 
2%. 

3 • 
3%- 

4 ■ 
4^- 

5 • 
S%- 

6 . 

6^. 

7 ■ 
VA- 

8 . 

9 

„'. 
10 



io 1 




Per 100. 
5-16 in. 3-8 in. 7-16 in. "l-2 in. 

• $2 80 $3 20 $4 15 $4 45 

• • 2 9° 3 3° 4 25 4 9°' 

• 3 10 3 5° 4 5° 5 00 • 

• 3 3° 3 7° 4 75 5 3°< 

■ 3 5° 3 9° 5 °° 5 7° ■ 

• 3 7° 4 10 S 2 5 6 IO ' 

• 3 9° 4 3° 5 5° 

• 4 10 4 5° 5 75 

. 4 30 4 7° 6 00 

■ 4 5° 4 9°- • 6 25 

6 50 



6 75- 

7 00. 

7 2S 
7 5° 
7 75- 



H-i in. 



$7 9° 

8 30 $12 40 

.... 12 70 
.... 13 10 
.... 1 3 60 
.... 14 10 
.... 14 60 
15 10 



S 70 

g 10 

9 60 

10 10 

10 60 

11 10 



1 2 .'O 
.2 85 



6 60 

7 >° 

7 60 

8 10 

8 6 S .... 

9 20 

9 85 

'o 60 13 55 

11 30 14 20 

1 2 00 14 90 

1 2 60 • 5 60 20 40 

13 20 16 30 21 20 

1380 1 7 00 2 2 00 

14 40 17 70 22 80 

15 00 18 40 23 60 

'5 75 "9 'o -I 40 



1 1 60 15 60 

.... iii 40 

.... 1 7 00 

.... 18 00 

.... 1 8 80 

.... 1 9 60 



BOLT ENDS. 

r riTiTiiN iimiiiii 

V 



I Hameter, in< hes. 

Length 

Cis. pet lb. 



1 1 ' 1 - 

S o 10 11 1 2 13 1 ; 1 - 1 ; 1 ■'■ 

111 14 1 .- 1: i- 1 .- 14 14 M 16 I" 



14 



Hunting tort, JECopl^irxs $• Co. 



PLOW HOLTS 











$0* 


















Key Heac 


, and Short 
Per 


Square under 

IOC. 


Head. 








yengtb 


, ins. 1 


1 1-4 


1 1-2 


13-4 


2 


2 1-4 


2 1-2 


2 3-4 


3 


5.. 6 


$T 70 


$1 70 


$1 80 


$1 oo 


$2 00 


$2 10 


$2 20 


$2 30 


$2 40 


H 


2 00 


2 00 


2 10 


2 20 


2 30 


2 40 


2 50 


2 60 


2 70 


7-16 


2 60 


2 60 


2 75 


2 1)0 


3 05 


3 2 ° 


3 35 


3 5° 


3 65 


'-• 


3 5° 


3 5° 


3 7° 


3 9° 


4 >° 


4 3° 


4 5° 


4 7° 


4 9° 


5 « 


5 7° 


5 7° 


6 00 


6 30 


6 60 


6 90 


7 20 


7 5° 


7 So 



STOVE BOLTS. 




1 1-2 



13-4 



STEP BOLTS. 




Y A inch diameter, i}^, 1^, 1^ and 2 inches long, 
Per 100 $ 



5-16 inch diameter, 1 ' -, 1 \ ( and 2 inches long, 
Per 100 $ 



Scurv JPrcLrtcisco and. Sa-cranxertto. 



15 



\Y 1 1 LFFLETREE BOLTS. 







Spur Pattern. 




Black. 


5-16 inch diameter, 


3 inches long, per dozen 


S-,6 " 


3 y 2 ., 


5-16 " 


4 " 


S-16 " 


4 i/ 2 •' 


N " 


3^ ' . 


n " 


4 " « 


M " 


A y 2 « 



Black, Made of Norway Iron. 




Spur. 



SHAFT BOLTS. 



Black. 3-16 and 1.4 Inch Diameter. 

1 ength, inches i ' , , r ; j , 

Per 100 $ 



COUPLING BOLTS. 




Oonplfn 



Diameter, niches 
Pet 1 00 



5 '"• 







CONE HEAD BOLTS. 



1 ( inch diameter, 2 inches long. 

Per 100 $ 



5 16 inch diameter, 2^ long. 5 in inch diameter, 2' _- inches 



16 



HuLTvtirtgtoix, JHopl^cins & Co. 



SQUARE NUTS. 




>'A 
<A 

*X 



2^ 
*X 
*K 

3 

lA 
3^ 
3^ 
4 



Diam. Bolt, inches. 

3-16... 

.... >{ ... 

.... 5-6... 



x 
x 



1 j^ 

■ - ; « 

■ ■.■ 

I } :-; 



/j 1 1 -1 6 or 2 1-32 . 



7-16 

A 
'A 
9-16 

X 

x 
x 
x 
x 



1 1-16 or 2 1-32 

13- 1 6 or 25-32 

1316 or 25-32 

: « or 27.32 1 

■ h or 27-32 1 

1 5 1 6 or 1 1 yi 

. 15 16 or 1 1 % 

. 1 1 1 6 or 1 14 1 % 

. 1 [-16 or iyk 4 ' '.i 

. 1 3-1 6 or 1 % 1 

1 5-16 or i.'i 1 ' _■ 

1 7-' 6 i? k 

I 9-16 \T/i t 



II-16 

1 :- 1 6 



Ct& pel pound. 

20 

. . . . 20 
'7 

'5 

'.;'-■ 
i 3 # 

™% 

12 

1 2 

n'A 
1' 

''■■ 
1 ' . 



HEXAGON NUTS. 




Width, 
inchi - 

'A 
X 
A 
X 

1 

*x 

■X 

' 

2 
2* 

*x 

3 A 
zA 



Thickness, 
inches, 

Va 
S -i6 

N 

7-16 

9.6 

H 
1 

■ .. 

I# 

2 



Standard Sizes. 

Diam. I loli-, I >i:ui> 

inches. iDC 



7-3 2 

9-32 

11-32 

7-16 

A 

9-16 
21-32 

25-32 

27-32 

,5-, 6 
1-16 
3-16 

9-32 

9-16 

13-16 



. Bolt, 
u-hes. 

Va 
5-16 

x 

7-16 
9- 1 6 



I Its. |"'i 

pound. 

3° 
25 
20 
18 
16 
16 

'5 

>4'- 

1 4 ' • 

I4X 

I4X 

r 5 ^ 

«S3 ■ 

■5>2 

16 
'7 



WASHERS. 



Diameter, 
inches. 

X 

-Xt 

1 

"1 

xX 

2 
■J< 

2M 

3 

3X 
3?4 
4 
4X 



100 lbs 



.2'. 

,-. 

13 

'3 

'4 
14 
14 



1 t ... p< 1 
pound. 




San WrciTicLsco and Scicrciinent o. 



17 



RIVETS. 

T-ar-T'T-T-T-T -"¥-*"¥ - ? T *% 

¥<tC^^^ &**£&*& ^|_-^pji EIES3BP (EiSSB 



Flat Head. 

Norway Iron. 



Iii Papers 

BLACK. 
s i -/ r- Per 100(1. 
8 oz $o 20 

IO " 22 

12 " ' 24 

14 " 26 

1 lb 27 

''. ■ " 2 9 

1 '.. " 32 

1 -> 4 " :/■ 

2 " 40 

-"J" i; 

3 " 53 

3*4" 58 

4 " f >4 

5 " 75 

6 " 90 

7 " 1 °5 

s " 1 20 

9 " ' -7 

10 " 1 40 

12 " I 70 

14 " ' 9° 

|6 " 2 20 



I length, inch . 
Ct<. per lb . 



12 

14 



lb. 



of IOOO. 

TINNED. 

Size. Per 1000. 

8 oz $0 24 

10" 25 

28 

3° 

33 

37 

41 

47 

5- 

63 

7 = 

So 

88 

' 05 

I M. 

' 5° 

' 7° 

. ... 1 

2 00 

2 40 

- 75 





In Hulk. 



BLACK. 



8 oz. 



12 

>4 

1 



II. 



''., 



3 

; 
4 

5 
r. 

7 

8 



'4 



1 + 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

'i 

10 
12 

'4 
|6 



.peril., 

■ 38 

■ 34 

• 3< 

• 29 
. 26 



1 1 



1 to 1 in. . 

5 1(1 by '_• to 1 in . 
' i to 1 in . . 



2 3 

2 1 
20 

'9 
18 

'7 
I" 

'5 

N 

' i 

'4 

M 

'3 

'3 

>3 

12 > 

12' 

■3 



1 



Seel i< >i 1. 

No. 6 Wire. 



TINNED, 
size. Cts. peril*. 

8 oz 45 

10 " 40 

12 " 37 

'4 ' 35 

1 H> 3- 

' 1 " 2r > 

" -7 

I j " . ..26 

»s 

II , " • I 

3 -3 

» 

4 " - ' 

5 " *° 

1. •• 20 

7 "..... 

8 ' .20 
'i ' i') 

10 " 19 

. . . . ii> 

14 " 1 s ' . 

i" " l8'.j 



In Papers of One Pound. 



18 



HiiritircgtoTL, ttojplzLrcs $• Co. 



RIVETS. 




Diameter, inch . 
Length, inches. 
Cts. per lb 



Oval Head Carriage. 

Norway Iron. 
3-iG 

3 8 tO 3 ,-; to 4 

14 ' '3 



5-i6 

a to i y 

12 l A 



.1 % 



Oval Head Xire. 

California Hand Made. 

y inch diameter by 1 y 2 to 3)4 inches long .... Cts. per lb. 
5-16 inch diameter by 2 to 4 inches long " 





Coj k ■ Head Boiler. 



Diameter, inch . 
< Is. per lb 



7-.0 y 



Copper. 



tttijt 



Wire Gauge. . . . 
Lengths, inches . 
Cts. per pound . . 



For Locomotive Jackets . 



5 6 7 & 9 10 12 

.4 to 1 y, to 1 ; k to 1 5 8 to 1 1 , -,-, to 1 yi to 1 y to y A 

49 49 49 5° 5 2 54 5 8 
One pound in a box. 



J3ra ss Rivets. 



. Cts. per lb. 



BURRS. 



Co) C: 




For Oval Head Carriage Rivets. 

Norway Iron. 
For 3-16 and y inch Rivets Cts. per lb. 

For Oval Head Tire Rivets. 

Wrought Iron — Oval. 
For y and 5-16 inch Rivets Cts. per lb. 

For Copper Rivets. 

Nos. 5 to 12 Cts. per lb. 



Scut Frcuxcisco ctncl SctcrcLTnervto, 

CHAIN. 

if 5 

Straight Short Link. 

Inch 3-16 yl 5-16 .' K 7-16 y 2 9-16 5„ 1 1-16 y 4 

( Its. per lb 

Tw i steel Link. 

3-16 inch Cts. per- lb. | y A inch Cts per lb. 

Trace. 

Straight Link, 6j4 feet long, ro links to foot, No. 2 Wire, with Ring en- Hook Per pair, t 

REPAIR LINKS. 



19 





W r< >i iiili 1 Iron. 

FOR REPAIRING OR CONNECTING CHAIN 



Nos 1 2 

Diameter, inch 3-lfi '., 

Per gross $ 



3 
5>(> 



7 "• 



rURNBUCKLES. 





Diameter, indies ft 7-16 '_. 1 >' x "'. 

Ea< h $ 1 00 1 25 1 25 1 50 

(is. per lb . 20 18 1: 17 ' 6 "' '5 '5 



( !R< )\V BARS. 




Iron, Steel pointed, 1 2 to 20 lbs each • Its. per lb. 

All Steel, 12 to 20 lbs. each 



so 



FTntxtingtori, JTop7z.rns cf Co. 



ANVILS. 




Ir*eter Wriglit's. 

Weight, lbs 30 Id -jo \\ to 50 51 to 60 61 to 70 71 to 80 Si to 250 over 250 

Cts. per Ih 

VISES. 





Peter Wright's. 

Solid Box. 

35 to 1 50 lbs. each Cts. per lb. 

Fisher and Morris. 

Double Screw, Parallel. 

Nos 3456 

Weight, lbs go 1 20 150 1 60 

Each $16 00 20 50 27 00 30 00 

Extra Screws and Boxes can be had for above Vises. 






Seen JPrcuxcisco ctrxd Sa.crcuni.ento. 



21 



VISES. 





Wilson's. 

Oval Slide. 

WILSONS. 

Nos oo o 

Weight, lbs _ 714 io>-< 

Length of Jaw, inches 2^ 2 y. 

Each $2 50 2 70 

PARKERS. 

Nos 3° 

Weight, lbs ;•; 

I ,cngth of J aw 

Each $2 50 



1 

3 

3 (>° 


2 

*4 

! 6 


3 
35 '4 

4 
6 70 


4 

1 
'J 65 


:•.' 




33 


34 


<3 

3 


1.. 

3 1 . 


s'A 


28 

•I 


3 00 


1 -5 


4 75 


6 50 





PARKER'S. 

Parallel. 



Nos . 000 

Weight, lbs 

Length ol 1 iw, inches 3^ 

Each $7 00 



34 

s 00 



l'»r»lli 



10 00 



3 
61 



Parallel Swivel. 

Nils Ml 20 21 23 

Weight, lbs .8 24 

Length of Jaw, inches 

Each $4 50 575 10 00 1-50 



-l 
19 00 



-'4 
16 50 






2 3 °° 



88 



Huntington, Hopkins $• Co. 



VISES. 

PARKER'S. 




Coach make i s\ 

No. 40, 4? g inch Jaws, opens 9 inches Each, $11 50 




Coachmakers". 



Swivel. 



No. 46, 4}i inch Jaws, opens 8 inches Each, $14 00 




Coachmakers'. 

Swivel Jaw. 
No. 41, 4j< inch Jaws, opens 9 inches Each $16 



Scltx JPrcuxcisco curd, Sctcrctmento. 

VISES. 

PARKERS. 



S3 





Tiler". Combination Plpo. 

Filers'. 

Nos j 2 \2> 44 (Swivel.) 

Weight, lbs : 3S ? o 

Length of Jaw, inches 4^ . ,, ' , 

Each $850 S 00 1 o 00 

Combination Pipe. 

No. 87, weight 43 lbs., for holding 2 inch pipe and under Eai h, $14 00 

No. SS, weight 65 lbs , for holding 3 inch pipe and under " 1 7 00 




('onil)iiiiii i< >n Pi] >e, 

Swivel, with Interchangeable Jaws. 
No. 86, weight 79 lbs., for holding 3 inch pipe and under 



. Each, $1 7 00 



Iiujxtiixgtoix, Hopkins & Co. 



VISES. 

PARKER'S. 




Combination Pipe. 



No. 88}4, weight go lbs., for holding 4 inch pipe and under . 
No. 8g, weight 140 lbs., lor holding 6 inch pipe and under. . 



. Each, $3 1 50 
'* 40 00 



sArxhKirs. 





Angle 



Malleable Iron Pipe. 

Plate, weight 15 lbs., for holding 2 inch pipe and under 

Angle, for holding 2 inch pipe and under . 



No. 
No. 
No. 2, Angle, for holding 3 inch pipe and under. 



. Each, $ 8 00 
" 1 2 00 
'■ 16 00 



Scltx Frcuicisco cvrtd. Scicrcnneiito. 



£5 




VISES. 





Hand. Bench, Plain Jaw. 

I land. 

Length, inches, best cast steel 4 

Per dozen $ 



p.en.li, Nv\ ivel ,\',\\\ 



S'-- 



Bench. 



U< INNEY'S. 

Width ... .1 1 



-"■ 

3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

') 



J aw 



1 
. 2 



Steel 

Iron 



Steel 



Jaw 

aw Swivel ? 

" ■••; 

" Swivel 

Jaw • | 

" Swivel 

" Suuel 



nch • 
rich . 

in h 

nch . 
111 h 
m h . 

nch 
nch 
nch. 
nc h 
m h 



Welghl 

. 1 11. 

,- ; lb 

,2% lb 

5 lb 

5 lb 

.5 lb 

5 lb 



fa 35 

o 50 

o 58 

70 

° 95 

1 00 

1 -5 
1 50 
1 5° 
1 75 
' 5° 
1 75 



TIRE GUAGB. 




No. 1 . I iradualed, with Pencil 
No. 2, Graduated, without Pencil 



Ni;klc Plated. 



' 



86 



Sixrttirtgtorx, Hopl^irts #■ Co. 



BLACKSMITHS' BELLOWS. 




Standard. 

Size, inches 20 f2 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 

Weight, lbs 42 46 50 60 63 70 S5 95 100 125 135 

Each $10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 1500 16.00 17.00 1900 21.00 2250 

Kxi pa. 

Size, inches 36 38 40 42 44 

Weight, lbs 125 135 150 1S0 190 

Each $27.00 28.50 30.00 3'-5° 44°° 



BELLOWS NAILS. 



Galvanized. 



.Cts. per lb 



BLACKSMITHS 1 BLOWERS. 





Buffalo. 

Is Operated by a Lever which has the Swivel Motion, most natural to the Blacksmith. 
Complete with Tuyere Each, $ 

Km pi re. 

Wrought Iron Frame, no Wood or Leather excepting the Handle and Belt. Weight, 130 lbs. 
Complete with Tuyere Each, $ 



San. Frcuicisco and. Sacramento. 



PORTABLE FORGES. 




£7 




No. V, with Half Hood. N*09. Onnd 10, wl I 

Pipe Legs, Swivel Handle. 

No. 7, with Half Hood, Fan 14 in., size 2SX40 in., height 25 in., weight 250 lbs 1 ich, 

No. 9, without Hood, Fan 10 in , Fire-pan 21x27, height 29 in , weight 150 lbs " 

No. 10, " " " S in,, " 17x1 9, " 29 in., " 90 lbs " 

No. 9, with " " 10 in., " 21x27, " 29 in., " 160 lbs " 

No. 10, " " " 8 in., " 1 7x19, " 29 in., " 1 10 lbs " 



'P 



TUYERE [RONS. 




Clark\s Patent. 



No 
Each 



2 ; 

$3 5° 4 00 



Eaeh . 



I I ;\ 1 • 1 • i .^ " . 



Duck X<'r<t 



With triangular ball 

With grates, having one, two and three openings. 

Forge Ba( k vnd Xo. 1 1 



Box. 






£8 



Huntington.. Hopkins rf- Co. 



TIRE BENDERS. 




I-Cii islev 



No. 3, for light and medium work. 
No. 4, for heavy work 



Each, $ 



TIRE UTSETTERS. 




Excelsior 




Little G-iant. 

Will Upset Tire 2x3-4 inches. 



Each. 



$30 00 I Each . 



Sct7X Frcuxcisco ctTxd ScLcrcunxeixto. 



39 



COMBINED PUNCH AND SHEARS. 



With Tire Upsetter. 



Black Giant. 

Weight, 440 lbs.; each $75 00 

Splitting Shears, $5 00 extra, 

Every machine is tested by rutting off a liar of 
iron three inches wide and one-half inch thick, 
also three-fourths inch square, and punching a 
plate three eighths thick. 





Cones or Mandrels. 



Diameter bottom, inches. 
Diameter top " 

I [eight, feet 

Weight, lbs., about 

Pei lb 



Small 


1 nil. 


Ulgn. 


{ 1 


'4 


16 




*'.- 


*x 


4 


4 


4'.' 


185 


2\0 


240 



Cls. 



8waff< v Blocks. 



Per lb. 





1. ,.!,<•• 






13% 


4 '4 




i 1 ; 


14'-- 






150 


16 


5'-- 




220 









30 



Htirxturgto7i, Hopl^ctrxs & Co. 



DRILLS. 




II ov'v/a )i 1 1 ;i 1. 

No. 4, Without Feed, length 26 inches, weight 33 lbs Each, $6 00 

No. 4, With Feed, " 26 " " 675 




No. 2, Without Balance Wheel, length, 33 inches, weight, 45 lbs 

No. 2, With Balance Wheel, " ^7, " 

No. 5, With Balance Wheel, length 44 inches, weight, 115 lbs . . 



Each, $10 00 

" '3 °° 
" 20 00 




"Upright, Seli : lAM><liiio;. 

No. 1, Length 42 inches ; tt'eighl 98 lb-. Ea< h, $28 00 

Drills from 1-8 to 3-4 inch Hole; will Drill lo Center 
of a 10-inch circle. 

No. 6, Hand; Length 44 inches; weight, 

1 20 lbs " 34 00 

No. 6, Hand and Power, with one pulley, " 35 50 
No. 6, Hand and Power, with two pulleys, " 3; 00 

Drills from 1-8 to 3-4 inch Hole ; will Drill to Center 
of a 10-inch circle. 




San Francisco and Sacramento. 



31 




DRILLS. 





Upright, Self-Feeding. 

No. i !'a, hand ; length, 44 inches, weight 1 :o lbs ■ E ac j,, $ 34 00 

No. 1 }.'., hand and power: length, 44 inches » 37 00 

This machine has nearly a continuous feed which can be adjusted to three rates of Speed. By this arrange- 
ment the capai ity of the drill is increased nearly one third. 

Drills from 1.8 to 1 inch Hole ; will Drill to the Center of a 10-inch circle. 

No. 2, hand; length, 54 inches, weight 160 lbs. .. . I .1. h, $48 00 

No. 2, hand and power ; with one pulley 10 50 

No, (, " " " two " "51 00 

No. 2 is similar to No. 1 i-a ; Drills from 1-8 to 1 1-4 inch Hole ; will Drill to the Center of a 15-inch circle. 



No. 3, hand ; weight 250 lbs 

No. ;, hand and power, with two pulleys. 



$75 00 
■ " 79 00 



No t has cul ears so arranged that a quick lotion may be given the drill 

Drills from 1-4 to 1 i-a inch Hole ; will Drill to the Center of a 19-inch circle. 



All our Drills have Sockets 41-6-4 inches, suitable for Coe's Twist I >itlls. 



32 



Huntington, JETopTtins & Co. 



DRILLS. 

Ratchet. 




p. s. & \v. 

Nos i 2 3 

Length of Handle, int Iks 12 15 20 

Each $6 00 7 00 S 00 

PACKERS 

Nos 1 2 3 4 S 

[.ength of Handle, inches 10 12 n> ,s 24 

Each $10 50 1350 16 00 19 00 23 00 




J^rcasi . 




No. to, Nickle Plated Per dozen, $36 00 

No. 1 2, " " " 36 00 

No. 1 3, " " " 30 00 

Hand.. 




N'o. 1 ]!. Chloopea. 

No. i, Single Gear, with six drills .... Per doz., $15 00 I Complete, with drills 

No. 1 B., Double Gear, with six drills. " 18 00 | Complete, with drills and screw driver 



. Each, $2 60 
" 2 70 



Scltx JPrartcisco curd, Sacramento. 33 

BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS. 

Hot. CoW. 

Chisels. 

Solid Cast Steel Cts. per lb., 50 

mm 

Flatter, Set Hammer. 

Flatters. 

Solid Cast Steel, 2 to 4 inch face Cts. per lb., 50 

Set II ammers. 

Solid Cast Steel Cts. per lb., 50 

M 

% 

Top Bottom. 

Swages. 

Solid Cast Steel, ],{ to 3^ inches Cts. per lb., 50 

Jk wMmmam 

Top. 

fullers. 

Solid Cast Steel, }{ to 2 inches ; ;t s . per lb., 50 

J I Cardies. 
Solid 1 lasl steel, 1 to ■ ' ■ inch eul Cts per lb., 50 

Boll I Leaders. 

Swe, inch 

Each $3 1 50 2 50 

Tongs. 

Length, inches 18 »a 24 30 

Per pair $ 

8 











3d 



HvLThtingtoru Hopkins $• Co. 



BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS. 




G-ad Tongs. 

Norway Iron, 24 inch Per pair, $1 50 



Pick. Tongs. 

Norway Iron, 24 inch Per pair, $2 00 



^Pick-up Tongs. 



24 inch. 



Per pair, $1 00 




Swivel JaAA Tongs. 

For holding irregular and tapered pieces of iron, etc. 

No. 1,16 inches long Per pair, $1 50 

No. 2, 18 " " " 1 50 



LATHE CHUCKS. 




i 



iv 

! 



*•■■ 




Horton's. 

3 Jaw, diameter, inches 6 9 12 

Each $26 co 34 00 44 00 



4 Jaw, diameter, inches.. 
Each 



9 12 1 1; 

.$32 00 42 00 56 00 64 00 



Seen Fr-cuxcisco arid Sacramento. 



35 



DRILL CHUCKS. 





Star. 

No. i, Shank \ _. inch diam., 2 inches long, holds drills from 1-64 to ! ini h diam Each, $1 25 

N " -• " H " 3 l A " " " r-32 " % " " 2 00 

Cuslima it's. 

Holds Drills from No. o to 9-16 inch diam Each, $4 00 

Beach. 

No. o, holds Drills from No. o to ',; inch diam Ka< 



o " M " 



00 
" 8 5° 




Little Q-iant, [mproved. 

No. o, 2 ini lies diam., holds Drills from No. ot> ■ ■. inch diam 1 ach, $8 co 



36 



Huntington,, Hopkins $ Co. 



1-16 
5- 6 4 

3-3 2 
7-64 

'; 
964 

5-32 
1 1-64 

316 

1 3" fj 4 

7-3 2 
15-64 

17 64 
93 2 



No. bj Gauge 
1 to 5. 
6 " 10. 



1 1 
16 
2 1 



Lentil 

25, 

2^ 
3 

3 l A 
3'A 
3# 

V, 

rv' 
3H 

z% 

4 

• 1 

4K 



•3M • 
.3 1-16 

.2 13 16. 



TWIST DRILLS. 



Straight Shank. 



Per 1 1 - 
$ 1 00 . 

1 10. 

1 20 . 

1 3°- 

' 45- 

1 60 . 
r 80. 

2 00 . 
2 20 . 
2 40 . 
2 65. 

2 90. 

3 15- 
3 4° • 
3 65- 



Bach. 

. $0 09 



Diam. , Inches. 

19-64. 

5- ,6 

2 T -64 



IS 

16 



25 
2S 

3° 
3 2 - 



23- fi 4 ■ 

25-64. 

13-32- 
2; 64 
7-16 . 

,, 1., 

I5-3 2 - 

3' <M 



Length. 

• 4-V; 
•4^- 

• 4's. 
■5 • 
•5^- 
■ 5 Va ■ 

5 

■Sti- 
5? 

.6 . 



$3 9°- 



4 


20 


4 


5° 


4 


So 


5 


10 


5 


40 


5 


70 


6 


00 


6 


40 


6 


So 


7 


20 


7 


5° 


7 


75 


8 


00 



stub's Steel "Wire Gauge. 



l.rM'.t li. 1 er Doz. 

-4 $2 35. 

.3 1 r-]6 2 25 . 



ii 

$0 2; 



95- 

75- 
55- 



20 
'9 
'7 
'5 



No. b] Gail e Length, Per Doz. 

3' t° 35 - 5 I $' 4o. 

36 " 40 27-16 1 25 . 

4' "45 -'4 I IO - 

\6 " 50 21-16 95 . 



5' 

61 



26 " 30 

Sets, assorted, from Nos. 1 to 60, mounted Per set, 



60. 
7° • 



1' • 



95- 
90. 



•$o 35 

37 
40 

42 
45 
48 
5° 
53 
55 
59 
63 
65 
67 
70 



Each. 

o 14 



09 
09 
08 



Diam., i> 

'A- 
5-3 2 - 

3- r 6 . 
7-3 2 - 
Va- 
9-32 

5-16 ■ 

1 1-32. 

'3-3 2 
7-16 

'5-32- 



Each. 

•$o 55- 
• 58 
60. 
. 65. 
70. 
73- 
75- 
So. 



St raigh t SI miik. 

Drill Presses. 



32- 

. 9-16 

- 1 -1 -32- 

Vh- 

• 21-32. 
.11-16. 
■23-32- 

• ti- 
ts- ■ ■ -25-32 ■ 

88 i 3 -t6. 

9° 27-32. 

93 %■ 

95 29-32. 



Fitting Blacksmiths' 

Diam., inchci. 

. 17-32 



Each. Diam., inches. 

. $0 9S 15-16. . . 

. I OO 31-32 • • ■ 



°5 • 
IO. 

'5- 
20. 

25- 
3°- 
35- 
40. 

45- 
55- 



. i [-32. 
1 1-16. 

■ i l A • 
t 3-16. 

■"/a ■ 
1 5-.»6- 

. .-=:, . 
1 7-16. 



r 


arli. 


$1 


60 


I 


70 


I 


No 


I 


90 


2 


00 


2 


20 


2 


30 


2 


40 


2 


"5 


2 


So 


2 


95 


3 


1 



The above Drills are 6 inches long, with Shanks 2^ inches long and about 41-64 inches diameter. 



Sort JPrancisco ci/icZ Sacramento. 



37 



Diameter, inches. 

[-16... 

332 • • • 

i-S . . 

5-32- ■■ 
3.16... 
7-32... 
1-4 . . . 
9-32... 



TWIST DRILLS. 



IMiiB^= 



Bit Stock. 



1 65. 

2 10 . 

2 60 . 

3 '° 

3 6o - 

4 10 . 
4 70. 



For Metal or Wood. 

Each, Diameter, inches. Per Dozen. 

$014 5-16 $5 40 

16 ii-j.' 6 30 

20 3-8 7 20 

24 ' 33 2 8 °° 

2<j 7-16 8 So 

33 '5-32 9 60 

38 1-2 10 30 

43 '7-3^ TI <*•> 



$0 48 

54 
62 
68 

75 
82 

X? 

92 




Straigb.1 and Taper Shank 



meter, inches. Length 

1-4 '' 

9-3> '"> 

s i(> 

n-32 -' 

3.8 
13-32 : 

;"' 7't 

15-32 ?'■■ 

1-2 7^; 

>73 2 s 

9-16 8 ' , 

19-38 8js 

5-8 *'< 

«i-3» 9 

iJ-16 

»3-3 a l) '- 

3 4 



65. 

70. 

75- 

80. 

85. 

90. 

"5 
1 00. 
1 10 . 
1 20. 
1 30. 
1 40 . 
1 50. 
1 60. 
1 70 



- t. Hi. lit 



-5 3- 
13-16. 

-7 3- 
7-8 ■ 
-•'i 32. 
, 5 16. 

3" 3-' ■ 
1 

1 132. 
1 1-16. 
1 5-32 

1 3-16. 

■ 7 3- 
1 1-4 






t 

2 





$- 


CO 


2 


'5 


2 


30 


2 


45 


2 


(.0 


2 


75 


2 


90 


3 


00 


3 


20 


3 


4'-' 


3 


60 


3 


80 


4 


00 


4 


10 


4 


4" 


4 


S° 



38 



Hixntiixgtoix, Hopkins $> Co. 



STEEL SOCKETS FOR TAPER SHANK DRILLS. 




No. i holds ' 4 to [9-32 in., inclusive Each, $1 20 

No. 2 " ?k to 29-32 in., " • " 1 So 

No. 3 " 15-16 t(l 1 '4 in., ' ; " 2 50 

No. 4 " 1 9-32 to 2 in , " ■ " 4 00 

No. 5 '' 2 1 ifi to 2 '_. in., '■ " 7 50 



STOCKS AND DIES. 




Blacksmiths'. 



KINGS. 



No. 5)2, Cuts 1 1 .. to - ; 4 inch, Right Hand, 6, 7, 8 and 9 threads to the inch, 8 Taps and 4 pair of 

I )ies Each, 

No. 7, cuts \]4, to js inch, Right Hand, 8 and 10 threads to the inch ; cuts 1 ^ to Jfe inch, Left 

Hand, S threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of Dies 

No. 9, cuts 1 y to l /> inch, Right Hand, 8, 10 and 12 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of 

Dies 

No. 17, cuts 1 to y? inch, Right Hand, 9 and 12 threads to the inch ; cuts 1 to y inch, Left 

Hand, 9 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of Dies 

No 19, cuts 1 to fa inch, Right Hand, 9, 12 and 14 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of 

I lies 

No. 25, cuts y to -'s inch, Right Hand, 10 and 12 threads to the inch; cuts y to y inch, Left 

Hand, 10 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of Dies 

No. 27, cuts J/,' to - ; K inch, Right Hand, 10, 12 and 16 threads to the inch: 6 Taps and 3 pair of 

Dies 

Nil. 45, cuts 5 S to 5-16 inch, Right Hand, 12 and 16 threads to the inch; cuts fa to 7-16 inch, 

Left Hand, 1 2 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of Dies 

No. 47, cuts 5 S to ' 4 ' inch, Right Hand, 12, 14 and 18 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of 

Dies 

No. 49, cuts '_. to ' 4 inch, Right Hand, 14 and 18 threads to the inch ; cuts y to 5-16 inch, Left 

Hand, 14 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of Dies 

No 51, cuts y to 3-16 inch, Right Hand, 14, 18 and 22 threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 pair of 

Dies 



$35 



" I 2 


00 


" 12 


00 


" 9 


00 


9 


00 


6 


5° 


6 


5° 


5 


5° 


5 


5° 


4 


5° 


" 4 


5° 



San Francisco anci Sacramento. 



39 



STOCKS AND DIBS. 




Blacksmiths'. 



KING'S. 

No. 6, cuts \K to i inch, Right Hand, 8 threads to the inch ; cuts i'< to i inch, Left Hand, 8 

threads to the inch ; 4 Taps and 2 sets of Dies Each, $20 00 

No. 1 1, cuts 1 ' 4 to >?, inch, Right Hand, 8 and 10 threads to the inch ; cuts 1 ' 4 to ~s in. h, Left 

Hand, 8 threads to the inch ; 4 Taps and 3 sets of Dies " 10 00 

No. 15; cuts \]^ to l /> inch, Right Hand, 8, 10 and 12 threads to the inch ; 5 Taps and a sets of 

Dies " 10 00 

No. 21, cuts 1 to yi inch, Right Hand, 9 and 12 threads to the inch ; 1 uts 1 to : | inch, Lett 

Hand, threads to the inch ; 4 Taps and 3 sets of I >ies " 6 00 

No. 23, cuts 1 to 3r inch, Right Hand, 9, 10 and 14 threads to the inch ; 3 Taps and 3 sets <il 

Dies " 5 00 

No. 32, cuts y A to - ... ini h, Right Hand, 10 and 14 threads to the inch; . ul ini h, Left 

Hand, io and 14 threads to the inch; \ Taps and i ■• <• of Dies : " 5 00 

No. 34, < uts y A t,. 511, 111. h, Right Hand, to, 12 and 16 threads to the in. li . 3 Taps and j 

ul I lies 

Nil. 34 X, < uts : , to v Mi mi h, Right Hand. 10, 12 and 14 threads t,> the in' It ; 3 Taps and 3 sets 

of Dies " 4 5° 

15, cuts j i" inch, Right Hand. 10 and 14 threads to the inch ; 2 Ta| Dies 4 00 

No. 37, nits s s tn 3 1'' "I' li. Right Hand, 14, 18 and 22 threads to the inch: 6 Taps and 3 sets 

of Dies " I 25 

No. 38, cuts J-fi to 5- 1 6 inch, Right Hand, 12 and r 8 threads to the inch ; cuts 5 to 7-16 inch, 

Left Hand, t a threads to the inch ; 6 Taps and 3 sets of Di 

No. 41. mch, Right Hand, [6, 20 and 26 threads to the inch 

Dies " J 'S 

No. 42, .uis j . I,. 3 in inch, Right Hand, 14 and 2 ° threads to the inch; cuts . Left 

Hand, 14 threads to the inch ; (1 Taps and 3 sctv of Dies. 3 50 

No. 53, cuts 5 11. to [-16 inch, Right Hand, , and 32 threads to the inch ; 4 Taps and 4 

sets .'i 1 >ies - o 



40 



IIuThtington, Hopkins <)'• Co. 



MACHINISTS' SCREW PLATES. 




Morse 

Size A cuts %, ■':-, and ' .. inch, 20, 16 and 12 threads to the inch Each, $5 00 

Size B " ... ! 1 and ^ inch, 16, 12, 1 1 and 10 threads to the inch •' 8 00 

Size C " '_•, - ; ;;, % and Js inch, 12, 11, 10 and 9 threads to the inch " 10 00 

Size D " }i, 1, i l /i and i}{ inch, 9, S and 7 threads tu the inch " 13 00 





Little G-iant. 

Size OO cuts yi, 5-32, 3-16, 7-32 and ' 4 inch, with Tap Wrench 

Size A cuts '. 4 , 5-16, -,; 7 1 , and ' .. inch 



Size B " , and 1 ini h . 
Si/e C " '4,5 16, ,., 7-16, l / 2 , 5 S and -<4' inch 
Size 1) " $, 7-16, '.., ... {, and 1 inch. . . 
Size E " 1 ' ■■;, 1 ',. 1 ; and iyi inch 

Size C has two slocks, the small one holding Dies cutting the hist live m/cs, and the large one the two largest 
sizes, which makes it more convenient than if all the sizes were held in the large stock. 

When necessary to cut close under the head, lor set screws and other work, use the face side of the Die. 



. Each, $7 70 

" 14 00 

" 22 00 

" 24 00 

3' 5° 
50 00 



Dentist s\ 

HILG-EES. 



Eai h, $ 



Gunsmiths*. 

1 1 1 i.c ; i:i;s. 

Steel, with Turn Screw, 5 Taps and Dies, 1 -id to '., inch 



. Each, $ 



Watchmakers*. 



No. of sizes. 
Each 



No. of sizes . 
Each 



STUBS. 

NOTCHED. 
6 7 

NOT NOTCHED. 
6 7 



San TPrancisco and, Sacramento. 



41 




\ I U i ST' \ I ;LE TAP "WRENCHES. 

'■- W-\ 

Morse. 

Size A, fitting Taps from ' + to 5 (S in., inclusive; entire length, 13 in.; fitting Reamers from ' 4 to 

13-16, in., inclusive Each, $3 00 

Size B, fitting Taps from ' . to 1 in , incl.j entire length, 18 in.; fitting Reamers from h: to 1 in., inc. " 4 00 

Size C, fitting Taps from 7/fa to 1 ' ■_. in , inclusive ; entire length 23 in.; fitting Reamers from 1 1-16 to 

1 1 1-32 in., inclusive " 5 00 

Size 1), fitting Taps from 1^ to 2 116 in., inclusive ; entire length, 47 'j in.; fitting Reamers from 

1 1-16 to 2 1-16, in., inclusive " 15 00 



Size, inches. 



I 
I 

7 A ■ 

n- 

9-16. 
9-16 . 

1 

1 

7-16. 

7 ,0. 

... 

5 '6 

I 

3 16 



TAPS. 

Blacksniit J is*. 

PLUG AND TAPER TAPS. 
Band. Tlireads to inch 

.Right 6, 7 and 8 % 

. Left 6,7 and 8 

. Right 6, 7, 8 and 9 

. I ,<lt 8 and 9 

. Right 7, S, 9 and 10 

. I. d"t 8 and 9 

. Right 8, 9 and 10 

. Left 9 

.Right 7, 8, 9, to, 12 and 14 

.Left 1 o and 12 



Right 
.Left . 
.Right 
.Left 

Right. 



. Left 12 and 

. Riyht 
.Left . 
. Right. 
Righl 
.Right. 
.Right. 



10, 11, 12, 14 and 

. 10 and 12 

10, 12, 14 ami in. 

12 

10, 1: 



.1, 



10, 

'4 
12, 



14. 
14. 

'4. 



1 (1 and 18 

16 and 18 . 

1 4, 1 6, 1 8 and 20 . 
.14, 16, 18, 20 and 22 

. 20, 22, _■ . 
. 24, 2d anil 28 






)6 Right 30 and 32 . 

Machinist's I I n 1 1< 

TAPER, PLUC AND BOTTOMING. 




lUUIMHIlHlHM 






Up 



Size, in. ' 4 

Threads to in 18. 20 

Each $045 

Si/e, in <) 1 c 

Threads to in 11,12 

Each 



Plug. 



! S f mH !I HU»UHHI I 



Size, in 

Threads to in. 
Each 



Size, m 

Threads to in 
Each 



$0 So 
$1 60 
$3 00 



$0 50 

10, 1 1 
$0 90 
15 id 
9 

1 j . 

6 
$3 5° 



14, id 
$° 55 
11-16 



Tajicr. 



14 
$0 60 



$1 05 $■ 

1 

;■ 
$2 



1 

8 
$2 00 



20 



'-. '3 
$0 70 

13.16 

10 
$1 40 

7 

$2 60 






Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



TAPS. 



Machinists' IN'u.t. 

Size, inches ... . % 5-16 yi 7-16 '_■ 

Threads to inch. 1 S and 20 16 mid 18 14 and 16 14 12 and 13 

Each $060 70 80 90 100 

Size, inches % 1 1 % 

Threads to the inch 10 9 8 7 and 8 

Each $r 60 2 10 2 So 3 20 



9- 1 6 






1 [-16 


and 1 2 


!0 


and 1 1 


1 1 


1 '5 




' 3° 


1 It 


7 




1 
6 


I ' ■ 

6 


3 7° 




4 20 


4 70 



TAPER REAMERS 




Size, inches % 5-16 

Per dozen $2 40 3 00 



3 60 



For Bit Brace. 

7-16 
4 20 



4 80 



916 

6 00 



7 20 



1 1 ■ 1 6 ■ 4 

8 40 9 60 



DIES. 




For No 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 

For 



Complete Set of Dies. Pali il Dice. 

Blacksmiths*. 

KING'S. 

Per Pair. 

5 y z Stock $2 OO 

6 " (in Sets only) 

7 or 9 " 1 20 

n or : 5 Stock (in Sets only) 

17 or '9 " ■. 8 5 

2 1 or 23 " (in Sets only) 

25 or 2 7 ." 75 

32 Stock (in Sets only) 

34 or 34X Stock (in Sets only) 

35. 37> 3^> 4 1 or 4 2 Stock (in Sets only) 

45 or 47 Stock 75 

49 or 51 " 70 

53 Stock (in Sets only) 



Pei Bet. 


$8 


00 


6 


00 


3 


50 


3 


00 


2 


5° 


2 


00 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


00 


1 


5° 


2 


-5 


2 


90 


1 


5° 



Seen. Fi^ancisco and. Scicr>cLrriento. 



43 



PIES 




For Little Giant Sci*e"w P'late. 

A represents the Die, which is in two pieces, 
each piece is held in place and adjusted by the 
screws, CC. B represents the Collet. It will be 
seen that the holes for the screws in the Collet (B) 
are opposite, but the holes in the Die are not o; 
posite and are larger than the point of the screw, k 
so that one screw holds the Die from moving for- J 
ward and the other from moving backward, both I 
screws impinge on the lower side of the holes, so I 
that when both screws are tight they prevent the ' 
Die from moving. In this way we make use of 
the screw and wedge ; it is doubtful if there can 
be a more simple and secure way of holding and 
adjusting Dies. To adjust the Die, loosen one 
screw and tighten the other, according to the d 
rection it is desired to move it. 



Size 



Threads to inch . . .' . 18 and 20 

Each $ 1 00 

Size, inches 1 1-16 

Threads to inch 11 

Each $2 00 



5 -, 6 
1 6 and 1 8 

1 00 



TO 
! OO 



14 and 16 
1 00 

9 
00 



!FV> l* M orse Sci *e w 



Size . 
Each. 




Machine. 




Diameter, inches ' 4 

Threads to inch [8 and 20 

Dies each, without CoUets . $1 00 

Size, inches 

Threads to inch 10 

Dies each, without Collets ... $2 00 







Die 














5-. 6 

6 and 1 


s 


•4 


and 16 




7-16 

1 1 


1 2 and 13 11 and 1 2 


10 and 1 1 


1 1 -1 6 

1 1 


1 00 






1 00 




" 5° 


1 50 2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


1316 

10 






9 


1 


S -,6 

9 


' 1 \ 
7 and 8 7 


6 


>J4 
6 


3 00 




3 


00 


3 


00 


3 00 4 50 4 50 


6 00 


6 00 





Bit Brace, Collet ami l»te • Holder. 

Bit Brace, Collel and Die. 



Sire, inches 
Each 



3 "• 








7.16 




$1 90 


1 90 


' 95 


2 00 


2 60 


2 70 



Collel Holder. 

For Bit Brace Use. 
Holds all sizes in A, and five smallest sizes in C Plates, 



. Each, $1 50 



4:4 



Huii ting 'ton, JEfopJcins & Co. 



HAND BOLT CUTTER and NUT TAPPER. 




No. S has three changes of speed multiplying the power two and seven times, and equalizing it once. 
Price, including Tap Chuck, Taps, Dies and Collets for ' 4 ', 5-16, - ! «, 7-16, )A, }$, -%, % and 1 inch. . .! 
Balance wheel on Spindle, extra • 

Weight, about 350 lbs. 

Case for Taps, Dies, etc., furnished with this machine, same as shown in cut of No. 9. 

No. 9 has four changes of speed, multiplying the power 14. 7 and 2 times, and equalizing it once. 
J'rice, including Tap Chuck, Taps, Dies and Collets for -- s , 7-16, '■, ' ■■„ ; t , " ;, 1, 1 ';;. t ' 4 , 1 -\. ; and 1 %, ; 
Balance wheel on Spindle, extra 

Weight, about 400 lbs. 

POWER BOLT CUTTER and \UT TAPPER. 



120 


00 


5 


00 


1.S0 


00 


5 


GO 





No. 10. Price, including Counter-shaft, Tap Chuck, Taps, Dies and Collets for }(, 5-16, J4 7-16, ]4, 

Ni.K' ^ and * inch $'4° °° 

With Friction Clutches on Counter-shaft, extra 10 00 

Weight, about 600 lbs. 
No. 12. Price, including Counter-shaft, Tap Chuck, Taps, Dies and Collets for 3/ a , 7-16, ><, 5g, %{, 

"ij,, i> i/4. iX. r ^ and 1^ '. 200 00 

Weight, about 750 lbs. 

Cases for Taps, Dies, etc., furnished with this machine, same as shown in cut of No. 10. 



San Frcwccisco cuxcL ScLci^currLerxto. 



45 



WRENCHES. 



BAXTER'S. 




4 inch Per doz., $6 oo 8 inch . 

6 inch " 9 oo ro inch . 



. Per doz., $12 00 
" 18 00 



Dias:< mal. 



12 inch Per doz., $24 00 




6 inch . 



. Per doz., $9 00 



inch . 



1'er doz., $12 00 



10 inch Per doz., $iS 00 




Goes'. 



Black. 



6 inch Per doz, $ 00 

8 inch " 10 00 

10 inch " 12 00 

[2 inch " 14 00 

15 inch " 24 00 

] X inch " jo 00 

21 inch 



(< inch. 

8 inch 
10 inch. 
12 inch. 
15 inch. 
18 inch, 
21 inch. 



Bright. 



Per doz. 


$10 OO 


11 


1 1 00 


h 


14 00 


II 


16 00 


II 


26 00 


.. 


.52 00 


" 


38 00 



A-gricuH ural. 

P. s & W. 

Black. 

Length, inches 8 

Per doz $10 00 



Tabu Showing mi Wrench will take. 



Size Wrench, inches.... 6 

Sic Nut, inches .... 



10 



'5 



10 

12 OO 


1 2 
14 00 


IS 

3 


21 



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HORSE SHOES. 



PERKIN'S or BURDEN'S. 




3 


4 


5 


(J 


6& 


6-« 


7 '4 


7" 


5 l A 


5H 


5^ 


6 


2 1 


24 


-9 


35 


iS 


22 


2 6 


3' 



Sctrc Frcuxcisco cuxcL Sacra,me?xto. 



47 



HORSE SHOES. 



PERKIN'S or BURDEN'S 




Nos o t 

Length, inches 5 5',- 

Width, inches 1 ' 4 '_■ 

Weight, Front, ounce 1 j 17 

Weight, Hind, ounce 10 14 

Per keg, $ 



JO 

!0 



3 
20 



4 
28 



5 
34 



6 7 8 

6 

38 44 

a 38 43 



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HORSE SHOES. 



PERKIN'S or BURDENS. 




1 1 ( >ad, Trotting, or- S 1 1 < rw. 

Nos . . o i 2 3 

Length, inches 4 < 4 5 ] j 5^ 6 

Width, inches 4^ 4^ 4 .■ , 53^ 

Weight, Front, ounces 9 13 16 19 

Weight, Hind, ounces 8 10 12 r 6 

Per keg, $ 



4 5 6 

(>y 2 t% ta 

22 25 28 

19 22 25 



Scljx JPrctncisco cuxcl Sacramento. 



49 



SHOES. 

PERKIN'S or BURDEN'S. 




Nos . 

Length, inches 
Width, inches 
Weight, ounces. 



■ 5 






3 

5-S 
4 

'5 



4 
6 

1 8 



5 

i 

22 



6 

2 5 



7 

5'yi 
2 9 



l g, $ • 




Ox. 

Nos ' - 

Length, inches . 4 ' . 5 

50 and 100 lbs. in a box, half each rights and letts. 

. per lb 

4 , 



5 



50 



JJiznti7zgton, Hopkins $• Co. 



TOE CALKS. 




Nos. 



Number to a pound. 



California Pa t ten i . 



'3 



Cts. per lb . 



HORSE NAILS. 




Nos 

Globe, els. per lb 

Putnam, " 

Northwestern, " 
California, " 



Scux Francisco and Sacramento. 



FARRIER'S TOOLS. 




Knives. 

IX L, width of. blade, |4 l /i, $/ & , 5^ and Ji inches 



. Per dozen, $ 



51 



Length, inches . 
Per dozen ...... 




Pincers. 

Wrought Iron, Steel Face. 



14 



Length 14 inches. 




Hoof NTipjH'lV- 



California Pattern, Solid Cast Steel. 



Per dozen, $ 



WELDING MATERIAL. 

Borax. 



Refined 



. 1 Its |>er lb. 



Pure silicon Flux (Sand). 



10 lbs. in a sack. 



Ct< per 11). 



Cherry Heal Welding Compound. 

For Steel. 
■5 lbs. in a box Cts. per lb. 



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FILES AND RASPS. 



1 '•■'■'' '■• ' - '"•■''■''■ ' '■ ■ ■ - 

Bastard. 




_Best American. 



BASTARD. 



Length, inches 4 

Round, Square and Mill Saw $J-4° 

Mill Saw, une round edge 151 

Flat and Warding 1.50 

Half R'd, Hand and Knife 1 60 

Length, inches 4 

Round, Square and Mill Saw $1-65 

Flat 1.75 

Half Round and Hand 1.85 



5 
1. Co 



1 70 
1.85 



6 
i.8 S 

1 99 
2. CO 
2.20 



7 
2.20 



5 
1.85 

2.06 



2.40 
2.65 

SECOND CUT. 
6 
2.10 



2-35 
-'■55 



7 

^55 

2.80 

3- °5 



SMOOTH 



5 
2.00 

z-<5 
2 -35 



Length, inches 4 

Round and Square $'75 

Flat and Warding 1.90 

Half Round and Hand 2.00 

Length, inches 8 

Cabinet Files and Rasps... .$4.20 
Half Kound Wood Rasps. . 3 65 

Flat Wood Rasps 3.35 

Farriers' or Horse Rasps 

. Tanged Horse Rasps 

Shoemakers' Rasps 2.90 

Length, inches 2 to 3 3^ 

Tapers, Rcg'r Single Cut. $1.05 1.05 

Tapers, Slim, Single Cut. 1.15 1.15 

Tapers, Dble Cut to Point 1.35 1.35 



6 

2 -35 
2 -55 
2.80 



7 

2. So 

3'°5 
3-3° 



3-3° 
3-65 
3-95 



9 

5-00 

4-35 
4.00 



3-5° 

4 
1.20 

1 25 
i-5° 



RASPS 

I 2 

8.25 
7.20 
6.65 
6.30 
9.00 
5.80 



10 
6.00 
5.20 
4-75 
4-65 
6.30 
4.10 

SAW FILES 

4'-' 5 5'A 
[.35 1.60 1.85 

1 4° i-55 >-75 
1.75 2.00 2.35 



8 

2.65 
2.85 
2.90 
3'5 

8 
3-°5 
3-35 
365 

9 
3-95 
4-35 
4 75 

'3 
965 

8.50 
7.90 

7-55 
10.80 



9 
3'5 
3-39 
3-5° 
3 80 

9 

3 6 5 

4- co 

4-35 



10 
3.80 
4.09 
4- IS 
45° 



12 
5-35 
5-75 
5.80 
6.25 



'4 
7-65 

8.22 

8.15 

8 75 



4-35 
4-75 
5.20 



1 2 

6- 15 
6.6 S 
7.20 



'4 

S-75 

9.40 

10. 10 



10 

4 75 
5.20 
5.60 



12 
6.70 

7 -5 
7. So 



'4 

9-55 
io. 20 
10.95 



14 

1 1.30 

10.10 

9.40 

9.00 
12.80 



15 

1 3 ' 5 
1 1 .90 
i [.20 
10.80 

1 vOO 



16 
10.80 
[1.61 

"•55 
12.25 

16 
1 2.40 

'3 3° 
14 10 

16 

13-5° 
14-45 
'5-35 

16 

15-4° 
14.-10 

'3-3° 
12.80 
17.60 



6 

2.15 
205 

2 -75 



'Tapers, Double ended 2. 



Pit-Saw, Single Cut 1.50 1.50 1.60 1.70 185 2.10 

Band-Saw, Single Cut 1.70 1.70 1.85 2.05 2.35 2.65 

Hook Tooth' Single Cut 



2-45 

3.00 
2.65 



7 

- 75 

- +5 
3-45 

10 

3 '5 
3 7o 
3>5 



8 

3 45 

3.00 

4 30 
2.40 

3-95 
4-5° 
3.80 



9 

4 3° 
3-65 

5.40 
2.70 
4. So 



5-35 

45° 
6.70 

3 2° 
5.80 



6.60 

5-55 
S.25 



6.85 



4.50 5.25 6.15 



Peter- Stub's. 

SECOND CUT. 
Length, inches 2 to 3 3 y 2 

Warding $i-75 1-75 

Knife 1.50 1.75 

Taper, Saw 1.70 1.80 



4 4'A 5 

2.00 2.38 2.50 

2-25 2.50 3.00 

2.00 2.80 3 10 



18 
14.70 
15.80 
16.00 
17-25 

iS 
16 90 

■8-45 

19.90 

iS 
18.40 
20.00 
2 1 .60 

18 



1 7.60 



S.00 
6.85 



8.00 
7.10 



6 

3 5o 
3-5° 
3'50 



Scltx Francisco ccrtd, Sacr>a,m,en.to. 



53 



AXLE CLIPS. 



5-8 in. Wide, Shank 1-4 in. diameter. 

Nos 00 o 

Length Flat Part, inches 1 '/> 2 

Per dozen $0 80 So 



I 


2 


3 


4 


»# 


3 


3'A 


4 


80 


80 


80 


02 




5-8 3-4 and 7-8 in. Wide, Shank 5-16 in. diameter. 



3 



Nos 00 o 1 2 

Length Flat Part, inches 2}( 2 '., 3% 3 | j 4 ' 4 

Per dozen $0 80 So 80 80 85 



4 5 6 

5 % h 

1 00 115 1 35 




1 1-4 in. Wide, Shank 3-8 in. diameter 



Niis 00 

Length Flai Part, ini lies 

Perdozen $i oo 






1 


2 


1 


4 


5 


6 


4 




5 




6 




7 '4 


00 


1 00 


' '5 


' *5 


1 40 


1 75 







Shank 7-16 in. diameter and I 1-2 in. Long. 



Nos 

Length Flat Part, inches 
Width Flat Part, inches 
Per dozen 



o 1 2 1 4 

5 ft 7 o 10 

.$2 00 2 »5 2 50 2 oe % 25 3 75 



All of tin- above Clips made of Norway Iron. 



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AXLE CLIPS. 



'76 Pattern. 

7-8 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 inch diameter. 
Nos 00 o I 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches 2% 2.^4 3^ 3.^ | > 4 

Per dozen $c 80 80 So So 85 



4 


5 


6 


AA 


5^ 


6 


1 00 


1 '5 


" 35 




'76 Pattern. 

1 1-4 inch Wide, Shank 3-8 inch diameter. 

Nos 00 o 1 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches y/ 2 4 4'A 5 S'A 

Per dozen $100 1 00 1 00 1 1 5 1 25 



4 5 6 

6 (>A VA 

1 40 1 75 2 25 




Si i j >erior Pal t e n i 

7-8 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 inch diameter. 

Nos o 1 

Length Flat Part, inches 2^ i% 

Per dozen .- $0 70 70 



2 


3 


4 


5 


3* 


4'A 


424 


5', 


70 


78 


97 


1 10 




Superior Pattern. 



1 1-4 


inch 


Wide, 


Shank 3 


3 


inch diameter. 













I 


2 




3 4 


5 


6 


7 


4 




4', 


5 




5*4 6 


6/, 


7^ 


8 


1 00 




1 00 


' >S 




1 25 1 40 


1 75 


2 25 


2 3 



Nos 00 

Length Flat Part, inches. 3^ 
Per dozen $1 00 

All of the above Clips made of Norway Iron. 



San J^rcincisco clixcL Scicr'curL.erito. 



55 



AXLE CLIPS. 






Flat, Bhnrp Center, 



0. <;., sharp Center, Hibbed 



G., Sharp Center, Plain, 



Flat, Sharp Center- 

7-8 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 inch diameter. 

Nos o 1 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches 2^ 3^ 3^ 4 14 

Per dozen $085 85 S5 go 

O. GL, Sharp Center, Ribbed. 

3-4 inch Wide, Shank 1-4 inch diameter. 

Nos 00 o 

Length Flat Part, inches 1 y„ 2 

Per dozen $1 00 t 00 

O. Gr., Sharp Center, Plain. 

1 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 inch diameter. 

Nos 00 o ; 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches 2^ 2 • , ;', 3^ 4 ' 4 

Per dozen $1 00 1 00 t 00 1 05 1 10 



4 
' °S 



■X 

1 00 



3 

I on 



4 


5 


4tt 


s'A 


20 


1 3° 



SHORT SPRING CLIPS. 




m 

r it 



cm G 



No. 1, for 3 leaf, i ' 4 inch Spring, Flat Part - 4 inch, Shank 5-16 inch diameter Per dozen, $1 75 

No. 2, " 4 " 1 '4 " " X " " 5-' 6 " " '75 

Gut II. 

No. 2, for ; leal, 1 \ inch Spring. Plat Part : 4 inch, Shank 516 inch diameter Per dozen, $1 75 

No. .;. " 4 " 1 '., 

No. 4, " 3 " ig 

No. s, " 4 " 1 ', 

No. 6, " 5 " 1 ' ■ 

No, 7. " 3 " i# 

No. 8, " 4 ■' 1 






" 5->" 



" 1 




2 


OO 


" J 


OO 


" 2 


OO 


2 


OO 


2 


OO 



All the above Clips made of Norway Iron 



56 



IlmxtingtoTL, Hopl^ciris $ Co. 



SADDLE CLIPS. 





E. and M.'s. 

For i 1-4 inch Springs, 

No. o, Flat Part 2 indies long Per dozen, $6 00 

No. 2, " 2?^ " " (> 00 

Seward's. 

For 1 1-4 inch Springs 

Nos 00 o 1 2 3 

Length Mat Part, inches 2 2.- , 2- A $yi 3^ 

Per dozen sets $4 00 4 25 4 5° 5 00 5 5° 

Fcr 1 3-8 and 1 1-2 inch Springs. 

Nos o 1 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches 2 l / 2 3 3 ' ■ 4 

Per dozen sets $4 5° 5 00 5 5° 6 00 




1 Jrewster's. 

For 1 1-4 inch Springs. 

Nos 000 y 2 00 oo^4 o o ' .. i 

Length Flat Part, inches. . 1 • , 2 2% 2 2*/ 2 2% 

Per dozen $6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 6 00 

For 1 "3-8 inch Springs. 

Nos o 1 

Length Flat Part, inches .-* 2)4 3 

Per dozen $6 00 6 00 

For 1 1-2 inch Springs. 

Nos o 1 

] .ength Flat Part, inches 2 x / 2 3 

Per dozen $Ci 00 600 

All of the above Clips made of Norway [ron. 



6 00 



3/2 

U 00 



2 

6 00 



3 

3/2 

6 00 



3 

4 
6 00 



3 

4 
6 00 



San Fra.ncisco and. Sctcrcurterxto. 

SPRING BAR CLIPS. 
Ribbed. 

5-8 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 inch diameter. 

Nos o 1 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches 41^ 4^ 5/4 $Y\ 

Per dozen $1 00 1 15 1 22 7 3c 



O? 



4 

> 45 





Cut A. Cut B. 

Cut .A., Sharp Center RibbedL 

5-9 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 inch diameter. 

Nos o I 2 3 

Length Flat Part, inches 4 '4 5/i 

Per dozen $ ' °5 ' 2 ° ' : 7 

Cui I J. Shiii'i > Cenl er. 

9-16 inch Wide, Shank 5-16 Inch Diameter. 

Nos o 1 2 

Length Flat Part, inches \% 

Per dozen $' 20 1 30 1 45 



5 6 

7 7 ! 4 

1 65 1 8 5 



4 


5 




7 


1 5° 


1 70 



3 


4 


6>8 


6# 


1 60 


1 So 



CLIP YOKES. 




Wrought Iron. Drilled. 

!{ inch dip ind i inch between holes Per dozen, $ 

; 16 imh Clips. •,• Pi, '■ 1 ' ■■• ' ' : ' '- inch between holes. < ts per lb. 

For ■ j inch Clips, i , i ' . i ' . . > . and 2 inch between holes 

All of the above made of Norway Iron. 



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SINGLETREE CLIPS. 






Center. 
OO 


< lento >. 
o 


Center. 

I 


Center or 
2 


End. renter or End. 

3 


End. 

4 

7-16 


End 
6 


Diameter Shank, inch. . . 


% 


H 




9-16 


* 


Total Length, inches... . 


"3 


12 


I I 


IO 


sy 2 


7/2 


7 


Per dozen 


i 

















End, Welded. 



< 'enter. Welded. 



We carry in stock all the above Clips, Welded, ready for use. 

Have also Nos. 3, 4 and 6 Welded with Hook for Ends ; Nos. 1 and 2 Welded with Ring for Centers, 
No. 1 with <4 inch, No. 2 with 7-16 inch ring. 



BRAKE RATCHETS. 



Wrought Iron. 



Without Guard Each, 



Seen. Frcuxcisco ccrtd, ScLcrtm lento. 



59 



FIFTH WHEELS. 





Derby. Larkin's. 

Derby ]N"o. 2. 

?:; inch iron, 12, 13 and 14 inches diameter, for % to 1^ inch axles. . Per dozen, $ 

l/± " 1 2, 13 and 14 " 1 to i)| " " 

Larkin's ]STo. <>„ 

With Derby No. 2 Top Wheel and Anti-Rattler. 

5 e inch iron, 14, 15 and 16 inches diameter, for 1 to 1J4 inch axles Per dozen, $ 

J4 " 14, i S and 16 " I to 1% " 





Brewsi ei^S. 

No. 1 r, 5 X inch iron, 1 2 and 14 inches diameter, for J& to 1 ' i inch axles Per dozen, $ 

No. 1 1, <| " IS and 14 " i J» '■ 

No. u, \; '• 12 and 14 " " 

No. 12, -< 4 " 12 and 14 " to ■ ' -; " 



Kl FT 1 1 WHEEL— A NTI-R ATTLER. 




For Fifth Wheels, s s inch iron P« dozen, $ 



For " 



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CLIP KING BOLTS. 






No. i, Y" inch diameter at collar Per dozen,- 

No. 2, 9-16" " 

No. 3, 54 " " " 

No. 4, Y " 

' -* KING BOLT TIES. 

With Single Brace End. 
For J4, 1, ij'i, i%, i- : k and 1 Y i ncn axles Per dozen, ! 

PERCH PLATES. 

m 
For Sing'lo Reach. 

No. 2, for 1 Y\ inch Spring and No. 2 King Bolt Per dozen, 

No. 3, for 1 $ " " " 2 " 

No. 4. fori Y2 " " " 3 

For T)onble Reach. 

No. 6, for 1 Y inch Spring and No. 2 King Bolt Per dozen, 

No. 7, for 1 34 " " " 2 " " 

No. 8, for i}4 " " " 3 " 

REACH SOCKETS. 

IVtosier's. 

No. 1, for Y mcn Reach Per dozen, 

No. 2, for ji " " 

All the above made of Norway Iron. 




Sclix WrcLrxcisco and ScLcrcLrrtercto. 



61 



STAY ENDS AND OFFSETS. 





Stay End. 

Plain Octagon Pattern. 

No. o, Round Part B 7-16 inch diameter Per dozen 

No. i, " y 2 » 

No. 2, " " 9-16 " 

A 

Offset. 

Plain Octagon Pattern. 

No. o, Arm B, 7-16 inch diameter; Arms A, A, ^ inch diameter Per dozen, 

No. 1, " y 2 " '• " 7-16 " " 

No. 2, " 916 " " " y " " 

B W 

Slay End. 

Point Octagon Pattern. 

No. o, Round Part B 7-16 inch diameter I'er dozen, $ 

No. 1, " " y 2 " 

No. 2, " " 9-16 " " 

Offset. 

Point Octagon Pattern. 

No. o, Arm B, 7-16 inch diameter ; Arms A, A, • - inch diameter Per dozen, $ 

No. 1, " >_. " " ■• 7-16 - 

No. 2, " 9-16 " " " <, " 

All the above made of Norway Iron. 




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STAY ENDS AND OFFSETS. 




Stay End, No. 8. 




Stay Kncls. 

ROUND PATTERN. 



Size, inches 

No. i, per dozen . 
No. 3 " 



OVAL PATTERN 

Size, inches 9- 16\ 

No. 6, Per dozen '. $ 

Offsets. 

ROUND PATTERN. 

Size, inches • „ 

No. 2, Per dozen $ 



Size, inches 

No. 7, Per dozen . 



OVAL PATTERN. 

9 Hi- 



7-16 



7-16 






% 



1 1 - 1 I) 



#x7-i6 tt*}4 



9-16 



%*1 16 'jX 1 : 



BODY LOOPS. 





Single Lip, DouW.- Lip. 

Single Lip. 

For Spring Bar, inches ]/i 

Diameter of Hole, inches 5-16 

Per dozen 1 

Double L,ip. 

For Spring Bar, inches ^ ^ 1 

Diameter of Hole, inches ^ 5-16- 5-16 

Per dozen ! $ 

All of the above made of Norway Iron. 



5-16 



iX 
X 



X 



X 






9 i6 



h*# 



Scut Wrcuxcisco ccncl ScLcrctmertto. 63 

STAY END TIES. 

JSii ! ^\ 

: 

Uent. Straight. 

Round. 

Size, inches 3/ s 7-16 y 2 

Per dozen $ 

Oval. 

Size, inches 9-i6x^ $/ s x3/a %*1-i(> 

Per dozen $ 

FELLOE PLATES. 

Philadelphia Pattern. 
For y A , Ji, 1, \yi, 1%, ifi, i 1 /,, ijyji, 1^ and 2 inch rims Cts per lb. 

FELLOE HOLDERS. 

MEI.LYN'S. 

c 

For Rims, inches y A 1 , 1^ ,>. 

Per set of eight pieces $ 

SPRING SHACKLES. 

Side Bar, Plain Pattern. 

For Spring, inches 1 ' 4 

Per dozen pairs $ 

All <>i above made of Norway Iron. 



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SHAFT AND POLE COUPLINGS. 





Black. 


"' ^ 


— C*^"^ 








imp 














Light. 




Heavy. 




Extra Heavy, 


Size, inches 


7-8 i i 


ijA 


*H 


*X 


134 2 


Diameter Bolt, inches . 


5-16 5-16 3-8 


# 


7 16 7-16 


'-■ 


% 


Per dozen Pairs 


s 












Bright. 

Light. 

Size, inches 7-8 1 

Diameter Bolt, inches 5-16 5-16 

Per dozen Pairs $ 



H 



ft 7-16 



7-16 



SHAFT A XI) POLE EYES. 





Shaft, Pole. 

SI Kill Eyes. 

Light. Heavy. 

Size, inches 7-8 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 4 1 yi 

Diameter Bolt, inches 5-16 5-16 - ; 3/jj 716 7-16 

Black, per dozen Pairs $ 

Bright, " " 

Pole Eyes. 

Size, inches 1 \yi 1% \y 2 

Diameter Bolt, inches 5-16 7-16 7-16 

Bright, per dozen pairs $ 

All of the above made of Norway Iron. 



A 



*x 

A 



>>; 



2 



Sctn Frcuxcisco curtci ScLcrcuTtento. 



65 



WHIFFLETREE COUPLINGS AND PLATES. 




4jg> 




\'0U. 



Wilcox Brewster's. 

/Wilcox's "Wliiffletree Coupling. 

Top Plate, Bolt and Clip made in one piece. 
For Buggies and Light Wagons - Per dozen, $ 

BreM'stei-'s AVliinietree Plates. 

No. I, for Light Buggies Per dozen, $ 

No 2, for Heavy Buggies " 

111 
|M! 

Ml:, 

pr;_ ,- 
_._ 





Double Lock. Chan-: 

Wilcox's Whiffletree Plates. 

DOUBLE LOCK 

i . for Light Buggies, i : inches wide, 5-16 inch bolt hole Per dozen $ 

No. 2, for Heavy " - " " " " 

CHAMPION 

No. 1, for Light Buggies, 1 j inches wide, s-16 inch bolt hole Per dozen $ 

No. ., lor Heav) " " " " 

5 



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STEP PADS. 




Ring Pat 



[Three Lea! Pattern. 



Ring Pattern. 

No. o, 2"g by 3 inches Per dozen pairs. .$ 

No. i, zH by 3f6 " 

No. 2, 3; 8 by t,Y a " " 



Horse Shoe Pattern. 

No. o, 3 by iY 2 inches Per dozen pairs, 

No. 1, 3 3i by 3 ;« " 

No. 2, 3^ by 4K " 



Three Leaf Pattern. 

No. o, 3 by 3J-2 inches Per dozen pairs, 

No. 1,336 by 4 " " 

No. 2.3^ by 4/2 •< 



All the above made of Norway Iron. 



San Frcnxcisco and Sacramento. 



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STEP PADS. 




Open Stripe Pattern. 



plant Square Pattern. 



Open Bti'ipe Pattern. 

No. o, 3 by 3^ inches .... Per dozen pairs, $ 

No, i, 3^6 by 4 " " 

No. 2, 3*4 by 4% " .... 



Plain Square Pattern. 

No. o, ^ by *, ' • inches. . .Per dozen pairs, $ 
No. i. ■ by 4 " 
No. 2, , \% •' ... 



SIDE BAR STEPS. 





Plain & FlutedlPattem. Stripe Pattern. 

With Finished Yoke. wilh Fin , sn( . d Yoke . F „ ^ and , ^ inch Baf 

No. i, Plain Per dozen Pairs, $ 

No 2, " . . . " N o, jbyj'; inches. . . Per dozen pairs, $ 

No. ,, Fluted. \ . . . by4 « 

No. 2, " ... 

All the above made "i Norway Iron. 



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STEP PADS. 







Plum Pattern. 



Rubber Covered. 



Forged. 

Pattern 

No. I, 3x3^ inches, Forged $ 

No. 2, 3^x4 " " 



Plain. Star. 



Channel. Diamond. 



San Francisco and. Sacramento. 



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'IMPROVED SHIFTING CARRIAGE RAIL. 




Spare's. 

2 pieces each, Nos. i, 2, 6 and 4 of No. 7 for a set of Single Rails Per set, $ 




Seward's. 

2 pieces eacn, Nos. 1, 2. v 5 » n d 6 for a set of Single Rails 

Extra pieces tor above carried in stock. 
Made of Norway Iron. 



. Per set, $ 



70 JSziThtingtori, Hopkins & Co. 

FORGED SLAT IRONS. 

■^ jam 

^ZLi i , : i : i 

Oval Socket, Three Bow Pattern. 

Three Bow, with two long Bows Per dozen sets, 

Q ' 

Oval Socket, Four Bow Pattern. 

Four Bow, with two long Bows Per dozen sets. $ 

O O O \j. w 

o o 

Philadelphia Extension Top Pattern. 

Five Bow, Extension Top Per dozen sets, $ 

STUMP JOINTS. 

Milled. 

Size, inches yi x 'A o-i6.\3» 9-16x7-16 t)-i6x}4 ^xfjj 5^x7 -16 

Per dozen $ 

Size.inches >W/i $i*$& %*fi -%>7" 16 3 A*A } A x3 A 

Per dozen $ 

JOINT ENDS. 

Oval Iron. 

Size, inches, JMsxfij, w ' tn holes 1332 Per set, 







San Francisco and. Sacramento. 



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TOP PROPS, NUTS AND RIVETS. 





props. 



a 



Top Props. 



i 8 Shank, without Nuts or Rivets Per set, 

,: with No. 13 Nuts and Rivets " 

'}i " " 18 " " ' " 

N"TltS. 

No. 13, Solid, Silver Capped Nuts, with ]4 inch Cap Per gross, ! 

No. 18, Imitation Stitched, Black Enameled Nuts " 

Rivets. 

Capped to match Nuts, same list as Nuts. 

TOP PROP BLOCKS. 




Rubber 



In strips of two feet . 



Pel foot, $ 




ANTI-RATTLERS. 




KiiMier. Thurl 

Rubber. 

1 and 1 ' ini h, in strips -• feet long Per lb., Regular, $ Extra. $ 

Thurber's. 

Steel Wire, Japanned Per dozen pairs, $ 

Rubber Spring Bumpers. 

No. 1, 1 ' . inch wide. ; inches high, 7 inches long Per lb., Regular, $ Extra. $ 

No. », i% •' 3% " •• S'.. - -' ....... 

No. 3, 2 " 4 " " 9 " ■• 



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DASH FRAMES AND PARTS. 




Frames. 

In parts Per dozen sets, 

Feet. 

For Deep Bodies. 

i '4 inch offset Per dozen pairs, 

Forged from Solid Norway Iron 



Diameter, inches . 
Per dozen 



SOLID COLLARS. 




5-16 }i 7-16 9-16 



LEATPIER DASHES. 



H H 




Straight. 



Length, inches 22 

Height, 1 1 inches, each $ 

Height, 15 " 

Length, inches 32 

Height, 1 1 inches, each $ 

Height, 15 •' 



Straight and Curved. 

Complete with Feet and Bolts. 

2 24 25 26 27 



33 



34 3 6 3 8 



28 30 



40 



Extra sizes on hand. 






San JPrctncisco and Sacramento. 



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FOOT RAILS. 




BODY TOP CORNER IRONS. 

— *~i 




% 



Square Corner*. 

Width, inches ft 5-16 and fjj 7-16 

Per dozen sets $ 

Round Corner. 

Width, inches ft 5- 1 6 and ^ 

l'er dozen sets $ 

A set consists of one pair each Long .19x3 ', inches) and Short (3'iX3', inches. 



NAME PLATES 



Silver and Gold Plated. 




c H.HOOKEK&- CO. 

New Haven. Conn. 



Ho 900 

Nos Soo Gold. 800 Silver. 

Pel dozen $ 

Marked to order. 



900 ( . 



900 Silver. 



*? 



CARRIAGE KNOBS. 



Japanned; to Drive. 



No. 3. 



No 2 

No. 3. 






BJarttirigtorL, Hopkins $• Co. 



WHIP SOCKETS. 






No. 18. No . .,,,,. „„ .,._ 

Rubber Top. 

No iS, Metal, 6*/ 2 inches long, Excelsior Fastener, (as No. 25^) Per dozen, 

No. 2534, Wood, 6^ " « " plated band 

Excelsior Holder. 

No. 55, Metal, Excelsior Fastener p er <j ozen| 

!• 
V 

Rubber Top. 

No. 11, Metal, Excelsior Fastener Per dozen, $ 

No 64, Metal, for Leather Dash " 





Sclti Francisco and. Sacramento, 



75 



Cts. per lb . 



No. 5 



No. 10 



No. 20 



No. 216 I 



No. 217 



No. 105 



MALLEABLES. 



"Wliiliietpee Ferrules. 




CLOSED END. 

Sizes 

Inside diameter, large end, inches . . . 
Depth, inches 



A 

X 

15-16 



B 

7A 



C 

1 



D 



E 




CALIFORNIA SQUARE PATTERN. 

I Sizes D E F G H J K 

Inside diam., small end, inches.... 1 i}i i%~ i$£ \]A i^£ 1.^ 

Depth, inches 115-16 21-16 2^ 2 l /i 2^ 2 Jg 3 1-16 

CALIFORNIA ROUND PATTERN. 

Sizes A B C D E F G H J K 

Inside diam., small end, in. . 5& X /& 1 * l A '/+' Tfi ' .'-• ''-■-'■ 'U 

Depth, inches i}i i'X 1$ \yi. i$i i% 2 2 ' 4 2 ' 4 2 -'k 



"Whiflietree Sockets. 




Diameter, large end, inches . 
Length, inches 



4 



Diameter, large end, ini hes 
Length, inches 



mm Sizes 

ler, large end, inches . 
Length, inches 



A 


B 




1 







No. 30 4[P 



Whiillet ree T< mgues. 

- \ 

Plain Shank, diameter, inches 5-16 

Length, inches 



No. 35 (P)^\\\\VWlSiW Screw Shank, diameter, inches. . 5-16 

>sT ~* Length, inches 

t L mmm 



No. 70 



Sizes 

Screw Shank, diameter, inches . 
Length, inches 



B 


C 




-,-, 






B 


c 




7-16 






\ 


B 






J 





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Hunting ton., HopPcins $> Co. 

MALLEABLES. 

"Whifiietree Hooks. 

Sizes... A B C 

Inside diameter, small end, inches i \}fa i% 

Depth, inches i% i J^ \y 2 

Length, inches 3 3 y 2 3 y 2 

Right and Left, in pairs. 

Doubletree Clevises. 

RIBBED PATTERN. 
Patent Pin. 

f Nos 33° 345 355 37° 375 

Width inside, inche c . . . 222 2% 2% 

Entire length ..4% 4^ 514 51^ 6 



No. 120 



No. 375 



No. 480 




OVAL PATTERN. 
Screw Pin. 



2 inches wide inside; 4^ inches entire length. 



No. 2815 




End Clevises. 

Nos 2805 2810 2815 

Width inside, inches j£ Jjj 7/i 

Length, inches 3 3 y 2 4 



No. 6004 



"Whiffletree Plates. 



No. 625 




No. 630 




3^ iu. long ; 5-16 in. hole. (Design patented.) 4 in. long ; 5-16 in. hole. 4^ in. long ; ^i in. hole. 



No. 605 



No. 615 



No. 620 1 

(Design patented.) 3 inches long; 5-16 inch hole. (Design patented. J 3^ inches long; 5-16 inch hole. 




Seen FrcLixctsco and. ScLcrcLiTL&jxto. 77 

MALLEABLES. 

Whifnetree Front Plates. 

Design Patented. 

Is SB^^e^. Sizes A B C D E 

Width, inches i|4 iyi TS/g ij{ 2 

Length, " 4 4^. 4</ 2 4^ 4^ 

Hole, " 5-16 3/ 8 1/% 7-16 % 

AVliiffletree Couplings. 

In Paiis. Design Patented. 

HIGH PATTERN. 

Sizes A B C D 

Width, inches i3/jj 1^ i$& zy{ 

'* ' 4g£gg^ Length, " 3^ 3^ 4^ 4^ 

Hole, " 5-16 H H H 

LOW PATTERN. 
* "" — "I, Design Patented. 

Sizes.... ABCDEFGHJ 
Width, in i}i . \y 2 jl,{ 2 2}i 2% 2^ 234 3 
Length," 33^ 4 4 # 434 5 5 ' 4 5 # 6 6^ 
Hole, " 5-16 34 34 34 7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16 7-16 



No. 650 




No. 690 




No, 695 




No. 705 




m ~~~* 



WITH STOP. 
Design Patented. 

i. J 4 inches wide, 4';- inches long, }i inch hole. 



No. 750 




Wagon Circles. 

Sizes A H 

Bed, inches iji * 

Diameter, inches 14 >4 

Width Circle " ' ' 

Thickness Bed, inche- % 

Hole, ■«..... # 



>4 
1 

1 



78 HzxrvtiixgtorL, Hopkins $■ Co. 

MALLEABLES. 
D Fifth Wheels. 

With Flanged Top and Bottom for Double Perch. 

i)/i inch Bed ; n.v( inches long. 
Yxf-M inch Circle ; ]' inch Hole. 

^ With Flanged Top and Bottom for Single Perch, 

'^§tmmm^mi I i % inch Bed ; 13 '/ 2 inches long. 

ix- : h inch Circle: '_• inch Hole. 

Hold Backs. 

Sizes \ B C D 

ar For Strap, inches 1 i}S ' r'_- 

Shank, inches % 5-16 J§ 7-16 

Length, inches 2^ 2^ 3^ 3S s 

Shalt Tips. 

Sizes A B C D E 

No. 82£| I Diameter, inches ^ yi 1 i]/i 1% 

Length, inches 1 ? 8 1 1/^ \l/^ 1 ~- : 2 

ISTeek Yoke Tips. 

BEADED END 

— ____,^ Sizes A B C D E 

■BB^MUMMP Diameter, inches 3/ x J4 1 1 l .% \){ 

SB0 Length, inches 4 4}£ 4 ; 4^ 5 

Made with hole tapering to inside to save shouldering and cutting grain of wood. 

Pole Tips. 

\ BEADED END. 

Size A, 6 inches long, r!& inches diameter. 

No. 850 Same Pattern. 7 inches long. Sizes \ B C D E 

Diameter, inches 1 '4 lfs i}i if£ ii^ 

Made with hole tapering to inside to save shouldering and cutting grain of wood. 








Scltx FrcLTXcisco and. SctcrcLnxercto. 



79 



MALLEABLES. 
T and Slialt Irons. 



No. 1095 m 



7 ]/& inches long. 
In Pairs, Right and Left. 



No. 1105 




B 

2! 



C 

2>A 



No. 1420 




Concealed Joints 

B 



C 



Sizes A 

n 12 13 17 inches center 

to center of Holes. Holes are counter-sunk on Both sides 
and can be used right and left. 
sjgj~ Unless ordered plain castings, not riveted, Joints will be 
" :Cj furnished, Riveted and Japanned. 

Corner Irons. 



No. 1000 



t 



No. 1005 




ij£ inches long, y% inches wide. 
In Pairs, Right and Left. 



234 inches long, 1 inch wide. 
In Pairs, Right and Left. 



No. 1010 



No. 1015 




No. 1035 



BEVELED EDGE 
A B 

• + in. wide. 
3% 3'j in. long 



No. 1040 




3y& inches long, 1 inch wide. 
In Pairs, Right and Left. 



BOTTOM CORNER, 
inches. 



SQUARE EDGE 



"k inch wide. 
4 inches long. 



No. 1075 



4-' 4 inches long h wide. 

Square Corner. 



80 



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MALLEABLES. 

Seat Eisers. 



No. 1305 



No. 1310 




STRAIGHT PATTERN. 


Des 


gn Patented. 


A 


B 


6 


7 inches high. 


'3# 


14 inches wide 



BEVELED PATTERN. 

A B 

6 7 inches high. 

14 14 inches wide. 



Seat Fastener. 



COMMON SENSE. 



v Per dozen sets . 



No 1405 




Thumb JSTuts. 



LOW PATTERN 



Sizes 

For Rods, inches . 
Height 



A B 

.Tl-,6 # 



C D 

H 7 '6 

H 15-16 



E 

1 



No. 1410 




HIGH PATTERN. 

Sizes A B C D E 

For Rods, inches . y^ 5-16 --;, 7-16 ]/ 2 

Height 15-16 1 iyi 13-16 15-16 

Above Nuts have straight holes, same as drilled (not tapered), and are ready to tap 



Scljx Francisco and ScLcrcnnejzto. 



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MALLEABLES. 

Seal Handles. 



No. 1225 




No. 1230 




Right and Left, in pairs. 
For 4)4 inch Seat Back. 



Right and Left, in pairs. 
For 5 ' ,-; inch Seat Back, 



Seat Braces. 



No 1245 



No. 1250 




loi Three Spring Wagons. 

Width of Seal Back, 4jHj inches, 

May b ith Handle No 1 225. 



No. 1255 




Width ol Seat Hack 4 ; , ini Width of Scat Bai h 

May be used with Handle No, 1225. Maybe used with Handle No 1230 

Check Loops. 

Sizes \ 1! 

No. 2000 ^F^^^^ ho °V- inches 1 

^* ^^ 1 .ength. inches 

11 



l> K I 



8£ 



Svuxtingtort, Hopkins & Co. 



No. 2005 



MALLEABLES. 

3S"eck Yoke Loops. 



aYz inches long, 2 A inch loop. 



No. 2040 



0© 



No. 2050 




No.2180 



No. 2 190 



No. 2195 



No. 2240 



I3ody Loops. 

OVAL. 

Sizes A B 

Loop, inches % 7 A 

Length, inches 1 ^ 1 f6 

Perch. Loops. 

OVAL 



Sizes C 

Loops, inches 1 

Length, inches 2^ 



Spring Ties and Plates. 



D 




fr^Tj 



In Pairs. 

Sizes A 

For Springs, in. . . 1^ 
For Axles, in. . . . 1 



Spring lop Pluto, with Square Boles. Axle Bottom Plate, with Round Moles. 

Spring and Axle Blocks. 

Design Patented 



E 
1* 



E 
3 




F 



F 

3tt 



B C E 

1% r# i/ 2 

''A l A >'4 




Sizes A 

For Spring, inches. 1 A 
For Axle, inches . . 1 
Length, inches. ■ ■ -SA 



B (' 

1 '+ 

1 ! 1 • ■ 



I) E F 

'H ''A *A 



Sizes A 

For Spring, inches. 1% 
For Axle, inches ... 1 
Length, inches .... 6 
Hole, inches 5-16 5-16 



s'A sW s^ 5>* 

Design Patented. 

C I) E 



B C 1) E F 

1 ':: ' ! ■; 1 '8 1^ I- ; « 



<•', 



7^ 7>< 7J^ lA 



H 



7-16 7-16 




Side Spring Shackles. 

Sizes A 

For Spring, inches 1 A 

Length, inches 1 ^ 



c 


D 


E 


A 


*% 


2 


"A 


2A 


2^ 



Scux Frctnctsco cured. SctcrcLiixeivto. 



83 



No. 2245 



No. 2255 



MALLEABLES. 
Spring- Shackle Holders 



Sizes B 

Width, inches i y{ 

Bearing, inches i }{ 

Holes, inches ; . j 



Barrel Shackle Links or Hangers. 



In Pairs. Medium Pattern, '., inch Thick. 



B C I) 

: 




c 


D 


E 


iX 


»# 


2 


'A 


iy* 


i>A 


H 


n 


M 




if T" 



Center lo center of holes, inches 
Holes, inches 



Hill 9 



No. 2285 




.A^xle Kills. 

Closed End. For Iron Axle, with Rim. 

Sizes 

Size of Nut, inches 

Diameter of hole, inches 

Diameter of Flange, inside, inches . . . 

I lepth, inches 

lor Axle, inches 



\Y r<-ii< jh.es 



No. 2320 



Sizes 

For Axle Nuts, inches. 
Length, inches 



A 



1) 
9 




I 

!0' 4 



No. 2335 



No. 2340 




Design Patented 
A B 



E 



B 


C 


D 


E 


X 


i 


i ! 


i ! 


1 
1-16 


1 Mil' 
I 


i 3-16 

i ' 


2 I.32 

''A 



IO' £ 



Sizes \ B l U 

For Nuts, in. ! 
Length, inchi 



Design Patented. 

A 

I, 1 '_, inch Nuts. 
lo 1 .- inches long 



84 



Hunting tort, Hop'kins $ Co. 



MALLEABLES. 

Tail Boa I'd Hineres 



No. 1465 



wmmm 



No. 1470 



$% inches long. 
For 5-16 " Rod. 

- " length of Screw- 

To be used with No. 1470. 



S'i inches long. 
" wide. 
For 5-16 " Rod. 
To be used with No. 1405. 



No. 1475 




No. 1480 I 



2% inches long. 
2^ " wide. 
To fit No. 14.S0, A and B. 



Sizes, A 
9 



B 



3 inches long, 
wide. 
516 5-16 " R.id. 



No. 1485 



Tail Board Nuts and Washers 



s. 




In Pairs. 




Sizes 

For Rod, inches 
Length, " 



A 
5-16 



Tail Board Id audio Xuts 



B 

H 

3 l A 



c 

716 



No. 1490 




Sizes A 

For Rod, inches 5-16 

Length, " ,-, 



4'A 



c 
7-16 

4/4 



Slake and Bow [rons. 



No. 1520 



No. 1535 




V&V A Sizes 

1 >epth inside, inches . 

Width 

Length " " 



For 2 inch Stake. 
j ' 4 inches deep. 



B 


G 




H 


'H 


2 




4 





San Francisco and Sctcranxeixto . 85 

MALLEABLES. 
Sand Bands. 

FLANGED PATTERN TO SCREW. 

No^400,««!lligiMM!h ^ B- C D E F G H J K 

yui „ iu ,,-^y 2 ^ 2 ^ . 2 ->4 3 3X 3^ 3M 4 4^ 

1 inch diameter inside small end. 

RIM PATTERN TO DRIVE. 

No. 2410 (fll!! 1 liilliiMiit, A'lSCDEKG HJ K L M N O 

2 # 2 < s 2 ^ 2 ^ 8 2 M 2 ^ 3 i l A 3^ 3 3 /^ 4 4H 
inch diameter inside small end 

t 

Farr's Patent. 

Standard Sizes for Square Iron Axles. 

Nos o I 2 3 4 S f> 8 ,o 

Axle, inches i/ A ft i \ | „ t % , , , , 

Collar, not over inches. i.<« i 7.16 1 11 16 1 13-16 1 15-16 ' 25-16 2 Q-r6 2 13-16 

Per dozen sets $7 00 S 00 9 00 9 00 9 00 9 00 io 00 10 00 10 00 

Special Sizes for Square Iron Axles. 

N ° S 41 'j A<-n ,1 ' . ,, , 

Axle, inches 1 ', ,. , ; , , . 

Collar, not over, inches 2 ' . t U ^ , , 

Per dozen sets $1050 10 50 1050 1 2 00 1 2 00 

Sizes for original Concord Axles. 

Nos 21 1 21 '., ■ , ,,-.. 

Axle, inches , , , , . 

Collar, not over, inches 2 2 3-16 - 5-16 

Per do/.cn sets $9 00 9 00 10 jo 10 50 

Swivels. 

j^fc-v CHAIN,. LIGHT PATTERN 

N- I I Ull "SWeL ^ ' " 

V _^y^BK I - en « ,h,in -' 

^H^^^^ 7-16 

Si 1 . length 3J inches, eye ' 4 inch. ^^^^^^ 

CHAIN, HEAVY PATTERN. 
1 1 ' " 25r " r ( ? ■• A H " E K 

jth, inches... .; 4 '4 5 

Eye, inch 7-16 % 





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MALLEABLES. 
Step Pads. 

Designs Patented. 



No. 1705 




-, ' r \ -, ' _. inch. 

B 

4 ' ,\_| ' im li 



No. 1 




f' y * y* y* y ' y ' j 

No. 1720 M/fyt*$$& 



^§gggg*%I 



V-W\ inch. 

B 

; : N-l ,- inch. 



No. 1725 




I ,-; inch. 



,; : - \,v,-; inch 



No. 419 




No. 4 19. 

4":-\4', inch. 

No. 419 J 

1 ! j inch. 



No. 1735 




.r 4 M ! 4 

inch 



Body Si ('j >-. 

Designs Patented. 



NO. 1755 




No. 1760 




Yl inch drop; $%X3% inch Pad; 6jfj inch long. 
\Tfa\2}k inch T; 5-16 inch Holes. 



No. 1765 




4 inch drop; 3X3j£ inch Had; 6 inch lon;j 
1 ": :\2jg inch T ; 5-16 inch Holes. 



4 inch drop; 3 : :s\j-"« inch l'ad ; <>' ■ inch long, 
inch T ; 5-16 inch Holes. 



Scux Francisco ctrtoZ Sctcrcuneixto. 



87 



MALLEABLES. 

Body Steps. 



Designs Patented. 



No. 1795 




No. 1805 




No. 1795. — i}i inch drop, 3^ by $}& inch Pad, 6 inches long, i3« inch sweep of Shank, i}4 by 3^6 inch T, 
■ ; » inch Holes. 

No. 1S05. — 1 inch drop, 3^ by 3-^ inch Pad, 6 inches long, l / 2 inch sweep of Shank, 1^ by 4>4 inch T, 
5-16 inch Holes. 



No. 1815 




No. 1820 




No. 1815.— 2 inch drop, 2"s by 3 >i inch Tad, 5 ' 4 inches long, 1 by 3 '4 inch T, 1 ,-, inch sweep ol Shank, 
;: inch holec 

No. 1820.— 2 inch drop, 3'.. by 3^ inch Pad, 6 inches long, 1 '.. inch sweep of Shank, 1 by 3 ' 4 inch T, 
■ ; h inch Holes 



No. 1855 



No. 1850 






No. 1850. -;'.. inch drop. 3% b) 3# inch Pad. 1 '_• inch sweep of Shank, # by 5 inch T, io?{ inches 
long, 516 inch Holes. 

No. 1855.-3 inch drop, 4 by 4 inch Pad, 1 % inch sweep of Shank, 1 by 7 inch Shank, 12'j,' inches long, 
1 h Holes. 



88 



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MALLEABLES. 



No. 1950 



Carriage and Wagon Stepg 

Designs Patented. 




8 inch Drop, 3/6x3^8 inch Pad, 3^ inch sweep of Shank. 

4>4 inch sweep of Shank sideways.; 1x3^x5^ inch T. 

5- 16 inch Holes. Right and Left, in Pairs. 



No. 1955 




4 y 3 inch Drop ; 3X3^ inch Pad.^ 
2^ inch sweep of Shank. 
: 8Xj; : + x 4'2 ' ncn T ; 5-16 inch Holes. 
Right and Left, in Pairs. 



No. 1960 




San Francisco and Sacramento. 



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MALLEABLES. 



Carriage and "Wagon Step 



No. 1965 




r2 inch drop; 3 7 8*3 : 8 inch Pad. 

4'/i inch sweep of Shank ; 1x3^x5^ inch T; 5-16 inch Holes. 
To be used with wrought Iron Brace. 



No. 1970 




9 hdrop; V; inch Pad ; 7 inch sweep of Shank. 

Right and Lett, in I'airs. 



No. 1975 




inch drop; ,v 4 inch Pad: 7 inch sweep of Shank. 
Right and Left, in Pairs. 



90 



JZizntzTrgton, Sop7<.i7rs $• Co. 



MALLEABLES. 



Clevises. 

No. 2S90. — 



No. 2890 



No- 2920 




4 inch Beam ; 3 ^ is inch from center of 
Wrench to center of Pin ; 2 inch in clear; 
'S- 4 inches entire length ; 7 Holes. 



No. 2895 — 2 1 /? inch Beam ; 35 g inch from center of 
Wrench to center of Pin ; 1 '% inch clear ; 
934 inches entire length ; 7 Holes. 

No. 2900 — 2?s inch Beam; 3^ inch from (enter of 
Wrench to center of Pin; 1"?, inch clear; 
<r. t inches entire length ; 7 holes. 



No. 2920. — 234 inch Beam; 4;; inch from 
center of Wrench to center of 
Pin; 2- J n inch clear; 11'™ 
inches entire length ; 8 Holes. 

No. 2925. — 3 inch Beam ; 5 .inch from (en- 
ter of Wrench to center of Pin ; 
3- >; inch clear ; 13 inches entire 
length : S Holes. 



"Wood. Beam Clevises. 



No. 2950 




No. 2950. — Width of Beam 2^ in- 
ches ; distance between 
center of Holes 3jfj inch. 

No. 2955. — Width of Beam 3 inches ; 
distance between center 
of Holes 4 ; '/4 inch. 



HARROW TEETH. 





Steel, y 2 , y% and 34 ' ncri square, and ] .. by s g inch Per lb, 

Iron, 3/£ inch square " 

100 lbs. in a box. 



Scm Frcuicisco ctncl. Sacramento. 



91 



RIM BANDS. 





Malleable Iron. 

No. 2425, 1% inches deep. 

Size A B C D E F G II J K L M N 

Diameter, inside large end, in. 2 2}i 1% 2}i 2)/ 2 25g 2^ 2]% 3 3^ 3^ 3^ 31; 
Per set, Polished and Turned . $ 

Per set, Nickel Plated $ 

No. 2430, 2 inches deep. 

Size J K L 

Diameter, inside large end, inches 3 3 ' j 

Per set, Polished and Turned $ 

Per set, Nickel Plated $ 



M 



N 





Ciiirinii;>t i. 

Composition, N~ickle Plated. 

CINCINNATI PATTERN. 
1 l , inches deep. 

Diameter, inside large end, ini hes 2 2 \ 

Per set $ 

2 inches deep. 

Diameter, inside large end, indies 3 3 ' 4 

Per set $ 

CENTRAL PARK PATTERN 
1 ', inches deep. 
Diameter, inside largo end, inches 

Per set $ 

2 inches deep. 

Diameter, inside large end, inches 3 

Per set $ 






9; 



Hizntington, Hopkins & .Co. 



SHAFT TIPS. 




Malleable Iron. 



Size 

Diameter, inches 

Length, " 

Japanned, per dozen pairs. 
Silver Plated, " " 



B 

H 



D 

i ! 



I <± 





Nos. 8 ami 10. 



Composition, ISTickel Plated. 



-74 

M 30 



No. 5, 1 1 , inches Long. 

Diameter, inches 

Per doxen pairs 4,2 30 

No. 8, i'l inches Long. 

Diameter, inches y A "fa 1 1 1^ 

Per dozen pairs $2 So 3 00 3 5° 3 N 5 

No. 10, Extra Heavy, 2 inches Long. 

Diameter, inches j , 

Per dozen pairs $450 5 00 

No. 15, Extra Heavy. 2^ inches Long. 

Diameter, inches y^ yg 1 

Per dozen pairs $ir 00 12 50 15 50 



2 70 
4 4° 



5 75 




WHIFFLETREE HOOKS. 



Nos 

Diameter, inches . 
Per dozen pairs . 



Patent Spring. 

12 3 4 5 6 

I i 1 -; 1 ' + 1 1 '_. 

$5 °° 5 °° 5 75 6 5° 7 5° s 5° 



WHIFFLETREE TIPS. 




Malleable Iron, ISTickel Plated. 

No. 216, 4 inches Long. 



Diameter inside, large end, inches . 
Per dozen pairs 



Diameter inside, large end, inches . 
Per dozen pairs 



No. 217, 4 inches Long. 



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WHIFFLETREE TIPS. 





Composition, Nic-kle Plated. 

No. 45, Extta Heavy, 3^ inches long. 

Diameter, inches 7^ 

Per dozen pairs $ 1 2 00 

No. 50, Extra Heavy, 2 L i inches long. 

Diameter, inches 7g 

Fer dozen pairs $ , '■, r 



14 5° 





■8 

2 00 



No. 55, Extra Heavy, 31., inches long. 

Diameter, inches 

Per dozen pairs 

No 60, Extra Heavy, 31., inches long. 

1 liameter, inches 

Per dozen pairs j, . ^ 



14 5° 




NECK YOKE TIPS. 
Malleable Iron. Silver Plated. 

No 830. Beaded End. 

Size B C 

Length, inches 

I liameter, inches 1 

Her dozen pairs $ 

Composition, Nioklo Plated. 



I>8 



E 

5 
1% 





No. 80, Extra Heavy. 41 , inches long. 

I >i ■ leter, mi hcs - , 

Pei dozen pairs '...'. .'.'$ I3 " 5 o 16 50 

No. 85, Extra Heavy, 4 ' 4 inches long. 

I liameter, inches , 

Per dozen pairs $24 00 17 50 



94: 



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POLE TIPS. 




Malleable Iron, Silver Plated. 

No. 845. 6 inches long. 
Size A, \ l /%, inches diameter Per dozen, j 

No. 850. 7 inches long. 

Size A B C D 

Diameter, inches 1^ 1, \y 2 iy 6 

Per dozen $ 




; C 



Compositions TSTickel Plated. 

No. 100. Extra Heavy. 

Length, inches '. 6yi 6% 

Diameter, inches i^j 1 j£ 

Per dozen $14 00 15 00 



7 7 

1 7 00 1 g 00 




26 00 



BAND SETTERS. 




For Hubs from 2 to 5 inches diameter Per dozen, $36 00 



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HUB BOXING MACHINES. 

Silver's. 

No. i Each, $25 00 

No. 2 " 30 00 

Extra Mandrel and Bits for 

No. 1 . . . . Each, $3 00 

Dole's. 

No. 1 Each, $20 00 

No. 2 " 23 00 

Extra Mandrel and Bits for 
ff< "IK Nos. 1 and 2 . . . . Each, $3 00 

Silver's. Dole's 

BRACE WHEN ( ! I IBS. 

For Carriage Makers and Blacksmiths use. 



95 






QB^ 



Sizes, , ' i,, :„. Can be used in any Brace 

Five in a sei 



Per set, $ 1 00 



BOLT CLIPPERS. 





1 . for inch holts and less 

No. 2, " ' . 
No j, " 



Chamber'! 



Well's. 



Cutting parts of best steel, balance malleable iron. 



Each, $7 50 

9 00 

1 2 00 



. Each, $7 00 



96 



Huntington.., Hopkins $> Co. 



MALLEABLE IRON CLAMPS. 




Japan] Led. 

With Clean Machine-cut Screws. 



Opening, inches 

Per dozen { 




A.djusta'ble. 



Opening, inches 3 5 

Per dozen $ $4 00 650 



7912 
n 00 10 50 15 00 



HANI) SCREWS. 




Diameter of Screws, inches. 
Length, " " 
Length of Jaws, " 
Per dozen 



X 


# 


a 


10 


6 


8 



74 '« 



•4 



16 

'4 



1 

18 
16 



24 
22 



San Francisco and, ScLcrcLrrxerubo. 



HOLLOW AUGERS. 



STEARNS. 




Adjustable. 



No. o, Cuts any size from ]^ to ij^ inches. 



. Per dozen, $48 00 




Adjust a I >le. 



No. i, Cuts Sg, 7 1 6, : , 'i 1", :, ,, i and 1 inch. 



/en, $.|S 00 




A djustable. 



No. .;, Cuts any size from ' 4 to 1 ' 4 inches 

7 



Per dozen, $60 00 



98 



Su-rtttrLgtorh, Hopkins & Co. 



HOLLOW AUGERS. 



WOODS. 




Adjustable- 



cuts from J4" to i}( inches. 



. Per dozen, $60 00 



AMES. 




With Cook's Patent Bits. 



Size, inches. 
Per dozen . . 



% ¥s X 



n 'A 



1 1 ' 



)I2 OO 12 OO 14 00 14 OO 16 OO 16 OO 20 OO 



' Va » H ' ' 2 

20 OO 24 OO 24 OO 



SPOKE POINTERS. 

STEARNS. 




No. 1 , Small size Per dozen, $9 00 

No. 2, Large size " 15 00 



Sort Francisco and. Scicrctrrtervto. 



99 



SPOKE SHAVES. 






Without Screwa With Screws. 

Beech, wood. 

Size of Cutter, inches 2^ 3 31^ 

Plain, per dozen $ 

Plated " 

Plated, with Screws, per dozen 

Iron . 

illBIlP 

No. 51. N,,. ;,2. 

No. 51, Double Iron, Raised Handle, 10 inches, 2% inch Cutter Per dozen, $3 50 

No. 52, " Straight " 10 "2^ " " 350 

No. 54. No. 60. 

No. 54, Adjustable, Straight Handle, 10 inches, zyi inch Cutter Per dozen, $4 50 

No. 60, Double Cutter, Hollow and Straight, 10 inches, 1 ' . inch Cutler " • 4 50 

BORING MACHINES. 





Upright, complete, with Augers. 
Angular. " 



Phillips'. 



. Each, $12 00 

1 5 00 



100 



HxxnttTLgtoTh, Hopkins cf" Co. 



DRAWING KNIVES. 





Carpenter's 



Wagon Maker's 



Carpenter's. 

COMMON. 

xj^ inches wide, Black Walnut Handles, Capped and Ferruled. 

Length, inches 6 cS i o 12 14 

Per dozen $16 00 18 00 20 00 22 00 25 00 

BART( >N'S. 

1 ' 4 inches wide, Black Walnut Handles, Capped and Ferruled. 

Length, inches 6 S 10 12 14 

Per dozen $10 00 12 00 14 00 16 00 18 00 

^W^aLii >j 1 M a ke 1 **s. 

BARTON'S. 

Heavy Blades, I '4 to 1 ', inches wide, Black Walnut Handles, Capped. 

Length, inches 8 10 12 

Per dozen $13 00 15 00 17 00 





Carriage . 



Shingle, 



BARTON'S. 



( Ja rriage. 

% to 1 Inch wide, Black Walnut Handles, Capped and Ferruled. 

Length, inches 6 8 to 

Per dozen $ i o oo i ?. oo 1 4 00 

Coach. 

1 1 , to 1';, inches wide, Black Walnut Handles, Capped and Ferruled. 
Length, inches 6 S 10 



I'er dozen . 



)i 1 00 it 00 15 00 



Shingle. 

Black Walnut Handles. 

Length, inches 10 12 14 

Per dozen $16 00 18 00 20 00 



16 

28 00 



16 

20 00 



'4 
19 00 




16 00 



1 7 00 



.6 
22 00 



Sctrt Francisco cvnoZ ScLcranxertto. 



101 



BRACES. 




Ball. 

With revolving wood Handle and Head. 
No. 2 Sl sweep 8^ inch . . . . Per d<Men> $J $0 

i 

A.dj instable -law. 

With revolving wood Handle and Head. 

Nos 117 118 rig 

Sweep, inches g „ u , 1 . 

Per J ' 611 $ 1 2 00 1 ; 00 1 j 00 





23 00 



12 

1 2 
26 00 



'4 

'4 

29 00 



108 



HxnxtiTxgtorc, Hopkins & Co. 



BRACES. 



_A.<ljustal>]e. 




Nickel Plated, with revolving Rosewood Handle and Lignumvitre Head. 

Nos I i o in 

Sweep, inches 14 12 

Per dozen $33 00 30 00 



i'3 



27 00 24 00 



.Rat el id. 




Polished, with revolving Maple-wood Handle and Head. 
No. 29, 10^ inch sweep Per dozen, $26 00 




Nickle Plated, with revolving Rosewood Handle and Lignumvitae Head. 



Nos 

Sweep, inches . 
Per dozen .... 



3' 
12 



3 2 



$39 °° 3 6 °9 



33 
8 

33 °° 



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103 



BRACES. 




Ratchet Brace and Breast Drill. 

Nickel Plated, with Revolving Rosewood Handle and Lignumvitae Head. Will hold Round and Square Shank 

Drills and Bits. 
Sweep, 10 inches Per dozen, $36 00 



ANGULAR BORERS. 




CJniversal. 

Per dozen $24 00 



EXTENSION BIT HOLDERS. 

kJP 

Nickel Plated. 
No. 23, lengths 18, 21, 24 inches -Per dozen, $23 00 



MITER BOXES. 




Now Langdon. 



No. 2, with Saw, inches 
Each 



:2\4 24M 



$9 75 



10 2; 



104 



HvLTLtirigtoTh, Hopkins $ Co. 



AUGER BITS. 




Common. 

Size, i6ths inches 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 

Per dozen $3 5° 3 O0 3 °° 3*5 3=5 3 5° 4 °° 4 5° 5 °° 

Size, lbths inches 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 

Per dozen $5 5° 6 00 6 50 7-5 8 00 10 00 1 1 00 1 2 00 14 00 

Sets, assorted. 4 to 16-1 6, 32 ' j quarters Per set, $5 50 

4 

■ 

Cook's. 

Size, 1 6ths inches ... 3 4 5 6 7 8 g 10 11 

Per dozen ... $4 00 4 00 4=5 45° 5 00 55° 6 00 6 60 720 

Size, 1 6ths inches 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 22 24 

Per dozen $8 00 875 925 10 00 1075 1225 1350 14 50 15 50 

Sets, assorted, 4 to 1616, 32^ quarters Per set, $7 50 

I 





Jenning's. 

Size, 1 6ths inches 3 4 5 6 7 8 

Per dozen $340 300 3 40 3 So 4 40 4 80 

Size, 1 6ths inches 12 13 14 15 16 18 

Per dozen $6 60 7 20 7 8c 8 40 9 00 10 20 1 1 40 

Sets, assorted, 4 to 16-16, 32 ' _■ quarters Per set, $6 25 



9 


10 


1 1 


20 


5 60 


6 10 





22 


= 4 


4° 


1 2 60 


13 So 



EXPANSION BITS. 




Small, bores from ]/ 2 to Ij4 inches. 
Large, " * ~k "3 " . 



Clark% 



. Per dozen, $18 00 
" 26 00 



Extra Cutters. 



No. 1, for small Bits, y 2 to H inches. 
No. 2, '• - % " 1% " . 

No. 3, for large Bits, yi " 1^ " 

No. 4, " " iV, "2 " . 



. Per do/en, $3 00 
3 75 

5 *5 

6 00 



San. Frcuxcisco and Sa.cra.rn.en.to. 105 

CAR BITS. 

i a i 

Cook's. 

12 Inch Twist. 

Size i6ths inches 4 5 6 7 8 9 1Q 

Per dozen $650 650 7 5° 900 ,0 25 ,,25 ,275 

Size, i6ths inches ,, , 2 , 

Per d0Zen $'3 -'5 i5 5° 165° -7 75 .875 2050 

Sets, assorted, 4 to 16-16, 32 "4 quarters Per set $14 00 

eTeniiing's. 

12 Inch Twist. 

Size, i6ths inches 4 5 6 7 8 9 IO 

Per dozen $600 680 760 880 960 1040 II 20 

Size, i6ths inches „ , 2 ;3 l6 

Per dozen $ I2 20 , 3 20 , 4 40 ,,. 6o l6 \ Q [8 oo 

Sets, assorted, 4 to 16-16, 32}^ quarters Per set $12 so 

CENTER BITS. 

i 




Size inches % s, 34 , ,,, ^ ,, H ,^ x y 

Per dozen.. $0 80 80 80 85 90 1 00 1 20 1 40 1 55 1 80 2 05 2 25 2 55 



GIMLET BITS. 




Q-erman Pal tern. 



to 8-32 inches, and assorted. 



. Per dozen, $1 25 




Double Cut. 



Nos o 

Pet dozen $1 00 



i 

-5 « 35 



4 
1 50 



5 
1 60 



1 40 



106 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



BITS. 

Pliia- Cutter. 




4 to 8-32 inches. 



. Per dozen, $1 25 



Screw Driver. 




ROUND. 
Assorted Per dozen, $1 50 




FLAT. 

Nos 1 2 3 

Per dozen $1 40 i 60 1 80 




FORKED. 
Assorted Per dozen, $2 00 



Reamer. 




Square. 



Square. Hall Bound. 



1 totagon. 



Per dozen $ 






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COUNTERSINK BITS. 




WHEELER'S. 

•With Gauge Per dozen, $ 

Without Gauge " 




KREB'S. 

¥a, inches Per dozen, $ 

%, inches " 




WOOD 



Bright. 



. Per dozen, $ 




FLAT 



Bright . 



. Per dozen, $ 




mm\ 



ROSE 



Small, Bright Per dozen, $ 

Large, Bright " 




DIAMOND. 



Nos ° 

Size, 32ds inches 5 

Bores, inches deep 

Per dozen $ 



i 

■s 

I'. 



4 
9 



108 



Stinting tort, Hopkins $ Co. 



GIMLETS. 




Nail. 

Flat or Round Metal Head. 



Nos. i, 2, 3 and 4, assorted. 



. Per gross, $ 



Spike. 

Flat or Round Metal Head. 
Nos, 1, 2 and 3, assorted Per gross, 

AUGERS. 



Carpenter's. 

Size, inches '_ i/ A ,, 1 1 ' :; 1% 1 % i3^ 

Per dozen $5 50 6 50 8 00 8 50 950 1050 115° 14 00 1 7 00 

Size, inches 2 2% 2]/ 2 3 3^ 3^ 3^ 4 

Per dozen $20 00 24 00 30 00 35 00 40 00 45 00 50 00 60 00 70 00 



^Millwright. 

Size, inches .. . '. ? 4 Jfa 1 i}i 1% i]/ 2 1% 2 

Per dozen.... $12 00 15 00 18 00 21 00 24 00 26 00 30 00 38 50 42 00 48 00 



Boring- Machine. 



Size, inches . 
Per dozen . . 



1% 


'' 


l* 


2 


4 00 


16 00 


18 00 


22 OO 



8ci7Z JPrcuxcisco and, Scieramert/ o. 



100 



SHIP AUGERS. 





w 

Without Screw. With Screw. 

Size, eighths inches. . 3 $ l / 2 4 4)^ 5 s'A 6 6 /^ 7 

Per dozen $7 5° 7 5° 7 5° 9 00 9 00 1050 1050 1 2 00 1 2 00 

Size, eighths inches, . i]/ 2 8 &*i • 9 9}^ 10 10 ]/ 2 i\ \i l / 2 

Per dozen $13 50 '3 5° '5 o0 '5 00 '6 50 16 50 18 00 18 00 21 00 

Size, eighths inches.. 12 12^2 13 '3'-' 14 ' A x ■ '5 15^ 16 

Per dozen $21 00 24 00 24 00 2550 2550 27 00 27 00 3150 3150 

PUMP AUGERS. 



Barton's. 

Length of Pod 18 to 20 inches ; diameter 1 J/4 to 4 inches 



Per quarter inch, $ 



PUMP RIMMERS. 




I Jarton'ss. 

Taper Pod, diameter 1 < , to 4 ini hes Per quarter inch, $ 



AUGER HANDLES. 



Common, 



Polished, assorted 



Per g> 




Pa tent. 

in set- of -, holding any size of Augers Per set. $1 50 



110 



Hzzntingtori, Hopkins & Co. 



SAWS. 

Hand. 




No. 6 1. Beech Handle, Polished Edge, set and sharpened. 
26 inches, 5 to 8 points to the inch Per dozen, 



— —~^ 4g&, 


SP©« 


"'"" 


ipo^ 



No. 65. Beech Handle, set and sharpened. 
26 inches, 5 to 8 points to the inch 




. Per dozen, $ 






No. 75. Walnut Handle, Polished Edge, set and sharpened. 




26 inches, 5 to 8 points to the inch . 



. Per dozen, $ 




-1^^ 



No. 3. Beech Handle, Polished Edge, Grained Blade, Etched. 

26 inches, 5 to 8 points to the inch Per dozen, . 

One-third dozen in a box. 



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Ill 



SAWS. 



Combination Hand. 



^iiT|sriB-rn^-pi''-irnHTn3 



"SirlSrfj!? : i3"n:i;i'iT|n'i"ii , .i"i' ,, i; nT B'' 




No. 29 With 24-inch Square and Rule, Straight Edge and Scratch Awl. 
26 inches, 6 to 8 points to the inch Per dozen, $ 1 2 00 



^i|iji|i|'ipi|T|ip|n)i|i|ipi|i|i|i|i^ 



*4|u.. 







No 43. With 24-inch Square and Rule, Straight Edge and Scratch Awl, Independent Handle, with Plumb and 
Level and Gauge attachment Blade same quality a;. Disstons' No. 7 Hand Saw. 

26 inches, 6 to 9 points to the inch Per do/cn, $51 00 



isk. 




"—^ 



No. 70. Beech Handle, Polished Edge, set and sharpened, 24-inch Etched Rule. 

26 inches, 5 to 8 points to the inch Per dozen, $ 

One-third dozen in a box. 



11B 



Hunting ton., Hopkins gf* Co. 



SAWS. 

DISSTON'S. 




Hand. 

No. 7, Cast Steel, warranted, Beerh Handle, Polished Edge, Grained Blade and Etched, 4 to 1 2 points to the inch. 

Length of Blade, inches 26 2.S 

Per dozen $20 00 23 50 

No. 9, Extra London Spring Steel, warranted, Apple Handle, Polished Edge, Grained Blade and Etched) 

5 to 12 points to the inch. 

Length of Blade, inches 26 28 

Per dozen $25 00 29 00 




No. D8, Skew Back, Spring Steel, warranted, Apple Handle, Polished Edge, Grained Blade and Et< he<l, 

5 to 12 points to the inch. 
Length of Blade, 26 inches Per dozen, $22 50 




No. 12, Extra Refined London Spring Steel, Selected and Highly Polished Blade, Apple Handle, Carved 

and Polished, 5 to 12 points to the inch. 

Length of Blade, inches 26 28 

Per dozen $33 00 3S 00 



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SAWS. 




L : > 

No. 7. 

Panel. 

Description of Hand Saws apply to these. 

No. 3, Length of Blade, inches 14 16 iS 20 22 24 

Per dozen $7 00 8 00 9 00 10 25 1 1 50 12 75 

8 to 12 points to the inch. 

No. 7, Length of Blade, inches 16 18 20 22 24 

Per dozen $13 00 14 00 16 00 iS 00 19 00 

6 to 12 points to the inch, 

No. 9, Length of Blade, inches 18 20 22 24 

Per dozen $18 00 20 00 22 00 24 00 

8 to 12 points to the inch. 

No. 12, Length of Blade, inches 18 20 22 24 

Per dozen $2500 2700 3000 3200 

6 to 1 2 points to the inch. 

< >ne third dozen in a l»>\ 



«tfU 




Rip. 

Description of Hand Saws apply to these 

No. 7, Letrgth of Blade, inches ;o 

Per dozen . $20 00 13 50 27 no 

4 to 6 points to the Inch. 

No. D-8, 28 inches, 4 to (> points to the inch Per dozen, $26 00 

No. 9, 28 inches, 4 to (> points to the inch " 29 00 

No. 12, 28 inches, 4 to 6 points to the inch " 38 00 

One-third doien in a box. 



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SAWS. 



DISSTON'S. 




Back. 

No. 4, Apple Handle, Polished Edge, Blue Back. 



Length of Blade, inches . 
Per dozen 



Length of Blade, inches . 
Per dozen 



8 10 12 14 16 

$13 00 14 00 16 00 18 00 20 00 

No. 4, for Mitre Boxes, 4 inches wide under back. 

20 22 24 

$24 00 26 00 28 00 

One third dozen in a box. 




Keyhole Saw and Pad. 

Iron Handle. 

$2 5° 

One dozen in a box. 
Keyhole Saw and Pad Blades Per dozen - $' 2 5 



Per dozen . 




Compass. 

Apple Handle. 

Length of Blade, inches IO ' - 

Per dozen $4^5 4 5° 

Half dozen in a box. 



14 16 18 

4 75 5 °° 5 2 5 




Nest of Saws. 

Combining one each Keyhole, Compass, and Table or Pruning Saw. 

Handles and Screws Per d0zen > $ 2 5° 

Keyhole Blades " 

Compass Blades, 1 2 inches long 

Pruning Blades, 1 8 inches long 

Sets complete 

Two sets in a box. 



% 00 

5 o° 
1 2 00 



San Francisco and. Sacramento. 



115 



HACK SAWS. 




STAR HACK SAW 




Extension Steel Frame, to hold different lengths of Blades. 
No. i, Polished and Nickel Plated 



.Per dozen, $9 60 




Disston's, length of Blade, inches. 
Per dozen 



Stubbs', length of Blade, inches 10 

Each $ 



10 
5'4 2 S 



'5 -5 
14 



HACK SAW BLADES. 



Length, inches 

Star Per dozen, $ 

Disston's " 

Stubbs' 



12 1 1 



GROSS-CUT SAWS. 





HU88ARD.BiKEWEU.JcC0. 
WEBSTAR CROSS CUT 

• ~ -' -T rfS rfj rfj r fJ rTS rrJ rfS rfA r. A rr 

Webstar Patent, Champion Tooth. 

Complete, with Champion Grip Handles. 

Length, feet 6 7 

i;., ch $2 60 2 80 3 00 3 20 



116 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



CROSS-CUT SAWS. 




fN RV DISSTOM & so „ s 

P ATCWT CROU^ c 

-v'-i—v^-vr-\r\' _ \r\i' _ \ r "\ /_ v r- v""\. r ^ f ~ v '^ 



V^-vW^ 




"V Tooth. 

Two Men ; Unhandled. 
Length, feet, 4^, 5, 5 >4 and 6 Per foot, $ 




Jf r 



rwwwm 



Tuttle Tooth. 

One Man; Unhandled. 
Length, feet, 5, s]/ 2 , 6, 6y 2 , 7 and 7>4 Per foot, $ 

Two Men ; Unhandled. 

Length, feet, 5, 5%, 6, 6^, 7> -,%, 8, 8^ and 9 Per foot, $ 






Champion Tootli. 

Two Men ; Unhandled. 
Length, feet, 5, 5 y 2 , 6, 6>4, 7, T/ 2 , 8, 8^ and 9.. 



/tfVtfN 




. Per foot, $ 



Fig. 



Fig. 2. 




14 
19 




Simonds' "Orescent Ground." 



Two men ; Unhandled. 



Length, feet. 
Each 



4 
.$2 40 



2 90 



S 
3 5° 



4 10 



6 

4 80 



Cross-cut Saws have heretofore been ground in a straight line, from end to end, as shown by broken lines 
in Fig. 1. As a result, a saw made 14 gauge thick at the center of the edge of the saw, and beveled to 18 gauge 
at the back, will be but 16 gauge thick at the edge, near the end of the saw; or, in other words, the teeth 
vary two gauges in thickness on the edge of saw, as shown in diagram. 

The improvement consists in grinding the saw in crescent lines, parallel or substantially parallel to the cut- 
ting edge, as shown in Fig. 2, in which case the edge or teeth are of even thickness, while the inequality 
is thrown into the back, and the thickness of the saw remaining the same across its center as when ground the 
old way, the ends are increased two gauges in thickness. 



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CROSS-CUT SAWS. 



I 






Vvvv ^'^w^ 



^^•WivMVVW"/ 



Champion. 




Length, feet . 
Each 



One Man ; Handled. 

3 3 ! A 4 4'A 

M 35 2 6o 3 'S 3 5° 




3REAT AMERICAN 

Kg '' r ' V ' " T 



Plfjl'n ' WABp^HTEn \ti/ SUPERI 



Great American. 




One Man; Handled 



Length, feet . 
Each 



3 

$2 75 



3 °° 



4 
3 5° 



4^ 
4 oo 



5 
4 5° 



5^ 
5 °o 



6 

5 5° 



PIT SAAVS. 



l||i[il||||||ll|li||l|il|tl'!! : |i ■! !<i irH l|- : »."■■■■ ■ cA.rsTttL \SA«™kt«, 



Length, feet. 
Each 



5 1 -- ° (,% 

$5 50 6 00 6 50 



1 ■> H 7 ) ; ; ; • 



7 00 7 so 



TILLERS AND BOXES. 





Tillers 



For Pii Saws. 

Each, $1 »s ! Boxes 



.Each, $1 00 



118 



Hxxntirxgton, Hopkins $• Co. 



SAW HANDLES. 



- - 



LA. 



//////// 






Climax. No. ■"'. one Mm ami Supplementary. 

Cross-cut. 

Climax Per pair, $ 

No. 5 " 

One Man Per dozen, $ 

Supplementary (for one man saws) " 




Hand. 

Size, inches 16 and 18 20 and 22 24 and 26 

No. 2 Per dozen, $ 

No. 3 

No. 7 

No. 12 " 

Butcher Per dozen, $ 

Compass " 



28 



SAW SCREWS. 





Mos. 3 and i. 



Nos. 1 ami 'i. 



No. 1, Brass Flush. . 
No. 2, 

No. 3, Small Eagle . . 
No. 4, Large Eagle . . 
No. s, Brass Raised. 



.Per gross, $1 75 
■ " 225 

4 5° 

5 *5 
5 °° 



Sort Wrctnctsco ccrtd. ScLcra.rrtento. 



119 



PLANES. 





Smooth. 



Handled Smooth. 



COMMON. 
Double Irons, i '^i 2 an d 2/^ inches wide Each "t 

BARTON'S 

Double Irons, i i^, 2 and z% inches wide Each $0 

Double Irons, Solid Handle „ 





Jack. 

COMMON (tegular, 

Double Irons, 2, 2 >-8 and 2% inches wide Each, $1 00 

BARTON'S. Regular. 

Double Irons, 2, 2}% and 2% inches wide Each, $1 00 




Double lions, .''g, 2^2 and 25s inches wide.. 
Double Irons, 2-x, 2 V- and -; im hi - wide. 



COMMON 



BARTON'S. 



Regular. 

. Each. $1 40 

Regular. 
Each, $1 40 




Jointer. 

COMMON 

Double Irons, 2 ' ... ; - K and 2 ; x inches wide. Length, inches 26 

Regular Each, $1 50 

" 1 70 

BARTON'S. 

Double Irons, .•'., 2 .- ,, and 2 \, inches wide. Length, inches 26 

Regular Each, $1 50 

Razee " 1 70 



I fio 



28 
1 60 



i.i.'. , . 
1 20 

I.. 
1 20 



Razee. 
1 60 
Rar««. 
I 60 



3° 

' 75 



3° 



ISO 



Hurt ting ton., JSop'k.irts & Co. 



PLANES. 

BAILEY'S. 






. . ■ J • ■■ — : Tl 

No. 101. No. 103. No. 120. 

1 ron. 

No. ioi, Block, 3"^ inches long, Cutter i inch wide Each, $o 20 

No. 103, Adjustable Block, 5^ inches long, Gutter 1% inches wide " 60 

No. 1 10, Block, i l / 2 inches long, Cutter 1 % inches wide " 60 

No. 1 20, Adjustable Block, y}i inches long, Cutter 1 -} 4 ' inches wide " 60 





v. 

Nos. 9J and 15. >,',„. 0] and 15J. 

No. <)'/■, Excelsior Block, 6 inches long, Cutter 1 y A inches wide Each, $i 50 

No. 15 " " 7 " " 1 ^ " " 1 60 

No. 9^4 " " 6 " Rosewood Handle, Cutter 1 J/J inches wide ■■ 1 75 

No. 15^ " " 7 " " " " 1% " " 1 85 





No. 75. No. 90. 

No. 75, Bull Nose Rabbet, Iron Stock, 4 inches long, Cutter i inch wide Each, $0 50 

No. 90, Skew Rabbet, Steel Case, 9 inches long, Cutter 1 "J inch wide, with Spur " 1 25 

No. 1 o, Carriage Maker's Rabbet, 14 " " 2>i " " " 4 50 





No. 1 3, Adjustable Circular, Cutter 1 ^ inches wide Each, $4 00 

No. 113, " " " il/ A " " 4 O0 



Scltx Francisco ctncl ScLcrcLntertto. 



121 




PLANES. 

BAILEY'S. 

Nos. 1 to 4. Nos. 5 to 8. 

Iron. 

No. i, Smooth, 5"^ inches long, Cutter i"^ inches wide Each, $2 25 

No. 2, " 7 '< « jy s » '< 2 7S 

No. 3, " 8 " " 1% " " 300 

No. 4, " 9 " " 2 " .«. " 3 25 

No. 5, Jack, 14 " " 2 " " 3 75 

No. 6, Fore, 18 " " 2^ " " 475 

No. 7, Jointer, 22 " " 2f6 " " 550 

No. 8, " 24 " " 2^8 " " 650 







Nos 


21 to 34. 


Wood 


No. 21, Smooth 


7 inches long, 


Cutter 1 '4 inches 


No. 22, " 


8 


it 


•' 1% 


No. 23, 


9 


11 


« ,-, 


No. 24, " 


8 


it 


" 2 " 


No. 26, Jack, 


'5 


11 


11 2 " 


No. 27, '• 


'5 


11 


2}4 


No. 28, Fore, 


18 


11 


" 


No. 29, " 


20 


" 


2# 


No. 30, Jointer, 


22 


(1 


" 


No. 31, " 


»4 


" 


" 


No. 32, " 


26 


II 


" 


No. 33, " 


28 


11 


" 



v.. » 



wid< . 



Each. 



$2 


00 


2 


00 


2 


CO 


2 


00 


2 


2 5 


2 


5° 


2 


75 


2 


75 


3 


00 


3 


00 


5 


-5 


3 


-5 




\ - 



No. 35, Handled Smooth, 1) inches long. Cutter .; inches wide Each, $2 50 

No. 36 " " 10 " " 2J8 " " 275 



_Z f&r^> 



HzzTitington, Hopkins & Co. 



IRON PLANES. 



BAILEY'S. 





No*. 41 to 14. 



Miller's Patent. 



Nos. 46 and 47. 



Combined Plow, Filletster and Matching Plane. 

Including yi to $4 inch (eight) Plow Bits, Tonguing and Grooving Tools. 

No. 41, Iron Stock and Fence Each, $9 00 

No. 42, Gun Metal Stock and Fence " 12 00 

Combined Plow and Matching Plane. 
Including J/$ to ^ inch (eight) Plow Bits : Tonguing and Grooving Tools. 

No. 43, Iron Stock and Fence Each, $7 00 

No. 44, Gun Metal Stock and Fence " 10 00 

Traut's Patent. 

Adjustable Dado, Filletster, Plow, Etc. 
Including 3-16 to 1^4 inch (eight) Plow Bits, Tonguing and Grooving Tools. 

No. 46, Iron Stock and Fence Each, $7 00 

Adjustable Dado. 

Including Bits, }i, ]4, $4, J4 and 1 % inch. 

No. 47, Iron Stock and Fence Each, $4 00 



Tonguing and Grooving. 

Including Tonguing and Grooving Tools. 

No. 48, Iron Stock and Fence, for i/l to 1]^ inch 

Boards Each, $2 50 




PLANE IRONS. 



BAILEY'S. 

Width, inches 1% 1^ i>/ A 2 2'/& 2}i 2$/b 

Single, each $0 20 25 28 30 n 37 40 

Double, each 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 

Orders for Double Irons should state whether for Iron or Wood Bottom Planes. 

BARTONS. 

Width, inches i}£ 1% 2 2'/& 2% 2^ 2^ 2^ 2^ 3 4 4 l A 

Single, per dozen. $2 75 2 75 3 15 3 45 3 70 4 10 4 50 4 90 5 50 7 00 

Double, " 5 00 6 25 6 45 6 65 7 00 7 40 8 20 9 00 10 15 n 70 



San, Francisco anoZ Sacramento. 



123 



PLANES. 







No. 146. No. 119. 

Rabbet. 

No. 146, Inches J^ to 1 i}i to \ l / A i l / 2 1% 2 

Each $0 60 65 70 80 90 

No. 149, With Handle and two Cutters, 1 '4 to 2 inches Each, $1 70 

Q 

Hollow. Hound, 

Hollcrw and Round. 

No. 92 2 to 12 13 to '8 19 to 24 

Per pair $0 7 5 90 1 10 

Half sets of 9 (2 to 18) Each, $720 

No, 100. Wo. 102. 

Match. 

No. 100, Board, Separate Plated, } 2 to 1 inch Per pair, $1 50 

No. 102, Board, with Solid Handles, Plated, )/ 2 to 1 inch " 2 25 






Bo no. 

Panel Plows. 

No. 1 1 9, Beech, Screw Stop, with Handle Each, $5 50 

No. 120, " " Boxwood Fence, with Handle " 5 85 

No. 123, " Boxwood Arms, with Handle 6 75 

No. 124, '• " " Boxwood Fence " 7 00 



1£4 



HxirctirigtorL, Hopkins $ Co. 



PLANES. 



m 



"X 



:zj 



a 




Single Berul. 



Bead. 



No. 47, Single, boxed, yi to '/i inch 

No. 51, Center, double, boxed, }i to % inch. 



Each, $0 50 
. " 60 









Filletster. 

No. 66, With Cutter Each, $i 25 



No. 67, 
No. 68, 
No. 69, 
No. 71, 



and Brass Side Stop 

" " and Boxed 

Brass Screw Stop and Boxed 

Boxwood Screw Arms, Brass Screw Stop and Boxed . 



Dado. 



No 62, Screw Stop, ^ to 1 inch. 



1 40 
■ ■' 1 85 

2 50 
" 4 00 



.Each, $1 50 





Quarter Kouiid. 



Cove. 



No. 53, Y x inch 

No. 53, "8 and 1 inch. 



. Each, $0 50 

■ " 65 



Scotia. 

No. 54, With two Fillets, 3^ to 1 inch Each, $0 65 



Quarter TtOLind. 

No. 54 }i, To work on edge of board, ^ to 1 inch 



. Each, $0 65 



Tooth. 

No. 36 Each, $ 1 00 



San Francisco and. Sacramento. 



125 



PLANES. 





Grecian Ogee and Bead. 



Grecian Ogee and Bevel. 



Roman Reverse Ogee. 



Gbrecian Ogee. 

No. 77, ft to i inch Each, $o 75 

No. 77, \% to 1 y 2 inch " 90 

Grrecian Ogee and Bead. 

No. 78, ft to 1 ^ inch Each, $0 90 

No. 78, \y 2 inch " 1 05 

Grrecian Ogee and Bevel. 

No. 79, ft to 1 inch Each, $0 90 

No. 79, 1 % to 1 J4 inch " 1 05 



Sv- 




=7 



ft 



Table. 

No. 177, With Fence, % to ft, inch Per pair, $1 40 

Nosing. 

No. 1 13, Two Irons, % to 1 ;( inch Each, $r 10 

No. 113, " " ift to \y 2 " " 120 

No. 1 14, " " with handle, 1 to 1 '., inch " r 50 

No. 114, " " " 1 ' ■ " " 1 75 

Sash. 

No. 166, Screw Arms, Self Regulating, Boxed, Bevel or Ovolo 2 00 



PLANE HANDLES. 





Fore or Jointer. 



Jack Per dozen, $ 

Fore or Jointer 

For Bailey's Iron and Wood Bottom Planes 



1S6 JEfizTxtingtoTx, Hop7=ctn.s $• Co. 



CHISELS. 



Tang- Firmer 



Solid Cast Steel. 



Width, inches ft ft ft ]/ 2 ft* ft ft i i ft iftz tft 

Per dozen $ 

Assorted, ' s to 2 inches, 1 2 in a set Per set, $ 






Socket Firmer. 

, COMMON. 

Solid Cast Steel, 64 inch Blades. 

Width, inches . . ft ft ft ft ft 3ft ft 1 1 ft ' 1 ft ift 2 

Per dozen $8 00 8 00 8 00 9 00 10 00 11 00 11 00 12 00 1 3 00 14 00 15 00 16 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inches, 12 in a set Per set, $11 25 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 6}4 inch Blades, Apple-tree Handles. 

Width, inches. . . % ft :-t ft ft ft 'ft I 1 ft 1 ft 1 ft. 2 

Per dozen $4 00 4 30 4 60 5 00 5 5° 6 00 6 40 6 80 7 5° 8 00 9 00 10 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inches, 1 2 in a set Per set, $6 00 

Coacli Makers' Socket Firmer. 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 7 inch Heavy Blades, Hickory Handles. 

Width, inches ft ft ft ft, ft % ft 1 ift ift ift 2 

Per dozen $675 7 20 7 50 8 00 8 50 9 00 975 10 50 1 1 25 1 2 00 13 00 14 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inches, 1 2 in a set Per set, $9 50 

Long Faring- Socket Firmer. 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 8 inch Light Blades, Apple-tiee Handles, for Pattern Makers' use. 

Width, inches ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 1 ift lft ^H 2 

Per dozen $6 75 7 20 750 8 00 850 9 00 975 1050 n 25 12 00 13 00 14 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inch, r 2 in a set Per set, $950 

Millwrights' Socket Firmer. 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 8 inch Heavy Blades, Hickory Handles. 

Width, inches . . ft ft ft ft ft ft H 1 ift i l ft ift 2 

Per dozen $9 00 9 00 9 50 10 00 10 50 1 1 00 1 1 50 12 00 13 50 15 50 18 00 21 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inch, 12 in a set Per set, $12 50 



Turning. 

BARTON'S- 
Solid Cast Steel, 12 inches full length. 

Width, inches., ft ft ft ft ft ft - 1 ift ift ift 2 2 % 2 *A 

Per dozen $3 00 3 00 3 20 3 45 3 75 4 10 4 50 5 10 6 20 7 70 9 20 10 70 12 20 13 70 

Handled, extra Per dozen, $1 25 



San, Francisco and. Sacramento. 



1J97 



CHISELS. 



Width, inches. 



Socket Framing. 

COMMON. 
8 inch Blades, Hickory Handles, with Rings. 

H % H Yi 7 A I 



'Y 



Per dozen $12 00 12 00 12 00 13 00 14 00 15 00 16 00 18 00 20 00 22 00 24 00 

BARTON'S. 
8 inch Blades, Hickory Handles, with Rings. 

% H H H Y% 7 A r l H Il A ■-'+ 2 

$6 00 6 50 7 00 7 50 8 00 8 50 9 00 9 50 10 00 1 1 00 12 00 



Width, inches. 
Per dozen 



Corner. 

COMMON. 
Best Cast Steel, Hickory Handles, with Rings. 

% Y H 1 

28 00 30 00 32 00 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, Hickory Handles, with Rings. 

Width, inches y 2 % fa 1 

Per dozen $1400 1500 1600 1700 



Width, inches y 2 

Per dozen $22 00 



1 ;/8 
34 00 



I>8 
18 00 



36 00 



1 4 

"> 5° 




Carpenters' Slicks. 



COMMON. 
Socket Handle. 

Width, inches - ' _• 

Per dozen $4° °° 

BARTON'S. 
Socket Handle. 

Width, inches - ' i 

Per dozen $22 00 



GOUGES. 



3 
44 00 



3 

25 00 



3* 

52 00 



30 00 



Width, inches Hi % 

Per dozen $ 

Assorted, % to 2 inches, 12 in a set. 



Tang Firmer. 

Solid Cast Steel. 






. Per set, $ 



1£8 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



GOUGES. 



Socket Firmer. 



COMMON. 
Solid Cast Steel, 6 inch Blades, Inside or Outside Bevel. 



Width, inches ft ft 



5 A V\ 



i ift ift. ift 



Per dozen $12 00 12 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 16 50 16 50 18 00 19 50 21 00 22 50 24 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inch, 12 in a set Per set, $17 00 



BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 6 inch Blades, Outside Bevel, Apple-tree Handles. 

Width, inches.. ft % ft 2 s/ s ft ft , ij^ ift jft 2 

Per dozen $5 25 5 50 6 00 6 50 7 25 8 00 8 50 9 00 10 co n 00 12 00 13 25 

Assorted, ft to 2 inches, 1 2 in a set Per set, $8 50 

Inside Bevel, extra Per dozen, 25 

Coach Maker's Socket Firmer. 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 7 inch Heavy Blades, Hickory Handles. 

Width, inches.. ft . ft ft AH H n A « *'A 'A l3 A 2 

Per dozen $7 00 7 25 8 25 8 50 9 50 10 50 1 1 00 12 00 13 50 14 00 15 00 16 00 

Assorted, ft to 2 inches, 12 in a set Per set, $1 1 00 



Long- Paring- Socket Firmer. 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 8 inch Light Blades, Apple-tree Handles, for Pattern Maker's use. 



Width, inches . . ft 



'H 



Per dozen $7 00 7 25 8 25 8 50 9 50 10 50 1 1 00 12 00 13 50 14 00 15 00 16 00 

Assorted, }i to 2 inches, 12 in a set Per set, $ti 00 



Millwright Socket Firmer. 

BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 8 inch Heavy Blades, Hickory Handles. 

Width, inches.. ft ft 3ft ft ft 3ft ft 1 1% ■ ift \j£ 2 

.Per dozen $8 75 9 50 10 25 10 75 11 50 12 50 13 50 14 50 15 50 17 00 1900 22 50 

Assorted, ' s to 2 inches, 1 2 in a set Per set, $13 75 



Turning. 



BARTON'S. 
Solid Cast Steel, 12 inches full length. 

Width, inches ft ft ft ft 2 

Per dozen $3 65 370 4 00 4 4° 

Width, inches 1 1ft ift ift 



4 7° 



% 

5 35 
•X 



ft 

6 00 

*A 
21 00 



Per dozen $670 8 45 1 o 80 1255 1520 1 8 00 

Handled, Extea Per dozen, $1 25 



San Francisco and Sacramento. 



1B9 



MALLETS. 





Nos. 2 to 7. No _ H _ 

Round. 

No. 2, Hickory, Mortised, $y 2 inches long, 3 J4 inches diameter.. Per dozen « 2 oo 

No. 3, " " 6 " 4 « ' « 2 - 

No. 6, Lignumvitae, " 5'A " 1*4 " « . „„ 

No. 7, " " 6 " 4 « .'.'.'.'.'.".;.".'.'.';;.".'.'.■;;■.';'■' « ro° 

No. 1 4, Mortised, Iron Rings, 6 inches long, 4 inches diameter . ... " 5 5 o 

i 



Nos, to 13. 

Square. 

No. 9, Hickory, Mortised, 6% inches long, 2^x3^ inches Per dozen, $2 co 

N°- 'o, « " 7 « 3x4 •■ ,, > 

No. 12, LignumvitiK, " 6^ " 2^x3^ " " ,-- 

Nai 3. " " 7 " 3x4 " : ■< 5 It 





Tiniiei's*. 

No. 4, Round, Hickory, 5 '_. inches long, 2# and 2^ inches diameter 



. Per dozen, $1 00 




Stone Cutters'. 



Selected Knots, 6 to 7 ' .. lbs. each . 
9 



. Fer dozen, $ 



130 HvLTttirtgtorL, Hopkins & Co. 

HAMMERS. 

MAYDOLE'S. 

r 

Adze-eye. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos i ij^ 

Weight (not including handle) i lb. 4 oz. 1 lb. 

Per dozen $8 00 7 00 




2 3 

1 3 oz. Tj/ 2 oz. 

6 00 5 00 



jMjjjJULI*! 




Adze-eye Bell Face. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos n 11 '/i 12 

Weight (not including handle) 1 lb. 3 oz. 1 lb. 12 oz. 

Per dozen $8 00 7 00 6 00 

BROWNS. 

Adze-eye and Adze-eye J3ell Face. 

Same sizes and lists as above. 




Adze-eye. 

Malleable, Extra Finish. 

Nos 10 

Per dozen $400 

Half dozen in a box. 



'3 
7 oz. 

5 00 



20 
4 5° 



Scl7z Frcuxcisco and. Sacr-arriejzto. 



131 



HAMMERS. 




Engineers'. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos I 

Weight, including handle 2 lbs. 

Per dozen $9 00 

Half dozen in a box. 



2 lbs. 9 ozs. 
1 1 00 



3 lbs. 
13 00 



4 
4 lbs. 
15 00 




Nos 

Weighl (not including handle). 
Per dozen 



91 

2 lbs. 4 ozs. 


92 
1 lb. 12 ozs 


$10 00 


9 00 



Third dozen in a box. 




Machinists' L5all Pein. 

Solid Cast Steel. 



Nos 70 ;o'.- 

Weight (not inc. handle) 3 lbs. 2 lbs. 4 ozs. 
Pet dozen $16 00 14 00 



7> 7- 73 

lib. 14 ozs. lib. 8 ozs. 1 lb. 4 ozs. 

1 3 00 1 2 00 1 1 00 
Third dozen in a box. 



74 
lb. 



10 00 9 00 



76 77 

ic ozs. 7 ozs. 
8 00 7 00 



13£ 



Huntington, Hopl-zins $ Co. 



HAMMERS. 




Blacksmiths' Hand. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos i 

Weight (not including handle) , . 2 lb. 6 oz. 

Per dozen $ ' - °° 



2 3 

3 lb. 3 lb. 8 oz. 
13 50 16 00 




Nos Oi 

Weight (not including handle) 3 lbs. 

Per dozen $ 1 2 00 



62 

2 lbs, 10 oz. 

1 1 00 



65, Shoulder pein. 
2 lbs. 14 oz. 
12 00 




Carriage Ironers. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos Ill 112 

Weight (not including handle) 2 lbs. 12 ozs. 2 lbs. 6 ozs. 

Per dozen $14 00 13 00 



Seen, Francisco and, Sacrarrtento. 



133 



HAMMERS. 




Machinists' Chipping. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos 100 i o i 

Weight (not including handle) i lb. 12 ozs. 1 lb. 6 ozs. 

Per dozen $ 1 2 00 1 i 00 

Third dozen in a bux. 

H 

'iii 




I J i\«'l ii 1 Li - . 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos 4° 4 ' 

Weight (not including handle) 1 lb. 1 lb. 2 ozs. 

Per dozen $ij 00 5 00 

Half dozen in a box. 



102 

1 lb. 2 ozs. 

10 00 



■°3 

12 ozs. 

9 00 



42 




44 


13 ozs. 


; ozs. 


4 ozs 


4 -'5 


3 5° 


3 °° 




Sh< »emakers'. 

Solid Cast Steel. 

Nos - 3 

Weight (not including handle) « lb. 1 lb. 2 ozs. 

Per dozen $5 °° 5 5° 



134 



Hunting tort, Hopkins $* Co. 



HAMMERS. 




K'ai-i'iei/s. 



Solid Cast Steel. 



No. 51, Adze-eye, Boston Pattern, Weight (unhandlcd) 10 ounces. . . . 
California Pattern, Unpolished (similar to No. 51), Weight 13 ounces. 



. Per dozen, $6 00 
9 00 




No. 52, Adze-eye, Weight (unhandled) 8 ounces Per dozen, $5 




I ■.--.. . . ^i-^ 



No. 55, Plain, Weight (unhandled) 7 ounces p er dozen, $3 50 




Slioe Turning. 

California Pattern, Unpolished, Unhandled, Weight 2 to 3 lbs Each, 



Son. Francisco cunal Sctcr-ccmento. 



135 



HAMMERS. 





Polished Face, Handled. 



Brick. 

Solid Cast Steel. 
Per dozen, 

Napping. 

Solid Cast Steel. 
Polished Face, Unhandled, 4 and 4^ lbs. each Per II). ! 





Masons' ii.mi i\ Stone \\r<< 

Masons'. 

Solid Cast Steel. 
Polished Face, Unhandled, 4 to 1 2 lbs. each p er i 0i $ 

Stone A.xes. 

Solid Cast Steel. 
Polished and Handled, 4 to 1 2 lbs. each p er i D . $ 




Hand Drilling- Hammers. 

Solid Cast Steel. 
Polished Pace and Handled, 3 to 4 '_- lbs. each Per lb. $ 



136 



Hunting tort, Hopkins & Co. 



SLEDGES. 



■' 




§ y 



131aelvsn i i i lis" 

Solid Cast Steel. 
Polished Face, Unhandled, Cross or Straight Pein, 8 to 16 lbs. each . . 



.Per lb., $ 




Nevada Pattern. 



Double Face. 



Polished Face, Handled, ^/ 2 to 16 lbs. each Per lb., 




Wood-Choppers'. 

Truckee Pattern. 
Polished Face, Unhandled, S to 14 lbs. each 



Per lb., $ 



WEDGES. 





Truckee Pattern Falling. 

Truckee Pattern. 

Iron, 4 to 9 lbs. each 7 Per lb., $ 

Steel, 3 to 12 " " 

Falling. 

Steel, 4 to 8 lbs. each Per lb., $ 



Sctrx FrcLj-LcLsco and. Scccrajrceixto. 



137 



MAULS. 




Ship or Top. 



Solid Cast Steel. 

Polished Face, Unhandled, 4,^2 to 5^ lbs. each 

Half dozen in a box 



. Per lb., $ 




Railroad Spike. 



Solid Cast Steel. 



Polished Face, Unhandled Per lb., $ 



RAILROAD TRA( K OH I SEL. 




Solid Cast Steel, Unpolished Per lb., $ 



NUT LOCKS. 



VAR( >N \. 



F01 }i inch Bolt . 
For ! + inch Bolt. 



Per \I. $ 



138 



JSvLrttingtort, Hopkins $• Co. 



AXES. 




Chopping. 



MILLER'S. 
With 36 inch Handles ; Assorted, in Cases. 
3/^ to i,Yz and 4 to 5 lbs Per dozen, . 

HURD'S 
With 36 inch Handles ; Assorted, in Cases. 

3 to 4, 3^2 to 4, and t,]/ 2 to 4^ lbs Per dozen, i 

4 to s, and 4^ to $yi lbs 

A l /z to 6 lbs 

5 to 6, and 5 to 7 lbs 

7 lbs 

8 lbs 



HUNT'S. 
With 36 inch Handles; Assorted, in Cases. 

3 to 4, 3} 2 to 4, and 3^ to 4^ lbs Per dozen, 

4 to 5, and 4j4 to 5 J^ lbs " 

6 lbs " 



4/4 to 
5 to 7 lbs . 
7 lbs 




Double Bitted. 

HURD'S. 
Without Handles, 3^ to 3^, 3^ to 4, and 3^ to 4^ Per dozen, $ 

HUNT'S. 
Without Handles, 3^ to 3^, 3^ to 4, and 3^ to 4}^ Per dozen, $ 



Sort Frccjxcisco and ScLcrcurteTxto. 



139 



AXES. 




Boy 



Miller's 
Hurd's 



With 28-inch Handles. 
.Per dozen, $ I Hunt's, No. r. 

Hunt's, No. 2 . 



Per dozen, $ 




Broad. 

Pittsburg Pattern. 

Hurd's, 1 , to 13 inch cut, 5^ to 7^ lbs each Per d $ 

Hunt's, 1 1 to 13 " 6 to %y 2 " ., '* 



ADZES. 






Half He*d. Full Rwd, Ship. 

Hurd's Half and Full Head P er dozen, $24 00 

Hurd's Ship « 2 . 

Hunt's Half and Full Head and Ship " ,3 00 



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HATCHETS. 




Shingling. 

MILLER'S. 

No. !> 1V2 i ncn cu ' P er dozen, $8 00 

No. 2, 3% " '• 8 50 

No. 3, 4j4 " " 9 00 

Half dozen in a box. 



HURD'S 


HUNT'S. 


8 00 


7 25 


8 50 


8 00 


9 00 


8 75 




Claw. 

MILLER'S. 

No. 1, 3 "4 inch "cut Per dozen, $9 00 

No. 2, 3^ " " 9 5 o 

No. 3, 4fg " " 10 00 

Half dozen in a box. 



HURD'S. 


HUNT'S. 


9 00 


7 75 


9 5° 


8 50 


10 00 


9 25 




Hunters' . 

With 16-inch handles Per dozen, $9 50' 

One dozen in a case. 



Scux Frcuxcisco cuxcL Sa.crcLm.ento. 



141 



HATCHETS. 




Lathing-. 



HURD'S. 

No. I, zy 2 inch cut Per dozen, 

No, 2, 2 yl inch cut " 



HUNT'S. 

No. i, 2^ inch cut Per dozen, $7 50 

No. 2, 2i| inch cut " 8 25 

No 3, 3 inch cut " 9 00 

Half dozen in a box. 



00 

5° 



■ 




NT !.„„,-,, UNDERHILL'S. 

No. 1, tull Polished Per dozen, $12 00 

No. 2, Half Polished •■ , , 00 

Half dozen in a box. 




-Broad. 

HURD'S. 

Ebs 1 

Cms, inches 3 ; 4 4'.. 

Per dozen $10 00 11 50 

HUNT'S 

Nos o 1 

Cuts, inches 4 ' 4 

Per dozen $11 50 12 50 

Half dozen in a box. 











3 

5 

13 00 


4 

5'-- 

'4 5° 


5 
6 

16 00 


6 

6i 4 
18 00 


2 
14 50 


3 

6 

16 50 


4 
18 00 


5 
19 50 



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Huntington, HopPcins & Co. 



HANDLES. 



Length, inches 24 

Axe, Shaved, XXX Per dozen 

Axe, Turned, Extra " 

Axe, Turned, No. 1 " 

Axe, Turned, No. 2 " 

Axe, Double Bit, Extra " 

Axe, Double Bit, Shaved " 

Axe, Boys', Extra " 

Axe, Broad, Reversible " 

Adze, House and Ship, Extra. " 

Pick, Surface, Extra " 

Pick, Surface, No. i._ " 

Pick, Surface, No. 2 " 

Pick, Drifting, Extra " 

Pick, Drifting, No. 1 " 

Pick, Poll, Extra 

Pick, Poll, No. i 

Pick, Coal, Extra 

Sledge, Extra " 



28 



3° 



32 



$3 



$4 



5° 



34 3 6 3 8 4o 42 

$5 00 5 25 6 25 7 25 

. . . . 425 5 00 6 00 7 00 

•■•■ 3 75 

3 °° 

. . . . 4 25 5 00 6 00 7 00 

• ••• 5 75 6 75 7 75 8 75 



5° 



44 
8 25 
8 00 



8 00 

9 75 



5 00 

■••• 3 25 
3 00 

4 5° 4 75 5 o° 

3 5° 

4 75 5 °° 

3 5° 

4 00 

00 2 25 2 50 2 75 3 00 3 50 3 75 4 00 



Length inches 13 

Hammer, A. E Per dozen $0 80 

Hammer, Machinists " 1 00 

Hatchet " 80 



14 

80 



'3 
80 



16 



24 



26 



OO I 25 1 25 I 50 I 50 

80 80 I OO I 25 I 50 

When ordering Pick Handles, please state if" Surface" or *' Drifting" is wanted. 



75 2 00 2 25 



CAPSTAN BARS. 



Hickory, 6 feet long Per dozen, $ 



HANDSPIKES. 



Hickory, 6 feet long Per dozen, $ 



Sort Francisco and Sacramento. 



143 



SQUARES. 



Nos. 
200 



on, 


Width, In 


2 I 


''-• 


-'-' 


>'-■ 


M 


2 



Steel. 

Length 2 Feet. Marked. 

Nos. Width, in. Peidozen. 

( 1-16, 1-12, i-io, yi, with Brace Measure, 8 square and i-iooths scale, \ « 6(; qq 
( and Essex's New Board Measure, giving feet and inches in full ) f 

f 1-16, i-i2, yi, with Brace Measure, 8 square and i-ioolhs scale, and I „ qq 
1 2 ( Essex's New Board Measure, giving feet and inches in full ) 

I 1-16, 1-12, yi, %, with Brace Measure, 8 square scale, and Essex's New I, . , 00 
2 \ Board Measure, giving feet and inches in full J 

2yi 2 Framing. 1-12, yi, both Sides and Edges 40 00 

f 1-16, 1-12, yi, with Brace Measure and Essex's New Board Measure, giv- | oq 

3 2 \ ing feet and inches in full 1 

f 1-12, yi, %, with Brace Measure, and Essex's New Board Measure, giv- \ 

4 ( ing feet and inches in full j 

f i" 12 . z /i> H' X A> with Brace Measure and Essex's New Board Measure, ) 

5 2 1 giving feet and inches in full ) 

[yi, yi, yi, with Brace Measure and Essex's New Board Measure, giving! qo 

I feet and inches in full j 

j H, 'Ay 1 > ncn > and Essex's New Board Measure, giving feet and inches ) qq 

7 2 j in full J A 

8 iyi i-*2,yi,yi 2 i °° 

9 1% yi,H 2S 5 ° 

Length 1 Foot. 

10 iyi 1-12, yi, yi 22 $° 

11 iyi yi,'A 2I °° 

12 iyi 1-16, i-i.', 's 3000 

Length 2 Feet, 
j yi, yi, 1 inch, Brace Measure and Essex's New Board Measure, giving) j? oq 

1 3 j feet and inches in full ) 

[ 4 2 ! , ' 4 , i inch, Essex's New Board Measure, giving feet and inches in lull, 25 50 

34 2 ! ths on both sides 22 °° 

Quarter dozen in a box. 

Steel, Nickel Plated. 

Length 2 Feet. Marked. 

Per 

1-32, 1-16, 1-12 i-io, }i, with Brace Measure, 8 square and 1 iooths scale, and Essex's { ^ oq 

New Board Measure, giving feet and inches in full ) 

1-16, 1-12, yi, with Brace Measure, 8 square and i-iooths scale, and Essex's New Board 1 s6 oQ 

Measure, giving feet and inches in full i 

1-16, I-I2, yi, with Brace Measure and Essex's New Board Measure, giving feet and | ^ qq 
inches in full ' 

1 roii. 

Marked. 

Per d 

',:ilis on one side $ 6 00 

'6ths on both sides 

'sthson both sides ' 4 °° 



14d 



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TRY SQUARES. 




No. 2. Rosewood, Steel Blade, Hardened and Tempered. 

Length, inches 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Per dozen $2 40 2 So 3 40 4 00 4 40 4 So 520 5 So 6 80 

Half dozen in a box. 

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No. 1. Rosewood, Steel Blade, Maiked with inches, Hardened and Tempered. 

Length, inches 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 12 

$425 475 550 625 700 775 875 1000 1250 

Half dozen in a box. 



Per dozen . 






iSgssssi 



1 



No. 1. Improved Iron Frame, with Rosewood (Inlaid) Sides, Steel Blade, Securely Riveted, Marked with inches. 

Length, inches 346 8 9 10 12 

Per dozen $675 8 00 1 o 00 13 00 1450 1 7 00 2175 

Half dozen in a box. 



San Francisco aixoZ Sacramento. 



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TRY AND MITRE SQUARES. 



"Wintei^bottoni's. 



No. i. Iron Frame, with Black Walnut (Inlaid) 
Sides, Graduated Steel Blades. 

Length, inches 4 6 8 

Per dozen $6 00 750 9 o° 



1 ron Frame. 

8 inch Graduated Steel Blade, with Adjustable Mitre 

Blade Per dozen, $13 50 




7 J .- inch Blade . 



Brass Frame. 



Above, half dozen in a box. 




i'l'lli I 
li!i ' i.i II 

»! 



i 




.Per dozen, $12 00 



10 



146 



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MITRE SQUARES. 




oved. 

Iron Frame, with Black Walnut (Inlaid) Sides. 
o inch Blade Per dozen, $8 oo 



SLIDING T BEVELS. 




No. 2. Rosewood, Brass Plated, Blade Hardened and Tempered. 

Length, inches 6 8 10 12 14 

Per dozen $425 475 500 550 600 




Eureka. 

Iron Handle, Steel Blade. 

Length, inches 6 

Per dozen $6 oc 



8 

6 50 



10 
7 5° 



Seen. Jfrcuxcisco and Scccrcurherxto. 



147 



GAUGES. 




Marking. 

No. 60. Patent Iron Marking and Cutting, Oval Bar, Marked, Adjusting Steel Point, equally 

well adapted for use on metal or wood p er dozen $e 00 

No. 60 \. Patent Iron Reversible Mortise, Marking and Cutting combined, Brass Slide, Oval 
Bar, Marked, Adjusting Steel Point, equally well adapted for use on metals or 
wood « 8 OQ 




No. 61. Beechwood, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Point Per dozen, $1 00 




No e . 

No. 62. Patent, Beechwood, Polished, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Marked, Adjusting 

Steel Point Per dozen, $2 00 

No. 64. Patent, Polished, Plated Head, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Marked, Adjust- 
ing Steel Point, " 2 75 

No. 65. Patent, Boxwood, Polished, Plated Head, Brass Thumb Screw and .Shoe, Oval Bar, 

Marked, Adjusting Steel Point • S 00 

No. 66. Patent, Rosewood, Oval Plated Head and Bar, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, Oval 

Bar, Marked, Adjusting Steel Point '■ 6 00 

Cutting. 

No. 70. Mahogany, Polished, Boxwood Thumb Screws, Oval Bar, Plated Head, Marked, 

Steel Cutters Per dozen, $4 00 




Trouble. 



No. 71 



Patent, Marking and Mortise Gauge combined, Beechwood, Polished, Plated Head 

and Bars, Brass Thumb Screws and Shoes, Oval Bars, Marked, Steel Points. . ..Per dozen, $8 00 

No 72. Patent, Marking and Mortise Gauge combined, Beechwood, Polished, Boxwood 

Thumb Screws, Oval Bars, Marked, Steel Points " 4 00 

No. 74. Patent, Marking and Mortise Gauge combined, Boxwood, Polished, Full Plated 

Head and Bars, Brass Thumb Screws and Shoes. Oval Bars. Marked, Steel Points " 14 00 



14H 



Hurt ting tori, Hopkins #■ Co. 



GAUGES. 




Mortise. 

No. 68. Plated Head, Adjustable Wood Slide, Brass Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Marked, 

Steel Points Per dozen, $ 6 oo 

No. 73. Patent, Boxwood, Polished, Plated Head, Brass Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, 

Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Points " 8 00 

No. 76. Patent, Boxwood, Polished, Plated Head, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, 

Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Points " 1 1 00 

No. 80. Patent, Boxwood, Full Plated Head, Plated Bar, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw 

and Shoe, Marked, Steel Points " 18 00 

Half dozen in a box- 




No. 78. Patent, Rosewood, Plated Head, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, Oval 

Bar, Marked, Steel Points Per dozen, $11 00 

No. 79. Patent, Rosewood, Plated Head and Bar, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, 

Marked, Steel Points " 1300 

Half dozen in a box. 

Panel. 

No. 85. Beechwood, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Steel Point Per dozen, $ 3 20 

No. 85}^. Rosewood, Plated Head and Bar, Brass Thumb Screw, Steel Point " 18 00 

No. 255. Brass Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Steel Points, Marked " 4 75 

No. 256. Appletree, Brass Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Steel Points, Marked " 6 co 

No. 85, one dozen in a box; other Nos. half dozen. 




Slitting. 

No. 187. With Handle and Roller Per dozen, $7 50 



San Francisco and. Sacramento. 149 

MEASURING TAPES. 

£ & ' 

mil 

Patent Spring. 

Nickle Plated Case, with Patent Stop, Linen Tape, '4' inch Wide. 

Nos 24 25 

Length, feet : 3 5 

Per dozen $5 25 5 50 

Half dozen in a box. 





.A_sses's Skin. 

Brass Bound, Folding Handles, Common Cotton Tape, '., inch Wide. 

Nos 3° 33 

Length, feet 25 50 

Per dozen $3 75 5 °° 

Half do/en in a box. 



35 


37 


75 


100 


7 5° 


g 00 




Patent Leather. 

Folding Handle, Best Cotton Tape, '., inch Wide, 

Nos 4° 43 

Length, feet 2 5 5° 

Per dozen $4 75 6 2 5 

Half dozen in a box. 



45 46 48 

66 75 100 

7 25 S 75 10 75 



150 Hxuvtington, Hopkins $• Co. 

MEASURING TAPES. 

■Pi 

13encl Leather. 

Folding Handle, Heavy Holland Tape, 5 8 inches Wide. 

Nos '2° 121 

Length, feet 5° 66 

Per dozen $16 oo 17 00 

CHESTEEMAN'S. 
HZ 

® ,, 

Steel Tape. 

Patent Spring, Nickel Plated Case. 

No. 36SS. Length, feet 6 

Each $ 




122 123 

75 '°° 

18 00 20 00 




1 

/ 
Metallic Tape. 

Bend Leather, Folding Handle, Tape 5 j, inches Wide. 

No. 34FH. Length, feet.... 25 33 50 66 

Each $ 

Steel Tape. 

Bend Leather, Folding Handle, Tape % inches Wide 

No. 38L. Length, feet 25 33 50 66 

Each $ 



75 



75 






Scltl Frcuxcisco cltlcL Sa.crcurLen.to. 



151 



BOXWOOD RULES. 



iHimi 


\ 1 1 


| | | 


1 1 1 


, l - 1 . IJj 


Fwf\ 


5 


NO 


69 


A 




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i 






8 


















i i i H 



One Foot, Four- Fold. 

No. 69. Round Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths' inches, $/% inch wide Per dozen, $3 00 



4. a± 


1 1 1 1 II 1 


1 1 1 


1 ! 1 


TTTfe 




1 5 US 


6 4 


4 




spfe}^,: 


z. | 


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No. 65. Square Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths inches, f6 inch wide Per dozen, $3 50 

No. 65^. " Bound, " " " " " 1 1 00 




No. 55. Arch Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths inches, fg inch wide Per dozen, $4 00 

No. 57. " Bound, 8ths and i6ths inches, Sg inch wide " 12 00 




Caliper. 

No. 36. Square Joint, Two Fold, 6 inch, 8ths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths inches, ~h inch wide. Per dozen, $7 00 
No. 32. Arch Joint, Edge Plates, Pour Fold, 12 inch, 8ths, ioths, i2ths and i6ths inches, 

1 inch wide ' - °° 

No. 32^. Arch Joint, Bound, Four Fold, 12 inch, 8ths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths inches, 

1 inch wide " -'° °° 




Two Feet. Six Fold. 

No. 58. Arch Joint, Edge Plates, Sths, icths, I2ths and i6ths inches, -> + inch wide Per dozen, $13 00 



15£ 



HvLTttingtorh, Hopkins & Co. 



BOXWOOD RULES. 



JL M ri f " 


1 1 1 II I 1 1 


1 | 1 1 1 | 1 


Ml 


1 | 1 1 1 | 


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! 


s=^ ' 


111 ' 


1|0 we'6 3 


9 ' 


8 


1? 


1 





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13 


IS 


i 


1 1 | IT 


1 1 1 ' ' 1 I II 




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14 


13 12 


1 1 


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3-4 11 




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Two Feet, Four Fold. 



No. 6i. Square Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths inches, i inch wide Per dozen, $ 5 00 

No. 84. " " Half Bound, Sths, roths, I2ths and i6ths inches, Drafting Scales, 

1 inch wide " 1 2 00 

No. 62. " " Bound, Sths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths inches, Drafting Scales, 1 inch wide " 15 00 



Jl» 


1 ' L^r Mir- 


1 1 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 


I ! I ! 





1 1 i 1 m r -fc 


m 


r% l 


1 


N° ^2 


9 1 


_L8 




7 


m 3 




2 


1 





• ' 1 "II 


i 


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3 


12 1 


: 




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I 


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No. 51. Arch Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths, ioths, r2ths and 16th inches, Drafting Scales, 

1 inch wide Per dozen, $ 6 00 

No. 52. " " Half Bound, Sths, ioths, i2ths and 1 6th inches, Drafting Scales, 

1 inch wide " 1 3 00 

No. 54. •' " Bound, Sths, ioths, I2ths and 1 6th inches, Drafting Scales, 1 inch wide " 16 00 

No. 60. Double Joint, Bound, Sths, ioths, i2ths and 16th inches, Drafting Scales, 

1 inch wide " 21 00 



A 1 m i-i-i 


1 11 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 


1 1 1 


1 1 


1 1 I..1LL. 


r\ l 


1 1 


nq'?o 


9 ' 




8 




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3 


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1 1 11 |Ti.[ n 1 1 1 


1 11 




14 


13 12 


11 


Ml, MM 3/411 


\l 1 g| 


L : P\l 5 


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I 


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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



No. 70. Square Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths inches, Drafting Scales, iji inch wide. .Per dozen, $7 00 
No. 72. " " EdgePlates, Sths, ioths and 1 6ths inches, Drafting Scales, 1 }£ inch wide " 900 

Half dozen in a box. 



San JPrancisco and Sacramento. 



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BOXWOOD RULES. 



JJ,i II 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 i 1 1 II 1 


IIHIII 


l ! 1 


1 | i 1 i i_L 


Mil 


J§BgK, • ' 


1 


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9 


8 


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91 



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Two Feet, Four Fold. 

No. 68. Round Joint, Middle Plates, Sths and i6ths inches, i inch wide Per dozen, $4 00 

One dozen in a box. 




No. 75. Aich Joint, Edge Plates, Sths, loths and i6ths inches, Drafting Scales Per dozen, $11 00 

No. 76. Arch Joint, Bound, 8ths, I2ths and itiths inches, Drafting Scales, i- ! « inches wide. . " 20 00 

No. 83. Arch Joint, Edge Plates, 8ths, i2thsand i6ths inches, looths of a foot, and Octagonal 

Scales, 1 ! s inches 1 4 00 

No. 79. Square Joint, Edge Plates, I2ths and i6ths ini hes, Board Measure, Drafting Scales, 

1 $& inch wide ■ ■ 00 

No. 82. Arch Joint, Bound, I2ths and i6ths indies, Board Measure, Drafting Scales, 1 

inch wide " 22 °° 

Half dozen in a U>\. 




Two Feet, Two Fold. Slide. 



No. 26. Square Joint, Slide, 8ths, roths and i6ths inches, Octagonal Scales, 1 % inches wide. . Per dozen, $9 00 
No. 12. Arch Joint, Bitted, Gunter's Slide, Sths, loths and i6ths inches, rooths of afoot, 

Drafting and Octagonal Scales, 1 '_. inches wide " 14 00 

No. 15. Arch Joint, Bound, Gunter's Slide. Sths, i2ths and i6ths inches, Drafting and Octa- 
gonal Scales. " 24 00 



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IVORY RULES. 




No. 38, Caliper. 



Caliper. 



J-8 inch wide Per dozen, 



No. 38. Square Joint, German Silver, Two Fold, 6 inch, 8ths, ioths, i2thsand i6ths inches. 
No. 39. 
No. 40. 
No. 54B. 



Square Joint, Edge Plates, German Silver, Four Fold, Caliper, 12 inch, 8ths, 
ioths, i2ths and i6ths inches, Js inch wide 

Square Joint, German Silver, Bound, Four Fold, 1 2 inch, Sths and i6ths inches, 
Ys inch wide .... ; 

Square Joint, German Silver, Bound, Four Fold, 12 inch, 8ths, ioths, i2thsand 
i6ths inches, i3-i6ths inch wide 



38 

44 
45 



One Foot, Four Fold. 



No. 
No. 


9^ 

88 y. 


No. 


86. 


No. 


87. 


No. 


89. 


No. 


95' 



No. 42. 



. Square Joint, German Silver, Middle Plates, 8ths and 1 6ths inches, 5 g inch wide . . Per dozen, $ 1 4 00 
. Arch Joint, German Silver, Edge Plates, Sths and i6ths inches, s a inch wide. . . " 21 00 

Two Feet, Four Fold. 

Arch Joint, German Silver, Edge Plates, 8ths, ioths, i2ths and i6ths inches, 

looths of a foot, Drafting Scales, 1 inch wide Per dozen, $64 00 

Arch Joint, German Silver, Bound, 8ths, ioths, i2ths and i6ths inches, Drafting 

Scales, 1 inch wide " 80 00 

Double Arch Joint, German Silver, Bound, Sths, ioths, I2ths and ioths inches, Draft- 
ing Scales. 1 inch wide " 92 00 

Arch Joint, German Silver, Bound, Sths, ioths, i2ths and i6ths inches, Drafting 

Scales, 1 .' ,s inch wide " 102 00 

Ship Carpenters' Bevels. 

Boxwood, Double Tongue, Sths and i6ths inches Per dozen, $6 00 






Board Measures. 

No. 43^. Flat, Hickory, Cast Brass Head and Tip, 6 lines, 12 to 22 feet, 3 feet long Per dozen, $12 



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-fWti 



No. 49 .Flat, Hickory, Steel Head, Brazed, Extra Strong, 6 lines, 12 to 22 feet, 3 feet long. . . .Per dozen, $26 

Yard Sticks. 



No. 33. Polished Per dozen, $2 

No. 41. Brass Tips, Polished " 3 

Gauging Bods. 

No. 45. 1 20 Gallons, 3 feet long Per dozen, $7 



San Francisco arid, Sacramento. 



155 



PLUMBS AND LEVELS. 



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o 



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X 1 , 1, 1 



V 










oml dimvlng and dncriptlon "f ivvtent Impnmd Adjustable Plumt, and i 
The Spirit-glass (or bubble tube), in the level, is set in a Metallic Case, which is attached to the Brass 
Top-plate above it -at one end by a substantial hinge, and at the opposite end by an Adjusting Screw, which 
]iasses down through a flange on the Metallic C.ise Between this flange and the Top-plate above, is inserted a 
stiff spiral spring, and by driving or slackening the Adjusting Screw, should occasion require, the Spirit-glass can 
be instantly adjusted to a position parallel with the base of the level. 

The Spirit glass in the Plumb is likewise set in a Metallic Case, attached to the Brass Top-plate at its outer 
end. By the use of the Adjusting Screw at the lower end of the Top-plate, the Plumb-glass can be as readily 
adjusted to a right angle with the base of the Level, if occasion requires, and by the same method as adopted for 
the Level glass. 



156 


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PLUMBS AND LEVELS. 








No. 102. 


Levels, arch top plate, two side views, polished, assorted, 10 to 16 inches Per dozen 


$ 9 


00 


No. 103. 




H 


12 


00 


No. OD. 


Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two side views, polished, assorted, 18 to 24 inches 


" 


16 


00 


No. 0. 


Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two side views, polished, assorted, 24 to 30 inches, 


c( 


18 


00 


No. 1. 


Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two side views, 


a 


27 


00 


No. 2. 


Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two brass lipped side views, 


K 


27 
3° 




No. 3. 


Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two side views, polished and 


(( 


00 


No. 4. 


Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two brass lipped side views, 


K 


39 


00 


No. 5. 


Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, triple stock, arch top plate, two ornamental 


(( 


48 


00 


No. 6. 


Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two brass lipped 


CI 


33 


00 


No. 9. 


Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two ornamental 


CI 


48 


00 


No. 10. 


Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, triple stock, arch top plate, two 
ornamental brass lipped side views, polished and tipped, assorted, 26 to 30 inches 


H 


60 


00 


No. 11. 


Patent Adjustable Rosewood Plumb and Level, arch top plate, two ornamental 


(f 


90 


00 


No. 25. 


Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, arch top plate, improved double 


(( 


54 


00 


No. 35. 


Patent Adjustable Mason's Plumb and Level, 3^ inches wide, 42 inches long. . . . 

Half dozen in a box. 


(( 


36 


00 




LEVEL GLASSES. 








Length, i 
Per dozer 


$ 


3'A 


4 




One dozen in a box. 



Seen Francisco and, Sacramento. 



157 



IRON PLUMBS AND LEVELS. 




USTich-olson's. 

Nos 13 14 15 

Length, inches. .. 14 20 24 

Per dozen $18 00 21 00 2700 



~i 









■ 



■ • ■ t 



Davis' .Axlj lis table— Double. 

Nos ' 8 9 

Length, inches 18 24 

Per dozen $30 00 36 00 



PLUMB, LEVEL AND INCLINOMETER 



Davis' 'u\c\ JListable— I ron. 

No. 1, Length 6 inches Per dozen, $24 00 




Nos 

Length, inches . 
Per dozen 



3 4 

12 18 24 

$30 00 36 00 42 00 



POCKET LEVELS. 





n.i u 



No. 40. Iron Top Plate, Japanned 

No. 41. Iron, Brass Top Plate 

No. 46. Iron, Polished, Brass Top Plate . 



Per dozen, $2 50 

• " 3 00 

3 5° 



One dozen in a box. 



15S 



Huntington,. JETopl^ins gf* Co. 



PLUMB BOBS. 





Has. 00 and 0. H»lf Size No. 0. Half Size No. 2. 

Iron. Jauanned. 

No. oo. Adjusted Top, weight, i lb. 2 ozs. each Per dozen, $4 5c 

No. o. " " 2 lbs. 10 ozs each " 6 « 

No. 2. " " " gyi ozs. each " [ 6c 






N». 3iB.H. Hall Size No. «. Half Size X".l3. Hall Size So. C 

Lead. 

STEEL POINTED. 

No. 3. W eight 1 2 ozs. each Per dozen, $5 40 I 

No. 4. " iX lb - " " 720 

MASONS' WIRED. 
No. 13. Weight 1 lb. each Per dozen, $5 00 

No. 5. Brass. Steel Pointed, weight 6 >4 ozs. each Per dozen, $7 00 

No. 6. " " " 12 " '■ 1000 

^-Vd instable. 

No. 1. Bronze Metal, with Steel Point Each, $1 5c 

No. 2. " " " " " , 7J 

No. 5. Iron, with Steel Point " 1 oc 



Seen. Francisco and, Sacramento. 



159 



HANDLED BRAD AWLS. 




Assorted '. Per gross, 

Assorted, Large " 



AWLS AND TOOLS. 




Full Size. Nos. 2 and 3. 

No. 2, Iron Handle, with twelve tools Per dozen, $4 00 

No. 3, " " twenty " " 5 50 




Full Sise. No, 1 
No. i, Turkey Boxwood Handle, with twenty tools 



. Per dozen, $7 50 




Tfc« A»lt. VmIi, .",1 l ft il l 

>rr»l!..nl»inr.l In Ihr T«c*|>t«cl« 

In IbtltB.llr. 



T«o Ihinli. Siie. Nos. X »nd 120. 



No. 20, Aiken's Genuine, with ten awls and ten tools (see cut). 
No. i 20, Aiken's Pattern, with fourteen awls and six tools 



Per dozen, $1000 
" 7 00 



16 O HuTttirigtorx, Hopkins & Co. 

AWLS. 

Common. 

Saddler's. 

Common, assorted Per gross, $ 

Patent, assorted • " 

Common. I\iti'itt. 

Sewing. 

Common, assorted Per gross, 

Patent, assorted " 

Common. Tatent. 

Pegging. 

Common, assorted Per gross, 

Patent, assorted " 

t 'niunioii. 

I3rad. 

Common, assorted Per gross, $ 

Patent, assorted " 

AWL HAFTS. 





Common Brad. 



No. 6, Patent Pe^iii^. 



Brad. 

Common, Beech, Polished, Brass Ferrules, assorted Per gross, 

Pegging. 

No. 6, Patent, Hickory, Leather Top, Steel Screw and Nut, with Wrench Per dozen, 

No. ii, Common, Brass Ferrule Per gross, 





No. ft\. Patent Sewinir. 



No. 10, Common Sewing. 



Serving. 

No. 6}4> Patent, Apple-tree, Steel Screw and Nut, with Wrench Per dozen, $ 

No. io, Common, Brass Ferrule Per gross, 



San Francisco and Sacramento. 



161 



HANDLES. 





Firmer Chisel. 

Hickory Small. Medium 

Per Gross $ 

Apple Small. Medium. 

Per Gross $ 

Socket Firmer Chisel. 

Hickory, assorted Per gross, $ 

Apple, " 

Socket Framing. 

Hickory, Polished, lion Ferrules, assorted Per gross, $ 

All the above one dozen in a box. 

File. 

Soft Wood, Iron Ferrules, assorted " Per gross, $ 

One dozen in a package. 

Soldering Copper. 

Sofi Wood Per dozen, $ 

One dozen in a package. 

: FILE CLEANERS. 

Handled Per dozen . $ 

On leather. 3 by 5 inches P er square inch, 

11 



Large. 
Large. 




IBS 



Huntington., JELopPcLns $■ Co. 



FAMILY TOOL CHESTS. 




Walnut Case, twenty tools. 



. Per dozen, $ 



SCRATCH AWLS. 




Common. 

Beech Handle, Length of Blade 6 inches Per dozen, $ 




Socket. 

Cast Steel, Forged and Polished, Length of Blade 6 inches 



. Per dozen, $ 



SCREW DRIVERS. 




Length of Blade, inches . . 
Per dozen 



Plain. 

Polished Handles, Forged Steel Blades. 
13456789 10 

50 1 75 2 25 2 75 3 00 3 50 4 00 5 00 6 00 



6 75 




Per dozen 



Sccrt FrcLTicisco cuxd, Sctcr-amento. J 63 

LINES. 

13 3SSSSKSSSS55SKi^ 

12i a SKSS-j^.^^sg^sgc^s^^-gy^^^^^ 

12 RS5KSSgsssse«55S^^ 

11% aaaMHSBaBTy^^-^^TiBsssrisassssssasss 
ii aaSfBSSiftl^lW^^ 

10% BS^gg^S^SaSS^^^sz^ 

Chalk. 

TWISTED COTTON. 
Length, 30 Feet each. 

Nos 8 9 10 10 1 ; 11 uj^ 12 1 2 ^ 

Per dozen $3 5° 3 00 2 50 225 2 00 1 50 1 00 85 

Nos '3 I3J^ '4 '4'A >5 '5 l A '5 : 8 

Per dozen $075 65 55 50 45 42 40 

BRAIDED COTTON. 
Length, 20 Feet each. 

Nos o 1 2 3 

Per gross $6 00 650 7 00 750 

Trot. 

TWISTED COTTON. 
Nos I 2 3 4 

Length, feet 50 75 75 100 

Per dozen $2 00 3 00 4 00 6 00 

Masons'. 

TWISTED COTTON. 
No. 27. Length, 100 feet Per dozen, $3 00 

No. 28. " 50 " . " 1 50 



CHALK LINE REELS 




Without Awls Per dozen, $ 

With Awls 



164 



JEIizTxtingtoTX, Iloph-trts & Co. 



NAIL SETS. 




Octagon. 



Cast Steel, Half Polished Per dozen, 

Three dozen in a box. 



Square. 



Cast Steel, 3-16 to fa inch, Full Polished Per dozen, 

Best Cast Steel, 3-16 to Si inch, Full Polished " 

Best " 1 1-32 to ^i " " " 

Three dozen in a box. 



COLD CHISELS. 



Diameter, inches . 
Per dozen 




Cast Steel. 

h v* y» 
.$ 

Half dozen in a box. 



h n 



GLUE POTS. 




11 

1 ■ 

Enameled. 

Enameled. 

Nos 000 00 o 1 2345 

Per dozen $ 

Family. 

Eureka Per dozen, 



Sort Francisco and Sacramento. 



BENCH SCREWS. 




Wrought Iron. 



Wood. 



V Thread. 



Diameter of Screw, inches . 
Perdozen 



Wrought Iron. 

Movable Collar, Double Thread, Wood Handle. 



Diameter of Screw, inches . 
Per dozen 



• $ 



WOOD SCREW CUTTERS. 




Inches . 



Complete, each $0 8o 



165 




*X *% 



i}i i% iy 2 



80 



90 



1 00 1 20 



166 



Hixnttngtori, HopPctrhS $> Co. 



BENCH HOOKS. 




/ e» 




Wefclon'E, No. 2. Morrill's. 

"Weston's. 

No. 2 . . . Per dozen, $g oo 

One dozen in a box. 



Per dozen . 



Morrill's. 



Half dozen in a box. 



.$9 oo 





Smith's, No. i. 



Smith'!,. No. 2. 



Smith's. 

No. i Per dozen, $9 00 

No. 2 " 9 00 

One dozen in a box. 



Scltl Frctixcisco cured. SctcrcLmerito. 



SAW SETS. 



167 





German. 
Lever 



Iron Handle, 6 cuts, 6 inch Per dozen, 

Iron Handle, 6 '• 8 " " 



Wood Handle . 



. Per dozen, $ 




Stillman's Pattern. 

Hand Per dozen, $ 

Cross-cut " 





S t ar. 

Hand Per dozen, $ 

Aiken's. 

Imitation Per dozen, $ 

Genuine " 



168 



Huuntingtort, Hopkins fr Co. 



SAW SETS. 




Half size. Hand. 



Leach's. 

Hand, 7 inches long Per dozen, 

Cross-cut, 1 3 inches long 

Half dozen in a box. 




Morrill's. 

No. 1, for Hand, Panel, Wood and Meat Saws Per dozen, $ 

No. 3, for Cross-cut with single pointed teeth, or small Circular Saws from 14 to 20 gauge, 

inclusive 

Half dozen in a box. 




Disston's 

Revolving-. 

No. 1, large size, per doz $ 
No. 2, small " " 

Half dozen in a box. 



Scux JFrancisco ctrtcL S&crcnriento. 



160 



SAW FILERS' VISES. 



DISSTON'S. 




Ball and Socket. 



No. i, Japanned 



. Per doz, $ 



) v TTr*TT ,r fl 




AxLjustable. 



No. 2, Japanned 



. Per dozen, $ 



170 



JEIizntingtori, HopJzins & Co. 



SAW FILERS' VISES. 





Stearns'. 

No. o. Japanned Per dozen, $ | No. 3. Japanned Per dozen, $ 



Weiit^vorth's. 



No. 1. Japanned. 
No. 2. 



Per dozen, $ 



SAW SWAGES. 




No. 3 For Band and Small Circular Saws (full size cut) . Each, 




HENRY 01 S5T0NkS0*IS 

philadiv. C0N&UER0R 

PUT" AUC-I3'."IS72 




No. 1. For large Circular Saws 

No. 2. For small Circular and Mill Saws (full size cut). 



. Each, $ 



Scltx Francisco and Sacramento. 



171 



COMPASSES. 




Fine Polished Cast Steel. 

Length, inches 4 

Per dozen $4 5° 



6 

5 5° 



7 5° 



DIVIDERS. 





Wing. * Spring. 

Wing. 

Fine Polished Cast Steel. 

Length, inches 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 18 

Clark's Per dozen, $5 50 5 50 6 50 7 50 9 00 10 00 .... 12 00 18 00 .... 

B. & C " 7 00 7 5° 9 00 10 25 12 50 13 75 15 25 16 50 27 50 41 25 

Spring. 

Fine Polished Cast Steel. 

Length, inches 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 to 

Per dozen $4 80 4 80 4 80 4 80 6 00 6 80 8 00 9 60 

TRAMMEL POINTS. 




No. I. Small Per pair, $1 50 

No. 2. Medium 2 °° 

No. 3. Large " - 75 




17%} SixTttingtort, Hopkins $ Co. 

CALIPERS. 

Inside or Outside. Inside. 

Inside or* Outside. 

Length, inches 2^ 3456789 12 

Clark's Per dozen, $ . . . . 3 00 3 25 3 75 425 5 00 6 00 .... .... 

B. &: C 5 00 .... 650 .... 8 00 .... .... 1 1 00 1 5 00 

Inside. 

Length, inches 4 6 8 

Clark's Per dozen, $325 425 6 00 

Half dozen in a box. 

Double. Fancy. 

Double. 

Length, inches 2 J^ 3 4 5 6 

Clark's Per dozen $ . . . . 3 5° 4 25 j 00 6 00 

B. & C 5 50 7 00 9 50 

Fancy. 

2 y?. inches long Per dozen, $3 50 

Half dozen in a box. 







"Wing. 

Length, inches 5 6 

Clark's Per dozen %. . . . 7 00 

B. & C " 9 00 950 

Spring. 

Length, inches 3 4 5 6 

Per dozen $5 4° 5 4° 5 4° 5 4° 

Half dozen in a box. 



Sprinc 



9 OO 
[ I OO 



7 
6 60 



10 
1 1 00 
'3 75 



7 20 



12 
13 00 
16 50 



to 
10 OO 



Scltx Francisco and Sacramento. 



173 



RULES. 



^MHffl^^^^W^f^^HWP!^ 



TOFP 



t4 



llllllllllllllll I I I I I I I 1 I I I 1 I 1 I 



llllllllllllll 



lllllllllllllll 



lllllllllllllll 



l|l|l|l|l|i|l|l|l|l|lff 
li 
llllillllllllll 



Standard Steel. 



Length, inches . 
Each 



12 
2 OO 



I» 

3 °° 



24 3 6 

4 oo 8 oo 



No. i, 2, 3 or 4 Graduations. 

3 4 6 9 

$o so 75 i oo i 50 

No. 1 Graduations. No. 2 Graduations. No. 8 Graduations. No. 4 Graduations. 

1st cor. 10, 20, 50, 100 ro, 20, 50, 100 16, 32, 64 64 whole length. 

2d " 12,24,48 12,24,48 16 32 " " 

3d " 16,32,64 16,32,64 16 16 " " 

4 th" 14,28 8 8 8 

No. 5 Graduations. 

Length, inches ' 2 

Each $3 °° 



24 

6 00 



1 st cor. 1 6, 32, 64. 



No. 5 Graduations 



) 2d " II, 14, 15, 17, l8, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25. 
j 3d " 26,27,28,29,30,31,33,34,35,36,37,38. 

Uth " 39, 40, 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48, 49. 5°. IO °- 

Shrink. 



Boxwood, 24^ inches long, Shrink on both sides, No. 1 Graduation Each, $3 00 

Steel, 24^ " " " one side and Standard on the other, divided on each side to 

10, 20, 50, 100 — 12, 24, 48 — 16, 32 and 64 parts of an inch " 5 00 



A'l^ -! V X i -| X i 1> \\\\\\V\ N\"\x\\v\\\\\\\\\\\\\ 

Triangular Steel. 

Length, inches 3 4 6 IZ 

Each $0 60 o 80 1 20 3 00 

Graduations — 16, 64, 100 to the inch whole length. 
16,32,64 " " 

20, 50, 100 — 12, 24, 48 — 16, 32, 64 to the inch. 
The 12 inch are divided only as follows: 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24, 28, 48, 50 64, 100 to the inch. 




Triangular Boxwood. 

6 inches long, divided to scales of 3-32, }i, 3-16, #, fi, }4, % t, 1'; and 3 inches to the foot 

and i-i6ths of inch Each, $1 50 

[2 " " ditto " 2 co 

24 " " ditto, with 2 and 4 instead of 3-32 and 3-16 to the foot 5 00 



pw 



T'jlr'T'"^ 

iiiiii.hinJ'^iiiMiLiiiift 



ippi 



Steel Caliper. 



Length, inches 3 

Each $3 5° 

These Rules are divided in four ways. A, divided on outside like cut, on slide to 32ds and 64ths. B, divided 
on outside like cut, on slide to 64ths and iooths. C, divided on outside to Sths, i6ths, 32ds and 64ths ; on 
slide to 32ds and 64ths. D, divided on outside to Sths, i6ths, 32ds and 64ths ; on slide to 64ths and iooths. 



174 



HvLrtttrigtorh, Hopkins & Co. 



SQUARES. 



rHI 


|l|l |'l'jl|l|>|l|l|WW|lil|l|l|l 







Patent Hardened. 



^Patent Hardened. 



Graduated Steel. 



For Wood Workmen. 
4 Inch Blade Each, $i 25 

f>yi " " 175 

9*A " " 2 so 

12 " " 3 5° 

Graduated Steel. 

For Machinists. Not Hardened. 

3 Inch Blade Each, $2 50 

4 " " 3 00 

6 " " 4 00 

9 " " 7 00 

12 " " 800 



HlliUlililili 



lllllll 



Thin Steel. 

2 Inch Blade, 1-20 inch thick Each, $1 50 

" " 2 00 

" " 250 

" 3 5° 

" 4 50 

" 5 So 



3 " 


1-16 


4 " 


1-14 


6 " 


1-14 


8 


1-12 


" 


I-IO 



The 2 and 3 inch are divided to i6ths and 64ths on one side, and 32ds and 64ths on the other. 
The 4, 6, 8 and 10 inch Squares are divided on both sides to i6ths and 32ds of inches. 




Steel Caliper. 

2 Inch, with Adjusting Screw Each, $4 00 

4 » " " " 5 00 



San Francisco and Sa-cra-mento. 



175 



SQUARES. 




TT;^::r::;:^:;^:;\ 



Universal or Center. 



4 Inch Blade Each, $2 50 

6 " " " 300 

8 " " " 400 

10 " " " 5 5° 

12 " " " 7 00 





T Si|imre and Universal Bevel. 



Bevel Protractor. 



T Square and Universal Bevel. 

Cast Steel, Tongue 8 inches, Head 5 inches Each, $5 



Bevel Protractor. 

With Sliding Arm and Half Circle, Divided to Degrees. 
With 6 inch Sliding Arm Each, $6 50 



With 10 " 



7 00 



SCREW PITCH GAUGES. 







Pj 



o 




Full Sire D. B. * S 




o 



&"'-' 




Full Size St«r. 



D. B. & S., for 16 pitches. 
Star, for 1 2 inches 



Each, $1 00 
■ " So 



176 



Hxxnttrhgtorh, Hopkins tf* Co. 



GAUGES. 




Stubs' "Wire. 

SINGLE. 



2 y 2 inches diam., Nos. i to 26 Each, $ 

3 " " " 1 to 26 " 

3 " " " 1 to 36 " 

DOUBLE. 
1^ inch diam., Nos. 1 to 26 Each, $ 




. I I I 1 I I I l,l,1.liLlihliLM,Ll,'lf..r„.l...i,i,l 

Front Side. 




Cuts half size 



Pocket, Screw and W r ire. 



Each . 



$3 °° 




Cut Half Size. 



Each . 



Center Grange. 

And Gauge for Grinding and Setting Screw Tools. 



j>o 40 



The angles used in this Gauge are 60 degrees. The four divisions upon the Gauge of 14, 20, 24 and 32 parts 
to the inch are for measuring the number of threads to the inch of taps and screws. The following parts to 
the inch can be determined by them, viz : 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 24 and 32. 



Each. 



iO OOOOOOOOOOO. 

2 U 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 i J 

°iO OOOOOOOOOOO o|i 

1-^26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34- 35 36 37 38 39 40 4l|l 
f£0 OOQOOOOOOOOOOOOf' 
"U42 43 44 45 46 47 46 49 60 61 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 / 

Twist Drill and Steel Wire. 

For Gauging Morse Twist Drills and Stubs' Drawn Steel Wire. 



.$2 50 



Sun Frcuxcisco arcd ScLCTCurtento. 



177 



COOPERS' TOOLS. 

BARTONS. 




Shavevip Shaves. 



Length, inches . 
Per dozen 



>i2 50 14 50 




I loop Shave. 



Hoop Shaves. 



Length, inches. 
Per dozen 



11 25 '3 25 



Inshaves. 



Two Handles. 
Per dozen $11 50 



Double Iron, Wood Handle. 



Spoke 'Shaves. 



. Per dozen, $15 00 




Champer Knives. 

Length, inches 4# 5 $% Keg size. 

Per dozen $'7 5° lS 5° 2 ° 5° "5 °° 



Sovket ll»mlled 

Drivers. 




Short »nd U**l. 



Nantucket 

Socket Handled. 
Short and Oval 
IS 



Per dozen, $7 50 
11 25 



178 



Uzintirigtori, Hopkins & Co. 



COOPERS' TOOLS. 



BARTON'S. 





Axes. 



No. i. Tight Barrel, Handled. 
No. 2. Flour " " 



.Per dozen, $33 00 
*' 27 00 



Adzes. 

Apple-tree Handles, Bolted Through. 
No. 2. Flour Barrel, Handled .' Per dozen, $27 00 




Heading Shave 



Stave Shave. 



Heading- Shaves. 



Length, inches . 
Per dozen 



9 10 12 

pi6 50 18 50 22 50 



Stave Shaves. 

Length, inches ■, 

Per dozen $12 50 



'4 
26 50 



8 
14 5= 





Backing Shave. 



Hollowing Shave. 





Backing Shaves. 






Hollowing- Shaves. 





fiz 50 14 50 



[2 50 14 50 



Scut Fraixcisco and. Sacrcumerito. 



179 



COOPERS' TOOLS. 



BARTON'S. 





Bowel. croze. 

BLowels. 

Tight Barrel. 

Beech Boards, 5 and 10 gallon kegs p er dozen, $17 50 

Apple-tree Boards, 5 and 10 gallon kegs 11 21 00 

Crozes. 

Tight Barrel 

Beech Boards, 5 and 10 gallon kegs p er dozen, $13 50 

Apple-tree Boards, 5 and 10 gallon kegs " 21 00 




Leveler. Jointer. 

Levelers. 

Apple-tree Per dozen, $ 1 3 od 

. I < ) i 1 1 I ( ! PS. 

Beech, 2 feet 10 inches, Double Irons Per pair, $3 20 

Beech, 4 " 4 " " " 4 00 

Beech, 5 feet long, 4x4 inches, Double Irons " 5 00 




Scrapers. 



? 



V Lses, 



Per dozen $6 00 | Per dozen . 



$5 00 




Hammers. 

Steel Face. Handled. 

Weight, pounds 3 ' _. to 4 ' > 

Per dozen $18 00 



4 1 .- b 
19 5° 




Froes, 

Length, inches 9 

Per dozen $12 00 13 50 



10 12 14 16 
15 00 18 00 21 00 24 00 



180 



JEZizn ting tort, Hopkins. $- Co. 



TINNERS' SHEARS. 




Seen JPrcLrccisco ancL Sacrcurteixto. 



181 



PUNCHES. 



1 I I 

if II I 



Tinners'. 

IN SETS. 
Cast Steel, 4 Punches and 2 Chisels Per set, $ 




HOLLOW. 
Wrought Shank, y£ to i}4 inches Per inch - $ 



Solid. 

SQUARE. 
Cast Steel, Nos. o, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Per d° z en. $ 



OCTAGON 

Cast Steel, Nos o 1 

Size of point 5 3- 

Per dozen $ 

One dozen in .1 bos. 



2 
VI 6 



3 



4 



s 

93 2 



Prick. 



Cast Steel, Hall" Polished . 



. Per dozen, $ 



One dozen in a box. 



18J9 



Huntington, HopKins & Co. 



PUNCHES. 



Saddlers' or Drive. 

Polished. 

Nos i 2 3 4 5 6 7 

B. & C, per dozen $525 525 5 25 ' 5 25 525 575 575 

P. S & W. " 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 25 2 25 

Nos 9 IO " I2 '3 '4 '5 

B. & C, per dozen $575 575 625 625 750 750 875 

P. S. & W. " 2 25 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50 .... 

Table showing corresponding sizes of Copper Rivets, Rivet Sets and Drive Punches. 

No. of Copper Rivets 5 6 7 8 9 

No. of Rivet Sets o 1 2 3 4 

No of Drive Punches 8 7 6 5 4 




5 75 

2 25 

16 

8 75 



10 
S 
3 



RIVET SETS. 



Nos 

Per dozen . 



\Z£—^^-^=^ — 








Cast Steel. 








00 and 1 and 2 


3 and 4 


5 and 6 


7 and 8 


$9 00 7 5° 


6 00 


4 5° 


3 75 



Seen FrcLrccisco and ScLcrcL.me.rito. 



183 



CARPENTERS' PINCERS. 




Length, inches 6 8 to 

Per dozen $ 2 00 3 00 5 00 



7 S° 



SHOEMAKERS 1 PINCERS. 




No. 3- 



. Per dozen, $ 



No. 4 Per dozen, $ 



END CUTTING NIPPERS. 




Per dozen $5 25 5 75 



6 7 8 

6 50 8 40 11 00 




P. S. & AV. 



Nos. . 
Each . 



S. & II. 

With Interchangeable Cutters that can be taken off and sharpened 

Nos 1 - 3 

Length, inches 1 - " lo 

Each $ 

Extra Cutters. 

Nos 1 « ! 

Per pair $ 



184 



Hixntingbon, HopPcins & Co. 



PLIERS. 





Flat I^ose. 

Length, inches 3 to 4^ 5 5^ 

Per dozen $ 

Half dozen in a box. 

Round !N~ose. 

Length, inches 3 to 4^ 5 $*/, 

Per dozen $ 

Half dozen in a box. 

Hi" 

Side Cutting, Flat. 

Length, inches 4 4^ 5 5^ 

Per dozen $ 

Half dozen in a box. 

Side Cutting, Raised. 

Length, inches 4 4^ 5 $ l A 

Per dozen $ 

Half dozen in a box. 






Sctrt Francisco ccncl ScLcrcLmertto. 


185 


COMBINED PLIERS AND WIRE CUTTERS. 




>w*sS8Bm9llfiiIr 'i 1, ' ' ' l| ' 1 ' 'i' 1 ' - 'i ' 1 1 ' 1 1 i'Vi '■* ■ 1 1 ' 'i ' 'i'i'i i ■ i i.i 'L**^^ 




Buttons. 






TO 

6 ! : 
24 00 


Half dozen in a box. 


GAS PLIERS. 




Polished Heads. 






1 2 




Half dozen in a box. 


I'.iirm-r. I'xkM. 




Burner. 








Pocket 








6 ■< .. " 


Half dozen in a box. 

II " 



186 



Hvuxtingtort, Hopkins & Co. 



PIPE TONGS. 




Size, inches . 
Each 



.$o 60 



Common. 

HAH 

75 ' °° ' 2 5 



5° 



« 75 



ij< 



2 75 




Brown's ^±(\ j ' i si able. 



No. 1. 


For 


Pipe ^ to 5^ inches, incl 


No. iy 




' # " ' 


No. 2. 




' J* " iH 


No. 3. 




* 1 " 2 " 


No. 4. 




' i/= " 3 " 


No. 5. 




■ 2^ " 4 



usive Each, $ 1 50 



" 1 


75 


" 2 


00 


" 2 


75 


4 


5° 


" 9 


00 




Robbings'. 

No. 2. For Pipe 1 to 2 inches, inclusive Each, $5 50 

No. 3. " rX "4 " " " 625 

No. 4. " 2 "6 " " " 9 00 



PIPE WRENCHES. 



No. 1 
No 2 
No. 3 
No. 4 
No. s 




.Alligator. 

For Pipe yi to y& inches, and Iron % to j£ inches diameter Per dozen, $4 00 

yb " % " " ^ " 1 " " •' 12 00 

}4 " i# " '■ tt " *H " " " -400 

i l X " 2 " " 1^ " 2}4 " " '• 3600 

2 "3 " " 2 J A " 3 l A " " " 54 00 



Seen Francisco oinoZ Sctcrccmento. 



PIPE WRENCHES. 




>4 " 2^ " 




Combination. 



7<97 



Cylinder. 

Bright, with Long Nut. 

10 inch. For Pipe y 2 to i inches, inclusive Per d 

T2 " " l A " iH " " 



ozen, $20 75 
24 00 
34 00 
50 00 



Bright, with Long Nut. 

10 inch. For Pipe % to 1 inches, inclusive p er dozen $25 25 

" * " itf " " " 28 50 

'5 " " # " ■ " " ■' 4050 



PIPE CUTTERS. 




Stan wood's. 

No. 1 Cuts Pipe fi to ' 4 inches, inclusive Each $3 00 

I ' 2 ' " ' " 2 " ■■ " ' 45° 

N°-3- " 2 » 3 '• « ■■ , 4 OQ 

Extra Cutter Wheels. 

Nos , , 

Each $0 25 40 5 o 



188 



HnrctirigtoTL, HopPcins $ Co. 



GAS PIPE STOCKS AND DIES. 




Crane's. 

Size C. Threads, %, }&, }4, 3/i and i inch Pipe Each, $i i oo 

Size D. " i , i % and i J^ inch Pipe " 1 1 oo 

Size E. " 1%, iyi and 2 " " i f> oo 

Size G. " 2)/ 2 and 3 inch Pipe (Cutter Dies) " 41 00 

Morris, Tasker & Co.'s. 

No. 1. Threads, %, ffj and }4 inch Pipe Each, $8 00 

No. 2. " 3/i and 1 inch Pipe " 11 00 

No. 3. " i/^,i/^ and 2 inch Pipe, with Leader Screws " 2150 

No. 4. " 2}^ and 3 inch Pipe, with Leader Screws and Guides " 50 00 



Dies. 

CRANE'S 



For Stock size . 
Each 



C 
>i 50 



D 
2 10 



E 
3 00 



MORRIS, TASKER & CO.'S. 



For Stock No . 
Each 



$1 5° 



5° 



4 00 



Gaiicles. 



CRANE'S. 



For Stock size . 
Each 



C 

$0 25 



D 

o 40 



E 

o 40 



MORRIS, TASKER & CO.'S. 



For Stock No . 
Each 



t>o 25 



2 
o 45 



3 
o 60 



Seen JPrctncisco cured. ScLcra.rrte.rito. 



180 



SCREW PLATES AND PIPE CUTTERS. 




Jarecki's. 

No. i. Cuts and Threads %, ^, y 2 and ^ inch Pipe Each, $14 00 

No. 2. " " j|, J4, i and 1 % " " 1 6 00 

No. 3. " " 1, !>/{, i]/ 2 and 2 " " 20 co 

No. 3^. " " y 2 , %, i, 1%, 1 y 2 and 2 inch Pipe " 2250 

No. 4B. " " 2 y 2 , 3, 3 y, and 4 inch Pipe " 50 00 



Dies. 



For Stock No 1 2 

Per set $2 00 2 00 



3 
2 00 



3% 



4 B 

3 00 



GAS PIPE TAPS. 




Size, inches . 
Each 



. ft H X » *X *H * *X 3 

. $0 60 65 75 1 00 1 35 1 70 2 00 2 30 3 50 6 00 8 00 



COMBINED DRILL, REAMER AND PIPE TAP. 




Size, inches }i 



'•-• 



Each 



.$4 50 6 00 7 ^5 8 50 



190 



Uu,rtting£on, HopPctrcs & Co. 



GRINDSTONES. 




Berea. 

From 1 5 to 500 lbs Per lb., . 

.TSTewcastle. 

Extra Large for Machine Shops Per lb., . 




Family. 



6 inch diameter. 



. Per dozen, $ 



GRINDSTONE FIXTURES. 




Japanned Covered Bearings, Patent Incased Rollers. 

Nos 50 51 

Length of Shaft, inches 24 19 

Per dozen sets $20 00 17 50 



52 


S3 


'7 


'5 


15 00 


14 00 



Per lb . 



Sctn JPrcuxcisco and Scccrccmerito. 



191 



OIL STONES AND SLIPS. 



^m 







Jm 







STONES. 
No. 



Washita. 

Extra. 



STONES. 
No. i. 
Per lb $ 



Per lb . . . 

Ai-kansiis 

Extra. 



SLIPS. 
No. 



SLIPS. 

No. i. 
Per lb $ 



Extra. 



Extra. 



Turkey. 

St0l, es Per lb , $ 

Washita, Mounted. 



Length, inches 

No. i 



. Per dozen, $ 





Per lb. 



Hindoostan Stones and slips. 

No. i. Axe. 



Slips. 



Sandst* mm--;. 



Per lb. 



( BALK. 

Common White (lump . Red (fingers'). 

Per lb $ 

Prepared White. Red. Blue. 

Per gross $ 



198 



UnrtttrLgtoTL, Hopkins & Co. 



OILERS. 






Malk-alile Iron. 



Paragon. 



Nos OO 

Zinc Per dozen, $o 90 

Copper " .... 

Brass " .... 



Chase's. 










1 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


1 00 1 25 1 50 


1 75 


2 25 


3 °° 


4 00 


2 25 2 50 3 00 


3 5° 


4 5° 


5 75 


7 5° 


2 25 2 50 3 00 


3 5° 


4 5° 


5 75 


7 5° 



Paragon. 

Nos 1 

Zinc Per dozen, $2 00 

Copper " 325 



2 


3 


4 


2 50 


2 75 


3 25 


4 00 


4 75 


5 5° 



Malleable Iron. 



Nos 1 

Per dozen $ 

Rubber. 

Nos o 

Per dozen . . $ 

All the above, half dozen in a box. 

Oiler Spouts. 

TIN. 

No. 3 5 inches. I No. 4 .5 

Per dozen $ | Per dozen $ 

BRASS. 



9 inches. 



No. 3 

Per dozen . 



5 inches. I No. 3 5 

Per dozen $ 



9 inches. I No. 5 7 

I Per dozen . . .$ 



9 inches. 



Soltx Francisco ccnol ScLcrcurn.C7xto . 



193 



SAND PAPER. 




Flint. 

NOS OO O J^ I ij^ 2 2>4 3 

Per Ream $4 5° 4 5° 4 5° 4 5° 4 5° 5 °° 5 °° 5 °° 

Assorted, in Half Reams $4 5° 

Half ream in a package. 

Star. 

Nos. oo to 3 and assorted, all sues Per ream, $3 75 

Half ream in a package. 

Flint, in Rolls. 

Nos 1 ' .■ 2 

Per yard $0 10 o 11 

50 yards long, 23 ■/£ inches wide. 



o 1 2 



3 

o >3 



EMEPvY PAPER. 



Nos 00 

Per Ream $6 50 



6 50 6 50 6 50 

Half ream in a package. 



6 50 



i 
7 5° 



9 5° 



3 

1 1 50 



EMERY CLOTH. 



Nos Ciocus 00 o 100 ' . 1 1 ' .■ -' 2 ' .. 

Per Ream $18 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 18 00 20 00 24 00 26 00 

One quire in a package. 
Comparative Numbers of Emery Cloth and Paper with Emery. 

Nos 00 o 1 00 1 1 ' _• 

Emery Flour 120 100 90 80 70 60 54 4° 



EMERY. 

Flour p er ">■, $ 

Nos. 120, too, 90, 80, 70, 60, 54 and 46 

In square tin cans of 10 lbs. each. 

In Kegs of about 275 lbs Less P« r lb -> $ 

IS . 



194 



UvurctiTxgtort, Hopkins & Co. 



LEAD PENCILS. 



AMKHIfAN — N»2 



AMKIIICW- S'l 



,m, nri nx --N.jj] 



AMERICAN PLUMBAGO 



WL EXTRA I 



AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N.Y. 



Office. 

Round, Black, Polished, Plain Per gruss, 



Round, Black, " Stamped in Gold, " Jet Black " " 

Round, Red, " " " " Red Coat " 

Round, Black, " " " Huntington, Hopkins & Co.," Nos. I, 2, 3, 4. " 




AVith. Rubber* Heads. 

Round, Black, Polished, Plain Per gross. 

Round, " " Stamped in Gold, "Jet Black" 

Round, Red, " " " " Red Coat " " 

H. H. & Co., half gross in a box ; all others one gross. 




Length, inches. 
Per gross 



Carpenter's'. 

Whitewood, Colored and Varnished, stamped "Huntington, Hopkins & Co " 

7 9 



Half gross in a box 



N9360. DIXON'S SQUARE LUMBER PENCIL 
I Pap er Cover| Jo s. Dixon Crucible Co. Jersey City, IV. J. 



Lumber. 

All Lead, 4 inches long, y 2 inch square, paper cover 

Half gross in a box. 



. Per gross, $ 



Sort Frcuxcisco and, ScLcr<x,m,ento. 195 



COPPER BALLS. 




imrnminiMiniTiri nmrnmiTi nimnTi iirm i if 1 1 ml 1 1 11 n | m f 1 1| mmulitil In III ll H Hn Lil | IIIHflTFnilPilP' g '^M ! 



Diameter, inches 4 5 6 5 

Each $ 



SOLDERING COPPERS. 



m 



Weight per pair, 1 y 2 pounds Per lb., 

Weight " 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 pounds " 



METALS. 
Sheet Copper*. 

Size, 30x60 inches, 10 to 90 lbs. per sheet Per lb., $ 

Sheet Brass. 

14 to 18 inches wide, Stubs' tlauge, Nos. 14 to 24 Per lb.. $ 

Bar Copper. 

: s to 5 a inches diamter Per lb., $ 

Ingol Copper. 

Lake Superior Per lb., $ 

.A-ntimony. 

French Star Per lb., $ 

Biihhii Metal. 

54 K Per lb., $ 

Extra " 

Solder. 

Extra Per lb., $ 

No. , " 

No 2 " 

Bar Lead. 

Soft Per lb., $ 

Pi ^ I jead. 

Richmond Per lb., $ 



196 



SvLrttijxgton., Hopkins & Co. 



PUMPS. 




Revolving- Stand. 



No. i. 
No. 2. 
No. 3. 
No. 4, 
No. 5. 
No. 6. 



Bore 2 4 inches, Stroke 5 inches, for Lead or Iron Pipe, 4 or 1 inches Each, $4 00 



3 

3'A 



5 

64 

64 

lA 



*% " i# 

2 •• 2% 



" 4 


5° 


" 5 


00 


5 


5° 


6 


5° 


8 


CO 



All these Pumps are furnished with Iron Couplings and Brass Thread Tube, adapted to either Iron or Lead Pipe. 



San Francisco and, Sacramento. 



PUMPS. 




Doiible-.A.cting Suction and Force. 



With Air-Barrel and Cock. 



No. i A. More 2% inches, Stroke 4 ; 4 inches, for Lead or Iron Pipe, i inch Each, $i8 50 

24 00 
26 50 
30 00 

All these Pumps are furnished with Iron and Brass Thread Tube, adapted to either Iron or Lead Pipe. 



No. --A. 


" 


" 5* 


No. 3A. 


. •' 


- '-'4 


No. 4A. 


" .? 


(»■. 


No. 5 V 


" iU " 


7 


No. 6A 


" 3# " 


8 





'X • 


>> 


"'4 • 


" 


.', • 


" x% 


or 1 % ■ 


" iji 





198 



Huuxtirhgtorh, Hopkins $■ Co. 



PUMPS. 




Pendulum Force or Lilt. 

No. o. Bore 2)/i inches, Stroke 4 l / 2 inches, for 1 inch Lead or Iron Pipe Each, $10 00 

No. 1. " 3'A " " 6 " t H " " " " I2 °° 

No. 2. "4 " " T]i " 1% " " " " 2000 

Fountain. 

Complete, with Hose, Nozzle and Sprinkler 

Small Size Each, $6 00 

Large Size " 7 50 




San Frctrxcisco cvrtd ScLcramertto. 



LOWER CHECK VALVE. 




199 



For i % inch Pipe . 
For ty 2 
For 2 " 

For 2}i " 
For 3 



■ Each, $i 50 
■ 75 

• " 2 25 

• " 2 75 

• " 3 75 



DRIVE WELL POINTS. 



For Pipe, inches 
Eai h 




6 00 



2 
1 1 00 



PUMP CYLINDERS. 



size. Inches. 

2]^ inches . . 
2% " ■■ 


For Pipe 

. . i x /i inches 

■■''A " 


3 " ■■ 
3'A ' 

4 " • • 


. . 2 *■ 



Seamless Brass Tube, Iron Attachment. 

10 ln'-hf- Loaf, 12 Incbw bong. 1 1 in* In 

Eai 



h, 


$7 75 


* -'5 ■ 


9 00 




S 00 


8 50 


9 25 


. 


9 00 


9 5° 


10 25 




10 50 


" 25 


'- -5 




14 00 


15 00 


'5 75 



PIPE. 

Win > m Li.' 1 1 1 I l-< >n. 

Inside diam,, in ' 4 '.. ; 4 i i' 4 i# -• 2 1 .. ; 4 

Weight per ft., lbs 422 .561 .845 1.126 1.670 2.25S 2.694 3.667 5774 7547 905 10.72S 

Per foot, Black . ... $ 
Per " Galvanized, 

Pipe dip|ied in Asphalnim and Coal Tar to order. 

Sheet Lron. 

For Mining and Irrigating purposes, of all sizes and gauges of iron, made to order. Prices furnished upon 

application. 



£00 



Huntington, Hopkins $ Co. 



PIPE FITTINGS. 





TB ^V \S^ Jnft 

Cross. Reducers. Elbow. Te» Plain Flange. Return Bend. 

Pound Fit 1 i 1 1 gs. 

BLACK. 
Class i. 

Elbows and Tees, 2 inches and larger Cents per pound, 

Class 2. Advance 2 cents on Class 1. 

Elbows and Tees, Y\ to 1 ]/ 2 inches, inclusive 

Street Elbows, 1 Y\ inches and larger 

Caps and Crosses, 1 ^ inches 

Return Bends, 1 inch and larger 

Reducers and Couplings, 1 % inches and larger 

Plain Flanges, all sizes 

Class 3. Advance 4 cents on Class 1. 

Elbows and Tees, ^ and l / 2 inch, inclusive 

Street Elbows, 3/g to 1 inch, inclusive 

Caps and Crosses, 3/g" to 1 inch, inclusive 

Return Bends, 3/§ to Ys, inch, inclusive 

Reducers and Couplings, fjj lo 1 inch, inclusive 

Drop Elbows and Drop Tees, all sizes 

Class 4. Advance 12 cents on Class 1. 
Elbows, Tees, Caps, Sockets and Crosses, l /i and % inch 

GALVANIZED. 

Advance on respective Classes Per lb., 5 cents. 



I'h... 





Ku^limy, 



Short Nipple. 



Long Nipple 






Piece Fittings. 



Size, inches ' 4 

Unions Each,$o 1 5 

Plugs " 5 

Bushings. ..." 6 

Caps 

Nipples, Short 
Nipples, Long 
Lock Nuts. . 
Wro't Sockets 



H 
'5 
5 
6 

5 
6 
8 

5 



o 20 

5 
6 

5 

8 

10 

5 
10 



BLACK 



-4 

2 5 

6 

8 

10 



6 

1 2 



o 30 
8 



12 

I 2 

'5 



o 40 
10 
1 2 

'5 

15 
20 



15 20 

GALVANIZED. 

Double above List. 



1!.. 
o 50 
12 
'5 
25 
20 

25 
1 2 

2 5 



75 
'5 
20 

3° 



35 

'5 
30 



> 5° 
3° 
35 
5° 
60 

75 
3° 
5° 



3 
2 50 

5° 
60 

7° 

75 

1 00 

5° 
7° 



3^ 

4 00 

75 

So 

90 

1 00 

> 25 
75 
90 



4 
5 °° 
1 00 

' 25 
1 25 
' -5 
' 75 
1 00 

' 2 5 



Size, inches 1 

Per Pair $1 00 




L^nioiL Flanges. 





With Bolts 


'X 


IX 


' 25 


I 50 I 



7 5 



2 00 



3 
2 75 



3/2 
3 75 



4 
4 75 



Scltx JEPrcuxcisco ccrtci ScLcrcunento. 



SOI 



PLAIN BIBBS. 




Rough. 

Screwed for Iron Pipe, without Shoulder. 

ROUGH. 

Size, inches tf *A H H ' 

Per dozen $ 1 1 oo 1 4 00 1 7 00 23 00 35 00 

FINISHED. 

Size, inches # i/ 2 # % , 

Per dozen $12 00 15 50 19 00 26 00 31) 00 




Finished. 

Screwed for Iron Pipe, with Shoulder. 

ROUGH. 

Size, inches 1 \% 

Per dozen $14 00 1 7 00 23 00 35 00 50 00 78 00 

FINISHED 

Size, inches % 

Per dozen $12 00 '5 5° 1900 26 00 



160 00 



39 00 






SOB 



HixThttrtgLorL, Hopkins & Co. 



HOSE BIBBS. 




Rough. 

Screwed for Iron Pipe, "without Shoulder. 

ROUGH 

Size, inches yi ^ i 

Per dozen ' $1500 1 8 00 2500 3 s °° 

FINISHED. 

Size, inches * l / 2 y% ^ 1 

Per dozen .... $1650 2000 2800 42 00 

IC" 
I 

GERES 




« 

Finished. 

Screwed for Iron Pipe, with Shoulder. 

ROUGH 

Size, inches J^ $/?, ^ 1 1 % t}& 

Per dozen $15 00 18 00 25 00 38 00 54 00 84 00 

FINISHED.. 

Size, inches yi Y& Ya, 

Per dozen $16 50 20 00 28 00 



1 70 00 



42 00 









Sctrt Francisco cltxcL ScLcrcarhertto. 



£03 



COMPRESSION PLAIN BIBBS. 




Rough. 



Screwed for Iron Pipe withoui Shoulder. 



Size, inches. . . l / z 



ROUGH. 



i I Size, inches, 



FINISHED. 



Per dozen $10 50 12 00 19 00 33 00 | Per dozen %\\ 00 13 00 20 00 37 00 




Screwed for Iron Pipe, with shoulder. 



ROUGH 
Size, inches . . ' .■ 

Per dozen $10 50 12 00 



FINISHED 



i 1 Size, inches 1 

19 00 11 00 I Per dozen. $10 00 1 1 00 13 00 20 00 37 00 



S04 



Huntington, Hophlns $■ Co. 



COMPRESSION HOSE BIBBS 




Rough. 



Screwed for Iron Pipe, without Shoulder. 

ROUGH. FINISHED. 



Size, inches. 




% 


H 


X 


1 


Size, inches 


y* 


y* 


X 


Per dozen . . . 


.$. 


5° 


13 00 


21 00 


36 00 


Per dozen. . 


.$12 00 


14 00 


22 00 



40 00 




Screwed for Iron Pipe, with Shoulder. 

ROUGH. FINISHED. 

Size, inches. % Y& Y% 1 I Size, inches y 2 yfa Y\ ' 

Per dozen. .. .$1 1 50 13 00 21 00 36 00 | Per dozen. .. .$12 00 14 00 22 00 40 00 



San JPrcLTccisco and Sacramento. 



£05 



STOPS. 




Rough. 

JLever Handle, tor JLead Pipe. 

ROUGH 

Size, inches ^ ft yi 

Per dozen $i i oo 13 00 '7 5° 

FINISHED 

Size, inches % >s Y\ 

Per dozen $15 00 18 50 25 00 



26 00 



37 00 




Finished. 

Compression, for Lead Pipe. 

FINISHED. 

With or without Waste 

Pet dozen $1 1 00 



19 50 



306 



HixTxtingtort, Hopkins $• Co. 



STOPS. 




Rough. 

Lever Handle, Screwed for Iron Pipe. 

ROUGH. 

Size, inches yi yi -\, 

Per dozen $12 00 14 00 1900 

FINISHED. 

Size, inches yi 

Per dozen $ 1 6 00 




H 

26 50 



Compression, Screwed for Iron Pipe. 



ROUGH. 
With or without Waste. 



Size, inches yi 

Per dozen $11 50 



20 00 



FINISHED. 

Size, inches J4 X 

Per dozen $i 2 00 2 1 00 



San Frcuxctsco and. Sacramento. 



SHOWER BATH COOKS. 



£07 




Levei* Handle, for Lead Pipe. 

Size, inches y 2 ^ 

Per dozen $16 50 26 50 





Screwed li>r Iron Pipe. 






LEVER HANDLE 

inches 

Per dozen $17 50 28 00 

COMPRESSION. 

Size, inches 

Per dozen $14 5° *4 S° 



£08 



jEZu.7i tirtgtorL, Hop~ktn.s gf* Co, 



BALL COCKS. 




Plain. 

Screwed for Iron Pipe, with Shoulder. 




Compression. 

Screwed for Iron Pipe, with Shoulder. 

Size, inches y 2 

Per dozen $10 50 



PLUGS. 





9 5° 3° °° 



12 00 19 00 33 00 




Sink or Bath, 



Wash Tray. 



Rubber. 



Size inches ■ 1% i)/i 2 I Size, inches 1% I Per dozen . 

Per dozen.. $3 50 4 50 8 00 | Per dozen $5 00 | 





Bath Waste and Washers. 




Trap Screws. 



Strainers. 



Size, inches ij^ I Size, inches 1 2 I Size, inches. 2 2^ 3 

Per dozen $7 5c | Per dozen $2 75 7 00 | Per dozen . .$1 00 1 25 150 



San Francisco ctnd ScLcrcLrrtento. 



&09 



HOSE PIPES. 




Plain, Screw Tip. 



Size, inches . 
Length, inches. 
Per dozen 



17 00 




I* 


2 


12 


12 


20 OO 


32 OO 



C ock < )ii Lm 1 -Li< : End . 



Short, Cast Brass. 

Size, inches % 

Length, inches. 8 

Per dozen $ 12 °° 



1 
8 

14 OO 



Magic 



Size, im hes. 
Per dozen 



.5 '8 

34 00 60 OO 



H 




HOSE SPRINKLERS. 

i>_. and a inches diameter, foi V t and 1 inch Hose Pipes Per dozen, $ 

; inch tei " 1 ', inch Hose Pipes 

4 in< hes diameter for Vt, ini h Hose Couplings 



LAWN SPRINKLER. 




inches . 
Per di 



11 hes. 
it 



N iagara. 
Perfect i<m. 



.$9 00 



. Per dozen, $9 00 



£10 



JJizntin gton , Hopkins cf* Co. 



HOSE COUPLINGS. 



Size, inches y 

Per dozen $2 40 




Bi-ass. 

-'4 ' ' '4 l 'A 2 ^ '4 - 1 '-• 3 

2 40 4 4° 10 00 14 00 24 co 30 00 40 00 70 00 

1 ' 4 inches and larger have Lugs for Spanner. 



HOSE MENDERS. 



Size, inches . 
Per dozen . . 




X 



HOSE REDUCERS. 



Size, inches . 
Per dozen . . 



to 34 1 % to 34 1 y to 1 i y 2 to y A 1 j4 to 1 1 y 2 to i y 2 to i ^ 2 to 1 y 



GARDEN VALVES. 




Straight and Bent Nose. 



Size, inches. 
Each 



$° 95 



u 

1 30 



I 

I 70 



2 60 



3 6° 



2 
5 60 



Sclti. FrcLTtcisco and, Sacramento. 



£11 



VALVES. 





Screwed End. Clanged End. 

G-IoTdb. 

STEAM, METAL. 

Size, inches ■ ■ % :- i y 2 i/ A i i # t y 2 2 

Each $o 60 75 95 1 30 1 70 2 60 3 60 5 60 

"Extra," each. 80 95 1 25 1 80 2 50 375 5257 75 

IRON SHELL, BRASS MOUNTED. 

Size, inches 31^ 4 1 y 2 

Each $16 00 20 00 3 5° 

IRON SHELL, BRASS MOUNTED, FLANGED. 

Size, inches 2 ' .. 

Each $9 00 

.Angle. 

STEAM METAL. 

Size, inches y^ % '.. 4 1 

Each $0 60 75 95 '3° '7° 




i Dgle Valve. 



1 1 25 16 00 28 00 40 00 
14 00 19 00 



2 

4 5° 

3 

12 50 



2 60 



7 5° 



'8 50 



3 60 



3 

10 50 



4 
23 00 



2 

5 60 




STEAM METAL. 




So fety 



Size, inches. 1 1 '4 1 '.- * 

Each $2 80 3 80 5 50 7 00 1 1 00 I Each 



IRON SHELL, BRASS MOUNTED 

Size, inches. 1 1 J4 

$2 75 3 75 4 75 



2 
6 50 



SIS 



HuntirLgtori, Hopkins & Co. 



STRAIGHT WAY VALVES. 




Size, inches. 
Each 



% 



)I OO 1 OO I 20 



Steam Metal. 

For Water, Steam and Gas. 

1 75 2 5° 3 5° 




5 00 7 5° '5 00 22 00 






Screwed Ends. With Flanges. Hub Ends. 

Iron Shell, Brass Mounted. 

For Water, Steam and Gas. 

SCREWED ENDS AND WITH FLANGES. 

Size, inches 3 31^ 4 s 6 8 

Each $15 00 1800 20 00 25 00 30 00 47 00 

Size, inches 12 14 16 18 20 22 

Each $86 00 126 00 180 00 232 00 290 00 315 00 

HUB ENDS. 

Size, inches 3 31^ 4 5 7 

Each $15 00 18 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 40 00 

Size, inches . . 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 

Each $66 00 86 00 120 00 170 00 220 00 275 00 300 00 



10 
66 00 

395 °° 

S 
47 00 

24 
375 °o 



Seen Jfrancisco and. Sacramento. 



213 



CHECK VALVES. 





Steam Metal. Horizontal. steain Metal Perpendicular. 

Horizontal, Steam Metal. 
s^e, inches X H % H i i% iy£ 2 2 y 2 

Each $° 5° o 55 o So i io i 40 2 25 310 4 90 10 00 

EXTRA HEAVY. 

% I I# l}4 2 

$17° 2 20 3 25 4 50 6 50 

Perpendicular, Steam Metal. 

Size, inches % # y 2 % , ,# ,,. 2 

$°5° ° 55 ° s ° 1 10 '4° 2 25 310 4 90 10 00 



COCKS. 



Size, inches 
Each 



Each 






Sot yiue< 






Service. 

Size, inches % '.. 1 1 \, 

Each $0 60 o 70 o So 115 '50 : :o 

Steam. 

Size, inches }i 

Each $°75 o 85 115 1 65 



i> ■ 






3 20 5 00 10 00 1(1 00 



1 ' "_• 

2 3° 3 6o 5 00 7 



Size, inches : 4 



Iron. 



:'.• 



Each 






$0 70 o 90 1 $5 1 90 2 30 4 25 6 25 10 00 13 00 



£14 



Sxzntington,, Hopkins $" Co. 



WATER GAUGES. 




Two Rods 



Rough, for )/ 2 inch Pipe, Glass 5 s si? 



. Each, $ 




Three Rods. 

Rough, for y 2 inch Pipe, Glass *4xt2 Each, 




Four Rods. 



Finished, for % inch Pipe, Glass 5-6x12, Wood Wheels.. . 



. Each, $ 



GIT AGE COCKS. 




Mississippi. 



Diameter of Blank Shanks, inches 3/ 

Per dozen $ro 50 



y s 1 1 ■ 

14 00 t8 00 21 00 



Sort JPrartcisco cured Sctc-rccmento. £15 

GAUGE COCKS. 

Ball. 

Wheel Handle. 

Ball. 

Felthousen's Patent. 
With iyi inch Blank Shanks p er dozen, $18 oo 

Wheel Handle. 

Felthousen's Patent. 

Diameter of Blank Shanks, inches 2/ % i« 

Per dozen $1560 1680 1800 







K11II Si«e. 



Fiu. (Bo. Full Sije. 






Compression. 

,"li inch Blank Shanks Fig. 629. 

Per dozen $'3 5° 



Fig. 630. 
15 00 



816 



Sujittngtorh, Hopkins 4" &°- 



AIR COOKS. 






Fig. 573. Fig. 574- Fi& 5 S2 - 
yi and % inch . Per dozen, $4 50 | ]/ A inch Per dozen, $5 00 | ;,& and % inch Per dozen, $7 00 




F'g- 578. %. inch. 



.Per dozen, $S 00 | Fig. 575. Indies 
Per dozen 





F'g- 57 6 - V\ inch - 



. Per dozen, $12 00 | Fig. 577. ^ inch Blank Shank. .. Per dozen, $13 00 
Above cuts are full size. 



San Frcuxcisco ctrhcL Sacranxeixto. 



£17 



AIR COCKS. 





Fig. 583. '3 and ' + inch Per dozen, $5 50 | Fig. 581. # and ]{ inch Per dozen, $8 00 




Fig. 584. :-: in. h . 




Per dozen, $10 00 | Fi| ( inch . 



Per dozen, $7 00 





fig. S90. % inch Per dozen, $7 00 I h Per dozen, $11 00 



COMPRESSION AIR YALYI 





Fig. 568. ', inch Per dozen, $4 ; ch Per dozen, $5 00 

Above cuts are full - 



£18 



Huntington, Hopkins $■ Co. 



CYLINDER COCKS. 





Fig. 600 }4 inch Blank Shank Per dozen, $6 00 | Fig. 601. J4 inch Blank Shank Per dozen, $7 50 





F'g- 603. 1/i inch Blank Shank. .. Per dozen, $12 00 | Fig. 599. ■"« inch Blank Shank ... Per dozen, $13 00 




Fig 611. 

Diameter of Opening, inch. ... ^ $4 */ 2 

Diameter of Blank Shank, inch. y± 7/i J& 

Per dozen $ : 6 oc 21 00 29 00 




Pig. 616. 



Diameter of Opening, inch .... i£ ^ '<,' 

Diameter of Blank Shank, inch. % Tfo fa 
Per dozen $17 00 22 00 31 00 



Above cuts are full size. 



Scin. Francisco ccnol ScLcrcurhcixto . 



£19 



OIL CUPS. 




Plain. 

Nos i 

Diameter of Globe, inches I J4 

Diameter of Shank, " % 

Cuts to Iron Pipe, " yi 

Each $3 oo 



2 

n 

3 75 



3 

-"4 

4 5° 



4 

t'A 

M 

5 25 



5 

3 

i) 

6 oo 




Com] >ressi< >n. 

Nos I 

Diameter of Globe, inches 2 

Diameter of Shank, " : 

Cuts to Iron Pipe, " # 

Each $4 »S 



2 


3 


4 




*X 


3 




''A 




'.- 






4 75 


5 5° 


6 50 



880 



HixritirigtorL, Hopkins $ Co. 



PLAIN OIL CUPS. 




Nos I 2 

Diameter, inches. . .. ^i % 

Diam. Shank, inches, %fa $£ 

Cuts to Iron Pipe, in., }& yi, 

Each $o 24 o 28 



3 


4 


• 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


H 


1 


tyb 


*# 


1/2 


i* 


2 


»X 


H 


# 


% 


X 


H 


# 


* 


* 


# 


% 


% 


X 


M 


X 


J< 


J< 


33 


38 


44 


56 


75 


° 95 


1 20 


t 6c 



STEAM WHISTLES. 



* 



<et? 




Diameter of Bell, inches. ... 1^ 

For Iron Pipe, inches >4 

Each $4 00 



4 25 



M 

5 5° 



3 

1 
00 



3^ 

1 

9 00 



1 4 
1 2 01) 



in 00 2 



6 

2 

5 °° 



OIL PUMPS. 




Nos 1 2 

Each $10 00 12 00 



Seen Francisco cend Scecr cement o. 



&B1 



PATENT OIL CUPS. 








Fig. 313. Lonergan's. 

A very good Crank Pin Cup for Engines. 

No. 20. Diameter 1 l / 2 inches, height 2 "g inches, capacity "jounce Per dozen, $16 00 

No. 21. " 2 " " 3 's " " " " 2000 

No. 22. " 2)i " " i<i " " 1 " 4 ' " " 2400 

No. 23. " 3 " " 4^ " " 3"2 " " 3200 

No. 24. " 3*4 " "5 " " 8 " " 40 00 

Fiii;. 3-A.. Lonergan's. 

For Small Engines, Agricultural Machinery, Shafting, Etc. 

No. 41. Diameter 1 '.- inches, height 2' 4 ' inches, capacity 1 ounce I'er dozen, $12 00 

No. 42. " 2's " " 4 '4 " " 3 " " '800 

No. 43- " *X " " SX " " 5 " " --too 

No. 44- " 3 " "6 " '• 8 •' " 30 00 



rf^riZ siZ 



Hixrctuxciion,, Hoph-irts $■ Co. 



PATENT OIL CUPS. 





Fig. 1. 



Fig. 6. 



Fig. 1. Lonergan's. 



Suitable for Rotary Motion, and particularly adapted to Locomotive Connecting Rods. 



No. 30. Diameter 1 inche, height 2 yi inches, capacity % ounce Per dozen, $24 00 

36 00 

48 00 

48 00 

60 00 

84 00 



No. 31. 


" 1% 


" 2% " 


H " 


No. 32. 


" 1 yk 


" 1% " 


i}i •' 


No a- 


" xft 


" 3^ " 


iyi " 


No 34. 


" *X 


" 4>S 


2% " 


No. 35 


" 4 l A 


1 


" 10 " 



Fig. 5. Nathan & Dreyfus'. 



For the same purpose as Lonergan's Fig, I. 



No. 36. Diameter 2 inches, height 3^4 inches, capacity 1 ounces Per dozen, $48 00 

No. 42. " 2 " "4 " " 1 % " " 4800 



San Francisco and Sacramento. 



PATENT OIL CUPS. 



££3 




Fig. 4A. 




Fig. -4- A.. Lonergari's. 



Adapted to Stationary or Marine Engines. 

No. 7, small. Diameter 2\i inches, height 3^ inches, capacity ^ ounce Per dozen, $22 00 

No. 7. " '% " " 4K " " «« " " 24 °° 

No. 8. " 3 " " S " " 3 " 



32 00 



Fig. 2. LonerganV. 



For Locomotive Guides. 
No. V 2 . Diameter 1 ' s inches, height 2 \ .: inches, capacity % ounce Per dozen, $24 00 

No..." " 1% " " »M : •• " " , 36 °° 

No. 2. " 1$ " •' 3'-- " " 1 " 4 '°° 

No. 3. " 2 ■' " 4 " " ''4 " 48o ° 




No. 4:3. Nathan & Dreyfus'. 

For Locomotive Guides. 



Diameter 2 inches, height 4 inches, capacity 1 % ounces. 



.Per dozen, $54 00 



££4 



HvLntLngtort. Hopkins $ Co. 



STEAM CHEST LUBRICATORS. 




Pig, 9. 



I ... 5A. 



I I L. . 10. 



Eig. 9. Lonergan's. 



Plain, Direct Acting, may be used for Oil, Tallow or Suet 
Diameter i inch, height 4 ' .. inches, capacity jounces Each, 



Diameter 1 > _. 
Diameter 2 






M 7° 

1 90 

2 20 
2 85 



Fig:. 8.A.. Lonersran's 



Combination. Will Feed by Condensation or at Will 
Diameter 1 % inches, height inches capacity 1 '_• ounces Each, $3 



Diameter 2 " 

Diameter 2j^ " 
Diameter 3 " 



6a 

4 5° 

5 5° 

6 50 



Fig. 1(). Xalhan A: Dreyfus'. 



Feeds by Condensation. 

Diameter 1 y 2 inches, height inches, capacity \& pint Each, $6 00 

Diameter 2 " " " " 1-5 " " 8 00 

Diameter 2} i " " " " _'. 3 " " 10 00 

Diameter 3 " " " " y 2 " " 1200 



San F-rcuxcisco cured, Scicrcumercto. 



STEAM GAUGES. 




g£5 



Bourdon Spring. 

Iron Case, 5 inch Dial, 0. G. Spun Brass Ring Each %h 00 

Ir ° n " 5 l A " " Cast ■' "800 

J5 0n " 6 , " " " '■ .2 00 

^ss s'A " " " " " 12 00 

Brass 6 " " '• '• « 16 00 

Lane's Improved Spring. 

Composition Case, 6^ inch Dial, O. G. Cast Brass Ring Each, $22 00 

These are particularly adapted to Locomotives. 



WATEB GAUGE GLASSES. 




Length, inches 10 11 12 ,• , , , s , 1, l? ,8 

Diameter y 2 inch, per do/en $4 80 4 So 5 40 5 40 6 00 6 60 7 20 7 80 8 40 

Diameter \ s " " 4 80 4 No t o 6 00 6 60 7 20 7 80 8 40 

Diameter < 4 " " 6 60 o 60 6 Oo 1. 1.0 7 20 7 20 7 80 8 40 9 00 

(insUel ••<. 

Flat Per dozen, $ | Round Per dozen, $ 

GLASSES FOE PATENT OIL CUPS. 

Nos 1 _. 1 2 3 7 small 7 s 20 21 

ret dozen $1 25 1 50 250 ; 50 3 50 5 00 2 00 3 00 

Nos - la ■] 24 30 31 32 33 34 3s 

Per dozen $3 50 5 00 8 00 125 1 50 2 50 2 75 3 5° 8 00 

N °s 36 41 42 42 N. id. 43 43N.MX 44 

Per dozen $6 00 250 3 00 4 00 275 5 00 

Cork Washers fot above kept in stock. 
16 



886 



HixrttirtgtorL, Hoph.in.s & Co. 



TUBE BRUSHES. 



I, II, III, Ilk AA4I 




Flat Steel Wire. 



Size, inches, i^ i l /t 

Each $i 10 i 20 



1% 2 

1 20 1 25 



2% *v* 2% 
1 40 1 50 1 60 



3 334: 3 l A 

1 75 2 00 2 25 



TUBE SCRAPERS. 




Elliptic Sprillg- 



Size, inches I'X l'/ 2 1% 2 2"j( 2'/ 2 2% 3 3]i 3 l A 4 

Each $2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 225 2 50 275 3 00 3 -5 3 5° 4 00 




Steel Coil Wire. 

Size, inches 1% i l / 2 1% 2 2% 2]/ 2 2^ 3 3 l A 3 l A 4 

Each $1 00 1 00 1 00 1 10 1 20 1 30 1 40 1 50 1 65 1 75 2 00 



Scltl Francisco cvrccL ScLcrcLrrtento. 



££7 



TUBE EXPANDERS. 




Prosser's Spring. 

Size, inches I 1 1^ 

Each $8 oo 8 oo 

Size, inches 2% 2 1 /? 

Each $13 00 15 00 



l}i 


1% 


2 


9 00 


I I OO 


12 00 


3 


3% 


4 


2 2 OO 


30 00 


33 °° 




Dudgeon's Holler. 

Size, inches 1 i' ; \y 2 1 ^ 2 

Each $20 00 20 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 

Size, inches 2% 3 3 \ 

Each $42 00 48 00 55 00 60 00 70 00 

Note. — When ordering Expanders, give outside diameter and state thicknrss of Tube Plate. 



-"4 
35 00 

4 

85 00 



WROUGHT IRON BOILER TUBES. 



Best Lap-Welded. 



Outside diameter, inches, 1 

Wire Gauge No 15 

Weight per foot, lbs . . 

Per foot $ 

Outside diameter, inches, 3 \ 

Wire Gauge No n 

Weight per foot, lbs ... . 4 
Per foot $ 



4'; 



1 '.- 



.1-4 
I I 



' . « 

'3 '3 

1 a 



sX 



10 

6 



'3 
2 110 

5 
9 



12 

6 

8 



1 : 
3 

I 
8 



3 
1 2 

8 
8 
'5 



SJB8 



JEfrzntington, Hopkins & Co. 



SNATCH BLOCKS. 







I loep i losecl. Clasp Open, Clasp Closed. Clasp Open 

Iron Strapped. Hollon Malleable Iron. 

Inside and Outside Iron Strapped. 



WITH COMMON IRON SHEAVES 



Length nf Block, 
Inches. 



Thickness of Sheave, 
Inches. 



10 . 

12 . 
14. 
l6. 



. 2 . 

•3 ■ 



Kai.li. 


$5 


75 


8 


00 


9 


5° 


11 


5° 


13 


75 



WITH PATENT IRON SHEAVES. 



Length ol Block, 
Inches. 



Thickness <>' Sheave, 
Inches, 



IO. 
12 . 
14. 
16. 



. 2 . 



- 4 

;'.•■ 



Hollow^ JVIalleable Iron. 



HOOKS AND THIMBLES. 



Each 

$7 25 
. 10 00 
. 12 00 

• M 5° 
•17 2 5 



WITH COMMON IRON SHEAVES 

Size, inches 8\i y 2 10x2 

Each $6 35 9 00 





Book and Thin, 1,1,., Open Thimble 

Hooks and Thimbles. 

Wrought Iron. 

Diameter, inches % H l A I Diameter, inches . . y& 54. p6 1 

Per dozen $ | Per pound $ 

Open Thimbles. 

Wrought Iron. 

Size, inches l/i 1 1% I Size, inches. iifj iy 2 1% 2 2% 2J 

Per dozen $ | Per pound ... $ 



Seen Francisco ctnoZ Sa.cr>a.merito. 



£29 



BLOCKS. 







Rope Strapped. 



Iron Strapped. 



Rope Strapped. 



WITH COMMON IRON SHEAVES. 



WITH PATENT IRON SHEAVES 



Length of Thickness of 

Blcok. Sheave, 

Inches. Inches. 



9- 
9 

10. 

10. 

IO. 

IO 

IO. 

12 

12 . 

12 . 

14 

M 






a. 

'4 

V 
V 

-'h. 

'-'■ 

'. 

. 2 
. 2 



.single. 

Each. 

$o 75- 

90. 

. 1 05. 

1 i5- 
• > 15- 

. 1 «S- 

. 1 38. 

. 1 60. 

. 1 76. 

. . 76. 

. 2 00 . 

. 2 00 . 

2 20 . 
. 2 40. 
. 2 64. 

64. 

88. 

So 

85- 

to 

95 



Double. 

Each. 



25 
65 
90 



IO 
25 

*8 

?5 
3 o.? 
3 03 
3 2 5 
3 25 
3 58 
3 75 



13 
'3 

50 



5 4°- 



6 00 

6 60 

7 2 ° 

8 53 

9 3° 



Length ol 
Block 
[ncha 



4 
5 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 

IO 

1 a 
10 
1 
1 2 
1 2 
1 2 
it 
' 1 





nches. 

■ v 

1 






•'4 
1 

•', 
2 





Etch, 



(I 
1 
I 
1 

I 82. 
I 90. 



'5- 

3°- 

6 S 

82. 



5° 

li 

75 

11 

75 

°3 

2 5 

58 

9° 

75 

2 3 

70 

60 

20 . . 1 2 60 



Doiibl*, 

1 ■ 


$-' 


10 


2 





3 


00 


'• 


30 


3 


30 




5° 


I 


»S 


4 


00 


4 


♦° 


4 


-to 


4 


75 


4 


75 


5 


-3 


6 


00 




60 


6 


6a 


7 


20 






9 


10 


9 


90 


1 1 





I USUlt' I l'< >11 Si l-.-IJ )| MM I. 



10 

I 2 

I 2 . 
1 2 

>4- 
'4 



. 2 



$-' 75- 

• 3 5°- 
■ 3 8 S ■ 
. 4 20 

• 4 95- 

• 5 4° • 



4 75 


10 


6 50 


1 2 


7 '5 


1 2 


7 80 


12 


8 80 


'4 


9 60 


>4 



. 2 



$3 9° 

• 5 °° 
■ 5 5° 
. 6 00 

. 6 76. 

• 7 38. 



.$6 65 

. 8 50 

- 9 35 

. 10 20 

. 12 95 



£30 



Huntington, Hopkin's $• Co. 



SHEAVES. 





Iron. 



Size of Sheave, 


Size of Pin Hok 


, Inches. Common 




Inches. Common. P.«tent. Each. 




i^x ft.. 


■ ■A- 


...A... 






i'/ 2 x a.. 


..%. 




A 








i3^x y 2 .. 


..%. 




A 








2 x y 2 .. 


■ ■ft. 




H 








2%X ft.. 


..ft. 




H 








3 «N- 


..#. 




ft 








3 x -X.. 


..#. 




ft 








3 x ft.. 


..#. 




ft 








3^xi .. 






ft 








3^xi^.. 


..#. 




ft 








1%™%-- 


■ ■'A. 




A 








4 x #.. 


..'A- 




A 








4x1 


..'A. 




A 








4 xi^.. 


.■A. 




A 








4 xi^.. 


..A. 




A 








4#xi#.. 


..A- 




A 








4#xi#.. 


..%>. 




A 








5 x #.. 


■ ■A- 




A 








5 x #.. 


..A- 




A 








5 XI .. 


..%. 




A 








5 xi#.. 


■ ■A- 




A 








5 xi>fi.. 






y* 








5 X.X-- 


..A- 




A 








5 xi#.. 






y* 








5 xi#.. 


■ ■ft. 




y* 








5 «#•■ 


■ X- 




y 








6 x 54. . 


..ft. 




ft 








6 x ft.. 


■ ■ft. 




& 








6xi 


..ft- 




ft 








6x1 






A 








6 xi}6.. 


■ ■ft. 




y* 








6 xi^., 






A 








6 x.^.. 


..ft. 




& 








6 x.#.. 






A 








6 xiji.. 






^ 








6 xi^.. 






A 








6 xij^.. 






ya 








6 xij4.. 






A 








6 xi^.. 


..ft- 




ye 









Patent, 
Each. 



Size of Sheav 


;, Size of Pill Hole, liu-h 


9. Common. 




Inches. 


Common. Patent. 


Each. 


6x1^: 


A-- 




6x2 


... ya 


... ya. 






6x2 




... %.. 






7x1^ 


... y 


.. y.. 






wA 


... y 


... y.. 






yxift 


... y 


... y.. 






7xi>^ 


■■■A 


... y.. 






7 >.,- 4 


... y 


... y.. 






7x2 


■ ■■A 


... y.. 






8xi>4 


... y 


....%.. 






8x1 ft 




... ft.. 






8x1 A 


... y 


... y.. 






*™A 




... ft.. 






8xif6 


... y 


... y.. 






Sxift 




... ft.. 






8x1^ 


... y 


... y.. 






8xt^ 




... ft.. 






8x1^ 


... y 


... y.. 






8x1^ 




... ft.. 






8x2 


... y 


.. y.. 






8x2 




... ft.. 






9x114 










9x1 y 










9x1 A 










9x2 










9x2 




...1%.. 






ioxi^ 










ioxiU 










1 OX ] : ' + 










IOX2 










IOX2 




...iA-- 






IIXI^ 










11x1%: 










I 1X2 










I 1X2 




...i%.. 






12X1 A 










12x2 










12x2 




...iA-- 







Patent. 

Each . 



Scire Fraixcisco and, Sacramento. 



£31 



DIFFERENTIAL PULLEY BLOCKS. 






vr y 

W*ttOfl > F.*«1e«'. 

Capacity ' 4 % i i ' . * 

Will Hoist, feet 6 7 8 9 

Price complete, each $ 

Extra Chain, per foot 

Allow ahout four feet of Chain for each foot of Hoist. 

Ead.es'. 

Capacity ' i 1 ' ' .- 

Will Hoist, feet 7 s 9 

Price complete, each $ 

Extra Lift, per foot 

The " Extra Lift. i>er foot." includes one foot of Lift Chain and two feet of Endless Hand Chain. 



3 



23£ 



Huntington, Hopkins $> Co. 



BARROWS. 




Common Canal. 

Wood Wheel, i '/ 2 inch Tire Per dozen, $ 

Iron, Wheel all cast, i ]A inch Tire " 

Iron Wheel, wrought Spokes, cast Hub, i % inch Tire " 




Ch.ampion. 



Bent Leg, Iron Wheel, i !4 inch Tire Per dozen, $ 




T u I mlar. 

Gas Pipe Frames, Wrought Iron Trays, Wheels, Legs and Braces 

Nos i i Banded 1 1 / 2 2 

Size of Trays, inches 31x26 31x26 32^x27 37x31^ 

Each $13 00 '5 5° '7 5° 20 00 



San Francisco and Sacramento. 



233 



BARROWS. 



Nos.. 
Each. 




^Vll Steel. 




-tllTCNffnr, » SQHSl.t s TlOi 

Q-arden. 

Iron Wheel, Wrought Spoke, Cast Hub 

Nos i 

Each $ 

STORE TRUCKS. 




* 3 4 

8 50 12 50 1 7 00 

8 00 12 00 16 co 



£34 



Hxzntirtgtori, Hopkins & Co 



ROAD SCRAPERS. 




California Pattern . . 



. Each, $ 



WAGON JACKS. 



Each . 



Nos. . 
Each. 





Excelsior. 
Clark's. 

Ironed. 



San Francisco ctrtcL Sa.cra.Tn.erL.to. 



£35 



TAMPING BARS. 



From Y to i % inches Each, $2 00 



DRILL SPOONS. 



Assorted Per dozen, $6 00 



MINERS' GOLD PANS. 




Pressed Unpolished. Polished. 

Per dozen $ 



Russia Iron. 



Russia Iron, Pieced. 



MINERS 1 CANDLESTICKS. 

All Steel Per dozen, $ 




MINERS' HAT LAMPS. 

Tin, Double Tube Per dozen, $ 



MORTARS AND PESTLES. 




ity, quarts ' : 

Each $0 So 



Heavy Vase Shape, Turned Inside. 

1:46 
I 20 2 00 3 00 4 5° 



S 
5 5° 



12 

9 00 



16 
1 1 00 




QUICKSILVER RETORTS. 



Ground Inside, With Pipe. 



Capacity, pin 
Capacity, ounces . . 
Size of Pipe, inches . 
Each 



1 
16 



3* 



3 
48 



4 
64 



£36 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



CRUCIBLES. 



14. . 
16.. 
18.. 
20. . 

2 5 ■ 
3°- 
35 •■ 
40 . 

45-- 

5°-- 

60.. 

70.. 

80 . 
100 . 
125.. 
150.. 

Nos.. 
Each . 




Black Lead. 



Height. 



3^4 inches 2]4 inches. 



3U 

■ 4H 

■ 5 

• 5^8 

■ 6* 

■ 7 

■ 1% 

■ & l A 
9 

• 9 l A 

■ 9tt 
10 

.io# 

.nX 

.11^ 

12^8 

.12^ 

13^ 

14 

.14^ 
.14^ 

■ »s# 
16 

16% 



3% 
3% 

■ *A 
4- ; s 

• 5 l A 

■ sY» 

■ 6# 

■ 63'8 

■ yyi 

■ iU 

. 8 

• *% 

■ m 
9 

9% 

■ 9A 

9% 
■»of$ 

1 1 
11% 

• »i# 

i2}i 

'3 



Nos 

Per number . 



Capacity in 
Liquid Measure. 



■ >a 

■ >u 

■ *'A 

■ 3 

• 4'A 

■ sti 

■ (>A 

. 8 

■ 9'A 
. 10 

■12'A 

.14 

.16^ 

.18 

.20^ 

.24 

■ 26A 
.29 

■ 31 

■3SA 
38 
•5° 



5 to 16 



Capacity in 
Metallic Measure. 



yi pint 3 lbs. 

A 



6 

9 
12 

'S 

. ... 18 

24 

3° 

36 

42 

48 

54 

60 

75 

9° 

.....105 

120 

«35 

>5° 

180 

210 

240 

3°° 

375 

45° 

18 and larger. 



Crucible Covers, Black Lead Per number, $ 



MELTING LADLES. 




Diameter of Bowl, inches 3 

Per dozen $ 



MAGNETS. 



Length, inches. 
Per dozen 



*A 



Scltx Francisco curtcL Scccrcuitcixto . 



£87 



GONG BELLS. 





No. 30. Abbe's Patent 



Polished Bell Metal. 



Diameter, inches. 
Per dozen 



3 4 5 

oo io oo 14 00 



No. ^2. California Pattern. 



Diameter, inches 4 5 6 8 

Each $315 365 430 675 



6 
20 00 



10 
9 00 



S 
40 00 



15 00 





No. I9S. II. ill Si.. 



JJ001* JrJells. 



Alarm Whist lcs. 



No. 125. Bronzed Steel Bell Per dozen, $5 00 I Plain Whistles. Plated .... Per dozen, $ 

J J Indicator Whistles, Plated. 



SLIDE BELL PULLS. 




V i- lull Sill.. 



Cast Hi -ass. 



No. 4S. Polished and Lacquered 

No. 50. " " Large 



. Per dozen, $ 



£38 



Unrttingtort, Hopkins & Co. 



JACK SCREWS. 



Length of Screw, inches 



Diameter Screw 

Diameter 

Diameter 

Diameter 

Diameter 

Diameter 

Diameter 

Diameter 

Diameter 



inch 



1 A 



6 

\2 25 

3 25 

4 00 

4 25 

5 25 

6 50 




'4 
$3 °o 

4 25 

5 °° 

5 25 

6 50 
3 50 

13 00 

14 00 



$5 25 

5 5° $ 6 °° 

7 00 8 75 

9 50 10 00 

14 00 15 00 

16 00 18 00 

24 00 26 00 



Bell Bottom complete, with Lever and Wrought Screw. 



$10 00 
10 50 
16 00 
20 00 
28 00 



HYDRAULIC JACKS. 




WIDE BASE. 

To lift 7 tons, 12 inches Each, $80 00 

To lift 10 " r2 " " 95 00 

To lift 15 " 12 " 




WITH CLAW ON SIDE. 

To lift 7 tons, 1 2 inches Each, $85 00 

To lift 10 " 12 " " 100 00 



125 00 To lift 15 



150 00 



San Francisco and Sacra.men.to. 



£39 



MOULDERS' TOOLS. 




Square Trowels. 



Size, inches 1x4, 1^x5 

Per dozen $ 



1^x5^, 1^x6 




||l 'iPf 1l» 




Heart Trowels. 



Heart and Square. 



Heart Trowels, 



Size, inches 2x3, 2^x3^ 

Per dozen $ 



Heart and Square. 



Size, inches 1 %, 1 }4 1 '4 

Per dozen $ 




Li 1 1 « i 1 'S. 

, inches 'sxio. ' 4 xi 2. MX13, 5^x14 

Per dozen $ 



\i5, J 4 xi6, : bxi7, 1x18 




J 



Flange and Bead Slickers. 



Size, inches. 
Per dozen . . 



'.M-l, K xi6 

5 



SdO 



HuTLttngtort, JSopPcins $ Co. 



MOULDERS' TOOLS. 




Riddles. 

Nos. 2, 3, 4. 6, 8, io, 12, 16 and 18. 

Iron Wire, 18 inches diameter Per dozen, 

Iron Wire, 20 " " 

Brass Wire, 18 " " 




Bellows. 



Length, inches. 
Per dozen 



•4 



16 



STEEL WIRE CASTING BRUSHES. 




No. -I-. 

No. of Rows of Wire 4 4 5 6 

Length of Wire, inches 2 2)4 2^ 3 

Fer dozen $5 5° 6 00 7 00 9 00 




No. 5. 

No. of Rows of Wire 2 

Length of Wire, inches 2 J^ 

Per dozen $4 co 



3 


4 


5 


»J< 


**A 


■Ji 


5 °° 


6 00 


7 00 



No. 6. 



Length of Wire, inches. 
Per dozen 



4^ 

$7 00 



6 

9 00 



Scltx Francisco cvrtdL Sctcra-meTito. 



£41 



Length, inches . . . 
Rose's, per dozen . 



TROWELS. 




Length, inches. . . 9 ^x/ 2 

Disston's, perdoz.$ 
Brade's, " 



Brick. 

LONDON PATTERN 
10% 



I 11}^ 12 I 2 J^ 13 




SQUARE HEEL 




Length, inches. 
Per dozen 



Pointing. 



s sX 



'3 




Length, inches 

Disston's, No. 1 . Per dozen. 
Disston's, No. 2. " 

16 



Plastering. 

10 IOj^ 



11 yi 



848 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



SHOVELS. 




Long- Handle, Back Strap, Round Point. 

No. 2, Polished. 

I. Miller, Iron Per dozen, $ 

Chas H. Reed, Steel 

0. Ames, " 

G. Gray, " Spring Point 

Chas. H. Reed, Steel Spading, 

O. Ames, " " 




Long- Handle, Plain Back, Round Point. 

No. 2, Polished. 
Carter, Steel Per dozen, $ 




Long Handle, Back Strap, Square Point. 

No. 2, Polished. 

Chas. H. Reed, Steel Per dozen, $ 

0. Ames, " 




Long Handle, Plain Back, Square Point. 

No. 2, Polished. 
Carter, Steel Per dozen, $ 






San Francisco ccrtd Sctcra,men,to. 

SHOVELS. 

D Handle, Back Strap, Round Point. 

Chas. H. Reed, Steel, Polished, No. 2 p er (j ozen <t 

O. Ames, " " " 

P> Handle, Back Strap, Square Point. 

Chas. H. Reed, Steel, Polished, No. 2 Per dozen $ 

O. Ames, " " " 

T) Handle, Plain Back, Square Point. 

Carter. Steel, Polished, No. 2 Per dozen, $ 

Moulders'. I) Handle, Square Point. 

Carter, Plain Back, Steel, Polished, No. 2 Per dozen, $ 

SPADES. 

D Handle. Back strip. 

Long Handle. 

Chas. H. Reed, Back Strap, Steel, Polished, No. 2 Per dozen, $ 

(i Ames, " " " " " " 

Carter, Plain " " *' " 

0. Ames, " " " Black, " 

T) Handle. 

Chas. H. Reed, Back Strap, Steel, Polished, No. 2 Per dozen, $ 

O. Ames. " " " " " 



£43 








£44 


Hunttngtort, Hopkirts $• Co. 








SCOOPS. 








D Handle. Back Strap. 








D Handle, Back Strap. 








SANDERSON'S, IRON, HALF POLISHED. 






Nos 


3 4 5 6 


7 


8 




$ 

NAYLOR'S, STEEL, HALF POLISHED. 






Nos 


3 4 5 6 7 8 


9 


10 


Per dozen. $ 


O. AMES', STEEL, BLACK. 






Nos 


2 3 4 


5 


6 


Per dozen .... 


$ ' 

D Handle, Plain JBack. 

HUNTINGTON, STEEL, BLACK. 












5 




$ 






Long Handle, Back Strap. 








NAYLOR'S, STEEL, HALF POLISHED. 






Nos 






4 






.$ 




HANDLES. 






Shovel, 4^2 feet 








Spade, 4}4 




(i 




Scoop D 




c( 











San. Francisco and, Sacramento. 



245 



PICKS. 




Surface. 

Nos i 2 3 4 

Weight each, lbs 4 4^ 5 51^ 

Per dozen $14 00 1 5 00 1 6 00 1 7 50 

Two dozen in a case. 

Drift. 

Nos 15 1 6 17 

Weight each, lbs 3 "4 4 \Yt 

Per dozen $ 1 4 00 1 4 00 1 5 00 

Two dozen in a case. 

Foil. 

Nos 21 22 

Weight each, lbs 4 4 ' .. 

Per dozen $ 1 6 00 1 7 00 

Two dozen in a case. 

PICK EYES. 




5 

6 
18 00 



6 

(>yi 
19 00 



18 


■9 


20 


5 


s'A 


6 


16 00 


17 00 


18 00 



*3 


*4 


2 5 


5 


S% 


6 


8 00 


19 00 


20 00 




Surface. 

Per dozen $ 

Two dozen in a case. 




Drift. 

Two dozen in a case. 



Per dozen $ 



£46 



Hunting 'tort, Hoph-ins & Co. 



LANTERNS. 





No. 1. Btar. 



JRailroad. 



No. i. Star, Tin, with 1 2 lb. Flint Star Glass, Bayonet Catch Per dozen, 

No. 3. " " 9 lb. Lime " Side Spring Catch " 





Queen. 



Conductors'. 



Queen, Wire Bottom, Nickle Plated, Loose Globe Each, 

Gem, Solid " " " " 

With White, Half Green or Half Ruby Globes. Names engraved to order. 



Scut Francisco and. ScLcrccmento. 



£47 



LANTERNS. 




N.i. ". No. 0. Willi lut «:r. Mmohraont 

Tubular. 

No o Per dozen, ! 

No. o. With Lift Wire Attachment " 






Buckeye. 

No. 3. With Double Globes Per dozen, $ 

No. 4 - " " " 

Lender. 

With Double (.".lobe and Bull's Eve Per dozen, $ 



848 



Sizntingtort, JTqpJzins & Co. 



LANTERNS. 




Police. 

Size Small. 

Height, inches f>y 2 

Diameter 3 

Per dozen , $ 



Square, Farm. 



Will Burn Oil or Candle. 



Numbers. . 
Per dozen . 



Medium. 
3% 



Large. 

&y* 

3X 



LANTERN GLOBES. 



Tubular, No. o Per dozen, 

No. 1. Star 

No. 3. Star " 

No. 1. Buckeye, inside, for Lantern No. 3 " 

No. 2. „ " outside, " " 3 " 

No. 3. " inside, " " 4 " 

No. 4. " outside, " " 4 •' 

Conductors', Gem or Queen, White " 

Conductors', " " Half Green " 

Conductors', " " Half Ruby " 

Leader, inside " 

Leader, outside " 



HEADLIGHT CHIMNEYS. 



Flint Glass Per dozen, $ 



San Francisco artoZ Sacramento. 



LAMPS. 



&49 





IWWll 

Tubular Dash Board. 

Complete with Reflector p er dozen, $ 






No. .• 
No. 3 
No. 4 

No. i 
No. i 
No. 3 . 

No. i 

No. 2 

No. 3 



Streeter. Ohio London. 

C Jairiage. 

STREETER. 
Glass 234x3^x3^ inches. Per pair, $ 

" 3K*3XM% " " 

" 3*4*4^X4^ " '• 

OHIO 
Glass 3 '. 8x3 1 / 2 inches Per pair, $ 

" 3#x 3 a " •• 

" 3j**4 " 

LONDON. 
Glass ;' \; 1 .. inches Per pair, $ 

" SX*3?4 " 

" 3HM " " 



£50 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



Each . 



Each . 



LAMPS. 





lb 




No. 8057. No. 8075. 

Dash. Board. 

Burns Kerosene Oil. 
No. 8057. 1 \y 2 inches high ; 4^ inch Front Light; $*4 inch Metal Reflector. 

$ 

No. 8075. \i l / 2 inches high: 4}4 inch Front Light; Conical Reflector; highly finished. 




Side. 

Size of Glass, inches 

Height over all " 

Size of Reflector, " 

Each $ 

These Lamps have a Patent Chimney Top that can be raised or lowered. 



5*9 


6x10 


8x12 


10x14 


1 2x16 


14 


16 


20 


22 


24 


4 


s 


7 


9 


1 1 



San Frctrtctsco ccrul ScLcramento. 



£51 



LAMPS. 





Tapering. 



Square. 



Central Reflector. 

With Corrugated Reflectors. 



Tapering, with No. 2 Flat or Argand Burner, 13X1S inches. 

Tapering, " 3 " " 15x20 " 

Square, " .2 " " 12x20 

Square, " 3 " " 12x20 " 



. Each, $ 



L 




Head.ligh.ts. 

EASTERN 

Reflector 23 inches, for Broad Gauge Roads Each, $ 

Reflector 16 " " Narrow " " 

CALIFORNIA. 

Reflector 20 ' i inches, height 36 inches, depth 1 6 inches Each, $ 

Reflectory " " JO " " 14 " " 

Reflector 14'.. " " 25 " " 11 " 



£5£ 



HantirtgtorL, Hopkins $ Co. 



Nos. 1 



WIRE. 




a 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 IK 19 



i n Ti fi 



L ULLI 

OOOOOOOQOOOOOOo 



Bright and _A.imealed AVire. 

Nos o to g io and 1 1 12 13 and 14 15 and 16 

Per pound $0 10 11 :ij4 '2/4 14 

In bundles of 63 pounds. 



'7 
■5 



Gralvanized Iron. 



Nos o to 9 

Per pound $0 10 



15 and 16 



21 
21 



22 
22 



17 

'5 



2 3 

23 



18 
16 



18 
16 



10 and 11 12 13 and 14 

II l\ l / 2 I2*/£ 

In bundles of about 100 pounds. 

Annealed Iron. 

Nos 18 19 20 

Per pound $0 16 19 20 

In bundles of 12 pounds. 

Tinned Broom. 

Nos. 18 to 20 Per pound, $0 20 

In bundles of 12 pounds. 

Crncible Steel. 



24 
24 



Nos o to 6 7109 10 and 1 1 

Per pound. ... $0 20 21 22 



1 3 and 14 15 and 16 17 18 19 



2 3 



24 



25 



26 28 30 35 



Copper. 

Nos 00 to 20 

Per pound $0 43 

Soft Brass. 

Nos 00 to 20 

Per pound $ o 33 



Spring* Brass. 



Nos 00 to 20 

Per pound $0 35 

Copper and Krass Wire in 5 and 10 pounds. 



21 

46 


22 

47 


23 

48 


24 
5° 


21 

36 


22 

37 


23 
38 


24 
40 


21 

38 


22 

39 


23 

40 


24 
42 



Spooled Hair. 



Iron, % pound Spools, Nos. 24 to 40 Per dozen, 

Copper, )/ A pound Spools, Nos. 24 to 40 " 

Plated, % " " 24 " 40 " 



Seen Francisco ctnoZ Sacrcuixertto. P53 

. ROPE. 

Sisal. 

% inch diameter (6 thread) Per lb. , $ 

5-i6" " (9 " ) " 

H " " ('2 " ) " 

7- 1 6 " " (i % inches circumference) and larger " 

Bale. 2, 3 and 4 Strand 

Manila. 

}( inch diameter (6 thread) Per lb., $ 

5-16" " (9 " ) • " 

M " " ( I2 " ) " 

7-16 " " (1% inches circumference) and larger " 

Bale, 2, 3 and 4 Strand " 



Tarred Hemp. 



^i inch diameter (2 inches circumference) :ind larger Per lb., $ 

Smaller sizes " 

Cotton. 

Diameter, 3-16, X. S" l6 > H> V*> H> X Per 'b-, $ 

Tarred Coi *da ire. 

Marline (2 strand) Per lb., $ 

Housline (3 " ) " 

Hambroline (3 " ) " 

Spunyarn (3 and 4 yarn) " 

Lathyarn " 

When ordering Rope, please state whether circumference or diameter is wanted. 



FELT. 
Roofing. 

Rolls, 30 inches wide by 75 feet long Per roll, $ 

Boile 1 •. 

Thickness, inches # X ' ' % 

Per Square Foot $ 

In Rolls, 6 feet wide by 50 feet long. 



CANDLE WICKING. 

Cotton Per lb - $ 



£54 


JS'ajxtingtort, Hopkins $? Co. 








ROPE. 








wiRE-aiapc 






Wire. 






PER POUND. 




Circumfer- 
ence, 
Inches. 


Galvanized Refined Charcoal Refined Crucible 
Iron Wire Rope. Iron Wire Rope. Steel Wire Rope. 
Diameter. Flexible 
Inches. Coarse. Charcoal. Coarse. Flexible. Coarse. Flexible. 








Ii/ 




40 

... 36 

32 

28 


i li 




13/ 








2\£ 




18 22 

18 22 


26 
26 


2Vk . 




z*A. 






2 3/. ... 






3 

1% 

3^ 

VA 




23 
23 














4^ 

5 

5#.. .. 

6 


















Coarse 


Ropes are made 6 Strands of 7 Wires. Flexible Ropes, 6 Strands of 19 Wires. 




Bessemer & Siemen's-Martin Steel Wire Rope, same price as Refined Charcoal Iron. 






WIRE CORDS. 




For Wind 


ow Sashes, Dumb Waiters, Signal Cords, Hanging Pictures and Cbandeliers, Transmission of Power, Etc. 




AH made with 6 Strands of 7 Wires. Sizes from % inch to % inch circumference. 






Plain Iron. Galvani/.H Iron. 


Copper. 


Per yard, 




17 


Seven-ply Galvanized Iron Wire Strand for Guys, Fencing, Signals, Etc. 


Trade Number oo o i 2 3 4 5 6 


7 


Diameter 


inches % 7-16 ^ 5-16 % % sml 1-5 % 


1-7 


Per 100 f 


.., Galvanized.. $6 50 5 00 3 25 2 50 1 75 1 25 1 00 90 


75 




TELEGRAPH STRETCHERS. 






BUCKLEY'S. 




Single an< 











Sclti Francisco arid- Sacramento. £55 

PACKING. 

Rubber. 

Sheet, thickness, inch. 1-32 1-16 3-32 i/jj 5-32 316 % 

Per pound $ 

Three feet wide, any length. 

Round and Square, Rubber Core, fa y%, fa y&, fa }i and 1 inch Per lb., $ 

Square, Rubber Back, fa fa fa fa fa % and ' incn 

In lengths of twelve feet. 

Soapstone. 

Round, diameter, inches, fa fa fa 3fa ]4 and 1 Per lb., $ 

- -A-sbestos. 

Sheet, 1-16 to yi ineh thick Per lb., $ 

Round, diameter, inches, 3fa fa fa fa J4, 1 and 1 yi " 

Pure American Hemp. 

In coils of 50 and 100 lbs Per lb., $ 

Italian Hemp. 

In coils of 25 and 50 lbs Per lb., $ 

Italian Flax. 

In coils of 25 lbs Per lb., $ 



PLUMBAGO. 



Dixon's Per lb., $ 

In cans of 10 pounds each. 



AXLE GREASE. 

Hucks & Lamberts', two dozen two pound cans in a case Per case, $ 

Hucks & Lambert's, five gallon cans Per can, 

Hucks & Lambert's, in kegs about ioo lbs , each Per lb., 

Paragon, three dozen wood boxes in a case Per case, 

Dixon's, in one pound cans Per dozen, 

Dixon's, in two " 



WASTE. 

Machined Cop (Cotton) Per lb., $ 

Wool " 

In bales about 100 pounds each. 



258 



HartttngtoTL, Hopkins $ Co. 




BELT COUPLINGS. 



For Round Leather -Beltt 



Diameter, in . *^ 
Per dozen . . .$ 



5-i6 H Vi S/i % H 



DRAWING AWLS. 




Best Cast Steel Per dozen, . 



HAND BELT PUNCHES. 




Best Cast Steel Per dozen, 



LACE CUTTERS. 



Elliott's, " 1880 




Per dozen, $ 



WASHER CUTTERS. 




Penney's. 

Smith's. . 



Per dozen, $ 



Seen, Frcuxcisco cured, Sctcr ■currLe.rtt o. 



£59 



SCREWS. 




Iron. 



Per Gross. 



Yi, Inch. 

No. o $o 20 

1 20 

2 20 



7/b Inch. 

No. s $0 31 

6 34 

7 37 

8 42 

9 46 

'O 49 

N 58 

12 65 

t3 73 

■4 83 

15 93 

16 1 01 



2 Inch. 

No. 10 $0 91 

n 98 

12 1 1 a 

13 1 »S 

1 4 ' 4° 

,5 .... , 58 

16 i 75 

17 ■ 88 

18 1 10 

20 2 4r 

22 1 82 

24 3 5° 



f6 Inch. 

No. 1 $0 20 

2 20 

3 20 

4 20 

S 2° 

6 21 

7 25 

8 28 



1 Inch. 

No. 5 $0 34 

6 37 

7 4' 

8 46 

9 5 2 

10 56 

11 62 

12 72 

•3 77 

'4 9' 

15 1 02 

16 1 14 

'7 ' - ' 

■8 1 35 

20 1 67 

Inch. 

No. 11 $1 05 

12 1 21 

1 3 ' .33 

'4 ' 5 ' 

15 1 68 

16 1 82 

17 1 99 

iS 9 24 

20 2 56 

22 1 97 

24 3 8o 



l /i Inch. 

No. 2 $0 20 

3 20 

4 20 

5 23 

6 25 

7 28 

8 3' 

9 34 

■° 37 



i'X Inch. 

No. 7 $0 49 

8 56 

62 

10 67 

I" 74 

1 a * J 

«3 95 

14 1 °5 

•5 ' '9 

'6 ' M 

■ 7 ' 49 

18 1 64 

20 1 96 



2*4 Inch. 

No. 12 $1 a 

«3 I 44 

14 1 64 

■5 '85 

16 2 00 

17 2 16 

t8 23- 

20 2 77 

" 3 *9 

24 4 06 



$i Inch. 

No. 2 $0 20 

3 20 

4 21 

5 25 

6 28 

7 3' 

8 34 

9 37 

10 42 

11 46 

"2 52 



\]/ 2 Inch. 

No. 8 $0 65 

9 72 

»° 79 

11 87 

12 95 

'3 '09 

'4 ■ 23 

'5 ' 37 

>6 1 57 

17 1 7° 

18 1 92 

20 2 17 



2}£ Inch. 

No. 13 $1 57 

14 ' 79 

■5 2 00 

16 2 16 

17 2 4' 

18 2 65 

20 3 18 

22 

24 4 44 



^ Inch. 

No. 4 $0 24 

5 28 

6 3> 

7 34 

8 37 

9 42 

10 46 

11 52 

■2 59 

«3 6 7 

•4 74 

■5 83 

16 98 

1 * 4 Inch. 

No. 9 $0 80 

10 84 

" 93 

12 1 04 

13 1 18 

'4 1 33 

'5 '5° 

16 1 65 

•7 « 79 

18 1 98 

20 2 27 

22 2 66 

24 3 29 



3 Inc h. 

No. 14 $' 95 

1 ; 2 10 

16 2 37 

'7 2 65 

18 2 96 

20 3 54 

22 4 20 

24 4 78 

26 5 60 



S60 Huntington., Hopkins cf* Co. 

SCREWS. 

Iron. 

3*4 Inch. 4 Inch 4^ Inch. 5 Inch. 6 Inch. 

No 16 $2 87 No 18 $3 98 No. 18 $4 48 No. 20 $6 30 No 24 $9 45 

17 3 14 20 4 85 20 541 22 711 26 10 85 

18 357 22 5 46 22 6 02 24 8 04 28 13 06 

20 4 15 24 6 16 24 714 26 8 93 30 15 05 

22 4 97 26 6 93 26 8 05 

24 5 55 

26 6 39 

Round and Flat Head Blued, and Flat Head Japanned Screws, same list as Iron Screws. 

Brass. 

Per Gross. 

^ Inch. j4 Inch. Vs Inch. ^ Inch. % Inch. 

No. 1 $0 67 No. 2 $0 67 No. 2 $0 67 No. 4 $0 81 No. 6 $1 18 

2 67 3 67 3 67 5 88 7 1 26 

3 67 4 67 4 67 6 1 01 8 1 37 

4 67 5 72 5 81 7 1 11 9 1 47 

5 72 6 79 6 88 8 1 18 10 1 63 

6 79 7 95 7 ' m 9 '33 " 185 

7 88 8 1 01 8 1 08 10 1 47 12 2 06 

9 • " 9 ' 18 11 1 7° '3 2 33 

10 1 23 10 1 33 12 1 92 14 2 65 

» ' 47 13 2 14 15 3 07 

12 1 63 14 241 16 3 46 

>5 2 87 

'6 3 39 

1 Inch. \]/ tt Inch. i]/ 2 Inch. 1% Inch. 

No. 6 $1 23 No. 7 $1 60 No. 8 $2 06 No. 9 $2 62 

7 1 33 8 1 77 g 2 28 10 2 91 

8 147 9 191 ic 241 11 321 

9 1 63 10 2 ig 11 2 80 12 3 53 

>c 177 'I 24t 12 310 13 3 91 

11 ' 99 I2 2 66 13 3 43 14 4 31 

12 221 13 2 94 14 3 80 15 4 76 

13 2 48 M 3 29 15 4 20 16 518 

14 2 87 15 361 16 4 64 17 5 88 

15 3 24 >° 4 °5 '7 5 2 ° 18 6 69 

■6 3 75 '7 4 57 18 5 88 20..' 7 70 

18 441 18 5 08 20 7 00 22 8 96 

20 616 24 10 50 

2 Inch. 2% Inch. 2]/ 2 Inch. 3 Inch. 

No. 10 $3 29 No. 12 $4 41 No. 14 $5 85 No. 16 $7 87 

n 3 68 13 486 15 640 18 955 

12 3 98 14 5 35 16 7 00 20 12 10 

'3 4 3 8 '5 5 8 5 '7 7 7° 22 14 70 

14 483 16 6 40 18 8 49 24 1820 

15 5 29 17 7 06 20 10 29 26 22 40 

16 5 81 18 7 73 22 11 62 

17 6 44 20 917 24 13 65 

18 7 06 22 1050 

20 8 43 

22 9 80 

24 11 20 

Round Head Brass Screws same list as Flat Head Brass Screws. 



San Francisco and, Sacramento. 



361 



SCREWS. 




Silver Plated. 



Numbers 2 3 

Length, inches, }i $0 55 o 55 



Length, inches, y 2 
Length, inches, yi 
Length, inches, ^ 
Length, inches, }i 
Length, inches, 1 
Length, inches, 1% 
Length, inches, 1 y 2 



55 







FLAT 


HEAD. 














Per Gross. 










4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1 1 


55 


° 55 














55 


58 


60 












56 


60 


63 


66 


69 












66 


69 


72 


77 


81 








69 


72 


77 


81 


84 


93 






72 


76 


81 


87 


9i 


97 










9' 


97 


1 02 


1 09 










! OO 


1 07 


1 14 


1 22 



00 

07 

18 

3° 



ISTicke] Plated. 



13 14 15 16 



14 



3° 

44 



40 
58 



18 20 



ROUND HEAD 

Per Gross. 
Numbers .... 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ii 

Length, in , '4 . $0 S4 o 93 1 07 1 20 1 35 1 50 1 60 

Length, in., 5, s 88 98 I 13 1 25 I 40 1 55 1 63 t 80 1 90 

Length, in., }£ . 90 t 04 1 16 1 30 1 44 1 57 1 65 1 82 1 95 2 30 2 45 

Length, in., 1 21 1 34 1 47 1 61 1 69 1 85 2 00 2 35 2 50 2 75 3 10 

length, in., 1 1 27 1 40 1 53 1 68 1 75 1 94 2 10 2 45 2 70 2 95 3 35 

Length, in., \\{ 1 50 1 55 1 65 1 80 1 95 2 10 2 25 2 60 2 80 3 24 3 68 4 00 4 40 ... . 

Length, in., 1 '.- 1 88 1 94 2 05 2 15 2 3S 2 50 2 85 3 15 3 50 3 90 4 40 4 80 5 85 

Length, in., 1 ', 2 15 2 20 2 30 2 40 2 55 2 So 3 12 3 45 3 80 4 10 4 60 5 10 6 05 

Length, in., 2 2 40 2 50 2 70 3 00 3 45 3 75 4 °5 4 4° 5 °° 5 40 6 50 



-^jluij! 



side Knob. 

7-1O inch, No. 9, Blued or Tinned Per gross, $ 



262 



Uvuxttrtgton, Hopkins & Co. 



SCREWS. 



Threads to the inch . 

Nos 

Length, inches, ]^ . 
Length, " 
Length, " i/ A . 
Length, " yi. 
Length, " i . 
Length, " i%. 
Length, " iy 2 . 



1pm 



Machine. 



ROUND HEAD 



Per Gross. 



• 3 2 3 2 2 4, 3°. 3 2 

4 6 8 

•$° 55 $° 55 $° 6 5 

6o 6o 65 

65 65 65 



2 4 

10 

$0 75 
75 
75 
85 
95 



2 4 
1 2 
$0 8 S 
85 
85 
95 
95 



20, 24 

14 16 

$0 95 $1 05 



95 
95 

1 °5 
1 10 
1 20 
1 3° 



16, 18 16, 18, 20 16, 18 16 



1 °5 
« °5 
1 10 

1 i5 
1 2 5 
• 35 



$i 15 
• '5 
1 20 

' 2 5 
1 3° 
> 35 
' 45 



20 

|> 1 20 

1 20 

' 2 5 

1 30 

1 35 

1 45 

1 60 



2 4 



$1 5° 
1 60 
1 70 

1 90 

2 00 



illl 



FLAT HEAD. 
Per Gross. 

Threads to the inch 32 30 24, 32 24 

Nos 6 8 10 12 

Length, inches, }i $° 55 $° 6 5 $° 75 $° 85 

Length, " y 8 60 65 75 85 

Length, " ^ 65 65 75 85 

Length, " Ji 85 85 85 95 

Length, " 1 95 95 95 95 

Length, " 1 ^ 1 00 



Diameter, inches. 
No. Threads. . . . 
Length, inches, 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 
Length, ' 



SET SCREWS. 



1 



Case Hardened. 

Per Hundred. 

5-16 

20 

$2 20 

2 35 



4 

2 4 



. $2 OO 

• 2 '5 

• 2 3° 
■ 2 45 
. 2 60 

• 2 75 



2%. 
3 ■ 



2 50 
2 65 
2 80 

2 95 

3 10 



3 B 7-16 
14, 16 14 

$2 50 $2 90 

2 65 3 10 

2 80 



2 95 

3 IO 
3 2 5 
3 4° 
3 55 



5° 
5° 
70 
90 
10 
3° 
5° 



7i 
I 2 . 13 

$3 4° 
3 
3 
4 



60 

80 
00 
20 
40 
60 
80 
00 



9-16 
12 

$4 25 
4 5° 



75 

00 

2 5 

5° 
75 

00 

2 5 



$5 2 5 
5 2 5 
5 5° 



$7 5° 
7 5° 

7 5° 

8 00 

8 50 

9 00 

9 5° 
10 00 
10 50 



Scltl Francisco cltxcZ ScLcr<xrrhe,nto. 



£63 



WROUGHT BOAT SPIKES. 




Size, inches % X4 5.16x4 

No. in 100 lbs n 00 620 

Per 100 lbs., Black. .$ 
Per " Galvanized 



5 6 f8X4 5678 7-16x7 8 >^x7 8 

57 s 494 380 3 22 3°4 296 256 204 170 



1ST AILS. 




Cut. 

Common Cut Nails, lod to 6od are standard p er y e „ $ 

Clinch, S o lb. kegs 2 2% 2 j4 '; in, larger. 

Per keg $ 

All other kinds and sues advance on rate of Cut Nails as follow-. 

Sizes '° » (• 5 4 3 3d Fine 

Common Cut Per keg, $ . . 025 50 75 75 150 

Box " 75 ' 00 1 25 '5° '5° 2 25 2 00 

Brad Head " 1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 1 75 

Casing " 75 , o 1 25 

Headless, Fine Finishing p er |. e „ j, 2 . 

Cut Spikes, 5, 6, 7 and S inch p er ^ e& $ 2J 

Fence Nails, Round and Flat Heads Same price as Common Cut. 

Boat. 



Length, inches. 
Per pound 



>% 



GALVANIZED 

I', 



Length, inches .... 
Per pound $ 






COPPER. 



-': 






-", 



Track. 




1 



Countersunk Head. Chisel Point. 

V inch diameter by 1 3 and | '.- inches long .Per lb., $0 ij'i 

5 "' " " a ' .- . 3 and 3 \ i inches long 12 

- 10"; 

In 25 lb. b 



264 



SurttingtorL, HopPcins & Co. 



HP STEEL WIRE NAILS. 




H 



2i-/0 



2-/2 



4 



Flat Head. 



^ i 




Cut showing comparative effect on Wood in driving the Common Cut and Wire Nail. 

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3i-7 






3-8 



J>m*JJULH3L, 



24-3 



Flat Head, Barbed. 

Cuts full size. See prices Page 265. 



Seen Francisco and, ScLcram.en.to. 



£65 



HP STEEL WIRE NAILS. 



Thjs£P Nail Co. 




/U IS "*—/6 

Cast Stccl Wirc Brads and Finishing Nails 

Flat Head 'Wire Nnils. 

y 2 inch, No. 20 5 „ inch, No 17 18 # inch, Nos. 17 18 19 Ji inch, Nos. 15 16 17 18 

Per pound. $ 

i inch, Nos. 13 14 15 16 17 1 ' 4 inch, Nos. 1 2 13 14 15 l6 1 >4 inch. Nos. 1 2 13 14 15 

Per pound . $ 

1 % inch, Nos. 12 13 14 15 2 inch, Nos 12 13 14 inch, Nos. 10 n 12 

Per pound . $ 



2^ inch, Nos. 10 11 12 

Per pound. $ 



3 inch, No. 7 10 



$% inch, No. 7 4 inch, No. 6 









W^re J3m<ls or Finishing Nails. 

ft inch, No. 21 ', inch, No. 20 ich, No. 20 ;nch, No. 17 19 • h, No. 18 
Per pound . $ 

1 inch, No. 18 1 ^ inch, No. 17 1 ■, inch, No. 16 . inch, No. 15 2 inch. No. 14 

Per pound $ 

Fla-1 Head Barbed Wire Nails. 

nch,Na 14 10 i* inch, No. 14 1 ', inch, No. 13 finch, No. n 2 ' + inch, No. 9 «° 
Per pound. $ 

In one pound papers or bulk. All sizes and kinds made to order. 



£66 



ttizntingtori, Hopkins & Co. 



NAILS. 



'it! FF 









Finishing. 








Length, inches. . 
Per lb 


. .$o 32 


H 

26 


yi, Ji 1 ,yi 

22 20 18 16 


■5 


'4 


'3 



II 



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1 











Patent Brads. 

Half Weight. 

Length, inches # ^ fg ^ # 1 i# 

Per dozen papers .. $0 60 65 72 80 90 1 00 



26 1 82 









Common Brads. 

Half Weight. 

Length and prices same as Patent Brads. 



134 2 

2 25 2 43 



Scltz Francisco and. Sacramento. 



£67 



NAILS. 




j 



Trunk and Clout. 



Length, inches x / 2 

Per pound $o 32 

Tinned Clout, 1 inch 



26 



n 
22 



'5 



1', 
'4 



1-4 

.Per lb., 



r 3 
fo 24 



inn 



III 



Ci^ar Bo\ N»il«. 



Chair. 

Length, inches }% ft 

Per pound $0 52 36 

Cigar Box. 

Length, inches 

Per pound $0 36 ;; 



3° 



28 



X 

26 24 



26 *4 



1 
22 



1 
22 



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Hungarian. 



Hungarian. 

Half Weight, American Iron, Blued. 

Size, ounces 4 6 8 

Per dozen papers $0 45 55 65 

American Iron. In pound and half pound papers. 

Length, inches 

Per pound $0 .- 2 20 20 

Mob. 

Square Head. 
Length, inches, 4-$, 4 ' - and -S 



TTTTT 

Hob. 



10 


1 2 


14 


75 


00 


1 00 


6-8 




8-8 


20 


20 


20 



. Per lb , $ 





£68 










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TACKS. 



2 Its 3 4 6 8 oz. 



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Outs full size. 



Grimp and Lace. 



Size, ounces i yi 2 

Per dozen papers ..$065 70 



2% 

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Half Weight, Swedes Iron. 

4 6 



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No. 3 ;ehade.) 9 10 11 12 14 

Cuts full size. 



Double Pointed. 

Nos 3 9 io ii 12 14 

Per dozen boxes (144 in a box) $i 80 1 20 1 20 1 20 1 44 1 So 



STAPLES. 



Barbed Blind 

Length, inches fi 

Per pound $ 



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Bed Spring. 



Steel, % inch long. 






. Per pound, $ 



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SHEEP SHEARS. 




WardVA Paynes'. 

No. 38. Solid Neck, 6, (,%, 7 and 7 }4 inch Blade Per dozen, $ 

No. 175. Solid Steel, 6, 6 J4, 7 and 7# " " 



£70 



Hzzrttington, Hopkins & Co. 



TACKS. 



I 1J 2 



in 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 oz 




Cuts Full Size. 

Cut. 

Half Weight, American Iron. 

Size, ounces 1% 2 2^ 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 

Per doz. Papers. . $0 45 o 45 o 50 o 55 o 60 o 65 o 75 o 80 o 90 1 00 1 10 1 20 1 30 1 40 1 50 

One dozen papers in a package. 

Tip hoi sterers' . 

Full Weight, Swedes Iron. 

Size, ounces iyi 2 2% 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 

Per doz. Papers. . $0 go 1 00 1 10 1 20 1 40 1 60 1 90 2 20 2 50 2 80 3 00 3 30 3 60 3 80 4 00 

One dozen papers in a package. 

Copper*. 

In Pound and Half Pound Papers. 

# Vz yi H 7 A « 1 % 

$ 

Leathered Head Carpet. 

Size, ounces 6 8 10 12 

Y± Count (100 Tacks in a paper), per dozen papers $026 028 o 30 032 

One dozen papers in a package. 



Length, inches. 
Per pound 



5 8 



12 14 oz. 



T T T T T 



Cuts Kull Size. 



Large Head Carpet. 

Half Weight, American Iron. 

Size, ounces 6 8 10 12 14 

Per dozen papers $0 65 o 75 o 80 o 90 1 00 

One dozen papers in a package. 

Large Head Carpet. 

Tinned, Half Weight, Swedes Iron. 

Size, ounces 6 8 10 12 14 

Per dozen papers $1 00 115 1 30 1 50 1 65 

One dozen papers in a package. 






878 



Hu.nti7xgto7x, HopkiTxs #• Co. 



BARB WIRE. 




Two Point. 

With Barbs 2 1 , inches apart. 

All Steel Painted. 

Per pound $ 



Galvanized. 




Eonx* Point. 

With Barbs 3 inches apart. 

All Steel Painted. Galvanized. 

Per pound $ 




Steel Fence Staples. 



Length, inches 1 ^ i]4 

No. to the pound no 1 00 

\% and i l /i inch for hard wood posts. 1% inch for soft wood posts. 

Black Per lb., $ 

Galvanized " 

In kegs of 100 lbs. each. 



WIRE STRETCHERS. 



90 




Samson. 

For stretching wire, pass the end of rope around 
the post and secure with hook ; place wire in clamp on 
machine. 

For splicing, place one wire in clamp on end of 
rope about two feet from its end, and place the other 
wire in clamp on machine. 

To loosen the stretcher after tightening the wire, 
simply invert it without letting go the handles, and 
tighten enough to let the pawl drop from the ratchet — 
then let go the handles 

Per dozen $ 





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£73 


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£77 



TELEGRAPH CIPHER 

For TJse in Ordering Sheet Iron. 



C.auge. 


Width. 


28 


24 inch 


28 


24 '■ 


28 


3° " 


28 


3° " 


28 


36 " 


28 


36 " 


27 


24 " 


27 


24 •' 


27 


30 " 


27 


3° " 


27 


36 " 


27 


36 " 


26 


24 " 


26 


24 " 


26 


3° " 


^6 


3° " 


26 


36 " 


26 


36 " 


24 


24 " 


24 


24 " 


24 


3° " 


24 


30 " 


24 


3° " 


24 


36 " 


24 


36 » 


24 


36 " 


22 


24 " 


22 


24 " 


22 


24 " 


22 


3° " 


22 


30 " 


22 


3° " 


22 


36 " 


22 


36 " 


22 


3^ " 


20 


• 1 


20 


14 " 


20 


' 1 " 


20 


3° " 


20 


3° " 


20 


3° " 


20 


36 •■ 


20 


36 " 


20 


36 •' 


18 


24 " 


18 


-M " 


18 


24 " 


iS 


3° " 


18 


3° " 


18 


3° " 


18 


3« " 


IS 


3" " 


|S 


3" " 


16 


-'I ' 


16 







Refined. 


Length. 


Black. 


72 inch. 


Abbott 


84 " 


Abide 


72 " 


Abyss 


84 " 


Actor 


72 " 


Acute 


84 " 


Adage 


72 " 


Adept 


84 " 


Admit 


72 " 


Adorn 


84 •■ 


Affix 


72 " 


After 


84 " 


Again 


72 " 


Agate 


84 " 


Agent 


72 " 


Agnes 


84 ■• 


Agony 


72 " 


Ahead 


84 " 


Alarm 


72 " 


Alban 


84 " 


Alibi 


72 " 


Alive 


84 " 


Allow 


96 - 


Allien 


72 " 


Aloft 


84 •■ 


Alpha 


9 6 « 


Alfred 


72 " 


Alter 


84 " 


Abut 


96 " 


Amass 


72 " 


\nilui 


84 " 


Amity 




\ni|iK 


72 " 


Amuse 


84 " 


\ngrv 


96 " 


Annex 


72 " 




84 " 


Annul 


96 " 


\|.|.lv 


72 " 




84 - 




96 » 


Argu<. 


72 " 


\ri--e 


84 " 


Aroma 


96 " 


Arrow 


72 " 


Arson 


84 " 


Ashe- 


96 " 




72 " 


Afol 


84 " 


\ssaj 




Audit 




Await 


84 " 


Award 




Awful 




Aged 


84 " 


Awake 



Charcoal 


Refined 


Charcoal 


B.aek. 


Galvanized. 


Galvanized. 


Baggy. 


Calvin 


Daniel 


Baron 


Cab 


David 


Basis 


Cadet 


Delia 


Bayou 


Call 


Dolly 


Beget 


Cap 


Dunn 


Bison 


Cargo 


Daunt 


Bugle 


Cotton 


Dizzy 


Blaze 


Camel 


Doubt 


Bleek 


Calf 


Diary 


Bless 


Carry 


Depot 


Blind 


Carpet 


Down 


Blunt 


Census 


Debar 


Bonny 


Chelsea 


1 lecay 


Booth 


Chaste 


Demur 


Bosom 


Cherub 


Dimly 


Bravo 


China 


Dingy 


Bill 


Charm 


1 liver 


Bribe 


Check 


Dixie 


Buxom 


1 liemise 


1 Mine 


Bylaw 


Churn 


Drama 


Byway 


( ircus 


Draw 


Bangor 


( 'lava 


Dread 


Bvre 


1 inder 


Dreadful 


Baffle 


Claud 


Drink 


Banish 


( lark 


1 >nv<' 


Bayonet 


1 lifton 


Dross 


Bab] 


( la^p 


Dunce 


Bakei 


Cloi 




Bawl 


>vcr 


Dutch 


Baltic 


Cloud 


Dwarf 


Barter 


(luster 


Duel 


Bets) 


Coffin 


Duff 




Copy 


Dugan 


Barber 


Corn 


Dumb 


Beef 


Cor- 


Duress 


Burger 


Couch 


Duval 


Bender 


I . i.IX 


Dwell 


Betray 


Coburg 


Daub 


Berlin 


Comfort 


Drake 


Big 


Comii 


Drain 


Blonde 


( Y.rk 


Drone 


Bladder 


Court 


Drouth 


Blame 


Crape 


Drunk 


Blister 


Crazy 


Damp 


Bluff 


Crave 


Dream 


Boston 


Cuba 


Deck 


Bowels 


Curl 


Deep 


Board 


Chaff 


Drill 




Chant 


Dark 


Boil 


Cha 


Dune 


Bread 


Chasm 


Dutchey 


Brush 


Chess 


Deal 


Brady 


Carol 


Duck 


Broach 


Cigar 


Drag 


Bulk 


Civil 


Drav 





£78 




Hizntington, Hopkctns & Co. 








TELEGRAPH CIPHER 






For TJse in Ordering Sheet Iron. 






Kenned. Charcoal ileflned 


Charcoal 


Gauge. 


Width 


Length. Black. Black. Galvanized. 


Galvanized. 


16 


24 inch 96 inch. Assure Bunyan Cliff 


Dump 


16 


3° ' 


' 72 " Adner Burden Celia 


Dance 


16 


3° ' 


' 84 " Able Burton Colic 


Disk 


16 


3° ' 


' 96 " Abuse Bully Comet 


Dike 


16 


3° ' 


' 120 " Alabaster Bump Compass 


Dilate 


n> 


3° ' 


' 144 " Alcove Bunch Compel 


Diptota 


16 


36 ' 


' 72 " Apex Burst Crony 


Drape 


16 


36 ' 


' 84 " Adapt Byron Cupid 


Droll 


16 


36 ' 


' 96 " Amid Bogus Card 


Dale 






Kenned 


H.'tincil 


. Gauge. 


Width. 


Length. Black Gauge. Width. Lengtl 


Black. 


•4 


24 inch 


72 inch. Finis 12 48 inch. 120 inch. Foe 


'4 


24 " 


84 " Fix 11 24 " 72 ' 


Fop 


14 


24 " 


96 " Flail 11 24 " 84 ' 


' Flour 


14 


3° " 


72 " Flame 11 24 " 96 ' 


' Fox 


14 


30 " 


84 " Flask 11 24 " 120 ' 


' Fool 


'4 


3° " 


96 " Flesh 11 30 " 72 ' 


' Fork 


'4 


3° " 


120 " Flanders 11 30 " S4 ' 


' Frank 


14 


3° " 


144 " Flannel 11 30 •' 96 ' 


Fred 


14 


36 " 


72 " Float ii 30 " 102 ' 


' Frenzy 


14 


36 " 


84 " Flock 11 30 " 120' 


' Foul 


'4 


36 " 


96 " Flora 11 32 " 84 


Fuel 


14 


36 " 


120 " Floss 11 32 " 96 


Frugal 


14 


40 " 


96 " Flow 11 32 " 1 20 ' 


' Froth 


14 


40 " 


120 " Fluid 11 34 " 84 ' 


Foam 


12 


24 " 


72 " Flute 11 34 " 96 ' 


Fell 


I 2 


24 " 


84 " Focus 11 34 " 120 ' 


' Fan 


12 


24 " 


96 " Fogy it 36 " 84 ' 


' F"aetor 


12 


24 " 


120 " Forge 11 36 " 96 ' 


Fade 


I 2 


3° " 


72 " Forth 11 36 " 120 ' 


' Fame 


I 2 


3° " 


84 " Fraud n 40 " 72 ' 


' Fairy 


12 


3° " 


96 " Friar 11 40 " 84 ' 


' F'agot 


I 2 


3° " 


120 " Frost ii 40 " 96 ' 


' Fairly 


I 2 


32 " 


72 " Fanny 11 40 " 120 ' 


' Farce 


1 2 


32 " 


84 " Fruit 11 42 " 84 ' 


' Falcon 


1 2 


32 " 


96 " Fable ii 42 '■ 96 


' Fallow 


[ 2 


32 " 


1 20 " Faith 11 42 " 120 ' 


' Falter 


I 2 


34 " 


72 " False 11 44 " s 4 ' 


' Family 


I 2 


34 " 


84 " Fancy 11 44 " 96 ' 


Famous 


I 2 


34 " 


96 " Fabric 11 44 " 120 ' 


' Farina 


1 2 


34 " 


120 " Faint 11 48 '■ 84 


• Fatal 


1 2 


36 " 


84 " Famish 11 4S " 96 


Father 


I 2 


36 " 


96 " Fashion 11 48 " 120 


' Fathom 


1 2 


36 " 


120 " Faust 10 24 " 72 ' 


' Galaxy 


I 2 


40 « 


S4 " Feeble 10 24 " 84 ' 


' Galena 


12 


40 '« 


96 " Female 10 24 " 96 ' 


Galore 


I 2 


40 " 


120 " Fence 10 24 " 120 ' 


' Gamble 


I 2 


42 '< 


84 " Fibre 10 30 " 72 


< ".argle 


I 2 


42 « 


96 " Figs 10 30 " 84 


1 Garlic 


12 


42 '< 


120 " Fiddle 10 30 " 96 


Giddy 


12 


44 " 


S4 " Finger 10 30 " 120 ' 


' Can nt 


1 2 


44 " 


96 " F'ish 10 32 " 72 ' 


' Gaudy 


I 2 


44 


120 " Flush 10 32 " 84 ' 


Gilder 


12 


48 " 


84 " Flag 10 32 " 96 


' Gimlet 


1 2 


48 " 


96 " Flood 













Seen JFrcuxcisco and SchcrcLm.en.to. 


£79 






TELEGRAPH 


CIPHER 






For TTse in Orderin 


g Sheet Iron 




Qn.Uge, 


Width. Length Refined Black. Gauge. 


Width. Length. 


Refined Black. 


IO 


32 inch. 120 inch. Gipsy T ^- 


30 inch 84 inch. 


Hand 


10 


32 ' 


' 144 " Girdle 


30 " 96 " 


Happy 


IO 


34 ' 


' 72 " Giver " 


30 " 120 " 


Harass 


IO 


34 ' 


' 84 " Glance " 


32 " 72 " 


Harem 


IO 


34 ' 


96 " Gloom " 


32 " 84 " 


Harm 


IO 


34 ' 


' 120 " Gloss " 


32 " 96 " 


Harper 


IO 


36 ' 


72 " Gnaw " 


32 " 120 " 


Hasty 


IO 


36 .' 


' 84 " Gospel " 


34 " 72 " 


Harsh 


IO 


36 ' 


' 96 " Gothic 


34 " 84 " 


Haven 


IO 


36 ' 


' 120" Gouge 


34 " 96 " 


Hazard 


IO 


40 ■ 


' 72 " Gouty 


34 " 120 " 


Hearse 


10 


40 ' 


' 84 " Grand 


36 " 72 " 


Heart 


IO 


40 ' 


1 96 " Grange 


36 " 84 " 


Hedge 


IO 


40 ' 


' 120 " Grate " 


36 " 96 " 


Heed 


IO 


42 ' 


' 84 " Grassy 


36 " 120 " 


Heels 


IO 


42 ' 


' 96 " Goblet " 


40 " 72 " 


Help 


IO 


42 ' 


' 120 " Goblin " 


40 " 84 " 


Hermit 


IO 


44 ' 


' 84 " Grace 


40 " 96 " 


Hidden 


IO 


44 ' 


' 96 " Gratis " 


40 " 120 " 


Hindoo 


IO 


44 ' 


' 120 " Greedy 


42 " 84 " 


Hoary 


IO 


48 ' 


84 " Glum " 


42 " 96 " 


Hoax 


10 


48 ' 


1 96 " Glean 


42 " 120 " 


Honor 


IO 


48 ' 


' 120 " Gilt 


44 " 84 " 


Huddle 


A 


24 ' 


■ 72 " Habit " 


44 " 96 " 


Hovel 


ft 


24 ' 


' 84 " Hackle 


.14 " 120 '• 


Human 


ft 


24 ' 


' 96 " Hailed 


48 " 84 " 


Hunter 


3 

1 iT 


24 ' 


' 120 " Halloa 


48 " 96 " 


Hagar 


a 


3° ' 


' 72 " Hamlet " 


48 " 120 " 


Hazel 




Gauge. 


Width. Langth, 


Refllmi Blvk. 1 ■■ml Bteck. 






34 inch. 72 inch. 


Ladder 


Marine 






24 " 84 ' 




Laden 


Maroon 




', 


- 1 " 96 ' 




Ladle 


Marvel 




', 


24 " 1 20 ' 




1 .11; i 


Martin 






26 " 72 ' 




Lake 


Masked 




26 " 84 ' 




Lambs 


Mason 




' 4 


26 " 96 ' 




Lam et 


Mas tii 




26 " 120 ' 




Lamp 


Maxim 




', 


3° " 72 ' 




1-apse 


Mayor 




', 


30 " 




Last 


Mazeppa 




% 


30 " 96 * 




Latch 


Meadow- 




'4 


30 " 120 ' 




Late 


Meager 




% 


" 72 ' 




Lath 


Mealy 




'4 


ja " 84 




Latin 


Medal 




32 " 96 ' 




Lawful 


Menace 




'4 


3a - 120 ' 




Liar 


Mangle 




', 


34 " 7- 






Menial 




'4 


34 " 84 




1 each 


Merit 






34 " 96 ' 






Meet 




\ 


;4 " 120 




Learn 


Match 




36 " 72 




League 


Mate 





£80 


Hjzjxtingtortj Hopktns & Co. 






TELEGRAPH CIPHER 






For XJse in Oi'dering Sheet I r 


Oil. 


Gauge. 


Width. Length. KeAnod Black. 


Charcoal Black. 


'A 


36 inch. 84 inch. Lease 


Make 


ti 


36 " 96 " Leave 


Mouth 


u 


36 " 120 " Lime 


Mineral 


" 


40 " 72 " Legal 


Mule 


11 


40 " 84 " Levee . 


Monk 


». 


40 " 96 " Level 


Mary- 


K 


40 " 120 '• Libel 


Mute 


tc 


42 " 84 " Lifted 


Marl 


" 


42 " 96 " Lame 


Mimic 


" 


42 " 120 " Loan 


Mirth 


(C 


44 " 84 " Linger 


Mogul 


1. 


44 " 96 " Lump 


Mohan 


(I 


44 " 120 ■' Linen 


Moral 


(( 


48 " 84 " Limp 


Mink 


u 


48 " 96 " Lick 


Musk 


II 


48 " 120 " Lance 


Mist 


A 


24 " 72 " Nailer 


Packer 


d 


24 " 84 Naked 


Paddle 


«i 


24 " 96 " Napkin 


Pagan 


" 


24 " 120 " Nasal 


Palfry 


ti 


26 " 72 " Nation 


Paltry 


u 


26 " 84 '• Naval 


Pansy 


n 


26 " 96 " Nearly 


Pantry 


ti 


26 " 120 " Namely 


Papal 


il 


30 " 72 " Nature 


Parish 


(I 


30 " 84 " Naught 


Parley 


11 


30 " 96 " Needle 


Parlor 


(I 


30 " 120 " Neigh 


Parole 


■ tt 


32 " 72 " Ner\ ..il 


Parrot 


It 


32 " 84 '• Nest 


Parson 


(1 


32 " 96 " Nettle 


Pascal 


" 


32 " 1 20 " Newest 


Paste 


11 


34 " 72 " Nibble 


Pathos 


*■ 


34 " 84 " Nickle 


Peanut 


'• 


34 " 96 '• Noisy 


Pearl 


K 


34 " i2o " Noodle 


Pebble 


11 


36 " 72 " Normal 


Pecan 


u 


36 " 84 " Notary 


People 


" 


36 " 96 " Notchy 


Pepper 


(1 


36 " 120 " Nipper 


Pen h 


" 


40 " 72 " Nobby 


Petty 


[I 


40 " 84 " Number 


Pewter 


(i 


4° " 96 " Never 


Phalanx 


(1 


40 " 120 " Nimble 


Phantom 


II 


42 " 84 " Nichols 


Physic 


it 


42 " 96 " Nancy 


Pious 


(1 


42 " 120 " Nebula 


Pique 


If 


44 " 84 •' Nestle 


Pistol 


(1 


44 " 96 " Nankeen 


Pitman 


(( 


44 " 120 " Nausea 


Plague 


l( 


48 " 84 " Napa 


Planet 


<( 


48 " 96 " Needy 


Plenty 


(1 


48 " 120 " Neuter 


Plucky 


# 


24 rt 72 " Oaken 


Rabbil 







Sort Francisco and. Sacra.me.Ttto. £81 




TELEGRAPH CIPHER 




For TJse in Ordering Sheet Iron. 


Gauge. 


Width. Length. Refined Black. Charcoal Black. 


} 


i 


24 inch. 84 inch. Oasis Raffle 






24 


' 96 " Obey Rainy 






24 ' 


120 " Oblige Raisin 






26 ' 


' 72 " Omen Rajah 






26 ' 


84 " Obtain Ramble 






26 ' 


' 96 " Obtuse Rascal 






26 


' 120 " Ocean Rasper 






3° ' 


' 72 " Ostrich Rattan 






3° ' 


84 " Oddity Ratify 






3° ' 


' 96 ■' Odium Ratio 






3° ' 


' 120 " Omega Ravage 






32 ' 


' 72 " Onion Razee 






32 ' 


' 84 " Omelet Rabel 






32 ' 


' qfi " Onward Rebuff 






32 ' 


' 1 20 " Opera Record 






34 ' 


' 72 " Opiate Regal 






34 ' 


' S4 " Oppose Regent 






34 ' 


96 " Orange Rejoice 






34 ' 


' 120 " Ordain Relax 






36 ' 


' 72 " Oracle Rents 






36 ' 


' 84 " Omit Ream 






36 ' 


96 " Olive Rich 






36 ' 


' 120 " Ontario Ride 






40 ' 


' 72 Oreano Rifle 






40 ' 


' 84 " Oily Rigid 






40 ' 


' 96 " Octave Ripper 






40 • 


120 " Orient Roman 






42 ' 


' 84 " Organ Rocky 






42 ' 


' 06 Orchard Robber 






I-- ' 


120 " Object Rogue 






1 t ' 


Optic Rout 






M 


96 " < ir.itor Russet 


• 




1 1 ' 


' 120 " Orbit Rustic 






48 ■ 


84 " Ordeal Rupee 






♦8 ' 


96 " Owl Royal 






48 ' 


120 " Osceola Rudder 





883 


HizntingtoTi, Hopkins 


& Co. 










■ 


USEFUL 


INFORMATION 












T^eigvht 


of Flat Bar* Iron. 














Per Foot. 










Size, 


in. 1-16 


% 3-16 % 


5-16 7-16 


H % 


% 


% 


1 




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lbs. lt)S. tbS. 


lbs. lbs. tl.8. 


tl,S tbs. 


lbs. 


&S. 


lbs. 


i 


.21 


.42 .63 .84 


I.05 1.26 I.47 


1.68 2. 11 


2-53 


2-95 


3 37 


i}i 


.24 


■47 -7i -95 


1.1S 1.42 1.66 


1.90 2.37 


284 


332 


3-79 


*H 


.26 


■53 -79 i-°5 


1.32 1.58 1.84 


2. 1 1 2.63 


3.16 


3.68 


4.21 


ifs 


.29 


.58 .87 1. 16 


'•45 '-74 2.03 


2.32 2.89 


3-47 


4-°5 


4-63 


i'A 


■32 


.63 .95 1 26 


1.58 1.90 2.21 


2-53 3- 1 6 


3 79 


4.42 


5-°5 


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•34 


.68 1 03 1.37 


1. 71 2.05 2.39 


2-74 3-42 


4. 11 


4-79 


5-47 


*x 


•37 


■ 74 in i-47 


1.84 2.21 2.58 


2-95 3- 68 


4.42 


5.16 


5- 8 9 


iH 


.40 


.79 1. 18 1.58 


1.97 2.37 2.76 


3' 6 395 


4-74 


5-53 


6.32 


2 


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.84 1.26 1.68 


2" 2.53 2.95 


3-37 4-2i 


5-°5 


5- 8 9 


6 74 


2}i 


•45 


.90 1.34. 1.79 


2.24 2.68 3.13 


3'5 8 4-47 


5-37 


6 26 


7.16 


•X 


■47 


.95 1.42 1.90 


2-37 2,84 3.32 


3 79 4-74 


5.68 


6.83 


7-5 8 


*# 


•50 


1.00 1.50 2.00 


2-5° 3-°° 3-5° 


4 00 5.00 


6.00 


7.00 


8.00 


*>A 


•53 


1.05 1.58 2. 11 


2.63 3.16 3.68 


4.21 5.26 


6.32 


7-37 


8.42 


2^8 


■55 


1. 11 1.66 2.21 


2.76 3.32 3.87 


4-42 5-53 


6.63 


7-74 


8.84 


2 3^ 


■58 


1. 16 1.74 2 32 


2.89 3.47 405 


462 5.79 


6-95 


8.10 


9.26 


2% 


.61 


1. 21 1.82 2.42 


3°3 .v 6 3 424 


4.84 6 05 


7.26 


8.47 


9.68 


3 


■63 


1.26 1.90 2.53 


3.16 379 4.42 


5°5 6 -3 2 


7-5 8 


8.84 


10.10 


3* 


.68 


■■37 2.05 2.74 


3.42 411 4 79 


5.47 6.84 


8.21 


9 5 8 


10.95 


3^ 


■74 


1.47 2.21 2.95 


3.68 4.42 5.16 


5-89 7-37 


8.84 


10.32 


11.79 


3X 


■79 


1.58 2.37 3.16 


3-95 4 74 5-53 


6.32 7.89 


9-47 


11.05 


12.63 


4 


.84 


'■68 2.53 3.37 


4.21 5.05 5.S9 


6.74 8.42 


10.10 


11.79 


'3-47 


4% 


•9° 


1.79 2.68 3.5S 


447 5-37 6 -26 


7.16 8.95 


10.74 


'2-53 


'4-3' 


4 l A 


■95 


1.90 2.84 3.79 


4 74 5- 68 66 3 


7-5 8 947 


11.3S 


13.26 


15.16 


A% 


1. 00 


2.00 3.00 4.00 


5.00 6.00 7.00 


8.00 10.00 


12.00 


14.00 


16.00 


5 


'■°5 


2. 11 3.16 4.21 


5.26 6.32 7.37 


8.42 IO-S3 


12.63 


14.74 


16.84 


s% 


1. 1 1 


2.21 3.32 4.42 


5-53 6.§3 7.74 


8.84 11.05 


13.26 


'5-47 


17.68 


S'A 


1.16 


2-32 3-47 463 


5 79 6 -95 8.10 


9.26 11.58 


'3»9 


16.21 


'8.52 


sX 


1. 21 


2.42 3.63 4.84 


6 05 7'26 8.47 


9.68 12.10 


'4-53 


16.95 


'9-37 


6 


1.26 


2-53 3-79 5-°5 


6.32 7.58 8.84 


10 10 12.63 


15.16 


17.68 


20.21 




Rul 


e for Finding ^Weight 


of Flat 


Iron . 




Multiply width by thickness, divide by 3 and multiply by 10. Thus, 


for 2 by 4 . 2 x 3-4 




= ^X 


10 = 5, 


the 3 


pproximate 


weight per foot. 















Scltx Francisco and Sacramento. 



£83 



WEIGHT OF SQUARE BAR IRON. 



Per Foot. 



Size. 

Inches. 



A- 

A- 

%■ 

5 
TiT 

^ S 
7 
IS"- 

A- 

A- 

A- 

1 1 
T7I- 



Weight, 
Per Foot. 

triS. 

.OI3I 

•0525 



Size, 
Inches. 



.1182 

■ 2103 
•3 2 7 

■ -4735 

■ -644S 
, .84 
.1.063 
■1 3'4 

••59 
.1.891 

2221 

•2-575 

■2-95 

•3-35 



r 3 

'is ■ 

'*■ 



'A- 
»#■ 
«*■ 

I J*. 

««■ 
I*. 

,16 



Weight, 
Per Foot. 

lbs. 

• 3-8o 

• 4-25 

■ 4-75 

• 5'25 

• 5-78 

• 6.35 

■ 6.95 

■ 7-55 
. 8.2 

■ 8.8 S 

• 957 

■ 1030 
.11.05 
.11. 83 
. 12.62 
•>3-4 



Size, 
Inches. 



2}i. 
2%. 

2H- 
2i/ A . 

2ji- 



Weight, 
Per Foot. 

ttis. 
•I5-I5 



Size, 
Inches. 



Weight, 
Per Foot. 

lbs. 



4'A 57'2o 



.18.5 
205 
.23.1 
■ 25.2 
■275 



3 3005 



3#.. 
3*-- 

3-' s.. 

St- 

lA-- 

lA-- 



■ ■ -32-75 

•••■35-5 
....3825 
....41-15 
44 '5 

— 47.20 

-■ ■ -5° 25 
4 53 75 



4M- 
*A- 
4 l A- 
*A- 
4&- 
aA- 
5 • 
SA- 
S%- 

sA- 
sA- 



6 °-75 
64-35 
68.1 

72- 

75- 6 5 
79.80 
838 
88.25 
9-'-5 
97-'5 
101. 
105.8 
1 10.5 



"5 '5 

6 120.25 



For Steel, multiply tabular number above (for size) by 1.01. 



Rule lor Finding- W eight of* Square Iron. 

Square the diameter, divide by 3, and multiply by 10. Thus, for 2 inch square: The square of - is 4 
divided by 3 is i}i, multiplied by 10 equals 13' .;, the approximate weight per foot. 



"WEIGHT OF ROUND BAR IRON. 



Pei 1 1 



-M/.e. 
Inches. 



ft ' 

A- 

A 

A- 

•< 

1 .. 

1 1 






Weight. 
Per Foot. 

tba. 



.041 1 
, .0925 

■ -I65 1 

■ -2573 

• -37' 

■ -5°5 

• -657 

■ -835 
. 1.031 

■'■235 
■'-475 
■'■74 
.2,015 

• 2.3 1 7 
.2625 



Bl a, «• 1 ■ 

in. in Pel 1 

tl-s. 

- '175 

3-338 

3 725 

1'2 

'{„ 4-545 

5- 

5-455 

1 •_• . 5.945 

6.445 
6.975 
7 5 2 



In, ties. 



■V 



8.05 

8.65 

■o-55 



' ' ') 

'ii 

'4 75 

1 ii 4 1 

18.1 

'0S5 

.... 21.5 

- •- - 

25.55 

-•„ 85 

3225 

34 45 

37' 

39 S 

4 4« 95 






l-.r I-- I 



3 • 



1485 

•I'.; 47 54 

50 33 

5'> H 

59-44 

62.6a 



5 • 

6 . 



.76 18 

•79 75 

.87 20 

.91.05 

95- 



<)ll. 



For Steel, multiply tabular number above (for *i/e) by 1.01. 

Rule for Finding "Weighl of Round 1 1- 

Take number of quarter inches in diameter ; square it and divide hy 6. Thus, for 3 inch round : 3 ini h 
equals 12-4: the square of 12 is 144, divided by 6 equals 24, the approximate weight per foot. 



£84 



UizntingtoTX, Hopkins $• Co. 



WEIGHT OF ANGLE IRONS. 



Per Foot. 



Size, inches 
6 x6 

4 M 

3^x 3 }4 

3^x 3 K 
3 "3 

2 U X2} A 

2 X2 

>A™A 

i'A XI A 

iA^A 

lA XI A 
I XI 

#* A 



3-16 



35 
3' 

2.8 

2.0 

i.8 
1.6 



5-16 



5-9 
5-4 
4 9 

4-5 
4.0 

35 
3-° 



9-5 

83 
7-7 
7-2 
6-5 
5-9 
5-4 
4.8 

4-3 

3-6 



-li; 



9-16 



14 



11-16 ■'., 

26.7 29.2 

17-9 '9-5 

15.6 17.0 

'44 '5-8 



13-16 



7 34-2 



WEIGHT OF BAR STEEL. 



ROUND. 
Size, inches. Lbs. 

A '66 

A 375 

A 667 

A i-°4 

A '-S° 

A 2 °5 

1 2.67 

iA 3-38 

*X 4'7 

iji 5°5 

i l / 2 6.00 

*A 7-05 

'# 8 >7 

i# 938 

2 1068 

2A 12.04 

2% >3-5' 

2A 15 05 

2/2 16.68 

*A '8-43 

2^ 2019 

2^i 22.00 

3 2 4-o3 

$A 20 '2 

3*A 28 -2o 

3A 30-45 

iVi 32-7° 

3A 35" 2 

3 3 A 37-54 

4 42 72 

*A 48.22 

4 A 5406 

5 66 -75 



Per Foot. 

SQUARE. 
Size, inches. Lb*. 
A 2,3 

A 470 

% 8 55 

y* 1-33 

A i-9' 

A 2.61 

1 3-4° 

'A 4 34 

'A 532 

*A 6 -44 

*A 7-67 

\A 9 °° 

lH IO '44 

iA :i -9 8 

2 '3°3 

*A '5-35 

^A J 7-2o 

2A 19-17 

2 l /z 21 20 

2A 2 3o° 

2'4 25.70 

2A 27.74 

3 3o-6o 

3A 33i8 

3A 35 9° 

3A 3878 

3A 4165 

3A 44-17 

3% 46-70 

4 54-40 

aVa 6 '-4° 

A l A 0885 

5 85 00 



OCTAGON. 

ilze, int-h.-. I. lis. 

A 84 

>-23 

A '75 

A 2 - 2 5 

1 2.75 

1 A 3-66 

l A 4-55 

*A 5-5° 

1 'A 6.45 

iA 7-75 

0-2O 

<A 10.04 

2 1 1.60 

'3- 14 

-"4 '4-75 

2$ 16.00 

zyi 17-85 

2"A 19-5° 

*A 21.25 

2% 22.69 

3 25.00 



San Francisco and Sacramento. 



£85 



WEIGHT OF SHEET AND PLATE IRON. 



Thickness by Birmingham Wire Gauge and inches. 
Per Square Foot. 



Gauge, 

3 6... 

35- ■ ■ 
34- • • 

33- ■■ 
32... 
31 ... 
30... 

29.. . 
28... 



27- 
26. 

2 5- 
24. 

2 3- 
22 . 

2 1 . 
20 . 
19. 
18. 

'7- 
16. 

'5- 
14. 

'3- 
12 . 



.009 
.010 
.012 
.013 
.01 4 
.016 
.018 
.02c 
.022 



-- Weight. 

Indies. . lbs. 

.OO4 162 

.O05 202 

.007 283 

.008 322 

3 6 4 

405 

485 

5 26 

595 

676 

755 

Si 1 

912 

.025 1.01S 

• 028 11.;; 

.■fa or .03125 1.25c) 

.032 1.31 

•035 1. 4"' 

042 1.695 

■049 1 975 

•OS 8 

.065 2 637 

-tV or .0625 2.5:8 

.072 

•083 3.35 

•A or -°937 3 78 

•095 3- 8 5 

• 109 4-4 



Gauge. 
II... 



Weight, 

lbs. 



IO . 
9- 

8. 

7- 



Inches. 

.120 4.88 

■ • • }i or .125 5.054 

•134 S-426 

•i4 8 5-9 8 

. . . s \ or .1562 6.305 

•165 6.605 

.180 7.27 

t\ or - ,8 75 7-57 8 

6 .203 8.005 

it or .2187 8.79 

5 .22 8.91 2 

4 -'38 9.62 

l /n or .25 10.09 

3 -259 >o-37 

/j or .2812 11.38 

2 284 ii-5 2 5 

1 -3 : 12.15 

A 0' -3' 2 5 12.58 

o 340 13.715 

H or -3437 13-875 

H or -375 «5-»° 

00 .380 1526 

H or .4062 16.34 

000 .425 17.125 

tV or -4375 17-65 

0000 454 18.30 

$4 or 4687 18.90 

00000 'i or .50 20.20 



Galvanizing of Sheet Iron adds about one third of a pound per square foot to the weight. 



RUSSIA SHEET IRON. 



1 

8 

9 
10 



Sj E ,. kperStMBt WireGaug*. 

6# His No. 29 

Iji " ... 

<6 inch 8 " " 

9 " "26 

10 " " »S 



\ 
1 2 

13 

14 



,6 I 



1 28x5b inch I2}4 

■3# 

■4'-- 



Weight. p«rfthe«t. Wire Gang* 

. io)i lbs No. 24 yi 

.... " 24 
... " 23^ 

" 

2 1', 



Average weight per bundle about 240 pounds. 



886 



Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 



WEIGHT OF SHEET COPPER. 



Thickness by Birmingham Wire Gauge. 
Per Sheet. 



Gauge. 14 by 4-s 

U.S. 

I 

2 - 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

ii 

12 

'3 

14 

'5 

16 

'7 

i8 

19 

20 

21 

22 6>/ 2 

2 3 5 - 

24 sA 

25 4fs 

26 4 

27 3^ 

28 3 



Sizes of Sheets. 




24 by ix 


30 bv (in 


n.s. 


U.K. 


1 iG 


l8l 


1 1 1 


174 


102 


'59 


93 


145 


81 


126 


75 


118 


7° 


109 


»3 


99 


58 


90 


48 


81 


46 


73 


41 


64 


35 


54 


29 


45 


26 


4' 


23 


36 


20 


32 


iS 


27 


16 


24 


14 


22 


'3 


20 


12 


18 


10 


16 


9 


'5 


8 


I2' 2 


7 


I I 


6 


9# 


5 


7 



36 by 72 
H»s. 
261 
250 
230 
209 
182 
169 

•57 
142 
130 

"7 

104 

9i 
78 
°5 
59 
52 
45 
39 
35 
32 
29 
26 

23 
21 

'9 
■5 
■3 
1 1 



48 by 72 

tt>8. 
348 

334 

306 

278 

242 

226 

209 

190 

'73 

156 

139 

122 

104 

86 

78 

70 

60 

52 

47 

43 

39 

35 

3' 

28 

25 
2 1 
18 
15 



WEIGHT OF BAR COPPER.! WEIGHT OF BAR BRASS. 



ROUND. 

Per Fool. 

1 . in - 

1 - 1 6 011 

yi 046 

3 -16 '°5 

A '87 

5 '6 295 

H : 424 

7-»6 575 

A 75 

9-'& 95 

y» ■•'7 

11-16 [ .42 

A '7 

13-16 2 . 

"A 2.3 

15- 16 2.64 

1 3°' 

1 116 3-4 1 

*H 3 85 

1 3 l6 4-29 

»X 4-73 



ROUND 

Per Foot. 
Diaoi., Inches. 

1-16 oil 

yi °45 

3-i6 1 

A ■■■ -'75 

5 l6 275 

H 395 

7-16 54 

A 7' 

9- l(i 9 

y» 1.1 

"-16 ' 35 

A '•« 

131 6 ' 85 

r 8 2. 15 

I5' 6 2.48 

I 2.85 

1 1-16 3 • 20 

'# 3-57 

1 3-i6 3-97 

*% 4-41 



San Francisco anol Sacramento. 



£87 



WEIGHT OF WIRE. 



Thickness by Birmingham Wire Gauge. 



No. of Gauge. Iron. 

oooo 54 . 62 

000 47 . 86 

00 38.27 

° 3°-63 

« 23-85 

2 21-37 

3 I7-78 

4 i5- 01 

5 I2 -82 

6 10.92 

7 8.586 

8 7 . 214 

9 5-805 

10 4-758 

ii 3.816 

12 3'48 

13 2-392 

14 1.826 

IS 1 - .174 

16 1 . 1 19 

17 8915 

18 6363 

'9 4675 

20 3246 

21 2714 

22 2 °79 

23 l6 5 6 

24 '283 

25 106 

26 0859 

27 0678 

28 0510 

29 0448 

30 03S2 

3' 0265 

32 0215 

33 °'7 

34 °'3 

35 0066 

36 0042 



Per 100 Feet. 








Steel. 


Copper. 


Brass. 


55-'3 


62.39 


58-93 


48-32 


54 


67 


51.64 


38.63 


43 


71 


41.28 


30.92 


34 


99 


33 -°5 


24.07 


27 


24 


25-73 


21-57 


24 


4i 


23.06 


17.94 


20 


3 


19.18 


I5-I5 


17 


15 


16.19 


12.95 


14 


65 


1384 


11 .02 


12 


47 


11.78 


8.667 


9 


807 


9.263 


7-283 


8 


241 


7-783 


5-859 


6 


63 


6. 262 


4.803 


5 


435 


5-133 


3-852 


4 


359 


4- I'? 


3->78 


3 


596 


3 397 


2.414 


2 


732 


2.58 


1 843 


2 


085 


1.969 


<-3»7 


1 


569 


1.482 


1 >3 




•279 


1.208 


•9 


1 


018 


.9618 


6423 




7268 


.6864 


.472 




534 


■5043 


.W77 




3709 


■35°2 


-274 




31 


. 2929 


. 2098 




2373 


. 2241 


. 1672 




1892 


.1788 


1296 




■465 


•1384 


.107 




121 1 


1 '44 


.0867 




0981 


. 0926 


.06.S5 




°775 


■0732 


• 0524 




0593 


.056 


.0452 




0; 1 1 


.0483 






0436 


.041 2 


.0267 




0303 


.0286 


.0217 




0245 


.0231 


.0171 




0194 


•0183 


0131 


v 


.0148 


.014 


.0067 




0076 


.0071 


■ 0043 




.0048 


.0046 



YARDS OF IRON WIRE TO BUND LE 



Of 6: 



No. o 

No. 

No. 

No 

No 

No 

No 



fuila. 

71 

94 

. 105 



'43 
.170 
• 203 



No. 



Pounds. 



286 

342 

420 

32-1 

700 





No. 14 1 142 

1468 

'954 

2540 

3150 

4085 

4912 



" 16 


" '7 
" 18 


" '9 

" 20 





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289 



SIZE AND WEIGHT OF ROPE. 



Circum., 
Inchea 



»#■ 

2 

2%. 

2%. 

2%. 

3 • 

iA- 

iA- 

sH- 

4 • 
4A- 
4'A 

5 • 
SA- 

6 . 
6&. 

7 • 
TA- 

8 . 

8#. 

9 



Diameter, 
Inches. 

•• *•■ 

s 
• • TF-- 

.. M-- 
.. #.. 

9 

• • TTT- • 

.. #.. 

■ *•■ 

..if.. 

•• Ji.. 
. . I 

• ■ -A • 

■ ■iyi . 



■ iy*. 
..34. 



. 2 

■ ■*. 

■3 • 



MANILA CORDAGE 



Weight of 
100 Fathoms. 



Feet in 1 
Pound. 



Strain borne by New Ropes, 
Pounds. 



TARRED HEMP. 



Weight ,01 
100 Fathoms 



24. 

3'- 

44- 
60. 

79- 
99. 



■33 

.25 . . *. For ropes in use, de. . 

duct one-third from these 
■ 2 ° figures to allow for chaf 

ing, etc. 



14 
. IO 

. 6 . 



122 s 



146. 
,76. 
207 . 
240. 
275- 
3°5- 
355 • 
395 ■ 
490. 

595 

7°5- 
825 
960. 
1,100. 

M55- 
■ ,4'5- 
I.S8S. 



• 4 

• 3- ; s 

■ 3 • 

• 2#. 

. 2',,. 

. 2 

■ ' ' - ! • 

. I 

InchM. 

10 

■ lA- 

• 5/2. 

■ 5 • 



3,000 
4,000 
5,000 
6,000 
7,000 
8,500 

9.5°° 
1 1,000 
12,500 
14,000 
1 6,000 
20,000 
24,000 

27,000 

3i.5<>° 

37.00° 
42.50° 
48,500 

54.500 
61,500 



Manila Rope is about 10 per cent stronger than Sisal. 



24 

• 34 
40 

• 55 

• 75 
100 

■ I2 5 

■ '55 
190 

■ 225 

■ 265 

■ 300 

■ 355 
405 

■ 455 

■ 5°o 

■ 630 

■ 75o 

. 910 

• ".050 

'•-35 

1.400 

. 1,600 

. 1,820 

• 2,050 



WEIGHT AND STRENGTH OF COIL CHAIN. 



ShoiM 

Si , hi per Hr.:iking Strain, 

lY.iui.U. 

A 50 " 73' 

u .90 3069 

!■•; 4-794 

1.66 1)1).': 

2.10 0-4° s 

2.69 12.320 

3-33 '5-59° 

19 



I jink:. 





Foot. 


Rraak 




. . 4.30. . . 


iq.219 


H 


. 5 OO . . 


• -W274 


.... 


5 9o ... 


27687 


H 


6.66 


32-30I 




8-33 


■ - 


.... 


9-5° 


J 


1 


10.80 


49 280 



S9Q 



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AVERAGE WEIGHTS OF AXLES. 



Indies. Pounds 

i x6 30 

i l M6yi 38 

r M x 7 56 

i#M% 65 

1^x7^ 8S 

I - ; :-; *8 I 00 

1 '4x9 120 

i"iix<)% 150 



Per Set. 



2 XIO'-J 

2^X1 I 

2^X11 

2j4xi2 

3 *>3 

3^x15 600 

3/4*15 7°° 



Pounds. 
...1S5 
. . . 20S 
. . . 240 
. . . 300 

475 



AVERAGE WEIGHTS OF SPRINGS. 



END SPRINCS. 
Per Pair. 

Inches. Pounds 
1^x3x36 29 

1 1^X4x36 36 

1^X3X36 39 

1^x4x36 43 

1^x5x36 5 2 

1^x4x36 51 

'^X5X36 64 

1-^x6x36 75 

2 X5.X36 72 

2 X6X36 83 



SIDE SPRINGS. 
Per Pair. 

Inches. Pounds. 

IJ/2X4X56 37 

1^X5x56 44 

1^X4x56 47 

1^x5x56 55 

2 X5X56 60 

2 X6X56 66 



LAP-WELDED IRON BOILER FLUES. 



Weights and Dimensions. 



Outside Diameter. 

'tf 



2 

2i/ A . 

3 • 



Thickness W. G, 

14 



14 

'3- 
13- 
l 3- 
12 . 

.12. 



Wt. per Foot., 
....>.6 5 

.... I.70 

......85 

.... 2. IO 

2.30 

2.50 

■■••315 
3.60 



Outside. Dlam. 

3'A.... 

3H- — 

4 

5 •••• 

6 .... 

7 .... 



Thickness W. G. 

....II 

.... IO 

.... IO 

.... IO 

9 



Wt. per Ft., U.s. 

4-'5 

5-2° 

5-3° 

5-55 

7-i 

i°5 

12.2 



WROUGHT IRON PIPE. 

AVeigiit and Dimensions. 

For Gas, Steam and Water. 
1 )/ A in. and below Butt welded ; 1 % in. and above Lap welded ; proved to 300 lbs. sq. in., by hydraulic pressure. 



Inside Diam., 

Inrlies. 



\ri u;ii < lutside 1 'i.uii. 
Inches. 



Weight 
Per Foot. 






,%. 



4°S 243 

■54 422 

•675 56l 

.84 845 

1.05 1. 126 

i-3'5 '- 6 7° 

1 .66 2.258 



Inside hiarn., 
Inches. 

2 

2/2... 
3 ■•• 

4 ... 



Actual outside Dlam.) 

Inches. 



Weight, 

Per Foot. 



IQ 2.694 

•2.375 3-«67 

• 2 - s 75 5-773 

•3-5 7547 

•4o 9.055 

•4-5 10.728 



Pressure of Water per Square Inch for Different Heights. 

To compute the pressure per square inch of a column of water, multiply the head in feet by .434. 
ample: 100 feet head, 100X. 434=43.31 pounds pressure per square inch. 



Ex- 



Scltx Francisco and. ScccrarrterLto. 



391 



NUMBER OF NUTS TO 100 LBS. 



Standard Sizes. 



Size of Bolt. 

# 



Diameter of Nut. 



X- 



A- 

_9 
Tu~- 

Va- 
Va 

n- 



• VA ■ 



. %. 

■ Vs. 

• tt- 

• Va- 

■ Va- 
. %. 
. i 

. i 

• i^. 

.1/2. 
.1%. 
. 2 

•■*■ 
.2%. 

■3 • 

■3'K- 

■3#. 

3*- 

•4 • 



SQUARE. 
Thickness of Nut. Diameter of Hole. No. to 100 Lbs. 
l A A 30,000 

••• A A 15.°°° 

■■•■ X A 7.350 

•• ■• A A 3.55° 

— H M 3. 'oo 



A. 
A- 

y*- 

Va- 

Va- 



■ i'A- 
.1%. 

■itf. 



in- 

7 

A- 

A- 
9 

if- 

H- 

21 



■ •*■ 



2.150 

1,850 

1,15° 

875 

810 

575 

45° 
380 

310 

235 

'45 

100 

70 



47^ 

35^ 
*7A 

■ 8^ 
'5 



NUMBER OF WASHERS TO 100 LBS. 

st andard Sizes. 



Dl&me 

i 

''4- 

>'•■ 

-'. 
3 • 



4 ■ 

A- 

A- 

A- 

• A- 
A- 

H 

«• 

■ if- 

■'4. 



Thu-k»e*3 Wirr Cauge. 

i8. 

.6. 

t6. 

16 

14 

14 

12 . 

12. 



X- 
A 
A 
A 

Va- 

■'■ 

■'4 



■53.333 

23.859 
1 4,666 

'-•333 

7.035 

5,000 

3,000 

2,570 

1,650 

1,150 

850 

625 

475 

300 



S9£ 



SxiTvtingtort, Hopkins & Co. 



BOILER RIVETS. 















Weight Per 


100. 








Length , — 

Under Head. '_i 






TV 








% 


H 


H 


■j, 

/A 


% 


1 


I 


'-895 


4.848 


9.660 


16.79 


26.49 


39-3 


55-2 


i'A. 








2.067 


5- 2 35 


10.34 


17.86 


27.99 


41.4 


57-9 


i#. 








2.238 


5.616 


1 1.04 


I8.96 


29.61 


43-5 


60.7 


I- : c. 








2.410 


6.003 


"■73 


20.03 


3'-'3 


45- 6 


63-4 


1',. 








2.5S2 


6.402 


12.43 


2I.04 


32-74 


47-8 


66.2 


1 ■ 








2-754 


6.789 


13.12 


22.1 1 


34-25 


499 


689 


I*. 








2.926 


7.179 


13.81 


23.2I 


35 86 


52.0 


7>-7 


I#. 








3.09S 


7.566 


■4-5° 


24.28 . 


37-37 


54-' 


74-4 


2 








3.269 


7-95 6 


r 5-i9 


25.48 


38.99 


563 


77-2 


2'/i. 








3-441 


8-343 


15.88 


26.56 


40.40 


58.4 


79-9 


*%■ 








3613 


8-733 


16.57 


27.65 


42.11 


60.5 


82.7 


2%£ . 








3-78S 


9.120 


17.26 


28.73 


43-67 


62.6 


854 


'&■ 








3-957 


9-5 11 


17-95 


29.82 


45-24 


64.8 


88.2 










4.129 


9.898 


18.64 


3O.9O 


46.80 


669 


90.9 


2%. 








4-3 01 


10.29 


'9-33 


3 T -99 


48.36 


69.0 


93-7 


2%. 








4-473 


10.67 


20.02 


33- °8 


49.92 


71. 1 


96'4 


3 








4.644 


1 1.06 


20.71 


34.18 


5 1 49 


73-3 


99 2 


z'A- 








4.816 


11 44 


21.40 


35-27 


53-°5 


75-4 


101.9 


z%- 








4.988 


11.84 


22.09 


36-35 


54- 6 1 


77-5 


104.7 


3tt- 








5.160 


12.23 


22.78 


37-44 


5 6 - 1 7 


79.6 


107.4 


s'A- 








5-332 


12.62 


23.48 


38-52 


57-74 


81.8 


1 10. 2 










5-504 


13.01 


24.17 


39.60 


59-3o 


83-9 


1 1 2.9 


sH- 








5.676 


•3-39 


24.86 


40.69 


60.86 


86.0 


116 7 


irt- 








5.848 _ 


'3-78 


25-55 


41.78 


62.42 


88.1 


1 19.4 


4 ■ 








6.019 


14.17 


26.24 


42.87 


63 99 


9o-3 


121. 2 


A'A- 








6.191 


14.56 


26.93 


43-94 


6555 


92.4 


123.9 


4%- 








6.363 


'4-95 


27.62 


45.01 


67. ii 


94 5 


126.6 



COPPER BELT RIVETS AND BURS. 

Number in One Pound. 



Length, ii 




5-16 


a 


7-16 


% 


9-16 


H 


% 


% 


1 


m 


IM 


W2 


Burs. 


No. 7.. 


. . 272 


250 


228 


180 


164 


160 


148 


121 


116 


I DO 


84 


80 


69 


345 


No. 8.. 


. .276 


248 


208 


200 


178 


172 


'52 


'36 


•3° 


104 


96 






39° 


No. 9 . . 


• -34o 


280 


272 


248 


228 


220 


184 


I7 6 


'56 


.36 








610 


No. 10. . 


••544 


448 


384 


340 


3°4 


300 


272 


238 


204 










716 


No. 12 . . 


..588 


5'2 


452 


404 


364 


334 


3°4 


272 












985 



RAILROAD SPIKES. 



Length, In. 

4#. •■■ 

4 ^.... 
5 •■■■ 
5 .... 
5 .... 
5 •••• 
5 ■••• 



Tnickness, inches. 

• ••■•ft 

• • • • K 

■ -H 

••••ft 

....# .... 

••••ft 

...M 



No. per 100 Pounds. 

35' 

267 

•••• 473 

326 

260 

197 

172 



I..114I Ii lli.-iif-.. 

$%■■■■ 
$%■■■■ 

$%■■■■ 
6 .... 
6 .... 
6 .... 



Dhfokneaa, Inches. 

% 

.'.'.'.'.'.ft'.'.'.'.'. 



No. per 100 Pounds. 

237 

193 

146 

207 

175 

131 



Scltx JPrartctsco ccrtd. SctcrcuTherito. 



293 



4 Inch. 

*A " 

5 " • 



CUT SPIKES. 

Average Number per Found. 



SA Inch 6 

6 " 4 



SHIP SPIKES. 

Average. Number per lOO [Pounds. 



Thickness, 
Inches. 

/,... 

%... 

ft--- 
A--- 
A--- 
*•■■ 
A • • ■ 
ft... 



Length, 
Inches, 

• 3 • 

■■lA- 
..4 .. 

■4 l A- 
•5 ■■ 
■■!%■ 
..4 .. 

■ 4#- 

■ ■5 • 
..6 . 



No. in 
100 Pounds. 

•• ■■1.5°° 
. . ..I,2 6o 
. . ..I, IOO 

976 

. . . . 920 
... 8o 5 

■■•• 757 

. . . . 710 

. . . . 620 

.... 580 

.... 495 



Thickness, 

Indies. 

ft... 
ft... 
ft... 
ft--- 
ft--- 
ft--- 
•A... 
A-.. 
A... 
'A... 



Length, 

1 11. lies. 



No. in 

100 Pounds. 
.... 380 

322 

304 

.... 297 
256 

.... 200 

.... 204 

171 

l6o 

I4S 



NAILS. 



Average No. per Pound. Ordinary Cut. 



Sine. Length. 

3d fine i}& inch 



3d. 
4 d. 

Sd. 

6d. 

8d. 

lod . 



■ *A 
• 3 



. 760 
. 4S0 
.300 
. 200 
. 190 

• 9= 
. 60 



Length. 

1 2d 3 '4 inch . 

2od 4 " • 

3°d 4. , 2 " • 

4°d 5 " • 

S°d S A " • 

6od 6 " . 



So. in Lb. 

44 

24 

18 

M 

12 

10 



Clinch. 



Length, in.'h. 
2 

«tf 

.... 
3 



No. in Lb. 
...152 

•■ '33 
.. . 92 
.. . 72 
...60 



sue. 

6d. 

8d. 
iod . 
1 2d. 



Fence. 



No. in Lb. 

... So 
...50 

• •34 
...29 



Finishing. 



4d. 

5d 

6d. 

8d. 

iod . 



. . 2 



No. in Lb. 
...384 

5« 

. 204 
. 102 
. 80 



£94 



HixntirLgtoTL, Hopkins & Co. 



EMERY AND CORUNDUM 

Are Ranked or Graded as fblloAvs. 

No. S-io represent A Wood Rasp 

No. 16-20 " A Cabinet Rasp 

No. 24-30 " , A Cabinet File 

No. 36-40 " A Bastard Cut File 

No. 46-60 " A Second Cut File 

No. 70-80 " A Smooth Cut File 

100-1 20 (FFF) represent A Dead Smooth File 

Kmery Paper and Cloth 



Compare with Emery as follows 

Emery No. Crocus 

Paper or Cloth " 000 



Flour 


120 


100 


90 


80 


70 


60 


54 


46 


00 





IOO 


y* 


■ 


•y* 


2 


2/2 


3 



WEIGHT OF LEAD PIPE PER FOOT. 



Inside Diam , A 

Inches Strong. 

Lit. oz. 
I 12 

Yt 2 8 

% 3 ° 

I 4 o 

''A 4 12 



B 

Medium. 

Lb. oz. 



3 12 



Light. 

I.I. oz 



COMPRESSED BUCK SHOT AND BALLS. 



No. 3 

No. 2 

No. 1 

No. o » \ 



■100 

an 



No. of Balls 

to the Lb, 

288 

225 

172 

140 



Diameter. 

No 00 ,V inch . 

No. 000 

Balls 

Balls 



No. of Ball* 
to the Lb, 



■100 

8 a 

i mi 



"3 
100 

?s 

50 



PATENT FINISHED DROP SHOT 



American Standard Sizes. 



Diameter. 

No. 12 jJu inch . 

100 

100 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



•100 

9 

100 

1 

100 



v. .,1 Shot 

to tl / 



2,326 

1.346 

. 848 

. 56S 

■ 399 

291 

. 218 

. 168 



No. 4.. 
No. 3. 
No. 2 . . 
No. 1 . . 
No. B. 



No. BBB. 



1 '1-111 


eter. 


1 :: 
1 n 


inch 


1 4 

1 Nil 


a 


1 6 

1 11 1. 


11 


1 IXI 


1 






1 OQ 





No Ol Shol 

t. ■ the 01 



'3 2 

ic6 

86 

7' 

59 

■ 5° 

• 42 



Seen. IPrcincisco cured. Sacrccrrierito. 



£95 



SHEET RUBBER PACKING. 

Weight per Square Yard. 



Thickness 132 1-16 3-32 

Pounds, about 2% 5 "jyi 



X 



3-16 
>5 



A 
20 



BELTING. 

Horse-power of a belt equals velocity in feet per minute, multiplied by the width — the sum divided by 1000. 

One inch single belt moving at 1000 feet per minute equals 1 horse-power. 

Double belts about 700 feet per minute, per 1 inch width, equals 1 horse-power. 

For double belts of great length, over large pulleys, allow about 500 feet per minute per 1 inch of width per 
horse-power. 

Power should be communicated through the lower running side of a belt ; the upper side to carry the slack 

Average breaking weight of a belt 3-16x1 inch wide— Leather, 530 pounds ; 3 ply rubher, 600 pounds. 

The strength of a belt increases directly as its width. The coefficient of safety for a laced belt is: Leather 
equals 1- 1 6 breaking weight ; Rubber equals }% breaking weight. 

To find Length of Belting when closely rolled. 

The sum of the diameters of the roll and the eye in inches, multiplied by the number of turns made by the 
belt, and this product multiplied by the decimal . 1309 will equal length of the belt in feet. 



GRINDSTONES. 
To and the Weight. 



Square the diameter (in inches), multiply by thickness (in inches), then multiply by decimal .06363. 

EXAMPLK. — Find the weight of a stone 4 feet 6 inches in diameter and 7 inches thi< k. 4 feet 6 inches = 
54 inches; square of 54 2,916 ; multiplied by 7=20,412 : multiplied by .o6363 = Ans_, 1,298815 lbs., which 
is weight of stone. 



To find the 1 irt uraference of a circle, the diameter being given : Multiply the diameter by 3. 1416. 



To fmd the diametei of a tin le, the circumference being given : Divide the circumference by 3. 1416. 



To find the area of a circle, the diameter being given : Multiply the square of the diameter by .7854. 



To find the area of a circle, the diameter and circumference both being given : Multiply the diameter and 
circumference together, and divide the product by 4. 



To find the cubic contents of .1 cylinder, the diameter and length being given : Multiply the square of the 
diameter by .7854, and the product by the length. 



&96 HxuntingtoTt, Hopkins & Co., S. F. and. Sac. 



TO TEST IRON AND STEEL. 



A medium even grain with fibres denotes good iron. 

A soft, tough iron, if broken gradually, gives long silky fibres of leaden gray hue, which twist together and 
cohere before breaking. 

Badly refined iron gives a short, blackish fibre on fracture. A very fine grain denotes hard, steely iron, 
likely to be cold-short and hard. 

Coarse grain, with bright crystallized fracture or discolored spots, indicate cold-short, brittle iron, which 
works easily when heated, and welds well. Cracks on the edge of a bar are indications of hot-short iron. 

Cood iron is readily heated, is soft under the hammer and throws out few sparks. 

Cood steel, in its soft state, has a curved fracture and a uniform gray lustre ; in its hard state, a dull, silvery, 
uniform white. Cracks, threads or sparkling particles denote bad quality. 

Good steel will not bear a white heat without falling to pieces, and will crumble under the hammer at a 
bright red heat, while at a middling heat it may be drawn out under the hammer to a fine point. Care should 
be taken that before attempting to draw it out to a point, the fracture is not concave, and should it be so, the 
end should be filed to an obtuse point before operating. Steel should be drawn out to a fine point and 
plunged into cold water ; the fractured point should scratch glass. 

To test its toughness, place a fragment on a block of cast iron, if good it will he driven by the blow of 
a hammer into the cast iron : if poor, it will crush under the blow. 

Nitric acid will produce a black spot on steel ; the darker the spot the harder the steel. Iron, on the con- 
trary, remains bright if touched with nitric acid. 

To restore burnt iron. Give a smart heat, protected from the air ; if injured by cold hammering, anneal 
slowly and moderately ; if hard or steely, give one or more smart heats to extract the carbon. 



TO PROTECT IRON AND STEEL FROM RUST. 



Prof. F. Grace Calvert, of England, has discovered that the carbonates of potash and soda possess the same 
property of protecting iron and steel from rust as do those alkalies in a caustic state. If an iron blade is half 
immersed in a solution of either of the above named carbonates, it exerts so protective an action that that por- 
tion of the iron which is exposed to the influence of the damp atmosphere does not oxidize, even after a period 
of two years. 

Similar results have been obtained with sea water to which have been added the carbonates of potash or 
soda. The applications of this fact are numerous and important.