Note: Many of my clients are farmers, artisans, inventors, cooks, students of history, etc. Seeking specific information related to their fields of interest. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Types of Recipes Featured in this Book (General Only, See Full Contents Below): Farm Farmer Home House Rural Country Farming Farrier Rustic Pioneer Emigrant Frontier Victorian Medical Doctor Home Folk Remedies Herbal Botanicals Remedy Home-made Cure First Aid Wound Treatment Fever Veterinarian Vet Baker Pharmacy Apothecary Druggist Bartender Saloon Cider Civil War Home Brew Ale Beer Wine Soda Ice Cream Flavor Syrup Baking Preserving Honey Vinegar Bakers Cookbook Cook Book Cookery Cooking Cake Jumbles Gingerbread Cookies Biscuit Bread Pie Pastry Pudding Fritters Butter Curing Smoking Smoked Meat Hams Fruit Vegetables Preserves Pickling Soap Making Washing Toilet Laundry Cements Glue Waterproof Candle Making Fence Posts Hardware Vermin Household Hints How-To Horse Cattle Livestock Blacksmith Tanning Leather Shoes Boots Painting Varnishing Etching Dyes Dyeing Carriages Bees Bee-Keeping Apiary Tinner Tinning Guns Gunsmithing Iron Steel Lacquer Plating Copper Jewelry Jeweler Coloring Staining Barber Cloves Capsicum Mandrake Root Blue Vervain Peruvian Bark Wild Cherry Tree Bark Balmony (snakehead) Tansy Colombo Root Gentian Virginia Snake Root Valerian Root Balsam Copaiba Colocynth Gelseminum Arrowroot Opium Ergot Wild Black Cherries Blue Flag Root Peruvian Bark Sarsaparilla Conium Sage Cayenne Tobacco White Oak Root Pokeberry Yellow Dock Root Carrots Blood-root Red Oak Bark Root of White Lily Rosin Red Clover Henbane Nux Vomica Rhubarb Root Lobelia Ipecacuanha Camomile Flowers Pennyroyal Boneset Senna Leaf Jalap Butternut Peppermint Leaf Fennel Seed Saffron Spearmint Catnip Smart Weed Horse Mint Live Forever Sweet Clover Sweet Elder Hellebore Root Sassafras Hemlock Catechu Wormwood Wintergreen Origanum Tamarack Bark Dandelion Root Hops Spikenard Root Jimson Leaves Black Cohosh Root Tory Weed Prickly Ash Berries Yellow Poplar Bark Dog-wood Bark Wahoo Root Elecampane Root Angelica Root Comfrey Root Hoarhound Tops Chestnut Leaves Bayberry Bark Ginger Root Honduras Sarsaparilla Burdock Root Queen of the Meadow Root Dwarf-elder Horse-radish Root Pod Milkweed or Silkweed Indian Turnip Leptandrin Sumac Root Upland Ash or Black Ash Bark Hickory Nut Tag Alder Carolina Pink Root Senna Leaf Manna American Worm Seed Elm Bark Balm of Gilead Buds Balsam of Fir Whortleberries Sumac Bobs Black Snake-root Spotted Alder Leaves. CHASE'S RECIPES; Or, Information for Everybody: An Invaluable Collection of About Eight Hundred Practical Recipes, For Merchants, Grocers, Saloon Keepers, Physicians, Druggists, Tanners, Shoe Makers, Harness Makers, Painters, Jewelers, Blacksmiths, Tanners, Gunsmiths, Farriers, Barbers, Bakers, Dyers, Renovaters, Farmers and Families Generally, With a Rational Treatment of Pleurisy, Inflammation of the Lungs, and other Inflammatory Diseases, and also for General Female Debility and Irregularities; All Arranged in their Appropriate Departments.Published by the Author in 1867. 6¾" x 4½" cloth hardcover. Condition: VERY GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION. Exterior in nice shape with minor wear, as seen in photos. Text is clean and complete with typical foxing and toning.
No torn, loose or missing pages. This is a 154-year old wonder book of cooking recipes, home cures and remedies, practical instructions and general advice for an incredible range of daily wants, published by the author himself. It came out immediately after the Civil War, at a time when Americans were dreaming of starting new lives on the Western frontier. To homesteaders and their kin, this book was like a bible of self-reliance.
No good pioneer's home would have been without its own treasured copy. The largest portion of the book is devoted to cures and remedies, with treatments for numerous ailments ranging from simple first-aid to diseases like tuberculosis and cancer. Many of these are what would be called folk remedies.Traditional medicines and preparations handed down by word of mouth. The author calls them Old Grandmother prescriptions. Many persons will stick up their noses at these "Old Grandmother prescriptions, " but I will tell many "upstart Physicians" that our grandmothers are carrying more information out of the world by their deaths, than will ever be possessed by this class of "sniffers, " and I really thank God, so do thousands of others, that He has enabled me, in this work, to reclaim such an amount of it for the benefit of the world. Many, many of these folk remedies employ herbal or botanical components.
The book has no section specifically labeled "Herbal Remedies, " but they can be found throughout the Medical section. I personally browsed the Medical section and found the following herbal/botanicals specified in the cures. Cloves Capsicum Mandrake Root Blue Vervain Peruvian Bark Wild Cherry Tree Bark Balmony (snakehead) Tansy Colombo Root Gentian Virginia Snake Root Valerian Root Balsam Copaiba Colocynth Gelseminum Arrowroot Opium Ergot Wild Black Cherries Blue Flag Root Peruvian Bark Sarsaparilla Conium Sage Cayenne Tobacco White Oak Root Pokeberry Yellow Dock Root Carrots Blood-root Red Oak Bark Root of White Lily Rosin Red Clover Henbane Nux Vomica Rhubarb Root Lobelia Ipecacuanha Camomile Flowers Pennyroyal Boneset Senna Leaf Jalap Butternut Peppermint Leaf Fennel Seed Saffron Spearmint Catnip Smart Weed Horse Mint Live Forever Sweet Clover Sweet Elder Hellebore Root Sassafras Hemlock Catechu Wormwood Wintergreen Origanum Tamarack Bark Dandelion Root Hops Spikenard Root Jimson Leaves Black Cohosh Root Tory Weed Prickly Ash Berries Yellow Poplar Bark Dog-wood Bark Wahoo Root Elecampane Root Angelica Root Comfrey Root Hoarhound Tops Chestnut Leaves Bayberry Bark Ginger Root Honduras Sarsaparilla Burdock Root Queen of the Meadow Root Dwarf-elder Horse-radish Root Pod Milkweed or Silkweed Indian Turnip Leptandrin Sumac Root Upland Ash or Black Ash Bark Hickory Nut Tag Alder Carolina Pink Root Senna Leaf Manna American Worm Seed Elm Bark Balm of Gilead Buds Balsam of Fir Whortleberries Sumac Bobs Black Snake-root Spotted Alder Leaves. Whether the remedies work or not, I don't know.Try them at your own risk. But this is the kind of household medical advice people had at their disposal back in 1866. The "Saloon Department" is equally fascinating. Here, the author explains in detail how to make a number of beers, ciders, sodas and other potables. For example, "Lemon Beer" was apparently popular in the 1860s -- just think, with this book you can brew your own and actually sample a drink (or several) that Civil War soldiers probably imbibed. Between the "Grocers Department" and the "Bakers' Department, " you can also find recipes for a variety of breads, cakes and jellies, how to preserve fruits and meats, and more.
With this book, you can prepare yourself a Civil War era feast. A book like this would no doubt come in very handy for Civil War re-enactors, or for writers who wish to add period authenticity to their work.Horse owners and equestrians will be very interested in the "Farriers' Section" of DR. He prescribes a number of cures and treatments for horse ailments and disabilities, even going out of his way to include a section on how to treat a horse with a broken leg as an alternative to shooting it. Chase clearly loved horses, and he writes, Let every fair means be tried, before you consent to take the life, even of a broken-legged horse. The other portions of the book include a number of tips and techniques for blacksmithing, tinning, cabinet-making, paint-making and more. These sections would undoubtedly appeal to metalworkers, woodworkers, craftspeople and especially folks restoring period homes who are looking for period paints and finishes. Chase himself cites some of his reasons for writing this book. First, much of the information contained in Dr.
Chase's Recipes; or Information for Everybody, has never before been published, and is adapted to everyday use. His travels have brought him in contact with all classes of Professional and Business men, Mechanics, Farriers and Farmers, thus enabling him to obtain from them, many additional items, always having had his note book with him, and whenever a prescription was given before him, or a remark made, that would have a practical bearing, it has been noted, and at the first opportunity tested, then if good, written out in plain language expressly for the next edition of this work.In this way this mass of information has been collected and ought to take away an objection which some persons have raised: It is too much for one man to know! Because they did not realize that the work had been made up from others as well as the Author's actual every day experience, instead of from untried books.. CHASE'S RECIPES is a historical and cultural time-capsule of rare information about how people in the Civil War era lived, worked, ate and drank. It is loaded with recipes, formulas, cures, etc. - so detailed, so complete, that you can actually reproduce those foodstuffs, medicines, drinks, etc. Today, 150 years later (again, at your own risk). The only way I can truly demonstrate the full scope of this book is to show its contents below. Frankly, I think you'll be amazed by what you'll find. There are also some photos of the book at the bottom of this page. I hope you'll take a few moments to have a look. Cures, Treatments and Medicines: Alcohol in medicine, preferable to Brandy, Rum or Gin Ague Medicines Ague Bitters Ague Powder Ague Mixture without Quinine Ague cure by a clairvoyant How to cure ague for a penny Ague anodyne Febrifuge wine Tonic Water tincture Soot coffee How to relieve Night Sweats General improved treatment for Bilious, Typhoid and Scarlet Fevers, Congestive, Chills, etc. Also valuable in diarrhea, summer complaint, cholera-infantum and all forms of fever in children Febrifuge for fevers in general Febrifuge Tea Febrifuge fever liniment Febrifuge for typhoid fever Febrifuge balsam Febrifuge for scarlet fever Febrifuge for congestive or sinking chill Lemonade for fever patients Professor Hufeland's drink for fever patients Professor Platt's Treatment for Uterine Hemorrhages Dyspepsia and its treatment Laryngitis and its treatment Sore throat liniment The method of Dr.
Landolfi (Surgeon-General of the Neapolitan Army) to cure cancers Dr. Judkins method to cure cancers L.Hodgkins' method to cure cancers Cancer-curing method of Rev. Cuyler of Poughkeepsie, NY Great English Remedy to cure cancer Red Oak Bark for curing cancer Professor R. Newton's treatment for cancer Professor Calkin's paste for curing cancer Treatment for costiveness (constipation) How to cure chronic gout How to cure paralysis, if recent Paralysis liniment How to cure Enlarged Tonsils How to cure Sick Head Ache Preparations to cure Sweating Sweating Drops Treating Sweating with burning alcohol Imperial Drop for Gravel and Kidney Complaints Cod liver oil Syrup for treating consumptives General information for treating consumption Chlorate of potash for consumption Remarks on the use of fat meats as a preventive of consumption Dr. Peabody's Cure for Jaundice in its Worst Forms Successful Remedies for Piles Pile Cerate Treatment for External Piles Mrs. Morehead's treatment for piles G. Rogers' treatment for piles Dr.
Raymond's treatment for piles and cracked nipples Simple cures for piles Hoffman's Anondyne for neuralgia Laudanum Paregoric Bateman's Pectoral Drops Godfrey's Cordial Cures for Inflammatory Rheumatism -- Bill Wright's and Other Cures Rheumatic Liniment Rheumatic liniment of J. Hitchcox of Ypsilanti Michigan Alvah Raymond's pneumatic liniment Dr.
Kittredge's Remedy for rheumatism French and other remedies for chronic rheumatism Crab apple tree bark for curing chronic rheumatism Green Bay Indian's Remedy for Rheumatism Asthma remedies Thompson's Composition Powder Dyspeptic Tea A Perfect Cure for Drunkenness Stimulant in Low Fevers and After Uterine Hemorrhages Alteratives - Syrup or Blood Purifier Alterative, Very Strong Alterative Cathartic - Powder Alterative, Tonic, and Cathartic Bitters Diuretics Diuretic Drops Diuretic Decoction Diuretic Tincture Diuretic for Children Dropsy Treatment - Syrup and Pills Irritating Plaster - Extensively Used by Eclectics Inflammation of the Liver Eclectic Liver Pill Liver Pill Improved Liver Drops for Obstinate Cases Ointment for Ulcerated Liver, Ague Cake, etc Pills - Nervous Pills How to Sugar Coat Pills Anondyne Pills Croup - A Simple but Effectual Remedy Dutch Remedy for Croup Croup Ointment Vermifuges, or Worm Remedies Professor Freeman's Vermifuge Oil Worm Tea Worm Cake - English Remedy Tape-Worm - A Simple but Effectual Remedy Coughs - Cough Lozenges Pulmonic Wafers Remedy for Coughs from Recent Colds Cough Mixture for Recent Colds Cough Candy Cough Syrup Cough Tincture Whooping Cough Syrup Cough Pill Whooping Cough Syrup Opodeldoc Liquid Cordial for Diarrhea Diarrhea Tincture Diarrhea Drops Diarrhea Syrup Wintergreen Berries for the treatment of Diarrhea Diarrhea and canker tea for the treatment of diarrhea and bloody flux Cholera tincture Cholera preventive Cholera cordial German cholera tincture Egyptian Cure for Cholera India Prescription for Cholera Nature's Cholera Medicine Treatment of Cholic and Cholera Morbidus Common Cholic Carminatives and their Uses Seidlitz Powders - Genuine Dr. Phinney's Remedy for Diptheria, furnished by Dr. Phinney of Boston Cathartics - Vegetable Physic Indian Cathartic Pills Toothache and Neuralgia Remedies A Homeopathic Tooth Cordial Internal Remedy for Neuralgia King of Oils for Neuralgia How to Make Essences How to Make Tinctures Cure for Tetter, Ringworm and Barber's Itch Narrow-leaved dock root as a cure for tetter or ring worm Balsams - Dr.Hutchins Indian Healing Cough Balsam To prevent pitting of the face by Small Pox To cure Bronchocele, Enlarged Neck Pain Killer, reputed to be Perry Davis' Description of Inflammatory Diseases Causes of Inflammation Treatment of Inflammation Pleurisy Causes of Pleurisy Indications of Pleurisy Treatment of Pleurisy Inflammation of the Lungs - Causes, Symptoms, Indications and Treatment Female Debi1ity and Irregularities - Causes, Symptoms, Indications, Treatment Female Laxative Pill Female Laxative and Anodyne Pill Pill for Painful Menstruation Tea - Injection for Leucorrhea Injection for Chronic Female Complaints. First Aid: Camphor Ice for treating chapped hands or lips Salve for burns Dr. Downer's salve for burns Poultice for buns and frozen flesh Garden and kitchen salve for burns and frost bites To cure itching feet from frost bites Good Samaritan Liniments, Improved Liniment for old sores Dr. Raymond's liniment German Rheumatic Fluid Cook's Electro-Magnetic liniment Liniment for spinal affections Great London Liniment Gum liniment Patent liniment Lobelia and Cayenne liniment Liniment said to be St. John's Ointments for old sores Judkins' Ointment Sisson's Ointment Green Ointment Dr. Kittredge's Celebrated Ointment Mead's Salt-Rheum Ointment Itch Ointment Magnetic Ointment Stramonium Ointment Toad Ointment for strains, sprains To prevent and cure snake bites and hydrophobia, or rabies Bark of the white upland ash to cure rabies, recommended by A. Hubbard of Boone County, Illinois Saxon Remedy to cure hydrophobia or rabies Quaker remedy to cure hydrophobia or rabies, furnished by Jacob Ely of Lloydsville Ohio Tribune's Cure for hydrophobia, or rabies, furnished by J. Woolston of Philadelphia Remedy for snake bites Remedy for Snake-bitten Cattle Eye Preparation, submitted by Dr. Raymond of Grass Lake, Michigan India Prescription for Sore Eyes An eye treatment by an eye doctor of Xenia Ohio Cook's Eye Water, by Dr. Pinny of Ypsilanti Michigan Tobacco Eye Water Verdigris and honey for sore eyes Raw potato poultice for inflamed eyes Slippery-elm poultice for sore eyes To remove films from the eye Lime water to remove films from the eyes Eye salve To remove the granulations from sore eyes Plasters and salves for fever sores Black salve for fever sores Red salve for fever sores Mandrake root for fever sores Indian Cure for fever sores, used by an Indian physician in Cleveland to cure G. Patterson of Ashtabula Ohio Kitridge's Salve, procured from S. Newton, Mooreville Michigan Fever Sore Poultice Yeast poultice Salve for fever sores, abscesses, broken breasts, etc Salve for fever sores, cuts, etc Fever sore treatment related by William Howell of Jackson Michigan Green Mountain salve for rheumatic pain Conklin's celebrated salve Balm of Gilead salve Adhesive plaster or salve for deep wounds, cuts, etc.
In place of stitches Peleg White's Old Salve, obtained of Mr. Langtrea Horse radish root for pain relief How to Extract Teeth with Little or No Pain Dentrifice which removes Tartareous Adhesions, Arrests Decay and Induces a Healthy Action of the Gums Tooth-Wash to Remove Blackness Excellent Tooth Powder Doctor Mitchel's Balsam for Cuts, Bruises, etc. Mitchel of Pennsylvania Artificial skin for Burns, Bruises, Abrasions, etc. Water-proof Discutients to Scatter Swellings Antidote for poisons.Beers: How to make home-brewed ale How to make Root Beer How to make Spruce or Aromatic Beer How to make Lemon Beer How to make Ginger Beer How to make Philadelphia Beer How to make Patent Gas beer How to make Corn Beer, without yeast How to make English Improved Strong Beer. Sodas and Confections: How to make Cream Soda using cow's cream, for fountains How to make Cream Nectar, Imperial How to make Ginger Pop How to make Ice Cream, very cheap How to make Lawton Blackberry and its cultivation How to make Lemonade to carry in the pocket How to make Molasses Candy and Pop Corn Balls How to make Persian Sherbet How to make Soda Water without a machine for bottling. Syrups: How to make syrups for the various colors How to make syrups for artificial flavors: Raspberry, Strawberry, Pine-Apple, Sarsaparilla, etc How to make Lemon Syrup How to make Common Lemon Syrup, to save the loss of lemons How to make Soda Syrup with or without fountains. Wines: How to make Wines: Currant, Cherry, Elderberry and other Berry wines How to make Rhubarb or English Patent Wine How to make Tomato Wine How to make wine from white currants How to make Ginger Wine How to make Blackberry Wine How to make Port Wine How to make Cider Wine How to make Grape Wine How to make coloring for wines.
Yeasts: How to make Hop Yeast How to make Baker's Yeast How to make Jug Yeast without yeast to start with How to make Yeast Cake. Miscellaneous: How to prevent flatness in bottles of Porter, Ale or Wine for the invalid How to make stomach bitters equal to Hostetters, but for one fourth the cost How to make false Scheidam Schnapps How to make Sham Champagne, a purely Temperance drink How to make Spanish Gingerette How to make Tripe to prepare and pickle How to make Oyster Soup. How to make vinegar in barrels without trouble How to make vinegar from sugar, drippings from sugar hogsheads, etc. How to make vinegar from acetic acid and molasses, apple cider How to make vinegar in three days, without drugs How to make vinegar quickly by standing upon shavings. Cakes: How to make Federal Cake How to make Rough-and-Ready Cake How to make Sponge Cake with sour milk How to make Sponge Cake with sweet milk How to make Surprise Cake How to make Sugar Cake How to make Ginger Cake How to make tea or cup cake How to make Cake, nice, without eggs or milk How to make Pork Cake without butter, milk or eggs How to make Ginger Snaps How to make Jelly Cake How to make Roll Jelly Cake Cake Table - 15 kinds: Pound, Genuine Whig, Shrewsbury, Training, Nut Cake, Short Cake, Cymbals, Burk Cake, Jumbles, Ginger-Bread, Wonders, Cookies, York Biscuit, Common, and Loaf How to make Molasses Cake How to make Marbled Cake How to make Silver Cake How to make a Gold Cake How to bake a Bride Cake How to make a Fruit Cake How to make frosting or icing for cakes.Breads and Biscuits: How to make excellent crackers How to make Sugar Crackers How to make Naples Biscuit How to make Buckwheat Shortcake How to make Yeast Cake How to make Yankee Brown Bread How to make Graham Bread How to make Brown Bread Biscuit How to make Dyspeptics' Biscuit and Coffee How to make London Baker's Superior Loaf Bread How to make Old Bachelor's Bread, Biscuit or Pie Crust The New French Method of making Bread Baking powders for biscuits, without shortening. Pies: How to make Lemon Pie, extra nice How to make pie crust glaze How to make Apple Pie which is digestible How to make Apple Custard Pie How to make Apple Custard, very nice. Puddings: How to make Biscuit Pudding, without rebaking A recipe for Old English Christmas Plum Pudding How to make and bake Indian Pudding How to make Indian pudding, to boil A quick recipe for Indian Pudding Flour Pudding, to boil How to make Potato Pudding A recipe for Green Corn Pudding Steamed Pudding, how to make it How to prepare a spreading sauce for pudding. Apple Recipes: How to bake apples "Steamboat Style" How to make Fried Apples, extra nice How to make Apple Fritters How to make Apple Meringue Etc.
How to Fry Bread better than toast How to make German-style toast How to make Back-Woods Preserves How to make Medicated Waters: Rose Water, Cinnamon Water, Peppermint, Spearmint and Pennyroyal Waters, Camphor Water. Meats: How to have pork fresh from winter killing, for summer frying Salt pork for frying, nearly equal to fresh How to preserve smoked meat for years, or for sea voyages The Rural New Yorker's Method of preserving smoked meat The New England Farmer's "Saving the Bacon" How to preserve and pickle beef for long periods The Michigan Farmers' Method for pickling and preserving beef How to pickle beef for winter or present use and for drying How to pickle mutton hams for drying T.
Hamilton's Maryland Method of picking mutton hams. Fruits and Vegetables: How to can Peaches and Pears How to can Berries, Plums and Cherries How to can Strawberries How to can Tomatoes Cement for canning fruits The Rural New Yorker's Method for preserving fruits How to make Tomato Catchup or Catsup How to make Currant Catchup How to prepare Tomato Preserves How to dry Currants with sugar How to make a more healthy and better flavored coffee for one fourth the expense of common coffee How to pickle apples How to pickle peaches How to peel peaches How to pickle plums How to pickle cucumbers. Adhesives: How to make cements for china, which withstands fire and water Russian cement How to make a cheap and valuable cement How to make water-proof cement for cloth or belting How to make furniture glue for house use How to make white cement How to make komteen How to make German cement How to make scrap-book paste How to make a cement to prevent leaking around chimneys How to make liquid and waterproof glues How to make "Magic Paper" for transferring figures in embroidery or impressions of leaves for herbariums.
How to cure cholic in horses or persons How to prepare a sure remedy for bot flies How to cure ring bone and spavins O. Marshall, the Champion Horse-Shoer, and Farrier of White Pigeon, Michigan How to prepare spavin liniment How to prepare splint and spavin liniment Bog-spavin and wind-gall ointment, also good for curbs, splints, ring bones and bone spavin How to prepare Sweeny liniment How to prepare a positive cure for poll-evil and fistula Norwegian cure for poll-evil and fistula A remedy for looseness or scouring in horses and cattle, in use for over 70 years De Gray or Sloan's Horse Ointment Condition powders, reputed to be St. John's How to prepare a cathartic condition powder Horse liniments for stiff-neck from poll evils How to prepare nerve and bone liniment Treatment of broken limbs instead of inhumanly shooting the horse Wound balsam for horse or human flesh How to cure grease heel and common scratches A remedy for saddle and harness gal1s, bruises and abrasions, etc How to cure sores from chafing of the bits How to relieve heaves, various recipes How to distinguish and cure distemper Dohertys description of how to shoe horses for winter travel A remedy for founder How to prepare a physic ball for horses A sure remedy for hoof ail in sheep How to prepare eye water for horses and cattle How to tame wild and vicious horses. English Recipes: Horse ointment, purge for a horse, cordial for a horse, sore back, splint, spavin Horses To water How to manage an unmanageable horse Maggots in sheep Liniment for bruises, sprains and spavins Weak eyes or hooks How to make eye lotion Eye wash Fistula or poll evil Fistula after it breaks Liquid for fistula or poll evil Stiff shoulders or Sweeney Hoof bound or tender feet Hoof liquid Hoof evil or thrush, grease heels How to make the blue ointment Lung fever and its cure Disease of the liver or yellow water and its cure Cleansing powder Nasal gleet or discharge from the eye and nose Disease of the kidneys and cure How to make the White ointment Black liniment How to cure sore mouth or tongue Groggy knees How to remove warts How to cure bots How to cure colic How to cure founder in the first stages How to cure sick stomach and debility How to cure distemper General liniment How to cure sprains of the stifle Broken knees Worms and their cure Physic ball Iodine liniment How to cure big or milk leg Liquid blisterer How to cure mange and surfeit How to tame the wild horse How to make a horse stand to be castrated Spavin and ringbone medicine Johnstons liniment How to cure corns Opodeldoc Fresh wounds Green ointment How to cure lampers How to make the drops to make old horses young, our get up and howl! How to make ointment like Sloans How to cure butten farcia Water farcy Contraction of the tendons of the neck For rheumatism.
TANNERS, SHOE AND HARNESS MAKERS' DEPARTMENT: How to make the best colors for boot, shoe and harness edge, and in which cannot freeze How to make cheap color for the edge How to make water-proof oil-paste blacking How to make water-proof paste without rubber How to water-proof with Neat's Foot Oil How to make black varnish for edge How to make varnish for harness, the best in use Tanning, Blacking and Finishing process for calf, kip, and harness, in six to thirty days The Canadian neetmok rocess How to tanning and Buff deer skins for gloves How to tan with acid How to tan sheep skins so they can be used for mittens, door-mats, robes, etc. A fifty dollar recipe for tanning furs and other skins How to tan deer and woodchuck skins for whips, strings, etc Grain-side blacking for ten cents a barrel How to make a French finish for leather. How to make drying oils for carriage, wagon and floor painting How to make drying oil equal to the patent dryers How to make Japan dryer of the best quality, a recipe obtained from T. Ewing, carriage manufacturers of Princeton, Indiana How to reduce oil paint with water and directions for use How to make paint skins to save and to reduce oil A valuable process for painting new tin roofs How to frost glass Instructions for Oriental Chrystal Painting How to prepare sketching paper How to etch and grind upon glass for signs or side lights How to create a porcelain finish, very hard and white, for parlors How painters can economically make colors: Prussian blue, chrome yellow, chrome green, green durable and cheap, Paris green, pea brown, rose pink How to make a brilliant stucco whitewash How to make paint without lead or oil A new method of manufacturing white paint How to make milk paint for barns, any color. BLACKSMITHS' DEPARTMENT: How to Re-cut files and rasps by a chemical process How to make varnishes to prevent rust on iron or steel How to make transparent varnish for tools, plows, etc How to make transparent blue varnish for steel plows How to make varnish for iron How to weld cast steel without borax How to improve poor iron How to write upon iron or steel, silver or gold, not to const the tenth part of a cent per letter How to temper mill picks How to temper mill picks as done by Mr.
Church of Ann Arbor Michigan How to spring temper and forge out a beautiful edge on butcher knives How to temper trap springs How to accomplish silver plating for carriage work How to prevent undesired welding of iron How to case-harden cast iron How to soften the hardest cast iron for drilling How to case harden wrought iron How to weld a small piece of iron upon a large one with only a light heat How to accomplish bronzing for iron or wood Instructions for blacksmiths - how to make truss springs better than the patent trusses. Fundamental Pointts in Bee-keeping What constitutes a swarm of bees Description of the Queen The age of the Queen Depositing the egg Hatching Impregnation of the Queen The wailings of the Queen Worker bee Drones The Italian or Ligurian bees To preserve purity of stock Rearing Italian Queens Introducing the Queen The hive The apiary Stands for hives Procuring bees to stock an apiary Swarming Method of hiving bees All should be made to enter Loss of Queen Wintering bees Enemies of bees Diseases of bees Feeding bees Water necessary Robbing among bees Transferring Conclusion.
How to make black varnish for coal buckets How to make Japan Flow for tin, all colors: black, red, yellow, green, orange, pink How to make gold lacquer for tin, or all colors: rose, blue, purple, green How to make transparent lacquer for brass How to tin iron for soldering or other purposes How to copper the surface of iron, iron wire or steel How to tin copper for stew-dishes or other purposes How to make box metal for machinery How to make solders for brazing How to use abcxs old Brittania instead of block tin in soldering How to pearl or crystalize tin How to make an improved tinning flux How to make liquid glue for labeling on tin How to make scouring liquid for brass, door-knobs, etc How to make silvering powder for copper or worn plated goods Oil cans, size of sheet, for from 1 to 100 gallons. A browning process for gun barrels A browning process for twist barrels Case hardening for lock-work How to permanently mend broken saws A tinning process superior to the old process How to make German varnish and polish for stocks. JEWELERS' DEPARTMENT: How to galvanize without a battery How to galvanize without a shilling battery How to make a cleaning and polishing compound for jewelry. How to make a polish for new furniture How to make a polish for reviving old furniture, equal to the "Brother Jonathan" Jet, on polish for wood or leather, black, red or blue How to finish furniture with only one coat of varnish, not using glue, paste or shellac How to stain mahogany or walnut, natural as nature How to make a rose wood stain, very bright shade, used cold How to make rose-pink stain and varnish, also used to imitate rose-wood How to make a black walnut stain How to make a cherry stain How to make black varnish with asphaltum How to make patent varnish for wood or canvas How to make transparent varnish for wood.How to prepare and apply hair dye in two numbers How to prepare and apply hair restoratives and invigorators equal to Wood's, for a trifling cost How to make shampooing mixtures for five cents per quart How to prepare and apply renovating mixtures for grease spots, shampooing and killing bed bugs How to renew the color of faded and worn garments How to make imperial colognes, procured of Mr. Thibodeault How to prepare New York barbers' star hair oils How to make ox marrow pomade How to make "balm of a thousand flowers" How to make razor strop paste. How to Color Woolen Goods: Chrome black, Black on Wool, Steel Mix, Snuff Brown, Wine Color, Madder Red, Green, Green with Fustic, Blue, Stocking Yarn or Wool to Color between Blue and Purple, Scarlet with Cochineal, Pink, Orange, Lac Red, Purple, Silver Drab, Slate on Woolen or Cotton, Extract of Indigo or Chemic Durable Colors on Cotton: Black, Sky Blue, Lime Water and Strong Lime Water, Blue on Cotton or Linen Blue on Cotton, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red, Muriate of Tin Colors on Silk Goods: Green, Green or Yellow, Mulberry, Black, Spots, Light Chemic Blue, Purple, Yellow, Orange, Crimson, Cinnamon or Brown on Cotton and Silk. TABLES AND EXPLANATIONS OF INTEREST. Explanations of the Interest Tables Rules for Administering Medicines having reference to age and sex Explanations of Medical Abbreviations, Apothecaries Weights and Measures Explanation of Technical Terms found in medical works. There may be slight variations in foxing/toning, etc. (in fact, in this particular case, there is much less foxing than shown in the photos below). REMEMBER FOLKS, THIS IS AN 1867 ORIGINAL. THIS BOOK IS 154 YEARS OLD.
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