Irish Whiskey

Rectiiioil whiskey-, thirty-nine gallons tincture of grains of paradise, three pints powdered catechu, three ounces tincture of pellitory, two ounces creasote, thirty drops. Color -with burnt sugar as for common whiskey. These two last named liquors should bo put up in the same packages that the genuine was imported in. This mode of making liquors, viz. by concealing the grain oil, is at best but a poor one for the sale of them is dependent entirely on the ignorance and simplicity of the...

Charcoal As A Decolorizing Agent

Owing to a variety of causes, the fluctuations of the market, an over stock of one particular kind of unmerchantable liquto or a quantity of liquor too highly colored, or to point to the emergency that might arisfi, would he impossible and hence the necessity of a knowledge of the articles used in decolorizing liquors, viz. animal charcoal or bone black. Animal charcoal by no means necessarily possesses the decolorizing prop fty, as this depends upon its peculiar state of aggregation. If a...