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1   !.i:vi  S    FOR  toLUME  XVIII  OF  THE  OFFICIAL  GAZETTE. 

Announcements— Volume  XVIII. 

DlSCLAlMlK^-^VOLUME   XVIII. 

Ti  XI     1    iiii:  OFFICIAL  Gazette.  July  C  to  December  28,  1880,  inclusive. 

^,.^,^,^    ,,,   DECISIONS  OF   iilL   COMMISSIONER  OF   PATENTS  AND  OF   THE  UNITED   ST A       ^ 

Courts  in  Patents,  Trade-Marks,  &c. 
DroKST  ov  Decisions  oi   iuk  .  .  mmissioner  of  Patents  and  of  the  United  States 

Courts  in  1'\tents,  Trade-M\kk-.  Xc. 
iNDL.v  .1  Patents  and  Patentees  for  i  nr  Half  Year,  July  6  to  December  28, 1880. 


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'I'i^H-'iii'i,  I'li,''    Is  ^iiiki  iiiii  iiumb(;r,  41110,  (Irawiug,  aii«l  claim — cancclwl  an»i  ^iip<  r><  tUd  1p\  N.i.  ■j;!'j,t;_'i), 

'2*i1»,!>  |:l,  I'l;-'!    '-    !i  i!n<  "f  inventor,  for  "Hance"  read  fiance. 

».*2»5»,     !<i-.^ii.-,    piiT-    1  .'•-'    in  title,  fifth  lino,  strike  out  "PatonteJ  in  Englaml  M.iv  9    1-7','  " 


;i.:ii:».      i 


1    after  iiaiiH'  and  residence  of  inventor,  insert  a.'i.-<i<jiiiir  tt,  I umi   U.  CUtrke, 


1    I  ID'        11^:1 


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•i:iO.  1 1  ■*.  1'  U'   >"■-',  in  title,  after  name  and  residence  of  inventor,  insert  amgnor  of  one-half  /-  IViHinni  h. 

/{'nri  I'liiii  II . 

'2'.tOAi'27.  ]>:ij.i'  ■2.'.:;   lirsf  ( liiin.  tliird  line,  for  "frame"  read  plane. 

'i'.lO.ii'.tO,  pi^'i  '.'■'.    :i  tif  •     ifter  u rune  and  residence  of  inventor,  insert  a«*tV/MOr  o/o«(-/im//  /»  ./uim-s  1'. 

<     null  ll'l  ,      1«/  III!        I'll'    I    _ 

'2'.lO.*il'i.  pau'.  ■,■■,'1.  ill  iit'.f,  tinni  i  :;'■.  a I'tcr  " IJrotliers,"  itisert  ^- Co. 


'i:il,ll  I.  I  a^ 


tit;.  ,    I.  t  HI   ri;,   w    il     model,"  in  parentheses,  insert  Xo. 


•••OO""*.     n  a.'f-ina!  k.    pa_'.'   u  J    ::,  t  it  ie.  after  the  word  "cigars,"  insert  nj/«r(f/,  ,v  ^mjJ  < /mcki/.v 
2:{1.*2I  ;t.  \':ii:f  ■''-.  -trkr  du!  .ill  atur  tlie  number — title,  drawing,  and  claims— ami  insert  W  1 1  iii'|;a\\  \. 


».:tl«. 


CKt,  in  title,  after  inventor's  name  and  residence,  insert  aaHigmo  :<i  tin  (.ilmmi 


I  . ,/,,,,:  /•,■,,-  (  ,,,i,j. .::..,.  /;.,,■,,.,,   Ml... 

ii,'.t'*7,  n  i«-:i.      |:u''    M2,  strike  ont  all  after  the  nnmber — title,  drawing,  a:.l  rlaim     and   in-. at 
W  I  i  1 1  i '  I ;  A  w  \  , 

'i:tl.70<>,  1  !_•    !-'  .  ;:;  t  •  I     !    Hill  line,  name  of  last  assignee,  for  "Marr"  read  Marx. 

'i:tl.7<>'i.  i'i_i    tal    i!i  t  •;..  ;■;.  .Mtor's  name,  for  "Collian"  rea*!  Co//uiM. 

2:tl.N|>i,  jiiLr.  ■''•<'•■  li  ttl.  .  ii.M  iii,.!^  i.>idence,  for  "Clinton,  111."  read  Clinton,  Mo. 

2:t'i,IO-%.  1  :u.     77,  ill  titl.  ,  r.Ni  i.  ';  .    >!  i    ,,  it   r,  for  "Warmonth"  read  Yarmouth. 

'2:i'i,l?<>,  1  il:'  '  •-    ni  titl.    i  an:.  <•*,     ir  .  ;  •<  r,  for  " Doulev "  read  Donley. 

'i:t'2.<>:t'i.  I'a^.-  '..C.  !ir-t  I  kiMh,  ikird  liui'.  alUT  the  word  "bar"  strike  out  "a  k.ap.  r  m  \\  inch  th.'  Kar  is 

held,  aiwl  -lid.  s  I  a<  k  a 'id  i"t ! :  ,    at'     i.stTt  the  same  after  the  word  "hinge,"  in  lifth  lin.   .il   -aiil  <  lairn. 

'i:t:t,l  •'>4>.  !>a-.   -I-     •!  t;;!'.  at  -  i;l  •  it'ourth  line,  insert  aaid  Jf«»r/jn  a«»i</»or /o  .V»7o  .U   Iirhini,i.  i:n„ikiiiit, 
S.    )  ..  liii'^n  I!    Iiding,  Chicago,  III.,  and  Alvah  S.  lieldiu;/,  Ilockville,  Conn. 

'2:i.tA^M,  pa.'..  -1 

'2.l.t,lU.t.  pa-.'  -7 

'i:t:t,<>:t'2.  pa^.' ;':;7.  m   m,..  t.iiiith  line,  after  the  name  "Slayden,"  insert  naiii  (inm   ,,-,v,v'""    '"  'iml 

>/.!  V'''  "•  _  -  " 

•2:»:i.T07.  i^a-''  :' 

'•  a'id."  and   ,!i-ia  i      •, 

'2'-l'.l,7  I'i.  \>>^''   ''•-.  1!,  iiti,     \  in  .  (it  iii.ii  inventor,  for  "I'riis"  read  Friix. 

*j:il.llO,  pa:^.    pal '.,  m   lii-t   .laiin,  second  line,  and  second  claim,  second  an.l   third   Inns,   i'm     •,!  .1  " 
n-vd  ./   ..'  . 

I'a-.-  l''"l.  MrTaiiii;i,a;,\     .  \r.Mili;i!n.  ati.i!!,.  \  U-r  ii>i)licant.  for  " Fre<l eric k  Cnvu-"  rt-a.l   ''-'    If.  i:,th,,„i,. 


ii;  -.•■.. ind  lint-  '.f  claim,  for  "rings"  read  uingn. 

iii  -.  (    lid  I  lani,  second  line,  for  "case-plate"  read  haxe-plate. 


t-'   '■  ai !!! ,  -•  \ 


ciith  line,  after  the  word  "rear,"  strike  ont  comna  an.!  tin   wi.nl 


I  ';ii;>>  !  1  !  ■•,  tir>!  .  ni  nnii' ,  !  a-t 


liirringtoii,"  insert  com  ma,  .and  inr  "  ti  li.^.;. .  a"  rrad  / 


/■/,>/,, 


*2!t  1.5  l<>.  pii_'''  ill.'..  Ml  till.-,  nann' '>f  iii\.;.r.ii    t'^'T  ••Auteurietti"  read    I"',  on. ,'/., 

'i:tl.<»:t^.  piiu'»'  117J,  Ml  title,  naiiie- ..!   a.-.-i:;n.  .■>.  \<>\   -'(."ynisH.  McCeiiiiirk,  la-and.'i  .1    ^I(■('li^^lick.  and 
lio'iert  Hail  ,Mr(  .Mini,  k  "  i.-ad  '     //,  ./'-■'  /.  •',    ^IrCormick ;  also,  in  third  liin   ,d'  titl.'.  lur     all"  read  Imth. 

tlU  1,79.^,  pii:;e  iJln    >!  i  ;ki'  u'lt  ail  :ilter  th.-  niiii.'.er — title,  drawing,  and  claiin     ;ind  insert  \\'i  i  ii  iiii.vw  v. 

•JII'^.O-^N,  jiiiiTe  1-7  ;.  Ill  liit:,  ;  laiiii,  thud  i:n.'.  ai'UT  "vibrating,"  insert  the  wor.!  hihrnn. 

'i:t-'S.  I 'i  I.  piiu"'  l-".'"-.  titl.',  ;hi!  1  iii..-,  iU'tei  d.it.' of  filing.  a<ld  Patented    »  liatf.   V../-,  -Jl,  l-7(;. 

•2:i.1>,'2*»'i.  pii.Lje  i.'.-.'l,  iii  !ii!.\  n.tiiii'  "!   :■,■.  .'lit^.r.  'nr  "  Nikolas  Oley"  rca.i    \, ./,../,/.  o/,_(,. 

'i:|-'S,  tOI.  jiatre  I.;71.  m  tir-t  1  l.iiir    ::!t!;  :,!i<'.  J'.ir  ■■operative"  i..id    >, ,■<<<:, il. 

'i''\!i,!i\  %,  pii'j;''  !■>-:'>,  m  titie,  nain.-  nt  -.  ■  .'-i.!  inventor,  for  "James  S.  I.ainliert '   n^id  ■  limits  T.  T.nmhcrt. 

*i;i  .%,'•»  7  II.  piit,"'  1  t7  J.  strike  .lilt  ,iil  :it'r.-r  ;  ii.-  ninn'.er — title,  dra  wi!i_'.  ar:d  i  iami-    auid  insert  Wi  riiDii.wvv. 

t{'m,0:|l.  pa:,:e  l.'.n;,.  II)  tit'.-,  t'.iiirth  line,  aiie!      ('omj)any."  f<u      ,>.uiie  idiu-e     read  \<ii    York.  .V.  Y. 


ANNOUNCEMENTS-VOL,  XVIII. 


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101,  116,  U7,  118,  iiii.i  i-ii • 

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in  I  irniaM    i  .a/etik    

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Subscriptions  for  1880. 


I'lu- siibHi-nption  jiriit'of  tin- i  ikkp  iai  (I«/vi:i.  an.i  '.niu.i'v 
1,  l-w<0,»il!  Ix- IT)  i>er  aiiiiuiii  f'uT  all  Hiiiisciii,,  ;  «  \<  ::  i^iuAJi'  '■'',  !>  li 
S|jitt>»;  f'ort'ldll  HuliHlTi(itl(ins  f7  h1I1;j1i'  rnpi.-s  I.  11  .,!:'^  N,. 
I   1  lib  ratt'H.        All  lirdlTH  shoulli   lie  inilircSM.-.i    \,,  ih,-  l     uriui;  :,«;.,■;,.; 

ol  ratontM,  \Va«hiiii;1on,  L).  C." 


.       ATTORNEYS. 

I)KrAiiTMF\  r  I 'F   rni.    Ivmkiok, 
rvuFi.  siAiK.-  !'\rF\';   <  ifrrrF, 

Vi'nxhii, ■;',<,,,  1 1  r  /'.■.'»..'..  r '>2.  lf»79. 
Till' n.imt'R  (if  i>ci>.iii-  w  Itmn  !!:■  i  -mi  ii-sMi..  ■  -  !'  I'^it,  ii' ■-  with 
I  hr  a|)]ir<i\  al  (if  till-  Sim  i<  T.ii  \  ..lih,  Iiil'ri.'r  ;,  f  ;-.-.;..  h  , n^rtiixe 
a-.  i>at<-!,t  a::i'Hts  tor  irio-s  mi-,  ..ui'a-  t  ■■•.mAi  '  ~.  ,  n>iii  4-7  RevifWMl 
Stat ulfH.  will  lif  |iutiii-.hi''l  iii'iii! !,;  \  ;ii  t  hi  I  M  ri'  ;  \ ;  i ;  \/T  i  !  i  >■'.' 
ihi-  I'atfiit  C)fticf. 

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A])lirov.-,i     ( '     Sriii  i;7. 

Srcri'lary  "f  Ihf  Inlrru.r 


y  Names  of  Attorneys  not  rpcopiiz'^d. 

N  iiiin -s  of  jK'isiiTis  wlioiu  tin    Si  I  I  •■■ai '-   >'t   !h..    Ini.M..!  aiiiif'rim 

in  1  SSI,  II 11 -r  of  I 'at  I- lit-  I  ctUMi-  I.)  i .  <  om;;/..  a-  im'.  i;!  a^iii!.-  |o:   ^- 

iiiiHCiiiKliict    iinilii    -^iMtioii   4-T   o;    (!;.'    !:,\i-.  li    ^l.it  i;:.  s,  showiu;; 
ilillc  of  ilisliannint  iii  larh  ■  a-r 

William  Kilsoii.  Ilo-t4iii    .Ma--.i(  l;!i-i  ;t-     'ai.  i,i:\    i    I-T!). 
Charli-s    II-    Eviiiis,    I'lnlaili  Ij.hia     V>  i.\\^\  \\  .yu\A     v.  i.tinibi  r  ?T 
l--(l 

1,1.    K\  clt.  W(i»tlIIi;;tiili,   !  )i-ti  I.  I  oi  I  'o;  ;:■;;!  ua   JanoAry  fi.  I  -~ ' 

lli'iiiN  (icrnri.   Ni'w"  Vmk,   X     \      Maul;  1'    i-'7- 

.Iiihii  Iiii;lis.,Ir  ,  A,  <'(i,   \i  w  \oi  k    N    \'     Jai;:;  ii  > c^    1-77.     John 

IiiL'lis.  iif  rat.Twiii.    \     .1      -o;,,  n.i!   (.1    ]ia!.i;:-    1-   i:..i   til  tw  coii- 

fiiimiliMi  w  ith  .Iiitiii  liii:lis   .Ii     ..t    N.w  \..!k,  \( 'ion,  lii,   Sccrctarv 

o|  til,'  Iiiti'imr  lia.i  nfiisiil  t"  1 1<  o^ni/,    a-   ni  .iiioniey  iupateiii 

I  a  HI'S  in   |ilLlsllalH'i'  111    -,-<'tl.,ii    4-7    11.  \  l-ni   ^'a!    il-  - 

l-\  SV  \-  W  I»  Kiiii:lil  \V,i/.h.n-loi,  li!-t:i.  !  i.(  r,,;im|,,.,  \!,,i,  li 
!:'.  1-:-. 

I  »lt<i  laisM-iiij;.  Washiii.-tiiii    iM-iii  <■  o!  i   ,.!:,n-  sa    Nov.  10,  lifTO. 

Marriis  P.  Nnrliili.    Ifiiv    Niw   \  oi  k    -~,  [ilim'.,  i    !-    !-71. 

(1,  \V  Mcf.ill,  or  Mn.il!  iliai,!  A  ■  ..  W  i>;,,ii- :oii.  District  of 
('oliiniliia.  -Inly  'J-J,  l-Tn 

i;    II    St.-cl.v  Son  ,v  t'li  .  Wa-hiii^toii    1 '.-tii.  I  ot  ( ■oliimltia,  Scp- 

tfiiiU'r  4.  ]-7(),      Ki'voki'il  a-   In  i   iiail.-l;    -i,  .  ;.     oi f  tlii-finii. 

li\  iiriltT  (if  the  Sccn-tan  nftlir  Inttiioi    .luU    t    1-71 

rhi)nia«  II  f'liiM'rruaii,  Wiishiiigton,  Di.siiuto!  1  oluiinn.i  l>i  ■ 
cumber  IH,  lK7:t. 


Order  No.  3, 

1)1.1  Ai.l  Mi. N  :        ,     .,,1.    IXTKRIOR, 

I'.MtKli   STATK!-    rATK."<T  OfKUK. 

^\'an}l\nf\t(>n.  /).  C  ./(JHwar^lO.  IShO. 
Aftor  Febiuarv  1.  18^,  the  Coiiiiiiisdioncr  <if  I'ateut*  will,  with 
th<>  appi-oval  of  tlip  StH.'r^tary  of  the  InK'rior.  n-fiiHe  to  r«H-o;jtiize 
every  ropartnership  of  patent  ajicnts  incluilin):  any  jter-non  whom 
the  (J(ininiis)«iiiiier,  with  the appnival  of  tlie  S«Hivtai\\ .  ttliall.  under 
MM'tion  4S7  of  the  Ueviwed  Statutes,  for  >n"<''*>'  niiseoniliiet  refiiw  to 
re<'o^nize  ax  a  patent  accut  ;  and  will  al.no  n-fiiHe  to  reoopnize  an  a 
patent  a;:ent  any  member  of  any  such  copartnership. 

H.  K.   I'AINE,  Coinmi*iiioner. 
Approved : 

C.  SCHUKZ,  .N.<-r..'ar;u  ./.'/.*    /,.V,-,..r. 


Issue  of  J:i:v  r.  1880.    ■ 

Pit-nts j-o-^  No   •.>-jl),.-,i:i  to  No.  2-J9.T'.>-2.  inclnalve. 

'•■     -iiea IJ— No       <t.J7.')  to  N'o.      9,'A«t!.  inrluaive. 

Ii-:;;iis    'JO— Xo.    11,838  to  No.    11,857.  incluai\e. 

i  i.nii. Marks 5— No.      7,Mft  to  No.      7,!t«>3.  incluaive. 

L»bel» 3— No       '2:MH[,,y...      2,30<i.  iuclusive. 

Total  issae  f-.'c 

I^>rK    liV    >lAiKS. 


SUtes. 


Statea. 


NS  |h 


A  I  h.i 
Ca.iliiM, 


!  Vrritory. 


1 


1 
IS 


1 


Colorado :. 

Conneclicnt ' 

Dakota    I'erritflry  . .. 

Di  law  an        

DiMti  i(  1 1ll  Ciiluiubia 

Kliinila 

(ii-o:^-;,.       

Mai;i.  i  ■■•!  itory 

1  nil;aua 

Iowa    ,. 

Kai.-.i- ! 

Kill'    ,1    k  >      : 

Lo>;-|aiH4. 

M^'^^'- 

Mal.l.ll'!      ! 

M.i-  si.  !    isfttta ! 

M;.iii.:;M 1 

Miiiiiisoia I 

Missi-Mppi 

Mi-si.uti    

Miiniapa  Toiritory..  . 

Nr\  .lii.l        


New  Haropahlre  . . . 

V,  M-   I.  •-.  V        

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.N.  w    Voik ■ 

North  CaroUn* 

Ohio 12 

1     Orejron 

1    I'eunnvlvaiiia    ... 


1 
16 

60 


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Iti 

7 

10 


Kli(Mie  Inland 
Sooth  Caiulina 

Ti  niicHseo 

J I  \aM   

I'tah  Tirritory. 

Vermont 

Virginia 


31 


1  -, ^Viishinu'ton  Terrifj!. 


West  Vir;:inia  

WirtcoiKtin 

Wyoming  Terri  t/iir 
riiitedSTa'.  -  \--  ,.,- 
United  Mai<  h  .\  a    . 

Total  to  U.  S.  in- 
ventors   

Foreiini    

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t 
11 


291 

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312 


IDESIG-KTS. 

ILKIP.— STKM8  OF  Gi.\N^  \nini.¥s—Jotf]>h  Andergon,  ritlMnirB, 
I'a.     Application  tiled  June  9,  IrtSti.     Term  of  {Nktent  7  \>a.n. 

11  839.— Chair.— .C:du»ard  E.  Bwkinoham,  Jeffermm.  Wia.  Appli- 
caMon  filed  April  7,  IrtjjO.     Term  of  patent  7  yearn. 

11  -to —CAitrKT. —Hmry  Horan,  East  Orange,  N.  J..  aMnignor  to 
Hartford  Carpet  Company,  Hartfonl,  Conn.  Applii  alion  filed 
f  cbruary  12,  1880.     Term  of  patent  3^  yearn. 


OFFICIAL  GAZFTTF 


Jul  Y  6,  1880. 


11  -41  _l;  ui  In   k-'    I'.iMmx    V."\  HI   —Alexander  S.  Mann,   St. 

I,..ui-   Mm      Api.Ih  itioi,   t:l,(l  -Itiii./  5,  18(?<».     Term  of  pattut 

11  -(.'  — (Aiii  Kr  — /'/   r,/  .)/    Vair.  HoHton,  Mass.,  a»«i?iif'r  to  liox- 
tnini  Ciiry-t  (''■', ip^ii,;   ^.iiiii- pla.  c      A piilifftJifin  tilf il  Mav  Ui, 
l-HO       1 ,1  111  ,,i   i.,ii.  ii!   J^  \i-ar--. 
11  --M-^lMu  Ki  —/'!-.-'  .1/    Vair,  Boston.  Mi»h».,  a»Hi;;iior  to  Itox- 
i,<,rv  Cirji"!  (''■ii,j.'uni    -nil.'  phicr      A  jii'linitioii  filed  Juno  7, 
I--11       r.-fin  uT  |,,it<-iil    1?  s  i;!!  ^ 
11-4*   f..    11-1-.    in.hiHivu.— t)ii.-CiX)Tii.— t'AnW*'*  T.    J/it/i^  and 
I'lr/^r  E    M-'y-r.  H.rL'<ii  X-.f..  asiticiiorH  to  Edward  C.  Snwp- 
»ori,  N.«  Vnik    N   V       \pi)licatioii»ai.'.l  JiinelO.lSrt).     Teiin 
lit   |i,it.-ritt  U   - .  .1:  ~ 
11  M4  I  __(  Aid  I  I  -  ./   '  '     '^■'     N' «    Viiik.  N.  T.,  aaKignor  to  rA« 
lU,}rluu:  (\tr,„f    r,,  .7.  Clinton.  MatMj.    Application   fll»-U 
M.iiih-'i^    1--"       I'-Mijiil  patent  HJ  yearn. 
11  -.'ill  — KiKK  r,A'  1   -  naii'tiii  C.  l>'t.  .I«Ti«ey  City,  N.  J..awi({«or 
t.i  Th.  .;    /,    .)/.  "  /     'I   Mr.rt*.  New  York,  N.  Y.    AppUcatioii 
lil-.l  M,i\    il.  l-^J-ti      liiui  of  pati-iit  :JJ  years. 
11  -:,i  .ui'\  11  -'.C!  — Caki'KT  -iiforgf  W.  I'iijfjutt,  NfW  York,  K.  Y., 
,i,Hi  MiMi  !ii  ll'ir"  r.i  ( -I r;..' rofuj/aiiy,  Hartford,  Conn.    Ap- 
j.lii  ati.ai^  ri!' ■'.   i  .  "ni.i!  .   IJ    l--'"      TciTii  of  pati-ntu  34  yj-ars. 
11  -:,.)  -Si  \i(' F    II  \^     Kv    K   M'l'lh.ir  Wiard,  I'liiladelpliia.  Pa. 
Apiihr.iih.ii  t]'..-.l  !■.  liiiMis  J.'   l--<i.     Temi  of  patent  34  yoai-B. 
It  -.-,1  ._l',,-i  hi;  <i\u\¥.SrKi.i.ri-Malthrir  Wiard,  Philadelphia. 
l',i     Ai.i.li.  .itiMii  til.  cl  r.  Iiniiirvi'..  H-0.    T.-rmof  patent S^yearH. 
II  -:,:, —I  )::n  \\ii- \  1  v!    liiAiN      ./'■'•"   .1.  Lieb,  Newark,  N.  J.,  a8- 

,,^,i,,,    1,,  117 iir   I'lr^'n.  ,{    IhnifK.  New  York,  N.  Y.     Ap- 

[,h.  .itinii  111.  ,i  M.i-.  Ji  !--i'  1 .  1  lu  of  patent  7  yeara. 
11  -:. ,  -1■IA.'<0-F0KTECA^K  — (  /'.  Theodor  Steinway,  New  York, 
V  V  Afiili.  iti.ii  li'."i  M  II' li  --.  l^-O-  Term  of  patent  14 
\  1  ill  ■< 
II  -.'.7  -(  "I  liv  H  vmileScxki  !  -  U  .J/iomA'.  rS/<c«K,NewIIavcn, 
Conu.  ai««isii"r  to  Sargent  <f  To,  name  plate.  Application 
(Hed  June  !t,  Ir.-O.     Term  of  jiateut  7  years. 


( Trademark «  will  Im- 1.  .;;ini.r. -1  onl.v  ui  favor  of  iho^r  whj 
a  lull  kiiowled;:eof  IhediH-JHioiiol  llir  Sii|it."im- (  uuil  "t  Uu    I 
Sttttet*  ileclaiinj:  the  act  of  July  »,  1-"",  uncon.-*Iitutioiial  ..li 
quuHt  Miieh  ivtn>ttiation.| 
7,9j0.— LlMMK.NT,    CoM'ITIO.X-PcWDKBS,    ASP    OlMMIM   -T 

Jiennell,  South  AbinRton.  Maaa.    Application  iil-  .1  Nu\. 

20,  1879.  t 

"My  facsimile  siKnature." 
7,960.— CiiKwixtiAxi" Smokixo Tobacco. CiflABB,Ai»DCiGAi; I  i 

Simon  Hrrntheim  <t  Brother,  New  Orleans.  I   1      Aii.'.i 

tiled  March  -H.  l-.-O. 

•The  r.-pre«entaIion  of  a  water  view  «i!!i  ,1  -r  ■  k  n  !!■ 
croiind.  all  in<'loH<-d  within  a  circular  fiaiii'.  ,1.10-,  ul.i.i 
lin.ud  diaj:oiiall\  placwl  Imnd.  on  either  hhIi  ot  said  (  iniilar 
liein"  the  luujiilixdinal  fieldu,  upon  which  an'  pla.  td  l(./..ii-.  s 
Oelda.  ' 
7,9«)1— C"oiii;kI)IM.— rA«  Alden  Emrry   Company.  Ikiston, 

Application  filed  April  19,  lt-80. 

"The  word  or  s.ymhol  'E.\c»L8iOB."' 
7,0Ca.— MkiiIcatrdBklis.— TraJ»/i<«  Jawie*,  I'.ns.Ulvu.  N.  V 

jdieatlon  filed  July  If,  1H7P. 

"The  black  jiaralleloKram  and  the  band.' 
7,963.— Kid  GiX)VK».— C/iorl/'*  Fortin  <£  Co.,  1'uuh,  1  laui. 

plication  filed  May  21,  If*!*. 

"The  arbitrary  word  ' Naholeox.'" 


.  with 
'llited 

;ill  le- 

1,(1  rim 
nili'T 


1 1.^, — 

catl.'ii 

l',.i-... 
i  1  ~  a 
t'lanif 
liapei! 

Mass. 


Ap- 


Ap. 


2,:i04.— Title:   "DfLCO  A  1'ai.ai Aia.K  I  a.MpK  ijil.    — /•-('■r^  >t  O)., 

San  Frauci«<o,  Cal.     Application  filed  April  5,  1880. 
2,305.— Title:  "  Barxeb'  Golii  anh  Sii.vkk   In  mimi    -/v  /v.r-^f 

ific*ord«,  Camden,  Ala.,  and  yVm.  E.liichanix,  1  lnshiiii:   N   V 

Appli<  ation  fiknl  June  7,  18»i0. 
2,306.- Title  :    '  MlI.l.lKKKS  LlyllK  PoWDKR."— CAark*  C  WiUiainn 

and  Albert  B.  UaU,  Indianajwlis,  Ind.    Application  liK.l  J uiie 

14,  1980. 


P  A  T  E  N  T  S 


GRANTED    JULY    6,    1880 


220,613.  WOOD  GRINDES  FOR  lAEINO  PAPER  PDLP 
STiraii  ■.  iLLii,  Daiburj.  laii.  rilt4  It;  10  I88U 
(Mo  ■o4*l.) 


Claim. — 1.  A  (jrinder  of  artificial  iitone,  emerv,  or  ooniiuhiiii 
<<inin|Mi«od  of  apctiiuin  or  diKk*  pnivided  on  their  eoutitrnoun  end 
Hurface*  with  interlorkinK  prnjc>ction«  of  rectanguhir.  curvtMl,  or 
other  MiitAble  iiha|>e.  iinbtitautiHliy  »m  deitrrilMHl. 

2.  In  a  (frinder  of  artificial  Rtonc.  emery,  or  corundnni  c«m- 
poabd  of  disk-aectiong  with  their  eiljfe*  bounded  by  lint*  oblicjue 
ill  |4aRC«  perpoiulicalar  to  their  axea,  the  diaki  conrtmctwl  and 
cnmbhied  with  each  other  and  with  a  abaft  or  cenU-r  and  with 
cIninpinK  or  retaining  devicon,  »ni«tantially  aa  descriijod.  ao  that 
the  oblique  linen  at  tUe  junction*  of  the  di»k»  are  uot  all  (lanillel, 
b«t  are  inclined  toward  opjioeite  end*  of  the  ffrinder.  a«  net  forth. 

3.  A  (frinder  of  artificial  stone,  eniert-.  or  coruiiduiii  lia\  inu 
the4ieeli«>m  fonninm  the  (frindiiiK  or  abmdinK  surface  or  the  wh<de 
lto»ly  <»f  the  grinder  cement<Hl  Wi  each  other,  suVwtanlially  a*  dc 
w  ribMi. 

i.  Tlie  ooinbiaatiou,  «itli  a  (tliafl,  of  mi  alimding  or  grinding 
mirfwv  of  ciiierj,  corunduin.  or  artiticial  Htone  forniwl  of  ms  tioiu 
«i^ii»eiHed  to  one  another,  and  uieaim  for  nccnring  or  clampini.'  tlie 
Haid  unrtace  njwMi  the  liforeiiaiil  shaft,  or  uihmi  a  ceut*r  atlivcliiHl 
thereto,  Knlmtantially  an  described. 

5.  The  method  of  forming  grindeni  of  artificial  stone,  einer; . 
or  corundttui,  or  suitable  material  by  carting  and  c<>nii>«<  ting  sepa 
rately  a  IMMuher  of  (wx-tions.  then  cementing  and  clainpirig  iIk- 
sfinie  in  poaitiim  on  a  saitable  ba«e,  center,  or  shaft,  salwtiuilially 
lis  de«cril>ed. 


mo\  ill;:  the  limiille/'  or  \i\  oiKiiiiii;  tlie  focd-diKir  d.  »ulist.iiilially 
.us  .'iikI  for  till'  |>ur|HiM'ji  descrilictl. 

i.  TIte  coiiiliination,  in  a  st»)ve  or  funinre,  of  n  diiniiHT.  ('. 
the  f(<ed-(iiH>r  ti  of  the  eoiiilmstiuii-cliaiiiher.  tlie  liniidle  /"*.  lo«a;<-<i 
ill  relation  to  liie  fetxi-distr  as  slmwii  ami  lieacrilwHi,  lUid  coniHN  I- 
iiii;  dcvict»  when-liv  the  said  daiii|sr  may  he  o|>eiie<l  from  the 
f'niiit  of  llie  fiiniaic  eitlii'r  by  iiio\  iiii;  llit  handle  /'  or  I'V  op>-imiit 
till    fi>(  (I  diM>r  (i.  sii)MtHntl.tll\  a«  ;iii(i  for  llir  |>iirisi«'i"  ilom  rilsNi 

ii  The  d«iii|«  r  K  of  the  clKxknlrafl  I»,  mlajMe.!.  siilwtantJHlly 
in  the  manner  shown,  to  Ik'  closed  ii|><in  the  (>|H'nini;  of  the  dis>r 
of  the  c<iuibiuition-<-h»iiilM-r,  sulistantially  as  and  for  the  puqsixoa 

dowribed. 

4.  The  pombiniktion  of  tbe  d:iin|><'r  K  in  the  chf<-k-tlraft  p«»- 
sage  D.  the  disir  <t  t>i  the  c«>inbaBtion-»-hainlM>r.  and  connocting 
devic«»  «  herehi .  u]sHi  tlie  opening  of  the  door,  the  |iu8Hage  l)  ii 
auUimatk'Ally  cloned,  suhatantially  as  and  for  the  purjHiaea  de- 
scribed. 

5    In  a  stoTp  or  fumace.  the  dainiier  C  in  tlie  direct  paaaage 

and  the  damper  K   in   the  chwk-draft,  ada(>te«l.  by  connecting 

uitM'h&iiiim.  the   tinit  t<i  be  OfM-ned   and   the  se«-ond   to  be  chned 

'  Ojxin  the  o|s'ning  of  the  feedMloor,  substantially  a«  and  for  the 

i  purpome*  di»«ri)>cd. 

1  6.  The  combinntiim,  in  a  rt«ivo  or  furnace,  of  the  dani|XT  C 

I  ill  the  direct  |>Kaaagc.  suitable  connnrting  meebaniani.  and  tlie 
i  handle  y.  a<V)MC«-nt  to  the  f««e»l  d<«>r  of  tlie  conibostion -cbam- 
Ikt,  and  the  UuU  M,  piiot^xl  t4i  the  bar  /*.  and  aiUpted  to  ojxr- 
■  te  as  described.  nlurtl'\.  uism  the  niovoment  of  the  handle,  the 
damper  C  is  oiienc*!  and  held  o|>eii,  sulwtantially  a»  aiMl  for  tlie 
pur]wi«e  »«"t  forth. 

T    The  coiiibtiiatiofi  of  the   dani)ier   E   in  the  din'ct  pasaage. 

suitable  coiiuwting   iii<H:lianiani,  and   the   handle  /'.  aiyaofmt  to 

I  the  disir  to  the   comhuation-chainber,  whereby,  upon   tlie  inove- 

j  iiiont  of  the  said  handle,  the  laid  damper  may  be  cloawl,  sulwlau- 

tially  as  and  for  the  purjsiaea  deacrilnxi. 
i  H.  The  (Yunbi nation,  in  a  store  in^tTumace.  of  the  damiK-r  C, 

j  the  anil  F,  the  rod  /',  the  crank  /\  oonuoi-tiugn»d» /*/■■,  the  liar 
'    r,  handle/*,  and  the  latch  M. 

ft.  The  cnHuliiuation  of  the  damper  K  witli  the  cnrred  r»l(  het 
/',  the  arm  F,  nsl  /.  cranks  /'.  arms  ,f  f,  the  bar  /*,  and  llir 


229  514.     BHTCHEE  8  TAG       Ti0«48  J    iLLiof  tid  Idwaid  i  handle/*,  .uhrtantianv  a«  and  for  the  iKiTKwes  de«ribe.l 


■  oEiiii.  Brooklyi,  M    T.     Piled  l^r    17.  1  880 


lodil.  > 


CUiim. — The  tag  .\.  having  riitidlv  sec  iintl  t<i  it  at  om  end, 
ill  the  manner  aliowii  and  dew  riU>d,  the  |H.iiiu-d  taisriiig  sheet- 
metal  blade  B.  as  ami  for  the  |)ur|sise  stated. 

229,616.  PAMPER  FOR  PDRNACES  Etiflit  W  A«TI0»T, 
Boitoi.  liii..  tiilgiior  to  Salth  *  Aitkoi;  SIoti  Coaptix. 
■  »■«  pUe«.      PiUll  Apr    11.1880.      (Nnaodci.) 


10.  Tbe  combination  of  the  dain|MTB  C  K  and  the  arm  F. 
adapted  to  be  operated  to  siinultaneonsly  oimhi  the  former  and 
rlooe  tbe  latter  daui|icr.  aulsitontially  as  and  for  the  purjHM**  de- 
scribed. 

11.  Tlie  ooinbination  of  the  damper*  C  K  and  arm  F.  for 
siuiultaBeoualy  opening  the  first  and  cloaing  tke  »«K>nd  daiiifier. 
the  door  G  to  the  oimibuatiou-ihamber,  and  suitable  oonnectiug 
lutK-bairisui  whereby,  ui^in  tbe  opening  of  Uie  door,  the  dani|ier  C 
is  o|iened  and  the  damper  K  chiae<l,  salxOaiitiaJly  as  and  for  the 
puqsMiea  deacribod. 

12.  The  eombinatJiMi  of  the  liar  /*,  for  ojK'rating  the  lUuniwr 
C.  as  deacrilied.  ai'd   providwl  with  a  short  arm.  m  .  with  the  fur 
n.ic»--door  ti  and  the  latch  if.  or  other  projec-tiiMi,  for  eniraeliig 
with  the  arm  upon  the  ofioning  of  the  door,  whereby  the  said  Iwr 

r  is  moTed  outwardly  in   n<lation  to  tlie  casiiig  of  the  fomace, 
subntantially  as  and  for  tbe  puqioaes  (U»cribed. 

13.  The  damper  K,  fur  cJnaing  or  opening  the  check  draft 
paaaage  D,  provMetl  with  tbe  curved  ratchet  /',  which  is  adapti^l 
to  engaire  with  tbe  end  f  of  tlie  anu  F,  •nbatantially  as  and  for 
the  purpoaea  deacritied. 

229,616.     CORK    PLAITIft.     CaiTOi   BitiTMii    SyWsttsr. 

Wis      Piltd  Itr   1*.  111!      do  Bodtl.) 
CUnm, — 1.   In  combination  with  the  shoe  or  mnner,  the  park 
shafU  1)  and  H,  ooiinected,  reapedirely.  with  the  lie«i  and  point 
thereof  in  the  inaoner  shown,  whereby  the  heel  may  be  raised  ivr 
CImim.     1.  In  a  atoTe  or  furnace,  tbe  ooinbination  of  h  daiupiT  |  deproMned  and  the  point  eteratod  or  lowered, 
for  MpeaiBg  or  chaihg  the  direct  }i«M*ge  opening  from  the  com-  |  2.   In  eoiubination  with  the  ahoe  or  mnn«r  of  a  rom-pUnter. 

bustion-chauibcr,  tbe  handle  /*,  locat<<d  in  relation  to  the  fe«<d-diMir  {  a  gage-wheel  located  at  tbe  side  of  the  same,  ai  dearrilted.  wlH-reby 
as  shown  and  deacribed.  and  coiiuc-cting  devices  whereby  said  either  end  of  the  shoe  may  lie  a^usted  verti(«lly  without  altering 
dauiper  may  be  opened   from    tin-  front   of  the  forniUM-   either  by  '  the  atljustuient  of  the  whe<"l. 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE. 


July  6,  1880. 


July  6,  1880. 


U.    S.    PATENT    OFFICE. 


1 1 


Clniat. — \u  ita^mrvA  iiock-li'!  nr  •cnrf  huMor  iiniitUtiii};  <>» 
llie  bar  r  aii«l  k>op»  or  clup*  a  »,  with  |»rojo(itiiiK  |«.iiitji  or  ImxjIch 
b  k,  all  arriiiiKcd  ■alMUutkily  »m  ahnwii  uiii  (Imvriliwl. 


220,620      SHOViL 
riiid  Feb    20.  I4«U 


iriLl.ua    CaillOLM,    CllTlUld.    Ohio 


S.  In  rauilMiuUiiHi  with  the  hIko  or  runurr  liiwiiix  tliu  »lot  * 
Mul  mitclMMi  i.  the  liolt  K.  Imvin^'  it  wiuannl  portion  to  fit  tli.- 
iM>t4-li<is  tli«  iiKscv.'  or  axil'  if,  mit  k,  iukI  wIi<«'I  -1.  '»II  iirnintf»>.l  nii.l 
ofMinitiiiff  Ml  HcwrilxHi. 

4.  In  ooint>iiu»tion  with  tl»-  iKir  P.  thp  lovor*  M  N.  triMwllei. 
I,.  %ni\  nijjt  I.  iirrunm'<l  a'i<l  nix'nUiinr  ■»»  i1«h  rilictJ. 

:>    III  couilMiuitiim   with  n  n.tiitiiii:  fixxl - I'lnte,  i\  v<Tti. jilly 
iiiovinu  jilunipr  or  pill,  ;i,  Iiumiik  iti.  lower  rii«l  lw<voU>il,  an  •liowii 
ami  a««rihe«l.  »ii«l  .viu|rt«I  U>  eiiti  r  lUv  tiMxl-PiilU  mkI  ciipii;''  » i«h 
Um-  forwanl  »iili!  tlicroof,  whorebv  it  in  aJapt*il   Ixrtli  to  clear  the 
oulU  ami  to  prcvfiit  iiny  buckward  nitiilion  of  tin-  pl«t< . 

22©.517.     IDOI  8ITTIM0  ■ACHIHl  TOR  BOOTS  AND  SHOtS 
CMiiLH   E     Bt4Dr««D.    LynifuU     ntlg«or   lo    biauMf   kid 
J*ki  SkkW.  Id.  L711.  ■*••       Fii«*  111-    '    1»»0       <lod(!l.) 


■1 

Claims  —  In  tlnm'!*.  tlir  pl^vtr  K,  .■ittju:ltc«l  to  lln'  rmr  of  the 
nhoTol  MjkIo,  oxt4'inliiic  t!iriiui:li  uiiil  foriniiiif  |iiirt  of  the  xoiWrt, 
joiutlv  with  th<'  wftioii  H,  with  rulibeta  or  offimtn  dloiif;  uuA  plat<-, 
itliaiik,  aiiii  w><'lMMi  It.  foriiiiiii;  Mn  orcii  and  itinuoth  joint  at  tin- 
C'jnuortioii  ili<'rt<<ir  fur  tin-  MH'kct,  Rab«tiUitially  aa  dtacribcd.  and 
for  ibo  puri"i««c  upet-itiwl. 

229,521.    HOSe  NOZZLE     Joi»  CiirrotD,  CkU»jo,  111.    Fil«4 
ll»r    It    1180       <  No  Bodsl  ) 


Cuts 


CUiim. 1.   Tlifl  nniibinatioii.  with   the   lioUow  ti-il   nUx  k   or 

handle  and  the  pivoU»l  vibmUwy  t.«il-f«mcr  arraiiRoil  within  *«id 
handle  and  carrying  at  it*  lower  end  a  poli»hlng-t<«il,  of  the  T\y 
taUiiia  flexible  thafl  c.nneietwl  with  and  inifiarting  vit.nitory  ittovo- 
m-nt  h>  mid  U«»M-*rTier,  and  the  roUry  tabular  driving  iliaft  or 
huh  receiving  tlie  rvar  end  of  the  flexible  nhaft  and  oonii.<ctod 
tlierewith  hv a »pliiie-and-)rroove  or  e«iaivaleiit connection,  whcroby 

the  mid  flexible  •haft,  while  receiving  rtiUry  movement  fn.m  \» 
ffM  tw  tlide  eiHlwine  in  .m-  tiin>u(rh  tlio  mid  tabular  driving-«h»n, 
mlMtantuUlv  aa  heretnbefom  tet  forth. 

a.  The  cmnbiiuUiiHi,  wiliaUntially  an  hereintiefore  set  forth, 
of  the  handle,  the  pivnted  vibrat<.ry  tuol-carricr,  the  flciiblo  iihaft, 
the  tnbafair  driving  iih»a  or  hnb  c«inn«;t«l  with  tlM>  flexible  shaft 
by  upline  ami- grwivc  or  ciiiivaleiit  i-.>nne<ti«n,  and  the  pivot.-d 
lio»d-«t.K:k  or  bottring  inpporting  the  tnbnUr  driving  nhiin. 

3.  The  cUniping  devit-o  licrein before  ixplaine<l.  coimiwtiiic 
of  the  plate  houring  at  one  end  n{M>n  tlie  hnrnisbing  t«.l  ami  at 
the  utlior  ap.Ki  «rew«  ^umcA  ihnmgh  tin-  ann  and  piMv1d.1l  will. 
an  eye  extending  thnmgli  the  arm,  lulapUnl  to  l>o  lo.ke.1  witl.  . 
wnlife  or  it*  o<iaivalcnt. 

220,618.     40ID  PHOBPHATf  FOR  BHIMO  POWDIRS 
k.  OiTLii.  Pr9Tl*»ii«.  ».  I       'tltd   F.b    t7,  1871 
t'faim.— 1.  Th«  prooem  of  manufactnring  an  atid  jxiwder  by 
the  trentiiient  of  bone-aah  with  dilute  oil  ..f  vitriol  and  a  wlation 
of  mine,  acid  plioaphate  of  lime,  with  large  .^xcew  of  wat.r.  nii.l 
the  application  of  h«U,  aa  and  for  the  punnxtea  »p«ifl<><l. 

1  In  the  manufWAnre  of  an  acid  (xiwder  or  .-reinnof  t:irtar 
•nbatitnte,  the  iiMtbud  of  iiwuring  the  ooinplcte  hydration  .-f  tlu 
phoapliorio-acid  mlU  and  the  dulphate  ..f  lime  pr««>nt  by  tnatin;; 
the  boiie-aah  or  otiwr  tri<^fic  phoaphate  with  oil  of  vitriol  d.lnt.«l 
with  an  oxcem  of  water  under  agitation  and  heat,  .ubeUntially  ut 
dcacribed. 

.1  The  prucem  of  manttfactwHag  an  acid  powder  or  ereain-or 
tartar  .nb*it«te,  ©..Milting  in  tnirting  booe^h  with  oil  of  vitriol 
diluted  with  esooM  of  wrter  mndM-  aiptation  and  heat,  and  con 
verting  the  dihydnnjen  calcic  phoaphate  formed  into  hydrogen 
dicakic  phoaphaito  by  the  combiiiation,  with  additional  idcmonU, 
of  baae.  Mbatontialljr  aa  deacribed. 

4.  Tlic  aeid  phoaphate  or  cream-of-tartar  auhatitnte,  in  which 
the  active  ingredient  baa  an  execa*  of  baae  over  a  dihydrogtn 
.••hie  phoaphate,  and  in  which  both  the  plMaphori«yacid  ialta  and 
the  unlphato  of  lime  preaent  are  completely  hydrated,  sal>ataii- 

lially  aa  daacribM. 

230  610.     MIOK  TII  0»  SCA»F   HOLDlt.     Ciillil  B 
■  II.  artaklyi.  V.  T.     Fll.d  Ajr    >«•  »»••       <"<»<«1  ' 


Claim. — 1  In  a  buw-noxaU),  the  combination  ot  the  part  A, 
carriinif  the  mrvw  1>,  [sirt  H,  luivinc  the  neat  F,  coupling  C,  ralvc 
K,  1U11I  iiiochaniimi  for  prt-vonting  Haiti  valve  from  rotating,  Mlb- 
MtaiitiaJly  an  .Intcrilied. 

1  in  a  honc-noztile,  the  valve  E,  liaving  pnijoctiona  H,  for 
reguialiiii;  and  direrging  the  water  tlimngh  porta  r,  and  (Utiiaint; 
It  til  riitaJe  iipirally  through  the  part  .V,  for  the  purpo«<-  of  ("orm- 
lut;  a  itpray.  aubatantially  as  doacrilx-d. 

.1  The  .ylindir  (»  uioin  the  part  A,  provided  with  Uie  acrew 
I)  and  with  [xirtii  r.  in  r^mitiination  with  the  Talve  K,  having  pro- 
jectioiw  H.  aa  ami  for  the  purjioac  set  forth. 

4.  The  c<iiiitii nation,  in  a  hoi«>-noule,  .>f  the  part  A,  part  B. 
having  the  iie«t  F,  coupling  C,  valve  E,  luecbaniam  for  pn-veiit- 
ing  ilio  mlvf  fnini  rotating,  and  cylinder  <>,  oarrying  the  ikmtw 
I),  and  pnivided  with  |><jrt«  r,  HulMtaotially  aa  deacrilied. 

220.622.    RAILROAD  RAIL      JiHii  H.  CoLLiiawoou.  Poigk 
kttpilt    N    T       Pllid  Oit    It,  1171. 
Hrtff — The  aectioiu  of  a  tUroe-part  rail  are  aecured  together 
by  ineaiu  of  alutted  bolta,  through  which  paaa  bow-ahapod  aecur- 
iug-ipringa. 


CoLDMint  ¥    Coil.  Cir 
H     Caapbtll.  iiae    pli(« 


CUitim. — The  coiiibination,  with  a  eoinponml  rail  c(>iu>tructo<l 
.lubatantmlly  an  h.-rcin  dew-ri l>ed,  of  the  lM>lt«  K  K.  having  lateral 
o|ieniiiir«  M  M,  liiid  the  bow-shaped  apring  N,  a*  act  forth. 

.229.523.      CARTRIDGE    LOADER 

I  liavilli.    Ill  .    ktaigaor    to    J&aei 

\        Filid   Miy  It    1879 

Jlru-t'  —T\i>-  Ml.rMlion  of  a  lever  which  carrlea  the  cartridgo- 
h.ililiiii;  tuU'  .arri.w  ibc cartridge  flrat  under  the  |Hiwder-magaxinc, 
in.iii  will,  h  If  reciMvcK  the  charge.  At  tl»e  mine  time  a  wad  in 
o)irrii<d  fiirwanl   iiiui  jxiiiition  to  lie  rammed  int<i  the  shell.     A 

I  inovemcnl  of  the  lover  in  the  oppuaite  direction  then  brings  the 

:  (hell  under  the  shot  niagaxine,  from  which  a  charge  of  shot  in  rw^ 
ocivwi.  and  at  the  »aiiic  liuie  another  wad  ia  carri»>d  forward. 


Cki' 


'^^.^S 


Clnim. — 1.  In  an  iuiplement  for  kiadi«g  oartriilge-MbclU,  Uie 
ooiubliMtVin  nf  the  (date*  A'  A',  tlio  latter  having  HfieHirig  at  e*, 
mid  platoB  onniainiug  the  pirated  lever  R,amuigod  to  rpci|imcaie 
a  cam-plate,  (',  having  aUtta  e  e,  alao  a  alider  or  wad-earrior,  C  , 
which  ia  at^oNtahly  ancared  to  aaid  oant-pUta,  aaid  alider  fttrtlter 
having  an  elongatiwi  alot  tu  {inrniit  it  tn  paaa  tron  of  the  fhh-rum- 
piii.  nil  Hulwtjintially  aa  denrriltod,  and  fbr  the  pnrjxMoi  aet  forth. 

2.  In  an  iin)>tenient  ft>r  loading  cartridge-altul la  having  top 
and  Ikittom  pUte«,  A  .V,  the  pivoted  lever  H,  ita  roller  V.  the 
cum  plate  V,  having  atota  r  c,  and  the  alider  or  wad-carrier  C,  by 
inenita  whereof  the  latter  can  In  reciprocated,  in  U>«  luauuer  and 
for  the  pur]M«(«  act  forth. 

.1.  In  an  implement  for  loading  earthd^-ahella,  the  nmibi- 
iiation  <if  the  lever  H,  piviitod  Ix^tweon  top  aiwl  bottom  platea, 
A  \',  ami  the  caainga  (I  () ,  liaving  o|ieninga  ^  f*,  aaid  lover oarry- 
inc  the  tnlie  or  cartri<lgi>- holder  H  ,  open  at  both  onda  and  con- 
trolled by  a  pivoted  gate,  ]{*,  having  an  a<^uatable  bearing,  t',  by 
meaiiK  whenxif  aaid  lever  <»n  \<v  a<-tiiatod  either  tn  the  ri|^ht  or 
left  and  itK  holder  bnmght  alteniatoly  in  lino  with  either  one  of 
the  wiid  caainpt  or  o|H)iiingH  r/',  an  and  fur  the  puqHwua  aet  forth. 

4.  Ill  a  CHrtridge-flllcr,  the  combination  of  the  a<\jnMtablc  atnp 
l>,  .-.iiiiiiitting  of  a  iMairing-platc,  d,  having  pnijoctioni.  d  ,  the  alot 
if',  ami  aet-acrew  if\  by  iiicaiia  whereof  the  wad  c«n  lie  held  ata- 
tioiuiry,  in  tlie  inaiiiior  and  for  the  pnrptwea  aet  forth. 

.I.  lu  a  cartridge- filler,  the  onmbiiuition  of  tlie  platea  A'  A*, 
the  Utter  having  o|)oiiiiig  e*  between  aaid  platea,  the  pivoted  lever 
]{,  carrying  the  cartridge-holder  K',  o|ien  at  ifei  top,  cloaod  below 
hy  ffiito  II*,  the  ram-plate  C,  having  alota  e  c,  and  uimnoctcd  tlicre- 
w  itli  the  Hlider  <»r  wiul-carrior  C,  the  aiicket  H,  open  at  loith  ciulu, 
til.'  two  tiibo*  K  F",  Mid  the  plniigor-barrel  K',  ita  plunger  K'  ineah- 
iiii;  Willi  the  aeiniicnt-gnar  lever  K'.  pivot«l  to  bnaring  K',  all  aikid 
jKirtii  count ructcd  and  o|«eratiiig  auloftantiully  aa  and  for  the  jiur- 
|KlM':i  M't  forth. 

(i.  The  cj»p  I,  li.iviiig  tiHiiirn>  1  1",  »o»'ket-lK«riiig  C.  and  o|ien- 
liig  at  I*,  in  eonibiiiati.iii  with  iho  caainc  (1 

7.  The  powder  aii.l  hIioI  nH-epturUv  .1,  having  at  liottom  the 
fiang«  J  and  o|Mmin^' 7  .  in  c<nnbin.'iti.>n  with  the  cnp  or  oapa  of 
CMMiuKa  ()  0  ,  aa  and  f.ir  the  iMiriamoii  wt  forth. 

.S.  Ill  a  rartridge-fillor.  the  bed  and  top  platea,  the  pirnted 
lever  carrying  cartridge- holder,  the  aain -plate  hanng  nlota,  the 
xlidor  0-.  wml-carrier,  the  pivoted  tamblom  .«r  cut-off  devices,  the 
cjwinga  O  (!',  having  alotii  and  o^ieninga,  the  oapa  I,  having  flangeii 
and  o|wniiigK,  the  |t.>wderand  »h.>t  re(x>ptaclo«i  .1.  havini;  i)|K>ning»i 
at  iMittoiu,  all  laid  |Nirt«  being  o<iini>ined  and  coiiittructod  to  u|>erHlc 
ill  the  manner  and  for  tlii;  parpiaHw  ai't  forth. 


Cloim — .\n  annular  kiln  divided  in  c<>in|>artiiicnt«,  in  coiii- 
hinalioii  with  a  rotary  fiimiwo  ]iroMdod  with  n  anitablc  fuel-hnr- 
l»*r  ami  pl|ica  for  tli.'  application  of  a  <-«>m|«innd  jet  of  air  anil 
lii^iiid  fuel  or  j;:iii,  «•  .■.HiHtrnclcd  lui  to  inj<><-t  .1  bhiti  pt|K  Hame 
iul.«  any  of  lb.'  ci>iii|iurtiiiciitK  of  the  kiln  at  the  will  of  ihc  ..p. 
cnitor. 

220,526      RAILROAD  TRACE       David   E    Dutiu w.  W».liiig 
tai.  D.  C       Filtd  Jilj  le,  1871 
/irirf. — A  aeiiii-cylindrical  or  aiinilar  houiting  iiH-h«i»i  mp- 
|M>rting- rails  l»elow  and  a  guide-rail  alxive  for  the  driviiiKn  liet-l*; 
aim!,  guani  niiU  or  bam  applying  over  tl»e  extended  emU  of  the 
axl(«  and  itlari  above  the  truck-wheela. 


220,624.     lANDrACTOSB  OF   PAPER   BOXES 
Ddci.  Oklttfo.  Ill       Filed  Jtly  II.  1871. 


Fiiicii  K. 


to, 


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1_ 


VUum. — 1.  A  flanged  box  tube  or  body  oooatructed  of  a  Kindle 
ahect  folded  and  aecnred  u|M>n  itaelf  in  two  or  more  coiitign.iua 
layera,  which  extoiid  unequally  at  the  end  of  tlie  tnlw,  tii  fonn  a 
flange  and  ahonlder  adapted  to  receive  a  flanged  cover  or  bottom 
flnah  with  the  mrfhoe  of  the  tube,  aa  deacribod. 

2.  The  bof-tabo  having  an  outer  flange  at  one  end  and  an 
inner  flange  at  the  other,  and  oonatrocted  of  the  single  sheet 
siMiwn  ill  Fig.  i,  folded  and  cemented  upon  itaelf,  as  doaiTibed. 


220,626.  POTTIIT.  TILI.  AID  »LA88  FDIHACB  Oaoiai 
DatTii.  law  Tark,  I.  T.,  aislgiar  ta  kiaisif  aid  itki  E 
Brswar,  Traatai,  I.  J.     PUad  1st.  11.  II7I. 


Clatm.—!.  In  combination  with  a  railway  track  or  NvntJin  of 
tracks  and  tlie  wheels  of  a  car  traveling  th4<r(«Hi.  the  Neiim  ireular 
or  other  sha[M^  fhune  proridesl  with  an  njiper  eeiitrallv  -arranirisl 
guide -rail,  either  rigid  or  imaaUhle,  and  a  similarly  arnuigwl 
fixed  rail  on  the  n>ad  lied  |»n»per,  whereby  the  up|ier  and  h.wer 
|iortiona  of  the  driviug-wbwla  are  ateadied  ajid  guidwl.  suhataii- 
tiuUy  aa  deacribed. 

2.  The  c«jinbination  of  the  seiiiicircnlar  or  other  aha(>e<l  fhune 
or  half-r-ylinder  .V,  provided  with  the  guid»-rail  D,  with  th.  drn- 
ing  wheel  K.  lower  guide  rail,  K,  and  aide  raihi,  C  C.  wber^y  the 
engine  is  held  and  guided  U.  ita  connie,  snbataiitially  aa  aet  f.wth 

.1.  In  oiinbinntion  with  the  frame  or  aeiiii-cylinder  A,  pn>- 
>idudwith  the  guide-rail  1>,  the  driving  wheel  K,  hiwer  ininU- 
r»il,  B,  aide  rails.  ("  ('.and  the  guido-bHm  d  or  r  f.ir  the  ext<nd«l 
|M>rtioii  of  the  axUw  or  for  the  truck  wheels,  wiiereby  tlie  enifine 
and  cars  are  giiid.vl  ami  held  to  the  tnw  k,  and  when-b\  rre.itir 
vel.K'ity  can  be  atUiniil  with  a  leaa  pn>|«irtionable  an»ount  of  risk 
by  accident,  aubatjinlially  aa  aet  forth 

4.  In  combination  with  the  frame  or  »emi-c_i  Under  A  and 
the  supporting  sills  or  sUx<|ier»,  the  rubber  or  other  elastic  apring 
or  parking  t,  whereby  elnaticuy  is  iiin»rl«d  Ui  the  entire  su|*r- 
atructure  and  the  sound  c«a«ed  by  the  vil.rations  of  Uic  paasing 
trains  diminialied,  as  aei  fortli. 

ri.  In  a  railway  syatem,  tlie  cninbination  of  the  large  pontml 
driving  wheal  or  wbeela  with  the  eentrally-armnged  upper  and 
lower  gaide-raik,  wiiereby  mid  wheoU  are  directly  at«a<lied  and 
IfBidod,  aabatantiallr  aa  apecifled. 

220,627.     lACHIII  rOl  OOATIIS  SHEET  iROV  OR  OTHER 
■  ITAL8  WITH  Til.   Ao.      Jiaii    F     DBfrr     Cklisgo,   HI  . 
aiilfisr  ta  Jaaai  Hssiay,  Itv  r«rk.  H    T     aid  Jski  L    Bar 
Itlfk,  Aia  Arkar,  lUk  ,  ais  slgktk  ta  sack       FlUd  Apr.  I 
1871. 
Clmim. — 1.  The  cniubination,  with  the  vata  of  a  niachim  for 
wiating  metal  aheeU  with  metal  or  alloy,  of  the  wiper  H.  ctmsiat- 
ing  of  a  tixed  Ubie,  a,  and  a  vertically  yielding  pbUe.  a  ,  covered 
as  deacribod,  aubaUiitially  aa  and  for  the  |iur|MiMia  apwified. 

2.  The  combination,  in  a  machine  for  nmting  alieet  metal 
with  other  metal  or  alh>y,  of  the  air-blaat  pipoa  L  L,  the  plaiiiali 
on  I  r,  the  rata,  and  one  or  more  wipcm,  all  arranged  auhatan- 
tially  aa  ahown  ami  dew  riliod  with  relation  lo  each  <*hor,  for  the 
ptirp<»tcs  set  f.Mlli. 

3.  Tlie  cmiibination,  in  a  macliinr  for  ciaUii  ahoot  metal 
with  otiier  metal  or  alloy,  of  the  (daiiwhora  I  and  i  ,  the  rata  1) 

'and  F,  tli«  n>lh>ra  C  aud  G,  and  the  fumaoea,  anhatantially  aa  and 
fur  the  parpoaea  apeoiAed. 

4.  The  ooinbinati«ifl,  in  a  machine  for  onatiitg  aheet  inrtal 
with  otlior  metal  or  alk<y,  of  the  rata  1)  and  F,  the  (temaoea,  the 
preaaon  or  rollera  C  and  G,  and  the  wipen  U  a*d  H  ,  aulaitan- 
tially  aa  and  fttr  tlie  purpnaoa  apeoiflad. 

fi.  The  otmibinatitm,  ia  a  marhlne  ftir  eaating  alieH  metal 
with  other  metal  or  alhiy,  nf  the  rats  D  and  F,  the  a<\)a8tablo  mil 
en  or  preaaeni  C  and  G,  the  wipora  H  and  H',  U»e  pi|iea  L  L,  aad 
the  fbmacoM,  subatantially  m  aad  tor  tlie  parp(«oa  sfiocifled. 

6.  The  combination  of  the  vata  I)  and  F  and  tlicir  ftimacea. 
the  a^jnatabie  ndlen  or  pmaaen  C  and  <l,  the  wl|iori  H  and  H  . 
the  planialien  I  ami  I  .  and  the  pi|Mia  L  L.  subtitaiitially  aa  ami  for 
the  purpiaaea  sjiecititxl. 


OKFICIAL    GAZETTF. 


July  6, 


tSlo. 


229,529 


7    In  coiiihniati.m.  unUUntialb'  m  heroinheforv  .li».  ril-  .1.  » 
reel  or  ii—l.  H,  a  fiiniacfi.  K.  lvn>  ur  more  v.vu,  I»  K,  ll..-  pn ■*«  r 
n>llfn  C  1111.1  «t,  tlie  wi|N.ni  H    H  ,  the  iiir  t.liwt  [Mimsii,  tt.e   (.lu.i 
Uberm  «ii.l  ih*  fw-.!  n.lU.  all  amiiic"!  f'"-  <i|'c™ti..ii  U.e<-tl»r  in 
.  ..nn«  ti.m  with  tho  Mine  Htrip  of  ihwt  uioUl,  for  the  purixwoa 
•|M<elliiil. 

329  528.      B018TIII8    AID    LOADIXe    APPABATC3        Jon. 
null.  H.w  Ttrk.  NT.      Ftl.*  iir   10,  1 110      (Mo-od.;) 


<-4.ntr<)l  tho  niovoinrntK  of  tho  hiiiiimer  that  it  cannot  reach  and 
strike  th*"  V)cll  tx<-.j>t  wloii  thf>  pluniror  ik  vihrating  rapidly  inUi 
tho  disk  fttui  II.  ituil.l.iily  ,  ho.  k«l  in  itx  forward  nioTenicnta  hy 
tho  Ktop  *  or  it«  t'^uiv.il.nt,  for  the  imrposoi  herein  su^i^mtlidly 

nhown  iiml  (l«M*i-nl»<l  wu  ..i     i 

2.    Ihv  coniliiiuition  of  ihr  tiar rl«<lr»-miip"ct  A  wfUi  tiK)  l»r 

B  and  the  ammturow  of  tho  raU  hot  lever  V  and  the  bolWJianilnnr 

lover  l>,  wlion  tho   latter  an;  arran(n^l  at   the  oppnsilo  cndit  of  A 

and  tho  lover  (    m  a-laptj^l   U)  n>tAto   the  ratohot-wheol  I  ami  the 

lovir  I)  t.j  opemUi  tlw   Ih-11  haitiinor,  unhrtantially  aa  ahown  aod 

dL»iril>o<l 

ri    In  a  rauhetlevor,  the  V  »1>»P«1  pi TOt  or  bearing,  in  com 
liiii:ilioii  with  tho  uprintt  K,  when    the  Utter  ia  arranf^  U>  niain 
tho  1.  %.r  a^Tiinat  ita  bearing,  gnhatantially  aa  ihowu  and  doacrilx'.l 

1  Tho  rombination  i»f  an  electro-magnetic  ratchet  with  an 
clwln^-inaKnotif  b.-ll  or  ojUI.  when  Uie  former  ia  a^jnated  to  opor- 
ato  in  r<«}M-iiit«'  t..  onlv  ouipAratiTely  alow  electrical  impolaeit  and 
is  adapUwl  u.  ino.hanioAlly  oootrol  the  atriking  of  the  hainuior  on 
the  l>ell  or  .»1L,  and  the  latter  ia  a4iiiated  to  operate  only  in  n>- 
»pon»o  to  «>veral  rapidly-anoceeding  electrical  impolaaa,  all  being 
arran>fe<l  for  the  purpoee  of  operating  the  ratchet  and  atriking  the 
boll  or  call  indcivndontly  of  each  other  upon  the  aame  electric 
(in  uit,  '.iil«t«nti»lly  aa  ghown  and  deacrihed. 

229,530      aOR.«K   HAT  RAtl      Tiomi  OiiLowiT  »i*  Joai 
Limi*    0«i»w»    0«t»rU,  C»»»*a,  atilsicri   t»   Wllllaa   H 
ri.U     Pirt    Cheil.r    «    T       F11.4   D.o    t7,  1171.      Pat«it«4 
.a  CiiUt.  Ut!    5.   1»77.  n*  Mar    10,  1171. 


C'Mm.— 1.  The  luwling  af/paratna  B,  fttnned  of  drtiina,  oTer 
which  paMaa  an  endlew  belt  or  chain  proTided  with  fingw*  for 
the  r«»jitior.  of  flight,  the  iaid  apparataa  B  being  aeoared  to  the 
hatcbwar  ..f  the  reaael  by  the  aide  bara,  H.  and  being  Terti.mlly 
a4)(Mtobie  by  ineaaa  of  the  ilidea  J  and  bolta  *  /.  iuhrtantially  aa 

deacribed.  l    •.    i     j 

a.  The  combination  of  the  hoiating  de>i<*  A  with  the  load 

ing  apparatus  B,  brake  X,  and  the  chute  or  slide  C,  f.M^ined  of  the 

a^jiMtable  piecee  C  and  C.  „     u       i  . 

S.  In  combination  with  the  l.wdine  apparatus  B,  the  plat 

«.nn  K  L,  prorided  with  the  tablea  or  pn.jecting  piecea  f,  aab^ 

atantiallr  as  deacrihed. 


aaOOaO.     ILI0TEIC8HIIAL  APPARATUS      Hl»tT9PllfI. 

MH.,fl.U,I...  ril.il.r  «.1M0  (II0..4.1) 
nm,m.-l  Tho  oomhiuation  of  tho  disk  .1,  luivtnn  the  sh>t ». 
with  the  plung»>r  r  and  the  regnl»tin«-st..,.  *  or  it-  eqniTalent,  the 
d«.k  being  adap««l  to  n.tate  will,  the  aid  of  an  oU-ctnMnagnet.e 
ratchet,  and  the  plunger  to  vibrate  in  cmmHt.on  with  aii  electro- 
magBelio  baJl-ha.n.Ber,  and  all   U-,n^  arr«n»o,l   to  «.  ^Ijiist  and 


CJ-m.— I  In  »  hor»e  hay-rake,  the  oombinathw  of  tlie  Ihm4 
B  and  wheel  or  hub  t  with  a  brake-ehoc  arranged  U>  be  held  or 
locked  by  the  (brward  movement  of  the  wheel  againat  aaid  huh  by 
a  t.^rgle  inechaniam,  the  aaid  tlioe  and  the  portion  of  the  wheel 
between  the  shoe  and  the  axle  forming  one  arm  of  the  toggla,  ami 
the  link  k  the  other,  •ahatantially  aa  and  Ak  the  porpoae  aet  forth. 

a.   A  toraional  di*>harg»-rod  eonatraciad  with  anna  m  i,  anp- 
ported  bv  the  shafta  and  pivoted  at  the  and  nest  the  tanaioa  mem 
iM,™  1  1  in  a  movable  bearing,  anhatinrtaHy  aa  dawribed. 

3.  A  u».th  holder  A»rmed  of  one  ftm»  rf  ■Mai,  cylindrical 
in  ita  externa'  form  and  slotted  oomplatrtr  ttn^fh  «»  •  P"***^ 
..f  lU  lontfth,  H.id  adapted  to  ba  dnTWi  into  a  hole  bored  in  the 
hea.1   mil-tiintiKllv  u  »nd  ^r  the  porpoae  dearrihvd. 


JuLT  6,  i88o. 


U.    8.    PATENT   OFFICE. 


»3 


i,  Tb«  tUmtinmurj  abatroent  e,  in  eombination  with  tho  hraki>- 
■boe  «,  anhatnnfially  aa  aet  forth. 

&.  The  cnmbiBatioa  of  the  shoe  «,  lever  d,  bell-orank  H,  and 
teanion  BiMh«- 1,  MhaUatially  aa  deaeribed. 

2120,63L  CAV-TOf.  Eaitia  0ifci.iiPii.  Bostoi.  asilgisr  sf 
•  itkalf  af  hit  right  t*  1.  W.  Okanksrltli,  SentrTlIlt.  lasi. 
PIU4  lay  17.  liu.     (Is  ■•4«1  ) 


CUtmm. — Tho  iinprorod  can-top  ounsioting  of  the  neck  A,  pro- 
vided with  arrew-tbroad,  the  cap  B,  adapted  U>  screw  thereon  and 
having  a  alittted  flange,  and  the  wire  hook  or  I.Mtp  C,  for  faateninc 
the  cap  to  tlic  nock,  subataotially  a«  and  for  the  parpoeos  do 
wrihcd.  ^ 

220,682.     BIANI  FOK  8T0TB  PIPI8       »ioiai   Hipwill. 
Dss  Itlisi,  Iowa,  aitlgisr  of  «it  ktlf  of  kU  rlgkt  to  lascs 
4  C«  .  tans  plkss       7iU4  Die    It    187«. 
I. 


ClaimL. — The  table-top  B,  having  lock  or  tom-batton  I,  ia 
oombinatioo  with  winfi  F  F*,  hinged  to  the  top  B  on  opposite 
•idea,  ao  aa  to  fold  opwmrd  aad  inward  and  meet  in  the  oeater  of 
the  top  K,  with  look-plalfa  K,  the  whole  arranged  aa  and  for  the 
parpoaa  apaciflad. 

230,634.     WHKIL  OULTITATOR.     JoiiW.  Hsaisi,  WsUlig 
tsa.Ill       riU<  lar    1».  111*.      (I*  h>4«1  > 

Britf. — A  ■ieer*  upon  the  axle,  to  which  the  pinw-beama  are 
attaehed  fay  a  jak».  An  arm  extenda  downward  troea  the  sleeve 
and  roeka  with  it  A  spring  ia  wonnd  around  the  axle  and  paaaaa 
ont  of  the  aleera  and  downward  to  the  rear  of  the  arm  of  the 
ooapUny^leere.  Aa  tlM  draft  ia  attansbed  to  both  the  arm  and 
the  spring  it  fbliows  tiwt  is  hard  growid  the  greater  draft  will 
oTCfeopM  the  firing,  tun  tba  sleeTn,  aad  caase  the  plowa  to  run 
deeper.  In  aoft  ground,  with  light  draft,  the  q>rinp  ov^roome  this 
tendency.     A  spring  oonnaoting  arch  for  two  sets  of  plow*. 


CImimk. — L  The  sleeve  I),  cut  away  for  tlie  passage  of  spring 
O,  the  latter  attached  to  bar  i<  and  coiled  around  and  secured  to 
axle  A  and  arm  F,  oonstruoted  and  arranged  as  shown  and  de- 
scribed. 

X.  The  combination  of  the  yoke  .1,  pronged  and  serrated  plate 
L,  a^ioatable  plow-heauis  K,  rod  i,  aod  collar  K,  substantially  as 
and  for  the  purpoaes  herein  set  forth. 

3.  In  oombinatioB  with  two  sets  of  plow  beams,  the  sharm 
K  and  oonneiAiBg^apring  8,  aa  and  for  the  pqrpoaes  horoia  set 
forth. 


230,636.    FABKIC  rOK  CABPIT  Liaiiei.    Dins  HeiT,  Jr., 
Baatsa,  ■til      Plls4  lay  SI.  ItlO.     CKs  aslsl.) 


CMas.— The  improred  store -pipe  blank  having  a  tubular 
edge,  a  b,  and  a  common  tamed  edge,  •',  subataotially  as  aod  for 
the  purposes  set  forth. 

230,638.    KITCHIKTABLB.    Aaoi  K    Horraiiii,  Lsisastsr, 

Pa      Pllsl  Jas.  tl,  1110. 


^-         »'  

Claim.— \.  The  described  pmceas  of  making  a  fhbric  by  orimp- 
ing  paper  or  simiUr  material  into  open  pockets,  preasing  and  fhat 
ouing  tbe  same  together  with  adhesive  strips  or  tapes  intn  one 
composite  fhbric,  substaotiailr  ai  and  for  the  parpoaes  set  forth. 

2.  In  a  carpet-lining  or  similar  fabric,  a  aeriea  ot  atripe  or 
flattened  roll*  of  fibrous  material,  C  C,  a  aeries  of  folds  or  crimps 
of  paper  or  similar  material,  B  B,  partially  or  whoUy  inciflaiug 
aaid  stripe,  and  a  series  of  plaits  or  pockets,  B'  B',  and  openings 
li  H,  fastened  and  held  together,  sabstantiallr  as  set  forth. 

S.  As  an  article  of  manufacture,  a  &bric  oonatmcted  of  paper 
or  similar  material,  crimped  into  open  pockets  or  plaita,  fk^ned 
and  held  in  a  oontiooons  elastic  aod  reoeptire  fkbric  by  strips 
of  paper,  tape,  or  similar  material  adhealv^  laid  thereon,  or  by 
quilting  or  stitching  transversely,  substantially  as  shown  and  de 
scribed. 

4.  An  an  article  of  mannfkctore,  a  oompoaite  &brit.  oon- 
•tractod  of  paper  or  similar  material,  arranged  in  plaits  or  pocketa 
in  two  series,  with  strips  or  layers  of  fibroas  laatarlal  laid  ip  one 
series,  and  with  the  other  series  left  nnflUad  and  open,  the  Whole 
so  arranged  and  fastened  or  quilted  togeUer  as  to  oflbr  (4)en- 
iiigi  between  the  contiguous  partially  or  wholly  inclosed  strips  of 
flbrooa  material,  sobstantially  aa  shown  and  described. 

320,eSe.     BLBCTKIC  LIOHT  BBOULATOB      Iiio  «.  Iii.l,sss, 

Hy<t  Park.  III.      ni*<  Vsv    tO,  1171 
Bntf. — Oarbons  separated  by  armature  of  a  magnet  in  direct 
circuit  and  drawn  together  upon  weakening  of  the  current  at  the 
arc  by  the  armature  of  a  magnet  in  a  shunt-circuit 


Clmm.—\.  In  an  electric-light  regulator,  the  combination 
of  an  eleotro-magnot  in  the  main  or  carbon  eironit,  which  acta 
through  anitable  intermediate  dericea  to  separate  the  carbons  and 
is  incapable  of  Airther  operation  while  the  carbons  oontinne  to 
bam,  and  an  eiectro-magnet  in  a  shant  of  tbe  eariMw-oirouit  ar- 
ranged to  propel  positively  one  of  the  oarboM,  throogh  saitaUe 
intennedlate  dericea,  fbr  the  purpoae  of  leaseniag  th«  Hi^.^.y^ 
between  the  carbons,  snbataatially  as  described. 

1  In  an  electric-light  regaktor,  the  oomWsaMon  of  a  rod 
carrriiig  one  of  the  carbons  with  a  friction -olntoh  aoting  oontinu- 
oualy  on  the  rod  with  saiBdeot  force  to  ■oataln  its  weight  wbea 
loaded  with  the  carbon,  aa  etsetio-magnet  the  armataM  of  wbioh 
oarries  said  dutch,  naid  magnet  being  in  tbe  carbon-elraait  add 
an  eleetio-magaet  la  a  shant-oiraait  arranged  to  aot  through  suit- 
able intermediate  devices  to  force  the  rod  longitodinally  thrmigh 
its  clutch  in  a  direction  oppoalte  to  tbe  attmotive  force  of  the 
magnet  the  armature  of  which  oarriss  said  ehitoh. 

S.  In  an  electric-light  regnktor,  tbe  oombiaation  of  a  md 
carrying  one  ai  the  carbona,  a  fiietion  clamping  devioe  which 
holds  the  rod  where  placed  against  the  foroa  of  grarlty  aoting  on 
it,  an  electro-magnet  placed  in  tba  eirooit  of  a  sboat  to  the  arc, 
its  armature,  a  damping  device  which  damps  aad  oarries  tbe  rod 
forward  as  tbe  armature  mores  toward  tba  palaa  «f  tba  aleotro- 
magnet  and  nnclamps  the  rod  as  tbe  annataia  atores  away  fh>m 
the  poles  of  the  magnet,  and  a  drcnit-oontroUer  whioh  opens  the 
ahnnt^irruit  when  tbe  armature  approaches  the  pnies  >A  the  mag- 
net and  closes  the  shunt-circuit  when  the  srmature  ooues  hack 
aninat  iU  stops,  snbrtaotially  aa  set  forth. 

4.  I  n  an  electric-light  regulator,  the  combination  of  an  eteo- 
tro-magnet  in  the  circuit  of  the  arc  and  the  electric  generator,  its 
armature,  which  carriea  one  of  the  carbona  and  establishes  the  aro 
when  tho  oarraat  passes  fK>m  the  generator  to  tlie  regulator,  a  rod 


«4 


OFFICIAL    GAZLFTF 

T 


July  6,   1880. 


.;irrNin»r  "Ik'  "f  tUe  (Tirl^iiu,  •  friction  cUuuping  device  whirh 
\,.<ui»  ilie  roJ  wbert-  pl*»tHl  »({iiinirt  the  force  of  grmrity  acting  on 
it,  111  olwtpt-mimiiet  pUced  in  tl»e  drcnitof  »  xhunt  U)  tli«  arc,  ir» 
ftnnntnro.  am!  a  lUmiHUg  deTlce  which  cUunpa  %bA  ourioi  the  ro.1 
f..rv.artl  aiijtli«  smMtnrt)  mored  toward  the  p«4oa  itf  the  iiiaitiict 
iiikI  mil  \jfi\»  •'"'  "^  ••  '•»«  wroature  move*  away  from  the  pol.-n 
..|-  111.  niC'xt  cr  rwiU  afrainirt  it»  Mop.^  •ul.iUntially  a*  aet  f-rtl., 
S  In  an  ilootrio- light  rrfjnl«t4ir,  tli*"  winibinatiim  of  an  olc; 
til.  iiiatfiM't  ill  the  circuit  of  tho  an  aiid  the  electric  ffpncrHtor,  iln 
ariiiHtun'.  which  carries  on*-  of  the  i-urtMiiia  and  f»t»lili»he«  tlic  Arc 
Hh«  n  ihc  iiirrt'iii  \vumu»  fmiii  the  (renenUor  l<i  the  rcjrulator,  «  hmI 
.  arri  mi:  imh  «>f  the  .-ariH)!!!*,  a  IVictiotl  claiupini:  dcvic*  which  hohU 
(hf  n»l  wlicrK  phMtnl  si^aindt  the  force  of  tfmvity  a<-tiiiK  '.ii  it.  an 
ch'«tn>-tii.M:iiet  plai-xl  in  the  cinnit  nf  a  «hnnt  to  the  arc,  iIk  amia 
tnn'.  A  .Uiniiinu  dcvi.  e  whi<  h  rlauipa  and  carrica  the  rod  forwartl 
(U  the  itnnHltin.  m.>vc«  toward   the  [xdna  of  the  nia<rnct  and  un 

<  hiinpn  1I1C  nxl  MX  fh"'  unnatnre  move*  nwa.v  fr>>ni  the  [Milea  of  the 
niiiifii.  (  or  i»tN  aifiinut  it»  »Ut[».  and  a  ciniiit-contriiller  wliidi 
o|«Mi,  til.'  «liiint-cin'nit  nlicn  the  iniiature  approaihoH  the  p<de«i 
of  ttif  M.HL'iK  t  and  .  I.>"C«  the  «linnt  circnit  when  the  arinaturt- 

<  onicK  liiu  k  ufaitmt  iIk  Kt<i|ii,  nulwtiintiallv  a«  int  forth 


2.  In  a  bakor'a  oren,  the  alternate  tien  A,  aabdividtal  into 
coin|Mrtiiienta,  and  horixontal  Aikm  D,  aoppliod  with  daiu|ieni  and 
rciriators,  in  uonibinatinii  with  the  perpoiidiouhir  flau  (^  baxiiic 
r<>)(iat«n  e,  aahKtantially  aa  deacriltod. 

3.  A  donl)lo-<!iided  baker's  nvcn  lutcinK  openlnpi  and  door*  at 
two  nnda,  arrung.xl,  ax  doiwxilxxi,  no  th:it  a«ic«i«»  can  Itc  had  t<>  two 
Mj^  (MMite  «idm>  of  one  or  nion;  tiunt  of  ovcna,  in  iitiiiltiHatiim  witli  a 
|ict'iM;ndi<'al>ir  Itue,  (3,  itnd  indi'|>cndont  liiiri»>iitnl  Haen  1>,  hnviiii: 
M  irttterM  nnit  <Uiu{>i'pt,  hw-utcd  '•niMluiitialty  mh  not  forth,  ao  that 
mn  IMC  or  iiiori'  i>(  a  m-nim  of  nntMliviaionK  cun  lie  iMSttnl  at  .-t 
viinotl  do^HH'  of  leni|Miraturv  without  aftivtin;;  itiiy  other  of  the 
siiUlit  laiona  or  cainiimrtiuonta,  all  coiulriK-tMl  and  amuiKcU  huI»- 
HtAiitially  aa  deacribud,  for  the  porptaic  inttMtdml. 


229.540.  JAIL  OR  PRISON  0i«k«i  0  KtiTiii..  Coliabii. 
Okit.  rilai  rtk  17.  1980 
tirie/. — (3cU»  for  jaila  arranifwd  in  doulile  rowa  aepiuralcd  by 
and  opening  intJi  a  corridor  which  is  iiic|iwc«l  overhead  and  at 
itM  ciida  by  Krating.  Ka«;h  ooll  ia  pniridwJ  with  a  »>aiik,  water- 
<  loa«!t,  foed-po<kct,  heating  apparatua,  and  watcr-anpply  h<»x,  all 
:w  a|iectfi(»lly  clai  inod. 


220.537.      HIRMRTICALLTSRALRD   JAR.      Loon   Liislit 
St     !.'«.!.  lo       ril«d  lay  tl.   IHO       (Ho  Bodsl  ) 


Clmm.  —  l.  in  combination  with  a  jar  or  veaael  the  neck  nf 
whi<  h  baa  tho  mrnigiitiona  «,  the  iiietAl  cap  H,  coiupnaod  of  plia- 
ble material,  mid  cap  cotwiHting  of  the  tK>tt«in  »  and  annular  wall 
h  ,  lite  lattw  havinfc  the  cormjratioiia  r.  by  ineaiu  whereof  a  fit  or 
joint  of  the  Mid  cap  with  the  nock  of  the  jar  ia  achieved,  gutaitan 
tially  aa  and  tor  the  porpoaoa  set  forth 

a.  The  lierein-deacribed  mode  of  hormetically  aealing  fflaaa 
jan  or  anak^mu  reaaela,  oonaiating  in  fomiinn  the  neck  with  cor 
rujnktiona,  inaertinif  in  aaid  neck  a  cap,  B,  r<MisiatiiiK  of  pliable 
material,  and  havioK  a  bottom,  b.  and  annalar  wall  b  ,  nabJectinK 
aaid  cap  to  preaaupe,  OMiaing  ita  annnl&r  wall  to  confonn  iu  ahape 
and  fit  by  iU  comipttiona,  the  nid  oorrapationa  exiating  in  the 
neck  of  the  Jar,  and  filling  the  c»p  with  plastic  material,  and  cov 
ering  the  top  thereof  with  a  lid,  anhrtantially  aa  and  for  the  pur- 
p<ana  aet  torth.  ^___^^^^_^___^___ 

229,638.    RAIL  JOINT      Jiiii  LociiHT.  Mlaitlc,  111     Fll«4  j 
Jai.  }l.  Ii8n  ^ 

Brief —Hho  onda  of  the  raiU  are  «o  cat  aa  U)  torni  a  slip-ten.m 
wher«  joined,  one  end  havint?  »  rwoeae  in  the  web  near  the  t>a«\ 
T-ith  which  flta  a  projection  upon  the  ii»yoining  rail,  and  havin« 
the  baae  extended  U<  fit  into  a  p<irrwp<mding  reoeaa  whi»h  i»  bu- 
i»iw  tho  pnijection  on  the  .ind  of  the  a4Juiuin|L'  rail. 


.'■frtjM.— The  lu'n-iii  ilcai  rilH-«l  mi|inivcin<-nt  in  railway  mil 
)oint»,  «'«>nai»tiiig  of  the  (iinibinatioM  of  the  raiU  .V  and  H,  tli.- 
fomrar  having  the  pnijixtioii  n  and  ;in  upp<'r  and  hiwer  trxx-m. 
the  lower,  «  ,  rtitendlng  farther  hack  than  the  upper,  and  ttie  lat- 
ter, M,  having  the  rflceaa  b.  to  receive  the  projection  «,  and  the 
|ir»ye.:ti<.n  *  ,  len<ftheoed  to  fill  the  oorreapondingly  extende.!  n- 
<w«  rt  ,  arrange!  ••  dewsribed,  and  for  the  jmrpoae  aet  forth 

320.639.     BAKKR'8  OVl*.     l4«o»t  Lqid    Mtw  T«rk    M    T 

Pil«<  Apr   I.  itIO      (H*  aolal  ) 


fte«i^— 1*  baker'i'oven  having  tien  A,  ea.h  tier  divido.! 
inu,  ro«pikrtw«i«a  •,  wpplW  with  d.K.r«  «',  and  arrang^l  ...  .« 
.UpoiHtent  groQpaof  oomp^inent.  inel.»ed  with  eitenor  d.-.m.  «  , 
•oUtantially  ■■  deacribed. 


i'Unm.  —  \     Aa  an  i..iprovenKmt  in  jaila  im- priioiu.  crila  *r- 
riMS<><l   Ml  di  nbld  rown  and   aoi^ratod   by  a  corridor  which  i-  in 
,  l,«.  .1    iM  rl.  "ad   111(1  at  iU  end  by  a  gratinif,  ai>d  op«>n  which  the 
aliiitling  v\.A*  of  aiiid  c«dU  are  made  cUwe  and  pn>vidod  oaoh  with 
1  il.N.r.  ^Rl  ttantially  as  and  for  the  punaiai!  a|iocifie<l. 

I  Ii.  ■on. Ui nation  with  a  cell,  a  box  opening  into  or  throuKl. 
on.  of  it»  wTilI...  and  connected  at  ita  upper  end  with  a  water  ai;|. 
(.Iv  a.i.l  at  iu  :.  wer  end  with  a  waato-pipe,  anbatwitially  aa  ai'  1 
for  the  puq«>w  •!iown. 

:^    III  i-oinl  illation  with  a  cell,  a  water-oloaet  which   la  con 
no<  f.1^1  with  the  waete  pipe  of  a  water  anpply  box,  aubataatially  an 
and  f'T  the  jviriHiae  >.et  fortii. 

4     III  .oinliination  with  a  cell,  a  watur-cloact  arranged  I* 
iieath  »  hinjjw)  bunk  and  ii.chatod  by  nicaiin  of  a  cover  which  c^aii 
,,iily  U'  ..|»-iie<i  "  lien  aaid  bunk  ia  riuwil.  «iilir.i.i  iliallv  uh  and  for 
III.'  iiiir]H»M   ,.h  nvu  and  dc*  riK-d. 

.".  Ill  ...iiiliiiiiilion  with  the  wall  ('.  |>n»  .ded  with  the  n\w\\ 
ii.U  .■  the  .«v'ii"  iitiil  |«»  ket  I',  luviiig  the  Ine  or  ati.p  ».  Uie  i^k  ii- 
i.it  «  .  and  the  iuu  «"  >^ .  the  lug  V,  pri>videtl  with  the  o|M!nin|;  r. 
and  the  pin  W.  aaid  iMtrta  lieing  arranged  aabatautially  ••  and  for 
tlie  j»tjr\>-»»'  «j«'ritii>d. 

«  A»  a  ii.e«iiH  for  wanning  the  eell,  and  in  coinbiniUioii 
therewith,  the  |>ii»«<  S,  arraugwl  horizontally  along  th<i  fi<«r  A, 
at  i.r  near  the  fn.i.t  wall.  C,  and  tho  gnard-platc  T,  jdwjed  ala.vu 
aixl  in  rear  of  «ii.l  pip<w  and  provided  at  ita  reM' aide  with  per 
forati.iiia  t,  for  the  r«»rward  paaHH!"  "^  boated  air,  aabatantially 
an  uliown. 

7  In  oimhination  with  a  cell,  a  bank  hini;ed  to  one  aide  ..f 
the  name,  and  aaaUined  in  a  horianntnl  position  by  uieana  of 
chaina  attached  U>  ita  cnda  and  t4>  aaid  wdl,  and  a  br»ee  or  bracket 
aecuml  to  the  lower  aide  of  aaid  bonk,  at  iU  center,  and  imping- 
ing ii|«H.  mid  wall,  aubaUntially  aa  let  forth. 

229,641        APPARATD9    FOR    BRIAKIRO     AID    lOBDUDfO 
BORSKS       Di«»i»  lioiii.  Brooklyi,  B.  T.     PlUi  J»»    18 

Ilia 

Clmm.—  Vii  loipr.ncl  ap|nirntB«  for  »nh«lning  vicion«  horm-n. 
i^Hiatatiii.;  ..f  il...  tntine  A  H.  |.roM.l<'.l  with  w  lie^-U  at  their  ont.  r 


July  6,   1880. 


U.    S.    PATENT    OFFICK 


220.64L 


229,645.  APPARATUS  POR  ILLV8TRATIN0  TBI  PRINCl 
PLKft  OP  ID8IC.  Joii  C  IcCLtii,  iidUaapalli.  lit. 
PiUd    Prr    tl.  I«7t. 


eiida  or  amue  anitable  aup|H>rt,  in  iMiiubiuMtion  n  iih  .i  <-<  iklml  (lONt. 
t«i  whieh  tlie  frame  ia  secured  and  aroniui  wiii.h  u  may  rointc, 
and  the  thilli  a  b,  and  suitable  atrajMi  for  aoi.iio-.:  lliv  aiiiiii:U 
tiion-to,  ■nbataiitially  aa  shown  and  di«>.'rilM-<l. 


229,642.     PR0CRS8  AND  APPARATUS  FOR  AGING  LIciUORS. 
jDiirH  L.  liKTlii.  Bkltlaor*.  II.     Piled  Apr   2^    itNO      iSa 
■  oriel. ) 


(Haxm. — I.  The  proooaa  hen  in  dtwcritiod  for  o^'iii^  i>r  clnuij:- 
itig  the  <)uaHty  of  spirits  and  other  ah-oholic  liijuura.  anch  aa  hcn'iii 
li.eiitiitnoil,  the  same  (vinaiating  in  .uiiaiiii;  the  changing  influcncts 
Huch  aaacurrtMit  of  electrieity  or  a  entiilytic  agent,  l^i  act  tlinmeh 
the  itiodiuin  of  a  p<»r<iua  cell  njam  li.jnor  while  held  in  a  moimIcii 
or  II  1.0.1  iHetiil lie  veaacl.  anbatAntiidly  :im  m  I  forth. 

2.  Tl.e  pnH-cas  of  a^ing  liquor  by  i<.il.(>-ctin((  the  aaiii.  to  the 
coll. billed  action  of  acurrvut  of  ele<-tricit>  and  n  .Atalytic  u;;cnl 
aclJng  u|ioii  tlKi^liqnor  thnmgh  the  nioliuiii  of  a{Niroiu  dia|ilirH)^ui 
or  wll,  aa  deaiTilMxl. 

3.  In  apparatus  for  apnc  apinta  and  other  alc.iholic  ii(|uoris 
the  <imibination  of  ineana,  aiilistiiiitially  ani'h  aa  diw  rilM<d,  for  pn»- 
diici.ic  a  current  of  elwtricity,  i\  |win>.i»  veaael  for  contaiiiinc  catLi 
I)  tic  ugetits,  and  it  w.mmIcii  or  other  i.on  n.etiilli.  mwu!,  Kiii».t;in- 
liailv  aa  do»cril>e<i. 


Clnim-~l.  An  at^uatjtbh  diak  or  slide  provided  with  a  aeriea 

of  notches  and  a  scries  of  intencnin^:  winps  the  said  nob-hcs  nf^ 

rvwnting  and   illnstratiug  the  d<j:rr«.  of  the  .liatonic  aciile,  the 

diatancc  U'lwecii  centers  of  i.otelie*  r»pn*«(>iiting  and  iliustruting 

!  intervals  in  piU-li.  and   tl.e  anid  wingn   illiiKlntling  and   m|»»i'««iii.t- 

I  ing  iIk-  clii.ii.iation  of  dogruis  of  tlic  clmHimli.  scale  whii-h  do  not 

'  .Kcnr  in  tho  diatonic  Male  of  aaiiir  tonic,  sulisUinUally  im  sliown 

and  dcacrilxid,  for  tl»c  pnrpoaes  s|H'ciA«Hl. 
J  2.  The  said  a^jnatable  disk  or  slide  providoil  with  iioich<« 

I  and  intcrveninp  winga,  cntiiitmcUHl  and  arrHiiKral  .v  di*.  rilxsl, 
.  coiiibiiKid  with  a  diak  or  board  upon  which  an'  n-prcw  nli'«i  tho 
I  dcprtx-s  and  intcrvaU  of  the  chroinalic  ni^nlc.  as  and  for  th.  |.iir- 
i  [xaH-  M't  forth. 

^229,546.    8OLDBRIN0  lACHINK.     CRi«.  R.  lis lu a    Dovtr. 
I        Dil.,  stilgio:  of  «■«  kkir  of  kli  rigkt  t«  Lafsjttti  Saitk, 
■  sat  plaet       Flltd  Ptt    II.  1110. 


22'*.543.     PILLBOX.     Hcim  S    lljr»»gn    ChiesfTO    111      Pll«4 
D»r.  S.   I8:». 
Iin< J. — PaKlclatanl   Iki\  with  Nhe<'t-iiictiil  or  oiled  | 
pi  I    :iii       liiaidc  of  oover  line!   \i  ith  silvcrod  j>ii[xi   .. 
Thiiu    re:ilii|-e«  |>nve|il   pilU  (nui,  -li,  kiiiL' 


I"  r  dia- 

KNltcd. 


,y^,  O  <!i  fc:.'  'Ls| 


^^^T-I^ 


CUiim.  —  1.  In  n  [lill  box.  tin  eonibinatioii  of  th.  Ual\  n,  di»- 
phr.igni  r,  pniviilivl  with  a  nniiilH'r  of  indcnt.iitit>iis,  c.-tch  adapt^'d 
to  n-<t-ivc  a  single  pill,  and  a  aivcr.  h.  the  diaphnt(;iii  lioiiig  mi 
lo.-ati.<l  n'lativcly  t4i  flie  cover  thai  the  pills  will  be  held  in  pliux' 
\n  the  envor,  snbataotially  as  specified. 

'1.  Ilia  pill-hni,  a  diaphragm  pniv  idod  with  a  scries  of  indeiita- 
lioiia.  and  alao  with  perforations  e,  in  eoinbiiuU-ion  with  the  bodi 
a  >4  tlie  box,  pnrvidwl  witH  boh*  /  for  tl.e  itdmiaioon  of  air,  sul. 
atiiiitially  as  specified. 

229,644.       DBTICB    POR    COATING    PILLS    WITH    A     SK«1 
PLUIO        Hiatr    8.    Itrsiin.   CkKifto.    Ill        Piled    Ptii     r, 


1I«0 


I 

•A  I  I 

Vlmim. — 1.  Tlie  combination  of  the  plates  (i  H.  ring  or  plivt* 
y,  and  p<iNts  I  with  a  neodlv-holdcr  and  neodles,  subHtanlially  as 
and  for  the  (iur[MMH«  s^m-ified. 

2.  TIh>  iiet)dle-|date  (',  provided  with  openings  •  to  riTcive 
puis,  in  (MMnHnation  with  a  head.  1).  haNiii<;  u  tlaiigt',  b,  snl«tan 
tiallv  aK  s|>witie<l. 

:{.  In  a  devicu  for  coating  pills,  the  plutc  A.  provided  with 
rec««ee^  to  receive  pilU,  and  with  two  or  more  hohw.  a,  in  nHnlH- 
nation  with  a  noedle-holdur  pmvidud  with  guide  pina,  a;id  a  strip- 
ping-fdate.  H,  ]ienii»n«iitly  aec-ared  to  the  guide- pins,  which 
extend  Udow  such  atripping-plaU'.  Kulwiiuitially  v  iin.l  for  t»»c 
jinrposi*  sjicciticd. 


Claim. — 1.  A  port»b)e  apparatiu  for  hiuid-sol.lenni;  's.u* 
cotn]>osed  of  the  following  alements,  namely:  the  btnly  \,  Inn  ipij 
t)ie  central  floe,  «,  a  inelting-|>ot  having  a  plate  i>r  .over  foni.i-,1 
with  a  cn«c«ot-shai<ed  o|ioning.  t .  and  a  passage  oi  )utjyu\^' >  f..< 
cundocting  heated  prodocts  nf  combostioii  anmnd  or  in  couuut 
with  the  exterior  nf  the  melting-put.  all  combinod  and  .'U-ranged 
substantially  aa  and  for  the  purpose  herein  set  forth 

2.  A  melting-pot compuaed  of  the  two  parts  c and  e.  connittod 
with  a  paaaagr,  «',  in  (^tmbiiiation  with  the  flue  a  and  )iiuwag(  /, 
snlwtantiully  as  aud  for  the  pnrpone  herein  set  fttrth. 

<i.   The  combination   of  the  a<\justablc  hingod  plate  (    u>!h 
the  melting-pot  H.  having  the  creaoent-abaped  o[H-iiing  r  r     .u 
t<i|i.  whenby  the  angle  of  the  can  with  ri'florpuce  to  the  said  o|k  u 
iii^  unil  to  the  contents  of  iIr,  moltiug-pot  mny  la-  n^ulat<<d,  sub- 
stantially as  aud  for  the  puqwec  heroin  aot  forth. 

229,547.     WASHINe    lACHIVI       Pilicil   L    ItrciliL.  St. 
Jssspk,  Is       Pilrd  N«r    I,  ]I79. 


r/niM. — 1.  The  cnniMiiation  of  the  pniii|si  (',  bai  ing  a  chain 
Iwr,  n.  anil  the  jwrfi>nit»>d  plate  4,  closing  aivid  chiiiiila'r  ;M»d  <  \- 


•6  OFFICIAL    GAZFTl  t. 

Usmliim:  over  the  p«ai(M  of  »  rw;iprnr»tiag  rrain<;,  D  ,  rMrrfing  thr 
roHtn  t%',  acting  in  omineution  with  the  mud  pUti-,  salMUntiallv 


July  6,   1880. 


an  upocifted. 

1  Tbe  oombination,  with  th*  pe»erioir  nr  tank  A,  the  fnuiie 
M,  erneted  tluMViHi,  *n<l  tlw  way*  D*.  »u|i(H>rt(i<l  nnd«r  wid  fhtuir 
luid  vartkmflr  M^JwtkMe  reUtitc  th)T«tt4i,  of  the  cndwi«»-rwi(>n>- 
r»ttii|!  tnattc  ly,  wnriiiK  the  mllcrx  a',  tlic  itAtioiiar)-  p<»rft>r»t«i 
|>li*t«  t,  tlH-  painiMi  C.  Mtd  dMUiilKT  n,  b»th  i-uverod  by  luid  |i(at««, 
MitaiMitmllj  M  apeoiHed. 


230,048.      WRIIL    HABKOW       Oiii*    laittr    Viikiktrg. 

itck.    ru«4  r*k.  17,  Ilia. 

nritf. — The  tootb-hMt  are  longitodiiUklly  groored  to  r«cciT«» 
M.1  hold  tiM)  Mhla  of  tb«  teeth,  mmI  have  ciiriiifs-anni  by  whi.  h 
tlH-y  arf  adjusted  and  which  yield  to  heavy  prwaore  on  the  twtli 


t'/fiim.— The  ini|)n»veiiu"nt  in  tlieart  of  iiianiiriM-tnrinnihovd- 

bl:iiilv.i»,  ( oiwmtit.if  ill  forniinK  »n  iiiRot  hy  ta«tiii){  soft  atocl  in  it 

mold  that  )ia«  K  core,  B.  imytTtinir  inwanl  fVoiii  »wci  of  tlio  walla, 

nnd  Ik  l«ir  of  «tm:I,  I>,  nf  lii<h  prade,  projwtini;  inward  fhiiii  tho 

(  opixwiU-  wrill,  thun  ridliutf  the  inpot  an  foniiod  inUi  a  plate  or  hur, 

!  aji  iliiiwii  in   Fig.  5.  which  may  be  diridod  into  aluivui-hlauks,  *• 

I  deacriltMl  and  ahown. 

I    929,651.     IITIOD   AMD    APPARATUS    rOB    CALIMDIRIKO 
PAPIK       loili    MIWTOI,    BoljAkt.   laii       '!!•<   '*■•    *• 

!       itso.    (i»<«i  > 


tl'itm.  —  1  Th«>  tnetliud  of  calcnderiii);  |ia(ifr  c«naiatin^  in 
Ml)^«Yniiic  thf  saiu*"  to  the  action  of  raloiideriiiK-aurfacM  U|>on 
whi<'ii  II  ■oiiKfant  au|tply  of  Kt4iani  ih  (U;li\i>r«>d. 

1  In  <')>iiihiiiatii>n  with  a  n>ll  for  (-alcndvriiig  iia|>er,  a  pi[)p  ur 
roiidurlor  !trrant(nl  to  deliver  atoaiii  upou  tbo  outer  turfiicc  of  the 

lUtnir 

I    The  iiMiihmafioii  of   (.h(<  calcnderiiig - niUa  anppliod  with 
riiiniiiii'  viiiliT  !n   iiiiMM  i^iniiiinnifating  with   tbo  iiiterioT  of  tho 
:iMi  iwi»i«  arranut'"!  to  di«cliar|rc  apoii  Uio  exterior  of 

,ii  «  riU'd  ami  ilioivn 


-•iU 


.1  ,u 


111. 


r..lN 


HlllT    I    PHiLrs, 


220,652.      EXTgWSION   STEP    LADDKR. 
Hir^ht:!     ■"'h        PlUd    Jnlr  It.   1171 
Jlnrf  — TIk'  roMiiii;  ImlihT  nrrtionn  abnt  piid  to  end  and  arc 
nnitcil  li>  liinKt-H.  th>'  i-iuU  'if  wliirli  an'  l>rnt  into  gains  or  uiortiitoa 
PI  tJM    *«'*  t;oti« 


t  inw».  — 1.  In  couihination  with  rollem  or  shaft*  I  '.  tcf-th 
K  t,  ami  lifting  lover  L,  the  aprini;  ami»  or  liar*  N  O  and  ion 
iKTtiiik'  '«"  M.  hinir<xl  thereto,  iM  net  forth. 

i.  Ill  i-rmibinalioii  with  lever  li  and  rock-nhail  •>,  the  pawl  I', 
ri»l  g  «lr»iirht  at  one  end  and  Iwnt  at  the  other,  jicrfiiratwl  rack 
..r  l..ir  It,  and  iioti  li«l  ra»k  or  liar  H,  nulmtantiallv  an  aet  forth 

\  hi  .oMihination  with  fhiiiie  A,  aeipiiental  liam  F  an.i  R, 
iiotrli.xt  Ur  .■<,  and  the  hearing*  for  the  ahafU  or  rollers  and  Hie 
i\l.»,  til.   l-.lta  Z  'A.  whiih  .Utatli  said  i«rt»  by  one  Caatenmc. 


229.649     SPADR 
Apr    S     IDSO        <N 


■  riis    BtiTtr  Ptlli   Pt       FlUd 


I'lfKm.  —  III  K  folding  liuliler  wliiMic  aoctiona  abot  end  to  end, 
ilo'  I  oMil'iii.itioii.  \titli  Niiiil  MMiioiiK,  of  liinifea  O,  applied  thtirrto, 
UK  kIiowii  and  Inivint;  liciit  ii(>  endx  cnlerini;  and  holding  in  nior- 
tiwi.  or  i;xini  m  the  luiid  ««'tionH,  all  iii<  and   for  tbc  purputiw  act 


fortli 
229.553 


t  lmm.—-\n  a  apade,  the  hindle-tUrnpa  nt  their  junction  with 
the  blade.  '-<><Mtruoted  aubatantially  an  hercinliefore  dewrilnHl.  »o 
iliat  tht  ndge*  of  the  fW>nt  and  bitck  atrap*  me«t  and  o\erlap  tlio 
unu  I  of  tho  cap-plate  g,  Ibt  the  parpoee  art  forth. 

220,660.     lAIOFACTDRR  0?  IHOTRL  BLARKS      Riiit  I 
■  rial.  Bttvar  Palli.  Pa.     FUa4  lar    )1.  1171 


APPARATUS,    FOR    SLIMOIlie    ARD    RURYATIRB 
HAT       ■oRTiin   PoTTtt    ■•idaa.  Miek.     Ptl«*  lay  II.  ll»». 

(No  Bodal.) 


July  6,   i88o. 


U.    S.    PATENT    OFFICE. 


»7 


Clnim. — I.  Ih  a  »1«ik  or  eh'vatini!  ap|KimtiiH  for  hay,  &c,.,  the 
Rorioa  of  imle|>cndeiil  or  dim-«mn(H-l«<d  ni|Hi«  A,  n»|>iKtivi<ly  pro- 
vided nith  the  hM>|M  n  mid  b  at  their  opiMwilc  rmK  imd  with  one 
or  MMire  riiigH,  U,  aulmljintially  aa  and  for  tho  pur|><iM.-  herL'iiilier«ire 
m.'l  forth. 

±  TIh-  niethiwl  doHiril<e<l  of  iiiterhnkiii;.'  iin.l  teiniiorarily  *•- 
ciirini;  tho  aling  rope*  lo>:ethi!r  aroond  the  bniulle,  eoiiaiatiiiK  in 
thruadiiiK  the  lo»ip  at  the  end  of  one  ro|Kj  lhruu;rli  the  loop«  or 
riHK»  at  the  end*  of  tho  other  n»|ioa,  and  pnaaii>i;  the  trip|>ing-pin 
through  tho  pnijoetinn  end  of  aneh  tbruadod  loop,  aa  alK>wn. 

3.  The  roiiilMinUion  of  the  hnkinj;  and  trijipin};  |dn  <'  and 
ita  rope  I),  provided  with  the  atop  «,  and  aAi^aroil  to  one  of  the 
alinR  n»poa,  aulmtanlially  aa  and  for  tlic  purpoae  hereinbefore  act 
forth. 

4.  The  combination,  snlxitanti.'illy  a«  hemiiilicfore  net  forth, 
of  the  hio|»-eiKlo»l  >ilinit-Pii>oa,  tho  tripjiinjt  rojie  epcnrod  to  one  of 
the  »lin(s  nn>o«,  and  tbo  h»<  kinc  and  tripping  pin  ojionitinj.'  in  con- 
ntx.-tion  with  the  alint;-ni|ie  loo|w,  an  deacrilied. 

5.  The  oombination  of  tho  aling-ropoK  havini;  the  h>opa  a  and 
ft,  the  trippinjf-rope  arcured  at  d  to  one  of  aaid  alinp  rope*,  and 
prov  ided  wlUi  the  atop  Ui  enjrajte  the  ta<-kl«,  and  tlie  loop-enjtaR 
inu  tripping-pin,  anbetantially  a*  and  for  the  purpoae  hereiDbcfore 
not  forth. 

a.,  Tlie  oombination  of  the  hoialinjs-bloe.k,  the  aling-roim  pm- 
\  idod  with  tho  end  loojia,  n  and  h,  the  tripping-r«)iie  aocure<l  to  one 
of  the  alius  rope*  near  iU  loop  4,  and  the  tripping  pin,  nubntan- 
tiallv  a*  and  for  the  pnrpoae  hercinlxifore  aet  ftirth. 

7.  Tlio  eoinbiuati.in  of  the  frHiiiea   H    H    and   piMitod  f^aino 
II    of  the  hay-nn-k.  th.'  jiinn  or  liooks  tlienxif  the  loop  endoj  aliiiK 
n.)»«,  mid  the  |o<kiiiK  mid  trippiiij:  inn  and  it*  n>|K\  aubsUntially 
HH  mid  for  the  piir|i<iM.'  lieri'iiilK  fore  net  forth. 


220,664.      HDSIC    bEAP    TDRNtR        AtR«HiiM    Xiaiirix. 

List    OkiD       riled  Mar.   ID     i8!<0       'Noaodtl.J 


//^^ 


vidod  « itli  ii|MTlnreH,  into  which  tho  tmf-tuniini;  pnata  tit  and  have 
free  nit.iry  nievenient  titercin,  aalMtiuiliall}  ax  aet  fiirth. 

Ti.  hi  a  inuaii'-h'N.f  turner,  the  coiiibiiiaiion,  with  the  niuitie- 
rtwt  piii-e.  of  a  nietal  jdate  am-nml  midway  i»f  ita  umler  fa««,  and 
(irovideil  with  a|iert4irc«  which  regiiUcr  with  the  aprrtiiro*  fV»niic<l 
in  Uh'  phUr  aoriireil  to  and  fluali  with  the  dmiii-aup|MHiiu|(  bbx-k, 
ami  into  which  two  wt»  of  aitertnrea  the  ienf-tttrniii|C  piwtx  fit, 
Wing  rctninod  in  rigid  vertical  at^juatinent  and  bavin((  froe  nKary 
niuveiiient  therrin,  Milmtmitiitlly  a*  aet  forth. 

6.  In  a  Miiiaie-leaf  Innnr,  a  aet  of  Uwf-tarnin);  |><»<ta  ncidli 
aoparml  in  vortical  a<\iuiitiouiit  and  liavinK  fW*e  rotary  nioveiiieni, 
Ihoir  lower  onda  having  broiMl  iKiariu^  on  the  inetui  HiMir  of  the 
rer«Mnd  chamber  in  llie  drum  8Q|»i«>rtinf  block,  and  their  hpjht 
enda  impinring  aicainat  a  plat4>  aocnn<d  ki  the  upper  ttux  aji<l  mid 
way  of  the  muaic'reat  pieue,  which  latter  plate  ia  pn»  ide<l  with 
a|ierturM  over  the  enda  of  the  faiata  to  aJhiw  the  end  of  the  hwf 
turning  finirer  to  be  inserted  therclu,  all  eonibiiied  aod  arTajip-*! 
to  oponkte  aulMtaiitially  aa  aet  fortli 

7.  In  a  innaic-leaf  tnnior,  the  vortii-al  |>oata  having  free  n^ 
tary  nioveinont,  and  prnridod  wHli  ajiertun*  at  right  angle*  to 
their  length,  thnmgh  which  imaa  tlie  wire*  oi  lonlii  which  traiin 
iiiit  motion  to  tboiu  fnmi  tlie  rotary  drniua. 

8.  In  a  muaic-loaf  taraer,  a  lo«f-tnriiinp  arm.  the  portion 
then^of  renting  ujion  the  loaf  U-iiig  fornio«l  in  n  wavy  line,  en- 
abling it  to  obtain  greater  purchai"-  on  the  loaf  and  withont  ob- 
M-uring  the  iiiiikiukl  coiii|>i>aitioii.  il«  hiwer  end  iiiaile  aqiiare  to 
tit  anuglv  in  the  wicket  fonmxl  in  ihe  up|«r  end  of  the  vorti<-«l 
leaf  luniiiii;  (xwt,  all  coiiiliiiKtl  ami  arrmnied  to  o|«eraIc  sulwtaii 
tiallv  a^i  m\  lorlli 

{I  The  niethiMl  of  attaching  n  iiiniiic-leaf  tnnier  to  the  deek 
nf  a  piano  or  organ,  which  conaiHtA  in  MM-nring  two  pillara  with 
annnlar  tiangos  on  their  odter  and  froe  end*  to  the  rear  end*  of 
the  in(uiic-mst-«apporting  bracketa,  paaeing  tbcae  pillars  tbrou^ 
|ierforationa  in  the  piano  or  organ  deak,  and  locking  both  pillara 
by  a  inetaJ  key,  aubetMitially  a«  aet  forth. 

10  In  a  in naie- leaf  turner,  the  combination,  witli  a  aeriea  of 
dmnia  having  latorallr-pn>jecting  artua,  of  flexible  oonnertion  with 
a  aeriea  of  rertieally-a4iii'rtod  poata  baring  fV«e  rotary  movement, 
tlie  npper  enda  of  which  latter  being  adapted  to  receive  a  aeriea  of 
leaf-turning  fingera.  aabatantialiy  aa  aet  forth 


229,655.     THILL    C0GPLIN6       CiiiiT   Rliati.  Jr     ladiai 

apolli.  lid       Ptitd  Pat    S7    I8II. 


Clntin. — 1.  Ill  a  niuKi<  leaf  tnnier.  the  framework  formed 
of  a  dnini-Mnp|iorting  blo«k.  to  the  iipjM  r  fm-e  of  which  two  brack 
eU  are  iK-iire*!,  wliii  h  aup|M>it  the  intwie-liook  real,  together  with 
aetnating-amiK  attaohe*!  t«i  mtary  drama,  which  an-  iKMinectod  by 
anitable  gearing  to  lerticJil  [loalii  having  fni  mUry  iiM'>veniont. 
and  into  mx-kctw  roriiu>«l  in  the  ii|i|iei  end»  of  which  the  leaftuni- 
iiig  tiiigcrx  an-  reiiio\abh   mtiiiv*!,  Kubsliuiliallv  iih  ^ct  forth 

2.  In  a  niiuic  leaf  turner,  the  combination,  h  ttli  a  drum  hav 
iiig  rotary  movement  on  and  aecnred  to  the  druiii-i>up|i<>rtmg  bliKk 
by  a  pivot  nr  acrew,  of  an  artoating  anii  altachoil  to  the  upp<-r 
&ec  of  the  rotary  dmni,  and  brought  down  over  tlie  key  Uiard  of 
a  piano  or  organ  in  a  poaition  t<i  be  reaalily  artuated  by  the  |ier 
former,  and  wire  or  cord  gearing  to  trananiit  the  motion  imparted 
to  the  rotary  dmui  by  the  actnatiiig-ami  to  the  leaf-taniing  linger 
pueta,  aubatantiallr  m  aet  fiirth. 

%.  In  a  ranaie-leaf  turner,  the  combination,  with  a  rotary 
drum  pivoted  to  the  drum-anpporting  block,  and  to  whieh  move- 
ment hi  directly  imparted  by  the  actnating-ami  operated  by  the 
perftimter,  of  an  annnlar  groove  fonned  in  the  peripherr  of  the 
rotarr  dmm  to  admit  the  wire  or  cord  which  trsasuitta  the  mo- 
tion to  the  leaf-turning  poata,  and  which  wire  ia  prerented  from 
alipping  on  the  dmm  by  a  ataple  aituatnl  in  tlie  finont  porti«>n 
tbertiof,  Mibatantially  aa  aet  ftirth. 

4.  In  a  music-leaf  turner,  the  oombination,  with  a  dmm-anp- 
piirting  Mock  ro««wed  on  itn  u|>per  face  and  midway  of  the  block, 
aaid  rei««a  proxiiled  with  a  metal  flo<ir.  forming  a  bearing  tor  the 
leaf-turning  ptwt*,  of  a  iiietnl  pUte  phwvd  over  the  chamber,  ae- 
caretl  t<i  the  bh«k.  ami  Hii»h  therewith,  wliieh  bitter  pliite  in  pro 


f 'lAiia. — 1.  In  a  tliill-txMipliiig,  the  adjustable  device  onnsist- 
mg  of  the  screw-Uireaded  stod  L.  (irovidod  with  loek-nnt  F  and 
beAd  ¥",  having  one  end  awiveled  k)  the  block  (I  and  itj>  other  end 
o|M)ratiBg  in  a  aorew-threaded  hole  formed  in  one  aide  of  the  clip 
A,  between  the  Inga  D  D,  anbatantially  aa  a|My-itied 

2.  In  a  thill-ooapling,  the  ooinbiltation  of  the  dip  A.  having 
forward  prqiooting  Ing*  D  D,  curved  er  hollowed  out  on  their 
np|ier  edges,  an  at  B,  and  provided  with  a  iicrew-threaded  hole  in 
the  part  A  .  between  the  luga  D  D.  the  acrew -tlireadcd  at4id  L. 
with  head  F  and  lock-nut  F,  the  awivelel  block  (i,  the  rubber 
cunhiiHi  H.  the  ahaft-imn  J,  and  holt  K,  a*  and  for  the  pnrpuse 
»|>ecitiod. 

3.  In  a  thiO-ooupling,  the  combination,  in  the  adjnating  de 
vi«>,  of  the  Bi-rew-tfaroiidcd  stod  L,  with  head  F',  the  awiveled 
block  (i,  and  lock-nut  F,  aa  and  for  the  pnriKjac  ajwiiliod. 


220,666.     PR0CR8S  FOR  lAEIie  IRRRR  80LR8  FOR  BOOTS 
AMD   8B0E8.     iotiri    F.  Rs«i,  Ipiwltk,  laai        FlUd   Iw 
It.  lilt       (Rs  Hadal  ) 
CUtim. — Tlic  herein-dearriliod  proceaa  for  making  (lasted  ii»- 
ner  aolee,  oonsiating  in  flrst  laying  the  loatlier  pulp  on  a  wrapper 
placed  in  the  mold  and  aubjecting  itK  whole  anrfaee  at  o«c  opera- 
tion to  preasare  within  a  proaa,  and  afterward  Adding  the  urar- 
lapping  |>ortiona  of  tlio  wrap|ier  on  the  top  of  tbe  leather  pulp, 
and  finally  aubjecting  ita  whole  aiirfacc  to  proMure,  in  a  manner 
and  for  tlie  purpose  aet  fortli. 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE. 


July  6, 


1880. 


Clm*m.—l.  Tlw  wHulHuiitioii  i»f  tin-  Mifut.v-K»to  **•  »»»«1  "•  '"'*'' 
iiiR  aiiil  anUtrhliiK  «i«i;b»ni»ui,  coiMMtinK  i»f  tlir  ni.riiip-ciiUli  d 
uimI  h.m  f,  mid  tho  line/,  |fuiiJ«i  jr.  "nd  ann  ».  with  tUo  eluvnU.r- 
woll  A.  the  o«r  H,  ■i»d  Ut«f  IwltHriiiftiiig  n>|w  <t  n«l  D  of  the 
ino<  haiiwiii  for  o|M;r»tiii|;  hucIi  car,  tl»e  «»id  e»tv  liciiig  iipiilU-d  to 
rt  a<»>rw«y  ..f  the  well,  in  iiiiuiiMir  mid  for  tlic  pur|Miw  milwliuilijilly 
tM  wt  forth. 

i  Thi'  I  ..KihiimtKm  of  the  htckiiiK-^ria  i  and  rocrm  I  with 
U»c  eloM»tor  Willi  A  iukI  th«  Iwlt-Hliifler  n«l  mr  ro|w  D,  all  Iwiiij; 
U)  upenit*'  «iiliMttuitinlly  n*  i-xiiUiiiol. 

3    Th«  couibinHtiuii  of  lliu  mifoty  nid  or  liar  h  lOid  its  Munpcn 
«iou  n>imt  m  with  tin-  .  ltvulor-.Mr  H  ai«l  iIm  woll  A,  nil  U-iii«  ar- 
nuii^iid  aail  to  oiwnitu  (swiitiiilly  iui  miwirnxl. 


220,659         INVALID     Bill 
lili        Pita4  Apr    I    tilt 


WiLLiia  W    SaiLL.  Kiihrorit 


229,667.     BOTTOM  ATTACHIIIIT.     riuix  J  Eeniiiio.  »•» 


AM-i 


^ 


f  7<»»ii».— 1.  TTie  bottiMi-iJwc  diak  A.  liavitiK  mi  ibi  outer  ««dc 
«Jec  two  pnHigm  rt.  U«U«d  relatiTrty  oMWjmJy  U.  each  .ahet. 
*,lupt«l  U.  fiif*^  within  lH*»  nf  «  batUw  aud  lioUl  it  in  i««i 
ti.Hi  mi  »  (jiirwoirt,  .nliNUntiaily  aa  d«ir.ribrd. 

i  TH.-  hutU.ii  B,  liavitm  caWe-hotoa**'.  i"  i>.iiilMii»tioii  «  ith 
a  ri  arvr.nl  flat  -dK-vdlak,  A,  Wring  .m  it-  .Miter  -idi-  «lp-  two 
|MimK»,  «,  (dacttl  in  nitatirolv  nWiqoe  (waiticw  oii  th.  outer  hi.Ic 
.,1,,,.-  ..Mi  tuminif  »P  at  right  aiigka  wiU.  tl«  fa.*  of  th,  .liak. 
wilwlinitiallv  w  dwrrilaxl. 

;t  Hifl  .levi«!  Tor  faatoniag  ImtttMM  U.  ppinii.Ht*,  o>n«i«tuiK 
„f  .,  nnir  flat  .li»k.  A,  carrying  on  ibi  »>iM«»iU-  ■.i.l.i  wlffo.  two 
.H^mjjH.  h««t«Ml  iH  nAilir«ly  ..»rfi.|iii»  piaiti.HiiS  «l,i.U  umy  i»«» 
•l.ntt  tlmwgfc  Iho  g»nii«.t  and  with*.  »»tt.H.  hoh*  *  »  .  aixl  In- 
r,t«r,«l  into  iIm-  Wd™  .nn»-ite  tlwir  iTi«|-wtiv.^  ontmni-o.  br  whi.h 
11...  rn«r  .rf  tlw  faln-ir  t..  whioJi  the  •voral  |«n»  ar*.  attacliod  in 
hri.l4j.Nl  o»w  with  tlH.  Hat  diak  A.  whil«  Ui.  fcoe  of  the  bntton  in 
from  m  .■,H.tim»l  hy  nt»v^  fcoiKid  by  tarn,  of  the  proagi  «,  •«»»- 
■Muiilinll.N  ««  d«wrril""d. 

U2«,658      BLIVATOt.     At»»i  F    •■!"  »i*  Tuaii  T    D»- 


rj«M». —  1  III  r<iiiilnnatuHi  Kitli  the  jiixiU-d  IiiimI  |><irtion  H 
siui  til.  Imiid  Imr,  |m»I  li-'cr,  and  nuk-Uir.  the  ill  termed  iat*)  I'xii- 
iKt  tui»t  (l<\i.r,  siiliataiiiiallj  lui  lUnK-riUxl,  iiiiitiik|r  the  haiTd-liar  to 
tlir  liciiil  |Hirtioii. 

i  ill  coiiiliiimtioii  with  Iho  pivoted  head  |Hirti<Hi  U,  tho  ban 
D  d  H  .  link  <i\  ra<  k  liar  J\  and  [wwl-hivcr  H\  aa  duacribcd. 

229,560      WAOOV   loci      Dajiil  A    8rtt«Di.  PoUil.  »>4 

Stb»»t    ?«««»     Newport,   M     T.       Pll»4   Apr.  ».  IttO.      (N» 
■  adtl    > 
/irtr/—Thr   front   axle  ii.  locked  againi4  taming  wh«n  tho 
w  ho.  Ik  «trik«-  mi  iil«tructn>ii,  btit  tarns  readily  by  iiioveiDeut  of  tlie 

lollt'l'' 


(^7„,„  _TUe  <i>iiil>iimli.iii.  with  diagonal  rwuhea  or  \»m  tho 
forward  .  n.U  of  wl.i<  h  an-  pixot.Hl  to  tlic  .>tn«»iitc  end.  of  th<J  for 
w  iinl  Kxle,  of  »  loiiKue  pn.vid.Hl  with  a  c-row-bar  the  opj«»ite  en.U 
of  which  en^aif.-  either  dirwtly  ..r  iiidiroctly  with  tlic  forward 
end*  of  Mild  di«Koi.»l  reacbea  or  Ikuh,  and  ienro  to  impart  hm.vo- 
ii.cnt  U.  the  latur  when  the  tumgne  in  tum«l,  and  to  l.K^k  Uio 
wheeU  againat  lateral  iiioTciiicnt  iihoald  eitiier  firont  wliecl  lucet 
with  any  ubatruetioii,  suhatautially  ■•  wt  fortlL 

220.601.      riEl    K8CAPB.      Lonii  Ti»M.   Mtw  T«rk.    «     T 
riltd    Mti    14.  1171 

tine/,— A  tire  eaeai>c  cnnaisting  <if  two  maitroaMa.  liio  upjiei 
one  olaatitrally  i-onnected  and  the  lower  one  inehutically  oonneeted 
U>  «n  upright  ftTiiiio,  iii  the  manner  and  for  the  (lurpoM  (ct  forth. 

CUiim.--l.  An  an  inipro»xiiiont  in  flro-oacapea,  the  niattnxtii 
K,  oLiatioallv  <A.!iiie<t«l  with  the  fhime  of  the  appanitua.  in  rom- 
biiiatiou  with  ihe  uiidir  iiiattreBa,  (i.  coniiocted  with  MJd  fVuiii.' 
hy  lueiaMic  tapoii  or  loop*,  iu  tho  iiiaiiuer  attd  for  the  purpuae  wib- 
utaiitiallv  as  dcacrilK-.l 


L 


July  6,   i88o. 


220,561 


U.    a    PATENT    OFFICE 


»9 


i.  Ill  ctiiiihination  with  the  niattroas  K,  pro*  idod  with  the 
liM>|w  i,  the  nnU  D  D.  olaatie  iMnd*  *,  and  tmA*  (!.  w«iiiiiHt<>.I  with 
thr  iipriirhtJ.  B,  in  the  manner  and  for  Uic  purjwwe  HtibHtantially 
a*  de«wrilie«l. 

X  The  nmttn*!  (l,  pnnided  with  the  iiieliuitic  ioo|>»  ;.  in 
roinlniiation  with  the  nxln  O,  oonnoctod  with  the  aprighta  H  of 
the  frame  of  tho  ap|iaratiii>.  and  with  aa  ni»iier  elastic  iiiattrtsra, 
ftulwtantially  an  dearribe<l. 

4.  The  frame  of  the  ap|>arat«a,  oninpoand  oT  Uittoin  platea, 
A.  upright*  B,  and  n«U  C.  in  oombinktion  with  the  olaatically- 
oiiinoutfld  inattreiM  K  and  iiielaatically-oonnouted  uiattrcai  <>,  both 
iimttnuwiw  liaiigii'ii  on  the  n>di«  (\  unbHtiiiitially  ao  dewrihed. 

220.662.       VELOCIPIDE        ClilLli    I.   TtiiuTaAii.  Scitli 
>•■<,  aiilgior  ts  tkt   Ptrktr  i   rrl«i<   laiifftttirlig  Cta 

ptiy.  Ciiiiiittl.  Okio.     PIUl  Mkj  le.  llie      ()(•  ao^tl.) 


CUum.—\..  In  Toloeipodca  pr.»pollod  partly  by  the  weight  of 
the  rider,  the  couibinatioo  of  the  vibrating  lever  K,  liaring  handle* 
1  I  and  fi*»t-r«rt«  t  a,  with  the  Mcillating  lerw  HL,  »ddle  L,  block* 
N  ami  r,  and  rtrap  O.  for  the  pnrp<»e  aud  ai  denribed. 

2.  In  a  reUicipcde,  tlie  oombination,  with  the  rear  driring- 
wheeU  and  the  axle  having  the  crank  H,  and  with  the  frame  !>, 
ixHiiiocting  the  driving-wheel*  and  fW»t  •teering-wheol,  of  the  pil- 
inaii  O,  attached  t<i  the  aaid  crank,  Oie  pivotad  vibrating  lerer  K. 
attached  at  iU  lowe|  otid  to  taid  pitnian  and  haring  fbot-roati  t  r, 
intially  aa  ahown  and  dewribed. 
ioD  of  the  standard  C,  carrying  the  itaerlmf- 
through  the  front  end  of  the  (hune  D,  with 

^_  .^ _, the  projecting  end  of  laid  stMidard,  aad  the 

Topea  J  J,  pMitBg  around  wid  spotd  awl  nmler  the  pnllaya  jj,  a*d 
oonneeted  with  the  ipool*  i  ♦,  all  sulirtttntially  a«  and  for  the  p«r- 
poae  deM-ribod. 

220,668.    BELLOWS.    j*t»  Vi»  En.  8«»»rTill«,  «.  J     riu* 
Aft.  II.  ItlO.     (B*  a***!.) 


220.664. 

C'iMua. — L  A  bell-striker  coiwistlng  of  a  pirotod  d*|ifK>r  and 
an  oiwratiag-lever  pivoted  to  the  clapper-ahank  and  to  H*  Bii|it>i>rt, 
and  having  a  luoTable  leverage  with  roapert  to  the  ula|i]><<r-shank, 
HnliKtantially  an  dew  rilied,  fur  tlic  jmrpnaa  spnritiod. 

2.  The  o)ieratiiig-k'ver  imtpended  from  Uic  irown-plate  witliin 
the  Im-II  snd  jtiinlod  to  the  i  hip|K!r-«haiik,  puliHtaiitially  a*  tle- 
KTitHNl.  for  tlie  pnrjHMC  «ixwified. 

.1  Thi-  ojM'Tating  lever iin><|iendixl  from  tlic  cniwn-iriiit.'  within 
the  "lell  *nd  ejitoiidinc  donnward  liehiw  tlic  <lH|>per  npon  i>f»pnaiti' 
Hide*  till  niof  to  receive  or  carry  a  donblc  loi»p,  V,  a)  its  h>wi  r  nml, 
■nlintanlially  im  dewrilicd,  for  the  pnrfmne  K|ii«'iti«Ml. 

A.  The  cpown-plat«  cast  witli  the  |«n>i4«  lioti  U.  adatittMl  l<>  r««- 
ceiveand  carry  both  the  «i<eratiiig-lc».'r  and  cl.-»p|icr.  xnliKUiulkully 
nr  dutcriltud,  for  the  pur]iOMe  «poci)ie<l 

6.  Tho  Boa^ioiiding-plate  catt  with  a  single  ear,  R  .  in  oombi- 
nation with  the  bolt  C  and  mrpcnding-strapa  I)',  sabataatially  as 
doscribcd,  for  the  |»ur]io««  specifiod. 

220,666.    ATTACEIUe  CLAPPER  SPKlKflS  TO  BELLS      Kfm 
W     Viitntii.   Mtwpnrt     I7        Tilti    Apr     I!,    ItIO        'Ii* 
noilel   ^ 
Jiritf — The  invention  consists  in  providing  a  recess  Ui  n-- 

reiv,'  the  bent-np  end*  of  the  spring*  agminst  whleh  the  elajiix-r 

strikea.  w  hereby  they  may  be  hung  separately  by  mean*  of  the 

suiiie  liolt  that  sosUiin*  the  bell. 


and  handles  I  1.  s 
S.  The  oombi 
wheel  and 
the  spool  K,ftxed 


("loMt. — 1.  Tlie  crown  plate  of  the  bell,  eaat  with  shoahh  r* 
K  K  upon  oppnailc  aiden  of  the  central  bult-hole,  between  tlic  earx 
of  the  clappw-pirot,  to  n-oeivc  the  hent  onds  of  the  clapper-ajiringx. 
sobatantially  as  deacribod.  for  the  purpose  specifled. 

2.  The  dapper -springs  applied  to  the  cmwn-plat*  of  the  l>eM. 
between  the  ears  of  the  clapper-pirot,  and  hariitg  tbeit  ends  Im-hI 
upward  to  bear  against  or  eut«r  the  reoonsM  formed  by  the  shoal 
ders  K  K  upon  opjioMte  sides  of  the  c<  iitral  l>olt-hole,  in  oinnhi- 
nation  with  the  elampiug-bolt,  (ubstantially  as  described,  fur  the 
parpoae  specified. 

220,666.     AH&LB  FOE   BELL  WIEES.      Eilt  W.  Tt*«cti«, 
Niwpsrt.  Ey.     yil«4  Aft.  11.  lll».     <I«  ■***!.) 


CImim. — 1.  The  combination,  with  tlie  eh.iTilieni  H  ('.  harinc 
▼aires  b  e  and  pipe  1),  of  the  idotted  lever  O.  iKtod  ntandard  q.  sml 
rod  a,  connected  to  the  under  Hide  of  the  air-<  hainlier  B,  sabstitn 
tially  aa  and  fttr  the  purpow;  described. 

SL  The  air-chambers  B  O,  with  valves  i  f,  mid  tin-  fl"*igiHl 
plate*  i,  in  conibinalion  with  the  flat  bow-spring  V,  having  upon 
ito  ends  rollom  K,  «aliirt»ntially  as  and  for  the  purj»oee  *i>e<ifled. 

220.664.     BELL  STRIKBE.     Elli  W    TiiVDiis    Newport.  Ky 
Fll«4  Apr    It    I81IO       (E«  Bodtl  ) 
/irirf—The  hell-rope  is  atta<  he«l  to  n  lever  whicV  ir  pnotcil 
to  the  vliank  of  the  clapper  and  to  the  cLip|K>r-iiupp»rt.  •    irkiiip 
at  one  of  Ihoae  point*  in  a  slot 


^^ 


®    t  t.  -J  -- 

\  .T-  tr~ 
Clmim. — TV  angles  or  cranks  for  bell  wire*  ronstrocted  of 
.  uniform  width  on  tlieir  outf-r  side*  or  fWcee,  and  with  the  widened 
angles  C,  having  longitodioal  slots,  rau^h  (o:italning  a  cruas-bar,  £, 
to  which  the  ball-wires  are  dipurtly  attat^hetl,  so  that  th*  hiop*  of 
tlie  wires  shall  be  contained  within  the  nlots  and  protected  by  the 
side  walla,  subatantialiy  as  dearribed.  for  the  purpust  specifli^d. 

220,667.       eOHO   AID   8I8HAL  BKLL        Elit   V    Yianuilii 
Niwptrt.  ly.      Fl)«4  Apr.  It.  iStO       (lodi:) 
/irief—Tite  Iwll  i*  rung  \<\    .  i«i'^i.iK  attache.l  ti  lift  dapjH  i 
»baiik,  against  which  the    Isj-iki  ih  r  Ium-KxI   by  a  le*er  rarrdiig 
a  pivoted  catch  np<m  its  end       A  ^  1  ^r''   'P""K  i»«l*»  hod  to  s  slnnt 
arm  ot  the  catch  »crr«s  to  h'llil  11  in  [x-^iti.wi  dunnu  tin-  opr  ration 
of  ringinp  ^iV  to  rvtr»»-l  l«pili  'li»'  <  .<  ■  i>  Mnd   \c\rT  oftcr  the  nnj; 
mg. 


i 


20 


OFFICIAL    GA/hriTR 


JuLv  6,  1880. 


July  6,  1880, 


U.    S.    PATENT    OFFICE. 


31 


220,667. 


aaO,6dO.  B&HOIlIt  BILLS  III!  W.  TlfDUlli,  Itwrort, 
Ij  rWti  Ayr  II.  IIIO.  (>•  ■•<•!.) 
fine/.—\n  n\ien-U*p  baU  haa  tli«  ttigt  of  ita  oponing  incloaod 
fietw«*n  the  in>irii-j»Uto  »Dtl  (niiiioiMii^a-plkh)  Iwltod  Utjtcthor. 
ThruuKli  the  latter  »  siupendiHi;  loop  U  pmmkI,  which  in  fimtonod 
t4i  it  lx«m  or  ntlicr  Rapport. 


Clnimt. — 1.  The  Utch  Icrcr  luxd  latrh,  oniubined  with  •  Mng[« 
retrmfting-«pring,  »ab«Uatially  a*  de«cril)«<d.  for  tht  parpoM  bihhi- 
ded. 

'X  Tb«  latoh-leTer  and  latch,  combined  with  a  Mtigle  retract- 
ing-apring  and  a  atup,  Ia  Mcnrvd  to  the  lerer  and  projaeting  within 
the  o|>eniiig  in  the  latch,  nibatontially  aa  described,  fur  the  pur- 
pose specified. 

S.  Tke  itap  N  on  the  frame,  operating  in  conibinatioii  with 
both  amia  of  tlM  tatcb-torer,  (abataiitially  as  deacribod,  for  the 
parpuae  ipecified. 

4.  The  combination  of  the  clapper  and  lu  retracting-apring 
with  tl.e  Urtch  and  latch-lerer,  jointly  op<«rated  by  one  tpring  am- 
nected  to  the  latch.  ■ahetantUlly  aa  deacribed,  for  the  parpoM 
•IMcifled. 

5.  The  angular  latch  pivoted  to  tho  •hort  arm  of  the  latch- 
lc»er,  and  having  the  projection  J,  w^reby  the  short  arm  of  the 

■  latch-lerer  U  ntended  to  increaae  the  lererage  of  laid  lever  under 
the  action  of  the  spring,  sabatantiaHy  a*  deacribed,  ft>r  the  pqrpoeo 
speciflad. 

220,668.     HAI8H9   BILLS       Iiii  W.  Vi»»Biil,  Mtwport, 

Xy  Plltd  Ipr.  !t.  ItIO  (VsMtltl.) 
AH*/ —The  bell  ia  made  with  an  orifice  in  the  U>p.  Two 
pUtea  having  flangea  inokMing  the  edge  of  the  orifice  are  riveted 
togvtber  to  lapport  the  balL  Tba  upper  or  snapenaion  plate  is 
provided  with  trunnion*  whieh  wrtag  in  links  soapeuded  from  a 
be«m  above.  'The  saspensia*  and  crown  plates  are  slotted  so  as 
to  fbnn  a  |wasage,  withta  which  the  clapper-shank  U  pivoted  and 
throogh  which  it  paaaea.  The  bell  is  rung  by  a  rope  attached  to 
the  upper  eud  of  the  clapper-*h«ik,  aad  the  jointo  in  the  hanging 
prerest  the  vibratiuaa  of  the  hell  froaa  being  oommanicated  to  the 
ba»y.  ^  ' 


Claim. — 1.  Tlic  «asi>rnding-plate  D,  cast  with  the  bolt-stand- 
ards K  K,  unit«l  by  the  nmnd  or  circular  croaa-bar  O,  in  combi- 
nation with  the  crown  plate  Band  the  opon-top  bell,  sobaUntiallj 
as  dew-ribcd,  fur  the  purpoae  specified. 

'i.  The  combination  of  the  sospending^Ute  DEO,  the  stir- 
rnp-bolt  H,  and  the  cn>wn-plat«  H  with  the  open-top  beU.aabaUn- 
tiall.v  as  deacribod,  fur  the  puqioee  specified- 

220,670.     LINK  STAND  rOB  UTIAIBOATBILU.     lias  W. 

ViSDOim.  Miwport,  ly       Pll»4  Apr.  ••,  Hi*.     (Is  ■•4sl.> 

Bne/.—T\ie  two  ll^ca  |nm  each  over  a  pulley  within  a  hollow 

head,  imiwinK  ttin)ugli  a  slot  in  a  lower  comer  of  the  caee  and  out 

St  s  slot  at  the  upposite  up|»er  comer,  and  having  a  handle  at  ita 

end  which  prevents  it  from   being  pnlled  out     The  two  pulleys^ 

i  work  independently  apim  a  single  pin. 


-1 
•a 

_C3_ 


Kg?t| 


CWas.— L  The  oovbiBatta,  with  aa  open-top  belL,  of  a  sos- 
peadiag-piate  secured  to  the  tnp  of  the  bell  and  saapeuding-straps 
artknikted  to  the  swpeadiag-ptale,  suhetaatially  as  dMcribed,  for 
the  purpnae  specified. 

S.  A  SMfMnidingiylato  aaeured  tn  the  top  of  the  bell  and  pro- 
vided with  trunnioiM  apon  opfwaite  ridea,  oomMued  with  the  sus- 
pending-atrapa  hung  apoa  the  trunnioDa  and  oonoeoted  to  an 
overhanging  beam  or  timber,  ■nbatantially  aa  deacribed,  fur  the 
purpoae  specified. 

».  The  cumbinattun,  with  the  bell,  of  the  slotted  suspension- 
plate,  the  skHted  crown-plate,  and  the  pivoted  clapper  having  ite 
shank  axtaiMled  through  the  slate  ia  said  plates  above  the  bell, 
•ahatentlally  aa  described,  Ibr  the  purpose  ^leoifled. 

4.  The  oomhinatioa,  with  the  hell,  of  the  crown-plate  fonned 
with  the  diaotetrioal  slot  aad  the  soapendtng-plate  ftirmed  with 
trannioos  aad  a  diametrioal  slot  regiatering  with  the  slot  in  the 
efowa-plato,  sahstantlally  ai  deacribed,  for  the  purpoae  specified. 

5.  The  crown-plate  ooaatrteted  with  ean  or  bearings  ft>r  the 
efaqnier-pivot,  and  the  ■aspeadlag-plate  recessed  or  formed  to  ro- 
oeive  said  eara,  arranged  so  that  when  the  two  plataa  are  applied 
te  the  bell  the  glapper-pivtit  shall  be  in  line  with  the  edge  of  the 
apening  in  the  bell,  suhstantiallj  aa  deacribed,  for  the  purpose 
SfierificU. 


Il«tm.—l.  The  caat-meUl  line-stand  A  tor  steamboat-bella, 
hsvinK  two  large  gnM>ved  pulleys,  H  H,  mounted  upon  a  single 
boll  in  the  hca<l,  sod  two  sets  of  slots,  K  K,  ia  the  edge  of  the 
head,  for  the  passage  of  tlie  bell-liaea,  extending  over  the  pulleys, 
substantially  as  described,  for  tlie  purpose  apecifled. 

1  The  head  of  the  line-etand,  caM  with  a  series  of  transverse 
ribs,  M,  arranged  at  suitable  distaaoes  around  ita  interior  walh^ 
Hobiitentially  s«  described,  for  the  purpose  specified. 

3.  The  bell-line  stand  consisting  of  the  body,  the  fVont  part 
of  the  head,  legs,  feet,  base-flange  C,  and  guide-loops  O  O,  all  cast 

n  one  piece,  sobstantially  as  described,  fiw  the  purpose  specified. 

4.  The  head  of  the  bell -line  atead,  composed  of  two  circular 
reoeaHxl  part*,  B  D,  bolted  together  by  a  siagle  bolt,  E,  and  joiaed 
at  thetr  ey«e  by  the  lips  F  aad  recesses,  substantially  ss  described, 
for  the  parpoae  specified. 

5.  The  ixmibination  of  the  grooved  wooden  rollers  N  in  the 
fpflt  of  ihe  stand  aad  the  slote  .1  J  in  the  head  of  the  rtand  with 
the  two  helln>iwa,  for  the  purpoae  of  guiding  the  latter  above  and 
below  the  hand  of  the  operator  when  grasping  the  rt»pes  at  the  side 
of  the  stand  below  the  bead,  substantially  as  deacrihed. 

220,671.     WATIK  SAei      Iisi  W.  Viiioiai,  lawpsrt,  Xj. 

rUad    Apr    It.  1110       (H«  asltl.) 


Ctoim-l    The  st^m   rhamber,  cast  with  a  hollow  central 
b<isa,  F.  receiving  thi  stuffinR-box  through  the  dial,  and  pn^oct- 


-# 


ing  inte  the  stntm-apaco  to  fonn  a  seat  fiw  the  spring  valve  or 
*>  collar,  aubatantially  as  deacribed,  for  the  purpose  spocititMl. 

2.  The  roinbiniitinii  of  the  elaslir  ]inrkini;  willi  llic  liollmv 
itmtral  boss,  ¥.  tin-  stuffing'  Imix,  the  dpindle,  and  the  j<iiut  lictwe.ii 
the  boss  and  the  valvf  or  colliir,  BiiliBt.-uitially  a«  tlew-riboil,  for  llic 
]>uqioss  specified. 

3.  The  combination,  with  the  sttuim-chanilicr  and  index-K|iin 
die,  of  the  hollow  eentnil  Nmk.  K,  the  clastic  (lacking  and  stuiiini; 
box  within  the  Uwa,  and  Hie  valve  or  collar  on  the  spindle,  hilil 
til  ita  seat  in  or  agniitst  tlie  end  of  the  bonK  by  the  spring  L  on  the 
Npindle,  suhatantially  aM  doscribod,  f«»r  the  pnnxMe  Mjinifietl. 

4.  The  oountwrbaUnoe-fioat  oombiiiod  wjth  tlic  boiler  nnd 
wiiter-gHgo,  subsUutially  ut  described,  for  the  purpose  spucifiod. 


\ 


Clnim. — 1.  Tlie  oHnbiuation  of  the  angular  slidewavs  d  r 
with  thi'  inclined  IiouihIh,  fur  stoodring  tlie  |ulc  ami  (irmly  bidd- 
ing' it  in  piiu-o,  an  and  fi>r  the  purjHisos  s|iec4&od. 

'i.  The  combinatum  of  tho  rnias-levcrsf ,  affixed  to  the  hoond* 
in  n>ar  of  the  axle,  with  the  slide-bar  k  and  pole,  as  and  Tor  tliv 
)iuq«isui  »|Kii'iftcd. 

220,676.     LIQUID  HOLDIK.     Hiiir  Abahi  sbI  Cliitsii   C 
HiTiii.  WilaiiiKtoii.  Vt.     rilsd   P*k.  i.  1110. 


220.572. 
■  »»•       F 

STOVK 
ltd  Feb 

8HKLF 
U.  18«0 

— ■ c 

WiLLiia 

I.     WiLKII 

Tsitftoi. 

Vln\m.—1\w  (Hiiiibinatioii  of  Ihe  top  pUtc,  H,  of  n  stove,  flie 
hmckeU  A  A  ,  pnijectiiiK  u|iw«nlly  and  ontwardly  from  the  sUivt , 
»nd  a  shelf,  (",  supjK)rte<i  by  said  bracketa  and  el«v«t*'«l  above  the 
U.p  plaU-  of  the  stove.  t«i  iillow  of  the  roarwanl  extension  of  tln> 
ftimiel  .-..niKxtinn  the  e«ii|«--|x>rt  with  the  chininev-flne.  the  fWmt 
cltf  of  Ihe  Nuul  »lKlf  l>«'in«  on  h  line  coincidoHl.  .rr  sulwtaiilirtlly 
.■..imMont,  with  the  .h1::c  of  the  t.ip  pUte,  Kulwlan'ially  as  and 
for  the  pariMMMW  doi«ril>c<L 

220,678.     PBIPARATION  OF  POTASSIOl   PH08PHATI   FOE 
BAimO   POWDEK       Gioiei    F    Wino».   K»»t    Pro»l4»s«t. 
sid    CsiSlii  A.  CiTi.li     Provld«i»«.   K    1       FlUd   Fib    17, 
1170. 
Vinim. — 1.   .Vn  acid  powder  or  cream-oftHrtnr  nulistitute  con- 
tiiiningas  the  active  ingnxlieiil  an  acid  iiotassiiini  phosphati' w  ilh 
nil  excci*  of  h«we  over  a  diliviln>){<'ii  jKitiuwii  phoepliate,  and  hav- 
ing bolli  the  aiid  ph<i«pliatc  and  tlic  S4»ll>li»tc  of  lime  i>n»i'nt  coui- 
plutely  lliydratwl,  snUtUntialli  «»  doscrilMxl.  - 

J.  The  pnx-cDB  of  iimking  an  acid  powder  oVriMiMi-of-tBrtar 
»ubstltat<-  by  treatinn  tricalcic  pliiwphat*'  with  dilute  oil  of  vitriol 
under  aghjitioii  and  li(«t.  ax  rxplaiiiwl,  dor«mipoiiing  Uie  hydrogen 
tlicalcif  phoBiihate  formed  intodihydntgen  p«ti««sic  phosphate  with 
INitaiwiuni  «nlpliat«.  and  c^>nvertiii«  the  finid  or  seini-flnid  mass 
into  a  dry  iiowdeT.  suhsUntially  as  deerrilied,  so  that  in  the  re- 
siiltinj!  prmluct  the  ph<M)diate  eoniponnds  and  the  sulphate  «»f 
lime  prcnent  are  Urtli  completely  hydratod,  as  set  forth. 

220,674.  PKBPABATIOM  OF  SODIUM  PH08PHATI  FOR 
BAIING  POWDIB  Bioioi  F  Wmoi  Isit  ProvUtsst. 
ssd  CiiiLSi  A.  CiTLis.  Provldeie*.  R  I  FlU*  Fik  17, 
1879. 

i-Ujum. — 1.  All  acid  jKiwdcr  or  crwiui-of-tartar  snbstitnte  in 
\vlii<  li  the  a<tivc  ingredient  is  an  a«id  aKlinni  phosphate  having 
an  cvccMK  of  Iwute  over  a  dfhydroge"  smlie  phonphatc.  and  in  which 
iK.th  the  mill  |.li.*|Jiatoand  the  sniphate  of  lime  present  arc  con»- 
plctclv  liydniu<d,  snhirtautially  a»  desirihiHl 

2.  The  priH-i-w  of  makiii):  an  arid  jiowder  or  croiim -«>f- tartar 
snlmtitnU-  havint:aa  the  sfiivc  ingnxlieul  an  at-id  sodiani  ph<is 
phate  liy  dr<<i!ii|«ii«iiig  tricalcic  phoa)ihate  with  dilate  oil  ot  vitriol 
ill  the  manner  dtwrilied,  thereJty  fonniiif!  in  solntion  an  acid  plios 
pliatc  w  ith  exi«*<  of  liaae  over  a  dihydn»gen  calcic  |>lKaphstc,  then 
effecting  the  donl.lc  deciniip^iiution  of  s.tid  salt  with  sodioin  sul- 
phate under  apilation  and  heat,  ami  converting  the  fluid  or  semi- 
fluid iiiaMi  into  a  dry  iiowder,  substantially  as  deecrilie«l,  so  tliat  in 
the  resulting  pnxluct  lailh  the  acid  ph<Mphate  and  the  sulphate  of 
lime  prtsMiit  are  c»niiplctely  hydrat«l,  as  set  forth. 


220,676.    WAOOI-BRAEI. 
B    T.      Filed  F(b    >1.  1110 


HiiTiT  ■.  WsosroiD,  lsr(«llsi. 


(Itiim — Tlic  li<|nid-lioliler  A.  having  the  o|>«-iiin(;  <),  .•\iiil  |ip'- 
vidixl  with  nxln  H  H  and  nuts  and  caps  f,  sniwtaiiliallv  .»^  ami 
for  the  purjxwc  wt  forth. 


220,677     RBDDCINe  AND  TRITGRATIN6  CTLIKDE&     JosiS 
R    ALtilG    NiwTork.B    T.     FlUd  Apr    1 3.  1 88P      iMi>aod«!> 

r 


Clntm. — 1.  In  a  tritnratlnp-o  liiidcr  lutviiii;  an  interior  Hn- 
inii  of  rciiiovalile  sectioiM,  the  roinliiii.itioii.  with  tlic  trr'HUixl 
platui  H.  pn)vid«<d  with  the  higher  inner  (n"i"-M  '"Tiler.  //.  ;iii<l 
lower  onter  lieveUxl  h<irder,  g  ,  and  with  the  Ixilt  K.  of  tlic  iiicl.il- 
lic  »\trinf  plate  or  washer  n,  snbstantially  as  H|Mvitic(l. 

2.  In  a  trilnrating-cyliiider  having  an  iiiti-rior  liniiiR  of  rp- 
rnnvable  stations,  the  sectoral  end  plates,  1),  pnivided  at  their 
outer  ends  with  the  groove  O.  conatrnctiHl  as  (IcfM-rilMxl.  to  join  tho 
mntignous  plates  C  and  H,  simI  at  tlx'ir  iniH>r  enilf  with  the  U-vel 
r,  in  ctmibinatiiin  witli  the  key-plate  K  and  fa«tcniiig  b<»lls  F,  nuI>- 
stautiallv  as  shown  and  dosi'rilied. 


220,678.      CALINDAR.      ALIllT  R    Billl.  Iidisiipelli.  lid. 

Fllsd  Isr   II.  ItlO.      (Is  asdsl.) 


U 


Claim — The  cimildnation,  in  a  calendar,  of  the  boriioutal 
rullero  I  (),  carrying  the  bell  I),  showing  tlH>  years  and  daya  of 
the  week  ini  which  months  (x>iiiinonoc,  the  horiwmtal  rollers  II  O', 
liaviii((  the  lielt  C,  with  the  names  of  months  and  number  of  dars 
in  eac-h,  the  vertical  ndleni  R  R',  provided  with  belt  ¥.  having  a 
calendar  of  nnmerals,  and  the  casing  A,  pnirided  with  o)iriiiiigs 
B  O  and  lettom  indicating  the  days  of  tlie  wi<vk,  all  oimstructud, 
arruiigod,  and  o|icratiu^'  as  and  for  the  puqioai'  s|KX'ificd. 

220,670.      FLOOR    BOLT       Jssii    BilKilT.  Bdrsy,  W    Ti  . 

snigisr  ts  WllliSB   T.  Crsvfsrd   aid   WllUsa    Lailj    Sin 
asrdssi.  Ts      FUtd  Oet    14.  1171. 

Chim. — .V  ls>lling-r<x>I  w  bow   rilis   are   pniviilc<l  within   the 


OFFICIAL 


1880. 


n-ol  witli  )ifliiiif-|>bUua  in  nlmrt  li-iijftlm,  Itvn  iii^  i«l«t<-<'«  ""  i'ik'*  ril", 
lUc  liflinst-platw  imi  ismIi  ril>  l>«iii>{  ;irr.uiif<-«l  .(iHMwito  n  *[>iux  on 
tin-  ailjiM-t'iit  ril>.  NulmtdUtiallv  iw  «-t  rm-tli. 

229.580.  WIMD  WaBBL  f  «i«l  H.  Bslti,  Colimltii  Wi. 
tidfior  of  oit  ktlf  •f  hit  rlgfct  to  Jonfili  B»U».  ia»«  pl»«« 
ril*d  Oct.  tl.  1I7(. 


i.  In  A  (la»lifrniiu%  tlii'  o«>iiil>innti<>n  of  a  \ii<>t;il  mil  ami  fill- 
I  inK-ntrii*  »,  »f  li)r)it  iiuitcriul.  cxu-ndinR  rdiuihI  tli<-  iiictiil  rnniii> 
I  <iTi  il»  iiiiKT  dido,  Alt  anil  fi)i-  tlic  |>nqi<i«c  wt  Tiirth. 

.1.  In  H  (liuili.  the  (MMiibimitioii  of  .1  fnmip  liui  iii|;  11  wimmU-ii 
bottom  mil,  ;»  iiuitii!  \ihuc  UiiMtig  an  (>i>oii  nil*  in  the  cpiiIrU  |Mirt 
iiUil  nccurvnl  lH)tli  to  tlic  vrrtic-il  niilc  txint  of  tli«  fraiiic  iind  wcmhIi'U 
ruil.  KiilMtantiMll}  un  ili-M>Tilt*-<l.  and  11  pUtti.  U,  wlii<'li  i*  iitta>-li(Hl 
tn  tin-  iIjimIi  )t\  li  l«>lt  [liuwcil  tlin>ut'li  Ix'th  t'l'"  wimmUmi  (lart  iif  tlic 
Ihittoni  mil  ami  the  !<l(>t  in  the  niotal  |iUtf.  om  M't  furtli. 

229,584.  HARVESTER  JoiKPR  BOKDVILL  Broekport.  N.  T  . 
kiiigior  to  Utrt'io  S  Horgta.  iiiiit  pUe»  Plied  Fab  10, 
IJDO 


CUiiwi.  —  In  tt  viim>lc««  wind-wliwl,  tlx"  <^>tnl>inatioii.  with  the 
niidiiitf  (r«veniin({-n«l  I  nml  th«  (HiiU  H.  <-onui-<-t<'«l  thon-witli.  i«nt»- 
ntnutiallv  m  drturiliwi,  of  the  woiifhfwl  lever  liivoU-d  near  itx  ■  en- 
ter in  »  «n|>j><irl  aU)ve  tlie  »J(i*  "f  wiiU  sliaft  ami  i>r<>vid<-»l  witli  a 
down*anlly-tixe«l  pnijc-i-tinij  arm,  K,  forked  at  itj"  loner  end  to 
■tnuldle  the  uliafl  I,  and  nntii  or  eoiliim  on  xnid  shafl.  wlierehy  th« 
»h»ft  ii«  allowi<d  to  revolve  within  the  forki*  of  miid  lever,  hut 
eunnot  ulide  thennn  without  earrjinu'  tin-  lever,  HulwIantliiM*  an 
au<l  for  tlio  iinri«i«e  mMMilie«l 

Pn 


220.681.     «AR   PliKCIR 
Piltd   Bay  «    U80       (Mo 


\ 


C'/«i»».— The  two  jftwii  ,\  \.  iiivirfrd  and  handled,  in  e I.i 

nation  with  the  detiM-halile  i.ier.  inB-«U<cv<'  1».  the  jaw    V  having  a 
I««l.  II,  and   the  jaw  A   liavint;  a  prontf,  C,  wlii.li   i-t  i«rt 
ricJd  with  It,  nulwtttiitmlly  m  and  for  the  \>ar\Hmc  m-l  forth. 


,f  or 


229,682.      VIBICLI    DASH.      A»u    Z 
Pil«d   Jtae  10    1»I0,      (Mo  Bodal  > 


Boot,  CnluBbat    Ohio 


_-f_- 


-m 


■€f= 


'•^W— 
=^^ 


•9 

© 


and  a  wxxl   l«iir  on  the  inner  side 
tid    iron  fmnie,  ««enre«l   in  e.-v  li  lower 

r.'ur 


<'lii»m.  —  1.    .V  dawh-fmnii'  eonnixliiiu  of 
Ihe    r.MU  nidi*  and   iM'nt  t«i  fonn    llie  <-ornrrx.   am 
tlw  l«r  niwlinif  at  the  iMittoi 
of  the  liollimi  [>«rt  (if  the 
eoriier,  ;ii<  wl  forth. 

i.  A  (Wh-frMiic  connirtini:  of  a  «in«le  iron  bar  f.-r  tin 
Hidra  and  Unt  U>  fonn  the  rornenn.  and  the  two  ciidn  "f  the  bar 
nie.>tiiii{  at  the  U.tUMn,  and  a  w<io.l  Ur  on  Uio  inner  Hi.te  of  the 
UiUom  imrt  of  the  mid  inm  fnauic,  nocurod  in  fiath  h.wer  c<irncr. 
and  a  nielal  en«»-l»r,  r,  liaying  ita  en.bi  made  fiurt  t4i  the  vertit  al 
*i.l<»  and  extciidiii)5  acni—  tlio  a|>i»cr  edge  of  tl.o  wood  l«r,  iW  «t 

forth. 

X  Tlic  combination  of  a»lniili.rrft»ne  liiivini;aT  '•I>»1'«1  '»«.*• 
««nrwl  at  mkIi  li>w«r  onnier,  ami  an   inni   for  attaehnieiil  to  the 
>ehirl«^l«Hly,  havinft  a  tnuiavomc  ptl.it  adaptetl   ti.  n-^ive,  the  lug, 
and  nH»n»,' wilwtuntiully  iw  donrilicd,  U.  HCcurc  the  Inu  in  l""!- 
tiiMi,  ait  net  forth.       ,—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—~ 
229.683.      TIHIOLI    DA8H       ktu   I    Boda    ColaBbni.  Ohio. 
Pilo4   Jiio  1.   IISO       (No  Boial.) 
f  7rtt»a.— 1.   A  daah  (Vamf  whiwe  to].  Uar  «nd  vertieal  side  iwnt 
cmsurt  of  a  aiufflc  mrtal  rail  lient  at  tli,'  upi^-r  eoniors.  an.l  liav 
hiff  the  lower  l>»rt  of  the  vnrtieal  side   liar«   .eeun-d   to  a   nnLil 
plaU-,  and  a  w.KHlen  lM»r  for  the  UitUiin  mil  .imiieelLil  to  the  nitital 
llaleH,  an  «••!  forth. 


P  h  1 1  n  d  f  i  p  11  i  » 


Claim. — 1.  The  emiibinatioii  of  the  platform,  the  eranked 
alinn,  the  i;niin wlie<>l,  llie  iniled  nprint:  «eenrixl  to  •aid  ^liaft  and 
exteniliilK  firwardly,  ami  iKiirlujf  at  it*  fnn- iiid  Ix'iiealh  the  pUl- 
form  and  m>nr  the  outer  end  tlicrctif,  or  ehmc  to  the  di>  itle.r-lieel, 
anil  the  niinini;  and  loweriiiif  devieex,  thoite  menilK-rt  iH'ini;  ami 
<i|K'rBtinc  ^iilnttantirtlly  a*  hen-inliefon:  wl  fiirtli 

2.  The  eonibination  of  tlie  pl.ilfonii.  the  cninkeil  shaft  1)  rf, 
the  ijraiii  wlKt'l.  and  the  sprint'  wvuretl  to  itnid  tli.in  nonr  iln 
crunk,  extendin;;  forwardli  tli<Tefroiii.  and  lieanni;  at  iln  free  eml 
iP  atptinot  the  under  side  ..I'  tlo'  platform  at  or  near  itn  outer  friiiil 
eonier.  snliHtjuitiHlh  ;i»  and  for  the  pnrpone  hereinlH'fon-  «>t  forth. 

li.  The  <-<iMii)iii.iti"ii,  >.ii!mtantially  iiit  hi'reinliofon!  net  forth, 
(if  the  mmbiiietl  nkr  iiiel  reel  armn,  the  eaiii,  a<\jii.stalile  ntrikerM 
or  lril'|>er  piiM  IS  ind  caiii  Iraek  tn»veliii;j  rollent  or  stiiiU  on  the 
irnis,  till  .  lin  _';iti  .  lis  aeiuatinj.'-ann,  the  viliratin^  trippt^r,  the 
pivoted  "ipniii;  (ioi;  tl.i  reiiii,  it«  link -eonnoetioiiM,  and  ineaiiit  liy 
whieh  to  lixk  «aid  doir  a^iiist  niovpiiient  in<lf|M'ndently  of  thu 
tripjier,  niilml.vntmlly  :is  dewrilM'd. 

4  The  I  onibitialioii  of  the  \  ilirvtinfr  trip]ier,  the  piviitoti  dug 
inoiinletl  on  the  loH.r  part  or  heiwl  i>f  hhkI  trip|K!r,  the  spring 
»  minrle  iroii  Kir  for  U-arinu  011  tlie  doc.  and  the  tnniinn  Imttiin  tii  h»k  the  dop,  nnli- 
1  tli<    two  ends  id    i  utantially  :ui  hen'inbefore  »*?t  forth. 

5.  The  '.s  (n)>iii«tion,  snlmtantially  an  bereinlieforc  aet  forth, 
tif  the  rake  and  nn-i  annn,  their  rollem  or  eam-tnu-k-travidini; 
dtiidn.  the  earn,  iin  |Mviiti-sl  irate,  the  (.iite-iirtnatinK  ann,  aUitt«l  at 
the  forward  end,  the  pi\ot  eTiilinwed  by  the  tilot  of  aiiid  ami.  t!n> 
Kpiini;  for  turniin;  the  uale,  the  trijifier  \ibraline  atxmt  the  pivot 
whi<  li  is  I  ii;riii;ixl  liy  the  iiafe  lutuatinc  arm,  the  doj;.  and  the  link 
and  it«  loiiiiiftionM,  by  whieh  to  vibrKt4>  the  trip|M-r,  ami  with  it 
Ihe  doi;.  to  nliMine  the  (pile  ;ul  nail  m;  arm  and  ronvi  rt  into  a  rake 
an    inn  Irefon    n|.i,-]itin(;  siiiiply  an  a  reel 

I        Chakljs  J    T    BuaccT,  Blag- 
It,  1«»0.  ^ 


229,586 


ALCOHiU    STil 
V     r       Filod  Fob 


July  6,   1880. 


u:    S.    PATENT   OFFICF^ 


Claim. — 1.  Thu  coiiibiiuition,  wiUi  tito  atill  H,  ciilniiin  ttf 
A,  uhI  ctHiiluiMcra  I.  of  the  \»\m/,  pnividtjd  witli  »  ouck,  4, 
liotwooH  tlie  ntill  anil  iiilumii,  the  pi|M<  K,  cxtondiiiK  fnnn  tiw  Ui|i 
of  tbe  r<nlaiiin  to  the  c(iiuleuM<rH,  and  tito  pi|io  L.  pmridcil  with  • 
riH-k,  tt,  «im]  etmntitutint;  li  e<nniiinnioati(in  botwixui  llio  atiU  mtd 
tiiiidvMM-m,  nil  tut  apceitieil. 

1.  Tlie  utimbiiuaiiin.  with  the  atill  H.  enndoiiitcrM  I,  rolainn 
A.  mmI  |Mpea/  K  L,  i»f  the  reaacl  K  and  pipe  .).  uji  Mit  forth. 


229,680.   IZTRACTINe  PRICIODB  IITALS  FROI  0SI8. 

Tieaai  0.  CLiii.  Oaklaad.  aeaigior  to  JaMoa  Stratloa.  laaa 

plaoo.  ail  RIahard   B    Coadj,  AUaoda.  Oal.,   oiafoirtk   ta 

aath.     rilad   Ooo.  17,  II7I. 

CUiim. — TlieprtKiMii  of  di«iiitoffT»Unf;«nd  de»olphnrixin|{(iro« 

and  fhicinK  tlio  prucioua  iiiotala  therein  oontainod,  oniuiiittinit  in 

tinit  nioatinK  the  ore  to  a  rod  kotU.,  «nd  while  in  titat  comlitinn 

plariiiK  it  in  a  cold  ImUIi  ooinpoaod  of  •  soiatton  of  aHtt,  pmatiatc 

of  |Mita<iti,  iimI  oatiMtie  anda  or  CMistie  potash,  in  atMHit  tlio  pruiior- 

tioiw  iianwnl,  MilMtMitialty  m  herein  d«acribed. 

229,687.     CATTLI  POIP      Joii  p.  CklHliT,  Oriiiall,  lawa. 
Ptlod  Not.  li.  1171 


^tlS^ 


C'iaiaa. — 1.  An  autiiniatie  mttle-pninp  harinir  t.lie  pniiiixyl- 
indor  aiid  platform  nuiHMidod  from  np|Miait«  eiul*  of  oirdn  or 
chains  wliieh  \vutn  over  pulleya,  and  th«  pintiin-rod  att«(^llod  to  Uic 
|iUtf<irui,  •uUitaiitially  a«  herein  let  Airtli. 

3.  The  oninbinatjriai  uf  the  platAmn  F.  water- pi|H^  (I,  and 
plunK«r  1  with  the  cyMnder  1),  ami*  «,  and  rami*  and  |Hillcra, 
KohMtantiallr  aa  and  fur  the  pnrpnnni  herein  art  fi>rth. 


220,689.     IILL    POK  fiRINDIVft  AID   tlDDCIie       liui 

■  la  P.  CiABii,  Waiklictii.  D.  0.     Pil*i  Apr.  T.  i(l«.     (Ma 

■  •dal.)  I 


Cl«im.—}n  a  Tertic»l  (rHndinir-inill,  the  moiuu  oraplovcd  ft» 
tiWaininf  a  lateral  aiUiutment  of  tlie  oonoar*,  nnu^wting' of  tlic 
anna  a  «  ,  cnii^h««d  e.  ireidea  H  d',  ctmiMicting-nMia  r,  ewmtrka 
/  ahafV  (7,  worm  wheel  /,  and  openUinx-wonn  A,  all  arranmxl  and 
ii|ieratiuK  aub«tantially  an  nkown  and  d«acribod. 

229,690.  lACHIHI  POt  PILLII*  OAVa  WIT!  BRAT  Liwii 
Cdttk*  8ai  Praiatieo.  Cti  PIltd  No*.  It.  1171 
Jirir/. — The  |>lnnKL<r  in  pmvUlod  w  itb  a  rent-ralvc  in  ita  ouni- 
prvminK  "■■<'  t"  »<linit  air  when  i«<tnM-UxL  Tl>«  can  tti  be  DIM  ia 
placed  (HI  itn  Hide  w  ith  it«  iijitiii  uiid  i>|itHaiito  to  the  opeuinf  fomeil 
Vty  the  cliwod  *emi<  ylindcrk. 


229,688.    lACHIIR  POR  RIDDCINO  WOOD  TO  PITLP 
Til  W    CLiii    Kiakawaka.  lad.      Pilod  Pah    II.  lit*. 


Cm- 


Claim. —  1.  The  <  inn lii nation  of  tlic  ii|>por  nr  moTabtcaami-ryl- 
inder  with  the  enan-lwr  I>.  treadle  K,  ami  1,  log  e,  and  ntatitmary 
■oini-GVliiidor  It,  all  arranirod  auliatMitially  ■■  and  for  the  (mrpnac 
herein  aet  ftKlh. 

X  In  a  can  imekiiii;  <>r  ntuflin);  niarhinc,  the  ineliiMxl  chnt/' 
or  foodinii-table  H,  in  ciniibiuatbHi  with  the  at'iiii-en  liitdrittil  aer- 
tiims  of  tlie  re(«pta<de.,  all  arraniriid  and  o|i«rratil>x  aabatiuitially  an 
licroin  aet  fuKh  and  aiKK-lfied. 

3.   In  combination  with  the  fM<din|(-cylinder.  fnnirad  nf  aewi 
rylindnrml  nectionn,  in  a  oan-pnckinK  macliioo.  the  plnngvror  pia- 
tiHi  J,  provided  witli  an  outwardly -oporstinf<  reliaf-Tvlve,  all  eon 
•tnirt4!id  and  o|ienitin(r  lubatantialty  u«  lieroin  doacribed,  ftir  tbc 
purpoae  net  forth. 


Cl^im. — 1.  Tlic  knife -Hoeketn  A  ,  U-inj:  w(«l(rc-nhaped  ami 
having  beTeled  omla,  when  arran^red  u|Min  a  rylinder.  A,  and  ae- 
eured  thereoti  by  nteann  of  tiangen  K,  aiibetantially  aa  and  for  Uie 
(Mirpnae  apecifted. 

i.  The  knivea  a,  bavinft  noarly  nqoare  and  nearly  level  or 
flat  topa,  Iwrektd  backward  and  downward  ftmn  the  front  edyr  of 
the  line  of  cut,  anbatantially  aa  and  for  tlie  pnrpoae  apevified. 

S.  In  a  uiachine  A>r  redacinK  wood  to  palp,  the  combination 
nf  tlie  ft«diiig  ineehaniam,  oomiatuig  of  tlie  box  K  and  arrew-ohan 
I)  ,  hariiig  lioad  *  and  operated  by  wheel  I),  with  pinion  H  ,  ojwr- 
atod  hy  the  knife-cylinder  abaft  for  pniducinK  a  nnifonn  ftwd  uor 
reapuodinf  wHk  Hm  T«k)city  nf  the  knivea,  auhataiitially  aa  a{aoci- 
fted. 

4  In  a  nwchlDe  for  rvducing  wootl  to  |Hilp,  a  fced-box,  K, 
having  a  portion,  a,  uf  ita  bottom  next  tii  the  kniroa  made  yidd- 
ing  t<i  mlicTo  the  uiachino  of  aplintere  or  aniall  pict-UH  of  wtaid, 
anbataiitiaily  aa  apecifitid. 

5.  A  wheal,  H,  and  pullt^y  li  ,  in  (xnnbiiiutioH  with  l«r  I, 
mid  wlioel  being  uukde  a^inatable  Ti<rUcally  with  rofcrcnco  to  the 
downward  bevel  of  tke  knivo*  n  in  tlie  cylinder,  and  hmgltudi- 
lUUy  npnn  bar  I,  to  griad  the  knivea  in  tlie  cylinder,  aofaalaiitially 
aa  B|N<citt«iL 

tf.  In  a  machine  ft>r  mincing  wood  to  paper-|>ulp  having  a 
cylindrical  knifb-wirfeco  of  the  muatniction  ahowii,  the  block  I>, 
plncod  length wim!  of  the  wimhI  lilier  agsinat  tlio  aaid  Jkaife-aairfiMX), 
Hubatantiully  aa  and  for  the  purpoau  «|ieeific<l. 


229,591      HTDRAULIC   ILIVATOR 
City.  N    1       Fllod   Jai    17.   ItIO 


DiTi»  P.  DiTii,  Jaraay 


T? 


Ciaaat.— 1. 


7%«cofubinatlua,witli  the  hydrBnlie.<<lcvatnr  c}  I- 
indor  and  ptatun  of  a  imiup,  water-wayn  and  vaivcn  arranged  and 
acting,  Bubatantially  aa  aet  forth,  tu  tranafer  tlie  water  fnim  one 
aide  nf  the  elerator-piatoii  tu  the  other  cad  umivc  tliat  |ii«to»  iu 
eitbor  direction,  or  tn  allow  the  water  to  be  nmfliied,  and  a  <«iu- 
neotloii  ftXMD  the  ontlct  to  the  inlet  of  tiw  puiii|K  whereby  tlu' 
pauip  ciHitinnca  ita  uiovcuiout  when  tlic  uWvHtiir  in  NtatiiHiar} ,  an 
aet  forth. 

i.  The  mnibinatioM,  witli  the  elevator  eyliiiiler  ami  pintim,  of 
tke  water-way*//*/*/',  ralrea  d  e,  ounnooting-pipr  1,  pum|^  ami 
medHUtlaiD  cunnectiag  the  valvea  d  and  r  with  tlu'  liaiMl-mtK-  of 
the  elerator,  aabatantiaUy  m  aet  forth. 

S.  The  roioblBatinD,  in  an   ek-vating  a|iparHtun.  of  the  \i\ 
dVmalic  cylinder  a,  pomp,  watar-wayn  eiMinoeliiiK  the  ■>  liailer  ami 


24 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTF. 


jLLY    6,     1880. 


painp,  TmlTW  in  tbtM  w»ter-w»jr»,  coiwtnM:h.4l  Mid  auUnK  mImUii- 
ti*llr  ■■  wet  forth,  and  •  rewrroir  Mid  inlrt-vdTo  to  iap|>ly  water 
and  <»mpeii«iae  le^aye,  w  tet  forth. 

230,602.      lOTAlT   ■lASOlIBB   rADCIT        Diint   D»4W 
•  Aiii.  Ibtrlji  illl.  »MlRior  of  two  lllr4t  of  hii  rigkt  to 
llgtr  W    Cktilli,  of  Iirrlibtrg.  P».     Fllod  Jti    li,  n:» 


S.  Iw  ■  hunKiws  the  atUtctiinif-plMto  MiU|>t<Ml  t<i  Iw  aocnrul  U) 
the  haine,  and  tite  «tad  4  on  the  plat4!i,  and  tlic  waidivr,  iMtafiiuK, 
and  trac-e  therwm,  i-.>iiiWneil  with  tlie  wa»L«;r-l«ckiinf  device,  Ut 
opfnite  MrtiMtantially  •■  dtwrilted. 

4.  Tlie  liaMe  aiid  the  haine-altachinx  pUte  and  ita  Axed  atud 
d.  t..  mt^e  til*  iHMkinK  ouUide  of  it,  the  atud  being  pntvidtnl 
»ilh  I  .^iitrwl  liote  Ut  rwTivo  the  iicrrw  that  attachoa  the  washer 
U.  till-  «lu<l.  combined  with  the  tnioc,  MibiitMitially  a«  deacritied. 


220,595.     BOTTLE  8T0PPIK      iBLloi 
Wii        rilad  Dec    tl.  1171 


■  llvkiko*. 


Cltiim. — Tlie  utopjier  B.  pmvidoil  with  two  parallel  horixontal 
holm,  il  li  III  rooil>inatioii  with  the  hail  or  opring  A,  having  two 
pnrallcl  lion/ontnl  aniiit,  r  e.  innert**!  in  and  IrMiaely  fitted  to  the 
hoh-H  li  li.  rcHimlivcly,  nnbHtantiiilly  an  and  for  the  pur|ioar  upoci- 


li.-.] 


rinim.—l.  In  a  m«»uring-f»ncet,  a  circiilar  cliainli.-r  |.n>- 
vided  with  inle«  and  outlet  porta,  a  rylindrioal  piston  routing  p«- 
ocntnrally  wHhin  mich  chamber,  with  it*  periphery  m  oli.ling 
oHitact  witk  the  circamfBrentUl  wall  thereof,  and  a  ri\fd  poiMtira 
ciit-nff  located  between  the  inlet  and  oatlet  porm  of  the  diiunher 
and  extending  inu>  a  receaa  or  iih>t  in  tlie  rotating  pirfon.  fiir  pre- 
venting the  exit  of  the  li<iuid  nntil  ineminrwl  and  n-gnlarly  dellT- 
urod  bv  the  n>Uting  piston,  .alwUntiaUy  a«  ae«.rilH.l. 

a.  In  a  intianiiring-faiioet,  «  rotating  piaton  mounted  n|i<iii  the 
wriat  of  a  crM»k  or  crank-diak  oil  an  at-taating  nhafl,  iuUrtaulially 
M  deacribed. 

.1.    In  a  nura-nriig  * *   the  oonibinatM>n  nf  tlie  actuatintf 

»haft,  the  crank -disk,  and  iu  wrist  with  the  r\limlrioal  pi«t<m  and 
th«  chamber  having  the  receaa  in  \U  m.Ic  wall  for  Ihc  ii.-,oii.m.- 
diUi.Hi  ..f  the  craiik-iliiik,  ooliaUiitially  ait  d.«riU.Hl.  for  the  i>ur 
|HiM>  specitkvl. 

220.503.      lOLDINe     liCHINE       Ho»»Ci    L    Itais    Brid^. 
port    Coil       Piloi    ■»!  »1     l"" 


220.596     riRl  IINDLIR 

r:li>d  rob    t     1880 


HiniT  PiiCK,  Sti  Prki«ii««,Ctl. 


C'trt**.— Till  fin  kiii.Mer  1  ..iiii«»««-<l  of  the  utickH  \  \.  having 
the  inter]>one<l  liha  k"  'I  1  at  tlii-ir  end;'  ilip|M<«l  ill  lueltod  main  and 
allowed  to  ,->nA.  \vli<  nln  llie  pio-oH  all  atlhere  withuat  tIte  uae  of 
faotening  rievireM.  >w  ■«■(  forth 


229,597.     CHURN      J  icoa  Poitati.  Okio  Towiikly.  laltioa 
Coiitr    lo«»       rilad  Apr    17.  1110       'MoBOill.)^ 


Hoatci   I 
(Ua  aodol   > 


Clmim.—l.  The  ooinbiiiatioii  i.f  two  •egiiiontal  wheoU  and 
4wt>  long  clamia  with  a  pUtforiii  and  with  the  platen  of  a  preaa  by 
llM^an•  of  raiU,  the  wiiubinatioii  being  sahatantially  itwh  aa  de- 

•t'ribvd. 

2.  The  OHiibiiMtiiHi.  oubetanlially  a*  deacribed.  of  a  platform 
pn.vide.1  with  two  leginental  wh«ehi  with  raila,  rlaa{ia,  and  »t»fm 
for  the  wheola,  whereby  the  oarria^o  »•  Wliport*-*!  and  iU  extent 

of  motion  regulated,  a«  »i>oiified.      

220  504.     HA»M1J8  ATTA.0III1IT       Cliitii  H    liiTi  »i< 

CitiLii  H.  liiti,  Jr.,  ■♦•101,  laoi.     tiUi  Mar.  11,  il»0. 

(■o*ol  )  ___ 

\i  I     En     /   '  .'_ » 

■  -  ^  % 


'^'^tmi.  —  1  The  combination  of  the  cham  A  and  operating- 
fVaine.  iiiatle  in  two  (Htrta,  and  which  part*  can  he  opened  outward 
A>r  the  piiqMNH'  of  reiiioving  the  operatioj^-levcr  and  the  doable 
diulier.  Nubatan'.i  tllr  ax  ^hown. 

'i-  The  <-<iii  biiiHi.on  of  the  operaiinf  -  lever  |«mvided  with 
hulen  with  the  '  ■,'erating-Ktni|M,  which  have  tlieir  enda  paaaed 
tliroiiiili  the  hohw  ill  tlie  lever  and  aernred  therein  by  uieana  of 
Ntiitahli'  hooka  or  other  fiwt4>niiig  deviooa,  •nbatantially  aa  de- 
fc-riU-d. 

.1  The  combination  of  the  napporting-fVmiBC  provided  with  a 
gniding  roller  for  c4«-li  iitrap,  the  in>erHting-levcr  having  the  outi-r 
cnda  of  the  iitni|«<  Retired  theretti,  and  two  daaher-roda  which  are 
made  to  revolve  in  o(>{i<Mite  din'^-tioua,  aubatantially  aa  act  fortb. 


220,508      CORSET      Ci4ii.li 
riU*  Dio  JO.   1171 

■"5 


W    PtiTil,  Mow   Hi««a.  e«ai 


I  Vf  w  ^ 

C/mm.— 1.  In  a  hanirtia,  the  attarhing  pUte  and  ita  atud,  onn- 
biiicd  with  the  buahing  thereon,  adapted  Ui  h»'  cxtci»d»<d  tlmiugli 
the  Inu-e  end,  nuliataotially  i»  dca«ribe»l. 

i.  TTie  tracr  *  *  and  the  pUte  c  and  ita  biwhing  o\tendi-.l 
through  the  tnw^-.  cooil.i.io.1  « ilh  the  :,ttnchinj.'-pl«fe  ■v"'l  >««  """I 
viiliHtartixlK  ii»  ih-wrilieil. 


rtflta*.— Tlie  hcrein-deacribod  iiuproved  oonot,  oonaiating  of 
rear  wietioaa,  C  (',  ppovided,  neow  their  rear  edgea,  with  atcela  F  F, 
and  connwttMl  by  Kfrifia  of  webbing  K,  and  ftvmt  aectiona,  B  B, 
connected  Ui  the  roar  Rcctious  by  lacinf  D  D,  extending  trmn  the 
u|»per  Uj  the  lower  edge  of  the  ooraet,  %m  let  forth. 
'220,500.     CHDSN      SiokOi  W.  riiiHif.  taoky  Polit,  Cal. 

rili4  Nov    S.  Il7t 
i  riaim  "  1    Tli<  cylindrkal  eaae  A,  with  the  curved  mcUllie 

I  b<itt<»ui.  bent  or  i-orrngHled  to  ftmo  tlie  longitudinal  ledgea  a  in 
I  the  tiottim  itwif,  in  combination  with  the  hmgitndinal  utripa  *, 
j  rtttiMK  the  lia<  k«  of  mid  \vA^t»  and  mpporting  them,  anlwtantially 
an  herein  iI<-m<  rs U><1 


juLV  6,   1880. 
229.600. 


U.    S.    PATENT    OFFICE 


i'liiim.  —  .V  fcmih'  having  cuim  or  |in)je«-tionn  on  iln  np|>er 
end  lo  (■.•ilch  ill  the  niihw  of  the  luindh<.  unbatantiuliy  a*  diwrilieil 

220,604.  BRKICH  LOADINS  PIKI  Ala.  WaWGiiimi, 
Biraiif^liKa  RbkUbH.  filed  Itj  17,  l«t>.  (No  aodol.) 
Putoitsd  IB  BiKliid  NiT.  1.  litt 


'1.  The  i-nrviil  iiiet:illi>  Utttoiii  A.  «ifh  iti<  itiiutilar  I<m1l'c»  n 
,'iiid  unpiiortiiiit-KtriitM  li.  in  iNiiiiliiiintioii  » ith  the  curMil  |h  rror.ilcil 
winiH>nt  K  and  the  exterior  rvrri}rcn\lMiK-<hnnil«-r.  (',  llic  whole 
i-oiii«(nn'ti'«l  ♦<!  ojienite  MiilMtiiutially  x-t  ikiiil  for  the  piir|MM<'  hen-iii 
dew-rilaMl. 

.i.  Tlie  driviiig-iiliiil\  (I,  with  itn  pinion  .1.  in  i-<inihiimlion 
with  tlie  UilaiKx-'nhccI  iiiiil  (rear  M.  the  hub  of  luiiil  wlioel  iM-iiit; 
alottMl  and  fittinl  with  ;i  colliir,  N,  with  liic^.  im  »lio«  11.  wlii'niiv 
tin'  gear-wheel  iiiui  Ix-  iiwd  ujhmi  either  the  «li:i(\  it  or  L.  hiiI> 
Nt.iiiti:illv  oa  hon'iii  ileM-rilioil. 


I 'hum. — The  tiiiiiblerN  >l,  linving  their  fnmt  :iriim.  n.  eiirvisl 
j  hitiTiiIly  iiiuanl.  wi  :|j<  to  ne.-irly  iiie<'t  :il  llir  (N-iiler.  in  coniliiiia- 
I  lion  «itli  the  h<M>k-i<li.i|Hiil  prnibiiit  I  uiid  |iim  /.  or  iiiiin.-ileiit  de 
I  vici-x,  weiiri-d  lo  (he  liiiiip  011  llie  Ikirn'lx  and  .irniiiiri-d  to  oiKTiiU; 
i  «|>oii  the  tiniililerH,  KtilwL'Uitiiilli  iUt  iukI  forllH    piir|H».e  w  t  lo,lli 


220.600.  FOLDING  STAND 
ZtccRloi  Cllil.  Ntwport  R 
Bodil.) 


TaoHi;    W      Fiiino''.  >    anil 
1       nied   Itr    te    18110       'No 


229,606.     REED  OEOAN      Oioisi  L    Obopt  WorrmUr   ■«>« 

Pilfd  A|  r    ii    I  g)iO        (  No  Bodel   > 


^^7Z77^.^/'/.-^^ZZ7^7?-/-J'^/^y 


CliiiiH.  —  .\  fohliiit;  ntjiiiil  ronm-iliiii;  of  the  cnnnnil  legx  piv 
ot«-»l  to  iiieh  other,  the  joiiit)^!  :vriiiK  liiiiired  to  the  iip|i«-r  |»arl  of 
Kiiiil  leipt,  iniil  till'  two-iuirt  tjt|i  alliK  lieil  to  the  joiiiti<<l  iiriiix.  -to  a» 
til  lie  eh-Mitiil  111  llie  ci-iiler  when  the  Mtaiul  i«  fohliil,  ami  pni\  iih-d 
w  illl  haiiilhw  foniieil  In  o|m'iiiii:;»  011  op|iiMile  «iile«  of  the  line  Im' 
twisii  the  tnii  pails  o(  llie  |..|..  Milislaiil  lalli  .1-  ami  lor  the  pnr 
|iii-«'  ilemrilM-^l. 

229,601.      liMK    WASIIKP.   FUR  MTTS        L.  «  ,■  <  T, »  r«  ic  I's     W« 
lorvillo     Conn      .i  •ui  c"  n' ol    nni'   Iki  !  (  n  f    lii<   rlpht    to  Rodolpk 


"'^-r-"'-*''-"-""^^"-, 


tiki 


''7^/Z.^j7Z777l7/r.^.W77i 


^'^J'^M 


^z^ 


Claim. — 1.  The  H.wher  .V,  liiii  im:  mil  nii'iv  iiij:  wokol  n|ion 
one  >"iile  ami  tin-  ilepre>iiii,iii«  A  h  iiimiii  the  o|i|Mir<ile  »i»h',  i«iid  de- 
preMMioii.i  lu'iiii;  o|u  II  luilli  ii|Hiii  llie  flat  riiiU'  and  llie  iilife  of  Naiil 
wivulier,  ill  I'oiiiliiiiatioii  » ith  the  «|iriiiir  doen  r  1 .  hualed  111  naid  de- 
pruwioiiA,  with  their  iilixe  e\|XM<«i  when  the  vvsinher  In  phteoti  with 
the  »iile  hai  in-;  llii'  di|ireH»ioii«  4  h  tii^iinul  a  Hat  mirfiu-e.  miIi 
Ktalltialli   :iK  diKiriU-d,  and  tor  the  |iiir|HMr  nfMwitiiil 

2.    .\  liH'k  Himlicr    for    iiiitw    Iiii\iiil'  elevnlioiin  n  <i,  «illi  iinl- 
n-teiN  ill);  wK'ket    IpclHeeii  ii|>oii  oiii'   jiiilc',  and   ii|>oii    the    opixmilo 
cidi',  at  a  |N>iiit  dinx  ll\  iimlcr  >>.iid  i'liv;i|ioii,«,  de|in'>«ioiiH  ronliiiii 
im;    tile   «priiii:-do:;»    r  1,  xnliaiaiiti.ilh    .w    desi  riUil.  and  for   the 

|Hir^HIH«'   p,jM1'llil-il 

220,602.       POTATn     DIOOKR         TuoaAS    R     Oiat.    Ottnawt. 
low*        KiUil    Apr    !«.  18811        (No  nodol   ) 


(hum  -  I  III  .1  nH-4l-or);:in.  Ilu  eomliiit.ilioii.  nilli  i-|>.iiiii^k 
(i  of  |Kirlitioii«  K.  n-.-.!  Umnl  .\,  and  >;iiid.  I..  o(  xaU.-.  II.  I,iil«, 
or  pnijis'lioiiH  .M,  |iitiiiati  hmU  1,  collar.  K.  and  >.|iir.il  s).riiii.i.  .1, 
eoliKlriicled  and  arnilip-d  to  o|k  rale  siii«l.iiil  iall\  :u.  and  (or  1 1,,. 
|>nr)«ir«>«  «et  (mill. 

2  Tlie  loinlii'ialioii  of  ni-ils  H  and  ril*.  11  and  I  arr  iii:,'i  d.  i- 
kIiohh  and  ih-«.  rilH-.l.  |<i  iorm  1  Iom  loiiil^  In  Mi .,  it  1  h,  mitl,  1  .^hIo 
of  s.iid  ri  III.  |;  and  >iir(.iii>  li 


229,606         AITiilKATII-     SAKKTY     fLUTCIl  P  .  ..  m,  .  i, 

HtK  KIKHf »      S.jii     ^r»llllll^<l     C.»l.       Kili-d    Buy   .1.    ;&>i« 


1     t. 
(Mo 


i'linm — In  a  )>ota)"-di;:irer,  the  ciimbiiiatioii  of  a  plow,  K, 
an  iii<-liiie<l  emllcw  ajiroii,  i.  ami  a  driviu);  iinvhailitm  with  the 
diagonal  lived  ;,'iiide  K,  which  evti'iidn  itpwitrd  omt  the  top  oflhe 
apron.  *>  ;ih  to  ■.'iiidi  the  iipuanlly  iiiov  iii;>  |N>tii|iNi>  towani  one 
c<irner  id  (In    1  le\.ilor,  '-iiliNlaiitiallv  il.*  xhowii. 


220.603        FERRULE        JonBrii    H     6BBiiiiiK«r     Nri 
Conn        Fil'il   Mar    30.1880        (Nonodo!> 


\ 


If  1  T  0  I  . 


(•l,nm.—\.   The  lri|i-k-vxrn  I»,  iiKHinUMl  n|HHi  the  fr.uiie  A  H. 
ao  H>i  to  Im   Hcliialinl   In  .mntiH-t  with  the  Immnoh    II.  or  similar  di 
vie»»..  and  i-.>nm-.l.il  with  th<   wtfetv-elut<  he»  of  mi  eh  \ator.  «.  as 
lo  laiiw  tlieiii  to  o(MTlte.  HnlMtnHti;UI,l  lUt  hen-iii  de*  riln-d 

i.  The  triji  Icicni  1),  providoil  with  the  ndhm  «,  .ami  sii|.- 
|>ort»-<l  from  the  friiiiie  .\.  no  nii  to  Ik-  lutnutixl  l.v  the  momenliim 
ae.|iiirv<d  l.v  lln  contiel  with  the  Umhv  H.  ami  eonin-ctiMl  with 
the  caiiiM  or  calchiii  K  K.  »o  11*  to  catine  them  to  net,  Nnlxtuulmllv 
HK  iH-reiii  diwrilHil. 

.1.  The  Imhum-s  or  ch>atii  II,  net  ii|m>ii  the  i:<iidc-|M«ti>  (',  wi  an 
lo  thniw  out  the  trip  levers  I)  when  (lie  rollers  »i  an'  Itrouglit  in 
violent  eoe.lact  lli.nwilli.  snlMtaiitially  ai<  Inn-iii  di'^rilxnl 

1  The  Iriplcxcni  n.  with  the  rollers  »,  moi.ilih  omniH-tiNl 
with  the  eaire  A  H,  in  comlnnalHMi  willi  iIh:  lams  or  uid  h.-s  K  Y 
the  aiiu'iilar  iiraics  (I.  (he  sliaO  /..  ami  llie  In*-.  «  II  «iil«l.iiiiial!  1 
itxnnd  (or  the  piir|s««.  In  n  ill  lU-sirilMd. 


OFFICIAL    (JA/KTTF. 


JOLY    6,     1880. 


229.607.     SOPJLIIIIITAL  H0R8ESH0B       Ca»«LH  8.  HlLL. 
ArliaitUi    *i       ri\»i  Pib    3.  lite 


<  laim—l.  In  i-iniit>Jiijitit»n  with  the  calked  U«e-|ii(ic«'  »iul 
ariiin  H,  imvuUkI  thi-reto  ami  hiiviinr  terminal  calkit.  the  nnl  (', 
MM'urfMl  t<)  th«'  tii«-|iieof ,  itnd  tnuMvorae  phI  D.  m  Ret  forth. 

2.  Ill  i-<Niil>irij»tioii  with  the  tiw-pieoe  .\.  hsviog  flanf^  a  .  tho 
«nnn  B,  having;  nimilarly  Haiiifod  h«*l-|>iecei)  K,  aiid  the  nxl*  (' 
and  U,  •■  don-ribetl. 

1  III  coiiilMDatioii  with  the  t(i<»-itiocf  A.  ann*  K,  and  heel 
liieoc*  K,  tho  nid  C,  iiut  c,  and  traiwvenjf  bar  D.  h.tving  tt'nuinat 
jawa  li,  an  dt;«(;rih«Hl. 


220,008.     SDPPLIIINTAL   HOSSKIHOB 
ArliigKi.  li       Tn»i  0«t    tl.  1171 


ClllLII  S    HltL, 


(:imm.—l.  In  o«nnhination  with  the  part  A,  having  oblong 
beaded  b<»U  B,  tho  part  A  ,  hnring  nlot  *,  whereby  the  halve*  «r<> 
■o|iarably  atta<:hod  ti»|{ether,  aa  and  Tm  the  par^Miae  iet  forth. 

1  A  soppleinental  honeahoe  oonsirting  of  the  parta  A  A  , 
haring  jointly  an  oblong-beaded  bolt  and  a  alot,  k,  in  i:«inibina 
ttoo  with  tho  acrew  I),  atepped  in  the  part  A,  ]iaaaing  freely 
tlimagh  a  lag  iMi  part.  A',  and  imrrying  a  nut,  C,  aa  aet  forth 

220,600.     TIHICLI  SPKINO       Almiio   0    Hictrc,  Coltakii 
City.  lava.      Pllai  lay  17.  llSt.     (Xo  aaial  > 


tion,  with  end  aectiona,  aevtHtiial  top,  aidea,  asd  b()tt<Mii,  of  ice 
nvMiiiiiM^loM  nxtendinc  friHu  op|HMiite  oiida  of  tbe  oar  to  the  central 
<l*M>rwayii,  inhHtajilially  an  aet  fitrth. 

'2.  I II  a  (Hxtioiial  refrigenU«.r  for  rara,  the  c«»ail»ii»ti«in,  with 
end  mxtiona,  iie<tioiial  top,  aidoa,  and  IxittoHi,  of  icerapepUcUw 
uxtendiiig  from  iip|Mmite  eiida  of  the  car  t4)  tlio  central  d«>i>rwayi«, 
ttaid  i<w  nx*pta<l«w  nmatructed  with  open  topa,  chaod  aldea  and 
•inda,  and  gratt*!  boUoma,  and  aupporiod  above  the  aectiunal  bot- 
tom, anhstaiitially  aa  act  forth. 

A.  In  a  aoi-ti<inAl  refrigerator  for  oara,  the  combination,  with 
end  aectioiia.  ao<ti<mal  top,  aidoa,  and  bottom,  €»f  ioe - rece|itM:lea 
uxtendiiig  fnmi  oppimito  cnda  c>f  the  car  t<»  tlie  central  doorwaya, 
lUid  incUl  lin<id  guttur*  I.mjOo*!  beneath  aaid  ice-reccptaclea,  and 
drip^pi|ie«i  extending  through  the  t-ar-botUnn,  sabstantially  aa  act 
forth. 

4.  In  a  ae<-tional  rofl-igerator  for  cara,  the  ooiubtnati«>n,  with 
end  aectiona,  «e<:ti.mal  t<ip,  aidea,  and  botbtm,  of  ioe  -  receptacle* 
extending  from  opixmite  enda  <if  tbe  car  to  tlie  central  doorwaya, 
and  dtN.ni  in  the  aectional  top  for  tlio  inaertioa  of  ioe  in  tbe  ice- 
r«<w|ita<-lc,  anbataiitially  aa  aet  fitrth. 

5  The  combination,  with  a  aectional  refrigerator  proTidod 
j  with  doora  in  the  ti»p  for  the  inaertion  of  ioe,  i»f  peinorable  doora 
«H  nred  to  the  carroof,  each  door  being  pnirided  with  two  trana- 
%er«e  t>ar«  liaving  yielding  ends,  and  b«dta  which  are  inaerted 
lhn.ugh  aaid  )  lelding  enda  and  engage  in  atatiooary  nati  let  into 
tin-  car  roof,  auhatantially  aa  aet  forth. 


I  220,612. 

Apr    t  .1 


POIP 


Hiitr  A.  Jiaiiioi.  Braoklya,  H.  T.     ril*4 
do  ■•dil.) 


CUmm. 1.  In  an  end  apring  tar  Tehiciea,  the  ct>mbination  of 

an  elliptic  apring  fonned  of  fonr  piroted  piece*  and  two  coiUxl 
apringa,  the  parta  being  combined  in  anch  a  manner  that  the  wlwde 
atrain  upon  tho  elliptic  apring  ia  tranaferrcd  t«>  the  coilod  one*, 
anlHitautiallv  iia  shown. 

2.  In  an  end  apring  for  rehiclei..  tlie  elliptic  apring  K,  f.M-iii«l 
irf  f.mr  nKla  .w  levem  pivi^ed  t.>getber  at  tlieir  <mU-r  otida,  ami  piv 
nted  at  their  inner  enda  in  any  aaitoble  bearinga,  in  combination 
with  the  two  elli(>tic  apringa  and  tho  clamping  b<dU  for  uniting 
tbe  three  apring*  together,  aabataotially  a*  deacribed. 

aaO.eiO.      WASHIIIS    IACHIIII 
■  l(k.     ril«<   F«k.  U.  Iltt 


Itiio    laaTia,  SaaarU 


CMm.— Tbe  onmbinatioii  of  tbe  diak  A.  baring  apright  O, 
aapporting  tbe  rotating  fVame  D,  rertiaally-aliding  handle*  (i, 
baring  fommitn  H,  ooniMoting-mda  J,  and  lerer  I,  aabatantially 
aa  a«d  for  tbo  parpoae  aot  fortb. 

aSO.eiL     KirilSlllTOK    OAt.     Saxil    Hoilli,  Okarlti 

taa.  I.  G.     rila4  Ayr.  14.  Ilia,     (la  na4al.) 
(.'Maa.— 1.   In  a  aeetiooal  refrigerator  for  cara,  the  <x»mt>iua 


CUtim.  —  ]  The  combination,  in  a  pnmp,  of  a  b«»el-edge«l 
anat,  B,  ada(>ted  to  a  correaponding  opening,  and  a  ateni,  a,  acrew- 
iiig  intj>  a  wvit  below  the  aeat  B.  and  pniridod  with  an  annular 
U>vcled  nhoiilder,  /■,  adiiptod  to  a  wirreajioiidiu};  bearing  of  the 
valve  «•«!  B,  anbalantially  iw  act  forth. 

2.  The  <'oiiil>iii:itioii.  in  n  |minp,  of  the  threadwl  aoata  C,  do- 
tai'liiible  waiU  B.  valvm  i  c,  and  ateina  «,  having  alioalden  e  and 
threaded  lower  enda,  auliatantially  aa  aet  forth. 

.?.  Tbe  atema  a,  threaded  at  the  end*,  provided  with  ahonldera 
e  and  ero**  heada  a.  in  combination  with  the  valvo-aoata  B  C, 
valvi«  h  r.  and  aphnga.  aobalantialiy  aa  aet  forth. 

4  The  val^e  cheat,  ita  |iartitioa  O,  threaded  opening  and  aeat 
('.and  partition  H,  having  a  beveled  opening iJRjrding  a  bearing  for 
the  aeat  B.  in  combination  with  the  ahooldered  atein  a  and  aiiriiig- 
val  I'm,  oonatnieted  aob*tantially  a*  aet  forth. 


220,613       8TIAI    PIITOW 
N    T       Pil«4  Apr    II.  1110. 


HiaiT  A    JtMiiiai,  Braaklya. 
(Ia  naitl.) 


rititm.—l  Tlie  oHiibinatioa,  in  a  piaton,  of  a  grooved  head. 
'  I,  rarryinn  |ia.kiiig  ringa,  and  a  apring  otHMiatiiig  of  a  aingle  atrip 
'  of  uniform  thi.  kii<»w.  b«>nt  and  coilod  np<m  itm^lf.  aa  ahowii.  and  in- 


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terp«ned   lictween  the  piatoii  aii<l  packiinf-ring,  aubaUntially   aa 
act  forth. 

2.  Tbe  ooiiihiivitiMn  of  the  groovod  piatotl-hn3<l.  i^oBlinwm* 
apring  rill'.;  B.  of  niiiforiii  flii.-kiiMw.  aoenretl  lU  mie  end  to  the 
ImuuI.  Mild  .-oiled  and  foldcnl  aa  aet  forth,  and  the  outer  ajilil  pa*  k- 
ing  rina.  A,  Hnlmtiintially  aa  ap^H-itte*!  , 

229,614.      TRIADLB    ■(CHABISm    FOR    DINTAL    1WQ1III8 
Willi**    A.   JoMaiToa.   Idgawttar.    N     T        T\\*i    lar     »0. 
lite.      (N«  nodal  ) 


CUtimk. — 1.  Ttic  combination,  willi   the  alott<«1  aprinc  elnapx 
or  bolder*  (I  (}',  of  tlic  headed  holding  pina  *.  eonatracted  aohaljui 
tially  aa  described. 

2.  Tl»e  combination.  with%t«>l  K.  of  alotU«l  apnnK-i-la>»i»  (1 
(I  ,  provided  with  proje<-ti(Mi  d  ami  K|>riiij:-|xiint  r.  for  the  pur 
IMMoa  atatMl. 

220.618.      ANIMAL     POIE       Aliiitus    Liiiovt    aid    Iiwii 
Llttawi.  Cokottat.  M    T       Flltd  Apr    6    IIIO        (Naaodei.) 


[ 


CUtim. — 1.  Tlie  combination,  with  the  treadle  mochaniam,  of 
a  apring  for  raiaing  the  Imulle  and  a  fly  or  driving  wheel  alightly 
out  of  balance,  aulaitantially  aa  and  for  tbe  parp^iaea  bort<inl(efore 
at^t  forth. 

2.  Tlie  coinbinatioii.  anbatantially  aa  hereinljoforo  aet  forth, 
in  treadle  iiiechaiiiaiii.  of  »  jointed  treadle,  an  elevatiiig-aprinx.  a 
Im>x  or  liearing  engaging  the  lower  |iart  of  tbe  apring.  and  a  guide 
U)Hiu  which  aaid  btix  can  move. 

3.  Tlie  (^mibiiiation  of  the  fly  wlie<'I.  alightly  ont  of  Imlance, 
the  joiiiteil  treadle,  the  hhI  and  .runk  txiniieeting  the  aaiiu'  with 
the  fly-wheel,  and  the  elev»liii>:  aprinj.',  tlie  (vimbination  InMiig 
and  iM-tinif  aulmtantiall)  »«  bereinU'fore  aet  forth. 

220,615.      BEAT£R    FOR   COTTON    OPRNBRS       Ritii«aD    IlT 
SOX    Low«ll,  ■»«•       Filed    Nov.  tl     1ST7 
Jirit/. — The  lKi«t«T  coniiiHt*  of  the  i<lian.  ;irmi>  or  ^ilinluienl*!, 
rounded -txlge  diaka,  and  fixed  blatlea. 


CUitm. — 1  In  an  animal-poke,  the  (iniilnnatton  aiul  arningo- 
iiient  of  the  laiw  B.  a4juating  de\  k*  ¥.  ami  tbe  fraiiic  carrying 
the  piua,  anliatantially  aa  aet  forth. 

2.  Tbe  combination  of  the  abicld  har  A,  e.r<M&-bar  C,  piu  (i. 
and  nut  1).  anbatantially  aa  described  ami  M»t  forth. 

3.  An  animai-poke  coinptaied  of  the  bow  B,  ahiold-bar  A.  lul 
justable  frame  carrying  tlie  pina,  tliroat- latch  R,  a4)aating  dcvi<-e 
F.  pin  ti.  with  nut  D,  all  oombinod  and  arranged  to  ofinrate  in  th<- 
manner  and  for  the  parjioae*  aet  forth  and  deai-rihed. 


220,610.  DIVIDINS  C0IPA88  Joii  D  Litli.  Patalina 
Cal  .  aiiigior  of  aac  kalf  af  kii  rtfckt  to  Oalllk  0.  laai. 
•  ana  plaet       Filed  Apr    1 1 ,  1 180       <No  nodal) 


Claim.  —  1.  A  retaining  devi<ie  fi»r  dividiiig-<«HiipaMi««,  run 
aiitint;  of  a  lievebxl  an'  u[M>n  wliicli  a  wedire - atia(M><)  li'ver  \* 
a<la|>l(Ml  ti)  iuijiinge,  aulMtantiall^  tu<  and  for  the  pnqxaM'  iien<iii 
dea«Tib»-d. 

2.  In  combination  with  the  c<>m(>aHM  .\.  the  beveled  corrii 
piteil  an'  B  and  the  thumb  lever  (',  witli  itj<  «ixlgc  »,  HJiir^'ln 
tlie  <-iiiii|iaMtni  tiiv  n<lAined  at  Hn\  d(«ire<l  diatance  a{NuX,  RUbslau 
tiallv  aa  herein  dcarribcd. 


229,620.     covsRiNe   for  steam 

Ltx-h     lilvaikrf.  Wia       Fiiad   Not 


80ILBR8 

IC     1«78 


Gioiu I    F 


CUtim. — 1.  Tbe  eoiiibinntioii  of  the  fe<slnillH  A  Hand  the 
1ieat«r  i-ainaiating  of  the  diak»  (1.  fixed  blailea  F,  and  abaft  1>.  aiib 
atantially  aa  dearriU'tl. 

2.  The  oiiiiliinrition,  Hitli  tlie  l»ei»t4Ti».  of  a  diak  or  diaka.  ti, 
provided  with  h  tliirkeiKMl  n>uiid<«l  or  la'a»l<il  e<l;;i'.  Hulwtanlially 
aa  and  for  tbe  pnr|Hiae  diwrilMvl. 

3.  TIk-  coiiiliiiiiition.  with  ttii'  liontJ-ra,  of  the  diaka  <!.  |tro- 
vid«-<I  with  r^ulial  aluilnieiil-  K  K.  w  bow  maw  *e«-lioli  in  Ibe  aeg- 
iiieiit  of  a  I'iri  U',  Aul>at.uitiiilh  ai«  di-Hcnbed 


220.016.     SAW  FILE       Hi«A*  A    Ii*»*i.L    PkiUdeiphi*    P» 
aiilgior   of   o.«  kalf   of    hit    nitht    to    Arthar    MUlrr     .aiBf 
plat*       Filad  Mar    IS.  1880       (Honodfl) 


» 


■^f'^j^ 


Cfaiw.— The  tile  A,  the  rroaa-awtion  of  which  exhibiU  three 
Hid<*,  n  (I  n,  of  «inal  anglca,  and  a  flat  comer.  A,  at  one  odg«-  of 
e^M-b  aide,  ao  that  aaid  comer  ahall  make  atraight-edge  aurfiMi*  ' 
U|M>ii  the  edne  of  the  aaw  blade,  while  the  aide  a,  aqnare  thenwilli. 
ia  u«xl  t4.  file  tlie  fn.nt  of  tbe  tet^th.  the  aaid  aurfw^w  e  In-iiig  I«r 
allel  with  the  Inu  k  wlgt'  of  the  aaa ,  thereby  avoiding  the  makinu 
of  weak  pla«-««,  and  thua  pnwrving  the  maximum  teiwile  atrwigtli 
of  the  aaw.  aulMtantuall\  aa  aet  forth. 


Claim. — 1.  The  device  f<ir  aupporting  the  e.xterM»r  walla  of  a 
lion  <  irciilatinj:  or  d(«id-air  rbiiiiiU-.r  for  ateaiii  pi|»'  and  Ixnler 
roxriiic.  iimalatinp  of  one  or  iiion-  aeriea  of  ^irrngatcd  am-  «• 
lant  !li:i'  tin  •xtnnie  )¥iintj«  of  the  auglw  or  curviw  of  the  wire 
wrvi'  to  Kii|i|>(Ml  I  lie  external  walla  of  the  ajiaee  in  Ibeir  pro|Kr 
jHwitioii  anmiid  tin   laiiler  or  pija ,  .ill  Biib.«tan tially  aa  »|>e«.ihe.l 

2.  In  eovpriiiKa  for  boilera  and  afeaiii-pilie*,  tbe  devire  for 
foriiiiiic  !i  dejul  air  <  liauilier.  c<>n»iatiui£  of  a  ah«*t  nieul  plate.  K. 
and  one  or  iiion'  a<Tii»  of  cormgat^Ml  or  angular  ajiimlly-wound 
wires  ftrraiici-<l  l<>  auatain  the  Riieet-uietal  plate,  all  aulwtantially 
im  and  for  I  lie  pnqKiw'  a]>eoifietl. 

%.  Tbe  ateaiii-pii>e  covering  conaiating  of  )ia;>er.  cement,  ran- 
v:i.«.  ind  liHir-feif.  aheet-metal  plate  E,  and  eorrugateil  aupi>ortiiig 
wire  H,  all  Nnlwtanfially  aa  and  for  the  purjaMw  ajieeified. 


220,621. 

bravilla 


WINDOW  OPENER 
Obio       Filed    Dee    24. 


ALIItT 
187t 


K    M tiiriiLD    Staa 


220,617.      CORSET    CLASP       PlitEi    L«fLl». 
FUad  Mar    8.  1880       1  Model   )  £ 


Warrea.    Maaa. 


~«1o.^ 


\   '\- 


Clntm. — Tlie    eombinatioii,    in    a    donlile- wlint'    windim 
ventilator  njielier,  of  rrank    K.  doulili   i  lev  m  ('  <".  and   liiika  I,  I. 
■ubetaiitiailv  aa  duacrilNxl. 


38 


oiKK  I  \i.  (;  \/i  rn- 


1 1!  IV  6,    1880. 


229,622.     Brs'C  stand      Kiek  B    Miisniii'    isiH^"    i>    '  220,626.  W 

«l(i>ir    of    o»«    biif    of    »n    rljkt    la    OiCfoU    A     Wn-'nirf 
Bolton     IkK       FiUd   i»i    U.  II8C 


■I 


''^ 


p4Uv 


'/linn. — 1.  Ill  ;i  iiiiiKK -Kt.-iiiil.  .1  r.uk  <'ii)ntl>)<'  of  Iwiiiu  T'll'lfil 
Mi  .i<"m  rili«l.  It  cniiinHtiiii:  i>f  a  Uitloiii  li-ilci-  ami  l»|i  pui-t-.  joiiilol 
liiikK  to  i-iiiim-«-t  tlifiii,  »nil  (  n:i«  IsirK  to  rimiHit  llic  jniiilt  iir»iiitl 
liiikH  U'twiHii  *!iicl  \nlee  and  t«|>  liU'tr.  wlnnlo  llic  njiiil  U<\>  |>ii  n' 
iii;i\  U'  fi.ldt-J  .l.iwii  iiion  the  Uttloiii  1.-iI,t  :i"<l  niiiain  |Mnill.  I 
Ilirrcwitli.  tlir  riiiU  of  "uiil  Ut\>  1>I<-«1-  Ixiiil.'  <>)nmi«iti'  llio-u-  (if  thi- 
lM>(ti>iii  Iwlcc,  Kiilwtantially  uh  (it)iMT\lx-<l. 

2.  Id  •  TinMicntaml,  a  l¥uti<  )><>rtii>ii  ami  il*  rnX  IioIiIiml' 
WM-ki-t,  coitihtiMxl  witli  »  nw-k  oiiiiixiw*!  'if  lx>lti>i:i  iiml  Uiy  |.MMr-. 
jiMiiti'il  conncftiiiK-lilikii,  iui<l  rr<i«»  'wrx  In  1  i.iiiic.-t  iln'  ).>iiiti.l 
liiika  Ix-twwii  tl»o  Haul  t«|i  i»iii>  l><>iti>ni  pi. •<•«•».  tin'  Willi  <  r"«>  Itn  - 
Ik'Iiii;  |in«\iilc<l  with  iiarniw  iwirlimw  t"  i-iialiU  tln-ui  to  Ih  iii^mIi  .1 
III  the  lioUiiiijf-WM-kc-t,  HlllMttlltmll^  iw  iI<s«ti1k'«I 

:J.  Ilia  iiiiinU'-dtiilKl,  tlir  oiiiiliiiialtoii.  » itli  tin-  iii-riL-lit  ,iih1 
Uir<  i>ivn(«il  llicrvto  iionr  one  flnl  to  ciiaMr  IIm'IIi  Im  In'  tiiiiii  •!  u)' 
lHi>i<i(>  llio  wtui  iqiriKht  or  down  at  lili  anirlc  tluTcto  t^i  form  ,i 
»ii|>l><>rt,  of  tl»<  iliak  on  :4Hi<I  uoriKlit.  (»rti\  uUm!  wiIIi  hoi.  Ii.  s  Io  rc- 
(ii>"  tii«  iwlil  1<'({K.  ami  tlic  lioUliiiu  Jcvic*.'  i>r.i\iilr<l  wiin  :iriiw  «, 
:i<ta|>ti-<l  to  U"  nitatwl  in  oiKMlinvtioii  UnMivir  llio  x-ihl  iioUht-^  to 
imMMil  iIk   lotTK  fniMi  npn-iulim:,  or  in  llio  n-vi'Do   ilmrtion  Io  «■ 

ii-:u«    till'   naiil    l»'4rt,   HUllHtiilltiKllv   HM  lll«Cli  Ix'll. 

'  I 

229,623      COHBINID  BABT  CAKRIAOK  AND  rRADie       kvs     I 

Ti!i  J     Haish     Lt  Croiaa    Will        riUdJii     i»     !S80 


Cltiim. — t-  III  »  1>illiiinl-ta)ilc.  flM>  riiKliimiM  or  rclionmliii:,' 
Kurfsuiii  cui-i.tnii;  .iC  Mill- or  iiiori'  iniltiin'tiilciil  luiri^oiilal  win-M,  », 
j'xfomliiii;  ;uri>!«»  ilir  i.nh'x  am!  "'iiilit,  111  iiniilitiiatioii  witli  a  ti-ii 
•iiHi-ailjuxiiiii:  i\<'  II,  l'\  uliiil!  Iloir  triiiiion  is  rri^nUtttl,  Hiil«taii 
ti.iih    :!!•  .mil  for  thi'  |inr{H>K('  Inniii  ili»t<Til><>il. 

i  I'l  loiiiliination  \>illi  the  iniI<-)<>'nil<Mit  liori/jmtal  *irf»i<«, 
foriiFiiit'  I'lo  i-nnliioiix  or  n'li<>nii<lini:-i<iL'i'"»  for  a  l>illi:tril-t4ililo  nixl 
;iila|>li<l  (o  lia>i'  tlii'ir  ii  Hiioii  iiirrt'amtl  at  will,  tin'  riililM-r  IuIhiii; 
or  (OX  iTiiij;  r,  xtlunln  iiipirv  to  llir  liilli*  fniiii  r<i|itiK.'t  Willi  tiK' 
win-  w  pn'vciitril.  onlwl.inti.illv  as  Ii'Tmii  (liwrilnHl. 

■1.  Ill  I'OinlHiiation  uitli  !hi'  in()r<|irnilriit  liorixontnl  wirtM  a, 
roriiiiiii;  111.  I  M?«lnoii-  for  a  lulliaril  -  lalili-.  |Hvwini;  nnniinl  llif 
slM-:m'^  h  in  till-  rortiir  Rtmlt  It.  tlic  blink  ('.  witli  ifj<  iK^iiotiii;;- 
wriH  1>,  hIi<ti-I>\  til"  tdiiKioii  of  titc  winw  i.«  ni;iilal<nl  itinl  tlnir 
riaxiiitlx   iiiaiiitjiiiHNl    ,<iilwl.i:ilialU  a*  ln'roiii  iliittrilMitl. 

(     In  '   .nilnnation  with  the  liillianll.tbU'  A  .V  ,  haviiitr  rimli 
loitK  fonm-il  of  till  rl.wtir  iiitl('|M-ml(<nt  •vxtvm  n.  tho  r»>rwr-Klinls  11, 
priiviilcd  with  till'  ifpKivod  Hliim\  on  A.  whcn-liy  thi-  w  \xv*  art'  crow)  li 
lit  tlif  <-<>rinp<  and  r-mit.u  t  of  tin-  lialU  with   the  KtmU  |>n'vi-nlr<l. 
Mll>f*t;«iitiiill\    I-  ii.  '"Ill  ili-wrilx'il 

.">.  Ill  cnniliiii.ition  'Niih  a  liillianl  l.iMi-,  tlio  U-il  .\,  fonmii  of 
•  ]>laHti<'  <'tiiii|H>iiiHl.  ami  iu'lit  in  pla<  ■  In  tin'  l>-"Mi'<l  mu'ok  /. 
KiilH>l.vMtia1ly  HM  mill  lor  tin-  piir|«>»<'  lt>r"in  ilr.-«  rilHtl. 


329.626.     BOOK  MARK       Hitia  R    McC a  1  miiht.  Wa.^hin^'.on 
0.  C.      riled   lay  20    Igtn       (No  iiodtl.) 


ClntHL.  —  I.  Ttiw  ImmIv  a  ami  a\l<'  U,  in  toinhiiiiUfni  with  ui 
Mili'rMiniiL'  nH'kiT,   V>,  lor  tlir  piiqiow  m-\  lortli. 

i.  Till'  axle  H  and  nH'ki-v  l>,  in  ('oiiilHiuition  with  Ihi'  riKls 
«  (I  ,  •nio-tantlalli  an  d<^-ril><"«l. 

.1     The   riK  kir   I)  and    *\\k    H,  in    •' iMiialion   willi  i  l.iin)i« 

l>    1).  .\*  and  for  tin'  piirjmw  divi'rilH'd. 

I  III  .1  minrrlihU'  halo  <  .irrijitrt-  and  <r.i.lh  ,  tlu'  ro.  «c  r  1>. 
pr,i\  1,1, 1!  »  nil  ll.in_"ii  il  if.  Ml  roiiilir.ialioli  "  till  tin   .t\l<    15,  :»  d«'- 

220,024.       ORRRirH         Ekoch    J     Harstbk-     St.i,Uln»,    C»l. 
fileii  Mar     'It.   18S0        (No  Bud*!    ' 


Clnim, —  .\    IxBik  mark    ('iiii.4i<tiiii;  of  it  !iiiit;l<<  hhtdi'  or   li-af 
|tnivi«kNl  with  a  Kpriii^'  ilainp.  the  liliidc  «c|Kir.itin^  tliv  Iravi"*  nl 
the  IwMik   and  ad.ipti'd    Io   niliain    ill    tho    ImkiW  xvIk'II    rltntd,  «I|I> 
'<taniiall\    a.-i  drw  rUx'd 


220.627  HATH  WASTE  AND  OVERi'LOW.  Sabukl  0  %c 
tkttLkto,  Ntwtd.  MiKi  (LoUnor  t»  Ihn  i.  L  I«tt  Iroa 
Worln    >»«w  Tori!    N     Y       Filort  Bay  7.   1 880.      (¥0  Model. > 

'5 


■vm-m;.  \v^  •■■y.w.V'JA'.VAsattv. 


'v?.;;;fv;i:"iy:M 


(•iftV'VilCi-i'vv 


iiU"V'"i'',;'i,''i'iVi"? 

Vll'''".'!!.!.!!.'''!'!'.'!, 

Vltiim. — Th niliiii.ilioii,  with  tin  piix'K  /"ami  //,  .•oiim'<li-«l, 

r"<(M>«tivrlv,  t<>  Um  ii\ort1ow  </ .iml  waMli'  r,  of  ihn   liiliiilar  \al\o 
,111,1  ;lii'  valvo-Kciit,  that  i-xlcnd  Imlli  aUivo  and  Ix-low  tlw  int4-nM'» 
I  lion  of  the  pi|>c  /,  wi  n»  Io  I'liiw  the  K,'inR',  Imt  allow   tin-   |iiiiwai;i' 
rioiii  till'  onrllow  li  (/  111  rrmaiii  ■>p<n  llirmigh  tin   I'lliular  vain   / 
|o  111,    »4  v\ '  1  II.  -ii'i!-Uinliall_\   .1.-  M  t  loi'.li. 

229.628        I.AHE  L  HOLDER    FOR    «A1I,  BAGS       JoH»   W     Wr 
Ktivk-    .lad    RoBUT    i     loIii-veT.    Rechiiter,  iniKBOrn    of 
.in.  t^l^(1    or   thfir  riRlit  •.«  ftnerne    H     Poi    Nnw    York.    N     Y 
Flli-d   iny  17     1S80        'No  nodBl,) 
Itru  I        Till'    holder   iiiav  It-   wrntX  with   llic   iiniiiiioii  wimhIim 
inc.  with    It   ind  Willi   a  priiiU'd   *lip   Inhl    upon   lh<!   plati.'   I>y  tlit 
^n-iiiC  mill  IhiMci-.'*.  or  with  tlm  iiriiiKnl^.'*li|ijil 


rl.nm — 111  a  dirriik  l»"»n.  tlii'  coiiitiiiiation  of  the  Imoin  (", 
ill.  inn  or  i'\t«'ii»ioii  1>.  tin-  j.iw»  K  K,  lh.>  claiii|>»  I  i».  and  li.Mik- 
l.ill  i;,  pnmdn!  Hitli  a  U-mt mil.  ,il!  arraiiifd  and  .i|Mraliiii;  n\t\<- 
.l.iiilially  Ml  tin   niaiiiivT  .iiid  for  ll»'  piirjowi'  «|H'«  ilinl. 

220.625.       BILLIARD   TABLE        SniA     B     liTHlwiux.    Rio 
Vi«t(     Ctl        Fi'id  Mir    1     I8S0        (NoBodtM 


ilnim. — 1.   The  niiiiUiiiatioii,  in  :»  lalwd  holder,  of  a  HaiiLi-il 

or  ltpi«'d    plate,  a   xpriii)r-e«l<h    iiinl  a  «nai>-li<><>k    liaxiiiir   itx  li\.'.l 

I  arm  ra.«t  oil  or  riiri'ily  atl^u  lie)!  ami   tin"  imi»»h|e  unii   pivole«l  Io 

I  Nuid  pUt<-,  HiilMtjiiiiuillv  an  -ii'l  forth 

I  "i.    TIh'  i-onihinalioii.  in  .1  lal»d  liidder,  of  a  plal.'.  a  d.-xMe  for 


JUIY    6,     1R8O1 


U.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE 


-y 


ii-itii>\»Mv  att.'ii-liiii;:a  lat>(-l,aml  two  iiideiM'iideni  iiiiHp-hi><ikii,nt<'li  Clmim. — -1.    .\  h4dtiiw  (Miiieli,  k.  in  <t>iiiliiiia(ioii  with  a  nvip 

h.Hiiii:  ilM  fi\ed  ,iriii  .'.-kfl  011  or  ricidlf  all.iih*')!  and  itx  niovalih'  I  rocAliiiR  l«r,'«i,  a  fiictl  wIkdI.  It.  pnvwr  roll.-r  or  f.H>!  d,  and  plate 
.inn  (MviHiij  It)  Kiid  plat.'.  i>i|l»Uinli.illy  :di  and  Tor  llie  pur|i<i)W  net  \  r,  all  ciuiMtnK  li-d  .-imi  o|M-raliii^  KniMlaiitially  iv>  iiml  for  llii'  piir 
torlh  |»nt.in  K|<i'ei(ie<: 

2.    In  a  II     tliir  piiiii  hint.'   inniliiin.  :i  hollou    pun.  Ii  pi.nnliil 

w  ith  an  ('VU'ii»     n  or  1 11 1 w.  K,  111  I'oiiiliinalioii  «  illi  a  rl^  ipnn  ,(iiii!; 

luir,  ^,  foil  win    I    Ii.  and    riK'4'ptii.  le   d.  xiilr^lanlialli    .i>   .iinl    loi 

the    plir|HIM>   K|M      Itil'il 

.'i.  Ill  H  pin.  Iiinumiichim'.  ,1  Imllou  piim  1.  pro.  ,ii<i!  willi  a 
tiil«'  or  iwleimion.  V.  in  eoinhiiialion  h  llli  a  n-..  plaili,  ii.  pn. 
X  ided  with  a  dimharae  till"'.  H.  ami  a  nt  Iprm-at  1111;  l«ir,  </.  .-ill. 
-laillially   a*  ami  tor  tin    piir|»i«>-n  i>|m-i  ilnti 

4  In  a  ]>nm  liiiic  niaehiiir,  a  lioUow  piim  li  proviili.l  .lilli  a 
IiiIn'  or  i'Mi'Iimoii,  K.  Io  i  arr\  :iMav  ihc  iliipx.  in  1  .iinlitii.il  ion  wiili 
a  ii-.  iprmaliiit;  liai.  '/  plali  r.  ami  ,1  ni .  pL..i  It .  li,  >.iil».iaiili  ilti 
.i>  and  lor  I  In    piir|»»«'.'-  'mI  loitli 

2*^,632.      GRAIN    AND    SKKD    SEPARATING   SCREEN        Pri. 
jaminF    FrTTiT    Sun  Lnii  Oblipo    Cil       Filtd  Sfpl     iT    idTK 


229,629.       SEWING    lACHINE        Lcmit'i     B     Hillxr    tid 

PniLiP    DilHL.    Eliitbith     N     J      lailKieri    to    tki    Siigir 

Mamfactirieg    Co»p»b»     of    New    Jiriey        Piled    J»b.    »». 

!880 

liiiif. — The  iniproveiHent*  relate  Iji  the  Khiillh'  ami  feed  o)>«'r 

aiiiii;  niit'hanisiii:*,  and  eonxMl  in  the  i-<nmtriielion»  i'nilira<«'il    li\ 

th.    I  l.iiiiiM. 


rlitim. —  1  The  .  iiraiii  or  wmkI  M'|>ar»tinc  "r  ilejiniiii;  wniii 
i'oiiMiMtills.'  ol  till-  nii'liil  pl.iti  .V,  liaMii;;  1  »{».  or  <-ovei-»  /».  nwafml 
upward  orci  the  »ide  o|M'niii4;s  or  »ih>t.'>,  A,  kuImIiuiUhIIi   ax  ;uiii  lor 


fVoiiH.— I.    A  Hhilltle-driM'r  h>r  lu  wnm  niaehin.'''.  having  the 

horn*  h   Ir.  iidapU><l  to  eii)pu:e  willi  Ihe  re»r  ami  forward  |M>rti.m» 

of  the  l>ohl>in-i'!V«'  of  the  ithiiltl.'.  Hani  horn  A"  Neiiia  exKindeo  for 

ward  in  lln»  dimtmii  of  the  Uwk  of  ihe  HJ.nttle  u>  a  |>.>iiil  in  «<1 

vame  of  the  kip  of  naid  h<»k.  milxtaiilMlly  .w  and  for  the  pur|«>iM) 

S|KHitieil 

■'      V  Hhiittio  driver  for  «■«  ilia- niaehinos.  In-Avinc  the  hwni 

/,   h'  "uUpt^l  t.i  cnKH>re  with  the  n-Ar  and  forward  |N.rti..n»  of  the      the  piiri-«H-  herein  d,».  riUil. 

Ix.hhin  enBC  of  the  Khiitth  .  wild  horn  h'  li^ng  exteiidod  forward  in   ,  '^    TUe  jmiiii  or  w.,-,!  «'|KirMliiiv'  or  .'le«niiii.'  w  txx-n  .•on^i-lin- 

Ihe  dmnlion  of  tho   IwhU  of  Ihe  nhiittU    t4.  a  (Hiiiit   in  advance  of  ;  "f  the  niuUl  plate  .\,  liaiiii;;  .a|ii,  or  cover*  n.  xw-ajuiMl  iipwar.)  to 

the  tii.of  Hiiid  Imak.  ami  pr.nid.-d  with  the  nh.l  A',  Kiih»t*ntially  »k  i  f"""   llie  »ide  o|ionin>r'   or  hloU.   /,,    lh(»e   .-up»   and   »lot>   u.iiii; 

,,nd  for  the  puriKm-  iiKHitiixl.  ''"""«>  '"  -»'''  l'''^"'  '"  "'""  '"■  «'•'<-  "f  '="?'"-'  ""J-''^*-  »"'»l-"' 

;l.    In   a   iicwin(f-nt»»-lfiiir.   the   •'onihination.   with   the   main     luiHy  lUt  uiid  for  the  pur|N««   hen  in  dew  nUd 

ilrivins-pilian  ami  e..iine<iiinjni.l,  of  the  driving  r.K'k-«hHn  I.  pro    ,  •'»■    In  a  irniiii  or  ».^e.l   «;|iiinilintr  i«  nnii.  tin   ,1.  v  ale,!   <a|.».ii 

vided  with  the  c»iii  r,  the  liftinc  r.«k  shaft  K.  provided  with  arm  i  <-»'»eni«,  fornie.1  aUoe  the  »h.Uor  hole^  h.  o|K'iiini:  from  iIm'  «idi-s 

.-■  and  forked  anil  <  ,  and   the  fwl  Iwr  K.  iiubfcUiilially  as  »hown  |  'il«»e  the  plane  of  the  wn-.n-phite  A.  mid   e«|«  or  .•..urx   Uinir 

nrruiiKi-^l  in  tterion  of  niWH  foniK<d  at  varyiiif{  aairleii  t.i  ihe  leiictli 
of  (lie  plate,  wherehy   the  eraili   in  <-aiii«<d   to  Inn  el  over  a  tn-nl.  r 
diNtaiM-v  thiUi  the  leni;lh  of  the  plat4',  HulMtJUitially  a*   lii-r>  in   de 
HerilKMl 

-1.    In  oaiiii  In  nation  uilh  Ihc  irrain-ih-fKimtMi);  phit4'  .\.  nilli  iii- 
raimid  <'U|W  n  and  elevated  nide  o|H'ninp<,  h.  ihi'  hoHow  hI.Ic  rtaii>r>'«. 
H,  with  their  nide  adiiiiwion  kIoIm,  r.  and   ImiIUmii  dii«eharir('-i>)i<'n 
iii(p»,  d.  when'lix   trniin    in   prexenletl    from   ai'i-uiiMilaliiig   on   tin 


iiinehini  .  tin   conihiiiation.  with   the  ilrniny 
(•am  il.  ami  tin    fixid-liur    K.  of  tin-  f.'<d  n"  k 


•Tiid  dciM-rili«l. 

4     III  a  Mewinn 
shaft  (',  havini;   the 

shafl  K,  havin;:  anus  r  r  .  tin-  forke^l   eonmstini;  pie<-e  .1,  and   an 
iiitennediale  a<\jiistahle   ilcM..',  to  which    wii.l  conneeliin;  piece  .1 
in  c<)iim-<t<'«l  near  il«  forkinl  ■  ml,  wherehy  during-  the  rotation   of 
the  driviii({-»lian  a  e<Hii))oHnd  \iliratoiy  and  lonjfiliidiiially   n^eip 
px-utiii!,'   iiioveinent   m   iniiwxrtwl   to  asiid  eoiiiieeliiii;  piix-e  .1 


ind 


the  KHid   inovenient*  variinl  for  the  pun«».-  of  varv  ini:   the  f.i-.l,  i  »'-•>•«  •>»"  the  wre..ii  and   the  ea|«wily  of   th.'  «n*n  enlarp^l.  -uh 
«ul«tanti«lh  a*  d.*  .-iImxI.  "Untially   a*  henm  dwMrihcd 


229,630.     VEHICLE  SPRING      JmnP    loiiow  aid  Hiii«t  j  220.633 


F    BuiH.  Oreeifield.  Ohio       Piled  ■»?  )! 


(  No  nodel   '  i        May  3 


BODGIS       En»Atu  PrABRi    Brooklyi 
880        (No  Bodel    ' 


N    Y       F.lfd 


,,:  ■■-J^-Ajy,.-!-';.,.-':. 


Clfiim. — The  eonihiimlion,  with  the  rciU'licu  it'  «*,  wn-urwl  to 
the  Iwdater  «  and  n-*r  axh  ,  >i  ,  and  arraiici-d  an  (U'wrilnxl.  of  the 
w  roll-aprinjj  e,  providwl  with  the  hUiiik  i\  pr0jiM-t.1l  inwarxl  from 
their  fanteninRH,  and  the  cnwH-liar  d,  Udt.tl  to  the  rem-luw  rt'  «'. 
and  Imviiii;  it*  1  iidx  IndU-d  to  the  inner  iikU.  of  the  »teiiiR  <■=  of 
Ihe  *  n.ll  apriim  '.  Knlwtaiitinlly  iw  and  for  the  purixmtw  w  I  forth 


Cluiih  — The  <-.niil>inatioii.  111  the  Ixin-rn  .  of  a  wire  or  sliffin 
ill|;-e<>n'  exti'iidini:    part  of  the  t>.-i\   alone   the    ItiMlrniiieiit.  ami  a 
fl<'\ilde  Inid.    I'omiMminu  the  l>o(ii:ie,  and  having  th.    (levilde  tKiliit 
PHieiHlaii;   Ik'NoiiiI   tin    Hliffenini:  core,  lui  and  for  tin   piir)MiM»  iw.^1 

fbrtk 

229,634        BIRD     CAGE         PiABCll    T.    PlUTlt    SckBleBbBrn 
Tei.      F  led  Hir    !3.1I80       (MoBodil.J 


229,631.      LEATHER    PUNCHING     ■ACHINE        Bicrabd    W 
0»lli    CklBago.  Ill  .  tiiigior   to    kiB.elf.   George    LtBi.   »id 
Cktrl.i  A.  Wkitiey.  .»»e,l»ee       Piled   I.y   1  7.  1  880       (No 

■  odel.) 


S   K'.;^ 


t'ltiim. — 1     TIh'  eoniliiniition  of  a  hinl-eace  havin;,-  <i|iriiin^>i 
tliron;;h   itH   U.ttoiii   for  the   iimertioii   of  the   fi'»'<l   eii|»  »»itJi  IIki 
|■^'^sl^•n|>J>.  which  have  their  U|ni«'r  ends  inM-rted  thnHii^h  the  o|k'Ii 
iliirs  and   «iip|H>rtiil    in  place  jiutt    al»>vc  tin.    IkHUmii  of  Ihe   floor, 
■iiilixlanlialli   10  show  n 

2.  Tin  I'oinliinatioii  of  Ihe  IxHIoni  of  a  l>inl-c.ni^  luiv  mil'  o|»'Ii 
iiiL's  ihroniih  il  for  tin  insertion  of  the  fi'<'d-i'ii|w,  and  prov  kIihI 
H  ith  the  ll.iinrcs  T  aroiiml  tin-  wild  o|K'ninL'».  "  itii  a  |Hrforaliil  rip 
vihich  Ills  over  tin  Haiiiri'  ami  tin  (.'.■d  .up.  so  as  1..  pr.'vi  nl  lie 
a.linisHjon  ol  Hico  ami  iii»i-.'ts  iiilo  tin  t  rip.  siil»«l,iiili.ill.  as  «<'t 
iorth 


3° 


OFFICIAL    GAZIlTTE 


July  6,   1880. 


X  Tlio  coiiiliiiiatioii  of  tlic  (WKsl  vuiw  Imviiis  tlio  n|>rin!.ni  at- 
UUhtil  t.i  til.  ir  Khl.-M  witli  \\ie  IkiIU.iu  of  tlio  lugo  liavine  i>|«iiint'« 
(lir.Miuli  it  t'>r  tlio  iii»«iiioii  uf  tlio  iiii|kt  pimU  of  tin-  cuiw,  tin-  wiil 
.l.riiii.'*  •■i|>l""'»'i'-  ''"'  '"l"*  '"  I"*"'""-  »iil'"ta"t'-'ll*  "*  »li.i»u 
Mill  tlfacrilntl 

229,635.  DELIVERY  APPAEAT03  FOR  PRINTINT,  MA 
CBINSS  Cn*«i.is  PoTTIK  Jr  PltiafieM  S  J  Fll"lApr 
It     l>ti1i       <  No  moinl    ' 


(Uiint. — Tin'  coiiibiiiittioii.  with  tin'  iiii|in3*<iim-<-vliiKJ<T  iiiii! 
Jelivcry  cvIiikKt  or  imll«M»,  of  two  iiitiTiiuHiiatc  tr»ii»fur-<'vliii 
(Icn*  liiid  tiK'ir  ^riiM'i'^t.  Kulwtautiitlly  oh  act  fortti. 

220,636.      QCIDB  ROLLER    POR    PAPSR  MACHINES        Tb<i. 
Pusir    Sioektoi.  C»l.     PUtd  Jai.  IS.  1880 


Clnim.  —  III  a  |ift|MT  iiiakini:  tiiiM-liiiK-,  tlip  r<>iii  hi  nation  of  tlu' 
iiiovaliK'  ifiiulo  roller  H',  joiirn.-ilwl  in  Umrini,'*  T  on  tin-  fninic  H 
will)  tli<-  o-ntral  (livot.  1),  pina  a  e,  and  g^ide-piiu  b,  all  !irr\iii;(<<l 
an<l  o|H'ratinu;  u*  uiiil  for  tlic  par|M«c  nut  ftirtli 


220,637.     BBIR  PAdCIT.      CHilLli  C    RiDMOiD  tid  Aa<  Hi 
»»Li)    W     Wkiti.   8n   Jot*.  C»l.      Pll«i  Mir    »».  1880       (No 
■  odtl   ) 


(Imwt, — I.    In  «  drvini;  -  uiiwliine  of  the  charticter  b«rein 
■(Mvitlctl,  tlio  ooiiibinHtion  of  the  funiocnt  or  lienitcni,  the  verti 
>ully  mljiiNtahle   tmy  fruni«fi,  anil  xliJinK  tray*   iiM>anto<l   in  wiit 
truN  franici*   Hnd  a(l:v|it<tl  to  \x'  extended  froui  eitlier  end  of  the 
iLunliUM  .  Kii^MiAntially  iw  m't  forth. 

2  In  »  drier  of  the  cliarutor  herein  nixx-jfied,  the  nniibina- 
ti.iii  .if  the  fiirnii<'<«  or  liejit<"r<t.  arrani(»d  in  [luirR,  the  vortkall\ - 
aiyuaUilik  tnis -fraiiii'H.  i<nd  the  seetional  tmvH,  hinged,  aubatitn- 
tiall\   ui  till'  iiiiinnir  and  fur  the  ]iur(i<MC«  set  forth. 

.1  Till-  luniii  dew  rilx-d  trayH,  (■•iniposed  of  a  nniiilier  of  Hel- 
lion.' liiMireil  iiiL'i'tliir  :iod  ii4la|>te<l  t'l  l>e  di»char|;e<l,  in  the  niuii 
uer  -M't  fori  1 1 

1.  The  liiieiii  df«  r\l«-d  trays,  ooiiiiHwed  of  a  nunilier  of  *■< - 
tiotw  hingixl  to)5ctlier  and  havintr  r(!rni>oito<l  IxjtfoiiM  of  iwrforati'd 
material.  «iil»itiiiitiall\    i»  -liown  ,111(1  diwiiUJ. 

5.  The  loiiil.ination  of  tlir  trari*  ,oin|)0«ml  of  geetion*  hinged 
loiritliiT.  the  trav  fiaine«,  and  the  rollens  which  cause  the  move- 
niriit  of  the  rcvolviiii.'  iini.shen,  all  operating  aabatantially  in  the 
manner  •diown  and  dewnlDyl. 

41     The  cuinhination   of  the  fumaeen  or   heaters,   the   tray- 
fraiiie*.  the  elevalinj;  contrivance,  the  i»»>etional  hinged  trayx  niov 
able   ihniiit'li   the   frani.*,  and   the   rerohinji  hrnHlien,  all   Dnit<'d 
.■\iiil  nrrHnL'i-<i  to  ..(..rHit   iiilwtantially  in   the   manuer  *lio\rn  and 
dii«  rtixMl 


229,640.      COPPES    pot       Hiiiit    C    Rici.   LoaUUia,   Mo. 
PiUd    Utr    i    ii»0       (Modtl   ) 


f 7rti#i.— 1.  The  f\oi»  U  and  pipe*  A  and  C,  in  ooiiil.iiiation 
u  Ith  the  faucet  H.  pn.vided  with  plap(  K,  having  tlie  holea  a  and  c 
and  irn«>ve  n,  nulmtanUally  a*  and  for  the  pniTxiw  set  forth. 

•2.  The  ({lobe  I>  and  pi|iea  A  i\  in  Piinibinfttion  with  Uie  pipca 
K  (I,  eaa-rr-winoir  H,  and  f»Qr«t  B,  provid«<d  with  plug  K,  havinc 
the  iKilea  «  ,  c,  and  /,  MihiiUntially  aa  and  for  the  porjuwe  mrt  forth 

:»  Tlie  faur«"t  H,  pnividwl  with  ploj?  K,  havin({  the  RroovB  n 
and  holoa  <»  ,  f,  and  /,  in  e««nbiutttion  with  the  holhm  iwdyifonnl 
■teni  1.  pnividwl  with  the  Harinif  apnin  I,  auhntantially  an  and  for 
tho  pur]Mine  art  forth. 

220.638.      FRDIT  JAE       »ic«t«B    B    Riiur    Wilk.ifcarr* 
P»  ,  atilgiar  ta  Daigln  f.  lartby,  Walarkary,  Can      Pile* 
lir    1    1880       (Modal.) 


I  t'iatm.  — 1.    A  eoffee-i>ot  pnivided  with  a  bead,  n,  lielow  the 

I  U>p,  a  filter.  K,  prxivide<l  with  a  liwul,  6,  lielow  lU  U»p,  the  t4>(«  of 

the  fllt«-r  and  pot  bein({  nuli#tanti»lly  on  the  aaine  level  whoa  the 
I  Ixiid  h  nwt*  on  the  l«^d  n,  and  a  etiver,  D,  whose  flan^  tita  intii 

tii«  annular  intemtiee  between  the  ttlter  and  pot  proper,  anbatMi- 

tially  an  shown. 
I  i   The  conihination  of   the  pot  A,  the  waters vesael  C,  pn>- 

1  Tidixl  with  the  internal  bead,  g,  and  rim  h,  and  the  loose  reiuor*- 
!  ble  ring  or  waxlier  i,  all  arranced  »ab«tttntially  aa  art  forth. 

1229,641         DKADIMHre    HOISB    Oil     R1ILI0AD8.       IioiT 
■        RiDii.   Mtw   Tork.   K    T        Fllad  Oct.  8,  1878 

/<„</— Mi-Ul  rail*  are  covered  with  a  hmptndinally  oon- 

ti>iuon»  Hofl-ineUl  jacket  which  extend*  beU»w  the  under  aide  of 

their  treada 


(•i«iM».— The  wire  bail  with  a  roller,  tho  wire  beinx  bent  ao 
aa  to  reUin  the  roller  in  fu  central  p<isition.  and  t4i  f..rni  h<iwi. 
exUMidiufC  away  from  the  pivoU  to  incrwaao  the  leverage  in  niov 
ing  the  Imil,  in  combination  with  a  wver  ha»inp  an  a^t^h  a«ro«< 
it,  the  au'rfiKX)  of  which  in  two  an»  of  rindea  of  nhortor  railina  than 
the  bail,  aa  and  for  the  |»nrp«>oea  aet  f.irth. 

220  630  lALT  AKD  HOP  DRIIi  A«i>nw  J  R«t»old« 
Cklcig.  Ill  aotlgior  of  oi.  fotrtk  of  kli  rlgkt  to  Joki 
Nowtoi   S.ari.  Lo.doD.  KasUid       Fil.d  Dtc    11    187». 


I  rVrttm.— An  iron  or  ato«l  rail  coroped  with  a  loagitudinallr- 

ooiitinuoos  non  MHMimiia  •oft-metal  jacket,  which  ia  alai*  cnntinu 
[om  around  the  rail  bohiw  tbe  under  aide  of  tbe  tread,  aabHtiui 
!  tially  aa  abown,  and  for  tbe  pnrponc  ant  forth. 

1220,042.  8PAII  AKItSTIR  Jiail  M  KDiiCLL.  Arcadia. 
tad  Diiiii.  Buisiii.  NobUiTllla.  titlgiori  of  oa«  tkird  of 
tkoir   ri(ckt   to   TtoBai   A.    Raabo,   MobleiviUf     lid        Piled 

I        Jaa     II     1880 


July  6,   1^80 


PATENT  OFFICE. 


3» 


r/«»ia».— The  amoke-atack  A,  prorided  with  acreen-wxrtion  A 
and  fiaiiRO  *  ,  in  combination  wiUi  the  oonicAl  deflector  (',  04)  B, 
lia>  inp  Hange  fc,  diaphragm  D,  and  outlet-pipe  K,  all  oon*tract«d 
and  arranged  aa  and  for  the  puqioae  deacribod. 


220,043.  CLOCI  CA8£  J08TP  ScHiliA.  How  Tork  M 
aaattior  to  Flurtico  Iroobtr.  taat  place  Filed  Apr. 
1880.     (No  ■odel.) 


T  . 
St. 


of  tbe  aatomatic  niovhMiUiu,  all  oonatructod  aiid  arraHgcd  aub- 
atantlftlly  as  deacrib«d. 

6.  A  cfliudcr  and  pinngtir  fitted  therein  to  receive  a  lii|ni«l. 
tb«  wid  cyUnder  being  jmivldod  with  a  rtootc  in  iu  inm^r  »ur 
tmcc  amiHM.'tud  with  an  i»rittce  to  enable  tbe  aediiiionl  to  lie  dniwn 
off  without  cbiuigiug  the  proMUni,  anlwlantially  ai"  do«ril«sd. 

220,046.     DSNTAL    Ik'OIVS       Eli   T     Sriai.   PkiUdelpkia 
Ft  ,    aaalgaor    to    Jiaei   W     While     Jaari    Clarcice    Wblte 
aid   Hairy  M     Levti.   Trsitcea.  itae   place       Filed  Apr    tl. 
1180.     (Modal. t 
Brief. — The  lateral  ann  of  the  engine  carriea  a   jdate,  wliit)i 
rock*  vertically  with  it  and  liaf  ui»on  ita  lower  edg»  a  ratchet,  inui 
which  a  aiiring-j>a«l  on  the  upright  automatically  force*  itwlf  to 
hold  the  engine-arm  t^i  any  ikmiiI  to  which  it  way  be  elevatod 


Clinm.—\.  In  wnnhination  with  a  clock-caac  provided  with] 
the  lugi  or  flangea  F.  the  n-movalile  luuk  K,  carryinK  the  move-  ; 
Iiie8|t  (i.  aub«l*ntiall.>   a^  deacrilied 

2.  The  liack  K,  de[.rtiiwe<l  in  the  middle  and  proMde.1  with  j 
»th'  nimt'ht  lil*  h  h.  wliii  h  lie  o>cr  the  eorner-|X)t<ti.  11  ",  in  com-  ^ 
liiiiati.ni  Mitli  the  sjiid  i«*tK.  snlmtantuillx  iu>  deaerilM<»l  i 

3    The  coinlnnation  of  the  cl.H>k-<lial   A,  whi.  h   i»  affixed  U<  \ 
the  movement,  carriixl  by  the  hack  K  of  the  (■l.>.k-<ra«'.  «itli  the  j 
I.Kwo  rin«  j.  loow   u'laiw   ».  and   face-ring   ».  and  with   the  traiii>    i 
verwdy-placed  screw.'  H.  that  hold  the  liack  K  in  pla<*  and  !><\jniit 
iti.  |««ition  to  the  thicknoaa  of  the  glaaa  m.  aulwtantially  an  herein 
shown  and  d»«cril>«Mi. 

i.  The  combination  of  the  Iwwkwardly  removable  cl<«k-dial 
k  with  the  UnwK.-  ringj.  removable  glaaa  fnmt  m,  ai.  flxf<l  rinj:  1, 
Hiilwiantiallv  aa  liorfin  ahown  and  dmnrilKHl. 


229,644.  8TIAM  PDMP  RIODLATOR  Cbiilii  E  SriLLii, 
Boitoi  Mate  .  aeelgior  of  oie  kalf  of  kla  right  to  Tko»ae 
Gogli.  eiHO  pile*.      Filed  Mir.  14.  1880.      (Mo  ■odel.) 


Claim— \  Tlie  combination,  unhatan  tially  aa  hereinl>efope  act 
forth,  of  the  lal.Tnl  arm,  the  rcKking  pivota  thereof,  the  pUte  nx  k- 
ing  n  llh  said  arm.  and  Uie  hn-king  device  a/ting  n|xm  aaid  plate 
to  imaitively  «upi»«rt  the  lateral  arm  in  ita  adjnattHl  iwieition 

a.  The  oombination,  aubaUntially  a*  lieninlnfort  ml  forth, 
of  the  lateral  arm,  the  pivotal  ahank  which  i«>rmit»  said  arm  to 
lie  tamed  borixontally,  the  nx^cinK  pivotal  conniMtion  between 
Mild  arm  and  ahank  which  i>cniiita  aiiid  arm  to  be  rocked  verti- 
cally, and  an  ant4>iiiatie  device  U>  link  or  jioaitively  anpjxirt  the 
lateral  arm  in  different  poaitiona  or  anirl««  vertically  to  which  it 
may  lie  a<ljuated  relatively  U>  the  engine-arm. 

3.  The  coiu  hi  nation,  auhatantmlly  an  hereintwforc  ait  forth, 
of  the  enirine-arm.  the  pivotal  ahank,  the  lateral  ann  (M>nnoct<'«d 
with  aaid  ahank  by  cnawwiae  pivot»,  the  plate'  conn«-t»<d  with  aaid 
lateral  ami  tii  aup|>ort  it  in  diflTcreul  (>r».ili<ina  vertically,  tbe  poai- 
tive  hickint;  devii-e  of  aaid  plate,  the  gnide-pnlleya  carried  by  tlie 
lateral  ami,  the  tabular  a|>indlo,  the  driven  pulley,  and  the  flexible 
]aiwer-iymveypr  c^onnectod  endwiae  with  aaid  apiudlc. 

4  The  (Mnnbinatimi,  aalMtJuitially  aa  hereinlicfore  act  fortli. 
of  the  pivoul  ahank,  the  traiiaveraely-pivtrted  lateral  ann,  tlw 
i>lott<^  plate  HK-king  with  aaid  arm  Ui  an|»}«ort  it  at  different  an- 
glea  vertically,  and  the  pin  or  device  of  aaid  ahank  (aiMung  thnmgh 
the  alot  of  aaid  |ilate. 

229,646.  TOOL  FOR  SETTIMO  TIHPLB  TBITH  liwiis  8. 
Stimpioi.  Hopedilo.  Miaa..  liiigior  to  Ditekor  Teaple  CoB- 
piiy.  aiae  place       Filed  May  18.  1880       (HoBodel.) 


r 


ITU 


Claim— I.  In  a  ateain-punip  regulator,  the  following  ele- 
menu:  a  preaanre-cylinder  and  plunger  therein,  a  apring  to  reaiat 
the  movement  of  aaid  plunger,  and  movable  yoke  t^i  a^juat  the 
forc-e  of  aaid  apring,  and  a  aUaim-valve  moved  j>o«itivel<  in  one 
dirtwtion  by  the  aaid  pinnger  and  intermediate  roda  and  in  the 
other  dinwtion  bv  a  apring,  aubatantially  aa  deacribed. 

2.  In  a  rtaid  -  preaaure  regulator,  the  oombinatiim,  with  the 
Btoaiii  valve,  of  a  preaaure-cylinder  and  plunger  thert<i«,  adapted 
in  ito  movenient  to  chiae  the  rteain-valve,  and  an  a4jnat»ble  apring 
to  n«iat  the  laid  movement  of  the  plunger,  anlirtantially  aa  de- 

a<ril>«<i  .       •        » 

3.  The  eombinatiim,  with  the  atciun-valve  and  mwhaniam  to 
anti.mati.-allv  chaw  it,  of  a  apring  t.)  oi^-n  the  aaid  valve  when  not 
».-t«il  Bp.Mi  by  the  aaid  cbwing  me<lianiam,  a  proaaure- cylinder, 
and  plunger,  anbet*nti*lly  a«  d««erib«d. 

4.  The  ateam->-alve  and  a  preaanre-cylinder  and  pinnger 
tbopein  to  control  the  aaid  valve,  and  a  apring  to  roaiat  tbe  move- 
mcnt  of  tlM.  aaid  plunger  in  clnaing  the  valve,  Uhs  ■pring  tho. 
i,mtr«lling  the  planger,  and  the  latter  the  valve,  and  oonwqnently 
the  engine,  whereby  the  fluid  prwaiure  cannot  be  greater  than  that 
re^iuirwl  to  comprta.  the  aaid  apring  auftciently  t«  allow  the  valve 
to  \te  chiaod.  all  oonatrocted  and  an»uged  aubatantially  aa  de- 

acrilml.  ... 

5.  In  a  pumping  appamtna,  a  ateam-valve  and  automatic 
cmtrulling  mcthaniain  therefor,  c.>mbine«l  with  rooana  to  enable 
the  o|Kral^.r  to  ..[H-rat.-  the  aaid  valve  directly  and  independently 


Claim. — 1.  A  IrOiiiplc-hMith -aelting  Uw\  pn"  id(>d  with  an 
axial  or  longitudinal  pa  wage,  coiiihimxl  with  the  clamp,  Ui  engage 
and  bold  the  Uxith  placed  in  aaid  axial  iHtaugt'  aa  the  t<M>th  ia 
being  driran  into  the  teiu pie-roller  by  the  tool,  aubatautially  aa 
doacribod. 

2.  A  teraplc-tooth-aettiitg  U<tt\  pnivided  at  ita  end  with  an 
axial  or  longitudinal  paaaagt  and  Rha)Myl  to  protnn  the  point  of 
the  tooth,  coiubiiHxl  with  tbe  clamp,  to  engage  and  hold  th«  tiHiUi 
placed  in  the  aaid  axial  paaaagc  aa  tlic  tiMith  i*  being  driven  into 
the  teinjdi<-roller  by  the  aaid  UmA,  aulaftantialli  as  duacrilied. 

3     Xf  an  iiiiprovi<<l  ariiele  of  maiinf.u'tnn',  the  leiiiidejiaith 
actting  tia>l  herein  dtwrihed.  conHiKtiiiK  of  a  nnl  lii>n-d  axialli  and 
tranavcracly  to   reoeive   the  tiNitli   and   lievelud  or  iiicliinxl  ul   itj< 
end,  na  dewrilHHl.  and  a  t4Mith-1ioldiiig  clamp  (-oiiiHx'U'd  ihon-uitb 
to  hold  the  t<Mith,  nil  iHilMtantiall.>  aa  diiM-rilx-d. 

220,647.    TIRB  DP8KTTKR      Alikt  B    8tiiippi.ii    Herrtok 
vllto.  Pa       Fllad  Jai    87.  1880. 


OFFICIAL    C^A/KITK 


July  6,  1880. 


July  6,  i88o. 


r.  S.   PATIENT  OFFICE. 


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t'Inim TIm'  ciniiliiiialioii,  w.lli  the  ilf\  ii'C  l>v  immI  lliniii;:li 

«liirli  llw  ii|i«lliiii:  fiirii-  !!<  !i|i|>ljc<l.  III'  llii'  Jr\  ire  Cur  ('l:llii|iiii:; 
llii  tin-,  till'  l;itl<r  riiii«ii«liii;;  of  tin-  •crr.iliil  \.i»*  K  K  ,  liM-r  K. 
.iiiil  link  <  i.  till'  ■u'\  inil  ji.irti  Imiii.'  .irliiiil.ili  iI  In  "Ik  miioiIui'.  uiuI 
ill)-  two  lU'^  ii'i-H  liki  HI"!'  In-iiiu  ;irtli  ul;iti  il  In  Miu  ;iiiiitlit  r,  ah  ilc- 
M  rilxtl. 

229,648.     CLOTH  SUKARINfl  MACHIME       Dwi.Hri'    SmunK 
■  illbiry    «»«»       KiUd   KMi    il     IHio 
/,V)//— Tin     .^lllllllt    I-    |ii..M.li.l    >>ill.    .  iiUiiiL'  x-'ti>.iiM  i«r- 
riiii.'''!  Ill  /Im'/.-iu'  i>nli  !■   iii'iuiil  iIh  ,  in  iimli  n  m  i   In  |.nM|iini  /.ttiXit); 
laiiK  III  til.-  iliii-i  Hull   >'!'  till     l.ii-tli    III'  nil      liilli  MiilMiiit  miiint- 
taiiiii:  tilt'  < )  liiHli-r. 


'  //i:««.  —  I.  Ill  .1  ili>lli-i«lii-.iriiiu  iii.irliliii  ,  till-  n'viilM-r  iM  liLiili 
1  \  liiMliT  I  ,  li;n  1111'  iiwiliiUtl  iiittiii.r  «•"  liiiii'.  ilivi|ii|M<l  aniiiiKl  it 
III  cin  iiiiil'fr''iitialh  iliffiTi-iil  ur  |iarliall\  ililTi-mit  Mitual  |ilam->, 
III  I oiiiliiiialioii  Willi  tlir  i<tr;iii.'lil  liilsjcr  liLuIr  K.  ami  hiIIi  iiii'<  Ii- 
aiii«iii  I '  fur  rci  i|Mi«illiii;  x.iiil  n\iii\i'i ,  i«iil!«taiiliall\  .i«  iUm  riUil 

J.    Ill   1  rlnlli  "Ih-111111;;  iii.ti  liiiu',  till-  n\i>lMr  or  Mailr  iiliii 
•  l<r  lia\iii;:  i«ilali'.I  iiiltiii^  -ms  limn*  /  m.  arr:uiiriil  iii  /i:r/.a;.' unli  r, 
ill  1  iiiiiliiiKilMii  »illi    t  li'il.'rr  lil.iilr  aiiil  i  lntli  n'!<t  In  {irialiir)'  xi^- 
/:tti  furn'V\»  .1  III  till'  illri-<  liiiii  nf  ilu-  iiiniinii  uf  (In    f.ilirir,  ■^ijij^faii 
1 1. ill*   .i»  iUtm  rilxd. 

229.649.      8TKAW     CARRIKR       Pmnigicic    W     SuanKii    iod 
TMOHAii   B     SuiKlt.   Halrhinni.   aiiii        Filoii    P^b      i     1880 


Hiiilur  T  |triijf<liiii.'   arniiiul  tlii'  i\  liiulcr  I   .  JK'Inw  jt«  ii|>ixr  oli;!-, 
:u<  ?<liii>t'ii,  ill   riiiiiliinatinii  Willi    till'  Mtiitintiiirv  rim  or  nil;;  \    Ih' 
liratli    IIm'    Hiiiirr.  :iiiil  ailiii<;   in   ronjiinitioii  u  Itli  it  to  RcttU!  uilU 
tU.|H.-.il  tin-  (ini  mil-  III!  tals,  siil».t«iitially  im  licrviu  (lotcrilxxl. 


229.651.  KNITTING  MACHINE  BURR.  Eusill  Viiiili.Ttl 
1  Aid  OHtiLiia  i.  NoRHis  Mlllbarf.  ■.•tlgiori  of  oat  tkir4 
I  of  tktlr  ritkt  t*  Jonathaii  Lutker.  Woreeitur,  laa>.  Filed 
'         Mar     .11     I«7II 

/>■/«/-  Till  n-  I"  a  kiiittiii!;liii<>k  iiixm  iin  li  oiul  nf  tlii'  l>ln<U», 

Ml  lli.it  \i  III  II  nn>  linok  lM><-iMituti  \torii  or  ilaiiiiitfitl  tlx-  UImIc  i.-iii 
;  lit'  Inrmd  s..  an  tn  [iri-wiil   tin-  iirw  i>r  |H^rfi><'l    lnM>k.     Tlie  hitulii* 

arc  wH'iiriil  in  tlio  liiib  in  u   luHnncr  tlnit  will   (MTiiiit  of  tlifir  n'- 

iimivnI  «  Iii-ii  llirv   arr  to  lie  n-vomfJ. 


t'litiM.  —  1.  Ill  roiiiliiimtioii  with  .»  slallril  Uil  or  |>lairnriii 
liaviii;:  a  vrrtiral  .iml  Iniiuitiiiliiial  mm  I'liuait.  tin-  riitar>  Ualir 
K,  arriiiim-*!,  ao  »lio«  !i  anil  iK-mriU-*!,  «>  tlnil  ttji'  slra«  in  raiiwtl 
til  iKiiW  over  it.<  i<i|i. 

"i.  Ill  rt>ml»iualioii  Willi  n  |(lnlfonii  or  IkhI  lisiv  in;;  iIk- xcrtiinl 
hikI  loiitfitniliiial  m.ivciiirntx.  tlic  traiKMTxc  rolar*  iH-atir  K.  jour 
iiiilid  ill  the  frmiH-,  ami  of  triangular  form  in  cniiw-tiwtiini,  ar 
riii;;<'<l  to  o(i«'r.ili'  Im'IicjiIIi  tlic  ;;niiii. 

.J.    Ill  coiiiUiiiatioii  Hitli  II   Im«1   or   |>lutforui    liavini;   «   lon;;i 
fnilinal  ami  \iTtiriil    iiio\ I'liiriit,  iiji  ili-wriUil.  I«ii  rot«r\   Ualrn>. 
arr.iii;:i-<l    to   net    n|»>ii  Ilu-    lop  of  tlic  KiraH  ,  ami  ail  iiil<-rnn<li«li 
rol.irx    Ualc-r  or  .iL'il.ilor.  arruiiL'><l    lo   ;u:t   IwiuMlli    till'  »lr.in   ami 
In  ui;.'i    ilii    x.iiiir  ii.Hiiril  tlir  lirail  nf  I  In    plal form. 


229,650.     OOLlt  SAVING  APPARATDS      Bkt  A  »  Trson    W«.k 

iiKioi.  n  c      Piitd  Oct   i:   is:9 

f'hiuu —\  Tlir  Imiiu'li  .\.  "illi  iU  ImiMoiii  H  It.  uml  tin- 
<  linmlM'r  ]>.  iim  hIiom  ii,  in  roinlMiiatioii  with  tlio  aiiKilUr  |ilnlr  (', 
liiivmK  it*  n|i|MT  (<il;;('  miMlr  niljiiHtjililc  with  rt'fcn-iK-)-  lo  iIm'  IhiI- 
toiii  M  ami  lliv  o|N.'iiiiii;  ii>t<>  I'li'  rliamlM'r  |l  \t\  tlic  !«lot  uml  nut, 
i>iil>it,-(ntiall\  im  ami  for  llio  |>nr]><iM<  lionaii  iliwrilxil. 

i  Tlif  InniKli  .\.  Mitli  ilu  HiiKnlar  lilatc  or  <kiiiiimr  ( ',  the 
riti-|ila<'l<'  I>,  ami  tlic  iliiiii  I)  .  in  coiiiliiiiutioii  with  the  Mnim-  K, 
with  itn  irrutc-lmni  K  K  .  HiilMtaiitiHlly  ax  niiil  for  the  |>iir|Miw) 
licniii  drwHIml. 

.1  Tho  rtiiiiic  K,  with  itn  trinavprw-  ilmiin  D'  un<l  H,  iii  roiii- 
iHiiiitioii  with  the  aiiKulnr  or  other  *lia|HHl  traiuocrw  oMillatiiiff 
ritlti--hnri«  K,  ■ulMtiiiituillv  aa  ami  for  tlic  |Hirpimt>  herein  <lcM-ri)Mtl 

i.   The  «lai«-  .V,  witli  ita  iio|HinUiiii{  or  akiiniiiini;  plate  (',  the 
r»<ro|iti»fk'  I),  aliiirt)  F,  writh  ita  iiinvalile  ami  atatiiHinrr  nffle-Jmra 
K  K  .  aiHl  the  filial  lUiKular  plate  or  akiiiiiiier  (>,  in  coinliiiiiitioii 
with   the  iMi-ilbtliii;;   |iiui  or  jiXKor  (j,  MilMtanlinlly  an  liertMii  ile 
M<  rilMil. 

r>.  The  (mil  iiHiKixtinir  of  the  <-«i»<-entrie  oylimhTx  Q  I  \.  mn 
cciwively  ile«-n«Hiiii;  in  heiKht  touanl  the  <'«-iitiT  ami  having  the 
di>«'liiirire-<>|M*niiii;  thnin^h  the  iiiiM'r  cylimler,  the  »ii;riil:ir  rini  or 
HniiKf  T,  with  ilM  pnijettiiii;  plati'  K,  for  re<ti\iiiB  llic  notarial 
fntiii  the  uluiee,  ami  the  vertical  plate  or  Haiip'  S,  in  coiiiliiluittoii 
with  the  (laiciw  \  I',  »iili«tiintiallv  an  heniii  ilcaerilMtl. 

a.   Tlie  |mii  or  jii{|{<T  y,  hiiviiii;  the   in<'lim<<l    »ii:;iilar  run  nr 


CliiiiH  —\.  \  kiiittin);-inaohinc  hnrr-bliule  taiM<riiiu  ImiIIi  ways 
from  the  iiiiilille  ami  hn\  ill);  a  kiiittiliu-hiHik  foriiKHl  at  eiu'h  emi 
aiul  a  I'ciilnil  iiliaiik  pnijivliii;;  fniiii  ita  hiu-k  ed^\  xaiil  hlivilc 
iK'iii;;  iiilaptc<l  for  n*e  miimtantially  uh  ai't  forth. 

"2.  The  I  omliiimtioii,  w  ilh  a  wriea  of  rcvemihle  I)Ih<1(m,  V.  ha\  - 
III'.'  kniliiiii;  loMikH  at  eiicli  eiiil  ami  i-imtnil  Kli.inkx  pruviiUil  with 
HhoiililerH  A.  of  the  huh  A,  hnviii;;  tho  ohli<|iie  Hlitx  B,  interior 
s;riHoe, /I.  ami  xeat  <r  ,  the  liiiKhiii;;  liaviii);  the  tlaiiKc  ('.  the  waiihcr 
1>.  .iiiil  c  l,iiii|"  iitil  K,  snlMlanlially  an  lU'wrilxHl. 

229,652      CLDTCH       Joaira   D.   WiaroATi.   Salca.   tiiigiar 
to   QiiorKt   JtikiiA   !■<   B.    Q.    Backdiar.    Ljrii.    ■*••  ,   oie 
tkird    to   •trk        Filtd    Mar    Ik,  1880.      (Nn  aadd.) 
/V/k;/— The   iM'U-pnllev  |>liiru(l  l«awely  iil"ni  the  ahufX  to  Ui 
ilriveii  IX  pro\i<l<Hl  with  a  niilially  movable  or  odjiiatahh-  huh  tar- 
r\  im;  a  <  lampiiiu  ilo«(  or  lever  mtntiii;;  :tl  nil  tiiiiCH  with   the  piil- 
Uv       The  nhort  emI  of  the  lever  ia  caiiae*!  to  cn)n«|»e  IIk-  xliafl  lit 
pro|>er  liiiiex  l»   nicaiix  of  the  xliiliii);  inme,  thcrehy  alwi  lirin;;in(; 
iiilo  <'ii;;iiu'i  lociit  Willi   the  xliaft  on  ita  opiMwito  xitle   the  ooneavetl  a 
miter  fa<  e  of  the  uiovahle  huh. 


(V<itw.  —  I.  The  xhafl  «  ami  iM-lt-pnlley  />,  I<miw'  I  hereon,  ami 
till-  el.'inipiii;;  <loc  or  lever  r,  rarrii^l  l>y  ami  nrfaU^I  with  the  xaiil 
pulley,  the  xiiiii  elaiiipin)!-<lo);  having  itx  ahort  arm  tiinietl  inwanl 
towarti  the  xlian,  eoMiltiiHMl  with  the  ni^p>-xurfiu-<'«l  eom'  l4>  o|xt 
ale  the  elunipiiiu  ilo^  or  h-ver  ami  caiiac  it  to  direetly  enpitfi'  the 
xhaft  n  ami  xe<iire  the  pnlk-T  to  it,  iia  ami  for  the  pnrjxwc  ihwcrilx-d. 

i.  I'hc  xhaH  n,  lM-lt-|Milley  h,  ami  the  radial  I  y-iuljiiatiihle  huh 
r,  altiiche^l  thcn-uilh  liMinely,  aa  ahouii  uinl  dtMrila-il,  c<iiiiliiiH'<l 
with  the  •lamping  >loi;  or  lever  r,  pitoteil  u|x>ii  the  xaiil  iiiovalde 
huh,  ami  the  iiii  liiii-<l  Kiirfaee  to  o|xrate  the  xaiil  i'himpiii;;-<lot;, 
n  Ion  li\  (he  xaiil  ilnc  ix  liinih'  to  ilir<  ell\  eii;:aL'<  I  he  -ihafl  »  nl  om 
Kiih  .mil  the  colli  ateil  inner  fact'  of  the  niovahle  huh  at  lU  other 
Hiilc.    1*  am!  Ini   til,    puriMiKi-  tliMhlxiI. 


229.653.  PR0C8S8  OF  MAKING  WHISKY  MARtHtLL  J 
ALLm.  »«w  Tork.  N  T  .  and  Williab  E  B«»UL»r.  Fraik 
fort.  ly.      Filed   Mar    12.1881)       (No»odel.) 

Cinim. — In  the  luaiiufai  lure  of  w  lii.ky,  tin  prin-cxx  of  Ha\  in;; 
tiHjauf^raud  xtarch  coiitiiimil  in  a  waxt'  piixluct  and  iilili/.iii« 
the  aaiuo,  which  coiimhIx  in  freiiim  Ihi'  slop  from  the  linui.  chatl', 
and  i-oiirw  |mrticle.-  of  u'niiu  ami  iiilnxlm  iiij;  the  lii|iiiil  llmx  oh 
tamwl  in  plan-  of  walcr  iii  Ihc  siicii'iiliii;:  o|K'nitioii^  with  fri-li 
^raiii,  KiilitiLaiitially  .ix  xcl  forth. 

229.654.  SHOW  box  cover  Ei.wiii  W  AmiK.  UiibUHB* 
Iowa        Filed   Nov     6     '.»7» 


229,657.      HATCHWAY    SAFETY  GATE        F««i.ri5    M     B*m«. 
Soilk  Bead    lid       Filed  Apr    13    1880       <No  andfi    ) 
Krirf  —  A  verticjilly-tiwiniriiij;  haUhwai  K.iti    i-i  oix-rali'sl  hy 
»  coiirnvtiiifC-lMir.  In-ll-rrank  lever,  ariii.  am!   upriii;:  on  the  pite- 
|KMt  hy  the  elevator  iinpiuifing  acaiiixl  tin   xprin;; 


Vltiiut. — The  rcimnalile  l"i\-«»vcr  A  It.  exiemlini;  ciitirvly 
over  the  \»t\,  liiii;;e<l  |.o  the  mi  iirini;  pieii'  (',  hiiviiii;  rvxiiaMCfi  r, 
Wkid  (KMiirilitf  piece  Ix-in;;  placiil  .it  the  i  lui  or  aide  of  the  Nit,  in 
ciMiihination  with  the  hohliii;;  e\exinws  II.  enlcnni'  into  aaul 
rxx-eaacx  ami  !«ervtn;r  to  hold  the  lxi\-<incr  in  a  n'lmnalile  eonili- 
tioii  and  to  xiip|xir1  the  tovcr  .\  when  thrown  Ivtck.  .siilixlaiitiallt 
ax  (IcMcrilK'il  ami  slinwii 

220,655.  VgLOCIPEDK  WiLHILM  Al.BR«CBT.  Detroit, 
Mick  ,  aiaig'ior  to  Wn  Albreekt  k  Co  ,  laae  place  Filed 
F«k    i.  l««e 


t-^-1 


('toiaii.--TlH>n>inl>ination,  w  ith  an  elcvator-ca+ri.  of  an  an  tied 
xpriUfT,  H,  attached  at  both  eiidn  to  the  olevaior  ;;uidc.  an  arm.  U. 
Iicll-cnank  lever  F.  and  link  K.  the  lattir  ).tM.leii  at  one  end  lo 
the  bell-crank  lever  and  at  ita  other  end  to  the  \erlniilly-xwin;nii:.' 
piic,  Hubatautially  a«  aet  fortli. 


220,658.  ELECTRICAL  SAFETY  DEVICE  FOR  ELEVATORS. 
WuLiAii  B  Siwiiij  New  Y_£jk.  N  T  FU«"i  Jose  i.  1880. 
(No  ■•dal.) 


FUed  Ji 


Clntmi. — 1.  In  a  veli>ci|iede,  the  conibiiuttion  of  the  fnuiie 
r  !'  <^,  having  the  xlotted  alide  S,  with  the  frame  I)  D  F",  piv.rt 
ally  myuriHl  to  the  r»«<li,  and  re««-h  .1.  pnnidiil  with  the  folded 
ttaiif^M  I,,  vrhereby  aaid  fraiiica  can  l>c  longitudinally  at^juateil 
n|K)n  fioch  other,  aulaitantiaily  an  d<i*crit>ed,  and  for  the  pnrjKiao 
act  forth 

2.  The  c«nnbinatinn.  with  the  t'rame  I)  I)  K,  pniv  ided  with 
the  frame  (),  having  iliHintK'r  K  and  tuN-  a  ,  with  a  »<|uan'  cen- 
tral orifice,  of  the  xtnndard  H,  with  itx  upjier  (Kirt  «|iian'  ami 
lower  part  nmiid,  pivolwl  remch  .1,  and  handle  1,  xulwtanl tally  a» 
di-^crilxsd,  and  for  the  piir]x»e  wt  forth. 

3.  The  coinhinution  of  the  ailjuatable  frame  1'  V  Q,  having' 
the  ahitted  xlide  S,  frame  1>  1>  F,  liavmj;  projectionx  <i  and  u\lc- 
lioxen  (),  frame  (),  having  chainbei  K  and  lntx>  «  .  reach  .1.  bav- 
in;; tlanti-*  1„  atitfcner  l',  ami  xiandarvl  H,  MilixtHntially  as  de 
hcriUil.  and  for  the  piirixiae  xet  forth 


220,056.  TOT  SHOOTING  GALLERY  t'HA»LiJ  A  Bauit, 
Ctkalt.  C»ii  Filed  May  12  1880  (Neaedel) 
CUtim. — Tlie  8li<H>tin;;-;pilli  r\  havui;;  the  IxitUiiii  B,  xidc  walla, 
C\  and  (fla*(  Uiji  D,  cxumhIihk  the  full  h  n^'th  of  the  galler\,  the 
|>roJ*>cth>ii»  b  having  real  «i,  the  xlidc  H.  liaMnf  opemin;;  <i,  the 
eml  wall,  L,  the  r.Hc|>tac|e  m  Utweeii  the  slide  and  end  <^all,  and 
the  tarf(ft  S,  hn\iliu  the  o]«ratiii;;  pxI  «.  ftaaxiiig  through  the  \mm- 
thereof  and  teniiiiifttmi;  niitimli  ibc  U.v  in  a  mink  or  handle. 
kulMtallllalh   a)ts|Miiliid 


CUiiDi. — 1.  A  safety  dcvie«'  forclevatora  e<mtroll«l  by  a  pon- 
erator  of  electricity  ,  in  combination  with  n  circuit  rlotnTor  breaker 
uiitoiiiatit'nlly  i:oiitndU-d    b\   the  duacciit  of  the   cjir.  Hiioxlaiitiallv 

:tM  dtwcrilaxl. 

2.  Ill  an  eh'viitor.  a  car  tlie  dowiiwanl  imivenieiit  of  whieli 
IX  nutomatically  cauitrolleil  l>\  a  i  iuteh  actiialr<<l  b\  eloctrieily 
through  the  intervention  of  auitable  iiKirhanixiii  bn>ught  into  nc- 
tiun  by  any  abuurnial  spoed  of  dowv-nt  of  the  car,  xnlmtantially  a« 
de«icril)ed. 

.3.   In  an  elevator,  a  car  pn>\idi>d  with   a  tiilx'  and  n  iiiotnl 
diaphnatnn  in  aaid   tnlie.  the  diaphragm   iMiiiic  n|MTateil   \<\  a  ool 
umn  of  air  to  oficii  or  cIonc  an  elwtric  circuit,  in  which  cirenil  ix 
an  electnvinagiRit  couln>lliiig»n  artiuiturt-iever  and  aatety-rtutcb, 
on  d<!a<'rilKid. 

4.    All  eleviiti>r-<yir  the  downward  inoveiucnl  of  w  liii  li  ix  eon 
tn>ll(«l  by  a  column  of  air  |muuiiii;;  thmugh  a  tulx'  and  |H'rforat<Hl 
diaphragm,  aaid  diajihra^m  Ix-iiiu  i»  an  electric  cin  uit,  with  an 
eloctni-niagnct  ojierating  a  aafety-elutcli,  ax  dewriUMl 
I  ,').    Ill   an   elevator    pnivideil  with    a   generator  of  eli»elrieily, 

I  the  (Mimbination,  with  a  tulie  t<>  r»t.'<>ive  a  cidiinin  of  air  and  hat 
j  ing  a  ein  nit  chuwr  or  breaker  in  aaid  tuU',  of  an   ehitro-mairnet 
!  and    lever-annaturp,   the   aminture  »HitniIliug   a   x;ifet>    cam    or 
!  clutch,  an  dtwcrilied. 

6.  In  an  elevator  provided  with  a  |reDerat4>r  of  eWytncity, 
:  the  ooiiihinatioii,  with  an  air-nteeiving  tube  and  |><-rfortite<1  dia- 
plimgui,  of  tho  metallic  cMiintK  tionx  H  (i,  whereby  the  elcK-tne 
I  circuit  kuuliiig  U>  an  clivtro-uiogiiet  eontndling  a  aiifoti -<  liitch  ia 
I  opoiKHl  or  cloHvd  by  aaid  diaphragm,  aa  deacribed. 
'  7.    lu  an  oievator,  the  combination  of  the  air  nienin;;   tube 

!  K,  diaphragm   I,  and  mcbillie  ooiinectionx  H  (i  willi  tin  eli^tni 
I  generator.  ,ia  dencrilieil. 

'  H.- Ill  an  ok'votitr,  the  i-oiiibination  of  the  tiir  re  <  nine   tiil>e 

I  K,  dia|>hmgm  I,  eoiiiiiictioiia  II  (1.  taittery  1).  and  clef-lro-iiiagnel 
!  .(  Willi  the  ariiiatiire  levur  K,  ax  dofX  riUil 

!l.  In  an  elevator,  the  i^iinlimiitioii.  with  the  an  rwin  ing 
IuIh'  F',  diaphriigin  I,  iinimi  tinn<i  ||  (i.  IhiIIiin  il  lieelm  iimg- 
liet  .1.  ami  ariiiature-tc\cr  K,  ul  tile  kier  N  aini  xatety  cliili  1.  1', 
ax  dcai  1 1 1 "  I ! 


.14 


OFFICIAL    CAZF.TTF. 


July  6,    1880. 


220,660.       8T0CI     CAR.       FilomcK    W      BICKIH.    WI«oi», 


liii       FU«4   F9b.  tt.  1110. 


C'ltiim.  —  1.  llip  r!ir-li««lv  A,  prtiviJcil  with  iilatfiinii*  H,  aiiil 
B|»|wr  niiU'  U-aiitn.  ('.  with  imtchtw  1),  f>ir  tlic  ruc«'iiti<m  of  Txtd»  K, 
arntiiKittl  am  m-t  forth. 

i  Tho  (■■■iiiliiniilioii.  ill  It  caltlc-cnr,  of  Uic  r<>tU  K.  whwlx  L, 
aii<l  I'hiiinn  M,  huviiii;  liiHikii.  with  thr  chuiiiK  K,  l>iiiiitK<i.  linmc 
hiHiku  II,  mill  f.iHl  hiMikii  {.  iinl«U»iiti)tll«  UHNhnwii  nixl  i<|m-<  iticit. 

220,660.     CAR    CODPLINe       CHtgLis  J    Bill.  Ckicti^o    \i\ 
Filiid    l*r    iO    18»8       (No  Bodd   ) 


l>>  iiri-wiit  Ixith  i-ikU  itf  ciu'h  of  th«'  hIuIw  or  l>laiik»  which  it  cwrritv 
i>iiiiiilUiiit'oii"l>   to  iIk'  iihniiliii;;  .-utioii  of  tht-  (IriiiiiK. 

'i.  Thi  roiiiKiiiatioii  of  ihr  two  rtilmiiiir-ilriiiiis  mikI  the  uimI- 
UvK  t-.irrii  r  Im  It  oi  rliiiin  |kiM<iii|;  iHltotii  Miiil  (Iriniiii  in  :>  i;r.ula- 
iill\  imrro«iiii:  ]>;ith.  i«ul>i«liiiiliiill>  an  iiiiil  for  thv  |iuqiiiM«  hcruin- 
btrfon'  iM't  fortli 

3.  Thf  loiuliiiiMlioii  of  ihi>  l«o  n'ilii<'iii(.'-<lriliiii<  uikI  tlic  iil- 
<'liii<'<l  ciitllfHM  ctirriir  lu-lt  or  i  huiii  iMKHiiii;  lictwii'ii  Mii<)  ilriiiiiH, 
(how  |«!irti<  hfiiiu  iiri-aii;:<'<l  ril;iri\cl,»  to  our  another  for  joint  o|«-r- 
utioii.  siilMtuiiliiill .  .if  lii'r('iiilM>for«'  wt  forth. 

i.  Thi'  I  oiiihiiiatioM.  iiulMtaiitii4li\  Hf  lii'n-iiilH'forc  M't  f<irtTi, 
of  Ihi'  n'^iuiim;  iliuiii".  ihf  riidh-iw  iHrrnr  Im'Ii  or  (.liiiin,  the 
|ir<i«>u'i  lutr  or  U'ir«.  .mil  thi-  ImhI  or  Istr  for  u|iliohliuL;  th<-  ihaiti 
ai,'HiiiKt  thi    iirfMmi   liai-H 

.")  Thi'  (■oiiihiiiiilioii.  iiiilMtiintiikllv  an  iMrcinlM'forc  wt  forth, 
of  tin-  rioliKiiid-ilrmim,  the  •iiilhfui  nirriir  l«lt  or  chain,  ami  tho 
1io|i|MT  :irr.ink.'<^l  ;im<1  :vht|it4'<|  to  ildivor  liic  hI.iIm  or  lilanki«  one  hy 
oMO  to  tlic  Willi  liirric! 

I)  I'hc  i'oiiiIhii.iiioii.  •tl|lwlltlltlllll^  :iH  licn'iiilM.'for<'  M't  forth, 
of  'III-  niliiciii;:  ilrniiii*.  the  cmlhiw  carrier  licit  or  cliAin,  the  ho|»- 
[M  r    till-  piiHucr  l>:ir  or  luirn,  anil  the  n|ihoh|in^-lM<tl. 

7  III  t'onilnniition  with  the  cikIIiiw  C4»rricr  Ix'lt  or  rhitin.  tho 
ri'iliuinji  drunns  itiljiiitl:il>h'  to  ninl  from  our  another  to  vari  the 
iliHlancc  l)ctwitii  thcui,  i>ia»<taiitmll,\  ii.-<  iiinl  for  tli«  |mr|i«»He»  hvru- 
iiilNiorc  iHt  forth 

229,662.  FARE  REOISTRR  JoHK  B  BlUTOs.  Nf»  Tnrk. 
iim^Dor  to  the  Rtilvtr  RcK>*t*r  Hioirtet irlig  Coayaij, 
Biff»lo     N     T        FiUd   Feb    12    187» 


Clinm. — 1.  The  coiiilniiHtion  of  the  niilw:i\-<nr  il raw  head « 
H  H,  the  c«m|iler»  ('  (',  hininir  thero<in  the  donlile-hoiiile<l  liook.'« 
K  K,  itnd  the  eam  (i  <l,encli  coiipler  liaviin;  therein  the  n-ef^tw  V, 
armnired  to  n'«eivp  the  li<ail  of  the  enirncini,'-coiii>lln8,  the  conji- 
lin|{-l)<)llii  H  H,  for  c<inii*><  tiin:  the  coii|iler><  vihnttivi'ly  to  the  for 
wartl  end^  of  the  draw  -  henil*,  .mil  nieMlw  for  dim-inPMrinC  the 
Mid  lii»ik«,  luliKtHntiall)  *k  .liid  for  the  |>uq>f»uw  »ti««t'itii<d. 

2.   Tl iiiihinatioM  «f  the  railway-onr  dniw-lipalx  B  H,  the 

cou|iterN  ('  (',  haviiii,'  ther(<on  tlip  (toiil>l«»-li(HMle<l  ho«>kit  K  K,  and 
the  wim  (I  (i,  ett.  h  eoiipler  liuvin({  llioreiii  a  n««»,  F,  to  rflOMve 
Ui«  Ill-ad  of  the  oii|>oi(ite  eoiinlHr.  and  onitaininc  the  upt>ninK*  <• 
iiiul  (• ,  the  i'4iu|ilini;-tioltJ«  H  H,  the  ehainn  I  1,  and  cnrnk-lovem 
.1  ./,  all  amiiitfod  and  oin'nitini;  mitnitantially  ai>  and  for  the  pur- 
|iiiM«  ii|>e<'ilied. 

220,661.      lACHINK   FOR   TRIIKItie   THI   ENDS  UF   LEAD 
PENCILS       Hiair    C    Bimoii.  N<v  7ork    N     T      liaiKaar   to 
Jo>«)ik  Ritktailarrer    itae  pU«c       Filed  Uij  It    ISIO       (No 
■  •del   I 


t'iawk — 1.  The  com bi nation,  Nahsutntially  iw  liert'inlwfor*'  wl 
forth,  in  a  f»re-rM4;iitt*r,  of  iiimhaniHui  for  |>«!rniaiiently  n-fn^terint 
mw'h  fan-  a«  oullm-twl.  iiiwhaniMiii  for  indicatiiiK  the  fan*  colliMtiil 
on  )!a<'h  trip,  alartii  intMhanmni,  ai;d  an  a<-taator,  slide,  or  piiwh 
har  pnjvided  with  pivoU'd  iipriiit;-a<-tiiutini;  |i«<vli«,  one  for  ejo  h 
r«i^iat«rinK  mwhaiiinin  and  for  the  alarm  nmhaniMni 

'i.  The  lyiinliinatlon,  mjhatAntially  ah  hereinltvfore  wt  forth. 
of  [lennanent  or  continaoua  rt>(ci«terinK  inwhaninin.  tenn)or«r\  or 
(rip  reifiittorinf;  nnx-haniHin.  alarm  nimdmnuni,  an  lu-tiiator,  nlidc, 
or  push  )mr  pruvided  with  pivoted  aprin);-actaatin)(  |ww  U.  oiH-eath 
for  the  rnciHtonne  into  lianiHiiiN  and  for  the  aUnn.  and  nKvlianiKiii 
for  r«Ki»t«rinK  eacdi  time  the  tripreif  inter  in  hronitht  to  wro  or  the 
starting.'  |>oi II I 


229.663       .SCALE  BKAB        Ciiil.    H     BiDwiLL     Bufftli)     N     T  , 
isf.Kaor  10    tka    Bifrtlo    Hrtia    CoBpair    i»Bc    plao       Filed 


Jim    ii    I H4U 


I 'la*m  — The  itaiiile  i>«aiii  A.  Kluiiifaliil  Ih'MiiiiI  and  e<tendint! 
tliron;;h  the  tni;  hK>p,  foniiini;  a  loii^Uiidinal  e<iuiit«r|Miia<-,  .\  , 
and  III  iHiiiil'iiiHtioii  with  ,t  |hiii«'  hohliiii;  arm  M*t  oxactly  op|MKite 
tliereUi,  liHviiit;  a  |>.ii«'  or  aerutt  of  |Hiiw«  ititTereiitly  weitfliti^l 
ihenoiii   to  xlide  oil  and  '>tf  xaid  arm  .V  .  Kiiliatautially  aa  and  for 

tin      {ilirjMMe    H|M1'llic<| 

229,664        WATER  COOLER        Gioioi    Boot*.    PklUdtlpkla. 

Ft        Filed   l>r     11     !!)»I0        (No  Bodel    > 


m'l  forth,  of 
or  ciMiii  I 


-1.  The  «iim  hi  nation,  anlwtantiany  ««  hen-inliofoni 
the  two  rc«lucini;-druuia  and  the  einUeaa  cumer  Iwit 
ini{  l>«l\ri'<>n  aaid  drnni«  and  arntnmHl  and  oin-ratinir 


rTrtiai.— The  conihiiialioii,  witli   the  iH-ade*!  cylinder  or  well 
A,  haMiij;  the  coni^vo  i-onM-x  UitUMii  f^  of  the  •hwt-nieUl  nhell 


July  6,    i88o. 


r 


PATENT  OFFICF. 


II,  aeiinnni  and  lunt  iner  the  ivlimlcr  Uiul,  and  tin    ronoidal  <-«n 
li-alh    depnswtnl  kIicII   iHitloni   ('.  hii^taininj:   the  lUindcr   A,  A" 
.'^howii  and  doixriU'd 


220,669 


229,665.      CDRTAIN    FIXTURE        Hmiit    Bosi,    Jopln.   lo. 

a.Mgior  of    on    hair    of    hi.   nitlit    to  W     H    Gergerit.  •»•• 

place        Filed    »i7   13.    1«80       (No  Model    ' 
/Vrir/.— .\  HwlnKinj:  croai.   lutr  or    nnl    ik  jounmlwl  ni».n    the 
eiidH  of  the  roller*— one   at   the   top  and  one  at  the  l»>tt4.iii  of  the  | 
rnrUiin.      The  ndlcr  w  cui'l^'  1>.»  """l""  *'"*"''  ''»'<''''<1  "I'  ''"'  "'''<*  j   220,670. 
of  the  window-fraine  and  are  wound  once  around  the  ndler.  |         iijjtor  tr 


'^^ 


CLAUP 
Juht   W 


1 


I  No  BLdel   ) 


Itiaore    Id      te 
led  Jiie  t.ltte. 


f7«tfl».  — 1.  In  i><>niliinatioii  with  the  roller  of  a  curtitin,  tin 
HwiiiKinir  croaa  Imr  or  pkI  H  and  conmytinK  win*  I,  with  a  cord 
lor  rai»in«  and  hiwenn«  the  roller  in  the  j:iiulin(j;-ronli<  t),  *ul.- 
Ktantially  an  Mhown  and  d.i«nl>e<l  j  220,671 

•2.   The  conihination  of  a  curtain   haMii»r  a  roller  Bttaeli<«l   to 
ca<h  end,  the  (Oiidini;  cords  ().  for  the   roller*  to  iiio^e  n(«.n,  the  | 
.Hiiiinn({  C11WS  nxln  or  l»ir»   H.  and  conne<tin2  win-*.    I  with    the 
.oiilj.  1)  K/  N.  Hiihutaillialh   ai-  «t  forth. 


t'iutm. — 1  .V  link  the  Ixaly  of  whieh  in  pnividnd  with  eml 
iHainnpi  fomie*!.  in  |"an,  of  two  aniiii  whooc  free  eiwia  an-  hound 
U>  the  luxly  of  the  link  ^I.^  a  elainpinit  devi«i.  labHtAntially  a* 
hereiiilx'fore  w<t  forth. 

2.  The  S'lliik  with  end  lioHrinfo>.  >■>  roinhinatKili  with  the 
damping  devie^',  KiilwtantiHlly  an  hereinbefor*'  aet  forth. 


220,666.       WRINGER        Ro«»    C     Baowiiiitt     Ornge.    N 
Filed  Apr    X3.18fi(>       INotfodel.) 


RAILWAY  SWITCH      JoBiB    CllIT.  Boitei.  laei 
Filed  Itr  '    1880       (No  aedel  > 
Hnff. — The  imint  of  thf  aprin*;  twiteh-rail  PxtMidii  forward 
of  the  pivot   of  the  aetnatinp-li-ver  aptinat  which  it  hearn  and 
which  liniitK  il»  motion.     The  lever  i»  actniUtxi  b>  the  aidt  dmfT 
•  >(    the  front  ear  v.  lii-el  flange.  ^j^ 


t'hiim. — Tlie  chithe»-w  rii»|rer  dtwrilKnl,  lia»  inc  the  uprintfa  M 
and  .1.  with  their  i-on\exity  iMi  the  npia-r  aide,  and  the  »prin(f  (1, 
with  a  con\exit.\  on  the  under  aide  benrini;  n);ainat  the  o<invex 
aide  of  the  aprinir  .1,  couibiiieJ  with  each  other  and  with  the  n»lU 
H  ('  and  adjusting  meaiia  n|H>u  each  end  of  the  n|>iM'r  sprinc,  auh- 
atantiall^  a*  wt  forth. 

220.667.  PR0CE88    FOB   THI    lAKDFACTCRE    OF    CAKDT 
CuKLii  e    Bioaaii.  Detrait.  Ilek.     Filed  Aix    IS    18:i 

('iota*.  — 1  A  i-Hiuly  coiiiiKwed  of  '  iijtar,  (rrmpe-anirar,  and  celu 
tine,  in  the  pn>|x>niona  aolwtantially  a»  aet  forth 

2.  The  (micrtia  of  making  candy  eonipoaed  of  migar,  Kra)>e- 
mipir,  and  gelatine,  eoiutiating  in  boiling  the  nugar  and  gra|K'- 
KUgar  t4i|fethpr  with  water,  adding,  when  th«-  wiine  are  i-<K»ked,  the 
1,1'lHliiie  diNM)he<l  in  water,  and  mixini;  the  g^latinoni'  aolution 
with  the  other  iii(nT<lienl!«  without  fnrtlier  cooking,  »ul»<t»ntially 
iw  dew  rilnxl. 

220.668.  FANNING  MILL       OioxoE  Baooin    Detroit    Huh 
lailltior  of   two  tklrda  of  ki«   ri|thl    lo    Frank    C    Kiii    »»»f 


f'JAiaa. —  In  con  I  hi  nation  with  the  main  raiU  I>  I>  .  tuntont 
raiU  K  K  ,  and  piM>ted  tiniffue  ('.  the  pi\ol(xl  lever  ,1,  arrangnl 
in  relation  lo  the  Uingoe  as  dfWcriUMl — tlial  la.  with  the  fn'<-  end 
of  the  tongue  lap|»ed  aK»iiMt  the  outer  edge  of  the  lever  lo  a  jxnnl 
ainiiewhat  oataide  of  or  in  advaiK^'  of  the  pivot  of  the  lever— 
whorehy  aoch  lever  not  ooly  0|ieniU»  to  actuate  the  lonirue,  hut 
to  nniatitDte  a  atop  to  t'uc  inwani.iniiveiiK-nt  of  ancli  tongue,  mil" 
Ktantialiv  a<  de<icrilte<l. 


220,672.  TELBeRAPHIC  SWITCH  BOARD  CitiLta  E 
Cbihoci.  Brookljl,  N  T  .  aaaigior  lo  tke  Ckiiiork  Eler 
trie   CoBptijr       FlUl   laj  1 1,  1  810       (No  ■odal   > 


c 


iiimiiviu.i' 


1 


pUee       Filed    Jil 


1871 


4 '  __„,____ ua 

J I  1  ■  :  •  J I  -aj  u.'  UJ  LU  'JJ  'OJ  LU  JJ 
CUiim.  —  In  a  iw  it4'b-tM«rd,  the  ivniihination  of  a  aerio*  of  (lar 
allcl  metallic  rodn,  plate«,  or  bar*  provided  with  holeo  or  rtH-exmt*. 
a  m-riea  of  tIexibU-  atri|M(.  nnia.  or  wire*  extending  Iranavcrwlv  to 
the  aanie.  aud  nietallic  jdngn  ca[aable  of  N'Mig  inaerWxi  in  the  1iole« 
or  n'«-«)i««'»«  of  the  naU.  plat4i«.  or  ham.  and  inipingiiig  agaiiwit  tin- 
Huid  ttexihle  ■trum.  rod«,  or  »irt»,  hul>HlJ»nllall^  ai>  «|«e<ilied 


220,673.      WRENCH        Loiiin    Coir   Worreiter     lata 
liT   17.   1880       (No  Bodel    > 


filii 


Clntn^ — The  iMHiibination,  in  fanning  niilln,  of  the  shix-  V. 
having  the  channeU  »  fi.  with  a  ciKwa-lxMird  having  the  inner  fi»c« 
of  ita  fnml  Wr  inclineKi  and  pi-ovid«'<i  with  the  wnH'nx  H  am 
opening  n  and  »e«l  Ixxird  H  ,  with  opix»iiU-l.»  incline*!  gullcm  m. 
all  oiiiatmcU'4.  arranged,  and  ojwraled  unWlantially  tw  dt»<nUxl. 


220,660.  SIPARATINO  6RAPHITE  FROM  FOREIGN  lAT 
TER.  Huoii  Bbiohi.  Royer  a  Ford  Pi  Flied  Sept  1  18:» 
f7«»«i.— The  pnx'W*  dewnlx^l  of  aeiamHing  graphite  from 
gniphil<^b«wring  mineral,  the  aaid  pnxeax  eonxixling  in  hrxl  Hal 
t«'ning  the  particW*  of  graphite  liimultaiKxiuMly  with  the  pulveri/ 
iiig  of  tlie  foreign  mineral,  and  then  »ulij<-<  tin;;  Ixilli  to  a  Rifling 
o|M'rali<Hi.  all  aiilistMntuiilv  an  wt  forth. 


Ciittm. — 1.  The  haildle-fmine  K.  provided  with  ertwa  pn 
H  and  cUiW'-iilling  (^oiK'avixl  lidcw  t  t.  in  <  oiubiimtion  witi 
liar  .V,  having  the  n-«hK-<'«l  ahank  A  ,  with  roiind<xi  e<li.i'!.  <i 
ahouldem  b.  and  o|x>ning  /,  and  the  hx  kiiii;  key  I.  arranco.1  :u« 
forth. 

2.   The  coiiihinatioll,  with  tin    Iwr  ,\,  ot  the  w  ilhiii  iii-~  ri 


tlo 


1m. i 


;^> 


OKFICIAI.    (]azi:tte. 


July  6,    1880. 


liaiiJlf.  .<.ui|»ii»xl  of  tlie  iiieUlli.-  wiieral  frame,  K,  liHMn«  .hw.. 
titU^l  ^uliK  f  e.  with  cni«-l>»ni  H.  i»««un,«i  l-i  tin-  tiiir -tliaiik  l«v  th.- 
Iixklliz  WfV  I.  iimI  I1i«  wi-oi  "ifJ"!  pUUw,  K,  (illol  to  *ilil  Oiini: 
for  iiirltnuna  ««'l  key,  ami  >i«-<nr.Ml  by  tin  nniii.kr  .•nj  wuils,  w, 
,iiui  «:r«-w»  K,  an  »h«i»M  mul  ili«iTilK-<l. 

220,674.      i>ORTABLK    RAILWAY       MatbahW    Con  bict.  Jr.. 

Jj'ri.y  Cuy.   N    J        yiUd  ■»/  20.  1  880        i  iio  modW  ) 

ll,;rl'  —  \    oniiiliiiif   for  ;i   [KirlaMf    r.iil«,i.v,    '  ii>     |xirli.>ii   of 

\v!ii>li  I"  roimlructrtl  fur  |>.-riiiiiii<mt  ;itt:Mlim.  ut  m  lli.-  i-.iil.  whili- 

Um)  ciIIhi-  |»irlioii  hux  n*  »iUf  iiia»U>  c>iit»:inll\   ll.iniiu   iml    il«  ••ml 

Ih'mUmI    ■*.)  .i>   I.I   rpailil*   r('<«>iM!  llic  i^ikI  ui  tlic  lail  i»l'  t)io  W\\ 

> 

■Hitioii  ;  '  -  ■  - 


229.677, 


CliitiH — 1.  Ill  a  iMirti'.Ulo  Riiiway,  ;i  •<Ihk'.  U,  ivttiu  Iii'<I  I"  im.- 
wt'tloii,  anil  li.-.x  iiii:  '\lK  iirojoctiii;;  •■■lul  lx;vilnl  for  hkimn  in:;  a  riil 
of  till'  luljoiiiiiii.'  inx'tion,  i>iiiMt,iiitiHlly  in  tli«  iiiiiiiinr  tiiiu  rilxil. 

2.  A  r-.iil  I  <iii|iliii:.'  .■iIhx-  in  winch  a  Uvkn  «.  m  ionil>iiic<l  nilh 
»  Hiinn:;  H,in;."i  ,  h,  '»  \i|i-i)  or  i  iii  .i\v:n,  all  ^i"  -I  lorlli 


229. 87H       PAFgS    FAIL        Fr»ii, 
F';«a   «tr.  4,  1880        '  Model   ) 


:  I    .N     Davis.    B  e  I  d  i  I .    W  i » 


229,875.     OSCILLATIHe    PRIWTIK6  PRESS 
•i!.L     Bnotljt.  H    Y     »««inHor   to  Tkomi^ 
pUct       rilad  Itr   t,  1880       (Ifodti.J 


KD«!.'<    H 
F ,)  r  t  B  ft  1 1 


C  0  » 


rirtia*.— 1.  The  minbliMti^m  of  [ilaUsn  ,V,  bed  V  .  wiu«  f  r. 
tuir  ().  to»jKlo  iirmn  H  I,  tlio  Utter  havinc  Kuide  m-,  bar  d.  li»vinL' 
rollrr  »,  pitiiian  (i,  (Tank-«h*ft  B,  near-wboel  D.  \nuiim  <",  driv 
intt  •haft  K,  »iul  frame  A,  labatontially  aa  dwM^ribotl. 

2  The  cnuibination  of  pUt(<n  N,  ariu*  7  r,  b*r  (),  tojiu'lp-aniis 
H  1,  the  latt«r  having  (fuldc  m,  liar  d,  hariii);  poller  a,  and  t>p«>nil- 
int!  nux-lianiini,  itulmtantially  aa  dow.-ril>e<1. 

X  Tli«  foinbination  of  a  plaUm,  a  toRRle  ji)int  ono  ami  of 
which  ha«  a  Kui«}«^,  nubotantiaJly  ax  described,  a  beannf  for  the 
Buiilf.  and  int«-nii«l\ate  and  o|»;n»tin){  iiictliaiiisni.  siiiwtjntiall v 
HA  iii>i«rilx-<i, 

229.676.  ROLLED  FOIL  WRAPPJR  Hi»  it  8  Csooti,  N«w 
York.  N    Y       Piltd  0«t    t».   1877 

CUttm.  —  \.  An  a  new  article  of  luaiiufactun-,  the  «  rafiiwrs  of 
rr'lled  tin  foil  having  a  dead  or  whit«ne»l  jnirfacc,  suh«Unti;illy  iw 
herein  ilewrihwl. 

•1.  Ax  ft  new  article  of  inanafaeturo,  the  wr»i>|«r»  of  roll.»l 
tin  foil  havinR  a  dead  or  whitenrid  xnrfaoe  and  printe.!,  xulwtuii- 
tiallv  a«  herain  dewribcd. 

.1.  The  iinprovenwnt  in  the  art  of  inakins  ineUllic  foil  wrap- 
per* nrnxijitinK  of  the  fotlowinK  oiwmtion,  tiz:  the  milium  of  tho 
tin  foil  out  of  the  )nK"i,  the  deadHnirfaciiitf  or  whitening  of  lhi> 
nill.'d  foil,  and  the  auhneqoont  printing  of  the  de4id  siirfarc,  xub- 
HUiitially  aa  beforw  mst  forth. 

229,677.      ART  or  lAlUa  ORMAMRMTAL  IRTALLIC  FOIL 
HiikT  9    C««»Ki  »i*  Liwn  Ct»«»l.  Hew  York.  N    Y       Fii«* 

Ayr    h.  ISIO.     (Ho  andol  ) 

(^'iaiao.— 1.  Tlie  imiiroTenient  in  the  art  of  iimnufartoriiic 
ornaiiienUl  lucUUic  foil  conaiating,  •ubnUntially  ax  before  »<t 
forth,  of  the  emboaing  of  the  foil  with  the  aid.  in  the  nuuiner 
•ulwUntially  m  deacribed,  of  a  liquid. 

2.  The  in>pr»>venK»t  in  the  art  of  luannfaitDring  pnnUxl  im- 
tallir  foil  cxmaiating,  MihrtiMitially  aa  befk»n>  xct  forth,  of  the  print 
ing  of  the  foil  an]  the  inhMqncnt  einUwing  of  it  with  the  ai<l.  in 
the  manner  auhatantiallj  aa  dew  ri bed,  of  a  liquid. 

.1  Tlie  coinbinalion,  irab«t»ntiall>  ax  Uforc  «.t  forth,  "f  the 
iMiih.»«xini,'-r«ller.  the  .-onntrr  ndkr.  iiitd  the  iiiiiuit.  of  Mjppljiiig 
iii|iii<l  to  llu  ■•iiid  loiiiiter  rollir 


lUnm — 1  .\  pii|>er  [Mtil  the  [loros  ol  »liirli  :ire  tilhil  willi 
vuIchiiiwhI  water  pnxil  ninterial  coiiiixiwil  of  11  hiiIit  nixll'  lit  .ml 
niilphur.  xutixl.'tiitialli   :i.'>  ili's< tiImkI. 

i  .\  piijHT  |>ail  llii  IhmIv  of  »lii<li  ix  i-<iiii|Hi«ed  of  l.iycr'<  of 
|m|M<r  Hiiil  \hhh1  xeiKxrifig,  liiul  ix  iiii[>i-egiiiited  with  vniiiiiii/j'it 
WHterpriMitiiiK  <'oiii|hihiIioii  contiixtiiii,'  of  a  water-re|K'llciit  and  sul- 
phur, xulwiaiiliaily  »x  x<-l  forth 

,'t.  The  pm^-exa  of  walerpnxiling  pftpvr  ptiilx,  eonxixting  in  iiii- 
,  preuiiHiiiit:  llir  |Hire?<  of  tiie  material  with  n  li({ni<l  mixture  of  oil 
I  ami  xulphiir  iind  altcrunnl  \  ul(-niii/.itig  th<'  i;niiix  of  the  oil  within 
j  the  iK.nw  li\  ^iilij.-eunt;  the  Mitiinitcxl  {>aii  to  a  high  degree  of  iient, 
!  xiilwtanliallv  »x  «  t  lorth 


229,679       CAR    COUPLING       CilA«.  Dt«auD«  aiil  titmni  W 
Cmiioii.  DkiTiUe    111       Pll«4  Dot.  t.   1871. 


'  laim.  —  In  a  iar-<  oupling,  the  M(ii|bin»tion  of  the  draw -head 
liaviiiv'  1'-*  interior  nppro.xiiiiiitely  )tear-aiiap<Ml.  of  llie  pnoted 
t'i-.i\  iti  .  il<  h  liaMiiB  a  sliouldflr  aila|it<^  U>  re«-ei\e  the  ef.d  of  the 
link,  .uh!  'f  the  liftinif  ntd  whereby  Raid  aitefa  and  link  liia\  lie 
held  111  am   reijuired  ]HWition,  ax  xet  forth 

229,680  SPONftg  MOISTJHIR  JiHii  J  Dor li.  Nf  w  York, 
n  T  >iil)tBor  10  tko  PklBor  3poil(i  Moliloniai;  Coaptiy. 
94B<i  pUi^d       FlUd  Haj  4.   ISIO       (Nomoitl.) 


:  f  iaiji.— The  (-(nnbinatiim  of  «  !>i«nige-cup,  A,  having  theo|)eii 

month  r  and  a  wwket,   .\  ,  coniie<-te<l  with  tho  eup  liv  uii  o|MMiing 

'  or  mcrmi,  rf,  ami  a  waU-r-reaervoir,  B,  having  a  l>nx»-  riiii,  n.  and 
diiicharire-«(Miut  »,  fitting  into  the  aockct  A  ,  aalwtanliully  ax  and 

for  the  inirjMwe  net  fortli 

I  229.681      WATCH  CASE   BOW      Joif  C    Doiiit,  Hewforl    Ky. 

FlUd  Apr    2«     !M0        <  No  aodol  ) 
(hum        I     A  |himI;iiiI  lx>»  forxaleh  eiVM-x,  hav  in::.  a«  »«i><l- 
I  i;n:inK.  -"piir*    pnijit  tiiii;    from    o|n>.«»ii.     -ide»  wliollt    within    the 
1  iilaiie  •■f  till    Itiiw.  •nti«t.infiall\  .1-  --I  foi-lli 


Jllv  6,   1880. 


U.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE 


229,681. 


2.  A  i>eiidant-bow  for  wat^di-cam*,  provid<>d  with  iwivel- 
gnanlx  punrlitxl  fnnii  a  tingl<>  piMt- of  meial,  luliataittiallv  ax  and 
for  tin-  iMiqxme  xiK>fiticd.  ] 

229.682.  DAI  AND  LOCI.  Joii  Du  B*ii.  WillUa«rort.  Pa. 
FiUd  Fob.  10.  1879. 
liritf. — The  rixiiig  mid  fulling  of  the  flexible  gnl<w  ix  enn- 
tri'lle*!  Iiy  the  adniixKion  iind  dixehnrge  of  wafer  iiiid<ir  tli<-iii. 
KikI  irat«"x,  together  with  the  l>ox  eliara<-ter  of  the  l<K'k,  enable  it 
to  Im-  built  on  hind  and  fliuttyl  into  iind  aunk  ill  (xiaitlon,  The 
daiii  ix  eonxtrneted  and  plare<l  by  a  like  ini>tbo<l.  The  Imvex  of 
the  dam  rix<>  and  fall  niitiiinatically  by  the  regnlation  of  the  «tnt4'r 
Ix'iieath  tin'iii  by  a  tloiil  iiio-hantxm.  Tr.vn»»orx<i  >ertie4il  iroiix 
ii|niii  the  lH>llom  eiialilc  the  xtrnetlin-  to  hold  fiixt  t-i  ilxWi^at  on  the 
i.'roiiiid  and  pn'M'iit  elijiiiieliiig  under  (hem  ami  iimleriuiiiiiig  by 
till    ualer 


12.    Ilia  Iki.«'  or  (oiind.ttioii    loi  .1  mi.  .tml   I<h  !>.    ili,   <  citnl.j 
|l:ttioil  of  the  Hoorill!;,  the  tiliiU  r«  llienon,  ai.d  the    l>..ll-  li.i\  111:; 
ridhirx  iH'fwi'en  llie  tlixir  and  tin-  liiiilxr».  h«  xhow  n 


229,683.    COFFIN  handle 

a>!i|;iior    tc    H>iry   E     TavU 


(ill)     f     F  *  T  0  »     B  r  0  (/  k  :  y  s     K     I '  . 
r,   l»>w   Vorli,   N     Y         Kiir't    Apr 


10.   1880       (Bodoi  ) 


.  PLy 


M 


J 


V/ 


iiitm — .\  rnttiii  liamlle  «  how  arm  at  il^  iiiih  tioii  «iili  the 
plate  IX  a  rinle  narrower  at  the  lower  than  at  the  up|N-i  |H>rti«n. 
and  ix  pro\  ide<l  with  xhouhlei-H  to  engage  with  xhonhlerx  on  the 
arm  philo,  Mliieli  h:i»  a  cmillar  gnxne  in  llu-  nntei  of  tin  b.uk, 
ax  xhown  and  dtwi  rilwid. 


I  229.684.     CONE  ATTACHIIST  FOR  STOVES      Ja«    H    Ec.ii, 
St    JokiiVilU.  N    Y       Filfd    Apr     17     IgSO       (NoBodel.; 


A 

._J 

-^A 

<  liiim.~\.  1  he  lier<  ill  dex  ril«i!  ioellioil  of  <  onxl  niel  iiig 
ritei  liK  k'l  »  itlioiii  \wirKMi:.'  Im'Io\>  vtalir.  1  oiiNixtinu  in  buihlitik; 
ii|H>ii  land  a  HiKitable  winmIiii  MriK  lun- eiiilinu  ing  4  Ixittoni.  main 
gati-'i,  tltiniie.,  and  Hiiine-irateti,  xiile  ualU  of  a  heiijlit  greater  lliaii 
till'  depth  of  the  water  where  the  xtrnctnn"  ix  to  Ix  IjHatt^l,  and 
nil  aiis,  Milwtwntialli  xiieli  .m  dexi-rilied.  for  t<'in|xirarijy  exelnding 
ihe  w.iter.  and  then  latim  hint'  the  xinietiire  .iml  floating  it  o\er 
till    (loMiioti  xehxlwl   for  11.  and  tiiiallv  .sinknig  it  dimtetly  to  itn 

pl.Ke. 

'1  \  fliKitithh'  hx'k  I  oM-triie)i..!  of  tiiiilier,  ax  di-«<ril«eil  and 
.>.h"iwii.  with  I  eU^  lo  ii'ii  iM'  stone  or  InilhtMt  ami  »ith  (  le<  ali^i 
wall.s  ami  end  uiitex.  whenln  it  it  adapted  to  lioat  t^i  itx  |>laee 
when  eoiiipl<*t4.Hl  U>  a  hei;;lit  cr>'af<'r  than  the  di<)>lli  of  the  water 
ill  (vlii<  li  it  ix  to  Im<  uxeil.  ami  lutuled  with  the  liall.ixt. 

.'t  .A  tloaUibW  dam  or  hx'k  pnivid""*!  with  thin  vertitail  aiigle- 
iroim  or  mud  sillx  exiiiidiiiu  tniiisverwiv  tunaix  the  mider  xnle,  aa 
hliown  and  diwrilx-d. 

4.  .V  tloatuhio  dam  or  liM-k  lia>  iiiu  ;U  itx  ttoltoni  tranx\er'«e 
di'|N'iidiiig  xharp-mlgi'd  in>tix  or  rilw  adapt«>d  to  cut  their  own  way 
into  and  taki*  a  tirm  Indd  in  the  Ix-d  ol    th<'  xlnani. 

.'1.  The  e<imbinat'oii  of  a  joiitted  or  flexitde  diiH  or  hx  k  irale 
adapted  |o  riae  hiiiI  fall  Ix-iienth  the  water,  a  chaiiilMr  or  p.'tx.<<:ige 
iK'He^ith  Ihe  gate  to  iidmit  water  tor  elevatill!;  'lie  xaiiie.  a  xeefiiid 
ary  cate  eoninxtin):  witli  K.aiil  eh  inilHr  ami  eoiilrollin^  the  ex<'a|N> 
o(  »al<-r  therefrom  Ulow  the  ffiife.  and  n  float  lixatinl  alx»e  the 
d.iiii  and  arraniriMl  to  ojurate  the  w-^'oml  gate. 

i>  In  eiimbinatioii  with  a  jointed  ilaiii.  I!,  nnd  tUe  water  (ki." 
x.«;,'e  thereunder,  the  |>i\oteil  i.'iite  q  .  having  oiiii'Mi  1  .  ami  the  float 
hxatt^d  alxive  the  dam  and  prtM  ideil  with  tll<'  mi  k  Inir  aetinu 
ii|MMi  the  |Hnioii. 

7.  In  a  hinged  dam  or  water-irale,  a  watertiehl  hinge  eiHixixt- 
im;  of  a  wriox  of  eyelxdtx  appii<'<l  t^i  the  jiurfue*-*  to  Ix'  i'<iiine<'le<l 
and  a  e4iiitiuuoax  ro«l,  rf,  inaerted  thromrh  Ihe  eielxdtx  and  x«-jiltfl 
ji;aiinxt  Ixith  of  the  xarfat«a,  aa  dewTilx'tl  ami  xhown.  when<hy  the 
pmI  ia  eauMMi  to  axrre  the  double  pnrjHwe  of  a  hiii|fe-pin  and  a 
|HU'king. 

H.  The  flintHble  liK'k  |iro%ide<l  with  the  iiitiTiiiil  giit'-x  ('  H, 
and  with  the  end  giMex,  K,  liing"d  thereto  ami  arran»r<-«l  to  turn 
down  til  the  hed  of  the  xtreani  when  not  ni|uin-<l  for  iiw. 

!t.  The  floatabia  Im-k  eoii.mxtini;  of  the  fonndation  and  xida 
wall*,  ciHixtriictftl  of  tinilMT  and  pniyided  with  the  waiern  liaii- 
llelx,  the  two  flexible  galea,  and  the  two  end  gate*. 

10.  In  n  liH'k.  the  I  oiiibinatlon  ot  the  lower  lix  k-cate,  the 
lipi>or  jointed  gale,  and  the  end  j.'ate,  K  I'mhIi^I  alxne  the  ii|i]ier 
liM'k  i;)it«'.  :ut  xhown. 

11.  The  eoinlxnation  o(  ,1  l.i..M  ,,r  f.iiimlalion.  xm  h  ivx  de- 
M'rilxNl  and  «liioiii.  .iiiil  .1  l|o.ii.i!.l,  il.mi  or  lixk  roimtrm  ti  il  lor 
jpplleatloii  then  |o. 


(  I'nim.^l  Vn  iiiipiov  i-.l  .•,iin  .iiin.  |iiii,.i,t  for  »^Io^  e«  ^iinl  (nr- 
11. KIT  1  oi,»inie|.-il  M!l«lanli:ilh  ;i>  Inrein  -howii  ;iii.!  d'>«nli<.l. 
eoiiaiKtllig  of  hollow  e\  limlreal  cone  \  pnn  nb-i!  wiih  r.idi.i!  In'..'* 
('  (',  hot  air  i.o\<-.  (i  (1.  pro\  1.I04I  wltii  nriotto-^  II  II  .111. 1  i'i|>.-x 
or  Hue.'"  K    K.  .1-  -Ml  f'Mlh 

2.  The  eoiiil.inatioi,.  wiili  tin  hollow  loiie  .\.  loin  i,l,.,|  n\\\, 
ridial  bigx  11  it.  of  the  .«np|»irlim.'  riiis;  |),  pnonliil  wilh  raili.il 
aniii.  /) '1,  »iil»tt«iitially  nx  hen m  -liowii  .iml  di-w  riixd,  \i  lo  rein 
iviiil  I  on.    i<  Mip|«>rl4'il  .ilxixe  llu    :.'nite  K.  ax  «<-l  forth 

o  In  a  ( om-  atlaelinieiit  for  xIox.m  ami  fiiniiieox,  lli.'  hoi  air 
l»i\i>  (t  (i,  ppn  nhd  w  nil  iigHli  i>  H  11.  ami  i-iiiiiei  tiii^  j.  ,»r.  or 
Hiiex  K   K.  •<nt>xtaiiliall\   ax  hen m  ■.liown  .md  dew  rilN-d 

4.  The  eombiiiation,  with  the  -i.o.'  or  liiriia<-<  K.  of  slu  in- 
terior hot  air  lxi\i>!-.  <i  ().  pi-o\  ,.i.  ,1  Willi  n  (.'Wlep-  11  H.  hi.IwUiii- 
tialh   :u*  liiniii  -'i|0»  11  ;iiiti  ih.x  !  .'iii'ij 


229.685.  IJIBHFI.LA  AiFXAK-ti-H  Ei,l  ttchmutti't. 
P«  »»j!g«<ir  of  0B»  hilf  of  k;!  r'.gii  to  Riekord  K»y  L»»f 
City.  Fit-      Filed  Dor.  J.  1<17», 


f'hnu — 1  Tin  'omliiiiHtloii.  with  the  xtreli-tieni  and  r'lix  of 
>  ar\  inc'  leiiifllix,  of  a  *"l  of  ti'lewopii-  riiiiiier>  i  ar\  int.'  m  litameler 
iinerneli    to  their  Ieii4,thx,  ax  d<«eriixMl 

2  Tin' eombinatitni,  with  tin'  rilm,  KtnMelierx,  ami  roni'entric 
niiinerx.  ofn  xint'le  xtop  d"»iee  lulaptix!  to  hxk  eei  lj  1  (  h:ii,1  nui- 
m  r*  til  the  i*t;ifl.  ,'ix  des^'rilK**!. 

229.686.       IIECHANISI     FOR    CLEANlNf.     A  K  D     P^^  l!.-;  H  i  Nt, 

THREAD         Churhi   ElLif    C»BtOB.  laio         Filfd    Apr.  II. 

1880.      '  No  aodol   ) 

Xruf — The    tlin-ad    |HyM(>«   fnim    the    xiippli    ^\*«-\    111    roii» 

iiniiiml  till  Haiigixi  nilU  t4i  the  wuidiinr  wheel,  ami  i.-  |"i!o.Ihi1  ami 

leaned  of  pii((e<tioii«  ^^  the  nibbing  of  the  eoilx  upon  e;n  li  otiier 


r/.f/iH  —  1     The  eimibination  of  the  ndix  K.  Inn  iiiu  flaiiL'ex  at 
lloir  intler  eiidx,  aJid  alxo  hating  xtaliomiry  arlxirx.  with  the  rollx 


.?« 


Ol  KICIAL    CiAZlLTTK. 


July  6,   1880. 


K,  haxiii;;  tli«ti;;i-i<  :»1  lli<ir  iiiuir  iiiil*  nr  tliiir  jtinctiiiiis  hiUi  llicir 
■■lr.iiik«.  Hill  iiriiMilnl  rtllli  .i<lJH<t«lili  nHmiH  .iriil  iin  an*  ol' <  liiiM|i 
in:;  rlnn»  ni  |nwi1ii>u,   i*  «  t  lorlli 

i.  I'lw  riiiiiliiiialiiiii  of  tin-  nillx  K,  liiH  inc  "hitiiMian  arl«ir», 
«itli  llir  rwlk  K.  pniN  iilcd  witli  tlic  iiiljiwlalile  arljiip*  aiitl  iiicaiw 
of  i'iaii<|<iii|f  tliriii  III  iMwitioii,  .1M  M't  rnrtli. 


229,691.  TtTHER  WiLLim  L  OittEO,  Jmctloi  City,  C»n. 
f)\ri  *tj  19  1880  (Modal.) 
'  hum.— In  a  tctliiTiiij  (Ipvkb,  tlii'  coiiiliiiiatinn,  willi  a  »iiit- 
al)ln  r«|K)  or  Imltcr.  I),  ami  IiIikIc  or  anolior  V,  of  a  «lrc,  U,  ami 
imlimMl  ihwIm  A,  tii  « lii«  li  IIk'  wiro  in  uttacliiil,  all  arraiisn^xl  "uU 
-ilittiliallv  an  .iml  for  lln    |iiir|»iw  -n-t  forth. 


229,687 
Tirk.  N 

PRIMTKB  S  TTPg  CASK       LoJimo  D    tv 
T       Fll*4  Oct.   IS.  1171 

1 

Ha 

rJ^LZJI 

1 

1 

K#— 

'  1 

■I   1 

r^  ■T-**ir   in    JD 

1 

II  1 

r^ir    F"  frill 

>            I 

CIntm. — Tlio  coiiiiiiimtioii,  in  a  pnnt4'r'»  tyiw-riwc,  of  tlio  Iwx 
or  IkmIv  a  ami  tlii'  two  nrrH'a  of  p«irtiti«m«  H  «ml  (',  iii««lc  «opo- 
n«U'  fnnii  and  iu<lcii»-n<lent  of  the  b«a  or  ImkI.v  ami  dptwHnlih' 
thonfrom,  tlio  |»rtitioiiii  H  bcluR  nia<le  toiwriujt  lowanl  the  top 
of  the  came,  mi  an  to  form  an  obtiuH;  annle  with  it*  lw>ttom,  the 
ii|il><'r  (Mirt  of  tho  fKirtitioiw  H  ami  the  lower  part  of  the  piirtilioiw 
("  licinx  not<-lioil  at  tlioir  |MiinlH  of  iiitflmoctioii,  Halwtantially  a« 
ikiiil  for  tho  piiriKKK'  ii|>t><lfl<><i. 


220,668.      RIVKTINO    TOOL 
N.  H.      Filtd  it».  31     ItlO. 


iDWtlD   P     PAtaoa     Coseor4 


( 'laim. — The  lien-in  dow-rihcd  rlinrhine  device  for  nvotx,  i-on- 
•iHtiii;.'  of  It  plale  liaviiin  a  ncricM  of  r«'ll«  with  dlopin);  riidi»  and 
I'oiicuM-  iHiltom,  KnlxUtntially  IM  Put  forth. 


229,689.      WAOON  BRAKI  LIVIR       A«>it   C    PllH.  R»clo«, 
Wi.       Pil«il    >i;  .11     1»«0       (JTo  ■»*•!  ) 


229,692       EXTKNS!')N    SETTER   TABLE. 
RitatllTlU*.  Okto.      FU«d  Jti.  14.  1180. 


229,690.      MAMOfACTUXI  OF   PAPER.     9io    B    Fox,  L»«k 
Itid    OklD.      FllH  ify  14.  18M       (HsHsd*!.) 

f'/nm. — 1.  The  new  article  of  iiiannfHrtnrr  c< iiwirti iiu  of 
|M|M-r  or  ]«|ier-1><ittnl  foriHwl  fVoiii  m>n-fl«'c»y  animal  hair  lui  a 
iit4>ck,  an  dOMTilK-d. 

2.  The  iinpniveineut  in  the  art  of  inantifiM-.tuririK  pajxT  or 
pa|¥T  lioanl  coimi«tini{  ni  the  mihutitutioii  or  intnwiuctioii  of  ani- 
imil  hair  as  a  nUick.  in  pla<H»  of  the  u«iial  )>ai>erHrt4Kk,  ii»  dnHrilKHl. 


229.691 


lOkli**     OOSSITT 
\ 


r/^iiKt.— 1.   The  i-oiiiliiimtion  of  a  face  plate  ami  imw  I  with   i  ' 
nu  k  iwimiiiK  Iwtwtx-n  the  fiutvpUtc  and  an  openitini;  lever  twlapte.l 
to  iHrry  llie  l>awl  IxMioath  and  inUi  oin{a«eim'iit  ivith  the  t<-«lli  "ii 
the  uiuler  side  of  the  raik  when  the  hr»k«  are  Iwiiig  *et,  ok  dc 
iHriliml. 

2.  Tlie  ra<k  having  de|ientIinK  twsth  and  win>leiiicnUrv  in 
i-limw  i  b  inertfinK  iiiUi  them,  in  combination  with  the  |mwl  hav 
iiitf  «ide  indincK,  ri  4,  an  mii  forUi.  a  ftuw-platu,  and  an  opcmtinj; 
leMT.  a*  doncrilie*!. 

,1    The  fomhiiiation  of  a  fiM-c  -  plate.  p«wl,  .■ind  lover  with  a 
rack  havint?  «t»»p  *  ,  to  prevent  vibration,  a«  d«K;ribcd. 


Claim.  — In  «n  extension  tcttoo-tRblo,  the  cnmhination  of  the 
top  jwrt,  (\  havinir  tnanffnlar  hracoa  K  F.  iiivotol  to  RtaliiHiary 
lopi  .\  \  .  the  imrt  I).  Iiavinc  l>ra«-c  (I,  pivotetl  to  movnhle  leg  M. 
the  olotttHl  uxteitKion-ntrip*  d.  cittmding  thmnifh  inortiMC*  of  the 
brw.w.  ami  bhxk  .M.  having  bonds  /and  provided  witli  atoija  g. 
aa  ihoMii  and  d«iKril)«Ml. 


229,693.      eRAlN   BINDIR 
N.   T       FlUd    Do    to.  1171 


Jilii    F.   SotDOi,   Koektittr. 


(  l,„m. — 1.    In  combination  with  the  (frain-tablo  A  and  bra<-k 
ct<  ¥  of   a  irniin  binding  ma»hine,  a  verticallT-slidinB  dividing 
tlncr  arranged  at  the  side  of  tho  hnw-kct  t«)  enU-r  the  grain  and 
hold  Iwck  the  looHo  portion  while  tho  buiidio  is  being  MparottHl 
then'fnmi 

V    I II  •«  grain  bimling  machine,  the  combination  of  a  binding 
table,  npntrht  bracketit  K,  over  which  tho  grain  is  dolivorod  to  the 
table  iiid  against  which  it  is  oinpresnod.  and  an  apwardly-niovint 
dividing'  liiil.'er  liHyiUid  at  the  top  of  said  briK-keta,  as  sliown  and 
dewrilx-il. 

,'V  Till  .oiiibination  of  a  grain  table  or  nToivor,  a  Wnder-ann 
smmuetl  u<  dewend  thn>agh  the  loone  grain  ami  movo  b«ck  with 
til.'  hmidle  therefrom,  and  a  dividiiig-tingcr  loc»te«l  pcnnanontly 
ill  till  riNfiving  side  of  the  table,  and  arrangnl  U>  asoeiid  thmugh 
the  l.Mxie  gniin  from  Udow  in  tho  same  path  w  ith  the  bindcr-anii. 

I.  In  a  irrain  binding  Buifthine,  a  grain-ilividing  *ing»<r  oihI  a 
movablii  twister-carrying  snn  c«>mbln««i  therewith,  salwtantially 
a«  diwnlMx!  and  shown,  whoroby  the  divider  is  thrust  thntngh 
ih.   (imiii   u.   the    inn   and  twisti-r  a»lvanco  and  retractod  a«  Uicy 

re«'«<h' 

.")  The  combination  of  the  dividor-arin  (I.  movable  bar  or 
plato  ,J,  arm  1.  and  movable  arm  1» 

fl.   Till'  cmbination  of  tho  guide  H,  the  ann  I,  and  the  slid 
ing  divider  (t,  pivoUxl  to  ann  I  and  piuswd   through  tlw  guide,  as 
shown,  »her»>by  the  pressure  ipf  tho  grain  is  cauw»l   U>  retain  the 
divider  in  its  elevated  [osiition, 

7  .V  (liMdinif-lineBr  arnuigsd  to  aseoiid  throngli  the  grain 
from  lieh>«.  111  .^iiiibinati4)ii  with  a  laterally-adjnutable  gnide  or 
snpixirt  therefor  and  opormting  iiie«  hanism  whureby  the  |>.mition 
of  tin   dividei-  nia\   he  changed. 

V  The  <  onihinalion  of  the  viliraling  arm  D,  havinc  the  rigid 
dei«emliiii:  »tnd  V  the  hindor-anu  K.  the  crank-pin  I.,  .iiid  tin 
»lott<:<d  pitniaii  arnviigt"«l  to  cmboMv  itnd  \,  and  c<nine<ti'<l  to  tin 
cnink  pill   iinl  binder  arm.  as  shown. 

!l  In  ri.iiibiiiation  with  the  cnink  pin,  arrnnsi-<l  to  can*-  Ihr 
Mlirali.ii,  ..t    iIm    l.iMililiL'    Hie.  haiilxlii.  the  caiii  <m    .•,■<  .iitn.    \  .  al- 


JuLT  6,  i88o. 


U.  S.  PATKNT  OFFICE. 


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tiifcad  thoretn,  kikI  the  twialor-oiinnvting  rack-bMr  U,  nrmngul  to 
Im]  ofieratoil  by  tira  cam,  wborohy  UK>tiou  u  trausinilttvl  from  the 
cnwk-|Hn  to  tlio  twiittvr. 

10.  TIm  omnbUwtion  of  tbo  Jaw  T,  lovor  g,  rod  A,  lc%-cr  t,  and 
crank-pin  L,  vrmngod  to  operate  upon  lever  i. 

11.  In  combination  with  crank-pin  L  and  jaw  8,  tbe  sliding 
plate  p,  with  slot  e,  elbow-levor  n,  and  md  «. 

IS.  lu  combination  with  tlie  awingpng  ann  D,  Uie  twistcr- 
hoad  and  dainpiuK-jawB  luoantod  thoroon,  the  sUiglo  erank-pin, 
and  inbsnnediate  doriom  anraagod  to  tnuwinit  motion  from  the 
cnuik-pin  to  tbe  twiater  and  jawa,  wtbrtantially  ••  abown. 

li.  In  a  niachino  Ibr  binding  grain  witb  wire,  th«  oouibina- 
tiun  t>f  an  nppor  clamping-jaw,  wliicli  indents  and  sburtens  tho 
wire,  with  a  lower  clamping-jaw  adapted  to  yield  and  appruach 
^be  npper  jaw  daring  Uio  clotring  action  of  the  latter. 

l-l.  Tho  onmbiiiation  of  an  np|ier  wire  clamping  and  indent- 
ing jaw  witli  a  lower  cUinping-jaw  capable  of  rertical  morement, 
and  means  for  holding  said  jaws  (MMitivoly  a|iart  antil  the  ap)ior 
jaw  aHnraences  to  cluso,  and  then  |>emiitting  tbe  lownr  jaw  to  ap- 
]>ruair.h  the  other. 

15.  In  a  grain -binder,  the  combination  of  the  lower  wire- 
clainpiug  jaw  liaving  tbe  inclined  shonklcr  and  the  npper  win*- 
cUni|Hng  jaw,  arranged  to  act  a|>ou  said  shoulder  and  permit  an 
upward  iiiuveiuont  of  tbo  lower  jaw  and  wire  as  tbe  upper  jaw 
takes  liold. 

Itt.  llio  oomlMiuUttMi  of  Uhi  twister  and  tlie  fixed  cluarur-ann, 
arranged  to  bond  the  ends  of  the  wire  backward  beneath  tlic  twist- 
ing books  or  btades. 

17.  In  a  grain-binder  having  a  movable  twisting  moobanisin, 
tli«  eoiultination  of  a  aim  cnttor  and  holders,  all  uwiviug  Uidily 
with  tJie  twiater,  and  a  revolving  crank-|Hii  or  cam  nioautod  on 
U»o  stati<Miary  binder  fhime  or  snp|H>rt,  and  iiiU'niKxliato  coiinoc- 
tiiMM,  whornby  tboy  am  i>|mrate«l  iiidi'ismdently  of  the  hhifliiig 
HMivciucut of  Ui«  twister- li<«d,  sulMtiUitially  an  shown. 


FOR    PRODDCIRO     COLORED     PHOTO 
Loon  Oitr.  Vsi  Bird,  Ark.     Filed 


220,694.  PROCRSS 
SRAPHR  OR  LIHRN 
MsT.  li.  1171. 

f'MtiM. — In  tlie  prtMwm  of  |inidiiciiig  colored  photographs  on 
liiioii  or  analogiMis  material,  the  emphiynicnt  of  the  collodion  mix- 
tare  d<wcTtbe<l,  eonaiating,  essentially,  of  distilled  water,  iiitrato  of 
silver,  alsatlntc  akxdiol,  chloride  of  calcium,  citric  aoid,  and  ordi- 
nary itdhslion,  in  or  alsmt  the  pro|H«rtious  boroinbeliire  §|>ei:iliod. 

220,005.     H08B  MOIZLR.     ALiti  1.  etiicit,  Isw  Orltsii. 
Ls..  aislgisr  of  •■*  kalf  sf  kli  rigkt  t*  Ossrgi  H.  Rskliion 

N*w  Tsrk.  N    T       Filtd  lar.  S«.  1 SIO       (>•■•<•!.) 


220,606 


220,007.     EXTRACT  OF   COFFEE       Ditid  J    Oil  tid  Joi    C 
ei4iT,  K(W   Tork,  H.  T.,  sdigiori  to  tktniclrii  sid  Jstoti 
BvlTtl,  (tn*  fist*,     riltd  Itf  13.  IKIO.     (  No  ip«eiaiii   ) 
Ctodsi. — As  a  new  article  iiisiinfa<-tare.  fluid  cxlnwi  of  cMif- 
for,  sobstaiitially  snch  as  heroin  sot  forth,  otmsistiiig  of  h  niixtnre 
of  a  cold  infusion  of  the  berry  primarily  obtoinud.  with  a  c4>oUm1 
decoction  of  tlio  rosidnam  of  the  infusion,  in  which  extnu-t  ix  r>- 
tained   tlie  («ffeine,  volatile  oils,  and  othor  soluble  omstitoenln. 
with  the  astringent  and  bitt(;r  jirinciplo. 


220,008.      BDOR  TRIIIRR  AND   BDRNISHEE        DiiifL 
HiLLiiii.  Pkiladdpkla,  Pa.      Fil»d  F«k    tl.lMO 


CUtim. — 1.  Tlie  c«mibinalion.  In  a  niuule.  of  a  valv*-shell  pro- 
vid«l  with  an  Inlot-opeiiing,  a  valve  nioTublo  hmgttndjnally  In 
siiid  alioll  to  oliMo  siiid  o|i«ning,  a  holhiw  ralvo-stom  and  attached 
jet-|N|>o,  thnmgh  which  Uic  lii^nid  is  diaidiargod,  oniinoctod  tu  said 
valve  and  moving  with  it,  and  a  Arxibk)  diapliragin  fnruiing  a 
eniiuocting-|au-tition  Iwtwocii  tlie  hollow  ratve-stoni  and  th«Talve, 
and  Hi»|iaratlng  tho  moving  |iarts  which  work  tho  valv.  tnmt  tlie 
iBk4-<»|>oning,  sabsdanlially  as  and  for  tho  pnr]MaM;  apecifiod, 

2.  The  oombiiiati4m,  in  a  nonlo,  of  Ui«  liollow  movable  stem 
IV  and  its  attached  ralve  I>,  tlie  shell  A  H,  containing  the  valve- 
iwat  *.  and  liaving  a  sofew-aocket,  A  ,  the  valve-operating  sleeve 
V.  aiid  the  diafdiragm  H,  fiMiiiing  a  cminerting-iiartition  between 
the  simll  and  the  movable  stem  and  f>mtecting  the  movable  parts 
of  the  mnule  hoyiNid  tlio  ralvn,  sulattautially  as  and  ftir  tbo  purpose 
speciAed. 

3.  The  oombination  of  tlic  sliell  A  It,  tlie  vaire  D,  tbe  grooved 
ralra^tmu  IX,  the  aionve  K,  the  diaphragm  it,  and  Uie  finathcr  g, 
fixed  in  said  shell  and  engaging  with  tbo  groove  in  the  valvo-stem, 
snbataatUUy  as  s|Mrified. 


Cltiim.  —  1.   An  edge  trimmer  or  bnmisher  coiistmrted  snb- 
staiitially  as  herein  shown  and  dcwcnliod.  consisting  of  screw-shafl 
A,  provided  with  oolbir  n.  spiders  H  K.  c.irryiiig  radially -a«\jiisUi 
blc  cnttcrs   H  H  ,  provided  with   alternating   Ik-voIoiI   etlges  and 
shouldens  guides  C  ¥,  and  nnt  4),  as  net  forth. 

2.  In  an  otlge  trimmer  or  bnmisher,  the  combinatinp.,  with 
the  shaft  A,  provided  with  a  key  or  spline,  g.  and  collar  a.  of  the 
ontcr  guide.  C,  ooter-spidor,  R.  and  spring  I),  substantially  as 
herein  shown  and  dencribod,  said  gnide  revolving  on  and  with 
the  hub  of  said  spider,  as  set  forth. 

3.  In  an  edge  triniiner  or  bamisber,  the  conilHnation,  with 
(he  scn'w-sltafl  A  aiul  Inner  spider,  K,  of  the  inner  guide.  V,  pn>- 
\  idod  witli  opening!  s.  substantially  as  lierein  shown  and  dtstcribed, 
said  guids  revolving  iudopendentlr  on  the  hub  of  said  spider,  as 
wt  forth. 

4.  Ill  an  o<lge  trimmer  or  bnmisher.  tbe  radially-a<ljustable 
cnttcrs  H  H',  pnividod  witli  alternating  lieveled  edges  and  shoiil 
dcrs  9  r,  pes|iectively.  substantially  as  herein  shown  and  described, 
said  cdgns  and  shoulders  being  dtwigned  to  form  the  desired  rilw 
ami  channels  on  the  upper  and  lower  edges  of  ttu-  lioot  or  sbo« 
s<de,  »t  set  fortli. 

i>.  In  an  edge  trimmer  and  bnmisher.  the  spider*  B  K,  pro 
vided  with  slott«Ml  arms  for  the  a<\justiiicnl  of  the  cutters  or  Inir 
nishers.  sulsitantially  as  beroiii  shown  and  dmcril<o<L 


229,009.      BARRXi,  HOOP       Edvkd    Hili.  Wlfsi    Rigltid 
stilgrsr  to  Jsata  }    HeCoak.  Now  Tork.  V    T,      FUtd   Jiii 

I    1(10       (Ho  nsdtl.) 


220,600.    OORI-PLAVTRR.     LisilAit  Gtililt.  Ilssik,  111. 

fU«4  Bar.  11.  1110.  (It  nsdtl.) 
Clmim  In  a  eom-piaater  the  oombination  of  the  curved  seg- 
Bieatal  seed-alop  K,  the  wires  in  which  it  is  pivoted  centrally,  the 
fixed  ahntin— t  H,  tiie  liopper  (1,  liaving  a  seod-opaniug.  k,  on  each 
side  af  said  abwtaiMiat,  and  tiie  soeil-alide  having  an  o|)ening.  as 
^ecifled. 


o     e>« 


«) 


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I 


Claim.  —  .V»  a  new  article  of  maiiiifWctnrc.  the  hereinbefore 
d(««-rilM<d  hiNip,  splayed  as  indi<-ated,  and  provided  ivith  apertun« 
or  slots  and  with  stnds  or  doats,  all  sulistalitialh  as  M-t  forih 


220,700.     8DB8T1TCTE   FOR  CRANES       Siscii  W    Btaior 
Wsit  Oiloi   Coin  Bono.  W    V»       Fil«d  Iiy  U    1«»0.     (No 

BOdol.) 


4«> 


omciAL  (;\/i'  rri     ^ 


juLV  6,    1880. 


229.700 


(l4)im.—  l      III' 
Ic^rr  H  .uiil  ri>ll<T>  ( 
link   .1.  :iii<l    li'Vtr    K 
»))•■<  ilitil 

J  1  lif  loiiilinul 
tin  rinl  K.  Ill"  I'lii  <  I. 
rml  m.  mill  li  vrr  M,  ;!■ 
Iw.t 


iMiilini.tlioii.  \s  itii   till     li<anrjiiii  A,  aif  tli<i 

C.  III.- iiriii  l>,  n«l   K.  |.iii  «'.  "I"lt<-<1  lim   M, 

a.H  hIhiwii   .mil   iliwrilwui.   Tor  tlif   |iiir|i<iM! 


lull,  tvitl]  iIk      till 
,111.1   til.'  .i.iti  .i  '., 
.  !«liii«  II  .iiiti  lie  «■  n 


,  Ih.    l.MT  U,  llK'unii    I). 

II.    ..t     !l 

■  1.  tor  III 


biir  I,. 

jiiiri"* 


|iiii<  L 

>4|M-I  I 


229,701       kKCi,!>J 
C '  t  y    *n       F ;  i  e  a 


!  .S  ir 


■  fl  A  : « 


'J     8  f  M  • 


M  <  K  T  :  «  ■ 


liltl* 


rt-fU  mill  11  «l.lli•>;l.l^^  l.i.>(i  iir  fninic  Mirhnol  tn  thp  olmir  i>r  it|>iticr- 
iinii  f.ii  f.il.liiu'  111.  timt  n-xf  in«i«ii  tin-  U';;-n»t  w!i«'ii  tJw  latU-r  is 
(Llini**-.!.  •tiilmi  iiitiiill\    IK  «'l  'i>rtli. 

10  III  :i  r.M'hiiiiii;  •  li.iir.  til.'  .■.iiiiliiiintHin.nitli  a  liiniittl  Imrk, 
li-i;  r.-«l,  ail. I  IiniULhiI.  ..f  I'oiiiMN'tiiiu  Mii-<'liitiiiMiil,  »nli"fiiiilii«llv  hk 
<!.■».  riU.I.  f.ir  .iiilxiualiialh  f.il.liii^' flu  fiKit-i>"i<t  ii|i<>:i  IIh'  lr(;-nf.t, 
III.  r.»il.-.l.»il  M:;.iiii«t  llu-  sl.iii.hir.i,  jii.l  n'lni.-fini:  lln-  l<«kiHK  l><>lt 
liv    iiiTxniii;;  (iirnar.1  ii|i<>ii  llu-  ...  at  l>a.  k,  »tilKl4iiitiall\  ax  «■!  fiirtti 

11  III  ;i  r.  •  Iiiiiiil:  .  li.iM  til.- '-oiiil'iiiatioii.  n  illi  ^1  liiim.il  lia.k 
aii.l  liiiiKitl  li.  ad  r.>.l.  .il  a  j.iiiili-<l  p»l  tin'  M|>|xr  »iili<Mi  of  «lii<  li 
IK  i4ll«4-lH-«l  III  IIm-  ariii«  .if  l<'iiT>  pivoti-*!  t<i  tli.'  In-ail  ri'xl  anil  lli.' 
I.iw.r  H«.<.ti.>ii  till  nil!  |ir">>  i.lnl  «illi  a  pin,  K  ,  wliirli  cni'ai.'i'w  in 
nil.li.'t  li'<tli  roriii.i!  1.11  till  nil  «i<l>-  of  mu'  .'f  tin-  npiiliT  nriiii4, 
aii.i  a  b|..||..|  l.\(r  f..r  i|iwii;.'ai,'iim  llu-  |>in  K"  from  wii.l  nililnl- 
li.<i|i    «iil>"(mitiall\  a»  ".t  forlli 


N«w 


229,702       fiiNSTKlJCTinM    car       Grotci   F    Haiiii. 
Tork    N     T        Filed    Itj   \H.   I8«0       (Ms  Btdd  ) 
liruf — Till  .am  .•!  a  I'oiiKtni.'t mil  train  air  pnividi-ij  with  a 
I'lMitiiiiioiiK  trai  k  .>ii  lop.  Ix'tuct-n   tin-  r.iiU  of  wlii*:li  nni  anlifric- 
tiiMi  nillcrs.  w  lifn  liv  I.hm'  ntilii.-iiii  tm  iiKivnl  ami  a  i«n|iplriiicnLal 
car  iH.tr  Im'  ii)M-nil<Hl  itia.M-  llic  l.xMir  iitahirial  on  tlic  .-riD  pmiMT. 


rin'm.  —  l  111  a  rm'liiiiili.'-<liair,  tlif  loiiilii'iali.iii,  »  itii  a  bnil  : 
l<iraf«J  tw'iiCiitli  llir  »t«it.  l!i.-  opixwiU'  .-ikN  >if  lli<-  l.ail  l>i'iiii;  jour-  ' 
nalM  U'twoeii  llif  ««it-friiii<-  ami  «|.nlir  arniK.  of  a  liiiii.'i'<l  li-tl- 
rrmt.  a  n»t<ln't  or  ni.  k  Uir  piMilcl  at  "iif  rml  t.i  llic  uii.l.r  m.].'  of 
thr  lcK-r«it  ami  at  i1m  npii.*!!.'  rii.l  In  lli.'  .•.ntial  |»irtloii  ol'  llii- 
hiiil,  aiiii  A  jMiwI  IcM-r  for  w.  nriii!.'  w'kI  r;"  k  '>r  r:it.  Ii.  t  liar  111  any 
iloximl  a<|_jufiliiii'iil,  ^ijlmlaiiliallv  as  xt  (ortli. 

2,  111  a  n-.  liiiiiiu  .liinr.  tin-  i-.mil>iiialioii,  Willi  ili.'  Iraim 
vf.r»«.|,v  *l.»tt.-.l  .pi.l.r  Htiiii.lanl  iiiiil  a  IkiiI  joiirimU'<l  al  op(-«.il.- 
en<J«  Iwtwwn  llie  npnl.  r  aniii.  ami  o^il  fraiiii-,  of  a  ni<  k  or  rat.  Ii.  l 
1mm-  pivo«e,l  U.  tlic  h-il  aiitl  l<.«  nirt,  ami  .-xl.-ii'linit  tlir..iii.'li  oii.-  .if 
tlie  aJ-rt*  in  llu-  »tai..l»nl,  an.l  a  li-v.-r  \>r»\  i.l.il  wi'li  a  *\«tut\  plat.-, 
IhA  Utter  I.K-atwl  in  lIu'  traiiavcrwc  nlol  in  lliv  -laiiaanl.  siilHtiiii 
tiully  an  «pt  forth 

.1.  The  f<Hnl>i nation,  with  tlm  ri'volvint;  nUniUnl  ami  unp 
IKirtiiv;  hiMo  plat«.,  of  llio  liM-kinR  Uilt  aiiU  n««-k  l«r,  tli«.  laiwr  t-^.ii 
«tru.-t«d,  «uhat»iiliull.v  m  iU!«ril»<l.  to  automati.-ally  raiw  said  l>«ll 
ami  diaenpme  it  fr..iu  th«  lnun-plaUN  nuliaUntittlly  a"  ""I  f'Ttli. 

4.  T»M>  ooinbimrfioii.  with  tli«-  hinifwl  rliair-Un  k.  of  a  h.^.l 
rrat  piv.rt«d  to  the  npi^r  ind  of  th."   I«.k   by  l»..it  Iovlpi  an.l  a 
jointMi  md  c.ni»«t«l  at  tw  "uA  to  the  ln-^it  lcviT»  and  at  itn  otii.r 
end  engmffinK  with   nit.-h«>t-t.*th   fonn«d  <m   Iho  n«r  didc  .if  llo' 
•pkltT  aniMs  »uh«t«nti»lly  a*  •••<  fiwtli. 

."1.  Th«>  roiubinati.m,  with  tlwjiMnt«xl  nut  r«»iine<tinn  with  the 
hinu'.xlh.w.i  n-«t,-f  a»prinu  pn-awsl  -l.rtt.xl  Uveraml  ntUli.IU-.ll. 
f.>niH'<l  .Ml  tin-  npid.r  anil",  •.iiUtaiilially  a»  la-t  f..rtli. 

«.  TIk' .•oinbiimtion.  willi  Ih.- joint,  il  nxl  .  ..iim-<tiii».'  with  lli«> 
hinecl  b«wl  r.-«tund  proi  itUil  nt  lU  U.wer  <iul  with  a  .roiw  l«r  or 
pin.  ..fa  lw..-arni.d  l.-\«r  pn.vi.l.<<l  with  .h.nKHlMl  .nrvwl  oh.U.  « 
w>ri.<i  of  rau  l.<t  Ut-th  f..rnHsl  on  ih..  n«r  iinrfa.-^  of  th<-  «pi<Ur 
anna,  a  uprinn  for  rptainintf  thi-  .  n-a-Ur  in  enirageiii<nt  with  «.i<l 
n»U-hft-t«eth.  and  a  l.-»er  f..r  llirowiuj;  IIm-  mine  ..lit  of  eii)fH«»-uienl 
Ihorewith,  untmtaiitiaMy  ax  »<■»  forlli. 

7  The  oimbinatuHi,  w  illi  tlw  Hlottrtl  h«rkiii|{-l»>lt,  of  a  iipriim 
f.ir  rt-Uininc  it  in  \tn  |.«  ki'.l  |hi..iIi..ii  and  a  raU-h^-t  liar  ).roMd.-.l 
with  a  .-am  or  w..<liO'  iih«|«>«l  pr..p-.li..n  for  riiaine  «.ii.i  l"'lt,  "»•► 
Ktantiallv  aa  •.•!  forth. 

H.  fhf  .^HiibiiiathHi.  with  an  owillnlintf  Imil  riiri.ll.*  •.-.nr.-.l 
at  Ha  cfida  to  pivoWyl  arm  n-«l  »tan<lar.l».  of  a  f..otHl.«il  pi\..tall\ 
,  .rtii»«-t«.d  to  llip  ii|.i.h-r»niw  ..r  m:U  Irwim-.  ami  iuU-rii>.-<li»»*-  ."ii 
ii.^tl..ii«,  «nl».tantiall>  aa  <l«.-rilH-.l,  « I.,  r.-l.y  said  f.»Ai.U«.l  nia\ 
la-  autoiimli.ally  tol.kxl  uvaiiiat  111.-  -UmUnI,  .nlnaantiall)  .-u.  wt 
r.>rth. 

«.   Th."  ootubination,  « ith    tin-    hiiiO'.l    h-K  rwU    and    f.«>t    -rat 
linno«t    lh.T.-U.,  of    <-l.«ta   «•«  un-<l    l.>   Ho-    ilIld.T   •i.l.-  ..f  tlif  f'»'I 


f'Inim.—  l  In  a  .  ..iintrii.  Ii.hi  train,  lh<*  r<>nihlns(i.>n,  with  a 
writ-K  of  t*»t  |iiHtforiii  .'ar<..  M  H,  a'l.l  tli.-  Knpplt■llll^ntJll  .-ar  K,  nio>  - 
II. 1;  llicrfoii.  .if  a  I  .•olniii.>ii«  Ira.  k  for  tin-  tiipphiltHMilal  <-ar,  sap 
l-.trlcl  on  iIm-  jiiall.iri.i  <  ar-.  H  H.  KMbatui.tially  im  wt  forth. 

1  A  piHlforiii  I  < .1  Intnl.  lion  <-ar  protitlvai  with  |H!niuuirnt 
railA  and  ailli  aiiii  In.  tmii  roll.-n.  ait)iat<<<l  iM.twi-cii  wiid  (wniin 
ii.'iit  ntiln,  whcrt-lo  Unw.-  ntiU  may  la-  lllo^.xl  .hiUi  and  irfT  tltv  mr 
ami  a  «iippl.-iti.-iital  lar  may  la-  ui.iti-.!  uv.-r  t\tv  I.WM>  iiiatcrial 
l.m.lcl  iHi  th.    low  I  r  I  ar 

;i.  1'h.-  i-oiiil.iimtioii,  with  th<>  plalf.Mrin-«ani  H  It.  |M'niiiUM-nt 
rwiU  K  K,  an.l  a  .ar  a.laptwl  Ui  niov.-on  mi.l  raiU,uf  tin-  .-<iuii«ct- 
iiig-r»iin  1.  I.,  milxt^inlially  an  wt  f.irth. 


229,703  COBBINKD  EL8VAT0R  AND  CARRIER  jAait 
F  Hii.L.Kii  ?»ll  Kn«r  »««iff»or  to  W!iit«li«»d  4  Atkurtoi 
laeHUn    Coaptij    Lo««ll    Hkif        Flltd  Jiie  10.  ISSO.      (Ma 

■  •4*1.) 

^ 


I  Intm — 1  I'll.  i.>iiibiiiaiioii  of  the  plcvalor- a|M-tiii  and  tin- 
i-arvi.  r  apPMi.  arrani:.-.!  ami  .  oniinnoiialy  o|aTntini!,  aa  ht-n-iii 
U'liir.-  >.'l  for'li.  I..  .-l.-iat.'  Ih.-  .-..tt.in  ami  .-arrv  it  ahaic  in  .'.iii- 
M-iiMiil   proMMiitx    ri-   th.-    lap|«-r«  or  otlii-r  i-olU.n  pn-lwriiiif  iiia 

I   Illll'-K 

■J  I'll.'  .■oiiiliiiialion  of  th.-  .-Ifvatorapniii  f..r  ntiHint;  th**  i-i.t 
ton  (Voiii  nil.-  H.»>r  ;..  aii.>tli<-r.  the  carrnT  apron  for  n-.-.-ivinif  ami 
■  arriiiii;  al.mu'  01  <  •>iiM'iii.-nt  proximity  '<•  Ih.-  la|>fM-rH  .>r  .tth.-r 
iiia.'liiiM'r\  llo-  I'.ill.ai  il<'li\fr.xl  to  it  fnun  the  i-lcvator  apmii.  ami 
Iht-  r.-liirii  .hull-  .n  |uwKiifi  for  .■omlnctiiit'  lawk  Ui  IIh-  i-lcvat.'r 
!li<-  .-ottoii  will.  Ii  fjilU  trixii  tin-  r"i.r  or  farther  .-ml  itt  the  larrier 
;.|ir'>ii    "iiixrii'iiilli    i«  lii-niiiU-f.>n-  •-!  lortli 


July  6,    188a 


r.  S.  PATKNT  oiTici: 


♦* 


229.704.      DODBLE    REVOLVING    CHAIR        Lms    Holl.  St       220,707.     REEL  FOR  TYPE  WRITING  11  ACHl  N  KS       Wiiiua 
Lonullo       F)l«dFfb     M    1880  K    Jtmit    llloi.N    T»i»i|i»orloE    Rfm!isl<n4So»»    «»». 

/%lEilllMiiiii'iHi  II'  '     'MWt§'^  p'*"     ^■'*<'  *?''  ^4' i8s(*     'Moiiti  ' 


rt 

t'Inim. — The  ..MiibiiiHtion  of  the  .  hair*  A  .\  ,  plate*  ('  <' 
II  11,  and  dou!.  I)  I»,  tin  lallc  r  Iiimii;;  lie  |ir"j..  tioii>  if  'I'. 
^laiiti.ill.   ,ik  (le».  I  llu  •) 


aii'l 

Mil) 


229.705.  rULVERULKVT  PREPARATION  OY  PHOSPRORIC 
ACID  Kim  N  Hoitroio.  CiBbridgr  liii  Filed  lay  14 
1880       (No  ipeelBtii   ) 

t'lmim. — 1.  The  procwia  .if  prinlii.  iim  piihiruli'iit  plewplioru 
arid  by  treating  th.-  a<-id  li(|nid  .lea.  nlw-d  li.-r.-in  wi  an  to  bring  it 
U>  the  .-.Mxlition  of  fr«<e  ph.mphorie  ii.i.1.  and  amilniiini;  thi-  aaim- 
with  start-h  in  aUnit  the  p^o|a>rtioll^  i.taU»l.  drying,  ami  puher 
ixing. 

2.  A  polverulent  prejairalion  of  |ili.aiph.>rH  aeid  unlialantially 
frw-  fhmi  (xnnbinulion  or  iiiwia'iatioii  with  any  l>!»a»-,  and  kept  in 
the  «UiU<  of  dry  |>owiler  hi  adiiiixtiire  oiilv  with  a  neutrul  cub- 
Htaiiei'  like  atan-li 

.3.  A  baking  or  eff.-rM'wini;  ]><i«iler  .••iniii»tini(  of  the  luiiiiix 
tun-  of  pulverulent  ph.wphori.  a<  i.l,  >ulmtHiilially  KUeli  an  dc 
wxila-d,  with  a  dr\  alkaline  larlmiiale 


Claim.  —  1.  \  n-.'l  for  iii«-  in  .-ontMvtion  Willi  Iy|x  «nl>'-, 
(-oiiHii.ling  of  a  Ntanilant.  \,  luiMii;:  inounl4>.l  Ih.ri-on  a  crank 
Khaf>.  1,.  provi.lwl  with  the  e Uiii ping  jaw  1.  K  V.  by  Hhuli  llu. 
ribbon -hol.ter  I>  ii.  rigiifly  held  al  one  eml.  aa.l  prm  nle<l  ai  il.s 
\iniv  with  llie  Nh.iiilderK  n  ami  (lamping  iwmT  h,  loi  a^wnnn;  it 
to  the  lied  plalo.  siilMlantialh   an  dc«ril»d 

2.  A  riblain  rw>l  for  ty|)o-wril.eni  pi-oMd.vl  wilh  a  iraiik  uliiiO 
carrying  a  jaiir  of  elaiiiping-jawa,  K  K,  conatnu  U-.!  ami  a<lHpl.'.| 
tn  hold  the  ribbon  holder  1)  rigidly  by  graapiiig  il  at  one  end  ..iih  , 
KnliatMiitially  a*  ami  for  the  pur|iuH<«  oei  (oith 

3.  Ill  i-iniibiiiation  with  one  of  the  a|KMd«  of  a  ly|H-wriUT.  Ilie 
rihlKin-rwl  arranged  U>  operate  a«  df«.  rilied.  when-by  11  i»  inaih  1.1 
aor^e  a*  •  a|H«>l,  and  thui.  enable  a  different  ink-ribboii  u>  U-  uw'.i 
without  reiii.iTiiig  the  previ.HiRly  n»«i  or  main  riblMm  from  lli.. 
rrutaining  i<|HMd,  aulmtaiitially  aa  let  forth. 


220.708      VALVE  GEAR  FOR  INSINES       Pith  JotiiioD. 

Boekler    Tex       Filed  Apr    It     1110       (|(i4f].) 


220.706.  CLASP  ENIFE  Inacmi  Jimn  Soliinei  Oer- 
■  ftiy.  aiil)[ior  la  Aiii(ait  Bostree  i>d  Loan  Skbin  rtae 
yUei       Filed  Apr    I,   188U       'No 


«del   ) 


Viaxtik — lyxf  i>onibinati<m.  with  a  rnuiknilmn  and  a  ^alve- 
ahaft..  iiprrating  a*  ah.iTp  deaerilM-.!.  of  s  lever,  a  nhafl,  and  l»<i 
friction -whwlii  of  different  diainetJ'n.  for  ree«'iiing  in.>ti.iii  from 
kaid  .-rank-ahiin  aiid  Iranaferring  aaid  motion  at  an  in.  rnaMol  m-- 
lucity  to  mid  valve -ahafV,  anhatant^ally  aa  and  for  the  )iur|.<aw 
herein  described 


CUiim. — I.  In  » .'laap  kml.'.  tin- .■.uiibiiialion,  with  the  blatle, 
of  a  lian.lle.  imule  in  two  Metlioiia.  pnoLxl  at  om>  .-nd  U>  op|KMiu> 
ai.lcM  of  aai.l  lihule,  and  arranged  to  1h>  rotitUnl  u|Kin  their  pivirta  Ui  |   cutting  the  ram  and  devioew  for  lioMing  it  after  rnt.  an.l  met-han 


220.700.  ENITTIN6  lACRINE  G1016I  JoRiMoet  PklU- 
delpkli  Pi  Filed  Oel  11  1171 
Brief. — The  inventwwi  .■ompriaw.  iiie<  haninni  f.<r  trannferrins 
partially -<-«>inpk4ed  fabrica  fhun  hoJdiiig  inatrninenli.  t..  the  knil- 
ting-nr«dle«  of  a  flniabing-machine.  a  laU-h-eh»«-r  moved  Itetween 
the  iinfiniahed  fabric  and  tlie  latcbea,  Ixioked  t>»r»  for  holding  ih.- 
fabric  an  the  ne..dl«a  move  forward,  a  hook  at  each  ai.le  of  the  la-.1 
of  tK«dle«  fiw  f.irniing  ai>lra|rHa.  elieam  antoinatieally  npenOeid  for 


ban'  or  inchwe  the  blade    KobatAiitially   aK  M-t  f.irlh 

2.  In  a  ela8|>-knifn.  the  .-.imbination,  with  the  bl.iil.  and  a 
handle,  made  in  twoawtionH,  pivoUni  U.opiMmiU- aid.w  of  aaid  blatli-. 
and  arranged  to  U-  nitau-.!  upon  th.-ir  pivou.  for  the  pnr|>.«e  wt 
f.irth.  of  apjdiamwa.  ■ubHlaiitially  a*  .l.»«rila«d.  for  locking  the 
frt«  end  of  tlie  handlv-aectioiu.  when  the  blade  i«  banxl  or  iiu-luaed 
tiK-reia.  aa  aet  forth. 

.1.  in  a  claap-knifr,  the  cuinbinalion.  with  the  blade,  of  a  aee- 
li.nial  haiHllr  |Hv.rt4Ml  theret.!  and  arning..d  t^i  Kwing  aroniid  the 
piv.ita,  M  aet  forth,  and  caniatriKted   to  torui   the  friHit.  ba.-k.  and 


iain  for  throwing  the  machine  out  of  gt^ar  n|>on  the  cniipletion  of 
the  fabric.  A  brief  ttatemeni  cjinm.t  cover  the  ..(lenitione  and 
drtaila. 

CUnmi. — 1.  The  combination  of  the  nee.llea  n.  the  ooverere  r. 
the  finger*  e  .  tlie  (minta  e,  the  finger*  r  .  and  de\  nwa  for  carry  ing 
tbe  laid  coverera,  p<iinti,  and  flngem.  an  K|iecified. 

t.  The  corabioation  of  the  iwinging  frame  (4  with  the  verti- 
cally ndiding  i>Ute  G  ,  earthing  the  p»inti  r.  and  a  pivoted  bar.  t*, 
provided  with  flnfera  r  .  aa  described. 

3.  The  conihinatioB  of  the  iwinging  fVame  H  with  the  piv- 


the  two  lide  iiichaiing'Walla,  and   a  laU-h  arranged  t<)  form  one  uf  „4^  \AtXie  H  ,  c*ming  the  nwerem  r,  and  the  pivoled  bar  r*.  pro- 

tlie  end  IncUwing  wallii  for  the  bla.le  w  hen  i  l<a«>d.  the  tang  of  the  !  ^ided  with  floiren  <'.  ••  let  forth. 

latter  forming  the  other  end  rhwure.  «iil.«i  iiiiially  aa  dea<-rib.<l  4    -j^^  combination  of  the  nradlea  n.  the  frame   H,  and  the 

4.  The  (^ombinali.m.   with   the  pivot..!   liaft  arxtioni  IV    B.  „,Teren  »  and  fingtri  r  carried  thenby  with  the  frame  (i  and  th. 

proviiled  with  receaaea  d.  of  the  bl»d<    .\  and  ita  ati.|>-piii  1),  o(ar  p;jite  H  ,  provided  with  a  laUh  turning  plate,  i.  an  upetified 
ating  aubatantially  aa  and  f.ir  tin-  piirinaic  »(>«ifi«Ml                               j  f,    The  combination  of  the  needlea  o  with   the  frame  (.  ami 


OFFICIAL.    GAZKTTF. 


ytiY  6,  1880. 


Ih*  pUt*.  <♦  .  knvinit  a  Utcli-tnrninK  i'LiU>.  4.  and  need!e  i*U|.(><>rt 
iiig  twr  •<  ,  Ml  upwitted. 

(i    Tlie  oiiiihiimtloa  of  tli*-  nwiiitfinc  fra""*    H,  h.»Mne    ii< 
hnoknl  bur  *',  witli  tlif  pUtr  (1  .  h«Mne  a  l«iri.  A',  and  Ih.'  lU-MW 
\mt  H.  liHvini:  a  b«»'k.  *'.  aa  -et  fi>rtli 

7.  The  comhinalion  of  the  nw.!!*!*  n,  the  lliroa.l  iriiKlc  K.  tho 
latrh-tamor  K,  i)cca|».viiix  a  iKwitiim  in  advam-e  of  the  work  .m 
tlM-  iMiedWs,  and  doricea  for  (.prratinR  aaid  nocdiea,  guide,  and 
l»tch-tam«r,  wln-n-by,  a«  tliP  imHlloi  art  retn«t«l,  the  o\nH 
UUbm  are  att««d  m-iMi  bv  llifc  Uuhtnrner  Iwforv  they  ran  .-nt.  1. 
ill  i\w  imtfwlinK  e.«|fe  ofthe  work,  the  timing  "f  the  l«Uhe«  and 
tbf  [m>p«r  c-aatiiig  of  the  work  heinR  thaa  inanred,  nil  ai  net  forth, 

S.  Tho  ••ooibinatiori  of  the  thread-(tnide  E,  the  nee<ll»'«  a.  tite 
.elTati«>-h««"k*  •■  having  downwardly  bent  enda,  the  dejjrwwt.r  bum 
*.  and  d«TicoB  for  .iperatinjf  Mid  |»rta,  aa  »et  forth 

9.  The  roiiibinntUm  of  the  newllea  n,  the  thrw«l-(niide  K,  tlie 
pair  .rf  ih«ir».  and  dev»<-«a  f.«-  o|»r»tin({  wid  part*,  «*  dt-wriNyl, 
with  a  iprinf  plate./,  l«»ted  adjacent  U>  the  bladt.j  of  the  nhean., 
and  artiug.  in  conJanction  with  the  hUde/,  to  r.«Uin  the  end  of 
the  yam  afl«>r  the  »nie  ia  leTereJ,  aa  aet  forth. 

10.  nie  wMiibinaticHi  of  the  bar  I>  and  devicea  for  nxipn. 
nttinR  the  miw  with  tho  bar«  L  and  M  and  the  tpring  anii»  L 
and  M  ,  aaaet  forth. 

11.  The  cnnbinatiofl  of  the  bam  L  and  M.  having  o|wnin({»  / 
and  »,  with  the  bar  I).,  .priug-anni  L  M  .  loeking  lerem  K  and 
I',  ami  derit-ea  for  operating  aaid  b«r  D  and  Icven  N'  and  I',  iw 

■et  f«»rth  .  ..     .^     ,         rv 

li.  The  conthinatioii  of  tho  lever  N  and  V,  the  lever  g,  a 
cam  or  pattern  chain,  and  devic«a,  suhatantiAlly  aa  deacrihed. 
wherobT  the  elevatHMi  and  deprrwiion  of  the  lever  Q  ia  caiuted  X" 
iinpMt  the  within-dBK-rilwd  inovemenU  to  the  lever*  V  and  V.  aa 

■et  (brth. 

13.  Tfc«  oomblnation  of  the  levem  N  and  V.  having  pin«  a 
and  )>.  the  lever  Q,  having  pina  n  and  p,  devieea  for  operating 
■ud  lever  <J,  and  the  vertU«l  [HJat  f,  having  a  f<»rked  apiwr  end, 

aa  art  fiirth. 

1 L  The  wnjbination  of  the  bar  0,  the  iheara.  the  ami  ir',  the 
lever  «• ,  the  n«Kthed  h»r  r,  and  dcvicea  for  operating  aaid  hur  I), 

aa  ap«-itW«d. 

15.  The  combination  of  the  aheMii.  the  bar  I>,  having  a  ftnirer, 
f.  the  lever  Q,  having  an  arm.  x.  the  bar  V,  and  devicea,  «uh«Un- 
tially  aa  dem-rihed,  for  chwing  the  iiheari  on  the  movement  of  Miid 
bar,  aa  aet  forth. 

1«.  Th?  coinbinati<m  of  th«  Iwvel-wheel  I  ,  the  pinion  I',  the 
)Mr  I)  and  iu  Hnger  f,  the  lever  Q  and  iU  ann  r.  the  twr  T\  and 
devH-ea,  auhaUntially  aa  d«*:rihed,  ftw  reJe—ing  the  bevel  wheel  1 
on  the  luoveinent  uf  nid  bar  T".  aa  •perifled. 

229.710.      LDBIICATOI  roi  8T1AI    IH8I1II  CTLIMDIKS 
CatiLil    I     Joiiioi.   Btitoi.    laii.     fUU   lay  17     ItK 

(Na  ■•4*1.) 

Prirf—Tht-  oil-rnp  being  fliled  with  oil  and  the  cnp  of  the 
receptacle  and  Miiicavity  of  the  btittoni  pUile  tilled  with  w»»er. 
•team  ia  adiniUnd  fW>ni  the  napply-pipe  aad  aoMirniieil  on  oi>mJ»»f 
into  contact  with  the  water  in  the  rvcwptucl*  The  preaaorr  of 
the  atomi  now  forwa  the  watw  up  lhro«jfh  the  water-valve  inM 
the  olI-Mip  and  exerta  the  reqalred  preaanre  on  the  oil  to  ftm*  it 
thm«th  the  pipe  B  into  the  cylinder  of  the  eagine ;  and  aa  the 
rereptacle  alwara  onnteiw  water,  the  atCMn  ia  oondeoaed  aa  faal  aa 
it  r«K^heB  it,  thaa  aftirding  the  hbcb— ary  anpply  of  water  to  take 
the  place  nf  the  oil  Airead  oat  of  the  cap. 

C'Imim. — 1.  In  a  labricatnr,  the  emnhiiiatioii,  with  the  oil-<^up 
A  and  iU  diacharge-|>i|<e  B,  of  the  independent  receptacle  C".  in- 
lerptaed  between  the  bnttmii  of  the  inp  A  and  the  pipe  I),  and 
pmrided  with  a  r«nrave  bottom,  d,  inlet-apertnrea  *,  and  concave 
pUt«  orV-op  K,  adapt**!  to  retain  a  (wnnanent  anpply  of  water 
within  tiie  rweiitacle  V,  •obataiitiallv  ai  and  for  the  pnrjiOBe  de- 
ai-rihed. 


3.   Ill  *  liil>n>-alor.  tli-   (-oiiiliiiiation,  with  the  n-atnr-rei«pta<-le 

r   of  fhr  iiiiK'Hvc  |.Ut''  or  nip  K,  placed  within  it  and  having  it« 

iipper  i-<1:;c   pn>M<le<l  with   iiotchen  or  a|i«rtarea  ^,  t«  allow  of  the 

>H«iouf<'  of  the  natiT  fptiii  the  lower  lo  the  apper  portion  of  the 

rrxepiiK  |p  ('.  iiilMtiintmlit   aj<  iw>t  forth. 


229,711        WASHING     MACHINI         lOTll*    L    Jdlui.  H««tt 
Plttttnt    lowt       Fiud  Apr    &    1180       (Ntaoitl) 


<^lnin^ — III  *  wanhiiii;  liiiwhiw,  the  ronibination  of  a  reel  at- 
t:ir-hed  in  »  vertiral  nlmU.  h.  having  a  gear,  I,  »e<ared  tliereim, 
the  rlonhle  wgiiiental  guar  L.  with  central  holt,  A,  the  frame  K, 
perforat*^  side  piw  e  V  Aiid  the  »ide  pie<*  P,  formed  with  tb«! 
-lot  T.  gnide-llangw  d.  and  noti  ho»  jr.  and  the  movable  box  J.  pn»- 
vided  with  the  mde  rih«,  c,  all  oinntructed  »ahatantiallr  aa  and  for 
the  paqxiawi  herein  wl  forth 


229,712  COIN  SBPARATOB  Jiaii  H.  Ju»ii».  Ja«ki*i, 
■  leh  iiiii^aor  a!  oi«  ktU  of  kli  rlgkt  to  WiifUU  C.  H«y 
Mr  tad  W&ltar  ;  Htyiar.  laaa  pUee  Fll*4  Itr.  It,  ill*. 
(No  aodal.) 


VUn».  —  1  The  i-oiiitiination,  with  the  hopper  B,  of  the  hinged 
Hide  n  and  upring  <i,  whereby  coin*  are  prevented  fniin  clinking. in 
the  tl.niat  of  the  liopiKT  in  their  (Maaage  thrvogh  it,  anbatantialty 
a«  deecrihed.  and  for  the  purp^iae  aet  forth. 

2.  The  (-^iiibiDation,  with  the  box  A,  provided  with  onin|Mart- 

menta  *,  of  the  incline  c,  having  chute  K  and  opening  d,  atopa  C  (< , 

riaer  I>,  and  hopjier  B,  arrangwd  above  the  incline,  and  pmvide«l 

!  with  the  hinged  Hide  o  and  upring  «,  auhatantiallr  aa  doacrihed, 

'  and  for  the  punxiae  aet  forth. 


1229,713.      DTNAIOIBTRICAL    INOIWI    OOTBRMOR.       Hi»l 
IiDBioi    D»   Porait    Wit  ,  ntlgaor  to  klatolf  aid  Haia  S. 
I        eriada    laaa  ||la<a       Filad  Mov.  tO.  IITl. 

f7/ita«— Tlic   Hti-aiii- governing  device  conatroctod   aalMtan- 

itially  tun  .lew  rib.-<l,  »iid   coimiatiiig   of  a   loom'  driviiig-whwl,  H, 

iroi«hpii«e  I.  kpycl  on  the  driviiigidial^.  lexer  K,  |iiv.ilc<l  to  .  niw.- 

|.K<o«'  I.  npiral  Mpniiir  f-.  nuking  nhaft  M.  colhir  \.  -liding  on  the 

•Invini;  nhafV  K.  iinil   lever  (),  oouiicctiuj^HolUr  N  «ith  thi   «.  r<  w 

jirovenior  rod  t',  ox  btruiu  act  foflli. 


Jolt  6,  j88o. 


P.\TKNT  OFI'K  K. 


♦3 


229,714. 
aiaijior 

lattkai. 
Bodal  ) 


SLOP  BDCIIT  Gioioi  W  I»  apf.  Baltiaora  Id  . 
to  Joka  C.  lattkai  Jaaai  S  lai^raa.  aad  Willian 
oa«    fsirtk    to    tack        PiUd    Jean    3.    !8i0        (No 


CUiiiH.  —  1.  The  coiiihliiiitioii  of  It  cruiikixl  nxl  pivitliwl  to  the 
car  at  Iht  edge  of  the  d>Hir-i>|>ciiiii^  n  ith  n  door  hiiMc  to  thocntiikol 
(mrtion  of  Mnid  rml,  whereby  the  pivot  of  th«'  diM»r  itiii,  by  the 
tiiniine  i>f  the  n»d,  l>c  carried  lo  the  o(il*iik'  of  the  cur.  :ill  i»ul»- 
^:.ini liilK  .!!•  -M't  forth. 

2.  Till  <  ■•iiiltiiiulloii  of  n  iMitr  of  cmiikiil  ro>li<  pivotnl  l»  a 
ear  :it  <i|>|»witr  (ilifCK  of  the  d<Mir-o|M>niiik'.  »<  it*  <•<  nwiiig  itiltwanl. 
jiK  ili-xcnlnHl.  11  jBiir  of  (loom  bniii;  to  the  rnuikrtl  |>ortitii»ii  of  luid 
nMU  iiiiil  coiiKtriK-ti-il  to  iiioi'i  oM'h  olh<<r  in  order  to  cltMe  the  di><>r- 
WMv.  mid  iiiiMiiii'  for  rt'titiiiiii;;  mid  ibion  in  the  clowxl  |MMition,  a« 
mxx  itictl. 

'■i  T1>e  combination  of  a  craiiknd  rod  hang  to  a  CAr  at  one 
(xlge  of  the  il<Mir-4>|ieuiiig  no  a«  t4i  iwiiig  uutH'nnl,  na  diwHIml, 
with  a  diHir  piv<>t«i<l  to  the  cranknd  portion  of  aaid  rod  and  ca(ia- 
Ue  of  iiioviiig  vertically  themoii,  aa  dcHcribed. 

4.  The  i-oiiibinatioii  ortbc  cranked  roda  k,  liuug  tn  Uie  mr  at 
the  nlgtw  of  the  dmirway  F.  the  doon  .1  J,  hang  to  tbe  craukotl 
{Mirtionx  of  Miid  nalm  niid  tho  Ixilta//,  aa  B|iociti<Hi. 

5.  The  oMiilHiuitioii  of  Ik  crunkod  rod,  i,  hniig  to  a  oar  at  tIte 
tA^fp  of  the  door-o|>oniiig  ¥.  a  door.  .T.  hung  to  the  cranked  jior- 
tioii  of  Kiiiil  r<Nl.  and  n  tixcti  roUiining-bluck,  f.  on  the  duor-fMiMt  n, 
a»  act  forth. 


f7<(o»t.  —  .V  alop-Wiiter  |>ail  linviii;;  :\  [.bile,  r.  wvuriil  liori*iii 
tiilly  acnMe  the  U>p  and  covering  a  i>ortioii  of  tlif  loii.  and  a  i-o>.r. 
F,  liing<Hl  to  tbe  plate  r,  and  having  ii  flat  i»«rt,  jr.  whiib  when 
I  he  i-.iver  i«  rU>w<l  (lo«-ii  in  at  an  obliixe  iinub-  with  the  plat.'  t, 
w  licn'liv  when  the  eoxer  ii.  ral«<><l  until  ibr  |>art»  j  and  <  are  in 
contact  the  top  will  iii'liiie  IwirkuarJ.  a>  vl  forth. 


229,717.      HALTKR   TRIIIINO       Imiiit    0     LiTTi.  Prloid 
iklp.  aailgior  of  sat  kalf  of  kit  rifkt  to  Ctrvtj  D    Blakoa 
Itf    Baffalo    N    T       PlUd   lay   1)    1116.      (Noaodtl.) 
r 


229,715.      STESRINO  GKAR   POR  TRACTION   V  I  HICLIS 
aATio  N    Lituatd  HowifoCtMPBIILL.Rlckaoad    lid 
Apr     30     1880        (No  nodti  ) 


Filtd 


E^ 


~^il^ 


^^ 


t/ 


^ 


JX. 


CUiitti.  —  1.  A  halliT-elip  eoiii|i<i«(yl  of  an  open  frame,  e  r  il /, 
and  eiMiMtriKiifl  with  ii  niimil  \vit.ii.  projwtiiig  or  extending  o»cr 
the  o{K-n  KjiHcc  in  tlH>  iMtl  of  the  clip  and  ada|>1od  to  be  licnt  down 
ii|MHi  the  Rtraiw  to  (lamp  the  aniiic  together  afttT  they  have  he(>u 
placed  niMiii  the  bed  of  tlie  clip,  Hulwtaiitially  an  act  fitrtU. 

2.  A  halter.<  lip  c<iiiip«NH<d  of  an  o|>cn  frame,  r  r  d /,  aad  a 
rained  Imr,  t).  provided  with  a  atiibtongne.  A,  the  liar  being  adK|>ted 
to  Im'  Ih'IiI  doH  11  n|Miii  the  «tni|H>  to  M^Hrc  the  Mamo  t<tgeUicr  after 
the  Hlin]*  hav  c  Ix-eii  |>liiee«l  n|Kin  the  bed  of  the  clip,  and  a  loop,  I, 
ndapli-d  lo  ri'ieiM  a  bit  uttat liniciit,  Huliataiitially  an  art  forth. 


229,718.      MACHINE   FOR   COILING   WIRK   AND   BODS       Wa. 
J     Liw;8.  Pitubcrit    Pa        PUod  Nov     II.    1871. 


"jT 


CUitm. —  I.  In  I'aMlibiiialioii  with  tlie  pivoted  HleeniiL'  Hvh"  of 
a  lr»clioii-vebicle,  a  e4iunU'rnli.itt  arrangi«l  traimverwly  Iwiieath 
the  vehicle,  having  llK'niiii  a  eiintiiinoiu  Kpiral  (ipmim'  Ixtwecn  ita 
iN-ariilga,  winding  thereon  in  *aid  gnwoe  ,t  miigle  chain  alliielietl 
at  it«  cimU  to  till'  axle,  with  worm  gejir  or  other  ineaiiN  for  aduat- 
iiig  auiil  ooHiitcr-«ha(\  hi   the  alU'iidant,  BulwUiiiliallN  a*  hju'i  itied. 

i.  In  combination  with  n  Htc«Tiiig  cluiiii  <ablo  arrHiit.iHl  and 
o|ierating  in  conniM-tioii  with  tbe  pivot4<d  truik  of  a  traction  ve- 
hi.lo,  for  the  puqxMe  diwriUxl.  the  winding  nbaft  I).  e«)ni«lrinte<l 
w  ith  Hpiral  iiiaiii  and  mippb mental  griHUCw  for  tnidins  and  n"tHin- 
iiig  Ihu  chain,  iti>  m-t  forth 

220,716.     GRAIN  CAR  DOOR      W  illi  »  a  J    L  «tta  aad  S*«D1L 
W.    NitUL.    Pklladtlpkla     Pa         Filed    Hay    5.    1880         (No 
nodti. ) 
Jli-irf. — Tbe  grain  diwirn  are  binirixl  to  i-ank-nriiiK  pivoti^l  al 

the  CHli;a  of  the  diM>r-oi>eniiig  *'  ax  to  nwin>r  .-Mraiioit  the  ontxide  of 


(  tn>m.  —  1  In  a  win>  or  rod  coiling  machine,  an  eliingiile«l- 
y  KbaiH-<l  giiule  liMMiig  n  ttaring  fntnt  and  (Mmllel  xidiw 

2.  In  a  eoilini:-nia<-biiie.  the  eoiiibiiiation  of  ihe  ri'<-l,  tbe 
Kliaft  A,  collar  I,  bat  ing  cam-gn«ive.  Htadd<>«l  crank  /,  aliafl  «, 
tbe  ear.      Verticjii   iinmiiienl  of  the  dixirw  ix  jin'venttxi   by  sloiw  '  crank  r.  piliiiiiii  rf.  and  pivirted  gnide  (I,  unhatantially  aa  doacribcd. 


on  the  diHir  |Kitit«.      Tbe  dixirx  are  xnitably   Ixiltcd 


8.  Ill  a  eoiliiiL'-miM'hinc,  the  nmibination  of  tuboUr  abaft  I> 
and  reel  H  » ith  the  collar  K.  abaft  .1,  and  atri|i|ier  f  r  t  f,  aobatau- 
tially  ax  xliown. 

4.  In  a  coiling-iiiachiite.  a  rocl.  H,  com]mac<l  of  V-*haped 
nnim  having  their  bniad  jMirtiuDa  facing  the  axia.  aabatiuitially  aa 
deacribcd. 


229,719       MAGNETO  ELICTIIC   lACHlNB       Tioati  W.  Lit 
iRG^TOD    Aiaiwortk.  Iowa       Filid    lir.   It    1180       (lodtl.) 
liruj. — The  idytx-'t  of  the  ap|iaratiu  ia  to  geiiena«-  cl«tri<-ity 
fVir  I  iiralive   pQr)KiMw.  and    inejuin  arv   providtxl   for  varying   tbe 
qnan!il\   and  liitenxllv  of  the  ele»lrK  elimMlUl. 


+->• 


OFFICIAL    CJAZFTTF. 


July  6,  1880. 


JcLy  6,  1880. 


U.  S.  FATKNT  OFT'ICE 


CUtim.  —  I     III  iiiitifiK'tii  ilwtrii  iiiarliinrw,  Ihr  r«nil)iniition  of 
till-  iiiaiT'X'*'*  ^'  iiiiMJIaliiiL'  Im'U'Ik  'I.   iniiiliinM  '/,  hIu'O  <•,  nnil   h|ii 
tUvt  r  1^,  miliotniiliallv  ^u.  Iir-.iii  uli.'vwi  .iml  ilnM-nl--*!. 

2.  T\tr  r«uii>iii«ti>.ii.  willi  llii-  niaijitft*  A.  "f  lli.  npitli  r  r, 
j.iiii.  1,  iUkI  ii.\ju»«at>l.   :»nii  *.    im  .»iii1  f^r  (In-  piiriKiw  <]K-.irn-<l 

.'J.    In  ma({in-ln  olotr'f  iiruiiiiu-M.  ll"'  ri.iiiliiiiutinii  of  tin-  .ul 
jiiHtal.lf  iinii  ;>,  upriiii;  I.  iiiul  tlic  mrniUxl  Mliitl  ».  »iilwlantiall.v  a» 
ami  for  tlic  parjximi  miwiHc*!. 

i.  In  nuMfnet<>  tl«M  trK-  niachimw,  the  pInU'  o,  ailjuatablf  on 
tlio  npidir  e".  anJ  cairyiiiif  the  circuiUlminR  •iwinR  /.  In  i-oiiibnia 
tiim  witli  tlio  ncrrHtoi  winx-l  n,  miUitoii'ially  ivi  »i>mih»>«I. 

5.    Ill  iiiaifiioto-cleclric  iiiiM-hiiHW.  tito  «»iubiii«tirrti  uf  the  ii«l 
jiiMabIc  anil  w  witli  Um-  cin-nil-tl<iMn«5  »J'""K  '•  nubnUntiallv  an 
mH'<  itit-d 

li  III  a  iiiatfiicUi  elftctrW-  iiiarliiiie.  tin-  coinbinatuMi  of  ih.i 
Hl..(l*!el  nwintfliiK  I'lair  ...  itlnttml  :iriii>,  *V'^>"«  ''  »""'  *•'"<''  »•  ■<"'' 
olAiitialh   M  licnin  nbown  aiul  ilii«fnl»e«i. 


229.720.      VIMTlLATmO    EilLSOAD    CAES.   *.; 
Llotd.  yi«Blistoi.  M    J       FiU<   n%j  n.  !S7». 


Joil    8 


tliipl  wIk^I.  hu%  iiiK  aiiixk,  n,  tranHmitting  wlioci  B,  uunii^clatch 
uleeve  A,  ami  «|iriiii;  ami   h  ,  harinir  fixed  arrcw-«tad   rf",  with   a 
Irvpr,  I>,  liarini;  bt^velud  pr<ij<M'tiiif{  portion  d,  »ll  u  deacribed. 

3  In  «top  watc.bw,  tlie M.mbi nation  of  tbe  transmittinfr  inech- 
aniNiii  j\  H.  clut'-ti  ilpvi<*  (',  and  friction-diak  «  of  tho  arbor  of  the 
tiiiiini;  band  witb  a  it^vcr.  I),  that  iti  adapted  to  ap|iU  or  reUauMi 
the  i'liit<-h  devii'i-  from  tlic  tran«!nitting-wh«el  ■iinultaiMMHial.v 
with  bindinK  ""  i>r  n-lcaninj;  tb"  friction-diak  of  tbc  tiuK<-baiid, 
jnbMtantialh  ac  net  forth. 


Ctniwi. — Thf  pi[i«'  1),  baviiiK  opciilnio)  d  and  tl  and  damper  rf*. 
.i|ii-ral<'d   from   th<-  rab  of  llif  cnKino  by  mt^aiM  Mutwlanlially  a» 

uliow  II  and  ilf^cribtnl.  ^^^ 

229,721.      TOT    PISTOL        HiKBT    8     Lociiwoop     Soath    Nor 
wtlk.  Coil  ,   »i«lg»'>r   »o   l>)i»i«!f   »i<i   WillU»    A    Wk«»l..- 
itat  pU<«       Pilsd   iiy  22.  IS80       <M9Bod«l> 
Jlnff'  T\w  Uirn  1  in  li.  id  iii  liriii;;  iHwiliou   b\  .i   iinijitliou 
(III  tUc  luair  of  Ihc  haiiiiiKT 


WlLLliH 
rilti  Aft 


229,724.      BETSOP   OP   LATlNft   BRICI  LIHIHOS. 

i    HAH   4id   RoaiKT  S    Smeii.  Plttibarg.  P». 

3,  ISSO       (No  ■adol  ) 
lirief.  —  A  fiiriia«-<'-lininK  conatniftcd  of  brick-work  in  com- 
tiiiuouK  bi-lical  or  wpiral  cocracs  laid  uii  scfrmontal  cuatiiiga,  tlic 
ii|i|»T  siirtiu-c«  of  wliicli  art'  pitched  to  one  or  inorc  ■•oending 


(lnJm.  —  \  toy  pi»t4d  coiwirting  of  the  »tn«  k  A,  tho  Uaiiniicr 
d  it,  thf  triirn^r  c,  llie  bn-«>rli  plate  /.  and  the  barrel  h  h  ,  tli^  latt*r 
"■pivoted  U-two<-n  tlic  end*  of  miid  |.Utm,  and  all  amln^'^Ml  with  r.> 
*|i«t  to  latli  other  wihaUiiitially  ssk.  uliowii  and  do*  rilx-d 

229,722.  ■IXINQ  AND  KKBDING  APPARATD8  KOR  8RIND 
IN9  MILLS  J.«i«  P  LowfLL.  P<r««llTlll«.V»  In-i  }l».t 
14    mo       (No  ■i»d«l  )  .       ^^v^^>    •     ^ 


Claim.  — \  A  linine  for  famiirt*  and  iuiak>K<>n«  atmctarca, 
conij>om-<l  of  britbi  laid  in  eontinmnw  helical  or  »pir»l  coar««, 
coinbiiiwl  with  foundation  iieeiiiPiita  or  pUU«(  baviiin  tJieir  npiM>r 
iOirfa<tw  ronfoniie.!  to  the  pitxh  of  the  countca,  auhstontially  M  do 
wrifuHl. 

2.    A  foundation  for  helical  r<>nrw<a  in  brick  •tnictnrea,  ckmi 
siatinx  in  (»<y'ui""t«  '"■  plate"  having  their  ni»p«>r  surface  |iituh<'d  lo 
one  or  nmre  aai-wndinu  npirala,  »nbrt«nti»Ily  a*  deecribed. 

,'»  .\  double  wall«l  brick  rtrncJnre  onmpotied  of  two  walU 
b.«li.ivlh  ooursi-d,  the  n'Sjieetive  (x»ir««i  of  both  walU  ranniug  in 
opixmite  dirwtion*. 


229,726      LAWN  iOWlR      8»«dil  W   Iaitim  »•*  Ciiitii 
H     P»iiioi«    SprlarftnU.  Ohio,  tmlgiOM  to  Mtit.  P»M  »  C».. 


i  i 


f'Uia*.— Ill  »  loill  feeding  and  mixin(;  inathiue.  thec«>inbin»- 
tioii  of  the  li..p|«i  A.  the  sliafl  H,  and  ito  attached  aia)iO>oaJ  feed- 
whoel,  and  tho  wijH'r  blade*  K,  the  ncrew  conveyer  1  ,  arranged 
Uneath  the  hop|Mr  iii  troutih  I,  and  the  meehine  >re«rinK  K  K  , 
appli<-«l  r>-ji}Hxti*il>  lo  tlnMiidnof  natd  fihaft  and  oonvever,  no  that 
Ixrth  niUUe  14iu<IIh  r  with  Ih"  lUfin-d  inxariable  ratio  of  »p«wd,  %» 
hIiowii  ami  di-w  rlhi'd. 
229,723.     STOPWATCH      HiitT  A    Loain    NswTnrk   N    T 

a>>l(ior    to    klMiiir    %\i    Proip«r    Nordatii     •>■•    pl»e. 

Pllid  Al(    13     1871 
C\nm  —1     In  rtoivwatchea,  the  combination  of  arUir  A   of 
the  third  whnel.  Mid  arhtrt-  h»Tin(<  a  tlxe.1  diak.  o.  and  «fpiarp  j-r 
ti-.ii  aliove  the  di«k,  ami  of  tbc  tmnainiUinit  wheel  B,  with  a  poni 
<al  .■lntch-i.l.---ve,  i.  bavmjt  •  Klii*re  hole  for  the  arbor,  snd  with 
a  bindiiiK  .prini."»niu  h  .  nobnUntially  an  and  for  the  pnrix«-  do 

•crilxxl.  , 

i    111   »toi^«»tthe«.  the  combination   of  flic  arl».r    \    of  il..' 


Claim.— i.  The  ronibination  of  the  main  frame,  the  two 
u'nmnd  wheels  ..npjM.rtinK  the  saiiie,  and  tlic  cutter-head  mounted 
ill  the  frame,  with  itii  axis  in  ad'-ance  of  tbe  axia  of  the  wbeela, 
and  iw  fnmt  iiide  in  rwir  of  Uie  fn.nt  of  the  wbeeU,  mbatantially 
It*  and  for  the  purix"'*  dcm-rilR-d. 

2  A  frame  plate  for  a  lawn  mower,  roocaaod  to  permit  two 
piiiioiut  to  W  applie<l  fn.iii  <ip[«imlc  *idea  and  Reared  togetlior,  »nl>- 
►ti\iiti»llv  iih  ithowii  iiiiil  di-scrihcKl. 

:<  The  frame  plafi-  rccciwe<l  at  rf  anil  proridod  wtth  the  open- 
in^-  ...  foniiiiis;  *  c.iiiiiiiuiiejition  U^twoeii  the  oppoaite  aide*  of  tbe 
plate,  w  ••liowii  ;in<l  diwrilxxl. 

t.  Tbe  frame- pli.t.  for  a  lawM-iiiower,  liavintt  the  rwie»  rf, 
oiieniiiB  r.  .411.1  iK^ariiiu  *.  an  dew  ril>ed  and  nhown, 

5    Tlie  fniiiH-plaU-  providinl  «ill.   the  oiioiiiiijt  d  and  Waring 

h      1«  >.ll'>«  II 


6.  In  Ufniibiiiation  nitli  tin  rjniiiepl.'iie  Imrinc  the  o|>eiiinK 
or  reoeno  d  and  beariiif:  A,  the  eup-pieee  ;«,  pi-ovidiil  with  the 
flange  m  . 

7.  The  combination  of  tin'  frame  pl.ite  huvii,^  reons*  d.  the 
•utter  providM  witli  piniou  k.  tb*'  double  pinion  «  o,  the  pinion  /», 

and  the  ground whoel  clutcluH]  lo  pinion  /).  aa  iliwrilx^d. 

8.  In  a  lawn-mower,  tbe  roinbiniition  of  a  fraiin-plali'  and 
two  Hpurpini.mt  located  on  op(»,>site  »tde»  of  imid  plate  and  irear- 
ing  t«»gether  in  one  and  the  Mine  plane  throagli  an  o|>ciiing  in  tlic 
plate,  anhatAntially  aa  deeeribod  and  kIiowu. 

229,726.     ICI  CRKAil  BIATER      Joii  IrAmiPiT    Pkllaitl- 
rkia,  Pt       Filtd  Mir  i.  1880       (Modil.) 


3.  In  a  a«gar-chop|iiiig  iiiM'hiiio,  the  nmibinalion  of  pnotitl 
knivtw  or  cuttem  A  with  guidoM  ('  ahd  upriiigii  K.  urraiigitl  uimI 
o|M'mtiiig  an  herein  itei.  forth. 

229,729.     CHURN       AnDiiw  liiK!.  ToltiboroiKk.  kitlKior 
to  WillitB    BowBaa    S    A    Day.  aad  Tkoaai    Jrffersot   Bark 
lej,   aaa*    piacp.   aad    H     C     Barkl«y     ItTainllt     Kt        fi\ti 
■  ar.  I«    18fi0       (Ma  aodd  ) 


Claim. — In  an  ice-cream  beater,  the  coiiibinati.m,  with  a  ro- 
tary ahan  having  anii»  B,  with  the  end  notches,  e.  of  the  *crai>er 
<J,  working  in  naid  not<-he8,  having  |)in»  /  at  the  lower  end,  and 
oounected  with  iihaft  by  a  bar,  K.  Haid  bar  tjeing  ptvoUxl  to  the 
•cra|>er  and  shaft,  a«  ^liown  and  deeerilied. 


229,727.    LiPTiNe  JACK 

ly       Ulad    Ajr    7.  18«0 


Jtaia  P    IcCoiaici.  LoiUtIII*, 
(Modal  > 


Clnim. — The  coiiibiiiation  m(  the  daaher  I>  ,  daahcr  rtxl  I), 
Wveleil  p-Mrx  K  K,  eonnertiiig  rod  (i.  leier- bamltr  ){.  link  K. 
daah  1  ,  and  retiprocating  daah  rod  1.  MubetaiUially  a*  doncrilK^l, 
for  the  pui'iMKW  i|N<('ili<>d. 

229,730.  DREDOINO  MACEIMI  Joi  liioi  Pciai  MukrI 
La  Pllad  Ai;  SO,  1171 
lirirf. — The  hinged  bui  kef  Ixittrtiii  i«  nnpport^xl  with  it*  loriil 
an  it  travbln  np  the  carrier-frame  by  a  nolid  top  or  plati'  thereor 
The  backeta  are  aecunnl  lo  the  wire  rojxw  thmagb  the  medinia  of 
lioUow  bliK-ka,  in  which  the  miMW  are  cramped  aronad  a  pin  A 
weight  applied  to  a  draft-roiK?  keep*  the  boat  t<'  ita  work.  I><>- 
vinea  are  applied  to  cut  the  marwh-itiMl.  to  elevate  the  fhunc,  to 
align  the  work,  and  to  prevent  »ide  drift. 


Clmm.—\.  The  combination,  with  the  aUtioiiary  odninn  A, 
having  upwanlly-im  lined  teeth  on  opposite  aidca,  of  the  movable 
liar  O,  having  Inj:  r  and  hea«l  it.  the  lever  1),  and  tlw  downwardly 
acting  pawli  K  K,  pivototi  Ui  opptwite  armi  of  aaid  lever,  aa  abown 
and  doacribed. 

2.  In  a  lifting-jack,  the  combination,  with  the  hollow  ctdnnin 
A,  provided  with  rack-teeth  «  a  and  alot  »,  of  the  working-bar  (', 
provided  with  lug  e  and  hejid  d,  nubatantially  a«  beroiu  abown 
and  deacribed.  

229,728.     APPAEATD8  POR  CH0PP1E6  80GAR  IMTO  LUMPS. 
PMDiiiCK  B    MoCn*.  Ralltf .  »«*  lD*i»»  *   Cowria,  Waal 

■  liatar.  Biclaid.  Pllad  Apr  «.  U»«  (Na  ■•dal.)  P»t- 
nUd  ll  Kagltid  J1I7  18.  1871 
Brief.— The  wigar  chopper  for  cutting  fugar  alaba  into  iunii* 
of  ordinary  aiae  baa  op[>o«te  acU  of  knivea.  rtM-ijirocating  and  lat- 
erally yielding  by  iiieaiia  of  guided  and  apringa.  in  combination 
» ith  a  alab-aupport  and  reciprocating  alidea,  in  which  batter  aaid 
knivea  are  fukTuiiied. 

FT 


CUtaa.— 1  III  a  machine  for  rotting  angar,  tbe  wriea  of  re-  \ 
ciprocating  and  Uterally  .yielding  knivei.  for  dividing  the  i.lal»  of  j 
sugar  into  Imniw  of  soiUble  "ijw  for  ordinary  a»c.  sulialantialiy  as 

diwrilw-d.  . 

i  In  a  sngar-chopping  machine,  the  combination,  with  tlie 
^iigar-Bnpjxirt  and  witb  the  reciprocating  slide*,  of  two  op|x»itc 
mU  of  reciprocating  and  latcrall>  yielding  kuMes  fulcrunie.1  in 
HUid  slidm.  autwtiuitialh  ««  licnin  ilencriln-d. 


CUtim. — 1  A  dretige  bucket  provided  witli  a  pivoted  bottom 
that  is  held  chiM^d  while  being  drawn  up  to  the  dinchargiag-chBte 
by  meana  of  logs  or  rollers,  it  lieing  aopported  by  the  npjM-r  aide 
of  the  bocket-flvuie  or  ita  centm!  plate.  W.  as  ikwnlioil.  and  for 
the  parpoae  act  forth. 

2.  Tbe  improved  nieaiu  hereiu  shown  and  deerrilMHl  for  at- 
taching tbe  backets  to  their  wire  n>pea,  the  same  (Mtniistinn  of  the 
abafts  f  f'.  links  z.  and  blocks  O.  applied  to  tite  ihains  in-  wire 
rt>pet  in  the  manner  act  forth,  sabstantially  aa  and  for  the  pur]Hiiie 
deacribed. 

3.  In  a  dredging  ■  niachiuo,  the  coiabination  of  capstan  *i. 
lilocka  fl.  rope  10.  aad  weight  II.  whereby  the  l>>at  is  iH'ld  up  lo 
its  work  or  moved  forward  tbercl^i.  sulMtanti»ll>  as  dox-rilied. 

4.  Tho  improved  means  herein  diwribed  for  raising  and  low- 
ering tbe  lower  end  of  the  biuket-fraine.  the  same  consistiiis  «f 
screws  X.  nuts  P.  boxes  Q,  bsvine  side  pins.  1.  jonrnaletl  in  Uixua 
R,  that  are  secured  to  tbe  sides  of  tbe  ImwI  or  the  pn>j«ctini{  frame 
B,  for  the  purpose  set  forth. 

5.  Ill  a  dredging-iiiachiiM'.  the  arrangeiiieiit  of  outriirgi'P..  fn.m 
the  ertn>iiiitie«  of  »hi(li  wcii^ht*  2  an  '•ii<<|M'iidi-<l.  for  tli<  pi  rti<»i 
84^  forth 

6.  The  iitippiMtl  liiCJiiiK  inniii  o.wnlNsl  |.t  o|»  m  mii;  !  I,, 
boat  in  {jaralM  line*  with  one  siih'  of  the  iKiiik.  lli'  hjumc  .ohki.i 
ing  of  a  floating  frame  om'  (•<lgc  of  «  Inch  w  *<iii\il  lo  i\  I'WOl-  or 
staples  I  to  the  side.if  the  Ixmt,  i«i>l  frame  ciMwintiriu'  of  Iw.  )«iir 
allel  tlliilxn,.  i  5.  coniiecUnl  b\  jHMrted  Mnix"  <•  7.  ;i>  .low  rilx-<l, 
and  for  the  piinxwc  set  forth 

7     In  a  ilnilife  iKwt.  tin    ji"i|i-.  nui;  in,  •  «  "•  ^.  biiviii!:  .  iittfrs 


+6 


OFFICIAL    (^.AZKTTK. 


July  6, 


1880. 


T  •cctirwl  tt»  tlio  ouUt  cttroiuitK!*  Uicre<»f,  «  iKitirilwiil,  «imI  f<>r 
I  be  miriin*!  net  f<»rtli, 

H.    A  ilmlirr  In*!  |«r«TiiJ<>.»  wi»li  piv.rtiol  »i.l.-  »li.)rr«  or  «]«iin<. 
1.1,  Um)  Uiwcr  pikU  ..f  whiili  an-  fiiniwlicd  with  Wmlw  II,  a»  il< 
•crilml.  Mill  for  tl«r  [inTWf  g|>«-«i)u<l 

2^20,731.      C00PLIM8    LIMI    FOR    RAILROAD    CARS        Ali,i» 
■  iDDLiToi    Philidtlpkii.  P»       rwti  P«b    U    ISSO 


220,733.      ROCIIia   CHilt.      IBII.   MicHiiLl.  Ckleigo,  111. 
Fi!«ii   iune    >     ItTI. 


('Uim.—\  wcWIts*  link  of  utoi'l  the  ewU  of  whii  h  »r<-  iT-<n 
Titrm\  in  thirkm-^  ami  in  which  ttc  (frniii  "f  the  iiicUl  i»  dtraiifht 
thrtHiKbonU  i»k  »t  forth.  

220.732.     CHAIR  SRAT   LOOI       Joi»  CuilT    liLKt.  Lo»i« 
ftlU,  Ij  .  tMifior  t«  L*ig  *  Brotktr  Ck»lr  Coapiiy    »t«« 
pl4i(       ru<d  Pib    I.  1810 
/<r„y_nic  ( bmir-M«t  ia  wtmnd  with  an  Piidlaw  warp  pn-- 
M'lilinK  two  rounw»,  oiie  ou  the  Uip  and  one  on  the  hi>tt«>iii,  before 
it  is  briMiKht  tii  the  Uwmi.     The  nciit  i»  then  fl«trn<«d  in  it  nwivehyl 
nml   alktiiiK  frauic  fonuinu  a   part  of  the   Uioiii       Two   rack*  an- 
then  \nmn\  betwwn  llie  two  M>ta  of  warpa,  otie  above  ami  .«m<- 
»icU»w  the  ««l-fV»uic.      Tb«^«l«<  rackii  are  then   tnmed  to  intiriiienh 
w  itb  other  nukn,  tlKTi;bv  r.iniiiiitt  lb.-  iihe»l.      The  lillinft  i«  iiinert.'*!, 
and  ■•  tlie  rackn  nrv  ri'biuiwl  ihi-  p.liain(t  frame  \»  for(p<l  Iwu-kwanl 
U>  beat  np  the  (lllintr.     Tlie  uliUine  frame  ii  then   moved  i«i<le«  u<o 
|4>  niahk  an  nltornate  nhwl  to  he  formwl  and  another  tillinc  iutri>- 
diKi'd  uikI  lifiilen  up  h>  a  n|Mtifion  of  the  aauie  moveiiunU. 


CMm. In  a  nwkiMir-<  liiur,  the  t-ombinalion  «»f  llie  1m«c  C, 

the  iut'niM.h.itr  r.vuh  Iiil'  O-iiim',  H.  iWH-nre*!  bv  <«-ntral  pivtit,  il. 
III.-  iiiiti  tn.ti.m  P.ll.p.  <■,  tl..-  ni.kinu-chair  frame  A,  baviin; 
(•iirM-.l  riH  k'-ni  ••.  iiiiule  In  tin-  mUe  raiU  of  the  wHt,  and  the 
Kpniie  •  iiiino Hon  /  iN-fwii'ii  the  chair  and  intcrniodiate  fr»nie, 
(oimtru.  i,-.i  ,iiiil  .irraiiL'til  -iilwtHiilmlly  »»  dcw'ribtHl  and  nl.owii. 

229,734.      CHAIR  SEATING  ■ACHINB.      Joi»  Cb«1I  llLLlI, 

LonuviiU     Kv         Filed    Dec     «     1878 


ClAim.  —  \u  ii  iiiwliine  for  putting  the  warp  on  a  chuir-neat 
fraiiiv,  till-  M>iMl>imiii.iu  of  till-  ihii<-kiiii;-di«k«  A  A,  moehaniaiii 
t4)  11. late  till'  'oiMM  .il  .1  miifonii  rale  of  nj>e«sl.  the  wrew  <\  and  de- 
Ti<-.*H,  im  ili-Mi  riU<l.  to  I  oniiott  the  RHme  witli  the  attiialiuK  iiiwh- 
aniitm  of  tl..-  mii.l  .li»kii,  the  nut  1,  Ruide-nKl  I),  and  pKoUyl  or 
adjUMtahl.-  trivcling  jfiildc  H,  with  arm  <>,  rolli-rn  M  N,  and  t<-n- 
■lon  (leM.<-  Y  X.  all  ( oiwtrncttxl  siitwtjintiallj  mt  and  for  the  pnr- 
|MiMeH  lic-niii  !tet  forth. 

229  735.      INSULATKn    ELKCTRIC   COMDDCTOR       ALr««D?. 
■  Uai    PbiUd.lplilt    P»      PlUd  Biy   11     H»0       (MoMod.l) 


rlatm. All  I'lfitriral  <-tindu<-tor  in  whieh  one  or  more  rbaina 

arc  c.iMl.iii.tl  with  nii  inmiUtiiiK  eover  or  wrai.inin:  wliieh  w.  en- 
vlo]*  'lo-  .liMii  iir  I  liiiiim  a»  U>  iiwun-  the  meUllic  <«ntact  of  the 
liiik.<.  Biilmtaiitlallv  m«  ib-wrilx'd. 


229,736 

kill.  N 


HTPRAUl-IC    KOTOR        JoHli    P 
f        Piled   Apr    13     1880        'No  ■ 


lORTiogit. 
d«I.) 


Pfiki- 


(7*«i^— 1    In  a  bi.«n  ft»r  wmTinR  ebair-aciita,  th"  longitudi 
„*llv-m.»«blc  carriaee   B,  pmvidod  with   Um.^  lal/^rally   u.oxal.le 

rra...e  ('  aini  cenlrttilvpiv.rt.Hl  frame  I),e»rr>in«t hair  boldor, 

,.uli>tantiAllv  a*  and  for  the  purp-nwa  Iteriin  .«t  forth 

1  Tlw'  L^«nh»n.tkH.  of  the  nuka  X  X,  pn.vided  with  the 
.  i,r>«  Y  Y  and  journaU  R  R.  and  uie<lianUm.  a>  de«  nhcl  to 
m-tiiate  the  -u..e,  whert-l.T  the  ««n«.  of  tlM.  waq.  art^  Miif^.d  U. 
f,H^.  IIh:  »Ii«1  for  the  i.i*rti..u  of  the  ftllinK.  »uliat*ntiall.v  m  .t 

forth.  , 

:»    Hio  mcki.  (i  O  and  tlK>ir  »nvp.»rtin(:  and  artuatmu  nie<n- 
aniaiM,  in  o.Mnbiuali.Hi  with  the  chair  .«tm.p|«.rtinK  frame,  the 
»i.d  ra.  k.  hemp  adapted  U.  e.igape  and  hold  the  lillinK  a«  the  «.«t 
and  iU  fhime  arr  moved  to  piuh  the  »lllin(.'  U.  iU  placr,  .nUtan 
liallv  i«"  de««rib«-d. 

4  III  a  h»MH  f.w  wenvinit  ehair-«cilj..  tbi-  .t.mbination  of  th. 
*.n.mlinrrwk»  X  X.  Uie  n«ka  (1  <1.  and  m«b»i.i.iii  wbcrebv 
th«  two  wta  »(  r«k.  may  be  ..perated  .imull«n«.a«l.v  and  the 
nwkii  a  ..peTmUrf  iBU.MK.ml«itl.T  of  the  nuka  X.  .nh.tMt.all>  aa 
and  ftw  tlie  pnn»»ni  herein  aet  f«»rth.  .   ,^.   ,-      ,    , 

5  The  e.wilMmUi.H«.  with  the  rmcka  O  «  and  X  X.  of  the 
c-nccd  .--Ilia  J  .».  ann.  g  Q.  with  luuidk-  nrf  S.  jnide  n«l.  1  I, 
aprmip.  -.   -,  tn^h-  joint   leTen.   L  U  lever.   M  M,  »!.««  T    ■»'»! 

.treadle  N,  ..ihirtanlmlK  a»  and  for  the  purj-wo.  lor-  in  »et  (ortl. 


('lttiin.--i  The  KMiibiiiation,  in  a  h.vdranlic  motor  or  water- 
.„«"»•■.  of  i  rotarv  water  whwl  pn»i.led  with  an  annuUr  aeries 
„rinrve<l  tubalar  hn.  k.ti.  at  it*  i^npherv,  leading  from  a  receaa 
at  itJ.  center  and  t.-n.-matinc  at  their  <.nU-r  cnda  in  contraet«l 
di*  liaru.  -"peiiinKH.  with  a  rtationarr  nwerroir  l.Kiita-d  in  said  re- 
rewand  pn.rMl.-.t  «ith  .■vn  induction-port  and  one  or  more  ch)n- 
C-iUHl  rdn.tion  Hater  ir.n.l.*.  arrant-ed  to  fonn  the  water  into  .me 
or  .lion  r.-jniim.  Hn.l  .In.-t  the  .uui.e  ajtainat  the  inner  fiwe- of 
th.-  hiK-k.-t...  ..iUt..n(i»ll-.     .-  .10.1  l-o-  the  pnr|«w  ">■■.  f'-rth. 

•I  Th.  r..iiil>inati.m.  m  a  wat.  r-ein;iiie,  of  a  rotarv  water 
wl,.*l  privi.le.!  »itb  a  iMripberal  «ene«  of  iiiclinwl  bmk.U  leiwl 
inif  fr...i.  >t  .-entral  «i«<e  or  reetwa  and  oj^'iiing  .>.itwan11y,  with 
tl„.  .tAti.xiarv  re«cr\..ir  !,K-«t.-d  witliin  said  «(«i.-e.  and  havme 
a  thirkn.,-,!  «all  m  whi.  h  th.-  .■ducf^.m  waUr  u'lii.l.-  i.«  f-H-nM^l. 
«(,.r.-l.N  th.  ><  <i.r  i»  foriM.-.l  ml-'  .»  .oluniii  »M-f.>n-  Ix-iiiK  di-. 
,  .l.ar^.Hl  .ti-i.  n..  -u.-kel*.  i.ul»t«.tullr  a»  ..uJ  for  th.-  piiq-^e 
iM  t  forth. 


July  6,    1880. 


V.  S.   PATKXT  OFKKi: 


♦7 


220,737.     ORAIM  L01DU6  SCOOP   AUD   RLIVATOE. 
Ilia  B.  ItaDii,  Wkltikall.  Wit.     PU«d  117  l»,  Itie. 

■•<•!. ) 


WiL 


229,741 


f'Miia. — 1,  A  slio^.-l  lilatU'  uiaiinfiii-tiinul  of  .■oiiipr.wml  \<a- 
per,  a«  a  ;;ew  artielc  of  iiiaiMilitcliirc 

2.  .\i>  a  new  iiiaiinfartnr.-,  a  |Ki|H'r  xhoxcl-blail.-.  iw  .l.-acrili.-.). 
.^mibin.-<l  with  a  baTi.lle  and  plate*  .ir  Ktni|»>  f.ir  Kc-urini;  the 
xani.-.  wnlw.tanti.illv  !v.  "ot  fiirtli. 


229.742. 

NlkllT. 


IKTHOD   OF   lAKINO    CORBED   CHAINS 
Attlebsraiirk.  Ii«i       Piled    Dee    31.  187t 
f '6  I      ^^  A  _        riG  a 


PiTII 


o 


CUti-m. — Tlie  cniiihinati.m  of  the  Inick-fhiine  with  the  ncnop 
H,  alidoa  C,  scttom  E.  hiup-d  frame  H,  and  cxnla,  ai.  herein  abuwu 
and  act  forth. 


229.738.  HATCHID  BOOI  lull  l«DiT.  Pitritlli  tl 
tlgBor  to  kiaieU  aid  Beijtali  loore.  Brovklji  N  T  Piled 
Dee    IS.  1871  ^R 


ClaiM. — 1.  Ak  an  improved  arti.lc  of  iiianufiu-ture,  a  matched 
hook  inaile.  miUttantiwllv  :u.  hen-iii  shown  and  deaorilied,  of  two 
jHirta,  .me  of  whi.-li  t-arrieo  a  (M|nan'-«teiiniKHl  piv.iu-il  button  and 
lo<  kinjj-aprinpi,  the  ..tlier  |i;irt  U-inn  iilutted  U>  |>ihm  the  homl  of 
the  bntton,  aa  a<>t  f.irtli. 

2.  In  a  iii«t<hed  li.M.k,  the  (iinibiiiation.  with  the  n-**!*-*! 
idiank  K  and  the  »li>tte»l  nbaiik  K,  .if  the  KprinK  .)  aii.l  the  Mpiar.-- 
Htemmed  button  L,  nulmtantiallv  ac  herein  nlmwn  and  deB<-ril>c<l, 
whereby  the  part*  A  K  .if  the  h.iok  may  U-  I.M-knl  aii.l  unl.M-k.-d 
by  tnrninfr  the  button  L  one-«iuai-ter  aroun.l 


C'^Aiat. — I.  The  in)pn>veinent  in  the  art  of  making  chuiiM.  the 
links  of  whh-h  are  bott-jointcd  and  twiattHl.  aii  nhown  in  Kipi.  •) 
and  4,  bcndinp  the  rod  or  link-blank  to  the  fonn  nhowm  in  Yig.  2, 
the  inertinK  tarftM«a— at  rif^ht  anf[le«  to  tlie  axil  of  the  rod — lyinp 
in  panJlel  plaDm,  but  aoparatMl  by  a  a|<oce  anfficientty  wide  to 
admit  tb«  next  sneoeoding  link,  and  clcaiinf!  the  link  only  after  it 
has  lieen  applied  to  another  link,  im  Mt  forth 

2.  Tbe  iinprorein«nt  in  the  art  of  making  butt-joinlod  and 
twiat«d  chain-link  blaaka,  which  otniaiata  in  awagin^;  tlie  nal  or 
link-blank  int^i  the  form  shown  in  Fipi.  1  and  2,  with  the  ineot 
ing  snrfacea— at  rifflit  anf^loa  to  the  axis  of  the  rud — ^lyini;  in  Uie 
same  or  parallel  planea,  but  M>|iarat<<d  by  a  space  safSeiently  wi<k- 
to  admit  another  link,  whereby  the  opening  of  the  link-blank  by 
liand  for  .-.miiertinn  with  another  link  ia  avoided,  suliataiitially  a* 
aet  f.irth. 

229,743.  PACCET  PiTiicK  P  0  Bull.  Siaalt  Teviiki^ 
Uiloi  CoiitT  lid  Jiiii  P  SPLiii  MUbin  Towiiklp.  Eitex 
Csiity.  N    J.     Piled  lar    31.  1880       (Moaodtl) 


229,730.     HAND  AND  POOT  MOTOR 
toi.  lows.      Piled    Jti     14     1880 


DiLOt  W    loTT.  Hiap. 


CInim. — Tlie  otmibination  of  the  crank -sliaft  R,  liar*  II, 
ham  .1  .1,  foot-levers  ¥  F  ,  and  band -Icvem  H  H,  when-by  Ihe 
iiiot'ir  can  he  utilized  t.i  iiiinnltaneoonly  fon-r  tbe  hand  and  foot 
Icven  a|inrt  in  opimaite  vertb-al  dirwtioni  to  pive  mtatioii  to  the 
crank-shaft,  onliatniitialh  rr  d.-m-rihed. 


Claim. — 1.  In  a  fincct  adapted  to  be  |ienmuiently  secured  to 
tiie  boad  of  a  barrel  or  cask,  tlie  combination  of  tbe  sairketed  IkkIv 
A.  bavinfr  the  enlarged  inner  threadod  portion,  a  ,  oater  remova- 
ble collar.  I),  tlireadttd  portion  h  .  and  slot  «,  the  inner  screw-(5«»l- 
lar,  V,  the  perforated  hood  y.  having  a  thniaded  portion  adapted 
to  screw  n|K>n  the  threaded  jHirtion  of  tlie  socketed  Iwidy  A,  tJie 
spigot  K,  having  the  slot  e  and  square  or  angnlar  iiMiath  jf,  and 
the  threaded  waaiier  or  oillar  e.  arruii^ied  with  relation  to  eaih 
other  and  .>|>erating  a«  and  f.>r  the  pnrjioaes  set  forth  and  shown. 

2.  In  a  faucet  ada|i4od  to  be;  peniianently  ao-nnid  t4i  tlie  lieail 
of  n  liarrel  or  cask,  the  .-viinbiiiation,  with  tbe  apigut  E.  having  the 
s<|uare  or  angular  mouth  g  and  .inter  threaded  portion,  e  .  of  the 
tuliular  key  A,  having  the  square  or  angular  end  d'  and  collar  r  , 
and  tbe  luner  threaded  and  sbonldered  scrvw -coupling,  k,  all  the 
{urtii  tx'iiig  arrani^  with  relation  t<>  each  other  and  optratiup  as 
and  for  the  purpoMS  set  forth  and  alniwn. 


220,740.      BOOK   RACK       Jiaii   ItiiPiT.  Sii   Aitoiii.  Tei       229.744.     PILTIR       Diiili.  C    Otii    Hiw  Tcrk    N    T       Piled 


Piled   Jsi    13.  1880 


f'Inim — The  coinbinRtion,  with  the  |iiv.»t<-«l  lioarti  .\.  of  the 
mti-h  ()  aii.l  tbe  Htrip  I>.  sniwiantinlly  iv  hen-iii  shown  and  do- 
wrilHtl.  .'iikI  for  the  piir]<<wu'  B<-t  forth. 


Apr     IS     1880 


229.741.  PAPER  SHOVEL  BLADE  Wiuiua  H  lOlUT 
Sfrscnf  N  T  Hiifdfir  of  oif  kilt  of  kli  rifkl  to  A 
Aae«     Howlftt     i»me     pUr»         P. led      lij    Jl      1888 

■  odel   ) 


(No 


Clatm. — 1     111  a  filter,  the  coiiihination  of  a  caainK  containinB 
filtering  inat.-rial,  an  agitatinu  dcvu-c,  inlet,  ontlet,  ami  dischart.- 


4H 


OFFICIAL    (iAZFTTE. 


JCLY    6,     1880, 


l-trM^.  iiiid  a  rtniilMtiiiK-|>iiK  arMMgdl  to  piniiit  tliu  curront  l<>  Iw 

n  \<  i -.<  il  liiirim;  flic  ik«;<(:>ti<»>  "f  th«.H»»t*ri»l,  MilmUiitinlly  m  *>\. 
lurll, 

i.  rill  Kiiiiiiiiintioii  of  tlir  rjlindor  A.  inlrt  |ri|H'  V.  riniiliil- 
iiit'  l'i|»-  "^     iii'l  iiilrt  valvi-  H,  niitxitanli:illy  jui  »|>«'<'itit"«! 

i.  \  lilUT  for  lilteriiii;  aoter  luuwiiiir  tlin-.uuh  tin-  vuw  iiiuUr 
lin-miin  ,  (•riiMiliil  hiIIi  nn  Hir  jtili-t  v;ilv.'  ivrr:iui.'<'<I  I"  ("Tiiiit  :iir 
l<i  \virf  .lllliMll.lllr.lllt  til  Oil-  IIiIImwIIIIs'  tiuul.  !>ulMtailtlill U  :l.«  'U  I 
fill  III 


Ojil!.4 


229,745  lAI'ETT  ACTOBATIC  KAILBO AD  SWITCH 
Tt<  Pii.i»  Piilidaipkli  Pa  Plltd  Not  7  1179 
/triff  —TUf  Hiaiii-liiif  nuU  are  anbn>kpii  ami  the  ■•iji^-tnu  k 
niiU  iirc  iKTiimiieiifly  flxinl.  A  lievulo*!  pivntoJ  Hwitoli-rail,  wUcii 
lirUl  ;it;aiiMt  I'lH"  i>f  tlie  main  line  rails,  din-«t«  the  tram  mito  tlui 
«iiliiii.'.  !li«-  »ln-«'IHrtni:e<t  iiutuntiiii!  an  luolui'^i  lH«iriMK-«or1".u-«;  <>n 
Willi  nwiti<J>  mil,  will!  Ii  ilirwU  tin-  trwtil  of  the  wlii«U  uiitu  llio 
rlrvati'<1  trfiwl  iif  one  of  til*  Hiilinc-raiU.  The  wlioeU  of  trainii 
ft|i|inMi<'liiii|;  III  ciiIkt  »lirf«-ti<iii  on  tli«<  iiiuiii  line  or  innninK  out  of 
llic  itiiliiii;  i)|MTrit<-  (III'  movalilv  nwiti  li  or  h'uanl  raiU  to  iiutiiiuati' 
i;illy  lUiir  tbe  main  line  or  dirt«ct  llio  train  fnmi  tlic  mdin)<  onio 
wtiil  main   line. 


11.  Tltf  coiuttiimtion,  with  i-ontiTiaiiiu  otntionarf  mitin  rtiiU 
A  A' anti  |HTiiiiiiiuiitly  'ixiil  milium;,  of  iiiilitifr-extciiiiiiiii  I),  bavins 
nil  ii|i|x'r  anil  a  lower  trisiil.  tlir  foriiiiT  liavini;  an  iitcliiie  at  i-itlii-r 
1  ml,  iiif  ilili  ""  111  li  mil  K.  li.iMiii;  ini-liiie  r",  movable  Hwiteli  nil  I 
K.  coiiii  ••  ii'il  1..  rml  K  li\  linui-*  (i  <i.  ami  utalionury  irnide  ami 
i;uarU  rail  I.  iiitwtiintiuIlN  hn  nIiouii  .mil  ilowTilw^l. 

li  The  lro({  (',  liiivimr  Utentlly-i'xtemliil  Iwjte  ('  ,  in  lonibi- 
imtioii  with  iiiovahir  '<\vil<  h  mil  K,  jiivutnl  tliereon,  and  guaitl 
ml  1.  iMilti-d  tlH>rt«(o.  HiilixiHiitiitily  iu  nhowii  and  deiicribed. 

11  Till'  I'oiiiliiii.'itioii.  HJili  :i  roiitnmoiia  and  alatiiiiuiry  main 
lr,irn  iikI  t  aiiliirir  t><'nii:iiMMitly  tl\isl,  of  a  Dwitib,  nuliHtantinHy  a* 
111  t-ini  li'xrilxil  iiiln|.|H,l  to  ojH'ii  or  wt  itnelf  riifbt  luitoinatieallr 
lo  »  li.'i  U  iii'o  im;  III  i-illirr  ilini'tion  over  llie  main  tniek  or  off  t4M 
Hid  III):  Ui  hhkI  uiaiii  trni  k.  ;tiiil  when  held.  HK  dctMrihcil,  by  niivit<'ti- 
man  or  atteiMlaiit  i<i  rtl'11  ;  ihr  n.-innt'ir  of  car*.  <&c.,  fiimi  the  main 
tr;u'k  lo  the  Niiliiit,  >«i-  ")»■<  iIuhI 


WiriTT 


229,746 

P»       Fi 


LAND     ROLLER 
!it  J>a    »    Iil8U 


ThoijiI   B    Patt«i.  Siltslmrg. 

J 


rUnm~l.  The  conibination,  with  a  continuou*  fH'nrmncntly 
fiUiU'iiwl  main  trai-k  and  a  ulatioiiary  or  immovable  Kiilins;.  of  i 
iiiovabb-  iwitih  rail  «>|i»nile  and  detiu'n«l  from  mid  main  track 
and  ni.lintf.  »nd  o|i«ratiuj5  tu  effift  the  truiJifer  of  car  wliwU  from 
wtid  iiiani  truck  U>  aaid  aidinj;,  and  vie  versa,  i»ul>«Uiiti»lly  aji  ■wt 
forth 

■  2.  In  (X)iiibinal.jon  with  a  main  track  and  mding,  both  »t»- 
tioiiary  or  |H!rmanentiy  ttxed  in  [xiaition,  an  ext*?niiion.  1).  of  naid 
Hiding,  havjni;  a  tread  rsiaeil  alxivp  tbe  plane  of  said  main  track 
and  iiH'lininif  toward  either  end,  nulwtantially  a<i  wt  forth. 

;V  The  moviible  nwiU'h-rail  K,  having  incline  r' on  lU  fre<'  or 
movable  end.  and  on  the  Hide  a<yarcnt  to  the  iieanwt  mam  rail  .\  , 
»iil».liiiitially  an  uliown  and  deseribed. 

4     111  lombination  with  main  track  .V  A    and  sidinu  B  IV.  a 
uio>:il.U  »witcli-nril,  K,  looate.1  innide  of  said  main  tn»ck,  having  j 
.III  incline,  r',  the  vertical  t>ide  of  wliieli  i»  a  cnrN  e  or  a|i|irovimal«  : 
liii.     r    formiiic  a  conlinuatiim  of  tlio  line  or  cur^e  of  the  sidim;,   | 
iinlMtikiilially  -ui  lU't  forth. 

:>  The  movable  »wilc!i-r.iil  K.  wboHT  inner  mde  is  enrvwl  or 
lnMindi-*!  by  two  coiiTcrKinc  line*.  «>  that  at  either  end  it  rweili  - 
Iroiii  the  a^Vjiiient  ii;ain  rail,  whereby  it  in  eaiMible  of  beinc  o(«'iieil 
hy  a  car  appnauhinfi;  in  either  dirwtion  on  tlie  main  track,  said 
■wiUh  rail  lieinj;  •t'jiarate  from  and  form mu  no  jiart  of  either  the 
uiiun  or  nidine  tra<k.  unbatantially  m  shown  and  domribed. 

ti  Tbe  itimbiiiation,  with  the  pt^rmanent  ivmtiimonn  iiiaiii 
mil  A  and  iitatioiiarjxidinjt  rail  B,  of  the  extension  1).  wiiouc 
ttpl>er  Kurface  m  aUive  the  plane  of  iiaid  main  r.iil  and  is  inclined 
at  either  end,  and  the  movable  «wiuli  rail  K,  liaviaR  an  incline, 
r*.  whim«'  vertical  wall  r  m  in  tli-  namo,  or  approximately  the  same, 
line  or  plane  an  the  siding  |-ail  B,  suhauutially  an  nhowii  and  set 
forth. 

7  TUc  permanently  fixe«l  nidin({-t<xten«ii>ii  D,  havinn  tv»o 
trcivila,  d  '{ .  the  fonii<>r  mainly  III  the  naiiie  plane  an  the  main  niil 
tnwl.  and  the  latter  1  lev;iuil  then-alMive  and  ha>iiiir  .in  ilicline  at 
I'itlier  cud,  !iulMt.tiitiall.\  as  and  for  the  pari"**'  ikI  fi  rtli. 

S.  The  1  ombiiiatioii.  with  movable  mvilch  rail  K,  localiMl  in 
»i«le  the  main  niiU  and  iiidejH'iident  tben«if,  of  movable  switih 
rail  K,  alau  liM'aled  iiinide  of  the  main  track  am;  connected  U'  «id 
rail  K,  ■•)  an  to  move  therewith,  HUiMtaiitiaUy  an  shown  and  de 
■crilied. 

!).   Tlie  combination,  with   luovaole  switch-rail  K.  having  in 
cliiM-  r",  of   Htatioiiary  i;uidc    rail    1,   wrMiig   tu   pn-ient    the   c»r- 
wbi^'U  HUM  inK  on  iiaid  incline  frmn  Hiippintr  lateruliy  therrfnim, 
a«  M*t  forth. 

10.   The  combination,  with  nta'ioiiarj  ifnide-raii    I.  and  with 

the  |ieniuuient  and  liniuovable  iiiaiii  track  and  Ridiiik,'  and  a  itei>a- 

raU'  and  detached   iwitrh-rail.  K,  of  movable  nwitch-rail    F.  the 

fiiniier  aervinK  an  a  Koard  and  cover   to  the  iatU'r,  luhaUntially 

-  ao  art  forth. 


Claims — .\  land  n>ller  haviiii;  the  rear  axle-tree,  ,\,  and  the 
ilonble  roupiinu  B  B  teciired  thereto,  the  up|H'r  and  lower  rcH;k- 
t>eanii){!>  I,,  tbe  t)piil  (rout  roller  frame,  (1.  extending  Iietwocn 
•"Hid  n»  fc  (>«<ariiii.>.  llie  iraimverKc  briwe  I,  and  the  front  nwivel- 
Imr.  V.  til  Willi  h  Mie  U'lii  (roiii  (fear  i«  pnoteil,  all  conibinctl  and 
arnimnii  .«ul«t;ii  tmlU    i.»  hIiuhii  and  di-mriljcil. 


229,747.  CAh  tlRAS8  OlO  D  PitiL.  Naw  Tork,  tingior  to 
kiaieir.  H'rati  C  Irriareti.  aid  Williia  I/iil«  Jr  Bronk- 
lyi.  N.  T.      Pliad  Dae     13,  1»7». 


>'l/iim. —  1  In  a  railway  car  brake,  the  combination,  with 
Nwinciiiij  le\erM  and  mechaniain  interpntic^  lietween  their  inner 
i«nil  ai^jaceiit  i'iiiIn  for  raiging  and  lowering  the  outer  endii  of  tutid 
li  <cr«.  il  Mitiodly  welding  .ind  nxkiiig  brake  hImios  connwted 
>\iib  ilic  'iiiti  I  riiuK  of  naid  IcvcrH,  xiiloituutially  lui  i«.'t  forth. 

i  In  a  rHllrta^-ear  bnike.  tbe  combination,  with  a  unitit^ile 
briwket,  of  brake  lev  en*  bawng  their  inner  ami  luljiucnt  iiiiIh  pi\- 
..l.il  tbiriiii)  iiiil  an  e,  ccntric-»baf\  locat<Hl  between  the  adjacent 
iiidd  of  naid  hraKe  levent,  nabatantiaily  a«  net  forth. 

:<  III  *  railway  car  brake,  the  combination,  with  a  |wir  of 
Srak.  !eMr»,  of  a  ahuft  hK-ated  betwein  the  adja«"nt  eiidn  of  luid 
lexer*,  ihe  Hhafl  providiHl  with  two  rauia  or  octwntrica,  one  of 
vt  bull  in  adapted  W  rai»e  the  lever*  and  tUe  other  t<>  deprwn  the 
.inter  eiidii,  suoniantially  oa  »ct  forth. 

I.  Ill  a  railway  car  brake,  the  c<»ui  hi  nation,  with  awinging 
IcMT*  and  in.i  h.iiii«ni  interposed  !*twe«n  their  inner  and  a<\)actiiit 
1  i.ii.  for  rawing  ami  hiwering  tbe  ooter  end*  of  taid  levera,  of 
biake-Hboo  ixnen  i.ivot4M\  to  the  outer  end*  of  the  awingiu((  IcvcrH. 
vertieallv  Melding  id.wka  located  within  the  brake-»hi»e  txixe*, 
and  brake  nhi«K  piviHwl  to  naid  blockH  no  aa  to  liaTc  a  rocking 
moveiiienl,  Nnlmlantially  an  act  forth. 

.)  In  a  railway  car  brake,  the  combination,  with  awmging 
b\cr«and  mwhaninm  interposed  lictwoeii  tlieir  inner  and  a^ja- 
ceiii  eniin  for  rawing  and  lowering  the  imter  end*  of  aaid  ievera, 
of  brake  *bo.'  Imixiw  pivoted  to  the  outer  eiida  of  aaid  awingiug 
U'vem.  eai  h  of  »Hid  Im.x««  having  a  vertically -movable  bhick  pro- 
Mded  with  a  <liank  and  a  apring  encircling  aaid  thank,  a  hrake- 
F.bi.1  pivot»«d  to  tbe  lower  end  of  «aid  bloi^k,  and  rublwr  or  an 
e.)iiivalent  «pring  interixwed  betwwn  the  brake-alioe  and  blix-k, 
Mibiilantially  an  act  forth. 

«    In  a  railway   car  brake,  the  combiuatiou,  with  awinging 
|e\cn.and  iiKvlianmin  iiiUT])i«eil  between  their  inner  and  aiija 
I  cent  eiidn  for  r;ii*iiii^  and  bnveniig  tbe  outer  enda  of  wud  lever*,  of 


July  6,    1880. 


r.  s.  p.\ti:nt  offki:. 


♦9 


linike-nbix'  Ixixcii  pivotiti  to  the  oiiier  ends  of  i»aid  levern,  i  leldiiig 
bliH'kit  io«-«li'<l  within  i4;iui  Ixixo*.  lirakenhiM»i  pnoteil  tu  the  lower 
ciiiln  of  Kiid  bliM-ka.  and  L'uan!  cliaiii.*  attaclnil  to  the  opixmite 
end"  of  the  biake-nboi'M  and  dupportcd  oy  the  brake  sbiH'  tint  or 
tnide  fraiiic,  niilmtaiitialix  «»  m  t  finlh 

7  111  a  rnil"Hv-<ar  brnki,  the  coiniiiiiatioii,  niiii  smiml'iiiu 
liMiii  and  a  hIiiiI^  iinnnbd  uilli  cam*  or  eccentric*  jonriiaiiHl  U- 
UMHii  tbe  inner  and  ;Kljaciiit  i  iiila  of  wml  «« iii^fun:  leM:>.  ol  a 
piMiUxl  lair  or  rml  coniuHled  wuh  the  l.nifcc-niianji  h\  <»iiitjible 
i'imIii  and  eliaina,  and  intervening  miM'Imiiiain  for  n>tAting  Mud 
1M-.  cntric-«hnf>  for  raiaiiig  am!  lowering  the  iinike-levert*.  sulistaii- 
tially  an  act  forth 

H.  Ill  a  railway-cai  brake,  the  ciniibiiiation,  with  sxMiiging 
li  vers  and  uiecbaniHin  iiileriioiMxl  tK-tween  their  inner  and  ailja- 
1  cut  eiidi*  for  raiaing  and  lowering  their  oilier  cndK,  of  brake-ahoo 
l-ivi*  pi\ot«d  to  the  oiiU'r  cnda  of  KHid  leven*.  and  linka  piMitod 
lit  one  end  U>  the  NdMtcr  and  at  the  other  end  to  tlic  np|>cr  cnd> 
.if  the  braki'-shiK'  Imxe*,  aulwtiintiuily  n*.  »c<  forth. 

II  III  11  railu.'iv  car  brake,  the  coinbimilion,  wiili  a  riwinging 
lexer  and  a  bnike  «1iik'  Ijox  pivot*-*!  to  the  outer  end  of  sanl  lever, 
Miid  Imix  pr<>\  iiliil  with  a  downwnnliy  pniji-ctiiig  Hiuige,  of  a 
bnike-nliiie  pivoted  to  a  vertically  yielding  hlixk  li»c«t«l  witiiill 
auid  brake  xbiM'  Ixix,  aolwtuiitially  a»  itut  forth. 

lU.  In  a  r.kilway-car  brake,  the  cjniiuination.  with  two  brake- 
Icvcrx  pivotixl  to  a  bracket  or  anpiurt,  aaid  levera  liavini;  T-*ha(»e«l 
iiiiM-r  ciidi*.  of  an  iM'CMHitric-Nhafl  jouniale*!  Iwiwecii  the  inner  ends 
of  Maid  Icvent,  the  tyeentric*  ix'ing  arrangXHl  and  ndapt4Ml  to  ojx'r- 
ate  on  the  projectiuj;  jHtrtiona  of  a-vd  levera.  aulMtanlially  aa  m-t 
forth. 

11.  In  a  railway-car  brake,  the  couiliinatioii,  witli  twinging 
levers  ami  met  hiuiiniii  for  raiHinc  and  lowering  their  outer  Mida, 
of  brake-ghiM'  Imixor  pivoteil  to  the  outer  enda  of  aaid  tcven,  and 
transverse  hracca  the  opjHisite  enu.«  of  which  are  c<iiiii(X?t*Hl  with 
the  brHke-ahoo  Imixod  on  op|KMite  Hidoa  of  the  truck,  ajhntniitially 
an  M't  forth. 

12.  In  a  niilway-cur  brake,  llie  cKiiibinatioii,  with  tbe  brake- 
levers  and  shaft  provided  with  ecoiMitricji  or  cjiins.  a>i  di'*'rilH'<l. 
i>f  a  lerer  atl:u  he<l  to  nuid  shaft,  lUivl  link  for  iHinnoctiiii;  said  lever 
with  a  swiiigiiii:  txir  or  rixl  [MvultHi  to  the  IsiUter,  sulMlaiitiully  an 
M't  forth 

229,748.  BLACKING  BKL'SH  HOLDER  Eidkt  B  PtkliH. 
Cairo,  in  Fiiod  Apr  tl  I88C  (MoBodd)  Fateitad  la 
Caitda  Feb    «5,  ISTt 


229,750 


><Bttf..Lii'i><i»^"^-A-tyg^ 


■iamuTkJi'mttjijeai , ^  _ 

3.  The  coiiibiiiatinn,  aulmtantially  at*  Is'forc  M-t   firth,  of  tl. 
air-lsix,  the  jackolud   rpfHgeratiug-pi)ieii   ihcrein.  and   tbe   fan  or 
blower. 

4.  Tin  combination,  aabatantially  as  licfon  act  forth,  of  tin 
air-lxix  pl.veil  nm'er  the  coiling  of  a  fcnnenling-rooiii.  the  jiw  k 
et«d  nfrigcrating  piix*  in  itiid  air  Ixix.  .Hiui  the  fan  or  blowii 
drawing  the  •.in  fniiii  alxivo  the  to)w>  of  the  ferment  ingtulm. 

6.  Tbe  combination.  siil>HtHiitially  hj*  l>eforc  wt  fortii.  of  the 
fan  or  bhiwer.  the  n'frigcnitiiig-pnx«  of  tbe  artificial  refrigeniluig 
apiiaratua,  the  air-fiuc.  and  the  ice-chaiiiher. 

229.761.     TCBBIMI  WATIBWHIIL      Tiir  S    Ptl^st    Rid^f 
Spring,  aiiigaor  of  oiekilfof  kia  ngat  to  liijab  Wtthiifc 
toB    Horae.  Bdgefiald  Conitj    S    C       FiUil  Maj  S    ISSO       i  .«■  o 
■  od»l  * 


CImm. — The    incafiing   cross   Ix-It  (i    H.  i-<)iiibiin»l   xvitb   Iw 
blacking-briisbts  having  their  bristlos  pioixsl  o|>|MiHi!e  imch  other,  > 
OR  and  for  the  pr.qH>s«'  sjicciliod. 


229,749.      CAN        Isaac    Poit««.    Phllidtlpkia,    Pa 
Apr    tZ    1880       (No  modal.) 


Pllad 


ClaiM. — In  combination  «  itii  the  can  Ixsl; .  ilie  iMivcr  B.  hav- 
ing in  its  up|K?r  side  a  marginal  gnxixe.  /;  .  Iiax  liig  a  diameter  al 
its  Ixittoin  as  larire  as  the  diameter  of  tbe  can  nt  its  mouth,  and 
having  its  onter  xxall  of  sutticienllx  large  diameter  to  slip  ontside 
of  the  inontb  of  tbe  can  Usly  when  the  ctivcr  is  n-iersed,  snlmtim- 
tia!l>  as  and  for  the  purjsise  int  forth. 


Clam. — The  coiiibiualion  of  the  wheel  .\.  the  ciuic  B.  the 
apirally-arran)^  tapering  truuka  C  ('.  and  the  lever  K  ,  having 
curvod  sliding  gates  at  ita  oppoaito  ends,  ailapt^xi  to  |>aw  in  fnmt 
of  the  op|Kisitc  nioaths  of  the  tninka,  together  with  inothaiiisiii 
for  oscillating  aaid  lever,  subatantially  as  shown  luid  doHcrtlMxi. 


229,752.  DIBRILLA.  Riciaid  Eat  Lake  City  Fit  .  ta 
ilgior  of  01a  kalf  of  kla  right  to  Aleiaader  B  Kg*,  lackai 
leabsrg,  Pa.     Fllad  Jiljr  1.  1171. 


229,760.        PROCESS    OP    AND   APPARATUS    FOR    COOLING 

AIR.      KoiiKT   PoKTilt.  AUiandria.  V&      tad  B'  Sdwaid  i. 

E!l.i.  WiahligtoB.  D    C       Filed  Apr    8.  1 880       (NoBodd' 

<  Irtiai. — 1.   In  C4xding  cn-rent*  of  air  by  refrigerating  pi|>os 

or  tiilxs*.  the  metlnxl  of  preventing  itynrioBs  ac<:umalation  of  frurt 

on  the  said  pipes,  which  inetliixl  c^HiaisU  of  forcing  Uie  air  through 

a  suitable  box  along  the  refrigerating  pi|>oii  in  a  direction  oppoBito 

to  the  flow  of  the  refrigerant  through  aaid  pipoa,  the  traT«>l  of  the  air 

Ix-ing  suln*l.iuitially  ciJ-cxU-nsive  with  the  Imvel  of  Ihe  refrigerant. 

siil>stanltallv  .i"  Is'forc  net  foitli 

2.  The  coiiihiuation,  siilislAiilially  us  Ix-forc  set  forth,  of  the 
air  Ixix,  the  refrigerating  piix-*  thcruin.  extending  singly  froui  the 
ontlet  to  the  inlet  of  the  box,  and  King  thus  siil».t.inli»lly  of  equal 
length  thorowilh,  and  the  fan  or  blower  forcing  tlie  air  along  the 
Muid  pi|M's  in  a  direction  op[xmite  to  the  flow  of  the  rt-frigentut. 


I  Clatmt. — 1.   An  umbrella  having  its  sUiflf  oinim<ctod  oc*"entri- 

>  cally  to  Uie  nxif  or  oover,  snhstantially  as  shown  ami  doKcrilxHi 
I  2.   In  an  umbrella,  the  tiip  B.  constmi^tod  with  its  roar  por- 

I  tion  longer  fn>ui  the  (xxint  of  contact  with   the   handle   than  the 
I  fnmt  jK»rtion   thenxif.  wbe.roby  the  oentral  portion   of  lb<    lop   is 
sitoatAHl   imniodialely  over   the    U<ar«r's   bead  when  tbi    namUi   is 
,  held  in  a  vortical  jxMiirion,  subtftantiaU;'  as  doacribod 


so 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE 


JULT  6,  1880. 


July  6,  1880. 


r.  S.   PATENT  OFFICE. 


5« 


3.   In  Ml  utiibrella,  the  iniUn   ritm  a  .intl  h.  in  c«iiiil>iiiati4>ii 
wiUi  tl»o  drooping  nupplemonUl  rilM  e.  pniviJcd  with  «t4)|i  iiicch 
Miiani  on  th«^ir  upper  eitiU,  wlierpbv  the  sweep  of  their  outer  cimU 
ia  liuiitcKl,  »ul«t*nti»lly  m  aiiU  fwr  the  imnxxw  ito«;rilie.l. 

i.  Ip  »n  aiiibr(<lla,  the  conihinAlioii  uf  tlic  ttv\t  H,  ('iiiiHtm>-t4<<) 
with  it*  re«r  (wirtiofi  hnitfrr  fniiit  the  ]M>int  of  omtiM-t  w  ith  the 
liaiKlte  tluin  the  ttnni  portion  tlicreof,  the  ilnntpinK  sDpph'im<ntal 
rilw  r,  bihI  shsdo-tUnin?  <\  nrntngcd  to  i»)icmtc  aabMtjtiitiMliv  a« 
ami  fi»r  tlw  p«rpn»ns  w>(  f«»rtli. 

.')  Ill  an  nuibr«IU,  the  main  rili.  mniitructcd  with  h»op  d  ami 
RTiiilc  <-,  in  t<iinlMn  ion  witli  tlic  Kii|ipleHientni  rib  r,  provulc<l 
with  loop  f.  .irn»iii;<<l  to  o|«  nitc-  .\r  ,u»tl  for  the  pur^iow  «-t  forth. 

229.753.  THILL*  COnPLIMO.  Tiiodoii  I  Eiciiidioi. 
Stoiktoi.  I«  ,  tiilgiar  of  o(i  kilf  of  kli  rl«kt  to  Ltftrttt* 
•tkrlti,  Ck«lM».  Kt*i       ril*4  Apr  It.  1110       (Ho  ■•4>1.) 


UiKim  A  on  the  vL-rti<ni  »hiin«  11,  with  lixed  piiiiuN*  C,  iiionhini; 
in  the  pinioiiH  I>i>n  the  hHiititudiiiui  kIuiH  K,  in  conihiiMtktn  with 
the  lever  I  ami  iteifuientji  (r  }l,  when  tv)iurtru<'te«l,  umui(rod,  uml 
i>|NT.iliiii.'  Ill  itu   iiiiiniiur  ami  fur  the  umc  uihI  fHirpme  H|HH-iH«<l. 

229,756.     SSMIKR    PUfrNACE      Oio    P    RoBntoa    Toroite. 
i)nt«rln    n»ii%(l»       Piled  Dee.  14.  1179 


Cl«m-  —  .V  litwtim;  device  wherein  are  roinbined  an  oat«r 
cylinder,  o^ien  at  mu-h  end,  an  inner  cTlinder  with  Ita  top  Ac- 
proMMl  and  it«  bott'iui  chiaeti,  as  doacribed,  and  draft-Huea  linulr 
<x)nne<-tint(  the  c)  lindeni,  tlimii{(h  whuae  aidea  tboy  iwaa,  and  en- 
tering the  inner  ryliudem  at  equal  diataiinea  from  each  uthor,  aal>- 
Htautiull)  a*  and  for  the  purjxjw)  wt  forth, 

229,767      KLKCTKIC  SWITCH  BOAID      J*>li  8.  Kail,  Maik 
rllie.  Ten  .  tiilgior  to  tko   Nttltitl   Bell  T«l«rkai*  Com- 
yaij       Piled   Itr  17.  1180.     (■•■s4*l.) 


VUtim. — The  thill -oonplinK  couamtinK  of  the  |mrallel  thill- 
inMm  B.  harinK  aqnarwl  liol«>a  z.  and  the  tie-plal<'  I)  ,  li.»'  Injt  cir- 
cularly-ro<-ei«««Ml  enUinrenient  /,  the  notched  cylinder  (i,  havintf 
the  front  notch,  o,  and  the  coupllnif  Iwr  d.  havinc  re<tjin(,'ular 
onda  e,  vnirui;iiit;  with  the  hoica  z  of  the  thill-ininH,  the  faiv-bear- 
in^  C,  and  ita  diivcUil  c«innectionn  c  r ,  aa  it]>ocitled. 

229,754.     RAILROAD  SWITCH      JomiT    Ricntoioi    Harrii 

kirg.  Pt  .  teiifior   to   PeiierlTaiit   Steel  Coa^iiy       Piled 

liy  tl.  imiO.     (No  aodel.) 

/frw/— The  movable  iiwit<'h-r.iiU  an-  connected   l>y  liivnxN 

conatatinii  of  a  nlottj^l  central   l>ra»-e-piece.  to  the   outer  endu  of 

which  are  piloted  bara  whnae  outer  enda  are  riveUxl  t"  the  weba 

of  the  raila.      7    t  a    .  i 

_  =S 

Claim.— I.  A   railroad  -  awiuh   havinR  a  central   tnuiareiwi  j 
brace  fonnol  with  aloU  cxtendinR  each  way  fnmi  the  aolid  middle   ^ 
IMMiion,  with  conmx-tinu'  l»ra  rigidly  attached  at  one  end  to  the 
p<iiat-r«iU  and  exU-nding  inU>  tlic  «aid  «l<»ta  and  pivotwl  U>  th<'  ; 
cnik  of  the  br:v«!,  aulwtiUitially  aa  and  for  the  pnri>.»iea  set  forth. 

•2.  The  (Htmllel  bra^-ea  A  .V,  «maiatin«  eaclMif  two  platea  riv 
cte»l  to  a  .-enter  pic*-*',  n,  U>  fonii  the  alota  A  *,  iu  combination  with 
the  coun«tinK-har»  H  B,  att»che«l  at  one  end   t4.  the  fannt-raiU 
and  pivoted  to  tlie  cnda  of  the  brace*,  aobatanliaily  aa  aet  ft.rtb. 

229,766.      0P1RATIH8    CAR    DOORS       Willuh   W     Rilit 

Brooklri.  NT.  tielgior  of  oie  ktlf  of  kie  rtgkt   to  Pnicii 

A   BartkoUae*.  Bloaafield.  N.  J       Piled  Apr  10. 1  MO       (No 

■  •del.) 

Hrirf.  —  A  lever  on  the  eixl  i»f  tite  fjtr  hna  a  t4)otlie«l  w^neiit. 

which  enjpMre"  a  liiniUr  aefpiient  on  a  shaft  rnnnine  in  h«n({en« 

alonn  the  aide  of  the  car      Thia  abaft  cM-ries  beveled  pinion*. 

which  ){t»r  with  bevolwd  pinions  on  vertical  thafla  which  n>tiit< 

the  donra.     Hoiatin|(  n>fie  haa  ai^BStine-ehaina  oonncctinif  with   » 

traveiioK  han(^,  and  oniinecta  by  a  link  with  a  tark'a  hea«l.     Th< 

draft-rupe  paaan  thmngh  a  perfvirated  timber  and  the  tnrk'H  heiiil 

abnta  B((ainat  the  aame.     The  travelers  run  by  incana  of  ^nN.vtnl 

wlieela  (Mi  a  track,  and  have  side  boiTors  of  different  leni^ha,  whit  h 

abut  affainst  Imffiprs  on  tlie  fh^uMvwork,  mi  aa  to  keep  the  tulm 

a|airt  wln-n  broach t  to  a  itop.     The  rail  ia  auaiieiHled  by  han);en< 

and  hMi  rontinaooa  iiah-plates. 


Claim— U\  a  car  for  elevated 


r/A«a».— 1  .\  Rwiu-b-lMMird  pmrided  with  liolea,  combined 
with  an  eby-tnc  conductor  extended  into  the  said  boloa  at  the 
aidca  thereof,  and  made  t4>  fonn  a  nMtellic  cnnnectioii  between 
two  or  more  liolea  of  the  said  awitch-boMrd,  wherebjr,  when  a  con- 
ductinKpluK  ia  inserted  in  one  of  the  sai^  holes,  it  will  be  placed 
in  complete  electric  connection  with  the  conductor  within  the  said 
hole  uf  the  eu  itch-boani,  substantially  aa  deacribed. 

2.  .\n  electric  awitch-boitrd  oouipnaod  of  a  sltoet  or  plate  of 
neid  material  provided  with  holea,  and  an  electric  condoctor 
[MMtwl  tlmia^h  the  said  holes  and  aapported  therein  by  the  ri^d 
material,  whereby,  when  a  connector  or  plof;  of  eonductinx  ma- 
tt-rial ia  iiiaerted  in  the  said  bole*  afpunat  the  ooiidoctor  tlierein. 
the  said  pint;  ix  bniofcht  by  Its  pressure  against  the  eonducton  so 
»np|iorte«l  in  the  aaid  hole*  between  it  and  the  skid  ri|pd  material 
int4i  i-omplete  electric  ivnnertion  with  the  oondoctor,  as  set  forth. 
:)  \  non-ci>n<lo<-tinK  switch-board  provided  with  intersecting 
rows  of  Imlea,  c«iml>in«*l  with  flexible  electric  condoetors  pasaed 
throaxh  the  aaid  holes  and  supported  against  the  sahatantiallT- 
rigid  iiianlating  material,  the  condactors  extending  thruogh  all 
the  holes  of  each  row  being  ple<trieally  connected,  whetneby  by  in- 
serting a  plug  of  <^onilnctiug  material  in  one  of  the  holes  it  will 
elettncally  connect  the  coMductom  of  the  two  rows  intersecting 
in  the  aaid  hole.  eiiUtaiitmlly  an  described. 

1.  Ill  in  elc<!trH'  hw iteh  txiard,  a  sheet  or  phUc  of  iiiaaUting 
iiialcrinl  pn.Miled  witli  liolea  arranged  in  intersecting  rows,  oom- 
biucd  with  1  imtinuouK  ele<-tric  oondnctora,  each  entwine*!  in  or 
li«-e«l  tlirongli  a  row  of  holes,  passing  through  ail  of  the  holes  in 
the  sail!  row,  and  rcHtini:  against  the  material  in  which  the  liole* 
an-  foninil,  the  i^indnctora  of  one  aeries  of  rows  being  Insulated 
from  thow-  of  tin  inlerwM  ting  aeries,  thiw  enabling  Acondaetnruf 
one  !«-rii-»  to  la-  (-<>iine«t<Ml  with  oue  of  the  other  series  by  inaort- 
iiii;  a  pill-;  in  the  lioli  at  whi<h  the  n>wa  (wnlaining  the  two  con- 
ai|.ioi>  to  Ik.-  (itiiiH-«-UHl  intrr»c«-t,  substjintially  as  disstrihod. 

.V  In  an  electric  awiU-li-b«i«Mrd.  a  lamrd  or  phitc  of  iiisuhtting 
iinicriiil  provid«xl  witli  inU-nttx^ting  series  of  rows  of  holes,  tymi 
ImiiixI  with  rtexihle  ehvtrif  roiiducUira,  each  laced  or  entwined 
ihn>Bgh  all  the  hoh-a  of  one  n>w,  the  oonductora  of  one  series  be- 
i^^'  auiik  in  a  gna've  in  the  iMatrd  to  prevent  them  ftxjin  coining 
in  <-«iiili»cl  with  the  ooiidncloni  in  the  other  aeries  at  the  |H>ints 
where  their  directions  cniaa  one  another,  aulistautially  sa  de- 
scribed. 

fl  In  an  electric  awiU-h  Uiard.  a  (a>ard  or  plute  of  inaulnting 
material  |>n»vided  with  holiw  arranged  in  a  mw,  coinbim-d  with  a 
flexible  ooiidoct«>r  latxMl  or  ontwinod  in  tin-  «ii'l  li-'^-s,  auliatantially 
aa  dearribod,  pasaioi;  through  (wli  n  lli-  "a-  1  li-  l<»,  and  fonnlnc 
a  Ump  around  the  JnauliUiiig  mat*  rial  la-mw  ii  c:<ch  alternate  i«ir 
of  tiM  nid  hole*.  aLbstaiitially  »s  herein  «-t  forth. 

7.  In  an  electric  awitch-lward,  a  pUte  of  ritiJ  ntiilt-rial  pn>- 
vided  witli  a  cylindrical  hole,  ctmibinnd  with  cle<  tri.  :il  conductora 
|MMing  longitndiUAlly  thnmgli  the  said  hole  and  rt-atiiig  againat 
the  rigid  iiiatsrial  around  it,  the  said  condactora  lying  acoiisidtr- 
al«le  diataiMV  fhmi  one  another  at  the  sides  of  the  hole,  whereby, 
hen  a  plag  »  inaert«-«l  therein,  it  is  wedged  into  chiae  n>utact 
Ith  tlie  aud  oHidttiiora,  lubstjuitially  as  deacribed. 


229,756.     IROHIVe   lACHIII.     ;•■■  Ssciii  r  Rniii. 
Tsrk.  H    T.     Piled  Apr    It,  ltl«      (No  bsAsI.) 


«*w 


Vltnm. — 1.  In  an  in»nintfinachinc  of  the  class  hereinbefore 
de»<rib«(«l,  tin.-  (MMnbinathm  of  the  aa«l  inin  and  iu  supporting  trav- 
eming  bhick  or  carriage  P.  having  rollers  9,  with  the  traversing 
raila  a  s.  which  are  rigidly  connected,  and  provided  with  rollers 
r,  and  the  tixod  rails  c  r,  im  which  said  ntllers  i  run,  all  as  shown 
and  dem-riheil,  wliereby  the  sad-inm  is  adapted  to  be  moved  Id 
any  direction  in  a  horiaontal  plane,  as  specified. 

2.  The  coiubiuatiuN  of  the  sad-iron,  its  rod  or  stem  A,  and  the 
springs  j  with  the  acynsting  tubular  screw  «,  liaving  an  internal 
shoulder,  r,  which  separates  the  apriugs,  aa  shown  aud  deacribeMl, 
for  the  purpoae  specified. 

3.  The  combisatioa  of  the  cam,  rotating  ia  a  fixed  pi  vol,  and 
the  alidiag  eollar  r,  with  the  sad-iron,  the  rod  A,  and  spring  A,  en- 
circling th«  latter,  the  tubular  screw  a,  having  an  internal  shoul- 
der or  stop  ftir  the  spring,  and  the  carriage  or  sbiftiug-block  P,  all 
subaUntially  as  shown  aad  dew^ihed,  whereby  the  adjustment  vX 
tlic  cam  slide*  the  eollar  on  the  nid  aud  varies  the  pressure  on  tlie 
sad-iron  without  requiring  any  change  in  the  |Ki*ttion  of  the  screw. 

220,750.     AIT  OP  PDTTIHe  DP  PABRIC8      Joiiri  J  Scisi. 
rilLP.  Prsrldeiss.  K    I       Piled  Ity  4,  lltO       (Ho  aodel.) 


3.  In  a  sewiiig-iiiiM-hiiic  atta<'hiiient,  the  gaget  J,  const nu-ted, 
anlMtantially  as  herein  abowii  and  deacriliod,  with  a  lievuhal  H:ingi>, 
I.S  liaving  a  vertical  recosa,  M,  at  the  end,  a*  set  forth. 

4.  Id  a  sowing- machine  att«<-hment,  the  eonibination.  with 
the  gage  .1,  of  the  plate  A.  pnividnl  with  pointed  and  axiallt- 
tvtiatod  euda,  aulietanttally  aa  herein  shown  and  dosi-ribtyl,  and  for 
the  pur|Maie  act  fortli. 

5.  In  H  M-u  iiiu- miu'liiiie  altjuhiiK-nl,  the  combination,  with 
the  plutt  .\,  lia\  iiic  ixiiiili'd  ami  axiull\  In  iatod  end*,  of  tin  apring- 
pl:vt4!  Kami  th<'  t;:igt>.I.Niila«lAiitliilly  aa  licn-iii  shown  and  doM-rilMxl, 
and  for  the  |iiir|>oN<'  lut  tortli. 

229,761.       .STOOL 
ril>d  Apr    12    II8U 


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C^faoas.— 1.  An  improvemeut  in  the  art  of  making  up  fabrics 
into  mercbuBtabie  pw:kage*  and  into  jwrchaaere'  parcels,  which 
<-onsisU  in  annexing  Ui  oa«h  pioce  of  IWiric  one  or  iiK>re  cloaed  or 
snaleit  certificates  of  ito  identity  and  linear  inaaaurc,  auheUntutlly 

as  deacribed.  . 

2    In  a  pio«'  of  fhbric  pa<-kaged  or  iiarcck-J.  and  Imvine  il» 
linear  mewiuro  registered  u|«ki   iU  surfs.*,  aa  dcH,-rilHNl, -mic  .«■ 
more  eastificates  (virtual  or  actual)  annexed  to  the  fabric,  in  con- 
nection with  tlie  noUthm-symUib  of  its  moasuremcul,  sul-tau 
tially  ■•  dascxibed.    ^^^___^_______« 

220,700.      60IDB    POR    8IWIN6    MACHUBS        JssiSf    P 

goRSOlDli.   Brosklii.   B     D  ,    H.   T        Piled   Itr    1&.  HID 

(H*  asdel  ) 
liritf.—Tmn  pieewi  of  fabric,  afUir  being  nnitad  near  their 
(rfges  and  reveraed,  are  so  guided  to  the  sewing  mechanism  that 
.Hie  portion  prtgects  more  or  le«i  lieyond  the  other,  thn*  forming 
a  N«t  I 


f^iowK. — 1.  A  sewing-machine  attaohment  made  snbatantialty 
aa  hervin  shown  aud  described,  consisting  of  a  slotted  plate  having 
its  ends  pointetl  and  twistod  axially.  a  s|>ring-phUe  on  the  said 
(ttatu,  a  gage  u|khi  wbii^h  the  |>Uttt  reaU,  aud  a  sin^w  for  holding 
these  imrts  togetlior  and  im  the  lied-phUe  of  tlie  sewing-niacliiue, 
.'ks  sot  Airth. 

a.  The  reversible  plate  .V.  having  the  sxially-twisted,  sJiandy 
|M>iiiU.<l  ejid  (1,  for  tliin  chrtli  and  narnnv  seaiiia.  Slid   the  axially- 
l«  iaiwi  end  H,  havint  bniad,  Hal  pn.jw  tioUN  for  bniad  seams  and 
thick  cl.Hli,  aa  doncrilKwl 


(  /niw. — 1.  A  ilii|ilex  atiMil  having  llic  standard  of  one  sIimiI 
iii«-rt(-«l  witliiM  lilt  Ktandard  uf  the  other,  and  a<la|>««d.  anlwtMii- 
lially  aa  ikwcriUHl.  to  la-  readily  diacoanectA^l  therefruiii  to  iiirui 
the  atitn.lanla  of  two  indejiemlent  aUaila. 

2.  \  duplex  atool  having  the  standard  and  aiipporiing-boar 
of  oiK^  attad  incliieod  within  the  standard  and  snp|M>rting-liaitt-  of 
tlic  other,  and  adaptcl,  substantially  aa  deacribed,  to  be  reailily 
iliH<MHinucUid  tliorcfnmi  to  fonn  the  standard  and  supporting -base 
of  two  indi>|>ondanf  stcails. 

.'(.  .V  dnplex  attail  having  th(}atjiiidanl  of  one  stiail  iiicloaud 
within  the  alandanl  of  th.'  other  and  the  atait  of  oik-  at4Mi|  rviuov 
(llilv  ««»-urr<l  to  llir  aont  of  the  <>tlicr,  anliatanliMlly  aa  act  forth. 

4.  A  duplex  Htiad  consisting,  esaentiiilly,  of  two  iiMle|>eiMloMl 
atiada,  ew-ih  hnvine  verti<«Ily-a4jnstable  seata,  the  standard  of  one 
stiail  being  a<la|>t«l,  snbstaatiaJly  as  deacriliod,  to  be  sot-nred  witkin 
the  standard  of  tlie  other  and  the  seat  of  one  stool  to  be  ramovaMy 
secured  t<«  the  seat  of  tlie  other. 

5.  A  duplex  stiMil  conakiting  of  two  independent  stools,  the 
standard  of  oue  Itaring  the  seat-a^usting  acrew  nmneoted  with 
ita  upper  end,  aud  the  standard  of  the  otlier  liaving  the  seat-a^jii**' 
lug  screw  omnec^od  with  ita  loww  end,  both  stools  oonatruoted 
and  adapted,  substantially  as  described,  ki  be  nniibined  to  form  a 
single  stool,  the  standard  of  one  being  inclosed  within  the  stand- 
ard of  the  other. 

6.  A  dnplex  stool  consisting  of  a  standard  and  snpporting- 
iMse  of  one  stiad  adapt*-*!,  subetantially  aa  described,  to  be  secured 
within  the  atan«Urd  and  snpfiorting-baae  of  the  other  stool,  the 
inner  standard  oonu<x-t«d  with  ita  suppurting-base  by  an  a<\ju*ting- 
acrew 

229,762.      RTDROCARBON    PDRHACB.      BiiJ    P    liiaati. 
Bslletoi  Spt    N    T       Piled  Aig.  11,  1171. 

O 
O 
O 
O 

('Mm — TIh'  hydnicartion-fnniace  having  elongated  pnckc4s 
b.  o|M>ning  into  the  cwiiibustion-cliaiubcr,  alternating  air-chaui 
hers  a,  i>(M<ning  into  s  cimipartiiient  lielow  the  coinbnsthm-chan)- 
ber,  and  ahiri,  lliruugli  opening*  d,  into  the  ooinbustion-chaniber, 
the  liorisoutal  |>erforat<-d  oil-pipes  B,  arrangod  in  the  pucketi  i 
and  oinlmlded  iu  an  ahaoriiont  material,  as  described,  and  the  in- 
cJitK-d  hiMxla  or  ahcvla  r,  arrangenl  above  the  air-inlets  d,  to  direct 
the  hUat  down  u|Min  the  absorbent  iiiAterial  in  the  puoketa,  all 
combined  aulaitaiitially  as  showu  and  deacribed. 

229,703.     CAR  COCPLIHe.     CRiiLia   H.  Biiprii,  Wiekfsrl. 
j        R.  I       PlUd  Apr    1«.  lltO       (No  aodel  ) 
I  f'tfliae. — 1.   In  car-niupliiiga,  the  tubular  lioeu-ing  /,  fitt/<0  in 

j  the  bolster  of  the  trunk  and  the  cro**-tiinlicr  of  the  car.  combined 
j  with  the  king-holt  a,  block  «,  and  slotted  draw-bar  C,  sulislantially 
,  aa  and  for  the  puqwse  set  forth. 

I  2.  The  hook  A,  hung  on  the  swinging  draw-bar  ('.  and  (<H-nioil 
'with  the  inclined  shoulder  A  ,  that  is  undercut  on    ita  facf\  aa  ami 

for  the  pnqaistv  set  forth 


OFKICIAI.    (JAZL'.TTt:. 


July   6,    1880. 


229,763. 


229,760.  DUfTAL  PLUOQBR  Kti  T  St*»r  PhiU4.lp*U. 
P».,  kiitgior  to  Jtaet  W.  Wliit*  J»nf«  Clirenfi-  White  «n<t 
H<»ry  ■    LtwU,  Triiltn.      Flit*  Apr.  J4.  1  880       (Modal) 


j^ /.-/■/ 


."5.  in  loiuliiiuvtioii  with  tlic  •<wiiisiiiL'  drtwliar  C  and  iU 
(•oii|)liiij.'  liiok  A.  til'-  i<li<l.t-r<Mi  H  and  Inx.k.  >ir  Htirnip  «  .  titt4Hl  fi»r 
ptaiii.n;;  tin:   (liaw-l«ir   in   iiliuc.  sulwtiUitiall)    a.-,  slim*  m  .m  J  dc- 

1.  Ill  <'uiiilihMti<iii  \y\Uk  (Ik-  nli>tti-il  linirrr  il.  ilir  lihx  k  <», 
[il.ilr*  /»,  <|irinL'  /<  .and  |iin  </.  KMlwIunli.illv  .i-slnnm  uid  i|i-!«fi-ibtxl 

229,764.     NUT  LOCK.     JonuT    Sipe.  R»rn«gn  i.ar«;  V»      Piltd 
Apr    7.  1(80       CNs  aodel   ) 


Clnim. — Ap<  ttn  imiinivoiiioiit  in  nut  Imkn  coiiiimimp.!  (f  tli" 
intiriially-ifTtKivwi  not  und  tlie  Udt  [imvuIoI  with  loiititiidiiial 
ifr(«»(«  for  tlio  nfc|itj«m  nf  a  !<]»riiiir  l:it«;li,  tli(^  o\t>  ii.iion  >if  tliv 
lfn»»c  vn»w  tho  oiid  of  tin'  litilt  Tnr  lh<!  rixciition  i>l  tin  Ik-iiI  i  11.! 
Iff  till'  <|>nii;;,  -vi  mid  for  tho  |iuriM*n<  m-I  forth. 

229765.  MULTIPLI  QA8  BDBM8K  Albirt  ■  i>;L»r,ii 
LoBdoi  BagUid.  H1«<1  Ji»  «8  ISS'-)  l-»t"l"i  ' «  Spi 
Ikld  Aag    7.  H7». 


Clmiwi. — An  nn  iiiii>r«>vp«l  arti<l«  of  m.inufaitiirp,  tho  wilhin 
dowriliotl  niultiplc  ({aummor,  tho  Uxlv  of  Hlii.h  i»  conHlniotxxl  ;il 
iU  uppiT  nid  with  a  lorim  of  l>»t'»-wiiiR  or  ilali-Uil  l.iirin'r-ti)»i 
lM.i«itMi  whicli  IK  urniitftral  .1  ri«ull>  lixi'»;  npHiinll)  Uihtiii- 
•hjeia,  foniieil  of  u  Icr.j^th  and  hoidlit  KToivtcr  tluiii  the  burutr  tii*. 
aM  hcri'iii  thuwii,  for  the  {>ur|H«(!«  ttH,  forth. 


229,766.     BRICC      JOHI  8,  ««ITI,  Jtokm.  Ilcli       Filed  .N')' 

It,  isr*. 


Clnim.— Tytv  horein-ilcBcriliwl  hriik.  Imvint:  iU  upper  and 
h>»cr  fw<«  hut.  Mid  littviint  two  np|)<«ito  <<dciw  l)ovih<l  'ind  urtxivcd 
and  rihiiwl,  and  two  other  opixwitc  ixlpi-s  iti  aiiltrokcii  pltinoii,  oub- 
Ktantuiily  114  st't  forth. 

229,767.     DRA9  8AWIN8   MACHIHB       Sinuii.   R    Smrn  scd 
aLouo  C.  Fimci.  Ciiel«nti,  Ohio.      Pil«J  Oct    14.  1*7» 


CliiiM.  —  l.  I'Uf  I miiliuiadoii.  Kulmbiiitiully  ar  horpiiibeforr 
H<-t  forth,  of  the  <  itBirii;.  the  to,illiohU'r,  tlif  rockinf;  haninipr  or 
iimlh't  iitov;il>li' aroiiiiil  it*  ;>Jvot,  and  the  h»t<li  or  pawl  cohdocIimI 
with  tli«  titol  holder  oiit«ido  ',ht>  cniiiiig.  pnivided  with  an  inclined 
or  csin  od|^  luxt  iviid  i^aMini;  and  acting  diroctly  niK>n  a  Inp;  on 
naid  liaminiir  to  liidd  it  iiplifljvl  an  the  owini;  in  iiiovod  dowii- 
wanl  oM-r  thi'  tixd  holdi<r,  whcnthy  iwid  latcb  ix  iliMjn^trcal  from 
aaid  iu,;  to  allow  ilio  hainiiKtr  U>  Ktriko  ita  blow  iwrtly  by  tlir 
iiioreniunt  of  tin-  liHiniiinr  iti  tho  arc  of  a  circle  and  [Mirtly  by  tin- 
a<-tion  of  the  '-am  ed|^-of  the  latch  u|k>ii  tho  oosinK  uf  tho  instni- 
inoiit. 

'i.  The  colli  hi  iiation.  auNrtantlally  an  homintirf<ir<>  Rf>t  forth, 
of  ibc  caiiinK.  (ho  tiKil-holder,  ttio  rucking  haioiuur  ur  mallet,  tho 
hniii).'  ruL;  on  ^iid  liaiiiiuor,  tho  iiu|iclling-sprin^,  and  tho  latch  ur 
jutwl  oiitNMli  tlio  caoine,  wiiich  acts  diroctly  u|M}n  aaid.  lifliuK-liii; 
U!  bold  4Hid  liiiiiiiiior  away  fnim  tbc  toul-boldvr  until  tri|iiHMl  to 
permit  tli<<  haiiiinor  to  ^ivo  itii  blow. 

."}.  Till-  louiliination,  Ralwlantially  aa  beroiiilicforc  »ct  forth, 
of  tho  raMiiii;,  ll'<*  '■^tonmon  or  arm  thoroof,  the  liiimiiivrarm  piv 
ated  tu  wild  oxIoiimioii.  and  tho  (J-'baiml  ilil|M■llinf;-llprill^  lixrd 
at  Olio  Olid  and  ^wtini;  iiiHin  tho  «aid  haininor-ann  at  tlic  othor, 
with  tho  .apiu-ity  <>f  ulidinu  sli^'htly  upon  aaid  ann  U)  acomitiio- 
dato  il«  n»  kiiii:  iiiovoineiltii. 

4  Tlio  ooiiililiiation,  Hiilwtantially  aM  hon-inliefore  »ot  forth, 
ot  tbi  rm  wiiiK  liaiiimor,  tiio  U^iit  iuiiKdling-tiprjnjj,  and  iho  plal<' 
:iiut  «.  t  *  row  oarnixl  thorohy,  for  a^junti'iK  the  tension  or  [mwc  r 
uf  mild  Hpnin: 


229,770       HAND    TBDCK       Jokji    S    ailwtliT,   limcoak.  Win. 
F.lad   A.pr    1     !I80       (Ho  Bodel   ) 


<  iink.  —  Ui  •.  u,i,i>i  iruok,  tlio  ooiiibisirttioii  of  tho  Uirs  K  K 
\w\  rfcotuu .,  lo'Vii-  l«ir,  /,  to  rwa-ivo  the  bar  y,  with  tho  l«ar  ly,  pir- 
oied  (it  .'(,  inid  providod  Willi  a  handle  benoath  tho  iipi>or  liar,  /". 
Mlbatniitiaiiy  aj>  and  fur  tho  pur)HjiK«i  M>t  forth. 

220,771.      PIPS     COUPLIVO        Willub   M.   Stb*»t,  Qauey. 

■  ttk.,  aitlgo-ir  of  oae  &ilf  uf  ii\i  r.gki  to  Soneri^.   LaUiid, 

■  ■■«  place       Filed  Fab.  t.   1880. 


CUnm.  —  In  nmibiuation  with  tlw  ojicrjitinc-lcver  K,  liio  in 
t<>riiioi»liiii|{  M-i;iiiont»  I  .),  with  the  arc-proj«xMion«  Y  Y   and  [icnd 
eiit  f.i.)t-«tr»|»  Z.  and  tho  hiiigcxi  wuldlo  8  T  of  a  dm«-Mwinc  ma 
chino.  tho  ohcavo  W  uixin  th«  «addl(Mitcm  S,  ocoupyiiii;  the  bi)jli» 
of  a  ninl,  \',  wliii-h  in  faeU'nod  to  the  aaid  lover  and  U>  one  of  tho 
iK>j;uiont»,  iu  tho  uiannor  and  for  tho  puri>o<c  «et  forth. 

229,768.     COMBIMED    BLOTTIR,  BULB,   AND    PAPER   CUT 
TIE.      Cii«Lll   SiilDii,  Maw  York,  N.  T  ,  aiaigior  of  aie 

kkif  of  kli  rigkt  to  Dtatal  8t»ta,  ataa  place       FUad  Hay  10. 
1880       (Modal.)  S 

o_i-    i'  r ^T~T"T'  i ' i  I  TTT  r  ■-. -■  j  ■ 

^—-^ — ' ^— — I — -J 

CImtmi. \*  an  article  of  in.iniifuotun-,  11  i>ln-«-t  iiioUil  strip.  W, 

Ifmduate*!  on  iU  fiioe,  baxinc  mio  o.l;,'o  «lr.»iL'bt.  lo  Ix-  niod  •-»"  =» 
ruler  and  paper  onttcr.  .ind  tho  olli.r  odco  providod  wiih  .t  *.  ri  - 
of  spurn.  A,  for  attaohinj:  t!io  strip  to  ..n.  ,d-o  of  a  blotliim  \k\,\. 
.111.1  loavitiK  Ihc  m.Tin  '""^MS  ^t""'"  "'  '''*^^  !''»''  iim-"^*"""-  ■>"'' 
at.iiiti;ilh   .i.->  luiTiu  sit  fortlV 


Claim. — Tho  loiiiini.atioii.  wilb  tho  piiKjo  .V  A',  oxt«)nially 
Ki-n;\*  thioinloil  at  thoir  imdn.  and  tho  a  upliiiu  1*.  ta[>ering  ul  it* 
low  r  i-riil  iiixl  [irovid  -d  wiJii  .1  (v>iitril  thii-«do<l  portion,  of  an 
i-iiliir^rod  mrow  ibniailod  iipixir  rliambor  and  a  lowor  onlarRod 
chamUr  ombnuiuif  tho  u|i!>er  jKirt  of  tho  nn!li,-oj^l<Ml  piirt  of  tin- 
|M|k:.  iKM-Uiiitf  (',  and  hollow  nut  i),  snlwtantially  ;i.«  doj*irilH<l,  aiid 
for  the  j>ur)»i<«o  wt  forlb 

1  229,772       3AW       L«i»Lai.u   3ui?si.   St    Clsir,    Mich       Filed 
H«r     12    IISO 


Cililiioi.u   3ui?si. 
(Mo  aalel.) 


^ 


Claim.— T^x  -ww-platp  A,  havinu  twth  n,  foniiod  by  a  neri** 
..f  luinilx.li.  iiidoiitatious  i-ut  alternately  from  upixmito  side*  of  tho 
phito,  the  111  ill  1  oinit  provided  with  coiiravi-  faoi*  r  and  plaiiiiur- 
L-d^T-K  on  op)xmitr  i»ido-<  alteruttU;!y,  aulwlaiitiall)  iw  dt-Hcrilxxl.  and 
for  tbc  irnqxnM-  «|x  citiod. 


JuLv  6,    i88o. 


r.  S.   P.ATENT  OFFICi: 


53 


229,773.     BALANCED  VALTE      WittiiB   P    TiTB»«,  PhlU       229,776. 
dalpkia,  P».      Fllad  lay  **    <<80       (■•■cdal.) 


f'taiM. — 1.  A  idide-valvo  wIhxw  trangverse  ww-tioii  u  that  of 
two  trianinilar  priaina  united  at  or  around  the  niwUng-liiic  of  two 
njmnponding  odj.'o*  in  the  UmifitudiBal  central  piano  of  tho  vah  o, 
all  tbc  rubblnn-aurfacca  of  the  valve  beini;  in  planes  radiatine 
from,  and  wben  produ««d  intertecting  in,  fwid  loiigitodinal  oen 
tral  plane. 

2.  Tbc  eonibiiuitlcn,  in  a  rtearawsnjrinc,  of  a  Ixix  or  cupixxl 
■Hd«-T«lrc  formed  of  two  trianfmUr  prigm«  anit<.>d  at  or  around 
their  a^jaoent  edge*  in  the  longitudinal  center  lino  of  the  valve 
with  a  valve-ftux  and  •  bftUnoe  pUte  or  oovcr,  the  ontire  mbbinp- 
■nrfacoa  of  which  lie  In  planoa  lnton>octing,  when  pnxlnoed,  upon 
a  line  coincident  with  th*  OMeting-lino  of  the  two  priani?  forming 
Uto  valre,  aulwtantially  ai  Mid  for  the  pnr]K)itc  aet  forth 


220,774.      WIMDMILL. 
rilt<  Jai.  I,  1889. 


H  IkTII 


CWaa.— The  combination,  in  a  windmill  in  which  the  hori- 
»inUl  dhaft  of  the  wlieel  in  geantd  to  a  vortical  tran«inittiiiff-i«ha»t 
by  a  pair  of  bevcl-wheeU,  of  tbo  hollow  pivotal  mipporta  .\  I>, 
alrrounding  i«id  abaft  and  having  tlic  Rhonldorx  U  K  and  top  O. 
witli  the  wheel  and  pegnlating  vane,  gnp]x>rting-ff«iHo,  oonainting 
of  the  bMc  C,  uprights  N.  croaa  bar  F,  and  the  hearing  K  L,  tin- 
lattor  r«ating  on  top  O,  bar  K  on  alionlder  K,  and  Imr  ( ■  on  ttionl- 
dor  B,  all  anbataiitially  an  dMcribed. 


220,776.       WBAFP8H    OR    EKVELOPB 
SoiiiT  H.  Tiearisi,  Brttklyi.  M.  T. 


FOB    BOTTLES,  Ac 
Fllad   Fah.  18,  1880 


CUtiin. — A  wrapper  for  a  bottle  or  o4her  article,  oompnaed  of 
a  ghoct  or  piece  of  clastic  p«<<kinu'  material  and  a  cover  to  which 
the  abeat  of  parking  material  ii>  «o<-arepil  at  one  o«lgo  only  and 
which  extends  beyond  tbc  aaid  [Kvcking  material,  ao  a«  ti  form 
flapa  for  iocnring  the  wrapper  n[»m  a  bottle  or  other  article,  aab- 
RtAntially  a«  ajieciflod. 


220,777.  PBOPORTIONAI,  DIVniKRS  JoU  I  VlilA  Ma 
dallli.  AitU^iu.  Unltad  ttalai  of  Catoabu  Piled  Mt;  20, 
1880.     (He  Bodal.) 


Clnim. — 1.  The  omnbinstion  of  two  rales  pU<«d  aide  bv  gide, 
tniiiiinel-hoadi!  attachtd  thereto  and  holding  theiu  parallel  Ui  earh 
other,  yet  {lonnitiing  their  longitudinal  movviaeot,  a  central  hojul 
or  ojirriap'  fitting  loosely  apon  aaid  rnlea,  rack*  attached  t^i  itaid 
ru^x!!.  and  gear-whoelt  aupported  in  baftriaga  in  aaid  caatral  hind 
or  carriage  and  engaging  with  aaid  racks  and  witii  each  other,  for 
i'lijiarting  motion  from  on*  rack  to  tho  otbor,  wliervliy  tlie  oentral 
btsd  or  cArriage  1*  alwayi  loaintainad  at  a  uniform  relativi>  or 
pr<i)M>rtir)n&l  Jiataneo  fnmi  tha  traiuiael-headii.  labcitantially  at. 
and  for  the  purpoae  iiiecifled. 

2.  The  combination  of  two  rule*  pla«vl  wdo  by  md*-.  train- 
mcl-beadx  attai-bad  tkeret<>,  holding  thniii  in  fac<<-t»-fa<'o  mntaot. 
yot  (•eniiittiiig  of  their  longitudinal  uiovemnnt.  a  contral  bead  or 
oarriagi'  fitting  lonaeiy  upon  aaiti  rulaa,  rackx  attached  lo  aaid 
rulaa,  two  wbeola  supported  in  boivrings  in  itaid  c«utral  head  or 
o4rnag<<  and  enga^^ing  one  with  each  rack,  and  a  tbird  wImm*!  w>- 
i-nrt-d  to  oDe  of  said  two  wbaek  ao  ai«  to  nitate  therewith  and 
engaging  with  the  other  of  (aid  whocU,  8abHtHntially  a*  and  for 
the  ]>orp«ap  ipecified. 

,S.  Tlie  OMiibinatioi)  of  the  rulos  A  A  .  provided  with  nw-ks 
H  H  .  the  traiiimel-ht«di>  ('  (' .  the  carnaco  1>,  the  wh*eU  d  rf  iL, 
and  the  thumb-iK'row  fi.  for  claiu|iing  laid  rulea  together,  auhatan- 
tially  aa  iiwoitied. 

4.  Tlio  cviiiibjnatioii.  with  the  ruieo  .\  A  ,  tho  traniiiielbtMtda 
('  C,  and  narnago  1),  oaoh  of  which  i«  o<mnt ructed  with  pnivm 
ion  for  rtx-oiring  and  Kecuring  a  [xiinl,  of  tho  iipring  pMicil-holtior 
K.  a<lap(o<l  to  bt>  unrur-d  to  either  of  aajd  traniiuol-b«aiia  or  to  the 
04irriage,  nulmtantiajly  a«  iporified. 

220,778.     RAILWAT  FBEI9HT  CAR       Et-ieTPd  B    Wa»p    Da 
ttoit.  Ilek       Filed   May  7,  litO       tKo  aedtl.) 


Claim. — 1.  The  oombination,  with  n  fwiebtK-ar  iii  which  fiart 
of  ita  b<idy  between  it»  trucks  pmjw  Ij<  dowimard  below  jtji  whtn  1 
axloii,  of  the  Ixittoni  floor-chord,  ('.  iiUR|>ondo<l  fnHii  tho  lop  chord. 
K,  by  the  rods  1  -J,  and  proridfMl  wit!;  the  i>up)Hir1ing  trTllw-r(xl^ 
M.  seicarfid  to  the  chords  A,  substantially  nf  dencriliod,  and  for  tho 
pnrjioao  set  forth. 

2.    A   ft-oight-car   whoroin   tlie   bottom    obonlx,  A    ('   H,   top 
I  hord,  K,  sup|H>rts  I),  braces  F  K,  tie-rtxln  <t.  and  stmts  J,  arc 
oi>iiil>inod  with  tlie  sapixjrliiignxlR  1  ■!  luid  irnxa-nHls  M.  xulwuii 
fittlly  a«  and  for  tbo  purfxiMUK  sot  forth 


229,776.  8TDMP  PULLER  P»hlt  C  Tho«»»oi.  Stiaklay 
Till*.  Vs.  Fllad  May  11.  1880  (Noasdal.) 
/irie/. — A  main  hand-leror  nion^  <*r  le«  bent,  and  with  iu 
lower  end  adapted  to  catch  undiir  tbo  spike- head  or  impinge  against 
the  Ixidy  of  tbc  plajit,  and  has  artirulatod  to  it  a  jaw  with  whisio 
upper  end  ut  wniiiocUxl  a  slidinu  bar  o in iiocttxl  U>  a  fuh-rum  piv- 
oted to  tbo  hoc-l  of  tho  m.iin  lovor  or  shaft. 

ClHim. — Tbo  lover  .\,  Hith  tho  kiioo  «,  hnviiie  tbo  rlaw  .\  , 
in  combination  with  tho  jaw  II,  artirnlat^vl  to  tho  j.-vw  of  tbo  U-vor, 
slide  (',  .ind  fnbruiii  1>.  siibstaiitiiilU  as  and  for  the  jMirjinae  sot 
forth. 


I  229.779       GLAi5S  MOLT        FsiDSmr  A     Wii.r    Bi 
{         ilgior   to  Mlcbse)    E    Hirertr    Vev  Tork    K    T 
»,  1880       (»«<•'  ,' 


onklya    as- 
r  led   Apr, 


;+ 


OFFICIAL    GAZF.TTF. 


|ui.v  6,    18.S0. 


<t<iiM.—[  \  ul.W"  ihhI'I  •i>ti.»lriltt.-<l  xiilwtiiiiliiillv  *«  ItfD-iH 
xli.ni  n  mil  il.  ■«  ril«<l,  .•..ii>ir.li.i:.'  ..I  .1  l«i~'  'T  iH.tli.iii,  < '.  I<>  » lii-  li 
M  liiiiLM'.!  Willi  ii  li..ri«.iil.il  linii.'.'  III.  t..|'  l>.  *iiJ  '"!■  "  '" '"-  '" 
t.»i.  |iurt«  liiiiiiml  ri>i:<-<lnT  vtrti.-nllv  .  :w  «'t  fiirtli. 

2.  Ill  I  ul.iiwiiiiild,  till-  ruiiiliiiiAliMii.  witli  llu  U.i«  iir  l«.ltiiiii 
»',  |,r..M.l..l  ivitli  mMXT  pn.jm-liiiu'  li|i.  1".  nf  lli.  Iim.:iil  i"|>  l»,iiul>- 
itldiitiiillt  .K  Inn  ill  kIkiwii  iiikI  i|<-.<  ril"<l 

.1.   IXv  (■..iiiliiinli.iii,  Willi    III-'   kIjimMiI'I.'    ''i-'   "!■   i'"tl"IH    ' 

all.l    I1IIII.T.I    ti'|.    1>.    "I     lll<-    "liltll'l    -t'll'l    ■'^-    ■•lllwl.JI'll-lll'       '■'    iMTllll 

rIii.w  II  mil  iIi-xtiIkiI 

229,780       HATCH   BOX       Gsuii.i  WnsnOB    Stnulnla    s«« 
iltii        F'.in   Apr    1     18*11       I  Hi»  modil.)      PiUnUd   in  SwsJri 

/;,.„, ■  ._it  I,  Mill  n.l.-.l  t.i  ni-.rt  llir  If.'litiiiL'  I'liil  .if  II  ciuur  in 
ii  ImiIv  III  III.  -Ill'  III  tl»  '"'v  '■'  ii:"'l«  '  ii'Ht'li -"ol  .i(.|.ly  it  M  «lia 
i'liil  uliili-  II  I"  I'l  fi"    '"'I   ""'  ITi'L-'Ud  Iri'i"  lli>'  «ii"l- 


liir  >44'<-l  iiliiU'M  IC,  n.<-<-i4M.<l  :il  V  iiiiil  |M-rr4iniU.<l  ul  I',  :ia<l  tli.' 
Mli.'ii'kli' <i  |{  ,  .-•iii'ilrii.'Iril  iiiiil  ii|>(:riliiiu' >ulisiiiii(iitlly  :i>i  itii.l  I'.ir 
III!'  |iiir|»««f».  ■«  I  (i.rtli 

229,783       STORK  SERVICK  APPARATUS.      Jo8«Pfl   C   White. 
I  N«w   Y'lrk    N    Y        riled  Apr    it,  18110       (Noaotlel.) 

'  lirnf  —  Inn.  Imil'  ■■;irrurH  |ir<>|M'll.'<l  .iLiiii;  \vii\n  Icatliii;:  rmiii 

>ti>ri    i.>iiiili'r>  III  I  :imIiii  t'h  (loik  ikiul  luu'k  UkmuiiiIitm  llir<ilit;li  liii.'4  li- 

^iiiwiti  ili«titii  I  IViiiii  III.-  citrri.Tw  pn>|wr. 


c— m 


"^^ 


jy 


I 

T 


<^//((IH.— I.      Till'    lli;ll<  ll   Ihi\  itill.l.'.llllU  "f   III'-  r.i'lll'lll>''l   iniHT 

itii.l  iiiitir  Imim-h.  II  /;.  lill.-il  t.i  uliilr  t<i!f<tli<T.  ami  r.iriii.Ml  witli  llic 
|i;llitiiik'-|>):it>'  f.  ii|n'iiiii!;  It.  (".>r  tlif  iii*irtii>ii  nf  tlio  liclitiiii;  .•ml  "f 
il  I  iKur.  aii.l  Kint  M.  r.ir  llir  iiiiit.-li.  UMlwt.ilitliill}  :u.  (iii.l  for  lli.' 
iMir|KM*-i«  wt  f.irtli. 

i  III  iiKil.  ll  Ikim-.  Ilii'  tliiU.i!  ..li.liii!:  iiimr  l«i\, '(,  ilm-l-'l 
l>\   jiLiU    II  .  Ill   f'Tiii   ■»  iii;it.li  n.f|il.i.  Ic  Aiiil  i>  liL'li'iii),'  I  liiiiiilx'r, 

itllil  |iliiM.lril  vlilll  !lu  iilHIIIIltfx  /k  I.  .DIllllilKll  «l!ll  till'  hIiiHciI 
Ik.\    /';.    .llli«t.iill  i;llh    .l~   illilMll     lll.l   lU'S<TilMll. 

.!  Ill  iMir.  I  'i...\.>.  Mm-  "iiiliiii.'  Ih.\  ...  (iinii.'il  \»>lli  \\u-  .int.T 
1.  c  iMiiiiiii.il  \Mth  till  iiiitiT  l"i\, ''.  fiiniuil  uitli  lilt'  ii|  Kill  n;;  A,  ami 
|ir.i\  i<)i  ll  «  itli  III.-  |.l,ili-H  .-  •/,  suiwUilili.illv  .iH  411.1  I'll-  till  |.iiri«wi-s 
h|H't  Iti.'il  

229.781  COAL  HINlNli  AND  DRILllNO  MACHINE  WiL- 
i,i««  WnvKH  PSi'»iin»;'.if,  Pd  F'.'.«'1  »*y  21,  USfl-  tllo 
mild  el   ' 


C'lnim. — 1.  The  i-<iinliiii:itii>u,  « itli  tlic  oimt^TH  uml  il«»k  .if 
•  Rton-,  iifik  WHV  (.■xU-ii.liiii:  rrniii  ;t  iMNiitioii  iMljiu-ciit  t'l  t-,i>tli  ixiiiii- 
t4jr  to  »  ik^k.  It  wity  cxU'iidiiij;  rnnii  tin.  doitk  tii  iir  \Ku>i  Kiiil  cwuii- 
tur,  mill  i)|K"r-.itini:  ii)>|iliHiic<-H  wlu-niliy  carriiTii  |iI;i>-(h1  iii>oii  wiiil 
wiiya  an-  |>niiH-ll.-<l  tn  ,uul  frmii  llio  .Icxk. 

'1.  Till-  ( .iiiiliiiiali.iii  <if  .  .miil.-rx,  ili-wk,  hiuk,  ami  carriiTH,  iiiul 
ii|>lili.im-<-x  wlun  liy  i-jw  ll  t-arricr  w  autotiiatically  ilriM-u  aloii;;  1(11 
vvut  f'niiii  tli<-  >  .iiiiiur  III  lli<.  .U«k  anil  troiii  tlie  dunk  Ixu^k  tu  Muitl 
I  I'uiiiilir,  HiiliHtaiiti^dlt   ;u<  "<'t  f.irtli. 

.1.  The  i-.iiiiliiiiatii>ii,  witli  llii-  loiiiiUTs  :iinl  ili-wk.  nC  ;«  IkiihI 
and  a|i|>liaii<'OK  for  ii|MTatiiiK  tli.-  wtim  In  <-i>iiducl  tlio  i-arri.  r  tu 
tlu)  dunk  and  from  tlic  laltci  l.>  tin  <.iuiiU'r  fniiti  stlii.li  it  »iui 
Hcnt,  MiliHtantially  ok  --mI  fnrtli 

i  229,784.      CHURN     UAShER        HiHAK    W     White.   Inktoa. 
D»k.     Pile*  F"'-    5    H^O 


rl, ii,H  —1  Till-  i.>iiiliiiiati..ii  i>r  till-  ilrill-i-I.mip.  an  arm  |>ro- 
^illl■<l  Willi  r.irs  111  i.r.ij'ili.iiii.,  111  :i.IjU!.ljiMi-  mn'W ,  :niil  a  iiixv- 
..i.h    ,1.1)1  Willi  ill.-  nut  .III  tin'  .Irill nwl.  »iilwtniiliall>   iu>  wt   forth. 

.'  riir  ...iiiliiiiiitioii.  Willi  a  »taii.ljir.l  or  <lamIar.|H,  ..f  tin-  U 
...  L  -liil"'!  «ii|i|"'rt.<  niHiii  wlii<  ll  tin-  iiiiiiiii;;  or  ilrilliiii;  t.HiU  an- 
i-i<pl».i  l.'il.  '<iil>!<t;intiallN  lU  ri|K-t  ili.'il. 

t  A  ilnll  »liiifl  |)m\i<lod  witli  a  iraiik  \i|x>ii  iti*  n  ir  iinl.  .iml 
:i  milk  HI  Ik  Iwi  111  tin-  11111,1'r  ami  the  fo»-d-<  laiii|i,  wlicn-ln  mn-  nr 
two  |i,-r«iiii«  i-;iii  ii|i»'ralo  tin-  drill-nMl,  ■.iilwtiiittially  iu»  jiliowii. 

I  rin-  mil  nil  llio  drill-lKir,  iimviili-^l  willi  )iniii-<(ioiin  <hi  itM 
I  .r.N  inliinl  l..r  .-jUrliiiii'  ,ii;.iiii»t  ill.- .i.lJii»t.iliU  -toii.  •.iilwt.inti.llly 
I-  .|i  -«  n'n  ll 

,'i.  1  111  .■.iiiiliiinli.iii  of  tin  lint  (inn  i.lrd  w  illi  iirojiilioii"  "H 
111  r.irw:iril  fiul.  :i  il.-t-M-  iBUwiii:;  llinm^'li  tin-  rlaiii|i  ami  |ir.iMil<Hl 
w  itli  a  Haii^.',  ami  a  rul.U-r  >.|iriiiir  »lin-li  ii«  lifid  ln-lwit-ii  tin  1  lamp 
ami  tin-  tIaiiL'i-,  niil-laiilialh   .-u*  iw't  forth. 

II.  Till-  ilaiiiii  for  holdiiii;  the  drill  rixl,  ill  riiiiihiiialioii  with 
tin-  ;iriii  whiili  t'oriu."  a  [Mirt  tliiTi-^if  lUid  nlii«-li  in  .  laiiipHl  t<i  tlio 
crow-lKkr.  siilMljiiilialU  ai-  ii|H-<'iliiil. 


Chim.  Tin-  coiiiliiiialnni  of  tin-  two  »<'tK  of  "t-'ilioiiary  .d>- 
lii|no  hMw  ♦  6  <•  r.  .-onilni.tiil  ami  armiiiri-"!  a«  il.-*  riU-il,  to 
pnidncv  .tl)li.|ii(  ami  irt<lial  .  iirn-iit*.  iml  ll..-  iiivcit.'.l  .  iij.  I>.  .  ..11 
mtnict.-d  w  illi  a  vi-rlK-al  iii.ir;;iii  |>i.riml  w  ilii  a|K'rliir.-*  il,  |ir.«<lii<iiiu' 
r.wliai  |i  i»  ■■t  .iir  1.1  iiiiiiiih'  with  muiil  raili.il  ciirn-ill'.  .i'' i  ri-.iiii  and 
llu-  i-.-.iilliii;i  ii|.w.iril  .  iiniiiN.  .11.  .mil  lor  llir  |air|Mw*-- Mt  lortli 

229.786.  PROCESS  of  and  apparatus  for  coating 
PILLS  Ja»«i<  A  Whithjy  NtwYnrk.B  T  F:UdApr  42, 
ISHO        iVn  Biidti.) 


229,782       PKRIDTATION  PADLOCI       Hiiii'    F     W « » «     Pt- 
Uikl.  Tma       Filad  lar    n.  IISO       (lodiil   > 


(  l„,m  —In  a  i«-riiiiitali<.ii  liMlhN-k,  th.-  .  ..iiiliinalioii  of  lliv 
«l.intlar.l  It.  liaMin:  n-.i-i«M-^  II.  u'nx'vi-  <'.  '"i-*  |'h>U-  .\,aml  i-rowii- 
plati-    1>.  .m.l   ih'-   inii.r   riin;>..    I.   huMii-   rn-<-<s.»    1"    iml   \»»*  N. 

;,,„!  ll, ii.r  rin-',  M.  liavuis:  inii"  ■■<.  wiili  llu    int.T|N.*-.l  .uinn 


<l,iiM—l     riic   (inK-i-w.  of  (iBitiiiu'   pill«  ami  Miiiiilar  arti<-l.-» 
with   a  iinitiiti    1     i.llMi«iv.-   siili»t.im-«-  wlu.li    i-.nij.intj'    in    paK»iii- 
'  llii-iii  U-lvu-»-ii  iiml  ill  i-«iiila.-I  with  tin    HiirfK-ii.  of  w.ll  i-laiUM-  111:1 
tcrial  <  liaru'ifl    or   *iipplii.l  hiiIi   tin    .oiiliiiy  miliMtami',  siilw-tni 
tiallv  iiK  Inn  111  ■"■•  t'irtli 

i.    In    111    .I'KiiMlii-   t.ir  r. tiling;    iiill.  or  liki    .irl  i.  h-*.  1  w  o  s4ill  | 


Jlly  6,   1880. 


V.  S.   PATKNT  (»FFI(  1:. 


■)  •) 


and  flii>«li«-   ndli«,  in  oiiiihinatioii  with   miitaldo  iiu'sinri  of  Mipply 
iiit:  the  (iKiline  matorial  to  tlio  Hai.I  ntlU,  unlML-uttially  om  and  for 
llu-  puq«o«>  horoiii  «"l  forth. 

:}.  Ill  an  .-ipiKiratnii  for  i-iKitinu  pilU  or  lik<-  arlii-K*,  tin-  timi- 
l>iiiati.iii  of  .1  ft.c<l  iKwnl  with  two  or  iiion-  will  and  (hinlic  rolU 
and  KuitahU.-  imwm  for  supplying'  thi-  coatin;;  nialorijil  to  tlio  itinl 
ndU,  Kulwtantially  ;i«  and  for  tin-  piiri><»H>  horv-iii  «>t  forth 

4.  Ill  an  npparalnH  for  i-oaiiiij,'  pilln  or  liki'  arlii-'ii»,  tin-  ooiii 
liiiialioii  of  the  wifl   and   .hiMtic  rolU  \  and    1*  with  f.-i-ilrolli'   1> 
and  troiiijhi*  K,  »iilii«taiitiall>  an  and  for  tin  piiriMw*  lurtiii  w-t  torlli. 

r».   In  an  apparalii*  for  i-<Kiliii;;  pilU  or  liki-  artii-Ii-!»,  tin-  roiii 
liinatitin  .'f  tin-  w>f»    iinl  t-laiti.    roIU  A,  1$.  nml  (',  pl;w-i-d   in  n-la 
tiiin  with  oai-h  otht-r  »ulwlaiitiall>  a»  ami  for  tlii'  piiriHwx-  lii-nin 
wl  forth. 

(i.  Ill  an  «|>)»amtii!i  for  i-oatiiiK  pills  or  liki-  aiiiili'*,  tin-  wift 
.and  i-l.-istii-  rollx  A,  H.  and  C,  pla<-»xl  in  tin-  d.-w-riU-d  r<-latioii  willi 
.-a.li  other,  in  iN.inldnation  with  fi'»'«l  r.illi«  ))  and  tnm^'hn  K,  all 
siilixtantiaUy  iw  and  for  tin'  pur|>o«H>  hon-iii  wt  forth. 

7    In  an  apparatno  for  i-ontini;   pill"  or  liki-  artitles,  tin-  i-oni 
hination  of  two  .ir  iiion-  mif^  and  i-lantic  ndU,  lucaii*  for  j<uppl\  iiiy 
till'  wiid  roIU  with  till-  ooatiii;,'  nialirial,  ami  an  i-mll.-*.  apron,  L, 
Milvlaiiti.'illy  ikK  and  for  tin-  piir|»"«.  In-n  in  »i-t  forth. 

5.  In   an  api«iratiiii  for  i.i:iliiit'  pillx  or   liki-   arti.  li-s.  two  or 
iiion-  i>A<n  and  cliuilir  rolln,  in  i-oniliiiiatioii  with  nn-aii>  for  Mippl> 
iiiu'  tin   coatin;:  iiiati-rial  t.i  llic  wiid  rolls  and  iiioi  haiiixiii.  «ii!i-«laii 
tialli    an  lit-n-in  dt-wriU-d.  for   iiii|>;irtiiiu'  a  di(T<-n-nlial  v.I.k  il\   l.i 
Hiiid  rolls,  milwtaiilialli  as  and  for  tin-  piir|«««-  h.  n-in  -wt  forth.         , 

{).    In  an  ap|tiralu.s  for  i-onlin::  pills  or  like  arlirh-w,  thi-  loiii-  , 
l.inalioii.  with  tin-  rojitini:  nntli.-inisin.  .1!'  a  n-fVi^'i-ratcil  n-.-ii\iii«  : 
lUi  i.-< .  »  hi-n-t.y  tin-   pills   -in- .  Iiilh-d  ,  and   r.  nd.  r<-.l    imaiKiMi- ol 
iMlht-riui:  lo  olln-r  snil'mis,  iiiiin.-.liah-lv   iil«'ii  Ih.  ir  n-l.-asi'  IV..ni 
111.   .-.Kiliiifr  dni.-i*,  sul.slaiitiall,\   as  and   t.ir  th.    piiriH»<    h.-iiin 

wt  forth. 

in  In  an  .ippaiattis  f..r  ...aliii,'  pills  01  liki  arti.li-^.  tin 
<-.niil.iii;ilion  of  ,1  st.-aiii-ja<  k.  I.  I.  "illi  l""  or  inon  -.11  iml  i-las 
til  rolls  ami  im-ans  fur  siipplMiii'  llu-  s^iiil  rolls  villi  lln  .0:11111- 
iii:il.  rMl.  suliHl.iMli.ill>   :i-  .mil  lor  tin    piiris.«<-  li.-r.-in  «-l  lortli 

11.  In  .III  apparatus  for  .-oaliii'.'  jnMs  or  liki- arti.  l.s.  th.-.«in  , 
l.ilialion  III  tin-  r..lls  .\.  It.  ami  ('.  I..  .1  mils  1  >.  Iri.iii:l.»  K,  and  ! 
sli-:ini  .i.n  ki  1    I.. ill  -1,1.-1.11111. ill^    .1-111.1   l.'i    ll"    |.Mr|-.-i     In  r.  11.  -.  I 

forth.  ,        ,  t 

11     In  an  ni.|>:iniliis  for  .•.iilini;  pills  or  like  :irti.  l.s.  lln   ...111     ; 

hinalioii  of  the  >fr.i<>vo«l  fii^l  ls>:ii.l  K.  tin  *)t1  :iml  .-l:n-ti.  roll-  is  1 
.\  M  <".  fi-v-d-ndU  I),  tnmgh  K.  and  Htfaiii  jiu k.-t  I.:ill  siilMaii  : 
tiallv  iu«  and  for  tln<  pnr|>i«ii'  licn-iii  wt  forth 

1.1.    In  an  apjiaratud  f.ir  .-.Bitiiii.'  )nlUor  liki-  :krti.l.-s.  th.  <<iiii- 

l.iiinti if  111.-  i-mlliw  lH>lt  L.  tin-  fn*.*!  lioanl  K.two  or  iiior.    soli 

ami  .  l:i»ti.    r.ill*.  iiioann  for  mipply  ini;  tin-  wanl  mils  with  lln-  .oal 
ins  iii.ati'nal.  and  iini  liani«iii,  itulwtantiall)  as  dew  rilMil.  lor  ;nlii- 
alini;   tin-  <-iidli-!»  apron   in   nnisoii  with   lli.-   f.s-.liiii:  nl   tin    pills 
fnnii  tin- Wild  fi^il-lHianl   K   to  the  winl  rolls.  :ill   «iil«.l.uitiall.>   as 
am!  for  the  piir|Xi4e  hen-ill  »  t  fortli 

229,786.      SHUTTER.      Jabis  G    WiLnoii    New  York    N    Y      as 
•  ignor   to   Pr»Btl«   Porbm.  •»■*•  plate       Filed   Feli    4    1880 
/.Vi'7  — The  npri^rhts  of  a  ear  door  .ir  wiml.iw   U.im-  a  siii-h 
L'r.sn.-.  w  liieh  iiiir'_'|.s  llit.i  two  urisivt*  ill  tin-  erirliii^'s.    The  iipinr 
w-itioii  of  a   tli-\ilili-  shiiller  m  tin-  npriijMi.  sli.l.s.  niiu  lie-  oiil<-r 
irnmv.   in  the  earlint's.  ami  the  lower  m-etion  slides  into  lli.-  mm  r 
groove  of  the  (arliii>p*  l'\    im-aiis  of  i;iinl.-  pins,  wliuli  tr.n.l  in   a 
slot  in  till-  irr.o've  of  the  iipri;;lils  1  MiiinliiiL'  into  the  mm  r  i;ro..\i 
111  111.-  1  .irliiii.'s.  ^ 


.■rf-.x  -Si*.  s«r  ■<-  •««:    sE  ■»«• 


^     "V 


229,787.        MILLSTONE     BALANCING    IIEVICE 
WiTBll.  DedhkB    Ee       Filed  Dee    17.   lITt 


JosiPH    B 


-    ■^>--.:^   ■-  -  ■ 


i  linm —  \s  all    iiii|iro\ eim-iit    in    lialam  iiig    liiiriziinl:il    null 
KtoiioK.  the  eoinliimition.  with    tin-  riniiier  It.  of  a  li..ri/:oiil:il  la-s  . 
A.  Iia\  ini:  .1  .-oiii.-al    lHitt<nii  and   partiall.   lilUsI  with  ,-i   I.nm    ma 
tonal  m1ii.Ii  is  fn-i    |..  .listrilnile  ilM-lf  iind.-r  lli<   .  oiiiliniist  :iiiii>ii 
of  pnuiti  ;in.l  I  eiilrifii:;al  f.iree.    is  lurein  s|Kiiru-d 


220.788.      HARROW  TOOTH        Futi.rKici    G    Wisbk..  u.ige. 
Ir,w»,      Piled  Aj.r    »7,  18S0       iNoEcdel.) 


CUiim.  —  1.  The  harrow -t.Mith  Imld.-r  eoiisistiiiL' ..(  lii.  i;istiii^ 
li,  lia\  ilii:  ihr  top  Haii;;!-.  h  .  tin-  lop  ami  Uilt^itii  r:iii;.'i-s  ol  imi.  lu>., 
r  r  r,  and  the  middle  ohloni;  o|N-i)nii;.  A.  the  said  not.  In-  U  im;  on 
.■»  piano  iii.'liiieil  to  the  lia.  k  i-nin>.»  \rc  of  s.ii.1  h.ild.-r.  ;iii.!  .ulaplisi 
for  u«-,  :is  sli.iHii  and  «i»-)-itic.l 

i.  The  eoinliinalioii  of  the  Uohlor  eoiiKixtiii;.'  of  lli.  .  awjiii:  It, 
lia\  in^  the  top  fi.iiitfe.  h  .  the  top  and  Uiltom  niiip-»  i.f  iioi<-li<», 
(  r  I,  and  the  nii.lille  .dilonu  o|H>iiiiip.  //,  Willi  the  olili.pie  hrtrr.ov 
liar  .\.  till  tiMitli  ('.  ami  the  1  lainpinp  Isill  1>.  Aai.l  liolder  lo  iiii; 
siipIMirli.l  In  :iiiil  sliiftiil  horizoiitnlly  U|Hiii  its  flniit'e /<  In  eliiinci 
llii  jMniiidii  lit  ilii  tisilli.  mill  the  Kiiid  not.  Ins  U-iny  riirio.il  In 
siippiirl  III.    liH'lli  III  III!    lim    111  (Iran,  :is  shown  and  s|iieilii-<! 

229.789.       BETHon    OF    venting    sealed    cans       Jiiuf 
Woirr    Kulport,  He       F-.led    Hij    li".   :%iV       (No  acdei   ) 
ftriff — .Snl)iiierc'-s  tin-  Illl.-.I  :iii.l  lo.*.  1\   i-.ner,.,i  i-juis  phw.-i! 
in  tiers  III   a  wire  l>aski  t    into  llic  lirilh  ..f  nil    liciUi.l    l.i   a  st<-:uii 
mil    to  'il.'i      Falireiihiil.       .Vftir    In  e    |..   tin    iimmlei-  w  illi.irim  - 
and  iiiliiicdi:il4'li   !to|ih.|>  tin   .om  i-»  t..  lln-  inns 

Clnim- — Thu  iiiotliiHl  of  1  \|slliiiy  tlii-  air  fnnii  eniis  .if  fish 
|ttirkiM]  in  oil  or  other  pi^rwrvatlM  siilwlane.  nr  siilwlAm-.i-  In  first 
siiliji-eilin;  the  cans  ami  1  ontiiiU.  w  illi  thnr  eoM-rs  mi  l.iit  11..1 
*>lil.-n-.l  thereto,  lo  a  hath  of  liiat.sl  oil,  mu]  s..|i|(,riiii;  ..n  sii,  i, 
e.i\en>  Imimslint.-l)  alter  (In-  uiiis  ha>.-  iwii  «illiilniv>n  fn.ii,  tin 
oil.  siiliKtanliiilh   ;w  lies.  rilN'd 


229,790       WHIFFLETKKE    HOOK       WiLUAn    J     Woods     Kiw 
York,   N     Y.      Piled  Mtr.   15.   ISSO       <)»o  moae;    > 


.^,   .  - 


rt 


(  liiim.  —  1.  \  ih-\ii'e  lor  siMiirmt'  tr:u<"s  or  lin-js  liiii;..  .  on 
Hixtin;;  "if  a  stud  with  a  inws  Inad  of  «1om  tail  fnrm  iinni.n  ahlv 
li\i-<l  to  its  iiliaiik.  ill  eoiulim.ition  with  -.i  )ilut-<  huMiiu  a  d.AeUiiled 
slot  fonmsl  llieii-in.  whiih  slot  is  .if  lew.  leiiulli  than  is  tin  ( n**.- 
heiul  ol  the  stii.l.  »ul>i'tanli:illy  .is  ami  h>r  lln    pur|»».    dew  riU-ii 

'1.    Ill  a  >le\  iee  for  se^  iiriiiL'  Inu.---  .ir  Uros  hint;,  :i  stii.l  Willi  .1 
.roHHand  .loM-taiitil  lie;i<l  |H-riii.tn.-iilli    hx.^l  l<i  lis  shank,  in  .nni 
hination  with  .1    dnM-tail  slott.sl  pl.it.-  s>'"'iirisl    u--   lin   i-mi   .if   iin 
traix;  or  linni  hiii^,  and   lia>iiit  a  eounlirsiink    l.ui  .  siiltstaiiii.ilU 
:i«  and  for  the  piir|NiM'  diiM-rilKil. 

229,791.  GAME  APPARATDS  G  I  »»  A  no  Wi  1. 1.1  r  ,  ;  h  PilU 
delpklt  P»  ,  tmidnor  f.f  one  h»!f  of  kin  r\fY\  In  Wii'iim  H 
Kvim    lime    pUce        Filed  Dec     16    l«7il 


h 

i 

> 

\ 

J 

; 

1 

-..L.,_i 

Vlntm. — 1.   TIh-  i-iniihiievtion  of  iiprii.'litf«.  i«eh  pnonhil  wjtli 
a  Kjiiifli-  CT>nm\  .and  eiirliiiifK,  en.  li  ppi\  idinl  w  itli  a  jKiir  of  trr"»iM»t  I 
«>|H-iiiii:.'  into  the  sinirlo  proo\eof  the  iipnchtH.  when-ln  two  tiexi- 
Ide  cAr-hliniU  mar  Ik-   iiseil  111  a   |i<wihon   ver1i<-;il  to  e;u  h  other 
nnd  iiiommI  into  a  |«Mitioii  Mi.le  hy  side 

i   The  i-oinhination  of  the   tl.-\ihle  car   hliilds    K   I,  ;,'ro<i\(-s 

F,  K.  and  1>,  i;iiidepiiis  If.   iiid  eha Is  ('.  sulMt:iiitiall\   as  hen 

ill  KiKtiliod. 


r/f()«.  — Ill  11  )faiin.  apiiaraliiK,  ,1   prmiii^Un    Uu\>\\  «r  ..it  li:i\ 
int:  elasti"    niiirs  in  i;roov"ii  iienr  its  |s>iiili-d  emU  iml  iiiiiii<'rHi->  on 
it*  niiU .  or  frtc*-*,  in  eoinhiiiatioii  with  a  lriaiii;nlar  |>eii,  'iilwlun- 
tiallv  ai.  wt  forth  and  donenhe*!. 


229,792.      BRIDLE       Rhodii  AKOiD  Wkltkaa    Itm       Filed 
Jme  %    18R0       (Model  ) 
Clnim. — The  eoiiihiiiiUioii.  with  the  lies' dpiiyi    A  ami  hit  ( ', 
of  the  rein  l>,  attoehisl  t<i  the  heiul-pns-e  ami    pa»«nl  lhroiii:h  the 
hitrincsy,  us  shown  an.l  dtiwriiM-tl,  lor  lit.    piir|H>M'  s|k-<  iIilsI 


OFFICIAL    GAZblTTF 


July  6,  1880- 


Jlly  6.  1S80. 


U.   S.   FATFNT  OFFICF. 


57 


RUSSL'hS,  j 

9,27B.    BOOI  BIWDIH')      FuDiiicc  i.  H»iIioL'C».  Hiw  York    ; 
'  N     T        V)\»i    Utr     13,    1380        Orlglnl    )lo     SOr.SOV   d»tH  ! 


Chiim.  —  1  Fn  »  b<>'>k  ooniiiirtiiii;  of  :i  w^riiw  of  loiivi^s  or  fi,\um 
unVcUiyl  iir  Miorti*tl  in  tli<'  Ikv  k,  !ln-  roiiihin.ition  tlnTcwitii  of  a 
noodle  laiil  ii!  i'««li  of  «iiil  ncrics  Jim!  lUiLsidi-  i<f  .i  i"V'l  or  !<tr«ii 
iilttctMl  ill  1-imIi  iiiitcti  1)1-  lUDrliMji,  siilwIuKlially  ii.->  iinl  Imi-  tb<  j.iir 
|HM<'«  itot  fnrlli. 

2.  Ill  a  IkmiU,  till'  r(iiiil>iii:ition.  with  .■.  •Mrio.<  nf  li-a\ry  or  fudon, 
i.f  iiomilm  iirran^wl  witinii  lln'  Haini'  iiml  ebMtir  liiihliim  conU  or 
»U%{m  jpaimnH  tmimvcntt-lv  tliniiit'li  n<>tfiK-«or  im  rtisiti  in  flic  feaves 
or  fulioR  Dvor  thf  nuid  ticcdloii  and  iittAclu-d  to  Uhj  '-(irci-^,  nulwtjiii 
tially  M  BiHy-ififd 

3.  In  ;i  IxHik,  the  o<>ii;liiii:iti(iii  of  a  hctir*  of  leavrn  or  foliox, 
iioc«ll<^  arran/<-d  vrithnj  tlic  hjiidc,  hindiiii;  obrdi*  or  ttr.i|ui  |I)uw<k1 
trHiiSTi-r'M'lv  thmoifli  ii(»t<  hi*  or  iiinrti.-tott  ill  tlio  Icnvon  or  f<ilioK 
oviT  '<aid  iKHjdles  uid  peniMiieiitly  .itt.u  li^d  to  the  eovvr,  and  a 
Iwuk  indi|>»'iiil<'Ut  "i<  and  d«itjwlicd  from  »ali!  Uiavo*  or  foliiw.  form 
inU  i>art  of  «  rover.  ;ind  in:id<»  of  or  coiiiiii-iMiii!;  claiiiu  iiiaiiTMl, 
iiuliHtiiiitiallv  M  x^Mi'itii'd. 


2  III  11  stiivi.  <ii|>[).>rfiMU  idiUform  or  mat  of  tlio  oli^rm  tcr 
hi'mii  vr  forth.  roii![Mwi-d  of  ,1  mctjil  cover  mid  mi  iiitirior  lilliiig. 
llio  rouiliiii.iniiii.  v»itli  ihi'  i<-iitrtkl  or  flat  icirtion,  of  a  Hurrouiidiii»; 
rained  rim.  satMlJintiJiny  nj.  ^md  for  tliir  paqMMOM  mit  forth. 

.3.    In  n  ■•line  »a|>i>ortiii;;  jiliitforiii  or  iimt  of  tlio  chiinutir 
hrn'tn  M't  forth.  rom|Hi»MMl  of  a  iiiotid  corw  and  an  interior  (ill 
inir    ''i''  riiiiibinstioii,  with   iiwid  covf  and   filling,  of  tlio  corner 
jin  ,  ,  H    I"    .itwtaiitiiiMi    is  jihown  and  d«i»cribo«l. 

I  III  d  atovp  itu|i(><>r4iiii;  platform  or  mat  of  the  <diara<  tcr 
herein  wt  forth  the  <''>Hihiuiiti(Mi,irith  the  iMinicm  lliepoof,  of  ito(ia- 
rahlc  mctHilii'  rimixr  [>i<hm>(i,  xabntantially  an  whown  and  diMH-riht^d. 

^  In  a  iit4>\8-tin|>|Mirtiut;  platfonii  or  mat  havini;  a  lurroiiiid 
■•>.  iiit«-d  rim  or  otlgu.  lh«  roiiibiitation,  with  aaid  rini.  of  an  in- 
terior titling.  KulMtAntially  aa  and  for  the  pnr]Kiiie«  ar^t  forth. 

^>.  Ill  a  xt^iro-inpitortiii)^  platftirui  or  mat,  the  combination  of 
an  inteii'  ;  fiUink'.  an  ostorior  metallic  coverinR,  and  a  raim^l  rim 

<ir  uije  f  I' d   111  iho  said  e«)Terini(,  Rabntantially  aa  iihown  and 

dexrilxvl 

".  In  a  utovp  »up]x>rtin({  platfortii  or  mat,  tlio  combination  of 
an  inlt-rior  Gllin^;.  an  exterior  motallic  ooverinx.  and  a  rsiaed  edj^e 
or  rim  foninxl  in  the  eovpriti)f,  naid  rim  b«-in);  wuxtaint'd  ujion  itii 
interior  bv  a  filliiif;,  inbutanlially  a>i  ihoivii  and  dixerilxHl. 

•<  V  <tove- platform  iiuidi"  with  itniiken  Inidy  .\.  niiiwil  uAitv 
U.  !.i.<i<'niiii,''  '  ,  and  •<  r<"v  I),  in  (oiuhitiation  with  the  fmiiie- 
work  K,  Mil»tniiti,ill\   (v<  di-^riVwrl 

!>.  Suiilieii  l«»l\  A  mill  miimii  (•d.n-  B,  in  coiuUination  with 
(■.u>leiniii;i  <',  Hu)wi«iiliiillv  a!»  dewritwd. 


9,276. 

1«74 


HARVESTER       Wiireii    T    Randolph    t'HiTi    low* 
Miir    I5,1«T»        Orl((in»i    Ko     155  251     dat'.d    S»;i-.     22 


9,278  THILL  COOPLINO  WiiHiM  HiROll.  PittifUl*. 
Iftii  .  t(ii|(ior  to  B«g(B«  Htrdtr  laai  pUe<  Fllti  lif 
t«.  KRO.      OrtKlltl  No.  22&.01  1.  dttad  lir    1,1880 


riaiiu. 1    The  adjustable  eli-vntur  fraiiio  H,  linvini;  elorator- 

app'OH  1»  K.  iiidt-iH'iiiIent  of  the  pbitform-upron  ('.  hinced  to  the 
main  nUlform  A  on  the  journaU  of  lower  eU-Tator  roller  (•,  and 
the  aprtmn  uix-nitJ-d  by  nieanii  of  l^ltK  and  pnlU-ys.  or  their  ii)ui\a- 
leiil«,  «Mlwlaiitiallv  an  and  for  the  purpose  dts»eril)e<l. 

•i.  Ill  a  linrvcdter,  the  roller  r  of  the  platfonii  apnm,  jour- 
nihil  III  lb"  fntiiM^  .V.anil  the  hiwer  roller  p  of  the  apron  K.  jour- 
liabd  III  I  hi  siime  tVailie.  in  i-oiublli»t|o)|  with  the  lower  ndii  r  d 
of  Ihe  apron  1 ),  joiiriiab-<l  i»i  the  ndJOKtHble  elevnuirfraine  H.  and 
the  Uiiilx  loniiiMtnm'  the  (ml ley «. I  L  L,  whereby  the  t<>imi..ii  of 
the  liHiid»  eoiiiUHtiii;;  ii4id  driviiij?  the  name  i«  neither  inerT-adwl 
nor  diiiiinislii-d  by  the  adjiixtmeiit  of  the  elev»tor-frHiiie  IS.  an  -'t 
forth 

.1.  In  ooinbinatioii  with  the  grain  -  plalfonn  of  a  barie«ter 
lirtviiiu  an  ajiTon,  Ca  hinifwl  »d[j««table  cli^Tator  frame,  U,  having 
two  ifraiii-elerator  aproua,  I)  K,  whieli  nxwive  the  irniiii  bi-tiv*'!! 
tlieiii  fnmi  the  platr(inii-«{m>n,  and  whivb  may  l»  adjiiitO'l  at  dif 
fereiit  anitltw  of  elsTation  by  adjaatioeiu  of  the  hinsi  d  fmiiie  in 
which  they  arc  earriinl.  nubatantially  an  and  for  the  |)un>.>w  si>o.  i- 
fled. 


Clniin. — 1  III  a  thill  <-onpliiiit.  tliecombiuMtion  of  a  ta|>erini: 
pill  and  a  U^b»(Hd  lioldintrnpriiiif,  wlionsby  rattling  of  the  thill 
IS  previ  iit<'<l,  -iulwliotially  «h  dewribod. 

i  III  »  tliil!  roiiplinu  of  the  claaa  described,  thu  combination 
ot  a  lji!M  riiit;  pm  foriiiwl  at  itji  larjcor  end  with  a  jinyeetion.  I,  and 
the  U  «lia|Md  ^iiriiiir,  one  end  of  wliieh  in  puard  ovor  the  amaller 
cud  of  the  tjii^-ruitf  jiin  »iid  the  other  eiid  p»i«e<l  over  the  pn>jee- 
tion  of  Ihe  hiru'er  end  of  the  taptrrinR  pin,  whereby  wTjar  ia  taken 
iipautoui.itieallv  ui'l  ratflinif  |.r<'\eiited.  Miibatantially  a*de»cril)ed. 


0,279.      HARVKSTER.      Ak  igt  *  J    Hodo«>,  Penrl*    111       flUd 
Mar.  t,  ISIO.     OrlglaalKo    147.77}.  dated   Feb    14.  1874 


9,277.     STOVl  PLATFOH.     iHiiDiL  DiTWUia.  Milwaalm 

Wli  .    aiilRior   to   Saaii*!    T     Daaekr       '(!•<   liT    3     1^80 

Orli^laal  No.  114  Oil,  4atid  Fab    17.  1371 

Claim.  —  1.   1m  a  »tovenoppiirtiii|t  platform  or  mat  of  the  char 

ni  tor  her»  in  «-t  forth,  a  rained  niii  or  b<<ad  ••nmuindinn  the  oonlra: 

|Kirt,  made  <onHniiou«  theniwith,  and  with  the  tiaialied  perimeter 

which  e\teiidit  dinni  to  the  flmir-lino.  and  a<lanted  to  oiieraU'  miti 

Ktrtiitialli  an  nhown  and  d<»MTi!»(><l. 


(/„i;».  — 1     I'l   eombinutioii  with  the   hinged   a/\juatable  eb- 
1   v.ilorm>«>iii   K  K,  |.!iitfonti  r.irvH  r  I.  I'lilley  M.  and  l«dt  eonncTtini: 


it  »ilh  the  piilbi   1.  the  iip|H-r  ivirrler.  K  ,  and  piillei  .1,  jonriiaUtl  j    in  a  ain;.'le  im«<-«',  Milwttanlially  ua  h.n  in  Khowii  mid  di-«.  nUd 

II.  ,priiit'-barK/..'\vl.Rh  alh.w  Ihe  earrier  K    to  i  ield  npwani  mid  i-   The   frame  A.  j.nnid.fl  with   o|-o    p.iralbl  »b.i«  I.  1„  for 

hohl  the  pnllei  ,1  in  .ouuai-t  with  -.;iid   liand,  .-iilMtaiiHally  an  and      n>.«iMiit  an.Uup|«.rtinL- the  pi.  Inn  .  siili-iannillv  w.  Iieixin  kIiohii 

lor  the  puqHiw'  ><|m«  ilieil.  ,   '*'"'  diwcriU-d  

1   The  eombiiialion  of  the   l.md  piillev  .M.  band    pn'.leN  yof       9,282.     ADDREgSlKG  lAfHINE 
roller  .1.  and   baiid-pi|lle\   i  of  pi.ilCorm   carrier   ndler   1,  »o  that 
ill  of  Miid    pulU-i.H  an     rolaleil   b>    the  xaiiie   iiand,  whateier   the 
n  rliiialion  of  tin-  iliialoi  (.(milt  m.n   l*-.  !>iil>«l.iii(i.ill\   ;i>  .iiid  I'l-r 


R  0  6 1 « 1  r  ■  ■  k  F  u  rr » '  r  \  t 

Pilfd  Itf  la  ■:  S8C-.      Ori(t;ii»i  N(i    S4  50  J.  djttd  Kij  T.  1S6  7  , 
R«iiiii*  Nn    I  832    dtteii  Jic    4    liiTfi 


ih. 


iriHiM-x  M't  foitb 


9,280.  GRAIN  BINDER  Josiph  fl  MLDLaTi  Caitiiiirli* 
Iowa,  aiilftoor.  by  mriac  aiisi|;t!iii>Dt<.  to  Cba'lr*  Colahas. 
CUTjlaad  Ohio  FiifdApr  10  ISTd  OrignnlX"  85  714, 
datPd  Oct     11     18«8 


■Si.T'l' 


-• 


Claim. — 1.  The  combination,  anlwtaiitially  aa  herein  aet  forth, 
of  a  ciHitiiinouKly-arting  |frrain-<'nrri«r,  a  travemin^  saveling  and 
biu>d-(«rr>'inj;  d<>vi<'«,  aatomatic  meclianism  •rloating  them,  a 
cliittdi  to  atup  and  atart  luid  deTice,  and  a  iletent  to  prevent  itH 
backward  roorcnient 

3.  The  eombiiMtian,  aohatantially  aa  herein  wt  forth,  of  a 
cmtinamMlj-Mctinir  grain-carrier,  a  traversing  gaveling  and  h«nd- 
(tanying  device,  antoiuatir  uieohaniam  artoating  them,  a  clutch 
to  contnd  the  action  of  mdi  device,  a  detent  to  prevent  it*  bark- 
ward  uiovmnMit,  and  a  atop  which  liolda  the  gavel  while  being 
bunnd  and  b  then  moved  oat  of  the  way  tn  perinit  ita  dtacfaarge. 

3.  The  ooinbination,  inhatantially  aa  herein  aet  forth,  of  a 
continooiwly-acting  gr«in-CRrrier,  a  grain -receptacle,  a  gaveting 
and  Imud -lurrying  device  traversing  it,  aotoinatie  nteclianiani 
ac-tuating  tlie  <»rrier  and  gaveling  and  bandt»rryiiig  device,  a 
cintch  in  the  actnating  iiie<^baniKni  to  control  aaid  device,  a  lever 
eoiitpolled  by  the  driver  for  artnating  the  rinteh,  a  deti-nt  to  pre- 
vent backward  laore.nent  of  tlie  gnvellng  and  iMwd-rarryiug  de- 
vice, and  a  atop  which  luilda  the  gavel  while  Iteing  booud  oud  ia 
tb<>a  moved  oot  of  the  way  to  penult  of  its  dia<-barce. 


('hitm.—l  In  coiniiin-itioii  with  the  hboll  ami  Ktationari 
knife,  a  viliritine  knife  and  iiietiiia  for  op(<nitiiig  the  khiim  by  tbo 
inoveuieiit  bmlily  of  the  iihell  tu  pnnimx  a  dn)|M-ut.  n«  lienMn- 
hcfore  net  forth 

2  In  combination  with  the  traveling  hidt  H  and  ahell  .V.  tb< 
Iiaate  diKtnbiiter  M  and  rl«uicr  U  anbwtantially  aa  and  for  the  pur 
|Kiat  dixy  ifl(<d. 

3.  Ill  combination  with  the  ahell  A,  l>elt  H,  f«^d■ro^l<■r  (i, 
and  rcdhini  P  K ,  the  W(<tglite<]  roller  I>.  arranged  t«  iiiuve  lerti- 
calli   within  the  |>aKt4-b>i\.  aulwtantialli  an  di>«<  riUol. 

1.  The  fe<'d  roller  (i.  com)MHicd  of  a  tiilw'  liaMog  ito  rxl<-n«»r 
anrfaix'  nnitbcncd  ami  nociired  m  position  In  m  »priim  nirt  nid,  I, 
•ulmtaudallt  a.>  m  I  forth 


9,283.  ADJUSTABLE  ROLLING  STPPORT  FOR  STOVES 
Cgttrncir  D  WnoDii'rr  T<il«do  Oklo.  aaii^aor  Xa  Withaa 
B  Tatker  aad  Kobtrt  S  Deraay  ladiaaapoHi  lad  FiUd 
Not     1,1878       Orlgiaal   No    1  IS  7»l.  dattd  Frb.   1 3     I  871 


0,281.  IA8IL  PICTDRI  FKAHB.  Rurvi  WtisRr.  Broeklya, 
I  T,,  aaai^aor  to  Barrtt  Bargfa  Pllad  Apr,  It.  1110, 
Origlaal   Mo.  117,138,  datad  Jalj  18.  1871. 


Cltttm. — 1.  The  frame  .\,  the  bnuv  or  Hiip|i<irt  U.  formed  from 
the  frame  A,  and  the  br.«-e  F.  fornie<i  froni  the  brain-  It,  all  iiiaib' 


CUtimL. — 1.  In  a  atove-truck.  a  aeries  of  radialii -a4JBatablu 
anua,  the  inner  end  of  each  being  anpported  by  a  aaitablc  nmiKH-- 
tion  with  the  othen  and  the  outer  end  of  each  by  a  aoitabie  caater, 
nbatantially  aa  *|>eci6ed. 

2.  A  rolling  aRpport  for  atorea.  oooaisting  of  a  franve  having 
a  aeriea  of  a^natable  aniia,  the  whole  reatiag  apaa  and  aopptirtMi 
by  caatera,  anbatantially  aa  ipeettied. 

3.  In  a  atove-tamck,  a  aorie*  of  anna,  R.  havinit  bmgitadinal 
alota  i  therein,  whereby  aaid  arm*  are  n^ndmvd  a^juatahlr  on  the 
liolta  which  pa«  throagh  aaid  alota,  aabatanttally  aa  and  for  tlie 
l>ttr]KMe  aet  forth. 

4.  In  a ■tove-tmck.  the  combination  of  a  at'rina  of  anna  having 
longitudinal  alota  tlierein.  thn>ugh  which  the  connecting- boita  paan, 
aulaitautially  a*  aftocifled. 

5.  The  oHnbinatimi  of  the  catiU<r>i  1>  I),  aniw  n  R.  ladtn  ('  (', 
and  central  mm.'Kicting-pieoe,  A.  funning  a  atove  Irurk.  mlialaii- 
tially  an  apocifled. 

0.  A  ndling  aapport  for  atovoa,  cnnaiatiug  of  a  fr%ine  having 
a  aertea  of  radial ly-a^jnalable  anua  pnivided  with  aaitabk  Nocketar 
for  n<ceiving  the  atove-lega.  the  w  hole  rcating  H)hhi  and  aup|>ortnd 
by  caHtfra,  anbittantially  jn  and  for  the  pBr|*oai>  a|a«-i54tl 

7.  In  a  atiive-tnick,  incbwing  flaugm  or  aocketa  fur  the  ny-*^ 
tion  of  the  atove-foet,  atibatantially  aa  a|i«.H:iti<Ml. 

h.  In  an  aafjuatjkble  track,  ii|>i>n  Ihe  anna  of  bcamn  thereof, 
the  Hangtw  or  aocket*  K,  aulwtautiHlly  an  and  for  the  put  |Hwe  «|m«  i- 
ti«l 

9,284.     lACHINB    FOR   TRAR8IITTIN6    lOTION       CHiiLii 
P.  eaot-T    Nrw  Tork.  1.  T  .  aiiigaor   to  Jaa«>  W    Wkltr    J 
Clar«arr  Wkltf    tad   Htarj  I    Lawii    Tradoan  «!  Saatcl    S 

Wkitp  dprra>i-d       Fllod  lay  14   1  880       Orijriaa!   No    1  i»  80« 

dttfd  Apr    II,  1871 
Clnim — 1,    Tber-onibinalion. '^iilwt.'intialh  ns  het-einlM  f.irr  •t 
forth,  of    the    Im.x4'.  till     upri:.'lit    elmiin     arm    ,-iiol    t«ci    ).iioi'i     ,,r 
joMili-,!  I  njiMeetioitx  irmxwiw    iif  each  ollni.  «  h.  r.  1  \    »ihi  1  ii_'lie 
.-trm   inav   t«-  iiiomiI  mil  ,.f  t|„-    pct|>.  inle  iil.ir    m    ,\,rr.  \,..i.  , ■,,<*- 
w  iM    of  each  olloT. 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE. 


JtLy  6,   1880. 


9.  Tb«  PombinMion,  wlMUntUlly  m  berrinhefora  Mi  forth, 
nf  tlio  haae.  the  apHght  Migiii«-*nn  o^wble  of  beiag  moved  o«t 
of  Uio  perpftodicwlur  by  merhamUin  fonniBg  p»rt  of  Ui«  eagiiio. 
ItoriaonuUy  tumJDK  and  rertk«ll.T  -  rockiii)!?  oonnootioa*  »t  tlw 
iip|>er  eiHl  of  mhI  ^rai,  a  i^ff  tltAft  moonted  in  bearing*  in  Mud 
nickinir  oonnortion.  and  a  fterible  toraion-»ii*ft  ewnneotod  <«dwi«e 
with  Mkl  utiffxbafl  to  drive  a  deuUl  toul. 


9,285.  CHILD  S  TABLE  TUAY.  LocT  A.  DoiUTT,  Bostoi. 
Hati..  t>itgi«»  of  Alexai4»r  Tiritr,  <«e«ai«4.  rile4  lar. 
U.  I»i9.     Orlglitl  Me    10.011.  lattJ  Iir  11.  I***' 


Cl/itm.  —  A*  a  new  article  of  laaanflMJtare,  a  rhild'H  tnl))c-tr«y 
ti.tviiii;  itii  fn>nt  rim  of  low  botgbt  than  the  rinm  apoD  ita  Md<«  and 
Int-ic,  ^iilwtantiallv  iw  and  fur  the  pnqmao  set  forth. 

9,286  APPARATD8  VOR  DIPPIffS  AND  COATMie  OOMriO 
TIONS  JoHii  Ciiiiici,  Crtiiklll,  ail  OioiQi  D.  Oiaiit. 
Bkjoix  N  J  .  aiilgi**).  bj  ««!«•  aifigiatitt,  cf  WUIiaa 
C  Iirdoch  ti4  Edgar  E.  Hayiti.  botk  <*itais4.  Ftltl  Apr 
It,  lite.     OrtKtial  Me.  fl.llt,  latf4  ;ai.  4,  1S70. 


I  I'lMl'Ift 


^ 


2  Tin-  ooiiibhiation,  aahatantially  as  bereinbcforp  set  forth. 
(if  Mh-  twute.  the  oprifht  eii(rin«-anii,  the  flexible  mhaft  at  the  apper 
.11,1  ..f  Mid  arm.  and  two  plvoUl  or  jointed  oonneotioiM  cnwawim-  1 
of  i«<;h  other,  by  wliicli  Mid  enptine-arm  may  be  moved  oat  of  tht  i 
l«rpeiidii;uUr  in  direction*  cmMwiae  of  «*cb  other,  whereby  free    1 

loin  itiid  a  wide  range  of  movcineut  are  given  to  the  laid  thaft 

3  T1i«-  ronibinatioB,  mibatantially  aa  hereinbefore  act  Ibrth, 
(.f  tb.    liaur,  tho  aprii^ht  eni^ne-ami  rafjabie  of  beint?  moved  out  | 
,'f  IUp  jiorjwTidicnlar  ia  dlrectione  oroaawiae  of  each   other,  the  j 
rii'xildp  sliftfl  at  the  upper  end  of  aaid  arm,  and  a  eonnection  by  | 
»hi.h  th«  flexible  ahaft  may  be  tamed  horlaimtajly  npoa  aaid  j 

;*riii.  i 

4.  Tho  i-ombinaii.Mi,  sabataatUnr  aa  bereiabefore  aet  forth,  i 
of  th*"  haac,  the  upright  engine-anu  capable  of  being  moved  out  | 
..f  lb*    iwnwndicnlAr  in  direotiona  eroaawiee  of  each  othpr.  tho 
tl.-xible  »h«ft  at  the  upper  end  of  aaid  arm,  and  a  connection  it* 
whK  h  the  naid  flexible  shaft  may  bo  mored  vertically  reUtively  ; 
u.  said  ami.  in  addition  to  iU  flexing  capability. 

i  The  eoiobiiiation,  inbaUntially  aa  herelnliefore  aet  forth,  i 
of  the  haae,  the  nprigbt  engine-ann  capable  of  being  moved  otit 
of  the  perpendicnlar  in  directtana  croaawiae  of  each  other,  Uie 
rtf.iible  •haft  at  the  upper  end  of  aaid  arm,  and  oonnectloim  by 
whir-h  Abe  abafl  may  be  both  turned  horiionUlly  around  npHi 
xaid  arm  and  rocked  vertically  relatively  thereto. 

6.  The  ««nbinati«m.  snbatantially  aa  hereinbefbre  aet  forth, 
nf  the  u|M-ight  engine-ann,  tii«  flexible  »hafV  the  atilT  ihafl  t«> 
whi.  h  wUd  fl.iible  abaft  is  connected  and  by  which  it  ia  Jrivpn. 
»nd  a  vertically-rocking  connectiou  between  «»id  engine-arm  and  1 
MU'l  Hcxiblo  ehaft,  iu  which  tbo  aaid  rtiff  shaft  may  move  endwim.  1 
7    Tbe  oonibiration,  anbatantlaJ'f  aa  hereinbefore  set  forth,  | 
..f  the  upright  engine-arm,  the  flexible  ahafl,  tho  stiff  shaft  to  | 
wlii.  ti  «iid  flexible  sliart  U  oonneetad  and  by  which  it   is  driven, 
»  vfrticalh -rocking  coniMotlon  between  said  onRiac  arm  and  aaid 
flexible  shaft,  in  which  the  aaid  aHff  shaft  may  be  mored  endwia., 
.iml  a  device  t..  determiae  the  endwiae  reUtionaUip  of  said  stiff 
•littft  Ui  the  said  rocking  oooneetioq. 

8.  The  oonibination,  sabaUntially  as  hereinbefore  set  f!>rth, 
of  Iho  upright  engine-ann,  the  flexible  shaft,  a  taming  ooanection 
Iwtwecn  said  shaft  and  engine-arm  which  permita  tho  flnxibl.- 
Khaft  to  he  tamed  horisoatally  upon  tbe  enirine-Rrm.  a«d  the  stiff 
.haft,  with  whi^h  the  flexible  shaft  ia  oonnected,  movable  endwise 
HI  lieariiiga  in  said  taming  eonnection. 


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ir=F 


r/oim.— I.  A  plate  or  board  having  pina  fur  carrTing  tlie 
.article*  to  be  dipjied,  in  combination  with  a  holdar  fur  holding 
the  article*  in  poaition  tor  the  inaertion  at  tbe  pina,  aubatantiaUy 
aa  and  for  the  parpoae  herein  aet  forth. 

2.  The  im  plenient  fbr  dipping  or  ooktinf  artieiea,  oonaiatim:  of 
a  plate  or  board  having  tbe  pina  k,  for  retaining  tbe  artieiea  ont  of 
i-uutact  with  each  otht<r  and  anppottlng  tbe  anme  during  tb«  ofter- 
ution  of  siranlUnenoaly  dipping  tbe  articles  attached  to  tbe  aaid 
IKoa,  sabatantially  as  and  for  tbe  parpoae  herein  aet  forth. 

S.  The  Pum)>iDation  of  a  etrippiag  devieo  with  tbe  pin-board 
ronatracted  with  tho  seriea  of  pin*  i,  aaid  atripplng  derice  heihg 
<  oiMtmcted  for  inaertion  behind  tbe  artieiea  to  be  rimaltaaeooaly 
Ktri|>ped  fn>ui  tbe  pin^  suhatantlaUy  aa  and  for  tbe  pwpone  heroin 
set  forth. 

4.  Tlie  conibiiiAtion  of  the  pin-board  eonstmcAed  with  tbe 
Norieii  of  pina  k  with  a  dcvic«  having  a  aeriea  of  cavitiea  for  bold- 
iiiK  the  articiro  to  be  omImI  while  tbe  pina  of  the  aaid  implement 
iiri'  iiiMttrted  therein,  xutietaiitfadly  M  and  fur  tbe  purpoae  herein 
wt  forth 

r>.  The  '-oiii  hi  nation  of  tbe  pin-board  onnatnicted  with  tbe 
.wriea  of  pina  A,  Uie  device  having  a  aeriea  uf  cavitiea  uirreapond- 
itnt  In  nainber  and  poaition  with  tbe  pins  of  tbe  (aid  Inipleuient, 
;ind  It  strippiuK  device,  all  agbatawtially  as  and  for  tbe  paurpoao 
lici' III  set  forth 

n.  The  •-oiiibiiiHllon  of  the  fialae  bottom  m  with  the  pina  of  the 
.ligipiiiS  |>in  ixArtl.  siiljetantially  ta  and  fur  tbe  parpoaa  herein  ael 
forth. 

7.  Th4-  roinbinalion  of  atopa  with  tbo  pinboard,  for  the  par- 
poae of  reifulatiiiK  ihr  depth  to  which  tbe  pina  may  be  inaorted 
iu  the  articles  to  be  dipped  or  ooated,  aabetantially  aa  herein  act 
forth, 

H  TI1C  com  l>i  nation  of  the  stopa  i.  faiae  bottom  si,  and  the 
|iin  board  conslnirted  with  tbe  aerias  of  pina  4,  sabatantially  as 
and  for  the  pll^p<l•M^  herein  net  fiM-th. 

9  Thf  <-onitii nation,  with  tbe  pin-board  ooiiatmcted  with  the 
iu^ni>s  of  pina  k,  of  the  luittnna  a,  iblse  bottom  •»,  and  ato|ia  i, 
itulwlAntiallv  lut  and  for  tho  purpose  herein  aet  forth. 

10  The  -onihiuntioii  of  tlie  ihuet  or  layer  of  paper  with  tbe 
^>iii)i  h  of  till  pill  l«i.krd.  the  faLte  lM>t(om  at,  tho  stopa  A,  and  Uit- 
tou!-  H.  all  s^lJ•ltantl;^ll^  .xi  and  for  tho  paqwiac  herein  »et  forth. 


Ih!  Heliotyp^  PR!»-ni»cGo.2!!TRf«oNT  jBostun 


ol^ 


DECISIONS 


OF    THE 


coJv^^^z[:IssIOI^^EI^.   of    if^^teistts 


AMMtr  1  MTKh  \\'\\'\::^  lUlUT.s  L\  rATKM  CASKS. 


DE0ISI0N3  OF  U,  S.  OOURTS. 


U.  S.  Circuit  Court— District  of  Ooanecticut. 
HoK  et  (il.  i:  CoTTUELl.  el  al. 

Decided  March  23.  1880. 

1.  Tbe  third  claim  of  tho  patent  gnint<Ml  March  IC,  1869,  to  Uidiard 
M  IIiK-.  Si*  a»>il«nt»i'  of  Au};usl<'  II.  Mariuoui,  declared  to  Ik-  for 
A  piitcutabU-  combination  and  Huutaim-d. 

2.  Th«  biinlen  of  jiroof  in  upon  th«>  defendants  to  ovcnotiio  the 
yrinia  /arte  ca.Hc  made  by  thi-  piittii*  ftnd  tfl  establish  athniia 
tivtly  that  tlicpai  ty  uimiu  whose  application  a  patt-nt  was  granted 
wa.x  not  the  Hole  inventor  of  the  iniprovciuent  covered  tbcn-by. 

3.  Whtrr  M.  and  ('.  jointly  tiKik  out  f.>rti;;n  patcntu  and  .M.  s<ile 
KubntMliiently  iiiadi>  application  tor  an  .\nuMi«  .m  patmf.  wliith 
was  granted,  the  t^atfinouy of  C.  that  he  iHtt  joint  inventor  with 
M  ,  controverted  by  that  of  M.,  will  not  B«irve  to  invalidate  tbe 
patiiit  ill  the  al>m>nco  of  piool  of  adiiiin!*iou8  by  the  latter  of  joint 
iiivnition  in  either  of  the  foni^Mi  application!*. 

4.  The  decision  of  the  ConimiMsioner  of  ratent.H  njion  the  fact  that 
an  applicant  had  complied  with  the  n<inireiiientH  of  the  Htatulc 
with  rev'ard  to  hi.'«  application,  and  that  certain  acta  were  properly 
dime,  siiih  aH  that  the  dtawin^s  and  model  required  by  statute 
were prescnteil,  or  that  an  alt«rni\v  by  whom  aineiidments  wore 
niaile  wiw  the  duly  coustitntiil  attorney  of  the  applicant  or  his 
iiKsiunee,  and  bail  authority  to  anicud  and  alt<r  the  »iieciticatiou, 
or  that  the  specillcatiou  hail  been  siifliclently  sworn  Ui  by  tho 
inventor,  is  not  t<i  be  reviewed  eoUatenilly.  If  the  patent  ia  lu- 
vuliil  by  reiwou  of  any  or  ail  of  these  defW-ts,  its  invalidity  is  to 
be  deteiiuinod  in  a  proceediuit  to  set  aaide  the  patent  by  teire 
/aeia*.  or  by  bill  or  iiiforni.itiou. 

.\  .Xlthonch  fiom  the  stand(Miint  of  after  time  it  might  aeem 
ditticult  to  we  that  a  partiiular  combination  of  old  elements 
should  have  riMinired  the  exercise  of  invention,  still  the  fact  that 
in  the  multiplicity  of  prior  macbinea  in  the  same  line  of  inven- 
tion a  coiuliinatiou  of  such  value  had  not  lieeu  hit  ui>on,  aud 
that  when  introduced  its  utility  was  iiuiveisally  recoguiz.ed,  ren- 
ders it  evident  that  in  order  to  make  such  coiubinatiun  changes 
were  necessary  which  the  skill  of  the  mechanic  would  nut  snj;- 
gest,  an<l  that  the  work  was  practically  more  difficult  than  to 
the  theorist  it  nii;;ht  now  »i<eni. 
ti.  In  deterniinin;;  the  iiuestion  whether  there  was  invention  in 
any  parliciilar  coniWiiiatiou,  the  important  p<uiit  is  to  ascort*iu 
whether  novelty  and  utility  existed.  It  is  true  that  these  re<i 
uisites  may  result  from  mere  mwhanical  skill,  and  a  uew  and 
useful  combination  may  Im-  formed  by  the  mere  iue«hanical  ad- 
dition of  an  old  eleiiient  to  an  old  set  of  members;  but  when  a 
device  has  a  uew  nioile  of  operation  which  acoiniplishes  lieuc- 
tjcial  results  "lourts  look  with  favor  upon  it,"  an  1  are  not  ex- 
acting as  to  the  degree  of  inventive  skill  which  was  requirwl  to 
produce  the  new  result.  There  must  l>e  some,  but  a  little  will 
siilHce. 

7.  A  claim  iiitiiNiiiccd  upon  aineiidinent  which  includes  an  element 
additional  to  the  combination  of  which  the  iuvcntion  is  stated  iu 
the  IxKiy  of  the  specitication  to  consist  is  Aot  void  where  such 
additional  element  is  shown  in  the  drawiuj;  and  described  in  the 
H|H'citlcation.  although  not  there  ineiitioued  as  one  of  the  ele- 
ments of  the  invention  of  the  applicant. 
)fixTs.  \f II lis, ,11  ,\-  rhillipp  and  Mr.  Benjamin  F.  Thnix- 

tiiH  lor  till-  ]ilanit  ill's. 

1//.  //.  /'.  Ihiiinelly  and  Mr.  If'UUam  D.  Shipman  for 

till'  (lffeiiilaiit.4. 


Shipmax,  ./.  .- 

Thi.s  is  a  bill  in  cqaity  Itiisoi!  niHUi  tin-  arniicil  111- 
friiigemeiit  of  U'tttTH  ])at«Mit  winch  \\  i-n-  ^'ranliMl  011 
March  10,  18tj9,  to  Kii  hanl  M.  !!".•.  a-  thr  a>-.i-:nf.-  of 
AtijrtiHte  Hippolytc  Manin'iii.  lor  an  nnin  "V  »Mii>-nt  in 
lithographic  priiitiiig-pivH&os.  The  paltnt  iia.-*  been 
assigned  to  the  plaintiff". 

The  first  qtiestiiMi  1-  whtthiT  Mariiioiii  \v.i-i  tin- >*ole 
inventor  of  the  allfirt-d  iiuproM  iin'nt  or  w  a>  a  joit.t 
inventor  with  Fram  i^  No!  (  liaiuir' 

In  l''^>'i  Ml.  Hoe  was  Hi  Iram  r  ami  pun  ha«.>i!  from 
Marinoni  all  his  rio:lit  to  thr  invention  in  >  oii-fi|Ueiice 
of  the  future  prant  of  btters  pat.-ut  ihmfor  in  the 
United  .Stat.e8.  M.innom  jnaiic  oath  ;ii  hi-  api'licat ion 
to  this  Government  for  letter-  i>aii  m  thui  h.' litlie\  ed 
hiia.self  to  be  the  original  ami  tir-t  invvJit-or  <il  tin-  iin- 
proveinents,  ami  that  lln'V  h.n!  Im-i-u  pji^nte.l  in  Frame 
on  June  5,  18(x>,  in  ih.-  umim-  ot'  .Maiinoni  and  t'hamlre. 

Chandn'",  who  wa.s  a  partner  of  .Marinoni  at  the  date 
of  the  invention,  testified  that  he  wa-  a  joint  ami  eiiual 
inventor  of  tho  improvement,  whi  h  In-  dist  rilie-  at 
length.  On  June  12,  1865, a  IJelgian  pat<  nt  wa-  is.-iied 
to  Marinoni  and  Chandn'^  and  an  FIlgll^h  jiattni  was 
issued  tooneClark  niM)n  their  coinmunii  aiion.  \'<\  the 
French  ntAtate  every  new  discoverj-  or  invt  uiion  m  all 
departments  of  industry  confers  upon  its  author,  under 
the  conditions  and  for  the  time  mentioned  in  the  stat- 
ute, the  exclusive  right  of  working  for  his  o\n  n  jaoiit 
tbe  said  invetition. 

Kvery  pei.son  who  shall  wish  to  obtain  a  patent  of  invention 
must  deisisit  ander  a  sealed  cover  •  *  ■  1  His  (ictiiioii  to  the 
Minister  of  .\>niciilture  aud  Commerce.  2.  A  sjM«citicalii>it  nf  the 
discovery,  invention,  or  application  forming  the  subjei  1  ■'  iIh- 
petition."  .(.  The  drawings,  ifcc. 

The  patents  demanded  in  due  form  an-  delivered  without  pre- 
vious examination,  .\pplic.ations  are  not  i-eqiiired  to  be  veritiiii 
by  oath  and  an<  not  jireservi-d  by  the  coveniment. 

The  plaintirt's  introduced  Marinoni"s  depo.-iiiun.  iu 
which  he  asserted  that  lie  was  the  sole  inventor.  It 
is  necessary  for  the  defendants  to  overcome  tin  jn-mut 
facif  case  and  to  establish  athrmatively  that  tin  ap- 
plicant was  not  the  sole  in\entor.  1  In-  ti-imiony  of 
(."handr6  is  not  sufficient.  I  cannot  ]nr>ri\e  Irom  the 
depositions  that  one  story  is  a]ipaicntly  mon-  iijtiileil 
to  contitU-nce  than  tho  other.  .Marinoni's  statemeiit  is 
exceedingly  brief,  and  is  a  ban  assertion  that  lie  w  lu* 
the  inventor.  Cliaudr*^  is  eqtmlly  positive  >  i  !■-  louit 
participation  in  the  invention,  ami  he  d«-.  iiiod  iis 
character,  but  is  equally  silent  a-  tn  ih'  manmr  111 
which  they  worked  and  as  to  tin  nn  th'i  '■>  whu  h 
they  jointly  accomplished  tlu'  result.  It  thr  di  l.  nd- 
ants  could  have  shown  in  adtuis>'ion  h\  .Vl.irinoni  in 
either  foreign  applicatioii-  ihii  hi  \\  a-  not  tiit-ole  in- 
ventor, it  would  have  turned  the  scale;  but  it  i>  not 
certain  %vhat  the  aiqilication  wa-  or  that  hi  ]ier-ona!ly 
madi-  an  apjdication. 

Tin-  I'l'iH  h  -y-tfin  of  1  — iiiii^  patents  is  not  so  exart 
a.-  that  whiih  pri-^ails  lure.      While  thr  existence  of 


6o 


OFFICIAL  GAZETTE 


jui-Y  6,  1880. 


til.'  ti'i"  i:,'ii  p  if«'nt8  confei4t»e«lly  witli  the  knowlt'dge  of 
.Miiiiiion;  tliri'\v~  doubt  upon  hia  title,  and  while  I  am 
not  s;iti.slii'<[  ;i-,  to  tlie  author.slilp,  it  \n  iiniWH.sible  to  say 
tliat  the  cktVndauts  have  eatalilished  by  a  prepomler- 
ance  of  proof  the  f»<-t  that  Marinoni  was  not  the  sole 
i II s  riitDr. 

1 1  i»  iifxt  insisted  that  the  patent  is  invalid  by  rea- 
son nt  sundry  irrt';;ularitie8  and  ouiissions  dnriu<;  and 
prini  to  the  transit  of  the  application  thronyh  the  Pat- 
ent <  nlice.  These  alle^^e*!  irre^nlaritics  are  as  follows: 
Maniioiii  appointed  Messrs'.  Mnnn,  Wales,  and  IJeach 
•  to  1.  t  as  liis  attorneys  in  presenting  the  application 
aiuL  iti  making  all  such  alterations  and  amendments 
;is  iiiiy  !)(■  required,  and  also  to  sign  his  name  to  the 
(li.iw  in::-.."  Tlii-*  authority  was  never  revoked  by  Maii- 
iiMiiiur  ',  11".  Hue  &,  Co.,  who  hati  no  record  inter- 
est in  the  invention,  revoked  the  power  to  Mnnn  &  Co. 
;int!  ;ii>iH>inted  C.  A.  Dtirgiu  to  represent  them  in  the 
[ii.  liiis.  .•<.  The  specitication  which  Marinoni  had  made 
and  tiled  was  not  intelligible.  Diirgin  aunnlled  the 
speeitication  by  writing  substantially  a  new  one,  which 
was  not  sworn  to  by  the  inventor.  It  is  claimed  that 
there  were  no  original  drawings  r)r  mo<lel  acompany- 
in^  the  description,  as  reqi.ired  by  thestatnte,  because 
tliiilrMcription  was  nnin  tell  igil)le  and  was  not  adescrip- 

t  loll. 

.Ml  tin  se  alleged  irregularities  and  omissions  relate 
tn  liie  liiiniai  acts  to  be  done  by  the  inventor  or  by  his 
dii: ,  I  ,ii.,>litute«l  attorney  preparatory  to  and  connected 
with  the  issuing  of  the  ]uiteut.  The  Commissioner's 
deci.>«ion  upon  the  fact  that  the  acta  were  done  and 
upon  the  fact  of  the  eonipliance  of  the  apjdicant  with 
tin  reijiiirenients  of  the  statute  in  regard  to  his  appli- 
eatioii  1-.  not  to  be  reviewed  collaterally.  For  the 
]iu!iioM-,  of  this  case  the  Commissioner's  decision  is 
tiii.il  ih  It  the  drawings  and  the  model  re([uired  by  the 
-ii.it lit.  had  been  presented;  that  Durgiu  was  the  duly 
(  111-.)  itiiti  i|  attorney  of  the  ajri)licant  or  his  assignee, 
ainl  liaii  authority  to  amend  or  alter  the  specilications, 
ami  thi;  the  spccitieation  had  been  sullicieutiy  sworn 
to  liy  !h«  inventor,  li  the  patent  is  invalid  by  reason 
ot  aiiv  or  all  of  tliese  ilefects,  its  invalidity'  is  to  be  de- 
iciniimii  in  a  proceeding  to  set  aside  the  patent  by 
..  H'  hiriitx,  or  liy  bill  or  information.  (.Sc/zmoHr  v.  (f^- 
hunii .  11  Wall.,  516;  (iiwdifiar  v.  Huhber  Co.,  'J  Wall., 
T'.td:  .1,1  Jts.it,  \,  l.atrlon,  10  Johns.,  2;i.) 

The  <1.  iVndants  insist,  in  the  third  place,  that  in 
view  ot'  the  statt'  ot  tlie  art  there  was  an  entire  lack  of 
invi  iitioii  111  the  combination  which  is  the  snbject- 
iiiiitii  oi  the  third  and  only  claim  which  is  said  to 
lia\r  It.  n  iiiliiiii;.-il.  or  that  the  comliination  was  old. 

!  h  ■  iiii'ioN''!   I'll  s-  vv.i-i  tor  lithographic  printing. 

I  hi   ui\(  iition  recited  in  the  third  claim  was  for — 

'llii-  I  iiiiiKiiiatiiui  of  th«'  Hhcet  Hier  with  au  imprcBsiiiii-ovliiKicr 
willimif   t.ip.-x  :iinl  a  rfCfiviuji-cvUuiU'r  provitl.il  witli  iKith  ifiiji- 

II  ■<  .iii'l  !.!)'  ■!,  -  1'  -I:i!i;l  i!!;,  ;i<  ile.-niil«Ml  ami  Mju'eiti™!. 

[he  oIm.  r!  o!  tip-  .:i\'  iitioii  was  to  liave  the  whole 
Hiirl'a.  e  ot  a  ^ii.  .'I  ot'  j.a;i.  1  j.riiit.'d  with  heavy  color 
on  til.  iinim -■-ion-eyliiiihi .  and  to  l>e  delivered  auto- 
niaiu  ili>,  wiihoiit  Mniiici!>L:,  t'.ne  side  uppermost,  on 
the  tl\    lioal'i  of  lalile. 

The  who!.'  v\  .'i!h  oi  t!i.  |i,i['.'r  is  enabled  to  be  printed, 
liiraii-<e  rlh  !:ii[>ii'SMii>a-cylinder  is  withotit  tapes  un- 
derl\  mu  'he  nheet.  The  sheet  is  taken  by  the  grijwrs 
ot"  th>'  re.  eiv  ing-eyliuder  and  is  delivered  upon  tapes 
niiitiiiiu  ti-iiii  ih.  receiving-cylinder  over  pulleys  near 


the  roots  of  the  fly-tingers.  These  tajus  are  above  the 
liy-fingers,  and  thus  prevent  the  sheet  from  heintc 
smutted  in  conseajuence  of  slidm;.:  ilown  the  Ninooth 
dy-frame.  When  the  sheet  is  in  pi-ojier  position  iti.-. 
automatically  turned  by  the  fly-fiaine,  fare  side  iijiper- 
most,  upon  the  table. 

If  there  was  invention  in  this  combination  and  the 
patentee  was  the  first  inventor  the  claim  is  not  invalid 
upon  the  ground  that  the  sh.'et  iIhi  ami  ini|ires.-.ion- 
cylinder  have  no  conjoint  action  ami  no  active  connec- 
tion to  jiroduce  a  joint  result.  The  eoinbination  is  of 
the  class  mentioned  in  Furbush  v.  Cook,  (J  Fishei ,  iWtS,) 
in  which  case  Judge  Curtis  says: 

To  make  a  valid  claim  for  acombiuati.m  it  i.s  not  ii.'.'KHnary  lliut 
the  several  eleiueutary  (lartx  of  the  L'oiniMii,iti"ii  sh.ml.l  a.  t  hiiuuI 
taiieouxly.  If  thu8«  eletut'Utar.v  parlH  ar.  s.i  anioi^i.l  that  tin 
»uccv»»ivo  action  of  t-ach  coutrilmt."*  t.i  prmlui  <•  sumr  nii.  jum 
tieal  ruKult,  which  reault  when  attaiuiMl  is  tli.  iiid.Iik  1  .it  tin- 
Hi  lunltaneoim  ur  uuccessivp  actiou  of  all  tlu-  tltiiieiitai  v  ])ait.t 
vif  w«<tl  au^  au  entire  whole,  a  valid  claim  for  lliu.s  .-oiiihiiiiiijj  iho-..' 
elemeutary  partA  cau  b«  made. 

The  result  which  was  attained  was  the  antomatir 
delivery  of  a  sheet  automatically  jninted  njion  itN 
broad  side  with  heavy  color,  without  -.nintting.  fa<  .• 
side  uppermost.  This  result  was  tli.-  pioilmt  ol  the 
s'uccessive  action  of  all  the  elenn  iitai  \  [.arts. 

It  is  not  denied  that  all  the  ehimnt^  were  old.  De- 
livery mechanism  consisting  of  ta]..  ^  .  oinhiiie.l  with 
Hiers  !iad  been  used  in  presses  liavm;,'  jn  inting-c>  Im- 
ders  with  tapes.  Impression-cylimlers  without  tajMs 
and  receiving-cylinders  with  tapes  ha<l  been  ('(unbined 
with  sheet-tliers  without  tapes;  hut  the  combination 
of  all  the  elements  in  one  existim;  ma.  hine  was  new. 
It  is  substantially  admitted  t hat  t  h:s  coinhination  had 
not  been  actually  ma<le  or  descnhid  m  any  nia<  hine, 
"although  it  is  claimed  that  the  coinhination  was  so  far 
suggested  in  antecedent  patents  that  the  ilier  could 
have  been  added  by  any  skilled  piess  iMiilder  as  a  mat- 
ter of  course. 

Trior  to  the  date  of  the  invention  -.heet-Hiers  wore 
a  common  adjunct  of  a  press.  They  we;.-  made  so  as 
to  be  detached  from  presses,  ami  to  he  put  on  or  taken 
off  at  pleasure.  Tape  and  sheet-tiier  deliveries  had 
been  combined,  and  therehjre  when  Piitarti'.  in  his 
French  patent  of  January  11,  18.V.{,  showed  an  impres- 
sion-cylinder without  tapes,  a  receiv  iiig-cylind.r  with 
gripers  and  tape.s,  and  a  taiie-deliv.  ly,  it  is  sanl  that 
any  skilled  builder  could  liavc  mccLanieally  added  a 
sheet-dier  to  the  tapes. 

It  is  further  said  that  when  the  lieynolds  Ameiiran 
Iiatent  of  Tebruary  '27,  If^tJii,  ronfaine.l  the  same  » inn- 
biuation,  and,  aft«r  showing  ho\v  th.'  paper  was  dili\ - 
ered  to  the  tapes,  added  it  is  "piled  \>\  haml  or  hy  an 
ordinary  tly,''  it  was  the  part  ot"  ofdinary  meihanical 
labor  to  add  the  Hy  to  the  tapes.  It  is  to  be  oli^erved 
that  Reynolds  did  not  suggest  the  . oinhiualion  ot  ily 
and  tapes. 

The  same  point  is  put  by  the  defendants  more  forci- 
bly in  this  way:  The  plaintiffs,  at  th.'  .late  of  the  in- 
vention, were  making  in  their  la.  t.>r\  tlie  11. >  high- 
stop  press,  which  had  an  imi.i.'»ioii  (  \  liiidei  without 
tapes,  a  receiving-cylinder  u  lii  tapes,  and  a  slieet- 
tlier  without  ta{>es.  They  aiso  kniw  of  tli.-  Taylor 
press,  and  were  making  at  the  saim'  tun.  divei^  presses 
like  the  Taylor,  having  impression-cylinders  with  tapes 
and  a  combined  tap*'  and  sh*»et-flier  delisery.  What 
w.as  easier  than  for  Mi,  II  i,-  t.i  .liscaid  hi'-  ingenious 
sheet-dier   and    -^uhstitut.'    the    well-known   Taylor 


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method  of  deli\  .ly  '  l.ookiii;;  at  the  (luestioii  Ifoin  i  In- 
jiresent  standiioiiit  oi  time,  it  is  very  difficult  to  pouit 
out  satisfactorily  to  mie's  self  the  changies  whuh  re- 
<1  Hired  invention.  I !  iic  looked  merely  at  the  simplicity 
(d"  th.'  .  .iinhiiiatioii  aii.l  ,it  the  ease  with  which  it  now 
seem-  thai  anybody  eonlil  have  accomplished  there- 
suit,  till'  coin  liisioii  won  hi  be  irresistible  that  tliere  was 
no  (-oiiihi  iiat  ion. 

Til.  I'at-  \\Jiii  !i  ,11.  I  -  I  to  be  taken  into  account  in 
till  del.  rmination  of  this  question  are  these:  At  the 
dati'  .d  the  invention  about  eighteen  hundred  patents 
upon  pi  iiit  ing-presses  had  been  granted  in  England, 
France,  and  the  United  States.  This  combination  did 
not  I  \ist  in  aii>  p.itented  or  non-patented  device  .so  far 
as  IS  now  known.  Lithographic  printing  was  at  the 
1 1111.'  well  understo<xl.  Mr.  Hoe,  who  had  long  been  a 
printing-press  mannfai'turer  and  inventor,  and  was 
thoroughly  conversant  both  by  study  and  practice  with 
the  siilij.'ct  (d"  improvements  in  printing,  and  was  mak- 
ing hoi  h  1 1  .  lloti  high-stop  pre.ssand  presses  which  had 
tajte  and  Ily  deliveries,  when  he  saw  the  Marinoni  press 
recognized  it  as  an  invention  emV)odying  an  advance 
in  tlie  art,  and  hastened  to  purchase  the  exclusive  right 
to  ii-,1   th.   improvement  in  this  country. 

The  combination  is  useful.  It  has  been  a  successful 
and  pojjiilar  jiress  and  has  been  extensively  sold.  The 
plain  litis  have  substituted  it  for  the  Hoe  high-stop  press. 
111.'  (  \haustive  and  expensive  manner  in  which  this 
suit  has  been  carried  on  and  cont^jsted  shows  that  the 
comhinat  i.)n  is  of  value. 

In  th.  .1.  I.  rmination  of  the  question  whether  there 
\\as  invention  in  any  particular  combination  the  im- 
portant point  is  to  ascertain  whether  nov<'lty  and  util- 
ity existed.  It  is  true  that  these  re(iuisites  may  result 
iiom  nit  1.  mechanical  skill,  and  a  new  and  useful  com- 
hi nail. Ill  may  be  formed  by  the  mere  mechanical  addi- 
tion oi  an  old  member  to  an  »dd  set  of  members;  but 
\\  h.  11  a  d.  \  ice  has  a  new  mode  of  operation  which  ac- 
I  luiipli-ii.-  h.  neficial  results  "court*  look  with  favor 
ipoii  It."  and  are  not  exacting  as  to  the  degree  of  in- 
\  .III  i\  I' skill  which  was  required  to  produce  the  ncw 
i.-ult.  There  must  be  some,  but  a  little  will  sntUce. 
{Fuihanh  v.  Cook,  2  Fish.,  iXS;  MiMlclown  Tbol  Co.  v. 
.hidd. :',  Fish.,  Ml:  StimjiMon  v.  Wootlmun,  10  Wall.,  117.) 

111.-  tai  !s  ihit  ill  the  multiplicity  of  printing-press 
nil .  haiiism  t his  combination  had  not  been  hit  upon, 
ami  that  w  In  ii  it  was  introduced  its  Utility  was  uni- 
\eisail\  1 1'cogni/ed.  and  that  it  is  jihiiii  that  in  order 
to  make  tin*  comliination  some  changes  were  necessary 
111  an\  ma.  hill,  ot  .Irawing  which  has  been  shown 
sati^'ty  nil'  that  to  produce  this  result  required  changes 
wliii  h  the  mere  skill  of  the  skilled  mechanic  would 
not  siiijgest,  and  that  the  work  was  pra<'lically  more 
dilhiuli  than  now  seems  to  the^heorist  to  have  l)een 
n.'ccssai  > . 

1  he  (ht.;i. hints  next  insist  that  the  patent  is  void 
bi'cansi  the  jialentee  in  the  boily  of  his  specification 
statt"-  thai  his  invention  consistwl  in  the  combination 
with  th.'  i..<'i\  in::  cylinder  provided  with  gripers  and 
colds  (.1  ia|>e>.  ..I  the  sheet-lliers,  whereas  a  new  ele- 
ment !•-  iiitroiliice<l  int^>  the  claim,  viz.,  "au  inipression- 
r\  linder  \\  , ;  hoiit  tapes." 

This  I'laini  \\  a>  introduced  into  the  claim  Viy  aiiieud- 
nunt  atti'i   the  appln  at  ion  had  been  rejecte<l,  and  the 
corresponding  anirmlinent  was  not  ma.h-  .ii  th.-  -i.it.- 
i 


III.  nt  of  the  in  \  I'll  t  ion  m  thr  hmly  ot'  the  spe.-itii-ation. 
It  is  admitted  by  the  defendant-  exiurt  to  he  true- 
That  the  eomhinatioii  recited  in  lin'  ilnnl  .  bmii  i-  ail  -Ij""!!  in 
the  drawings  and  ii»  descriUed  in  th.-  sivciliiatn.ii  i-  t"  i."  I'liii.  i 
j>h'8  of  conrttniclioii  and  in<Mle  of  oi»eration  ;  Iml  i!  is  .qii.illy  U  uc 
that  it  is  uowhci-p  deiM;rilH'd,  except  in  the  claim,  as  oue  of  the 
parts  of  invention  of  the  pateutis^-. 

It  would  not  be  in  accordance  \\  ith  t  he  pi  ninples  oi 
construction  which  have  heretofore  been  ailo|it«'d  hy 
the  courts  of  this  country  to  declare  tin  p.u.-nt  void 
on  account  of  this  discrepancy  or  oniis-ion. 

In  regard  to  infringement,  differences  in  the  con- 
struction of  the  two  machines  exist,  but  they  an'  not 
material  with  respect  to  the  mode  of  t)peration  ot  the 
combination  which  is  the  subject  of  the  third  cl.iini. 

I^t  there  be  a  decree  for  an  injunction  ami   an  a. 
counting  in  respect  to  the  third  claim. 


U.  S.  Circuit  Court — Southeru  District  of  New  York. 

Uankkk  r.  Bo.sTWicK  et  al. 

Dteided  June  14,  1880. 

1.  Letters  I'atent  No.  43,371.  (granted  .June  'J8,  18C4.  to  Banker  and 
( "arjx'nt^T,  aMsijjnees  of  Georjie  W.  Prince,  for  improveiueut  in 
the  manufactiin'  of  tin  canx.  suRtaioiKl. 

2.  The  invention  covered  hy  the  ]iateut  upou  whiih  ■•iiit  wan 
brought  and  hy  that  set  np  in  defense  being  dejMihiiiit  ii|>on 
certain  peciiliarilie.sof  form  and  jMisitiou  of  pai1«  in  a  structure, 
it  was  found  neces«ar\  to  consider  the  drawings  In  connection 
with  the  i»j>ecifica  lions,  and  to  rely  \\\¥m\  the  drawiuf;^  alone  to 
some  extent  to  a»«'ertain  the  exact  form  and  yiusition  of  some 
of  the  jtarts. 

Mr.  Georye  UardiiKj  and  Mr.  ./ohn  Ii.  Bennett  for  the 
complainant. 

Mr.  ('(iiixtoi  Jiroinit  Aiul  Mr.  I.iriiiii><(on  S<olt  for  the 
defendants. 

WllEKl.KR,  ./.  ; 

This  suit  is  brought  for  lelief  against  iiifriugemetit 
ot  Lett4-rs  I'atent  No.  4:t,:{71,  ilated  June  VJ?<.  l-t),  is-ued 
to  Hanker  and  Carpenter,  assignees  of  (Jeorge  W  I'lni. «, 
for  an  improvement  in  the  manufacture  of  tin  cans,  ami 
now  owned  by  the  jdaintift'. 

The  defeuhcs  relied  upon  are  that  this  improvement 
was  known  to  and  used  by  Edward  T.  Covell,  and  was 
described  and  shown  in  Letters  Patent  No.  42,;i51.datt  .1 
April  I'J,  18<>4,  and  issued  to  him  for  an  improvement 
in  the  manufa<.'ture  of  tin  can.s,  before  the  invention  of 
Prince.  Theplaiiilitt  insiststhattheinveutioii  ami  jiat  - 
ent  of  Covell  are  for  a  different  improvement  ti.  in  tiiat 
of  Prince,  and  that,  if  not.  Prince  invented  il  In  h.re 
Covell  did.  The  cause  has  been  heard  upon  these  ijucs- 
tionson  pleadings.^inmfs, and  arguments  of  counsel. 

To  understand  these  patents  it  is  necessary  to  exam 
ine  the  drawings  in  c<Minecti<m  with  and    i-  a  j.ait  of 
the  specilication,  and  to  rely  upon  them  a,,  lo   l.'  --.'nn' 
extent  to  aseertain  the.exact  form  and  position  ol  some 
of  the  jiarts.     (//««/.</  v.  Kmernon,  11  How.,  iif"?.) 

The  improvements  relate  to  the  joints  of  llatM. led 
cans.  Covcll's  invention  was  of  a  joint  ma«.le  by  ha\ 
ing  one  edge  of  a  plate  for  a  side  of  a  can  turned  ni- 
waiiily  with  referem^e  to  the  can.  with  a  bend  at  ahoiit 
a  right  angle,  and  then  outwardly  witii  a  circular  licml, 
forming  a  shallow  groove  on  the  outside  of  this  ii.itii:e 
for  receiving  a  ttunge  turned  inwardly,  with  a  simjile 
circular  bend  on  the  edge  of  the  next  jdai.  .  «hi.h 
hooke<l  into  the  gutter  of  the  other  llaiii;e.  making  u 
smooth  rib  over  the  joint  on   th.   m^ule  ol  the  can  and 


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ill)  acc.-«8il>l«'  K"itt.T  l)ct\vt-.'ii   thf  ImihIs  tni   -itji'lfniig 
tlif  joint  on  tlif  oiitrtnl.'.      iTiii'  ■■■'  wis  ut'  a  |.iint  made 
l.y  having'  tlif  .-.lu"-  '>f  :i  plat.'  tmi,.-.!   ip.wiirdly  and 
tli.'ii  rt-N.Tse.l  on  it.s.-lf.  t'uriiiiiifi  a  donnl.-  ll:U);;o  with  a 
narrow  and  de<-i>  ^'roove  l.t'tw.'fii  tii.'  Mden,  receiving  a 
Mange  tuin.-d  inwardly  on  tlir  .-dge  of  the  next  piece 
at  tlie  proi-er  an-le,  and   littiiiu  nito  the  groove  so  a« 
to  l»e  ilaini.td  l.y  ir.>*  -<id.-s,  lorinnu'  a  .)"int  on  the  in- 
Hide  of  the  ean  and  an  arce.Hsili'..-  uuiter  on  the  outside 
Cur  the  soid.T.      iiirditl.r.-iir,..,  lu  the  shape  and  depth 
of  the  groov.s  fur  ricis  iiiu'  th.-  liang.-  of  the  next  piece 
inai<r  an  inii.urtant  dilU-n-n.e  ni  tin'  hold  they  take  of 
the  tlang.-  and  in  tin'  solidityand  st  r.ngth  of  the  joiuto, 
.iii.l    in  th.'  joints  as  a  whnlr.      I'riiice's  has  strength 
from   thf  str.-n^lh  of  ihr   in.  tal  uiihont  Holder,  and  a 
coiiveniint  glitter  for  m.M.  r  to  make  it  tiyht  and  ntill 
Mirong.M.     ('ov.'li'^  had  a  conv.-nient  gutter  for  solder, 
hut  d.'i.eiid.-il  on  ilif-old.r  f.i!    ii>  >!i.ngth.     The  ob- 
j.-et  of  rov.'il  aiipfars  to  h  in.'   l..-.ii  t.,  j.rovide  a  joint 
vvhicdi  eould  l.r  .-a^ilv  soldei .  <1 :   that  <<{  Prince  to  make 
a  joint  of  iihTea-.-d  -trcngtli  as  w.-U.  an<l   hoth  appear 
to  have  sii,  .  .•.-.hd.      111.'  loiir-  an-  .iill.Teut  from  each 
other,  not  ni.T.-l\  in  degiv.  hut  in  kind.     Prince's  can 

ha<l   the   sani.-   i t    t.>  unit.'  th.'  h.-.i.l  and  bottom  to 

th.'  si.l.'s,  an.l  Cov.'lls  a  (litl.r.tit  one  for  that  purpose 
fiom  thos.-  unitiiiL:  the  si.l.'s.  and  the  infringing  can 
has  ditV.'rfut  .].nnts  tli.'r.-:  hul  ihi.i  is  not  material,  for 
the  invention  an.l  inlVinu.nient  couhl  consist  in  joints 
t)f  a  j>artnnlar  f..riii  f.>r  parts  of  cans  as  well  yxo  tnnto 
as  for  the  wh.i!.'.       (;.....///.."■  Co.  v.  f'nterre,  15  Blatchf., 

271.' 

Th.  sf  roll,  liisions  are  in  accordance  with  those  of 
the  Patent  <  )ni,  e,  win.  h  hail  both  apidieaf  ions  and 
that  of  one  .\Iernliehl  before  ir  at  the  same  titue,  and 
declared  an  interference  b.twe.ii  Prince  and  Merri- 
(ield,  but  not  between  .ither  ami  Covell,  and  granted 
a  patent  to  both  Prime  ami  CoseU. 

These  considerations  eiititl.'  the  j-laintift'to  a  decree 
sustaining  his  patent,  ami  remb-r  the  .letermination  of 
the  other  iiuestiona,  which  i^  not  witliout  ditliculty, 
altliongh  they  have  been  present..!  wit  h  gr.-at  thor- 
oughness and  .are  in  argunieiit.  unne. .  >-ary. 

There  is  no  (inestmn  nia-b'  ai>.Hit  infringement,  and 
there  must  be  a  decree  for  the  plain  till. 

Let  a  <lecree  be  entered  for  an  injunction  and  an  ac- 
count, according  to  the  prayer  of  the  bill,  with  costs. 


U.  S.  Circuit  Court— Western  District  of  Pennsylvania. 

.^llliollKIIx.K    r.    LlNl-SW,    SlKKKITl    A    ("O. 
IifCHled  M'lii    /V-r./i    1-79. 
1.  The  tirst  .laiiii  ..f  ll.is,su.'.l  L.'tl.is  Patent  Xo.  •:,:>KJ,  sraiited 
M  T.uM.'i   Sti..bn.lne.  Man  li  'i',  X"".  I'.'r  an  iniprovpuient  in 
('.itl'i-.'  iiuIU,  i.s  vah.l. 
•,'     Til.'  m.r.'  f.i.  t  that  tlir  .levi.e  nf  til.'  .!■  !•  ii.laiitH  bas  a  fnnetioii 
ttil.liii..nal  t..  that  a.<'mi|.li^li.'.l  \<\  th.   pat. nte.linvention  will 
11.. t  jiiMtits  111.' .l.-r.-ii.lant-.  in  ili>'  ■.'«•■ -t   i h.' Utter  without  ll»- 

l.ilitN 

:).  I.tttit  pat. Ill  tliiiii-'.'iw'S  ;, ro/ni  'ii-i*' eHtalilifili  the  fact  that 
a  i>al.Mlalii.'  iiiv.'iili.iii  it  .■inln  a.  .  .1  tli.-nliv,  ami  stnmKly  eon- 
tinnan.iA  ..ftliis  will  he  .'MiI-'ii.  .•  t.n.lin.;  u,  ..Imwthe  fav.irablo 
iMrept.uii  .'  hy  th.- puhlic  of  th.'  iiiii.n.v.iu.nt  ami  its  i-e<'(iunition 
hv  the  tia.l.'  as  siiniethiii;:  new  iiii.l  merit.. nous. 

MtKitvf.  link' in  II  .1    K'lr  for  the  .  .unpiaiiiant. 
Ml.  li.  /■'.   Thni'itoii  tor  the  respoii.ieiils. 

At.  llKsON,  ■/.  .■ 

The  bill  in  this  case  is  founded  upon  Keissued  Letters 


P.iteni  No.  7,r>d3,  dat.'.l    Mai.  h  -JT.  1-TT,  grante.l  t..  the 
complainant,  Turner  Strobridge,  for  .an   iniprov.ment 

in  cofl'ee-raill.'*. 

The  defendants  are  dealers  in  hardwar.'  it  Pittsbnr-, 
Pennsylvania,  and  bring  into  the  complainanis  mar- 
ket and  sell  a  coffee-mill  made  by  Lamb  r-.  1  ii'n  vV 
Clark,  of  New  Britain,  Connecticut,  win.  li  niiH  the 
complainant  alleges  is  an  infringeim-nt  ..f  th.'  first 
claim  of  his  reissued  patent.    This  claim  i>  ni   these 

words : 

A  cottw  or  similar  mill  having  a  .letaehal.le  h.M.i.er  an.l  i;rind- 
inu  Hhell  lormwl  in  a  Hingle  piece  and  8us|m  u.l.'d  within  IhP  Iwx 
by  the  U|)i>er  part  of  the  bopp«'r  or  a  Han-.,  th.  i.'..n  Mil.-tantiallv 
as  auJ  for  the  purpose  gpecifled. 

The  defenses  insisted  on  at  the  arg  im-  ni  ut  the  case 
may  be  reduced  to  two  heads,  viz; 

L  That  the  mills  manufactured  by  Landers,  Frary  A 
Clark  and  sold  by  the  defendants.!.,  not  inlnnge  the 
complainant's  said  claim. 

2.  That  the  patent  is  void  for  want  ..i  iiaUiitahle 
invention. 

The  box  of  the  Landers,  Krarv  A  (  laik  mill  -.Id  by 
the  defendants  is  without  the  usual  W.....1.  ii  t..p.  ■  I'.nt 
the  hopper"  (to  quote  the  language  of  the  dcfeu.lants' 
expert  witness,  John  K.  Earle)  "is  cast  with  a  tlan-e 

projecting  from  its  upper  edge  sutbn.iit  i \<  r  ami 

form  the  top  of  the  box;  and  it  is  that  .'\t.'iisi..ii  ..f  the 
hopper  in  defendants'  mill  which  f.>rni-.  th.'  t..p  .'f  the 
box."  In  no  other  resitect.  it  seems  i..  no'.  .l...'s  the 
Landers,  Frary  «Sc  Clark  mill  ditfer  from  the  .^t  i  ..bridge 
mill,  (an  exhibit  of  this  record.)  so  in.  at  h  ast,  as  (oii- 
cerns  the  first  claim  of  the  pat.tit. 

The  defendants  insist  that  the  phrase  ••  del. o  liable 
hopper  and  grinding-shell"  means  a  hopper  ami  shell 
separate  and  detachabl.'  ti..m  the  top  of  th.'  !.o\,  .ami 
that  the  claim  is  for  a  <  ..ibeimli  in  which  the  ••h..pper 
and  grinding  shell  form.'.l  m  a  -mgl.  j-i. ■.■.■'■  can  be 
readily  detached  from  th.'  t..p  ..f  th.'  b..x  in  which  it  is 
suspended,  and  therefore,  it  is  argued,  th.-  null  s..ld 
by  the  defendants  does  not  contain  the  .  ..mbinati.tii 
set  forth  in  the  first  claim  of  the  pat.nt.  ami  tlui.  is 
no  infringement  of  the  coniplainani's  nghts. 

But  I  am  unable  to  adopt  this  \  i.  w.     1  do  not  think 
the  word  "detachable."  as  n-.-.l  m  this  claim,  neces- 
sarily implies  that  the  hopp.  1  nin-t  j.os,M'ss  the  capacity 
of  being  detached  fr.)m  th.'  t..p..f  the  box.      Th.' ..l.j.  <t 
contemplate<l8eenis  rather  t..l..'  t.>  h.ive  a  Impper  easil> 
detachable  from  the  box.     I'.y   the  terms  of  the  elaiui 
the  hopper  and  grimling-shell.  formed  in  a  siimh  piece, 
are  "suspended  within  the  b..x  by  the  upper  part  of  the 
hopper  or  a  flange  thereon."     .\s  respects  the  width  ..l 
the  tlange  there  is  no  exj.r.ss  limitation  in  the  sjiecili- 
catiou.     In  the  mill  .sol.l  by  the  ilefemlants  the  hopper 
is  cast  with  a  tlange  win.  h  jir..J.H'is  from  its  upper  e.lge 
sufficiently  to  cov.-r  ami  Ibriii  the  top  of  the  b.ix.    This 
undoubtedly  is  an   impi..\  .iii.tit   up..n  the  .^tr..brl«lg.■ 
milla8  the  same  is  shown  l.v  his  .Irawing.  ami  of  whi.  h 
"Exhibit   Strobridge"  of  tin-   r.'...r.l    is  a   sp.cimen. 
TheHaugeof  the  Landers,  Iraiy  \  Cl.uk  mill  tiot..iily 
sustains  the  h.-pi>eraml  grimling-shell  uithin  the  box. 
but  performs  the  additmnal   function  <d'  serving  as  a 
cover  of  the  box.      P.nt  this  luiproveim'iit  .Iocs  not  .pi'.- 
tity  the  defeniianis  m  approprialm-  i..  their  usi'  th.- 
complainant's  invention,  win.  h  his  pateni   secures  to 
him.     (  Wtxtunjlwuxi  V.  Thr  (,, nihil  r  .f  l.'iinxi'in  Air  lUnli 
Co.,  9  0.  G.,  536 ;   //.""  \.   >/."'"»,  1  Kish..  .>7.  i 

But  the  def.'mlants  allege  that,  in  view  of  what  was 
well  known  prior  to  the  date  of  the  original  Strobridge 


])atent.  what  was  d.'ne  by  him  dnl  not  constitute  such 
inveiitiiui  as  entitle.!  liini  t.'  a  patent,  ami  that  bis  re- 
issue was  tberetVire  \  ..id. 

It  is  not  denied  that  pri.-i  t..  the  .Lit.'  ..f  th.'  ^tr..- 
bridge  invention  th.'r.-  existe<l.  tin.!  were  "ell  kii.iwn 
in  the  art.  eotb-e-mills  in  which  the  hopper  ami  griii.!- 
ing-shell  were  fonii..!  in  one  and  the  same  pn-ce.  1  hi-. 
however,  is  not  <  laim.-d  as  new  or  ].atei;tal.le.  hut  th.- 
claim  is  limited  to  a  hopper  an.l  gnmling-shell  -^o  ...n- 
stnicieil. 

If  the  Mr.ibii.lg.'  invention  was  aiiiu  4.at..l  at  all  it 
\\asb_\  what  IS  known  m  this  case  as  th.'  ■■  Ireii.  h 
mill,"' which  was  imported  into  this  (.ointiN  a-  .aily 
as  1:-^"^  and  sold  to  a  very  limited  extent. 

This  mill  is  thus  described  by  the  defendants' exp.  ri 
\s  itn.'ss,  .lohn  K,  Earle: 

I  tin.l  in  the  '  ):\  hil.it  Fii'nch  Nlill"  an  arti.le  Vnown  as  a  'box 
mill,"  ami  .'..nsinlinu  ..f  a  box  with  a  top  ma.le  of  -wihkI,  n]Min  the 
nmhr  siiie  ..f  v»  hicli  a  bl...  k  i.s  ^ibieit  so  a.<  to  extend  down  into  the 
Ixixwhenth.  top  is  plac.'it  1.11  the  l>ox.  Tlin>ni:b  the  center  nf  th. 
I..|.  anil  hl.M  U  a  fiinn.  1  sliapol  niieninj:  is  mail.',  so  that  this  0)1.11 
iiii:  thi.>ii;;h  lh<  l..p  an.l  bl.x  k  forms  a  hopp.i.  bein;:  flush  with 
the  iippii  Mil  la.  .'  ..|  111.'  tup  of  till'  box.  The  top  and  bhw  k  l»eini; 
elueil  |..:,'i'th.  r  iiiaki's  thi'iii  praetiiallv  on.'  jiieee.  'Iri  the  iKittom 
of  the  h..pp.  1  ami  ...n.  cnti  i.'  with  it  th.'  ^irin.lin!:  slii-ll  is  attaehisl. 

After  a  careful  inspection  of  th.'  ■' F.vhihit  Firi,,]) 
Mill"  ami  "  Kxliibit  .'strobridge  "  I  have  reach. il  i  h.' 
conclusion  that  tli.y  ditbr  in  iiiii>orlant  parlnulars. 
.•iiid  that  till'  ■■  Frem  h  niili  "  .loes  not  cmb.idy  the  inven- 
tion coN.'i.'.l  by  the  liist  (laim  ol  the  coinidaiuant's 
])alent.  Th.'  ■■  ]''r.'m'h  mill."  in. lee. 1,  ha-  a  sunken  or  stis- 
jiemleil  hopp.r.  but  here.  It  seem-  to  111.  .  Us  likeness  to 
I  h.'  .  fUiiplainanl's  inxeiilioti  <  ea-es.  The  hop]. .1  an.l 
grinding-shell  ..t  the  "  Ir.'m  h  inill''  are  n<»t  in  one  piece. 
The  steel  grinding  shell  1-  atta.bed  to  the  bottom  of 
the  wooden  hojipcr  b\  111.  an-  ..t  screws.  The  sunken 
jiait  of  til.'  w.iodiii  Inipi'.  I  1-  glni'il  to  the  iimb  f  si.le 
of  the  eo\  er  or  loj.  .tf  t he  mill  an.l  the  top  is  naile.l  an.l 
glued  to  th.'  sides  of  the  b..x. 

Ni'ither  in  the  "  French  mill  "  nor  in  an\  ..lln-r  mill 
show  11  to  have  been  in  .xisteme  pri.tr  I.,  t  he  Strobridge 
iiiN.'iiIi.in  is  there  to  b.'  tminil  th.'  .■omiiiiiiiti.in  de- 
M'l'ilied  in  the  lirst  claim  ol'  th.'  .  .implainant 's  r.'is-ne.i 
patent  —  \  i/..  a  cottee-mill  li,i\ing  a  .bta.  liable  h..p].t'r 
ami  icnmling-shell  formed  in  a  -ingle  ]iie(e  ami  -n-- 
pcml.'d  w  it  bin  the  box  by  the  upper  part  of  the  hopper 
..f  a  llatig.'  t her. 'Oil. 

>.une  of  th.'  .levices  entering  into  this  .  i.mbitiati..n, 
\\  hell  tak.  n  separately  and  in  iletail,  at .'  ..hi  ;  hni  i  lii- 
(  aiinot  1.  '  -111  i'essfull\  iirge«l  tigainst  th.-  \ali.lMy  ot 
111.'  patent.  I  liiiiiiw  Coe,  W  (.)tt...  ;!1  ;  WiHuiin-  \.  I  in 
li'iiiiii .   ir.  A   ".  l.'iiilriKtil  ''.>,.  1.'.  <  t.  'i.,  ti.'.". 

Th.'  .l.'temlants.  ho\ve\er.  -trcnuou.sly  insist  that  m 
\  i.  w  (if  th.'  -tat.  of  the  art.  esjtecially  .as  shown  by 
•■  I'.xhil.it  F.le\  ai.'.l  IIop!..'r  Mill  "  am!  "  Exhibit  Ir.ti.  h 
Mill."  the  former  ha\  iiig  the  hopper  ami  grimling-shell 
in  one  pie.  e  and  the  hitt.'i  siiow  ing  a  -unken  hopi>er. 
it  iliil  not  ie.|iiiri'  in\.'!ilioti  to  maki'  t!ie  strmtiiial 
1  haiiges  reciteii  111  the  tir-t  .laim  of  the  Str..l. ridge  re- 
issued iiateiit  :  l.iit  to  tin-  I  <  anm.t  gi\.'  m\  assent. 
r..  nil'  It  s.-ems  tli:it  th.'  .  ..m|ilainaiii  has  proiiuce<l  a 
ni'W  .iiid  n-.ful  null  .iilleriiiu'  sub>taiil  lally  from  any 
\>  liicli  [U'cecdi'il  It  .iml  .  \  in.  itig  ihi'  .'X(  r.ise  of  the  in- 
\  eiitive  f.iciilly, 
/  .\  .hail!.'.'  Ill  th.  f.. Mil  of  .'I  iiiaehuie  "U  iiistrum.nt, 
lh..iii;li  slight,  it  It  \\.iiks  a  -uccessfiil  i.'-ult  not  before 
accompli-he.l  in  a  similar  w,'i\  in  the  art  to  which  it  is 
apptieil.or  many  otlni.  1-  patetitabl.  ,  /•mi'  -  n  ,  Al>rariin, 
1  I  O,  (i.,  Nil.  I  ami   the  \  ali.litN   of  a   patent    1-   imt   .1.'- 


terminahle  by  the  degree  of  noxelty  or  iineiitioii  dis- 
plaved.  fill  Milhr  A  I'ltii'-  Miiniilii'  tiiriiid  <',,.  \.  l)u 
lUiiJ.  I'J  • ».  I .., :'..'.!  rtility  within  the  meaning  ot  the 
patent  la'A  is  ant  lioi  itat  1  \ .  i\  .le<iared  to  exist  "if  the 
(  (.111 hi  11a I  i. Hi  1-  new  ami  t  lie  inaihine  is  capable  of  being 
b.-nelniaiiy  used  for  the  purpose  for  which  it  vasde- 
-:::ii.'<l."       .s'fi/;/o.«i   \.  (ii-hnrin .  11  Wall.,  .".-l'.* 

\]ipl\  in^  th.'-e  jirniiipUs  t..  tin  coniplainan;'-  r»  is- 
sued patent,  why  should  it  no!  be  sustained  '  H:-ioni- 
binatioii  is  new.  ami  as  a  rcsiilt  we  lia\i'  a  -uptri..r 
niill.  characterize. I  l.\  -iiuplicity  of  coiiistrm  I  ion  an.l 
t  hi'  fa.  I  in  \  w  !lli  w  hi.  h  ii  -  se\  era!  j.arts  may  !..■  -el  ii].. 
ami,  wiieii  luiished.  .  onipact.  convenient,  ami  .i>iial.le. 
The  mei  its  of  til.'  iii\ention  were  (|ui.  kly  perccivcii  hy 
til.'  imblic.  The  b..x-nii!l-  in  th.-  geneial  maikct  luior 
to  the  introduction  (j(  the  Strobridge  mill  had  t  h.  hop- 
per above  the  topof  tlie  box.  Imniediately  upon  th.- 
aiipearancc  of  the  coiiip'aiiiant'-  mill  it  met  with  gnat 
popi.hii  fa\''l  aii.l  olitaim-.i  a  tea. i\  sale.  it  \\  a.-  a<- 
cept.'d  and  adopt.'!  oy  th.'  ira-le  ami  w.-nt  into  general 
u.se.  The  Charles  I'.uk.r  (  ..nipany.  .>!  Met iilen,  Con- 
necticut, and  The  Pe.  k.  Slow  A  Wilcox  Company,  of 
-^.'iil  hiiiiiton,  ( '..nnect  icut ,  soon  t.iok  licens.  -  iidm  the 
I  Dinplai  nant .  ami  these  .  unipani.'s  both  laig.'  maini- 
fai'I  llti'ls  of  i'.itfee-nnl!s  >  le-pect  1  vely  make  iiti<!el  the 
jiati'iit  th.'  nulls  know  n  m  this  ca-e  as  ••  F.xhibi  1  ( 'hai  bs 
I'aik.  r  Mill"  and  •Exhibit  Peck,  Mow  A:  Wilcox." 

Nei,-oi,  H  < ','inip,  agent  foi- 'I'li.'  (  liarles  Parker  Com- 
pany.  1 .  -i   i  "•-  : 

Shortly  aft.r  we  eoniTnonre<l  sellini;  th.se  mills  iChiirles  I'arkei 
11 1  ill  I  in  til.'  inaik.'l  wc  ri-ii'ivi'ii  iioti.'H  that  ««■  wt-re  mfiiiiL'iiiL:  tlii. 
^^aid  Sti-oblidgi'  jiatent.  an.l  upon  in\  esti<:Hlii>!i  .  on.  hni.-.i  ;t  «.i^ 
so.  ami  took  ont  a  lieinsi-  t..  niaiiulaetiit.  un.ii  i  tie  pal.  i,t  «  hi.  h 
thi'V  grant. '.i  11s  nmhr  a  rovaltj  ami  from  that  iia\  to  th.-  ).r.'scut 
Wc  liaM'  nniniifaetnreil  them  ver\  largelv.  rh<'sal<'>.of  th.'s*.  nulls 
hav.'  be<'U  very  large  an  compare.1  with  al!  ..tin  i  uniK  w.  manu 
I'actnre. 

Webster  L.  Walkley  testifies: 

I  have  Kolil  Moiiii' inilN  similar  to  Kxhihit   -t j-ohri.l^.     luamifai' 
iiiri'.lbv  Th.'  (hatles  I'ai  k.'i  ( '.impaiiN    ami   nict.'  Mianulariined 
i.v   I'hc  p..  k.  Stow  \  \\  il.'ox  ('om)iaii\  "     "     from  llw  tiisl 

intioilmti.'ii  ..t  th.  s.  milU  they  111. t  with  iinparull.l.'il  -iiccss.  and 
th.'  trail.'  w  liii  hail  lii'cii  piir.  lia-iny;  th.  iai»i'.l  h.ippir  mills  alHiiit 
t  hi'  I'oi  ii'siMimliii;:  .si/c  ami  pti.-.-.  to  a  vi-r\  larcc  deur.'*'  suhstilutcil 
111  tli.'ir  pla.i'  tlii's.'  xunki'ii  hopp.-.i  mill"*  -o  ihat  I  shoulil  sa\  that 
ill.'  lal.'-  lit  th.  oi.linary  raised  ho]n>cr  mills,  as  sfilil  |irc\ioiis  to 
the  introiiiU'tioii  of  thesi'  mill-  mn-t  h.iv.-  falli'ii  .>t!'  in  the  accre 
;.m!.   ahiiMt  oiii    half 

The  l.'tt.'f-  )>aleiit  lli.in-.]\(-  juimit  lai-ii  i-stablisb 
that  the  c. implainant'-  ;iiipT.i\  .ineiii  is  a  juitentable 
invi'iitniii:  and  sti.uiglv  .  onliiiiiator\  of  this  \  iew  is 
the  e\iilem'c  showing  tin  fa\.irablc  acceptance  by  the 
]iul.li.  .'t  t  h.'  inipro\  enu'iit  ami  its  recognition  and  adop- 
tioii  li\   till'  ttadi'  as  soiiiething  new  and  meritorious. 

I  poll  the  w  hob'  .  as.',  I  am  of  opiiii.in  that  the  coni- 
])laiiiant  is  .ni  it  i..!  to  a  decree,  l-.t  a  .lecrec  be  drawn 
in  hi-  ta\  or. 


U,  S,  CiriUit  (Jourt — Western  District  of  Pennsylvania. 
liiK  Pkck,  Stow  vV  \Virx;ox  C.'Mt  \\^  .    I.im.-vy, 

bTKKHITT  &  Co. 
Drrided  Snvfmhrr  Term,  1H79. 

1.  The  flrat  claim  in  Keissued  I^-tters  I'atf-nt  No  8,H«;  -rani.'.l 
AugURt  1!>.  1879.  to  the  p1ainliff«,  an  ansitiiii.  >  "t  A  iii.i~  s],,  j.^t-.i 
i«  valid. 

2.  The  deriHion  of  the  Patent  Office  upon  the  queatiou  of  priority 
of  invention  will  \n-  liindini;  njion  »  iiarty  and  his  pi  ivies  where 
it  appt>ars  that  siuh  part\  had  lili-il  in  th"-  I'at.iit  ( itliee  an  aji 
plication  which  had  l>ts'n  pla<tsl  iu  inleit.  i.  nn  with  the  apjdi- 
cation  of  the  ori;:inal  patent  ii|Mm  the  n  i.-mi.  .!  which  suit  is 
brought,  and  had  rweived  and  ac-(|uie«c«»d  in  .0  ■■  ■  '-■  iiiij; 
nient  of  priority  of  invention,  ami  bail  ilisclaimiil  tin  iioi'iition 
at  issue  in  the  inteifcicnc.',  which  i«  also  that  involvf-il  in  ttii' 
suit  for  infriii::i  III.  Ill    aid  h.ci  1,1k.  i;  ■•■it  ^i  iii..i>  hiiiii.-.l  imt.'ni. 


64 


OFFICIAL  GAZP:TTE. 


July  (>,  1880. 


X  SiK  li  ilecinion  laiinot  l.ar  the  dofense  of  prior  invention  by 
(itlitTH:  hut  the  action  of  the  Otlice  in  granting  th»>  pat<;iit  and 
the  prima  facie  ca*>-  made  th.  rt-lty  fthoalil  have  creat  wei^lit 
where  tlie'Wiatterft  net  up  in  such  defense  wen'  known  to  the 
party  undir  wliose  patent  the  defendauta  claim  title  at  the  time 
oi  in.ikinu  his  application,  and  that  a  cUini  was  ma<le  by  him 
ii.it  withoUndin^t  lo  the  invention  for  the  iufrinijeiaent  of  which 
•nit  is  bn>Ui(ht. 

.l/,x-)-.  liaknrcU  .»•  Kerr  for  the  complajnaut. 

Mr.  /;.  /'.  Thurnton  for  tho  respondents. 

A<  Hr.><>N,  -f-: 
Tbis  id  a 'motion  for  an  injnuctiou  on  Keissned  Let- 

t.  i-s  I'uf.  lit  N'o.  ^,^{\\S,  dated  August  19,  1879,  granted 

to  the  .  ()iiii>luinant,  uHsignee  of  Aiiiot*  Sht'pard,  for  an 

inipiDvement  in  cottee  and  spict-  mills. 

IhtMlcft'iidants  are  hardware  HKTchantH  at  Pittsburg, 
I'.iiiiHylvinii!!.  ami  (m-U  cortec-mills  ujannfactured  by 
Laiuler*.  liny  &  Clark,  which  ...ills,  it  is  alleged,  in- 
liiii;;'   tin   liist  claim  of  said  patent. 

It  I  li  ,iilv  aiijiears,  both  from  the  attidavits  in  the 
(MX-  :iiiil  liv  ail  iiiwpcction  of  tin'  Landers,  Frary  »fe 
Cl.irk  iiuil,  that  it  embodies  the  lirst  chiim  of  the  said 
r.  iH.-<ii.(l  iiateiit.     This  claim  is  in  these  words: 

In  .1  l".x  mill.  IV  iiietal  hopjM-r  and  flaii;;<-,  (*aid  t1an;:e  projeeting 
lalirailv  at  or  n<'ar  the  top  of  the  hopi>er  so  »m  to  form  the  cover 
ui  iiiil  iMtaiM  lit  attai iimeiit  U)  thf  woimIou  box,  in  eombinalion 
withaliiii;;''!  hoppir  cover  and  (jrindiniu;  niechaniHUj,  siibntautially 

a;*  aii'l  tnf  thf  piiriMise  set  forlli. 

'111.  iii\.  iMiui]  relates  particularly  to  that  style  of 
bdx-nulN  whi'  li  li.ive  the  bnlk  of  the  hopper  located 
h.luw  til.'  1m>\  toi'.  rhc  mi'tallic  hopper  is  made  with 
ii  whU-  tl an:,.'  projecting  laterally  from  it  at  or  near  the 
t.i  till!!!  fli  ■  cover  of  the  box, and  is  jyrovided 
M.  iii>  .it  atijuhment  to  the  wooden  box.  On 
j.  th.    machinery  of  the  mill  is  set  up 


top, so  a 

wit  h  t  h.'  ;i 
tlih->  iiH-ial; 


co.iiplt  (.■,  ni'i  th'   >.iuie  is  then  united  to  the  box. 

Tlie  r-iiiM  ill.  .iii.m  Thus  states  the  jmrpo.se  and  tidvan- 
tii^e.s  of  thf  inveutioii : 

lly  makiiit:  the  coinbiuwl  1m)X  top  and  liop|K-r  of  the  form  and  a.i 
i|.«cnl>.'.l  the  .  iitire  iirindin:;  meclianiwm,  together  with  the  box- 
liip  iii.i  li..ppcr  cover,  can  lie  net  up.  titled,  and  finished  wliolly 
111. l.]..!!. I.  lit  ..f  the  w.Miden  Imix,  whereby  the  Imx  \a  not  soiled  in 
si-tiiiii:  i)|.  ufiihi-r  is  any  ex  tni  labor  or  caution  neceH.Hiuy  in  order 
to  pr.  ".Ill  .t.iiliiii:  the  wiKxicn  box.  as  the  metal  iMixtoji,  hopper. 
...\.t  ,111. 1  -nil. till;;  m.-i  haiii^m.  wlii.h  cou*litutf  the  mill  proper, 
.ail  l.«'  pill  ton. tiler,  fittfd.  and  tluished  in  one  iiM>m  by  one  wt  of 
liati.li.  an. I  lliTu  attached  to  the  liox  pmperin  another  and  cleaner 
nioiii  iiv  aiLitlii'i  .set  of  hands. 

rtiii.s  It  will  I"'  s.'fu  that  both  the  Imix  ami  tin-  irriiidiiij;  nwch- 
ai.isiii  with  hoxt4ip.  .smilv  hopper,  and  cover  atta«hed.  may  lie 
pr..p.ily  titii.shcd  iM-toii-  s.-cuiiiif;  the  latter  p.iitH  t.i  tlie  Imix.  so 
that  iiifi.lv  »e<iiriii;:  the  box-top  to  the  Imix  piiMluces  a  neally- 
tiiiislii'.l  l><.\inill  with  siiiiic  ImpiMT  aud  cover  complete  witliout 
any  siilisei|iiciitopfiali.in.  wlii.li  mill  is  stniuizer  and  more  durable 
tliaii  iiii.if  ."iifs  .if  thf  same  class,  and  at  the  same  time  it  can  be 
jiiimIh.'.  'I  .1'  .1  '  •■.lucf.l  .  list. 

Ihe  aiti.hisits  in  the  case  fully  support  the  foregoing 
Mtatt'Mi.iiis  aiil  isMl'ii-h  ih.'  utility  of  the  invention. 

It  apiKar--  that  "U  N..\.  inber  30,  H77,  K.  L.  \Vebb 
tilt'il  hi^ai.i.ii.  at  11. II  :;i  th.-  I'.itent  Othce  for  letters  pat- 
cut  fi.t  an  i!iipi.i\  .111.  lit  ill  coffee-mills,  to  be  issued  to 
hi.-*  a.H,si-ti.is,  1. .111.1. I-.  1  i.ny  A  Clark,  the  defendants' 
Vfiidt  IS. 

In  tlu>  api'Ui  aiiuM  th.'  I'lUiiiwing  claim  wjis  made: 

In  .1  i..i\  mill,  the  hop|»'r  constructed  with  a  liit<'rallyproieclin'; 
tlaiiu.-  I"  I'nii  the  top  ..f  the  mill,  and  with  tii;:s  on  the  under  side 
..I  itT.  s.11,1  ilaii;;e,  as  a  111.  alii  t.ir  .securing  the  hopper  aud  its  flange 
t.itli.    i...\    >ii'...t.iiiti.ill\  a.'- .l.s.aibi-il. 

'I'lii.s  aiiii'ii.ati..ii  ..!'  W.I.'.  \\  ,iH  put  in  interference 
with  flif  iin^nnai  .ipiiln  at  i<in  of  Amos  Shepard,  the 
issue  tiiade  l>\  the  raicnt  <  'llicc  being  as  follows: 

Til.  su!'|. .  I  I ii.itt.r  involved  in  theinterfen-aiceisin  a  box  cofl'ee- 
mill  111.-  Ii.>l.|"r  .  ..iistructi'd  with  a  lat^'nil  pniji>cting  tlantce  to 
f..rm  th.  t..p..l  th.'  null  ami  having  fastcnins;  devices  for  seciiriug 
thi-  sain.-  t..  til.-  '">\ 

Tilt"  ii.irii.s  ii'.'-j..'( 'i\  fl\  iih-.l  the  preliminary  state- 
ments ri'iiiufi'.l   h\    \lvi\'-   N...  .'. '.  .i!"  the   Tatent  Othce, 
and  (in   May  1...  I'T-,  the  lulciiercace  was  decided  in 
6 


f^vor  of  .Shepard.  This  deci.sion  was  acquiesced  in  by 
Webb,  who,  on  May  24, 1H78,  dis<'laimed  the  invention, 
and  Bnb9e(|nently  took  out  his  patent  on  another  claim. 

The  complainant's  counsel  contend  that  the  defend- 
ants, who  are  the  vendees  of  Landers,  Frary  A  Clark, 
are  privies  to  the  interference  and  bound  by  i!  -  i.l- 
jndication,  and  cites  in  support  of  this  position  the  de- 
cision of  Judge  Nixon  in  IlanJ'ord  v.  Wintioil,  (16  O.  G., 
1181.)  To  this  proposition  I  assent,  so  far  as  the  ques- 
tion of  priority  of  invention  is  concerned.  lUit  the  de- 
cision does  not  preclude  the  defendants  from  conf.  st  in;; 
the  right  of  the  complainant  to  injunction  up«)ii  the 
ground  of  defense  now  set  up,  viz:  That  the  .'^liepard 
invention  was  completely  anticipated  by  the  "  1  i. n.  h 
mill,"  and  therefore  that  the  reissued  letters  piilent 
disclose  no  novelty,  and  are  void  for  want  of  patent- 
able invention.     Let  us  then  consitler  this  dcfeiix.  . 

The  "French  mill"  consists  of  a  box  with  a  t.'ii  ma.l. 
of  wood,  upon  the  under  side  of  which  a  wikkIcii  lilm  k 
is  glued,  so  as  to  extend  down  into  the  b<i.\  when  tin- 
top  is  place<l  on  the  box.  Through  the  cini.  r  ..t  th.- 
top  and  blcK'k^there  is  a  funnel-shaped  opemn^.  win.  h 
forms  the  hopper.  To  the  bottom  of  the  w..  .1.  n  hop- 
per the  grinding-shell  is  attached  by  mcaii^  "t  -.  i.  \\s. 
The  top  of  the  mill  is  nailed  and  glued  to  th.  ■-  .h  ■-  of 
the  box. 

The  defendants  contend  that  the  only  Mih-tantiil 
difference  between  the  complainant's  mill  m.l  the 
'"French  mill"  is  a  difference  of  material,  an.l  that  all 
the  advantages  are  found  in  the  latter  mil!  \\  huh  ar.' 
described  in  the  comi)lainant'8  reissue.!  piiiiii;  luit 
such  was  not  the  jiosition  of  Landers.  1  i.ir\  A  (  lark 
aud  their  assignor,  H.  L.  Webb,  when  th.  latt.  i  ma.l.' 
application  for  letters  jtatent,  out  of  wlncli  tin  alHi\.  - 
mentioned  interference  grew.  In  the  Webb  apj.!.  a- 
tion  occur  the  following  statements: 

These  mills  have  usually  been  made  with  a  w(mm1  box  and  top, 
with  the  hopper  and  runner  ma<le  of  metal  and  securwl  to  the  top. 
The  securiiiii  device  is  necessarily  s.'rews  or  bolts,  ami  thus  after 
a  little  use  are  liable  lo  become  Iimisc  and  reiiiiirc  constant  lesi-t- 
tingor  repairs.  The  object  of  this  invention  is  pfincipally  to  over- 
come this  diflicidty;  and  it  consists  in  constructing  the  top  of  a 
box-milt  ot  cast-metal  and  in  one  and  the  same  piece  'with  the 
hopper. 

l!y  this  construction  of  the  top  the  usual  securing  devices  be- 
tween till'  top  and  the  hopper  are  avoided,  and  the  cost  of  pro<luc- 
in:;  the  hopiier  anil  top  in  one  piece  is  less  than  constructing  the 
hop{>«r  separately  and  attaching  it  tn  the  wood  top. 

.•Vgnin,  this  coiistrucLioii  allows  the  c<inipletion  of  the  whole 
grinding  apparatus  indepeml.'Ut  of  the  l>ox  ..i  wim.l  portion,  as  tlie 
whoie  grindini:  apparatus  is  practically  niaih' .t  part  of  tlie  t«ip, 
and  that  completed  it  only  remains  to  secure  tliat  single  jmrt  of 
the  wikmI  box:  and.  accoiiiplislnd  as  it  is  in  tliis  case  by  trans, 
verse  .screws  or  rivets,  the  strain  uisin  them  in  grinding  is  very 
much  less  than  on  the  usual  verti.  al  securing  devices. 

It  is  not  pretende*!  that  at  the  time  this  applicatimi 
was  made  Webb  and  his  assignees.  Landers,  1  rary  A 
Clark,  were  not  perfectly  familiar  with  the  "i Hm.  h 
mill." 

The  advantages  set  forth  in  sn.  h  .1.  tail  an.i  with 
such  force  in  the  above-tjtioted  statennnts  In. in  tlin 
Webb  aiiplication  are  shown  all  to  exist  in  tlw  .^liejitird 
invention,  the  priority  of  which  n\.i  W  .  1.!.  has  l.ecn 
finally  adjudicatt'd.  Now,  while  tin  do  ish.h  m  lavor 
of  Shepard  in  the  interference  proceeding'  may  imt  ho 
conclusive  against  the  defendants  upon  th.  .|in-iioiis 
of  anticipation  and  patentable  novelty  ti..\\  r  ns.-.i,  \.  t 
under  the  circumstances  great  wciulit  1  ihii.k.  -h..iilil 
be  given  to  the  actiot»  of  the  ratent  i  "m..  in  -iiniing 
letters  j»atent  to  the  compliiinant.  Hie  jiriimi  fmif 
ca.se  thereby  established  in  favor  of  the  complainant 
ought  not  to  be  overthrown  at  the  instance  of  Webb 
or  those  in  privity  with  him  without  dear  evidence 
that  the  patent  is  void  for  the  ivasons  now  a»ix'ii<  .1. 
Such  evidence  I  do  not  timl  in  th.'  .  a'».'.  '  ".i  the  (mi- 
trary.  after  an  examination  ..i'  th.-  ■■I'l.ii.h  mill"  and 
a  careful  consideration  .1  t  !n'  aiti.la\  m-..  1  !i  iv.-  i.a.  hid 
the  conclusion  that  the  .^ht'jiar.i  ir,\ .  ni  i.m  w.isnot  an- 
ticipated by  the  "French  null'  oi  'th.iw  I'm.  ami  tliat 
his  improvement  is  both  new  an.l  iisctui 

I  am  of  opinion  that  the  complainant  is.ntnl.il  in 
the  injunction  nioved  for.  Let  a  <1.  <  u-.  h.  .li;iu  n  a.  - 
cordiugly. 


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IDESIO-lSrS. 
It.SW.— WATrii  (.'ilMN  H.ioK  —  A.>rr(()(»  A.  lili^t.  New  York.  N   Y. 

Application  fili-il  Mas   i-    l-'-ti      Term  of  patent  34  years. 
n,s.W.— Cari'KT.— Hm;;A  CA   .-'..    M.  li..se,  N.  Y.,  assipnor  to  The 

l!irjrU)ir  Carpet  Cninj'H,:/    Clinton.   Miis^      ApplicAllon   file.l 

I  '  1. III. try  19,  IS*).      r.Mii  "f  (lati'iit  ■.^  n.-hi* 
n   -.'I'  an.l   1I.S61.— CaHIT  I  ^-llfnrt-  //'"'i'',   Ka^t  ( inuiee.  \.  .1.,  as- 

»i;:u<it  to  Hartford  Carpi  t  fompanii.  lliirllonl.  Conn.     Appli 

cations  til.  d  Kelirii»r\   I'i.  \.<-m\       JCiin  of  paU'nIs  34  xenrs. 
ll.H6a.— CaRCKT.—  Winthrcp  L.  Jacob*,  Jerw'y  City,  IS.  J.,  aa^ifiiior 

t,'  Hnrii.r.l  C'lrjirt  ComjHiiip.  ll.i  I  fi.r  .1.  Conn,     .\ppliiatioii 

li,,.l   r.I'Mi.iis   I',:.  If^.     Tenii  1.1    i.ai.  ill  :ii  >  ears. 
11  -.1    -  \I  ATCiiIlox.  — <7*orI<f*  KiUehflt.  Kew  Y'ork.  N.  \'..  aa- 

sij:ii,.i   to  Mchola*  MuUern  Soim  <*  Co..  same  plaw.     Appliea. 

ti..ii  til.'.l  May  -.  I^"^>      Teriii  of  iial.'nt  3j  \  ears. 
11  -(I  ^  I',.  .Ill  K  — /7i...»a.  M    Laliey.  I5ro«iklyD,  N.  Y.     Applies 

tioii  til.'.l  iiin.-  :i.  l-<~(i       T.-nii  of  patent  3}  years 
ll_(<6.5._rrH.'lJ*TKKY  lulMMIN..  --^c(.p..J</  lJii(ientl,,ti    N.  w    V..rk, 

N.Y       .\ppli.  aii..n  til.-.l  Ma>  l'^   ls.-<0.     T.'ini  of  jiatent  7  \  eara. 
11, f<««fi.— Taiii.k(o\  KK      //''•. '.'"01   I'ichUr.  Crach,  Wiiit.  inU.  i - 

(Jerniany.     .Vppii..ii iil.'i  April  IT,  IMI.     Term  ot  |.ai.  ui 

7  years. 
n,H67.— Caki'kt.— «r<f«r7f  IV    f'urf'f    New  York.  N.  Y..  assi;:nor 

to  Hartford  Carpet  V'liij-'n:,     II..1  tf.nd.  Conn.     Apidicaiion 

lile.1  Kcbriiary  \i.  lSt*0.     Term  ..1   )...!•  nt  3^  years. 
llKtV*  — Km  MAIN  liorn.K.— l/i>/i«»'(  //•  Hm/erty  N.  w  ^■,)tk.  N.  Y. 

Appli.ation  Hl.'d  .■\pril  H,  L-^SO,     Tenii  ..t   [.iii.  nl  :   v .  ais, 

11,1*9,— ("a Ul'ItT,—  //ti<7/i  ChriKtir.  M.  li  >:«.  N  Y  ,  assiimor  t4i  Tli<- 
Hioflmr  Car/i't  f'ninfiany.  Clinton.  .Mans.  .\]. plication  fil.tl 
F.liMiaiy  1"    I--1'      T'  MM  ..f  iiateiit  3J  M'Hii.. 

11.17(1 —CaiiI'KI.— IViM/Arr.;.  /.  ./nc../,*,  .lei  sey  (.'ily.  N,  .J  ,  assignor 
to  llart/ord  Carpet  Cuwpauy.  Hartfonl.  Conn,  Application 
filed  February  I'A  1S80.     Temi  <if  patent  3J  years. 


(Tnnie  niai  kx  w  lii  h.-  re^lNteii-.i  ..iii>  in  tav..i  el  1  leise  w  li...  with 
a  full  kii.i«  I. '.!::.  ..I  tlie.U'.  i>.i.>ii  ..t  th.'  SMi.i.'ine  ('..iivl  .It  the  C  lilted 
State*  .l.'.laiui-  th.'  act  ..f  July  e,  l.'^7U.  uiicouslituli.inal.  shall  re- 
qiie-.t  Mill  li  \i  ^ir-lalion,! 

7  i)«i4._\\iii-K  ^  —  llofhtii/irr  /.V.-fArr*.  Clncinnall.  Ohio.     Appll- 

ciilinn  ti'.-.l  .Iiilic  1.  I--I' 

111.  a!liil?a!ii\  «.  i.  .  li  .1  woiiIs'SaM.  IlolsTOV'nnd  Ihe  cir- 
ciila!  i..i.|.  1  H  11  lull  «  I'l.  ii  '.~  the  iipn.HeiitMtioii  of  a  prairie,  hav- 
in;;  in  tli.'  foreyroiitiil  a  .li-iii"iinti'.l  ..fti.  «  i  in  the  |Hisltion  in  which 
bark w.KMlmiieiT  listen  1..  ai  Mi.  .aitli  t'.n  iliwtant  sounds,  and  his 
riclilN  <  aiiaiisoiii'il  li.'i  ■•.  -i.m.'.i.ii;  ,il  Ins  side,  .A  t  a  -li..!  t  .listaiu-e 
ar>'  two  Miouiiteil  I1..1  ■«.  111.  n 

7,96.5.— \v  II  i'-K\       //■/•■/,.  I /.I'l    /.Vof/irr»,  Cincinnati,  Ohio.     Appli- 

catK.n  fii.-.l  •!  nil'    I     i~r-U. 

■■The  arliitiMM   «  .u  .Is  '  TlIK  Tk  \  w  !;\\..KH.'" 
7,966.  —  I'AMAM  h  K.  —  J/"«i.  ilnini'nctiini.g  Ciriiipani/    PHiicatink 

Villas.'   Si.>iiiii::t<.ii   C..1111      .Vppli.ation  tiled  .\].iil  iW   lfi-(». 

"'1  ii.'  ailulian    «.T.i      I    "I  l.li»r.'  " 
7_9<i7.— lii  t  IKK  —drrridui  W  Siii'i'lon.  SoniiTvilli  .  iU.v^.     .Vppli- 

CAtion  tiieil  May  31    lf>Kl. 

"The  v».inl  tMiilH.l     I  i\i  \  •  ,111.1  til.    r.  pr.  «.  n  tat  ion  oC  iiii  ..n>  x 
•tone.' 


u 


OFFICIAL  GAZLlTfe. 


July   13,  i8J^c. 


'M,-  ~i'.    K    h.i  wii  fiiiiw, now —.Va//»a»u-i  S.  ^yatU,  IJaltiiuore, 

\\„\,  !'.<'-      \     -•     •*       ,i;i.i    I  h.    <•.  III''.'!  rif -1  -<tn'- '■ 

'Hi'i—l'!   \;\     K\i'     I    x\     ■     M     -.l.lN.-. — '"..  I   llutUiin  d    C'-..  -Mau- 
,  h.-.t.  I    I- iiMii    li,  1  '  •  lil  .11   Eii)iiniid.     Application  flh-dJnne 

I'hi-  .iMiiioii  I  iii.ijKii  li-iiii'  and  llu'  letftTS  "  H.  M.  L.  H.' " 

i:ii  __  i;  vk;n  I'owhei!.  Ni  v^s  I'mwdkii.  an-d  Similar  Bkkad 
I'uKr  V  K  1  iti'V-  --//'I'-A  ./  ./■■'iA»  I  nil. -town  ami  New  York 
,ir\     N     \  .  .iii'l  I  111.  iiii.iti.  Uliiii.     Application  tiled  May  5, 

lr«(). 
\  li,,t^,,l  ...   111.1  tlieaibiti-arilyBt-leittMlwonls'GoouLiTK.'" 

1:1  —I  1I1.U  \  *M  ^MiiKiN*;  ToKKvvu.—Hiifman  rf  Co..  Rwl 
l|,„,k     N     \        A  i.).;i.  .iliiiii  tili'd  l)c<-»-iiil)er  12.  IK7i>. 

111.    1.  |.i .  -1  n!,ilnili  of  tlif  liiMiU  " 


7,!»T2.— Sl'RIXO  BeivKoTTOMS.— '-■  uri/^-  lleitih'Ui.   .\  .  \v    \  ..|U 

Application  tlltHl  Au..'u«l  11.  \tfVi. 

"Th*"  word  '  IxvKioK*  lou    ' 
7.'.I73.— YlCTKRlXAKY    Po«  1  KU,-  -  ."^dr-i/i    ./     Finit-     I'.iill  111...1 

A)>plication  filiMl  .S«;pt^mU»r  9.  1C79. 

'•  Tht^  name  or  title  '  FocTZ.' '' 


\    \ 


M.I 


2,;W7— Title:   "  Josis'  I.IVKK  1 .  i;am  :  K>        A'.'/   /  /.''- 
rre«*k,  Mirh.     Application  lilt-d  Ma\  >.  I'-n 

•i,30«.— Title:   "MOTll  KlI.I.KR,  "  (A  <'o.Ml'Ol  >-|>  mi:  M  -1  li'l 

rtKlTS.)— fi.  O.  Sre6<»«A,  P«TU,  111.      A  ppli.  al  h.h  IiI..1    -I' 
IHHO. 

•.i,;»9.— Title:  "Thott'ij  Esgush  w  \ikhi  1:1.  t   Hi  \  kin 

rrutf.  Boston,  Ma«8.     Applicnt  .  i,  lii.  .1   I    m.   1  1-mi 


I'.alll. 


\     In 


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P  A  Y  \{  \  T  S 


GRANTED    JULY     13.     1880 


229,793.     RDMNING  GEAR  FOR  WAGONS      ChjhusE    A  ;  »  k 
eo*.  GiIaiB.  lid       filed  Apr   I    iSSO       >  Hodr)   >  { 


229,797        VALVE  GKAR    PuK    STKAM   KNitI.SES        F1..1IIK    H. 

b  ,'  I  I.     K  r ,  r     Pa        K  ;  .  t- 1    i '  f  f    4     i  S  "  s 


Cliitm. — The  iiiitiilhi  |)iHtcp  1.  ,UL;ii  IhmI  liv  .  Ii.iiii,'<  t)  I.-  tli. 
liiiim<i.«.  Ill  ciiiiiliiiiutiiMi  »ilii  til.  rem  1 1  H.  pnivKlrd  \»itli  ionp  T. 
Iiir  the  r(..<(pti<in  iif  plutim  1.  ull  ,irriiin;c<]  .-iini  ii|>«TMtiiig  oulwUin 
tially  at)  8|>ecirie<l 

229.794.  lANUPACTCRK  "?  Sli8ST!TDTES  fOR  HARP 
RUBBER.  Alhahdis  B  aluji,  Cin'iciiii.  'Hi"  V  'li 
Jme  1.  1880       (No  Bodel  ^ 

Claiwi. — 1.   The  jtrocesn  of  trealintr   liani  wo...!   mui   .irti<  i<* 
mtule  therefn)iii  with  r««ln-<>il  »t  11  iilow  linat,  and  aft«T«iir.l  ...ai 
iiiir  tliciii  with  a  solution  of  gulta-ix-rt  ha  viil<-»tii/«Hl  .mi  tin  m.xkI, 
HulMitBiitially  as  dc»<Til>ed.  for  the  purjxwe  »[>w-itic<i. 

2.   All    improvtxl    iiiariufactiiri'— hard    wihh)    artu  Icf   ■>!    use 
trcAled  by  the  iiieaiiH  and  pnMcjw  lit'rt  in  dfacnlx-d 

229.795.  RIVITING  ■ACBIME  Johh  f  kiita  N>w  T.rk. 
N     T        FlUd  Doe     1     IKTK. 


Cltum — 1.  Ill  tlic  \h|v,  l'i'.u-  ..(  ;i  r.  mpmuI.  >ICrt,i,  .ii-ni.  . 
th''  1  ••iiiiiinHlioii.  «ith  tin.  n-Mi>ui>.'  link  uui  .  ..iiiic.  tii.i:  nnU  .f 
H  fix'ii  I'.  <  iiitn.',  with  a  iii.niil.lc  <■.  .tiil.p  alta.li.i!  !.  tin  .,,li 
tiiir.Mif  iia.l  m^iUHlalilc  ilutiii.  II 11  iill\  ilii.ii-..ii  >i\i.-i.iiitiul!>  lu.  .i.it 
|..r  llic  inHiMiWK  set  t.irlh 

'1      rii.     .  ..iiiliuialliili  of    tin    .iiciiin<>    (      :iiiii    li     -,.1..,,     ,,i).l 
j,'|-.».\..    :   (^  iliiplM;il    o(H'iiiiii;   II.  h\,,\  ,,  ;,!i,!   «,.t  ,v  ri  iv    1      -.ir.^ui. 
ti.ilU   ii-«  jiiiri    f. .1-  till    .iur;">«i>  »<  1  I. .It!, 


229.798      HAIR]  Mr  F.'RWAx:vr>   papkr 


Cltiim  — 1  Ilii  coiHiini.ilii.ii.  in  a  p,i|M'r  \(av!iii:  m.i.  i.iiit.  ..f 
til'  ".iviiiu  1ioU;.'li  .\  1111(1  iK.iic.i  mi.iK.ti.iiiL-.  ^l.i/l'ii  and  lining' 
t.ild.    (      ~illii.irtMti.ill>    .i»  .ii-~rii«d 

J  I  ill  (  ..iiiliiiniiinii  ..I  lilt  11  iiMiii;  trniiL'n  \.  laldi-  <  '■..Hit". 
K  <i.  ami  ri'i-N  K    iiid   II.  -ub'>t.iiilialli   :i,«  do.  riln-d 

.'i     1  in    >i:i\iii^.    tr..n;.'!i    \    uii!    ^ni.MiMnii::.  _'|.>«>iiii.',  ami    liri 
inff  t.ililn  ( ',  .oiiiliHw^l   VI  itli  car!.  .iiIm  -  ami   in.  lud.d  m  lln    |a.'K.  t 
li.  MilwtJWilialh   A-  (lew  rilK>il 

t  The  .oin  111  II  lit  lull  with  tin  uaxunr  IMIlirli  .\  .  of  the  aiiUKitli- 
in^.  itliwuiin;.  ami  ilri  iMi;  t»ti|p  I  ,  rtMcii  ui;;  tin  |unxT  dinxl  1 1  fnmi 
tin-  tr.iiii.'li.  and  Ik-iiil'  iiK-liin-d  iijiiviinl  Cnnn  .iiiid  troiifii  »iili<.laii- 
tiail\    a*  .li'w  riUti 

.'1.  Tin-  .  ■niilMiiiitn.ii  .f  llic  » a\  Iri'iiiTli  -\  an.i  tal.h  <  .h.niiii: 
L-r.^.n-i  |\  airi-w  tin-  t"].  and  I,  alniii;  tin  inaru'ins  ili!..-linririiiL' 
into  villi  Irimt'li.  •iiil»<l:intiallv  ^»  dfwrilK-<! 


Claim.  —  In  a  iim-iiih;.  |.iiiiiliiim.  or  ulnvirni::  m.i.  Iiiiii,  lln 
rniiihinatton  cd'  tin  |in'M»iii>' <  1  liinli  1  and  pintnii.  tin  |ii»l.ni  lhI. 
tlin  hhIi*  (i  and  (i,  foniiiii;:  an  tdli-iH  or  UnitcU'  j.niil.  hii!  the 
hineiHl  artn«  A  and  B.  with  Kiijtjihh-  d'<w  or  other  t4»>U.  arraiik'i  d 
and  opcmtinj;  Hulwtjintialli  in  ihc  m.initnr  and  for  the  piir|Hif«-  «! 
forth  

229,796.      ASPIRATOR        W:lluii    Al'TIHHTH,   Cucm  0  &'. . 
Uhio       Filed  July  25.  1878.  ^ 


229,799      VAPOR  BtRKER      GICEOI  W.  BiiLines.  fifv«Ucd, 
(I  till,        Ki:"l   .Sf  pi     3  0     !  S"». 


1  Clnifn. — 1     In  a  v»|K)r-hiinicr.  a  [Mpf  b«»nf  into  thr  form  <if 

'  thr«  ndit"  of  a  M]uar«-.  haviiit;  on  the  tinder  nide  of  it»  up(><'r  hori- 

/.oiitiil  arm  a  plate,  <i.  and  in  the  upjwr  Kidc  of  it*  lower  hon/onlal 

f  iflim  -In  an  linpiiator.  the  c.Miihniat.on  of  the  jointed  stand  *""■  ''''^■•'.*  *«■'"«  «'<<  !»'»«''•  « "^"'"K.  ^  *"''  l*^!"-  '<*i'l  '""'-^ 

ard  A,  eonUiniUK  vaht*  V  V  .  and  riKidIv  »up|H.rt.H]  U|M,n  a  Im«4>  •"■'"  "  '^•<I"=''-1<'  f'"-  ••ooibi.Ktil.le  material,  l.y  the  h™t  ,.(   »  l,o  h 

ami  i-n.vidcd  with  inlet -duet  I)    and  outlet  dii.t  I)  .  and  a  »u.  tioi.  ""'  '■''^  "  tf*-'"™""'   '"  ""•'I  '"»•«■'■  ■"■'"'■  •Hl-t*"'"*"*  <^-  -■'   •'"•tli 
rhaiiilHT    F    a*  di»K  riUd  ^     '"  <onihiiiiil|on  with  the  dome   1).  pt|X'  or  burner  C.  pn>- 


68 


OFFICIAL    GAZFTTF. 


Jli.y    15,    1M80. 


vijwl  with  an  itntu*-  mxl  Milvp-ntfiii.  l\te  (TPiionttor  A,  limviiiK  »ii 
iiili-i,  n.  ilc.iil.l*-  HirlitMi^'lp  bnni«T  H.  n-<f|'tJKlr  p.  mul  viilvo-*t««iii 
t,  •u)wt4iiitiall\  Alt  wt  furtli. 

;V  .V  vapor  Itunit-r  1  oiwtnuUMl  uf  tlic  ifrnorat^r  A.  witli  the 
iiilot  1,  ihf  .ioalilc  ritflit  im«lo  bnriirr  H,  pruvuh-d  >vitli  >i  ho*lin|f- 
pUu-,  »<.  and  i.rifio-  c  ilirwtly  iimlpr  iiai<l  platr,  in  (oiiihlnfttion 
with  ^■..■pu<-h«  /•  aiKl  valvcuteiii  A,  »•  luwi  f'T  tho  piiriMtw-  herein 
Ml  f.irtli 

229.800.      COIB'.NKD    LATHE  AND  PLANSR       F    W    (ii,T«v 
goiTT'  HH     Wilfrtowi     Wii        Filed  D»c    22    IS'O 


229,804.  B1TTIR8  Joi»  Ci«iiTor»lL,  8t.  L«iu.  ■•  Pilti 
■  tr  3  1  ISO  (  Nd  ipaelBdi  ) 
Clmm—'Thi'  (-<>iii(Hwilii>ii  fur  wiilnut  hitter*  ti)y»\v  .U»»ril>«-<1, 
j  conKmtiiit'  <.f  tho  fi.lhiwiriB  in(.Te<liciitm  vi».,  »lico«l  prct-u  hhuW 
!  w»lnuU,  hitu^r  M»om-e  of  wahiiiU,  the  \m-M  whiakj,  <  larilUid  gugar, 
!  woriiiwtKKl.wh.>rtlel>ornMiiitiiio8i(,chiv(«,  ml-jx'pi'or  iw«lii,<irHii(;c 
'  l>«f\.  liiul  pun-  waUT.  Ml  till-  pr'iiHirtiinis  siiUtaiitiallv  a»  Jt^riU-*!. 

229,806       Oil  CAN    FAUCKT       JoKK    H    C0Ll»i»    K«m  York, 
isJ  u«u«ii  W    Ald«1i  H,  Brooklya,  N    Y      FilH  r)»r    1    1871 


l'l^tM—\.  Atiiniini!  l»th.-thoho»<l  bhtckof  whirh  cnrricaUlO 
r..i.iri   kiin.-H  of  thi-  pUiiir  or  mohliT,  and  the  hur  V  .  h.iMiilf  «ie 
Hli.liii-  iuljiuitahU'  hhK-k  C   ,  pmvidtHl  « ith  tlio  r<iM..\  al.h    pl.wvr 
Iml  aitd  ifiiid.'  B   .  milwtantiiilh  lU  and  for  the  piiri«««>  >.ih-,i1i(.1 

2  A  turuinB-lnthe  the  heiul  hl(Mk  »f  whi.h  -ai  rico  ih.-  iwury 
knnr.  of  the  planer  or  ntolder.  the  l»ar  Y  .  hiivinn  tlif  ..li.lmd  *1- 
jn.lahh-  hl.H-k,  ('  and  V  .provided  «ith  tlie  reinovahh-  planor- 
Ik.I  and  liiiide  1!  ,  and  rfumvahh  adjONt.ihle  ftsol  rolU,  iOitwtan- 
lialU    -t.H  •<t  foi-th 

;l  A  fiiniini;  l.ithe  the  liead  hl.Htk  ..f  whieh  carnOH  the  ftary 
kni\e4i  <,(  the  planer  ..r  in.dder.  and  the  tiur  V  .  havin-  tlie  «h<hn!.' 
Oiljiuttalde  hUK:k  V  .  provide-l  with  the  r<-ni..vahlc  fwd  ndl-.  and 
o|icrntiui{  in  tho  manner  and  for  the  purjBiwx  set  forth 

X  In  eonihiuation  wltli  l«ir  V  and  lU  Klidini.'  adjnulahh-  hh>rk 
\'  ,  the  !«npiK.rt  pieee  l  ,  adapU-.!  to  U-  in«<-rtcd  from  eilhcr  >ido 
of  the  lathe,  and  pn.vide.1  with  lioh-H  \V  f..r  the  n><Tptioii  ..(  iho 
r.»U  1  of  the  f.c-d  roll  frame,  or  Iho  »up|«.rtin-  pin  "I  tli.  i.-d 
rent  \.  .  milwt.iiiliiill.x   ,1"  <M't  torth 


'  /<ii«l. — 1.  A  »|MMil  :ind  .iir>tiil>e  iiixin  a  di«k  h.kv  iiij;  an  ehi»ti< 
fi<e,  in  eoinhiiiation  with  .\  wrew  union,  ami  a  eivp  uixin  whieh 
tin;  union  in  acrowed.  ami  to  whieh  the  eliwtie  fiwxt  in  pn-«i«<^d  hy 
the  wrpw-iiiiioii,  milmtiinlially  lu  >*<*t  forth 

i.  Tlio  conihinalioii,  with  the  ncrew  nnioii.  of  a  di>tk-*alve 
and  K  eap.  thei-e  Immiiu'  hohw  throiiuli  the  rap  a-id  the  disk  that  do 
not  tn>rre«i»Mi.!  «  hen  the  ili«k  in  Innied  to  rliHM-  the  fanrot,  »»  «t 
forth. 

i  Tin  conihinntioii,  in  a  fuiieet  for  eaim,  of  a  wtow  rins, 
A  k,  altaejiid  to  (lie  can,  a  lu-n-w  eap.  ',  :i  «<  rew  union,  *,  a  di.-k 
Mtd  olantic  fnct<  lictwccii  the  i«cn;\v-iini<in  and  the  e.ip.  and  a  !<|»iiit 
niion  (he  disk,  MiilwlantialU  a.^  '^1  forlh 

220,806.     OIL  CAN  FAUCET       JohkH    Coiinii"    Nnw  York 
ti40loi«l  W    ALomcg.  Brooklys  N   Y      FiUd  Not    1&    l)7t 


C/nm  — Til.  «  rrw  cap  niiiov aide  from  the  sen w-riiiK,  and 
having  ujxmi  i'«  ;  p  -uifaee  lln'  |«iiinnir-ntiot  and  air  tnlK-,  in  e<nii- 
blimtioii  with  i!m  \.\\\f  Ulow  the  under  side  of  tlie  cap  and  a 
■crew  juvwiiiit  tliroui,'li  llo'  enp  and  acting  to  close  the  T»l\c  up 
wartllv.  miiwtanlialU   .»*  .wt  forth 


229.807  SHIRT  CHtiiiiJ  CtTLi.  Okittg*.  Ill  .  Aiititiar 
to  Ebtieitr  Jiiiiif«  Albart  B  Pillati,  ti4  Airoi  Lsig' 
(tr««t.  itBi  »U«<       Flle4»Apr    7,1110      (■•<•!) 


229,801.       CORSET         loRHH    P     Bra' 
Kil'd    O.-t     2,1.    1879 


Birai.tishaTi     Com 


(  {ail*. — The  herein-dowTilied  improvement  in  corwiji.  1  i.ii 
Hiitint;  of  the  Ueinj'  strip  A,  with  iditu  n.  jinidiieed  in  wiaiiii;:, 
the  rtlliMU-threiulu  r\'tnrnod  at  the  iiliU.  *>  a*  to  pnMliwe  a  Helvaiie 
at  each  •td»  itaid  ulita,  hnt  extendint;  from  etlge  to  oitj;je  hptweoit 
lutiil  clit*.  and  naid  irtrii*  intnwluewl  at  or  near  the  rear  ed^w  of 
the  eorwa,  w  and  for  the  piir|><Me  )i(KM.i(ietl 

220,802.  CARVIM8  FORI,  Calvii  L  Butler  Gr^»«fl«U. 
iiiiKior  t»  Jtka  KliMll  C«tl«ry  C«ap«tr  Turner  1  F»ll., 
■  kit.      Fll«4   }»l    7,  IMO. 


Clatwt, — The  •liirt  ,\.  ha»  lu^t  it«  baek  or  front  [>*rt  onattaiheil 
to  loare  a  traiMvenu  oihihiib  itt  the  shoaldera,  in  couibiuation 
with  the  «)TerinK-]rokei«  h,  formed  and  arrmnKed  to  operate  Rub- 
■tantiallv  an  .^nd  for  tin   pur^Nwc  detM-ribcd. 

229.808      CARUINO     lACHINE.      Aiutiai  W    Dlil,  Tan 

tno    iRii  .  milgnor  of   oia  kilf  of  kii  rtfkt  to  Ltwli  Ltirj, 

<»mf  pUee        Fll«d  J«»«  30     1 8 7«.  

■     ••        '                ^^"^       *\ 
a  \ 

y 


CUm^ — In  i-ouihiiialion  with  a  earv inn  fork   haviiit:  a  xhoul 
der  formed  iHi   itii  iiliAnk,  a  hintri-d  xuanl   hnim  hiiii:  "pon  >-m\\ 
Hide  i.f  the  nhank  and  pnividwl  with  a  »|iriiii;  toiv^Mie  whiili  forma 
a  |inrt   tlien^if  and  work*  in  (■•Mineolion  with  s.iid   shoulder,  niib- 
Mtantiall)  aa  ihw  rilx><l,  for  the  piir|NMe  nn'Ciliwl. 

229.803.      lODK   OF    PRfPARUfi   DRAIN    *>■      FOR   GRIHn 
IN8       Lrwu   S    CmciiRlTlR,  i«r«ey  City    N    J        Fil»4   8«pt 
IS    187) 
f  Vniai.— The  prooaa  herein  tixvilie.!  of  [irci>arin«  wheat  and 
other  wn-aK  r..ni.iiitin«  in  hullin){  the  drain  in  a  iiioiHt  condition, 
heating  the  irraiii  to  a  tennH-nUiire  mitlioM-nt  to  vxp<l  the  moiRtiin-. 
appltini.'  a  MU-nuni  to  ihurt.iiirlily  dry  the  uraiii,  and   then   >:i"iml 
\x\g  or  onu  kinj;  Riieh  grain,  itulMititiitiall«  aa  i<t  f'oilh. 


ri«i«.  — The  combination,  with  the  frame  of  the  canlinn 
iiiarhiiu:  havini:  the  eiirved  unidiw  I)  1)  ,  of  the  ilidinK  rod  (',  in- 
dep«>«deni  ttat*  B,  «pir»l  Rprinj,-*  K,  encinling  the  nxU,  and  » 
iwri<«  of  indcjicndent  til>r>Mi«  elaatie  wi|>erH,  earh  applied  U>  a  n«l 
on  the  outer  side  of  the  guide  D  and  iHHUrod  in  place  by  a  cup 
pmcc.  whondiv  «a<  h  wi|>cr  may  \w  «i|iiiraUdy  detached  without 
removinu  the  others,  anb«Untially  aa  deacribed,  and  for  the  jwr- 


JLLV      1^,      18S0. 


r.   S.   P;VrFNT  OFFICE. 


69 


220,800.      DKHTAL    PLUGOKR       AuiXiUDli    IcB    Dl»iiM, 

Pkllidtlpkli,  P»       FiUd   Jn«    •     !•'» 


Vlavm. — 1.  In  a  pluctriny  inatninient  for  dentiil  puriKmo,  a 
fMlpriHatini;  plunirer  or  phiif^T'T  "haft  with  coineal  «lia|H-.l  end  ■•! 
berrleil  nidii<  extending  Invoiid  the  eauiiiK.  in  i<mibinatlim  with 
two  or  more  external  Hat  upriiiBi'  :»<lju«te<l  t-i  Uar  aKainM  the  \*\ 
eled  Mdtitof  the  plunper  an.l  wrMiii;  a*  the  sob  nieiin»  of  eaa»inn 
a  re^erNC  or  Uwkwanl  motion  of  the  piling''''  aflei  the  ciiipletion 
of  each  forward  inoTemeiit, 

2  III  a  ineehftnieal  pln^'piiK  inKlriiiiuiil  f'O  diiit.il  piir]><*i'« 
in  whi<li  the  jKniil  i«  op<-n«led  \<\  imnnx  of  :i  plunder  drneii  hy 
cam-1itt;!<  on  a  roUUiiiK  spindle,  the  nu^'lianimii  <leii.ribitl,  <oni>mt 
ln>f  of  the  flat  npiiiii;  K,  pni\  ided  with  w»Hlne-«hRiM<l  projiitiona 
nt  itx  up|Mr  end,  on  the  inner  Kide  th.rf.pr,  ai^^juxUxl  op|>o«ltc  an 
o|Hniii(.'  Ill  the  caaing  of  the  iiiNtniment,  in  order  that  when  "aid 
ii|iniiL'.  with  ita  |irojoctioiii«.  m  pn^wMvl  thnm^h  naid  0|>eiilil(!  and 
a;.'uiiiHl  Kiiitalile  indenlKtioll^  in  the  pliineer.  the  latter  will  he 
rai>«'<l  out  of  the  rejuh  of  lh<  earn  Intrv  of  the  ipindie  and  the 
action  of  the  inatruiuent  Rtop|«d  williout  stojiping  or  dimimntxt- 
liiy  IIh  engine.  


229,810.      CLAY     TEMPERINO    MAi'filVE 
Chioigo.  111.      Filed  Asg    J3.  I8TJ 


Wmi   L    DRtii 


iSUvim-  —  1.  In  a  horiwmUl  ilay  temi>ennK  niachine.  thecuiu- 
hination  and  arraiigeinent  of  tin  eone«\T  knives  with  the  iihafi 
and  ionea\e  auger.  oj>er»ling  RuUtantiallv  a*  and  f'lr  the  puriwww 
R]>et'itied 

2.  Within  the  Ixix  of  »  horizontal  cla\  temiwring  iii.iel/iiie, 
concav*  knivee  arran^  spirally  U|>on  a  ^haft.  S"  .is  to  re\r.he 
toward  their  wncave  surfiu^ta  and  forct'  the  .  Iii,>  toward  the  shaf^ 
and  at  the  same  time  horiaonully  along  and  from  the  ts.x 

;?,  Ill  combination  with  the  die  plate  17,  tlo  mm'ii  (7  ,  proMde<l 
with  Rteel  wii\!S,  arnmge*!  sul«Htauti»lly  as  and  tor  tin  pnqnno^ 
S|>oeifu<d. 

"  T. 


229,811        LIMEKILN 
FlUd   lay  17    1180 


RoiiRT  DeiLor 
<Ni>  Bodil  ) 


;ta«iTtlli     N. 


Claim..  — \.  The  combination  of  the  kiln-chamber  A.  pniTided 
with  the  [Mirtition  B.  the  ilide  K.  and  the  diaiharge  ojieniagR  D  1>  , 
sulwlaiitially  in  the  manner  dewriU-d  and  shown 

'i  The  coinhination  of  the  kiln  chaml>er  .V.  pniMded  with 
the  lire-arc  he*  K  K.  the  partition  B.  1  vtflnded  ab^)^  e  the  fir»-arche». 
the  slide  K,  and  dim  harge-opeiiiii(pi  U  1)  ,  subaUntially  as  set  forth 
and  shown. 

:j.  The  combination,  with  the  vertioal  kiln-chamber  A.  of  the 
partition  B.  slide  K.  discharge  openinics  1)  I)  .  fnniaccs  F.  and 
Idower  pipe  <i.  substantially  a«  set  forth  and  shown. 

229,812.  lAOAElNB  FIBR  A»I  Wuiu«  H  Elliot  Kiw 
York.  N  T.  Fllsd  Apr  10,1180  (MsBiisl.) 
C'i/iia*.  — 1.  In  a  magasine  fire-ann,  the  oombination.  with  a 
double  fnbnlar  maKaxtne  pnn  ided  with  inde|<«n<ient  p*rtrid>re  pn>- 
jielling  devieea,  of  the  revolving  foed-ejlinders  a  ,  provided  with 
the  nc.t»ht»  or  nn-esses  r  and  ratchet  N,  rotating  in  suit«l>le  li««r 
ings  on  the  nveiver  over  the  magajdne,  and  the  pawl  m,  actuate*! 
by  lever  1,  whieh  is  pivolo<l  to  the  receiver,  and  proj<<ct*  at  its 
upi>er  end  into  gnMive  r  in  the  l>olt  r,  all  arran((pd  and  operating 
subftAiitially  as  dcscrilictl. 

2.  In  a  magazine  fire  arm,  the  e.tinbination.  willi  a  double 
Inbnlar  imigazine  jmiv  ide<l  with  lmle]siident  carlridgi-  proiH-lling 
devii'en,  of  the  revolving  fe«l-<  ylinders  11  ,  provided  with  the  re- 
.-esww  r  .  ratchet  s,  rotJiting  in  suitable  l»wiring»  on   the   riHiciver, 


the  (Htwl  w,  Ifcver  I.  and   Ixilt  r.  tl.i    «inii    n-"i-«.>.  in  !1h    (     i;ii.i>rs 

be.ing  arrangi-iJ   hi  n-iatmn  tu  the  mli  loM  a^  »!,'  » i!  .^u.:  lii-w  riix--!. 

wherein  tlif  tartridgi*  an'  n'R^si-il  aileriiali  1>   lr"ii!  int.  'u's   .if 

the  inag.i/im  .  u»  s|s-citie<l 

W  111  a  iHii4;;w.iiie  fire  arm,  the  ■■oii.lmmtion,  with  a  iloctl.ie 
tiilinl.ii  iii.iu.izine  priiMded  with  indi  pemieiit  i»i-tndge-pn>|K>lling 
<bM.'.».  ..I  ihe  revching  f.-tnie^  linden.  «  .  rati  het  «.  lolating  in 
iM-srinc  '•♦I  the  n-oen  ei  o>er  the  iiiaga/inr  and  spring  m  saui 
UMmii.;-  iK-ing  ehinguied  diagon»il\  iKvikward.  a«  »li>t>iii  .imi  di - 
Nirilsil  >- I.,  rebv  tin  c\  liiujei-s  at-e  allow  »^1  to  iiio\e  outward  from 
the  mata/iiie-tuU's  t/i  make  r-snu  for  the  lartndge  Imad.-  to  paw- 
tliem.  a*  hi*-,  ificd. 

4.  Ill  a  inaga/me  fire-arm,  the  xnobination.  wilk  a  tubuiut 
loagaiiin  pnividi-il  with  the  usual  lairlridge-pn. polling  devices,  ol 
the  earner  ».  pivoted  to  the  receiver  and  provided  with  projection 
V,  of  the  spring  *  and  stop  «■  on  tbe  rw-eiver,  Ihe  baring  in 
SHid  earner  for  the  pivot  l»emg  eloiigaH>d.  as  shown  and  deecriliwt, 
whereby  the  earner  nia>  Is-  remo\ed  fnmi  l^fore  the  maj!5a/,ine, 
►ubstantialh  a.«  and  for  the  purixsw  i.|H«itievi 

'^.  liiatire-anu  having  a  longilu<liiially-re<  iprixatiiif  Isd' 
the  combination  .therewith  of  the  eon  d,  iiisert«id  111  lU  forward 
end,  s.aid  e<ire  having  the  extractor  with  lU  spring  and  the  ejectoi 
bedde<l  therein,  and  all  fastened  in  the  end  of  the  l»<dl  by  fasten 
in;;  the  eore,  tubstantially  as  shown  ami  described 

6.  In  a  ftre-arm,  a  b<dt  provnlod  with  a  gnsive,  r  ,  and  a  core. 
d.  in»»rt*l  in  il»  forward  end.  said  eore  liH>ing  a  (larallel  re< .«. 
or  cut,  $  .  thniugh  its  entire  length  lU  eontiniiation  of  gns-M-  r  ', 
and  a  unias  receas  or  tut,  ,»  ,  in  eoiiibinalioii  with   tln<  ejector  rf". 

I  provided  with  arms  i  ,  wher«b>  the  uje<t<ir  is  fasttoieil  in  ihe  end 
of  the  h.dl  and  its  movemeiil»  liuiil«l.  sulsttantially  as  shown  aud 
i  describeii. 

7.  In  a  fire-arm.  a  Ixdt  having  a  longitudinal  ui'i\ement  in  a 
line  With  the  liarrel.  and  provided  with  a  core,  (f .  insert«l  in  iu 
forward  eqd,  lald  ••ore  having  a  |iarallel  reeeas,  if  .  and  a  rnies 
receaa,  j  .  in  eoinhination  with  the  extracUir  ^.  proMded  wilh 
arms  7  .  and  spring  i'  .whereby  said  extnuUir  is  lield  in  pl»<c 
within  the   Im>1i.  and  is   fnmisheii  wilh  a   fulcrnm.  U|s.ii  who  h  it 

1  tills  in  nding  over  the  head  of  a  cartridge,  suljalaiilially  as  ajKici- 
fied 

H  In  a  magazine  fire -ami,  in  combination  with  a  bolt.  t. 
yiroTidwl  wiUi  lips  .*,  the  extractor  f,  with  iU  spnng  i  ,  and  the 
ejector  t  .  pnivided  with  the  lip  i  .  whereby  the  cartridp^-head 
IS  held  up  to  the  b«>k  of  the  extractor  after  it  has  Iwn  fon*d  by 
the  ejes-tor  away  fW»«u  the  lij)*  on  the  Iwilt,  sulwtaMlially  as  and 
for  the  purpoee  specified 

9    In  a  mngaxine   fire-arm   havliic  »  re<-ipn>catinc  and  oecil 
Isting  bolt  providetl  with  gnwive  r    and  cam  r      in  Ihe  rear  end  of 
said  grooTe,  and   in  omihination  therewith,  the  ft<eid  lever  1,  piv- 
oted U>  the  r«ieiTer-|»aw!  m,  and  tli*  rat*  bet.  and  ft-e.!  e»  lindem  a 

'  and  a  .  rotating  in  Ifaarinfa  over  the  ma^THzine.  o|>eratini;  MilmUn 
tially  as  deecriliei.  whereby   that    movement  of  the    l«dl    wliuh 

'  pre|>ares  a  foed-cylinder  to  reh»se  a  cartridge  fnnii  the  ina^Mjiine 
is.urs  after  the  iMs.k  of  the  extrsetor  hiui  graaiMfl  the  slnll  of  the 
preceding  canndgr,  as  and  for  the  puqsiec  Riwitiod 

10  III  .1  (\n'-anii  haviiii.-  ;i  n  i  ipriMiitinu  and  i»i<  ill.ilmj  '"dl 
pnivnleil  with  the  hammer  <  nlNiiindiiii.'  rlei  ii  e«  c  ioi-i-Iiiil:  of 
w  ash(  rs  r  .mil  r   ,  and  the  s«'>  eral  ■.hoiihlers  "  itliin  Ihe  Isill.  ;;n«'ve, 

;  .M  <'uiii  A    .  and  recoss  e  ,  and  in  (■••iiihiualioii  thenwilh  liml'iiii- 


TO 


oFMciAi.  (;.\/F;ni 


ytiY  13,  1880. 


Iilcr»',  ritfidlx  frwUni'v!  tn  tlw  liHiiiiin-r,  hikI  (irmiiliil  »illi  piii  r'". 
ami  M-nri  .  pn.  ■!.■<!  t..  il-i-  rtM'ix-r.  «Im  n  \<\  lli.-  »i.ii  |.ni  i«  <  irn.^l 
tr..iii  tlH>  n  l».nii.lf«l  (-wilioii  u<  llic  ri-  CM  "  ,  •.iil.»l;.iiti.ill\  ■>'•  mil 
fur  till-  M'M-ntl  |iiiii"««'ii  «iw<iti<-<i. 

II      li  »  riri-  ariii  li;»wiii;  :«  rfwipriN-niuii.'  unit    .im  illiitun;  imlt 

pn.M.I.-.!    «itli   a  -aiu,  T   .  ..li    lU    r.-.ir   rml     itul    m    ■ il.iiiatioii 

111.  n-»  Jill,  III'  t.iiiiiil<M  »  ,  riKKil)  fwil.'m-.l  t<.  llir  li»iiim<r  nii.l  pnv 
\i.I(m1  «a).  |iiii  IT  »iiil  tlK-  iMunl  ii.iU  lii«.  rtiiil  >«-"i  «  .  pn.iK-i  to 
III.  nxrixT  «.n.l  i>»rU  W-iiiK  "mi  arrniued  ami  i>iM-nttiiii!  tli.it  tlir 
«iii-  .li^%il  !-•  .•ntir.-iv  r.li.ncl  (if  til.'  |iri-w.iirpi.ftli'  mu.lil.i  v»!iil». 
111.-  I.K  k  i»  111  ilic  .-.«  ki-«l  |»ii«ili..M,  «lif'-rl'\  ill.-  H.-.ir  I1.1--  I  «'.  "11.1 
i-li.tlM-*  >•<  iiiljiwt  iU4.lf.  »llllllInlHlall^    l*  'I" "I 

1:;     III    It    iimgHXiM.    Iiu-.ir I    r.-<  ij.r."  iiliii;:    1 

ImiII  pr.i\l.li-il  witli  ijri^n.  '  .  .am  r  .  an. I  i-.-- .  ■««  J- 
l>.imti..ii  fli.r.-»-.tti  III..'  ('.•<-.|  l.MT  I,  |ll^..I.•■l  t.'  ill'  n->>t\<i.  pnwl 
M.  r.ii.  l.-l  ».  ni'f  l'.-.-.l^-yliiul.-r»  H  .  niUlin:.'  ni  .■L.iiu' il'-'l  iH.ininjK 
«Ti>>»t;iir' :\IU  IS  aiw-rilMil.  wluri-ib;.  :i  lMi.k«:ir(l 
\„     i.\.        iM.<     |.;lul    M  nlloWlMl    til  IM-C<lllllll<KlntO    tllO 

i|m    .  \  liiiiliii  vsliiK    .  Ii.irL'iiiL'   till-  MiaiT.i- 


II. I     ..!..  lil.-ltHHf 

,    iini   III  .  .1111- 
i-i-i .  n  .1.  1 


229,816.      BOTTLE    STOPPER        Hicoiat    PtlTtRit.  B«rlli. 
Prittit.  Stratir       Filed  ian    22     IMO 


in-H- 


-  CInim — The  b«>ttli'-Hi<ni|M'i-  IhkIv  m,  linintr  mi  .mtniiU 
Isr  rim.  ft,  i>n  fnp,  anil  a  hott-m,  r.  IhI.iw.  lKi\iii;.'  .nu-  pUii 
ami  It  liol*.  or  i>|>eniiiK.  /,  I'litiTiiii;  tin-  Ixitlli-  ticivr  tin-  pUini-  i«iil.  .if 
tlic  Imtton,  111  i'<i(iib(iiati(iii  with  tlic  nilil«-r  pUt^-  (/,  o|h.iu-iI  runr 
iU  (filter  Ui  p)t.«i  .Hniuiui  IIk-  tiiitl.ni.  :tml  willi  -iiitalilf  iiifrbiiiili«iii 
fi»r  hoUlint;  the  iit<>|i|Kr  111  pliu<  .  siil.nl.uili.iil\  ;ii«  -.(hh  itii-J 


B«! 


Fi!«d 


N  mn    rill'l^ 

III".  '   111.  II'    "t 

Ui.  k\i  iril    111.' 
/nil 


.1 


K   .aJM-i  Iti.-'l 

1.1.  Ill  H  lire  arm,  a  r\.  i|.r.«-i»tiiiu  IhiIi  ..r  lin-.v  h  l.|.H-k  pro- 
viiliHl  Willi  III.  itr.oiM' (  .  mi.l  111  <-..iiiliiii.ni"ii  tlii-n-»  itli  tlif  <priltK 
/;  unpiMirti-il  u|H>ii  till  «iJ.-  .if  the  rf<«iM-r,  uml  tin-  i<iiiiie.ti<ui  i 
i»  i»..i  11  -111.1  IhiU  un.l  -pruiu.  worltiiitf  in  *>oi\  jfriHivc,  \vlnnl>y  iIk« 
i-.ii  1  iK-iiitf  ruUitw«I  li>  tin'  liiiml  id  iiiovwI  forvrnnl  w)  an  U> 
»li..rt.  II  till'  n««-«'iviii-'  .-li  .ill'"  r,  <iiS.il,iiiti:ill\  nn  iiii.l  f  tr  tlic  |mr- 
|Miw'  "iKM-iliril 

220,813      iviUM.;   k-ik   ii*ic,ni>    fiuo  tobacco      ii«i- 

tiLLUJ   J.  Fakbk*.  Ly«clibiiri;.   V»  .  amiKier  tt  •!•  k4lf  tt 
kli  rlRkt  to  Hirrnon  W    HolUy    «tB»  ylact.      Pil«<  Apr.  I*. 

nio      I  Mid*'  > 


229,816.      9DHT  PLOW       8»»««  ilrii 

Apr.  tl,  lilt.      (No  >oil«l  ) 

Jfriff. — By  the  lever  iiiniifrtoil  t..  tin-  pl..»  ttPHiii  .iiiipliim 

the  iixle  in  t«rn«d,  whieh  Ixilli  nti*-*  tin-  pl..v»  ami  Liweni  tlie  Ihii.1 

I  wliwl.     Tha  amt  *nd  fiHrt-lxiard  an-   iiiimiite.1   ii|>.'ii   mu    Imix  ..r 

sleeve  uikmi  tlie  nxle  aiul  the  tiwi;ne  ui"iii  aiintlirr,  Jii<|ien«iiii;  with 

niiv  otlier  fniliie-«>irk.      A  double  wiil>ff  111  the  luuplnij:  Miiiip.  ur 

levels  the  p 


I  'lillhi    —  !      I'll  in.ii  li'il 
ihr    niiiii'iiiil  I'.ii.   H  itli    :  h» 
I  III  ,ip|M».itiiiM  In  i-a.l 
.1  |.ii<ti>Ti  r.  tin-  ).- 
;li.    "K-ui  i(  "I  ihi 


aiiL 


ll,.   .han 
.mil  till    11 


!l,r  iii.iiHirai-liir.-.ifi'lUL'  tiilwtxio, 
111    I-    111. I    tin-    pl.--^  f    IllM.I   >l.  iir- 
t   llii    lil'tiiit'  l<  \<-r  m.  Ii\i'<l  to 
.  1  i»  .  tiili  luiii.  (I  lit  m'  Ii>  Ihi-  fnuiii-  II, 
prt*i««-i  '/  !iv.->l  'l.cri-t.>,  th'    '■ -i     ,  ■  011- 


pHl'.ll 

,  '.111.  I 


11. 1  till 


f  Hi.-   leN.-i-K  m  iin.l  im  .    in.l  tlio  liiiku  ;.  iiiiJ  /»', 
1  .  11. U  lit. I.  h.  tl  t..  r'l.  .  ii.l-  <iC  llie  lexern  m  ami 

'U.I.-  p!^..^l.l  to  fill-  h.iiiil  Itvi-r  u  oil  njuxwile 
till'  rum  "  .  »iit«lai.lKi!l> 


-II. !> 
r  ili-ii 


ih. 


IHiw.-*.  M:t 


111  111. I  Mil 
.1.1.  r  I.I  t'l 
I'Tlli 

I     In    I  111,11  li'iii    fur  Hinkiiiu  pliU  U»lia<  •  ■'.  In*  I"-'    1  pi-li'ii. '■- 
itml  !»  pnwwT  hen.1,  d.  pn.M.I.-<l  ^vltll    H|»«   01    H;ihl'i*   '' .    irniiiL'.-il 
..t    (),,.  ,,.-,.».  Iku  ,.  »iip|>.ir1o.l  ill  til.-  fraiiM-  "  Ih  t«,-.-ii  lli< 
1.1  '...«.-   u.  kii.l  proMilixl  with  th.-  Il.-vilile  liar«  '',  li.i> 


.!.- 


lU 


pij.t.111 

niii  (ill-  pr..)iN-ti.iiiv7  »ii«<  mil^funl  in' liii'-<l  lil*  .'/  ""  ''"""  "IM"'"' 
,Mi.l»an.l  111.  :i.»'k.-il  .•mU'i  on  Hi'ir  l..«»-r  .mkIh,  aii<!  th.-  f.-.-.l  l".\  *. 
hav  iiiiT  an  o|»-ii  lo|'  ami  iHiltoiii  ami  iinnul.-i!  with  hvli:.-«  i  ,  all  ar 
ruiu.-.l  t<i-ii«-rat.-  ...I'.iUiitialls  .i,«  .iii.l  forth.-  pur.KW.-*  vt  forth 


Claim.— I.  The  *.xle  H,  haMii-  urn  hum  unci'- '-r '-niiik,  to 
whit  li  the  phiw  K  in  att*«lie<l,  ami  a  sli-M'.-r  .nii;h'  or  .rank  i-jin  > 
iiitf  the  lftna«iile-wli.><-l.  the  axh-  H  Ikmiiu  Im-iiI  mi.l  nini«trui-t4Hl  in 
one  piwe,  in  the  fonii  shown  am!  ilem  riln-il.  wlii-i-eiH,  in  tlii.i  l><- 
cnliitr  fonii  of  loiwtriu-lioii  ami  arnui^'i  im-ut  of  the  aih-.  tin  plow 
iiiayU)  niiMxl  and  Iho  Uunl  wImh-I  him  n-.l  In  •liuhtlj  roli\tinu  tlu- 
axh-  hv  iiienii»  of  the  Kvi-r  K,  »uli«tautiall\  as  shown  ami  herein 
]iui'ti(  iiUrl\  ii(>et.itiud, 

■i  The  Imu  mill  rlij.  II  haiiii..'  lli.  .h.wnwaiill.N  proj.vtiiii; 
anil,  111  1  ouiliination  with  tin-  liar  <i.  h-w-r  K,  ami  mUhol  K,  »ah 
•l.kiiUally  aa  and  for  the  pnrj>.>«-  wt  forth 

3.  The  plow  an'l  Ih-»iii  K,  with  tin-  axh-  U  ami  ;vlie<.l»  .\.  to 
tilt-  I'-iii;  ani.''-  '^  rank  -.'.  whi.-li  axh-  the  plow  l>eiiin  K  i«  jonr 
iiait-tt  iiii'l  V-  iir..'.  I  ^  iii.-aio.  of  tht-  Imix  ami  ilip  H.  in  t-oiiililiia 
tioii  with  rii.  .V  .ii."  I  i..«ii«anll.  proj.-t  tiiii;  arm  .if  thr  h.ix  ami 
rli]!  H,  i.ai  ii  1.  vir  K,  ami  r-.itt  liet  K  «iil>«Untmll>  a»  ami  lor  tlf- 
(iurj».».    (it-r.-iiil"-fore  partit  nlarli   dt*  riln-il 


229814 


I  ?  T ;  <i  !"•  i  A  0  K       H    H  *  n 
li     'tin       I  N  0  m  .1  (I «  , 


K    PmiiiM    Cl»»»i««ii    Oiii-i 


iiiiiiiiale'l 


-1     .\  lifting:  jw  k  pro^i^le<l  with  a  lifliiiir-han  liaviiit 
terew  thre-.nl.  in  i-tiiiilimation  with  »  mil  »!.■•<'   liavi'iu' 

a  iiiiiliUletl  •i-r.-w  thr^a.l,  whwr^hx  lh>'  iiat  tan  Iw  niatle  I iiraif' 

with  itml  !«■  .li.eni{*«t<.l  fn.iu  lh«  iiflinK-ihaft,  »ul»«anti»Ih  an  an. I 
for  the  |mr)ii«i.-  •H.iwn 

1  In  It  liftiu(-jMk,  \kt  nomkination  of  the  liftin;;  ah-tn  U, 
pr<>Ti4«l  with  a  ii>«dkrf«d  ior«w-tlir«a4.  nut  (\  »U«i  proridwl  with 
a  •natiUlwl  •rr»w-lbr«U.  and  tha  aat  V.  a<Upt«d  to  torn  u|h.ii  the 
■baft  K  and  aapfwl  Mm  w«4flit  tli«r*.B  Wy  reatinj  ii|hiii  tht  aUiiH 
ar>l  A.  laWlttHtialty  aa  aa4  fin-  tka  |»ar|><iw>  ahown 

S     .V  li*iu|rja«'k   pniviJad  witk  a  lif\inf  ahaft   ha^ii 
llliM*.l   aora^-  tlira.td,  lubatantmlh   aa  anil  for  lht>  t>uii~>«< 


>;  a  mil 
*li'ii»ii. 


229,817.    lAKDPAiT' R>:  I'K  v  .i.i.AHizEn  India  rubber 

PRODDCTS        Hi»«'     GiMiicii     Nfw  Tirk     N     T   ,  aiiigiar    t.i 

HttratBoU  Iiaafac'.c  r,if  C-iapau*  «»■•    plaot        filfJ    lay 
l».  ISIO.      (Spaela«a>.  1 

('l4tiiH. — TIm5   iiiixtiiri',  r."t-iiililiii','  imlm   riililx-r.  hen-in    ilt 

■K-iilx^I,  toii«i»lin)f  of  apiiropnate    pari*  .if    imlia  nilil»-r  or  other 

liHiii,   i-aiiiphtir,  »n«l    rtoiir   mi, nit-    from  tin-   wetl    'if   ajfrii-ultural 
(;«'riim,  nn  wt  forth 

229,818        CORE  COTTINQ    ■ACHINE       Aii»a«w    Ooiriiam* 

aid     Alkkt      On^Tx:,-!!,     r:,,,,,ati     Ofcio        tal*    Atdrt» 

(,«.lxia»i.r   .,-n-..-,-   •      <i.-i   A   sifri   iJoitiiaK«r       Filed   lar 

i  7     I  Si|6        'No  aode! 

'  l,tim—\     In  a  fork  .  iittiim  mat  hiii.-.  the  t-.iiiil>in»tit>ii,  »uh 

.UiilmlU   a.    l«-l'or.     -"1    l--"i'.  "I    ih.    ..irk  .  .-iitfriiiK   antl   turuiiic 

il.-M.e.  am!    the   .  iillliiy  t.-,l    ....i.|«*tl  of  a  ,-ntUiitf  l.h«le  au.1  a 

,  leaniiK  hiait    arraiiir'-tl  m  ■  lo»t-  eoilUtt  with  eat  h  other 

■J    Th.-  .  .iiiilimation,  miUtJUitiHllv  -w   kef.in-  ih-I  f.irtli. 
tixi^j    Mittiiic-tt>ol.   Ihf    l,.,n/,onlnlly   vl.juatakk-    utamlanl 
frame  U.  iiiounUKl  on  a.-vi.l  tiantUrtl,  llio  alitlMu:  .  rank  »pi mile  H, 
Mid  ravoIriiiK  atep  1    inoiiiit.-.i  m  '«i'l  frHim- 
,1,    Tb«  WMuhi'ii.M nlwlautiallx 


of   till 
K.    th. 


it,,,-,-  „  t   forth,  of  tin 


jl'LV      I?,     1880. 


I.  iS.  FATKNT  OFFICE. 


t-uttiii;:  tool,  tin-  ,iaii.lanl  K.  tin-  t^eiiteriiic-fraiiie  (i.  ami  Hpimll 

11  .iri.l   I.  th.    framt   <i  lieiliv    hniii;    in  Hlamlanl    K  U-twit-n  lu::^    /      '^^  .:*V.     .'/.'.-//.\'7/^7.'. 
anil    1  .  ami  .iiljiiittaMi-  to  hriiiy   iht-  a\i>  of  it^  .t-iit.  rum  «piii.lhf    I'  mi^^mm 

It  :iii\   il.^in-.l  an:;!.-  to  tin   t-llHiil;;-ttHil 

(,    111  a  rork-t  iittiim  mat-him-  of  th.    .  liinutii  .l.-M-riU.l.  th 


collihinatiuu  "I  nilatiiiL'  xpimlh  1.  ioIhIiiil'  ami  .Inline'  npimlU-  H. 
Ifvt-r  M,  i-oiiiift  t.-tl  1.1  tht-  .Hlnliiiif  Kpimlh  .  ami  tin-  tn-atllt  ami 
wpriiiL'  a.laptttl  l.i  eli-vatt  ami  l..w.-r  tin  Kpimlh-  hn  ili.  piiri-w.  ol 
f:r!U«piliu  1111.1  r.-hMi*liii:  th'    'ork  liliuik.  sii!>st;intiall>  a,"  iik-.  iCu-.l 

,')    III  11  I  ork  (iitliiii:  111.11  him,  ihi-  riitliin:  t."-)  .\  H.  Iht-  lion    [ 
/ontallv      i.ljii.-tl.ihl'     vl.ii.'i.iK'i     I.    ■iiiii     iinir|"  li.h-iillv     ail.liiittiilili- 
N|iiinllt--(-arr\  uii:  lniiiii- <  i.  in  .  lUiiiiimili.'ii  with  tht  lotaiiin  i«|iimllt- 
1,  the  i-oUilin;;  ami   sluliiiu   -|,iii.ll.    H,  am!   the  lever,  apriii«.  ami  , 
li-oatllt- lor  .-le>atniL'  or  .h-pn»*iim   lln    slnlin.,   spimllo.  snV»Un 
li.ilh  ,11  III  ri-inlit-l'or.    m-i  f.irth 


229,822       fiASt.    PLOW 

F I ! »«  A  li  It    If    ;  s : « 


229.819       MANI-FACTUKK    'iF    (ilOVirs 
,,ail    Am*.     >      Fo^'raA-f.      Pn--'      FmB' 

1S7S 


;,  t  -    R    <*  F,  »  m  1 II 
K.ltd     NaT,    17. 


(Iinm.  —  \  (tI"""'  iiiftth'  !v<  ^liowii  ami  dfiwrilxsl  -that  la,  froMi 
Ih.  hiaiik  cut  of  the  pattern  ahown  in  Fij-  1  ami  li.Tvinc  the  lower 
part  of  it*  twii  siile*  int  away  to  form  the  lower  U-riuinua  tif  tln- 
imiting  iMU-k  Heniii  at  .a  |»oint  aUive  the  lower  e<l;re  of  tli«-  wrial 
pii.«-t-,  where  the  iiau.-vl  oniamenlal  luuk  (tlitehiin:  emla.  ami  with 
tin-  wriat  pieet  >■  h  d  appln-i!  tht-rott..  .u.  .tht. w  11.  the  part  i  eon 
iiot-tini;  with  lilt-  l^xly  of  tin-  cl'Ht-  at  iht  |wiiil  w  In-r*  tht-  Isuk 
seam  eiuU 

229,820,      PIANO  FORTF        JoHi-    n.iii.»««i     N-»   Turk     N    T 
ai.ilfiior    to    H.rdaii     (mw     M    *    P'tk     «»■»    rl*"       f-'"' 
Apr,  21.  USO.      'No  atd*!    > 


Cknm. — 1,  In  (combination  with  a  l^iloacopic  .iilr.  .\  \  .and 
plowa,  a  telaocopic  bar.  A  .  ntlapUvl  U<  he  raiatni  anti  loweriMl  It. 
allow  tlie  plowa  to  riae  anil  lowei  ami  to  adjnat  tbcir  depth  of 
phiwtni;.  M  and  for  the  pnrptww  ap<v-ifi«Ml 

2.  In  eombination  with  the  teleor4>pic  biira  \  S  and  tin 
pUiwa.  the  l«ar  A    .  a<ljaiit»bl_i   aoeured  t<i  the  l>ar»  A    .K     hy  yoke 

id  alidinp  plat*  r  .  auhalantially  a*  and  fur  the  imrjx*.  nixvi 


(:lnim.—\  \  metal  plate  <Mit  away,  a*  aet  forth,  tt.  til  aronnd 
the  iHiat  for  the  iwvil  and  aetion  of  the  (icdal  levera,  am  h  pliiU' 
Iwinc  aocnnti  apiiiiat  the  liafH-  or  lyn  of  a  piano  forlu,  iiut»lan 
lially  .-u"  and  in  the  manner  aet  forth, 

•1.  The  rfimbiiiataoii  of  a  guani  plate,  f.  a*  dewriU-d.  »««tnn-ti 
to  the  liaiM- or  lyre  .if  a  piano  forte,  with  tin  lever  jwiaU  h  ami 
h-vera  rf,  Hnlwtauti&lly  a*  and  f<ir  iln-  puqKiw  m-\  forth 


230,821.     EN8INE  FOR  COIPRESSlNIi  AIR       g»i»  «!•»  R  1 1- 1, 

Saitk  Narwalk.C.ii       Fil.d  Apr    I    US*       <  N.  aed.!   ' 
«'{•«■».  — In  twiihinalion  with   an   air ftmipreiwini:  enitim,  a 
n-tnrii   pii>e  or  eondnit   ami   rftnilatiiiK  v.klve.  for  t-timlmliiii:  aii» 
aurpliia  of  air  fmm    the  re<-ei>er   nit«.   Ih'    •«l''aiii  paHiciiro-,  a*   ami 
for  the  purjHiiMw  liert-llilK  ftjri  i«-l  forth 


.H,  III  eombinatii>n  with  tin-  lM»ni  .V  ,\  and  luljoatahlf  bar 
the  hollow  ahaf*  K.  hax  iliB  piniona//  ami  end  n  o(  the  liar 
haring  jnnion   f  .  aubatantially  aa  an<i  for  th.    pnr|«iii<   litj■»^.  1 


H  a 

tied 

A' 

A". 

fied 

4     The   (-|iit<htti    »lee\e    1    and    i-oni    I    ,  Ml    ■  t.iii  liiiialioii  with 
the  i-liilehe<l  end  a    of  the  imr  ,\    ,  and  with  pinion    /'     am!  «haf\ 
K.  hav.ni:   piiiioua/f.  and   ahaft   d     havinc   pinnn.    F,  «ul«Un 
liallv  as  dwtcnliod,  and  for  the  )inr}»o<ie  ajK^iliwl, 

.'1,  In  etimhination  with  the  hinpwl  laun  l'  1'  ^  ><  .  fne"l 
blot  k  p  .  and  plow»  L  and  <)  the  link  P  ,  aubataiitially  u»  antI 
for  tht  pnrpoae  »|>ociHnd 

6.  In  eoiii  hi  nation  with  a  plaU-.  K  .  hin|r«»i  t«i  tin  nhaft  K. 
thr  yoke  K  and  Iwiam  /.  eoiimv-tod  aiibaUuitiallj  a>  .ind  for  th«- 
piir]><>f«*  i>]>t-<"ified 

7     111  eoniblnation  will,    the  ahaft    K.  yokr  K   ,  l«e.ini   '.  and 

plat4>  K  ,  the  atandard  h  and  pord  W  .  for  adjaaline  depiu  of  phiw 

I  ing.  anlmUntinlly  aa  and  for  tli«  parfMiw  apoeitied 

1  H    The   lexer  M.  Udt  m.  and   eord   M   ,  in   etimhination  with 

the  iMir  A     .  blork  .1.  and  ahaft  K,  to  whieh  the  plow  I.  li  attaoJieti. 

iiilaiuntially  aa  and  for  tin   piin»>»e  afxxiftetl 

9,  The  lever  M  and  pawl  m  .  in  ooiobiBatmn  with  the  «loe\a 
N  having  not<-h»d  duk  a,  and  wiUi  the  ahafl  K,  aulMUUltuiO  "• 
and  for  the  pnrptm-  ajioeiS^d  '■"  "'■'  -i" 

10  Thr  detent  »  ,  in  euiiiUi nation  with  the  alnriTe  K.  notrhfid 
di«k  ...  pawl  h-ver  M,  hh- k  v  link  ♦'  .  h.-u»  1'  1'  ;■  ;'  .  ai"t 
|i|,.v>   (I    'k»  ami  f.ir  th.    |M;'i»»e  il.'a.  'lU-n, 


V 


OF'FK^IAL    r.AZKTTR 


JULV      13,     1H80. 


.111.1  L.iii.ili/.rr  li.ii    >,  "ulj-tiHitLilu    i»    iii'l   l"r  tlir   piir|»wM    -.i" .  1  .       ,    ,  .,  .  ,      ,      ,      ,      , 

.    .  .  Ii.hmk-Im  .>r  .lifTi'n-iit  i!.-i|>ticitu-s.  .'itlriT  .ir   IhiIIi  nf  win.  Ii  imiv  1>. 

1-'    T!„    r.^U  i}    m  .■om!.in:.t...M  w.tl,    ,.1 i...   <>   Mu\  ^A  '-'••""(,'''<  •"«'  ^ti-ll"".  !«  domrilKNl,  iu   ,  .„„1,m.,J.....   «,tl,   ll..    .l.n 

,„.M.,i,    1,    .^    \      ,,r  ^    '.„'  |.l,.w     i-.ni.l  f.,r  !l„    iHir,-*    ,,Kvili«l.  ;   i"«-<-li«im  «"<1  lllUTrliuiip-4ible  Hpr.H  k.t  » h.i'l,  .>(  .litf.nut  .li.iii.. - 

l.t     1„   .  ....„  '  1.I..VV,  ,«,  .ll.it.uu'  ar.n  l.ar»  <   <      ni   ...n,l..M..  "•"  <»l   H"-  <ln»iMK  and  awtril.ut.-r  wl...  I   »l,..a-.  f..r  .!,...,«».;.  ..r 

I..-,  «,th  a  .l,uf>  i«r.  S.  ,u..l  xrilh    1   pl..^.  L,  .,x,.l   1..  tl,.-  «l.,vl  r,  ^fula.ii.K  tl.c  .j.uuitity  of  *hxJ   U.*  I,...x-.-.1.   .Milwuu,ti:.ll>  ii*  .lo 

tr;nii.-    &II.I   .1   ni.iH.  (),  .-.uni.TtiNl   will.   III.    111.."   I,,  -nl.^tauti.ilh  •" 'il**!. 

,,        ,  ,      ,  X   Til"  ilduldc  .ImnbiiliT  i-.>miMmi-.i  ..I' the  iiuiiiii.'  i>ltttti<  1)  1> 

:i«  lii'l  r.M-  ll..'  i.iiriMBk'  <)M«  ili.'.l  '  _         ■ 


11      111    .1   _MiiL'  |'l»'>v,  .1    |.|iiv»,   1,.  hinj.-.!    1"  til.'  .i>;l.'  iir  wIh»1 
rniiiii'.  ,111.1  \  \'\'<\y.  < '.  .•..nil.'.  Ii'.l  «itli  ili.    i>!.."    I.  !i\   imiijod  c«iii 


mikI   tint  tl.iiilili-  mIki'I  C,  the  r.iniur    liu%  iiiu  ril>  if  tilting  iit;HiiiMt 
the  uiilr  III'  tlic  (livi.liny  ril.  <iii  tin-  «  lu.-l.  ■.ulmtuiiliallv  ;w  ilowrilxil 


,...t.,.,M.   r  1-    ,,    /.    .*..u....  ,-nin.    .1,.     |.l..n.   ...   :.|.,.r.««;h  each      229.827       F-RNACKFORSTEAM   B0I1.KRS       ■  .LTOi  C.  J.HI.. 

otli.T  IU    tiirnin-    H  lli.    .-ii.U  ..I    liirr.nvn,  ,<iil>«lni.li.tlU   .*.■«   .ui.l    r..r  , „    _        „  ,    ^    .     _    , ,,    ,,.^..        /  .,  _   ^^^_.   \ 

till'  |iiir]M>*    >|.t '  I  ll.  .1 


Tr«y.ll.T.      P;lrd  Apr   .10   isxu       (Noao^il) 


229,823      TOOTH  BRUSH       Lnmi  Holi  xti  I.jipo;  o  Mint. 

Ptn<     rris'''         f<.\<ii    Mir   3     1310        'No   Dude:  Pdlrattl 

ia   Friorf  ijcl.  It.  1«79 


'^" 


<  hum — 1  A  tix.tli  liruah  .■4iiii|mii«><1  ..;  ,-»  li.iii.ll.  iiii.l  iif  ■ 
curved  lirii-.li  l«>.l\  Hrtniliiij  tliRnyiii,  aii.l  |ir'ni.li'il  \nlli  lirutl«t 
tm  til.'  iiiii.r  i»i<!i-  'if  '(tiili  curM',  a<l»|)t<^l  l.i  !<p:iii  tin  t.i'tli  ;tii<l 
(iIm)  »iiiiiilLtii<iiiii*l\  l<i  a<  I  u|><iii  tlio  I'ruwn  itii<t  U|i'iii  tin  iuiii'i' iiilU 
iiiiiir  f.». t«  ,.(  till   l.4'il. 

2  III  ,  iiiiibliiati.iii  \rilli  the  li:iii.il.'  I.  fin'  ciirM.l  <»'wliin; 
liruali  Ii.kIv  i.  briKllcK  •'!.  .Iihihhh-.!  fl.cri'..ii  ,u<  ih.iHU,  ;ini)  th.  rivol 
nr  j.i:.    I,  rDiilKt'tillC  tlic  IKirU,  lUI  hIi.ih  11  uml  .Itwriln'.! 


229,824       JTOVE   ATTATHigMT       0«oi.Ji   K     Rifli:»?    Pllil»- 
d'lpM*    P»       Fil«il   Aor    Jl    1»«0       (NoBoiel') 
4 


r//iira.  — 1     III  i-.iiiiliiiiation  witli  tlie  iliolf  A  A.  Iiarm^  lull 


r//iira.  — 1  III  i-.iiiiliiiiation  witli  the  iliolf  A  A.  Iiarm^  l.niei- 
tu.liii:«l  ..(H-iiiiii;  tliiTviii.  the  roller  or  iii|i|)<>rt  (.'.  »uli«tiuitiiilly  j» 

sll.n>  .; 

i  n..'  ill. 'If  A  A  li.iMne  jMKk.U  1>  D,  anJ  tlio  I'lmt  111*11 
ill;:!!  '/  ■'.  Ill  1. .11.1. 111. .ii./ii  Willi  ilic  p.lUr  I  ,  i»ul)«tii7iti.ilh-  as  ili.iwu 

V  111  1. mil. iiiati«<u  with  tlic  uliolf  A  A,  ln»\inc  l.iiit.'iliuliiml 
.il«-nini.'  tlun'iii  llic  (xK-keU  D  D,  «»rryini;  tli<-  r-.Ucr  ('.  and  the 
(■ji»t  iij><iimif»  d  d  for  till-  |iiu«  f  f. 

229,825       LAMP    SHADl    B9LD1R        Aiiii    B    HfTcim, 
Bro.>«ir"     N    T.      Fill*   7»k.  »»,  ll«i. 


CUnnt — 1  III  a  funi.i.i',  the  air  cliiiiiilxT  or  1«)H  ('.  iida|>t«<1 
til  HtTvr  i\»  till'  I.ip  jaiiili  I'latf  iif  the  .  harjjiiiir-dmir  n  of  llir  fur- 
tiiMX!  A  and  lui  a  wuldic  fur  the  fnmt  t-iid  nf  a  Ixiilcr.  itniil  cliauilwr 
N'iii!.'  |'r..Mil..«|  Willi  a  luiigiludiiial   (Mirtitioii,  c,  an   hcri-iii  kIiowii 

Jfl.l    ^|>.  •  l!l'  .1 

i.  1  III'  .'oiiiliiiiatinn.  in  a  furii:u-<v  of  an  air  iKMVtiiiK  iliaiiilHT 
or  liox,  (",  liUlct^  ilirt<«-lly  over  llin  rliarcmu  ihxir  a,  and  |im\iiled 
with  Inlet  i»ir-o|i<'iiinpir*,  with  tim  |>i|K-«  1)  nnl  Iml  air  diwtrilnitin); 
box  K,  |>n)vi<l»Hl  with  tlir  [MTforal^^I  lii].  <■,  arniiim^  l<)  ojx'rat*.  o»- 
suiitutily  uit  hrruiii  kimxIiIoI 

229.828.       TOILET     WIRROR        FgrnKHirn    J     Su,Dl!!i»i!Rfl. 
N«w  York.  N.  T.      PiUd    Maj  20     1880       (No  soiid.) 


?^::;::":':^^i;:' ■'■'"•""■ 

-^C 

Ng;;.-,,^ .■•t..;/;..;...r:,. ...:■:» 

/                  '."■'>''■ 

^ 


^i. 


J-|vft^ 


CUtim. — Ai<   an   .inicli'  of   iiianufuctui-n.  \n   iiiilep<iiidi'nt   do- 

l.wli:il.|.  «li;i.!.'  I..1I.I.  !  .  .iiiHiHtintJ  id'  a  riiii:  ad»|>fwl  U>  fit  clow  ly 
anmiiil  tli.  l.iini.  1.  a  •«'rif.«  of  iiiiritflit  pikIii  attiu-hud  tlicri'to  ha>- 
\n\i  a  »(iriiii;'i>L'  lutioii.  and  an  aiiiitdar  slide  ada|iU-d  U.  rw«iv,. 
:in.l  hol.l  till'  »li.i.l.  ,  |.ni\id.d  with  a  wrii'*  of  almrt  tulx-a  p.i.'wiiiL' 
ihnmKli  til.  l»xU  of  liiiil  'Inh-  aii.l  iii.kIc  to  tit  ««id  nxU,  ■dilwUii 
tially  aa  .l»».'n!".l     _^_^_^__^___^_____ 

229,826      TRA9S  SBBOER      Cb  »«t«»  F    Jo"  "'SUi'    ''r     ''"«?'' • 
il     Y        F.:«d  D«e     !8     1S7J 


Claim. — 1.  The  coinhiiiation.  witli  a  inirnir  fraim  ,  of  a  iiiir- 
r'.r  i;ta«i  hariii);  a  bovoUol  (ilaaa  H<.riirril  to  tlio  l>a<  k  "iirf'u-*'  tliirisif, 
and  vnlh  oluati''  iimti>rial  iiit.T]Mi!«<.d  iK'twwii  ami  projiy  tin:,' ImmhuI 
tlio  ed^M  of  tli>  >;l.inA«<,4  •xiliHtjiiiiiail V  oa  ami  for  the  par|M>!H!  wt 
forth. 

2.  Tho  onnihiiuttinn,  with  tl..  fVainc  .1.  .,f  the  mirror  ulaaa  '. 
hcvnlod  flMi  ,/*,  and  (Xir.l  h.  .^utMUkiitiaUy  t\»  and  for  the  piii'iMWc 
■vt  forth. 

229.829      »fr«utat:iin  iuck      ri«i<i«i  J   Khiit  Cufin 

atf.    oa  -1        *  .'A  HIV  h     isiiO       'Mod*!   ) 


<*" 

1                        \ 

h^-'" :) 

^'      ^' 

rV^ 

@s^ 

V 

\^) 

" 

Cl^titti.  —  III  a  |»'i  intii.iti.iii  i.w  kinji  .1.  \  ii  c,  the  oiinibinatioii, 
nitli  a  Mlidiiii;  lirdt  iipiiiiK.iJ  .liri-^tlv  n|Miii  a  gwintrint;  d.xir  and 
pr.,'^  1,1.(1  viiih  one  or  more  hit(rall\  pnijwting  d"RS,  and  l.Hiwly 
ariam.'.-.!  u  ita  iMvit  to  lio  ntnvt.'il  l.v  it.*  own  inherent  prav  ity  liy 
turning  the  arliele  with  «lii<li  it  i«  tttarhfHl  in  the  riM^iiiniti'  jHmi- 
tioii,  and  havinj;  no  roniie.  timi  with  tin-  exterior  of  the  diair,  of 
olio  or  more  mtarv  diaktiiniMers  inoiiMtixl  diroctly  uihmi  the  Aaiiie 
door  and  carh  (irovided  «illi  a  rei  i-*"  to  rwrive  a  ihn;  "hen  111 
jtrojicr  ooifnidonec  tlK>rc«  itl.  ami  i  laintnniblor  arraiiijid  u|>"ii 
the  d<v>r  %t  the  eml  of  the  Uilt  nnl  pr.iM.loil  with  a  rv>e«i«  to  re 
<»ive  the  cn.l  of  tli.'  I". II  and  one  or  iiioix'  i-jiin  pr.ij.Ttioiix  to  tliri," 
the  Mill.,  ^aid  tuml.h'P*  Ihihu  eaeh  pn.vidinl  uilh  an  index  at- 
taeln-.l  t..  iln  nxis  aiel  arninifed  to  traverwe  a  dial  u|hiii  IImj  front 
of  the  ihxir.  iMiu-taiitial'.i     i"  .l.'w  iiIk'.I, 


rinim  -1  ,V  •enea  ..f  d.iublc  diHtrihutiiiir  »h<-«dH  the  imh*- 
in-  "h.  IU  ..r  .■axiii;."<  of  wlii.li  an'  pn>\id<>«l  with  iii.lejiwvji-iil  ili»- 
.haruiin:  eh  >nn.'l-..d- different  •.l/l^s,  ill  •■onibinatioii  with  the  siut'ln 

wlien'tn  .-iller  one  .>r  iM.th  jierui*  of  diaeliark'nii:- 


larforaled  ■•ii'l' 


229,830  ■ILiCOii'.ER  i'tRLtt  L  KiMinLL.  B«llowii  F»1U. 
VI.,  tad  jAli»«  B  William?  OUdlniihBrjr.  Com  ihirbts 
lo  V«r«o»t  Para  WaellU*  Compmiy  Bdllnwi  F»lli  Vl  Piled 
Apr.  17,  1880.      (No  iiod»l.  1 

Clnim. 1.    A  liiilk-»'aii    iir.ni.l..I  "ith  earn    It.  ha\iiic    li|M 'i 

u|Mm  their  outer  wVi-a  uinl  «.'t  >  iin;  i-.th  a*  handh*  and  a  l.xk  for 
tho  cover,  in  contbinali.m  uilh  Ihe  rtiincid  e.ner  ('.  havinc  e.jini- 
W«dfC  «,  all  arnuiifivl  on  «nd  for  the  pnr|x.«e  wt  forth. 

2.    A  Iiiilk-CM)   provided  with    li.iii.lk'j*  or   ^<•^.■r  h.l.l.ni  ar 


|llv     iJ, 


iHHo. 


U.  S.  PA'IT.NT  OFFICE 


229.830 


(7rt(»i— The  .'..nihinalnin.  with  .1  *h-<'i>Mn;  licrlh  of  raihvax  • 
earn,  of  th.'  ««l. -1:11.11.1  »',  Iniiif.-.l  t"  ih'  t'-p  '■<!:-'<  "'  1'"  '""'l  ^ 
with  a  d..nble  Inn-.'.  D,  wloieln  il  iii.n  U  tiin..-.l  a.iHu  .ill»  r 
way,  and  pr..vi.l.'d  nith  the  »iirin;;-lx.lli»  '  '.  I'oi  lati  linu'  n  111  the 
H\>r\f\i\  |x».iti..ii  to  th.  iN«ta  U  It.  xjii.l  jx-t*  alxo  Ix'n-  .  .i|>!tble  of 
U-ini:  tnin.Hl  il.iuii  l.^  haMiic  "lot  h.  au.l  <».nnoi.-titl  l«>  pLUe  n  Ui 
tlw  front   .\,  'ut  xho«  11  and  di*KTilx>d. 


laiic'il  1.1  -iipixirl  th.  ...\>r  11.  |i.».itioi.  \»itlioiit  it*  eoniiiit;  in  ill 
reel  .'.mlaet  «  illi  tli.'  .1111.  inid  .(U.i  ».  ri  iii;;  :w  :i  1.x  k  for  »;iid  eo*  ei , 
Mll»tanliall\   Af  «ho\\  11    nid  ili-ix  1  ilx  .1. 


229.835      fTRLiNG  lEi'S       Oin  »»  Mh'jk'     CiB.  .omti    Oliio. 
FiUd  Jniy  23     iSTii 


229.831       CLOTHK.'i    DKIKK       R..m(aT    l«iiTia    Sail  Or»ag«, 
aiiiKUur  of  iibf  !i.<lf   of    iiu  rifjlit   10  Bfraard    Blof«fk»    Ht* 
ilk.   >.    J        Ftltil   Kay  15.  IST!! 


'0:=^ 


■^ig^^  r-V^^Q'-^i-y- 


(■/„,,„.-_l  I'l,,.  eoiobiii.'ill.iii  nl  a  .iirliiiL'  mm,  »l"lted  at  \\  , 
ax  xliowii  in  Vi^v  1.  ainl  a  l.-\.  1.  .m.'  .  ml  'il  »'  In.  b  ".n-ix  in  a  ver- 
tn-iil  xlol.  aii.l  IX  .iiiixi-d  I.,  prix.  a:;ani«t  "le  »iile  ol  the  xh*l  ^^  hv 
liieanx  of  a  -niUilih'   xpriim.  xiibslaiitiallv   .w  and  tor  the  |eir|xi!«*'x 

•  IHflfltMl 

2    Th.'  eoiiibiiiation  of  a  (iirhiiL'  .i'"o    sl'HI.'.l    it  \^  .  ami  le\.'r 
('.  work  1 11)!  m  !\  M'rtieal  slot,  hainlh   It,  ainl  ipni.!:  H.  xiilwtiinllally 
'  a>  mid  lor  the  puriaiw*  x|K'<'ilii'<l 

.1.  A  eiirliiiK  iron  or  atiek  niiixi«lnit  "f  li,ni.ll.  It  ami  roil  A, 
the  latUr  Ix'iii;;  pro\  i.hxl  h  itli  a  loiitMliniiii.il  »b.l.  ^^  xulwl-iiitially 
aa  and  for  the  purjMincit  »|h-<  ilie.l 

229,836       METHOD   OF    PREPARING   WIRE    FOR    MRAWIHe. 

Ch*«l»?    H     MoaoAii    Worcfjtfr,   Hats        FiUd    n,t    »    1878. 

r/m»M  —  Tlie   iiiiproM'"!   nil  lb. xl  .if  pnpitiiii:  "in    tor  .Iniw- 

in::,  .  .iii'.iMiiiy   III   iiiini.'rxinc  th"    "in    in  .t  l..'l  Itill.   .'on.)x»M-.l  of 

I  a  wdiilioii  of  rt,ill.  lb.  n  l.>  r.n.'^inv:  the  tini|x'r.iliin  of  the  wire,  miIh 

,     HI,                    »t.inli.ilU    ,1-  .111.1    l.n    lb.    pUI'jxiM    ^1    bull'. 
/  7/i.i..  —  1.    Thex|jill«mar\  ixM<tx  .\  ainUpniie  nxlx  I>  I)  ..'"111  ' 

liiii.d  "itb  11  ..  i.tral  \.ili.'all\   adjiixlibb'  I"'"!,  as  herein  xjx'.  ilu'il       229.837.     MrSlCALKEEn  INSTRDBKNT       MnnfO    NirHCLf 

2    Th.'    i.ljii»t,ible   ..ntral    |-.»t.«,   It    H    //,  |xx.lx  .\ .  .>|x-r.itiiii;  flyd*    &«i.igaor  of  oac    kalf  of  mn  r./rkl  liKDiil.    laadytad 

U'l  .ir  I'"..  eonN  i.r  "  lies  l>   1 '      m.l  w  ni'»  (',  .4nnliiiii  d  and  ii.hipt<'«l  C.orjfcBaf     Korw^jU     Oliir.        F'lfdKfl'     11     1S80 

t.i  w'r\.    Willi  lb.     nvinii.;   1    I     nnl  lb.   .l.nil.l.  hoiii.  .il  rolh'r  K,  w  llh 

il»  U  .nine's.    1-  In  n  111  «p<  •  ilied.  for  ll.<   piii|x» 

229,832      HORSE  nOOF  KXPANHFR      n«»i<T»  M»oiii«   Bro«k 
lya    NT        Fi!».l  Jan    !S    iSSO 


(■/»iim.— The  Kpn-iuh  r  toiim"  foniieil  of  ariiix  K  and  I>.  with 
fiilernni  /"forinxl  nixni  one  arm.  not.  h  or  not*  h«»  ;/  l.irnuHl  iiixm 
the  other  arm.  and   sliort   eiidx  or  (x.inta  n  H,  cnr\e«l  ont«anl  to 

n«t  ftjpiiiixt  the  11 r  (nlifex.of  the  nh-R'  for  RprtKk-linp  th.    icune. 

xnlixtiintialh  ax  .low  rilx-d 


229.833.   SAFEGUARD  FOR  SLEEPING  BERTHS 


A      M  I'  ■  A  II  > 
■  odfl   > 


ClrTtlaad      Uli'> 


Fi',  (d    Kf-r 


EllAIOt 

1880         (No 


F^'^C 


^ 


^=- 


i.ki. 


"■■";-'•'-"''  ' ' '  ^"  v., 'i/'r^lM] '}})X 


(7«fi«— The  .•.Miil.inati./n.  "ith  a  i.h'opnii:  U-rth  for  railway- 
ear,  or  .t«,.iilx«.tM.  of  th..  x.'.K-Kuani  f.  hin>r<xl  U^  ali'li"?  l-'-x-kx  I>  , 
nUxiiiL'  on  thr  .xrn.an.nt  nxU  ,1.  when-li>  «iid  cuanl  may  I-  aln  j 
li.toa  ,xxkel,«.  in  tl...  frani..  work  of  the  Urth  when  ...K  n.iuir.Hl  j 
for  n-<.  or  drawn  .ml  and  tnni.Hl  upn,cht  «hci.  r«inirxHl,  and  j 
laleh«l  to  li.U'i-t-tlo  1X1,1^  It  It.  :vx  and  for  the  purism,  ai-x-.h.nl.  - 

229,834.    GUARD  P0R8LBEPIN8CAK»11TH8.     «^»»«"*.   , 
■  cMA.».Cl.».l».*   Oku      PI1.4  Mar    18,  ISli     ^"»  -*"^  ' 


Clnim 1     In   a  niiixi.al    ii-.d  iiiHlrnnieiit,  th.    .  <>nilnii:il  n-i., 

with  an  exhaual-Wh.ws  pn.xid.-.l  "ill.  10  un  'piiiii;»   of  ;i  «iippl. 
mental   aprini;  or  «(>rin(.'x  :Mlapl.'.l  !.•   I»    l.n.UL'hl    mi..   o|xKni..ii 
after   the  main  ajirin^r*  ha^.'  Utii   iKirliallj  e.niipri»md,  xulwl.iii 
tiallv  a*  xet  forth 

i  In  a  inuxi.al  n«.d  in-lniin.nl.  th.  eoml.ination.  w  ilh  an 
evhaimt  lxll.."N  pnividi.»l  "  itb  iiiaiii  xprini.'x.  of  a  xnppl.-meiital 
xprin^'  or  spriiiir«  hiMnf  their  iip|x-r  I'Mnniiliex  w.iired  to  the 
xtati..nar>  Ix  ll..»x  lx«inl  and  ih.-ir  op|-wite  eMreiiiitie.  ttiiapUxl 
tohaxofn^'  lateral  Ixaniic  n;.'ainal  the  lower  |x.rlioii  of  tin- mo^  a 
hie  Ix-lhiwx  Ixianl.  xiiUtJintially  an  wt  (ortb 

3  In  a  muxiiiil  ni'.l  inatriimenl.  tin'  .omUinalion.  will,  an 
exhauHl-lwdl.iwx  pn.Mdwl  «illi  main  apnnu'a.  of  a  ehwk-xpnn;: 
eonnoetetl  "  Ith  the  movahle  U.lh.wi.-lNiiird  and  .ailapti..*!  U.  rcaiat 
the  ti'iul.nry  of  aiiid  iiioiii  »i>riiii.'x  U>  pn-w  the  imKuhh'  bcllowv 
IxMird  outwanlly.  »iil«tantia)l\   as  ■»>!  forth 

4.  In  a  ninaunl  r«xl-inxlnim<nit,  the  roinhi nation,  with  un 
exhauat-Ulh."*  |>n.Md«l  with  main  apriiitrx,  "f  «  eh«ek-a|>rine 
haNiiic  itx  np|»r  exln'iiiily  <^.nn«lwl  t-i  tlie  i4iitioiiar\  lalh.wx 
IxnnI  and  itx  opixwile  extn-mil.x  altui'h«..l  l»>  a  tloxiMe  eonnix  tine 
ilevi....  I.,  tin  lower  [MirliiHi  of  tltc  Hlo^  able  U-lluw^Uwrd,  aul.- 
Htiinliiill\  a»  d<i«'rila>»l 

.'i  In  a  nniaiesd  nwl  iiirtniiiioiil,  the  e..mbiiuitnm.  with  an 
cxliauat-lallowa  pniviiUxl  nith  m.ain  »pnii)pi  and  a  au|>|.l«Mniiital 
«prin(f  or  aiwiuRm  of  a  eiioik-aj.riii|.'  .oniiflctA.I  *  iO.  Uic  inoMU.le 
la-llowa-lKwrtl  and  adtt|itt.«l  to  .•,*niU-  in  nwirtnij:  the  lemkiiey  of 
:  the  main  apnnp.  to  ynm  tin'  anid  l«lh.«a-l«»inl  ontwardly  afUr 
I  the  xnpplemental  apriiiK  or  xpriup.  haxi-  eesu^xl  t4.  o|.<nil4  .  »ul. 
xtuntiallv  iw  act  forth, 

C     In   a   miiKK^l    re<Ml -inxtrunn'iil,   the   .■miilnnatu.ii,  "ith   a 

r.>ixlehamU-r  proM.h-.!   with   a   |*.rlonit...l   vail,  of  a  ixrf..rut<.4l 

nvial4.rinp-«ll«k  iMid  a  ....rd  or  l«iid    i««.iii(r  o>er  a  pnlh  .^   forimxl 

ri(tid  with  the  diak.  ninl  mcina  for  moving  Mitd  .x.nl  01  Uiiid.  auh 

.  ■taiitiall;  ft*  xel  lorth. 


7+ 


oFFiciAi.  (ja/i:tti:. 


jlLY     I  ^,    iHHo. 


J" 


I  Y 


1880. 


I'.  S.  I'ATKXT  OFFK  1: 


75 


7    !n   l»  ntnnu-n\   mnj - iimtniiiM-lit.  flic   <i»iiiUii.ali..M.  «ill,    i  -'0     I"  «  mu-i.-.l    iiimI    iiiHtrmiioiiI,  tl.*.  <..iiiUliuiti(m.  witli  :» 

n..l  ,l,.,iMl«r   l.r..^i.l.•.l  uilli   .1   pr1..ml.'.l  «all   .iii.l    ^i   jm  it..r;.lr.l  «•!  nf  r.'.-.t«,  ^»  »i.i,l  ,  l..-«t.  :in.l  :i  r-.ii.-rliiimlKir  tl.c  .•r.»«-«Hti..li  of 

ril  iKwitiL' "MT  :v  |>"H.  \  f..rnM-,l  nu'i.lmHi  I  ul.i.  1.    1-   ■.iil.»r.iiiti;ill>    tn.nii:iilai-.  of   ;i   |HW«iii^<'   <'i.iiii.«ctiii|{   Um' 

•  t  N.11.I  .-..rrl  Um::  ««i^l'i"t   n"!  ""   "I't"'  ••lii»inl*r  »"'<  ""■  "I""  •>'''  '">''  '  """iii.lm;;  wiill  atriiiiml  wliicli  llio 

1   iiUfiit  .1  ritUi-v  .«li:in,  siiUliiiHiall)  a.«  uir    vil)r:ili.>ii..   from    tlu     |MU»«it'<>    li.w.-    iiiiiKift,  Siiiil   wall    Immui; 

i  foniirtl  with  ii|>|ntr  :iml  Iohit  loiiiiitiuliiial  jiortioiiH,  tlii-  lowor  |>i>i- 

Mi.Ht.  till-  rnitiliiiiatioii,  with  two  I  tion  iin  liiiin;;  frtiiii  llir  air  pas-^n;!'.  «lii!.-  tlio  i\p[)»<r  |H.rtioii  is  of 


r<i:i«tiriiii;-ilii<k.  of  1 
lln  ■li-k.  om  .'M  n  in 
»l|i>  cxtrrull'^  U'lIU 
pM-l   lurtli 

S.    Ill  A  iiuimial   ni  il  iinlrii 


lit' 


ili-vir4« 

whu  h  (iilllurl    ( 

«t  forlli 

*!t       \U    a    MIIIMIM 


1.    rifil.*,  ami  tn-iii<»h>  !  U-nn  wiiUh  th.-ui  tht-  hiwcr  |i«>rtioii  mil    iiuIiiioh  in  iVii  opiMwiU-  ill 

III  a  iiiniK'Al    ri<<!    iii!«ti  iiiiii-iit.  tlic  coiNltiiiatiiMi,  with  n 


n!«'«l-«hanilM  rx  iii<to»iiiir  mIk  >>\'  ilith  nii'  l"ni 

l..vi.-4»   atla.h..l    l4.    «ii.l    .l.a..il«n..  i.r  a    kli.f    U»<T  aii.l    im-aiw     n«  tion.  *iil».l«lltiall.v  ;w  ^.t  foitli 
lall<  r  t<>  -"ai'l    Iniiiolo  ili\  l<r^    siilwtaiil  i.illv  ;»»  i\. 

wt  of  nxth<  wliitli   enti'iMl   ilmv  in\aril  IVom  kwoH    K  through   tlio 
lit.  I  111-  •oiiiloiiaiioii,  w  ii!i  tlio     MtlHlmMH  n-irintcr  on  tlif  lioiihli   <lia|>iuioii  pifcli.  of  a  Kct  of  Imirlr 


I    rfcil  iimtruiu 


ri...l  .  liaiiilHT-   n-KixTtiM-K   |.n'M.Ii   I  nilh   trcuiolo  .l.\  to*  ami  a     niiU,  «liiili  al*)  arc  voiced   to  a  iloiiliK'-<li»i«UK)ii  iiitcli,  said  net* 

roiar\  Hlia(1.  of  rtivil.h'  rniiii.-.  1 -  ulii.  Ii  I'xfrmI  from  sjiiil  tririii      of  r<-<-<ln  MiiK  n»|Mvtivelv  I.H:it«.l  111  ilifftT«iit  traiiivemo  iwrtiolu 

••to  .l«-viic«  to  th«  «li  i!1    111'!  a  Mi  \il>l.'  .  ..luiwtHm  oxtciulinc  from     of  the  iiwtniiiioiit,  «iili»Uiiti«lly  an  »-t  forth 


!hi-  Uitf.'  I.  MT  10  Ihr  tiiM.'  •liaCt.  .iilwiaiitialh   iw  «•!  forth 

10     111    <    iiiini.al    nf<l    iii«triiini  lit.  the  .  oiiilaiiatioii.  with    i 
w<  of  ri-.-.!!!  ami  a  torn- «l.aiiili«-r  111  vilu.  Ii  l!i"-  rr.ilM  \ihriitr,  of  an 

iM,l,|Mi„l.nl    air    iKUu-a^T    Ion 1    ..(    I.«.  -.■.■ti..iial    an-a   than   th.' 

UiiiP  <  haiiil»r    iiiJ    coiiiuitliiKalliii.'  Hith    lln   •>]«  iiii.._',  aii.l   a  nlop 
nhIm'   -ovrniinc    the   ..iitrr  op»niin{  of  laiil  .iir  l>iV)»ugt-,  •uhstAli 

li.ilh    .%.•<  X  t   t'iirth 

11  III  I  inumcil  n-<Ml  iinlruiiioiii.  tlio  (-oniliinntioii.  w ith  n 
w'l  of  rr.'flii  anil  «  f«n<<  .haiiilior  in  "linli  the  n^il"  Mhrati  .  ..f  mi 
iii.l,-|K'iiil.nt  »ir  luuwat'i  lorimil  of  liiw  «'<tioiial  ana  than  thr 
tone  ihaiiilNT  »n«t  .011111111111.  aliiiu  \>ith  iti.  opiiiiii.'.  an.l  a  nl.>|. 
valve  giiveriiiii(J  th'    "ni'  ' 


2"2.  Ill  B  mnniciil  ny-.l  in.<triiim'iit,  tlif  poiiibin»tion.  with  a 
«ct  of  rvt»U,  of  a  toncihiimhrr  huMiij;  the  forwanl  [Mirtioii  of  itx 
rx»of  iiii-liiiiiii:  diBgx>nn{l.^  ivjiwurd  and  rearward  and  the  ri-ar  (Kir 
tion  therwif  fonuod  lioriiontal,  •ulwtjiiilially  iw  »«'t  forth, 

'13.  In  •  maMcnl  rood-imttnimrnt.  tli«  coiniMitation.  with  a 
iet  of  rceda  Mtd  »  toll^-<;l^alllU>r  liavinif  tlin  forward  jHirtion  of  ita 
HHtf  inclining  diagonally  n|>wanl  and  r<-«rward.  of  »u  air-|>KMiM;r 
ItroviJod  with  Astii|i-valvo  and  uuiiiiimiiidaini:  hy  a  aniMMer  iiit<'r 
ii.'.liat*'  iMUMtiKe  with  the  forwurtl  |K>rtioii  of  tin  toin>-«haiiilH.T, 
"iilHitaiitiallv   itH  M't  forth. 


I 


21.    In  a  iimnintl  n'i'.l-iiiatnitm  iK,  tin    roinlnnatimi.  wi 


tli 


Hai'l  I '.-uwa ;;!•  at 
iiii;  fonii'-il   of 


\.i\\,-  i;o>.-vniiii:   111'    oiitor  o|><'iiinu 


l«niini  of  tho   iKWHiiu'O,  tiid   iwuwai;.'      ^.(  ,,f  rr<dii  and  a  toiie-chuinlHT,  of  oiii- or  more  air  >  oiii|M»rtin<-ntJ« 

l.H*t«l  in  order  alxivi-  the  tono-<haiiil».r  and   (.rovidwl  with  air 
coniiwtiona,  aaid  U>iio-chanil*r  Ixmii^  forni.'.l  1  low.l.  with  tin   «x- 
i-o]itt«n  (»f  iU  n<i'<l-«j>eninK  and  it*  air  .)|><niiii{  inU>  the  i  liiimU-r 
•bovo,  tuliatiintially  a«  dcwriWl 

25.    In  a  mimiual   reed   iintrunient.  the  cninhiiiation,  «ith   a 
iotof  nHxla  and  a  t»nf-<  haml>cr.  of  two  air  <<nii)>artiin>iit«  l.K-ate*! 
Ill  onler  alMivc  the   torn--.  haiiilH  1    and   liaviiij;  alt< mate  end  <on 
iicctini:  oi.ciiiii(pi,  iBUtiiutially  a*  wl  forth. 

i«  !•,  1  'uini.al  r.'.-l  inntriiiinMit.  the  coinliiiiation,  with  a 
„t  ..("  .KMi!i  *iid  a  t4.iie  .  Irimlwv,  of  two  air  c.inn>artinoiit»  lo<-jiti>d 
in  urtinr  aU)V»  the  t<ni«  <  lianilier,  mlkI  two  00111  jMirtnionU  iRiiij; 
a<la|>l«<l  to  li«v«  iiidoiiondniit  ooiniiiuiiicAtion  with  the  oi>t'n  irtr. 
»uh«t«ntiallv  a*  »ut  forth 

27  In  a  iiiuiKftl  i«>»<l  iii.'triinn'nt.  tlio  coinhination.  with  a 
M'l  .>f  r«wl».  a  wind  .  h«i<t,  and  a  lorn-  clmniticr,  of  one  or  more 
air  ...iiiii*rtinontJ«  l.-at*-!!  in  onhT  al>o\e  tho  t/.nc-<  hanilwr  and 
Uiiwug  alt«nial/'  .-ml  .onnoitin::  | .aaaat'w*.  tlio  upp^r  rhamlxr 
\teint  providwl  with  one  or  inorf  ••mall  jMiHaaKna  ii>inuiunii-*tiii({ 
i-onrtHiith  wifli  thr  ":«ii   li-   «iil»aUiitially  an  mt  forth. 

is     In    I   mini    I     mo!  ni"triiincnt,  the  c4>iiihiiiBli«n,  witli   a 

1  fnnit  »uU  a  roar  row  ..(  ir.<l-  li«atiMl  in  the  aaiiia  traiiavorw  jilano, 

of  a  «>t  of  rt*d-v»Iv.>«  r»»iM-.  tnol\   fnrniwl  in  two  tran«vt«n«)  «h-- 


iii.liiiinu  llia^;ollall^  miiu  ar.l  tV lU  |~.int  of  onimMtioii  uitli  tl..> 

'..11.    .  lianilxT,  «iili«tanlialli    i»  wt  I'orvli 

li  111  I  iinwKal  riM-.l  iiiKtriinniit.  tho  ronihin.itioii,  with  a 
^■1  ..;  ..-.-.I*  and  a  tnii.-<  liaiiiUr  in  which  tho  nv.l.«  vibrato,  of  an 
ind.-iH  n.l.ii'  "II  i«u»«<:o  lorimsl  of  low  «>«lioiial  ana  than  tbc 
tMin-.lianilMr  villi  roiiiiiiiiiinatin:;  wiili  lU  o|>oiiiiii;.  ami  a  irtO|>- 
\,ilv.'  cov.  iniiii:  till*  oiit^r  ..ix'iiiii:;  ot'  ihr  jiiuo^n; 
il«  («.iiit  of  ioiin«Mlioii  «illi  tho  t-ono  oliainlHT 
.niailor  «i/o  than  .M  other  |H.inU.  «iil»t;'iiiiall\   iu>  dnwril..  .1 

l;l  III  a  miimral  r.^d  Miatriimcnl,  tliP  comhiiiatioii,  willi  a 
•.•t  of  ro»-.N  ami  a  mn«-«haiul*r  in  which  they  vihr.at.-.  of  an  in- 
do|«ndoni  air  |iiuM»4{o  fbniiod  of  IcM  •(V'timial  aroii  than  tho  tonc- 
chamlH-r  ami  .oinmunioatinu'  with  it*  oiKiiin;:.  and  a  utoji  valve 
irovornini:  the  ontor  .i|>«nina  of  the  air  |«i«iJU.'c.  mid  |'.u«ai,"'  '"'luc 

Ih  thi-  loiH-  •  liamlM-r, 


i.f  «iiialUi«t  area  at  it»  iM.int  of  conmHtioii  wi 

and   ovU-iidiiii;   dia^jonallv  Hi.ward  thon'tr..iii.  ■.iilHianti  1 

forth 

11  III  I  iii.i-.icai  r.-o.|-in.triiim'nl.  the  lomHiii  vtion.  witU  a 
«.t  of  ne.l.  ami  a  tone  .  liamU-r  m  *»lii.li  Ih.'  n-.".!-.  vilnilv,  of  an 
imhiM-ndont  air  |K6«.a!:o  foniio-l  of  h-«.  ««ti..iial  area  than  tho 
, .  h.imlHT  ami    comiiiniii.atiii!;  with   itn   o|>ciiini;.   and  a  tioi.- 


lU    ;v,' 

itU 


if  the  air  |«iuiniiui'-  «'»"'  '' '"l" 


havinc  tin  11-  M.iii-  Hoinred   U-   that  |H,rtioii  of  tlio  iono-olianilHT      ,j,„„,  the  juiu-tioii-lHiiiiU  of  llo'  «.Hti..n«  of  tho  m-veral  valvoa  1»- 

vnd    liaviiiif  lloir  fr.-<'      ^^y^  f„nifA  forwanl  m    t.a.  k  of  a  u'iven  lino,  aoc.irdiiii,'ly  a«  o««h 


nearest  it*  coniiw  tion  vMth  the  air  paii«(to,  an 

ivtroinilioi.   l."-*t«l   in   that   portion  .f  th«  diainl-r  w  Uich   i»  of  | 

jreal«>«t  !ieii;hl.  mliiitanlially  a»  dwtorii**!. 

l.-|  In  a  inupical  n-o^l  in»trunient,  the  oml.inati.m.  nitli  i 
wt  of  ro«U.  of  a  tone-cbaintior  havinit  itj  cn«»  (Ms-tion  Piinilar  to 
the  l.ni-itndmalontlinoof  an  ow-  tho  fr«>  nxtn^initioi.  of  tin  r.-^-^U 
U-lnit  h'^-ato.!  Ill  lino  with  the  cn-atMt  vertical  .limonHmn  ..I  tl., 
chaml»-r.  and  their  -Uiim  Ixonif  wciirM  in  that  iiortion  ..f  |!ir 
chamlHM    liaMiW   cmtriMUd    virtual    ilinicn»ioii.   sulwtantially    a» 

"*'  \V  'im  1  iiiii.i.al  n-^.l  initrnincnt.  tho  roinhinalion.  with  a 
v>l  of  r,M,l.  ami  .1  «.ml.lK-«t.  of  a  lone  cliaml«-r  havin-  a  foro, 
«ecti..ii  ..f  which  r.<«<nilde«  the  l..ni:>tudinal  outline  of 
tl,c    fn.nt  wall  of  whi.h    imlinoii  np 


I  lie  mm 

an   '^rif.  and    an    air  piuMmifO 

w.rdiv   and    f..rw*rdli   frmu    tl..'   .■onne.ti.m    of    «.nl    ^i^i'    ami 

eiiaiiiix-r,  .ulwtantiallv  a«  wl  lorlli. 

17  In  n  ni.wnal  r«».l  in.t.nniont.  ll.o  .'miihination,  with  a 
».t  of  r«Hl«,  a  wind-cheat,  and  »  toii«-chamlH  1  l.av.nK'  a  form  1  ho 
III  of  wh».h  ro^wnil.lo*  tin-  loniritiidnial  .wlliiio  of  an 
winch  eonn«oU  tho  oli»nil.<>r  with  tU.-  o|*n  air 
and  a  •Himlin,-wall  a.la,.UH\  U.  rf-eive  tho  air  viliralio.,.  w  liu  h 
i^ue  from  the  i— a^o  w.'l  wall  tH..u^'  lorn.od  h.n^ilud.nallv  c.m 
«-ave,  tabaUntikllv  aa  t»i  foith 

18.    In   a  mnw^l   r«*l   inatrumenl.  the  ooinhinHtion.  with   a 
•rt  af  r«»d»  anJ  a  wind   oheat,  of  a  tonechainlwr   haTini;  a  form      ^,,^,|^   ^  ^.,  f,,^,, 
.iiLUntialW  a.  aliown.  the  cn-a  .'~tio.i   of  which   i.  pn«-tic*lly  -     - 

which  c4iniienW  aaid  ihauibcr  with   the 


rriMui   *e<  tion 
•««.  of  a  v»a«H{« 


Tttlve  o|>erat«»  a  re<'d  .d  h  froiii  or  rwir  row  of  n<eda.  aulaitantittlly 
an  and  for  tho  jnirjnieo  »et  forth 

J»  In  a  nnuieel  re«l  instrument,  the  eoiiihiiiation,  with  two 
lontfitmlinal  i-ni.  of  juh  liMit  rewlii.  the  raeda  in  one  mw  Uuii^ 
n-*(»-'tn'U  iualed  o|.)>.^ito  tho  iiilcniiMMim  of  tho  rwida  in  tho 
iitli.-.  '•<>  .1  A  ■u'X  of  riH«d  vahcR.  <'>uU  forniixl  in  two  tranivorao 
wcii.m.  !h.-  |iiii<  tion  |M.intii  of  the  WH-tiona  of  the  different  valvt* 
aluonatinu  «  itli  o«.  h  oihor  f..rwanl  ami  ba<kward  of  an  inU'riiio- 
iliato  lino,  «ul)alantiall>   ai«  net  forth. 

M).  In  a  iimaicai  rood  inatnimont,  the  coinhination.  with  a 
front  and  roar  row  of  hmmIh  hvcalod  in  the  aaiuo  traiiivema  plane, 
of  a  wt  of  traii»vorael>  .«octional  rood  valvoa,  laid  rear  row  of  rood* 
havine  their  valve  openinjfn  fortued  loiifor  than  the  valro-opeuingl 
of  the  front  row  ..f  rwda.  Hubatantially  aa  act  forth. 

.'{1  III  a  niuai.al  rewl-inatruinent,  tha  coinbin»ti»n,  with  a 
wind  .heat  and  aa  air  ["naaaKo.  of  •  vaire  joveminn  the  latter  and 
.»  Iiellows  conimuniratinu  with  tho  wind-cheat  and  adapted  to  au- 
toiimtically  1  hiee  Mud  valva,  aylietjinUallT  aa  iet  tnrth. 

ii    In  a  innai"»l  rw*l  inntruiiient,  the  oonibination,  with  a 
wind  .heat,  an  air  («aaa«e  r.nine«tin«  therewith,  and  a  ralvn  con- 
tr'.lline  th.    panaate    of  a  liellown  wnninunicatinK  with   the  wind 
cheat,  a  tap(Ht  forine.1  .m   the  movable  Iwiarti  of  th«  bellowa,  and 
4  pin  win.  h  m  o|.ciat<»!  liy  »aid  Ul>l>et  U)  cloai'  tho  rmlve,  aubetau- 


triangalar,  and  a  paaaa^e 

oiwn  air,  «nb«t»nti»ll»  aa  act  forth. 

IK  In  a  ninaical  r««d  inatruinoiu,  the  roiiihination.  with  » 
,.t  of  r«yla,  a  wind  oheat.  and  a  tone-chainlx-r  tho  en-e-aeetion  of 
which  la  .ul«Untiallv  triancular.  of  a  p«aaffv.  (-..nnectmg  the 
chamber  with  the  oj-n  air  and  a  ...unainK-wall  adapt«l  »"  "«• '^* 
the  iini"wt  of  the  air-»ibr»tioua  fr».in  Uie  pa-«.<re.  »»"»  wall  tx'.ni; 
formed  with  npinr  and  lower  longitudinal  ,H.rtmn«  inclined  lela 
'  liveh   ;.i  on.  h  other.  »uUt*nli»llv  a*  net  forth. 


IT     111    a   miwi.ul    I'o.l  iiwtrunionl.  the   combination,  « it  h  a 
wind  chenl,  *ir  |u»j»»,Mto  .  iniii««lin«  therewith,  and  a  ralve  (r«v.rn- 

iU^   Ut«  {MUHUtil' 


it  a  Ullow*  .oiiiiimnicatiiiK  with  th«  wind  .Inwt, 
«  aprU(  whi<  h  tend*  t..  maintain  the  l»elh>w«  ojieii,  ajid  a  alidiinr 
pin  adaplt^.l  to  U'  oj-'raU'd  hv  the  movable  l»»dh>w»-l>o»rd  to  clow 
tho  valve,  ^iiiwtaiillall .   a»  *'t  forth 

M.    In   a   mmti.al    tvwI  inatrumont,  tho  roiiihination.  with   a 
wind  cinwt,  an  air  pa«iai;i   i-onnw'tiiiK   Ihon-with.  a  valve  trovoni 
IMC  ill.   ii««.air.    m.l  *  ■.|.rin«  tendiag  to  niainUin  the  valve  o|«'n. 


of  a  Ik'IIowk  lomniuiiinitin:.'  with  the  wind  .h-Ht,  a  •(•rin:;  li  iidinu   ] 
1.1  inainlain  the  U'llo«»  o|m  n,  a  slnlini:  pin,  and  a  lappet  loriiied 
on  the  imivalde  liolhiwi-lKianl.  -iih'.t.anti  ill\   .>*  ml  lorlli. 


229,838.     DEVICE  FiJRTHK   UiSHLAY  OF  SCAKFS.  tc     Rmi 
BALuR    Pakkf.  R    Iniliinafii.  ii»    laii      Kil'dlla.vK    1*80      iKo 
oioilal   ) 


Claim. — In  a  device  for  the  di»plii\  ot  viarln  mil  ximilar  ar- 
tielei*,  the  lia.s<-  It,  combined  «illi  tin  mii.'  spriii.'n  ll  ami  (',  llie 
«iri  spiiin;  1)  U'iii^  -liorler  linn  llie  »priiii;  ('.  »lier«!i\  ,1  oprin;; 
I  lam|.  I-  loiini'*!  f.ir  liil.liii;;  and  ■<iip|>.irliii_'  lie  ailiclon  t.i  l»'di«- 
pla\eil,  a»  ili.oi  11  .m.l  ili»i  ii'.»il 

229,830        l«i;s[r   i  FAK   T     KSKU       !«*iiTi.s   Kahsok  Hud  Wil 
i\>    ('    Sidvi     It   imri     I         »«»:kP."r«    nf   oof  thir4   of   thur 
ri|tbttoEiw»r(iRin<n'ii-»ii.  .(il'"        i    .f^'.  ^'^c     l.H7t. 


by  ineiiiiK  of  a  pin.  0,  (HiNxinL'  l>"w<'l>  tlinnit'li  the  plate  U.  pullov 
K,  iX'iitnilly  pnole.l  to  the  disk  of  the  mI-hitow  and  o{h  ralud  bv 
a  cord,  .M.  conm.teil  \i  ilii  a  lover.  N.  or  other  unitaldi'  ai.'<'iH, 
nloove  K.  Iiiiice.l  at  It*  rear  end  to  the  naid  imlley.  al«i  lonnoi  t<'d 
to  the  s,'iine  In  iiieani"  of  the  Nprint  m.  and  provided  v»itli  the  |iro 
.joi'lioii  1.  toriiiiiiiiliiik;  with  the  train  w  hi-el  /.  whidi  ni«|j<  on  iho 
cam  rf,  and  arm  I.|>ai«in^'  tlironch  tlo- «iiid  »l<<i'v  1  ami  prov  nlcd 
with  tho  pinion  H.  which  oiiiraifo*  wiili  lln.  rack  ti.  and  lormi 
liatinu  with  a  riibhin|r  dov  ice  or  unlieljinc*'  ricidiv  altu  li.'d  t"  ilo 
aaid  arm.  when'ln  it  n'V.dven  with  the  Kiior  «iiiw.|,aiiliall  i  .m  .1, 
H'rilx  d 

S  The  arm  I.  pmv  nle«l  nl  itn  oiilei  end  « itli  a  rniilont  'I'v  icc. 
L,  ax  deacriU-d,  ami  maib  iMcnnililc.  vvhoroby  it  iiiav  Im-  ;uljiiHt4'<l 
t«i  the  maririn  of  lonvo*  of  diffen  iil  wullh'..  111  .  oiuiini.ilion  vvith 
IIUH  ban  i  Kill ,  ii|miii  a  xnitable  fntiiie.  iiv  mcjinr  ol  win.  1.,  llu-ouiih 
the  mov  int  "f  a  lev.  r  m  other  snitaldo  ajront,  the  »«iid  rubliiin;  de- 
v  ice  ii«  caliwvl  to  lirar  down  mxiii  the  margin  of  a  le.if.  nih  the 
anino  fiii-  fn.in  tin  resi.  ami  ciirry  lli.  leaf  ov.r  to  tin  op[«wile 
Hide.  '•iilM.t.iMli.illv  ll'"  «•!  f.irtli  ami  bIiov*!! 

iV  Till  stradille  ( >,  attnehed  te  an  arm  i'.ada[ito<i  ti.  work  up 
and  iloMii.  .IK  ili>i  rihi'd.  hv  inean>  of  a  liinifo.  ami  1  aiiwd  to  riae 
uikI  (all  III  im'Hii"  of  an  e^itoiiMoii.  ft.  of  Ihe  arm  I.  miIu-LiiiIihIIv 
ai>  and  foi  tin  piuihim  ».  t  lorih 

10.  The  (  lainpinv'  d.  i  n  1  .  iiii«i..liii.:  .if  the  >«tnt<  R.  proi  nbd 
vv  ilh  the  »h. .older  t,  utrip  .■«,  hav  mu  the  «1..1j.  «.  workmcr  on  piiif  r, 
pri.pi  tin:;  Iroiii  (lie  atrip  K.  and  v»  lieeU  ir  „  1  m;..  il..  vn  ip  Kami 
|>rop<tiii-  U'VDiid  iho  odfi  tliero..f.  Hi.  v^il,,|.  li.iiij;  .  ,iu»lrULlod 
ami  arr.iii^'i-.l  to  o|«eruti   suUilanUalli  a,«  .i.-M  rii«il 


229,840       lETAl,  PUKCH         l-A 
R.  i.      filtd  Apr.  i.   I6M1       1  S. 


.    P.  Ric  H*  Kii.s     Pri  vioncf 
pnd»l     I 


ClntM. — A  pun.  h  lor  lln   pm  ,    .-..   .p  «  1  lU-.l.  hai    ne  il'  pule  li 
intend  tn{>crill^'  mid  khichvc  fron    il*  ii«  \  Ui  lU  b.m.  .  af  >«  I  forth. 


('Uiin(^^\  .\  l<af  tiiriior  in  «  hi.  h  an  arm  ih  pnolcil  at  one 
end.  in  line  with  the  orntor  of  the  ninoi'-,  to  a  *uitable  frame,  and 
prov  ide.l  at  Its  o|.|MMite  end  nilli  a  nibbini;  device,  aa  i'|H-<'itie<I, 
and  iH  o<>nnej|i«l>t  ith  and  o|H'rat<<«l  bv  imH'haniHm  whondiy  the 
inovinc  of  a  lover  or  other  initablc  appliance  cili'rt'K  tin-  luiid  arm 
to  ««eep  aciinw  Ihe  niii-ie  from  »ide  to  nitU-  tlien'of  and  tin  outer 
till!  1.1  l«:ir  iloMii  ii|".ii  ihe  haf  when  at  the  mar;:in  of  the  luimo. 
and  ali«o  cauwii  Ilii  •^inl  riibhjni:  device  to  revolve  ill  a  dirirlion 
ulwavH  ctiiitrarv  l.i  lliai  111  \<  hieh  the  iinii  iiiovoa,  Knlmtantinlly  aa 
and  lor  the  plll|«ise  »et   follli 

2      The  .  ■iiiiliiiiation.  iip.in  :i  -ml  il.li    frium     ..(    lln     piilh  \    I- . 
hieevi-  K",  attai  lieil  to  vi\<\    [ivllev  .  cord   M.  .011111. Inl   willi  a  -nil 
able   lover,  ra.k    <i,  pinion    H.  and   arm    I.   |>a<«iM:;    Ihp.ii.'li    naid 
kI.m'Vc  K  and  lermiiiiliiii;  »  illi  a  <iiital>l''  rul.lunj  '!>  ^  ni    -ulwlull- 
tially  a^  and  for  lln-  piir|H.»i   «<'t  forth 

:\  The  .■ombinatloii.  ii|">n  a  uniluble  frame,  of  tho  anii  I.  tor- 
iniiiatim:  with  a  rnbbini:  .leM.i  .  as  -ul  forth,  pulley  K,  o|>erated 
bv  eordx  .M ,  ioiino<l»tl  wilh  a  siiil.ibli  lev  or,  projittioii  1.  teniii- 
miliiiL'  with  a  Irani  win-.  I  ami  ram  '/.  miIwI  iiiliallv  a."  and  for  tin' 
ptir)Mmc  di"^  rtU-d 

1.  The  cmloiialnm,  Uj-ui  1  -iii!.il>ie  Iraiin  ,  of  the  .iriii  I,  l.r- 
mmatini;  with  a  riildniii.'  devm.  ax  Ml  forth,  and  liaMiii;  a  nilary 
iitolioii  onnmiini.  atcd  to  it  bv  meaii.«  ol  a  riu  k,  ti.  and  pini.ni  II, 
«lo«ive  K.  imloHinn  i«aid  arm  and  hav  iiiL'  the  |irojcclioii  i.  a.-*  show  n. 
terminatiiii;  with  a  tram  "Iml.  |.nllev  i.  to  vvlmli  tin  n-ar  end 
of  the  Hind  nh^'ve  in  hinjfPHl.  and  to  wlin  h  il  ic  aUi  connected  bv 
a  wpriiii;,  M,  wild  pulley  lioiiis  rovolToii  by  iiKvaiit.  of  a  cord.  M. 
e.>niH-<  t»-«l  to  a  xuilable  lever,  and  .-am  ti.  imlined  toward  the 
frunio  on  oaeh  wide  of  itjt  eonter.  Kiilwlaiitiallv   an  de«crilicil 

r>.  A  bwf  turner  e<>iii|>riKing  an  arm  ti'rmiiialiln;  with  a  riib- 
bini:  dovi<»',  aj<  ai-t  forth,  and  coiinocti'il  with  iiKM'haniHlii  wlion'by 
it  may  lie  omiumhI,  thn>af(h  the  inovpinont  of  a  lever  or  other  «niLi 
bio  aKont,  to  iMmr  down  U|><ni  tho  inari.'in  of  a  leaf,  rub  the  name 
w-jwnito  fnnii  the  r««t,  and  carry  il  over  to  the  opjiiwito  side,  the 
witoir  hi'injt  iiioniit«l  on  «  nK-kin;;  jdatj'.  H.  subatanlially  a*  and 
for  the  pur|Hiae  «p«^^ifie«l 

6.  A  Wtaf-tuniinn  devic*'  oompriKiiiK  an  ami  teriiiinatini:  with 
a  mbbing  device,  aa  aei  forth,  and  o)>or»tod  by  inwhaniaiii  whnli 
canatw  it  to  lH«r  down  np<ni  the  inarjrin  of  a  lejif,  rub  the  aaid  loaf 
freie  from  the  n'wt.  and  ean-v  il  over  to  th<-  op|«»«ite  Bid. ,  in  'om 
bination  with  a  wt  Kcrow.  !»  i.  workinit  in  a  mutable  frame  ami 
hiipimrtinj!  tho  aaid  ann.  with  it*  attendant  nio»hani«m.  w  honby 
the  name  iiiav  l"'  adjiuitod  to  dlffen-nt  levoln,  nulwUntially  :ui  do 
lurilxxl. 

7.  The  ciniibinatioii  of  the  nKking  plate  H  111  t^ntinti.  u|)on 
a  »uilablo  fnniio.  wl-aerew  I>  o.  |HUwinK  through  !Wid  plaU  .  plate 
K,  carryinj:   the  rack  (i  and  o»iii  d,  and   pre\enU'«l   from   tuniiiii; 


229.841        BELT    TKIRTENER        Wiuna    Ii     Rikhait    >i4 

J««ri^    A;  kin  180 »      Rifhnnii!      I  nil         Pi  ltd     Apr     i  ,     iSSO 

'  K  0  ■  0  d  r  I    ' 
/Inrf  —  The-  Ik'Ii  ti(.'litonini:  pullcv  ni.tv   be  ailjustial  In  inoana 
of  till    HI  reie«  centerini;  within  il*  n  .-cv,.!!  I»:iiinc»  a*  wi  II  an  bv 
I  lie  «.  re\i  •  ;il  111.    <ip{i.i>iii    I- ml  ..(  it«  .  a'r\  ;ii_-  fi  aim 


A    ^ 


(  /<(i(«— 111  a  Ix'll  liL'lit.  iitii;:  .lc>ic<.  llii  1  oiiil.iiialioii.  vvill.  a' 
frtiii"'  arraiiiieil  to  appiv  a  Htralimi:.'  pn-wnirv  u|h>ii  iIic  ticlilcmni; 
piilloy  and  Indt.  of  a  lever  pjvonvl  i.i  «.iid  fniim-.  vvlioii  one  end  "I 
HMid  lover  forilix  a  hoiiKilie  f.n  lie  tijlilcliin::  pilllev  ,14111  the  ..Iher 
end  in  arraiiired  I"  !«■  acte«l  OImmi  bv  ad.jUj>tiiiL'  .wirwx  kuIwIjiiiIkiH v 
in  the  in.iiinei  lui  M-t  forth 


229,842       WARMING    AND    VINTILAT1N6        AiijakiiII    0. 
KiDiouT    Hilli>ltl»    lick        Pilt^  Ffb    t     ItftO 

Clatai. —  1  The  within  d««uri >>«■«)  lio.->l<r  ami  fiirun.-e  for 
warminc  and  vcntilatini;  an  aparliiienl.  com.i»tin(.'  of  a  il.>iil.|i 
roL'iKler.  N.  ronm-«'t<"d  with  hoi  ai;  iIihiiiIki  K.  IocjiIiv!  hi  ami 
'  coiiimiiiiicalin;;  with  Huid  a|Kkrtiiiont  by  moaiii.  of  u  diKt.  li.  which 
'  ovli'iidn  to  a  iMiliit  in  wkid  apartineiU  dnitant  fi-i'iii  ili.  h.-ater  .it 
n  Lri»t<ir.  for  a^liniaiiion  of  air  fnoii  room,  and  du.t  M  .xti  ndint:  |.. 
o|x.'n  air,  and  invcrteni  donblo  re)cial4!r  K.  eoiim'etj  il  wiili  drafl 
PH*'  Z.  ami  ventilator  T,  oiniimunieatinL'  with  Klove  .V  am!  amoke- 
pi|><     I,  ni>i|n'<'tivol\ .  loiliflanluillv  aa  «  t  l"rlli 

2  In  a  lieat«'r  01  fnriia»'<^  She  doiibi..  i-rt'i»t4'r  V.  mnmi  imt 
Willi  diK'tii  .M  am!  H.  ami  the  air  eliamUi  K.  for  Ibi  piirinmi  miO 
Rtantiallv  an  doaerilted  and  net  forth. 

.'J.  In  a  hr«t<'r  or  funi»<'«-.  the  inverts!  doiibh  n-gi«i.  i  I  .  'n 
nocl«J  willi  duct  H.  dntft  pijM  /.  and  ventilator  1.  lor  tin  pnr- 
|HMe  anlietantiallv   at  dewrilml  and  net  forth 

4.  Ill  a  hoati'i  or  fiiriiaev.  the  1  iniibiiiation.  wuli  il.<  <t.ivi  A 
and    hot  air   rhainher    K.  Ihe   double  n-eiatir  N,  ilneU  V   and   11, 


OFFICIAL    (JAZKTTF. 


J 


I'LV     13, 


1880. 


the  iKxi.  ami  tli«-  tjl.K-kn  K.  iiroTidt-d  with  pivoul  diiweU  ftlid  nd- 
jimtiiii.'-'K-nw'*  H.  I  lie  nhoh'  Ix-in);  tidiipltHl  to  W  a|)|ilind  t"  thi 
fruiiK'B  i.f  ,  anliii^  <iii:im».  •iilwUiiilully  a»  and  fur  thv  purjwws 
■pc<'ilit'<l 

2.  Th*-  couiliiniklioii.  «ilh  the  tuol-jxml  of  a  luthp,  of  a  tool- 
bliM-k.  !<,,  Iiaviii);  »  oiirv»Mi  aii4  nttchet  fiice,  oiid  h  riiiB,  M,  mir- 
roniKliiiL!  «<>i)  ixwi.  ii<y'ii|>\  mtt  a  horixontjil  plniic  iiiid  hnvini;  v\r- 
luliir  inJifcx  m  ii|N>ii  It*  riir\i'(l  •'lii^iMfiiip-nurfrtrc,  whi-n-liv  the  t<*)l 
Mil!  U-  •u-.iin'U  Ill-Ill  »t  aiiv  ilpiiired  vertical  or  liorixoiit^il  an).'le 
\»li«ii  I  Uiiii|>eil  to  the  block.  itulMitaiitiiilly  an  («■»  I'orUi. 


229.845,  IKTHOD  OF  BUSTII8  IN  OIL  WKLLS.  Jo«s 
SAOd.  eiaiic  Ta»i*ktp.  Wtrr*!  Coiitjr,  Pt.  Fllii  Mar.  II. 
1880       (No  ■odd   ) 

J,\>t)l4^>it^iii 


iiiM-rtKJ  .li.iihle  rt-u'irtlei-  K.  (lr»fl-|'i|H'  Z.  viMitiUlor  T,  .iml  iiii.ik. 
iii|M   .1.  .ni>»tiiiili.ilU   .K  ihturilml  .>iul  ■w-t  lurtli. 

TELEPHONE    TRANSMITTER        Allu  W     Ron. 
S    Y      mi^Bor  to  Ch»rl««  A    C  li«evf  r ,  tam*  pluee 


229,843 

N'W  T...'li 
Piled  Ort 


is;9 


Claim. — Tlic  inithixl  nf  hhutiii)(  ill  oil-well*  herein  tlfwrilxxl. 

tin-  »aiiM-  ciiiiKictinu  in   (irwt  |ilitriiit;  the  toriiwdu  in  |Mwitiou  ami 

tlii-ii  iiro|i|iin((  iiitv  tht^ull  iacoMiwively  two  or  more  caiiM  or  cniM* 

lilltsl  Hith  .1  itoluhle  miliKtmic*^,  an  nail,  whereliy  llie  elmrp^  in  es- 

[(l<Mle.l  iiMil  tiiuiiwj  111  iljr  iimriiHT  milmtaiitiiillv  hh  lieitcrilKHl. 

,     -    -  —  •* 

229,846        GLASS    MELTINB    PORNACE        Ch  4  1L«»  Willi  a  ■ 

Sliatis.  WaitBiB^ter    Ed(U«4       Pll«(t  Jli*  1  i.  1  SIO.      <No 

■•4al.)      Pateatud  m   Eogltid  Apr    18,  H7S. 


ClniiH.  —  l.  Therouitiinrttioii.  »ul»tantiail\  :\n  herxiulie^/re  wt 
forth,  of  two  .liaphniK'"*-  """  having  the  rapwity  of  r.veivin«  ami 
trHniiiiiittiiii{  winml-waved  or  aerial  i  ibratioim,  an<i  the  other  «i'tiii»; 
IV  a  ronta.l  iiprini{  to  uiaintAiii  tlie  i-oiitiiiuity  of  the  cirriiit, 

•2  The  i.Miihiiiatioii,  miljutJintially  *»  hereinliefon-  *et  forth, 
.if  two  \iel(\iiii;  iliaphnitfiiiH  and  iiiteriw»«<<U  coufliietiiiL'  I'utt4m«, 
iM<h  xe^-un-d  uixm  itx  re«|i»>ttive  diaphnicui.  ,iud  with  their  inlja- 
eeiit  fa<»-»  in  routiut,  «hen-liy  their  prr-iwure  ii|hiii  mi  h  othtr  may 
n-atiily  be  a^juMti'd  and  iiiaiiitaine<l. 

3.  The  ri>nit>inatioji,  Rulwtaiitially  a*  lnrei nix  lore  »et  forth, 
of  a  WMiinif  or  «np|>orl.  n  vieldinK  dia|ihrairiii.  a  eonduitinuliutton 
nioiinte<i  thereon  ni  contjvl  with  tho  other  .ondn.'lintrl>uMoii.  and 
an  ailjiurtinn  devni- nhn  h  nunhiU-a  the  pn>w>nre  t>etMrp«<n  thee«>n-  j 
duotinif-hattonn  h>  iiiovintf  Uitli  the  diaphriitfni  and  itn  eondnit  1 
inK-hotton,  thenhv  ronKtitatiiiL'  Ix'th  a  tninHinilline  diaphra«nn 
and  a  preaaun'-nprinir. 

4.  The  eoni  111  nation,  nobiitantially  a«   lii-rrnnlx-fore  "wt  forth, 
of  a  otaiiiK  or   «npport,  two   diaphriiKiiiK.  lonductini; -i'UltoiK  or   | 
cnntit<-t-|MiintJ<  on   naid   diaphra^nii*  in  «  tnleKrapliie  i-innit,  and  | 
moehaniani   for   mutujtily  adjiiiiting  tlifl  di»|>hnM{uiii  and  contai  t- 
[XMiitK  relatively  to  e»<  h  other  to  vary  the  preaaure  of  the  a.nt«ot- 
|xiintn. 

.'».  The  oonihinalion.  milmtantially  a»  hen-iubefore  m-l  forth. 
of  a  eaainif  lonipoiMMi  of  at\jn»tal>le  nootiona,  two  diaphrajfnn 
niountwt  thiTein.  and  an  interixnte«i  »prin«[  whereby  the  dia- 
phrafftUR  may  !»■  a4Jii«t«l  n-latively  to  eacli  other. 

H.  The  lonibiimtioii.  aulixtantially  M  hepeiiilx'fore  »et  fioth, 
of  a  ea«ini{  roiiiiximsl  of  nen-lionn  »<tjuatahly  oonneeteil  by  a  «rew, 
an  elaxti.-  rini:,  a  iliaphraifni  inuqxiwd  betHe«-n  the  rini!  and  the 
a<ljnm«l>le  ««tioiinof  the  liioinir,  and  a  coiitaet-|«>int  witli  nfer- 
enee  to  wliirh  the  di.iidira;.'in  lia*  the  eaimeily  of  Uiiii;  adjuxted. 

229.844.    APPARATD.S  FOR  TURNING  CYLINDERS  OP  CARD 
IN8  ENGINES       BosilS    Rot  .  WoremHr.  Im       Kili-JApr 
21.  1  880       (  No  modtl   > 
/inrf—Thi'  tx-d    «ii|.portin(;   the   t.xil    rent   and    the   real  and 
adjuxtable.  H| 


Claim.  —  1  A  roMtiiiiioui  KlaHM-iuoltiii^yuruHce  hnring  a  Link 
ill  the  form  of  a  x«>>fineiit  of  a  cireic  i>r  oilier  Huitahlt)  nirve,  and 
nu'ini'mton  arran^Hi  on  the  flat  itid«  tber«<if,  a«  and  for  tbu  |>ur- 

jMwM'  deiM-rilx'd. 

2  .V  k'liwx  lueltiiii;  tank  in  the  form  of  a  nuRitiont  of  a  einie 
or  olio  1  pni|x'r  (■^r^  e,  haviit);  a  fettdinn-door  on  the  flat  «id«  tiiere- 
of  and  workin:;-<iut  dixini  arntngod  aruand  tlie  curved  aiilu  there- 
of, ax  and  for  the  pnr]x»ite  d«aeribed. 


229,847  aANQFACTDRK  OF  GOODS  lADI  OF  HARD  ROB- 
BER OK  SIMILAR  MATERIAL  L(Olt(DTlLLll«liiT.Pr«Ti- 
d'lir*    K     1        Plied  May   II.  1180       (N«H*dil) 


-•^^ 


'^ 


^ 


-r 


t'towi.— -Tlic  iiK>tlnMl  of  forniini;  up  artielen  niinie  of  liard 
robbiTor  nimiiar  inaUirial  by  tirnt  nioldin«  or  imprtwsiiii;.'  ImiiiI- 
ing-jn^H'Vwtat  thod<»iriHl  annular  ixdnta,  with  xubmyiaent  InatiiiL' 
and   Ix-mliii-   t*-  tin-   riM|uin-d  aiiRular  form,  nulmtautially  a*  de- 

^irilxwl 


lixil  an'  «'|»>rat4 


229,848  TILE  KILN 
ami  BiRiir  WiCKlti. 
(No  Bodal  ) 


WiLLiaa   Wictias,   Looii  Wicitxa. 
Labaioi,   lid.       Ftlti    Hay   %i.    1880 

til 


l'laim~\     Tlie  conibination.  «ith    the    luthe-lied  T,  of  th 
a.ljuxtable   bliK  kd  l>,  pnnided  «ith    iite*n«   ho  (lamping  them  t. 


JOLV     13,     1880. 


r.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


77 


Claim. — The  (tinibinatioii  of  the  nH-tantrnlar  kiln  ,\,  ItATinf; 
fnrna<-e»i  H,  arraii|!<><l  one  at  eoeh  cormr.  :iml  ttiiex  ('  »  ith  the  flue 
K,  ha»iiiu  dam|xT  K.  and  thechimm.\  (i.  arr.iniriil  ■.•ntralivat 
one  of  the  loim  »idei.  ot  the  kiln  .V.  «  In  lebv  tin  IhmI  fr-oii  liiniacii* 
II  i«  forced  lo  tr^verw  nr.irly  Ihr  vvlioh'    lx"l.\   of  siiid    kiln.  a»  8«'i 

forth.  

229,849.      CARCODPLING 


229,862-  GRATE  FOB  8T0TES  BnotiW  Aitvoit  Boatoi 
Mail.,  aailfior  to  Saitk  A  AitboiT  Slovt  Coapaar  lamc 
placa       FlUd    Apr    17     lltO       (No  aodei   > 


Filid  Jaa«  5.  HSn 
.1 


>  Sn 


JoM>   T    WiLscK    Pltt»lir«    Pa. 
lodfl   ' 


CUnm.  —  .V  for^rirl  lii-m  Imi  himI  ri.iij.lii  .  .iiil.iiiuMt:  tillit.«  n  . 
extendiri;;  from  luu  k  of  llo  |.iii  )mli->  d  tn  id.  jk  ri]ihery  of  tin- 
llant'e  of  the  hull-n«>w.  ami  a  Urulvri  .  11.  ri'^liiu  hImjic  tin  iipixM 
level  of  the  lower  upriyhl  in  th(  path  of  tin  piii  ledr.  ^u!>«:.iMlialli 
ax  wt  forth. 

229,850.  BOTTLE  STOPPER  AND  STOPPER  FA^TE^iES 
WiLLlaa  WnEiL.  Ea»t  New  York  N  Y  Pili-dNov  20,18:» 
Ilrirf. — To  operaU-  the  faxteimiL'  xhhh:  »oke  ti|i»ard  ti.  linu;.' 
xlopiwr  over  Itottle mouth,  then  k"'-''!'  'xittle  in  .nn  Inimi  and  lie 
vok".  in  the  other  hand.  Iiohi  oin'  xiatlonary  .tnd  mm  the  oIIht 
horizontally,  or  turn  e.uli  in  a  direitioii  opixwit''  to  that  of  the 
other. 


Claim.  —  1  In  Ix.tth-xtopjx-r-  the  eoinloiiation  of  an  axially 
xlidinu  111"  k  Iwnd  ami  pl\ole<|  Mike  with  a  <  .im|xinml  xt4ip|x.r  ..nil 
[MiMxl  of  an  up|x'r  lap-piei  r,  a  lowir  cap  pi<x  e,  and  a  riibtxir  xt^ip 
ph',  the  ii|i|x-r  rap-pieee  Ix-iiii;  hilil^;  to  the  yoke  and  pnivideil  with 
side  liiffn,  the  lower  eap  pie..-  tuiiiL'  liiun;  to  a  eeiiur  (lin  of  the 
uplxT  eap  pKM-e  and  pn>vidi-d  with  inelim-x,  and  the  xtopple  Ix-ini; 
Hpplimi  to  till'  lovrrr  cap  piece.  «i  that  by  turning'  the  iipix>r  e*p- 
pie<'e  lo  the  \oke  thi'  hiwr  cap  pi (v*'  and  xtupph  arc  foreinl  down 
into  the  Ixiltle mouth.  ..iilwtantlBlh   a*  m-t  forth 

2.  In  Ixittle-xtoppiTx,  a  cuiniHiuml  xt.iplxr  m.-ule  of  an  iipixT 
cap-piece  liuni;  to  tin  v.ikc  and  pnividcil  with  a  jxTforalioii  and 
ecntir  ifnxivc  fur  the  xame  .it  the  up|xr  xnlc.  anil  with  mdc  liip> 
ami  a  cent*^  pin  .'it  the  under  xide.  and  ol  11  Iohit  jxTforated  c»i>- 
pii'O'  with  rnbIxT  xtupple,  the  lower  eBp-pi>'<'<'  Ixini;  e«'lain«>d  on 
the  center  pin  ami  provided  with  in'linea  and  xli.jix  at  the  upjior 
xidi'.  all  xnlixtanlially  ax  demriU'd 

'^  The  iiinil>inali..ii  .if  an  umiiIIv  niovahic  neck  band  and 
pJMiled  M.kc  with  :iii  iip|xr  .  .-ip  plii  c  hiiiic  I"  the  \  oke.  xaid  cap 
pie«  e  ha>  iiii;  a  lived  center  ]iin  and  xide  lii;;»  ..r  «li«\x.  and  with  a 
lower  -up  pieie  that  i«  n'laiiied  on  the  pm  .'tii.l  provided  with  "»'mi 
cinular  inclined  plane.,  and  nijxiil  «Io'|m  at  the  up|H'r  »lde.  aiei 
w  ilh  a  nililxr  xtopple  at  the  under  »ide.  mil».tunlialh  ax  <»-\  forth 

1  III  lxittleHifop]«'rM,  a  .  ..iii|>.wiiii!  xtiipjx'r  made  of  an  up|x'r 
cap  piiwe  wineli  11.  hiiii:^  t"  the  pi\oti><i  yoke  and  pn.vidwl  with  a 
ccnti  r  pin  ami  Hide  lilt'*,  .if  a  centrally  jx-rforatiMl  hiwer  e4ip- 
piive  that  i«  retained  'Oi  the  .enter  pin  ol  the  iipixr  cap-pitx'e  and 
pnivided  with  xeiiiii  in  iilar  im  lined  plane,  and  i'aix<.<i  end  xloiw 
at  tlie  iipi>er  xide,  and  of  a  riililxr  xtopple  wh  urtvl  t^i  the  under 
xide  of  th.'  hover  cjip  piece,  aiilwtant tally  a*  de*  rilx-d. 

,"«  In  txittle  xUip(¥'r«,the  eoinhiiiation.with  an  aiially-tuniinu- 
nix  k  baud  and  yoke,  of  a  eom)xinnd  »top|xir  the  npjx'r  e«p-pHM  1 
of  which  is  hiin);  to  the  yoke  and  ailapted  lo  turn  therewith  and 
with  the  verti.ally  iiooabl.'  lower  eap-piix-e,  and  the  rnblxT  xlup 
pie.  wher»'hy  the  hiwei  cjip  piece  and  Htupjile  are  forciii  lilt"  tin 
bottlemoiith.  HiilMtantially  ax  xtx't'itiiMl 

229,861.  8>W  CLAMP  WiLiMB  S  Wi»T»»iioTTo»  rtiila 
dalpkla,  aid  Joii  MctiAT.  Coaikekotko  Pa  FilfdJm  It 
IIM  If 


Claim. — 1.  In  conibinatioii  will,  the  main  prat*  A.  slia|"i] 
and  aapiwrtwl  anbotantially  a«  di»«'iilx'«l.  and  im<nnx  for  rwipr.. 
i-«tin)(  the  luiine.  the  prate  < '.  tm  deacrilMNi,  ami  inlaptixl  to  lie  t.ip|x'.l 
in  ndation  to  the  np|#r  \irviW.  but  not  to  U'  i-i..  ipnxatAHl  lliere- 
with.  xntwtAntiAlly  ax  and  for  the  pnr^Kon*  wt  forth 

2  .\  alove  or  furnaf»'  provideil  with  a  mam  tfrale.  .\.  luniiij; 
an  o|M-nini!.  1*,  and  aiiajilixi  tJi  tx-  ii'i  ipnxHti'<l.  with  tin  fnite  (', 
plac«xl  U'low  mill  o|x>nin)r  H.  eaiuibii  ..f  Ix  iiil'  'ipfxd  |..ward  llic 
itxli  pit  dixir,  and  haviui;  tx>lHi.»'ii  lU  iip|xr  niirf  u.  ;iiiil  the  lower 
aurfaee  of  iwid  main  ^ratc  a  lion/..>iilai  1  leariiif  »|kici  .  xnlxtan- 
lially  a*  and  for  the  pnqxiiieH  ximi  itied 

i.  The  combination  of  the  mam  irnoe  \,  rhe  l.iwir  \irMi  .  <'. 
the  pu«li-l«ar  <"'.  and  xiiitabli  .  .iinin  IiiiL'  nie.  baiiixiii  for  o|M'nitiiii.' 
tlic  hiwer  crate,  all  aihiptixl    to  .i|xTat4    «nlwlantial!\   ax  dexi  ritxHl 

i.  The  conibiualioii  of  the  u'ratc  < ',  the  t.'ear  r'.  tin  trejir  t  .  iIj- 
o|x•ratin(;■le^er  r,  the  arm  ■      .iml  pii«li  l«ir  <' 

.')  The  rtimliinalioii  ..t  lln  irrate  (  ,  ilir  w^'im  iital  L'ejio  »'  r*, 
and  meana  for  ri'vuh  iiii,'  lln  t;car  i  ,  >>ijb«t..iiiliallv  a"  Hinl  f.o  the 
|>nr|Knie  deaerilK-d 

tl  The  combinali'iM  .if  the  trralet'aml  tin  (i(M>raf iiil' and  coli- 
liei'tint:  inix'hanixm  di"x<rilH><l  nitli  tin  pii«li  l«ii  <'  and  a  xt..>p.  r". 
for  lixking  the  pnxli  b:.r  111  aii\  d.'MKii  |">:.ili..n.  xiilixliintnill)  «» 
and  for  the  piir|x».c«  »i  t  fortlf 

7  The  comliiiiati.iii  "I  tin  ili.itt  t,  jirev  i.li-«l  with  lln  xlarii. 
(i  d  .  tw  deacrilx'd.  with  tin  bnx  kel  iP .  pii.v  idml  with  the  pMJi-e- 
tioiix  rf',  aiilwtanliiilh  ax  and  for  the  piir|xx««»i  wt  forth 


229.853       BFTTON   FASTENER        SiajiHK  F 
Hail        Filrd   D^t     JJ    I87»  / 


Bit 


0 


c: 


fiarwirli 


(  Intm.  —  .\x  an  improM'imiit  in  ballon  fixtcnerx.  tin  ..nnbi- 
mition.  with  a  ineUllllc  Hliarp-|Miinlo«l  xlapb  .  .if  a  InihlliiL'  liixk 
liavinc  a  notch  and  iiii  aiiiinhir  :;r(xnr  te  ni-tiu  tin  eiidx  ol  vini 
xtnplc.  :o.  wt  f.irth 

229.854.      FIRE     EXTINGUISHER    FOR    CARS       Jorni    Biao 
Orlaiill,  Iowa    _  Fllad  Jlia  1.  I  880       tNeaodal> 

tllliM"'-     ■■•■      ^ 


WV4 

Ctitim  ~~\  Tin  Kt.'ind  -  pl|H  irwrMur  .V  It,  Ihe  xt<ne  orinr 
heater  t  ,  tin  li.>ri/..iiitMl  tuU-  d.  haviiii;  vahe  /.  the  vertical  liiU 
if.  Iiatini;  ^ahe  /  ,  flic  Irvem  k  h  k  .  tin  Hpnn(r  1.  the  ne^lninal 
I  lip  xhaix-tl  plfllf.irm  m.  and  the  !>hII  weitrht  ».  arniniriMl  and  cm 
biin^d  xnlwtaiitiHllv  ax  kIioh  n  and  dewrilxiil,  t<i  in>cralc  in  the  man 
iier  wt  forth.  I'm  tin    pnr)xiMe«  ximi  1  tied 

2.  The  n'»«en..ir  .\  H.  the  Ntove  or  car  hnatt'r  (',  the  \ertlc-al 
Iiilx'x  k  anil  *  ,  the  valve  /  ,  and  Ihe  »t«iii  f  .  haviii);  a  eu|>-«ha|i(Kl 
platform  at  itx  top  to  »np|»vr1  a  hHll  w-ei|rht  and  liftinjt-xpring  at 
ilx  l.iwer  end,  arran^red  and  itnnbiiKHl  to  operate  anhatantially  a* 
and  fur  the  piir|xw«  xhuw  n  and  d«3»terib«id. 

229,855 

BODIES 


LATHE     CHUCK     FOR     TURNING     POLYGONAL 
S:iDrtiiD    Bloci     Boitoa     Man       Fllad    Apr     ti 


1180       '  No  aodel   > 


Cliitm. — The  combination,  with  a  aovr  Idiuli  and  bainll.  .  <if  a 
clamp  conxixtiiu;  of  the  u.ki  ('.  connix  tin::  wn-w  or  pin  II.  and 
ti(.'liteninL'  wrew  K.  cinxnu.  ted  aud  o|Hratiiij;  xiili«taiitiall\  iw 
and  for  the  pnr|xii«   xai  r..i-tli 


3? 


-3. 


■    1 


78 


OFFICIAL    (iA/KTTK. 


jt'iv     i;;,     ,8So. 


f/nm.— In  »  hull.--.  Iinrk   Inr  iiiniiUL:   jm.U  j..it^il   »MHli««.  tlic 

.•.m,l.iu..n..M  ..r  ll..'  ^•^..^ln-  .,..H.|l.-,  I.H.nvlU  a.l)ii»tal.l.-  U,mU 
|,.,v.i,-  iiit..i..r  .Miuii.ii  «li..nl.l.  rs  tor  -u,.i-..iiul'  IK^  I-mIi.-.,  iiid 
.-Mrnur  l..r,.i.  ...    nu-i  f..r  .1.1.1,,.,..-  H.'    -.rk  L.  -  ti.i   I"."!-    «"1>- 

^l;lllt).ll|■■    .l»   «  I    t.illll. ^^ 

229H.'J6  riMr.'NEi)  SASn  FASTKNKR  ANi>  KUROLAI- 
ALARJI  »*..■..'  8u  XK.'  Y...inot'*'=  '>»"-'  FiUdAff. 
12     !S8U        I  Mod...    '  .  ■   .•      1 

/,,„/■  _TI,.-  -:.«...-  >n   l.K  U..I  t...'.tl,.  ,   .1   .itv  iH.inl  n-liUivoly 

,.,  ,.ncl.  ;.tl..-r       A   .1.-. ..,..,.   ..i.r.„   .-    .rnu..'..l  ...  -."".I  "Lc 

i.>.l«    II. I  1.1    1..   !!..     I'M.. I' 

T 


229,858 


2.\ Till"  OHiiliiinli  III  'if  till-  invnUsl  arm   N.  Imving  itn^twiiiL' 
tiMil  It.  iilaU>  Y,  |iniMiicil  iMili  r.Hiu  /  niul  tliiniili-scri'W  X,  nililxi 
•Uvvc  or  ruHlii.iii  I!  .  |"liii'-  iir  itkhx-iikx-c-  A  ,  tu|i)Hirtinf;  iwUl  i  ii«li 
lull  Hiiil  fiiriiiiiiL'  t  iH-aniii.'  fur  i-.hI  Z,  ami  iiiccIihiiimiii  for  ii|>«'nttiiii: 
uriii  N.  «ul.i<Miiili.ill\   .io  14111I  fill  the  |iiir|x>r.<   -nt  furtli. 


229.859        AX:.K   ;.!;BR;.:ATi.R        Silmy    BsoADbliXT     Scran 
tti.  P».      Pll«il   Apr     12     MSn       (No  BOilel  ' 

,  z   1 


(hum.  — I.   Till-  ii|.|«-r  .111.1    l..uri  ^i>-ti<-»  "f  .1  »ii><l.'"    frniiK-.  1 
pr.iM.l.Hl  Hitli  lu.aii^.  Mi.«taiiti.ill^  a-  .1..*  r.U-.l.  fur  !.«  kmi:  tlii'iii  . 
t,.-.  il.ir   in.!  lu   11.  ..|H  ii.-,l  iMwitinii,  111  ...iiil.iii.itK.il  «itli  .111  aUriii 
iiiMl  „„Hii«.  s.iUlautialh   a.^  ..Ii-wii  an. I  a.*nU-.l.  t.-r  .iIhtiUiiil'  H, 
.11,!  ,Hl  111-  saiii.-  mil.-  1...  Will.'  tl...  H-v.,!....   11.  tl...|r  ..i»ii..«1   iHwiti.Mi 

t.,  ilir   «ni.l..w  frail..-  wii.i v.'.l  'I'lKi    »!'  or  a.)»  ii,  sulwUii 

tUUv  nji  itii'l  f.irtlii'  ]miiM««.  let  f.irtli. 

1.   Tlip  wiii.l.iw  frsiii*.  .\.  liaMMi;  .ii»-iiiiiir«  »  o.  ami  the  lM»lt 

(i.  lirtvi-iR   Ik>v..1.-.I  .Mi.l   1.  ami  tli..  Hpnui.'  ».,  111  .•..iiilmml »illi 

an    a!»r.n    .-..nii.-.  l.-.l    with    tin-    l«ilt,   ».il».t.ai.ti»llv    ,w.    .l,-*  riU-.l. 

«l,..r..lM    til.-    H;i«iu<M    an-    I.--W.-.1   t..  U..'  fr.ui.-  .»t   tl,.-  nt   tL. 

.ilanii  in  ikiuikIwI.  »iih«iaiiii:ilh   .u>  «<-t  f.nTl. 

!.  Til..  »;w.li  H  I..1MI1-  -.  r.  vv  ,. 1*11.111;*  "  ''■  i!i  .•"iiiliiHati..i. 
«itl.  til.-  *.«.!.  I  .  .I.'L'  ''.  IM.I  <|..ii.;;  7,  ^""1  !!"■  *•■'■'■"  '"■'■  ''-  *'"' 
tl,.-  .iH.ul.l.-.--  .  iii.i  ...utral  .'.11.1-1.111.  'I.  «,iUUiiliiili'.  -i-  .ii"i  for 
ill.-  iiii'-|«~-  •<  t  t'.rrii  • 

I  n,.  fniii..-  .\.  t,a%iiic  ..i>.-iiii.i."«  »  "■  'li'  "I'rnit'  '~.lt  <<■  haiii- 
ui.-r  7.  .  l-u.].  r,  aii.l  [>Uu-  ..  1-1  .-oi,il.iiiiUi..ii  .Mil,  tl..-  «:i...l..-«  H  (" 
.iml  i.i.-.iiiii.  r..r  l.-kiim  tli.i.i  <>tli.r  .  l-i^-.l  ..1  ..|«'n..l  aii.l  to  iwh 
..(Imt.  «iiI««.ii.!i:iHv    .«   ,11.1  f-r  t'l'    l'iin»>«    -|H-.  ili.-.l 

5.  II,.-  -<  r.  «  l~.ll  n.  r.ir  l.M-kiiii.'  tl..^  *ivU<-*  rilli.-r  .  l.»"-.l  ... 
„,«-.i.m1    aii.l    t.i  Piu  I.   ..tli.T,  111   ....... Uiniif... 11  with   tl.-  in.-.r..,  -,.• 

^uilmllv  a-  ,l..«r.lH-.l,  f..r  l.-liimj  tl..-  «wl..*  t..  th.-  «  im.L.w  f.-* 

,i„l  .M.uii.lmu-  :iii  iiiiiriii.  («r  ll..-  piiri-w  wt  f'.nli 


<lniiH.  —  l.  Tlio  tubuUr  oil  .arlri.l;;.-  liaMiii;  »n.'  ..r  iiior.' 
li.iliw  It  ..IX-  ni.l.'  tlu-n«.riiiih  ami  i.tl.i-rwin«'  liiflil,  in  (■onihiimtii.ii 
Willi  th.-  axl..  liaMii;;  .4  li.il"  f.'r  tl,.-  r.-.-..|.li.in  .>f  llie  ..lU-artruIcK 
.11. .!    a  *-|>:4rat.    ■  i[.  ..r    |.|im    t..  .  l.i-..    Hiiitl    , m  it\   tliflitlv,  «iil»»t»n 

li.ilh    ,.«  <)!.•.  !!'..'. 

-^  rill  ,<...i.'iiiiiiii-.ii  «i!li  till-  axle.  rem. ivalil.-  ml  ranridixi-, 
anil    jilui;  ..1   .<*!>    .(   ti..-   i'ln"  '  witliiii  li.ilos   in    the  axil,  (<ulwl»ii 

!iall>    ,1*  «'t  f. irll. 


229,860        s;  ;!Pr>i<;ii~iN     slide    for   chandeliers       Joh» 
?      Blow»      Bro.  «]»«      ii»«i»iior    In    Diify    t    Oiddimi.      N«w 
!         York.  N.   Y.       F    ,-■!    V-',     :i     ISHO 


229,857       BnX    FASTENER       OnKiii    H     B»«-iilI».  St.  L»»n. 

■  .>.     ni.d  uci.  51.  i»:s  , 


UUUm. — In  c<>llll>iii.iti..ii  witli  tin-  IhU-m  .1  'i.  HUM'  r.  .  laiii|>tM!: 
bl.H  k-.  /.  h  .111.1  .i.!i.i«liii^  «.  n-w  /.  till-  louirl.-  I'-v.rn.  1  i.  tin  \>hiUs 
*  i,  .•  I  .K  ll  -.i-  I  'i..  Iaiii(.int'  liliM-ki.  an. I  lli<"  |iiv»ti«  «  ",  fur  tlic 
IcM-n.  1,  (»iMi.iii){  llii-.iiiK'li  .111.1  .•..iiii..<tini.'  111.-  pliitt-s  *•.  >«n.l  l«"-t« 
IxiiiiR  witliiii  and  intl.'iM  i«l«-iit  •<(  tin-  .■;.«  -.  .  \.'1'<  tl"'  ''"  "nl^'i 
un4a  of  tlio  lovcru  i  n»t  nixni  tl..  iiwi.l.- .>(  tin  .  a^  <  ami  ii-.-  siii. 
jx.rtiNl  tln.p-l>\    «iit>«tii.iii.ilh  ;if  ».  t  f.ntli 

'  I  229,861.     STEREOTYPE       Eli;ahP    Brows    CinriHiti    Okio 
Pllii  Kar.  to,  1110.     lNo«od«l.) 


('7ni«.-Tli.-  Im.x  f*.t«-nii.i;   .  ..nsirm  l.-.l    w   Iti-n^'"    .l.-.ril-.l. 


ri.iim—T\\x  «UT<...ty|«-  j.latJ"   M.  wi-nnMl  t.)  it*  wixhIph   back 
A  by  two  ..r  inor..  l..ni:iluiliiiallv-.>Hli<)iif  Umicupk.  b  h  .  wlii.-h  <>c- 

_ ^  ,  ,.i|.v  ...rr.M.|Mm.liiii:  anxiv,*  n  n    in  tlio  b)M-k,  im  BnU  for  llic  jiir- 

,o„„..iii.  ,.f  nitatalil..  .l.iwnwar.llv -l-n.J<-.-.i"«    L  .luM"-'!  «--■.■  -r       J^^  ^^  ,.  ^.^^^ 

«ir,.H  (    (•  .  .-nantfinu   uml.'i    a   ' >»<    "^   '  l<-««^-  '»    "  •  """'""'  "' 

.I.HU-.1   fr-mi   to,,  to   U.tt.ini  to  r,-..-.v,-  tlic  *ai.l  r..t^uM.>  ».n--  "r     220,862.      B!  .)CI    FOR  IMTIRCH AKOIABLI  STEREOTTPIS. 
|„,.k».  ■>...   >ii.l  f.ir  tin-  |mri»ww  M'I  forth Ilij  »B  P    B  row  ^    Cintiuitl.  Ohio      filtd  Mir   4.  1 SIO.     («• 

229,858.       IILL-ITOMI    DRSSSINft    lACHIMI       WnLiAnB. 

B»3W»uo     Sw«'l  WiHr    Tm      »»ti«ior  »f   git    diK   •'    'i« 

rnkt    to    Sti-plfn    F.oyd    •»■«    pi»f«        F"'*    ■ ""     -"     '"" 

I  No  Bodf  i    ' 
rirti»».  — I     Tlio  r<,iiibinJitH>ii.  .11  ii  iniulimo  f..r  .In-wini;  nnii 
(.toii.-x.  of  til.'  Iiiw.-r  wvtion.  .V.  .n..iinte.t  ii|>.in  i>.-»n»ll..|  r.ill.i^.  tl.. 
inl.Tiii«>.liftl''  ^-ttion.  ('.  I'iM.l.il   ii|x'ii   «Htniii  .V,  ami   th.    nin^  r 
ii.-.-ti.>n.  1).  ..iirrMni:   tin-   .  iittinu'   t.«.l   »ii.l   .unnitinv'   111a.  him-ry. 
Mill  ««tion   l«.inc  .irrHi.ir.-<l  to  -Inl.-  ni"'"  «-.li"ii  •     fiilwUintmlly 
iw  aii.l  for  ll...  i.ur|«wM'  h.-n-iii  «!i  .wn  ami  «(*•.  itipil 


(7„,;„_1     Th.- «k«-loto,i  t,lo«-k  ,\.  h.-ivint' InpiB,  forwipporl- 
linearmil  or  h«r.  C.  i«l.i|.i''!  <"  .-."•piv.-  ami  hol.l  the  imd.lU-  f.>rnip<l 


Jl'lv 


'  J> 


1880. 


r.  s.  pati-at  offich. 


79 


i-liiiniri'iililc  tv|ic-l»I.M-k»  I>  mill  .f4ta.ls  K,  sulwlantially  iv.  ».-l  forth 
2.    Ill  til.' il.'wrilMMl  ..<iiiiliiii:iti<>ii.  tin-  |H.niiaii.'iit  lil.M-k  .\  ISC 
ait.1  tho  ivulilloforiiicii  .^'iKirald.-  tV|n'  lil.wk-  aii.t  .|11;m1s  1>  K,  Fill.- 
xtaiitlallv  iu.  M't  r..rtl. 


229.863.       EARTH     SCRAPER         Ahuah    R     Bt«ki!TT    Troy 
Ohio.      PiU4Mtr.1i    1880       (Noaodd.) 
lirtff — .V  Hrt«>|.  or  wrniwr  .Niiinintini:  of  a  ni.'tal  l«iinl  (riim- 
n.irk  (NurnHl  with   a  li;;lit    material,  lunl    l.a»  11112  a   split   .i.tliii:; 
.xl)f«',  which   ciiibra«'(M«  tlic  front   <h1hi.>.  ..f  Mii.l  fraun-,  a*   alwi  tin 
Uiwcr  t^gos  of  the  stn-iicthi-iuni;  i-ln<<-k-j>lal<w.  to  wlii.l.   th.'  Uiil 
iN  pirotnl.     The  liMull.w  art'  iiivoU-d  to  th.'  Uiil  in  a.haii.'.'  of  it* 
pivot,  ami  carry  a  lioldiiid-.l.iwi.  Uir,  wlii.-li  nwl*  ii|Min  tin-  Uip  of 
the  rear  |M>nioii  of  tlic  woup  iiiii)  m  prox  nlcd  with  a  spring  cJtt.li 
luHtk 


tin-  cihU  of  the  niilR  .if  on.-  Ini.-k  to  |ii-..\  i.l.    :i  ll.i..!:.  ,.  .11   f...  tin 
wlitx-lit,  miliHtantiall.  nn  cxplamcl 

'2.    A  .-rowi-»lirt|i«'.l   .Imir   pnivid.-.l  >.iili   |m mli  nl  .ai-  I...   .  ii> 
lirariii!,'  cifhiT  or  Uitli  «-t»  .if  m.iUn..  »,iUtantial|.    .-.»  v  1  (.nii. 

'A.    In  .'4iiiiliiii-iti.>ll  with    r. 'I -.•%.*. '.I    l.iiilx  r.     \    jt    1 1„    ,  (,  u.-  1 
<-.>unl4'r»uiik  in  mini  tmil«-r«   a.i.1    pr.iM.|.-d  vntl,  .-.u-  ...   (1,1.-..'  it, 
f.ir  einlini.-iiii:  N.-iid  tiii.U'n.  and  bimlini.'   tliciii   in    j.l.u-t .  >ul(.->tau 
tiitllv  no  Met  f.irtii. 


220,866.      RAILROAD     SWITCH        JoKS     K      f  a  i  n       h.-M.-t.. 

H\i*      »««lnirr  in  thf  Ctrei  Sw.irli  foBf  »t  >     l'»r!f..ro    tinn. 

Pll«4  Apr  in  1SS0  (Ho  aodr!  ) 
/<rt(  ^'-—Traill!,  ninniiiu'  n|«.n  (-.ll.i-r  main  lim  m  «i.liii;;  from 
the  dinn-tioii  .>f  the  »nl.  tnu  k  ar.-  ilin-.-ti-.l  ..nl.!  ih.  mai.i  Im.- 
11.1  uiHtt4-r  li.iu  tin-  Hliiliii);  k»  it.  li-froi;  i*  pla.i'jl.  i».ii.l  fnH;  or  pl.ii.. 
linviii);  ilinn-  l>o.Trini:-ntil»,  and  in  .•onitnnation  tin  r.'«  ill.  a  ;.'r.Mi\iil 
tlnnirc  lK«Hrine-lil.w-k.  tin-  o|>i«i«ile  auti-  of  flic  lin.  liHMiit  a  tiv..«l 
main  liiip  rail,  alonjiHidc  ..f  wln.-h  i>  a  tianirc  Im-.-h  1111;  [.|-ii,  ..ml 
pruard  rail.  The  iilidini;  (r.>i;  or  unit.  Ii  w.|..iii  in  ii.ntroil.  .1  '..-a 
wcifhljsl  hati.l  lcvt>r. 


Claim. — 1.  A  dcoop  mnsixtiiiK  of  the  framework  A  H  C  1), 
of  iitont  metal  bands,  and  Uh>  lining  or  IxMly  K.  of  li^ht  material, 
nobiitanliallr  a*  d«iwi-ih«Hl 

'I.  Tb«  obeM>k-plate«  F,  awnn"*!  si  rt»<-h  nidc  of  the  forwanl  end 
of  the  aooop  to  the  hand*  ('  P,  a»  and  for  the  pnr|KNM'  M-t  forth 

.I.  The  cninhination.  with  a  iu'<M>p  conMiKtinp  of  the  frame 
work  A  K  C  D,  lining  K.  and  ch)M>k  plat^M  K,  of  the  Rplit  kiiif.- 
or  acraper  O,  aalMitsntially  a«  and  f.>r  the  pnr|>iM(>  wt  f.irth. 

4.  The  oombinati.in  .)f  liail  K.  pivot<'<l  t.>  the  cliM'k  plHt*>  K. 
liandlm  H.  pivot«<<l  tii  aaid  hail  in  Hdvam-i-  .if  the  pivotjit  cinm^ 
ti.ui  of  the  bail  to  thf!  cheek -pUt<w.  the  i-r.Mi-liar  I.  MN-un<«l  to  siii.l 
handle*  »o  aa  to  rewt  directly  n[xni  th.-  to|.  clge  .>f  the  l«»<-k  j«irt 
of  the  (i«¥»p,  the  catch  h,  and  the  HpHiiir-h.Mik  .'  A.  »e<-iin.<1  to  tln- 
cnxw-bar,  aa  and  for  the  piir]>.ia<"  *'!  forth. 

5.  The  combination  of  fin-  latcli  b-  aecurtsl  to  the  n-ar  of  tin 
BC<K>p,  the  li<K>k  c,  »ecnni.l  to  the  .-n^o  Uvr  I.  and  tin  plate-Mpriii^; 
d,  MX'unnl  t4i  the  irnaK-luvr,  for  en^rat.hnc  with  tin  .i|i]h  r  i-nd  of  Haiti 
h.Mtk  and  ini4iirinLr  tin  .-in;a.i.i'm<-nt  of  ivii.l  Ino.k  ami  i  at.  ii.  ,u<  d.- 
H»-ril.4.d. 

229,864.     HORSBHATRAEK       SounH     B  i- fH  11  E!  L    Ftirport 
M    T       Filsd    Apr    S     ISHfi       'No  «ndfl   > 
/ 


'ir,ttr 


("hum. — Til  a  horw  liay  n4ke.  the  a\le  .\.  liaMnt:  socnrtMl 
therrt4)  c<dlani  I.  forin.Hl  with  lue»  1.  haviin;  liolen  k,  in  .H.nihiiia- 
tion  with  the  drafl-fraiiie  pr.ivid.'<l  with  thill  irom.  K.  havinu  a 
m^hv*  .if  boles,  m,  whereby  the  pin  or  liolt  /  may  \w  witlnlrawn 
and  inserted  in  any  tmc  i»f  the  series  of  liolns  k  with.Mit  chancing 
the  relative  |>t«iti4>n  of  the  draft-frame  with  the  axl...  K>ilM4tiiiitially 
as  and  (br  the  porp4Mi«  set  forth. 


r/rtiia.  — 1  Tli4'  (Nonbination.  with  the  trai-k  rails  A  .\  B  B' 
and  a  «lidin»:  fr.«  having  rails  K  Y  <),  ..f  tlie  bl.«ck  9.  Iiaving 
griH.ve  r,  sulwtantially  as  set  fi>rtli 

i  In  .Htmhinatn.n  with  track  rails  A  A  H  B  and  slidinf 
plate  I»,  ha4iii>;  raiU  K  K  <i.  arranjred  U'  iJt<>n\  a  .■4.ntinuoii»  track 
wlien4'ver  the  bhiI.-I.  lever  is  rnrlical  .ir  h.irisiontal.  a  lever.  *, 
weiifhU'd.  ax  shown,  so  that  it  will  n.»t  nniaiii  al  art  iuti.riiH>di4lc 

|Kl«ltiO|| 

a.  In  combination  with  the  c<mtiniiouK  rail  A,  th*  frofjlnniroe 
(1.  rails  A  and  It  ,  am!  bl.K-k  q  .  with  it*  (rr(»4ive  r.  the  plate  }\. 
having  (fnanl  mil  1.  Miieh  tru.inl  rail  lieing  .iMn|iicly  arranired  with 
n»|ie4-t  to  rnilf  A  .A  .  and  bendmi;  outward  Uiwanl  the  latter  in 
onb-r  to  .lin-ct  the  w  b.^U  u(">n  the  op|HMit4'  side  .>f  the  nar  which 
inny  h«'  travelini;  on  their  ttanire  nis>n  tlie  top  .>f  blrwk  f  inward 
toward  the  middle  .if  the  Inu  k  and  cans*-  tin'  tnsads  of  said  wln^-U 
to  mil  on  said  tnuk 


22Q,867      ELECTRIC  AlAKI  AND  INDICATOR       CniiLiiR 
Caitik    BronklTi    N    T       Filed  1st  5    ISIO       (Vsncdf)    - 


220,866.       RAILWAT     CROSSING        Josa    B    CAtir.Boitoi 
last.      Plltd  Jiir  4.   IISO       (No  Bodd  ) 
Ilriff. — The  intenectintt  bo.!  tinilsTs  an.l   track  rails  an-  ».» 
cured  in  place  by  crnclforiu  metal  chairs  havinx  serunng  ftanf^es 


CUiiHi. — 1  .V  tlisir  f.ir  c^ivrrin^  the  [xnnt  .if  interwelion  of 
til.'  tiiiits'rs  of  a  railway  .-niasini;,  hat  in:.'  .-hanni'lH  to  ri-.-civc  the 
.ikIk  of  till'  raiN  of  tin-  1  an.. lis  tra.  k.*.  .unl  \4  itli  \  )ii]jf  t.i  wiuirale 


CLiim.  —  1.  The  eombination.  in  an  alarm  and  indicat<»r.  of 
the  elt.ctr4v-ma4nH'l,  the  annatarv,  the  hammer  and  bel).  the  ftap. 
a  lalch  U|M>n  the  aniiature  acting  t..  bold  the  Ha)i.  and  the  cin-nit- 
(  haling  spring  u,  whi.  h  ahoi  son'os  U>  move  the  Hap,  subatantially 
as  a|>eci(i4Hl. 

2.  The  C4>nibiiiati4>n,  in  an  alarm  and  indicator.  .>f  the  elec- 
tni  magnet,  snnatnre  latch,  hammer  and  Im'II.  the  ilap.  iirciiit- 
4'ln«er  a.  swit4'li  r.  st4.ps  .'>  anil  fi,  ami  eircuit-<^4>nnecUoiis.  stiliMtau- 
tialty  as  and  for  the  pur]Miaes  aet  forth 

S.  In  eombination  with  the  eli>4-tr<>iiiagnet,  aniiature.  and 
hammer  in  an  electric  alann.  a  bell  sap[Mtrtwl  u|«>n  a  pivotixl 
•mi.  an  that  it  can  Ik  tiimeil  aside  from  the  hammer.  Mnlistan- 
tially  a*  set  forth 

4.  Ttie  ciiiibination,  in  an  alarm  and  in.licat.ir,  of  sii  elee- 
tro-magiict,  an  ariuatiin',  a  lininmer  for  the  lo'll  pn >}4h'I  1  nt;  front 
till'  amislure,  a  dnip  with  a  Ut.li  that  i»  lielil  iliri..-tly  by  the 
aniiiftiin'  hikI  lilierated  when  the  smistiirt-  n-  nnoisl.  KUbelaii- 
tinlly  as  «|H.4'iM«nl. 


8o 


OFFICIAL    CAZETVE 


1880. 


320,808.      Aia    8DN.      WiLLiiB   T     CnA«iiiLiii».    VorwUk 
Coil      liilgior   of  two  tkirdi  of  kit  riitkt   to  Jote^k   B    Do 
Toiig  tilCkirloi  Z    Do  Tout.  Pkililolphii.  P*..  oio  tktrd 
t*  «tok       rUo4  Doo    IS    1171 

Jirif/. A  n>Utin«  «t«n>-o<Kk   in  •rmiiip-d   in  tli<«  i»«<uitf«  !><> 

t««en  th^  nwervoir  in  the  nUtvk  and  tl"'  l«rn-l.  S.vul  r.K-k  li.u  a 
thaiiib-piecc  or  -wmib,"  and  in  o.iiiiw  U-d  witli  .1  niiriiu:  wlii<  ii 
U?nd«  U>  turn  it  when  n-lMWcd  bv  pnllinu'  lh<-  trv^in'r  iiilo  jKxtitiim 
ti>  open  ronimank-stiim  Uitwcwn  th«'  ni«rYoir  »ii<l  b«rn-l  aii<l  al- 
Uiw  the  Nir«{M>  of  the  conipreawxl  air  conlniiieJ  in  tin-  Tnrwvr 


CUim.—l.  The  lioUow  «tJH-k  A  an.l  Ixirn-I   K,  with   the  air 
jMinip   M.   Ill  wniibinalion  with   the  r<*li    K,  having  an  attiuluMl 
linip-r  i.r  thumb  pi«<*,  V,  and  tlie  »\mnf  ti.  .ubnUntialljr  a«  »«m1 
for  the  pnrpoae  wt  forth. 

1  The  pock  K,  having  ihouMeri  r,  in  (-oinhination  with  tko 
di«.I.  link  d,  and  tri«)(»f  K.  and  the  upring  U.  «al«tnntmlly  m 
and  fur  the  parpoee  let  forth, 

3.  Tlie  trigger  K.  in  r.>nihitimn>ii  with  (hr  li|.«W/i»nd  "priag 
L,  and  with  the  link  d  "f  tho  d..;;  I  .ind  .•<»  k  K.  sulwl.uiiiallv  as 
and  for  the  purixim-  m'X  forth. 

4.  The  hoMow  nUvk  A.  Imrnl  It,  .<m\  K,  :in.)  bruiu  h  1»,  in 
(oiiibiiiation  with  the  eoek  P.  «nlmt«iiti.ill>  Maud  for  the  pnr]>«*e 
M>t  fiMlh, 

.").  T1m>  air  imnip  M.  with  tho  f.iot  \\\^''  *,  i"  <  oriil.nialion 
with  the  hollow  «t4Kk  ,V  iind  tin'  brum  h  M  ,  p^o^  hKhI  « illi  .1  o<iek, 
N,  oulmUntiallv  m  ivnd  for  the  puri<oin.-  iw-t  Ibitli 

220,869,  ILA3TIC  FACKD  PRINTING  TYPK  K  1.  «  L  >  u  n 
CltailiLtil  Woitfiold  mlgior  of  oie  li»lf  of  kii  ri«kt  lo 
Slopkii  J    lirdoi    Kowark,  «    i       Fll»d  Dee.  1,  18 /I. 

•y 


(  iiniu  "T\ir  .oiiiliiiiiiliog.  in  mi  apiMmtni  for  eva|M>ratinn 
bniii-,  of  ihf  .  r.v.T.-.l  liriiie-iheat  (1.  who»«<>  h<>tt4Hn  «)n»titattw  the 
top  of  Ihi-  .-..III-  oMii,  pi(K-  L,  coininnnicntint!  at  one  end  with  the 
up(i»"r  jwirt  't  tho  1  hi-tl  <»  and  |«ui<iinc  tlinnitfh  tho  horiwnital  flue 
HI  niiino.li.iti  ioiilH<t«ith  tho  produota  of  o«>iiibinition.  Hue  K, 
brill.-  .ouvoviiip  pip<«  I,  mttling  and  frrwi'liiB  rinternn  .f  .1'  K  K  , 
and  ]>i]f*  .M,  arraiiBod  within  t4i«  iMittoiu  of  aaid  oiaterns,  anlMlao- 
tlnllv  uti  and  for  Ibr  piir|M>»eii  net  fJirtli, 

229,872  ANHIA!.  SHEARS  JOH>  8,  COKIT.  Siltt  PiuU, 
Kitlgior  of  0D1  litir  of  hii  rigkt  to  Natkai  W  SraiUiif 
8ai  Fraielaeo    Cil       Piled   Doe    4,  1171 


rUoao.  — An  an   iiiipniveil   iiiuniifivturo,   a   lyiie  or   l<»tf"tvi>e 
nifuriating  of  the  ruWwr  b-nlv  .V  and  w.KKlon  utitToning   material 

It,  unitod  oolwtantiallv  m  doacrilwHl 

220.870,      VIMTILATOB    FOR    HATS        Kdwii    CHilTiiaAii 
Pklladoljk'*-  ••»       Filtd   liT   IJ    1«««       (MoBodel) 


<  iiiiiH.  —  l  Tho  bl«<leii  .\,  with  their  alianki  C,  nnit«d  at  Uic 
n>ar  rtnl  lui  a  fiik'niiii.  in  o<iinbinatioti  with  the  aprfh^  D,  having 
ita  endK  <>•'<  iinnl  to  tlio  vliankK  ('.  imd  ha\iiie  a  niloniiii,  F,  titUnt 
to  move  belweoii  IIk  |«!irallol  Miditi,  wlion'tn  the  ttMmion  of  the 
sboiti-x  i«  adjiiKlcil,  Jiilwiiiiitiallv  lu  lioroin  doaorilN-*!. 

2  riio  »lioar  bladoM  ,\,  »  itli  tlwir  ithaiika  united  at  the  n-nr 
oiiil.  11M1I  tho  KpriiiK  1>,  bii\  ini!  it^  endii  iwyiirod  to  tho  xhaiikK.  aa 
»boMii.  Ill  i-onibiiiHtioii  uiili  the  c«>ile«l  ehiatio  uprini;  F,  with  iln 
obuipliii;  oiidx  (i,  iMid  Hjiriii);  forming  an  at^joatahle  fuloruui.  xiib- 
ilantialh   a«  and  for  tlio  pur)i<iM-  herein  dc*cril>ed. 


220,873.     CORNICS  HOOI      Jou  DAT,  Brooklyi,  ¥   T      Filed 
Mot,  S.  1S7I. 
/triff—TUe  bnwe  hao  a  fork  at  one  end,  and  tho  coriiioeniMt 
it  fliitt4Mie<)  at  one  pliM«    to  tit  into  the  hook. 


Jj0l 


Vlatm.—l.  A  ventilator  for  hata,  oonaiatinn  of  a  flexible  « 
twnd  the  outer  i^irt  or  cin  uuifennoc  of  which,  at  the  jioint  it  titn 
into  a  h»t,  li  the  mnio  as  it*  inner  girt  or  cirtainfer«n<-e  at  tho 
lioint  it  «U  oil  tlie  bend,  -wid  l»aii<l  beinu  pnividiMl  with  air  i.pu.  on 
and  adaptMl  to  be  oonveiiiontly  inaorted  into  and  worn  with  a  hat 
lliat  flu  the  we»rer,  »o  thiit  the  hat  uaually  worn  will  tit  tho  Ik  h.I 
whether  the  ventilator  U-  worn  with  it  or  not,  aahatantiallv  an  ■«t 
forth. 

i.    \  rtcxible  oval  Iwnd  providinl  with  airHipa«-os  and  a<lrt|>toii 
iU  ouU'r  rirouniferfiK*  to  fit  int^i  a  hat  and  ita  inner  rironiiifor 
once  to  lit  i>n  the  lieiul  of  the  woarvr.  wi  that  tho   hat  will   tit  the 
wean-r  wiMther  laid  latnd  he  worn  with  it  or  not,  unbaUiitiallv  an 

Mit  forth, 

3.  A  ventilat4>r  c«>naiatiii)j  of  a  flexible  oral  luind  foniie«l  of 
two  i»rta  hins«d  togetlier  and  a4Uptt'd  to  he  worn  with  a  hut  that 
liU  tlM«  wearer"!  homi,  and  when  removed  fW>«n  the  hat  to  he  foldi>d 
t<i({eUier  to  occupy  lea*  »|>«cr,  inlwtantially  a*  aet  f«>rth. 

4.  A  rentilaUir  eonaistiiif;  of  a  flexible  oval  band  formed  of 
two  p»rt»  hinired  l^igether  and  a<U{Xe<l  to  be  worn  with  a  hat  that 
»»U  the  wearer,  and  pnivided  with  itovia  Ui  prerent  it«  folding  while 
inaertetl  into  the  hat,  Iwt  when  removed  therefnim  can  W-  folded 
tii^hor,  aobatantiallj  ■•  aet  Airth. 

5.  The  ooinbin»tion  of  a  hat  with  a  ventilator  the  outer  ifirt 
or  circumference  of  which  flta  into  a  hat  and  the  inner  jirt  or  oir- 
cninterenoe  flti  the  heiad  of  the  wearer,  an  that  the  hat  will  fit  tlo 
wwrer  whether  the  ventilator  be  worn  with  it  or  not,  subatantially 
aa  aet  furth.  ^^^^_^.^^_^^^_^__^ 

220,871.      APPilATOS    FOE    IVAPORlTIBft    BllHI        V»l 
P    CtLLiii.  CaoliKtoi.  ly       Filed   Iir  14,  U7I 


t  inwa. — Tlio  i-oniioe-hook  n,  havinif  a  »t;rew  at  one  end  and 
tIattoiK'il  at  the  xido*  riea(  the  other  end,  in  oonibinalioii  with  the 
hru  o  7,  bavint!  a  fork  at  0110  end  lo  re«-«'ive  tho  flattened  |Kirti<in 
of  iIm  lonii.  o  li.«ik  and  an  eyo  at  *  for  an  attaching-«cr»'« ,  itnl>- 
^taiili.illx    a;<  *ft  forth 


229.874  MEDICAL    COIPODMD.      Cillltlii    Dl««iL.  Bait 
H'W  Tom     K    T       Filed   Apr    I.   1»I0.      (Spoetaiii.) 

r/awa.— Tbo  ben'in  deaerihod  compnaition  of  matter  Ui  be 
nM<d  for  iiiedioinal  pnr|><ia«ii,  oonaiatinff  of  May-apple,  Buni-ahx*, 
Kum myrrh,  rhnbHrb.  and  apirita  or  alcohol,  anhaUntially  in  the 
pn>|>onion!t  •iMxitied 

229.875  DEVICB  FOB  TRAHSlITTIHe  CIRCDLAB  MOTIOM. 
Thiio»  S    E    Dixoi,  Ckleigo,  111      File*  Jiio  II,  1SI«.     (Bo 

aodel   ) 


(  Intm  —\  The  fonibination  of  two  double  oranki  united  by 
...iin.<ition»  whu  li  yield  to  preaauw  in  paaainR  the  doad-cent«r«, 
but  an-  iinvieldinir  at  one  or  mon-  other  puiiitn  in  the   revolution 

of  iho  .rankM.  iiibaljuilial^   .w  lU*  rilx'*!. 


JULV      I^,     1880. 


r.  S.   PATENT  OFFICE. 


81 


2.   Tlie  n»Mil>iii»(ion  of  two  double  onviikn   pni\  iiled,  one  or 
hoth,  with  a  ooiin(or|»iHa«5  pla<-od  iioarly  op|HMilc  tho  middle  |>oint 
bctww^n  the  two  oruiik  pina  Ui  lialiun^'  the  wei|rht  of  the   oonini 
timia,  auhatiintially  tui  dearriliod, 

.1.  .V  orjHk  pin  Ixix  or  collar  adjnatablo  nixin  tho  omiik-pin, 
ao  nil  to  l>e  ctt|Kiblo  of  play  themon  only  to  ami  fi-oin  tho  a<i»  of 
Iho  nhafl,  wilwtanlially  :»»<  and  for  the  pnqiow   wt  forth 

4  A  onink  pill  Ini\  or  oollar  iMljiinUiblo  ii|>oii  tho  onuik  piii. 
M>  a«  l4>  l»c  ca|Kiblo  of  play  thoreon  oulv  to  and  fmiii  llio  .i\i»  i.l 
the  idiafl,  and  provided  with  bnflfont.  Knlwlaiiliallj  a»  ami  for  tho 
pni^MH'  a<<l  forth,  • 

5.  A  trunk  jiin  1h>\  or  oollar  li.i\iii|;  a  ro<-Uintfnlnr  et'nlrml 
0|M<iiin)!  and  inado  in  |>ikrt«,  to  iMTinil  of  iii.  ro:Ml\  :i<IJiiHtiii<-iil  ii|«>n 
a  cr»nki>iii,  nuliMtautiallx   :ii«  and  (or  Iho  piirinwe  act  forth 


|>ortion  ]C  and  rack  111.  ami  the  throw-iu\jiu<ter  JU,  all  conatmcted 
and  armnired  aubataiitially  aa  abown, 

2,  .\  o^nnhiiied  or  c«nverUl>le  plait<fr  and  rufflor  attachment 
for  wMviii|;-niarhinci»,  com)MHie<l  of  the  followiiis  oleinontn  or  de 
>  ii-rti,  vim  a  frame,  a  pivottnl  reciprocating  arm  earn  inea  «priiii»- 
blado,  a  fingi-r,  :  acpew  /,  aprin)(  r,  and  pin  25,  eon  nested  wiib 
i«aid  arm,  a  ratihet-whecl  having  pin*  23  and  24,  a  ahafi,  k,  and  a 
ilelont,  a  lover,  w,  having  a  jiawl,  1.1,  aleeve  «,  ann  10,  and  pin  12, 
a  yoke.  r.  it*  notched  portion  16  and  ra<:k  19,  and  a  thii'W  «<i 
jnater,  20,  oonibine<1  and  arranged  to  operate  anbatantially  at 
H|moifie<l 


229,870.  APPARATUS  FOR  PREPARINO  FERTILIZERS 
AirilD  Bdwaihi.  New  HtToi  atitfior  to  George  R  Hop 
pei    Biraiidkia    Com       Filed   Jalj  it    liri 


229.878.      DITCHIMe  lACHINI      Bdwaib  Blatii    St   loilt. 

■  0       Filed  May  11,  IISO,      (No  aodil  ) 
linef. — An  aiijuatable  frame  having  traveling  obaiii.  to  wbioh 
are  aecored  overlapping   platoa,  which  uarry  the  cutting- ihoveln, 
A  lal«rillr-a4)Mtabie  doable-inclined  clinte  oHiveyi  the  dirt  to 
either  or  bath  lidea  of  Uic  excavation,  a*  d(«ir«d 


/  ln\M.  —  1.  Tho  foxl  »oi«i«l  I>  and  ii;ilaliiii;  dovio«'.l^,  adafit^M) 
lo  work  thoroin.  ami  i-oiiHlilnliiiy  lo^iijb.  r  a  piiu'  null,  in  oonibnia 
tion  with  the  grindini:  niilU  .oiiHintini.'  of  tho  rylindom  H  and  ro 
tating  grinding  dvvioo*  T.  milailjinliall*  ax  and   for  tho  piir|iiiw«. 
i«|ie<'iti<il. 

2.  The  combination   of  the  png-iiiill    1>  .1  and   tho   griiidiin: 
and  drying  liiilU  with  the  camiig  pnoidinl  with  the  annular  <  ham 
Ut  C,  the  connecting  iiaaaagiw  ('  ("  C"  t"  C".  ainl  eaciii>o  |«i«aag<* 
C  C",  aa  H]iecifled. 

3.  Tho  combination  of  the  feed  veeael  1)  ai»d  the  grinding  and 
drying  milU  witli  the  dividing-wall  A  ,  ha>  ing  the  direct  Hne  r 
and  valve  a,  and  with  the  caaing  having  the  fluea  ('  ("  V  V  (", 
aiinnUr  chamber  C,  and  eaiavpc  i>aa«age»  ("  ( *,  aa  apoi  itied,  for  the 
pnr|Mi«ic«  aet  forth. 

4  The  combination  of  tho  revolving  nhal^  1.  having  arniK 
I  I'  r  I',  of  dilfcAnt  length*,  and  npir.il  Imm  1  T  C  t'.  oonnooting 
their  extn-initiM  with  tho  olindor  It  and  fiirim»-<  t',  b.ixing  Hiiea 
('  C  t"  ciMinocted  tlierewith.  siilwUiitiall^  an  lni-oiii  »|kx  itio<l.  for 
the  pnr)MM<«  act  forth. 

220.877.      COMBIKBD    PLAITBR   AND    RDFFLBR       Williab 

T.  Bliiott,  Oriige    liii..  aiilgior  to   Sold    ledil   Sowiig 

■  icklio  Ceapaiy,  itae   place.      Filed  Sept    tt.ll7l 

Jiriff.  —  In  mfBing.  the  pin  on  the  ami  of  the  lever  connected 

with  the  immhUo  latr  of  the  mwing  inachine  jdayi  between  theaith* 

of  the  notch  in  the  yoke,  and  ao  givt*  the  nxiprocatiiig  motion  t4i 

tlK'  rnffling-bUile      To  jint  the  jiart*  in  condition  for  plaiting,  th«' 

voke  i*  removotl.  the  apring   i«  put  into  engagement  with  the  n»- 

oiprocating  arm  and   the  jiawl  with  the  raUhet.  and  tl»c  pina  on 

the   ratchet-wheel,  iwiting  againat  tho  tinger  of  the  roviproGSting 

arm  and  in  connection  with  the  apring, (pvc  the  longer  rociproca 

liona  to  the  arm  and  IktiMlc. 


f'iMiM. — 1  The  rytinbination,  in  a  ditoliing-machine  of  an 
endlow  apmn  »iip|>on»>d  on  two  ahafta  and  carrying  ahovoU  n  n  , 
dnve-wln'ole  T.  fraino  H,  with  adjoatablo  ami!  H  .  frame  C.  earth- 
iIiihI  h.  and  whix'U  \  and  li,  ounatrncted  Ui  run  on  the  Ijottoni 
of  the  ditch. 

t  Tlio  c<inibination,  with  the  auppurting  frame  \i  H  and 
ondioNH  apron,  of  the  j<»int«  huving  pivota  f.  aet-acrew*  /.  ivtMinif 
tlirouirh  tho  tixed  liarii  H  and  through  alota  A  in  the  ami*  H  .  and 
liainrer.tmli  ij.  for  the  pnr]MMe  aet  forth. 

:i.  Tho  earth  ahed  or  chute  h,  when  made  a^jiutable  laterally, 
for  tho  pur]Miae  ai't  forth. 

4,  An  eiidloM  apn»n  for  exoavating-machinea.  having  eodleM 
chain*  X  and  tranaverw-  overlapping  platea  Z,  loneely  connected 
to  the  cliaina  and  carrying  altovelt  a  a  ,  anbatantially  aa  aet  forth. 

220.870,      WOOD    PULP    lACBlNE        Hiiit   A     Fiaiiaci, 

leiieka,  Wli.      Filed  Jiie  1  i.  1  810       (Noaodel) 
Unrf  —  Improveineut  on  I^ettcra   I'Kteut   No.  221,404,  daUvl 
Nuveinlier  1 1.  18711 

3 


Clntm. — 1.  The  frame  n,  it*  pivoto«l  recipntcating  arm  •  and  i 
attache*]  apriiig-blatle,  the  Rhun  it.  tho  >  ibrating  lever  m.  ita  alcove 
8,  MiH  10,  and  pin  12,  in  combination  witli  the  yoke  r,  ita  notched 


Clmim^ — 1.  Ttie  mechanism,  aabatantially  aa  dcacribxl.  for  di 
vid'ng  woody  flben  longitudinally  and  compreaaing  them  trana- 
veraely  in  a  continoona  operation,  thi^aame  oonaiating  of  a  aenua 
of  |tair«  of  corrugated  and  fluted  rullera  having  the  etmtiguration 
and  f^'ictional  indentatkm  iteacrihed  and  *ht>wu,  and  arranged 
each  )>air  vertioallj'  below  the  preceding  )tair,  ao  lltat  the  feed 
ahall  lie  fhnu  the  top  downward,  all  in  the  uumucr  ami  for  the 
jmrpoae  act  fV>rth. 

2.  In  combination  with  the  iwrrnjnitod  ndlem  of  a  wiwkI  n- 
during  machine,  the  l>ar»  K  K,  provided  with  oloariiiif  tingera,  ao 
and  for  the  purtxiae  aet  forth. ^^^^ 

220.880,     ITBBIIBS  LBVBB       Joii   Gatii    Portliid    Oreg 

Filed   Kir    I    lll».      (|i  aodel  ) 

<'lnim—\.  The  combinatiim  of  abaft  A,  liinced  lever  H  (', 
and  folding  brace-tiar  I).  *nbatantiallv  a*  ahown  and  dtwribed 

2.  In  lyjinblnatioii  with  »hafV  -V.  folding  l>nwe-har  I),  and 
lever  C.  the  adjustable  aleeve  K.  aubatantially  aa  ahow  n  and  de- 
scribed. 


OFFICIAL    GAZFTTE. 


|l'L¥      1^5,     1880. 


1.    Ill  .  .iinl>mation  with  tlio  Hliaft  A.  f.iiaiiiK  hnM-e-bar  D.  and 
l.vir  C.  tlir  »U-«"vf   B.  it<ljii»tine-iiat  h  ,  and   i««t-»rrfw  ft*.  »uh*Uii 
I  Lilly  :iK  «lioHn  »n.l  <ie«ril>ed,  f'lr  the  parpoBe  •pocifiea. 

229,881.      PUMP    VALVE        H4»TiT    f    Gajull     Lntkport, 


\ 


.-->  .^ 


(III  I  III  —In  :i  [iiiMi|(  \;il\B,  tfic  <'«nil>in«ti(iu  nf  tlic  Ixilt  .\, 
liaviii;;  tin-  «  nw  lliriMii  «  and  llir  itliauk  I41  form  a  iruidinic  "t'-in 
f.i!  tlif  \alM-,  witli  llie  .-huitic  hi>dy  {',  ♦ittia){  avaiuiit  the  U<-tu\  "t 
tin-  Ixilt,  and  tli«-  \in'tal  cup  1),  mlaptt-d  to  be  itrewwl  down  on  tin- 
!miU  auainut  th<-  ciaMti.-  Ixxly,  wlii>n  said  p»rt»  art)  coD»trurt«l  and 
n(HT)itr  milwlHMtuilly  »»  m't  forth. 

220,882.       BYnEAULlC     motor         riiDliici    W      Gosooi 

PillibirE    Pt       Filed    May  !S    1810       (Naaadti.) 


e*,  wIk  r(')>\  in  pnMiiiriNl  a  Kiiddpn  puff  of  hlaiit  and  diaclMrge  of 
cliist.  an  loTctii  d*»<nl>»><i 

;).  Thi'  I'oniliMiatioii  of  the  cnld-hliuit  main  M.  the  rtonnectinK- 
]iip<>  K.  f^iuali/mtr  vrf|v<\  K,  and  the  iiiiulc  H,  projecting  in  within 
the  hot-hlaat  pip<'.  »«  il«'««Til>e<l. 

4.  Tli«  biuitl)' |ii|M>  of  a  hlant-fnrnaro,  ronirtnieted  in  •efrnientii 
K.  Iiaving  lM'vele«i  Hnnirra  and  lined  with  lire-brick,  aa  hen<in  d^ 

■*(T|lHti 

."»  Ill  roiiiliiiialion.  with  tJie  baiitle-pi|ie  of  a  blast -fti mare,  a 
.li|>iiiilmK  hnin<ti.  Ir'.  lined  with  tire-brick,  for  connectin)?  to  the 
|ii\in>  pi|K-,  aa  lit-rtiin  dewribwt. 

K  In  iiiiiibiMalion  with  a  (Ire  hrirk  rejfeneratire  •tove,  a  cold- 
air  main  leatling  into  the  utoTe,  and  a  hot-air  main,  K.  Inadinir  fW>ni 
Ihc  sinve  to  the  fiinia<-e.  a  cold-air  pipe.  R,  (^nnActing  the  oold- 
;ii;  main  M  with  the  Itot-an  pipe  N,  and  a  regnlatin^-Talve,  K,  in 
the  pipe  R,  III  rotiibiiiation  with  automatic  inechanimn  fur  xradn- 
allv  .  lofiini;  mhI  vaho  toward  the  end  of  the  blow,  whereby  the 
Toiuint-  of  I  old  air  i«  cnwlnally  cut  off  and  foni«»d  thronxh  the 
■tnve  aixl  a  stuiKlv  t<'m|MTature  of  the  blaiit  maintained,  aa  herein 
•pec  i  tied. 

229.884.      SASH     FASTBNER        MOAH  HATIil.  S»i  Joi*,  C»l. 
rutd  Apr    i    U80       (No  ■e4«l.) 

■  Hnrf. — Vertical  «tri|»t  are  pivote«i  in  the  winJnw-franie  car- 
ryinif  nerrated  «lrip«.  wtiicli  are  prcMKyI  by  a  Kprin^  aKainHt  corre- 
uponiiini?  .ttnp*  on  the  i»««ti  The  device  iti  optirated  by  a  lerer 
|iroje<lin)f  Uimnifh  tln'  *ill  pliite. 


(.'Inim  —The  mnibination,  with  a  pinton,  a  pintonr>Kl,  a  cnma- 
head,  a  cy'inder  liewl  adapted  to  partake  of  the  pwton  motion,  a 
Talre  and  pipe*  adapted  to  rontntl  the  flow  of  li<|iiid  Ui  and  tntm 
the  cylinder,  and  a  fixed  abutment,  of  a  iiie<bani«m  adapted  to 
IranDiiilt  tn  the  ■  ylinder-Uead  a  iwrtion  of  the  pintonn  recipPK^at- 
iiii;  motion,  anhntantiallv  aa  wt  fortj, 


t  fortjk*^ 


HHT«»»      Pllllld«l. 


220,883.      BLAST     rURNAC 
pki*.  Pt       rtltd  Dtc    10.  1ST8 

rlatai.  — 1.  In  oMnbination  with  a  rcuciuntlive  tire  l.ruk 
»to>e.  the  itdd  blaiit  main  M,  a  pivot-val^t.  the  hot  iilaxt  iiiaiii  N. 
and  duat-diix-harfre  outlet*,  whereby  a  itndden  dim  liarui'  of  lil;uit  .-. 
pnKln«-e<l,  a»  herein  dt»«nl><><l. 

"2.  The  combination,  with  a  regenerative  tin'  liri.  k  «t.n.  .( 
theiiild-air  iiiaiii  M  and  the  i.ihe  '',  with  hini;i-.l  'Hir  <'  ,4iid  Uiii 


f'^tm.— 1  III  I >>iiiatiiin  with  the  wmdow-nach  C,  the  piv- 
oted iniiide  sto|w.  It,  provided  with  the  levers  I>,  upring  E,  and 
knob  P.  whereliv  tin  window  ix  iicld  !»j;aiiij«t  the  outer  Htop,  H', 
to  |in^^eii!  iIk-  I'liiraiiie  of  ilioit,  but  may  Im'  relenwHl  to  l>e  put  Ml 
aiiv  dtwirmi  iHxitioii,  i«ul>i>i.iiiliallv  ax  aiiti  for  the  piirpiMM^  hentiu 
,s<t  t'l.rll! 

1  In  iOiiiiiiiiali'Mi  \titli  tin-  ^iwli  <'  pnn  idcd  with  the  corni- 
Cal^tl  l«iid»  "  iihI  (111-  pnnli-d  »wiii;.'ini;  *U>\m  It.  h.ivin;;  ointnd- 
liii'.'  i.'\tT>  l>  till'  «priii;.'  K.  wjureliy  wiid  wit  i»  antoiiiiitieally 
lu<:kc<i  lit  »u\  |Hiiiit.  and  >.il<  lie^a  yiay  be  diMpenneti  with,  (abalan- 
tially  .m  Iniiiii  dcM  riUd 

229,8B,'i  SSAP  HOOI  AuniD  S  Hlim  New  RtTei  Co«i. 
FiUit  \i>'  i-  i  «*0  <No  Bidel  > 
(VfiiiM  -  y\u  iiii|ii">i'«l  ■•ii.l|i  Inxik  herein  duwrilNtil.  coiiHialillff, 
i'»Mniti.ili\  ,  .1  the  body  .\.  having  iU«  front  end  ovi-rhipiiiii);  tho 
i=.H,'  t  M.l  ..f  till'  loiieuc.  al«o  h.iMii;;  tin-  Iraiimerne  i«-iiili  ireular 
111  I  i  iirv^,|  :;r'»«v.-  <r.  iiiiule  i|i  a  plane  |>«nill<rl  with  the  plane  of 
i-r  i  .....  in. I  ri.Mi  im  nl  tlie  tonijue  H,  liaviiii:  it«  front  end  over- 
lijipiii^  ihe  fr.nit   einl  of  the    Iwidv  of  (he    iMoik.  .tiao   haviiifr  the 


I  880. 


PATENT  OFFICE. 


83 


229.885. 

traii-nenM-  *Mnicirculiir  and  curM'il  frroovr  /),  ma-le  in  ,-i  plane 
parallel  with  the  plane  of  the  l.H.p  and  ri-»t  «.  and  .if  the  apiral 
^|.rm^  <",  iiiih»e«l  in  the  i;r<»>ve!.  <i  and  /<  tH-twecn  the  n»t»  in  and 
11.  and  arnwif.'ed  in  the  «Miie  plain-  with  the  l<">p,  the  fnmt  over- 
1  ipiiiiij:  eiidn  IwiuK  foriue^l  ;is  «liowii,  imlwlantially  iw  itet  forth. 

229,886.      CHJOI  BIT       B    Tyl«r    H«iirt.  New  ai»eii    Com 
Pilrd   Jiie    i.  1880       (N*  aodel   ) 

Jirirf. The  bit  i»  m>  foriiifd   lh.it  on  pulling  the  clie<k  xlrap 

tin-  pr<>!wure  ix  applieii  to  the  iiinide  of  the  :.'nmi»  of  the  horwK 
ii|>lKr  jaw  I  rather  than  on  lln  under  sidi  i  and  l»rtwi'»ui  the  fi-oni 
and  iKuk  tc<'th. 


f  7/ii*i.— The  iinpniMil  <  lie.  U  bit  Inn  111  iI.-m  riU-«l.  1  oii-ixliiiL' s 
of  the  I  iirM>«l  iiiiMilli  pn><  e  11.  c  nrxed  lip  |i;»rl.«  /■  '.  and  like  einl  ; 
piiM^w,  It  H.  all  ainuiiliMl  in  one  and  the  wime  plane,  the  end 
pie^<«,  H  15,  exl^'iidinii  aU.ve  tin  Injiheot  |Hiint  in  the  nnmtli  piixv 
a  and  having  the  riiicx  ",  tin-  bit  U  iim  eonxtrncl*«l  in  one  pioiM' i 
and  fonnetl  tii  oi«enite  in  the  manner  do*  riUnl,  ay  xhown  iind  1 
net  forth. 

229,887.     SPRING  MOTOR       NoMoii   N    HoiiTOii    Kinat  City,  j 
Is.      PlUd  Oct    iT.  1878 
firiff. — All  or  .-iny  numlx-r  of  the  iipriiii.'*  may  l>e  made  to 
oiH-rat/"  at  a  time.      When  tliev  are  o[K'mt<-«l  Hin-eewM  eh  .  eaeli  iw 
it  a|>pnKu-heH  the  terniiiialioii  of  its  iiioveuieut  nde:u«<(«  the  next 


i 

Cliiim. — 1.   The   liNip  or  i-ye  A.  lia>  im;    tin    t»..  Hide    oliaiik 
l«ow»  with    the   slot*  or  iii>«<-ex  »  r,  and    the   two   xnle   nhaiik    cinlx 
with  alotji  or  «piuy»ii  1k!| wwu  thein  ami  the  Hhank-lxiwx  and  jkii-hI- 
li-l  with  the  iiloUffliirsaid  imwo,  HnlMLanliallx  :i>  and  f.ir  lln   ).iir|i<i««e 
lien-i  11  U^fore  iM't  forth. 

i  Tlie  hereiiil»efore-di*«-rilxtl  win  l.xip  or  ev.  ,\.  foniieii.  iw 
itbowu,  with  the  li«xk  n,  the  msiuiratJ-d  xliank  Ixiwx  at  >ip|x«iite 
aidex,  haviutf  the  webbiiiy-loop  eiijn»4;ini:  i»lotii  or  h|iji<<>  <  <  and 
the  aepMrated  ahaiik  end«  al  op|MMtiti'  Hidea,  with  the  xloto  or  itiNutMi 
//lietwecn  them  and  the  Khank-lMiHH,  Tor   the  pun"""'  >"■'   forth. 

.'l  The  hereinU'fon' -  dewrilnxl  Iwiit  wire  hook  or  xtiid  H. 
foniioi  in  one  pi(>»»'.  ax  xhown,  vvlih  the  bead  or  bntl^ni.  amruliir 
iMMik  f.  ik-iniratAHl  xhank-lMiwx  al  opiwwitn  Bidtw,  Inn  iiij:  the  xloix  .>r 
«|M<-e«  (■  r  ,  and  the  i«-)>:ir.ilt«d  *liaiik  eiidx  at  opixwiti  xnli-x.  with 
the  ahftn  or  x|iiu<-i«  /"  /"  U-twi-iii  thein  ami  >v.n.i  "li.iiik  lx.»».  lor 
the  purjxMH   M'l  fortli 

4.  The  eoinliinatioii,  Kiilwt.'tiiiiall\  ax  heriMnlwfon-  x<'l  forth, 
of  the  uebbinu  liav  iiiir  the  Uxip-ende)!  arinx  I  and  .1  of  difTeniit 
U^lirthiA,  the  xtiid  or  Inxik  It,  liaMiiK  the  Imiwk  h  h  and  xhaiik  emU 
/f  H.  and  wvnn^l  l«i  the  lonifi-r  arm  of  tho  webbiii);  by  the  «til<'h- 
inc  k  and  hxip  end  lhen«>f,  and  lh<-  hxip  or  eye  \.  Iiavinvr  the 
bow'ii  ('  ("  mill  xhank  eiidn  1)  P,  and  interlo<>|M<<l  «  itii  and  xtit<-heU 
to  the  •liort4T  arm  of  the  webbing,  ;u<  deacrilMHl. 


220,800.      riRI  WOEK8      KdmuiidS    Hcht   WevBootti    ntn 
Piled  Maj  !'     1880        (No  >odfI    > 


Claim. —  In  eombinatinn,  dink  A.  with  the  radial  itlot.  the  i-jtae 
It,  with  itp  lining  A,  neeartHl  in  tlnit  xlot  ami  o|ieii  at  the  outer  eiid. 
and  the  iMiiled  eiixe  (',  with  it*  tilling  ' ,  and  having:  the  bote  e' 
throuffh  it  at  the  mouth  of  the  cajM-  H.  xnlmtantially  ax  dowrilwHl. 


220.801.      AeRICDLTDRAL  BOILER 
•  •I.  Wli.      Piled  Jki.  17.  1880 


JoB>  W    HuDieii.  ladi- 


VUim.—l.    A  aprlnp  -  iiH>t4ir   provided   with   a  plurality  of 
H|>ring»  with   r»nne«*lmi«  which   releaae  one  by  tlie  nHivemeiil  of  ' 
aiHtther,  and   tliui  IhIhr  Iheiii   into  »ac«««i«e  nction    antomuti-  , 
•  ally. 

2.   Tin'  eonihiiuitioii  of  the  m'rii-w  of  upriuLT   D    I>'  I^*.  aniix 
r,  detent*  V,  trjjrtien.  T,  Mwm'x  S,  and   lui:*   H.  ax  and    for   the  ; 
|mr)MiM'  net  forth. 

,3.    The  combination  of  the  xpniiir"  1>    I>"  1>\  armx  I',  deteiitx   : 
l^.  tri|;^'r>.  T,  and  xto|»  I,  ox  and  for  the  piirixiM-  «•(  forth. 

4.  The  combination,  in  a  xpriiii;  motor,  of  the  w  indiiiir  i«h'<<  e 
V  and  windinpodhirx  I.  ci.iine<ti'<l  by  a  ralcln-t  movement  to 
IMTiiiit  windinc   the  xprinu'   l'.>    a    n.<ipn«iitin)j    movement  of  the 

key,  a»  explainc<l. 

220,888.      WHIFPLRTRRI  HOOI       Joi»   C    HoniiiR  »id   Jui 
TmiAii  A    R«Y.L«o«,I»w».     Filed  Apr   J.  1880.     (NoBodtl.) 


dfitm  —In  a  fnniaw  for  fann-l«>ilerR.  Uie  »h«»>t  ineljtl  .arnni.' 
A.  ha»  iiiR  the  r.'wl  inin  dc«>r  M  and  the  cant  iron  Ix.llom  ('.  111 
eoiiibiimtion  w^lli  the  n-movablc  cHxI-inm  riblx'd  liniiii:  K.  made 
III  OIK-  \>'uti-  and  Hare<l  outwardly  and  npwanllx.  ami  ihe  di«>r  M, 
l.Kiilwl  iix  dex<  rilx-d.  xulwtaiilially  ax  and  for  the  purixnw-x  wl  forlli. 


229,892.      BALING  PRESS       TgoaAl    D     Itui     Nfw    Orleiie, 
Lt       Filed    liy  20    1880       (No  aode!   > 
ft,ir/—T\u'  Im'UI  endxof  the  lie  hkIx  bold  lln   d.x,r«   in  chiwtl 
[Mwitioii  until   n'lejine<l    by  niUlion  of  the  n>il  atfainxl  wlinli  they 
ln-ar  iHi  one  xide  of  the  prmei. 


r/ni»i.— The  e.x-ke\e  K,  inailc  ta)>eriiij;  Ixilli  III  width  and 
thiekiii-xx  fnim  <i  to  h,  ,w  di-«<rilie<l,  in  eoniliiiialioii  with  tin-  Inxik 
(and  a  w  liirtletri-<  <n  e<)iii>aleiit  iirlii  ie.  xiilmlantlullv  ax  and  for 
the  pur|MMw  hen-Ill  •I'l  ••"•ili         ^^ 

229,889.     STOCIINO  SUPPORTER      JabujA    Hoi'H    Bridge 
port.  Com.      Filed    «»J  84     1880       »N»Bodel< 


8+ 


OFFICIAL    (iAZKTTE 


July    13, 


1880. 


r/„i«— Tlif  iiieaiw  for  iiiinulUnoounl.v  ifl<au«ing  tlio  rnil 
d.Min.  of  «  iMiliHif  pn-«>.  oiiuiiwtinK  <»f  llio  liiHik.-*!  .laiiipiiiK  nnU 
I)  ami  tin-  rnlliiii;  Iwtr  K.  i-onibiiiwl  and  iirniiii.'<-*l  I"  i>(>it.iU!  Kub- 
iitaiilmll>  ^i*  mill  for  llic  i>urii<«if  m-X  fculli. 

229.893        POSTAL    CARD        Ctiui    K«h».    8terln«,  ill..  »•■ 
,i,,or  .,r  .).«  h»if  of  hli  runt  t"  Willi»»  F    g.n»t»  ».d  D. 


229.806. 


<  Modal.) 


I 


m4rf;ii«'   tim-cr    1!.  H  liirli    tli'ccr   i»   foniioil  «f   iIh'  oih-  lonliiiuoiiM 
tiin-M<l  of  tho  IxnIv  .V.  aiul  iii:ulr  •dilwrrtiitiiillv  ac  JcwriUtl. 

2    Till-   iiictliiHl  of  foriiiiii);  tlic  f:ilirir  lii-nMii  diwrilx-d,  run 
liHtiiiK  111  kiiiCtiii;;  tlio  ImkIv  A  with  i%  liaiid  knit  ntiickiiiK  Rtitcli, 
aii<l  foniiiiiK  tin-  tliMH«-  It  bv  liM>|iiii^'  tlu'  one  contiinioun  tlirfiml  of 
tli<'  IhmIv    a  -iiul    tlicti  ctitlliiK   till-  Umi|>»  </  Ilniii  jtriMlui-otl,  NiibHLiiii 
tuUlv  •*"  lnriiii  tliovi  II  ^iiiil  iiij«<nlK'«l. 

229,897.       POLDINfi    RACK    FOR    SLEKPINO    CAR    SiATS 
CnxUTiiii    E     Ll'i'i*    AtUgU    Ot       Filed  Jli«  7.  1 880.      CNo 

mi d f ;    ' 


i  liiim.—'r\>f  liiTfiii  <l«*irilx-<l  donbb-  \MmU\\  .iiril  .V.  ioii«i«l- 
iii;;  of  111.-  foldiuK  part*  H  I',  pnivub-pd  willi  nimiUrly  <  iirv.Ml  .xlils, 
foniiiiiv'  inU'rlfukinii  tonsmw  for  nwnriiiir  thf  [»»rtii  t<hr<'ilifr  wbMl 

foldcnl.  »!>  mKritif*!. 

229,894.     PASTimMSFORTHBIKBTIMa  RAILS  OF  SA9HB8. 

Adah  KoLtiid  CmiLiiOsiiiaRtoiStodiikrOkio.aif.i^i- 

nri  of  oi«  third  of  th«ir  rifkt  to  Qaorga  BtckBaon   Jr     iiai 

plic«       Filed  Apr    10    1880       (Hadel  ) 

/liirf  ~.\  liollow  lM>lt   Imviiig  It  key  nitliiii   it   ban  n  liiniing 

motion  In  iiicaim  of  u  siirronndinc  I'IvoIk)  i-«|i  and  «imiilt*iii'oii»l_v 

ii  uliiliiii,'  iiiotioii    1>\    iiii';inK  of  :i  iut;  on  liic  ki'V  ulid  a  cum  |iliicod 

«xtviitri<Mlh    111  I  ill   liiiM'iiijti'. 


CUum. — Tlii-  <  oiiibination  of  a  folding  mok  with  Ihc  Keat-bwk 
<»f  a  nb'opintf-'-ar  » lien  hhiiI  l>ivk  in  providi**!  with  a  mnovabU' 
cOMhiini  which  com  .'uIm  the  rack  diirinj;  tlic  day  u*'  of  tb<>  car  ;ind 
unr«mTi«  it  for  iiw  «hili-  lln'  cnr  i.-<  iirntntfJMl  an  a  »l««<|>rir,  all  sub 
»t;iiiti:ilh   in  '1m    iii.iiiinT  M\i\  for  tlio  )iiir|><iiw;  di-jtcrilxnt 


229,808 

ComiiLL 


•AKKlAitK    SPRINS   AND    RBACB 
Uullon    P«       Filed    Feb    11.  1(10 


JoRii    A    He 


7 

'7«iiH.  — I  III  himIi  liM'kii,  a  liollow  ididiiiK  l»dt  |>riividi.<d  with 
a  liimk.  <■  ,  and  ln){  A,  key  H.  and  iiih  r.  in  coiiibiuation  with  iIk' 
IniM'  plaU-  li»>ini;  therein  Imlc*  <<  rf  .  lulajitoii  to  rinoivc  th<'  nib 
of  till'  kiv.  anil  caiii  a,  nulmtantially  n»  di-mrilxtl,  and  tor  thw 
|iur]<<i>M'  •«'t  forth. 

2     III  loiiiliinalioii  with  the  lioUow  xlidnitr  Ixdt    \ 
within  llic  liolt.  iiiid  JUL'  ''.  the  lKim>-|>lat<>  lla^  iiitf  tlicri'on  .i  caiii,  », 
^ulmtHiitially  ax  and  for  Ihc  |uiri>oiie  Hfieritityl. 


key  B 


229,895.  MACHINE  FOR  FINISHING  LEATHKR  JoH» 
LiiDTitii  Brooklyn,  N  T  ,  tietfior  to  hiasnf  »»J  Philip 
P    Leiktrdt    ■»■«   pliee       Filed   Dee    1    187^ 


f  7«iii«  —  I     In  a  vclii<lc,  a  re  a-h  c«»in|HiHC«l  of  two  (lat  flexible 
lian*  cnrvril  laU'rally  and  havinc  Ihcir  flat  fur«»  or  iiide«  m-l  \er1i 
liilly  t.o   the    horizontal    plane   in   which   they   ao^   arniiii;<'<t.  and 
■•|«riiimiitf  l.ilcralli   and  lun^itndiiially.  Hiibatantialh  .an  sit  forth. 

i.   In  a  vphiclK  uprinif,  the  claatic  equ*li«ing-br*cc«  B  H.  hav 
iiiK  their  iippor  eniln  swnred  to  the  Hide  spring  and  their  opiKwiU' 
or  lower  end^  camtHl  diaK»na".T  downward  to  opposite  »ideH  of 
and  wHMin-d  lo  the  rannitic-(;w»r.  unbatantially  as  »et  forth. 

.?  The  Kprinif  reaihe*  A  A  and  equalixinfr- brace*  B  B,  in 
ronibinatioTi  with  side  »prinK«,  (''  (^.  miliatantially  as  described 
and  sIhh  II. 

4.  In  vehicb-  iipriiiei<  and  reaohos.  thn  combination  of  the  nidc 
sprintrs.  <■  ('  .  the  xpHiiK  nyichcs  A  A,  and  eqaalisinR  bracns  B  B 
Willi  til.  Ii.H.l  l)|.>fk  or  front  axle  and  the  rear  axle  of  a  vohii  Ic, 
«iil»>;.»iiti:ill^   ill  dcacribed  and  shown. 


(Unm—l     In  a  le«thcrtinii«liini{   machine,  the  mmbination 
of  a  r«><ipr.Katiii»:  table  ,urrMii(.'  i  surfiu-.-  tinmhiiiK  plate  with  an 
adjiwUble  tr»ii»»en«>  pr««im>  roll  and  with  an  uitorniediate  .«cil 
LilinK  shell  bavinj?  an  elastic   facini;.  suUtaiitially  a*  and  for  the 
pur^Mine  nixs-itii-d. 

i     In  a  l«itUer-fini«hinii  iiia<hiiie,  the  combination  of  a  *n|. 
l-.rtine   frame.  A,  havinn  anti   friction   ndler*.  and   of  a   r.<  i|in. 
calini;   table.  (",  carryiui{  the  surfa.-.'   linishin.'   plate    K.  »illi    v 
trannvemr   prw-nrr-ndl,  (i,  and   witli   an   interiiie«iiaU'  ■.loll.   1- 
haviiiK  an  elaitUo  facinR.  K .  miUtaiitialli  aH  «-t  f..rth 

:l.    In  a  b^tber-tinmhint:  ma.  Inn.;,  the  sli.Hit   metal   •.li.ill    Y  . 
IwvioK  llie  iaaT-n«U  or  bn».-ea  r,  milwtanlialU  a«  d.»iriU-.l 


229,899       VEHICLE    SEAT    SPRING 
New   York     N     T        Filed    M»r.  S,   1880 


RDWtID     R      MllBILL 

(Ho  model  ) 


( 7/iim  .\  >  ehicle-aeat  ipriun  coiinialinit  of  a  bearing  or  bow 
sprini;.  <  .  biickb-«l  .>r  U  »>>a|K«i  •pring  I>.  piat«  or  atringer  G,  and 
hnukct  I  the  wli.ile  l*in(j  conntmctcd.  connected,  and  operating 
snlwtaiitiallv  a«  and  for  the  purp«ise  described. 


2Q0,896.      IKIT    FABRIC        SmoiL    Lori     New   York     N     Y 
Filed    Feb.  7.  IttO 
riaise.— I.   A  knit  fabric  cnniiiatmn  of  the  Ixxly  .V  and   iIm 


229.900       'ORM  PLOW      AiiL  ■loiiii.  D»rk».  Oklt      Fllei 
H»7   1  0     I  <<>tO       '  No  aodtl.) 


July   13,  1880. 


V.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


85 


228.900. 


220.903 


§1^1 

CUiim. — 1.  The  oombinatioii,  with  the  fhime  A,  of  the  ad- 
jastable  frames  C,  confining  the  pivol«l  plow-l>»»m»  I),  and  the 
rock -shaft  H,  having  adjustable  anus  1,  aalwtontially  «k  set  forth. 

1  The  omiibination  of  the  frame  A,  a<\juKUblc  frames  C.  nal» 
E,  having  hinged  plow-beaiiiR  D,  and  tho  pins  F,  subaUiitmlly  as 
and  (or  the  par)Miae  set  forth. 

229,901  APPARATUS  FOR  CLEANIMft  AND  DAMPENING 
GRAIN  DiTiB  liLLli,  Heeksiieibirg.  Pa  Piled  Apr  i 
11(0       (No  aodil.) 


f'Zatai — 1.  The  ore-oonveyiiig  cylinder  B,  provided  with  a 
piittim,  1),  and  jiiitton-nMl  C,  connected  by  a  weight»>d  or  spring 
liell-craiik  lever.  K,  with  the  rook-shaft  (i,  in  combination  with 
the  <>))eratiug-lever  H,  the  stem  of  a  stamp-mill,  and  a  feeding- 
hupper,  K.  Hutistaiitially  as  herein  dewribed. 

2.  Ill  <iombinatioii  with  tlie  ore-conveying  cylinder  B,  with 
its  piston  I>  cnniiectod  wit4i  the  operating-le»er  H.  the  spring 
ch«rk-l>ar  I  acruM)  the  i>|ietiiiig  of  the  conveyer,  wheruby  iiiaMNtw 
of  ore  art-  pri'venlcil  from  failing  from  the  conveyer,  sulmlaiitially 
as  herein  dettcnlKHl. 


220,904.      BIRRT  BASKET        RoiwiLi,  E,  Morit.  Sii  Frti 

cteeu    Cii       Filed  Feb    14.  1880. 


Claim. — 1.  In  an  apparatu*  for  moMtening  ami  cleaning  grain, 
Oie  graia-spoat  leading  downwardly  Uiroagh  the  fliMirs  of  a  build- 
ing tmm  the  grain-sopply,  and  provided  in  one  of  its  vcrti<»l  walU  \ 
with  a  sieve,  C.  and  directly  below  the  sieve  having  a  w»ste-waU<r  | 
box,  D,  from  which  leads  a  waste-pipe,  I>  ,  in  cimbination  with  a 
spray -pipe  connected  with  an  elevated  water  reservoir  and  extend- 
ing into  tlie  grain,  and  provided  with  a  spraying  device  arranged 
t*  direct  the  spray  transversely  through  the  falling  grain,  all  sub 
stantially  as  described. 

2.  Id   a  grain -cleaning  apimratos,  the   nombinntion  of  the 

■pray-box  within  the  grain-conducting  s{>oat,  the  sieve  in  one  side 

of  the  spuot  opposite  to  the  spray-box,  and  a  deflecting- plate  ex 

teoding  np  (Wmii  the  spray  Imx,  whereby  the  grain  is  deflcK-ted   in 

IWmt  of  the  spray-biix,  sulwUiitially  a*  and  for  the  iiur|»oBC  set 

forth.  .  , .       . 

S.  In  a  grain  ■  cleaning  apiiaratns,  the  combination  of  the 

gTAin-oonducting  sjiout  with  an  interior  spray  box  locattMi  in  one- 
side  of  the  box  opposite  the  sieve,  a  waste-liox,  1),  in  fnmt  of  the 
sieve,  and  a  waste-pipe  leading  fn>m  said  waste-box,  whereby  the 
water,  with  tlie  impnHtios  fmm  the  grain  which  pass  oat  through 
the  sieve,  will  lie  c«>Uecte<l  and  carried  off,  substantially  as  set 

forth. 

229,902.       VALVE.       Join    W      loon.    Ltiiligkirg.   N    T, 
Filed    Apr    18,   18(0 


I'latm.  —  \f  a  new  article  of  manufacture,  a  voiioer  liosket 
provided  with  a  sbeet-metal  rim,  B,  having  casl-uiotal  comorv  d, 
as  set  forth. 


229,906.      SAFE        loiBI    lOILll,   Clitltistl,    Okie       F)!ed 

Apr    3.   18(0.      (Msasitl.) 


W.^.//////>/CT^^rY^T;^.j:v^ 


Claim. — 1.  In  combination  with  a  sliding  valve  of  the  charac- 
ter herein  set  forth,  a  screw-threaded  valve-stem  adapted  to  move 
said  valve  with  rea|»ect  to  its  seat,  said  valve-stem  having  a  spberi 
cal  or  egg-«haped  enlargement  at  the  back  of  the  valve,  which  en- 
largement bean  against  a  wedge  flzed  upon  the  bottom  of  the 
▼alve-cbamber,  substantially  as  shown  and  described. 

2.  !■  a  device  of  the  character  herein  set  forth,  the  valves  C, 
having  arms  or  prtjjections  d,  valve-stems  D.  the  lower  ends  of 
which  bear  ai^nst  the  wedge,  wedge  F.  inlet  .V,  and  outlets  B, 
the  two  portions  of  the  valve-chamber  secured  t<»getbcr  by  screws 
O,  the  whole  ooinbined  and  arranged  to  operate  sub«taiiti»lly  as 
shown  and  deacribed. 

229.908.     OKI  PBBDIB  FOR  CRUSBING  KILLS      Jottrt  0 
loiTi,  8si  Prsiolios,  Csl.,  siilgisr  of  oi«  ktlf  of  kli  rlgkt 
to  L«sitr4  Goii  aid  Hortee  AdsBi.  isae  plate.      Piled  Nov. 
11,  1(71 


"J   ! 
6   I- 

CUrim.  —  1.  The  d<M>r-caae  having  convex  edgm  A,  in  (oiiibi- 
nation with  a  door  having  concave  edges,  as  A  B  (',  and  locking- 
pi^*  K,  aaid  Uxking-pie**  btMiig  iula|>t«d  l«i  slide  l(ctw«>ii  the  inner 
cdgv  of  the  diHir  and  uim;  ami  bo  withdrawn  ihcrufroiii.  aubstao- 
tiaJly  as  and  for  the  puqaim.'  N[KH-|fiod. 

2.  The  e.Hiibinati<»n,  snlisUntially  as  »pc«-ifiod.  of  the  frame 
liaving  convex  odges  A,  the  door  having  ooncavs  edges  .\  B  C, 
the  wedging-piere  K,  and  the  d<K>r-lock,  (aid  wedglng-piece  bein* 
slotted  to  re«'eive  the  bolt  of  the  dMT-lock  U)  secure  the  piece  l>e- 
tween  the  d(M>r  and  casing. 

a.  In  a  safe  having  a  <x>ncavely-edged  door  and  a  convexly- 
odged  d4»or-franie,  the  combination  of  the  curved  l<Kking-pieoe»  K 
with  operating-levem  ¥  and  links  H,  said  l*ver»  being  connected 
to  arbor  I  by  a  crank-pin,  for  the  parpoae  se*  forth. 

4.  In  a  safe  having  s  ooncavely-edged  door  aad  a  convexly- 
fldged  door-fhune,  tlie  combination  of  the  curved  kieking-pieoes  K. 
tlieir  operating-levers  and  links,  arbor  1,  nfltcbed  disk  K.  aitd  a 
hick  the  bolt  of  which  is  adajited  U>  enter  the  notch  iu  disk  K  and 
secure  the  pieces  K  between  the  door  and  its  frame. 

229,906.      CHAIR   AND   CARRIAflB    FOB   CHILDRBN 
'  IsiLii    Sid    Hitsaii    Ladiwid     PklltdelpkU.   Pt 

lor    t3    1((0       (No  aodal  > 
Claim.— In  eorabination  with   folding  cross  legs  A 


Joii 

Pllod 

A   and 


'  anus  I),  the  ftiot-rMt  K  on  leg  A    and  the  tray   B,  which  catcbe* 


86 


OFFICIAL.    (^AZF.TTK. 


fui.v   20,    iSKo. 


229.909. 


iiM.l.-r  *ii.l  r.H.l  r.'iU  jii.l  1."  k»  til.   ,  l,;ur  «  li-'ii  it  i<  lol.lc.l.  4.iI.,I.im 

li.ilh     IX  "  '   rm-lli. 

229,907        Willi)    WHEKL         G«o«(H   A     Br  sm.  8efc»ol«r4ft. 


s 


-A\_\ 


■A?>^ 


<J  4,  ill    <-«iiijiiintioii   «illi    ulitl  /.  uikI    ill    (liffi  !■  Ill    cli«i  im  i>    trnni 

till'  <>]••  II   cIkI   III'    Wlill   xl'it.    III   I'llllllllliatlilll    \tllll    till     ill-Ill     lillllllr 

(",  liuMli;;   lln'  jiiWK  y.  I  iirii'.i|">iiiliM::  i\illi    :ihil    In  i-iiifiiL'i     m  -H'  li 
rv4'«iMWa<  uiiil    to   In'  :iil|ii>li<l  xr  t'liuiiKc^l  Ijirnjii.  .'>iil»laiiii.ill\   u-- 

H|>V<-iliMl. 


229.910.     mVALlD    BBD8TEAI. 
Ohio       rtl»4  Stpt.  18.  It7« 


yumri,     K.tilivnic. 


I.! 


I  hiim  -\     Till'    .i.uililli:»Ii"ii    «f    tlir    lirn.liliu' -  vmw    U    willl 

Hh.in  A.  iiiiii'i'>  -ii'ii  ''.  i"-^'-'  -'"■•"•■'  '•  •""'  "•-■'"■I'll'-  *''''*^  ««.  xiii»- 

»l  iiilinllx    .1-  .ui'l   (■'<■  !l"    liiiriH-i  -  ill  n  III  -.1   tiirTli 

'J     Tli.'i«.  ill;iliii.'-li^il1  'H.  |Tini'l''ii  'Mil'  *'"l«  "■  l«'^>'l  u'«'-trf. 
,1.,.'  I.riNl  H.  »n.-,l..ui.l  <Mii;lil  /..  n,  .  oi,il,n.;.ti..n  with  Hm"  ••lli't 

*  l.n.l   l,.il.llUl.'M H.  •..lUl.llin..ll>    ..s    .I..I   f.T  til.    I.Iin"""-"  l"!-!!-!!! 

«t  l.irlli 

.'J.    Tl...  ...iiil.ili:iti.Mi..f  tlii'wltiN'l   K.  vMtli  lii.lliiu  -l.-ill  h.»UAn 

*,  Willi  xaii.'  M.  .111.1  111.'  -liMft  m.  «Mli  >  nil    I    uHavi  ii:l'l"l  »iii«-l. 

«ill>itUiitmll>  -i*  anil  lor  lln'  i.iiri»«.-»  I.' n  m  -1  t  fortli. 


CUtim. —  I.   In  nil  iiiviihil'-  In  i|.  111.    .  iiHilini.iiiiiii  111   lln    1>.  .1 
Imlbmi  IWriiH'il  i.ltlin-f  liili;:.'.!  -..  Iilh-.  11  1!    V-     tin    IiIIiiil'  iinii« 
l>,  iiiul  nlmfl  K.  for  .i|Mtriiliin;  il'     I" -"I  -' •  H""   ""    "'  '■i'''''  >  ''  n'l- 
4i,  cuiiiiwrniii  uliort  iiriiis  ol"  111.   -.liili  V.  '>iiii  'ii'   -..iH.u-  li 
H|iriiii:-itriiiJ<  for  |iri«wiii-'  ;ii;iiiii-t  lii.-  uinl.  •   -iil.   nl   ih.'  'ih.i  ».i 

litMl,  wli«Ti.li.\  lliu  liciiil  ami  f M.I1..U.  iii.n    i"    ..i..:.il..|  !..-rlln'l 

ill  11  iliri'<'l  Mi.iiiiii'r,  mi1i>i.iiiii.iIIi   .1-  'li  ■>.  ril"'! 

"i.  Till)  rriHiiiilJJ  lor  -iiiil".'!!'!:;  ll"'  i"ll>r>-  ..nil  Imumh".  k, 
liiailr  ill  drIiM'lialilr  joiiiU'il  -.ili.iiw.  iinl  1  niiHi^tiii::  "I  tin'  "iil" 
rraiiH-s,  K,  llic  il«'taili»l>lr  oiiil  r..llir»,  I  ,  nnl  lln'  "»"■  I'l.'"  K 
<..iiiif«till);  tlir  |4»ii^.'ill|ilillill  |ii<in«  of  lli.  "il.  Iraiin-  \<\  I  '- 
ilo\«'lailr<I  joiiilK  ami  rrtaiiiiiiy  •l>l.it.''>,  ^..  iliw  ili.  li.uii'  ^l:l,^  ih 
ilixjoiiili-il  for  ri'inov.il  or  >.liiriiL'>',  Mil>7.t.iiili;ill>    1-  .!.■'<.  1  i!h  .! 


229,908.      SCROLL  SAWISO  MACHINE.      K  n  w  »  a  i.  N  IK  »»,  8»l 
rriiciico,  C»!       Pill..!  D-i'     S     H^s 

llrirf rim   •aw  Ik   rrvolvcil  wttlioiit    nniiiu'    mh'II""    I"   tiK) 

tal.lf  or  fraiiio  in  wliuli  tlic  »a»  m  ln'l.l,  ■«>  lliat  il  will  <  lU  in  auy 
.liriH'tloii  by  iil.'iiiiii  of  kmImI.'.!  «i»  rmU  vvi.rk,ili-  ihn.li-li  Lhihc 
nlwv.-.  luij  liini.'<l  liv  •uiUlilc  ic'^iriiit;  Tl"'  .lir.''  ti""  nl"  tli''  «»w 
la  nifulatol  liy  n  .link  pnividisl  wiih  ri.lial  :;r.>ov.'H  ^i-uml  fo  au 
iiiU'riii«liat«'  nxl  mul  i>|««TatiH!  I.\  the  foot 


229,911.      BLBCTRli'A!.    UAllkilAD     SIi.SA;         T  h  k  J  im;  1,  t    A 
B.  PUTHAII.  M«w  York.  N    Y        !•;.•!   M  n    2  1     !  « T  it 


CUum.~\.    ll"'    l>ii-x«'  .\,  altiwliiil    lo  a    l.«-..iii..liM   .>r   (<Mi.l.'r 

aii<liii'ovitU^lwitlitli.Mint.illi. 111.  till,'  -tiiix.'l  «m'i|iial  l.'ii::il.- 

MMlinxl  W>  till)  KiliiU'.  all  i'i.ii-.trii.  l.-.l  .111.1  aiTiiiC'l  '.iilwlaiili.ilh    1- 
iiiiil  for  llio  |>iir|i<>«'«  wl  lortli. 

i.i 


I  .^ll^l    j^^j.    j,j^,    IMiriNIWM   Wl    101  ill. 

^  It*  -J.   Tlim'oml'iiliHio"  ..r  III.     I'am    a.  111.    ov  irliaiimiu    -In- I 

I ■  ^  1!,  ami  till'  iiH'Ulllc  .•..mlui'tiiiu'  ^lril«<  ->r  siirl'.M-.--  ■-•.  iii'v-l   1"  --t 

— — I    _  I-        -  •     -A.  |,.,«,  all   ii(iistru.'t<'<l  iuiii   arraii!.'.'.!   MilwUiili.ill\   :ii>  ami   fm    1 

.3  |Hir|Mii«it  M't  lorlli 

M  :\.    lueimiliiiiati.iii  uiili  111.    1. 1-.    .\.  tli.    Imi.' .  ..ii.lu.liii;;  -.trif 

E  or  i.liilctami  tin' sliorl.r  .  oii.lii.  lint.' «l"l-oi  I''''''"'    '    .  i'naiic'.l 


ria««.— T1u>  I'oiiilMimtioii  of  til.'  .iiljiiHt.'r  K.  ■.l.'.'v.w  .\  A  , 
»»«  \V.  n«U  l',*ii.l  r  ,  aii.l  int.  nii.'.liat.  -.'.inii.u,  .oiiHtru.  U1I  to 
o|>nn»U'  milnttaiitiully  \u>  «Iioimi  .nnl  .Ic^m  riU.I 


r,  (HI  m    i      r  Ar.R.    Biildi-foril 


229.909.      MA>in    muRoR 
■  •I       F:I»J  ."^'pl     !  1     1  S7^ 
,7„,,«— 1     Til.'   li.iiid  iiiirn.r   Itaxini:  «i(liiii  it--*  '""^    :i  ■Hri.'x 
,,r   ,',•.'.•>«<*   St    iliff.'1'.'iil    ilimt.ui.'.-    fn.iii    il'<    U.lloiii  aii.l  |.r..M.I.-.l 
«illi  a  liaii.tli-  nitrriii-  .^li.l    IkhI*   aii.l    int.  rl,«  kin:;  miIIi  ■«ii.1  "'• 
.,«.»..  «li.-n'lM  -II.  ll  Immll.'  mav  l«'   uljn-l.-l  m  -'"  ''  """''  '"  '-'O    I 
il»  i-M.iit  o(  |.r.i:-.  lion  rr.ii.i  lln-  U^\\   u)    tin    iiiuror,  .iilwl.inti  illv    j 
:m  ii|M.i-]lit-.l. 

•i     III  a  I1.11..I  mirror    tin'  iloll.'.l  .li»k  <     Iiim"-'  tin'   r...  .•.>.- 


P^  a-.  .liw.'1'ibiKl,  *.  lliat  111C..IIII.I.  tiillli.  loii.linloi-/  nia>  U-  a«ll^^l 
U'forc  the  comlurtont  e  f"  ..int.i.  I  vMtli  tli.  roa.l  .  .imlii. Kn.  t..r 
llii'  |mr)io««'n  s|><'iitii>»l. 

i  riii.  r.iiiil.iiiatioii  of  111.'  iiiKiilat.'.!  mail  i.imlinl.ir  (/.  ar- 
raiiKi-il  l.«  l»  |.i'..li'ml.'<l  I'.v  tin  int-winv'  I'H'oiiiotivi'.  willi  lln  '<tri|.» 
..r  |.laH'*  .  '  .  l-.iin-  l.>  I'"'  I-h  ..iiiotnc  or  l.'ii.l.  r  ami  Lirinni- 
IIm'  |«»itivt'  ami  m-'^atis.  |">1.'»  .'I  1  .mutt  ..I  liii-'li  r.'«i-lan.'.'. 
-iilMlaiilialli  .!»  .mil  lot  tin   |.itr|MW)">  s<  t  l.ntli. 

.">  TW  ('"lilliin.lnoi  ol  111.  M.K  k  ti.  U'liriiij;  ri<'\il>lr  im'lilln 
.•oiiililr»or».  III.'  n.v.ri.  (  <"  .  ami  tin  I11l.r11111.1l  Iomt  H,  «rr,iiiv'<-<l 
to  Ih-  ii<'tiiat.-.l.  tliroii'.'li  otlnr  iiiitiiliU'  I.'MTh,  liy  a  wlii'il  of  lln' 
l.K'.mioliv.'.  »ll.t•l.^  ll.i'  ^inl  "ovt-rx  an-  tliiiiwii  o|h'II  ami  tin' 
M<-\il<l.' .omlm  l.M-  |.r..lriiili'(l  -.iiiiiiltainimxh  .  all  arraiiu"!  tool. 
iTilti'  »iil».l.'lliti.ill\  .w  . 111.1  for  111.'  |iiM'|«»«''«  w'l  forth. 

6.  Till'  ...mlnnalioii.  «illi  tin  roii.l  1h'.1  .■..mlinloiT  (..ll»i^lill- 
of  Ihi-  lini^lu*.*/  //  111  1  ^10.  k  (1.  anaiiu'i''!  in  a  i.iiital.1.  Uoiii-in:;. 
of  tlic  I'OMTK  ('  ('  .  iiraiiL'..!  I"  Ix  llii"»ii  "l"  >i  'i'  ""'  »•■"'"■  •'"" 
timl  lln-  ItriutlMii  iirt    |.nilnnl.'.l    In    lln•all^  ..f  •iiiilal.li'   1.  \  .-n.  a.  t.'.l 

li|ii>U   l>y  i«  « li<.<'l    on    111.    1. loltw  .  niilwl.iiitiall,\   it-  ami  for    tin 

|Mir|iiii«i"  .w't  fortli. 

7.  .V  iiM'tal  i-omliK  lor  or  ■ In.  tori  |iro.ji'<'li'<l  Inmi  lli.'  hnuI 

Ik'*!  of  a  niil«a\   li\   iIk'  i  ..iiilniialioii  of  tin-  »l<«  k  «t.  <'om n-  »    •    . 
uilli    |.Ti.l..ii  ^.ti...i-    K    K  ,    in.i    111.    l.-vi-r  11.  .unl,  wliiii    n-intniV 


aAitff-tAti  jy 


]llv    J  3,    I 


880. 


r.  S.   IWTKXT  OFFICK. 


87. 


rinim. — 1.   Till'  ciHiiltiiiatioii  of  tin   |.latforiii  rf.  \i:\\  ini:  n  liolr 
for  tlir  lowiT  I'liil  of  tlic  li'v.T  toi'Tit.'li  ill.  «itli  lln    I.-mt  f.  lia>  iiii; 


lUf  01111  *  iiiKl  l<'«tr  I.  all  loiuitrii.'KMl  lUiil  o|«rati«l  HulwUiili:llly 

Jin  lii-niii  ili-wrilxil.  I.. r  llic  iniriNw.!*  w't  fortli  ,  ,  ,  1  .1        1      ,-     ; 

S    Tl...  ., ...I.Irani 'r.  C  . '  .  an.n,..'.l  f. -^  tlM.  ..n U-  npiH-r  .'ml  .'..iim.-t.-l  to  a  ,m.liani-,.i    ...r  .  I,«in.  .  In    ,l.-ir.    . 

.;,.aml  ■  ,.i- li'.l  "till 'rl.-ilM'".--   -l^- '  '"   ' '"  ""'  "^  I""-  -"-1  '"--'  "!■  ■•;  '■"•'.■  -In    arm  /,  n  li  tin    |.l..t- 

,,.,,.,„  „„|.  tin'  ...Hk  U.  l-ariii.  tin    IIimM. ml.|.  tor,,  ami    tin  form  ».  m  «.'.iml,  ,ul-.lauli..ll,    :p.  -I't    ortli  .,,,,,, 

1    ,.J.fora..m.ti..ml....i.ka„.l.io.r-M .am..n.h  .  m...  ITIi, l.im.lMn,  of  tli.' arm  /  o.  .1..'  li  v.-r  Mull,  tin     .1  it 

|,,r,„    „.  liiuK.il    call    ,.  ami    tin     Hi  1     i-artltlolif    liaMiii:   tin    Imli'- 


,i,iiili;ilh  a»  wl  lorlli. 


229,912.     SUN  SHADE 

luuf   2  4.    ISTS- 


„  n  tliniiiirli  til.  Ill,  ■.iil>»laiiliall\   a«  ili'«.< nUil 


229,914       GEfif.RAPRiCAl    GABEiAKIi        WaithkG     Run, 
S;ii.    Vr..rf,»f"     i;.l         Filfil   »»r     >.      :  S  M.        Iloiirli 


r/.ii»i  —I     Til.'  -111.!.     .\.  .■.■.■.'iitrnalh   l.Hal.-.l  ii|>..ii  it.- sii|»- 

|«,it   ...nl   .i.l.i|.l..l    to    U    ,iiliii-.li->l    In    In.n/oiital    n.l.iln.ii    iiih.II  II  /'/«/».  -1      1 1,  a  n.-rn'sor  |.a.  k  ..f  .ar.l*  « til.  Ii    ip    .li'i.ii.'iial..»l 

Mrln.ii  a\i-  -.>.  iin-il  1..  tin    IhmI.    fra.iio.  in  i'<.ii.lnt...ti.ii.  >.illi  frii'  ^^^    ^^^^    li,.,,,-.-  or  nainr,  of  tin    .><t..l.-  -i    r.rni..ri.-  ..(   il,.    I    -inm. 

,,..„  Murfa. .  -  /'    /.     -nUlantiill.    ni  tin    i.ianmr    .1.1,!    1..,    tl..     imr-  ,  ,,,..  „„.,|,";^|  „,    .|„  „ii„.   ,|n'm  int..   .-nit:.   I.,    lo.'^ I    ,...rall.  U  of 

jKw.-.  Ml  li.rtli                                                                                                            ,  hiiiiiiil,..  oa.  ll  »nil  Uiiij;  .lilli-niilU   ..lionil.  ■.iil.-.t.-iiiliallx   ;i^  Inn-- 

:!      lln    -l.a.l.    .\.  a.l.ii.li'.l  I.,  Ik   a.l.jii-ti  .1  for^.ii.l  or  l.ark«ar,l  ,  .^^  ,,,.^.r|l„.,|. 

11, ,,.11  In.rt/.nilallv    l.».it.,l  iriiiiiiioii-  li.riin.l  \>\  liHip  /.  .11  ...inlnna  i    |„  „  H4•ri.•^  or  (.;».  k  .,l    .ar.l-  vlinli  ai.    .i.-ii;i.al.'.i  l«    III.' 

lion  Mill,  iilot  liiiii.     /..  -  1-  "  ■  liiM.|.  ".  a...l    lok.'  ".  «I..T.'I.>   III.-  ,.^^||,^.^  ,,^  ,^^,„^^  „,.  „^.  fi,.,,,.^  „,„!  'l-.Trihiri.-*  of  tli.-  tiiioii  ami 

-lia.li    iilir.nl.  ...111..I  11.  \<\.u'r  att.r  Uiii^' !i.lj»'«l'"<l.  "nl'-lant  tally  J  ^,j,j_,,^,  i,„„  ^„j„  |„  ,„„„i»  of  Iwrall.'U  of  lalilil.l.-.  tl.r  .iiilliml  of 

.1-  *•  I  I    il'i  liMiic  till-  xalm-  of  Ilic  ..iriU   in   .a.li   ".iiil    I'V  iihmii"  of  a   lij-nn- 

li,    ,  Mil,  ,1,  1.1,    r.ir  ,«  i's..iial  wear.  ll..    iH~t   .1   -u|.i".ii  /,  ^^^^^  "   r.i.r.'«.'.ii,  il-  nlalii.    p.ii.k  in  ii..|mlali.m.  >.nl«la.ilially  :»:« 


piMM.l.  .1  "iili  .,  i.H.ii.  /.  n nl.inali.n.  witli  tin-  >.  rii.  :ill\ -hI.'III.I- 

iiiv'  until.-  '  .iml  «r.  »  .  I.ii.i|'  .'.  N«ln  f.l-  tl„  -lia.i.'  .an  U'  riii*-.! 
oi'loH.n-.l  111  a  1.1. Ill,  i.at.ill.  I  t..  tin  ,\i-  ..f  it-  -tipp.n.  .•iH-ritinj; 
:i-  .iH.i  I.. I    ill.    (.iiiiH.-.-.  -iu«.l..iiimll\   .i»  ■l.'wrilx'.k 

I  li,  ,  .mil. mall. .11  v.mIi  lln  ImmI,\  Iraim.  *iir»-l.-nili:ill>  ah  tlo- 
-,  nU  .1  til.  -Iia.l.  \.  .•<■<  .lln.  ally  Iih-iiIi'iI  ii|«'I.  it"  Hiipix'^  ami 
,ln->|.ii,-  in.ii.  ii|».ii  on.'  ..iili'  tliaii  .i|«>n  ll"'  oIImt.  « ln-n'l>y  lliv 
ImmU   ..I    i!,i    \M.ini    1-   |.rot.'<l<il   atraiiiHl    ll.r  slai.t'ni:  win'i*  niy» 


In-n-iii  .Ii-^rilH'.I 

:!.  .V  wri.'-  .T  |i.ti  k  ..I  •  i'-.!-  'a.  Ii  lia\  in;:  tl"'  tiaiin-  or  lltnrr 
of  a  «iiiL'l.'  J^t'iti-  or  'r.'rnt..r.  niijiriuti  .1  ni-ni  it.  wiid  canU  Imiiil' 
i1i\iil.-.i  ml. I  ,ii!l.-  I'V  imam  or  |.:w..ll.'l-  "I  1  iiiiii.l''  ami  into  cnm|w 
li\    Imc-  1.1    |..ii_iiinli      ami    li:ii  11,1;    lln     r,lalM..    rank    or  i  aim'    ill 

ilatioii    iii.li.  ii.'.l    tinrt'oii,  »ii!>-Mnli.illi   a-  -In."  11  ami  i'O  tlwi 


l-l' 

imn 


Ik  i'i  m  .i.--..  ril"ii 


«i  19  D.  Rcfliat, 

P'»v.df«cf,   R     :      siiigiii.r    !.'  •.ll'   ABTKao  ScrtwCtMJtiy, 


hIhiiiIk-  .lnH.|.,iii:  |«.rti.ni  I*  Minii!:  .ir. 1    to  lli.- i'\|>.w.l   Ki.lr,  I  2'29.915.      I.R  V  1  Tl.  F'R  •'''■■  1!  N  r,  W  I  R  E        'H 

ItaiiiiL'   tin     Inn    ••!    \  i-ioti    •im.Utni.  I.-.I    .i|">ii    tin    otlnr  -i.l.-,  a- 
^IH-.ili.'il 

."i     |„  .■omi.inaln.ii  "III,   ll..    -nil  -l.nl.     X.iln    1  iil.,,!  n   -"  k,  I  ' , 

,,r..^i.l,'.l  Mill.   «lol  ".  lln    axl.     , .  |.,..M,t.  .1    ...H.    n "   jnN.».'«. 

;„..l  Ih..  H,,rMic  hit'li  --.  «lnivl.>  tin    -lia.l.    .  an  I-    1-  k.'.l  L.  ..r  nil- 
l,«ki-.l  IVom  111..  '..i|.iN.rl.Mil».iai.i,..llv  a.-  ..ml   l-r  ll..'  |.i,i  |"~.'»  H.^ 

I. .till 

(1     A  «nii  -l.a.li'  Cram.'  f.-r  tin    U-h    ...iii]--.'.!  ol  m 'i"" 

,,„-  ,H.K..  of  «tn'.  forinim:  m  f^.rt  a  |".r ..•!  th-    »  .u-|l. ami.  Mill 

.l.iiilialh    111  tilt    ina.imr  wt   I.Tlli 

7       \    Mill  «li.nl.     IV; lor  tin     iMHh.  ,,r..M.l..l  «illi    t.il-'"  or 

-lra|.^   ami    In-k-.  *.   I- at.-.l   a-   !•.   loriii   .nl.tn-lil.l.    h"'!"-  f'-r  Hn' 1 
.,,„„„,|o  l..rm -MsiMMi.U'r.  I.ir  till-  l.ai,l.il.".ii-.  •.nl-'laiiliallv   mil..    ; 

iii.iiiinr -I  fi.rth  '7,.,,,,        1      lii    a    wiri'     ilrawiiii;    iiia.  Inn.',    tin'   roinl.iii.ilioli, 

s     A  Mill  -hill,    for  III.    l.a.  k.  .'.m-lrinliil   111  tin     iii.inmr    .1.  ,„i«,.,,iti.ilh    .,-  .IcwriU-.!.  of  tlii' .'.•iliia'-ilnim.  t  vr..  .if  ii|.>r.'  anm. 

>,  ,il«-.l.  for  111.'  i.iir|K«...  ..f  ,.r..\i.ltnu    itt    nr  I'anittL'.    Nl"."  n  tl.,  |,r,,,,.,.,,,,i;  ,,„,u;,r.llv  U'>..ml  lit.    x.rti.al  v.iU  '>l   «.ai.l   .Irnm.  ami 

-nil  -h.nl.    ami  lln'  Link,  -nl.-t.iiil  lalh    .1-  -ot   lorlli  -mlahlt    In.'.  liaiiD-m  for  raiKiny  ami    iiiailitaiiiiiii;  *iiil   arms   in  an 

'..    Til.'  -lia.lr    .\.  ■.nl-lanli.ilh    .1-   .!.•«  riUil,  in    ...nihiiial ,,l,.vatiil  i««itioii.    1- «>t  forth. 

Hilh   shrult'    H.  for  th.'    i«iiri..i«'  ..f  (.r..!.'.  lim:  tin-   In  a.l   .iml    I'a.  k   ■  .^     |  ^^  .^  «  ire  .Irai.  liii;  ma.  Iiiiu.  tlir  .•..iiil.ui.U.,.i,  ..f  'lo-  .l,.H.-.l 

I., .11,  111.-  ilin-,'1  ni>-  III  tin    -111,    ,1-  -<l   I'.rtli  roiliiiv'-ilniiii.  ll.t'  ilriMiiu-nlmfl    for    lln     icuio-.  t»i.  ,>f   1.1, .r.    »nii- 

10  lln  -ha.l.-  \  .11.1  H  '"  .  ■mil.iii  itf.'i  "H'l  '•"  l.o.l.  |,;u„i„i;  mit"  anlh  Ihroutli  wii.l  .Iriim.  t«.i  ..1  iin.rr  taimi  |.««<l. 
I,., on.  all  .■..m.tni.  t.'.l  ami  inuiii;..!  t..  .>i«rat.  in  iL.  ".iinni,  ,,,.,„|,,,.,i  ,„,  .^ji,,!  ,|i;,n.  mnl  Kiiilal.l.  in.'.  U.ii.lsm  foMinioinii  »  l«*r 
ami  f..r  tin'  |iiir|Hwi-  «.l  lorlli  ]|:,i  piudioii  of  *;ii.l  la.iiH,  MilwIalitialU   a»  il.  ■«  rilx-.l 

11  Ih.'  Iia.  k  nli.iil.  U.  I'l  ...iiil.iiMti..ii  with  ,1.  I.n  lial.l.  I.  inl,  t  .j  ^^^  ,^  ^,|^,,  ,!,-,„, .m  i,,.n  Inm  .  lln'  .  ..mi. mat n. 11  .>f  tin'  sl..tt<<l 
;■,  ,.„l„|ai,tiallv    a-    nnl  l.ir  tin    ;.iii  ].•.-.  -  -I   f'"'li  wiliiifj-ilrum.  tin    ilri\  i.ij;-!ihan    l"r    iln     -.iim  .  H»..  or   in..rc   armi 

~ "  iKiM-itii;   ontuanilv    tlironi;!.    «iii.l    .iriini.  an    anntlUr    .li«k    l.-wlv 

229,013        ANIIIAI      TRAP         l.Mi-    !      R.i«»i|.»     Spnonllli-       „|,„|,„,.,i    ,„,    ^n,\    »l,af»    ami    ,.r..M.l.-i    "til,    .  an.K.    am!    MiiUil.l.' 

me,  haniKin    f.-r   partuill*     nM^itiiii:   winl    ili«k.   MiUl.uiliall.    :u.  .h 
?**  riln'.l. 

1     Tin    .M.ml.ii.atioii  of  tin-  i<l..tl.il  <'.>ilini:  ilriim    A.  "liafl    K, 
liiiiift.ll   iiriiiKl'.  miilii>l.    lam-ili-k   K.  and    nnatim;   im>  liaiiiM.i   K 
,//.  Mllmtaiitl.llls   .'W  ami  f-.r  tin'  iniiimw  -|«.-.  ili.'.l 

229.910.     CAR  COliPLING       William   8    S««Fioi.    Kf«  York. 
N     Y        Filtd    lar     i«     USO.      lli»««d(l.) 


8R 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTK. 


July   13,   1880. 


ri4iim.—l  A  (Ira* -bar  or  buiitcr  with  aii  iiiliirKwl  U««d,  in 
conibinatMW  witli  mi  abatment  i?i  the  nsar  of  the  head  and  the 
w.MKi  «llin)(.  or   it*  equivalent,  nubiitJuUially  »»  iihown   and   do- 

mrriNnl. 

1  A  curred  abutment  plac«l  in  tlie  n»ar  of  the  h<!».l  of  i 
draw  l«r  or  iMinter,  iii  aiiubination  with  a  wood  filling,  »obBtmi 
liallv  M  Mhowii  and  duacribvd. 

:j.  A  w<«Ki  Klliiii:,  or  it»  Miaival«nt,  pUmxl  in  th<-  «i«u-o»  U- 
Iw.-on  lli«  hwnl  of  a  draw  liar  or  hunter  and  a  curvtxl  abatniont, 
(tubnUiiliallv  M  shown  and  deiicrilHxl. 


229,917,      CAB  COnPLIMO    LIMK       WiLUUii  3    SiHfton     N«w 
Tork    »    T       r\l»i  MtT    1«.  1«8«       'Mo  ■odtl  ' 


E 


HI 


n 


^r^ 


r/<mM  — 1.  A  nolid  lonjdinir  link  havinn  fulariftMl  \\r,uU  and 
one  <id<'  of  ilio  1mkI>  of  the  liar  ihn.ughoiit  iu  i<Miinh  Urifor  than 
the  olhir 

•J  A  "(did  rou|din(;-link  having  inlarcod  heads  with  htdoa 
then  Ml.  Willi  ^  pill  tixo«l  in  one  of  said  lioU-w. 

229.916.  HAT  FOR  WKAR  IM  HOT  WKATH8R  Josifh  C. 
SiBlliG.  mil  Criitk  Tswiiklp.  W»b4iii«<  Camly.  &tis. 
Fil<d   Ut    tl     1180 


(7<uiM.  — 1.  Tlie  omulii nation  of  ei>vef  n,  nliit  a  .  sprinp  fraiii 
I),  and  hiivl  tuiiid  K,  iiiaile  in  detn.lialdt)  HKetions  f,  sulmtanlially  j. 
aM  and  for  the  puriwux'  fti'l  forlli. 

i.  The  U«>Hd-l«nd  K,  (-oiiijxvMd  of  tlto  W-.  Uonn  f.  ea<li  liiivini; 
at  one  end  h<H.k  r  Miii  at  the  other  iMid  »loW  »"  f',  a»  and  for  the 
iiurjMMH'  iM't  forth. 

229,919.      GRAIN     DULL        JosiPH   C.   8l»Ri«o,  Mlil   Cr««k 
Tawitkip    Wkbiiaiaii  CoiUj.  tiB«       Cilid  0««.  17.  187) 


\ 


rf' 


V 


w  ^ 


r/rtm..  — 1.   The  need  tube  A,  havinn  at  it*  b<»tt«ni  outturmxl 
flanire  1%  and  an  obliqno  orifice,  a  ,  in  its  hiwer  part,  for  induat 
\nii  the  (hokaip-  of  the  deflector  V,  a«  de«oribe«i. 

2.  The  share  I>,  having  anirilar  horizontal  outting  edire  or 
now  d.  upwardly  inclined  i><)rti<>n  f,  and  downwanlly  iiieliiie<\ 
wiiiKii  d*.  haviag  |M>intod  r«ar  emU,  d',  snbstantially  a«  and  for  the 
pur|xi«e  do«crlt>o»l. 

220,920.  VIHIOLI  AIH  gum.  JonPi  c.  •■•tii«.  Mill 
CM«k  Towiiklp,  WikniiM  C«iaty.  Kaai  ril»4  Di.  31, 
1871 


rUtim.  —  \.    In  an  axle-aksln,  the  eonibinalion  of  huttInK  e"l 
larC,  having  part  r,  at  n({ht  angina  to  the  under  Hide  of  the  tpindle. 
and  barkwardly  tnellnol  portion  r  ,  and  tlie  spindle  D,  having  flat 
farm  d'  if  on  two  Ridni  and  the  extended   portion  d  Utwwn  «aid 
Hattcnc*!  jwirtionm  ax  and  for  the  purpoac  net  forth. 

a.  Tlie  hatting  ^dlar  (',  having  \<nrt  r.  at  right  anghw  U>  the 
niMlor  »fde  ..f  the  wpimlle,  ami  the  part  c  ,  Inclining'  Uw  kwani  from 
the  huh,  %»  d«»eril««l. 

220,921.       RAILWAY    9I6IIAL    APPARATUS         Willub     B 
SiBlT.  Iliiiapolli.  Ilii       Filed   F«b    J.  1880 

liriff  —  X  rhK-k  by  mean*  of  a  einuit-broaking  devlee  con 
tmU  a  motor,  which,  in  turn,  »ut»>m»tieally  <>veniU«  mgiialM  in.li 
cAting  departure  of  train*  in  all  direatiuiiH. 

r/««».— 1  An  automatic  alActric  tinie-mgnaling  npparatu* 
ooiwurting.  eiwMiti.illy,  of  the  following  parts:  first,  chK-k  niwh 
aniani  adai>ted  U.  break  the  circuit  at  any  certain  «u<c.»»ive  in 
terrala  of  tim,-;  iiecoud,  a  wheel,  cylinder,  or  dUk  ppovi.lwl  with 
iao|v|>in«  orrwiiiondinK  iu  nniul>er  t.i  the  niinib.r  of  tiim«  the 
rirrait  U  to  be  opcnetl  by  the  clock  dnnng  twenty  four  h.Mim. 
third,  a  eirx-nitHhmer  a<Upte.l  to  rhwe  the  cinnit  from  the  battery 
to  the  aignali.;  fourth,  an  aniiatOa  which  a.  Iu»t<»  the  .irciiit 
eloeer;  and.  liflh,  a  "loU.r  adapt.-.!   to  a,tiiate  lb.   .top  pm  «be.l. 


.111(1  i>riiM(i(Ml  with  (leMcei!  whereby  it  in  »tartf<l   by  tin'  ruloaae  of 
llic   irui.iliiri  .  Kulmlaiitmlly  in*  set  forth. 

•I.  The  (oiiil. illation,  with  .1  whc-l  Imviiig  any  dctiinNl  niiin 
\»r  of  piii«  or  logs  ■WNim'.l  t4.  iU  rim,  a  shaft  pmvided  at  one  end 
with  a  .am  or  worm  aliich  engagaa  with  said  pina  and  nividvea 
the  wheel,  and  at  the  other  end  with  a  toothed  wheel  which  in 
driven  by  a  t.K.thed  wheel  .>f  a  motor  and  a  cam,  of  a  slotted  bar 
and  an  armature  eonne<t.Ml  therewith  by  a  link.  wWarsby  the  ro«Ji- 
li.m  of  said  shaft  oi>eral.y>  to  rotaje  the  itiip-pin  wUael  and  aUo  Ui 
iiutomati.ally  rai*-  tb«  aniiatiirw.  HnlmUntlally  an  wt  forth. 

:t  The  (■.imbiiiatioii,  with  a  ii)ot<»r  and  atop-leTer  connected 
ilicn-wiili.  of  \  nvolving  shaft  pn.vldtxl  with  •  (»m  and  «lott«<I 
(ii.'.k  and  a"  armature  and  «h.lt«l  bar  cmuectod  therewith,  snb- 
>it;niti:»lh  m  wt  furtli 

I  .\  utop-pin  whw'l  providetl  with  a  set  of  pius  equal  in  nutu- 
Ur  to  llie  minutes  in  the  twenty  four  houm  of  a  day,  aubaUntially 
iW  .*-t  forth. 

,".    A  stop  pin  whiwl  pn>vide«l  with  a  stoi>-pin  for  erery  ininnle 
..f  the  day,  and  arraiigtyl  in  spiral  rows  aniund  the  periphery  of 
i   the  wheel.  »ul>aUniiully  as  set  forth. 

ti  \  slop  |>in  wh.xd  pnividi*!  with  two  or  more  seta  of  stop 
pins,  ea.li  set  having  a  stoi»-pin  for  every  minute  of  the  day,  and 
.irrangt-1  in  spiral  niws  around  the  periphery  of  the  wheel,  »ttl>- 
slantlally  a*  set  forth 

7.  The  lyiiiibinatioii,  with  a  stop  pin  wheel  or  cylinder  having 
Its  [icriphery  provide*!  with  sU»p-pins  for  every  luinutc  of  the  day, 
..f  a  ( ir. ml  i  loeer  and  an  armature  for  actuating  the  cirunit-cloaer, 
NiilwUiitislly  as  "«"t  rortb. 

S    The Combinalioii.  with  »  wheel  or  cylinder  having  apiral 

j  row«  of  slop-pins  insert.-.!  in  ita  [leriphory,  of  a circuitHhmer  frame 

i  iiiid  iii.M  banism  for  moving  miid   frame  transversely  acroaa  one  of 

(he  spiral  rows  of  stop  pins  once  in  every  cmiplete   revolution  "f 

'  Hikid  wlie<-l.  sulwtaiitially  as  s«'t  forth. 

!l    The  (•..iiibiitatioii.  with  the  st.>p  pin  whesl,  .>f  a  stati.Miary 
fr.iiiie  pnoi.b'.l  with  one  or  more  metal  stri|w  coiineiting  with  the 
li.ittery  <  ircnit,  and   a  ro<ipr<H-ating  fraiiio  having  cinuit-cloaera 
i  hinge.!  or  pivot.*.!  th«p.<t.>,  subatantially  as  set  forth. 

10    The  c.imbination.  with  the  sUip-pin  wh«M'l,  .)f  a  stati.»nary 

frame  provide.!  with  one  or  iuon<  ineUl  strips  cinnwting  witli  the 

■  l.strir  cm  Hit,  of  a  rwiprocating  frame  having  cinuit-ch«ers 

lunged  or  pivotal  thereto,  and  flexible  condn<-ti>r»  atta<hod  at  one 

i  .11.1  t.>  said   hnig««l   cireuit-eloaers  and  at  .»pp<ieite  ends  with  bul- 

'  I. ins  i>r  binding  (MwU  («tnneeted  by  wir«i  with  the  signals,  suliataQ- 

j  lialh  as  set  forth 

1  U    The   combinatmn,  with  the  pocipmeating  cirenil-<-ln«er 

■  (nime,  of   inc.  hanism   ciiinecte.!  with  IIm-  sU.p-pin  wlieol,  and  a 

r.«k  shaft  for  iimviiur  the  fninic  in  oiii'  diny-tion.  an.l  a  spring  or 

weight  for  m.)viiiL'  the  frame  in  the  opjsiaite  dir«'«"tion,  aulwtan 

lialK  a*  set  forth 

12.  The  combiiiatiim,  witli  a  cam  driven  by  nio.hanisni  con 
oc  t.*.!  with   til.    ;.xU    of  the  st..|Hpin  wheel,  of  a  rock-sliaft   pn.- 


r.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


July    13,    1880. 

vided  with  an  arm  engajong  with  said  cam  and  provided  at  ito 
opiMwite  end  witli  an  arm  ei»gaging  with  the  roiipnK-ating  circuit- 
chwed  frame,  sulieUntially  as  set  forth 

l.i.  The  oonibinatiiMi.  with  the  ro<ii>n>oating  frame  or  car- 
riage and  circuit-,  loeer  arms  lunged  or  pivoted  then-U..  ..f  a  crank 
arm  for  raising  said  circuit-cloeer  arms  simultaneously.  sii!»t«ii- 

tiallv  as  set  fortli. 

U.  Tlie  combination,  with  the  retipnM-ating  circuit  cl<«».'r 
frame  and  crank  shaft  or  arm  f..r  raising  the  several  cinnit- 
.l.iecrs.  of  a  n>d  or  bar  connecU-d  witli  the  short  arm  of  the  arma- 
tnr«>  and  adapted  to  engage  with  an  arm  coiine«-t«!  with  said 
crank  shaft  and  opt-rate  the  Utter  tlmmghimt  any  (lart  i»f  it*  travel, 
suliftantiallv  an  aet  forth. 

15.  The  c<nnbinatioii,  with  a  revoking  Btoi>  pin  whiM>l  or  cyl 
inder  provided  with  a  continuous  row  of  niiiovable  st.>p  pins,  .if 
two  ind.'is-n.lent  and  nn.vable  cinuit-<l.».TH.  ea.  b  pn.vidwl  with 
pins  which  n-gister  with  the  same  r..»  of  stop  pn.h  11.  the  «t..|»-liiii 
w  b.sd,  whenby  a  single  stoit-piii  Uiiii:  « ithdraw  11  .'isral.*  t.. .  !.»«• 
tb.  circuit  thn.ngb  said  ein'uit-<l.».-n.  111  sacc«>*«i"ii  and  sound  dif 
fer.nl  alaniis  or  signals,  siibsUntially  as  s<t  forth. 

Ki    The    tl.'xible    coiidiictoni    coniie<ting   with     the    cinnit 
el.»->rs,  pnivi.Uxl  with  metal  til*,  provid.*.!  with  ois-n  slots  in  their 
(mU'r  ends,  siilwtantially  as  s<'t  fiirtli 

17.  The  coinbiniitioii.  with  one  or  iiion  mU  of  reiiioNrtlile 
«|op  pii.s  rtriang.il  on  a  rcA.dvii.g  wb.-.-!  or  cylimlcr.  .*acb  ».t 
having  a  stot*  pin  for  c\.ry  uiiimle  of  tli<-  tweiil>  four  lionrs  of  a 
day.  a  cm-uit  <l.»*ing  d.M.  e.  and  no.  baiusm  for  attaching  the 
MLMials  in  unison  with  a  cl.sk  ii.oNciiicnl.  of  band  .  ircuitihieers 
.10.1  a  cut-off,  whi  i<'b>  the  signals  ma%  b.  ois-raled  without  dis- 
tnrbinj;   the  automatic   signaling   apparatus,   sulwtiiiitially   as  s«-t 

forth. 

IS.   The  c..nibiiiation.  with  a  motor,  ol   a  slop  pin  wheel  pro 
M.l.-d  with  a.-outinn.ms  n>w  of  stop-pms.  on.' <.(r  .a.  b  minute  ..f 
the  da>,  and  a  n.w  of  driving  pins  or  .■..;:»  pla.-e<l  at  tb.   siiiiic  dis- 
tan..'  a{«trt  from  encb  other  as  the  .t..p  puis  on   tlu    i»-iiphery  of 
tin-  will-.'!,  siilwtiintially  as  «•!  forth. 


8q 


229,928 


r/niw  --1      111  a  «|iniii;-sf-Tif   for  v.bi.liw,  a   l«nic<\  A,  foriiie.1 

of  A  single  nsl  Isiil   iiilo  tlic  form  of  a  r.-.ljiiii.'b',  and   ba\  in;;  its 

iiiils   brought   log.'tbcr  to  form  the  iniii-r  end  of  said  n-.tiingiilur 

frame,  and  held  ri^'iilh  togitlicr  h\  a  sultnblc  nut.  siilwtaiitlall*  as 

:  set  fortli. 

2  III  a  s|iriic.'  «<it  for  vehicles,  the  c.iiiibinatioii.  wilb  the 
spring-siip|Hirt!iii:  lioani  c  fiirnisb.Hl  willi  sb-eve«  r',  and  tb.  n><-t- 
aiigulnr  bnwc  W.  Iiaviii'j  the  outer  end  cnise  bar.  d\  of  ibi  lusik 
or  slop  r'.  ba\  iin:  om  <iiil  se<-iinil  I.i  tb.'  Isiard  r  and  its  other  end 
ariniiigisl  to  cinragi  tin  (  r>w«.  bar  rf'  when  tb.-  wat  if  fon<sl  .lown, 
sulwt.antially  iL-  -m-i  fortli 


:  229,924.  ROOFING  CKMEVT  TsRtmi  Scarkab  Brotk- 
villf  Oiit»r-,()  C»E»d»  F'.led  Nrv  8  ISTS 
Clntm.  —  ,\  nsdiiig  ci-mi'iit  or  coinivifilio'i  c.omi"«.sl  of  |"«w- 
'  den-.!  pliiiiiliiurti.  Hoaiwtoiie.  and  cml  u.r  or  miicr  lii|iii(l  bitumi- 
1  nous  siitwUvnc.'.  uiiit.si  in  aUmf  tlo  |.io|H.rti.m..  b.  i.iii  s.1  forth, 
;  as  a  new  arti.  Ic  of  iiiaiiufactnrc 
I  ^— — — ^^— — ^— 

!  229,925.       ROOFING     COMPOSITION         Timiici    Spirfab. 
Brockvillf    Oitino    r»i»d»        Filed    Apr     14     1880        iSpeci- 
i         n«Bs   1      PstfiUd  II  CtBtda  An*;    24     1*>'4 

f  Intin-  —  \  ns.liii);  c.iiiciit  or  coiniswitioii  (■<>iii|«»»<tl  of  iiiic*, 
pliiii:l>ago.  s«»«ii<.tone.  and  .oal  tar,  or  other  Iniuid  bituiiiiiioiis  sub- 
stance. niiiU-d  111  als.iit  the  proisirtioiis  lierelli  si-t  forth  and  de- 
scrilied,  for  tb.-  purpos.**  s|syiHed 


229,922       MKANS  FOR  RKBULATING  electric  rCRRKNTS 
CHAK.tiW     SisBBBf    Cliiffs   AuBP  s  Cute    Wtstmiiisltr     Ed(? 
Und       K;lPd    Sf|)t      IS     147(1       Patentcil    .0    EonUnd    loof  7 
1878 
r/.ii/M  — 1     The  iii.iIuh!  ol   eflristiii,:   the  r.-!.'ulaHoii  and   .lis 
tiibulioii  of  ci.-.trical  cnrn-nts  by  |ias.sing  tbem  tbnuigli  a  sti-etclied 
metal  strip  tlir  variations  in  the  thermal  ev|Hiiisi.>ii  of  win.  b.  .  .ui 
■u.iuent  on  variations   in   the  ele.  trie  currents,  cause  sei«rale  n-- 
sihtanctis  t.i  Is- su.ce«siv(  ly  intr.sluctx!  into  or  climinaUxl  from  the 
I  11.  lilt. 


229,926        SFKIM.     MOTiiR    FOR    OPFRATISQ    CHURNS.  *C. 
JOHP  H    T»B1SR    I.iinrtoc    ly      m'.fcvr  ..f   nof  h»lf   of   kli 
rijtbt   to  .liBPt  M    Knckfr    «»m»  pl&'f        Fi'-ii  M«r    16    IS80 
t  Vodel   ) 
Hi-iff. — The  ila.'^ber  nsl  is  altacbod,  \<\  iiicai)!.  of  a  pin  ami  an 

ailjusting-nnt.  to  a  slott.il  arm  weiglit.^!  at  its  opisB-it.   iiid       The 

L'liidi-  for  the  iip|sr  i".rti.>n  of  the  d.isher  is  iiiiwle  of  two  pif.-.-a. 

whlili  .ir.    pi-oMibd  .utii  n  riiic  Im  <  laiiipllij;  tbcio  louetb.  1 


_  1  r75:?L_ 

■2.   The  c.>mbinati"ii  of  the   thin  iiicUl   strip  -V  fonninu'  part 

of  It livtrical    circuit,  with   the    lever  (i.  a  iiiimls-r  of  c.mt;«t 

piectw.  L  .  with  llieir  springs  L.  and  n'sistan.-e -coils  .1.  snlwtantiallv 
as  and  for  the  imri>«s.-  Iien-in  set  f.>rtb. 

.1.  The  coiiil>inati..ii  of  the  strip  A  with  tb.-  t.s.thed  ndler  H 
and  tang.>nt-s<  nw  K.  or  their  e.iiiival.'nt.  whereby  the  iM»iti.ui  of 
the  Uver  tl  is  ai^justed 

4.  The  coml)in«ti.>ii  of  the  sliding  weightj*  L"  with  tb.  springs 
I.  and   e.)iit»it- pieces   I,  ,  wherebv   the  distanct*  of  the   latt.r  are 

a<^ustt'«l 

.'>.  The  cm.biiiation  of  a  nuiiil¥>r  .d  movable  pie«<-».  1. .  ea<h 
electri.»lly  connected  with  the  next  in  order  thnmgh  a  n«ist«nce, 
and  all  so  arranged  that  two.  three,  or  more  can  »w  sn.veasivcly 
bronght  into  c-onta<t,  s.>  as  t..  f..rm  direct  paasage  for  electricity 
fniiii  the  one  to  the  other. 

229,923.      8PRII0  SIAT    FOR   VIHICLB8       WiLH«D   Snow 
Btcklai*  City.  Wii.      Filtd   ■»/  Jl ,  1  8S0       (No  model   1 


Ctaim. — 1.  In  a  churn,  the  cinnbnialioii.  with  its  o|s-ratinc 
cliM-k  nie<hanisni.  of  the  shaft  e  .  bavins  lb.'  slott.-.!  arm  *.  pin  1. 
pnivided  with  the  thumb  or  a<ljustini;  nut  «  .  .iisk  or  washer  r. 
link-liar  J,  crisw-head  i.  and  dasher  staff /.  siiUUiiitiallv  a*  and  for 
the  purp.».^specifie<l. 

2.  Tin  dasher  sta.ff  gnide  consistini;  of  tlie  |s'rfoniU>.i  plat.'  or 
bar  ».  slitbtl  iiil/o  tw.i  connect.'d  [Wirt-  ibroiigli  its  is-rforatlon  or 
a|>ertur.-,  and  pnivid.sl  with  the  nm;  "i  i  lasp  m  .  siilmtantially  lis 
and  for  lb.'  puriswH-  s<-t  forth. 

229,927.     WASHING  MACHINE       P  h  n  i  r   T  » » 11  »Lii   »id  J  is 
61LIIIT.  Orsgoi.  Wii       Pil»d  Feb     !4     1«80 


qo 


OFFICIAL  (;.\/i:rrK. 


]i\\     I  ;,    iSSc 


Claim. — Tlic  licr^ii-di-mTilK-d  w.-wliluu  liiiuliiiK',  liii\iiii.'  lli"' 
l»ix  A.  thi"  npriiflit  imlimsl  corrii^fatol  i»tJiti<iii:ir\  rilw  \i  i>ii  tin' 
■  kIi',  Die  OH  iii;,'iiii;  lUiiili  >iMi<ti(lil<«i  liv  llio  ariiK  H  M\ti  ii)H'mti<<l  li\ 
llic  iiriiiK  IV  111"'  two  U'litj;  funiiiNl  nC  unr  |iiiH«'  <>f  -ilHHt  niftiil. 
tilt'  iI»mIi  riiii>ai.«tliiu  iif  tli<'  luilici  Itiu'k  ( '.  |MTt'iir.iU'<l  tliiliil  iMitlom, 
.tiiil  4U<< ji  iii<'liti<-<l  itirrtiKulnl  rilut  i  iirM<l  hi  iIu  (r  I'.k  ■  iIm  nitiii 
l<ii;;lli.  ■iiilwriiiiliiilh   :iH  m\  Curtli 


229,928        TAVNING     HROCRSS         Thu***     P     TliKkk     lair 
ft»i»tef    Cuanty     Ark        Pilrii    \>»f     18     IgTS. 

Cliiim.  —  I  riif  iirix-)'"*"  ot  Uiliin;  ;uiil  laiiiiiiii.'  liuU-x,  run 
•  intiMC  ill  trcjiliiti,'  (liciii.  Iirxt,  witli  ;t  lu|ii(ir  i  .>iii|«»t«il  »(  iv.ih  i 
\t  hint -liniii.  xtarcli,  iirii  iii.tiiur>  ,  iiiiiriatli  ;u  iil.  .mil  liiitliniiilk  . 
XI  iiiul.  \«  nil  k  h>{iii>r  r<>iii|HMi  il  !•('  "  Jti  r,  i;aiiil>ii  r. -i:!!!.  ami  alum, 
thiril.  i\  itli  .1  liijiiiT  romjMiwiI  'il'  wattt,  ;;,imi>ur.  ^alt.  mitriatii 
.11  i>i,  iml  .iliiiii:  r<>iiilli.  nith  ,i  lii|>iiir  lor  lilliii^  .imi  liariU'iinit; 
llir  liallii'r.  I'limpoMil  ul'  watt  r.  i^aiiiliKr.  ivilt|H'l<'r,  IiciiiIih  k,  iumI 
lMira\,  all  III  lli<    |ini|M>rtii>iir  >>iilir<taiitiall\    aj<  lii'iurilHil. 

i.  Till-  |irixii«  iif  lialiiiL'  iml  laimiiii.'  Iiuji^,  loiimntini.'  m 
In-alinc  tln'Mi,  lip<l,«illi  a  li(|mii-  i  •iiii|HMa'<l  i>C  watrr.  wliiiil  liniii. 
xtanli,  lull  iiiaiiiiri'.  iiiiirialw  .u  ul.  iikI  Imtlrrmilk:  nt^'iiiiiil.  uitli 
a  lit|mir  riiiii|MiH<'4l  of  wad  r,  ;:.iiiiiiit  r.  '>.ilt,  iii'l  aliltii:  tliiril.  witti 
a  lii|iii'r  .<im|Hi«uil  .if  ».itii.  l' iml'i' i  'all.  ilnm.  .tinl  iiiiirialo 
iM  hi,  .ili  111  till'  |ini]»iiii.oi!<  «iili"t. 111!  Mill  I."  mil  liM  iIh-  |iiir|«~ 
il.-i-nUil 

!  I'lii  lumivi.it  I  iiiiiiiiL  I'.ili 'I  liiil'->,  1  iiii«i'-I  111;;  111  trratim; 
tlii'tii,  lii-K(,  \ulli  a  lii|iii>r  iiiiii|H~i|  111  n.ilir,  uaiiilinr,  Mill,  ami 
.iliilii;  ■«*«  iHi'I,  \\it!i  a  ulriiii^'rr  liijiinr  f-iMii|iitM'tl  ul"  water,  yaiii- 
liii  I .  -.ill.  aliiiii.  mil  mil  111  II  iriiL  lliiril.  u  il  li  .1  lii|mir  t'nr  lilliii:; 
ami  lianli  iiiiu  'In  K.itlni'.  i  iiiii|m>«<I  ul  «  ili-r.  l' inililtT.  Kilt|H't<'r, 
111  iiilin  k.  iiiil  iiuniv,  all  111  till  |.i ii|iiiii mil-  -iiiini.iiilmlly  nx  «Uv 
-.  nil.  ,1 


229.929       MINRR  3  I.AiP       J.,  i.'i  Vo,,i(;.s,  W,U.a.«l.uri:    P» 
Fi;».i    »»r     1\     i  Mn        I  No  aodM    ' 


I  liiim — A  iiiimTK  l;»ni|i  li:i\iiiu'  .i  i  im  r,  H,  rnii-iiotmi;  uf  llii- 
ciiini  \  ti>|i  "I  an.l  tin-  tM.tfom  'i,  wliicli  r\t<nil«  iluwn  k«>l(i«  tlip  tJt|i 
ill'  till'  iaiiiji  \,  lai  li  |inrt  linvini;  an  air  liolc,  <•,  iiiiiicliisl  tlin»nj;lt 
II.  .i«  ilii*  ril-il,  *i  :Li  111  funii  a  run  armiiiil  llic  linli"  t<i  rlti'^k  llir 
uilluanl  i-«.aiK'  uf  ml  ami  I'lUllitjilf  tin-  Hmv  nCaiiv  oil  wliii-li  limy 
;n'(  iiitii  till'  iiiMT  luw'k  iiilii  till'  laiiiji.  iiilmUkiitiallv  uh  kIiowii  ami 
ili-wrilKil. 


229.930       P80T0    IICBAMICAL    PRINTIMe    PLATS       JoBH 
H    WiiTLir.  Ilairi    N    T       Fil*4  It?  7    ItSO      tSpteiatii    ' 

■  .  '    A 

I 

CUtiwL — .\  |iluti-  for  pliotit-iiKX'litiiiK'iil  |>riiitiiit;.  I'oiiiiiiitiiii;  i>f 
Ilio  Iku  kitiK  plitU-  .V.  aoiwitiMil  gi'lutiiu'  Niirfiu-t-  liliii  n,  mid  tli)- 
iiitoqHMnl  tiliiiK  h  luiil  r.  runiiio)  NiilMtAiitially  im  iluM-rilMxl,  and 
fur  tho  |Mii^i<»«'  iH't  forth 

229,931.      CI8AI1TTI       Biicii    L    WiTTumi    BilllBore    li. 
PlUd  Apr    IS    ItIO       (No  ■add   > 


229,932.      CLAT  WASHKR  AND   etlNDBR 

•  IL.    Pklltddpht*     Pt      iituiiir    to    Thoa 
BtrKonaA     Hiafinini-    fii.irf        ?;l"ii    On 


i' 


Cliiim.  —  1.  Tlic  I'uiiiliiiiatioii.  nitli  iiii  Iiiikt  ami  oiili-r  r«<v|>- 
Uiilr  am)  iiitcrM-iiiii;;  rliuiitlM-r»  lin\  iiii,'  iiili't  and  outlet  o|ifiiiii;.'H, 
i.C  .1  riL'lit  liniitl  iMTfw  and  ,1  Un  li.iml  im-hh.  Imtli  |onniiili><l  in 
riil.ir\  iraii.sM'nu'  Imn*.  .iml  irrarim.'  for  iiii|>artiiiL;  mturv  iiiotimi 
to  «iiil  *i-.««,  f<nl«taiiti,allv  :u<  -M  t  fortli 

2  rill-  ■■oiiiliiiial'oii,  uiili  ilii<  watliinir  iiiiK'lianiMiii,  niilwtiiii 
lialli  aw  ilitMriUil,  of  llii  iMTforali-^l  I'lil*'  iNittiiin  and  lowor  clmiii 
Ikt  for  ikIiIiIi-o  and  sIoiiih.  snlmtanliiillv  lut  m-{  fortli. 

.'t  Till' I'oiiiliiimtioii,  with  thi'MUKhins  niwhuiiiMiii.i'iinNtrnctMl 
luid  iimiittil  i)iilwtanti>ill>  n.t  w  t  forth,  of  tlii-  iiiiiiT  and  i»iit«T  von- 
i«'U  or  r<i-i<|i|ju'|i<H  |.nn  iditl  «itli  •M'iBirati'  mid  iiidi-|N'iid<-nt  rliam- 
Iht»    ha\iiii;    inlet   ami   outlet   oiuiiIiii.'m  and   rh.-kiiilier   ronneil  li«>- 

twi'.'ii  the  lH.tt of  Ihe  inner  n-t  iplu  |e  and  a  ful«'  biitliiiii  {iIjw^hI 

therein.  Kiilintantialh  ;u<  <u'i  fortli 


229.933       HTDRAVT        KtiWAiin    H      Ziikiii     LewlntowB     Pi 
fii»i  Kfi     17     i  <ii|U        I  So  anifl    ' 


I'lntm.  —  1  I'll.  lalM  I'  ami  l>o\  I  and  vulve  neat  .1,  in  roni- 
hinatiuii  «itli  H'tnlnr"  K  and  H  ami  i  oiini'ttifit;  Ix'lt  K,  forimil 
with  "li'iiildeni,  .w-  Arm  rilxil,  the  [Mirln  Uiiii;  ari-.int'ed  lo  o|Mr.il<i 
MM  X  I   li.rlh 

_'     Till    roinliiiiatioM  of  \alM'  I'.  |irovided  «itli   lii>^  </.  i.alve- 

Ixix   I,  |inn  iile<l  miiIi  ilioiiiderit  I,,  and  extenxion   K.the  \al\eiinil 

.  itH  Ihiv  Im'Iii;.'  Ill-Ill  loi,'i'tlii  r   li\   anitikhle  iniiiiiH.  and  the   )nix  Im-Iu^ 

I  itcn'We<l    mill   tin    i MenNioii    K.  w>  iu«  to   Im>   M'inntted  tlierefnini, 

itiilMtanlialh  ibt  and  for  the  |Mir)Him>  unl  forth. 

.1  The  loiiihinalioii  ul  liooin:  ,\.  viilvc  I  >,  forimil  with  lap*, 
Ihi\  I,  fortiM-d  Milh  Hhoiildep*.  and  hollow-  viilve  nol  It.  the  \»lvc 
mid  \Xn  Ihi\  iHimt;  prov  idixl  with  jiortji  and  held  t<i|^th)T  and 
;v<la|i(eii  U>  in-  reinovml  tt'ithoiit  eiwint;  .\.  unhntantiiilly  aa  M>t 
forth 

1    The  i'<iiiil>iiiHliiiii.  with  vajvivnxl  P.  it«  eoniuo-tinif  valvp- 
I  |M>rt«,  enji  .\l,  mid  ri"!  N     of  Ihe  m>rni),'  ( >.  tliroailed   and    n>e<»«««l 
nat  r.  and   nhitteil   eii|i  y.  the  [lurlK  Ih'mis;  ad:i|ite<l  t<i  (i|>cnitp  as 
d«>w<riU'd 

229,934     METHori   if  prksirving  thk  flavor  of  F«»- 

■  RNTKD    LIUUORS    *-       Otto  Z  w  iitcicb.  MUwukt*.  Wll. 
Filed   Il»r    3     \H»>''       <  M"  isndfl   ^ 


I'Uiim. — TIh-  |>n|x>r-ldmik,  -vlaptixl   for  i»  oitfan-lte   wra|i|M'r. 
ii|>iMi  one  eiiil  of  whi<'4i  in  »n  mIxertiKeiiieiit  or  other  ini|iriiit  itis 
enyl  with  trHnnliieont  |i«|>«'r  or  i-iwitint;.  «>.  that  the  deviee  bc'lluUh 
cnn  he  n-mlllv  dimtTiillde,  Hiilmt'iiitmllv  ,iii  dewrilu'd. 


fllOKUi    L    Wit 
L     B  a  t  K  <    •  a  i) 

n    :  H  ■  < 


Jlly    13, 


1880. 


r.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


Qi 


ClMim.—l.  Tlie  method  herein  deacril*d  of  prwaerving  tbe 
riHvor  i.f  feru.ent«l  liquom  while  on  dmft  and  utilizing  the  oar 
lM.nie-a.<id  ga*  j^iven  off  fr^mi  fennented  liquor*,  which  cmaiati.  »n 
.•..nduetiuK  tliejKaa  chaqfed  with  the  an.iiiatic  vajKin.  fn.111  a  jire- 
xioi.Hlv  exliaiwted  h«md  or  puckaife  into  the  rtrHft-veiw.d  or  ,*ck 
iipj.  Hi'ilwUiitially  aa  and  for  the  piiri«>M  «j*«itie<l. 

2  The  inetlKMl  of  ftavnrinK  c*rUHiic  acid  (tan  hy  |>«i»inp  it 
Miirce-aively  thrt>ttKh  i-Mk*  Tnan  which  feniient«l  liqm.r  liwt  been 
drawn,  a*  dem:ribt>d. 

3.  The  anchortnl  rtop|)er  (».  flexihly  ootinectwl  in  the  «pi>r"t 
of  a  r*i.k,  havinjf  a  i«pike  for  enU^rinK  and  reUiniiiK  the  hunjf  and 
»  Mhoulder  for  I  hwiuK  the  entranw  of  the  «pi(r"l  agai"*  pr«»ure 
fniiii  the  iimide,  an  wt  forth. ^^ 

229,935.  FDKKACK  for  HRATINO  SOLDERINS  C0PPIR8. 
WilLiiB  G  ALiitiBd  aid  8i0i»l  A  Will*.  Oikalooii. 
Iowa.      Filed  Doc    \i    1R7« 


±  In  apiwratuR  for  reiiKivinu'  snow  and  ice  from  railroad*, 
the  fire  lx>ic<w  .\.  formed  with  clowd  lioiuiinii.  havinp  draft-open- 
iiiKu  g  g  y".  mid  titte^l  with  tr™f*'  '«"•  f-  «uli8tantinlly  an  ghown 
and  demrilieil. 

229,937.       SALVE        CBikLOTTi    G    Aniiiii,  Br«okl;i.   M    T 
Filtd  I1.T  3    USO       (No  tpociacDi  ) 
(UtMiL. — The    iiie<lieal    eoin|Hiiiiid   or   xalve    herein    dew  ri  lied. 
eonKiatinp  of  puheriwsl  main.  |iulveri/e«l  nulphur.  |Milveri»«l  luw- 
Hafnw.  pulverized   Hpikeiianl,  piiW  iri/.i-<l   (ipiiiin,  puhenwid   cam- 
phor-puMi.  tar.  and    U-owwax.  milwtJiiiliiillv  in  the  projainionn  and 
'  iiiixed  in  the  manner  almve  utaled 


229,938      NKCI 
FiUd  ll»T   IS    1 


TOIE       JoHii 
g(i       dodtl  > 


L    B*Bi.    GreeBUld    W    V» 


Claim..  —  In  an  iinpniveil  nm-k-yoke  for  hon«e«,  the  lonihinu 
tkm  of  the  vokw  .V  .V.  e^im|HiH««d  of  the  mde  li»n>.  K  K,  »n<l  end 
bant,  (I  n,  seenn'd  loiretlier  hy  iiieaiiH  of  Ixdln.  the  ixinm«'tiii)ilmr« 
H  H.  provided  viith  nnivemal-joinl  eonnivtion*.  and  the  Iwr  ('. 
atUM-hed  lo  the  Imm  li.  all  (mlxtlinitiallv  mk  ami  for  the  pur;H»e 
ittaltHl 

229,939.      WOVEN  endless  belt  Sitb  W    Billi    Provi 

drier.  R    I.      Ftird    lar     IS.   i8i0  (No  aodel.) 

Hr\rf. — Iiiipniveineiil   oil   Ixtt«i>  raleiil    No    3.'].j1(I.  diiUtI 
Ocudier  22.  IMil 


CULim.—\  In  an  implement  for  ReneratinR  pai>  within  itaelf, 
to  («•  naed  for  h«*tinK  a-ddering -dipper,  and  other  Mul*tan<^<*.  the 
i^nnbination  of  a  r««rv„ir  for  conUininp  the  li-iuid  Ui  K-  eon- 
vert4,l  int..  pia.  pl»«-«d  at  inch  an  elevation  above  the  Kcnenit^.r 
that  the  liquid  will  How  intx,  aaid  p-neralor  hv  it*  own  Rravitv.  a 
,,„K'  \'  eontndle.1  bv  a  valve.  .V,  for  oondnct.np  the  liquid  to 
the  n-tort,  a  ret^^rt.  A',  in  which  aaid  liquid  i»  .-onverte<l  ""«'  P«-  " 
,.ii.e  .\',  for  eondacting  the  pw  to  the  ,«.int  where  it  ■•  to  b,>  dm- 
ehar'^1  a  ehaml*r,  B'.  in  which  the  ^  in  bnmed.  oonMattnR  of 
.,  conical  motion  of  ,*rforat««l  metal,  and  a  ca*f.'  for  .-.mductinu  it 
to  the  i«.int  where  it  i.  i^it«i.  c^HiM^tinK  of  a  corneal  aection.  W. 

..f  , N-rforatixl  metal,  and  a  |.c.rforat«l  ehamUr.  »'.  all  .ul.U.i 

tmlU  iwi  and  for  Ihe  puHHUte  «t  Airtli. 

2  The  combination  of  tin-  reservoir  .\'.  pipe  A'.  reU.rt  V. 
„im.  V>  and  H  ,  and  pu^nwerToir  H.  the  arTanK.«n.ent  beinu  «• 
,l««r,bed.  «.  that  the  pa.  may  I*  aU.r«l  up  in  aaid  r*«ervoir  for 
Ktnrtinif  the  -qK-ration  of  the  apparatna  afU-r  .1  haa  he<n  »uHi«-nd.-<l 
for  aii>  ooiiNiderable  jieriiKl  of  time. 

•\    In  a  furnace  for  heatmK  wdderinp  cop|K-n.  and  other  »ul.- 
^tancei.,  the  ca<..  cnaiatinp  of  a  comical  lower  jH-rfonile.!  «-tlon 
H     an  upvK-r  conical   non  |K.rforal«l  i««^ti»n.  H,  and  a  |»-Horate. 
,hainU-r  or  «Htion.  W.  n.mle  of  ».n.e  non^t.m«ive   metal,  and 
ri^tinp  u,H.n  the  *x-t.on  H,  .ulmUntially  a,  and   for  the  purj^HM- 
jM't  forth.  ^^^_^^_^^___ 


^A.\V\^\    \\\\\\\ 


Clmm.  —  \.  The  iiietluKl  hen-in  dcKcrilwMl  of  forniiiifr  and  unit 
ing  the  endu  of  iKdt*  or  lnuidn  ioni[»»*'d  of  a  ninltiple  momm  faU- 
rii  ,  a*  d«»cribc»l.  the  aaine  coiiKixtiiiL-  in  wartiim  the  etid«  into 
uteppeil  laps  by  removing  the  warp  an.l  weft  of  one  ply  for  emh 
Ktep,  drawing  out  the  wenthreiKl-..  uml  w.  nriiis  the  iwo  lul»  l"- 
irether.  ao  a»  U>  fonn  a  Hplice  of  the  same  thnkiies--  a*  iln'  reot  of 
the  fabri<',  an  deacril»-d 

2.    In  a  Kiilice   fonned  in  a  tliuk  Mm  en    ialirii    b\    n>imnini; 
the  threiadK  of  e«<'h  ply.  wi  a»  to  form  !.le(.t><ii  lap*,  the  projixtiiig 
'  wariv-thn-mlx  t  f.  arrangeii  to  interliue  ai  lh<  .|..int.  a*  and  for  the 
purpom'  wt  forth 

229,940.       COMPRESSOR     FOR     ICE    IIAIiNG     APPARATC8 
Ai,«i4iiDli<   T    BAinHTim    PorlliDd    %t      nnicfr    of   onr- 
h»if   of   kU   rifht    lo    Robf'    A     K:p>v     nmf    r;»f<-        Fllrd 
■  •r    J4     ISliO        <No  Bodf!    '  kl 


SNOW    AND    ICI 
Now  Orloaii.  La 


229,936.  APPARATUS  FOR  REMOVING 
FROR  RAILROADS.  gu8l»i  H  Ai«Alli« 
Filod  Doo    13,  1«7»  .        ,    u        « 

/<^/._Two  tire-U.xea  anite<I  at  their  forward  endx  b^""^ 

incl«iae  the  wheeU.  wherebv  tliev  are  kept  hot. 


CUnm.—\  The  apptmitiu  for  reiiioviup  snow  and  i<^'  fnmi 
railrtiikda  and  atreeta,  c^.naiirtinjr  of  the  two  oblong  fire-Uixea  A, 
united  at  the  forward  end  by  a  Hue.  c,  and  Kup|«.rted  ni«>n  the 
axlaa  «  and  wl.e.  In  A.  that  are  iiich««l  in  the  fire-aiMW.*.  iiulmUii 
tiallv  as  di'«<ril>e«i  and  p<ho«'i 


f  Vrttm  — 1.   Thei-onibination.  in  a  t'a-  <oMi!ire«N.ir  of  a  |.i«ti«i) 
rml   coiiinioii    to  'he  g:w*  Hiiii   uti'am  i\  Iiim1'I-ji  ami  a  ileam    jiikIoii 
whom-  follower  ii-  ]inivide<l  «itli  Ix.iriiiL'"  N,  li«-al*'il  wiilini  k  roii- 
tiniiatioii  of  the  ivlinder  and  eoiim»  IinI  ul  eac  li  Kiile  ol    iIm    ■  >1iii- 
der  with  the  cniiik-i.Uaf>,  Hit  ami  for  ilie  iiiir)«»M    wt  fi.rlh 

•1  The  coiiilnnalion.  111  a  i;»*-<""'l"^'*""''  "*^  a  •  Uimhi  Iih\- 
inti  inlet  and  outlet  jiort*  with  a  iM-rfonit.il  pinl.tn  jirovided  with 
a  liothiw  nnl  liM-Ale<l  within  a  continuation  of  tin-  rvhml.t  mid 
coinninnicalinn.  thnmgh  the  iiKMiinin  of  a  viihod  oi»'iuiik;,  "H'' 
the  receiver,  a*  and  for  the  piiri«ii«   wl  forlli 

.S.  The  combination.  nutwUiiitially  an  ml  forlli.  of  iIh  cyl'-- 
dcr  B.  having  val^ell  |K.rt*  />  /<  .  with  the  pi.^tou  _;.  till"  I  .>okc 
L,  and  piatiin  riKi  ri.  ao  dewriloii 

4.  riie  colli). Illation,  with  the  pixtoii  j.  till-'  .'.  aiiii  .\iimier 
B,  having  jxirt*  h  h  ,  of  the  valvi'd  i\  Under  h.  Iihmii^'  a  i..miiion 
dolivery  with  the  port  b  .  an  «'t  lonli 


t 

« 

f 

i 
-I 


9^ 


oKKiciAL  (;azi:tti:. 


Ji  i.v    13,    1880. 


T" 


.J.  Ttw"  roiiiliiiiatioii,  Willi  tlif  cvlimU-r  n,  li.triiie  pinton  O 
fiilliiwor  »,  and  o  limlriral  Ixartiii;  X.  <if  llic  exliiidcr  H,  having 
|iisli>ii^  ;iiiil  fliiiiir:it4il  iilulfiiiirlMix  »i  .  lut  s»t  fi)rtli. 

li  (11  coiiibiiiuliiMi  with  llir  jii!«»nu  nxl  y,  tlio  vcrti<'Hl  cUm- 
^';lU■^i  stiittiiii:  Ik'x  «• ,  liiiMiiir  ;i  «tnitniii  »(  Hiiid  luhricitiit  rL-stiiii,' 
ii|><>ii  till-  L'l.iii'l,  ;m  «'t  fortli 

229,941.  COWaiALER  FOR  ICK  lAKIMO  APPaRATOS 
ALiii>Dit  T  B»LLiiiTi»i,  PortUad  ■•>  .  mijDor  of  oi« 
bi'if  of  hn  righl  '  ri  Rabun  A  Ripley  «»me  piice  Filed 
Htr    2}    1  iiO       (\n  madr!    ) 


CMm.—l.  V  ••niini-iil.T  fur  icf  inwIiiiKw.  •■niixiHtin!;  of  »n 
iMiiiT  ('..mMtf-walli<l  'liiiiiU  1  liHviii;;  iiiUl  iihl  i>iitk't  fi>r  the  rc- 
t'niirnint,  aiiiI  a  [.\  mmiii.il  or  ti»|>»Timi  iiiiuT  rliiinlx'r  or  luohl  (it- 
liH:;  .liwi'ly  •.tillim  Uu  Inniirr  iin<l  niiiovuhlr  tliinfroiii,  siilwt.iii- 
ti.ilh   .<>  .iikI  lur  tli(    imrjHUM    -ul  forth. 

'2  .\  I  .iii^'iil.  1  (nr  !'•<■  iii^u  hioiw.  ioii«i"tiiiu  "I  .n';ii-itiL' h;n  iiic 
|Kinill<l  ..i.|«ii.iH'  Millie  ii:ilN  imi  t:ilMMIil^  or  roin  i-r^iii;;  illiirr 
WiilU.  .mil  .oiiilltulili:.'  »  rli.iiuUr  for  Ilir  nfri.'iniiit.  111  i-oiiilini  1 
tioii  with  .1  luolil  of  I  .i/A  .mil  ihiiix'  to  fit  rlow  !y  within  I  lie  Kilil 
I  :i.»lii_'.  .111.1  iii.uli'  n  iii.'V.lblr  llii'ntVoio.  ,ui  .villi  loi  tin-  im;|>«m<  .nit 
forth. 


( 'Inim.  —  1.  A  Imiitr  f<»r  nw  in  th«  bmf-llnic  of  a  lurrrl,  rjwk, 
or  kc:r.  "•"iii|iri»iiii;  thi  i-oiiil.in.itioii  nf  a  riiii;  of  inilin-rnWhcr  or 
oilier  Hiiilatiji'  iiialf  ri;il.  iiikI  .1  |>in  iirovidi-d  at  IIm-  ciiiU  with  flaiip^, 
.iiiil  foiii|irii<iiij{  :i  (liiniiuardlv  cxtiTUaliy  ta|HTin!:  |Mirtion  for  ot- 
|iaiiitini;  tlio  riiij:  to  till  llir  Imiii;  holo,  anil  a  ry I i ml rinil  orxtmicht 
portion  hImim'  tlip  taiMTiiii:  |i<>rtiim  of  :i  ili;iniol<'r  mitKiicnt  to  holil 
tin    riiii;  Ml  it»  I  >(|i.iiii|.i!  |«i.-iilioii,  tiilMLiiiliiills  :i.i  ami  for  tin    |>ur 

1.  \  hiliiu  for  urn'  III  (h<  Iniiii;  hoU;  of  a  Uirn^I,  i-:u«k,  or  kr;;. 
ri)iii|iniiiii«:  thr  "•Hiiliiiiati<in  of  a  rim;  '><"  iiMlia-niUlicr  or  otlnr 
aaitalilr  imttirial.  :iiii!  :i  )>iii  proviilivl  at  the  emU  with  flnli^^w,  aRti 
ti>iii|(ri!«ini;  it  downwardly  pxli-mally  tap«'rint;  |H)rtion  for  cx|uind- 
ilifj  till'  riiii:  to  till  the  hung  hole,  and  a  ryliiidrical  or  Ktraifrht  [xir 
tioii  iilxjvc  the  tajHTiin;  |H>rtion  of  a  diameter  Kufflciuiit  to  liuUI 
the  nil;;  in  il*  -.'xiiandixl  |MMtitioii,  and  lutviiin  in  it*  outer  cud  a 
e«»iinter>"iiik  loiitaiiriit'  *  loop,  whereby  the  pin  may  l)c  withdrawn, 
subtttantialh   ^ik  iixtitiml 

3.  .\  biiiirr  for  Hi*-  III  the  haiiK-hole  of  «  Itarrel,  ciuik,  or  kcj;, 
rnniprisim:  the  I'oiiiliination  of  a  rinp  of  indiarnliU'r  or  other 
unitiililc  iiiatiTial,  a  pin  i-oinpriNine  »  downwanJIv  taporinR  jmr- 
tioii  for  I'xiiaiiilinc  the  rini;.  and  a  rylindri(«l  or  Ntraight  jiortioii 
ii!»>vc  the  u»(Mriiii;  |iortioii  of  a  diameter  MiflScivnt  to  hold  the 
nag  111  itn  expand,  i!  ("wition  and  proviiliMl  witli  a  paMMf^i-  cxtKiid- 
iiiu  tlir.iiii;h  It,  and  ,1  dowiiwanily  and  inwardly  0|ienin^  valve  for 
iiitoinaiuallv  eontnillini;  the  int^reiw  of  air  thmnirh  the  name  into 
liiu  i«irr.  I.  .:11k.  or  k'-i:  to  «  hirli  the  Uiiiii;  m  applied,  KulMtitiitialh 
a»  ttltvcili'  if 


229,942.        CONDEN.SEK      FOR      ICK     ■AKIMd     APPARATOS 

ALIItKUiii    T     Btl.i.  AUTiKt.   Portlkiil.   M«  .  kinlKior   of    one- 
h»lf    of    hu    nzht    to    Rodii.-tA     Rlpi»T»»aif    plac.       Filxd 


lir 


;S<ii        I  .Wo  ao-io 


Clnim  — 1  The  iiniibiiiation,  in  a  c<inden«cr,  of  a  <liill  for 
peremiitf  the  .  oiiipn-.«»<i  ipis,  haviiiu  a  nniiilx-r  of  loiiKittnhnal 
tulx-*.  with  a  mriex  .if  ,itoiiii/<Tt  for  iiijwtiiit;  ;»  »pra>  into  the 
MHid  IhIk-w.  as  .mil  for  Ilir  pur]!"!!*!'  *<'t  forth. 

2.  The  loiiiliiiialiou.  in  a  ronden*>r,  of  a  «liell  for  ri-<eniii^ 
the  i-onipntbM'd  i;:u«.  liaNliii;  »  wrieit  of  hiiiiilludinal  tiilx-x.  with 
iitoiiii/,en<,  UH  i*'t  fortli,  and  an  outer  Hhell,  >H-tw<vn  whuli  und  ilie 
lintt-iianiol  <liell  the  inlet  t;a»i-pii>e  In  i-oiknl,  aa  dewrilM-d. 

.1.  The  roniliiiiatioii,  .aulwtantially  M  net  forth,  of  the  iliain- 
Iw'n-d  !««■,  the  iiil.l  .  ..il,  the  onter  iM-rfornted  cylinder,  iimi  tlio 
inner  tnhuUr  uliell.  ;w  and  for  the  gur(i»o»<  dewrilxMl, 

4.  The  ooniliinutioii,  milwtantially  ao  iw't  forth,  of  the  niter 
ultell  having  walU  fi  n  with  the  injeetor-|ii|H<  lo<-Ale<l  111  the  iio<  k, 
the  inmr  tubular  «hell,  and  inlet  pi|H',  an  deitc-riUHl. 

,'>.  The  e4iiiibiniaion,  atihiitantially  an  net  forth,  with  the  ehain- 
berwl  Ikiw  haviuir  rhamlier  I,  provided  with  pi|ie«  o|>«>nine  at  dif 
fonint  Icvtdii,  and  the  utomiw^m  h  i,  of  the  tubular  Kliell  r.  :i«  de 
■cribtHl. 

6.  The  eoiiiliinatioii,  ^tnlixtantially  a»  »et  forth,  with  the  rhaiii- 
Iwrtxt  Ihiwi  lia>  iiii;  blaat-|ii|ie  /',  of  the  aloniixeni  k  i,  tubular  Fthell  r, 
cuil  V,  mmI  |M*rforuted  1  yliiider  A,  ax  duncrilMHl. 


229,943.      BONO  FOR  RARRKLS        CHtiLll  W    Baui:i    J»ra«y 
CUr.  N    J       FlU4  Dae.  tl.  UTS 


229,944.      CAR    SKAT 
rU<d  Fob     26.    1880 


Christiik     Btoos,    Ailtghna;.    Pa 


flntat.  —  1  In  revornihle  ear  m>3Ua.  the  eoinhinatjon,  with  the 
ha<'k  K  iiiid  ariiii«  <',  havini:  the  li|w  ilr,  of  the  liam  g  and  hmIh  A, 
pivot4><l  toiretlier  ;tiiil  to  the  aruiK  and  Itiu-k,  rea{MX'tivcly,  and  tlie 
braekelM  r,  ri(;idly  iittaetied  t«>  the  arnm  C,  for  limitini;  the  motion 
of  tliv  tmni  g.  mibxtitntialiy  aa  m-t  forth. 

2.  In  reversible  larmiatK,  the  combination  of  the  iMtck  F,  the 
ann«  C  liavniK  the  bnu  kel«  r  and  lipii  ft,  the  pirotod  rod  k,  hav- 
ing the  \nipt  I.  and  the  pivott^l  liar  g,  Rubiitantially  aa  and  for  Iho 
puqxKMW  iM'l  forth 

.1.   Ill  eoiiibiiMlioii  with   till'  i>oat'ba<-k   F,  the  nlottfld  rod  m, 

the  .4iide  N.  anil   n- ■.,\\>li-   lieAd  rext   1',  autxttantially  aa  and  for 

the  purjioiH*  net  forti: 

4  In  i-oiiibi nation  v-  itii  the  iteat  K,  having  the  tranaverao  ahita 
7.  and  the  f.»'t  nvt  K,  haviiiK  the  traiMTerae  slots  r,  the  roinora- 
ble  limb  «up]H.rlj«  S,  fornie<l  of  the  itide  roda,  *,  wyurwd  to  tbo  cover 
r,  am)  pnivub'il  with  the  lutTi  '  f .  for  littin^  iut«i  said  ilota,  sub- 
»tn»tiallv  xx  inil  for  the  jiurjKntcd  net  forth. 

229,945.      FIRS  IINDLINeS  AMD  MACHINI  TOR   lANUPAC 
Tl'RINf,    THE    .SAKE        HokATio    H     BILL,  WllllBtitlt,  C«ia. 

Fi  -d  Iv-    it    I  «ii.)       ,  Hpneisdi   > 


)ULV     13,     I 


229,945 


880. 


r.  s.  PATENT  omcH. 


93 


('l4iim.—\.  TJic  jaw  T,  eonnoctwl  with  the  tna^lle  by  the  top 
cle  H  and  ro4  L,  ■«  "h""'*  """l  do«-ril*<l. 

2  The  .^.mbination,  with  tl...  movable  jaw  I.  fulernme,!  at  M. 
of  the  lixiMl  jaw  K.havinK  the  proj.vtiii^-  blink  oopi-rt  V  ami  ex 
tension  iruide»<i.  .an  shown  and  de*riU-d 

:»      U  a  new  art.elv  of  niannfi«ture,  a  bl-  k  of  kindlins  w.wxl 
h;n  lUK  on<-  rml  unsh.vl  and  bn-.med.  :u.  -diown  .and  .b.«:nl«..l. 

229.946.     STRAP   FOR   BABT    CHAIRS       liir  W    BikCKtt. 
Br.»lwoe4.  B.  T       FUtdlir    10    1880       (NuBodtl.) 


f  •//!.»».— TJie  combination,  with  the  waiat-helt  A.havinp  claup 
\\  .11  the  ba(k,  of  the  fnmt  forke<l  strap.  C  I>,  having  cIh*.i»  tl, 
and  eonmvtcd  with  belt  by  the  straps  K,  as  shown  and  doairiUxl 

229,947      CHDRN  POWBR      MiciOLAt  B«il».  Jr  ,  Haikitait. 
lid       FtUd  ItT  II.  1880       (Itlsl.) 


CIntm. — 1.    The  combination,  in   an   enpne  (lovpmor,  of  a 

doublo-chamb«rtxl  iiicliming-caiic,  a  piston  moviufi  111  one  of  the 

ehamliersof  said  ejute  and  intennittently  fopeinc  a  Ininnl  niediHin 

from  one  ehanilier  Ui  the  other,  and  a  movable  abutuieiit    loejiH^.! 

I  in   the  opp«iaite  ehamlter  and  connoetod  with   the  jfioeriior  valve 

1  St<Mn.  gul)titantially  as  ml  forth 

I  2.   The  eonibination,  in   an  enjrine-povernor.  of  a  1  yliiuinia! 

I  chaiiilier  having  a  elianoel-way  or  ]»u»sA»re  in  one  of  its  end  «»lb, 
a  shaft  e^rryinp  an  eoi*ntric  an<l  paaainp  ct-ntrally  throixph  »;v:.l 
I  chamber,  a  rylindrit:al  piston  of  loss  dianiet«-r  than  the  ebaiiiU  r 
i  and  monnt»sd  loimely  n|>on  said  eccentrie,  and  a  vibratinp  tla)  or 
;  irnide  jonmaled   in   the  periphery  of  the  chamlior  and  enteniip  a 

radial  slot  in  the  piston,  suhdtantially  as  set  forth 
'  3.  Tlie  oomhination,  in  an  onpinivpovemor.  of  an   ineloKint' 

j  case  divided  inUi  two  chamhors  or  «mi|»rtmeut»,  pumpinp  mix  h 
I  anisiu  UK»t«id  in  one  of  the  clianiberr*.  a  movable  abutment  loeat«<l 
I  in  tlio  other  clianilwr.  a  pate  for  poveminp  the  preaaur*.  of  a  liquid 
I  loodium  Q\nm  the  movable  abutment,  and  an  extfrnal  arm  and 
j  itdjust.inR-«Mn>w  for  repulatmg  the  jHWition  of  said  gale,  subaUn- 
I  tiallv  as  set  forth. 


229,949.      SWEAT    FOR    HATS      4c 
N««  York    K    T       FiUd    Iij  tl.   i 
a 


Thoiiai    W 

180       (lodel.) 


B  K 1  (  H  i  K , 


l»WWW^W»WWW 


rjom.— 1    The  cotubination,  with  a  churn  and  it*  darfier^rod,  | 
of  the  drum  K  and  it.  wei^b.^  cord,  the  elutrh  !;•]'''. ''"^"llj;;  ! 
8,  and  T  and  their  wheeU  and  oonnecUnp  baiiia,  »nd  the  pitman 
-'.™i  .liilti  V   aa  herein  ahown  and  deacribod. 
'  "i.  ^e l;rbiltion.  with  the  Und-wbi*.  H.  of  the  aAi"^ 
ble  brake  oonriating  of  the  roUer  r,  lerer  R.  and  .pir.lly-r"»ved 
nin  Q  M  herein  ahown  and  dewsnbed.  .       .».„ 

^  3  The  rt«uUnl  B,  prtivided  with  the  arm  »  and  oarrymp  the 
pnlley  D,  in  combination  with  the  weight^l  cord  M,  thedrum  K. 
Ld  U.e  Cham  mechani«T..  a.  herein  shown  and  d«onh«d. 

4  The  wheel  *■.  provided  with  the  oonnter-balwice  T*  ami 

with  a  »rie.  of  hole.  am«g«l  in  a  radial  dir«*«n^n  <y.mb,na- 

tiln  Cirthe  crank-pin  ^  pitman  r,  and  the  daaher-rod  and  chnrn 

ineohantam,  aa  herein  ahown  and  deacnbed. 

i^?he  alide  V.  working  in  rertical  way.  attached  to  the  f^ne 

C  in  combination  with  the  pitman  r,  attached  to  one  ..de  and 

the  d-ber-nrf  attached  to  the  other  «de,  m  herein  shown  and  de- 

Kribed.  ______^— i— —— — — ' 

229048      OOVIRMORFORIlCeilllg       B..J»«i«  B.i.iin. 
St".  L..1.,  M..,  a..»MT   t.   tk.    Br«.ll.    R.,U.   C.pa.y. 


Claims—I.  The  eonibination,  iti  a  swwU  for  baU  or  caps,  of  a 
lininp  or  reed-over  proj«  tinp  lieyond  one  odpe  of  the  sweat  and 
atta<li««d  thereUt  by  a  dou^de  row  of  maebine-stitchos  eonnw  tod 
together,  one  iH>netratinp  the  lining  or  reed-oover  alone  at  or  mar 
the  edge  of  the  sweat  and  the  other  penetrating  l>oth  the  swi«t 
and  the  lining  or  roed-oover  inward  or  upward  from  sneh  Mp. , 
the  oonnocitinp  iMirts  or  inemliens  of  the  .titches  lieinp  on  the  fa«-o 
of  the  swoat  and  being  snbsUntially  parallel  Uioach  other,  a«  and 
for  the  purpose  deacrilHtd. 

1  The  combination,  with  a  swoat  leather  for  lials  or  («ps.  of 
an   attachetl   reed  or  o«)rd  e<iver  composed  of  laoe  or  other  open 
work  fabrie,  to  render  visible  the  rwd  or  iU  facing,  m  shown  and 

deecrilHHl. 

3.  The  within-deacrilted  method  of  stitching  sweats  for  orna- 
mental purpoaea  on  a  machine  with  two  needli*  and  a  shuttle 
common  to  U>th  needles,  oonsisUng  in  allowing  one  needle  to 
penetrate  the  fabric  near  one  of  iU  edge,  and  the  other  to  work 
exterior  of  sHeli  edge  wiUiout  jienetrating  the  fabric,  so  that  the 
.buUle  catche.  the  thread-looj*  of  b<.th  needle.,  but  leave,  the 
■inie  in  a  lo<*e  mndition.  thii.  pnwlncing  a  row  of  stitclio.  in  imi- 
tation of  bi»id  or  crochet-work,  as  shown  and  de«»<ril*d. 

4.  A.  a  new  article  of  inannfiictorB.  a  sweat  fo'  haU  or  caps 
baring  a  roed -cover  attached  thoreUi  by  machine-stiubi*  in  mu- 
tation uf  band-whiiH>ing,  .nbatanlially  a.  shown  and  demribeni. 


229,060.    CAR  CODPLIWO 
PlUd  a. J  M.  11(0      <No 


Joan  C 
.odd  ) 


BitiOKi    Itnoi  Citf    Ul. 


94 


OKFiciAi.  g,\/a:tte. 


|li.v13,    1880. 


'Trtm— Tlif  coiiihination.  with  tho  ilniw-Jmr  A.  pin  D.  an«l 
link  F-,  i.f  ttir  liniiiK-pUt«-  ■'.  r.T«iw.<l  nitn  the  lowor  wall  of  Uii> 
chiiiiil«^r  of  tUf  <ir»w-l»ar.  pivoti-<l  ))y  iw  front  cud  in  xaiii  .ham 
txT  »ml  eiU-nilinn  liwk  intJ»  th^  «nnr,  an.i  lli(>  pull  hkI  IV  ixt.n.l 
inc  Wlow,  un.lpr,  and  iipwanl  l.v  it*  arm  r  tlirontti  tlio  Ixittoni  of 
til.-  (Iraw-lwr  and  tbronali  a  ruhUr  sjinug,  A  ami  ih^.  ured  to  Mud 
plat*;,  iiulMtantiallN  ai>  sii«citte«l. 


229.951.      ICK    HODSE       Rp  a»KD  BuLL'noHi!    B!irf»lo.  «.  T. 

rijKd    Apr    8    1880       'Ifo  moile:    ' 

lirvf —  \i\   an    irf-hon*-  (  in  iiliilimi    ■•!'    111    lliroiiifli    tl"-   icft- 

-jMW-.-  ^ii.l  til.'  |.r.-«rviiiK  .  liamlK-r-  i-<  maiut.iiii.Ml  l.v    i  ,.icti.in-fan 

I  ,l.-«-.'n.liMi:  *li.l  a«:.ii.liiii.'  rin.-s.  tti.-  hilt.T  Ikimiiu'  H"  .■"liiiiiu- 

tli    ihe   ire-clniiiilHT,  wii.n'l>\    ilo-  vitiil..!    tir   i»  witli- 

ilu-   nn-iHTMii-' '  ImuilH-rx  nilhoiu   cminj  ni  coiiUu  t 


all. 

lll.Hlloll    «i 

ilravvii    from 


229,954.     PLOW.     JiiOMl  I    Cm    Eietit    Wla  .  aiilKBor  to 

thaJ    I.  CiitPlowCoBpsnv    iam.'plicr       Plied  Apr    5.1880 

(No  Bodel.) 

Hrirf. — The  rnrvfd    Ik-hih    m  hcihtiI   to  a  cnw*.   liar  Ix-neatli 

the  plow  and  extended  mid  tl.ui*  n.Ml  to  HtTonl  watj"  for  imild-lMiard 

and  share.      The  plow  1.1   htu  '  illv   iiiljii^te.1  on   llie   iM^aiii   to  lake 


more  or  lea*  land. 


]>niHr\  111.' 


Willi  llie  lie 


CUitm.  —  \n  an  ir.'  lion«\  tin'  .  .nnlnn.ition,  nilli  tlie  iee-rliniii- 
lier  .V  and  one  or  more  [ireHerMii:;  .  liainUTt,  H  ('.  .irnint.'.Ml  t»lowr 
Ihe  naiue,  of  one  or  in<>n-  di*n:en.linL'  Hufw.  H,  .•oiulmtinc  I  lie  cold 
air  fnitn  tli*>  i<-»>-<-liauib»ir  t.i  the  powrvine  ehainlxT,  of  one  or 
innre  aaeendiiitf  flnwt.  K.  liavinu  an  air  inlet  in  the  prew-rvin)?- 
i-bamlH-r  an.i  no  .  .iinuiuiiirali.in  with  the  i<  e  !*|.a.  •■,  ami  :i  mution- 
f»n,  K,  will,  h  drawi  the  air  from  the  tine  K  and  .liw  liar^'.«  tli« 
name  ontaide  of  th«  baildintf,  whereby  the  vitiale.1  ;iir  is 
drawn  fn.m  the  pre««>r>-iiitr-.liatiilM-r  without  foiiiin):  in  .■ 
with  the  I.e.  4uli«tantiallv  aa  «et  forth 


Uli- 
iiiiLkCt 


229.952. 

J  .1  H  H     i 


KSTHOD    OP    SPACIVQ    AND    LKTTERIMO    819119. 

■»!L()w     CU»»l\a<l    Ohio        F!l«'l   N'JT     1 'l     lg7». 


% 


t 


\ 


V 


the 


Claim. — The  metli.xl  «l¥>\.'-»'t  forth  of  «(i«<iiii;  :<ii.l  .>iitlinlni{ 
ettermif  for  tiifnt  or  aiiiiilar  .I.'m.'.*  preparatorv  to  luiiiitinn, 
atr^t.hiii;;  iiint  .irranniiik,'  a  coni  or  wire  at  th.-  i>r.i|M.i  (xunt 
ai\<l  alt»<-binit  th"nt.>  «uitable  l.'ttep<  for  »nf:h  «it'n  or  ileviee, 
<><jn«troeted  and  adaptwl  for  mi.  b  atLuliment  or  ii«e.  Mini  pro|>.Tlr 
itdjUMtine.  ipaiHlir.  in.l  oiitlinlni;  tlo'  ■«m.',  niitwlantmllv  i.«  de- 
«  tiIkhI. 


229.953.      CA3TIS0 

Pitfa'.'il      a    Sw"ii-a 
1880 


APPARATUS 

Filed     Apr 


C»BL     A      C««PBKm'>li, 
2      HSn        ■  N'o  model.) 
Sra     *iid    IB    Eai^liii'i   F»h     "! 


I  ill  I  m.  —1  ill  ;t  plow,  '!  •  \ii  iisjon  I>  .  adafited  to  hraee  the 
^.aiM  I  >.  Ill  riiiiiliiiiati.m  win,  "m  '.r,iif  (i,  to  which  the  Umm  ih 
iit.u  li'  il.  and  adapted  to  be  lateral!*  ml,)ii>.t.-»l  tlnriim.  Hiil,!itaiitiall\ 
.1^  .iiiU  for  the  pnr]Mitie  iipeeitied. 

2.  In  combination  with  tlic  moM  i«>;iHl  and  hiiid.<ide  of  a  plow 
iiid  a  cnrved  beam  liavin)(  an  evi-  In  ulmh  it  !.•*  ma.l.-  latorallv 
wljoatable  on  the  brace  (1,  the  cxttMi'.H.ii  1).  having  Iraiinvenw 
"iotjt  tbniu^h  which  bolta  paMtoMCurc  it  to  tin  inold  Uiard.  «ul> 
'i.iiiiiall.v  a«  ajid  for  the  purpoao  spccilicd. 


229,955.     lANUPACTDRE 
FROM    STABLE ' lANDRK 
run   Jnie  «,  187» 


'!>     .\  \    ;  Mi'K  iVKii    FERT!I.:ZKR 
JoHK    H.  CMAanKKs.  S>»    Yrt. 


M.  Y. 


CInimi. — 1.  The  procew*  henin  dea«~ritM-.l  .if  mltim;  stable  1011- 
nni*,  consiating  in  aubjoctiiif?  it  to  »  m.Mlcrnte  b.-at  in  a  .  hwed 
cbaiiiher  and  nioiatening  it  at  Kinlat.lr  lut.rt  lU.  HulmiaiitlHllv  .i« 
Mid  for  the  pur]>o««'  i»iH)cHicd. 

2.  The  new  artiilo  of  iimnnfiM'ture  hen  in  -.1  forth,  .  ciii»i.«tiii|j 
of  in.Mlorons  n>lt»-.l  «t;ible-maniin.  of  a  uniform  .lark  ..il.ir.  and 
having  the  normal  i|iiantilv  of  ainm.inia  capable  of  Ixiiik,"  priHlmcd 
jifcwervud  iu  the  iii.uw.  m  m|mi  iii.-.l 


229,956.     REFRIGERATOR 

HU'I    A|ir     -     '  Ks'i        <  Ko 


IRfW    i      ClIAHIt.    Boston.    ■**« 


TT 

<  Unm  -  I'll'  .  oiol. Illation  of  tin-  pniMTvinii  1  hiimlior  1>.  the 
air  r.  ruc.raliiii.'  ■  iiaiiilMr  K,  lb.-  |Hirlili>.n  K.  ba\iii».'  tnin«v.'r»e 
l.:i,*'<ai;i-»  tlirniii;!,  it  .tl  t.>|i  in. I  iH.ttoni.  the  ic4i-<  baniU'r  .V,  l.M-at«l 
M  111.-  ii[ij>";  |«. 1(1. Ill  ■>(  I'll  .iir  n  frii{erutiiii;  .•baiiiU'r,  the  wa«te- 
w.tlcT  I  Imiii!"  H  io,  ai.'.l  IX  l"»  aii.l  .■oniii.t.'d  with  SiU.l  iie- 
<  baiiilx-r  at  11.  ?...!!. .111.  aii.l  tb.  pnx-x  f  <  .  I.iulinu  fnmi  llic  up|x-r 
|x>rlioii  ,.f  H.ii.1  nfn^'fialinir  ibaiiilxr  thniiiub  tin-  wnnU' 
c'liaiiilxr  'liliipii'ly  111  opix«iic 
H.ii.1  \\  t.-i.'  M.ii.i  I  hainIxT,  ill' 
ii|» nil    rswiiiiallv  as  ■«  1  forth 


wat.r 

lini^tions,  an. I    lerminalin^   ImIow 
wiioU  .•.m-ilriu  toil  and  arrani^iHl  to 


i'U$im.~\  .■antinii-hnU.',  .\,  wlinh.  be«nb«  the  iii-unl  ..(len- 
ina  K  in  Ixrttom  f.<r  tappinc  in  tb.'  usual  wa> .  Iia«  al'«'  »!!  "lien- 
ifi)S,  .\  at  iu  •«id<'  a<Upt.-<l  t<>  bt  t.i  the  month  of  the  eonrerter 
f.ir  wbi.  h  It  IK  Ui  Ix'  ii»e<l.  an. I  Imvinir  a  fiistcnint'  levice  for  ao- 
,unnf(  lb U>);.'tber.  iw  and  f.ir  the  purpiw    '-•t  firth. 


229,957.      8T0VB  PIPE    SHELF       Hkkbikt   CLArTOH,   Ciaeu 
.al.  OkU.      P1U4  Mir    »:    1880       fNoDiodel.) 

(L.nnk. — 1.  A  Ht4>ve-pi|M.«  nhelf,  in  onnbinalion  with  a  »erie» 
..I  ia.lial  slidea,  I>,  which  have  their  iiiii.r  eiid!t  shaix^l  t..  .■.inform 
to  the  piiM',  whereby  the  aaiiieahelf  .1111  U  ap|.li.-.l  to  pi|»tt  .>f  dif- 
fenMil  »i/a»,  unlmtantially  aa  shown 

1    A  aUive-pipe  shelf,  A.  m  i.L    in  two  jwirtt.  and   piv.>ted   to 
(.'etherat  on*  end,  hqth  jairta  Ininu  provid.'-l  with  the  ni.lml  "li.b'x 
I)  and  ovorlappinR  pn>jo<ti..n»  I,  and   l<x  k..l  t..i,'.  tb.  r   i>\  a  lever, 
].,  HulMtantiiillr  an  get  forth. 


July   13,   1880. 


V.  S.   PATENT  OFFUi: 


95 


<  7.11m.— The   utile- knife   bavjna   the   d.mble-oilifiHl   ldu.le  a 

i.i.'rsjiiiL'  iiiti'th.  Ii.indl.'  *  Mitlioul  a  break,  and  pnn  iil<'«l  with  tb.- 
pill  or  »tiid  n  ill  11-  liamlK-.  aii|.li'->l  alU  r  llii  kiiib  i.-  liiii-li.-.l  oH. 
MiliHiaiilialh   an  h|x'.i1iin1. ^__^ 

229.962.      rOBRJNKn  RULE  ANTi  SCALE        BmmrTir,    Cr  i. 
StR     St     Johli»bnrT     Vt      i,«s'»;n("  .  f  CDf  Imlf  ^f    fc'.'   t:i:>.\   ti- 
I,    C    Shf»r.  samf  pUcf        F,:fii   M»r    tJ.   I8*ii       'he  ■cdei   > 


y 


i  -V 


4' 

J.     ;^    '^A         ~trr7r~J     /     *     /     f    /    ^-^    /  ^J-  / 
y ,j       /         I'^jtf'  rr,r/  trj-y  cj-j/  rrj-/  <v^X^ 


ZZSZL 


I  er,     -Z 


,Wf/y. 


LSI u. -*  rtr-  - 


L?  J  ■ 


229,958       BARREL     TK'  iK        Hkbon:    Colvi».    Fr«tporl.  111. 
Filed  Ju»»  1.  18«0       iK,!niod«l.) 


r/«;»».— Th.  .■..iiil.inati.'ii  ol  ,1  li..;i..  :i;i.  k  v-iU,  a  ^rappling- 
li.x.k  bin;,"<l  to  a  crank  or  iinii  of  the  r.»t;irjr  nxl  K,  a  (wwl  ami 
vat.hd  f..r  boldin'.;  *ii.l  nxl  iipiimtt  turiiin;;.  ami  a  handle  f.ir 
turning;  said  i'"i  and  a.lnaliiiL'  lb.  u'rapplinu'-li'«>k.  hiiIoi  inn,ill\ 
a~  -"ix-.  ilicl. 


229,959      wh!Kk;  KTKKK    h    ^  k      \*   m  1  a«  c.  ConDineToi, 

BiltiiBore     lid   ,   PiMiitnor    of    1 » '-   lb   riN    i>f  hit    rlgkt    to  Cal- 
vin 8    Shnvfr  aort   Hury  D.  Skrlvtr    <nBifpUe».      Piled  K-.V 

2  7,1880        I  Nc   aodf !    > 


CUliiU  —I  Till  iu.ri..-,\  mil  .\.  j.r..'.  nl.-.i  Hiili  till  ir.iii^M't-.., 
flilonini-lKir  F,  in  i-oiiilnnallon  w  ith  the  slott.d  >"*  •  '  \  ihr...id.il 
«  ilb  a  |Hwl-.il  ncale  iii.liraliiii.'  lb.  aiiioiiiits  of  |h>s1.ij,  u.  U  p  ii.i  on 
the  matter  wei^'lu'il.  uol  vtii.-hi  U.  Iia\iiii:  pr.ij.' toni  1>.  »iiK'-taii 
tialli'    I"  deti-riH.^.!,    inii  loi    lin    piiriMx-j    ■«'t  forth 

1  Th.-  hollo"  rule  A.  pni\  ub-ti  on  ils  iind.  r  m.!.  "ith  ..  iw.ile 
of  ineliiT.  or  c«'nliiiiet«'r»,  ami  ful.  ruin  bar  K.  in  (•"inl'inalioii  vrilh 
the  «.  icbl  H.  bavin;;  pnije<tio!i  U,  »mi  tin-  si  lU.'.l  .-ov.  i  .\  .  pi" 
Vided  ou  one  isnle  ol  iti.  »lo!  wnli  a  [xwlivl  xial.-  linll.-.ilini;  tb.- 
ailiouni  .il  poxtiitfe  to  Ikj  paid  on  lell.TB  and  'in  lb.-  ..p]x«it.  I'l.l. 
of  tin-  »l.it  with  a  dimilar  (xwlal  -Male  f..r  :i.H>pa|x-p.  ami  in.  r 
chaii'li-"'.  Kiid  e^ivci  having  m-ar  il»  end  op>>»it.  tin  »l.>t  ,i  iimrk. 
K,  to  indii-at<'  where  the  eenU-i-  -,(  lli.  ol.i--.i  t.i  Ix-  w.-iirh.-.!  i-  M 
be  laid,  xiiUUinlially  a"  diixi-riUNi,  ami  fur  tin-  )inrp.»..   m'X  forth 

229.963.     WATER  PROOF   COMPOUKD.     P»OLC»:r^I^    KroB 
.01,    Mift       Filed  Mar    IS    1880,      vSf«ei»«B«   ) 
(7<iim—  A  |Miin    comiMiund  e«H»iMing  of  alnni,  .oat  Uv .  aii.l 
auipbui  lK.ile<i  t. .tether,  iii   the  |.r..(Hi:   ^oiib  *IK>ciln.i 


229,964        SECTIOKAL    BOIIER 
f,        Fi.td   Apr.   4,   ;88!'  ■"". 


;  I.  K »  ("t    fi  n' 


.ndloi 


t'i^uiM.— The  d.-j- riU-d  tnuc  hold.-r.  conxo'tiiiL'  of  lb.-  l>art« 
»  «,  pn.vi.b'd  with  a  nhank  :vd..pt.-,l  to  U-  iiiM-rt4-d  in  the  en.l  of 
lb.''wliiffl.'tr.'..'8nd  L-nxivd  l,mi;iludinallv  in  th.-  manner -Iiowm. 
.ii.d  pn.vide^l  nb«.  with  a  notch  «l  tin-  onter  <Mid,  in  ,  ..ml'inalioil 
with  the  button  q.  xplndle  r  baviiitf  an  enliirK>''l  end,  and  ...pniii;  A, 
the  part*  being  c.inHlrn.  t4-.l.  .■.milnm^.l,  and  ..(H-ratint:  .>«  m-i  f.irth 

229  960       DKVlfK    F^R    rOMHRESSlNG    CORKS       THOMAS  B 
Co-US,    Jr       N-w    Turk,    N     Y         FiUd     Jl«.     T      1«S0         (No 
■  odei    * 


:i^^ 


rVnii*.— 1.  A  doviec  for  romprewtng  <v>rk«,  proM.i.'.I  wiin 
tw'n  i««-|mriitelv-piv..te«l  nmipreaxini;  .jaws  .  ..ni«trml4-.l  to  Kinnilta- 
n.-.iu»lN  .-..mpr.-*.  Ihe  .-ml- ..f  .-orki.  by  d.>w.i»ard  preSHUn' applied 
thereto  ami  l..  tb.  .-..rk*  ini*.'n..l  iH-twetn  llo  '«ai.i.-,  xnlwlanlially 
an  and  for  the  piir\xis.-  ili-x<rilx'.l 

■i.  Inadexi.e  for  c.mipn'x.iii-  .'-rk-^,  two  ,  .miiin-HHUn.' jawn 
pivoto.1  U.  a  boUo'V  \y.\f*i  at  tloir  r.-ar  .ii.lv  with  c..rn.»|H,mliiii: 
indeiitaliom.  form.-.!  in  their  fn.nl  .at.'.--,  and  pn..  id.-d  with  iii 
t4rl.xkin>!  luK"  ami  a  n-^torme  Kjirin-,  wb.-n-bx  .-a.  b  ol  tin 
compni»nnj.'-jawi.  iiiav  xiniiillAn,-<»u*l.v  ..niiprtw  tin-  corkx  when 
inw^rt*-.!  iM-twcen  the  n'..-w«-i'  in  th.ir  fn-iit  <di.i*  b.v  applvim; 
downwanl    pr.-wiin-    to    tin-    imterted    .■.irk«,   xnlwUintittll>    a*   .U- 

•rriUtd. 

X  In  adevj..'  for  .  ..iiipn-~»in>:  i-orks,  two  e..mpr.-«Mint;  jaw-, 
in  comhinati.M.  will'  ml.  rbx  kini;  lu»C»,  »  bei.'bx  prewun-  appli.-u 
to  one  jaw  may  U  inipait.-.l  to  the  ..th.-r.  Kul«tjnlially  lU"  and  for 
the  pnrixoM-  .l.'wrilH-jl 

t.  In  a  devi.-e  for  .-..iiipi-.-*.ini;  .'"rkv  Iw..  ,-..iTipn"..siiiL' .laws, 
in  combination  with  iiil.-i  1.x  kiiii;  liii:-'  ami  a  n-.t...iii-  -priut'. 
when'by  the  jaw^  max  Ix  restond  t..  Iheir  normal  ikwiIk.ii.  sub 
atantially  ax  ami  f.n  !ii<-  purix.w   .l.-«.  n'"  •! 


229,961.       TABLE     IS;FE         Abthi  k    W      r,,,       Aala.i-ii      *> 
Filed  «ay   15.   1880       tMadf,    ' 

6 


(  lain.—  1  A  Hl.'Hiii  Ixiilcr  .-..iiNirin  t.  >1  siiIwIhiiIihIIv  i»»  Ion  m 
hIiomii  ami  dew  riU'il.  with  lire  .-banilx-r  A.  •«  ri.-s  ot  /iii/Jit  tiilx-^ 
I)  1).  ont^ii.b  tl.-xibb-  i.iuplilicx  or  .t.>int»,  K  K  oiilj.i.1.  wal.r  and 
Bteain  pijH'^,  K  1..  .  >  linder  H.  and  |»'rforal.  d  xnioke  tlui-  M .  a» 
wt  forth 

i.    .\s  ••»  iiieann  of  connm'tiiii;  tb.  inlxw  1>  I'witl,  lb.    npnt'hl 
r\liiid.'r  H,  the  wal.'r  and  m-eam  pi|>«*  K  L,  MilwlaiilialU  ai.  Ii.'r.  in 
xii.nin    an.!    d.'M-nU'.l,  iciid    pljx-x  K    I.    Ix-iiis;  .-..nm-i  KhI  wilh    tin 
.  t«(i  iipiMT  and  two  l.iwer  niwx  of  Inlxt.  I>  I>,  a*  i«i  b.rlh 

;i.  In  a  Ixiiler,  the  coinbinali.m,  wilb  the  /.ic/ai.'  tiiU-xli  H, 
j  cylinder  H.  and  »moke-fcta«  k  I.  of  the  divi«i..ii  wall  ;i.  pn.M.i.-.l 
!  with  fliK  <;  ,  vcrli.-jil  iwirtitimi  II.  an.l  jm  rf..ra.te.i  fin.-  .M.  xnlialan 
'  Ii.iiU  ax  b<  n-iii  xh.iM  II  ami  .l.H«-rilM-<i.  w  berebs  lb.  pr.whn  Ix  .■(  .  out 
l.uati.iil  an-  mad.-  iti  cinnlau-  alx.ul  «itid  tulx*  ami  .■(iiinl'i  mel 
I  ew  ai«  ,  a»  «el  forth, 

4     .Vk  a  mean!.  o(  .■oiim'<lliii:  h  coupliiiL'.  tb.    Inlx-i.  !>   1',  an.! 

in  i^ombination  tberrwilh  lb.  coupling'*  K  K.  . nnxistiiit'  of  a  r.-<  «•.. 

;  or  mxketed  cajia  or  fhimbloo.  (>  <*.  pn.Md.-.!  «nb  i.ol.t.  /..  (x  rb. 

rali-d  .arx  f/.  tajx-nn}:  c<.line.lini;  pi|x    I',  ami    i"0U  an.l    iiiitJ.  .^  ', 

sulwt.iuti.iil.    a."  herein  xliow  ii  ami    ili'"'  ri!"i! 


i 


qt 


OKFICIAl.    GAZb.TTi:. 


JlLV      13,     1880. 


229.965.    BALLOT  BOX      WiLLisC«ownidTioi.  R.  HuTiK.      229.967. 
Napi    Cii        Filed  J»«     31.   1<»0 


Claim.  —  1.  \  Imlli't  1h)\  |)niviil<Ml  with  iiic.iiw.  siilwtaiitnllr 
ii*  .li'H.  ril>.-<l.  f.M  ;iiitiiiiiiili(iill\  iviriHtiriiii;  tlii'  iiaiiittor  of  miU-h  <»r 
1kiI1.iIj«  iml  i;i\  iiii;  .t  •<Ii;iki1  :u<  <-m\\  M.tr  \*  r:wt.  ;in<l  :\  tiiiK-  1<m  kin- 
liii-<  li.iiiisiii  \i\  wlil.li  thr  iliBiP*.  Ih'IIi  Ir.  till'  li»lli.t<<>iill>nrtiiiriil 
itixl  tln'  (■>im|i;irtiiKiit  r.iiilainiiii,'  llic  iliiil  pl.iUN,  .in-  l:mten(<l.  siiU- 
gLkiithilh   :ii»  ami  I'tir  tlic  ])iir|i<w<'  m-\  CimiIi 

2.  rill'  tr:i|i  1\'.  -MMiinil  In  till'  ritjlK't-sloovi-  h  n|M>li  the  sliafl 
(..  Ill  .■iiiiil)iiialiiiii  uilli  llii'  ^iiriiii;  riti  lii'l  ji.  tlir  rcL'isIrr  U,  ;iiiil 
til"  ,il;inii,  tiilinlAiUi.ilU   .11*  .111(1  fur  llii    |mi|««<    ili'.HcrilHil 

:5.  T\\t:  l)iilli)t-l»<)\  A,  (liviili'il  nii.>  roiiiiuirt  iiuiiIh  W  (  .  aiiil 
Iiri.vidi-*!  with  iliMint  I)  V.  with  raUli  (/  mid  s[>ruii.'  •  al<  li  /,  in  coiii 
liiinitiiiii  with  fh<i  txilt  K.  arm  //.  timI  h.  trip-disk  I,  with  »  miita 
lil(<  I'l'K-k  iiKHhanimn,  HiilwUiili:illy  lut  And  fur  the  puriMis.  di- 
■M  rilx'41. 

4.  lu  a  lKilli>f-l>o\,  tlio  rciiiilimatimi.  with  a  suiuhh'  tinir  1(m  k 
iMiKliaiiiHiii,  iif  tli<'di;il  1,  hiivmn  [Milliter  y.  tri|i-di»k. I.  nxl  h.  hmp 
J.  and  the  I'w.'Hiw'iiieiit  wire  i,  .■4uli<itiintiall\  ;w  and  for  the  )iijr|M»o 

UPt    fiTth. 


Claim.  —  rill-  iwi'  i-<«iiiirt'tiii(t-ri)<i.s  and  iiiochaniim  for  o|>er- 
1  ating  the  tiiiii ,  iwii  pivriUxi  levers,  */,  and  a  chain  or  flexihh- 
i-<imie<-tion  ^«ll,i.  iu'd  at  it,«  opiMwite  endit  to  the  (luid  lev«ni  at  differ- 
ent diHtiiiic  ex  tioiii  tlieir  fulera,  lonihined  witli  a  pivotod  Hhuttlo-. 
Ihh  liMr.  ',  priivided  at  fine  end  witti  a  ulieave  over  wliich  tin- 
Haul  1  liaiii  H  I'xiiindix!.  s  tier  of  .Khnttle  Uixoi,  and  iiinrhaniMiii  to 
iHiiiit'Jt  llic  sHid  iluittle  !hix  lever  tlirrewith.  whereliy  any  one  of 
a  tier  id'  four  nhiittle  Imimw  may  Ih*  liroiifiht  into  working  |i<«ition, 
sillintanlnkllv   u.  ilewritMxI. 


229,966.      STBAl     BOILKR       Joh«    A     Cuinii.iH.ii     S»fr»- 
ai'Bto     Cil.      filed    Oct    30    IS78  \    '      VV  . 


229,968  SHUTTLK  ROX  MgCHANlSM  FOR  LOOMS.  GiiORot 
CitiiiPTOS  and  Hoiti;i  Wmiii  Worcfutcr.  Imm..  miKnum 
to  atid  6iiorg«  Crooploi       Fll«d    Dec    21.   187). 


r/<iiiM--l     The    hollow   rini;  .V  provided  wit)i   ttanije    K.  for 
wH-nnii^  the  >uiiiie  to  the  tine  T,  alao  tlie  wninh  liole«  V'  and  lx)!t- 
holi-s  M.  for  rweiviiiif  the  Ixiltx  and  nuta  uwd  in  swiirinK'  the  rinc 
.\  li.  the  U.iler  head  H.  and  the  pimp*  1",  for  ehwintr  up  the  wrrneh 
hoUw  !'•.  milwtuiitially  as  and  for  the  purpo*w  .'«'t  forth. 

2.   The  eoniliination  tif  Iho  »iiKle-fl&nj;e  >,  w-i-ured  t^<  th<-  flue 
T,  and  the  tlani?'  *.  «i-nr«d  U>  the  hoilor-heail  L,  with  the  wreneh 
bole*  r  .  made  in  the  Imiler-head   1..  for  inwrtinu  and   tii{lit<>niiii; 
the  lx)lt«  S.  and  tin-  plugs  r,  for  cliMinif  the  wreiieh  hole*  c*.  »ul»- 
iit4intiullv  :i»  all  I  for  I  lie  piiri><«««  •ot  forth. 


229,967.  3H0TTLS  BOX  1BCHAMI9I  FOR  LOOMS  Q.0R3« 
cioBPTOH  aid  Hoaioii  Wt»«».  Woreeiter.  Mii)  tnHnori 
to   «»ld   8»or?e   CroaptoD       Filed   Dee    10.  18T» 


Clntm — 111  a  iixnii.  the  eoinhination  of  the  fullowing  irwtru- 
iiienWliti.-^.  vi/.     a  main  »htittle-t><iJi    lover,  an  auxiliary  lerer,  5, 


July.  13,   1880. 


r.  S.  PATENT  omCK. 


97 


haviiift  a  ulioave,  /.  ni>on  it,  an  auxiliary  lever.  4.  having'  a  alKJavo. 
e  uiHHi  it  at  a  dinianee  from  it«  fuleruni  ..ilwtoi.tmlly  twu-o  a^ 
^t  a*  th«  dinUmw  b.-tw«-n  th.'  nheave/  and  the  fuhrum  of  it« 
lever,  Uirt«  independent  fix^l  -h.av«..  (i  7  H.  a  *ri.«  of  nit  shut 
tie-lxm*  a  ehain  or  eord  and  L'UidinK  iiKohaniKm  ther».f(.r,  iwid 
"Lain  orrord  Uing  connwUnl  with  the  shuttle  t-ix  r-n!  and  v«ill, 
the  end  of  the  main  nhattle-lxix  lever  at  a  iniiiit  mil».Untiall> 
twiee  a«  reiiioU-  fn.iii   it*  fnUni.n  a«  \*  the  she,'ive  r  from  the  fnl 

cnim  of  it*  lever,  a  eonmvtin,;   hhI   for  .-a.  h  of  «iid    levrn*. 

and  uiei'lmniMii   for  o|H'ratinv'  th.    «iid   .oiiii.'.  tiiii;  nuU.  ^M\mU^u 
lially  iW  and  for  the  piiriHwe  dewril><'<l, 

229,969.     SHUTTLE  BOX   MOTION   FOB  L0OM8      Giu    Croiip 
T0»  lid  HoRiCt  Wrii*».Worc«iler,  Mtee.     Filed  D»f    8    1S7». 

••    "I 


arraiifiMf  and  ofMjratad  to  iitove  when  the  blank  i*  at  nwt  mi  tlie 
foldin)(-tabl«i,  Mohiiitantially  aa  and  for  the  prrpuatw  hereinbefore 
net  forth. 

2.  In  iiia<'liinery  of  the  kind  (itedfted,  tbc  c«uihituition.  with 
the  re<'ipro«»«Iin):  earrier-frniue  and  uicchaniani*  ca^^<'d  theroon 
for  foldin«  and  coiiipletilic  the  Hate hnl- bottom,  of  inwhan  1*111  for 
^olllinuou^ly  leediin;  the  |>a|ifr  tul>c,  substantially  a«  hen  lulxfore 
w.-t  forth. 

'.i.   The  coiiilnnalioii,  MuliMtantiHlly  a*   hun'iiibi'fori'  wt  forth. 
,  of  the  ixMitmuoUK  fwd  iiie«'lianiain.  the   follower,  the  former    aiu! 
the  cutter  with  the  reeiprocatinp  fraiue  and  tlic   fidding  iiHehaii 
iHiiiK  carrie^i  bv  aaid  frame. 


D*  T 


229,971.  FROG  FOB  TIMBER  .  CHnrSS,  Hikry 
Triekee.  CrI  FiUdApr  23.  iHO  <  No  Kodei  ) 
Hrtff.  —  A  long  «tick  of  timber  i«  obliquely  inortiwd  into  oni 
of  the  logo  of  the  main  chute.  On  the  tnrline  Rlx)ve  thif  IiiiiImt 
other  shorter  iitri|>^  arv  pla<ied,  tlie  lower  endu  of  whirli  are  |xiitited 
and  redt  on  or  iili(;htl\  under  the  Hurfac<  of  the  gnmnd.  Tin  u]> 
er)i  endit  of  said  Ktri|Mi  rext  on  a  hliK-k  ao  adjuiit4«l  that  the  upfwr 
uurfa/e  of  the  Htniw  uliall  l>e  on  the  SiiUie  level  a«  the  chul-i'. 


Claim.  —  1,  The  within -dawrilKNi  fmp  B,  eonmstini;  of  the 
Innger  tiiiitxr  <i  .  xhoiK-r  tiniben*  li  h,  and  cnw*  piwe  e,  e»>!i- 
striuleii  iiini  arranged  sulmtanti.iily  lu  herein  kIiowii  oitd  de- 
acrilx'*!. 

2.  Ill  <^oml>iiiaiioii  with  till  chiiti  \.  the  Iro::  li,  aubetAn- 
tialh   :iK  herein  bIiohii  anil  di'»'rilH"<l 

229.972  VAiVE  for  waste  fifes  Jcim  r  B»i,c.lTT 
Bu.tnt  -Mrss  R.Kiitnor  sf  eer  Uif  "f  kn  r\fH  to  WiiluB 
W.  Wliuroab,  i»nie  piRce,      Flieii  ^'T    14  ,  1  SSC       iKpnode!) 


CUtim. — 1     In  a  loom  provided  with  a  tier  of  drop  hhuttle 
\<oxm.  the  main  and  auxiliary  lever*  h  /,  the  iwM-ondary  lever  r.  iU  \ 
sheave  d.  the  aheave  g.  and  other  »heavi»  U>  receive  and  guide  the 
Bhattle-box  connection  /",  combined  with  aliuttle-lxix  conniHti.m  ! 
f.  a  neriwi  of  conneeting-roda,  one  for  each  of  the  aaid  levorx,  and  ; 
lunann  for  ojicrating  the  connectors,  aubstastially  a*  de«<-ril»©d         , 

2.  Tbe  main  lever  mounted  upon  the  auxiliary  lever,  the 
■  Dxiliarr  lerer  *,  and  the  •ecoiidary  lever  provided  with  a  sheave, 
d.  Imth  lever*  b«tng  niounted  upon  the  iaiue  fulcra,  and  a  tier  of 
dhatUe-boxf*,  combined  with  fihoavc  g  and  the  box-oonnection  r. 
adapted  to  be  extended  about  the  laid  sbeavea  and  tx'  atta<  bed  to 
a  tier  of  shnttle-boxm.  guiding-»heave«  for  the  l>ox-c«mneeUon, 
and  a  »eri««  of  connecting-nid«  and  dhifling-kveni.  one  for  ea<h 
shuttle-lioi  lever,  and  nieaiiK  to  ojierate  the  connt>cting-ro<K  as 
and  for  the  pnrixj«e  aet  forth. 

229,970.      PAPBR    BAG    MACHINI.      W11.1HI.    C    CROSS,  Bo.' 
t»»,  Mali.      Filed  Jsie  I.  1810.      (Ho  ■ode!  ) 


Clnim  —I.  A  valve  and  valve-seat  therefor  in  a  waxte  pii«e. 
e^.tiihine*!  with  the  n>ck-»hafl  p»»«inp  through  the  valve-caw  and 
the  lever  anus  there«m.  one  within  and  tbe  other  ontaidc  of  the 
teiid  caae,  the  former  connected  with  tbe  valve  and  the  latUr  with 
.T  handle.  U.  enable  the  said  sbaft  to  be  rotated  to  oi>erat«  and  o|H-n 
the  valve  when  desired,  the  aaid  valvr  normally  naating  bj  ilK  ow  n 
weight  cloeied  upon  it*  seat,  suliatajitlally  a*  deacr^be*!. 

2.  Tbe  yalva-M»t  and  valve  and  tlie  r»inn*<-t*d  n>cklng  trtera 
1  and  ann  *  and  crank  n  therwm.  roiiibiri«l  with  an  elbow  lever 
having  one  arm  eonnecttxl  with  the  said  orank  and  the  other  arm 
made  as  a  handle  to  l>e  nx  ked  to  raiae  tbe  valve  and  open  tlie 
wn.nte-liipt>,  sutwlantially  a*  dei«rJlK>d. 


229,973,      PAINT    MILL 
Filed  Sept    17,  !8:« 


WiLiuM  DiilRLi,  BrcskljR.  M    T. 


f'A»»i»,— 1.    In  machinery  of  the  kind  specified,  the  combina- 
tion, with  the  iue<'hani*ms  for  folding  and  c<»niplitiiii:  tli.  sat4  hel 


bi>ttoui.  of  a  reeipnH-ating  frame  carrying  iiaid   me.  Iiainsuix  and  ;  | 


rjoMM. — In  a  imint-mill.  the  c<>mbinatlo:i  of  Uie  hollow  spindle 
It,  plate  A.  having  the  radial  paas»<res  n  a  ,  a*  dKW  riUxi,  stone  C 
with  the  surrounding  chauilter  foriiKxi  of  tbe  Iwtnd  i,  nng?  W  d. 
and  band  D,  and  an  oQtlet.  all  Ruhetantially  as  and  for  the  pur 
herein  mH  (oitli. 


OFFICIAL    (^AZKTTE. 


July   13,   1880. 


July    13,    1880. 


U.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE 


99 


229,974       U*TE       AiiiitM   ^'    Di«i,ii»ii    J»»to».  OIU      229,976 

ril«4    It;    >  J     1  880        'Ha  nsiloi    ' 


r/<ft»i.  — I.  Ill  i  fanii  t'aU-.  the  comtiinatioii.  with  tlio  u'a'"'  A 
■  lid  tli«  lH»t  H.of  tl...  oM'  pliitr  H,  111.'  l.ivr.le.!  Irver  K.  tli.-  «li(.'l«v 
,.1«U>  <).  liaviiK  V  "•'Hl-'-l  "l"'.  "'0  '""1'  M.  Hi<-  clittiiid  'ir  j.>mlo«l 
phIh  p.  lh»-  riii.l  knii^  y.  ^kiid  tti..  .-raiik-iiliuft^  R.  mil«Uiilmll>  im 
l,,.n-.n  .liowM~«ii.i  .l.*nlH-<l,  wli.T.-l.y  Hi.-  ir«t.-  ni*y  !«•  "Ih-ii.-.I  ^.iid 
,\.m^i  t.y  tl.<-  |.H«.a4.'i  "f  Ml.i.l.-  «l..-.-l»  .JMT  llif  .riiiiWx  "f  tlic 
1  railk-chiil^.  "in  ■•<  '  I'-rtli 

i  In  a  farm  ir^iW.  'I"'  loiubiiiatioii,  with  ihr  ii|>|H^r  i  ye  |.l.a<'. 
U,  of  the  if»U>  A  and  tho  iM-t  H.  ..f  the  l.'%or  K.  ih-  hiikU'  i>I:U. 
0,h»Tin«  V '<haj>«<i  *l'>t.  mid  tlir  »iiiii»«rtiiii.'  I'x'l'  ^'-  «nl»<tiiiiti,tlly 
M  herein  shown  an.i  .l.wriUd.  when-tiy  Ihr  tiiit^'  '"ii  Ik-  ,.,«  nwl 
mid  .-l.-od  by  Ihe  LiK^ni!  iiiovMiioiit  of  thr  ends  of  th.-  l.%rr  K.M 
iK't  forth. 


229.978. 


DRAG    3AW       Ctaus   8    Diin.  CrowUiil    Oit4rl«, 
i«inn";r  .if   om  kiif  of  kii  right  to  Johi    D    3«ilk, 

»(     T        ftUJ    Iir     i5     n^O        IN.)  model) 


229,977      SKAT    LOCI       Johk    i. 
Plli<  Apr.   17.   K80        (No  modo! 


Ddlioi,    Charlttt*.    Hlek. 


? 


V 


('i<i»ii».— 1.   The  .iiiiihiiiiilioi).  «ith  »  dnm-wiw.  K,  and  »  iit.-i     [ 
tioiiarv  frimi.  .  .\  A    K,  ••(  th.-   n-i  </.  .-.Hiiioi-tinu'  th«i  mw  with  »  i 
riH-k  Uncr,  H,  inoiuil.d   -ni  a  n«  k  .<hart,  i,  the  hand-lever   K,  m<- 
inr.Mi  to  lh<'  0^1*11110  i,  Ihi-   inndh    I.,  pivoU-d  t<>  the  statmnnry   ] 
fraiiic  verHralh,  or  th.T.iilx.iit.  IkI"w  tho  arc   thnMigh  which  the 
handle  of  tin-  Iomt  K  nun  .».  ami  a  ro.1.  m,  eiiniKHtiiiK  one  end  of 
the  trcinlle  witli  the  hainl  l<  vir  K,  »iil»tlaiitially  »«  shown  and  Je 
m  rilx-d. 

2.  The  conihinalion.  «illi  the  dnij;  saw  F,  ;wtnat«l  hy  a  n«k 
lever.  H.  mounted  on  ,»  iih  k  Hhaft,  i.  of  the  »tati«iiar>-  franie 
.\  .V  H.  «n|.("irtiii:.'  .he  nxk  i»hat\  i.  and  the  supportinR-bar  t\ 
]iivol4-d  witli  iL«  r-ar  end  lo  the  n«k-«h«ft  t.  and  made  vertK-ally 
iuljunUitilc  on  tlie  front  l>:ir.  h  .  of  the  italioiiary  frame,  »ub«tjiii 
tially  an  *t  foiili  ^^^^^______ 

229,976.      ART  or  AN'NS.M-ING  GLASS        JoiltuR    Dtllllf, 
N«»irk.  iiiUBor  tj  Dmii"!  A    Vanhorne.  Ora«g«,  N    i       FllH 

Not    U,  lHr» 

Clntm~\  The  nH:tli.«l  of  (.nnlneinc  Hatlened  or  IxMit  an- 
nealoJ  claw,  coimintinj:  iirtirwl  Unding  .>r  Hatteiiini;  tlic  pUte  of 
kImm  on  a  ear  in  an  oven  of  a  projier  teiii[wratnre,  then  niovinR 
till-  c»r  with  the  plate  on  it  to  an  oven  of  a  lower  toiuporsturti. 
then  iranaferrinK  the  pl»t<«of  fil»i«  ti>  another  ear.  and  then,  when 
the  il.«irt«l  nninl>er  of  plat<»  liiw  Inicn  traniforrwl  to  saiU  c»r,  inoT 
ins;  the  l»lt<<r  inU)  aJi  annwiliiiK-lw^r  liavinR  a  lower  UMtniermturo 
than  the  laat  oven,  and  then  traimf-rnnK  the  wr  to  the  n{»ii  air 
U(  n'lnove  the  Klmw,  KiilwUmtialli   ;i><  di»Hril««><l. 

2.   The  metlMMl  ot  ohviiitin;;  the  braakinK  of  ifl.ia"  hy  utondiuR 
it  'in  iU  edir"  and  covering'  '!"■  mhh-.  siilintantially  iw  de««'rili«l. 

\.   The  oniihniatioii  ..f  liie  U-n.liiiv'  or  rlatteiiinii  oven  i  with 
the  oven  Hand  iinneiiliii^  hx  r  '.*.  «nl».lantiall\  x*  (li'«rih«<,l. 

4.  .\  .ar  for  r.^eiMii::  the  U-iit  ..r  H;ilt.  iumI  i.'h«w.  I"^'* '"l*"' 
With  niean*  for  «op|>..rtiii«  «ii.  h  .ll.uw  on  il»  .•.It'e  and  f..r  eoverinif 
the  *iiiie,  eoiot.ine.1  u  iih  the  o>.u  ^  luu!  iiiiii.aliiii,'  Uvr  !».  -tulwUin 
liullv  iu<  .ln«;il"  i! 

■,V   The  .-oiobinatioo.  "111.  ..    .ir    U.  piovuliHl  with  a  -npport- 
inc  rriiiie,  of  n    i.nio\  ihh     l>o.  k     in.l    ...ver,   «uUUnlially  «*  Ji'" 

•Hill  H  vl 


(Hii\m.—\  <i>al-faMtener  <!<)iuiii(tilig  of  tbe  doublo-Bliouldorwl 
cat!  h  Uir  F  (r.  the  l>ar  K,  liavinK  an  ofl&aet  at  each  oiid  Mid  flani^ 
K,  the  »priii(j  .J,  reatini;  on  aaid  tianf^oa,  and  th«  lock-lever  H  I. 
pivole<l  lit  the  middle  of  bar  K  and  iinp|iorted  by  the  middle  of 
iipriiii;.  'M  shown  ami  doarribod,  whomby  the  M*t  may  be  held  at 
differeiit  ihiuiIk  of  a<ljuitmeiit,  u*  upeoitied. 


229,978      CHAIN      Jinn  I    DoD«i    Mtw  T»rk.  H    T. 

■  >v   '.')     1880       •  lodd  ) 


Flli< 


(Unm  — I  A  ■ham  the  links  of  which  arc  conplod  orjointMl 
toffpther  to  (five  the  ehain  the  nv^niaite  fleiibility  by  ineana  of 
b«&nDj(-lng«/.  or  their  equivalent*,  on  the  oml  of  one  of  two  »4j*- 
oent  linkx  and  einhnuinir  pnijectiona  on  the  other  llnka,  the  tiud 
luKii  and  projoetion.H  workine  t»i;ethor  with  a  RUiMsdioial  rolling 
motion.  h«  and  for  the  pur)Mi«««  wt  forth. 

2.  ,\  I  h.tiii  tiaiini;  the  linka  eoa|>le(i  by  iiieana  of  lofi  /,  or 
their  eqnivitlcntK.  on  lh(  end  of  one  of  two  a^aoent  link*  aud  em- 
hra<MnK  projection!*  on  (lie  other  link,  the  aaid  lug*  and  prt^actioni 
working  t.<ig«ther  witli  a  napertieial  rollinK;  motion,  and  tha  link* 
ha<iiii.'  saiil  pro,|<«  ti'iiis  lieini;  pnividod  alao  with  the  openiug«  at 
*,  a«   iml  f T  the  |Hii|>"Hi    »et  forth. 

229,979.     CRAiH       Jtais  M    Dodoi,  N«w  York,  M.  T.     FlU* 

Jgan  J     1  M.O        '  Hodtl.) 


Claim. \  detiM-lnible  nm-<haiii  eonHMiaod  of  liiiku  each  hav- 
ing two  aide  \iwi*  and  one  crow  pi.M-. .  and  having  their  joiiita  or 
articulatioiw  i-..iiiim»«1  of  curved  Uaring  projwtioua  locaUnl  on 
the  onU'r  fiux*  of  the  aide  hiin.  at  one  end  and  on  tbe  inner  fa<«« 
.if  «»id  hiin.  at  the  other  end  of  each  link,  all  auhatanliiilly  iu  the 
manner  hIiowii  and  du«cril>e<l.  

229,980.      STTLOORAPHIC    FOUNTAIN    P8N.       Cb»»li«H 
Dowmi   aid   Charlh   L    Dowkei,  J«r»ey   City,  N    J       Piled 
M&r    »7,  IgSO 


aection   It.  and  the  air  <xJU  or  pit<>  d  in  tbe  hnrijHtntal  idiafV-but- 
t»nn,  e«miitructeid  and  operating  itulMtantially  a«  diaicribej. 

'2.  Tlie  combinatiun  of  the  cAge  K  and  plunger  1)  with  the 
ta|>oriiig  Btiction  B.  pit  C,  and  air  piln  rf,  ttulwlantialty  .is  K]xicifio«l. 

3.  The  combiuati.m  of  the  CAge  K  and  cuiihioiKi  a  with  the 
inclintxl  wx-tion  H  and  coahiona  b,  HuUitaiitially  a«  and  for  the  pur- 
|KXte  deecribeid. 

4.  Tlio  combination  of  the  cage  E,  plunger  I),  and  cushion  a 
with  the  incliiKHl  or  ta|«ered  section  R.  .>|iciiiiig  C,  cushion  i,  and 
air  celU  or  pits  d,  aubafiuitially  an  ict  forth. 

229,983.     WIRI  TieHTIHIR       KiDiil  ILLWOOD,  SyctBsr*. 
111.      Filid  lay  IS.  1880.      (Ko  model.)  — 


Clnim. 1.    In  a  »\\  h>irrHpirn'  fountain  (hmi,  the  l.mgitndinally 

and  traiiMvermlv  (wrfoniUil  air  inlet  tnl«>  1'.  «u p|>. .rf .-.i  at  U.th  lU 
end*  by  the  wall  of  the  e;i»ie  .\.  and  |Mii»<><l  tlirtniuh  the  e<Mitnill» 
arrangwl  air-tnlie.  the  Utter  iKing  .  IowhI  at  lU  npiNir  end.  unlwUii 
tially  a*  deKcrilHMV 

2.  In  combinati.in  with  the  romov»l)lc  |xiint  wxtion  A  of  a 
stylographie  fountain  l>en  and  the  e«?ntrally  arramre*!  air  an.l 
ii.ixile-xarrying  tnlx-  (i.the  loiii;itndiii:ill\  and  tniimveraely  iK'rfo 
rated  air-inlet  tube  P.  aii  demritHxl. 

,1.  In  a  Mtylocrapliie  fountain  ix-n,  the  lomhinalion.  "  ilh  an 
alr-tnlw.  K.  which  n-  hermetirally  rlow.1  at  iti.  extreme  npiK  r  end. 
of  a  traiitivrrmdy  ,hk1  lonu'itiidiiuilly  |».rfor:it.'d  inlet  tnl«'.  I",  and 
riinovable  tubular  Hoctionn  F  and  (i.  arranutxl  niilwtiintially  :w 
down  lied. 

4.  The  neclle-earryiiig  stxtion  «i  of  a  atylographi.  fonntaiii- 
jK'n.  provided  with  the  Hhort  siiiall-lHin-  eonplingtnlH'  K.  d.-tiwh- 
ahle  frmn  aaid  imhUoii.  unlwUintially  a.'.  cUwHUhI,  and  form.nl  of 
the  thnatbHi  part  »■,  enlargement  t  .  anil  mn.Hith  i«art  r",  M  shown 
and  8|w«-itied. 

229,981.  MACHINK  FOR  WORIINO  RAWH1DB8  0th  I. 
Deow»,  Piwt«ek«t.  tiilgior  of  o««  kalf  of  hu  rufcl  to 
Heiry  L.  Falrkrotkor.  Proridesce,  R  I  Filed  lay  i>  1880. 
(ledel.)    g~3 


I'lntm. — 1.  A  pawl,  K,  having  two  ji<iinu<  of  iinp|>»rt.  ami 
fonn.il  NnlwtAiitially  ;u»  d.wcrihod.  for  the  (luriHw.  of  iiiakinc  the 
]>awl  m'If-adjnitting  whi'ii  meed  in  different  iKWitioim.  Hulmtjiiilially 
at.  ii|HH'ifie<l. 

i.    In  a  wir<--Ktn-t<  her  or  other  Hiiiiilar  iiiatrniiient,  a  pawl.  K, 
nnp|nirtod  ii|»in  two  .lifferi'iit  (••■iiitH.  and   foriiU'd  Hiilmlantiall*   a» 
dcucrih.'.l.  ami  proMde.1  with  a  nlol.  /•.  for  ihi    pnri«n«'  of  making 
the  paw  1  l»clf•a^^j listing  in  ditferent  jMwilivinf..  MilB<l.;»iilially  ;i»  >>|ir«  i 
lied  

229.984  STEAM  GENERATOR  JoRii  Evmniix;  Phiitdel 
pli:a  )'»  nssicaor  of  oie  kalf  of  kie  n^bt  lu  Abrakaa  S 
J^nkt     sinr   plarf        Piled  Apr     !!     !8S0        <No  nodrl   ) 


■tL ,  JuM^  jct^ iJM     1 


Claim.  — \.  In  a  machine  for  working  hid.«.  the  wriw  of  pain. 
of  h>n»ritiidiiial!y  fluted  intenn.whimr  ndleni  H  V.  eacji  huci.-swivl 
pivir  U-ing  driven  at  iiicn-awJ  *\H-f'\.  ■■w  and  for  the  purjioae  i«(K)ci- 
fied. 

2.  In  m.vhin.w  for  workini:  huh*,  the  smooth  ndlerc  M  C, 
e.nnhini'd  with  th.  tram  of  tinted  ndler*  15  t  .  unlwtan tially  KB 
.iiid  for  tli<   pnr|«o»<>  «t  I'tiIi. 

229,982.      ELEVATOR       Alii«8T  C    ELLiTHonri    Ckicage    111 
Filed  Sept    I.  1879 


CUiim.  —  \.  The  ombination  of  the  rag.    K.  tai»cnng  (ihaO- 


f'<<tiw.  —  1      IMie   I  iniibinatiini.  in  a  Bteum  ir.'neral.ir.  ot    :\  fur 
nac4',  a   m-ri.w    of    t'.'nirHting  veawli.   or   chaniU'ni    theniii.  ami    « 
wri.w  of  internal  water-«iipid\   pi|H*  iimviiiwl  with  injection  1107. 
■/.Uv  and   jirojcxtiiig   into  the   giMierating    veaaels  from    Uith  cii.U 
tlienxil'.  nulwtantially  an  »Pt  forth. 

2.    In  a  i.t«nn-geiieral4>r.  an  exliauat-chaml»er  aurroniuling  tbe 
ashpit,  iH-rforftted  on  itii   inner  Kidoa.  and   [irov  ided  with  an    inlet 
air-opening  and  mk't  cxhau»l-n.>*zle.  the  t<ip   plate  of  iiaid  chain 
l>er  funning  tlie  lupport  of  a  ft*d-wat<'r  euMing  partially  nurround 
inK  the  furnace,  aubiitantially  oc  wt  forth 

229,985.      CORN     PLANTER       CBAiSifG    litKti    BelUfoe 

talie.  Okio        Filed  Not    S6     1878 
('ln%m.  —  I.    In  a  cUwk-roH  planU'i  ami  liiili.  .i  wheel  liaiini; 
opiket.  for  enU-ring  the  »<>il  and  rotatiiii:  vcrlically  ami  (nt  on  tbe 
axle  of  the  tn»n«iMirting  whcfh*.  in  ciiniltination   with  g.-ar»  iki»l 


,y 


IOC 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTF. 


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JULY  13, 


1880. 


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ICI 


U)  not  upon  tlie  naiil  \»n»  or  rolU  Ut  finrt  clc»o  tbo  j»w»  and  tlioii 
iiH>v«  thi'in  lon|fitndiii»ll_v 

-4.  Inn  iiiiM;hinc  to  ntrotrli  tli»>  iipporn  of  ImmiU  and  «h(Wt  |irc- 
|*nit<.ry  to  liwtine,  clanipiiiK  jaw»  jiiid  tlioir  h1»Uc«1  aniw  U>  cliwo 
tliciii,  (oiiibniod  with  »  upriiig  U>  oiuiMc  lJi«  j:iw»  to  ."vliipt  thciii- 
M>|tos  to  tlif  till,  kmwn  of  the  iipji^r. 

5.  Tlio  rlaiiipiiii;  jawn  and  lliiir  a«  tuatini;  uniix  and  hoed,  Ut 
which  llicy  arc  ooiiiukKhI,  coinhinM  witli  tlir  upring  r*  and  iiioaiiit 
to  <.|M>Rit^  uiM.ii  it  ul  one  end  to  move  the  aaid  head  and  cl»uil>- 
ini;  ja"»  lonLitudinally,  sulwtantially  a»  doacribcd. 

220,987       BOLT   AMD   RIVIT   CDTTEK.     RiCHiiD   Fawcitt. 
S«lf«    f)h:(.       Fll**  Apr    Jt.1180       (M«»od.l.) 


tixithod  iMS-d  dintnlmtini:  di^k*  fomiini,'  the  iH.ttoin  of  seed  hop-  ^ 
pen.  «ul»taiilially  .ui  »l.o»u  and  dc>«ril«-<l,  « lior.-by  the  grouiKl  : 
poMKHl  over  i«  ;uiHraU-ly  Mnujiuri.>«l  and  ihc  «>«»l  i»  dn»piH(d  at  i 
unil'onii  diKlanriR,  :u<  •>!«■«  ifuMl 

•.'.  In  ^x  <l..-.k  row  pUnt.-r  and  drill.  llw  coinhination  nf  th.<  ^ 
xpiktNl  wliwl  and  its  liolhiw  axle  ninnine  on  tho  axk-  of  transimrt-  j 
in^'  wIk-oU,  tlu-  iK-vrl  (ram  liaviii^  a  feather-ronnertion  with  th.-  j 
hollow  axle,  tim  iK-rforatol  «ecd  diaku  t.>othed  exU-norly,  the  hop- 
lien.,  an.l  the  virticaJ  »h»ft«  haTin?  Upt»t-whoel»  affixed  to  thoir  ^ 
iipi>or  .-ndi  and  the  Ix-ll-aUmi  affixed  Ui  tb«  <iide  of  the  hopper  to 
admit  of  oi*r«tion   by  the  t*pi«t- wheel,  all   »a  ihown  and  de    ^ 

M*  r  i  t  KM.1 . 

X  The  combination,  with  the  Uwthed  or  f(t»rei  rotating  nee.! 
diok*.  of  the  vortical  crauk-ahafU  V  V  and  rod*  W,  for  operatini? 
the  ieod-«lidea  arranged  on  the  outi^r  nidoe  of  taid  di»k«.  and  the  ^ 
•piked  wheel  and  gears  R,  arranged  between  the  Utter,  aa  and  for 
the  parpoM  specified. 

i.  In  a  checkrow  planter  and  drill,  the  con.binaUon,  wilh 
I  lie  apertnr«!  *>od  diak»  or  wheel,  having  a  concavity  in  the  upper 
«idc,  of  the  detachable  apertnred  annular  plat«i  N,  m  shown  and 

ilincriU'd.  

229086.        BACHim    rO»    8T1ITCBIK0    AMD    N0TCHIII8 

DPPER8       H*DL«T  P.  FiitfllLD,  W.il  ■•ifor*.  migior  to 

Sordoi   leliy.   Trsil...   C.»krldgr   ■»••       Pll«4   "ir     '&• 

1180       (led.!  ) 

firxff.—Tin-  tiw  of  the  npi>er  ii  rtretche.!   lieyond  the  {<-■  ot 

the   la«t  and  notched   by  an   independent  cu^r   pr«t«iratory   t 

lanline  the  shoe 


Clmim.—^  The  rouibmation  of  wceiitrit*  A  and  B  and  ulid- 
twCMCtions  I)  UM.I  K.  ciirrying  the  riitt<T».  the  e<yM<ntric«  beiiij; 
arraiiif.d  t..  o)»  rat.  m,  a*  to  slide  the  rulfera  in  parallel  line*  in 
op|io«ite  dirivtioiiM,  for  the  puqHWC  net  forth. 

2  The  bar  K.  foniic<d  with  a  circular  opening  and  tboulder  r 
and  reiwM  <i,  and  provided  with  lug  F,  fonned  with  sbonlders  b, 
«iilj«f»ntiallv  an  wt  forth 

3  Tlie  frame  D,  provided  with  lag/  and  foniMd  with  a  cir 
calar  oiM-ning.  ifi.«iv.«  h.  Hangea  k.  teat  j,  and  nctm  g,  lubaton- 
tiallv  aa  lu-t  forth. 

4.  Tlie  intt.  r   H    provid»-<l  with  grooTBa  a,  •nbrtMtially  aa 

•et  forth. 

r>    The  earner  1,  prtjvided  witJi  pin  o  and  aboalder /i,  wbaUn- 

tiallv  aa  »et  forth. 

8,  The  combination  of  cutter  H  and  carrier  I,  inbataatially 

ail  iM't  forth 

7  The  eonibiimtion  of  cotter  H,  earner  I,  and  grooved  frame 
D.  (tiibatantially  a*  net  forth. 

«,  The  .-oiiibination  of  cutter  H,  carrier  1.  and  blocki  J,  aul*- 
itaufiallv  aa  aet  forth 

i)  The  entter  M,  provided  with  lug  i  and  iihouldera  r,  in  com- 
bination with  Ixix  1),  prorided  with  a  grooTe  and  a  neat  for  lug  i 
iiid  nhouldem  r,  «iil*tantlally  aa  aet  forth. 

10    The  riitu«r    H  and  carrier  I.  provided  with  pin  •  and 
iU..ulder  i>.  in  eombinatioB  with  bar  K,  providotl  with  lag  P,  and 
I  frame  D,  pnivide«l  with  gnH.voa  *,  »nb«tantially  aa  aet  forth. 

11.  The  couibinHtion  of  Imr  K,  prrividod  with  Ing  K,  sliding 
I  eutU-r  H.  fraiee  I>,  pr.>vided  with  cutter  M,  and  occontrica  A  and 
'  H.  milwuntlallv  an  net  forth. 

I  229,988.  Lf  AD  PSKCIL,  JoHn  EiimiiD  FiBii,  Port  Rlth 
■  Old.  N  T  Pll.d  ■»!  13.  1880.  (MoBodol.) 
/fri/'/  —  rnipnneinent  on  apidicantu  liettcrs  Patent  Xo. 
22<V5!)1.  dated  Octolwr  14.  1879,  and  conaiata  in  pn.vidinp  the 
onU-r  clamping  tnlx-  or  .ap  with  a  alit  extending  inward  from  the 
outer  .-.mtracte.!  en.l  thereof,  for  the  puriKjeo  of  rendering  »u.li 
tube  callable  of  adaptinu  it«<>lf  to  irrognlaritio*  in  the  lead  or  in 
the  jaw*  of  the  inner  split  or  load  (■Uinping-lnb«?. 


CMm—\  .  lampinc  tulH>  having  a  »lit  « Inch  exUnda  from 
the  outer  c.mtr*  t.-.l  .n.i  of  nneh  tnU-  iiiwiinl.  in  loiiibi  nation  with 
the  *plit  tnU-  C,  ferrule  1),  and  handle  \.  i.ul«tanlially  iw  and  for 
the  pnrixwc  .l.-wriU-d.  


r/ni».— 1  The  claniping-jawn  or  pallem  to  iei«e  the  li>e  of 
the  upix-r  and  irtreteh  or  draw  it  nnifonnly  and  evenly  lK>yond  the 
tiM-  of  the  last  upon  which  the  upper  i«  pla.o<l,  while  the  laat  m 
,.revente«l  fi^»m  being  ii«ive<l  longitudinally,  combined  with  an 
iiid.-i»ndenlly-actuate.l  cntter  U.  »nlni«iucntly  cut  or  u..Uh  the 
itnrtched  npi»r  at  the  tiH«,  m  and  for  the  puriHiw  dc«nlwd. 

2.  In  a  machine  tj>  itretch  the  uppera  of  hoota  and  sho**  pre- 
paratory to  lasting  them,  the  pivoted  elamping  jawn  to  graup  Ihe 
upper,  «imbino.l  with  the  two  h.ngitudinally movable  anim  o,M-r 
atively  eoiin.'cte.l  therewith,  nubatantially  aa  doacriliwl,  «bcnby 
the  arins  flrat  act  to  rhm,'  the  jaws  mwii  the  np|>cr  and  then  U> 
iiove  them   lonptudinally  t.)  stretch  the   npi«r,  »ul»Uiitially  tw 

described. 

3.  In  a  machine  to  stretch  the  npi>ers  of  b««>U  and  sliooii  pre- 
|i«r»torv  U>  laaling  the  same,  the  pivotetl  elampintf  jaws  provided 
ttith   pins  or  rolls,  rombincl  with  the  slott.xl  rwipnKMiting  arma 


229,989       CRIMPING  MACH1II8       JoilsW 
Br.).>kr!«!il    M*!!.       Pil'sd  Isy  17.   1886 


D.  firiiLD.  Korth 
(Ko  ■odol.) 


( 

i\^ 

>-T~-, 

^ 

0 

••) 

•.  ; 

y 

ii 

X 

Claim. 1.   In  n  crimpiHg-niiichine  for  l>oota  and  alioca,  crim]*- 

iiig-jaws  combined  with   jHwitivcly  driven  rotating  rubbing  de- 
vietw.  Huliatiintittlly  ii»  deacribwl. 

2  The  levers  and  their  piv..te<l  jaws,  eombinod  with  the  pi v- 
..ti<d  vibrating  fonii -carrying  lever  and  •  crank  to  oiH-rate  it  to 
move  the  form  at  a  varini.le  sihmhI.  sul»t»Mtially  as  deacrilM<d. 

.5.  In  coml.innlion,  the  .-riinpiug  jaws  and  their  yielding  sta- 
tion* r.  t'-  o|>erHlc  sulwtanlially  as  deaf-rlbed  and  shown. 

4  The  pivoUsl  levers  re  and  their  pivoted  jaws,  wmhined 
with  the  h.«ded  a.\iiistiiig-««rews.  i\\vA  with  relation  to  the  fVame- 
woik  of  the  machine,  extended  l.s»ely  through  the  said  levers. 
and  the  springn  <i,  iulwtontially  aa  dimrilied. 

229090.     IHCTRIO  SIGNAL  APPABATCS      H.««tQFi»«I, 
ajriigfield,  ■»••       Fil.d    Iir.  »,   1880       'No  aodo!   > 


229,902. 


r/rti«— 1  The  I'^.mbinalionof  an  electro-magnetic  ratchet 
will,  the  trip  9  and  hver  D,  the  «l..de  being  adapted  to  Iwk  and 
unl.Hk  Ml.'  hammer  «.  for  the  p.inH-o.  herein  sabatanttally  al.owu 

and  (Wwrilied.  ....      i 

2    The  combination  of  the  trip  g  and  lever  D  with  the  lover 

('   the  former  being  adaptwl  U<  I.K-k  and   nnl.K-k  the  hammer  a, 

and  the  hitU-r  to  prevent  instHiiUni-oos  ojieratlou  of  the  hammer, 

for  the  purjMWHi  her»'in  shown  and  di«cril»d. 

.1.   The  lever  (».  when  ndapted    to  mechanically  unlock   tUe 

hammer  a  by  hand,  sulmtjuitially  a>  shown  and  dt«  rilied. 

229,901.      PROPBLLINB   CARS   BT   ILECTRICITT       STimii 
D    FilLD.  N.wTork.N    T       Fll.d  Jo..  »    1  880       (He  »cd.l  > 


stnd  S  isoiK'niU'd  by  lever-*onuectlon  T  will,  the  .).«  k  iiineiu.  nl 
in  the  rt^gular  disc  liarife  of  the  time  m<-<  iiHiusiii.  and  hIi.««  ami 
K  IS  oiH-nittHl  by  angle-lwr  1".  under  ...iitn-l  of  the  e..iiil)in;iti..n- 
tnmblcrs  III.  f.'r  releaae  .>f  a  piviiiaturel>  k1o|.|h-«1  Inue  im.k  b- 
anism,  sulielaiitiallN  :u<  i«t  forth. 

4.  A  safe  U.ll  Hork  guardoil,  as  diwriUtl.  !>>  a  non  time  |.«k 
and  a  time  iiie«liani«m  thmngh  the  in.ilinni  of  llie  deit.riU-<l  time 
l.Kk  b<dt  or  disk  .1.  in  c<nubinatioii  with  the  m-lf-n'traitinu  ami 
gating  angle  l>ar  1',  »pring-caUh  I,,  and  time  nitcliet  M.  solwUn- 
tially  as  set  forth. 

,')  In  the  de»cril»ed  combination  with  a  c»>ni  In  nation  lock  in 
which  the  same  set  of  InmblerB  that  control  Uie  safe  b..lt-w..rl(  id 
oniinary  use  are  adaptcnl  to  be  aet  up  to  an  indof>endetit  secnt  f..r 
mnla,  and  with  the  «lf  relnuting  tunc  lock  b4ilt  or  disk  .la.'  con- 
nected with  the  time  iiieehanism  as  to  have  the  d««:nl>ed  auto 
matic  cmtrid  of  the  l-dt  work,  the  self-engaging  and  retractliiK 
angle-l>ar,  sulwtaiitially  as  di»»-ribe«l 
I  6.   In  a  releasablc  time-lock,  the  deBcril>e»l  combination  of  the 

I  aelf-retraoting  roUrj  tune  I.K-k  bolt  or  diak  .J,  a^uaUble  .prin^r 
'  caUh  U  and  time-natchet  M.  for  the  pnriKiae  set  forth. 

Tina  time-I.H-k.  tl>e  train  of  elock-work  arrange*!  in  groove<l 
annular  frame  I',  in  .•ombination  with  severtMl  nng  ^■  and  itt  at 
tidied  annular  dial  W,  meshing  by  means  of  the  interior  teeth,  «^, 
with  the  driving-pinion   \  .>f  the  clock  in..vemenl,  salwtaiitialty 
!  as  wt  forth. 

'220,903.     HARVESTER  GEARING       THiono»««    FLI.i(lKi». 

I        Rockford    111      ».«ig«or  lo  Htln  ■    Gorhsa    EwfStrii    »ti 

Norai.  C     Tboapion     ■.■•  pl.rt        Fiitd  Oct     30     !8:S 


Claim.— I.  The  .  .mibiiuaion,  with  an  elo«tn>-magnctic  motor 
and  it* .•.mimutat..r,  of  a  cinuit-oontndllng  lever  ca|*ble  of  throe 
,K«iti«iis.  the  fir*l  cloaing  the  circuit  .m  the  .•,Hnmatat..r  when  in 
position  U.  pnMln.*  a  forwanl  m.ition  of  the  niBtor,  the  a««.nd 
closing  the  .  irciiit  on  the  eommutaU.r  when  in  jxisition  to  pnv 
dnce  a  Iwckward  motion  of  the  motor,  and  the  third  iu1erruptin(l 
or  .nttiiig  off  the  current  from  tbo  luoU.r,  .ubatantially  aa  .et 

2  The  combination,  substantially  a«  herein  mt  forth,  of  a 
cmitinnous  li.dh.w  chaml«r  «mUining  an  in.ulate.1  electrical 
.-..mlu.tor  and  one  <ir   more  tulwa  extending   lengthwise  of  the 

chaiiila-r.  ,, 

;l  .V  railway  track  rail  oonaiating  of  a  continaon.  hollow 
cli:unl«r  having  an  insnbite.1  electrical  cnductor  extending 
lengthwise  within  it.  and  pn.vided  with  a  longitudinal  .lot,  .ub- 
stnntialh  as  w)t  forth. 


Claim— \     The   combiiiali..n.   «illi    a   tlnmUle   U;iniiL'   pn> 
vide<l  with  a  ..i.li.rical  enlargement  that  enemies  the  tl.imbl.'.  an^l 
having  an  aiinubr  oil-chamlier  having   an   oil   dint  c..niie<tin- 
therewith,  of  a  elamping- cap  pr..vuU-<l  « ill,   a  jHTforaliHl   nipple 
ada|>ted  t..  U   ins.rt«l  in  the  oil-du.t  in  tlie  thimble  W«annL-.  Mil' 
■tantialh  as  set  forth. 

2.  The  henin-deacrilwd  Uiinible-lwarings.  having  a  »pt.eri.-al 
enlargement  a<laptod  to  permit  of  lengthwise  alignment,  and  pre- 
vent ondwiae  irt.ncment,  and  having  an  oil-duct  coinmnnicatiUK 
with  iU  jonmal-hearing  .nrfaoe.  and  a  cap  provided  with  a  iMrf.. 
rated  nipple  adapter!  to  he  iMWted  In  the  oil-docl  in  the  thimble 
bearing,  in  o.»nibi nation  with  a  metallic  be<l  frame  of  a  ban  eater, 
funned  in  one  pie.«,  suiUhly  renewed  to  n<coive  the  thimble  Imar 
ing.  t..  .npport  in  pn.per  ,«).iUon  U.e  slMifta  of  the  gear  Im.ii  of  a 
harvester.  .ubaUntially  as  hereinbefore  aet  forth 


229,902.      TllK    LOCI        Edwis  H    Flut    Ci.el.i.tl    Okio 
Fl'ltd  Ajr    «.  1880       (lodtl  ) 
CJooas.— 1    In  combination  with  a  time-l.Kk  and  a  jwnnnU- 
tion-KH-k,  both  operating  to  guard  the  «fe  bolt-w..rk,  the  me,  h- 
„u,i„,  sul-Untiallv  a.  d««ribe.l,  operating  to  remove  the  time 
ol^tru^tion  and  open  the  l.K-k,  in  the  event  of  a  l.K;k-..ut,  thn.ugh 
the  aame  tumbler.,  .et  upon  a  wcret  fonuuU,  and  the  wme  gato. 
therwif  that  .witrol  the  wfe  bolt-work  in  ordinary  u»o. 

2  The  combination  of  a  time  mechanism  and  couibinaUon- 
l,K-k  which  operate  in  the  manner  de«-ribed  to  control  the  M.e 
b.dt-work  br  mean,  of  the  time  lock  b.dt  or  disk  .1.  the  .pnng  . 
catch  U  i»T  engagement  with  the  time-ratchet  Ma  «ne.  .rf 
.ingle-gatod  tumble™,  I  I  I  ,  «»ixial  with  «.d  bolt  ..r  disk  .1, 
the  angle-bar  P,  and  tumbler-arlKir  (I,  .ubaUnUally  a.  set  forth. 

.1  III  combination  with  a  time  mechanUiii  and  a  set  of  com- 
binali.m  tumblers.  op..rating  as  .le«:ribe.l,  to  guard  the  .afe  bolt- 
work   the  *lf  retracting  n)Ur>  time  Lxk   U.lt  or  disk  .).  wh<»e 


229,004.     RDNNIN6  8IAR  FOR   WAflONS       J«l    C    Fowiii 
AreoU.  Toi mlgs.r  to  kiB.slf  a.d  Jsk.  H    B    Hsiio.  iiao 
pU««       Flltd  J*i    14.  1880 


Claim.— \.  Th.'  .-ombination,  with  pin  i  and  Ixdt  d.  the  latter 
having  arc-shape.1,  slotted,  and  ftattene<l  end.  of  the  plaU-  A  and 
bar  f,  transverw'ly  slotted,  as  shown  and  doacrilH>d 

2.  In  wagi.ii<«>npliiig*.  the  .  m-le  plaU'  m.  brtw-c  »,  and  n.ller 
o,  combined  with  the  Udt  d.  the  bonmis  /.,  sbrtt«l  axle  Uvr  n.  \»>\- 
Iter  n.  and  bra<^  «■/,  subaUnti:vl!y  as  and  for  tb.  iMirinr.-,  s<-t 
forth. 


A 


I02 


OFFICIAL    CiAZFTTF. 


July    13,    i88q. 


229  996       PASTBNKR    FOR    MEETING    BAILS    OF    SASHES 
s'.o.   J     F..»«Ai.    N.-Tork    M    T      L.iR.or   to   Miry   ?r..- 
».,    ....    plt^.       F>1.<   Mty   1»,1««0       model   > 
Hnft  -\  -|.rins;-l>ni»«Hl  Hli.lm«  li.x.k   m-n  tl.c  .iimht  w«l. 

raul.«.  a.....n.al..aIlrunaer*.l'"iiK-pr««<-d   Ixv-.U-.!   l.-n-k   u,-m. 

tl„.  l.,>»pr  wMh       A  follow.-r  on  tlu-  eu.l  of  ;i  im-li  r.«\   ra.*-*  tlir 

i„v..t,M    Iw-.k    lA  .1  ■Mill  »"'l    n-tr,ut«  III.'   -.luli.m   l.'x.k    !.n   .l.r...  t 

(.rcaxurc,  tliiw  nnltHkiuu  tlie  mmlH-w. 


iiiiijitruoUsl  milwlnntiHllv  lut  lu'n-m 
»lin«ii  iind  ili'jwTilxxl,  '•.mMiMtlili;  of  thi>  two  ix.M-*  I>  I.  tlio  slitliiii.' 
liiHik  F,  liii>iiiif  a  cnmB  ln-iul  ii|hui  its  «liftiik.  tlic  luiii;vii  liook  Iv. 
Ii.imhl:  projtx-tioii  M.  till' "priiiL'"!  H  M  I.,  tin- •'li'lnii:  I'Iih  k  \.  in.! 
ilM  |im  ().  :IM  wt  forth 

J.     Ill    .1    -iilsllliK  k,    llo      ..illll.lM.llloli.    \Mtil     til.-    ■•linilu'-.M'tOll 

-hiliii^'   iMHpk  V  :m>\   til.    «|.riiu'-;>.  I'll   li'H.k    K.  |.i-"vi.l.".l  « illi  tlic 
111.  Inii.i  i.r.i|i<  fioii   M.  of  llic   .liiliiii.'  l>l.«k  N.  |iroM.l..l  >nlli   the 

■  IK  I- il  iit^  roiM  >,  ,iil.-l.iiili  ilt\    1-    iiiilfoi'  llii    po!  |">^    -it   forlli. 

229,996,       WELL     BORINO     APPARATUS         H«bky     S  a  «  ii  t  l 

0*11,.  WtokajfH,   III   ,   jmiitnor    to  himn-ir   an.1   ii»or«»    t\T*. 

■  aiK  plice       Piled  Mar     \%     ISHO        iNona.KlM    ' 

llrirf. — Tlio   liliafl  «llli    :uii.'i  r  |Hoiit    ii  lo'li'    m   )ri<-tioil;il  t'll- 

CiiC'i'i.'lit  »  itll  till"  i«U<'%i' of  lln   ;iii:,'ii  in   no  :ui~  of  s|Mnit;  :i<liMt<il 

\M-ili,'.-"  iM'ariiiL'  iM'tMicii  til.'  •Iiiift    iiiil  mill  rx  on  iIh   «liv\r      Till' 

wiilu'iK  iirc  «H  iiri'U  to  (\  liMMw  t):nii.'iil  lolLir  on  tin  kIkiO  ainl  rtviiuil 

mil  liKiwii.vl  liy  .1  colLir  Im ntli  tlir  tLiiiircl  .ulLii'   li;iMnu   i  liiiil 

.mil  rojK' 


229,997 


JULV      .3, 


1880. 


l.  S.  rATF:NT  OFFICK. 


'O.l 


r::..„.,..;~j. 


■mill  111.'  t;ii.l>-  V.  ""■  lianmi.T*  N.  ^m.l  lli<'  'I'*'  li,  of  tlio  tlip-lioKlor 
fortiifMl  of  the  til.H  k  1',  the  clftiniiinn  iil;i(4w  I  .  and  tlio  Ixilt*  V. 
!iul*tjintml!\  ;i«  licn-iii  dliowii  ami  iltiwrilwd,  for  lioldint;  tlie  dio 
while  til.'  ii,ii»i    11  Ix'iilC  rut,  an  IM't  forth. 

3.  In  ;i  iii:v  hill.'  for  ciiltiiit:  liU'O-paiK'r.  tin'  niiiiliiiiatioii, 
with  the  die  K,  iIk'  duvlioldrr  T  V  V,  and  it*  Imndlw  X.  of  the 
cnnod  oprinirn  V,  tli<-  .  Iaiii|i  '/.  A  .  and  th.'  Icmth  It  .  Hulwtuiitiiil1> 
M  heroin  shown  an.l  d.'xrrilH-.i,  for  lioldiiii;  the  (uiimt  uiwii  the 
dlo  U  while  licing  cut,  ;w  *<-\  forth. 

229,908.    FKEDINO  ATTACUIEMT  FOR  PRINTING  PRESSES 
FlIDIIIci  L    Ooia    Cbicaico    III     \t%\%toT  of  ooe  half  of  hiii 
rigkt   to   Chtrlei  J    Str.^mberK    itvte    pUrr        Filnd    Feb    13 


ItlO. 


CUtiM  —\  TliiM'oiiihiiiation,  with  III.-  sliafl  K  .mil  sU-om-  K. 
of  till'  rullcm  1.,  w.-^Jc''"  M,  and  »i>niitf!i  »»,  9*  nlmwn  ami  domrilK'.l. 
for  till"  |Mirp»iiir  «(Mfi1i«Hl. 

i.  Till-  ('.iiiihiiialion  wilii  Iho  wiMl>.'<-a  M  an.l  <lccvc  K'.  of  the 
flanifinl  (vdlar  N ,  I.kw*-  r.ilLirP.  Kill  /i,  and  ru|K'  Q,  ;«  *howu  and 
d«i«'rilMMl,  for  the  i>iiri>i)iH'  »iio<ilif<l. 

229.997.       MACHINE    FOR    CUTTING    LACE    FROM    PAPER 
AHlioil    0ll4UD»T,   Ne«ry.   N     J        Filed    Oct     28     ISTD 
Claim.  —  I.    In  a  iiiat'luiio   for  iiittiin;   lai  c-|ia|¥r.  ihi-  roinhi 
nation  of  tin"  hori/outal  pinn  or  Uiltii  K.  the  vertical  Imltjt  L.  and 
till'  tillini:  M  with  tho   haiiiin.r  .irum  .1  and   llie   |>i\otiHl  Ixin.  H, 
milintaiitialU   ;w»   hcn'iii    shown   and   di-«'i'ilM<<l.  "hcndiy  the    luim 
liier<   \    iiia\    Ik    ^wljimted   III   a  straiifht   or   a  cnrvi.<l   line.   t/.   ri 
i[iiiriMl. 

I.    In   a    iiiachiue    for    mtlin::    l.i.'.'    i>a|"  r,    the    .  nnitiinaUon, 


Clmim.  —  1  Tin-  iiiPtlnMl,  Knlwtuntiivllv  an  hen'mln-forc  do- 
Hcribod,  of  l>rintiiii;  or  Nliadiiii;  illiiiiiiiial.i'<l  canl«  or  shct-U  diapo- 
n»ll)r,  W)  nit:  liy  fi.<><liiitc  tho  canl*  or  Hhiy-ts  iliaironally  into  the 
pmK,  ami  hy  arnimrinu'  the  form  in  a  eorri-jtiKiiidinnly  diu^'uiial 
jMNiilion,  siilMt.iiitially  iu<  k|>.-<  itied 

1.  The  eoiiihiiittti.in,  nilli  lln'  fcnl  Ixiar.l  and  iiiiproHKion-cy  I- 
illdur  of  a  priiilin^j-iirewi,  of  the  nipiH-m  K  K.  ea.li  i«ncc(uii.ivp|y 
loiiiirr  than  thi'  otherM,  ami  ha>  in;;  their  worklni;  cndu  in  a  line 
cvtemlinu  diajjonally  iu-rtiw  lln-  eylin.ler,  and  of  the  e\t«nKibl<! 
mil  >ibrator\  ciii'h-"  (id,  nhenhy  sh.itj"  lU'eardu  fnl  .liav'onally 
mill  till  prew.  «ill  U-  wi/ii-.l  ami  ira^'.^l.  snULintially  a»  and  for 
the  purit.t-1.''*  iiH'<  itird 

3.  The  coiiil.inatioii  of  the  tiltinjr  f»>«d-board  C,  the  cam  k, 
the  thimble  h  ,  tin'  eyiinder  \.  and  the  nippers  F  F,  labstantially 
a*,  an.l  for  the  piir|>i»tej<  !<p«!<-ified. 

229.999  HOISTING  DEVICE  Bjhidict  Goodbah,  Aibiri. 
Ud  Filed  Dee  22,  1»:» 
CUnm.—T\\f  .•oinl.inati.in.  with  the  frame  A  A  ,  of  the  Idix-k 
H  K.  one  iiiil  of  wluih  i»  *i  C4in»trueted  «»  to  tit  lo<»«'ly  within 
ihiek*  .\'.  an.l  rcMilMiiK  fn-<dy  around  pintle  H'  of  strap  (',  sub- 
■tiintiallv  a«  an.l  tor  the  purpose  ..hovvn. 


aiiid  Biixiliiiry  iiiat'iiet  applxinj:  by  it*  attractive  fore*  iU  retract- 
inp-sprinv'  when  the  home  IwlU-ry  is  in  cir.nit,  »uUUntiall\  a« 
detK-rilfod. 


230,002.       STOVE     BOARD 
N     Y       Filed  Apr    46     1880 


A.    iRviiin    Giiobt 
(  No  Bodel   ! 


New    York, 


230,000 
laat 

lirxrf. 
the  gyiiilxd 


OAIK  APPARATUS      Edwi»b  6ii»t.  Imebetler. 
Fll«4  lar.  »»,  1880       (No  Boiel  ' 
—The  f»oe»  of  the  counters  are  c«unU»rHunk  to  receive 


Claim.-— \  bU'VC  -  lx>ard  eonntruit.Ml,  !.nh«tjviitially  an  herein 
»hown  and  dencril^d,  <«f  the  stme  plate  .\.  with  a  lioad.  U.  and  a 
bent,  I>.  and  havinp  the  lower  pir.  ('.  .>f  the  h.iii  D  wrrujrat*«l 
mmI  iU  ed(re  tnnied  up  ii*rftin«t  tlie  plate  A  within  the  c«Mty  of 
tho  be^  B,  »i»d  the  <eiK«er  E,  w-mcnuxl  to  the  lower  (.ide  of  the 
.plate  A,  «»  »et  forth. 

230.003.  HANDLE  SOCIBT  FOR  SHOVELS.  SPADES  AND 
SCOOPS  PiTUCi  W.  G«00«.  St.  Lo«li,  ■«  Flle4l  l*?  ' 
1810       (lodel  ) 


(■;«.«.— The  within-dencribcd  ghmc  »pp*r»tiu.  conniiitinp  of  I 
a  lK>ard.  20,  upon  which  a  head  U  delineated,  portlonn  of  which  | 
.onHtitute  the  Hvmbolii  2.  3,  4,  5,  6.  and  of  counters  which  c*rry  ; 
.■orre«iK,ndinK  i.p«Wta  apon  one  face,  while  their  Wk«  are  blank, 
all  HutwUntially  as  de»erib«l, 

230  001.     DDPLEX  TBLtORAPH       D*i.l.L  B    0  R*- dt  ,  Bo.to. 

!»..      »..,g,ortoN»tl.».i.lF    Potter    Trn. tee  for   hm.eir. 

,.,d  Gr».d,,  Frank    M.nr..    Ch».    G    McKfisM,  ».d  O.org. 

Cmtt.rtoD.  ProTl4..e..  R    1       Filld    Deo    4,   l«7f. 

/,^,>^_Anxiliarv  eleotro-niapirt  on  a  pivotal  lever,  with  a 

retractile  oprinR  adj.i.t«5   t.>  the  strength  of  the  home   >«»".v-  '" 

„,n.wn  into  circuit  on  the  operation  of  the  home  key,  and  In  U 

eonnim  ,..a..,etieall.  c«upIod  to  the  relay  lever  a.Id.  the  force  of 

it«  svrinit  to  that  of  the  retnulile  .pn.i«  ftctinp  upon  the^tr  ny- 

V. Ttht.  pr,.ve„tin«  a  .ignal  a,  the  home  station.     The  add,  mn 

of  thebati;rvattl-edl.unt  ^tntion  U-  «'-'   '*^  '•f/'T;;  ^   ' 

overcome*  the  stt^nfth  of  t>oth   spHnp*.  >''">'^  '^ /'''  ''-•^  "'    ll'\ 

„o„.e   .ution   i.  ..,-.   th.'  anviliary  macnet    .  ou.  of  crvui.  «nd 

,l,e  diM...it   Imttery  ha«  .mly  U- ..^ .rcome  the  n>nng  attuclunl   to 

tlie  relay  lever  aii.l  the  UK.'alj«  <d.»«-d. 


riatw.— The  aocket  A,  ha%  ing  tlanp<«  or  plat«»  H  (',  o«nn«t«l 
at  their  npixr  edp»,  in  combination  with  the  blade  I),  having  d^ 
presBiou  K,  an  (thown  and  de«cribod 

230.004.      DESICCATING   ygGETABLES        Hiiroi    HitTot 
10)    Ntikii.  N    H       Flltd  Apr    8.1880       (  M»  tpeelBeii  ) 
Vla\m.^\    The  method  of  deBiL^c»lin(f  ve^reUble*  herein  de 

s<ribe<l.  which  consinU  in  trtsatinp   the  pulp  with  an  antineptir 

agent,  then  cxtractinR  the  liquid  and  «»(f^lable  }M.rtionn  while 

the  vejreUble  is  in  a  raw  rtate,  dry  ing  the  magnia  or  nolid  part*, 

ooajrnlating  the  ciajrulaWe  portions,  remorinn  the  awne,  then  add 
i  in(t  it  to  the  niatfina  and  drying,  concentrating  the  liquid  portion* 
i  by  boat,  mixing  the  wh.de  together,  redrring  the  tnaM.and  redu< 

lug  it  to  a  powdered  or  granulated  condition. 

2.  Tlie  iimtbod  of  d»wcc*ting  herein  described,  which  con 

siHtJ.  in  fimt  TTUioving  the  akins  from  the  vegeUblea;  aecwid.  grat 
'  ing  or  grinding  the  aaiiie  and  subjecting  the  pulp  to  calcic  bwnl 

phite,  Ihinl,  expro«.inp  the  liquid  portioim and  drying  the  niagwa; 
I  fourth,  boiling  the  liquid  ix.rtioni.  and  reiiiovinc  tho  oosjfulable 

IH.rtion,  which  is  then  inixetl  with  the  niapma;  fifth,  conoentrat- 
i  ing  the  li.inid  Ui  a  singly  consiKtency  and  mixing  it  with  the 
lii.apma;    and.  lastly,  drying  and   puhcri/inp  tli<    imuw.  «ul»Uii 

I  liallv  a«t  set  forth. 


230,006.    VISE      JAiin  F 
S,  1880.      *No  Bodtl.) 


Filed  Apr. 


^ 


Chim  -1  In  a  multipl.'-tra.ismisaion  telegraph,  the  eombi- 
nation  with  the  ti.ain  relay-magnet  and  it*  aniiatiir.'.  .-f  a  mo,  a^ 
ble  auxiliary  eUH-trevmapnet  »dapte<l  to  act  on  an  armature  carried 
bv  the  main  armature  lever  in  an  opp<«.te  dir«-.ion  to  the  mam 
magnet,  .nbrtantially  a*  ami  f..r  the  punxme  d.*cnl*d. 

2  In  a  mnltiple-transmission  telegrHph,  a  main  relay  map- 
net  and  It.  armature,  combined  »i,li  a  movable  auxiliary  m.unict 
adapt^xl  t.,  attract  th.'  main  armalnte-k'ver  and  pr^'vent  it  tr,.u 
Kmg  moved  up  to  the  ,x.le.  .-f  th.'  relay-magtiet  to  p.ve  a  signal 
wl  n  ac.o.1  njlon  U  the  home  battery  alone,  the  aaid  anxi hary 
maim-riK-ing^.  a.li..sU.l  a.  to  its  movement  that  when  the  foni- 
:  T  .Ustai't  battery  is  adde.l  tin  .ml  auxiliary  .-MT.-  -- 
with  the  main  r.-lay -armature  t..  the  ,Hdes  of  the  relay  to  give  a 
Miiiial.  »ul*lantially  an  dew  rilH'J  ... 

'3     In   a  mnltiple-tra..smisai..n  telegraph,  the  con.binatmn, 
with   the  main   eUvtro-mapn.t    and  its  an.iature  and   rvtnw'ting- 

;:■;,;:;.,   anxiHan   el..- mapn...   -a  a-arryiiip^levr.   piv 

oed   ami   inoM.l.d  with   a  retnvtinu'-spr.ng  .Hpable  ..f  l«-mg  ad 
;;li  ;',  L >■  ....■  ...n.t,w.  inmu.,i.'e  ..f  .be  home  l>at,ery  .  the 


Claim.~\  In  a  vitx  of  the  character  herein  specified,  a  plate 
provided  with  a  ein  iiinforential  groove  adapted  to  receive  the 
projection  ni>on  the  removable  clutch  .1  and  tu  afford  a  bearing 
for  the  same  at  any  point  of  said  groove,  a»  deieeribed,  so  that  the 
vine   inav  Ije  set  and  clamped  at  any  point,  snb^Untially  a*  het 

forth. 

2.   In  a  vise  of  the  character  herein  set  fortli.  the  combination 

of  the  circumferontially  grr>ove<l  plate  K.  a  removable  clutch  jw»«t 

ing  thnviiph  an  ear.  R,  upon  vise-plate  1)  and  engaging  with  thi- 
1  pr.K)ve,  and  a  nut  1,  theae  sereral  parU  l*ing  arranged  Ui  operate 

subtitantially  a*  set  forth, 

.'l.    In  a  vise  of  the  character  herein  set  forth,  the  coinbina 

tion  of  a  movable  plate  carrying  the  vi«e-jaw»,  a  sUtionary  plate 
I  having  a  circumferential  groove  the  upper  surface  of  which  is  in 
'  dined  upwardly  and  t/iward  the  center  of  the  plate,  and  a  clutch 

having  the  upper  surface  of  its   locking   projection  similarly  in 
1  clined  and  adapted  to  tit  said  groove,  the  clutch   U-ing  provided 

«ilh  means  for  ..pcrating  the  same.  subsUnfially  a*,  aitd  for  the 

puriKitM'S  set  forth, 

1  In  a  vis.- of  the  eham.ler  li.-n'iii  «-t  forth,  the  comt.iimti.m 
of  a  movable  plate  cHrryinp  tho  M«.ja»..  a  -Utionary  pUtc  liav- 


i 


mm 


10+ 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE. 


July 


i88o. 


ing  It  •  iri-uiiif»'r»'iitial  i^niove  the   npjwr  >sd   andcr  lurfaoea  of 
wliH  h  »re  lncliii«d   ijpwarilly  anJ  t<iw«rd  th«>  o«ntcr  of  the  pl»t«,  [ 
An<\  »  iliiUli  carryinK  a  lo«kinif-nat  the   locking  p/ojection   of  i 
wliK-h  in  Mliipted   t4)  travel  in  mid   icmov  and   to  cie»r  tba  uuua,  \ 
•  uhaitantiAlly  m  and  for  the  pnqMiam  lot  forth. 

.')    In  •  VIM)  of  th<>  character  berain  «et  ft>rth,  the  clatch  .1 ,  ' 
having   ita  itliank   cmt  awa)'.  as  explained,  and  anut,  1,  having  a 
hearing  apiiii  the  viite-plale  over  the  Ixittom  plate.  Mid  cluleh  tw 
me  adapted   to  engagf  in  the  lircmuferPBtiMl   groove  a|H>n   th<'  | 
brittoni  piat«,  the  clatch  and  the  two  pUtM  b<>ing  arraiigad  ami  I 
roiiihiwed  to  o|ierate  (uhatantially  an  iH>t  forth.  I 

It.  Tb«  combination  of  via«-pUta  1>,  having  oaa  or  inorv  ean«,  \ 
K.  hottniu   t)l»te,  E.  having  circumferential  gr<H)ve   M.  with   in-  I 
clini<d  lurfacen,  clatch  .1,  cut  away,  as  explainwl,  and   nut  I.  the   i 
whole  romhiiKMl  itnd  arranged  to  clamp  llie  two  pUtm  together  at 
the  recion  of  tli«  ^nxive,  RulMtantially  in  tbc  utanuer  aUown,  and 
for  the  pan'i'Mea  net  forth. 

230, 00«.     SAyglT   APPLIAMOB  FOE  ILIVATOES      ALf«ii> 

H  Bill,  Boitai  ItM  PU«4  1»7  1 7.  1  g«0  (H*Mf4(t.' 
/Irte/. — The  wedife-blixik  ii<  c«>nne<-t«xl  with  the  car  by  nieanii 
of  a  Huitiible  dcviiv  withiii  the  car  for  drawing  the  wedge-blixk 
in  that  poMition.  fur  the  jmriMw*"  of  stopping  the  car  The  car  upon 
iLs  Ihwer  and  iip]>er  curiicni  ii«  provided  witli  teeth,  which,  wlieii 
the  fb'Viitor  car  i*  cjiiited  by  cuiiiini;  in  .  niitiut  nitli  tbc  wc^lge, 
will  Ui  forced  iiitu  the  (tide  of  tbc  clcviitor  well. 

I 


CUitm — III  a  iiut-li>ek,  t)ie  conibination,  with  a  threaded 
lM)lt,  of  a  nut  ap|>lied  theroon  and  having  a  threaded  p«-rforatioii 
at  right  ani;le»  to  lU  axia  of  rtJUtion,  a  yielding  cuahion  or  plug 
in  wd  perforation,  and  a  flat-ended  Krew  applied  in  aaid  )>erfo- 
ration  and  jaiiiiiiini;  the  coahicm  against  the  bolt,  the  whole  ar 
ranged  and  o(wrating  substantially  as  Hi>erifted. 


Cltttm. — 1  The  combination  of  the  w('«l;ji>.b|rMk  1>.  Iiiuim;  n 
iiHoeiiient  with  the  elevator-car,  and  mean*  whereby  the  l.M;»linn 
of  tli»  we<lg»>-block  in  n'lation  to  the  car  may  !m-  vnruMi  from  w  itb- 
in  the  car,  «nl»tantially  m  and  for  the  purpoww  il.'«<Tih«-d 

2.  The  (Mimbinationnf  a  wedge-nhaped  bbx^k  having  a  iimve- 
ment  in  an  elevator  well  Ci)incidcnt  with  that  of  the  elevator  car 
bv  an  independent  «apiM)rting-r«i)e,  and  the  car  pnivided  with 
toeth  K  upon  its  lower  and  apper  oorners  or  lower  corner  or  edgw 
or  e»lge.  unlisUntially  as  and  for  the  parp«iae  dearribed 

230,007.      STR«KT     SI6N       Kcwk    1     HiSDT.    Bnffiio    N     Y. 
Fiitd  I»r  4,   HiO       (No  aodd   ' 


(.'latn.  —  In  a  ttr«*t-«lfn,  the  combination  of  two  plates.  B, 
connected  tofether  and  aiTKIlfad  at  an  angle  to  e»c!i  other,  a  cir 
i-ular  clasp.  ooMistitm  «f  a  body,/,  and  a  locking  (xirtiou,  j.  etm- 
iu«  ted  together  hy  l«aldaff  darioH  k  i  as,  and  rods  d,  whereby  both 
|ilat<«  K  a/«  rigidly  oaniiMtod  with  Um  hody/  of  the  clasp,  tub- 
ntHiitially  as  set  forth. 


230,008. 
fkit    Pt 


PARALLEL    RDLIK. 
fWti  Fib    t»,  IITI 


J«Ri   I    BikDia    Pkllsdd 


230,010 

D«r    in 


330.000.      MOT    LOCI       JoiTDi    HiiDi»o, 
Flli4   Isy  tl.  It<0.     (I*  Botsl  ) 


Brrtigkaa,    HI. 


Flltd 


CUttm—The  combination,  with  a  map,  of  index-sheets  se- 
cured by  their  up[>er  e<lge«  to  the  map-roller  and  pendent  on  the 
aide  of  the  map,  sutmtautially  as  shown  and  deecrilMd. 

230,011.  VINTILATOR  FOR  CARS.  *c  Joif  R.  HlTDm  iid 
WiLLiia  H  TiiiLL,  BlooBliKtoB,  111.  Fll«4  lar.  (  1880 
(  No  Bolsl.) 


Clami.-^l.  The  conibination  of  a  straight  <><lge  and  triangle 
prtivided  with  a  prtijectlng  arm,  n,  e<-centric  d.  stnd  /,  and  cin-u- 
iar  sc»le  g.  operated  for  the  purpoa*-  of  rulinif  parallel  liiieH,  seo- 
tiou-lining,  or  cylindrical  shading,  substAOtially  as  specitie<l 

2.  The  conibination,  with  the  straight -edg«<  .\.  of  the  cinu- 
lar  wale  g.  utiid  /,  and  the  revolvip|(;  eccentric  d.  pivoted  to  said 
Btraight-odge  by  the  screw  e,  substantially  as  !i|iecitled. 


I'OiiM — 1  In  H  ventilator  for  cant,  veaaels,  or  baildinga,  the 
roiubinatioii  of  the  air-rectHving  tube  B,  pipe  U,  having  the  coni- 
cal or  converging  portion  g,  exhaiMt  or  discbarge  shaft  or  tabe  F, 
provided  with  the  receptacle  H,  having  register  A,  and  the  damper 
k  ,  HulMtantially    :w   and   for   the   purpose   bereiu   shown   and   do- 

■<criix.Hl 

2.  Fn  a  ventilator  for  earn,  vemels,  or  buildings,  the  combina- 
tion of  the  sir-reieiving  tul>e  K,  pipe  O,  having  the  conical  i>r 
converging  imrtion  g.  exltanst  or  discharge  tube  or  shaft  F,  having 
the  recepUi'le  H,  |<nivided  with  refister  A,  and  the  pivoted  damper* 
g'  A  ,  all  arranertxl  to  o|)erate  subatantially  in  the  manner  as  and 
for  the  pnrp<Me  herein  ehown  and  deacribed. 

.3  Ins  ventilator,  the  combination  of  the  air-receiving  tube 
B  *,  axbaost  or  discharge  tube  or  shaft  F,  provided  with  register 
/.  doable- nioatbed  reoeiving-ftannel  C,  having  sliding  valve  D, 
and  the  revolving  duKliarge-hood  F',  snhatantially  as  described. 

380,012.    eRAIN  CAR  DOOP     TiSHii  HililiT,  Csckrti.  Iii. 

FiUd  lif  19  1880  (Ns  motil.) 
Hrvf  —  .V  (Train  car  door  is  provided  with  a  hinge  -  plate 
pivoted  to  the  piide  of  the  car,  and  carrying  a  stop  bearing  under 
a  guide  strip  on  tlie  uprights  ou  one  side  of  the  door-opening.  Tlie 
tnr  end  of  the  d<Nir  sots  into  a  shoe  when  the  door  is  closed,  and 
is  suitably  fastened^ 


ri«»»a».— In  a  freight-car,  the  ooinWmktioB,  with  the  oMr-en- 
trance  n,  door  H,  and  upright  C,  of  the  hinge-pUt«  D,  provided 
with  stop- pin  a.  I>  biing  pivoted  at  one  end  to  the  nprifht  and  at 
the  other  tii  the  end  of  the  door,  the  ^de  IT,  secured  to  ikid  op- 
riiiht  and  t*)  the  fliMir  of  the  car,  and  engafing  said  pin  a,  and  the 
flanged  guard  «.i,  having  a  Csatening,  subatantially  as  specified. 


July   131 


1880. 


8.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


los 


230.018.    TILieRAPH  80DMDIR.    H.».TVi.  HO.T....MI. 

KU.sb.tk.  M.  1.      FU.*   Apr.    17,  1«80.      («.  -«*.!•) 


380.018.     CAEDHOLDM.     P..»i.ic«  0    Hb.t...  ■...Ua. 
ui,  Br.t.wiek.     Fll.i  1*7  ".  l**"-     (■•*»1> 


Claim -I  "ne  «,mbi.\ation  of  "the  lever  8,  carrying  two 
armature.,' R  and  R,  with  two  permanent  ^^^^t^lJ^o'^er 
V  M     whoae  oor«  ar*  coiled  with  the  line -wire  m  reverse  order 

nd  whl  ends  are  in  the  «-  pUn.  -  *''*'  T1  anTX" 
magneU  alternately  attract  their  re.pect.ve  »nnt»r«  and  alter 
natelv  ^.M^nforoe  each  other,  suhrtantially  ^  .pacified.  | 

•2    The  combination  of  the  lever  8.  carrying  two  arniaturea,  ; 
with  two  permanent  magnets  of  une<,ual  ,x.wer  and  with  an  ad-  | 
.uiable  r,l^UU>r,  a.  on  the  stronger  of  said  permanent  magnets, 
subatantially  as  herein  shown  and  described 
230  014.      BDLIT  PLOW       JO..    I     HOC   S.slk    i..i.  L* 

'^:;;!^;^:re-p::::^t^..eumguel.Jen.l.J 

To.^.^    m  ;1-.^ aam,K,d  U.  a  .l.de  wb.cb  moves  lU 

a  vertical  slot  of  tbi  axU 


CUtim.—A»  an  improved  article  of  manufacture,  a  card  rack 
«,n.tmct«i  sohrtantially  a.  herein  shown  and  descrU*.!.  c..ns..t 
ing  of  socketed  pUt«  B  B'.  flanged  and  Uwthod  side  rod.  I  t. 
p,JvVded  with  tbnmb-piec«.  (i  O,  spring  D.  held  by  finger  h,  and 

cap  H,  as  act  forth.  

230  017       SIPARAILI    UTTON.      Jo.»    H     Hodo.i.   Attl. 
k.rs.jk    «...     ...1|."  f   *'— If   "*   "'"^  "    *^"'" 

I         t.r,  ..B.   pl.t..      F11.4  M.y  IS.  1««0       (led.!.) 


Ciflwa.— In  a  separable  button,  the  curved  wire  catches  f,  ar- 
ranged within  a  cup.  i.  and  having  the  short  beveled  end  lip.  «-. 
ill  combination  with  the  oppo.i»*  spring.  /  /.  arranged  betw«n 
the  ..de  of  cup  and  tbc  curved  i»rts  of  caUht*,  a.  shown  and  do- 

i»rril)cd.  - 

230018      PIPE  CODPLIMG      DitiB  B    Hi»d  ..i  In»»>"  H 
R;,T..L,Col..bi.,P-..      FlI.dM.r,  n    U««       'Nn.od.i.) 


r,„i^-l    The  combination  of  U-aiii  W.  bracket  D,  pUt*  D  , 

K  «  se't  forth,  whereby  the  plow  «n  be  turned  around  b,  the 

direct  draft  of  the  team.  .    .    y, 

2    iTcombination  with  the  l«am  of  a  plow,  a  »»"^<,I^- 

•^"f  ^.e'::::Sation  of  the  aAinsUble  plat.  D^having  a 
groove  in  it.  upper  .ari^.  the  disk  I>-.  having  a  projectmn  u,K,n 
JT^nder  surfacTand  the  bolt  IV.  whe«,by  the  width  of  the  fur- 
;^w  cut  by  IhMilow  .-an  be  regulated  by  a  transverse  movement 
of  the  diskrupon  the  plate,  a.  des<rnbed. 


I  CJ-m—In  a  pipe-«>«pling.  the  combination  and  arrange- 

ment  of  the  fanceU  A  B,  hollow  plug.  «  b.  elbow,  a  »^  ?> P» 
1  (■  K  H.  stuffing-box  D.  flanges  .1  and  (I.  and  buUon-head^d  b<du 
,  ,  .,  engaging  with  notches  g  g.  a.  herein  sbown  and  de.cnl*d. 

i  230  019.     HARVE8TIR.     WiLL.i.  I    B».t    C.d.r  Citr  lo 
'        s.'.ig.or    to    h....lf    ..i    Ck.rl..    W      8.-..1.    ..■•    »!"• 
Filed  l.y  IS.  1«S«      ^"o  "o**'^ 


230,015.     CAR   CODPLINO 
P..      Flltd  J»«»  1     1*'^ 


CT.ii   R    Bowi.D,  H..tUl*»« 
<No  BOd.l.) 


rimim.-l  In  a  c*r-c«upler,  the  combination  of  the  coopling- 
bar  K  w^  the  link  H.  frame  1.  and  .pring  X,  .ul-t«iti.Uy  a. 

"""J  rnrcir-conpler,  the  -»>'"'^">" -:,^);— t'';^^!- 
with  tlie  link  H.  fVame  I.  spring  N.  pin  a,  rod  P,  rod  F  ,  gn.de  I  , 
and  rods  B  R,  snhaUntially  as  set  forth.  k-,  k., 

8  A  oar^^pler  provided  with  a  vibrating  coupling-bar  hav- 
ing a  tri*ngnl.r-.hap«i  end,  in  .ximbimUion  with  *  nl-ratory  link. 
H  a  fV*™e  I.  and  a  curved  b«  with  n-nng.  attached  to  .U  ends, 
M  set  forth. 


Clmm.—l    In  a  harreater,  the  mecbaniam  for  tranrf^irring 
the  gavela,  constructed   .ubatw.ti.Jly  a.    herein   shown  and  de- 
Lril^.  «>n«.Ungof  the  reciprocating  rii*ft  -  and  •••  dn-K- 
,  gearing,  the  arm  .,  the  crank^shaft  ,,  the  sliding  "P^fJ*^  ^''^ 
^.lotted  cma.-he.-i  i  and  pin  i,  the  *.m.-*ylmdncal  P^  V; 
I  having  an  elliptical  .pening  betw««  their  ^^ni  '^^^, 
lellipti'cal  pirotLl  guid.pUte  ,  and  iU^-^  «;  ^*  ^^^^ 
geJr-wheels  r  t,  and  their  ann.  .  e.  whereby  t^*J»;*'  >•  »^«° 
!  ^  the  pUtform  «.d  dropped  to  the  ^o'-f  •  -"^ /j;^ 
j  2.   In  a  harrerter,  the  oombinaUon,  with  the  ^nve- wheel  axle 

■  B,  the  g«.r.wheeU  O  P.  and  the  <»anter.haft  Q.  "f ^^^'^ 
,  ^r  wbTl.  rgh..  the  .egmantal  gear  a.  the  hon*mtal  .haft  Z. 


io6 


OKFICIAL    (iAZETTt. 


[lly    13,    1880. 


the  Qpri^ht  iih»ft  d,  hariiiic  mnii  c  »nd  bKariiifr"  /  *,  ttic  rnink- 
nhafl  g,  the  «Iidini{  npriji^lit  ^',  barinf;  ilotted  crom-heaJ  {  and  pin  I. 
til*-  M^nii-ryliiidrio«l  plato)  ■«  «,  liaviiin  elliptical  ii|K>iiin(;  lic- 
twitoii  tlinr  a4ja(«nt  ediftw,  the  elliptical  pivoted  ifiiidf-plate  /», 
haviiiK  «prini(  7,  the  iM-eiiiental  »re»r  »h«ylii  r  t,  and  tlnMr  ariii« 
(  r.  lubKtantially  a«  herein  i«hown  and  d<j«i<Tihe«l,  wliereby  the 
snivel  i«  taken  from  the  platform  L  and  drop|)e«l  Ut  the  (jroniid. 
a«  net  forth 

.').  In  a  har^eator,  the  cdui  hi  nation,  with  the  aprif^hl  »haft  li 
and  the  nlidini;  ti|>rii;bt  bar  j,  having  pm  /,  of  the  wiuii-eylindrical 
platan  m  »,  liavini;  an  elliptical  a()erture  tx-twwin  their  af^jncont 
edict*,  and  the  elliptical  pivoted  (fnide-plate  /i  and  itM  npniiK  </. 
nobatantiallr  a«  herein  jihown  and  dew-rilMMl.  wberehy  the  bar  j 
feceivea  a  vertical  tlidini;  movement  fniiii  the  re<-iprocatin){  rotary 
luoveiiient  of  the  iihafi  d.  a«  Ket  forth. 

4.  In  11  liarventfr,  the  rnuibination,  with  the  parlially-n)tat- 
iiiC  upright  <haft  d,  haMnt;  i»rm  <■.  «inl  the  vcrticjil  nlidin^;  Ixir  ^, 
havini(  slotted  croM-head  i,  of  tlie  cninW  «li;ift  1/.  the  ttepiiental 
gvar  r  I.  aiiil  the  arum  •  r,  iiulMtnntially  iin  hen'in  <lio\\n  aii(^  de- 
nrrilietl,  whervhy  the  anim  *  r  are  ojK-ned  and  i  loaed  a.->  tlie>  are 
itW'unK  back  and  forth  by  the  rcciprocatini;  moveuieiit  of  the  Hhaft 
d,  aa  M)t  forth. 


of  r«ab  r»ceive<1  or  item  of  !«ale.  Also,  wlien  a  lever-fmine,  C,  in 
punhi-d  marwanl  the  lid  ('  of  the  druwiT  iit  removi-d  to  nxsoive 
the  ranli.  the  tilde  1  canned  to  rover  llie  re«>rd-i»trip,  and  the  strip 
inoT(>d  fartliir  on  to  conoial  it*  iiieiiiorandain  and  to  preaent  a 
iKw  j)i,<u-*'  for  the  next  ititry,  iind  a  ntx-ond  (foiiK  Miande^-  The 
juiiil  iM-tioii  of  tin  knoll  ;iiid  le^er-fI•anle,  roH|KHtively,  in  okatrntial 
to  till    iiP)|H  r  .I'lioii  III  till    deviee. 


330,020.      SIWIHS   ■ACHINK       rtiDiiici   Jacob    Ntwtrk, 
N    J       rtl«4    lar    14.  ISIO       (No  aodal.) 
lirie/. — The  feed  and  nhottle  are  ojwratt'd  by  inoan.x  of  the 
conatmctiun  cuibnMXxl  bv  the  claiimt. 


Clmim. — 1.  The  conilMnation,  in  a  itewinu-iiincliine.  nf  mi  e<'- 
centrio  flnnly  monnted  nn  the  main  ihafl,  a  lever  which  nxeiveH 
a  ribralory  motion  by  the  action  of  the  ecx-eiitric ,  a  feed  lever 
actftd  on  by  the  Tibr»t/>ry  lever,  a  fetid -dog  conne<-t<!d  «itli  tlie 
feed-lever,  an  ubliqae  cylinder  which  in  flniily  mounte<l  on  the 
ihaIb  ahaiV,  a  vertical  roek-xhafV  pn>vided  with  11  fork  wliicli  eiu- 
braeea  the  ohliqne  cylinder,  and  a  ihuttlo-lever  lutiwdy  mounttxl 
on  the  mck-«haft  and  having  a  pin  engaging  with  the  fetMl-lever, 
all  mbatantiallr  aa  and  for  the  parpo«o  deAcribod, 

3.  The  combination,  in  a  aewing-iiiachine,  of  a  main  Rhatl,  an 
oMiqae  cylinder,  and  an  ecc«ntric,  both  being  firmly  monnted  nn 
aaid  main  shaft,  a  vertical  rock-ahafl  provided  with  a  fork  which 
Mraddlea  the  obliqoe  cylinder,  a  Rhuttle- lever  which  in  connects! 
to  the  rertk»l  rock -shaft,  a  pin  necared  in  said  shattle- lever,  a 
feed-lever  having  slots  /  and  I,  with  one  of  which  said  pin  en 
yagea.  a  vibrating  lever  which  receives  it*  motion  from  the  oocen- 
tric  monnted  on  the  main  shaft  and  the  lower  end  of  which  en- 
gage* with  the  slot  I  in  the  feed-lover,  and  a  feed-dog  connected 
with  the  latter,  all  sabataDtially  aa  and  for  the  parpoae  described. 

3.  The  combination  of  the  main  shaft  A,  oblique  cylinder  I), 
•coentric  k,  rertieal  rock-shaft  E,  vibratory  lever  .J,  the  ami  F, 
moanted  no  and  reoeiving  motion  froin  the  nwk-shaft,  the  shnt- 
tle-iever  O,  harfng  a  pin,  t,  the  fbed-lerer  I,  having  an  incline,  «, 
and  the  sluts  /and  L,  enfaging  the  pin  «  and  the  end  nf  the  vibra- 
tory terer,  the  feed-dog  K,  and  the  spring  o.  all  sulMtantially  as 
and  for  the  porpoM  deacribed. 

aaO.Oai.    STIKIOTTFI  BLOCI.    SliiitT  B   Joiis   NtwTork. 
V.  T.     rilsd  Ikj  t,  IIIO.     (Vsasttl.) 


C/itim  —  l  III  roiiibi nation  Hilli  uie<hani8m,  snbetantially  as 
lieixn ()«><],  for  withdrawing  the  Hluie  1.  moving  the  till-lid  C  and 
the  rwonl  slip,  the  1*11  X,  hauimerH  u  h  .  vibrating  standard  <!  , 
iiiid  inteniKxiiate  nie<bani«iii.  ax  set  forth,  whereby  said  bell  will 
Ix;  »ounde<i  both  iijxin  the  witbdrnwal  and  retraction  of  the  knob 
(!',  UK  ami  for  the  piiqvme  ilescrilieil 

2.  The  combination,  with  the  fe«'<l-nillerK,  ratchet,  and  grav- 
'tf-pawl.  of  the  main  nhaft.  lever  frame,  crank  on  niller-shafl,  and 
intermediate  connecting-nMi.  as  dewrilMMl 

3  The  (>onibination.  with  the  fe«l mllers.  ratchet,  and  prav 
ity-jiawl.  of  the  iwii  1,  .  «tanilanl  (i  ,  and  iiiterme<liate  connoctioim, 
whereliy  said  pawl  ix  hniiiglit  int/i  engatfement  with  the  ratchet 
vvlieii  the  staiiilard  in  tilted 

4.  The  coiiibinntion  of  the  feed  rollers,  ratchet,  gravity-pawl, 
knob,  main  shaft,  ami  inteniiediaU-  iiiohaiiitoii  for  controlling  the 
niifagement  of  mi<i  |>awl  wifli  the  ratchet,  so  that  after  the  knob 
is  v>  itbdrawn  and  it*  coiiiirrticms  adjusted  a  sulMeqaent  movement 
of  device*  to  open  the  till  lid  will  effect  a  movement  of  the  record 
9lip.  as  ilescribed. 

5.  The  till-lid.  lever  M  having  loop  ft,  notched  bar<r,  notrJied 
lever  K.  pivoUNl  plate  K,  linvinir  ntnd  /.  sUndard  O  ,  shaft  C,  and 
connocting-nwl  <i.  comliined.  ^uhHtantinlly  as  and  for  the  purpose 
dtwcrilwd. 

fi.  The  segiiieoirtl  «li(lini;  till  lid.  radial  lever  B',  shaft  C,  and 
connecting  nxl  d\  .  iniitiin.-d  witli  iiiecbanisni.  Huhstantially  as  set 
forth,  for  moving  huhI  li<l  when  the  lid  is  aiilockod  and  the  shaft 
< '    turned,  mibstHntiallv  nn  dewriljod. 


230.028.     SKAL  LOCK      Jicoi  Elllll.  Plttibirg.  Pt.     Pllid 
*kj  10.  18S0       (Moid  ) 


Clmim. — Aj>  a  new  mannfkctnre,  a  stereotypo-hlock  in  which 
the  stereotype- plate  covers  the  top  and  the  opposite  ends  of  the 
blo«k,  with  the  projecting  edges  of  the  plate  secured  in  sockets 
rot  in  the  ends  of  tlie  fkoea  nf  the  block,  sabstantially  aa  specifled. 


riom.  —  1.  A  frangible  seal  having  a  stop  or  stops  thereon, 
in  combination  with  a  rotating  T' headed  stem  and  ratchet  and 
|iawl,  substantially  a*  wt  forth. 

'i.  The  combination  of  a  n>trtting  stem,  f.  having  a  ratchet- 
and-pawl  devic*-  at  one  end.  a  T-beaidwl  sti-iii  at  the  other,  an  in- 
terposed cylindrical  nhaiik.  r  ,  a  seal  having  an  n|)ening  to  flt  such 
shank,  and  engaging  when  on  it*  i«eat  the  hasp  bolt  or  pin,  sub- 
stantially as  set  forth. 

3,  The  hasp  bolt  or  pin  h.tving  a  stop  or  sto(ia  thereon  for 
engaging  the  seal,  a  frangible  se*l  engaging  the  stem,  and  pro- 
vide<l  with  a  stop  or  st^ipx  for  limiting  the  motion  of  the  stem  in 
one  direction,  .aulwtaiitiallv  as  set  forth. 


230.024.       WINDOW     .SASH        HikHls    KsDirPiL.  8t.  Losli, 

Un       rUed  Apr    i    H8Q       (Noaodil.) 

Unrf — Sasbtw  pMot^-d  to  c^ounterwoightod  slides  are  held 

tji   the  slide*  verticallv  liy  key-stri|is   in«erle<l    in    corresponding 

gni<iv(«,  and  at  an  aiiuli-  ii\  «e<'uring  the  ends  of  the  strijis  to  the 


hIi  and  «lidr  l>v  set  mtcnvh. 


280,022.  CASH  BIftlSTIK  Jen  X  KisvotTiT.  Rlskasid, 
lid.  rtlsd  Isr.  10.  ItlO.  (Isdsl.) 
Hrief. — Improvement  npon  applicant's  Ijettcrs  Patent  \». 
31^370,  dated  .Xngiut  5,  1879.  and  consists  in  the  coiiibination 
and  arranf^inents  nf  parts  wberehy  when  a  knob,  O',  at  the  tmnt 
of  the  box  is  drawn  oat  a  gong  is  sounded  and  a  slide,  t.  move<l 
■aide  to  expnae  a  strip  of  paper,  apon  which  is  noteil  the  amount 


July    13,    1880. 


V.  S.  PATENT  C>m('E. 


107 


Claim. — ,\»  an  impnivoinoiit  in  window-SHsties,  llic  eomlnna- 
tion  of  the  sash  A.  grooved  in  its  edges  and  pivoted  to  the  slides 
(',  as  shown,  the  slides  0,  groovod  in  their  faces,  and  the  8trii»  <). 
(Mtrforated  at  I  and  bent  at  their  uppw  ends  and  adapted  to  tit  the 
])ockets  formed  by  the  gn>oveit  in  tlie  sash  and  slides  when  the 
window  is  closed,  and  to  be  secured  to  the  sash  and  slides  by  set- 
screws  to  hold  the  sash  at  an  angle  when  the  window  is  open,  as 
hereinbefore  set  fortli. 

230.025.     APPAKATUS    POS    PEIKINO    WATKK    FBOI    AT 
I08PBERIC    AIR       0iC4i    Ktoprr.    llordhtiicB.    Barasij 
Piled    Isy    1&.   1110.      (Us  asdil.)      Pstsstsd   11    Gtratij 
Apr    11,  1S7I 
Hrief. — The  water  of  condensation  from  the  engine  or  prt?vi- 
oiisly-hoiled  water  is  intrxMlncod   through  a  coil  into  the  U|>|x'r 
vcKwl  having  a  tajiering  top  pro\idedwith  an  orifice  to  p<>niiit 
the   (-scjipe  of  stoain.      It  is  then  condncte«l   by  one  or  more  eoil« 
tlii-ou{:li  a  lowiT  (Mviling-veam'l  without   licing  brought  in  eoiitJWt 
with  air,  and  thence  to   the  rofridporHting-cans  of  the  uv  iiiakiiiL: 
iiliparatii*.  .^^^ ^ 


230,028 


'■i.  A*  a  iiieaii!<  for  pii*liing  ink  through  or  tJiwiinl  tin  nutlet 
of  an  iTik-r<>»erviiir.  tin  conihination  of  an  iiikiiinviiii:  de»  ice.  K, 
mid  iiieAnr^  for  o|>er.itiiit;  the  tyiiiii-,  conoistiiic  of  tlie  inkmjr-roll  H, 
piiKli-liar  ( t,  nulirti  Uir  </.  pa«l  p.  i-atcliet-wbf«-l  1/'.  and  oliafl  t, 
Hulistantially  a*  descriUnl 

4.  The  c(iiiiliiimtioii  of  an  ink  fountain  provided  with  a  sUv 
tioiiary  tiottoiii  and  nil  outlet,  n.  with  one  or  more  bladw  having 
an  mten(iitt«Mit  niovemeiit  alsive  suid  bottom  snd  iinm<yliately  in 
the  rvnT  of  Kiid  outlet,  and  lutaptiHl  to  push  the  ink  thnmgli  or  to- 
wnn)  the  outlet,  iiinl  then  to  hold  it  111  that  {Mwition,  snlwluiitially 
11*  iilid  for  the  iHir)"!.-*)-*  dcwirilK"*! 


230,029.      MACHINE   FOR  PEEVBNTIKG  WASTE   OF   PAPER 
PCIP       AKrHiBiLii  ■cDlsmr.  Weit  Fitrhtiirg    txa       Futd 
Apr    t    1880        'Model   )•  t^    e 


Claim.. — An  a[>paratUK  for  freeing  wat^'r  from  atiiiospheric 
air.  coiiHiKtiiij:  of  uii  iipjur  lieatiiiC  vii»e|  liavini.'  a  hu|i|iI\  |ii|i« 
and  inti-rior  (-oil.  and  of  a  loner  ciHilititf-viMtwl  ha^  in;;  one  or  morv 
coil*  connectol  with  a  Ixittom  oiH-iiing  or  o)H'niiiir<  of  the  iipivr 
m'wkI,  and  «ith  a  diw  liari;e-]ii|>i  .  all  *iili*taiitmllv  a*  hcI  (ortli 


230,026.      SHUTTER   WORKER       Ltou  J    Lahphiih    Wstsr 
loo.  lows        Filril  Jan    6    1880 
Uriff — The   tei  til   are   wo  coiintrneted  «*  to  rurnlly  I'x  k    the 
Nhnttcr  in  either  it*  o)h'Ii  or  cIowrI  |HMitioii  against  oiit*ide  iiiaiiip- 


»    /  ~  -1  ■ 

u    ---  rv 

a 

VlaifK. — The  coiiitilnatiun.  "ilh  the  binge  of  a  wiiidow-shiil- 
fer  and  the  frame  n.  of  the  pinion  (.  fixed  to  the  leaf  r\  and  liav- 
1111;  the  cog*  r'  e*.  formed  v,  itli  tliil  emls  rind  arranf-il  n*  de*cril>e<l. 
and  the  rack-bar  d,  huvint'  tlo'  ru  k  d  .  >vitli  the  Hat-top  coi:*  <r  (f 
at  it*  enils,  and  the  nt/ip-eop.  d'  d^  arrangixl  to  ojierate  wiilsstan- 
lially  a*  and  for  the  pnr|Hm<'*  set  forth. 

230,027.     WAGON  BRAIE       FsiniRirK  D    Ladiibeboih  »»d 
WiLLim  V    HiiiLTOH    Gloibeolih.  Wt«.      Filed  ■» j  5.  1  880 
(Mo  aodel  ) 


Clnim.  —  1.  In  a  waste-pnlp  n'covering  or  saving  niin  hiiie. 
the  combiimtioii,  with  the  immerMHl  Hieve-eovered  drum  It  and 
oouch-ndler  (".  of  the  auxiliary  or  friction  roller  1)  and  pivou-d 
scrnjH'r  K,  oilapt^nl  to  adjust  itself  by  it*  own  praMty  u|*>ii  «aid 
roller  ]).  >iiil>*tiiiiti.ill\  u*  wl  forth. 

'2  111  eoiiiliiiiatioii.  the  vat  A,  having  the  inlet  n.  vertical  dm- 
charge-siMwits  r,  «prnyiiig-)ii|ie  <),  incline  d.  and  c4iinparUiieiit  F, 
having'  a  iierfonited  Itottom  and  provided  with  the  gati-  H.  Hievc- 
covered  dniiii  H.  having  hollow  perforat*^  axle  ft.  oouch-n>ller  (', 
jacketetl  friction-roller  I),  and  pivoted  scdf-a<yu8tabk'  scrajter  K, 
all  coii*trncte<l  and  arrHiigtxl  to  o|>erate  substantially  in  the  man- 
ner and  for  the  ]>ur|NHti<  hert^in  shown  and  8|>ecihed 


230,030.     STEAI  TRAP       RoiiRT  I    Id  tis  sid  Hi«>i  A. 

Barhakp    ■olinc.  Ili       Piled  Ity  1&.  1880       (No  aodel.) 


t'laim. — In  a  wagon  limke.  the  tongne  A,  slotted  at  H  to  Rlide 
niMiii  the  hound-bolt  ('.  and  pnivide<l  with  the  rod  K.  in  c<imhina- 
tion  with  the  pivoted  lever  !•'.  nxl*  (i  and  II.  and  the  ro<'k-shstt 
.1.  having  crank*  I  and  K.  the  latter  iH'iii^  coiinect4-d  with  the 
pivote<l  hrake-arm*  L  by  nxh<  M.  and  the  »wivele«l  clevi*e*  1'. 
working  in  the  iKir  K,  iHilted  t^i  tlu  rear  hound*,  Hulistautiullv  a* 
und  for  the  imriMiscs  wt  forth 

230,028.  INE  FOUNTAIN  8*«BIL  P  LiBBir  sid  Aliist  L 
PiiciLLl.  Boetoa.  Isie       Filed  Itr    13.1880       (No  aodel) 

C^iBL — 1.  In  an  ink-fonntain  provide«l  with  an  outlet,  n.  one 
or  morf-  nladea,  K.  arranged  in  rehUion  to  the  outlet  as  set  forth, 
and  adapted  to  be  o|M>rHted  as  described. 

2.  In  combination  with  an  inking-roll  of  a  printing-press,  a 
fountain  provided  with  an  outlet,  a,  and  with  means  for  pushing 
the  ink  thmogh  or  toward  the  outlet,  located  within  the  nwervoir 
and  operated  by  the  inking-roll  npon  its  outward  ninveiiient.  sdIh 
Btantiallv  as  deacri)>ed. 


(VflMK. — 1,  In  a  tteaiu-trap,  the  oonibiiiation.  with  nwervoir 
K.  having  a  pijie-^mnwlion  with  the  boiler  through  the  heating- 
coils  and  alwi  with  the  n«<'iver.  of  float  F,  with  it*  *t<'in,  for  auto- 
matically o|M«rating  valve  niechaiiisin  to  atlmit  steam  int^i  the 
nx't'iver  for  the  purpose  of  ejecting  or  forcing  the  water  of  oonden- 
Isatlon  tben^fnnn  iMck  again  into  the  boiler,  Bulmtantially  as  herein 
d  esc  ri  lied. 

2.  In  a  steam-trap,  the  combination  of  cs<'n]K--valve  I..  m\- 
jjnsting  l«r  or  spring  K.  and  ami  M.  whereby  the  NtJ-niu  may  lie 
idiseliarpixl   from   the  rwener  at   clowr  or   lont'er   internal*,  mil*- 

|<taiilialU  a*  lierein  M-t  tortli. 

^  The  combination,  in  a  sleani-trap.  of  the  receiver  .\  with 
■  the  Iniiler.  connecting-pipes,  a  reservoir.  aiHl  an  ap|tar»tiis  for  an- 
!  t^niiatically  allowing  the  water  of  c<«ideiisHtion  lo  lie  fiir<x<d    back 

into  the  iKiiler  and  for  op<<iiing  a  valve  to  allow  the  st4«iii  t<i  blow 
'off  fnmi   the  rtx-eiver,  a*  sj>ecified,  all   constnicted  and   arntng(.xl 

to  o|>erat4'  substantially  as  hen'iii  set  forth 


;« 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE. 


July    13,    1880. 


4.  The  «mibin*tioo  of  the  receiver  A  witli  the  v»lve  D,  yoke  |,^ 
}|,  >iu»iii  ai»charjfe  L,  snd  trippihn*''"'  M,  unlwUntially  »»  »ct  [ 

forth 

5  TIk-  combination,  in  •  ■team  tr«i>.  <»f  the  receiver  A  with 
tlic  valve  1),  yoke  Fl.  itewn-di^eharip"  L.  tripping-anil  M,  and  a.1 
jiiiitinif  •pnnif  K,  nubatsntialiy  an  and  for  th.'  parp<«»«  herein  wt 

forth 

6  The  combination,  in  a  ■tmmtrap.  of  valve  U.  having  a 
v.ilto.  H,  and  weight  K.  of  float  K,  »ie«u  (J,  and  rteani-«ii»char|r<" 


all  imVuitantially  as  and 


L,  with  their  e<i«ential  actuating  devioea, 
for  the  par])«><i«"  described. 

Tina  •rttraiii  trap,  the  rflmbinatiiMi.  with  a  diwhargc-vAlvr 
arranip-.!  to  dimliarge  the  steam  at  f«i.ter  .-r  *low.-r  int.'r\alK,  of  a 
Po«-..jvpr  Willi  lU  H.iat  and  nU^m,  iulwUntially  in  the  manner  bfri-in 
JimrrilKMl  


230.031      PORTABLK  rmCE 
tan  OroT«.  I»(l       yil«*   ••>> 


Hilar  I 

1S80 


IcWboitii    BIoob 


irate  A  the  latch  I.  and  the  endleM  rope  M.  attached  to  the  arm 
L  ami  (uuwing  around  pulleyn  V.  pivoted  to  the  projecting  amis  of 
the  |mmu  }'.  sulwtantially  a*  herein  shown  and  described,  whereby 
the  fa,U-  will  U'  unlaUhitl  aixt  then  gwunK  o^teu  or  shut,  a«  set 
forth 

1.  In  A  Kate,  the  i»inbination  of  a  slotted  latch,  I,  with  the 
*nn  H  of  tlu'  upntflit  nwl  (1  and  the  bar  .1,  substantially  as  herein 
Hlifiwn  and  dewrilssd,  whereby  the  latch  I  is  made  to  niove  longi- 
tiiilLnally  and  also  venioally,  with  the  ami  H  for  its  pivot,  as  sot 
forth 


Claim. — III  a  fence,  the  wire*  I),  surrounding  the  liase  stones, 
C,  cmased  below  and  twisted  together  alnive  tin'  wntraliv  pivitwl 
third  rail,  A  .  in  combination  with  the  wodtfew  H.  as  and  for  the 
purpose  s{)ecitied. 


230,032.     DEB88  SDARO.      Tan  0 
rUil  Itr    17.  1110.     do  ■•<•!.) 

1 


■  laiKT. 


I«T  W«it 


r;» 


Vlam.—\n  a  hame  tug,  the  plate  A.  provi4ed  with  loops 
npon  one  end  for  wmnecting  it  with  the  hames,  and  loops  U|>oii 
the  other  end  to  nonnect  it  with  the  hameas-aaddle  and  girth,  and 
with  eyeban  •'  <^,  arranged  traiuverscly  at  invervali  upon  the 
face  of  the  phite,  with  circular  depressions  beneath  thftin,  in  mm- 
bination  with  a  curved  segmenUl  hook-plate  secured  to  the  end 
of  the  trac  U>  encircle  and  interlock  with  the  eyetiars,  in  the 
manner  and  for  the  purpose  substantially  aa  desiribed. 


230.036  BOOK 
sii^aor  to  H  K 
Broolilji.   N    T 


COVER       Joii    A.  H«lMi.    Hew   Tork,  ti 
■  Allar,  •!■•   plset,   tid   Joki    Brinitatr. 
PUtl   l»r.  1,  1S80.     (Hold.) 


('\a\mk.—\.  As  an  improved  article  of  mannfatture,  a  Udy's 
drei^guard  made  substantially  as  herein  shown  and  d«Krib.yI. 
and  consisting  of  a  nmnded  gamient  stiffened  by  a  series  of  tlexi 
bic  striiw  running  from  U>p  to  Iwttoin,  and  bands  for  holding  <aid 
dn'jis-gnard  to  the  liody, 

L  The  c«mil>ination,  with  the  nmnde*!  gamient  .\.  of  the 
itrii*  C,  of  tlexible  material,  and  the  bands  D  K,  sulwtantially  as 
hennii  shown  and  describe«l,  and  for  the  purpose  sit  forth. 

230,033.     COViama  POR  STIAI  BOILIRS       Tausiii  its 
sua.  Illwaikts.  Wli.     TiUa  D>o.  11,  187g. 


C\a\m.~\  A  ))<>ok  holding  device,  B,  in  which  the  clamp- 
ing-pin I  is  providtxl  with  a  c*tch,  .1,  actuated  by  a  spring,  g,  U* 
interl'K  k  with  a  st^ip,  A  .  upon  the  iuside  of  the  lug  H  when  de- 
press«Ml  vertically  uihjii  the  said  lug,  substantially  aa  and  for  the 
[lurjciw  set  forth- 

2.  In  the  fastening  device  B  of  a  book -cover,  A,  tlie  lug  H, 
providt«l  with  the  vertic*!  notch  or  slot  i  and  the  horisuaUl  ridge 
or  stop  A  ,  and  the  Ing  (}.  provided  with  the  aotoaUag-spriug  g,  in 
coiiibinntioii  with  the  olainping-pin  I  and  the  catch-plat«  .1.  sub 
■laiitially  wi  and  for  the  purpose  set  forth. 

230,037       lACHINI    FOR    FILIK8   •IKSAWS        PitKLif 

■  uois    Horn  Lsk*.  Hlsi.      Pll*4  iai.  14.  ISIO. 

I — n 


^S 


-pffi 


VXaim. — 1.  The  eonibinatiun,  with  a  ctesin  pi^ic  or  boiler,  of 
a  de*d-air  chamber  the  exterior  wall  of  which  is  of  sheet-iron,  and 
a  support  iuterpoaed  between  said  exterior  wall  and  the  pi[>e  which 
forms  the  intenor  wall,  iviiisisting  of  wire  bent  into  a  series  of  V'l 
and  inverted  npon  and  aboat  the  pi|>e,  as  described  and  shown. 

'i.  A  support  for  th«  exterior  wall  of  a  dead-air  chamber  In 
st««m-pi|>e  covering,  conaiating  of  wire  l»cnt  into  a  series  of  V's  and 
adapu<d  to  In>  wound  about  the  piiw  or  btiiler,  as  doscrilicd  ami 
shown 


r/flim.— The  combination  of  the  stock  a,  having  the  slit  b, 
slotUnl  piece  r,  guides  i  /,  tile-handle  provided  with  anu  A,  levers 
t  s,  hmI  /,  and  h>op  r,  substantially  as  described. 

\  230,038.      OAR    COUPLlirS       ItiTii  K.  ■oiiiisiTAi  ai4 

JoHi  W    RoiiiTi.  Arkois.  OitarU,  Ctiads.     Pilt<Isj3l. 
IISO.      (Mo  Bodd  ) 


230,034.     OATI      Aiii  B    IiiTOR.  Pklloastk,  Ortg      Piltl 
Itr    II.  1110      (Is  adtsl.) 
Claim.  —  1.   In  a  gate,  the  mnibination  of  the  upright  rod  (.i, 
provided  at  Its  ends  with  the  amis  H   U  and  the  bar  J  with  the 


I  ('Mist.  — In  a  car  coupler,  Uie  link-bolder  E,  consisting  of 

<i|iriiii:  1 1  aiiil  liiMik  1>  ,  substantially  as  heroin  shown,  and  for  the 


Jl  LY     1^,    i88o. 


r.  S.   PATENT  OFFKT.. 


loq 


230.039.       DISH     HKATRR         MiTiii    D     MotlT,   8»r»tcg»  I    230,042. 
Sp'riBgi,  H    T.     Filsd  Apr.  It,  ItlO.      (Kc  ■ed»>.) 


(  \axwi.—\  Till'  dish  A,  having  hinged  and  removable  cover 
or  dome  Kt.  and  provided  with  a  hot-water  chaiiit»er  and  several 
rw-cpta.  lei.  f.ir  iiieaU  and  vegeUbles.  all  substantially  as  and  for 
tin'  puriMxK'  »«'t  forth. 

1  The  wjtbin-doscribed  heating-dlsh,  sonsisting  of  l>ody  A, 
hiiieeii  and  i-emovable  lid  (i,  rt.  eptiMjles  «  •,  and  caster  K  and 
hot  waur  chamber  ti,  all  as  and  for  the  purpose  set  forth. 

230  040.     STOVIPIPR   COLLAR.      JliTiiiD    lotiT.Sirs 
lo|»  Sprls,!.  ».  T       Fil.d   Apr.  »l,  1110      (Hs-od.l.) 


CU\m.~-\.  A  stove-piiie  t-wllar  made  in  ssotiona  and  adapted, 
bv  m«aas  of  a  spring  connecting  said  i»rta  or  sections,  to  exp*nd 
,ir  contract  to  tit  pipe  varj  ing  somewhat  fW>in  the  given  siie,  snb- 
Htautiallv  as  herein  set  forth 

2.   The  »itbin-d»«cribed  su>ve-pipe  collar  ma4c  in  two  parts, 
.\  and  H.  pnoted  together  at  one  side,  and  provided  with  guide- 
lup*  ..  a  au<l  a  spiral  spring.  *.  at  the  other  side,  whereby  it  is  ei 
pandwl  ..r  contracte*!  to  lit  pi|>e  of  varying  sizes,  sulietantlaily  as 
lieniin  set  forth. 


one  of  iU  baJT<  pn)vided  with  a  rack-bar,  srrange.1  Ui  operate  with 
its  other  bar  extended  to  fiirin  a  hand-lever,  and  pro\ided  with  a 
jiawl.  by  means  of  which  the  U.ggle-I»n<  may  \w  lo<ked  in  differ 
ent  relative  jxisitious,  to  ad^just  the  height  of  the  sliding  plate  and 
wheel  relatively  wiih  the  axle.  snbsUntially  a»  and  for  the  purpose 
specified. 

4.  In  combination  with  a  wheel-plow  frame  and  plow,  the 
vertically  and  later»lly  adjustable  stop  I.  arraii>.'<-d  »«  as  t«  tilt  or 
turn  to  i>nc  side,  sobsUntially  as  and  for  the  puriHise  si<ecified 

230,043.     PR00I88   OF   COATINS   AND   FIIII8HI)J0  WALLS 
Jill  W.  OBiTis,  Ptteriktrg,  111      FlUd  Apr    7    igJC      (Ms 
■  odd  ) 


230,041.       PASSINGIB     VEHICLE         CsiinciT    ■      IBICI. 
Ci'insssti.  Okio       Filod   Apr     17,   1886       (MoBodol.) 


Cia\m. The  method  of  ornamenting  the  outer  surfaces  of 

buildings  by  first  aligning  and  then  apjilying  a  comiiound  of  putty, 
white  lead,  and  .Ja}»n  varnish  t<>  form  raised  joints  projecting 
from  the  plane  of  the  surfac*-.  as  herein  sjHH-itie*! 

230,044.  CAR  C0CPL1K6  Asuil  Ojtiihoit  Wsylssd. 
n'ilnior  of  oic  kslf  of  hit  rigkl  to  W»rr««  8  Crippn,  6rs»d 
Rtpidt.  Mick       FiUd  ll»y  II     1880.      (Ko«od.;' 


r/(iim.  — hi  »  iMWsciiin-r-vi-liirle,  the  covered  sahnin  1  \.  eon- 
Uiiiing  the  driver's  sejit  K.  anirlc-sciit*  L  L  .  and  transverse  seat 
M.aot'««s  U'iiii;  liiul  to  thi.-*  covt-nxl  saloon  bi  the  door  H,  applied 
to  the  (mrtilion  li  at  tin   front  end  of  ImkIv  .\.  ax  liereiii  d<s<ril»od. 

230,042.  SULIT  PLOW  J0IIP8  B  N«rr,  Bsiksell  111. 
Filed  JsD  10.  1880 
Jinff.—T\w  Icvir  IS  attached  to  the  wheel-slide  and  the  rack- 
liar  pivoted  to  the  arrh,  together  fomiing  a  toggle-lever.  The 
irt4.p  to  hold  down  the  fnmt  end  of  the  plow  beinii  is  a»yust-.ble 
vertically  and  pivoted  U)  n>tate  away  frcmi  the  beam. 

CUwm. — 1.  In  conibinatioii  with  the  wheel  and  axle  of  a  plow, 
s  toggle-joint  having  one  of  its  bars  provided  with  a  rack-bar, 
arranged  to  operate  with  its  other  bar  provided  with  a  pawl,  by 
Dieaiis  of  which  tlis  toggls-bars  may  be  loi-ked  at  different  angles 
to  or  in  a  straight  line  with  each  other,  substantially  aa  and  for 
tlie  purjwise  herein  shown  and  dc'scrilwd. 

2.  Inoombination  with  the  wheel  and  axle  of  a  plow,  a  toggls- 
joiiit  having  one  of  its  bars  pnivided  with  a  rack-bar,  arranged  to 
o)>erate  with  its  other  bar  extended  to  fonn  a  hand-lever,  and  pro- 
vided with  a  pawl,  by  means  of  which  the  t'lggle-liars  may  V* 
hx'ked  in  different  relative  positions,  sul«taatially  as  dosinliod, 
and  for  the  puqMiw  sisx-ifietl. 

3.  In  combination  with  the  axle  or  frame  of  a  wheel  plow 
and  a  uliding  plate  whicli  carries  the  wheel,  a  t^iggle  joint  having 


Cla\m..  —  1  In  a  car-coupliii)j.  the  pivotci  »H\iiging  Itvtrs 
C  C,  in  combination  with  the  coupler  B,  wber»b>  the  cars  may 
l*  disconnected  by  either  presaing  ui>on  the  oiit.T  ends  or  poll- 
ing the  levers,  S8l)stantiall>  in  the  manner  herein  si't  forth. 

2.  The  combination  of  pi  vote<i  swinginp  IcversC  C.i-onpler 
B.  book  (",  sliding  bl(K:ks  h  !>.  spring  /,  and  aiigle-mms  a  a.  all 
construct**!  and  arranged  to  o|>erale  sulmtsntialli  ac  and  for  the 
puriMMie  set  forth. 

230,046,       BED    BOTTOM        Jobi>   B     Pirrms,  Ciers    Tsi. 

Filed  Itr,  II.  1180.     (Mt  «»d*l  > 


^^*^^ai  ^.W*^f%^ 


CUitm. In  a  l)ed-b<<toin,  the  combination  of  the  four  blocks 

screwed  to  the  inside  of  bedstead  and  provided  with  spnng  wire 
arms  projecting  toward  the  bead  and  foot  rails,  the  two  adjMtable 
cruss-bars  on  said  arms,  supporting  the  longitndiual  elatt.  and  the 
four  wire  bra<-«s  attached  to  blocks  and  cross-bars,  all  as  showi 
and  desi  ribed 


I  lO 


OI'FICIAL    (iAZKTTK. 


JULV     13,      1880. 


230,046.  BICAVATIMS  AND  GRADINO  lACHIMI  Htt- 
iRiLL  Pt»»i  Norfolk  V»  ril»d  Jans  10.  1880  (Nomodtl) 
/<rv/'— To  llif  lower  iiiil  of  .1  virln»lly  adjiint.ililf  ('nunc  is 
piToUtl  til"'  lownr  exlrt'iiiilv  of  ;in  iii(lim-<l  l><K)iir<iirryiiii,' an  rml- 
Iuhk  Imtket  ur  *i-<>op  ili»in.  saiil  fraiiit'  lioinn  UUritlly  adjuMtable 
throuKh  lU  couiKKtloii  with  a  truvtlmt!  truck  uixiii  a  boat,  U.ir;;u, 
or  »c<i» 


liaq)  t<>  a  projtH't  14111  from  tli<>  tata>  BMir  t)u>  Ihiii|i,  and  by  wbich 

tlio  Willi  nxl  iii.i\  tx'  o|M'nitc<l.  ■iiilwtaiitially  sn  dtxM-ribod. 

J  'l'ln>  i<iiiiliiii.iti>)ii  of  tlif  «iiK|ien!<ion-nMl  with  a  tolw  luora 
till'  vertically  tliin«m,  cariyiiii;  tijo  laiiip-Happi)rtin^  devitw,  with 
:i  uli'^'vi-  ailjtmtablf  by  m-tw  rcw  S  on  said  tiibo  and  carrying  the 
i;lol(<-  or  tliado  liold<T,  kiiiI  ^prinj^M  1".  atta<'htHl  t<>  Raid  aloeve  and 
Ui  th'  Hliitioii.ii  >  iwrt  of  !iii-  tixtiin-  iilxivo,  Rahatantially  m  do- 
wnlM-.l 


230,048.  CHILD  S  CHAIR  OiokdiI  P  ATT«i.  Jtrny  City 
N.  1.,  kiiigaor  to  Thomptng  PerUy  *  Waitt.  BtUwiliTlllt. 
■ail.     Filtd  iki    30.  issu 


f'lttim. — t  In  «  niachiiio  of  the  kind  dcwriUxl.  the  combina- 
tion of  the  Tortlfally-iuljiuitablo  frame  carnal  by  the  IhwiI.  wow, 
or  barRO,  the  a«^tuitoble  inclined  Ixxmi,  joiiiU'd  i»t  \ti>  lower  .ii.t  to 
Mtid  frame,  and  the  power-driven  endlcm  bu<ket  or  voop  ebaiii 
ninanted  In  and  carried  by  »aid  Ixxmi,  nalwUiitially  ax  lirreiiiU- 
fort  aet  forth. 

i.  The  combination  of  the  boat  or  l>arpe.  the  tnwelinif  pint 
form  or  truck,  the  vertic«lly-a«lju«Uble  frame,  the  a<ljn.<Ubli'  in- 
eliitpd  boom,  joinUnl  at  itii  lower  end  to  said  frame,  the  iMnver- 
dnven  woop  or  bucket  chain,  and  me<!hanimn  iiionnte<i  on  and 
carried  by  the  platform  for  iip«'ratin(f  iiaid  fnimc,  boom,  *iid 
bucket-chain,  the  combination  bi'infj  and  having  the  nunle  of  op 
eratiim  •ubntautially  aa  hereinbefore  aet  forth. 

230.047.       HTKNSIOH    LAMP    FIXTDRI        «d««iid    A    P  *  a 
III    Weit  Meridai    Con       PUad   liT  7.  1880       (No  Bodt!   > 


CImim. — 1.  In  a  chiM'i  obsir,  tlie  eomMnation  of  a  Noat  and 
MMt-leca  fiddly  ooanooted  tli«r«witli.  a  net  of  nH'ker-Hlia|ie<1  piv 
oied  front  legs,  ft  aot  of  jiivofeil  JMick  lcir».  n.  link  to  connect  the 
BHiil  pivoted  legs,  whereby  the  iliair  may  b<>  used  an  either  a  hijfh 
<hair  or,  when  the  legx  an  turned  liarkward.  ax  a  Ion  nx'kini;- 
chair,  and  UK-kin);-b<dti<,  to  |M»sitively  bold  niich  Ic^m  in  either  |h)- 
Hition,  xulmtanlialiy  aa  diwrilM'<l 

2.  Ill  a  hiffh  chair,  a  ik'at  and  n^'id  lejs,  a  ■«•(  of  mcker- 
Mha|M<<)  pivot<'<l  front  Ixirx.  ;>  wt  of  pivot*-d  b:i<k  b-irn  to  nerve  ax  a 
iuadle,  M  dox'rilMNl.  a  link  to  coiiniMt  the  *aid  pivote<l  lecx  and 
<— ■>  theni  tn  turn  back  !4it;i>tlier.  and  roUerx  and  leverx  adnptod 
to  hold  the  n)ller«  In  pUi  e  to  m-cupy  a  [>oxition  either  alxive  or 
beluw  the  c«>nvex<>d  edsji'  of  the  rocker  us  it  is  disirtHi  to  convert 
tiw  chair  into  a  riHkiiiir  iliair  or  a  rollinc  low  clmir.  in  combina 
ti«n  with  ineanH  for  |>omtively  locklni;  the  leipi  and  the  rollers  in 
either  (HMition,  snlMtniitially  an  deticrilMxI. 


230,049      HIT'^HINS  POST      CBilLll  L    PKiRfl.  Wilwuku 
Wu         PiUd    Sni     15     18:» 


Claim  — 1     Til.'  r.iiiibination  of  Imr  C,  link  A,  having  loop  h  ,       * 
wliiili  in  (vent  at  rijilit  aiii,'li«  thereto  and  foniu  a  itop,  an  shown, 
aud  a  weighted  retractint;-cliain,  ax  ml  forth 

2.  Th«  combination  of  the  rctraetinK-ehain.  spriiiic-ciuhioti. 
Mid  weight  with  The  ulieave  H  ,  lix  «el  forth 


230.050.       CRUCIBI.K        JOHB 
Ha;  i.  1880.      (No  sodel.) 


PeuniiR    Pittubnrg    Pi       FlUd 


Claim. — 1.  In  combination  with  the  itatioimry  vertical  hanger 
nxl  A  and  the  a<\iaatablc  (xirtion  B,  the  lamp  or  rc^erv.nr  xnpportx 
1)  I)',  riifidly  conn<'cU>»l  at  the  Uip  and  bottom  endx.  and  iiieanx  for 
IiH'kingur  reieaxine  the  iM«rtx,  whendiy  an  a<ijuxtable  xnrroniidiiii; 
iinpp«>rt  of  p«'rmaneiit  draign  Ix  iditained,  ax  net  forth. 

2.  The  oombinatiim  of  the  «im|>t>ii<ling-n>d  A,  pnivided  with 
nu-k  n,  the  laiiip-«ui>]><>rting  tixtnre  movable  therpon.  the  pinion  h, 
flexible  rod  H,  and  dog  d.  xnbatantially  ax  and  for  the  purixN«x 
•ot  forth. 

S.  The  combination  of  the  luajn-nding  hkI  A,  the  xtationarv 

t<M>(h«d   rack  a  thereon,  the   lain{)-i«up|xirtinK  tixture  movable  on 

Raid  hmI.  with  pinion  6  workinif  in  xaid  rack,  and  the  movable  nxl 

H,  terminating  in  and  no  aa  t->  enga«<   the  dog  d  in  the  teeth  of  the 

.pinion,  the  Mid  n»d  H  extendinif  thnjuith  the  tubular  side  of  the 


(  /.ma. —  1  .V  '  rill  ilile  tor  iiieltiinr  inetala,  foriiuwl  of  a  worn- 
out,  pani.iili  wuiu  ,.nt.  or  ini|>erf«<  t  crucible  and  an  out»>r  cruci- 
ble or  xinll  of  iartfci  (li,iiiict*r  xe<  iirol  around  the  inner  crucible, 
aud  iulapteii  lo  support  and  protect  it,  xubittantially  ax  and  for  the 
par|"«ex  xcl  forth. 

2.  A  c-riie,ible  for  melting  iiietalx.  fonned  of  a  bulged  crucible 
or  inner  xhel!  for  liMdinu  the  metal  and  an  outer  crucible  or  «hell 
div  iibd  traiixverx«'lv  into  wxtioiix  and  »ecui\Hi  around  the  inner 
crucible,  Hiilmtaiiti.iily  ^kx  and  for  the  purixiat-x  net  forth. 


230,051       CPHOLSTERT  BRUSH       Idwaed  ■.   Pi«l,  C»Bi«» , 
N     J        ?ii»'i  P»b     18     1880 
f7<rim.— I     The   -oiiibwiation,  with   a  rcvidving  bru,Hli,  of  an 
o|«>ii  end   cjuie    !iii\  mg   au  oblong  or  double-coiivux  outline,  uub- 
■taiitiallr  aa  K)>e<  ilitHl. 


Jlly    13, 


1880. 


U.  S.  PATENT  OFFlCi: 


T  I  I 


2.   The  coiiibiiiatioii,  "  itli  an  o|x^ii-end  caxe  bavin,;  a  double 
c<mvex  outline,  of  a   re^olvlnv'   brimb,  H,  pi\ot«l   in   wml   cax«'.  a 
lielt   or  pulley-<.'ord,  K,  a   nvoii-xpriii;;,  I>,  and   a   lin^'i  r  knob,  IV 
Nulwitiiiitially  ax  x|H-<ilied, 


CUiim. — 1,  A»  an  improved  nrtich'  of  maniifactarr,  a  Ixittli- 
atop|>or  «>n»tmct«l  laliatantially  ax  heri'in  xliowii  ami  d«»<TilK««l, 
(vtiiaigtiiii;  of  cork  .\.  flauge^l  tiitx'  \\.  |>ro\  ide<l  with  xliid  /-  and 
with  oceeiitric  notched  collar  c,  H,inire<i  i«iixve  ('.  provided  \Mt\i 
xpinil  xlot  r)  and  (><H-<Mltric  colbir  A.  Ii,i\  1111.'  a  pin  ui.  pnofi^l  plate 
1),  ami  xpnnc  K,  ax  net  forth 

2.  Ill  a  lxit4le.i<top|«T,  till  coinbinaiioii.  »  nil  till  tiiU  B.  pn>- 
ridini  with  the  xtiu!  h  and  the  fvceiitin  not*  bed  i^illar  (.  c;irr\  ini: 
the  pivoie<l  p!al»-  D.  of  the  xpiralh  xloltitl  xli-eve  (',  provided  »  it b 
the  eccentric  ooUar  A,  carrying  pin  m.  xtilwlaiitiall>  ax  and  for  tin 
pnrjxxM'  wt  forth 

■\.  Ill  a  Ixittle  stopper,  the  combinatioii.  with  the  tuix  H,  pro 
>  idod  witli  the  flange  n,  the  dtiid  /<,  and  the  (XM-entru  nolchi«<l  col 
lar  r,  cjirrwii^  thi'  plate  I),  of  the  xpiraliy-»lolt»tl  xlej'ie  ('.  pro 
\  uUmI  »  itli  the  flange /'and  eci-entnc  collar  A,  Ciirry  iiig  pin  m.  and 
the  xprinj,'  K,  xiibxtanlially  ax  and  for  the  pnr|K«e  xel  forth 


230,052, 

SprUgt 


TRACTION     ENGINE        Ji'mcii   PoiTivnT    0(t»» 
lltii       FiUd  Apr    21    1880       CNoBodtl.) 


230,055, 

»«»i)tLor 
Oct     21, 


PADLOCI  JoiiPF  W  ElUHJiT  Puubsr^  Pi,, 
til  JiBd  IcHeiry  Keubirt.  ■!>»  pUcr  P:;r<i 
8:i» 


I'laim. — 1     III  !ra<tion  enijiiiex,  111  c<imhinatioii  with  the  inde-  , 
(Kiideiit  drm    wliei  Id  ('  and  « iinhiiit  driiinx  d  and   their  •«-i>arate  ' 
licar-whec  Ix  <t  and  r.  the  hbaflx  A.  driven  from  »«'(>iinite  cyhiiderx, 
I.M>«e  gearx  ,»  m  .  Kliilm^;  <  liitcli  y,  xliaftx  11  «  .  and  pinioiif.  «  n   and 
/>  /(  .  xiilwlantialh  :u-  de«rilHMl  and  xhown. 

2,  In    tradioii   inginex,   the  combination,  » itli   the   drning- 
^liaft>  h  and  tlicir  xteaiii  cylindcn*,  of  the  double  eecentricx.  slotted  1 
liiikx  k.  rmlx  t.  nxk  xliaft  «.  ariiix  t  .  and  handle  f.  xulixtaifliully   a«  i 

:llld   fur  the  Jlllr|msi>  set    t'orlii 

3,  In  trai  tion-enu'iHfw,  the  slotted  ariiix*  and  knott.-«l  Ti>\n-  r  . 
combimvi  with  the  v>  inding-dniinx  and   the   nxk   xhalt  *.  that    ix  j 
c.>iiiie.te«l  with  the  rt-versing  or  xKipping   nie<baiiixm  of  th<   en 
irinea,  xiilmtantially  aa  ubown  and  deacrilxnl,  j 

4,  In  traction- engine*,  the  throttle -valvex  n,  arms  h  .  andj 
liiikx  c  .combined  with  the  xUx-rinj:  arm  r  and  xteam  |>i|k»  of  tliej 
x.-parHtc  cNlinderx,  xulwtantially  ax  aud  for  tlie  pnrjxx-x  x|Hvitie<l.  j 

230,053.      HAT  AND  COTTON  PRESS       WiLLuaA    PsiDUir 
81U1U0,    Mm  .    iiilgBcr   of    011"  hilf  of   bi«   right   to    D     M 
Tinn«r.  »i»«  plifd        Pii»dMay3!     ISSP        (NoBodel) 
Urirf. — The  txtle-<banil«T  ix   pivoted  at    the  rear   end  of  the 

fniine.  rexting  u|x«n  the  ruiiiiing-gear  of  the  winroii 


CUiiiH. — 1.  In  combination  with  a  liaxp.  D.  of  a  pollock  liaT- 
ini;  a  xlot,  c,  or  itx  equivHlent,  a  vibrating  bx-k  lxilt.  K.  and  caiii- 
xlotK-d  xle«-ve  .1.  xulwtantially  ax  wt  forth 

2.  Ill  .viiiibiiiation  with  a  liaxp.  D,  of  a  (ladlixk.  a  spring,  K. 
vibratin»f  bxk  lx.lt  K,  and  cam  xloit<Ml  nietvi  J,  snlwtantiully  ax 
set  (.irth 

.1.   In  combination  with  the  liaxp  of  a  (uuilixk.  a  cani-alotted 
xlwMe.  .1,  vibrating   lix  k-lx>lt    E.  cam    1.  and   xpriiig   U,  subatan 
tially   ax  xet  forth 

4.  In  oouibination  with  the  liaxp  I),  viJiraling  lock-bolt  K, 
cjim-xlotttxl  8le<>ve  .1,  and  stop  1.  a  detent,  L.  for  the  parfxiMMi  »><( 
forth,  , 

.').  In  '-oinbination  with  tlie  liaxp  of  a  padl'X'k,  a  vibrating 
liK'k-tH>lt,  K.  cain-Mlotte4  alixMe  .1.  atop  1,  xpnug  H,  and  ipnng  .», 
xubntantially  ax  aet  forth, 

C.  The  combination  of  a  cam-xlotted  aleere,  .1.  and  a  vibrat- 
ing l(K:k-liolt.  K,  having  a  stop,  I,  and  a  [iir<>t«d  detent.  L.  e«rry- 
iug  a  tap|>et  W.  with  the  haap  of  a  {mdlork  provided  with  a  cam.  r. 
on  it«  pivotal  end,  in twtan tially  ax  aet  forth. 

7.  In  a  padlock,  the  combination  of  the  vibrating  lock-txdt  E 
and  cam-«loited  sleeve  .1,  xubst&ntially  as  show  n  and  deacnbed. 

230,056.      ORB    AND    COAL    CONTETIR       JliOMi    B     Sit 
SOLDI    Itiritj    iiiigior  of  out  kilf  of  kii  rlgkt  tr  Williia 
P    Hirrii    Nrwirk,  N    J       Filed  H17  «    1880       iHo  aodsl.) 

C 


Claitn. — 1.  The  cxmibination  of  a  tilling  frame  or  lialing- 
<haiiilM>r,  C,  with  a  hingiid  liwul.  (i,  the  xaid  b<-ad  Ix-ing  entindy 
N<'|Hinite  and  diatinct  fn>m  the  ehainlier  and  having;  xei  ure<l  to  it 
ii'xhaft,  by  means  of  which  the  follower  ix  niove<l.  sutMtantially 
ax  shown. 

2.  The  combination  of  a  wagon  liaxinu'  the  frame  H  »<>cnre<l 
U|X)n  ita  top  with  the  baling-cliaiiilxM  (',  pivotoil  ujxni  the  top  of 
the  frame  H,  and  which  chamlx-r.  when  tilttxl  t>ackward.  has  itx 
lower  end  to  rest  *didly  u|x)n  the  gnmnd,  sutwtantially  asset  forth. 


230,054.      BOTTLE  STOPPER       EmL  P    Ri  ITH 11    N»w  York 
N    T       Filed  Apr.  18.   1880       dodtl   > 

SI.* 


■^_» 


Claim. —  1.  In  a  <ionveyer  for  ore,  c»nil.  or  xiinilar  sulwtamt*. 
the  combination  of  the  bucket  A,  with  its  suspendinii-rope  H, 
guide-rope  ¥,  |mlley  C.  and  winding  mechanism  to  ofierate  the 
ropea,  snliatantially  as  and  for  the  pnrpow-  set  forth. 

2,  The  c4iiubination  of  the  bucket,  itx  sux|x-ndiiig  and  guide 
roiMia,  the  pulley  L'.  the  shaf^  H,  and  couiiter-l>alaiu^('  .1,  arranged 
to  draw  the  eiii|>ty  bucket  to  the  hop^ier,  sulwtantially  as  herein 
•et  fortL 

.3,  In  combination  with  the  coHiit/T  Iwlance  and  shafJ  H,  ar 
range<l  to  operate  the  bucket,  ax  ben-iii  x<'t  forth,  tin  bniki'  for 
holding  the  bucket  t<i  the  liop|H'r  wlnli'  tilhnL'.  xiiliKtantially  ax 
shown  and  d)»<-rili«d. 


f  13 


OFFICIAL    GAZKTTE. 


1880. 


330,057.  WHllL  OOLTITATOE.  Johi  H.  Kli«T,  Aatloek. 
Iii.  ru«4  Itr  I.  1110.  <N*>»4ll.) 
/Vfm/.— The  hiifli  oentrmi  Mvh  iu|i|M>rtii  the  onntntl  [miIWh  irf 
the  draft  wjimli^er,  the  dimbU  Uintfue,  uid  a  r<»r  »reh  having  pul- 
leyii  fiir  chainii  from  the  |>U)W-lie»iii«  U.  baUnciiiK-weishtM.  A 
Icrer  M  iwod  in  hi)fh  corn,  to  which  the  chain  from  the  left  i>hiw« 
is  »tt*rhed  Ui  tmahle  Uah  pMi>f»  t4.  \w  mana((e<l  fn>ni  one  siiUv 
The  wliwlii  are  bracketed  U)  either  nido  like  cimiUth.  The  inarhiiie 
11  u»ed  with  a  front  »rrh  and  short  netk  yoken  for  high  00m,  and 
with  loni?  n<^k  voken,  the  arch  n-iuovcd,  and  the  Uintfno"  hr<m)tht 
toKBther  «t  the  friml,  («r  h>w  cniiw.  Nix k  yoke  in  adj imtatile  in 
leni^h 


V    M 


f'htim  —1  In  a  whis'l cuitivatur,  the  renlrnl  nn  li,  A,  and 
halfiin  Ik*  II,  m  c^xiibinatiiin  with  the  wlio-U  1>.  i-.>iiiit)»-U'»l  t" 
the  lirtlfarthi*  H  by  liinge-arnw  ('.  and  the  riir\e<l  plow  UaiiiM 
.••.niioeU-<l  li!  the  nrch  A  by  iiintfe- boxen  K  .mil  Imlf  hinixe-joiilO*  K, 
^ulwtantiallv  an  aii'l  f'T  the  i)iir|Mi(M)it  gel  fnrtli, 

2  In  »  wIimI  rnltivitor,  the  plow-heauis  liinci^l  to  the  arch 
A,  Ml  dhown  And  d.wrilMxl,  in  combination  with  the  chains  N, 
anil  M.  and  wcialit  I'  thereon,  nahstUHtially  iw  and  for  the  pur- 
potww  net  forth 

3.  Ill  a  wh»-el  cultivator,  the  plow-lxsmm  hinRed  to  the  cen- 
tral areh.  A,  by  txiTe*  K  and  joiniJi  F,  »*  deacribed,  in  combina- 
tion with  the  cluiimi  X,  weight  !',  and  levur  T.  subnUiitially  a.* 
and  for  the  [iuri>o<««i«  let  forth. 

i.  Ill  a  «  beel-«iiltlviitor,  the  Juubia  tongue  y  Vj,  pivoted  or 
hinged  to  the  ar<;h  .V.  ax  "hown.  in  lymibination  with  the  hiiiirwl 
a^joaUhle  neck  yukii.  K  H  and  th«  front  areh,  .S,  Buiwtantially  lus 
and  for  the  por|K)iK»  set  forth. 

330,068.  CAR  COOPLING  Jllil  T  Kiel,  Ortid  Riplili 
lieh  tiilj[inr  to  himitir  iid  rrii^;.  Habbard.  itBf  f\ie> 
fll«4  *hj  1».   18«0       <N8  modil.) 


the  two  fraiiieg  jt.'ciiretl  Ui  fatU  other,  mid  framen  maintaining 
the  two  laycm  of  pi;«it4T  or  iCHient  and  the  hair  tilling,  and  Iwiiig 
com^MMed  >it  ntniw  mounted  ii|>oii  brmeea,  sulMtantially  aa  ihowii 
and  d<M<'n)M'<l 

1  The  liert-ni  ihiwrifxMl  improved  pip*'  or  other  covering  or 
jacket,  coiii|Hi(«.il  iif  tli^  imi  iiide|iendent  franien  or  crales,  ejich 
haviiii;  the  metalln  lira..*  with  radial  anuH,  the  two  la} en)  of 
plimt«i  HI  rcMicni.  iiml  the  hair  filling,  all  itiiiatrurteil  and  ar- 
raiitrtii  iiitinlaii!  I  tll\   .u-  iiiT<iii  ithown  and  let  forth. 


230,060.  SioSK  BEll.  SDPfORT  FOR  OAS  FIITDRES 
QioHQi  8.  RoilRTi,  BaltlBor*.  Id  Piltd  lay  I.  1880 
INo  aod«!   ) 


daiat  — \  «iip|»ir1  for  «  miioke  Im-II,  nonsinting  of  thme  or 
more  win's,  one  end  of  wuh  of  which  m  joined  or  o«nne«"le<l  at 
thi'  top  to  a  common  eetiler,  from  which  the  ainoke-bell  may  be 
itUM|M!nded,  and  the  iXher  end  of  eaeh  wire  is  foriued  iutu  •  hook, 
a»  and  for  tb>'  piir|HMw^  *>•'  *"'irtli. 

230,061       PB0CBS8    AND    APrARATHS   FOl   TRIATIKB   TO 
BACCO      6DLD9iioi(ou«i   Roiiiioi,  LsiliTllU,  K;  .  aiilgisr 
to  Los;iviIla  Leaf  Tubacco  Coapaif.  •»■•  ylte*.      Fll<4  f(k. 
»4.  1810  ^ 


Claim. 1.   .V  car  .onpler  r»ngtrncte«i  !iub«t*ntially  a«  herein 

ihown  and  de«-ril)ed.  contdKting  of  draw  he*d  (\  provided  witli 
circular  m*kel  and  socket  offl»t  a  »,  roapoctively,  and  curved 
•orket  ;,  .-onpling  hook  I»,  having  circular  lower  end,  •houldem 
f  /,  and  cnrved  *>cket  *.  spiral  spring  K,  and  U  »l»«l>e«l  P'^'"  *• 
a«  aet  forth. 

i  An  a  nieaiin  for  nnronpling  tlie  hook  D,  and  in  combina- 
tion therewith,  the  bent  pivot  b,  inclined  lever  H.  and  ro<kiiig 
lever  I,  »nb«uiitinlly  a«  herein  shown  and  described. 


330,069.      NOM    CONDOCTUa  JACIIT   POR  STRAW    PIPIS 
Jsas  RiLir.  Troy,  aiitgior  to  tkt  SaUsaidar  riltli^  Com 
rttr.  Ni*  T«rk.  N    T.      Piltd  Mar    tl.  1 880.     (MsBodd) 
Clotm. — 1.   Tlie    herein  -  de«icrihc<l    metallic    bnicea    for    the 
frainea,  the  same  beiiiK  i-oinpoaed  of  semi -cylindrical  or  other 
■M-tionul  fl.%ng«*  and   nulial  anim  pr»»je«-ting  inwardly   therefrom 
and  ailapUHl  to  U-ar  :iif;«iii»t  the   pip*«  or  other  object,  the  tiangos 
lieing  ma<le  ('<  carr>  tli<   loiigitiidmal  stripa,  sniwtantially  as  nhowii 
and  de<HTilied. 

'2.  In  a  frame  for  a  pii*'  or  other  covering  or  jacket,  tlie  com- 
bination, with  the  lon;.ntiiduiiil  i<tri|ai,  of  the  metallic  brace*  hav- 
ing p«rforate<l  ttaniTA  mid  nuhal  anus,  the  Ntri|i«  being  iiionnted 
and  se«.'ariHl  iiptiii  the  llaiigi«,  sulwtantuklly  a«  R(<t  forth. 

:),    In  a  pi[)e  or  other  -"iverinii  "r  jm-ket,  the  combination  of 


CUi*m.-~l-  The   pnxieM  of  nooDoniicany  Srjinf  tobacco  or 

'  other  •nbatance  after  saturation  with   alcohol  or  other  rolatile 

;  li>|iiid,  which  i«>niii<tt;i  in  evaporating  tb«  alcohol  or  rnlatile  liqliid 

''  by  a  blast  of  air,  condenning  the  vohuile  raponi  bjr  a  rednced  tcin- 

l«niture,  and  returning  the  lame  body  of  air  throngfa  the  eTapo- 

ratiiig  or  dryinx  chamber  again,  nubatMltially  as  deacrihed,  and 

fur  the  pur]ioee  »cf  forth. 

1  The  ap!«initiii  herein  deecribed.  eonsisting  of  a  blower,  a 
]  dippiiii:  wnd  '\r\  iiis;  i  hanilxr.  a  miideiiner,  and  a  n'tnm-pii>e  con- 


JULT     13,    1880, 


U.  S.  PATENT  OFFICt:. 


"J 


necting  the  oond«iMer  with  the  blower  for  the  retam  of  the  aani« 
iMMly  of  Mir,  all  oouibinad  and  ftrr»oge<l  tobatMitiElly  m  »ni  for  the 
paqMMe  d«acrib«ML 

230,003.     DOOR   PASTIKIHS      CiiRLii  H    SsLOiei.  Bsltl- 
■  or*.  Id.      Filid   Isj  e,  1880.      (Ms  «odil.) 
Hrie/—\  turning  Ixilt  U-aring  against  mi  incline  on  the  jamb 
IB  liK  kwl  in  |Mifiiti<Hi  by  a  pivotod  arm  o(>er*t«d  by  a  t»iii  wjthin 
a  i-ev-esB  in  it*  end. 


die  rotating  in  the  skine  plane  with  the  crlindriml  die  and  having 
no  motion  iu  the  line  of  its  axiH.  and  means  whereby  the  circular 
die  is  rotated  with  greater  |>eriplierHl  h|ioih1  than  the  cyliixlricAl 
die,  sulMftantiallv  as  set  forth. 


330,065.  MACHINE  POR  GRINDING  THK  TOP  PLATS  OF 
CARDING  KNGINES  Boxil  S  Ror .  Worteslrr  Maii  Filed 
Apr    16    188C       CNo  aodtl  ) 


Clutm. — 1.  The  combination,  subatantially  as  set  forth,  of  the 
rotating  Ndt  O  and  the  beveled  plate  and  sUip  with  tlie  pivoUsd 
lever  O,  actaat«d  by  the  c»ui  ]',  as  doaeribed. 

2.  The  combination  of  the  handle  H,  bolt  O,  beveled  plate  H, 
and  8t4ip  ,1  with  the  pivot  F,  e»m  1',  pivotetl  lever  (^.  and  plate  li, 
lui  set  forth. 

230,063.      8BADK   ROILIR       CiilLII    P    Roit    AlltltowE, 
aiiigior  of  oBt  kaif  of  kli   rigkt   to   Rsdolph  W    loittlltr 
Slalisglos.  Ps.      Filed    Not     17,   1879 
Unef. — To  each  end  of  the  Hhade-ndler  is  fittjil  a  tulx'    one 
end  carrving  a  pulley  for  the  conl    foniieJ  by  the  Kpiiiille,  witli  ;v 
dmk  and  an  annular  plate  thert^on.  and   the  other  cud  carriini.'  ;i 
l>awl-and-ratchet  mwhaiiisiii,  ami   liavmc  an  inwanlli   )in>|i'<tini: 
xpindle  and  bearing,  the  tiiU-  pn»(«tiii^'  Uwim!  run!  ^lvlIlllle  and 
spindle-lMjaring. 


Clatm.  —  1  Tlic  coiiibiiiation  o(  a  cnrt.'iiii  ndlcr.  .\,  with  :i 
tulie.  B,  carrying  jiawl  and  -  nil<'het  Ktop  iiKxhaniMiii  with  iii- 
wanlly-projecting  spindle  and  spindle-liearing.  the  tnU'  project- 
ing lieyonS  said  spindle  and  spindle-liearing,  whereby  the  device 
may  be  attached  to  the  end  of  the  niller  without  slotting  or  iHiriiig 
the  latter,  as  set  forth. 

2.  The  combination  of  the  roller  \  with  the  tube  H,  the  st.op 
mechanism  having  an  inwanlly-projocting  spindle,  b.  and  U'jiring 
«,  and  the  block  I>,  having  a  eentral  o|i«ning  fi>r  the  nM'eptlon  of 
•aid  spindle  and  spindle-bearing,  all  sahataiitially  as  spm-itied. 

X  The  omibiiiation  of  the  enrtain-ntllcr  A  with  the  tulie  H  , 
havinu  a  block,  I> ,  the  spindle  m.  having  a  disk,  a,  and  rilw  f, 
and  the  annular  plate  «,  inde|*<>Ddout  of  the  spindle  and  having 
pins  r,  as  set  forth. 

330,064.  lACHlMB  POR  GROOVING  PIPB8.  GiitiT  P. 
Roiiiooa.  Asbirs.  N.  T  ,  miifsor  of  oi»  balf  of  hii  rigkt 
to  CksrUt  8.  Trowbrldgo,  saae  plae«  PlUd  Jsit  10.  1880. 
(Mo  aodal.) 


^^E^^ 


g»a" 


;^s^^r'i;^^:'' 


'h  )'■  .    I'     '   -r; 


^    "-■    *    --.-  '■■.  - 


i'UxifH.  —  III  ii  iiwuliine  lor  eiiiidiiie  tlie  to |.  tints  t>f  cirding- 
eiitinc'*,  the  coinlniiutjiiM  of  .1  trin  er.sirii;  t:rin<liliL'  "  he)!  i>(  tlie 
«:iiiie  dianictJT  :v«  the  cvliiidi  r  ■•f  the  riirdinn-eiiirinc.  a  Kkelcton- 
fniiiic  corre»)>oiiding  with  llie  *IM'  of  'In  fniine  of  the  i'jirdm);-i'n- 
gine.  and  a  mtics  of  top-Hat  leiUlcrx  iitliu'liei!  to  siiid  Nkelet^iii- 
fraiiie,  and  iiic4»|»iM(  of  viliml.HH  tlieiixni.  Imi  :ulju«tiible  Uxlilv 
ill  a  direili.in  r;i.il.il  tn  the  giiiidiiif;  «lii'*'l.  wiiercfii  a  «li.ile  wt 
of  top  tiat«  can  Im  ijroninl  at  one  time  on  a  cin'le  ci>iic<<iitni  witli 
ilie  |>eripli(r\  "f  tin   c\liii(l<i  ol  tIk   ■  iir<liiiy-i  .iv'iiiv,  siilwtjiiilially 

;!'*   -iet    f'Wili 

230,066.      ENGINE  LUBRICATOR       Johk  Jabis  RRTir    Han 
rkcitrr    Eagliid      PiUd  lay  1 .  1  i)80      (NoaodcM     Patrited 
li  Eaiclaid  D>c    1    I87t 


CUnn^.-X  in  a  in,^hiiie  for  forming  *  n'w-lliroad»  011  shiM't- 
im-tiil  pii^H.  the  eombniatioii.  with  a  c>  liiidri<al  die.  I),  constructed 
with  a  |>cripheral  sen'W-thri'jid  and  m-cnrcd  to  ;i  rt>iatiii«  uliaft,  W. 
which  is  providetl  witli  a  screw-thread,  r.  working  in  .1  threa<lo<l 
l>earing,  f.  of  a  circular  die,  K.  routing  in  the  sivnie  plane  with 
the  cylindrical  die  and  having  no  motion  in  the  line  of  itJi  axit, 
and  nu«ns  whcndiy  a  iwxiitivc  n«t*r\  iiiolion  ik  iiiiiiarted  to  Ix'tli 
di<«,  sulwtantially  as  set  Inrtli 

2.  In  H  ina«hiiie  for  f..iiiiiim  wrew  tlir.ad-  on  i«lie('t  iiict:kl 
pUKti,  the  combinatifin,  with  a  roUiliii!.'  e\  lindneal  <lie.  eoiiMiiicted 
«ith  ii  iH^ripheral  screw-thread,  and  iiiciiii."  (vlicrcliy  the  cylin- 
drical die  is  ixwilively  iiiove.I  in  «  line  «itli  it*  .ixw,  of  a  circular 


Claim. — 1.  The  coiiil>ination.  in  an  cngiiie-lnbrit-ator,  of  a  mp 
forVnpjdyini:  the  liilirieant,  iiieans  for  regulatiii;:  the  chc.i|x  fnim 
»ai«f  cnp,  and  an  inje.-t<>i  ha<  mu  luct  ion -cone*,  an  inlet  for  the  Iu 
bricant,  an  inlet  for  the  cteiuii  or  its  o<|nivalent,  and  a  connocIUMi 
with  the  engine-cyliiidi  r,  arrani;c<l  and  oiwratinii  siilwlantiitlly  a* 
herein  dem-.riliod.  the  Inbri'-aiit  lieing  carriM  into  tli<'  cWinder  by 
iiyector-action,  as  m-t  forth. 

2.  The  c4iiiibination,  in  ati  engine-lnbricator.  of  a  vwy  for  sup- 
plving  the  lubricant,  luciiiis  for  regulating  the  e»c;i;>c  fnon  wild 
cup,  and  a  chix-k-valvc  with  an  iiijoctor  having  Hucl.omones,  an 
inlet  for  the  lubriiant,  an  inlet  for  the  stoaiii  or  its  rtjuivalcnt, 
and  a  coiiiiw-lion  with  the  enginc<'yliiider,  sulwtantially  as  hen  111 
S]iecifi»l 

3.  The  regulatiiiy  slmve  I'  R.  Fig.  %.  in  combination  with  the 
snpidy-cnp  H,  liai  m-  the  inelowil  o<«;»|M'-liil>e  M.  the  clio.  k  i  nlv. 
().  seiited  at  the  lower  end  of  xaid  ewaiie  tulx'.  and  tin  iii|i-<tor  V. 
Kiilistaiitially  ax  In  rem  *[x<>  ilicd.  for  tlii'  pnnx»s«»  s»'t  forth 

230,06V.     MSTHOD  OF  PRECIPITATING  RAIN  FALLS       !)»»• 
it'i  Rur,Gi.is    FrfdfrifksburK    Va       Fi  i»d  J  nit  T    1  *  SI'        'N'" 

BOdtl    .' 


I  4 


OFFICIAL    (lA/.FTTR. 


LLV      1.^, 


18H0. 


)li.y    I  J,    18H0. 


li.  S.   PATKNT  OFFICK 


1 1  =. 


230,067. 


A^ 


>-  ^^ 


I'laim. — The  iiiixlf  lirrcin  ilofwriUxl  iif  jircMliK  inn  rain  fall, 
•aiij  iiuhIc  coiiNiiitliit;  in  i-ouveyiug  and  ox|i|ixliiiij  tiiqM'«!iici(  or 
utlicr  ex|>l<«iv(<  iu;<>iit«  within  tlio  cinuii  rvaliii,  tulMUiiitiAlly  an 
lifw  rit)«l. 

230,068.     CLEAHIR  FOR  GRAIN  DRILL  ROKS      JiuStuma. 
Otltoi   0kl9       rUt4  Apr  &   IIIO       (Naasd*!   > 


i'liiim.  —  1.  Ill  Ik  t(')<-|ilHiNii:-<'.\<'h;>ii)ri:  wy«U;iii,  llio  roiiiliin;i 
tioii,  with  till'  t4-niiiii;il  or  i'IkI  of  li  lino  or  iik-iiiImt  of  tlif  wvittt-iii, 
of  an  cxtcMsiou  lorii  ur  sHitrli  coniM't'tioii  |irii\iih<<l  with  an  aut4>- 
in;iti<    tnki'  ii|> 

1  \  !i  iij.iiuiH  <wtti  ii  <<>rtl  i>r  iiiniiiK  fur  iiilrnoiinertint;  »Mv 
t\r  >  ii'H-'    r!    iir<  iiiln  r^    if  .1  t<  li-|ilii>ii<    4^  hU'Ui  lia>iiic  un  iiutiini.ttir 

3.  Ill  riiininii.ilH'ii  Milli  :i  tcli'i'lioiK'  '•witrli  I  iinl  iir  i-oiiiiot' 
tion,  the  .■niliimatH  mi  .r  uilii'  1111  ilriiiu  ('.  ;irr;iiit'i'<l  iHiil  ;i|i|>lii'tl 
to  ojieratc  i<iili«i:imiiill>   .i.«  in  niii  ilcm  rilxil. 

1     III  coiiiliiiiJilinii  (Mill   tin'  liiHc  or  I  i>iii|Htrtin<'nl    D,  two  or 
nion-  :iuti>in;itl<    ri't'l.s    n    iMki'  ii|i  ilniiii*,  ('  ('.  Iiaviiii;  tlic  -tuilrli 
roni  H  'Wi'unil  liiinto.  mM  ,1  iiii'iini*  for  i-HlJiiiliMliiii;;  t.li'<lri<    loni 
iiiuiiir;Hioii  iK-tw.tii  lln'  sjinl  ronl  on  tlic  Uruni  ami  a  |«*t  orrnli- 
no<  ii.in.  h     nil  llir  caw,  ■«ulmtantially  an  hcn'in  Ju*  rilK-»l,  for  tho 
parjMiw  MX  t'oitl. 

6.   Tli<-   iinl.nn.iln     i-i'  I    or   lukv  up  drum  (',  ni<>nnt4<4{  on   the 
iiliiio  or  plali    I-'    iiiil  li.ik  uiii  llio  ooniluitor  y.  in  I'unihination  with 
till'  .  ir<  111!  I  loK.!   /<  on  tlir  ulidf  anil  tho  it|iriiii;  ini  tltr  i»i«'  or  i-oiii 
|)iirf iiniit   1>    «iii>i>t:iiiti;i!l V    L"  liiTi-iii  iln.'«<TiU'iV,  for  tin'  |iuri><»K'  ■o-t 
forili 

tt.  In  ( oiMiini  iii.ii;  ;iii  I'vicnHion  c<inl«,  tin-  r<>iiin'»tiii'»  »ir<'« 
tr  r,  till'  iiwil<h  \S  .uni  I  <ii;iiai  ti-li'|ilioiii  .  .\ ,  aiiliMlAliliiillv  itx 
ben  HI    iiKi  rilMxl,  U)  o|m  i;ili    hm  -mI  liirlli 

230,070.       SHINOLg     MACaiNK         ELiii   C    Sihekmiimok. 
AUer  Creak,  N.   T.      FiUd  Apr    iO,   l«gO.      (Naaotftl.) 


Clatm. — I.  In  a  itrain-drill,  the  I'ombination.  with  the  drill- 
taboft,  ctt  a  H-rsper  the  edge  of  which  ha«  a  aha(M>  similar  tu  a 
hnrM«h<M\  and  ineaiia,  nuhntMitiallv  an  doacrilMid,  iaUu'h<>tl  to  the 
■<.'rmp«-r  to  raine  and  lower  it,  aa  net  furth. 

3.  The  cimibination,  with  the  drill-tuboa,  of  adevic«  Airrlean- 
ini;  the  tubui  and  poiuta,  onnaiatinf^  of  a  acrapor  liavine  a  •ha(M) 
•daptin((  it  to  tit  amand  the  front  part  of  the  tuh(\  and  atla<-li<Ml 
t<>  a  horizontal  liar  adapted,  by  lueMU  •alatantiallv  an  dem-nlicd. 
to  move  vertically  and  endiriM,  and  a  iprinK  attiu-htxl  l<>  the  bar 
tai  preaa  it  toward  the  drill-tabe  aod  tti  Hiutain  it,  an  aet  forth. 

.1  A  drill  tabe  and  point  cleaner  couaiating  of  a  wrafM'r 
ada|>t«d  Ui  lit  alHtat  the  front  p*rt  of  the  tal)e.,  a  Iwr,  F,  u>  whirli 
the  arraiier  in  attached,  a  hanger,  O,  by  which  one  end  of  the  Itar 
ia  itiia|M>nde«l.  [lerinittiuK  it  to  have  an  endwiae  luoveintMit.  a  lever 
plvote<i  bv  one  end  above  these  parta,  a  link  or  rtxl.  L.  coiiiiettiiii; 
the  li'M'r  Aiid  the  bur  F,  and  a  K|irint:  attached  to  the  Imr  to  koi'|> 
tin    '«  rH|i<r  in  iimtact  with  the  drill-tiilir.  a«  set  forth. 

230,060.       ILICTRICAL   SWITCH     BOARD        Join    I    SiBin 


Sii  rraitiKO,  Cal.     PiUi  Kay  14.  tllO.      (H*b«4*1.) 


Clnim.—l  In  a  »liini:le  uim-hine.  the  eombiimtion,  with  the 
enMH-tiiiilx'ni   H.  the  »IJiiNtiii);  Imra  ('.  and  the  kiidcw   I>,  forniiiiK 

the  upjHT  (Niit  of  :\  «iw  null  earrun^e,  of  the  phitfonii  I.,  tj>  n iMi 

the  lil<Mk».  the  mii>|H'rtm:;  IxKird  N.  to  n'«^'i»e  tlie  iloirn,  the  doc 
0  I",  for  liolilin!;  tlie  t>li«  ks,  and  the  ehkiiip  tj  R,  for  <■ar^^illl:  llie 
iipiHT  doe,  »  111  reliy  the  lilixkn  M  lire  hehl  and  ninveil  up  to  the 
*iw,  itn  ili'wriUtl. 

'2.  Ina^liincle  iii.n  liine,  the  eoinbiimtioii,  »  illi  lln  loner  |Kiit, 
\.  o(  a  «»»  null  e»rri;iui',  and  with  the  liiil^'il  iTonK-liiiilx^rs  It,  tlmt 
CHrrv  tin-  mljuMliiiK  bar«  ('  and  kiiMW  1>,  forming  the  iip|><  r  ]>ikrt 
oflliei.irrniL'e,  of  llie  xtationary  harS,  attat  he<l  Ui  the  fnnit  of  lower 
)>art.  .\.  the  liint^i'd  t»ir  T,  i>up|M>rtin|;  the  n-itr  of  the  l>an<  II  .'iiid 
nwtiMi;  ii|Kiii  the  n-iir  of  [mrt  .\,  and  »  iii<M-haiiiHiii  for  tnmiiit.'  'h'" 
liiniri'«l  liar  T  ui  vt  forth,  wlien'by  tlii'  bliK^kn  M  can  In-  mi  juI- 
lu.'lrd  thill  tin  lliii'k  riiiln  of  the  i>hiii«;leM  will  Im'  ent  all<'riial<  ly 
ffnii  till-  u|i|«r  and  lower  [wrtj'  of  the  bhx  kit.  an  -ut  forth 

^  III  a  Hliinitleniactiinr.  the  ronihination.  with  the  hiniri-*! 
bar  T,  witir}K>i«nI  lietween  the  rear  end*  of  tho  lower  (lart  of  a 
naw  null  rarnaife  and  the  bar  U  of  tho  npp<'r  part  of  tho  carriaffc 
that  larrii'K  the  )>ar  ('  and  knee  I),  of  the  apri|{ht  li'Ver  I',  the 
o[«THiinif  hmI  \',  the  rack  bar  X.  attached  to  the  bar  B,  the  ]>a»l 
W  ,  piMiUxi  to  the  lever  l',  and  the  oonl  V,  ponnwted  with  tin 
pawl  W.  whereby  the  hinifod  l>«r  T  il  a<^utte<l  and  hold,  ait  )t|N-<-i- 
rt.'<l 

4    The  iiinibination.  with  the  Mw-mill  carriajn"  A  H  C  I>,  of 

:  tlio   liar   S,  »<xun'<l   Ui  the  forwanl  end  of  the  lower  earriajremt 

j  lion,  .\.  and   liiii({e<l   to  the  upper  unction,  and  the  l»r  T.  hinjretl 

U>   the    rearwartl  1  ml    if  tlie    hiwer  aocthan.  aapjHirriiig   the   iip|Kr 

•oetion  and  u^rMiiL'  <<>  raim'  and  lowor  the  Moje  an  it  ii  uiuvmlon 

it*  Uiiii.'i'jt.  an  ibowii  and  ili»eribed. 


230.071.      lAMnPArTURR  of  boots  AMD  SH0S8 
P.  Scott.  Sktibnri    iud       Filtl  Fik.  tl,  lilt. 


Blli  1  ■  : 


"n^. 

yj 

Clatm. — The  pattern  \  for  the  tip|><T  of  ;i  nIii>c  or  ImhiI,  iin 
shown,  tlic  same  huving  the  Htrai);ht  jKinillel  i'<lci«  x  J  joined  l>y 
irnuliuti  enr\on  r,  the  whole  coiintrnetetl  and  lulapUxl  for  ap|iliia- 
tiiiii  to  a  nolo  In-nt  and  curved  an  net  forth 

230,072.  STBAI  VACOUI  DREDGER  Hskiit  C.  Sues. 
BottoD  liiii  Filfid  Hir  i&.18gO  !NoBo4tl) 
Itnff — A  viiemiiii-ehanilH'i  ii  |ilw.te<l  to  and  nlidi*  on  \vr\\ 
ml  inwtnon  ascow,  and  hiin  an  indui  lion  pifn  »itli  a  vahed  no/./le 
U-nnin:itiiiK  within  the  chanilwr  Tin  induction  pnx',  rit'idly  at 
liK'hotl  to  tho  vacuuni-idittni>)er,  nwIiil'*  m  a  loiicitiuliniil  wcllway 
in  the  mow       The  iie<i»   ban  an  extended  nlniie  ami  Irai  k. 


Claim.  —  In  inaehiiiox  for  turiiiiii;  hiilw.  the  ulidini:  table  9, 
fitted  with  the  nt^M-k  1  for  the  ktiifi  il.  niul  t\ith  the  kiilfi  m.  tin 
raek  II.  pinion  7,  shaft  /»,  and  halnl  nhiil  r.  eoMiliined  tiv'i'ln'' 
and  with  tho  saddle /and  lathe  fmiiie.  >ul»taiitiiilli  u.-^  tliu«u  ;iiid 
dew  rilx'd. 


1230,075.     GRADUATED  GLASS  UK  JAB       TkuRKToiiA    SiI!»» 
I        RFmiDgtoD    as»iftiirir  of   oii»  liaif  u!   b.>  rigtt   to   Ruktra    E. 


Breed.  Pittibari^    Pk.      Filed  June  Z)«     U7?. 


Cliiim.  —  .V  new  artirlo  for  houKelmld  uw,  conMntin;:  of  a  If 
I»ront    ve!««d    ha\infj   the  h<'\enil    t'ntduntisl   ncalon  of  wei;,'hl  and 
UieAnirre,  as  and  for  the  pur|ni<w  nhowii  and  dcecribed. 


230,076.    THILL  COUPLING      ElwoooH    Shui    WiTteibur^ 
Uhin       Filed    Mer  tv    18«0       (Ko  node!    * 


m 


Y-* 


Claim. — 1.    In  a  Htemn  ^aeuunl  pnnipinK  apparatus,  the  eoiii- 
hinution  of  a  vaeHUiu-chainlH'r.  a  ralved  indurtionpifie  ti-niimal 
iiiK  within  the  iip(wr  portion  of  the  chanilier.  and  a  pipe  iir  cni 
deuninfi-uoxzle  adaptetl  to  direct  a  itreiani  of  water  upon  tho  vahe 
of  the  indoction-pipe  when  said  valve  is  u[*eno<l,  an  and  for  the 
pur|io«to  iiiecifled. 

2.  Ill  a  Rteain  Tacuam  paiiipinp  apparatat,  the  combiitation  of 
a  scow  orreaael  having;  a  longitadinal  well  or  o|»enine,  a  vacuniii- 
chainlicr  pivntnd  to  support*  on  the  scow,  and  a  valvt^d  indnotioii- 
pl|¥-  ontcrinj;  laid  rhauilier  and  rigidly  attached  thereto,  ao  that 
litHh  will  l>e  inclined  togethj[«r,  an  n<-t  forth. 

3.  The  oninbiuation  of  tho  scow  or  veiwel  having  a  vertical 
fVaiiio,  (),  the  Tacuuni-chaiiilier  having  an  iiidu(^tion-piiH\  J,  and 
trunnion!  C  C,  cyeii  or  sup|N>rt»  for  naid  trunnions  8iin{>cnd«xl  from 
aaid  frame  and  guided  thereby,  and  means  for  raising  and  luwur 
ing  the  eye*  'or  aopptirta,  as  set  forth. 

4.  The  scow  or  veiwol  having  the  inclined  sluice  exfondcti  U- 
yond  itn  I'lid  and  the  track  Iciuliug  out  frujjl  the  Uwly  of  tht;  ncow 
to  the  end  of  the  sluice.. 


Claim. — The  eoniliinatltin  of  tin  nhan-iroii  hut  mp  an  oval- 
aha|>c<l  rear  end  fonuod  tvith  laterally -pnijectint  lononi"  with  the 
clip  provided  with  oars  having  slotn  F,  F,(>.  and  11,  and  the 
claatic  pad  or  block  held  Imtween  a  plate.  H.  and  a  flange  foniied 
on  the  clip  bctwiien  its  oara,  suliaUintJally  an  njn^  iliod 


230,073.     EAR   PIIICBR       BDWiSD   SErrAtti    Lsisrk,  111 

Filed   lay   10.  1110.      (No  nodel.) 

Uriff  —  .\  spring-plunger,  when  liliuratctl  fnnu  a  relaining- 

cati'h,  (HiMicn  thrtiugh  and   into  guide-blocks  situated   in  tho  ends 

of  elainping-jaws,  piert:iug  tho  lolie  of  the  ear,  which  is  held  bo- 

twtyn  said  Idtn-ks. 

r  jj J\        I 

FJH  srg      "^f^^^^f-  LI 


230,077.     WIRE  FIHCI.     IiiiTlf  T.  Spiout.  Picture  Rocte, 
ft       riled  Jti    17    IStO. 


Claim. — Tlie  c4mil>inalion  of  the  win>n  n.  puis  A,  int   n|irin!:- 
rings  d,  and  ataplnt  or  riveta  t,  subntantially  lut  net  forth 

230,078.     LKe  FOR  BBD8TIAD  FRAMES      Qioiai  Sriixon. 
Xait  Ckeiter,  K.  T.     Filed   Oct.  «.  I87» 


^ 


Claim. — An  o*r-pior»»r  oonstrnct«<I  •ntwtantially  aa  herein 
•bown  and  deacrilied.  conninting  "f  the  hinged  >iar«  A  K,  having 
•ocketa  ('  to  rw^ivo  the  blinks  I»,  the  tulw  K.  having  cap  F,  the 
noedle  (1,  having  disit  I  and  notch  -I.  the  spiral  spring  li,  and  the 
catch  K,  as  aet  forth. 

230,074.     HOB  TQKIIINO   LATHI       CuiiLll  8ithod(,  D«n 
kt»*.  Okio,  aiilgitr  t«  Defttice  Itckiit  Worki,  •»■•  flaes. 

Plltd  lay  I,  lilt       (Ha  aodel  ) 


f'laia. — The  leg  for  a  iHidntCiid-fraine  foniioitl  of  the  flat 
curved  springs  r  d  /.  spiral  nprini;  ff.  Ixix  i.  and  eiinteni  I),  ar- 
raiignil  subatantially  as  shown  and  dcscrilMtl 

230,079.  POWER  8TBBRING  APPARATUS  FOR  TBS8EL8. 
Aibiiw  J  8TITIII,  SaersBeite  Csl  Filed  Isy  10  ItIO 
(He  Bodsl.)  — 

1*1 


'■-f*-  ■'-1 


rw^, 


Claim.— I  I  n  a  jK>wer  steering  ap[iaratns  for  veancls.  tho  com- 
liination.  with  the  tiller,  t>f  a  luotor-pistoii,  a  differential  dnim.  and 
iiitennetliatc  iiKxhanism  conne<'ting  tho  dniin  to  the  piston  and 
to  the  tiller,  whereby  the  drniii  is  ada|>t44l  to  hate  a  rotary  motion 
and  to  travel  hack  and  forth  in  a  rit;ht  line  with  relativii  to  the 
piston  and  operBt.e  tho  tiller,  an  set  forth. 


i6 


OFFICIAL    GAZblTTE. 


July    13,    1880. 


2  III  i-wiiibinAtinn  with  tb«  puton-rod  of  a  motor-cyliniler, 
III)-  ilruui  M,  uiurod  or  cauaed  U>  tnrel  In  »  rigbt  lino  by  wid 
l>iitiim  r<M<,  uml  h«viii)t  a  iiioveinont  of  rotation  fivon  to  it  darini; 
iU  tnivfl  tiy  tbo  drum  or  Itarnil  i  and  (lie  cord*  or  mp«R  ¥  P,  iul>- 
KUntLally  m  licrt-in  ilcscrilx-tl,  for  the  pari><>iie  art  forth. 

.1  III  coiiiliinahon  with  the  piiitdiiDid  of  a  motor-cylinder, 
tl»>  yoke  or  hfad,  thr  illfTcrvnliHl  drnin  B  ft.  rotated  by  the  coni- 
IhiiimI  action  of  the  royf»  or  (-ordu  K  K"  and  'hv  rwiprooation  of 
thr  piston-rod.  and  thf  ni|iui  K  K'  of  tbi^  pHiu-i|iiil  dmui,  arr&ugod 
siiid  apfilittl  to  o{iurate  aabatuHliulIv  a»  dew-riliod. 

230,080.     OIL  WELL  PACKBE.     Lmti  Stiwht   Titaiville 
Pk        filnd  Stpt    t,  1178 
/inrf — To  alhiw  tbo  «i»trr  to  run  tl"«  ii  in  tbn  Imttiriii  of  tlio 
\m\\  \rli«'ii  th<!  tiibiiii!  i«  wIthdraHii. 


230.083 


'IninL.  —  .\«  an  iiiipnivi>iii«int  in  the  niannfactare  of  buttiHia 
fnnii  pliurtir  niatt'.rial,  the  coiiibiitatHHi  of  a  platen  provided  witliin 
it*  iipiKT  fiuf  with  n  J,  itba|iod  o|)cn-ond  irroove  with  aw^rvw  hav- 
iiii;  itH  cMiTiMrini,' ciiil  iiiH'kol  to  «irr«N|«nid  to  and  |mu8  into  aaid 
irn«ivi',  Hulwljiiitially  nn  and  for  the  puqwiao  api>citivd. 


Brion   D    Taio*.  Wlliai.  V    T. 


t'liiiHi.  —  III  an  lulvifll  |>a<kpr,  the  •ootinii  A  of  tnbiiii;.  pri»- 
-N  idnl  witii  Ibi-  rtani;)'  K  and  with  tho  rine  a  and  lioica  fi  ,  in  coiu- 
liiiiatiiiii  with  tbi'  t4'liM<<'opic'  coni'-My-tion  oil.ipttyl  to  iiKliiM'  or 
nucr  tb«-  h'lbii  wlicii  it  !■«  foriiHl  int«»  the  niblM-r.  pinliHtautially  a« 
M't  forth 


230.081.  EOAD  SCRAPIE.  Jim  Stoibs.  loait  PItaiait, 
U«t.  t\Ui  D«c  t.  117). 
Urtrf  —  Projecting  upward  fnnii  a  bt>nt  wheeled  axle  are 
KlandanlM.  iii  whirb  in  jounialed  a  ibaft  carr>int;  a  tixed  pulley  at 
ea<'h  end,  with  a  chain  fnittened  to  each  by  which  thu  acra|M!r  ii 
•imiiendml.  A  thir\i  tixml  pulley  in  the  rx^nter  of  the  ihaft  alw} 
nirri«i  a  chmn  loniifited  at  ita  lower  cinl  with  a  handle.,  wliicb 
pr<>j«t«  n^rwardly  fnjiu  the  end-ifat^-.  The  sliaft  is  o|ierat<<d  by 
.\  band  lt:vi;r.  tbur<-by  raiainK  and  lowering  the  MTajwr-liox.  aiul 
aflor  the  cnd-itate  i»  iiiilBtcbwl  the  center  chain  raifWM  it  to  dump 
the  lu«ul.  Slotted  tlraft-bHn  arc  hiiiKvd  to  each  iiidc  of  tbc  aera|M>r- 
box. 


230,084.      CHURN  POWER 
PtUd    ng     3     t  HO 
Hruf.  —  \  !><ri«..ii   •<ittini;  in   the  chair  by  moviiiK  h*rk  and 
fiirtb   roinminiiialiv  it   riitiir\    motion   t<i  the   lulHiicv-whovl,  and 
till-"  '"aiiti.c  wti.t'l   til  turn  oiHJDiUM  the  lif^it  lUiR-hinu  coniiucted 
lliirtli.. 

-I4 


CUiim.  —  Ifi  li  motor,  the  (xiinbination  of  the  msit  (1.  pivoted 
by  iiieiinM  of  llic  utamlunl  H  at  the  fl<M>r,  pr()i«-ti<>n  I,  itinnectinp- 
rixl  .),  » htH'lH  K  L  \.  witli  their  i«banH,  r<mnectin|;-nMl  1'.  and 
lever  (I,  the  |Hirtf  lieiui;  iY>nibiiied  to  ojtenite  HubMtantially  aa  du- 

wrilx'd  ^_^^______^^.«^— ^^— 

230,085       TKLKGRAPH  POLE 
N     H«i        P'l«it    Dft    t     1879 

I  -N 


Joii  L.  Tirioi,  Lai  Vigai, 


F 


"^ 


IB 


■TS^:^jvvrrf 


Clatm.  —  1.  In  coinbin.ition  with  the  wheole<l  axle  A.  acraper- 
)nix  K,  and  buni  ('  I),  tbo  hiii^id  niotttHl  bara  H,  a«lapted  tj>  drnw 
or  driiK  the  iu'ni[ier  box  and  to  allow  it  to  l>e  raiMMJ  and  hiwen-d 
in  a  vertical  pUiic,  anlmtantially  aa  and  for  the  pnr|Miw  R|)«<'itiiHl. 

2.    In  a  rtbc^'lml  •■ra|>er.  the  oonibimition  of  tlie  h  in'^'led  a.vb' 
A,  Iwra  <"  n,  i«l(>tt(xl  dran-lMim  H  H,  acniper  (xix  K,  nbaft  I,  bav 
iiit;  poMeyK  >  t,  and   the  chaiiia  K  L.  the  wveral  piirtit  coiiHtnictifl 
and  rvlalively  ttrrani;i«l  tn  o|ientte  subatMiitially  iu  the  inaiiiitsr 
liervin  aliowii  and  deM-ribed. 


(7nia». — 1.  In  t<de.graph-polr«,  the  rouibination,  with  the  iron 
fiiot  .V.  |inividixl  «ith  ki:«-|MTH  H  .'iiid  Mto|i<i  I),  of  the  two  wtmdeii 
liwrx  r  •oilmtiiiitiivll*  lut  hcn-in  Khii«n  and  il(«cril)ed.  Ut  jr'^^P  the 
(Mdc  Ktreiictli  while  ^ilkiuiii);  it  to  )ms  iii;iile  li^bt,  lut  S(<t  forth. 

2.  Ill  H  tdeirraph  [Wile,  the  com bi nation,  with  the  injn  foot  A, 
iif  the  p»icb'  |wib'",  ( '.  Mill  tlie  center  [)ole.  H,  anlixtantially  aa  herein 
nbown  and  iltwnlied,  the  snle  |>«il<»,  (',  tMinp  inserted  in  the  keep- 
ers* H  iiiiJ  the  center  (xde.  II.  bcini;  inaertod  in  the  hidlow  upiier 
cud  '>(■  tb'    tiKit   .\    iu<  wt  forth. 


230,086.     INCOBATOR      Hilar  B   TtTita.  Jr 
Pa       ril«4  Ayr.  tt.  ISSO       (Nsaodd) 


230,082.  lANnPACTDRE  OF  BUTTONS  FEOI  PLASTIC 
MATERIAL  PiiLir  L.  Stltiitii.  Aabiri.  N  T  .  tiilgaor 
to  W»odrir?Broi     itai  plitt.    PU«<  lay  II.  IIIO     (lalil.) 


Philtdalpktt. 


U,-^^ 


£  -r 


Claim. — Tlie  herelnbefi>re-dracribMl  niethod  of  omauientinK 
the  aurfWv  of  a  bnttnn,  by  paMaioK  orer  the  anrfhre  of  pUatic  ma 
t4Tial,  b«'for»'  the  «iiiiie  in  paiwcH]  thnrnttb  the  diea,  a  ppoovM  ndler 
coaled  with  thin  oidorinK-iiuUter,  aubstMitially  aa  aud  fur  the  pur- 
|MMe  aiiecilied. 

230.083.  APPARATUS  POB  THE  lAUnPACTORE  Of  BUT 
TONS  PROM  PLASTIC  lATERIAL  PllLiP  L  Stlviitii 
Aihirt,  If  T  ,  tiiifior  to  WaodriffBroi  ,  itao  pliec  Piltd 
■  »T   18     1880        (lodol  > 


nz!!!::^^^^ 


(Uiim — I    The  combination,  in  an  incnlNitor.  of  watcr-rt«er- 
voin«,  a  tniy  for  «np|><>rtiii((  a  row  of  o^ift,  and  a  flexible  tuln.-  or 
trouKb,  K.  which  rent*  ii|>on  tho  ejfRS  and   fonna  a  water-channel, 
i  but  |K-nnitx  the  fu-v  upward  piii«it|;e  of  air,  aa  act  forth. 

I    The  niiiibMiMtioii.  in  an  inenlmtor.  of  an  eKK-rlmmlwr,  M, 
'  an  >'a\!  inn    <i   one  or  more  flexible  water  tube*  or  tn>U(;ha,  F.  and 
iiKiiii-  Mbtnliy  H  (  ircnIiiljoM  of  air  i«  indntwl  within  aaid  clisui- 
Ikt4iI    ioiI  Hniiiml  tbc  i-i;irN  and  water-tuliea,  aa  aet  forth. 

i     I  lie  •■..niliinatioii    if  ttie  n)fK-cliaiiib<-r  M   and  egjftray  (1 
w  itli  cxtcnml  ■  iri  iiliitiiii;-|ii;(ca.  1*,  each  havuif;an  inlot,  <j.  aaajie^i- 

lic<l 

1  1.   The  uimbiiiali.il,  nf  tiff  outer  caaini;,  \.  the  rewrvnin  B 


July    13,    1880. 


r.  S.   PATKNT  OFFICE. 


»«7 


and  I>,  llio  tabea  K,  thti  ididini;  ofCK-tray  (I.  and  a  (Vunie  for  mu|»- 
|MirtinK  tlie  UiImm  K  ckmr  of  tho  vVK'*  ou  thu  tnty,  aa  dtwcrilMMl. 

5.  Tliu  wHIiiii-dewrilMid  lieal-nxulutiii);  device,  iu  whkh  are 
combined  a  valve,  the  luljiiatniont  of  which  ^>venui  the  aa|»|dy  of 
luMit,  n  HtKit  oiniKw-tt-d  U\  or  oontndlini;  <«iid  viU\e,  a  tulw  or  nw- 
I'rvoir  ooiitiiiuint;  e\|Htnxihht  liijuid.  uiid  a  i^uiincctiiHi  iH-tweuii 
aaid  tulie  or  rtiM<n  oir  and  the  ttoiil.,  w  hervby  the  wui^'htin^  of  the 
hater  i«  Koveriuid  by  the  expaiiHioii  uiid  t^iiitraction  tif  Ulc  liquid 
in  the  tnlte  or  riktrrvnir  under  the  inttueii<-c  of  vary  iiig  dc^^roua  of 
b«»t,  all  lUiliatAntiully  ok  i<|H<eitiiHl. 

6.  The  conibinatioii  of  the  hent-Rovernin;;  valvo,  the  float  ir, 
oninorted  tlioreto  and  hitviii^  .1  Htt-iii.  jr.  the  tul>c  or  nvonuir  .), 
hnvinf(  a  braiM'h,  r,  and  the  flexible  connei-limi  i/  livtween  the 
atein  «  aiid  branch  r,  an  net  forth. 


230,087.       6  ATE 
Oil.  11,  ISTI. 


WiLLua   H.  Tout,  LiToiia.  ■•. 


Plltd 


230.091 


Z.  A  cliMii  tor  a  chain  flatins-niachiiie.  in  which  Khort  and 
h«m  liorBH  or  aniu  ejirryinR  tlic  flntiiiK  balU  alternate  «ilb  each 
other.  aniMbuitially  um  herein  d«M-rilMMl. 

S.  A  citain  for  achaiii  flutinfr-machine.  in  which  |«ir»i  of  Ion:; 
aniui  or  horua  lUU-nmte  with  ainifio  ahort  iinim  or  boms  siil»*t.iii 
tiullv  iui  hvTvXn  dcsi:ribod  with  ruforoiicc  to  Fie   1  <>'  •'"   <lra«ini;- 


CitttM. —  A  pitc  ha\  ill);  one  or  more  of  it»  lower  niila  matle 
in  two  |>arta,  L  M.  iv>rre!<|Miiidinel\  iM'vcbxl  at  their  )Miinl  of  junc- 
tion to  tit  one  u|Mni  tin'  other,  and  one  of  tiiem  held  by  a  detach- 
able pin,  aH  ithown  and  dew-rilied. 

230,088.      BENCH    PLANE        William  T    Wiiiwkiobt.  Dry 
SawBill.  Pa       Pilod  Apr    18.1880       (Noaodil.) 


230,002.      08CILLATIK0   GEARING       Pii,  1  ■     W.tii,  a„  i 
Gioiei  H.  Ea«iiit,  Spriiitfi.U.  Okia       Fil.d  Nor    II    1«79 


Clnim. — 1.  The  eombiniition,  with  the  plane  .V,  of  the  liinirtMl 
b«r  (I,  lupi  I  and  m,  pinx  K,  t;liilMw  /,  and  acrcwM  N.  for  ailjiuttiiig 
the  phiiie  for  iK-veliiip.  .im  licrtMU  iiboivu  and  dewnU-d. 

'2.  The  «v>iiibina(iim.  with  the  plane  A,  of  the  rabl><'t-<Mllini: 
bhulc  r,  mrcw  tj,  jfajri'  ^t,  and  acrew  S.  aa  liereiu  ahowu  and  de- 
mrilxMl. 

230,080.      COIBINED  lARKINO  PEN  AND  BRUSH       Cliudi 
1.  Wallii,  Heapkii.  Alt       Piltd  Mtr    t4.  I  880       (Noaodd.) 


Clnim. — A*  an  impnivcd  artirle  of  inauufaeture,  the  ooiu- 
biiiod  marking  (mmi  and  bruah.  itnbatantially  aa  herein  ahown  and 
dcMcrilmtl,  oonaiatiug  of  the  tubular  handh:  A.  eoiiLaiiiini;  an  ink- 
rv«ervoir,  n,  IuIh-  I>.  brimh  It,  pro\  ul(<<l  with  chuttic  coxcrin;.'  C. 
Inia-  1),  |H-n-bohler  K.  ;ind  |Kn  K,  an  .•¥■1  forth 


Claimi. — 1.  The  double- fai!<id  <»«cillaUo  n,  b.n  iiij.'  il.«  biib  U.r.-.! 
oonically  flaring  both  ways  from  ita  ixmiUt  in  <-imibiiialioii  \Mth 
the  drivc-irear  abaft,  ft,  on  whi<'h  it  Ix-jwrx,  and  ihe  dm  ini;  fcarn 
ft  ft,  aubatantially  aa  act  forth. 

2.  The  double-faced  owillator  «.  liaMiii!  the  iloiil)|t  tlarnii; 
hole  thniuffh  it*  hub,  and  liaviiip  ilK  hub  end*  uImi  conicjiJ  and 
roctanguUr  to  the  conical  walU  of  tuiid  Inde.  imlwt.-iiilialh  !u<  wt 
forth. 

3.  Tlio  combination  of  the  double  fa<'e<l  oM-iliator  n.  picrcc«l 
in  the  line  of  ita  axin  with  a  double  flarini:  Ixtre,  of  which  t»w> 
dia^.'onally-opiMwite  aurfaecii  U-ar  Hiuiultancoiiiily  U|n>ii  \Iic  «lia(\. 
of  the  drivinR-eeant,  HubvtAiitiall'.  .■w  wt  forth 

4.  In  combination  with   the  ow  illntor  n  and  the  drne  i,i\;ir 
abaft  on  which  it  licara,  a  ricid  frame  in  which  wml  Mlnifl  i*  jour 
naled.  shttU'd   hangttr  y,  and  an  .inn  rii;idly  atf.-ulnxl  to  aaid  )fi-.;ir 
and  haviiii;  curved  projection  or  biMik  /'.  .iiid  no  bnn}.-or  pitot4'4l  Iu 
aaid  frame  a«  to  |iermit  a  horiwmul  and  prevent  a  virtual  ow^illa 
tion,  anlMtautially  aa  act  forth. 

5.  The  combination  of  the  doublc-fac<><l  i«<  ill.nlor  n.  bav  inv'  i 
two-way  'Htniiat.ly-flarin^  h<de  throu(rb  it*  biili.  and  conn-al  face..  <. 
with  the  duplex  drivinjr-gcAr  ft.  and  w  ith  the  l<Nmc  ndlan«  or  wauli 
erwr  iK'twoeii  the  oacillator  and  il»  aaid  dn\  inc-f.'Car.  auMantiall) 
ao  ib*erilM-<l. 


230,003.  BALE  TIE  Joiim  Wmiti  CluTtlnd.  Okio  tt 
•  IfBorloW  S  Tylor.  •!■«  plicd  Fi!«d  Jii»  U,  1 880  <N» 
■  odel.) 


230.000.     TIP    FOR    ELECTRIC   CONDCCTOBS       J     H « » 11  r  C 
Watti,  Baltiaoro.  Hd.      Filed  Mai  <«    1 880       iNoaodol) 


_I  4^ 


»• 


^ly- 


Clnim. — 1.  A  flexilde  electric  i-ondncfor  uniltnl  to  ita  tip  by 
aidder.  which  awurea  tojrethcr  the  terminal  aliell  and  ae|i:inUe  tip. 
aa  aet  forth. 

2.  The  com  bi  nation,  with  the  ahell  A,  of  the  L-K-k  H,  solder 
F,  and  flexible  OMHlnctor  C.  aulMttantiaily  aa  aet  forth 

230,001.     CHAIN  OF  CHAIN   FLUTING  IACHINB8      William 
Walkii.  Brooklyi.  tiiigior  to  Eall  8    Ltri,  Now  Tork.  N    T 
FiUd  Apr.  to.   1880.      (No  Bodol.) 
Claims — 1.   A  chain   for  a  chain   fluting  machine,  linvinK  tite 
honia  or  arma  of  the  link*  of  the  chain  which  carry  the  Iwlla  of 
different  leni;tlia,  aulML-vntially  a»  anil  for  the  purpoae  »|iocified. 


Claim. — 1.  A  boie-tie  conaiating  of  a  wire  or  nx\.  lieiit  at  tine 
end  NuliHtivntially  in  the  fonii  of  a  book,  n  n  a',  and  at  Uie  other 
bent  into  a  apiral  of  one,  two.  or  more  coiht.  ft,  and  a  hook,  ft',  xiib- 
atimtially  aa  and  for  the  purpaiM^  aliowii. 

2.  A  bale-tie  fastening  conaisting  of  book  a  a  n*.  or  ita  e<)ni  va- 
Icnt,  and  a  coil,  ft,  (of  one  or  mon;  layera.)  and  hook  ft*.  auliHtiui- 
tially  aa  and  for  the  pnqioae  alKiwn 


230,004.  ROLLBX  8IATB.  Samcil  Wiiilow  Woretitar, 
Mail  Filid  Jii.  10,  IIIC 
Clnim. — 1.  The  combination,  with  the  hanger  B,  |>m>  ideil 
with  the  cou|iling-eyc«  I)  I).  arnuig(«d  oblii|ncly,  of  the  roller 
frame  eom|>oiiod  of  a  liar.  I.  with  a  arrcw  hole  at  its  center,  and 
having  bent  end*  K  K.  a  bar.  M.  conncct4<<l  at  one  end  u>  aaid  bar 
I  and  provided  at  the  other  end  with  a  jHvot-piu  or  jonrnai,  < », 
which  flta  in  one  of  the  eyea  I),  and  a  screw.  P.  |>ai«Hini:  tbniuirb 
the  hole  in  the  Imw  1  and  through  the  other  tie  of  tbc  b.ini.'er.  tliiL< 


I  u 


OFFICIAL    GAZFTTF. 


JOLV 


M,   1880. 


fDriiiiiii;  i>iii'  iif  th«'  i>iv(>ta  itf  tliA  n)lliT-fr»iiif,  th«'  wtiolc  U-iiiii  i-mi 
Mtriii-Uxl  .'iml  ,irnviti;(xl  to  i>|t<<niU-  KulNttiintiallr  lu  dettcrilxKl. 

2.  Tlif  t'oiiiliiii.itiim,  with  tli«  Imnccr  liitviiu;  the  inrliii)i«l 
pliilc  K.  tt-riniiiatini;  in  t"yi»  I)  1),  of  ilii>  riill«T- frame  linvin);  llio 
)iur  M.  |)n>\itl<Hl  with  th«-  iiicliiuxl  fac<>  N  and  nhnuliitT  N',  |>iviit- 
|>iii  i>r  journal  ().  and  rw-twn  or  dcjircimion  M  ,  the  li»r  I,  ionii<'<t<'<l 
U>  «.'kid  iMtr  M,  aiitl  priividcd  with  a  rt-ntnil  hide  mid  tiriit  <muU  K  K, 
thi'  ndhr nhaft  iia[<|><>rtfd  by  lutid  Ix-iit  i>iidH,  Hnd  the  U-ir  M,  tho 
mnw  I*,  and  the  idiwtii'  (-uxhinn  y,  amiMs^cd  Im-Iwivii  Ihr  imliiuil 
]il;itr  K  and  tho  in<'lini-d  fiico  N,  nil  coiiKtruitciI  and  ;mt:iiiu'i-<I  to 
ii|><'r.it<'  HiilMt.anlinllv  -.m  dcwrilMHl. 

:{  TUf  roinliHiatiiin,  with  tho  lianifer  Ii.amm:;  tlio  inrlm<Hl 
pliito  K  .tnd  oven  1>  I),  iif  tho  Imn^Prfraiuo  Ikix  jiit;  the  in^  lined 
fjK-o  N,  jiiMit  O.  itnd  a  i«nit»l)lynii|>l><'rtJ«l  i^rfw  arnmircd  to  iulsm 
tliniiii;li  iiiir  of  tho  oyoM  l>,  and  tho  olnxtn  (.iiHljiiiii  1^,  iirnuipxl 
lH'twi'4'ii  tho  iiu'liniHl  fuce  N  and  jdato  K.  in  iKWitioii  to  U'  wjin- 
]inMwi'<l  liv  «ttid  -wn-w.  milxtuMtially  a»  diwriU  il. 

t.  Tho  o«iniliiiiutli>ii.  with  tho  Ininjior  .iml  ndlor  fniiiio  lonplod 
t<>jp"thcr,  of  an  intonnodiiifo  ohmtir  ouhIiihii  and  tlm  inoliiml  »iTCiw 
rini|iliiii;  pin  iir  pintle,  adapttnl  ti)  Hit  din'<tly  u|miii  llu'  onKhioii, 
milMtantialiv  :im  mI  forth. 


ntsir  tho  luiddlo  anil  tin?  iithor  at  nne  ond,  ai\j:M-«nt  U»  that  of  IIm- 
■ido  tnu'k  rail  B  ,  to  ofH'nit*^  an  nIiowh  and  diwi^nlxyl. 

2.  The  curvod  plate  /■*,  in  onnihination  with  the  rail  K',  chain 
/\  and  pivot  if   iiK  ;ind  for  tho  piir)Mi«ie  ti|ioc'iti»l. 

3.  Tho  iiioMihIo  KH  Itch  rails  I)  1>  ,  oonatrurtod  ait  dowrilK-*!, 
in  oiiiiiliinHtion  with  dhaft  (r,  oonnootins-nMU  h  J  k  f  ,  and  lev  em 
*  ,  /,  and  m.  «rranj.'od  und  o|ieratiii^  in  tho  inannor  xalMtautiully 
lut  dt»«nlio<l. 

4.  Tho  ii«it<lj  mil  l>and  tho  niovahio  juirt  K  of  the  main 
rail.  oiiiiksUmI  1.\  jmou-d  link  c/',  a8  and  for  tho  pur|MMH' wt  forth. 

'1  Tlio  ioinhiiiaiiiin,  with  tho  shaft  f,  foriniiit;  a  part  of  the 
swit<  Il  Mi(».  liaiiiHiii.  of  llio  Khaft  L,  I'onnwt*!*!  theruwith  hy  nxl  /» 
mid  (TuiikK  i<  "  tlio  hantcmi;  Imi.x  h  .  the  lever  7,  tho  itprinji-latrh  9', 
tho  tjo  .1  .  liaviiic  holo  r,  tho  plato  M.  haviiif;  hoh'  r",  and  the  hart, 
proridotl  with  pivoted  (lawl  \,  rounix^ted  with  the  end  of  rail  I), 
OK  and  for  tho  pnri«>w  i(|»Tifio<l. 


230,006       BLIND  FASTKHER    AND   SLAT  OPJRATOR. 

I    W(io.sTia    H»rv»rd    111       PiUd    P«b    M.lSgO. 


Wh. 


230,095.      RAILWAY    SWITCH        lARimn     Woon     Ahlc-ma, 
tiiigaor    to    hiBitir    tnd    Jolli    A     Hoitj^omery .    Ltwiihurf. 
W     Vt        Filed   Nav     29.   187'J 
Jiru-f' — The   iiKivahlo   rails  lonmut  of  tho  ondu  of  the  sidiiii:- 

tailn  and   a  pivo(<tl  w-otion  n(  one  of  the  main  tmok  niiln,  m f 

the   lirntiiaiiioil   ntiU   Uiii;;  o'litrallv    pivotinl   and   liiiki'il   to  iIm- 
|iivot4-d  main  tnu'k  noitioii.       Tho  raiU  and  lo<-kiii;;li<ilt  an-  «liinod 
frimi   the  train   In    rti^l;,^-   sha|H-d   ariini,  vvhioh   o|>crati'   laterally 
inoviii;:  lovorn  roniioolod  \'\  pxU  and  itaii|(  aniii*. 


^Hn       ^k\ 


k 


x> 


C'liiim 1.    Ill  a  liliiiii  >lat  o|K>nilor.  tlio  ooniliiiiatiim,  with  the 

frame  and  itlatw,  of  Ih.  nd-U'iit  oruiik  ro»l  N  ami  the  iitrip  K, 
hAvinK  i<to|w  M  I,  ax  ahovrn  and  domrilMid 

2.  The  o<miliiiiation.  nitli  tho  vi-rtiejil  strip  K  and  nwl  N,  of 
tho  holt  L  and  lever  M,  snlwtanlially  ax  nhovvii,  vvherehy  Ihehlim! 
H  is  lorko<l  or  nnlorkod,  .i.s  sot  forth 


230.097  Af.'TOiATir  RAILROAD  TRAIN  ARRKSTER  Joi. 
Woi>[i  A  I'  JA  ('.I  «ii!!i)Hior  of  out  h»lf  of  his  rf^ht  t» 
Axel  8iaDtl  VoKt,  ftmn  plaz-r  Filed  Jdoi>  2,  1880  (No 
aad*l.> 


)ULV    20,    1M80. 


U.  S.  PATKXT  OFFICE. 


«>f 


Claim.— \.  A  fmnphl*?  «nl»  <»r  c<>ck  or  valve  i»r  levor  ojwrat- 
inn  •  ^*'*»'  "MiiHilwl  with  a  hniko  iiijic  of  an  air,*t«Mn,  vacnuni, 
or  other  |m«uui«tit  or  |N.wer  brake  apparatoa,  mmI  amuijrwl  «'  «» 
to  pntjort  fhwi  the  train.  wlien>by,  in  omk  of  danger,  tli«  tul«e  will 
be  bn>k«n  or  the  eoi  k  or  valve  haudlc  or  the  opcratiiig-levcr  of 
valve  aliiflod  to  an  "|>en  jMniition  hy  an  arm  or  aniu  amuiRed 
along  tlic  mad  IxhI  of  the  tnwk,  nubsUiitially  ««  fwt  forth. 

1.  A  franifible  tube  ronncctod  by  a  branch  pi|>e  with  a  rae- 
nuin,  Moani,  or  coniprtww'd-air  iij»t«'m  of  brake*,  ami  arranRcU  no 
OH  U>  be  broken  in  cancn  of  daneer  by  an  arm  or  pn)joction  ar- 
raiiRwl  upon  the  roail-lie.!  of  the  track,  nulwUntially  a»  »v)ccifi«l. 

3.  A  franifible  tul)e  or  cock  or  valve  or  lever  u|icratiaK  a  valve 
wnnctcd  wiU.  the  bntke-pi|>e  of  a  vacuum,  rteaiu,  or  oompruwwl- 
air  iiyrtem  of  hriikos,  and  arranjrod  »o  an  Ui  pn.ject  from  the  train, 
whereby,  in  cane  of  daiiK'er,  the  tuU-  will  be  bn.ken  or  the  n»k  or 
valve  handle  or  tho  oiKratinn  l.vcr  of  valve  nhirted  to  an  oin-n  |m>- 
sition  bv  an  arm  or  arms  put  inU.  iKiwilion  by  lioing  c«nne<te<l  to 
a  sicnal.  nwiuh,  or  Uh  kiii^'-bolt.  or  worked  directly  from  a  siiu'nal 
(ul.iii  or  tower.  Hnljrtaiilially  lu*  net  forth. 

4.  The  brake  or  o|KratinK  pific  of  a  stCiUii,  air.  vacnniii.  or 
other  pneumatic  brake  apparatiu,  provided  with  a  valve  or  «»ik 
oomiiinnicAtinK  with  the  outer  atmniipber(%  in  combination  with  a 
levor  fin-  iiperating  it,  project i njf  from  the  train  and  adapted  t4)  l)c 
o|Hr!itiHl  bv  a  pivoted  utationary  ann  put  into  jvoaition  by  l)cin(( 
ooiine<tetl  to  a  gwitfh,  8i(inal,  or  hwking  b<dl,  or  worked  directly 
from  a  mifual  cabin  or  tower,  »nb«t*nlially  as  and  for  the  purjioM' 
ni't  forth  ____^^_^^_^^____^__ 

230.098       CRANK    fiN       Dakiil   A    W»oobd»t.  l»eheit«r. 
N    T       Filed  Apr    6.  I»«0       (lodil.) 


CUiim. — The  combin.ition  of  the  pin  A,  with  it»  chamber  n 
and  iMwuiiTw  b  b.  flange  H,  liolhiw  Ixdt  0,  and  cap  D.  all  oon- 
rtnicted  and  oiicrating  sulwtantially  a*  shown  and  doscribwl. 

230,099.  LUBRICATOR  FOR  SLIDES  FOE  STRAM  INOIKIS 
AN!)  OTHRR  MACHINBRT.  DiiL.  A  Woo»i»«i,  Rothnttr, 
N    T       Filed  Apr    b    1180       (Model.) 


('/•»«»,  — 1     TIk' ooinhin.'ition.  with   the  main,  md 
guanl   rails,  of  the  two  svriteh-railii  1)  D  .  the  one  Is 


f'irttiie. — Tho  oombinatimi  of  the  iruide  A  with  slide-block  B, 
amtainiiiK  tho  chamlwr  1).  with  it*  o|MMiinir«  n  a  and  b  6,  all  oon- 
•tnicted  and  o|ierating  MulMtaiitially  ax  dtw^ribed. 

230,100.     TRAVELING   HAT  PR888.     PiiTii  WiieHT,  Rotk 
Creek.  Wyo       Filed  Ity  14.  1871. 

Clnim.—l.  The  ndU  K  E  ,  endlcM.  liell  F.  and  belt  d\  ooin- 
bined  with  the  fe<«l  ndl  I>  </'.  r««<>ivini;  roll  (;  r,  (ruard  K*,  and 
rake  (",  as  and  for  the  purjxxto  set  forth. 

i  In  a  traveling  haypniw.  tho  omibination  of  a  jratherer. 
carrier.  fixJer,  holder,  ami  prvwK,  all  o|»'rHtinK  antomatioally  to 
tJike  tlie  bay  fh)tn  the  irnniiid  and  pnwt  it  in«4i  a  liale.  as  set  forth. 

.1.  In  a  travelini;  hay  pn'»«s.  the  combination  of  a  rake,  a  c«r- 
rier.  a  f««)«ler,  a  hold«T.  a  pn«s.  ami  a  binder,  all  ojwratintr  auto- 
iiiatically  to  (father,  i-onvey,  press,  and  bind  tlie  bale  thus  fonned, 
as  her«un  8peciti<'<l. 

4.  in  a  traveling  hay -press,  the  eonihination  of  a  rake,  car- 
rier, fewler,  holder,  press,  liinder,  and  nimviis  for  cjeotinjt  the  hal«, 
all  o|icratin)(  antinmitically  to  pUher,  rarry.  food,  hold,  preas,  bind, 
and  de|MMit  the  bole  formed,  siilMtaiitially  as  sot  forth. 

.').  Tlie  rake,  re<-oiver,  carrier,  and  fned-ndl,  rmubincd  witli 
the  gnani  K'.  the  rMiprvx-atiiip  feiMor.  and  the  liolder,  all  work- 
ing autoMiaticttlly  in  a  tmveliuj,'  hay  press,  aa  and  for  tho  parpaaes 
s|iociHc<l. 

0.  In  a  trnvclinjr  lmy-pn«sa.  tho  ro<-ipmentinK  antoinattcally- 
artinc  frame  H,  carrying.'  tar  H'.  com  billed  with  the  pivoted  fyauios 
H*  H',  having  abrupt  surfaces  H'  and  iiiriiued  scrfacos  H",  as  set 
forth. 

7.  In  a  tmvelinp  hay  press,  the  combination,  with  the  auto- 
matic rccipnicating  fw<der.  of  holders  I',  pivofa^l  at  %  in  the  stard- 
anls  I,  and  having  abrnpt  loirfioos  1  and  incliiic<l  surfaces  f*,  aa 
and  for  the  pnriKises  speciOefl 

S.  In  a  tmveliiif;  hay  pri'w.  the  i-iimhiii.Tlion  of  the  antomnl; 
cally-recipnsntinK  fiv<ler  IP  H'  H'  H'  with  the  n»ko  ('  ,  mi'lvinc 


roll  C  c,  carrier  K,  fe«'<l-n)ll  1),  ^juunl  K",  and  thanilicT  /  J.  «»niid 
for  the  piir|Mis('  st-t  forth. 

II.  The  eoiiibinatioh  of  the  rake  V.  rwvivcr  ('  r.  o-irnor  F, 
fowl-ndl  I),  fotylor  H.  holder  1  1  T,  and  (fuan!  K',  all  o|M'ratiiig 
automatically,  as  and  for  the  pnr|Misos  set  forth. 

10.  Tlic  fwxier  H'  H'  H'  H'  and  holder  I  .  c<mibine»l  with 
the  reeiprocatiufc  pmnsarp-fraine  L  L'  /.  sulisLantiullv  as  and  lor 
the  par]Hwe  herein  shown  and  do»<-ril)od. 

11.  In  a  traveling  hay-pr«M.  the  <-ombinatioii  of  the  rvx  ipn>- 
CAting  pressure- frame  L  L'  I  and  the  ealchiw  N'  N  ,  sulwtantially 
OS  and  for  tho  pnr|Mi«e  herein  iliowii  and  described. 

12.  In  a  traveling  hay-press,  tho  combination  of  the  jiresa- 
nre-lsix.  provided  with  Uie  slots  M  M  and  lateral  rK'ossos  m,  ami 
the  arms  L'.  provided  with  boarini;  plates  L',  snlwtanUslly  as  and 
for  the  pnqsise  herein  shown  and  doMcrilKHl. 

i:i.  The  arm  L'.  haviii;;  arm  l  and  Ilia  P.  eoinbinoti  with  the 
shwe  I',  having  slot  ^'.  iutting-<-di;i'  //'.  snd  the  disk  l"  J>',  as  and 
for  the  pnqMMu-  set  forth 

14.  The  coiuliwuttion  of  tho  lnrline«1  slot  fi'.  hav  Ini;  oyr  fi  niid 
<Mittiiig-e<lge  /»',  vvitii  tho  In;;  f  on  the  arm  I,',  as  ami  for  the  jmr- 
jswe  set  forth. 

1.5.  The  clutch  «  and  presser-frame.  with  their  automatic  0011- 
uootioiis  K  U  K'-  r.  in  com  hi  nut  ion  vv  itli  the  irear  o.  «han  ()  .  geum 
<)'  1",  spring  ()'.  and  uiovable  slollwl  disk  1",  as  set  forth 

16.  The  hiiigisl  d(H.rs  T  r.  Ixir  T".  T",  and  T*.  prt««r  fnuno 
L  I/,  arms  tr,  and  Insiks  N",  eombiiied  with  eoniiM'tod  sliding 
rtMls,  us  sot  forth 

230,101.     HAT  FELTING    lACHINK       GibtGK  T  i:  LI.  Newark. 
N    J       Filed  Isr    tt    1880       (Ht  Bodcl  ) 


Claim. —  1.  The  i^tmbination,  in  a  felling-machine,  of  a  roller 
or  drum  iiiouiiti<d  U|s)n  a  shaft  in  tixevl  iMvriuKit,  and  having  lioth 
rotary  and  i»«-ilUliiig  motions  im|Ntrted  to  it  bv  suitable  m«han- 
iriii.  with  a  sUtionary  IhkI,  sutistaiitially  as  and  for  the  pur]s»c 
sot  forth 


1 20 


OFFICIAL    GAZFTTE. 


July    13,    1880. 


1.  Tin-  (<»inbmiUi<»n  of  ■  liot-wntcr  Uuk  witli  a  curreO  k>6d, 
nulwuntiiilly  m  lioniii  dcacriUxl,  uid  a  feUiiiK-apron  tjirried  by 
rolJcra  iii..iiiiU<l  in  fixed  b«iriii({»  ««<1  rocipriK-atod  aiul  Iruvem-.! 
li\  .1  noiii|><iiiii<l  motion  iinpartMl  to  one  or  botb  of  tlie  lolkm,  i<ul» 
Hliiiitiuliy  ^M  iKTciii  M-t  forth. 

3.  Tlif  <  •.Miltiii  tion,  ill  a  hal-folting  iiiiu-liiiio,  of  an  ai>n>ii,  K, 
«itli  rollcrx  1)  I)  .  iiioiiiit.,-«l  in  tl\<-<l  Ixviriiiipt  U|m.ii  a  liot-wuttr 
t;iiik,  A,  lari-Miic    i   •nivitl   Im-i1.    C.   a  (Iriviiiu-Kliafl,   n.   |>aiwinu' 

ttOM^I^  Ihronitl •  of  till-  rollorn,  a  worm,  r.  and  v»orni-«  liofl  W. 

for  <nwnaiiit;  llic  ollur  roller,  mid  miitabk-  uiwIiiMiimii  for  iiiiprtrl- 
inu  i\  roLirv  aiul  rf«i|ir<KiUini;  motion  u>  the  worm  frtiin  tho  driv- 
III;.' xh.ift  ",  •lulwtaiitiiilh  .\*  lii-rciii  Kho\«  u  and  il<wriU'<l. 

1.  IIh'  kiiolx  k.  apiiliftl  t^i  thf  Hurfaro  of  a  fi-iliii);  driini, 
a|iriiii,  iir  U-d,  for  tho  (luqMiM'  net  forth. 

.').  The  iiirliiKHl  and  J!i|r«>t;  rilut  x  : ,  a|i|ili(.Hl  t^i  the  surftu'ii  i>f 
a  r<'lliiii;  a|iroii  or  lutl,  for  tlio  puriMwv  iiet  fortli. 

U.  Tho  i;nHiviw  r  and  ,y,  »rraii|{iHl  in  a  diii(;onal  and  xi^png 
iiiiinnor  in  tho  mirfno'  of  a  rnnod  b«I. 

7.  An  a|ir<in  jirovidcd  with  the  knolw  i  or  iiuiiiioil  or  rAg/Me 
rila  :/,  and  o|H'rHtcd  in  coin  hi  nation  with  u  curvtHl  Ixsl  havjni; 
iiH'lincd  or  /.igxot;  i^hmix  t»  r  jr,  for  the  ()ur|MMv  'tliowii  and  doAcribiid. 

230.102.      APPAKATnS   ?0R    THK   lANnPACTDRE   OP    ICE. 
Aiiii<ri    ZiLKia.  Asitti.  Tti       Piltd  Nu?.   13.  u:9 


j  of  the  fniine  of   the   iiwtruim-nt,   the  iiuiiniet  iilwivo   which  wiid 
I  frunic  extriulH,  the  mallet  pi votwl  Ui  wiid  fmiiio.  the  tiilmkr  han 
!  die  exKiiidtHl  licnoatli  the  said  maillot,  and  tbc  liiigitr-^uunl  at  tho 
]  tiiun-  »idc  of  the  iiiMtrumint  u«  the  «itd  huiidle. 
I  7    TIm'  itiniliiiiation,  Hulntjintiully  an  hfixiiiilicfiim  mrt  forth, 

I  of  the  tubnlar  handle  of  tlio  iimtnniioiit,  ojwii  at  h«»th  eiidn,  the 
t4M>l  rutikininn;  device  hnviiiK  a  Im^voIihI  side  or  |M>rti<>ii,  and  the 
tool  hrtv'injf  one  Hhoalder  to  dotenniiio  the  extent  of  itv  imwrlioii 
I  ill  tiie  handle,  and  another  shoulder  wliieh  rctaiiu  it  in  mid  han- 
dle under  onlinary  cimuiiHtaiuMW,  bat  pcniiita  it  to  he  withdrawn 
with  It  dlikfht  effort,  owinc  t^i  th«  U'velwl  retaining  device. 

S.  Tlie  (^omhtnatioii,  Huhtitantiallr  an  hereinl>cfore  »et  ft>rth, 
of  the  tubular  handle,  the  luallet,  and  tlie  t(M>l-retainin|;  device 
.tifjugtable  fruin  and  toward  tho  mallet. 


9,288.  TIKPBR  SCREW  POR  OIL  WILLS.  KoiT  B  ■iaii. 
01!  Cltf  Pt  PtUd  imt  3,  1880  Orlglitl  Vo  t$,4ll.  iat*4 
D*e    i(     1808  \ 


i'lttim. — The  removable  nivtillie  h1io<<Ih  K  (r.  in  coin  hi  nation 
with  the  Ktittiuiiary  ^lieebi  A,  ouUituiitially  :vt  and  fur  the  pariMme 
demrilied. 


RtlSSUh.S. 

0,287!     ILICTRO  lAQNITIC   DBNTAL   PLDGOKR       Williim 
e     A     BoiwuL.    PklU4«lpkla.    Pa  .   tiiigior    to   Jaao    W 
Whiti.    J     CUrtict    Whita.    aad    H.    I.    Lawla,   Traitaaa    a! 
Baaaal    S    Wklu    dteaaaail       Pllad  Jtit   S,  1(10.     Origlikl 
No    170, 04i    dattd    Nor     1«.   187S. 


f'Unai. — 1.    .V*  an  article  of  iiianufai-turc.  •  franin  for  a  toin 
[H>r  *rcw  a|i|HiratuN   iumn]   hi   iMiriiiji  oil  or  other  deep  welU,  con- 
Kinlint;  of  a  he;wl,  reiim,  and  bifunuitod  nut  foniied  of  one  picc«  of 
metal.  Niilmtjiiitially  .m  and  for  thi-  pur|M)Mw  net  forth. 

2.  Ill  a  t4'iiii>er  hch'w  ap|>arHiiiH  for  fxiriii);  oil  or  other  deep 
wells.  .1  fniiiic  (^iiismliiij;  of  a  heu<l,  reins,  ami  bifurcHtetl  nut 
foriiiwl  of  one  |ii(-<'<'  iif  metal,  and  a  clam|i  for  chmiiii;  iiaid  nut  to- 
ifether,  AulMtaiitially  ;u»  and  for  tho  purpuMW  net  forth. 

3.  In  a  tom|XT-H<  row  ap|mratiu  for  boriuj^  oil  or  other  di.fp 
wells,  a  frame  loiwistiiiu  of  a  liciul,  reins,  and  hifiiivatml  nut,  and 
a  clamp  o|M'ratiiiK  t"  '  I""*'  'l>e  said  nut,  sulmtantiully  an  itet  forth. 

0,289.      PRICTION    DRDI.      JoiiPi   S.  Muidt.  Nawirk.  N.  J 
Piiaii   Apr     IS.   1880        Urigiaal    No.   1»8.*(7,   4attd   Jai.   II. 
1875 
lint/. — The  drum  is  for  pile-drivers,  lioistiuK-nuMhiueH,  &c. 

Tho  inner  hiiIo  of  the  i;e4ir-wli(H>l  is  pro\  idi»<l  with  a  wtHxIeii    frie- 

tioftal  Mirfaee   i'uno-sha|M><l,  lulaptcMl  tji  lit  the  rom«iwx1  end  .>f  the 

drum. 


I'linm. — 1.  The  eombiifation,  auljHtaiitinlly  iw  li«reinh«ifor« 
M-t  forth,  of  tlie  iiiaKiiet.  the  armature  or  mallet,  tho  fingor-pioi» 
lorwanl  of  the  m;t<niet  to  chine  the  circuit,  and  the  autoinatir  oir- 
cnit-bruaker  luouuted  u|>on  the  iiiiitrunicut  and  aetuateil  by  the 
mallet 

2.  T1h»  ciniiibiiintion,  nulwtjintially  .as  liereiiibeforc  wt  forth, 
of  the  tubular  handle  of  tin'  instrument,  tlu;  uiai;iiet  moaut««l 
tlien«>ii,  the  armnliin-  or  mallet,  the  iinpor-piet*  ti>  close  the  cir- 
cuit, and  a  sprini;  to  automat icaliy  o|>en  tho  circuit  whou  tbc  (HtMi- 
ure  of  the  flniier  ia  reniovi-d. 

:l.  Tho  couibiiiatiuii,  anlMlantialty  a»  hereiiiltefore  set  fortli, 
of  the  mainiet,  the  luallct,  the  autiiniiUii;  cin-uil-br»»ker,  the  »{n-ii«K 
:u-tini;  u|Hin  said  circuit- breaker,  ami  a  ae\iix  fur  vary  in;;  tlu; 
fori-c  or  tension  of  said  spring  to  increaae  or  diminish  the  rapidity 
of  nniiil  of  the  said  cireuit-breaker. 

4.  The  conibiiiation.  sulMtaiitially  ■ah  liereiiilMifiH-e  set  forth, 
of  the  iiia^iiei  liaviut;  eoils  with  tlatteiie<l  sides  titt^Hl  cI<m«  to- 
lOtiwr.  the  tubular  liandle  f<ir  the  o|K.'ratinK-t<Md  exteiidtxl  tM-neatli 
■laid  ctiils,  and  tito  vibnUiui;  mallet  to  impart  a  aeriw  of  bhiws  in 
rapid  M)c<l^■Hion  to  the  tool. 

.'>.  The  eonibinatiiHi,  snimtantially  as  hereinbefore  art  fortli, 
i>f  the  niatni«'t  having  coils  with  flattened  si<lni  flttetl  chsie  t<>- 
irether,  the  tubular  baiulle  exteiidotl  U-neath  said  «-<.ils.  and  <t  tin- 
^vr-Kuanl  H|smi  the  same  side  of  tho  iiiai^iiot  lu  the  said  handle. 

tt.   Ybc  comhinatlo,i,  siilMtantiallv   as  herein Is-fore  act  fortli. 


Claim.  —  1.  A  frictiini-dniui,  in  combination  with  a  friction- 
surfai-e  made  of  pio»-es  of  w<hh1  eoniiiml  endwise  in  aaholl  foniusl 
uu  tho  inner  side  of  the  i^^ar-whcel,  sulMtantially  aa  s|HW'itie<l. 

2.   .V  friction  drum,  in  c^niibiimtioii  with  a  friction  -  surface 

^  niitde  of  iiiotxw  of  wimmI  confined  oiidw  ise  in  a  shell  furnie<l  on  the 

inner  side  of  tho  (rear  whet'l,  such  pie<»-«  of  wishI  liein^  duvetailetl 

in  and  turned  at  an  allele  of  thirty  to  forty  defrrvos  to  fit  the  iniMT 

I  cone,  safwtantiiilly  as  s|Weiiiud. 

'^.  The  coinbinatioii.  with  a  tubular  and  sliding  drum,  of  an 
outer  <:oiie  liaviii){  itai  friction -snrfiioe  coiii|sii«eil  of  pto««  of  winnI 
oontinotl  endwwo  in  a  shell  formal  on   the  inner  side  of  the  pnar 
wheel,  such    pioccH  of  wins]    Ih^iiii;  do\eluilod   in  and  turned  to  lit 
the  inner  ooue,  sulwtanliully  aa  s|H«'llied. 

4.  The  rombinaKoii  of  a  tubular  and  slidini;  drum,  .V,  l<M«e 
on  a  shaft,  (i,  and  a  friction  cnno,  l>,  of  the  fast-driven  spur-whe«"l 
K,  havinj;  spriiii;  I'  Ui  rciwl  the  said  <one,  and  provid«tl  with  a 
''ide  Ihinirc  ^nptMirtiii::  llic  '  one  N.  .is  ami  for  the  |mr|MHK  doacribed. 

i  9,290       NACHIME    POR   VAKINQ    lETAL    SCREWS       CitliTO- 
'         puaa  II    Spaacia    Hartford    Coaa  .  aiilgaor   to  tk«  Hartford 

■  achiaa   Scr«w    Coapaij,  laa*   placa.      PUad  Apr.  14.   1810. 

OriKlaal  No    143  308   dated  Sipt.  30,  187) ,  Riiaaia  No   S.83I, 

dated  Apr  14.  1874 
t'latWL. — I  In  a  iiiacliine  to  aatoiuatically  fonn  acrewi  frtmi 
{  a  nxl.  the  combination  of  the  sliding  earria^,,  the  rotating  t(M>l- 
carr\  intf  turret  tlioriim,  its  thruauiing-to«>l  t«i  ent  a  thmul  on  the 
)  n>d  itiid  then  withdraw  frtnn  the  |Nirt  of  th<'  rod  so  thruadctl,  uioch- 
,  anism  to  ifrasp  ami  n>tat4'  the  nid,  the  rattiiif;-<iff  tiMtl  to  se{iAnit<> 
I  the  threaili'<l  mtcw  from  the  end  of  the  nsl,  ml  daacrihml,  afh-r  Uio 
'  n-iiioval  of  the   llircsuliiiif  tind,  and  iiienns  to  om^rate  the  cutting- 


JoLY   ij,   i88o. 


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off  tool  at  tke  proper  time,  all  snbntantially  as  mci.  forth. 

i.  In  a  ■woliine  to  fonn  a  screw  at  the  end  of  a  rod,  tbc  ro- 
tating and  horiaiMtal  It -UIO  rin^  slotted  friction-feed  device  and  the 
rutatinf^  hollow  ahafl  and  chuck,  combined  with  the  aleere  located 
between  the  frtotion-feed  device  and  the  aaid  hollow  abaft,  to  op- 
emtt!  th«  jawaof  thecback  to  hold  the  rod  while  the  fHctioa-feed 
device  is  bein)^  drawn  backward,  sahatanttallv  an  deeorihed. 

.S.  The  fHctioo-feed  dovic*  «i,  alottcd  a*  deecribed,  tho  hollow 
shaft  and  attached  chnck,  and  the  interpoaod  conical-ended  sleeve 
r,  combined  witli  means,  snlMtantially  as  deecribed,  to  move  the 
sleeve  ba(;kward  and  reieaae  the  jaws  of  the  chock  fWnn  the  nnl, 
and  to  nm\«  forward  tlie  said  frictioD-fced  de^ioe  to  pn^iee,t  tho 
end  of  the  rod  beynod  the  end  of  the  chack  far  cnoui^h  to  insare 
|>roper  length  of  rod  for  the  screw  it  is  desired  to  make. 

4.  In  coniibinat.inn,  the  mvolvinf  chnck  g,  providrsl  with  jawa  ; 
g' .  the  friotion-llBed  derice  d,  to  (rraap  the  rod  and  the  sleeve/',  the  ; 
cam  e,  or  its  equivalent,  to  recnprocate  the  tnbe  i  intennittin^ly  | 
to  feed  the  rod  forward,  and  the  cam  /,  or  its  equivalent,  to  recip 
n>cat4^  the  sleeve  /*  to  close  the  jaws  while  the  n)d  is  bcinp;  n»- 
tatevl  and  tlie  tolie  d  drawn  hack,  ami  to  peniiit  the  jawt  to  be  { 
o|)eno<l  as  the  till*  is  moved  forward  to  feed  the  n»d  forward,  all  j 
substantially  as  described. 

5.  In  a  machine  to  satoinatically  form  screws  at  tbc  end  of  a 
rod,  the  rotating  fh<^on-fend  device  or  tnN^  the  rotating  ehnck 
and  its  jaws,  tlic  interposed  niovable  sleeve  to  close  the  said  jaws 
upon  the  n>d  or  permit  tbeiu  to  reieaae  the  rod,' combined  with 
the  rotating  turret  provided  with  a  turning -down  and  a  thread- 
ing tiM>l,  the  rociproc«ting  carriage  upon  which  the  said  turret  is 
iiioanted,  and  the  cutting -off  tool  to  ent  the  screw  fh>m  the  rod 
after  the  withdrawal  of  the  threading- tool  tberefnMU,  and  means 
to  operate  the  said  devices  at  the  times  herein  stated,  subatantially 
aa  denerilMMl. 

H.  Tlie  combination  of  tho  rotating  tool -bearing  turret  *', 
carriage  A,  and  cam  h'  with  the  cutting-off  tool  (,  tool-stock  f, 
and  cam  f,  all  o|ierating  aotninatically,  and  all  cnnstmcted,  ar- 
ranged, and  designed  for  operation  and  use  sabatantially  as  shown 
and  dc8cril>od. 

7.  In  a  scrow-cntting  tnachine,  tlie  chuck  to  rotate  tlic  rod, 
combined  with  tlie  screw  threading  tool  and  iU  spindle,  and  witli 
mechanism  adapted  to  rotate  the  said  spindle  in  the  direction  of 
rotation  of  the  rod,  hot  at  a  faster  speed,  to  run  tbc  thread) ng-t<M>l 
fnnn  tlie  screw  formed  at  Uie  end  of  the  roA  while  held  by  the 
chock,  sobstantially  as  described. 

8.  Tho  combination  of  the  turret  A',  shaft  o,  fHctioo-roll  «  , 
the  fHction-roll  r*,  the  lover  *',  and  the  earn  «,  or  iU  equivalent, 
the  whole  constructed,  arranged,  and  designed  for  operation  and 
use  snbatantially  as  set  forth. 

0,201.    LOaTDimiR.    JoHi  ToEiiiT.  Iiakagsi,  lia.    Flla* 
Apr    i.  11(0       Orislial  No    141  T(t.  datod  Aig    11,  KTI. 


S.  Tbs  ooinbiilatioii,  in  an  apparatns  for  moving  loga  to  the 
flarria^  of  a  aaw-mill,  of  the  incJiited  way*  H,  stop  A,  pivoted 
wdge  shaped  bead  A,  shaft  K,  provided  with  guides  or  wars,  and 
elevaliBg  and  lowering  iiiecbaiiism.  substantially  a*  described. 

S.  In  oombinatioa,  tlic  ways  H,  itt«ip  A,  and  the  tootlied  wedge- 
shaped  head  A,  pivoted  to  an  elevating  device,  subetaatiaJly  aa 
sbowo  ai>d  described. 


0,202.      RAILWAY   Til    AND    FASTRNINe        Eiikt    Riiii, 

Bsltiasra,  Id.,  saitgior  of  sat  foirtk  iitartat  to  Tkonai  L. 

Saaaa,  tsa*  pltea.    Fllad  Nov    7.  1  871.     OriKiial  No   114, 1  It, 

iatad  Apr  I,  1171 
Brirf. — Lips  are  thniwn  np  fnnn  the  web  of  tlie  tie  to  hold 
the  base  of  tlie  rail  on  one  side.  On  the  other.  Iliniugh  slots  in 
the  tie,  cl»m|i8  are  passed,  which  engage  the  tie  in  the  slots  foniiod 
by  pii>ching  np  the  lijis  and  tlie  rail  over  its  base.  A  liar  and 
spring  prevent  displacement  of  the  clainim. 


Claim. — 1.  A  metallic  railway-tie  provided  witli  fixed  over- 
hanging laga  C  (\  in  combination  with  clamiis  I)  D.  between 
which  and  said  lugs  tlie  rails  will  be  embraced,  and  by  w-liich  itn-y 
will  be  confined  down  to  the  tie,  with  means  fbr  preventing  tJie 
movement  of  said  clamiis  sway  from  the  rails,  and  with  springs 
S  8,  arranged  to  eiert  their  pressure  against  said  clamp*  to  force 
them  toward  the  said  lugs,  and  tben>by  takv  up  loodenoaa.  sabatui- 
tially  as  set  fortli. 

2.  A  metallic  railway-tie  provided  with  fixed  overhanging 
lugs  C  C  and  shoulders  4  d,  in  cionibinstion  with  clamps  Ti  1>,  hav- 
ing shoaldert  r  to  engage  said  shoulders  d  on  the  tie,  and  with 
s]n-ings  H  S,  arranged  to  exert  their  pressure  against  said  clamiia, 
and  tending  to  f«rr-o  the  shoulders  d  r  apart,  siihutantially  as  and 
for  the  puqmMjs  S(>t  forth, 

3.  A  metallic  railway-tie  provided  with  fixed  overhanging 
lugs  VC  and  opposit^^ly- facing  shooldeni^;,  in  combination  with 
<'lain|M  1>  1).  between  which  and  the  said  lugs  the  rails  will  be 
embraced,  with  means  for  preventing  the  rattvement  of  said  cbunfis 
away  from  the  rails,  and  with  springs  S  R,  abuttiag  against 
shoulders  on  the  tie  and  exerting  tlieir  pressure  on  the  claiups  to 
force  the  latter  toward  the  lugs  C.  and  being  formed  with  oppo- 
sitely-fiacing  shoulders  //,  engaging  tbc  aboalders  g  f  on  the  tie, 
snbstantially  aa  set  forth. 

4.  A  metallic  railway-tie  prorided  wUb  fixed  overhanflng 
logs  C  C,  in  combination  with  clamps  I)  D,  arranged  in  pairs, 
bridge-bars  K  K,  bearing  npun  the  clamps  at  their  ends,  and 
springs  H  8,  arranged  to  press  against  the  c«Dtera  of  the  bridge- 
bars,  substantially  at  set  forth. 

5.  Tlie  combination,  with  the  metallic  tie  A,  having  lags 
C  C  aad  formed  witli  shits  beneath  the  raiU,  of  the  clamps  D  1), 
each  fonned  with  an  apwardly-projecting  spar,  e,  sdapted  to  enter 
one  of  the  said  slots  an4  to  bear  directly  against  the  side  tbtseof, 
substantially  aa  and  for  the  |>nrpoM<s  set  forth. 

6.  Tbe  ooKibination^wit!:  the  metallic  tie  A.  having  lags  C  C, 
and  with  th«»prin|t»  R  A.  of  tbe  clamps  T>  D.  each  funned  with 
ao  upwardly-projecting  spur,  «,  and  with  an  overhanging  shoulder, 
b,  sobstantiallv  as  sot  forth. 


0,203.     HOLLOW   AUeSR.      eis    N    Stiiiii,  Syrscsaa.  N.  T. 

Pllad    lay   11,  1171       OrlglisI    No    101.014.  datad   Isr    I, 

1178 


Claim. — 1.  An  apparatus  for  moving  logs  to  tho  carriage  of 
a  saw-atiill,  oonsiftiag  of  wsys  provided  with  a  stop  over  which 
the  bigs  may  be  rolled,  and  of  a  wedge-shaped  head  or  oar  pro- 
vide«l  with  mechanism  whereby  it  may  be  raised  or  lowered  and 
fitted  t4i  operate  in  relation  to  the  ways  and  sto|i.  substantially  as 
described. 


T37 r::^- 


Claim. — 1.  \  boUow  auger  having  the  entter  adjostabty  se- 
cured to  a  plain-ftK<ed  projection  of  tbe  cutter-head  by  a  ciip  aj>- 
pli(vl  arruas  the  cutter  and  holding  the  same  in  a  rorMMxl  seat  on 
the  under  side  nf  said  cap,  and  secured  in  position  by  a  pivotal 
screw  at  <me  side  of  tlie  cutter  and  a  clamp-screw  |iasaing  through 
an  eUmgated  tirifice  in  the  cap  at  the  op|Mwite  side  wf  the  cattef, 
'  sobstKntially  as  specified  and  sliown. 

2.   In  <-oinbiiution  with  an  exi<ansible  stock,  the  wodce-shaped 
I  strap   -M.  attached  at   iU  thinnest  end  to   one  of  the  jaws,  and 


I  22 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTF 


L'lY     1 


1880. 


.•laiii|>«Ml  nt  iu  thi<:kii.t  ond  to  tli«  ..tlior  j«w  by  •  holt  iiwwinf; 
tlinmtfli  «  nlot  III  tlie  (trap,  rmli«Uiiti»lly  M  (Iwrituxl.  fur  the  |mr 
laiw^  m-t  fortli. 

;l.  Tlic  loiiihiimtion.  with  tlio  jawi  A  and  H.  of  tlio  wedjfp 
nliAIMsl  utrajw  M  M,  B|i|>lio<l  Ui  <)(.|i<wiU-  »i<l<n  tliorwif.  aHnrliwI  lif 
llioir  thill  end  t<>  the  juw  A,  ami  pn.vidttl  at  their  thick  frw  end 
with  »  curvo.1  »h)t,  and  a  claniinHi.'  Ixdt  extended  thnmirh  the  ja« 
n  and  throui(h  the  two  <l«iii|vhar».  and  iinividiHl  at  one  end  with 
.1  hejul  and  at  tlie  ..p|Mwit*!  end  with  a  cUiiilKniit,  X,  Bubiitantiall> 
,11.  ■Uwrilx-'l  Aiid  rthowu.  fur  the  nur|xwc  M't  forth 

9,294        WIRE    CDTTING    lACHlNE        JoH  »  Adt  .  N-w  H»  v«a 
CoBO       riled  Mijr  1.  1810       Onglitl  N«    iO&.OI7.  dattd  J  ia« 


9,295. 


Claim. — 1  Tlie  interlappini;  frictiini  nilU  or  nillen  1)  I>', 
ohm;  H,  arms  It  .  and  uprinff*  (\  all  arnui|^  to  operate  in  the 
manner  aa  ami  for  the  pur]M>H<>  xuliatMitiallv  detM-ribed. 

2.  The  int^Tlappiiii;  frictioii-rotleri  I>  D',  bavin|(  two  |M>int8 
of  heiHriii);  for  the  uxle  ii|m>ii  one  ruiler  and  one  point  of  iMwriii); 
U|M)n  the  oth'T.  or  the  ivjuivalent  of  the  Hume,  th«  ohj«M't  iMMni;  to 
thniw  an  e«]ual  lieariiitf  "ixni  the  joaniaU  of  the  friotionndlcrp, 
tnlMtaiitiiillt  iu<  ^iM<l  fur  the  par)><ii«e  »|i»rilio<l. 

,\  The  U>\  liiivjiii;  the  ariiix  K  iKX'nrf<I  ti>  the  car  hi  IniIIk 
ritfiilli  atta<  lie«l  to  the  Kill  A  and  immiiii;  lonai'ly  llinmirh  mikI 
ariiiK  and  the  inter)Nimxl  Hprini;  or  aprinfra.  (-onatrnctitl  and  ur- 
rani^ml  (ulMtAntialli  as  and  for  the  puqKWt'  act  forth. 


<'l<iim.  —  1.  Ill  a  win>-iultin;j  machine.  t\<^  i-onihinntion,  anlv 
>liinti:illi  :ii«  ihiKrilKHl,  of  the  folloniiiK  eUMiiont*,  viz:  a  rei-eiier 
)irii\  hied  with  it  irriMive  into  whuh  the  wire  in  run,  a  cnttiiiif  device 
to  int  off  the  wire  to  a  predeleriii  i  nwl  lenrtb.  niuchaniaiii  lo  oi>er- 
Mr  the  iiittiii:;  do  Ire.  and  a  itage  in  iiaid  ijroove,  at^innt  whi<h 
tin-  ineoiiiiii;;  wire  will  fttrike  and  move  it  to  autoiiiati<-Hlly  eii- 
LMiie  the  sjiiil  euttinjr  device  with  iC«  o|K'rativc  nieciiaiiiinii  to  cut 
off  the  nyjiiiri'd  liMicth. 

2.  In  a  wire  <'iittinf{  machine,  the  cuiiihinatinn,  iab*t«iitiallr 
UK  de«icrihevl.  of  the  folhiwiiiK  aleiiienta,  vi»  :  a  rweivor  pnivided 
with  a  ifroove  into  which  the  wire  ia  run,  a  cattinx  device  Ui  cut 
off  the  wire  to  a  pr«deteniiined  lenftth.  iiKX'haniaui  to  ojirrate  the 
t  uttiiiK  device,  and  a  gtign  id  aaid  ^niove,  aftaiiiat  which  the  in- 
coiiijne  wire  will  ntrike  and  more  it  t<i  aahHiiatically  eiit;a(.'e  the 
«rtid  ratting  device  with  it*  operatire  nicchaciani  to  cnt  off  the  r«'- 
i|iiired  length,  with  luertuuuaiii,  «ah«t«ntially  iiuch  mt  detM-riU'd, 
lo  dinemtaK**  'he  [xiwcr  when  the  Hiid  (frimve  i«  ojieii  to  n><ei\e  a 
new  run  of  the  wire  t<i  be  cnt. 

.3.  Ill  a  wir«-<nttin({  iiiaihine,  the  coiiiliiiiaii.m,  »iil*tiiiili.ill> 
.IK  doHcrilwd.  of  the  following;  elenieiitx,  vi/:  a  n'ceivir  providi-<l 
w  ilh  a  i{r<aiv  I'  iiitoHliirh  the  win-  ih  mil,  a  iiittiiiK  di'v  ice  to  cut 
off  the  wire  to  a  predeteriiiined  length,  iiun'liaiilxiii  U>  o|KM-:ite  the 
•  ultiilit  device,  and  a  iciijte  in  Uivid  ifroove,  airuiiiat  wliich  tlie  111- 
I  oiiiiii^  nire  will  ttrike  and  move  it  to  automatically  entrHire  the 
«iid  I'littink  device  with  ita  n|)erative  mecliaiiMiii  to  cut  off  the  re- 
i|iim'il  lenifth,  and  a  cover  to  <'h>iie  Raid  (frtiove  while  re<^'iviii)!  the 
wire  and  ojhmi  «»iil  ichnivc  to  deliver  the  luiiicth  cut. 

4.  The  comliiiiatioii  of  the  lonj{itndinally -ftr<Mivod  n>«-ei>er 
havinu  an  Intermittent  nitiiry  movement,  a  atMtionary  cuttinu-die 
throut;li  whiili  the  wire  |>n«mw  to  the  «ud  (fnxive.  a  feed  to  inlro- 
dni'e  the  wire  to  the  mill  (jriMivc,  and  a  lUAeliaiiiaiii,  nuhataiitially 
jtiich  an  d»»<ril»e<l,  lo  cunnixt  and  diat-onncH't  the  power  from  the 
rcieiver  lo  pHMlure  the  nivid  iiiterinltt4int  nioveiiient  of  the  rec-eiver, 
the  Mild  n'ceiMT  in  kiicIi  moveuient  acting,  in  connection  nitli 
iLiid  «tiitioiiary  ilic,  to  cut  off  the  wire  and  then  to  deliver  the  cut 
|ii<'<'<'  fnMii  the  iiuw'hine,  Nulwtiintially  aa  iloHTihed. 

.'i.  The  coiiiliiiiation  of  the  loniritndinally-)(nMivp<l  receiver 
havinft  an  intermittent  n»t»ry  inovenieiit,  a  itntionary  cnttinK-<lie 
tliroiiKh  which  the  wire  (laiwca  tii  the  oiiid  ^nMive.  and  a  me<'haii 
Kill.  DiiliKtantially  «nch  aa  dewrilic<l,  to  connect  and  dirn'ouinHt  the 
«  |Miwer  from  the  arfwir  to  product'  the  laid  int^nnitt4<nt  movement 
of  the  nn-elver,  with  a  iitatioiiary  cover  over  the  (fnmvc  in  the  miuI 
ri'«iivcr  diiriin;  the  feed,  and  from  which  the  pi»'<'iver  will  iiaiw  in 
it-  roi.ition.  •iilwl,t)itiullv  ,v  ili-in-rilxil 

li.  Till'  iiiiiiliinntioii  of  the  lontrltiidiiially -in^>ove<l  rineivcr 
bavin::  an  iiitermiiUiit  rotary  iiiovciiient,  a  iitationury  cnttini;  die 
tbnmtfh  Hliicli  the  wire  |iui<m<«  |4>  the  xaid  ifPHivc,  a  fu«>d  to  iiitro- 
diuv  the  nirc  to  the  mid  i;ni<ive,  and  a  mivhaniam,  KuliHtantially 
■nch  aM  deaiTllMtl,  to  caiiiimt  and  dim-tinneit  the  {xivvfr  fnim  the 
n<«-»>ivcr  to  pnxlui-e  the  aiud  iiileniiitti-iit  movement  of  the  re 
eeirer,  with  the  cam  L  and  alide  I',  aabtttantially  a^  and  for  the 
pnr|HiM'  de»i«rilKiI. 

0,306.     CAR  AXLI  BOX      Ai«<i  Hitiir  CltTtltid    Okio    tn 

ilgitr  to  Hlglff  Car  Joirial  CaBfaiT  riltd  Ftb    I    ItIO 

Orlglial   M*   II  S4V  <at«4  r«b.  1.  Illl  Kiliii*  No    iAil. 
4»t*d  Jilt  17    1173. 


9,206.      PB0CK3S  or   IXTKACTINO   OELATINB   OR   ICHTHT 
OCOLLA    rROI    SALTED    riSH    SKINS        Joai    8.  Ro«iif. 
Gloaettler.  Mtt(       riUd  J  lit  7.  1  810       Orlglitl  No.  1 17.  ISJ. 
ditud  Aug    84    Il7i     Rtiiii)  No    8  881.  dtttd  Jut  1     1810 
Clnim. — The  pr<K««a,  nubatantially  aa  deacrib«yl,  of  obtaining 
gelatine  from  wlti-d  (iahakina,  it  omaiating  in  dtmiltinc  and  Imil- 
ing  them,  m'lMimtlng  frtnii  the  golatinoua  wilntion  ao  obtainod  the 
HU|i»'rflaona  matter  or  mattera,  and   re<hicing  it   (the  Mdutioni  bv 
evaiMiratioii  lo  llic  He«-eaiMiry  conaiatiincy  for  nw,  aa  act  forth. 


9,297.      WHiP  SOCKET       Amoi  SEiiLl.  N«wirk    N    J       rilrd 
Mar    2.1681)       OngiialNe     I  50. 1 88,  datad  Apr    88.  1 874 


Clnim — 1.  A  whip  wxkct  the  lualy  and  top  of  which  are 
formed  of  one  pntc,  niid  hnviiig  a  griHuc,  /',  foriiie<l  then'in  n»>iMr 
the  rip|>er  end.  in  uhicli  1*  innertisl  the  nihlxT  diHk  K,  as  and  for 
the  |>iir)xiw  ih'-cnlx'd. 

2.  In  coiiil. Illation  «  illi  a  wlnp-aocket,  a  plain  pcrforate»l  niln 
Iht  iliak,  K,  held  liaawly  in  a  groove  in  the  aia-ket  by  ita  o»ii  ehm- 
tic  rxiiaiiaive  foree.  itiilMtantially  aa  deacriliud. 

3-  The  I  (imhination.  with  a  whijviockrt,  of  the  nihber  diak 
K.  .4(1  di-mrilxil.  the  [xriiiietcr  *  being  of  harder  niblicr  than  llic 
■  itlier  |>art  of  «.iiil  .li-k,  .w  "lat-iliwl. 


9,298.       PORTABLE    RAILWAY        NATHii    W     CoiBIOT.    Jr  . 

JeraayClty    N    J       Pilad  lay  tO    1110      Orlglial  No    864.007 

datrd  May  81     1178 
//rv/ — The   railaof  portable   track  -  aeetiona  are  nnitMl   by 
traiiKvcrae  and  diagonal  barn,  one  end  of  e*«h  mil  having  |M!niia 
iienllv  wy-iire<l  :i  hIiim-  to  r«r<-ive  the  end  of  a  rail  of  au  M^oiniii); 
mxtioii 


('/aim — 1  Tlo-  within-doacribed  aelf  eontainotl  auction  o(  a 
rajlu',i\.  conxiating  of  two  raiU  and  trsnaveme  and  diagonal  lam, 
all  of  wron^rht  inin.  and  in'riiiaiiently  aeinnxl  tiigetber,  a«  act 
forth 

2.  The  coinbination  of  the  itn-tion  of  a  (lortable  railway  with 
hIioc*  B,  )ieniianeiillv  mvured  Ut  the  raila  of  the  auid  ae<'tion,  Niib- 
KuiMtantially  aa  and  for  the  pnrpoae  dcacribed. 


9,209       NAILING     lACHINE       Louii  eoBBO,  Wlitktattr    ai 
•  igaor  to   Oordoa  IcKaT.  Caabrtdga    Prlielpal  Traatttf  aid 
JaBtiW    Brovki    Caabridga    laai  ,  Aaaatlatt  Triatt*.  of  tkt 
■  r.Kaj  ■ataiiic  ratlaaiig  Aiaooiatioi       rilad  lay  10.  1880 
Pataittd   11    KiKlaid    la;    8     1878        Origlitl    No.    81&  117. 
dattd  la;   «     1878 
I  iatm.  —  1     III   a   nmliiiu   iiim  hiiic  to    unite    the    nppi'm   and 
»»>le»  of  IkhiIk   .mid    sleM-n.    1   liorii  and  .1  riifid   none  hImivc  it,  e«iii 
billed  with  mc,  liaiiixm  u,  |MriiiiI   the  loirii  to  aiitomalK  ally  mlapl 


July   13,    1 


880. 


r.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


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0.200. 


itaelf  to  tlir  thickneaa  of  the  atork,  and  with   iiic<chaninn  Ui  Mito- 
inatically  and  pnaitiveir  depriMa  the  aaid  linni  •  fixed  and  detor 
niinod  dUtMioe  fW>in  tlie  bnae-lino,  variable  a^ioonliiig  to  tlie  thick 
DOW  of  the  ■took,  anbatnntially  aa  doacrilxMl. 

2.  In  k  machine  for  nniting  the  appora  and  tohw  of  boot*  and 
bImmw,  tbe  combtnatioo,  with  wire -feeding  moehaniain,  of  moi-h 
•iiiain  tn  aerer  the  wire  and  •iinaltMienualy  funu  the  |toint  fur 
one  and  tli«  h«ad  for  another  nail,  aalintAntially  aa  described. 

3.  In  a  machine  for  uniting  the  npiwra  and  aoloa  of  booU  and 
■iHira,  the  ooinbination,  with  an  npvrardly-preaaed  horn  made  aelf- 
adapting  to  the  tiiicknena  of  the  itock  and  wire-feeding  inechan- 
iaiii,  of  connecting  niechaiiiani  between  the  horn  and  feeding 
iiioc.iianiain,  to  vary  the  length  of  tlic  wire  fod  into  the  machine, 
to  thereby  aafamiaticnlly  adapt  the  len<;th  of  the  nail  to  the  thick- 
n<wi  of  tiio  atock. 

4.  The  coiubination,  with  the  clamping  -  d<<w  pnividwl  with 
bi«d  -  ahaping  caritiea  to  gniap  and  bold  the  wirt«,  of  a  cutter  to 
aevur  the  wire  diaij^nnally  and  to  foMow  tlic  np|ior  end  of  the  nail 
laiing  aevered  and  form  an  enlarged  head  njiou  it  while  hold  by 
the  claiuping-dioa,  sabatAntially  aa  deacribtal. 

5.  The  coiubination,  with  the  clainping-dini  provided  with 
a  beatling-oivity  and  a  |M>int  Hlinping  cavity  or  offiM.tting-n>cCMa,  of 
a  cutter  Ui  timt  act  nprm  the  wire  ard  bend  it  into  the  |M>int  xhap- 
ing  cAvity,  uimI  then  cut  into  the  wire  diagiiiially  to  form  .in  en 
liirgod  head  n|Hm  and  acvcr  a  nail  from  the  length  of  wire,  *nl>^ 
atanlially  aa  dL«crib(>«l 

ft.  Tlie  foAding-rollcra.  ratchet  34,  fixed  with  relation  to  one 
of  tlietn,  and  pawl-carrier,  and  the  pawl  and  ita  nx-ker-ahafl,  and 
iiteehaniam  to  alwayi  throw  the  pawl-carrier  and  (lawl  forward  to 
a  oertain  fixed  point,  ciMubined  witli  a  apriiig  to  throw  the  pawl- 
carrier  backward  and  a  variable  itnp  to  arrmt  the  latckward  move- 
uient f>f  the  pawl-oarrier  according  to  the  fxaiition  of  the  upper 
end  of  the  bom,  ■nhatantially  aa  deacritml. 

7.  The  combination,  with  rlaiuping-dioa  to  graap  and  hold 
the  wire  and  a  cutter  to  aevrr  and  form  an  enlarged  bead,  aa  de- 
acribed,  on  the  nail  to  be  driven,  of  feeding  luechaniain  adapteil  to 
fe<)d  int4)  the  dies  a  variable  i]naiitity  or  length  of  win>,  according 
to  the  tliickiteaa  <)f  the  atock.  Ui  thereby  fcmi  be^ided  nail*  of  dif- 
ferent lengtba  aa  needed  in  at^ick  of  difihrent  Hiickneaa. 

K.  Tlie  cofiibination,  with  tlic  bum  and  regulating  n>d  2S  and 
|iavvl-carrying  rock-ahaft  for  the  fftoding  iiiechaniani,  of  a  book 
t4i  hold  the  |iawl-oarrier  in  elevated  pnaition  and  proronl  the  o|iera- 
tion  of  the  wire-fomling  ntechaniain,  aabatantially  aa  deacribed, 

0.  The  bom.  the  honi-depreaaing  rod  /,  and  the  connecting- 
lorer  lictweon  them,  combined  with  the  aprinf^  to  depreat  the  rtai  / 
and  control  the  extent  of  upward  preaaare  of  the  n])per  end  of  the 
liom  afainat  the  atock.  anlwtantially  an  deacribed. 

10.  The  rod  /,  collar  15,  and  bearing  10.  and  apring  at,  com- 
bined with  an  a^jtwting  device,  o,  to  move  the  bearing  and  com- 
prcaa  the  a|>ring,  aabatantially  aa  deacribed. 


I  11.  The  catter- carrying  haj-  64  and  morhaniam  to  move  it 

I  laterally  to  preM  the  end  of  tbe  cotter  agninat  the  wire,  nnubined 

wltti  tbe  pivoted  rack  71  and  the  oncillating  pinion  67.  to  )>emiit 
{  tbe  catter  to  tie  moved  downward,  aabatantially  a*  and  for  tbu 
!  |Kirp<we  deacribed. 

I  12.   The  coinbination,  with  tbe  movable  die  and  itn  arm.  of  a 

I  atotted  toe  held  thereto,  aabatantially  an  diwcrilxii 

IS.   The  cntter  or  die  fluted  at  ita  aide  to  enable  it  to  U-  held 

•ecnreir  and  rigidly,  (nbatantially  a»  deacnlKxI. 

14.  The  noae  pnivided  with  the  prong*  N)  H6.  comUioctl  \>ith 
tiic  diea,  anbatantiallj  aa  and  for  the  pur|><«ii   domrilM-d 

15.  Ill  a  machine  for  nniting  tbe  ioIuk  and  ap)H'nt  of  bi>.it8 
and  iliuea,  tbe  folUiwing  inatrumentalitiea,  vi/:  a  horn  u<  enter 
the  aboe,  moohaniain  to  Uiwer  the  end  of  the  bom  a  fixed  dinUnce 
from  a  variable  baae-line,  aa  deaeribed,  a  ipring  tti  lift  the  bom 
and  strike  or  impact  ita  end  againat  the  stock  held  ItelncxMi  it  and 
the  noae  preparatory  to  or  when  driving  the  nail,  and  fw-^iiiig 
tuechaniaui  t<i  feed  a  wire  a  variable  diatancc  in  acoonlam^'  «ilh 
the  tliickneai  of  the  stock,  aubatantially  aa  deacrilied. 

16.  The  hnm-depreasing  rod,  iiiechaDism  Ui  lifl  and  deiiriw 
it,  the  bom,  and  piroted  lever  connecting  them,  ciombiDed  with 
an  independent  regrnlating  rod  or  device  connected  with  and  iiioM'<l 
by  the  bom  to  control  tbe  extent  of  inovcmenl  of  tlje  «  ire-ft>o<liiig 
iticchaniaui  and  the  length  of  the  »ip'  to  U  form(^l  intu  a  nnil. 
aubirtautially  an  doacribod. 

17.  In  a  nailing- machine  lO  unite  the  aojea  and  n|>per,«  nl 
lioota  and  aboca,  tbe  following  inatminentalitieH.  vi/;  a  rigid  noac., 
a  bom  Ra|>|M>rtod  to  aatomatically  adapt  ilaelf  t4i  the  thiikiiew  of 
the  at'K'k  and  iireaa  it  against  the  noae.  the  fnedinu  de\  ice  to  en- 
gage tbe  h(«>t  or  shoe  supfMiried  hi  the  lioni,  and  llleHn^  ulaptixl, 
aubatantialty  aa  dea(.'ril>ed.  to  depnwa  tlie  said  horn  jui4  after  tbe 
nail  ia  driven  in  order  to  n>leaae  the  Ixait  or  shoe  and  )>criiiit  the 
said  feeding  device  to  !uove  it  over  tbe  honi.  nubstantialli  a.«  de- 
•(Tibed 

IN.  In  a  nailing-machine  for  uniting  the  aolm  and  npfM-ra  of 
boot*  and  aiioea,  the  following  inatmmfmtalitioa,  vix:  a  rigid  n(iM> 
above  tlu-  st<M-k,  a  bom  to  ent«r  the  Bto<-k,  boar  it  npwanl  againat 
tbe  DtWF,  and  adapt  itself  automatically  to  the  varying  thickncMH 
of  the  sUwk,  the  finding  mechauiain  to  engage  tbe  stiKk,  ninban- 
iaui,  sniwtantially  aa  deacribed,  to  releaae  it  from  the  upward 
jireaaore  of  the  bom  U>  permit  the  stock  t<>  be  fed  forwanl.  the 
driver  to  drive  a  nail  or  fastening,  feeding  mechanism  to  fee«l  a 
wire  from  which  the  fitstenings  an>  Ui  be  made,  and  connecting 
inechaniam  between  the  horn  and  feeding  ^)«<^hanism  to  aato- 
matically v»ry  the  length  of  the  feeil  for  the  length  of  the  wire  or 
fastening  ai'cnrding  to  the  varying  thickneas  of  the  stcxk,  all  »uL>- 
stantiallv  as  doacribod. 


0,300.     INDICATOR  LOCK       Biisr  L.  Rcikll.  BUoaiigtii. 
IU  .  aiiifior.  by  Boiii   aiilgiatiti.  to  tkt  Riiaill   Iidlca 
tor  Lock  Coapasy.  laai  pisct.      rUid  lay  84.  1881       Orlgi- 
111  No    888  lis    Istod  Jaa.  87.   1880 
CUiimt. — 1.  The  ootubination,  with  the  locking  uiechaniam  of 
a  lock,  of  r<-giat«ring  mechanisiu  for  registering  or  indicating  any 
one  of  a  series  of  diffsreotly  fornxid  and  indi<«ted  keys,  whxh 
operates  both  the  locking  and  registering  mechanism  in  anl<K'k- 
iiig  tlie  lock,  subntantially  aa  ape<-ified. 

i.  The  combination,  with  the  locking  mechanism  of  a  lock, 
of  one  or  wore  movable  registering-tableta  for  registering  or  indi- 
cating any  one  of  a  series  of  differently  fonned  and  indicated  keys, 
which  operatea  both  tbe  locking  mecbaaiaio  and  regiaterinx  tab- 
let or  tablets  in  anlm-king  the  lock,  aubstaotially  as  ipei-ified. 

3.  In  an  indicator-lock,  the  oombinatiou,  with  suitable  hack- 
ing mechanism  and  registering  iiiecbaniam  for  registering  or  indi- 
cating any  one  of  a  series  of  ditferently  fonned  and  indicated  keys, 
which  operates  both  tbe  locking  and  refristering  nieihaniaiD.  of 
meana.  aufaatantially  aa  described,  acting  to  pr«-veiit  the  with- 
drawal of  a  key  after  a  partial  revolution  IhenMif  without  firat 
unlocking  the  lia-k  and  indicating  or  regiaterin^'  ilr  iiunilxT.  hul>- 
utaiitinlly  u«  »{NX'ifiod. 

4.  The  combination,  with  the  locking  niethaniiini  of  a  lixk, 
of  regiatt-ring  mechanism  for  regiatenng  or  indicalmt  am  one  ol 
a  »<'ri«»  of  differently  formed  aivl  indicated  key*,  winch  o|«Tati» 
both  the  Uvcking  and  re)pat«riug  moehaniain.  and  ineamt,  Kiilwtaii- 
tially  an  descrilxMl,  for  aecuring  said  r«giaterini:  nit!chani.«iii  in  any 
IMwition  to  which  it  may  lie  nioMxl  In  n  ke>  in  unlockiiii:  the  lipck, 
anbstantially  a«  spe<'ified. 

.'>  Tlie  combination,  with  the  liM'liiin:  nie<liHiii«iii  of  ,-»  lot  k, 
of  one  or  more  movalile  regixfj'riiig  tiUileU  for  rejjMtcniii:  or  iiidi- 
uating  any  one  of  a  aerie*  of  differentli  formed  hikI  indicat<-<l  keva. 
which  ofieratea  Imth  tbe  lockini;  miH'linniiiiii  and  regmtennt  tablet 
or  lableta.  and  nieaiu,  HulMtantmllv  bj-  il«i«.rib<«<l,  for  •ecnrmir  naid 
reginU-nng  tablet  or  tahleta  in  an\  (oiaitioii  moved  hy  h  k'v  in  iin 
liN'kiiiu'  tlie  lock.  'iiilMtanlialh  a*  i>i><><'ilie<l 


2  + 


OFFICIAL    GAZETTE. 


July   13,   1880. 


0.300. 


W^ 


I 


(i  The  nnmbinatiuii,  with  tUe  locking  mocbanUiu  of  *  l<nk, 
..I  .\  «Ti<»  of  iTigiiiterinK-Ubleu  for  ret(i»torini{  or  iii.Jt(aitin({  any 
our  of  H  «?ri««  of  tiiffnrpntly  fonii€<d  »n«l  in«li<'«t«Ml  keys,  » lii'li  <>\*- 
vtMc*  twrtli  th«>  Imkinu  me«h«ni»in  an<l  rcKixterinkr  talileU,  ami 
ineaiin,  •obrtantiany  a*  dencrihed,  for  nioTiii);  «»iU  taUU'tn  in  i»«r- 
allol  iMMitiixi  prKviooii  to  »win»?  ojierated  u|k>ii  by  ,i  k«v  in  uiiUx-k- 
ing  th«t  l<K-k.  «uh«taiitially  ««  niiftcitim). 

7  The  rouibinatioii.  wifli  tlio  Uxkitiif  luwliaiiium  of  a  I.K-k. 
o(  ,»  «Ti«w  i>f  iT.ifintPrinif  bil)l»t»  for  rpgUtprinu  or  iudicatin«  any 
our  of  a  «*.nMi  of  diffiTPntly  foniiwl  and  indicatod  key*,  wliitli 
o|»raU«  In.Ui  iIm-  l<»t  kin«  nHxImnUin  and  reeiaforini;  tablif*. 
I.H  kiiivr  ilfvi.t!  for  iMM  imnij  Mkid  tubletn  in  ixwitioii,  and  iinwia 
for  throw  iiiK  mid  l<»kin)(  devi<-«  oul  of  cnifaiffinont  with  *ata 
n'lrisurtnij  tablfU  previ.MiK  to  tlit-ir  Itoing  o|)er«t«l  uimmi  by  a  ktr 
in  unbx  kintf  llie  lixk,  *nt»Uintially  iw  »j«»<<iftBd. 

S.  In  Mn  indicator  Im'k.  the  itHitbinatiim,  with  locking  UMck- 
aniitin  nn.l  nifintennu  intMhani»iii  adapted  to  be  operated  br  dif- 
fin-ntly  fonnwl   and   indicatwl   key*,  of  a  ina«««r  key  ada|4»d   U> 


operate  the  liM-.kin;;  nixi-lianiKMi  withont  interferinK  with  ur  di»- 
turbin^  the  r<».;iiii«rinK  nKn'lianiitni,  iiulMtantially  aa  H|M)r.iHMl. 

0  In  an  indi(«tar-l(ick,  the  <;»nibinatiuii,  with  locking  unm-Ii- 
aniani,  of  reKiat4^rin)(  iitoclianiain  aJa{)t«Nl  to  \m  operated  by  diffcr- 
entl>  foniied  and  indiriUwl  keys,  a  movable  plate  for  ckMiiig  the 
re^Mter,  a  inaatt-r  key,  and  niet-luiniaui,  Rabataotiaily  aa  deacrihod, 
actini;  to  o|M'ralc  xaid  movable  plate  to  o|>en  the  re)(iater  only 
tbrout^h  the  Hiaalcr  key.  iiulwtantially  aa  and  fur  the  par]MMc  ii|i«ci- 
fieri 

10  In  an  iu(iic«tor-l(K:k,  the  combination  of  the  lover  or 
le>  ent  <  i.  >»w  or  iiiort  rejfintrrinjf-tablcta,  N,  ratt^hot  or  ratchet*  <>, 
and  the  |>awt  1',  Huliatantially  aa  aii<l  for  the  pur]MMe  M|ievitiod. 

11.  In  an  iiidicatirr  Imk.  the  coinUnation  of  the  lever  or 
Irvc™  (i.  one  or  mor»'  rev'i«tcnug  tablet*.  \.  ratrhot  or  ratt-heta  O, 
\M\r\  I',  and  niov;il)ie  <liiie  \  ,  «ulMt;intiiilly  an  and  for  the  purixiM! 
•<|«'<  ih''<l 

li  In  an  indicator  lock,  tli<'  romliin.ition  of  one  or  more 
U\er»,  (i.  one  or  more  ntffi''''''''"<-'-tableta,  N,  rat<>het  or  ratchets 
(),  (>»wl  1*.  movable  slide  V,  and  revolving  ring  I',  provided  with 
c<-c*ntric  edge  A',  nuhstantially  aa  and  for  the  purpoM  harein  ihown 
and  doacritxvl. 

l.'V  In  an  indicator -lock,  the  combination  of  one  or  more 
loverx.  <!,  one  or  more  regiBtering- tablet*,  X,  and  the  lever  W, 
Kubataatially  iw  and  for  the  purpose  herein  showD  atid  deacrilwd. 

II  In  aa  indicator  -  lock,  the  C4)nibinati(m  of  one  or  more 
livers,  <  i,  one  or  more  r>-i;i»t«?ring-tal)lct«,  N.  lever  W,  and  apring 
or  upriMftn  M,  »nlj«itantially  a«  and  for  the  purpose  herein  »howD 
will  (lemrilxxi 

1,').  In  an  indicator  lock,  the  combination  of  one  or  more 
l<»or»  (1.  ime  or  more  ruKiiitering-tablela,  X,  one  or  more  nttcheta, 
O.  i.l;it4-«  H  atui  I.  «pnng{<«wl  1'.  and  ipring  or  aprings  M,  iub- 
stAiilinlly  .i*  and  for  the  puqxme  heroin  shown  and  deacribed. 

Hi  III  an  indicator  lock,  the  combination  of  th«  ipring-lovcr 
S,  ro\ohiiiu  nng  V .  having  slot  n  and  eoccntric  riiu  or  edge  A", 
xlide  \',  i«pniig-p«wl  l'.  one  or  more  levem,  (>,  one  or  more  rogia- 
t« Tin);  UblcUt,  N,  and  n»t<  bet  or  ratchet*  O,  aubaUntudly  a«  ami 
for  the  puriMiac  hon-in  shown  and  described. 

17.  In  iiii  mdicaU)r  lixk,  the  combination  of  one  or  mor\' 
i  iiiovubic  reBi«tcringUl)letjt,  N,  xliding  plate  or  cover  Q,  provided 
w  itli  an  ajicrtiin-,  t  .  and  itjc  lotk-caau  provided  with  aiwrtare  W  , 
(tulwtaiitiiilly  a«  and  for  the  pnrpoBC  herein  ihown  and  deacribed. 
IS.  In  an  indicator  lock,  the  combination  of  one  or  more 
movable  n'^;;i«t*-riiii'Ublet«,  N,  movable  platoor  cover  (i,  and  lever 
K.  providi-d  with  arm  it  .  subatontially  aa  and  for  the  punxwe 
licrein  nliown  and  dcwritxHl 

1!»    Tin  a>ml)iiiati'm  of  the  lever  K.  having  ami  (T,  movable 
;   |.laU'  or  lever  t^,  .spring   X  .  liavint;  i«lit)nldcr  /   ,  and  «tnd  Z   and 
1  -tpriii::  V  .  ■luhntantially  as  and  for  the  pnqxiae  dc«cril>««l. 
j  H)     In  a  Ux  k,  the  (ombiiiation.  with  a  spring-bolt.  A,  of  the 

I  iii<ivalil<'  -iliili'  or  sli.lon  K,  lever  I),  and  one  or  more  tumblorx,  C, 
!  s.iUlaiilially  M  an.l  for  the  purixiae  herein  shown  and  doacribod. 
1  21.    In  a  lixk    the  . ••nil  lunation,  with  a  spring-bolt.  A,  iif  the 

j  nlottcxl  tiimliler*  <      lumii-   sliouldopt  k .  lover  D,  liaving  bow  /f, 
;iml  Kiidex  K.  i'or    iiciuMiin  mtli  xaid  liimblem  (,\  sohatantially  lu 


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D.  S,  Circuit  Court— Western  District  of  Pennsylvania. 
I*ii;ii;i-  <i  n\.  r.  S'l  iii;i;i  i.kk.  ^ 

ItrCiiied   June    \'.>.   1--U. 

1.  Uel(M>ne.l  I,.  11.  i  -  Patent  No.  6,a5rt,  granUHl  to  E.  A.  L.  Rolx-Ha, 
.raiiiiarv  •!.  HT.'i.  the  clMini  in  which  i«  for  "flic  method  or 
priK-euM  of  iiiereaNin;;  or  nmtoiiiij;  the  prixliictiveiicMjt  of  oil- 
wellN  by  caiiaiMK  un  explosion  of  t;un|Kiwder  or  ita  equivalent 
lit  or  near  the  oilbennn;:  ixiiiit.  in  eoniiection  with  »npcrinciim- 
iMiittliiid  tatnpiuy;.  niiliKtanlittlly  nx  de.Hciibi-d."  declaieil  to  be 
I'ortbi  ~  line  HiNcDtiou  aa  Ilia ori;;innl  ptitcnt dated  May  'X,  le'tMi, 
and  Hii.'iiaiiii  il 

!i.  The  deciHioii  in  i  ti.  laae  of  Roberta  v.  Diekry.  4  yialier,  53-2,  con- 
tttruinj;  the  1 1  ue  im  aiiiii;:  and  ncop»'  of  aucb  original  i>at4-ut,  ap- 
proved. 

3.  The  iippliratiou  of  a  bluMt  in  a  l«>n'-hole  Kiiiik  in  an  ofdiiiary 
Well  iti  not  an  aiilicipiitiou  of  a  prix-eas  by  which  a  torix-do  may 
1m'  explixled  many  hundred  fei-t  Ih»1ow  the  surface  of  the  <;r<nind 
and  below  the  top  of  the  riK'k  throu;;li  which  an  Arti-aian  well 
ban  been  Kiiiik.  ami  at  the  e.\a<t  point  in  the  well  where  the  ef- 
I'l'ct  of  ducli  exploHion  in  desired,  with  a  water  tainpin;i«nlticient 
to  confine  tin-  i  tt'ii  t  to  tin-  vicinity  of  il«  location. 

4.  ITtiHiicccHKfiil  ;in<l  aliaiidone^l  ex)N-riineutB  cannot  avail  to  in- 
^'ulidati' .1  I'liii  III  111  ,111  iin  intiif  who  ban  diM<-lo»eil  to  the  public 
»n  inveiil  mil  till  iil;hl\  .'I  vvliieli  liar«  Ihh'II  deiiionHl  rated  liy  itH 
general  ,m1.>|iI  ."u 

5.  The  cuiiKi  thai  uotkH  HiieceHMfiil  resiillH  cannot  be  the  same  aa 
that  exhibited  in  abaiKloned  cxperinieiitH.  and  holdiiiii:  the  latter 
lip  an  uiitici]iatioiiK  of  the  former  is  but  an  ilhixtnition  of  what 
is  very  coniiiioii — an  attempt  to  defeat  a  meritoriouH  invention 
by  prool  I  hit  ~oiiM  tiling  xiniilur  had  Imh*ii  previoualy  known, 
llioiijjti  ii  ii.ol  11. wr  Imh-u  perfe<ted,  and  had  never  been  any 
useful  1  "iili  iliiilion  to  buniau  knowledge  or  convenience. 

C.  The  piiM  ess  iiivente-'.  by  HolM-rtH.  as  ilisclimed  by  IiIh  HiHM-ifiea- 
lioii.  ilix.s  not  ri'<|iiii>'  that  the  sn|M-i  iticninbeutHnid  tAuiping 
■-lioiilil  iili  till  uili  I'lii  I  liat  tliert!  should  1h- a  Hiilticieut  colunin 
,.l  iliiiil  \"  .  ..iitiiii-  ih.  .  II'  .  t  nf  the  blast. 

".  1..  ii.i~  r. id  III  N"  r  I  ■"  planted  to  E.  A.  L.  Rolmrts,  April 
■J."),  IhVo.  lor  iiiipioMiiieiits  in  appaiatiis  for  ex]iliKliiig  i;iiii]M)W' 
der  or  ollui  e\|iloKive  material  in  Artesian  or  other  similar 
wells,  const  I  111  il  ami  -u..t;inji'd. 

1//,    tiinri/'    Hiudtiiij  iilnl    .1//.   /'     /.    I'altvraoit    U>\     \hv 

riiili|il;llliaiit-i. 

>/;  .    Ill  III  If   lUiliiii  ill,  -I I.,  uUii    Ml.  ■/.   (_.  Ituijii    IDI    LLi- 
iletciiihilit . 

.^  I  i;i  iNC,  ./.  ; 

rile  lull  <-li;irof>  mil  ill  1:1 '11  Kill  nl'  \\\  n  |.;i  ii  ni  ^  liiliinu- 
iiij;  t(i  I  lit"  com  pill  mail  t.-^.  I'lii'  tii>l  i^  ;i  jiim  e>s  p.-iti  nt. 
No.  t),'J,">-,  liraiitfii  oil  ilie  litli  (la\  nt  .I.iiiiiai\  .  I~7."i.  to 
llilwanl  A.  1..  K'olu'ii.'i.  a  it'i.s-.u('  of  l.tttei>  I'.iiiiit  No. 
.'i.i:>l.  which  wa.s  ithilt'a  rci.s.siii- of  nri;iinal  I'-tter--  ]ia1- 
fiit,  (latt'il  May  "2".  l"!"*'',  ;rraiite(l  to  s.tid  i;iil>eit>.  and 
iimiilnTtMl  .")'.•. '.tl{ii.  The  mioinal  \va<  tor  a  new  and  ii»el'nl 
iiiilin)\ fiiHMit  III  iin'tliods  of  iiicrea.siii;^  llie  ra|iarity  of 
oil-wt'llH,  di'scrilM-d  in  the  .■^|le^■ili^atloll  and  drawiiij;h 
Thi' s|>et'itici4tion  of  tlie  IxciH-stu-d  rateiit  No.  ti, '.*.">•■',  iiiioii 
which   thin  Hiiit  is  partl\  fouiidedj  m-In  fortli  Miltstaii- 


tial!\  111.'  MiipiM'.  riiii-ii!  Ill  |ii..i  1  --  .l.-scribe«lin  the  orig- 
inal, and  the  tlaini  Ik  tot  '•  the  iiicthotl  or  process  of 
incn-iwiii;;  or  ivNtoriiij:  the  iirodncrivfuotw  of  oil-wells 
by  caiiHiii};  ttii  ex|iloMuii  nt  ^;!!i]Hi\v<ler  or  its  e<jniva- 
leiit  at  I'l  111  ai  the  oil-Uearing  |>oint,  in  connection 
with  suiic!  inciiinluMit-lliiid  tamping,  Hnb«tiintially  as 
sot  forth'"  in  the  specilication. 

The  other  |»atent  belonging  to  the  coniplainnntH,  and 
a'lh^ed  t  >  li  ive  been  infringed  by  the  defendant,  nnm- 
bered  47,4.>>,  and  d.itid  .Vpril  2.'),  l"**.'),  was  granted  i»l»M 
tothi-said  Kdwaiil  \  !..  K'obfrts.  It  Ih  for  a  new  and 
tiMcliil  !iii|ii..\  I  11  I  lit  111  apiiaratnH  for  exphwling  gnn- 
jmumIci  i'I  iiih.  I  I  \  I'lu.sive  materia!  when  Niibmergetl  in 
wain  iu  .\i!iM;tu  or  other  hiiuilar  wellH.  The  appa- 
ratus in  clearly  and  minutely  detn'ril>e<i  in  the  attend- 
iiut  8|>ecitication,  and  the  claims  are  as  follows: 

1.  The  iirimiiiL'  chamlter  A.  in  combination  with  the  Husk,  plug, 
luiil  nipple.  NiiliNtaiitially  as  mX  forth. 

'1  Tile  arninjiement  of  the  tiil»e  /.  or  its  equivalent.  c<ini|K>««><l 
of  india-riibbei  or  other  similar  material,  with  the  Kiiurd  d  and. 
Ixdt  t.  Hiibstantidlly  as  described,  in  ci>mbiuatiou  with  the  tlask  a. 

The  answer  of  the  defendant  to  the  charge  »»f  infringe- 
ment of  the  process  patent,  while  admitting  the  issue 
of  the  original  and  the  rei^siie,  :i8  set  forth  in  the  bill, 
denies  generally  that  the  tilleged  improvement  was  new 
and  useful;  that  Roberts  >\;i-  t  lie  original,  true,  or  first 
inventor:  and  it  <lenies,  also,  tiiat  the  invention  was 
not  i<nown  ur  nsetl  before  application  was  nwule  for  the 
patent,  and  tlenies  that  the  invention  was  not  fur  more 
than  \  w  o  years  prior  to  the  date  of  Robert^*s  aiijdica- 
tioii  for  a  p.itent  in  puldic  use  or  on  sale  in  this  coun- 
try. I'a,s>iiig  from  these  geiH^ral  denials,  the  answer 
proceeds  to  allege  that  tlte  Reissue  No.  5,4:54  was  in- 
valid and  void  because  it  describetl  and  clai!ne<1  things 
subHtantially  ditterent  tnim  what  wtts  tlescribed  anil 
clHiine<l  in  the  original  ptitent.  It  also  alleges  that  the 
serund  icissue  (that  upon  which  this  suit  is  bn»ught) 
w.i-  lilt  for  the  same  invention  as  that  describeil  and 
HpfLitHil  III  the  original  patent  or  in  the  tirst  reissue. 
There  is  also  a  general  denial  that  the  defeutlaut  has 
nifiiMuii!  III.  complainants' invention  claimed  iu  the 
Ki  i^-iic  Nn  r.,','r.(i. 

11  u    Hi- ^  I  I  t  hi  I,  piiM  itds  to  set  forth  thes<>and  other 

•b'lrii.sis  II    jiai  tiiiii.iriv .     l.'epeating  the  averment 

that  K'ulieri-  ua>  imi  the  ri^i  ainl  ..ti^inal  inventor  of 
the  proccN-.  .  laiiiHii.  lull  I  li,i  1  I  In  >.iiu.'.  •'  (ir  a  Sllbstail- 
lial  and  maiiiial  jiait  the  i.-m!,  m  suliNlantial  and  mate- 
I  lal  pal  1 »  I  til  1 1  ot.  ciamieii  I  lull  iii  .a.--  in  >'  w  ,i-  <  a  w  i-n*. 
before  the  s,i  id    Ivolicll  .>'s  Ml  |i|n>Mi!   !  !i  \  .III  loll,  k  HOW  11  t<> 

.'111(1  iihi  .1 '  li\  iitinieidiis  pei.'Mihs.  N\  111. N.J  naiijeA  and  the 
plai  I  >  lit  ii>M' are  «|>e(iii.ii.  I  In-  .answer  further  avers 
iliai  the  inveiitinn  \\  a>  di -i  ii  In  li  m  rerf,iii!  printed 
puMiral  ioiis  In  till.-"  couniiN  aiiil  m  l^nioin  ii.  inre  it  is 
claimed  to  lia\i'  been  made  by  the  )iateni.  e. 

The  aiiswef  ;iUo  .alleg.-.s  that  |;.il).-its  h;i,|  n.-vei  ii- 
dllci-d  t  o  piji' I  lie  his  Kiiiipo.st-d  impid\  eiiiinl  \x  inn  he 
tiled   his  ap[di(ation    for  a  patent,  or,  in   nilnr    wohU, 


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OFFICIAL  GAZFn» 


Jt  i>    13- 


1880. 


th«t  it  was  not  tlien  a  completwl  invention  ;  that  the  ^ 
Uf  issne  No.  rt.'i.V  <lo««  not  describe  any  practically  n»e- 
fiil  iiK.dn  of  increastn}?  or  restorin;?  the  prodnctiveness 
of  w.-lls:  that  it  has  no  utility;  that  for  the  purpose 
of  (Icceiviii};  the  piihlic  the  ilcKcription  in  the  second 
r.MHsiir  was  made  to  contain  lews  than  the  whole  truth 
relative  to  the  invention  or  discovery,  antl  that  for  that 
reason  the  patent  is  void;  that  r>r  the  purpoHc  of  de- 
ceiving the  public  the  application  for  the  reissue  was 
made  to  contain  njore  than  is  necessary  to  i)rodnce  the 
dcHln-d  cm-ct  or  the  ullcccd  useful  result,  and  that  the 
patent  is  vuitl  tor  that  reason;  and  that  the  speeitica- 
tion  of  the  reissued  patent  d«)e8  not  describe  the  alleged 
invention  in  Mu<'h  full,  clear,  and  exact  terms  as  to  en- 
able any  person  skilled  in  the  art  to  which  it  appertains 
to  use  the  same,  and  that  for  this  reason  the  patent  is 
void^ 

rnssing  from  the  process  patent  to  Patent  No.  I7,4r>«, 
the  defendant's  answer  denies  any  iufrinRenient  there- 
of, and  avers  that  the  letters  patent  are  for  a  combi- 

II  It  I. -M  ,,(  [.arts  not  new,  and  constituting  a  cartridge 
or  torpedo  which  was  not  new.  if  at  all.  otherwise  than 
as  H!).iiiic  (l.'\  ices  or  MpecKic  coiuhiuations  of  the  parts 
,.,.M^iiu(  ic.l  uih!  roiiibined  ris  described  in  the  specifica- 
ti.Mi  Hid  Bpecilied  in  the  <dainis;  that  Ifoberts  was  not 
the  true,  oriiiiual,  and  lirst  inventor  of  said  parts,  nor 
of  any  or  either  of  tlieui.  nor  of  either  of  the  combina- 
11, .11-  -pc,  iii.-.l  111  the  Ictt.rs  patent,  if  at  all.  except 
when  such  parts  respectively  were  coustnn-ted  and 
eonibiiied  substantially  as  set  forth  in  the  patent; 
til  If  I  lie  same,  or  substantially  the  same,  thinjjH  claimed 

III  th.  patent  as  new  or  material,  or  material  or  siib- 
stutitial  pMir-*  rlicre-.f.  were  lon;j  [irior  to  the  supi>osed 
iii\eiitio?i  oi  ilic  >ai>l  i;.>!>erts  kuou  11  by  and  used  at 
certain  places  desi^^nit.  .1  l>j'  persons  whose  names  are 
){ivcn,  and  that  the\  were  d>-scri bed  in  certain  letters 
patent  specified  titid  in  certain  printed  publications. 

Such  arc  tin-  (Icfciises  -et  \\]>  !i;i!iinst  the  tiill  of  the 
,  onipliinants,  iiii'l  1  ^.iv  elaborate  arnnment  has  been 
siilcii  tfcd  111  snppoir  (.t  thcMi.  It  must  be  .•ulniilted 
thit  th.  iiiswer,  so  lai  a.s  it  relates  to  the  process  pat- 
,111.  I-  .  vree«liii;;ly  full.  It  avers  almost  everythlnj? 
ihit  may  in  any  ca-  !"  i.lied  uponasadefci.se  to  the 
,  hii  -.  ..r  iiifrinjiiiii;  a  patent  ;  but  most  of  its  allejja- 
ih.ii,  .11.  totally  nnsiistaiucd  i.y  anything  in  the  record. 
I  h.  \  have  not  been  m-i-tt.l  ujion  in  the  armiment,  ami 
some  of  them  have  b.'eii  expressly  disclaimed.  They 
will  thci-ct'ore  receive  only  ;i  ]>a-i-iinn  notice. 

I'll -I,  a.--  lu  iho^c  whicli  I  elate  to  the  validity  of  tlie 

(latciit. 

iljere  is  no  evidence  to  sustain  the  averment  that  the 
in\ctiti.>ti  was  in  joiblic  u»«' or  on  sale  more  than  two 
^,.;,,,  [.v.!  u,  i;,.l..  I  t.-.'s  application  for  a  patent,  which 
„  i,  ;i,  !-,,!  Ill,  pi.. ut' 1- .iit.-ctly  to  the  contrary,  and 
,1,,  a\, 111, .lit  IS  incouM^icnt  with  aii-.tli'T  :i!lcu'ntitui 
,.,,,,;.,,,,,. I  111  the  answer,  to  wit,  thai  at  th.-  nine  of 
li;,,,^  111,  api.lication  le'  hi.l  n.-\.-i  f.'.in.-.'.l  t..  practice 
111,  ,,i|,p..,..i  iniprovemeiit  or  in\  cut  i.m;  \..r  is  there 
aiiMlit!  u  t..  ,11, ram  th."  aHv.erti<m>  ol  t  lie  answer  that 
th,.  i.airiit..'  w  1,  ^iiiitN    .1   iVand  ill  this,  that  for  the 


j,iirpi.,c  I. 


f  ,1,-,  ,i\  Mi^;  th.-  piii.iii-  ii.-  ma. h'  his  applica- 
tion t'l.f  t  iic  fci,-.!i>'  !..  .■(lilt  am  U-r.s  than  t  h.-  w  iiole  truth 
,.,,.,,1,,,.  t,,  h:s  iii\  .■i!li..li  :  anil.  also,  that  |..r  (lie  same 
nut ■po'-c  h<-  nia.lc  It  to  .•..III, nil  in..f.-  1  hail  i,  n.M-.-,sar\  to 
pi-od.i.c  'iic  .h-iieil    -•tl.-.  t  .11   th.'  a!h-u.-.i   11,.  till  result. 


•Such  averments  tend  to  awaken  a  ,11, pi.  ion  thai  the 
defendant  mistrusted  havinj:  any  snb-^tani  lal  .h  teii^e. 

Equally  unfounded  is  the  defense  that   tlie  descrip- 
tio!i  of  the  invention  in  the  speeilication  1,  not  -nib 
ciently   full,  clear,  and   exact  to  enable    auv    |i.  ison 
skilled  in  the  art  to  which  it  appertain-  .>i  ^^  I'ti  \^  l".  !i 
it  IS  most  clos«-ly  connecleil  to  use  it. 

In  face  of  the  proofs  the  denial  of  the  utility  of  the 
invented  i.rot-ess  is  not  remarkable.  The  eviiieiue 
shows  the  invention  or  jirocess  to  hav.-  been  pre  .in  1 
nently  useful.  It  has  gone  into  vci\  .xt.ti.l.'!  use 
tbronnhont  the  entire  oil  region,  an. 1  n-  ii,c  ha-  mi 
niensely  increased  the  ]irodnction  of  oil.  It  ha-  he.  n 
this  large  and  useful  eflicieiicy  which  has  -tmnihit.  .1  -.. 
great  a  number  of  infringers  to  inv^Mle  tii>-  pat-  i.tc- 

rights.  .  . 

Nor  is  there  any  reasonable  pretense  that  the  re- 
issued patent  is  for  a  different  invention  Iroin  that 
described  in  the  specification  of  the  first  reissue  .i 
that  described  in  the  original  patent  of  1 -»>•'■  Ihe 
three  jiateuts  are  in  evidence,  and  there  is  nothing  in 
the  one  upon  which  this  suit  rests  in  part  which  is 
not  exhibited  in  the  original  si>ecific.aiii»n.  Indee.l  tin 
claim  of  the  last  reissue  is  almost  idculical  with  the 
claim  of  the  original  patent.  This  debnse  ha-  lucii 
abaudoueil.  We  come,  t.ien,  to  the  only  .h  t.  n-  np.>n 
which  any  reliance  is  place<l  s»>  far  as  it  relates  to  the 
validity  of  the  patent.  It  is  Ihe  alleged  want  of  nov- 
elty and  originality  «)f  the  invention.  It  isstreniiou«ly 
insisted  that  the  jiatent^d  jirocess  w  .-  kimwii  an. I  n 
use  Itefore  Roberts  invented  it  aii'l  mi.!-  ippii.  at  1..11 
for  his  patent. 

The  (luestion  thus  presented  is  a  not  a  new  otie  in 
this  court.  It  was  raised  and  vigorously  urged  in 
/;ofr<r/»t  v.  />icAc(/,  reported  in  4  Kisher,  ;"»:?-'.  In  that 
case  the  original  patent  was  iussaib-d  lor  alleud  wai.t 
of  novelty,  and  after  an  extended  at-nm.tit  an. I  the 
presentation  of  much  evidence  the  pat.  ni  wa,  ,11, 
tained.  No  ajtpeal  was  taken  fn)m  the  dec n .  .  aii.l 
the  patent,  since  the  decree  was  made,  ha-  h.  .  u  .  n 
force«l  in  numerous  cases.  We  <lo  not  say  our  l..riiier 
decision  is  conclusive  upon  this  defendant.  Tin  par- 
tics  are  in>t  the  same  now,  and  there  is  some  evidence 
which  was  not  in  the  former  case. 

•  In  liohfvlM  V.  hk'keij  we  stated  at  length  wliat  w.^  re- 
garded as  the  true  meaning  of  the  i»ateiit.  iinl  wliai, 
in  luir  opinion,  was  the  process  claimed.  \N  •■  -hall 
not  refwat.  what  we  then  said,  only  obsers  mj.  'bat  w. 
adhere  to  what  we  <lecided. 

In  support  «d'  his  averment  of  tii.'  want  ..t  n..\.  Ii\  ..l 
tlie  Kol>erts  invention,  the  defeudtint  has  ui\.ii  .\i 
deuce  of  numerous  acts  which  he  claim-  l.  haw  hecn 
anticipations.  Some,  if  n<il  most  (d' tbein.  \^'\>-  m  evi- 
dence in  the  former  case,  and  were  In  hi  in,niiu  nni 
to  establish  the  invalidity  of  ihe  pat. m  I  lic>  will 
re<i  Hire  but  brief  notice.  There  arese«,.iah  hi.w.x.i. 
that  appear  in  evidence  lirnt  ni>w.  rii.>  \m!1  h.  pai- 
ticularly  considereil.  One  ..i  the,  and  one  upon 
which  much  stress  has  been  laid  m  th.  n-nnnni.  1- 
describcfl  in  the  testimony  of  (ieoiuc  W  .  l'..aril.-h-e.  In 
I.-144,  at  K.Mdiester,  New  'K.ik.i..-  .-vcix  .itc.l  an  ordi- 
nary well  six  feet  in  diameter  ml  tw.h.  to  iitteen 
feet  down  to  limeslime  ro<-k  of  1  p.-  iliar  t'onnation. 
and  then  from  two  to  live  Ic,  t  int..  the  rock.  The 
strata  were  thick— two  or  thi-.-  |..t  -  an.l  wit  lion  t 
fissures.      Finding  it  diflicult  to  hh.w  ..il^  tlo'  t.«  k   I.y 


JuLV   13,  t88o. 


U.  S.  PATENT  OFFICE. 


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ordiiiai'v    Ida-tin^,  li"   ilri'.'.l    a   ;  ^v.i-iucU   lioh-    in    tin 
center  (d' the  exca\  at  1011   t..   the   dcjitb   <d"  f.nir  of   live 
feet,  with. nit  striking;  th.    w.uer   h.-   ant  i(i])at<  .1         He 
tliiMi  I  lilt  a  charge  of  p.iw  .!.-f  m  :i  tin  .a,.'  into  t  In-  hole   | 
ami  liri'.!  it  hy  a  fn-.-,      W'ii.ii  lii.'.i  th.'  vvaici   liad  risen   ; 
over  th.'  h..h'.  a,  h.-  sa\s,  tlire<'  or  tonr  Icet.      Tin-  re     I 
Miilt  ol'  thi'  i'\ph.,i  .11  wa-.  be   thinks,  to   reacli    a    sub-   ! 
stratimi  ..t'  water,  t'.n   whi.  h    h.'  was  seeking.       Hefore 
til.'  !>hi-l  h>'  .-.Mihl  ii.iil  .ml  ih.   well  with  a  bucket,  ami 
aflei waril  In-  .on hi  m.t .      1'   a  ...ihi.  w."  think,  be  a  very 
uiiw  arratili'.l  .  .im  I  ii-i.>n  I..  <lia\\    t'loir,  H.'ard-iee's  evi- 
deii.  e  that  hi-  c\p.Tiinent  was  an  anticipatnm  ..t  Kob- 
eit-'-  |>ro. .  — .      111.    well  wiis  ill  no  sense  an  Arlesiau 
w,  li.       111.-  .  artii'lu.-  wa-  thirteen  or  fourteen  inches 
i.ni^.  ami  it   w.a-ot  smh  a  diaim'teras  t«»  fill   the  ^ol« 
luring  it-  hn;^tli       It  was  not  arranged  in  a  position 
having   |i.irtiiiilar  nlereine   to    the   place   where    the 
ellecl  of  an  .xplo-ion  was  desired.       It   reste.l  on   the 
liotiom    ol    th.'    lioh-  without   being   suspended.     Ob- 
viously it  w  a-  1     ase  of  ordinary  blasting.    The  pro|)or- 
tion  to  whi.  h  th.   Inde  was  tilled  with  powder — about 
onethi.l     ,,  tin    jiroporfioi)   re(|iiired   and  ordinarily   : 


a.h.pti-.l  III  .  iimm.iii  blasting.  (I  Kitighi'-  M'  <  h:ini<'al 
I  >i.t  ionar\. '-'.'"«  I'hiinly  the  purpose  was  to  hhiwcnit 
tlic  roi  k  aho\.-  Ill,-  cartridge  into  the  well.  We  fail 
t.i  ,.  t  th  i.h  ntiiv  of  such  a  process  with  exjdoding  a 
tot  p.-ilo  III  iii>  Imn.lic!  t. .  I  I.I-1..W  the  surface  <d"  the 
gr.iiimi.  ami  hch.w  the  Liji  ot  the  rock  thrnngh  which 
an  \rtesi,iii  w.'il  has  been  sunk,  ;ind  exjilodiiig  it  at 
t  h.'  I'xa.t  point  111  I  111'  w  .11  w  h.  le  t  lo'  .-tl.-.  1  of  such  an 
explosion  i-  .l.'-ir.-.l,  with  a  w  at.  t  lamping  siithcient 
to  I  iMitiii.  th.-  eti.-cl  I.I  the  vniiiii  \  ..['  n-  location.  But 
till-  I-  mit  at!  of  BeanlHlee',  !.-,i  i  m..ii\ .  It  iloes  not 
ai'pi'af  that  h.-  icii.a'.-.l  In-  .x  p.riment  for  \  .-at -.  In 
Mas.  l-i'..">,  aiicr  h'.ih.it,  hoi  .ipplied  for  a  pjitent,  lie 
went  to  tin-  oil  rc;,Mi>ii,  having  ineaiiwliile  made  ex- 
(..•lini.  nt-  ami  ma im tactured  apparatus  to  determine 
the  I'.^I  iiKiho.l  of  liriiig,  ami  tli.ti  .xperimented  in 
linng  loi[ieiloc-  in  oil  well-.  He  aiipcar.-  to  have  had 
very  poor  SUCCCS-.  lii-  t  rial- were  sub-tant  itil  failures. 
Evhh'iitly  he  ili.i   11. .t    ic^ai'l   ili.-m    a-   ;iii\ilii'i^    more 

than  >\p''i lit-,  ami  unsiiccessl'iil  ouch,      lie  rei  eivcd 

nothing  tor  I  hem.  aud  in  July  next  following  he  left 
the  regi.>n  ami  never  retnnnMl.  Then  a  successful 
mod.'  ..t  tv  |.i...liii^  a  t.ii  p.  do  in  un  oil-wtdl  was  in  de- 
in.ind.  ami  il  Ins  op.r.it  miis  had  revealed  it  it  is  in- 
.  i.mIiI.I.'  that  it  wouhl  have  h. .  n  abainloned. 

I  )  11  at  tint  ion  vv  a-  in  \  1  .lirectr-d  to  1 1n-   rh.>inas  well 

aii.l  tl pttation-  th.  ic.      Mr.   Thoiinu-,  in    l-.")~,  maile 

an  appli.a' 1..11  of  a  i>hi-!  in  a  Lore  lioj.'  sunk  in  tin' 
holtoin  ot' an  or.lmarv  well.  In.'  w.'i:  w.is  sunk  about 
I  i^hiv  le.  t  thr.ni^h  .  Ia\  .  the  in-ide  diameter  beingsix 
1. 1  t  ami  t..iii  mill.-.  \\  h.nllie  rock  was  rea(died  .some 
water  u  ,1-  toll  11: 1.  I  h.  .  \.  .i\  ation  was  then  con  I  i  lined 
-.omc  liltein  or  >ixte.-n  t.'.-t  ilii..ii;;h  -..h.i  rock,  the 
watir  Hoini  w  hat  iinieasing.  A  bore-lnde  about  four 
111.  he- in  dianictcr  w.is  then  -nnk  fitnn  the  .enter  <d' 
t  he  hoitoni  thirty-si'v  en  f.  <\  >[<■,],.  lli.'  w  at.  1  m.i-.  a-.'d 
.liiiiiig  thi-  pioees,s.  .\  eartiidg.'  of  p..w.li  1  v\as  then 
|iho  <>1  III  the  1. oil. Mil  of  the  bole  hole  and  exploded  by 
a  Ills.'  i.  ailing  to  a  c.irlridge  I  hnni-li  ,a  ga-  pipe  The 
.artinUe  wa,  an  india-rubber  tiihc  maii.-  t..  lit  ihe 
h..|e,  ami  It  .  .iiitaiiicl  aboilt  twelve  feet  of  powder. 
The  w.it.r  tiih-.l  th-  tmh'  ahoNe  tlie  cartihlge  and  a 
|,.ot    .If  t  w  .1   w  a-   in   t  h.-   hot  t..  Ill   ot   till-   will.        1  In  le  w  a, 

II. I  other  tamping:,       lln    n  -nil  of  the  l.i.i-i    ,.'.iii.  .1  !.. 


be  -.iiiit'  iiii'feasi- 1 II  t  h.  \v  at.i .  .\  ,.■.  .ni.l  hla-t  w  ;i-  t  hen 
m.'l.le  aft.  I  the  !i.>  .  ha.i  been  extended  live  ..i  -x  J.-et 
deeper,  hilt  there  wa-  -till  an  in.-ufiii  ictuy  ot  w  atef. 
In  rt>gard  to  this  .  xp<  iitnent  it  is  to  l>e  ohserve^l  that 
it  had  the  charaeterrstics  of  ordinary  blasting.  Ih. 
blast  was  at  the  bottom  of  the  hole.  The  Inde  was 
filled  by  the  cartridge  twelve  feet— about  one-thiid  of 
its  depth — the  proportion  to  common  blasting.  1  h.  le 
was  an  oi»eii  siia<'e  above  of  about  thirty-six  sijiiare 
feet.  It  might  have  been  expected  that  the  rock  be- 
tween the  blast  and  that  open  space  would  have  I..  .  ti 
broken  aud  lifUMi,  if  not  blown  out.  A  mi.  h  t;;.  ..'i  r 
quant  i'\  of  rock  has  been  moved  in  soni.'  ca-es.  I  he 
.secoiul  llia.^l  lielovv  seems  to  indii-ate  such  an  intention. 
However  this  may  have  been,  Thoma- -  wa-  a  -.ngh- 
exi>eriment.  He  never  rei>eated  it.  Though  he  ^ank 
many  wells  afterward,  he  dug  them  of  the  ordinary 
size — six  feet  in  diameter — and  on  rea<  hiiig  rock  blew 
out  the  bottom  liy  ordinary  blasting.  It  .seems  never 
to  have  occurred  to  him,  or  to  any  person  who  saw  it. 
that  it  was  a  piocej*s  that  was  u.seful  or  that  cotihl  be 
applied  to  Artesian  wells  hundreds  of  feet  deep — some 
of  them  lifleen  hundre<l  or  more — of  uniform  bofefrom 
the  surface  of  the  ground.  Though  it  Wiis  tried  in 
publi<'  and  was  somewhat  remarkable  in  its  character, 
it  never  suggested  i..  Mr.  Thomas  or  to  anyone  that  it 
could  be  applies!  to  increase  the  ]iri»duetiveness  of  oil- 
wells,  though  some  successful  process  of  causing  ei- 
jdosioiis  at  particular  jtoiiits  in  such  wells  was  very 
much  needed  and  very  much  considered.  It  may,  we 
think,  very  properly  be  denominated  an  abandoned  ex- 
jierimeiit,  never  perfected  so  as  to  reveal  the  process 
Koberts  afterward  discovered. 

1  >r  the  Boltze  explosion  we  propose  U)  sjiv  nothing 
more  than  we  said  in  I'uhrrtM  v.  Dickft/.  Mailliferl's 
blasting  WHS  ujioii  the  surface,  and  though  il  hliow<'d 
water-tamping  to  h.  useful  and  effective  in  some  cir- 
cumstances, it  bore  no  resemblance  to  the  process  «'x- 
hibiled  in  the  complainant's  patent.  It  may  be  that 
water  tamping  or  the  resistance  (»f  a  body  of  water 
above  a  blast  ha.l  been  known  before  Roberts  applieil 
it  in  his  process,  Inii  water-tamping  is  but  one  element 
of  that  process. 

The  other  alleged  anticipation  of  Rolwrts's  iuventiou 
requires  but  brief  notice.  The  first  oil-well  was  bore«l 
by  Colonel  Drake  in  August,  1KV.».  In  the  September 
following  .\.  W.  K'aymond  coinnience<l  drilling  one  and 
stcqtped  drilling  in  the  ,ptiiiu  ot  l-i'.  In  the  sum- 
mer or  fall  of  that  year  he  atlcmptid  to  exjdode  in  the 
well  a  tin  case  tille<l  with  ]»ovvder;  but  the  fuse  went 
out,  the  ease  collapse<l,  ami  he  never  tried  the  experi- 
im  nt  a-a  II  In  May  or  .lune,  lrt>(t,  Henry  H.  Dennis 
unsiiccc— Inil.v  exploded  a  torpedo  in  an  oil-well  and 
ali.indoiied  the  experiment. 

Ill  1-r.o  .lohii  (  lord  exploded  a  tor|>edo  in  a  well 
some  two  hiiiidied  and  forty-i-ight  feet  deep,  em|>loying 
a  ronu'l  f>r  (ddong  tin  can  tilled  with  powder.  It  bad 
a  noz/le  w  ith  a  screw-thiea<l  on  the  end  of  it.  To  this 
I  he  screweil  a  gaspipe  of  sulticient  lengih,and  dro|i]»e<l 
a  heated  iron  down  the  jupe  into  the  torpedo,  thus  caus- 
ing Ihc  torpe<lo  to  explode.  The  cxptrimeiit  was  a 
complete  failure,  and  the  well  was  abanibuied.  How 
Foiil  legardeil  it  is  shown  by  the  fact  that  he  afterward 

ll-nl   b'.dierts's  pHM'ess  a|)plied  to  his  wells. 

Another  tori>edo  was  fired,  in  1H4«0,  on  the  8tackiH>Ie 
hit  111  w  lib  like  ill  success,  and  the  experiment  was  not 


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OFFICIAL  GAZETTE 


July  13,  1880. 


r*'pfat««l.  {jt'Or;:t'  I'..  Walln-r  aUd  iiiadr  an  misiK  <fs-tiii 
ex|>criment,  inl-'i".  at  li.luMir.-.  <  uIht  d  mt  l.'^s.'xiieri- 
tnwnU.-ire  proved  t<>  liavr  l>t<ii  muir.  1  lif  Kei<l  trials 
we  fully  con9i(l(-re«l  in  Uohnti  v.  Imkni.  iixl  it  istimii'C- 
ewarv  to  wiy  more  of  tluMn.  W  .  r.  i,  r.  however,  to 
t  i.  iv],.»rt  of  the  examinerH  iti  a  case  of  interference, 
No.  :!.h:)0.  ilaf^fl  .Inlv  l^.  l~v;i. 

It  may  We  notiteil  Mif  mosi  ct  r'l.—  misiiccessfiil 
experiments  were  fiiidi  in  l-(.n,,r  l-'l  Roberts  con- 
c.Mve«l  the  i<lea  ^>\  lii>  i.r..,.-,H  m  l-r,J,  aii<l  in  H'M  ho 
applied  for  his  paitnt,  \y  t..  that  tun.-  llit-reisno 
]»roof  that  any  torp.-'lo  hail  h.-.n  ixii'n.l.d  iii  an  oil- 
well  with  any  siil>>fatifially  jioo.l  nsiiltH.  Nnmenms 
exjMTimentH  had  ht't'u  \\\r<\  ami  ahanihincd  ;  hnt  when 
the  Ii'oImtIs  i)nvesM  \va.->  in.il  it  wa-  imtiwiliatelv  suc- 
ceHsTiil.  The  first  trial  im  tra-.-.l  ilir  piM.iu.  tion  ..f  oil 
sixty  liarnls  a  day  atnl  ih--  pi. >..-.,  has  ,  ..ntinned  to 
he  a  stifcess.  I  >iiiil)f  h-s^  Hi. n-  his  h..ii  an  occasional 
failure,  hnt  in  comparison  \Mih  a  ...niph'te  success  it 
has  been  very  rare.  It  is  in  pro..r  ih  n  it  hasmcreaaed 
production  at  hast  (.nc  hall  m  sonic  wells,  from  five 
to  six  barrels  a  da>  lu  '<'.\*-  huiKlr.'.l.  and  in  a  single 
territory  alonj;  ( >il  Cn-ck.  \\  h. n-  "n.  .>|icrator  operated, 
it  has  increased  tin  i.ni.lii.ii.m  several  hundred  thou- 
sands of  barrels.  \u  thf  i'.iadtoid  nil  district,  where  the 
daily  pnxlnction  is  ir.un  t  «  int\  t  \\  o  thotis.-ind  five  hnn- 
drtMl  to  twenty-five  th.Hi^aihl  l.aiitlH  daily,  one-half  is 
pntved  to  l»e  duo  to  i  h.  i;..liertH  inveiiti<m.  The  cause 
that  works  such  results  i  annot  be  the  same  as  that  ex- 
hibited ill  the  uliaiidonf.!  .■vpcrinwnts.  lloldinj^  them 
up  as  antici[)ations  ..i  ih.  patent..!  device  is  another 
il  lust  tilt  ion  of  what  is  very  Cimiinon— an  attempt  to 
defe.it  a  meritorious  patented  invention  by  proof  that 
sotnelhin^  similar  IkkI  l>.-.n  pi.viously  known,  though 
it  h.id  never  br.-n  p.i  1. .  i.il,  ami  had  never  been  any 
useful  «M)ntribiition  t<>  hiniaii  knowledfje  or  conven- 
ien<-e.  We  conclud.  what  wc  have  to  say  upon  this 
branch  of  the  case  by  quoting  what  we  said  in   the 

former  case : 

KoIhtIm  WiiM  tli<>  tlr-it  t.i  riMJiici'  llie  iiitMlioil  inveiiteil  to  actual 
mill  Hiui  eHKliil  )ii:i<liri'.  anil  all  that  wan  ilmn'  bv  "tluTH  may  Ixi 
nmiMTh  <laBKiti.<l  iinioli;;  iiii«M<<f jwfiil  cxiH-rimentK.  However 
«in:.,'i-*ti\t'  lli»<\  may  liavn  b^-t^i,  tlu'V  liOinot  Im>  lumlo  .ivHilalile  to 
il.-fV-iil  II  pat<-iit  ui-iiiil<-<l  to  iOi  invoiifor  who.  HiihM)M|iii-iit1v  to  tin* 
,  lailiirt-  of  oilii-iH,  r«xliiri-<l  his  iilrii  to  insMtir.-  and  rt-vciltsl  to  tht! 
]Mihbi'  II  IIS.  till  pt.M-.'SH  wliicli  th<-  ciinle  ami  fi  iiith'ss  i-xp.iamfiitH 
ol'  ollieis  ha<l  not  m,.»4b'  known.  In  I'urkhnrU  v.  Ktntinan.  i\ 
Itlati  hf  ,  4m  I  Mr..(iistice  Mason  siiiil :  •  (.'i mlt*  anil  nusiicceasful 
cxiMTiiin-nts,  i-ipiivoial  in  tlit-ir  icsiilts.  ami  iht-n  iiivi'ii  iip  for 
M-nrs.  cannot  prevail  auaiusf  an  original  invriilor  w  lio  liail  per 
i.sli'ii  his  inipiov..iiHnl  ami  (>hlaim*<l  a  pat*-nt.'  Thi-ri'  laii  !»■  no 
U.|t«M  ••vkI.-im..  that  all  th.'  trials  of  lilastini:  in  oil  w.lls  whith 
wt-H"  iiiaili-  Is'loif  III)' ('omplainant  (  WoIm-iIs)  ohtaineil  liis  pulfnt 
wi-if  iinniatiirt- ami  iiia<h-M"al'*  lo  the  acioniplishiiu-ut  of  the  tle- 
slivil  ri'siilt  thiMi  till-  fait  tliiit  th»«\  »■•!..  almmloiifil  ami  the  pot- 
i-iit.s-  s  imllnsl  was  r.  soiIimI  to  as  s.s«ti  as  it  iM-caiiif  known.  <Vr 
Uiiii  it  U,  a  ^r.at  Ii.m.ii  has  Woen  nivt-n  l.i  the  oil  pnslil"  uitf  reKlon. 
sonH'tliiii;:  lias  Ikm-ii  nmifivcd  ami  worki-il  out  that  has  iinuiennely 
iii.  ii-tts.-irpro<lucti.>ii.  It  is  coiiIVskj-iIIv  <'nilMMli.<l  in  this  paii-u- 
lif  s  imthixl.  ami  it  is  iIi-m  riheil  in  his  imtnit.  Ciitain  it  is  that 
no  on.-  of  \\w  .xiHMimtiittrs  vrlume  tcstiiuoliy  w»*  have  b«»eu  mtu- 
niileriit;;  can  say  '  1  iliil  it.' 

Our  conclusion,  then,  is  ihat   tli.-  <h  t.  inlant  baa  not 

H.iccceilfd  ill  showing:  thai  '  h"  I'alciit  No.  ti,"i,'>rt  is 
invalid  t'iir  w  ant  .>f  noM'lix  ainl  .iriumalily  of  the  in- 
vention ..1  t.>r  any  uih.'i  n-.ison.  1  li.'  patent  is  there- 
|"iiri'  -.M-tai  n.  .!. 

1  nr  .1.  t.ii. hint's  answer  snbstant iai ' v  admits  the  in- 
tVin-.-ni.-nt  .  iiar.^.  .1.  In  destri  In  ti^  tin-  ni  xle  of  tor- 
,„.,i,,i,i^  .,11  1,1 1  \N.-ri  pra.  In  .-d  li>  hini  ami  his  servants, 
;,i;,  ul~.  an.l  .■iiiph>\.s  sin..-  t  In-  :'.<!  .la  >.  ..t'  .\pril.  I'^T."). 
It  st.it  1-  t  liai  ir..n  .a  sin:.:  is  pnt  .low  n  \\  ii  inn  the  well 
(,,  ;,  puiiit  ii.h.w  v\  h.ii-  In-sh-w  at.  i  \ .  ins  .nr  su  'i.  k  in 
h.nm:;.  ami  t  ln'  Imhc  is  t  hen  [iroirciril  i|.>w  n  until  the 
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oil-h.'aring  rock  is  reached.  A  pnnip-tnl.e  is  then  in- 
serted throu>jh  the  casing  and  lowered  down  into  the 
oil  rock.  This  relates  to  the  construction  of  the  well. 
The  answer  then  proieedsto  say  that  if  it  is  deem,  d 
advisable  to  try  the  e\  i"  i  iin.-nt  <>t'  torpcdomji  the  w.ll 
the  sucker-ro«l  and  tubing  ate  drawn,  ami  the  will  is 
left  with  the  casing  in  it  to  keei>  the  w  ater  froni  .  oni- 
ing  in,  meaning,  of  courst-.  onl\  that  from  the  Irish- 
water  veins.  The  tor|»edo  is  ih.-n  pla<-.-.l  at  such  ]>oint 
as  the  manager  of  the  well  ma\  dinci.  and  is  exploded. 
No  water  or  other  fluid  is  put  into  the  well  or  pennitted 
to  come  into  it.  so  far  as  it«  entianc-  .an  he  eontiolle.l, 
and  fresh  water  is  effectually  excluded  h\  ihe.asint:. 
No  extraneous  fluid  is  ever  ititrodneed  into  the  well. 
though  it  in.ay,  ami  sontetimes  .l...s,  happen  that  linn 
will  be  Hnid  in  the  well  abov.  theiH.mtat  whnhthe 
exjdosion  is  effected,  but  it  will  be  only  oil  ois.iii-w  aier 
and  oil  which  comes  in,  if  at  all,  tit  p.inis  1..  lo\\  the 
casing.  an<l  no  regard  is  phw-ed  to  its  jiLsem  e  so  loni; 

as  it  does  not  fill  up  I  he  well  to  the  bott >i'  tin  casing. 

Smdi  fluid  cannot  be  exclude«l  as  the  fr.sh  water  \. ms 
can  be  ami  are  by  the  ctising.  nor  is  .iii\  r.;;ai.l  jianl  to 
the  absence  of  fluid  in  the  well.  I.e.  ins.  ilnnl  !>  m.t  at 
all  desired,  nor  is  it  relie<l  upon  for  any  etl.i  t  to  l><' pf-. 
ducedthereby.  Such  is  thedefendant's<les<rii>tion.  It 
will  be  olmerved  he  diH's  not  deny  that  w  at.  r-lampini: 
always  attendshis  |inM'ess,  and  th-  proot  is  .put.'  .  h  ai 
that  in  pra«lice  he  litis  alw.ays  bad  a  body  ol  ilnnl  in 
the  well  above  the  torpedo,  which,  of  c.nirse,  ..p.  rit.d 
as  tamping,  and  thus  he  has  succeed. •.!  m  imi.aMnir 
the  pr(«lucti<m  of  oil  and  <d»taiuing  ih.  i.  sulis  w  hi.  h 
the  Kobertw  process  s»'cures. 

It  istoo  obvious  ft»r  denial  that  tier,    is  no.s,.Mtial 
difference  l»etween  this   jtrocess    as   il.s.iil..,l    m    the 
answer  and  that  describe«l  in  the  Uob.ris  pai.  m    nn 
less  it  be  that  the  defendent  ilo.-s  not  till  tin   well  vvuh 
water  up  to  its  top. 

To  establish  that  tis  an  ess<-ntial  difference  we  are 
asked  to  give  a  very  strict  .and  Innit.'.l  eonsirncti.ni  to 
the  patent,  and  to  hold  it  indispensuhl.    to  t  h.'  i;..herts 
pnu'ess  that  «nperinciimbent-rtuid  tampnn:    1..    iniro- 
«luce<l  or  ailmitted  intti  the  well  and  use,!  then  in  sal. 
stantially  as  descrilxMl,  the  well   bem-   .niinl\  iiH.d 
with  water  or  fluid.   It  is  said  that  if  tin    w.ll  l..  nli.  .1 
np  to  the  top  the  casing  will  be  desiro\..!   !■>  tin    ex- 
])losion  or«lisplaeed.  and  that    I>'..1.,  rts  .1...-    m.t    n.n% 
use  his  own  process  or  allow  the  s\ater  n.   ris.'    in    iln 
well  above  the  bottom  <d'  the   Ciisinu   ..r   np  to  it         In 
short,  the  argument  is,  that  becans.  t  h.- .1.  t.  ii.lani  .!..  - 
nor  allow  the  fluitl  in  the  well  to  riseal-..^--  tli.'  I.oii'  in 
of  the  casing  wln-n  he  ex[d(>«les  a  torpedo  in  a  w.ll  his 
priK^ess  is  not  the  same  as  that  ot   K.ih.ris.  win.  h   re- 
(luires  the  well  to  l>e  entirely  lille.l.      llf    n  ;:uni.  ni    is 
plausible, 'but  unsound.       It   n-'piires   in  nnnasonahl.' 
construction  of  the  jtatent.       l...okinL:  to  tin    speeili.  ,i 
tiou,  it  is  evitlent  thai  t  h.    pr.'sen-'.-  ..1  tin'  siip-'iin.  nin- 
iK-nf  column  of  water  was  re^,n.i>-.l    -"is   iss.n!  i.il   ..nl\ 
for  siitlicient  tampingof  tin-  hhist       li  is  n..t  araiii..n- 
stnictiim  of  it  that  it  re.nnr.s  liie  \\.!1   to  he   tilh-.l    t.. 
the  t4ip.     Its  language  is.  w  h.  n  th.-  Ilask  has  ii-a.  h.-.l 
a  positiono|>posite  theoil-lM  anii^  r...  k.  where  theetiect 
of  an  explosion  is  desiretl — 

If  the  wrll  nlMiTf.  shoidrt  not  Iw  llll.sl  «  nh  v  ;ii.  i  «  li.  i.  ili.  il.i-k 
is  h-t  ilowu  iwhich  will  alin.ist  alwavs  U.  tli.  .as,  iinl.ss  n  lui- 
Iw-eli  pnm|»-<l  o.iK  il  l*  th.u  to  l.i-  till. si  up  l>.(..ri-  tli.-  .  i.iii.iits  ..I 
th.'  Ilask  111.-  it:nit.-.I.  The  .ohiiiin-.l  » at.  i  I  le-ti  iL.'w  ll..  f1a»k 
will  Iw  of  so  jir'-at  gravity  »s  to  coi.nii.-  th.   .it. .  i  ..f  th.  .•\|i1..-i..il 


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t..  th.-   r.H  k   in  th.- nnimsliat.    \  i.  iiiity  of  the  tiask,  without  niate- 
li.ilK  ;ill.  .  tint:  th.-  str-atiinis  of  i.sk  al.ovp,  ami  I  niak<>  use   of  if 

li.I    tlliil    ).ill  jiiis,- 

It  is  obvious  fr.itii  this  that  all  the  ]iatentee  sought 
was  a  siith.  lent  colnnin  ..)'  \\  at.-r  thus  to  confine  the  ef-  ! 
t'.'et  ofth.-  blast.  Tin- . lire. -ti.ui  t..  till  up  tin-  well, .if  not 
alr.-ady  lilhd,  was  (or  that  purp.is.-  onfy-and  thati>nr- 
pos.-  is  to  be  kept  in  now  m  the  construction  of  the 
paT.-nt  and  in  follow^;:  its  .lireotions.  It  is  not  to  be 
inlVrred  tV.>tii  tin-  lan^nau.  ns.-.l  that  in  all  cases  the 
well  is  to  h.-  tilh-.l  t<.  th.-  very  t.tp.  The  spt'cification 
IS  uit.inl.-.l  to  inloftn  tliose  who  tire  skille.l  in  the  art 
t.>  wln.h  it  r.-'at'-s.  an.l  it  is  to  be  such  that  tin-  pro- 
cess may  b'  a.h  ant.i-.  .nisly  used  by  them,  and  if  it  Ik; 
siidi.  1.  tit  for  tlnir  ilire.tion  it  is  all  the  law  re<iuirps. 
.\s  was  sai.l  in  M.^mi  v.  Whitunf,  14  Wall.,  fi4r),  "it 
w..nhl  be  most  nnnasoiiable  to  n«a<l  the  dinictions  of 
th.-  -p.-.  ill.  atnin  w  it  liotit  reference  to  the  object  they 
h.i\.-  in  \  iew."  Ii-.m  this  subject  we  refer  at  Ijirge  to 
what  w,is  s.ihl  11,  till'  case,  and  especially  t«  pages 
(.t:?-i;.  It  has  a  .111..  ;  bearing  upon  the  subject  we 
an-  now  coiisiib-i mg.  (See,  also,  Tiltjinon  v.  )fil(liiU,2 
Fisher.  .'.H.  1 

At  ill.'  tun.  will  II  the  Robert*  pat-etit  was  granted 
oil-w.  lis  wm-  ...inii.aratively  shallow, not  much,  if  any, 
..ver  livi-  hiimlr.'.l  I'.'et  deep.  Very  many  of  them  were 
m.t  nion-  than  half  that  <lepfh,  iiml  s«une  were  not 
iiior.'  th.in  tr.ni  t.irty  to  seventy  feet  deep.  Few  of 
till  111.  It  an>,  h.i.l  any  (tasing  exterior  to  the  tubes 
thr..n;,'h  uhnh  tin-  ]>nmping  was  done.  Later  the 
.h-|>lliorih.  iHin-s  has  been  greatly  incre.ased.  It  now 
is  ill  i\  I  ti  thn.ii^h  an  upper  of  what  is  called  a  "surface 
in.  k  "  and  below  thn.iigh  one.  two,  or  three  oil-he:iring 
nx-ks.  ,Vs  the  casing  only  extemls  down  to  the  surface 
rock,  th.-r.  is  ^'enerally  a  much  greater  length  of  bore 
b.  low  than  above.  rinn-  m.ay  be,  therefore,  and  such 
we  appr.-h.'ii.l  is  gen. -rally  the  case,  a  suthcient  ecdumn 
of  water  111  th.-  bor.-  b.-low  the  casing  and  above  the 
torp.-.lo  to  answer  al!  tin-  iiiiip..~.-~  of  Huid-taniping 
conteniidate.l  h\  tie-  patent,  li  the  wells  be,  as  in 
many  distri.  ls  th.-v  an-,  tifteen  hundred  feet  ileep,  and 
the  ciisiiii:  .-xt.  nils  tVoni  three  to  five  hunilred  feet  to 
tin-  sill  la.  .  ..rupp.-i  ro<  k.  which  is  more  than  itnsually 
do.-s.  thf-n-  will  1'.-  liiindr.'ds  of  feet  Ixdmv  the  casing 
an.rab.ix.-  tie-  p..  nt  of  the  •■xplosion  which  may  be 
tille.l  v.ith  liunl  tamping  more  than  the  entire  dejith 
111  tin    w.-ll.  as  lli.->    wi-rein  [r^M. 

Now  .  an\  op.-ratoi  w  ithcoinmon  sense,  having  knowl- 
e.lgr  of  oil  w.-lis.  .in.i  having  iioberts's  patent  before 
hiin.  an.l  thus  being  informed  of  the  object  it  seeks  to 
SI.  111.  by  wall!  lamsiing,  cannot  fail  to  see  that  he 
a.-.'.Hiiplishes  all  tin-  )iaient  |iroposes.  se(-ures  all  the 
tatni.im.^  n.-eilcl  by  a  eolunin  olllnid  wholly  below  the 
casing,  ami  that  a  column  pi;rmitte«l  to  c<Mneup  to  the 
surface  of  tin-  gnniml  would  be,  not  merely  useless, 
but  positively  hurt  I  in.  Hew.tnld  be  no  skillful  oiH'ra- 
lor  if  he  dill  tn.t  p.f..-i\.-  that  Koherts  intended  no 
iinneeessaix  tilling:  w  In  n  his  avowed  pur|M>se  w:m  to 
IIS.-  tin  water  for  the  pnrp.isc  of  confining  the  etVect  of 
th.-  .  xplosioii  to  t  he  vicinity  of  the  point  at  which  the 
t  or]ie.!o  is  jila.  ed. 

\\  .■  must  hold,  ther.lor.-.  that  the  averment  of  the 
bill  that  the  iiateiil  has  be.-n  infringetl  by  the  defentl- 
ant,  ami  that  he  has  been  using  tin-  process  which  be- 
lon.'-s  cx.'lnsivelv  to  tin-  e.nnpl  ii  naiits,  is  sustained,  and 
we  shall  decree  aii  or.ll  ugly. 

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\\  i-  jL-is-  m  xt  to  till'  .  harge  made  in  the  bill  that  th.- 
defemiaiit  h  i^  intViiim-d  I'at^nit  No.  47.4.>,  granle<l  on 
th.  -"til  ..1  -\pti..  I-''..'.,  to  Edward  A.  L.  Robert*,  and 
assigned  to  the  complainants.  That  patent  was,  as  we 
have  heretofore  stated,  for  a  lu'w  and  useful  inijirove- 
nient  in  iipi>aratns  for  exploding  guujmwder  or  other 
expl<)sive  material  in  Artesian  or  other  similar  wells. 
To  understand  the  device  it  is  necessary  to  notice  both 
the  object  sought  to  be  accomplished  .and  the  manner 
contrive<l  for  attaining  it.  The  evil  sought  to  be  over- 
come is  thus  described  in  the  specification  :  It  has  al- 
ways been  foiinil  ditlicnlt  to  explode  gunpowder  in  a 
vessel  in  the  water  8(>veral  hiimlred  feet  below  t lie  sur- 
face an<l  at  any  given  point  above  the  lw)ttom  of  an 
Artesian  well,  for  two  reasons:  First,  that  the  powder 
is  liable  to  b«.come  dampened  from  exposure  to  the 
water  about  the  jdace  where  it  is  eonnect.«>d  with  the 
machiniTV  for  igniting  it;  and,  second,  such  nia<'hinery 
being  usually  cotuuH-t^d  with  the  toi<  of  the  vessel  con- 
tJiining  the  jKiwder,  whi<h  is  nsnally  a  flask  made  of 
considerable  length  in  order  to  h<dd  siilhcient  powder 
to  creat*^  the  force  re<iiiin'd  upon  its  explosion,  the 
|M>wder  is  very  li.ibh^  to  s«'ttle  (low  n  so  far  in  the  fltisk, 
on  account  of  the  motion  and  jamming  that  it  neces- 
sarily undergfM's  in  being  jdaceil  in  position,  as  to  fall 
lieyond  the  reach  of  the  Are  intendeil  to  ignite'  it. 

It  wiis  thes*>  haztmls  that  the  patent<><l  devi<e  was 
intended  to  nieef.  It  is  a  ctmibination  of  a  flask  to 
contain  pow<leror  some  explosive  material,  constructed 
with  a  close  cover,  a  i>riming  <haiul>er  in  the  cover, 
l»eing  a  tube  extending  down  into  the  interior  of  tlio 
flask,  a  hollow  nipple  in  the  ni>i»«T  part  of  the  priming- 
chamber  for  the  jMirpose  of  receiving  a  percussion-cap 
on  its  upp.r  end,  and  a  guard  aronml  tin-  nipple  ex- 
tending above  it  about  one  inch,  serving  as  a  guide  to 
a  Indt  and  keeping  it  in  place  directly  over  the  ni)iple, 
the  bolt  being  used  to  explode  the  cap  on  the  nipjde 
and  sliding  easily  in  the  nipple-guard.  A  jdng  is  useil 
t«  stop  the  lower  end  of  the  priming-chamber.  This 
de.scrii>tion  will  l>e  more  fully  understotid  by  observing 
the  nio<le  of  operation  of  the  ileviee.  The  flask  is  filled 
with  powder  and  the  priming-chamber  ahso,  its  bottom 
'being  <los«'d  by  the  plug  inserted  tightly  enough  to 
keep  the  powder  from  falling  out,  but  not  so  tightly 
that  it  will  not  be  driven  out  when  the  material  in  the 
priming-chamber  ex})lode».  A  percu9.sion-cap  isplaceil 
on  the  nipple,  the  lower  end  of  tlie  bolt  is  ]dRce<l  in 
the  guard,  an  india-ruhl)er  tube  is  drawn  over  the 
giianl  ami  bolt  and  tied  closidy  jit  its  lower  end  around 
the  guard  and  at  its  nitper  around  the  head  cd'  the  liolt 
to  k. .  p  the  percussion-cap  ilry.  Thus  equipjKtl  the 
apparalns  is  lowered  to^ts  proposi'd  p(»sition  in  the 
well,  and  the  toriK'do  isexploiled  by  dropping  a  weight, 
guided  by  the  wire  that  sustains  it,  which  forces  the 
boil  upon  the  percussion  cap,  thereby  exploding  the 
pow.ier  ill  the  jiriming-chainber  and  forcing  the  tire 
and  the  ping  into  conlact  with  the  explosive  material 
in  the  fltisk. 

It  is  this  combination  of  the  flask,  the  priming-cham- 
ber, tin-  ping,  (shutting  otfthe  chamber  from  the  iMvdy 
of  th.-  liask.i  and  the  niitple  which  is  the  first  claim  <)f 
tb,  pat.  Ill  li  constitutes  the  tirst  claim.  After  an 
exainiii.it ion  ol  the  pateiifeil  combination  and  the  de- 
vice of  the  d.leiidant,  w  hie  h  it  is  admitted  he  has  used, 
boih  ot  wliili  have  been  before  us,  we  cannot  doubt 
that   tins  an-  siibsiant  ialls   th.-  satin-.      The  dilVereii.-es. 


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H(i  far  ,1-  tli'A  .-M^t.-nc  iiKfU  Inriiial.  I'ln-  function 
pfrl'iiriii-''!  i' .  •  i'  !.  'Iin  icf  i-<  the  .sam--.  lb-'  iiiuil.-  uf  )>.t- 
foriiiHK  1-  i,>  «iil)slaiili!illy  tin-  sain'-  in  .-a.-li.  ami  flit* 
.•U-niintH  of  the  combination  art-  tonnd  in  ta.  h  rinmo 
.■i.Mn.  ntH  are  four.  Ka.  h  ha^  a  ila-k  fo  lontain  nli^t^^- 
rial  t'cir  a  Mast,  ami  ••ai-li  lia^k  havuit^  a  roviT.  It  i.s 
iimn at.rial  how  tlip  cover  iw  ,itta<  hod  to  the  ImmI.v. 
1  h.  mode  of  attarhincnt  con-nr ni.  -  no  part  of  what 
the  |iatontee  claiinH,  nor  in  tht>  ■>!  ip'-  of  tli»<  rover. 
FUith  (levices  jdainlv  have  rcfereiK  <•  to  a  torpe«lo  to  he 
set  vertiiiilly  an<l  to  he  tirwl  bya  weipiht  riropi»e«l  from 
alM)ve.  The  patentee  ha«  a  ])riniin>j-«haniher  entered 
thii.Muh  the  cover.  The  priniin>r-<-lianiher  ia  a  small 
apartment  entere<l  through  the  cover,  intended  to  con- 
tain a  charge  U)  he  tiriMl  into  the  b<Mly  of  the  tlask. 
of  what  material  th<-  chamber  shall  be  maile  i«  not 
made  tssenti.1l  or  specified. 

i*li(t  deteiidant's  device  luis  three  priming-chambers 
entered  thnrngb  the  cover  of  the  flask  or  plate  or  disk, 
which  constitntes  the  cover.  Through  this  cover  three 
pcrfnralions  an-  made,  extending  into  th<«  interii»r  of 
the  tlfisk.  and  a  Smith  A  Wcason  pistol-cartridge  is 
force<l  into  each.  It  is  nee«UcsM  to  say,  what  is  too  (d>- 
vioiis  to  need  any  remark,  that  the  copper  case  of  the 
cirtiidgc,  tilled,  as  it  is,  with  powder  to  heexplodeil  by 
a  fulminate  in  the  rim,  is  a  priming-chamber  answer- 
ing all  the  piirpoHcs  of  that  in  the  Roberts  patent  and 
adcareiiuivalentforit;  and  the  bullet  which  confines 
the  powder  in  the  copper  c)ise  is  a  ping  answering  all 
the  purposes  of  the  ping  in  the  complainants' ilevice. 

The  remaining  element  of  the  i)atentee's  device  is  the 
nipple.  The  function  of  the  nipple  is  twofold— to  hold 
the  cap  in  poNilion  over  the  iiriming-chamlier  and  to 
sn|iply  HI)  anvil  upon  which  the  fiiliuinate  in  the  cap 
tiiax  be  exploded  into  tlie  .■haml)er  by  the  fulling  of 
tlie  \s  light.  There  i.-  no  nipple  in  form  in  the  defend- 
ant's apparatus,  hut  thcie  1^  a  clear  e<|uivalent,  iwr- 
fortMiiii:  the  «ame  function  and  \n  substantially  the 
same  inauner.  The  perf<iration  holds  the  cap  in  place, 
aiMl  the  top  of  the  cover  a<l.iacent  to  tli.  perforation  is 
made  an  am  il.  Tlie  rim  of  thecai>.  which  lontains  the 
riiiniinate,  rests  on  that  anvil.  Thus  the  shoulder  on 
whi<  h  the  rim  rests  becomes  anipide  answering  all  its 
],iii  |>M„  -  \  patented  mechanical  arrangement  cannot 
I.e  ihiis  c\.ided  wilhout  liability  to  the  iliaiu'e  "f  in- 
lriu;;ement. 

Only  twi»  things  have  beefi  nrged  in  support  of  the 
dcf'env  that  Kidterts  w  a->  ii<>f  fhe  hrst  inventor  of  his 
aiqiaratus.  (hie  «)f  i  Iicm  i.>  the  t'rockei  torpedo.  We 
lia'..  alreaily  observed  that  the  Kid»erts  invention  is  a 
de\i<e  forexplodin-  fi  >m  lii.  t..|.  ..f  a -ludl  placed  ver- 
tii'allv  in  an  \ii.-.aii  \\<-\\.  i  i,,,  k.i'-  u  as  a  device  for 
explo  liiiji  It  at  tlie  Itoi  turn  Ml  i.  i\\  .i-  i-nd  lip-  torpedo 
ha.!    4  pi«tol-cart ridge  m  it-  l.oii.nn  ami  a  rod  lieneath 

It    \ai>iii^'    Ml    len;:th.       The    lurj.ed.i    ^^.l-    |o'.\rred    illtO 

[)i,.  u.n  ami  allowed  to  i!ro]>  t..  ;li.'  hntrom  Uy  this 
,,i,.:i,i.^  'A  n,  n  Ml.  .'ml  id'  Ihi'  V">\  -Iimi,  thr  liuttomit 
liH,  i,  1!^;.  d  a  1;  imimr,  Nshndi  siriirk  t],.-  h.  ad,  ot  the  pis- 
tol-carl I  ;dj.-  and  I-  la^ed  the  I  ap  to  .-viiaid.-.  1  here  was 
no  pln_'  Mi.  rroikcr  him^ell'  tes'iiie,  tli at  the  bullet 
wa-  ia,v.n  out  of  the  can  nd -e  ;  and,  a-  t  h.-  <  arlridge 
svas  piai  ,  d  m  an  npn-'it  po-Hitmn,  .Mtli  I  In  imnilll  up- 
ward, a  pliii:  or  InlUet  w.is  not  nc.-d,  ,i  i,.  k.-.  p  the  pow- 
der from  failing  ..nr  of  t  In-  (  hand..i  .  i  In-  pi  up...,.-  it  snb- 
N.T\ed  in  the  h'oh.  rfM  inidsnatioM  I'.i^ides.  tin-  des  na- 
w.a.s  an  e\  |m  riimnl  al  one,  i  minedial  ely  ahandoned.  and 


Mr.  Crockerafterward  employed  Woheri'^  tor  torpedojni,' 

his  wells. 

The  other  allege*!  anticipation  is  the  I'lani  iMrpedo. 
It  is  described  in  the  Plant  j,  ii.-nt.  dated  NommiImi  I-. 
If^fi^.  It  isasnb-manne  torpedo,  intemied  toi  .1  ]oii 
j><>s<'  entirely  di^lerent  from  what  is  soii;iht  to  he  se- 
cured by  that  of  Kolwrts.  It  is  lire<l  hori/onfally  from 
a  war  vessel  or  a  fort,  arranged  so  as  to  explode  win  n 
it  strikes  a  hard  opjuising  tdijecf,  such  as  thi-  linll  o|  a 
ship,  and  it  is  proteeteil  by  a  spring  in  ti.mi  .i^ain^i 
the  resistance  of  the  water  thnmgh  which  it  ]ia>Ms  in 
its  rrt|)id  flight.  This  spring  is  an  element  not  loiind 
in  the  Roberts  device.  If  used  in  that  device,  it  would 
impede  the  o))eralion,  if  not  prevent  it  entirely.  It 
wonhl  offer  resistance  to  the  drop- weight,  and  tend  to 
prevent  its  driving  the  bolt  upon  the  cap.  The  pur- 
pose wjw  to  secure  an  easy  and  certain  explosion.  That 
of  Plant  WHS  to  gnanl  against  .in  exidosi(m  from  any 
less  caiis*^  than  violent  concussion  with  a  hanl  ami  un- 
yielding object.  Roberts  sought  toovercome  the  ditti- 
cnlty  arising  from  the  setting  of  the  powder  in  the 
flask  from  its  top.  In  Plant's  torpedo  nosnch  <lifTiculty 
existcxl,  sime  its  motion  was  hori^.ontal.  Moreover, 
IMant's  device  han  live  elements  instead  «>f  four.  K'ob- 
erts,  with  fonr  element*,  accomplishes  a  different  re- 
sult from  that  which  Plant  only  reaches  by  five.  For 
the.s<'  reasons  we  cannot  think  they  are  the  same  com- 
binations, either  in  principle  or  residt.s. 

It  fid  lows  fnim  what  we  have  said,  first,  that  fhe  re- 
issued pnx'css  patent,  No.  <!,'iV,  belonging  to  the  com- 
plainants is  vali<l,  ami  that  the  defemlant  has  been 
guilty  of  infringing  it;  wn-ond,  that  the  patent  for  an 
imi>rovement  in  exphMling  torpedoes  in  Artesian  wells, 
No.  47, 4,V<, IS  also  valid,  and  that  tin-  first  ilaini  thereof 
has  been  infringe*!  by  the  defendant. 

A  ilecree  will  therefore  be  entered  for  an  injunction 
and  an  account.    Let  a  decree  be  prejiared  accordingly. 


COMMISSIONER'S  DECISIONS, 


Ex    I'ARTF.    MfDot'OAr.i,. 

Deeidfd  June  H.  IssO. 

1.  Tl»e  rule  timt  m-veral  ilistiiict  iiiveutiiuiH  wiini<>(  Im-  imbiile.l  in 
11  siiiule  itiiplinitiim  is  alike  applicable  wlu'Oiet  siicli  iiiveiiMoiis 
lie  im|(roveiiieiilM  in  pioceswM  or  iiiacliineiv,  luiil  tlie  men-  cir 
cunistauce  that  seVfral  pioceHW-s  p«'it»ln  to  the  Mine  Hulijeit- 
niiitl.i  will  mi  iiioi-e  waimnt  tlieir  j.iinfler  in  a  sint'le  application 
than  will  tlie  liai-e  tact  that  tw<i  iiiachiues  are  in  the  saiiie  cla«.s 
of  invention  warmiit  the  Issue  of  one  patent  for  tlie  two 

2.  Althoiijih  ea«h  of  tlie  aeviTftl  " acts'  of  the  "miies  of  acts" 
constitiilinj:  n  pnxesn  may  be  capalile  of  perfomiiii}:  separately 
its  own  iM'cnliar  fiim-tion,  anil  may  lie  nse<l  in.l.  )nin!' nth  of  the 
others,  yet  If  they  all  contiilmte  in  pio.ln.  in,:  tli.  iumI  nsiill 
they  may  he  j.ilued  in  a  sinth-  apiiliration,  and  a  .  laiiii  may  lie 
ma4le  to  the  entire  pro."e8»,  and  separate  rUnn-.  ran  ;ils.i  !>.•  made 
to  the  «nl>-procej«i«'«  which  mo  to  make  up  il..   -  un. 

a.  When-  one  has  (lis«'«venMl  that  nilesireil  temill  nn  Im  allaineil 
hy  a  priKCHU  conHiatiiin  of  a  wriea  of  »t4  jis,  and  that  rerlain  of 
the  stejw  in  such  pr<M-e«n  can  !»"  replaced  hy  other-*  wliii  li  will 
o)>enite  in  an  eipiivalunt  m.uiner.  a  liroad  or  piieric'  claim  can 
he  made  incliidin({  all  the  nimlitications,  and  a  more  limitcHl  or 
MiM>ciHc  claim  can  lie  niifh*  to  any  one  of  the  modlHcations, 

4.  When-  in  aeviTal  pi<K-ei*(«'M  the  or<ler  in  which  the  sevenil  Mtepn 

folUiw  eiM'h  is  ditfeii'iit,  as  are  aUo  the  Hiial  re»iilts  att^ I    l  In' 

pnKM'NScs  eaiiiiot  Ih>  aalil  to  1k<  nKslirtcalions  each  of  tin- dIIui  . 

5.  Alternative  claims  and  claims  for  miMlitlcalions  coudenined. 
The  nier.'  fact  that  coiirtM,  in  onler  tii  save  a  pHt4'iit,  have  sus- 
tained such  claims  is  no  warrant  for  thi-  <  lltirr  to  shirk  il<  duty 
in  re.inirinj;  that  thetl.iims  shall  Ic  friiiii.'il  in  the  il.-arest  and 
lM'«t  form,  and  shall  not  emlirac-  distinct  luv.  iilions. 


.Vi'i'KAl.  from  Primary  I'.xaniiner, 

MAKLKAtTI  RE  OK  oU.-CAKKB. 

Apidicafion  of  .lohu  McnoiiLrall  (ile.l   Xnirusf   t,  \<'.>. 

Mr.  .(.   /'..//.//.  tot  ai.pidlant. 
M  \i;ltl  K.  <  iiiiiiiiisxioiirr  :  * 

The  aethm  id'  tin-  I'limary  1  Ixainim  i .  ti  on,  whnli 
this  ajiiiial  1-  takiii,  .  iiiiipriHes  (1)  an  objection  to  the 
description  as  heiii^  tor  separate  iuid  di^timt  inven- 
tions, wlinli  .■anm.t  properly  be  iinindrd  m  om-  ap- 
pli.ation:  . -' <  an  ohj.a  i  nui  t ..  t  he  claini>  a>  heme  tor 
distinct  in\enii.m-  and  lot  nioiliticat ions  ol  the  saaie 
invention,  ami     :i     an  objection  to  certain  matti'r  in- 

trodm  .  <1  i\] inu  ii.inient  l)y  the  invention  embrace<! 

in  the  original  specification. 

The  preaiulde  or  statement  of  invention  in  the  origi- 
nal spc(  ilii'alion  sets  f.utli  that  — 

This  invention  has  for  its  oliject  the  priKliiclion  of  oil-iake  for 
fWdini;  and  other  piirisises  hy  an  iiii|)i-oved  nietlio.l;  and  consists, 
tirst.  in  the  use  of  iiiillstoiieH  for  the  pnri>o«e  of  crai-kint,  hifak- 
injj.  or  ^rindini!  the  cott.m  seed;  secondly,  in  the  mindiii!;.  hy  ihe 
use  of  millstones  or  other  convenient  meidis.  of  the  husks  of  col- 
t.<in-s<-ed  after  si  paiati'iii  from  the  kernelrt  iind  i-emoviuj:  from 
them  the  last  isiriion  of  cotton  tUs'r  adlierin::  t<i  them,  and  then, 
if  desiied,  ri'iiiixiii',::  tin  husks  with  the  kernels  in  any  desiivd  pro- 
]Hirtiiins. 

The  aindicanl  I  ben  states  that  he  may  make  ordinary 
undeeorticafei!  eutton-cake  by  (1)  cracking  or  high- 

grimiin-  III.  -  cd  ;  (2)  piissing  the  ciiicke*!  stn'd  under 
edL,'e  rnnm  IS :  i;{)  subjecting  the  same  to  heat  ami 
piesHine  When  it  is  desired  to  make  thi-s  chws  of  cake 
free  iVom  r. .11.01  liber  lie  (I)  cracks  or  high  grimls  the 
see<l  ;  (2)  passes  flut  cracked  wed  through  sieves  to 
.separate  the  fiber,  and  (:<)  pa.sscs  the  remainder  of  the 
material  under  e«lge  runners.  Wlien  it  is  desired  to 
pnidnre  .1.  .orlicated  cakes  (cakes  free  from  husks)  he 
(1)  .  i.i.  k-  ..r  liii;h-grimls  the  seed  and  ('2)  separates 
husk-  and  iiIm  r  from  kernels,  When  undecorticatcd  or 
part  i.ill\  -di  1  an  tiraii'.i  .  akes  of  improved  qualitx  are  to 
be  produced  he  (  I)  cracks  or  high  grinds  the  seed  ;  ('.J) 
separate-  tin  lin-ks  from  the  kernel;  (W)  separates  the 
liherfroiii  t!i.  Im-ks;  (4)  grimls  the  husks,  (if  desired,) 
and  (.'»)  remi  xe-i  lin-k-  .ami  kiiii.I-.  I  loin  ilii-...iml 
(d.iim  in  the  oi  i;,'inal  spc.  ilical  nm  it  would  .ijipi  at  tli, it 
tlie  third  -tcp  may  heomitteil  from  this  la-t  pi....--, 
in  will!  h  i-\  eiit  It  woiihl  .  onsist  in  (I)cr.irkinu'  or  high- 
;;iindini:  the  seed  :  (2)  separating  tli.'  hn-k-  Iroin  the 
kernel;  - -i ;.  gnmliii::  the  hnsks.  and  X  reinixiiiu'  t  he 
linsks  and  the  k.rne!-.  It  |s  also  stated  that  I  h.'  at  .anid 
h  ii-k- oht  ai 'led  ina\  hei-mploved  in  til.'  ni.inn  lai'l  n  re 
ot  III  her  rakes  t  hall  ( lit  ton  cakes — such  as  lins«'ed-.  .ike- 
or  tape  lake-. 

lU  amendment  the  attoine\  h.i-  -tink'ii  out  tin- 
orii.;nial  i  laini-  and   ha-  intruiluced  the  tullnw  mu.  viz: 

1.  riif  ruetli.Ml  ..t  ti.aiiiiL'  ...t ton  .seed  ami  i.r.|ianii::  tin  -anie 
in  th.-  iiiaiiiifarl  me  i.l'nil  laike.  ii.s  il.-.-.  n'aeii.  tlit-  -anl  ni.lh.'il  .  .ai- 
sistin:;  in  imrkiii;;  i.r.  akin;;.  .>r  viriiiditi;;  tin-  ri.tt.iii  mi-imI  t..  tli.- 
iNteiit  !<(n<itii.l  with.. Ill  ('ijiM'-.-ni;;  the  nil.  the  -ai'l  .  rii.  kiii^. 
liri'iikiiii;.  er  1:1  nnliiitr  litini;  .ttf.  ti-d  l.v  luisHJiii;  the  .  •itI..M  setal 
n.  tw  i-i  II  iiiillHtuii.-s  HI  iau;ii-«l  at  a  suitable  ili-lau.e  a|.;i!  1 

■J  111  I  be  inaiiiiliirtine  ..f  ..ilcakc-  t  be  mrtti.Mt  ..t  |.t .  j.iii  ni;;  the 
hii-k-  wliirh  enn-isls  ni  -f|iar,ilnij:  tin  hii.-ks  fri.iu  tli.'  k.  tin  Is 
.iinl  tinai  :iriiiiliiiu  tlu    -ai.l  busks,  -ulmtaiiliiillx  as  ib-si  lib,  .1 

3.  In  ibi  iiiaiiiitai  line  et  oil  cukes  tin-  nulbisl  .i(  pre|.atlli;;  tin- 
hnsks  ami  obtaiimii:  the  same  fifc  froai  tiUi.  wliuti  i>.iisists  in 
-i-|iaialnii;  Ibe  busks  Iroiii  tin'  keruils  ami  tbr  tibii  t'l.uii  tin- 
hu-k-  ami  ::iniihiii:  the  i.itti-i     -iib-tauti.iUx   as  ii»-s<  iiU-d 

i  III  Ibr  iiianiitartiir.-  ..I  ml  .-ak.-  llu'  iin-tluMl  ..f  i.btaiiiiui;  ini 
.b-.  ..rtiiat.-il  ..r  i.artialh  ili-.-.irlnateil  .iik.s  ..f  iiiipnoed  .plain  \ 
ubi.h  I  .insists  ill  ;:!iliilllii:  tbr  basks  nt  .  i>l  t.ili  s,i«|  sip,ii.ittl\ 
1 . 1.111  Ibe  kiriiils  anil  tlun  1111  Mil  a  tbc  ,:ii>iiii.l  busks  «  itb  ..1!  .  ak. 
tium  I'littouel  other  si-fils    substaiitialU   as  ilcsi  r  liieii 

5.  The  nil  I  hull  '•(  man  u  tad  in  nii'.'il  .  aki  \i\  brt-akiiii:  rrarkiiii;, 
or  jirinitinjc  lelton  s<t"l  b.  Im.  n  iiiillst.nii  -  pa-ssiiii;  tin  bi.iki  11 
sceil  iiiiibr  eil;;e nnin.  r-  «.lh  ..i  «ltb.iiit  tirst  separatin;;  tlirre 
fnim  the  i-<itt<in  nli.i  .111. 1  bu-k-  .111. 1  tinalh  subjctin;;  the  ^;i..iiiiil 
s.-f.l  III  b.'.it  all.!  ).   issiii.      -11  l.-laiiti,ii!\    ,i>   .b-.iibi-.l 


t).  The  m.-lhiiil  .if  nianuta*  tiiniii:  uiuiei  ui ticated  «r  iiartiallv-de- 
corliratfii  ml  lake  ut  niiiir..M-<l  .pi.-ilitv.  wbirb  ...n-ists  111  tia.-sint: 
cotton  SI  t.i  h.awi'.-n  niillstmi.  s.  sv)iaratiii.;  tin  busks  tmm  the 
k.  III.  Is  Hii.l  tb.-  till.  I  111  c.itimi  fni'u  the  husks.  L'rindinji  and  hot- 
pi.ssiii^  lb.'  k.  111.  1-  ^'.  in.iin.:  tin-  husks  and  mixing  the  latter  in 
lb  siii'd  |it..t,..!  I1..I,-  «iil,  1!..   .  .ik.   friim  the  pr«s«.  su'.istanlially  as 

ll.SI  I  ill.  .1 

The  Mile  that  several  distinct  inventitms  cannot  be 
im  Inded  in  a  single  application  is  a  w<dl-seftled  one, 
ami  IS  alike  appliiable  whether  such  inventions  be  im- 
l>rovements  in  processes  or  in  machinery.  I  do  not 
nnder-tan  i  the  Kxaminer  as  holding,  nor  do  I  inter- 
pret the  rnie  as  meaning,  that  several  inventions  which 
are  dependent  upon  eai  h  other  and  coact  in  producing 
a  unitary  resnlt  cannot  be  joined  in  one  application, 
for  in  such  ca^e  they  cannot  l)e  said  to  be  distinct. 
The  Supreme  Court,  in  the  ctise  of  Covhrtiiie  tt  nl.  v. 
Dfvnt'r  (I  (tl  ,  thus  defines  a  jirocess: 

A  priK-ess  in  a  nn.de  of  tnatmeiif  of  certain  mateiials  to  pnsiiuM? 
a  jnven  ri'snlt.  It  is  an  act.  or  a  series  of  ails,  |M>ifoniied  ujain 
the  Bnhjectnialter.  to  Is- trausformed  and  i-educed  to  a  ditfeceut 
slate  or  thiiiL'  If  new  and  ust'ful,  it  is  Jiist  as  paleiitahle  us  is  a 
piece  of  marhinery.  In  the  lan-rnaire  of  the  |iateiit  law.  it  is  an 
art.  Themacliineiy  pointed  out  ii-  snitalile  to  |H-rf<irm  the  jins-ens 
may  or  may  not  Is-  in-w  or  iiatentahh-.  w  hile  the  )iri«-4..ss  its«df  may 
1m>  altjigetlier  new  and  prislnce  an  entirely  new  result.  The  pro- 
Cf$»  reifuireK  that  certain  Ihinpn  i-lmuld  b*  done  trith  certain  inib%, 
itanee»  and  \i>  a  cerlntn  order  .  hut  the  tisiU  to  hv  iui«*d  in  doing 
this  may  Is-  of  m-coiidary  cxmseipicnce. 

Eiudi  of  the  several  "acts"  of  the  "series  of  acts" 
constituting  the  process  may  be  ctip.ible  of  performing 
s4-jiarate!y  its  own  ]iecnliar  function,  and  may  he  used 
independently  of  the  others;  but  if  togetlnr  they  coact 
in  producing  the  Tiiiiil  result  they  may  1k«  joiue*!  in  a 
single  application.  In  such  a  etis*^  a  claim  can  be  made 
to  the  puK-ess  :m  an  entirety,  and  separate  claims  can 
also  be  made  tx>  fhe  suh-prwesses  which  go  to  make  nji 
the  -ami  .  So,  also,  when^  one  hasdiscoveretl  that  a  de- 
sired result  can  be  attained  by  a  jiroeess  consisting  of 
a  seiies  of  steps  or  acts,  and  that  certain  of  the  steps 
in  such  process  may  he  rejdaced  by  others  which  will 
oi>er!ite  in  an  e(|nivalenf  manmT  in  attflining  the  same 
end.  tiiese  several  modilicaf ions  can  be  embraced  iu 
om  application,  for  they  cannot  Is-  nganled  as  distinct 
inventions.  In  such  case  the  applicant  w(mh!  Ikj  enti- 
tled to  a  broad  or  generic  cljiim.  which  would  include 
all  the  moililiciitioiiM,  and  would  also  be  allouctl  to 
1  iauii  -  patalely  any  one  of  tlies*;  iiKMlilications  or 
8]»«cie8. 

'!' he  above  is  the  jiractice  imlicafed  by  my  jiredeces- 
Hoi  111  the  1  a-e  of  I'.j-  pnrtc  Smith,  (Ui  O.  (».,  (»,'U),)  and  is 
consistent  with  that  nniformly  adojded  in  regard  to  ap- 
plications for  patents  for  iiu|iro\einents  in  machinery, 
and  I  see  no  reason  w  liy  tlie  same  »hould  not  be  fol- 
hivM-d  in  both  classes  of  cases.  In  such  decision  the 
fidlovv  in^:  language  is  used  : 

The  .piisl  11.11  whether  a  I'omplete  priK-e-s.  chemical  or  mechani- 
cal, i-aii  lie  siilxlivi.li-d  in  an  applicalinn.  and  whether  when  it  is 
S.I  siilidividt'd  a  claim  for  one  of  the  snhdiviaions  can  be  joined 
with  a  rlaiin  for  another  or  with,  a  claim  for  the  complete  pns'eim, 
tiiiiis  III!  the  ipiestion  whether  such  siitKlivisions  c<inslitute  siih- 
lir:Mcs.siK  ettertina  tliemsi'lvi-s  distinct  results  suhsidiaiy  to  Ihe 
jieneral  result  of  Ibe  .nlife  iiriH  fsa.  •  •  •  Then  is,  however, 
an  eiitiii  ly  dilteii  iit  i;tiiiiii<l  upon  which  several  procens  claims 
mav  lie  united  in  tin-  saim  patent  An  applicant  iiiav  .join  in  one 
ajiplii  ali.iii  a  bnuid  iii  ^enerir  .  laim  for  a  metlusl  or  prisexs  and 
,t  spi .  iti.  .  laiiii  l.>r  .111.  i.t  thr  birnis  m  modi ticat ions,  hut  he  caii- 
11..1  iinili-  -u.  b  br.iail  1  laiiii  with  spfiurti  rlaims  for  two  or  more  of 
it-  uixiliti.  .iti.iii-  iiiir  .  an  he  unit*'  iu  such  application  two  Hiicb 
spififl.   .  laiiHs  »  itbmil  till'  ^ji'ii.iii    I  laiiii 

ihe  iiii'ie  ell  1  niiisiam  .  t  li.it  -1  \  .1  al  (.rocess«*s  |»ertain 
to  the  same  -nhpa  t  will  im  mon  warrant  their  joinder 
111  a  single  apjilicat  mil  t  han  will  the  bare  fact  that  two 
machim-  are  in  1  he  -June  1  lass  of  invention  warrant  tlie 

l.ssne  ..(  line   p.itelil    tot    llit    two. 


\\\    I  \ain!Mat  ion  ot    t  he 
this  rase   -hows   that  t  In  1 


■  pecitication  and  claims  in 
,ire  several  kinds  or  quali- 


I  ^" 


OFFICIAL  GAZFTTF 


TUT.Y    11,,    1880. 


li.  ,  of  oil-rak«'«  prodiueil,  which  necenRarily  require 
ilia  I  the  cotton-Heed  HhonUl  be  tn-ated  in  dit^Vrent  way*. 
I  fail  to  H€e  that  thcBe  several  ways  or  procetwes  are  so 
connected  that  they  can  be  included  in  a  Hin^le  appli- 
ciit  ion.  There  is  no  one  of  them  which  can  l>e  regarded 
■Mi  tlie  entire  pro<;eH«  of  which  the  others  are  subsidiary 
procesMCs,  for  tfie  product  of  each  is  a  complete  oil-cake, 
and  they  do  not  all  coact  in  producing  a  single  unitary 
rcHult.  Nor  can  they  be  »aid  to  be  modified  ways  or 
processes  of  treating  the  seeds,  for  there  is  no  "  certain 
orjler" — the  veriest  essential  of  a  piticesw — in  which  the 
acts  or  steps  follow  each  other  in  the  treatment  of  the 
seeds.  In  each  the  order  as  well  as  tlie  final  n-sult  is 
different,  and  the  prm-eBseM  cannot  therefore  be  sai«l  to 
be  siilmtantially  the  same.  Applica'it  must  confine  his 
specification  to  some  one  of  these  processes. 

The  Kxauiiuer  has  very  properly  objected  to  the  form 
of  the  fifth  claim.  Alternative  claims  and  claims  for 
ninilitications  have  been  repeatedly  condemned,  the 
former  for  uncertainty,  the  latt«r  for  the  reason  that 
if  the  alleyd  modifications  are  in  fact  the  same  inven- 
tion a  claim  to  one  obviously  covers  the  other,  and  if 
they  are  for  different  inventions  they  are  n«^  allow*' 
ble  ill  one  .ipplication.  (litrii  .J-  L'othin-k,  15  O.  G., 
BH-i;  A.  /..  Ii»<j(irt,  lo'O.  G.,  113;  .S'ra»//i,  ante.)  The 
mere  fact  that  the  courts,  in  order  to  save  a  i>ateiit, 
have  sustained  such  a  claim  is  no  warrant  for  the  <  >fhce 
to  shirk  its  duty  in  deinandinjj  that  the  claim  «hall  be 
framed  in  the  cleanest  and  best  iM^ssible  form,  an<l  shall 
not  embrace  distinct  inventions. 

The  Kxaminers  objection  to  the  amended  specilica- 
tion,  upon  the  pronn«l  that  "new  matter"  hiw  been  in- 
troduced therein,  or  that  there  is  a  substantial  departure 
from  the  invention  as  set  forth  in  the  ori^jinal  specifi- 
cation, is  a  matter  relating  to  the  merits  of  the  applica- 
tion, and  therefore  apiM-alable  to  the  Kxaminera-in- 
Chief  in  the  first  instance,  under  Rule  l-JH  of  Oftice 
Practice.  The  vffol  of  the  Examiner's  objection  in  the 
pntnisi's  is  that  he  refuses  to  allow  a  patent  upon 
the  apjilication  because  it  contains  new  matter.  His 
decision  isjinlicial  and  not  executive  in  character. 
The  decision  of  the  Kxaminer  is  aflirmed. 

ACTING  COMMISSIONER'S  DECISIONS. 


1..     .1  n    r.  I.YMAN  et  al. 

DfciiUd  July  2.  ISSO. 

1.  Tlie  pW»na/a'*i<  <lal»' ol'  invi'iitiou  of  »  ]>at<nt*'f  in  an  intcrfor- 
i-iKO  itt  th«'  rf< iii»i  ilttt4'  of  the  HIiiis;  of  the  iipjili.  ation  u|>on  whirti 
tli<>  i»at«'iit  wiix  uraiittMl.unil  llif  tinT<'  jiIlfL'iitioii  tfint  <  ertain  ree. 
ordu  of  tfii.HOrtice  tstaliliBli  nii  earlier  iljite  ennnot.  without  Home 
04innt<ctiuc  link  in  the  application,  give  »  different  record  date. 
1  I