Part 4 out of 5
97,754.--MODE OF TREATING CONGLOMERATES OF CAST IRON.--Thomas
Schoenberger Blair, Pittsburgh, Pa.
97,755.--ANIMAL TRAP.--John Blume, Mount Pleasant, Md.
97,756.--ELECTRO-MAGNETIC ADVERTISING FRAME.--Joshua Brooks, (assignor
to himself and Benjamin E. Corlew), Boston, Mass., Antedated December 1,
97,757.--LAMP EXTINGUISHER.--Wm.I.Bunker, Yankton, Dakota Territory.
97,758.--MACHINE FOR POLISHING THE EDGES OF BOOT AND SHOE SOLES.--Robert
F. Burns, Albany, N.Y.
97,759.--BEEHIVE.--Peter Campbell, Carrolltown, Pa.
97,760.--RAILWAY GATE.--Peter Campbell, Carrolltown, Pa.
97,761.--REDUCING ORES.--Thomas J. Chubb, Williamsburg, N.Y. Antedated
June 14, 1869.
97,762.--MACHINE FOR BENDING AND FOLDING SHEET METAL.--James B. Clark
and Lucas C. Clark, Plantsville, Conn.
97,763.--SAW SWAGE.--Joseph S. Clark, New York city.
97,764.--SASH HOLDER.--Nelson C. Cole (assignor to himself and Leverett
H. Marvin), Beaver Dam, Wis.
97,765.--MACHINE FOR CRIMPING AND FORMING THE FRONT OF
BOOTS.--Christopher Day, Mineral Point, Wis. Antedated November 30,
97,766.--WATER HEATER FOR CULINARY PURPOSES.--Royal E. Deane, Brooklyn,
97,767.--PUMP.--Joseph W. Douglas, Middletown, Conn., assignor to W.& B.
97,768.--DEPURATOR.--S. C. Frink and L. D. Harlan, Indianapolis, Ind.
97,769.--SHUTTER FASTENER.--Charles B. Goodrich, Jr., Boston, Mass.
97,771.--MANUFACTURE OF GLUE.--George Guenther, Chicago, Ill., assignor
to himself and E. H. Heymann, New York city.
97,772.--SHADE RINGS FOR LAMP BURNERS.--Hiram W. Hayden (assignor to
Holmes, Booth & Haydens), Waterbury, Conn.
97,773.--LAMP.--Hiram W. Hayden (assignor to Holmes, Booth & Haydens),
97,774.--FLUTING MACHINE.--Frederick Hewitt, Bloomfield, N.J.
97,775.--WAGON BRAKE.--Abram C. Jaques, Levenworth, Kansas.
97,776.--WICK-TRIMMER FOR LAMPS.--E.C.Jenkins, Jr., Worcester, Mass.
Antedated December 11, 1869.
97,777.--LUMBER DRYER.--Jesse.B. Johnson and Thomas E. Johnson,
97,778.--TURBINE WATER WHEEL.--Julius H. Jones, Charlton, Mass.
97,779.--HYDRAULIC ENGINE.--Henry J. King and Benton L. Beebe,
Middletown, N. Y.
97,780.--BREECH-LOADING REVOLVING FIREARMS.--Francois Alexandre Le Mat,
New Orleans, La., assignor to Charles Pietroni, London, England.
97,781.--COMPOSITION FOR COVERING STEAM BOILERS AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES.--Ferdinand Leroy (Ferdinand Leroy, administrator), of
Commercial Road, London, England, assignor to himself and P. A. Victor
Le Luoez, England.
97,782.--WINE AND CIDER MILL.--Edward C. Lewis, Benton Harbor, Mich.
97,783.--EXCAVATOR.--John R. Lewis, Piper City, Ill.
97,784.--BAND TIGHTENER.--Francis M. Lottridge, Portland, Ind., assignor
to himself, James M. Templer, and James C. Jay. Antedated December 14,
97,785.--CLOD FENDER.--Francis M. Lowden and John D. Lowden, Lawrence,
97,786.--SHAFT TUG LUG FOR HARNESS.--T.J.Magruder, Marion, Ohio.
97,787.--SHIPS OR VESSELS FOR CARRYING LIQUID CARGO.--John W. Marshall,
Gilman Joslin, and Nelson Curtis, Boston, and Oliver Edwards, Brookline,
97,788.--FASTENING FOR CORSETS.--Frank W. Marston, Boston, Mass.
Antedated November 30, 1869.
97,789.--CART SADDLE.--W.B.McClure, Alexandria, Va.
97,790.--POTATO DIGGER.--Philip C. McManus, Troy, N.Y. Antedated
December 7, 1869.
97,791.--WASHING MACHINE.--J.S.Merchant, Hopedale, Ohio.
97,792.--RAILWAY RAIL.--James Montgomery, Croton Landing, N.Y.
97,793.--WASHING MACHINE.--Wm. Morgan, Middlebrook, Va.
97,794.--COMPOUND FOR TREATING RHEUMATISM.--H.H.Munroe, Louisville, Ky.
97,795.--SCRIBE HOOK.--John Nester, Portland, Oregon.
97,796.--ROOFING.--H.G.Noble, Selma, Ala.
97,797.--DEVICE FOR FASTENING PISTONS TO PISTON RODS.--Anthony T.
Norgan, Palo Alto, Pa. Antedated December 7, 1869.
97,798.--ATTACHABLE AND REMOVABLE CALKS FOR HORSESHOES.--G.S. Norris,
97,799.--HARNESS FOR HORSES.--John Palen, Lockport, assignor to Nathan
T. Healy, Medina, N.Y.
97,800.--RAILWAY CAR BRAKE.--Thomas Payne, Detroit, Mich.
97,801.--SAW MILL.--A. Perin, Paris, France.
97,802.--SPOKE SHAVE.--Joseph A. Perley (assignor to himself and Wm. H.
Perley), Lynn. Mass.
97,803.--ORGAN BELLOWS.--J.R.Perry, Wilkesbarre, Pa.
97,804.--APPARATUS FOR SETTING CATS IN METALLIC CARTRIDGES.--William C.
Pickersgill (assignor to Providence Tool Company), Providence, R.I.
97,805.--CAP-EXTRACTOR FOR CARTRIDGES.--William C. Pickersgill (assignor
to Providence Tool Company), Providence, R.I.
97,806.--APPARATUS FOR SETTING BULLETS IN CARTRIDGES.--William C.
Pickersgill (assignor to Providence Tool Company), Providence, R.I.
97,807.--SMOKE AND SPARK CONVEYER FOR RAILROAD TRAINS.--Lemuel Powell,
97,808.--CONVERTIBLE END-BOARD AND PLATFORM FOR WAGONS.--Thomas T.
Powell and John F. Burroughs, Lawn Ridge, Ill.
97,809.--MACHINE FOR MAKING FLY NETS.--A. Prutzmann, Canton, Ohio.
97,810.--BURGLAR PROOF SAFE.--George W. Putnam, Boston, Mass. Antedated
November 27, 1869.
97,811.--HORSESHOE BEVELER.--Ephraim Quinby, Comstock, Mich. Antedated
Dec. 1, 1869.
97,812.--PADLOCK.--J.S.Rankin, Ann Arbor, Mich.
97,813.--SHIP WINDLASS.--Elisha R. Ritch, South Boston, Mass.
97,814.--REIN-GUIDE FOR HARNESS.--Lemuel Richmond, Derby, Vt.
97,815.--CHURN.--Stacy Risler, Locktown, N. J.
97,816.--PAPER-CUTTING MACHINE.--T. C. Robinson, Boston, Mass., assignor
to G. H. Sandborn, New York city.
97,817.--STONE-POLISHING MACHINE.--Henry Schofield (assignor to himself
and C. D. Clarke). Philadelphia.
97,818.--TWIST DRILL.--Socrates Scholfield, Providence, R. I.
97,819.--SMOKE-CONSUMING FIRE BOXES.--G. H. Smith, Galesburg, Ill.
97,820.--CHURN.--Samuel Smith, Yohogany, Pa.
97,821.--REPEATING FIRE-ARM.--William Sidney Smoot, Washington, D.C.
97,822.--PNEUMATIC ENGINE.--Robert Spear, New Haven, Conn.
97,823.--MACHINE FOR POLISHING WOOD.--W. F. Spear, Worcester, Mass.
97,824.--CARPET BEATER AND CLEANER.--Alexander Stevenson, New York City.
97,825.--MODE OF FORMING "BURNER CONES" OF LAMPS.--C. St. John and C. E.
Marston, Charlestown, Mass.
97,826.--LOOM.--Lyman Stone, Nelson, N. H.
97,827.--COFFIN HANDLE.--Clark Strong, Winsted, Conn.
97,828.--PLOW.--Z. W. Sturtevant, Dunstable, Mass.
97,829.--SAFE.--T. J. Sullivan, Albany, N. Y.
97,830.--AUGER HANDLE.--James Swan, Seymour, Conn.
97,831.--STOVE SHELF.--Gr. L. Swett, Leominster, Mass.
97,832.--RAILWAY RAIL.--J. F. Tallant, Burlington, Iowa.
97,833.--TOOL FOR CABINET MAKERS.--R. W. Tanner (assignor to himself and
Samuel J. Davenport), Albany, N. Y. Antedated Dec. 11,1869.
97,834.--TICKET BOX FOR RAILROAD PASSENGER TRAINS.--Asahel Todd, Jr.,
Pultneyville, N. Y.
97,835.--HYDRANT.--T. Van Kannel, Cincinnati, Ohio.
97,836.--RETICULE WICKER BASKET.--Joseph Venet, New York city.
97,837.--VELOCIPEDE.--Wm. Volk, Buffalo, N. Y.
97,838.--SILVERING GLASS, AND PROTECTING THE SAME.--H. B. Walker, New
97,839.--STEELYARD.--P. H. Walker (assignor to himself and J. L.
Trowbridge), Boston, Mass.
97,840.--BARREL.--D. H. Waters, Grand Rapids, Mich.
97,841.--BARREL.--D. H. Waters, Grand Rapids, Mich.
97,842.--CAR SPRING.--Cyrenus Wheeler, Jr., Auburn, N. Y.
97,843.--METALLIC CARTRIDGE.--Rollin White, Lowell, Mass.
97,844.--APPARATUS FOR PURIFYING IRON.--S. M. Wickersham, Allegheny, Pa.
97,845.--MAKING PIANO LEGS.--Henry Willoghs, New York city.
97,846.--DUMPING WAGON.--Daniel Willson, Ishpeming, Mich.
97,847.--HARVESTER KNIFE GRINDER.--Edwin L. Yancey, Batavia, N. Y.
97,848.--CANDLESTICK.--H. Zahn, San Francisco, Cal.
97,849.--MONKEY WRENCH.--Samuel Zarley, Niantic, Ill.
97,850.--HUMMING-WHEEL TOY.--A. F. Able, New Orleans, La., assignor to
himself and A. D. Finley.
97,851.--IRONING TABLE AND CLOTHES DRYER.--W. P. Adams, Brooklyn, N. Y.
97,852.--SAWSET.--Daniel Agnew, Vincennes, Ind.
97,853.--MODE OF PROTECTING THE ENDS OF VULCANIZED RUBBER HOSE.--H. A.
Alden, Matteawan, N. Y.
97,854.--LAMP BURNER.--Joseph Bell Alexander, Washington, D.C.
97,855.--GATE FOR SWINGING BRIDGES.--Lauritz Anderson, Chicago, Ill.
97,856.--BUTTONHOLING ATTACHMENT FOR SEWING MACHINES.--S. J. Baird,
97,857.--OIL BLACKING FOR LEATHER.--J. L. Baumer, Columbus, Ohio.
97,858.--HEAD BLOCK FOR SAW MILLS.--C. B. Beall, Hamilton, Ohio.
97,859.--CHURN DASHER.--A. Belt, Newton, Iowa.
97,860.--COMBINED SHOVEL AND SIFTER.--F. S. Bidwell, Mystic Bridge,
97,861.--STOVEPIPE THIMBLE.--Horatio N. Bill, Willimantic, Conn.
97,862.--DIVING BELL.--H. C. Billings, Brooklyn, N. Y.
97,863.--HOE.--Lewis Billings, Gallipolis, Ohio.
97,864.--STEAM GENERATOR.--Edward Bourne, Pittsburgh, Pa.
97,865.--STEAM GENERATOR.--Edward Bourne, Pittsburgh, Pa.
97,866.--RIVETS AND WASHERS.--Edward Bourne, Pittsburgh, Pa.
97,867.--WAGON BRAKE.--William H. Bradt, New Scotland, N.Y.
97,868.--DRILL FOR BORING POLYGONAL HOLES.--J.C. Broadley (assignor to
himself and Jas. Stout), Franklin, N. J.
97,869.--WATER WHEEL.--J. D. Bryson and J. H. Hartsuff, Newcastle, Pa.
97,870.--COTTON CULTIVATOR.--I. W. Burch, Fayette, Miss.
97,871.--BUCKLE.--I. W. Burch, Fayette, Miss.
97,872.--CLAMP.--Mathias Burkhardt, Cincinnati, Ohio.
97,873.--DINNER PAIL.--N. C. Burnap, Argusville, N. Y.
97,874.--BOLT CUTTER.--O. E. Butler and S. P. Dunham, Marshalltown,
97,875.--PADLOCK.--S. G. Cabell (assignor to F. B. Cabell), Quincy, Ill.
97,876.--RAILWAY CAR COUPLING.--S. 0. Campbell, Tipton, Mo.
97,877.--WRENCH AND SAW SET COMBINED.--G. J. Capewell, West Cheshire,
97,878.--MACHINE FOR DRESSING MILLSTONES.--J. S. Carr, Alliance, Ohio.
97,879.--CAR TANK COVER.--L. C. Cattell, Cleveland, Ohio.
97,880.--MANUFACTURE OF RUBBER SPONGE.--Edwin Chesterman, Tremont, N. Y.
Antedated Nov. 17, 1869.
97,881.--VALVE FOR WATER ENGINES.--Abraham Coates (assignor for one
half, to James Martin Hunt), Watertown, N. Y.
97,882.--SHUTTLE FOR LOOMS.--John H. Coburn, Lowell, Mass.
97,883.--WAGON SEAT FASTENING.--Charles Collins, Vernon Centre, N. Y.
97,884.--HARVESTER.--Robert Conarroe (assignor to himself, H. Young, and
A. C. Stauffer), Camden, Ohio.
97,885.--MOP.--Philip Cook, Jr., Sioux City, Iowa. Antedated Dec. 10,
97,888.--RAILWAY SWITCH.--J. B. Cox, James O'Connor, and Michael
Cahalan, Columbus, Ga.
97,887.--SLIDE VALVE.--Isaac Craft (assignor to himself, T. J. Williams,
and C. M. Greve), Cincinnati, Ohio.
97,888.--WATER WHEEL.--G.W. Cressman, and Bert Pfleger, Barren Hill, and
Nice Keely, Roxborough, Pa.
97,889.--TREATING WHISKY AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC SPIRITS.--J. C. Crossman
and Obadiah Marland, Boston, Mass., assignors t themselves and A. E.
Tilton, New York city.
97,890.--DISINTEGRATING MILL.--G. B. Davids (assignor to himself and
Talbot Denmead), Baltimore, Md,
97,891.--MACHINE FOR COMPOSING AND DISTRIBUTING TYPE.--Isidore
Delcambre, Paris, France.
97,892.--SOAP-HOLDING ATTACHMENT FOR SEWING MACHINES. Mary Dewey, New
Albany, Ind. Antedated Dec. 10, 1869.
97,893.--CONCRETE FOR PAVING AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.--J. E. Dotch,
Washington, D. C. Antedated Oct. 14, 1869
97,894.--APPARATUS FOR EXTINGUISHING FIRES BY MEANS OF CHEMICAL
AGENTS.--J. W. Douglas (assignor to W. Douglas and B. Douglas),
97,895.--LOOM TEMPLE.--Warren W. Dutcher (assignor to Dutcher Temple
Co.), Hopedale, Mass.
97,896.--VENTILATING HORSE COVER.--C. P. Eager (assignor to P. B.
Eager), Boston, Mass.
97,897.--MANUFACTURE OF IRON AND STEEL.--Wm. Ennis, Philadelphia, Pa.
97,898.--SEEDING MACHINE.--James Finlayson, Albany, Oregon.
97,899.--CLOTHES WRINGER.--M. M. Follett, Lake City, Minn.
97,900.--BLOTTING PAD.--C. A. Gale, Demopolis, Ala.
97,901.--MANUFACTURE OF NUTS.--J. W. Gaskill and Jas. Christie,
Phillipsburg, N. J.
97,902.--FIRE PLACE.--E. H. Gibbs, New York city.
97,903.--GRAIN DRILL.--Jacob F. Gibson, Chestnut Level, Pa.
97,904.--CARTRIDGE MACHINE.--Jabez H. Gill, Philadelphia, Pa.
97,905.--FIELD ROLLER.--Robert Glover, Tonawanda, N. Y.
97,905.--CORN PLANTER.--Henry Gortner, Nashport, Ohio.
97,907.--HINGE.--D. R. Gould (assignor to himself and O. H. Green),
Chestertown, N. Y.
97,908.--RADIAL DRILLING MACHINE.--G. A. Gray, Jr., Cincinnati, Ohio.
97,909.--BUCKLE.--F. F. Greenwood, Horsney, England. Patented in
England, Sept. 16, 1868.
97,910.--TOOL FOR CARVING WOOD.--L. L. Gunther, Chicago, Ill.
97,911.--PORTABLE DERRICK.--James R. Hammond, Sedalia, Mo.
97,912.--COAL STOVE.--B. R. Hawlev, Normal, Ill.
97,913.--GAS STOVE.--W. J. Hays, New York city.
97,914.--CONDENSING COLUMN FOR STILLS.--A. Hazzard, St. Louis, Mo.
97,915.--STOVEPIPE DRUM.--W. Hearle, Beamsville, Canada, assignor to C.
L. Spencer, trustee, assignor to Wm. Hearle and A. B. Johnson.
97,916.--MEANS FOR ATTACHING MUSQUITO BARS TO WINDOW BLINDS, DOORS,
ETC.--James Hebron, Buffalo, N. Y.
97,917.--WASHING MACHINE.--Edward Heim, Pittsburgh, Pa.
97,918.--RAILWAY CAR COUPLING.--Noah Hill, Leavenworth City, Kansas.
97,919.--FIFTH WHEEL FOR CARRIAGES.--Richard Hoadly, Toulon, Ill.
97,920.--FRUIT JAR.--D. I. Holcomb, Henry county, Iowa.
97,921.--CORN CULTIVATOR.--J. C. Holmes, Wyoming, Pa.
97,922.--FRUIT JAR.--Thos. Houghton and H. H. Houghton, Philadelphia,
97,923.--CONDENSER.--John Houpt, Springtown, Pa.
97,924.--PROPELLING APPARATUS.--Robert Hunter, New York city.
97,925.--HEDGE TRIMMER.--A. H. Hussey, Mount Pleasant, Ohio.
97,926.--FENCE.--Daniel Johnson, Cranberry, Ohio.
97,927.--SAW SET.--J. M. Jones, Commerce, Mo.
97,928.--RUBBER SPRING FOR USE IN SHIPS, CARS, AND FOR OTHER
PURPOSES.--J. A. Joyner, New York city.
97,929.--CARPET STRETCHER AND TACK HOLDER.--F. W. Judd, New Britain,
assignor to himself and E. M. Judd, New Haven, Conn. Antedated Dec.
97,930.--PUBLIC URINAL.--William M. Kepler, Cincinnati, Ohio.
97,931.--WASHING MACHINE.--John J. Kimball, Naperville, Ill.
97,932.--GRAIN STRIPPER.--J. O. King and Hiram A. Rice, Louisiana, Mo.
97,933.--BEEHIVE.--W. T. Kirkpatrick, Tamarva, Ill.
97,934.--LATCH.--G. W. Large, Yellow Springs, Ohio.
97,935.--SEWING MACHINE.--L. W. Lathrop, Nyack, N. Y.
97,936.--MANUFACTURE OF DRY WHITE LEAD.--G. T. Lewis, Philadelphia, and
E. O. Bartlett, Birmingham, Pa.
77,937.--CHURN.--F. A. Lindal, Stockton, N. Y.
97,938.--SEEDING MACHINE.--M. F. Lowth and T. J. Howe, Owatonna, Minn.
97,939.--FERTILIZER OR GUANO.--Orazio Lugo, Baltimore, Md.
97.940.--FURNACE FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF ULTRAMARINE.--H. A. Ludwig. New
97,941.--MANUFACTURE OF ULTRAMARINE.--H. A. Ludwig, New York city.
97,942.--WARDROBE.--A. G. Mack (assignor to himself and George Shelton),
Rochester, N. Y.
97,943.--UPRIGHT PIANO.--G. C. Manner, New York city.
97,944.--BOOT CRIMPER.--F. P. Marcy, Keokuk, Iowa. Antedated Dec. 4,
97,945.--MECHANISM FOR DRIVING COTTON GINS.--Wm. L. May, Linwood, Ala.,
assignor to W. J. May.
97,946.--MEAT CHOPPER.--Arthur McCarter, Salem, Ohio.
97,947.--GATE.--F. H. McGeorge, Corning, N. Y.
97,948.--CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS.--Alexander McPherson, Santa Cruz,
97,949.--GALVANIC BATTERY.--J. R. McPherson, Beloit, Wis.
97,950.--GAGE FOR CIRCULAR SAW TABLE.--R. N. Meriam, Worcester, Mass.
97,951.--SEWING MACHINE FOR SEWING BOOTS AND SHOES.--Daniel Mills, New
York city, assignor to Charles Goodyear, Jr., Ne Rochelle, N. Y.
97,952.--PROPELLER.--S. B. Morey, San Francisco, Cal.
97,953.--CAST-STEEL TUBE OR INGOT.--C. B. Morse, Rhinebeck, N. Y.
Antedated Dec. 8,1869.
97,954.--PACKING CASE FOR OIL CANS.--J. McLeod Murphy (assignor to J. L.
Graham), New York city.
97,955.--TIGHTENING AND GUIDING BELT.--C. K. Myers (assignor, for one
half, to Peter Weybrich), Pekin, Ill.
97,956.--FIRE-PLACE FUEL MAGAZINE STOVE.--J. J. Myers, (assignor to B.
C. Bibb), Baltimore, Md.
97,957.--CORN PLANTER.--J. B. Parker, Knob Noster, Mo.
97,958.--SAWING MACHINE.--Archibald Perry (assignor to himself and Jacob
Fisher), Richland, Ind. Antedated Dec. 3,1869.
97,959.--MECHANICAL MOVEMENT.--Osgood Plummer, Worcester, Mass.
97,960.--TEACHERS' REGISTER.--W. S. Poulson and W. N. Poulson, Cadiz,
97,961.--SIDE-SADDLE TREE.--J. H. Preston, Jefferson City, Mo.
97,962.--PROCESS OF PREPARING PLANTS TO BE USED IN CIGAKS, SNUFF,
ETC.--P. V. Ramel, Paris, France.
97,963.--PIPE COUPLING.--L. W. Reed, East Cambridge, Mass.
97,964.--FRUIT JAR.--S. B. Rowley, Philadelphia, Pa.
97,965.--CLOTHES WRINGER.--E. P. Russell, Manlius, N. Y.
97,966.--COAL STOVE.--Watson Sanford, New York city. Antedated Sept. 3,
97,967.--BASE BURNING STOVE.--Watson Sanford, New York city. Antedated
Sept. 15, 1869.
97,968.--JOURNAL BOX.--A. H. Sassaman, Scranton, Pa.
97,969.--HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK.--Jacob Schmidlapp, New York city.
97,971.--SNOW PLOW FOR RAILWAYS.--T. L. Shaw, Omaha, Nebraska.
97,972.--COMPOSITION METAL FOR TUBING, PIPES, AND SHEETING.--W. A. Shaw
(assignor to Peter Naylor), New York city.
97,973.--PRUNING SHEARS.--J. H. Shehan, Lima, Ind., assignor to himself,
G. W. Edgecomb, and T. J. Bull.
97,974.--PRICE-CALCULATING DEVICE.--Albert Sinclair, West Waterville,
97,975.--CONSTRUCTION OF BRIDGES.--C. S. Smith, C. H. Latrobe, and F. H.
Smith, Baltimore, Md.
97,976.--CHURN.--Simon Smith, Clarksburg, N. Y.
97,977.--COTTON BALE TIES.--W. M. Smith, Augnsta, Ga.
97,978.--GRAIN MEASURING ATTACHMENT TO THRASHING MACHINES.--W. A.
Workman, Fairfleld, Iowa.
97,979.--SCAFFOLD FOR GATHERING FRUIT, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.--A. J.
Wright, Cleveland, Ohio.
97,980.--REVOLVING CUPBOARD.--Wendell Wright, Bloomfield, N. J.
97,981.--BARRACK OR HOSPITAL BEDSTEAD.--Chas. S. Snead, Louisville, Ky.
97,982.--PIANO FORTE.--C. F. Th. Steinway, New York city.
97,983.--WATER-PROOFING FABRICS.--John Stenhouse, 17 Rodney street,
Pentonville, London, England, assignor to Arthur Cheney and Alonzo
Milliken, Boston, Mass. Patented in England, Jan. 8, 1862.
97,984.--RAILS FOR ORNAMENTAL FENCE.--Elizabeth Mary Stigale,
97,985.--LATCH FOR DOUBLE DOORS.--J. W. Still, San Francisco, Cal.
97,986.--LATHE FASTENING.--J. G. Stowe, Providence, R. I.
97,987.--VINEGAR APPARATUS.--A. D. Strong, Ashtabula Ohio.
97,988.--WRENCH.--G.C.Taft, Worcester, Mass.
97,989.--BARK MILL.--William Tansley, Salisbury Centre, assignor to
"Starbuck Brothers," Troy, N.Y.
97,990.--CLEVIS FOR PLOWS.--J.H. Tarpley, Greensborough, N.C.
97,991.--HANDLE FOR KNIVES.--A.L. Taylor, Springfield, Vt.
97,992.--MAKING BRICKS, TILES, ETC.--Daniel Thackara, Woodbury, N.J.
97,993.--FOOT AND KNEELING STOOL FOR CHURCHES.--J.P. Tibbits, New York
97,994.--RAILWAY CARRIAGE WHEEL AND AXLE.--C.D. Tisdale (assignor to
himself and J.H. Clapp), Boston, Mass.
97,995.--SUSPENDERS.--C. Van Hoesen, Catskill, assignor to himself, J.H.
Burtis, Brooklyn, and M.W. Staples, Catskill, N.Y.
97,996--BUTTONHOLE CUTTER.--F.H. Walker, Boston, Mass.
97,997.--BED BOTTOM.--C.E. Walkes, Elyria, Ohio.
97,998.--STILL FOR OIL, ETC.--John Warner, Flushing, N.Y.
97,999.--PAPER FILE.--C.W. West, Shiloh, assignor to himself and O.A.
Douglas, Bridgeton, N.J.
98,000.--HOISTING APPARATUS.--T.A. Weston, Ridgewood, N.J., assignor to
William Sellers and John Sellers, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Patented in
England, Aug. 28, 1868.
98,001.--COKE WAGON.--Corydon Wheat and Alfred Catchpole, Geneva, N.Y.
98,002.--MACHINE FOR MAKING CARRIAGE CLIPS.--Darius Wilcox and R.
McChesney (assignors to D.M. Basset and Darius Wilcox), Derby, Conn.
98,003.--DOOR FOR FIRE-PLACE STOVE.--W.E. Wood, Baltimore, Md.
98,004.--INTERCHANGEABLE BOOT AND SHOE HEEL.--J.C. Woodhead, Pittsburgh,
98,005.--CAMEL FOR RAISING VESSELS.--Samuel Woolston, Vincentown, N.J.
* * * * *
60,192.--STEAM ENGINE GOVERNOR.--Dated Dec. 4,1866; reissue
3,759.--R.K. Huntoon,for himself and J.A. Lynch, assignee, by mesne
assignments, of R.K. Huntoon. Boston, Mass.
72,114.--VARIABLE CRANK FOR BORING MACHINES.--Dated Dec. 10,1867;
reissue 3,760.--Theodore Mace, New York city, assignee of G.C. Taft.
68,782.--SLIDE FOR EXTENSION TABLE.--Dated Sept. 10,1867; reissue
3,761.--H. Olds, Syracuse, N.Y.
89,167.--NOZZLE FOR CANS.--Dated April 20,1869; reissue
3,762.--Charles Pratt, New York city.
84,766.--HORSE POWER.--Dated Dec. 8, 1868; reissue 3,763.--Cyrus Roberts
and J.A. Throp, Three Rivers, Mich.
44,117.--COMPOSITION FOR CONCRETE PAVEMENTS.--Dated Sept. 6,1864;
reissue 3,764.--Edward Seeley, Scranton, Pa.
49,207.--CARPET BAG LOCK.--Dated Aug. 1, 1865; reissue
3,765.--Bernard Steinmetz, Paris, France.
91,800.--STEAM GENERATOR FURNACES.--Dated June 22, 1866; reissue
3,766.--A.J. Warren and D.W. Wilson, assignors to themselves and Noah
Shaw, West Eau Claire, Wis., and U.M. Stone, Augusta, Wis.
* * * * *
3,784.--STOVE.--D.P. Beckwith, Dowagiac, Mich.
3,785.--PLOW CLEVIS.--Geo. Johnson, administrator of the estate of G.P.
Darrow, deceased, (assignor to J.L. Haven & Co.), Cincinnati, Ohio.
3,786.--STOVE.--S.S. Jewett and F.H. Root, Buffalo, N.Y.
3,787.--MASONIC ORNAMENT.--Daniel Keefer, Attica, Ind.
3,788.--PAPER COLLAR.--W.F. Mosely, Brooklyn, N.Y.
3,789.--FLOWER STAND.--C.H. Waters, Groton, Mass.
* * * * *
CLOTH-STRETCHING ROLLERS.--Seth Simmons, of Providence, R.I.,
administrator of Nathan Simmons, deceased.--Letters Patent No. 13,888;
dated Dec. 4, 1855. BUCKLE.--S.E. Booth, of Orange, Conn., administrator
of S.S. Hartshorn, deceased.--Letters Patent No. 13,907; dated Dec. 11,
* * * * *
PATENTS ISSUED FOR THE WEEK ENDING DEC. 21, 1869.
98,006.--MANUFACTURE OF THE METALLIC PARTS OF FIRE ARMS.--Isaac Adams,
Jr.. Boston, Mass, assignor to United Nicke Company.
98,007.--TOY VELOCIPEDE.--H.C. Alexander, New York city.
98,008.--MACHINE FOR MAKING WROUGHT NAILS.--Daniel Armstrong, Chicago,
98,009.--WASH BOILER.--James Armstrong, Bucyrus, Ohio.
98,010.--REFRIGERATOR.--Samuel Ayers, Danville, Ky.
98,011.--HYDRANT.--G.C. Bailey, Pittsburgh, Pa.
98,012.--WASHING MACHINE.--Joseph Balsley, Bedford, Ind.
98,013.--SAW MILL.--A.P. Barlow, Kalamazoo, Mich.
98,014.--BORING MACHINE.--E.C. Barton, Bloomsburg, Pa.
98,015.--PADLOCK.--Thomas Bernhard, Hartford, Conn.
98,016.--FENCE.--Inmon Blackaby, Civer, Ill.
98,017.--PLOWING MACHINE.--Albert Bondeli, Philadelphia, Mo.
98,018.--CARRIAGE BRAKE.--A.S. Boyer, Bernville, Pa.
98,019.--LOW-WATER INDICATOR.--William A. Bradford, Cincinnati, Ohio,
assignor to C.G. Pease, trustee for Malone Safety-Valve Company.
98,020.--MACHINE FOR MAKING FERRULES.--Robert Briggs, Philadelphia, Pa.
98,021.--STEAM GENERATOR.--M.S. Bringier, Ascension parish, La.
98,022.--FIRE AND WATER-PROOF PAINT.--Theodor Brinkmann, Greeneville,
98,023.--ANIMAL TRAP.--Adam Brown, Bridgeport, Oregon.
98,024.--HAIR-SPRING ADJUSTMENT FOR WATCHES.--Augustus Brown, Dryden,
98,025.--EXPANDING MUFF BLOCK.--C.F. Butterworth, Troy, N.Y.
98,026.--SAP SPOUT.--G.L. Cady, Lowell, Mass.
98,027.--HAY LOADER.--James Capen, Charlton, Mass.
98,028.--GRINDING MACHINE.--George T. Chattaway, Brooklyn, E.D., and
John Dickinson, New York city, assignors to G.S. Chattaway.
98,029.--COOPERS' TOOL.--John Christy, Clyde, Ohio.
98,030.--NAIL AND PEG DRIVER.--F.0. Claflin, New York city. Antedated
98,031.--SELF-CANCELING POSTAL AND REVENUE STAMP.--S.M. Clark,
98,032.--CAPSTAN WINDLASS.--D.N.B. Coffin, Jr., Newton, assignor to
himself and I.D. Spaulding:, Boston, Mass.
98,033.--METAL-CLAD ARTIFICIAL STONE.--Francois Coignet, Paris, France.
98,034.--MAKING ARTIFICIAL STONE AND CONCRETE.--Francois Coignet, Paris,
98,035.--MALAXATOR FOR THE PREPARATION OF PLASTIC MATERIALS FOR
ARTIFICIAL STONE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.--Francois Coignet, Paris,
93,036.--HASP LOCK.--E.R. Colver, New London, Conn.
98,037.--DEVICE FOR CONVEYING SAWDUST FROM SAWS.--W.S. Colwell,
98,038.--COMBINATION OF PIANOFORTE AND CABINET.--Edward Cotter, Boston,
98,039.--CURTAIN FIXTURE.--J.P. Crawford, Carmichaels, Pa.
98,040.--VISE.--Edwin Crawley and T.L. Baylies, Richmond, Ind.
98,041.--CLOD FENDER.--W.L. Dearth and G.P. Rondebush, Jefferson, Ind.
98,042.--HAY AND GRAIN ELEVATOR.--John Dennis. Oswego, N.Y.
98,043.--DYNAMOMETER.--J. Emerson, Lowell, Mass.
98,044.--DUMPING WAGON.--John Esch, Milwaukee, Wis.
98,045.--FIREPLACE GRATE.--George W. Everhart, Louisville, Ky.
98,046.--VAPORIZING PETROLEUM, ETC.--H.R. Foote, Boston, Mass.
98,047.--TOY GUN.--C.T. Ford and E. Trask, Salem, Mass. Antedated Dec.
98,048.--SHIFTING RAIL FOR BUGGY.--Harlow French and Robert Meyer,
98,049.--RAILWAY-CAR TRUCK.--Perry G. Gardiner, New York city.
98,050.--CAR SPRING.--P.G. Gardiner, New York city.
98,051.--RAILWAY SWITCH.--M. J. Gaskill, Wm. Yost, and John Ferris,
Pleasant Plain, Ohio.
98,052.--MILLER TRAP FOR BEEHIVES.--T. L. Gray, Thomasville, Tenn.
98,053.--STUFFING Box.--Chas. Green, Philadelphia, Pa.
98,054.--SUSPENSION CLIP.--H. S. Griffiths and J. C. Gary, New York
98,055.--TOY SAFE OR BANK.--John Hall, Watertown, Mass. Antedated Dec.
98,056.--LOUNGE AND BEDSTEAD.--A. R. Harper and C. B. Dake, Hobart, Ind.
98,057.--MACHINE FOR UPSETTING TIRE.--A. S. Hart, San Francisco, Cal.
98,058.--RAILWAY CAR COUPLING.--A. S. Hart, San Francisco, Cal.
98,059.--STOVE GRATE.--David Hathaway, Troy, N. Y.
98,060.--HOLDING DEVICE FOR LAMP CHIMNEYS.--John F Hechtle, Waterbury,
98,061.--STEAM AND CALORIC ENGINE.--Alexander Hendry, Victoria, British
98,062.--REIN HOLDER.--Davis Kurd, Lockport, N. Y.
98,063.--SPRING SEAT FOR WAGONS.--A. L. Hurtt, Monticello, Ind.
98,063.--SEWING MACHINE.--A. J. Hurtu and V. J. Hautin, Paris, France.
98,065.--ROOFING COMPOUND.--C. B. Hutchins, Ann Arbor, Mich.
98,066.--DENTAL IMPRESSION CUP.--R. V. Jenks, Paterson. N. J.
98,067.--PUMP.--A. C. Judson (assignor to himself and E. O. Judson),
Grand Rapids, Mich.
98,068.--LEATHER-SPLITTING MACHINE.--Charles Keniston, Somerville, Mass.
98,069.--SPRING BED BOTTOM.--E. S. Kimball, Springfield, Mass.
98,070.--WHIP SOCKET.--C. P. Kimball, Portland, Me.
98,071.--FLOOD GATE.--A. L. King, Farmersville, Ohio.
98,072.--MANUFACTURE OF SCOOPS.--J. Geo. Knapp, Woodhaven, N.Y.,
assignor to the Lalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Co., New York city.
98,073.--DRIVE WELL TUBES.--D. R. Knight, Akron, Ohio. 98,074.--DEVICE
FOR PREVENTING LEAKAGE ABOUT CHIMNEYS.--Abraham Lang, Buffalo, N. Y.
98,075.--HARVESTER DROPPER.--T. F. Lippencott, Conemaugh, Pa.
98,076.--CAR COUPLING.--Joseph Long, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
98,077.--HEAD REST.--C. B. Loveless, Syracuse, N. Y.
98,078.--BURGLAR ALARM.--Moses Lunt, Cambridgeport, Mass.
98,079.--FOLDING AND EXTENSION TABLE.--G. Mayer, Sullivan, Ill.
98,080.--LANTERN.--I. C. Mayo, Gloucester, Mass.
98,081.--WATER WHEEL.--H. W. McAuley, De Soto, Wis.
98,082.--LET-OFF MECHANISM FOR LOOMS.--Ephriam McDaniel, Lowell, Mass.
98,083.--LAMP.--J. K. Mentzer, New Holland, Pa.
98,084.--SURVEYOR'S MARK.--C. C. P. Meyer, Yankton, Dakota Territory.
98,085.--TAILOR'S CRAYON SHARPENER--R. R. Miles, Wabash, Ind.
98,086.--COOKING STOVE.--J. H. Mitchell and T. S. Mitchell, Pittsburgh,
98,087.--PRINTING PRESS.--Charles Montague (assignor to C. C. Child),
98,088.--PRINTING PRESS.--Chas. Montague (assignor to C. C. Child),
98,089.--STEAM GENERATOR.--Jas. Montgomery, Sing Sing, N. Y. Antedated
98,090.--HARVESTER DROPPER.--Ephraim Myers, Creagerstown, Md. Antedated
98,091.--COTTON BASKET.--R. L. Myers, Washington, N.C.
98,092.--VELOCIPEDE.--Robert Neale, Brooklyn, N. Y. Antedated Dec.
98,093.--STOVEPIPE THIMBLE.--Thomas Newell, Oskaloosa, Iowa.
98,094.--CURTAIN AND SHAWL STRETCHER.--James Nicklin, Cleveland, Ohio.
98,095.--RAILROAD CAR VENTILATOR.--E. Norton, Brooklyn, N. Y.
98,096.--ILLUMINATING STOVE.--Benjamin Nott. Albany, N. Y.
98,097.--HAY ELEVATOR,--J. W. Odaniel, Cloverdale, Ind.
98,098.--PASSENGER REGISTER FOR VEHICLES.--Thos. Ollis, Netherfleld Road
South, Liverpool, England. Patented in England, March 31,1868.
98,099.--RAILWAY CAR WHEEL.--J. T. Owen, Philadelphia, Pa.
98,100.--HARROW.--George Paddington, Springville, Iowa.
98,101.--PACKING AND ATOMIZING CAN FOR INSECT POWDER.--F.L. Palmer, Sr.,
New York city.
98,102.--COMBINED OYSTER KNIFE AND ICE PICK.--Wm. Pattberger,
98,104.--TRUNK.--T. B. Peddie, Newark, N. J.
98,105.--BOLT CLAMP.--Charles E. Phillips, South Deerfield, Mass.
98,106.--COMBINED SQUARE AND CALIPER.--Josiah Potts, Milwaukee, Wis.
98,107.--METAL ALLOY FOR HARNESS TRIMMINGS, ETC.--A.A. Randall, South
Braintree, assignor to himself and C. F. Whitcomb, Boston, Mass.
98,108.--CARPENTER'S PLOW.--Royal B. Rice, Williamsburgh, Mass.
98,109.--CUT-NAIL MACHINE.--Levi Richards (assignor, by mesne
assignments, to himself, O. A. Washburn, G. S. Perkins, and F. S
Roscoe), Providence, R. I.
98,110.--ELECTRO-PLATING WITH BRASS AND OTHER ALLOYS.--Samuel Rust, Jr.,
98,111.--INDICATOR FOR SAW MILL HEAD BLOCKS.--George Selden, Erie, Pa.
98,112.--CULTIVATOR.--J. B. Skinner, Rockford, Ill.
98,113.--HARVESTER.--A. L. Smith, Bristol Centre, N. Y.
98,114.--ELECTRO-MAGNETIC LOCK.--J. C. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y.
98,115.--BRICK MACHINE.--Thomas Smurfit, Davisville, Mich.
98,116.--FLOOR CLAMP.--Joseph B. Spencer, Norwich, Conn. Antedated Dec.
98,117.--CHURN DASHER.--Aurelius Sperry, Tremont, Ill.
98,118.--GAS GENERATOR AND CARBURETER.--Amos Stevens (assignor to E. A.
Whitney), Fitchburg, Mass.
98,119.--ROCKING AND EASY CHAIR.--A. W. Stewart, Boston, Mass.
98,120.--PLOW.--R. E. Strait, Galesburg, Mich.
98,121.--MACHINE FOR SCOURING, SETTING-CUT, AND FINISHING HIDES OK
SKINS.--John Taggart, Melrose, assignor to himself and W. N. Brink,
98,122.--VARIABLE CUT-OFF FOR STEAM ENGINES.--M. C Taylor, Grass Valley,
Cal. Antedated Dec. 17,1869.
98,123.--SHINGLE PACKER.--R. B. Taylor, Pensaukie, Wis.
98,124.--CUTTER-HEAD.--Hiram Thompson (assignor to R. Ball & Co.),
98,125.--WATER-WHEEL.--W. J. Thompson, Springfield, Mo.
98,126.--WHEEL FOR STEAM CARRIAGE--R. W. Thomson, Edinburgh, Great
Britain. Patented in England, April 21, 1868.
98,127.--CIRCULAR SAW MILL.--John Trunick, Muscatine, Iowa
98,128.--CLOD FENDER.--J. W. Tull, Zionsville, Ind.
98,129.--NECKTIE AND COLLAR COMBINED.--James Varley, Hudson, assignor to
himself and D. M. Smyth, Orange, N. J.
98,130.--EYE FOR RAILWAY CAR BELL-ROPE.--W. M. Walton (assignor to J. J.
Walton), Newark, N. J.
98,131.--PIPE COUPLING.--J. D. Ware, Savannah, Ga.
98,132.--GAGE COCKS.--G. L. Watson, Nesquehoning, Pa.
98,133.--LUBRICATOR FOR THE BOLSTERS OF VERTICAL SHAFTS.--J.W.Watties,
98,134.--BRICK KILN, ETC.--E.V. Wingard, Williamsport, Pa.
98,135.--MACHINE FOR SPINNING AND CURLING HAIR.--Philip Wisdom,
Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to John Sickles, trustee, and John Sickles,
trustee, assignor to John Wisdom and J. H. Wilcox, New York city.
98,136.--SEED PLANTER.--D.C. Woods, Waxahatchie, Texas
98,137.--HARROW.--George Workman, Rochester, N. Y.
98,138.--RAILROAD SWITCH.--Edmund Yardley, Pittsburgh, Pa.
98,139.--APPARATUS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF IRON AND STEEL.--Charles Adams
(assignor to himself and Charles Sharpe), Philadelphia, Pa.
98,140.--RAILWAY CAR SPRING.--William Barry and George Franklin,
98,141.--FOLDING CHAIR.--Burroughs Beach, Meriden, assignor to himself
and E.I. Pyle, Bridgeport, Conn.
98,142.--HAIR RESTORATIVE.--Ann K. Benson, Allegheny City, Pa.
98,143.--MACHINE FOR LAYING OUT SASH.--Alpheus Bigony, Winchester, Ohio.
98,144.--DEVICE FOR SECURING PULLEYS TO SHAFTS.--J. H. Buckman (assignor
to himself and P. W. Reinshagen), Cincinnati, Ohio.
98,145.--POCKET BOOK.--Alphonzo Button, Dunkirk, N. Y., assignor to M.
O. Wilber for one half of said patent.
98,146.--SPRING BED BOTTOM.--J. P. Chamberlin, Abington, Mass.
98,147.--SAFETY HARNESS BUCKLE.--John Chestnut, Jr., Hustontown, Pa.
98,148.--WASHING MACHINE.--A. P. Cindel and Martin Vogel, Jacksonville,
98,149.--OPERATING DEVICE FOR WATER CLOSETS.--B. R. Cole, Buffalo, N. Y.
98,150.--TURBINE WATER-WHEEL.--E. F. Cooper, Mount Gilead, Ohio.
98,151.--SEWING MACHINE FOR SEWING BOOTS AND SHOES.--C. O. Crosby. New
98,152.--CHURN DASHER.--Theophilus Crutcher, Edgefield, Tenn.
98,153.--WATER CLOSET VALVE.--J. N. Deck (assignor to himself, B. R.
Cole, and G. F. Deck), Buffalo, N. Y.
98,154.--CARD HOLDER.--C. R. Doane, Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y.
98,155.--PROCESS OF TREATING WINES, BEER, AND LIQUORS.--J. O. Donner,
Jersey City, N. J.
98,156.--VALVE GEAR.--T. E. Evans, W. R. Thomas, and Joshua Hunt,
98,157.--CORN PLANTER.--D. Fitzpatrick and John Knull, St. Paris, Ohio.
98,158.--PAINT BRUSH.--F. P. Furnald, Jr., R. W. Champion, and I. N.
Davies, New York city.
98,159.--GRUB HOOK.--J. W. Goodall, Eldred, Pa.
98,160.--WASH BOARD.--B. F. Gott, Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y.
98,161.--CHURN.--G. H. Gregory, North Wilton, Conn.
98,162.--HYDRO-PNEUMATIC GOVERNOR.--Andrew Harris, Philadelphia, Pa.
98,163--MUSICAL INSTRUMENT.--C. F. Hill, New York city.
98,164.--SECURING THE LASH IN FLY-NETS.--J. S. Huston, Mechanicsburg,
98,165.--PROCESS OF PURIFYING AND DECOLORING ALBUMEN FROM BLOOD.--Pierre
Jacques, Paris, France.
98,166.--WIRE HANDLE FORMER.--W. C. Jones, Quincy, Ill.
98,167.--MECHANISM FOR RAISING AND LOWERING BOARDS.--Cheney Kilburn and
Artemas Kilburn (assignors to Hale, Goodman, & Co.), Philadelphia, Pa.
98,168.--EGG BEATER.--Linn Laurie, Washington, D. C.
98,169.--WIRE BALE FASTENING.--E. S. Lennox, New Brighton, N. Y.
98,170.--INSOLE FOR BOOTS AND SHOES.--Calvin A. Leonard, Rochester, N.
98,171.--GLOBE VALVE.--Hippolite Levasseur, Brooklyn, N. Y.
98,172.--LUBRICATING SLEEVE.--G.A. Lloyd, San Francisco, Cal., assignor
to himself and Anthony Rosenfield.
98,173.--COMPOSITION FOR PREVENTING INCRUSTATION IN STEAM BOILERS.--G.W.
Lord, Philadelphia, Pa.
98,174.--GAS GENERATOR AND BURNER.--C.B. Loveless, Syracuse, N.Y.
98,175.--EXTINGUISHING FIRE IN BUILDINGS.--Orozi Lugo, Baltimore, Md.
98,176.--APPARATUS FOR DISPENSING SODA-WATER SIRUPS.--John Matthews,
Jr., New York city.
98,177.--SIRUP-DISPENSING APPARATUS.--John Matthews, Jr., New York city.
98,178.--SIRUP RESERVOIR FOR SODA-FOUNTAINS.--John Matthews, Jr., New
98,179.--SOAP.--C.P. McGimsey, Memphis, Tenn.
98,180.--METHOD OF HEADING SCREWS.--Daniel T. Munger (assignor to
himself and Rufus E. Hitchcock), Waterbury, Conn.
98,181.--BRICK MOLD.--Matthew Newlove (assignor to himself and Samuel
Gilbert) Burlington, Iowa.
98,182.--HARVESTER CUTTER.--Theodore Neys, Menomonee, Wis., assignor to
himself and Alexis I. Brunell.
98,183.--COTTON SEED PLANTER.--A. E. Nixon, Memphis, Tenn.
98,184.--HOSE COUPLING.--William J. Osbourne (assignor to himself,
Gideon B. Massey, and William F. Shaffer), New York city.
98,185.--FARM GATE.--Christopher Ostrander, Lodi, Wis.
98,186.--RAILWAY RAIL CHAIR.--S.N. Park, Bloomsbury, N.J.
98,187.--NUT LOCK.--Morgan Payne, Cardington, Ohio.
98,188.--SHUTTLE-CHECK FOR LOOMS.--David Pickman (assignor to himself
and Stuart Bishop), Lowell, Mass.
98,189.--SAW GUIDE.--C. Purdy, Bedford, Ohio.
98,190.--GRAIN BIN.--Fitch Raymond and August Miller, Cleveland, Ohio.
98,191.--BOOKBINDING.--Ira Reynolds (assignor to "Reynolds & Reynolds"),
98,192.--VAPOR BURNER.--Wm.H. Rudolph, St. Louis, Mo.
98,193.--CORN PLANTER.--C.B. Ruth, Doylestown, Pa. Antedated December
98,194.--GATE.--Charles Saxton, Fredonia, Ohio.
98,195.--FARM GATE.--Samuel Scott, Yane, Ohio.
98,196.--POST AUGER.--George Seeger and Charles H. Shaffer, Clark's
Hill, Ind. Antedated December 11,1869.
98,197.--PAYING BLOCK.--Reuben Shaler, Madison, Conn.
98,198.--CARTRIDGE FEEDER FOR GUN HAMMER.--Thomas Shaw, Philadelphia,
98,199.--WASH BOILER.--John P. Sherwood (assignor to himself and
Benjamin S. Burnham), Fort Edward, N. Y.
98,200.--BOOKBINDING.--David Shive, Philadelphia, Pa.
98,201.--RAILROAD CAR VENTILATOR.--Oliver Slagle, London, assignor to
himself and Thomas H. Foulds, Cincinnati, Ohio.
98,202.--CULTIVATOR.--S.T. Spaulding, North Cohocton, N.Y.
98,203.--ELEVATOR.--Francis Stein and Henry Haering--New York city.
98,204.--TIRE COOLER.--Edward Stodtmeister, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
98,205.--DYNAMOMETERS.--John W. Sutton, Portland, Oregon.
98,206.--MACHINE FOR SAWING AND SPLITTING WOOD--John A. Taplin, Carthage
Landing, Fishkill, N.Y.
98,207.--CARRIAGE SPRING.--George W. Tew, Kansas City, Mo.
98,208.--SELF--VENTILATING SAFETY CANS FOR FILLING AND DISCHARGING
HYDROCARBON APPARATUS.--Lovias D. Towsley Newark, N. J.
98,209.--CORD-TIGHTENER FOR CURTAIN FIXTURES.--Elisha Turner,
98,210.--MANUFACTURE OF PAPER PULP FROM WOOD.--George Vining,
98,211.--COMPOUND FOR MIXING PAINT.--Peter M. Wallower, Smith's Ferry,
98,212.--HASP LOCK.--Cornelius Walsh, James F. Connelly, and Alfred
Bratt, Newark, N. J., assignors to Cornelius Walsh.
98,213.--SEED DRILL.--Orrin A. Wheeler, Doniphan, Kansas.
98,214.--EXPANDING TRIPLE SHOVEL PLOW.--Edward Wiard (assignor to B. F.
Avery), Louisville, Ky.
98,215.--HEAD-BLOCK OF SAW MILLS.--Franklin J. Staley (assignor to
himself, George W. Joseph, Isaac S. Long, and George H. Carter),
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97,293.--MACHINE FOR CLIPPING HORSES' HAIR.--Dated June 30, 1868;
patented in England, April 24, 1867; reissue 3,767.--Patrick Adie, of
the Stand, London, England.
23,033.--HOSE COUPLING.--Dated February 22,1859; reissue 3,768.--William
H. Bliss, Newport, R. I., assignee of himself and Robert B. Lawton.
52,135.--SEEDING MACHINE.--Dated January 23, 1866; reissue 3,769.--Henry
Bundel, Dayton, Ohio.
26,475.--BREECH-LOADING FIREARM.--Dated December 20, 1859; reissue
3,770.--Bethel Burton, Brooklyn, N. Y., and Wm. C. Ward, New York city,
assignees of Bethel Burton.
94,486.--EXTENSION SLIDE FOR TABLES.--Dated September 7, 1869; reissue
3,771.--S. J. Genung. Waterloo, N. Y.
71,624.--ELECTRIC CLOCK.--Dated December 3, 1867; reissue 3,772.--The
Kennedy Electric Clock Company, New York city, assignees of Samuel A.
Kennedy, S. W. Holt, and Joseph Gerlach.
82,705.--SCRUBBING BRUSH.--Dated October 6, 1868; reissue 3,773.--B.F.
Koller, Shrewsbury, Pa., assignee of Samuel Gibson.
42,617.--PUMP.--Dated May 3, 1864; reissue 3,774.--Henry R. Sensenig and
Moses W. Martin. Earl township, Pa., assignees, by mesne assignments, of
Martin W. Zimmerman and John Zimmerman.
88,208.--MANUFACTURE OF IRON AND STEEL.--Dated March 23, 1869; reissue
3,775.--John Ralston, Abraham L. Thomas, and William Parkinson, for
themselves, and William A. Shoemaker, Schuylkill county, and George
E. Buckley, Philadelphia, Pa., assignees of said Ralston, Thomas, and
* * * * *
3,790 and 3,791.--TACK HEAD.--Orrin L. Bassett (assignor to the Taunton
Tack Company), Taunton, Mass. Two patents.
3,792.--COFFEE OR TEA FILTER.--George M. Bull, New Baltimore, N.Y.
3,793.--CARPET PATTERN.--Robert R. Campbell (assignor to Lowell
Manufacturing Company), Lowell, Mass.
3,794.--CAR VENTILATOR.--Robert Hitchcock, Springfield, Mass.
3,795 to 3,797.--WARDROBE HOOK.--Morton Judd, New Haven, Conn. Three
3,798 to 3,802.--CARPET PATTERN.--Elemir J. Ney, Dracut, assignors to
Lowell Manufacturing Company, Lowell, Mass. Five patents.
3,803.--TRADE MARK.--Charles Perkes, Philadelphia, Pa. 3,804 and
3,805.--WATCH PLATE.--George P. Reed, Boston, Mass. Two patents.
3,806.--FRUIT JAR COYER.--Henry E. Shaffer, Rochester, N.Y.
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