For which Letters Paient of the United Slates were Granted November 19, 1895, AND EACH BEARING THAI DATE [See note at end of list about copies of these patents. I Adjustable screen, G. A. Bausnian.................. 549,892 Advertising device and actuating mechanism therefor. M. M. Gillam............................550.168 Agricultural boiler. C. Gorton....................... 550,169 Air motor, compressed, G. Durand..................550,163 Alarm. See Cycle alarm. Fire alarm. Speed indicating alarm. Animal shears. B. Oakes............................550.082 Animal trap, J. T. Wells............................. 550,147 Arithmometer, B. B. Stonebraker.................. 550,030 Automatic brake, Francisco & Nash................ 550,166 Automatic brake, A. F. & 11. C. Mohrenweiser___550,080 \ Axle box, T. Lo Casto................................549,926 I Axle gage, R. A. Simpson............................550,061 Bale tie. adiustable, E. S. Lenox.................... 550,235 I Baling press, C. H. Coles.............................549,957 I Barrel or tierce, W. C. Blundell..................... 550,094 I Basin, wash, F. A.IRadcliffe..........................550,134 Bathing form, K. Hatch.............................550,171 I Battery. See Electric battery. Galvanic battery. Battery plate and making same, storage, F. J. Clamer............................................549,899 Bearing device, hall, M. V.T. Dubreuil............ 550,100 Bearing, vehicle ball, J. L. Dolson.................. 550,043 Bedstead, W. H. Garn er..............................549,960 Bedstead bracket, H. G. Traeger.................... 550,207 Bell, door, W. R. Moore.............................. 549,929 Belting for transmission of power, R. I. Brown... 549,953 Beverages, apparatus for cooling and drawing, W. A. Wagn er.................................... 550,232 Bicycle chains, machine for heading down rivets of, Willetts& Lewis, Jr.......................... 550,116 Bicycle crank shaft, W. A. Bean.................... 550,122 Bicycle support, J. W. Hellwig...................... 549,917 Binder, W. B. Allen.................................. 550,065 Block. See Snatch block. Board. See Ironing board. Roofing board, i Boat. See Inflatable boat. Boiler. See Agricultural boiler. Upright boiler. Water tube boiler. Boilers, device for scouring contact surfaces of bandhole plates in steam, M. H. Detrick.......550,099 Book, check, J. B- Austin...............-....-...... 549,890 Book holder, Kullberg & Brunzell.................. 550,180 Book rack, revolving, H. D. Meads............... .. 549,927 Bottle, P. G. Smith...................................550,142 Bottle stopper. M.J. Beach.......................... 550,013 I Bottle washing and filling machine, J. J. F. Pen- i nink...............................................550,056 1 Bracket. See Bedstead bracket. Shade bracket. Staging bracket. I Brake. See Automatic brake. Car brake. Vehicle brake. Brake apparatus, automatic fluid pressure, R. A. Parke............................................550,083 Brazing furnace, A. W. Straight.................... 550,007 Brick machine, R. N. Ross.......................... 550,195 Bridges, euard gate for spring, L. J. Kronawitter 550,105 Brush bridle, paint, F. B. Harvey................... 550,170 Buckle, A. J. Schneider... ........................550,112 Buffing or polishing device, H. A. Webster.550,062, 550,063 Burial apparatus, J. J. Baronet...................... 550,153 Burner. See Gas burner. Button turning lathe, pearl, J. F. Healey.......... 549,915 Can. See Oil can. Cane weaving loom, C. Crompton................... 550.068 Cane weavine loom, H. B. Morris...................549,930 Car bolster, railway, H. C. Williamson..............550,011 Car brake, D. H. Grant.............................. 550,000 Car coupling, W. C. Boswell........................550,156 Car coupling, J. W. Riddle..........................549,935 Car for pneumatic railways, C. A. Rush............549,936 Car gripper, coal, Bennett & George................549,893 Car guard, T. A. Devane............................550,069 Car or locomotive, electric, R. Eickemeyer........ 550,220 Car track sander, positive feed, W. Westbeffer.... 549,895 Carding engine flats, mechanism for grinding, J. Garside............................................550,125 I Case. See Paper case. Casting hollow ingots, machine for, Armand & Rais................................................ 550.089 Cellulose cleaning apparatus, M. R. Bergen........ 549,894 Chain tray, watch, A. Lawrence.....................549,970 Check loop, A. G. Schmidt........................... 550,084 Checkrein hook, A. T. Moore........................ 550,049 Chilian mill, M. P. Boss..............................550,038 Chimney and smokestack cowl, stationary, W. D. Craig............................................. 550,160 Churn, ice cream freezer, and press, combined, H. H. Halley et al.................................549,961 Cigarette machine, continuous, F. A. Flanegin.... 550.101 Cinder and dust arrester, automatic, J. Elsasser.. 550.165 Clamp. See Joining clamp. Saw clamp. Clasp. See Garment clasp. : Cloth cutting machine, P. L. Cron.................. 549,900 f Clothes lifter and supporter for wash boilers, W. R.Thomas........................................ 549,944 Clothes nounder, W. W. & W. M. Bain............. 549,891 Coal, apparatus for and art of transporting, B. S. McKi n I ay.......................................... 550,051 Coffee pot, W. A. Garland ........................... 549,912 Concentrator, dry. H. C. Down......................550.219 Condenser, M. Selman et al........................ 550,143 Condenser, steam, H. A.Wheeler ................. 5o0,0C9 Conduit, underground, J. F. Cummings___........ 549,995 Coupling. See Car coupling. Isulated pipe coupling. Pipe coupling. Thill coupling. Cover, milk can, j. Laplace.......................... 550,021 Cranberry picker, A. M. Shaw.......................550,200 ('rank power, F. Tompkins......................... 550,206 Culti vator, J. C. Weakley...........................550,146 Cutte r. S ee Meat cut ter. Cycle alarm, R. M. & A. McDonald..................550.229 Dental engine, G. Sibley............................. 550,114 Dental engine handpiece, Sibley & Stockton...... 550,113 Dental flask, C. Waller............................... 550,209 Desk and seat, school, J.J. Baskerv'ihe............550,091 Door fastener, sliding, W. Toff....................550,031 Door for elevators or other inclosures, F. A. Winslow..........................................549,989 Drawbar, C. W. Sporck.............................. 550,085 Drier. See Photograph drier. Drill. See Rock drill. Eaves trough protector, M. M. Hitt................550.173 Egg tester, Kiehle & Neefe.......................... 550.179 Electric battery, T. Frogatt........................ 550.167 Electric protective appliance. A. H. McCulloch... 550,192 Electrical indicator, J. W. Howell.................. 549,919 End jointer and trimmer, C. J. L. Meyer........... 549,973 Engine. See Dental engine. Oil engine. Engine indicator, steam, W. Houghtaling........550,225 Engine process and apparatus, step series. A. M. Wellington........................................ 549,982 Evaporating a pparatus, T. Craney.................549,958 Excavator, J. M Barr...............................550,152 Expression indicator for self-playing instruments. F. W. Hedgeland......................549.916 Extracting and drying apparatus, H. A.Wheeler. 550.035 Extracts, apparatus for making, H. A. Wheeler.. 550.033 Eyeglasses, F. F. Biihoefer.......................... 549,991 Fabric. See Knit fabric. Fan, H. Longauer.....................................550,107 Fan, electric, P. Dieb 1............................... 550,042 Fare register, W. D. Campbell..................... 550,158 Felt boots, hardener and former for, J. Stewart.. 550,202 Fence, T. Jolliff........................................550,178 Fence machine, N. J. Tubbs......................... 549,946 Fence, wire, I. K. Holllnger..........................549.964 File,C.Durey...................................550.164 Filter, A. A. Pindstofte.............................. 550,058 Filter, H. A. Wheeler...............................550,034 Filter press. O. P. Bushnell..........................549,896 Fire alarm, automatic electric. H. A. Edgecomb.. 549,906 Fire escape. S. Katzin................................ 550 076 Fireproof floor, A. L. Johnson...................... 550,177 Fishing reel, S. Gray................................549,914 Flue thimble, D. F. Tavlor........................... 550.115 Flushing attachment, W. H. Osborn................ 550.006 Form, display, W. H. Ramsey....................... 550,135 Fur separating device. W. J. McGall....... .550,129, 550,130 Furnace. See Brazing furnace. Regenerative or recunerative furnace. Furnace, J. Hemphill.................................549,962 Furnace attachment, T. Clifford....................550,017 Furnace grate, A. M. Gow............................ 549,913 Furnace grate, H. L. Wilson.......................549,988 Furnace grate, boiler or other, W. McClave........550,191 Furnaces, etc., grate for steam boller, J. Van De- velde............................................ 549,948 Fuse box or cut-out, A. C. Carey....................550,096 Gage. See Axle gage. Gal vanic battery, E. S. Boynton....................550,039 Game apparatus, A. W. Fall........................550,070 Game apparatus, N. C. Sample......................549,938 Game register, A. O. Cole.........................550,123 Garment clasp and supporter, E. Gumbinner......550,224 Gas burner, J. O. Ziegler___. .....................550.149 Gas governor, E. N. Dickerson...................... 550,162 Gas mains, apparatus for controlling flow and pressure in, W. Cowan............................550,218 Gate, Martz & Burkette..............................549,972 Gear, reversing, J. Kennedy.........................550,077 Generator. See Steam generator. Gold extracting apparatus, A. L. Eltonhead....... 549,907 Grain binder, A. Stark................................549,942 Grate bar, J. F. Casey................................ 5o0,216 Grease and gas trap for waste pipes of sinks, C. A. Jacoby.......................................... 549,967 Harne, L. Anderson..................................550,036 Hame fastener, H. C. Davis..........................550,093 Harness, W. F. Haspel............................... 550,104 Harness pad, J. B. Mueller..........................550,005 Harvester elevator, D. C. Willett................... 550,086 Hasp lock, F. E. Campbell............................ 550,066 Hat securer, H. Astrich..............................550,012 Hatchway shut-off, automatic, T. Libby et al......550.022 Heat in foods, etc., device for retaining, Cronen- berg& Von Szczawmski.......................... 549,959 Heat into work by agency of vapor pressure, art of and apparatus tor converting, A. M. Wellington............................................549,981 Heater. See Steam or hot water heater. Hoist, pneumatic, G. A. True ....................... 549,979 Hoisting and conveying machine, D. I. Calhoun.. 549,993 Holdback, wagon pole, T. G. Mandt................549,971 Hook. See Checkrein hook. Snap hook. Hook and ladder trucks, tillerman's seat lor, G. Dougherty........................................549,903 Horse detacher, B. D. Austin....................... 550,150 Horses, vehicle attachment for checking, J. A. Mullen.............................................550,050 Hot air register attachment, F. C. Carroll..........549,897 Hydrocarbon motor, marine. W. Seek..............549,939 Indicator. See Electrical indicator. Engine indicator. Expression indicator. Letter box indicator. Inflatable boat. H. D. Layman......................549,923 Injector, I. R. Laux (r)............................... 11,513 Insulated pipe coupling, E. E. Clif t.................550,097 Ironing board. G. A. McKenzie......................549,932 Jack. See Track jack. Jar closure, fruit, H. B Burns..................... 550,157 Joining clamp for building purposes, P. & D. Ror- dorf...........................................550,028 Joists, means for coupling and automatically re-lea sine building, W. A. Jordon..................550,075 Keyboard, R. Hensley ............................550,172 Knit fabric for abdominal supporters, C. F. Bennett ................................................ 550,093 Ladder and ladder support, C. F. Endriss.......... 549,910 Ladder splice, L. G. Holden......................... 550,175 Lamp, electric arc, E. Cannevel....................550,215 Lamp, regenerative hydrocarbon, J. Schulke . .. 550.110 Lantern, H. Korell.................................... 549,921 Last, boot or shoe, H. T. Brockwel 1..............550,095 Letter box indicator, Rymer & Madden..........549,937 Life-preserver, H. D. Layman...................... 550,226 Lifter. See Clothes lifter. Pan lifter. Transom lifter. Limb, artificial, H. R.Allen....................... 549,889 Liquids and apparatus therefor, purifying, M. R. Isaacs............................................. 550,073 Lock. See Hasp lock. Master key pin lock. Safety lock. Loom for weaving coir yarn mats, E Hodder.....550,174 Loom harness frame moving device, Wyman & Gordon.............................................550,088 Loom shedding mechanism, A. Gartner............550,126 Loom whip roll, T. H. Speakman et al..............550,201 Master key pm lock, H. B. Sargent..................550,111 Match coil carrier, W. F. Hutchinson.............. 550,072 Match safe, F. Wittenberg..........................550,087 Match safe, E. E. Witter.............................550,118 Meat cutter, Hunden born & Backhausen.......... 550,071 Meat pickling apparatus, H. Averkamp...........550.151 Mill. See Chilian mill. Miner's candlestick, Lincicum & Lewis............ 549.925 Mole trap, J. Seitz.................................... 549,977 Motor. See Air motor. Hydrocarbon motor. Mower, lawn, Rusk & Holloway.....................550,138 Music leaf turner. G. Vix............................ 550,145 Musical dial, F. H. Daniels.......................... 550,161 Musical instrument, C. W. Hutch ins............... 549,966 Musical instrument, mechanical, F. J. Bernard... 550,154 Nut lock, M. Albers.................................. 550,119 Nut making mach ine, S. Vanstone.................. 550,208 Oil can, J. R. Mathews.............................. 550,108 Oranges, etc., device for feeding, H. J. Williams.. 550,010 Oven supplied with light, baker's, E. Schilg........ 550,230 Pad. See Harness pad. Padlock, L. D. Moore..............................i. 550,081 Padlock, seal, T. Belanger........................... 549,951 Pan lifter, L. Zinser... .............................549 950 Paper case, toilet, S. Hughes........................ 550.020 Pencil, F. E. Blaisdell................................ 549,952 Pencils, etc., machine for manufacturing, F. E. Blaisdel 1........................................... 550,212 Petroleum or oil engine. List & Kosakoff..........550,185 Photograph drier, W. L. Ketchum..................550,048 Photographs resembling engravings, means for producing, H. E. Mendelssohn.................. 550.079 Photographic lighting machine,Orebaugh &Hud- dlescon.............................................549,975 Picker. See Cranberrv picker. Pile, box, J. H. Poole................................550,109 Pillow or cushion, W. Vogler (r).................... 11,514 Pin. See Wrist pin. Pipe coupling, combination soft metal, J. B. Dockery............................................549,902 Pipe couplings, flexible and corrugated joint for water, W. Kerr...................................550,047 Planter, A. Matson...................................550,188 Planter, corn, W. F. F. Buck........................ 550,015 Planter, corn. E. M. Heylman....................... 550,12? Plastic material, apparatus for making plates or panels from, N. Poulson..........................550.133 Plow, R. Armstrong.................................. 550,211 Plow,H. H. Sater...........................550.196 to 550,198 Pneumatic dispatch systems, receiving box for, N. D. Wells........................................ 549,984 Potato harvester, Dunn & Moore................... 550,234 Power. See Crank power. Press. See Baling press. Filter press. Printing device, B. J. Churchill ....................550,159 Printing machine, double cylinder perfecting, G. F. Read...........................................549,934 Printing presses, automatic wiper and polisher for plate, J. T. Robertson....................... 549,976 Propelling device, vessel, J. Bond.................. 550,037 Puller. See Tack puller. Pulp, apparatus for making bodies from. Fair-ban ks & Parker................................549,999 Pulp,apparatus formaking pails from, Fairbanks & Parker........................................... 549,998 Pum p, Smith & Womer.............................. 550,141 Pump valve, Woodmanse & Aue.................... 549,990 Punching machine,rasp, J. Lynch..................550,078 Rack. See Book rack. Radiator, hot air, W. Kenyon.......................550,002 Rail splice bar, M. W. Thomson................... . 549,945 Railwav, A. Bannister................................ 550,120 Railway, closed conduit electric, H. A. F. Petersen ..........................................550,057 Railwav electric appliance, H. A. F. Petersen 550,132 Railway rail fastening. E. McCann................549,931 Railway rail joint, W. S. Smith......................549,941 Railway signaling apparatus, B.Wyckoff..........550,210 Railway switch, automatic, H. Peace..............550,131 Railway trackf oot guard, J. K. Rile................ 550,060 Reamer bit. L. Myers................................550,190 Receptacle for food, etc., J. Leembruggen........550,183 Regenerative or recuperative furnace, A. Dauber 549,996 Register. See Fare register. Game register. Reservoirs, cisterns, etc., apparatus for cleaning, A.S.Merriett...................................550,023 Rheostat for use in electric motor circuits, R. Eickemeyer........................................ 550,044 Rock drill, H. P. & G. B. Jones......................550,074 "Roller mill rolls, bearing for, W. Griscom......... 550,223 Roof leader, R. C. Tucker............................ 550,032 Roofing board. S. W. Durham..................... 549,905 Safety lock. M. Von Koppelow......................550,003 Sample holder, W. D.Smith.......................549,940 Sash fastener. T. Euphrat...........................550,221 Sash fastener, Leistner & Brown ...................549,924 Sash, removable window, J. Lehnbeuter...........550,184 Saw clamp, W. H. Whisler........................... 550,148 Scale, weighing, R. T. Waddle...................... 549,980 Scoop or shovel, traveling, A. C. Seymour......... 550,199 Screen. See Adjustable screen. Seal, car, Richardson & Knapp.....................550,13b Seed delinter, cotton, J. J. Faulkner................ 550,222 Shade bracket, E. E. Brock.......................... 550,213 Shafts to other parts, key for connecting, Gray & Holthoff............................................550019 Shaper, universal, M. & H. E. Morton.............. 550,004 Shears. See Animal shears. Shoes or boots, stand for holding, R. Lundquist.. 550,187 Sifter and cinder scuttle, combination ash, J. J. Lea................................................. 550.181 Sifter, ash, R.G.Cook................................ 549.994 Signaling apparatus, electric time, J. T. A. Todd. 550,205 Slack adjuster, H. S. Goughnour.................... 550,045 Slag, disintegrating Thomas, E. Meyer.............550,024 Sled. G,B. Mill....................................... 549,974 Snap hook, harness, F. Melka ....................... 550,189 Snatch block and hitching device, combined, W. Smith...............................................550,140 Soldering machine, M. Jensen....................... 550,176 Speaking tuhe apparatus, C. A. Bartliff........... 550.121 Speed Indicating alarm, E D.Lewis................550.106 Spool and tape measure, combined, J. A. Murphy 550,227 Spoon holder, Kulp&Gerwig.......................549,922 Sprinkler, M. G. Bunnell............................549,955 Sprinkler bead. G Knowles. Jr......................549,969 Staging bracket for ladders, Taylor & Johnston... 549,943 Stamp mill shoes, die for manufacturing, T. O'Leary ...........................................550,026 Stanchion, C. W.Howard ...........................549,965 Steam generator and water circulator, J. J. Bush. 549,992 Steam or h ot water h eater, M Vsl\vel...............549,947 Steering apparatus,, J. Johaimsen.................. 550,046 Steering gear, electrical, F. L. & L. H. Dyer...... 550,018 Steering gear, ship, W. H; H arfield................. 550.001 Street sweeper, H. Broomell........................550,014 Table waiter, C. B. & F. T. Dibble................... 549,997 Tack puller, W.G. Browne..........................549,895 Telephone apparatus, toll collecting, G. K. Thompson........................................ 550,204 Tellurian, C. W. Holbrook..........................549,963 Thermodynamic process and apparatus. A. M Wellington........................................ 549,983 Thill coupling, P. Bold....................... ......550,155 Thrashing machine, M. T. Reeves et al............550,027 Thrashing machine chaffer, R. Holmes............ 549.918 Thread protector, Btoll & Kasse.................... 560,029 Tie. See Bale tie. Track jack, J. McMurrin............................. 549.933 Transfer, sack or barrel, H. J. Pruthers..........550.193 Transom lifter, R. Claugbton........................550,041 Trap. See Animal trap. Grease and gas trap. Mole trap. Trolley, F.J. Pribyl..................................550,059 Trolley system, underground, C. J. Hamilton......550,102 Trolley system, underground, C. E. Hubbs........549,920 Trousers stretcher, J. F. McConnell...............550,228 Trum pet for machines for preparing sliver, W. P. Canning...........................................549,956 Tug fastener, hame, E. Leuzinger..................550,128 Turbine. A. Singrn..................................550,139 Turn buckle blank, C. B. Albree...................549,888 Type, brush and machine for removing tins or burrs from, J. H. Richards......................550,137 undershirt, L. Rubens.............................550,233 Upright boiler, F. L. Rice............................ 550,194 Valve, S. E. Smith.................................... 550,231 V alve. G. A. True....................................549,978 Valve for tanks, fill and drainage, A. B. Wilson... 550.064 Valve, safety, J. G. White....................549,986, 549,987 Valve, steam, A. W. Cash............................550,217 Vehicle, boat, etc., self-propelling, G.A.Washburn...............................................550,008 Vehicle brake, J. Christensen......................550,067 Veterinary surgical instrument, J. Dunbar........549,904 Vote counting machine, pneumatic, J. McTammany..............................................550,054 Voting machine, C. Christensen..................... 550,016 Voting machine, S. E. Davis........................549,901 Voting machine. J. McTammany....550,052, 550,053, 550,055 Wagon, dumping, M. G. Bunnell..............._549,954 Wagon, garbage, S. L. Kmsbruner.................. 549,968 Wagon standard, B. D. Chesnut ...................549,898 Watch, stop, A. Lecoultre-Piguet...................550,182 Water tower, portable, J. Busha.................... 55(1.040 Water tube boiler, vertical, J. I. Williams.........550,117 Welding lap-jointed tubes, machinery for, H. Symington........................................550,203 Wheel rim. J. G. Moomy............................ 549,928 Wheels, wood rim for vehicle. C. F. Harrington... 550,103 Window, J. Ehrcke................................... 550,124 Window, J. Endres...........................549.908, 549.909 Window, R. Fritz................................;.... 549,911 Wire splicer, N. Bashaw..............................550 090 Wrench, M. A. Beard.................................550,092 Wrench, F. Mossberg.................................550.025 Wrench, A. B. Stone..................................550,144 Wrist pin. E. O. Bryden.............................. 550,214 Wrist pin, E. H. Wilkin.............................. 549,949 Yoke, neck, J. B. Lockwood.........................550,186 TRADE MARKS. Baking powder, J. D. & R. S. Christian Company.. 27.279 Bicycles, E. C. Meacham Arms Company............ 27,293 Bicycles and attachments, Betts Patent Head Light Company.................................... 27,294 Bicycles, velocipedes, and articles accessory thereto, S. Snell.................................... 27,295 Blacking and leather dressing, A. L. Aste.......... 27,263 Blankets, Shepard, Norwell & Company............ 27.246 Books, bound, Schwab Manufacturing Company... 27,290 Boots and shoes, leather and felt, W. H. Davis & Company............................................ 27,239 Canned salmon, C. P. Upshur........................ 27,280 Casting metal and sizing paper, fabrics, and other materials, compound for use in, American Glutrose Works.................................... 27.284 Cement, F. L. Smidth & Company...................27,285 Chemical and pharmaceutical products consisting of ammonia preparations, Chemische Fabrik auf Actien (voi in. E. Schering).................. 27,257 Chocolate, Brewster Cocoa Manufacturing Company.................................................27.272 Cigars, cheroots, cigarettes, and smoking tobacco, American Tobacco C ompany ....................27,269 Cocoa, breakfast, Brewster Cocoa Manufacturing Company............................................ 27,273 Corn drills. J. Campbell............................... 27,305 Cough drops, C. F. Marsh & Company............... 27,258 Delft ware, Joost, Thooft & Labouchere............ 27.287 Electroplated ware for household use, A. F. Towle & Son Company.................................... 27,286 Flour anrj articles made therefrom and food for infants and invalids, Best & Marshall.......... 27,278 Game, certain named, W. P. Curtis..................27,291 Garment supporters. J. C. F. Jacoby................27.242 Gear cutters, Gould & Eberhardt..............27,298, 27,299 Goods and furnishings, dress, O. A. De Long....... 27,243 Grain cleaning, purifying, grading, and milling machinery, Davidson-Martin Manufacturing Com pany........................................... 27,300 Hats and caps for men. J. Marshall.................27,238 Hooks and eyes, garment supporters, suspender buckles, and other garment fastenings, O. A. De Long............................................ 27,244 Horse and mule shoes, Phoenix Horseshoe Company.................................................27,297 Jewelry, rings, pins, and oth er orname ntal, W. E. Webster& Company.............................. 27,241 Leather dressing, R. A. Kearney.................... 27,262 Leather stuffing known as fat liquor, Martin Dennis Chrome Tannage Company.................. 27,264 Lotions for cure of sore nipples, chapped hands and lips, hums, bruises, and the like, J. Oehler 27,251 Magazines, fashion, Butterick Publishing Company................................................27,289 Malt extract, Tarrant & Company....................27,274 Medical preparation for diseases of the skin, W. J. Watson........................................... 27,249 Medicated soap and detergent solutions, H. A. S. Park................................................. 27,282 Medicines, certain named, C. Spiehr.................27,255 Milking machines and their parts, A.Shiels........27,301 Mineral water, aperient, E. Steinkopff.............27,266 Oats and oatmeal, Muscatine Oatmeal Company, 27.276, 27,277 Oil for sanctuary use, Riesenman Manufacturing Company............................................ 27,261 Oils, floor, E. R. Bathrick.............................27,265 Pills and tablets, W. M. Reynolds.................... 27,248 Preparation for diseases of the blood, liquid, Louis Daudelin Company................................ 27,256 Remedies for asthma, catarrh, and similar affections, Hirarod Manufacturing Company........ 27,250 Remedies for rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, and kindred ailments, Swanson Rheumatic Cure Company.....................................27,252, 27,253 Remedy for dyspepsia and indigestion, E. Koos.... 27,254 Remedy for hog cholera, S. E. & J. H. Moore....... 27.259 Remedy for lung and blood troubles, C. B. Sims.... 27.247 Salves and liniments. Yucca Company............ 27.260 Sauce, meat. Bell-Miller Manufacturing Company 27,275 Sewing machines, Standard Sewing. Machine Company........................................... 27,296 Sherries, natural. W. H. Hughes....................27,267 Sirups, sugar, Towle Sirup Company................ 27.270 Skirts, bicycle, S. Oppenheim & Companv.......... 27.240 Soap, family, Wallace Kirk Soap Company..........27,281 Soap for laundry and household purposes, T. Armstrong......................................... 27,283 Stone, dressed, Edgemont Stone Company.........27,288 Tea,E.M. Payne...................................... 27.271 Trees, pear, Augustine & Company..................27,292 Whisky, Huey& Christ..............................27,268 Worsted and cotton goods known as moreens, V ietor & Achelis................................... 27,245 DESIGNS. Boxes, ornamental pattern for cigar, S. D. George, 24,907, 24,908 Brush back, etc., P. O. Dickinson.................... 24,902 Cars, draught arm for railway, T. B. Kirby.........24.911 Fan, F. S. Elmore .....................................24,903 Knives, etc , handle for, P. O. Dickinson............24,901 Lamp vase and lamp, A. Wolfson.................... 24,904 Lamps, etc., standard for, W. F. Malloy......24,905, 24,906 Rug, A. Petzold........................................ 24,915 Screw and cutter, combined feed, J. W. Brown, Jr. 24,912 Shelf bracket. T. Corscadeu.......................... 24,909 Stove, oil, C. H. Boeck..........................24,913, 24,914 Vehicle or box spring, A. A. Smith.................. 24,910 A priiitedcopv ot tue specification and drawing of any patent in the foregoing list, or any patent in print issued since 1863, will be furnished from this office for 25 cents. In ordering please state the name and number of the patent desired, and remit to Munn & Co., 361 Broadway, New York. 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