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Thefull Specification of any patent issued since ,iVov. 20,1866, at which time the Patent Office commenced printing them Official Copiesoj Drawingsof any patent issued since 183G, we can supply at a reasonable cost, the price depending upon the amount Q/ labor involved and the number of views. Full information, as to vrice 0/ drawings, in ear.h case. may be had by address ingUlUXN CO., I'atent Solicitors, No. 37 Part Row, jYew York. 94.693.POTATODIGGER.—G. Adams and J. Ii. Hopper Rochester, New York. 94.694.—RAINWATER CUT-OFFS FOR CISTERNS.Xavier Amoun, Sidney, Ohio. 94.695.SWEETMEAT.FrangoisAroud, Lyons, France. 94.696.DITCHINGMACHINE.—Caleb Bartholomew, JEtna, New York. 94.697.—LEATHERHOLDER.Christian Bates, Conestoga, Pa. 94,H98.CORN MARKERJoseph Bearden, Bath. 11l. 94.699.SLEDHuNNiTIR.W. N. Berkeley, Cedar Hapids, Iowa. 94.700.BASEBURNING FIRE-PLACE HEATER.B. C. Bibb, Baltimore, Md. 94.701.—SPRINGBED BOTTOM.H. E. Bissell, Hartford, Conn 94.702.SAWCLAMP.—B. Blackstone, Warren, Ill. 94.703.—CLOTHESDRYER.-J. M. Blake, Buffalo, N, Y. © 1869 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC. mmim $mmara. [OCTOBER 2, 1869. 94.704.MODEOF PRESERVING WOOD.—V. W. Blanchard, Bridport, Vt. 94.705.HARVESTERCUTTER.Henry Bonholtzer and J. S. Shopp, Cumberland county. Pa. 94.706.FLAXBRAKE.James Bojce, Wooster, Ohio. 94.707.LAMPWICK.—E. D. Boyd. Helena, Ark. 94.708.ANIMALTRAP.Julius Branch, Mooers, N. Y. 94.709.HOTBLAST OVEN.—David Campbell, Joseph Campbell, and Seymour Raymond, Middletown. Pa. 94.710.WRENCH.LukeChapman (assignor to the Collins Company), Collinsville, Conn. 94.711.-TOILETMIRRORG. H. Chinnock, New York city. 94.712.TOILETMIRROR.G. H. Chinnock, New York city. 94.713.MELODEON.J.R. Cluxton, Russe11vi11e, assignor to himself and T. W. Gordon, Georgetown, OhI O. 94.714.COMPOSITEGAS RETORT.John Cochrane, New York city. 94.715.GLOBEVALVE.M. R. Colvin, Worcester, Mass. 94.716.VAPORBURNERIsaac Cook (assignor to himself and H. S. Hall), St.Louis,Mo. 94.717.-CLUTCHFOR HYDRAULIC WHEEL PRESSES.A. 13. Couch, Worcester, Mass. 94.718.THREE-HORSEEQUALIZER.Giles Cramton, Marshall, Mich. 94.719.BLINDFASTENING.J. E. Cryer, Greenpoint, N. Y. 94.720.CLOTHSPONGING MACHINE.George Dayspring and C. 94.721.MODEOF TRANSPORTING SHIPS OVER LAND.E. M. Dcey, New York city. 94.722.VAPORBURNER.J . R. D e Mahy, New Orleans, La. 94.723.SLEDCLAMP.L. R. Dexter, Lancaster, N . H. 94.724.—REFRIGERATOR.—J.J. Doepl,en, Lima, Ohio. 94.725.CULTIVATOR.W.A. Dryden and J: M. Turnbull, Monmouth, III. 94.726.MANUFACTUREOF CRUCIBLES.A. K. Eaton, Pier- mont, N. Y. 94,727TUBULAR WELL.Jacob Edson . Boston . Mass. 94,728.BROOM AND SCRAPER.D. Elll ot (assi gnor to hi mself, E. Seely, and J, A. Holmes), New York City. 94,72U.LUNCH Box.M. G. Fagan, Troy, N. Y. Antedated September 4, 18G9. 94.730.—MASHINGMACHINE.L . C FIElds Galesburg, Ill. 94.731.CHATRSEAT.—L. W. Field. Camden, 11l., assignor to himself and D. H. Dirismore, Potter, N. Y. 94.732.HYDRAULICELEVATOR.Henry Flad, St. Louis, Mo. 94.733.SPINNINGTop.L. O. Franke , Baltimore. Md. 94.734.BROOMOR MOP HOLDER.—H. L. Franklin and Eugene Clark Nashua, N. II. 94.735.DOORBOLT FOR SAFES.Owen Gallagher (assignor to himself and Andrew Bell), Boston, Maes. 94.736.ARTIFICIALMARBLE OR PLASTIC MATERIAL.H. A. Garvey, Memphis, Terni. 94.737.SIDE-SADDLE.—J.T. Gathright and J. C, Freeman, Louisville, Kentucky, (assignors to J. T. Gathright). 94.738.-RAILWAY SWITCH.Daniel Ha Ideman, Mahanoy City, Pa. 94.739.—MATERIALFOR COVERING STEAM BOILERS, P IPES, ETC.-E. S. Hardy (assignor to himself and J. L. Lay), Buffalo, N. Y. 94.740.SEWINGMACHIN E.Luke Heery, Hinsdale, Mass. 94.741.TUMBLING-RODCOVER.John Heuermann, Davenport, Iowa. 94.742.AIRESCAPE FUNNEL.H. F. Hildebrand, Baltimore, Md. 94.743.PERCUSSIONCAP.A. C. Hobbs, Bridgeport, Conn. 94.744.—MACHINEFOR FORMING EXTERNAL RECESSES IN '['HE HEADS OF CAKTEIDGE SHELLS.-A. C. Hobbs, Bridgeport, Conn. 94.745.MACHINB.FOR FORMING CARTRIDGE SHELLS.A. C. Houhs, and T. V. B'iyden (assignors to the Union Metallic Cartridge Company), Bridgeport, Conn. 94,74f'.SYSTEM OF WATER SUPPLIES FOR CITIES.Birdsill Holly, Lockport, N. Y. 94,747.SAFETY VALVE FOR WATER PIPES.Birdsill Holly, Lockport, N. Y. 94,748 —AUTOMATIC REGULATING VALVE.Birdsill Holly, Lockport. N. Y. 94.749.HYDRANT.BirdsillHolly, Lockport, N. Y. 94.750.—VALVEFOR. STEAM ENGINES.J. W. Hopkms (assignor to himself and W. H. M.Pj e),Brooklyn, E.D.N.Y. 94.751.SOILTILLER.William Hunter and D. M. Hunter, Meadville, Pa. 94.752.DRAWINGFRAME.O. P. Hussey, Nashua, N. H. 94.753.CHURN.W.C. Kemp, Palmyra, Mo. 94.754.PHOTOGRAPHICHEAD REST.Wiley Kenyon, Craw- fordsville, Ind. 94.755.BENTLEVER BALANCE.—R. G. Kimball, Albany, N.Y. 94.756.REVERSIBLEBUT.JeftersoiI Kindleberger and W. A, Arnold (assignors to “ The Inventors ' Association of San Francisco. Cal."), San Francisco.Oal. 94.757.FLATCHAIN.Chester King and S. P. Johnson, Cleveland, Ohio ; said Johnson assigns his right to said King. 94.758.—AUTOMATICBOAT DETACHING APPARATUS.—J. H. Kingsland, assignor to J. O. Kingsland and J. W. Kelsey, New York 94.759.WATERPOWER.A. S. Lmeback, Stockton, Utah Territory. 94,7bO.PICKING MECHANISM: FOR LOOMS.O. D. Lombard, Mass. 94.761.—BURGLARPROOF SAFE.WM. McFarland, Brooklyn, n. I)., N. Y. 94.762.BOLT FOR TRUNK TRAYS.Robert McMurray, W ash- ington, D. C. 94,76;3.STEAM SAFETY VALVE.G. F. Morse, Portland, Me. 94.764.GATE.Gershom'Mott, Joshua Morris, Jr., and David Lupton, Big Run, Ohio. 94.765.WARP DRESSING MACHINE.Moses Nelson, Taun- , toll, Mass. 94.766.--COMBINED WATCH KEY AND KEY RING.William Patton and B. C. E nglish, Springfield, Mass. 94.767.STEAMGENERATOR.Leonard Phleger, Philadelphia, Pa. 94,7-i8.SASH BALANCE.W. H. Pilgrim, Allegheny City, Pa. 94,76J.LET OFF MECHANISM FOR LOOMS.Win. Potter and L. J. Labpunty, Lowell, Mass. 94.770.BoxOPENER.Nathan Purdy, Providence, Pa. 94.771.OREGRINDER.Joseph W. V. Rawlins and Samuel Stephens, Houghton, Mich.' 94.772.CALCULATINGMACHINE.J. H. R. Reffelt, Hoboken, N. J. 94.773.LIGHTNINGROD.W. S. Reyburn and F. J. Martin, Philadelphia, Pa. 94.774.COMBINEDPLOW AND SCRAPER,.J. Reynolds, Crystal Springs, Miss. 94.775.—MATCHSAFE.Hiram Richmond, West Meriden, assignor to Charles Parker, Meriden, Conn. 94.776.LAMPBURNER.W. F. Rippon and G. A. Johnson, Providence, E. 1. 94.777.WATERWHEEL.-L R. Royer, Ephrata, Pa. 94.778.VAPORBURNER.Edward Savage, Chicago, Ill. 94.779.—STEAMGENERATOR FOR KITCHEN AND OTHER PUR- POSES.—W. B. Scaife, Pittsburg, Pa,. 94,780—LHBRICATOR.Nicholas Seibert, Nevada, Cal. 94,781.—STEAM GENERATOR.Thomas Shaw, Philadelphia, Pa. 94,7S2.HAY RAKER AND LOADER.Andrew Sheline, Edon, Ohio. 94.783.RAILWAY-RAILFASTENING. Edwin R. Shepard, Seranton, Pa. Antedated August 26, 1869. 94.784.CLOD-FENDERFOR GROWING PLANTS. Lewis H. Shular, Crawfordsville. Ind. 94.785.-COMPOSITIONFOR PAVING.John W. Smith, Washington, D. C., assignor to himself and John J. Sulivan. Antedated July 81, 1869. 94,7S6.—WASHING MACHINE.—J ustus Smith, St. Louis Mo. 94.787.COFFEEPOT.OscarF. Stedman, Westfield, N. Y. 94.788.SCROLLWATER WHEEL.Seymour G. Steves, Ash- yille, N. Y. ' 94.789.PERMUTATIONLOCK.T. J. Sullivan, Albany, N. Y. 94.790.POST-HOLEEXCAVATOR.Henry tliff, Waverly, N. Y. 94.791.HAYRAKER AND LOADER.—Francis Terwilleger and JoMK.Isdall, Wyanet,Ill. 94.792.—STREETSCRAPER.J. K. Thompson, Chicago, 111. 94.793.FURNACEFOB, STEAM GENERATORS.Matthew Tild- esley and James Bird, Willenh all, England. 91,704.—STOVE-COVER LIFTER. Sylvenus Walker, New York city. 94.795.FLUTE.OscarJ. G. Wardrum, Chicago, Ill. 94.796.LAMPBURNER. Sylvester W. Warren, Boston, Mass., assignor to himself, George B . Parrott , and George G. Desmazes. 94.797.—SIZINGFOR PAPER MANUFACTURERS AND OTHERS.— Zenas Crane Warren and Henry Carleton Hulbert, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to Henry Carleton Hulbert. 94.798.TOILETMIRROR.George Wattis, New York city. 94.799.PROCESSOF RECTIFYING AND REFINING WHISKEY AND OTHER SPIRITS.—H. Webster, New York City. 94.800.TENSIONATTACHMENT FOR SPOOLS.Marcus Brown Westliead and Robert Smith, Manchester, Great Britain. Patented in England December 15,1868. 94.801.BOOTAND.SIIOE MACHINE.John E. Wig gin, Stone- ham, Mass. 94.802.CHURN.J.H. Wildasin and J. A..Peek, St. Charles, Iowa. 94.803.CLIPPINGSHEARS.John C. Wilson, Adam Walker, and John Foster, New York City. 94.804.PURCHASEFOR HOISTING AND LOWERING TOP-MASTS OF VESSHLS.-Wm. Winchester, Portland, Me., assignor to himself, Geo. F. McLellan, and James T. Benedict, Wasliington, D. C. 94.805.COMPOSITIONOF LIQUIDS FOR TANNING.Ira Wood, Woodstock, Vt. 94,806 METHOD OF HANGING TOP-SAIL YARDS.Joseph P. Woodbury, Portland,Me. 94.807.PRINTERS'COPY HOLDER.W. H. Young and Chas. J. Young, Cambrict ge, Mass. 94.808.GRINDINGMILL.Abraham Briggs, Harrison, Ohio. 94.809.APPARATUSFOR PROPELLING MACHINERY.Wm. Z. W. Chapman, New York city. 94.810.COFFEEROASTER.Adolf Cohn, Loui sville, Ky. 94.811.LAMPBURNER.James R. Cole, Demopolis, Ala. 94.812.PRESSER-FOOTFOR SEWING MACHINES.Francisco B. Con tess a . New York City. 94,8:13.TORPEDO FOR OIL WELLS.James Dickey, Venango City,Pa. 94.814.FLOORGAGE.Joel Fales, Cambridge, Mass. 94.815.—WROUGHT-IRONMOLD FOR VULCANIZING RUBBER CAR SPRINGS.Charles H. Franklin, Jersey City, N. J.. 94.816.GRINDING-PLATEFOR PAPER PULP ENGINES.— Phineas Frost , Medfield, Mass. 94.817.HOISTINGAPPARATUS.Ebenezer G, Green, East Gloucester . Mass . 94.818.FLOATINGVELOCIPEDE.G. Haberland, Pontiac, Ill. 94.819.COMPOUNDFOR CURING CORNS, BUNIONS, ETC.— Jolm L.S. Hall, Wheeling, West Va. 94.820.HA:RGUTTER.George A. Harley, New York city. 94.821.WATERWHEEL. Joseph Hathaway, Woodstock, Vt. 94.822.C:OTHES DRYER.Martin R. Heliker, Norwalk, Ohio, assignor to Riehard G. Elliott. 94.823.AXL.'IBox.James B. Hendricks, Clayton, Ill. 94.824.PICKETFENCE.—H. N. Hill , Pontiac , Mich. 94.825.STEM-WINDINGAND SETTING-ATTACHMENT TO WATCHES.Vitalis Ilimmer, Brooklyn, N. Y. 94.827.STEAMGENERATOR.Levi S. Ives, Pittsburgh, Pa. 94.828.PoRTAlLEFENCE.Charles E. Johnson, San Francisco, Cal. 94.829.SASHBALANCE.Jacob G. Jones, Baltimore, Md. 94.830.CHURN.JamesKing, tuckasunny, N. J. 94.831.TOBACCOPIPE STEM.EduarJ. Larssen, Stavanger. Norway. 94.832.COMPOUNDOF HARD RUBBER AND FIBROUS MATE- RTAL.R . 0 . Lowry, Salem, N . Y . 94.833.SMELTINGFURNACE.William A. Madara, Spang's Mills, Pa. 94.834.CARRIAGEAXLE GAGE.Modest Mer Rochester, N. Y. 94.835.PLANTERAND CULTIVATOR.A. J. Misenhimer, 0s- kaloosa . 111 . 94.836.Suspended. 94.837.BOAT-DETACHINGAPPARATUS. Charles H. Nye, Vineland. N.J . 94,838—MACHINERY FOR MAKING CLOTHES PINS.A. J. Ockington, Stratford Hollow, N. H. 94.839.CARRIAGEWHEEL. John A. Reed, New Market, N. J. 94.840.TOOTHWASH.Pierre Riuypeyrou, San Francisco, Cal. 94.841.—PLOW.—NathanielRobinson, Patchogue, N. Y. 94.842.—VELOCIPEDE.M.L . Rood, Denver, Cohn- ado Ter. 94,343.—PAPER PULP ENGINE.Peleg Rose, Norwich, Conn. 94,844.—ARRANGEMENT OF GEARING FOK DRIVING AGKI- OVLTURAL MACHINEHY.-T. Salisbury, Albion, Pa. Scorer,Y. 94.846.IIAYLOADER.—J. G. Sehom, Iowa City, Iowa. 94.847.CARTRIDGEFOR ARTILLERY AND BLASTING.Taliaferro P. Shaffner,Louisville, Ky. 94.848.'WASHINGAND WRINGING MACHINE.Orin Skeel, Wlnslow,Ill. 94.849.PORCELAIN.KNOB MACHINE.Thomas J. Sloan, New York city. 94.850.DUMPINGWAGON.William H. Stearrett, Wilmington . Del. 94.851.MACHINEFOR FORMING SHEET-METAL PANS.Wm. A. Tarbutton, Harrisbul'g, Pa. 94.852.BEEFSTEAKCRUSHER.Horace Thompson, Concord, N. H. 94.853.—THILLCOUPLING.Thomas C. Walter, San Francisco, Cal. 94.854.-ROCKDRILL.John M. Whartnaby, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to himself and Samuel P. Faunce,same place, assignors to said Whartnaby and Francis Schnechter. 94.855.HARROW.—James H. Williams, Tontzville, Kansas. 94.856.RAIL./AY.Charles G. Wilson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 94.857.MACHINEFOR PUNCHING METAL.Joseph Allonas, (assignor to C. Aultman and H. H. Taylor),Mansfield,°Mo. 94.858.HOBBYHORSE.Lauritz Anderson, Chic ago, Ill. 94.859.STOVE-PIPESHELF.Charles H. Begley and Charles E. Mason, Elgin, Ill. 94.860.MACHINEFOR PLANING METALS.R. A. Belden and E. H. Cutler, New Haven, Conn. 94.861.HARNESSFASTENING. Adolph Bernd, Gustav Bernd, and Abner White, Macon, Ga., assignors to Adolph Bernd and Gustav Bernd 94.862.KEY-HOLEGUARD.David P. BiRd, Richwood, Ohio. 94.863.—PRESSFOR MOLDING GLASSWARE. John Bird, Philadelphia, Pa. 96.864.CHIMNEYTop.Thomas Boyd, Cambridge, Mass. 94.865.HARVESTER.C.J. Brackebush and C. E. Merrifield, Indianapolis, Ind. 94,8ti6.WIND6W-SHADE FiXTURE.-Jabez Burns, New York city. 94.867.COMBINATIONSQUARE.H. N. Burr, Mount Gilead, ohio. 94.868.TURBINEWATER WHEEL.John Chase, Paterson, N.J. 94.869.SOLUTIONFOR THE TREATMENT OF WOOD.E. W. Clark, Hartford, C onn. 94.870.—WASHERCUTTER.William A, Clark, Woodbridge, Conn. 94.871.HARVESTER.J.M. Connel, Newark, Ohio. 94.872.HOT-AIRREGISTER.William G. Creamer, Brook- lyn.N.Y. 94.873.LOOM.Geo.Crompton, Worcester, Mass. 94.874.CHANGEABLEGAGE RAILWAY CAR TRUCK.Lancelot Davidson, Brantford, C anada. 94.875.ROTARYCLOD FENDER.L. M. Doddridge, New Mt. Pleasant, Ind. 94.876.STEAMGENERATOR.-F. B. DUNN, New York city. 94.877.SHEETMETAL FOR ROOFING AND FOR OTHER Pmt- POSES.L. S. Enos, Almond, N. Y. 94.878.CIRCULARSAW MILL.Davi d Evans, Eureka, Cal. 94.879.SECTiONROLLER AND MARKER COMBINED,—Elihu Evans, Denver City, Colorado Territory 94.880.MANUFACTTOEOF BEER, ALE,AND OTHER FERMENTED Li'luORS.Joseph Firmenich, Buffalo. N. Y. 94.881.SUSPENDER'ENDS.—T. J. Flagg (assignor to Fisk, Clark&Flagg), New York city. 94.882.—COMPOUNDFOR COATING THE SURFACES OK' STEAM • BOILEHS, 'etc.W. A. French, Philadelphia, Pa. 94.883.-COMPOUNDFOR COATING THE SURFACES OT STEAM BOILERS, ETC.-W. A. French, Philadelphia, Pa. 94.884.—VACUUMSTILL.Henry Grogan, Flatbush, N. Y. 94.885.—NUTFASTENER.Manasseli Grover, Clyde, Ohio. ! 94,886.MEDICAL COMPOUND.—C. L. Hammond, Java, N. Y. 94.887.—COMBINEDRAKE AND REEL FOR HARVESTERS.—A. B.Hitch cock, Juneau, Wis. 94.888.—ICECREEPER—C. Hoeller, Cincinnati. Ohio. 94.889.HORSERAKE.—J esse Hudson, Charleston, Ill. 94.890.MACHINEFOR FILING SAWS.Thomas M. Hustin, 1 Orange, Ind. 94.891.COMBINEDHIGH AND LOW-PRESSURE ENGINES.—T. L. Jones, Natchez, Miss. 94.892.—WATERMETER ADAPTED FOR ROTARY PUMPS.— Edmund Keith (assignor to himself, B. H. Colegrove, and C. B. Hutcli- alo, N. Y.. 94.893.FISHIIOOK.Francis Kemlo, Boston, Mass. 94.894.—FISHHOOK.Francis Kemlo, Boston, Mass. 94.895.FISHHOOK.Francis Kemlo, Boston, Mass. 94.896.ELEVATOR.J.T. Ketchledge, Burns, Mich. 94.897.—BLACKINGFOR HARNESS LEATHER,Exc.J.N.Knapp, Syracuse, N. Y. 94.898.—APPARATUSFOR CARBURETING AIR.—J. F. Lafrogiie, Paris, France. 94.899.—VELOCIPEDE—NorbertLandry, San Franeisco, Cal. 94.900.—GATEWm.Leonard, Orieans, Ind. 94.901.DITCHINGMACHINE. Nathaniel B. Lewis, Hopewell, NN. Y. 94.902.—INTERFERINGPAD.Walter A. Lovelace, Richmond, Mass. 94,91)3.CULTIVATOR.E. P. Lynch, DaveHport, Iowa. 94,904—KNITTING MACHINE.—J. McCune, Auburn, Ind. 94.905.FRESII-AIHAPPAATUS.John McNeven, New York city. 94.906.ROTARYSTEAM ENGINE.—L. H. Mitchell and Lovi Stone, Mount Vernon, Ohio. 94,907KETTLE FOR BOILING BY STEAM—J.O. Mors'e,El1gle- wood, N• J ., and G. D. HISCOX, Brooklyn, N. Y. 94.908.—PRESERVINGANIMAL AND VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES IN TR.ANSIT.-E . R Norny, McDonough, Del., assignor to himself and Amos Carlisle, Philadelphia, Pa. 94.909.HAYFORIL—J.A. Park (assignor to himself and Wm. Woodhouse), Lansing. Mich. 94.910.HANDCORN PLANTER.—W. S. Pelham, Kirkville, Iowa. 94.911.—FUHNACEFOR REDUCING GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, AND OTHER REFKAOTOEF Osis.-Wm. Quann, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to himself, C. C. Lath rope, and A. R. Witm er. 94.912.TimJ,COUPLING.—B. R. Rapp (assignor to himself,'E. Lane, and J. G. Maxwell), Philadelphia, Pa. 94.913.—SCAFFOLDFOR PAINTERS.Jonas Hauch (AssiGNor to himself and Frederiek App), Selin's Grove, Pa. 94.914.—CLOTHESLINEHOLDER.John Robbins, Centralla,lll. 94.915.BUSTLE.D.G. Rollin, New York city. 94, 916.'WATER WHEEL.T. II. Russell, Northfield, Vt. 94.917.—BUTTERTUB.—A. C. SAWYer, Canton, N. Y. 94.918.—IIARVESTERCUTTER.—II. F. Shaw, West Iioxbary, assignor to J. A. Wood bury, Boston, Mass. 94,819.SAW MILL.G.'H. Shearer Bay Cit;:, Mich. 94,920.DIE FOR MANUFACTURING SPRING CALLIPERS.-N oah C.Smith, Berlin, assignor to the Eoys&Wilcox Company, East Ber- i!4,921 .HoRSE-rowE R.—J . G. Stephen son, Bucyrus, O liio. 94.922.ATTACHMENTFOR GAS BURNERS.R. N. Stewart, Pa. 94.923.ROCKDRILL.—J. P. Summers, Tiffin, Ohio. 94.924.SEWINGMACHINE NEEDLE.Hannah G. Suplee, San Francisco, C al. 94,9?5.INDICATING ATTACHMENT TO WEIGHING SCALES.- Wm. F. S weet, Jaekson, Pa. 94,926.HOOK.J. H. Tracy, Mayville, Mich. 94.927 .—VELOCIPEDE .C. M, Tyler. Indianapolis, Ind , 94.928.—RUSTICSETTEE. William P. Ulilinger, Philadelphia, Pa. 94.929.BURGLARALARM.J. N. Wells, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to himself, John S. Hull, and Jerome B. Bryant, Cincinnati, 94.930.RESTFOR LATHES FOR TURNING SPHERES Philipp Wenzel, Mayence-on-the-Khine, Germ p ny, assignor to Ignatius Hahn, Phil adelplna. 94.931.CLOTHESBOILER.L. H. Whitney,Washington, D.C. 94.932.CARRIAGEAXLE.Joseph 13. Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Eleanor Wilson, same place, and Henry M. Rile, Wilmington, Del. 94.933.THILLFOR CARRIAGES.William W. T. Greenway, Baltimore, Md. REISSUES. 54,111.CHILDREN's CARRIAGE.Dated April 24, 1866 ; reissue 3,074, dated Aug. 11, 1868 ; reissue 3,63S.-Andrcw Christian, New York city. 83,367.FRUIT JAR.Dated Oct. 27, 1868 ; reissue 3,637.- H. H. Collins, B. F. Collins, and Homer Wright, Pittsburgh, Pa.,assignees of E.M.Davis. 50,536.—METALLIC CARTRIDGE.Dated Oct. 17, 1865 ; reissue 3.S88.-T. J Powers, New York city. 88,90S.LOCK Nu'l'.Dated April 13, 1869 ; reissue 8,639. Almon Roff', Soul.liport, Conn. 56,044.COMPOSITION FOR RENDISRING PAINTS FIRE-PR OF.— Dated July 3, 1866; reissue 3,(i40.J. O. Swinney, Glasgow, Mo., and A. H.Pollock, Germantown, Ky., assignees, by mesne assignments, of J. B . Harris. DESIGN No. 3,530.SOLE OF A BOOT OR SHOE.Dated Jane I,1869;rciisuc 3,tJ41.Michael Thornton, Philadelphia, Pa. DESIGNS. 3.658.MOURNINGCARD.E. J. Godfrey, New York city. 3.659.FIREPLACEHEATERE. S. Heath, Baltimore, Md. 3,660 and 8,661.—0IL CLOTII.—C. T. Meyer, Newark, N. J., assignor to E. C. Sampson, New York city. Two patents. 3.662."BIT “ OF CHOPPING AXES.Henry C. Reynolds, Manchester, N. H. 3.663.RUSTICSETTEE.W. P. Uhlinger, Philadelphia, Pa. Inventions Patented In England by Americans. [Compiled from the “ Journal of the Commissioners of Patents."] PROVISIONAL PROTECTION FOR SIX MONTHS. « 2,460.MACHINE FOR MAKING SEWING NEEDLES.-F. W. Mallett, New Haven, Conn. August 17,1869. 2,468.-LooM.-N. A. Baldwin, Milford, Conn. August 18, 1868. 2.501.MANUFACTURE OF STEEL.—J. Baur, New York city. August 21, 1869. 1,683.-GAS JLANRI'ACTL-RK.—W. H. Gwynne, New York city, G. W. Harris, Elizabeth, N. J. May 31, I860. 2,486,—SCREW PROPELLEK.-F. “rittram, San Francisco, Cal. August 19, 181)9. 2 493.PROCESS OF MANCFACTUEIXG PAINT...S. RR. Bradley, New York city. August 20, 1869. 2,499.-SPRINGS FOR FOUR-WHEELED VEHlCLEs.-Charles Shea and Henry Roberts,Ncwark, N. J. August 21,1869. 2.508.-APPARATU8FOR RAISING 'VATEK.—E. Prall, Washington, D. d. August 23,1869. 2.509.-GAS LAMPPOST.'Jo'hn “W.' Graham, Cbillieothe, Ohio.; August 23; 1869. ' 2.510.SUBSTITUTESWo'oIl', IvQ'ET, STONE, KTC,D. Hlal-.:c, Albany,- N. Y. August 23, 1869, 2,52S.BKAIDING MAOHiNE.-j. D, Butler, Lancaster, Mas$; AUgnst 28 1869. 2,537.CARDING AND SPINNIBO MACRANEKY,- -JOLM Goulding, Worcester Mass. August 26, 1869. © 1869 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC. OCTOBER 2, 1869. 7hevalue of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN as an advertising medium cannot be over estimated. Its circulation is ten times greater than that of any similarjournal now published. It goes into all the States and Territories, and i8 read ih all the vrincipal libraries and reading-roorns oj tile world. We invite the attention of those who wish to make their bu8iness known to the annexed rates. A business man wants something more than to see his advertisement in a printed newspaper. He wants circulation. If it is worth 2525 cents per line to advertise in a paper of three thousand circulation, it is worth $250 per line to advertise in one of thirty thousand. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Back Page$100 a line. Inside Page75 cents a line. htgravings may head advertisements at the same rate ver line, by mea-i'-rement, as the letter-press. IHOTOGRAPHS of Great Eclipse! Four different views mailed free for 50 cents. WM. R. BROOKS, Bristol, Ind. rOR CUTS&PRICES of Wood-working Machinery, addreFls STEPTOE, McJ:l'aRLAX CO. • Cincinnati, Ohio. TWISS, HAYES&CO., Man'f'rs of Engine Lathes, Planers,& Shapers. Shafting.Pulleys.Gearing. Contractors for all kinds of machinery, New Haven,Ct. >OR SALE.- The Patent ofa Trunk Clasp Caster. Address J. H. BURNETT, Wilhamstown, S. Y. PORTABLE POST AND RAIL FENCE.- II. TRIMBLE, Hillsboro', Ohio. The design is a Neat,Cheap, Substantial Farm Fence. It has been fairly tested, and may with safety be recommended. ALL THAT ' S RE QUIRED of Sash Fasten- teiiers, WALKER's Patent “will do. “Never get out of order. per doz, Buy of WALKER&CO.,Whitlock Exposition,35 Park: Place, N.Y., or Hardware Merchants. Bolts.Nuts. HINGES. HE,VY HARDWARE. PICKS. Prov. Tool Co., Providence, R. 1. 29 Beekman st., N. Y. "YX7"AHD&STANTON,- V T Jolin St., New York, Manufacturers of Improved Horizontal and Portable Engines, Portable Corn , Saw Mills, etc. Send for circular. Mills, O POKES&FELLIES.A Practical man, S acquainted with the manufacturing of Spokes and Fellies, can secure a part interest in the “buaineas. Capital .not 80 much of an object as a thoroughgoing workman, with the bust of references. For particulars, address E. PARKER, Big Cove Tannery, Fulton Co., Pa. PAPER TRADE REPORTER.- Goes to nearly twelve hundred Paper Mills,"besides to nearly all the Paper Warehouses and Paper Stock Dealers throughout the countrv.making it a goo d advertising medium for Water Wheel Makers, Machinists,Mill- wrignt., and others. Advertisements inserted at 25c per line,8 words considered a line, which must beinbefore the 28th ofeach month. MANJiIHAN&MILLAR, Wholesale Paper Warehouse, 10 Spruce st., N.Y. "AROUND THE WORLD." SUBSCRIBE FOR THE New York Observer, $3 50 PER ANNUM. SAMPLE COPIES FREE. SIDNEY E. MORSE, JR.,&CO., 37 PARK ROW, NEw' YORK. G REAT IMPROVEMENT IN CRUSHING \JT ana Grinding. To Miners, Ironmasters, Manufacturing Chemists, Superphosphate Makers, Bone Grinders, Dyewood Workers, etc., etc.-E. P.BAUGH 's Patent Sectional Crushing and Grinding Mills, for reducing to powder rocks, ores, slag, bones, logwoods, aH kinds of mine- ralguano, and other tough and hard substances. Foril- lustratefi circular address BAUGH&SONS, 20 S. Delaware ave., Philadelphia. ' MERRICK SONST PATENT Safety Hoist ACCIDENTS Caused by Breaking of Hoisting RRojJes, Absolutely Prevented. Address MERRICK&SONS, 130 Washington avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. BUERK's WATCHMAN's TIME DETECTOR. - taportant for all large Corporations aud Manufacturing concerns -capable of controlling With the utmost accuracy the motion of a watchman or patrolman, as the same reaches difl'erent stations of his beat, send for a Cil'cular.J. E. BUERK No m., .P.O.Box 1,057, Boston, iilans. N. B.Tliis detector is covered by two tl. S. patents. Part1es nSl"g or sellmg these instruments Without authority lrom me will be dealt with according' to law. KASSONS' PATENT Coravo-Coiivei Anps AND Auger Bi The front or working faces of these Augers and Bits are Concave, and the rear faces are Convex. This peculiar construction gives great strength to the twist, removes undue friction, and and requires less power to use than the ordinary auger or bit. They are adapted for all kinds of wood-hard or soft -and specially adapted for all kinds of 'wood-boring machinery, and for boring hubs, pumps,etc. They do not require to be withdrawn for clearance, and will bore at any angle of the wood. Humphreysville Maf Co., SOLE MANUFACTURERS Warehouse, 31 Beekman st., N Y WATERS' PAT. FEED . WATER HE “ ITER AND LIME AND SEDIMENT COLLECTOR Heats Feed Water to the boiling point, precipitates i all impurities. keeping boilers free from scale and sed- nt rt tion ana expansion, and saves It large per cent of fuel. No one having once used this Heater will do without it. For circulars, references to Engineers and Owers of Engines having it in use, and full particulars, address THE WATERS PATENT HEATER CO., Hartford, Conn. WROUGHT IRON Beams and Girders. rrHE Union Iron Mills, Pittsburgh, Pa. The JL attention of Engineers and Architects is called to our improved Wrought-iron Beams and Girders (patent;- ed) in which the compound welds between the stem and iiam'es, which have proved so objectionable in the old mode of manufacturing, are entirely avoided, we are prepared to furnish all sizes at terms a8 favorable as can be obtained elsewhere. For descriptive lithograph ad- dresl'l tbe Union Tron Mills. Fittsburrh.Pa.21 tf "OURGESS NON-CONDUCTING BOILER jj j) CEMENT (Snyder's Patent) for sale or applied to Boilers, Pipes, Generators, Eire Boxes, Heaters, etc. etc. Saves 25 per cent in Fuel, and will stand any degree Oi heat. Send for circular.JOHN F. RtDJSB 4; i;St., Is ew York. Pevey's Cupola, WARRANTED to Melt, with one tun of Coal, 3000 lbs. of Iron MOKE than any other Cupola now in tise.ABIEL HiViiY Paten' ee and. Proprietor, Lowell,Mass. Van !uyl&Co., No. 2,3 Cherry st., New York, Agents. Wright's Pat. Square Dish Water Wheel © 1869 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC. THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS OUR n ite for which we “aim the following advantages over all others: The shanke )f our saw teeth are elastic, and exert a uniform diste ision in the sockets. The stability of the plate Is in no way affected by insertingnewsets of teeth. Eaeh tooth may beindependently adjusted to the cut- ti l lfo rivets, keys, or other objectionable appliances are employed in connection with the teetli ; they arc as simple in construction as a nut for a bolt, and as easily applied. In short all the difficulties heretofore experienced in the use of movable teeth for saws, are fully met and obviated by this indention. The Subscribe.” manufactui''C the “ W. C-. TITTTI.E's PATENT CKOSS CTTT SAWS,” .J. H. TUTTTTO's PATEOT DOUBLE HOOK T corn SAWS also, Cast, steel Circular and Long Saws. Sin ie and Double Cylin der and oc lier Power and Hand Prir. 'jng Machinery. Our Illustrates Catalogues sent free to all, who will please address US. R. HOE&CO., Manufacturers, 26 tt29 and 31 Gold st .. NewYoijr. AGENTS! Head This! WE WILL PAY AGENTS A SALARY of 530 per week and expenses, or allow a large commission, Lo sell our new and wonderful inventions. AddressM. WAGNER&CO., Marshall, Mich. ANTED — AGENTS — $75 FSYffti- -f 1to $200 per month, everywhere, Jtsmiiaai male and feinale.to introduce the t- ','GENUINE IMPROVED COM- P1MONSENSE FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. This Machine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid, and embroider in a most superior manner. Price Oiilv $18. Fully warranted for five years. We will pav $1000 for any machine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic seam than ours. It makes the “Elastic Lock Stitch.” Everv second stitch can be cut and still the cloth cannot be pulled apart without tearing it. We pay Agents from $75 to $200 p r month and expenses, or a commission from which twice that amount can be made. AddressSECOMB&CO., Pittsburgh, Pa., Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. CAUTION.Do not be imposed upon by other parties palming off worthless cast-iron machines,under the same name, or otherwise. Ours is the only genuine and really practical cheap machino manufactured. ASHCROFT's LOW-WATER DETECTOR will insure your Boiler against explosion. JOHN A-SHCROFT, 50 Jolm st.. New York.16 tf THE NATIONAL CORN HUSKER.-A perfect and practical machine ; picks from the stalk and husks 600 bushels per day with one-horse power. Price $150. Liberal discount to the trade. JAMES A. ROBINSON, No. 1M Duane st., New York. WANTEDAGENTSTo sell the AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE. Price £25. The simplest, cheapest, and best Knitting Machine over invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per minute. Liberal inducements to Agents. Address AM KKICAN KNITTING MACHINE CO.,"Boston, Mass., or St. Louis, Mo. BENT, GOODNOW&CO., Boston, Mass.. Agents for the sale 01 Patents. FOR SALEA variety or verv alunble “ Kighta,” Send stamp forTHE PATENT STAR, Containing descriptions of each. RICHARDSON, MERIAM&co., Manufacturers of the latest improved Patent Dan iels' and Woodwortb Planing Machines, Matching, Sash and molding, Tenoning, Mortising. Boring, Shaping Vertical and Circular Ue-sawing Machines, Saw “Mills, Saw Arbors, Scroll Saws, “flailway, Cut-off, and Pip-saw Machines, Spoke and VYood Turning Lathes, and various other kinds oi Wood-working Machinery. Catalogues and price lists sent on application. Manufactory, “Worcester. Mass. Warehouse, j07 Liberty st.,Ne\v York. 17 ti Spooling, Win ding, Beaming .Dyeing, and Sizing Machines Self-Acting,'Wool-Scouring Machines, Hydra Extractors Also, Shafting, Pulleys, and Seii-Omi g Adjusable Hang ei's, manuf'dby THUS.WOOD, <1106 Wood at., Philad'a,Pa WOODBURY's PATENT Planing and Matching and Molding Machines,Gray&Wood's Planers,Self-oiling Saw Arbors, and other wood working machinery. S. A. WOODS,( 91 Libel ty street, lM. Y.; Send for Circulars. i 67 Sudbury street, Boston. BOILER FELTING SAVES TWENTY- fi.ve per cent of Fuel.'JOHN -ASHCROFT, 16 tf50 John st., New York. We Put Genuine Waltham Watches Into the hands of purchasers in any Stato, Territory, Town,Village,or Frontier Sottlement.at the Lowest New York Wholesale Prices. The Express Companies take them from us and deliver them to the customers in any part of the Union, however remote. The package can be opm and the watch examined, and not till then is the purchaser required to pay for it ; and if,on examination, it is not satisfactory, there is no obligation to receive it. Our descriptive and illustrated Price List gives full information in regard to the watches,and our plan ot sen ding them by express. Every one should have a copy; we send it postpaid on application ; no return stamps required. When you write, please state that you saw this in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. HOWAKD&CO., Jewelers and Silversmiths,No. 619 Broadway, New York.