Issued by the United States Patent Office, FOR THE WEEK ENDING SEPT. 21, 1869. Reported Officially for the Scientific American. schedule OF patent OFFICE FEES: Qmeach caveat................................................................ -fl0 On filing each application for a Patent (seventeen years)...................$15 On issuing each original Patent...............................................S20 On appeal to Commissioner of Patents........................................1*20 On application for Reissue.....................................................$30 OD. application for Extension of Patent......................................$50 in O: filing atisclaimer..........................................................flu 011 an application for Design (three and a half years)......................$10 On an application for Design (seven years)..................................$15 On an applicationfor Design (fourteen years)...............................S80 In additionto whichthere aresomesmallrevenue-stamp taxes. Residents ot Canada and Nova Scotia pay $500 on application. For copy of Claim of any Patent issued within 30 years.......................I A sketch from the model or drawing, relating to such portion of a machine as the Claim covers,from.................................................! upward, but usually at the price above-named. Thefull Specification of any patent Issued since Nov. 20, 1866, at which time the Patent Office commenced printing them.............................. Official Copies oJ Drawingsof any patent issued since 1886, we can supply at areasonaMe JsMfte price depending upon the amount OJ labor in-solved and the nunwer of views. Jilullinformation, as to Orice ot drawings, in each case, may be had by address ing MUNN & CO ., » Patent Solicitors, No. 37 Park Row, New York. 94^84.Revenue Stamps for Cigars. Anson Atwood, New York city. Antedated September 13,1869. :94,935,Alloy for Tubing.John S. Barden, Providence, R. I. 94,936.Alloy for Making Water Meters.John S. Barden. Providence, R. I. 94,937.Boiler Feed Water Regulator.John S. Barden, Providence, R. I. 9-4,938.Washing Machine.George W. Benton, East Pike, n. y. , 94,939.Felting Machine.Job W. Blackham (assignor to himself and James H. Prentice), Brooklyn, N. Y. 94,940.BRUSH.Charles Boeckh, Buffalo, N. Y. 94,941.Brush.Samuel Brillinger, Clarence Center, N. Y. 94.942.Apparatus for Evaporating Cane Juice.M. S. Bringier, Ascension Parish, La. 94,943.Axle Box Lid. John Bristow, Detroit, Mich. Antedated September 6,1869. !WL,944.Signs for Street Lamps.Erastus Caswell and Herman Lachmann, Chicago, Ill. 94,945.SASH PULLEY.Charles B. Clark, Buffalo, N. Y. 94,946.Scrubber.Charles E. Clum (assignor to himself and Moses C. Haskell), Troy, N. Y. 94,947.Machine for Closing the Seams of Metallic Vessels.E. T. Covell, Brooklyn.N. Y. Antedated SeptemberlO, 1869. 94,948.Protector for Stems of Boats.Wm. P. Davis and Samuel Elwell, Jr., Gloucester, Mass. 94,949.Door Spring.Frederick Dodge, Syracuse, N. Y. 94,950.Surge Reliever for Cables.John J. Emery, Owls Head, Me. 94,951.Necktie.Franklin Field, Troy, N. Y. 94,952.Grinding Mill.Morrison Foster, Cleveland, Ohio. 94,953.Portable Fence.Newton J. Glover, Waveland, , Ind. Antedated August Sl, 1869. 94,954..Washing Machine.J. T. Greenwood, Beloit, Wis. 94,955.Compound for Emery Wheels and Oil Stones. N. B.Hadley and R. J.Costain, Northampton, Mass. 94,956.Machine for Dressing Millstones.J. B. Harris, Ottawa, Ill. 94,957.Mounting Lease Rods for Looms, etc.Wm. A. Hastings, Thorndyke,Mass. 94,958.Tile,Machine.Simeon Hawkins, Carmel, Ind. 94,959.Apparatus for Evaporating Cane Juice.L. S. Hereford, West Baton Rouge parish,La. 94,960.Brake Shoe.Amos A. Hotchkiss (assignor to himself and Wm. J. Qualey), Hannibal, Mo. 94,961.Argand Lamp.Andrew B. Howland, Titusville, Pa. 94,962.Holdback for Carriages.Thomas F. Kiff, Havana, N. Y., assignor to Elijah A. Simmons, Chatsworth, 111. 94,963.Field Fence.Edwin King, Dunkirk, N. Y. 96,964.Adjustable Harrow.John Kinhart, Athens, 1ll. 94,965.Metallic Button-hole or Clasp.Jeremiah R. Little, Jamaica Plains, Mass. 94,966.Harvester.Charles E. Mason, Elgin, 1ll. 94,967.Dryer.Oscar F. Mayhew, Indianapolis, Ind. 94,968.Gage for Turning Bevels.George W. Moore, Worcester, Mass. 94,969.Method of Purifying Nitric Acid.George M. Mowbray, Titusville, Pa. 94,970.Railway Frog.James Patterson, Hornellsville, N.Y. 94,971.Archimedean Screw Water Elevator.Wm. H. Plumb, New York city. Antedated September 8, 1869. 94,972,Chimney.Peter Portois, San Francisco, Cal. 94,973.Steam Engine Valve.Elting Post, Boston, Mass. 94,974.Weighing Scoop.David II. Priest, Watertown, and John R. Howard, Charlestown, Mass. 94,975.Animal Trap.W;d. N. Reed, Washington, D. C. 94,976.Sewing Machine.T. S. Reeve, C. D. Smith and H. L. Swartwout, Chicago,Ill. ; said Smith and Reeve assign their right to saidSwartwout. 94,977.Basket for Grinding Tile. Peter C. Reniers, Pittsburgh, Pa. 94,978.Steam Generator. S. T. Russell, Springfield, ohio. 94,979.Spring Seat for Vehicles.Samuel S. Simmons, Watsonville, Cal. 94,980.Needle Threader.Corelli W. Simpson, Bangor, Me. 94,981.CarriAge Spring.Alfred E. Smith, Bronxville, N. Y. Antedated September 15,1869. 94,982.Gas Machine.Andrew R. Spang and Daniel F Sheaf, Dayton, Ohio. 94,983.Clothes Pounder.Orrin J. Stickles, Canton, N. Y 94,984.Fireplace.J ames C. Strong and Luther C. McNeal, Buffalo, N. Y.; said Luther C. McNeal assigns his right to said James C Strong . 94,985.Machine for Painting Floor Oilcloths.-C. W. Strout and Amos Wilder, Hallowell, Me, 94,986.Stovepipe Damper.Isaac Van Hagen. Chicago, Ill. 94,987.Bag and Shoe-string Fastener.John H, Weed-en (assignor for one halt to George C. Thomas), Waterbury, Conn. 94,988.Dumping Cart.F. Hancock Williams, Washington, D. c. 94,9811.Wagon-tongue Support.George Alexander, Rom- ney, Ind. 94,990.Rocking Carriage.A. Armando, New York city. 94.991.Curry Comb.J. M. Baker, Marshfield, Ohio. 94,992.Velocipede.Robert J. Barr, Philadelphia, Pa. 94,993.Cotton Press,Charles J. Beasley (assignor to him self and Tappey, Lumsden & Co)., Petersburg. Va. 94,994.Manufacture of Iron and Steel.Henry Bessemer, London, England. Patented in England, December 31, 18*67. 94,995.Manufacture of Iron and Steel.Henry Bessemer, London, England. Patented in England, March 21, 1868. 94,996.Manufacture of Iron and Steel.Henry Bessemer, London, England. Patented in England,March 21, 1868. 94,997.Manufacture of Iron and Steel .Henry Bessemer, London, England. Patented in England March 31,1868. 94,998.Self-closing Faucet.A. Brinckmann, New York city. 94,9911.Wool-picking Machine.James Cate, Rumsey, Ky. 95,OOO.Lamp Shade.R. W. Churchill, Bridgeport, Conn. 95,001.Water Closet.Geo. Conrou, New York city. Antedated Sept.8,1869. 95,002.Self-winding Line Machine.Wm. A. Coventry, Paterson, N. J. 95,003.Extension Table.J. P, Curry (assignor to S. S. Burnet), Vincennes, Ind. 95,004.Box Loop for Carriage Tops.C. H. Davis, Syracuse, N. Y. 95,005.Revolving Plow. William J. Dawson, Brook-field, Mo. 95,006.Hay and Grain Elevator.John Dennis, Oswego, N. Y. 95,007.Hames Fastener.M. L. Drake, Rockford, Ill. 95,0o8,Horse-power.C. L. Drury, Rockingham, Vt. 95,009.Methodof Heating Tan-bark Leaches by Steam:.. L. C, England, Philadelphia, Pa. 95,010.Horse Hay Rake.Wm, P. Ewing, Fancy Hill, Va., 95,011.Stump Extractor.T. W. Fay, Camden, N. J. 95,013.Horse Hay Fork.E. J. Fenn, Medina, Ohio. 95,013. Telegraph Apparatus. David Flanery, New Orleans, La. 95,014.Self-closing Telegraph Key.J. J. B. Frey, New York city. 95,015.Coffee Roaster. James Galloway, Chetopah. Kansas. 95.016.Thrashing Machine.F. A. Geisler, Bristol, R. I. 95,017.Manufacture of Galvanized Iron.J. D. Grey (assignor to himself and John Lippincott), Pittsburgh, Pa. 95,018.Wind Mill.C. C. Harris, LaFayette, Ill. 95,019.Sewing Machine.M. C. Hawkins, Edinborough, Pa. 95,020.Water Wheel.Wm. E. Hill, Renovo, Pa. 95,021.Revolving Dough MiXER.Thomas Holmes, Wil-liamsburgh, N. Y. 95,022.Hoisting Apparatus.G. II. Kamnacher, Columbus, Ohio. 95,023.Operating Churn Dasher.William Kegg, Las- sellsville, N. Y. 95,024.Door Knob.J. J. King, New York city. 95,025.Fruit Jar.J. M. W. Kitchen, Brooklyn, N. Y. 95,026.Railroad Car Heater.J. E. Kline, Wheeling, West Va. 95,027.Lamp.Henry Long, Kittanning, Pa. 95,028.Process for Preserving Eggs.John Longmaid, New York city. 95,029.Churn.S. D. Lucas, Winterpock, Va. 95,030.Fireplace.R. D. McDonald, Jersey City, N. J. 95,031.Corn Harvester.John McLeish, Chicago, Ill. 95,032.Traction Engine.C. C. Merriman, Brighton, N.Y. 95,033.Machine for Grinding Mower & Reaper Knives. Henry Millard, New York city. • 95,034.Machine for Winding Bobbins,F. H. Morrill, Philadelphia, Pa. 95,035.Cultivator.Isaac J. Morrow, Everton, Ind. 95,036.Composition for Use in Fire Extinguishers. J. M. Muterse and H. G. De Valory, Guerande, France. 95,037.Machine for Bending Wood.H. H. Nichols (assignor to P. S. Whitcomb), Keeseville, N. Y. 95,038.Meat-cutting Machine.August Nittinger, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 95,039.Extract of Madder for Dyeing and Printing. Altred Paraf, New York city, assignor to Edward Sabine Renwick, trustee. 95,040.Process for Printing Colors on Textile Materials.Alfred Paraf, New York city, assignor to Edward Sabine Renwick, trustee. 95^41.Railway Rail Chair.D. C. Pierce, Washington, D. C. Antedated Sept. 8, 1869. 95,042.Machine for Bending Wood.J. H. Preston,Jefferson City, Mo. 95^43.Railway Car Truck.Perry Prettyman, Paradise Spring Farm, Oregon. 95,044.Cultivating Hoe,J. J. Ray and J. R. Young, New Orleans, La. 95,045.Guide for Stamp Mills.C. A. II. Rics and A. J Van Deren, Central City, Colorado Territory. 95,046.Railroad Station Indicator.A. C. Rodgers (assignor to himself and Lewis Shaffer), Fort Washington, Pa. 95,047.Straw Cutter.J. H. Ryland, Baltimore, Md. 95,048.Sofa and Bedstead.William H. Schwalbe, New York city. 95,049.Pan and Furnace for Evaporating.Lewis Scott, Sinking Spring, Ohio. Antedated Sept. 10, 1869. 95,050.Combined Thrashing Machine and Separator. Joshua Seip and H. J. Schmeyer, Macungie, Pa. 95,051.Railway.G. V. Sheffield and J. F. Coburn, Hopkinton, Mass. 95,052.Saw.Joseph H. Smith, and Elijah G. Peckham, Toledo, Ohio. , 95,053.Nickel-faced Type.Luther L. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 95,054.Slow-closing .Valve for Water Closets.W. Smith, San Francisco, Cal*. 95,055.Side-saddle Tree.Louis Triplett, Columbia, Ky. 95,056.Coffeepot.II. Von Holten, Hoboken, N. J. 95,057.Rotary Mechanical Power.A. G. Waterhouse, San Francisco, Cal. 95,058.Combination Lock.J. P. White, Savannah, Ga. 95,059.Safe.J. P. White, Savannah, Ga. 95,060.Bit Holder.Jacob Winkelhouse, New York city. 95,061.Mining Pump.Hiram Wolf(assignor to himself and A. D. Wolf), St. Louis, Mo. 95,062.Combined Corn and Cotton Planter.A.H.Woot- ton, Bartow, Ga. 95,063.Compounu for Restoring Damaged Tobacco. Wesley A. Wright (assignor to himself and William C. Trowbridge), Liberty, Va. 95,064.Coating Iron for the Fronts of Buildings, and foe Other Purposes.- tJohn Alexander, Greenpoint, N, Y. 95,065.Expanding Mandrel.D. L. Allen, Williamsport, Pa. 95,066.Hearse.Edwin Allen, Norwich, Conn. 95,067.Marker for Seeding Machines. strong, Elmira, Ill. -George Arm 1869 SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, INC. 95,068.Corn PLANTER.James . Armstrong, Jr., Elmira, 111. 95,069.Motive Power for Sewing and other Ma- chines.J. B. Aver, Elizabeth, N. j. Antedated sept. 10,1869. 95,070.Horse-Rake Teeth.J. L. Bartlett and J. 13. L. Bartlett, North Jay, Me. 95,071.Composition for Roofing and Paving.Giacinto Bartolomei. Chicago, 1ll. 95,072.Device for Preventing Cattle from Jumping. -Charles Bettinger, South Dansville, N. Y. 95,073.Wheat Drill.Hiram Blunt and R. C. Blunt, Bath, » 111., by Hirara Blunt for himself, and Hiram Blunt and Mary Jane Blurt, executors of R. C. Blunt, deceased. 95,074.Hat Ventilator.Thomas W. Bracher, New York city. 95,075.Manufacture of White Lead.S. R. Bradley, New York city. 95,076.Table and Bedstead.James L. Brander, Boston, Mass. 95,077.Faucet.John Broughton, New York city. 95,078.Sausage Stuffer.A. L. Brouse and Urias Weid- man, Lake, Ohio. 95,079.Shield for Corn Plows.D. F. Brown, Champaign. 1ll., and E. C. Brown, CrawfordsviUe, lnd. 95,080.Folding Umbrella.S. B. Bushfield, Jr., Parkers-burg, West Va. 95,081.Cane and Whip Combined.C. L. Bushnell, Jefferson, Ohio. 95,082.Gang Plow.Robert Carson, Meredosia, 111. 95,083.Gate.I. A. Clark, Marion, N. Y. 95,084.Billiard and Bagatelle Table.W. A. Clark, Boston, Mass. 95,085.Corn Planter.J. S. Coen, Attica, Ind. 94,086.Signal Holder for Railway Cars.W. V. Col- Jey and W. H. Deitrick, Philadelphia, Pa. 95,087.Heel for Boots and Shoes.Henry Cordtz, Chicago, 1ll. 95,088.Pump.C. A. Crowell, Newark, N. J. Antedated September 13, 1869. 95,089.Device for Collecting Petroleum from the mjrface of Water CouRSES.L. H. Cowley, Silver Creek, N. Y. 93,090.Levee.W. P. Craig, Milton, Ky. 95,091.Ticket Cutter.L. O. Crocker, Brahtree, Mass. 95,092.Loom.George Crompton, Worcester, Mass. 95,093.Thill Coupling.P. D. Crosby, Danbury, Conn. Antedated Sept. 11, 1869. 95,094.Pulling Mill. Ernest Dams, Newark, N. J. Antedated Sept. 17, 1869. 95,095.Artificial Sliding Hill.C. De Bodisco, St. Pet- ersburgh, Russia, and P. D. De Rivera, Madrid, Spain. 95,096.Apparatus for Making Butter.Avery Denison (assignor to himself and Wm. Keil) , Woodville, Ohio. 95,097.Manufacture of White Lead.C. W. Dwelle, St. Louis, Mo. 95,09).Carriage Wheel.W. P. Elam, Petersburgh, 1ll. 95,099.Pile for Railroad Chairs.David Eynon, Richmond, Va. 95,100.Beehive.H. H. Flick, Lavansville, Pa. Antedated Sept. 8, 1009. 95,101.Hinge for Blinds.W. T. Freligh, Jersey City, N. ,1. 95,102.Instrument for Tightening and Loosening Screw Caps of Fruit JARS.Alonzo French Philadelphia, Pa.. 95,103.Hinge for Boxes.Russel Frisbie (assignor to J. and E. Stf.phens & Co.), Cr omwell, Conn. 95.104.Urn Stand.C. E. Goodhue, Malden, Mass. 95,105.Spring-Bed Bottom.George C. Grut, Milwaukee, Wis. 95,106.Bake Oven.I. A. Hammer, Newton, Iowa. 95,107.Elastic Cushion for Horses Feet.John Hazel-tine, Melrose, and C. L. Wheeler, Cambridge, Mass.; said Hazeltine assigns his half to said Wheeler. 95,108.Brick Machine.C. V. Hemenway (assignor to himself and A. A. Powers), New London, Ohio. 95,109.Coffin.A. W. Hendrick, Batavia, Ill. 95,110.Sash Holder.Coleman Hicks, Lancaster, Ky. 95,111.Trunk Hasp.Louis HillelJrand, Philadelphia, Pa. 95,112.Let-Off and Tension Device for Spools of Braiding Machines.W. j. Horstmann, Philadelphia, Pa. 95,113.Machine for Fo ming Screw Threads on Sheet Metal CAPs.Thomas Houghton, Philadelphia, Pa. 95,114.Dredging Apparatus.Bernard Hughes and Daniel Iluq-hes, Rochester, N. Y. 95,115.Attachment for Lamp Burners.Robert Hutton (assignor to himself and J. T. G. Middleton), Williamsburgh, N. Y. 95,116.Bird Cage.J. C. Jewett and John Vogt, Buffalo, i N. Y.; said Vogt assigns his right to said Jewett. j 95,117.Machine for Turning Tapers.Clark Jillson, Worcester, Mass. • 95,118.Twine HolderE. M. ,Judd, Wolcottville, Conn. 95,119.Washing M achine.Henry Lighty, Attica, Ind. 95,120 .Clothes-Line FastenerM. H. Lineback, Greenfield, Ind. 95,121.Seed Planter.H. C. Locke, Somerville, Tenn. 95,122.Railway Car and Driving Wheel.N. C. Lombard, Cambridge, assignor to J. a. Woodbury, Winchester, Mass. 95,123.Fence Post.Clark Losee, Perrysburgh, N. Y. 95,124.ChurnP. J. Manning, Troy. Ill. 95,125.Sled.James Martin, Chesterfield, Ohio. 95,126.Dentists Impression Cup.G. McDonald, Athens, Ga. 95,127.Shingle BinderG. E. More, Royalton, Wis. 95,128.Watch .C. S. Moseley, Elgin, Ill. 95,129.Mortising MACHINE.Arthur O. Neal, Hyde Park, Mass. HARTFORD Steam B oiler INSPECTION & INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL......................$500,000. ISSUES POLICIES OF INSURANCE, after a careful inspection of the Boilers, covering all loss or damage to Boilers, Buildings, and Machinery, ARISING from STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS. The business ofthe Company includes allklnds ot STEAM BOILERS, STATIONARY, MARINE, AND LOCOMOTIVE. Full information concerning the plan ofthe Companys operations can be obtained at the HOllIE OFFICE. in Hartford, Conn. Or at any Agency. _ J. M. ALLEN .President. C. M. POND, Vice President. T. H. BABCOCK, Secretary. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : .J. M. Allen........................................President. Lucius J. Hendee............President ..iEtna Fire Ins. Co. ss s g JohnA. Butler.............Pres.Conn. River Banking Co. Charles M. Beach............................of Beach &; Co. a G M. Bartholomew..........Proet American Natl Bank. R. W. H. Jarvis...........Prest Colts Fire-Arms Mfg. Co. E. M. Heed..........Supt Hartford & N. Hwen Railroad. C M. Pond.........Treas. Hartford & N. Haven Railroad. T. O. Enders........................Sec. ..:Etna Life Ins. Co. Leverett Brainard.........i.....of Case,Lock wood & Co. Geo. Crompton......Crompton Loom Works, Worcester. D. L. Harris.........Prest Conn. River R. R., Springfield. Earl P.Mason.....Prest Pr@v. &; »Wor. If.R., Providence. Hoii. E. D. Morgan..............U. S. Senator, New York. New York Office, 106 Broadway. THOS. S. CUNNINGHAM, Agent. R. K. McMURRAY, Inspector. We Put Genuine Waltham Watches Into the hands of purchasers in any state, Territory, Town,Village,or Frontier Settlement.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 opened, 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 in-fOTmation in regard to the watches,and our plan ot sending 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. HOWARD & CO., Jewelers and Silversmiths.No. 619 Broadway, New York.