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Forcopyof Claim qf any Patent issued withinBOyea r 3....................... 1 A 8k etch from the m: Vde8 oJ d'uing: relatinn to such, portion of a machine as the Claim covers,from.................................................$1 upw aard, but usuall' at the p r ice above-named.. T he f Specification ofany patent issur since Nov, 20,1866, at which timethe Patenl Office com::!e printi:; them..............................$1'25 Ojicial Oopies of Drawing80f an' patent i8SUed /ineee 1836, W6 can8uppl' at a reasonable cost, the price depending upon the amount q labor involved and the number qfviewB. Fullinformation, as to vrice oj drawingB, in each case, m gy be had b' addre8B-ing MUM &CO.. Patent SolicttQrs. No. 37 Par k Rw. New York. 97,263.-Sash Balance.-J. C. Anderson, 'Webster, Pa. 97,264.-RefrigeratoR foR Condensing Vapors from FermeIting Vats in Breweries.-Lawrence Angster, Newark, N. J. 97,265.-Compress.-C. W. Armstrong (assignor to himself and T. H. Armstrong), Detroit, Mich. 97,266.-Vulcanizing Press.-J oseph Banigan, Smithfleld, assIgnor to Woonsocket Rubber Co., Woonsocket, R. I. 97,267.-Logging Sled.-Albert R. Baxter, Peck Post Office, MIch. 97,268.-Mode oF Curing Bacon, Hams, and Shoulders.- W. G. Bell, Charlestown, Mass. 97,269.-Ventilating Window Blind.-Harrison Berdan and John Bantly, Wayne, Mich. 97,270.-Fastening for Bedsteads.-Charles Bradway, Maquoketa, Iowa. 97,271.-Lamp Extinguisher.-Geo. V. Bunker, Yankton, Dakota Territory. 97,272.-Device for Clearing Land of Stulps.-Chas. fnfield and H. Wlllard, Grand Rapids, Mich. Antedated November Ii, 1890. 97,273.-Combined Roller and Cultivator.-J. B. Catey, Willlamsburgh, Ind. 97,274.-Pulp.-E. S. Cavnah and David Yeagley, B9ulbol? ,Ind. 97,275.-Fruit Picker.-L. D. Cogswell, Lowell, Mass. 97,276.-Dust Pan.-F. 1. Daniels, Bqston, Mass. 97,277,-Combined Revolving Hoe and Cotton Cultivator.-Major E. Davis, Rome, Ga. 97,278.-Wood Pavement.-David L. De Golyer, Chicago, Ill. 97,279.-Machine for the Manufacture of Artificial Fuel, and FoB Compressing Conglomerate Substances into Compact Masses.-A. Dietz, New York City, assignor to F. N. Hopkin., Baltimore, Md. 97,280.-Boring Machine.-E. C. Dodge, Edgecomb, Me. Antedated Nov. 1S,l869. 97,281. - Pitcp Board.John R. Drew, San Francisco, Cal. 97,282.HaY "Elevator.-F. R. Dufour, Vevay, Ind. 97,283.-Apparatus for Carbureting Air.-C. F. Dunder- dale, New York city. 97,284.-Apparatus for Producing Illuminating Gas.- C. F. Dunderdale. New York city. 97,285.-Gas Machine for Carbureting Am. - H. F. Eberts and John Fanning, Detroit, :Mlch.; said Eberts assigns his right to saId Fanning. 97,286.-Boo' Crimper Screw.-J acob Edson, Boston, Mass. 97,287.-Plate Printing for Colors.-Joseph Enthoffer, WashIngton, D. C. 97,288.-Gate . .Samuel Freet, Upper Strasburg, Pa. 97,289.-Bracket for Conductors.-Peter Gantz (assignor to hlmselt and Martin Fryer), Albany, N. Y. 97,290.-Faucet Attachment to Cans.-John H. Garrigan, Sacramento, Cal., and F. L. Hall, Reno, Nevada. 97,291.-Cooking Range.-R. :. Granger, Providence, R. I. 97,292.-Machine for Forming Cigars and Plug Tobac00.-Wm. Hall . ld E. J. Bennett. Boston, Mass. 97,293.Fruit Jar.-L. B. Harberger, Philadelphia, Pa. 97,294.-Lamp Shade.-E. K. Haynes, Boston, Mass. 97,295.-P ad or Housing for Harness Saddles.-C. B. Hogg, Boston, Mass. 97,296.Boiler or other Furnace.-M. L. Horton, Windsor, Vt. 97,297.-Brick Mold-Stephen Inman, Rockford, Ill. 97,298.Lamp Burner.Melvin Jincks, Wallace, N. Y. 97,299.-Steam Plow.-J. G. Knapp, Madison, Wis. 97,300.-Applying Steam Power to Street Railway Cars.-L. W. Langdon. Northampton, Mass. 97,301.-Rest foR Carriage Tops.-C. C. Lawrence and Jas. Lewis, Marengo. Mich. 97,302.-Head Block for Saw Mills.-C. Leffngwell (assignor to hImself, H. Blandy, and F. Biandy), Zanesville, Ohio. 97,303.Railway Car Coupling.H.L.Lockwood,Denmark, Iowa. 97,304. - Curtain Fixture.-Moses Loeb, Chicago, Ill. 97,305.Steam Generator.- W. B. Mack, Detroit, Michl Antedated Nov. 11,1869. 97,306.-Foundation for Spring Bed Bottoms.-David Manuel. Dedham, Mass. 97,307.-Fire Place.-Stephen Martin, Detroit, Mich. 97,308.-Tool for Molding Dovetails.-Bernard McEnally and Edward FarreH, DetrOit, Mich. Antedated Nov. IS, 1869. 97,309.-Press for Compacting the Waste Particles of Coal into Blocks for Fuel.-T. M. MltcheH. Philadelphia, Pa. 97,310.-Sta ve Machine.-Samuel Newman, Cleveland, Ohio, "ssignorto himself and John Newman. 97,311.-Vapor Burner.-J. H. Pattee, Monmouth, Ill. Antedated Nov. 20,1869. 97,312.-Metal Belting.-W. P. Powers, North La Crosse, Wis. Antedated Nov. 24,1869. 97,313.-Grape Crusher and Stem Separator.-T. C. Purington Lincoln, Cal. 97,314.-Chair Spring.-T. C. Purington, Lincoln, assignor to himself and A. MayOul, Marysvl!le. Cal. 97,315.-Baby Walker. - P. H. Randolph, Leavenworth . City, :ansas. Antedated Nov. lS,1869. 97,316.Snow Guard for Roofs.-A. Rogers, Worcester, Mass. 97,317. - Seeder.-J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam, Wis. 97,318.Telegraph Insulator.-A. G. Safford, St. Albans Vt. Antedated Nov. 17,1869. 97,319.-Cultivator.-Alexander Shaw, Monmouth, Ill. Antedated Nov. 22,1869. 97,320.-Machine for Dressing MilJ.stones.-Franklin SImmons (assIgnor to H. D. Coleman), New Orleans, La. 97,321.-Stove.Stand.-D. N. Smith, Boston, Mass. Antedated Nov. 27, 1869. 97,322.-Hay Rack for Wagons.-S. J. Smith, Farmington N. Y. 97,323.-Water-Closet P an.-W. Smith, San Francisco, Cal 97.324.-Governor.-Robert Spear, New Haven, Conn. 97,32?.-Machine for Puttying Seams of Vessels.-Al fred Stevens, Georgetown, assignor to Josiah Starling, Manheigan, Me. 97,326. - Can Handle.-L. A. SUnderland, Madison, Ohio. 97,327.Horseshoe Blank.-E. B. Turner, Providence, R. 1. Antedated Nov. 13. 1869. 97,32B.-Carpenters' Plow.-Harmon Vanbuskirk, Vienna Mich. Antedatod Nov. 24,1869. 97,329.-Railway Car WheeI,.-Zadock Washburn, Hope- dille, assignor to Hopedale Furnace Company, Milford, Mass. 97,330.-Channel Opener for Boot and Shoe Sewing Machines.-Orin Weeman, Lynn,Mass. 97,331.-Fastening for Neckties.P. S. White, Providence, R. I. Antedated Nov. 21,1869. 97,332.-Latch.-M. J. Woodruff (assignor to Russell and, Erwin Manufacturing Company), New Britain, Conn. 97,333.-Tile or Slab for Flooring and Wainscoting, AND FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF FURNITURE.-E. H. Woodward, New York city. 97,334.-Railway Switch.-W. L. Yantis, Brownsville, Mo. 97,335.-1ubricating Compound.-W. N. Abbott, Boston, MRSS., assignor to himself, G. W. Boyle, and F. N. Terrent, Baltimore, Md. 97,3i6.-Printing Photographs.-Joseph Albert, Munich , Bavaria. 97,337.-Plow.-C. C. Ansley, Americus, Ga. 97,338.-School Desk and Seat.-B. VV. Arnold, Des Moines, Iowa. 97,339.- Machine for Planting Potatoes.-L. A. Aspin- wall, Albany, N. Y. 97,340.-Velocipede.-S. M. Bailey;Cottage Grove, Minn. 97,341.-Middlinas Separator.-Joseph Barker (assignor to himself, A. L.lrown, and T.H. Brown), Chicago, Ill. Antedated Nov 17.1869. 97,342.-A.NCHOR.-E. T. Barlow, San Francisco, Cal. 97,343.-Machinery for Propelling Cars.-G. T. Beauregard, New Orleans, La. 97,344.-Canceling Punch.-M. E. Bcrolzheimer, New York city. 97,345.-Linilent for the Treatment of Neuralgia, Rheumatism, etc.-Benamin Bissell, New London, N. Y. 97,346.-SteMM Winding W atch .-Edouard Bo ur quin, New York city. 97,347.Hot Air Furnace.-Robert Boyd and J. C. Hart, Rochester, N. Y. 97,348.-Window Bu'ton.-E. K. Breckenridge, West Meri den, Conn. 97,349.-Preserving EgOs and other Articles.-Catherine Bruner, Marshall, Mo. 97,350.-Machine for Turning Wooden Ware.-J. C. Bryant and A. W. Turner, Glrdner, Mass. 97,351.-Bolt Heading Machine.-O. C. Burdict, Providence, R. 1. 97,352.-Plow.-P. Burns, Indiana, Pa. 97,353.-Sectional Steam Generator.-A. S. Cameron, New York City. 97,354. - Lubricator.-A. S. Cameron, New York city. 97,355.Water Wheel.-J. T. Case, Barkhamsted, Conn. 97,356.-Cut-Off for Brick Machines.-Cyrus Chambers Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Antedated Nov. 20,1869. 97,357. - Saw-Mill.-T. E. Chandler, Indianapolis, Ind. 97,358.Lamp Chimney.-E. S. Chase, Eau Claire, Wis. 97,359.-Neck Yoke.-G. P. Cole, Hudson, Mich. 97,360.-MuSIC Stand.-Edward Conley, Cincinnati, Ohio. 97,361.-Automatic Boiler Feeder.-Silas Cook, Magnolia, assignor to plmself and Henry Ford, Sioux City, Iowa. 97,362.-Weather Strip.-G. W. Cretors and Enos Hoover, Clinton county, Ind. 97,363.-Button.-A. P. Critchlow, Northampton, Mass. 97,364.Peanut Picker.-W. A. Crocker, Norfolk, Va. 97,365.-Mode of Producing White Lead.-J. G. Dale and Edward Milner, Warrington, England. 97,366.TwO-W ay Cocks.-D. F. Do dg e, Lowville, N. Y. 97,367.-Arbor or Fence Pos t.- J. P. D orman, G ales bu rg. Ill. Antedated Nov. 25, 1869. 97,36B.-Combined Rake, Weeder, and Smoother.-A. F. Duc!witz, New York city. 97,369.-Clothes Sprinkler.-S. G. Dugdale, Richmond, Ind. 97,370.-Support for Elliptic Springs.-Ellis Eves, Mill- vllle, Pa. 97,371.-Feed Water Heater.-John Fairclough, St. Joseph, Mo. 97,372.-Boiler Flue Cleaner.-John Fairclough, St. Joseph, Mo. 97,373.-Millstone Dress.-John Fairclollgh, St Joseph, Mo. 97,374.-Submarine Telegraph Calle.-M. G. Farmer, Salemy ass, assignoIto the American CompOnd Telegraph-Wire Company, NeW - ork city. 97,375.-Bedstead Frame.-J. N. Farnham (assignor to WovenWire Mattress Company), Bartford, Conn. 97,376.-Bench Clamp.0. L. Fenner, Rochester, N. Y. 97,377.-Cultivator.-James Ferguson, Huntley Grove, Ill.-97,378.-Road Grader.-E. L. Foreman (assignor to Edward Foreman), Rantonl, Ill. 97,379.-Egg Beater.-H. G. Fougen and A. C. Fongen, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 97,380.-Comblned Seeder, Roller, and Drag.-John V .' B. France, Boscobel, Wis. 97,381.-Hinge.-Louis Fruhinsfeld, Newark, N. J. 97,382.-Pump.-Aaron Fuller, Marietta, Ohio. 97,383.-Rotary Bell Head.-Samuel M. Fulton and Wm. M. Fulton, Pittsburgh, Pa. 97,384.-Feed Cutter.-Warren Gale, Peekskill, N. Y. 97,385.-Packer for Railway Car Springs.-Perry G.Gardiner, New York city. 97,386.-Bed Spring.-F. J. Gardner, Washington, N. C. 97,387.-Firebox.-Redman Gay,Richmond, Va. 97,388.Plow.-James R. Gilbert, Wootens, Ga. 97,389.-Steam Pump.- Walter W. Gilbert, New York city .- Antedated November 24, 1869. 97,390.-Mode of Constructing Water Pitchers and other Vessels.Kingston Goddard, RIchmond. N. Y. 97,391.-Colined Watch Key and Toothpick.-Henry E. Graham and Richard D. Child, Boston, Mass. Antedated November 24,1869. 97,392.-Insulator for Telegraph Wires.-W. D. Guse man and E. C. Bright, Morgantown, West Va. 97,393.-Sawing Machine.-E. R. Hall and Wm. H. Town,. SyraeuBe, N. Y. 97,394.-Grain Drill.-W. N. Hamilton, Odessa, Del. 97,395.-Co -bined Hay Rake, Thrasher, Loader, and Stacker.James R. Hammond, SedaliA, Mo. 97,396.-Lantern.-H. W. Harkness (assignor to himself and Andrew Turnbull), New Brttain. Conn. 97,397.-Paper File.-B. F. Herr, Livingston, Ala. 97,398.-Auger Handle.-George W. Herring, Bangor, Me. Antedated November 27, 1869. 97,399.-Instrulent for Pulling Weeds. - Daniel M Holmes, Watkins, N. Y. 97,400.-Sash Balance.-John Douglas Hopkins, London England. Patented in En/Iand, November 20,1869. 97,401.-Belly.band Fastener.-Charles H. Horne, Astoria, Oregon. 97,402.-Colined Stove and Water Heater.-Henry Howard, Springfield, Mass. Antedated November 20, 1869. 97,403.-Extension Crib and Bedstead.-Charles H. Hud eon,New Y.rk city. 97,404.-PaddI,e VReel'We Huffman, Oshkosh, v Yis. 97,405.-S'leam Cfndens-,.marles Hughes, Yng Flor De Cuba, Colen, Cuba. 97,406.-Condensem VaI,Ye.-Clmlles Hughes, Yng FloI De Cuba, Coien, Cuba. 97 '407.Railroad Car 'YlIeel.-LcWIS B. Hunt ' Leverett , Mass. , ,., , ,,-,-, 7,408. agon SImm.-.olll C . Johnson, Golconda, Ill. 97'4 09 . -lothes Line.P. C. Johnson (assignor to Mary , Al ohnson), Ce1.tral City. Colorado Tit. 97,410.-RaJI,way Cab Coupling.mm. C. Johnson (aSS1,n- 'or to himself and Aaron ,ol!ll,on), Fort MadIson, Iowa. 97 411.Velocipede.Willis I. Johnson, Spr1ngfield, Ill. 'Antedated Xove.mbcr.a7, 1869. 97 , 412.-vV Ether Strip.Josepll Johnson, Chicago, 111. 97,418.Churn.J 1eob Kiingensmith, W urr8U, Oh.o. 97'414Stove Dampeh.L. W. Langdon, Northampton, 'Mass., assignor to himself and Edwil R. Locke, Krene.N.H. 97 415.Device fob bindingSaw Gummer Bukp.s.Chas. 'R Lewis, Xorthncld, Vt. 97,416.Harrow.-- Samuel H. Lm. tan, Burrows, Intl. 97/117.-Ml'lalJ,rC Solution for Coating Iron and S'eel. , -M Alson A. Lothrop.Nepoeset, Mass. 47,418.-C o HBet. - llenrv Alexander Lyman, Cheapsicle, 'I.lndon, England, assignor to Thompson, Ifuodon . Co., :ew Yorl;: 97,419!PnTOuiLU'riic Printing Apparatus.L. J. Marcy, New port, JR. !. -.-y 97,420.-Oyster DrmdCe.-'l'homas F. M. hew, Port K orr1s, 97, 42 1.-V llociple.-Clules A. Maynard, St. Louis, Mo. 97,42n__Street Sprinkler.-R. Y. MoConnell and George 'pringle' KoclH'SteT h. Y. ,.,,. , -- -,T 97,423.- Sas1j. . -m. MeFarlan d , W1lliamsb urg, l :Y. 97*421.__Cotton Seed Planteh.Matthew McM.llianCaney, 97,A rl;: asuo; ping DK'icB for Seeding MacRlnes.-Damel 'E. :cSherry, Dayton, Uhio. 97,426.PrTting Type.Rufus S. MerrIll, Cmnbndge, Mass. . II TT , 97,427.- S.m 11100(.-11, \V . Montgomery and E. H. Votaw, Springfield, .ams. !7,428.-MoDb of Covering Ilastic Kolls.J oel Moulton, 1l0fol, MaRR. , , 07,429.-CoHn Harvester. Nelson .ewman, Springfield, 97,430.-'liench.Robert Nicholson, Pleasantville, Pa. \7,431.-S'ove Leg.Wm. R. Oatley, Hochester, N. Y. 97,432.Ma1d1awing Apparatus. George S. Ormsby, 97 483.-nail way Car 'heel.-,oshua T. Owen, PIIiIade I - i Fabrics.John O 97,4'M.Method of Weaving- Fabrics,Ohn Owens, 8al. ford, England. 97,43uN.Tuck-cHFasing Methanism Po Siiwing Ma- cmNES.-CIJalles Page, Boston, Mass. 97,43b.-Gage for Weather BoardiKg.-JoS. B. PedrIck, Co l umbus. Ind. 97,437.HY Tedder.J. G. Perry, Kingston, R I. 9 7 .438.HAy Teddek.-"J. G. Brry. Kino' ston, R. I. 97,43y.Composition for CleanJNMn,lstones.-G. :. Pettee , Detroit, Mich. 07,440.- Tultn-'ble.-J. L. PI.per, P.ttsburgh, Pa. 97,441.0 perating Grindstones.Ham11ton P ray, 8h aron, Conn. 97,448.Sailing VesBel for Storing aHl Transporting Petkolelm and Other Oils.-P. A. QUInan, Baltimorc, Md. 9',4l HolXr J'oE CUeckreinR.-David Reynolds, Rock-ford, 111. 97,444.Lifting Jack.-R. M. Reynolls, Oakville, 11ich. 97,445.Machine for Pul1izing Ores and Rock.V. B. Rverson, New York citv. 07,446.Seed Plan'jr.-J. M. Shaw, Water Valley, Miss. 97,447.-8EwrR.-John Silsby, Kcw York city. 97,448.Exterior Casing for Sewer, G as, and W ater Pu'Es.-.jo1m Silsby, New York elty. 97,Il1).House Hay lork.-:amnfI G. SImpson, MIll Creek, PaL 9,,450.Machine for Holling Metals... H. S .nger, Pit"burgh, Pa. 97,451.-Pl,a'1'l fon Blanks of Cultivator. Teeth.-W. H. Singer, Plttsburgh, Po. 97,452.-ClapIoaTld Gage___George Smith, Omaha, Nebras l a. 97,453.-Lamp 'I mer and ExtinguisheI.-C. P. Snow, Freeport, 111. 07,454.Dissolving Xy,oDlne foR Use in the Arts.- Danie1 8pill, Paradise Terrace, Hackney, Englflld. 97,455.BiTsTOCK.Augustus Stanley, New Britain, Conn. 'Antcdated NOY. 20, 1861. 97,456.-StealI Slide VaI,ve.-Monroe Stannard, Hartford, Conn. 97,457.Apparats- foR Generating and Carbureting Illuminating Gas.Amos Stevens, l itchburg, Mass., assignor to himself and II. C. Mahurin. 97,458.Elliptic Spring.W. A. Sweet, Syracuse, N. Y. 97,459.-Medical C pI poDnd. - A. Agnew Thomson, New-burg, Pa. 97,400. LTrus.--0. 0. Thw1n/, ]fartinsville, Ind. 97,46iO.-- ltump Ex'l'ract01 .--GAoJge 'V. Townsend, Gnlcs-burg, MiH. 97,462.-FIWit SJlcer.-F. C. Vilcrt. Hockanum, Conn. 97,463.Lamp Shade.Guslavus Wed (k'nd, PI'1a d e 1 Ph l' a, 97,464.DitcRin g Macrine.-.. W. Test on and M. r.'es_ t on, Windsor, 111. 97,465.Expanding Plow.A. W. W.lk.ns and s. t. Esk- ridge, Rome, Ga. 97,466.Watch-winding Attachment.G. h. W.lson (assignor to h. W. Dee MId LoUIS Dee), London, England. 97,467.Combined Planter and Cultivator.Thos. "ison, Gal'ton, England. 97,468.Bedstead Fast.Bning.-NI' eoI as Z'Jns " Evans-iHo, Ind. 97,469.Compound for Disinfrcting and Deodohizing.- H. G. Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.__________ reissues. 90,644.-Apparatus foR Genehattno and Carbureting Gas . -Iat e d June 1,1869 . reissue 3,748.-Cleavcland F. Dunderdale ' row York CIty. 90,li5C.-Guano Attachment fon Srep DrilI,s.-Dated Junc 1, 1869 ; reissnc 3,749.-J. f. Fisher, Orecnc Cstle ' Pa., and Daniel Breed, Washinghon, D. C, assignees of .J. F. Fi!h lR . 89,144.-Gang Plow.Dated April 20, 1860 ; reissne 3,750.-t. J. Hall, Bryan, I cxa s. 58,268.-Gate La'ch.-Dated Sept. 25,1866 ; reissue 3,751.- n. A. lceds, Stam1ord, Conn. 94,805.-Composi'ion of Liquids for TannilW. Dated sept. 14, 1869 ; reissue 8,7J2.Ira W oco, Wood stock, Vt. 90,24G.- P low .-rDma ted May 18, 1 869 ; reiss ue 8,7Gs'-H. B. Durfee, Decatur, Ill. 61,070.Manufacture of \hipstocks.-Dated Jannary 8 ' 1867 ; reissuc 3,7 5 4.-Liverns Hull, Charlestown, Mass. 34,178.-Clo'hes \mng::r.-Dated .lanuary 14, 1862 missue 3,755.-Metropolitan Vashing Machine Company, Mlddieficld. Conn , asmgnee of A. M BaIley and J. O. Couch. DESIGNS. 3,767. - Brush.-C. L. V. Baker, Hartford, Conn. 3,768.Fra U e of a Carding Machinr-e, C. Cleveland, Worcester, MaSA. 3,769.Tiade Mark.-ii. Fenn, Plymouth, Conn. 3,770.-Printers' '' ype.-Julius Herriet (assignor to D. W. Bruce), Kew York city. 3,771.Label.T. P. Leslie, Brooklyn, N. Y. 3,772.Safe.W. K. 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