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43d Congress, ) SENATE. ( Ex. Doc. 

1st Session. ) i No. 58. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 



THE YEA.R 1873. 



Febbuaey 2, 1874.— Onlered to lie on the table and be printed. 



WASHINGTON: 

aOTEEHMENT PEINTINa OFFICE. 
1874. 



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LETTER 







s 2-*f?^iiirj,-jji^-s|j ||- OF PATENTS, 



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United States Patent Office, 

Washington, D. C, January Sl-j 1874. 
Sitt : I have the honor herewith to submit my Annual Report for the year 1873. 
"Very respectfully, 

M. D. LEGGETT, 

ComnmsmKr of Patents. 
Hon. M. H. Caepentee, 

President pro tempore United States Senate. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



OP 



THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS 

FOR THE YE-A.R 1873. 



To the Senate and House of Representatives of 
the United States of America in Congress 
assembled : 

I submit the following as my Jinnual report 
for the year ending December 31, 1873, in 
compliance with section 9 of the patent act. 

1. Statement of moneys received, 

Amonnt recoived on apnlicatioiis for jMiteiits, reisanes, 
bxtonsioiLs, caveato, diaclaimers, appeaUi, and trade- 
marks 1626,170 00 

Amonnt received for copies of specifications, draw- 
ings, and other papers 67,171 32 

Amount received Tor recording assignments 9,850 45 

Total 703,191 77 

2. Statement of moneys expended. 

Amonnt paid for salaries $461, 277 99 

Amonnt paid for photolithographing current 

issues 38, 110 55 

Amount paid for illustrations for Oazette. . 44, 972 26 

Amonnt paid for photolithographing back 

issues 52,485 30 

Amount paid for contingent and miscellane- 
ous expenses, viz : 

Advertising 13,530 83 

Stationery 16,786 03 

Painting, glazing, varnishing, paper-hang- 
ing, etc 604 71 

Furniture, carpeting, etc 6, 165 19 

Fitting up cases in mo<lel rooms, carpenter's 

work, and repairing furniture 14, 018 80 

Plumbingand gas-fitting 812 65 

English patents and foreign periodicals 2, 448 50 

Work on report and indexes 1,670 00 

Kefunding money paid by mistake 1, 045 00 

Hardware 1,427 85 

Pay of temporary employes 25, 856 62 

Miscellaneous items, viz : Books for library, 
subscriptions to journals, freight, ice, 
washing towels, awnings, withdrawals, 
repairing carriage and harness, keeping 

horse, etc 19, 876 95 

94,333 13 

Total 691,178 98 

3. Statement of the balance in tJie Treasury of the United 

States on account of the patent fund. 

Amount to the credit of the patent fund, January 1, 

1873 .* 1704,111 42 

Amount of receipts during the year 1873 703, 191 77. 

Total 1,497,303 19 

From which deduct expenditures for the year 1873. . . 691, 178 98 

Balance January 1, 1874 806,124 21 

4. Statement of the business of the Office for the year 1873. 

Number of applications for patents during the year 
1873... 20,414 

Number of patents issued, including reissues and 
designs 12,864 



Number of applications for extension of patents. . . 373 

Number of patents extended 233 

Number of caveats filed during the year 3, 248 

Number of patents expired during the year 4, 482 

Number of patents allowed but not issued for want 

of final fee 2,783 

Number of applications for registering of trade- 
marks 534 

Number of trade-marks registered 492 

Of the patents granted there were to — 

Citizens of the United^States 12,371 

Subjects of Great Britain 341 

Subjects of France 64 

Subjects of other foreign governments 88 

12,864 

5. Number of patents issued by the United States Patent Office 
to residents of the different States and Territories from 
January 1, 1873, to December 31, 1873. 

[The proportion of patents to population is shown in last oolomn.] 



States, Slo. 




Alabama 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado Territory... 

Connecticut 

Dakota Territory 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho Territory 

Dlinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota , 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana Territory. . . 

Nebraska 

Nevada , 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey , 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island. 

South Carolina. 

Tennessee. 

Texas 

Utah Territory 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington Territory 

West Virginia, 

Wisconsin , 

Wyoming Territory 

Umted States Army 

United States Revenue-Marine Service 
For the United States at large 



43 

11 

251 

8 

622 

2 

40 

109 

8 

53 

1 

844 

311 

246 

75 

114 

96 

139 

191 

1,379 

356 

no 

55 

288 

3 

28 

19 

127 

614 

1 

2,826 

58 

832 

19 

1,639 

167 

25 

105 

109 

8 

87 

76 

6 

42 

217 

2 

8 

1 

12,371 



One to 
every — 



23.185 

44,042 
2,232 
4,983 
864 
7,090 
3,125 
1,208 

23,468 

22,341 

14,999 
3,009 
5,404 
4,854 
4,859 

11.590 
7,512 
4,510 
4,088 
1,057 
3,326 
3,997 

15,053 
5,975 
6,835 
4,393 
2,236 
2,506 
1,475 

91,874 
1,551 

18,472 
3,203 
4,785 
2,148 
1,301 

28,224 

11,986 
7,510 

10,848 
3.914 

16,120 
3.992 

10,541 
4,860 
4,559 
3,750 

*3,*ii6 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



6. Comparative statement of the huHnesa of the Office from 

1837 to 1873, inclusive. 



Year. 


Applioa- 


Caveats 


Patents 


CaHh 


Cosh 


uons. 


filed. 


isaned. 


received. 


expended. 


1837 






435 


129,289 08 


133.506 98 


1838 






520 


42,123 54 


37, 402 10 


1839 






425 


37,260 00 


34, 543 51 


1840 


765 


228 


473 


38, 056 51 


39, 020 67 


1841 


847 


312 


495 


40, 413 01 


52,666 87 


1849 


761 


391 


517 


36,505 68 


31,241 48 


1843 


819 


315 


531 


35,315 81 


30, 776 96 


1844 


1,045 


380 


502 


42,509 26 


36, 244 73 


1845 


1.246 


452 


502 


51.076 14 


39,395 65 


1846 


1,272 


448 


619 


50,264 16 


46, 158 71 


1847 


1,531 


553 


572 


153,111 19 


41, 878 35 


1848 


1,628 


607 


660 


67, 576 69 


58,905 84 


1849 


1,955 


595 


1,070 


80, 752 98 


77, 716 44 


1850 


2,193 


602 


995 


86,927 05 


80, 100 95 


1851 


2,258 


760 


869 


95, 738 61 


86, 916 93 


1858 


2,639 


996 


1,020 


112, 656 34 


95, 916 91 


1853 


2,673 


901 


958 


121, 527 45 


132,869 83 


1854 


3,324 


868 


1,902 


163, 789 84 


167, 146 32 


1855 


4,435 


906 


2.024 


216, 459 35 


179, 540 33 


1856 


4,960 


1.024 


2,502 


192,588 02 


199. 931 02 


1857 


4,771 


1,010 


3,910 


196, 138 01 


211, 582 09 


1858 


5,364 


934 


3,710 


903, 716 16 


193, 193 74 


1859 


6,225 


1,097 


4, .-OS 


245, 949 15 


210. 278 41 


1860 


7,653 


1,084 


4,819 


256, 352 59 


252,820 80 


1861 


4,643 


700 


3,340 


137.354 44 


221. 491 91 


1862 


5.038 


824 


3,521 


215,754 99 


182, 810 39 


1863 


6,014 


787 


4,170 


195. 593 29 


189,414 14 


1864 


6,932 


1,063 


5,020 


240, 919 98 


229, 868 00 


1865 


10.664 


1.937 


6. 616 


348,791 84 


274, 199 34 


1866 


15, 269 


2,723 


9,450 


495, 665 38 


361,724 28 


1867 


21, 276 


3,597 


13, 015 ' 


646, 581 92 


Q?Q, 263 32 


1868 


20,420 


3,705 


13,378 


681, 565 86 


628, 679 77 


1869 


19,271 


3,624 


13, 986 


693, 145 81 


486, 430 78 


1870 


19. 171 


3,273 


13,321 


669, 456 76 


557, 149 19 


1871 


19, 472 


3,360 


13.033 


678, 716 46 


560, 595 08 


1872 


18,846 


3,090 


13.590 


699, 726 39 


665,591 36 


1873 


20.414 


3,248 


13,864 


703, 191 77 


691, 178 98 



By the foregoing exhibit it will be seen 
that the entire receipts over the expenditures 
(luring the year 1873 were $12,012.79. Of 
the expenditures $52,485.03 was for photo- 
lithographing back issues, and $35,000 of the 
amount paid for salaries was for the tracing 
of back issues, making $87,485.03 of the ex- 
penditures which were no part of the proper 
current expenses of the year; and, adding 
the $12,012.79, makes the excess of receipts 
over the proper expenses of the Office for the 
year 1873, $99,497.82. 

It is proper further to state that the ex- 
penditure for photolithographing current is- 
sues, $38,110.55, is made an expense of the 
Patent Office during this year for the first 
time. Heretofore the appropriation for this 
work has been made to the Congressional 
Printer; consequently the expenditure has 
not before appeared in the accounts of the 
Commissioner of Patents. 

The expenditure in the reproduction of the 
drawings of the back issues of patents by the 
process of photolithography is, in my opinion, 
a very wise use of the public money ; and the 
amount appropriated for this purpose ought to 
be increased, that the work may be finished 
at an early day. This expenditure will in 
a few years all come back to the Treasury with 
considerable gain. When completed it wUl 



reduce the work of examining at least fifteen 
per cent., and the sales of the copies will 
ultimately more than cover the entire expense 
of their production. 

It will also be seen from the foregoing 
tables that the number of applications is 
somewhat larger than the preceding year, 
while the number of patents granted is a few 
less. The decrease in the number of patents 
arises partly from more thorough examina- 
tions, and partly from the fact that some ap- 
plications are not being prosecuted to issue, 
because of the disturbance in manufacturing 
caused by financial disturbances. 

The act approved July 8, 1870, known as 
the patent act, embraces all the law now in 
force pertaining to patents. An experience 
of three years and a half has shown that the 
law is defective in some particulars, and 
additional legislation seems necessary. 

The receipts of the Office amount to nearly 
three quarters of a million dollars annually, 
all of which is received in small amounts, 
from ten cents to fifty dollars. This requires 
the employment of a careful and competent 
financial clerk. No such officer is provided 
by law, and it has been customary to detail 
a clerk of class four for such purpose, and 
the Commissioner is responsible upon his 
bonds for the accuracy and integrity of such 
clerk. I would respectfully recommend that 
section four of said act be so amended as to 
provide for one less clerk of class four and 
for the appointment of a financial clerk, at 
a salary of two thousand dollars per annum, 
and require him to give bonds in the sum of 
five thousand dollars. 

The accumulation of models makes the 
question of room, wherein they can be de- 
posited, one of serious moment. In my last 
annual report I suggested such amendment 
of section fourteen as would authorize the 
Commissioner of Patents, in connection with 
the Examiners, to look over the various 
classes, and select such models of rejected 
applications and exi)ired patents as can 
safely be spared from the Office without in- 
terfering with the proper examination of ap- 
plications, and deposit the same for safe- 
keeping with such institutions of learning in 
various parts of the country as will obligate 
themselves to take good care of them, and 
hold them subject to the order of the Com- 
missioner of Patents. With such authority 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



IX 



conferred^upon the Commissioner, I am satis- 
fied that the present model gallery will be 
sufficient to retain the necessary models for 
many years to come. 

. Section 23 should be so amended as to re- 
quire the payment of the final fee in such 
time that the Office may be enabled to issue a 
patent within the six months required by law. 
It is now the custom, to a considerable extent, 
to deposit the fee, on the very last day of the 
six months, in some Government depository 
distant from Washington ; and notice is not 
received at the Office for many days, some- 
times weeks and months thereafter. Appli- 
cants claim that, having paid the fee within the 
six months in accordance with the demands 
of the law, they are entitled to their patents ; 
yet, as the Office received no information of 
the payment of such fee within the six months, 
it was impossible to issue a patent in accord- 
ance with the law. In this respect the first 
part of said section and the latter part are not 
in harmony. 

By section 25 persons taking out a patent 
in a foreign country previous to obtaining one 
in the United States, the patent obtained 
here must expire with the patent obtained 
abroad. By the laCws of several foreign states, 
the foreign patent may expire at the end of 
two, three, five years, etc. ; and under opera- 
tion of section 25 the American patent must 
expire at the same time. 

The fact that mere first importers of an in- 
vention may obtain a patent in several foreign 
states makes it necessary that, if an American 
inventor desires to get a foreign patent, he 
must do so before obtaining one here ; other- 
wise its publication here will enable persons 
abroad to patent it before the inventor can 
reach there with it. I see no good reason for 
this provision in our law. Either a citizen or 
an alien may obtain a patent here without 
getting one abroad at all ; if so, his patent is 
in force for seventeen years. I am at a loss to 
understand why it should be in force any less 
length of time because of his having obtained 
a foreign patent. I would suggest that this 
section be so amended as to make the duration 
of an American patent entirely independent 
of the duration of a foreign patent to the 
same person. It would be an act of justice 
that such an amendment be retroactive, so 
as to include all patents issued since July 8, 
1870. 

1 1 



Section 29 provides that, if required by the 
Oommissioner, models shall be filed in all 
caBes where the subject-matter of the inven- 
tion admits of representation by model. Ex- 
perience has clearly demonstrated that models 
should be demanded in all cases. An expert 
in a particular class may be able to compre- 
hend and clearly understand an invention 
from a well-written specification and good 
drawings ; but in the examination of applica- 
tions on appeal before the board of appeals, 
or the Commissioner, who have not the same 
familiarity with the special class that the ex- 
aminer may have, a model is generally found 
necessary for a clear and full understanding 
of an invention. When the case goes, as it 
may, before courts and juries, the necessity is 
still stronger. I would, therefore, recommend 
such amendment of this section as will make 
a model necessary in all cases where the in- 
vention can be represented by one. A mat- 
ter of so great importance should not be left 
to the discretion of the Commissioner. 

By the operation of the final clause in sec- 
tion 33, an assignee of the entire interest in a 
patent, who may desire to secure its reissue, 
must secure the signature and oath of the 
inventor to the application, provided the in - 
ventor is living. There seems to be no good 
reason for this provision, as no new matter 
can be introduced into a reissue, and the in- 
ventor having parted with his entire interest, 
there is no more reason for his signing the 
application than there would be in having 
any other disinterested person do so. Expe- 
rience shows, however, that inventors very 
often take advantage of this clause tx) exact 
large sums of money from assignees for the 
simple act of signing their names to applica- 
tions. The only end this clause seems to 
serve is to give assignors the right of extor- 
tion. The section should be amended so as 
to allow an assignee of the entire interest in 
a patent to apply for a reissue in his own 
name. 

Section 35 should be amended to corre- 
spond with the suggestions made on section 23. 

Section 36 provides for the recording in the 
Patent Office of assignments, yet under very 
many patents licenses to use the same and to 
manufacture under them are given all over the 
country, in nearly every city and town, and 
yet no record of the same is made in the Pat- 
ent Office. It is impossible for the Office 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



to give to an inquirer such an abstract of 
title as will enable bim to determine whether 
or not the patent is encumbered. This sec- 
tion can be amended so as to require licenses 
and shop-rights to be put in writing, and 
recorded the same as assignments. 

It is not unusual for two parties to join in an 
application and obtain a patent as joint inven- 
tors, when, in fact, one makes the invention 
and the other pays the expenses. Of course 
such a patent is utterly worthless, and, under 
the present law, cannot be corrected. I would 
therefore suggest that section 53 be so amended 
as to make the misjoinder of parties a ground 
for reissue, when the misjoinder has arisen by 
inadvertence, accident, or mistake, and with- 
out any fraudulent or deceptive intention. 

Section 71, authorizing the issue of patents 
for designs, opens the door for a vast amount 
of deception and firaiid upon the public. Pat- 
ents are granted under this section for mere 
changes of form, and by being stamped '^ pat- 
ented" the public are led tb believe that the 
functions of the thing patented are covered 
by the monopoly. 

As designs relate only to form and figure, 
1 would recommend that this section be so 
amended as to make designs registerable the 
same as trade-marks ; and that certificates of 
registration be issued instead of patents ; and 
that holders of certificates of registration be 
forbidden to use upon the articles covered by 
such certificates the word *' patented," or any 
other word calculated to lead the public to 
believe that the article is covered by a me- 
chanical patent. 

In my last two annual reports I have called 
attention to the necessity of a reorganization 
of the Patent Office. The present organiza- 
tion was adopted when the number of appli- 
cations for patents was only a few hundred 
per annum instead of twenty thousand, as at 
present, and when the value attached to pat- 
ents was almost nothing compared to that 
which they now assume. 

The inventive genius of our people has 
largely contributed to the enormous growth 
in the manufacturing interests of our country 
during the last twenty-five years. By as 
careful an inquiry as I have been able to 
make, without legal authority to obtain exact 
figures, I am satisfied that fully nine-tenths 
of all the capital invested in manufacturing 
in the United States is thus invested because 



of the security given to it by paten t-s. Very 
few men are willing to invest-their money in 
manufacturing, if, when they have established 
a market, and rendered their articles of man- 
ufacture popular, other establishments may 
be built up in their immediate vicinity, and 
compete with them in the market, and reap 
the advantages of their pioneer work. Con- 
sequently, manufacturers have sought pat- 
ents to cover the principal articles they man- 
ufacture, thus securing a specialty, that will 
be certain to give them a remunerative mar- 
ket. This fact has given to patents a largely- 
increased importance, and added much to 
their commercial value. 

It is the pretense of our patent system to 
give an inventor an instrument that shall, for 
a limited time, afford him full protection for 
all he has invented, and yet not permit him 
to monopolize the rights of the public, or of 
other inventors. A large majority of appli- 
cations for patents, embracing important and 
valuable improvements, are accompanied by 
descriptions, and by claims much broader 
than the inventions — so broad as to invade 
patents granted to others, and often to cover 
what is already well known, and has long been 
in public use. 

It is the duty of the Pat/Cnt Office, under 
the law, to ascertain just what is new and 
useful in the applicant's invention, and then 
to limit his description and claims to that of 
which he is really the first and meritorious 
inventor. A patent thus limited is the most 
valuable to the inventor, the least restrictive 
upon manufacturing and trade, and freest fiom 
annoyance to the public. 

In the infancy of our patent system the 
Commissioner was allowed two or three as- 
sistants, who were called Examiners. The 
custom was for the Examiners to make a 
careful, expert examination as to the question 
of novelty, and to suggest wherein the de- 
scription was erroneous, and the claim too 
broad or too narrow, and to report such ac- 
tion to the Commissioner, who reviewed their 
work, and granted patents or rejected the ap- 
plication, as seemed just and proper. 

As the work of the Office increased, so that 
the number of Examiners extended from two 
or three to over seventy, the review of the 
work of the Examiners, by the Commissioner, 
became an impossibility; hefice the Office, 
by the very necessities of its situation, has 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



XI 



fallen into the practice of sending an applica- 
tion to an jBxaminer in charge. of a class, who 
examines and determines upon the question 
as to whether a patent should issue or not, 
and either rejects or passes for issue without 
supervision. The result is that very many 
applications are hastily and carelessly exam- 
ined ; very many patents are issued every 
year for subject-matter not patentable; and 
applications are rejected upon which patents 
should be granted. Many patents are grant/Cd 
upon applications that contain valuable in- 
ventions, yet the descriptions have been so 
faulty, and the claims so carelessly drawn, as 
either to make the patent entirely worthless, 
or to make it exceedingly annoying and dam- 
aging to the public, from the fact that it is 
permitte<l to cover not only the applicant's 
invention, but very much that is well known 
and open to free use by the public. 

It is well known that complaints from many 
sections of the country, against our whole 
patent system, arise almost exclusively from 
patents that are improperly granted, because 
of the want of proper supervision in their 
examination ; and with so many persons ex- 
amining and passing applications for issue, it 
is an impossibility to establish anything like 
a uniformity of practice in the Office, or to 
get any such supervision as will attain what 
the law is intended to secure — that is, the 
rights of the inventor without infringing upon 
the rights of the public. 

The only remedy for the evil here pointed 
out is for such a reorganization of the Office 
as will secure supervision of the work of ex- 
amining. The Examiner's duty should be to 
examine and report to some superior officer, 
who should review his work and determine the 
question of patentability. The very fact that 
one's work is to be reviewed, and approved 
or disapproved, will secure thoroughness, 
when the absence of such supervision engen- 
ders haste and carelessness. 

The number of applications for patents 
averages seventy a day, and the number of 
patents issued something over forty a day. 
From this amount of work, it will readily be 
seen that the Commissioner cannot, as was 
originally intended, give personal attention to 
more than a very few applications for patents. 

The plan which I have suggested heretofore, 
aud which I again earnestly recommend, is 
the grouping of the one hundred and forty- 



five classes in the Patent Office into nine di\is- 
ions, each division to be presided over by a 
competent man to review the work of those 
under him. 

I am thoroughly satisfied that such an or- 
ganization would relieve the country of a 
large number of very annoying patents which 
should never be granted, and will secure to 
real inventors the products of their brain-work 
with much greater certainty than is now 
done. 

The reorganization suggested here, of 
course, would somewhat increase the expenses 
of the Patent Office, and in order to insure 
that the Office shall be self-sustaining it may 
become necessary to increase its revenues. 
This I think can be done without serious 
hardship to inventors, and with great advan- 
tage to the progress of invention and the con- 
venience of the public. 

Experience has shown that a very consider- 
able proportion of the patents granted are for 
inventions that really prove to be worthless 
in themselves. They need additional inven- 
tions and new adaptations before they possess 
any practical merit to commend them to pub- 
lic use ; consequently they lie dormant until 
some new inventor, possessing more practical 
knowledge of the subject-matter, makes the 
additional invention necessary, and the former 
invention becomes an element in the new in- 
vention, which is introduced into public use 
and becomes popular. When it is thus intro-^ 
duced, shrewd speculators frequently buy the 
old patent for a mere 4rifle and levy tribute 
upon the manufacturers aud users of a new 
article, in which the old invention is a mere 
sub-element. Thus we find that inventions, 
useless in themselves, are often hindrances in 
the way of the development of practical 
machinery ; ^either preventing such develop- 
ment, when it is known that they exist, or 
levying such tribute upon it, when recon- 
structed without such knowledge, as to prac- 
tically drive the useful machinery out of the 
market. 

I am convinced that it would be to the in- 
terest of inventors and the public, that hold- 
ers of patents should, at the expiration of six 
or seven years from the date of their patents, 
be required to pay into the Patent Office a sum 
of, say, twenty dollars, otherwise their patents 
to become void. This would probably sweep 
out of existence tuUy twenty-five per cent. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



or, perhaps, a larger proportion of all the 
patents granted, and would add sufficiently 
to the revenues of the Office to defray ita nec- 
essarily increasing expenses. This tax would 
not be onerous upon holders of patents pos- 
sessing, in themselves, any real merit, and 
would be beneficial in exterminating such as 
are without merit and stand in the way of sub- 
stantial and practical improvements. 

The expense, delay, and uncertainty of pat- 
ent litigation in the courts go far to diminish 
the value of patents, and to discourage meri- 
torious inventors. Experience has proven 
that when an inventor, by the exercise of 
his genius and skill, has developed a really 
valuable invention, it has usually taken nearly 
or quite one-half of the lifetime of his patent 
to demonstrate its importance and value to 
the public, and create a demand i'ov it. About 
the time such demand has been established, 
and a profitable market fairly opened, infring- 
ers have generally appeared and piratically 
seized upon the fruits of his genius and toil. 
It is true, the statute provides, nominally, a 
remedy against infringers by actions and suits 
in the United States circuit courts. He finds, 
however, most of the courts so thronged with 
business, and such a reluctance upon the part 
of most of the judges to touch patent cases, 
that he has presented to him but faint hope 
of securing a final judgment before the pat- 
ent shall have expired. The delay in reaching 
final decisions adds so greatly to the expenses 
of litigation that most inventors are compelled 
to abandon all hope of ever enjoying the ex- 
clusive use of the inventions which the Gov- 
ernment has attempted to guarantee to them. 

Very many meritorious inventions are appli- 
cable only in a small way, and adapted to 
light business, and will not warrant the ex- 
pense of litigation in the circuit courts, how- 
ever cerf-ain the result of such litigation might 
be. The dishonest are therefore encouraged 
to continue their piracy, and honest inventors 
are discouraged in their eflbrts to develop and 
perfect patentable improvements. 

The judges for these courts are selected be- 
cause of their legal learning and high judicial 
qualities, but to satisfactorily try cases grow- 
ing out of the infringement of patents there 
must be added to these very essential qualifi- 
cations a thorough knowledge of the applied 
sciences and the practical arts, a clear, exi)ort 
eiise of mechanical likes and nnlikes, of me- 



chanical equivalents and non-equivalents, to 
which many of our very best and most able 
jurists lay no claim. In fact our ablest judges 
are the most pronounced in their opinion that 
our present judicial tribunals are not adapted 
to the wants of patent litigation. 

To remedy these evils, and to provide a 
C/Omparatively inexpensive means of trying 
the validity of patents and of speedily enforc- 
ing the rights secured by them, I respectfully 
recommend that there be established at Wash- 
ington a court exclusively for the trial of pat- 
ent cases, to be composed of men eminent for 
their legal and judicial talents, and also dis- 
tinguished for their expert knowledge of the 
subjects presented in the trial of causes grow- 
ing out of patents. This court should be easy 
of access, always in session, and the pleadings 
simple and direct. Its findings of facts 
should be final; its rulings on law points 
might be reviewed, upon proi)er application, 
by the United States Supreme Court. 

Another reason for the establishment of a 
single court for the trial of patent causes is 
found in the fact that the same patent is often 
infringed in many different sections of the 
country, making it necessary, under the pres- 
ent system, for the owner of a patent to com- 
mence separate suits in all the difiTerent cir- 
cuits where the patent is infringed, and be at 
the expense of taking the same testimony in 
all these difterent courts to sustain the validity 
of his patent, thus increasing his expenses 
and multiplying the labor of the courts. 

Such a court could easily try all the patent 
cases arising in the country, and would enable 
the owners of patents to obtain final judg- 
ments in a less number of months than it now 
takes years, and at a mere fraction of the pres- 
ent expense. The value of meritorious pat- 
ents would be greatly enhanced, and invent- 
ors would receive more substantial remunera- 
tion and encouragement. 

The Patent Office Official Gazette is increas- 
ing in popularity from week to week. The 
promptness with which it furnishes the claims 
and abstractsofthedra wings of patentsissued, 
and also the decisions of the Commissioner of 
Patents in appeal cases, and of the United 
States Supreme Court and circuit courts, in 
the trial of patent causes, proves of very 
great aid to the examining corps, and also to 
inventors and niannfaeturers and all others 
interested in matters pertaininji* to this Office. 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. 



••• 
Xlll 



There is a very large demand for the con- 
densed illastrations of patents issued between 
the first day of July, 1869, when the old form 
of reports ceased, and the first day of January, 
1872, when the Gazette was established. It is 
very desirable that this gap should be bridged 
over by the publication of the drawings, sub- 
stantially in the same form as they are now 
published in the Official Gazette. The claims 
of the patents for that time have been printed 
and the stereotyped plates are still preserved ; 
hence, the expense of this work need not be 
very large. 

In the examination of applications for pat- 
ents in the Office and in answering inquiries 
as to particular patents that have been issued, 
it is necessary constantly to refer back to the 
Office records and the Patent-Office reports, 
from the time of their earliest publication. 
There being no general index of the patents 
issued, this becomes a work of very great 
labor, and is a fruitful source of mistakes and 
blunders. 

Mechanics, manufacturers, inventors, and 
attorneys outside of the Office, who constantly 
have occasion to ascertain what patents, when, 
and to whom, have been issued in the differ- 
ent departments of art, very few of whom 
have complete sets of the Patent-Office reports, 
and are now unable to complete such sets, find 
it impossible to get the information they de- 
sire except by addressing the Office. In view 
of these necessities, I have caused a general 
subject-matter index of all the patents issued 
since the establishment of the Office, and a 
general name-index of patentees, to be com- 
piled, and they are now ready for publication. 
When published ihey will be in very great 
demand among those interested in patents, 
and will be of great value to the Office, saving 
much labor and avoiding many disagreeable 
and harassing blunders. The subject-matter 
index, complete, can be published in two vol- 
umes. The name-index will require two ad- 
ditional volumes. 

I would respectfully recommend that these 
indexes be published as soon as possible, and 
that the Commissioner of Patents be author- 
ized to sell the same at a price that will cover 
the cost of their production. 

During the late International Exposition 
there was called at Vienna an international 
congress for the purpose of considering the 



subject of patents, with a view to such modi- 
fications of the patent laws of the various 
countries having such laws as would secure 
the rights of the inventors of one country 
against the piracy of their inventions in other 
countries, and to make the facilities of obtain- 
ing patents in one country by the citizens of 
another reciprocal among the nations. 

The President commissioned Hob^ J. M. 
Thacher, Assistant Commissioner of Patents, 
to represent the United States in t&at con- 
gress. When Mr. Thacher reached Vienna, 
however, the congress proved to be a mere 
unofficial convention of prominent citizens 
of the various European governments and 
a few from the United States. For this 
reason, I am iifformed, Mr. Thacher did not 
present his credentials, but, by invitation, 
participated to some extent in the conven- 
tion as a citizen of the United States. 

The discussions of the convention were of 
the greatest importance, and clearly developed 
the fact that the American patent system is 
rapidly becoming more and more popular in 
Europe ; and strenuous efforts are being made 
by prominent persons in nearly all the Euro- 
pean governments to secure such legislation 
at home as will assimilate their patent laws 
to ours. 

Mr. Thacher fully and clearly presented 
the American system, before the convention, 
pointing out its peculiarities and its results ; 
and the influence of his mission is evidently 
destined to do very much toward accomplish- 
ing the aim and desire of American inventors 
and manufacturers. As he has, however, 
made a full report to the Secretary of State, 
it is not proper, perhaps, that I should further 
enlarge upon the matter in this report. 

The business of the Office has been con- 
ducted with proper dispatch and the best care 
that can be hoped for with our present organ- 
ization, and all the classes and divisions are 
well up to date with the Office work. I take 
great pleasure in speaking in the highest 
terms of the capability and efficiency of nearly 
all the officers, clerks, and other employes of 
the Bureau. A large amount of over- work 
has been done during the year without com- 
plaint or demand for extra pay. 

IlespecjtfuUy submitted : -^ 

M. D. LEGGETT, 

Commmioiicr of Patents, 



ajl,:pi3:ajjbwticajl, list 



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PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1873. 

[Claims and drawings of Desij^ns, Extensions, and Disclainitrs are not carried into tlie Monthly Volumc» or the Gazette.] 
[Trade-marks are in a separate index.] 



a 



144,724 
145. 323 
138.309 

133,322 
142, 547 
142,976 
135,056 
139.848 
134. 964 
141,098 

138,978 
13?*, 979 
13i?,832 

141,300 
139, 751 
141,908 
135,057 
135, 305 
143,603 

135, 616 



137,120 
142,428 
135, 306 
139, 752 
144,302 
144. 303 
141,193 
135, 744 



144, 179 

5, 464 
136,402 

136.634 

138, 833 

139, 349 

142. 883 
144,301 

140,331 
143,111 
138. 834 
143, 052 

144, 304 
144,013 
145. 324 
145.268 
141,909 

135,395 
141,305 

141,686 
139. 101 
140,396 

145, 980 

5,610 

5,611 
5,613 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Abbiati,E., New York.N. Y. Track-clearer 

Abbott, A. A., Chicajro, 111. Sleigh 

Abbott^ E. L,. and S. T. Gibson, South Bend, Indiana. Table-leaf support 

Abbott, J. (See Hammond. Adler Sc Abbott.) 

Abbott, J., Canton, Ohio. Iron front for st'Oue piers 

Abbott, J. D., assignor to A. W. Smith, Manchester, N. H. Sectioiial horseshoe 

AblHjt.t, J. K., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sectional steam-boiler 

Abbott, J. P., Cleveland, Ohio. Eaves-tiough hanger 

Abbott, N. B., Brooklyn. N. Y. Composition pavement .*k , 

Abbott, T., Blackburn, Great Britain. Machine for sizing yarn 

A heel. F. H.. New York, N. Y. Dumi)ing-truck 

Abel. G. {See Pe<lder Sc Abel.) 

Abell, J., Woodbridge, Canada. Adjustable chute for turbine water-wheels 

Abell. J., AVoodbridge, and A. 13. Cole, Toronto, Canada. Wat-er-wheel 

Abraham, G. F., assignor to self and D. Claridge, Baltimore, Md. Marine-safe 

Abrahams, L B. {See Lyons Sc x\brahams.) 

Abrams, J. R-. Greenville, Ala. Grave-covering 

Absterdam, J., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of steel , 

Ackerman, W.. Flint Mich. Boot-heel screw , 

Ackerman, C. W., Pekln.. III. Apparatus for filtering and rectifying spirits , 

Ackley, J. S.. and D. S. Ranney, Modus, Conn. Tobacco-topper 

Ackroyd, J. E , Cheater, Pa. Apparatus for cleansing dyed wool, &.c , 

Ackroyd, R. (See Cockcroft & Ackroyd.) 

Ackroyd, K., Philadelphia, and W. Cockcroft, Chester, Pa. Drawing mechanism for 

spinning-frames 

Acme Mower and Reaper Company. (See Yost, G. W. N., assignor.) 

Adair, I. V., Romulus, i^. Y. Post-Driver 

Adametz, A , New York, N. Y. Process for preserving beer 

Adams, A., Sandwich, III. Corn-shellcr 

Same Draft-hook for cultivators 

Adams, A. C, Cambridge, Mass. Stocking-supporter 

Same same 

Adams, A. M., Sacramento, Cal. Combined lat<^h and lock 

Adams, C. W., Wheeling, W. Va. Tug-buckle for harness 

Adams, D. {See Hearne &. Adams.) 

Adams, F., Somerville, Mass. Copper cylinder (Extension) . . 

Adams, F. F. (See Lovell, M. N., assignor.) 
Adams, H. {Se^ Deitzler, M., assignor.) 

Adams, H. A.. Sandwich, 111. Harvester 

Adams. H. P., Cle veland, Ohio. Butter-package (Reissue) . , 

Same Splice for railway-rails 

Adams, H. R. {See Adams, J. Q. and H. R.) 

Adams, I., jr., Bost4)n, Mass. Niekel-platin*; 

Adams, J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Lid for jelly-glasses 

Adams, J.. Newark, Ohio, assignor to self and O. H. Frenier, Granville, Ohio. Wash- 
boiler 

Adams, J., Gloucester, N. J. Life-boat 

Adams, J. F., Lexington, Ky. Hemp- brake 

Adams, J. M., Canton, Mass. Weeding-h<»e (Extension) . . 

Adams, J. P., Ipswich, Mass. Hair-spring stud for watches 

Adams, J. Q. and H. R., Marseilles. 111. Wind-mill 

Adams, J. K., Sacramento, Cal. Railwa3'-switch 

Adaras, J. R., Oakland, Cal. Flexible vertically -extensible attachment for boats 

Adams, J. S., et al. {See McGee. S., assignor.) 

Adams, J. W., Rockville, lud. Portable stall for horses 

Adams, L., Mattoon, 111. Railway-car brake 

Adams, L., Mason City, III. Bee-hive 

Adams, N., Alt^wna, Pa. Hand- truck 

Adams, O., Black Hawk, Colo. Reversible rotary steam-engine 

Adams, P. J. {See Wate, S. N.. jr., assignor.) 

Adams, R., East Enterprise, Ind. Fire-kindler 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 



Apr. 
' Sept. 
I Sept. 
I Jan. 
! June 
I Jan. 

1 July 



29.1873 
9,1873 
23, 1873 
21,1873 
17. 1873 
21, 1873 
22, 1&73 



May 20, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
May 13,1873 

Nov. 4,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Oct. 14,1873 



Feb. 11,1873 



Mar. 
i Sept. 
I Jan. 

June 
i Nov. 

Nov. 

July 
i Felj. 



25, 1873 

2,1873 

28, 1873 

10, 1873 

4, 1873 

4, 1873 

29, 1873 

11, 1873 



Aug. 2, 1873 ' 



1 Nov. 4, 1873 
I June 24, 1873 
\ Mar. 4, ls73 

Mar. 11,1873 
1 May 13, 1873 



May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

June 

Sept. 

May 

Sept 



27, 1873 
16, 1873 
4. 1873 
18, 1873 
24, 1873 
23.1873 
13, lHT,i 
23, 1873 



Adams, S. M., assignor of one-third interest to J. Johnston, New York, N. Y. Process of 

ornamenting glass 

Adams, T., Jerst^y Cit^y. N. J. Feed4»ag for horses 

Adams, W. W., Rocktord, 111. Bureau and ironing-table combi ned 

Adaroson, J. H., Auburn, zVustralia, assignor to W. and M. S. Taylor, Alameda,Cal. Com- 
bined harvester and thrasher 

Adamson, J. 11., San Francisco, Cal. Rotary-winnower 

Adamson, W. {See Simonin, C. F. A., assignor.) 

Adamson, W., and C. F. A. Simonin, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to W. Adamson. Treat- 
ing offal, flesh, entrails, &c., for preservation, manure, &,c. - (Reissue) . . 

Same Drying offal, entrails, flesh, &c., for preservation, manure. Sec . (Reissue) . . 

Same Mannre from offal, flejh, &o 44 4 4 (Reissue) . . 



Nov. 4,1873 
Oct 28,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Feb. 4, 1873 

July 29, 1873 
AuL'. 12,1873 
May 20, 1873 

July 1,1873 
Doe. 30, 1873 



Oct 21,1873 
Oct 21,1873 

Oct 2i,ierj 



a 

o 
"^ 

s 



479 
263 



Official 
Gazette. 



tc 



2 



163 

88 



975 306 



889 


281 


211 


69 


585 


199 


5^6 


170 


387 


121 


1.39 


141 


696 


234 


467 


147 


468 


147 


336 


104 


106 


.36 


295 




468 


153 


526 


170 


756 


244 


191 


64 


221 


69 


701 


232 


93 


31 


7.')6 


244 


297 


91 


107 


30 


108 


36 


797 


2ol 


330 


106 


i 


1 


838 


266 


• 44 


16 


265 




337 


104 


811 


259 


499 


170 


107 


36 


735 


232 


69<» 


239 


338 


104 


652 


223 


108 


37 


598 


198 


264 


88 


213 


73 


469 


153 


1 


I 


%3 




259 


83 


577 


Ibl 


50 


17,18 


874 


283 


516 




517 




517 





s 



4 

3 

3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 



p4 



540 
619 

478 

471 

271 

322 

77 

663 

71 

93 



3 


559 


3 


559 


3 


535 


4 


487 


3 


G48 


4 


190 


3 


77 


3 


108 


4 


404 


3 


157 


3 


331 


4 


250 


3 


108 


3 


648 


4 


487 


4 


487 


4 


109 


3 


165 


4 


85 


4 


478 


. 3 


708 


3 


249 


3 


276 


3 


535 


3 


594 


4 


305 


4 


487 


4 


401 


3 


700 


4 


331 


3 


535 


4 


327 


4 


487 


4 


457 


4 


619 


4 


615 


4 


190 


3 


128 


4 


118 


4 


164 


3 


568 


4 


12 


4 


702 


4 


440 


4 


440 


4 


440 



^LI>E[i^BETIO^L LIST 



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PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1873. 

[Claims and drawings of Designs, Extensions, and Disclaimers are not carried into tbe Monthly Volamcs or the Gazette.] 
[Trade-marks are in a separate index.] 




144,724 
145, 333 
138,309 

1.13,222 
14-2, 547 
142,976 
1:J5. 056 
139, 848 
134. 964 
141,098 

138, 978 
1.3H, 979 

138, 832 

141,300 

139, 751 
141,908 
135, 057 
135, 305 
143, 603 

135, 616 



137,120 
142, 428 
135, 306 
139, 752 
144, 302 
144, 303 
141, 193 
135, 744 



144, 179 

.\ 464 

136,402 

136.634 

138, 8:i3 

139, 349 

142, 8a3 
144,301 

140, 231 

143, 111 
138, a34 
143, 052 

144,304 
144,013 
145,324 
145,268 
141, 909 

1:J5, 395 
141, 305 

141,686 
139, 101 
140, 396 

145,980 

5,610 

5,611 
5,612 



for 



Abbiati, E., New York, N. Y. Track-clearer 

Abbott, A. A., Chlcajro, 111. Sleigh 

Abbott, E. L.. and S. T. Gibson, South Bend, Indiana. Table-leaf support 

Abbott, J. {See Hammond. Adler & Abbott.) 

Abbott, J., Canton, Ohio. Iron front for stone piers 

Abbott, J. D., assignor to A. W. Smith, Manchester, N. H. Suctiohal horsjeahoo 

Ablwtt, J. K., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sectional steam-boiler 

Abbott, J. P., Cleveland, Ohio. Eaves-trough hanger 

Abbott, N. B., Brooklyn. N. Y. Composition pavement .-% 

Abbott, T., Blackburn, Great Britain. Machine for sizing yarn 

Abeel, F. H., New York, N. Y. Dumping-truck 

Abel, G. {See Pedder & Abel.) 

Abell, J., Woodbridge, Canada. Adjustable chute for turbine water-wheels 

Abell, J., AVoodbrid^e, and A. I). Cole. Toronto, Canada. Water-wheel 

Abraham, G. F., assignor to self and D. Claridge, Baltimore, Md. Marine-safe 

Abrahams, L B. (See Lyons &. Abrahams.) 

Abrams. J. R., Greenville, Ala. Grave-covering 

Absterdam, J., New York. N. Y. Manufacture of steel 

Ackermau, W., Flint, Mich. Boot-heel screw 

Ackerman, C. W., Pekin., 111. Apparatus for filtering and rectifying spirits 

Ackley, J. S., and D. S. Ranney, Modus, Conn. Tobacco-topper 

Ackro'yd, J. E , Chester, Pa. Apparatus for cleansing dyed wool, &c 

Ackroyd, R. {See Cockcroft & Ackroyd.) 

Ackroyd, R., Philadelphia, and W. Coclccroft, Chester, Pa. Drawing mechanism 

spinning-frames 

Acme Mower and Reaper Company. (See Yost, G. "W. N., assignor.) 

Adair, I. V., Romulus, N. Y. Postnlriver 

Adametz, A , New York. N. Y. Process for preserving beer 

Adam.H, A., Sandwich, 111. Corn-sheller 

Same Draft-hook for cultivators 

Adams, A. C, Cambridge, Mass. Stocking-supporter 

Same same , 

Adams, A. M., Sacramento, Cal. Combined latch and lock , 

Adams, C. W.. Wheeling, W. Va. Tug-buckle for harness 

Adams, D. (See Hearne &, Adams.) 

Adams, F., Somervillo, Mass. Copper cylinder (Extension) , 

Adams, F. F. (See Covell, M. N., assignor.) 
Adams, H. (See Dcitzler, M., assignor.) 

Adams, H. A., Sandwich, 111. Harvester 

Adams, H. P., Cle veland, Ohio. Butter-package (Reissue) , 

Same Splice for railway-rails 

Adams, H. R. (See Adams, J. Q. and H. R.) 

Adams, I., jr., Boston, Mass. Nickel-plat in*; , 

Adams, J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Lid for jelly-glasses , 

Adams, J., Newark, Ohio, assignor to self and O. H. Frenier, Granville, Ohio. Wash 

boiler 

Adams, J., Gloucester, N. J. Life-boat 

Adams, J. F., Lexington. Ky. Hemp-brake 

Adams. J. M., Canton, Mass. Weeding-hoe (Extension) . 

Adams, J. P., Ipswich, Mass. Hair-spring stud for watches 

Adams, J. Q. and H. R., Marseilles, 111. Windmill 

Adams, J. K., S.icramcnto, Cal. Railway -switch 

Adams, J. R., Oakland, Cal. Flexible vertically-extensible attachment for boats 

Adams, J. S.. et al. (See McGee. S., assignor.) 

Adams. J. W., Rockvillo, Ind. Portable stall for horses 

Adams, L., Mattoon. III. Railway-car brake 

Adams, L., Mason City, 111. Bee-hive 

Adams, N., Altoona. Pa. Hand-truck. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Mar. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

June 

Nov. 

Nov. 

July 

FeO. 



25, 1873 

2, 1873 

28, 1873 

10, 1873 

4, 1873 

4, 1873 

29, 1873 

11,1873 



Aug. 2,1873 



Nov. 4, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Mar. 4, 1573 

Mar. 1I,1S73 
May 13, 1873 



May 27, 
Sept. 16, 
Nov. 4, 
Oct. 18, 
June 24, 
Sept 23. 
Mav 13, 
Sept. 23, 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 



Adams, O., Black Hawk, Colo. Reversible rotary steam-engine 

Adams, P. J. (Se^ Wate, S. N., jr., assignor.) 

Adams, R., East Enterprise. Ind. Fire-klndler 

Adams, S. M., assignor of one-tliird interest to J. Johnston, New York, N. Y. Process of 
ornamenting glass 

Adams, T., Jersey City, N. J. Feed»l)ag for bors^ 

Adams, W. W., Rockfbrd, 111. Bureau ami ironing- table combined 

Adamson, J. H., Auburn, Australia, assignor to W. and M. S. Taylor, Alame<la,Cal. Com- 
bined harvester and thrasher 

Adumson, J. H., San Francisco, Cal. Rotary-winnower 

Adamson, W. (See Simonin, C. F. A., assignor.) 

Adamson, W., and C. F. A. Simonin, Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to W. Adamson. Treat- 
ing offal, flesh, entrails. &.C., for preservation, manure, &c. . (Reissue) . . 

Same Drying otfal, entrails, flesh, &c., for preservation, manure, &.c . (Reissue) . . 

Same Manure from oflal, flesh, &o * 4 (Reissue) . . 



Nov. 4, 1873 1 
Oct. 28, 1873 I 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 I 
Aug. 19. 1873 

Feb. 4, 1873 I 

July 29, 1873 
An jr. 12, 1873 i 
May 20, 1873 

July 1,1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 



Oct. 21,1873 
Oct. 21,1873 
Owt 21,1873 



«3 



479 
26:3 
975 

889 
211 
585 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec. 9. 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Sept. 9,1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
June 17, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
July 22, 1873 

May 20,1873 
May 20, 1873 
May 13,1873 

Nov. 4,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Oct. 14,1873 



Fob. 11, 1873 i 221 



467 
468 
336 



265 
337 

811 
499 
107 

7.35' 
696 
338 
652 



50 

874 



163 

88 
306 



Official 
Gazette. 



.36 



104 



232 

239 
104 



17,18 
283 



540 
619 

478 



3 157 

331 
250 

108 
648 
487 
487 
109 
165 

85 



478 
708 
249 

276 
535 



3 128 

118 
164 
568 



440 
440 
440 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphahetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Coutiouod. 



Na 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



135, 745 
142,756 

145, fiO? 

139, 645 
138. Ill 
140, 450 
145, «J6 
142, 071 

137, 400 
139,526 
142, 757 



111,977 

143, 486 
i:n, 279 
139,286 
142, HH 

5,430 

144, 491 

143,604 
143,112 
136,635 

145, 269 
137, 618 
136, 198 
136, 199 
139, 102 
140,232 
139,990 



139, 849 

145, 827 

5,261 



139,850 

137, 872 
137, 873 
141.532 
137, 121 
139, 699 
5,648 

138, 356 
6,970 



145, 475 
139, 10^3 



Adderley, J. "W. (See Warren & Addorlcy.) 

Addy, C. J., asaignor of oue-balt' interest to J. R. Folsom, liostou, Maas. Heel-trimming 

machine ^..:* .• 

Addy, C. T., Boston, Mass. Machine for trimming and burnishing the edges of boots 

and shoes 

Adler, J. (See Meyers, L., assignor.) 

Adler, L., Baltimore, Md. Manufacture of bitartrate of iK>t»is8a 

Adlcr, M. (See Hammond, Adh>r & Abbott.) 

Adney, J. D., Chicago, 111. Cotlee-stfH'por . ■; 

Adriaans, J. H., Washingtou, U. C. Dumping-wagon , 

Affleck, A. H., Marshallvillo, Gn. Piano tuuing-k»\v 

Agar, n., Batavia, N. Y. Whifliotreo ' 

Agresta, A. i'., New York, and A, Mcucci, Clifton, N. Y. Sauce for food 

Ahl, D., Newville. Pa. Surgical instrumout (Extension). 

Ahreud, H., Newark, N.J. Guard tor door-knobs 

Same Bag-lock 

Ahrens, B., and D. Gerhanl, Heading, Pa. Car-axlo 

Aiken, A. J. (See Jordan, W. A., assignor.) 

Same {See McClintock & Cumberland, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Aiken, F. H., Franklin, N. H. Machine for pointing win^ — 

Same same i 

Aiken, H., Philadelphia, Pa. Alloy for producing ornamental coatings on metals 

Aiken, H. V., Gibsonburgh, Pa. Lubricator ' 

Aikeu, J. B., Franklin, N. H. Portfolio-holder 

Aiken, J. W., Philadelphia, Pa., and J. H. Stone, IlamilUm, Canada, assignors by mesne 

assignments to F. Crane, Bloom field, N. J. Fur-sot box (Reissue) . 

Ain6e, N. U., New York, N. Y. Stilt 

Ainsworth, D. H. (See McClnre & Ainsworth.) i 

Ainsworth, E., Wilmington, Dt»l. Belt-clsmp ' 

Aiu 4Worth, L. E., East Bolton, Canada. Fire-escape 

Aird, A. and J., Troy, N. Y. Rotating-hooks for sewing-machines 

Aird, J. (See Aird, A. and J.) 

Akeroyd, A., Manchester, N. H. Designers' paper 

Akers, W. R., and J. E. Johnson, Malcolm, Iowa. Heating stove 

Aland, S., Rome, N. Y. Journal-box 

Albee, J., Chelsea, Mass. Water-closet 

Alberger, J. L., Buffalo, N. Y. Steam-condenser 

Same same - 

Albert, C. F., Philadelphia, Pa, Needle-setter and threader for st'wing-machiues 

Albert Field Tack Company. (See Lowe, J., assignor.) 

Same (See Starks, G., asfignor.) 

Albcrtson, J. M., New London, Conn. Baling- press 

Albin, J. P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Apparatus for bending coffin-sides 

Albrecht, H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor by mesue assignments to American Machine 

Company. Clothes- wringer ' (Reissue).. 

Albrecht, H. (See Corbin & Albrecht.) 

Albrecht, O., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-coupling 

Albright, A. (See Holmes, K. W., assignor) (Keissue ) 

Albright, A., Newark, N. J. Vulcanizing rubbcrcoat^'d artich's 

Same Manufacture of rubber-coated harness-trimmings 

Albro, G.. Columbus, Pa Fence 

Alcorn, W. H., West Hoboken,N. J. Child's swing 

Alcott, T. J., Mount Holly. N. J. Water-wheel 

Alden, C, Newburgh, N. Y. Process and apparatus for preserving animal and vegeta- 
ble substances (Reissue) . . 

Alden, H. A., Matteawan, N. Y. Billiard-cushion 

Alden, J. B., Worcester, Mass. Carnet (Design) . . 

Alden, J. M., administrator. (See Alden, M) (Extension.) 

Alden, M., deceased, by J. M. Alden, administrator. Auburn, N. Y. Cultivator. (Exten- 
sion) 

Aldrich, E. D., Pittsfield, Mass. Scythe-holder for rag-cutters 

Aldrich. W., Dayton, Ohio. St«am-pump 

Alexander, C. D., et al. (See Wiley, E., assignor.) 

Alexander, C. W. (See Russell, A., assignor.) 

136. 354 Alexander, E. H., New York, N. Y. Braider for sewing-machines . 

136. 355 Same Braiding-attachment for sewing-machines 

140, 233 Same Attachment for sewing-machines 

Alexander, F. M., administratrix. (See Alexander, J. B.) 
135, 874 Alexander, J., Gartsherrie, Scotland. Coal-mining machinery 
144, 379 Alexander, J. B., deceased, by F. M. Alexander, administratrix, Washington, D. C. 

way^witch 

140, 336 Alexander, J. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Tool for working in leather 

135, 460 Alexander, M. H., Newark, N. J. Wood pavement 

144, 492 Alexander, T. J., Westerville, Ohio. Wagon-seat 

137,280 Algeo, C. C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sash-holder 

136, 803 Algeo, R. J., assignor of one-half interest to A. U. NobU* and B. Cleenewerck, Kalamazoo, 

Mich. Staple-socket for hames 

136, 804 Algeo, R. J., Kalamazoo, Mich. Horse-collar cap 

137, 335 Alger, S. B., Oswego, N. Y. Friction-clutch 

145, 270 Alloeo, J., Squaw Grove, HI. Harness-buckle 

Allen, A. E., et al. (See Etchell, S. W., assignor.) 

138, 357 Allen, A. H., Boston, Mass. Method of perfecting veneers 

141, 910 Allen, B. F., Boston, Mass. Fish-hooks 

142,659 Allen, C. B., Philailelphia, Pa. Piston 

Allen, C. G. (See Lufkin & Allen.) 

136, 403 Allen, C. H., Saint Louis, Mo. Guard for harness-hames — 

143, 950 Same Axle-box for vehicles 

136, 805 Allen, C. L., Flat Rock, assignor to J. L. Hood, Grafton, E. Armstrong, and H. C. Hood, 
A sh, Mich. Clover-separator 

Allen, D. B., et al. (See Ross. L. E., assignor.) 

141. 744 Allen, D. C, Concord, N. H. Cutter-head 

138,980 Allen, E., assignor to Allen Manufacturing Company, Norwich, Cunn. Friction-clutch 

142.606 Same Feed-box for envelope machines 

142. 607 Same Inking apparatus for rotary piinting-presses 

Allen, E. C, Le Roy, N. x. Corn-planter (Extension) . 



Feb. 11,1873 
Sept' 16, lerj 
Dec. 16, 18r3 



June 

Apr. 

July 

Dec. 

Aug. 

May 

Apr. 

June 

Sept. 



10, 1873 

22,1873 

1,1873 

23,1873 

26. 1873 

17, 1873 

1,1873 

3, 1873 

16, 1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 
Oct. 7. 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Mav 27,18^3 
Sept. :6, 1873 

June 3, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1&73 

Dec. 9, 1873 
Apr. 15. 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
June 17, 18. 3 



June 17, 1873 
Dec. 23,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 

Juuel7, 1 73 

Apr. l.-i, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



May 10,1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
May 20, 1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
June 24, 1873 



i 

Xtl 



331 
399 
516 



ti' 



Official 
Gazette. 



106 
135 



191 


63 


768 


241 


88 


31 


713 


234 


629 




107 


35 


70 


24 


400 


135 


519 


172 


75 


25 


1 




765 


242 


499 


171 


176 


58 


277 


93 


192 


65 


698 


239 


266 


89 


213 


73 


500 


l.^ 



753 
578 
735 
501 



360 
1,013 



397 

579 



Feb. 18,1873 463 

Nov. 11,1873 
July 1, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Mar. 4.1873 
Oct 28.1873 



737 



Mar. 18, 1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 
Sept 9,1873 
Nov. 8,1873 



418 

303 
468 
260 
261 



> 



139 



319 I 
154 I 
101 



I 



3 
3 
4 
4 



4 
4 

3 
3 
4 

3 
4 

4 
4 
3 



165 

296 

651 

640 

45.3 

15 

679 



4 I 213 
3 527 
3 365 
3 614 
296 



194 
387 
.357 
590 
305 

623 
512 

405 
331 
276 



663 
679 



190 



4 


505 


4 


8 


3 


132 


4 


512 


3 


357 


3 


297 


3 


297 


3 


361 


4 


615 


3 


481 


4 


,190 


4 


•27g* 


3 


249 


4 


452 


3 


297 


4 


168 


3 


559 


4 


275 


4 


275 


4 


504 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphabetical list of patentees far the year 1873 — Continaed. 



No. 



Kanio, rcsideuco, and invention. 



138,779 
143,653 



144,820 
i:W,223 
141,617 
139,991 
144, 94-2 
139,350 

144, 647 

139, 2S6 
140,568 
137,163 
142,660 

144, 725 
135, 746 



.^255 
139,700 



139, 753 
140, 666 
144, tfSl 
135, 461 



137,587 

137, 646 
138,358 
146. 039 
137, 045 

145,775 
142, 548 
134, 831 

140, 337 

141,978 
141,745 
141, 979 

139,287 
141, 847 

5,412 



138, 112 



134, 504 

143, 397 
139, 351 
145,380 

139,227 



142,137 
145. 546 
140, 234 

137, 336 
134,623 
140, 451 
145,828 
138,465 

144. 305 

144. 306 



Allen, E.P., et aL {SeeMcCoj. E., aesi^or.) 

Allen, F. E., Keene, N. H., and S. G. Hall, Winchendon, Mass. Watch-key 

Allen, F. E., and S. G. Hall, Keene, N. H. Watoli-key 

Allen, G. (See Wheeler & Wakefield, aRflignors.) 

Allen, H. N. (See Tisdale, Putnam & Allen.) 

Allen, I. S., M. P. Browen, and C. W. Moultlirop. San Francisco, Cal. Steam-plow 

Allen, J. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Frame for window-awnings 

Allen, J. G., Philadelphia, Pa. Ventilating railroad-cars 

Alien, J. N., Providence, R. I. Button *. 

Same Stop-nozzle for hose-pipes 

Allen, L. H., Farmington, N. H. Cutter for sewing-machines 

Allen Manufacturing Company. (See Allen, E., assignor.) 

Allen, N. I., and K. S. Stimpson, Milford, Mass. Loom-temple 

Allen, N. W. (See Newcorab, W., assignor.) 

Allen, R. N., Pittsford, Vt. Railway car-axle 

Same Railway-car journal-box 

Allen, R- T. P., Farnidale, Ky. Rotary valve and variable cut-ofl' 

Same Steam-engine 

Allen, W. (See Stewart. C., assignor.) 

Allen, W., Worcester, Mass. Lawn-mower 

Allen, W. B., Winona, Minn. Grain -separator 

Alleuder, J., deceased, by W. Belcher, administrator. New London, Ct. Wringing-ma- 

chine (Extension) . . 

AUenwood, J. M., Timbuctoo, Cal., assignor to R. R. and J. Craig. Ore-washing appa- 
ratus for hvdraulic mining (Reissue) . . 

Allerton, G. W., and Z. M. Powers, Robinson, 111. Presser-lbot for sewing-machines 

AUes, H. (See Hoerin«f &, Alles.) 

Alley, J. P. (See Blacklidge, W. G,, assignor.) 



Date. 



Allgaicr, J., Pbiladelphia, Pa. Coach or carnage 



Same same . 

AUln, J., Philadelphia. Pa. Testing-plug 

Ailing, 1). S., assignor of one-half interest to P. C. Lander, Albany, N. Y. Sewing-ma- 
chine ..'. 



Allis, E. P., & Co. (See Clarke, W. A., assignor.) 
Allis, H. '(See Haoring, H., assignor.) 

Allis, Y. v., New York, N. Y. Railway-rail joint , 

Allison, J. F. (See Poe, J. B., assignor.) 

Allison, J. M., Salina, Pa. Nut-lock " , 

Allison, J. M., New Albany, Ind. Composition for covering steam-boilers 

Allison, O. W., assignor of one-half interest to R. Berapster, Buft'alo.N. Y. Steam-boiler 
Allisim, O. W., and P. Homelius, assignors to J. H. Small, Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for 

cleaning horses , 

Allison, R., Port Carbon. Pa. Hydraulic feed for revolving rock-drill 

Alloways, J., Decatur, III. Cutter-head for molding-machines , 

Allstatter, R., assignor to Long & Allstatter, Hainilton, Ohio. Heel for knives for 

reapers and mowers 

Allt, E., New York, N. Y. Compression -cock 

Allyn. J. H. (See Williamson &, Allyn.) ' 

Almond, T. R., Fitchburgh, Mass. Chuck 

Almy, G. F., Delphos, assignor to self and H. M. Clarke, Toledo, Ohio. Hollow auger 

Alter, W. W., Saint Louis,' Mo. Railway-rail 

Althof, Bergman. & Co. (See Browne, A. W., assignor.) 

Althouse, J. A.. New Hamionv. Ind. Journal-box 

Alvord,C., Westford, Wis. Mrkin 

Amberg, W. (See Borchardt, J. M., assignor.) 

Ambrose, J. E., assignor by mesne assignment to S. T. Ambrose, Colorado Springs, Col., 

and E. Mnller, Meriden, Conn. Lanip : (Reissue) . 

Ambrose, S. T., et cU. (Se^ Ambrose, J. E., assignor) (Rei.^sue.) 

Ambrun, J., and E. Olfermann, Leavenworth, Kans. Door-latch handle 

American Basket Company. (Hee Park, J. K., assignor) (Reissue.) 

American Button-Hole Overseaming and Sewing-Machino Company. (Se^ Rehfus, G., 

assignor.) 

Same (Design.) 

Same (Reissue.) 

American Cable Screw-Wire Company. (See Goddy, L., assignor.) 
American Clutch Company. (See Bates, F. G., assignor.) 
American Coal-Barge (Jompany. (See Wright, W. A„ assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (S'ec Sawyer. W. H.. assignor.) 
American Duplex Ticket Company. (See Jebb & Brush, assignors.) 
American Enamel Decorating Company. {See Hoggson, S. J., assignor.) 

American Machine Company. (See Albrecht, A., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

American Metalline Companv. (See Gwynn, S., assignor.) 

American Steam and Water Recording Company. (See Steele, F., assignor.) 

American Stop- Motion Company. (See Edson, W., assignor.) 

Ames, A., Natchez, Miss. Propelling canaM>oata 

Ames, C. L., et al. (See Moody, W. F., assignor.) 

Ames, C. L, and A. H. Frost, Chicago, IlL Spring bed-bottom 

Ames, C. W., New York, N. Y. Printer's quoin 

Same Perforating-rule for printers 

Ames, G. (See Stuart, L. W., assignor.) 

Ames, G., Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus to prevent rapping noise in machinery 

Ames, I. (See Hunter, D. J., assignor.) 

Ames, J. (See Peartree, P., assignor.) 

Ames, J., jr., Lansingbnrgh, N. Y. Machine for driving brush-handles 

Same Machine for shaping brush-woods 

Ames, J. G. and P. A., Baltimore, Md. Clothes-line fastener 

Ames, P. A. (See Ames, J. G. and P. A.) 

Ames, T. G., Kosse, Tex. Ant-trap 

Amidon, C. H., Miller's Falls, Mass. Bsiby-carriage 

Same Drill and bit-stock 

Amish, W. C, Hainesport, N. J. Molding apparatus 

Ammidoun, M. M., West Roxbury, Mass. Boiler-flue scraper 

Amory, J., New York, N. Y, Steam-boiler furnace (Extension) . 

Amos, A., Potsdam Junction, N. Y. Horse hay-rake 

Same same 



Monthly 
volamo. 



Mav 13,1873 
Oct; 14,1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
May 27, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 

May 27, 1873 
July 8, 1873 
Mar. 25, 18T3 
Sept 9,1873 

Nov. 18,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Jan. 11,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
June 10, 1873 



June 10, 1873 
July 8, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Feb. 4,1873 



Apr. 8,1873 

Apr. 8. 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Dec 30,1873 

Mar. 2.5, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
Sept 9, 18TJ 

Jan. 14,1873 
July 1,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

May 27, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



May 20, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 






290 
233 



571 
891 
199 
504 
672 
812 

421 

707 
207 
735 
305 

481 
332 



840 
248 



297 
289 
625 

65 



286 

334 

1,015 

921 

631 
674 
212 

315 
2 

520 
304 
521 

766 
407 



694 
769 



Jan. 7, 1873 

Oct 7, 1873 
May 27, 1873 
Dec. 9,1873 

May 27, 18'/3 



Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec. 16.1873 
June 24, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
July 1,1873 
Dec. 23,1873 
May 6, 18r.i 
Apr. 19,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



to 
P 



89 

78 



195 
281 
63 
160 
228 
259 

141 

223 

69 

244 

101 

163 
106 



271 

78 



92 

98 

212 

20 



88 
103 



Official 
Gazette. 



298 

209 

220 

69 

100 
1 

172 

99 
172 

243 
133 



218 
244 



813 


260 


305 


103 


707 


223 


685 


225 


469 


153 


738 


233 


56 


17 


114 


37 


89 


31 


715 


235 


1 


1 


109 


37 


110 


37 



o 



3 
4 



4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 



3 
4 
3 
4 

4 
3 



3 
3 



3 
4 
4 



3 
3 
4 

3 
4 
4 

3 
4 

4 

4 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 



4 

3 
4 



08 
Ph 



531 
408 



558 
471 
159 
673 
567 
594 

535 

586 

36 

334 

278 

540 
166 



115 
645 



648 

43 

563 

132 



391 

395 
481 
706 

326 
676 
271 

45 

8 

194 
168 
194 

590 
186 



570 
453 



381 
594 
623 

586 



4 


217 


4 


647 


3 


700 


3 


361 


3 


16 


4 


15 


4 


679 


3 


497 


3 


415 


4 


487 


4 


487 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphahetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



142, 364 

141,099 
144,045 



143.113 
142, 138 
143,r)54 
137,647 
142, 978 

6,829 
136,801 
139, 491 
141,618 

139, 992 

137, 874 

134, 624 

135, 058 

135, 059 
137, 164 
13{», 527 
137, 588 
139, 528 

142,549 
143,655 
145,476 

141,746 
145,547 
144, 307 

139, 3.52 
144, 428 
145, 080 

141.848 

142, 977 



140, 569 
141,306 

143, 487 



143,398 
143, 605 
134, 721 
137 752 



135, 617 
144, 180 

141,533 

137, 165 

6,996 

137, 166 

141, 479 

137, 337 

142, 608 
134, 580 

140, 867 
140, 107 
144, 308 
139,35.3 

134, 832 

142, 187 
141,412 



138, 359 
143, 865 



137, 819 
141,980 

144, 648 
137, 524 
140, 570 
144, 649 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Amflden, G. M., Sonth Boston, Mass. Mode of attacbini; jonmals to feed-rollers 

Anisler, C. (See Rouse, A. M., assignor.) 

Anderegjr, C, Lawrenceburgli, Ind. Wheel for vehicles 

Anders, G. L., Boston, assfgnor to E. B. Welsli, Cambridge, Mass. Printing-tele- \ 



graph 



i 



Anders, R. {See Erraui & Anders.) 

Andersen, C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter 

Anderson A., Cbadwiclc's Mills, N. Y. Shingle-machine 

Anderson, C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Distilling pore alcoholic spirits 

Anderson, E. D., Fre<lerick, Md. Shutter-fastening 

Anderson, H. L., assignor of one-half interest to jTm. Rand, Chicago, 111. DoAice for 

holding wagon-boxes to the bolsters 

Anderson, J., New York, N. Y. Material for gored skirts (Design) . . 

Anderson, J., Oouverneur. N. Y. Truss-bridge 

Anderson, J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sun-bonnet tor horses 

Anderson, J., assignor of one-half interest to W. J. Calais and W. H. James, Wilmington, 

N. C. Trussed 8f>ring- bolster for railroad-cars 

Anderson, J. E., Boiling Springs, Pa. Washing-machine 

Anderson, J. H., et aL {See Slusser, G., assignor.) 

Anderson, J. J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor of two-thirds interest to G. H. Shover and 

G. W. Miller. Hnb for heavy- wheeled vehicles 

Anderson, J. S., riint\ille, Wis. Adjustable picket-fence 

Same Steam blow-pipe 

Same Saw-straightening machine 

Same Means for propelling boats 

Same Railway-car brake 

Anderson, J. AV., Portland, Ind. Insect-trap 

Anderson, M., Chicago, 111. Offal-dr3^er 

Anderson. P. {iiee Newman &, Anderson.) 



Anderson, P., Chicago, III. Bed-bottom , 
Anderson, S. I., P. Waldcu, and 



E. P. More, West Eaton, N. Y. Sash-holder 

Anderson, T. D., assignor of one-third interest to E £. McKay, Bardstown, Ky. 
cutter .' , 



Straw- 



Anderson, V. D., Sbringfield, Ohio. Steam -generator and apparatus for rendering fats. . 

Anderson, W. G., Worcester, Mass. Window-screen 

Anderton, R. L., New York, N. Y. Sash-molding 

Andrae, M. {.See Clark, E. B., assignor.) 

Andreae, B., Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Gas-burner 

Andress, T., Auroraville, Wis. Car-coupling 

Andrew, W. H., Sheffield, England. Table-knife 

Andrews, A. C, et aL {Sec Hermance, J. F., assignor.) 

Andrews, A. F., assignor to A. Edwards and A. F. Andrews, New Haven, Conn. Fer- 
tilizer ^ 



Andrews, A. F., assignor to the Andrews Majinfacturiug Companj*, New Haven, Conn. 
Treating iron and steel to anneal and toughen them 

Andrews, E. {See Pelhani, L, assignor) (Reissue.) 

Andrews, E., Welchville, Me. Mechanism for making counters for boots and shoes 

Andrews, E., Bryan, Ohio, assignor to E. L. Bradley and W. A. Clark, New Haven, 
Conn. Device for securing corners of wagon bodies and seats 

Andrews, E. B., Lancaster, assignor of one-half interest to J. G. Deshlcr, Columbus, 
Ohio. Blast-furnace 

Andrews, F, W. {See Waters, B. F., assignor.) 

Andrews, G., Oxford, Mo. Leather-skiving machine 

Andrews, LC.. New York, N. Y. Portable fire-extinguisher ; 

Andrews, J., Hardin Connty, Ohio. Medical compound for horses, &c 

A ndrews, J., Cleveland, Ohio. Butter-package < 

Andrews, J. W. {See Wallace & Andrews.) 

Andrews Manufacturing Company. {See Andrews, A. F., assienor.) 

Andrews, M. S., SomerviUe, assignor to J. W. Tufts, Medford, Mass. Soda apparatus 

Andrews, S. W., and L. Godfrey, Greenville, assignors of one-half interest to O. G. Vun- 
dorhoof, Knox ville, Tenn. Grain separator and scourer 

Andrews, T. G., and A. Riviere, Bamesville, Ga. Plow 

Andrews, W. 1)., Brookhaven, N. Y. Safety-attachment to hoisting-machines 

Andrews, W. H., assignor to Mallory, AVheeler &. Co., New Haven, Conn. Lock case. 

(Deaign) 

Same Reversible knob-latch , 

Andriot^ P. M., Oxford, Ohio. Sawing-machine 

Angell, N. S., et al. {See Pitrat, M. J., assignor.) 

Angle, H. G., Chicago. III. Railway-rail 

Same Machine for dressing wood rails 

Annan, C. F., assignor to self and H. S. Merrill, Boston, Mass. Machine for making 
paper-bags 

Anuin, J., New York,N. Y. Dial for pressure-gauges 

Anniu, J. B., Rochester, N. Y. liook -stand 

Anschutz, A., A. Seidel, and M. AVeber, Livingston County. Missouri. Plow 

Ansell. A. D., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Lazarus, Moses &. Co., New York, N. Y. Eye- 
glasses 



Anshutz, H., Allegheny, Pa. Casting fire-grates 

Ansley, J. A., et al. {See Stewart, G. W., assignor.) 

Ansley, V., and J. W. Weaver, Morrison, 111. Stalk-cutter 

Anthon, G. C, New York, N. Y. Sewer gas-traj) 

Anthon3% E., and H. T. <fc Co. {See Anthony, H. T., assignor ) 

Same {Set Barker, E. B., assignor.) 

Anthony, H. T., New York, N. Y. Photographic-plate holder 

Anthony, H. T., assignor to E. and H. T, Anthony & Co., New York, N. Y. Preparing 

soluble cotton for the manufacture of collodion 

Anthony, J. M. {See Seaver, Southworth &. Anthony.) 

Anthony, R., and F. A. Leabert, Kingston, Pa. Railway-rail joint 

Antill,tt. T., Smith's Ferry, Pa., and \V. J. Sloan, Liverpool Township, Ohio. Nut and 

bolt fastening 

Anyan, B., Fitchville, Ohio. Combined picture frame and exhibiter 

Appleby, R., Beverly, N. J. Apparatus for cutting cigar-wrappers 

Appleton, G. P., Sniicook, N. H. Machine for sawln)^ laths 

Apthorp, W. L., Tallahassee, Fla. Hcmmer for sewing-machines 



Date. 



Sept 2,1873 

July 22, 1873 
Oct. 28,1873 

Sept 23, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Oct 14, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 

Sept. 2.3. 1873 
Aug. 20, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
June 3,1813 

Aug. 12,1873 
June 17, 1873 



Apr. 
Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Juno 

Apr. 

June 



15, 1873 
7, 1873 

21, 1873 

21. 1873 

25, 1873 

3, 1873 

§, 1873 

3, 1873 



Sept 9,1873 
Oct 14,1873 

Dec 16,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 

May 27, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 

Sept. 23, 1873 

July 8,1873 

July 29, 1873 

Oct 7, 1873 

Oct 7, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 

Nov. 4, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 

Apr. 1, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
June 24. 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 

Mav 27, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 

Apr. 15,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
July 8,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Pi 



39 

697 
621 

698 
686 
233 
335 

587 



539 
44 

200 
505 



545 
115 

527 

528 
736 

71 
284 

72 

213 
234 

397 
305 
470 
111 

813 

227 

41 



407 

586 



bfi 



13 

234 
205 
206 

239 

226 

79 

104 

199 



37 

260 
76 
12 



199 



208 09,70 

903 296 

75 26 



1 
193 
221 
441 



221 

2 
106 
737 



1 
65 

i37 



69 

1 

32 

245 



738 
62 

56 
262 

75 
465 
633 
111 

814 
316 

724 
1 



1,015 
447 

500 

522 
422 
231 
211 
422 



245 
19 

17 

86 

24 
157 
199 

38 

260 
101 

239 
1 



319 



156 

173 

141 

71 

70 

141 



Official 
Gazette. 



178 
14 

63 
160 



no 

38 

C170 

{l71 

171 

245 

24 

89 

24 

69 
79 

131 
100 



o 



4 

\* 

A 
A 

4 

3 

A 
A 

3 
3 

4 
3 



3 
3 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
4 
4 



4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 
4 

3 
3 



4 
4 
3 

4 
3 
4 

3 
4 

3 
4 
3 
4 

3 
3 

4 

4 



3 
4 



4 
4 

3 
4 

4 



245 

03 
459 

;i31 
217 

408 
396 

322 
212 
307 
612 

1.59 
673 



425 
16 

77 

78 
334 
614 
.392 
615 

271 
408 

641 
168 

647 

487 

594 
508 
589 



186 

322 

36 

118 

387 

381 

405 

38 

417 



3 157 



478 
143 
334 

.531 
334 
140 

361 
275 

13 

65 

691 

487 

595 
43 

220 
135 



481 

435 

422 

195 
5:t5 
387 
37 
535 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 

143, 314 

141, 480 

138,600 
6,647 

6,648 

145, 829 
136, 688 
135,060 

144, 046 

145, 081 
139, 646 
142,550 

136,480 
136, 200 
141, 194 

145, 713 

139, 754 

6,801 

141, 413 



Name, residence, and invention. 



139, 104 

5,569 
141,747 

142, 365 
143, 606 
137, 281 

136,123 



136, 699 
140,868 

141, 414 

143, 803 
145.271 
135, 505 
139, a-il 
138, 981 

138, 982 
136, 895 

28,244 

145,082 
141,534 

142, 429 
140, 338 
139, 228 

138,836 
138,360 

139, 647 

134,625 
13ti, 113 

135, 747 

140, 179 

135, 061 
136,298 

146,040 
136, 356 

5,537 
141, 195 

144, 821 

145, 477 
141.307 

144, 493 

145, 143 
137, 753 
142, 834 



138,983 
144,822 



(Design.) 



Archbold, S., Chester, Pa. Condenser-tube fastening 

Archer & Pancoast Manufacturing Company. {See Deavs, C, assignor.) 

Archer E., Davisville, W. Va. Churn 

Archer, G. W. {See Archer, R. AV. &, G. W.) (Two cases.) 

Archer, R. \V., Rochester, N. Y. Piano and other stools 

Archer, R. W. and U. W., liochcster, X. Y. Foot-rest fur barbers' and dentists' chairs. 

(Design) 

Same Barbers and dentists' chairs (Design).. 

Architectural Iron Company. {See Brand, C. F , assignor.) • 

A rdrev, R., Pliilndelphia, P». Child's chair 

Arey. li.. Rock Falls, 111., assignor to A. M. Phelps and F. Dyer. Hand-planter 

Argerbright, D., Tippecanoe, Ohio. Wheel for vehicles 

Armbruster, J., Petroleum Centre, Pa. Flue-cleaner lor boilers 

Armiger, R., Baltimore, Md. Refrigerator 

Armitage, T. B., New York, N. Y. Process of reducing woo<l fiber to pnlp 

Same Process of disintegrating woody fiber for papei' pulp 

Armour, J. B. {See Dillon, M., assignor.) 

Armour, J. M., Syracuse, N. Y. Kuitting-m^hine. ..^ 

Arms, J. C, Northamptou, Mass. Game-board 

Arms, J. L., New Orleans, La. Rice-cleaner 

Armdtrong, A. {See Brand, Barrows & Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, A. D., Allegheny City, assignor to Armstrong, Fawcett & McKelvy, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Dryer for lead 

Armstrong, A. S., New Orleans, La. Cotton-bale tie 

Armstrong, C. W., Detroit, Mich. Advertising-desk (Design).. 

Armstrong, D. A., Sandwicb, and S. T. Armstrong, Sycamore, 111. Sand-papering 

machine 

Armstrong, E., et al {See Allen, C. L., assignor.) 

Armstrong, E. S. {See Miller &, Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, Fawcett & McKelvy. {See Armstrong, A. D., assignor.) 

Armstrong, G. {See Armstrong, J. and G.) 

Armstrong, H. G , Trenton, N. J. Paper-bag machine 

Armstrong, J. (.S'ce Davis & Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, J.. Toletlo, Ohio. Feed-water heater and filter for steam-boilers . . (Reissue) . . 

Armstrong, J., Saint Joseph, and D. Cheney, Brooktield. Mo. Outlet-valve for 

water-tanks 

Armstrong, J., Toledo, Ohio. Meclianical movement 

Armstrong, J., San Francisco, Cal. Bottle-corking machine 

Armstrong, J. and G., Elmira, 111. Stalk-cutter 

Armstrong, J. G. (See Plattenburg, J. W., assignor.) 

Armstrong, J. G. and J. S., Reed Township, Ohio. Wagon-seat 

Armstrong, J. S. {See Armstrong, J. G. and J. S.) 
Armstrong, S. T. {See Armstrong, D. A. and S. F.) 

Armstrong, T., Hamilton, Canada. Hoof-spreader 

Armstrong, T., Sandwich. III. Invalid-chair 

Armstrong, W. {See Kelly, W., assignor.) 

Arnaud, J. J., assignor to T. E. Riddel, Boston, Mass., said Riddel assignor of one-half 

interest to J. W. Richardson, Medway, Mass. Toy 

Arndt, A. F. R., assignor to self and W. Doeltz, Detroit, Mich. Child's carriage 

Amdt, A. F. R., assignor to T. Nourse and N. D. Lapham, Detroit, Mich. Game-board . . . 

Arnold, A., and H. Merz, Chicago, 111. Show-case 

Arnold, A. A., Clyde, Ohio. Dinner-can 

Arnold, B., East Greenwich, R. I. Machine for darning stockings 

Same same 

Arnold, D. J., Brownsville, Nebr. Railwav switch 

Arnold, E. R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cut-otf valve of steam-engines (Extension) . . 

Arnold, G. B., assignor to the Magic Ruffle Company, New York, N. Y. Ruffle. (Dis- 
claimer filed) 

Arnold, H. H. C, Nicholasvillo, Ky. Animal-tnip 

Arnold, H. L., Ottawa, III. Yarn take-up and tension device for knitting machines 

Same Set-up device for knitting-machines 

Arnold, J., Newark, N. J. Trunk -fastener 

Arnold, J. P., Philadelphia, Pa. Curtain-cord fastener 

Arnold, J. R., et al. {See Mclntyre, T. K., assignor.) 

Arnold, J. W., Boston, Mass. Railway snow-plow 

Arnold, S. D., assignor to P. and F. Corbin, New Britain, Conn. Bolt for doors 

Same Flush bolt for doors 

Arnold, W. F. {Se£ Jennings & Arnold.) 

Arnold, W. F. New Britain. Conn. Liiting-jack '. 

Arnold, AY. F., AVinthrop, Conn. Trj^-square 

Arnold, W. H. {See Duncan & Arnold.) 

Arnot, .4. H., Morristown, Tonn., assignor of one-half interest to T. J. Speck, Rogers- 

ville, Tenn. liail way track-lifter 

Arnot. H., assignor to self and G. W. Dickey, Barclay, Pa. Boot-jack 

Arnott, J. P. {See Davis, E., assignor.) 

Arthur, W., Newport, Ky. Steam-pump 

Asbury, J. N. and L. M.. Rockland Mills, Ky. Tarhine water-wheel 

Asbui-y, L. M. {See Asbury. J. N. and L. M.) 

Aschenbrenner, H. M., assignor to self and T. Masac, Havana, Cuba. Sugar manufacture. 

Ash, A. D., Swayne County, N. C, assignor of one-half interest to J. Curtis, Knoxville, 

Tenn. Smut-mill 

Ash, J., Sterlino:, 111. Tea-kettle spout (Reissue) . . 

Ash, R., Saint Louis, Mo. Spark-arrester 

Ash, T., and Z. Walker, Trenton, N. J. Finery-fire for the manufacture of iron 

Ashby, G., Decatur, 111. Device for marking dovetails 

Ashcroft, E. H., Boston, Mass. Registering steam-gauge 

Same Automat ic fire-extinguisher 

Same Non-freezing batterj- 



Date. 



Sept 30, 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

May 6,1873 

May 13,1873 
May 13, 1873 

Deo. 23,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Jan. 21.1873 
Oct 28,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
July 29, 1873 



Dec. 23, 1873 
Juno 10, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Aug. 5, 1873 



May 20, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 

Ang. 12, 1873 
Sept. 2,1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Feb. -25, 1873 



Mar. 11,1873 
July 15, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Ashen, P.,Jphiladelphia, Pa. Sash-weight 



Ashford, H., Philadeipbia, Pa. Boat-detaching apparatus. 
Ashley, F. {See Ashley, J. T. and F.) 

Ashley, J. N., et al. {See Pone, F. L., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Ashley, J. T., Williamsburgn, N. Y. Paper-feeding machine 



Same Brooklyn, N. Y. Feeding paper to rotary printing-presses. 



Aug. 

Oct 

Dec. 

Feb. 

June 

May 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 



5,1873 
21, 1873 

9,1873 

4, 1873 
17, 1873 
20,1873 
20, 1873 
18, 1873 

1,1873 



Dec. 10,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Sept 2,1873 
July l.la73 
May 27,1873 

May 13,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
June 24, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Fob. 25,1873 

Dec. 30,1873 



Mar. 

Aug. 

July 

Nov. 

Dec. 

July 

Nov. 

Dec 

Apr. 

Sept 



4,1873 
19,1873 
29, 1873 
25,1873 
16, 1873 
29, 1873 
11.1873 

2,1873 
15, 1873 
16, 1873 



CO 



869 

62 

115 



716 
308 
529 
623 
41 
191 
213 

109 
753 
797 



619 

298 



580 

395 

306 

39 

193 

2 

689 



309 
4()6 



3 
395 
214 
101 
389 
469 
470 
493 



tc 



May 20, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 



42 
106 

94 

2 

708 

339 

1,016 

192 

115 
770 



332 

695 

529 
839 

922 

3 
614 
799 
572 
398 
904 
278 
98 
442 
461 



471 
573 



S98 
20 

38 



235 
102 
171 
206 
13 



37 
243 
261 



203 
92 



182 

132 

100 

14 

65 

1 

223 



102 
15b 



1 
131 
73 
32 
121 
147 
148 
163 



Official 
Gazette. 



13 

33 

31 

1 

223 

105 

320 

63 

38 
245 



106 
218 

171 
271 

299 

1 

202 
261 
195 
131 
296 
94 
32 
137 
156 



148 
195 
196 



o 



4 
4 



3 
3 

4 

3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
3 
4 



4 

3 
4 



3 

4 

4 
4 

4 
3 






362 

140 

507 

527 
527 

680 
279 
78 
459 
589 
640 
271 

254 
224 
109 



671 
648 
159 

135 



568 

2ti5 

168 
245 
405 
357 

219 



3 


279 


4 


65 


4 


135 


4 


430 


4 


615 


3 


135 


3 


663 


3 


559 


3 


559 


3 


303 


4 


452 


4 


614 


4 


589 


4 


143 


4 


250 


4 


8 


3 


586 


3 


.535 


3 


481 


3 


640 


3 


16 


3 


453 


3 


166 


3 


696 


3 


78 


3 


231 


4 


706 


3 


245 


4 


202 


4 


109 


4 


558 


4 


641 


4 


118 


4 


512 


4 


593 


3 


417 


4 


301 


3 


559 


I* 


558 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the yeur 1873— Continned. 



No. 



143, 740 



6.385 
144. 943 
139,755 
144,590 
145. 478 

138.837 
142,366 

142. 661 
142. 662 
136. 016 



141.911 
139,756 

136, 017 
142.322 
136.201 
140,235 
i:i6.636 
140. 667 

5,410 
134,965 
13:},G83 
144, 181 



142, 188 
135, 748 

138, 835 



Name, residence, and invention. 



6.882 
139, 993 

145, 548 



6,613 
140,236 
140,988 
143,951 

6,948 

144, 494 



142, 551 
140. 339 

136,404 

5,656 

142, 885 
138.114 
138, 780 

138,781 
144, 495 
144, 726 

135, 749 

138.601 
141,251 
141,252 

136, 690 
142,138 
140,668 
142,189 

145,608 
141.619 

135,875 
136, 952 
138,115 

143. 315 
135,684 



Ashley, J. T. and F., Brooklvn, N. Y. Paper- feeding machine 

Ashman, L., & Co. {See Robertson, J., aHHignor.) 
Asburst. J. L. (See Blant, G. G.. assij^nor.) 

Ashworth, !>., Kenton County, Ky. Lamp (Design)., 

Ash worth, D., Wappinger's Falls, N. Y. Pipe-coupling 

Ashworth, H., Walsden, England. Spinniug-macbine . 
Aspinwall, A., Albany, X. Y. Cum-busking raacbiue. . 



Assmus, A., assignor of one-half interest to C. Assmus, Cbiwigo, 111. Magazine fire-arm . 
Assmus, C. (See Assmna, A., assignor.) 

Aston, J., Hy the, England. lire<^hloading fire-arm 

Aston, J. A., and C. C. McMun)by, Leavenwortb, Kans. Combined chest-protector and 

shirt-bosom support 

Aston, J. B.. Pltt«bnrgh, Pa. Device for black washing molds 

Same Core-barrel for cajttings 

Atherton, G., Sparta Townsbiu. Mich. Horse hay -fork 

Athoy, J. (See McCarver, Atbey &. Jeniiings.) 

Athol Machine Company. (See Starrett, L. S.. assignor.) 

Atkins. C.J. , Louisiana, Mo. Feiry-bridge » 

Atkins, E. C, Indianapolis, Ind. Saw-handle 

Atkins, G. (See McAmirch & Atkins.) 

Atkins, G., Youngstown, Ohio. Reverberatory furnace 

Atkins, C, assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Swann, I^niisville, Ky. Paddle-wheel. . . 
Atkins, J., Augusta, Me. Machine for planing clapboards 

Same Planing-macbine 

Atkins, S. H., Melrose, MaMs. Water-proof furze fabric 

Atkinson. B., Indianapolis, Ind. Car-coupling 

Atkinson, H. (See Landenberger & Atkinson.) 

Atkinson. I., Hamilton. Canada. Curing and packing meats (Reissue) . . 

Same same , 

Atkinson, J., Cameron, Tex. Dumping-platform 

Atkinson, J., Burlington, N. J. Scroll-saw 

Atkinson, T. O. (See Kuhn &, Atkinson.) 

Same same (Reissue.) 

Atkinson, W., assignor to T. Woml, Philadelphia, Pa. Itebbin-winding inacbiue 

Atkinson. W., and C. C. Klein, assignors to T. Wood, Philadelphia, Pa. Shuttle-box 

mechanism for looms 

Atkinson, W. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Railway-frog 

Atlantic Giant-Powder Company. (See Judsou, E., assignor.) 
Atlantic Giant-Powder Company ei at. (See Nobel, A., aMsignor.) 

Atlantic Giant-Powder Company. (See Nobel, A., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Atlantic Giant-Pow'dcr Company et al. (See Vamey, T., assignor.) 
Atlantic Refining Company. (See Perkins, G, H., assignor.) 

Atterbury, J. S. (See Atterbury, T. B., asHignor) (Three cases.) 

Atterbury, J. S. (See Atterburv, T. B. and J. S.) (Dtsign.) 

Atterbury, J. S. and T. B., Pittsburgh, Pa. Lamp-bowl ^ ( Design ) . . 

Same Method of and mold for manufacturing glass-ware 



Date. 



Same Combined lamp-shade and drip-cup 



Atterbury, T. B. (See Atterbury, J. S. and T. B) (Two cases.) 

Same same (Design.) 

Atterbury, T. B., et al. (See Zellers. T. A., assignor.) 

Atterbury, T. B., Pittflburgh, Pa. Glass-ware (Design).. 

Atterbury, T. B., assignor to self and J. S. Atterbury, Pittsburgh, Pa. Molasses-pitcher. 

Same Lamp 

Same Salt and pei>per <Iredgo combined 

Atterburv. T. B. and J. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. Lamp-foot (Design).. 

Attix, T. F. (See Carson, T., assignor.) 

Atwater, A. A., Smith Vallej-, N. Y Car-coupling 

Atwater Mannfactoring Company. (See Deeble, J., assignor.) 

Same (See Knowles, W. W., assignor.) 

At well, J., et al. (See Haner, W. W., assignor.) 

Atwell. R. H., Baltimore, Md. Motor for driving sewing-machines 

Atwood. A., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to I. D. Condit, Millburn, N. J. 

Car-wheel 

Atwood, A. N.. Philadelphia. Pa. Composition for burial-caskets 

Atwood, E. A. (See Boawell & Atwoo<l.) 

Atwood. £. A., and H. H. Bod well, San Francisco, Cal. • Windmill (Reissue) . . 

Same same 

A twood, J. E., Mansfield, Conn. Rolling-mill 

Atwood, J. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Compound for lining bottoms of Bessemer or Kelly con- 
verters 

Same Compound for tuyeres 

Same Car-wheel 

Same Manufacture of Bessemer-sleel-con verter tuyeres 

Atwood, L. J., et al. (See Capcwell, G. J., assignor.) 

Atwood, L. J., assignor to Tlie Plume 6c Atwood Manufacturing Company, Watcrbury, 

Conn. Lamp 

Same Lamp-burner 

Same Sha(le or globe-holder for lamps 

Samo Shade-holder 

Anbin, A. N. N. (See Hulbert & Aubin.) 

Anfdembriuke, H., Cincinnati. Ohio. Pitman 

Augsperger, J. K., Trenton, Ohio. Harvester-rake 

Augnste, B., assignor of one-third interest to B. Gotia, Chicago, 111. Artificial marble. . . 
Aulbach, J., assignor of one-half interest to A. Pregamann, West Meriden, Conn. Lamp 

chandelier 

Auld, D., Jr., Glasgow. North Britain. Furnace-door 

Auld, J.E., Buffalo, N. Y. Oil-can 

Aust, W. (See Pfefferkorn &. Aust.) 

Austin, C, Concord, N. H. Reed-organ 

Austin, E. H., New York, N. Y. Pipe for gas, water, &c 

Same Subterranean telegraph-line 

Austin, E. H., Scott's Hill. Tenn. Feed-regulator for grindine-mills 

Austin, H. K., assignor to self and G. V. Millett, Chnrlestown, Mass. Handle for files. . . . 



Oct. 21,1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
Nov. 2.5, IH73 
June 10, 1873 
Nov. 18. 1873 
I>ec. 16, 1873 

May 13,1873 

Sept. 2,1873 
S«'pt. 9, 1873 
Sept. 9, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 



Aug. 10, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Feb. 18.1873 
Sept 2, 1p7J 
Feb. 25, lt<73 
June 24, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
July 8,1873 

May 1.3.1873 
Jan. 21. ln^73 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 



Aug.* 26, 1873 

Ftb. 11,1873 
May 13, 18:3 



Sept. 10, 1873 
June 17, 1873 

Dec. 10,1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Julv 22. 1873 
0< t. 28, 1873 
Oct, 7, 1873 

Nov. 11,1873 



Sopt 9,1873 



July 
Mar. 



1.1873 
4. 18rj 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

May 13.1873 
May 13, 1873 
Nov. 11.1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
May 6. 1873 
July 29, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

Mar. 11, 1873 
Aug. 26. 1873 
July 8,1873 

Aug. 26,1873 
Doc. 16, ie73 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Fob. 18,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Apr. 22. 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 






337 



673 

299 
59 



340 

40 
306 

:m 

580 



470 
300 

580 
1 
754 
739 
267 
290 

463 

140 

283 

5 



725 



333 
338 



506 

470 



739 
599 
539 



279 



214 

3 
45 

560 
500 
770 

290 
291 

280 

481 



334 
116 

858 

309 
687 
291 

726 
517 
200 

464 
540 
771 
870 
284 



u 

P 



113 



228 

92 

125 

131 

105 

14 
101 
102 
191 



1.54 
93 

191 

1 

243 

233 

89 
98 



89 
2 



240 

107 
104 



160 
161 
153 
154 



233 

203 
179 



94 

69,70 
1 



190 
171 
245 



94 



107 
38 

280 
280 

102 
226 



240 

169 

63 

149 

178 

246 

298 

89 



> 



3 
4 
3 
4 
4 



4 
4 
4 
3 



4 

3 

3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 



3 
3 



4 

I* 



3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



4 
3 

4 

4 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 



3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
3 



9i 



42G 



156 
567 
648 
.131 
641 

535 

245 
279 
279 
199 



190 
649 

199 
248 
224 
700 
276 
43 

546 

71 

162 

479 



221 

166 
535 



296 
673 

647 



471 

700 

85 

4:r2 

380 

513 



271 

8 
249 

547 
.305 
453 

531 
531 
5\3 
540 



166 
507 
113 
113 

279 

217 

43 

221 
651 
159 

190 
307 
453 
362 
162 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphdbetioal list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



Xante, residence, and Invention. 



140, 237 
140, 989 



135, 750 
141,748 



135,751 
143, 488 
143, 555 



5,695 
141,415 
138, 361 
140,804 

110,75': 

137,2?»2 
135,085 
137, 648 

137, 754 
25,796 



139, 944 
14*2,663 
142,664 
142,6(>5 

135, 876 

136, 405 
145, 776 



134, 505 

135, 877 
130,691 
139, 448 

136, 953 

135. 958 
134, 966 
143,741 

134, 833 
138, 224 

144, 727 
145, 714 

145, 381 

138,065 
144,216 
141, 687 



139, 995 

145. 144 

145. 145 

138, 362 
138, 552 

134, 967 
144, 247 
139. 529 

137. 589 

138, 363 



143, 053 

135, 618 
143, 489 

5.286 
141,416 



Anstin, J., Sc Co. ( See Wheatcroft, H. B., aasitnior.) 

Austin, J. E., Pbilaflclphia, Pa, Exerciainc device 

Aastiu, R. M., Philadelphia, Pa. Combiueuruler aud blotter 

Austin, S. (See Steel Sc Austin.) 
Anstiu, T. P. (See Farrinjjton & Anstin.) 

Austin, T. P., New York, N. Y. Machine for stamping slieot-mctal ware 

Austin, W., Philadelphia, Pa. Sheet-metal bucket 

Auteurieth, G-. {See Springer, T., assignor.) 

Automatic Boilor-Feetier Company. (Sec Cook, S., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Automatic Car-Brake Manufacturing Company. (See Ea-Earl, G., assignor.) 

A verell, E. D., New York, N. Y. I'aper-ruhng machine .' 

Averoll, J. D., New York, N. Y. Coramodo 

Avercll, J. D., New York, assignor of part interest to S. A. Joice, Brooklyn, N. Y. Oxy- 

hydrocarbon gas-burner 

Averill Chemical Paint Company. (See Averill. D. R., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Averill, D. R., Now Centreville, N. Y., assignor to The Averill Chemical Paint Company, 

New York, N. Y. Paint (Reissue) . . 

Averill, J. W., New Market, N. H. Gas-burner 

Avery, B. F. (See Wiard. E., assignor.) 

Avery, O. M., Pensacola, Fla. Dumping-car 

Avis, J. W. (See Tait & Avis.) 

Awrey, E. M., Smith ville P. ()., Canada. Harvester 

A X ford, W. ( See Joh n son & A x ford . ) 
Axtell, H. A., et al, (See Park, F., assignor.) 

Ayer, D. M., assignor to E. W. Aycr, Lawrence, Mass. Drip-cup for candlL>s 

Ayer, E. W. (See Ayer, D. M., assignor.) 

Avers, A. P., Benton Ilarbor, Mich. Spool-holder and thread-cutter 

Ayers, C, Farmington Centre. Wis. Tree protector 

Ayers, J. W., AVest Moriden. Conn. Ilaudle of jwcket-knivea 

Ayers, J. A. (See Pierce & Ayres.) 

Ayres, J. A., Mystic River, Conn. Water-elevator 

Babbett, A., deceased, by H. M. Babbett, executrix, Auburn, N. Y. Jacquard-machine. 

(Extension) 

Same Jacquard-machine (Disclaimer filed) . . 

Babbett, U. M., executrix. (See Babbett, A.) (Disclaimer.) 

Same same " (Extension.) 

Babbitt, B. T., New York. N. Y. Propelling-device for vessels 

Same Boiler and condenser 

Same same 

Same Marine-condenser 

Babbitt. G. R., assignor by mesne assignment to self and W. A. Harris, Providence, R, I. 

Steam-tight joint of valve-stems 

Babbitt, G. R., and W. A. Harris, Providence, R. I. I'iston-packing 

Babbitt, S., Brazil, lud., assignor to self aud W. E. Sibley, Boston, Mass. Shoe-fastening 
BalKXK'k, C. (See Tisdale, N\ . D., assignor.) 
Babcock, E. N. (See Nixon & Babcock.) 

Babcock, G. H., Plainfield, N. J. Bronzing-machine (Extension) . . 

Babcock, G. H., Plainfield, N. J., and S. Wilcox, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sectional steam-boiler. . 

Same Sectional steam-boiler 

Same Steam-generator 

Same Steam-engine 

Babcock, J. F., AV. A. Leonard, and E. B. Crane, Boston, Mass. Watch composition 

Babcock, J. K., et al. (See Spencer, J. C, a.ssignor.) 

Babcock, J. W., Chicopee, Mass. Machine for lifting and carrying barrels, boxes, &.C . . . 

Babcock, S. P., Adrian, Mich. Tuck-creaser 

Same Tuck-creaser for sewing-machines 

Bach, J. (See Green. J., assignor.) 

Bacheller, S. B., McDonough, N. Y. Fly-trap 

Backraayr, M., Lyons, Wis. Blinders for cattle 

Backus, O. J. (See Hyde, L, assignor) (Reissue.) 

Backus, S. D.' New York, N. Y. Chain-tackle block 

Bacon, C. H., assignor to self and J. H. Sawyer & Co., Boston, Ma<)s. Peg-cutter 

Bacon, E. N., Chelsea, Vt. Combined bow-fastener and guard for ox-yokes 

Bacon, G. (See Bacon, J. &. G.) 

Bacon, J. Sc G., Medina, Wis. Wpathcr-strip 

l^con, J. T., 6c Co. (Sae Davis, W. F., assjiguor.) 

Bader, J., Olathe, Kans. Door-check 

Badger, S. (See Hayues, W. A., assignor) (Design.) 

Badley, D. L., Afton, Iowa. Tire-upsetting raaehine 

Baecbler, C, et cU. (See Moore, C, assignor.) 
Bagby, G. K. (See Bailey & Bagby.) 
Bagger, L. (See Moore & Bagger.) 

Bagger, L., Washington, D. C. Bath-tub 

Baggs, A. H., assignor to La Belle Glass Company, Bridgeport, Ohio. Manufacture of 

glass-ware 

Same Salver 

Baggs, A. J. (See Bagg.H. J. T., assignor.) 

Baggs, J., Eaaton, Md. Butchers' combined knife, saw, and spring-scales 

Baggs, J. T., aasignor of one-fourth interest to A. J. Baggs, Bridgeport, Ohio. Sawing- 

machine 

Bagley, A. , Ypsilanti, Mich. .Self-locking rail-fence 

Bagnall, W., Otsego, Ohio. Culti vating-plow 

Bailey, A. S , assignor of one-half interest to E. Little, Paxton, III. Car-pusher 

Bailey, C, assignor to self and H. C. Bailey. Dentist's flask 

Bailey, C, and G. K. Bagby, Kinston, N. C. Cotton-chopper 

Bailey, C. M. (See Hoskin, R., assignor) (Design.) 

Bailey, C. M. (See Webster, A., jr., assignor) (Design.) 

Bailey, E. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for manufacturing carpet-linings 

Bailey, Farrell 6c Co. (See Bailey, H. J., assignor.) 

Bailey, F". L., Boston, and J. Watson, Everett, Mass. Printing-press 

Bailey, F. L., Boston, assignor to J. Wataon, Everett, Mass. Inicing apparatus 

Bailey, H. C, (See Bailey, C, assignor.) 

Bailey, H. D. W., Sterling, III. Spring bed-bottom (Reissue) . 

Bailey, H. J., assignor to Bailey, Farrell 6c Co., Pittsburgh. Pa. Gage-cock 



Date. 



June 24. 1873 
July 22, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 



Dec. 23, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 

July 15, 1873 

July 15, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Oct 18,1873 
Oct 11,1873 



June 17, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 
Sept 9. 1673 
Sept 9,1873 

Fob. 18,1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 



Oct 25,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1H73 
June 3, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
Oct 21, 1873 

Jan. 14.1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 
Doc. 23, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1673 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 



June 17, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Dec. 2, lo73 

Apr. 29, 1873 

May 6,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
Juno 3, 1873 
Apr, 8, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Sept 23, 1873 

Feb. 11.1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

B'eb. 18,1873 
Aug. 5,1873 



Monthly 
Tolnme. 



Official 
Gazette. 



n, 
» 



740 
600 



a35 
307 



337 
76 

151 



807 
4 

1,016 

412 



tc 



233 
203 



107 
100 



108 
26 

51 



1 
320 
140 



371 127 



3 

285 
335 

442 



1 

89 

104 

137 
138 



508 I 161 

308 I 102 

309 I 103 

310 103 

465 I 140 

46 i 16 

675 221 



1 
466 
310 

1 
541 

529 
141 
341 

317 

891 

482 
620 
306 

7a3 

68 
259 



1 
l.'M 
103 

1 



174 
141 
114 

107 
281 

163 

203 
103 

232 

22 

84 



508 
96 



161 
C 32 
\ 33 

99 ! 33 



1,017 320 



77 

142 

69 

72 

287 
1,018 



25 
141 
22 
25 
89 
320 



653 I 223 



o 



3 
4 



3 
4 



3 
4 



4 
4 

3 

4 



3 
3 
3 

3 

4 
4 



3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
4 



4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
4 

3 
3 

4 

4 
4 

3 

4 

4 



3 

;4 
4 

3 

3 
3 
4 

3 
3 



223 
77 

681 
5 



69 
26 

220 
2 



3 
4 

3 
4 






700 
85 



166 
168 



166 
387 

401 



686 
135 

481 

61 

58 

357 
162 
3!»6 

417 

400 
401 



673 
279 
279 
27a 

190 
249 
676 



42.1 
7 
19U 
219 
60J 
307 

195 

71 

4^.6 

45 
471 

540 
672 
622 

450 

483 

164 



673 
593 
593 

481 

504 
71 
483 
615 
392 
481 

327 

157 
387 

206 
135 



8 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



AJphaheUcal list of patentees for tlie year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



Name, residence, and InTeDtion. 



13«>,806 

139, 852 
i:)8,364 
i:)5,256 
145.715 



112,75» 
139,038 



135, 257 

141, 535 

139,648 
143,316 
144, 429 

141,308 
143.431 
rSi*, 116 

136,954 

140, 756 

137, 167 



H4, 496 
144.728 
145, 479 
146.041 

138,ti38 
139. 649 

139,996 

143,866 
7,024 

135, 752 
143.867 
145, 382 
136, 692 
145.830 
141,100 



134.834 

144.882 
139,853 
142, 886 



144,047 
144,650 

138. 553 
143. 6L'7 

5, 461 

139, 449 
141,912 
136, 807 

135.959 
134. 8:J5 

138, 310 
140.340 
136. 481 

141. fit's 

139, 530 

145. 777 
i:«), 939 
144,823 

135, 062 
i:W,984 

138. 985 
137, 649 

142, 887 
134, 836 

139, 354 



Bailey, J., assignor of one -half interest to H. Broitenstein, Qulncy, 111. Direct-acting 
steam-engines 

Bailey, J., Springport, Ind. Cooper's croze 

Bailey, J. J., New York, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Bailej', J. M.. Meridian, Miss. Machine for sharpening ginsaws 

Bailey. L.. New Britain. Conn. Try-scjnare 

Bailey, S. A., Woonsocket, R. I. Machine for wringing clotlies (Extension) . . 

Bailey Tool Company. (See Brown Sc Williams, assignors.) 

Bailey, T. W.. Savannah. Ohia Eaves- trough hanger 

Bailey, W., et aL (See Reed, G. D.. assignor.) 

Bailey, W., Brooklyn, assignor to G . B. Sloan, Oswego, N. Y. Machine for stretching and 
dry ing oloth -' 

Bailey Washingand Wringing Machine Company. (See Glass, H., assignor) . (Reissue.) 

Bailey, W. W. (See Towne & Bailev.) 

Bainhridge, D , Philadelphia, Pa. Vibrating propeller for vessels 

Baines, J. A., assignor of one-half interest to J. Barker, Now York, N. Y. MetiilHc plane 



Baird. D. W., Geneva, N. Y. Spring-clip for carriages 

Same Concealed jointed brace for carriage-tops 

Baird. J. C. and M. Miller. Heatou. III. End-gate for wagons 

Baird, J. M. (See Orr 6c Baird.) 

Baird, J. M., assignor to self and R. Stanley. Wheeling, W. Va. Hoe 

Baird. J. M.. Wheeling. W. Va. Fastening for bedsteadn. &,c 

Baird, O. D., Newark, assignor to S. Southworth and E. Dorchester, Geneva, N. Y. lliiil- 

way snow-plow - 

Bainl, R., Stirling. Scotland. Punching-raachlne ^ 

Balsley. G. H. (See Wilson & Baisley.) 

Balsloy. G. H.. and G. Wilson, said Baisley assignor to I. V. Splawn, Hamilton, Mo. 

Earth-auger 

Baker, A. E., assignor to H. W. Gardner, Providence, R. I. Reciprocating stiam-ongino . 

Baker. A. O. (See Black, J. B., assignor.) 

Baker, A. O. (See Grant. S. W., assignor.) 

Baker. A. S. (See Shaw &, Baker.) 

Baker. C. K (See Scholfleld & Baker.) 

Baker, C. L. W.. assignor to J. L. Mason. Camden. N. J. Brush 

Same Fcather-dnstar 

Same Brush-holder. 

Baker, C. L. W.. Camden, assignor to J. L. Mason. New Brunswick. N.J. Clamp for 
splicing broom-handles, &o 

Baker, D. C, Fulton, N. Y. Cultivator 

Baker, E.. Millstone. N. J. Manufacture of spiegeleisen 

Baker. E. L. (See Chase, C. M., assignor.) 

Baker, H. H.. New Market, N. J. Propelling canal-boats 

Baker. H. M., et al. (Ste Hunter. G. W., assignor.) 

Baker, I. L., Dayton, Ohio. Mold for sealing-wax 

Baker, J. G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Enterprise Manufacturing Company of J'enn- 

sylvania. Fly-wheel (Design).. 

Same Machine for setting saws 

Same Grinding-mill 

Baker, J. G., Philadelphia. Pa. Blowing machine 

Baker. J. H.. and A. Doney, Saratoga Springs. N. Y. Bed-snrings 

Baker, J. H., A. Doney, and F. N. Owen, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Tool 

Baker, J. M. B., Southsea, England. Disinfecting and deodorizing apparatus ior wat<5r- 



closets 



Baker, L., atlministrat*>r. (See Martin &. Wilson.) 

Baker, L. H.. Washington, D. C. Chair 

Baker, R., et al. (See Rodier & Bates, assignors.) 

Baker, S.. and a C. McTntire, Springfield, Ohio. Rotary engine 

Baker, S. E., Chicago. III. Pile-driver ...._^. .......... 

Baker. W. Ilion, assignor to the Biddle Manufacturing Company. New York, N. \ . 

Prunlng-shears 

Baker, W. C. (See Williams. N. W,, assignor.) 

Baker. W.C, New York. N. Y. Steam-generator 

Same Heating-apparatus i^"t"'\" 

Baker, W. E. (^ee Crump, C. H., assignor.) (Design.) 

Baker, W. M., Fortville, Ind. Refrigerator 

Same ' same 

Baker, W. T. (See Wheelock. W., assignor.) . . , „ .„ . 

Balback, E., jr., Newark. N. J. SeparaUng zinc from gold and sliver (Reissue) . 

Same Retort-furnace for separating zinc from gold, silver, &.c 

Same Furnace for smelting ores ... • - . • ... •••:--•• .• -• • 

Balcom, H.. assignor to self and A. H. Partridge, Ann Arbor, Mich. Machine for point- 
ing pickets 

Balderston, J. H., Colora, Md. Bread-worker 

Balding, A., Wheeling, W. Va. Water-elevator 

Baldwin, F. S., Saint Eouis, Mo. Lombcrmeasure 

Same Electrical anemometer 

Baldwin, G., Monroe. Mich. Brick and tile machine 

Baldwin, H. C, North Wolcott, Vt. Milk and cream cooler. - . ... - - 

Baldwin, J. F, Nashua, N. H., assignor to self and Miles Alarm-lill Manufacturing 

Company, Providence, R. I. Till-alarm 

Same same 

Baldwin, J. F.. Nashua, N. H. Till-alarm ; • ;; ' • • ' V/ • ' ' \V V Vi- ' ' V * * ' 

Baldwin, J. F., Boston. Mass., assignor to J. Sully, trustee, Dedham, Mass. Metallic plane 

Baldwin, J. L., et al. (See Carter & Keith, assignors.) 

Baldwin, J. S., Newark. N. J. Steam-generator 

Same Means for closing hatch ways 

Same Elevator 

Baldwin. L., Stone Mills, N. Y. Cultivator 

Baldwin. M. (See Poulson. J., assignor.) 

Baldwin, M. O., Namego, Kans. Medicine-case 

Baldwin, S.W.,Yonkers,N.Y. Inkstand 

Same Machine for molding boot and shoe bottoms 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



CO 



Mar. 18, 1873 419 
Juno 17, 1H73 390 
Apr. 29,1873 1,019 
Jan. 28, 1873 718 
Dec. 2.3, 1873 620 
Apr. 5,1873 



Sept 16, 1873 I 400 

I 

I 

May 20, 1873 ' 517 

Jan. 28, 1873 719 

Aug. 5, 1873 I 108 

June 10, 1873 193 

Sept. .30, 1873 ! 871 

Nov. 11, 1873 228 

July 29, 18T3 , 905 

Oct. 7, 1873 32 

i 

Apr. 22, 1873 772 

.Mar. 18, 1m73 542 

July 15. 1873 371 

Mar, 2.5, 1873 739 



Nov. 11,1873 2H0 

Nov. 18, 1873 4H3 

Dec 15, 1873 | 401 

i 

Dec. 30, 1873 923 

May 13, 1873 342 

June 10, 1873 193 

June 17, 1873 509 

Oct 21, 1873 447 

Dec. 9,1873* 

Fob. 11, lh73 ! 339 

Oct 21, 1873 ; 448 

l»ec. 9.1873 307 

Mar. 11, 1873 3U 

Doc. 23, 1873 - 71G 

July 22,1873 698 

Jan. 14, 1873 [ 317 

Nov. 25. 1873 626 

June 17, 1873 390 

Sept 10, 1873 501 

I 

Oct 28. 1873 624 

Nov. 18, 1873 423 

May 6,1873 78 

Oct 14, 1873 194 

June 24, 1873 ' 835 

June 3. 1873 ; 2 



Aug. 19, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
July 1,1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Juno 3, 1873 
Dec. 23, lt'73 
June 17, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 



Jan. 21,1873 
j May 20, 1873 
I May 20, 1873 
j Apr. 8, 1873 

; Sept 16, 1873 
Ijaii. 14,1873 
1 May 27, 1673 



"u 

Q 



139 
122 
321 
2:10 
203 



135 
163 



230 

S 33 

\ 34 

63 

298 
76 

297 
11 

846 
179 



127 
ri45 
^246 



95 
163 
132 

299 
S 105 
^106 



161 
149 



471 

422 
529 
318 
976 
4 
111 
260 

73 
676 
4157 
575 

530 
472 
473 
336 

502 
319 
814 



108 
149 
103 
103 
235 

234 

101 

212 
122 

171 

20c 
142 

25 
65 

265 

1 

154 

140 
174 

101 

307 

2 

.37 

84 

25 
221 
146 
196 

172 
149 
149 
104 

171 

102 
260 



o 
> 



3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 



3 

4 

3 
4 
4 

4 

4 

3 
3 



^ 



4 
4 
4 

4 
3 
3 

3 

4 

4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 



4 

3 



4 
4 

3 
4 

3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 

3 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 



4 

3 
3 



bc 

ee 



297 
663 
481 
105 
672 
325 

296 



563 

105 

144 

641 
362 
508 

118 
383 

453 
307 

58 
334 



513 
540 
642 

707 
535 
641 

673 

435 

614 
166 
435 
623 
279 
680 

93 

45 

563 
663 

305 

459 
.'>35 

501 
405 

708 
(i09 
190 

297 
195 
45 
478 
8 
254 
164 

615 
676 
669 
558 

78 
559 
.'i.VJ 
396 

305 

45 

505 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE/ 1 673. 
Mphdbeiieal list of patentees far the year 187^— Continued. 



No. 



136, 018 
6,371 

134,506 

133,063 

5,479 
138.365 
142, 759 

140, 108 
139,997 

145, 831 
135,506 
145, 778 
144, 591 
142,979 
144. 048 
138,466 

143,114 
141.481 
145,083 

143,216 
136,202 



137, 046 
137, 401 
137,402 
141, 025 

142,980 
142, 140 
144,651 
134,837 
135, 619 
140,757 
145, 549 
145,925 

137,525 

5,325 

143, 490 

138, 117 
138,986 
136, Gil 
141,253 



141, 026 
140, 341 
13i), aM 
141.749 
142,307 
142,835 
136, 203 
i:)8,839 
140,669 

137,403 

144,592 
144, 944 



135, 753 

134,722 

140, 670 
137, 590 
140, 869 
142, 191 
134,626 
144, 049 

5, 671 
141,689 

140,452 
142,072 
143,608 

140.805 
145,926 
142,190 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Feb. 
Fell. 



Jan. 
July 



Baldwin, W. (5^ Baffin, T., assignor.) ^ 

Baldwin, W. H., New York, N. Y. Type-setting machine 

Balk will, S. and W. W., Cleveland, Ohio. Kailway-car brake (Reissue) . 

BalkwiU, W.W. (&« Balkwill,S.andW. W.) (Reissue.) 

Ball, A., assignor to Snllivan Machine Company, Claremont, N. H. Guide for rotary 
rock-drills ■. 

Ball, A., assignor to self and C. P. Nelson, Milford, Mass. Combined blind-opener and 
slat-regulator % ^ 

Ball. C, Augusta, Mich., assignor of one-half interest to T. Marriott Toy. .(Reissue) . 

Ball, C, Augusta, assignor of one-half interest to T. Marriott Detroit Mich. Toy , 

Ball, C. A., assignor of one-fourth interest to £. Whritnoeur, Ridgewood, N. J. Truck 
for transporting railway-raUs, oar-axles, &c 

Ball, C. £., Philadelphia, Pa. Ar^nd-bumer .* 

Ball, D. H., Sinnamahoning, Fa. Traction-engine 

Ball, £., deceased, by D. Cobaugh, administrator. Canton, Ohio. Harvester. (Extension) . . 

Ball, £. P.,Chicopee, Mass. Loom-shuttle 

Ball, 6. M., BrooKlyn, N. Y., assignor to L Herman, New York, N. Y. Shaft-bearings. . . 

Ball, H.S., Spartanburgh, S.C. Pen-wiper 

Ball, J. S.. Mishawaka,Ind. Hay-knife 

Ball, P., Worcester, Mass. Riveting Joints of sheet-metal 

Same Yiilve-motion for gates and hydrants 

Ball, P., and R Fitts, Worcester. Mass. Water-filter 

Ball, R., &. Co. (See Smith, £. H., assignor.) 

Ball, W.E., Bethesda, Ohio. Pnining-shears 

Ball, W.H., Brookljm, N. Y. Insect-powder gun * 

Ballash, A. H., Bowensburgh, assignor to self and M. MoNitt Mound Station ^ HI. 
Rid&g attachment for plows 

Ballantine, A.T., Titusville, Pa. Oil-cup 

Ballard, A. J., Cohoes, N. Y., assignor to Union Water-Meter Company, Worcester, Mass. 
Steam-pressure regulator 

BalUird. Fast A, Co. (See Ballard, M. L., assignor.) 

Ballard, J., Almont Mich. Washing-machine 

Ballard, M.L., Canton, Ohio. Nut-lock 

Ballard, M. L., assignor to Ballard, Fast & Co.. Canton, Ohio. Saw-handle 

Ballou, C. C, Albany, assignor to the East New York Boot, Shoe, and Leather Man- 

uiacturing Company, New York. N. Y. Sole-channeling machine 

Same Heel-Mmroing machine 

Ballou, J., Boston, Mass. Ventilator 

Banckcr, F. A., N^ York.N. Y. Toy eymnast 

Bancroft, J. B., Hopedale, Mass. Shuttle-guide for looms 

Same Warping-machine 

Same A^justaole spinning*ring 

Same Machine for prepanng printers' rules 

Bancroft J. B., assignor to self and 6. and W. F. Draper, Hopedale, Mass. Shnttle-gnide 

for looms , 

Bancroft, L., assignor of two-thirds interest to L. Brown and W. G. Bryant, Springfield, 

Ohio. Construction of sheet-metal elbows 

Bancroft, L. F., Worcester, Mass., assignor by mesne assignment to £. E. Quimby. trus- 
tee. New York, N. Y. Street-sprinkler (Reissue).. 

Bandon, J., and J. Wiggim, Jr., Dayton, Ohio. Middlings-purifier , 

Banes, C. H. (See Tullv, F., assignor.) 

Banister, I., Newark, N. J. Shoe-f astening 

Banker, G. W., New York, N. Y. Metal can for oil, &o 

Bannihr, J., Hempstead, and D. H. Rhodes, Baldwinsville, N. Y. Bag-tie 

Banning, E. P., sr., asdgnor to Banning Truss and Brace Company, New York, N. Y. 

Pessary 

Banning Truss and Brace Company. (See Banning, E. P., sr., assignor.) 

Bannister^A., Alameda, Cal. Truss-bridge 

Banta, C. W., Orange, N. J. Apparatus for steaming hats 

Bantz, E., Baltimore, Md. Means for creating artificial currents 

Bapterosses, J. F., Paris, France. Machine for making buttons 

Baptista, J. B., New York, N. Y. Rudder for vessels 

Same Means of a^l usting paddle-fioats 

Baquol, J., Baltimore, Md. Componnd for expelling files from rooms 

Baranger, H.. assignor to J. F. Chapman and L. H. Baranger, Saint Louis, Mo. Fare-box . 

Baranger, H., Saint Louis County, Mo. Fare-box 

Baranger, L. H., et at. (See Baranger, H., assignor.) 

Baranowski, J. J., London, England, assignor to D. H. Brandon, Paris, France. Machine 

for making plaited capsules 

Barbee, W. G.. High Point, N. C. Preserving fruit and vegetables for food 

Barber, B. J., Ballston Spa,N.Y. Water-wheel 

Barber, R. P. (See Temple, J., assignor.) 

Barbour Flax-Spinning Company. (8u Meldmm, J. B., assignor.) 

Barbour, J. M. (See Welpton, J. B., assignor.) 

Barbour. J. W., assinior oy mesne assignment of one-half interest to T. Collamer, Wi- 

nooski Falls, Vt Mop-head 

Barbour, T. P.,Louisville, Ky., assignor of one-half inter^t to L. B. Bnien, Newark, N. 

J. Harvcster-rake 

Barclay, D.F., Elgin, HI. Cheese-vat 

Bard, J. I., Now (Jrloans,La. Construction of metallic casks 

Bardell, A., WilUamsbargh, N.Y. Sifter 

Bardell, A.. New York, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Barden, J. S., Pro^^dence, R. I. Pump 

Bardttlcy, J., Akron, Ohio. Spark-arrester 

Barion, V. (See Nolf, A. L., assignor.) 

Barker, C, as8ignor to self and T. C. Thomas, Maqnon, HI. Grain-car door. . (Reissue) 

Barker, C.F., Ikwton. Mass. Making artificial marble 

Barker, C. M. (/8m Johnson &. Barker.) 

Barker, D., Northfieet England. Manufacture of artificial fuel j July 



18,1873 
11, 1873 



Month y 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 






Jan. 7, 1873 



21. 1873 
8,1873 



Apr. 29,1873 

Sept 16, 1873 
Jane 24, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Oct 18,1873 
Dec. 23,1873 
Feb. 4,1873 
Dec. 23,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 
May 6,1873. 

Sept 23, 1873 
Aug. 5.1873 

Dec 2,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Feb. 25,1873 

Mar. 25. 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

July 22. 1873 
Sept 23. 1873 
Aug. S6, 18T3 
Nov. 18, 18TJ 
Jan. 14,1873 
Fob. 11,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Deo. 16,1873 

Dec. 30,1853 

Apr. 8, 1873 



581 
444 



Mar. 
Oct 



18, 1873 
7,1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

July 29, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
July 1,1873 
June 17, 1873 
Aug. 12, 18rJ 
Sept 2,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Fob. 25, 1873 
May 13, 1873 
July 8,1873 



Apr. 1,1873 
Nov. 18,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 



Jan. 
July 
Apr. 
July 



14,1873 

8,1873 

8,1873 

15, 1873 

Aug. 2G, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 

Oct 28,1873 



Barker, E. A., Providence, R. L Croquet-wicket driver. 

Barker, E. B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to E. & H. T. Anthony &. Co., New York, N. Y. 

Photographic caraeo-eraboesing press 

Barker, £. W., assignor of one-half interest to C. S. Clark, Portland, Me. Car coupling . . . 

Barker, G. E., and S. F. Mack, Waverly, N. Y. Air-pump 

Barker, G. F., New Haven, Conn., and A. M. Mayer, Uoboken, N. J. Thormoscope 



Dec. 2.1873 
AAg. 12, 18T3 

1,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Oct 14.1873 
July 15, 1873 
Doc. 30, 1873 
Aug. 26, ISTJ 



531 

367 

1.020 

401 
634 
510 

"7*17" 
102 
677 
370 
587 
625 
1 

699 
63 

43 
783 

755 

633 
108 
109 

631 
539 
688 
423 
.120 
223 
372 
471 

825 

231 

623 

78 

773 
474 

268 

858 

632 
6 
391 
308 
41 
462 
756 
343 
292 



109 
371 
674 



340 

221 
293 

288 
467 
728 
116 
626 

207 
261 

90 
629 

195 
413 
825 
727 



to 



191 
145 



172 
124 
321 

135 
199 
162 

236 
32 
221 
125 
200 
206 
1 

240 
20 

13 
271 

244 

209 
35 
35 

213 
200 
226 
142 
102 
70 
127 
154 

269 

71 

206 
26 

246 

149 

90 

280 

213 
2 
122 
101 
14 
156 



106 

98 



35 



228 



109 

71 

99 

89 

158 

240 

38 

207 

70 



207 

66 
140 
269 



o 



3 
3 



/ 3 

3 
4 
3 

4 

3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

4 
4 

4 
4 



4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 






199 
174 



3 
3 
3 

4 
4 

4 

^ 

3 

3 

4 

4 

4 

3 

3 
4 

3 
3 
3 



78 

49 

481 

296 
691 
673 
400 
680 
135 
676 
531 
322 
459 
498 

331 
140 

589 
354 

224 

326 
366 
366 

88 
323 
217 
535 

46 
157 

58 
647 

698 

387 

314 
387 

4.'>3 
560 
276 

114 

88 
8 
663 
168 
245 
302 
224 
536 

43 



366 
531 

567 



3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 

4 

4 

4 
4 

4 

4 
4 
4 



166 

.38 

43 
392 

65 
221 

16 
459 

601 
164 

16 
213 

405 

61 

699 

221 



10 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



1.15,507 
141, 101 
143,868 
145,272 
145, 716 

142,666 
135,878 
139,650 
145. 551 
140,870 
145.550 
142,888 



6,895 
135,754 



144. 050 

143.115 
142, 981 
139,998 
138,987 

144. 051 
135,064 

138.554 
135,462 
137,755 



135,960 

142,141 

5,216 



141,300 
138,467 
141,258 

141,981 

143.399 
137.876 
134, 627 
143,656 

137,526 
5,468 

7,077 



137,047 

145.325 

135,065 
142,552 



145, 480 
139,105 
140, 871 



135.066 

138, 225 

6,682 

6,683 
6,810 

144, 497 

143, 217 

139,531 

140,109 
145,779 
135,307 

140, 608 

138,468 
13S, 988 



135.508 
1371996 
144,430 
136,204. 



Barker, G. R., GerniaDtown, Pa. Ventilator 

Same Hot-air flne for oeating furnaces 

Same Philadelphia. Pa. Ventilator for buildings 

Barker, G. W., Saint John's, Mich. Chum-dasher 

Barker, H. H., Hartford, Conn. Combined step-ladder, bench, and clothes- frame 

Barker, J. (See Baines, J. A., assignor.) 

Barker, J., CoviD^ton, Ky. Pile or fagot 

Barker, J. C, assignor of one-half interest to J. L. Branson, Chicago, 111. Folding-case . 

Barker, P. M., Grand Haven, Mich. Double-acting pump 

Barlow, G. W., New York, N. Y. Skate-fastening 

Barlow, W. A., Chicago, 111. Summer stove 

Same Culinary vessel 

Barman, I.. Portland, Oreg. Porter's box 

Barmore, B. M. {See Dick, D., assignor.) 

Barnard and Leas Manufacturing Company. (See Barnard, H. A., assignor.) 

Bamanl, C. S. and R A., West Meriden, Conn . Call-bell (Design) . 

Same Drawer-pull 

Barnard, £. A. {See Bamanl, C. S. and E. A.) 

Same same (Design.) 

Barnard, H. A., assignor to Barnard aiyl Leas Manufaotnriug Company, Moline, III. 

Smnt-miU 

Barnard, R W.^ennett Square, Pa. Cream-strainer 

Barnard, T. C, West Meriden JConn. Device for hanging picture-frames 

Barnard. W. H., Washington, D. C. Temjporarj- binder 

Barnes, C. £., Boston, Mass. Stop-mechanism for looms 

Barnes, D. A., Chicago, HI. Can -opener and pipe-cutter 

Barnes, E. F. and G. A., New Haven. Conn. Metal tuming-lathe 

Barnes, G. A. (See Barnes, E. F. and G. A.) 

Barnes, G. B., and J. A. Leasnre. Bellaire, Ohio. Sifter, mixer, and grinder fur glass stock 

Barnes, H. R., Rock Stream, N. Y. Hoe 

Same same 

Barnes, J. (See Barnes, W. F. and J., and P. Mesick.) 
Barnes, J. (See Rice & Barnes.) 

Barnes, J., assignor to self and J. Woodhonse, Holyoke, Mass. Spindle-bolster 

Barnes, P. W., Albany, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Barnes, & H., deceased, by F. L. Egbert, executrix, Now York, N. Y. Corset-spring. 

(Reissue) 

Barnes, W., et al. (See Mean, J. H., assignor.) 
Barnes, W., Maqnoketa, Iowa. Pomp- valve.. 
Barnes, W. A., Bridgeport, Conn. Fire-alarm 
Barnes, W. B., Plymouth, assignor of one-half interest to S. Talbot, Jr., Boston, Mass. 

Car-conpling 

Barnes, w. F. and J., and P. Meaiok, Rockford, HI. Bobbin-bolder for sowiug-machincs. . 
Barnes, W. G., ei al, (See Mears, J. H., assignor.) 

Bamett, J. P., Navasota, Tex. Medical compound 

Bamett, S. M., New York, N. Y. Exercising-machine 

Barney, A.,Wilmington, DeL Railway-car seat 

Barney, C. H., assignor to G. Mooney and J. Shaw, Jr., Providence, R I. Manufacture of 

globB-hoIders 

Barney, E. H., Springfield, Mass. Skate 

Barney, G., Swanton, Vt, and V. G. Barney, Charles City, Iowa. Machine for dressing 

tiles (Reissue).. 

Barney, S. E., New Haven, Conn. Ruffling (Design) . . 

Barney, V.G. (5te Barney, G. and V. G.) (Reissue.) 

Barnum, C. (See Devlan, P. S., assignor.) 

Bamnm, D. and E. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tucker for sewing-machines 

Barnum, K B. (See Barnum, D. and E. B.) 

Bamnm, H. W., Omaha, Nebr. Apparatus for compressing oast metals in a liquid state. 

Bamnm, R. (See Goodrich Sc Bamnm.) 

Bamnm, R S., assignor to H. C. Goodrich, Chicago, HI. Tnck-creasor for sowing-machines. 

Bamnm, R S., and H. C. Goodrich, said Bamum assignor to said Goodrich, Chicago, HI. 

Device for sharpening needles 

Barr, J. H. (See Likes, M., assignor.) 

Barr, R J., Pniladelphia, Pa. Steam-trap 

Barr, W.,Ypiilanti, Mich. Grater for cider-mills 

Barrett, £. and G. W., Fenimore, Tenn., assignors to W. H. Eirkpatrick, Franklin, Tenn. 

Reciprocating chum 

Barrett, R A. (See Walton ic Barrett.) 

Barrett, R A., assignor to self and J. J. Walton, New York, N. Y. Pulley -block 

Same Life-boat 

Barrett, J., New York, N. Y., assignor to D. Powers &. Sons, Lansingburgh, N. Y. Floor- 
cloth (Design).. 

Sam e Floor-oloth ( Design) . . 

Barrett, J., New York, N. Y., assignor to T. Potter, Sons Sc Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Oil- 
cloth (Design).. 

Barrett, J. C, New Canaan, Conn., assignor of one-half interest to A. E. Cowl, Patterson, 

N.Y. Thill-coupUng 

Barrett, O. D., Wasnington, D. C. Wood-screw 

Barrett, R (See Codd, H., assignor.) 

Barrett, T., New York, N. Y, Portable water-closet 

Barrett, W. A. (See Wilson, J. B., assignor.) 

Barritt,C.L., Brooklyn, N.Y. Wardrobe-bedstead 

Barron, T., Black Oak, Mo. Apparatus for unloading com from wagons 

Barrows, H. G., Benton, Me. Potato-digger 

Barrows, J. (See Brand, Barrows Sc Armstrong.) 

Barry, C. S., Providence, R L Piston-packing 

Barry, S. (See Blair & Barry.) 

Barry. S., and F. Perkins, Brunswick, Ohia Wrench 

Barsaionse, J., and R Graham, Kingsbury, assignors to G. A. Prescott, Sandy Hill, 

N. Y. Machine for extracting spikes 

Barsalonx, J. (See Prescott & Barsaloux.) 

Barsaloux. J., and G. A. Prescott, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Slab and siding holder for sawmills 

Barstow, A. C., Providence, R L Cooking-stove 

Barth, G. M.. assignor to self and A. Sauer, Philadelphia, Pa. Window 

Barth, H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for planing stereotype-plates 



Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


i 


• 

'u 


e 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 


Feb. 4,1873 
July 22, 1873 
Oct. 21,1873 
Dec. 9,1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 


103 
699 
449 
215 
621 


33 
234 
149 

74 
204 


135 

93 

435 

615 

cr2 


Sept. 9,1873 
yeh. 18,1873 
Juno 10, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 


311 
467 
194 
473 
467 
473 
503 


lai 

150 
63 

im 

158 
154 
172 


4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 


279 
190 
641 
647 
65 
647 
305 


Sent 30, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 






4 

3 


354 


340 


109 


166 


Oct 28.1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
Oct 28. 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 


627 
700 
590 
511 
475 
628 
532 


207 
240 
200 
162 
149 
207 
172 


4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 


460 
.131 
323 
673 
560 
460 
78 


May 6,1873 
Fob. 4,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 


79 

66 

443 


25 

21 

138 


3 
3 
3 


504 
132 
417 


Feb. 18,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 


530 
689 


175 
226 


3 
4 


195 
217 


Jan. 7, 1873 


•206 


66 


3 


23 


July 29^1873 
May 6,1873 


905 
3 


297 

1 


4 

3 


118 
498 


July 29, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 


862 
522 


282 
173 


4 
4 


114 
195 


Oct 7, 1873 
Apr. 15. 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 


2 
547 
119 


39 


4 
3 
3 


381 

426 

16 


Oct 14,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 


235 
232 


79 
71 


4 
3 


408 
387 


July 1,1873 
Dec. 30,1873 


195 


65,66 


4 
4 


24 
698 


Mar. 25, 1873 


633 


209 


3 


326 


Doc. 9, 1873 


264 


88 


4 


619 


Jan. 21,1873 


532 


172 


3 


78 


Sept 9,1873 


215 


70 


4 


271 


Dec 16,1873 
May 20, 1873 


401 
581 


132 
182 


4 
3 


642 

568 


July 15, 1873 


468 


158 


4 


66 


Jan. 12,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 


533 

892 


173 
282 


3 
3 


78 
471 


May 27, 1873 






3 
3 


,586 


May 27, 1873 






586 


Aug. 19. 1873 






4 


185 


Nov. 11, lerj 
Sept 30, 1873 


280 

784 


95 
271 


4 

4 


513 
354 


June 3,1873 


74 


25 


3 


615 


Juno 24, 1873 
Doc. 23, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 


634 
677 
757 


199 
221 
244 


3 
4 
3 


691 
676 
108 


July 8, 1873 


245 


83 


4 


39 


May 6,1873 


4 


1 


3 


498 


May 20, 1873 


476 


150 


3 


560 


Feb. 4,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Nov. 11, 18T.1 
Feb. 25, lerj 


103 
661 
229 
756 1 


.33 
209 

76 
244 


3 
3 
4 
3 


136 
445 
508 
224 



i3s,tmi 

HI, 037 



UNITED STATES PATEHT OFFICE, 1873. 
AlpJutbetioal lilt of jMlenleet for the fear 1873— Continued. 



Kimo, ToaliloDoe, a 



B*rUi,H.,CiDoiiiuti,Ofala. Slsp^f Under piiDtliiK-pr«a 

B*rtlwl, A. E., muliDor to aslf and A. B. Bary, Detroit, Hloh. Tap ai 
Butbel.P,,Frankrort-Dii-tbe-MBiD.Oaniiany. TnaUoKandialt.... 
BartW]tJ-._HiJl8borou^h. WH, Tiltidgfhalr 



Barthok.- 

Rartle, W.p'Franliiln,'?*!™!, 

Barlle, W. 8., Newark, N, T. Rotair ti 



•r, a W.. Loaieburgh. N. C. 



D- L., aaalgnor 

D.L.,Om^abi 

B. o. \r., tMKigi 



iiMe,R.L Disb'Waaher 

~LOT toBartletliRnbbins & Co., Baltimore, MJ. Bipaiuloa-batt. ■ . 

i»biiri[b,N.Y. Paokloa-boi .. 

_, ..„_...., -..J:. . « ipany, Providence, It. L UeUtod 



Bartlet^D.L., 

BartleM,D.L., __, 

Bartlelt, E. O. W.. aaaigsor to Provldeni 

fonninff nw^vera tar\a > ■ < ■ 
Bartlett^i:. K., et o^. 
BartletC, J. (See Ft 
Baitlett. J. E.. Bostn 

Same Ue> 

BaTt]etl,J.J.,New 



ee KoKsni, 1. R, aengnor.) 

1, J, it: UMipioc.) 

[aaa. Dumptngtcow 

k S. Y. CompoaitloD (or forinltig at 



. JuDOHim 



]tartlett,N.BayonneCity,N.J,»».lgnMtoseif'iil'aG"'\vifVl,"Eliiii»tb,K.J/'U^ 

BiirtlttC, Bobbins iCo.''V5«'a«reit.'DXiMi([n'or.i 

Itan1ett,W. E.-uulgnorto the North British Rnblwr Company, (IlmKed.) EdiobnrKh. 
North BriUln. fraoUon-whoel "....... ..ZT. .7^... : 



Barton, I.. WiTliamaparl. Pa. Steam genernMr 

BaHou, IT., Union City, Uloh. Uacblse for tbiaahiug and hnniDg clorer 

Same Tbraihlng-machloB 

Barton, R T., New Haven, CopD, Brlek.maehinB 

Barton. S., Jr.. London, Eugland. Diatrlliatlng-appantaii tm «rd«a-bo«e,syrtDgtH,fto.. 

Barton, W.e..Ba«tHaniplon,Caiin. Lalbe^liuDk foralelgh-belU 

Bftrwlck,M.J.,New Yort, N. y. Flre-damiwr for wlndoira 

Bai7,J " "J--"— <■-' ■ T — . • 






oekeUB. . , 

. [Su Backnam. A. C, a»i„__. 
L, aulgnor of one-balf Interest 



'bobbin for aplnnlng.macbim 

A. r. Chapln, Topeka,KBnB. Shlrt.bow)ni 



"..New York, N.Y. Firo-praof et 



■aT^rSlI 



tt potatoes, A 



..(Reliaoe.) 



Bas»etl,T.a, (See Baasettti., aailgoor) 

Banronl.A.. Fort Wayne. lad. Lemon-uueeiar, Jfc 
BaiietL., Mew York. V.Y. GalTaolo batUi^ 

Same Propelling canal-boaU and otber Teasela . 

Bastlne. A. J. {Sh Cro«.J. U., asalinior> 

Baeye,H.T., OynnbDrgh,Tenn. Bin r< 

Same Potato-plow. 

Balaillfl. A., New York. N. Y. Gridlt^n 

Batchrlrier, A. K., Newboryport, Maes. Tor 

Batcbelder.D.O.. Salem, Mass. Macblno fw making aheet-lead 

Balcheider.J.H. andaj.Sargent, Llnoaln,Tt. Wash-boiler 

Balcbeller. F.S., ProyldBnce.Tl.1. Platter cast (Design).. 

Bale.W.B.,CbaTlraiown,Uasi. Self-cloalng faucet 

Bale, W. a. PhUiulelpbIa, P'k Compoand fancet . 

Same BeHp ' " '■ 



ir bolldlDg . . 



--.jpodtlon fo 

BaUM. C. K., Sooth Deerlleld, Mass. Tobacc 

Bates, P.O. (»ic Bodter & Balcs.J 

Bati>«, F. G.. Springfield, Mass., assignor lo 



!t and Slter . . 
-transplanter. 



Balea. P. L., Bremonri, Tei. Cotton oaltivato 
Bales, G. (&<MantarD,R.. Jr., aMlguor.l 
Bal*s,G.G.,NewYork,N./ Packing or show a 



BaMs, H. W., Allston, Mass. Carpotcleaner 

Bates. J.C., Cold 6piibg,N. Y. Window sub ventllatoi 



meeting rails of sa 



137, 2K) Bales, S. D., LewiBbargh. and a W. Mnrray, asalgnori (o Marray. Dongall & Co., UIIIOD, 

; Batoa,T.L. (Srw Wil8tl,0.'L.'iiii™nVi 

lU. 610 > Batea, T. S.. Boilon, Ma 



_~. Copper-plato printing. 

Rales. W.,Bunilein.EnElwid. Covered Tosael .... 
Bally, J,, Manchester, N, J, Meat-chopi 
Batty, a M., assignor to W. K. Miller, Cii_ 
BatwelI.E., Tpstliwll, Uicb. Uorse.collar 
BstieI.E., P1illBde1phla,l'a. Hose-bridga 
Bandvin, A. E P., Paris, Franco. Alloy lo 



Ohio. Harvealer . 



, _. ^milton, Ohio. Lathe-r«et 

3r,J., HHlgnortoC, M.and J.U. Xhebenlh, Newark, N.J. Gigai 
IT, L,, San Pranclaco, Cal. Cbannallug and edging tool 



Dee, 9. l-tn 



. Apr. U, II 
. May ST. II 



Peb. 45,18 
May 8,18 
July 1,18 



L0lbles,aui 

lob Company, Mlddlstown, 



Apr. 1, IB 

Dec 16, IS 

Sept. 13, 18 



12 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FBOM THE 



Aljpkabetioal list o/patenteeififr the year 187^— Continued. 



Ka 



5,217 
135,962 
145,327 
136,956 

139, 357 
135,306 
141,632 
145,328 
145,384 

6,340 
139, 757 
138, 311 

139,039 
1:M,968 
137,527 
136, 957 

138,840 



134, 507 
143, 609 



143. S69 
139,534 



6,971 
145, 084 



145, 481 
5,262 

5,272 
137,123 

138,841 
135,509 

135, 510 

6,617 

143. 318 

140,807 
135,620 
143, 657 

5,423 

134,508 
134,509 

137,528 

5,427 

136,896 
140, 397 
141,255 
141,023 
141,624 
145, 482 
140, 671 
142,836 
i:)6, 580 
145,385 
136,482 

140,873 

143. 319 
145,273 
136,125 

142, 430 



136,299 
135,259 

141,983 

141, 984 



Name, resideiice, and InvenUon. 



Bangh, A. M. (See Held Sc Baneh.) 
Baagh, J. (See BraytOD & Bau^.) 

Baughman, D. C. Tiffin, Ohio. Thraahing.maohine <Beia8ao). 

Baugtaman, H., Dora's Gold Mines, S. C. Saw-gummer 

Same Sa\r-gomming machine 

Baaghman, J., andB.R.Chalk, Monut Washington, Md. Chair , 

Baaghman, S. S. (See Straaser. Wm assignor.) 

Baumann, A., London, England. Piston-viUve for steam-engines 

Baamann, F. F., Cambridge, Mass. Shoemalcer's edge-plane 

Baumann, H. W., Memphis, Tenn. Baling-press 

Baumgartner, F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carriage-curtain fastener 

Boxendale, S., Boston, Mass. Lubricating packing for Journals, shafting, &c 

Baxter, O. H., et <U. tSee Morrill, J. A., assignor.) 

Baxter,L J., Peekskill, N. Y. Heating-stove ...- (Design). 

Baxter, J. C, Washington, D. C. Manufacture of wine 

Baxter, J. T., Finksburgh, assignor of one-half interest to W. A. McKellip, Westminster, 

Md. Car-replaoer 

Baxter, J. W., Vevay, Ind. Dental drill 

Baxter, T. W., Chicago, 111. Method of setting black diamonds 

Baxter, W. D., assignor to Sands & Baxter, New York, NTT. Pump 

Bayard, E., and B. A. Mason, New York, N. Y. Glass-furaace 

Bayer, C. J. (See Olds, H. D., assignor.) 

Bayles, A. G., and J. W. H. Canoll, New York, and G. D. Miner, WUliamsburgh, N. Y. 

folding bedstead 

Bayley, C. E. (See McKay, W., assignor.) 
Baylie, T. S. (See Foster, Baylie & Harbin.) 
Bayliss, E., et aL (See Hodges, P. F., assignor.) 
Bayliss, E., Masaillon, Ohio. Stump-extractor 



Bayliss, E., J. O. Brown, and F. T. Lomont, assignors to selves and P. F. Hodges, Massil- 
Ion, Ohio. Harvesting-machine 



Bay State Suspender Company. (See Potter Sc Smith, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Basan, F. (See M6gy, De Echeverria &, Bazau.) 

Bacin, E., Paris, France. Dredging-apparatus . . 



Bazin, J. A., Canton^asa. Folding stereoscope 

Bazsoni, L. J. (See Brown, G. B., assignor.) 
Beach, E. (See Bead, H. F. jisaignor.) 

Beach, E. R., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-buraer .(Desisn).. 

Beach, H. L., assignor to Beach Wheel Horse-Rake Manufocturing Company, New York, 

N.Y. Scroll saw 7.......... 

Beach Patent Shifting Carriage-Seat Manufacturing Company. (See Beach, S. W., as- 
signor) (Reissne.) 

Beach, Jl. C, and G. A. Berrv, Tidionte, Pa. Window-blind slat-adjuster 

Beach, S. W., Ypsilanti, Mich., assignor to Beach Patent Shiitlng Carriage-Seat Manu- 
facturing (Company. Clamping movable seats for carr&ges . (Reissue.) 

Same Whij^-socket (Reissue) . , 

Beach, T., assignor ol one-half interest to J. C. McClelland, Freeport, Pa. Air-pump 

and engine , 

Beach, T. S., New York, N. Y. Explosive compound 

Beach, W. H., and C. N. Hanson, assignors to selves, H. F. White, and W. W. Smith, Ham- 
burgh, Iowa. Earth-auger 

Same Mean s for operat i n g ea rth - augers 

Beach Wheel Horse-Rake Manufacturing Ompany. (See Beach, H. L., assignor.) 

Beagle, H., jr., PhUadelphia, Pa. Hames-top (Design).. 

Beats, J. C, Searsport, Me. Marine drag 

Beals, J. M. (i$te Robertson, A. S., assignor.) 

Beam, J. A., California, Mo. Egg-carrier 

Beamisdarfer, J., sr., Campbellstown, Pa. Railway -gates 

Bean, B. F., Pawling, Pa. Mail-pouch holder and catcher for railways 

Bean, D. {See Whoeldon, W. A., assignor.) 

Bean, E. E., Abington, assignor by mesne assignment to the Shoe-Machinery Manufac- 
turing Con^pany, Boston, Mass. " Wax-thread sewing-machine (Reissue) . . 

Bean, K. E., Boston, Mass. Wax-thread sewing-machine 

Bean, E. E., Boston, andF. Bean, Medford, assignors to Consolidated Wax-Thread Sew- 
ing Company, Boston, Mass. Wax-thread sewing-machine 

Bean, E. E., Boston, ana F. Bean, Medford, Mass. Wax-thread sowing-machine 

Bean, F. (See Bean, E. E. and F.) 

Bean, J. H., assignor to F. W. Brown, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tucker for sewing-machines. 

(Reissue.) 

Bean, J. H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Shank-laster for shoemakers 

Same. ..... .Blower for gas-engines • 

Same Lasting-tool 

Same Tucker for sewing-machines 

Same Magazine fire-arm 1 

Same Tucker for sewin g-machines 

Bean, J. H., Macon, 111. Horse hay-rake % 

Same Apparatus for elevating and loading hay 

Bean, J. M., Watertown, Mass. Elevator 

Bean, R. E., lYankiin, N. H. Game-apparatus 

Bean, S. L., and L. Mills, Galesburgh, 111., assignors to Brown, Harris & Hopkins, New 

York, N. Y. Door and gate spring 

Beard, E. J., Saint Louis, Mo. Band or hoop-tie for cotton^bales 

Beanl, G. N., Saint Louis, Mo. Cotton-bale tie 

Same same 

Beard, M. M., Canton, Miss. Wash-boiler 

Beard, W. L. (See Rosin, H. C, assignor.) 

Beardsley, C. T., assignor to self and G. O. Catlin, Ansonia, Conn. Needle-threader for 

sewing-machines Z 

Beardsley, J. H., et oL (See Clark & Lilliendahl, assignors.) 

Bearse, L M., Boston, Mass. Deck-light v;*VV'i' 

Bearoley, J., aasignor to Tapley Heel-Buraishiug Association, Lynn, Mass. Method of 

burnishing boot and shoo neels by machinery 

Bcarsley, J., and J., Jr., assignors of one-half interest to G. W. Keene, Lynn, Mass. 

cL'inery for burnishing the sole-edges of boots and shoes 

Same same 



Date. 



Jan. 7, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

May 27,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Aug. 12, lerj 
Dec 9,1873 
Dec 9,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
June 10, 1873 

Apr. 20, 1873 
May 30, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 



May 13, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Oct 14.1873 

Sept. 30, 1873 
June 3,1373 

Nor. 4,1873 
Dec 2,1873 

Dec. 16, 1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
May 13, 1873 

Feb. 4,1873 
Feb. 4,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Oct 14,1873 



May 27, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Jan. 7. 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Ma- 



May 
Mar. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
July 
Sept 
Mar. 
Dec. 



27,1873 
18,1873 

1,1873 
29,1873 
12,1873 
12,1873 
16, 1873 

8,1873 
16, 1873 
11,1873 

9, 1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
Dec. 9,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 



Sept 2,1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Jan. 28,18TJ 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



I 

CO 



906 
531 
?65 
543 

817 
758 
202 
966 
309 



301 

977 
519 
142 
234 
544 



344 

4 

196 

831 
76 



43 



402 

848 
445 

703 
345 

104 
105 



tc 



67 
175 

89 
179 

261 

245 

64 

89 



93 

307 
164 
142 
71 
179 



106 

2 
66 

(285 

{286 

2S 



Official 
Gazette. 



873 

415 
224 
236 



903 

6 

7 
235 



908 
494 
51 
860 
203 
204 
403 
294 
462 
220 
308 



13 



132 

273 
145 

233 



33 
33,34 



S99 

140 
70 

80 



291 
2 

3 
72 



293 
164 

18 
281 

64 

64 
132 

99 
157 
73,74 
104 



112 


37 


470 


159 


874 


299 


216 


74 


690 


233 


94 


31 


840 


272 


721 


230 


.'124 


173 


525 


174 



e 



3 
3 
4 
3 

3 
3 
4 

4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
4 



4 
4 



3 
3 

3 
3 



3 

3 
4 

4 
3 
4 



3 
3 



3 



3 
3 
4 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

4 
3 

4 



bfl 



23 

195 
619 
307 

505 
109 
159 
619 
623 

.38 
649 

478 
563 
71 
387 
307 



536 

8 
405 

358 
615 

478 
589 

642 

116 
174 

331 
536 

1.36 
136 

471 
362 

61 
157 
408 



60i 

8 

8 
387 



602 
303 

12 
114 
159 
160 
642 

43 
302 
272 
623 



3 
4 
4 
4 
3 


254 
66 
362 
615 
219 


4 


250 


3 


231 


3 


105 


4 
4 


195 
195 



138, lea 

134, 4M 
5,515 
13S,fiOS 
111,103 



141, 19T 

135, KM 
130,515 
6,tm 



I3»,3ia 

HI. 411 

1.14.7113 
135, M» 

114,137 



XJKITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 18T3. ■ 
Alphabetical IM of palenteeifor the utar 1873 — CoDtinued. 



B«atty, U. F.. Boston, Uasi 



B«HalieD. L. 

■anl.'lJ..' 

G. P., Bnwli]; 



iktt. K. I. Wagliing-niacliiua 



'agliing-niacl 



. Collar-pw).. 
.k]vn,N. y, PortAblerxn- 
ladclpbla. Pl UUilirsi 
(a Gorhani Mun"'— '- 



Boek. C. UBiienor to . _. _ . 

Heck, H., anlgaar to wlf Bnd U. Kn-id, Detroit, 

Bwk, M., aod C. Scbneldt. PblladelphU. Pn. Boot-urnBliliig npparatiu 

BeckenbKDgli. J. r., Spduefleld, HI. Dnugbt^qoBUier 

Beoker, A^TooWne. III. WMh Iwiler 

Beeksr.E-J.M.. New York, N.Y. CentrirogiU-maoliIiie 

B«jker,P..PhUadelphia,Pii. Saddle-tree 

Beckett, J. K.aeHlenor to self BDdCKPBTaon.CiuliiDi, Ue. Slnel-nllws] 

Beckley, J.. SUlee, Iowa, Chora 

».-, T ._j r ,..,. — ,.,_.„_... ™,_ stove-ptpo*lbow Diftdiine... 



i?sn 



Beckwilb, J. ^.. Albion, N. T. »tove-plp« abelr. .. 
Backnitb. L. E,. Port Jcrvie, N. Y. Safetyhoek Cur filing papen 
Beckwlth, P. I)., Dowaglac. MIoh. HpflttDg-Bl»i'« - - 

BeBk«IUi.R.E.,Naah»a,>r. II. Suh-futene 



Beekwith, S. T.. Brooklyn, N. Y.. as^gaar to self and 1. B. Carpenter, New Bmi 

CoTreacv and poataEe-atanip bolder 

Bedell, O. t., New York, N. Y., auignor by mesne i 

and R Striber. Ege-carrier 

Bedell, a D., Now YoiVn.Y. lYuit-baakat 

BedeaseiD, AL (Set BoeHD & Beiiessem.) 
Beddow, T., aod A^T. JaeVson, New Albaoy, Ind. 



Beebe, O. V. (See Beebe, J. M. 
Beebe, E. W., Evuniivllle, Wi 

Beebe, 

Boecber, C. T., Betbany, Conn. 



yCity Heighta, N.J. Lanlom.. .".'.' "II 'I.' ".".'!; 

liBiiorloBeTf apii^C,V.BBeb«,_Caesatlag»,K.T. 



I. M., PiBDtsvllIe, 






Beecher.ll. M.,'we.t fieridon, 

.nring Company, (att Boeeker. 



3r Uimufkotnrlng Company, Weat Ueri- 



>r maklDj aileclipa 

. „. ker. 11. ul aulEaai.) 

Beecrotl, N.D..BaDBnr,Me. Hoa 

Beekmim, A.,NewYnrk,N. Y. Propelling beaCa 

Same Sleiun«ii^De 

Boekman, J. V., asalgnDr Is eelf nod J. A. Ligbtball. Sraoklyi>, N. Y. Itolary ataaio-qigbK 
Uame Feed water beater : 



Beeknian, W. T., Peterabnrgb, 111. Etevallng and tntnaferrlug ipporatna of mllway-ears 
Beelman, J. H. (Srt Snyder. U. C. aiwiEEor.) 
Beer.C. (Sm Bookalaller, G., aaefgnor.T 
Beerlirower, S. D. {Sa Tboinpaon & Beerbrower.) 

I;.i ri. i,.W.,]lrldBeport,Conn. C urlalnWiture 

IIl.'I' .I.B..3anPtHnriaoo.Cal. Artltlcial crowns fortieth 

]|.>. T s . .s.. Urbana, Obio, and J. W. McUoDald. JlnaKtoD, Tei. Pullcoiowi'a baton 

llC'.-li^ J.,awugnort«d. S<riltli,Pblladelpbla,Pa. neallng.Blors (Dealgn). 

B<'>"l<'v Tm Uiiecntino, Inwa. Balnncoi] alido-valvfl 

BiSW[iJ.,PbllBdolplil«,Pii. Saw«t 

B^ga, JqChleajfD, 111. Sleuni boiBling-^pparatos 

BeE^J. |»>£lc1iardH«]&l)ebel.) 

Bidial, J.,Itaokford, III. nsalgnor to aelf and C it Klcbai^aon, Earlvilte.III. Culliyolor. 

Bahet, J., Rockronl. III. Maunractare or ciilUvator-tectli 

Belderliaw,B,D.. New York. H.Y. Handle of spoon*, rorka, As (Dealgn). 

Belderhaae, B D., and C. Wltlecli, Mew York, K. Y. DeTiee for prodadng poarlfiulsli 

on mplalllD anrfacea 

Same Derice for prodndns satin Hoiab on netalli« Barlkoea 

Bell, B. P., Peoria. 111. leo-crenm frecier 

BelBsel, S.. Sbaniokin, Pft. Meat-holder ■, 

Belohar.W..Bdministntor. (Ah Allmder, J.) (Extension.) 

Belilen, J. C, <( dl. {See Hart, J., asslenor ) 

fi«l6gnla.B.U..I>nris,Fnuiee. Sblp'aball 

Helfonl, I., Caldwell, Oblo. naDd-rt«t 

Belrotd,8. (ate Hardenbrook A Belford ) 

Belknap and Bunthsin ManufnutnriDg Company. {8re Lnwa, A.D., aaai| 











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30, 
















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3, 


m 




33, 


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873 


UayW, 


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10,1973 



Mol>fl< 

„ J. a. Mobile, Ala. Ke(lect_ 

Uell,A.lI.,CedHr FhIUIowo. Bod-lmttom 

Same Bac. bolder mi elilDe-scBlea 

Bel), C &, « ot. (SMSliiB8er,G.,aa.iguor.) 
Bell, F. G., Mew York, assignor la S.l!.Cox, IIa% 

Be'!^^D.;W»tt«Wo 

Dell. N. and H,. Wlnfi 



iR atUohment for g(w-bnmcn.. . 



'eratraw, N. Y. Loatbcr-dreaaiQ;! ce 



— »..,_„„...Billerick, LauiBvillo.Ky. Idler Ibr belt.gearing 

Bell. T.G., Brooklyn, N.Y. Thimble for abip's rigging 

Bell. T. G., Brooklyn. N. Y., aasignor to J. J. Vallon, Now York, N. Y. RigiSngBl 

BelLT.U.,Nawirork,N.Y. UeUllIc bottom for niilkcana 

T^ UlnuaapollsTklnn. ilarreltmek 

" ■ ' "-— " ^ -.aBlenor.) 

m.lll. Tlre-llsbtener 



u, v., jiinueap 

11, W. 0.. t at 
llBlra,W.andW.uii 

llvmere, A. <,SM Frontier s iieiioni 

llemere^ J, F., and F. B. lli-er, KcadiDK, Pn. 
Same Sleeve or patch (ur stapiiiBg 



Nov. 18, isn 

Jnly 32, 1913 



liW 



14 



INDEX OF. PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabeiical list of patentees for the year 1873— Con tinned. 



No. 



144, 498 

138,119 
142, 761 

138,958 

137,407 

145. 085 
138, 313 
141,310 

138, 367 

140, 571 

141.105 
137,284 
142,669 

144,834 
142,763 



134,840 
137,880 
138,844 

143, 321 



138,368 



136,206 
143, 869 
135,311 

138,990 

142. 142 
13.'>, 260 
140,808 



142,194 

5,667 

136,959 

140. 874 

140. 875 
140,876 
140,877 
141, 985 
1A743 
145,612 
138,180 

136.031 
136,022 

137, 651 
140,878 
139,653 
142, 074 
145, 981 

144.183 
135, 622 
140, 001 
145,330 
145, 146 
145, 834 
134,583 

141,028 

136,960 

137,820 
139,288 
142,609 

144, 432 
142,553 

135.361 
142,984 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Bellido, F. D., New York, N. Y. Antoraatio water-meter 

Bcllincer, E., IHon, N. Y. Compoflltion for kindling Are (Exteosion) . . 

Bellifl, w., IndianapoiiA, Ind. Shaft-haneer 

Bellowa, S. H., Middletown, Conn. Macninist's gauge 

Belmont Glass Works. {See Hobbs, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Beman, W. £., assignor of two-thirda interest to M. Sampson, Portland, Me. Car-cxiup- 

ling 

Bement, W. B., Pliiladelphia, Pa. Fe(>ding-devicc for panching-macliinos 

Bemis, F. (See Grossman, C. P., assignor.) 

Bemis, W. C, Springfield, Mass. Wrench 

Benda, J., Yatton, Iowa. Medical compoand or liniment 

Bender, C, New York, N. Y., C. H. Latrobe, Baltimore, Md., and C. S. Sinitli, Saint Loui«, 

Mo. Iron bridge 

Bender, H. F. W. (See Lorenx & Bender.) 

Benecke, L., Bninswick, Mo. Bracket 

Benedict and Bnmham Mannfacturing Company. (See Ualias &. Wooden, assignors.) 

Same (See Weeden, W. N., assignor.) 

Benedict, H., Philadelphia, Pa. Bed-l)ottom : 

Benedict, I. (See Wright Sc Benedict.) 

Benjamin, A., Newark, N. J. Hardening steel wire and thin sheets of 8t«el 

Benjamin, E., assignor of half interest to S. W. Pease, Chicago, III. Sawingmnchine . . . 

Beniamin, E., assignor to self and S. W. Pease, Chicago, 111. Cutter-head 

Bei\ amin, G. T. (See Be SilTa &, Benjamin.) 

Ben, amin, O. D., Toledo, Ohio. Billiard-cue clamp 

Benkendorff, F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sewing-case 

Benneckendorf, A. (See Brnnjes 6c Benneckendorf.) 
Benner, J. (See Kitaon &. Benner.) 

Bonner, L. B., assignor to self and Northend Sc Foster, Boston, Mass. Car-starter 

Benner, L. D., Boston, Mass. Whip-socket - . 

Benner, L. D., Boston, Mass., assignor to Union Pai>er-Bag Couii>any, Pennsylvania. ) 

Paper-bag machine 3 

Benner, L. D., Boston, MaM. Paper bag 

Benner, S. T., et oL (See Brandeis, S.jas8ignor.) 

Bennett, E. R., et al. (See Powell, A. H., assignor.) 

Bennett, I)., et aL (See McPherson, W. H., assignor.) 

Bennett, D., Baldwin Township, and M. Krebs and J. Haley, assignors to the Crystal 

Glass Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Glass-mold can-iage 

Bennett, E. R. (See Wood, J., assignor) ( Reissue.) 

Bennett, G.W., Smith ville,Ind. Apple- i>arer,oorer, &c 

Bennett, J., El Paso, 111. Washing-machine 

Bennett, J. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Rotary steam-engine 

Bennett, J. G., et oL (See Davies, H. J ., assignor.) 

Bennett, J. M. C, assignor to self and W. C. Bennett, Ovid, Mich. Metallic sweat and 

collar pad 

Bennett, Tj. D., Williraantio, Conn. Car-coupling 

Bennett, M. J., Braddocks, Fa. Molasses Jug or pitcher 

Bennett, S., New Orleans, La. WaU^r-elevator 

Bennett, T. (See Miller & Bennett.) 

Bennett, W. C. i^ee Bennett, J. M. C, assignor.) 

Bennett, W. W., J ersey City, N. J. iHano-forte 

Bennor, J. (See McLean Sc Bennor.) 

BennorrJ., assignor bv mesne assignment to N. D. Stoops and J. B. Myers, Philadelphia, 

Pa. Extension-table for sewing-machines (Reissue) . . 

Bennor, J., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of half interest to J. N. McLean. Extension-table 

for sewing-machines 

Bennor, J., assignor to N. D. Stoops and J. K Myers, Philadelphia, Pa. Sowing-machine 
table 

Same Sewing machine table 

Same same 

Same Extension-table for sewing-machines 

Same Sewing-machine table 

Same same 

Same same 

Benseman, W., and E. Slocum, Washington, D. C. Machine for affixing stamps to letters . 

Benson, J. (See Benson, S. & J.) 

Benson. J., and A. H. Watkins, Boston, Mass. Vapor-burner s 

Same same 

Benson, L. L., et al. (See Williams, H. B., assignor.) 
Benson, S. and J., Centralia, 111. Steam -injector 



Date. 



Benson, W. H., WaTnesborougb, Va. Device for transferring motion 
Bentley, J. H., Camoridge, Mass. Paper-file box 



Benton, J. F., i>enn Yan, N. Y. Plow^ 

Bentz, J ., Parkersbnrgh, W. Va. Steam-cooker 

Berger, A. (See JacoDsen & lierger.) 

BerghauM^n, IS., and A. L. Kiesling, Cologne, Germany. Railway-car heater 

Bergner, G., Washington, Mo. Apple-parcr 

Bergstresser, E. L., Hublersburgh, Pa. Photography 

Bergtold, L., Buffiilo, N. Y. Muff stand .,... 

Bering, J. E., Ncwburgh, N. Y. Car-axle box .*. . . 

Same Car-axle lubricator 

Berkey, I)., Huntington, Ind. Vapor-stove for heating soldering- ironin 

Bernard, W. M. (See Coftee & Bernard.) 

Berndt, B., assignor to Riley &. Maitland, William sport. Pa. Saw-mill 

Bemer, English &, Over. (See King. J., assignor.) 

Bemey, A., Jersey City, N. J. Process for using anthracite-coal dust or slack as fuel in 

locomotive-boilers , 

Same Proo4»ss of using anthracire coal-dust as fuel in furnaces 

Same Artificial fuel and methods of burning the same 

Berns, L., Middletown, N. Y. Lamp 

Berry, G. A. (See Beach & Berry.) 

Berry, G. E.. and F. C. Pingree, Detroit, Mich. Automatic hatchway-guard 

Berry, J. I., Williamsport, Pa. Sbook-holder 

Berry, L. H. (See Richards &. Berry.) 

Berry, S., New York, N. Y. Washnig-machine 

Berry, W. J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lantern 



Nov. 11, 1873 
Dec. 13, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 



Mar. 18, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 

Dec 3,1873 
Apr. 39, 1873 

July 39, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 

July 8, 1^73 

July 22, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Nov. 2.'5. 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 

Jan. 14. 1873 
Apr. 15,1873 

May 13, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 



May 20, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
July l'), 1873 



Aug. 20, 1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



July 

July 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Oct 

Dec. 

Apr. 



1.5, 1873 
15, 1873 
15, 1873 
15, 1873 
19,1873 
21, 1873 
16,1873 
22,1873 



Feb. 18, 1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 

Apr. 8, 1873 
July 15,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec. 30,1873 



Nov. 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 



4,1873 
11,1873 
17, 1873 

9,1873 

2,1873 
23,1873 

7,1873 



July 22, 187J 



Mar. 18,1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
May 27, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 



p. 



381 



774 
402 



M4 

113 

44 

979 

906 
1,022 

212 

703 

5 

314 

576 
403 

321 
549 

347 

875 



1,023 

757 
450 
760 



478 
690 
722 
415 



731 



761 

545 

470 
471 
472 
472 

526 
342 
521 
775 






95 



247 
136 



180 
37 

14 



297 
322 

71 



2 
104 

196 
136 



103 
172 
107 
108 
299 



322 

245 
150 
245 



151 
227 
231 
141 



241 



257 

180 

1.10 
159 
160 
160 
174 
114 
171 
247 



OflScial 
Gazette. 



> 



4 

4 
3 
4 



3 
3 

4 

3 

4 
3 



4 

3 
4 

4 
4 



3 
3 

3 

4 



584 


192 


585 


192 


338 


105 


473 


160 


196 


64 


630 


207 


875 


284 


6 


2 


226 


71 


514 


163 


268 


90 


100 


33 


719 


236 


79 


25 


634 


213 


545 




501 




766 




263 


86 


230 


77 


216 


70 


722 


231 


592 


201 



3 
4 
3 



3 
4 

3 
4 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



3 
3 
3 
4 

4 
4 

3 
4 






513 
614 
454 

297 



307 
366 

5H9 

478 

118 
482 

37 

94 
3.57 
279 

558 
297 

46 
426 

536 

362 



482 

224 
435 
109 



560 

218 

105 

61 



221 



574 

307 

66 

66 

66 

66 

195 

426 

6.52 

454 

199 
199 

396 
66 
641 
213 
703 

479 
157 
673 
619 
.593 
680 
13 

88 



307 
422 
.590 
275 

509 
271 

105 
323 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 

Jlphabetioal lift of patentees forihe gear 1973— Continned. 



15 



i:»,3i3 

lap, 783 



H4,M9 



i3§,4n) 

«,S38 

113, aee 



IIP, Ml 

ij5,(rTO 

135. IM 



lli:rr\ iiLiii, B. A. (,S,-r. l\-nlir.fii.iil t Bom-ianii.) 
BoTrymiui. It. A„ Saint LoaiH. Mo. Cnrriue-mle uiil ai! 

BerTjmiin, h. A., and A. B. W»keflrfd. Saint Loui^ Mo ..^^ . 

SerryniHD, K., HartfoTd. Conn. Feed-water heatur oud condcmwr . . 






Bertetaon, A., Weit Salem, Wl». HplllDg raaohino 

Berthot, A., and P. Laberio, aulgnon of ono-rourtli interest to I». "P. Whllo, Now Oilei 
L». Filwr-diBlntegrator 



ic-hslf latcrrst to S. 



PhiiadeliibiB, Va. 



BetteTsworth. A _ 

Betlti, A. (.Sm Graham, J, F., aMignor.) "' " 

Betlosworth, G. IV., Cedar Haiilda, Iowa. Numerical fllloa.cnae 

" " . -- - - ... n..... «.,.„, ^jjjouuj, Device for cluDKinB til 



BeCta, A.. aOBigoor to E. and A. Bv'cta, Vi 



Botls. K.,tt ai. (Sa Betls. A.. asaJEDOr.) 

BetlftO. W..8hadoville.Ohio. Lsiidniarkot 

Bella, L. F, I-biladetphia, Pa. Lantern 

Betta, R. V., aulKDor to self and O. ]■. Dunuan, New York, N. Y. Collar-box. 

Bevelinder, B., Boeton, Haaa. NallseparaUn); maebice 

Same Macbine for aBsortlng nails 

neTnn.T.,LoDehbomuEb,aMignor tA J. Unndella, NaItingbain,Ent;land. Mo 

nolline Ibe aelTaEra of knit fabrlos 

Bex, T. H., Syracuse^ N. Y. iDatniment for BiliniblatoriDg balla to animal*... 
Bibb,B.C. (5«Klotc.P.,a»algtior.) 

Bibb,W.C..IifBd<aan,(Ja. InaLtt-deitroyini! rompound. 

Blfll!Pl.H.,Uve "■--" "-'■-- — -" 



"c, l^rialoi 



to L. Fagln. trualeo. ClneinnKll, Ohio. 



..CoDcaTsfortbral 



I. Pa. ThraxhinR 






-., aHienoT.) 
' Wood sere' 



Blorboner. J., aMlRnor of one-balf Intereat to A. KauffinaD, PliUadelpbia, Pa. OuM- 

convoying attachmenta for tliraablng.inachinea 

Bienulorf,J.,CbicBgo, 111. Sofa-bodBtead 

Higelow, A.^IUni[wottb. Conn. Lemon-aqneeier 

BlRelow, B.B., troatoB. (Sh Dnohemin, W.. aanignor.) ~ 

Blgolow, fi. W„ New HaTeii,Ccinn. Dyr 



..(I)lK:lali 



Hjtelow.L.C. (S«Blgelow.S,.audr~C.) 

BlKolow, 8., Newbureb, and L. C. UIgelow, KlrtlauJ, Obio. PoUto-disb'or 

Bip«low. W. P., Htttick, Mag*. Munfo-iiMnd (Beslun)- 

Bi)^r, C. E,, HaTTiaburxb, Pa. CEtr-canpllng 

Blgnall, t*. L., CbieaKo, ill, I^oo^bftngB^ 



IUlIesbaob,T..EeBnioyJnoct<on. Nebr. Hetbnd ul 
BiUlngbnr»t.W.,R«litBter,N.Y. riablngrocl ... 
BllllngmCE. HartTord, Conn. Die for makinc IiIe 
Billingo. C. H., and G, W. Slockley, Cleveland, Ohio. 
BilllijRa, G. \V. (See Lnkey, J, H., aaalgnor.) 
Bllllnga,G.W..Chicaso,Ill. Ralwaj-awllth 

Sams Railway .l^g 

Same Machine fur lolling bloom! 

Soma FmcoH for mannCictarlne rolled Ir 

Same Trealinit Beuemer eteel and t 

puneblng, &c 

Billinga,!!.. Boaton.Masa. Playine-cnrdB 

BillInga,0.,B1yrla,0. Ilarreater 



bnrninn brick..., 
Tele graph-key - . . 



Juuo 10, 
Dm, 16, 






BIlUngtaB, J. H. * Co. (Sre Pilklnglon, J., „_.__ 

Uilllu. W. G., Thlbodcaui. La. Apparatua for treatlngcuie-Julco witb aiilphi 

Billow, a. W., Shelby, Ohio. Papor-llle 

BII1*.C.H. (SMBi[l>i.-f.C.,HO(VC.U.) 
BIUk, 3. C Otlauwa, and C. M. BUIa. Albli 
BiUapa, C, Norlblk, Va. Cultivator 

inf baiu, A.,Kewlonvillo, Mml. uniirnor to F, Ci 

HChnii, A, 1), " "- " "^ "■ 



ini:haii,A,])„VorKDiineii, VL ] 
iiiL-hmo, E.B.,E(ar {&wBlngbi 



Vt. HoTTw-aJioe-nall machine 



imHag. wood, melala, &o. . 
iBton,Maia. SciriDemiichiuc 



i.au-. I 



BirrJi,u,J..I 



teN 



STK.^ 



wfoi 



_„ Waterloo, iHwa. Wheel-plow 

-jnghani, S., Saratflgaanrinm, N. Y, Hinco 

UinEhsm, S. H., Phlladclnbla. Fa., uaionnr to >eir, E. B. tllngham, Newark, N. J., G. W. 
Van Allen, Now York, N. Y., and W. N. Slone, Pbiladolpbla, l>a- Rotary printing-prew. 
Binkly. C. G. {Su Eiehenberger & Binklv-) 

Binnii, G.W., Sunbnry. Pa. Cbain-macliino. 

Ulnna, L., Oakenobair, England. Endlesi band 

5Blai]*,L., Br*dA>rd. England. Machine for making oudlesi banila 



i 


0. 

.:: 


TO 

SIS 


If 


1 


m 


Mar 
May 


S5, 

1 


873 


July 
Aug 


15, 


m 


Aug 


III, 


m 


Ana. 
Jan. 


15: 


^ 


Jnly 

Jan. 
Jon, 
Jan. 




873 

673 


July 22. 


«a 








r^. 


if. 


873 


May 


n 


873 


Apr, 


1, 

ai. 


TO 


>oc 


t. 


TO 



16 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees far the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



137. 169 
145,045 

133.881 
141,986 

142,670 

134,970 

141.751 

142,763 

137. 170 

138,226 

137,998 
i:r7.8H3 
142, 431 

144. 731 
135,396 
140,760 
145,387 
144,884 

141,482 

145,835 
136,483 
137,409 
140,609 
140,992 
140, 399 

136.126 

144,732 
139. 361 
144,594 
136,408 

140,002 
142,554 
140,672 

3,264 

133,623 
6,342 

139,856 

138,369 
143,660 
145,388 
140,454 

139,536 
138,472 

138,729 
139,654 
135,397 

• 

135,313 

142,432 
142, 195 
140,003 
139.537 
144,309 

138,970 

145. 274 

145. 275 
145,982 
134, 584 



145,983 

142,196 

5,696 

136,300 
138,845 
140,400 
143,322 



Name, residence, and inrentioD. 



Birch, W., Manolieater, England. Machine for oponing/snioothing, and guidini; fabncs 

Birch, W., Walworth. Great Britain, assignor of one-half iutorest to C. L Temple, 
Chester, Pa. Treating liom to resemble whalebone 

Bircliard, J. F., Milwaiikee, "Wis. Fokling-table 

Bird, C, Lower Merion Township, and W. H. Sullenborger, HaiTlsburgh, Pa. Bearings 
for shafts 

Bird, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Salt and pepper caster 

Birdsall, E. M. (bee Spencer, A., jr., and T. C, assignors.) 

B{n;e, W. H., Franklin, Pa. Rivet-pocket for oil-well pumps 

Birkenhead, J. (See Card, S. W., assignor.) 

Birkenhead, J., Mansfield, Mass. Spindle-lxilster for spiDning-machines 

Birkett., H. M. (See Birkett, J. W.. assignor.) 

Birkett, J. W., assignor, to H. M. Birkett, Brooklyn, N. Y. Stop-cock 

Bisbing, LW^ Philadelphia, Pa., and J. S. McCuno, Camdeu, N.J.. assignors to said 
Bisbin^, J. O. Cuthbert, UaddonA^d, and L. Norris, Camden, N. J. Machines for shear- 
ing ana booking tobacco 

BiseT, J. J., WilliMnsport, assignor to self and M. Y. K Steinmetz, Lancaster, Pa. Dry- 
goods stand 

Bishop, E. B., San Francisco, Cal. Dredcer 

Bishop, G. "W., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Sash-fastener 

Bishop, G. W., assignor of one-half interest to L. E. Whiting, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Sash- f ast«ner 

Bishop, G. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanism for reversing engines 

Bishop, J., North ville, Mich. Sash-fastener 

Bishop, J., Owego,N. Y. Railway rail-joint 

Bishop, J., assignor to self and C. Parker, Meriden. Conn. Steam-trap 

Bishop, J. v., Atlanta, Ga. Locomotive smoke-stack 

Bishop, P. A. (See Elder &, Bishop.) 

Bishop, "W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Water-closet for vessels 

Bissell and Moore Maunfacturing Company. (See Moore, D. and E., assignors.) (Reissue.) 

Bissell, T. A., Detroit, Mich. Berth-lock for sl^ping-cais 

Bixby, F. N., West Meriden, Conn. Shipping-mechanism for machinery 

Same Tnmbling-barrels for cleaning castings 

Bixler, W. U., Easton, Pa. Needle-cnshion 

Same Griddle-greaser 

Biszell, W. B., assignor to self and W. K. Hardee, La Grange, N. C. Saw-filing machine. . 

Black, F. (See Mixer, A. A., assignor.) 

Blacky H., Lewisbnrgh, Ohio. Railway-switch 

Black, J. (See Holdsworth, S., assignor.) 

Black, J., and G. AV. Jones, Philadelphia, Pa. Propelling boats 

Black, J, B., assignor to A. O. Baker, Providence, R. L Manufacture of joints for bracelets. 

Black, J. H., Columbia, Pa. Sportsman's cartridge-holding vest 

Black, S., West Alexandria, Ohio. Drill-teeth 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Blackburn, D.W., et al. (See Smith, A. C, assignor.) 

Blackburn, M^^nllivan. Ind. Circniar-saw mill 

Blackham, J. w., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ornamenting felt-shirts, &c 

Blaoklidge, W. G., Metamora, Ind., assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Alley, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Saw-gnmmer 

Blackman, A. L., Cross Plains, Tenn., assignor of part interest to S. K. Schwenk, and J. 
E. Saunders. Wheel for vehicles (Reissue) . . 

Blackman, A. L., Cross Plains, Tenn. Wheel for vehicles 

Blackman, J. F., Brooklyn, assignors to Vanderburg, Wells &, Co., New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Wood-type (Design).. 

Blackman, L. R., Newport, R. I. Mold for making suppositories 

Blackmar, H. (Sw Fling, L. J., assignor.) 

Blackstone, B.', Warren, DL Quilting-frame , 

Blackatone, W., Shelby County, IlL Plow 

Blades, L. J. Harrington, Del. Ticket-case — 

Bladon, T., assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Metzgor, Oak Harbor, Ohio. Combined 
stove-pipe shelf and drum 

Blair.R A., Huntingdon, Pa. Mail-bag fastening 

Blair, H. H., and S. Barry, Brunswick, Ohio. Spring- bod bottom 

Blair, J. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Ruling-machine (Extension) . . 

Same Umbrella 

Same Apparatus for testing hydro carbon oils 

Blair, L., Painesville, Ohio. Gas-retort scraper 

BUir, R. (See Phillips, H. S., assignor.) 

Blaisdell, P., Worcester, Mass. Drilling-machine 



Blalsdell, W. S., and C. K. Young, Factory Pointy Vt. Lamp 

Blaisdell, W. S., and E. Estabrook, Factory Point, Vt Coffeepot 

Blaisso, G. F., Philadelphia, Pa. Sliding chandelier 

Blaisse, G. F., and J. Brannen, Philadelphia, Pa. Soldering-iron 

BhUsse, G. F., and W. F. Crites, Philadelphia, Pa. Drop-light and hanger 

Blake, A.,Waterbary, Conn. Animal-trap (Extension) . . 

Blake, C. £., San Francisco, Cal. Clamp for dental purposes 

Same Metallic foil for dental purposes , 

Same Dental filling 

Same Filling for d€»oayed teeth 

Blake, C. H., D. D., anu F. M., Worcester, Mass. Machine for making shank-pieces for 

boots and shoes 

Blake Crusher Company et oZ. (See Marsden, H. R., assignor.) 
BUke, D. D. (See Blake, C. H., D. D., and F. M.) 

Blake, E.H, Coatsburg, HI. Draught eqnalizer 

Blake, B. W., et oL (See Marsden, H. R., assignor.) 
Blake, F. M. (See Blake C. H., D. D., and F. M.) 

Blake, G. W., Brooklyn, a. Y. Steam-boiler for warming buildings 

Blake, J. W., et al. (See Smith. T. S., assignor.) 

Blake, L. R., Boston, and A. S. Libby, Lawrence, Mass., assignors to G. McKay, ? 

trustee, Boston, Mass. Nailing-machine for boots and shoes ( Reissue) 3 

Blake, L.R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lasting-tool 

. Same Hyuranlic hose 

Blake, L. R., Broolclyn, N. Y., and A. S. Libby, Lawrence, Mass. Nailing boots and shoes. 
Blake, L. R., Brooklyn, N. Y. JL4Wting mechanism 



Mar. 25, 1873 

Dec, 2, 1873 
Fob. 18,1873 

Aug. 19. 187:J 
ScpU 9.1873 

Jan. 21.1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 

Sept. 16, 1873 



Mar. 25, ISTJ 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Apr. 22, ISTA 
Apr. l.-i, 1873 

Sept 2,187,1 
Nov. lf<, 1873 
Fob. 4,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Doc. 9, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

Deo. 23,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 1. 1873 
July 8, 18rJ 
July 22, 1873 
July 1,1873 

Feb. 25, ISTJ 

Nov. 18. 1873 
May 27, 1873 
Nov. 18. 18TJ 
Mar. 4, IdTJ 

June 17, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

July 8,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 17,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Oct 14.1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 

July 1,1873 
June 3,1873 
May 6, 1873 
Mar. 8,1873 
May 13,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 



Jan. 28, 

Sept. 2, 
Aug. 26, 
June 17, 
June 3, 
Nov. 4, 
Apr. 26, 
Apr. 29, 
Dec. 9, 
Dec. 9, 
Dec. 30, 



1873 

1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 



Jan. 7. 1873 



Dec. 30,1873 



Aug. 26, 1873 

Dec. 23,1873 

Feb. 25,1873 
Mar. 13, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 



■ 


^ 


I 




cc 


Q 


741 


246 


3 





470 

527 
314 

146 

310 
403 

743 

893 
664 
531 

95 

48ri 
1 

374 

313 
627 

64 

719 
113 
115 
246 
602 
52 

691 

486 
820 
372 

48 

515 
216 

295 

850 
227 



394 

1,024 
239 
314 

92 
77 

7 



245 

197 

2 

762 

95 
733 
516 

78 
112 



Official 
Gazette. 



151 

174 

104 

142 
101 
1.16 

247 

282 
211 
172 

31 
164 
1 
128 
105 
213 

20 

237 
37 
38 
83 

203 
18 



164 

262 

125 

17 

163 
70 

99 

274 
71 



123 

322 

80 
105 

32 

26 

3 



1,025 
217 
217 
876 

80 



877 



733 



808 

841 

349 

53 

876 



77 

64 

1 

C246 

J 247 

32 

241 

164 

27 

38 



323 
"74 



25 



284 



OJO 

(264 

$265 

272 

108 

19 

300 



^ 



4 
3 

4 
4 

3 

4 

4 



J223 I 
{224 >•* 



3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 



4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



4 

3 
4 
3 

3 
4 



3 
3 

3 
3 

3 
4 
4 

4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 

4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



3 
3 
4 
4 



es 



334 

586 
190 

195 
279 

71 

168 

297 

334 

471 
445 
426 

2.'i0 
541 
128 
58 
623 
.'>63 

140 

680 

254 

366 

4U 

84 

12 

219 

541 
593 
531 
249 

673 
271 

43 

116 
157 

70 
664 

482 
408 
623 

16 
615 
498 
244 
527 
641 
128 

109 

250 
221 
674 
615 
487 
444 
482 
613 
615 
703 

13 



703 



221 



687 

231 

536 

12 

362 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
llphabeiical list c^ paUntecs for the year 1873 — Continuod. 



17 



No. 



143,661 
145. :W9 

144. 5()0 
!:«, 6'-24 
K{r>, 511 

145, 836 



145, PH? 
7,015 

130,859 

136,897 
13<;, W»8 

i:n, 3:w 

137, l.>4 
141,987 
I44.4:J3 
140,879 



134, 971 

144,7:B 
141,313 
141,988 
141,849 

143,118 

137, 999 

5. 549 
134, 972 
137, 285 
14-2, :«:i 
142,889 

135,463 
1.39, 940 
i:r>, 314 

138, 000 
143, 432 



137, 171 

140, 343 

135, 398 
145,614 

U\ 615 



141.029 i 
13.1,860 



5,367 

137, 884 
137, 885 

145,927 

137, 172 
1;M>,961 
l3(i,lK>2 
142, 197 

139, 109 



5, 517 

139,450 
142, 890 
140, 880 



138,846 
135, 195 
13.->, 702 



142. 198 

136.694 

142. 199 




Blako, K R., Jlrooklyn, N. Y. Hydraulic hose i 0<>t 14,1873 

Blake, L. 11., Brooklyn, N. Y., anil A. S. Libby, Lawrence, Ma88. Heel lor lioots and sbocH. I l>ec. 9, 1873 

Blake, U., Pontine, 1*11. Process for tanning leatber I Nov. 11.1 873 

Blake, W. E., New York. N. Y. Combined jjun-atock and spade j Feb. 11,1873 

Blakeley, M. A., and J. Cnbill. Chattanoojjji, Tonn. Elevating apparatus , Feb. 4. 1873 

Blakeni'ore. F. \Y., Pbiladclpbia, Pa. Burglaralann \ Dec. 23, 1 873 

Blakeslee, C, et al. (S^e Krinks, J. S., assignor.) j 

Same {See Miller, C. G., assignor.) I 

Blakeslee, C. W., Plantsville, Conn. Tack-puller , Dec. 23. 1873 

Blakesley, G. H.. Bristol. Conu. Clock-case (Design)..' Dec. 2, 1873 

Blakey, J., Lee<ls, England. Apparatus for manufacturing boot and sboe beols ' Juno 17, 1873 

Blakestone, Z. D.. Saint Mary's County, Md. Tobacco-hiller Mar. 18, 1873 

Sjwne Tobjujco-cultivator Mar. 18, 1873 



Moutbly lOflicial 
volume. iGazette. 



Apr. 1.1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

July 15,1873 



(Reissue.) 



BlaksliH), J. B. au«l C. F., Saint Petersburgb, Pa. Manufa<iture of traveling-bag frames 

Blanchard, E.. Po<desville, Md. Coinbined garden lioe and roller 

Blanebard, If. A., Boston, Mass. Sowing-macliine 

Blanchard, J., assignor of one-half int^trest to H. AY. Carter, East Saginaw, Mich. Plow 
Blanchartl, J. M., and W. E. Prall, Washington, D. C. i^neumatic apparatus for elevat- 
ing waT«r 

Blanchett, C. E., et al. (See Rosevelt, W. H., assignor.) 
Bland. P. E. (See Rouse, A. M., assignor.) 
Blanding, A.J. (See Blanding, F. and A. J.) 

Blanding, F. and A. J., Lowell, Mass. Loom-sbuttlo 

Blaney, C. J. (See Vaughn <fc Blaney.) , 

Blank. H. F., Liberty, 111. IFay-preAs ! Nov. 18,1873 

Bliitterlein, J. F. A., West Meriden, Conn. Curtain-fastener ! July 29. 1873 

Blausc^r, N. G., Etna, Ohio. Com-cultivator j Aug. 19, 1873 

Blauvelt, M., Ithaca, N. Y. Dress-makers" marking and cutting gauge w^. i Aug. 19, 1873 

Blazer, J. B. (See Bye, W. C. assignor.) I 

Bleckman. F., AVashington, assigpor to J. F. Imbs, Saint Louis, Mo. Middlings-purifier. I Sept. 23, 1873 

Blessing, C. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Tarninglatho for wood | Apr. 22, 1873 

Blessing, J. IL, assignor to self and F. Townsond, A Ibany, N. Y. Steam trap . . (Reissue) . I A ng. 26, 1873 

Blessing, J. 11., Albany, N. Y. Steam-lwiler feeder 

Blessing, J. H., assignor to F. Townsend and J. II. Bh'ssing, Albanv, N. Y. Sttmm-trap. 

BhvHsing, J. IL, assignor to self and F. Townsend, Albany, N. Y. Steam-trap 

Blessing, L. \V., assignor to self and II. l*usey, Wilmington, Del. Top prop f<tr carriages 

Blessing, W., flettermmville. Ohio. Se<Hl-plaiiter (Extension) . 

Blinn, J., Rockford. III. Gate 

Bliss, E.S., Richburgh, N. Y. WjvHhing-mach|ne June 17, 1873 

Bliss, F. D., assignor to self and D. P. Gardner, New Bedford, Mass. Die-plate I Jan. 28, 1873 

Bliss, M. IL, Dalum, Mass. Trunk *- ^-..^. 

Bliss, S. B., New York, N. Y. Toy-device for making soap-bubbles 
Bliss, S. S. (See Dean, N. C, assignor.) 

Same same : . . 

Bloch, B. A ., Paris, France. II vdraulic motor , 

Blochcr, C. (See Moreland & Blocher.) 

Blocher, D., Baltimore, Md., assignor of one-half interest to J. TI. Seymour, Ilagorstown, 1 

Md. Brick-kiln July 1,1873 

Blohm. J. IL, New York, N.Y. Elevator ' Fob. 4,1873 

Blom,C., jr., assignor of one-half interest to T. J. Tabbs,Grand Ilaven, Mich. Ironing table 

Blondin, C. L. (ASee Delker & Blondiu) (13eslgn.) 

Blooilgood, F. W., New York, N. Y. Machine for making batting 

Bloodgood, W. (See Totten, S. E., jr., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Bloes, J. VV. (See Craine &, Bloss.) 

Hlunck, G., New York, N. Y. Parallel ruler 

Blunt, G. G., assignor to self and J. L. Ashurst, Bath, 111. Graiu-diill i June 17, 1873 

Blunt, J. G.,e<a2. («S<;c B'uUam. A. J., assignor) (Reissue.) ; 

Same (See Priest, J. K., assignor. ) 

Same (See Smith, R, T., assignor.) 

Blunt, J. G. (See Whipple & Blunt.) 

Blunt, J. G., assignor of one-half interest to M. IL Insley, Leavenworth, Kans. Process 

and apparatus for puddling iron and st«el (Reissue) . . , _ 

Blunt, J. G., Leavenworth, Kans. Blast-furnace I Apr. 15, 1873 

Same Manufacture of steel j Apr. 15, 1873 

Bly, D. (See Locke, H. H., assignor) (lieissue.) 

Blye, W. IL, SjTacuse, N. Y. Hand-rubber >. 

Blj'Uier, J. S. (See Lippv &, Blymer.) 

Blythe, G., Chillicothe, Mo. Saw-filing machine 

lk)ardman. I). G., Albia, Iowa. Corn-planter , 

Same Combined chair and lounge for invahds 

Boardman, L. M., Ottawa, Minn. Fanning mill 

Bobi-ownicki, A. (See Christy &. Bobiowntcki.) 

Boch, M., New York, N. Y. Shoe- fastening 

Bm^h, W., sr., deceased, by N. Maidhof, executrix, New York, N. Y. Water-closet 

basin (Ext<'n.sion) . 

Bock, H., New York, N. Y., assignor to W. W. McFarlan. Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine 

for making glass buttons '. (Reissue) . 

Bockoven. D. C. (See Jeffers & Bockoven.) * j 

Bockstaller, G., assignor of one-half interest to C. Ik^er, Chicago, 111. Carriage-top j June 3, 1873 

Boda, W. J., Dayton, Ohio. Molding-machine j Sept. 16, 1873 

Bodenharoer, L. I., Kernersville, N. C. Reciprocating churn i July 15, 1873 

Bodine, J. F. (Sec Hewitt, T. B., assignor.) I 

lipdkin, J. S. (See Bo<lkin, L. P. & J. S.) | | 

Bodkin, L. P. and J, S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cooking- vessel | May 13, 1873 \ 

Bo<11ey, P., Saint Louis, Mo. Dumping-wagon Tan. 28, 1873 \ 

liodmer, C. deceased, by E. and J. A. Duenz, a<lministrators, Fayetteville, 111. Lo<.k 

Bwlwell, II. H. (*S«« Atwood & Bodwell) (Reissue) 

Bod well, IL IL (See Atwood & Bodwell.) 

Bodwell, U. IL, and E. A. Atwood, San Francisco, Cal. Windmill .. 

Bodwell. J. IL (See Green & Bodwell.) 

Bijcckeh, C, Toronto. Canada. Broom 



o 

Cm 



240 
314 

28:j 
227 
105 
720 



721 



395 

494 

496 
.58 
705 
528 
230 

474 



"p o 



81 
106 



71 

34 

237 



237 

iaV 

124 
164 
164 

17 
234 
175 

77 

161 



Jan. 21,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Sept. 2, 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 
Dec. 13, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 



Mar. 25, 1873 



Dec. 16, 1«73 
Dec. 16,1873 

July 22, 1873 



487 
!M)!> 
529 
408 

701 

665 

835 

147 

5 

1 

.501 



165 
298 
175 
13:1 

241 

\ 212 

278 

113 
o 

A* 

1 

172 



67 
468 
7(53 
669 

32 



21 
147 
247 
212 

11 



744 I 247 



8 3 

2 i I 

523 172 

523 I 172 



634 
397 



214 
125 



Apr. 



22, 1873 



Dec 30,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

May 20, 1873 

Nov. 29, 1873 

Aug. 5, 1873 



878 1 277 
5.52 173 
553 173 



82(5 



269 



746 247 

547 180 

547 ! 181 

734 I 242 

584 ' 183 



4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



4 
4 



a; 



408 
(J2.3 
513 
1.^7 
1.3(1 
1^80 



r,-o 

585 



1= 



I (i64 



3 

:< 

3 
.3 
4 
4 



Jan. 21,1873 I 147 143 i 3 



4 
4 
4 
4 



3 
.3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 



181 



58 



3 j 1 
rnt S 172 
^^ ] 173 
470 161 



Feb. 11, 1873 



Aug. 26, 1873 



IkM^hne, £. A., Saint Louis, Mo. 

3 



Mar. 11,1873 
Manufactunng white lead ' Aug 26, 1873 



349 
6.5<'. 
297 



735 

312 
736 



108 

211 

94 



242 
103 



303 
303 
361 

:m 

195 
50!) 

66 



71 

.541 
118 
19.5 
186 



4 j 332 

3 j 445 

4 I 230 



71 
357 
242 
:«)5 
614 
133 
669 
109 
445 
383 



3 I .334 



3 128 

4 652 

4 I 652 



4 88 
3 I 6(J4 



3 462 
3 I 426 

3 I 426 

4 699 

3 I 334 
3 I 307 

3 307 

4 221 

3 j 568 

4 ' 557 
i 

4 I 150 

3 619 

4 I 305 
4 , 66 



3 I ,536 
3 101 
3 16.3 



4 221 

3 ' 279 

4 221 



18 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Contiuncd. 



No. 



1«,200 



i:r>, 9€}5 



134, C33 



5, 097 

143,491 
i:k'i,071 

5, r^M 

144,434 

ir).7ryj 

141,989 

143,953 
13l>, h(H> 
141, 41H 
13<;.024 
13(>, 810 

137,887 

140 401 



14-2,3(18 

137, I2n 
140, 7f.2 
141,419 
143 954 

135 512 
140, 673 

140,7f»l 
143,955 
135, 513 
13G, 208 
139, 759 
13(), 040 
139, 7C0 

141,483 
141,915 
135, 700 
135, 882 
i:i5, fKi 

138, 121 



140, 455 

145.48.3 
134, 034 

141,090 

134, 035 
5, 250 

135.514 
142,324 

143, 218 

0. 770 
0, 777 
0, 77H 
0. 792 

135, 371 

130.025 
13H, 122 
138, 12;< 
144,595 

145,010 



139,302 

143,871 

142, 070 

143, H72 
144,310 



Name, residcuce, and iuvoDtion. 



Bm^kloii, R., BroolilyTi, N. Y. Macliino for making bungs 
lioeklon, R., New Vork., N. Y. Machine for swaging hci 



screw -tlircadH on ImjU and screw 



blanks 



Ikx'klon, R„ Brooklyn, N. Y..as8ignorof one-half interest to J. Fuchs, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for emptying collare, wator-elosets. &.0 

Roerckel, J. F. (See Ivrapf «fc Ito«^rckol.) 

lioi'sen, P., and M. UfuleaHera, Kenosha, Wis. Bed-bottom 

lloesRo, C. 11. (Sec Jordan, A. C, assignor.) 

Iloettfher, J. G. L., Bi-ooklyn. N. Y. Manufacture of sheet-metal vewwls 

Jiogart, (f., W. ir. Cmnier, Ac W. L. Lewis, Lai)orte City, Iowa. Butter-coloring compound, 

Bogart, P., jr. (*SV^ Swenstm, G., assignor.) 

Bogert, T. O., assignor to Queen City Wringer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Clothes- 
wringer '. 

Bogia, M. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for removing snow and ice from road 
ways ( Reissue) . . 

Bohaker, A . W., Granville, Nova Scotia. Car-couJ^ling 

Bohn, J. C, Centralia. 111. SiwoMkix 

lUdiner. G., Chicago, 111. Hanging lamp (Reissue) . . 

Boil's, II. M., Scrainton, Pa. Package of powder-charges for Idasting 

Boilonu, p;., assipior to Boileau Patent Stove and Furnace Fire-Plate Com pan j', Saint 
Ijouis, Mo. It ire-plates lor st^^aui-lwilers 

Boileau, E., Saint Louis. Mo. Ilinge 

Boilenu Patent Stove and Funiace Fire-Plate Companj'. (Sfe Iloileau, K., assignor.) 

liois, J. J.. Rantoul, 111. Grain-sampler 

Bois, J. M., Salamanca, N. Y. Sinlion pump . 

lioh's, W. A., Shelby ville, Ind. (JaiTM^t-stretcher : 

Holin, J. P., Orangeburgh County, S. C. AVater-regulator 

Bolinger, J. B., Michigan City, Ind. Treadle 

Bolitho, E. (.sVc Eaton, I. F., assignor.) 

Boiler. A. P., Oangd, N. J. Turn-table 

Belles, T. {Sec Decker, L. H., assignor.) 

Bollinger, O. J., York, Pa. Water-wheel 

lk)llman. S. C. (See Chubb. J. J., assignor.) 
Same (See Long <fc Ikdlman.) 

Bol.ser. G. A., Indianapolis, Ind. Machine for turning wagon-axles 

liolton. 0.,.jr., IMtt.sbur^h, Pa. Cupola and other metallurgic furnaces 

Sjime Manufacture of steel pl^ites 



Date. 



Same Manufacture of manganese, ferro-manganese, and spiegeleisen 

Bolton, O., jr., Cliartier's Township, Allegheny County, Pa. Utilizing gas as 



a motive 



power. 



Bcdton, O,, Jr., and J. Pedder. Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of iron and steel 

Boltou, ()., jr., Chartier's Township, and J. Pedder, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 8te<d 

for boiler-plates, &c *. 

Bolton, O., jr., and J. Pedder, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of iron and steel 

IJond, H., aasignor to M. How, Haverhill, Mass. Guide fur sowing shoes 

Bond. J. N. B., New York, N. Y. Hoisting-apparatus 

Same Apparatus for ren<lering lard, treating offal, &c 

Same Apparatus for treating olfal . . ^ 

Bond, L. L., Chicago, III. Device for coupling cars 

Bond, N. O., Fairfax Court-House, Va. Portable cooking stove 

Bond, T. W., et al. (See Smith, J. H., assignor.) 

lionhack, C. F., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of friction -matches 

Bonnax. A., Paris, France. Micrometer-gauge 

Bonnell, J. C, Burlington, Iowa. Blank book 

Bonn<>y, C. S., Philadelphia, Pa. Clamp 

Same Saw-filing vise 

Bonney, O., jr., San Ftaueisexi, Gal. Band-sewing machine 

Bonzaiio, A., et al. (See Clark, T. C, assignor.) 

Same (See Clarke, Bonzano & Griffon.) 

Bonzauo, A., Phenixvillc, assignor to Clarke, Reeves Sc Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Connection 

for wrought-irou beams and columns 

Boobar, E. C, San Francisco, Cal. Means for sinking broken piles 

IkKMly, H. F.. and E. P. Merrill, Portland, Me. Feed-wattT heater 

IJooker, E. U. (See Booker, T. L., as.signor.) 

Booker, T. S., Shady Grove, Va., assignor to self and E. H. Booker, Donaldsonville, S. C. 

Hame-fastener 

Book waiter. J. W., Sprincflnhl, Ohio. Ste^m -generator 

Boomer, G. B., Syracuse, N. Y., T. G. MorserErio, Pa., and R. £. Boschert, Syracuse, N. Y., 

saifl Moi-jM' assignor t<.» said Boomer. Cheese-press (Reissue) . . 

Boomer, G. B-, Syracuse, N. Y. Cheese-hoop 

IUmiu, A. T.. assignor of one-half interest to T. O. Jone.«», Galesburgh, 111. Windmill 

Bo<Mie, W.C. (See Pittman & lk)one) (Extension.) 

Boom, S., Lowell, Mass. Loom-picker 

lioot sind Shoe Improvement Company. (See Fanisworth, L. H., assignor.) 

Boot. H., assignor to T. Dolan &. Co., I^hihuielphia, I'a. Nubia (Design).. 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same (Design).. 

Boot, H., a.Msignor to T. Dolan & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Nubia (Design) . . 

Booth, E., as.sigiior of one-half interest to H. V. Colsten, Great Bend, Pa. Hemraer for 

sewing-machine 

Booth, G., Philadelphia, Pa. Metal-coated ware 

Same Grater 

Same Vt-getable-grater 

Booth, (»., Toronto, Canada. Fire-extinguisher 

B«M»th, J. L.. RoclH'ster, N. Y. Grain-.si-parator (Extension).. 

H<»oth, ( ). W., l*rovidenc<\ R, I. Weathf'^r-stri ji 

B«M)thbj% H., et aL (See Forrest, U. E., as8igiu>r.) 



Jan. 28, 1873 

June 17, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 
Sept. 10, 18TJ 

Jan. 7, tt?73 

Dec. 23,1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Nov. 11, 18rj 

Feb. 11,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Oct 28,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Apr, 15, 18T3 

July 1, 1873 



Sept 2,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Aug, 5,1873 

Oct 28,1873 
Feb. 4. 1873 



July 
July 
Oct 

i Feb. 

1 Feb. 

' June 

I Mar. 

I Juno 

; Aug. 
I Aug. 
' Feb. 
■ Feb. 
F<d). 
, Apr. 



8, 1873 
15, 18T3 
28,1873 

4,1873 
2,5, 1873 
10, 1873 
11,1873 
10, 1873 

5,1873 
19, 1873 
11,1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1871 
22, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Bootsman, T., New Brighton, N. Y. Dumping-car 

Boot.sman, T., Tompkinsville, N. Y. Knife polisher and sharpener 

Borchardt, J. M., a.ssignor to M. Ambcrg, New York, N. Y. Buckle 

Bordas, ('., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for transferring embroidery-patterns 

Borden, G., White Plains, and J. G. Borden, South East, N. Y. Priicess of preserving 
and condensing milk 



July 1, 1873 
Dec. 10, 1H73 
Jan. 7, 1873 



Aug. 12, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Jan. 20,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Sept 2, 1(573 ' 

Sept. 30, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Aug. 5, 1W73 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Feb. 18, 187:J 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Nov. 18. 1873 
Sept 20, 1873 
Dim;. 10, 1873 



May 27, 1873 

0<;t 21.1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 

Nov. 4,1873 



125 



542 

1U6 

296 
375 
543 
107 
759 
302 
270 
303 



784 



451 
632 
452 



40 



19 




20 
155 



271 



Official 
Gazette. 







3 

3 

4 

3 

3 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 

3 
4 



4 

3 
4 



4 

3 



4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



2 



101 

664 

221 

195 

426 
305 

17 

687 
:i87 
78 
201 
.'iOO 

167 
195 



4.52 

298 

i:t5 

3 19!» 
3 298 



3 426 

4 12 



4 245 

3 :{:u 

4 .58 
4 135 

4 4.53 

3 1.(6 



43 

58 
453 
I. '16 
224 
049 
276 
649 



4 ; 140 

4 I'.N) 

3 I 167 

3 ' 1?H) 

3 , 190 

3 454 



4 16 
4 642 
3 i 17 



164 
17 



3 115 

3 \:w 

4 242 



:i.54 





85 




^5 




85 




135 




482 




m) 




454 




4.M 




.5:n 




2f»5 




6.')2 




595 




435 




213 




435 



487 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873' 



19 



Alphabetical list of patentcimfor the year 1873— -Continued. 



No. 



[44,311 

144, «ti5 

i:«5, '209 

14-2, :Mi9 
I45,9ri4 
[AH, GOU 



i:».23l 

:*5, 029 

135, 7C1 

5, 484 

136, 127 

42, 671 

141,752 

145.718 
14-2, 370 

145. 780 

138,227 

134, 973 

44, 596 

5,657 

137, 652 

141, 5:a 
i:i5,315 
144. 249 
lift), 232 
140,674 

138, 7:w 

144. 946 
i:t5, 515 
142,764 
141, 198 
143,119 

1 45, 484 
VSr<, 784 
144,653 

24,367 

139, 761 
138, 731 
139,110 
135.399 

140.456 
141,256 
141,850 
41,753 
141,851 

140,181 
134, 725 
135, 762 
134, 726 

L42, 433 

142, 765 
142,325 
145, .Vi2 
141,754 

144, 886 
145,390 

143,054 

38, 124 

145, 985 



143,662 
44. 1H4 
144, lt<5 
141, 1H6 
144,254) 
34. H42 
135,072 

141,107 
142,555 
IX), 400 
i 43. 055 
143, 956 

43, 6U 

\Xi, 516 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Oniciul 
Gaxctle. 



Bonlen, G., White Plains, and J. G. Borden, South East, N. Y. Condensed milk 

IJonlen, J., and J. L. Trimble, Medford, N. J. Glass bottle 

Borden, J. G. (See Borden. G. and J. G.) 

Borden, T., assi^pior to self, D. P. ICisner, and T. [lulett. Squancum, N. J 
sh 



Pruning- 



lears. 



Bordner, U., and D. Sullivan , Virginia City, Nev. Boot-ciiuipin^ block 

Borel. U., Sue Citv, Mo. Stock-feeder 

Borgfeldt, N. H., New York, N. Y. Tobacco-cutting machine r. 

Borlinghaus, H., sr. (See Brunswick 6c Borlinghaus.) 
Borm, C. (Sec Schwartz. C. C. E., assignor.) 

Born, F. W., Cleveland, Ohio. Base-burninsr stove 

Borneman, A., Lancast^'r, Ohio. Corn-sheller case 

Borton, J., and W. H. Hartley, Onaker City, Ohio. Churn 

Bortree, M. K., Jackson, Mich. Bustle (Reissue) . . 

Same Bustle 

Borwick, A. (See Giblra Sc Berwick.) 

Boschon, J. n., New York, N. Y. Sewer basin for street corners 

Boschert, IL E. (See Boomer, Morse & Boschert) (Reissue.) 

Boschke, A., San PYancisco, Cal. Dredging-raachiue 

Boss, J., Berlin, Md. Manufacture of watch-c^ses (Extension) . . 

lioss. M. P., Bullionville, Nov. Quicksilver-pump 

Bostian, B. F., New Columbia, Pa. Picture and card exhibitoi- 

Jk)ston and Maine Foundry Company. (Sec Miugay, E., assignor.) (Design.) 

Bosworth, M. W., Bingharaton, N. Y." Grain-cur un'loader 

Bottder, E. M. (See TaltavuU, P., assignor.) 

Both, A. C, Portland, Me. Dredger 

Bothwell, E. P., McArthnr, Ohio. Fruit-box 

Botsford, N., Lockport, N. Y. Vegetable-sliccr 

Bottomley, T. J., Burlington, Wis., aaeignor to Pratt and Letchworth, Butfalo, N. Y. 

Tug-holder (Reissue) . . 

Bottum, J. M., New York, N. Y. Governor for steam-engines, <fcc 

Bouchard, A.. New Orleans, La. Self-operating switch 

Boucher, W. F.. Philadelphia, l*a. Transpai-ent slate-frarao 

Boughton, E., South Norwalk, Conn. Hot-air draft for furnaces 

Boughton, J. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Nursery-gate 

Same ..Window-screen 

BoniHon, E., New Orleans, La. Tucking attachment for sewing-machines 

Boulicault. J. B., New Albany, Ind. Flattening-oven for plate-glass ' 

Boult,- M. T., Battle Creek, Mich. A pparatus for turning ovals 

Ik>upart, M., Fordham, N. Y. Bustle , 

Bourdereaux, P., New York. N. Y. Bi-eech-loading fire-arm 

Bourgniguon, W., Providence, R I. Mosquito-canopy 

Samo Bottle-cover 

Bourn, W., Geneva, N. Y. Wood-screw 

Bourne, E., New Iberia, La. Plow 

Bourne, W. O., Now York, N. Y. Ore-separator (Extension) . . 

Same Ore-separator (Disclaimer filed) . . 

Bouser. W. H., Paris, 111. Earth-boring machine 

Bove v, G. C, Chillicothe, Ohio. Brick-raachiuo ! 

Same Machine for pulverizing clay 

Bowden, J., and R. Shaw Marple, assignor of one-half interest to W. AVilsou, Newcastle- 

on-Ty ne, G reat Britain. Machine for felting hat-bodies 

Bowdish, N. S., Richfield S])ring8, N. Y. Roller-press for polishing photographs 

Samo Camera stand 

Bowen, B. W., Greenville, Pa. Washing-machine 

Bowen, R. E., George's Creek, S. C. Cotton-planter 

Bowen, S. B., Stoc;kton, Cal. Uorse hay-fork 

Bowen, W. H. (See Regestor &. Bowen.) 

Bower, D. E., Troy, Ohio. Truss-bridge 

Bower, J., Lafayette, Ind. Axie-box and spindle 

Bower, J. W., Greencastle, Ind. Rail way -truck 

Bowers, J., assignor to J. A. Ives and Brother, l^ltimoro County, Marj'lund. Sheets 

for forming the IknUcs of square or rectangular tin-cans 

Bowers, AV. H. H., Franklin, Ky. Apparatus for propelling street-cars by compressed 

air 

Bowler, N. P., Cleveland, Ohio. Mold for plaster-pipe patterns. 

lU)wles. II., Trempealeau. Wis. Spring for vehicles 

lio^Tnan, R. M. and W. H., Loudon, Ohio. Corn-dropper 

liowman, W. A. D.. Ponghkeepsie. N. Y. Spike-machine 

Bowman, W. H. (See Bowman, R. M. and W. II.) 

lUjwman, W. IT., I^ndon. Ohio. Nut-lock 

Bowman. W. R., Danville, Ky. Thi!l-c«upling 

Bowron, W. M. (See Holmes & Bownm.) 

Boy ce, D., North l*rovidence, R. I. Bench-hook 

Boj'd, A., executor. (See Boyd, J. C.) (lilx tension.) 

Boyd, A. C, assignor to E. W; Vaill, Worcester, Miiss. Folding chair 

IVoyd, D., Vevay, Ind. Chnrn-dnsher 

Boyd, J. C, dect^aHed, by A. Boyd, Boston, and S. Wheelwright, Lexington. Msvss., ex- 
ecutors. Elastic hose-tubing (Extension).. 

Boyd. J. H., Chicago, III. Reducing ores 

Same Furnace for reducing ores containing precious metals 

Same Apparatus for feeding fuel to ore-reducing lurnaeeM , 

Same Furnace for roilucing the ores and extracting the precious metals 

Boyd, J. H., Plain. S. C. Guano and seed distributor 

Boyd, L. R., New Bninswii-k, N. J. Oil-c4in stopper 

Same Oil dripping-can 

Boyd, R. (See E. H. Thurston, assignor.) 

Boy<l. T., Cambridgeiwrt, Mass. Chimney-cap 

Boyden, E.. Lowell, Mass. Elevator 



Nov. 4.1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 



Feb. 25, 1873 
Sept. 2, 1873 
Dec. 30. 1873 
May G, 1873 



May 
Jan. 
Feb. 
July 
Feb. 



27, 1873 
21. 1873 
11,1873 
1.5, 1873 
25,1873 



Sept. 9,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
May .3, 1873 
Dec. 2:^,1873 
Sept. 2, 1873 

Dec. 23,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



Nov. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

May 

.1 uly 

May 

Nov. 

Feb. 

S<'pt. 



July 

Sept. 

Dec. 

May 

Nov. 

June 

June 

June 

May 

May 



18. 1873 

8, 1873 

5, 1873 

28, 1873 

4, 1873 

27, 1873 

e, 1873 

13, 1873 

25, 1873 

4. 1873 

16. la73 

29, 1873 

23, 1873 

16, 1873 

13, 1873 

18, 1873 

14, 1873 

11, 1873 

10, 1873 

13, 1873 

20, 1873 



Feb. 4. 1873 
July 1, 1H73 
July 29. 1873 
Aug.- 19, 1^73 
Aug. 12.1-73 
Aug. 19, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Jan. 14, 1873 

Sept. 2,1873 
Srpt. 16. 1873 
Sei)t. 2, 1873 
Dec. 16, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 

Sept 23, 1873 

Apr. 22. 1873 
Dec. 30, lc73 

Aug. .30, 1873 
Oct. 14,1873 
Nov. 4. l,"-73 
Nov. 4. IH73 
Nov. 4. IH73 
Xov. 4, 1873 
Jan. 14, lr^73 
Jan. 21, 1;:73 



l]oy<len, J. L., Bridgeport, Conn. Combined mop and mop- wringer, 
Boyden, W. A ., Harnsburgh, Pa. Car coupling 



Samo Metallic piston-i>acking 

Boyer, J. E., et al. (See Foglesong, \V., assignor.) 
Boyer, W. H., ISaltimore. Md. Sewing-macuino table 
Boy ett, S. A . , G renada, Miss. Feather-renovator 



July 22. 1873 
Sept. 9, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Sept. 2:{, IH73 
Oct 28,1873 



Oct. 
Feb. 



14, 1873 
4, 1873 






114 
628 



760 
42 

877 
119 



715 
500 
345 
587 
692 

315 

311 

623 
43 

678 

81>3 
149 
373 

561 
3.39 
110 
765 
70 
716 
297 
246 
675 



8«'>0 
409 
312 
409 

696 
22.3 
345 

221 

96 

405 

4 

474 

313 

628 
315 

654 

878 



210 
10 

11 

71 
323 
537 

701 
217 
.> 
654 
544 

19>' 
10'.» 






213 



245 
15 

284 
39 



225 
161 
111 
197 
224 

105 

102 

"204 
15 

222 

282 
143 
126 

190 
105 

35 
247 

2*2 
S:2") 

99 

77 
229 



108 


35 


404 


136 


801 


262 


702 


241 


405 


i;« 


294 


iM) 


424 


142 






304 


94 


247 


77 


585 


i8;i 


3 


2 


94 


32 



2HI 
\'X.\ 
102 
133 

219 

71 

111 

72 

32 

137 
o 

15.*) 
102 

213 

106 



24H 

284 



81 

2 

3 

3 

23 

103 

174 

236 

71 
o 

224 
1,^0 

66 
35 



o 



4 
4 



3 
4 
4 
3 






487 
563 



' 2*25 
245 
703 
507 



3 .586 

3 75 

3 167 

4 75 

3 219 

279 

168 
470 
672 
245 

676 

472 

71 

532 

547 
396 
144 
109 

4 483 



4 
3 
4 
4 



3 
3 
4 

4 
3 
4 

3 



3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
.4 
4 
3 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 

3 

4 

4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 



586 
44 
,527 
567 
136 
297 
109 
332 
642 
531 



4 ! 535 



640 
640 
649 
.527 

:^^ 

128 

lii 

114 

IHJ 
ICH 
1 66 

696 

3.-1 

167 

38 

2."'>0 
21>7 
242 
617 
169 

.5(13 
6-23 



I 



224 4 1 327 



3 I 451 

4 7U3 



4 
4 
4 
1 
4 
4 
3 



4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 

3 



2 10 

\m 

47!» 
4V.> 
179 
4,-4 
\\\ 



94 
271 
12H 
32H 
4:.3 

405 
136 



20 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSSUED FROM THE 



AJphaheiical libl of patentees for the year 187:J — Continaed. 



Nc. 



1A804 
J 43, 744 
142,371 



i:j5,!w;«; 

141 tiT)? 

i4i,7."ir> 

143, CC3 
137,410 

143, 957 

144. 947 
140, 4o7 
13?<. ;'47 
lAt*, 372 
140,110 
14'J, 9Hj 
I4.>. 391 
141,420 
144,597 

5, 391 

134, M3 

135, 31(i 

143,219 
143. 323 
143,492 
143. 745 
135,073 
i:i5, 7r»3 
I:J5, 197 

140.458 

1.315, :m 

1:M, 727 



135, 401 
140,111 

137. 591 
141,030 

144,948 
131,411 
137. 340 
145,331 
139,290 
5, 034 

13S, 55G 

134, (xMi 

0, 949 

<;,899 

7,049 
134, 5K5 

134, 58C 
134, 844 



144, 054 

140, 675 
139, 291 
145,781 



141,314 
141,315 
130, 128 

140, 182 
130,899 



143, 558 
144.501 



Name, rcsUlencc, nnd iuvcDtioD. 



Date. 



Monthly 
voluino. 



be 

P 



X 



Boyinpton, L, C. (See l-MwarclH, C. H., R»H{(;nor.) 

IJi.y lo, <;.. Waahinpton, I). C. Oflicc-slato 

lioyli*, 1). A., Attica, Ohio. Spring fur wagons 

IJo.vlc, If., Loudon, England. Hojit-regulator 

Boyle, J. (See Kocli «fc ISrass, asmgnorM.) 

Same (Sve StcpheuH, H., assignor.) 

Boyle. J., New Ymk, N. V. Awning 

Same Mauufactnre of Imots and .shoes 

Boyle, 11. K., New York, N. Y. Electric apparatus for signaliug between railway-traius 

Samo same ". 

Boynton, A. and AV., assignors to selves and E. M. Boynton, Brooklyn, N. Y. Saw-set . 
Itoyuton, E. M. (tSee Boynton, A. and W., assignors.) 

Boynton, S. S. and D. Kecfe, Pooria, 111. Ice-pick 

Boynton, W. (See Bovnton, A. and W.) 

Boynton, W. J., Battle Creek. :Mich. Saw-set 

Brabrook, G., as.signor to Kecd and Barton, Taunton, Mass. Colliu-plat^) 

Brabson, T. F., Brooklyn. N, Y. Cartrid<'e-lM)x 

Brace. AV., Wasliingtoiiville, Ohio. AVork-b >x 

Brace, ^V. H., assignor to self and J. 11, "NV owl worth, Nunda, N. Y. Wagon-spring 

Brach, I., Philadelphia, Pa. Water-cooler 

Brueher, T. W., New York, N. Y. Ornamental laM for hat-linings 

Brackett, J., Lynn, Mass. I..asting Iwota and shoes •. . . . 

Bmckett, S. A., Boston, Mans. Attaching knobs to drawers, &o 

Brackett, S. A., and W. W. Whitcomb, Boston, Mass. Seam fur boots, <fcc (Reissue).. 

Brada, J., New York, N. Y", Sofa-lxMlstead 

Bradford, D., Hamilton, Canada. Car-coupling 

Bradford, II. (See Wilford, J. B., assignor.) 

Bra<lford, II., Reading, Pa. Separator for coal, ores, &c 

Same FeiHling-devico for coal and ore separators 

Same Apparatus for separating ores an<l other substances 

Same Coal-breaker 

Bradford, II. C, Providence, R. I. Crank-nmvement 

Same Machine for setting button and lacing luNiks 

Bradford, J., assignor to Chicago Shot-Tower Company, Chicago, III. Revolving bnllct- 

mold 

Bnidford, J., Wilmington, Del. Inclined way for building levees 

Bradford, K G., Plymouth, Mass. Bedstea<l. fastening 

Bradford, W. B., Charlotte, N. C. Sash-holder 

Bradley and Hubbard. (See Bradley, N. L., assignor) (Design.) 

Same same. 

Same (Sec Evarts, J. A., assizor.) 

Same (See Evarts & Cinquiui, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

^ ame (See Shcpard, II. E., assignor.) 

Same (See Stratton, H., assignor.) 

Samo (See Tjler, H. B., a.ssignor.) 

Bradley. A. C. (See Bradley, S. R. and A. C.) 

Bradley, B.C., Chicago, 111. Cultivator 

Same Wi-ench 

Bradley, C. (See Smith, I. B. and H., and Bradley.) 

Bi-adley, C. A., Monticello. Fla. Steam-washer 

Bradley, C. D., Taunton, Mass. Medical comiwund for neutralizing the taste of co<Miver 

oil 

Bradley, C. E., Wilmington, Dcd. Comnound for filling Woo<l 

Bradley, K. F., assignor to J. Sheldon, New Haven, Conn. Brush-machine 

Bradh-y, E. L., c^ ot. (iSVe Andrews. E., assignor.) 

Bradley, E. N., Bridgeport, Conn. Wall or window washer 

Bra^lley, G., assignor to C. It Chandler, Rockford, III. Wheel cultivator 

Bradley, H. D., iissignor to Bristol Brass and Clock Company, Fon^stville. Conn. Hinge. 
Bradley, J., and J Nicholas.Gomer.O. Machine for thrashing and hulling clover. (Reissue) 

Same Machine for thrashing and hulling corn 

Bradley, L., Jersey^ City. N. J. Apparatus for ele<;tric measurement 

Bradley, M.. Springtielil, Mass., assignor to the Union Manufacturing Comimny, New 

Britain, (Joiiu. Butt-hinge (Design).. 

Bradley, N. L., assignor to Bradley and Hubbard, AVest Meriden, Conn. Lamp- 
foot (Design) . . 

Same Lamp pedestal -• (Design) . . 

Same Chandelier 

Bradlev, S. R. and A. C, Brooklyn, N. Y. CaI••^tarter 

Bradley, W. (Si-e Parmit^r & BiwHey.) 

Bradley, W., I'rovidence, R. I. Cover for pitchers 

Bradley, W. L. (See Whiltier, C, assignor.) 

Bradley, W. L., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for treating ollal 

Bradt,'T.D. (iS><' Greene & Bradt.) 

Brady, F. A., et al. (See Gilford, E. N., assignor.) 

Brady, L. (J., Chambersvillc, Pa. Dumping-car 

Bragg, H. M. (See DuH'ee, E., iwsignor.) 

Braig, I. W., Kidiler, Mo. HarvesU'r 

Brann, J., Jersey City, N. J. Railway-Log 

Same Railway-crossing 

Braidwootl, J. (See Chaput and W. and J. Braidwooil.) 
Braidwood, W. (See Chaput and W. and J. Braidw<»od.) 

Braidwood, W. and H.J. Hewitt, New Y'ork, N. Y. RoUiry i»rintiog ]»rcss 

Same siimo 

Bradley. I*., Oakland, Cal. Swimming-bath 

Branible, J., .jr. (See Eiitrekin A.-. Bramble.) 

Bramer, F., l^ittle Falls, N. Y. Combined wheelbarrow and Metdcr . . : 

Branch, G. M., Winona, jissignor to W. A. M<M»re, Magnolia, Miss. Horsepower 

Branch, H. A., et al. (See Dayton, ]M. E., assignor.) 
ISvaneh, J. H. (S^'e Crookes, J., assignor.) 
Branch, J. W. (See Crookes. J., assignor.) 

Same (See Marriott, A., assignor.) 

Brand, C. F., asi*igiu»rs of onehalf interest to Philadelphia Architectural Iron Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for bending sheet-metal - • - - 

Same Assignors to the Architectural Iron Company, PhilatleJphia, Piu Fire- 
proof partition # 



Oct. 21,1873 
()cU 21,1873 
Sept 2, 1873 



Feb. IR, lr«73 
July 29. 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Oct. 14, 1873 
Ajr. 1, 1873 

Oct. 28,1873 



Nov. 25, 
July 1. 
May 13, 
A]»r. 2i), 
June 24, 
S«pt 23, 
Dec. 9, 
Aug. 5. 
Nov. 18, 
May 6, 
Jau. 14, 
Jan. 28. 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
lh73 
1J?73 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 



39G 

343 

44 



535 

Sin 

313 
242 
IIG 

544 

677 

95 

350 

1, 020 

C35 

593 

31G 

9 

374 

235 

324 

706 



Sept. 30, 18rJ I 7a5 

Sept 30. 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Jau. 21, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Jan. 28, 1873 

July 1, lf73 

i Feb. 25, 1873 

Jan. 14, 1873 



Feb. 14,1873 
June 24, 1873 

Apr. 8,1873 

July 22. 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
May 27. 1873 
Oct 28,1873 
May t», 1873 
Jau. 7,1873 

Oct 7, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Dec. 10,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
May 13, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 



Nov. 18, 1873 

July 8,1873 
May 27, IH73 
Dec. 23, 1873 



July 29, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 



877 
80 
344 
537 
310 

6.59 

95 

842 

225 



131 

114 

15, 10 



177 

281 

103 

81 

38 

180 

22!> 

32 

108 

»ZH 

199 

202 

1U6 

2 

120 

73 

10:1 

247 

C271 
^272 
300 
27 
115 
174 
111 

212 
3:1 

272 
72 



6 


2 


G36 


200 


289 


89 


GM 




078 




117 


38,39 


59 


18 


■ 268 


90 


709 


244 


744 


247 


80 


20 


128 


41 















81 
351 


2<; 

101) 


82 


26 


325 


104 


425 


143 


298 
770 
679 


100 
244 
222 



Oct 14,1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 



910 
912 
093 


298 
21>9 
224 


0!I7 
497 


219 
104 


153 


51 


284 


IK) 



Omeial 
Gazette. 



4 
4 
4 



3 
4 
4 
4 

3 



4 

4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 

4 
3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
3 



3 
3 



4 
4 
3 

3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 



4 

4 
3 
3 

3 

3 






430 
42(5 
246 



195 
114 
109 
40!l 
366 

453 

567 
16 
536 
482 
691 
323 
623 

i:m 

532 

516 

46 

109 

354 
362 

426 

78 
107 

101 

16 

211 

38 



128 
691 

392 

88 
567 
306 

361 
619 
591 
469 
504 
17 

380 

354 

041 

13 

536 

13 

46 



535 



4 


44 


3 


591 


4 


670 


4 


118 


4 


118 


3 


219 


3 


0!N) 


3 


303 



4 401 



513 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



21 



Jljjhabeiioal list of patentees for ths year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



1 15, 782 
HO, 112 
142,201 



1 1 1, 312 
140, 459 



14:J,6<»4 
VM, 40l> 
134,510 
142, 202 

138,066 
1:^067 
135, 517 
131). 493 

5,257 
140,8^1 
142,203 
144,380 
i:Ui, 484 
145, 8:w 

6,785 

141,108 
136,695 
145,617 



5,239 
137, 126 

144,251 
142,672 

137, 173 
143, 401 
145, 086 

138, 068 

139, 762 
145, 392 

136,963 

145,618 

140, 113 
135, 317 



139, 655 
135, 030 
135,031 



135, 402 
140,676 
143,958 
138, 069 
144,313 



139,862 
144,054 

141,484 



141, 199 

134, 845 
13i), 111 
145,087 
142, 204 

143,056 

136, 696 

137, 757 

140, 882 

138, 373 

142, 893 



141,538 
134,974 
138,607 

145,839 



Name, residence, and iDvention. 



Brand, P., J. Barrows, and A. Armstrong, Jacksonviile, Dl. Wind-wlieel 

Brand, W. and G. Pudor, Evansvillo, Ind. Botary chum 

Bniudeis, S., assignor to self and J. R. Jones, and S. T. Beuner, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Metallic column 

Brandon, D. H. (See Barauowski, J. J., assignor.) 
Brandt, H. P. (Scr Voss & Brandt.) 

Branigan, T., Beloit, Wis. Boot-tree 

ISrannen, J. {See Blaisse & Brannen.) 

Brannen, J., Phila<lelphia, Pa. Sliding or extension chandeliers 

Branson, J. L. {See Barker, J. C, assignor.) 
Brascltou, T. C. {See Grigsby & Braseltou.) 
Brajks, R. {See Koch &. Brass.) 



Date. 



Brassil, M., JIartford, Conn. Spark-arrester for locomotives 
Brat<>, B. F., New Scotland, N. Y. Cultivator 



Nut-machine. 



Dec. 23, 1873 
June 24, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 



Nov. 4, 1873 
July 1,1873 



Oct. 14,1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Feb. 4,187:1 
June 3,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 

Dec. 16, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 



5s^ov. 
Sept. 



4, 1873 
9, 1873 



Bratt, L. H., South Bend, Ind. Horse-power 

Braun, A. & F. , Butlalo, N. Y. Billiard-Uible 

Braun, F. {See Braun, A. &. F.) 

Braun, J., assignor to Goodell, Braun & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Same Machine for making niacliine-screws 

Brannan, G. A., Baltimore, Md. Cur-axle lubricator 

Bi-ay, A., Chicoiwe. Mass. Invalid-bedstead 

Bray, M., Newton, Mass. Die for forming sheet-metal wai*e (Keissue) . . 

Siime ...... Manufacture of hollow rivets 

Same Boot and shoe heel 

Same Can for fruit, &c 

Bray, W., Lambertville, N. J. llefrigeratiug apparatus for vessels, railway-cars, &c 

Same Ici)-machine ^ 

Brayer, N., Rochester, N. Y. Monumental urn (Design) . . 

Bray ley, J. {See Bronson, L., assignor.) 

Bray ton, E. K., and J. Baugh, Eau Claire, Wis. Trace-buckle 

Brear, A., Saugatuck, Conn. Smokinc-tube 

Same assignor to self and W. W. W. Wood, Washington, D: C. Rotary pump 

or blower 

Brcarlj', J. T. {See Roberts, I., assignor.) 

Breckenridge, R. M., West Meriden , Conn. Stove-pipe damper (Reissue.) . . 

Breed, A ., La Harpe, 111. Clack-valve for woo<len pumps ; . . . 

Breed, G. F., et al. {See Carey, A. C, assignor.) 

Breetlon , H. S., Barrj', 111. Sci ssors 

Breese, J. W., Canandaigua, Mich. Grain-separator 

Breitenstein, H. {See Bailey, J., assignor.) 

Brenner, F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Apparatus for pitching cask 

Brenner, M., Baltimore, Md. Slaughtering-apparatus 

Brertilon, R., Easton, Pa., assignor to B. Douglass, Montrose, N. J. Steam and vapor 

generator j Dec. 2,1873 

Bresnihan, J. D., Montgomery, Ala. Boiler fire-extinguisher, 

Brett, B., Geneva, Ohio. Automatic boiler- feed regulator 

Brett, H. W., Boston, Mass. Sand-paper roller 

Brettell, E. W. , New Haven, Conn. Permutation-lock 

Same Tumbler for permutation-looks 

Brettell, G. E., Rochester, N. Y. Mandrel for holding tempered cast rings 

liroyaJ, L., Paris, France. Apparatus for expressing liquid from spent tan-bark 

Brevoort, H. L. {See Craig Jc Brevoort.) 
Brewer, J. {See Morrell «fe Brewer.) 

Brewer, R., New York, N. Y. Railway-car axle-box 

Brewer, W. D., Charlestown, Mass. Cigar bunch-pressing and molding machine 

Same Retainer for pressed and molded cigar-bunches 

Brewster & Co. {Sec Motfier, J. L. H., assignor.) 
Brewster, J. B. <fe Co. (5^; Wood, T. H., assignor.) 

Brewster, W. S., Chicago, 111. Lock for freight-car doors 

Brice, G. A., Town ville, Pa. Fifth- wheel for vehicles 

Same Spring- wagon 

Brick, J. M., Marlton, N. J. Corn-stalk knife 

Bridge, J., Augusta, Me. Wood-grinder 

Bridge, L. {See Stuart & Bridge.) 

Bridgeport Electro-Casting Company. {See Rebstock & Ottner, assignors) . . (Reissue.) 

Bridges, A., Wes'tfleld, N. J. Car-spring 

Brion, R. & W., Jersey City, N. J. Ventilator and pipe-hole plate for tents 

Brien, W. {See Brien, R. & W.) 

Brientnall, G. W., Lancaster, Pa. Shirt-collar fastener 

Briggs, A. E. {See Briggs, J., W. H., «fc A. E.) 
Briggs, C. C, et al {Ser Skinner, H. M., assignor.) 

Briggs, E., Cleveland, Ohio. Cultivator 

Briggs, F. M. {See Thompson, J. G., assignor.) 

Briggs, G. W., New Haven, Conn. Die for capping screws 

Briggs, J., Toronto, Canada. Chimney and fire-place , 

Briggs, J. N., South Adams, Mass. Saw-set , 

Briggs, J., W. n., &. A. E., Newport, Kv. Locomotive head-light 

Briggs, Ij. W. {See Briggs, O. P. & L. W.) 

Briggs, L. W., assignor of two-thirds interest to T. M. Curtiss and U. H. Latld, Chicago, 

111. Device for raising sunken vessels , 

Briggs, O. P. &. L. W., assignors of half interest to G. W. Gillett, Chicago, III. Bung-bush 
Briggs, O. P. &. L. W., said O. P. assignor to said L. W. Briggs, Chicago, 111. Machine ) 

for threading nuts .'. > 

Briggs, R., Philadelphia, Pa. Crane 

Briggs, S. A., Tidioute, Pa. Self-tamping torpedo 

Briggs, W. H. {See Briggs, J., W. H., &, A. E.) . 

Brignam, C. II., assignor to sidf, G. F. Smith, Marlborough, S. Moore, and H. Rodgers, 

Sudbury, Mass. Method of forming soles of boots and shoes 

Brigliam, C. P., et al. {See Howard &. Jackson, assignors.) (Reissue.) 

IJright, J. M., and E. Standt, Bernville, Pa. Planting-machine 

Bright, W., Saint Louis. Mo. Newspaper-file holder 

Brightman, N. P., Now IJeilford, Mass. Steam-generator 

Brifi, G. M. {Sec Brill, J. G. &. G. M.) 

Brill, J. G. &. G. M., Philadelphia, Pa. Operating car-doors 

Brilmayer, F. {See Shellenback 6c Brilmayer.) 



Monthly 
volume. 



Mar. 2.1, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Dec 9, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Dec. 16,1873 
June 24, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 



June 10, 1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Oct. 28,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



June 17, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

xVug. 5, 1873 



July 29, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
May 20, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 



Sept 23, 1873 
Mar. II, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Sept 16, 1 873 

Aug. 5,1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
May 6, 1873 

Dec 23,1873 






679 
636 

738 



114 

96 



243 

49 

9 

739 

733 
734 
110 
46 
842 
477 
740 
184 
114 
722 



705 
313 

525 

633 
705 

71 
316 

747 
3 

45 
736 
306 
317 

548 

526 
637 
767 



P 



655 
314 

445 

478 
1,026 

508 

110 
149 
120 

723 



222 

200 

213 



38,39 
33 



82 

17 

3 

243 

232 

232 

35 

14 

271 

161 

243 

6.3 

38 

238 



236 
104 

172 

206 
234 

23 
105 

247 
1 

14 
233 

95 
106 
181 
182 
173 
200 
248 



198 


65 


501 


161 


502 


162 


6 




299 


100 


545 


181 


737 


233 


115 


39 


400 


125 


631 


208 


65 


21 


802 


262 


326 


104 


586 


184 


47 


14 


740 


244 



224 
104 

i:t8 
i;t9 

162 
323 



173 

35 

144 

40 

238 



OlTicial 
Gazette. 






4 
4 



4t 
3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 



3 
3 
4 
4 



4 
3 

3 

4 
3 



4 

3 
3 






677 
092 

Q*>0 



488 
16 



409 

249 

8 

222 

450 
450 
136 
612 
115 
66 
222 
505 
255 
680 
108 



4 


94 


3 


279 


4 


652 


3 


86 


3 


331 


4 


484 


4 


279 


3 


3.34 


4 


381 


4 


589 


3 


450 


3 


649 


4 


6;23 


3 


308 


4 


652 


3 


692 


3 


109 


3 


641 


3 


75 


3 


75 


3 


128 


4 


44 


4 


453 


3 


451 


4 


488 


3 


664 


4 


460 



140 



109 

46 

.568 
.589 
222 



328 
279 

417 

66 
4»2 



306 

144 

71 

507 

680 



22 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphuhetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



HO, 4G0 
MO, IKJ 
1-10, 4()1 

141,316 
«, 014 
115, (ill) 
14:J, 120 
5,218 
140.004 
142,077 



5, ono 

140,402' 
143,612 



135, 704 
13j?,785 

136,064 
137, 821 
144,734 

136,129 



142, 9M7 
142.988 
i:J5, 765 

137,758 
1 JO, 005 
142,673 
145,986 
110,572 
HI, 109 



5, 333 

142, 894 
139, 863 

0,386 
144,949 
136, 020 
144,4:i5 
134,511 
139, 538 

134, 587 

135,518 
141,691 



141,735 



139,764 
141,110 



140,678 

112,674 

135, 767 

135, im 
VM\, 697 



Name, residence, aud iuventioD. 



Brimble, E. iSte Lane, J. W,. amignor.) 

llrimin^haiD, G. 11., Trontou, TfiiD. SnhRoil-plow 

lirinckiimnn, A., Now York, N. Y. Self-closiu;; faiicot 

Briugier, M. S., AscenBion Parish, La. Apx>aratU8 and iiroceHts fur cxtractiu<; saccharine 

matter from sugar-cane 

Same Apparatus for extracting saccharine matter from cane, &c 

Brin'jman, (1. E.. Philadelphia, Pa, Knobs and plates (Design).. 

IhinKerhoff. A. W., Upper Sanduskv, Ohio. Tool for molding inkstands 

IJrinkerhort", G. F., Bucyrus, Ohio. f>tove-pii>e connection 

Brinkerhort", J., Auburn, N. Y. Clothes-wringer (Ueisstte) . . 

Brinlj, T. E. C, Louisville, Ky. Plow 

Brinser, E. C, assignor of one-half interest to S, C. Briuser, Middletowu, Pa. Table-hinge. 

Brinser, S. C. (See Brins4^r, E. U., assignor.) 

Biistol Brass and Chwk Companj*. (See Bradley, H. D., assignor.) 

Bristol, C. B., New Haven, Conn. Snap-hook ...\ (lleiKMue) . . 

Bristol, II. C, assignor to self, W. IX llart, and J. Clark, jr., East China, Uich. Water- 

fee<l for boilei-s 

Britt,J. L. andT. K.,Kalcigh,N.C. Churn 

Britt, T. K. (See Britt, J. L, and T. R.) 
Hrittan, A. (See "Whitcomb, J. B., assignor.) 
Brittan, J. (See Wliitcomb, J. B., assignor.) 



Date. 



July 1. 1873 
June 24, 1873 



July 1, 
July 29, 
Apr. 29, 
Dee. 16, 
S»pt 23, 
Jan. 7, 
June 17, 
Aug. 26, 



1873 
187:1 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 



Kestoring tinned 



Britton, R. G., Springfield, Vt Child's caniago 

Brizee, J., Al varado, Cal. Clothes-line reel ' 

Broadaway, W., et al. (See Kuth, W. A., assignor.) I 

Broadbent, J. F. (See Cleary, D. M., assignor.) 

Broadbouks, P., assignor of one-half interest to S. Loaier and E. F. Whitney, Batavia, 

N. Y. Wn»noh and bolt-cutter 

Broadbooks, P., assignor of one-half interest to C. N. Grove, Batavia, N. Y. Pruning- 

shears 

Broadbooks, P., assignor of one-half interest to S. AVakeman, Batavia, N. Y. Cutting- t 

nippers, <fcc y 

Broaameadow, J. P., Bridgeport, Conn. Molding for metal-casting (Extension) . . 

Broadnax, A ., Mont Clair, N. J. Rendering-apparatus for fats, olfal. See 

Broadweli, B. F^ et al. (See Kcrsting, F., assignor.) 

Broadwell, L. W. (See Michaels <fc BroadwelL) 

Brobston, D., Chicago, 111. Sand-sifter 

Same Dredging-scraper 

Brock, A. 1)., Washington, D. C. Steam water -elevator 

Brock, J. "VV., et aL (See Lane, D., assignor) (Two cases.) 

Brock, O. W., Etna, Ohio. Sa wing-machine 

Brocket, E. L., Nelson, Ohio. lU^d-bottom 

Brockett, D. E , Wheeling, W. Ya. Railway-switch 

Bi-ocksmith, H., Saint Louis, Mo. Wagon hay-press 

Brock way, M., jr., Angola, Ind. Carriage-sea't lastener 

Brockway, W. E., assignor to W^ L. Brockway, New York, N. Y 

sheet-iron 

Brockwav, W. L. (See Brockway, W. E., assignor.) 

Brodhead, J. A., administrator. (See Tufts, O.) (Extension.) 

Siime same. 

Brodic, G., Plum Bayou, Ark. Metallic band for baling. ., (Extenwion) . . 

Brodie, G., Plum Bayou, Ark., assignor to J. J. McComb, Liverpool, England. Cotton- 
bale tie (Reissue) . . 

Brodie, G., Plum Bayou, Ark. liale-tio 

lirombacher, C, Tarry town, N. Y. Machine for seaming sheet-metal 

Bromley, J., & Sons. (See Bromley. J. II., assignor) (De»ipn.) 

Bromley, J. H., ansignor to J. Bromley «fc Sous, Philadelphia, Pa. Carpet (Design) . . 

Bromley, T, II., Stoneborough, Pa. Sleigh-brake 

Bronsoii, E. I)., Amsterdam, N. Y. Broom-bag 

Bronson, U. M., Sandusky, Ohio. Implement for capping cartridges 

BrouMon, L., assignor to J. Brayley, BuD'alo, N. Y. Uorse-iiowrr 

Brooke, J. M., Lexington, Va., assignor of one-half interest to T. T. Muinford. Apparatus 

for forcing water by direct coniiensation of air 

Brooke, W. M., Eaton, Ohio. Inkstand - - 

Brookmann, A., Chicago, 111. Button-fastening 

Brooks, B. G., Manchester, N. II. Apparatus for washing printed or bleached goods 

Brooks, B. II., New Haven, Conn. Combined hook and happ 

Brooks, C. H. (See Smillie &. Brooks.) 
Brooks, E. F. (See S*>al &, Brooks.) 

Same (See Seal, C. E., assignor.) 

Same same (Beissuo.) 

Brooks, E. F., Baltimore, Md., assignor to self and C. E. St al, Winchester, Va. Auto- 
matic lubricating water aud gas cock 

Brooks, E. J. (See Brooks. F. W., assignor.) 

Same (See Hamilton, F. C, assignor.) 

Same New York, N. Y. Combined labt^l and seal for locks '. 

Brooks, F. W., assignor to E. J. Brooks, New York, N. Y. Sial for locks 

Brooks, G. D., et al. (See Brooks, W. D., assignor.) 

Samo (See Spence, J. F., assignor.) 

Brooks. G. D., et al., assignor to self and M. C. Brooks, Baltimore, Md. Sheet uu- tal 

seaming-niachine 

Brt.)oks, G. W., Bloomingtou, III. Blind-slat fastener 

Brooks, IL W., c< ai. (iStv Shaw, A. B., assignor.) , , » 

Brooks, J., assignor to self and C. Howard «fc Co., North Bridgewater, Mass. Machine ( 

for turning sewing-machine needle-blanks S 

Brooks, J. M., Woodbury, (ja. Cotton-planter 

Brot>ks, J. M., jr., Griftin, Ga. Ct>ttou-press 

Brooks, J. W., trust«>e. (.Sec Ellis. G. W., asHignor) (Uei.s«ue.) 

Same (See Ellis &, (ilidden, assignors) (lUissue.) 

Same (Se^ Fairfield, H. P., assignor.) 

Same (See Glidden & Fairfield, assignors.) 

Same (See G lidden. C. W., assignor.) 

Same (See Helms. C. H., assignor) ; (Reissue.) 

Same (Sec Knowlton, A., assignor.) 



Nov. 4,1873 

July 1,1873 
Oct^ 14,1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
May 13, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 
Nov. 18. 1873 
Nov. 29, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 



Sept. 23, 1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Sept. 9, 1873 
Dee. '30, 1873 
July 8,1873 

July 22, 1873 



Mar. 22, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 
Juno 17, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
F«b. 18, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

June 3,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
May 6, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



m 



9S 
699 



527 
703 
208 
516 
632 



101 
199 



550 



594 
595 
349 

449 
517 
316 
878 
213 



121 
110 
262 



Nov. 18, 1873 489 166 4 541 



June 10, ler.i 
July 22,1873 



July 8, 1873 
Sept. !>, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 

Feb. 11.1873 
Mar. II, 1873 



308 
707 



IJfO 
317 



350 
315 



58 



Omoial 
Gazcttt). 



3 




95 
236 



3 
3 



492 



3 308 



323 
32:J 
167 



94 



3 296 



342 

306 
604 



167 

167 
279 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873 



23 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



145, 485 



142, 434 

135, 768 
144, 015 
137,888 
1:K», 53!) 
130, 763 

140, 679 

135. 318 

138, :n4 

140,344 

130, 404 
145,028 
145,710 
137, 412 

6,878 

6, 870 

141,421 

141, 422 
144.825 
13(i.2I0 
140.883 
143, 121 

144, 252 

134, 846 

143, 325 
138,47:J 
136, 000 

138, 375 

140, 006 
1:J8, 840 
136,641 

141, ail 

145,620 
142, 372 
137, 174 

135, 074 
139, 765 
135,769 
144, 050 

140,003 
145, 783 

136, 358 

142, 675 



144, 508 
138,125 

141,626 
130, 364 
142, 805 



142, 896 
5, 273 
* 5, 274 
130, 21»2 
145.332 
130, 864 
130, 36;i 

130,233 

144,055 
141.200 
142, 373 
145,148 
134, 637 
145,621 

141,485 

138, 376 
141,4*23 



142, 143, 
144,253 
145, 020 
145, 840 



Name, residence, and invcution. 



Brookfl, M., Chica^^o, 111. Drawing-kniTe 

Brooks, M. C. (Si'e Brook a. G. D., assi^jnor.) 
Brooks, M. C, et al. (See Brooks, W. 1)., assignor.) 

Same (See Spence, J. F., asaij^nor.) 

Brooks, M. D., Boston, Mass. Ki vet-setting macliine 

Brooks, S. R. (See MuUownv, Cope <fe Brooks.) 

Brooks, T., Canton, Ohio. Manufacture of stoi'l 

Brooks, W. C., Stonebam, Pa. Car-coupling 

Brooks, W. D., assignor to M. C. and G. 1). Brooks, Baltimore, Md. Snldcring-niacliinc. . . 

Same same same 

Same same same 

Same same same 

Brooks, W. P., Lawrence, Kans. Wasliin^-nmcliino 

Brooks, W. P., and J. D. HartKoll, Ozawkie, Kan.s. Wasliing-maciiino 

Same Clothes-wringer , 

Brooks, W. P. B- (See Moulton, J., assignor.) 

Brooks, W. R., Phelps, N. Y. Clotlies- washer 

Brossean, V., Saint Sebastian, Canada. Mannfactnre of imitation medicated wines 

Brotherhood, P., Notting-IIill, England. Triple-cyUnder engine 

Browell, J., San tYauci.sco, Cal. Chimney 

Browen, M. P. {See Allen, Browen &. Mo'nithrop ) 

Brower, B., New York, N. Y. Inkstand (Design).. 

Same same same 

Same Water- Im)w1 

Same ('opy ing-press table 

Same Inkstand 

Brower, H. L., New York, N. Y. Burglnr-alarm 

Same Antoniatic toy ? 

Brower, H. L., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. 1). Brower, Yonkers, N. Y. Automatic 

toy-dancer 

Brower, I. V., and J. C. Iliggins, Millstone, N. J. Walk-edger 

Brower, J. D. (See Brower, II. L., assignor) 

Brower, S. P., Glen's Falls, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to W. H. Knox. Machine 

for sawing laths 

Brower, S. P., and W. H. Knox, Glen's Falls, N. Y. Lath-machine 

Brown, A ., Fon«l du Lao. Wis. Medical componnd 

Brown, A. C, Chicago, 111. Hanging-bracket or shelf 

Brown, A. L., et al. {See Dnstin, J. K., assignor.) 

Brown, A. P., irpperville, Va. Vacnum-pan 

Brown, A. P., New York, N. Y. Globe-valve 

Brown, C. A., Troy, N. Y. Paper-collar 

Bi-own, C. B., New Rochelle, N. Y. Clothes-line pole 

Brown, C. B., assignor to self and A. Woodman, Lewiston, Me. Roller-clearer for 

spinning-machines 

Brown, C. I)., and E. RDenison, Portland, Me. Manufacture of paper-pulp 

Brown. C. F., Bristol, li. I. Machine for roUinf; ronnd-tapered bars 

Brown, C. H., and J. J. Thomas, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for exhausting and 

washing gas 

Brown, c7 J., Plymouth, N. H. Safety-apparatus for lamps 

Brown, C. M., Baltimore, Md. Ditching-machine 

Brown, C. N., Providence, R. L Machine for gumming saws 

Same Writing-tablet 

Brown, D. (Se£ Smith «fe Ogden, assisnors.) 

Brown, D., assignor to self and W. E. George, Wrentham, Mass. Ilat-prossing machinery. 

Brown, D., Clinton, Tex. AVheel for vehicles 

Brown, E. (See McKinnon, D., assignor.) 

Brown, E., Wappinger's Falls, N. Y. Band comb 

Brown, E. C, Crawiordsville. Ind. Corn-planter 

Brown, E. D. (See Nichols &. Brown.) 
Brown, F. B. (See Rowo &, Brown.) 

Brown, F. E., Pawtucket, R. I. Stud and button 

Brown, F. E., and J. R. Shangle, Hi^htstown, N. J. Cora-sheller 

Brown, F. W. (See Bean, J. H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Brown, F. W., Cincinnati, O. Tucker for sewing-machines 

Brown, G. B., assignor to self and L. J. Bazxoni, Newburgh, N. Y. Carriage-protector . . . 

Brown, G. W., Buffalo, N. Y. Spring bed-bottom 

Brown, Harris & Hopkins. (See Bean & Mills, assignors.) 

Brown, H. (See Smith &, Brown) (Design.) 

Bro^^Ti, H. F., Indianapolis, Ind. Coal and roc k cutting machine 

Brown, H. L., Adrian, Mich. Handcar ( Reissu<^) . . 

Same same (licissue) . . 

Brown, TL L., Middletown, Conn. Automatic fire-alarm 

Same Burglar-alarm 

Brown, H. O., Castleton, Vt. Composition-dressing for roofs 

Brown, H W., Warren, Pa. Buckle for hanging reciprocating saws 

Brown, I., Glenville, Md. Reciprocating steam-engine and saw-mill combinexl 

Brown, T., Edinburgh, New Britain. Watering streets and roads 

Brown, L F., New London, Conn. Washing-machine 

Brown, J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Loom shnttle 

Brown, J., Southampton, 111. Sower attachment to plows 

Brown, J. B., AVashington, D. C. Bag-holder 

Brown, J. C. H., Jersey City, N. J. Chimney-top 

Brown, J. H. (See Douglass & Brown.) 

Brown, J. H., Lynn, Mass. Coal-hod 

Brown, J. L. {Se4! Brown, T. A. &, J. L.) 

Brown, J. L., Brookville, Pa. Slide-valve 

Brown, J. M., Lynn, Mass. Cleaning wool on pelts 

Brown, J. O. (See Bayliss, Brown <t Lomont.) 

Brown, J. O., et al. (See Hwlges. P. F., assignor.) 

Brown, J. R., assignor to self and H. P. Huntoon, Cambridgeport, Mass. Pipe tongs 

Sjune ■ same 

Same same 



Brown, J. R., New Haven, Conn., assignor of one-half interest to U. A. Steai-ns, Lincoln, 
R. I. Process for purifying and bkaching tallow, lard, &c 



Date. 



Dec. 16,1873 



Sept. 2,1873 



Feb. 11 
Oct. 28 
Apr. 15 
June 3, 
June 10, 
July 8 
Jan'. 28 
Apr. 20 
July 1 

June 3, 
Dvc. 30 
Dec. 23 
Apr. 1 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Nov. 2.5 
Feb. 25, 
July 15 



Sept. 23 
Nov. 4 



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1873 
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Jan. 14, 1873 
Sept. 30, 187:J 
May 6, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Apr. 20,1873 
June 17. 1873 
May 13, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1 073 

July 22, 1873 
Dec. 16, 1873 
Sept. 2,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Ian. 21,1873 
■J une 10, 1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Sept 0, 1«73 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Aug. 12,1873 
May 27. 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 



Sept. 16, ISn 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
May 27, 1873 
Dec. 0, 1873 
Juno 17, 1873 
May 27, 1873 

May 27, 1873 

Oct. 28,1873 
July 29, 1873 
Sept. 2,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

Apr. 20. 1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 



Aug. 26. 1873 
Nov. 4. Itt73 
Dec. 30,1873 

Dec. -23,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



405 



07 

352 
500 
5.56 
80 
307 
301 
768 
1,027 


46 
8l»7 
624 
118 



11 

12 
577 
7(M) 
470 

704 
72 



326 

870 
7 

408 

1,028 
517 
352 
271 

6.36 

.528 

46 

747 

5:W 
300 
352 
670 

602 
680 

4 

318 



375 

778 

206 
823 
500 



510 
446 
447 
770 
260 
401 
822 

716 

632 

803 

46 

101 

i:«) 

528 

66 

1,020 
12 



601 

72 

827 

725 



to 



133 






108 
174 

28 

05 

101 

24H 

324 

3 

14 



205 
30 



3 

3 

106 

246 

162 

241 
23 



104 

.300 



165 

324 

164 

100 

01 

214 



16 

248 
175 
96 
113 
230 

204 
222 

2 

106 



126 

248 

65 
263 
174 



174 
145 
145 
244 
90 



263 

225 

226 

208 

262 

16 

34 

42 

173 

21 

324 



227 
2:j 

269 



Otticial 
Gazette 



>■ 


• 

.3 


4 


642 


4 


250 


3 


167 


4 


4.57 


3 


426 


3 


615 


3 


640 


4 


44 


3 


100 


3 


482 


4 


8 


3 


612 


4 


60!l 


4 


672 


3 


3<)6 


4 


270 


4 


270 


4 


136 


4 


i:j6 


4 


558 


3 


•*25 


4 


66 


4 


332 


4 


4H4 


4 


3:J2 


3 


46 


4 


3«W 


3 


408 


3 


30:> 


3 


482 


3 


674 


3 


.5:mj 


3 


276 


4 


84 


4 


6.52 



4 i 246 



3 
3 
3 
3 
4 

4 

4 



4 
3 

4 

3 



4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 



3 
4 



4 
4 
4 



335 

78 
640 
167 
5<57 

a5 

677 

215 

270 



53Q 
454 

KiO 
.505 
'.mi 



4 306 

3 174 

3 ! 174 

3 I .501 

4 I 610 
3 i 6(i4 
3 j :i*Xt 

3 I 586 



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100 
246 
503 
17 
052 



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INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



i:r>,5i9 

137,653 



LV, 377 



1 4.5, 622 
13H, 557 

143. 433 

145,088 
142,0'«H 
142,079 
142, 080 

H.'i.oeo 

143, 951) 

143,960 
1.36, 027 
141,317 

137, 529 



5, 587 
135, 2«i2 
144,381 

136, 698 
143. rXl 
142,8!nr 
135, 770 

13."., 884 
143,324 
136, 410 
144, 436 
136, .581 
143, 402 

138, 070 
140,463 
136,811 

i:}6,642 



139,365 

137,413 
!:«». 112 
134,638 

138,314 



6,774 



1.34, 588 

140, 464 
141,201 
139, 041 

14.5.4^6 

138,609 
143, 961 



136,028 
138, 126 

l:n, 175 
143.746 
138, 786 
134, 847 
140, 402 
5, 392 
5, 293 
139, 540 
140.241 
134,848 
139, 451 
14,'), 623 

44,736 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Brown, J. R., and W. A. Foskett, Now Haven , Conn. Low- water alarm for strain- boilers. 

Same Filter : 

Brown, J. S. (See llull & Brown.) 
Brown, J. W. (See Smith, J. (J., asaignor.) 

Brown, J. W., Bnllerville, Ind., and U. B. West, Pnt in-Bay, Ohio. Gas-apparatus 

Brown, K. (See Carr, W., assifpior.) 
Brown, L., et al. (See Bancroft^ L., assignor.) 
Brown, N. (See Newman &, Brown.) 
Brown, K B., et al. (See Hart, J., assizor.) 

Brown, O. B., and H. G. Carey, Maiden, Masa. Mnsic blacklionrd 

Brown, O. C, Iberia, Oliio. Apparatus tor loading and unloading baggage and fiTi;;lit 

from cars 

Brown, O. L., Hopkinton, Ma6S. Ilemmer 

Brown, P. F. (See Young, C. A ., assignor.) 

Bi-own, 11. A., Oakland, 'Sum, Plow 

Brown. R.H., Linneus, Mo. Heating-stove 

Same same 

Same Beaorvoir cooking-stove 

Same Cooking-stove 

Brown, U. T., Newport, Ky. Bucket ^ 

Brown's. (See Walker & Brown.) 

Brown, T. A. and J. L., Koanoke, 111. End-gate for wagons 

Brown, W., Butte des Morta, Wis. Harrow 

Brown, W.. Saint Louis, Mo. Machine for dressing and crozing barrels 

Brown, W. B. (See Parsons, W., assignor.) 

Brown, W. F., assignor of two-thirds interest to W. F. Coombs and B. Housley, Hardin 



County, Ky. Device for cleaning wells. 
Brown, W. G., et al. (See Du^^tin, J. E., assignor.) 



Brown, W. G., and J. W. Jedkins, Monmouth, Me. Car-coupling attachment . (Keissue) . 

Same same 

Brown, W. H., Worcester, Mass., and D. F. WilliaqiSi assignors to Bailey Tool Company, 

AVoonsocket, R, I. Bench-plane 

Brown, W. J., Momonce, 111. Apparatus for hoisting and dumping loaded wagons , 

Brown, W. S., Norwood, 111. Farm -gate 

Brownback, P. W., Limerick Station, Pa, Sausage stuffor 

Browne, A. W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Althof Bergman & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Automatic toy 

Browne, C. B., Gcneseo, 111. Carpet-fastener 

Browne, J. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Weather-strip 

Browne, M. A., Chicacfo, lU. Attachment for sewing-machine tables 

Browne, W. F., New York, N. Y. Balloon advertising 

Browne, W. U., and W. M. Pegram, Baltimore, Md. Car brake 

Brownell, C, Troy, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to P. J. Marsh, Lansingburgh, N.T. 

Stove platform 

Brownlee, G., Princeton, Ind. Lamp , 

Brownlee, T., Fairbury, 111. Trace-buckle 

Brnbaker, A. M., Millersville, assignor of two-thirds interest to W. Crompton and A. B. 

Greenwalt, Lancaster, Pa. Hitehing-strap 

Brubakcr, A. M., and B. R. Witmer, Millersville, Pa. Bee-hive 

Bruce, D. W. (See Herriet, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Bruoe, D. W. (See Ilenburgb, H., assignor) (Dchign.) 

Bruc«s D. W. (See Ruthven, E. C, assignor) (Design.) 

Bruce, D. W., New York, N. Y. Printing-typo 

Bmeck, G., New York, N. Y. Fans . 

Brufek, O., Union Hill, N. J. Rocking-chair fan 

Bnien, J. T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Collar 

Bruen, L. B. (See Burbonr, T. P., assignor.) 

Bruff, K. P. (See Swan, J., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Brnhl, S., New York, N. Y. Doublet stones 

Bruhn, D. (See Fiacber & Bmhn.) 
Brumbaugh, A. B. (See Paul, J. A., assignor.) 
Brumbaugh, D. H; (See McCool, W. C, assignor.) 
Brummel, A. (See Follett & Brnmmell.) 

Brundage, J. T., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Fan (Design)., 

Bniudretl, W. J. (See Lamason. B. P., assignor.) 
Brane, H., eC al. (See Buckner, C, assignor.) 

Bronjes, P. 0., ana A. Benneckendorf,iioboken, N. J. Machine for cutting sugar into 

blocks 

Same same *•.. 

Same same 

Brunker, W. A., Farmersburgh, Ind. Lifting-jack 

Bruno, T., Saginaw, Mich. Lath-machine 

Brunswick, E., Chicago, 111. Billiard- table 

Brunswick, S., and H. Ikirlinghans, sr., said Borlinghaus assignor to said Brunswick, 

Saint Louis, Mo. Billiard- table cushion 

Brunt, S.W. (&C Stevens, S. M., assignor.) 

Brush, A. G., Susquehanna Depot, Pa. Potato-digger 

Brush, J. N., Olmstead County, Minn. Car-brake 

Brush, L. (See Jebb &, Brusii.) 

Brusie, R, New York, N. Y. Portable fountain and lawn-sprinkler 

Bruson, W. C, Chicago, 111. Anti-freezing fire-extinguisher 

Bruton, D. R., Concord, N. C. Clover-harvester 

Bryan, E. F., Savannah, Ga. Crib-attachment for bedsteads 

Bryan,L.,New York, N. Y. Toy 

Bryant, A. H., Chicago, 111. Egj?.carrier (Reissue) . . 

Same New York,N. Y. Egg-carrier (Reissue).. 

Same Chicago, III. Eggcanier 

Bryant, B. S., Hanson, Mass. Mouo of finishing shoe-soles < 

Bryant., H. II., Boston, Mass. Loom-shuttle 

Same Construction of buildings 

Bryant, J. A., Pott«ville, Pa. Device for i*emoving snow from railway's 

Bryant, J. M. (See Bryant, S. H. and J. M., and H. L. McGaw.) 

Bryant, S. H. and J. M., and H. L. McGaw, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hommer for sewing-machines 



Date. 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1673 



Apr. 29, 1873 



Dec. 16, 1873 

May 6,1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 

Dei5. 2. 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Oct. 28, l8rj 

Oct. 28,1873 
Feb. 18, 1H73 
July 29, 1873 



Apr. 8,1873 

Oct. 7, 1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Ftb. 18,1873 
Sept30, 187:^ 
Mar. 4,1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

Oct. 7,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
July 1, 1873 

Mar. 18. 1873 
Mar. 1 1, 1873 



May 27, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
May 20, 1873 
Jaii 4, 1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 



July 15, 18T3 



J.in. 7, 1873 
July 1,1873 
July 29, 1873 
May 20, 1873 

Dec. 16,1873 

May 6, 1873 

Oct 28,1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Mar. 

Oct 

May 

Jan. 

July 

May 

Feb. 

June 

June 

Jan. 

Juno 

Dec. 



2.5, 1873 
21, IUTA 
13, 1873 
14, 18TJ 

1,1873 

6, 187:1 
25,1873 

.3,1873 
24, 1873 
14, 187:1 

3,1873 
16, 1873 



Nov. 18, 1873 






111 
34U 



1,029 



81 

?a 

.48 
(KI3 
6:{4 
635 

49 
546 

546 

915 



2:n 

143 
723 

ia5 

315 

82 

512 

3,')3 
471 

878 

50 

232 

221 

5 
737 
102 

425 
272 



824 

119 

587 

vm 



979 



83 
102 

803 
520 

406 

122 

547 

589 
779 

748 
345 
295 
328 

54 
236 
889 

81 

743 

328 

4 

531 

490 



bo 

u 



36 
105 



324 



173 

26 
12 

15 
208 
208 
209 

15 
181 

181 
193 
300 



72 

47 
231 

63 
104 

28 
174 

113 
1.V2 
300 

18 
78 
74 

2 

233 

34 

141 
91 



263 
264 

39 
184 

42 



307 



OOicial 
Gazette. 






248 
115 

91 
104 

19 

74 
286 

28 

234 

105 

1 

174 

\m 



3 
3 



3 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
3 
4 



3 

4 
3 

4 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 

4 
3 
4' 

3 
3 



3 
3 
3 



3 
4 
4 
3 

3 



3 



3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
•3 
3 
4 



ee 



136 
396 



482 



26 

35 
263 
164 
1:J3 
144 

40 

181 

194 

249 3 4.'>4 



6,'>3 

.'>04 
3H3 

.VtO 
213 
213 
213 
.'i89 
4.'>.3 

4.'V3 
199 
119 



387 

392 
105 

505 
280 
3K7 
306 

167 
1!H) 
:J62 
249 

272 

.381 

451 

16 

298 
276 



.595 

367 

.'i68 
17 



478 



.58 



13 

17 

109 

.56:1 

642 

508 

45.3 
199 



.3,35 

426 

531 

46 

12 

516 

235 

615 

700 

46 

609 

652 

541 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1673. 



25 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continuocl. 



No 



Name, residonce, and iuveDtion. 



141.111 
141,627 
VM, H9 
141,259 
141, :nH 
144,437 

142.610 

i4r»,:<9;j 

134.512 
145,487 
144, 887 
139,234 
13fi, (hJJ» 
136, :«9 
i:t6.360 

136,211 
14.5,046 

142, 205 



136, 030 
140,345 
144,826 
143,613 
144. 827 
138,127 



142, 766 

1,38, 474 

141,756 
143,717 
143, 057 

138, 315 
142.6:6 
140,610 



145,394 

144. 502 

141.990 
140,007 
142,767 
140,76:1 
5,668 

138,001 

140,611 

14.5,395 
143,434 
145,333 
i:i6,8l2 

143, 873 

139, 042 
141,692 
137, 654 
1 15, .55:1 

i:n,28<; 

144, 828 
6, 779 

141,757 
134). 411 
5,480 
1.38,8:^1 
141. .539 
144,951 
144, 599 

136. 361 
139,941 
l:t6, 485 

5. 48.> 
135, 687 
144,:i82 
144,0.Vi 
146,042 



Dato. 



Monthly 1 Official 
volume. Gazctto. 



Brj'ant^ W. G., et al. (See Bancroft. L., aAfti^or.) 

Bryant, W. H. (See H«Mily, P. H.. aiMi^or.) 

Brydge«, J. (>. (Se^ Owen Sc BrydgeH.) 

Bryor. J. Q , Wilmington. Dtd. w hoel for vehiclea 

Brynon, J., Qnincy, III. Platform -Hcales 

Bnbw>r, M., Jersey (Mty. N. J. Sliding support for clot hcH-lioeM 

Samo >\'rench 

Bnchanau, (>., Washington. Pa. Rcclining-chatr 

Buchanan. G. G., Cotton Plant, Mi.ss. Churn 

BucImt, J. U., et al. (Se£ Gibbs. L.. assignor) (Rcissuo.) 

Buckhoit, B. W., East Li vcriHwd. Ohio. FaHteiiing for rnil way rail joints 

Bncholx, A., Janosvillo, Wis. Whoel for voliicles 

Buchtel, J., Portland, Grog. Photographic plato-holder 

Same IMiotographic Imckground 

Back, E.. and E. W. Kirk, Cincinnati, low^a. Clierry-atoner 

Buck, E. A., Baniior, Me. Moccasin-I>oot 

Back. H., Polo, 111. Apparatus for olovaling and unloading hay 

Samo Jiiiil way-c«r .' 

Samo Bill stftr- spring for vehicles 

Back, I. D. (See Garsed & Buck.) 

Buck, M., Lebanon, N. IL Teuoning-machino 

Buck, M., North Rush.N. Y. Wagon jack 

Buckalew, L S. (See Fenis, J. L,, assignor.) 

Buckingham, T. L., Philaflelnhia, Pa. Tooth pluggor 

Buckland, A. A., et al. (See Holt Sc Marshall, assignors ) 

Buckland, E. H., et al (See Holt & Marshall.) 

Buckland, T. A. (See ThornUm <fe Buckland) (Reissue.) 

Buckley, C, West Meriden, ('onn. Curtain-flxturo ? 

Buckley. S., and P. IL Lawrence, Lawrenceburgh, Pa. Oil-tool extractor 

Buckley, T. L., Mankato, Minn. Wrench 

Bucklin, C. S., lied Bank, N. J. Apparatus for fllling cans with tomatoes, &c 

Bucklin, E.,Jr., assignor to C. E. Davis and F. A. Newell, Pawtncket, R L Hose-wrench 

Buckman, A. &, E., Brooklyn, N.Y. Selt-closing faucet 

Buckman, E. (See Buckman, A. & E.) 

Bucknam, C. H. (See Higgins, S., assignor.) 

Bucknam, IL C , Bucksport, Me., assignor to J. P. Bass, Bangor, Me. Device for cleaning 
snrfaco-cx)ndenscrs 

Buckner. C, assignor of part interest to IL Brune, J. Reiners, J. H. A. Lndwig, and J. M. 
Ward, San Francisex), Cal. Wave-power , 

Bucknor, R. B., Gilroy, Cal. Car-coupling 

Buckner, W. P., Union County, Tenu. Wagon-brake 

Budd, J. C, Union Township,' N. J. Piston -pact ing 

Budenbnrg. A. (See Buss, E.. assignor.) 

Budge, U. T., and C. W. Russell, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Bag-holder weighing-scales 

Budlong, S., Providence, li. I. Washing-machine 

Buell. E., and J. W. Lilley, assignors to L. Sieliert and J. W. Lillcy, Columbus, Ohio. Let- 
ter fil«5 and binder 

Butfalo Dental Manufacturing ('ompany. (See Hayes, G. E.. assiguor.) 

Buttington, C. W., Cleveland, Ohio. St6ering-api>aratu8 for vessels 

BufTuro, D. (See Wells, W., assignor.) 

Buford, A. G., assignor of one-h.alf interest to A. J. McConnioo and H. L. Duncan, Water 
Valley, Miss. Cotton-bale tie 

Bugbee, G. W., assignor to J. A. Faj' & Co., (Mncinnati, Ohio. Device for setting saw-teeth. 

Buhler, M., Lamoille, III. Shipping and show case for boots and shoes 

Biiler, J., New York, N. Y. Vapor-bath 

Bull, D., assignor to self and J. H. Holmes, Amboy, Ilh Miter-machine 

Bull, J., Gale^burgh, 111., assignor to Van Wagoner &. Williams, New^ York, N. Y. Gate- 
latch ( Reissue) . . 

Bullard, I., Readville, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Warren, Boston, Mass. 
Capping piano-ham mors 

Bullard, J. IL, assignor of one-half interest to A. W. Page, Chicopeo Falls, Mass. Manu- 
facture of knitting-machine needles 

Bullard, W. A., Kalamasoo. Midi. Lubricator for car-wheels 

Bullitt, H. M., Louisville, Ky. Plow-carriage 

Bullock, J., Windsor, N. Y. Carriage-spring 

Bullock, M. C, New York, N. Y., assignor of one-fourtli interest to S. E. Grisoom, Maha- 
noy Plane, Pa. Safety-clamp for rock-drill rods . . . , 

Bnlman, A., Newburgh, N. Y. Means of raising floating timber and loading vessels 
therewith 

Bunch, G., Bonnet's Mill, Mo. Stock for drilling or tapping instruments 

Bunch, W. H., Windsor, N. C. Rotary churn 

Bundy, N. H., New York, assignor to self and A. F. Weaver, Brooklyu,N. Y. Balance<l valve 

Bunker, G. V. & W. I., Yanktcm, Dak. Wire mattress-frame *- 

Bunker, R., Hudson, Wis. Draft-evener 

Bunker, W. 1. (See Bunker, G. V. Sc W. I.) 

Bunnell, A. W., Linosville, I*a. Mop- wringer 

Bunnell, G. W., assignor to C. Rogers &. Brothers, West Meriden, Conn. Casket-handle 
tip (Design).. 

Bunster, C. E. W., Valparaiso. Chili. Elevated wire- way 

Bunster, H. B., Now York, N. Y. Cigar-bunching machine 

Buntin. G.. Boston, Mass. Design for end-frames of car-scats (Reissue).. 

Same Billiard-table 

Same sam e 

Burch, J., and B. Webb, Warren, N. Y. Clothes-drier 

Bnrcb, J. A., Buffalo, N. Y. Picture-frame 

Burch, J. T. (See Cochran, W. A., assignor.) 

Burch, N., North Fairfield, Ohio. Plow 

Burch, W.H., Port Gibson^ Miss. Turn-toble 

Bun-hardt, C. T., New York, N. Y. Centrifugal machine 

Burdett Organ Company. (See Sorensen, A. J., assignor.) 

Burdett, R., Erie, Pa. Reed-organ (Roissno) . . 

Same same .^ 

Same same 

Bnnlick, IL J., and C. S. Fuller, Oswego, N. Y. Middlings-purifier 

Burdick. H. M., and M. R. Flanders. Ilion, N. Y. Hohlback for vehicles 



July 


22, 


1873 


Aug. 12, 


1873 


Jan. 


14, 


1873 


July 


29, 


1873 


July 


29, 


IfT.i 


Nov. 


11. 


1873 


Sept. 


0. 


18ri 


Dec. 


9, 


1873 


Jan. 


7, 


1873 


Dec 


16, 187.^ 


Nov. 


25, 1873 


May 


27, 


1873 


Feb. 


18. 


1873 


Mar. 


4. 


1873 


Mar. 


4, 


18T3 


Feb. 


25, 1873 


Dec 


2,1873 


Aug. 


26,1873 


Feb. 


IH, 


1873 


July 


1. 


1873 


Nov. 


25, 


187:1 


Oct. 


14. 


1873 


Nov. 


25. 


1873 


Apr. 


22, 


18TJ 



Sept 16, 1873 

May 6,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Oct^ 21.1873 
St^pt. 23, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Sept. 9,1873 



July 8,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 



Nov.ll.l>rr3 
Aug. 19, 18ri 
June 17, 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 
July 15, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 



July 
Dec. 
Oct 
Dea 



8, 1873 
9, 1873 
7,1873 
9, 18T.I 



Mar. 18, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 
May 20, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Apr. 8, 18rJ 
Dec. 16,1873 
Apr. 1, l»73 

Nov. 25, 1873 



July 
Aug. 
Mar. 
July 
May 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



22,1873 

12, 1873 

4,1873 

8, 1873 

13, 1873 

.5, 1873 

25. 1873 

18, 1873 



Mar. 4.1873 
June 17. 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 

July 15,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Nov. 11,1873 
Oct 28, 18rJ 
Dec. .•«), 1873 




708 
207 
3>9 
8&3 
916 
2:13 



406 137 4 297 

498 
169 
426 
328 



980 
318 



248 

319 

33 

270 

426 

453 
520 
262 
:)41 
474 
6 

578 



225 
586 



741 244 4 222 



.308 
106 

83 
108 



257 

212 

84 

108 

12 

90 

141 

1.52 
164 
85 
105 
155 
2 

197 



4 
4 
4 
4 



4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 



316 


103 


51 


18 


367 


124 


3.52 


IW) 


112 


35 


680 


230 


375 


127 


6 


2 


469 


147 


115 


38 


587 


198 


286 


IK) 


186 


64 


6:J2 


208 


924 


299 



4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 

4 
3 
4 
4 
4 



478 
279 



40 
623 

:ki 

619 

298 

4:i5 
.56:1 
164 
396 
648 
357 



4 559 



85 
169 
249 

49 
5:16 
144 
567 
532 

246 
669 
255 

75 
162 
505 
460 
707 



26 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



Na 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



137.414 
i:ir», 520 

r». 640 
r..641 

i:io, i«>H 

i:i5,20() 
135, 201 
135,202 

135,203 

139, 235 
141,540 
138, «51 

144,254 



i34. 580 
141,319 
141,330 

143,874 
144.737 
145, 7H4 
144, 952 

137.822 
i:t5, 521 

138. 128 
141,541 
143.403 
141,202 
144. IKJ- 
137, 592 

139, 3fir» 
141.542 
13fi, %5 

137. 75!» 
145,149 

144. 187 

138. 732 
13(5,901 

0,746 

5, 058 
140.405 
141,910 

142,989 

144, .503 
130. 4h; 
137,415 
l:i8. 991 
143,220 
141.203 
rX\ 075 

140.242 
143,494 
14.'.. 785 
145,047 

139, 452 
144, OTm 

5, 440 

l:t5.771 
137,055 
141,543 

140, 612 

26. 475 
i:w», 130 
143.495 
143,614 

135, 772 

6, 703 



135, 773 
143.875 
145,841 
145.090 

136, .582 



Bimlick. S. P., Now York, N. Y. Wood-acrow 

Ptiirdict, O. C, asMifpior to Bi'If and R. Plumb, BufTulo, N. Y. Cutt4«r-liead for p<iiniiii<j; tin* 

heads of India 

Biirdon, W., Brookl^yn, N. Y. SU»am ▼ncinim pump (Uei iwue) . . 

Sdmo Hamo ( KeisHue) . . 

Same Hanie 

Same ; . . . same 

Siimc same 

Snmo same 

Same same 

Same Steam vacimm pump, operated by exhanst steam 

Same Steam vacuum pump 

Same same 

Bnren, F. P., Trenton. Mo., assignor of one- lialf interest to S. McGee, Martinsburgh, Iowa, 
Shank for l)oots. & c 

Burfitt, C, New Wimbbnlon, England. Comj^sition for removing and pi*eventing in- 
crustation in steam-ljolleiii 

Bnrge, J. M. ISef Rife. O. C, assignor.) 

Burgess, A., Hart foni. Conn. Magazine fire-arm 

Burgoss, C, Portsmouth. Ohio. Manufacture of refined oaHt iron - 

Burgess, C, assignor to Burgess SU^el and Iron Works, Portsmouth, Ohio. Manufacture 
of steel ". 

Burgess, C, PortHmouth, Ohio. Manufacture of cast iron for car- wheels 

Burgess. II., Royer's Ford, Pa. Purifying water from mines 

Burgess, J., Zanesville, Ohirf. Fnrna<"« for heating soldering-irons 

Burg«*s8, R. O., and S. La Rhett, Providence. R, I. Mordant for dyeing 

Burgoss Steel and Iron Works. (^S^** Burgess, C, awiignm*.) 

Burghardt, J. M., (ireat Banington. Mass. Wat^'r-wheel gate 

Burgner. A. C. and (r. F.. Charleston, 111. Corn-planter 

Burgner, G. F. (.^<; Burgner, A. C. and G. F.) 

Iturgner, J. C, Poplar Creek, Miss. Washing-machine 

Burgy. J., Powhatan Point, Ohio. Chimney-cowl 

Burke, J., Boston, Mass. Corset-clasp 

Burke, S. (J.. Chamljers Court-House. Ala. Portable fence 

Burkhardt, J. G., lirooklyn, N. Y. Car replacer 

Burkhart, J., Brookville,'lnd. (irapple 

Burleigh Rock Drill Company. (Scr Towne & Bailey, assignors.) 

Jhiniap, N. C, Argusville, N. Y. Shouldor-hrace ...'. 

Burnet, W., and G . B. FiHlior, Chicago, 111. Machine for paint ing barrels, casks, »^-c 

Burnett, H. K., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Baling-pn^ss ^-■■z 

Burnett, W., San Francisco, Cal. Hydro<lynamic steam-engine .' 

Burney, F., Fa versham. Great Britain, assignor to T. S. Poiie and W. S. Colvin. Manu- 
facture of gunpowder 

Burnham, A., Revere, Mass. Machine for cutting the heads of feiice-pickets 

Bnrnliam, A. H., Bridgeton, Mf. Sohlerin^ iron 

Burnham, A. M., Lynn, Mass. Boot and shoe sole stamp 

Burnham, M. M., aiul J. B. Oaks. Syracuse, N. Y. Advertising-frame (Design) . . 

Burnham. N. P.. York, Pa. Wati«r-whoi»l (Extension).. 

Bums, J., New York, N. Y. Coi.ler for c^tTeo ( Reissue) . . 

linrns, J., London, Canada. Tar and petroleum burner 

Bums, J., Anamosa, Iowa. Earth-boring machine 

Bums, W., et al. (See Wrealsh, A., assignor.) 

Burr, B., Batavia. 111. Wagon-body 

Burr, D. A. (See Prall & Burr.) 

Burr, D. C, and J. A. Johnson. Cromwell, Conn. Tobacco-hanger 

Burr. F. O. J., Brewer, Me. Apparatus for moving and rolling hogsheiids and heavy bamds 

Burr, V. S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Anttfrictional bushings .' 

Burr, G. A., Florence, Mass. Manufacture of whip-handle caps 

Burr, H. J., Bloomtield.assignorto self and W.E. Simonds, Hartfonl, Conn. Clothes-wringer 

Burr, R. D., Kingsborongh, N. Y. Glove 

Bnrress, H. W., New Brighton, assignor to self and H. E. Sherman, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Check-hook '. , 

Burridge. T. H., and J. M. Kershaw, Saint Louis, Mo. Chromatic printing-press 

IMinitt, H. H., assignor to W. A. Cook. Newark, N. J. Curtain-fixtures 

Burritt, H. H., Belleville, N. J. Curtain-fixtures | 

Burronghs. J. C. Clinton, Mich. Medical compound for treating horse's hoofs. Sec | 

Burrows, E. F. (See Stillman Sc Burrows.) 

Burson, J., Yates City, 111., assignor of one-half interest to 11. Whitall, New York, N. Y. 1 
Charging and tamping platform for submarine blasting ; 

Bnrstow, E., Horsham, England. Fastener for meeting-rails of sashes 

linrt, E. C. (See Letsinger, H. C, assignor.) 

Burt, .r., Sturgis. Mich., assignor by mesne assignment tt> A. F. Iluhbell an<l E. R. 
Williams. Vehicle-.Heat (Reissue) . . 

Burtch, J., riairs Comers. N. Y. Carriage-painters' stand 

BurtJs, P. T., Chicngo, 111. Gas-works hydraulic-main 

Burtis. P. T., assignor of one-half interest to E. T. Watkins, Chicago, 111. Condenser for 
the manufacture of illuminating gas 

Burtless. M., S<?necji Falls. N. Y. Farm-gate 

Burton. B.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Breech-loading fire arm (Extension).. 

Same same (Disclaimer rile<l) . . 

Burton, B., assignor to W. G. Burton, BnM)klyn, N. Y. Metallic cartridge 

Burton, B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bayonet-socket 

Burton. B. and W*. G., said B. Burton assignor to said W. G. Burton, IJro^Iklyn, N. Y. 
Bri*echloaiiing and magazine gun 

Burton, O. F., New York, N. Y. Apftaratua for extinguishing fires 

Burt4>n, R. (See De (!astro and Burton.) 

Bnrton, W. F., Chip|K'wa Falls, Wis. Lath-machine bed (Design) . . 

Burton, W. G. (See Barton, B., assignor.) 
Same (See Burton, B. and W. (J.) 

Burton, W. H., S<*lma, Ala. I*ipe- wrench 

Buschmann, L., Newark, N. J., assignor to W. (^uail. New York, N. Y. Conii»osing stick 

Busclnueier. F. G., Philadelphia, Pa. (^uilting-guide for sewing-machines 

BuBe, F., Fereiis Falls, Minn. Track -rloai-er 

Bush, A. R., Chicago, 111. Foot-warming attachment for sewing-machine treadles 



Apr. 1, 1873 



Feb. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



4. 1873 
4. 1873 
4. 1873 
28. 1873 
2.^. 1873 
28, 1873 
28, 1873 
28, 1873 



Jan. 28.1873 

Mav 27. 1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 

May 13,1873 

Nov. 4, 187:J 

Jan. 7. 1873 
July 29, 1873 

July 29, 1873 
(Kt 21. 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec. 2:J. 1873 
Nov. 25, lt73 

Apr. 1.5.1873 
Feb. 4,1873 



Apr. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

July 

Nov. 

Apr. 

May 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Apr. 

Dec. 
Nov. 
May 
Mar. 
July 
Feb. 
Nov. 
July 
Aug. 



22, 1873 
5, 1873 
7, 1873 

29, 1873 
4, 1873 
8, 1873 

27, 1873 
• .5. 1873 
18, 1873 
15, 1873 

2,1873 

4. 1873 

13,1873 

18, 1873 

8, 1873 

22. 1873 

18, 1873 
1. 1873 

19, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



I Ofiicial 
Gazette. 



o 

Cm 

CO 



Sept. 23, 1873 

Nov. 11. 18TI 
Mar. 4, ls73 
Apr. 1.1 H73 
May 20, 1873 
S«^pt.30, 1873 
July 2l>, 187. J 

Jan. 21,1873 
June 24, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
Dec. 2.3. 1H73 
Dec. 2, 1873 



June .3. 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



June 17.1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Apr, 8, 1873 

Aug. .5,1873 
.Inly 8,1873 
Dec. 20, 1S73 
Dee. 4. 1873 
Feb. 2.5, 1^73 
Oct. 7, 1873 

Oct. 14.1873 
Feb. 11, 1h73 

June 17, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
0<t. 21. 1873 
Dec. 2:J, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 



120 

112 
173 
174 
660 
(Mil 

664 

665 

718 
ll< 

.^53 

73 

85 
917 

918 
4.54 
490 
(in I 
680 

.502 
113 

780 
114 
5 
808 
13 
2p9 

824 
114 
.551 



Q 



426 



612 
.3.54 
342 

117 
249 



697 
83 

200 
354 



39 

.36 

58, .59 

5I» 

213 

213 

213 

214 

214 

^214 

i 215 

226 

35, :M5 

110 



27 
300 



223 



1.57 
36 

249 

Mi 

2 

264 
4 

90 

264 

36 

182 



449 


14U 


102 


34 


13 


3 


249 


77 


498 


165 






.561 


190 


103 


35 


474 


155 


595 


C202 
{203 


285 


97 


116 


38 


120 


40 


478 


151 


788 


272 


808 


264 


5.39 


175 


744 


235 


82 


2^ 


681 
5 


223 


5 


2 



.^55 
455 

72r> 

49 
223 



143 



193 
113 
106 

36 

84 



226 
28 

67, 68 
114 



114 

l.VJ 

2:^8 

15 
74 



3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
4 

3 



3 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
4 

3 
3 



4 
3 
.3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 



4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



3 
4 



3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
4 

3 



4 

3 

3 



3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



bC 

ee 



367 

1.36 
492 
493 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 

101 

587 
144 

.5.30 

484 

14 
119 

119 
435 
.541 

677 
."168 

422 

136 

4.54 
144 
X^l 
10<» 
479 
.392 

.595 
144 
308 
418 

.593 
479 

.527 

:k»3 

Mi 
1.56 
547 

17 
190 

323 

513 
2.'»5 
367 

:m) 

3.V» 

no 

7!» 
700 

:i87 

«i77 
.58<i 



609 
.535 



681 
1(.7 
396 

144 

40 
640 
641 
220 
:t87 

405 
167 

66.3 



167 
4:15 
(;80 
.589 
272 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



27 



Alphabetical list of patentees far the yc«r 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



5, 049 
1 13, 271 

136,966 
i:W,07l 
137,341 
135, 885 
Ki.'>, 967 
142.081 

143, 806 

143, 805 
138, 129 
145. 624 

144, 738 
5, 595 

140,677 

138, 852 
137, 88l» 
140, 4(i6 
144, 438 
134. 728 

1.35, asd 

140, 467 

144,600 
5, 435 



134. 729 
1:J8, aT3 
143, .326 
143,327 
143, 665 
144, 0.57 
145.625 
141,2(i0 
]44,4:)9 
142,898 
144.0.58 
144,059 



139. 942 
138, 475 

144, 829 

142,768 
137, 890 



6, !i65 
6, 666 
6, 667 
<!, 668 
6. 669 
6,670 
6,671 
6, (J72 
6, 673 
6, 674 
6, 675 
6,676 

137, 823 

5, 447 

23. 525 
1.36, 487 
131», 8li5 
Ml, 314 

143.615 
14."), 842 
136,131 

MO, 884 
13.'"i. 31!» 
Ml, a% 
140,243 
138,610 
144, 7:W 



137. 176 
137, 416 



134, 975 
138, 992 

137, 760 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Hiisli, C. G., Boston, MasH., asHi^nor to self and J. "W. Hoard. KaloidoAcopo. . . (Reissue) . . 
Bn«h, C. (r., Boston, Mass., assignor to self and J. W. Hoard, Providence, It. I. Object 

lor iculeitloscopes 

Busli, C. T. Oueonta, N. Y. Iron fence 

Same Ii-on-fence gate 

Ilusli, U. J., Westtield. Mass. Wliip-lasli 

Busli, I., assignor of onv-lialf interest to C. McKay, Tndiantila, Iowa. Spring bed-bottom . 

Jiusli, 1. 1)., Dtitroit, Mich. Furnace for lueltiug brass and other uietAls 

Bush, J. D., Ely ton, Ala. A utoniatic-fan 

Same Brick-machine 



Bush,.!. P., Boston, Mans. Shutter- fa.stening 

Bush, S. II., Boistfort. Wash. Ter. Scrubbing-niachine , 

Same Butter worker — 

Bush, S, IL. Busb's Mill, Ohio. Bag-fastener 

Biishtield, S. B., Baltimore, Md., asHigiior by mesne assignment to self, R. D. Morrison, J. 

H. Warner, and W. L. Stork. Treadle for sewing-machines (Reissue) . . 

Bushfield, S. B., assignor U* self and R. D. Morrison and J. H. Warner, Baltimore, Md. 

Treadle for sewing-machines 

Bushnell, A.,Iona Island, N. Y. Fire-kindler 

Bushuell, U., New Haven, Conn. Compresse<l-air motor 

Same Compifssed-air heating-apparatus , 

Bushnell, L., New Bedford, Mass. Wootl-molding , 

Biishnell, S. S., Hoi icon, Wis. Cultivator 

Bushnell, W., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of iron ... : * 

Buss, E., Buckan, Magdeburg, Prussia, assignor to A. Budenberg, Manchester, Englnnd. 

Governor for engines 

Bussell, E. T., Indianapolis, lud. Car-spring 

BusKcy, E., assignor of three-fourths* interest to C. A. McLood, Troy, N. Y. Reservoir 

cooking-stove (Reissue) . . 

Butler, J. G. {See Witovee, F. J., assignor.) 

Butler, J. W., New Britain, Conn. Gage .- 

Butler, W. A., New York, N. Y. Sec;tional core 

Same Manufacture of wator-traps 

Sjune Mold for casting water-traps 

Same Device for forming water-traps 

Same same , 

Butler, W. (/., Baltimore. Md. Machine for breasting the heels of boots and shoes 

Butler, W. T., Chicago, IlL Fire-proof floor and ceiling 

Butt, R., Harrisburgh, Pa. Car-coupling 

Buttt>rtield, J. C, Chicago, 111. Eccentric. , 

Same Power-hammer -*. 

Same same 

Bnttertleld, W., et cU. {See Coy, F. W., assignor.) 
Butterfield, W. (See Keniston, C., assignor.) 
Buttcrworth, C. C. {See Butterworth, J., assignor.) 

Buttei-worth, C. F., Troy, N. Y. Mutt-lininc 

Buttorworth, J., assignor to self and C. C. Buttenvorth, Philadelphia, Pa, Dryer 

Biittgenbach, F., Heerdt, Diisseldorf, Germany. Blast-furnace. 

Buttkereit, C. G.. Toledo, Iowa. Bell-piano 

Buttles, C. A., Milwaukee, Wis. Tinners' stove for heatiog soldering-irons 

Biittuer, A. {Se^i Freimuth & Biittner.) 

Button, C. (-SV*' Smith, J. & J., assignors.) 

Button, C, Philailelphia, Pa. Stocking fabric (Design).. 

Same samu ( Detdgn) . . 

Same siime ( Design) . , 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same sjimo (D^^sign).. 

Same same ( Design) . . 

Sanu> same ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same Scarf ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same ( Design) . . j 

Same same (Design) . . I 

Button, L. {See Button, T. E., assignor.) j 

Button, T. E., assignor to self and L. Button, Waterford, N. Y. Hose and pipe coupling. . 
Buxton, L. W., Nashua, N. H. Bedstead-fastening (Extension) . . | 

Same same (Reissue). 

Same same (Disclaimer tiled). 

Buyuitzky. S. N., AVashiugt^m, D. 0. Cigar-shaped pipe 

Buzbv, a". G., Philadelphia, Pa. Magic-lantern 

Same same 

Buzzell, J. G. ifc Co. {See Dunham. G. B., assignor.) 

Byam, A. C, Hopkintou, Iowa. ITterinii support<^r 

Byam, E. C, F«»rt Dodge, Iowa. Window-blind slat operator 

Bye, W, C, assignor to self and J. B. Blazer, Collette, Ind. Sulky-harrow 

Byerly, J. {See Fitzhugh, B. G., assignor.) 

Byerly, J., Frederick, Md. Apparatus for loailing carts 

Byerley, N. H., Phihuh'lphia, Pa. Shutt4»r-fa.stener 

Byrne, R., as.siguor to sHf and J.J. Marrin, New York, N. Y. Paint-mill 

Byrne, W. F., Vicksburgh, Miss. Refrigerator for restaurants, A:c 

Byrnes, J., Cliicago, 111. Wardrobe-bedstead 

(*abartes, H., Bordeaux, France. Bolting-machine 

Cable, A. D. {Sec Ford, J. C, assignor.) 
(Jable, G. W. {See Shepard, H. W., assignor.) 

Cable, W., Boston, Mass. Thill-coupling 

Ca<lwalhuler, C. N., assignor to L. D. Cadwallader and T. Kellcy, Philadelphia, Pa. Dry- 

goo«ls rack 

Cadwallader, L. D., et al. {Se^ Cadwallader, C. N., assignor.) 

Cad well, M., Lansing, Mich. Tug-strap 

Cady, F. P., assignor of one-half interest to S. M. Cady, Cleveland, Ohio. Balanced 

valve .* 

Cady, J. N., South Hannibal, N. Y. Tobacco-plant cutter 



Nov. 11, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1K73 
Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Aug. 26,1873 

Oct. 21,1673 

Oct 21,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 

July 8, 1873 
May 13, le73 
Apr. 15, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 

July 1. 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

June 3,lbT3 



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Sept 

Sept 

Oct 

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Dec. 

July 

Nov. 

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Oct 

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13, 1873 
30, 1873 
30, 1873 
14, 1873 
28, 1873 
16, 1873 
29, 1873 
11, 1873 
16, 1673 
28, 1873 
28, lfc73 



Juno 17, 1873 
May 6,1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 



iMay 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



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June 17, 1873 
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Oct 14.1873 
Dec. 2:J, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 

July 1. '1,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
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Apr. 1,1873 

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May 20,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 



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volume. 






362 

§.32 
551 
738 
59 j 
472 I 
5:^6 I 
63(i 

397 J 

397 
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531 



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286 
183 
233 
18 
152 
177 
209 
131 
132 
131 
250 
174 



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320 


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101 


354 


110 


557 


175 


104 


35 


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78 


226 


72 


473 


152 


105 


:i5, 36 


376 


127 


183 


59,60 


226 


72 


355 


110 


880 


301 


881 


301 


244 


82 


633 


209 


532 


174 


864 


282 


2:J4 


79 


512 


174 


634 


209 


636 


209 


470 


147 


9 


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579 


<197 
{l98 


407 


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558 


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503 


157 


612 


193 


117 


38 


402 


126 


116 


39 


202 


68 


7-27 


239 


698 


226 


481 


162 


76!) 


248 


426 


143 


745 


2:^5 


122 


40 


491 


167 


749 


248 


121 


40 


450 


144 


479 


1.52 


451 


140 



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3 
3 
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4 
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3 
3 
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4 
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3 
3 
4 
4 
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4 
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3 
3 
3 
3 
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3 
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3 
3 
3 
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3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
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4 

4 
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4 
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3 

3 

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519 

.359 
308 
451 
361 
190 
195 
213 

430 

430 
4.54 
6.52 
541 

414 

44 

5:j6 

427 
17 

509 
39 

190 

17 
532 

624 

39 
.5:16 

:«»2 

362 
409 
460 
6.V2 
114 
509 
306 
460 
460 



3 670 
3 



498 

559 

297 
427 



585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
585 
.'i85 
585 
.585 
586 

422 
325 
681 
:J.'i6 
255 
(Mil 
488 

406 
680 
220 

67 
109 

urn 

.508 
541 



335 

367 

72 

.560 
418 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FBOM THE 

Jlphabelical list of palenleet for Iheymr IWIi — Continued. 



13:3, Die 



rfHldmce, uid iDtcullDD 



1, UoH. ItcBr-UlwJim 



Ckdv, KM. (SCrC^y. P.P., uilipior.) 
Ciul.v. \V. K.. Li>we]1. uslgDar lo J. W. Tuflit, 

(:»nUI, It M, Aii™, EDi[innii.'"'aii|-iiiV"io !".'"! !'"'^ 

t'shill. J. (See Blakoli-T »i Ckhlll.) 
rkbwn.U.W. (MM(;li*Mt.L., ■BHicnor.) 

(;>iM, I)., Itattlo Creek. Mich. Sii^liui-inaobioe 

Cwrna, W. {Hee lUynw li Calras.) 
t^aliilH, W.J. {Ha ADiIenDn, •!.. aulftnar.) 

Calilwall, l).A.,Jackiinnvillo.lll- GriudlnE-mlll 

Uid<l«e1I, 1>. a (5«McCowai> JiCil.1wK]l.) 

ChIiIwkII, a. a.. Aiil.um, New York. Uachtli« for unloadlnK Hut can 

Caldwfll.J. K.. riilUil«i]>liia. fk. Hwfalne for rc.|>nwilii|[ liriuka 

" " " — " ildnor (ci TbKO Itivun UanuIkuliiriDK Curupuy. Tkna ICivare, U 



Culklna. A. U., UGnterloii. iDd. . \VHUnjI-in 






■alniw N. Y. 



Ixnid/or 

CalLihas', c' isiJgiHir lu k E.^llitey, CbelKO, M*«a. WaH-'tbr«adliniltlnV<>iMliiDe.. 

Cnllaliu, C, unRDOr Is self and £. E. SIblsy. Cholsea^ Uaas. EoltUiiR-navUM 

Cnlluiao, T., BrooklTD, K. Y. Curnor-pleco for piDlui's and other frames. 

Caller, J. M.. triialce. (8h Enrw. J. A., MulKKOt-J 

Calliii. G.O. like Jietdtlov. C. T., aMlKnor.) 

Calvin, I>.M.. But Fallun&Bld. 1-0. Bee-hln 



Camacbo. J.S,. Havana. Cub*. Eleotin-inifiH-llo 
Came. J. E., Ikwion. Mua. llllliard-Uble ciistalon 
Camerer, D. C. Uai ■ ■ ■ " 



soil... 



'half inMreat to L. M. Cnmby. Asblabiili 

r'YDrli.'coolwro; 

[«p, L., 

m.bwt^'. 



i-.rud liapld*. Miob. 
:lute. iSit Tanl, A., a 
M, KIlpe'KGrovo. Pa. 
. He-w York, asaiRUor t 

M ."," SatiiV LoVtiiV Mo'" 
(;, Oswrso, N.Y. 
li., Baclii", Wit I 



idJ.K-Dovldwii.New Yofb,J(.Y. rain! 



Uetalllc vlDdovi 



(Sri SaJyer 
DO, Mir ' - 

UiidEijiort, 



-r , _ FiakiDg^lake. 

<.. Kiidi:>>|H>rt, Conn. DaAi-board 
-- ■ ' inipbelLl 



Catupbvll, Xoben 11. 



IL. aa^gnor M Lowell Ma 


































































































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MoDthly 

T 



AuB, 19, IS 
Uav 13, IK 
May 13, IS 
IiVli,a9,li< 



Jau. S8.1»13 
Sept. 33. le 
Anic. S.IS73 



«n'art&Campbi-U.] 

a N.J, Meiliral nmipounit CnrFore of fevr 



July B.lin3 . 
July ( 



(tot. T, 1S13 ., 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



29 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 

136,584 
130,114 



i:i7, 531 
134, C40 

136, 133 

136. 6(H) 
140.008 
136, 700 

139, 293 

138.854 

.■), 502 

143, 496 

144,9.53 
138,072 
141,424 
141, 759 



140, 009 
141,760 

112,990 

146,043 

5,668 



139, 766 
140, 244 

137. 593 
134, 850 
13,9, 866 
141,545 
139. 767 
14;^. 666 
134, 51K) 

138, 477 
14.3, 876 
138.003 

6,561 

135,626 



140. 403 
5,275 

142. 611 
.5, 659 

139, 656 

113,061 

14.1,843 
141, 112 

140, 010 

140*114 

135, 077 
141.917 
137.824 
144, 189 

135,078 
141,918 

143,807 

135,263 



143,667 

144, 8:«) 

138, (i 12 

14l,!»92 

5,287 

5,288 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Canijibell, W. O., Montponiory Centre, Vt. Milk-cooler 

Caiupticid, M. E. (JSee Gould' & Camplield.) 

Campion, W,, Nottingham, and W. Campion, Sneaton, Eiijrlaud. Kuittingmacbiue 

Canady, L. (See Steiner, J. H., asHijirnor.) ' * 

Caudee, V. C. {Hec Dopp, W. H., aMHiguor.) 
Candco. L. &, Co. {See watkiuHon, G., assignor.) 

Same same (Design.) 

Caner, II. N., Freeport, 111. Uterine anpportor 

Canfield, F. P., Bo<4ion, Mass. Brake for elevators 

Canfield, J. H. (See Hyatt & Cantield.) 

Canis, A., and F. Hjggina, Manchester, N. H. Loom * 

Same Lubrication of clutob-pnlleys •. 

Cannata, D., Jersey City, N. J. Button-faatouing 

Canning, G. B , Brooklvn, N. Y. Apparatus for comminuting various substances 

Cauuington, E. (See rocheron, A., assignor.) 

Cannon. M., Salt Lake City, Utah. M usical instrument 

1 !anoll, J. W. H. (See IJayles, Canoll & Miner.) 

Cantrell, R. B., Teualiy, assignor to W. D. Russell, Newark, N. J. Self-loading cart 

Cape well, G. J., Cheshire, Conn. Nail extractor (Ueissue) . . 

CaiHJwell, G. J., Cheshire, Conn., asHignor to E. Curtis, Watertowu, D. F. Mnltby, and 
L. J. Atwood, Watiirbury, Conn. Nail-extractor 

Cai>ewell, G. J., Chesliire, Conn. Tack-hammer 

(;aple, C. S., assignor to sel f and W. Gates, Frankfort, N. Y. Work-stand 

Capron, E. P. H., Hudson, N. Y. Clothes-wringer roller 

Capron, E. P. H., assignor to the Capron Water- Wheel Co., Hudsou, N. Y.- Turbine 
water-wheel ^ 

('apron Water- Wheel Co. (See Capron, E. P. H., assignor.) 

CarlH^rry, J. J. (See Wo<kI, J. S., assignor.) 

Carbonel, M., assignor of one-half interest to J. B. Perez, Havana, Cuba. Apparatus for 
burning hydrocarlwn 

•Card, J. E. (Se^ Nott, A. B., assignor.) 

Card, S. W., assignor to self and J. Birkenhead, Mansfield, Mass. Machine for milling 
twist-drills 

Cardell, C. E. (See Mahan, S. W., aiisignor.) 

Carder, M. F. (See U^nika & Carder.l 

Carey, A. C, Maiden, assignor to self and D. Peabody, Lynn, Mass. Machine for burn- 
ishing shanks of boots and shoes 

Carey, A. C, Maiden, assignor of two-thinls intt^rest to G. F. Breed and D. Peabody, 
Lynn, Mass. Machinery for lasting boots aiul shoes 

Carey. 1). C, Chicago, 111., assignor to W. G. Wilson, Cleveland, Ohio. liuffling-attaoh- 
ment for sewing-machines (Reissue) . . 

Carej', H. G. (See Brown Sc Carey.) 

Carey, J. D., Monica, 111. End-gate for wagons 

Carey, J. W., Baltimore, Md. Piston-packing 

Carey, W. W., assignor to self and G. W. Harris, Lowell, Mass. Hanger for shafting 

Carlim, B. A.,New York, N. Y. Tip-chair 

Carleton, M. G., ludianola, Iowa. Thrashing-nia4;hine ,. 

Carlin, A. B., Camden, N. J. Machine for boring blind-stiles 

Carlin, J. F., Alexandria, Va. Bolt 

Carlisle, G., A ttleborough, Mass. Rotary brush 

Carlisle, J. M., Sumter, S. C. Corn-husker 

Carll, J. F. . Pleasantville, Pa. Pump 

Carlock,W. B., Worsham,Va., assignor to sel r and J. Graham, New York, N.Y. Grain-bag. . 

Carlton, H. A ., ChelHca, Mass. Check-hook for harness 

Carlton, R., Liversedge, England, assignor to W. & J. Sloane, New York, N. Y. Carpet. 
( Design) 

Carmichel, A., assignor to J. Dews, Westerly, R. L Spool 

Camell, D. R., et al. (See Bingham, J., assignor.) 

Carnell, F. L., et nl. (See Bingham, J., assignor.) 

Carnes, A. C, Smithville, Tean. Harrow 

Caro, S.. Wasliington, D. C. Bedstea<l (Reissue) . . 

Carothers, J. II. Le wisburgh. Pa. Pitman 

CarotheiTi, T. B., Oil City, Pa. Device for steaming oil-wells . . (Reissue) . , 

Same same 

Carpent^'r, C, jr., St^ekonk, Mass., assignor of one-half intereMt to J. B. Madell, Provi- 
dence, R, I. Device for generating and burning hydrocarlnin vapor 

Carpenter, C, jr., Seekonk, Mass. Manufacture of iron and steel , 

Car]>enter. C. C., New York, N.Y. Tape for hoop-skirts 

Carpenter, C. C, & Co. (See Ixjckwood &. Carter, assignors.) 

Cariwntcr, D. H., Hartfoi-d, Conn. Bridle-bit 

Carpenter, G. J., Adrian, Mich. Corn-planter 

Carpenter, J. A., Waverly, N. Y. Medical compound for cure of catarrh 

Carpenter, L. D., Buflalo Grove, Iowa. Grain-sieve ' 

Carpenter, M. P., New York, N. Y. Button 

(.'arpenter, S. 1)., Madison, Wis. Har\*ester - 

Car|>enter, T. B. (See Beckwith, S. V., assignor.) 

Carpenter, W., Lawrence, Kans. Tuck-cii^aser 

Carpenter, W. B., West Topsham, Vt. Crib 

Carr, A. (See Wilson, J. P., assignor.) 

Carr, A., Paterson, N. J. Valve for steam-engines , 

Carr, C. W., et aL (See Hume, G. H., assignor.) 

Carr, C. W., Paola, Kans. Mechanicjil movements 

Can', G. W. (See KitMon &■ Benner, assignors.) 

Same (See Kitson, G. L., assignor.) 

Same (See Murphy, J., assignor.) 

Same Philadelphia, Pa. Corn-husker 

Carr, M. W., et al. (See Shaw, A. B., assignor.) 

Carr, T., Bristol, (5reat Britain. Machino for the manufacture of Hour 

Carr, W., Ywllow Si>ring«, Ohio. Straw-stacking attachuieut for thraMhing-machine — 
(Jarr, W., assignor to K. Brown, Logansport, Ind. Apparatus for shrinking metal bands 
Carr^, F. P. E., St Pieri-e Les Nemours, assignor of part interest to J. B. J. Miunon and 

H. S. Rouart, Paris, France. Ice machine (Keissuu).. 

Same Manufacture of ice (Reissue) . . 



Date. 



Mar. 11, 1873 
May 20, 1873 



Apr. 8,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Mar. 11, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

May 27, 1873 

May 13, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

Oct 7, 1872 
Nov. 25. 18T3 
Apr. 22, 1^3 
Aug. 5,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 



June 17, 1873 
Aug. 12, 18^3 

Sept- 23, 1873 
Deo. 30,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



in 



June 

June 

Apr. 

Jan. 

June 

Aug. 

June 

Oct 

Jan. 

May 

Oct 

Apr. 



10, 1873 
24, 1873 

8.1873 
14, 1873 
17, 1873 

5, 1873 
10, 1873 
14, 1873 

7, 1873 

6, 1873 
21, 1873 
22, 1873 



224 



589 



238 
131 

699 

317 
519 
317 

771 

356 
1,010 

83 
OHO 
738 

13 

318 



519 



319 



597 
924 
879 



310 
746 
2D0 
330 
403 
118 
311 
244 
86 
11 
456 
672 



Apr. 8,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



July 1,1873 
Fel). 11, 1873 
Sept. 9, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Sept 23, 1873 
Dee. 23, 1873 
July 22, 1873 

June 17, 1873 

June 24, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Apr. 1.5, 1H73 
Nov. 4,1873 

Jan. 21,18rj 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 



Oct 14,1873 

Nov. 2,5. 1873 
May 6, IH73 
Aug. 19, lo73 

F«b. 18,1873 
Fob. 18, 1873 



't-i 



230 

55 
447 

264 
5<»2 
199 

659 

728 
708 

520 

637 

540 

474 

503 

14 

540 
475 

398 

724 



245 

580 
124 
533 

682 
683 



75 

185 
186 



73 
42 

226 
227 
105 
Hi5 
105 

244 

110 
328 

28 

230 

234 

3 

104 



165 



104 



203 
300 

278 

96 

235 

90 

105 

126 

37 

96 

82 

27 

4 

152 

213 



72 



19 
146 

87 
191 

65 

226 
239 
237 

165 
C200 
)201 



o 



}' 



3 
3 



3 
3 
3 



3 
4 

4 
4 
3 
4 



156 

157 

4 

175 
156 

132 

231 



82 

198 

41 

176 

220 
230 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 

3 
3 



4 
3 
4 
4 
3 

4 
4 
4 

3 

\-^ 

3 
4 
3 
4 

3 
4 



ee 



272 
569 



4 
3 



3 
3 



388 
17 

220 

280 
674 
280 

591 

5:i7 
125 

3H7 

451 
136 

169 



674 



169 



.323 

707 

462 

649 
701 
392 

46 
664 
145 
649 
409 

14 
498 
4:J5 
445 

.386 
158 



12 
174 
275 
547 
641 

328 

680 

94 

674 

692 

79 
11M> 
422 

479 

79 
191 

430 

106 



409 

.569 

196 

206 
206 



30 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Jlphahvlical list of patentees for the year 1H73 — Coutinaod. 



No. 



134, Sol 

144,506 
i:w. 7i)b 
i;w, 115 

141,761 
114,060 

114.001 
J31>,367 

137, m:y 

141.440 
137, 127 



142, 436 

144, HH«J 

135, 403 

136, 4ti8 

6,704 

145,Ofil 
1441,011 
138, 855 
143, 877 
1-10, 468 
143,616 
145.554 
143, 878 
144.441 
144,255 
135, 464 
140, 613 
141,113 

142,437 
142, 678 

137. 177 
135, 627 
145,396 
134, 731 

131), 5^11 



138,013 
i:if*. 614 
110.573 
143,808 
145,334 
140.614 
HO, 615 
145. <m2 
137,423 
143.272 
144. 1!H) 
141,425 

141,093 
144,061 

135, 404 
5,360 

131, 641 

137,418 

143, 879 
i:ft», 867 

116,044 
131, 785 

134, 7:i2 

137, 288 

114,442 

114, 710 

140, 885 

141.114 

141, 994 



Name, roaideuco, and invcutioo. 



Date. 



Carrinjrton, E., "Weet Merldou, Conn. Proco8« for cutting and abapiuj; pcarl-sbell 

('arrin«;tj)ii, W. IJ. {See ('liauiinMlain, O. M., a8«ignor.) 

Carroll, F., New ()rU*aii8, La. Furiiaco for the niauulactun* of gas, and for other x>iirpo808. 
(x'arroll, J. A. H., Italtiniorc, Md. Stop-mecliauism for twiHtiug and doubling inachineH . 
Carroll, T. IJ., liuiianaiwUH, Ind. yruit-jar , 

Carroll, T. H., Erie, Ta. Sawing-machiuo 



Jan. 14,1873 



Carroll, T. M., ludcpcudonce, Iowa. Water-beating apparatus 

CaiToll, W. T. (Sec Spaulding Sc Carroll.) 

CaiToU, W. T., asHi^nor to S. E. Cook, WcKnisookot, IL I. Spindle for spinning-machines. . 

( 'arrotliora, J. and W., Newton, Iowa. Corn-harvester .' 

CarrotherH. "W. (See CaiTothers, J. and AV.) 

CHrrutb, M. M., Helena, Ark. Cotton-stalk knocker 

( 'ar»on, J., Itufl'alo, N. Y. Carriage-door 

CarHon, T , Brooklyn, a».^ignor to self and T. F. Attix, New York, N. Y. Marbleized 

cx)uipo8ition st^me 

Carti<r, A. {See Lockwoinl «fc Carter.) 

Carter, G. A., Princeton, 111. Windmill 

(.'arter. G. IJ. {.See Marrs, I)., assignor.) 

Carl«!r, H. C, New York, N. Y. Hasp for butt<}r-tub8, &c 

Carter, H. M., La Fayette, Ind. Com -harvester 

Carter, H. W. {i^ee lilanehard, J., assignor.) 

Carter. J., and A. C. Keith, as.signors of one-half interest to J. L. Baldwin and L. Dt;do- 

rick, Jersey City, N. J. Tanninj^ 

Carter, J. Y. B., assignor to Detnjit Stove ^Vork8, Detroit, Iklich. Heating stove. (Do- 



N<»v. 
June 
May 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 
May 

Apr. 
Nov. 

Mar. 

Sept. 



Nov. 
Feb. 



11, 1873 
10. 1873 
20, 1873 

12,1873 

28, 1873 

18, 1873 
27, 1873 

15,1873 
11, 1873 

25,1873 

2,1873 

2.'>, 1873 
4, 1873 



Mar. 4,1873 



sign) 



Carter, L., Huntsville, A la. Bale-tio 

Carter, It.. New York, N. Y. Fire-alarm teletjraph 

Carter, S. C., Richmond. Ind. Elw;troniagnetic motor 

Carter, T. H., Bremen. Ky. Machine for shaving shingles 

Carter, T. W.. New Orleans, La. Chain propeller for vessels 

Cai-ter, W. K., Brooklyn, N. Y. Copy-bohW 

Carter. Z., I-,ine Creek. S. ( '. Cotton-seed planter 

Carterson, J. H.. Pliiladelphia, Pa. Card mount 

Cart wright, A. I)., Oakland, Cal. Othce and counting-house stool 

Cartwright, E., l)e Witt, Neli, Plow ..w 

Cartwright. H., Owatouna, Minn. Harrow 

Carver, H. P., Binghamton, N. Y. Cllove-faatening 

Carver. J., Lineoliiville, assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Cillcy, Kockland. Me. Port- 
stopper fastening 

Car>'l, A. IL, Groton, Mass. Machine for making horseehoe-nails 

Caryl, A. H.. Forge Village, Mass. Die for x)unciiing horseshoe nails from plates 

Case, A. (Se^. Teiry. Case 6c. Larkin.) 

Case, H. H.. Berea, Ohio. Washing-machine 

Case, 1., Dea Moines, Iowa. Weatlier-strip 

Ciise, J., Springiield, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Case. J. T.. TeiTy ville. Conn., assignor to National Watcr-WheAjl Company, Biistol, Conn. 
Water-wheel 

Case, W., Trov. 111. Coal-mining machine 

Case, W. B. (See Daykin & Case.) 

Case. W. H. {See Marcell, M. R.. assignor.) 

CaseUi, A. (See Ertola &, Caselli.) 

Casilear, G. W., Washington, D. C. Method of engraving bank-note plates 
Same same 

Cass, (/. N., Winchester. 111. Barrel-stand and keg-holder 

Oss, F., New Orleans. La. Feri-y- l>oat for trains of cars , 

Cass. J. F.. L'Original, Canada. Milk-can 

Cassiano, L Z., San Antonio, Tex. Extension hat-brim 

Same same 

Same Adjustable-hat 

Castello. T.E., Brooklyn, N.Y. PAint^rs' pot 

Castle, B. S., Johnstown. Oh io. Saw-set , - - . 

Castle. H. A., Ilion, N. Y. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Caswell, E.. assignor of one-half interest to A. H. Tower, Lyons, N. Y. Machine for 
boring hubs 

Caswell, v., Moline, 111. Ilemmer for sewinj^-machines 

Cate, E. G., Wheeling, West Va. Method of making footed glassbowls 

Cat<'n, J. D. (See Henning, R., assignor.) 

Cathcart, J. L., Washington, D. C. Steering-propeller 

Cathcart, B. S., assignor by mesne assignment to the Queen City Wringer Company. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Clothes-wxinger (Kei.ssue) . 

Cathcart, R. S., assignor to Queen City Wringer Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Clothes- 
wringer 

Catlicart, R. S., as.**ignor of one-half interest to the Straub Mill Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Millstone bush and spintUo 

Cathcart, R. S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Shaft-coupling 

Caton, C, Coshocton, Ohio. Miter-l>ox 

Caton, J. I). (See Henning, R., assignor.) 

Cattanuch. D. 1)., Providence, 11 1. Treating oils for paints, 

Catudal, F., Webster, Maiss. Pump 

Caugliev, S. S. (See Roy, D., assignor.) 

Cjiuthof n, I. N., Carthage, III. Cultivator - - -, - . 

Cauvet, L. A. (See Wliite. J. E., assignor) (Reissne). 

Cavalli, A., assignor of half intei-est to V. Noly, San Francisco, Cal. Machine lor insert- 
ing screw-pegs in boots and shoes 

Oaverl v, A. W., New York. N. Y. Tilting-stand for carboys 



Juno 

Dec. 

June 

May 

Oct. 

July 

Oct 

Dec. 

Oct 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Jlily 



17, 18r3 

2, 1873 

17, 1873 

13, 1873 

21, 1873 

1, 1873 

14, 1873 

16, 1873 

21, 1873 

11, 1873 

4,1873 

4, 1873 

8, 1873 



July 22, 1873 
Sept. 2, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Dec. 9,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
June 3,1873 



May 

May 

July 

Oct 

Dec. 

July 

July 

Dec 

Apr. 

Sept 

Nov. 



6.1873 
6, 1873 
8,1873 

21, 18T3 
9, 1873 
8, 1873 
8, 1873 
2,1873 
1, 1873 

30, 1873 
4, 1873 



&c 




interest to C. E. Jones, Redkey, Ind. Cul- 



tivator 



Cazier, R, H., Philadelphia. Pa. Culinary apparatus 

Chace, J. K.. Br«x)klyn, N. Y., assignor to H. J. Johnson, New York, N. \ . Prcfierve-ean 
Chadboni, G. L. (See Coldwell &:- Chadbom.) 



Aug. 5,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

Feb. 4,1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
Oct 21,1873 
June 17,1873 

Dec 30,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 



Apr. 1,187:* 
Nov. 11,1873 

Nov. 18, 18-«3 



July 15, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



Monthly Official 
voliuue. Gazette. 






330 

287 
312 
593 

320 

037 

377 
825 



JfcO 

Q 



105 

«7 
96 
186 
104 
105 
209 

127 
264 



504 157 



236 

706 

99 



79 



33 



630 I 214 

7 3 



118 



50 
522 
358 
457 
1(H) 
203 
475 
457 
236 
74 
67 
249 



100 
320 

750 
2.31 
320 

228 
81 



125 
126 
213 
399 
270 
250 
251 

50 
128 
833 

16 

14 
534 
638 

8 

866 

:32 

123 

4.58 
404 

!h>8 



15 

166 

111 

1.53 

36 

68 

1.55 

153 

79 

24 

21 

84 



709 f 237 



33 
106 

248 

T.i 

106 

73 

28 



41 
42 
71 

132 
91 
84 
85 
16 
42 

286 
5 

3 
176 
210 

3 

274 

42 

40 






4 
3 
3 



3 

3 
4 

3 

4 

4 
1 

3 

3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 

4 

4 
4 

3 
.3 



3 
3 



3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

3 

3 

3 



^1:^1 



3 
4 



126 



272 


89 


228 


73 


8 
237 


3 

79 


492 


167 


482 
710 
534 


163 

2;n 

177 



4 
3 

3 



3 
4 



4 
4 
4 



u 

a 



47 

513 

649 
569 

169 

460 

5.32 
595 

422 

5U9 

331 

250 

oC3 
128 

255 

663 
589 
674 
537 
4.35 

17 
4C6 
648 
435 
509 
484 
13:1 

40 

94 
250 
280 

335 
1.58 
62:1 

39 
615 



508 

508 

37 

431 

619 

40 

40 

589 

3ir7 

a59 

479 

136 
196 
460 

128 

461 

17 

367 
436 
664 

707 
42 

39 



3.58 
509 

541 



67 

94 

196 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



31 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



141,995 
143,497 
135, 079 
138,856 
140.012 
143, 498 

138, 735 
146, 045 

136,362 

137.342 
137. 343 
137, 344 
139, 657 

142,769 

.'>, 698 



5, 699 
5,700 
135. 405 
142,144 
140, 184 
141,1K)6 



.'», 533 
23, 445 
141,486 
141,487 
141.488 
141,48l» 

141,490 



141,321 

144.062 
144, 954 
142,770 



143,328 
i:w, 495 



145,987 
i:»,368 

135,688 



13,5, 522 
138, 993 
144,191 
i:i5,689 

1.35,775 

137,289 

141,322 
136,585 
144, ll»2 

142,206 

145,093 

142,082 

135, 406 

137. 052 
137,0.5,3 
137.«,>4 

137. 055 

137. 056 

137. 057 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Chail wick, E., Mortlako, England. Conatniclion of roa<Is 

Chart wick, W., and S. Lownds, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cop-winding machino 

Chaffee, C. S., aHsignor to R. N. BanHett, Birmingham, Conn. Corsot-Mtcels 

Chaffee, J. C, Titnsville, Pa. Pad<lle-wlieel 



Chaffee, J. P., Washington, D. C. Braider for sewing-machines 

Chalender, O. F., Burlington, Iowa. Truss for coaches and cars 

Chalk, B. R. {See Baughman & Chalk.) 

Chal linor, D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Lid for jellyglassea 

Chambeaiix, P. A., Paris, France. Apparatus or cock witli safety-plug 

Chamberlain, G. J., executor, (^'e^ Lewis, D. D.) (Extensi'^n.) 

Chamberlain, O. M„ assignor of one-half interest to W. B. Carrington. New York, N. Y. 

Box plaiting-machine 

Same Plaiting-attachment for sewing-machines 

Same Box plaiting-attachment for sewing-machines , 

Same Trimming 

Chamberlain, O. M., assignor to self and W. B. Carrington, New York, N. Y Plaiter for 

sewing-machines 

Chamberlin, C. A ., Pbilndelphia, Pa. Anchor 

Chamberlin, E., et al. {See Morehouse, C. B., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Oiamberliu, E., Lansingburgh, assignor by mesne assignment to self and J. O. Mer- 

ri am, Troy, N. Y. Device for clamping whip sockets to vehicles. 

(Reissue) 

Same Device for clamping whip-sockets to vehicles (Rt'issue) . . 

Same same (Reissue) . . 

Chamberlin, M. J., Springfield, Mass. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Chamljerlin, W. B., WestfiHd, N. J. Bake-pan 

Cbaml>ers, A., Providence, R. 1. Wadding and machine for its manufac.ture 

Chambers, B. C, Shady I*lain. Pa. Sewinjj-machine motor 

Chambers, C, jr., et al. {See Clark, C, assignor.) 

Same {i^ee Farrington, W.. assignor.) 

Same {See Overend, W., assignor.) 

Same {See Williams, J., assignor.) 

Chaml>ers,C., jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Pax>er folding-machine (Extension).. 

Same Machine for folding paper (Extension) . , 

Same Paper-folding machino (Reissue) . . 

Same same ^ (Disclaimer tiled ). , 

Same Packiiyj-box for paper-folding machines 

Same Machine for folding, cutting, and trimming paper 

Same Machine for folding, pasting, and inserting paper 

Chambers, C, jr. , and W. Mendhnm. assignors toE. and C. CliamlKirs, jr., Pliilad«'lj»hia, 

Pa. Paper-loUling machine 

Same snme 

Chamlwrs, E. {Se^ Chambers &. Mendham, assignors.) 
Chambers, E., et al. {See Clark, C. assignor.) 

Same {See Farrington. W., assignor.) 

S.amo {See Overend, W., assignor.) 

Same (Spc Williams, J., assignor.) 

ChamlK^rs, W. J. {See Lusby, C. C., assignor.) 

Chamness, E., Greensburgh, and J. Vauehan, Chesterfield, assignors to selves and J. 

Raymond, Greensburgh, Ind. Polish for stoves 

Champlin, A. F., Westerly, R. L Blind-slat fastener 

Chandler, A. F., Fall River, Mass. Car-coupling 

Chandler, B. B., jr., ]k)ston, Mass. Treadle-mechanism 

Chandler, C. H. {See Hale &Chandlor) (ExUmsion.) 

Chandler, C. R. (^!^ Bradley, G., assignor.) 

Chandler, J. P. and W. V. Tai nt«r. South Carthage, Me. Wheel for vehicles 

Chandler, J. W., East Corinth, Me. Machine for skiving leather 

Chandler, L. (*SfieSperry & Chandler.) 
Chandler, L. H. et al. (/i'«j Teed, T., assignor) 

Chandler, M., East Corinth, Mo. Water-wheel 

Chandler, R., New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Chandler, T. A. (See Pennock & Chandler.) 

Chandless, J., New York, N. Y. Beer-cooler 

Chaney, P. {See Clark & Chaney.) 
Chapin, A. P. {See Bassett, E., assignor.) 

Chapin, H. A., Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for doubling and twisting silk 

Same EU'ctrical stops for spinning-machineiy 

Same Spinning and twisting machine 

Chapin, M.,Erio, Pa. Hub and axle for vehicles 

Chapin Machine Company. (See Coe, D. S., assignor.) 

• 

Chaplin, W. J., Kalamazoo, Mich. Car-coupling 

Chapman, A. (5«i Wright, IT. W., assignor.) 

Chapman, A. G., assignor of half interest to IT. E. Niles, East Hampton, Conn. Burial- 
casket handle 

Chapman, C. P., Afton, Iowa. W«sh-boiler attachment 

Chapman. C. W., Liverpool, England. Machino for rerolling metallic bands 

Chapman, E. C, Lacon, assignorof one-half interest to J. M. llort^m, Chicago, 111. Stove- 
pipe damper 

Chapman, G. A., assignor to Woonsocket Machine Company, Woonsocket, R. I. Lubri- 
cating journal .'. 

Chapman, H. L., Marccllns, Mich. Flv-trap 

(yhapman, J. F. et al. {See Baranger, if., assignorj 

Chaimiau, J. L., assignor of two-tliirds interest to J. C. Stockton and J. Watson, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Telegraph-pole 

Chapman, L., assignor to the Collins Company, Collinsville, Conn. Die for making 

wrench-hea<ls 

Same Die for forming wrench-heads 

Same same 

Chapmon, L,, assignor to self and W. J. Wooil, Collinsville, Conn. Rotary pump 

Same same 

Same Rotary engine or pnmp 

Chapman, L.,a8signor of one-half interest to W. J. Woo<l, Collinsville, Conn. Rotiry 



Aug. 19, 1873 
Oct. 7. 1873 
.Tan. 21, 1873 
May 13, 1873 
Jifue 17, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 

May 13, 1873 
Dec. 30,1873 



Mar. 4, 1873 

Apr. 1, 1873 

Apr. 1, 1873 

Apr. 1, 1873 

June 10, 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 



Dec. 23,1873 
Dec. 2;J, 1873 
Doc. 2:1, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



Apr. .5,1873 
Nov. 1.5,1873 
Aug. 12. 1873 
Apr. 4,1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Aug. .5, 1K73 
Aug. .5,1(573 

Aug. ,5.1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Jnly 29, 1873 
Oct. 28, 1H73 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Sept 10, 1873 



Sept. 30, 1873 
.June 3, 1873 



Dec. 30,1873 
May 27, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Mttv 20, 1873 
Nov. 4, 18T3 
Feb. 11,1873 

Feb. 11,1873 



Apr. 1,1873 
.luly 21», 1873 
Mai-. 11, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 



Aug. 26, 1873 



Feb. 4, 
Mar. 2.5, 
Mar. 2.5, 
Mar. 2.5, 
Mar. 25. 



1873 
18ri 
1873 
1873 
1873 



Mar. 25, 1873 



pump Mar. 25,1873 






5.^5 

84 
.541 
3.'V9 
52:J 

85 

251 
930 



7 
60 
61 
62 

199 
409 



814 
814 
SI 5 
9 
691 
699 



Q 



402 



177 

29 
176 
111 
166 

29 

78 
300 



3 

18,19 
19 
19 

65 

138 



265 
2(i5 
266 
4 
227 
220 
177 



131 



66 
67 
69 



21 
21 



71 22,23 
73 23 



918 

681 
409 



882 
47 



82(i 
280 



210 
231 
138 



301 
15 



285 
264 

90 



115 36, .37 

480 i 1.W 

18 



287 



3.56 



10 
919 
225 

19 

742 
51 



637 

13 

638 

638 

•639 

640 

640 



641 



90 



( 114 

\ 115 



3 

300 
75 



5 



244 

16 



209 

4 

211 
211 
211 
212 

OlO 

213 
213 



Otficial 
Gazette. 



o 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 



3 

4 



4 

4 
4 
3 
4 
.3 



3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 






196 
387 

79 

.5;n 

674 
387 

528 
707 



246 
.3(;i 
:MJ2 
.302 

641 

297 



687 
687 
(»87 
128 
t»l8 

im 

196 



.325 
.504 
175 
3.56 
140 
140 
140 

140 
141 



4 


119 


4 


4r.o 


4 


.568 


4 


297 


4 


362 


3 


612 


4 


703 


3 


596 



162 



3 
3 
4 
3 


1.37 

.560 
480 
162 


r 


167 


3 
4 
3 


3.58 
119 
272 


4 


480 


4 

4 


222 
.581> 



213 

129 
:«6 
32ri 
32(1 

:^27 

.327 



327 



32 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED 1?R0M THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued, 



No. 



137,0:>8 
135, S81 

13fi,412 
145, :o5 
V.iS, 004 
140, 013 
144, 507 
144,657 
142,438 
144,383 
i:<6, 5H> 
i:*9, 542 
141,628 

143,880 
144,741 
145,988 



143,181 
134,852 

141,997 



144,831 
138,994 

143,221 
141,762 

143,329 
143,882 

141,115 
137,594 
134, 591 



143,273 
137, 290 
1:J8,736 
143,499 
IM, 031 

13 J, 702 

13-1,977 
I'M, 967 

136. 701 
i;n, 345 
144, (M)2 

145,626 



145, 720 

139, 294 
I44,9rc» 
139,295 



5, 683 

1^5, 465 
138,073 

mi,o:k 

141,0.33 
142,145 

5, 496 
134,513 

136, 302 
136, 303 
136,304 
i:Wi. 305 
13(), 306 
144,508 
136, 702 

141,693 

143,883 

144, 742 



Name, rcaidenoo, and invontion. 



Dato. 



Chapman, L., asAignorof one-half interest to W. J.Wood.Collinsvillo, Conn. Rotary pump 

Chapman, L. J., Valle jo, Cal. Bolt-cutter 

Chapman, M. C. {See Chapman, M. T. and M. C.) 

Chapman, M. T. and M. C, Aurora, III. Adjustable valve for bored or driven wclU 

Same WiudiAill 

Chapman, N., Hopcdale, Mass. Loom temple 

Same sumu 

Same same 

Chapman, N. D., assijpior to self and H. H. Warren, Ilollin^sford, N. H. Loom-shuttle. . 

Chapman, S. J., lialtimore, Md. Strainer for ship's bilgc-]>umps 

Chapman, T. M., Old Town, Me. Saw-sharpenin<; maoliiuo 

Chappell, K F., assignor to self and N. Smith, Ilartibrd, Conn. Larap-bnmor 

Chaput. li. G.. New York, N. Y. Printer's cbnso 

Chaput, L. G., asHignor to R. Howe &, Co., New York, N. Y. Stopper for bottles contain- 

inj? inflammable liquors, &c 

Chaput, L. G., New \ ork. N. Y. liron«lne-i>a<l *. . 

('haput. L. G., W. and J. Braidwood, New York, N. Y. Bronxint^machino 

Chard, S., Miaiius, Conn. Sash-holder 

Charles, H. (Sec Urso & Charles.) 

Charles, I. et al. (See Jackson, It. A., assizor.) 

CImrtC'rs, D. M., Xeuia, Ohio. Alarm-clock 

Chase, C. M., Boston, assignor to E. L. Baker, New Bedford, Mass. Nail-distrihuting- 

machino 

Chase, C. M., assignor to F. Curtis, Boston, Mass. Machinery for flnishing the aole-odges I 

of boots and shoes 5 

Chase, E. I>. (See Chase, II. I., P. F., and E. D.) 

Chase, F.. lioston, assignor to self and G. S. Scammon, Maiden, Mass. Valve actuating ^ 

mechanism for engines 5 

Chase, IL 1., P. F., and E. D., Peoria, III. Elevating, conveying, storing, and shipping 



Mar. 25,1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 



Mar. 4. 
Dec 9. 
Apr. 22, 
June 17, 
Nov. 11. 
Nov. 
Sept 
Nov. 11. 
.Mar. II, 
June 3, 



18, 
2. 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 

isr.j 

1873 



gram 

Chase, I. (See Jonson. J., assignor.) 

Chas<\ J., liochester, N. Y. Wood-turning lathe 

Chase, L., assignor of one-half interest to C. W. Cahoon, Portland, Me. Air compressor 
or blower 

Chase, L., assignor t;0 self and C. W. Cahoon, Portland, Me. Air compressor or blower . . 

Chase, L., assignor of one-half interest to C. W. Cahoon, Portland, Me. Apparatus for \ 

raising wster 5 

Chase, M. W., Buffalo, N.Y. Seat-hinge 

Chase, N. E., Bostou, Mass. PortabU^ stove 

Chase, O., Rutland, Ohio. Pruning-shears 

Chase, P. F. (See Chase, II. I., P. R, and E. D.) 
Chase, R. 1). (Se^ French &, Chase ) 

Chase, W. D., Marion, N. J. Machine for cutting and threading pipes, &c 

Chase, W. II., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for cleaning sewers 

Chatard, F. E., jr., Baltimore, M<1. Heat-governor or draft-regulator 

Chatillon, J. P., New York, N. Y. Scale-pan 

Chandron, J., Briuusels, Belgium. Apparatus for lowering and sinking shaft and well 

tulKJS 

Cheesman, J. L., N^w York, N. Y. Gas-puritler tray or gratiug 

Checsman, R. C. (Se€ Resslor, B. W. S. and C. II., assignors.) 

Chenctte, C, Manchester, N. II. Sleigh-runner 

Cheney, A. M., Charlotte, Mich. Maciiiue for folding and measuring cloth 

Cheney, D. (See Armstrong & Cheney.) 

Cheney, J. W., Detroit, Mien. Sewing-machine table 

Cheney, N., New York, N. Y. Fire-proof floor 

Cheno'weth, W. £., Baltimore County, Md. Fluid compound for embalming human 

bodies 

Cherrington, W. P., Boston, assignor to self, W. B. Foster, Medtord, and W. A. Morri 

son, Cambridge, Maas. Self-closing liatohway 

Chertizza, J. (See Demartiui & Chertizsa.) 
Che.ss, II. B. (See Hollis & Chess.) 

Chess, H. B., Pittsburgh, Pa. Nail-separating device 

Chessman, R. (See Coyne, J., assignor.) 

Chester, C. T., Engle wood, N. J. Apparatus for reproducing motion 

Chevalier, J. F., Lyons, France. Varnish or polish for wo<k1, metals, &c 

Chevers, T. R. L., Iloboken, N. J. Combined umbrella and cane 

Chicago Shot-Tower Company. (See Bradford, J., asnignor.) 

Chicago Wast^-Cleausing Company. (See Sagar, G., assignor.) 

Chiche^t«r, C. F. (See Cliichester, L. S., assignor.) 

Chichester, F., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to self and L. A. Chichester, Phcenicia, N. Y. 

Cradle - (Uoissne) . 

Chichester, F., Milwaukee, Wis. Sewing-machine chair 

Same ."Adjustable sewing machine chair 

Same Spring-cradle 

Same Crwllo 

Same Spring rocking-chair 

Chichester, L. A. (.SV<j Chichester, F.. assignor) (Reissue.) 

Chichester, L. ^V., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Cradle (Reissue) . 

Chichestor, L. S., assignor to C. F. Chichester, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for preparing 

flour 

Same Foo<l compound .^ 

Same same 

Same same. 

Same Article of food from cereals 

Same Preparing corn-meal for shipment 

Same Fowl for infants from cereals 

Chicken, W.. assignor to A. L. Wood, trustee, Boston, Mass. Clamp for button-hole 

sewing-machines 

Chickeiing, A. E., and II. B. Tuttle, Albany, N. Y. Channeling-mnchine for boots and 

shoes 

Chilcott, J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve for the waste..pipe of sinks 

(Miihl, C. C. (See. Montague, C, assignor) (Reissue.) 

Child, C. C, Boston, Mass. Rotary printing-press 

ChUds, E. D. (Sec Harris &, Childs.) 



Aug. 12,1873 
<Kt. 21, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 



Oct 21,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

May 20, 1873 

S«^])t 30, 1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

06t 21,1873 

July 22, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



cc 



Sept. 30, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
May 1.3,1873 
Oct 7, 1673 

Feb. 18, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Mar. 18. 1873 

Mar. 11,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 

Nov. 18,1873 
Dec 16,1873 



Dec. 23,1873 

May 27, 1873 
Nov. 2.'), 1873 
May 27, 1873 



Dec. 16,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
July 2-2, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

July 22, 1873 

•Jan. 7, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Feb. 2.'>, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Fob. 25, 1873 
N^ov. 11, 1873 

Mar. 11,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Oct 21, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 



642 
474 

.52 
271 
672 
524 
288 
42(> 
102 
1H7 
22<i 

8;j 

208 
4.->9 
49:1 

881 



460 

331 
537 

.581 

481 

788 

321 

882 

461 

710 
290 

87 



833 

10 

252 

86 

.591 
249 

4.'i2 
552 

318 
63 

378 
5:13 



625 

771 
682 
772 



Q 



213 
153 

18 

91 

213 

166 

98 

144 

33 

64 

76 

29 

66 
154 
167 

285 



154 

106 

\ 17J 

C198 
) 199 

152 

272 

105 

C301 

{302 

S l.'>4 

\ l.'»5 

2:17 

90 

27 



287 
3 

78 
29 

194 
79 

145 
183 

105 
20 



Official 
Gazette. 



609 

68 

rjf> 

637 
637 
692 

788 

11 
842 
843 
843 
844 
844 
289 

319 

263 
462 

494 



(174 
} 175 

205 
245 



245 



199 
21 
234 
214 
214 
227 

258 



105 

85 
155 

168 



o 
> 



3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
4 



3 



3 
4 

4 



4 
3 
3 



3 
4 
3 



o 



327 
190 

249 
619 
445 
674 
513 
536 
2:10 
505 
272 
616 

160 
4:t6 
.541 

7g:i 



436 

47 
196 

.559 

rim 

355 

169 
363 

4.36 

94 

392 

14 



4 

3 
3 
4 


3.'i9 

.528 
:i87 


3 
3 


200 
645 


3 
3 


72 
308 


3 
3 


280 
362 


4 


5.32 


4 


653 



672 

591 
568 
.591 



4 


6.19 


3 


133 


3 


451 


4 


88 


4 


88 


4 


218 


4 


100 


3 


8 


3 


231 


3 


2.31 


3 


2:il 


3 


2:u 


3 


2:11 


4 


513 


3 


280 


4 


164 


4 


4.16 



541 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 

Alphabetical Uil of iialentea for the year 1373 — Coutinneil. 



ChUdB, IL J., XeiF York, N 



Cliilds. J.W.,KaiiMst;itj-, W Svhuoltlelk -.- 

CliildmO.J. (.SMjackiOD. aiidJ.M.&aj.Cbilila.) 
ChmiiiEWorlh, J.C, Louilon Eii^lud. Uap, or gotw for iwtllci 



idJ.U.&aj.Cbi]da.J 



Cblnoock, C.U.. Unwklj-ii, N. V. UvU 



139,870 
IJ*,8I 

H5. M4 I 

143, 0S3 

13ft, 811 



T. C«i,f<,rlmldinit|«lut,&o.- 
ini.Bnnk ly ii,!.' . Y. Can fi)rail,& c 



id L U. Ukrer, TotiintD, C 

"■--'"^-rll&ChliilioIm 

. Ctiilar FallH. It 

VL Sboe-UciDg fiuleii._„ 

. , JohniincB, I.«BveDwottIi, Km, 

ClM>m«>. L A.. Mew TnTk. M. V. OMllbtiDK bertb fa 

... nn. IJ.G., IMiilailKlulila, P«. Ucartug 

, T., Jackmo, Miuh. ArLiBcinl hMdb 

n, J. II., HBOiUiirfEk. lan-s. Means tut opemi 

IW, K. H., MBDnHi'ld, Ollio. PklllCfrDinnnlii" 

i;ijri.t]e, J. M., Brooklyn, N. V., awigDor to 



Lowell Uauuructuling Comjiauy. T 



1,363 
0,564 
6.565 
6,566 
6.567 

A, son 
e,5m 



,..(Il...lL.-L.). 
,.(l>.-i-T,). 
...{Il-lail). 



, 4,1873 ■. 
. ilM3 .. 



...{ll™ij,'Il)..|A 
...(lk.>«lpi).. A,.. . 
..|D«lgn).. July t 



?s„ 



Cbnrcb. I>.M.. I 



ldS.C.B«llaiaD,Uc. 
Hidh. Gileiuioii'tiibli 
C. Merrick, ftulyoke, M 



ir. 111. OiliUKiDlUstoDOpiailldi.J . 



Churi, _ , , 

Cbiiroblll, E., SiUnC Thamu. Cuuli. 
ChnrGhin,H.L..>iidJ.D.l{abiiuDr "• 
ClinntbUI, J. (Ha Tbinell, £. A.. UsiB>»r.i 
Chun:hilt,J.H.,t;RiuBlver,M.Y. nolMius-JacI 
Clmrcbill, J. I~. Makonlii. III. Itevonnble niogucl 
Chnrcbnt, W., Snint Loiilx, Uo. Snfaty-valTu.... 

CburcbniBn. ».. Pi(Kb«. Nov. Iniiol-niold 

lUlik.M., Cblciea, 111. Powder-niixk 

Uflloy, J. J., «( at (Set Tiiajcr, \V. II.. asiugnor.) 

t!lll«v. J. P. (Set Carvet, i.. aaa<icnur.| 

Clnnalni. P. (Set STarta &■ ClunulDl.) 

ClaHin, IK. Mll]«r'a Coruerm H. t. I'otato-acrLf fi 

Clapp, E.D. (SwTanPatlen, P.. aaglgnor.) 

'" — p, H, W.. Concord. >' " ■!— -■--'■— 



a, G.P.,awilKUO 

iiRBtodmc 
■nipitMl-ni 



.{July 1,1873' lOI 
.'Ocl. W.I* 

J Anff. 19, 1873 



' Clark. C.,Una 
Clark, C. New 
{ ins duvlce [< 



;„jr.,iE. Cbambers. Pliiladelpbia, Pa. 



M 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1B73— Contiuued. 



No. 



140, 887 
141,323 
145, 3U7 

135, 524 

145, G2T 
13t<, 37t< 

141,998 ; 
145,721 I 

143,963 
142,015 
138, 228 



142,140 

5, 25S 
137, 178 
141,116 
141,117 
141,118 
142, 439 
143, 122 



136,813 
141, 029 



140, 704 
145, 150 

143,608 

137, 891 
i:i5, 407 
141,630 
143. 275 

141,694 
136. 643 
140,015 

137, 060 
140,574 
141,999 

5, 393 
139, 769 
141,324 
142, 556 
142, 837 



138, 615 
136, 307 
136, 587 

135, BSS 

134, 643 
5,497 

135, 523 
6, 572 

136, 032 



135, 770 

140,471 
140,888 

135. 081 
144,017 



138,229 

136, 908 

138. 857 
130,415 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Montlily 
volume. 



Clark, C. B., Buffalo, X. Y. Sash cord guide 

Same LtHtkbiiit^e 

Same Mop-liea«r 

Clark. C. D. (St'e Clark, C. P. and C. I).) 

Clark, C. U., assignorto self, C. 11. Longley, and N. A. Durham, Hartford, Conn. Auto- 
matic fan 

Clark, C, M., Seward, Nehr. Plow 

Clark, C. 1'. and C. D.. Beaver Dam, Wis. Machine for cutting Kplints 

•Jhirk, C'. S. (.Vet* Barker, E. W., assignor.) 

Clark, E. A., Jackson, Tenn. liorer for Hamidlng cotton 

Clark, E. B., assignor of one-half interest to M. Audrae, Cohoes, N. Y. Apparatus for 
transferring power 

Clark, E. H., Appl«*t<m, Wis. Earth-auger 

Clark, E. K., Marshtield, HI. Sewing-machine cast*?r 

Clark, E. Y., Brooklyn, and W. A. Lilliendalil, New York, assignors to said Clark, E. 
M. Lilliendabl, Hew York, and J. H. Beardsley, Brooklyn, N. V. Sign f r moviug 
vehich 



July 15,1873 
July 29, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Dee. 16, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

^g. 19, 1873 



Dec. 23. 1873 
Oct. 28. 1873 
Sept. 9, 1873 



les I A pr. 29, 1873 



Clark, F. L. {See Clark, J. M., assignor.) 
.Clark, G. H. {See Crowell, A, F., assignor.) 

Clark, G. H., BnMjklyn, X. Y. Grate-bar 

Clark. G. M. {See Clark, T. J. and G. M.) 

Clark, G. W., ('ouncil Bluffs. Iowa. Governor for steam-engines (Keissue) . . 

Clark, U. A., Boston, Mass. Spring hutt-blnge 

Same Process for the manufacture of artificial leather 

Same Artificial leather 

Same Preparing cloth and paper and like fabrics to imitate leather 

Same Manuf:icture of carpets 

Same Fabric prepared t6 imitate leather 

Clark, II. E. (.Sec Haldeman, J. S., assignor.) 
Clark, H. M. {See Aliny, G. F., assignor.) 
Clark, J. {See Edson, J., assignor.) 
Clark, J., jr., et al. {See Bristol, H, C, asHignor.) 

Clark, J., Pontiac, Mich. Car for carrying petroleum 

Clark, J., Haverstraw, X. Y. Machine for punching metal 

Clark, J. B. {See Ransom. G. B., assignor.) 
Clark, J. H. {See Tibbetts, L., assignor.) 

Clark, J. M., assignor to F. L. Clark, Lancaster, Pa. Lamp 

Clark, J. M., assignor of one-half interest to T. C. Coleman, houisvilU', Ky. Furnace- 
door 

Clark, J. W., Pittsburgh. Pa. Reinholder ' 

Clark, L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hera-f«dder ( Extension) . . 

Clark, M. C, Manchester, X. H. Hor.Hcshoo 

Clark. M. S., assignor to C. Harrison, Xew York, N. Y. Self-closing faucet 

Same Self-closing cock 

Clark, P. E., Hartford, Conn. Machine for gumming shoe-up])ers 

Clark, P. J. " {See Kintz, J., assignor.) 

Clark, R. A., Petrolia City, Pa. Drill-rod coupling 

Clark, R. B., Lyle, Minn. Grain measurer and ngister 

Clark. S. W., and W. K Sykes, said Sykes assignor to said Clark, London, England. Sig- 
nal-lantern 

Clark, T. J. and G. M., Higganum, Conn. Plow , 

Same Railway-frog 

Same Hay-teuder 

Clark, W. A., et al. {See Andrews, E.. assignor.) 

Clark. W. A., X^ew Haven, Conn. Hollow auger (Reissue) . . 

Same Ice-auger 

Same Expansive bit 

Same Axle-box for vehicles 

Clark. W. H., and P. Chaney, jr., Oregon, assignors to selves and J. H. \Vhil(% Hale, HI. 

Rail wav-switch .' 

Clark, \V. J. {See Hitchcock, C, assignor.) 

Clark, W. P., Medford, Mans. Draught-cock ftir soda-fountains 

Clark, W. R., Thellertown, Pa. Railway-rail joiut 

Clarke, A., Philadelphia, Pa. Hat and parcel holder 

Clarke, C. J., et al. {See Culmer, J. W., assignor.) 

Clarko, G. B., Leonardsville, X. Y. Sky-light 

Clarke, G. E., Kenosha, "Wis. Fanning-mill 

Clarke, H., Baltimore, Md., assignor by mesne a.s.sigtment to The Clarke Lock Company, 
Louisville, Ky. Combination lock (Reissue) . . 

Clarke, H., Baltimore, Md. Combination lock 

Clarke, J. B., Brooklyn, X. Y. Trimming (Design) . . 

Clarke Lock Company. {See Clarke, H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Clarke, X., Boston, Mass. Hat-rack 

Clarke, Reeves &. Co. {See Bonzauo. A., assignor.) 

Clarke, Reeves & Co. {See Clarke, Bonzano & Gritfen, assignors.) 

Clarke, T. A. W. {See Donisthorpe & Clarke.) 

Clarke, T. C, Philadelphia, Pa., A. Bcmzano. and J. Griffcn. Phoenixville. Pa., assignors 

to Clarke, Reaves &■ Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Pivot-bridge 

Same Truss-bridge 

Clarke, T. C, Philadelphia, assignor to self, D. Reeves, A. Bonzano, and J. Grifl'en, Phoen- 
ixville. Pa. Constructing bridges * 

Clarke, T. M., Winsted, Conn. Calk for horseshoes 

Clarke, W. A. Milwaukee, TVi.s., assignor of one-half interest to E. P. Allis &. Co. Mid- 
dlings-purifier 

Clarke, W. E. {See Rboade.s, L., assignor.) 

Clarkson, F. E., Hi'ihland, Kaus., aKHJgnor of two-thirds interest to J. J. Strader, Jersey- 
villo, and G. F. Xelsou, Chicago, 111. Rotary churn 

Clarkson, AV. H., Bridgeville, Del. Fruit-cratf 

Clarridge, J. (See Wmnl, W. D., a.SHignor.) 

Class, G. C. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Piano pedal -attachment.' 

Class, W. F., assignor of one-fourth interest to T. D. Cottrelland W. L. B. Hughes, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Bung 



• 


• 


tfl 


U 


483 


163 


919 


301 


322 


109 


118 


37 


534 


175 


1,030 


325 


540 


178 


026 


205 


549 


182 


268 


88 



Mar. 18, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 



July 15,1873 



D«c. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Apr 
Feb. 



2, 1S73 
14, 1873 
18, If 73 
l.-j, 1873 
4, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Sept. 30, le73 



Aug. 12, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Mar. 25. 1873 
July 8, 1873 
Aug. 19. 1873 

Mav 6, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
Sept. 9. 1873 

Sept. 16, 1873 

May 6, 1873 
Feb. 2.5,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
Feb. 4, lr73 
Apr. 8,1873 

Feb. 18, 1873 



Feb. 11.1873 
July 1,1873 

July 15, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 



Ai»r. 29, 1873 
Mar. 18, lj<T3 



May 13,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 



894 



Aug. 26, 1873 692 



Jan. 28, 
Mar. 25. 
July 22. 
July 22, 
Jnly 22, 
Sept. 2, 
Sept. 23, 



427 
209 



377 

103 
245 



559 

14 

210 

836 

264 
272 

526 
645 
214 
541 

237 
312 
920 
218 

463 

127 
845 
227 



357 
109 

484 

542 



Oi-t. 28,1873 600 



896 
553 

359 

51 



Official 
Gazette. 






1873 


844 


1873 


7.')0 


187J 


711 


1873 


711 


1873 


712 


1873 


102 


1873 


705 



2$2 



228 

272 
249 



34 



141 

66 



34 

83 



175 
4 

66 

288 

85 
91 

167 

214 

71 

178 

74 

97 

301 

71 

157 

42 

273 

76 



4 
4 
4 



3 
4 



S 129 K 

\ 130 r 



4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 



475 


1.53 


135 


J 43 
^44 


789 


258 


117 


37 

• 


592 


195 



115 
37 

163 
176 



J 198 \ 
\ 199 5 



283 
183 

111 

19 






67 
119 
624 



137 
653 



3 482 
196 

672 

4 I 45.3 
4 275 



472 



4 218 



3 
3 



3 


115 




:«*5 




94 




94 




94 




251 




332 



3 298 

4 160 



58 

593 
409 
400 
427 
129 
160 
359 



4 I 164 
3 276 



3 674 

3 327 

4 ! 37 
4 196 



3 
3 
4 
4 



3 
4 

4 
3 



3 
3 



517 
650 
119 
271 



4 .302 

I 
3 508 
3 231 
3 273 



190 
17 



4 100 
3 , 137 
3 387 



200 



168 
17 

67 

79 

457 



472 

308 



3 I 537 
3 I 250 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



35 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



145, 722 

136.363 

136, 416 
140. 765 

143, 617 

140,889 

144, 063 

137, 761 
143, 964 

142, 616 

135, 082 



140.245 
i:n, 892 
135, 777 
139, 770 

139, 544 

135, 408 
i:)5, 628 
145, 628 

141,695 

136, 134 
143,330 
134, 853 
144, 064 

143,063 
143, 331 



135, 466 

137, 596 
144,384 
145, 050 
138, 130 
5,672 

139, 044 
142, 000 
142, 326 



137, 179 

138, 858 

138,859 

145, 276 

136,135 
142, 679 

139, 658 
144.018 
145, 398 

6.725 
142, 838 



5,297 
141.764 

139, 369 
i:«, 131 
144,509 

140, .•i75 
144,385 
138, 075 



142,839 
144, 956 
144,658 

136,136 
136, 213 
139, 370 



• 142,374 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Claason, N. A., Windham, Conn. Preparing cocoa-nat for use in pics, cakes, &c 

Clanghton, H. O., et al. (See McClure, W. B., assignor.) 

Clausolles, E. E. P.. Barcelona, Spain. "Water-meter 

Claussen, F. W., Mars Bluff, S. C. Barrel-support 

Clay, R. J., New York. Toj' automaton I 

Clayton, H. & H., jr., and F. Hewlett, London, England. Peat machine , 

Clayton, H. M. {See Hunter <fc Clayton.) I 

Clay ton,. W., jr., Bristol, Conn. Carpet-rag loopcr 

Cleary, D. M., assignor of one-half interest to J. F. Broadbent, Baltimore, Md. Device ' 

for opening oysters .• i 

Cleavetand, E. R., Ik>ston, Mass. Supporter for men's drawers ' 

Cleaveland, G. D., assignor of two-thirds interest to U. E. Davis .and L. W. Hall, Flint, Ind. i 

Hold-back I 

Cleaveland, R., Covington, Pa. Mode of connecting pitmen with shafts 

Cleenewerck, B., et a2. (-S'ee A legeo, R. J., assignor. ) 

Clem, J. M. Opelika, Ala. Railway-rail joint, 

Clemen, A., «t a^ (-S^«Simmons,T., assignor.) 
Clemen, C. T., et al. (See Simmons, T., assignor.) 

Clemens, S. L., Hartford, Conn. Scrap-book 

Clements, C. J., and E. P. Fowler, New York, N. Y. Pigeon-hole 

.Cleminshaw, B. F., Troy, N. Y. Lubricator 

Cleminshaw, S., Troy. ti. Y. Buttonhole sewing-machine 

Cleminson, G. W. (See Corell. J. assignor.) 

Clemmens, 8. W., Cleveland. Ohio. Method of adjusting circular-saws 

Clem mens, A. J. (<S'ee Westbrooks •&. Clonimons.) 

Clemson, W., Middletown, N. Y. Buck-saw frame 

Same Handle for saws , 

Same Saw-handle 

Cleveland Non-Explosive Lamp Company. (See House, M. W., assignor.) 

Clevenger, S., Vibbard, Mo. Harvester rake 

Clews, W., llion, N. Y. Cartridge retractor for revolving fire-arms #. 

Click, B. F., Newark, Ind. Wood-sawing machine 

Cliff, E., South Saint Louis, Mo. Spring for vehicles 

Cliff', H. T., and J. E. Martin, assignors to G. H. Smith, T. Nourse, and N. D. Lapham, 

Detroit, Mich. Paper-ruling machine 

Clifford, M. A., Boston. Mass. Broom-hanger ' 

Clifford, W. P., West Jersey, assignor of one-half inten-st to L. and J. Garrison, Elmore, | 

HL Grain separator and scourer i 

Clift, C. W. (See Robinson & Clift.) i 

Clift, L D. (See Stevens, C. A., assignor) (Reissue.) i 

Climax Mower and Reaper Company. (See Sciboiling, J. F., assignor.) ' 

Clime, J. C, a.ssignor of one-half interest to A. Middleton, jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Device i 

for transmitting power 

Clinton, C. M., and E. J. Morgan, Ithaca, N. Y. Invalid-bedstead 

Clinton, C. M. , and L. Mood, I thuca, N. Y. Calendar-cloc k 

Clinton, E. H., Iowa City, Iowa. Harvester 

Clisbee, G., Marlborough, Mass. Embossing-press 

Clogston, L. B., assignor of one-half interest to C.H. Sheldon, West Rutland, Vt. Gato 

for gang for marble-saws (Reissue) . . 

Closs, J., Decatur, Ind. Sample-holder for displaying boots, Sec 

Closse, E. L., Cleveland, Ohio. Men's drawers . .^ 

Cloud, C. M., Grinnell, Iowa. Agricultural boiler 

Cloud. E. W. (See McNamee, J., assignor.) 

Clougn, C. F. (See Lincoln &. Clough.) 

Clougb, C. F.. and J. B. Lincoln, Pi-ovidence, said Clough assignor to W. V. Phillips, 

Greene, R. 1. Treadle for sewing-machines 

Clough, T., assignor to self, A. T. Welch, H. Iden. and L. P. Hawes, New York, N. Y. 

Argand gas-burner 

Clouser. S. F., Salt Lake City, Utah. Operating steam or air brakes 

Cloutman, J. F. (See Hall, A. J., assignor.) 

Clow, L. ^., Saint Louis, Mo. Cooking-stove 

Cliibb, G. (See Hall, G.. assignor.) 

Clacas, T., jr., Saint Louis, Mo. Washing-machine 

Same Lock-hinge lor blinds 

Clute, P. li. (See Foley, W. F., assignor.) 

Coan, G. P., Wyandotte, Mich. Reciprocating churn '. 

Same Grain-basket 

Coapman, E., assignor of one-half interest to B. H. Clark, Rochester, N. Y. Machine for 

bending hoops 

Coates, F. J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Footstool for barbers' chairs (Design) . . 

Coates, L., and J. T. Criswell, Col lamer. Pa. Butter-print press 

Coataworth, J. (See Rogers, S., assignor.) 

Cobaugh, D., administrator. (See Ball, E.) (Extension.) 

Cobb, B. F., assignor to E. Prescott, West Troy, N. Y. Riveting tool ( Ri-issue) . . 

Cobb, C, Charlestown, Mass. Coating canv.os to form tarpaulins 

Cobb, J. G., Shoe Heel, N. C. Turpentine tool 

Cobb, J. M., Jackson, Tenn. Plow 

Same Cotton-scraping plow 

Cobb, R. W., Helena, Ala. Cotton-bale tie 

Cobleigh, C. C, Brighton, Mass. Combined luncli-box and shupping-bag 

Cobum, J. J., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor of one-half interest U) H. B. Coylo. Friction- 
clutch mechanism , * 

Cobum, J. P. (See Knight Sc Cobum.) 

Cochran, A. W., Eufaulo, Ala. Sewing-machine power 

Cochran, J. T. L., Columbia, Tenn. Cur-coupling 

Cochran, W. A., assignor to self .and J. T. Bureh, Flat Rock, Ind. Car-coupling 

Cochrane, J. (See Gradj', P., assignor.) 

Cochrane, J., New York, N. Y. Val volubricitor 

Same Preventing corrosion of stay-bolts in sti'ain-boilers 

Cochrane, T A., Jamestown, CaL Feeder lor quartz-mills 

Cochrane, T. M. (See Lewitt, W. H., aswignor.) 
Cockcroft, W. (See Ackroyd 6c Co<;kcroft.) 

Cockcroft, W., and R. Ackroyd, assignors to selves and J. Massey, Chester, I*a. Stop- 
ping-mechanism for doubling and twisting machines 



Deo. 23,1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
July 15. 1873 
Oct. 14, 1873 

July 15, 1673 

Oct. 28,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Oct. 20,1973 
Sept. 9, 1873 



Feb. 4. 1873 
Apr. 8, I?H73 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873" 

Dec. 2,1873 
May 20. 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Sept. 2, 1873 



cc 



627 

8 

54 

379 

203 

484 

&39 
451 

549 
269 






Jan. 21, 1873 543 



June 24, 1873 746 

Apr. 15. 1873 5(K) 

Feb. 11,1873 358 

June 10, 1873 313 

June 3,1873 84 

Feb. 4, 1873 , 15 

Feb. 11,1873 ! 232 

Dec. 16, 1873 | 535 

Aug. 12, 1873 I 264 

Feb. 25, 1873 702 

Sept. 30, 1873 I 883 

Jan. 14, 1873 j 332 

Oct. 28, 1873 1 640 

Sept 23, 1873 I 661 

Sept. 30, 1873 ! 884 



69 
292 

188 

7 

782 

20S 

522 

541 

5 



Mar. 25, 1873 I 571 



May 13, 1873 
May 13, 1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 

Feb. 25,1873 
Sept. 9, 1673 

June 10, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Sept 16, 187.J 



Feb. 2.'>, 1873 
Aug. 12. 1873 
May 27, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Sept 10, 1873 
N«»v. 25, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 
Feb. 2.'., 1873 
May 27. 1873 



3,4 
19 

130 
69 

164 

210 

no 

182 

88 

176 



235 

176 

115 

97 



Official 
Gazette. 



4 

73 
175 

85 
227 
3(^2 
lv>6 

210 
226 

302 



22 

91 

64 

2,3 

250 

71 

165 

178 
o 



249 



360 


111 


361 


112 


218 


74 


703 


227 


321 


107 


201 


66 


602 


199 


322 


109 


4G4 


1.57 


804 


287 


32.3 




826 


205 


783 


250 


289 


98 


2t'i 


72 


189 


64, 65 



> I s 



4 I 672 

3 ' 246 
3 1 250 



741 234 



466 
68.3 
427 



l.')7 
231 
144 



007 



704 

763 I 

827 265 



4 
4 



58 
406 

67 



4 I 460 
3 ' 418 



4 

4 



453 
275 

79 



3 701 



3 
3 
3 



427 
168 
650 



29 3 616 



3 129 

3 1.58 

4 653 



4 164 



3 
4 
3 

4 
4 



2-20 

3ra 

47 

460 
3-28 

363 



3 
3 
4 
4 
3 

4 

3 
4 
4 



1 Sept 2, 1873 | 47 



3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



4 
4 
4 



133 
392 
505 
.586 
454 

602 
563 
196 
242 



3 325 

3 I .537 

3 ' 537 

4 I 615 

3 220 

4 I 280 

3 i 741 

4 I 457 

4 624 

3 ' 691 

4 I 302 



235 
169 
596 
4.^)4 
513 
37 
505 



3 451 



302 
.'>(i8 
536 



16 



3 1 220 
3 I 225 
3 ' 596 



216 



36 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM TUE 



Jlphahetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Coutinned. 



No. 



138,330 



145,051 
144,356 
144. 443 
141,853 
140, 404 



23, 8-2C 

140. 116 
136, 417 



145, 845 
143, 771 
144, 832 
137, 657 
138, 616 

139,771 

134.516 
134, 517 

139.872 

139,454 



136.033 
138,005 
6,«i84 
136,814 
141,631 
144, 957 
137. 346 
141,119 
139,496 



137,893 
140, 994 
143, 232 
140,890 
145, 399 
143, 207 

5,572 

5,596 



135,629 
143,809 
138,379 
139, 944 
141,854 
136, 969 
141,130 

136. 970 

144, 065 

135, 968 
139, 545 
l:n, 419 
13(?, 214 
138,076 
140, 185 
l.'k*, 380 

141,920 

145, 400 
139, 773 

139. 773 
139, 774 
i:i9, 775 
145, 151 
141, 855 
144, 510 
I.'i8, 331 
140,016 

141, 034 

140,186 

136, 705 



Xame, reaidence, and invention. 



Dat«. 



Indicator 



Codd, H., Grove Lane, Caniberwell, assizor of one-half interoat to R. Barrett, London, 
England. Bottle for etfrrvescing liquids 

Codding, A. E., et al. (See Sweet, F. M., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Codding, 1). D., et al. (See Sweet, F. M., assignor.) (li(>issue.) 

Codman, J. T., Boston, Mass. Dental plugger 

Cotly, H., New York, N. Y. Door-spring 

Coe, B. W., Des Moines, Iowa. Wagon-brake 

Coe, C. C, Hartford, Conn. Drying and disintegrating animal matter 

Coe, D. S., assignor to Cliapin Machine Company-, New Uartford, Conn. Vi.Me , 

Coe, J., administrator. (See Coo 6c Sniflin.) (l>i'*clairaer.) 

Same (Extenuion.) 

Coe, J. H., deceased, and W. Snitlin, by J. Coe, administrator, Stratford, Conn. Skat«»-id»t- 
ening (Disclaimer tiled) . . 

Coe, J. H., deceased, by J. Coe, administrator, and W. B. SniAin, Stratford, Conn. Skate- 
fastening (Extension) . . 

Coe, J. H., Brighton, Mich. Device for elevating building-material 

Coe, J. P. (Sec Masteu, J., assignor.) 

Coe, J. \V., and D Merritt, Williamsburgh. N. Y. Whip-socket 

Coe, S, S,, et aL (See Shipberd «fc Curtis, assignors.) 

Coe, S. S., «f al. (See Shipberd, W. C, assignor.) 

Coe, W., Now Haven, Conn . Hoop-skirt 

Coes, L., Worcest^-^r, Mass. Manufacture of wrench-heads 

Same Die for forging wrench-bars 

Coffee. G.,and W. M. Bernard, Dixon, CaL Vehicle 

Coffee, R W., Big Soring, Va. Spoke-machine 

Cotfin, B. C. (See Kellogg &. Coffin.) 

Cothn, C. H., assignor of one- third, interest to J. W. Morrison, Boston, Mass. 
for railway-cArs 

Coffin, D. N.B., jr., Boston, Mass. Steering-apparatus 

Same Windlass 

Same Windlass and capstA 

Coffin, T. E., Boston, assignor of one half interest to W. R. Hoy t, Chelsea, Mass. Parlor- 
bedstead 

Coffin, G. S. (See Coffin, J. H. & G. S.) 

Coffin, G. W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Car-coupling 

Coffin, J. H. A: G. S., Danielsville, Pa. Machine for finishing slate-frames 

Coffin, J. M., Danielsville, Pa. Slate-frame (Design) . 

Cogan, A. J.. Bon Homme. Dak. Wagon-seat 

Cogswell. E. R.. New York, N. Y. Life-preserving gai-ments 

CojTKwell, T., Boston, Mass. Strap-coupling 

Cohen, L., and J. C. Waller, San J* rancisco, (Jal. Presser-block for jtants 

Cohen, R. L., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of vapor-gas 

Cohic, J. K., and D. H. Shartzer, West Horapfleld Township, Pa. Measuring-funnel 

Cohn, M. (See Galiren & Lan^lotz, assignors.) 

Cohn, M. (See Gabren, C. assignor) (Reissue.) 

Cohn, M., New York, N. Y. Corset 

C*tin, T. P.. Boonesborough, Iowa. Sash-fastener 

Coklv, B., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for loading and unloading wagons 

ColaLan, C, Cloveiand, Ohio. Mowing-machine 

Colbert, I. C., Marvsville, Ohio. Ratonet-wrench 

Colbrunn, T. E., Cleveland, Ohia Gauged butti'r cutter and lifter 

Colbum, A. (See Hart, W. H., assignor.) 

Colbum, G. F. J., Newark, N. J., assignor to W. M. Welling. Composition for dental 

plat«s, Sec ( Reissue) . . 

Same Composition of matter (Reissue) . , 

Colbv, A. U. (See Lombard, E., assignor.) 
Colby. C. (See Ingham & Colby.) 

Colbv, E. B.. Franklin, N. H. rce-crecper 

Colby,F. W., Streator, 111. Building-block 

Colby, G. J., Reading, Mich. Washing-machine 

Colby, J. L., and L. B. Thomson, Saxon ville. Mass. Medicine-spoon 

Colby, J. S., New York. N. Y. Panier 

(.'aid well, T.. and G. L. Chadbom, Newburgh, N. \^. Lawn-mower 

Cole. A., and E.Davis, Saratoga Springs, kTy. Sash-fastener 

Cole. A. 1). (See Abell & Cole.) 

Cole. C. Meriden, N. H. Washing-machine 

Cole, C, Chat field, Minn. Potato-bug exterminator 

Cole, C. G., Bennin^on, Vt. Hat and coat hook 

Cole, 1). M., Elgin, III. Clothes- wringer 

Cole, E. C, Pawling, N. Y. Wagon-seat 

Cole, E. R., Pawtncket, R. I. Steam-boiler 

Cole, H. C, Walliuijford, Vt Snow-shovel , 

Cole, H. C, and E. 1). Sabin, Wallingford, Vt. Sap-protector , 

Cole, I., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to C. C. Beggs &. Co., Pitt*jburgh, Pa. Caudle-nioUl tip. 
Cole, J. R. (See Luudgren, jT, as.signor.) 

Colo, .r. R., Moni."^nia, N. Y. Can for oil, «fcc 

Cole, J. R., New York, N. Y. Can for paint«, &-c 

Cole, J. W., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to the TaniteConii)any, Stroudsbur;;b, Pa. Process 

of grinding journal boxes or bearings 

Same Machine for forming, shaping, and dressing journal-boxes 

Same Machine for dressing wheels, &c 

Same Machine for skauing or dressing wbeels, &c 

Cole, S. L., Brooklj-n, N. Y. Prouuction of turpentine li-oni sjiwdust 

Cole, W., Milan. Tenn. Brick-machine 

Same Earth-auger 

Coleman, F. E., Kirk wood, N. Y. Tire- bending machine 

Coleman, H. T., Williamsburgh, N. Y. Pump 

Coleman, I. (See Mattfeld, H., assignor.) 

Coleman, J. A., Providence, R. L System of supplying st«am, &c., to buildings for extin- 

giiisliing fires 

Coleman, J. W., Bridge^'ille, Mich. Hand corn-planter 

Coleman, M., Ionia, Mich. Extension-table 

Coleman, T. C. (See Clark, J. M., assignor.) 

Same (Sec Dean &. Coleiuau.) 



Apr. 29,1873 



Dec. 2,1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
July 1,1873 



Apr. 30, 1873 

May 3,1873 
June 34, 1873 

Mar. 4, 1873 



Dec. 23,1873 
Sept. 16, 1^73 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
May 6,1873 



June 10, 1873 
Jan. 7, ItT.i 
Jan. 7, ltf73 

June 17, 1873 
Juno .3, 1873 



Feb. 18, 
Apr. 23, 
Mav 37, 
Mar. 18, 
Aug. 13, 
Nov. 35, 
Apr. 1. 
July 22, 
June 3, 



1873 

IbTS 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1*^73 
1873 
1873 



Apr. 15,1873 
July 3-J, 1^73 
Sept,30. lt*73 
July 1.5,1 87 J 
Dec, 9, 1873 
Aug. 36, 1873 



Sept. 16, 1873 
OcU 14,1873 



Feb. 

Oct. 

Apr. 

June 

Aug. 

Mar. 

July 



11,1873 
31, 1873 
39, 1873 

17, 1873 
19, 1873 

18, 1873 
33, 1873 



Mar. 18, 
Oct. 3b, 
Feb. 18, 
June .3, 
A pr. 1, 
Feb. 35, 
Apr. 33. 
June 34. 
Apr. 39, 



lca3 
lt573 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
l!-73 
1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 
Dec. 9, iB73 



June 10, 
June 10, 
Jime 10. 
June 10, 
Doc. 3, 
Aug. 19, 
Nov. 11, 
Apr. 39. 
June 17, 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
L-73 
1873 



July 32, 1873 
June 24, IbT.i 
Mar. 11,1873 



Monthly 
Tolnme. 



Official 
Gazette. 









640 
55 



731 
410 
583 
345 
139 



315 
13 
15 

408 



8 

593 
673 



428 
311 
683 



331 ! 



232 


73 


400 


133 


1,031 


335 


471 


148 


411 


134 


55.3 


184 


713 


338 


555 


184 


641 


311 


5.36 


177 


85 


2Si 


134 


41 


764 


347 


741 


235 


700 


330 


1,033 


335 


476 


156 


334 


109 


315 


98 


316 


98 


317 


98 


318 


99 


104 




413 


134 


390 


98 


897 


38:1 


537 


167 


637 


315 


700 


330 


331 


106 



896 


283 


9 


3 


74 


24 


237 


80 


411 


••••-. 


55 


20, 



301 
20 



239 
138 
199 
107 
43 



98 

5 

5 

127 

138 



195 
313 



141 

66 

231 



63 


30 , 


713 




48 


15 

1 
1 


561 


i 
176 


603 


304 


791 


273 i 


4s5 


164 


334 


109 


743 


241 

1 


583 





> 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



3 
3 



4 
4 
4 
3 
3 



{ 128 3 



3 
3 
3 



3 
3 



4 
4 
3 
4 
3 



3 
4 
4 



4 
4 



3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 

3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 



4 
3 
3 



es 



473 



586 
484 
509 
186 
13 



471 

470 
693 

250 



681 
297 
559 
396 
508 



650 

8 
8 

665 



200 
446 



3 586 

3 298 



160 
568 
362 
95 
613 



427 
8<) 

355 
4 I 67 
4 I 634 
4 232 



312 
414 



158 
431 

483 
670 
186 
308 
95 

308 
461 
195 
616 
367 
335 
451 
696 
483 

191 
634 

CiO 
650 
6:i0 
650 
594 
186 
514 
473 
674 



88 
697 
280 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



37 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



143, 435 
140, r>76 

138, 381 
143,884 

5, 241 
143,500 
143,885 
145,787 

i:J8,478 
134, 780 

139, 776 



135,889 
143, 064 



130, 588 

139,902 

139, 455 
134, 733 
141, 121 

145,629 

134, 518 
134, 734 

142, 208 

135,691 
145, 401 

14.5, 630 

5, 407 
6,803 
136, 971 
145, 474 
145, 723 
140,472 

135, 890 

140, 473 
135, 891 



134, 979 

135, 409 

135, 264 
144,890 
13H, 132 
143, 123 

137, 420 
145,555 

136, 035 
136, 034 
144,444 

143,669 

137, 421 
143, 559 



135, 083 
13:», b73 
140, 577 
141.765 
138, 737 
145, 152 



140,891 
134,644 

140, 405 
6.780 
146, 046 
136, 3('4 
136, .589 
137,291 
137, 292 
138,860 

140, 187 



Coleman, T.C. (-Sf«« Kelly, TV., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Coleman, T. F., Allegheny City, Pa. Axle for vehicles 

Coles, A. D., Newark, N. J. Stove-foot shoo 

Coles. D. H., New York, N. Y. Sewing-macbiue 

Coll, H., Mill vale. Pa. Water-ejector 

Collamer, T. (tSe« Barbour, J. >V., assignor.) 

CoUender, H. W., New York. N. Y. Billiard-table cushion (Reissue) . . 

Same Billiard-table ball-holder 

Same Chalk-holder for billiard-tables 

Same Billiard table 

Collett, J. F. iSee (Jentry &, Collctt.) 

Collier, J. W., New York, N Y. Cooler for liquids 1 

Collier, W. C, Salford, England. Steam-drying cylinder 

CoUigiion, A., C. O.. and N, Closter, N. J. Folaiiigchair 

Collignon, C. O. {See (^ollignou. A.. C. 0., and N.) 
Collignon, N. (.SVc Collignon, A., C. O., and N.) 

CoUingbourne, J, J.. New York, N. Y. Hand-truck 

Collinge, R. (Set Meyenberg &. CoUinge) (Design.) 

Collings, \V. H., Ray town, \io. Pruning-iustrument 

Collins, B. {Hee Copeland, R. A., assignor.) 
Collins, B. F., el (U. (See Wright, II., assi^^or.) 
Collins Company. {See Chapman, L., assignor.) 

Same {See Jordan &, Smith, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Collins, C. S, {See Fleehearty, J. T., assignor.) 

Collins, C. S., assignor of one-half interest to J. T. Fleehearty, Ballimore, Md. Vessel 

for steaming oysters 

Same Ash-sifter 

Collins, D., Newark. N. J. Manufacturing picks .* 

Collins, E., New York, N. Y. Foot-rest for chairs 

Same Recliuing-chair 

Collins, E. S., Trenton, Tenn. Cotton and hay press 

Collins, F., Portland, Me. Thread-cutter for sewing-machines 

Collins, G. G., and J. A. Moriison, assignors of one-third interest to O. Wood, Philo, 111. 

Eai-th-auger 

Collins, G. W., We-st Lebanon, Pa. Apple-butter stirrer 

Collins, H. H., et al. {See Wright, H., assignor ) 

Collins, J., Guelph, Canada. Harvestbr-rake 

Collins, J., Hohokus Towusbip, N. J., assignor to U* p'iius &. Dickinson Manufactur- 
ing Company. Door-key 

Same Rail for sliaing-doors 

Collins, J. P., Norwich, Conn. Water-wheel (Extension) . . 

Same same (Reissue) . . 

Collins, L. M., Lebanon, N. II. Band-saw frame (Design) . . 

Collins, M. H,, Chelsea, Mass. Glass mold for forming lamp-chimneys 

Collins, O. N., and P. B. Stiles, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Draugnt-cqualizer 

Collins, W. A., Bloomtield, N. J. Dredging-machine 

Collins, W. II., and C. E. Longden, Prospect, Conn. Manufacture of India-rubber rings. . 

Collins, W. T., Winchester, III. Car-coupling 

Collyer, C. W., as.signor to self and C. Tucker, Marblehead, Mass. Elevator 

Colman, N. J., Railroad Flat, Cal. Water-wheel 

Colston, n. V. (See Booth, E., assignor.) 

Colton, J. H., et tU. (See Stanton, iJ. W., assignor.) 

Colton, S. B., Bloomfleld, Conn. Medicated candy 

Colton, W. R., Syracuse, N. Y. Driving-belt 

Colt's Patent Fire-arm Manufacturing Company. (See GaskelL J., assignor.) 

Colver, A. B., and J. Priest, Albany, Oreg. Cultivator 

Colvin, P., Pecatonica, III. Farmers' lioiler 

Colvin, R J., Lancaster, Pa. Combined rake and tedder 

Colvin, T., and R. M. Patchen, Meriden, Conn. Washing-machine 

Colvin, W. S.j et al. (See Burney, F., assignor.) 

Colyar, E., Clayton, Iowa. Stump-extractor 

Combes, F, A., Cleveland, Ohio. Ruler 

Combes, W. M., Auburn, N. Y. Chum-dasher 

Combs, A., Philadelphia, Pa, Wick-raiser for lamps 

Combs, E. J., I*ratsburgh, assignor of one-half interest to L. O. Dunning, Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Polisbins: compound 

Combs, J. il., Stamford, Conn. Carriage-top joint 

Comer, H. B., Worcester, Mass. Machine for rolling iron (Extension) . . 

C<mily, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Dummy engine 

Compton, I. B., Seward, Nebr. Churn-dasher 

Comstock, Ciistle &. Co. (See Huntley, H. H., assignor.) 

Same (See Shontz, A. S., assiignor.) 

Comstock, L. R., Baltimore, Md. Oyster-packing can 

Same Manufacture of funnels 

Comstock, L. R., Philadelphia, Pa. Means for draining basins 

Comstock, L. R.„ Baltimore, Md. Heating-stove 

Comstock, M., Chicago, 111. Motor 



Conant, C. B., Lewiston, Me. Burnisher for photographs 

Conant. H., Lincoln, R I. Machine for winding thread on siiool (Extension) . 

Conawaj', J., et aL (See Wilson, A., assignor.) 
Condict, N. W., jr., et al. (See Stevens, W. J., assignor.) 
('ondit, I. D. (See Atwood, A., assignor.) 

Condon, J. W., Logansi>ort, Ind. Egg and cake beater 

Condon, S. E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Condrou, H. (5e« Lapliam, R., assignor.) 

Cone, I). D., and P. Polder, Panama, N. Y. Bolt and rivet cutter 

Cone, E. G., East Hampton, Conn. Handbell (Design) , 

Cougdon, I. H.,and J. E. House, Omaha, Nebr. Wire-stretcher 

Conger, W. M., assignor to self and J. and J. Noon, Newark, N. J. Water-filter 

Conger, W. M., Newark, N. J. Stove-platform 

Same Stove-support 

Same same 

Conger, W. R., Newark, N. J. Sofa 



Conklin, E. E., Now York, N. Y. Ice elevator. 



Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


• 

a 

CO 




• 

> 

4 
4 
3 
4 


es 


Oct. 7, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Oct. 21,1873 


34 

216 

1,033 

463 


12 

72 

325 

155 


3a3 
37 

48:1 
436 


Jan. 21,1873 
Oct 7,1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 


634 

87 

463 

083 


207 

30 

156 

224 


4 
4 


86 
387 
436 
677 


May 6,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
June 10, 1873 


12 
273 
318 


4 

89 
99 


3 
3 
3 


498 

42 

650 


Feb. 18,1873 


476 


153 


3 


191 


Sept 23, 1873 


661 


226 


4 


328 


Mar. 11, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
June 3,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
July 22, 1873 


227 
499 
9 
229 
714 


76 

165 

3 

73 
238 


3 
3 
3 
3 
4 


273 

303 

609 

39 

95 


Dec. 16,1873 


535 


( 175 
) 176 


V 


653 


Jan. 7, 1873 


15 


5 


3 


8 


Jan. 14,1873 
Aug. 26,1873 


230 
744 


74 
245 


3 
4 


39 
222 


Feb. 11,1873 


288 


91 


3 


162 


Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Dec 6, 1873 


325 
536 


110 
176 


4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 


624 

653 

585 


May 13,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 23,1873 
July 1,1813 
Feb. 18,1873 
July 1, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 


459 


145 


545 
185 


555 
390 
628 
110 
477 
111 
477 


184 

128 

206 

37 

15:1 

37 
154 


308 
629 
672 

17 
191 

17 
191 


Jan. 21,1873 
Feb. 4, 18TJ 


453 
15 


'"'5' 


3 
3 


72 
129 


Jan. 28,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 


724 
631 

784 
705 


232 
214 
250 
242 


3 
4 
3 

4 


106 
563 
454 
332 


Apr. 1, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 


124 
475 
595 
594 


41 
155 
195 
195 


3 
4 
3 
3 


367 
648 
200 
200 


Nov. 11, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Mar. 29, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
Oct 14,1873 


238 
246 


"si" 


4 

4 


409 


126 
154 


41 
52 


3 

4 


:J67 
401 


Jan. 21, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
July 8.1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
May 13,1873 
Deo. 2, 1873 
Juno 22, lfc73 


543 
411 
216 
323 
2.53 
105 


177 
128 

72 
106 

79 
34,35 


3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 


79 
665 

37 
109 
ry2S 
594 
66-2 


July 15,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 


486 
137 


164 
44 


4 
3 


67 
17 


July 1,1873 
July 22, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 
Mar, 4,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
May 13,1873 


56 


20 


4 

4 


•t 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 


13 

85 


931 
10 

228 
11 
12 

361 


300 

4 

. 76 

4 

4 

112 


707 
246 
27:1 
358 
358 
537 


June 24, 1873 


701 


(220 
>221 


1' 


697 



38 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical Hat of patentees for the year 1873 — Con tinned. 



No. 



145,279 
137, 180 
143,670 
143.671 
140. 810 

140,811 

139,116 



135,'26,'i 
136,418 

136,365 
6,573 
6,574 
7,080 

144,066 

141.035 

142, 991 

143, 6T2 

138,232 
139, 117 
5.3fl/ 
135, 778 

145. 153 
6.456 
14), 812 
142,899 
145, 154 

13^, 296 
136,815 
144,386 
135, 969 

139,045 
138. 133 
135, 525 

145,989 



i:{5. 526 
138, 479 
13f, 480 
138,481 
138, 482 
138, 48:^ 

138, 484 

139, 777 

140, 246 
140, 766 
142.001 
1 4*2.772 
143.223 
145,847 



6,798 
136,972 

141,766 

141,325 



145. 846 

145, 724 

5,276 

141, 036 



145,280 
6, 987 



139, 546 
138,006 

141,632 

5,:«83 

143, 501 




Conklin. T. F.. Fond dii Lar, Wi8. Sraokc-sUck 

CoDDftble, K., JacksoD, Mich. Kiln 

Same Machine lor making curved earthen pipes 

Same Proce»8 of making curved earthen pipes .* 

Con Del ,i M Newark. Ohio. Machine I'ur grinding liarveBter-knivcB. 

Same same 



Ci)nnel1, J., jr., assignor to self and "W. Connell, Collingwood, Canada. Preserving and 

packing compounds for eggs, wo(mI, &c 

Connell, J. P. {See Fogelstrand, O. F., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Penfield, C. W., assignor.) 

Connell, AV. (See Connell, J., jr., assignor.) * 

Connelly, B., Willlamsburgh, N. Y. Device for feeding stoves 

Same Device for emptying stoves 

Conner, E. F. (Set Hamilton <fc Conner.) 

Conner, J., assignor t« s<df and L P. Wendell, Philadelphia, Pa. Pipe-coupling 

Conner, J. M., New York, N. Y. Printing tvi>e (Design) . . 

Same Printlngty ^k; (Design) . - 

Conner, J. M., Greenville, N. J. Priniingty pe ( Design) . . 

Same Type-casting machine 

Conner, R. (See Wolford Sc Conner.) 

Conner, W. M., assignor to A. G. Winston, Burlington, and A. V. Winston, Covington, 

Ky. Baling-press 

Conner, W. Z., Shelbyville, Ind, Weighing-scales 

Conners, J. D., et al. (See Piatt, A. L., assignor.) 

Conners, T. K.. et aL (See Piatt, A. L., assignor.) 

Connolly, J. D., Lincoln, Nebr., as.siguor of one-half interest to R. Doyle, l*eoria. 111. 

Striker for paper-ruling machines 

Connor, J. P., and M. T. Hynes, Boston, Mass. Lantern 

Connor, S. P., Conshohocken, and P. I). Ptisterer, Philatlelphia, Pa. Shaft for vehicles 

Conover, S. B., New York, N. Y., assignor to J. A. Mount Fruit-basket (Reissue) . . 

Conra<l, E. E., assignor of one-half interest to M- Meir, Philadeiphia, Pa. Lamp shade 

bolder 

Conrad. S. A., Centralia, 111. Hand-cultivator 

Conradt, C. J., assii^or to G. S. (Jritlith &. Co., Baltimore, Md. Ottomain (Design) . . 

Conroy, J. W., Terry, Miss. Washing-machine 

Conroy, L., New York, N. Y. Screen for postal cards 

Same Breech-loading tire arm .* 

Consolidated Wax-Thread Sewing-Machine Co. (See Bean, E. E. and F., assignors.) 

Constable, N., Carrollton, III Fire-proof safe 

Converse, A. C, Boston, Mass. A pparatus for casting type 

Converse. C. C, Erie, Pa. Curcoupling '. 

Converse, G. C. Spencer, Mass., assignor to A. SVheelock, Charlton, Mass. Machine for 

piicking leather 

Conzelroan, J., Saint Louis, Mo. Medical comiwund 

Coogan, O., Pittsdeld, Mass. Leather lH)arding machine 

C«K)k, B. C, Richmond, Va. Broom-head 

Cook, C. H. (See Grant 6c Cook.) 

Cook, E. F., Omaha, Nebr. Damper for stoves : 

Cook, F. (See McClean, J., assignor.) 

C«»ok, F. (See McMurtry, J., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Cook, F., New Orleans, La. Bale-tie 

Same same 

Same same 

Same Cotton-bale lie 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same Bale-tic 

Same same 

Sanje same 

Cook, F. G.. et al (See Knowlton. C. H., assignor.) 

(^K)k, (}., and U. L Kimball. New ilaven, Conn. Top-prop for carriages (Extension).. 

Cook, (r. K., New York, N. Y. SUmp pad and rack (De.sign) . . 

Cook, G. W., assignor of one-half interest to H. T. Weeks, Chicago, IIL Devices to pre- 

^ vent retrograde motion of balance-whet'ls on sewing-machines 

Cook, H. O., assignor to Marine Variometer Company, New York, N. Y. Solar compasses 

Cook, I (.Se« Parker & Cook) (Reissue.) 

Cook, L, Saint Louis, Mo. Rotary meter 

Cook, J. F., Baltimore, Md. Try -cock for steam-boilers (Extension) . . 

Cook, L. A., et al. (See Winsor, J. S.. assignor) (Rei.nsue.) 

Cook, O. F., Grand I.^land, Cal. Process of preparing grain for nianaf:u;turo into dour. . . 

(Jook, R. F., West Potsdam, N. Y. Saw-set 

Cook, S., Magnolia, Iowa, assignor bv mesne assignment to the Automatic Boiler-Feeder 

Company. Automatic boiler.fei'der (Reissue) . . 

Cook, S., Alpena. Mich. Saw 

Cook. S. E. (See Carroll, W. T., a.Hsignor.) 
Cook, S. S. (See Whitaker & Cook.) 
Cook, S. S. (See Whitaker, J., assignor.) 

Cook, S. S., Woonsocket, R. L Carriage axle 

Cook, T. G., Philadelphia. Pa. Drinking glass, &,c ... (Design) . . 

Cook, W. A. (See Burritt, H. H., assignor.) 

Cooke, A. A . (See Weatherhead, O. E., assignor) ( Reissue. ) 

Cook, A., and 1). W. (.'rosa et al. , Brook landvi lie, Md. Corn-iow marker 

Cooke, ( f . K., New York, N. Y. Making rubber st^Teotypes : 

Cooke, G. L., et al (See Weatherhead, 0. E., assignor.) .' (lioissue.) 

Cooke, H. E., Cleveland, Ohio. Lawn or garden sprinkler 

Cooke, J. T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Comiwund for coating roasted cotlee ( Reissue) . . 

Cooke, O. U., and F. Kenfleld, Morristown, Vt. Toilet-rack 



Dec. 9, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Oct. 14,1873 
Oct. 14, 1813 
July 15, 1813 

.Tnly 15,1873 
May 20, 1873 



Jan. 28,1873 
Mar. 4, 18TJ 

Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Dec. 30. 1873 
Oct 28, 1873 



July 22, 1873 
S<>pt 2ii, 1873 



Oct 14,1873 
Apr. 29. 1873 
May 30, ltt';3 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Feb. 11,U73 
Dec 2, 1873 
Feb. 25,1873 
July 15, l?«73 
Sept. 16, 1873 
Dec 2, 1873 

May 27. 1873 
Mar. 18. 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
May 20, 1873 
Apr. 22,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 

Dec. 30,1873 



Feb. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept 

Sept. 

Dec. 



4. 1873 

6, 1873 

6, 1873 

6, 1873 

6. 1873 

6, 1873 

6, 1873 

10, 1873 

24. 1873 

15. 1873 

19. 1873 

16, 1873 

30, 1873 

23, 1873 



Dec. 27,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Aug. 12. 1873 

July 29, 1873 
Si^pt. 20, 1873 

Dec 23, 1873 
Doc. 23,1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
July 2-2, 1873 



Dec. 9. 1873 220 
Nov. 11, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



June .3, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 






219 
752 
247 
248 
421 

422 



593 



725 
56 

11 



641 



6.39 

598 



248 

i*W 
594 
867 

359 
106 



423 
513 
106 

773 

428 
190 

537 
522 
7H5 
120 

881 



120 

13 

13 

14 

14 

15 

15 

319 

747 

379 

542 

411 

7!I2 

733 



5.% 
325 

921 



732 
629 

448 
641 



674 

212 
1,115 

88 






75 

249 

83 



142 
142 
143 



232 
20 



210 
206 

146 
216 



75 



211 



215 
203 



83 
283 
187 
275 

115 
35 



143 

175 

35 

245 
142 

65 

178 



251 
38 

285 



38 
4 
4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

99 

236 

130 

179 

138 

273 

240 



185 
106 

301 



30 
213 

67 

"30* 



• 





© 

> 


Cm 


4 


615 


3 


335 


4 


409 


4 


409 


4 


62 


[^ 


62 


3 


569 


3 


106 


3 


250 


3 


246 


3 


387 


3 


387 


4 


698 


4 


461 


4 


89 


4 


323 


4 


409 


3 


472 


3 


569 


3 


461 


3 


108 


4 


594 


3 


218 


4 


62 


4 


.306 


4 


594 


3 


591 


3 


298 


4 


505 


3 


195 


3 


563 


3 


4.54 


3 


137 


4 


703 


3 


137 


3 


498 


3 


498 


3 


498 


3 


499 


3 


4<«9 


3 


499 


3 


650 


3 


701 


4 


58 


4 


196 


4 


297 


4 


355 


4 


081 


4 


670 


4 


159 


3 


308 


4 


169 


4 


119 


4 


290 


4 


681 


4 


672 


3 


174 


4 


89 


4 


616 


4 


.■»04 


3 


616 


3 


446 


4 


160 


3 


486 


4 


387 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



39 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year ^ 1873— Continued. 



No. 



5,C42 

145,052 
]44,»33 

141,921 

135, 8inj 

143,880 
145,930 

139, 547 

140,247 



143, 276 



143.436 
13ri, 134 

145, 848 
] 43, 500 
144,315 
140. 080 
143,502 

139. 703 
135. 084 
137, 181 
144,511 

135, 085 
138, 861 

145, 094 

140. 892 

136, 816 

136, 817 
145,556 

Ki5,779 
143, 437 

141,492 

138,233 
i:J8, 558 
135, 970 
142, 557 
140, 248 

144, 257 

145, 631 



144.258 

137, 532 

6,618 

134, 854 
141,326 
140,249 

138, 862 



Name, residence, and invention. 



135, 467 

138, 007 

142,084 
137, 422 

143, 673 

144, 834 

136. 137 

144, 387 
14,5, 725 
137, 061 

145, 053 
140, 347 
140,348 
139, 945 
141,696 
144, 259 



Cooke, Tl., New Hartford, !N. Y., and T. Hanford, Norwich, Conn. Mechanism for ahear- 

inj{ caps (Ucissuc) . . 

Cooke, K., New Hartford. N. Y. Machine for shearing hat« , 

Cooke, 11. v., Brooklyn. N. Y. Horseshoe 

Cooke, S. W.. H al. '{See Weatherheiwi. O. E., assignor) (Iltissue.) 

Cooke, W., New York, N. Y. Clothes-line holder 

Cooke, W. Z., Hartford, Conn. Spring bed and frame 

Cooley, A. G.. Hillsboi-ough. Ohio. Wagon Jack 

Cooley, J., Albany, N. Y. Seat for school-desks 

Cooley. L. C. (See J<mes &. Cooley.) 

Cooley. L. C, New York, N. Y., assignor to A. T. Jones, Clinton, Wis. Apparatus for 

preserving fruit 

Cooley, L. C, Albany, N. Y. Apparatus for exhausting the air from fruit-cans and other 

vessels 

Cooley, W. T. {See Reed, A., assignor.) 

CcHiley, W. T., assignor of one-half interest to 1). H. Wells, Chicago, 111. Earth-auger. . . 

Coolidge. F. S. (See French. E. S., assignor.) 

Coombs, N. (See Hawkins. L. P., assignor.) 

Coombs, W. (See Hood & (Toombs.) 

Coombs, W. F., et oZ. (See Brown, W. F., assignor.) 

Coon, P. J., Nunica, Mich. Siding-hook 

Coonov. W., assignor to Hockensmith &, Cooney, Bridgeport, Conn. Sliuttle fur sewing- 

macliincs 

Cooper, A., assignor of cne-half intenst to M. E. Updegraf, Mcccmb, 111. Cultivator. . . 

Cooper, A. F. Canilnidge. Mas.s. Car-wheel 

Same Medicated j>ad or b^^l t 

Cooper, C. E., Philadelphia, Pa. Cutt ing-lxiards for shoemakers, vtc 

Cooper. C. P., New York, N. Y. Bolster, pillow, <fec 

Cooper, L). A., Worcester, Euglan*!. Glove-fastening 

Cooper, E. A., Lancaster, N. Y. Wrench 

Same Indicator-lock '. 

Same Nut-lock , 



Cooper, (t. B. F. (See Ste-'phens &:, Cooper.) 

Cooper, G. S., Barab<x), Wis. Feeding-screen for bran-dusters. 



Same Umbrella-support . . 

Cooper, J. (See Patterson, L., assignor.) 

Cooper, J. F., Frankton, Ind. Carpet-rag looper 

Cooper. J. H., and A. D. Emery, Philadelphia. Pa. Compound steam-engine 

C<K>per, J. W.. Hubbard. Ohio,' assignor to A. E. Rogers, La (iraude, Oreg., and C. Roose, 
Newcastle, Pa., trustees. Rolls for rolling railway-rail. 



Same... -^. Means for buoying and stowning hoies in vessels. 

" ~" " " [>ldc 



Cooper, M. J., New York, N. Y. Button-holder. 

Cooper, N. B. ($See Hood. H. P.. assignor.) 

Cooper, N. B., Liberty. In«l. Wagon-body 

Cooper, R. B.. Monticello, N. Y. Feather-renovator 

Cooper, S., et al. (See Roller, J. B., assignor) ( Design.) 

Cooper, S. L., assignor of two-thirds interest to J. Lock and R. N. Williams, Lewistowu, 
Pa. Passenger- registers 

Cooper, T., Philadelphia. Pa. Car-8tart«r 

Cooper, T.. Warwick, R. I. Lubricating-cup 

Cooper, W. B., Albany, N. Y. Iron bridge , 

Cooper, W. H., Lowell, Mass. Try-square , 

Cooper. W. S., Phila<lelphia, Pa. Stop-cock , 

Co-operative Manufacturing Company. (.S^e Ellis, J. A. H., assignor.) 

Coovert, W. R.. London, Pa. Car-coupling 

Cope. J. (See Mullowney, Cope <fc Brooks.) 

Copeland, R. A., Brooklyn, assignor to B. Collins, New York, N. Y. Plug or ferrule for 
.stopping leaks in the tabes of steam-boilers 

Copley, P. (See Gillott Sc Copley.) 

Copping, G. II., Toronto, Canada. Lozenge-cutting machine 

Coppock, J. F., West Newton, assignor to J. D. Vinuedge, Indianapolis, Ind. Burglar- 
alarm 

Coppuck, M. M.. assignor to C. Noble & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Cooking -stove. . (Design). . 

Corban, A., et al. (See Hubbell. N. C. assignor.) 

CorbeJl, J., Lind, Wis. Potato-bug collector.-.. , 

Same Car-starter 

Corbiu, E. A., and H. Albrecht, Philadelphia, Pa. Clothes-wringer 

Corbin, F., assignor to P. and F. Corbin, New Biitain, Conn. Handle-x)late for door- 



latches . 



Corbin, J. S. (See Litchfield &, Corbin.) 
Corbin, P. and F. (See Arnold, S. D., assignor.) 

Same (See Corbin, F.. assignor.) 

Same (See Monger. W. T., assignor.) 

Same (See White, G. W., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Widmayer, L., assignor) (Design.) 

Corby. A. B., Bingham ton, N.'Y. Machine for pointing pickets 

Cordley, J. (See Thomson & Cordley.) 

Corell. J., New York,. assignor of one-half interest to G. W. Clemison, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Soluble chocolato 

Coreth, R.. West Belleville, 111. Gang-plow 

Corey, J. H., New York. N. Y. Electrical indicator for elevators 

Same Culinary-boiler 



Same Water- tank for hotels. 



Corey. T., et al. (See Springer, W. A., assignor.) 

Corfield, W., Chicago, 111. Distilling together spirits of turpentine and alcoholic liquids. 

Corliss, G. F.J Mansfield, Ohio. Clothes-lino reel 

Corliss, J. IL, Reno, Nev. Combined tank and liquid measure 

Corliss, W., Providence, R I. Burglar-proot safe 

Cornelius, (j. E.. Philadelphia, Pa. Drop-light for chandeliers 

Cornelias, R., Philadelphia, Pa. Drop-light for chandeliers 

Same same 

Cornell, J. B., New York. N. Y. Fire-proof roof 

Same Fire-proof shutter 

Same Metallic cornice and gutter 



Date. 



Nov. 4.1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Aug. 19. 1873 
Feb. 18. 1873 
Oct. 21, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1b73 



Juno 3,1873 
June 24, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Oct. 7, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Apr. 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

July 

Oct. 

June 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Nov. 



22, 1873 

23. 1873 

14. 1873 

4, 1873 

8. 1873 

7, 1873 

10, 1873 

21,1873 

25, 1873 

11,1873 



Jan. 21,1873 
May, 13, 1873 

Dec. 2. 1873 
July 15, J 873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Oct. 7, la73 



Aug. 5,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
May 6,1873 
: eb. 18,1873 
Sept. 9,1873 
June 24, 1873 



Nov. 4,1873 

Dfc. 16,1873 

Nov. 4,1873 

Apr. 8,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
July 29, 1873 
Jan. 24, 1873 

May 13,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 



Feb. 25. 
Nov. 11, 
Dec. 2.3, 
Mar. 25, 
Dec. 2, 
Julv 1, 
July 1, 
June 17, 
Aug. 12, 
Nov. 4, 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 






176 

10 

583 

447 

478 
465 

828 



88 
747 
836 



35 

780 
734 
154- 
117 
302 
8.8 
2.50 
544 

7r.3 

291 

545 
302 

51 

487 

430 
430 
476 

3.59 
36 



76 
899 

82 
5:J8 
219 

lie 

75 



537 

76 

2.39 



332 

92:j 

749 
303 



fcJD 
"u 

P 



59, 60 

3 

199 

1.57 
1.54 
1.5(i 
270 



30 
230 

288 



12 

251 

240 

52 

40 

101 

30 

79 

177 

249 

98 

177 
112 

10 
164 

142 
142 
15<j 

no 

13 



24 
284 

20 
178 

71 
230 

24 



170 
24, 25 
73 



100 
.301 
237 

112 



09 



075 
638 
127 
249 

584 



700 

191 

029 

640 

11 

13 

14 

472 

265 

77 



22 



210 

41 

84 

<; 199 

^200 



05 

2(k; 

214 
4 
4 
4 

148 
80 
25 



Ofiicial 
Gazette. 






4 , 493 
4 1 580 
4 559 

4 191 

3 191 

4 I 4.30 
4 099 



3 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 

3 
3 

4 

4 

3 
3 
4 

3 
4 



4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 



4 

4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
3 



3 
4 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 



616 
701 

359 



383 

455 
081 
401 
488 

44 
388 
615 

79 
335 
514 

79 
537 

.589 
67 

298 
298 
648 

108 
38,1 



141 
472 

.504 
196 
271 
701 

484 



653 

484 

388 
471 

47 
119 
701 

537 



133 



446 
213 
367 
409 

559 



220 
505 
672 
327 
586 
9 
9 
670 
104 
484 



40 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



\Xi, C30 
142,440 

137. 058 

134, 735 

13ri, 08<i 
13G, 138 

135, cm 
141,697 

135, 631 



135. 693 
135,780 
137. 828 
145,557 



145,849 
135, 694 
137, 293 



137, 894 
137, 597 

144, 743 



135. 6:12 
i:t5. 0H7 
135. 088 
140,616 
145,788 

127, 347 
140,813 
144,316 
144, 317 
144,318 
144,744 

144,745 
142,147 



1 45. 095 
145.990 
143.065 
142, 617 



5. 465 
139, 237 

140.474 
140, 475 
141,698 
143. 332 
i:i8, 234 
138, 738 

134, 855 

6, 512 
136,366 
141.327 
14:% 810 
141,699 



5,481 

134. 980 
138, 7 W 
137, 762 

145,336 
134, 787 
136, 215 

139, 297 
137,895 



134, 520 
439, 704 



Name, residonce, and inyention. 



Conioll, L. R., Brooklj-n. N. Y. Evaporating pan for wilt, siigar, Ac 

Same Sudani -»ui>eih<«ater lor evaporating Halt, and lor other piiri»0H08 

Cornell, S. {See Uough, W. S., assignor.) 

Cornell. S. V., New Haven. Conn. Folding table 

Coniell, T. L.. et al. (.SV« Harrington, I., asBignor.) 

Comoll, T. L.. Derby. Conn. Bracelet 

Coming. C. N. {See Ladd & Corning.) 

Cornwall. (1.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring at tacbinent to car-window 

Corr, C. \V., Carlln ville, HI. Hollow auger 

Corre, A. CI., et oL {See Williain«, H. B.. ansignor.) 

Con-ca, J. A., Green Baj', Wis. Scissors ■ 

Corrigan, P., New York, N. Y. Screw-valve 

Corse, A. {ike Parker, W., assignor.) 

Corse, A. C. (A.'e«Fagan,M.a., assignor.) „ , , . 

Corser, G. A., assignor to self, A. Han key, and J. E. Jones, Leicester. Mass. Bed-plate 

for rag or pajM?r engines 

Corvin, J. {See Grimm & Corviu. ) 

Cory, L, Dallou, Ind. IVoring-niai-hine 

Cory, J., Chicago, 111, Boater-press 




Pyrotoclinic 
(Exteusitiu).. 



Cosby, O. G., Richmond, Va. Invali«l-be<l»tead 

Costello, A. B.. Jersey City, N. J. PhoU»gra^)hic background 

Coston, B. F., deceased, by M. J. Coston, adminiMtratrix, Washington, D. C. 

night-signal 

Coston, J.. Bowdon, Ga. Cotton -chopper - -.•••••• 

Coston, M. J., administratrix. (.SwjCoHton, K F.) - (Kxtension.) 

Cote, L., Saint Hyaciuthe, Canada. Machine for trimming and burnishing the soles ot 

boots and shoes 

Same Apparatus for trimming the heels of boots and shoes 

Cotner, J. {See Fagaines, G. W., assignor.) 
Cotton, it J. (Sc« Cotton. T.L., assignor.) 

Cotten, T. L., assignor to M. J . Cotton. Water Valley, Miss. Ph»w 

Cotter. P. A.. Boston, Mass. Fan-fly attachment for cylinder presses 

Cotterell, C. B. (Sf« Walther, J., assignor.) ^ . , «,.,,,,.. t . 
Cottingham, G. W., assignor to self and J. P. Cottinghara, Saint Mary s, lex. Ironing- ? 

machine •. •. ^ 

Cottingham, J. P. {See Cottingham. G. W., assignor.) 
Cottle, H. W., Lvnn, Mass. Bleaching buflled sole-leather 
Cottle. S., New York. N. Y. Manufacture of .jewelry bases 

Same same... 

Same Device for manufacturing jewelry bases 

Same Bracelet-fastening 

Cotton. F. B. {See Peaney &, Cotton.) 

Cottrell, C. B., We.sterly, R. I. Rotary printing-press 

Same Printing-press 

Cottrell, H., Newark, N. Jt Machine for cutting and working stone 

Same Stone-sawing machine » 

Same Stone-cutting tool - - .^. ''•: • Vt ^r • "r * 

Cottrell, H., Newark, N. J., assignor to Cottrell Stone Machinery Company, New \ ork, 

N. Y. Pollshing-tool - - • 

Same Carving-machine 

Cottrell. I. B., Bridgeville, Del Fruit-drier 

Cottrell Stone Machinery Company. {See Cottrell, H., assignor.) 
Cottrell, T. D.. cf ai. (.See Class, W\ F.. assignor.) 

Coughlln, D., Fall River. Mass. Heater for steam-boilers 

Courtney. J. P., Brooklyn. N. Y. Pin for jewelry ornamenU 

Couso. v. P., Wesifleld, Mass. Whip 

Coutant, F. J., New York, N. Y. Fountain hand-stamp 

Covel. E. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gas- regulator (Kxtension) . . 

Same » Hydrocarbon-vapor apparatus (Kxtension) . . 

Same ... A pparatus for charging air or gas with hydrocarbon vapors ..( Reissue) . . 

Covell, A.C.,New York, N. Y. Device for teaching drawing 

Covell, E. T. {See Monger, A. S., as.signor.) 

Covert. E., Farmer Village, N. Y. Harness-fastening 

Same Hames-lastening 

Same Harness 

Covert, J. ('., Farmer Village, N. Y. Snap-hook 

Covert, L. B.. Detroit. Mich. Extension step-ladder 

Covey, S., and O. A. Slafter, McHenry, 111. Wash-boiler 

Cowan, R., Bloomfleld, 111. Combined corn-planter and seetlcr 

Cowell, A., Kidderminster, England. Carpet (Design).. 

Cowell, J. J., Newark, N. J. Saah-balance 

Cowell. R. A., Cleveland. Ohio. Car-mover 

Cowell, W. G., Wallingford, Conn. Oilcan. 

CowelL W. H., Columbus, Ohio. Axle-box and sleeve for verUcal wheels 

Cowl, A. E. {See Barrett, J. C assignor.) 

Cowles, C, & Co. (Sf«Hine,M., assignor.) ^ r- tt ir„«- ^r«or v«,.v ) 

Cowles, E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor by mesne as-iignraent to E. Holmes, New \ ork. } 

N. Y. Mechanical movement for sewing-machines, &c (Reissue.) > 

Cowles, G. B., BHdgeport, Conn. Curtain-fixture 

Same Plumb-l>ob •,•••:,•. W, .ii* * V^ \V 

Cowles, H. D., Montreal, Canada, assignor to self and J. Terry, Ten y ville. Conn. Manu- 

facture of horseshoe-nails 

Same Manufacture of nails 

Cowles, R.. ( Cleveland. Ohio. Watchmaker's lathe 

Cowles, S. F., Coventry, Vt. Milk-cooler 

Cox, A. M. {See Oliver, B. A., assignor.) 

Cox. C, Covington, Ga. Soldering compound - . - - - - - - - 

Cox C A Jetfers^mville, assignor of two-thirds interest to E. M. Ganlner, IVedford, Ind. 

Cox, G., Pierrepont, N. Y. Water-wheel {,''\'- u'ii'y' ' 

Cox! H., Peterborough, Canada. Friction-attachment for securing puUeys to shafts, <S.c. . 



Feb. 11.1873 
S«'pt 2, IK73 

Apr. 8.1873 

Jan. 14, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 

Feb. 11,1 K7:i 
Aug. 12, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Feb. 11, 1H73 
Apr. 15, 1H*3 
Dec. 16,1873 

.\pr. .">, 1873 
Dec. 2;i, 1873 ' 



Monthly 
volume. 



Oflicial 
Qa/.ette. 



Feb. II. 1^*73 

Apr. 1,1 s73 

Apr. l."i. 1873 

Apr. 8, Iri73 

Nov. 18, 1(^73 496 



Feb. 11. 1873 
.Tan. 21. 1873 
Jan. 21, 1H73 
July 8. 1H73 
Dec. 23, lrt73 



Apr. 1.1873 
July 15, 1.-73 
Nov. 4. 1873 
Nov. 4, 1h73 
Nov. 4, 1 873 



Nov. 18. 1873 
Nov. 18. 1873 
Aug. 26, l!;'73 



Doc. 2. 1873 
Dec. 30.1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Sept. 9, 1«73 
May 31, 1873 
May 31. 1873 
June 24, 1873 
May 27, 1873 

July 1.1873 
July 1,1 ?73 
Aug. 12. 1873 
Sept. :W. 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
May 13. 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Mar. 4, iH73 
Jnlv 29, 1873 
Oct. 21, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 



July 8,1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
May 13, 1873 

Apr. 1.5,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Feb. 25,1873 

May 27, 1873^^ 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
June 10, 1873 



233 
103 



54.'. 
706 

290 
266 



2:11 

2«>0 

506 
477 



734 240 



681 



368 

4.53 
300 



(, 168 

I 169 



169 
169 
2-Jc 



3 1.58 

4 ! 251 



79 

3 220 

I 
I 

3 162 

4 164 



74 3 158 

3 162 

3 168 

3 422 

4 (;4d 



3 3-25 

4 Can 



3 162 
3 358 



4 541 




3 ' .585 



3 



I 'A 



3 47 



49 



3 418 

4 620 
3 42 
3 225 

3 I 541 

176 3 , 427 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphabelieal I'ul of patenUet for tkt gtar 1(473— Contioned. 



No. N»nie,TOild*Dop,M)dliiTeDlloii. 


Uato. 


¥rs 


QOtM 


i 




\i\l 




KJ'IIS 


It 


m 


, n., 






„!>.,! ?"■»*■■. ',»WM-3«E"i.. ....,..., „. .-., ..._ 







ollsnil, BiTDiingbam. EiigUniL Mannfaoturo of n 



>. Mnde oT alUchinic piti 



130,106 



I, W.M., BlBDketUlll.Pa. I>eTic« 



of altuhinE pltiuen to alokle-biin Jun. 

'ille, N.C. Cotlnn-plMiter July 



SHnervlIlK, UsH. MwhiiieforpreuilDgaoleB... 
Covkcnilall.y.Fu'iDLrLEIOTi, 111. Slios-fiHIener . . . 
Cojle,H.B. (Sm (;•"■ — ' ' —• ' 



D W. Batlcrflcli 



Boston, ind C. SenliloD, 



■ee, J., anBlgnor toLeeiloni.ShawfcSMwa: 
T r. Bail'lmore.Mil. Hamntock-iaunga .. 



laaignor) .,..-. (Relune) 



no 2(9 3 



138,701 
131,856 



137. 5B8 
H3,789 

H1,T6T 
H3,748 

138," 7» 
138,793 
l3H,7il4 



11, Ohio. I 

s. Il,.e((ilL (jJnSioltii.A.C.. ualgD 

\V.,Seinirk,N.J.,»nd ILL.B«™ 



Klogg CoaDty, "S. Y. Fr«unr 

' nii^K^ uVhVnpw TmkVNrYr wiste-Vrip for wMh-bista^ 

i.T.iik.U, Unaey (;ri>i>k, Ulnn. FMdine.Oeviceformiildliogs.puri Sera 

t;jjnJiT., K«in»>City, Mo. HaiMuHiDg 

Crslnc, G.. and J. W. Blou. FalrRslil, Iowa. EloTated oven-atuchijient for i 

(■ram. A.W., Lilchflel<l,lll. Stann water-elevator and l^JMlor 

Same Rallway-ei'lt ch 

Crm.A.W., Saint Look Mo. Lock for eliillng doors 

Crain,A. ■V7..LiUbaeld,Ill. Spark-arreiitsr 



r.,J*rBeTCilr.J[.J. 

,W.H. (SMBoB«rt, _ .. 

d.E.H.,Chic«tfo,I11. Pel 



CrBndalI,B,P.,Jr.,ai 



. Detroit. Micb. Cigar.trli 

ifaaU uiacblne for dnlning augur. . . 
ALowla) 

'\V. TiiiddyrWilliBmBbniisb ,* S.' Y." Combitied 'roci 



Crandall, 'i. A 

a:::::: 

Cfandal],J.W 


























, aaiiguur ta aelf aud W. Hg1>D««, Uomi' 




Comer-Eutcnl 


g for 



CrandalLN.. Wooatrr.Ohio. Wagon.Jaik 

Cniodall, W. J, C, Si™le'*.Tnd. Corn. planter 

Crandell, W. W»8lHeld, K, Y. K«il way -rail Joint 

Crane,A.J., WBl*rburY,VU Mrat^innlier 

Crane.A.J.,andll.J. aadkT.Caniliridgp.Tt; Ullk-eootrr 

Crane. C. &. and W. H. LaTlnia.Clii>'aKD, 111. Screw.ouMIni maeblne. . 
Crane, D.. aaaiinor lo self and C A. Lee. »aginav, Micli. Fmll-crate . . 
Crane. K B. iSa Bnbcock, Leonard i. Crane.) 

Crane. £.W..I{oM^lle, M.J. Heatlngfamace 

Crane, F. (X« Aikin &SEaiie,aailgiioia) 

Crane, G.R.,PBine«Yille.Oblo. Valvo 

Craue,J.S..((ai. (Sit Ynnne.C.n..ai>dgnor.) 
" L.,<IaI. (&« CrowolL L. C.. aaalgnor.) 

U. O., Newlon. Uaai. TTrtooli 

W. a.. Kome, tia. Faatenlne fur oofflna 

W. W., Aobum, S. y. Sectional ateam-generator 



m poKortoalreeCnlliniy.oai 

Ing device 'for cardlug.marbi'i 

b,, Amateiilani, N.Y, Paiwr.boi faalanlDic 

. J. H., NoTwicb, Coon. Slotting and key.eeat niacblne 

ior'toC. Potier,' jr!,'Kow 



jmpnaad at 

Craner, a W., Darby, Pa. W 
Crannier. W. C.. tl ^._ (SffVi 



,KT. Uechanlcal 



Craren,J.J.,JarW¥ City, ».J. Itcvlce foraecurinB man.lmlecoTere 

Cravan, T. C., Nortliampton, Uaaa., aulguor (o B. H. Jenka, Pblladelpbii, Pa. Cotbtn.giu 



Sept. R.lt 

Feb. t'.lt 
May SO. le 



May 13. IS 
May 13. 18 

May 13. 18 



Not. 11. 1873 
'aiL H,1873 
)ct SW,lli73 



ilwn.N.Y. Machine for making met 
■"■- ITJ. Proparlug blood for] 



;ravru,W.D.,J..__, 

;rawfard.R.R.. Wylbe<-ille.y& Gi 
rregler " " '"•' '" = 



J. R., Boalon, Uaaa., aa^gnoc of one-balf intereat to 



1. ftmakinK 
...(Keiaaue) 



. Aug. S,l' 
. Sept. 31). II 





106 


























41t< 












tiUM 




3J6 


>'« 


m 




m 


3439 






15 


* 


Z 


m 



42 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



JJphahetical list of patentees for the year 1&7Z — Cout'mued. 



138, 617 

142,680 

143,559 
142, 209 
142, 002 

136,037 
136,489 

141,330 



141,493 
139, 456 

144, 067 
135, 266 
137, 829 
137, 294 

139, 874 
5. 673 

142,560 

145, 337 
137, 062 

140, 681 

143, 124 

140, 476 
140, 894 

141, 768 

142, 441 

141, 494 
139, 550 
144, 958 

5,428 
5,429 

142, 774 



136,038 
141,022 
141,427 

137, 182 
5,448 

140, 018 
145,726 
145, 155 

144, 959 

140, 477 

140, 478 
142,992 

139, 661 

141, 037 

141,856 
5,377 

136,819 
142.993 
6,368 
142, 149 
139, 705 
139, 706 
141,038 
134, 522 



5,692 
136,039 
145, 281 
140,682 
142, 085 



140, 349 
143,224 



139,875 
144,320 



Name, reeidence, and inveDtion. 



Date. 



Crippen, H. M., Bartlett, assignor of one-half interest to J. C. Wilson, Plyraonth, Ohio. 

S waging-machine 

Crippen, I. A., assignor of one-half interest to S. Lowder, Philadelphia, Pa. Lifting- 



jack 
Crisp, J. K., Charlestown, Mass. Rotary engine . 



Crist. J., Tiffin, Ohio. Car-coupling * -. 

('riswell, J. A., Mifflintown, Pa. Cegislative voting-apparatus 

Criswell, J. T. (See Coat«« & Criswell.) 

Critchlow, T., Baldwin, Pa. Manner of punching bolt-holes in steel railway-rails 

Same Hydraulic valve 

Crites. W. F. (See Blaisse & Crites.) 

Crittenden, J. H., Fall Kiver, Moss. Method of coating and ornamenting Trails and 
ceiliuirs , 



igg 
id( 



Crittenden, L. C , et at. (See Hume, G. H., assignor.) 

Crocker, G. D. , San Francisco, Cal. Stamp for crushing ores 

Crocker, J. I)., Norwich, Conn. Friction-clutch pulley 

Cnwker, L. C, Hopedale, Mass. Spindle 

Crocker, R., Marshalltown, Iowa. Leather-cutting machine ". . 

Crocker, S., Port Allen, Iowa. Cloth-measuring register 

Crockett, E.. Macon, Ga. Horse-power 

Crockett, S. J., Boston, Mass. Reed-organ 

Croft, E., Waterbury, Conn. Machine for threading screw-blanks Cl^'ssu©) . . 

Same same .^ 

Croft, S., executor. {See Liebrich, C.) .* (Reissue.) 

Crofntt, G. A., New York, N. Y. Eye and lunc protector 

Croghan, J., Chicago. 111. Combined chair, table, and lounge 

Croehan, P . Cockeysville, Md. Method of splitting stone 

Croissant, E. (^m Bertonnaire, L. M. F., assignor.) 

Cromer, F., Galveston, Tex. Cotton-bale tie 

Crompton, G. (See Duckworth, J. C, assignor.) 

Cromj)tOB. G., Worcester, Mass. Loom-shedding mechanism 

Same Loom 

Same Loom-shedding mechanism 

Same Shuttle-box mechanism 

Crompton, W., et al. {See Brnbaker, A. M., assignor.) 

Crone, W., Galveston, Tex. Cotton-bale tie 

Croniu, M., Washington, D. C. Compound hose-pipe 

Same Fireman's ladder 

Crook, C, New Hope, Pa., assignor to M. G. Hubbard. Harvester (Reissue) . . 

Same same ( Keissue) . . 

Crooke, J. J., Southfield, and L. Crooke, New York, N. Y. Machine for forgiug solid- 
belted hinge-pivots 

Crooke, L. (See Crooke, J. J. & L.) 

Crookor, H. D., Chester, Pa. Clothes- washer 

Crookes, J., assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Branch, Saint Louis, Mo. Saw 

Same Removable saw-t«eth 

Crooley, A. (See Van Wert & Crooley.) 

Cropper, T. E., Suffolk, Ta. Measuring- funnel 

CroHby, C. O., and H. Kellogj^, Ikfilford, assignors to Elm City Company, New Haven, ? 

Conn. Machine for producing folded trimmings (Reissue.) > 

Crosby, G. H., East Somerville, Mass. Registering steam-gauge 

Same Pressure-gange 

Crosby, J. E., New York, N. Y. Mucilage-cup *. 

Crosby, L. M. (See Cameron, E. G., assignor.) 

Crosby, L. M.. and E. G.Cameron, said Cameron assignor to said Crosby, Ashtabula, 

Ohio. Bed-Dottom 

Cross, A. T., Providence, R. I. Pencil-case 

Same Pen -holder 

Cross, C. G., Chicago, 111. Drill for boring artesian wells 

Cross, D. (See Weatcott, N., assignor.) 
Cross, D. W. (See Cooke & Cross.) 

Cross, G. J., Greenwich, England. Wheel for vehicles 

Cross, J. E., assignor to Illinois Mannfacturiug Company, Adrian, Mich. Deck-sanh or 

ventilator-opener for railwaj'-cors - 

.Cross, J. E., Adrian, Mich. Car-lamp 

Cross, J. R., New York, N. Y., assignor to self and A. J. Bastine. Process of transfer- 
ring the grain-marks of wood (Reissue) . . 

Cross, L. D., Phelps, N. Y. Gauge for setting carriage axle-trees 

Cross, T.H., East Boston. Mass. Car-coupling 

Cross, W. T., Kewanee, III. Monument (Design) . . 

Crossland, H. S.. Dresden, Tex. Weeding-hoo 

Crossley, T., Bridgeport, Conn. Printing and dyeing fabrics 

Same Printed pile carpets 

Same Cleaning wool of burrs, &c 

Grossman, C. P., assignor of half- interest to F. Bemis, West Warren, Mass. Fire-proof 



paint 
Grossman, E. (See Lalor, T., assignor.) 

Grossman, M., and P. A. Spicer, Marshall, Mich. Windmill (Reissue) . 

Crosthwait, G. D., Muri'reesboroogh, Tenn. Car-coupling 

Crouch, F. J., San Jos6, Cal. Steam and air engine 

Cronghton, G., Worcester, Mass. Loom-shedding mechanism 

Cronghwell, E., A, Tillman, and E. L. Vanderburg, San Francisco, Cal. Harness-attach- 



ments. 



Crow, J. R. (See Martindale, H., assignor.) 

Crowe, G. W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Railway-car brake 

Croweil, A. F., Hyannis, Mass., assignor to G. H. Clarke, Brooklyn, N. Y. Grat«-bar. . 
Crowell, C. L., and R. Smith, deceased, by W. Loucks, executor, Peoria, HI. Machine 

for upsetting tires (Extension ) . 

Crowell. J. H., assignor by mesne assignment to J. & J. H. Kendrick, and J. H. Crowell, 

Providence, R. L He<lclle-eye opener - - - - 

Crowell, J. H., assignor to self and J. & J. IL Kendrick, Providence, R. I. Machine for 

making weavers' namess 



May 6,1873 

Sept 9,1873 
Sept 9,1673 
Aug. 26. 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Fob. 18,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 



July 29, 1873 



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Juno 

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Jan. 

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Dec. 

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5,1873 

3,1873 
28, 1873 
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15, 1873 

1, 1873 
17, 1853 

2,187.'; 

9, 1873 



Dec. 9, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
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July 1.1873 
July 15, 1873 
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Sept 2,1873 

Aug. 5,1873 
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Nov. 25, 1873 
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Mar. 25, 
June 17, 
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Nov. 25, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
Jnlv 1,1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 



June 10, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



Apr. 29, 
Mar. 18, 
Sept 23, 
Jan. 28, 
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June 10, 
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1873 

lerj 

1873 
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Jan. 7, 1873 

Dec. 2,3, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Dec. 9,1873 
July 8,1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 

July 1,1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 

May 17,1873 

June 17, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 



cc 



130 

321 
220 
744 
542 

596 
119 



927 

77 

10 
642 
726 
507 

13 
411 
208 
223 

273 
647 
303 

706 

113 
4rt9 
326 
105 

77 

91 

684 

909 

910 

413 

597 

716 

IG 

755 
613 
5-29 
630 
108 



686 
114 
114 
599 



203 

642 
413 

1,110 
432 
600 



694 
251 
252 
642 

19 

803 
598 
222 
304 

639 

15 
792 






42 

107 

72 

245 

179 

196 
39 



24 
3 
211 
2r« 
158 
4 
128 
71 
72,73 



242 

38 
165 
107 

34 

24 

31 

231 

293 

293 

139 



250 



232 
.39 
39 

2U3 



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4 
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4 

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3 
4 
3 
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215 3 
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4 
4 
4 

4 

3 
4 
3 
3 



190 3 

238 4 

4 4 



168 i 3 

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{207 5 

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4 

4 

4 
4 



412 
123 



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351 
143 
204 



228 



263 

196 

75 

102 

210 

4 

273 



129 
41 



4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 



4 
4 

3 

3 

4 



9 

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508 

2?d 
272 
222 
196 

200 
255 



119 

141 
609 
461 
106 
422 
3.W 
663 
602 
272 

620 

327 

44 

332 

17 

67 

170 

251 

141 
616 
5f>8 
602 
602 

298 

200 

95 

136 

335 
6&2 
675 
672 
591 



5C8 
17 
17 

323 



641 

89 
186 

488 
2i)8 
323 
100 
218 
645 
645 
89 



686 

200 

616 

44 



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9 
355 

27 

665 

488 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



43 



Alpkahetical list of patentees for the ycdr 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



145,282 

134, 73C 

137,533 

139.238 
143, 674 
141,428 

i:i5,971 

135, 410 
140, 350 
144,260 
140, 479 

139, 119 
134. 858 

142, 003 
143, 439 

6,649 
6, 962 
146,049 
146,047 
146, 048 
141,3.31 

138, 382 

143. 066 
143, 277 
144, 321 

130, 1.39 
142, 150 

136, 490 

135,695 
142, 0O4 

139, 046 
137,830 

134, 645 

131, 646 

135,468 

6,972 

135,207 



145, 558 

135,267 
144, 891 

143. 405 
i:W, 135 
141,261 

140,118 
137, 183 

14.'»,488 
139, 457 

144, 388 

137,6.'i9 
138, 008 

139, 707 
139.946 
138, 485 
141,205 

146, 050 



136, 216 
137,5*4 

5,677 

139.947 

1:J8, 318 

5.250 

5,251 

5.443 
138, 383 
142, 151 



144,261 



Name, rebulence, aDd inventioD. 



Crowoll, J. H., assignor to the Kendrick Loom-Harness Company, Providence, R I. 
Machine for making weavers' harness *. 

Crowell, L. C, Boston, Mass., assignor of three-fourths interest to E. and N. Pilliugham. 
Heel-stitfenor .1 

Crowell, L. C, assignor tct J. Smith, Boston, and L. Crane, CambHdge, Mass. Method 
of constructing paper bags 

Crowell, L. C, Boston. Mass. Heel-sliffener 

Same Paper-bag machine .' 

Crowley, J., assignor of one-half interest to W. C. Leybum, Sparta, Wis. Thrashing- 
machine -. *. . . 

Crowley, J. J., Whistler. Ala. Car-ventilator ..... ...i...... ...................... ...... 

Crowley, T. L., Parker Township. Pa. Reversing link-motion engine 

Crowther, W. B. . Philadelpfi ia. Pa. Funnel 

Crozier. A. H., New York. N. Y. Car-starter 

Crura, G.C., Barr's Store, 111. Automatic gate 

Crum, J. S. {See Hulse Sc Cram.) 



Crum, J. S., Palmyra. 111. Pruningknife 
Crumb, W. K.. Buffalo. N. Y. Inhaler . . . 



Crumble, A., Brooklyn. N. Y. Keel for ovens 

Crumlish, H., Buffalo, N. Y. Mode of operating bellows of furnaces 

Crump, C. H., Boston, Ma.sa. Bolster for knives or forks (Design).. 

Crump, C. H.. assignor to W. E. Baker, Boston, Mass. Grape-arbor (Design) . . 

Crump, E., Waterloo. Wis. Windmill 

Crump, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Safe and vault 

Same same 

('nimp, S. H., Heading. Pa. Corpse-cooler 

Crum j>ton, J. C., Allecheny City, Pa. Composition for kindling fires 

Same Fire-kiudler 

Same same 

Crutcher, S., Little Mount, Ky. Cultivator 

Crystal Glass Company. (See Bennett, Krebs & Haley, assignors.) 

Cubberley, G. B., Milwaukee. Wis. Blacksmith' s hammer 

Cubberley, H. S., and D. Mann, Bloomington. 111. Hallway water-crane 

Cuddy, J., assignor to self and E. A. Kitzmiller. Pittsburgh, and J. J. McDcrmott, 

Allegheny, l*a. Process of treating and drying cigars 

Cuff, J., Emery, Ohio. Land-marker 

Ciilbertaon, W. C, Girard/^*a. Pump-piston 

Cullen, J., Oxford, Miss. Railway-switch signal 

Cullen. T., Blackstone. Mass. Dcnctailing-machine 

Cullinga. P. V. W. {See Zeh, Livingston & Cullings.) 

Culmer, J. W., assignor of three-fourths interest to G. B. Edwards and A. Howard, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Railway-car spring 

Same same : 

Culp, J. D., Gilroy. Cal. Curing tobacco .....!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Culter, R. A., and D. C. Proctor, Peoria, III. Stove (Desiirn) . 

Culver, C. P., e< al. («^e<^ Teed, T., assignor.) 

Culver, J. C, assignor of one-fourth interest to J. G. Pettie, Cleveland, Ohio. Rotary 

engine 

Culver. J. D. (^Vef Detrick Jc Culvor.) 

Culver, O. E., and L. E. Moaelev, Ewgle Bridge, N. Y. Wash boiler 

Cumberland, J. {Se£ McClintock <fc Cumberland) (Reissue.) 

Cumiugs, D. M., Newbury port, Mass. Botlle./»topper 

Cumming, D.,jr., Jersey City, N.J. Device for wetting giindstones 

Cummings. G. B., Cambridge. Mass. Railway time-signal 

Cummings, G. W., lYanklin. Pa. Fire-place back 

Curamings. G. W.. assignor of one half interest to D. W. Hazeltine. Conneaut, Ohio. 

Rotary engine 

Cummings, J., We.at Charleston, Vt. Mill-pick !.!!!!!!.!]!.!!!!!!..'!.!!!!'.! 

Cummings. P. D.. Portland. Me., assignor tr» The Shoe Machinery Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Conn. Machine for skiving and splitting leather 

Cummings, P. D., Portland, Me. Grinding-machine 

Cummings, P. 1)., M. Smith, and J. C. Jordan, said (Jummiugs assignor to said Smith <k 

Jordan. Portland, Me. Machine for cutting matches 

Cummings, P. M., Lyons, Iowa. Head-block .*...'.*.'.*.*.'. 

Cuningham, J. (5t?e Tester, A., assignor ) 

Cunningham, D.. Dundee. Scotland. Construction of breakwaters 

Cunningham, J.. Rochester. X. Y. Carriage-door 1 

Cunningham, J. L. {See Walton & ( 'Unningbam.) 

Cunningham, J. M., Mount Morris, 111. Medical compound for liver diseases 

Cunningham, R , Chicago, 111. Device for making water-traps ! 

Curless, J. M., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. E.xca valor 

Same Baggage-check '....'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'".'. 

Curran, E.,ef al. {See Scott «fe Hiltz. asnignnrs.) 

Curran, J. H., Rochester, N. Y.. assignor of one-half interest to T. B. Johnson, Seneca 

Falls, N.Y. Sharpening-machine 

Curran. P., ef ai. (i»?e Scott & Hiltz, assignors ) 

Cunent. H. A.. Clarksville, Tenn. Sawing machine 

Currie, C. S., asHignor of one-half interest to J. Dillej*, Caldwell, Ohio. Railway-gate! . . . 

Currier. J. A. {See Rockwell. L. A., assigniir.) 

Curtis, A., Bastrop, La. Mo<le of ctmstructing wells (Reissue) 

Same same 

Curtis, C. M., Philadelphia, Pa. Dental engine [ ......... 

Curtis. D.. Sun Prairie, \V is. Lining for woo<leu horse-collars, &c (Reissue) '. '. 

Curtis, D., Sun Prairie, Wis., assijiuor of onehalf interest to H. Oilman and G. H. Rich- 
ards. Lining for horse-collar cap and harness (Rtnssue) . . 

Same name (Reissue) . 

Curt is. I).. Sun Prairie, Wis. Horse-collar lining 

Curtis, E. T., Calumet. Mich. Arithmetical frame 

Curtis. F. (>SV« Bingham. A., assignor.) 

Same {See Chase, C. M.. assignor. ) 

Same {See Smith, S. C, assignor.) 

Same {Se^ Truesdell & Curtis.) 

Curtis, G.,Ogdensburgh, N.Y. Water-wheel 

(Curtis, H.G. (A'ce Taylor, A., assignor.) 
Curtis, J. (See Ash, A. D., assignor.) 



Date. 



Dec. 9, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 

Apr. 8,1873 
May 27. 1873 
Oct 14,1873 

Aug. 5,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
July 1.1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
July 1,1873 



May 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

May 

(Jet 

Doc. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

July 

Apr. 

Sept 

Sept 

Nov. 



20,1873 
14, 1873 
19. 1873 

7, 1873 
13, 1873 
21, 1873 
30,1873 
30, 1873 
30, 1873 
29, 1873 
29,1873 
23,1873 
30, 1^73 

4, 1873 



Feb. 25,1873 
Aug. 26, 1B73 

Mar. 4,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
May 20,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 



Jan. 7, 1873 

Jan. 7. 18r.J 

Feb. 4, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 



Jan. 28, 1673 

Dec. 16,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

July 29, 1873 
June 24, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

June 3, 187») 
Nov. 11, 1873 



Apr. 8, 1873 
Apr. 22,1873 

June 10, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
May 6, 1873 
July 29, 1873 



Dec. 30,1873 

Feb. 25, ISTJ 
Apr. 8, 1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 



Nov. 4, 18TJ 



Monthly 


Official 


volume. 


Gazette. 


• 


bb 


• 


• 

5i. 


I. 


'u 


-o 


c8 


223 


p 


> 
4 


(ll 


76 


616 


231 


74 


3 


39 


239 


73 


3 


388 


721 


227 


3 


587 


250 


84 


4 


409 


17 


4 


4 


136 


539 


178 


3 


196 


16 


5 


3 


129 


15 


5 


4 


9 


78 


25 


4 


484 


115 


39 


4 


17 


596 


187 


3 


569 


3:J6 


107 


3 


47 


544 


180 


4 


196 


37 


13 


4 


.384 






3 


.•>27 






4 i 425 


934 


301 


4 


707 


931 


301 


4 


707 


933 


301 


4 


707 


927 


302 


4 


119 


1,034 




3 


483 


662 


227 


4 


328 


837 


288 


4 


359 


124 


41 


4 


488 


707 


228 


3 


220 


695 


22;» 


4 


218 


120 




3 


255 


292 


92 


3 


162 


545 


180 


4 


196 


522 


165 


3 


563 


508 


159 


3 


422 


138 


44 


3 


17 


1.38 


44 


3 


17 


70 




3 


133 






4 


478 


669 


216 


3 


102 


477 


156 


4 


648 


727 


232 


3 


106 


631 


215 


4 


.563 


6 


2,3 


4 ; 381 


787 


251 


3 


4,'>5 


864 


282 


4 


114 


642 


202 


3 


692 


756 


250 


3 


335 


408 


134 


4 


642 


11 


3,4 


3 


610 


191 


65 


4 


506 


346 


107 


3 


397 


675 


214 


3 


446 


2.'S3 




3 


645 


472 


148 


3 


670 


16 


6 


3 


499 


810 


265 


4 


no 


935 


301 


4 


^707 


765 


247 


3 


225 


241 


74 


3 


388 


390 


128 


4 


629 


473 


149 


3 


670 


983 


309 


3 478 


646 


210 


3 


87 


647 


210 


3 


87 


382 


119 


.3 


(i.V> 


1,034 


:r26 


3 


4K» 


695 


229 


4 


218 


78 


25 


4 


484 



44 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alpliahetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



144, 514 
136,308 

143,334 



143, 749 

140, 480 
145,096 

146. 051 
140,250 
144,660 
13tf,077 

141,332 
142,442 

138, 618 

143,335 

136.903 
136, 974 
14H, 336 
5,449 
135,411 
136, 973 
144. 661 
135.782 
136,367 
145, 156 
139. 372 
140, 119 
139. 876 
143, 396 
143, 406 
140.683 
144,960 
139,497 



134, 788 
144. 662 
145,338 
136, 217 
135,696 

139, 120 

5,684 

136, 708 
146, 052 

136. 420 
140, 481 

140.210 
139. 877 
I'M, 878 

135, 697 

139,298 

139. 047 
139. 879 
144, 322 
141.123 
137, 295 

141.206 
135.633 
136,904 

137, 763 
138,136 

141,207 

136, 421 
142, 152 

136.905 
143. S^S 
140, 231 
141,633 
134,737 



137, 599 

144, 389 

145, 727 



Name, residence, and inveotiou. 



Date. 



Cnrtia, J., Ciocinuati. Ohio. Carriase-apring 

Curtis, M. A.. San tYaucisco, Cal. Medical compound or ointment 

Curtis, S. {See Zimmer. J., aaaignor.) 

Curtis, S., New York, N. Y. Caster 

Curtiss, E., et al {Sm Ca{)ewell, G. J., assignor.) , 

Curtiss, E. P. (Sfe Shipherd & Curtis.) 

Curtiss, G. G., Kochcater, N. Y. Washing-macbine 

Curtiss, J. S. iHee Curtiss, T. A. Sc J. S.) 

Curtiss, M. S., Bradford, 111. Gang-plow 

Curtiss, T. A., Springfield, Mass., and J. S. Curtiss, Hartfurd, Conn. Liquid-nieter 

Curtiss. T. M., et cU. {See Briggs, L. W., assignor.) 

Curtner. I., assignor to C. A. Gump and E. S. Forgy, Dayton, Ohio. Stone-tool 

Cusenbary, J. D., and J. A. Mars, San Francisco, Cal. Ore stamp feeder 

Cusbing, C. H., Tidioute, Pa. Apparatus for burning hydrocarbons 

Qushing, E. G., Oswego, N. Y. Combined stop-cock, check- valve, and blow-off 

Cushmau, A. II. {See Wageoner, G. W., assignor.) 

Cuabman, C. S., assignor to N. D. Stoops, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine 

Same same 

Cnshman, H. S. {See Wells & Cuahman.) 

Custer, G., Monroe, Mich. Horseshoe^calk 

Cntcheon, S. M., et al. {See McCoy, £., assignor.) 

Cutcliffe, E., East Bethany. N. Y. Subsoil-attachment for plows 

Cuthbei-t, J. O., et Ml, {See Bisbing &, McCune. assignors.) 

Cuthbert, W. M., Oil Citv, Pa. Sewing-machine table 

Cutler, S., assignor to setr and H. McConnell. Cincinnati. Ohio. Door-spring 

Cutler, T. O., Jersey City, N. J. Quartz-mill 

CuUer. W. H., Buflalo, N. Y. Inhaler (Reissue).. 

Same same 

Same Medicine-case 

Cutter, E.jWobum, Mass. llynodermic syringe 

Cutter, J..D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Case for exhibiting spools 

Cutting, L., San Francisco, Cal. Soldering-tool 

S^e same 

Cyrani, A., and C. Reinhardt, Brooklyn. N. Y. Druggist's scales 

Czamiecki, E., Allegheny, Pa. Nut-lock 

Daboll, A. P., New Lontfon, Conn. Bit-stock 

Daddow, S. H.. Saint Clair, Pa. Squib for blasting 

Daffin, T.J assignor to self and W. Baldwin, Philadelphia, Pa. Die for forging hammers 

Daguir, J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Mechanical movement 

Dahl, A.K.,FoxLake. Wis. Plow 

Dahmer, P.G., New York, N. Y. Washing-machine 

Dainty, A. J., administratrix. {See Howard & Dainty.) 
Dainty, J. {See Howard & Dainty.) 

Dake, D. W., Chicago, HI. Butter-worker 

Dake, D. W., Beloit, Wis. Butter-worker 

Same same 

Dake, H. M., Nnnda, N. Y. Portable fence 

Dakiu, A. C, Clinton^ass. Flower-stand 

Dale. H. {See Stein, H., assignor.) 

Dale. J. P., Battle Creek, assignor to self and D. E. Doane, Ann Arbor, Mich. Milk- 



safe 



Dale, W.. New York, N. Y., assignor of two-thirds interest to W. S. O'Brien. Illuminat- 
ing vault-cover (Reissue) . . 

Dale, AY. P., Agricultural College, Pa. Cultivator .--.-. 

Dallemagne, A. J., and L. Trlboulet, Paris, France. Photographic monocular glasses . . . . 
Dalton, P. W. {See McNeU & Dalton. ) 

Dalton. P. W., Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for rendering tallow, &c 

Daly, W. F., assignor of one-half interest to E. D. Olin, Peru, Ind. Device for locking a 

series of drawers 

Same Table- hinge 

Damo. A. A., Titusville, Pa. Flange-unions 

Same Combiue<l stop ana check valve 

Dame, L., Newburyport, Mass. Device for converting circular into reciprocating motion . 

Damon, Thomas ana Lewis. {See Hall, I., assignor) 

Dan forth, D. A., and F. M. Winchester, Elkhart, Ind. Cai-d-rack 

Dauforth, H. S. {See Murphy, T. G., assignor.) 

Danforth. J. I , Newburyport, Mass. Stove-iwlish 

Same same 

Same Meat-press 

Daniels, D., Park's Corners. HI. Last-block holder 

Daniels, D. G., Pittsburgh, Pa, Car-spring • ••••.-••:•• 

Daniels, J. {See Lathrop, B. L., assignor) ^. .... . . (Design.) 

Daniels, J. F., Boston, Mass., and J. H. Hubbard, Stanetead, Canada. Wood-grinder 

Daniels, L. S., Foxborough, Mass. Steam-radiator 

Daniels, P., Jackson City. Mich. Artificial stone -- ;----• 

Daniels, R., Woodstock, Vt. Straw-cutter (Extension) . . 

Daniels, W. H., Bryan. Ohio. Scythe-rifle 

Same Device for holding cutter-bars in grinding 

Danks, F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Puddlers' ball-squeezer 

Danks, S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Lining rotary puddling-furnaces 

Same Rotary paddling, melting, and heating furnaces 

Danner, J., Canton, Ohio. Sleeping-car (Extension).. 

Same Hat and coat hook 

Same Revolving shelf 

Darby. H. C, Wyandotte, Kans. Locomotive fire-box crown 

Darby, T., Duncan, HI. Hog-trap 

Darby, J. F.. Nebraska City. Nebr. ScatTold 

Darling. A. B. {See Massey & Darling.) 

Same {See Massey, G. B., assignor.) 

Darling. E. N. {See Reigart, J. F., assignor.) 

Darling. F. A., FayettevUle, N. Y. Addresaing-machino 

Darling. J., Whistler, Ala. Railway-car truck 

Darling, J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Hoisting-machine 



Nov. 11, 
Feb. 25, 

Sept. 30, 



Oct. 21, 

July 1, 
Dec. 2, 

Dec. 30, 
June 24. 
Nov. 18, 
Apr. 22, 

July 29, 
Sept 2, 

May 6, 

Sept. 30, 

Mar. 18. 
Mar. 18. 
Sept 30, 
June 17, 
Feb. 4, 
Mar. 18, 
Nov. 18, 
Feb. II, 
Mar. 4, 
Dec 2, 
May 27, 
June 24, 
June 17, 
Sept 30. 
Oct 7, 
July 8, 
Nov. 25, 
June 3, 



Jan. 14, 
Nov. 18. 
Dec 9, 
Feb. 25, 
Feb. 11. 



May 20, 

Dec. 16, 
Mar. 11, 
i-^ec. ijU, 

Mar. 4, 

Jaly 1, 
Aug. 26. 
June 17, 
June 17. 
Feb. 11, 



May 27, 

May 20, 
June 17, 
Nov. 4. 
July 22, 
Apr. 1, 

July 29, 
Feb. 11, 
Mar. 18, 
June 1, 
Apr. 15, 
Apr. 22, 

July 29, 

Mar. 4, 

Ang.26, 

Oct 18, 
Mar. 18, 
Oct 21, 
June 24, 
Aug. 12, 
Jan. 14, 



873 
873 



873 

8rj 

873 
873 
873 
873 

873 
873 



873 

873 
873 
87:J 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 

sr.i 

873 

873 

873 

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873 
873 
873 



873 
873 
873 
8TJ 
873 



873 

873 
8TJ 
873 

873 

873 
873 
873 
873 
873 



873 

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873 
873 
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873 
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873 
873 
873 

873 

873 

873 

873 
873 

873 
873 
873 

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Apr. 8,18TJ 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Dec 23, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



I 



293 

845 



873 886 



873 347 



115 
52 

936 
750 
428 
742 

928 
108 



873 131 



499 
557 
888 
617 

17 
557 
429 
362 

12 
108 
828 
643 
413 
945 
9 
305 
687 

49 



596 

609 
324 
937 

57 

116 
745 
414 
415 
293 



774 

523 
416 
124 
716 
14 

810 
235 
500 



U 



99 



303 



116 

39 
17 

302 
237 
144 
235 

303 
35 

43 



887 303 



165 
185 
3U4 
194 

5 
185 
145 
117 

5 
36 
265 
202 
129 
320 

3 

103 

4232 

15 



975 : no 

429 145 

274 92 

766 I 247 

293 92 



187 

199 
107 
302 

90 

40 
245 
129 
129 

93 



945 



41 

238 

5 

265 
74 



452 

787 

811 
58 ' 
696 i|^ 



141 

951 

(265 

^266 



501 
466 
75a 
212 
232 



996 
192 
632 



166 

156 

237 

67 

74 



91 

66 

907 



OiBcial 
Gazette. 



o 
> 



u 



4 \ 514 

3 I 231 

4 363 



4 i 496 



4 


18 


4 


589 


4 


708 


3 


701 


4 


.■i36 


3 


451 


4 


120 


4 


251 


3 


508 


4 


363 


3 


303 


3 


308 


4 


363 


3 


682 


3 


129 


3 


308 


4 


536 


3 


168 


3 


246 


4 


594 


3 


596 


3 


692 


3 


665 


4 


367 


4 


381 


4 


44 


4 


568 


3 


613 


3 


42 


4 


536 


4 


620 


3 


225 


3 


163 



569 



4 


659 


3 


280 


4 


708 


3 


950 


4 


18 


4 


929 


3 


665 


3 


665 


3 


163 


3 


597 


3 


591 


3 


563 


3 


665 


4 


488 


4 


95 


3 


358 


4 


110 


3 


158 


3 


303 


3 


662 


3 


418 


3 


4iV5 


4 


110 


3 


250 


4 


218 


4 


400 


3 


304 


4 


436 


3 


701 


4 


160 


3 


39 


3 


392 


4 


506 


4 


673 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873, 
Jlpiaielioal lUt of patenUei for t]\e ytar 1873— Coutinaed. 



45 



143, 9M 
HS,S67 



137, e«o 
5.350 



137,631 

ia3,69» 

138,97! 



■ling, R„Proviclpn™.RI. Window .*. 

■nsiaedt, C., Mpriden.Cnnn. ToHei-rsck and boot-jack combined 

— .-oiir, L.,a»slEaor to«elf and J.MoriMW«,Wor(jeiler,M»«. Mateh-aafe 

DariBKb, C, tt oL IStt Prllchard. T.. laalgnor.) 

')BmU.A.M.,aa«lgiior of one-batf lutereat to T. Morfleet, WMbint{t«D,D.C. Tronk- 

larrow.iF'. K,' and U. E. ^ai t,' Bockfort,' Mau. Beel-iliffeniDE for biiutB and aboea 

laSllv»,KA.C.. NewTorli,N.Y. Animal-trap 

latioliy. J. P.F., Brooklyn, N.r. Apparatua for ahiai]lugceaa-i>oola,alnka, d^c 

laughertj, I„ Rocky Station. Va. Fly-proteclor 

Uveupart.F.3,.JcrBevvilIe,Ill. Diamonilmlll-Blon* dreaslne-niacbiuD 

lavenporl,!*. J.,and J.H'ard, Albany.N.Y. Pavemflnt »... 

laveiiport. W. R. (Sa Ellioll, Uairidgton i Daveoport.) 

lavidwn, J. H. (Set Cnmpb«ll. C, atuliinoT.) 

Javidaon, M. T.. lirooklj-ii. K. Y. SecUonal aleam-genBralor 

Same Trap for ateam-ptpea 

QBTidMHi. T. L., and H. Winuingliam, Charlwtao, S. C. Saw-^liarpenlog machine 



^1. H., Kowport, Ky. Safoty.valvB 

ja, H. J., Brmiklyn, N, T. Clock pendulu 

DaTi«a, B. J., aaalffiior to J. G- Bounett and . 
printiDEand emboaaing akirta.. -....-- 

Davlea, T.'a., Nf w Yorlf, N. Y. SiBnal.lantei 

SuuB lantern 

Davi(!>a,T.A.,Ne<rYDrk,N.T. Ballway aooi 
Davl™, W. B., Ken York, N, Y. Life.rah... 
Davis. A., Lowell. Man. Dovotailing-macbiu 
Oavia, A. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-sprini ; . 



irBajon,TeE. Windmill... 



w)klyD,X. Y. Machine fi 



te for wiring Mind-rods (ExteDalon). 



Oct 31,1873 . 



t)ct si.ian 



Ang. 5, 1873 
Oct 11,18" 

Sept Kt, le 
Mar. IS, ISJJ 



Davia, D. P., Jwaey City. N. J.. u>igu<^ oT one-lialf inlere. 


to Q.J. Hunter. Rpcording 


Davla,E. (S« I'nie "i Davia.) 

Game {5e< Porter & Davie.) 

Da.ia;E.,aaaignor of naif Inlercat to J. P. Amoltllanoi" 




r.Ind. Waah-Uriler attaoh. 



.__plWa\irtca. ."!\T'.'r'.y."^l?!.'".'".'r,'^!"!'.tir.".'^^ iKeiesue).. 

Davis,F.A. - . !■ . ■. ._i...i . 



d, by S,C, Davis, admi 



DBTia,H., Berlio, 



u. P^aadgnur.) 
pdubt piano-fnrte . 






I., aaaienorto(V L. Dovia, J. A. Wiley, J. M.Stone,G.G.DavlB, J.H.Stone, I 
Davia.^orthAndover,M«»». Looma J 

uavia, a. tJ,, et at. {See CIcavcland, G. D.. aeaienor.) 

I)aTiB,H. B., CaiDilen,N. J. laterforing-attaoliment forborHaboei 

Davla, J. [See Evered, J., aaaignor.) 

Davis, J., Florida. Maas, Waah-boller (Reiaane). 






DaTls,J..SaintPaiil,Mino. Pipn-i 
]>avi»,J.,CbicaEo,I]l, Mup-hef' 
DBvia,J.,andJ.^ 



DavlB,J. H., I 



. ISeit 



ilrong, Pitulon. Pa. Procei 

•roaEh,Yl. Svwing-niachiuc 



Pa. pTDceaa for taDning... 



H McGov 



yie.K.p 



n. P., ae 



. & Davie) 

w Stone, J. it., aaaignor ) 

igo, B. W., assignor.) 



1.. San Franoiaco. Cal. 



Davis, J. H. (5m. 
Uavia,J.H..*(al. 
Davls.J.H. tSee ningo.D, n., 

Davis.J.H.,LivingatonCi>nnty, 

Davis. J. S.. Toledo. Ohio. Harvester 

Davie, J. a, Ithaca. N.Y. Com-planler 

Davia, J. W. (See Lee & Davie.) 

Davla, J.W.. Beno, Ner., aaaignor to self and L, Stranss tc V 
FasleQlng pncket -openings. 

DaTia.L.n:,WeatC£esIer.Pa. WashioB-maibine 

Davis, N. (5«LantiB& Davis.) 

Same IHee Paqorlto. S.. aaaignor.) 

Davis, N. K. (Su Wtndle. G., assignor.) 
Davis, K. (S« Lanadowne, S., aaarEuar.) 
Davis. R.. assignor to self and P- C. Kirk. Lawrence, Maaa. Loom-plcklog atick-cb 

Davis. S.Cadiuinlstratrii. {SesDavtsLE. K) (Kelssu 

Davis SewiDg-Macbine Company. (See Wise. J., assignor.) 

Davia,S.T.,Milleravll)e Pa. Bee-bivo 

Davis, v., assignor to self and i'. A. Davis, ol Stooebam, Unas. Scraping inatmmi 
Davis, W.. Fire Comers, K. T. Hallway enowplow 



Joly 29, 1) 
Apr. 8,1873 
Apr. IS. 1873 



Dec 33.1873 

May 30,lEn3 
Sept 30 



46 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical lUt of patentees for the^ear 1873 — CoDtinned. 



No. 



143,841 

142,329 
136,041 



143, 995 

143,675 
143,750 
144. 068 
144,836 
136.220 

139, 046 

140,995 

140, 895 

134.524 

140, 684 

135,893 

5,230 

5,231 

5,232 

136,309 

140. 120 

145, 489 

144, 390 
134. 525 
140, 252 
142, 443 
143, 126 
144, 961 

143,968 

1*37,832 
141.546 
138,011 



141,922 

139,239 
141,333 

145, 159 
136. 043 
144,892 
136, 042 
134, 647 

143. 444 
139,553 
145, 490 

5,490 

134. 859 
141, 702 

139, 374 

139, 373 

144. 069 

145. 054 

135, 894 
1-I4, 447 
139, 123 

141,634 
145, 632 
135,092 
143,440 
141,263 

141,858 
141, 703 

141, 497 
142,996 

137. 185 
143, 127 

141.635 
145.850 
143, 812 



134, 592 
135, 700 
142, 375 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Davis, W, F., North Attleboroagh, Mass., assignor to J. T. Bacon Sc Co. Ornamental 
chain 

Davis, "W. H., assignor to J. Harlan, Lexington, Ind. Fmit and lard press 

Davis, W. H., and R. V. De Gninon. said De Guinon assignor to said Davis. Jersey Cit}-, 
N.J. Steam-boiler 

Davis, W. P. (See Mendham, "W., assignor.) 

Davis, W.R., IJnion City, Pa, Cooper's croze and howel 

Davis Wheel and Palmer Fork Company. (See Palmer, N., asaiffnoi .) 

Davison. D., New York, N. Y. Oas-retort 

Davol, W. C, jr., Fall River, Mass. Steam fire-engine 

Same Horse-stall for steam fire-engine-house 

Daw. S., Corvallis, Oreg. Q rain-separator 

Dawdy, L. J., Hamburgh, Iowa. Hand cultivator 

Dawes, A., Hudson, assignor to H. £. Townsend, Boston, Mass. Fyclctingmachine 



Septl6,18TJ 
Sept 2,1873 



Dawson, A. & H. T.,Chiswick. England, assignors to O. W. Petter and T. D. Galpin, 
London. England. Method of etching plates for electrot yping 

Dawson, G. F., Washington. D. C. Revolving seat '. 

Dawson, H. T. (See Dawson, A. & H. T.) 

Dawson, J., Staunton, Va. Apparatus for the production of spirits and the prevention 
of fraud upon the revenue 



Sept 23. 1873 

Oct 14,1873 
Oct 21, It*73 
Oct 28,1873 
Nov. 25. 1873 
Feb. 2ii. 1873 

May 20, 1873 

July 22,1873 
July 15,1873 



Dawson, R. H., Rock ville. Conn. Flock-cleaning machine 
Day, A., Detroit, Mich. Button-hole cutter 



Jan. 

July 

Feli. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

June 

Dec. 



Nov. 11,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
June 24. 1873 
Sept. 2,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Nov. 25. 1873 



Dayton, G. E., Baltimore, Md. Metallic skylight 

Dayton. H. G., Maysville, Ky. Disinfecting-powder 

Dayton, M. E., Syracuse, assignor of part interest to H. B. Tompkins and \Y. H. Wieting, i 

'Nevr York, N. Y., and H. IL Branch, Hillsdale, Mich. Anti-friction journal 5 

Dayton Malleable-Iron Company. (See Loeb, P., assignor.) 

Dayton, W. H.. assignor to Excelsior Needle Company, Wolcottville, Conn. Machine 

for feedingwire to nammer-dies ^ 

Deacon, H., Widnes. England. Manufacture of bleaching-liquors 

Deacon, H., Lancaster County, England. Manufacture of chlorine . 

Deacon, J. (See Deacon, S. and J.) 

Deacon, S. and J., Lawrence, Mass. Paper-pulp washing-machine 

Dean. A. B., and 1?. C. Coleman, Louisville, Ky. Railway-rail 

Dean, A. H., Bridgeport, Cunn. Antomatio-toy 

Dean, E. K., Bangor, Me. Stove-pipe damper 

Dean, G. W., New York, N. Y. Ash-sifting shovel 

Dean, G. W., Stamford, Conn. Concreto pavement 

Dean, J., New Baltimore, N. Y. Flour-mili 

Dean, L. H., Tecumseh. Mich. Motor 

Dean, N. C, assignor of one-half interest to S. S. Bliss, Union Springs, N. Y. Clin-plat« 

for carriage-springs (Reissue) . . 

Same Clip-plate for carriage-springs 

Dean. O. A., Bethel, v t Circular-saw guard 

Dean, Smith. & Co., et oL (See Hoyt, Y. A., assignor.) 

Deane, C. W., Philadelphia, Pa. l^ubeexpander 

Deane, E. L. (;^e Munger, F. M., assignor.) 

Deane, W. P., Canton. Mass. Sbears for cutting paper 

Dearborn, C. A., New Bedford, Mass. Carriage top 

Deardorff, L N., Canal Dover, Ohio. Stove for smoke-houses 

Dearing. O. A.. San Francisco, Cal. Printer's lead-rack 

Deasey, J., Fall River, Mass. Beer and ale faucet 

Deavs, C, assignor to Arcber and Pancoast Mannfacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 

Center-slide drop-hght •. -". . 

Same Smoke-bell for gasaliers 

Same Center drop-light 

De Barry, J. J., Chicago, III. Key-check 

De Boucherville, G. B., Quebec, Canada. Propulsion of vessels 

De Castro, D., and R. Burton, assignors to the Imperial Meter Company, London, Eng- 
land. Gas-meter .' 

Decker, C. D., Bonus, HL Straw -conveyor for thrashing-machines 

Decker, C. E., Chicago, III. Pneumatic-oiler 

Decker, D., et aL (See Kreter, R., assignor.) 

Decker, E.B.. Carrollton, III. Farm-gate 

Decker, H., Cochecton, N. Y. Railway -rail joint 

Decker, J. J., et al (See Kreter, R., assignor.) 

Decker, L. H., Sauk Centre, Minn. Fanning-mill 

Decker, L. H., Grove Lake, ai*signor of one-half interest to T. Bolles, Sauk Centre, Minn. 

Fanning-mill 

Decker, P. H., and N. Lee, Chicago, HI. Car-coupling 

D6clat. G., Paris, France. Medical compound 

De Codezo, T., New York, N. Y. Smoke and spark conduits for railway trains 

De Coppet, F. V. (See Smith & De Coppet) 

DedericK, L., et al (See Carter & Keith, assignors.) 

Dederick, P.K., Albany, N. Y. Cotton-press 

Same Bale-tie -. 

Same Brick-machine 



Apr. l.^ 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 

Apr. 22, 1673 



Aug. 10, 1673 
May 27, 1873 
July 29, 1873 



Dec. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Sept 

June 

Dec. 



2. 18r3 

18,1873 

25, 1873 

If, 1873 

7. 1873 

2,1873 

3,1873 

10, 1873 



Julv 15, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

May 27, 1873 



May 

(Jet. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

i 

May 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct 



Monthly 
volume. 



7, 1873 
8,1873 
18, 1873 
14,1873 
14,1873 
14. 1873 
25,1873 
24, 1873 
16, 1873 



I. 



467 

7 



Feb. 18, 1873 1 599 



602 

2.'>3 
347 
643 
586 

768 

524 



Day, A. G., New York, N. Y. Process of manufacturing hard rubber (Reissue) . . 

Same Manufacture of hard flexible rubber ( Reissue) . , 

Same Hard rubber (Reissue) . . 

Day, E. A., Oberlin, Ohio. Hose nozzle 

Day, G. W., Haverhill, Mass. Comer-support for blind 

Same Hot-air furnace 

Day, H. B. (See Reed Sc Dav.) 

Day, H. H., New York, N. Y^ Air-compressor ^ 

Day, J., New York. N. Y. Shoe and leather polisher 

Day, J., Holley, N. Y. Supplemental attachment for cooking-stove 

Same. Car-propeller 

Same Soldering-fumace 

Day, M., Charlestown, Mass. Cement sewer- bottom . . . : 

Day,S.W. (5«c Moore & Day.) t I 

Daykln, J., and W. R Case, Cleveland.bhio. Chalnmachine | Oct 28, 1873 552 J 



20 
305 
479 
428 
4.10 
432 
846 
644 
409 

193 
20 
751 
109 
707 
688 



511 
119 

678 



477 
721 



27,1873 
28,1873 
2,1873 
18, 1873 
11,1873 

20, 1873 1 
12, 1873 
16, 1873 
21, 1873 
7,1873 



July 29, 1873 
Aug. 19.1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 



239 

600 
213 
538 
549 
38 

869 
415 
270 

79 
602 



Mar. 25, 1873 ! 758 

Sept 23, 1873 ! 707 

Aug. 12, 1873 I 214 

Dec. 23, 1873 ' 735 

Oct 21,1873 401 



Jan. 7, 1873 88 
Feb. 11, 1873 1 295 
Sept 2,1873 1 47 






158 
3 

197 

904 

85 
116 
211 
200 
248 
165 
166 



Official 
Gazette. 



604 , 
491 , 



166 



7 
103 
154 
137 
137 
137 
273 
202 
134 

66 

7 

237 

35 
242 
232 



183 
184 
160 



214 
215 



157 



112 


37 


601 


198 


632 


215 


600 


197 


140 


45 


110 


35 


93 


32 


410 


135 


593 


199 


336 


108 


269 


87 


830 


266 


829 


2f.6 


644 


212 


12 


4 



80 

188 

67 

176 

179 

13 

284 

135 

88 

25 
204 

251 

243 

67 



133 



27 
93 
17 



o 
> 



ll66 5 



4 
4 
4 
4 

3 



4 

4 



3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 

4 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



4 

3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 

4 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
4 
4 

3 



4 
4 
4 

4 
4 



& 



4 302 
4 242 

3 ; 200 

4 324 



409 
427 
461 
.•^59 
225 

se3 



86 
07 



9 
44 

191 

54 

54 

54 

231 

692 

642 

506 
9 
701 
251 
332 
568 



4 I 453 

3 I 423 

4 145 

3 ' 446 



4 191 

3 587 

4 ' 120 



5P4 
200 
56:1 
200 
18 
251 
616 
642 

76 

47 
165 

596 

506 
461 
.587 
191 
5()9 

569 
160 
6.5:) 
79 
4 384 



114 
186 
165 

141 
324 

335 



4 3.32 
4 ' 160 
4 ; 681 
4 431 



3 
3 
4 



14 
103 
246 



130,940 
H3i843 



138, W5 
13«,S!n 



UNITED STATES PATENT-OFFICE, 1673. 

Atphabvlical M of patenteot /or tteyear 1373— Continued. 



e, retidoace, and loTentloD. 



Dedrick, J, E., asalgnor to : 
Declite, J,, auionurof one-l 

tilld. Conn. ^iiiK-boll. for vehicle* 

Defble, J.. BMignor of tbrep-fourths inl«r<>st la Uie Atwater MMmfactarlng Comianv, 

ricintsvill6,CuBn. Die for farming m-ihon 

I>n EctaeTema. J. (,Su Mi'gy. De GcbaverriK dC Bbzhd.) 

Dvcley, J., and J.S.Eil^n^ii'-, Yiinllvy. EngLind. Utang of atUcbiDcIho faro-end stock 

Ut gun-bnmls 

Dee™ & Co, {Ste Nanon.C.O,. assianoi"-) 

l)^eriog, M., uilguor M Sweet. Barnes & Co., SjtjieoM, N. T. Macblne for formlne 

I>«iy.£M.. NewYo^kVif■Y.■■Fl'uIVllB■'In»cWne!^''^ 

l)e^F«™t.^D- W., BMiEnnr of onc-h«lf Iniereat to W. M. Lewii, Petinbargli, Va. 



Monthlj I Officlil 



I S J I 



l.K.Yo"unt : 
imhI. J. L.. lefli 



linKliim, Conn.. lualgDon by mcsi 



De (iriAl, I 
DoC 



B(^m< 



aaplinK 



. B. S. L„ _..,.^— 

' al. [Srr Do Groodt. M.. aiwlEnor.) 
nortoT. MTind: 



L.De Gmodt, Pr.id 



Groodt. U,, Elton. _ 

UTOodtiT.S-.rtaf. (,S»v Do Groodt, M., aiwlcnor.) 

GrousilUeni, U.. Berlin. OeiinoUT. Munuliiulnre of alkaline catijonaUi . . . . 
lie Galoon.R y, (Jirs Darla &. l)e Gnluon.) 

DeGiilnon. I{.V.,,7erBey Cilr.N.J. Suni.l vine oil to Htrcpl-laniM 

Do Haven. I. N. IStr Thoroo & De Haven.) 
Deilwrt, J. M. (So Koyal, I*nlii Ic DelhcrL) 
Deitiler. M., amignar of onc-lialf Intereai to H. Adamg, Aabland. Fa. Cue fn 

ribbon*, ic r 

'-■-'--'- " ■" " ■ - iborKeriDoLBli ' ' 



DeGroi 



DeLaliD' 



t at. (Sei Knew 



Lsaignor. 



Brlamslcr, C, II. {$» Mi.,r,.u., .~.,k-....i 

))eUiipy,M.,KeirYork,X. r. Hold fur vuliber bilHard-cnablonB (Reiimuc) 

Saino Bill [ard.CDali ion (IMwiuel. 

DeLano,A.D.,Gooilrlijh,Mich. Sleigh i 

Delano.C. W. II.. Cedar Raiiiili^ Iowa, (irapc and flover picker 

DoH.rldBe,C.J.,lioeho«ler,N. Y. Uear-nuwIiiDO 

UeLeido,R.,Brook1vl^K. Y. I'Topulstim of can 

Db Leon, M. J..itBltln>ore.Ud. Cooklng^ipparatua 

DeloswrE, H. E., Paris, Frauee, L'arriajie 

Dolfer. F. L., Ilnrllo^oD. luwa. Kota 

Delker.G., ■ud<;.L.Blondin,Hendrr»n,Ky. Fliaeton bodv (Draieii). 



Jnly 15, 1S73 ] IM 



■acainp, A., Bronklyn.fi. V.^asiiigiior to J. J. Ntchols. New York, N. Y. 
Ul forms -• 



Delsarto, A. C. L., Poria, Frwico. "J 
Demailly, G., Brussels, Bel iilnui. 
IcaUy 

Detnare»t.J.Eollovitle,».J. Tool 



lekaltintere'i 



ronus of paper '.'. 

'ob A Kalcble, Bulblo, N. T. Stop-cock | 

ifying water cbemlcally and niechaa- ' 



Mar. 35, IBIS 



Jool for culling lesthor 

It. J., BuilKOor U> wlf Bti<l J. L. Uott.Mott Haven, T 
■- m.rj. Cherttita, Sew York, S.Y. Veseclli 



Di-ioernJ. (*fRnt.. _.._.._.„ 

De Mc8tr6,A.,Bonleami, France. Bottlp.si 
Deming,U.C. {SMWeaw - ■ 



ig grain in bulk. Kept, la, ISTJ 



jpper. 



;t, SUvtr 



: Demi 



Stinie (Sn Silve.,^.. ..., .»..hi»~ .; 

Doming. J. W„ Paris. Me. Wasb-boiler 

D«Mott.I..Cajinon»rille,N, Y. H^roeatioe 

Dempster. R. {Sre Allison, O, W., asalEnor.) 

Denby, T, R.. CarlinviUe, Ul. Idnd-pulveriirr 

Denbam,T.M.. New Bedford, Mass. fibirt-lront 

Denio. A. O.. Wilmington, Del. Lnooniolivo aab-pan cleai 
DenisoD, E. B. ISre Brown & Denlson.) 
nenlwn. T. H„ (( nl. fSte Ernst, J. G., assignor.) 
Denlincer, A. U.. Gordonville, Fa. Fumigutur fur bee-liivo 

same Fomieator 

r™n8n,J.,Cbicago,ia Brlek 

Denuey.aL-, Gap. Fa. Turbine water-wheel bucket 

-— "' " iMSigBorofone-tliiPdinten'Stlo J.F.KiDi 



for 1 



imotivea 



Denniwn. D. B.. et ai. ISei Gro 

Denolson. D. D.. Otiumwn. low». Lvuniii'r-ciiuii 

De 1-anville, A. N. (Ste Koswag & De Paurlllc.) 
Deple<lge.C. (tke Wilcox 1l Di'pledge.) 

Dorden. J. P., Baetron. La. Cottoo-prcss 

Derham,P.W..XevfYnrk,S.Y. Paper-filo , 

DeiTom.A., Patemon.N.J, Slncco cornice 

Same Mold for forming bulMing.blocks 

De!;ha.J. (SHDoraey.D.B.. aiBlgnor.) 

Deshinr, J. G. (Sm AndnwB, E. B., asBlinor,) 

DeSllva.M.B., and G.T.IIenjarain,ClcvcUiurt, Ohio. Tracc-hueklo... 

DeBper,H.A..Worcpiitar Mami. Mnlil.niBl.r . . 

De«per.J. (S« H- 

Deeper. J.. Barre, Mass. Die 

Sarao 

D^EatcJ. (S« Toliey. J. F.. a 

Detrick. W,.and J. D. Culvor.si 

ing-machine 



d^Hlvirj 



aasl!;aortosaidDetrick.Gi«encaalle,Ind. Saw- 



48 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees far the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



144, 748 
144, 749 
140,254 
137, 601 
140,685 
]3.\094 
136,310 

143,407 

139,882 



140,897 
140.898 
140, 816 
136,141 
143,969 
137, 348 
136, 140 

1.37,535 
139, 051 
145, 055 

142, 088 

135,095 
135,096 

140. 122 
143, 227 

140. 123 

141. 124 
1.36, 907 
137, 129 
137,130 

138, 319 

145, 991 
134, 981 
145, 491 

139, 458 



136,423 

141,547 

138.235 

5,507 

.^508 

5,327 

5,326 



143, 441 
1.3T, 349 
140,899 



144,324 

137,536 
145, 634 
136. 142 
140, 351 
143, 677 



144, 070 
139, 376 



136.908 
136, 143 



135, 469 

144,263 
145, 992 
135, 634 
135, 635 
5.394 



5,378 

143, 313 
139,302 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Detroit Stove-Works. (See Carter, J. V. B„ assignor) (Design.) 

De Valin, W. H., Sacramento, Cal. Pavement 

De Valin, W. H., San Rafanl, Cal. Treating bricks for pavements 

De Vaney, G.. Jr., Darbyville, Ohio. Combined corn-planter and cultivator 

Develley, L. H., Sooth Boston, Mass. Machinery for embossing spool-beads 

Devendorf, A. L., Galesbnrffh, III. Cock 

Deveroll, S. R., Mount Gambler, South Australia. Means of operating ships' pumps — 
Devlan, P. S., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to self and Walton Brothers, Newark, N. J. Car 

and window washer 

Devlan, P. S., Jersey City, N. J., assignor of one-third interest to C. Bamum, Brooklyn, 

N.Y. Railway-t^o 

Devlin, J., Brooklyn, N. T. Apparatus for forcing beer and other liquids IVom barrels . . 

Devoe, B. O. {See Sogers & Devoe.) 

Devoe, B. G., et al. (See Kogers, T., assignor.) 

Devoe, B.G., Frederick town, Ohio. Iron fence 

Devol, J. L., and J. M. Okey, Parkersburgh, W. Va. Sash-holder 

De Vore, A.B., Talkington Township, 111 Hog-trap 

Dew. J. M. A., Chicago, 111. Knob-latch 

De Warn, L.E., Baltimore, Md. Guide for shoe-sewing 

Dewecse, A., Oak Mills, Kans. B»B-hlve 

Dewell, J. v., assignor to self, J. Jenkins, and P. C. Provost, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bucket 

Dewey, H. M. (See Dewey, M. J. Sc J. T., assignors.) 

Dewey, H. S., assiornor ofone-half interest to M. W. Wolf, Chicago, 111. Railway-switch. 

Dewey, J. J., Quecne«, Vt. Spinning-mule 

Same Shaft for vehicles 

Dewey, J. T. (See Dewey, ML J. & J. T.) 

Dewey, M. J. & J. T., assignors of one-third interest to H. M. Dewey, West Troy, N. Y. 

Apparatus for renovating velvet, Sec 

De Witt, E., Belvidere, N. J. Stove-grate 

Same same 

De Witt, G., Belleville, and J. Fairman, New York, N. Y. Building-block 

De Witt, J. H., Orange. N. Y. Machine for painting wire cloth 

Dews, J. (See Carmichel, A., assignor.) 

Dexter, B. £., Gowanda, N. Y. Mode of attaching sleigh-bells to harness 

Dexter, C. H., Baltimore, Md. Can for oysters 

Doxter, S. B., Mason City, Iowa. Combined adjustable pincher and grappling tool 

Same Combined wrench and grapplmg-tool 

£ame Grapple 

Dexter, H., Chicago, 111. Washing-machine 



De Zeng, H. L., Geneva. N. Y. Rallwar-tie 

Dibble, S. J., Weathersfleld. Conn. Thill-coupling 

Dibble, S. J., Lockport. N. Y. Portable stove 

Dick, C. J. A. (See Gifford, P., assignor.) 

Dick, D., assignor to B. M. Barmore, New York, N. Y. Door-spring 

Dick, J. r^See Meyer Si Dick.) • 

Dick, J. (See Meyer, G., assignor.) 

Dick, W., New York., N. Y. Bottle-washer 

Dickennan, A., Boston, Mass. Canvas stretching and protecting (t-ame 

Dickerman, £.. Middletield, Conn. Washing-machine 

Dickerson, S. H., Hudson, Mich. Well-tube (Reissue). 

Same £arth-auger (Reissue) . . 

Dickerson, T. S., asslccnor to self and R. M. Whipple, Chicago, 111. Manufacture and 

application of gas n>nm petroleum, &o (Reissue).. 

Dickerson, T. S., and R. M. Whipple, Chicago, IlL Process and apparatus for using 

liquid fuel for producing heat and light (Reissue) . . 

Dickey, G. W. (See Amot, H., assignor.) 

Dickinson, A. S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pulley -block , 

Dickinson, C. H., Rosedale, La. Hydraulic cane-cmsher 

Dickinson, C. W., Belleville, assignor to self and G. Rowden, Newark, N. J. Numbering 

heads 



Dickinson, F. Z., et aL (See McGregor Si, Vail, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Dickinson, G. W., Saratoea Springs, N. Y. Billiardcne tip 

Dickinson, T. M. (See Mack, B. L., assignor.) 

Dickson, R., Lansingburgh. N. Y. Horse-brush 

Diehl, L. J.. Butler, Ind. Bee-hive «. 

Diehl, P., Chicago, IlL Magic-lantern 

Diehl. R.C., Scott Township, Pa. Shifting top for buggies 

Dietrich, C, Boston, Mass. Fire-escape 

Dietrich, F. (See Schiissler & Dietrich.) 
Dietrich, C. F. (See Norman Sc Dietrich.) 

Diet*, R. E., New York, N.Y. Lamp 

Dietzel. G. (See Vogt &, Dietzcl.) 

Digney, J. D., and T. H. Lartigne, and H. Forest, Paris, France. Electric rallwny-signal. 

DIgney, T. (See Digney, J. D. and T. H., Lartlgue, and H. Forest.) 



kes, J. (See Goldsmith &, Dilkes.) 

Ian, P. C, VilliscA, Iowa. Washing-machine 

lenbeck. A., Fort Plain, N. Y. Die for making clips for king-bolts. 



Di 

Di 

Di 

Dilley, J. (See Currie, C. S.. assignor.) 

Di liugham, £., et al. (See Crowell, L. C, assignor.) 

Dillingham, G. F. (See Wing, A. T.. assignor.) 

Di lingham, M. W., Amsterdam, N. Y. Paper box 

Dillingham. N., et al (See Crowell, L. C, assignor.) 

Dillon. J., New York, N. Y. Ac^ustable scaffold , 

Same Compound tool 

Dillon, M., assignor to self and J. B. Armour, Albany, N. Y. 

Same Paint-brush 

Dilworth, J., Mnskoka District, Canada, and J. C. Hodgins, Toronto, Canada, said Dil- 
worth assignor to T. K. Morgan and H. Thorn, Toronto, Canada. Condenser and feed- 
water heater for steam-engines (Reissue) . . 

Dimes, R., assignor to Tiffany Sc Co., New York, N. Y. Process and apparatus for stip- 
pling metallic surfaces (Reissue) . . 

Dimmick, D., Orwell Township, Bradford Connty, Pa. i Vehicle-wheel , 

D'Infreville, G., New York, N. Y. Electro-magnetic telegraph , 



Brush-machine. 



Date. 


Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


1 




• 

4 

4 
3 
3 

4 
3 


i 


Nov. 18, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 


500 

501 

753 

297| 

306 

550 


170 

**238' 
92 

lai 

179 


542 
.542 
701 
393 
44 
80 


Feb. 25,1873 


846 


273 


3 


231 


Oct 7, 1873 
June 17, 1873 


9 
418 


3 
130 


4 
3 


381 
665 


July 15, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Oct. 28,1873 
Apr. 1.1873 
Feb. 25,1873 


493 
494 
426 
709 
554 
6€ 
708 


166 
167 
144 
228 
184 
21 
228 


4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 


68 
68 
62 
220 
453 
362 
220 


Apr. 8.1873 
Mav 20, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 


241 

527 
13 


74 

166 

5 


3 
3 
4 


388 
564 
587 


Aug. 26, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 21.1873 
June 24, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 


643 
551 
552 
C45 
795 


211 
180 
180 
203 
274 


4 
3 
3 
3 
4 


214 

80 

80 

692 

355 


June 24, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Mar. 25, 18rj 
Mar. 25, 1873 


645 
717 
503 
707 
708 


203 
239 
166 
235 
235 


3 
4 
3 
3 
3 


692 
95 
304 
33-2 
332 


Apr. 29, 1873 


985 


C309 
)310 


}' 


478 


Dec. 30,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Dec 16,1873 


882 
454 
410 


286 
145 
135 


4 
3 
4 


703 

72 

642 


June 3, 1873 


14 


4 


3 


610 


Mar. 4,1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Apr. 29. 1873 
July 29. 1873 
July 29, 1873 


59 

120 

900 

1,017 

1,018 


21 

37 

284 

330 

3.30 


3 
4 
3 

4 
4 


250 
145 
472 
126 
126 


Mar. 18, 1873 


625 


206 


3 


314 


Mar. 18, 1873 


624 


206 


3 


314 


Oct 7, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 


38 
67 


14 
21 


4 

3 


384 
362 


July 15, 1873 


495 


167 


4 


68 


Nov. 4,1873 


126 


42 


4 


489 


Apr. 8, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Feb. 25,1873 
July 1, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 


242 
539 
709 
16 
258 


74 

177 

229 

5 

85,86 


3 
4 
3 
4 
4 


388 

221 

9 

410 


Oct 28,1873 


644 


212 


4 


461 


May 27, 1873 


832 


(266 
{267 


l3 


596 


Mar. 18, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 


503 
710 


166 
229 


3 
3 


304 
221 


Feb. 4,1873 


71 


32 


3 


133 


Nov. 4,1873 
Dec. 30,1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 


79 
883 
236 
237 


26 

286 

74 

74 


4 
4 
3 
3 


484 
703 
158 
158 


May 6, 1873 


238 


74 


3 


517 


Apr. 29,1873 
Oct 21,1873 
May. 27, 1873 


1,110 
402 

778 


351 
134 
247 


3 

4 
3 


489 
431 
591 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



49 



AlphaIt€Uo(il list of patentees for the year, 1873— Continued. 



No. 



136,976 
H5,790 



130, 046 
135,896 
144.264 
138,486 
140, 124 



142,900 
143, 445 



134, 98-2 

143, 128 

6,b25 

144,963 
141,334 
143,446 
144,964 
145, 403 

135,636 
145. 492 

141,&'i9 



140,019 
135, 097 
135,098 



134, 650 
135,099 

135, 413 

142.214 
143. 678 

136, 491 

144,839 

• 

144, 840 
134, 651 



139, 124 
135,529 



140, 255 

136, 424 

5,420 

136, 710 

144,515 
136, 711 



139, 498 
139, 377 
138, 619 

140, 483 

144,265 



145,729 
134, 860 
139,125 

134,652 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Dinsmore, A. S., Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine 

Dinsmore, J. H., Boston, Mass. Locomotive-window 

Dinsmore, T. H. {See Stewart, W. A., assignor.) 

Same. . .. . . (See Trask, W. R., assignor.) 

Diolot. S. (See Haack & Diolot.) 

Dirksen, G., Freeport, III. Uterine supporter 

Dirst, A. L.. Seward, IIL Clod-fender 

Disober, Q. H., Mobile, Ala. Combined extension measnriug-ro<l and dividers 

Dismer, G., Mound City, 111. Velocipede — 

Disney, M., Oakland, Cal., assizor to self, H. C. Kibbe, and J. D. Hildretli. Car-coupling. 

Diss, A. B. (See Kennedy &. Diss.) 

Diss, F. A. J. (See Fancher. C. H., assignor.) 

Disston, H., Philadelphia, Pa. Tip for saw-flies 

Same File 

Disston, H., and Sons. (See Disston, T. S., assignor.) 

Same (See Disston, T. S. and H., 3d, assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Tilton, W. C, assignor.) 

Disston, T. S., Philadelphia, Pa. Cork-cutting machine 

Disston, T. S., assignor to self and H. Disston Sc Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. Hand-saw . . . . 
Disston, T. S. and H., 2d, assignors to selves and H. Disston 6c Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Saw-frame (Design) . . 

Ditch, J., Five Forks, Pa. Stock for shoeing animals 

Di Tergolina, V., London, EngUnd. Bridle-bit 

Dittenhaver, J. B., Napoleon, Ohio. Compound for filling wood 

Dittman, C, assignor to self and D. N. Landis, jr., Leacock Post-office, Pa. Nut-lock 

Dittman, C, Boston, Mass. Explosive compound 

Dixie Oil Company. (See Hatfield, G. W., assignor.) 

Dixon, A. H., Toronto, Canada. Show-card 

Dixon, E.and W., Newark,N. J. Bufling-wheel 



Dixon, G., Toronto, Canada. Railway-car truck 

Dixon, H. J., &, Sons. (See Gilmore, W., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Powell, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Dixon, M. J ., New York, N. Y., and W. Tunstill, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ice-crusher 

Dixon, S., Nottingham, England. Corset 

Dixon, S., Boseville, IIL (jom-planter 

Dixon, W. (See Dixon, E. & W.) 
Doane, D. £. (See Dale, J. P., assignor. ) 

Doane, W. H., assignor to J. A. Fay & Co., Cincinnati. Ohio. Scroll-saw 

Doane, W. H., and W. H. Dobson, assignors to J. A. Fay &, Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Scroll- 



saw 



Dobbins, J., Litchfield. Mich. Machine for cutting and bending hoops 

Dobbins, L. (See Salauce, C. W., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Dobbins, AV. C, Zanesville, Ohio. Combined fender and ash -sifter 

Dobbs, T. J., Weehawken.'N. J. Harness attachment for hitching and unhitching horses 

Dobson, H. C, New York, assignor to H. Soptag, Staplf ton, N. Y. Banjo 

Dobson, J., et al (See Shinn, J., assignor.) 

Dobson, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Machinery for finishing the nap of woolen cloth 

Dobson, J. & J. (See Webster, J. T., assignor) (Design.) 

Dobson, J. & J., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for delivering and drawing long-fibered 

wool after carding , 

Dobson, R. F., assignor of one-third interest to G. Frost, Belmont, Wis. Hydraulic 



engine 



Dobson, W. (See Rushton & Dobson.) 
I>nbson, W. H. (See Doane & Dobson.) 

Dobson, W. H., assignor to J. A. Fay &. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Saw-setting machine. 

Dod, S., Havana, Ctiha. Apparatus for the manufacture of sugar 

Dodge. C. F. (See Titfany. J. C ., assignor.) 

Dotlge, D., Keeseville, N. Y. Nail-machine (Extension) . 

Same same (Extension) . 

Dodge, U., assignor of one-half interest to C. Germain, Reaver Dam, Wis. Telegraph- 
cue 



pole 



Dodge, J. M., Newark, N. J. Car-axle box 

Dodge, J. W., Maiden, Mass. Branding apparatus (Reissue) . . 

Dodge, J. W., Maiden, Mass., assignor to Tbe Shoe Machinery Manufacturing Company, 

Connecticnt. Branding-stamps 

Same Tool for marking edges of soles of boots and shoes 

Dodge, L. (See Wescott, B. S., assignor.) 
Dodge, L. P. (See Kingdou & Dodge.) 

Dodge, O. H., Jackson, Tenn. Roller-skate , 

Dodge, P., deceased, by W. M. Pinery, administer, Weathersfield, Vt Stove. . (Extension) . 
Dodge, S., jr., and B. Potter, jr., Marblehead, Mass. Heel for boots and shoes. (Ex- 



tension) 



Dods, R., Southingtou, Conn. Whip-socket attachment. 

Dodson, G. W., Mitchell, Ind. Cofiee-roaster 

Dodson, J. T., Kane, 111. Draft-hook for whiffletrees. Sec 

Dodson, W. P., Philadelphia, Pa. Sadiron 

Dodsworth, J. (See Madden Sc Dodsworth) (Reissue.) 

Doeg, I., assignor of one-half interest to O. Murray, New Market, N. H. Device for 

dressing the sides of nuts •. 

Doeltz, W. (See Amdfc, A. F. R., assignor.) 
I>oerfer, P. (See Morchen & Doerfer.) 

Dohan, J. F., Binghamton, N. Y. Handmirror 

Doherty, M., Cambridgeport, Mass. Music-desk for i)ianos 

Doberty, M., Cambridgeport, assignor of one-half interest to C. Skinner, Boston, Mass. 

Piano-lid prop-stick 

Doherty, P. w., Boston, Mass. Stench-trap 

Domstreich, F. L. (See Jakel, J., assignor.) 

Dolan, T., et al. (See Langham, T., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Wink, F., assignor) (Design.) 

Dolan, T., &, Co. (See Boot, H., assignor.) 

Sam e same (Design . ) 

Same (See Osborne, O., assignor.) 

Same (See Parks, J. W., assignor) (Design. ) 

Dolan, W., et al (See Hills, H. C, assignor.) 



Date. 



Mar. 18, 1873 
Dec. 23,1873 



Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
May 6,1873 
J uno 24, 1873 



Sept 16, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 



Jan. 21,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
Sept 2.1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Dec 9, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Dec 16,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 



June 17, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 



Jan. 7, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Jan. 7. 1873 



Mav 20,1873 
Fell. 4, 1873 

Aug. 23, 1873 
Aug. 30, 1873 

June 34, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
May 20, 1873 

Mar. 11, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 



Mar. 11, 1873 
Feb. 1, 1873 

Sept 13, 1873 
June 3,1873 
May 27, 1873 
May 6,1873 
July 1, li73 



Nov. 4,1873 



Dec. 23,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

May 20. 1873 
Jan. 7,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



cc 



559 
685 



603 

481 

80 

17 

646 



514 
111 



455 

708 



689 
930 
112 
690 
327 

2.38 
411 

416 



531 
553 
553 



142 

554 

18 

748 
258 
121 

589 



589 
143 



601 
123 



755 
60 

704 

326 
294 



?W 



49 
834 
131 
118 



81 



634 
337 

603 
144 



P 



186 
224 



198 

155 

26 

6 

203 



175 
36 



146 
243 



233 
303 



233 



75 
135 
135 
136 



168 
180 
180 



45 
181 



247 

86 
39 

201 



201 
46 



189 
39 



238 

21 

221 

108 
99 



108 



15 

267 

43 

40 



26 



207 
108 

189 
46 






3 
4 



3 
3 
4 
3 
3 



4 

4 



3 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 



3 
3 

4 
4 
3 



4 

3 



3 
3 

4 

4 

3 
3 
3 

3 
4 



3 
3 

4 
3 
3 
3 
4 



4 

3 

3 
3 



o 
at 



308 
677 



201 
191 

484 
499 
692 



306 
251 



•:2 

332 

212 

.568 
120 
251 
568 
624 

158 
642 

186 



675 
80 
80 



18 

80 
129 

223 
410 
255 

559 



559 
18 



569 
137 

185 
212 

701 
250 

•578 

280 
514 



280 
70 

270 
613 
.596 
508 
18 



484 



073 
47 

570 

18 



50 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873~Con tinned. 



No. 



141,908 
144, 516 
144,071 
143,001 

139,883 
136,425 
135, 206 
135.323 

140.686 
135,785 
5,491 
134.861 
140,256 



145, 056 

134, 653 
134, 862 

141,705 
142, 775 

141,209 

136,977 

144.325 
139, 499 
140,687 



143.679 
142.215 



Name, reaidence, and invention. 



134.593 
135, 973 
135, 974 
137, 600 
138.320 
139,948 

140. 188 

140. 189 

144, 020 
144,664 

145, 404 
5,509 



137,537 
6,354 
6.811 

142. 681 



14.3,408 
141, 924 

145, 730 

142,376 



140,767 
143,902 
141, 636 
138,078 

136,222 
141,210 
143, 903 
144,072 
144,073 

139, 662 
141, 637 

140, 484 
134, 789 
139, 778 
136.223 
138.487 
144,448 
140,996 
141,965 

144,074 
1*5,637 



Doll, A., Cleveland, Ohio. A d^jiistable stool 

Doll, A., and C. Ellinj?, Cleveland, Ohio. Faucet 

Dolpb, A. M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Starcbing-niachine 

Dolson, H. P., Highland, N. Y. Spring-coupling for vehidea 

Dolton, G. E. (^ Ward &, Dolton.) 

Dolton, G. Em Monee. 111. Ruffler for flcwinf^-machinea 

Dom, J. L., Uamilton County, Ohio. AVbeel for vehicles 

Domett, J. W., Boston, Mass. Safety-check for horses 

Doming;, G., assignor of oue-hadf interest to J. Kussell, Weyiuontb, England. Music ) 

leaf-turner y 

Donald, D., Willianisbnrgh, K. Y. Baker's oven 

Donald, F., and G. S. Newton, Waupun, Wis. Derrick 

Donaldson. N. I., Worcester, Mass. Inhaler (Kelssue) . . 

Same MedicAl inhaler 

Donehoo, D. M., Beaver, Pa. Sash- fastener 

Doney, A. {See Baker A*. Doney.) 

Same (See Baker, Doney Sc Owen.) 

Donisthorpe, R F., and T. A. W. Clarke, Leicester, England. Manufacture of crimped 

hair 

Donn, IT. D., Oshkosh, Wis. Saw-mill dog 

Donnell, H.. Philadelphia, Pa. Carriage-curtain 

Donnell, J. F. (See Schofleld. W. 11., assignor.) 

Donnelly, W.. Calverton, N. Y. Plow 

Donohue, T. H., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for cleaning boiler-flues, Sec 

Donovan, F. J. (See Haftbrd, A. T., assignor.) 

Dooling, J., Boston. Ma^s. Ice-cream freezer 

Doolittle, E. W. (See Lowe, 1'. W., assignor.) 

Doolittle, G., assignor to The Doolittle ]^lanufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Suspension-ring 

Doolittle, G., Bridgeport, Conn. Tidy-pin 

Doolittle, J. R, AVallingford, Conn. Mechanical movement 

Doolittle, J. H., assignor to Wallace & Sons, Ansonia. Conn. Lamp-burner .* 

Doolittle Manufacturing Company. (See Doolittle, G., assignor.) 

Same (See Ellis, J. M., assignor.) 

Doolittle, T. B., Bridgeport, Conn. Electric vote-annunciator 



Date. 



Dopp, W. H., Bufialo, assignor of two-thirds interest to F. C. Candee, New York, N. Y. 

Nut-lock , 

Dorchester, E., et tU. (See Baird, O. D., assignor.) 
Dore, B. (See Hawkins, L. P., assignor.) 
Dore, B., et aL (See lioss & Miller, assignors.) 

Same (See Ross, J. G., assignor.) 

Doremus, D., et aL (See Van Derzec, C, assignor.) 

Doremns, AV. T., New York, N. Y. Chair seat and back 

Same Seat for chairs, &c 

Same Osoillating-chair , 

Same Furniture-spring ., .^ 

Same Cradle .* 

Same Chair 

Same Furniture-spring 

Same same 

Same Spring for chairs, 6cO 

Same same 

Doring, E. N., New York, N. Y. Sofa-bed 

Dorman, L., Willimantio, Conn., assignor to C. W. Fillmore and J. R. Miner. Wheel for 

vehicles (Reissue) . . 

Dorman, O.P. (See Betta, R W., assignor) (Design.) 

Dorman, O. P., New York, N. Y. Shirt-collar 

Doman, J., Philadelphia, J?a. Carpet (Design) . . 

Doman, J., assignor to Doman, Maybin &. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Carpet (Design) . . 

Dornan, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Carpet 

Doman, Maybin & Co. (See Dornan, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (iSto Righter, C. A., assignor) (Design.) 

Dorsett, F., sr., Chicago, III., assignor to C. Parker, Meridcn, Conn. Boot-jaok 

Dorsey, D. B., assignor of one-half interest to J. De Sha, Chillicothe, Ma Washing- 

macnino 

Dorsey, D. B., assignor of one-half interest to E. J. Marsh, Chillicothe, Mo. Carriage-top . 

Dorsey, R S., et aL (See Tucker, C. and W. H., assignors) (Reissue.) 

Dorwart, R K., Rockland, assignor to self and I. C. Winsor, Coventry, R L Revolving 
fire-arm 



Doty, E. (See Judd & Doty.) 

Doty, F. M. (See Savage & Doty.) 

Doty, J., Buffalo, N. Y. Feeding-mechanism for rock-drills 

Doty, J. W., Lockport, N. Y. Bob-sled 

Dot\', L., Frankfort, III. Device for baling hay 

Doty, W.M., New York, N.Y. Lifting-jack 

Doubleday, H. H. (See Foster, T. N., assiji^or) (Reissue.) 

Donbleday, M. C, Sharon, Vt Car-coupUng , 

Doubler, J. W. H., West Alden, N. Y. 'Harvester-cutter , 

Sara Harvester , 

Same Whip-socket 

Same same 

Doubrava, F., and J. Staib, Hartford, Conn. Wood blocks for flooring , 

Doud, E., Oshkosh, Wis. Sieve for grain-separators 

Doud, J. W., Ward's Comer, Iowa. Cultivator 

Dougherty, J.. Somerville, Mass. Pot for melting class 

Dougherty. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of steel 

Doughty, C. H., Newburgh, N. Y. Candlestick 

Doughty, S. H., Nyack. N. Y. Buckle 

Douglas, C. A., Franklin, N. Y. Milk-cooler 

Douglas. C. H., Hartford, Conn. Cooking-stove 

Douglas, J. W., assignor to W. and B. Douglas, Middletown, Conn. Pump 

Douglass, B. (See Brereton, R., assignor.) 

Douglass, G., Bridgeport, Conn. Snike-bar , 

Douglass, J. A., and J. Wagner, saiu Douglass assignor to said Wagner, Chester Springs, 
Pa. Mjichine for shaving hoops 



Jnly 99, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Oct. 28,1873 
Sept 16. 1873 

Juno 17, 1878 
Mar. 4,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 

Jan. 38,1873 

July 8,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
June 24, 1873 



Dec 2,1873 
Jan. 7. 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 

July 29, 1873 



Mar. 18, 1873 
Nov. 4, 18TJ 
June 3, 1873 
Jnly 8.1873 



Oct. 14,1873 
Aug. 26. 1873 



Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

June 

June 

June 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec 



7,1873 
18,1873 
18,1873 

8,1873 
29,1873 
17,1873 
24, 1873 
24, 1673 
28,1873 
18, 1873 

9,1873 



July 29, 1873 

Apr. 8,1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 



Oct 7, 1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Deo. 23,1873 



Sept 2,1873 



July 15, 1873 
Sept 16, 1673 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Feb. 

July 

Sept 

Oct 

Oct 

June 

Aug. 

July 

Jan. 

June 

Feb. 

May 

Nov. 

July 

Nov. 



25,1873 
29,1873 
16,1873 
28,1873 
28,1873 
10,1873 
12,1873 

1,1873 
14, 18TJ 
10,1873 
25,1873 

6,1873 
11,1873 
22,1873 
25,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



OfflcUl 
Gazette. 



I 



813 
295 

645 
514 

419 

60 

670 

771 

307 
364 

!m 

339 

756 



14 
144 
340 

272 
415 

813 



500 

127 

50 

307 



259 

748 



89 
540 
540 
297 
986 
473 
702 
703 
603 
430 
328 

1,018 

242 



Oct 28,1873 
Feb, 11,1873 



322 



10 

479 
634 



49 



380 
515 
215 
742 

760 
815 
516 
646 
647 
204 
215 
119 
276 
320 
770 
17 
240 
606 
691 

647 

239 






966 
100 
912 
175 

131 
21 
216 
249 
950 
104 
117 
200 
108 
939 



5.6 

46 

108 

88 
140 

966 



186 
42 
16 

104 



86 
247 



28 
179 
179 

92 
310 
149 
221 
221 
199 
145 
110 

330 

74 



107 



158 
908 



17 



131 

175 

68 

235 

249 

266 

176 

213 

213 

67 

68 

41 

90 

99 

249 

6 

81 

204 

233 

913 

75 



I 

i 
4 

4 
4 

3 
3 
3 



4 
3 
4 
3 
3 



4 

3 
3 

4 
4 



3 
4 
3 
4 



4 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



3 
3 
8 
4 



4 
4 



4 
4 

4 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 

4 

3 



f 



110 
514 
461 
306 

666 
250 
102 

110 

44 

168 
76 
47 

701 



587 
18 
47 

165 
998 

110 



309 

489 

613 

45 



410 
292 



14 
196 
196 
392 
479 
(70 
607 
697 
457 
536 
624 

126 

388 

70 

185 

280 



381 

191 
673 



246 



59 
306 
160 
451 

225 
110 
306 
461 
461 
641 
160 
18 
42 
650 
225 
499 
509 
86 
568 

461 

158 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
AlphaieHcal lUt e/foUitket for t%t year 1873— ContiDned. 



Name, reddenoe, uid 



il 



I>oD|;laH, W., Plttelinrirb, Pa., ud J. H. Brown. TanDintawn, Olilo. Bteam-lioiler . , 
, DouglitH.W. sndB. tSitDonalim,J.Vr.,aaiilzBor.) 



I Uow, G. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. rropelling tbmoIb 

: Dowil, B. M., SaTsUtga Spring*, tmd WV W. Dond, jr. North Grai 

I I)owllng,RIT.,aM 
Howling, T.W.Pf 



ivll1o,N. 7. PotBlo- 






S,518 

143,218 

133.186 
138, OU 



IK maolil 

_,_. _. „_jaine.. 

a Hudson City, N. J, Pun and iwncil CB 
J., UiU hell, Iowa. Eorae bay-reko 



Downing, E. H., and W. Joint. Lvnn, U 
Downing, J. F., Erie, Pa. Cliild » chiiii 



nj[.J'F.uid W,,£[ie,Pii. IV'lieel ror tc 



Dowii..„ 

Downing. L. H., North A , . 

DowninK.W. (&« Downing, J. 1 __ 

Doi>DlDKW.H..BBslgnoTariin«-balriD(ereBttoB.MusetL,SbainbnrKh,Pa. Rope-cUmp. 

DowM, H.O., Sense. I-»]lB,N.T. Car-»ilo l»i 

Downa,T. B., and W. D. Morris, Jofltraon Cllv, Mo, Stool for denbJ-cbain... 

; Downs.W. C, ProTldonce,B.I. Snction-boso 

' " n- ~ -. -. '"„ HarringloB. I„ MBignor.' 



.. Deo. 23,18 
. Bepl.30,ie 

.. fA. II. le 
May e,ie 

.. Jaly 15.18 



i Downs, W. E^ 1 



1-10,686 
138. Ml 



n. R. L,CoiliEsville,"lV."''MSdH'nmriwM'iator 

I D.., I,-, J. A. and J. A. Murpby, LancMter, Pa. Printer's gaUey-n 

I>i\li'. a. (SHConnoll.T. J. D.. usignor.) 

Di.jJi, W., (toL (,S« Zpllors, T, A„ osBignor.) | 

' Dojle, W,, Birmingbani. Pa. Jelly-nlass ' (Rtiiiauo) . . I . 

I Doyle, W., Albany, N. Y. Parlor-ito™ (Deiign).. . 

Doyle, W^Blnnlneham.Pa. Jeiry-tumbler I: 

I Doyle. W., Albany, N. y. Base-bnrning alove |, 

SaniD S&jTelfg : 

. Doyle, W. H. (&w Slimely, W, H., aaolgnor.) 

Drake, A. J., Middletown. N. T. Biitlor-tub \', 

I Drake. E., Stongbton. aulKDor to seU and J. S. Smith. Loicesler, Mosa. Combined | 

I percoMion and time-tnae lor abolls 

■ Drake. H., Attleborougb, Man. CarriaEe^jnrlalo fiiatonlnn ' ■ 

Drake, H. L., Lynn, rfigg. Heel-plate i 

Drako, J. B.. tioslien, Jnd. 3a«-sharpeu lug device i ! 

Drake, M.D..Treiilon,Ky. Scaffold '. 

Drake, M. M. <K« Hunt. L., assignor.) 

" ' •- ■■ — • -- - ■.il.jiistablB ingot-mold !l 



Lioguisher - i Deo- 



r,..G. (SmLaflln, P., assignor.. 

j Drapor. G.. Hopodale, Mass. Spindle.bali 



Saiue SplDning-frame 

Draper, G., and Son. iSet JenckeH, W.. assignor; 
' Draper. G, X.. admlnletralor. (See Dranor. J.) . . 

! Draper, 1. U., Neff T..rk. N. r. Frott-fork 

I Draper. J., deeeaaed, by G. H. Draper, admlnlitn 
I (EileDsio 



ir, Brooklyn, N. Y. Skelelon-skii 



' Draper, O. M. (Sk Drsi 



North AttleboroDgh. , __„ .. _. _ ,-, _— 

Ornamental cbaln.link (Design).. 

(DoBign).. 

(Design).. 



Draper, W.F. (Sk Bancroft, J. B., BMigoor.! 

Drassor, C., Chicago, Ul. Slate 

Drelier, A., Clevelsud, Ohio. Keedmrgan 

Dressel, U., Springfield. Tt. SUfUng.rait for CBrriogdeai 

DreuBike, J., New York, N. Y. Bottom for beds, &o 

Drew, J., Wenono, 111. Lightning.rod 

Drew, J. C. Antra ro. Me. Lestlng.Jack for boots 

Drcyer, a, assignor (o W. H. French. Philadelphia, Pi 



JnlyiE, 
July iS, IB 
July SB, IB 

. Mar. II. IK 
. Apr. 1,1B 
. July an, 18 



(Ueslg 



Conter-pieco for ceilings. 



jter.plecerorcoillng8 (Dcgign). 

(Set Dnisny It Drevor.) 

ratting cigar-iigliion 



Dreyer, H, (Set Dnlsny li Dreyoi 
Driessletn. C. L., Chicogo, HI. Mi 
Drips, W. B.. Ulnolnnatl. Ohio. I._ 
■"-T, J.. Marysville, Cal, Mortlsli 



Driver, J.. Marysville, Cal, MortHlng-niaohine 

Drown. W. A., Jr.. Philadelphia. Pa. Umbrelbi-siipporter. . 
Dram, W. 0. (S« Strawn it Drum.) 



>ki>o.N."Y. Ci^ ro'r'pDc1!M''books . 

u..uw.,u. „. ,uc[ Stewart & Dobler) 

DuBols, C.iFlBhkill Landing, N.Y. Elevator 

Dn Bois, F. N„ Now York. N. Y. Tool for use in lacing 

Dulk)la,U.M..KS8ignorto»elf andW.Fi 

Du Bols. O., San Jns«, Cal. Track^loarenor narveaun 

Dn Brol, N., Chicago, HI. Clgar-moLd 

Do Chst<«<i^A^ and J. D. Williams, Green Bay, Wis. Foldlng-pall .. 



■g bolts 

■lphia.Pa. Hub 



inlB.P.B'..S. .. . 
Bchine'for boots and si 



d G. B. Bigolow, 



52 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 



Alphaheiioal lUt of patentees for the year 1873 — Coutinoed. 



Na 



135,787 

140, 2r>8 
141,8(>0 
137,tf98 

, 138,139 

137, 705 
134,738 

145,283 
145, 284 
145,285 
139,303 
137, 899 

139,779 
141.125 
141,861 
142,684 
145, 994 



141,771 
145, 933 
137,662 
142, 561 
136,224 
138,741 
143, 120 
139,304 

142, 6K5 
145, 409 
144, 021 
143, 889 
143,890 



144, 075 
136,713 
144.517 
141,040 
140,190 
137,663 
143, 561 

145,493 



141,264 
142,998 
142, 997 
135, 471 
131,739 



136,493 



141,862 

137, 189 

135, 530 

144, 518 

137, 664 

136, 979 

142,377 

145, 635 
138,384 
136, 494 

140, 486 

145,339 



143,229 
l.n, 131 
134,526 
139,126 
140, 406 
140, 485 
142,686 
137, 424 
135, 788 
142, 087 



Kame, residenoo, and invenUon. 



Dachcmin, W., aMij^or to G. B. Bigelow, trnstee, BostoD, Mass. Scwiogmaclilne for ) 
boots and shoes > 

Dachemin, W., assignor to W. Duchemiu, trasteo, Boston, Mass. Turned shoe 

Ducker, W. M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sectional folding-franie for boats 

Duckworth, J. C., Mount Carmel, Conn., assignor by mesne assignment to G. Orompton, ) 
Worcester, Mass. Loom > 

Duckworth, W. B., Hamden, assignor to J. McLagon and H. Smith, Kew Haven, Conn. 
Clutch for machinery 



Date. 



Dudgeon, R., Now York, N. Y. Hydraulic Jack 

Dudley, G. D., assignor to E. P. Woods, D. Sherwood, and C. H. Latham, Lowell, Mass. 

Caster-stand , 

Same Wire-stand or holder , 

Same Wire-bottle stand 

Same Wire 

Dudley, G. S., Dixon, Cal. Grain raker and loader 

Dudley, R., Erie, Pa. Torsion-spring for vehicles 

Dudley, W. J. (See Jamison, S. w., asuignor.) 

Dueber, J. C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Watch-case 

Same Manufacture of push-top for watches , 

Same — . . Manufacture of watch-case centers 

Same Watch-case latch 

Duccker, C, Lively Grove, 111. Spring for the seats of vehicles 

Duenz, E., administratrix. (See Bodmer, C.) 
Duenz, J. A., administrator. (See Bodmer, C.) 

Diierstock, By Cincinnati, Ohio. Stove 

Duesler, D., Coldwatcr, Mich. Grain-cradle 

Duff, J. B., New York, N. Y. Governor 

DufToe, E., assignor to self and H. M. Bragg, Haverhill, Mass. Wool-<lrving frame 

Duffield, W. C, assignor to self and J. A.Taris, Wheeling, W. Va. Privy indicator... 

Duflfber, E., Vicksburgh, Miss. Automatic fan 

Duflher, W., Jasper, Ind. Stump-extractor 

Duffy, E., Oakland, Cal. Saw sharpening and setting machine 

Dufour, F. R. (See Siebenthal, A., assignor.) 

Dugan, New York, N. Y. Casing for bottles 

Dngan, J. H., Bloom field, N. J. Kinsiug alkaline solutions from treating straw , 

Dugan, J. H., and G. Moncrief, Stoneham, Mass. Umbrella 

Dugdale, E., Griffin, Ga. Coffee substitute 

Same same 

Duggan, H. C. (See Warwick & Duggan.; 
Ducuid, H. L. (See Hisley, J. P., assignor.) 

Dulany, J. J., and H. Dreyer, OaklandT Tex. Process for destroying ants 

Dumont, J. F., Kansas City, Mo. Butter-bucket 

Du Motay, C. M. T., Paris, France. Manufacture of baryta 

Dunbar, E.L., Bay City, Mich. Faucet-attachment 

Dunbar, R., Buffalo, N. Y. Safety-platform for elevators 

Dunbrack, C. H., Jacksonville, HI. Wash-boiler 

Dnnbrack, C. S., Swampsoott, Mass. Boot and shoe channeling machine 

Duncan, C. H. (See Williams, A. M., assignor.) 

Duncan, G. W., Colombia, Mo. Flood-fence 

Duncan, H. L., et aL ' (See Buford, A. G., assignor.) 
Duncan, H. N. (See Michael 6c Duncan.) 

Duncan, J., and W. H. Arnold, Buchanan, Mich. Hub-boring machine 

Duncan, J. L., Fremont, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Duncan, R. A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mangle 

Duncan, S., assigQor of one-half interest to J. D. Owen, Syracuse, N. Y. Stove-grate 

Duncan, W., Leoanon, N. H. Mop-head 

Dungan, G. W. (See Wasson, Powers & Dnngan.) 
Dungan, M. D. (See Dungan, W. W., assignor.) 

Dungan, W. W., assignor to M. D. Dungan, Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for steering 
vessels by steam 



Dunham, G., TJnionvllie, Conn. Machine for making paper-bags. 



Dunham, G. B., assignor to S. G. Buzzell Sc Co., L3mn, Mass. Bufilng-roandrel 

Dunham, T. R., Newark, N. J. Shawl-strap 

Dunkelberger, H.G., Shamokin, Pa. Culinary utensil 

Dunkerly, J. (See Jones and J. and J. Dunkeflv.) 

Dunkerly, W. and W. H., jr., Woonsocket, R. 1. Hand printing-press 

Dunkerly, W. H., jr. (See Dunkerly, W. and W. H., jr.) 

Dunklee, B. F., Concord, N. H. Circular-saw bench , 

Dunklee, B. W., Boston. Masa. Cooking-range (Extension).. 

Dunks, C. H., New York. N. Y. Spring bed-bottom 

Dunlap, G. M., Springfield, Ohio. Thill-coupling 

Dunlap, J. C. Moffat^ Creek, Va. Feed-regulator for grinding-mills 

Dunlap. S., R^me, Ga. Spring bed-bottom 

Dunn, C. A. (See Little, J. R., assignor.) 

Dunn, G. R., Newark, N.J. Seal-lock 

Dunn, P. (See Harris &, Dunn.) 

Dunn, W. G., assignor of one-half interest to G. S. Harrall, Fairland, Ind. Railway -rail 
joint. 



Feb. 11,1873 

June 24, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 9,1873 
May 27, 1873 
Apr. 15,1873 

June 10, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Sept. 9,1873 
Dec 30,1873 



Aug. 

Dec 

Apr. 

Sept 

Feb. 

May 

Sept 

May 



12,1873 
30, 1873 
8,1873 
9, 1873 
25,1873 
13,1873 
23, 1873 
27, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Sept 9,1873 
Dec 9, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Oct 21,1873 



Oct 

Mar. 

Nov. 

July 

June 

Apr. 

Oct 



28, 1873 
11,1873 
11, 1873 
22,1873 
24, 1873 
8,1873 
14, 1873 



Dunning, L. O. (See Combs, E. J., assignor.) 

Dunning, W. B., Geneva, N. Y. Pipe-coupling 

Dnnton, D., Carpenters ville, HI. Temporary binder 

Dunton, TT. R., United States Army. Motor for sewing-machines 

Dunwiddie, B., Monroe Wis. Ventilating cars 

Dupr6, L. A., Donaldsonville, La. Cloth-holder for sowing-machines 

Dnpuis, G. A., Detroit, Mich. Elevating machine 

Durand, J., New York, N. Y. Button 

Dnrant, A. P., Athens, Ohio. Device for filing saws 

Durant, C. W., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for treating saccharine liquids 

Duraut, G. W. and J. B., Brvan, Tex. Fence-poet socket 

Durant, J. B. (See Durant, G. W. and J. B.) 



Dec 16,1873 



July 29, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Feu. 4, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



Mar. 25, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Apr. 8,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Apr. 19, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 
Dec 16,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 

July 1,1873 



Dec. 9, 1873 



CQ 



3G6 

757 
417 

566 



790 
454 

232 
226 
227 
227 
779 
569 

321 

718 
418 
324 

884 



329 
830 
350 
224 
770 
257 
709 
781 






(118 

ni9 

239 

136 

^77 

ins 

252 
C141 

75 
76 
76 
77 
247 
179 

100 
239 
136 

108 

287 



108 
271 
108 

73 
249 

80 
243 
248 



Sept. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

May 

July 

July 

Sept 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Sept 



30,1873 

25,1873 
7,1873 

20,1873 
1,1873 
1,1873 
9, 1873 
1,1873 

11, 1873 
9,1873 



325 


108 


333 


112 


603 


200 


466 




467 




648 




328 


108 


295 


100 


644 


217 


703 


221 


351 


108 


155 


52 


412 


135 


870 


285 


604 


205 


603 


205 


72 


23 


233 


75 


122 


39 




ri36 




1.37 


419 


^138 


760 


1 139 

1140 

251 


124 

298 


39,40 
100 


352 


109 


562 


187 


49 


17 


.^40 


177 


1,035 


326 


1 123 


40 


120 


41 


275 


92 


797 


275 


708 


235 


21 


7 


604 


189 


57 


20 


119 


.41 


326 


109 


128 


42 


373 


119 


326 


109 



Official 
Gazette. 






\ 



3 
4 



3 

V 

3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 



4 

4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



4 
4 
4 

3 
3 



r 



3 
3 
4 

3 

3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 



4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 






168 

702 
186 

427 



455 
418 

39 
616 
616 
616 
591 
428 

650 
95 
186 
280 
703 



170 
699 
397 
272 
^5 
528 
332 
591 

280 
624 
458 

4:m> 

.436 



461 
281 
514 
89 
697 
397 
402 

643 



115 
324 
324 
133 
39 



255 



187 



335 
137 
514 

397 

309 
415 
246 
653 
483 
255 

18 



OSO 

355 

332 

9 

570 
13 
18 
280 
367 
168 
280 



13S,3!n 



138,080 

mis4 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, IWS. 
Atykabelieat liet of paUuteet for Ike year 1873 — Conliaued. 



ModlLilj ; OlHcLal 



KamF, mideuce, aoi) IdtcdUoh. 



Dnrbin,J.F., Pana, III. Wagonbrake . . 
l>nrf*B, J.R., CWhkoab, Win. Bridirp.... 
Darfee. W. F. («« Georgi.^it I>nrfee._) 

Dnrint, " 



cntlJiie-macbiiie.. 
DiiBtiu, J. E. BBBleni 



... . _. L. aod W.G. Brown, WblteUcia,!.'. H.. and A. Ordway, 

Dutchw, F. J„ awignor ta Butcher Templi; CorapanT. Hapiilo, Mau. Locmi-loinplo , . . 
Uutcber Temple Company. {Ktf DuKher, F.J., aaMgtior.) 

Same i&vStimpson, E.S.. aaslznar.) 

Dntcher, \V. W., Hopwlale. Uaaa. Looni-temple 

Dntertre, L., San Fi'ancliicD, C'al. Cobbk-Btone racinE-machttiu 

Uiitrelh, A. E. iStt Wi1klii»n, PaMcii, I^afanEue & Diitrelli.) 

Dnfrow, B. B., Waabinaton, I).C. Rutler-pnatlng usclilne 

Du Val,B.R., Porliunoqth. Vb. Refrigerator 

Diival, J., SL Joaepb Parish, atBlgiiot. to L. O. Tbsyer, Montreal, Canada. Broccb- 

loadingflre-annB 

Dnvall, X., sBslcDor of ouo-bair lnt«reat lo A.T.Clark, Pbiladclpbla. I'a, Apparataa 

for drvingpuonretle.- .,- 

Djar, K.A„liost<iD, Mara. Cement for roofing (Eil*u»lon).. 

Djer, r.,(tiii. (&y> Arey, B., asBlnnor.) 

DjBC, LT., Oaotou, Mo. Combined over boBom and coUnr 

Dyer, J., Cblca£0, HI. Ticket priatingand regUterIng appuratna 

Dyke, L. J., Hamilton, N.Y. Cover for eoffoo-roaatera. 

Dymond, J. . Now Yutk. N. Y. Auparatiia for treatiiiB canc-juiM wilb aulpburom acid gaa 

I>yutt, fcLB.. Pbiladolpbia,Pa. Stroet-lamp 

Eacbna, J., Coawaviiii,, Pa. Sawlng-nuchino 

Eada, J.B., SaiutLonla. Mo. Bridge 

. Same...... Iron bridge. -^ ■■-. 






Iron bridge foUDikUim 

Bridge 

L„ San Franclaco. Cal. CompoalUoD for pavemeDta . - 



Ettgon,J..BftU»vil■^e■,■ohiD7'LadJCT.^.v""!'!!;^■JJ^';^"';!I^'.^"^"!J!!^^-v,■^'.';^ 

Eamea, C. J. (:»i^ Bamea, H. U.anit C. J.) 

Eames, C.J.,NewYork,N.Y. Mediated paper 

Eamea, C. J., assignor to M. E. SmiLbe, New York, N. Y. CunibuaUou^bauiber for 

Eamea, KW., Grand Rapids.' Mk'bVciiV^fffwilra-ping 

Eaiuoe, H. n.. Gold Ullt, N. C. Apparatus for separaUug, 

Eames, H. H. and C. J.. New York, N. Y. ' Apparatua for ireatiDg ores, aalpbarelih 

Eaniea. J. N., WUmiugton, asslEnor to aelf. J. Wadiworth, Newton, and tl Tomer, 

Heading, Mas*. Lever for drawing framed timber togetber 
EaricksoD. J.K.,Bnd J. R, UBrriB.SBlnt Lonia, Mo. Shaping 
packing .... 

Earl, G.W.I k'c 



and amalga. 



angiug (obaceo for 



;«,r 



Earte. J. E,, asIlRDor lo Elm City Company, Now Haven, Conn. Folding gnido tor 

EMle, jfK,'New'ni™.'CoW''lUiiw»i 

Earle, O.T., Norwalk, Conn. Bcer.faucel 



Same AllnckmoDt foriUnvl-aclingsteBln-pilnip* 

Earie, O. T., Norwalk, Conn,, and T. J. Elder, New York, N. Y. Mode of operating 



Eario, O.T., Norwalk. Conn. Hand.lever attaeb 
Earle, K.H.. St.Jobn'a, Newfoiiudlnnd. Ice-cm 
Earle, T.. Valley Faila, K. I. Keciprofalinc ibui 
Earie. W., It <i£ (.^ Smith. S.T.. aaslguor.) 
Earley, £. S,, Philadelphia. Pa. Befrigerator... 



..Cor|»t4<ooler .. 



Earii, L.J. 
Early, J.F.. Rnckersvllle. Vn. Botary 
EsHon, B., EasoDvllle, Ala. Rntary^hu 
Eart, J. Hy F1n< " " " 



Ulty, Pa. 
.ersvllle. "- 
'llle, Ala. 

™.n„„..i^ i., nestle, Teon. nce-nive 

Easterly, J., Albany, N. Y., aaaigDor to J. B. Perrs-, tn 

Basebuming stove 

Eailerly.J., Detroit. Mich. Cooklng.aWvo 

Eaates, W. T., SummilTlIle, Ind. Harreater-tako. .. 
Eaalbam, G. R. ISte SIpe, L., assignor.) 
Easlln. Vf. A.. Heiidenon County, Ky. Com. 

" " IV. Wis. SiereislD' 

Rotary fan .. 



n, H. E.. Gre. 



»m.englne 



ling apparal 



rev 



Boot, Shoe and Leather Man 



s,>lowYork,'N.r. Toy aatomalicai 



Not. <,18T3 




Sept. IB. 1873 




A^g'seliaw 




fe1:!?g 




Doe. 1(1,1873 




June 3,lff73 
May 3,iB73 




Nov. <,tBT3 




Jaly 39,1873 




Mar. 1B.IS73 
Jan. Lima 
Apr. 8.1873 
Aug. 38, 1873 
Sept. 3.187:1 
Sept. 3.1873 
a..pt. 3,1873 
Sept. 3,1873 

^o^:i^ll?^ 

JnTy 33, ISTJ 




Jan. SI, 1873 




Mar. 93. 1873 




June 3,1813 




JoDolOjlBn 




Sept 0,1873 




Feb. 18.1873 

Feb. 35,1873 

Oct. 38.ien 




May 13,1873 




May 37, 1873 
D«L 30.1873 

Aug. 36. 1873 
Ang. 38, 1873 
Aug. 36, 1873 




Ang. 18, 1673 
SepL 9,1873 

Ang. »! 1873 




Fet 11,1873 




Jnly«,lS73 




July 33, 19T3 




Jan. 31, im 

Jan! 14|l873 
Dec a,lS73 




Sept. 9,1BT3 




Sept. 23, 1873 




June 3i 1873 





i 

m 

374 


91 




Si 


3a 




1 


ii 






1 




398 






!g 


"■339' 




a! 


180 





J 



54 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical Uet of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



143, 891 

143.892 
143, 449 
143, 971 



136, 981 

141. 128 
140.260 
140,902 

144, 894 

145,636 

142,008 
134,790 
138,489 
141,129 



134, 865 
142,777 
5,450 
146, 05< 
139,559 
140, 407 
141.041 
140,997 

1-35, 211 

142,844 
145, 852 
136,982 

143, 450 
143, 503 
137,900 

137, 425 

5,519 

134,866 
134, 867 

134.868 
135,531 

138, 869 
i:tt, 870 

139,128 
139,129 
140, 487 
140,488 

140, 489 
141,772 

141, 773 

141,774 
141,775 
141,776 
141,777 
142,688 

142, 999 
141,211 
143, 680 
141,498 
143, 751 
145, 731 
145, 495 
139,560 

139, 501 



134. 528 
134. 529 
135,324 

145,098 
142, 155 
1.36, 047 

136, 144 

142,383 
5.342 
5,436 

136,311 



139, 710 
i:i4,869 
137,602 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Eaton, L F., assizor to self and E. Bolitho, Brooklyn, N. T. Means for fastening 

onttons 

Same Batton-fastcning 

Eaton. J., Atlanta, 111. 8iding-gago 

Eaton, T. W., Chicago, 111. Stcam-elcvator 

Eau Clairo Lumber Company. {See Pond, L. W., assignor.) 

Eayrs, W. P., assignor of one-half interest to T. E. Stewart, Boston, Mass. Rotaryeugino 

Same same 

Ebbitt, W., New York, N. Y. Carbrake 1 

Same Steani-noxzlo 

Ebbs, W.F. {See Eckert, A. L., assignor) (lloissiie.) 

Ebeling, T., Sau Francisco, Cal. Spring-power 

Eberly,D.B., Pine Village, Ind. Cultivator 

Ebert, J. H., and E. Pitts, Decatur, 111. Apparatus for steaming 

Eby, II. n., Mendota, 111. Cob-carrier for corn-shellors 

Eby, P., and M. B. Fenninger, Kinzor's Post-Offtco, Pa. Insulator for telegraph-lines 

Eccles, J., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to self and S. Eccles, jr., Baltimore, Md. Fric- 

tionlcss Journal and shaft-bearing 

Eccles, S., jr. (See Eccles, J., assignor.) 

Same {See Thoms, J. B., assignor.) 

Ecclcston, S. S., South New Berlin, N. Y. Lifting-jack 

Eckel, G., Richmond. Ind. Stove-pipe holder 

Eckert, A. L., Newark. N. J., assignor to W. F. Ebbs. Hand-punch (Reissue) . . 

Eckstein, F., New York. N. Y. Cane 

Eddy,G. W., Waterford, N. Y. Stop-cock 

Same Stop-valve 

Sam e same 

Eddy, L., Taunton, Mass. Knife 

Edgar, B., Espy, Pa. Washing-machine 

Edgar. C, Dayton, Ohio. Horse hay -rake •- 

Same Horse-rake 



Edgar, T. W., Espy, Pa. Means of snubbing canal-boats 

Edge, J. S., jr. {i^e Deeley & Edge.) 

Edge, W. C, Newark, N. J. Wire fabric 

Same Manufacture of watch-chains and bracelets 

Edgell, F., Buflalo, N. Y. Pen and pencil case 

Ed^erton, H. H., Fort Wayne, Ind. Sealing dip-pipes in gas works 

Edison, T. A. {See Pope Sc Edison.) (Reissue.) 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J., assignor by mesne asnignment to the Gold and Stock 
- Telecraph Company, New York, N.Y. I*rinting-telcgraph. (Reissue). 

Edison, T. A., Newark. N.J. Printing-telegraph instrument 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J., assignor to self and G.Harrington, Washington, D. C. 

Automatic telegraph-instrument 

Same Electromagnetic adjuster 

Same Circuit for chemical- telegraphs 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J. Printing-telegraph 

Edisou, T. A., Newark, N. J., assignor to the Gold and Stock Telegraph Company, New 

York, N. Y. Printing-telegraph 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same Circuit for printing-telegraphs 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J. Circuit for automatic or chemical telegraphs 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J., assignor to self and G. Harrington, Washington, D. C. 

Circuit for automatic-telegraphs 

Same Chemical-telegraphs 

Same Perforator for automatic-telegraphs 

Same .Circuit for automatic-telegraphs 

Same Relay-magnet 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J ., assignor to the Gold and Stock Telegraph Company, New 

York, N. Y. Electric -regulator for transmittiug-iuHtrumen ts 

Edison, T. A., Newark, N. J. Galvanic-battery 

Edmande, A. B., Sangus, Mass. Eyelet-setting machinery 

Edmonds, G., New Orleans, La. dar-couplin 



fd-l 



Edmonston, R. A., Georgetown, 1). C. Scaffold-support 

Edson, J., Bo.ston, Mass. Pump 

Edson, J., assignor of one-half intcrcHt to J. Clark, Boston, Mass. Hose-coupling 

Edson, J. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Recording steam-gage! 

Edson, W., assignor to American Stop-Motion Company, Boston, Mass. Stop-mechanism 

for looms 

Edward, M. L., Salem, Ohio. Cutter for meat and vegetables 

Edwards, A. (<SVc Andrews, A. F., assignor.) 

Edwards, A. {See Wyl6, J. H., assignor.) 

Edwards, A., New Haven, Conn., assignor to A. li. Edwards, Chicago, III. Fruit-drier . 

Same Lumber-drier 

Same A pparatns for treating offal 

Edwards, A. R. {See Edwards, A., a8.sigiior.) 

Edwards, C. E., assignor to S. S. Whit«, Philadelphia, Pa. Dental drilling-machine 

Edwards, C. H. , assignor to L. C. Boyington, Chicago, 111. Gas-regulator 

Edwards, D., Melbourne, Victoria. Cultivator 

Edwards, E., London, England. Machine for mixing and kneading dough 

Edwards, F. C, Chicago. 111. Cut-off nozzle for drawing liquor 

Edwards. (K A., and G. Schieder, Syracuse, N. Y. Shuttle for sewing-machine. . (Reissue) . 

Same same 

Same same 

Edwards, G. B., et al {See Culmer, J. W., asHignor.) 
Edwards, G. W., et al. {See Hotlingor, A., assignor.) 

Edwards, J., New York, N. Y. Match-nlaue 

Edwards, J. L., Cochranville, Pa, Folaing fe«d-box 

Edwards, W., Cleveland, Ohio. Folding ironing-table 



Oct. 21,1873 
Oct. 21.1873 
Sept. 2,1873 
Oct, 28,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
July 15, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
May 6,1873 

July 22, 1873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 
June 3,18TJ 
July 1,1873 
July 22, 1873 
July 22, 1873 

Jan. 28,1873 

Sept. 16, 1873 
Dec 23, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Sept, 2,1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 



Aug. 5,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Jan. 14.1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Feb. 4. 1873 
May 13, 1873 

May 13, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
July 1,1873 
July 1, 18rj 
Julv 1,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Aug. 12, 18TJ 
Aug. 12, 1873 



Sept 

Sept 

July 

Oct 

Aug. 

Oct 

Dec 

Dec. 



9.18TJ 
23, 18TJ 
29. 18TJ 
14,1873 

5, 18rj 
21. 1873 
23,1873 
16, 1873 



Juno 3,1873 
June 3, 18rJ 



JaiL 7, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 

Dec 2,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Feb. 18.1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Sept 2,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Juno 3,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 



June 10, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 



Monthly 


Official 


volome; 


Gazette. 


• 


• 




«$ 


s. 


i 


•o 


? 


^ 


p 


> 
4 


^ 


167 


157 


436 


468 


157 


4 


436 


114 


36 


4 


251 


555 


184 


4 


454 


563 


1187 

: 188 


^ 


309 


721 


240 


4 


95 


759 


240 


3 


702 


500 


168 


4 


68 


633 


215 


4 


563 


541 


C177 
{178 


V 


653 


548 


181 


4 


197 


277 


90 


3 


42 


19 


7 


3 


499 


722 


240 


4 


95 


343 


109 


3 


48 


417 


140 


4 


298 


618 


195 


3 


682 


938 


302 


4 


708 


100 


34 


3 


617 


57 


90 


4 


13 


644 


217 


4 


69 


607 


204 


4 


86 


673 


C217 
(218 


V 


IDS 


469 


159 


4 


302 


736 


241 


4 


681 


565 


188 


3 


309 


115 


36 


4 


251 


89 


30 


4 


388 


570 


179 


3 


428 


129 


42 


3 


367 


183 


58,59 


4 


UO 


344 


109 


3 


48 


345 


110 


3 


' 48 


346 


110 


3 


48 


125 


40 


3 


137 


3C7 


114 


3 


,537 


368 


114 


3 


538 


605 


189 


3 


570 


606 


190 


3 


570 


121 


41,42 




18 


122 


42 




18 


124 


43 




18 


331 


108 




170 


331 


109 




170 


332 


109 




170 


333 


109 


4 


170 


.334 


110 




170 


335 


110 




170 


327 


109 




280 


605 


205 




:t24 


815 


267 




110 


261 


86 




410 


80 


25 




141 


348 


116 




427 


636 


208 




673 


414 


136 




643 


102 


34 


3 


617 


51 


16 


3 


613 


24 


8 


3 


9 


25 


8 


3 


9 


775 


251 


3 


110 


56 


17 


4 


590 


700 


231 


4 


218 


604 


199 


3 


201 


711 


<229 
{230 


V 


221 


58 


19 


4 


246 


226 


69 


3 


375 


185 


60 


3 


624 


847 


273 


3 


231 


255 


80 


3 


645 


346 


110 


3 


48 


299 


92 


3 


393 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1673. 

Alphabetical litt of patented for the sear 1873 — Continned. 



55 



Uh, 853 F.gKO, F^ uslgnoT of one-l 
HS. 778 Kg^nr. F. J.. Springflelil, O 



Edward*, W. C, West WiDstod, Conn. Walerwhoel 

EgBD, G.A.pCovipgton.Ky, Stock-Oar 

EiO»n,K., NewYurlt, N.y. Foldlni:-»*at fnr Mreet-ralliroy car 

Egbert. F. L.. eiHutrlT. (^m BanieB. 8. H.) (ItvlHue.) 

F.ggo, F^ aaslgnoT of ane-bair imnreBt to F. W. Snii tb, BrldGciwrt, Cimit. Padlock 

TT ri V s-^ — n.i.i nti, CarpeMBRlooper.... 

ir bv mwoe auiutunent of one-half interest (n E. R. Kd- 
catlnc-aile for Tehicle* (Iteianie.).. 

EglyrJ^C.l'Phii^oJp'hia, Pa. SewibK-irBchiiiViiVer.bouk!'."//////.!;^.! !'.'." !""".'.'." 
EhrenberK,T.,KewTork.K, Y. Ribbon-block 

, EichBobcrger^. B., and C. «. lllnkly. BuMon City, Ohio. Nnt-lock 

I Elchholt!,G.W., Now Berlin. 111. Vly-lrnp 

I Eickenieyer.K. Yniiker8.N.Y. MBchiaeror Btrelcbing bat-boilivs 

I Same Stenin pump 

Same Hat-pros* 

I Samt Meobanicnl moYcmont 



Hl,33« I 
141, S» I 
114,841 



136, es3 
136, 4a« 



lAIGO 

,1«.8R3 
145,995 



m<i«5 
13«,KM 



..Hel-proM 

. .Hat atrotcblng nincblne. ■ . 

..Eipan^blehai-WDck .... 
..Macblne for lusloriDg bati 
..I-oDing-mill 



Elghmc, U„ Chicago, III. Harm 



carriagog 

Elbreg, O., Braiil, Ind- Uicblno for inlniug coal- . . 

Elder, D. D.. Pbllaltelnhls, Pa. Sbow-fniiB - . .- 

Elder.J,l---,BUin.iille,PB. Hallway 



i!,'j.'v.'i). Dnlitiil.Mlcb-* Sowl 



I. Wilcoi, Peteraburgh, 111. Toii-prop for 



., Dnlitiil. Mlcli- SowluE-idacl 



Etdridge, 1). D., La Fayette, Ind. Kallwayra.. 

Elklna, W. L., Fblladelubia, Pa. Paint for oil-bBi-Tfls, &c 

ElkinloD. T.,Pbllado1pliia.FL Canopied clmir 

EllaoottJ.P. (&« Slmpwrn i Elbicolt.) 

Elllng. C. tSa Uoll k Elllog.) 

Elliot, A.. andJ.O.WoodHanl.Tatintoti.Mau. Brick-nuchlne 

"■■■ - G.,Sainf ' " " ' '"- 



July 15, 1873 
Joly S9, 1873 
Joty ai, lB7:i 



Monthly Official 



t,W.lI„Plat(oburgh,ai 



ti-ige... 



o E. Kon 






IB, UloD, N. Y. I>alehedca 



Elliott. K.H.,Cbarle»lowD, Maes. CarriajiP-oOTCf 

Elllott,G. R.aBBlenoTtoself and P. UorriU, DoMDD,MaBS. 4]aine-bDard 

Elliott. J.. J. P. Harrington, and W. E. Dairenporl, BBalgnora to Erie Car ^Vorka. Erie, Pa. 

Dumping-car 

Elliott. J.y.,ForeB(,Ill. Siding-hook 

' ' " Cholsea, Mass., as^^or to Dnion SteBO Company. Maohlr ' ' 



1., Chi 



bliildTng-'bi^ff _ 

Mold for caatiiig molda 

li-lsog, MasH. Mactlne for nbarpeDing harri-HI 



...(lll-lBBI 



.. MaDBB< 



ElliotI 

Elliott, „. 

Elliott, W.B-, Corning, N.Y. Stove,. 

Elliott, W. H., Uion, N. Y. Cartridge-box 

ElUa, A., rt al. {Sti JaokBoo, L. G,, aHlgnor.) 

ElliB,B.F., Nowlon.Pft. Toj-ira«iie 

BlllB, C, G. W.. and J, D., Philadelphia, Pa. 1 
Elli«.C.A. (SMSkldnioro,-\V.n.,BBBiKnor.) 
EmB,C.H. {SHHaledsEllla.) 
ElllB.G.W. (»(Eni»,C.,O.W..andJ.D,) 
EUls, (i.W.,Lynn,Maaa.,asBignDr' 



r-knlvp. 



BrookB, Irustee, Ua- 

.„._ » .„. ,—,.,..„„ (Iteliane). 

ElIii>,G. TV., and C. W. Glidden, Sloooham, Ub<w, atsicnnniby mi-BnensBlgDnif-Dt to J.W. ; 
" * ' ~ Uacblner; for nttacbitig heoia to boola and ahoci and pDii»hing tbe 



E the lifU of boots and ahor: 



EUia. H. A., Sprlngdold, Maai 
Ellla, H. R tStt Crotch, S. L., 



. _ _..._ L., aBaignor.) 

Ellla. J., and N. UoHmaD. East Covontry. and J. l/fr, PolUtowD. Pa. Tbrashi 
Ellis, J. A. H.| aulgDot to Co-operaliTe UanuCaeluiing Company, SpringBeli 



Ellla. J.B.,Waahiniton,D.C. Filler 

Ellis, J. D. (SR!E111^C., G.W., and J.l).) 

Ellis. J. M., asBlgDor to IloolltilD HanufacturlDg Company, Urldgoporl, Cona. Coil- 
spring carter and belt 

Ellis, J. W., Camden, N.J. Tnoiing-tool 

Ellis, K. J., LlTcrpoof , England. Tulmlar fliv-bar and connocting-boaiing 

ElllH, S. K., Waltbam, Mara. Claap for stock Inc-Bappoilets 

Ellis, W. C. 'Worfester, Mass, Piano-forte hrlflge 

Same Pianojtring bridge 

Ellla, Z.,PhlbdcIpbia, Pa. Anchor for securing rores (Rrisaue}. 

»... — . o ..,_ ■.,.... w -B- ^_,. — ... (Di'Blgn). 



Elllso 



. A.S.. HewYork.N 
. J.C.,a ■ 



toaelf an 



, Collarette . . 



D.N,B 



?1. Pldlaclelpbia. Pa. Loom for' 



El]swortb,K 



^3oi 



. Toiiacoo-drying hooso, .. 



May i!0, 1(173 698 



l>.-n 


a, 1873 






































Apr 





KKi 


1F5 




604 


£69 

334 
ll!9 




153 


143 




125 
1,036 


3Sfl 




lai 


sa 




69e 


40 
43 


J^ 


607 


S 




i 


1 




018 


KU4 




619 


>,. 


i 




J 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetiatl li»t of paientrei for t\tyear 1873— Coutlnned. 



HoDlhly Officii 
—' JG«Mtle. 

171 



Ellxood, M.. GltnTd, Ohio. IndicatOT and low-va 
I Elm City Caiupany. (*« Cro«bj i Ki'lloug, ««l| 

Sunc (^Eirk.J.E., aHliiDar.) 

! Blmrr.E.S.. Hud»Ki,N.Y. ^•-UlUv howHMilplii 



, J.B., aHljEDor.) 
. UruaUvh«<-H> 

eIIIIw; w,"i;?U"Y^rf.V. ■G»t^^K1^*lfo^■hmtini^4o^^"^^^'.■.■.■.■.■.■.■.'.■.■^H;■iB 

auoe M»Eofa*tureoriDflaiuiiiiib(ej[aBMforfu.l,4e (Kcie 



£1mr 



...MsDntactureof lIlumiiiallaEKiu... 
, ._. <S« WarHpId A Elmer.) 
, W. H.. Berlin. Wit Turblno wder-irhgrl... 



Blmsltr.G.,- 

Eluiwer.M., BrooklvD.N. r. Kolmry^oeliio.... 

ElsFj, G., Stprllne, 111. Bacneu and oddTu pad... 

Same Waahboard 

Same Slori'-pliip alrow her, kc 

Elalon, W. H., Uaralisri.Mioh. Carburetor 

Bltoahpsd, G. W., luuliinDr lo wlf and W. Grrkliar 

Elw«rd.J.H.,Salutl'aul,Mlun. Uan-wl.-c 

Elwanl.J. H., Polo.Ill aame 

BiKBTd, J. H.. Saint Pant, Minn Hmo 



Els-ard.J. H., aertgnor taSalotPauI Camator Worka, iteliit I'aui. Mlun. Ilarvpsi 
Elnell, H. U., awlsDor to Narwalk Lock Couinany, South Non-Blk, Cdod. Uout-lai: 

SaniB Doorknob 

Klffood, K.. and B. L. Pitcher. Sycamon-, 111. Cultivator 

Ely, 0. L., Branford, Conn "— ' '- 

Ely,E.A 

Eiy.F.W 



Apr. 8,18 

Kov. 4, IS 
May 13. 18 

FeU 9S. IS 
Aug. \i Ml 

AnB.IO 
.JAog-W 



S,1FC 
131! W9 



_..,. (Sm wdliM-. O. A., awlBMM 

BIn-nhacfer. G. (5m Van EBonel & EtzenhaefeT. 

Emeriok, F., KowYork,N.Y. GoKing 

Emcnion, D. L., Oaklanit. CaL CoDstrnction of h< 
Emcnon, J. E.. Beai-er VaUa, Pa. tiavKeth . . . . 



. I Sent. 9,111 
.Aug. an, 18 



Eoieraon.R.. Boekford,iri. Culler 

Emenon, S. P., Akron, Ohio. Sharponlng-machlue 
Eiueiiou.W.P., rimsanUimKy. Hone-power. 
EnietT.A.D. (»:« Cooper & Kmery.) 
Eoiery.A.G., South Boston, Mbm. Waah-bench . . 
Emery. C.K.,Ni^«rYo;'- " " ' 



. ' Sept. IS, IS 
.Sept. 16, le 
.| Sept. 10, IB 



igino ;May HO, 11 



Emery, G.D. {Saii 



, Pertiijro, ^^ 

ClacinnatJ.O 



Emory. L j! Jr.. 'i^beter, Ohio. Scrubber. ..'.'.'. 

En-Bar), G., Boston. Maaa., aadenor toAuunnatl 
Nev York, N. Y. Antomailc railway oar-brak 
■■ " ■ BoBl-dolachlne apparatue 



EneU, C A tbiladelphla. Pa. BoBt-dolachlng apparatue - 

Enirei S LhcatJO.IIf. Safety.pookel 

EuE uian J J,Chimcotlie.ao. Sbw-IIIIdb macbbo 

^g mann H Salt Lake Cliy, Utah. IToceaa or maklog i 



; Mar! If 



-PtDceaii for making « 



\ Inklug apparatna 
'. ...i...r-M.,awIgnor.) 
l.iiul. Screw bolt nd D' 
.'.II. I. Camblaed water 
,luij.'r,H.M.,aB«l|nior.) 



. Ueo. », It 
.| Feb in 



t 514 

3 ! 213 



4 ' sa 

4 I BM 

3 i Itll 



■T, and J. O.WMltfin. 






itenat to £ U. EaubRxtk, A Imor 
unoe, L. s.,aaeienor la leJC and S. B. EaUbrook, Almond, N. Y. . 

Enright, J.. CkTeland, Ohio. Tucn.table 

Eulen'rii" HaDnfacloring Company. (*wBaker, J. G.,naalgnoi 



Enlretin, W. G., Philadelphia, Pa. Bumiafaor Tor photo|:rBF 
Enlrekin,W. G., anilj. Bramble. Jr.. Philadelphia, I^ Burn! 
Enlvlatle, T. C. {Set Follenabee & Entwlstfe.) 
Epier. P.. Collomaville, aaaignor of one-half intoreat to J. Z 



'. P.. Collomaville, ai 
ra. Neck-yoke..... 
Epploget, L. New Yuri 



I e-prc u Ibr photagrapha- 

-half intoreat to J, Zcrbe, Limcatone Townaliip, 

tehapco 



Eriiacher, J-, (( al. (See Glebricb, L., aaslenor.) 
Erbe, B.. PIttaburgh. Pa. Keveraible knoV latch .... 
Erdniann,J.F.\vT,PbiladoliJhia,Ptt. Cotter head .. 



1 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



67 



Alphabetical lUt of patentees for the year 1873 — Continaed. 



No. 



Name, reaidenoe, and inveniion. 



146, 055 



141, 431 

136,229 
]3S,797 
140, 1S5 

140,906 

140, 031 
135,533 
143, 814 

141,212 

136,368 
144, 523 

5.613 
142,220 
144.968 
135, 192 

136,146 
140, 617 
144,584 
140, 691 

138,623 
135,415 



135,534 

143,230 
137,188 
143,279 



134,872 
5,277 



134,791 
134,792 
143,815 

135,102 
139,305 

145,996 
141,340 
144, 751 
135, 213 
136,825 
143, 816 
144, 196 



5,578 
141,550 
144, 969 

139,502 

143, 131 
142, 221 

444, 078 

145,637 

5,395 

140,907 
135, 416 

137,766 

5,597 

5,598 

5,599 

140,022 

141,968 

138,634 
139,949 
141,130 
136, 313 
144,326 



EricMon, J., agsignor to C. H. Delamater and 6. H. BobiiuK>n, New York, N. T. 

compressine apparatus 

Erie Car- Works. (See Elliott, Harrington Sc Davenport, assignors.) 

EriksoD, J., Madison, Wis. Baby-walker 

Ermentrout, H. Z. (See Smith, w. M., assignor.) 

Ernst, A ., Baltimore, Md. Reviyifying charcoal nsed in rectifying spirits 



Air. 



Date. 



Ernst, G. W., and I. Lncas, Fremont, Ohio. Fly-trap. 

Ernst, J. G., assignor of two-thirds interest to T. u. Denison, Baltimore, Md.. and A. J. 
Fisher, New York, N. Y. Ruler 

Ernst, T., Fort Madison, Iowa. Cigar-maohine , 

Errani, L. C, and R Anders, Liege, Belgium. Dynamic machine 

Ertel, G., Qnincy, 111. Beater ana compressing press 

Ertola, B., and A. Caselli, New York, N. Y. Machine for forming hat-frames 



Erwin, J. B., Batavia, N. Y. Water-elevator 

Erwin, J. B., and G. H. Shoulters, Batavia, N. Y. Water-elevator 

Esersky, T., St Petersburg, Russia. Calculating-machine 

Esmond, E. R. (See Martin, B. G., assignor.) 

Esmond, R., New York, N.Y., assignor to United Power-Press Company. Press. (Reissue) 

Same same 

Espalla, J., Mobile, Ala. Center-board for vessels '. 

Espey, R., Saint Louis. Mo. Spring for doors, gates, &c 

Esser, H. (See Keuffel &, Esser.) 

Essex, D., New York, N. Y. Child's table napkin holder and clasp 

Essex, H.,Meadville, Pa. Padlock 

Same Machine for dressing metal cocks 

Essick, S.V., Alliance, assignor of two-thirds interest to G. W. Raff, Canton, and H. C. 

Hedges, Mansfield, Ohio. Knitting-machine 

Essig,!). A., Canton, Ohio. Hollow auger 

Estaorook, A. C, assignor to The Florence Manufacturing Company, Florence, Mass. 

Manufacture of brushes 

Estabrook, E. (See Blaisdell & Estabrook.) 
Estabrook, S. B. (See Enos, L. S., assignor.) 
Estell. S.F., Chicago, IlL, assignor to A.W. Kendrick, Brooklyn, N.Y., and H. Ogbom, 

Richmond, Ind. Animal-trap 

Estell, S. F., Chicago, HI. Programme-clock 

Estes, 8^ Newburyport, Mass. Loom take-up mechanism 

Estes,W.A.,Chiua,Me. Plow 

Estey, J., 6c Co. (See Fuller, L. K., assignor.) 

Same same (Design.) 

Same (See Hay ward, S., assignor) (Design.) 

Etchell, S. W., assignor to self and D. L. Eaton, Weatherly, and A. E. Allen, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Process of hardening steel 

Ectec borough, J. S^ Eaflton, Pa. Tool-holder for slotting-machines (Reissue) . . 

Eurgens, A. (See !Kin^an St, Eargens) 
Evans, D. L. (See Hatfull, R., assignor.) 
Evans, F., New York, N. Y. Treating damaged coffee 

Same same 

Evans, H. S., deceased, by J. D. Evans, executrix. West Chester, Pa. Automatic railway- 
signal 

Evans, J., Portsmouth, Ohio. Machine for cold-rolling sheet-metal 

Evans, J., Rosenhayn, N. J. Treadle-movement 

Evans, J. D., executrix. (See Evans, H. S.) 

Evans, J. H., Dallas, Ky. Fence machine 

Evans, J. W., New York, N. Y. Means of propelling vessels 

Same Girder for bridges 

Evans, O., Saint Paul. Minn. Alarm, and lubricating device for car-axle boxes 

Evans, 0. B., Titusville, Pa. Washing-machine 

Evans, P., New York. N, Y. Grindingmill 

Evans, R M., Buffalo, N. Y. Consecutive-number printer 

Evans, T., Branchport, N. Y. Metallic ear for attaching handles to pails and like ves- 
sels (Extension).. 

Same Metallic pail-ear (Reissue).. 

Evans, T. R., Philadelphia, Pa. Boot and shoe tree and stretcher 

Evans, W., Long Island City, N. Y. 2dachine for forging hammers 

Evans, W. J. (See Thomas &. Evans.) 

Evans, W. J., and W. Perry, New York, N. Y. Kettle 

Evans, W. N. (See Rawle St, Evans.) 

Evard, C. E., Leesbnrgh, Va. Watchmakers' chaln-olamp .>. 

Evard, M., St Etienne, France. Apparatus for washing coal, ore, St,c 

Evarts, C, administratrix. (See Evarts, M.) 

Evarts, J. A., assignor to Bradley Sc Hubbard, West Meriden, Conn. Suspension -pulley. 

Same Slide-pendant for hanging lamps 

Evarts, J. A., and P. Cinquini, assignors to Bradley St, Hubbard, West Meriden, Conn. 

Drawer-pull label-holder (Reissue). 

Evarts, J. M., New Haven, Conn. Filter 

Evarts, M., deceased, by C. Evarts, administratrix, Girard Township, Pa. Machine for 

making dowel-pins .. '. 

Even, H., Pekin, 111. Manufacture of sweet biscuit 

Evcnden, J. G. (See Wilson, F. G., assignor.) 

Evenden, J. G. , Chicago, HI. Oil-oan (Reissue). 

Same Can for oils, &c ( Reissue) . 

Same Sheet-metal can (Reissue) . 

Evenden, J. G., assignor to self and F. C. Wilson, Chicago, HI. Apparatus for drawing 

oil from cans , 

Evered, J., assignor to self and J. Davis, Muskegon, Mich. Balanced slide-valve , 

Everett, CD. (See Parmalee Ac Johns, assignors.) 

Everett C. D., Cleveland, Ohio. Felly-plate 

Everitt, J. M.. Hackettstown, N. J. (jauge for horse-collars 

Everson, O. J., Lake City, Minn. Grain-separator 

Evert C. L., Washington, D. C, and A. Johnson, New York, N. Y. Streef letter-box 

Evinger, N., Sanford, Ind. Thread-cutter for se-^iDgniachine 

Ewing, J. F. (See Bingham &. Ewing.) 

8 



Dec. 30,1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

Feb. 25.1873 
May 13, 1873 

June 24, 1873 

July 15, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 

July 29, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Jan« 21, 1873 

Feb. 25.1873 
July 8,18rj 
Nov. 11, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Cffioial 
Gasatte. 



c» 



July 
May 



8,1873 
6,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 



Feb. 4,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Oct 91,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
May 27, 1873 

Dec 30,1873 
July 29, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Jan. 28.1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 

June 21, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

June 3,1873 

Sept 23, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Oct 28,1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

May 6,1873 
July 15, 1873 

Feb. 4,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 



Oct 
Oct 
Oct 



14,1873 
14. 1873 
14, 1873 



June 17, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 

May 6,1873 
June 17, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



939 

19 

775 
305 

647 

504 

533 
127 
402 

819 

13 
302 

518 
752 
694 
632 

713 
252 
3v3 

309 
136 

20 



129 
798 
761 

839 



349 
450 



278 
278 

404 
556 
782 

885 
942 
502 
676 
437 
404 
22 






303 
5 



94 

203 
(169 
{l70 

168 
40,41 

134 

C267 

{268 

5 

102 

174 
248 
234 
206 

230 

85 

102 

106 
44 

6 



41 
275 
251 
289 



781 
122 
694 

52 

710 
753 

651 
542 

239 
505 

22 
455 

322 
322 
323 

534 

84 

137 
474 
724 
849 
128 



146 



134 
181 
248 

287 
306 
170 
218 
145 
135 
6 



38 
234 

16 

244 

248 

214 
178 

74 
170 



107 
107 
107 

169 
27 

45 
149 
241 
274 

43 



t 



4 

4 

3 
3 

3 

4 

3 
3 
4 



3 
4 

4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
4 
4 

4 

3 



3 
4 
3 
4 



3 
3 



3 

4 
3 
3 

4 

4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
4 
4 

4 



4 
4 

4 
4 

3 

4 

3 
3 

4 
4 
4 

3 

4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
4 



9 



708 

136 

226 
532 

692 

68 

675 
137 
431 

110 

246 
514 

440 

223 

569 

86 

221 

40 

514 

45 
509 

129 



137 
355 
336 
359 



48 
174 



42 
42 

431 

80 

592 

703 
120 
542 
102 
299 
431 
480 

662 
338 
145 
569 

613 

332 
223 

461 
653 

517 
69 

129 

418 

414 
414 
414 

675 
485 

509 
670 
95 
232 
489 



58 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



137,909 
137,497 
143.000 



139,306 
140,093 
143,905 
138,387 

6,488 
135,395 

143,400 

135,417 
136,714 



144,079 
6,539 



143,459 
143,689 

140,908 

139,460 

140,354 

139,133 
137,359 

149,453 
143, 444 
145,986 

137,064 

134,873 

145,987 

135,396 

145,988 
145,989 

149,691 
134,741 
137,667 

145.638 

140,969 
138,999 

134,874 

138. 141 
143.001 

140,355 
138,999 



141,869 
145,099 
138,937 
149,789 
136, 314 
5,581 
5,589 
136,593 
144, 449 
138,876 
141, 551 
139,561 
134,531 
144,604 

141, 501 

141,780 

149,009 
145,169 
137,498 
137,603 



ExcelBlor Needle ComjMUiy. {See Dayton, W. H., assienor.) 

Exner, W., Harper's Ferry, W. Va. Wash-boiler 

Eynon, D^ Saint Lonis, Mo. Spike-making machine 

Eyrse, J. H,, Pekin, BL Street-lamp 

Ezekiel, H. C. (See Temple ton. K. J., assignor.) 

Faber, K (See Sobrajz & Hofeland, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Same (iSto Warth, A., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Faber, H. C, Utica, N. Y. Trunk-catch 

Fabr6, J. M., Bordeaux, France. Bridle-bit 

Faohs, H., New York, N. Y. Table-caster 

Faenines, G. W., assignor of one-half interest to J. Cotner, Shelby, Ohio. Washing-ma- 
chine 



Fagan, G. R., Philadelphia, Pa. OmamenUtion (Design) . . 

Fagan, M. G., assignor to self and A. C. Corse, Troy, N. Y. Cooking-stove 

FMin, L., trustee. (Ste Bickford, H., assignor.) 

Fabmey, £., Deep River, Iowa. Rein-holder 

Fairbanks, G. S. (See Moody, F. G., assignor.) 

Fairbanks, H., Saint Johnsbury, Yt Toy-blocks 

Fairbanks, H., and L J. Robinson, Saint Johnsbury, V t Carpenters' bevel 

Fairbanks, T., Saint Johnsbury, V t Platform-scales (Extension) . . 

Fairchild,A. (.S^ Naylor & Fairchiid.) 

Fairchild, F. H., et aL (See McGee, S., assignor.) 

Fairchild, J. M., New Haven, Conn. Lock for fire-alarm boxes 

Fairchild, L. W., New York, N. Y. Pen-siim (Design) . . 

Fairchild Water-Meter Company. (See Wliite, A. M., assignor.) 

Fairfield, H. P. (See Glidden & Fairfield.) 

Fairfield, H. P., assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. A ir-compressor 

Fairfield, H. P., and w.W. Messer, jr., BosUm, Mass. Machinery for finishing the solo- 
edges of boots and shoes 

Fairlie, R. F., London, England. Apparatus for extracting nitrate of soda 

Fairman, J. (See De Witt &, Fairman.) 

Fairman, J., New York, N. Y. Trunk and strap fastener 

Fairman, S. H., st at (See Pelham, A., assignor.) 

Fales, A. B., and H. Seabury, said Seabury assignor to said Fales, Albany, N. Y. Reser- 
voir cooking-stove ..-. 

Fales, E. C, Foxborough, Mass. Machine for blocking hats , 

FaJes, J. £., assignor to Rice, Barton &. Fales Machine and Iron Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Expanding pulley 

Fales, L. S., Monmoatn tfunction, N. J. Compound for preserving wood 

Falkt), C, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for raining wood, &c 

Fallows, J., assignor to C. B. Porter & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Handle for sheet-metal 



ware. 



FaUows, J. T. (See Walton & FaUows.) 

Fancher, C. H., assisnor to self and F. A. J. Diss, San Francisco, CaL Forming and 

ganging butter-rolls 

Fanknauser, L., Columbus, Ohia Carpet'Stretcher 

Fanning, J. (See Nugent & Fanning.) 

Fanning, J^and E. Nugent, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Fanning, w. W. (See Cox & Fanning.) 

Fanslau, R., New Haven,. Conn. Machines for cutting food for animals 

Fantini, T.lSee Timm & Fantini.) 

FarciotJC. w., Kelley 's Island. Ohia Filter for wine 

Faries, R., Decatur, DL Sash-oalance 

Paris, J. A. (See Duffield, W. C, assignor.) ^ 

Faris, R. W., Murfteesborough, Tenn. Traveling thrashing-power 

Farley, C.H., Portland, Me. Locomotive fire-box 

Farley, H. W., Oswego, lU. Elevated way 



Same same. 



Farmer, G. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Needle setter and threader for sewing-machines 

Farmer, J. C, Providence, R. I. Thimble for protecting boiler-fiues 

Fanner, M. G., Salem, Mass. Electro-magnetic fire-alarm apparatus (Extension) . . 

Same Electro-magnetio telegraph (Extension).. 

Farmer, W., New York, N. x. Hydraulic mains of gas-works 

Fanners' Friend Manufacturing Company. (See Kneisly & Weusthoff, assignors.) 

Famsworth, B., Tipton.Pa. Car-brake 

Famswortli, L. H., Hudson, assignor to the Boot and Shoe Improvement Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Boot , 

Farquhar, A« B., York, Pa. Machine for making plow-handles , 

Farquhar, S., Boston, Mass. Mode of attaching roofing-slates 

Farr, C. N. (See Van Horn &, Fan.) 
Farr, G. (See Hubbard, K R., assinior.) 

Farrand, w. D., New York, N. Y. Spark-arrester 

Farrant, F.MJloversville, N. Y. Gauntlet-glove 

Farrar, A. jBrookline, Mass. Refining petroleum 

Farrar, F. w.. Waterford, Pa. Compound tool , 

FarraTiO., Chicago, HL Se wing-mach ine 

Fane. W*. T., Montreal, Canada. Machine for bending tubing (Reissue) . . 

Same Method of bending tubing (Reissue).. 

Same Ice-tongs 

Same Machine for bending tubing "... 

Farrel, F., Ansonia, Conn. Crane 



Same Hoistini 



iff-apparatus 

Fkrrell, F., assignor to self and A. J. Nichols, Cincinnati, Ohio. Car-seat 

Farrington, J., Corry, Pa. Harvester 

Farrington, J. D., jr.. New York, N. Y., and T. P. Austin, Portland, Conn. Sheet-metal 

ooflftn 

Farrington, W~ Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to C. Chambers, jr., and K Chambers, Phila- 

delpma, Pa. Packing and carrying device for paper- folding machines 

Farris, W. H., Cairo, HL Fire-grate 



Farrow, W;;. Alexandria, HL Macbine for dressing mill-stones. 

Farson , E. S.,^*hilade1pliia, Pa. Ironing-table 

Farwell, W. B., New York, N. Y. MacMne-gun 

Fa8oldt> C, Albany, N. Y. Clock-escapement 



Date. 



Apr. 15,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



iO 



579 
131 



Sept. 93, 1873 I 6C6 



May 97, ISTJ 
June 17, 1873 
Sept. 16, 18rj 

Apr. 99, 1873 
Mar. 4, 18r) 
Jan. 98,1873 

Oct 7, 1873 

Feb. 4, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 
Dec. 90, 1873 



Oct 98,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 



Sept 9,1873 

Oct 14,1873 
July 15, 1873 

June 3,1873 



July 1,1873 
May 90, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
Sept 9.1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Dec 9,1873 



Mar. 95, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 

Jan. 98,1873 

Deo. 9, 1873 
Dec 9, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 

Dec 16,1873 

June 94, 1873 
May 90, 1873 
Feb. 99,1873 
Nov. 15, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Apr. 99, 1873 

Sept 93, 1873 
July 1,1873 
May 90, 1873 



Aug. 

Dec 

Apr. 

Sept 

Feb. 

Sept 

Sept 

Mar. 

Nov. 

May 

Aug. 

June 

Jan. 



19,1873 

9,1873 

99,1873 

16, 1873 

95,1873 

30,1873 

30,1873 

11,1873 

11,1873 

13,1873 

5,1873 

3,1873 

7,1873 



Nov. la 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Dec 9,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 



789 
535 
517 

1,037 



777 

11 

93 
399 



651 



116 

963 
505 

16 



19 
609 

69 

117 

41 

998 



650 
350 

998 

778 

999 
930 

979 
934 
355 

543 

761 
486 






179 

43 

905 



948 
169 
176 

397 



951 

4 

7 
109 



914 



37 

87 
170 



350 

791 

606 
19 

486 



435 
.57 
909 
490 
850 
947 
949 
931 
940 
375 
199 
109 
96 

379 

89 

339 

548 
115 
139 
300 



6 
191 

99 
..... 

77 



915 
111 

n 

959 

77 

78 

89 

75 

110 

C178 

U79 

940 

154 



111 

959 

906 

6 

154 



li9 

18 



149 

974 

.390 

391 

78 

81 

117 

.38 

34 

9 

198 

96 

Jill 

^119 

181 

38 

43 

93 



Official 
Gazette. 



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4 



3 
3 
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3 
3 
3 



3 
3 
4 



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3 



4 
4 



4 

3 

3 
4 
4 



3 
3 



4 
4 

4 

3 
3 



3 
3 
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3 



4 

4 
3 



4 

4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
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I 



4 
4 

4 

4 
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498 
367 
394 



509 
675 
506 

483 
945 
110 

381 

199 
981 
640 



461 
356 



959 

410 



9 
570 

369 
959 
384 

616 



327 

48 

616 

110 

616 
616 

976 

39 

397 

653 

709 
560 
918 
504 

48 

455 

394 

9 

560 



187 
500 
479 
998 
939 
368 
368 
973 
.509 
538 
145 
617 
9 

539 

149 

170 

197 
594 
368 
393 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873 



59 



Alphabetical liat ofpaimUetfw the year 1873— Continned. 



Na 



Kame, residence, and inrention. 





143.973 
143,454 
143,132 

140. «93 
143,974 
134,875 
140,693 

143, 975 

141,965 

144, 895 
145,599 

143, 817 
143,683 
135,977 



137,189 
6,953 

138,388 

137,668 
5,550 

143,010 

146,056 
143,133 
144,605 
144,896 

144,080 

136,984 

134. 876 
139.503 
140,909 

134,985 

144.585 
145, 057 



144, 391 

134,793 
144,606 

144,607 



137, 767 

143,687 

137,540 
137,541 
143,833 
143.331 
137,903 

137,898 
144,081 
144, 197 

145,936 



143,563 
139. 134 
139,568 
135,791 



134,794 
141,636 
140, 136 
136, 715 
5,431 
138 490 
138,491 
139,563 



FaUi, v., Saint Lonis, Mo. Stove-pipe thimble 

Faubion, M. "W., Parrottsville, Tenn. Fertiliaer-diatributer 

Fauoett, K W., E. W. Silver, and J. Deming, assignors to A.K.Silrer and J.Deming, 

Salem, Ohio. Hollow anger 

Fancett, H. "W., Titnsville, Pa. Appajatns for raising oil, dec., from wells 

Fanrfit, L. R., Philadelphia, Pa. H^rse-power 

Fauh, E., New York. N. Y. Foldingchair, bed. and ottoman combined 

Faul. W. J.. New York, N.Y. Self-cleaning tobacco-cntter 

Fanlkner, E. H. {See Tarpie, J., assignor.) 

Faolkner, W. J.. Chicago, ill. Tnck-creaser for sewing-machines 

Fauver, J. "W., Augusta Connty, Va. Ditching-machine 

Fawcett E. W., and S., and W. £. Sefton, Salem, said Fawcett assignor to E. S. HoUoway, 

Columbiana, Ohia Bolt-cutter 

Fawcett.J., Boston, Mass. Fire indicator and alarm 

Fawcett, L., Salem. Ohio. Rein-holder 

Fawcett, R {Bee Fawcett. E. W. and R., and Sefton.) 

Fawcett T., New York, N. Y. Harness-mounting 

Faxon, J. W., Boston. Mass. Cock 

Fay, C. T., assignor to Jenison Lubricator Company, San Francisco, Cal. Car-axle box. . 
Fay, J. A., icCo, {See Bugbee, G. W., assignor.) 

Same {Sm Doane & Dobson, assignors.) 

Same {See Doane, W. HL assignor.) 

Same {See Dobson, W. H., assignor.) 

Fay, W., New Orleans, La. Automatic fan 

Fayerweather, J. S.. Bridgefleld. Conn. Hat (Design).. 

Feamster. T. L. {See Moore, C. T.. assignor.) 

Fearon, T., Yonkers, N. Y. Row-lock 

Feas,A. (^Johnson, M., assignor.) 

Fee,J.S..Rookford, Ind. Stirrup 

Fee, W. R, Cincinnati, Ohia Machine for hulling cotton-seed (Reissue) . . 

Feeder, & {See Rosenetein St, Feeder.) 

Feely, L.,Bochester, N. Y. Clamp .% 

Same Bit-stock 

Fehr, J., Hoboken, N. J. MedioJ compound or powder for infants 

Feix, J., San Francisco, CaL Ingot-mold for gold or silver 

Same Manufacture of copper ingots for alloying gold and silver 

Feldkamp, G., Cincinnati, Ohia Chair 



Feigner, K L. , Baltimore, Md. Tobacco-package 

Fell, S. B., et aL {See Weagant, H. L., assignor.) 

Fellner, L. G., Las Vegas, N. Mex. Extract of yucca 

Fellows, C. E„ Philadelphia, Pa. Case for containing indexes 

Fels, M. and J. W., Cincinnati, Ohia RaUway-switch 

Fels,Tr.W. (&«Fel8,M.andJ.W.) 

Felt, J.Q., Detroit, Mich. Wood pavement 

Felton, L. {See Rogers Sc Felton.) 

Felter.W., Frank Hill, Minn. Treadle 

Fend, J., and J. W. Stevenson, Johnstown, Pa. 
Fender, W. J.jjf oL {See Hardenbergh, Miner 
Fenimore, G. W. {See Barrett & Fenlmore.) 

Fenner, C. A., Mystic River. Conn. Cradle 

Fenninger, M. R {Ses Eby& Fenninger.) 

Fenno, I., Boston, Mass. Clotb-cuttlng machine .* 

Fenton, F. A., Camden. N.J. Hatters^head-measure 

Feret, L. {See Scacher & Feret.) 

Ferguson, D. P., Jonesborougb, Ga. Cotton-seed planter , 

Ferguson, J. C. {See Kinsley & Ferguson.) 

Ferguson, T.U. See Spence, A., assignor.) 

Ferguson, R {See Martin &, Ferguson.) 

Ferguson, W., assignor to self, x. A. Lathrop, and T. H. Reeves, Canton, Ohia 



Pa. Railway timo-signal 
Sc Fender.) 



Saw- 



swage. 



Ferguson, W.H., Forest, HL Manufacture of booU 

Ferm, C. {See Rosenstjema, A., assignor.) 

Femald,E.C., FUtbush.N.Y. Safety-valve 

Same Feed-water regulator 

Femald, H. B., Washington, D. C. Signal-lantern 

Ferren,M., Freedom, N.H. Car-coupling. 

Ferren, M. J., Stoneham, assignor to H. R Townsend, Boston, Mass. Welt-edge burnish- 
in^-tool 



Femer, J. {See Haskins, C. C. , assignor.) 

Ferrin, F., Camden, N. J. Carrier for lathes 

Ferris & Miles. {See Miles, F. B., assignor.) 

Ferris, J. L., South Brunswick, assignor to self and L S. Buckalew, Jamesburgh. N. J* 

Spark-arrester ...I...... 

Ferris, L., San Francisco, CaL Glove-fastener 

Ferris, O. C, etaL {See Hahn, F. E., assignor.) 

Same {See Miles, F. B.. assignor.) 

Ferris, S., New York, N.Y. Railwav-rail chair 

Ferry, W. M. (See Gronberg 6i. Ferry.) 

Ferrv, W. M.. Grand Haven, Mich. Journal-box for saw-mill carriages . . . (Extension) . . 

Ferslew. W. E., New Orleans, La. Compound for making artificial stone 

Fetter, G., Philadelphia, Pa. Carstarter 

Fewell, C.L., Corsicana, Tex. Bed-bngexterminator 

Fewkes, J. T., assignor to self, J. L.Wllklns, and W.C.Cranmer, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sad-iron 



Feyh, A. {See Schlich &. Feyh.) 

Flckett, H.S., Yarmouth, Mo. Leather punch and cutter 

Fickett W. Sj Rochester. N. Y. Blackingbrnsh 

Field, A.. Springfield. Mass. Medical compound or lotion for the skin , 

Field, D.C.G., Lowell, Mass. Loom-shuttle , 

Field, R 8., Middlesex County, England. Flexible lip-formed valve (Reissue) . 

Field, E. S., Hartford, Conn. Spring lied-bottom 

Same ....i Same 

Field, G. W., and J. Steger, New York, N. Y. Car-starter 



Date. 



Oct 88,1873 
Sept 3,1873 

Sept 33, 1873 
July 8,18TJ 
Oct 88,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
July 8,1873 

Oct 88,1873 
Aug. 86, 1873 

July 89, 1873 
Nov. 85, 1873 
Deo. 16,1873 

Oct 81,1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 



Mhr. 85. 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Apr. 89, 1873 

Apr. 8, 1873 
Aug. 86, 1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 

Dec. 30,1873 
Sept 83, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Nov. 85, 1873 

Oct 88,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
June 3,1873 
July 15, 1873 

Jan. 81,1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 
Dea 3,1873 



Nov. 11, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 



Apr. 15, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 

Apr. 8,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
Aug. 86. 1873 
Sep! 30, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 



Oct 88,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



Dec. 30,1873 

Nov. 89, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 
May 30, 1873 
June 3,1873 

Feb. 11,1873 



Jan. 

Aug. 

June 

Mar 

June 

May 

May 

June 



14,1873 

18,1873 

34,1873 

11, 1873 

3,1873 

6,1873 

6,1873 

3,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



I 



559 
117 

711 
313 
559 
351 
314 

561 
754 

871 
634 

478 

405 
865 
544 



763 



1,038 

356 
837 



549 

941 
713 
380 
635 

658 

566 

353 
53 

507 

459 

304 
16 



193 

878 
381 

383 



455 
869 

845 
846 
756 
798 

573 

17 



653 
83 



835 



157 
611 
103 

375 

879 
815 
648 
330 
177 
19 
30 
103 



185 
37 

344 
106 
186 
113 
106 

186 
849 

885 
816 
156 

135 

87 

180 



858 



387 

110 

878 

(181 

il88 

303 



188 



)814 
5815 



17 
171 

147 

108 
6 



66 

90 
188 

188 



148 

88 

75 

75 

849 

875 

180 



815 
7 



873 



191 
34 

130 

91 
68 



109 

58 

7 

7 

35 



Oflidal 
Gazette. 






4 
4 

4 

4 
4 
3 
4 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

4 
4 

3 



} 



3 
4 



3 
4 



4 
4 
4 

4 

4 

3 

3 
3 
4 



4 
4 



3 
4 



3 
4 

3 
3 
4 
4 

3 

3 



4 
4 



4 

4 
3 
3 



3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



I 



454 
858 

333 

45 

454 

48 
45 

454 

833 

115 
563 

648 

431 
410 
196 



336 
380 

483 

397 
830 

197 

708 
338 
538 
563 

468 

309 

48 
613 



78 

514 

587 



506 

43 
533 

533 



418 
410 

388 

388 
333 
355 

488 

358 



468 
480 



699 

557 
403 
570 
617 

169 

43 
160 
698 
381 
683 
499 
449 
617 



Hi.oa 

140, 7M 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PKOM THE 
AlplMbeHeal K«l 0/ paUntea for Om ywxr 1S73— Contlnned. 

B'Bnie, realdeDce, imd incontlon. ] 



rioW, fl|Gnl.», }». MmiiMl oompouBii 

PEeld, S. D., San Fnincliioo, till. SoHw.pmt tot electrical apparatDi . 
Field, ^T.,Worcwt«r, Mmii. KachlnefdrinaDaracUriiig voodedUi 



Uvngba. iBxtenatct] 



FIlmBT, ^. 
YWtoB. L., Bi 
Filter, W. ( 
"■ 1, E, B.. 



ibera, A., urtraor.J 

Tiicfi aud U. rorry, Ced« Falla, Iowa. Hopper and 



1, TT. u., Pniridonce. K. I. Cotton-bale Ui 

FtBldi, M.FVi«™iiM.'Ma«V'iiott rfiotite" 

FiBlda, W., Wilmington, Del. Dnnipinir-waBon 

FIfield, L. W., Worceater.MaM. WlncTow-Sreen 

FllkuiB. A., Tp«ilantl, Mioh. WaahinB-machlne 

Filldne, K. A., Cheehlre, ai<Mgqnr to self and A. B. TjiToll, SaToy, Maaa. Uaslcal 

railway, itgnal 

FiIl.in«,RA..CliB»hire, Has*. StBam-lubHcalor 

Flllej, G. F., Saint Lonis, Mo, Fender 

rillmorejC.W..(loi {SMUonnan.L., awlpioH (KelHae.) 

FraDclKai, Cal. ApparaCuiCor caatlng prlotera' leads 

noil. III. Anlomatto nt« 

Da Bols, H. M„ aulgnor.) 

..Jon. (SMMejenbera, A.-mdraor. 

Flnoh, J. M„ aMimor to J. rf, KncB aud U. Tom 

caaing-forgrin^g-mlllA 

Flncb.B.K,aMlKnartoIJnlonStoveWork8,Peakililll,M.Y. CooklnK-Blove. (Dealgn. 

Fink, A. J. (Sh Sellier & Fiok.) 

Fink. A. J. & J., Beading, Pa. Kefriirerator 

Fink, J. (SMKnk. A.X&J.) 

Rnkbeinm, G., Svraooee, N. y. Slide rMMtetnlon-tables 

FTnlej, J. K., Dofpbl, Ind. latch for gat«8 

Finn, C.. Um MomoB, Iowa. Hee.hiver. 

Finn, J.,Bo»ton, Mosa. Machine for molding marWe 

Same Machine for grinding and poliebiDe atoDB 

Seme Machine for molding the edges of nurbJe etabg 

Same Marble-moldlne machine , 

Finney, J, A., y8JihTiUe,0hiD. Inneet-dostrover '. 

Flnton, G., Meadrille, Pa. Owiillattng glaqj for Howing oil-wells 

Firman, H. S., New York, N. T. Apparatnn for rendcrlDg fats and deodoriilng the 
gaaea (BelMoe)- 

oatne Apparatna for rendering fate and deoidorlEloE IhegaBea ..- 

Firth. J., deceaKd,njy M.Flnh and J. Ingham, eiecotors, FhllUpebnrgli, Fa., and J. 

Ingham- Pipe-molding. fEitenaion.) ,,,.... 

Firth, J. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cake-pan 

Firth, M-, eiecQtrii- (5m Firth 4 lagham) (Bitenaion). 

Firth, 8., Leeds, SngUnd. Machlnefor cutting coal 

Pfscbar, C, Glonoeater, If. J, Centrifngsl an nr-dralDlDg machine 

Fischer, C. A., Baltimore, Md. Mold tor formW clay snides. 

Ftsoher. E. J,, Philadelphia, Pa. Stusp for cutting out figures 

Flsaber. F, A., Banhnrg. Germany. Condensing and feed apparatos (or steam-bollere 
Fischer, H. S.. Xenia, Ohio, and U- Brnhn, Eckerofbrde, Sohlnwig, Pmssii. Secnr 

log carriage-wheels to their arlei 

Fischer. W.^., Boatoo, isslgDor tiy mseoe aulgnment to C. H. Traak, Lynn, and Gonld, 

Boiton, Mass. nand.nailet for lasting boots and shoea (Reiaaue.) July 1,1673 

Fish, J. G. (SuWeat & Fish.) 

Pish, K, A., Wonwiter, Mass. CnlUvator ; Aug. 1!,18TJ 

Fisher, A. 3. et el. (See Ernst, J, G., aulgnor.) | 

l-istiBr.F. A., Elisabeth, N.J. Carboteter Joly 8^1873 

Flaher, G. ISei Loesch, F.. aaalimoT.) i 

Fisher, G.B. (&< Itnrnet & Fisher.) 

Fisber. J.£afle]d,BSBlgnortoBBrlfordCarpetCompuiT,Hartfbid,CaiD. Carpet. (De- I 

sign) Feb. 18, 

Same Carpet (r>i'->iL;ii).. Feb. 18, 

Same aame .(|i,-l^.„,..I Feb. 18. 



Sept II 



l£tyn'.ll 



Apr. sa, len 
July t», isra 

JolT 13,1873 
Sept. 30. 1ST3 



Mar. le, 1873 
Dec 30,1973 



' -i i 



Fisher. J,. FhlladelpUa, Fa. Carpet... 



Hiher. J.B., Amsterdiim. N. T. Waah-board 

Same Waahlng.machlne 

Ftsher, J. H., Cbloago. IlL Tap.holder attachment for beer^oolers 

Fisher, J. S., Ctical^o. Wheel for roBil.sleaaierB 

Fisber, R. A., San Francisco, Csl. Means for prevenUng lacnutatlon tn 



in of Iron and st«el . - 



FlBher,K.C., Belleville, N-Y. Eye-waal 

Fiaher, T. J. [Set Jones, G., assignor.) 

Flske. L, Worcester, Mass. Hnidcal wind instnimeo 

Same same 

Fitch. E.T.,aaL tSn Unbbard, G., aaaignor.) 
Fitch, G. L., and H. M. Jones. Little lAke, Cd. Shoe 
Fitch, KM. («« Oraanls & Fitch.l 
Filch, I- M., MotrisrtUe, S. Y. Towel and dotlies ro 



Fltcb. P. S., Uanlj, Ky. Hemp-barvesti 
tltch. S. S., NewYork, If. Y, loe-ereaii 



Same IMsh-beater. . 

Same -..--- Apparatoa fo 
Same WatHe baker. 



JoneSI, 1873 
July 39, 1873 
Deo. 16,1873 
Jnly 15, 1B73 

Apr. a», 1873 



Mar. 18.1873 
Apr 8,isrj 
Jnly IS, 18T3 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



61 



Alphahetical list of patentees for the jfear 1873 — Gontinned. 



No. 



146, 057 
5,654 

5,655 
140, 127 
144, 082 



137, 766 

136,013 
138, 014 
140,025 
136, 985 
145,854 
144, 970 
142,622 

139,564 
141,341 
140, 819 

139,886 

136,427 
136,230 
136, 648 
137,353 

139, 137 



137,190 

135. 214 
13(5, 147 
142,845 
143, 752 
141, 708 

145. 163 
145,856 
145, 857 
143,565 

139, 138 

140,620 
145,858 

138,239 

115, 268 
145,639 

143, 684 
140, 128 
142,011 
144,023 

143,685 
143,002 
144,609 
135, 419 

145. 164 

139, 461 
134, 433 
135, 978 
135,979 
135,980 
135, 981 
135,982 
6,493 

6,775 

6,896 
6,973 

135. 215 
138,142 
136,986 

141.925 
143.895 
145,937 



137,605 

139, 307 
i:)5, 536 
137,835 

139,053 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Fitta, B., assignor to Union "Water-Meter Company, "Worcester, Mass. Valve 

Fitts, R. 13., assignor by mesne assignment to the Nutrio Mannfactnring Company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Preparing wheat and other grain for food. (Reissue) . . 

Same same (Rcissne) . . 

Fitzgerald, G.W., Jersey ville. 111. Portable rick-cover 

Fitzgerald, O., Dexter, Me. Bottle-protector 

Fitzgibbons, M. {See Homfager & Fitzgibbons.) 

Fitzgibbons, M., et al. {See Palmer, H. L., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Fitzhngh, B.G., Frederick, Md. Cart-loading apparatus 



Fitzhngh, B. G., Frederick, assignor to M. Martin, Baltimore, Md. Dumping-cart. 

Same Curtain-roller holder 

Fitzhngh, B. G., assignor to J. Byerly. Fi-ederick, Md. Dumping-cart 

Fitzsimmons, H., Houston, Texas. Balanced valve 

Flack, C. E., Jacksonville, 111. Pessary 

Flagg, T. J., New York, N. Y. Suspender 

Flagler, H. K., assignor to the National Tube-Works Company, Boston, Mass. Tube- 
welding mandrel 

Flanagin, J., Pawnee City, Nebr. Plow-truck 

Flanders, I., Paw Paw, Mich. Stnmp-extractor 

Flanders, J. P., assignor to self ana E. B. Hayes, Yergennes, and A. M. Mitchell, 
Burlington, Vt Double acting force-pump 

Flanders, L. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Attaching cork -retaining bail to bottles 

Flanders, M. R. {See Burdiok &, Flanders.) 

Flanegin, F. A^ Fagnndus City, Pa. Lamp 

Flanigan, W. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined ruler and pencil-sharpener 

Flatley, A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Clasp-button 

Same Collar 

Fleehearty, J. T. {See Collins, S. C, assignor.) 

Fleehearty, J. T., assignor of one-half interest to C. S. Collins, Baltimore, Md. False 
mantel 



Fleer, F. R., {See Bellemere & Fleer.) 

Fleetwood, T. M., Savannah, Ga. Combined sail and marine drag 

Fleisohhaner, A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Tanning hides 

Fleischmann, C. L., "Washington, D. C. Revivifying charcoal used in rectifying spirits. . 

Fleishman, S. L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Glass-blowing machine 

Fleming, F. A., Curwinsville, Pa. Car-coupling 

Fleming, J., Shamburgh, Pa. Valve for artesian wells, &c 

Fleming, J. G., Cochranton, Pa. Hames-fastener 

Fletcher, A. C, New York, N. Y. Car-wheel 

Same Paddle-wheel 

Fletcher, H., Louisville, Ky. Cutter-head 

Fletcher, T. H. {See Morrison & Fletcher.) 

Fletcber, W. H., "Washineton, D. C. "Window-screen 

flickinger, A. E. {See Huber &, Flickinger.) 
lietstra, W.K., Holland, Mich. "WashW-machine 

Fling, L. J., Hudson, and A. Land, Hillsdale, Mioh., said Fling assignor to H. Black- 1 

mar, Hillsdale, Mich. Sewing-stand 5 

Flint*, D. B., assignor to the Rodney Hunt Machine Company, Orange, Mass. Turbine- 
"Wheel 



Saddle-tree. 



Flora, F., Pierce, Ohio. Animal-trap 

Flora, O. V., assignor to self, J. G. Moore, and J. R Ross, Madison, Ind 
Florence Mannfactnring Company. {See Estabrook, A. C, assignor.) 

Flory,M.K., Viola, 111. Revolving horse-rake 

Flower, J., Deti"oit> Mich. Screw-tap 

Flowers, F. I., Tarrytown, N. Y. Siue-bar for vehicles 

Flnck, N. C, Gloucester, England. Machine for cutting cloth 

FlUrscbeim, M. {See Korwan, F., assignor.) 

Flynn, M. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Screw-cutting machine 

Flynt, O. P., Boston. Mass. Lady's under- vest 

Same Under-garraent 

Foard, J. "W., San Francisco, Cal. Peg-rasp 

Fobes, A., Attleborough, Mass. Bracelet 

Fobes, D. {See "Wells, H., assignor.) 

Foehl, C, Philadelphia, Pa. Revolving flre-arm 

Fogarty, T. B., New York, N. Y. Spring motive-power 

Same Gas-burner 

Same same 

Fogarty, T. B., Warren, Mass. Gas-machine 

Same Carbureter 

Same same 

Fogelstrand, 0. F., assignor to J. P. Connell, Kensington, Conn. Ornamenting bells. 

(Design) 

Fogelstrand, O. F., assignor to Hart, Bliven & Mead Manufacturing Company, Kensing- 
ton, Conn. Drawer-pull (Design) . . 

Same Boot-Jack (Design).. 

Same Bracket (Design).. 

Fogelstrand, O. F., Kensington, Conn. Door-button 



Fogg, T., Saint Mary's, Canada. Convertible freight-car 

Foglesong, "W., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to self, J. E. Boyer, J. Mc Master, and I. Haas. ? 



Machine for wiring sheet-metal pans 

Foit, J. S., Kenton, Ohia Automatic ^ate 

Foley,M., Appleton, Wis. Scroll-aawing machine 

Foley, W. F. , assignor to P. R. Clute, Albany, N. Y. Device for trimming leather 

Folk, J. E. {See Miller, S. H., assignor.) 

Same {See Wilson & Miller, assignors.) 

Same {See Wilson, C. F., assignor.) 

Follensbee, G. S., and T. C. Entwistle, Lewiston, Me. Stop-mechanism for warping 

machines 

Follet, G., and A. Bmmmel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hatchway 

Follett, J.L., Troy, N. Y. Sewing-machine 

Follett, O. S., Mont Clair, N. J. Manufacture of glue 

Folsom, J. R. {See Addy, C. J., assignor.) 
p'ontaine, E., Fort Wayne, Ind. Spark-arrester 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Dec 30, 1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
Nov. 11,1873 
June 24, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 



Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
June 
Mar. 
Dec. 
Nov. 



15,1873 

22,1873 
22,1873 
17, 1873 
18, 1873 
23, 1873 
25,1873 



Sept 9,1873 
June 3, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
June 17, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 



May 20, 1873 



Mar. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Sept 

Oct 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Oct 



25,1873 
28, 1873 
25,1873 
16, 1873 
21, 1873 
12,1873 
2,1873 
23,1873 
23,1873 
14,1873 



May 20, 1873 

July 8,1873 
Dec. 23,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Deo. 16,1873 

Oct 14,1873 
June 24, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

Oct 14,18r3 
Sept 23, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Dec 2,1873 



June 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 



3.1873 
7,1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 



Mar. 18, 1873 

July !.=», 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Ang. 19, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Doc 30, 1873 



Apr. 8, ISTJ 
May 27, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

May 20, 1873 



I 

OS 



942 

367 
:)68 
648 
653 



456 

680 
682 
536 
568 
738 
695 

273 
104 
943 

428 
424 

61 
776 
276 

70 



614 

764 
677 
713 
470 
349 
274 
116 
740 
741 
158 

614 

254 
742 

903 
727 
545 

265 
649 
550 
604 

966 
607 
383 
24 
117 

16 

28 

544 

545 
546 
547 

548 



677 
792 

568 

480 
470 
836 



301 
783 
131 
515 

531 



P 



303 



204 
215 



C142 
(l43 
215 
215 
169 
189 
241 
235 

89 

35 

307 

145 
132 

22 

250 

92 

22 



192 
252 



159 

116 

89 

38 

242 

242 

53 

192 

86 
C242 
^243 

285 
233 
179 

88 
204 
182 
20O 

88 

206 

129 

7 

38 

5 

9 
180 
180 
181 
181 
181 



219 
253 
C189 
)190 
158 
158 
272 



93 
249 

41 



Official 
Gazette 



9 



708 

519 
519 
692 
462 



4 
4* 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 

4 

3 
4 

4 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



4 

4 

3 
3 
4 

4 
3 
4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 
4 

3 
3 



4 

4 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 



418 

446 
446 
675 
309 
681 
569 

276 
617 
120 

62 
666 

350 
226 
276 
362 



570 

336 
102 
221 
302 
427 
165 
594 
681 
681 
402 

571 

40 
681 

472 

106 
653 

410 
693 
197 
458 

410 
324 
532 
129 
594 

610 
9 
196 
196 
196 
196 
196 

297 

58 
354 
478 
102 
455 

309 

191 
437 
699 



168 



393 
592 
138 
423 

564 



62 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



AlphdbeHoal list of patentees far ihe year 1873— Continned. 



No. 



144,753 

140,999 
135.899 
137,905 
140, 129 
5,660 
5,705 
146, 058 
136, 716 



144,083 

143,003 
137, 191 
145, 410 
143,095 
143, 135 



144, 198 



135,420 
141, 870 

143,004 

139,565 

144.337 
14J.566 
137, 430 



137,606 
138,080 
137,354 

134, 742 

137.769 
138,240 
135,900 

145, 792 
137, 670 
141,781 
144, 971 

138,390 



136,428 
137,770 
137,906 
134.434 
136,429 

136,497 
138,875 

137,192 

141,267 
144,665 

5,606 

5,607 
142,224 

143,567 



144,536 
144, 972 

138,798 
135,104 

135,901 
143, 896 

136, 498 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Foote, A. D., Berlin, assignor to A. N. flelmer, Milwaukee, "Wis. Rotary grain-dis* 

tribnter 

Foote, A. W.,BufMo, N. Y. Stove-pipe drnrn 

Foote, E., East Bloomfield, N. Y. Grain-band, bag-tie, &o 

Foote, E., Yonkers, N. Y. 6as-bamer 

Foote, W. W., Saybrook, Ohio. Electric hotel-annunciator - . . 

Forbes, J., Halifax, Nova Scotia. Skate (Reissue).. 

Same same (Reissue).. 

Forbis, H. K., assignor to self and J. W. Proctor, Danville, Ky. Mortising-tool 

Force, W.M., Newark, N.J. Oil-press 

Ford, E. (See Hiighes, A. E., assignor.) 
Ford, E. L. {See Kastenbein, C, assignor.) 

Ford, E. T., Stillwater, N. Y. Potato^gger 



Ford, F., Point Pleasant, W. Ya. Ice-breaker and fonder i 

Ford, F.G.,Bridgeton. N.J. Bedstead 

Ford, F. G., Philadelphia, Pa. Flour-sifler 

Ford, G. A., Cleveland, Ohio. Pulley-block 

Ford. H. H., Sanford, Me., assignor of one-half interest to H. N. Ford, Boston, Mass., and 

L H. Ford, Great Falls, N. H. Railway time-signal 

Ford, H. M., et at {See Ford, H. H., assignor.) 

Ford, L H., et oL {See Ford, H. H., assignor.) 

Ford, J. C, Montreal, Canada, assignor of one-half interest to A. D. Cable. Pastern 

halter for hitching horses 

Ford, L. {See Smitii, E. D., assignor.) 
Ford, M., eC oL (See Harvey, J., assignor.) 

Ford, S. A., Chicago, HI. Smoke-burning furnace 

Same Boiler-furnace 



Same Smoke-burning furnace 



Forden, J. M., et dL (See Gross, K L., assignor.) 

Forden, J. M., assignor to E. L. (iross, J. MF*orden, J. K. Welter, J. 0. Sloan, and J. Ray- 
bum, Springfield, UL Seed-dropper 

Forden, J. M., Springfield, HI. Seed-dropper 

Forehand, S.,and H. C. Wadswortb , Worcester, Mass. Revolving fire-arms 

Foreman, K F., and J. P. Speck, Upton, Pa. Bolt for flour and mmdlings 

Foreman, S. H. {See Grosn &, Foreman.) 

Forest, H. {See Digney, J. D. and T., Lartigue, & Forest.) 

Forgy, E. S., et al. {See Curtner, I., assignor.) 

Forgy, E. S., Dayton, Ohio. Grain-drier 

^me Mill-pick 

Forman, W. A., assignor of one-half interest to W. H. Kelsey, Geneseo, N. Y. Machine 
for cutting and dressing stone 

Forrest, H.E., Cambridseport, Mass., assijnior to self, H. Boothby, Boston, Mass., and 

J. H. Leavitt, Portland, Me. Tool for finishing axle-blanks 

Same Machine for turning carriage-axles 

Forster, C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Rock and ore crusher 

Forster, F. E., New York, N. Y. Fishing-line 

Forsyth, J. R {See Gately & Forsyth.) 

Forsyth, O. C, jr., Newburgh, N. Y. Dust-pan 

Forsyte, RG., Oakland, HL Lamp-chimney cleaner 

Fort, S. M., Syracuse, N. Y. Refrigerator 

Foeket, W., assignor to C. Parker, Meriden, Conn. Shutter-hinge 

Foskett, W. A. {See Brown & Foskett.) 

Foster, A.D., Council Bluffs, Iowa. Prescription-file 

Foster, D. P., Waltham, Mass. Wrench (Exteusion).. 

Foster, H. T.. et aL {See Foster, J. T., assignor.) 

Foster, J. {See Wilson & Foster.) 

Foster, J. J., Belmont Tex. Floor-clamp 

Foster, J. T., Jersey City, N. J. Door and late spring 

Foster, J. T., assignor to H. T. Foster and C Mills, Jersey City, N. J. Flour-sieve 

Foster, J. W. Pawtucket, R. I. Mandrel for making spools 

Foster, J. W.. assignor of one-half interest to E. A. Greene, Pawtucket, R. I. Gear- 
cutting mactiine 

Foster, M. A., Saint Louis, Mo. Steam-boiler furnace 

Same same 

Foster, R. (fi!M Foster. W. and R.) (Extension.) 

Foster. R. F., T. S. Baylie, and J. Harbin, Washington, D. C. Machine for rounding and ? 
backinff books > 

Foster, S7 R., St John, (Canada. Shutter- worker 

Foster, T. G., GloversviUe, N. Y. Glove 



Foster, T. N., South Pass, 111., assignor to H. H. Doubleday. Harvester (Reissue) . . 

Same same (Reissue).. 

Foster, W., jr.. New York, N. Y. Pneumatic signal-apparatus 

Foster, W., and R. Foster, deceased, by W. Foster, executor, Brooklyn, N. Y. Screw- 
tap (Extension).. 

Foster, W. A., Fitchburgh, Mass. Oil-can 

Foster, W. B.. et aL {See Cherrington, W. P., assignor.) 
Fouke, P. B. {See Lang, J. C, assTenor.) 
Foulis, W. {See Wotherspoon & Foulis.) 

Fonlis, W., Glasgow, North Britain. Apparatus for charging and drawing gas-retorts. . 

Foulke, E. A., Paris, HL Clothes-tongs 

Foulke. J. {See Hunt, J., assignor.) 

Fonts, F. A., Bloomington, HL Car- wheel 



Fowlds, T., Jr., assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Gabel, Trevorton, Pa. Water-elevator. 
Fowle, W. B. {See Smith, H. J., assignor.) 
Fowler, B. A. (See Glidden, O. F., assignor.) 

Fowler, C. W., Chicago, HL Window-screen 

Fowler, E. P. {See Clements & Fowler.) 

Fowler, F. G., Bridgeport, Conn. Steering-propeller 

Fowler, G. B., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to E. S. and J. Torrey, New 
York,N. Y. Crusher and press for culinary purposes 



Date. 



Nov. 

July 

Feb. 

Apr. 

June 

Nov. 

Dec 

Dec 

Mar. 



18,1873 
22,1873 
18, 1873 
15,1873 
24, 1873 
18,1873 
23,1873 
30,1873 
11,1873 



Oct 28,1873 

Sept 23, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Dec 9. lerj 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Sept. 23, 1873 



Nov. 4,1873 

Feb. 4,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Sept 23, 1873 



June 3,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
Oct 14, 18r3 
Apr. 1.1873 



Apr. 8,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Apr. 15, ISTJ 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 

Dec 23.1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Apr. 29,1873 
Feb. 15,1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Mar. 4,1673 
Mar. 4,1873 
May 13, 1873 

Mar. 35,1873 

July 29, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 

Oct 14,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Dec 20,1873 
Oct 14,1873 



Nov. 11, 1873 
Nov. 25,1873 

May 13,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gasette. 



I 



505 
608 
483 
574 
650 
563 
820 
943 
331 



654 

608 
764 
334 
650 

713 



24 



25 
436 

609 



105 
128 
159 
135 



302 
744 

70 

235 
459 

904 
484 

686 
358 
341 
696 

1,040 



62 
460 
575 

29 

63 
126 
374 

765 

872 
431 

331 

332 

756 



160 



304 
697 

306 
560 

484 
471 
127 



t« 



171 
905 
156 
180 
204 
191 
267 
304 
109 



C215 
^216 
206 
252 
112 
214 

245 



7 
142 
206 
207 



35 
43 
53 
44 



93 
236 

22,23 

76 
143' 
285 
156 

225 
111 
112 
335 

327 



22 

143 

180 

9 

22 

41 

117 

(252 

^253 

285 

146 

C109 

{no 

(110 

{ill 

249 



53 



(102 

il03 

235 

94 
183 



156 

158 

41 



o 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



4 

3 

4 
4 



3 
4 



3 
4 
4 
3 



3 
3 



3 

3 
3 
3 

4 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 



4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
3 



a> 



542 

86 
191 
428 
693 
547 
687 
708 
281 



462 

324 
336 
624 
214 

333 



4G0 



129 

187 

384 



617 
489 
402 
368 



393 
451 

362 

39 
418 
472 
191 

677 
397 
171 
569 

483 

127 



250 

418 

428 

9 

250 
256 
538 

336 

115 
536 

415 

415 
223 

640 
402 



514 
569 

533 
80 

101 
437 
256 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1B73. 
Alphabetical Hat of patentee! far the year 1B73— CoDtiuaed. 



113, «ce 

135,103 
137,907 
1U,W7 



i«),m 

13S.6S5 



VBDie, restilviKie, anil iavetitton. 

ir. n., Detroit. Mioh. Clear-boi 

tr, H. C. [Sa SUSOri & Fovler.) 

T, J. H. (See ThnrBtoD, C. K., HalKnor.) 

ir, J.Jf.^reenPolnt,N.Y, Portsble warfrobo 

irJ-S.-DftTenportlow*. Harveiter-dropper 

>r, R B., WoruMtM, Mam. Namiw-wmrelooin 

>r. B. ¥., UBlKDor to self ■ud C. T. Maitlncoart, Canlon, Oblo. Device for reducing 

eorBw-tbre«3iii|[n)d» 

IT, S.T^ Brooklyn, N.Y. - 



ISm EianlBD, J., i 
[., BrookJj-n. N. V. 



»ud £. O. Beaton, Gap. Fa. TelRRrspli-ln>i 
V. FhUadelnhla, Pa. Mold forelaubuttlei 
J., K«ir OrleaDB, La. Steam^ioller furnace 

L. C., Frederick City. Md. Smoke and gpark cc 



J'imeai. 
Deo. IS, 
Not. 18, 



Ang. SS, IB73 
Deo. 30, 1873 
Apr. as, 



e,B.I. Car-oonplln«.., 



Foi,Jh1 



uDgbnrgb, U. Y. CnKker-maobine. 

! Hlera, J., awlenor.) 

.11 , i,=w York, N. Y. DresMlovator 

1..1L New Haven, Conn. Heveraible cnff., 
' W.Em Portliuid, Me. Bill and paper flle.. 
I., g:. J, J., Fort Howard, Wla. Car^»unUni[. 
ir.., ^ W., Brooklyn, N/Y. ReiwrYolr cookie 



Wt«ppor tor botue* 

"-'- * ■"■ pianlng.maohlne... 



ma^io. 



Frank, J. B 



Eame Melallurnic )[a(i-fumace 

Kejeuerator fnraaoe 

,_ilgnor to a S, Fhiliips and A. K. Voiborg, Ilion, N. Y. 

rrauii,J. H..Mlirhelai,Pft. Cultivator. 

Frank, S. R. Knobnneter, Mo. Kutary 8t«aiB-6nglDe 

FnHikeuHeld,J.,and W.E. KlcIiUne.BethlsheiiLPa. Ironlng-taUa... 

Frankfeld, A., New York, N. Y. Clock^jaleodar 

Same Dooble-atop movement for watcbea 

Same Manufacture of mnalc-liox cyllnden 



Frankfoder, D., assignor to self and G. W. SUley, Wakamsa, It 

Franklin, O,. Philadelphia, Pa. Car-ipriug 

Franklin. G.E.,Naliek,Ma»a. SnrfaolDg-plane 

FranVlln. W. G., Shelblna, Mo. Gate-hlnEe 
KrantiB, P. J., M. Tilloai ■-■-.- 



id J. A. GregeiseD, Cbkago, VL Uacbbe for oi 



Fraser!A:'j.,^ftl 
Fraser, J. D., Pli 



tiery (Dealgn)., 



Handle for 

IMNloboliC.T „ . . 

a City, NeT. Sleam^nglne 

do. Oblo. MacblDeforlwndiugBbans. 

n, Canada. Vibrating propel let for ressels 

Fraier.J.N,, Elmer. N.J. Pnmp-bandle 

Frater, K., SjTMose, N. Y. Bnokleforbaraega 

Fnier, B..CBindeD Counlj^N. J^ 3muke-itaek (nrlooomotlre-englnea... 



Frear, G. A.,aB^gnorof onebalf interest to C. Eollaod, Cblugo, HI. Procaaa and 
inipiamentaror aipelliaii air from the compoelU£n ttora which arllfloial aUne la molded. 

FreaiHD. ./., BirmlnKhara, England. Hcrew 

FredeHcl.C, assignor of one-half Interest to E. B. Grant, New York, N. Y. Otuamental 
window-glass 

Frederick, B. F. (,8« Scholfleld, I., aeslgnar.) 

Frederick, H.,Botler, Pa. Aile forTeflclas 

Fredetioks.C. A., Brooklyn, N.Y. Bpeaklng-tnbe (Belsaae).. 



Ang.a 
Sept. 30, 



July 39, 

Jnly «. 
Nov. A 

Deo. 30, 

July as, 

Jao. 38, 

Sept. 30, 



Mar. £S, 
Dec B. 

Aug. II, 



Freed, D^ Philadelpbis, 



ed, D^ Philadelpbii 
led. W. E.. asafgno 

&Ca. <,8i« j. J.Freeml 



.reeman & Co. <,S^«j.J. Freeman. aa^EOor.) 
Freeman, C.. Brewater, Maaa. Slay foruilpa' aalls... 



o O. M. UcKoigbt, S 



SntUni and stad atlaobmani 



rreenun, u., reiroieam ^.onirv, r^ Duiuntann suiu a^uoumuut... 

Freeman, E.M., J. Lowe, and J. F. Stevens. Lathtop. Mo. Vbeel-plow 

Freeman, H. O,, Sherbonie, N. Y.. aailgnor to E. I). Gardner, North MarkaSeld. Mass. 

le, Abbeville, Ala. loe-sbatlDg maol 



Pnceaa for making obeeae . - 
li'reemaii, J. IStt Tdlboals & Benevey. ai 
freeman, J. D., assignor to self and J. Ollli 



rangh, Maas. Link for 



an, S.B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Bed.bottom.. 
an, W. A. ISee Jones, J,, assignor.) 

une (See Qolmby, A. P., aasignor.) 

an, W. A., jr., Newark. N.J. Sad-iron.... 
ith, H., and A. Biittner, Aachen, Pmsaia. 



Machine for grooving sewlDg.macbine 



b, C, A,.I)»veni>on. Iowa. Piano ttook.... 
h. C. G., Springield, 111. Dental forceps . . .. 
h,D.B., Orafloii, VL Wheel for vebicW . . 



and organ aiuebmeot. . . 



Weittnlnater, MaM. ClolbM-drlet.. 



Fob. 18,1873 
Aug. S, 



^1 3]3C 



117 


3« 




m 


800 




160 

in 
am 


lai 
m 




Goe 


39 




S31 


78 




779 


3SS 




887 
60 


S3 
935 
SO 




969 


311 


i 



64 



138.3X5 
135.432 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FBOH THE 
Alpkabetical lUt of palentea for the gear 1873— Continned. 



J. S., AlexuKlris. Va. Locami: 
tnaca.J.W^etal. '(&< Kosa & MLIli 
FtBnch.J.W..«oI. (S« KoM. J. G., a , 
Fnnch. R, Seyioonr, Codd. Msctiine Tor mikiDi: 01 alio 
FntDch, S.,BDd K U. Cbnw. OnnKi], Mua Copy.lioldtr 

Kreacii. W. H. " '■ ' 

Frsnier.O.H. __.. , 

Frericli>,W.(;.A.,TotK.nvllle,K,Y. Soow-ram for rallwoyi 

FrenDil. j\. (.SH HlDdm.M. J,, ualgnar,) 

Frey, F. B., Mulgnor to Froy, Simoklcr it Co.. Bncynn, Ol'lo. 

Ftey,J.A.,JeneyCily,N.J. tk>]ileriiigfiiniBiw 

F»v, Shoofcter & Co. (^fu Fi«y,F. K.iwlgnor.) 
Frick.A.O.,Wayn«»b<iroiiEli.l'a. Balanoed «Udov»lvo. 

Frlilay. R., Crockott. Toi. Si^-pluler 

Frtdley,J.jr.,CnriiBlB,P», Hot-air fonwoe 

Frleilniui, N.. el aU ISa HolTiuui, A. D., aulgnor.) 
FrlodHoh, J. {Hrt KeKt. A., a«ignor.) 

Vrlel, W..SanFruiciMD,CaL LiiDp-bcaUr 

Fr1«st,J.r..ChllUK.tbe,Mo. Chum 

Frink. C. L.. Kookville, Conn. Rubber componnd for the mannfe 
Frlnk, E. 0. [Ute Smitli & Frink.) 
Frink. U.S. (,Sa« UaDnluc. I .UBiHnor.) 

l'riabefcG.,PoiUYillo.P». Guide wiileoro-b»t»l for revnlvinBrock-driHa 

Friflbic. B., OKlKDor to tlie J.uid E-Slevena Company, Croiuwoll, Coiid. Toy aavinKF 
bank (Deilgn).. 




6av-abarpeatDg u] 



Si^-planter | Feb, 



FrldOla, F. A, Ilrooktyn. ». T. FoodoTMUOO 

Frtuch, J. W., CInolDnMi, Oblo. Coupling for tubular llgktDioE.nHla. .. 
Fritts, C.E., aialjcnor to J. S^Fritta. OneouU, S. X. Ciirlaiu'llicuni 



l*roG«a of ullliEtDgoLdrallway.raiLfl 

Frill, J., rxe«a(or. (S« Frili. G.) 

Fritii.J..BetblBheDi,«ndG.rritfcJohni(own,Pa. EolUi 
Friti,J.,uid W.aPooley, Memphla, Tenn. Michino 1 



. U>y M, ins 
.;Nov. ■^■'"- 
. Sept.' 

Jnly 

Apr. £9, ins 

^iMay ijen 
- Uet 3, Lena 
. Jnne 3, 1S13 



\ Frontier, p., and A. Bollamere. San FranelaoOiCaL Watob^:li4in.... 

FroahaoE^.O,, Albert Lea, Ulnn. ColorlDgindpreMrvingwood to 

Frost, A. IL ^Ste Amea ^ Frost) 

Frost. A. H., et «L {Stf Uoody, W. P.. aaalenor.) 
I Froat,K.W., Brooklyn, N.Y. Hubber er«»er 

('nat, Q. {Sa Dobaon, R F.. anignor.) 

Frost.J.B., Jackson, Mich. Fuilecer for aaaliea and doora 



. Jnlv t 
. I»eo. n 



. Dec Ki, It 



Froit, T., Piemiunt, N. T. Sash faalouet and tightoner... 
Fry, U.K. («m Wagner i. Fry.) 

Fry, J. W., Pauama, Colombia. Nipper for twisting wli«. 
Fry, U. W., Guyan^ottr, W. V». Keniovlpn aclda from k 



Fryer, B.M,Na8h»il 



:le, Tenn.,aBgiitnorornoe-biilf iDterost to G. W.Sanlpftw. Cut-off. 
ujidraveniPK vslve-gear for engine* 1 

Frjer, W.J.Jr." («« Johnsoi., G.^., Bsslgiior)' 

Fl;yer,W.J.,jr.,and G.lLJohnson, aaid Johnaon aaalgnor (o said Frjor, Mow York, 

S. r. lire-proof Manaardroofa 

Fucbn, J. {titc Boeklen, R, asaignor.} 

Fulghnm. J. P. and L. L. Lawrence, saiigoDrB to Wayne Agrlcnltnral Company, Dublin, 

Fnlgbom.T. p!, aaaienor to ael) ludHv^yue A griouUnral Company. bubl'in.Ind.' Grass- 



. Frb. IS, ISn 
, Feb. IS.-— ■ 
.;F«b. !§, 



Jrull(ir,K.P. {Hit Wells. W^tSBignoT.) 

Poller, G. H., Pawtnckel, K. I. Maunfaalurs of oalcboi for jewalors' u 

FulleT,L.K.,asdEnorUi J.Estey & Co., Brattleborougb, Yt. Oigan-cH 



FoUer,O.B., Newark. N.J. Dough machine 

Same Machine for sheeting dough 

ruller,S.It.,Lyuu,Maaa. Die for DiotdloK shoewles 

Fuller, W. 11., Bew York, N.Y. aieain-heater 

Fullerton, J. M., a al. 'iSa Moody, B. D., asslgoor) 

Fnllgraa'.L.A..NcwTark,N.Y. Packlngbox 

Fulton. ^G., Toledo. Ohio. Feeder and Hftar for bikers 

Fulton. J. R, West Uahoning Township. Fa. Store-pipe tblluble. . . 

Fnnck.S.,tJuincv. IlL WooS -sawing machine 

Fnniui, A.. Woodvlllo, Ky. Medical compound 

Fuiill»,A.W.,8ondford,lud. Churn 



July 1, 1B73 

July 



May 37, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Sept. a.ien 

July 8,1873 
Nov. IB, I8TJ 
Jidy W, leI3 
Not. 11. 1673 
Dec S,ltn3 

Jau. 31,1873 
Apr. 1.18TJ 

Jan. 38, 1873 
July 1,1873 



BS 


88 


1^9 


li? 


90 


38 


™ 


'W 


ins 

47 


^1 


330 


m 


10 


7 


91 


7 


Mil 


179 


118 


39 


lOS 


35 


« 


1 
189 


18 


6 


537 


"o 


«8 


336 


609 


900 
309 
309 


378 


'is 


eaa 


369 


m 


.< 


'^ 


sae 


815 


966 


837 


878 


389 
315 


68 

3«9 
39 


sea 


.% 


r.i 


■"^' 



UNITED STATES PATENT-OFFICE, 1373; 
JlphabeticallUlofpalentetafortkeyear 1873— Continued. 




I4S,0U 



Fnrbneh, C. A- (Stt Forlmsh, M. -.., , , 

FDrbDBh.M.A..aBal|{nar toaclfuiaC.A.Furboab,FhUu1elplii>,P>. SplniHcwhori foi 

FurloDd, K, P,SpHni{fielrt, idmss. (iol'Uc Bud cnfl 



.vlng-ni 



Mignor, 



Gnhr. 



,'a. Deodc , 

. Swedeu. Uedii 

■ ir M M. Colin, Ni 

■.■ork.N.T. Taki 

anct L. LaDglotz.Assigni 



ilty knife and sprig-bin . 
ig'oTiaobuine" 



id Inm acid-ti 



». T. T»kB-i 
cSin,NewYm 



ipfDrJoaniB (Beluue; 

f.'Y. Lel^ mecbimiii 



Oaillard.T., Binnklyn, N.T, THra-bnclile 

Ualnea, L. J., luluitor tu C. I'lrhrr, Weat Meriden, Conn 

Galaberg, y.,N«» York, N. Y. Splltooii 

Gsliuid.T). F., ParU. Frunze. Frame and alock for revoi 
Qal8,D. T.,Fort Wajue.Ind. Nut and coiTbb roaaier... 

Gale, J. A., Weat Medwav, Maaa. Car-coupllng 

Gale, L. D,, Waalilngton, 1). C, Appupltaa ror tbe nianu 

Sams Manufaoiiire ofeaa 

Gale. U. F., New York, N. Y. Vipor-bnrner 



..(Estpndouj.. Nov, 



OalUger, U, L, SsvanDsb, Ga. Autnniatl 
Ga1laEh«r,B„SalnI John, Canada, and J 

GaUaghet/RVSainrjobnVcanwiii.' Ealchot^^^ 

Gallagber. U. H., GluucEater, Uosa. Lliard Tur aaila 

Uallagber.D.pClnctnnBtl.Ohlo. Core-bar for Mating. 

GalUeber, J., e( oL [See Lee. J.,aaHigDorO 

Sanie (^HSmlib ti Li%, asslenora.) 

Gallagher, J. 11.. Carthage, N. Y. Cempoaitlan lur prcwTTing dead bodiea. 

Gallagber.J. P.,SaintLoula.Mo. FIre-plog 

GalietJ.O., Saint AoKiwline, 111. Traotlon-wbeel 

GBl1oii»j,J..Nflw York, N. Y, Tvpe-wriling mocblne 

GaUdp,fr.H.,Troy,N.Y. UreM-facing {Releei 

Same Drees-faclng 

GBilj.M,,Bocheaier, N, Y. GoTemor 

Same Printing- [elegrapba , 

Same Maiblne for dlatrlbutlnB Ivpo 

Same CIrouil-cloaer and clrsult for mnlilplei orlnturval lelegrapba 

Same Mnltlplei or Interval tolegrapba 

Galpln, T^D.j ilaL j:^^ Dawaon, A. and H- T-, aaalgnora.) 



lt,T'.,Boc'kli 



diraj, Semple 4 . 
uuber, J., l^olerabuivb. Pi 
imeitel] &. Co. (Sit Wrli 
iiBidel,C-,t'Uc».N-Y. e 

Same Spring bed - 

WDUR, I, M., Friar's Point 



'llng,IIL 8talk'catt«r (BeisaDe) 

K Semple, W. G., assignor, 1 (DMlgn.) 



GtM. W. J., Winona, M 

Ga«lerirliie,O.H.rSok. _._,_... 

Gardiner, P- G-, New York. it. Y. 

Same Volute aprlng .--. 



D-P. (J^Bllsa. F. U.,a 



Gardner. £, U. ^Sa Co 
GardDer, G-, ft aL tSer 
Gardner, G., Glen Gaidi 

Cbair seat and bask 

Gardner, O., Glen Gardner, H. J., asaigi 



J. A., aaalgnor.) 

inlDer, W., aaaignor.) 

, N. J., aasignot oT tn-o-thirda intereat to O. L- u 



t toO. L-Oardner. Cbair 



ir, a. A. (Se/ Quick i Gardner.) 

r, Q. W., Troy, N. Y. Molding covers for cook 

T. R. D, iSa Freeman. H. O.. aaslgnor.) 

ir, H. W- (Sa Baker, A- K., aaaignor.) 

ir, I., ad. (Sh Hajnea. C. E., aaaignor) 

1,0., New York tdilla, N. Y. Meat-cbopper... 

ir, 0- L- (Sm Gardner. W., aaaignor.) 

tr, O.l^itai. (Set Gardner, W., aaslgnor.) 



BthiH.J-Keeler,Ten 



ir, W. (Btt Gardner. G., asalgnor. 



Sept 9 
Sept 9,1873 



Feb. W 1ST3 
Joly 8,1873 






., 


3ie 


107 


, 


May SO, I8W 

Nov- <]873 


xa 


leg 


3 


Jan. X \«a 


148 


" 


' 



66 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees far the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



139,568 

142,225 
140, 410 
i:)6,989 
140, 621 
135,704 
135,472 



139,569 
142,331 
143,505 
145. 344 
140,770 
5.328 
138,630 
143,233 
14.5. 797 
140,061 



6,742 
137,672 
134, 435 
143,006 

134,986 
136,501 

142,332 
137,771 
144,973 

136, 148 
144,974 
137,673 



140, 494 
141, 433 

135,902 
135,705 
138,243 

136. 431 
136, 911 
138,747 
144,897 
138,242 



144.898 
136,370 
145,292 
145,563 
139.056 
141. 132 

134,658 



139,780 

143,069 
146. 697 



135,270 

139,309 
135, 642 
136,432 
142,096 
137,067 

140,264 

143,688 

135,983 

137. 194 

134,879 

140, .360 
141,640 
134,880 

137. 195 
138, 143 
141. 133 
143,689 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Gardner, W., Msignor of two-thirds interest to O. L. and O. Gardner, Glen Gardner, N. J. 

(Jbair 

Garfield, C. L., Albany, N. T. Bevolving chimney-top 

Garland, J. G., Biddeford, Me. Apparatus for moistening the atmosphere 

GarUngton, J. £., Chambers Court-House, AU. Portable fence 

Garlington, J. L., Snapping Shoals, Ga. Fire-place 

Garlington, T. C. La Fa vette. Ala. Seed-planter 

Garlocl, D. G., White Cloud, Kans. Harness maker's gage 

Garlock, J. {See Bartle &, Garlook.) 
Garman, S. J. {See Wishart, T., assignor.) 
Gamer, H. B. {See Gish, D. J., assignor.) 

Gamham, A., Saint Louis, Mo. Device for removing sand-l)ars in rivers 

Gamhart, J. H., Madison, Wis. Binder's attachment for harvesters ^ 

Same same 

Garnsey, J. C, New York, N. Y. Urinal 

Garratt, A. C, Boston, Mass. Rail way-sw itch 

Garratt, W.T., San Francisco. Cal. Lubricator (Reissue). 

Garretflon, £. K., and W. Fulgnum, Winchester, lud. Bed-bottom 

Garretson, J. C, Marshland, N. Y. Wheel for vehicles 

Garretson, O. S., Bnffido, N.Y. Blind-hinge 

Garrett, J. M., Brenham, Tex. Cotton-chopper 

Garrison, H. W. {See Wall W. H., assignor.) 
Garrison, J., et cU. {See Clifford, W. P., ass'gnor.) 
Garrison, L., et oL {See Clifibrd, W. P., assignor.) 

Garrison, S., Baltimore, Md. Picture-ft ame molding (Design) . 

Garsed, G. L.. Wilmington, Del. Beam and roller for looms 

Garsed, R., Philadelphia, Pa. Spindle and bobbin for spinning-ft^ames 

Garsed, R.P., Norristown. and J. D. Buck, Philadelphia, Pa., said Buck assignor to 

said Garsed. Feed and blow-oif for steam-boilers 

Garside, J. E., Hennepin, HI. Hand-seeder 

Gartenmann, A., New York, N. Y. Loom-shuttle motion , 

Garvin, H. R. (See Smith. J. D., assignor.) 

Gasooigne, J., Rochester, N. Y. Insole for boots and shoes 

Gash, G. W., and C. L. Owens, Clinton, HI. Corn-husking thimble 

Gaskell, J., Bridgeport assignor to Colt's Patent Fire-arm Manufacturing Company, 

Hartford, Conn. Safety appliance for governors 

Gaskill, H. C, Monnt Holly, N. J., assignor to Hay & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Fruit-jar. . 

Gaspary^.R., Berlin, Prussia. Needle-threader 

Gaston, H. A., Sfcn Jo86, Cal. Spring-mattress 

Gately, D. C, Newtown, Conn. Making rubber-belting (Extension) . . 

Same Rabber-belting (Extension).. 

Same Plate for vulcanizing bolting, huse, &,c 

Gately, D. C, Newton, Conn., and J. B. Forsyth, Boston, Mass. Appsratus fur the manu- 

fjAOtnre of vulcanized rubber-belting 

Gates, A., Bnmside, HI. Scaffold 

Gates, J. , Saint Louis, Mo. Bridge 

Gates, J., Portland, Oreg. Lubricator 

Gates, J. H. {See Elilbam, C, assignor.) 

Gates, J.P., Red River County, Texas. Lever for presses 

Gates, L., Pleasant Hill, Mo. Moth-trap for bee-hives 

Gates, L., Mount Vernon, Ohio. Portable tence 

Gates, O., Columbus. Ohio. Reversible center-pinion for watches 

Gatett, S. F., Cambriage, Mass. Car-axle box 

Gates, W. {See Caple Sc Gates.) 

Gate^ W., et dL {See Haver, W. W., assignor.) 

Gathmann, L., Chica^. Dl. Blind-hinge 

Gathright, J. B., Louisville, Ey. Harvester-dropper 

Same Machine for punching, splitting, and creasing bridles 

Gatllng, R. J., Hartford, Conn. Traversing mechanism for machine guns , 

Gatty, F. A., Accrington, England. Dyeing madder colors 

Gauanin, O., J. B. J. Mignon, and S. if. Rouart, Paris, France. Coating metals with 



copper. 



lit 



Gault, G. E., and A. W. Winall, assignors to Queen City Wringer Company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. Clothes- wringer , 

Gault, T. B., et oZ. (See Snyder^ J. H., assignor.) 

Gaunt, J. F., assignor of one-half interest to £. B. Kcott, Newark, N. J. Conductor's 
check-box 



Gaver, C.P., Ashland, Ky. Barge-pump 

Gay, A.E., Nashua, N. H. Glass piston and packing for pumps 

Gay, J. {SeeKerr, HS., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Knight, H., assignor) (Design.) 

Same {See Righter, C, assignor) (Design.) 

Gaylord, IC L., Bridgeport, Conn. Loek for sewing-machines 

Gay lord Manufactunnj^ Company. {See Payne, S. F., assignor.) 

Gazley, J. F., Canyonville, Oreg. Harrow 

Gear, A.S., Boston, Mass. Machine for cutting stone 

Same Machine for turning stone 

Same Stone-channeling machine 

Gearbart, C. H., Farmer City, IlL Car-coupling 

Gearhart, J. R. {See McKimm & Grearhart.) 

Gearing. C. assignor of four-eighths interests to G. M. Irwin. C. Walters, and N. Milli- ? 

gan, Pittsburgn, and S. B. Row, Clearfield, Pa. Manufacture of illuminating gas > 

Gebhard, J. B., and C. G. Sohwarz, Philadelphia, Pa. Heel for boots, &c 

Gebhardt, C, jr. {See Wirtz & Gebhardt.) 

Gecmen, J., New York, N. Y. Medical compound or rhenmatic ointment 

Same Kiln for drying malt, &c 



Geddes, W. B., Rochester, N. Y. Hot-air furnace. 



Gedies, A., New York, N. Y. Smoking-tube 

Gee, M., Oakland. CaL Fastener for the meeting-rails of sashes. 
Gee, "V^, New York, N. Y. Sirup-device for soda-fountains 

Same Dispensing apparatus for soda-water 

Same Soda- water an a siru p cock 

Same Cooler for soda-water, Slc 

Same Cooling-coil for liquids 



Date. 


Monthly 
TQlnme. 


Official 
Gazette. 


1 




• 

•3 

> 

3 

4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 


s 


June 3, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
July 1,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Feb. 4,1873 


107 
757 

59 
571 
255 
3U0 

73 


36 
249 
21 
190 
86 
95 
23 


617 
223 

13 
309 

40 
163 
133 


June 3,1873 
Sept 2,1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
Deo. 9,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
May 6,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
Deo. 23, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 


108 
8 
90 
278 
381 
627 
143 
800 
691 
945 


36 
3 

31 

93 
131 
207 

46 
276 
226 
304 


3 
4 

4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 


618 
243 

388 

eso 
59 

314 
509 
356 
677 
708 


July 1,1871) 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 






4 

3 
3 


8 


359 
30 


111 
10 


397 
9 


Sept 23, 1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
Mar. 4,18rj 


610 
459 
129 


207 

147 

42 


4 
3 
3 


324 

72 

256 


Sept 2,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 


10 
460 


4 
144 


4 
3 


343 
419 


Nov. 25, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 8, 18T3 
Nov. 22, 1873 
Nov. 22, 1873 
July 1,1873 


698 
714 
698 
360 


335 
230 
236 
112 


4 
3 

4 
3 
4 
4 
4 


569 
221 
569 
398 
531 






531 


129 


44 


19 


Aug. 5,1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 


20 
485 
300 
907 


6 

157 

95 

286 


4 

3 
3 
3 


136 
191 
163 
473 


Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
May 13, 187:J 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 


67 
506 
261 
635 
906 


24 
167 

81 
216 
286 


3 
3 
3 

4 
3 


251 
304 
528 
564 
473 


Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Dec 9,1873 
Dec. 16, 1873 
May 20, 1873 


636 
18 
252 
481 
535 


216 

6 

78 

157 


4 
3 

4 
4 
3 


564 
247 
616 
648 
564 


July 22, 1873 


727 




4 


95 


Jan. 7, 1873 


149 


47 


3 


18 


June 10, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
July 8,1873 


322 
664 
316 


100 
228 
107 


3 

4 
4 


6.'i0 

328 

45 


Jan. 28,18TJ 


728 


233 


3 


106 


May 27, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Aug. 96, 18r3 


784 
243 
68 
651 
653 

762 


249 

77 

24 

214 

216 

C240 
$241 


3 
3 
3 

4 
3 

1' 


592 
159 
251 
214 
328 


June 24, 1873 


702 


Oct 14,1873 


969 


89 


4 


410 


Feb. 18,1873 
Mar. 25, 18T) 


549 
700 


"2.54* 


3 
3 


196 
336 


Jan. 14,1873 


354 


C112 
113 

69 
113 
254 
253 
241 

89 


^ 


48 


July 1,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Ma^ 25, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 


22 
217 
355 
770 
793 
727 
270 


4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 


10 
1€0 

49 
336 
455 

96 
411 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1373. 
Alphabetical JUt of pattnUei for tkt year 1873 — CoQtmaed. 



tHu Cilv, FlL Rl« 



IB for dlipeDBlDg BocUmndvilncnl water*.-' 



13<,1W 



117.338 



I«,3CT 
1W.03S 

13»>,631 



9,431 
145,843 



li. !.:.[, C, 1'IjjUI. h.liw. i'-. Street-sweeper 

i"i;;or, G. L., PhllBdi^lphia, PI. Tlll-mUno 

ilrLJter, P., Waynesliaraiiiili. Pa. ThrubltiK-macbliw 

'ic-(siDHer. K. A., Cooporsburoh, Pa. Baf-hnldsr 

i^i™lor,K..»»laiiort<iaBl(»iid J.LBrtora,NowTorli, N.r. FoUing«hair 

I ii-ll.T. C. C. [Str ShPpant, C. L.. aMicDor.) 

i:i-Ti«", (.'., Foiilllov. ns-iciifrioO, P.Canler. pRriB. Fttince, Bed-bottom 

I" ntrj.J,J„an.lJ,F.Cull.-lI. Corinth, Miaa. Swingliie-gato 

Georg*, C. P. (Set GeorKe, R. W., asslznor.) 

George, B. M., Throe Hivora, Mich. A itinitally hinged gate 

George, J-S.. and W. HeiighfjUlnir. BKdj^port. Conn, ^^blne ibr cutting canx-groovee- 

George, K. W., Boaton, Maas. Macblne for Jolatlng aUve* 

Genrge. B. W., aaoigDor to C. P. George. Boelon, Maaa. Machine for Jointing and 

planlDg BtavH .^.. -...--.-,-,...-.. .--......-. 

George, W. {Sit Uoore. George II Holley.) 

George, W., and W.F.DurTco, Philadelpiiia, Pa. MacblDeiy Tor rolling molal 

George, W.E- (.<« Bniitd, D., aaaignor) 

Geraalit.v, J., JerseT CitT, N-J. Terretand martlnnale ring 

Geranl, J.N.. HewYork, N.Y- Alomlier or vapor&er 

Gerao.G.W., Brooklyn, S.Y. Awning 

Gerdea, F. W., AUeghenv CItv. Pa. Manofactore of palnW {Rei«oe).. 

(ierhard, II. {Sei Ahrena & Gerhard.) 

Gerhard, 8., HauHlBn, N.J. ProiwlllBg regsela 

aCWyandoit "- " - 



Gfrik. 
Gerkhardt, 



I, Proaaia, aaalgnur U 



en. Gcrmiuiy. Devlt 



. IStt ^toobead. <3. W., Baalgnor.) 
.III. ij. {See Dodge. H., aaalgnbr.) 
'. II., New Fork. N. Y. Sleam-engine cylinder 

inio Fly-wheel 

■,K.. New York, N.\ 
<y. M.. Mlddleb' 






;.|eaf tt 



„. ._. _ . iug-inaehiiio 

Gblrardlni, H. L.. Providence. R. I- Raliror atraet i^lwaya 
Giant Powder Company- iSit Jodsno, E.. aaalgoor.l 
Giant Powder Company tt al. (Su NobeL A., SAslgnor.) 

GtaiK Powder Company, {&» Nobel, A.,»«lenor) 

Giant Powiler Company tt aL (Set Vamey, Y., aaaignor.) 

Glbblns. J.. SprlngUuld, Maaa. Sbatt-conpling 

Glbbona,RJ.,SBrntLou)>,Uo. Rail waj-tank feeder 

Gibbona, S.. Freedom, Pa. Steam alr-pamp andcondenaer -. 
GiblwnB. W. t&t Uelcair & Gibbona.) 

Ulbb*. A- II.. Norwalh. Conn. BliiitiM-.wni-l.M- 

Glbba,A-W.,Norwich.CDnn. . 



Uibbfl.J., Uiiebiuaaa. La. Locomi 



ifl,J., Uiiebiuaai 
iti.J.,rieroont, 



Glbba.J.,^emoiit.(lhla- Fence-poat-- 
Qibba, I. , Canton. Ohio, aaalgnr— ~— " ' 
[illiba. L,. aimignor to ■rlf and 1 
- "SLea, - '-'■ 



Glbba.P. L.,CI „ . 

Ofhbs, R. SpVliig Hill. Mo. 



levla bar and lionk - . 



Glbba, Stcn 

Glbba,'W. A..SewaTdalone, and A. Borwlck, London. England. Dryer 

J., Boaloo, aaalgoor to self and H. K. Ulnes, Gnat Boston, Mau. 



n,C.T.,Ba]timoTe, Md- Saahlo 
n, D., tt at. {Sfc LowHe, n. C., i 
n,J. (i^KBeekmann & Gibson. 



Gibson, S., BsalgT 
Gibson, a. T. ' 



loH.Tonn|t,York,P». RoUry steam -engine 



■ and feed- water apparatus 



. „h.Ohla. Waah-boller 

,idley.K.,Moote-sMill,S.Y- Ore-washer 

Glebrtch,K.,<taJ. (,S«! Giebricb. L., aaaignor.) 

Giebrlcb, L., awilgaor to K. Glebrich and J. Erbaoher. Ottnmwa, Iowa. Bnrelope 

Giebrich,I..,Ottnmwa,Iowa. Envslope 

Gifiarrt, P., Parla. France. Air repeallng-gnn 

Some Compressed air defnnse-slick. 

Giffard, P., Pariii, France, aMlguor to V.J. A. DItk. Plttsbnrgh, Pa. Packing for pistons 

ifford, £n., aBsign(H-'to'Beif,'iVBVsWYe'na.'iind FyiVRidy.'a^^^ 

coupling 

Qifford,L-C-,Montic*llo,ia Harrow 

OlDbrd, S. J. fSa Skinner II Gimird-) 

Glgodot, R., LjDDi, France. Blast for (Dmncca of aleam-boilcrs 



Mar. '4,1873 



Aug- 12, 1873 

Apr- 13. 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Feb. S5, 1873 
Apr- 1. len 
FcbL 18,1873 

May !T, 1973 



Monihly Uffloial 
volome. iGiwftUt. 

T\ f[7V£ 



733 sae 3 SST 



May!»,18T3 


487 


IH 


3 


Ang. S,I973 
Sept 83, im 


83 

es4 

789 


36 

sas 


J 


t^i lilt?. 


130 


49 




Jan. ai,lBT3 


M 


183 






813 
303 

818 


3DB 
908 

"'ii,' 
m 




Sept. a,lST3 


81 


20 




Jnnel7,1873 
May fi,1873 

as a IS 


144 


216 




s.,1 iim 


S7 


18 


3 


Mar 13. 1913 

lieo. 1«,1813 

s.'rs 

Mar- IS, 1873 


549 


leo 


3 


Mar. as, 1873 

Dee. IS.Isn 

Apr. 15,1873 
Dm. 30.1K3 
May St7. IB73 

Sept a,ira 


lie 
lie 


30S 
38 


1 


Jan. 7,1873 


i»> 


\l 


i^ 


July 1.1873 
Jan: !»:ira 


^ 


3t; 




Nov. 4.1873 
Ang. 13,1873 


131 
375 


M 


! 


j^n-s; lilili 


146 


47 
3« 


3 


Feb- 25, 1873 


130 


375 


3 


Ma, «,IBT3 


148 


47 


3 


£if:?5;{l?? 


i*? 


350 

109 


J 


NoY. 18, 1873 


509 


173 


4 



141, Ml 



143, 898 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FEOM THE 
MpluibeHcal lut of patenleei for the ytar 1873— Continned. 



B, rMldsOM. nod InTenUim. 



Hostblj 



aitbenli,J..B]i<IM.E 



O.N.Y. Uannfiictiir' 



n. H. T. ButtorbBokft . . 



Saine Starch-mlU . ■ ■ 

GiJbcrt, E. K.. Moutrckl. Unu 
OtlbtM, E. " " 



Mide- valve mKhoniam 

_ ..nirine-mill 

Gllberi, II.C.,N*wLondnD,Coini. KnUe^ileaner 

Gilbert. O.H.,I>ar<«n. Wis. Suh-batener 

— ■■- --■--•- ■ - ■ - N.Y. Supplen 



~, ADA J. r. Tophimi, RiwheBU 



Gilbert, H.PortHmDutb.N.e. Mwlim 
Gilbert, T. 8. («« De Forest (t GilU*i 

Gilbert, T. 8., Birminglun]. Conn. Conet 

Gllrhrii(,L (SW LinUilcnm. J.F., ualxnor.) 
GililDIilwYe, C. E. ISte OiT & Gildersleeve.) 
Glldenlwva, E. B.. Wadini River. N. Y. C]othe»-dricr . . 
GlIiioraleeTe. J. P., eiA tSit Smith. t. S.. ualgnor.) 

Oilrs.F.A^JerHj'Cltv.N. J. 'Wklch-barrel 

OllfllUn.W.,Sp«ier, Iflnn. Eorae-pairer 

Gilflllon, W., Scnonw. N. Y. Cnmbined iloor hInKe anil 

mil.C.B..It(KbeBter.M.Y. Pump-plBton 

Glll,G..tiMlKDor toItpe<l&BBTl(ni,TBiuit(Hi. Mase. Car 



Sept s.ie_ 
Feb. ie.ien 

. Apr! lS,le73 

Out. ai.ima 



. UkT. IB, iim 



'coiver (DeaiKQ).. 

nuan i.iiiiD-iiaBiiDi (I)eali(n).. 

Same Hme (Deai)cn).. 

Same Ckke-bolder (DwIb"!-- 

tone TeB-BeiTlce (Dealgii).. 

GIll.XH. (SHSmltb&Gitl.) 

Gill, J, N., OshkoBfa, Wli. Carriaee-top 

Gill, R. (Sk Soott, J., aaalnior.) 
GllUm, J. W. and J. W., Jr., New ton. N. J. CRr^ooplI 
GillHule. C, E.. EdwardsTJlle. III. Auiotnalio gate . . . 
CllleBpl^J. (S«Freeniui.J.U..aasiKnor.) 

Gill«sple,J.K.,Notwich,CoDn. Rotorypump 

'--i]lesple,J.E.,Narw[cli.a]]dT.EaliD,mrtrord, Conii., sold GUIeaple aulgnar to aald 

Knhn. Mai.h<nn fill- nir.rln,^ i-nrfl 
Gilli 



"St _„ 

■■■•£■.■'■'■■'5'! 



Machine 

Qllleaple. M.. Smilhe Feitv. Fa. 
GIllett.G.W. <SMBriiKB,O.P. 



kh. and T. Koh 

Ky. Dlsmiind^inied drili ror denial iiu.V. 

Tpt Ksamer IOron?a"iiiineoli-WBlia!!"."." 
aaaigDuEB.l 



. -— («(« Wllaon, A. M., aaaienor-l 

GiUelKsG.W. (SKHBme,G.W,.aMrgnor.) 

Same («« Proaaer iGllletu!) 

Gillette. L. D.. Meriden, Conn. Faalenor for n 
Gillian. A., IMttsbargh, Pa. Coach.pad for ha 

Gillotl, J., anrtP. CoplcT _ _ 
CilRian, C. H., etoL (Sa Utle; 
Gilnian,E.S. (8h Martin, P..aaHIKDar,J 

GllioBD,H. (Sm ^;u^ti^ D., «sBlj!Dor) 

Gilman, !!.,(( oJ. (SuCurtia.D., aaaienor) 

GilmBn,aE.,NBi>Or]eanB,Li. Sample-bottle. 

Gllmore, w!,'M8ienortaH.j"uiion&.l«i'B,KiddemilnRl 



..(Roiaai 



li, MaWL Beer-coeler. . . 

ni{ra«,T.»ndL.l 

id L., Bnlblo, N. Y. Knlffrclei 



wliDK ai 

H.trGi 



avilte, Ky. Medical 



.. Carpet (Doaign). 

• illBOn, L,., IMMUU. I 

Gimllcli. J.. Pit lade 

Uiii](t«i.L. (SttG-^.—, 

Glneraa, T. and L., Bnlblo, N. Y 
GtnEinger, C. L., BlerllDK, LI. I 
Gird. R D., Syraome, N.Y. Appiuntor 
Glak, D. G.. RBBignor of (me^biSl ioten 

Domponnd or llDimen t _ _ _ 

GltheDa.J.C. (^HNattinK & Githena.) 

Glad.G.H.BoBionHlahiancia.Maaa. Ca«er for fnmlture 

GUddlng.F.H, Providence, R I. Bitckle-faaleolng 

Gladding. T. S. (^irr Haight & Gladding.) 

Gladney. R.. Buena Vlata. MIh., ■aslgnor to E. H. Hotehkiw, New Fork. K. T. SowIdr. 

Qlanti. C., BJ(iiiiorB.'Md.""crimjiOT7or'bMta'andah'o« ^\\ 

BiniB Machinery for crimping the oppem of boola and ahoea 

Glanrille, C, San FranclBco, <.'aL Uetlioduflayinif off ahocappers 



July I 

Nov. II. ._ 
Feb. S5, le 



I, F. B.. B 



WrlnglDK 



ineoveFa 
UachloeC 



rford Conn 
. rouEh, Ohio. 
t McCrelght S: Glangon 



i«lgnor by . 
Wringing.ni 



IB aacignnient to Bailey 'Waahlng i 

ne (Kelaar 

>bargh. Pa. RoIIb for rolling wa; 



Glasure, A. J,, il at (Set Thomaa, 6. F., aaalenai.) 
Gleaaon.C.J. rt<« Pitkin di Gleaann.) 

E. P.. BrtMklyo. N. Y. Ganlightiagtorch... 



impany, Rochoater, N. 



Glen, W., Toronto, (Canada. Balan« 
Gleudinning, D. W., Detroit, Mich. 
Glenn, G. K^. aHlgnor ofone bsJf inl< 

orlna paddle wheelii 

Glldden,C.Vr. (SwElllBA^GIldden 
Glidden. C.W., Lynn, Maas. Mannf 



Ui J. L. and M. Robloa, 



.Albion, lU. Fea 



. Oct H, li 
. July 33, li 



tl8 3 538 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Jlphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



69 



Na 



135,539 
135, 540 
135, 797 

136.233 
138, 317 
i:i6, 318 

136, 503 

138,634 
139,382 
140,265 
143, 507 

143, 690 
143, 899 
139,058 

137, 545 



141,044 



143,820 
145,861 

135, 798 
142,388 
139, 789 
135,985 
142,389 
144, 024 
145,293 

136, 055 
143, 137 



137,300 
140,192 
140, 033 
144,899 
144, 025 
6,480 

6,481 

6,758 

6,950 

141,554 

137, 436 

137, 544 

145, 168 

5,553 

137, 301 



137, 546 

139, 571 
144,088 
145, 101 
138, 144 
143,900 
141,503 
144, 843 

143, 343 
145, 169 

140, 911 

136,649 
143, 138 

144,090 
140,820 

140, 821 
143. 508 
143, 977 



136, 152 

139,667 
141,345 



6,698 

142,097 
136, 718 



Name, residonoe, and inTention. 



Glidden, C. W., Lynn, Mass. Lasting-machine for boots and shoes 

Same Machine for lasting boots and shoes 

Glidden, C. W., Lynn, Mass., assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. Kail- 
cutting machine 

Glidden, C W., Lynn, Mass. Boot and shoe heeling machine 

Same Machine lor lasting boots and shoes : 

Same Lasting-tool 

Glidden, C. W., Lynn, assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. Machine for 

pricking and naiMoading boot and shoe heels 

Same Machine for forming lM>ot-heels 

Same Machine for manufacturing boot and shoo heel blanks 

Glidding, C. TV.. L3'nn, Mass. Lasting-machine 

Glidding, C. W., Lynn, Mass., assignor to J. \V. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. Heel- 

Dumishing machine 

Same same 

Same Machine for burnishing the heels of boots and shoes 

Glidden, C. W., Lynn, H. P. Fairfield, assignors to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. 

Heeling-machine 

Glidden, O. F., assignor of one-half interest to B. A. Fowler, Stoneham, Mass. Wash- 
boiler 



Glidden, R W. (See Marble & Glidden.) 

Glines, J., Postville, Iowa. Washing-machine 

Globe Nail Company. (See Turbayne & Wyman, assignors.) 

Same (See Turbayne, I)., assignor.) 

Glover, J. H., Freedom, Ky. Wheel for vehicles 

Glue, W., Muskegon, Mich. Refuse-burner 

Gminder, W., Rentlingen, Germany. Shedding mechanism 

Goble, G. S , Saint Louis. Mo. Hose-coupling 

Godard, A. D., Chicago, 111. Stucco ornaments 

Goddard, C. F., Saint Ansgar, Iowa. Grain-binding harvester 

Same Harvester-reel 

Goddard, E., Saint Louis, Mo. Steam-generator 

Same same 

Goddn, L., Boston, Mass. Armor-clad vessel 

Goddu, L., assignor to the American Cable-Screw Wire Company, Boston, Mass. Spool 

for boot and shoe soling machines 

Godfrey, L. (See Andrews & Godfrey.) 

Godfrey, W. L. (See Popping, J., assignor.) 

Godfrey, W. A. T., et ai. (See McPherson, W. H., assignor.) 

Godley, G. F., New York, N. Y. Car-spring 

Same Railway - car sprin g 

Godwin, J. B., Washington, N. C. Press 

Goebel, J., and J. Preis, Caledonia, Wis. Leather-splitting machine 

Goetze, F., and D. Miiller, New York, N. Y. Acconiion, &.c 

Goetze, H. F., assignor to The Roxbury Carpet Company, Boston, Mass. Carpet. 

(Design) 

Same Carpet (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same ( Design) . . 

Goewey, G., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for treating and aging spirituous liquors 

Goff, J. W., Providence, R. I. Iron-tender and car- frame 

Gt>ffrie, C. F. L., and J. H. Schncht, London, Englaifd. Piano and organ keys 

(jope, S., New York, N. Y. Ear-muff '. 

Going, A. J., Clinton, La. Cotttm-bale tie (Reissue).. 

Siame same 1 , 

Gold and Stock Telegraph Company. (See Edison, T. A., assignor.) 

Same 1 same (Reissue. ) 

Same (See Pope & Edison, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Gold, S. F., Englewood, N. J. Apparatus for heating buildings by steam. . (Extension) . . 

Same Hot-air furnace • 

Golden, W. N.. Coldwater, Mich. Butter-worker 

Golding, W., New Orleans, La. St«am -generator 

Golding, W.H., Chelsea, Mass. Printing-press 

Goldman, L S., Winterset, Iowa. Automatic cradle 

Same Tobacco-kni fe 

Goldmann, H., New York, N. Y. Treating cotton-seed oil to render it drying 

Goldsmith, G., and J. Dilkes, Leicester, England. Apparatus for removing obstructions 

trom gas-pipes 

Goldsmith, J. M., Boston, Mass. Cotton-bale tie 

Goldthorp, I)., and T. Hiold, assignors of one-half interest to J. B. Clapp, Hartford, Conn. 

Brick-machine 

Goldthorp, S. H., assignor to R. H. Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for making gas 

from oi 1 8 

Goldthwait, C, South Weymouth, Mass. Shoe-fastening 

Goldth wait, J. F., Boston, Mass. Gas-bracket 

Golletz, J. (See Phillips &, Golletz.) 

Gonberg, O. H., Ferrysburirh, Mich. Balanced slide-valve 

Gonellaz, H., Yermillionvilie, La. Ditching-machine 

Same Dredging-ma«-hiue 

Good, J., Williamsburgh, N. Y. Condensin^-tube for spinning-machines, &c 

Good, J., Lancaster, Pa. Kitchen and ironing table 

Goodale, W., Clinton, Mass. Machine for making paper bags (Extension) . . 

Same same (Extension) . . 

Goodchild. W. IL, Bayonne, N. J., and S. F. Hay, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to said 

Goodchild. Joiner's clamp 

Goodell, A. D., assignor to Miller's Falls Company, Miller's Falls, Mass. Bit-stock 

Same same 

Groodell, A.T. (iSec Loomis & Goodell) (Design.) 

Goodell, A. W. (See Johnson &, Goodell.) 

Goodell, B. A., Waltham, Mass. Watch-hands (Design) . . 

Goodell, Brann & Co. (See Braun, J., assignor.) 

Goodenough, C, New York, N. Y. Horseshoe 

Qoodes, S. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine 



Date. 



Feb. 
Feb. 



4,1873 
4,1873 



Feb. 11,1873 

Feb. 25,1873 

Feb. 25,1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Mar. 4, 18TJ 
May 6, 1873 
May 27, 1873 
June 24, 1873 

Oct 7, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Oct 21,1873 

May 20, 1873 

Apr. 8, 1873 

July 22, 1873 



Oct 

Deo. 

Feb. 

Sept 

June 

Feb. 

Sept 

Oct 

Dec 

Feb. 



21, 1873 
23,1873 
11,1873 

2,1873 
10, 1873 
18, 18TJ 

2,1873 
28,1873 

9,1873 
18, 1873 



Sept 28. 1873 



Apr. 1, 1873 
June 24, 1«?73 
June 17. 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 



Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Oct 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Apr. 



June 

Apr. 

June 

Oct. 

Dec 

Apr. 

Oct 

Aug. 



4,1873 
4,1873 
8.1873 
7, 1873 
5,1873 
1,1873 
8,1873 
2, 18T3 
22, 1873 
1, 1873 



21,1873 
8,1873 
3,1873 

28,1873 
2,1873 

22,1873 

21,1873 
5, 1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Dec 2, 1873 

July 15, ! 873 
Mar. 11, 18TJ 
Sept 23, 1873 



Oct 

July 

July 

Oct 

Oct 

July 

Aug. 



28,1873 
15, 1873 
15,1873 
7,1873 
28, 1873 
12,1873 
23,1873 



Feb. 25 18T3 
June 10,1873 
July 29, 18T3 

June 3,1873 

Aug. 26. 1873 
Mar. 11.1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



CO 



136 
137 

380 
777 
854 
855 

131 
147 
840 
763 

92 
270 
473 

537 



250 
647 



407 
744 
381 

323 
551 
62 
605 
234 
611 

714 



19 
705 
542 
636 
606 



125 
140 
249 
120 
843 
20 



250 
109 
659 

58 
794 
474 

84 

594 
901 

120 

509 

am 

715 

661 
428 
429 
93 
562 



717 
209 
946 



652 
332 



to 



42,43 
43,44 

123 
251 
275 
275 

42,43 

47 

269 

241 

32 

89 

159 

169 

170 

76 

218 



136 
243 
123 

20 
100 
182 

21 
200 

79 
201 

245 



6 
222 
172 
216 
201 



39 
46 
76 
39 

278 
6 



77 

37 

217 

18,19 

353 

159 



202 
306 

39,40 

171 

93 

245 

218 
145 
146 
33 
187 



232 

68 
308 



^ 



3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 



3 
4 



4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



3 
3 
3 
4 

4 



3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 

4 



4 

3 
4 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 
4 



214 
(110 
{ill 



4 
3 






138 
138 

169 
226 
232 
232 

256 
509 
.597 
702 

388 
411 
437 

564 

389 
89 



431 
682 
169 
247 
650 
197 
247 
458 
616 
201 

333 



358 
697 
676 
564 
458 

245 
245 
36 
380 
145 
368 
389 
595 
230 
359 



662 
389 
618 
462 
.590 
455 
437 
142 

560 
364 

595 

69 
^76 
333 

462 
62 
62 

388 

454 
35 

185 

221 
642 
121 



608 

215 
381 



IKDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alpkdbttieel litt bf -eaUiateet for %U gtar ISTS— ContiQDed. 



138. 3M 
130,314 



G(Klds^E.A.,Phi]■delphia,P>. SewinE-nuchlDr 
Goodfelbw, J. T.. and F. A. SsblnlOD, Tro; , K 1 
Gaodhart. A„ Mewrille. Pa. SrpBnlor for Iron i 
Gooding, W. M. (Set Wslkor i (ioodine.) 
Goodman, S., NitJcli. Mua. Hat-Btntftiing mac 
Itoodman. S. A..Jr., Jameitown. Tei. CompoDDc 
Goodrich, A. S., atslgoor lowlf, A. Pollooli, and 
'Wator-nuffo and feed-lDdlcAtiir fcir Bteam-bolLe 
Goodrich, B., Stralham, N. Y. Knad-trimmer ... 
GoodriGb.H.C. I$« Barnum & Goodrich.) 
Same (,!<« Bamnni, R. S.. BwlKiior.) 



1. Van WaKenen, New Torlt, N, T. 



Same 



..Prr«afr.footfor»Bwlog-m 



Goodvl 



caEO, Itl. HemmfrroraewlDK-m 
Qffbt-lrou blind.biago 



. Plaaton 



Goodrirb, H. C, aad K. Bai- 

Goodrich. W.H., Utica. N.Y. ....„ „ 

Gondridjto,J.M.,Norrollt.Va. Tag-UaWnet 

OoodarlCL. A., aulgiior to aelf i.o<fA.J. RamHlell, New Bai 

Goodatll. S.C., Wwtville, Conn. Lalh6^!hack 

OoudaoD, J.B. <5FfiS)iloiier&^GaodKii,) 

Goodwin, A. J., Broukline, Muaa. Uachiaenr for goring flluw-uppera 

Goodwill, J, E,.Brew»rlon,N.Y. Cam.movoment 

" ■ ■ ~ • .N.Y. Bridite 

W. D. Tabtr. Itnl!Rdo,N.T. Condenaorforatvanmnglnea.., 

in. W.^,. Camden, N.J. Gaa-lightand pmaure Eudioator 

■a.V: (5«SpraKU«. W.N., aHigDor.) 

ir.G., New York. N.T. Boot and alioo (bank 

■ir. J.. Gralon, N.Y. FoduULii pen 

IT. J.. ronkeni.N.Y. Macbine for winding bobbina 

ir, L..Tn.ma]i,.biirKh, N.Y. Doorohook 

ir,L.F.. New Uaren, Conn. Toot for cottinE nioUl (Kiteunlon). 

- " "" " -•■ -■ N.Y. Telegrai*. ' - 



IT. R B., Wilmington. Vul. auign 
a.I'a. Sliu«lo.l«r —'■—■—- '- 
>r. K.B., WiJmiugi 
lebiii opsraiing ipi 



It to B. U. JcDks. PblU- 



Goodyear Rubber 

Ganlaveo. U,. Taunton, uaas. (Jarcnnpllng 

Goold, J. C, Albany, N.Y. Landsu.BlB'gh 

(ionloD. C, London, En^nd. Gnn-lock 

Samp Brercbloaillne ordnance 

Gordon. G. P.. Babway. N.J. Inklng.apnnratua. 

Gi>nlon. ,1 .. Sail Fmiioiaco. Cal. Hprinti-toinl fur watcb-coBos . . . . 

Gordon,J.JJ'.,HucbeiiU-r.N.Y. Gnin-blndec 

Gordon. R H.. ar., Cbjveland, Ohio. Kailway ftvight-cor 

Gonlnn. W., aaalgnoT of two-tblrda Inb'rrat to A. Mct^anibridue, 

dFlpblfl. Pa. (fomnoaitlon baaln-rancaU 

~ ' ~". J., I'bitedi.-lpliia, Pa. Uacbiue forcnUingouland ■) 



boie«... 



lid T. Kinnvdj, Pblla. 
.raping up abeeL-mutal 



■a UanubcluHng Cani|>ai 



vrllic 



(theBcuk.Caaalinur. 



f. Pen'jcny.RprinEfleliLlII. Annan 
. Tbe HiiMoll and Erwin Mauurovti 
1. Lock.CHCulebeon plate 



iriDg Cotopany, Nov Hrllatn 



■■ ■ErwinMaii ,_.,, , 

(Dvaignl. 
ClVsigD). 
(Itralgu). 

Same Eey.hula eeontcbeon |1>nilgDI. 

SauiH Knob-roso and eocnUbtHHi (UeBien). 

Gorman. W.A. (ilw Slelw, llornian « ChrirtJ.) 

IJnrmann, G.andJ.B. Thiol. IJnlon Hill. N.J. Vebiclo 

Gorrel. T,, Warren, aangnor o( oue-balT lutereit to G. J. Uanpaoii, Profidunce, It. I. 

Gor^i•,V.cl.■™lan^^bbi^I^ok.^^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^■.^^^■;;!^^^^^^^^*.■ .'!.";;;."".' 

Gorluer, II.. Naabport, Dhio. Hand com.planter 

Gorton. J.. Now York, N. y. Ghimnev.lop 

Gory, E.G. (&ePearaou. S.. oanignor) (RplnBne) 

Gor,v, E. G. aolgnnr to Hlf and B. T. Niemann, Ciaeinnall. Ohio. Lock for drawere. kc 
Goalinit, J. W., UlnclDuaii. Ohio. Slep^^orer and whetlfeuder for carriaBca-IKeiiisuel. 

OoiiB.a N.. Claremont, N.H. Horae bay rake 

GOBO. G.D„ Boston, Masii. Reclining^:bai^ 

Gos-born. W.. Waterinn, Pa. Flour-boll 

Gotbam. M,. Oil City. Pa, Self. tarn ping torpedo 



Gould, C.O.,\vind . ., _.. 

Goald.C, H.,Boa[OD. Uaaa. Carriage-etep 

Gonld. E. T.. Mont Clair. N. J. Fine for boildin; 
Gould, F.,clal. ($M FiBchiT, W.£,,asBlgnor> .. 



Aug. 1% . 
SepL 30, iB 

Fe'tMa'ls 



May 13. If 
Feb. 11.1a 
Apr. IK. Iff 
Apr. 'JS, 18 
MouL a, IS 

July SS, IK 
July 15, IB 
May ai, IS 

Fob. ■ 



Mar. !S, IB 
Oct. 21.18 
Mar. A IS 



130,304 
138,718 
134. MO 



144, 3U 
13»,00l 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, I8T3. 
Mphahelical litt of paienteee for the year 1873— Continued. 



Lme, roBldeooc, uid InTention. 






It to H. Holt, RDtland, Qblo. 



Some ume 

G(rald,M.B.,««.l([Dorto»elf»na 8, D.ORkeii. Buffalo, N.T. Flower-Mt 

GoDl<I.R.J.,Mewwk.N.J. Tulve-zaiile 

OaDl<l.R.J.,udM.E. Campfleld, uaigoora lo H. J. Gould, Nevark.N.J. Valva foi 

Gonld.^' '£,'Uon'tt<MH\ s'. j" ' Stidr-pod ' fastenm'. '. 1 ^ I ^ !'!!!'! 1 !.'.*.'" II .'''"'".""!!" ! 

" " "MaiiVheiiir.'ijVHV ' Dish di 



ill, N.U. Halnsprliiti Hrcty-attocbnientl 
. (iSw Rider, A.K..uslnior.) 

.n™n.Wii. Sftw-mlll - 

. SiuuiuDliKiBa Depot. Pa. Btouii-1ubrli»li 

Hon, Mist. Shirt 

Bt for Bteani flre'SDEli 



(Irady, P., a-.i;riir,r u, J CorhrnDft Ne* York, N. Y. pBper-sii 
lirat, L., \rAi.iik. N .) Muhine lor bwltnE boolsand j:mlura. 
limhMiu.U M., l:i,iii"Mlle,lDd. Kall»By-otair 



UTBhun, K M., Vemon. La. Cnll 
Grahun.J. (jIuCarlack, W.B.,aniin>or.J 

GrmhBni,J.,N«irrork,N.T. ArtLtlciil ourl» 

Gnbam, J.C.tlal (&v MoGlnrs, W, B.,aMiRDor.) 

GnhuD, J. v., uatgDor of oue-luilf lDt«reat (o A. Betteg. Warrenal 



holder... 



J.I..,C«rthairt,IlL Plow 

Onbwn.J.R. |$M WilliBmL W. H..asB)EtIur. 
Gnbam, O. B. (Sm Pike & Graham,) 
" ' " (See BamloiMe & Grahua.) 

U..3aiDt Louis, Ho, Stopcock bi 

onuiQ Hjdrant---.- -,,,, 

Oramiii, C. R., Balnbrldire, Fa. WashlDE Implf 
Granily, C. E. (See Gnindy. Z. B. &. C. B.) 
GrB)idy.C.E.,aulgiiar toiDir,Z. B. Gnodj, ai 



Gmbsni 



r. D. H«ald, StaOWd Springa,ConD, 



■adj.C.B. udZ. B..U 



idW.aH 



a, Sluffoid S^nga, Con 



Grandy, ZS^ital. (See Gnody. C. E.. ■a^EUOT.) 

Oiaiid;.Z.a («m Oraody.C.E. and Z.B.) 

Grandy, Z. B. aod C. E.. aHlgnota lo anlves and W. D. I 



Granite Rooflna Compoiiy. (See MoreBD. P. B., aailfcnor.) 
Q^allnl^ C. M., and I. U.'FI(cl>, Morrigvllle, N. Y. Rfln.holdc 
Grant. A. J.. Wllltamstown. H. Y. Faaleniug for bareau dra< 
Grant. E E, (See Fmderlcl. Casaignor.) 






Grant. J, B, (&« UoCarthy, E,F..aiiHlei 
GnDt,J.J., Gnienfle]d,HaM. lite for ci 

fUme Dk-stock for cutting soi 

Same Friotlon clntch 

Gran^J, J,, assignor to gelf, 8. L. Wilsy, 



iltlng acrew-lbreads . . . 



C. P. BasseU, Green Betd, H 



It. J, W.. and C. H. Cook. Provl. 
aut,R,C.,Uiddlppart,Ohlo, Mc 
~ "" ioA.O. Bahi 



anlsm for feed nBUj>]atcii . 

. Provldeooe. R L Btaoflet 

LoDdoD. England. BMam-carrlage tar traniwaya. . 
* City, Pa. Pomp 



Graser, E.. Ut 
Grainier, W. ] 
Grate a. U,. Lexington, Ky. 

.a'..i 

Gravea, ( 
GraTe..Uu. ( 
Gravea. H. P. 



Graces U. F., Bunb 

Oravea. R. C, Bami _ 

Graiei, T. B., CDnlandvlUe, N. Y. 



G.16.,BB;iguor,) 

Furnace grate-bar. .^....,. 

Stirrer for maple^ugar 

L.,A.Y.,& A,W. Oray.Ulddletoon.Yt Link of cndloss- 






.g pnlleys. . 



for 

Gray.J., MedfonLMaaa. 
Gray.J..Uedrord,Mass., -^.. .., 

dl CoDipany. New York, N. Y. Lead-pai 

Gray. J., Kaymood "'-- " 

Gray.J.J., Boston, 
Gray, J,W.,HarTii 



CinDpuiy, Bristol, Cohd. CBDterlDg.dev]c« 
by iDFBne assignmeiitto Goodyear Rubber. HeBdPeu- 



urgb,Pa Spsrl 



and eitlDgnlBheT for locoiDOtivei 



Cray, L. N. B., aseignar at ODe.bi 

New York, N. Y. Sevlng.iuacbine Uble and cbalr c 
Gny, S. S,, Boston, Mbbs. Macbiae tor loliiiog 
Same MachUis for croalngand chamf 

Samel ~ ". " ColUr and tag' onttlDE m'ac'bine 
Gray, Vf. H,. assignor ta 3, A. Wooda. Boston, M 



E. B.PBnl,Boiton,MaBi 






Jan. 14, 1373 



Ang. SB, 1873 

Sept 9.1873 
May 87, 1873 

Feb. 3i. lea 

Sept l|l873 
May «,IB13 
Apr, 1.1873 



July 


i.ie73 


Jaly 


89,1873 


Apr 
Apr 


gis 


!i:r 


17; 1873 


Feb 
Not 


SS.ie73 

aii 



648 


Sift 


m 


S4B 


gio 


SSl 


ess 

759 




use 


74 


779 
4SS 


39 


70« 
837 


soe 


408 
S3 


8 


873 


m 


\^t 


398 

338 


K4 


183 


730 


Vi 


as 

91 


39 


840 


S73 
40 



72 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphahetical list of patentees far the year 1873 — Continued. 



Na 



145,415 
140, 913 

139,783 
139.784 
138, 017 
141,996 

140,363 

i:{5, 543 

140, 913 
142, 461 

142. 691 

142. 692 
137,302 
136,236 
136.505 
140,267 

143,015 

135,543 

139,059 
143,623 



137.836 
140,699 
140,823 



141,785 
143.622 

139,951 

136,154 

137,071 



138,560 
134,539 

135,273 

144,900 

145.564 
141,927 

143,236 
Of OfSv 
135, 218 
142, 336 
144,614 
145, 499 

135,907 
142, 100 
145, 942 
143,570 
140, 773 

139,889 

5,707 

13r<, 018 

141,269 



138,640 
144. 975 

143, 141 

138, 149 



138. 749 
136,651 
144,333 



134.661 
137,675 
137, 197 
136,595 

140,364 



Name, residence and invention. 



Greacen, J., jr.. New York, N. Y. Flexible play -pipe for hoee 

Greacen, S., Rye, N. Y. E ve-glara 

Great American Malt and Grain Drying Company. (See Morgan, W. F., assignor.) 



Toy 



Grebner. M., New York, N. Y. 

Same Wire cage 

Greely. B. J., Boston, Mass. Drawers 

Same Suspenders 

Green, A. M., et oL (See Green, C, assignor.) 

Green, B. F.. Syracnse, N. Y. Chair and step-ladder combined ■ 

Green. C. (iSee Wilson, Green & Wilson) (Extension.) 

Green, C, assignor to self, S. D. McNeal, and A. M. Gre'^n, Osseo, Mich. Cheese-skipper 

extractor 

Green, C., and W. Wilson, jr., Wilmington, Del. Powder-keg 

Green, C. E., and J. H. Bodwell, Newark, N. J. Ferrule 

Green, C. W., Poutiao, Mich. Manufacture of shoes 

Same Same 

Green, D.. Renrock, Ohia Vise 

Green. F. D., Williamsport, Pa. Dovetailing-machine 

Same Machine for relishing doors, &c 

Same Mitering-machine 



Date. 



Dec 9, 18TJ 
July 15, 1873 

June 10,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1673 
Aug. 19, 1873 

July 1,1873 



Same Machine for raising panels . 



Green, H. S., Sherbrooke, Canada, assignor of one-half interest to C. H. Weston, Lowell, 

Mass. Cloth-steaminff machine w 

Green, L B., Gillespie, IlL Wheel-plow 

Green, J., Brooklyn, assignor to self and J. Bach, New York, N. Y. Edge-protecting welt 

for boots and shoes 

Green, J. B. (See Hess, J. W.^assignor.) 

Green, J. C, Flanders, N. J. Turbine water-wheel 

Green, J. £., Saint Louis, Mo. Stave-jointer 

Green, J. F. and S. H., Haverstraw, N. Y. Grindstone 

Green, S. (See Holton, M. G., assignor.) 
Green, S. H. (See Green, J. F. and S. H.) 

Green, T., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for navigating the air 

Green, W., New Orleans, La. Process of preserving the stubble of sugar-cane from 

decay 

Green, W. V., and J. M. Kintzel, Wellsville, Ohia Medical compound or catarrh remedy. 
Greene, A. M. (See Piatt, W. K^ assignor.) 

Greene, C. W., Jackson, Tenn. Labehng-maohine 

Greene, £ A. (See Foster, J. W., assignor.) 

Greene, G. S., jr., Mott Haven, N. Y. Cartridge capping and uncapping device 

Greene, H. K. (See Hardy, D. D., assignor.) 

Greene, J. F.,Brouklyn, N.Y. Machinery for disintegrating waste felt fabrics. (Extension) . . 

Same Obtaining fibers from waste felted fabrics (Extension) . . 

Greene, J. S.. and T. D. Bradt, Watertown, N. Y. Carpet-stretcher 

Greene, J. W., Chillicothe, Ma Animal-trap 

. Greene, S. (See Thompson Sc Greene, assignors.) 

Greene, W. A., Medfora, Mass. Cooking-stove 

Greene, W. H. (See Thompson Sc Greene.) 

Greene, W. R., Juda, Wis. Spoke-setting machine 

Greeuhalgh, J. (See Goodyear, R. B., assignor.) 

Greenlear, A. ^Brooklyn, N. Y. Culinary tongs 

Greenleaf, C. H., Franconia, N. H. Annunciator 

Greenleaf, O. S. (See Lawler, M., assignor.) 

Greenlee, R L., Chicago, IlL Sash and door clamp 

Groenough, J. J., Sjrracnse, N. Y. Apparatus fur grooming horses (Reissue) . . 

Same Gear-cutting machine 

Same Meter for measuring liquids, gases, &c 

Same Mustache-shield for drinking-cups 

Same Gearing 

Greenwalt, A. B., et al (See Brubaker, A. M., assignor.) 

Greenwood, G.. Lawrence. Mass. Rotary cutter-head for matching boards 

Greenwood, J., Rochester. N. Y. Hanger for shafting 

Same Machine for forcing hoops on baiTels 

Greer, R., and W. J. Thomason, Raleigh, N. C. Dumping- wagon 

Greer, S. v., Rocky Hill Station, Ky. Animal-trap and seed-safe combined 

Gregersen, J. A. (See Frautze, Tillesen &. Gregersen.) 

Gregg, A., Springborough, Ohio. Washing-machine 

Gregff, W. P., Boston, Mass. Roller-skate (Reissue).. 

Same same 

Gregory, C. A., assignor of one-half interest to W. M. Rice, Montreal, Canada. Fire 

safety line 

Gregory, G. H. (See Hubbell & Gregory.) 

Gregory, G. W., Syracuse, N. Y. Truss 

Gregory, H., jr., Rockland, Me. Elastic anti-friction attachment for vessels' booms 

Grellier, W. (See Kilborn, J., assignor.) 

Grett^r, V., Richland Township, Pa. Casing-spear 

Gribben, J.^t oL (See Shawk, G. W.. assignor.) 

Gridley, F. K., Saint Paul, Minn., assignor of one-half interest to T. Jordan, Indianapolis, 

Ind. Spring plate-washer 

Gridley, N. C. (See Harvey, P., assignor.) 
GrldleyJN. C, et aL (See Morrison. J. C, assignor.) 

Grier, W. W., Halton, Pa. Roller for window-curtAins 

Griest, J. M., Plainfield, Ind. Attachment for sewing-machines 

Griest, J. M.. Delavan, 111. Hemmer for sewing-machines 

Grififen, J. (See Clarke, Bonzano &, Grilfen.) 
Griffen, J., et al (See Clark, T. C, assignor.) 
Griffin, J. J. (See Harris, A., assignor.) 

Griffin, M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cradle 

Griffin, T. J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring cot 

Griffing, C. S. S.. Salem, Ohio. Carriage-spring 

Griffing. J., assignor to self and B. H. Smith, Ipswich, Mass. Mechanism for heading 

barrels 

Griffing, J., Ipswich, Mass. Barrel- transporter 

Griffith, G.S., & Co. (See Conradt, C. J., assignor) (Design.) 



Feb. 

July 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

June 



4,1873 

15. 187J 

2,1873 

9,1873 

9,1873 

1,1873 

25.1873 

4.1873 

24, 1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 



May 30, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 
July 8.1873 
July 15, 1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 
June 17, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 

Apr. 12, 1873 
Apr. 11,1873 
May 6,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Jan. 28, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

Dec, 16,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Sept 2,18rJ 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec. 16,18rJ 

Feb. 18,18T3 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 
Oct 14. 1873 
July 15, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

July 29, 1873 

May 6,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Sept 23, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



May 13, 187J 
Mar. 11,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



Jan. 7, 1873 
Apr. 8, 18TJ 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Mar. 11, 1873 
July 1, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



I 



338 

510 

324 
325 
684 
481 

34 



139 
510 
124 
330 
330 
31 
780 
133 
765 

555 



140 
540 

209 

516 
318 
431 



344 

309 
475 

719 

657 



bc 



84 
34 

730 

637 

482 
481 

802 
144 
680 
12 
389 
417 

489 
653 
841 
163 
384 

425 
822 
685 

874 

152 
699 

717 



797 



263 
278 
133 



155 
362 
772 

332 
24 



113 
172 

101 
101 
216 
158 

8 



44 

172 

40 

110 

111 

6 

253 

43 

342 

183 

184 

44 

170 

70 

161 

108 
146 

113 
114 



333 
318 



37 
11 

334 

317 

157 
159 

376 
48 
319 
5 
130 
137 

158 
315 
374 
54 
132 

132 
268 
216 

386 

49 
336 

346 



S54 



82 
93 
45 



51 
113 
355 

78 
8 



o 
> 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 



3 
4 
4 



4 
3 



3 
3 
3 
3 



4 

4 

4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
4 
4 
4 

4 

3 
4 
3 



3 
4 



3 
3 
4 



3 
3 
3 

3 
4 



OB 
04 



625 
69 

651 
651 
446 
191 

10 



1.18 
69 
252 
280 
280 
359 
226 
256 
702 

197 



138 
565 

406 

433 
45 
63 



171 

406 
670 

221 



3 328 



386 

386 

504 

10 

106 

564 

648 
191 

356 
392 
102 
243 
5:t3 
643 

192 
215 
700 
402 
59 

6e.6 
688 
446 

115 

510 
569 

333 



456 



529 
277 
489 



19 
398 
336 

373 
10 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



73 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



143,281 



136,433 
VMi, 496 
135, 544 
14.S, 447 
5.499 
138,082 



135, ROO 
14i,565 



145,863 

138, 497 

143. 142 
145, 7a3 
136, 596 
135, 473 
136, 155 

138, 327 

139, 142 
143, 071 
140,623 

139. 143 

144, 669 

144, 670 

145, 171 

6,826 

6, 827 

1:J8, 083 
140,914 

137, 915 

138,150 



136,506 
138,800 
140. 497 
141,136 
139,505 
134, 540 
140, 498 
142. 337 

136. 056 
144,272 
136, 237 
137,837 

139. 952 
142,566 
140,700 

137, 676 
136,434 

139. 953 
143, 344 
143,691 
144,535 

138, 019 
145, 170 
137,608 
135, 474 

5,362 
140,411 
140,365 

136. 057 

143, 756 

145, 998 

144, 671 
138,395 
138,396 
134,881 
144.976 
141, 137 

138,883 

141.786 
138, 498 



Name, reiiidence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
Tolumo. 



Omcial 
Gazette. 






Griffith, J., and W. F. Miller, assignors to selves and C. D. B. Eisman, Adamsbnrgh, Pa. 

Car-coupling 

Griffitli, W. {See Moody, C, assignor.) 

Grigg, G. S., rottsville, Pa. Scroll-sawing machine 

Griggs, O. B., Manstield Centre, Conn. Station-indicator 

Grigsby, B., and T. C. Braselton, Princeton, IntL Coifee-pot 

Grimes, T. E., Fremont, Ohio. Saw-set 

Grimm, J., Darlington Township, Pa, Coal-drilling machine (Reissue).. 

Grimm, L., and J. Corvin, Magdeborg, Prussia. Liquids for heating, by means of 

piperi, dec 

Grimmer, H. A. (See Mickels, F., assignor.) 

Grimshaw, W. 8., Pittsfleld, IlL Wheel-plow 

Grinsted, W., Washington, D. C. Strap- fastening for trunks, &c 

Griscom, S. E. (See Bullock, M C, assignor.) 

Same (See Larer, D., assignor.) 

Griscom, W. M., assignor to Reading Hardware Manufacturing Company, Reading, Pa. 

Sash-cord guide 

Griswold, A. D., Rocky Hill, Conn. Cotton-seed planter 

Griswold, C. L., Chester, Mass. Gimlet-handle 

Griswold, G. G., New York, N. Y. Umbrella 

Griswold, G. W., Factoryville, Pa. Stew-pan 

Grochau, A., Du Luth, Minn. Railway-tank feeder 

Groff, J. D., and K. H. Wilson, Oxford, Pa. Pad for harness 

GroflC W. S., Mahanoy City, Pa. Feather-renovator 

Gronberg, O. H., Ferrysburgh, and W. M. Ferry, Grand Haven, Mirh. Edging-machine. . 

Grosh, W. B., and S. H. Foreman, Reading, Pa. Irouing-tablo 

Gro^ean, P., New York, N. Y. Table dish-stand 

Gross, E. L., et al (See Forden, J. M., assignor.) 

Gross, E. L., assignor to self, J. M. Forden, J. K. Welter, J. O. Sloan, and J. Raybum, 

Springfield, 111. Seed-dropper 

Gross, U., assignor to Hall's Safe and Lock Company^, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hinge for safe 

and vault doors 

Same Permutation -lock 

Same same 

Gross, M., and B. B Zippert, New York, N. Y. Muft* (Design).. 

Same Ladies' fur m ult* ( Design) . . 

Grosvenor, C. F. (See Tucker, W., assignor.) 

Grosvenor, J. P., Ix>well, Mass. Machine for planing curved surfaces (Extension).. 

Grote, G. W., Saint Catherine's, Canada. Invalid-l)edstead 

Grotz, C, assignor to self, D. B. Dennison, J. T. Hackworth, J. G. Hutchison, W. T. Major, 

and A. Johnston, Ottum wa, Iowa. Rotary steam-engine 

Ground, R. B., Edwardsville, assignor by mesne assignment to N. D. Sweeney, Marine, 

111. Plow 

Grout, C. P., New York, N. Y. Dentists' tool 

Grove, C. N. (See Broadbooks, P., assignor.) 
Grove, W.H. (See Pusey, S. J., assignor.) 

Grover, C. B., Cambridge, Mass. Sewing-machine cover 

Grover, D. L., Groton, N. Y. Butter-paddle 

Same Bee-hive 

Grover, H. C, Nunda, N. Y. Washing-machine 

Grover, W.O., Itoston, Mass. Hot-air furnace 

Groves, G. A., East Clarkson, N. Y. Gang- plow 

Groves, J., Ellicott City, Md. Metallic arch for tunnels. Sec 

Groves, J. F., Whitetield County, Ga. Truss 

Groves, J. R., Hight.stown, N. Ji, assignor to E. H. Ropes, Elizabeth, N. J. Ironing-table. 

Grow, W. H., ana C. M. Sloan, Darien, Kans. Land-roller 

Growdon. J., New Enterprise, Pa. Car-coupling 

Grubenbecher, H., New York, N. Y. Carving-machine 

Gmndin, C. F., Boston, Mass. Sofa-bedstead^ 

Grundy, F., Morrison ville, 111. End-gate for wagons 

Griininger, O., New York, N. Y. Brake-meohaniHra % 

Guebhard, A., and A. P. Tronchon, Paris, France. Recording-apparatus for vehicles 

Guelle, L., Hoboken, N. J. Hoop and train skirt 

Guest, A. (See Guest, J. H., assignor.) 

Guest, J. H., assignor to A. Guest, Brooklyn, N. Y. Electrical thermostat 



Sept 30, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
May 6,1873 
Feb. 4,1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
July 22, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Feb. 11.1873 
Sept 9, 1873 



Dec. 

May 

Sept 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

May 

Sent 

July 



23, 1873 

6,1873 

23, 1873 

23,1873 

11, 1873 

4, 1873 

25, 1873 

29, 1873 

20, 1873 

23, 1873 

8, 1873 



May 20,1873 

Nov. 18. 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec 2, 1873 
Aug. 26,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Dec. 27,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

July 15, 1873 

Apr. 15. 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Mar. 

May 

July 

July 

Juno 

Jan. 

July 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

June 

Sept. 



•V 

July 
Apr. 
Mar. 



4. 1873 

13, 1873 

1,1873 

22, 1873 

3, 1873 

7, 1873 

1, 1873 

2, 1873 

18, 1873 

'4. 1873 

2.^, 1873 

15, 1873 

17, 1873 

9,1873 

8, 1873 

8, 1873 

4,1873 



Same District and fire-alarm telegraph 

Same Electrical and thermostatic fire-alarm, and circuit therefor. 

Same District and fire-alarm telegraph 



Guilder, A. R., Minneapolis, Minn. Middlings-separator 

Same Middluigs-purifler 

Guilfoylo, W., New York, N. Y. Horse-collar 

Guinot, G., Milton, Fla. Ice-cream freezer 

Gulden, J., Key Port N. J. Soldering-apparatus (Reissue) 

Gulick, C. W., New Brunswick, N. J. Iron rail way -tic 

Gullett, B. D., Amite City, La. Cotton-gin 



Gullmann, C, Paterson, N. J. Sowing-machine 

Gum, J., assignor of one-half interest to F. Kane, Marseilles, 111. Cur-coupling 

Gump, C. A., et oL (See Curtner, I., assignor.) 

(JunuorsenjCj .J Chicago, HI. Breech-loading fire-arm 



June 17, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 

Oct 14,1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 

Apr. 22,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
July 1,1873 
July 1,1873 

Feb. 18,1873 

Oct 2I,18T3 



Gundlach, E., Ilackensack, N. J. !MaogIe 

Gannnldson, O., Christiana, Wis. Dumping- wagon { 

Gilnther, G., New York, N. Y. Birdcage I 

Giinther, H., assignor to self and C. Lupprian, New York, N. Y. Knitting-machine 

Gurley, B. B., Minneapolis, Minn. Letter-box 

Gurloy, J. W., Petersburgh, Va. AlKloiniual supporter J 

Gurley, W., executor. (See Littlejohn, H.) (Extension.) 

Guscetti, F., assignor of one-half interest to C. W. Smith, New York, N. Y. Channel- i 

opener for bocjts, &c i 

Gustin, J. M., Wilmington, O. Cultivator j 

Gustin, M., Troy, Pa. Flash-light signal-roconlcr 

Guthrie, S. (See Kane, J. F., assignor.) 

Guthrie, T. H. (See Long, S. W., assignor.) i 

10 



Dec 
Nov. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
July 



:K), 1873 
18, 1873 
29,1873 
29,1873 
14,1873 
2,'>, 1873 
22. 1873 



May 13.1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
May 6,1873 



641 

68 
23 

141 
43 

792 

745 

383 
227 



746 
2) 
717 
638 
232 
74 
720 
991 
619 
6r»5 
256 



620 

433 
434 
124 



746 
511 

581 

798 



134 
307 
131 
730 
54 
35 

i:« 

14 
012 

87 
782 
517 
476 
228 
318 
363 

69 

477 

901 

272 

313 

686 

122 

304 

74 

868 

60 

25 

613 

353 

887 
435 
1,044 
1,045 
3541 
700 
730 



:j4fi 
25 



60 






289 

24 

8 

45 

15 

259 



i 



123 
74 



244 

9 

246 

208 

78 

23 

232 

312 

193 

228 

87 



193 

147 

147 

41 



236 

172 

183 
255 



43 

95 

45 

242 

17 

11 

45 

5 

201 

28 

252 

161 

150 

74 

108 

112 

24 

150 

<306 

{307 

90 

C105 

U06 

217 

40,41 

94 

23 

275 

21 

9 

S201 

202 

117 

288 
147 
329 
.129 
113 

awi 

242 



119 
Hi 

9 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 



3 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 
3 



3 
3 



3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 

3 
4 
4 

4 

3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 

3 

4 

4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
4 



3 
4 
3 



4$ 
04 



359 

251 
499 
138 
384 
101 

451 

169 
272 



682 
499 
333 
673 
273 

lai 

221 
479 
571 
328 
40 



571 

536 
.■»6 
595 
212 
212 

671 
451 

69 

429 

456 



256 

533 

19 

96 

613 

10 

19 

243 

201 

485 

226 

423 

670 

272 

45 

398 

251 

670 

364 

411 

515 

446 
595 
393 
133 
461 
13 
10 

201 

427 

703 
5.36 
483 
483 

49 
569 

96 



5,39 
171 
500 



74 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of jyateniees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



137, 072 



145,646 
r.iS, 641 

138, 642 
138, C43 
i:«), 644 
1,38. 645 
138,466 
140, 774 
140,775 
137,362 
138,561 

144.334 
144, 2T3 
143, 509 



139, 244 

135, 986 

142,228 
140, 499 



135, 036 

144, 845 
138, 397 
140,035 
143,237 

138,647 

134, 598 
143, 448 

139,003 

146,063 
i:», 144 
143, 449 
135,331 
135, 332 
112.462 
142, 693 
145, 172 
142, 160 
140, 194 
142,694 
14»5, 004 
138, 084 

135, 333 
140,366 

136, 912 
138, 246 
141,504 

140,036 
143,282 

140,268 

136, 156 
134,662 
137,363 

134,541 

5,369 
138,884 
146,065 
146,066 
146, 067 

145, 059 
135, 707 
138,750 



136, 913 
138, 751 
145,295 

140,915 
141,711 
13?^, 247 
141.555 

137, (vm 
138,801 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



ff utzkow, F. (See Meidinger, H., anBijrnor.) 

GiitKkow, F., San Francisco, Cal. Mannl'acture of boracio ncld 

Guy, G. (See Manuel, E., assignor.) 

Gwyn, E., et aL {See Wrealsh, A., asaiinior.) 

G wynn, H., Baltimore, Md. Carriage-Mr lie«'l v/ ' V J u * " 

G wynn, S., assignor to the American Metalline Company, New York, N. \ . Journal-box 

linius 

Same. Joumaf box lining 

Same same • 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Haack, J., Hoboken, N. J., and S. Piolot. Now York, N. Y. Scarf-ring 

Haag.G. W.,Cniro. Pa. Potato-digger 

Haan, H. A. {See Stehlin, C. V. and J., & Ilaan.) 

Haar\'ig, J. A.. Chicaco, 111. Waistband fastening for pantaloons, &c 

Haas, I). Y., Ilepler, Pa. Machine for shaving leather 

liaas, H., New York, N. Y. Pedal for mnsical-instruments 

Haas, I., et al. (See Foglesonj^, W., assignor.) 

Haber, M. (See Earg, M., asHignor.) 

Uabcrfleld, J. G., Wheeling, WVVa. Door and bit of puddling and Iwiling furnaces 

Habcrstich, P., assignor of one-half interest to C. Mikinas, Dayton, Ohio. Karber's chair 

Hackett, E., Ulysses, Pa. Water-wheel 

Uackott, E. M.,*New York, N. Y. Closing hatchways 

Hackett, R. (See Whittier, R., assignor.) 
Hackworth, J. T., et at (See Grotz. C, assignor.) 

Hack worth, J. W., Darlington, England. Valve-gear for steam-engines 

Haddock, W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cut-nail machine - 

Hadlev, A. N., Richmond, Ind. ]talance<i valve 

Hadley, B. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Machinery for bending the edgcH of lK>ot and shoe soles. . 

Same Boot and shoe channeling-machine 

Hadley, D. J. (See Crane Sc Hadley.) 

Hadley, E., Chicope<' Falls, Mass. Eurg-lKjatcr 

Uaering, H., assignor to self and H. AlleM, New York, N. Y. Pole-clamp 

Haering, H., and H. Allee, New York, N. Y. Scall'old pole-clamp 

Haertle, A. (See Heckenbach Sc Haertle.) 

Hafford, A. T., assignor of one-half interest to F. J. Donovan, Saint Louis, Mo. Sub- 
merged force-pump 

Hafner, J. A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Mill-sniiidle 

Hageman, J., Willianisburgh, Ohio. Wheel for vehicles 

Hagemann, G. A., Copenhagen, Denmark. Mordant for dyeing 

Hagerstrom, A. G., Red Wing, Minn. Horse-iwwer 

Same Machine for sawing and splitting wood 

Same Thrashing-machine 

Hagerty, J. S., Baltimore, Md. Street-lamp 

Hagerty, W., Philadelphia, Pa. Stove-grate 

Haggerty, J., Corry, Pa. Check-runner 

Hague, C. A., Hudson, N. Y. Circulating valve for ftre-engln*<s 

Uann, F. E., assignor to O. C. Forris and F. B. Miles, Philadelphia, Pa. Borinj^-mill 

Same Work-holding device 

Hahn, T., Stuttgardt, Germany. Watchman's time-chock 

Haight, H. J., New York, N. Y. Artist's scrap«ir 

Haight, W. H., and T. S. Gladding, LeavenwortJi, Kans. Rooting composition 

Hail, N. B., et al. (Sec Ralston, J., assignor.) 

Hnines, C. L., Carniel, Me. Mop-holder 

Haines, D. E., Uniontown, D. C. Dumping-wagon 

Haines, J. W.. Cambridgeport, Mass. Silvereil-glass door-knob 

Haines, R. (See Pelham, A., assignor.) 

Hair, J. H., Galesbnrgh, 111. Aniinal-trap 

Hairston, P. C, Crawfordaville, Miss. Wheel for vehicles 

Haistings, W., sr.. Fowler, HI. Three-horse equalizer 

Halt, C. E. (See Huntley, G. R., assignor.) 

Hake, E. H., Canfleld, Ohio. Trammel for lifting-jacks 

Halburt, W. G., Columbus, Miss. Cultivator 

Haldeman, J. S., assignor to self and H. E. Clark, Kansas City, Mo. Lifting Jack 

Hale, A. W., New York, N. Y. Meat-mincer --.-•. (Extension) . . 

Hale, D. W., Middletown, Conn. Die for forming Hewing-mnchine shuttles 

Hale, E. J., Foxcroft, and C. H. Chandler, Brownsville, Me. Lamp (Extension) . . 

Hale, H. F. T., Bay City, Mich. Re^servoir-stove *. . ( Reissue) . . . 

Hale, H. S., assignor to Hale, Kilburn & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Pictui-e- frame I 

Hale, H. S., Philadelphia, Pa. Chair 

Same Car- window shield 

Hale, H. 8., assignor to Hale, Kilburn &. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Wooden mat lor picture- ! 



Mar. 25, 1873 



Dec. 16,1873 



Mav 


6. 1873 


May 


6,1873 


May 


6, 1873 


May 


6, 1873 


May 


6, 1H73 


May 


6, 1873 


July 


1.5,1873 


July 


15.1873 


Apr. 


1. 1H73 


May 


6, 1873 



Nov. 4,1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 
Oct, 7, 1873 



May 27,1873 

Feb. 18,1873 

Aug. 26. 187 J 
July 1, 1873 



Jan. 21, 1B73 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 29. 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 



May 6,1873 
Jan". 7, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 



May 

Dec. 

May 

Oct, 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Se|it. 

Dcc^ 

Aug. 

July 

Sept. 

!>!€. 

A pr. 
Jan. 
July 



20, 1873 

30. 1H73 

20, 1H73 

7, 1873 

28, 1873 

28. 1873 

2.1873 

9, 1873 

2, 1873 

26, 1873 

24, 1873 

9. 1873 

30, 1873 

22, 1H73 

28. 1873 

1, 1873 



Mar. 18. 1873 
Apr. 2iM873 
Aug. 5,1873 

June 17, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 
June 24, 1873 



Feb. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

May 

Dec. 

Dec 



25, 1873 

7, 1H73 

1, 1873 

15, 1873 

7.1873 

1, 1873 

22, 1873 

13. 1873 

30, 1.''73 

30, 18*. 3 



frames 



Hale, J. H., and A. C. Whitney, Boston, MaSvS. Feed-w^atcr heater 
Hale, Kilburn Sc Co. (See Hale, H. S., assignor.) 

Hale, W. P., Lock Haven, Pa. Turbine water-whe<;l 

Haley, J. (Sec B«^nnett, Krebs & Haley.) 



Haley, J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Ct lass-press 

Haley, J. B. (See Lowe, H. C, aMSignor.) 
Haley, J. J., et al. (See Palmer Sc Spencer, as.»*ij 



ignors.) 

Hall, A., I*erth Amboy, N. J. Furnace-block press 

Hall, A., New York, N. Y. Powder and shot charger for fire-arms 

Hall, A. J., Farmiugton, N. H., assignor of one-half interest to J. F. Cloutman. 



Shoe 



knife 



Hall, B., Saint Txiuis. Mo. liail way -switch 

Hall, C, New York, N. Y. Machine for heading bolta . . 

Hall, C. F., Rockfonl, 111. Carriage-Hpring 

Hall, C. H., Trenton, N. J., and R. Knott, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hall, ('. M., Yatc\s City, HI. Ai\justable brac4!-coupIiug. 

Same Stock fecHler 



Glove-fastening' 



Dec. 30,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 

May 13, 1873 

Mar. 18. 1873 
May 13,1873 

Dt«c. 9,1873 
July 15, 1873 
Aug. 12,1873 
Apr. 21», 1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 
Ai)r. 8. IH73 
May 13, 1873 



Monthly 
volame. 



cc 



658 



550 



153 
154 

l.'>4 
l.'io 
155 
156 
385 
386 
77 
85 

134 

87 
93 



726 

553 

760 
1.33 



508 
596 
1,045 
547 
803 

157 
95 
41 



491 

496 
621 

45 
782 
783 
125 
331 
125 
704 
707 
331 
946 
748 
786 

26 

.506 
914 

S4 

.549 
841 
766 

720 
155 

77 



36 

880 
382 
947 
948 

948 
17 

303 

263 



507 
265 

236 
512 
276 
915 

ir* 

304 
308 



be 
Q 



218 



181 

49 
49 
50 
50 
50 
50 
132 
132 
25 
27 

45 
29 
33 



229 



250 
45 



l.V> 
305 
194 



2.53 
254 

41 
111 

41 
232 
222 
111 
305 

2:w 

254 



167 

288 
2<) 

173 
289 
242 

2:t3 
51 
25 



II 

278 
119 
305 
306 

306 
7 

96 

82 



168 
82 

79 
172 
!M) 
288 
39 
94 
95 



Official 
Gazette. 






cS 



328 



4 654 



3 
3 



510 
510 



3 510 
3 510 



3 
3 
4 
4 
3 



510 

510 

59 

59 

363 



3 504 

I 

4 489 
4 4H5 
4 3?-8 



J 182 I } 



3 

3 

4 
4 



587 

197 

223 
19 



164 


3 


76 


203 


4 


560 


329 


3 


483 


173 


3 


676 


277 


4 


356 


51 


3 


510 


30 


3 


14 


15 


4 


384 



3 .561 

4 708 
3 



4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



4 
4 

3 

3 



3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 



571 
3J-4 
110 
IIU 
252 
280 
595 
219 
697 
281 
708 
451 
111 
10 



3 I 304 

3 473 

4 ' 142 

3 i 676 



4 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



359 
702 

221 
19 
363 
244 
10 
189 
462 



3 5;»9 

4 

4 



708 
709 

709 

587 

163 
529 



304 
529 

617 
69 
165 
473 
145 
393 
533 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 

Jlphabetioal lit! of patentee* /or the year IS73— Contiuuetl. 



Hall, C. H., ud U. £., tTulontown, III., aaid D. E. ualiniar M aairi C. U. Hall. Cultlv*. 

lI.C.'s^.'Roch<4iT|N.'Y.''TlVri»hinVniMliino^ '.'. 

U.K. E. (.VtfHall.C.ltanil D.E) (RoiMno.) 

IIan,E.4Cn. («w Wwnpr. A., Mslgiior) (KuiMns.) 

'■-■' F. E.. Bmtoii, Mum. Ho«).pii« noiMi. 

¥. B.. UackPimaok. N.J. Proceas of mannractuiiiig arliHcl^ nurblo, and veining 

Uatt.(h,rtai''(sU'ThatUi\'Alz'.'iitiiiSBor') 

Uall. G.. uslsnor af onv-balf Interoat lo <>. Clnbb. Jalipl. ID. Uodical oompoima or 






dfcHnaticMida or alliall .. 
nskur 

„ sliiiicry 

L'bgniBB &. Lewla, JtoiCou, Mas 

y, Maa4. Stov«-pipB for veflHC 

Kld3*ii'. N.yV ' Hit'jilV i-Hrm 



liiu"'si>%.doori 



Ilall.J.S-.I'iltHlii 



'., awilgnor.) 
['tlboni, \.. aH^igDOr.J 
""'™nd.aD.,»MiKBO 



Kalt.aB., Sd. («!«CndKl<taii.J.K..ii 



...PcrmnUtloa lock .. 
fi Allen 



Si";; 



3all.) 
V.N.J. Shoin^iuil fQt 



lUll.T.. ..„ 

Hall, T.,AJ, Newton. Lnntonce. UuB. UaneHug or wrlugiug macbiDO 

Hall, W., Brookll lie. MmB. Bolt for »afB.dDor», 4c 

Hii!l.W.D., KeninbinTenn. Aulomalic fan 

llall.W.N., Mesia.Tei. Naih 

Same Combined adji»Ulde dro-rondtr, giaU, andimdlrou 

Same Combination i>adlock 

Same Koyliole.gnard ..-.-....- '.......... 

Hall Z., Uonnie, Maaa. Anchor 

" ■" sk Cowiiany. (Ssc Ciro8e,H.,aa>lEnor.) 

,., (la.lU.11find.wl.e6l 

IInllB8.J, C, and W.N.Nocden, anlEnoralo tbe Bonedlct and BDruham Ununlael 

~ bur>-,Conn. \Viok.rai«r 

wkjjn, N^ r. Gripping long* 



Uallor.E.G..CarllglD.I>a. FrulLJar.. 
(,__ _ 

Hallcti 



tiame.. 



IHflH. 



ir-diatriiiutei: 

eatdoId.N.J. Oilnlan .. 



Montlily OIHcinl 



dy IS, leri 
ay ai, ISTf 





SM 


Feb. 11. 

Feb. as. 


^ 


July K. 


ffra 



, HalBleaitl.T., Fredonia, N. T. Oro-washor 

Ualateail, M.. anil J. L. WhoDlrr,Ilnwklyn, BMignon to Ilatalead, ConiHi & Co., New 

York, N. Y. Pntting np and preAerrlng cider 

na]vorHn.H.,Naabiui,N. H. I^mp {Eitenalon). 

llalvorseti. T.. New York, N. T. Device for BbarpeDlng aolraora 

Ilan, J. T., Liberty, lud. Kioavator 

Hamar, A..PIiilBdelphla,Pa. Torpedoei for oiLwclla 

SaTuo Can for trauaportiiig nitro.Kly^rino. 

Suae Mannracturo of ultra slyeeiloe 



Ang. la, 1873 
July 1,1873 

Sept. B.ina 



Feb. ia.iei3 
Jan. 31.1813 
May 13, 1CT3 
Dec. a3.ie7S 
Dec a3.ISI3 



July 15. 1S73 
Mar. 1§, 1873 . 
Apr. aO. 1873 I, 



1 Sept 16. 1873 *73 



. ills (. 



- .Turpoila for oti.walli . . 



Hambi^BT, E., IMrolt. MIeli. Combined cradle and rooking-cbalr 

Samo EUeoHontable 

id,ud A. Klein, New York.N.T. Apparstua for allinKpol- 



iablng, and vatninblng moldlnG) - 

namel. U., Holyoke, Haaa. Stuff.mgnlatorforpaper-mavblne 

llnmer.J., aeaignur to Lowell UanuftcturingCompiny, Lowell, llaaa. Carpet.. (DealRnJ. 

Same aanio ...(Dealgn). 

SaviB aame...lDealgn). 

Same aamo...(DOBign). 

namllltC, Harrtaville.Tei. Riding.aaddle. , 

HaniHton,I>.8..Elniira.N.Y. Roatl-acraper 

Hamilton, F.Caiwieiior to E, J. Brooka. Now York, N.Y. Seal-lock 

llamlllon. H. iSre Vanomian, U.. aasignor.) 

Uiimlllon. H.N., Willie Plains. N.Y. Fountain pen 

Uamllton, J. A. ^{See Rodjtora. A, C, uwlgDor.) 



Apr, IS, 1873 
Apr. is|ie73 



Apr. 8,1«T3 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Jnne 10. 1873 



n, J. 1).. Lund 
LmlltoD, J. T., Boone Comity, and E. F. Conue 
Lifting-jae' 



id., aald Connei 



laaignor to ' 



111, 138 I HamllCoD, L., Faoura, lewa. Cor'n-'bar' 



». 


166 


i "* 


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76 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Al2)hahctical list of patentees for tlie year 1873 — Coutiuucil. 



Na 



Name, residence, and inTention. 



136,320 
136,915 

137,073 
140,270 

5,298 
144,536 

6,966 

143,144 

144. 091 

6,759 

135,802 

138,649 
138,020 

145, 648 



134,799 
142,016 
144, 761 



140,917 



i:i6, 721 

134, 746 
135,426 
140,271 
139, 575 



139, 145 

139,060 
135, 115 
5,422 
145,416 
141,047 
144, 903 

139, 576 

141, 346 

140,777 
144, 672 

141,048 

143,571 

142, 626 

• 

137, 199 
135. 219 
135,220 

145. 173 

136, 507 
135, 803 

137, 074 

140, 412 
136, 158 
139, 061 

135, 987 

145. 174 

139,386 

134, 882 
139,004 

145,500 
142, 101 
141,928 
140, 7*38 

143, 145 

145,649 
139, 713 
139,670 
143,072 
141.436 



Hamilton Steeled-wheel Company. {See Hamilton, W. G., aasignor. (Reissue.) 

Hamilton, T. F., New Haven. Conn. CorseUi 

Hamilti>n, W., assignor to self and J. L. La Moree, Noversink, N. Y. Macliine for making 



ox-shoes. 



Hamilton, \V., Erie, Pa. Steam-lubricator 

Same same 

Hamilton, W. G. {See Steers, T., assignor.) 

Hamilton, W. G., Ramapo, N. Y., assignor to the Hamilton Steclcd-wheel Company. 
Manufacture of car- wheels (lieissue.) . 

Hamilton, W. T., Dublin, Ireland. Machinery for cutting dovetails . .- 



Hamlin, R. D. {Sice LiddeU. W., assignor.) 

Hamm, S., assignor of one-half interest to S. Oppenheimer. Philadelphia, Pa. Toy-tar- 
get (Design.) . . 

Hamm, S., Philadelphia, Pa. Suspender-buckle 

Hamm, S.. Phlfadelphia, assignor of one-half interest to S. Oppenheimer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Suspenders 
[amni, "\V 

Hamnion, 

Hammond, D., M. Adler, and J. Abbott, Canton, Ohio. Iron bridge . 
Hammond, E., Cumberland, Md. Mortislnjf-machine 



Hamm, W. B., Philaclelphia, Pa. 

I, H, F. {See ^felson, A. S., assignor.) 



Watch-chain charm (Design) . 



Shuttle-binder 



Hammond, G. B., Putnam, Conn., and J. A. Tucker, Attleborough, Mass. 

for looms 

Hammond, J. E., assignor of two-thirds interest to D. P. Gardner and E. Pierce, New 

Be<lford, Mass. Hince<l mast for vessels 

Hammond, S. T. {See Paige, W. H., assignor.) 

Hammond, W. H., Syracuse, Mo. Can for preserving fruits, &c 

Same Eave-trongh fastening .' 

Same Wash-boiler 

Hampson, O. J. {See Gorrell, T., assizor.) 
Hampton, I. H. {See Palm, T. F., assijrnor.) 

Hanchett. F. P., Ne|)eu8kun, Wis. Railway-switch 

Hancheit, O. R. {Se^ Selden 6c Hanchett.) 
Hancock, G. {Sre I^ouard &. Hancock.) 

Hanctin, J. O., Paris, France. Apparatus for crushing, grinding, and mixing molding- 
sand, &c 

Handren, J. W., Jersey City, N. J. Steam-pump 

Sam e sa me 

Handy, T., Springfield, 111. Self-loading wagon 

Hanford, J. M., and J.Wood, Middletown, N. Y. Dumping-car 

Hanford, T. (iSTec Cooke & Hanford) (Reissue.) 

Han key. A., et al. {See Corser, G. A., assignor.) 

Hankiuson, W. H., New York, N. Y. Carpet-beater 

Hanley, M. R. {See Mullin, R. J., assignor.) 

Hanley, M. R., Providence, R. I. Detachable boot and shoe tip 

Hanna, A., Dover, Ky. Door-check 

Hanna, E. S., Pitt.iburgh, Pa. Paper washer (Reissue) . 

Hanna, H., Columbus. Ohio. Machine for bending wood 

Hanna, W. H., Chico, Cal. Shoemakers' pincers 

Same Shank-lastcr 

Hannah, J. W., Sticklcrsville, Mo. Wasliing machine 

Hannah, W. W., Hudson, N. Y. Animal and insect trap 

Uannan, J., et aX. {See Pitrat, M. J., assignor.) 

Hanour, P. J., BuiTalo, N. Y. Combined water-cooler and show-case 

Hansen, C. A., and (>. Harley, Guelph, Canada. Button-bole stitching-attachmont for 

sewing-machines 

Hansen, M., San Francisco, Cal. Scroll-sawing machine 

Hanson, C. N. {See Beach & Hanson.) 

Hanvey. A., Steubenville, Ohio. Barrel-head 

Hapgood, H. L., Athol, Mass. Sandi)apering-niachine 

Hapgood, J. H. {See Chinnock, G. H., assignor.) 

Happe, J., and W. Newman, New York, N. Y. Sewing-machine for quilting 

Harang, T., Banana Grove Plantation, La. Steam generator 

Same Duplex safety-valve 

Harbaugh, C, Eaton, Ohio. Sash-balance 

Harbin, J. {See Foster, Baylie St. Harbin.) 

Hard, H., Akron, Ohio. Spiral spring for furniture 

Hard, J. A., T^wrence, Kans. Stud for fastening neck-ties 

Same Meat-chopper 

Same Neck-tie fastener 

Hartl, P. C, Wadsworth, Ohio. Bed-bottom 

Hardaway, T. J., Maoon, Ga. Mail-bag 

Hardee, W. H. {See Biiszell, W. B,, as.<«ignor.) 

Hardokopf, C. J., Philadeliihia, Pa. Kite , 

Harden. J. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Drawing-board trestle .' 

Hardenuergh, C. M. {See. Janney, C, assignor.) 

Hardenbergh, C. M., A. L. Minor, and W. J. Fender, Minneapolis, Minn. Middlings 

purifier 

Hardenbergh, F. H., Hawlej', Pa. Scroll-saw — . 

Hardenbrook, J. J., and S. Belford, Columbus Grove, Ohio. Adjustable step-ladder 

Hardie, D. {See Richardson, J. H., assignor.) 

Hardie, J. W., New York, N. Y. Stock and die 

Harding, D., assignor to R. Kitaon, Lowell, Mass. Feed-regulators for cotton openers, &c. 

Harding, E. and H., Delevan, Minn. Foo^powe^ apparatus 

Harding, E. J., Saint Louis, Mo. Abdominal supporter 

Harding, G. E., New York, N. Y. Furnace for the manufacture of iron and steel 

Harding, H. {See Harding, E. and H ) 

Harding, H., Tuscaloosa, Ahu Railway rail-juint stitfener 

Harding, J ., Galesbnrgh, 111. Shoe-lacings 

Harding, W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Composition for filling the grains of wood 

Hardy, C. H., assignor to J. Sully, trustee, Boston. Mass. Bench-plane 

Hardy, D. D., assignor of one half interest to H. R. Greene, Delavan, 111. Rotary steam- 
engine 



Date. 



I^'eb. 25, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Mar. 2.'>, 1873 
June 24, 1873 



Feb. 25, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 

Oct. 28,1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 

Oct 28.1873 
July 8, 1H73 

Feb. 11,1873 
May 6, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

July 15, 1H73 



Mar. 11,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
June 3,1873 



May 20, 1873 



May 

Jan. 

May 

Dec. 

July 

Nov. 

June 

Julv 



20,1873 
21, 1873 
20,1873 

9,1873 
22, 1873 
25, 1873 

3,1873 
29, 1873 



July 15, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 
July 22, 1873 

Oct. 14,1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
Feb. 25, 187:J 
May 20, 1873 

Feb. 18, 18T3 
Dec. 2, 1873 



May 27, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
May 20, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
July 15, 1873 

Sept. 23, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 
June 10, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Oftical 
Ga2.ette. 



o 



857 

509 
060 

768 



894 
314 



719 
662 



384 
159 

688 

552 

283 
556 
512 



514 



336 
239 
30 
769 
112 



621 

541 
567 
70C 
338 
648 
639 
113 
947 

388 

436 
649 

164 
275 

773 

681 
682 
126 

135 
390 
661 
60 
722 
542 

554 
127 



844 
357 
492 

418 
654 

48:1 

389 
720 

552 
257 
212 
666 

23 



Ofi 



tS 



276 

168 
219 
242 



106 
107 



247 

218 



124 
125 
51 J 

217 

181 

92 
184 
174 



173 



111 
77 
9 
243 
37,38 



194 

170 
185 
222 
113 
218 
217 
38 
308 

133 

147 
219 

55 
90 

255 

220 

220 

41 

44 

125 
219 
21 
233 
170 

183 
42 



270 
114 
155 

137 
215 
159 
134 

247 

248 



182 

81 

228 



3 
3 
3 



3 

4 
4 

4 
4 

3 

3 

4 

3 
4 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



1 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 



4 
4 

4 

4 

3 
3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
4 



4 

.3 
3 
4 



61) 

C3 

A4 



232 

304 
328 
702 



235 
515 



452 
333 

462 
36 

169 
510 

447 

654 

43 

197 
543 

69 



281 
40 
130 
703 
618 



571 

565 
81 
578 
625 
89 
564 
618 
121 

59 

537 

89 

402 
276 

336 
102 
203 
595 

256 
170 

:»9 

13 
222 
565 

197 
595 



597 

49 

561 

643 

215 

191 

59 

333 



654 
645 
642 
328 

137 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



77 



Alphabetical U«t of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



145, iSfiS 

145, 866 

5,614 

6,832 

6,874 

135, 908 

142, 627 



135, 546 

140, 195 

.5,ef8 

135, 643 

140,825 

140,413 
144,762 
136, 508 

134,663 
141,049 
143.146 



138, 328 
144, 537 

139,140 
137, 075 



141,270 
143, 345 

136, 159 

145,650 

135,909 

6,369 

6,370 
6,371 
6, 372 



139, 671 



143,757 
145,867 

136, 992 
141,050 
135,910 
136, 372 

137, 364 

137, 610 

138, 021 

139, 956 

141,556 
5,397 

142.463 
142. 464 

134, G64 

145,290 
145,297 



136, 597 

146,069 

6. 658 

141,271 



138, 151 
139,147 
141.139 
141,788 
143, 147 

143. 758 

144, 3:U) 

136, 993 
139, 787 
1:J8,248 
144, 538 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Hardy P. J., New York, N. Y. Bearing for sliafting i. 

Harfield, W. H., London, EngUnd. Windlass 

Harger, D., Des Moines, Iowa. Furnace (Roissuu) . . 

Hargi-ave, J., Cincinnati, Obio. Tailoi-s' goose (Design) . . 

Same Sad-iron handle (Design) . . 



Hargrave, T. C. Boston, Maf^s. Steelyard-scales 
llarlan, G. W., (Cincinnati. Ohio. Cari'iage-spring . 



an, J. (See Davis, W. U., assignor.) 

an, J. (See Metcalf, O., assignor.) 

cs, "W., Washington, Mo. Excavating-cart . 



Har 

Har 

Har 

Harley, G. (See Hansen & Harley.) 

Harlow, E., New York, N. Y. Elevator for hods. Sec 

Harlow, J. B., Portland, Me. Sofa-bedstead (Reissue) . . 

Same same 

Harms, A. G. iSee Morrison &. Harms) (Reis-sue.) 

Harnach, W., Now' York, N. Y. Tassel for canes and umbrellas 

Harnden, J. W". (See Noble, O. W., assignor.) 

Harness, B R., Schooley's Station, Ohio. Stalkcatter 

Harper, A. W., Philipsbnrgh, Pa. Spool-case 

Harper, C. A., Burlington, N. J. Flour-bolt 

Harper, H. W. (Sm Sayre &, Shull, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Harper, J. H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Attaching patterns to their suppurting-plates 

Harper, R., Glenn Mills, Pa. Metal-planing machine 

Harper, W., and W. Smith, Montreal, Canada. Trolling-spoon 

Harrali, G. S. {See Dunn, W. G.. assignor.) 
Harrass, B. (See Gerike, H., assignor.) 

Harrington, D., Southbridge, Mass. Shave for boots and shot's 

Harrington, E. P., Volusia, N. Y. Car- brake 

Harrington, G. {tSee Edison, T. A., assignor.) 

Harrington, G., and G. D. Rollins, Springfl«''Ui, Mass. Die for nanor-colhir machinery 

Harrington, 1., Huntington, assignor to self, W. E. Downs, and 1. L. Cornell, Binning- } 

ham. Conn. Apparatus for teaching mensuration > 

Hanington, J. P. (See Elliott, Harrington &, Davenport.) 

Harrington, J. R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carpet-lining machine 

Hanington, J. W., Cincinnati, and J. A. Yingling, Hamilton, Oh 

wells 



Date. 



lio. Pump for driven 



(De- 



Harrington, M. W., Homestead, Iowa. Gun-sight 

Harris, A., assignor to self and J. J. Griffin, Philadelphia, Pa. Dry gas-meter 

Han is, A. M., Columbus, Ga. Stove-grate 

Harris, C, and E. Eummer, assignors to C. Harris & Son, Cincinnati, Ohio. Stove. 

sign) ^ 

Same Stove .* (Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same (Design) . . 

Harris, C. & Son. (See Harris &. Kummer, assignors) (Design.) 

Hanis, C. C. (See Keeler & Harris.) ' 

Harris, D., Litchfield, Mass., assignor to self and J. Tremlett, Saint Louis, Mo. Boot- 
stretcher J 

Harris, G. W. (See Carey, W. W., assignor.) 

Harris, G. W., assignor to G. W. Gillette, New York, N. Y. Wrench for bung-bushings. . 

Harris, G. W., Lancaster, N. Y. Fireman's extension-ladder 

Harris, H., Tidioute, Pa. Extracting tubular casings from oil-wells 

Harris, H., Newark, and F. Hewitt, Bloomfleld, N. J. Sash-cord fastener 

Harris, J., Baltimore, Md. Sectional steam-boiler 

Harris, J., New Carlisle, Ind. Turbine water-wheel 

Harris, J. B., Ottawa, 111. Millstone-dressing machine 

Harris, J. C. (See Smith Sc Harris) (Reissue.) 

Harris, J. F., and E. D. Childs, Charlestown, Mass. Child's chair 

Harris, J. P., Greensborough, Ga. Millstone-dress 

Harris, J. R. (See Earickson &, Harris.) 

Harris, L. W., Orlskany Falls, N. Y. Self-acting switch 

Harris, M. (Se^ Gilberds & Harris.) 

Harris, S., Philadelphia, Pa. Weighing-scales 

Harris, S. W., Hudson, N. Y., assignor of part interest to B. Rajv M. Martin, and J. W. 
Hoysradt. Furnace for smelting iron and other ores (Reissue) . . 

Hams, S. W., assignor to T. F. Miner, Albany, N. Y. Cinder-plate for blastfurnaces 

Harris. S. W., Albany, assignor to B. Ray, Hudson, and L Jagger and T. F. Miner, Albany, 
N. Y. Blast-furnace for smelting iron and other ores 

Harris, T., and. P. Dunn, Cot6 Saint Paul, Canada. Hammer-roll device for forming 
horseshoe-nails 

Harris, W., Danville, Vt Stereoscopic camera 

Harris, W., Rochester, N. Y. Spool-stand 

Harris, W. A. (See Babbitt & Harris.) 

Harris, W. A. (See Babbitt, G. R., assignor.) 

Harris, W. A., Providence, R. I. Drip-collecting device 

Harris, W. S., et oL (See Sinclair, J. 1)., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Harris, W. S., Trenton, N. J. Portable cradle 

Harison, B. J., New York, N. Y. Chair-frame (Design) . . 

Same Folding chair 

Harrison, C. (See Clark, M. S., assignor.) 

Harrison, J., jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Steam boiler (Extension) . . 

Harrison, J., East Hampton, Conn. Door-bell 

Same Bell-ringing : 

Same Furnace for melting metals 

Hannson, J., New York, N. Y. Sign 

Harrison, J. D., Middletown, Ohio. Wheel-plow 

Harrison, J. W., Niles, Mich. Dumping-platform for railway-cars 

Harrison, R. J., assignor of one-half interest to. I. Q.Williams, Raleigh, N. C. Wash-boiler. 

Harrison, T. J. (Set Perkins, S. R., assignor.) v 

Harrison, W., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for shearing horses 

Harrison, W., assignor of one-half interest to H. C. Prewitt, Linnens, Mo. Harvester 

Harsch, G., Chicago, III. Tuyere 

Harsen, W., Green Point, N. Y. Steering-propeller 

Hart, B. E. (See Shively, T., assignor.) 

Hart, Bliven & Mead Manufacturing Co. (.S^ Fogelstrand, O. F., assignor . . . (Design.) 



Dec. 16,1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
O . 21,1873 
S t. 2,1873 
Sept 9, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Sept. 9, 1673 



Feb. 4, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

July 15,1873 

July 1, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1H73 
Mar. 4,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
July 22. 1873 
Sept 23. 1873 



Apr. 29. 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

May 20, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

July 29, 1873 

Sept. 30, 873 
Feb. 25,1873 
Dec. 16, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
Jan. 28.1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 



June 10, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 
Dec. 2*}, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Fob. 18,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Apr. 8.1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

June 17, 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

May 6,1873 
Sept 2,1873 

Sept 2,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Dec. 9,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 



Mar. 11,1873 

Dec. 30, 1873 
May 20,1873 
July 29, 1873 



Monthly 
volame. 



Oct 

Apr. 

May 

July 

Aug. 

Sept 

Oct 

Nov. 



4,1873 
22,1873 
20, 1873 
22,1873 
12, 1873 
23,1873 
21, 1873 

4, 1873 



Mar. 18, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Apr. 29, 18TJ 
Nov. 11,1873 



CQ 



482 
749 
519 



to 



158 
244 
174 



489 
270 



143 

707 
391 
244 

432 

61 
513 
135 

156 
650 
721 

992 
316 

622 
662 

874 

903 
722 
553 
490 



1.58 
91 



45 

223 
129 

77 

147 

22 

174 

44 

51 
219 

248 



312 
107 

194 
V219 
{2,0 

286 

307 
233 
182 
159 



Official 
Gazette. 



o 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 



3 
4 
3 



4 
4 
3 

3 
4 
4 



212 


69 


354 


117 


751 


245 


573 


191 


651 


219 


491 


159 


20 


7 


78 


25 


305 


94,95 


688 


217 


479 


150 


126 


40 


240 


75 


127 


42 


128 


42 


158 


52 


236 


79 


237 


80 


233 


79 


950 


307 


875 


286 


799 


255 


623 


195 


732 


243 


349 


115 


721 


248 


354 


118 


135 


45 


.574 


191 


327 


102 


915 


289 


317 


108 



4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 

3 

4 

3 
4 



3 
4 
4 



P4 



648 
682 
441 
241 
270 
192 
270 



139 

697 
629 
159 

63 

13 
543 
256 

19 

89 

333 



3 479 

4 I 515 

3 , 571 

3 I 328 



115 



4 


364 


3 


222 


4 


654 


3 


192 


3 


100 


3 


100 


3 


100 


3 


100 



3 642 



427 
6.-2 
310 
89 
192 
247 
363 

393 
447 

670 

145 

517 
252 

252 

19 
617 
617 



273 



4 


709 


3 


559 


4 


115 


4 


3.53 


3 


4.56 


3 


571 


4 


96 


4 


171 


4 


333 


4 


427 


4 


489 


3 


310 


3 


651 


3 


473 


4 


515 



78 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873, <jc— Continued. 



No. 



145, 5m 
U3, 148 



144,09-2 
144,673 

137, 839 
146. 070 
133, 708 
144,452 
14i,017 

139, 464 
143,283 



143,238 

143,572 

135, 221 
137, 365 
145,651 
141,002 

134, 800 

136, 373 

137, 918 
5,558 

137, 677 
143,284 

138,802 
134, 801 
139, 148 

130, 321 
140,918 



6,875 

6,868 

144,026 
1:18, 329 

144, 453 

138,022 

136, 374 

143. 239 

136,241 

137, 200 

i:n,44i 

145, 175 
146. 000 
135, 427 

135,428 
139,312 
145, 798 

146,001 

137, 303 

142,102 

143.759 
140,701 

143. 240 

134, 883 
143,693 



43, 024 



Namo, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Hart, Blivcn & Mead Manufacturing Company. . {See Jones, H. K., assignor) . (Reissue.) 

Hart, G., Tarrytowu, N. Y. Macbiue for removing snow from roadways 

Hart, G. B., Buffalo Township, Iowa. Slioo fastening '. 

Hart, G. E. (5^ Logan Sc Hart.) 
Hart, H. B. (See Marchant ife Hart.) 

Hart, H. C., Unionville, Conn. Saw-set 

Hart, L, Cincinnati, Ohio. Inlcing apparatus , 

Hart, J., et oL (See Picking & Hopkins, assignors.) 

Hart, J., Kekoskee, "Wis. (Coffee-roaster 

Hart, J., assignor to S. H. Jenkins, N. B. ^Jrown. and J. C. Bolden, Philadelphia, Pa. Si>oon . 

Hart,R. B., Salado, Tex. Wash-boiler attachment 

Hart, S., Fulton, N. Y. Grain-drill 

Hart^ W., Philadelphia, Pa. Self braking, lowering, and hoisting apparatus 

Hart, W. D., et al. (See Bristol, H. C, assignor.) 

Hart, W. H., New Britain, Conn. Shee^metal hinge 

Hart, W. H., Lowell, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to A. Colburu, Nashua, N. H. 



Lounge 



Hartford Carpet Comimny. (See Fisher, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Heinigke, ()., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Horau, H., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Malkiu, L. 6., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Ney, E. J., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Nordman, H., assignor) (Design. i 

Same (See Smith, J. H., assignor) (Design.) 

Hartford Eyelet Company. (See Sandfear, W. R., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Harting, C, Washington, D. C. Carpet-fastener 

Hartley, W. H. (See Borton & Hartley.) 

Hartley. W. H., Pliiladelphia, Pa. Horse hay-rake 

Hartman, B. F., Charlestown, Pa. Sash-balance 



Dee. 16,1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 



Oct. 28,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 
Dt^c. 30, 1873 
Feb. II, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Juno 3,1873 

Sept. ,30, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Hartman, J., jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Screw-propeller 

Hartman, J. J., Saint Louis, Mo^ Adjustable reclining-chair . 



Hartman, J. M.. assignor to Taws & Hartman, Philadelphia, Pa. Metallurgic gas- 
furnace 

Hartman, S. B., Lancaster. Pa. Wash-boiler attachment 

Hartmann, F., Chicago, HI. Street-lamp 

tiarts, P. N., French Grove, 111. Com-hnsking glove 

Hartshorn, S., New York, N. Y. Shade fixture (Reissue) . . 

Hartzell, G., Philadelphia, Pa. Bed-lounge 

Hartzell, H. H , Holden, Mo. Harness trace-buckle 

Hartzell, J. D. (See Brooks & Hartzell.) 

Hartzell, J. D., Ozawkie, Kans. Washing-machine 

Harvey, C. W., ButTalo, N. Y. Railway-car axle-box 

Harvey, J., assignor to self and M. Ford, Philadelphia, I*a., and W. Harvej% New York, 
N. Y. Machine for bending pipe-stems 

Harvey, J. T., Muri-jsville, Pa, Gnnding-mill 

Harvey, P., assignor to N. C. Gridley, Chicago, HI. Water-supply valve 

Harvey, W., et al. (See Harvey, J., assignor.) 

Harway, J. W. (See Hodges, J. W., assignor.) 

Harwood, G. W., Tn>v, and R. Woml, assignors to the Henry I. Sevmour Chair Manufac- 
tory, West Troy, :!^. Y. Chair ." * (Design) . . 

Harwood. G. S., et al. (See Morrison, C. F., as-signor.) 

Harwood, W. A., Brooklyn, N. Y., IS.s.siguor to the Merriam Manufacturing Company, 
Durham, Conn. Toy rail-car (Design) . . 

Harwoo<l, W. A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy horn 

Hasbrook, F., Stokes' Mound, Mo. AVh eel plow 

Same same 

Haseltine. J. (See Snow & Haseltine.) 

Haskell, E., Dover, N. H. Folding book-case 

Haskell, H. hl.,etal. (See Root, JTB., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Haskell, J. E., Baltimore, Md. Dovetailiug-machine 

Haskell, W. H. (See Tingley, C. B. F., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Haskins, C. C, New Albany, Ind., assignor of one-half interest to J. Ferrier, Louisville, 
Ky. Earth-closet 

Haskins, J. F., Fitchburgh, Mass. Vapor-engine 

Same same 

Same Crank-shaft eccentric 

Same Boiler for vaporizing volatile fluids 

Same Sewing-machine attachment for making button-holes 

Hastings, E. B., Palmer, and W. E. Nichols and W. L. Merritt, Templeton, Mass., said 
Hastings and Nichols aasiguors to said Merritt Looms for weaving slats, window- 
shades, &c 

Hastings, E. B., Palmer, and J. Desper, Barre, Mass. Hat-pressing machine 

Hastings, G. S., jr., assignor to self and E. N. Pierce, Plainville, Conn. Envelope-opener. . 

Hastings, G. S., assignor of two-thirtls interest to C. B. Stephens and E. N. Pierce, Plain- 
ville, Conn. Toy pistol or gun 

Hastings, R. E., Philaclelphia, Pa. Manufacture of gold-leaf for bookbinders' use 

Hateh, B. W. (See Raynard and Hatch, B. W. and W. P.) 

Hatch, G. W., assignor to Lyon and Fellows Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Gas-burner 

Hatch, H., Jefferson, Me. Reciprocating chum 

Hatch, W. P. (See Raynard and Hatch, B. W. and W. P.) 

Hatfield, A. L., Clyde, Ohio. Pump 

Hatfield, G. W., assignor to self and Dixie Oil Comi>any, Nashville, Tenn. Saponifying 
apparatus 

Hatf ull, R., Deptford, England, assignor to D. L. Evans, New York, N. Y. ComiKisition 
for preventing incrustations in steam-boilers 

Hathaway, A., Freetown, Mass. Paper-ruling machine 

Same Base-burning stove . .'. 

Hathaway, M. D., et al. (See Moore, S., assignor.) 

Hatllnger, J. J. {See Miller. W., as.signor.) 

llaughoy. M. (See Craig & Haughey.) 

Hanu, A. IL (See Kernodle «fc Hauu) 

Havasy, L., Hoboken, N.J. Child's carriage 



Sept. 30, 1873 

Oct. 14,1873 
Jan. 28. 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Dec. 1(J, 1873 



July 22. 1873 

Jan. 14, lh73 

4, 1873 

1.% 1873 

2, 1873 

8, 1873 



Mar. 
Apr. 
Sept. 
Apr. 



Sept. 30, 1873 



May 13,1873 
Jaii. 14, 1873 



May 20, 1873 
Feli. 2.5,1873 | 
July 15, 1873 



Sept. 9,1873 

S4'pt. 2.1873 
Oct, 28. 1873 
Apr. 21>, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 



Sept. 30. 1873 
Feb. 25,1873 
Mar. 25. 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 

Dec. 30,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Dec. 23,1873 

May 27, 1873 
Dec. .30, 1873 



Apr. 1. 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Oct. 21,1873 

July 8,1873 

Sept. 30, 1873 
.Jan. 14,1873 
Oct, 14,1873 



C/3 



483 
722 



662 
437 

519 
951 
303 
243 
556 

19 

842 



l?06 
164 

79 

611 
283 
21 
5KJ 
201 
364 
843 

300 

284 

624 
515 



689 
21 



I 



806 
785 
775 
145 
1-28 

889 



32 
.33 

786 

692 
890 



21 
655 

355 

320 

807 
358 
274 



Oct. 14, 1873 I 210 






1.58 
248 



218 
148 

162 

307 

96 

82 
184 

6 

290 



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Gazette. 





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bO 


o 


S 


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55 
220 

26 
182 

20{; 

92 

7 

183 

05 
113 
290 

95 
92 

195 
276 

irj 



607 I 201 
992 I 312 

244 j 82 



218 

7 



277 

2.54 

25() 

47 

42 

(288 

I 289 



9 

10 

250 

227 



71 



4 
4 



4 
4 



648 
333 



463 
537 



3 423 

4 709 

3 163 

4 510 

4 ^ 197 

I 

3 j 610 

4 359 



4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 



4 
4 
3 
4 

3 

3 



4 
3 
3 
3 
4 



3 
3 
3 

4 
4 



3 
4 

4 

4 

4 
3 
4 



3 
4 



277 4 ! 356 



4 402 

3 2t>3 

3 363 

4 I 654 



86 

43 

247 

429 

258 
,398 
359 



3 533 

3 j 43 

3 .571 

3 2.32 

4 I 69 



270 

241 
458 
479 
510 

447 

247 



356 
227 
336 
.%*9 
595 

704 



1.30 
130 
592 

678 
704 



3.59 
215 

427 

46 

356 

49 

411 



671 
406 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



79 



Alphabetical list of patents for the year 1873, ifc. — Continued. 



No. 



137. 678 
1.16, .5y8 
1-10, 621 
142,849 

138, 24!) 
144, 846 



134, 884 
136,322 
145, 501 

145, 943 

144.763 
140,919 
137, 136 

143,073 

135.911 
137, 304 

141,712 



140, 037 

140,625 
145, 799 

136, 509 
136,510 
140, 367 
135, 709 
143,901 
134, 747 

134, 885 

137, .548 
141,505 

140, 196 



137,442 
139, .577 



6,595 

.5, 650 

5, 693 

139, 672 

143. 149 

143. 150 
143,151 
143, 1.52 
143, 153 
1 14, 539 

136, 375 

138, .562 
135,644 

138,803 

136, 994 
141,200 



6. 974 



5.451 



1.37,919 

142,161 

6,509 

6, 510 
6. 51 1 
6, 679 
6, Gm 
6.828 
143, 823 

145,298 

1.37, 920 



Kame, residence, and inreution. 



Havell, G., assignor to Stevens, Roberts & Havell, Newark, N. J. Skate beel-plates 

Haven, E. W., Brandon, Vt Knife-scourer , 

Ilavens, A. F., Brooklj'n, N. Y. Apparatus for cliargiujr gas-retorts 

Haver, W. W., assignor to sell, J. Atwcll, Schuyler, and W. Gat<^8, iYankfort, N. Y. Car- 
coupling. 



Date. 



Haverstick, L., Manor Township, Pa. Horse hay -fork 

Same Cultivator 

Hawes, C. L. (See Whealen, C, assignor.) 
Hawes, L. P., et al. (See Clough, T., Assignor.) 
Hawes, L. P. (5ee Maxim & Hawes.) 

Hawkins, F. A., Nolilesville, Iiid. Hand corn-planter 

Hawkins, G. C, lk)8tou, Mass. Mncliine for burnishing the soles of boot« and shoes. . . . 
Hawkins, G. C, Boston, Mass., assignor to The Shoo Machine Manufacturing Company, 

New Haven, Conn. Machine for Imffing boots and shoes 

Hawkins, G. C, assignor to Morris <fc Ireland, Boston, Mass. Machine for buiiiishing 

heels, &.C 

Hawkins, J. V., Clayton, Mich. Paner-hohler shelf 

Hawkins, J. F., Hannibal, Mo. Milk-cooler 

HawkiuM, J. T., assignor of onchalf interest to G. R. Holt, Salisbury, Vt. Machine for ? 

making spool-blauks ) 

Hawkins, J. T., Salisbury, Vt. Tool for making button-molds 

Hawkins, L. 1). (5ce Webster. J. and J. H., a.«isignors.) 

Hawkins, L. P., assignor to N. Coombs, Lynn, Mass. Heel nailing and shaving machine. . 

Hawkins. L. P., assignor to W. F. Morgan and B. Dore, Lynn, Mass. Machinery for tin- 

i.shing the heels of boots and shocH ,. . . 

Hawkins. L. P., assignor to Morgan &, Dore, liynn, Mass. Machinery for flnishiug the 

heels of boots and shoes 

Hawkins, S. , Chillicothe. Mo. Washing-machine 



Apr. 8, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
July 8,1873 

Sept. 16,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 



Jan. 
Feb. 



14.1873 
25, 1873 



Dec. 16,1873 



Doc. 
Nov. 
July 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Feb. 18,1873 



30, 1873 
18, 1873 
15, 1873 

25, 1873 

23, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Hawks, M. L., Kindeihook, Mich. Washing-machine 

Same same 

Hawley, B. R., Normal, 111. Furnace and furnace-door 

Same Furnace and steam -generator for heating, &c 

Hawley, H. Q., Albany. N. Y. Rotary fluid-moter 

Hawley, J. M., Alma, 111. Hand coru-sheller 

Hawley, S. F,, assignor to self and J. M. Whitmon, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Clothes-pounder . . . 

Haworth, G. 1)., Decatur, 111. Corn-planter 

Haworth, J., et al (See Schofield. J., assignor.) 

Haws, A. I., Johnstown, Pa., and J. A. Vaughn, Cuyahoga Falls, said Vaughn assignor 

to said Haws. Apparatus for making tuyeres for Bessemer converters 

Hawsnn, S., Jersey City, N. J. , and T. Sweeney. Brooklyn, N. Y. Inkstand 

Hawthorn, W^A., and E. K. Scott, Carson City, Nov. Window-fastener 

Hay & Co. (See Ga.^kill, H. C, assignor.) 

Hay, A. T., Burlington, Iowa. Electrical protection for boilers 

HaV, G. J{., Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for outting out wooden ware (Extension) . . 

Hay. S. F. (See Gt>odchild &, Hay.) 

Haycock, S. H., Ottawa, Canada. Projectile 

Hayden, C. M., Hanover, assignor to self and Z. M. Lane, East Abingtou, Mass. Sole- 

pVessing machine 

Hayden, H. W., W^aterbury. Conn. Machine for making kettles (Extension) . . 

Same Brass kett le (Ex tension) . . 

Hayden, N., Essex, Conn. Coffin-handle (Design).. 

Hayes, E. B., et al. (See Flanders, J. P., assignor.) 

Hayes, G.. New York, N. Y. Skylight (Reissue).. 

Same "same (Reissue).. 

Haves, G., Lawrenceburgh. Ind. Corn-planter 

Hayes, G., New York, N. Y. Skylight 

Same .same - 

Same same 

Same Skylight cover 

Same Skylight-turret and conservatory 

Hayes, G. E., assignor to Butlalo Dental Manufactnring Company, Buffalo, N. Y. Rack 

for dental tools 

Hayes. J. R., Washington. D. C, assignor of two-thirds interest to F. C. Hooton and J. 

Rutter, West Chester, Pa. Manufacture of fuel from coal-waste 

Hayes, J. v., Buffalo, N. Y. Hydrant 

Haynes, C. E., Boston, assignor to self and I. Gardner, 2d, Hingham, Mtiss. Tool for cut- 
ting pipes 

Haynes, C. E., assignor to self and W. H. Henderson, Boston, Mass. Clothes wringer. . . 

HayncH, E. (See Robins, W. B., assignor.) 

Haynes, E. K., Boston, Mass. Lantern 

Same same 

Haynes, H. (Se/i Robins, W. B., assignor.) 

Haynes, J., Hollis, Me. Wood-saw frame (Extension) . . 

Haynes, W. A., Everett, assignor to self and S. Badger, Charlestown, Mass. Match- 
safe (Design).. 

Hays, C, Waukesha, Wis., assignor to Kip Manufacturing Company. Step-ladder. (Re- 
issue) 

Hays, M., Binghaniton, N. Y. Nut-lock 

Hayward, D.E., Maiden, Mass. Rubber sole for .boots and shoes 

Hayward, S., Boston, Mass., assignor to J. Estey &. Co., Brattleborough, Vt Organ- 
case (Design) . . 

Same Organ-case (Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same Ends of an organ-case ( Design) . . 

Same Chair (Design) . . 

Hazard, A. P., North Bridgewater, Ma.ss. Implement for edge-trimming soles 

Hazard, T. H. (See Moris, H. C, assignor.) 

Hazelip, J. N., Baltimore, Md. Child's carriage 

Hazletine, D. W. (See Cummings, G. W., assignor.) 

Hazletine, E. T., and C. Park, assignors to R. D. Hazeltine, Warren, Pa. Clamp for paper- 
cutting machines 

Hazelline, R. D., (See Hazeltine Si Park, assignors.) 



Apr. 1,1873 

Aug. 12, 18r3 
June 17, 1873 



July 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

July 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Jan. 



8, 1873 

23, 1873 

4, 1873 

4,1873 

1, 1873 

11, 1873 

21,1873 

14, 1873 



Jan. 14.1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Aug. 9,1873 

Apr. 1,1873 

June 3.1873 
Mar. 8,1873 
Mar. 8, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Nov. 

Dec. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 



11,1873 
23, 1873 
10, 1873 
23, 1873 
23, 1873 
23,1873 
23, 1873 
23, 1873 



Nov. 11,1873 



Mar. 
May 



4. 1873 
6, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
May 13, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 

Aug. 9,1873 

Nov. 4,1873 

June 17, 1873 
AiJT. 15, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
May 
May 
Aug. 
Oct 



18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
27. 1873 
27, 1873 
26, 1873 
21, 1873 



Dec. 9, 1873 



Apr. 15, 1873 



if 



365 
234 
257 

473 
916 
597 



.359 

858 

418 
842 






113 

79 

87 

161 
289 
203 



114 
276 

137 
274 



Official 
Gazette. 









9i 


»-J 


u 


o 


ce 


> 


&< 



3 
3 
4 

4 

3 
4 



514 174 4 

516 173 4 

5 2:J6 ^ 

{237 5 " 

666 I 229 4 



712 



492 I 159 

22 I 7 



550 



277 1 91 
! ^ 173 
\l 174 

258 I 87 
I 227 
44,45 



693 
136 
137 
26 
304 
475 
239 



360 
2.52 

85 

708 



45 

9 

96 

160 

77 



115 

77 
26 

223 



146 


47 


114 


38 


363 


123 


805 


264 


214 


69 


723 


249 


724 


249 


724 


249 


725 


249 


725 


250 


318 


108 


23 




86 


27 


246 


77,78 


309 


96 


575 


192 


26 


7 



619 
.584 
704 


195 
184 
232 






















408 
237 

564 


136 
80 

184 



3 

4 
4 



4 

3 

4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 



4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



3 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 



398 

273 

40 

303 
473 
560 



49 
232 

643 
700 

543 
69 

332 

329 

192 



3 359 



165 

677 

41 

678 
2.56 
256 

10 
164 
437 

40 



3 49 

3 389 

4 142 



3 I 697 

4 I 134 

3 369 

3 618 
3 271 
3 I 272 
3 444 



519 
686 
642 
333 
333 
334 
334 
334 

515 



3 247 

3 504 

3 1.59 

3 533 



310 
480 

108 

478 



3 682 

3 I 429 

4 I 219 



297 
297 
297 
.5^6 
586 
212 
431 

617 



429 



80 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees /or the year 1873, ^c — Continued. 



No. 



143,573 



6,355 


6,3.56 


6,.'«8 


6,6.^ 


6,554 


6,713 


6,714 


6, 715 


6,716 


6,717 


6,718 


6,119 


6,720 


6,411 


139,890 


139, 005 


137,679 


138,886 


138,887 


139,788 


137. 305 


14.% 417 


136,995 


134,600 


144,093 


136,435 


140,038 


137, 549 


136, 160 


134, 542 


141,347 


141.789 


13tf, 399 


138, 1.52 


141.9-29 


144,904 


134, .543 


134. 665 


144.004 


i:i8, 888 


6,771 


6,772 


143.241 


0,416 


6,417 


6,418 


6,419 


6,420 


6, 421 


6, 422 


6, 4Zi 


6, 424 


6,513 


6,514 


6,515 


6,516 


6, 517 


6,625 


6,iK>9 


6,910 


6,911 


6, 912 


6, 913 


6,914 


6,915 


6.916 


6,917 


6,018 


6,919 


6,920 


6,921 


6, 922 


6, 92:^ 


6,924 


6, 925 


6. l>26 


6,927 


6.928 


6,929 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Haxlett, H. K., Saint Lonla, Mo. Bung 

Head, J. (See Schemibth. C, assignor.) 

Heald. A., assignor to McCallum, Croaso &. Sloan, Philadolpba, Pa. Carpet. . . (Design) . 
Same same (Design), 



.(Design).. 

(Design).. 

.(Design).. 

.(Design).. 

..(Design)., 

..(Design).. 

..(Design).. 

(DeHign)., 

...(Design)., 
...(Design)., 
...(Design).. 



Same same. . - . 

Same same 

Same same — 

Same same., 

Same same. , 

Same same. , 

Same same . , 

Same sam o , 

Same same. 

Same same . 

Same ". same . 

Heald, W. T).,et al. {See Grandy, C. E., assignor.) 

Heald, W. D. (See Grandy. Z. B. & C. E., assignors.) 

Hcaley. J. L, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fence (Design).. 

&kme Hydrant and fire-plug 

Healy, B. S., Cobocton, N. T. Selt-acting brake (Extension).. 

Healy, P. H., assignor of one-half interest to W. H. Bryant, Cbicago, 111. Machine for 
forming railway coupling-links 

Heame, J. C, and D. Adams, Pleasant Hill, Mo. Extensible ladder 

Heath, E., San Francisco, Cal. Work-box 

Heath, J. S., London, England. Breech -loading fire-arm 

Heath, M. (See Piper, R. U., assignor.) 

Heatherington, R. (See Hipkius, S. ir., assignor.) 

Heatley, JT, Harrisburgh, Pa. Puddling-fnruaco 

Heaton, D., Providence, K. L Lacing-stud 

Hebard. A. K., Cambridge, Mass. Piano-forte action 

Hebb, T., Great Mills, Md. Rat-trap 

Hebbard, A., New York. Stopper for volatile -salts bottles 

Heberling. J., Mount Pleasant, Ohio, assignor of one-half interest to C. L. McCoy, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. Whip-socket 

Heckenbach, J. A., May ville, Wis. Metronome 

Heckenbach, J. A., and A. Haortle, Mayville, Wis. Last-block fastening 

Hedenburg, J. W., Chicago. 111. Bale-tie 

Hedges, H. C, et cU. (See Essick, S. V., assignor.) 

Hedges, I. A., Saint Louis, Mo. Mill for grinding cane, «S:.o (Extension) . . 

Hcdees, L. E.. et al. (See Lindsley, W. D., assignor.) 

Hedloy, W., Medina. N. Y. Composition for artificial stone 

Heegler, G., San Francisco, Cal. Hanging door , 

He<'r, D., assignor to H. D. Hirst. Philadelphia, Pa. Lathe 

Heermans, T., Mattoon, HI. Coffee-roaster 

Hcflley, W. H., assignor of one-half interest to C. A. Mitclioll, Rochester, Ind. Quilling- 
attachment for sewing-mtichines 

Heffron, C. M., Rochester, N. Y. Combined rule, square, and bevel 

Hegeler, E. C, and F. W. Matthiessen, La Salle. 111. Sheet-metal roofing 

Same Furnace for dcHuIphurizlng ores 

Heidt, A. P., assignor to self and J. H. Hubliell, New York, N. Y. Automatic fan 

Heitjes, J. M., York, Pa. Cultivator 

Ilitiles, F.. New York, N. Y. Fastening for pocket-books 

Heim, G. M., Brownsville, Ind. Reciprocating churn 

Heim, J. (See Keller, P., assignor.) 

Heimbacb, B. F., Allentown, Pa. Burial-casket (Design) . . 

Same Burial-case (Design).. 

Heine, A., et al. (See Huntley, W. W., assignor ) 

Ileiuig. F. E., Louisville, Ky. Dinner-bucket 

Heinigke, O., New York, N. Y., assignor to Hartford Carpet Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Carpet .' (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 



Feb. 11,1873 
June 17, 1873 
Aug. 16, 1873 

May 20, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Mav 13,1873 
May 13, 1873 



June 10, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
Dec. 9. 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Jan. 7. 1873 

Oct 28,1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 




3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 
4 
3 
3 

4 
3 
3 
3 



Feb. 1,1873 : ! 3 



Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same ( Design) . . 



.(Design). 
.(Design). 
.(Design). 
.(Design). 
.(Design). 
.(Design). 
.(Design)., 
.(Design). 
.(DeHign).. 
.(Design)., 
.(Design).. 
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.(Design).. 

(Design).. 

(Design) . 

(Design). 



Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same (Design) . 

Same same ( Design ) . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same (Design) . , 

Same same ( Design) . , 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same (Design) . , 

Same same (Design).. 

Same . .-. same ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . , 

Same same ( Desi gu ) . , 

Same same ( Design) . . 

Siirao same (Design).. 



Feb. 25, 1873 ! 723 
Jan. 7, 1873 t 
Jnly 20, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 



Apr. 20, 
Apr. 22, 



1873 
J 873 
Aug. 19, 1H73 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Jan. 7, 18i3 
Oct. 28,1873 
May 13,1873 

July 1.5,1873 
July 15,1873 

Sept. 30, 18rj 



Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct. 

Oct 

Oct. 



36 


12 


948 


308 


349 


115 


1,047 


330 


800 


255 


4Xi 


160 


640 


218 


37 


12 


1.58 


52 


664 


219 


.384 


120 








18, 1873 

18. 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

25, 1873 

25, 1873 

25, 1873 

25, 1873 

25, 1873 

0, 1873 

7,1873 

7, 1873 

7, 1872 

1, 1873 

7,1873 

7, 1873 

7, 1873 

7,1873 

7, 1873 

7, 18r3 

7,1873 

7, 1873 

7. 1873 

7, 1873 

7, 1873 

7, isn 

7, 1873 
7, 1873 
7, 1873 
7.1873 
7, 1873 



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3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
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3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
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4 
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Oct 14,1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
May 20, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
June 24, 187 J 
June 24. 1873 


165 


402 
70 






70 






417 






558 






.5.58 






691 






691 






691 






3 


691 




'•••«•• 


3 < 691 


i June 24. 1873 






3 691 


1 June 24. 1873 






3 691 


Jane 24. 1873 


•••••• 




3 691 



3 157 



666 
158 

561 
398 
.5.39 
539 



651 
:»59 
625 
310 
15 

463 
251 

677 
389 

70 

222 

10 

121 

171 

484 
456 
191 
564 
10 
19 
463 
5:J9 

57 
57 

356 

189 
1H9 
189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
325 
3-25 
325 
325 
325 
497 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
380 
3iri0 
380 
380 
380 
380 
:J80 
380 
380 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873 
Alphabetical lUt itf palealees for ihtyear 1973--ContinDed. 



ITJ-SOS 



iipi8cb.l{.,NeTiirk. N. J. : 



MMth,D.V< . _ . 

■ "er.D.C, KeaiUnitPii. Ciin 
II. A. (&c Helm. J. mill A.) 



Ilol 



■nd A., 'Waafaluf-Um, D. C. 

H., Pltlsbnrgh, Pa. Macliic 

. (SecToote.A 



sT-engf. aluiu, nnd rvRlitor 



t. V. rmUl DttachnK 



uck BidcB for rsllwiy^cara . 



H.C.H Pouglik. 



_.o. N. y., n 
Iniming ' 



Hclwie,C,D, (.%<Uyow.D.B„8s«iKnor.l 

Qemcuirny. C. F., lUHtKiior cf Iiro-lhinls intereat to J. □. B. Iknt 

New London. Ohio. Clotli-mcMaro..- 

Hem«n»ny.S.'ff..LiiDSiq)r, Ion-*. Hail way- train Indkatot 

Suae. Aiitwr-baiHlle 

Hempel. a. A..SaintJoHuh.Uo. Pri uteri' Itiniltnre 

lleni|w]>, O. W.. Millvllle, 11. J. Fnill-jBI 

HoinpaWail, B., LltllB Rock. Ark. Ctrtlon.gtn 

Henckley nud Bi^ry Iron CoDinnny. iSet ilowird. U. S., aulgnoi'. 

noDilber)^ U.. ItonloD, Mans. Jowolry oaae 

UvnderauQ, J. U., rial. {Ste Smltli, j. U,. siwtgiior.) 

UendetsoD. T., and W. G. V'rlght, Hamiltoo. CamliU. Se»Ing-nia( 

Hondrrun. T. M.. and ¥. L. Mcl>onal<l, Omaba. Nebr. Macbino Tu 

lleudenon. W. II. fSa Bayues. C. K.. aMlgaor.) 

Ili'ndetwn, W. U., PbUulotnhia, I'a. Uvdraiilic nilnml-car braki 

Same Hydninbc or alr-mr brake 

Hendricki.N.. JencvCitv.N'.J. TeloEraph'iDtulalur. 

llundHcksoD, 1). W.. Ited Bank. tf. J. Itlaiit-raruace 

Sanio Blaatand copola rnrnaco 

Hcndrickain.E. U.Urooklyn.IT.Y. Iturelar^tanii 

Hendri<'kmD.S.C..e(aL (&» Pone, F. L., aotgnnr) 

UeudrickaoD, S, U.. Brooklm. N. T. Electrkt rallwB;r.ali[ual 

Same Track^drcnlt forelecti'iu nilny-^nrala 

nendv,J..Sanf'raBGlaco,CBl. UoablerricUoi eon^ug 

Same. Eiiglns-eoTBrnor 

HeDoaae,K..BuiMa,N.Y. OHHie-geaeralor 

QenecaB. E. E., iliiwQtTllie, Wla. Itee.b'i™ 

Same Corn-planter 

nenika. U..BDdM.F.Cardet,Ka1aiiiazna,Uiob. Uiirialcasket... 
Ueuia. C. F., ItaUlmgre. Mil. Saw^waging derico 

Same ..Sav-avaglnenxaoldno.. -.... 

Same Saw.flling machine 

Hennaman. J. T., Baltimore. Ud. Cigar-machine 

ilenning, K., a«iEnor M wir auil J. D.Caton, Oltawa. Ill Paper.i 



(Reiasuo). 

d A.A.Powora, 



HenDion. A. G., Buffalo, H, Y. Cemented nlatA-nnang 

Henrloha, P.. Erie. Fa. Baby's cUair 

Henry, A., KichmcuKl. Ind. llalanced valve for ateam-engiuea 
llonry A., Edinbargb, Scotland. Breecli-loadiiig ttre-arm. 
Henry. A. a iSa KDunlDg & Welilunian. aiiaiiTnoTa.) 
Henry. C. J., Tunkbonnock. Pa., and C. J. Wood. Breirei 

ai.wing.machinea 

Henry, C. J.. anil C. J. 'Woo'l Tiinkhannocl 
Henry. J. D. t^e SVaata. W. W„ awigiior 
Henry, J. J.. BdlUmore, Md. Snlndie-alep 
Henry, U. (£^ Ueary.S.and U.) 



irton.M.T. Threadci 



(« ., 

— .■y,S.anilM.,Cbofl-_.„ 

oD^ien. J., and £■ Kruger, deceaaed. aald 



Hunait. 






Henaon, F. W.. rbiladelphia. Pa. WaalilnR-macbilie 

Heiutey. M,. jr., Philaiielpbia, Pa. llpo-coniillng for mtliTay.cars. . . 
Hcnuood, E. ISm Huliuan. J. F. L.. uulenor.) 

HerUig. T., Jasper, Ind. Stump-citrnotor 

Herboth, P., Newark. N, J. Devioo Tor traversing card and other m-', 
HenibelnKle, C. 'Stc Hill. J. \V.. aaaienor.l 

HeriDR, B..Fb[lade]phla,P& FriilLjar 

Hemunn. L <«« Ball. O. M.. asalgnor.) 
Herman, L.. Detroit, Mieh. Wroucbtii 
HennaDCc.J.F.,a8rignor- " " ■— - 
log for pUtfln-rods 

n 






Haven, CoDD. Faek- 



Mar. IB. 1813 
Sept £3. 1673 



Dec. 2,1873 
Aag. 13. 1873 



Jane 3,1873 



Doc 


23,1973 


fr 


a6.1B73 


May 




July a 1873 


Mar 


4 1873 


Jan. 


ai,1873 


Apt 


1,1873 



82 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical liet of patentees for the year 1873 — Con tinned. 



No. 



5,554 

145,567 

143, G95 
141, 557 

6,626 
6, 6*27 
142,628 
1.15, 547 
145, 869 
138,331 
146,002 
140,415 
136, 154 

136, 514 
141,051 
1:J5, 548 
139. 151 
145. SOI 



139,692 

141,141 

5,234 

140,920 



136, 243 
145, 652 

141,052 
139,152 

139, 673 
141,713 
139.506 
135, 549 

141,348 



5, 302 
5. 357 
5,:J58 
5, 437 

134, 887 
135,116 

135, 335 
135,550 
137, 201 
137, 445 
145, 945 

145,418 
145, 340 
144, 027 
141, 714 



134,545 
134,802 
135,117 
134, 544 

139,387 

144, 096 

145,568 

141,349 
146, 071 
145, 104 
136, 058 
145,299 

140,272 
143, 625 

134, 803 
143,075 
137, 840 

5.305 

5,564 

143. 624 

5,384 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Herroanco, R M., assignor by mesne assignment to J. B. Wilkinson, Troy, N. Y. Cook- 
ing-stove (Rt^issuo.) 

Hermann, D., New York, assignor to C. II. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telegraph trauamittcr 
Hermann, H. O. {See Zwicker, O., assignor.) 

Herold, C^ Pittsburgh, Pa. Scrubbing-brush 

Herr, A., Georgetown, D. C. Mitldlingspurifier 

Herr, M. L. (See Iske, A., assignor.) 

Herriet, J., assignor to D. W. Bruce, Now York, N. Y. Type (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Hcrriman, A. A., Greensborough, N. C. Turbine water-wheel 

Herring, A. J., Mauch Chunk, Pa. Bidlng-stirrup 

Same Stirrup 

Herring, R. N., Chew's Landing, N. J. Ironing board 

Hon lott, W. H., Brim field. III. Portable elevator and dumper 

Herrmann, A., New York, N. Y. Dresn-protector 

Herron, A. C, assignor to self and D. Whittemoro, Boston, Miss. Elevator 

Herrou, K. B. (See Snell, O., assignor.) 

Herron, W. M., assignor to self and J. J. McDerraott, Allegheny, Pa. , Cigar-tip 

Hersey, C. H., Boston, Mass. Hoisting-machine 7 

Hersey, T., Bangor, Me. Moccasin 

Hershey, B., Erie, Pa. Chain-machine 

Hersome, C, Boston, Moss. Gaiter-boot 

Herv6, C. F., et al. (See Hook, A. H., assignor.) 
Herv6, C. F. (See Shaw & Tracy, assignors.) 

Herveux, C, Islington, England. Tanning-apparatus 

Hervey, H. W. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined refrigerator and water-cooUir 

Herabitrg, A., assignor of one-half interest to I. Horiberg, Philadelphia, Pa. Umbrella- 
frame, runner, and notch (Kcissuo) . . 

Herzberg, A & L, Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of umbrella-notches 

Herzberg, L (See Herzberg, A., assignor) (lieissuc.) 

Herzberg, I. (See Herzberg, A. & I.) 

Herzog, A., New York, N. Y. Extension-table 

Hess, J. W., assignor to self and J. B. Green, Moutaudou, Pa. Car coupliug 

Hestou, £. G. (See Fox & Heston.) 

Heston, W., Akron, Ohio. Packing for piston-rorls and valve-stems 

Hettinger A., assignor to G. W. Edwards and J. M. Patterson, P))iladelphia, Pa. Cigar- 
trimmer 

Heublein, F. W., Hartford, Conn. Folding table 

Heughes, F. L., Rochester, N. Y. Feeder for printing-presses 

HeuUngs. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Ice-creeper 

Hewet, H. W., assignor to H. Miller, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ticket-punch 

Hewitt, C, Trenton, N. J. Machine for moving iron at the rolls (Extc^nsiou) . . 

Hewitt, E. A., Groton, Conn. Rotary cburn 

Hewitt, F. (See Harris & Hewitt.) 

Hewitt, H. J. (See Braid wood &, Hewitt) 

Hewitt, .J. (See Madden & Dmlsworth, assignors) (Roissue.) 

Same (5^ Young, Hewitt & Moonoy.) 

Hewitt, J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sad and fluting iron (ReiHsue).. 

Same Smoothing and flutiug irou (Udssue).. 

Same Flutlng-iron ( Reissue) . . 

Same Smoothing and fluting irou ( Reissue) . . 

Hewitt, J., New York, N. Y. Sad-iron and crimping-shoe 

Same Sad and fluting ironl 

Hewitt, J., Albany, N. Y. Smoothing and fluting iron and holder 

Same ^ad-iron crimper 

Hewitt, J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sad-iron 

Same Sad and fluting iron 

Hewitt, T. B., Williamatown, N. J., assignor of one-half interest to J. F. Bodine. Tool for 

holding glass bottles 

Heyer, A., Philadelphia, Pa. Lounge 

Heylman, M. H., Oshkosh, Wis. Water-wheel 

Heymann, J., Boston, Mass. Desk-cover 

Heyse, A., Terre Haute, Ind. Knob-latch 

Heywood Brothers & Co. (See Heywood &. Horton, assignors.) 

Same (See Hejrwood, L., assignor.) 

Same (See Howe, M. V., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Same (See Teal, D. E., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Heywood, L., assignor to Heywood Brothers 6c Co., Gardner, Mass. Chair 

Heywood, L., assignor to self and E. T. Watkins. Gardner, Mass. Wliip-stock 

Heywood, L., assignor to Heywood Brothers & Co., Gardner, Mass. Cradle 

Heywood, L., ana E. E. Horton, assignors to Heywood Brothers & Co., Gardner, Mass. 
d hair-frame 



Heywood, S. L., Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for dressing hoops. 
Hiatt, N., Plum Hollow, Iowa. Eyelet for harness-traces 



Hibbard, G. E., Fond du Lac, Wis. Heating air and supplying boilers therewith 

Hibberd, 6., Wheeling, W. Va. Ejector 

Hibba, P., Knobnoster, Mo. Washing-machine 

Hickman, E., Red Blufl^Cal. Gate 

Hickman, F., Reading, Pa. Slate-cleaner 

Same Ham ess-loop 

Hickok, J. L. (See Terry C, assignor.) 

Hickok, W. O., Harrisburgh, Pa. Rulin«;-pen 

Hicks, C. D., Bowling Green, Ohio. Refrigerator and cooler 

Hicks, C. S. (See Palmberg, A. J., assignor.) 

Hicks, J. M., Summit, N. J. Tubular steam -generator 

Hicks, J. S., Roslyn, N. Y. Indexing-book 

Hicks, O. H., Baltimore, Md. Manufacturing matches 

Hicks, W. C, New York. N. Y. Sewing-machine (Extension) 

Hicks, W. C, Summit, N.J. Sewing-machine (Reissue). 

i-a» Same breech-loa<Uug fire-arm (Reissue) . 

Same steam-pumping engine 

Hicks, W. S., New Yora, N. Y. Pencil-case (Reissue) 

'.Hicld, T. (See Goldthorp & Hield.) 



Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

Oct 14,1873 
Aug. 5,1873 



May 

May 

Sept 

Fe\). 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Dec. 

July 

Apr. 



6,1873 

6, 1873 

9, 1873 

4, 1873 

2.3, 1873 

29, 1873 

30, 1873 

1, 1873 

22,1873 



Mar. 4, 18TJ 
July 22, 18r.J 
Pel). 4. 1873 
May 20, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 



Juno 17, 1873 
July 22, 1873 

Jan. 14.1873 
July 15, 1873 



Feb. 2.'>. 1873 
Due. 16, 1S73 

July 22, 1873 

May 20,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Juno 3, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
June 7, 1873 
July 29, 1873 



Mar. 4, 
Apr. 15, 
Apr. 15, 
June .3, 
Jan. 14, 
Jan. 21, 
Jan. 28, 
Feb. 4, 
Mar. 25, 
Apr. 1, 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 



Dec. 30, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Oct. 28, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 



Jan. 7, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 



May 

Oct 

Deo. 

July 
Dec. 
Doc. 
Feb. 
Dec. 



27, 1873 

28, 1873 

in, 1873 

29, 1873 
30, 1873 

2, 1873 
18, 1873 

9, 1873 



June 24, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 



Jan. 

Sept 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

Sept 

Oct 

Apr. 



14,1873 
23. 1873 
15. 1873 
12, 1873 
4, 1873 
9. 1873 
21, 1873 
29, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



I 

EG 



844 
484 

270 
127 



277 
143 
753 
994 
891 
63 
602 

144 

651 
144 
626 
694 



428 
735 

435 
517 



787 
554 

652 

628 
215 
278 
.55 
145 



919 



203 
657 
658 
186 
362 
568 
787 
146 
776 
148 

845 
341 
280 
608 
279 



to 



.38 

286 
569 



846 

665 

485 

950 

951 

60 

615 

2:w 

771 
210 

280 
668 
520 



205 

387 

409 

1,115 



C279 

>280 

158 

91 

4'J 



91 
46 
245 
313 
269 
22 
256 

46 
219 

46 
196 
227 



133 
243 

138 
174 



254 
182 

220 

196 
69 
91 
18 
46 



308 



67 
206 
206 

60 
115 
185 



it 



)0 



46 
256 

4S 

275 
114 

93 
201 

91 



12 

93 

185 



5 270 
{271 

219 
C155 
{l59 

309 

307 
19 

202 
80 



243 
71 

93 
230 



68 
130 
137 
352 



o 



4 

4 

4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 

3 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 

3 
4 



3 
4 



3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 



&4 



230 
648 

4U 
145 

497 
497 
276 
139 
682 
479 
704 
13 
456 

257 
90 
139 
571 
678 



666 
96 

54 

69 



227 
654 

90 

572 
642 
166 
613 
139 
(>08 
121 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



2(U 
435 
435 
624 
49 
81 
HI 
139 
337 
369 

700 
625 
620 
4.58 
166 



3 
3 
3 



3 
4 

4 

4 

4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 



10 
43 

81 



597 

463 

648 

121 
709 
5.90 
202 
617 

703 

406 

43 
3-29 
42.3 
356 
262 
285 
431 
489 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



83 



Alphabetical liai of patentees far the year 1873 — Continaed. 



No. 



Name, rosidence, and invention. 



142,230 
137, 202 
141,220 
138, IST) 
H2,3:J8 
143, 760 



134, 748 

134, 607 
137, 367 
139, 957 

137,368 
140.703 
146,072 
144,616 
5, 452 

5,453 



140, 135 
143,904 



134, 888 
144,028 
142, 911 

142, 913 
142,391 
138. 156 
141,350 
H.'i, 105 

142,850 
137,921 
140,826 
141,272 
142, 912 

144.541 



140,921 
142, 162 
141,558 

142, 568 

137, 076 
141.351 
139,714 
138,2.50 
145, 870 
144, 097 



144, 978 
141,273 

137, 203 
141,274 

137,369 
139,153 
139, 154 

141, 352 

142. 786 
135. 645 
134, 889 
135,988 
i:)5, 912 
137, 92^- 
140. 039 
136, 161 
144, 454 
140,368 
140, 369 
136,376 

1»7, 370 
135. 336 
145,502 

137, 446 



Hier, J. P. (See La Dii, D., assignor.) 

Hlera, J., assignor to self and J. J. Fox, "Wej^t Manaynnk, Pa. Car-conpling 

Hiestand. D., Pnglitown, Pa. Camage-jiick 

Higbee, E. W., Northampton, Mass. Trass 

Higgin, J., Manchester, England. Dyeing with aniline blaick 

Higgins, C. J., Indianapolis, Ind. Dissected map 

Same School-desk 

Higgins, E. (See Holtz, J., aasignor.) 
Higgins, F. (See Canis & Higgins.) 

Higgins, J. B., Boston, Mass. Shawl-strap 

Higgins, J. C. (See Brower & Higgins.) 

Higgins, J. C, Millstone, N. J. Manger for horses 

Higgins, L. J., Mount Desert, Me. Door-spring 

Higgins, S., assignor of one-half interest ot C. H. Bucknaui, Portland, Mo. Lounge and 

bedstead combined .<w^ 

Higgins, W. C, North Blandford, Mass. Basket 

Highfield, J., Centr«!ville, Ind. Dumping- wagon 

Hight, H. A., sr., Fort Wayne, Ind. Spring bed-botiom 

Highton, "NV., Maiden, Mass. Hot-air register 

Higley, A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Higley Car-Jonriial Company. Car-truck. 

(Reissue) 

Same Car axle-box (Reissue) . , 

Hit;ley Car-Jonrnal Company. (See Higley, A., assignor) (Ririssue.) 

Hilderbrann, W. H. (See Sievers, F., assignor.) 

Hildreth, H. A. (See Nonrse, L. S., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Hildreth, J. D., et al. (See Disney, M., assignor.) 

Hildreth, R. S., Laurens, N. Y. lleading-gage 

Hilgenreiner, A., New York, N. Y. Registering attachment lor printlng-proisea 

Hill. A. B. (See McHar^ & Hill.) 

Same (See White, H. J., assignor.) 

Hill, A.S., et al. (See Root, J. B., assignor) (Reissue.) 



Hill, D. C, Windham, Conn. Guidi'^ for winding-machines. 
Hill, I). H., South Chester, Pa. Billiardtablo leveler 



Hill, E. A., East Cambridge, Mass. Manufacture and vulcanization of rubber for ? 

making brush-backs, «fec 3 

Hill, E. A., Ea.st Cambridge, Mass. Brushmaohine 

Hill, E. B., and E. Van Valkenburg, Grand Rapids, Mich. Spring bed-bottom 

Hill, H., Cabin Creek, W. Va. Canal 

Hill, H. H., and G. M. Sargent, Moline, III. Car axle-box 

Hill, H. W., assignor of one-half interest to C. P. Housum, Decatur, III. Hog-tongs 

Hill, J., trustee. (See Knowlton, A., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Hill, J. H., Boone, Iowa. Washing-machine * 

Hill, J. W., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic grain-weigher 

Hill, J. W., Jerferson, Iowa. Weighing-attachment for wagons 

Same Combined brake and propelling mechanism for cat's 

Hill, J. W., assignor to self and C. Herchelrode, Dayton, Ohio. Machine for turning 

wheels 



Date. 



Hill, J. W., assignor of one-half intert^st to C. Herchelrode, Dayton, Ohio. Automatic 
grain-weigher , 

Hill, P. (See Weyand & Hill.) 

Hill, R. A., Chicago, 111. Machine for making stereotype molds 

Hill, S. D., Downieville, Cal. Candlestick '. '4. 

Hill» S. G., Muscatine, lows, assignor of one-half interest to P. Yore, Saint Louis, Mo. 
Means of elevating and depressing proi»ellers 

Hill, W.B., Battle Creek, Mich. Tool-handle 

Hill, W. G., et al. (See Samuels, J., assignor.) 

Hill,W.H., Fulton, N.Y. Bolt-cutter 

Hill, W. H., Worcester, Mass. Photography 

Hill, W. J., Fayetteville, Teftn. Peach-cutter 

Hill6, F., Brentford, England. Treatment of sewage 

Hille, F., Lyons, Iowa. Lamp extinguisher 

Hille. P., Union, N. J. Faucet .* 

Hillebrand, L., et al. (See Llebrich, C, assignor) (Reissu^.) 

HiUerick, J. F. (See Bell & Hillerick.) 

Hills, G. W., Dodge Centre, Minn. Circular harrow , 

Hills, H. C, assignor to self and W. •ohin, Plnckney, and G. Mills, Highland, Mich. 
Pruning-shears 

Hilton, C, Lockport, N. Y. Combined register and stove-pipe thimble 

Hilton, J., New York, N. Y. Disinfectant compound 

Hiltz, A. W. (See Scott & Hiltz.) 

Hincheer, H. A., Hustonville, Ky. Churn 



Hinchman, J. C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic time-printing machine. 
Same same 



Hinchman, J. C, Summit, N. J. Electro-magnetic date-time printer and stamp . 



Monthly 
volnme. 



Hinckley, E., San Francisco, Cal. Work-box 

Hinckley, E. L., Bath, Me. Steam-radiator 

Hinckley, G. A., Pit Hole, Pa. Mechanism for effecting rotarv motion for oil-well drills. 

Same Mechanism for operating and feeding oil-well drills 

Hinckley, J. B., Nacogdoches County, Texas. Cultivator 

Hinckley, J. D., Adrian, Mich. Driving gear for hand-cars 

Same Hand-car 

Hinden, M. J., assignor to C. B. Palmer, Detroit, Mich. Hatchway-guard 

Hinden, M. J., assignor to self and A. Freund, Detroit, Mich. Bux-opener 

Hindle, R. B., Saint Louis, Mo. Side-stick for printers* galleys 

Same Book-support ' '. 

Hindman. S. B.. assignor of one*half interest to Matthews Brothers, Richmond, Ind. 

Wheel for vehicles , 

Hinds, J., Hindsburgh, N. Y. Bean-harvester 

Hinds, R. Py Chicago, III. Counting- register 

Hinds, W. H. H., Ayer, Mass. Candlestick 

Hine, M. (See Pamiolee, L., assignor.) 

Hine, M., assignor to C. Corwles & Co., New Haven, Conn. Dash-rail for child's carriage 



Aug. 26. 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1673 
Sept. 2,1873 
Oct 21,19rJ 



Jan. 14,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Apr. 1,18TJ 

June 17, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
Jnly 8,1873 
Dec. 30, ISr.J 
Nov. 18, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Juno 17,187:* 



June 24, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Oct 28,1873 

Sept 16, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
Dec 2, I8rj 

Sept 16, 1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
July 15, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Aug. 5, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 

July 29, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
May 20, 1873 
May 20, 1873 

July 29, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 



Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

June 

Feb. 

Nov. 

July 

July 



14, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
15. 1873 
17, 1873 
25,1873 
11, 1873 
1,1873 
1, 1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

Apr. 1,1873 






762 
777 
826 
803 
14 
355 



240 

98 
80 

480 
81 
322 
9.'>2 
390 

620 
621 






251 
256 
270 



5 
118 



lb 

31 
26 

151 
26 
109 
307 
131 

105 
195 



Official 
Gazette. 



6.'.7 
477 



362 
609 

522 

524 

65 

804 

951 

61 

474 

585 
433 
876 

523 

320 

518 
705 

129 
229 

664 
952 
257 
917 
754 
666 



701 

876 

777 
877 

81 
629 
631 

953 

424 
247 
363 
555 
493 
586 
551 
724 
244 
28 
29 

24 
82 

788 
420 

149 



206 
161 



115 
201 
177 
178 
178 

21 
256 
309 

20 

161 
184 
147 
287 

178 

108 

174 
2:13 

40 
75 

220 



81 
289 
246 
219 



237 

287 
256 



o 



27 

C196 

J 197 

197 

(309 

<310 

(311 

143 

78 

116 

183 

159 

184 

174 

234 

83 

9 

10 

8 

27 

255 

138 

48 



4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 



3 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 



3 
4 



4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 
3 
4 
4 



4 
4 

4 
4 

3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 



\ 



4 
3 
4 

3 

;3 

3 



4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
5 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 






224 
337 
ill 
456 
243 
427 



40 

15 
363 

670 
363 
46 
709 
533 

682 
682 



693 
437 



49 
458 

307 

307 
247 
456 
121 
590 

303 

429 

63 

115 

,' 307 



516 

69 
219 

146 
272 

328 
121 
645 
473 
682 
463 



569 

115 
337 

115 

363 
572 
572 

121 

298 

159 

49 

197 

192 

429 

677 

222 

510 

10 

10 

247 
364 
111 
643 

369 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alp&abclical litl of palenleet for the year 1873 — Coiitinacil. 



nine.M., NewHBven, Conn. MacUino fnr thresdliiH bolts.... 
UIdm, a.}*,. WubingtoD, U.C. UuiUr-nrlotiDE mucliiuo.... 
Ilinn, B. K. (Ste Giblin. J., lulgnor.) 

Hinkel, S., Goodvtlle. P». Cl.JlbSB -pounaor 

lllukle, P., Ban Fraucl«i», CaL Hydraulic lioialinR-oppamtui 
HLuklojr, 6, M., Uilwaukw, Wii., DDd A. Itudgera, tiiuko^' 

niokley. H.V,™toii JanoUQnrwu,''Roil'iiiE-niin 
BJDiDiin, C, Aknm, Olila. Anlmalpoka 



Ulnman W. W.. assignor of part inIeresC to S. K Ilmiter and J. Glbba. Elkbart, ] 

Ihimpinr-plAtfonn ..-..,.- ,.,... 

Hlnmau. W. W., aanienot tu IV. T. Wvlle, Elkhart, III Drn jrIiI e-iMallnor 

HLniier8,E,H., Now York, N.Y. Cutter-boatl fur miildlng 

Ulnrlclti). e. F. A. ($«KlooinaDD, C. A., OMignor) (Kuiasiii- 

Rbdw ISte Suahlen. W.. aaiieDor.) 

ninwlalB, J. W., tt at iSei Underwood. J. B., Msigonr,) 

Hlngdill.H.U.. Grand Rapida, Mich. Memanmduiii-bDok 

Uinton, J. H., WsiDS County, Ohio. Liftiui-Jack 

HiiiMy,J.,a««igni.rt4)Nlcholl,Bi.[T&Co.,Peoria.lll. Sranl-niill 

Hlpklua, 8., Jr., aaalgiior of aoe-half intenAt M IL Iluatlicrlnxlua, Wheeling, \V. V 
Coal boring machine 



Hipkini. H., Jr.,a««l 
fa. Borlu2-blt. 
HipktM, S., Charle* 
HirouiW., and J. I 
"■ ■ n., Middle* 



LOT of unc-half luMre'sV'raR. 

Tn. Mana. Daah-lKiaTil bag 

M«nn. r.rlnuKli, luwa. Sewinq-nnahlne 
EacUiad. Construclian of ru 

H. L. Daguid, Syi 



in:ttoii,iluath Wiioi' 



4cpt. %>. IS 
July B,18 



Urt. ll.ltiM 



Monthlr [Official 
1 & 



Hirst, H, D. (S« Haor. D.. BDsiiiDDr.l 
Hisley, J. P.. BMiBnor of ODchalf inlor 
Hilcbcock, A., Kew York. N. Y. Dmwlne bnnnl, 
Hltchcook, v.. aaalgnoT to lolf and W.J. Clark. Mi 
Hitclicook. H. W..(( nl. (.V« Townsond, Q. W.,iiai 
Hltchcook, J.,tmstc«. (^h Perrine, A. T,. assign 

Same (Sei a-alpeT, J. A., aMlgnor.) 

Hitchcock, J., Sprinrield, Uawi. Sewer inlet-trar 
nitcbcock. M. T., SpringBeld, Mass. Car-\-enlllal 
Hitchcock, H., Walertown, N. Y. Lamp 



«, N.Y. ThllMioldoi 



le,C«iu. Coffue-i 



Hltchtni^a, C. F.. New York. K. Y. Boilor Bland and ho 
Same Boiler for warming hnllrilngn 

Hlto, J. B., Gujandotte, W. Va. Tan Dlng.coni pound .. 

Hitt, J, £.. Demenl.IU, Car-conpling 

Bittinger. M. (See RansoD. O. W., assignor.) 

Hoadley.J.C, Lawrence, Maw. (;heok-vnlvB 

Same I>ead. light for ateanihollera 



HoadleT, T.. Toulon, 111. Tfapee-korne equaliier 

Hoag.J.,8an Ramon Vallev.Cal. Windmill 

Hoxglaiid. A, A., and W. Mickel.Ooeants, N. Y. Mori 
" — W., Floyd, Iowa. Sjjring-hiLgo 



(£ulJaih,dG. 
Bobart. uiW.'.Loweii, 



Mass. Tbin.coitplhig. . . 
" "Irirtgepon. Conn. C 
..MHclilDefnrwindi 



i. Towkeabury, au.l J. B. Plu 



rtrldgo- loading machine. -.'---....- --.- 

._ . . Aing«iirlrldgo.»boll» with bullets 

□obbs. A. M.,Waehlngtou,D.C. Apparalna for cleaning piitles and duks 

Habbs. J„ Bella Ire, Ohio. Glass ilishes and nnpplm (Desimil. 

Uobba, J., aaslKDor to self and Belmont Gtsss-Works, Dellalre, Oblo. Goblet, &c 

Same Onblol, So '. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'..".'...'...'.'. iiio^'gD). 

Hohh«.J. H.,WbeftinK,W, Va. Glass goblet (Design). 

game Glnss^ieh SIDealgn).. 

Hoblie.T. v., Chicago, 111. Work-basket 

Hobeon.RG., HoulkmMles. Plow 

•" bottle. 



., New York. N.y. 8eTf.cloningteIegTaph.key.. 
Cooncy. (Set Coonoy, W.. awll-nor.) 
f, H,.lfrid, ■ " — =..-- -r. , , 



nodgo,C.A.,Kiioiville.TenD. Plslon-packlng .. 
HodgM, A. J,. Peoria, 111. HuTeater.dropp«r . , 
Hndgi'H £dgB.Trimmlneaad Setting Uschine Ai 

e.,Morri*lown.Toi "' ' " 

_. „ W., New York, aaslgm 

Hodtfca, J.W.,New YOTk,a«dgt 

Hud£es,F 



le Bayliss, Brov 



Masaillon. Ublo. 



Harwnj, Usy S 
iIIUis iDlerest to K Uaylie 



1. iSer Slalgai, S. II., aiwlt-uor.l 
V,'n. yVsioam-lVii 



(See Maloy, J. W,, asstgoor.) 
el al. I&e Maloy, J. W?. assignor.) 

- "'le Hodges Edge-Trimmi 



noo,ll.M., Nei 



I, Tean. Organ froo-rvod 

, T. H., assignor.) 

Y. Feediue paper to nrintinc-presscs 

N. r. Machine for printlug railway and other 



Jan. rin.l 
SeVt. a,'lB7J 


IS 


il 




Jan. U.1ST3 


^ 


^'Vi 




Jniy i,ibt:i 

rfiaim 
De* a,im 


as 
am 


no 




Uec, ifiiwia 


5M 


no 





Apr. 1. I§T! 


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,!! 




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J^ol^'l^J 








Fob. 1,1873 


HJ 


« 




Jan. 7, 873 




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Sept a, irt» 




ill 





!l, 1NI9 



Mar. IS, im-J 



i 


!B7 


3 

1; 


















751 
SKI 





UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



85 



Alphaheiical list of patentees for the year 1873--Continued. 



No. 



Name, reaidenco, and invention. 



H3, a?'. 
i:j5.9l4 
141,876 

142,393 
143, 825 

140, 503 

14.'), 177 
134. 989 
1:J.% 274 
137,841 
137, 923 
142, 104 
138,563 
6,357 
144, 979 

136,722 
136, 0-W 
141,930 

142. 787 



138,089 



145,946 
i:w, OUO 



135, 118 
143,982 

136, 7-23 

137, 842 
142, 629 

136,997 

5,317 
5,318 

6,9.'56 
135,915 
14.3,346 
140,042 
139, 388 



140, 627 
1:J8, 650 
14-2,232 
144,764 

145, 947 
143, 347 

J 44, .542 
143,011 



1.15, 989 
142,696 



141,003 
139. 674 

142. 697 
141,053 
142, 331» 

143, 348 

141,506 



5,343 
142,233 

142,018 

139,789 
135,806 



Iloff, E. C, et aL {See Spencer, J. C, nsaignor.) 

HortJiRer, P. J.. Pluladelpliia, Pa. Clock aiid watch key 

Ilotlman, A. D., aAsignor of onc-balf iuterost to N. Kriedman, Chicago, 111. " Doorspnng 
Hoflman, A. D., aasif^uor by mesne assignment of part iutervst to N. Friedman and A. 

Liebeustoin. Chicago, 111. Combination-lock 

Hoffman, J., Toledo. Ohio. Corpse-cooler 

Hoffman, J., Bel videre. X. J. Saletyvalvo 

Hoffman, N. {See Ellis, Hoffman «fc Lee ) 

Hottmann, J., AVat^^rbnry, Conn. Automatic rope-skipper , 

Hoffinark, B. {See Schpakowsky, A., assignor.) 

Hoffmeyer, A. B.. and J. Schmidt, Coi>enhagon, Denmark. Ilotary plow 

Hoffmii-e. J, E.. New Brunswick, N. J. Velocipede 

Hofnmnn, M.. Darlington, Wis. Extension -tjiblo 

Hofstatter, A. G., New York, N. Y. Door bolt 

Hofstatter, D. F., and W. H. Shaw, New London, Ohio. Swage for forndng horseshoes . . . 

Hogan, J., South Boston, Mass. Car-axle box -•• . • 

Hoge, T., ^Va8hington, D. C. Blast-governor for grain-separator 

Ht)gg, AV. J., assignor to W. Hogg. Jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Carpet (Design) . . 

Hoggson, S. J., assignor to American Enamel Decorating Company, Now Haven, Conn. 



Date. 



'^ Apparatus for printing upon and decorating enameled surfaces 

Hoguo, S. C, Oskaloosa, Iowa, (^mposite-rooting 

Hohorst, F., New York, N. Y. Sling for raising animals 



Sept 30, 1873 
Feb. 18,lbTJ 

Ang. 19, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 
Oct 21,1873 

July 1,1873 



Dec 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Aug. 

May 

Jan. 



2,18TJ 
21, 187:} 
28, 1873 
1."), 1873 
1.5, 1873 
26,1873 

6, 1873 
21, lb73 



Holbrook, A., Providence. R. I. Mallet 
Holbrook, H. H. {See Walker fc Holbrook.) 

Holbrook, O. R., Stafford ville. Conn. Cloth-measuring device 

Holcorab, A. P. {See Huntley <fe Holcomb.) • 

Holcomb, A. P., et al. {See Huntley, W. W., assignor.) 

Holdani, W. H., Crab Orchard, Ky. Chum 

llolden, E., et aL {See Lones, Vernon & Holden.) 
Holden, L. L., et al. {See Rogers, E. F., assignor.) 
Holden, S. B., et al. {See Rogers, E. F.. assignor.) 

HoUlerman, L.. New Paris, Ind. "Washing-machine 

Holdsworth, S., Maspeth, assignor to self and J. Black, Broi»klyu, N. Y. Loom for | 

weaving w*ire ' 

Holihan. T. (5ec Neville. J., assignor.) 
Holland, A. C. {See Holleu &, Holland.) 
Holland, C. {See Frear, G. A., assic;nor.) 

Holland, J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Writing-pen 

Holland, W. {See Cox &, Holland.) 

Hollely. J., Brooklyn, assignor ot one-half interest to H. E. Towle, New York, N. Y. 

Automatic fastening for sashes, <fcc 

Holleuback, A. J., North Bangor, N. Y. Couibined latch and lock 

Hollen, F., and A. C. Holland. Marion, 111. Corn sheller 

Hollenweger, F. J., New Rochelle, assignor to self, J. Martin, and C. F. Spaulding, 

New York, N. Y. Rotary engine 

Holler, B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Camera-stand 

Holley, A. L. {See Moore, George Sc Holley.) 

Holley, A- L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stopper for ingot-molds (Reissue) . . 

Same Ingot-mold (Reissue) . . 

Holley, M.Y. (Se« Wright, Holley & Miles.) 

Hollis, J. O., Boston, Mass. Doorknob (Design).. 

HoUis, S. P., and H. B. Chess, Pittsburgh, Pa. "Machine for cutting nails 

Hollingsworth, J., New York, N. Y. Mlddlings-nuritier 

Holliug8Worth,R. J., assignor to L. McMuiTay, Baltimore, Md. Soldf^ing-tool 

Hollister, J. F.. Piano, 111. Machine for cutting and punching leather straps 

HoUmann, G. H. {Se-e Nicoll & Hollmann.) 
Hollowav, E. S. {See Fawcctt, E. W., assignor.) 

Holloway, W., Buffalo, N. Y. Button-fastening 

Hollev. E. P., Lockport, N. Y. Fluting-machine 

Holly' H. W ., Brookl vn. N. Y. Canvas-stretcher 

Holly, H. W., Brooklyn, assignor to L. A. Jocelyn, Yonkers, N. Y. Rubber for slates 

and blackboards 

Holl3% J. H., and J. F. Robertson, W^nrwick, N. Y. Pitman 

Holman, D. S.. Philatlelphia, Pa. Marking-pen 

Holman, G., et cU. {See Enos, J. A., a.ssignor.) 

Holman, H. W., Waterloo, Iowa. Driedftuit loosener 

Holman, J. F. L., assignor of one-half interest to E. Henwood, Hamilton, Canada. Car- 

coui>ling 

Holmes, A. M. (.SV^ Hopkins, H. L., assignor.) 
Holmes, B. {See Holmes, E. and B.) 

Holmes, B., tff a!. {Se^ Wilde, H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Holmes, B., New York, N. Y". Bed Iwttom 

Holmes, (3. P., Havana, N. Y. Rotary pump 

Holmes, E. {See Co wles. E., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Holmes, E.,«( al. {See Wilde, H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Holmes, E. and B., Buffalo, N. Y. Machine for jointing staves 

Holmes, E.S., Grand Rapids, Mich. Cap setting and extracting device 

Holmes. F. M., Boston, Mass. Clamp 

Holmes, F. P., North Bridgewat«*r, Maes. Game-board 

Holmes, H. A., Epsom, N. H. Machine for sawing clapboards 

Holmes. J., Evanston, III., assizor of one-half interest to G. Walker, Salt Lake, Utah. 

Coupling for gas and water pipes 

Holmes, J. A ., Philadelphia, Pa. Casting steel ingots 

Holmes, J. F. {See Jones J., assignor.) 
Holmes, J. H. {See Bull, J. D.. assignor.) 
Holmes, J. H. {See Perkins, R. W., assignor.) 

Same same (Design.) 

Holmes, IC W., Winona, Minn., and A. Albright, Newark, N. J., said Holmes assignor to 

said Albright. Coating wood with rubber, gut ta-percha. Arc (Reuisue) . . 

Holmes, N. L., assignor of one-half interest to C. U. De Groat, Fond da Lac, Wis. Skein 

and box for vehicle wheels 

Holmes, S., Phihidclphla, Pa. Machine for bending and twisting metal bars 

Holmes, S., and W. M. Bowron, Philadelphia, Pa. Iron-ship building 

Holmes, T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Carbureting-apparatus 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 

Dec 30.1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 



Oct 28,1873 
Mar. 11,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Mar. 11, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 

Oct 14,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
May 27, 1873 



July 8,1873 
May 6, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Nov. 18. 1873 
Dec. 30,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 

Sept 23, 1873 



Feb. 18. 1873 
Sept 9,1873 



July 22,1873 
Juno 10, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 
July 22, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 



Apr. 1, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 

Aug. 19, 18ft 

Juno 10, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Monthly 
volnme. 




• 

Q 

290 
160 


843 
495 


441 

65 
410 


144 

22 

137 


138 


47 


131 
462 
731 
520 
.587 
659 
87 


43 
148 
235 
162 
185 
216 

28 


702 
337 
616 
485 


237 

202 
160 


424 


143 


752 


238 


846 


275 


753 


238 


569 


185 


567 
337 
521 


188 
112 
162 


277 
579 


91 
193 


406 
407 


1.34 
135 


495 
90:) 
553 

848 


161 
307 
175 
271 


259 
160 
765 


88 

52 

S51 


514 

847 
905 


174 
275 
307 


321 


109 


614 


209 


556 
334 


184 
112 


612 
215 
335 
652 
15 


207 

70 

112 

220 

6 


905 

85 


308 
27 


226 




706 

S57 

330 
393 


251 
5184 

102 
126 



Official 
Gazette. 



o 



4 
3 

4 
4 
4 



4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 

4 

3 
3 
4 



4 

3 



4 
3 
3 

4 

3 

3 
3 

4 

3 
4 
3 
3 



4 
3 
4 

4 
4 

4 



3 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 
4 

4 
4 



o 



360 
192 

188 
247 
432 

19 

59C 
72 
106 
4-23 
429 
215 
504 
70 

r69 
281 
202 
191 

298 



452 

700 
452 

81 



455 
281 
4-23 

276 
310 

287 
287 

401 
192 
364 
677 
.507 



41 

510 
224 

543 
700 
364 

516 

325 



197 
281 



86 
642 
281 

90 
243 

364 
142 



4 

4 

3 
3 



375 

324 

197 

651 
170 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
AtphabcHcal lUl of paUnttet/or (lie j«or 1873 — Continuod. 



Name, residence, aud invc 



134.090 



Hollu». T. J., Uuldcn. Mawi, Rliirt button oi 
Holmeii, W, {Sir Cranilali. J. W., BMienor.) 
HoJniyd.J.,Wubliiguni,U.(;, BnokniuidO' 
HoIhv, J. H..1Iutl«r, Gb. lIlBatiDE-plng. ... .' 
Uolt, b. L., and J. C. Manbiill. BHiKiion to I 

I)Te«cti-liudliiK Are^rm 

G.R (S« Hawkins. J, T.,iiiulKiiar.t 



ir laoklo-Wocka 

k 'i'. X' BuVkl'and,' Sprinefaelii' Mwvi! 



Uolt. a. iSre Gonld, J. H.. aMlsnoT.) 

Holt E.. Bnwklvn. N. V., awTKaut by means aHslirninant to Soconilw Uwinrjctiirlaic 

Conpuy. Now York. K. Y. HanU-Htanip (RuiMne). 

noil.ri.J., Hovoll, and J.L«clLr>elloit.Miob. Clamp 

Holle, A. K., ChfOBKo. lU. Firo-proof building 

JIoltOD, U. O., iMlgiwr of ono'haU iDterent to a Gnwn, Umheater, N. Y. Flsli-npawn 



hatchc 

Bolum, S.. UiddlebnrT, Vt. AddraiHlogmacbiiio 

Holti, L'., axBlEnor M 1. H. Vorabrock. S»\M Loaln. Mn. Kalf-rooklni,' cradlo . 
Holti. J.,AaBlgnoror Dne.bair InU-root to E. UlKglno, Balllmani, M.l. Uaub. 
Holier, E. It. ISa Holier, J. ^ K K.) 

nolnr.J. 4,E.lt..Pbilridelphiii,P«. Settoo 

J.K, Almonto.Cjinailft. rnttora for pipo^'lbowB 



Alliwii 

Hood, C., Sen eu Falls, N. Y, Cwking-npparalnK.... 
Hood.O.i:. (&« EiddoT & HooiD 

Same ...{Sa Kidder, J. H., aulgnor.) 
Hood, H. C, (f aj. ISee Alien, C. L.. luuilcinor,) 
Uooil, U. P., Indianapolis. Ind. Waalior tor nnt-futf 
Hood, II. P.. Indiaoipollii, Ind.. anil W. Coomlw, llanc 
,.__j ^ n __.■ , ... •--■'^-iteresltoN. B, Ci 



13,030 Hood, ILF.,«Migi 



130,310 

141.153 

115. T35 
13H.0U 



Rood, J. H., DanivlllB. N. T. Rooflng .. 

H00d,J.' -•-' '"--»"— --I ' -"i— 

Hood, '1'. 

MofdforciUCinK eteD 
nooper, C. A.. Had Fiai 
Hooper. K, Dal CI more. 
Hooper, W. TieonilBrnj. ,_ 
Uoopar. W. K. ^ i^na. (;<«! Mllnl^ail, 
UoDiior, W.T. IS« Uaaterman & Hoot 
II oosier Drill CompaoT. (S«InEelH& 
i; . ';„t(ot (S« aayes. J.R., a 

Mm I , I'liiladolpbia. PL.ajidlgni 



cr,and W.A-Sliaw. Nuw York, N. Y. 
>o[ oigar-boxos f^D redwood 






« S,I.Tbur»by. I 



OBklyn. N, V. 



WicWui.KaB8, ProjeoOle 

|r.. Phlladalnhla. Pa. Uooklng-ranse 

li Dickinson ManufactiirlDK Company. (Ax Collins, J..aHslgiiDt.) 

II., I.vndoDTllle. VI. Cylinder'Cuck for locomoUrea. JCc 

A., JeinoyClrt,_N.J. AttaebniBnt li.oarjilo boios 

R.. Nowark. NT J., aasliinorDf three.fOurthl Interest toN. P. TlitoadWQll, Now 



nating-)tH 

n, N. Y. Claa-regnlator To 



lo-balf li: 



I.M. Holmes, Murrt»»llle,N.r, Safut; 



P. H., Broc 



Liiimfll.poko .-...,.- .,, 

ooklva.N. Y. MacblDe for outtinj. nibbiHK and drllllos atone. .. 

.. , ..lii^ L.1>.,Mllrnrd, Kaus. Sowvr. planter, and cultivator 

Hopkins, W. (:$« Picking & Itopklns.) 

Hopkins, W. A, ilal. (Sm MoGregor & Vail, amignors) (Hoi. 

'1<>L>\|[|.4,W. P.. Lawrence. Maaa, Gear^uttluE atuobnsnt to laCbus 

I..|,l.. .i.ii.. IL.KansasCilv.Mo. Broeob-loadlngfli-o-arm 

I.')'].iii-. i: C. assignor of one-balf IntiTegt to S.A.KIS. Maiiisgn. N,J. Mocbauioal 

lopping. E.C..Madimn.N. J.'' MVwinR.iiia(!hlBe'''.;i;iV.'.'.l".l!!ll'.ll'.ll"'.;;." !!;;!!"'. 
iop»on.G..IlTldgeporl,Conn. Maunfacture of spring-heada (Raiuue). 

Saine---...CaTrlago.spring- ^ 

loran. H., Hentark, N. J., aaaignor to Hartford Carpet Company. Hartfonl, Coun. Carpel. 
{Deslfio) 

Same Carpet (Deaien)- 



..(Peaigp). 
..(Design). 



f. J., assignor to Hartford Carpi 



, , ,.,. , ,__y. Hartrord.Cunn, 

Carpet (Design). 

(Design). 

(Design), 

(Design). 

(DosiKn). 

, (Deal go). 

(Deaign). 

(Design). 



Montlity ; omrlal 



Juno 10, III 

Deo. 16,18 

June 3, IH 
Sept. 93, inn 



Apr. a^isn ., 
Apr. sa.ie" 

Apr. a* IS 



Doc. 0.1873 .. 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



87 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



Name, realdenco, and inventiou. 



7,060 


7.061 
142. 105 
144, 202 
141,439 
139, 391 
144,980 
142, 163 


144, 100 


144,074 

6, 521 

139, 715 

135, 807 



136, 436 



138,251 

ir.,275 

143, i:i5 

138, 158 

139, KM 
145, 060 

144, 847 



144.455 
145,569 
136. 917 
136,918 
144,203 
136.599 
I3fl, 020 
13-', 0,»7 
143.213 
1 45, 570 



137, 306 

141,223 

141,224 
141.715 
143,905 
143,510 
135, 916 

135,917 
135, :«7 
142, 466 



140, 922 

139, 792 
137, 844 

135, 710 

144, 905 

136. 725 
136, 919 

140. 043 
. 5, 306 

5,336 

142.395 
139, 392 

136,060 
143,411 
136, 726 
135. 338 
139,314 
5,402 

141,221 



Horan, II., Ea«t Orango, N. J., assignor to Hartford Carpet Company, Hartfonl, Conn. 

Carpet ( Dosign) . 

Sarae same ( Design) . 

riorne, A. A., Moaut Morris, N. Y. Ac^ustable stay-spring for vehicles 

Horney S., Kichmond, lud. Scraper .' 

llorufager. W. C, and M. Fitz Gibljons, New York, N. Y. Oyster-dredge 

llorr. O. W'., Cliico|)ee Falls, Mass. Toy pistol 

Horton, C. B., Waterloo, N. Y. Grain-scourer 

Uortou, E.. Windsor Locks, Conn. Chuck 



HoHkin, K., assignor to C, M. BaiU>y, New York, N. Y. Cari>et (Design). 



Same Screw-tlircading machine 

Horton, E. E. (See Hoy wood & Horton) 

Ilorkm, J. {See Jewett, G. H., assignor.) 
Horton, J. M. {See Cliapman, E. C, assignor.) 
Horton, P. B., San Francisco, Cal. I51ackDoard-rul»ber 

U>y, New York, N. Y. Carnet.. 
Hoskins, W. J., and A. I). Kowe, E-sox, N. Y. Kelishor ana we 
Hoskins, W. T.. Livia, Ky. Ditching-machine 
Hosnier, F. fl. {See Kelsey &. Uosnior.) 
Hosiner, J. A. {i*ee Kolsev & Hosiuer.) 

Hosnier, T., Sandusk v, Onio. Life -preserving float 

Hot«hki.ss, B.. New Haven. Conn. Trip-banimer (Extension) 

Hotehkiss, E. H. (-See Gladney, II., assignor.) 

Hotchki.HS, J., and I*. N. "Woliston, Springfleld, Ohio. Brick-machine 



I'cdgc-cutter 



Hotchkisa, T., Stratford, Conn. Paper-bag macliino 

Hothersall, J.. New York, N. Y. Carpet-beater 

Houck, G. I)., Spilnglield, Ohio. Corn-planter 

HoMck, G. ()., and C. E. Saw3-er, SpringHeld, Ohio. Brick-niacbino 

Hough, E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Macldne for heading hair 

Hough, J. {See Swickard, J. W., assignor.) 

Hough. W. S., Gait, assignor to self and S. Cornell, Widdor Station, Canada. Boe-hi vo 

Houghtaling, W. {See George & Houghtaling.) 
Houghton, C. {See Wightman, J. C. asnignor.) 

Houghton, W., Great Grimsby, England, (rrain-cleaner 

Houidiug, T., Ipswich, Mass. Spinning-mule 

Houpt, J., Springtown, Pa. Condcnsiog-apparatas for 8te<ini-cngines 

Same Jet condenser for 8t<^ani-engines 

Sanui Coudensing-apparatus for marine steam-engines 

House, H. A ., Bridgeport, Conn. Garter 

Same Bundling kindling woml and other substanci^s 

i^iiuw Maciiine for bundling kindling wood and other substances 

Same Wood-compre.sser 

House, J. A., assignor to Wheeler and Wilson Manufacturing Company, Bridgepjrt, ) 

Conn. Sewiug-niachino - S 

House, .T. E. {See Cougdon &. House.) 

Hous«\ M. W., assignor to the Cleveland Non-oxplosivo Lamp Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Shade-hohier : 

House, M. W., Cleveland, Ohio. Shade-holder for lamps 

Same Can for oils and other liiiuids 

House. P. C, West Kandolnh, Vt, Wheel for vehicles 

House, W.. Aurora, Ind. Com-planter 

Houscr, S. R.. Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Machine for punching and shearing 

Houston, E. J., Naeoocliee, Ga. Flooring-tongs 

Houst<m, E. J., assignor of one-half interest to E. T. Starr, Nacoochee, Gji. Mortising- 

machine 

Houston, L., Smitliville, N.J. Morti.sing-machiuc 

Housnm, C. P. {See Hill. H. W., assignor.) 

Houts, A., deceased, by E. Houts, administrator, Salona, Pa. Railwjiygato 

Houts. E., administrator. {See Houts, A.) 
How, M. {See Bond, H., assignor.) 

How, W. S., Cincinnati, Ohio. Toy-catapnlts 

Howard, A. et al. {See Culmer, J. W.. assignor.) 

Howard, B., assignor to self and T. Watkins, Saint Clair, Pa. Fire and burglar-proof safe. 

Howard, A. F., assignor to Z. Parmeuter and A. H. Walker, Waltham, Mas.s. Crayon- 
holder 

Howard, C. (See Howard. L. & C.) 

Howard, (3., New York. N. Y. Paddle-mechanism for boat 

Howard, C. & Co. {See Brooks, J., assignor.) 

Howard, C. A., Pontiac, Mich. Nut-lock 

Howard, C. C, Lowndesborough, Ala. Cotton-press 

Howard, C. H., Batavia, N. Y. Composition sidewalk 

Howard, C. L., et al. (See Milroy, J. W., assignor.) 

Howard, 1). S., Drury's Blutt", Va. Combined roller and irrigator 

Howard, E., Flushing, and W. H. Jaclisim, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors by mesne assign- ) 

ment to H. E. Towimend, C. P. Brigham, and G. W. Simmons, Boston, > 

Ma.ss. Sowing-machine for work ine button-holes (Reissue) ) 

Same Sewing-machine for making button-holes (Reissue) . . 

Howard, E. I. {See Tesseyman 6c Howard.) 

Howard, F. E., Geneseo, 2*}^. Y. Car-coupling 

Howard, G. C, and J. Dainty, deceased, by A. J. Dainty, administratrix, assignors to G. 
C. Howard, Philadelphia, Pa. Plate-printing press , 

Howard, J. L., Hartford, Conn. Spittoon 

S:ime Railwav-car lamp 

Howard, J. AY,, Greenville, Ala. Subsoil-plow 

Howard, L. &. C., Watkins, N. Y. Machines for twisting oakum 

Howard, M, B., Ellsworth, Nev. Apparatus for separating quicksilver from amalgam ., 

Howard, O. B., Decring, assignor of one-half intorest.to O. P. Shepherd, Portland, Me. 
Razor-strop ', (Reissue) . . 

Howard, O. S., assignor to self and Henckley and Egery Iron Company, Bangor, Me. 



Date. 



Dec. 

Doc. 

Ang. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 

Aug. 



16, 1873 
16. 1873 
26, 1873 
4,1873 
.5, 1873 
27, 1873 
25, 1873 
26, 1873 



Oct 28,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 



Nov. 18,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Mar. 4,1 -'73 
Juno 14, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 

Jan. 28,1873 

Sept. 23, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 



Nov. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Sept. 

Dec. 



11, 1873 
16,1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
4, 1873 
11,1873 
82, 1873 
22. 1873 
30, 1873 

16, 1873 



Device for centering x)iston-heads 



Apr. 1, 1873 
July 29,1873 
July 29, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Oct. 21, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 

Sept. 2,1873 



July 15, 1873 

June 10, 1873 

Apr. 15,1873 

Feb. 11,1873 

Nov. 2.5, 1873 
Mar. II. 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Juno 17, 1873 

Mar. 4, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1673 

Sept. 2.1873 

^lay 27, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
CK't 7. 1873 
Mar. 11. 1873 
Jan. 28. 1873 
May 27, 1873 

May 13, 1873 

July 29, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



CA 



059 
27 
26 
852 
703 
706 

668 

38 

4.38 



2,')8 
393 



72 



919 

732 

727 

806 
4.30 

18 

598 



245 
485 
511 
513 
28 
234 
692 
695 
809 

486 



23 

828 
829 
2H) 
478 
94 
497 

497 

789 

130 



519 

331 

522 

305 

641 
339 
514 

554 

208 

846 

67 

853 
616 
12 
340 
791 
787 

455 

827 






216 

8 

8 

273 

237 

233 

C220 

)22i 

12 



148 



81 
127 



25 



^289 

J290 

(235 

)236 

250 

257 

134 

7 

203 



83 
159 
169 
169 
e.9 

79 
219 
220 
278 
159 
160 



7 
271 
271 

91 
161 

3:{ 
161 

161 
255 

42 



5174 
\ 175 

103 

163 

96 

218 
112 



I 



Ofiicial 
Gazette. 



175 

68 
69 

278 

22 

273 
202 
4 
112 
256 
S51 

143 

270 






4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

4 

3 



4 

3 
3 
3 



3 
3 



4 

3 
3 
4 



4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 

\< 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 



I* 

3 

3 

3 

4 
3 
3 



1^ 



o 

eS 
P4 



641 
641 
215 
480 
137 
598 
569 
219 

463 

10 



537 
325 
645 
170 



251 
640 

4rj 

106 

334 
456 
606 

587 

560 



510 
648 
304 
304 
480 
273 
447 
447 
356 

619 



359 
til 
111 
166 
437 
388 
192 

192 
111 

252 



70 

651 

424 

164 

564 
281 
305 



3 


677 


3 


262 


3 


342 


4 


247 


3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 


598 
202 
382 
281 
111 
592 


3 


545 


4 


111 



88 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continueil. 



No. 



5, 240 
137,550 

137,204 
134, 671 
141.222 
13(i, 727 

115,802 

5,419 



143, 763 

136,920 
1J7, 661 

5, 414 
142,569 



135,429 

145, 873 

134, 602 
l.W, 155 
144, 456 



135, 554 
136. 999 
138, 159 
142, 234 



135, 430 

7.071 

1.38. 564 

I i 4, 675 

141,507 

135, tJOy 
144.906 

136, 517 

140. 197 
14ti, 78b 

6,760 



140, 827 
141,225 
135,555 
134,672 
138. 401 

130,728 
143,013 



135, 809 



6,977 
6, 978 

143, 412 

144,848 
137,205 
141,054 

145,420 
145, 1(K3 
141,275 
136, (iOO 

135. 037 

135. 038 

134, 603 
139. 315 

135, 556 
5,520 

145, 107 
137,551 



Name, residence, and invoDtion. 



Howanl, W. T., Baltimore, Md., asaijrnor to 11. G. Lciaenrinp. Broiler (Keissne) . . 

Howarti, W. T., Baltimore, Md. Maohiue for raisiug oy.ster-dred{;f8 

Howarth. F. A. {See Fox & Howarth.) 

HowdoD, R, J., Cinciunati, Oliio. Casting bottoms on shcci-metal vcssols 

Howe, G. W., Viueland, N. J. Separator for thraabing-maeliiiies 

Same Koversible plow 

Howe, J., Milford, Maaa., assignor to the Shoe-Machinery Manufacturing Conipany.Conn. 
Cylinder for sole-bufting machines » 

Howe, L., Oshtemo, Mich. Construction of cisterns 

Howe, M. G., et at. (See Kichardson, J. D., assignor.) 

Howe, M. v., aaaiffnor to Hey wooil Brothers & Co., Gardner, Mass. Tilting-chair. .(Re- I 
issue) 5 

Howe, R., and Company. {See Chaput, L. G., assignor.) 

Howe, T., Cambridgeport, Mass. Bedstead-slat. . . (Extension) . . 

Howe, W. B., Troy. N. Y. Car axle-box 

Howe, W. H. I. '{See Wright. J. "\V., assignor.) 

Howe W. H. I., New York, N. Y. S4»aled c^in 

Howell, C. n., assignor of one-half interest to H. 1). Howell, Middlctown, Del. Jump- 
seat for wagons 

Howell, E., Ashtabnla, Ohio. Hemnicr for sewing-machines (lleissue) . . 



Date. 



Howell, G. W., Covington, Ky. Cut-oft* for cisterns 
Howell, H. D? {See Howell. C. H., 



«") • 



^. ^.^v- ^.,„^..j ^. .-., assignor.) 
Howell, J. {See Mayel & Howell.) 
Howell, J. M. (iSctfTadlock. J. S., assignor.) 
Howell, T. P. {See Oliver, C. P., as-signor.) 
Howes, C. F., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to self and K. W. Howes, Boston, Mass. Tel 

egraph-pole 

Howes, F. M., Somerville, Mass. Means for chocking and securing boats 

Howes, R. W. {See Howes. C. F., assignor.) 

Howitt, E. A., White Water, Wis. Chromatic printing-press attachment 

Same Inking attachment for chromatic printing 

Howland, E., Hammonton, N. J. Winepress 

Howland, G. {See Falser &c Howland) (Disclaimer.) 

Same same (Ext(;nsion.) 

Howland, G., Bninswick, N. Y, Coal-scuttle 

Same Combined slop-pail and commode 

Same Water-proof plastic cement for roofing 

Howland, H. C, and T. L. Moore. Oxford, N. Y. Hay -loader 

Hewlett, F. {SeJt Clayton & Hewlett.) 
Howsley, B., et al. {See Brown, W. F., assignor.) 

Howson, II.. assignor to S. B. Rowley, Philadelphia, Pa. Fruit-jar 

Hoyer. R., New York, N. Y. HarneHstrimniiug (Desi 

Hoyland, W., Newcastle, Pa. Reverberatory furnace 

Same Fire-place 

Hoysradt, J. W., et at. {See Harris, S. AY., assignor) ( Reissue.) 

IIo>t, A. S., Winona, Minn. Grain-bindrr 

Hoy t. E., Stamford. Conn. Washing-machine 

Same Bed-bottom 

Hoyt, F. A., assignor of two-thirds interest to G. A. Little and Dean, Smith Sc Co., I^a 

Crosse. Wis. Machine fiir dressing mill-stonus '. 

Hoyt, F. T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Pantaloon 

Hojy t, H. I., Norwafk, Conn. Valve for steam-engines 

Hoyt, J. {Sec Kirby, S. R., assignor.) 

Hoyt, J. W., Springfield, Mass. Rail way station (Design) . 

Hoyt, R. E. {See Leonanl, J. D., assignoV.) 
Hoyt, W. R. {See Cotfin, F. E., assignor.) 

Hnard, D., Ashland, Wis. Last-block fastener 

Hubbard, C. W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Saw-buckle 

Hubbard, E. C, Green Bay, Wis. Propeller for vessels 

Hubbard, E. R., assignor to self and G. Farr, "Hew York, N. Y. Brick-machine 

Hubbard, F.. and E. B. Severance, assignors to the Merriam Manufacturing Company, 

Durham, Conn. Toy 

Hubbard, G. M., assignor to W. and E. T. Fitch, New Haven, Conu. Snap-hook 

Hubbard, G. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Elevator 

Hubbard, J. H. {See Daniels & Hubbard.) 

Hubbard, M. G. {See Cixwk, C, assignor) (Reissue.) 

Hubbard, M. G., Syracuse, N. Y. liarvesting-machiuo (Extension). 

Same Metallic washer 

Hubbard, N. {See Loretz, A. J. L., assignor.) 

Hubbell, A. F., et aX. {See Burt, J., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Hubbell, A. S. {See Hubbell. H. S. and A. S) (Design.) 

Hubbell. H. S. and A.S., Buffalo, N. Y. Stove (Design). 

Same same (Design). 

Hubbell, J. H. (See Heidt, A. P., assignor.) 

Hubbell, N. (>., assignor to J. Johnson, A. Whitney, Hartford, and A. Corbau, Plainville, 

Conn. Machine for making metal screws 

Hubl>ell, T. K., and G. H. Gregory, Wilton, Conn. Self-closing railway -switch 

Hubbell, W. L., Brooklyn, N. Y. 'Sad-iron 

Same same 

Hubbs, J. A. {See Parker, J., assignor.) 

Hul)er, B., Boston, Mass. Lithographic-press 

Huber, G. W., and A. E. Flick Inger, Worwalk, Ohio. Bench-plane , 

Huber, S., Danville, Pa. Railway-rail chair 

Hnbing. C., Philadelphia, Pa. AVater an<l "beer cooler , 

Uiibler. R., New York, N. Y. Machine for turning wooden heels 



Jan. 21, 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 

Mar. 25. 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

Mar. 11,1873 
Dec. 23. 1873 

May 20, 1873 

Sept. 27, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Apr. 8,1873 
May 20. 1873 
Sept. 9,1873 



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Dec, 23, 1873 

.Jan. 7,1873 
May 20. 1.^73 
Nov, 11,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Mar- 18. 1873 
Apr. 22, IH73 
Aug. 26, 1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
May 6. 1873 
Nov. 18,1873 

Aug. 5,1873 
Feb. 11. 1H73 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Mar. 4. I8r< 
June 24. Is73 
Sept 16, 1873 

July 8, 18rJ 



July 15,1873 
July 2<J, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 



May 10, 1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 



Nov. 4,1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 



Oct 7, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 2.'>, 1873 
July 22, 1873 



Same Machine for finishing wooden heels for shoes. 



Hucb, E. H., Brunswick, Germany. Coffee-pot , 

nuck.s, J. G., San Francisco, Cal. Medical compound or ointment , 

Hudner, F., and J. R. Little, New York, N. Y. Ice-crusher 

Hndnut, T., Terre Haute, Ind. Hominymill (Reissue).. 

Hudson, A. J., Camden, Tenn. Churn-dasher 

Hudson, C. H., Clinton, Mass. Loom shuttle-guard 

Hudson, U. {See Gibbs, L., assignor.) 



Dec 
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2t). 1^73 

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21, 1873 

21, 1873 

7,1873 
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4, 1873 
5, 1873 
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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873 
Atphahttieal lilt 0/ patenttm for the year 1873 — CoDt^nned. 



H»mo, resliknoa, mid in 



..-,l»on, J. C. i.Sl'c O.MI /.. nnrl(u>n.) 

HadwD, J. F., Kut Cambrii1ge,^HKM. KallxBy-cu buket . . 

HudWD, J. L., Cummlng, <Da. Wagon -atandaril 

IIiidBnn,W.,cicdeMtLfs^Miih, QniillBE-rrMne"'.',"!!!!!^.'. 

Huclnpn, W, S.,rB»noii, N. J. LooumotlTO 

~ ■ «,C»]. rilter.... 

.ortN-Y."L«id^pt_ 

Huff U.L.,Bij- City. Micb. ClothoB-rBel 

Hiiir,.r.,i. (a!MHuff,*.c..i.».iitDor.> 

Huff, L-C. MsIgDor uf »ue-ba1t liiMrest to J.J. Enf^ SodIdb, A\^ FrotooUaR mi 
bee-keepers 

HiiflBr,A.,BiwlgiiorCoM.e.MBiTliD»n, Roohesler.N.T. Blbiil-hiiiRe 

Bufitaian.J.D., assignor of one-halF Interest to C. U. Thompsou, LoudoD, Oblo. 
caat-seeder ....... -,., 

Hu(!bi«n,O..LncieTille,Nebr. Fortalile fence 

- - — Millcrove, Ind. lUllwM-rafl ohalr 

XT^edOpOhlo. Coinblneil seat stiiI limb fnmilirav.fiiin _ 

Hug. D., New York, N. Y.. urignor to Bel[ and 



.V.3. Breeok- 

■hYlaife'lpbu! Pa^ 
p'raiUngi™ 



E. J. S., Camden, N. J., and J. T. SlevatL assignora to J. T. Sle 

...fflerforeewlnn-macMnM 

Hantetl, J.. Eastlxnirne. uid J. A. Haggett, Clapfaani, England. 1 

boreeahas-nalls 

nuggelt, J. A. {lltt Huggett, J. Si J. A.) 

luggins, J., Blrmlngbani, Eagland. Mscblne Toe maklug metallio tnblng. .. 

_IuiipliiB,R. I., Bethel, Ohio. MolBlrap 

Hugliea. A., Braaiphin Ash, England. UrUng-flnEor for biTvuMrs 

Hagliea. A. E., Lenlavllle, Kv., assignor nf oubeigbUi IntAreet to B. FoTd,Ne« Albuiv, 

iDd. CbemicaL flm-extlniniisher 

Hugh«a,D.W,.Mejiico.llo. SulkiptoT 

Hnghes. n., aasignor of one-third Interest to W. 3. Kellocg, Pekln, lU. Briek-maoblDS. . . 

HoglieB,J., Newark, N.J. Haraesa-pad mriasoo).. 

Stme same (Itnlwue 

Hnghes. J., New Bemc.N.C. Dumplng-or (ItclssM. 

Hnghes, J,, Scnoton, Fa. Locomotive aneke-siack 

Same SpBtk.«rr»"lj"- --- 

nugtae«.J.M.,and A. J. U 



Sept 41S73 
Feb. ia, 1BT3 



i-.Mo. Connirib.. 



134, an 

130, Wt 



IKISR 
l«t,«S8 



Haghes.M.J._ . . _. .,^_ 

Hame......]J]ockingBtereotvpe plalee IncaAii 

Hngliee, It J., Rvuesr, lud. Railway crosaiBg 

Hugta«fl. S., Jersey Cily Helghw, N. J. Lantern . . . 
Biighea, T. £. (Srr Towoaend, Hughes &. Keith.) 
Hnghes. W. H. (Sn Latta II HngW) 
Hnghes, \Y. L. R, tl aL [Ste Claw, W, F.. assignor.) 

Hnghes, W. W., Fbiladolpbls, Fa. Malt.drj'er (Keiame). 

Hughs. A. C, elaL (See Thomas, a F., aasignor.) 

Hugoii. J, E., Biclimond, Ind. Qovoniot for steam.englnea 

Same Governor 

Hnguntn,E.B., Now York, N.T. Saab-holder (Holsauel. 

Same Sash-bolder 

EolbeH. EJ.. and A.N.N. Aubin, Portland. Ue. Elevated arch railway 

Holet.F..Berea,Ohlo. WHsbing-maiblne 

Hulett, T.,(t oi (Sm Eonlen, X-, aasjgnor.) 

Hullngs. U. Emlealou, and \V. J. Innis, Oil Cltj, Fa, Hanger for walking-beams fbt 

Hull.A. C.',Sa'inViii'tilfc'MoVand'jViBrewn'"i' 

tblrdlntereattoL H. Sturgeon, EalntLouix.Uo. 

Hull, D, C.. WestGeld. Uass. Mannfaoture of nblMtocks . 

Hnll.F. A.. Beloit,Wis. l>evice for burning petnSeHm 

Hull, L., CharlEBlown. assignor lo Tucker Uannfacturing Company. Boeton, Ma 

Lamp-bracket ....-■ 

Same Eiwnsinn cbandellor 

Hull, L., Charlostown, Mass. Gasaller extension 

Hutl.T. <^«Tbonia»N.. assignor.) 

Hull. W., Fort Wayne. Ipil Oate-hlnge 

Hnlse.A.C. ralmyra, HI. Pmning-knire 

Hnlse, A.C., and J. R.Criim, Palmyra, UL Pi-oninc implemant 

Hulse, ^V.U. (^ Kins Jk Hnlse.) 

Homans. W.. Cambndge, Mass. Electro-nagnetic annnncialnr 

Home. O. Q., assignor to L. C. Crittenden, O. H. Hams, aud C. W. Ci 

Tree- protector 

Hamniel, J. F., Cincinnati. Ohio, Combined wall-pmloctor and toweli 

Hummer. H.A.,Fn'ncbtown, N.J. Cookiug4l»ve 

Humphrey, A.M., Broadbean, Wla. Gangphiw 

Humphrey. D. H. (Ste Humphrey, W. H.. asalgnor.) 

Humphrey. G. W.. Pomnoy. H. Y^. aa^gnor lo eelf and J. U. Taylor, : 

Encasing caustic alkali 

Humphrey, K, Vniunyille, Conn. Die forpunching washers 

Hnmpbroy. W. B.. aaaignoi (a W. E. aud D. H. Bnmphrey, Laualngbnrgb, N. Y. 

' Jouraal-ptKkioe rack 

Hnmplireya,J.^7., LaFnelle.Ind. Dltchlng-machino 

Hninphreyi, J.W., Oifinil.Ind. Piuhing.machlne 

Humphrioa, J„ & Saaa. {Stt Smith. IL. assigDar).„ (Deelgn.) 

HuBipkrlea. J., KiddermlnitiT. Enihind. Carpet.. > (DniEu).. 

IluDR»Tlbnl,R.K., Coming. N.Y. Muld for raakiag slaMi- blind slate 

HnngerfMd, V., BootaesIM'. sssigDOT lo A. C Stearna. Coming, N. Y. Oil-burning boller- 

Blm^dng<<^[KM'«iimniih'N"Y.' 

Hunt.OTU-.Fairhaveu "— • 

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. Feb. SJ, ir~ 

. Deo. %l» 

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Jan. ai.lH 
Dec XI, l» 

Mnr. 'AISIS ., 
Uar. 18, 1«73 



90 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Jlphaheiical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continaed. 



No. 



140,706 

136.652 
135,340 
137,000 
142,469 
137,683 
137, 774 
142,789 
139, 156 
136, 163 
142, 470 
142,237 
138,652 

138,252 

137,207 

137, 449 
142,022 
142,023 
144,392 

138,253 
140,828 
141,646 
137,001 
139, 316 

143, 766 

145,346 

141,056 
138, 752 
136. 245 
142,790 
138,891 



134, 749 

143,626 
143,627 
137.002 

i;n, 003 

143,906 

142,852 
144. 676 
143, 014 

135,810 
. 135, 811 



135,323 
136,991 
138,892 
145, 949 
5,454 

135,119 
139,399 
140, 198 
142, 853 
140,579 
140,580 
143,826 
135, 812 
144, 458 
144,007 
141,559 

134,890 

142, 471 

6,343 

6,344 
6,345 
6,346 
6, 347 
6, 812 
6, 813 
6,814 
«, 815 
6,816 
6.817 
8,818 



Name, reaidenoo, and invention. 



Hant, C. F.. Brooklyn, N. T., assignor to self and E. P. Emmcluth. Mount Vernon, K. T. 
Cork-4^xtraotor 

Hunt, D. M., Snathampt^n Mills, Pa. Hand-car 

Hunt, F. B., asHijniorto E. R. and W. N. Matthews, Kichraond, Ind. Screw-driver 

Hunt, F. K., Leavenworth, Kans. Package Imnd and fastener 

Hunt, F. W., EastOranoi, N.J. Refrigerator 

Hunt, G., Wawavanda, jT J. Barrel-cover 

Hunt, (f., New Vork, N. Y. Broom -protector 

Hunt, G., Chicago, 111. Reversible piuion for watches 

Hunt, G. A ., Nowburgh, N. Y. Printing-press 

Hunt, G. S., Sacramento, Cal. Anti-friction metal 

Hunt, J., assignor of one-half interest to J. Foulke, Richmond, Ind. Vise 

Hunt^ tl. C., Sioux Citv, Iowa. Apparatus for steaming grain 

Hunt, L., Buflalo, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to M. M. Drake. Steering-appa- 
ratus for vessels 

Hunt, M. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Bed-bottom 



Hunter, A., and C. E. Whitmore, Quincy, IVL Middlings-purifier 

Same Middlings receiver, cooler, and duster 

Same Middlings-puriticr 

Same same 

Hunter, B., Philadelphia, Pa. Grave-mound cover 

Hunter, C. D., et al. (See Springer, W. A., assignor.) 

Hunter, C. D., andE. S. Woods, Marlborough, Mass. Inhaler 

Same .same 

Hunter, D. J., assignor to I. Ames, Boston. Mass. Brick-machine 

Hunter, E., Norwich, Conn. Snow-shovel 

Hunter, £., and D. Van Sickle, Chicago, III. Wardrobe bedstead 

Hunter, G. J. {See Davis, D. P., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Hunter, G. W., assignor of part interest to W. F. Stone, H. M. Baker, and J. H. Vormilye, 

Washington, D. C. Sewing-machine 

Hunter, G. W., assignor of part interest to H. M. Baker, WT F. Stone, J. H. Vermilye, and 

G. H. Piatt. Washington, D. C. Shuttle for sewing-machinea 

Hunter. H. J., and J. Ric^, Scioto, Ohio. Truss-bridge 

Hunter, J., and H. M. Clayton, Ashland, Pa. Bag-holder 

Hunter, J.T.,and D.L.d. Mitchell, Forest, Miss. Plow 

Hunter, O. D., Plymouth, Conn. Core for casting metals 

Hunter, R. F., Staunton, Ya., assignor to self and A. F. Randall, assignors in part to T. 

Hood and O. F. Presbrev. Washington, D. C. Revenue-stamp 

Hunter, 8. B , «< a^. {See Hinman, W. W., assignor.) 

Hunter, W. S.. Stapstead, Canada. Railway-rail 

Huntington, F. A. (See Swingle, A., assignor.) 

Same (iSf« Swingle Sc Huntington.) 

Huntington, F. A., San Francisco, Cal. Divided-nut device for feed-screws 

Huntington, G. S. {See Morton, J., assignor.) 

Huntington, M. H., Watertown, N. Y. Cosmetic-bottle ; 

Huntington, S. S. {See Warriuer, F., assignor.) 

Huntington, T. S., Baltimore, Md. Gathering-attachments for sowing-machines 

Same RufHingattachmcnts for sowing-machines 

Hnntley, A. D., Smyrna Mills, assiunor of one-half interest to K F. Nickerson, New 

Limerick, Me. Reciprocatin^-chum 

Huntley, G. R., assizor to sell and C. E. Halt, Hubbardstown. Mich. Neck-3'oke holder. 

Huntley, H. H., assijpor to Comstock, Castle & Co., Qnincy, 111 

Huntley. W. W., assignor to W. W. Huntley, A. P. Holcomb, and A. Heine, Silver Creek, 
N. Y. Screen for middlings-puritlers 



Huntley. W. W., and A. P. Holcomb, Silver Creek, N. Y. Middlings-purifier 

Same Process of purifying middlings 

Huntoon, E. C. {Sw Huntoon, L., assizor.) 

Huntoon, H. P. {See Brown, J. R., assignor.) 

Huntoon, L., assignor to self and £. C. Huntoon, Natick, Mass. Comjionnd steam-engine 

Hnnziker, G., Summit. Miss. Distilling-apparatus 

Huniinger, G., New York, N. Y. Foldiugcliair 

Hurd, CT T., Victoria, Tex. Insect-destroying attachment for cultivators 

Hurd, J. M., Auburn, N. Y. Bag-machine (Reissue).. 

Hurlbut, R H. {See Moore Sc Hurlbut.) 

Hnrley, J. C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wheel forvohicles 

Hnrst^ C., Philadelphia, Pa. Stercotvpe-plato holder 

Hurst, G. W., Avon, Ohio. Reversible harrow-teeth 

Hnssey,!., Ironton, Ohio. Bnisli washboard and roller 

Huston, G. M., Zanesville, Ohio. Egg-carrier ^ 

Same same 

Hntchins, C, assignor to self and A. Large, Aubrey, Kans. Corn-planter 

Hntchins, J., Portsmouth, Ohio. Combined mill-stone tram and level 

Hutchinson, C. H., Concord, N. H. Balanced slide-valve 

Hutchinson, E., New York, N. Y. Bird-cage 

Hutchinson, E. L., Aubum.N. Y. Com-sheller 

Hutchinson, H. M. {See Morrison Sc Hutchinson.) 

Hutchinson, H. R., Empire Iron Works, Ky. Lubricating compound 

Hutchinson, R. A ., Bergen, N. J. Grate*bar 

Hutchison, J., Newark. N. J., assignor to T. Potter, Sons Si. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Oil-cloth (Design).. 

(Design).. 

.(Design).. 

.(Design).. 

.(Design).. 
Design).. 
Design).. 

Design).- 
Design).. 
DeMign),. 
Design).. 
Design) . . 



Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same : 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Hutchison, J. A . (See Ifogers, C, assignor.) 
Hutchison, J. G., et al. {See Grotz, C, assignor.) 



(Case A. 

. ((!ase C. 

(Case F. 

(Case G. 

. (Case K. 

. (Casti B. 

(CaseD. 



Date. 



July 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Sept 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Mav 

Feb. 

Sept 

Aug. 



8,1873 
11, IHT* 
28,1873 
18,1873 

2.1873 

8,1873 
15, 18T3 
10, 1873 
20,1873 
25,1873 

2,1873 
26, 1873 



Monthly Ofiicial 



volume. 



May 6,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
July 15. 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Mar. 16, 1873 
May 27, 1873 



Oct 21,1873 

Deo. 9, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
May 13,1873 
Feb. 25,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 

May 13, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 

Oct 14,1873 

Oct 14,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Nov. 18, 18T3 

Sept 23, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Jan. 28.1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
May 1.3. I8rJ 
Dec 30. I8rJ 
June 17, 1873 



Jan. 

May 

Juno 

Sent 

July 

July 

Oct 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Aug. 



21,1873 

27. 1873 

24, 1873 

16, 1873 

8, 18TJ 

8,1873 

21, 1873 

11, 1873 

11,1873 

2.5, 1873 

5,1873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Sept 2,1873 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 



21,1873 
21, 1873 
21, 1873 
21, 1873 
21,1873 
19, 1873 
19. 1873 
19, lh«73 
19. 1873 
19, 1873 
19.1873 
19, 1873 






325 
279 
792 
.•>81 
133 
368 
463 
426 
635 
725 
134 
768 

162 
920 

780 

151 
561 
562 
194 

921 
434 

221 
582 
789 



361 

282 

654 
267 
788 
426 

386 

241 

211 

212 

583 
583 

479 
475 
439 

617 
395 
396 



684 
515 
^7 

848 
622 

570 
854 
710 
475 
217 
218 
411 
397 
248 
642 
130 

364 
135 






110 
93 
2.56 
193 
43 
114 
145 
144 
198 



44 
253 

52 
2<H) 
257 
258 

49 
186 
186 

66 

290 
148 
70 
194 
251 



120 

94 
221 

82 
255 



121 

78 

71 

71 

194 
194 

161 
162 
148 

210 
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221 
170 
121 
276 
195 

186 
273 
223 
162 
73 

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137 
128 

84 
219 

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253 
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419 
298 
572 
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511 
474 

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198 
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63 

161 

310 

593 



428 

620 
90 
529 
227 
299 

539 

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406 



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303 


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537 


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305 


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700 


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598 


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697 


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432 


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510 


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70 


3 


70 


3 


70 


4 


185 


4 


IH."! 


4 


18.'. 


4 


185 


4 


185 


4 


iHf. 


4 


185 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphabetical lUt of patetiteet for fAe year 1873 — Continued. 



Nmoe, reHdence, nnil io 



natloD. R., Tlalyuke, Mua. Bolt-pildi.' Tut ] 
Ryutt. K A. L. {Sa Bratt, T.. ■uisnor.r 
IlyaH, r. S. i J. W.. Altany. K. Y. To»ot-o 
Uyntt, J. W. (&«U)alt.i:S.AJ.-W.) 
HyattJ.V.,AII)any.N.Y. MimafuitnriDe 
llY«lt.L.U,NewBronBwi<!k,».J, RobU^j 
Hjatt. L. L., iind J. H. Onttdd. New BroDB. 



T., Hen York, N. Y. VauItUght 

Dime Vttiilt-eover 

Ssme Kidmaad fiimm 

Hyatt, T., Atchlsnn, Kani. Kl.lg< 
Same IllnminBliDg vnn 

Hyatt, T., New York. N. Y, Illni 

Buue Wall for bniicUng 

Same BalldiuK-blaok . . 

Same Fireproof ufe . . 

Same Fireproof ■hnltf 

Same.. F^re-proof « 



pyroijllne artlelea 

'Ick, n! JVitniibar ghiMgV.' 



Fire-proof mumlnatiDg-tile!'.''.'."!!'."."!!! 
iortoK.A,L.Hyfttt.lftwYork,N.Y. Ulan 



..Metallli 
..FlsiHili _ 

entltAtlnjt 



Same. .. . . . Itlamltu 

S-ime!" 



ifi ilUuuiuatlDK Tanlt-co' 



. . Ele\-atbw nu>ll-«over. . . 



-leilUeTllnminatlngTanit-i^toV. 

Same JllumlnatinE ventilaUoB al«p 

Ilyilo, A., mialsiioT ofonbhatf iuleniit to J. W. Trafton, SpringHeld, Xam. Beltfai 

Hyde, I., Oakland, aaaicnor u O. J. Bnckua. San Fntuilwo. Col. Uombliii-d «. 

wboidBndBeirine.macliino (UolMue 

Hyde,J.F.,NewYor - - ■ - 



Stoncb>tnip . 
Uydo,J.l{.,Troy.N.Y. Beaervolr cooking-i 

Ssmo Cooklng-Hlo™ 

Byde, (>., Oakland, Cal. Ti 



HVni, 






S. Shorn 



i.I)elvidera,N.J. 



lee, U. T, [Ste CnnDor & Hyuca.) 

ilop.T. {Ste Snydnr. ¥, S„ aaslRnor.) 

iDga, H A, {Ste Wwt, I. M„ aaniimnr.) 
A. LiSprlngNeld.Itl, Steam.radlBlor 

], H., tt aL (Set ClODEh, T., anaisnor.) 

i..iy,(i.C..BurllnK>me, KauB. Door-clieck 

UeiiburK. U.. aaiiKnor to U W. Bnu». New York, N. Y, Print 

lor, J., New York. N.Y. Combined lead-poncil anil mbbi 

nilnalB MaDnfactDrlng Company. (Sie Croaa, f. R.. aHlgnur.) 
Ibiley. S.A., Braokl)-D, N.Y. Canister fur tea, cotfee. ^ 






mbB.J. F. (SwltlFckman, F.. aadgnor.) 

mliof. H, (5MI>ayiie&linbof| 

nihof, H.. Lockpnrt. N. Y. Table-loaf Bnpp 
Iiulay, W. L., Fliiladelpbla, Pa. ApparaiUB 
Imperial Meier Company. fSie Do Caairo & 



U-'t"}'!! 



tlirr Ti'TlIng ti. JohnaoD, asalgnnra.) 



India Knblier Coiob Company. t3a Kopea, D. N,. aBlignin') 

luxalla, J, K., Starkey, n:y, HI u m Inating vaul trover 

'- 'I, J. Bcd W.tC. Mount, [UHlgnrira to Uooaier Drill Company, Ullton, 



igenoll, A. M,, et al. [Ste Qnarterman, j.. a 
iKer»ol1.P.C.,GreenFaint.>.Y. Uaailpui 
.. c =.-.^fJm|, (-onn. nnso-eouplinK 



baling.preai 

V.'.V.V.'.'.'.V.V.V.V.'.V.'.'.'.'.(Eitenl 
UioUgan. Cover fur rmit-baakeU.. 



Iiiman, K., Et 
pLaulne-maeblnoa, 



lin^-ninBlilae. 



n, Bochford, III. Feed roll fur 



UoDtbly Offlelal 



. Jnly 1.1S73 

. Fob. 18,1'?I3 

. Apr. SO. 18 

y is! lira 

. Mar. 4^ I8T3 

. Jnly 8,IST3 

. July 8.1<i73 

. Jnly H.!*-" 

. Sopt S, li _ 

. Sept; a.ien 

'. Supt. %\e7i 



, Dec ^tS._ 

. Do& a,lBT3 

. Deo. ltia~ 

. Dot a.l§ 

. Deo. R.I8 

. Doc a. 18 

, Dec a. 18 

. Dec il.18 



. Dec a,IHI.'( 

. Deo. a. tr-- 

. Deo. 9,18 

. Dw. S, IC 

. Dec S;18 

. Dec S,1B 
■■ .2.1873 



Clookfront (Dertmi).. 

,-.u,iniu, .1.. A«ii|iii.q, A*. A. Daeo-buminiF cookinir-'' 

leram. U. U., Maulatee. Uloh. Plpe-wreuob 

C, Hope, Mich. R..Uryateam.---' - 



July n ISTS 
May 0.18 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 
AlphaMkal Uu of pait»lee»/or tlieyear 1B73— Continnod. 



i3S,sse 

149,510 
1«,BS4 

7,083 
J«,OM 

130,300 
141, HO 

140. TIO 



t, Pblfidaliihla, Pm. Muibliie for cuiUnK UTdage loek-pUte 



IB, A- A.., fl oJ. (Set UlUar. I 

IS, J.. FhlladeLphfB, Fl SUl 

Irrloe.J. Parkenburgb. lows. 



■nki .. 



. . „,€. L., lDdlBnilp(tll>, Ind. Combipw 
Irrlng, T. J., BaUtinDtA, UcL SoapAndera. 

Inrln, U.J.. NDble.Ill. Drick-mauhlQa 

Irwin, D.J.udR.S.LBni{doii,Kob1e. III. Briok-nu 
InrlD, U, M., a aL {Set Ouarint:. C, ■ulcuor.) 
IrwiD, (i. W. and T. A. Coi, Cbampalni CoDnty. HI. 
Irwin. H. U., DaTirlKO Coll«», N. C. HoiH-powsr. 
Irwin J. EL. PMIndelplii*, Pa. Lamp 



Bud ttarMt for «tre«t-«>r« . . 



imWl Irwin.J.N., PitlBborgb. Pa. FIib-bIbob 

1(7,SH Iibell, C. W., New York. N. y. ilitoo-blcraer 

IIS. TOO Same Stap.valTe fur water aud eaainalna, and other purpoae* 

liaeu iBkell.J.L., Naneatook, Conn. HoialiDgapparBtna 

S,<M labell. KH., NewUilfonLCoDD. Proccai of preparing wood for (be iDMiuhcture o( 

buttooa (Reiiaoe).. 

labnrih. C H. [Set Benten. O.. aBaliinar.J 
lMI,Sai laham U.B., Bnrllntrlon, VL Portable aloTB 



Hi, in 
135, i» 
I3S,S4S 

141, 3M 
117,080 






Nultall. Weiturly, R.L 8(<tp-nii 






actijuo for allcicg dried-beef .. 
ie, Oil Ci ty," Pa.' " 'Doot cheoit ! . 






Itob. J, A, and lirnthiT. tSet BowsrB, J., aaalgnor.) 

Irea. J. S.. New Ynrk, N. Y. Proceu of Tonovlnii ink from t 

Itbb, \V. a.. New HavoD, Coon. Uachine for foTuluE aoger- 

Iv«i,W.J., MorWen, Conn. Bow-pin tor oiyoke 

Jack.K.N.,Willl»n.Bburj(b.Olila Wagon-brake 

Jaok,B.H. (jMKllDB&Jitck.) 
JackBan.A.C. |5H JackBan,T.K.aDd A.C.) 

Same (&r Jackson, T.R. and A. C and Walwn.) 

JaokiioD.A. F..MIuiioiipoIlB.JdInn. Splke-eilraetor 

Jackaon.A.T. (Ji^ Beddow ^ Jackaan.) 

Jackaon. R A., New York, N. Y. FlnhplRce front 

"— - "---'ice lining 

Dna-hairintaraatU 



Monthly | Offlclal 






Lyer. HarUbrd. Uoun. Apparalns 
to 'cV Wood andA.' Ellia,' WoiidV 



Jiicli«ni;p.'k.NewYt, ., ., ., - 

Salvia Apparatna for teatlng glrdera .-•- ->- 

Jackaou, It. IStt Lldren.C, aaalEOOi.J 

Jaokaou. R.,FbilBdelplila,Pa. Fan sltachmentfar wving-machlnea 

Jaekmm, R. A-.Pimbnrgli, Pa., aMlgiior toL Charlea, Alleebeny Pa., and J. J, Johnaton, 
ColnniblanB,UblD,Bald JohoatouaulKnorto W.D.liiaebarl, Allegheny. Fk. Proceaa 



n,T.M. (Sh Weston. J. W., BMlgnoi 
n, T. R. Dallas, Tex. Cutlou-preaa... 
n, T. K. and A.C.. Sabine Paaa, Tei. 



C. HDd C. a. Wataoii, Sabine Paaa, Tax. Jack-Bc 
il.'and a J. Chlidi! ijtici. N.'y.' Pliw '.'.' ''■.". 



JatkBon,W.H. (Sm H .... 

Jackaon, W. U.. Woodland, Cal. Heater and Uuwor. 
Jacubg, F. A. {Sa Jacoba, W, E. and F. A.) 
JiicobB,J. (S«T>inier A-Jaeobn.) 

Jacobs U.E.,WinnebaED,^lL Tlre-dgtaleaer 

.I.rnh. w.R f;ni.™i,.i« ohin. Wheel foT wlieelb«r 
ibaa.Uhlo. Surajriir.-. 



'., New York, N. Y. : 



«rger, aald Berger aulgnot to Bild Jacobaen, Now York. N. Y. 



Jaogm-, O. L., New York. K. Y. Machine toi 
Jaaeer,I.,Mal. ($m Harria, a W,, auignor. 
Jakel,J.,aaBliniorl<iBe1fandF. L.DolnnBtr 
Jake-.J.T.,((aI. I^ta Kulfa. W. A-.aaalRuo 
^Miie<.A. (JMMDrpby.B- Y.,aa«lgnor.) 

JanieBA.,ChicKea.III- Toy-gun 

JaniaB.aW..FhiladBlpbls.Pa. Naaal reapl 

SamB Beaplralor. : 

Jamea.K.U.,TBniworth.N.H. Combloed o 
Jamea, li. W., Jeraey Clly. N. J. Ciiff-boidai 
Jamee, B. C, D«ii»Dn, Tei. Cane atrlpjior : 



making paper botea --- 
lich, Detroit, Mlcb. Bre' 



B Btocking-CBBk 



4 303 

T 

4 I HI 



Not. II, 1813 
Sept. 30.18:3 



Sept 33. 1873 618 



Feb. as, IS 
Jnlj SO, 1873 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



93 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873~Continacd. 



Na 

137, 775 

144, 545 

139, 717 

137, Gil 
136,063 
134,750 
138,405 

139,960 

137,926 
137,875 

145,061 

138, 161 
137,927 

141, 35n 

143,350 
140, 780 

140,923 
140, 924 
137,081 
137, 20H 
137,209 



143, 159 
135.225 
144. 765 
135, 121 
142,024 
136,836 
136,837 

143, 413 
5,702 

142,238 

139, 961 
145, 349 
141,226 
140,372 



145,804 



144. 102 

144. 103 
1.19, 158 
144, 617 



5,521 
111,440 
141,441 
135, 478 
135,277 
135, 712 
139,063 
139, 159 

137,685 

137,082 
143, 697 
146, 075 

144, 983 
141.561 
145. 950 
145, 350 



140. 199 
136.732 
140. 274 
141,004 
13(). 437 
140.275 
144, 104 



Kome, residence, and invention. 



Jameson, J., Gateshead, Kogland, assignor to II. A. Tucker, New York, N. Y. Safety- 
papers for bank-notes. &c 

Jamicson, H. A., assignor to self and 6. Whitaker, Brooklyn, N. Y. Valve for direct- 
acting engines 

Jamison, S. w., assignor to self and W. J. Dudley, Newark, N. J. Macliine for crimping 
leather for boots and shoes 

J anes. J. H., H. Tucker, and T. D. Terry, Knobdosler, Mo. Wheel-plow 

Janke, F., Brtinn, Austria. Lamp-stove 

Janney, C, assignor to C. M. Hardenbergh, Minneapolis, Minn. Middlings-purifier 

Jannej', £. H., Alexandria, Ya. Car-coupling 

Jansen, C. (See Van Herwerden, C, assignor.) 

Jantzen, S. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Coffee mill 

Jaques, R F. (See McDuffy Sc Jaqueii.) 

Jaques, D. L., Hudson, Mien. Harrow 

Jaques, J. A., Tottenham ; J. T. Oakley, Bermondsey ; and L. Sterne, Westminster, Eng- 
land. Magnetic chuck for lathes and planers 

Jaquith, A. B., and J. Wolohan, assizors of one-third interest to £. A. Jaquith, Koch- 
ester. N.Y. Heel-breasting machine , 

Jaquitn, £. A, (Sm Jaquith & Wolohan, assignors.) i 

Jarecki, A. H., Erie, Pa. Pipe-tongs 

Jarre, A.K & P. J., Paris, France. Breech-loading fire-arm 

Jarre, P. J. (d«e Jajre, A. E. &P. J.) 

Jarrell, W., Humboldt, Tenn. Cotton-scraper 



Jay, P. E., Saint Jean Baptistc, Canada. Manufacture of cast-iron from ore 

Jaycox, G. B., Hartfor^l, and A. Webster, Farraington, said Jaycox assignor of one-half 

interest to W. E. Simonds, Hartford, Conn. Screw-cutting machine 

Jaynor, A., Regent's Park, England. Pneumatic telegraph 

Jeanf on, J. A., Newport, Ky. Electro-deposition of aluminum 

Jebb. T. A., Buflfftlo, N. Y. Duplex ticket 

Same Duplex railway-ticket 

Jebb, T. A., and L. Brush, assignors to The American Duplex Ticket Company, Buffalo, 

N. Y. Book of railway-faro tickets 

Jedkins, J. W. (See Brown & Jedkins.) 

Same (5to Brown & Jedkins.) (Reissue.) 

Jedkins, J. W., Monmouth, Me. Shutter- worker 

Jeffors, R., and D. C. Bockoven, South Sodus, N. Y. Wash-boiler attachments '. . . 

Jeffers, W., Pawtucket, R. L Relief- valve for steam fire-engines 

Jeffery, E. A., Jersey City. Sewing-machine table-cover 

Same Sewing-machine table 

Jefts, W., Battle Creek, Mich. Table-leaf support 

Same Table 

Jeinson Lubricator Company. (See Moulton, W. J. L., assignor.) 

JelllfiTe, C. E. L., Bavonne, N.J. Chisel 

Jeuckea, W., Manchester, N. H., assignor to G. Draper &, Son, Hopedale, Mass. Spinning- 
ring (Reissue) . . 

Jenings, S. H., Oquawka, IlL Sewer-cleaner 

Jenison Lubricator Company. (See Fay, C. T., assignor.) 

Jenkins, C. B., New York, N. Y. A ttaching metal caps to glass, porcelain, &c 

Jenkins, C. W., New York, N. Y. Skate 

Jenkins, E. W., Camden, N. J., and S. Jenkins, Landsdale. Pa. Rotary steam-engine 

Je ikins, G. E., assignor to Ogden, Milstead Sc Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Tassel 

Jenkins, H., deceased, by L. Jenkins. Ornamental oonneciion of the parts <of an iron 

fence (Extension) . . 

Jenkins, J., et oL (See Dewell, J. V., assignor.) 

Jenkins, L. (<S«« Jenkins, H.) (Extension.) 

Jenkins, N., Madison, assignor to self and F. O. Manchester, New Haven, Conn. Molding- 
machine 

Jenkins, S. (See Jenkins, E. W. & S.) 
Jenkins, S. H., ef ol. ( See Hart, J., assignor.) 

Jenkins, S. H.. Nashville, Tenn. Railway-switch 

Jenkins, W., A l>ergavenny, England. Cask for transporting oils. Sec 

Jeukinson, Gr. B., Newark, N. J. Trunk 

Jenklnson. J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Skirt-proteotor . 

Jenks, B. H. (See Craven, T. C, assignor) (Reissue.) 

Jenks, B. H. (See Goodyear, R. B., assignor.) 

Jenks, B H., Bridesburgh. Pa. Spindle for spinning-machines (Reissue) . . 

Same Spindle-bolster for spinning-machines 

Same same , 

Jenks, C. W., Somerville, Mass. Shirt-bosom 

Jenks, W.T., Toledo, Ohio. Street-car 

Same Key-ring ^ 

Same Reversible Htreot-cnr .Z . . 

Jennings, A. W., Ravenna, Ohio. Wasliing-raaclilne 

Jennings, B. (See McCarver, Athey Sc Jennings.) 

Jennings, C. S., assignor to Parker and Whipple Company, Moridcn, Conn. Reversible 

knob-latch. 

Jennings, J. G., Stangate, England. Water-closet 

Jennings, R. S., Philadelphia, Pa. Composite roofing. 



Date. 



Jennings, S. H., l)oe]> River, and W. F. Arnold, Wlnthrop, Conn. Joiner's gage , 

Jennison, G. C, Ware, Mass. Baker's oven (Extension) . 

Jcnnison. L. H., MonroeviII«\ Ohio. Sulky 

Jensen. H., T^^ng Island City, N. Y. Cover for sewingmachiue tables .' 

Jeralds, S. E., Cheshire. Coiiii., assignor of one-half interest to E. 11. Lawton. Ferrule . . 

JcrKnianowHki, E. J., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of water gas 

f Jewell, E. M.. et al. (See Steele, F., assignor.) 
Jewell, H. S,, et al. (See Steele, F., assignor.) 

Jewell, H. S.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Metallic fabric for snint-mill cases , 

Jewett, G. IL. assignor of one-half interest to J. Horton. Saline, Mich. Whip-socket . . . 

Jewett, J. S., Gloucester, Mass. Machine for cutting tape, &c 

Jewett. S. E., Haverhill, Mass. Belt-tension apparatus , 

Joannides. J. M.. Loudon, England. Apparatus for protecting grain and seed 

Jocel vn. A. U., New York, N. Y. Book-cover , 

Same Plate-fratuo 

Jocclyn, L. A. {See Holly, IL W., assignor.) 



Apr. 15, 1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 

June 10, 1873 
xVpr. 8, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

June 17, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Dec. 2,1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

July 29, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Mar. 2."», 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 



Sept 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Mar. 



23, 1873 
28,1873 
18, 1873 
21, 1873 
19, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 



Oct 7, 1873 

Dec 23,1873 
Aug, 26, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Doc. 9, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
July 1,1873 

Mar. 3,1873 



Dec 23, 1873 



Oct 28, 18rj 
Oct 28,1873 
May 20, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



Monthly 
volume 



o 
p. 

CO 



Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Fob. 

May 

May 



Apr. 

Mar. 

Oct 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec 



5.1873 

5, 1873 

5, 1873 

4,1873 

28,1873 

11.1873 

20, 1873 

20, 1873 



8.1873 
25, 1873 
14, 1873 
30, 1873 

1,1873 
25, 1873 

5, 1873 
30, 1873 

9, 1873 



June 24, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 
June 24, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
Mar. 4. 1873 
June 24. 1873 
Oct 28,1873 



463 

324 

2,'>9 
306 
619 
242 
1,052 

481 

588 

545 

20 

809 
589 

957 
906 

390 
521 
523 
668 
782 

783 



729 
688 
515 
572 
563 
445 
445 

16 

816 
769 

482 

282 

831 

31 



60 



109 

82 
95 

203 
78 

331 

151 

185 

170 

7 

257 
186 

C311 
)312 



134 

175 



221 
258 

258 



251 
221 
175 

187 
186 
147 
148 

6 

266 
253 

1.52 
94 

271 
10 



Oflicial 
Gazette. 



695 


228 


670 


221 


671 


222 


637 


199 


392 


131 


186 


59 


26 


9 


27 


9 


79 


25 


736 


237 


306 


97 


543 


171 


G38 


199 


369 


115 


669 


222 


277 


92 


954 


308 


706 


238 


132 


.42 


849 


276 


283 


94 


711 


224 


34.-> 


114 


772 


244 


614 


207 


72 


25 


773 


244 


672 


222 



o 



3 

4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

3 
3 

|4 
'4 

4 
4 

4 
3 
3 



4 
3 
4 

3 

4 
3 
3 



4 
4 

3 
4 
4 
4 



4 
4 

3 
4 



4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 



3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 






419 

516 

646 

393 

202 

40 

484 

671 

429 

425 

587 

456 
429 

121 
364 

59 

70 

70 

328 

337 

337 



334 

103 
543 
81 
198 
299 
299 

382 

687 
224 

671 

620 

111 

10 

386 



678 



463 
463 
.572 
533 



150 
137 
137 
134 
107 

ir>4 

565 
572 



398 
328 
411 
709 
100 
570 
146 
700 
620 



697 
282 
703 
Wi 
251 
70:1 
463 



94 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



Name, residence, and Invention. 



5,685 
134, C73 
143,211 



136,064 

136, 247 
144,029 
146, 004 
137,210 
134,604 
143, 917 



142, 478 
144, 106 
135,226 
145,656 
140,276 
138,406 
138, 658 
142, 916 
135, 713 
5.469 
6,523 
137, 372 
137, 776 

145, 423 
140, 373 



139, 317 

143. 351 

143. 352 

134,674 
136,065 

135. 814 
i:m>. 522 

137,138 
139. 248 
144, 105 
145, 424 

i:i8.250 
141,058 

141,795 
13:J, 257 



143,160 
145, 425 

140,200 
138, 657 
141,931 
138,407 

145,571 
145, 572 
136, 733 
142, 239 



139, 395 
139, 793 

144, 766 

145, 875 

130,922 
I'M], ;65 
136,734 

143, 698 

134, 675 

140, 620 

141,276 
141,794 
138, <;56 
143, 512 

135, 431 
136, 066 



Johannes, J. G. (S^e Chollar & Johannes.) 

John,F. K., Moscow, RaftHia. Spring (Reissue).. 

Same Spring for vehicles 

John, J., Chicago, 1)1. Fire-proof floor and wall .* 

Johns, S. M. (See Panualee & Johns.) 

John.son, A. (See Evert 6c Johnson.) 

Johnson, A., Brooklyn, assijirnor of one-half interest to W. H. Johnson, New York, 

N. Y. Propelling CAnal-l>oat8 

Johnson, A., Brookl vn, N. Y. Bosom, collar, and similar articles of apparel 

Johnson, A., Now T^ork, N. Y. Railway-rail 

Johnson, A., San Francisco. Cal. Comi)ination plane 

Johnson, A. C, Rockfonl, 111. Table-leaf support 

Johnson, A. n., Bridgeport, Conn. Tongs for lifting fruit-cans 

Johnson, A. J., assignor of one-half interest to N. Y. Jones, Yicksburgh, Mich. Milking- 
)ail 



ohi 



Johnson, A. W. (See AVever Sc Johnson.) 

Johnson, A. W.. New Haven, Conn. Embroidery-attachment for sewing-machines 

Johnson, C.C, Somervillo, Mass. Toy money-box 

Johnson, C. H., New Brighton, Pa. Apparatus fbr making ozone 

Johnson, C. U., and W. Axford, White Hall, 111. Ice-creeper 

Johnson, D. A., Boston. Mass. Whiffletree 

Johnson, E., McLean County,Ill. Auxiliary-table 

Johnson, E. C, Williamsport, Pa. Machine for making wooden pins 

Johnson, E. C, South Providence, R. I. Ice-tongs 

Johnson, E. E., Painesville, Ohio. Window-shades 

Johnson, E. S., Jersey City, N. J. Ornamental pencil-case (Reissue) . . 

Same Pencil (Design) . . 

Johnson, F., Toledo. Ohia Rock-drilling machine 

Johnson, F. (t., Brookl^ii, N. Y. Gang-plank 

Johnson, F. V. (See Johnson, W. A. and F. V. and Worth.) 

Johnson, G. E., Smith Valley, N. Y. Com-shocker 

Johnson, G. F., assignor of two-thirds interest to W. G. Walter, and D. W. J. Hntton, 

Philadelphia,, Pa. Shirt-bosom supporter 

Johnson, G. II. (See Fryer &. Johnson.) 

Johnson, G. H., Bridgeport, Conn. Hub-band for the wheels of vehicles 

Johnson, G. H., assignor of one-half interest to W. J. Fryer, jr., New York, N. Y. Fire- 
proof building 

Johnson, G. H., and W. G. Fryer, jr.. New York, N. Y. Fire-proof roof 

Johnson, H. J. (See Chace, J*. K., assignor.) 

Johnson, H. M., Marshall, and C. M. Barker, Albion, Mich. Honey-box for bee-hives 

Johnson, H., Marshall, Mich. Rinper and bag-Iooper 

Johnson, J., et al. (See Hubbell, N. C, assignor.) 

Johnson, J., Lowell, Mass. Pad for horses' feet 

Johnson, J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Furniture-caster 

Johnson, J., Iowa City, Iowa. Wagon-loader 

Johnson, J., New York, N. Y. Machine for cleaning grain, nuts, &c 

Johnson, J., Harrisbnrgh, Pa. Heating-stove 

Johnson, J., Spring City, Pa. Heating-stove 

Johnson, J. A. (See Burr &, Johnson.) 

Johnson, J. B., San Francisco, Cal. File 

Johnttnn, J. B., assignor to Swain, Fuller & Co., Lynn, Mass. Machinery for shaping 

boot and shoe soles 

Johnson. J. B., Alma, 111. C^om-sheller - 

Johnson, J. B., and G. W. Monlton, Lynn, Mass. Machine for turning heel-rands 

Johnson, J. D., et al. (See Leoneard, T. D., assignor.) 
Johnson, J, E. (See Akera & Johnson.) 
Johnson, J. F., et aL (See Rigby, J., assignor.) 

Johnson, J. F., Cincinnati, Ohio. Hcmraer for sowing-machines 

Johnstm, J. G.,£lkton, assignor to the Lubricating Car-Axle Company, Baltimore, Md. 

Car-axle box 

Johnson, J. H., and J. E. Lavton, Springfiehl, Ohio. Railway-signal 

Johnson, J. O., New York, J^. Y. Fluid-meter 

Johnson, J. R., Benton Harbor, Mich. Fly-trap 

Johnson, J. W., assignor of two-thirds interest to I. Sayrs, Port Treverton, Pa. Fanning- 

mill 

Johnson, J. W., Columbus, Tex. Cotton-worm destroyer 

Same same 

Johnson, M., assignor of one-half interest to A. Feas, Three Rivers, Mich. Hoe 

Johnson, M. C, assignor to Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company, New Bedford. 

Mass. Jaw for lathe-chucks 

Johnson, M. M. (Hee Weeden, J. B., assignor.) 
Johnson. N. (See Pooley. T., assignor.) 

Johnson, N., Ntiwburgh', Minn. Harvester-dropper 

Johnson, N., Jasper, N. Y. Slide-valve for steam-engines 

Johnson, P., Springfield, Mass. Iron bridge 

Johnson, R., Gri ftin, Ga. Portable lence 

Johiison, S. (See Telling &. Johnson.) 

Johnson, S., James (Jrcck, Pa. Extension attachment for stove-pipes 

Johnson, L. S., and M. G., Cortland. N. Y. Articio of food 

Johnson, T. A., Portland, Me. Foot-rest for chairs 

Johnson, T. B. (Se-e Currau. J. H.. assignor.) 

Johnson, T. L.. Louisville. Ky. Fare-box 

Johnson, T. W., and A. W. (}oodell, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for making tannin 

extracts, &c 

Johnson, T. W,. Fort Madison, Iowa. Combined refrigerator and soda-water apparatus. . 
Johnson, W. (See Storle. O. O., assignor.) 

Johnson, W., Lambertville. N. J. Lathu-chuck 

Johnson, W., Milwaukee, Wis. Wrench 

Johnson, W., and M. Ranney. Northfield, Ohio. Shovel-plow 

Johnson, W. A. Sc F. V., and H. S. Worth, Oxford, Pa. Mode of fastcuirg buttons 

Johnson, W. II. (See Johnson, A., assignor.) 

Johnson, W. H., Springfield, Mass. Wax-thread sewing-machine 

Johnson, W. J. (See Nourse, L. 8., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Johnson, W. J., Allendale, England. Apparatus for condensing and purifying the 

smoke of metuUurgic furnaces 



Date.*- 



Doc. 16,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Dec 2,1873 



Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Oct. 28,1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 



Sept 

Oct 

Jan. 

Dec. 

June 

Apr. 

May 

Sept. 

Fel). 

July 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 



2,1873 
28, 1873 
28, 1873 
16, 1873 
24, 18rJ 
29,1873 

6,1873 
16. 18TJ 
11,1873 

1,1873 
25,1873 

1,1873 
15, 1873 



^1 



Dec 9, 1873 

July 1,1873 

May 27, 1873 

Sept .30, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
May 27, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 

July 22, 1873 

Aug. 12. 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 



Sept 23, 1873 

Dec 9, 1873 
Juno 24. 1873 
May 6, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Apr. 29. 1873 
Dec 16,1873 
Dec 16,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 



May 27, 1873 
June 10. 1873 
Nov. 18. 1873 
Dec. 23,1873 

Mar. 18. 1873 
Fob. 25, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 

Oct 14,lg73 



Jan. 
July 



7, 1873 
8,1873 



July 29, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
May 6,1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 

Feb. 4,1873 
Feb. 18, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



OfHcial 
Gazette. 



QQ 






610 
165 
155 



620 
790 
609 
893 
• 785 
101 

526 

140 
674 
689 
558 
774 
1,053 
168 
526 
306 
197 



84 
465 

346 

32 

789 

907 
907 

166 
622 

400 
153 
715 
730 
673 
346 

924 

655 

355 
925 



730 

347 

711 

168 

485 

1.054 

487 
487 
346 

770 



858 
XV2 
516 
757 

516 
727 
346 

278 

167 
260 

878 

355 

167 

96 

36 
623 



SOO 
55 
53 



204 
256 
202 
290 
259 
32 

179 

46 
223 
221 
183 
244 
332 

54 
179 

97 

66 



27 
145 

116 

11 

251 

308 
309 

55 
204 

128 
49 
237 
230 
222 
116 

291 

C221 

{222 

117 

291 






116 

224 

54 

160 

332 
160 
160 
114 

253 



274 

103 
175 
247 

170 



115 
92 

55 

88 

287 
117 

5:i 

31 

10,11 

5201 
{205 



^ 



4 
3 
4 



3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 



4 

4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 



4 

3 

4 
4 

3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
4 

4 

3 



4 
3 
3 

4 

3 
4 
4 
3 



3 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 



3 
4 

4 
4 
3 
4 

3 

1^ 






659 

20 

598 



202 
227 
458 
704 
337 
15 

307 

253 
463 
103 
655 
703 
484 
511 
307 
164 
24 
325 
364 
419 

625 

11 

592 

364 

304 

20 
202 

170 
257 
332 

463 
625 

474 

90 

172 
474 



334 

625 
698 
511 
191 

484 

649 
649 
282 

224 



5.08 
651 
543 
6d3 

305 
222 
282 

411 

20 
41 

115 
172 
511 

388 

130 
202 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



95 



Na 



134, 891 
135, 122 
135,123 
135, 479 
135,919 
.137,086 
139, 064 
146,005 

135, 124 

5,510 
144,677 
144, 678 

13ri, 039 
140, rMl 
142, 701 
1A353 

5,570 



140, 781 
140, 630 



137,373 
144, 618 



139,580 
140, 508 

139, 581 
143, 451 

140, 140 

142,792 

135, 647 
144, 619 
139, 675 
140, 046 
145,426 

140, 420 

140, 581 
137.687 
139, ikS 
142, 398 



144,767 
145,210 
137, 845 
137,846 
142,341 
142, 342 
142, :M3 
145, 5T3 
5,408 



138, 408 
142, 702 
144, 768 

137, 211 
135,341 
135, 342 
145, 657 

138,091 
1.35, 920 
142, 703 

145, 737 

141,562 
141,563 
143,767 
137, 688 

141, 059 
143, 578 



136.324 
134, 892 
VM], .Via 
i:W. 100 
134, 751 



Name, residence, and invenUozL 



Johnson, W. L. D. (5^ Warinner & Johnson.) 
Johnston, A., et aL {See Grotz, C, a8si{;nor.) 

Johnston, A., I..ockport, N. Y. Thrashing-machine 

Johnston, A., Ottuniwa, Iowa. Gathering or ruffling attachment for sewing-machines 

Same same 

Same Nee<lle setter, threaders, and cutter 1 

Same Tuck-creaser for sewing-machines 

Same Knffling or plaiting attachoieut for sewing-machines 

Same Ruffler and gatherer for sewing-machines 

Same Gathering and ruffling attachment for sewing-machines 

Johnston, F. S., assignor to G. S. Jones, Philadelphia, Pa. Chevron 



Johnston, H. M., New York, N, Y. Material for distemper painting (Reissue) . 

Same PostAl-card 

Same Treating paper and card-board to fix marks by metallic pencils 

Johnston, J. (See Adams, S. M., assignor.) 

Johnston, J., New York, N. Y. Graining or imitating wood 

Johnston, J. A., Montreal, Canada. Tailor's'measure 

Johnston, J. B., New York, N. Y . Ra ilw ay-rail 

Same Horseshoe 

Johnston, J. J., et al. (See Jackson, R. A., assignor.) 

Johnston, J. J., Columbiana, Ohio, assignor of part interest to J. Campbell and C. Seibert, 

Allegheny, Pa. Process and apparatus for evaporating lii^uids (Reissue) . 

Johnston Ruffler Company. (See Rush, A., assignor.) 

Johnston, T. \V., Chicago, lU. Car-starter 

Johnston, W. A., New York, N. Y. Emery-wheel 

Joice, S. A. (See Averell, J. D., assignor.) 

Joint, TV. (See Downing & Joint.) 

Jonas, F., assignor of one-half interest to G. O. Ray, Burlington, Iowa. Adjustable bit. . 

Jonas, F., assignor to self and G. O. Ray, Burlington, Iowa. Hub-boring machine 

Jones & Nimick Manufacturing Company. (S^ Seibert, J., as^ig^or.) 

Jones, A. T. (See Cooley, L. C, assignor.) 

Jones, A. T., Clinton, Wis. Froit-jar 

Same same , 

Jones, A. T., and L. C. Cooley, New York, N. Y. Preserving fruit, vegetables, &c 

Jones, B., State Lino City, lud. Sad-iron 

Jones, B. B. (See Wright Sc Jones.) 

Jones, C, Saint Louis, Mo. Puddling-fnmace 

Jones, C. £. (See Caylor, J., assignor.) 

Jones, D., assignor o^ one-half interest to National Tube Works Company, Boston, Mass. 

Coupling for pipe and oil-well tubing 

Jones, E., Boston, Mass. Api)aratus for the manufacture of coal-gas 

Same Sealing di p-pii)e of gas-works 

Jones, E. P., Shell Mound, Miss. Bale-tie ^ 

Jones, E. P., Greensborough, N. C. Seed-planter and fertilizer-distributer 

Jones, E. P., Shell Mound, Miss. Device tor detaching horses , 

Jones, E. W., Woodbaven, N. Y. Heel-trimming machine , 

Jones, F. A. (See Pacaad, E. J., assignor.) 

Jones, F. A., Boston, Mass. Hand-setting watcli , 

Jones, F. W., Orangeburgh, S. C. Automatic fan 

Jones, G., Poekskill, N. Y., assignor to T. J. Fisher, New York, N. Y. Lamp-bracket 

Jones, G. L., Vanville, Wis. Compound metal-working machine. •••••• 

Jones, G. S. (See Johnston, F. S., assignor.) 

Jones, G. W. (See Black & Jones.) 

Jones, G. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Toy-propeller , 

Snine Propulsion of vessels by direct action of steam , 

Jonoi*, H. C, Dowagiac, Mich. Grain-basket 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same Basket 

Same Grain- basket 

Jones, H. K., Kensington, Conn., assignor to The Hart, Bliven, and Mead Manufacturing 

Company. Machine for graduating carpentoi-s' squares (Reissue).. 

Jones, H. M. (See Fiteh Sc Jones ) 

Jones, H. P., Springfield, Ohio. Middlings-separator 

Jones, H. P., Davenport, Iowa. Steam- valve 

Same Kneading-board 

Jones, J. (See Wheeler, M. M., assignor.) 

Jones, J., New York, N. Y. Door -bolt 

Jones, J., assignor to W. A . Freeman, Newark, N. J. Plane for scraping 

Same Carpenter's bench 

Jones. J., assignor of one-half interest to J. F. Holmes, Providence, R. I. Hoisting- 
machine 



Jones, J., and J. and J. Dunkerley, Paterson, N. J. Carriage-axle box 

Jones, J. B., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-starter 

Jones, J. C, New York, N. Y. Refrigerator for transporting oysters, &c '. . . . 

Jones, J. E., et al. (See Corser, G. A., assignor.) 

Jones, J. G., Falmouth, Mass. Snading-machiue 

Jones, J. L. (See Jones, J. M. anu J. L.) 

Jones, J. L., Oxford, N. C. Machine for manufacturing plug-tobacco 

Same Machine for cleaning and preparing tobneco-loaves 

Jones, J. M., Paris, and J. L. Jones, Lexington, Ky. wheelbarrow . .' 

Jones, J. O., Brooklyn, assignor to self and A. Starke, New York, N. Y. Bolt- 
machine 

Same Bolt-heading machine 

Jones, J. O., Boston, Mass. Rake 

Jones, J. R,, et al. (See Brandels, S,, assignor.) 
Jones. J. T. (See Jones, T. J. and J. T.) 

Jones, J. T., Ilion, N. Y. Sewiiig-macliino 

Jones, J. W., Middleport, Ohio. Machine for chamfering and cruziug barrel-staves 

Jones, J. W., Towsfmtown, Md. Car-coupling , 

J(uie8, L. R., Carthage, lud. Safety- si irrup • 

Jones, M. D., Boston, Mass. Bracket lor fiower-pots.. 





Monthly 
volume. 


Official 
Gazette. 


Date. 






■ 


• 

o 

CO 






• 

a* 
to 


Jan. 14,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 21, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Fob. 18,1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
May 20, 1873 
Dec. 30,1873 


365 
572 
575 
80 
498 
370 
544 
894 


116 
187 
187 
25 
162 
115 
171 
290 


3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 


49 
81 
81 
134 
192 
398 
565 
704 


Jan. 21,1873 


576 


5 187 
il88 


I' 


81 


July 29, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 


1,019 
440 
441 


4 
4 
4 


126 
537 

5;n 


Jan. 21,1873 
July 1.1873 
Sept. 9, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 


511 
141 
338 
908 


""48 
113 
309 


3 
4 
4 

4 


76 

20 

281 

364 


Sept. 9,1873 


396 


132 


4 


286 


July 15, 1873 
July 8,1873 


391 
261 


134 

89 


4 

4 


59 
41 


Apr. 1,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 


85 
392 


28 
132 


3 
4 


364 
5:13 


June 3, 18T3 
July 1, 18r3 
June 3. 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 


117 

142 

117 

46 


39 
49 


3 

4 
3 
4 


618 

20 

618 

384 


June 24, 1873 


659 


207 


3 


693 


Sept. 16, 1873 
Feb. ll,18rj 
Nov. 18, 1873 
June 10. 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
July 1,1873 


427 
248 
394 
216 
556 
348 
66 


144 

78 
132 

70 
176 
116 

23 


4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 


299 
159 
.533 
642 
677 
6i5 
13 


July 8,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
June 3, 1873 
Sept. 2,1873 


218 

372 

118 

70 


73 

115 

39 

23 


4 
3 
3 
4 


37 
3!I8 
618 
248 


Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec. 2,1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
Apr. 15, ISTi 
Sept. 2,1873 
Sept. 2,1873 
Sept. 2,1873 
Doo. 16, 1873 


517 

153 

.'i23 

52:} 

17 

18 

19 

488 


175 
52 

16:1 

163 
6 
6 
7 

161 


4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 


543 
597 
424 
424 
24:1 
243 
243 
649 


May 13, 1873 


461 


145 


3 


546 


Apr. 29, 1873 
Si^pt. 9,1873 
Nov. 18, 18rj 


1,056 
338 
518 


332 
113 
175 


3 
4 
4 


484 
281 
543 


Mar. 2,5, 1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 


785 
792 
793 


259 
2.56 
256 


3 
3 
3 


337 
111 
111 


Dec. 16, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Sept. 9,1873 


.558 
754 
499 
339 


184 
239 
162 
114 


4 
3 
3 
4 


6.55 
4.52 
192 
281 


Dec. 23. 1873 


642 


209 


4 


673 


Aug. 5,1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 
Oct. 21,1873 


133 
134 
362 


42 

42 

120 


4 
4 
4 


146 
146 

428 


Apr. 8, 1873 
July 2i, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 


372 
657 
171 


115 
222 

58 


3 
4 
4 


399 

90 

403 


Fob. 25. 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Mar. 4, Ih73 
May 20. If'73 
Jan. 14, 1873 


860 
367 

i:»4 

«31> 

242 1 


277 

116 

49 

199 

79 


3 
3 
:i 

3 


232 

49 
25.r< 
.57vl 

40 



96 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FKOM THE 
Alphahetioal list of pfltenteea for the year 1873 — Continued. 



Na 



5,319 
136, Ta5 



137,083 

143, on 

143, 078 
143, 286 
140, 631 
143,827 
141, 932 

142,108 

143,354 
144, 908 

140, 831 
144,984 
138, 630 
142, 240 

137, 374 
145, 876 

5,294 

144,620 
145, 108 

144, 546 
140, 047 



145, 109 

141,356 

143, 768 

141,796 

141,357 

142. 855 

140, 782 

5. 370 

6,686 

<i, 694 

145, :J51 

145,352 

137, 450 

114,679 

135,560 

135,561 
139. 670 
139, 895 

140,711 

138,409 

139,466 



139,677 
144,338 
134, 893 
135, 125 
137,928 
143,983 

136, 73(5 
144. 769 
144,t<50 

6.349 
6.350 
6,991 
6,992 
6, 993 
6,994 

138, 500 

137, 689 

142. 025 

143, 452 
143,628 
137, 077 

144, 680 

146, 006 
134, 550 

139. 24'» 

136, 737 
110.277 
115, 06-2 

137, 451 

137, 45ii 



Kamo, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Jonoft, M. M., Morrisvillo, N. Y. Cotton-press (Reissa"?) . . 

Jones, N.. Syracuse, N. Y. Truss-pad 

Jones, N. V. {See Johnson, A. J., assignor.^ 
Jones, O. (See Murston & Jones.) 

Jones, P., Newark, N.J. Wheel for vehicles 

Jones, K. R., Pillar Point, N. Y. Wheel for vehicles 

Same same 

Same Device for detachiug horses 

Jones, S. H., East Albitny, N. Y. Leather-trimming machine 

Joues, S. J., Ilclena, Mout. Reciprocating-engine 

Jones, T. J. and J. T., Sharon, Pa. Machine for making paper-tubes 

Jones, T. O. (See Boon, A. T., assignor.) 

Jouef, W., Davenport. Iowa., assignor of one-half interest to Nelson, La Toarette &. Co., 

Bu8hnell,IU. Windmill 

Jones, W., New Albanv, Ind. Garden-weeding implement 

Jones, W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Macliine for turning carriage-axles 

Jones, W. A. (See (VHaire, J. A., assignor.) 

Jones, W. S., Damariscotta Mills, Me. Railway -oar stove 

Jones, W. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Bed-spring 

Jonson, J., assignor to I. Chase, Now York, N. Y. Float-valvo for horse-troughs, &.c 

Jordan, A. C, assignor to self and C. H. Bocsso, Now York, N. Y. Apparatus for cork- 
ing bottles 

Jorclan, G. W., Passaic, N. J. AtBusting-attachment to reversing levers, See 

Jordan, J., and A. Paul, Liverpool, England. Safety-valve 

Jordan, J. C. (See Cummings, Smith &. Jordan.) 

Jordan, L., and L. E. Smith, {assignors to the Collins Company, Colllnsville, Conn. 

Wrench (Reissue) . . 

Jordan. M. S., Til ton, N. H. Rod for drawing in warp-thread 

Jordan, R. K., Oakland, Cal. Horse-shoe 

Jordan, T. (See Gridley, F. R., assignor.) 

Jordan, W. A., assignor of one-half Interest to A. J. Aiken, New Orleans, La. Car-starter. 

Jordon, B. L., Mercersburgh. Pa. Chair-fan attachment 

Josef, P. P., «t oi. (See Bedell, O. T., assignor.) (Reissue.) 

Same (See Taber, W. D., assignor. ) (Reissue.) 

Joseph, N., San Francisco, Cal. Toy putty-blower 

Joss, G. N., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Sasbbalance 

Jowilt, J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter for oils, acids, &g 

Joy. H. P.. South Berwick Junction, Me. Knitting-holder 

Joyce, J. L., New Haven, Conn. Manufacture of boots and shoes < 

Joyce, S., New York, N. Y. Sprins-hinge 

Jud, J. B. F., New York, N. Y. Ink for stamping purposes 

Judd, A. D., New Haven, Conn. Window-button (Reissue) . . 

Same Bracket (Design).. 

Same Hat and coat hook (Design).. 

Same Metallic bracket 

Same Inkstand 

Judd, A. D. d: E. M., assignors to H. L. Judd, New Haven, Conn. Curtain -fixture 

Judd, D., Hinsdale, N. Y. Excavator 

Judd, E. M. (See Judd, A. D. & E. M.) 

Judd, E. M., New Haven, Conn. Bolt 

Judd, H. L. (See Judd. A. D. &. E. M., assignors.) 

Judd, H. L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cord-tightener for curtain-fixtures 

Same Curtain-hook i 

Judd, M., Wallingford, Conn. Fastener for the meeting-rails of sashes 

Judd, O. S., «t a{. (.S:^ Miller, C.G., assignor.) 

Judd, T., and C. H. Pierson, assignors to Philadelphia Gas-Machine Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Carbureting-apparatus 

Judd, T., and E. Doty, Janesvilie, Wis , assignors to the Philadelphia Gas-Machine Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for carbureting air 

Judson, E.. assignor to Giant Powder Company and Atlantic Giant Powder Company, 

San Francisco, Cal. Explosive compound or giant powder 

Judson, E. S. (See Judson, H. &. E. S.) 

Judson, H. &. E. S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lady's dress 

Judson, J. S., Austin. Minn. Spring bed-bottom 

Judson, W. B., New York, N. x. Spring-coupling for mattresses, scats, &c 

Juougst, G., Somers, N. Y. Bobbin for sewing-machine shuttles . .< 

Jurgous. L.. Prescott, Wis. Stove-pipe ,. 

Juvet, IT. A., Glen's Falls, N. Y. Watcb-ca.sc spring , %. 

Kacenivsky, J. K., Bridgeport, Conn. Expanding boring-tool 

Kade, C, Lexington, Mo. Combined table and secret writing-desk 

Kacstuer, C., Chicago, 111. Sifling-shovel 

Kagy, H., assignor to T. Potter, Sons & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Oil -cloth (Design).. 

Same same ( Design ) . . 

Same same ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) 

Same same (Design) . . 

Knllmes, J., San Francisco, Cal. Treating gold and silver ores 

Kalluieyer, G, Bremen. Germany. Button-hole sewing-machine 

Kaltenbacber. L.. LouiHville, Ky. Pantaloon-stretcher 

Kampfe, F., New York, N. Y. Lamp 

Kainphans. J, G., Pitt-aburgh, Pa, Child's carriage 

Kane, C. J., Milfbrd, Conn. Loom 

Kane, F. (See Gum. J., assignor.) 

Kane, J. F., assignor of one-half interest to S. Guthrie, San Francisco, Cal. Tap, plug, 

and faucet connection 

Kane. J. J., Brooklyn. N. Y. Burglar alarm 

Kane. T. H., New York. N. Y. Dniwing-board 

Kane. W. D., Cliieajro, 111. Tuck croaser for Hewiug-machincs 

Kanne. W. ]£.. Baltimore. Md. OyHter- winder 

Kappo, W.J. H., Ouiiiev, III. <'hi«^keu-c<M)p 

Kappbn", L., Wooiist4»cK, III. Mi'dieal compound or bittiTH 

Kaicheski. X.. Belhville, X. J., UHHiguor to S. D. McMillan. truHtte, New York, N. Y. 

Waler-proof mate rial 

Same Pi ocirw* ol i eiidering librou.s juid text ilc uiaterialH watcrpioof 



Mar. 11, 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 



Mar. 2\ 1873 
Sept. 2:1, 1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 
S<pt. 30, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Oct. 21,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



Aug. 26, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
Nov. 35, 1873 
May 6,1873 

Aug. 26, 18TJ 
Apr. 1,1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 



Feb. 25.1873 
Nov. 18,1873 
Dec 2, 1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 
June 17, lerJ 



Monthly 
volume. 



Ofl[icial 
Gazette. 



Dec- 
July 
Oct. 
Aug. 
July 
Sept. 
July 
Apr. 
May 
June 
Dec. 
Dec 
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21, ler^ 

12, 1873 

29, 1873 

16, 1873 

15, 1873 

22, 1873 

27,1873 

3, 1873 

9, 1873 

9,1873 

1, 1873 

18, 1673 



Feb. 4, 1873 

Feb. 4, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
June 17, 1873 



July 8, 1873 
Apr. 29, 18rJ 



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June 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

May 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Mar. 



10, 1873 
4, 1873 
14, 187:J 
21, 18rj 
15, 1873 
28. 1873 
11.1873 
18, 1873 
25, 1873 
21, 1873 
21, 1873 
11,1873 
11, 1873 
11.1873 
11, 1873 
6,1873 
8,1673 
19. 1873 
7, 1873 
14, 1873 
25, 1873 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec 30. 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
May 27, 1873 
Mar. II, lH7:i 
June 21. 1X73 
Dec 2, 1873 



ta 



409 
347 



670 
669 
670 
843 
261 
412 
486 



661 
910 
643 

4.36 
706 
170 

771 
86 

758 



890 

395 

62 

325 

557 



63 

958 
363 
356 
959 
477 
392 
881 



Apr. 
Apr. 



1. IrT.i 
1, 1p73 



284 
285 
1^ 
442 

154 

154 
218 
433 



328 
1,057 



22 

219 
137 
368 
578 
590 
568 
348 
519 
601 



27 
373 
565 

47 
212 
665 



444 

8i>ri 
44 

730 

318 

771 

20 

iy.\ 

151 



p 



135 
115 



222 
230 
230 
290 
89 
137 
160 



217 
309 
219 

148 

54 

253 

28 

247 



286 

132 

20 

109 
176 



21 
312 
120 
117 
312 
163 



278 



95 

95 

49 

149 

49 

49 

70 

134 



111 
332 
333 



70 

46 

117 

188 
186 
188 
115 
176 
204 



116 

187 

16 

72 

220 



149 
290 
14 
231 
115 
245 



3 



3 
4 
4 

4 
4 

4 

4 



4 
4 

4 

4 
4 

3 

4 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 

4 

3 



4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 

3 
3 



4 



3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



4 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 

.3 
3 



bo 



287 
283 



328 
329 
329 
360 
41 

4:n2 

192 



215 
:(64 
564 

63 
570 
51L 

224 
364 
663 



s:3> 

533 
590 

516 
077 



590 
IJ2 
428 
172 
122 
303 
59 
462 
586 
608 
620 
621 
369 
537 

139 

140 
642 
667 



46 

464 

610 

643 
489 
49 
82 
42J* 
455 
282 
543 
560 
70 
70 
504 
504 
504 
505 
500 
399 
198 
384 
406 
328 



537 

704 

11 

.5H8 
282 
703 
587 

369 

369 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



97 



Alphabetical list of patentees for (he year 1873 — Continued. 




144, 681 

139.396 
141.508 
146,076 
140,278 

140,279 

135,126 
135,127 

142,479 
137. 078 
139.469 
143.910 
141,717 
141,564 
145, 427 
143, 287 

140, 832 
144,909 

5.220 
138,028 
145, 428 

139,896 
144,207 
142,546 

145, 574 

145, sm 

139,897 
140,280 

141,358 

137,453 
143,017 

141,682 

135, 815 

139,583 
145, 951 
138,410 



141,797 

5,645 

139.962 
144,985 



139,794 
1.19,318 
140,201 
140, 925 
135, 816 
137, 212 
137, 929 
144. 107 
137,454 
6,381 
139,250 



136,923 
144, 108 
135, 128 
141,359 



146,077 



134.894 

143. 163 
136,438 

143. 164 



144. 986 
144, 547 



Kar;;, M., assignor to self and M. Haber, Albany, X. Y. Cur-brake 

Karu, E. W. {See Kam, J. W. & E. W.) 

Kam. J.W.& E. W., Watkins,N. Y. Sleigh-mnner 

Karshner. W. W., Aubrey, Kans. Cooking-stove ^ 

Kaskel, J. W., Padacab, Ky. Candy-cutter 

Kastonbein, C, London. England, assignor to E. L. Ford, Bi*ooklyn, N. Y. Machine for I 

distributuig type 5 



Same Type-composing machine 



Kator,T., Hamilton, Canada. Piano sonnding-boiird 

Katzenstoin, L., New York, N. Y. Packing for piston-rods, &.c 

Eauffman, A. (See Bierbower, J., assignor.) 

Kauffman, M. J., Areola, 111. Windmill 

Kaufman, A., Davisville, CuL Plow-clevis 

Kaufman, D., Boiling Springs, Pa. Iron post for wire fences 

Kaufman, J. 6., deceased, by R. J. Morthland, administratrix. Nevada, Mo. Flour-bolt. . 

Kauftnan, P., Hudson, HI. Feeding-elevator for com-shellers 

Kavanagh, P., Canarsie, N. Y. Sheave 

Kaylor,E. Pittsburgh, Pa. Nut-lock 

Kayser, L., Hombnrg, assignor to J. B. C. Camozzi and H. J. Scbloesser, Frankfort, Ger- 
many. Railway-ga^e 

Kealy, J. P., and J. Kigney. Bridgeport, Conn. Sharpening-machine 

Same Pneumatic station-indicator 

Kear, 6. VY, (See Sax &. Kear.) 

Kearney, W., Belleville, N. J. Valve for wator-pipes (Reissue) . . 

Keating, J. M. D., New York, N. Y. Postal-card machine 

Keck. J.. Dwight^ 111. Car -coupling 

Kee, A. J. (See White & Kee.) 

Keech, E., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Elevator for buildings, &c 

Keecb, G., Centreville, Mich. Railway-tie 

Keech, L. P., assignor to J. Phelan, Bi-ooklyn, N. Y'. Paper file and binder 

Keefe, D. (See Boynton &, Keefe.) 

Keehn, F., Milwaukee, Wis. Printer's side-stick and quoin 

Keeler, H. J. (See Gardner, T. W., assignor.) 

Keeler, J., and C.C.Harris, Kewanee, HI. Windmill 

Keeler, J. F., Pittsborgh, Pa. Platform-scales 

Keeler, L. B., Westerville, Ohio. Reciprocating-chnm 

Keeley, O. B., et al. (See Smith Sc Brown, assignors) (Design.) 

Keely, N., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to self and W. P. Outtersou, Akron, Ohio. Paper- 
making machine 

Keen, G. W., Zanesville, Ohio. Nutlock 

Keen. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Steering-apparatus 

Keen, M. E. (See Keen, M. L., assignor.) 

Keen, M. L., assignor by mesne assignment to M. 1^. Keen, Jersey City, N. J. Furnace } 
for evaporating alkaline solutions, &c ". 5 

Keene, G. A., Lynn, Mass. Cturiaf^e-stop 

Keene, G. W. (See Beasley, J. &. iT, jr., assignors.) 

Keep, W. J., Troy, N. Y. Stove-grate 

Keffer, P., Reading. Pa. Shutter-fastener 

Kege. W., Lasellsville, N. Y. Fire-escape 

Keith, A. A. (See Townsend, Hughes & Keith.) 

Keith, A. B., trustee. (See Keith, J., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Keith, A. B. (See Shorey, S. W., assignor.) 

Keith, A. C. (See Carter & Keith.) 

Keith, C. A., Danvers, assignor to O. McKay, trustee. Boston, Mass. Manufacture of 
boots and shoes 

Keith, J., Providence, R. I., assignor by mesne assignment to A. B. Keith, trustee, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Metallic seam for uniting materials (Reissue) . . 

Keith, T.K., Haverhill. Mass. Sewing-machine 

Keith, T. K., Haverhill, and A. Seaver, Milford, Mass. Measuring-device for spooling- 
machine 

Keizer, L. R. ^ee Painter, W., assignor.) 

Kellam. D. C, Detroit, Mich. Window-screen 

Keller, H., Sauk Centre, Minn. Oil-can 

Same Reciprocating- winnower 

Keller, J. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Metal-drilling machine 

Keller, J. P., Hagerstown, Md. Straw-cutter 

Same Horse hay-rake 

Same Grain-drill 

Keller, M. B., Penn Township, Lancaster County, Pa. Shifting top for vehicles 

Keller, P., assignor to self and J. Heim, New York, N. Y. Gas-reguhitor 

Kellett, S., San Francisco, Cal. Center-piece (Design) . . 

Kclley, E. W., Lowell, .Mass. Machine for making horseshoe-nails 

Kelley, E. Y. (See Wellings &. Soules. assignors ) 

Kelley, T., et al. (See Caowallador. C. N., assignor.) 

Kellie, W. M.. Chicago, 111. Door-spring 

Kellogg, D., Ypsilanti, Mich. Peanut-heater 

Kellogg, D. W., Battle Creek, Mich. Traction or portable engine 

Kellogg, D. W., Battle Creek, Mich., and B. C. Coffin, New York, N. Y. Straw-burning 
attachment for steam-boilers 

Kellogg, E.H. (See Eggleston, J. S., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Kellogg, E. P., New York, N. Y. Combined tatting-shuttle and crochet-needle 

Kellogg. G. G. (See Morahan, B., assignor.) 

Kellogg, H. (See Crosby & Kellogg.) 

Kellogg, H., Floyd, Iowa. Wheelfor vehicles 

Kellogg. H., Mil ford. Conn. Manufacture of fur-coated fabrics 

Kellogg, O. W., Fond du Lac, Wis. Street-sweeper 

Kellogg, U. H., Jamestown, N. Y. Medical compound or opium-cure 

KeUogg, W. P. & Co. (See Trussell, J. W., assignor.) 

Kellogg, W. S. (See Hughes. H., assignor). 

Kellogg, W. T., Troy, N.Y. Blacksmiths' forge 

KellyTE H., Jackson, Tenn. Watehmaker's lathe 

Kelly, H. C. (See Sholes &. Kelly.) 

Kelly, L C. (See Knox, J. M., assignor.) 

Kelly, J., et al. (See Lord, T., assignor.) 

13 



Nov. 18, 1873 

May 27.1873 
Aug. 5. 1873 
Dec 30, 1873 

June 24, 1873 

June 24, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 

Sept. 2.1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
June 3,1873 
Oct. 21,1873 
Aug. 12, 1H73 
Aug. 5, 18TJ 
Dec. , 1873 

Sept. 20, 1873 
July 15. 1873 
Nov. 25. 1873 

Jan. 7. 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 

June 17. 1873 
Nov. 4. 1873 
Sept 2,1873 

Dec 16,1873 

Dec. 23, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
June 24, 1873 



July 29, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Juno 2. 1873 
Dec 301873 
Apr. 29, 1873 




Official 
Gazette 



Aug. 12, 1873 

Nov. 4.1873 
June 17, 1873 

Nov. 5,1873 

June 10, 1873 
May 27.1873 
June 24. 1873 
July 15. 1873 
Feb. 11. 1873 
Mar. 25. 1873 
Apr. 15. 1873 
Oct 28.1873 
Apr. i. 1873 
Fob. 4. 1873 
May 27, 1873 



Mar. 18, 18TJ 
Oct 28.1873 
Jan. 21,1873 

July 29, 1873 

Dec. 30, 1873 



Jan. 14.1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 



445 

858 

88 

955 

775 

777 

579 
580 

140 
666 
23 
482 
281 
i:}5 
349 

844 
437 
&t3 

211 
697 
350 

434 
34 

200 

489 

758 
435 
779 



959 
155 
620 

446 
401 

119 

849 

1,058 



150 

274 
27 

308 
C245 
)246 
(246 
J 247 
• 188 

189 

46 

221 

7 

162 

92 

43 

117 

291 
149 
219 

68 
221 
117 

134 
10 
65 

161 

248 
135 
247 



312 

50 

211 

f 150 

;[l51 

129 

40 
276 
333 



356 117 



707 239 



707 
326 



o 



3 

4 
4 



3 
3 

4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 

4 

4 
4 

3 
3 

4 

3 
4 
4 



4 

.3 
3 



4 
3 
4 

3 

3 
4 
3 




4 

3 



3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 



3 
4 
3 

4 

4 



3 
4 



4 

4 






537 

598 
142 
709 

703 

703 

82 
82 

253 
328 
610 
438 
166 
146 
625 

360 

63 

564 

23 

447 
625 

667 
481 
258 

649 

683 
667 
703 



122 
369 
325 

537 
170 

618 
700 
485 



172 

493 
671 

570 

651 
592 
698 
70 
171 
337 
429 
463 
369 
127 
588 



305 

464 

62 

122 

709 



3 50 

4 ' 334 



251 
334 



570 
516 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROU THE 



AlpliaitlitM! litt of patentee* for Ihe fear 1673— Continued. 



Name, nsldeoce, and It 



KbIIt, R, Red Bank, Cal. Ci 

Kt!l];, W., LonlivUte, E;., aHlgaarof we-hair interest to T. CColetaw. Manafactara 

or atcel caslTnEB (Keiaaoe)., 

Sane Hold and con for oastiDg etwl «Kel»iu).. 

Kelt)', W., Ba]tlniore,Md.,aaaiKDoro[oDe-lialflntereatlo W. AniialToug. MarlloaluTf h. 

Vi,V». Combined ell-oan and torch 

Kelly, W.K., New Brunawiok, N.J. Steam-generBtor. 

Same Sectional eteam-KenenUot 

SelaeT, F., and F. H. Hoamer. uSd Uoamer aaaiimar of 

mer. Sandusky. Otilo, Uacbine fordrenalng fliili 

Ketaey, H.. Ottawa, Kann. FrQi^galherer 

KpIhi;, O. S., Hartford, Conn. Hoi-alt InniBce 

Kelwf. W, A,, Hnriden. Coon. Prlntl^-preaa 



r of one-half inlereat to J, J 



Mont hi J 



Kemp, 't. i'. \Stt Nealey li Kemp.) 

Kiwoe, E., aaalgncir to aelf and S. C. Newton, Richmond, Ta. S«wlng-macbiae fan at. 



S.. New llritaln. Conn. Tobacco- baoeer . 
Kompton. D. W. tSee Uurill 11 Kemptou.) 
Kendall, C. H., MoCooiiBllBburEb. Pa. Car-conpling. . 

Kendail, E., eioJ. (Sm Lane, f. A., awlnnor) 

" '• "-Lperprodoct.... 



J. L., Foiboronah, ilasa- __ 

Kendall, L.B. tSre Wilson & KandaU.i 
KenderitlDe, T., Lisbon, Iowa. Combined 
Kendrick, A. W., et aL (Su Eatell, S. F., i 



and knife or fork.. 



V. Throop, SyracBse. N. T. 



Kendrick, J.. €t oL (gee Crowell, J. B.. aaalgnor.) 

Seme. tSft Wineer, J- S-, aaaJEoor.) 
Kendrick, J. H., ti ai. (Sm CreweU, J. H., aMianor.) 
Kendrick Loom-Harneaa Company. LSre Crowell. J. H.. aHlsnoT.) 
Kendrick, P., Trenton. N. J. Uetbod of [uteniogblockalD triple-elialna -- 

Same Car-oooplJng 

Kendrick, T. D., Boston, U a w- Spark -atreater 

KenSeld. F. (AwCooke Jt Kenfleld.) 



iHton, C., si at. {Bft Coy, F. W.. aaBlsno 
Iston, C-, Somervllle, Mass.. aaslgnorto th 
ach]nefbrsklTiDj;oc — ' — 



for leatlH 
KcnialoD, U. 
Kenned J. A. 



C, SomerviHe, a 



De-Michineij MannbctnrinR Comi 
W. BntlerfleUl, BoalOD. Masa. f 



imcrrjlle. Masa. Metal-fastening material Ibr Ieathe^wo^k 

, Bmnswick, suiijiior by mesne aHlgDment to J. U. Segnr, Akrei 

rihlo. Apparatiu tor tranamltting Du.tlen {Beiaaa« 

ihlnetor •beariaii sheep (Helaaae; 



Kennedy, i)., Brooklyn, 
Fe medy, J., aaalinior to m 
Kennedy, J. C, Toledo, O 

cliarginE sod a-fuud tains 

Kennrdv, J- W., Saint Luala. Mo. Derrlek and 
- oupling 



d, Maaa. Appaoita* for 






game Fire-proof Mansard too/ 

Kennedy, P.,)r.. and A. B. Diss, ■Watertown.N.r, Carooapling 

Kennedy, S.,AllBgbeny City, Pa. Griddle 

Kennedy, T.j If at (Sfr Gordon, W,.tt8«iKnor.) 

Kenney. M. M., Travis, Ten. Method of adjualine signaling mirror* 

KonricVA. ($» Srntt, T.. assignor.) 

Kent, A., assignor of one half Interest to J. Frildrich, BsKlmore. Md. Safcty-atnd 

Kent. B. L, Coateevflle, Pa. Earth-closet 

Kent, £- F; rtaL (Ha Tbnrber, A. E., isalpl'.r.) 

Kfut. J. {Sf* WcwI.mnFvliLrLrl AV dkH IT au'mnn \ 
KeDt.J.,NB1l 



Not. II, 1873 
Ang- Sa, l( 



Dec S3, 1073 I «9 ! 



Fab. IS, It 



me Haugerfor pnllcys. 

.1., Buifalo.N. Y. Reod-orgi 
L. assignor of one-half inle 



lo G. A. Prince. Boffalo, K. Y. Re«d-orgwn.. 

-0-harveeter 



Ljaud, Oreg. Kailway-b' 



li>. M3 Kemodle. J. 



_ o J.Gaj.PhiUdelphla,?*. Carpet (Derignl. 

H.S., aBBignortoLeedoni,ShBwl:t9tewart.Pblladelpbla,Pa. Carpet. .-(I>«iilKn). 

5ame same .... (Design). 

J.,. assignor to W. H. Tawen. Boston, Masa. flaToring, ooating. and putting np 



Kershaw,J, U. (SEsBurridEa & Kerahaw.) 

Kersten,H., Wbeellne, W.Va. Corpse-preasrver 

Korstino.H.C.,CleTe&nd,Ohlo. Grate-bar 

Kerstlng. F-, BiisiEOor of two-thirds Inlereat to C, Kodow and B. F, Bmadwell 

pids,aich. KeSning Tarnishes 

KerTan,F.B..<laI. (&( Park, F.. assignor) 

Keasherger.A.. Sprin(rfisld.lll Aula and tbimble-skein for Tehiclca , 

K™i«!,II. n.,<;l™,K.Y. Ciiriiot.faateniT 



Km. II. 18 
June 17, U 



¥e\i. 18, 18 
Apr. ». IS 



3epI.t3,U 

Not. », K 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
AlphtiMieal IM of paUntae* far tte ytar 1873— Cod tinned. 



99 




.-Combined fill 

SDffbl.W.. uiil H, EHger, HotxAen, }•'. J. UnwtDg-board 

KevM. a, Benninatod, Tt Bleiun-iwller faraaoe 

K[£be, H, C. tl <£ tSa Dlaney. U., huIkdot.) 
K1bl>y,R,C, (SM Rnpn tKiblre.) 

KIblloftar, P. F..UlUenbnrah,Ind. EaTa-traaita 

Elchline,W.E. ($» FrukeDBsld A KiclillDe.1 

Klcbasr, J.T., nd W.a.Od*lutt,PblUde!pbU,PL UeUl-plulng nucblne.. 

Ktddlmn Work* CempiuiT. (8« GlMKni, W., iHlgnor.) 

Kidd.J.a.uidM.L.M«llTme,BnwkIvn.N.Y. Cnliiuirj pot ( 

Kidder, C. F., Millbnrgh, UiH Tbill-ranpllng .... 
Kidder. J. U.,aHi|mor to nelfuid O.K. H«>d,ZawT 
Kidder. J. H.,Lnwr 



Kidder, I. H. 



[ood. LttvreHe. Af i 
IE, A. L. {Btx Bercbtnaen ft Klegltni 
F.,ClDoliiraitl.Oblo. WuhiDK- ' 



L. [Set Berab^nveTi 

JlDoiniuiti "'^' ~ 

Klhlgren.C.A. (5h Uoore ft Wji 
Kllbom. J., ualgDor of one.tbli 

KllborD, C. 



>d».B.H«>d,Zi 



KUbur 






'., Kbi 



morUselfudJ.H 
Ban for cbalr-buki 
■MkCiU. CoD]dliiK ' 



ird iDtoreat ta W. Onlller. CUugo, HI. Cacn.bu-- 
G >i«.' PhiUdet'[ihiA,'i^ ' Ftjding Glib II ^ 



. hlUdelpblft, P«. InaldebliDd 

Kilgore,J. L.,Cleiolainfohlo. Uaklne bmrelhoad* 

Kll)(o™,J.L., Wilmington. DeL Foldlng-beilBUwl 

Eilner. J. U., Cfa eater. Great BiiUln. Butdetacbing appustua 

8»n» CbiHflKmpar. - 

S1mlnll,B., Saint L<tali,MD. (Jotton-bale tie 

Klm)>aI1. G.E., New York, N.y. Sewlns-mublne brake 

Kliubm.E. A..Mglgiior to nlf, J. £. Kimball, and E. Htrritt. AbiiiKdoii.Haas. Cat 

..(Eiten^on.l 



(fai. (SH Kinlu)], E. A 



ir pUDlDg or moldlDf; m 



144, 3U« 
143, 3ST 



:., UwitB*8(atli>B,Oblo. Petal 

ie, i). U. and G. K) 

■k.N. Y. Skirt-prol«(or. . 

i-j. Spficlaclf* 






, XdgliBh k. Ovci 

King7j.,oViiDoj,"ilV.''Miichfnefor'fllVTaifngWlitog'nMto 
KinK. J., Onwi-gii, N. Y. ='■■■- ' • — '-- •->•'— 



in-tablei... 
r^iaK,.j. A., namouri^n, iDWa- » ell-boring macbiDA 
King, J. F. (Sm Dennev, W. H.. Beaignor.) 
King, J. U.,alal. (^fei LhsG.U., aMlgnoT.) 
KiuK, J. W. (S« King, A. D. ind J. tP.) 
King, P. F.. Saiai LodTb, Mo. Nut and bolt fwtenin|L 
King. H. T., Pan*. III. llardeDiaK tbn norTicva at iroi 
KiDg,S.D.,MiddleU.wi -- - -" 



olog tbe Bnrf«c™ 



King,S.L. j&i Woodaide. G. TT.. ogaignar.) 
King,S.M., tJmcaiter.Pa. Sbiagl^.miichine.... 
Klng,'r.M., UurfreAibortidgli.Ti-nn. Harrow.. 
King. V. A. {See Pntl &. £ug.) 
KinK.W.C., Pittebnrgb.Pa. Molassopitohor... 

Sime Jellv-Jnr 

Same Candy .Jar lid 

King. W. F,, GonzaleB tkiRPtv. ti 
King, W. H., WeatbDry, EngUnd 
— -W.kL (&.Storick,8.X.- 



iry, EUlgland. Pocket-bepk . , 



Klngui, T, D.. Indianapolis, Tnd. Appuati 

Same AppantaB Tot oooling air . 

Rame Kefrlgerator 

" \pparatr- ' " '- - 

id L. P. 



9 for Moltbg rooinaand buildlngi .. 



KlngdoD. T. R^and L. P. Dodg«. Now York N. Y. Uill for grlDdlng paint. 
Kingman.J. W.,and A. E<irg[-iui.Ijarami«CltT, Wyn. Biuoke and eleamb 

KlngBbnrT,G.J.. KncbealerrN.Y. CrackermacbuM 

KlngBbnrv, H.. RaoheHti'r.N.Y. Batblirier 

KlngBrurd. T., Oswego, M. T. Appanlnit Ibr the raaDuTaotuie of etarch... 



KlngHland, t.B. (.«h Will>,H. A .aMignor) 

KlngsleT.S.W. (*w Warner A, KlngaUy.! 

Klugvill,J.F.,Vbicago, IlL Batcbetplnion 

Same HamWer 

KInne, E. M., Cabo, N. T. FMtoDlbg for baltrrrlDgm Ai 
Kionev. F. K., New York, N. F. Uachlne for cuMlug lot 

Kliinev, R. B., LMnardarllle. N. Y. TblU^onpling 

Klnli, n. J., Oreeoe, N. Y. Uedioal oompouDd for linlmi 







X-*t\'^i 








Nov. 16,1813 


8eptS3,l9n 




ii IJIES 


^.l\t\ti^ 


Aog.a«,1873 




























Deo. 16, 1BT3 


Sept IB, im 


July 8,1873 




Sept. 30. 1853 




Joly 8.1873 








Deo. 9.1873 


J»n. U, IBTJ 


Apr.E,18T3 








Aug Ifl itm 






Apr. 8,1873 


May SO, 1873 




May e,1873 








Sept S3, 1873 
Fet. 18.1873 
















ing.is,i8rj 






Deo. il,l873 










f£SlS 



100 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Atphahetical list of patentees far the year 1873 — Continued. 



Na 

136, 654 

139,066 

139, 319 
142,165 
146, 079 

140,713 
i:i5, 343 
138,566 

140, 9S6 

144.309 
141,933 
1 (3, 912 
142,111 

136, 839 

137, 692 

138. 504 
141.878 

139. 796 
136,525 

136, 439 



144, 772 
5, 385 
136.603 
137,932 
140,376 
143, 984 
142, 635 

138,029 

6,880 

136, 072 
143.985 
142, 921 

135, 344 
139, 163 

142,027 
135,818 



144, 394 
145,300 
i:i5,992 



145,952 

141,360 

5,708 



145, 505 



136.655 
145,214 
139,164 

141,566 
137, 213 
140,927 
134. 898 
143.913 
134. 679 
141,005 
138. 258 
142, 243 
144,110 
142,704 
142,400 
142,636 
144,339 

145,506 
139, 165 

145. 805 
142, 922 



Name, residence, and inTention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
Tolnme. 



{/} 



Mar. 11, 1873 2.0 



Kintz, J., Meriden, assignor to self and P. J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Die for form- 
ing tubes 

Kintz, J., West Meriden, assignor to J. Kintz, Meriden, and P. J. Clark, West Meriden, 

Conn. Chandelier 

Kintz, J., assignor to self and P. J. Clark, West Meriden, Conn. Coloring-matter 

Same Chandelier-center. 

Same Lantern 

Kintzcl. J. M. (See Green Sc Kintzel.) 

Kinzel.G. J.. Knoxville, Tenn. Track-lifter 

Kinzer, J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Car-axle box 

Kinzer, J., assignor to self, R. Pitcairn, D. M. Watt, and J.J. Torley, Pittsbargb, Pa. 

Seal-lock 

Kinzer, J., IMttsburgh, Pa. Hasp-lock 

Kip Manufacturing Conipnny. (6^« Hays, C, assignor) (Reissue.) 

Kirby, G. W., Detroit, Mich. Saw-gage 

Kirby, J., jr., Adrian, Mich. Lamp 

Kirby, S. K.. Detroit, Mich., assignor to J* Hoyt, New York, N. Y. Kiln for drying lumber. 

Kirby, W. A., assignor to self and D. M. Osbom, Auburn, K Y. Mowing-machine 

Kirch.F. A., Mansfield.Pa. Sleigh-brake 

Kircber, J., New York, N. Y. Obtaining sulphur, sulphuric acid, and sulphnrets of 

sodium and potassium from gas-lime, SiC 

Same Obtaining bisulphide of carbon from gas-lime, &c 

Kirchhofer, L. F., Union Hill, Sf. J., assignor by mesne assignment to J. E. Wbeeler. 

Process for preserving milk 

Kirchhofter, G. W.. Chicago, 111. Refining butter 

Kirchner. G. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Tray for sewing-machines 

Kirk. E. W. {Sm Buck & Kirk. ) 

Kirk, J., Newark, N. J. Photographic negative 

Kirk, P. C. ( See Da vis, R. . assignor. ) 
Kirk, P. C, et cU. (See Siner, J. B., assignor.) 

Kirk, S. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Separating precious metals from ores 

Kirkham, G. B., New York, N. Y. Tre«dlo (Reissue) . . 

Same same 

Kirkham, L. G., Derbj', Conn. Machine for boring blind-stiles 

Kirkham, T. C, Ancaster, Canada. Card-grinding machine 

Kirkhart, J. F., and J. Ramsay, Long Creek Township, Iowa. Water-wheel 

Kirkpatrick, C. H^ La Fayette, Ind. Hay-elevator 

Kirkpatrick, W. H. (See Barrett & Fenimore, assignors.) 

Klrkup, L., New York, N. Y., assignor of two-thirds interest to Steele 8c Condlct, Jersey 

City, N. J., and H. Wilson, Brootlyn. N. Y. Wrougbt-iron beam 

Kisch, D., New York, N. Y. Ruche-bolder (Design) . . 

Kisner, D. P., et al. (See Borden, T., assignor.) 

Kisor, J., Nevada, Ohio. Fruit-gathei-er 

Kissel, J., Cassopolis, Mich. Punching and shearing machine 

Kistler. W. F., assignor to Thomas &ltobinson, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sheet-metal bending- 

machine 

Kitch, W. W., Crestline, Ohio. Snap-hook 

Kitson,G.L., assignor to self and G. W. Carr, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic regulating- 
valve 

Same same 

Kit son, G. L., and J. Benner, assignors to selves and G. W. Cai r, Philadelphia, Pa. Seal- 
lock '. 

Kitson. R. (5eeHardin^,D., assignor.) 

Same (See W oton, W., assignor.) 

Kitson, R., Lowell, Mass. Cotton-opener '. 

Same Feed-regulator for cotton-openers 

Kittle, J., East Bend, N. (J. Combination padlock 

Kitzmiller, E. A., et al (See Cuddy, J., assignor.) 
Kitzmiller, E. A. (See Todd. W., assignor.) 

Klar, J., Shelbyville, IlL Corn-planter 

Klee, J., Dayton, Ohio. Bottling liquids 

Kleemann, C. A., deceased, by K. Kleemann, executrix, assignor to C. F. A. Hinrichs, 

Brooljyn, N. Y. Lamp (Reissue) . . 

Kleemann, K., executrix. (See Kleemann, C. A.) (Reissue.) 

Klein, A. (See Hamburger, Siskind &, Klein.) 
Klein, C. C. (See Atkinson &, Klein.) 

Klein, C. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary engine .' \ Dec. 16,1873 

Klenen, F., et al. (See Simpson Sc Drake, aasisnoi's. ) 
Klenen, H., et aL (See Simpson 8c Drake, assignors.) 
Klenen, M.. et al (^See Simpson i& Drake, assignors.) 

Kline, A. K., Readington, N. J. Car-coupling 

Kline, C. W., Beloit, Wis. Wind-wheel 

Kline, R., and R. M. Jack, assignors of one-third interest to F. G. Pompcji, Pottstown, Pa. 

Running-gear for carriages 

Kline, T. D., Opelika, Ala. Rail wav cattle-guard 

Kloozewski, A., and D. Mindelcff, \yashington, D. C. Mucilage 

Kloman, A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Amiaratus for cooling and removing blast-furnace slag 

Klotz, D. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Tray, or show-boara 

Klotz. P., assignor to B. C. Bibb, Baltimore, Md. Name-pUte for stoves 

Knaffl, R., Nashville, Tenn. Guitar 

Knapp, A. M., Lowell, Mass. Breast-cup 

Knapp, E., San Francisco, Cal. Sash-holder 

Knapp, J. H., New York,!N. Y. Pen and pencil case 

Knapp, J. W., Cross River, N. Y. Fish-grappling spear 

Knapp, M. H.,Fulton,N. Y. Treadle for sewing-machines 

Knapp, O. B., Brandon, Wis. Windmill 

Same same 

Knapp, W. M., Muncie, Ind. Trestle for painting coach -botlies, &c 

Knaus, W. C. (See Furr 8c Knaus.) 

Kneeland, S. R., Chailestown, Mass. Screw-driver 

Kneisly, C. F , and W. Wensthoff, assignors to Farmers' Friend Manufacturing Company, 

Dayton, Oliia Manufacture of shafting 

Knevals. C. B., New York. N. Y. Ventilating car- window 

Knickerbocker, M., New Lenox, IlL Corn-planter 



May 20, 1873 

I May 27, 1873 

Aug. 36, 1873 

Dec. 30, 1873 

July 8,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 

May 6,1873 
July 15, 18TJ 

Nov. 4,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Mar. 18,1873 

Apr. 8,1873 
May 6,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 

Mar. 4,1873 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Apr. 29, 18T3 
Mar. 11,1873 
Apr. 15,1873 
July 1, 1873 
Oct. 28,1873 
Sept 9,1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 
Srpt 9,1873 

Feb. 18,18T3 
Oct 28,1873 

Sept 16. 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 

May 20, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 



Nov. 11,1873 
Dec 9, 1873 
Feb. 18,18TJ 



Dec. 30, 18T3 
July 29, 1873 

Dec 30,1873 



Mar. 11, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 



May 

Aug. 

Mar. 

July 

Jan. 

Oct 

Jan. 

July 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Oct 

Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

Nov. 



90,1873 

5,1873 

25,1873 

15. 1873 

14, 1873 

21, 1873 

7,1873 

22,1873 

29, 1873 

26,1873 

28,1873 

9,1873 

2,1873 

9, 1873 

4,1873 



Dec. 16,1873 

May 20, 1873 
Dec 23, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 



546 
790 
707 
957 

.«3o : 

794 

90 , 
525 

35! 
487 I 
483 , 
663 , 
447 

377 

29 

443 
335 
155 

74 



521 
1,116 
237 
594 
34 
568 
382 



94 
172 



233 
309 

112 

257 

29 
175 

10 
161 
163 
218 
148 



850 
961 

999 



425 



699 221 







628 
569 


206 
189 


530 
795 


181 
257 


641 
566 


200 
187 


403 


130 



276 
313 

322 



1.39 
140 



Official 
Gazette. 






3 
3 
4 
4 



104 
50 



352 
80 

187 
11 

189 
93 



196 67 
239 80 
558 184 



4 

4 
3 



4 

4 



281 


94 


157 


54 


643 


SOI 


136 


43 


787 




526 


176 


371 


118 


484 


163 


171 


56 


614 


207 


926 


292 


773 


354 


677 


224 


340 


114 


71 


23 


282 


93 


138 


46 


430 


140 


644 


901 


699 


229 


531 


181 



4 
4 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 

4 

3 



4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 



3 
4 

3 
4 

4 
3 

3 
4 



m 



277 

565 
592 
219 
709 



4 46 
3 111 

! 

3 ' 505 

4 70 



481 
192 
438 
216 
300 

399 
500 

188 
651 



3 258 
3 251 



544 
489 
273 
4:)0 
11 
455 
276 



447 

270 

202 
455 

308 
111 

573 
198 



3 i 171 



506 
617 
197 



701 
122 

713 



4 i 644 



3 


277 


4 


598 


3 


573 


4 


146 


3 


:«7 


4 


70 


3 


50 


4 


438 


3 


20 


4 


87 


3 


474 


4 


225 


4 


464 


4 


281 


4 


248 


4 


277 


4 


489 


4 


644 


3 


5TJ 


4 


678 


4 


308 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1ST3. 



101 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 



Name, residence, aud invention. 



Date. 



7,034 

i:n, m 

137. 214 
140. 048 



144. Ill 
140, 142 
138.807 
144,112 
146,007 
136,073 



140, 421 
144, 113 
139, 251 



134,992 

142, 401 
138, 753 

5,313 

134,899 

135. 345 
136, 074 
142, 402 

137,455 

137,079 

143, 165 
144, 395 
137,933 
134.809 
140,509 



140,143 
141, 144 

138,898 

145, 215 
144,550 
5,221 
135,130 
137.215 
141,278 
137,778 
145, 575 
135, 131 



135.346 
135,347 

136, 248 

137,216 
140.049 
134, 993 
137, 217 
143,081 
141, 567 
143,580 

142,797 
137, 004 

134,900 
141,3(^1 
142,856 

136,739 

143,986 

145.878 
136,377 
144,773 
i:{5, 132 
141,279 
145.353 
134,752 
142,028 



KniRht. E. (See White Sc Knight.) 

Knight, E. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Arranging coacheH in railway cars (Extension) . 

Same Mofle of arranging couches in railway-cars (Extension)., 

Knight, H., assignor to J. Gay, Philadelphia, Pa. Carpet (Design) . . 

Knight, J. E., Hydo.Park. Mass. Self-acting spinning-jack 

Knight, J. R., and J. P. Cobiim. Greenfield. Mass. Bed-urinal for medical purposes 

Knight, L.. assignor of one-half interest to J. H. Thomas aud A. Whitlock, Salem. N. Y. 

L4X»se pulley 

Knight, N. N. (See Woi-ster, R.. asgignor.) 

Knight, S. D., Bryan. Ohio. Saw-jointer 

Knight, W., and N. \V. Lewis, Bridgeport. Conn. Clutch 

Knisley, J. H., and J. C. Ferguson, Rainsborough, Ohia Wagon-standard 

Knoll, G., San Franciso, Cal. Construction of tunnels and sewers 

Knopp, J., Columbiana, Ohio. Sausage-outter 

Knorr, J. F., New York, N. Y. Harness-mounting 

Knott, E. B. (See Gaunt, J. F., assignor.) 

Knott. R. (^<^4 Hall & Knott) 

Knowles, D., Philadelphia, Pa. Hoisting apparatus 1 

Knowles, D. W., Hotcnkissville, Conn. Splicing for fence-rails 

Knowlea, J. H., Lawrence, Mass. Loom-filling fork 

Knowles, K J., Worcester, Mass. Method of operating valves of pumping-enginto. . (Ex- 
tension ) - 



Same Loom 



Same Loom-stopping mechanism 

Knowles, W. W., assignor to Atwater Manufacturing Company, Plantsville, Conn. 

Shaft-iron for carriages 

Knowlton, A., assignor to J. Hill, trustee, Boston, Mass. Machine for arranging nails. 

(Reissue) 

Knowlton, A., assignor to J. W. Brooks, trustee, Boston, Mass. Machine for making boot 

and shoe heels v 

Same Mac^hine for selecting and delivering nails. 

Same Nail selecting and delivering machine 

Knowlton, A., assignor to Knowlton & James, Boston, Mans. Machinery for crimping 

boot and shoe nppeirs 

Knowlton & James. (See Knowlton. A., assignor.) 

Knowlton, C. H., assignor of one-half interest to F. 6. Cook aud J. D. Spear, Rockland, 

and J. E. Robinson, Augusta, Me. Car-coupling 

Knowlton, J. L., assignor of one-half interest to W. E. Walton, Sh.iron Hill, Pa. Car- 
brake 



Knox. J. E., Ballston Spa. N. Y. Car-coupling 

Knox, J., Three Rivers, Mich. Shuttle for sewing-machines 

Knox, J. M.. assignor to self and I. C. Kelly. Rensselaer. Ind. Cultivator 

Knox, M. W., Sheridan, N. Y. Mowing-machine knife-grinder 

Knox, R. F., assignor to Palmer, Knox & Co., San Francisco, Cal. Rotary -blower 

Knox, W. BL (See Brower & Knox.) 

Same (See Brower. S. P., assignor.) 

Knndson, A. A., Brooklyn. N. Y. Printing-telegraph 

Knndson, O., Efiangham, HI. Combined roller and planter 

Knut«on, P. (See Weber & Knutson.) 

Koch, F,, and R Bra^s, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to J Boyle, New York, N. Y. Sewing- 
machine 

Same Sewing-machine 

Koch, G., Cass. Pa. Well-drill 

Koch, J. C, Brooklyn, N.Y. Portfolio (Iteissue). 

Sam e Portf ol i o f or m n sic 

Koch, R., New York. N.Y. Governor for gas-exhausters. Sec 

Koeb. G., assignor to self and J. B. Korn, Springfield, Ohio. Car-coupling 

Koegel, C. H., Buffalo, N. Y. Weight-hooks for knitting-machines 

Koeller, H. H., Camp Point, HI. Dropper for seed-phintera 

Knhler. J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for dressing nuts and bolts 

Kohn, T. (See (jillespie & Kohn.) 
Kolb, A. (5to Kolb, J. and A.) 
Kolb, C. (See Wirth, A .. assignor.) 

Kolb.J.and A., Oxford, ImL Door-check 

Kolle, C, New York, N. Y. Exercisiug-machiuo 



Kollock, M. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Railway car-truck . 



Same Dummy-engine 

Komp, A., New York. N.Y. Neck-tie supporter 

Konold, C, Pittsburgh. Pa. Die for forging frowers 

Koons, C. B.. Philadelphia. Pa. Soldering apparatus 

Koons, J., New Auburn, Minn. Grain-separator 

Kooser, J. H., Pckin, HI. Washing-machine 

Kopping, J. G.. and J. Weideman, assignors-of one-half interest to A. R Henry, Clinton, 

Iowa. Baking-powder for bread 

Koppitas, J., Boston, and F. R Maver. Cambridgeport, Mass. Coloring leather 

Korn, C ., Brooklyn, N. Y. Leacding and tanning apparatus 

Kom. J. R (See Koeb, G., assignor.) 

Korting. E., Vienna, Austria. Steam-condenser 

Same same 

Same Steam-jet apparatus for forcing and exhausting air and condensing 

steam 

Korwan, F., Manheim, Germany, assignor to self and M. Fliirscheira, Now York, N. Y. 

Automatic gas-lighting apparatus 

Koth, F., New York, N. Y. Piano action 

Kousakoff. A. (See TiranoflC J- Aiid N.. and Kousakoff.) 

Kraff, E., Tvrone, Pa. Bung for beer-oarrels 

Kraft, C. J. F., Cleveland. Ohio. Treadle for sewing-machines 

Kram, J., Germantown, Pa. Veget«ble-cutter 

Kramer, J. W., Bloomsburgh, Pa. Weather-threshold .' 

Krapf, C, Philadelphia, Pa. Lathe for turning tobacco-pipes 

Krapf, X., and J. F. Boerchel, AUentown, Pa. Car-coupling 

Krater, F., Pittsburgh. Pa. Lounge 

Kraus, T. C. H., FishklU, N. Y. Pump 



June 28, 1873 
Sept 27. 1873 
Dec 9, 1873 
Apr. J 5. 18TJ 
Mar. 25, 1873 

June 17, 1873 

Oct 28.1873 
June 24, 1873 
May 13, 1873 
Oct 28.1873 
Dec 30, 18T3 
Feb. 18,1873 



July 

Oct 

May 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Sapt 

Mav 

Mar. 

Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



1.1873 

28,1873 
27,1873 

4, 1873 

21,1873 

2,1673 

13, 1873 

4,1873 

14. 1873 
28.1873 
18, 1873 



Sept 2,1873 



Apr. 1, 1873 

War. 25, 1873 
Sept 23. 1873 
Nov. 11.1873 
Apr. 15.1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
July 1,1873 



June 24. 1873 
July 22, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



May 
Dec 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
July 
Apr. 
Deo. 
Jan. 



13.1873 
2,1873 
11,1873 
7,1873 
21, 18rJ 
25.1873 
29,1873 
15, 1873 
16. 1873 
21, 1873 



Jan. 28,1873 
Jan. 28, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 



Mar. 

June 

Jan. 

Mar. 

Sept. 

Aug. 



25,1873 
17,1873 
21,1673 
25, 1873 
23,1873 
5,18TJ 



Oct 14,1873 
Sept 16, 18T3 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
July 29, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 

Mar. 11,1873 
Oct 28,1873 



Dec 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

July 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Aug. 



23,1873 
4.1873 
18, 1873 
21, 1873 
29. 1873 
9,1873 
14, 1873 
19, 1873 



CO 



U) 



465 

787 

558 

677 
661 
318 
678 
897 
629 



66 
679 
732 



145 
260 

176 

224 
208 
97 
224 
291 
206 



24 

224 
231 



149 
150 
72 24 



464 



267 
214 



73 



156 

666 
734 
197 
595 
294 
143 



G62 
738 



83 
71 



372 118 
796 ' 257 
630 , 207 



24 



50 

221 

253 

67 

187 

95 

49 



208 
244 



391 123 



158 


54,55 


328 


110 


212 


68 


584 


189 


788 


260 


879 


288 


466 


145 


490 


161 


584 


190 


797 


257 


798 


258 


791 


C256 
{257 


789 


260 


559 


177 


467 


l.'iO 


790 


261 


672 


231 


137 


43 


172 




431 




584 


194 


374 


118 


962 


313 


477 


163 


350 


116 


570 


189 


762 


249 


24 


8 


522 


177 


585 


190 


880 


288 


285 


95 


243 


79 


567 


187 






3 
4 
4 
3 
3 



4 

3 
3 
4 
4 
3 



4 

4 

3 

2 

\^ 

4 

3 

3 

3 
3 
3 



3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 



3 
4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 



3 
3 



^ 



3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 

4 
4 

3 

3 
4 



3 
4 

4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 



I 



090 
322 
614 
419 
337 

677 

464 
693 
533 
464 
704 
202 



13 
464 

588 

729 

72 

248 

529 

262 

50 
111 
203 

248 



370 

328 
334 
506 
430 
44 
20 



694 
96 



540 

598 

516 

23 

82 

337 

116 

419 

649 

82 



111 
111 

227 

338 
677 
73 
338 
329 
146 

403 
299 
310 

50 
122 

303 

282 
455 

683 
247 
544 

82 
116 
621 

40 
198 



102 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphahitioal list of patentees for the year 1873-^Contina6d. 



Na 



Name, residence, and invention. 



138,030 
144,987 
137,847 



137,934 
140,423 
140,4;i3 
138,661 
137.005 
145,879 
136,349 
137,093 

141,380 
143, 166 
140,377 
137,307 

143, 345 
6,3TJ 
136,378 
137, 613 
137, 318 
145,660 
141, 145 

141,116 

140 304 

141, 71M 

145,739 

5,593 

135, 819 

135,880 

5,438 

5,543 

143. 344 

145, 740 

134.680 
134.681 
135,831 
136,336 

145,661 



138,359 
5.711 
139,585 
148,705 
144.968 

139,397 

143, 113 
134,901 



6,455 

6,457 
143, 166 
135,648 



5,440 

5,441 

139,353 

141, 147 

142,345 

144.989 
135,833 



140. 714 
143,083 

141,568 

140. 715 
140, 144 
137,065 
141.363 
143,346 

144, 310 

144,030 

135,716 



KraoBe, H. W., jr. (See Xraase. J. TV., & H. W., jr.) 

Kranse, J. W., & H. W.,Jr., Pliiladelphia, Pa. Laying concrete pavement 

Krannnick, B. E., Saint Loaia, Ma Apparatus for preserving and forcing beer 

Krebs, C, Wilmington. Del Wash-board and rubber 

Krebs, M. (See Bennett, Krebs &, Haley.) 

Kreid, U. (See Beck, H., assignor.) 

Krein. J., et dL (See Succop, J. R., assignor ) 

Kreiscber. Q. F., and L. A. Tartier6. New York, N. Y. Compound for gasrotorts 

Krementz, Q., Newark, N. J. Die for enlarging and sizing plain fluger-rings 

Same Die for manufacturing plain finger-rings 

Kretohmer, K., Coburgh, Iowa. Bee-hive 

Kreter, R., assignor to D. & J. J. Decker, New York, N. Y. Upright-piano actions 

Kreter. R , New York, N. Y. Piano-action 

Kriebel, H. K., Lanadale, Pa. Cultivator 

Krinks, J. S„ assignor to £. R. Ives and C. Blakcslee, Bridgeport, Conn. Toy-perambu- 
lator 



Date. 



Kromer, O. Sandusky, Ohio. Steam-whistle 

Same same 

Kromer, T., Freidbnrgh. Grand Duch v of Baden. Lock for door, &.c 

Kromscbroeder, J. F. 6., London, England. Carbureter 

Kruger, £. (See Hensgen & Krnger.) 

Elmger, J., Indianapolis, Ind. Device for building cisterns 

Knimm, M., Columbus, Ohio. Iron fence (Design) . . 

Krummenaner, J., New York, N. Y. Animal-trap 

Kmmscbeid, P.. Boston, Mass. Wash-boiler 

Kruse, J. H., New Melle, Mo. Washing-machine 

Kuessner, E , Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for forming pans 

Kngler, O., Raritan, assignor to self. J. D. MoCauley, and J. Van Fleets Clinton, and J. A. 

Thompson, Reddington, N. J. Cultivator 

Kngler, O., Three Bridges, assijnior to self, J. D. McCauley, and J. Van Fleet, Clinton, and 

J. A. Thompson, Reddington, N. J. Cultivator 

Knh, S., Jefferson, Iowa. Envelope 

Same Advertising-lautem 

Same Apparatus for binding stalks 

Kuhn, R. K., and T. O. Atkinson, Doylestown, Pa. Envelope (Reissue) . . 

Same same 

Kiihner, L., New York, N. Y. Piano-aotion 

Kuhns, B., Dayton, Ohio. Grain-drill (Reissue) . . 

Same Seed-planter (Reissue) . . 

Kummer, E. (jiM Harris & Kummer) (Design.) 

Kunkel, D., Oregon, Mo. Drill-extractor 



Apr. 33, 1873 
Nov. 35, ll<73 
Apr. 15, 1873 



Apr. 15. 1873 
July 1, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
May 6,1873 
Mar. 18. 1873 
Dec 33. 1873 
Feb. 35, 1873 

Apr. 8. 1873 
July 39, 1873 
Aug. 36, 18T3 
July 1,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Sept 8,1873 
Jan. 88,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
Mar. 35, 1873 
Dec 16, 1873 

July 23, 1873 



Kunkle, J., Newton Falls, Ohio. Water-wheel. 



Kunz, J., Napoleon, Ohio. Nail-clinchers 

Kursh, F., Philadelphia, Pa. Bracelet- fastening 

Kurtz. H. H., Salisbury, Pa. Separator for thraahing-machines 

Kntscher, F., New Haven, Conn. Bottle-stopper 

Kntz, H. D. (See Stockstill & Kutz.) 

Kyser, L., Philadelphia, Pa. Shoulder-pad 

La Belle Glass Company. (See Baggs, A. H., assignor.) 
Laberie, P. (See Berthel Sc Laberie.) 

Laoey, L., Bath, 111. Corn-planter 

Lacroix. C. N., Minneapolis, Minn. Middliugs-purifier (Reissue) . 

Same same 

Same Flour and middlings purifier 

Same Middlings-purifier 



Lacroix, N., Milwaukee, Wis. Middlings-purifier. 



Ladd, A. S., and C.N. Coming, Concord, N. H. Wood-screw 

Ladd, D. O. B., Racine, Wis., assignor to self and P. £. Merrihew, Fair Haven, Mass. 
Thrashing-machine 

Ladd, H. EL., et al. (See Briggs. L. W., assignor.) 

Ladd, J. D., assignor to the New York Ottoman and Hassock Company, New York. 

N. Y. Ottoman ( Design) . . 

Same ^ same (Design) . . 

La Dow.C, South Galway, N. Y. Combined rake and te<lder 

La Du, D., Warner, assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Hicr, Syracuse, N. Y. To- 
bacco-press 

Lafargne, J. P. (See Wilkinson, Passoz, Lafargne, Sc Dutreih.) 

Lafferty, R. M., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to self and E. P. Smith. Pump (Reissue) . . 

Same same (Reissue) . . 

Lafferty, S., Chicago, IlL Dish-pan 

Lafiin, M., Chicago, III Treating ores 



July 

June 

Aug. 

Dec 

Oct 

Feb. 

Feb. 

June 

Aug. 



33,1873 
34, 1873 
13,1873 
33, 18TJ 

7,1873 
11,1873 
11,1873 

3,18TJ 
19, 1873 



Aug. 36, 1873 
Dec 33,1873 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



7,1873 

7, 1873 

11. 1873 

85, 1873 



Deo. 16, 1873 



Apr. 

Dec 

June 

Sept 

Nov. 



89, 18TJ 

30,1873 

3, 1873 

9, 1873 

25,1873 



Lafiin, P., Warren, assignor to G. Draper, Hopedale, Mass. Bobbin for spinning-ma- 
chines 



La Fonte, J. G., Dayton, Ohio. Corn-planter 

Laforge, F. H., Waterbury, Conn. Securing the covers on boxes for stop-cooks for water 
and gas service pipes 

La Forme, F. J., Worcester, Mass. Nursing-botile (Extension) . . 

Lafreniere, O., Brooklyn, N. Y. Horse-collar 

La Grove, W. A. P., aasignor to self, C. O'Kemp, Brooklyn, N. Y., and H. H. Webb, New- 
ark, N. J. Automatic toy-dancer 

Lahman, J.. Panora, Iowa. Thimble-skein for vehicle-wheels 

Lahman, W., WellsvlUe, Ohio. Plow-clevis 

Laidley, T. T. 8., Watertown, Mass. Cartridge for fire-arras 

Lakey, J. H., Turner, assignor to G. W. Billings, Chicago, 111. Railway -frogs 

Lakins, G., East Not walk, Qhio. Fence-post stub 

Lakins, G., East Norwalk, and L. N. Lakins, Toledo, Oh io. Wire fence 

Lakins, L. N. (See Lakins, G. &. L. N.) 

Lalor, T., assignor to E. Croasman, Toronto, Canada. Bolt for prison-doors 

Lamarcbe, C. D. (SMO'Brien, J., assignor.) 

Lamarre, A., Paris. France, assignor to G. Washbume. Pyrotechnic signal 

Lamaaon, B. P. (See Murray & Lamason) (Reissue.) 

Lamason, B. P., Milton, Pa. Safety-truck for rail way -cars 



May 87, 1673 
Aug. 36, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 



Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 85, 18T3 
Sept 33, 1873 

Feb. 11, 1673 

June 10, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
May 87, 1873 
July 22, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Fob. 11,1873 
Nov. 29, ISTJ 
July 8,1873 



Sept 
Aug. 
July 
June 
Mar. 
July 
Aug. 



23,1873 
5, 1873 
8,1873 
24, 1873 
25,1873 
29,1873 
26, 16TJ 



Nov. 4,1873 
Oct 28,1873 
Feb. 11,1673 



659 
664 
375 



734 

349 

378 
379 
733 
741 

775 
712 

406 



331 

673 
137 
331 
664 
671 
963 
776 

36 

610 

308 



Monthly 


volume. 


o 


« 

bo 


K 


M 


GO 


P 


700 


231 


708 


239 


524 


164 


595 




67 


24 


68 


24 


171 


55 


585 


195 


762 


349 


792 


257 


378 


117 


881 


889 


708 


834 


35 


13 


24 


6 


20 


7 


25 


8 


306 


95 


790 


361 


561 


164 


739 


244 


740 


245 


714 


235 


282 


92 


643 


310 


147 


49 


403 


130 


404 


130 


178 


58 


QUO 


804 


774 


255 


643 


5210 
{311 


172 


56 


173 


57 


405 


131 


661 


277 


563 


185 


926 


292 


1,004 


323 


121 


40 


340 


114 


710 


240 

r am 



Official 
Gazette. 






275 
276 
218 

119 



253 

78 

118 
118 
331 



255 
241 

131 



o 



11 



232 
44 

112 
208 
223 
313 
255 

11 



t 



3 
4 
3 



3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
3 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 

4 

\a 

3 
3 
3 
3 



98 



\ 



3 
4 
3 
4 
4 



3 
3 
4 

3 

3 
3 
3 
4 

4 
4 

3 
4 
4 

4 
4 

4 
3 
3 
4 
4 

4 

4 



9 
bo 



448 
570 
424 



430 
13 
14 
511 
310 
683 
227 

399 
116 
219 
11 
359 

244 
100 
217 
393 
338 
(53 

96 

97 
698 
166 
673 
392 

Hi 

623 
203 

325 

674 

30 

20 

171 

233 

€55 



474 
713 
619 
2S1 
570 

598 

216 

50 



189 
218 

:<34 

159 

655 

588 
97 

225 
570 

171 

557 

46 

329 
146 
47 
694 
329 
122 
225 

481 

4.^8 



3 I 164 



1;NITED states patent office, I873. 
Alpluihetical lUI of patenlea /or He yrar 1HT3— CooUoned. 



130,719 
Ul,93* 

140,090 
H3.ftU 



146,060 
145.316 



li.7W 

i4»,iee 



Lamb, D. U., Sinilbro;, C 



. MMhinc far liiminlnK lumlwr . . 



..Trealinjt vuli 
imy.'s'.x'.' haoAitii 



„. ..leet-molal mre 

umu.1.. L., u III' lots, Muu, .I'ooi-holder 

Lojiib.L. I.., nsr^i^inor tu uir uid S.E.LoTewell,Cbel»i, M>h. Tnol-nceptade 

LbhiIj, N. C, Wjuniloltc. Mich. CurD-plnntn 

LHiiih, S. T., K.>-i"U. Mii~». FibuMilBMiitig puwhlnsry 

l.uiiiliarl. R (J., (jiiiniy. M.isa,, oi^gnor to the tihuc-Mnclilnery UanuractariDfECampan;. 

Sams UlvMue for compnulng and puncliing heel-blanliB 

LambaTt.R.C.,Qiililcy.rMiKnar In Tiple; Hc«t-BuraistainK Machina Auoclatiotl, Bos- 

toD.Uasa. UachiaerorbarDiHhlnKlieelaof liontsandsbnea 

Lambert, E. A., (t oL (S^ StucUlr, J. D,.aui«i<ir) (Rclune.) 

Luiiber(,RC,.QiilDcy,Ua8s.,aaiilciinrby tdCHiuauljcnment to the SboeUaclilns Uaii- 
ufbcluringConipan;. HnchinefortriiuDiliiicCbeiMlKegof boot andsboeaolH (Reliaun). 
Lambert, K C. Qulnr.;, lufniDr hj meaae ■satgnmetit (a N. C. Lombiird, Uuit««, UMlon, 

Uua. LaallDK boou aniTshosa 

LambertW. B.,OeneM«. 111. Sign 

'" "~ id 1>. B. LemmBli. Now 0^1eau^ La. Car-»[artor 

re, Md. Mall'biif (EiWuainnl. 

lUinlaimerfllrdJ. 



iD,T.J., Baltimi 

r, P. h!, w'iliiiiBOO, i^^ Coai^Mi 



LaMana,J.L. (Sh RamlltoD, V.,a«iEnor.) 

L«M<mif.B,J.,DetroLI,ldicli. Rail way .car seat 

Lamoonui. D., ChlcuD, 1]L Uouqfao Curia ( wne la and bnstlxa. (EitcnaUm ). 

Lamplnirh, J,, Philadelphia, Pa. CatnpualtlDn for pcbktcIuk leallicr 

Unif A, ISte FIlBg & Land.l 

Land, »., Hill»jKl«,%icb, Dlolnii-lable 

Land, T. R., Grai* Valler.Cal. Car^mnpliiia. 

LandPobergerCH., Philadelphia. P». Fabric (Dedini). 

B t..-:_.j ...,,j. (Uealpi). 

Co., FEila. 



Landenbarger, C. H., and B. Alkiusmi, aBsipwra to U. LaadeDbericer 

delphia. Pa. Loom-aheddlns mecluinWu 

Laudenberger, M.,Philade1pbra.Pa. Cape 

Landenborjwr, M.. jr„ Pbi'lsilalphlB, Pa. Cape 



.. Stock iDK-^bric. 



Lander. P. C, (Sie Ailing, D. S., aaalzDor.) 

Lander*, f-niry &. Clarke, (See TorDball & Webb, aaslgnor 

Landfear, W. R, BMlgiiar by meane aMigninent (o the Uarlf 
ford,Conn. Eyelel-makins machine 

lAPdla, D. N. Jr. iSer Dittmau.C, anlgnor.) 

Landla,LL, Lancaater.Pa. Fence 

Samel Shirt-boaom lupport ...- ....-.- 

Same Deilce rordeMchingboTHB 

Lsndla.J.K.,YDrk Tnvdabip, Ohio. Ribbon-case 

Landram. Z. P., Columbua, Mlga. UorH-power 



4 S 



Inll.l9.iai3 



Oct 31,1873 



July 
Feb. 
Uht 10, 

Kl 

July «, 1873 

Uay 13^ 1B73 
Jan. 4, Itrra 
Dec 30, law 

Apr, IS, IK73 

Sept it, IB 
Jone 3,18 

Dm. 3; 1873 



ai<-';;i 

{nore,) 

(Dealgn) 

d Eyelet CompanT. Hart- 
(Keisme).. 

(Kolsane). 



>e, U. ISa UarsLJI. U., 



at'. 



L......Eead.bl 

'." Statling fur 



I J. W. Brock. MoDtpellei 



Vt. Heailblock tor 



Ohio. BfialiEnOT bv ti 
Kendall '■'— ■— ^ ' 



Lane, J, ti.' (See ttw. W, J., aisleiHir.l 

Lane, J. O. * W, J., MlUbrooit, N.V. Frsme nr sUnd ol erindlnnmilli (Deelgn) . 

Lane. J. W., Brlitol, England, aiaignar lo E. Brinihle, LDndun, Eniland. Corset 

'-— '" --' —ft Lane. F.J —' 



UidB, T., Whitesburgh. Tebn, Fly-trap 

Lane, T.W, Meredith. N.E. SUampreaanre gage (Eiuntkm). 

Same Steam-gagB (RelMne). 



». 


SI' 






.iDll 








July 


at, 18 




It IB 


Mac. 


11,18 


Feb. 




Apr. 


m, 18 


n»c, 


(, ,H 






■riiiT 




















WIH 



381 M 3 377 

383 K 3 377 

316 VI 3 144 



104 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Continued. 



No. 

S3, 033 
145,576 
140, 051 

142,346 

139,566 
136.076 
137,139 
135,922 

142, 571 

139,678 

139,398 
141.648 
143, 0?3 
144.624 
134,682 
144.114 
138, 167 
6,889 

139,399 

137,554 
142, 516 
142,857 
143,454 



145, 301 
114,683 



144, 851 
135,718 

137,780 

141.006 
145,508 

144, 461 

5, 398 

141,649 
145,663 

142, 481 

141.443 

145, 111 

6,933 
139, 067 



137, 694 
145, 577 
137, 086 

139,068 

134,5^ 
142,637 
137,006 

143. 084 
141,879 

144, 463 
135, 993 
142, 403 
135,348 
143, 167 

145,431 
138,506 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Lane^ T. W., Meredith, K H. Steam-pressare gage (Disclaimer filed) . . 

Lane, W. J. {See Lane, J. G. and W. J.) 

Lane, W. J., assignor to self and J. G. Lane, Millbrook, N. Y. Coffee-roaster 

Lane, Z. M. (See Hajden, C. M., assignor.) 

Laner, J: £.', New York, N. Y. Manufacturing crystalline acid phosphate of lime for 

yeast-powders 

Lang d& Lauster. {See Lang.. G. P., jr., assignor.) 

Lang. C, assignor of one-half interest to A. H. Nimochs, Ypsilanti, Mich. 'Whip- 
socket 

Lang. C. A., Palmyra, Me. Corn-husker 

Lang. G. P., jr., assignor to Lang &. Lauster, Allegheny, Pa. Molasses pitcher-top 

Same same 

Lang, J. C, Washington, D. C, assignor of three-fourths interest to P. B. Fonke, Xcw 

Orleans. La. Floating fire-engine 

Lang, J. G.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Furnace for the manufacture of oxide of zinc 

Langdon, H. S. (iSe« Irwin Sc Langdon.) 
Langdon, L. W. {See Robertson, J., asainior.) 

Lange, F. A.. Glasbutto, Saxony. Mannlacture of springs for watches and other time- 
pieces of aluminium compounda 

Lange. R., Baltimore, Md. Lamp-extinguisher 

Langellier, A., Concoi-d, N. H. Car-coupling 

Same Cur-brake 

Same Car-«oupling 

Langen, S.^ologne, Prussia. Manufacture of loaf-sugar 

Langenau, W. C., assignor of one-half interest to J. A. Lannert. Combination -padlock. 

Langenbach, R., New York, N. Y. Wash-boiler 

Langham, T., assignor to T. DoUn and R. Williams, jr., Philadelphi<», Pa. Knitted 

DftDric (Design) . 

Lanf(lotz, L. {See Gahren &, Langlotz.) 
Lamer, G. P. {See Gense, C, assignor.) 

Lannay, £., Lima, Ohio. Spark-arrester 

Lannert, J. A. {See Langenau, W. C, assignor.) 

Lansdowne, S., assignor to self and R. Davis. Sharon, Pa. Metallurgic fumncelining 

Lanson, R. B., London, England. Apparatus for ironing and pressing garments 

Lantia, H. T., and N. Davis. Atlanta, Idaho. Elevated wire- way 

Lapham. A., assignor to self and O. W. Leonard, Paterson, N. J. Shears 

Lapham, N. D., et at {See Arndt> A. F. R., assignor.) 

Same {See Cliff 6c Martin, assignors.) 

Lapham^., assignor to H. Condron, New York, N. Y. Fountain brush 

Laupin, H., Troy, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to P. Z. Marsh, Lausingburgh, N. Y. 

Reservoir cooking-stove 

Lai-abee, B. F., et al {See Maloy, J. W., assignor.) 

Lardner, H. (See Wheeler, R a., assignor) (Reissue ) 

Larduskey, W. H. H. {See Onion &, Larduskev.) 

Larer, D., assignor of one-third interest to S. K. Griscom, Pottsville, Pa. Diamond mill- 
stone dressing machine 

Large, A. {See Hutcbins, C, assignor.) 

Large, J., Gill Hall, Pa. Driven well 

La Rhett, S. {See Burgess &. La Rhett) 
Larkin, C. {See Terry, Case &, Larkin.) 

Larkin, J. T., Halifax, Nova Scotia. Skate 

Larkin, W. D. F. {See Onion & Lardnskey, assignorH ) 

Lamed, G. C, Worcester, Mass. Metal-planing machine 

Larson, P. J., Chicago, III, Sofa-bedstead 

La Rue, S. H., Alleutown, Pa. Base-burning stove 

Lartigue, H. {See Digney, J. D. and F., Lartigne & Forest.) 

Lasccll, G. W., Syracuse. N. Y., assignor to self and H. Robinson, Jersey City, N. J. 

Steam boiler and furnace (Reissue) . . 

Lash, J. S., Philadelphia, Pa. Cherry-stoner 

Same Box 

Lassiter, D. W. {S^ McDuffey & Jaques, assignors.) 

Lassoe, V. F., Bi-ooklyn, assignor to V. F. I..assoe and G. F. Meyer. New York, N. Y. 

Compensating spriuj^-balance for safety-valves 

Latchaw. D., Barkev ville. Pa. Bee-hive 

Latham, B., Westminster, England. Cleaning sewers 

Latham, C. H., et al. (See Dudley, G. D., assignor.) 

Same (See Sherwood, D., assignor.) 

Latham, C. H. (See Woods & Sherwood, assignors) (Reissue. ) 

Lathrop, B. L., assizor to self and J. Daniels, New Haven, Conn. Lathe-dog. . (Design) . . 
I^throp Combination Sewiug-Machine Company. (See Lathrop, L. W., assignor.) 
Lathrop. L. W., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Lathrop Combination Sewing-Machine^ 

Company, New York, IS. Y. Sewine-machine . . . : 5 

Lathrop, T, A., et al. (See Ferguson, W., assignor.) 
Lathrfipe, H. (See Weirick 6c Lathropc.) 

Latimer, C, Saint Joseph, Mich. Safety-guard for railways 

Latonrette, D. L., New York, N. Y. Device for cleaning steam-generaturs 

La Tourette. H. L., New Orleans, La, Hand-truck 

Latrobe, C. H. (See Bender, Latrobe 6c Smith.) 

Latsohaw, H.. McKnightstowu, Pa. Apparatus for detaching horses - 

Latta, E. G. (See Thornton 6c Latta.) 

Latta, F.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Fire-alarm signal-box 

Same Fire-extinguisher , 

Latta, F., and W. H. Hughes, Cincinnati. Ohio. Combined fire-plug and cistern 

Landemiilch, J. K., Lebanon, Pa. Jeweler's drilling device , 

Laughland, G. L., New York, N. Y. Wire-tie for baling hay, &c 

Laughlin, J. L., Peru, III. Plow 

Laughlin, J. M., Boston, Mass. Horseshoe-nail machine 

Same.... ..Punching-machine 

Laurent, J., New York, and J. Menegay, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring for watch-cases 

Lawrie^C. W., Philadelphia, Pa, Stop-cock 

Lauth, B., Howard, Pa. Manufacture oi iron (Extension) . 

Lauerty, W. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Egs-carrier 

Lavies, H., and H. Stiefvater, Greenfield, Wis, Wagon-bo<ly 

Lavinla, W. H. (See Crane tfe Lavinia.) 



Feb. 1.% 1873 
Dec 16,1873 

June 17, 1873 



Sept. 2,187.1 
June 3,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Sept 9,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



June 

May 

Aug. 

Sept 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Oct 

Apr. 



10, 1873 
27, lt<73 
12, 1813 
2:J. 1873 
18, 187.J 
7. 1873 
28, 1K73 
22, 1873 



Sept 16, 1873 



May 27, 1873 

.\pr. 8,1873 
Sept 2,1873 
S»>pt. 16, 1873 
Oct 7, lfc73 



Dec. 9, 1873 
Jaa 7, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 
Fob. 11,1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Julv 22. 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 



May 6,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 



Sept 2,1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Dec. 2, 1«73 



Oct 7, 1873 
May 20, 1873 



Apr. 8.1873 
Dw. 16,1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

May 20, 1673 



Jan. 

Sept. 

Mar. 

St^pt. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Sept 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Dec 

May 



7,1873 

9,1873 

18, 1873 

23, 1873 

19, 1873 

11,1873 

18,1873 

2, 1873 

28, 1873 

23, 1873 

23,1873 

9, 1873 

6,1873 



P. 



491 
662 



21 
123 
631 
716 

.•lOl 
231 



219 
863 
223 
674 
398 
174 
679 
814 



bfi 



864 

257 
174 
479 

48 



239 
175 



601 
310 

467 

615 
4.32 
251 



241 
225 
.')64 



142 
29 
64 



547 



378 
491 
672 

550 

46 
283 
586 
675 
444 
2.')3 
558 

74 
798 
735 



161 



7 
41 

2(k7 
237 

163 
75 



Official 
Gazette. 



276 
71 
232 
133 
57 
225 
259 



276 

79 

57 

163 

17 



81 
57 



204 

98 

146 

208 
14U 

84 



75 

71 

185 



47 
9,10 



3.52 
31 



172 
173 



117 
162 
223 

173 

14 

93 
195 
232 
145 

85 
185 

24 
2.'>8 
253 






3 
4 



4 

3 
3 



3 
4 



3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 



3 

3 
4 
4 

4 



3 



4 

3 



4 
4 
4 



3 
4 

4 



118 
11 



0) 

156 
649 

678 



244 
619 
203 
332 

193 
272 



643 
598 
161 
.329 

20 
464 
457 

296 



598 

389 
286 
303 
385 



617 
20 



560 
164 

419 

87 
644 
510 



517 
161 
655 



253 
137 
590 



380 
565 



3 399 

4 649 
329 



3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



355 

11 
277 
311 
329 
188 
510 
197 
248 
112 
334 
135 
626 
500 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



105 



AlpJuibeiieal llai of patentees f&r the year 1873 — ContiDued. 



Vo. 



137,935 

139,069 

5,503 

135,649 
134.753 
134, 810 

140,905 

138,260 

145,303 
143,464 
138,808 



134,605 
135,134 
141.569 
143, 168 

145,806 



135.349 
144,771 

14M19 
138,507 

139,719 
144,306 
144, 307 

141,509 
143,169 
143, 113 

145.578 
140.384 



140,378 
l:t5. 719 
141,650 

135,434 
140, 145 
135,433 
5.371 
5,351 
137,849 
138, 501* 
138.809 
138.810 
139,403 

139,353 

139,400 

139,401 

5^403 

145,439 



137, 781 
140,306 



145,953 

145.433 
138,009 

143,404 
139,166 
146^061 



144, 115 
138.663 
138,900 
144,990 
137.936 
136,656 

141, 651 
138.361 
143,770 



Name, residence, and inveotion. 



Lato, J. J., aMignor by mesne aasignment to United Statea Cbemioal-Coropoand Com- 
pany, Wyandotte, Kans. Compound for preventinj; iucrnstatiou in steam-boUers 

Law, C., rfttotoo, Pa. Screwdriver 



Law, H., Chatham, N. J. Paper-cntting machine (Reiravie) . 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



I 



Law, J., Tendon, Canada. Tar or petroleum burner 

Law. R., Toledo. Ohio. Machine for bundling shingles 

Lawler, M., Holyoke, assignor of one-half interest to O. S. Greeuleaf. Springfield, Mass. 

Feed-regulator for calender-rolls 

Lawler, J., New York, N. Y. Heaticg-range 

lAiwrence, B., Lowell, Mass. Milling machine 



Lawrence, E. P., "Worcester, Mass. Folding-coop 

Lawrence, F., Phihidelpbia. Pa. Blast and cupola furnace 

Lawrence, U., Frederioton, Canada. Scroll-sawing machine 

Lawrence, L. L. (See Fulghum &. Lawrence.) 
Lawrence, P. H. (See Buckley &, I^awrence.) 

Lawrence, W., and J. Sanders, New Albany, Ind. Automatic fitn 

Lawrence, W. S., Winchester, Ky. Animal-trap 

Same Hemp-brake 

Laws, A. D., assignor to the Belknap and Bumham Manufacturing Company. Bridge- } 

port. Conn. Machine for tapping gM and water fittings > 

Lawson, Bi S.._New York.N. Y. SUmm-pump 



Lawson, W. H. (See Kapp. B. R., assignor.) 
Lawton, E. R. (See Jeralds, S. £.. assignor.) 
Lawyer, R., Pittsburgh, Pa. Waah-boiier 

Same » same 

Layton, J. E. (See Johnson &, I^yton.) 

Lazarevitch, C, Brooklyn, N. Y. G rain con veyor 

Lasanis, M. G.. Pittstou. Pa. Folding-screen 

Lasarus, Moses. & Co. (See Ansell, A. D., assignor ) 

Lazell, A. E., West Meriden. Conn, (lurtain-fixture 

Lea, P., Goliad, Tex. Compound of bitumen, ore. Sec 

Same Mixing mineral and fossil substamM^^s with bituminiiied clay to form a 

plastic material 

Leaoh, A., Lynn. Mass. Horseshoe 

Leach, D. A.. Bloomington. Ind. Animal-trap 

Leach, H., Camanche, Iowa. Plow -scraper 

Leach, J. (See Holt & Leach.) 

Leach, S. F., Chelsea, Mass. Hand-punch for motal 

Leaoh, S. L., assignor to H. R. EUis. Corry, Pa. Bed-bottom 

Learned, E. A. (See Milton, C. C, assignor.) 
Leasure. J. A. (See Barnes &. Leasure.) 

Leaver. J., and J. Wock, Canal Fulton. Ohio. Rotary >itcam engine 

Leavitt, C, Cleveland. Ohio. Combined sod-cutter and laud-roller 

Leavitt, C. P., Newark. N. J. Apparatus for feeding fuel to furnaces 

I^eavitt, J. H.. et aL (See Forrest, H. E., assignor.) 

Leckenby. H. B., Kalamazoo, Mich. Wlieol fur vehicles 

l^iodbeter, T., Detroit, Mioh. Stench-trap 

Ledoux. A. R., Cornwall Landing, N. Y. Boxes for preserving cake and bread 

Lee. A., White Marsh. Pa. Operating screw-propeUers (Reissue) . . 

Lee, A. K., Galveston, Tex. Distilline turpentine (Reissue) . . 

Same Filter for cane-J nice oils and other dense liquids 

Same Turpentine-stiQ 

Same Resm box and cooler 

Same Apparatus for steaming and cleaning barrels, &.c 

Same Bleaching resin 

Lee,C.A. (^ee Crane. D^ assignor.) 

Lee, C. C, Falls Church, va. Harness-buckle 

Lee, D.. Boston, Mass. Apparatus for drying sugar, salt, du3 

Same same 

Lee, E. F., Bayonne, N. J., assignor of one-third interest to J. Wienhold, New York, N. Y. 

Bu tton -fastening ( Reissue) . . 

Lee, G. D» assignor of two-thirds interest to J. M King and H. W. Swezey. Brookhaven, 

N. Y. Bung- Cancet 

Lee, G. S. (See West & Lee.) 

Same same (Reissue.) 

Lee, G. S., assignor to self and P. West, Worcester, Mass. Boot 

Lee, H. T., Chicago, ni. Toy ^ 

I/ce, J« (See Ellis, Hoffman A Lee.) 

Lee, J. (See Smith &, Lee.) 

Lee, J., assignor of two-thirds interest to J. J. Rich and J. Gallagher, Saint Louis, Mo. 

Wrench 

Leo, J. W., and J. W. Davis, Washington, D. C . Disinfecting compound 

Lee, M. C, New York, N. Y. Lock-hinge 

Lee, N. (See Decker & Lee.) 

Leech, R. L., Winterset, Iowa. Movable olotb-plate for sewing-machines 

Leedom. Shaw & Stewart. (See Crabtroe, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Sam e (See Kerr, H. P., assignor) ( Desi gn . ) 

Leeds, G. H., West Chester, and C. N. Thorpe, PhiUdelphia, Pa. Striking- works of 

clocks 

Leeds, J. (See Steel & Austin, assignors.) 

Leeds, L., assignor of one-half interest tp E. W. and A. W. Sholes, New London, Conn. 

Nut-lock 

Lees, S. F. (See Lees, H. . assignor.) 

Leea, H. C, assignor to E. F. Lees, Camden. N. J. Tassel-top 

Leet D.W., and W.C. Shields, Bellaire, Ohio. Shite-washer ^ 

Lefebvre, A., San Francisco, Cfd. Feathering paddle- wheel} : >: . 

Lefflcr, J., Rochester, N. Y. Drain-tile 

Legab, C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Be<l-bng trap for bedsteads 

Legg, C, Maloom. assignor of one-half interest to H. W. Wigton, Dc Soto, Iowa. Com- 
position for molding plastic articles 

L«Wti J.» Rushvllle, N. Y. Horseshoer's rest 

Leggett, C. H., Elizabeth. N. J. Match-safe 

Leggett, E. W., New York, N. Y. Process of lining oil-barrels with glue , 

14 



Apr. 15, 1873 
May 30. 1873 

July 39, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Jan. 14.1873 
June 34, 1873 

Apr. 39,1873 

Deo. 9. 1873 
Sept. 8.18T3 
May 13,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Jan. 31.1873 
Aug. 5,1873 

Sept 33, 1873 

Dec 33,1873 



Jan. 38. 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



May 



3,1873 
6,1873 



June 10, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Nov. 11. 1873 
Aug. 5.1873 
Sept 83. 1873 
Aug. 36, 1873 

Dec. 16,1873 
June 34, 1873 



July 1,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Aug. 13, 1873 



Feb. 

June 

Feb. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

May 

May 



4,1873 
34, 1873 

4.1873 
33,1873 
15. 1873 
15,1873 

6,1873 
13, 1873 
13, 1873 
97, 1873 



May 97, 18T3 
May 37, 1873 
May 37, 1873 

May 13, 1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 



Apr. 15. 1873 
June 34, 1873 



Dec. 30, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Apr. 33, 1873 

Sept 3,1873 



May 30, 1873 



Dec. 30,1873 

Oct 38,1873 
May 6,1873 
May 13, 1873 
Nov. t5, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Mar. 11. 1873 
Aug. 13. 1873 
Apr. 39, 1873 
Oct 31,1873 



59<; 
551 

1,011 

349 
343 

395 
715 

987 

340 
143 
313 



101 
587 
138 

736 

697 



799 
533 

65 
31 

363 
198 

198 

89 
738 
664 

493 

781 



37 
311 
336- 

39 
664 

39 
883 
649 
536 

33 
314 
315 
866 

733 

865 
865 

455 

353 



468 
715 



851 
35:f 
754 

75 



644 



958 

680 
173 
393 
•J13 
596 

383 

327 
928 
364 



X, o 



173 
<338 

^329 
79 
79 

95 

835 

(393 

^393 

81 

47 

97 



33 
190 

44 
353 
354 
339 



358 
177 

31 
11 

83 



37 
354 

318 

163 
347 



13 
99 
71 

13 
309 

11 

878 

305 

164 

11,13 

97 

97 
377 

-338 
377 
377 

143 

118 



146 
335 



3 
3 



3 
3 

3 
3 



4 
4 
3 



3 
3 
4 

4 

4 



3 
4 

4 

3 

3 
4 






430 
565 



4 135 



159 
40 

44 

698 

474 

617 
353 
533 



15 

83 

146 

334 

678 



113 
544 

590 
500 

646 
506 



4 506 
4 143 



4 
4 

4 
3 



4 

3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 

3 

4 



3 
3 



4 
4 
3 



335 
316 

649 
704 



11 
164 
161 

130 
694 
130 
463 
434 
424 
500 
533 
.533 
598 

588 
598 
598 

545 

626 



419 
698 



701 
626 
453 

348 



573 



709 



4 


464 


3 


511 


3 


540 


4 


570 


3 


430 


3 


377 


4 


161 


3 


474 


4 


438 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for tht year 1873— Continued. 



ime, realdance, ind lavi^Dtlor, 



■il 



I3S,5M 
l«3,319 



in. MS 



Same I^ropulBlou by gHH-PiploAiDti -- .. 

Lohmui. V. A,,WaV>ruu, fud., ualcDDr to lelf and J. D.rrelinDe.CoDalai 

ReffliWr for labaUr kDitUng-machine 

I*lira»n, W., Lexington, Uo. Bee-hive 

Lebmiuin^C. K^.SavuDiih.OhlD. Seat fur carriage! and wagonj 

1- i'ii]iliDK cunp'bHkor 

L ■,.. r I, .:.,.: Ill \;.-.„,iL,i,rf»n 

L. [ii]]3.i;. II., I'liiiaci.fipiim. asBi^iiOt of one-haW iuti;rr»t to A. l*iirliorD, . 

U.-HW. A. C. (t aL tStt Kutder'ii.l BHinmr,')' 

Lf'iili.J. W..!;orfijltV». Coti.inMrveeter 

Li-^i^'lr, \7., E^dgeiwrt, rnnn. Ft! iirjioal-loatrument -.. 

Lii-tuou, IJ,R (.•J^I.<.itbtnii,.(.T.* D.K.I 

I- -' ■■ I ' '' ' ■ l[ nr-ii,ContJ. Sleeplng-oat 



.'May 6,18 
Kov. S5, I8T3 



I, W. Va. Olau-fiiroacp 
...,Ta. r ■■ 

_ .,__jDwanl,W ,- 

LeIiher.K A. (Set Lelsher, 0. W., a«i|:;n<ir,) 

LriiherJ), W., Ken WllmlDgton, aiwtgtiar o( ooe-balf Interest to 



L«1and. H. S.. Cai 



AoatHm wHlgDor to F.G. 01to,i 
nn.Ohlo. UDlvemal'conpilne!'! 



d J. Hej'DdenL Sew York. N. Y. \ 



t. imi . I« I 41 



..iiTuDe 11,ien| iJt 



pparatiii for shearing an 



e,K,Ne 

an. D. R (Set Lambei 

LengBl6e,C.A.J.,Fiiri»,FraL,,. „, 

LenEait,P. (feiSobeider, J. r.,Bwi 

_.Dbart,W. (,5« Morris Si. Lenhart) 
Letiti,M.A. (.Sh Rova], Lenia & Delbert.) 

Leonard, A., Newell 'b Suo, Ohio, Cultivator 

Leonard, D. U., La Croue, Wig. ComblDed aliiitl«r-vo[ker and liUnil-oiiarBtor... 

Leonard, F., ClevBland. Ohio. Chain-inacbiDe 

Same same - 

Laonard, d. T., Kenport, Tt., anlenoc to self and J. K Lluduy, Nl-w York, N. Y. I 

metal roofing _ ... 

Leonard, H. G., Tannton, Mas*. Cooklng-«tove (Eiteni 

Leonard, L D. (Su Uaybew & LeoDu^,> 



134,811 



bo K. E. HoyI, Cleveland, Ohio. Sclfac 
leock, OrarUie, CaL g«dlinrnt-co\t(«ior a'ui iiiow-oS 



li, iMuard t. Crane 



Leonard, J, P., and G. i 

Leonard, 0. W. (Sri iinliit 

Leonard, W. A. (Stt Bal)oo<!_, 

Leonard, T. D., usienor of Ivo-tblrda Interest 1» J. D. Johnson an<l II. u. urur 

Tei. CottoD-prosa 

Same ..Bale-tie olamp ............,,........,...,..,,.-,. s..-.--., 

Lerew, H., PiDnra, Iowa, UarDeM.aaddlo pad 

Lerton, J. iSte Gelsler, K., ■saignor,) 

Leacbom, A. (Sft Lebnls, C. H., Haliinor.) 

Leshor, H. S., Now York, N. T. BolOe-stopper 

Lesley, A.M., New York, N.Y. Apparatus for coolingnxims 

138,411 LeaJie, A. U., Cblciuo. Hi. Thnisd^utler for sewlDg-machlnes 

138,440 Leslie, J. W., Cairo, 111. Sainwt 

138,901 Leslle,J.W., and G.Jt Smith, Cairo, 1!L Venoer^intlinE machine 

"" — Leslie, L.N., Leominster, Mass. Oil^up sopiiorl for eewlng-inaoblnes 

Lesslg,fi.,sr., Reading, Pa. Grain -separator 

Lessing. 3.. Reading, Pa. Horse bav-rake (E» 

LeMor. R. J., and JVKSbatabo, Brandon, Vt. Secarlng wheels to ailes 

Lester. J. tt., Atlanta, Ga., awlgnor loself and A.S. Woishani. itunning-geai 



Trrail 

, ... (S« Peck, C, a, assignor')' 

»orth, J., Boffalo, N, Y. Tng-ilip (Deslgn)- 

Lotoinger.'iLC^ assignor to "aC.'Bort^ 'New York','NVrr'"LiliI*W 

LetCon, R,E..QDlnej, ni, Keed-organ 

LetUiB, K.B., aulgnarofonv half interest to L. M, Locke, Qulncy, lit. Organ -coupler. 

Lettan, K R., Qulncv, IlL Keed-or 

LeTallols. H- A., Paris, Pruice. U 
Le Tan, V.B.. Phlladetphte, Pa. 

Same Fonuiee-grale 

LenTaawnr, E. I-.Parls, Fraoee. aaslgiior to K. Wilze 



inulkctnre of steel .. 



chine for maklog links for ornamenlal eh 
ivericb, K B. (Sh PiDe, J., assignor.) 
!vj, A. (Set Levj. J., T., and A.) 



(Desifmi- 

i,' 'Pf«4iieimi 'Badiii.' ' Ha- 



Levy, „ 
Lory, 1 
Lewand 



-, New York, N. T. 



Jug and perTomlug cigars. 



LewiB,C., andJ. SoDlhin, Howard. IlL Sewing-machine 

Lewis, C. £., York, Pa. Tbread-waiiDg atlBchment fomewing-niachinva 

Lewis, D.D., deceased, G. J. Chamberlain. Dunmore and G.If.UcCabe, Fhlladi 



cntors, Railvaj-f^... 



illadelphia, 
litcnslon). 

B. Spring for Tcblclen 



tiSXa 


888 


111 


t£rs 

Sov. Vierj 
Aug- aiira 


5i5 

as 

1,0110 


178 


394 

"m 


Oct. T,18T3 


9i 


35 


Sept. 18, 1873 
Jan. 7. 1873 

Aug. 5,1873 

Aug. ve73 

Aug- 19, 1873 






440 


S8 


489 


l«l 


Apr. as. 1853 


1,061 


334 


Apr. 15, 1873 


an 


164 




528 
»94 


176 

ioa 

114 


Mdj 17, isn 

Sepl,tB,1B73 






m 


33a 


Feb.S.M973 


MS 


378 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 



107 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continaed. 



No. 



141.445 
145. 218 



141,800 
140, 511 

136,841 
137,140 
140. 434 
138.032 
138, 414 
143,019 
136,925 
139, 167 
139,168 
141,227 



22,812 
140,285 



137,222 
7,023 



135,824 
138,666 
143, 699 
138,262 
143,358 

135.480 

144, 340 

5,352 

5,652 

138,667 
143, 086 

6,484 

6,4a') 

138. 415 



145,219 

139, 679 
142,247 

137,141 

140. 584 



137. 007 
135,825 
135,567 
145,579 
14U, 146 
137. 555 
145,113 



141, 149 
141,446 

137, 851 
136,250 
136,251 
136, 329 
143,700 
143, 701 
143, 702 
139, 169 
143,987 
141,801 

142,030 
142, 843 
145,954 
145,064 
141,720 
134, 994 
139. 589 
145. 114 



Kamc, rettidence, and inveiitioii. 



Lewis, L B., asftignor to self and C. Van "Wyck, Albion, Mich. Car-coupling 

Lewis. J.D., Toronto, Canada. Crib for children 

Lewis, J. H., e< al {See Sloan. D. S., assignor.) 
Lewis, J. K. (See Lewis, W. H.. assignor.) 
Lewis. L. S.. et aL (See Sloan. D. S., assignor.) 

Lewis, L. v.. Sun Prairie, Wis. Mechanical movement 

Lewis, M. E., Mansfield, O. Frui^packer 

Lewis, N. W. (See Kniglit & Lewis.) 

Lewis, R., Charleston, S. C. Cotton-press 

Lewis, R. B., Quiucy, IlL Culinary boilers 

Lewis, 8. C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Die for making watch-case caps and backs 

Lewis, T. J., Chicago, 111. Cigar-bolder 

Lewis, W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Photographic-plate holder 

Lewis, W., Oxford, N. C. Cultivator 

Lewis, W. A., Springfield, Vt Churn-power 

Lewis, "W. K., assignor of part interest to fl. E. Thayer, Philadelphia, Pa. Artificial stone. 

T^iowis, W. H., assignor to J. K. Lewis, New York, N, Y. Refrigerator 

Lewis, W, J,, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of boleter plates 

Lewis, W. L. (See Bogart, Cramer <fc Lewis.) 
Lewis, W. >f. (See De Forest, D. W., assignor.) 

Lewis, W. W., Cincinnati, Ohio. Machine for rolling horseshoe-iron (Extension) . . 

Same Horseshoe-machine (Disclaimer filed) . . 

Lewitt, W. H., assignor of one-half intere.st to T. M. Cochrane, Saint Louis, Mo. Ruffler 

for sewing-machines 

Leyburn, w. C. (See Crowley, J., assignor.) 

Lejjer, G., and J. A. Winter, Pomeroy, Ohio. Apparatus for producing bromine from 

bitterns, &c 

Libbey, W. L., assignor to New England Glass Company, Boston, Mass. Lamp-shade. 

(Design) '. 

Libby, A. S. (See Blake & Libby.) 

Same same (Reissne.) 

Libby, A. S., Lawrence, Mass. Nail-carrier for sole-nailing machines 

Same Sole-nailing machine 

Same Driver fur boot and shoe nailing machines 

Libby, C. A., La Cygne, Kan& Furniture-polish 

Liddell. W., assignor of three-fourths interest to R. D. Hamlin, Buffalo, N. Y. Paper-bag 

machine 

Lidren, C, assignor to self and R, Jackson, Lafayette, Ind. Harvester 

Lieb, J. W. (See Sounekalb & Licb) (Reissue.) 

Lieb, J. W., Newark, N. J. Manufacture of traveling-bags 

Liebenstein, A., et tU. (See Hofl'man, A. D., assignor.) 

Liebrich, C, deceased, by S. Croft and J. C. Schuellermann, executors, and assignors to L. 

Hillebrand and D. Wolf, Philadelphia, Pa. Hasp for trunk-locks (Reissue) . 

Liedbeck, A. (See Norrbin 6c Ohlsson, assignors.) 

Lightfoot, B. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Treating tanned leather (Reissue) . 

Lightball, J. A. (See Beekman, J. Y., assignor.) 

Likar, F. C., Baltimore, Md. Safetv-hook for pocket-books , 

Likes, M., assignor to self and J. H. Barr, Mansfield, Ohio. Wagon-seat , 

Lillard, D. (^e Nanc« &, Lillard.) 

Lilley, C. S., assignor to Lowell Manufacturing Company, Lowell, Mass. Carpet. (Design) 

Same same . . (Design) 

Lilley, H. H. v.. Milford, Mass. Lamp-filler 

Lilley, J. W. (See Buell & Lilley.) 

Lilliendahl, E. M., et al. (See Clark & Lilliendahl, assignors.) 

Lilliendahl, W. A. (Se4 Clark &, Lilliendahl.) 

Linck, M., Danville, 111. Vehicle-wheel 

Lincoln, G. T., Leominster, Mass. Milking-pail 

Same Milking-stool 

Lincoln, J. B. (&'«« Clough <fc Lincoln.) 

Lincoln, J. B., assignor to self and J. M. Sayles, Providence, R. L Sewing-machine caster. 

Lincoln, J. B., and C. F. dbugh, Providence, R. L Sewing-machine 

Lincoln, J. D., et al. (See Pope, F. L., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Lincoln, W. S. (See Rayer &. Lincoln.) 

Lincoln, W. S.. and W. A. Rayer, Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine 

Lindelof, A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Road-roller : 

Lindemann, O., New York, N. Y. Bird-cace 

Linden, N., Chicago, 111. Stove-pipe thimble I... 

Linderoos, G., Point Arena, Cal. Adding-machinc 

Lindley, N. H., Bridgeport, Conn. Well-curb 

Lindner, G. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sleeping-car 

Lindsay, C. R. (See Proctor, J. K., assignor.) 

Sflune same (Reissue.) 

Lindsay, G., Belfast, Ireland. Device for increasing the trictiou of helical gearing 

Lindsay J., New York. N. Y. Carpet-stretcher 

Lindsay*. J. P. (Sw Leonanl, G. F., assignor.) 

Lindsey, C. D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Paper-file 

Lindsey, L. T., Jackson, Tenn. Transmitter for printing telegraph 

Same Telegraph-repeater 

Same Electro-magnetic motor for printing-telegr»phs. &c 

Same Circuit for printing-telegraphs 

Same Regulator for printing-telegraphs 

Same Printing- telegraph 

Lindsley, A. E., Paw Paw, Mich. Post-hole digger 

Lindsley, I., and J. Mackintosh, Pawtuckot. R. I. Lining for horse-collars, &c 

Lindsley, W. D., assifcnor to self. E. V. Snively, Walhena, Kans., and L. E. Hedges, Fred- 
erick, Md. Lamp-extinguisher 

Same Railway rail-joints 

Line, C. ()., Indianapolis, Ind. Supplementary oven for cooking-stoves 

Lingenfelter, H. J., Glen, N. Y. Portable furnace 

Linn. W. G.. Bloomfleld, Iowa. Telegraph cut-out 

Linscott, J. M , Buxton, Me. Loom set-otf mechanism 

Linson, E. , Shoemakertown, Pa. Reversible curb-bricks 

Linthioum, J. F., assignor of one-fourth interest to I.Gilchrist, Vallejo,Cttl. Rail way -switch 

Linville, J. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Truss- frame for bridge 

Lippincott', C. &. Co. (See Patterson, J., assignor.) 



Date. 



Aug. 5,1873 
Dea 2,1873 



Aug. IS, 1873 
July 1,1873 



Mar. 18, 
Mar. 25, 
July 1, 
Apr. 22, 
Apr. 29, 
Sept. 23, 
Mar. 18, 
May 20, 
May 20, 
July 29, 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
18TJ 
1873 
1873 
1873 



Feb. 1,1873 
Feb. 13,1873 

June 24, 1873 



Mar. 25, 1873 
Dec. 9,1873 



Feb. 11, 1873 
May 6,1873 
Oct. 14,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Feb. 4,1873 

Nov. 4,1873 



Apr. 15, 1873 

Nov. 11,1873 

May 6,1873 
Sept 23, 1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 



Dec. 2,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
July 8,1873 



Mar. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
June 
Apr. 
Dec. 



18,1873 

11. 1873 

4,1873 

16,1873 

24,1873 

8,18TJ 

3,1873 



July 22, 1873 
Aug. 5^1873 



Apr. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct 

May 

Oct 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept 

Dec 

Deo. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

June 

Dec 



15,1873 
25,1873 
25,1873 
25, 1873 
14,1873 
14, 1873 
14,1873 
20,1873 
28,1873 



12,1873 


360 


19,1873 


569 


2,1873 


144 


30,1873 


a^i 


2,1873 


23 


12,1873 


283 


21, 1873 


468 


3,1873 


126 


2,1873 


67 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gasette. 



QQ 



32 
161 



360 
145 

448 
716 
88 
702 
1,062 
621 
518 
645 
645 
832 



782 



793 



408 
177 
279 
929 

913 

81 

139 



653 

366 

178 
676 



1,063 



162 
820 

776 

717 
221 



567 
408 
160 
493 
665 
258 
66 



743 
33 

528 
793 
795 
863 
880 
882 
883 
646 
570 



10 
56 



118 
49 

148 
8:W 
24 
322 
334 
211 
171 



201 
373 



348 



963 



133 
56 
93 



310 
35 

46 



905 



57 
333 



334 



56 

71 

855 

338 
74 



195 

133 

53 

162 

809 

79 

81 



945 
10 

165 

357 

358 

378 

93 

93 

93,94 

803 

190 

118 
188 

47 

977 

8 

93 
150 

49 

93 



t 



4 
4 



4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 



3 
3 
4 
3 

4 

3 



3 

4 

3 
4 

3 
3 
3 



4 
3 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 

4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



§) 



137 
506 



173 
30 

300 

333 

14 

448 

485 
335 
305 
573 
573 
HI 



3 156 
3 156 

3 



704 

338 

614 



171 
518 
411 
474 

365 
134 

490 



435 

519 

519 
339 

345 
845 

485 



598 
643 
325 

332 
38 



311 
171 
140 
649 
694 
389 
590 



97 
137 

431 

827 
337 
833 
411 
411 
411 
573 
455 

179 
196 
353 
701 
587 
166 
73 
619 
591 



108 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabeiioal list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued, 



No. 



ff.541 
6,542 
6,543 
6.544 
140. 512 
136,740 

143.359 
144,911 
144,683 

137,695 

135,933 

140, 513 

6,359 

6,735 

6,761 



142, 707 
5,267 
137.456 
142,484 
142, 48.'> 
142,406 

137, 852 
140. 147 

136, 441 

140. 052 
143,360 

137,008 
13^,093 
139.720 



138,568 
141,511 
145,807 
138,168 
143, 361 

137,009 

135,650 

143,828 
139, 798 

144, 778 

5,543 

138.903 
6.997 

l.?5, 826 
139,008 
142, 798 

135, 651 
136,252 

143,829 

139, 510 

142, 248 

145. 880 
i:)8, 416 
138,417 
142,545 

137,556 

141,365 



5,250 
110,053 

137, 293 
145, 955 

145,354 

145,220 

142,924 
142, 708 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Lippinoott, C, and J. Patterson, Philadelphia, Pa. Soda-water apparatus (Design) . 

Same same (Design). 

Same same (Design ) . 

Same Tumbler-holder (Design). 

Same Fi re-extingu iaher 

Lippinoott, S. T., Elizabeth. N. J. Window-screen 

Lippitt, H., trustee. (Sea Vanstone, S., assignor.) 

Lippmann, P., New York, N. Y. Corset-clasp 

Same Skeleton-skirt 

Lippoldt, E., Brighton, IlL Harvester-rake 

Lippy, D., and J. S. Blymer, Mansfield, Ohio. Thrashing-machine 



Liston, R., Albany, N. Y. Safety-hatch for rail way-cars 

Litchfield, L., ana J. S. Corbin, (xou verneur, N. Y. Horse hay -rake 

Little. A., New York.N. Y. Printing-type (Design). 

Same % same ( Design) . 

Same same (Design) , 

Little, C.L. («ef Merriam & Little) (Design.) 

Little, E. (See Baily, A. S., assignor.) 
Little, E. C. (See N'ation & Little.) 

Little, E. C, and D. H. Nation, Saint Louis, Mo. Heating-stove 

Little. G., Rutherlord Paik, N. J. Printing-telegraph (Reissue) . 

Same Burglar-proof door, safe, &c 

Same Transmitter and receiver for automatic telegraphs 

Same Perforator for automatic telegraphs 

Same Telegraph -apparatus 

Little, G. A., et aL (See Hoyt, F. A., assignor.) 

Little, J., Newburgh, N. Y. Machine for grinding horsejfhoe-calks 

Little, J. A., Cartersburgh, Ind. Wire fence 

Little, J.JL (See Hndner &, Little.) 

Little, J. R., assignor of one-half interest to C. A. Dunn, Monmouth, III. Steam vaonum- 



pump. 



Little, S. H., Rosemond, III. Street-railway car 

Little, S. H., assignor of one-half iutfrtMt to W. D. Little, Roscraoud, 111. Fare- box 

LitUe, W. D. (See Little, S. H., a^aigutir.) 

Littlefield, C. B., Manchester. N. H. Pill-making machine 

Littlefield, D. G., Albany. N. Y. CJooking-stove 

Same Resi^.rvolr cooking-stove 

Littlejohn. H., deceased, b^ W. Gurley, Troy, and E. Waters, LanHingburgh, N. Y., execu- 
tors. Machine for crosing and chamfering barrels ( Extension) . . 

Littlejohn, L., New York, NTY. Bung-bush inserter 

Same Tool for seating bnng-busher 

Same Bun ar-b ush inserter 

Litty, M., WilliamsviTie, Neb. Reciprocating churn 

Livermoro, J. C, Boston, Mass. Sklrt-prot«M;rflr 

Livingston, G. P. (See Zeh, Livingston & Cnllings.) 

Livingstone, W., Brooklyn, assignor to J. H. Whitney, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 

bolts and rivets 

Lloyd, E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Puddling furnace 

Lloyd, F, (See Tucker, W. B.. assignor.) 

Lloyd, R., Cleveland, Ohio. Car-oonpUng 

Lomiell. Cr. G., assignor to self and W. Stuart, Wilmington, Del Casting chilled rolls . . . 

Lobdell, G. G., Wilmington, Del Steam-boiler 

TxMsk, J., et al. (See Cooper, S. L., assignor.) 

Locke, H. H., Pleasantville, Pa., assignor to D. Bly, Rochester, N. Y. Pump-rod attach- 
ment (Reissue) . . 

Locke, J., Lewisburgh, Pa. Cheese-cutter 

I..ocke, J. R., Amesbnry, Mass. Cairiage-wheel hub (Design) . . 

Locke, L. M. (Se^ Letton, R. E., assignor.) 

Locke, S. D., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Grain -binder 

Same same 

Locke, S. D., assignor to W. A. Wood, Hoosick, Falls, N. Y. Harvester rake 

Locke Slate Company. (See Shenton, F., assignor.) 
Locken, J., et cU. (See Wilson, A., assignor.) 

Lock wood, C. E^ Bridgeport, (Jon n. Lunch-box 

Lockwood, £. W., Miudletown, Del. Box for assorting peaches 

Lock wood, F. A., Winthrop, Mass. Machine for soonring, glassing, or setting leather. . . 

Lockwood, G. E. (See Lockwood, J. F. & G. E.) 

Lockwood, G. W., and A. Carter, assignors to C. C. Carpenter & Co., New York, N. Y. 

Hooi)-skirt 

Lockwoo<l, H. C, Baltimore, Md. Coffee-package 

Same Coffee-roaster 

Lockwood, H. D., Charlestown, Mass. Atomizer-bulb 

Same Fountain -syringe ^. 

Lockwood, J. F. & G. E., Taylorville, HI Carbnreter 

Lockwood, R. B., et al. (See Woodhouse, J. V., assignor.) 

Lockwood, R. M.. assignor to W. H. Sawyer, New York, N. Y., and F. L. Pope, Elizabeth, 

N. J. Gal vanic battery 

Lockwood, T. B., Smyrna. Del Hoe 

Lockwood, W. £., Philadelphia, Pa. Lady's collar and cuff (Extension of Na 1 ,981) . . 

Same same ( E x tension of No. 1 ,932) . . 

Same same (Extension of No. 5,259) . . 

Same same (Reissue) . . 

Loeb, P., assignor of one-half interest to Dayton Malleable-Iron Company, Dayton, Ohia 
Plow 



Loeffelholz, A., and A. Prier, Milwaukee, Wis. Lanterns 

Loescli, F., assignor of one-half interest to G. Fisher, Buffalo, N. Y. Cooler for preserv- 
ing beer and wine 

Loetscher, C.. Dubuque, Iowa. Mitering-machine 

Lofink, F. (See Reiner, H. F., assignor.) 

Logan, C. H. &. F., Pawling Post»Omce, Pa. Marker, seed-planter, and cultivator 

Logan, F. (See Logan, C. H. &. F.) 

Logan, J., Jersey (Jity, and J. E. Hart, Newark, N. J. Cartridge 

Logan, J. B., Baltimore, Md. Lock for sewing-machine tables, dtc 



Date. 



Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
July 



1,1873 
1,1873 
1,1873 
1, 11573 
1, 18T3 



Monthly 
volume. 



Ofllcial 
Gazette. 






P 



Mar. 11, 1873 

Sept. 30, 1873 
Nov. 25, 187J 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Apr. 8, 1673 

Feb 18,1873 
July 1,1873 
Jan. 21, 1H73 
July 1. 1873 
July 8,1873 



S«mt 9,ie73 

Febu 4, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 

Sept S.1873 

Sept 2,1873 

Sept 2,1873 

Apr. 15,1873 
June 24, 1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
June 17,1873 
Sept 30, 18r.) 

Mar. 18,1873 
Apr. 22,1873 
June 10, 1873 

Mar. 1, 1873 
May 6, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Dec 23.1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 



Mar. 18, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

Oct 21,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Nov 18,1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 
May 13, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Feb. 11, 1873 
May 90, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 



Feb. 11,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 



June 3,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec 23,1673 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Apr. 89, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 



Apr. 8, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
Apr. 26, 1873 
Apr. 26, 1873 
Apr. 26, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 

June 17, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Dec 30,1873 
Dec 9. 1873 

Dec 3,1873 

Sept 16, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 



145 
358 

916 
646 
447 

360 

501 
145 



343 
216 
159 
145 
147 
148 

529 
667 



75 
563 
917 

589 
755 
264 



92 

90 

699 

815 

918 



589 
250 

413 
3;i6 
525 



621 
395 



50 
116 

311 
220 

151 
<I17 

\n% 

163 
50 



409 
495 
431 



251 

796 

414 



777 

763 

1,064 

1,064 

200 



2.19 
965 



845 

563 
794 

852 
286 

163 

533 
344 



115 
67 
50 

47,48 
48 
49 

165 

209 



26 
177 
311 

196 

239 

83 



29 

28 

229 

259 

311 



196 
79 

138 
104 
179 



205 
124 



132 
156 
146 



79 
258 
138 
139 



19 
856 
849 
335 
335 

65 



80 
314 



272 

178 
269 

277 
95 

56 

182 
115 



^ 



3 

3 

3 

3 

¥ 

3 



4 
4 

4 



3 
4 
3 
4 
4 



4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 



3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 



3 
3 

4 
3 
4 



4 

3 
4 

3 
3 
4 



3 
3 



3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 

3 
3 

4 
4 



4 
4 



I 

• 

356 
356 
356 
356 
20 
883 

365 
565 
537 

3Bv 

193 
20 
71 

37 



281 
144 
370 
2.'i3 
854 
254 

424 
694 



851 
678 
365 

311 
452 
640 

218 
505 
142 
678 
4.'>7 
365 



311 
159 

432 
651 
544 



202 
540 



171 
299 



159 
227 

432 



613 
235 
663 

485 
485 

356 



369 
183 
444 
444 
444 
115 

678 
338 

701 
621 

598 

308 
882 



UKITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Jlyhahttieal Ott of paknltM /or thi.gtar 1873— CoatlBiMd. 



140, 98S 



Locen, A. W. A.. Rocbdale, England. UohllDK pipe* . . 
LOKRiiw, J. C md 1'. P. Wilklu.. Wlllklon. Vl Hoop 



J., Retlj-vlllc. 



'». Shsddli 



[ mechmiljaii for loaaia .. 



ind E.UoldcD, Smclliwicli, EngUniL 



idUblea 

uxnii. Aypl/vftlMw,lT's'e»\'iioT[v.v^\y^\v^'.'.'^'.'. 

Loniai, G. H., SomerTllte, Hoiw. Ui^d tor glaw van 

Lombari. £.. ualgiinr la self and A. H. Colby. Plymouth. HIc 
Lombud, H„J.P. Uani]I,Bnd L, A. SweHtl. San Fnoclao 

ba'rt.'K' C., anl 

n,, .. ,.,„ »,„.» ,.,„-., A. LomotiU 

LoiDOut. F. T., (( oL IStt Uodiiea. P. F., laalKnor.) 

Initio* J., rt ot (Sa Lones, Vi '- "-■-'— - 

LoDM. J. C. and J., C. Vemon, 

caniage-ule*. 

Long i. AUtUter. (&v AlaUUr. It.ualguor,! 

Long Sl Allatoter, tSu Long. J. M.. laaignor.) 

Long Si. Binlbers. ISet Long. C. ](.. nwiEnur.) 

Long. C. It., VrnreesUr, Maaa. Macliine fi>r bcnillne clialn.lii 

Iadr, C. p.. and C. N. MoEvera, HurracTille, ItL Windmill. ... 

Loug. C. R.. BiwlEoor lo IxuK 6 Brolhi'r^ Luuiiville. Kv. Knfxi' 

Lobg. G. W.'llelavrarfi Cenlrv, Iciwa. Apparalua farloadlui- " 

Sanii' Sling Cor loadine and nn^llug hay, l^c... 

LoDK. J.. Mecbaoicabnrgb, Pa. Fire and water proof roof. . 
Long, J. M., aaalgnoT to Long Sc Allatatfr, EanilltOD. Oliio. : 

Long. N.. Mnncie. Iml. Antomalir-galo 

Long. p„aaiiignnr of one-lieinnlerral fi J. U. rbilllpa, renu Xovnablp. Pa. Callii-a 
Ixing, S.. Mav'"- '"■'- '■—■■'— - 



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Apr. 15. 
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Dii and ahonlder-bi 
DUith. Ky. Macliiir 



L.,r,;^,,.r, A.ondJ.'B.. Pawpaw. Mirb. Fralt-latldB 
Liiii,:i<:i..T K. (Ite Longoor, A. oudJ.IJ.} 
T-u^i\,;,. < '. £. ISii Collina li Loogden.) 
Ijjiii^f.-llnsv, H. N.. LawrencB-Maaa. Hot^lr fornac 
L..<i<:l.'i . A. H., aud B. R Hllcknoy, SprlugBeld, UaK 



1813 690 ast 



Lciii;:n.ll, H.. Manalleld, Pa. Boring-niachinB 

L•,l,~^.i A., Uoboken, N.J. Apiiaralui and nroceaa for revivifying bi 

Loofbourrow, D..Hilli'lwroiigh.Iowa. ltc<>-h]ve 

Look, CIlrfcigBpoM, Conn. Whf*l for veliiiJ«. 

Loomer. A. F. !.%< Loomer, I. H. and A. F. and Hinlth.l 
LooniKr.L.H.BDd A.F..and L.M.Snillb, 



o L. L. Loomer & Sons. BlrtDlDg. 



Ixnmer, L. 1., & Snna. (fiHldonior.L. H.and A.F.,and Smltb,BaaIgnor.) 

Ix»uila,J. W.,and A. T.GuodelLNi'iF Vork.N. Y. Breaal-plu. jio (Deaign). 

Loomii.K. II.. Cleveland, OhiOL NnMock 

Loomia. M.l.lbetty Centte, Oblo. Gale 

Leoney, J. J.. Saint I'etPrsbnrgh. Pa, Xrartlng beavy petndeani 

Sama Cl™iing oU.wella 

Lord, E., Portland, Mb. ^fa-bedalMd 

Lord, G. E., Utlca, N. T. Hnckins-chiilr. 

Lonl.U.C.,elii;. ■'■--'»—'- "' ■■ 

Lord, I.e., dot. I 

Lord, J. P., Uannliegtw. N. H . Key-cap foi 

Lord. T. aaaigsor to aelf. J. Kelly, and U. J. Paine, Providence, R. L 

IjireDB, J., and H. F, W. Bender, Hamilton. Oblo. Jtefrigentor. . 

Loreti, A. J.L-.nreoklyti.N. Y. Swam-pnmplng engine 



(.Su Stepheoaon, W. U,. aa^gnor.) « 
(«M Ricbardaon, J. D., asalgnor.) 
liester, N- H . Key-cap for key-board Ini 



.dblghand Ion 



l-wBti7Arj7L.VMigno7ofonniTlt^lDte™ttoN.Wbbwd.£^ 

Lorey, W. F.,Menrton, N.T. Bruah-ferrule '.'.'.'".'.'."^''.'.i^r.''.'.^^^!!;!'""'. 

LortOB.A.H., Sew York. K.T, Waab-slnod 

LorTea.A.M. (Sw Palmar. C.H.,ae«teDorl 

Loale ManufaotuKng Company- (.Vm Lo«l«. T. M,, Malcnorr) 

Loale. T. M.. aaaignorto LasleMaonfBOtaiiogConipuiy.Elinlra. N, T. Adj Datable atove- 

. p'i*«s — 



I':- 



I.,Pbi]adelpbLa,Pi 



.,, Folding-table, i 
and binge 



Bame. ■ . . . .Compoand binge 

Lolhrop. B, A. I«^ WetaOD, jTm,, assignor) 
Lota, w. H. (3m SuDUg A I^Ati.) 
LAncki. W., eiecnter. Tlf" Cniwell II Smith). 
Longhery. J. 3. (Set Maraton, T, P.. aaalcnc- ' 
Longhery.J. a.. New York. N. Y. Tag fa»C 
Loogblln, J., el oL {See Pritchard, T., aa ' 
LauRhiidgiN W.. Baltimore, Md. Steam 

Lonbaan, B..Salile«D'01onnea, France. 

Lounabenr, S.O., WllmlngleD.DeL Macmne* (or graining, pebUlvg, and eoflenlDg 

aklna andlealber 

Same Machinery ibr pebbling and graii 

Love Brothera. (See Love. S. Y., aoalgaur.) 

Lovo,J.,Coeaeta,Toi. Plow 

Love, J. C, Pblladelpbia, Pa. Vaporbunicr 



and air bra: 
, Domino . . 



«8 


136 
T2 


m 


1S6 


3.14 

4*6 




ra 


M 


m 


ee 


IBO 


S8.se 


tan 

3ie 


905 
130 


490 


16S 




1?J 


845 


BO 


an 


M 


eoo 

964 


89, M 


486 


133 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FBOM THE 
AlphabelicallM of pattnteei /or the year IS7S — ContinDed. 



Naint. residence, uid lateDtUiu. 



LoT-e, S. Y.. ualimoT 
Lots . W., MiConnBl 
LoT^W.,I 



.rotliun, PhllBdelphU, Pa. Lnbrinl 



■J0T,A.J.,««lgudr 
iivW-tBMi«Dlag 

LorelL i. A., VoroMte 



iognstA, U«. Storm vLH' 



Miaa. Uemenl' 



ix.eso 
m.Mt 



LotbH, M. N., BMlgnor of nne-hjif inirrwt to F. F. Aibni*, Erie, P». filep-liilder 

LoTril.M. N., Erie, Pb. Vosliine-nnchliiB 

l«yett.A.M., Zan^Tillp, Olilo. AiiiinBl-lrap 

Lovfti, O. L., FiicLburirh, Man. Machine lor wseh'.ng Mperaloclt 

LoTBll, T. R., PhiladflpTiH, P». Street-niilmy 

LOTswall. S. K. IS« Laiub, I. L.. ualEnor.) 

Low, .1., SWubeiiTLllfl, Ohio. Thlil -coupling , 

Low. J. B., KaTenna, Oiiio. ScrfW-cnttlnK daflce. . . 



ii,UaH. Muhlneror/^ 



V. R. Budwlch, IIL Slndrr's stand and table Ibr hairesUirB. 

. Lowoen, (i.. Brooklyn. N.Y. Caratarter 

I Lowder.S. (Sec Crlppen. I. A,,«iiiilj(nor.l 

! Lcwe.U.CaMlgnoTIOMirand J.B.Salcr,NorthHat,Ud. Knt-]i 
I Lowv.J. IfHfTeeiDBn.Lawe & Su-tbds.I 
Lowe, J., auli^or lo ihe AIIXTt Field TMk Compi 

catting out planchflta of shoet metal 

Lowe. J. A.. New York. Molding waler-Irapa (tnrnuoti).. : 

Sane Wnler-lrap (KxtenaJon) . . i ] 

Lowe.J.T. (SMTlioniaa.n-.E..uBiEnor.) 

Lowe.J.W.,ABliland, Ohio. Uorae liny-fork ! 

Lowl^ P. W., aulgnor lo solf and £. W. UoolltUc,. Plutirille, Couo. Die for forging ! 

Lowvll Huiufacturing Conipanv- if^ Canipbfill, R. R., aulgnurj 

[ Siuor (SKCbrialle.J.M., aaalgnorl 

" ■"-- Hiinier. Jj,a«iiignorT 



'■ Saine!""."(SMLlllev,i:.S,.«— „- 

Suns (A(McIfair,U..Basiguorl 

; Laewctisle[n,W.,Kooknk.IowB. Waion^ile InbiioBtflr 

H. L.. BinoiDelisai. ConD. MaDatftetnre of aboielai &c. ■ 



..(I>eBign.l 
;!(DeaignO 



Lowrie. H. C, aaelffbOT of one-half ill tetvat 

Ind. Draw bead for rallwaj-cara. . 
Lowiy, J. L., rtltabarab, Pa. Fire-pli 



iV^/a^b 



dl>.GibMn. Fort Wayne. 



iOEli. K. : 
iCUe. 



Luoag, J. B.. Portlani 

Lncaa. N.. Norwich, asaigPOT ef 
foroarding-DiachiDea 

Lucas, T, Eg CbeiterfieM. N. C. 



le-hair Interest to B. Lucas, Preston, Conn 



. W. IJ. iSee Lucas^ J., aaaijtuor.) 
Lac«. Q., aaalgnoT to Lnce, Son & Koian. Marseilles, Frai 

deailrerlng lead 

Lace.O.D..llewOrleaDa.Lii. Magaiine flre^um 

Lace. Son A Koian, (Sit Lace, G., aaslitnnr.} 

Lnoattl, A., Kfw York, N. Y. Wcream freeier 

Lncia.J.. LheleSnamlcD, Win. Uarbine for dreaaioe th 
Luckey, U.M.,Indlana]>oll^Ind. Tratle 



I. Apparatus for refining and 



f , &- M 



1M.T4I 
Ul, ISI 

it5,e6« 



D., New York, N, Y. C"rIsin.cord nok 

Lndlow. W. I.. Waeblnglon.D. U. Hingo 

LadwiE. J. H. A., a al. {Sa Itnckuer. C., assignor.) 
Lnehuann, F„ and C Rocbl. Cbicsgo, 111. Tnick for oiTTriDg w 
1 iiH" 1-1. Q,F.,Montargl«, Franco. Electrical slop foflooma, & 
I III). in. .\, (£teRagan.D.H„Basienor.) 

I.NiliM.r.M.. &C.a.AIIpn, Barre, Usss. Horse bay rack 

I lit" I. II., Massillon. Ohio. JJlnnRrpail 

I ..;' II ;toboken,N.J. Cnrtaiu^xird faatener 

" ■ -gh.N.Y. Crimplng-maclilne 

-■•' --Lg*wa< package.... 

^ juad for deatioying In 
Composite beams 



r.. ZBn™.ilie.6lilo. 



Landjiergb, A., Chicago, ill. Foldlng-lonnge 

LuDdgren, J., assignor to J. R. Cole, New York, N. Y. Steam cooklng^pparatos 

Lundqoist. K, Grasa Valley, Oal. Proceaa for separating gold and ailTetDiimbasometali 
Lunkenbeinjcr, F. Cincinnati. Oblo, and J. lleeban, Covjngtou, K;. Lubricsting. 
— (Dealgol. 



...yppert.*„iiP.8LPiorre. WUIianiaportiPa. 8<iw".'.'.'. 

Lupprlan, C. {Sa Giintber. H.. aaalgnor.) 

Lnqnet, A., San FraDClscb. CaL Ageing winea and Itqnora . . 

' -isby. C. C, Fblladelpbia, Pl Umbnlli 



Ltral^, C. C, aaalgnor 



.nibers,Philadelpbla,Pa. Fan. 



Apr. 49,1873 
HepL 1«, Itrra 
Deo. !»,1873 



"? I 



Feb. fiera 


83 




»S 
















BS9 




Ml 




Till 






AuglB,lBT3 






9M 






















Apr. I.isn 


160 










ADg.».lB!3 


5TI) 
















































"m 






Aug. m, ITO 




Mar. 11,1B73 


xn 








S«7 



iu,«e« 

3,38« 



130, m 
iw.ras 

130,599 
138,911) 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Atphabttkal litt iff patenltei for llu year 1973— Coo tinned. 



Winter, Fhi1iide1p1iia.Fik TrmbmlU-UpreUiDW... 



ine-hiir loUregt U> Rlcbarda it Fui. Bachuu, Mich. Carpet' 



Lntlisr. J., I 
■tretoher 

LdUict.J.H., Fetm1«aiiiCpntni,Pe 

SsniB Well-niiokina 

Lnlher.J. P., Berlin, WU. TurulnB-lBlbB 

LnltgB[i».H.A.,PBler»uii,N.J. Pfilh.wbMl for ««rria<(BS 

a»mB W«gon-bodv 

LaU.J.A. ISHWaSdell. W. H. &L..ani1Luti.) 

Ljde, O. F. ISa Rlcliards, J. B., SHigogr.) 

l.idlatte J,, Montreal, Canada, aaslEnur to New Bngliuiil CUua Compwi}'. Boston, M*sa. 

LjIe.J.A., Bridgeport, Ohio. Flvbrnsh 

Lyle, K., (I al. (Sei Wea^ant, H. L., uaiirDor.) 

Ljloa, H., Wanhiriirton, D. C. Fire-eacape Udder 

Lyman, J. B., KocVford, 111, Carbareter 

Ljncb, E. F.. Davenport, luwa. Cqllivalor 

Lynch, M, A., Bcaloo. Maw. Lamp-llEhtlag apMratns 

Ljnch,l'.P.,lfewH-k, N.J. Hlngr..... .....:_ 

Lrndo,J.D., Plill»delpbia,Pa. SvctJonal atoam-geDerator 

Lyon and Fellows Manafiicturlne CompanT. IStt Hatch, G. W., uslgnor.) 

Lyon,C.B., BoSilo, N.T. KsvoTvinif blae'kboanl 

Lyon, a A., a al. {See Palmer, Q. N., assiinor.) 

Ljon.LW., Brooklyn. N.Y. Dentinfs nlogl : 

Lyon, LW., New i'ork.N.Y. Denllst'e alool 

Lyon, V. H., IndianapollB, Ind, BoHle 

Lyop, W,, Mamaroneck, iMlinior to the Biddle Manufaotnrlog- Company, New York, 

Vr. Comhlnedpauobinaandnlieartna; machine ". 

LyDna.A., andLB. ihrabaniB, New York, N. Y. Pin-blngs 

LjoDS. J-, Chippewa, CanadA. Boot and shoe ntreteber.-.--....-^- -.-,--......-... 

Lyooa. M.r., New York, N.Y. PlaaierwaU 

Lylcb.J., Laorinbnrgh, N.C. Fertliuer-dlatribQter 



MoDtbly. jOffloUl 




I.W.M., Chicago, HI. Briek-klln 

..,F„NewKk, nTj. Mold for Ikncy bntWna 

MbUs.G.. Dixon, m. Windmill 

MaedoDBli C. Hoboken. and C. (I, H. Fiilicbe. Paterson, N. J. Tara-talda . . 
UacDonaldt J., Boston, Maan Moohlne for boring and faclDg cyllodera 



.,_0., WUklnBbDr(h.Pft. Railway-oa 

e,LO., Plttabnrgh.BB. r-" 

, jj J- ^ . 



>|,|J., Newark, N.JT timKboal-aiiSd 

B.L., laaignor tosnlf and T, U. Dlcklnton. Essex, Coun. Earth-el 
" B. New York, N. Y. ForceUin btooka for dental SlUnga 

.. .... ^.. . « , '"—ting implement , 



Uaok. D., BomeavlUe. Euis. Oarden 



U*eli,&F. . 

Hack, W.B.,BosCan. Mass. Ejeoloi 

Hackay, D., Chloago, HL Wlndow-sisb ai 
Mtskay,J.,Diuidaa. Canada. Mill f"' -^ 
Hackay. F. N., ^Mo FrancUioo, Cal. 



n, R, sssiKnor) (Dealgn.1 



Haclcle, S. J., WeatminsUir. England. Uanafactnre or gun-cc 
Uaokliitoah, J. ISa Llodsley S. HaekiDtogb.) 
MacLean,J.F„ Brooklyn, N.Y. CoraeUilaap 



ilure, J., Newark, f 



SepU 1«, 18Ta 
Apr. a>),l»T3 

Apr. n ISJS 



May t. 



dladelphL 
"■ raon, Macy & M 
. Dodavortli. BulTilo, N.Y., laid Dodswortb aaaignor by mesne 

assignmentto J. Hewitt. FlolJng.maohlne (Kolssue). 

Maden.J.B, («« Carpentsr, C, Jr.) 
Maertens, B.. FblUdelphla. Fa. Elet 



e,8» Maerers. W.. New York. 
0,»T9 Magee,J.,C: 



Btop. motion J 
(See Magee, J., aaalgnor J 
assignor to tbe Magse Fur 



IIS, Ml 
U«.M5 



Magee, P., Haw OrlMOs, La., RoUway.traek tamper... 
Mageean, M., and Q. W.Marka, ChloalEO, 111. BleTBtor 
Uagln Raffle Company. (.8^ Arnold, G.B., aa^gnor).. 
M^e, J. K, Canlnn. Dl. Station-Indicator 



Magowan. A., Trenton, EI 
Magnirs, C. V., Brooklyn 
MaEao. S., Clsyslaod, dhli 
" 'an.&W,. aaalgDorlo 



BUoklngbruah 

id C. E. CuiielV Middiebiiry"Yi! ' Aliicisol 



Nov. «,J8T3 



Apr. IS, 1871 



=!! 


lea 


S3S 
1,00S 


ss 


811 


360 

Hi 


396 


129 


146 

691 
»1 


so 

19. 20 

am 


4!ie 
8H 


IW 

ma 


315 


105 


491 


50,51 


330 


..!!'. 




153 


■see 

S5S 

8116 


929 

aw 


aa 


219 


7S3 


IMS 


i 

BS1 


311 


530 


IIU 


^ 


ilS 


sH 


it 


*B» 





INDEX OF PATENT8 ISSUED FBOH THE 



Jlpkaletkaljitt of palenttet /or tit year 1873 — Continoed. 



Kame. retldence, kcd in 



Malinrin, J. L. (SHThomiwan Jl; Mabnrtu.) 

: Hudlnr, U., f leODtrli. (Sa Bocti. \f .1 (KiUnilon.) 

I MillMi,P.,C»iitoii, N.T. Ulll[^»»ler 

" ."-... jewelKmoouttoUsine'sPorubleTenUtaUir 



Haine,8.C,, BoatoD, Hau, wwlgnor 

CompMiT, Vemiluor 

MilDe.S.C..ifaHiDD.UiiM. Cur TentlUtor 

Mulna's I'orUble VcDtlUtot Cumpuiy. (Sie U 
U^Ire, B,, VeauoIlM, Ftedm. Wooden pin. 
I M>Jer, v.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Msphine for forming thi 
. MiOnr, W. T., et nl («k Croti, C„ UMleiior.) 
. M Jlck, W.. Erie, I'l Muhtne fur niBltDi sUp!« 
I BMne Uachlusfor pointing aUplu* 



k\Xll U^ire, 



Mdlstt. F. V^ Maw Haven, C»nn. Uichliio far maklagDoedlM... 

I Mallon, J. (8k Vim Phul k Mmllan.> » 

MallDTr, n. W.. Uyitie Bridgn, Codo. Bostlinrorlng appuatas ... 
UaUory, Wheelsr iCt). ISa Andr«wa, W. U., ualgnor.) 

idK'£DniBnierlKew'York,'i.\'Tf'safrty'ii« 

IIL Pr.iDinii.BhHra 

Veloli, K. P., iMignor.) 



Milmetrfim, 

Hsloa«. M.a, Palmyn 
j Malanoy, J., el (U. [Sie W 



..(Relu 



'., Boaton. utignot to B. K. Lanbto 






Mmloy.J.C. («H UiUer, (i.C. miicDocJ 
M.I0J, J. C, JohnMown, Pa. KaUwayUi 

-alRiHir to'siv. LanbM aad S. B. Hodjin. Lynn. Mhh. 1. . 
.— -- for bumlahlng and trim mLni; the edges of boot and aljooBolea... 

Idachliwrortriinnilug, die, the edges of boot and ahoeaolva 

MaltMe, P.L., Ramapo, NewTork, N.Y. Tblll-ODaplliig 

Ualiby, D. K.. c[ aL IBtt CapeweU, U. J., Bai<l|tt<«r.l 

Maltby. 1'.. ClBTeUDd. Otaio. Kegtstering steain-goge 

ManaEau, J. U., il al (Sm Wynn, U.. an^gnnr.) 

Maneha, J. F., Ridgel*. Md. Bedntoad-Imtonlnit 

Mancheater, F. 0. |Sh .lenkiiK^ N.. auilxriur.) 
Uangbani, J. T., OatwUle. Tex. Apparatus foi 
llBDgold,^. NoirYork, 14. Y. UJk .boiler alarn 
Manlco. B.. London, KngUiid. anlgnor to E.V 



■tretcblng wire fenoe*... 
n-gUM, Maur Orleans, l.a. 



Uaoigle, E. M.. 

Muker.W.J.,3odalia,bo. Car«l 

' Uanlsy, W.K., New York, N.Y. KoUry engine 

\ Uanly, U. U. (Ah SbIIws Ic Maulv.) 

I Uaol}. M.M,,uidB.3ellera,Philadelpbla.Pa. Rolled-Iron raiddlaga 

Uann, A.&, Fittslrortcb. Pa. ^d, tliitlDg, and band Irou 

Same SnoothlDa.lron. 

I Same -...., Uand-wsaning rubber... ...... .,-.-..... ...... 

I IfaoD, A.S.. SalntUals, Mo. Plow _ 

Hann. D. liitWCabbsrIey Jt Uaun.) 

I Muin. R D., Elyria. O. KaUwaychali' 

I Hann, B. tSallaan.J.F.A H.) (UFSLgn.) 

I UauD. J. F.&H., Brooklyn. N.Y. doek-case (DasfkuJ. 

Uann, K. J., Barilngtan,lawa. CoDatructiun of melalllc sl>-ves 



H,. New York, S. Y. Hlng 



--.s.H.Y. Cpri« 

Uanner, U.C. Mott Uaren, N. Y. t:pr 
Manser, G.U.,Nb« York, N.Y. PUuio 
Manning, Bowman & Co. iSa Manning 
ManolnK, C. H., Washington, U. U, Ta 



..(Iteissi 



kfannlug, D. K., Brooklyn, aHiLgnur to J. J, & W. M. Walloo. New York, N. Y. 

blned paper.welgbt and sponjEe-bolder 

UanslDK, K. B, UlddletowD. (%ni>. Tea and ooOiie pot bsse (Des 

UanninK, K. B. , assignor to Manning, Bawmaii A Co.. Weet Mertden, Com. Mob 

pitcher 

Uaanlnic, F. [Sa Morgan, C. sssignor.) 

MaoDing, G.8., Danvilli, 111 Ijd?B work-sUnd 

Uannlng. I., aSBlEnartoM.S.Frlak. FbllBdelpbiB.Pa. ijewliig-ninchlne 

Manning, J., Kockport. assizor la C. J. Norwood, Ipawioh, and J. J. & W. N. 

Dlug. Rockporl. Hsaa. Mauufacluraef l^ngbias 

Manning, J. J., »i at (S« MnnDine. J., - ' 



nnlng, R. S., Trei 

nnlnn. W, D.. (t aL tart Manuini, 

using, W.N., Kockport, Masa. Ki 



, .. Sealing t 
aL (iSbvManuini, J., 

ackport, ;■ ■ 

Bockford, HL 



iifci 



^,6tao, Ms. Cani-hwk.!.!.. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

J., JeOarson, Wis. Coaklog uteuKll 

P. R.. Lancastor, Mass. Feed aaddsllTery apTOD .. 
W. (SUdauborD&MsnsHeldi „ 



1 .5 



I. C, aaslBnur) (Reissue J 



. Feb. IB, IS 
. Feb. 18. IB 
. Mar. 93. IS 



J-ilj 8,16 
Jan. 36. IB 



.' July sal 16 



.. Sept. u, 11 
.. Joly 1.11 



IINITBD STATKS PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
jllphabetiail lut of paleulees for the year 1873— Cou tin ueil. 



13S,tel 

137. »s 
H4'.Mi 

H3.»ea 

1S9.JW 

144. wa 



Uaiio 



A. A. Millui, Auburu, Mc. PEj{gliiK- 
G. Batw PhiiHlcii^KPL' Tmm) for 



loro. R-.Jr.. BMigocirof onK-h»lr°iotor*8t 

Monloii.'j. P. (S«K'ijiulnetoo,T'li»y«ititBnWu!r 

Mmiurl. E.. B»si|tnnrio»elf>iita.(Juj. MllwankM, Win Tuln-cutUr 

Maiiiii-I, G. W.. Napa, C»l. Ganaplnw 

Maiiwaring H.. DaoTillB, Ky, Thi!1-coaplin» 

Mipi'R.A.J. (^ HuKli«<i & Uapra ) 
UaiH-H. K (,S«MBrttD&.Ua]ws.l 

Mapottier. D, H.. Louimille. Ky. Safetv Eun-looks 

Maiipin, W.S. (See SkrfnM, H.. awiEnor.l 

MatDlf, E. F., and K. W. Gliddaii, Atilsbarongh, Mami.. auiKnon to WUUng Muin- 



V.J. 



.Witniarnfoii(i-taaIfliit«niM'tot.KUargu/AIU*Dce.dbiK' Uu: 

..IIItHburgli, Pa. CaV-cnopliDB .'.'..'.. '.'.'.'.'!,' .'J!. ".'.'! 

Safely-platronnlbroan 

Caraifr-boi 

ideiphii'iC"*NiidVe.iii;i' '.■.!;;■.■.;:. "'.:;■.:;;;:; 

(Reiwne: 

(Reinup. 



Uarcy, I,.J.,PLiladulplila,Pa. UaKio-lai 



1. 1U1.V, 



.r roF InWi 



Ir iDtoreat U 



I ManUL Breech .loadiof 



Marelll.S. (See MarelU, A., wiignor.)' 

MargfMii. J. 11., Swampsnilt. Maaa. SUlr.rall raoldlng-maohlmi 

Marifeaaim, A.. BaDeor, Me. Moocaalo 

UarlD, F^ Geneva, iTwiUerUoil. RailKaj-oar 

Marine Variometer Company. {Set Cook. H. O.^aaainnor,) 

Manng. L., aiiA E, Mcrti. Basle. Snltairlaiid. Hvilrocarbon na-appara 

Uartoii, y.. an.l y. E. Wilson, Grovoland. III. Hay-rake and loader 

Marker, 8. A., Indianapolis, Ind. Harnnia-paA 

""■" ilpbla,PH. CombinetfUble.siool,«ndaUnd... 



Marklpy, F, A,, WavneelNironeli, Va. Compound oiplortve projectile .'.'. 

Markloj- H. B.,andA. Mathiew, SanFrBnciBOO,CaL Watch-chalD (Dealni) 

Marks, (!. W. (See Uaner*o & Marks.) 



■kn, J. Y.. Kuchesler'; Pa. Fire-kindli 
Marke, S„ San Fraoeiseo. CaL Veaiiel fo 

MarJand.O.'.Boaton. MBaa."?rlBi 
Marlin. J,M.. Mew Haven, Cudu 



itoani-enirlne Eove: 
evolving fli 



:niaD. J, M.. asalanor.l 

oik, N. V. Machine for 

• self and 1. H. C. Munaey, Boston. Mass Shli 



itricoa far stereotype-plat^ 



aarrlntt, T., Detroit. Uleb. Notmee-Krater.... 
tiarra, U., aaaienor of iwo-lhlnls Intereal to H. H. 
Tnonsblp, IlL Scrnpinn and loadiuE maohlne 
UsTTs, H. H. (Set Mhits. D., awlenor.) 



(Relaauo.) 

H. iiarra and G. R Carter. Frlendi'Civeli 



ke. Now Haven, Conn" 1 
b, C, ad. Natcbei, Mlsa. 
h, E. J. (SwDorwv, D, 1 



o Ibe Blaka Cmaber Company and B. V 



Plow . 



J, F., Llttloi„.„ 

■ - U..l.iim]a, Inwi 
>uih Adanie, M 



Manh, L. Sui 



hall, A, J, 



Mass, Aik-alfter 

•■ C. anlgnor.) 
., BSHKnor.l 

ind'u*E Miles, SjcaniorB,' 111.' ' Windmili" ! 
Noitb HnnUo. if, r. Dill and letter file . .. 






Marsball.lT.,L.iekport,N.r."Mrt«llkcia«p,; 

Marthnll. C, Plilladelpbia, Pa. Coaling iron and other metala with pt^itwting'ai 

Marshall, E.N., Grand Rapids, Uieb. Hailvay-aignal 

Marahall.G., Now lurk. N.Y. SawiiiE-machtne 

Marfhall, J., Conlova, IlL Coni-abeller . 

Marshall, J. C. ( j!h Hult & Marabull.) 

Marshall. J. C. (Sre Smith & UaTsUatl.) 

Marsliall. J. C, San Franoisco. Cal. HoislinR-whim . 

ManhaH, M., aasignor to self and D. Lane, CuHell, 1 



.. Wilml 



n,Del. 



... ffllmlneti _ 
r. v., New fork. N. T. Apps 

u, D. W,', aiiflj. S. Skinner. Lp'&uL., . 
n. F. W.,Bud O. Jouea, Philadelphia, P. 
n. P. W„ awienot In J. Moraa, Philadfl 



Machine Ibr di*tni«graflng 



id prooesB for renderlnf; lard. . . 



ff.n Mophoad . 
-•a. Car-eoiinlinc .. 
■Iphia, Pa. ftplift-li 



Sail 




S.|ffi 



Dec. IB. 1873 

Jan. 91. 1S73 



Month ly Official 



»» 3 , 694 



114 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabelical list of patentees for the year 1^73 — Con tinned. 



Na 



138,670 
6,935 
134.756 
134, 757 
143,364 

137,700 
145,115 { 
141.007 ' 
134,910 j 

136. 846 

140, 056 
144.686 



5,405 
144,343 
134,555 
138, 570 
138,754 

140, 057 



136.926 
137, 143 

141, 448 



144. »78 



135,569 
142, 575 

145. 667 
137,460 
140,380 
138,571 
135,652 

136,661 

143,087 
143, 173 

134, 691 

141, 153 
140, («34 
6,958 
140,932 
144. 344 



142.711 

145,668 

5,411 



136.662 
139. 592 
139,256 
137,784 
142,801 
133, 376 



137,461 
137. 462 
142,251 

142,488 

145,885 
134. 814 
145, 436 

143,518 
143, 519 

142,640 
145, 669 
143. 919 
135,436 
139. 073 

141.061 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Marston, H. C 
Maraton, J. M 
Marston, T. P. 

Same 

Maraton, T. P. 

book 

Martin, A. C, 
Martin. A.C., 
Martin, B. F., 
Martin, li. G.. 

fmit, &c . . . 
Martin, R G., 
Martin, K M. 



,, Waahington, D. C. Seal-lock for boxes 

.. Boston, Maaa. Frame for machines (Desi(;n). 

, assignor to J. S. Lougherj-, New York, N. Y. Tag- fastener 

..Ta 



f 



, and N. M. Phillips, New York, N. Y.. assignor to N. M, Phillips. Tag- 

Waddam's Centre. 111. Corn-planter 

and R. Fergnson, I^ena, 111. Corn-planter 

and E. Mapes, Itochester, N. Y. Vest-so pporter 

assignor to self and £. K. Esmond, Now York, N. Y. Press for cheese, ) 

New York, N. Y. Cotton-press 

(See Martin, C. G. and B. M.) 



(Reissue.) 



Martin, C. Yervicrs, Belgium. Device for regulating the twist in spinning-frames 

Martin, C. G. and B. M., New York. N. Y. Water-gage for boilers 

Martin, C. M. (See Martin, D. N., assinior) 

Martin, C. M., et al. (See Stanton, J. \V ., as:iignor.) 
Maitiu, D. I)., et al. (See Newton, J. M., assignor.) 
Martin, D.N., Lawrence, Mass.,as8ignor to D.si. and C. M. Martin. Stove-door. (Reissue) . . 

Martin, E., Potsdam. N. Y. Milk-cooler 

Martin, G. B , New York. N. Y. Coustrnction of canal-boats 

Martin. H., Duncan, Pa. Drilling-machine 

Martin, fl., Chicopee, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to W. C. McCallan, Spfingiield. 

Mass. Brick -machine 

Martin. H. B.. San Francisco. Cal. Brake reaction movement 

Martin. H. M. (See ReilleVi J- G., assignor.) 
Martin, J., et al. (See Uolienweger F. J., assignor.) 

Martin, J., New York, N. Y. Machine for turning bags 

Martin, J., Henry City, 111. Thill-<5oupling 

Martin, J., deceased, by L. Baker, administrator, and G. W. Wilson, Morenci, Mich. 

Machine for rossing li«rk 

Martin, J. E. (See CHtf &, Martin.) 

Martin, L., Oswego, N. Y. Axle for vehicles 

Martin, M. (See Fitzhugh. B. G.. assignor.) 

Martin, M..ef a/. (See Harris, S. W., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Martin, M., Baltimore, Md. Wash boiler attachments 

Martin, M., and J. A. Stnder, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jewelers* show-case 

Martin, N. D. (Se^ Prince & Martin.) 

Martin, P., Med ford, assignor to self and E. S. Oilman, Soroer>'ille, Mass. Lamp-wick — 

Martin, S., Knobnoster, Mo. Brick-machine 

Martin. S., Parshallvilte, Mich . Washing-machine 

Martin, S. H.. Mount Vernon. N. Y. Extension-table 

Martin, T.. Chelsea, Mass. Loom-shuttle 

Martin, T. C. (See Stimens &, Martin.) 

Martin, T. M., assignor to self and A. S. Hallidio, San Francisco, Cal. Swivel-hoisting 

apparatus for mines 

Same Saddle for wire-ways 

Martin, W., Clarence. Iowa. Donble-tree 

Martinconrt. C. T. (See Fowler. R F., assignor.) 

Martindale. H., assignor of one-half interest to J. R Crow. Newark, Ind. Combined 

chair, table, and bureau 

Martin<lale, R. H., Hobbieville, Ind. Thrashing-machine 

Martindale, W. C. Philadelphia, Pa. Horse hay-rake 

Martino. J., assignor to C. Noble & Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. Stove (Design) . . 

Marwedel, E., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for cleaning knives, forks, &c 

Marx, E., New York, N. Y. Saw 

Marx. M. (See Spencer. C. B., asfdgnor.) 

Masac, T. (See Aschenbrcnner, uTM., assignor.) 

Mase, F. W., Oabkosh. Wis. Water-strainer 

Same Seed -separator 

Mashmeyer, J. A., Beardstown, III., assignor to S. S. Sargeant, Newark, N.J. Buckle. 

(Reissue) 

Mason & Hamlin Organ Company. (See Trowbridge. W. O., assignor.) 

Mason, A. C, Chicago. HI. Machine for wiring the joints of clothespins. . . (Extension) . . 

Mason. A. J. (See Rogers Sc Mason.) 

Mason, B. A. (See Bayard & Mason.) 

Mason, C, New York, N. Y. Samj^e-fastener 

Same Paper-file 

Mason, D. N., Indianola, Iowa. Heating-stove r. , 

Mason. I., Brooklyn. N. Y. Bottom for sofas, &c 

Mason, J., Detroit, Mich., and G. W. Rogers, Brooklyn, N. Y. Float for life-rafts 

Mason, J. F., Johnstown, N. Y. Glove (Disclaimer filed) . . 

Mason, J. L. (See Baker. C. L. W., assignor.) 

Same (See Neuber & Perry, assignors.) 

Mason, J. L., New Brunswick, N. J. Fruit-jar 

Mason, J. L.. New York. N. Y. Fruit-jar cover 

Mason. M. B., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to self and J. S. McCrura. Spark-arrester lor 

locomotives '. , 

Mason. O. R., Binghamton. N. Y. Device for thawing ice from water or gas pipes 

Mason. R. D. (See Neill, W. J., assignor.) 

Mason, S.. Haroden, Conn. Carriage-pole tip 

Mason, W. B., Boston. Mass. Parallel-ruler 

Mason, W. M.. Bufialo. N. Y. Apparatus for sweating hides or skins 

Masseth, B. (See Downing, W. H . assignor.) 

Massoy. G. B., assignor to self and A. B. Darling. New York. N. Y. Hoisting-apparatus. 

Massey. G. B , and A. B. Darling, Ne^ York, N. Y. Hoisting-apparatus 

Massey, J. (See Cockcroft &■ Ackroyd, assignors.) 

Massey, J., Chester, Pa. Metallic piston-packing 

Massey, W. W., Baltimore, Md. Curtain-fixture 

Masten, J , assignor of one-half interest to J. P. Coo, Lee, Ohio. Chum 

Masterman, W. H., and W. T. Hooper, Stockton, Cal. Car-stake supporter 

Masterton, W., Stockton, Cal. Sacking attachment for thrashing-machines 

Masury. J. W., Brooklyn. N. Y. Paint-can, Sue (Extension) . . 

Same Paint-vessel and package 



May 6.1873 
Oct 7. 1873 
Jan. 14.1873 
Jan. 14.1873 

Sept 30,1873 
Apr. 8. 1873 
Dec. 2, IH73 
July 22. ISn 

Jan. 14,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



May 13.1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 
Jan. 7. 1873 
May 6,1873 

May 13,1873 
June 17, lerj 



Mar. 18. 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Aug. 5, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 



Feb. 4. 1873 
Sept 9, 18TJ 

Dec. 16,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
JulT 1. 1873 
May 6,1873 
Feb. 11, 1873 



Mar. 11, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 



' Jan. 

\ J"iy 
July 
Oct 
July 
Nov. 



7, 1873 
22, 1873 

8.1873 
14, 1873 
15, 1873 

4,1873 



Sept 9,1873 
Doc. 16,1873 

May 13,1873 

Sept 6,1873 



Mar. 11, 1873 
June 3,1873 
May 27, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Sept 16, 187:j 
Apr. 4, 1873 



Apr. 1,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Aug. 26. 1873 
Sept 2.1873 

Dec. 23. 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Dec, 9, 1873 

Oct 7, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 
Dec. 16.1873 
Oct 21,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
May 20, 18r3 
July 12, 1873 
July 22, 1873 









181 



58 



246 
247 

921 

384 

69 

615 

382 

453 

560 
449 



457 
142 

49 
94 

268 
567 



80 
80 

312 

119 

22 

208 






3 I 512 

4 ! 3c0 
3 ' 40 

3 I 40 



4 
3 
4 
4 



C121 ), 

{i22 r 



150 



152 4 



144 
47 
15 
30 

83 
179 



I 



34 
91 



162 
235 



287 
128 
735 
470 
435 



96 

43 

232 

;47 

146 



163 
163 

779 
152 



52 
52 

257 
49 



768 


251 


298 


96 


355 


119 


100 


35 


102 


35 


287 


94 


569 


187 


489 


165 


41 


12 


555 


174 


C^9 


222 



518 171 I 
719 \ 238 



11 
30 



52 
76 



568 


187 


162 


51 


38 


12,13 


94 


30 


251 


79 


287 


96 


677 


233 


741 


255 



182 
747 
264 


519 

246 

90 


531 
1-2 


177 

48 


346 
568 


116 
187 



464 146 



3 
3 

4 

4 



3 
4 

4 

3 
4 
3 
3 



3 
4 
4 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



4 

4 



3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 



3 
3 

4 
4 

4 

3 
4 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 



365 
400 
591 

87 

51 
300 

678 
5:18 



545 

4!K) 

U 



3 
4 
3 

3 I 505 

3 I 529 
3 : 678 



.305 
332 

138 

485 



140 
273 

655 
370 
11 
505 
159 



277 
329 
335 



21 
97 
41 

401 
70 

490 



283 
655 



3 546 

4 : 240 



277 
619 
588 
419 
299 
356 



370 
370 

225 
254 

684 

44 

626 

389 
389 

277 
655 
438 
131 
566 
35 
90 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873 



Alphabetical list of pa(mti»ii for the g 



r 1873— Continued. 



I Uontbly | 



MMiirj, J. W., Brooklyn, ,__ 

M»l*hi!tJ. F.. md P. 'W. Smllh, Parii 
Mnlh.r.k r. „.._... , 



lot pnlnt in . . 
"- . ■Wheel - 



DltlVBb 



131,011' 



■ire> A Un., Chlisuro. Il_. _, 

■ly,J.C..Irrlne,Kv. Hsmp-brsko 

UAthewa.A.J. -(See Parry &■ UnOifva.) 

Matliem,J.W..KtlbODnie,Ohlo. Ksil-fciioe 

Maihiwi D. H., il at. (SM Van Deriee. C. waignor,) 

UikChlen. A. {See Mirkley & Uulhlon) 

MatblewD.C. A., anil J. V. Schrwlor. New York. K. Y. Seal-pl 
-Y,. New York, N. T. HeBl-lmot for horaes 

, J. V,. Cleveland. Ohio. VenliUOng wKl«r-olo«ot boi 

L., Quint •■■ — 



.v.'Ke 



136, T« 
I3«:330 



M«™. M., .«lgnor of o^^half Inte™,! U 




auttolA, B.. IHltnior of hair int«reat to 


I. Coleman, New York. N. Y. WaUr-proof 



June 3t, 1813 



Aug. ss! IB 
Ang. 12, 18 



■fcJ., New York, N 



. S.'ed-ilrill.. 
IDI, F. B. agsicDor.l 
Metal lini-d; copper, aad otbemaMla ■■ 



...Uevli^eforoloalliKbottleiii 
, .. Appantna for fllllng boCLli 
. ..Carbanlu-neld eenci 



, copper, u 

IHTBHei 



III Diber Teaaela... 



..jddiipenaJDebevoragea --. 

nr, rountain. aDd other leaaeU 

•aniportlng battles 

for dlapenalnj! »da-water and other bereragse 



Same .. -. Device furdlspanaluE "irap iu soda-water Bpi 

Same Apparatnafeircbiri^nii liquids w[tb carbonit 

&un6 HofilBT for »od»- water tumWers 



MattbewB.J. K.CIi 

Uatlhtn-s, W. J. ISet Scott A Ustthewa.) 

Mattliewa, W. N.. (( oL <5u Hunt, F. B., aaaignor.) 

Mall.hlas.J..(.-BwTork, N. Y. Mutch-boil 

MaUbiesaen. F. W. (Sm Hegeler tc UatthiesMn.) 
MattuUatb.J.F, H. (S« Wasner, H. B., aaaignor.) 
Maule, F. I. (See Pancoast A^aitle.) 
Manrice, C. C^New York. N. Y. Lithographic preaa , 
MawhiunOT, H. H. </te Wiggin. J. E.. assignor.) 
Uiillulil, A. V... Uiadeforil, Me. SbnfVholillocaltaohn 
MB»lii.fnmr..r. Ki-w York, N. y. Blnl^-ap« 
Jnuiuany of New Yci 
irk. N.Y., aaaignor b 

. Jork." Carbureter 

H.8,.Brooklyn, N. Y. Fire-B.tlngulaher 

~" jil UP.Hawei, Brooklyn, N.Y. Steam.trap. 

IndepeoilMiQe. Iowa. Holary engine, 

Elmlra. S. Y. Kotary pomp or engine 

, natl, Ohio. Itnrean or wardrobe bedatead... 

Uay.E., Indianapolis, Ind. Conatruclion of prlaona 

Mi.\ B. a... Fond do Lar "" ■ "■— 



;■ jS'elo is 

- ■ Jolj 2% If 
-- JnlyW. U 

- Ang. S. 16 
..iNov.M.lJ',., 

- , Feb. 18.18)3 



Uaxim Gaa-Ui 
Mailm, H. S., I 
Company of 



oarrlagefl-., 
[L 3., aaaignor) . 



(f^uMail .„ 

sne aaaigument to " Maxim Qas Maohioe 
(Belssue). 



Uay.H.M, Bimi 

May! W., Bingham! 



..Mold for Ice.craamjel! 



ir preparing waxed ends. . 



..Metbodof oombiDii 
..MauofHctureof ind 
..Bubberandplumba 

.. Bottle .stopper 



Same Machine for cutting rubber sbeota into strips . . 

Same Machine fbr the manubctore of hose 

Same Implement for •raahiDKwimlowa.jco. 

Same Fnmigalor tor boapitaTand other uses 

Sauie Piston.pscking ... 



lame Apparatus for miiioK vuloanUable oomponods for rulibe 

iame Apparatns for iteliTCring sheeta from prtntiDg-preseea . . 

r. A., Detroit, Mich. Antomatlo ivllef.valve for steam fire^nginea 
'n* tlre40ginea -........,,.---.,...,...-..-, 



Mayor, A. M. <;S» Bl 

Uayer, C, Baltimore, mo. i^mp 

Mayer. F. B. (See Koppiti &. Uayer.l 
Mayer, L C. (See Chriaholm & S&yer. 



J. M. Payne. Fort Worth. Tei. Scraper. . . 

r T. . .. « i^.N.J. Scarf-ring.... 

and price balancea . . . 



nd L D. Leonard. 
Savoy. Masa Wei 

w York. N. Y. Bro 
... ... ..Sm Taylor, W.,aaai; 

d, W., Salem, Mass. Appari 



iinE and price balam: 
h-loading Bre-anu... 



Mayne, T. T., Fhlladelubla. Pa ^^ufaoture of latuL-needlea. . . 
--Byo.J.J. (,^ Milchull & Mayo.) 

ayo, W. H..Oroiui, Me. Exoelaior maobi'ie 

a\or, T„ Providence, B. L Flier for roving and spinning framt 



Oct «, 1813 .. 



Jul.v . 

jDiy i.ierJ 

July 15, 18 
July IS, 18 

jS1?^'~ 



,187) 



May 13,1813 
Jane I", 1813 



116 



No. 



143,590 
140,210 
144,625 
136,083 

142,405 
141.941 
138.339 
139,906 
139,723 
138,909 

137,854 

139,907 



137, 614 
5,615 

134,556 
140,211 

138,034 

143. 414 
139.593 
137,308 

134,999 
136, 745 

144,626 

145, 357 
136,927 

143,772 

146, Oil 
5,404 



139,324 
144,345 
144,551 
135.281 
135,235 

134, 758 

138,172 

141, 572 
5,616 



144,999 

139,172 

143.291 

141, 573 

138,422 
144,552 



139,406 
137,785 

143,365 



139,407 

138, 423 
136,084 

138,340 

5,630 

134, 912 

136, ail 



137,227 



135.653 
145,000 
135,236 
135. 136 
138, 57a 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — CoDtinued. 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Maze, D. B.. West Buffalo. Ohio. Harrow 

McAdams, G., Vevay, Ind. Cooking-stove 

McAllister, W., Lawrence, Mass. Protecting bnildinfrs against fire 

MoAninch, J. C., and G. Atkins, Youngstowu, Ohia Fettling for puddling and boiling 
furnaces 



MoAnnlty. J. D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Letter-envelope 

Mc Auliffe, J., New York, N. Y. Umbrelh* 

McA voy, H. L., Baltimore. Md. Steam-i>ower air-brake 

Same Fire-extinguisher 

McBride, J., Ithaca. N. Y. Butler-worker 

McBumey, W. H.. Sacramento City, Cal. Hay and cotton press 

McCabe. G. H., executor, {ike Lewis. D. D.) (Extension.) 

McCaffertv, J ., New York, N. Y. Composition-paint oils 

McCahill. B. F. (See Shyrma, A. F., assignor.) 

McCall, M., and R. O. Wood, Buffalo. N. Y. Safe-vault 

McCallan, W. C. (See Martin, H., assignor.) 

McCallum, Crease St Sloan. (See Heala, A., assignor) (Design.) 

McCambridge, A., et at (See Gordon, W., assignor.) 

McCandlish. C. N.. and J. C. Naginey, West Rushville, Ohio. Harvester 

McCarthy. £. P.. assignor td self and J. B. Grant, Sail Francisco, Cal. Wagon-spring. 

(Reissue) 

McCarthy, F., Chicago, 111. Shade and draught-blower for grates 

Same Cnflni)utton 



McCarthy, W. C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for cleaning c^w-pools, &c. 



McCarty. T. J^ Salem, Ohio. Stock-car 

McCarver. T. J.. J. Athey. and R Jennings. Oregon City, Oreg. Telegraph-pole. 

McCauley, J., Elkton, lid. Changeable-gage railway-truck 

MoCanle'y, J. D., et aL (See Kugler, O.. assignor.) 

McCauley. R. A., Baltimore, MdT Attachment for wash-boilers 

McCanllay, J. E., Philadelphia, Pa. Hose-bridge 

McChesney, R., llion, N. Y. Wood-joining 



McCleao, J., assignor to F. Cook, New Orleans, La. Device for forming bale-ties 

McCleary, J., Martin's Ferry. Ohio. Molders' pot or ladle 

McClellimd, J. A. (See Westover, G. C, assignor.) 

McClelland. J. A., Louisville, Ky. Collodion compound 

McClelland, J. C. (See Beach, 1., assignor.) 

McClelland, W., sr.. Fowler, IlL Draiight-eqnalizer .' 

McClintock, J. R., Mobile, Ala., and J. Cnroberland, deceased, assignors by mesne assign- 
ment to A. t) . Aiken. New Orleans, La. Cotton-bale tie . , (Reissue) . . 

McCIuni;. C. L. (See Sharp & McClung.) 

McClunie, T., Hartford, Conn. Metallic-gutter 

McClure, J. E., San Francisco, and D. H. Ainsworth, Salinas, CaL Blow-pipe 

McClure, J. F.. Connersville, Ind. Velocipede 

McClure, W., Sinking Spring, Ohio. Rotary chum 

McClure. W. B., assignor to self, H. O. CUughton, and J. C. Graham, Alexandria, Va. 
Back-chain for cart-saddles 

McClymond, C. B., Elderton. Pa. Whiffletree 

McCollin. T. H.. et oL (See Schofleld, J., assignor.) 

McColloch, S. L., Wheeling, West Va. Har\'e8ter 

McCollom. A. J., and G. D. Emery, Indianapolis, Ind. Saw-owage 

McConib. D., deceased, by M. A. McComb, administratrix, Memphis, Tcnn. Bale-tie. 

(Reissue) T. 

McComb, J. J. (See Brodie, G., assignor) (Reissue.) 

McConib, J. M., Lancaster, Ohia Paper-hanger's brush 

McComb, M. A., administratrix. (See McComb, D.) (Reissue.) 

McConnell. B., Philadelphia, Pa. (jombiued heating and cooking stove 

McConuell, H. (See Cutter, S.. assignor.) 

McConnell. R., W. Truesdell, and F. Mertshcimer, Omaha, Ncbr. Self-closing faucet 

attachment , 

McConnell, W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Sponge-cup 

McConnico, A. J., et al, (See Buford, A. G., assignor.) 

McCool, W. A., Ashland. Ohio. Screw-fonuiug machine 

McCool, W. C. Guthrie Centre. Iowa, assignor of one-half interest to D. H. Brumbaugh. 

Plow 



McCormick, C. H. (See Young, M.. jr., assignor) (Disclaimer.) 

McCormick, G. W.. Saint Francis County. Ark. Chum-dasher 

McCormick. H. T., Selma, Ala. Automatic fan 

McCormick. L. J. (See Young, M. , jr., assignor) (Disclaimer.) 

McCosker. P., assignor of one-half interest to H. Schmidt, Pittsbufgh, Pa, Clamp for 

securing advertising boxes to lamp and other posts 

McCoy. C. L. (See Heberling. J.. assign(»r.) 

McCoy, E., assignor of one-half interest to 8. M. Cutcheon and E. P. Allen, Ypsilanti, 

Mich. Lubricator 

McCoy, W. H., Miller's Falls. Mass. Tool-handle 

McCracken, E. D., New York, N. Y.. assignor to L. A. Bigelow, trustee, Boston, Mass. 

Gas-lighter 

McCray, W.. Black Oak, Mo. Pruninc-shears 

McCreary, J., Middletown. Pa. Coupling and steering apparatus (Reissue) . , 

McCreary, N. B., Phelps City, Mo. OrocerA' samplecjise 

McCreignt, A., and R W. Glasgow. Tranquility, Ohio. Cider and wine mill 

McCmm, J. S. (See Mason, M. B., assignor.) 
McCullou^h, J. G. (See Tucker. W. B., assignor.) 

McCully, N. (See Shales & McCully) (Design.) 

McCune. J. S. (See Bisbing &, McCune.) 

McCutchen. J. F., Philadelphia, Pa. Eccentric-ro<1 for steam-engines , 

McDermott, J. J., et al. (See Cuddy, J., assignor.) 

Same (See Herron, W. M., assignor.) 

McDermott, J. W., New York, N. Y. Revolving paddle 

McDonald, A.. Cumberland, Md. Means for operating screw-propellers 

McDonald, A. R., Chicago, 111. Steam-geuerator , 

McDonald. C, Ottawa, 111. Table cutlery 

McDonald, D. C. Kushfurd, N. Y. Horse bay-fork 



Oct. 7, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



Feb. 

Sept 

Aug. 

Apr. 

June 

June 

May 



18,T873 
2,1873 
19, 1873 
29.1873 
17, 1873 
10, 1873 
13,1873 



Apr. 15,1873 
June 17, 1873 

Apr. 8, 18rj 

Oct. 21,1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
June 24, 1873 

Apr. 22. 1873 

Oct 7. 187:j 
June 3,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

Nov. 18,1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 

Dec. 30,1873 

May 13,1873 

May 27, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
Jan. 14.1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

May 20, 1873 



Sept. 30, 1873 847 
Aug. 5,1873 141 






103 
719 
398 

637 
76 
492 
999 
441 
267 
399 

531 

442 



308 

520 

50 

720 

704 

18 

129 

26 

472 
357 

399 

288 
520 

365 

901 

456 

793 
143 
329 
TJ8 

699 
247 

819 
140 

521 

721 

648 



Apr. 29, 1873 

Nov. 11,1873 

May 27,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Sept. 30, 1873 



May 27, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Apr. 29, IST) 
Oct 28,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 



Mar. 25, 18TJ 



Feb. 1, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

iJan. 28,1873 

I Jan. ill, 1873 

Mav I?, 1873 



1,074 

330 

870 
471 

921 



871 
1,074 

6.T7 
1, 000 
739 
384 
454 



798 



252 
722 
700 
580 
H5 






:i6 

226 
133 



25 
163 
314 
137 

84 
126 



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Gazette. 



138 



96 

174 

15 

226 

C222 

7 
43 

8 

l.-il 

118 

( 133 

>134 

96,97 

171 

121 

292 

144 

253 

48 
111 
238 

224 

81 

(260 

^261 

45 

174 

243 

202 



292 
45 

338 

111 

278 
147 

312 



279 
3.38 

209 
315 
246 
122 
150 



263 



80 
244 
224 
191 

30 



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3 
4 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 

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3 
3 

3 

4 
3 
3 

3 
3 



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4 

3 

3 
4 
4 
3 

3 
3 

3 
4 

4 

4 
3 

4 
4 

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4 

3 
3 



3 
4 
3 

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3 






4 389 
3 : 698 
533 



203 
248 
192 
480 
667 
646 
540 

424 

667 



393 

431 

11 

698 

448 

:)82 

619 
359 

73 
283 



4 533 



621 
.305 



4 428 



705 

545 

503 
490 
516 
107 

104 
40 

457 
147 

441 

571 

573 

360 
147 

485 

516 

599 
419 

365 



3 


59i> 


3 


486 


3 


203 


3 


480 


4 


469 


3 


51 


3 


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338 



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571 
104 

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UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphahetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — CoDtinued. 



117 



No. 



140,936 



5,500 
139,683 

137, 703 

139.966 

135, 237 

144,627 
137,557 

144, 346 
5,292 

135, 995 
138,755 
135, 137 

137,309 

144, 405 
141,722 

140. 425 

143, 706 
135,238 
137, 942 

134, 913 

144, 915 

135, 570 

140,717 
143, 521 
7,003 
145,809 
136,606 

139, 472 

144, 688 

140, 290 
141,574 

136, 444 
143.632 
141, 156 
140, 837 
140, 520 

5,456 
140,058 
138, 511 

143,292 

145, 001 

140, 718 

145, 887 
5,253 

142, 033 
139, 594 

142, 712 

145, 437 
140,212 
145,959 

138, 672 
137, 015 
140, 050 

137, 704 
142,253 
145, 672 
136,607 

138. 910 
137. 310 
142,489 
136,530 

136, 848 

137. 463 
130,035 
142,168 

141, 803 



Name, residence, and inventioD. 



Date. 



McDonald, £. H., WytheviUe, Va., assignor of one-half interest to S. Y. Towsou, Saint 

Louis. Mo. Wash-boiler 

McDonald, F. L. {See Henderson & McDonald.) 

McDonald, H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Puddling-fnmace (Reissue) . . 

Same Reverberatory-furaace 

McDonald, I. R., Nevada, Iowa. Cultivator 

McDonald, J. W. (See Beery &, McDonald.) 

McDonald, P. J., San Francisco, Cal. Steam-plow 

McDonald, T. (See Weston, E. R., assignor) (Reissue.) 

McDonald, T. E., Trenton, N. J. Clothes-wringer 



McDonald, T. E., New Brunswick. N. J. Clothes-wringer 

McDonald, W. D.. Randolph, N. Y. Milk-cooler 

McDonald. W. H. (See Smith, B. B., assignor.) 

McDonell. A. S., Osgoode Township, Canada. Cultivator 

McDougall, A., Manchester, England, assignor by menne assignment to J. S. Millar, 

Montreal, Canada. luscct-destroyin^ and disinfecting compound (Reissue) . . 

McDougall, J., London, England, i^ertilizer 

McDowfll, W. L., Philadelphia, Pa. Wicdowsash 

McDuffey, W. N., and B. F. Jaques, assignors of one-third interest to D. W. Lassiter, 



Petersburgh, Va. Coupling for steam-heating apparatus for railway-cars. 
McElhiney, J. T., Moberly, Mo. Cohibined com -planter and plow...*. 



McEvers, C. N. (See Long & McEvers.) 

McEvoy, D. J., Charlestown, Mass. Medical compound or salve 

McEvoy, J., Brooklyn. N. Y. A(\justable treadle for sewing-machines, &o 

McFarlan, W. W. (See Bock, H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

McFarland, J. M., Gi'lden City, Cola Stamp for crushing ores 

Mc Farland, N. S.. Williamsburgh, N. Y. Hoisting-apparatus 

McGarrah, J. H., assignor to S. W'ard, Princeton, Cid. Breeching loop-buckles 

McGarth, R. M., La Fayette, Ind. Coru-sheller 



141,008 
6, r»;j4i 



McGaughey , A. E., East Minneapolis, Minn. Steam-plow 

McGaw, H. L. (See Bryant, S. H. and J. M., and McGaw.) 

McGee, R J., assignor to J. W. Tnttle, Watertown, Mass. Knit fabric 

McGee, S. (See Buron, F. P., assignor.) 

McGee, S., Madison, assignor of one-fourth interest to J. S. Adams and F. H. Fairchild, 

Morristown, N.J. Hub for vehicles 

McGeorge, J., Bellaire, Ohia Drop-hammer 

McGill, C., New Haven, Conn. Machine for wiring blinds 

McGill, G. W., New York.N. Y. Inkstand (Design).. 

Same Letter-clip and paper binder combined 

McGill, W. C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Combination lock 

Same Button-liole cutter 

Same Spring bed-bottom 

McGilvray, L. T., Staunton, Va. Velocipede 

McGinniss, C, and W. Nay lor, Chicago. 111. Smoke-burning furnace 

MoGinnis, L. H. (See Thornbnrg, J. w ., assignor.) 

McGinty. J. M., and T. Nolan, Moulton. Tex. Machine for making plow-irons 

McGinty, R. H., Moulton, Tex. Picket-fence 

McGlenn, M. , Aurora, III. Compound for cleaning polished metals 

McGlow, T,, Austin, Nevada. Shaft furnace for roasting ores 

McGonegal, H. G., Washington. D. C. Apparatus for preserving wood 

McGovern. H. D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sun-shield for horses (Reissue) . . 

Same Nose-bag for horses 

McGovern, P., assignor to G. L. Davis, J. A. Wiley, J. M. Stone, G. G. Davis, J. H. Stone, 

and J. H. Davis, North A ndover. Mass. Self-acting spinning-uiute 

McGowan, J.H.,and D. B.Caldwell, Cincinnati, Ohio. Crank-connection for steam-engines 

McGowan Pump Company. (See Morton, J., assignor) (Reissue.) 

McGiatli, T.H., San Antonio, Tex. Saddle 

McGraw, G. V., Mankato, Minn., assignor to C. Parker, Meriden, Conn. Cartridge 

capping and uncapping device 

McCjrcgor, F. B.. Pontioc, Mich. Piano-truck 

McGregor, G., and G. Vail, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignors by mesne assignment to W. A. 

Hopkins and F. Z. Dickinson. Sash-look (Reissue) . . 

McGregury, C. E., East Corinth, Me. Machine for notching shingle-bands 

McGre w, J.. Ravenswood, W. Va. Machine for cutting hoop-locks 

McGroder, B , and H. Tiodemann, Cleveland, Ohio. Wrecking-apparatus 

McGufhe, A., Buflalo, N. Y. Angle-iron cutter 

McGuire, D., Northampton. Mass. Machine for outline screws 

McGuire, J. R., Ansonia, Conn. Fifth wheel for vehicles 

McGuire, T. D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cigar mold 

McHarg, J. B., Rome, N. Y. Fishing-rod 

McUarg, W. S, , and A. B. Hill, New Haven, Conn. Sewer-cleaning truck 

Mcllhenney, G. A ., Washington, D. C. Gas-retort closings 

Same Closing gas-retorts 

Same Gas-n tort 

Mclntire, S.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Baby-carriage 

Mcliitire, S. C. (See Baker & Mcliitire.) • 

Mcintosh, O. T., New York, N. Y. Hoisting and conveying apparatus 

Mcintosh, P. E., Chicago. III. Wrench 

Mclutyre J. C, Fort Edward, N. Y. Lath-bolting machine 

Mcliityrc, M. F., Girard, Pa. Railway -rail Joint 

Same Wasber for nut-locks 

Same Railway -rail 

Mclntyre, P.. Hartford, Conn. Mold for earthen pipe 

Same same 

Mclntyre, T. K., assignor to H. A. Peaslee and J. R. Arnold, Salem, Mass. Loom-shuttle. 

McKay, C. (See Bush. I., assignor.) 

McKay, E. E. (See Anderson. T. D., assignor.) 

McKny, G., trustee. (See Blake & Libby, assignors) (Reissue.) 

Same (See Keith. C. A., assignor.) 

Same (See Wesson, M., assignor) (Reissue.) 



McKay. W., as-signor to self and C. E. liavley, Ncwburyiwrt, Mass. Lantern 

McKee, H. S., Plltsbnrgli, Pa. Bread plate ." (l)e 



July 15, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Apr. 8, isra 

June 17, 1873 

Jan. 28,1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 
Apr. 8. 1873 

Nov. 4, ISTJ 

Feb. 18.1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
May 13, 1873 

Jan. 21, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 

July 1,1873 
Oct. 14,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 



Feb. 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

D«c 

Mar. 

June 

Nov. 

June 

Aug. 



4,1873 

8. 1873 

7, 1873 

25,1873 

23. 1873 

11, 1873 

3,1873 

18. 1873 

24,1873 

5,1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Oct 14,1873 
July 22, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
July 1,1873 
June 17, 1873 
June 17, 1873 

May 6, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

July 8,1873 
Dec. 23,1873 

Jan. 21.1873 
Aug. 19,1873 
June 3,1873 



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Dec 

June 

Dec. 

May 

Mar. 

June 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

May 
Apr. 
Sept 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



9,1873 

9,1873 
24, 1873 
30, 1873 

6, 18rJ 
18, 1873 
17, 1873 

8.1873 
26.1873 
16.1873 
11,1873 

13, 1873 

1, 1873 

2, 1873 

4,1873 

18,1873 

1,1873 

22,1873 

26,1873 

12,1873 



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volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



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793 
223 

387 

485 

701 

400 
260 

144 

687 
560 
269 

589 
27 

205 
285 

69 
290 
702 
602 

385 
650 



163 
333 
103 



7C0 
239 
26 
451 
786 
141 

78 
216 
751 
440 
152 
625 
567 

38 

848 

723 

335 
769 

650 
573 
129 

346 

356 
721 
855 
183 
596 
568 
388 
780 
572 
240 

400 
29 
153 
160 
454 
164 
706 
709 
361 



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179 

260 

72 

120 

153 

5 224, 
iS25 
134 
80 

48 



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191 
8,9 



93 

25 
95 
225 
189 
122 
123 

221 



53 

113 

36 



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July 22, 1873 
May 6, 1873 



616 



230 

81 

8 

153 

249 

45 

27 
73 

l.W 

52 

196 

179 

13,14 
292 

244 

113 

2r.i 

210 

189 

43 

} 117 
119 
227 
278 

58 
197 
179 
120 
357 
188 

81 

126 

9 

49,50 

52 

150 

52 

223 

234 

119 



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3 
3 



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3 



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3 
3 

3 
3 

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4 

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3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
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4 
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4 
4 
4 
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3 
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71 

101 
643 
400 

671 

104 

533 

389 

490 

206 
197 
529 

82 
359 

506 
166 

14 
412 
104 
430 

51 
566 



140 
47 
389 
558 
678 
274 
611 
5:)8 
704 
147 

252 

407 

97 

63 

21 

682 

678 

500 
360 

571 

47 
684 

87 
199 
619 

282 

626 
698 
701 
512 
311 
678 
400 
225 
656 
274 

540 
.159 
254 
258 
300 
370 
448 
219 
172 



208 



4 

3 



87 
197 



118 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees far the year 1873 — Coniinued. 



136.938 

134, 607 
137,228 

135,138 
137,943 
135, 571 

143.023 
140,838 
139. 724 



No. 



139,846 
139,847 
140, 151 
137,705 



141, 943 

144, 313 

5,663 

143,031 

5,307 
5,308 
139,802 
143. 522 
140, 152 
141,384 



145.116 

134. 914 
139, 013 

142,169 
136,264 
145. 222 
135,832 

140,060 

144,855 

143,830 

141,575 
138,173 
137,558 

l:»,000 
142, 114 
143,088 
142, 802 
140,391 
'135,654 



134, 759 
136, 746 
141,064 
135, 996 
14.1,367 

144,379 
141,576 
14l.8<>4 
142, 115 
142, 490 



146,086 I 
143,523 I 



Name, residence, and inventioo. 



137,311 
137, 378 
135,351 


139, 595 

135,352 

5.457 


5,617 
142. 803 
141,577 
6,486 
6,9:« 
6.937 



McKeever, 8., United States Army. Cartridge-box , 

Same same 

Same Sword-hanger 

McKeever, W., Staauton, Va. Harvester cutter , 

McKellip. W. A. {See Baxter, S. T., assignor.) 
McKenua, A. {See McKeuna, J., A., Sc T.) 

McKenna, J., Cambria, Pa. Mold or box for brick-presses 

McKenna, J., A., &, T., Pittsburgh, Pa. Faucet 

McKenna, R., White's Station, Tenn. Cotton-gin (Reissae) . . 

McKenna, T. {See McKenna, J., A., & T.) 

McKenna, W., Boston, Mass. Setting diamonds or carlx)n points in the faces of metal 
tools 



McKenney. A., Mauraee City, Ohia Railway-rail (Reissue) 

Same Nnt-lockingdevice for rail way-rail Joints (Reissue) . 

McKenzie, D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Baker's oven , 

Same same 

McKenxie, J.. Saint CUir, Mich. Pitman-lubricator for saw-mills 

McKenzie, W. S., Rockwall. Tex. Farm-fence 

McKoown, M C. {See Sinclair, J. A., assignor.) 

McKibbin, J. C. et oL {See West & Fish, assignors.) 

McKieman Sc Finuegan. {See McKiernan, S. G., assignor.) 

McKieman, S. G., attsignor to McKieman St, Finnegao, Paterson, N. J. Extensible 
brace for supporting trenches 

McKimro, E. N., and J. R. Gearhart, Lathrop, Mo. Feather-renovater 

McKiuloy. R.. Hyde Park, N. Y. Rotary cultivator 

McKlnnle, W. S. {See Williams & Mc^inuie.) 

McKinnon, D., assignor to E. Brown, Wappinger's Falls, N. Y. Head-band 

McKinnon, K.,Pleasaut Hill, Ala. Cultivator , 

Same Cultivator-plow 

McKinstry, J. A., and W. Walden, Springfield, Mass. Miter- box 



H at-oon formator . 



McKnight, A. C, Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for making boot and shoe heels . 

McKnight, D. M {See Freed, W. H , assignor.) 

McKtiight, J. J., assignor to self and A. Storms, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

McLagou, J., et al. {See Duckworth, W. B., assignor.) 

Mc Lanahau, J. K., Holl idaysburgh, Pa. Lubricating pulley , 

McLaire, D. W. {See Israel & McLane.) 

McLaughlin, T.G.. Glen Riddle, Pa. Bobbin 

Mc Laughlin, W., Lee. Mass. Suction -apparatus for paper-nuhohine 

McLean, J., Meadville, Pa. Harness-buckle 

McLean. J. N. {See Bennor, J., assignor.) 

McLean, J. N., and J. Bennor, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine 

Same Brick-machine " 

McLean,.!. P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Book and paper clamp 

McLean, O. R., New Orleans, La. Cotton-bale tie 

McLendon.E. W.. Griffin, Ga. Hoe 

McLennan, J. K.,£Imira. 111. Gang-plow 

McLeod. C. A. {See Bnssey. E.. assignor) (Reissue.) 

McLurd, R. L. {See Shipp, Peterson &, McLnrd.) 

McC.nre,J.B., Wheeling, W. Va. Sewing-machine table 

Mc Mahon, H. J., Philadelphia, Pa. Combined globe-valve and trap , 

McMahon. J., Ann Arbor, Mich. Clothes-reel 

McMahon, P. J., New Orleans, La. Steam-generator '. . , 

Mc Master, A, D.. assignor of one-half interest to I. Smith. Rochester, N. Y. Wrench . . . 
McMaster, J., et al {See Foglesong, W., assignor.) 

McMaster, J., Dayton. Ohio. Cooking-stove 

McMillan, A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Hemmer for sewing-machines ..*.., 

McMillan, D., Osage, Iowa. Line-loop 

McMillan, E G., Berlin, Ohio. Horse-power !.....!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

McMillan, J. B., North Vernon, Ind. Harvester-rake 

McMillan. S. D.. trustee. {See Karche«kl, X., assignor.) 
McMillan, W. H. {See Tasher & McMilUn.) 

McMillen, D. J., Chillicothe, Mn. Water-elevator 

McMillen, W. T., Cincinnati, Ohio. Carbureter \\. 

McMiller, J., executor. {See Fritz, G.) 

McMuUeu, J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fabric for dress-protectors. &c 

McMulleu, R, Titusville, Pa. Drill-Jar 




McMurray, L.. Baltimore, Md. Process for preserving com 

McMurray. O. E., Lansingburgh, N. Y. Combino<l stop and check valves ...'. 

McMurtry, J., Fayette County. Ky., assignor by mesne assignmenU to F. Cook, New 

Orleans, La. Cotton-bale tie ^ReiHsue) 

McMurtry, J., Lexington, Ky., assignor to F. Cook. Cotton-bale tie!.. .*.".' .*'.'.* (Reissue)." 

McMnrtry. J., Lexington, Ky. Bale-tie 

McNabb. J. A., Olathe. Kans. Door-check .*'!!!..!..!.!!!!" 

McNair.D., assignor tolA)well Manufacturing Company, Lowell, Mass. Carpet. (Design) '. 
^™® < same.. (Design). 

%* vr •*** «r "xir- \r -ir'-i — •^; .• *»"»« • - (Design) . . 

McNair, W. W. {Se^ Nilson. N.. assignor.) 

McNalley, M.. Houston. Tex. Wheel for vehicles 

McNally, F. F. {See McNally, J. T. & F. T.) 

McXally, J. T., Brooklyn, and F. T. McNall v. East New York, N. Y. Washboard 

McNally, J. T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bran-duster 7. 

McNamar, J. H. {See Scheidler & McNamar.) 

McNamara, M., Philadelphia, Pa. Folding cradle or crib 

McNamee^ J., assignor to self and E. W. Cloud, Philadelphia, Pa. Window "frame and sash 

McNeal.C.E, Silver Creek. NY. Middllngs-purifler ..7 

McXeal, S. D., «e a/. (««? Green. C. sssignor.) 

McNeely. J., Pittxbnrgh, Pa. Nail-plate feeder 



Date. 



McNeil, O., and P. W. Dalton, Jersey City. N. J. Apparatus for scraping hogs! 
McNeil, T E., New York, N. Y. Sectional steam-boiler . 



142, 034 j McNeile, A., London. England. Siwkemachine 



June 10, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
June 34, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 



Aag. 19, 1873 
Nov. 4, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 



Sept 33, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 
Jnne 34, 1873 
July 39, 1873 



Dec. 3, 1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
May 30, 1873 

Aug. 36, 1873 
Feb. 35,1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 

June 17, 1873 

Nov. 85, 1873 

Oct 31,1873 

Aug. 5, 1873 
Apr. 33. 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 

Jan. 31,1873 
Aug. 36, 1873 
Sept 33, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
June 34, ISTJ 
Feb. 11,1873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Mar. 11,187:1 
July 23, 1873 
Feb. 18. 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 
Aug. 5, 1873 
Aug. 13, 1873 
Aug. 36, 1873 
Sept 3, 1873 



Dec 30,1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Apr. 1, 1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Jan. 38,1873 



Jnne 3. 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 

June 17,1873 
Oct 21.1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
Oct 7. 1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Mar. 35, 1873 

Jan. 31,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 

Sept 33, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
June 10, 1873 

Aug. Ill, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



I 

CO 



377 
378 

670 

388 



493 

39 

567 






117 
117 
310 
130 



163 

)3 

192 



Official 
Gazette. 



628 


313 


309 


69 


310 


69 


340 


105 


105 


36.37 


671 


310 


884 


390 


71 


89 


386 


183 


498 


157 


710 


335 


798 


359 


165 


57 


413 


134 


569 


5 180 
{181 


605 


306 


417 


139 


142 


46 


821 


361 


361 


80 


473 


152 


664 


319 


677 


833 


435 


147 


786 


349 


353 


80 


848 


81 


357 


118 


664 


223 


561 


185 


923 


313 


99 
143 


i 


363 


119 


667 


219 


154 


50 


964 


311 


105 


37 


39 


9 


88 


89 


801 


359 


130 


• 


801 


359 


686 


196 


532 


175 


435 


147 


144 

• • » • 


46 


520 


172 


103 


33 


798 


963 


590 


192 


603 


190 


164 


53 


624 


218 


441 


150 


267 


84 


571 


( 189 
) 190 



o 



3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 

4 



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3 
3 
3 
4 

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3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
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3 



3 
3 
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3 
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4 
4 
4 
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4 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 



3 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 



3 
3 

3 
3 
3 

4 
4 

3 






655 
655 
694 
400 



198 
481 
547 



325 
363 
363 
65S 
389 
694 
116 



591 

51 

561 

319 
338 

171 

678 



561 

433 

147 
457 
389 

73 
316 
339 
399 
704 
159 



40 
383 

91 
197 
365 

485 
147 
173 
816 
254 



710 
:J89 

359 
364 
113 



619 
118 

683 
441 
299 
147 
245 
,380 
380 

305 

15 
338 

82 
430' 
140 

335 

63 

646 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1673. 



119 



AlpliaheHcal list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



Na 



Name, reaideoce, and invention. 



139. 803 
138,673 

139,908 
141, 578 

139. 173 

138. 174 
137,016 



141,369 

5,337 

140, 292 

143,023 

6,366 

6,367 
6,690 
7,063 

140. 153 
142.035 
140, 785 

144, 406 

139. 014 
140,213 

142,254 

145, 517 
141,370 

140,214 
138, 747 

142,927 
136,331 

140. 154 



137,379 

141, 157 
142, 804 

137, 706 

146,012 
143,293 



141, 579 
136, 445 
137,855 

140, 521 

139,909 

5,433 

139,408 

142, 713 
138, 424 

140, 937 
140,*-il5 

137,229 
i:n, 464 
140, 786 
134, 692 

143, 024 
140,938 
140, 7d7 



144,467 
143,294 

5,222 

139, 967 
145, 518 

137, 144 
138,512 



McNeill, H. (See Straszer, G., assizor.) 

McNeill, J., Wells, Minn. Device for detaching; horses from vehicles 

McNeill, T. £., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for feeding and returning water of conden- 
sation to steam-boilers 

McNeill, T. E., and R N. Pratt, New York, N. Y. Feed-water heater and condenser 

Same Steam-generator 

McNeir, A . S., and W. D. Stockton, Philadelphia, Pa. Vegeteble-grater 

McNitt, M. (See Ballagb, A. fl., assignor.) 

McPherson, W., Manchester, N. H. Artesian-well boring. 

Mcpherson, W. H., assignor to W. A. T. Godfroy and D. Bennett, Nashville, Tenn. Bur- 
glar-alarm 

McQuisi on, T., Morning Sun, Ohio. Cultivator (Extension) . . 

McSherrj', J. F. (See Rand &. McSlierry.) 

McVicar, M., Potsdam, N. Y. A pparatus for teaching in schools 

Mc Whorter, F. S., Saint George's, DeL Graiu-weighing machine (Reissue) . . 

Mc Williams, A. S., Colusa, Caf. Sheep-shears 

Mc Williams, J., Providence, R.I. Jewelers' hand-press 

Meacham, G. F., Newton, assignor to J. AV. Tufts, Me<lford, Mass. Casing for soda-water 

apparatus (Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same , ". ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Mead, K. B., Pittsfield, Mass. Cigar 

Mead. I. S, Blue Earth Citv.Miun. Water-heater 

Mead, J. H, New York, N.Y. Lemon-squeezer 

Mead, T, H., assignor to R. Hot^ Sc Co., New York, N. Y. Miter-box for cutting printers' 
rules 



Mcaker. J. W., Detroit, Mich. Elevator hatchway protector 

Mears, H. A., Rockford, assignor to self, S. Salisbury, and B. Sanborn, Pecatouica, 111. 
Agricultural boiler 

Mears, H. A., Pecatouica, 111. Stove-pii)e coupling — 

Mears, H. A., Rockford. 111. Agricultural boiler * 

Mears. J. H., Oshkosh. Wis., assignor of oue-ha|f interest to W. G. and W. Barnes, Free- 
port, 111. Horse hay-rake 

Mears, W., and fl. Da vies, Newport, Ky. Lamp-chimney support 

Meckert, A., Guttenberg, N. J. Stone pavement 

Medbery. Stevens & Co. (See Dedrick. J. H.. assignor.) 

Medcalf; W. C. Rochester. N.Y. Lawn-seat 

Meddows, I. O., Bonham, Tex. Rcnniog-gear fur vehicles 

Same Running-gear for wagons 

Meden wald, A. f^. (See VTiu Kessler & Medenwald.) 

Meehan, J. (See Lunkenheimer Sc Meehan.) 

Same same (Design.) 

Meehan. J. C, Springfield, Mass. Fire-extinguisher ." 

Meehl. J. (See Richards &, Meebl.) 

Meek, P. G. (See Moore, J. W., assignor.) 

Meek. W., Anderson, Ind. Potters lathe 

Meeker, E., Bridgeport, Conn. Die for forming carriage-clips 

Mefford, D. M., Norwalk, Ohio. Machine for grinding saws 



Date. 



M6ge, H., Paris, France. Treating animal fats 

M6gy, L., J. De Echeverria and F. Bazan, Paris, France. Internal spring coupling and 



brake 



Mehaffey, S. (See Marcar &. Mchaffey.) 

M6hu. A., Paris, France. Metallic rope clamp 

Meidinger, H.. Carlsruhe, German)'. Apparatus for cooling liquids, &c 

Meidinger, H., Carlsruhe, Germany, assignor to F. Gutzkow, San Francisco, Cal. 
stove 



Coal- 



Meier, G. H;., (Mncinnati, Ohio. Device for releasing horses from carta 

Meier, H. {See Mueller Sc Meier.) 

Meigs, G. W., Hartford, Conn Temple for spectacles 

Meigs, J. v., Lowell, Mass. Breech -loading fire-arm (Reissue) . . 

Same Bracket for shelving 

Meikle, J. W. (See Mt'lkle, T. and J. W.) 

Meikle, T and J. W.. Louisville, Ky. Car-coupling 

Meiners, C, Indianapolis, Ind. Mechanical movement 

Meir, M. (SeeConrnd, E. E., assignor.) 

Meisse, J., New Albany, Ind. Stone and glass tTolishing machine 

Meldrnm, J. B., assignor to the Barbour Flax-spinning (Jompany, Paterson. N. J. Evener 

for threa<l ■ 

Melleu, P. W,, Saint Louis, Mo. Reversing-valves for steam-engines 

Same Elevator 

Same Hoisting-machine 

MelliD^er, C. K., Lebanon, Pa., assignor to self and J. Reinoehl, jr., Harrisburgh, Pa. 

Camase-seat ............... ................................................... • • .... 

Mel lisb . H.. Wal pole. N. H. " " Clothes-pin ."!!!'.]!!.'!'.!.*!.**!.'.".".'.'!....*!".!!."'.*..."!' " '...'. '. '. 

Melloe. C. H., ann M. L. Orum, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotai-y -cutter 

Meloiie, T. L., Mount Gilead, Ohio. Sewing-machine 

Melton, R, M., Criglersville, Va. Cultivator (Extension) . . 

Melville, M. L. (-S<;« Kidd & Melville) (Reissue.) 

Melvin, J. B., etal. (See Hobart, G. W., assignor.) 
Mendenhall, E., et (U. (See Getty, G. B., assignor.) 

MendenhalKN. M., Dublin, Ind.' Traction-engine 

Mendham, W. (See Chamber^ & Mendham.) 

Mendhara, W., assignor to self and W. P. Davis, Philadelphia, Pa. Ball-vajve 

Menegay, J. (See Laurent & Menegay.) 

Merchant, A. P., administratrix. (See Merchant, N. R., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Merchant, M., adminibtrator. (See Merchant, N. R.) (Reissue.) 

Merchant, N. R., deceased, assignor of part interest to A. P. Merchant, said A. P. and M. 

Merchant, administrators, Guilford, N. Y. Boring-machine (Reissue) . 

Mercheu, J., Broosville. Ind. Animal trap , 

Mercier. E.. Springfield, Mass. Railway-swit<jh , 

Meriden Britannia Company. (See Wilcox, H. C, assignor) (Design.) 

Meru, J. P., New York, N. Y. Stop-cock 

Merrell, E. A., East Lyme, Conn. Insulator for telegraph-lines 



June 10, 1873 

May 6, 18T3 
June 17. 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
May 20, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Oct. 18,1873 

July 29, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 



Jail. 

Jan. 

May 

Dec. 

June 

Aug. 

July 



21, 1873 
21, 1873 
27.1873 
16,1873 
24, 1873 
19. 1873 
15, 18ri 



Nov. 11. 1873 
May 20, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 
Dec 16,1873 

July 29. 1873 
June 24. 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
June 24, 1873 



Apr. 1, 18TJ 



July 22, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 

Apr. 8, 1873 

Dec. 30, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 

Aug. 5, 1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 

Apr. 15. 1873 
July 1, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
June 3, 1873 
May 27, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

July 15, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
July 15, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
May 31, 1873 



Nov. 11, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 



Jan. 7, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Dec. 16, 1873 

Mar. 25, 1873 
May 6. 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
G azte. 



I 



341 

184 
443 
144 
650 

822 

597 



969 
848 
787 
625 



672 
577 
395 

205 
499 

721 
781 
441 

969 
722 
358 

536 
866 
672 



89 



751 
436 

389 

902 

850 

145 
79 

531 
153 

444 

179 
872 

347 
1,075 

538 

723 
799 
165 
395 

182 
626 
5.39 
396 



255 
854 



212 

487 
442 

719 
41 






106 

59 
138 

46 
203 

261 

198 



315 
278 
250 
212 



211 
190 
135 

69 
157 

227 
258 
144 

315 
227 
118 

163 
279 
211 



29 



247 

147 
120 
121 



292 

47 
27 

165 
52 

138 

59 

279 

117 
339 

179 

227 

263 

52,53 

135 

60 
213 
179 
136 



86 
292 



68 
154 
144 

239 
14 



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I 



3 
3 
4 

3 

3 

3 
4 

4 
3 
3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
4 

4 
3 
3 

4 
3 
3 



3 

4 
4 

3 

4 



4 
3 

3 
4 

3 
3 
3 

4 

3 



3 
3 
3 
4 

3 
4 
4 
4 

3 



4 
4 



3 
3 
4 



3 



P4 



652 

512 
667 
147 
573 

457 

313 
400 

122 
342 

704 
325 

71 
71 
586 
641 
694 
199 
60 

507 
561 

698 
225 
645 

122 
698 
283 

308 
233 

694 



364 



97 
299 

400 

705 

360 

147 
252 

424 
21 

667 
623 
599 

282 
486 

71 

699 

3.38 

370 

60 

21 

325 

71 

60 

585 



511 
360 



23 
671 
645 

332 

501 



120 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



7,081 
141,285 
145, 673 



137, 312 
138,425 



142,406 

i:w,9ii 

142, 576 



139. 174 
134,761 
140.635 
145, 581 

138.036 

138. 175 

141.230 

137, 7S6 

143. 524 
140,585 
143. .'>25 
145, 438 

145,068 



139,409 
134, 760 



139.410 
140, 061 

142, 036 
143,773 



6,709 
6,615 
5,278 



136.379 

142,805 
137,465 
141,009 



134, 915 
141, 286 
152, 256 
137,787 
143,415 



142^928 
134, G93 
140. 839 
142,641 
135.353 



140, 719 

1-13,707 

139,015 

6,S70 

6, 431 

6,432 
6,433 
6. 434 



Name, reflidencc, and invent ion. 



Dat«. 



Merriam, A. , and C. L. Little, West Meriden, Conn. Pin-cushion (Deaign) . . 

Merriam, F. M. and J. B., West Mf'^rideu, Conn. Attaching knobs to spindles 

Merriam, G. H., Portland, Me. Automatic attachment for car-couplings 

Merriam, J. B. (See Merriam, F. M. & J. B.) • 

Merriam. J. O. (See Chamberliu, E.. assignor^ (Reissue.) 

Same (See Morehouse, C. B., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Merriam, J. 0., et al. (See Morehouse, C. B., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Merriam. L. W., fHtchburgh, Mass. Shingling- bracket 

Same same 

Merriam Manufacturirig Company. (See Harwood, W. A., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Hubbard & Severance, assignors.) 

Merrick, D. E., assignor ot one-half interest to ff. R Smith, Milwaukee, Wis. Joint for 

iron ships and tanks 

Me* rick, T. (See Church. D. M., assignor.) 
Merrihew, P. £. (See Ladd, D. O. B., assignor.) 

Merriken, J. S.. Baltimore. Md. Bricklayer's pointer ~. 

Merrill, C. J. (See Vaughn, Camp & Merrill.) 

Upper Alton, 111. Tile-machine 

(See Boody & Merrill.) 

(See Pettijngill, C. B., assignor.) 

, San Francisco, Cal. Pipe-tongs 

Merrill, 6., East Orange. N. J. Fastening for shoes, &c '. 

Same KDitling-raachine 

Merrill, G. L. and O. F. Soule, Syracuse, N. Y. Preserving green com and other vege- 
tables 



Merrill. C. J. 
Merrill. E. P. 
Merrill, F. C. 
Merrill, F. H. 



Men ill, H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Car- wheel 

Same Graiu-elevator 

Merrill, H. E. (See Vaughn, Camp Sc Merrill.) 

Merrill. H. E., Akron, Ohio. Machine for molding clay smoking-pipes 

Merrill, H. S. (See Annan, C. F.. assignor.) 

Men-ill, I., Spring6eld, Mass. Hook attachments to bands of fire-arms . 

Merrill, J., et aL (See Merrill, R. S., assignor.) 

Merrill, J. A. and D. W. Kemp<on, Denver, Colorado Ter. Car-couplhig 

Merrill, W. M., Boston, Mass. Abdominal supporter 

Merrill, P. H., Pardeeville, Wis. Steam-heater 

Merrill, R S., Hyde Park, assignor to self and W. B. & J. Merrill, Boston, Mass. Lamp- 
burner 

Merrill, T., Portland, Me. Combined ruler and blotter 

Merrill. W. B., et al. (See Merrill, R. S., assignor.) 

Merrinian, A. T., Chicago, 111 Machine for sawing stone . . (Extension) . . 

Same Machine for planing stone 

Merriman, C. H., trustee. (See Vanstone, S.. assignor.) 
Merriman, M. H. (See Buffer, A., assignor.) 

Merritt, B., Newton, Mass. Jig-saw 

Merritt, D. (See Coe &, Merritt.) 

Merritt, E., et al. (See Kimball, E. A., assignor.) 

Merritt, I., assignor to self and W. A. Sweetser, North Bridgewater, Mass. Fire-escape . 

Merritt, J. C. West Point, N. Y., assignor to self and J. J. Walton, Newark, N. J. 

^onlder-stmp 

Men-itt, J. E., Bangor, Mo. Saw-hanging 

Merritt, W., Weymouth, Maas. Lumber-marker 

Merritt, W. L. (See Hastings, Nichols & Merritt.) 
Merry, C. T. (See Moshier, W., assignor.) 

Merserean, J., Port Chester, N. Y. Flower-vase (Design) . . 

Mersereau, W. T., Orange. N. J. Stair-rod (Design) . . 

Mershon, A. H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to self and G. B. Mershon. Gas tire- 
log (Reissue) . . 

Mershon, G. B. (See Mershon, A. H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Mertsheimer, F. (See McConnell, Truesoell & Mertsheimer.) 
Mertz. E. (See Mariug St, Mertz.) 

Mervesp, J. J., New York, N. Y. Calk for horseshoes 

Merz, H. (See Arnold Sc Mens.) 

Me«ick, P. (See Barnes, W. F.ScJ., and Mesick.) 

Messer, J. L., Troy, N. Y. Lime-kiln 

Messer, W. W.. jr. (See Fairfield & Messer.) 

Messer. W. W., Jr., Boston, Mass,, assignor to W. W. Messer, Northwood, N. H. BnflSng- 

machine -« 

Messinger, R,G., Norwich, Conn. Toy 

Metallic Suspension-Wheel Company. (See Vreeland, S., assignor.) 

Same same (Reissue.) 

Metcalf, A., and W. Gibbons. Preston, Great Britain. Self-acting spinning-mule 

Metcalf, E., Rome, N. Y. Inside blind 

Metcalf, G., Somonank, 111. Windmill 

Metcalf, O , Mitchell, assignor to J. Harlan, Lexington, Ind. Fruit-press 

Metcalfe, H., United States Army. Means of attaching cartridge-magazine blocks to 

fire-arms 

Metropolitan Washing-Machinc Company. (See Page, A. H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Same. (Sre Pool, T., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Metsker, J. G., Logansport^ Ind. Bake-pan 

Mettais, C. J., assignor to G. Sackett, New York. N. Y. Coloring pictures 

Mettler, I. S., Jersey City, N. J. Fire-proof shutter 

Same Metallic roof 

Metz, J. W., Stout's P. O., Ohio. Brick-machine 

Metzger, J. C. (See Bladon, T., assignor.) 
Meucci, A. (Su Agresta & MeuccC) 

Meunier, L. F., Fires- Lille, France. Heater and filter 

Newborn. L. J., Kinston, N. C. Potato cutter and planter 

Mewes, H., Binghamton, N. Y. Fruit-picker 

Meyenl)erg. S. M. and R Collinge, Patei-soii, N. J. Veil (Design) . . 

Meyer, C. T. & V. E., Lyons Farms, N. J., assignors to E. C. Sampson, New York, N. Y. 

Oil-cloth (Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same ( Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 



Dec. 30,1873 
July 29, 1873 
Dec. 16, 1873 



Apr. 1,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 



Sept. 2,1873 

May 13, 1873 
Sept. 9,1873 



May 20. 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
July 8,1873 

Dec. 16.1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

July 29, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Oct 7, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Deo. 9,1873 
Dec 2,1873 

June 21, 1873 
May 27, 1873 



Jan. 14,1873 



May 27, 1873 

June 17, 1873 
Aug. VJ, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 



June 17, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 

Feb. 11, 18T3 



Mar. 4,1873 



Sept 16, 18rJ 



Apr. 1, 1873 
July 22, 1873 



.Jan. 14,1873 
Julv 29, 1873 
Aug. 2«. 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Oct. 7, 1873 



Sept 16, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 



July 8,1873 
Oct 14,1873 
May 20. 1873 
Sept. 2,1873 

Feb. 18, 18TJ 

Feb. 18, IHTJ 

Feb. 18. 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 






885 
573 



30 
1,075 



401 
236 

650 
250 
265 

495 
706 
823 

834 

472 

106 
223 
108 

356 
26 

872 

249 

873 

572 

578 
367 



451 



25 



436 



167 
617 



386 
885 
783 
472 

19 



.•i36 
183 
442 

287 
802 



6C 



Official 
Gazette. 



290 

188 



9 
339 



76 25 



147 



147 



53 

208 



123 
290 
2.')8 
148 

8 



183 

150 

94 

259 



126 

77 



203 

82 
90 

102 
223 
261 

C272 
^273 

148 

.T7 
75 
37 

119 
9 



279 



81,82 



280 

181 
190 
121 



335 


113 


291 


95, 


500 


158 


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be 


> 


2 


4 


698 


4 


116 


4 


656 


3 


359 


3 


486 


4 


248 


3 


540 


4 


273 


3 


.'i73 


3 


40 


4 


41 


4 


649 


3 


448 


3 


458 


V 


113 


3 


419 


4 


389 


4 


38 


4 


389 


4 


626 


4 


5B7 


3 


662 


3 


599 


3 


40 


3 


599 


3 


678 


4 


199 


4 


428 


3 


663 


3 


471 


3 


174 


3 


247 


4 


299 


3 


370 


4 


87 


3 


51 


4 


116 


4 


225 


3 


420 


4 


382 


4 


308" 


3 


21 


4 


63 


4 


277 


3 


112 


4 


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412 


3 


ri62 


4 


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UNITKI) STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alpkabelical lUf of patenteet for Uie year 1873 — Continneil. 




133, 13U 
141,419 



130.849 



Mbjbt, F., 
■fcklf-x 
Meyer, G. 



V. Y. Appantua I 



mignor to D.M. OaborDi 

ihmond, Mtehl'MotivB-powBr'!! 

of ime-luJriDtereBttoJ. Dick, Qnino;, Til. MuihtnH tor pitching 

IcVQuIhot^HL Appuatns for pllching cuki, bait«la, &c 

LuBoe. T. F.. Bfl^gtior.l 



..Goterni 



^1 D. Powe 



r, L.. Saint Lonia. Mo. Ranee . 



a, LaiulDgbnrgh. N. Y. Floor-oloth. .. lUcai^'n) 



l&e Mayer, .._ - 

.. isignor Ifl aolf Bn<l J. Adier. Sew York. N. T. Oloie-ful 
.l..Ile« Turk, y.Y.. aialEDdr to E. B. Ilncb ASon. Peekakl 
I'.. Now Britain. Conn. Method of pniiryiuR carbonlo-acii 

...ProoBMfor the mauufaotnre of white-lead 

leenii of purifying ca ' 



Deo. m, lun 5J4 



a, L., CDVingleii.Ey. Liu 



14% 498 
13S.e39 



Mich 
Micbi. _. , 

MlclnJe,C.C. 

Mickel, W. (Sa Hou 

MIckele, F., asaiguoc or une-liaJI Isureal to u. A. I 
Ulokley, J. W. IStt Thomas S., iwBlgDor.l 
Middlxlon. A., Jr. ISa Clime, J. C. ualgnor.) 

Same (SM Mia<)1eU>n,N.& A.Jr.) 

Mlddletou, A.,Jr.. PhUadelphlo, Pa. Car-apring . . 

Same Car-con^lag 

Middleton. B. C. («M Wiucbell. J. F., aaalgnor.) 

MliWltton. N. ft A., jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Maouf ._ , 

...... . . ,. ___, ilfandJ.TroopiBuBkirli.lnd. Feed! 



UidillBtun, S., aaalgnor 

milla 

MlgDon, J. B. J.. M oL (Si Carrt. F. P. E. 



iXg^vif 



(&» Gandiiln, Mlgnon 



Mllbonm. J„ Millporl. Ohio. Horae-power . . . 
MIlea AlDtoi-Till Mauulacturlns Company. | 
Milen, F. B..flaJ. (Stt Hahn, F,E..iwlgDor.) 



Miiea. F. B , aaiilgnnr 
Miloa. F. B , aHignor 



ig ft Mitea. Phlladel) 



elphla, Pa. Steun drop-baiQinar . 
iladelphia. Pa. PlaolDg-muihliie 
- Phlladeliihla. Pa. JntoniaU 



Jan. « 1873 

ill 

Sept 93, IMS 


7DS 

1 


May B.18T3 


le 


^l ^1^ 


S 


Feb. 1B,IBT3 


508 


Oct S8,iei3 


S7« 


E.SS 

Jane 10,1873 


7W 
4» 


tSi ilS 


ui 


Sept. a, 1873 


IS 



122 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphahi'tical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Contiuued. 



Na 




Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



135, 043 

144,553 
143, 931 

138, 912 
i:)6,929 
139, 175 



142, 714 

137, 145 
142,037 
142,715 

141,656 

143. eax 

143, 990 
143,36{<l 
139,726 



135,572 
142, 170 

145. 439 

143. 295 
144, 468 
140, 523 
142, 642 



136,085 
145, 069 
145, 440 
139, 513 

139, 176 



137, 944 
138, 176 
13rt, 914 
142, 495 

135,656 

135,655 
146.087 
6,506 
138, 913 
134, 916 
141,065 

138,268 



138,094 
141,582 

139, 412 
135,657 
139, 413 

140,790 

145.223 

137. 707 

137. 708 

142,257 

144,554 

137, 017 
144, 690 
144,856 

140,586 
139,910 
140,293 

145, 582 

139,727 







o 


bCi 







Miles, H. R. {See Wright, Holley & Miles.) 

Miles, J. A.,Charle(it<)n, 111. Liilcing-pad 

Miles, O. E. (^e Marsh & Miles.) 

Miles, W.H., jr., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lather-brush handle 

Millar, H. M., I^nisville. Ky. Bosom-pad \ 

Millar, J. 8. {See McDou^rall, A., ahsignor) (Reissue.) 

M illard, H., riiiladelpliia, Pa. Car-coupliitg 

Millegan, VV. E., McKinnev, Tex. Washinfi-machine 

Miller, A., New York, N. l"., assignor to G. T. Nutter, Jersey City, N. J. Elevating lad- 
ders 



W., assignor.) 
Clothes-dner. 



Miller, A. A. (8e€ Mansou, G 
Miller, A. S., Nottingham, Ind 
Miller Brotbei-s. (Eee Miller, J. N., assignor.) 

Miller, B. & M., Lowell, Wis. Sieve for separators 

Miller, C. G., assignor to O. S. Jndd and C. Blakeslee, New Britain, Conn. Match-plane. . 
Miller, C. L., Culm, N. Y. Car-coupling 

Miller. CM., 0(a{. (<See Spencer, Jt C. assignor.) 

Miller, C. M., Phelps, N. Y. Vertical steam-boiler 

Miller, D. K., Philwlelphia, Pa. Seal-lock, &c 

Stime Padlock, &c > 

Miller, D. M., South Bend, Ind. Car-coupling 

MlUur, D. Y., Huntsville, III Swiftbld 

Miller, E., et aL {See A mbrose, J. E., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Miller, E., A, Co. {See Perkins, O. N., assignur.) 

Same {See Perkins, W. H., assignor) (Design.) 

Miller, F. C, assignor to self and H. C. Peters, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cigar-mold 

Miller, F. C, Blue Eaith City, Minn. Seed-separator 

Miller, F. E., et al. {See Durini. A., assignor.) 

Miller, F. L., Brooklyn. N. Y. Paint-can and device for removing the contents 

Miller, G., et aL (See Miller, H., assignor ) 

Miller. G., Battle Ground, Wash. Bee-hi vo 

Miller, G. C, Detroit, Mich., assignor to J. C. Maloy, Oil City, Pa. Extension-dividers . . . 

Miller, G. H., I^avonwnrth, Kans. Hot-air furnace 

Miller G. H., Binghamton, N. Y. Centering-chuck 

Miller, G. W., et (U. {See Anderson, J. J., assignor.) 

Miller, G. W. {See Smith, G. K., assignor.) 

Miller, H. {Se4 flewet, H. W., assignor.) 
Same {See Miller, S., assignor.) 

Miller, H., New York, N. Y. Can for paint, liquids, &c 

Miller, H., assignor to G. and H. Miller and A. A. Irons, Johnston, R. I. Sink 

Miller, H., Now York, N. Y. Can for paint, &o 

Miller, H. H., and T. Bennett*, Saint Louis, Mo. Card-case ^ 

Miller, H. P. {See Miller, J. A., assignor.) 

Miller, H. S., Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary paper-cutter 

Miller, J. {See Miller, L. & J.) (Extension.) 

Miller, J. {See Ponce, J. P., assignor.) 

Miller, J., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for beating cranks 

Same Casting bearings on shafting 

Miller, J., West Salem, Ohio. Wood fillings and paint comnonnd 

Miller, J., assignor of one-half interest to C. H. Delamater, New York, N. Y. Planing- 
roachine 

Miller, J. A., assignor of one-half interest to H. P. Miller, Paducah. Ky. Device for dis* 
charging bilge- wat«r 

Miller, J. C., and E. S. Armstrong, Sunbury, Ohio. Table 

Miller, J. C, Rockport, Ind. Clothes-itame 

Miller, J. E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Beer -mug (Design) . . 

Miller, J. H., Frederick t-on. New Brunswick. Track -clearer 

Miller, J. M , Cincinnati, Ohio. Spring- vehicle 

Miller, J. N , assignor to Miller Brothers, ]3ellefontaine, Ohio. Carriage-seat 

Miller, L., Akron, and J. Miller, Canton, Ohio. Harvester (Extension) . . 

Miller, L. J., Orrville, Ohio. Nut-lock 

Miller, L. N ., et al. {See Patterson, N. A., assignor.) 

MUler, M. {See Baird & Miller.) 
Same. . {See Miller, B. 6c M.) 

Miller, M. F. (Patterson, N. A., assignor.) 

Miller, N. C, Stroudsburgh, Pa. Egg-beater 

Miller, N. E., Canaan Center, Ohio. Cider-mill 

Miller, P. {See Price & MiUer.) 

Miller, R. P. and W. I., Lineville Station, Pa. Fly-trap 

Miller, R. R., assignor to self and J. B. Savage, Sonthington, Conn. Martingale — 

Miller, R R., Plantsville, Conn. Die for swaging carnage-cUps 

Miller, 8. {See Stevens 6c Miller.) 

Miller, S., Holley, N. Y., assignor of one-half interest to H. Miller, Hudson, N. Y. Car- 
coupling 

Miller, S., Gratis, Ohio. Permutation -lock 

Miller, S. B., Stan wood, Iowa. Stalk-cutter 

Siame Seeding-machine 

Miller, S. H. {See Wilson 6c Miller.) 

Miller, S. H., assignor to self and J. E. Folk, Brooklyn, N. Y. Signal-lantern 



Jan. 21,1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
Oct 21,1873 

May 13,1873 
Mar. 18. 1873 

May 20, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 

Mar. 25, 1>^73 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 
(^ct 28.1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
June 10, 1873 



514 166 



330 
491 

402 
521 

65\ 

346 

720 
579 
348 

232 
418 
572 
923 
270 



165 
710 

357 



Feb. 4, 18*<3 
Aug. 26, 1873 

Dec 9, 1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
Sept 9,1873 



Feb. 18.1873 
Dec 2, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
June 3,1873 

May 20, 1873 653 204 3 574 



111 
165 

127 
172 

203 

117 

239 
190 
118 

73 
139 
190 
313 

85 



53 
235 

119 



^ 


• 

Si 


e 


et 


>► 


P< 


3 


76 


4 


516 


4 


438 


3 


540 


3 


305 


3 


574 


4 


282 


3 


332 


4 


199 


4 


282 


4 


162 


4 


432 


4 


455 


4 


.366 


3 


647 


3 


140 


4 


219 


4 

A 


626 



Apr. 15,1873 
Apr. 22, 18rJ 
May 13, 1873 

Sept 2,1873 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
May 
Jan. 
July 
July 
Apr. 



11, 1873 
11, 1873 
30. 18T3 
18, 1873 
1.3, 1873 
14, 1873 
22,1873 
5,1873 
29.1873 



190 
262 




Same same . 



Miller, S. J., and L. Wright, Economy, Ind. Wheel for vehicles 

Miller, T., New York, N. Y. Fire-extinguishing water-pipe attachment for buildings. . . 

Miller, T., Boston, Mass. Oil-cabinet 

Miller, T. L. {See Ross & Miller.) 

Miller, T. L., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for sewing turned shoes 

Miller, T. N., Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufactni'e of illuminating gas 

Miller, W., Boston, Mass., assignor to self and J. J. Hatlinger, Hyde Park, Mass. Carpet- 



sweeper 



Miller, W. A., Paterson, N. J. Book-clamp 

Miller. W. F. {See Griffith 6c Miller.) 

Miller, W. F., East Walpole. Mass. Propelling canal-boate 

Miller, W. L {See Miller, R P. and W. I.) 

Miller, W. K. {See Battv, L. M., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Miller, W.K., Canton, Oil lo. Harvester (Extension of No. 2.2fW)) 



Apr. 22, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 

' May 27, 1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
May 27, 1873 



July 8,1873 

Dec 2, 1873 

Apr. 8,1873 

Apr. 8,1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 

Nov. 11, 1873 

Mar. 18,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

July 8,1873 
June 17, 1873 

June 24, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 

June 10, 1873 



Feb. i«, 1873 



934 295 



336 
166 
390 
391 



4 254 



598 
452 
607 

224 
445 

788 
496 

271 



75 



250 
163 

85 



599 
160 
599 



312 

538 
561 



704 
649 

647 



...1 3 



ITNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 187a. 



123 



Alphabetical Hat of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



Na 



139, 596 
139, 597 
139,911 
14*^, 258 



143,455 
144, 916 
138, 037 



135, 140 
135,997 
143, 369 

138, 269 
145, 961 
145,962 



138,177 

139,804 
144, 214 

145, 745 

137, 616 

140, 721 
135,002 

141, 158 

145, 224 
144, 347 
138,513 



145, 888 
140, 062 



143, ^4 
5,712 
6,965 



135, 240 

145.889 
145, 441 
5,458 
135,998 
145, 519 

136,531 



140,063 



139, 728 
142,259 
141,583 
146.088 
138. 676 
145,358 
6,881 
145,117 
141.010 
145, 584 
135, 141 
136, 169 
136, 170 
143, 245 

138,427 

144, 917 

7,004 
143, OW) 
140.587 



Freeport, III. Gear- 



Miller, W. K., Cantou, Ohio. Harvester (Extension of No. 2. 267) . 

Same same (Extenaioo of No. 2, 268) . 

Same same (Exteusion of No. 2, 269) . 

Same same (Ext«Dsion of No. 2, 270) . 

Same same 

Same same 

Miller, W. P., New York, N. Y. Machine for grinding hay 

Same Saw-tooth 

Miller's Falls Company. (See Goodell, A. D., assignor.) 

Miller's Falls Manufactating Company. (See Goodell, A. D., assignor.) 

Millett, G. V. (See Austin, H. K., assignor.) ^ 

Milligan, N., et al (See Gearing, C, assignor.) 

Milliken, D.. New York. N. Y. Machine for splitting wood 

Mi Hot. J. (See Millot, T, and J.) 

Millot, T. and J., New York, N. Y. Flower-makers' grass-on ttiug machine 

Mills, G.,etaL (Ste HUls, H. C, assignor.) 

Mills, G. £., New York, N. Y. Miuingpnmp 

MUls, G. M. (See Mills, T. and G. M.) 

Mills, H. (See Rager, C. B., assignor.) 

Mills, J., Keeaeville, N. Y. Horseshoe-nail machine ;.. 

Mills, J., Johnstown, Wis. Cultivator 

Mills, J. D., Alexandria, Va. Car-conpUng 

Mills, J. H. (See Wightman and Mills.) 

Mills, J. H.. Boston, Mass. Steam-generator 

Same Indirect steam-radiator 

Same System of steam and water-piping for bnildings 

Mills, L. (See Bean and MiUs.) 

Mills, L., etoL (S'e Foster, J. T., assignor.) 

Mills, L.. Jersey City, N. J. Box opener 

Mills. S. (See Urdahl, T., assignor.) 

Mills Shoe Machine and Manufacturing Company. (See Mills, W. J. B., assignor.) 

Mills, T. and G. M., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for granulating cocoa-nuts 

Mills, T. O., Kockford, assignor of one-half interest to W. H. Muls, Freepori 
cutting attachment to lathes : 

Mills, W., and D. J. Wolfe, Jersey City. N. J. Toy-gun 

Mills, W. H. (See Mills. T. O., assignor.) 

Mills, W. J. B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Mills Shoe Machine and Manufaotoring 
Company, New York, I*. Y. Last 

Milner, £., Warrington, England. Manufacture of white lead for pigments 

Milroy, J. W., assignor to self, W. B Michener, and C. L. Howax^ Haywood, Cal. Ro- 
tary^ cultivator 

Milstead, A. J., Woodbury, assignor of one-half interest to W. E. Hooper &. Sons, Balti- 1 
more, Md. Stopping-mechanrsni for twisting-machines y 

Miltimore, A. E., United States Army. Battery-gun 

Miltimore, G. W., Janesville, Wis. Car-axle 

Milton, C. C, assignor of one-half interest to E. A. Learned, San Francisco, Cal. Fire- 
escape 

Miudeleff, D. (See Kloczowski & Mindeleff.) 

Miner, A. L., et al. (See Hardenbergh, Miner and Fender.) 

Miner, G. D. (See Bayles, Carroll, and Miner.) 

Miner, S. H., Boston, Matis. Shutter-fastening 

Miner, J. G., Morrisania, N. Y. Street-lamp 

Miner, J. R.,«ta/. (See Dorman, L., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Miner, T. F. (See Harris, S. W., assignor.) 

Miner, T. F., et al. (Ste Harris, S. W., assignor.) 

Miner, W. H., Boston, Mass. Calipers 

Mingay, E., Boston, Mass. Design for heating-stove (Reissue) . . 

Miugay, E., assignor to Boston and Maine Foundry Company, Boston, Mass. Cooking- 
stove (Design) . . 

Minks, J. (See Sullivan &. Minks.) 

Minniss, T. S., assignor of two-thirds interest to £. W. Shippen, Meadville, Pa. Ti*ac- 
tion locomotive 

Minor, D. N., Chariton, Iowa. Seed-drill 

Minot, H P., Chicago, III. Ore-separator. . '. 

Minter, T. W., New York, N. Y. Engraving and carving machine (Reissue) . . 

Same same 

Miuthom, D., Gouvemeur, N. Y., asaignor of three-fourihs interest to D. P. Smock, New 
York, N. Y. Die for forming rock-drills and other tools 

Mjtchel, O. M., Marathon, N. YT, assignor to Nellis, A., Fort Plain, N. Y. Head-rest 

Mitchell, C. A. (See Heffley, W. H , assignor.) 

Mitchell, D. L. H. (See Hunter & Mitchell.) 

Mitchell, D.L. H., Forest. Miss. Lifting-jack 

Mitchell, H. M., et al. (See Flanders, J. P., assignor.) 

Mitchell, J. H., Clarksville, Tenn. (jotton-scraper (Extension) . . 

Mitchell, J. H., San Francisco, Cal. Cooking-range 

Same Laundry -stove 

Mitchell, J. J., Livingston. Ala. Shovel-plow 

Mit'Chell, J. J., Hopkinsville. Ky. Plow 

Mitchell, J. M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Whip-rack 

Mitchell, J. M., Dunlap, Iowa. Brick-machine 

Mitchell, M. Y., Zanesville, Ohio. Monument (Design) . . 

Mitchell, T. P., Haverhill. Mass. Boot or bootee 

Mitchell, W., London, and J. J. Mayo, Sutton; England. Flash-light signal 

Mitchell, W. B., Chicago, nL Car-coupling 

Mitcheson, E. B. A., Philadelphia, Pa. Moustache-spoon 

Mittendorf, H., Stony Hill, Mo. Revolving-harrow 

Mivelar, L L., Louisville, Ky. Smoothing-iron 

Mixer, A. A., assignor of one-half interest to F. Black, Hamilton, Ohio. Potato-bug do- 
stroj-er 

Mixer, W. M., New York, N. Y. Refrigerator building 

Mocller, P. W., New York, N. Y. Adjustable blackboard 

Moeslein, L., New York, N. Y. Ornamental mat (Design) . . 

Mofiat, D., New Orleans, La. Apparatus for extracting cane-juice 

Moffat, M., Watvitown, Mass. Spinning-mule 



Monthly [ Official 
volume. Gazette. 



Feb. 8, 1873 
Feb. 8, 1873 
Fob. 8, 1873 
Feb. 8, 1873 
June 3. 1873 
June 3,1873 
June 17,1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 



Oct. 7, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 



Jan. 21,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Dec 30,1873 
Dec 30,1873 



Apr. 22, 1873 



June 10, 1873 

Nov. 4.1873 
Dec 23,1873 



Apr. 8, 1873 
July 8,18rj 

Jan. 21,1873 

July 22, 1873 

Dec. 2, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 

May 6,1873 



Dec. 23.1873 
June 17, 1873 



Oct. 14,1873 
Dec 30.1873 

Oct. 21,1873 



Jan. 28, 1873 
Deo. 23, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 

Dec. 16, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 



June 17, 1873 



Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Dec 

May 

Dec 

Sept 

Dec. 

July 

JDOC 

Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



13, 1873 

10, 1873 

26,1873 

5, 1873 

30, 1873 

6,1873 

9, 1873 

9,1873 

2,1873 

22,1873 

16, 1873 

21, 1873 

25, 18rJ 

25,1873 



Sept 30. 1873 

Apr. 29. 1873 

Nov. 25. 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Sept 2;J. 1873 
July 8, 1673 



592 
562 
924 

935 

857 
858 



824 



343 

40 

648 



309 
337 

476 

7.52 

167 
145 

. 42 



770 
573 



174 
1,006 



704 
771 
359 
626 
562 

443 
161 



574 



272 
785 
148 
966 
187 
289 



192 
185 
313 

295 
279 
279 



262 



106 

12 
212 



96 



152 

C247 

^248 

57 

48 

14,15 



252 
181 



59 



72 
618 
498 
593 
730 
730 

810 

1,077 

652 



678 
2-25 



226 
252 
120 
197 
186 

145 
52 



181 



85 
259 

48 
312 

59 

97 



23 
209 
163 
193 
235 
235 

278 
C331» 
^340 

221 



3 
4 
4 



4 
4 



3 
4 

3 

4 

4 
4 

3 



3 



4 
4 



3 


104 


4 


684 


4 


626 


3 


683 


3 


197 


4 


645 


3 


258 



233 

76 



I 



475 
701 
701 



458 



652 

481 
674 



393 
47 

73 

97 

598 
490 

501 



684 
679 



403 
713 

425 



679 



4 


270 


3 


647 




226 




147 




710 




512 




621 




270 




591 




87 




650 


3 


83 


3 


222 


3 


222 


4 


357 


3 


486 


4 


565 


4 


558 



I 330 

4 38 



124 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Afphahetioal list of patentees for the year 1B73 — CoutiDued. 



Na 



Name, residence, and invention. 




143.860 Moffet, J , New York, N. Y. Cock for drawing beer 

142,360 Moffett, J. K., Watertown, N. Y. Table-leaf support 

Moffit, J. (See Kennedy, J., assiraQor.) 

140, 064 Moffitt, D. J., Thorntown, Ind. Fastener for shatters and doors 

138, 514 Moffitt. J. W., Hsrrisburgh, Pa. Brake-shoe 

136,086 Mohr,W.,New York, N. Y Rocking chair 

137,2:<0 Molan,P.,New York.N. Y. Dinner-pail 

138, 915 I Molineox, E. L., Brooklv n, N. Y. Preparing and packing water-colors 

7,064 Molnar, A., New York.N. Y. Fnr trimming (Design).. 

139, 177 Moloney, G. P., Detroit, Mich. Pipe-wrench 

142. 861 Moloney, J., assignor of one-fourth interest to P. Sarton and J. C. Welch, Oil City, Pa. 

Tubing for oil-wells 

134, 694 ■ Molt, 6., Millburv, Mass. Indigo-blue vat for coloring wool and cotton 

140,436 Monce, S. G., Bristol, Conn. Glaziers* tool 

Moncrief, G. (See Dugan Sc Moncrief.) 

144, 180 Moncrieff, A., Culfargie, Scotland. Means for operating heavy gnns 

135, 142 Moneuse, E., New York, N. Y. Steam-boiling apparatus 

Mongee, G. (See Palmierie, H., assignor) (lieissne.) 

137. 314 Monk, J., Norwich, Conn. Hub for wheels of vehicles 

135,721 Monk, W. G., Brooklyn, N. Y. Drain-pipe 

145. 002 Monro, G. F., Leon, tbwa. Medical oompoand 

145. 675 Monroe, B. C, Newburgh, N. Y. Masons' hod 

Monroe, B. F. S., Ulica, N. Y. Bed-bottom (Extension) . . 

Monson, C, New Haven, Conn. Holder for lamps (Extension) . . 

5, 501 Montague, C, assignor to C. C. Child, Boston, Mass. Rotary printing-press. . . (Reissue) . . 

135. 003 Montague, D. B., Springfield. Mass. Hot-air furnace 

141,450 Montague, H. P., Belohertown, Mass. Printers' furniture , 

135, 241 Montandon.'C. A., Locle, Switzerland. Stem winding and setting watches 

143, 832 Montfort, R., Butler, Ga. Seed-planter and fertiliKer-distributer 

136,851 Montgomery, H. C, Boston, Mass. Stop-valve-cock, &o 

Montgomery, J., Sing Sing, N. Y. Construction of steam-vessels (Extension) . . 

Sime Screw-propeller (Extension) . . 

5, 364 Same same (Reissue) . . 

Montgomery, J. A. (See Schneider Sc Montgomery) .^ (Reissue.) 

Montgomery, J. A., Springfield, N. Y. Journal-box (Extension) . . 

144, a55 Montgomery, L., Akron, assignor of one-half interest to L. Newman, Newstead, N. Y. 

Lime-kiln 

Mood, L. (See Clinton Sc Mood.) 

136,930 Moodie, E.L.B., New York, N.Y. Balloon-advertiser 

139,016 Moody, B. D., Darksville, Mo. Car-coupling 

140, 294 Moody. K D., Darksville, Mo., assignor of one-half interest to J. M. Fullerton and G. W. 

Snyder, Memphis, Tenu. Selt-ieeding tank for railways 

141, 8^3 Moody, C, assignor to W. Griifi th, Toronto, Canada. Reversible knob-latch 

142, 261 Moody, F. G., assignor of one-half interest to G. S. Fairbanks, North Monmouth. Me. 

Martingale , 

142,643 Moody, N.C.. Manistee, Mich. Gage for gang-saws 

137. 315 Moody, W. F.. assignor of two-thirds intiBrest to K Stone and C. Swift, Chicago, HI. 

Dove-tailing machine 

145, 304 Moodv, W. F., assignor to self, A. H. Frost, and C. L. Ames, Chicago, 111. Rotary steam- 
engine 

Mooney, G., et oL (See Barney, C. H., assignor ) 

134. 917 Mooney, G., assignor to self and J. Shaw, jr., Providence, R I. Fishing-reel 

Mooney, L. (See Young, Hewitt, and Mooney.) 

145. 676 Mooney, L., assignor to R. Mooney, Allegheny, Pa. Sad and fluting iron 

143, 526 Mooney, M., T. D. Van Dom, and C. C. Wiutefberg. Edinburgh, Ind- Railway-car stove. . 

145. 677 Moobey, M. T., Johnstown. Pa. Ingot-mold 

Mooney, R. (See Mooney, L., assignor.) 

137. 316 Moore, A. F., Florence, Ind. Macnine for taming axles 

Moore, A. J. (See Moore, J. A., assignor.) 

1:M,695 Moore, B., Seaford, DeL Car coupling 

Moore, R C. (See Worrell & Moore.) 
140,524 Moore, C. assignor of part interest to C. Baechler and G. Sommer, Jersey City, N.J. 

Hydraulic air-compressing apparatus 

135,733 Moore, C. C, New York, N.Y. PuUey 

145, .150 Same Curtain-fixture 

141, 805 Moore, C. E., Boston, and M. L. Wyman, Melrose, assignors to C. A. Kihlgren, Boston, 

Mass. Steam and air brake for railway -cars 

141,159 Moore,C.J.,Joliet,Hl. Car-starter ' 

137, 466 Moore, C. T., White Sulphur Springs, assignor of one-half interest to T. L. Feamster, 

Lewisburgh, W. Ya. Type-setting machine 

145, 118 Moore, D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Lock for fire-arms 

5, 674 Moore, D. & E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to the Bissell and Moore Manufacturing Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Saw frame (Reissue) . 

Moore, D. G. (See Waldron & Moore.) 

140, 939 Moore, D. R.. Owego, N. Y. Stove-pipe shelf, &c 

Mo<»re, E. (ike Moore, D. & E.) (Reissue.) 

Moore, E. C. (See Moore, G. H., assignor.) 
5, 573 Moocv, E. C, Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Tifiany Sc Co., New York, N. Y. Design for 

spoon and fork handles (Reissue) . . 

6, 721 .Same Jewelry-box (Design) . . 

6, 773 I Same same ( Design) . . 

6, 982 ! Same Paper-box (Design). . 

i:i6, 663 Moore, E. L., San Francisco, Cal. Accouchement-couch 

Moore,F.M. (5«« Moore, T. W. & F. M.) (Design.) 

Moore, F. N. (See Moore, T. W., assignor.) 

Moore, F. N. (See Moore, T. W., assignor) (Reissue.) 

134. 918 Moore, G., assignor to M. Moore, Scotch Plains, N. J. Device for aiding cutting goods 

on bias 

134. 919 Same Device for marking goods on bias 

141, 943 Moore, G. H., Norwich, Conn., and L. Bagger, Washington, D. C, said Moore assignor to 

E. C. Moore, Norwich, Conn. Litbograpnio stone .-.. 

135, 723 Moore. G. R., Lyons, Iowa. Drain 

136,608 Same..... Sediment^rain 

137, 467 Moore, G. R., IMiilaiielpliia, Pa. Heating-stove 

137, 7M Same ^>iuk-diaiu 



Sept. 16, 
Aug. 26, 

June 17, 
May 6, 
Feb. 18, 
Mar. 25, 
May 13, 
Dec 16, 
May 20. 

Sept 16, 
Jan. 7, 
July 1, 

Oct 28, 
Jan. 21, 



Apr. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

July 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Oct 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 



1. 
H, 
25, 
16, 
21. 
18. 

21. 

3, 
28. 
21, 
18, 

1, 
19, 



Aug. 2, 

Nov. 11, 

Mar. 18, 
May 20, 

June 24, 
Aug. 19, 

Aug. 26, 
Sept 9, 

Apr. 1, 

Dec 9, 

Jan. 14, 

Dec 16, 
Oct. 7, 
Dec 16, 

Apr. 1, 

Jan. 7, 

July 1, 
Feb. 11, 
Dec 9, 

Aug. 12, 
July 22, 

Apr. 1, 
Dec. 2, 

Dec 2, 

July 15, 



Sept 16, 
June 24, 
July 15, 
Nov. 4. 
Mar. 11, 



873 
873 

873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 

873 
873 
873 

873 
873 

873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 

8rj 

873 
873 

873 

873 

873 
873 

873 

873 

873 
873 

873 

8rj 

873 

873 
873 
873 

873 

873 



873 
873 
873 

873 
873 

873 
873 

873 

873 



873 
873 

erj 

873 



Jan. 14,1873 
Jan. 14,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 
Fob. 11,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
A PR 1,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 


■ 


5 


481 
786 


164 
259 


575 
43 
640 
799 
404 


182 
15 
209 
364 
127 


654 


804 


482 

185 

70 


164 
"25* 


683 
594 


326 
193 


32 
313 
723 
575 


10 
'i89 


"794 
477 
37 
706 
419 
457 


•ieo 

153 
11 
226 
139 
151 






870 


375 


332 


112 


521 
501 


173 
158 


789 
447 


250 
146 


786 

288 


259 
95 


32 


10,11 


343 


81 


389 


124 


575 
109 
577 


189 

38 

189 


34 


11 


185 


60 


156 
313 
290 


53 
99 
97 


363 
753 


119 
248 


168 
73 


53,54 
23 


210 


72 


539 


180 


582 


196 


388 


"96' 


390 
391 


124 
124 


494 
31J 
241 
171 
473 


"'99 

81 

54 

148 



Ofllcial 
Gazett«. 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 

4 
3 
4 

4 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 

4 

4 

3 
3 

3 
4 

4 
4 

3 

4 

3 

4 
4 
4 

3 

3 



4 
3 
4 

4 
4 

3 

4 

4 
4 



3 
4 
4 
3 



303 
226 

679 
501 
303 
338 
541 
641 
574 

303 
21 
14 

464 
83 

359 
164 
571 
656 
70 
37 
101 
T3 
138 
104 
4.32 
300 
189 
386 
461 

108 

516 

305 
563 

704 

188 

226 
277 

359 

617 

51 

656 
389 
656 

360 

21 



21 
164 
631 

172 
98 

371 
591 

602 

71 



312 
691 

58 
478 
277 



3 
3 

4 

3 
3 
3 
3 I 420 



51 
51 

192 
164 
274 
.371 



irNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
AlpluiMical lUt of patmlee» for tlM gmr lS73—Coatinaei. 



Sb^Te-grate ^ 

'., Phtlsdelplik. Fa. PBCkaiie-raK'^r 

nj, T. ,> .■_- (|jg stops of orK»DS .. 



Moore, J., Brooklyn, N.Y. FonnUln andaqnurtuni 

Moore,J..uidW.H.wnkiB8on,Brooklvn,N:T. FonnUln-bMln (DmIpD- 

M<>are,J.,udS.'W.Say,C>HkCro«k,TCis. Macblue for making basbela 



7. George, Pliilail«lptiiiL Pa., 



»oklyn,N.Y. EoUlng- 



A.J. Udoto, BethlalieiD,F>. Appnntiu 



MooTv, J. C., Uadtsou. Ind. SewioE-ni 
Uoore, J. <;., Ypsiliinll, Ulcfa. Log.tui 
Moore. J. P. {Bee Hiroai & Mooro.) 



-,, — . jy Sc Moore.) 

. (Su Flors. 0. v., assignor.) 
i|{Dorl« self and P.&Ueek, 



BeUafonte, Pa. Apparatus for pres^rv- 



GnlD'^Ua 



Mif ki 



iDd E. Gardner, Rochelle, HI. 
[. Roger*, Sudbury, Mass. MaDnraolnro of leather. 



Same Beel-etiR^nerrorboaldaud ^ooa 

Moore, S., andlCH. Hurlbiit,a«ilgiiors to selves and B.BogecB, Sadbnry, Moss. Paper- 
Moore, T.l,. (PssHowlandAMooreiy 

Mooro, T. W., New York, N. T.. assignor to F. N. Uoore. Bedstead-fitsteniiiK. . (Relsaae) 

^me Combined tmreau, waebaCanil, and wardrobe- - .(Desigo)- 

Moore.T.W. *F. M., Sow Ynrk.N. Y. Fornitore (Design). 

Moore. T. W. C. (Aw Morrison. A. J., assignor.) 
Moon,. W. A. I«M Branch, G.M„ assignor.) 
Moore, W. Z., YBllejo. Cal. Coniponnif rorcJ~""<<'" <i«-ul> A^ 
>nsft_K.O., and S. L. Wiegand, said W 



■lelphis. Pa. Uoring.m 



d assignor to uld Uoorhouso, Phile 



Moor.-I., Phj|iidalphie,Pa. RefrigerBlor for tranaporting ioe-crewn, &c 

Moraban, B., Broolilyn, assignor to self, F. TeOt, and O- O. Kellogg, Bew Tori 
aiationary wash-Wb 



]i,J.D.,No* York.N. Y. MeuJ window-sash 

n,T.,New York.N.T. Shade-hoWor 

E-L.F. Baltimore, Md. Mnilc-lear turner 



oiurv, E-F- iJiu Aouermui, nsiiiBU k juoiv.j 

UorMo. E., Sua Fraociwxi ObL BntMn-holiog attachment for sewiDE-mii 

Morehouse, C.B..XevtoaBtli),lDd..as^nor hy mesne as^Dmeat to KCI 

J.O.Morriam. Whin-socket 

Moreliouee.aE." (S^'welfi A"6orehoow™ * 
MoTolaoil. 1>. R.. aud C. Blocber. Bmad Ford. Fa. Nail- 
Morev, U-. WatsonvtUe, Cal . Stran-reedlug sttacbmeo 



1. Tei. Machine Tor 



le & Mori 



diugoa 



11,11. S. (f'nSe.vni 



r and F. Manning, Philadelphia. Pa. Ftre^soape for safes. . 
inr & Morgan.) 

, J. Postage-aUmp affiier. - 

a & Morgau.) 



r. T.. af 



Morgsn,M.r., Boaton, Mass. Organ-reed 

Morgan, P. H., assignor to Gnujiie KooBng Company, Baltimore, Ud. ^Vate^p^ooaug 

cnmponnd for canvas and other fabric! 

Morgan, T-K.,ilal. (8« 1)11 worth, J„ asalgnor) (Kvissiio-J 

^forgaii, T. U. I8te Marohand, (;. &,, assignor.) 
Morunn, W.F., 'Mu Maoklna. I..P snuliinnT.l 
Mortntn, W. F-, et 



Monthly Offldal 





» 




'Z 


5 ^ 














648 


i 




50 


" 


I 


398 


lU 



u. W. F.. Npb 

i«me-,-.'.-KaiLway.croBiuog gate -...-...-...,- 

1. Vf. F.. Bnffalo, asidgnar to the Gtsat Amerl 



any. Now 



k.N.Y. Grai 



Morgan, W-F.,N..„ . 

Same Boat-detaohlng device 

Monieneier, J. W.. Sbeboygan, Wis. Varnish for coat 

(Kelssne) 

Morin, J., Now York. N. Y. Lobricating joornal-boios, .. 
MorlasettP, J. (Brt Darozir, L., Miignor.) 

Morley, F. A-, Syracuse, N, Y. Liquid motor 

Morley, T.. CRmbHdeu. Mass. Medical componnd 

Morlev.T., Newark, N.J. Toy 

Momini^Iar, B., t'litsbDrgh, Pa- Cnmhlned doot-nlnle sD< 
Morrpll, J. A., Now York, N. V. Mnnur«tnrp..f sugar .. 

Sanio Froxna fur delaying the fcrmtnUtiou or a 



Dec 2,1873 168 r> 



Aug-1B,18T3 




Key. ll,im 




May m, IB73 




ir.t,!^ 




Nov, 11,1873 




S.iS 




Hoy. 4,1873 




i.sas 




JonelftlTO 

Jnly B,lin 
Aug.lS,im 

FelL 1 1! ISZ) 
Jan. 91, 1873 






Jan. H, 1W73 





May SO, 1813 I 509 



Joly K. len I 
Aug. as, 1873 I 



Apr. Si, IBTS j 



126 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — ContiDued. 



No. 



141,807 
142, 497 

136,609 
134, "7^ 

143, 498 



135,660 
137,468 

134,921 
138, 179 
145,890 
146,089 
137,617 
140, 840 
145, 305 
136, 748 

145. 442 
137,088 
138,678 
144, 472 

136, 447 
143,585 
6, 743 
134, 696 
138, 916 
144,216 



138, 341 

137,381 
140, 940 

143, 246 
144, 407 
142,807 

144, 348 

135,354 
137, 317 
138, 0:19 
142, 929 



141,371 
144. 349 

142,263 
139, 178 

139,018 
136,087 
137,560 

5,646 
5,647 



145, 443 
141,452 
146,014 
139, 805 

137, 789 



141,884 
145, 520 
ViS, 040 

142, 577 



5, 380 

i:j5, r>rj 



136.088 
136, 532 

5,544 

5,545 

141,808 
145,891 



Name, residenoe. and inyention. 



Morrell, J. A., and J. Brewer, New York, N. Y. Submerged pamp 

Morrell, J. A., assigiior to self, J. H. Wheatley, L. P. Williams, and O. H. Baxter, New 

York, N. Y. Heating air for use in the Avt^ 

Morrell, J. C. , Mauchester, England. Ash-screener and commode 

Morrill, C. £., Deeriug, Me. Device for fastening ends of shoe-binding strips 

Morrill. F. {See Elliott, G. R.. assignor.) 

Morrill, J. A., assignor to self, J. M. Wheatley, L. P. Williams, and G. H. Baxter, New 

York, N. Y. Granulating sugar 

Morrill, J. P. (See Lombanl, Morrill &, Sweat) 

Morrill, S., Vienna, Me. Sleigh 

Morrill, S. S., Fulton, N. Y. Main-spring attachment for watches 

Morris & Ireland. (See Hawkins, G. C, assignor.) 

Morris, A. H., Boston, Mas«. Horse-cover 

Morris, A. T., Bloomfield, N. J. Dumping-scow 

Morris, C. N., Cincinnati, Ohio. Feed-gauge for printing-presses 

Morris, D. B., Pittsburgh, Pa. Hot-air furnace 

Morris, D. C, New Sharon, Iowa. Car-coupling 

Morris, E., Burlington, N. J. Preparation of solder for sealing oyster and fruit cans . . . 

Same Beidstead 

Morris, E., and W. H. Kimball, Burlington, N. J., said Kimball assignor to said Morris. 

Sotdering-machino 

Morris, E. M., Baltimore. Md. Gas-cock 

Morris, F., San Francisco, Cal. Amalgamator 

Morris, G. W., Pittsburgh, Pa Railway-oar brake : 

Morris, G. W., and W. I^nhart, Corry, ^a. Combined carpet-rag looper and button-hole 

cutter 



Morris, H. C, assisrnor to T. H. Hazard, Richmond, Ya. Artificial food 

Morris, J. A., Atlanta, Ga. Shutter-fastening 

Morris, J. E., Minneapolis, Minn. Flower -stand (Design) . 

Morris, J. R., Houston, Tex. Lubricating oar-axle 

Same Journal-box 

Morris, J. S., Mosiertown, Pa. Beefsteak-tenderer 

Morris, Taskcr & Co. (See Newsham, W. L., assignors.) 

Same (See Tasker 6i McMillan, assignors.) 

Morris, W., Dayton, Ohio. Lubricator , 

Morris, W. D. (See Downs & Morris.) 

Morris, W. J., Now York, N. Y. Gun-lock 

Morris, W. H., Brooklyn, assignor to self and A. B. Ross, New York, N. T. Smoking-pipo. 

Morris, W. H. H. (^See Eastman & Morris.) 

Morrison , A ., Hamsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for separating nails 

Same Nail distributer 

Morrison, A. J., Troy, assignor of one-half interest to T. W. C. Moore, Mohawk, N. Y. 

Car- ventilator , 

Morrison, C. F., Thorn psonville, Conn., assignor to self, J. Morrison, G. S. Harwood, and 

G. H. Quinoy. Evener for wool-cards 

Morrison, E. K., assignor to self and J. S. Stites, Washington, D. C. Fire-escape 

Morrison, F. L., New Albany, Pa. Stencil-plate 

Morrison, H. B.. Le Roy, N. Y. Breast-collar for harness 

Morrison, H. B., Le Roy, assignor to Sargent &■ Groenleaf, Rochester, N. Y. Machine 

for forming sheet-metal pipe-elbows 

Morrison, J., et <U. (See Morrison. C. F., assignor.) 

MoiTison, J., iloliet. III. Reverberatory furnace 

Morrison, J., and H. M. Hutchinson, Philadelphia, Pa. Chair 

Morrison, J. A. (See Collins & Morrison.) 

Morrison, J. B., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ac^jnstable bracket 

Morrison, J. C, assignor of one-half interest to N. C. Gridley and F. F. Warner, Chicago, 

111. Polishingdevice 

Morrison, J. E., VVellington, Conn. Driven or bored well 

Morrison, J. H., Marlborough, Mass. Sole edge-setting-tool 

Morrison, J. L., and T. H. Fletcher, North Hollis, Me. Scythe-stone holder 

Morrison, J. W. (See Coffin, C. H., assignor.) 

Morrison, L., and A. G. Harms, Allegheny City, Pa. Saw-hangings (Reissue) . 

Same same (Reissue). 

Morrison, R. D., et al. (See Bushfleld, S. B., assignor.) 

Same same (Reissue.) 

Morrison, R H. D., assignor of one-half interest to J. Taisey, Winona, Minn. Seed-drill 

Morrison, S. G.. Williamsport, Pa. Coal-stove grate. ...' 

Morrison, T. F., Findley, Ohio. Eave-trongh support 

Morrison, T. W., New Brunswick, N. J. Sewing-machine table 

Morrison, W. A., et al. (See Cherrington. W. P., aMsignor.) 

Morrison, W. A ., Cambridge. Mass. Elevator 

Morrow, R. (See Paine, J. F., assignor.) 

Momjw, W. H., et al. (See Walker, J. A., assignor.) 

Morse, B., Ithaca, N. Y. Horse hay-rake 

Same Seed-sower 

Morse, B. R., Galesbiii'gh, HI. Ear-coverings for hats and caps 

Morse, H. < !., et al. (See Palmer &. Spencer, assignors.) 

Morse, J. V., Oshkosh, "Wis. Dredger 

Morse. L. (See Morse, L. B., assignor.) 

Same same (Reissue.) 

Morse. L. B., Athol, Mass., assignor of one-half interest to L. Morse. Cot-1)cd. . (Keissiic) . 

Same same 

Morse, T. G. (See Sooner, Morse &, Boschert.) 

Morse Twist-Drill and Machine Company. (See Johnson, M. C, assignor.) 

Morss, J. (See Marston, F. W., assignor.) 

Morthland, R. J., administratrix. (See Kaufman, J. G.) 

Morton, E. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Mechanical power 

Morton. F. G.. Bermondsey. Great Britain. Treating tinner's clippings 

Morton, G. W.. et al. (See York, J. W., assignor.) 

Morton, J.. Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor by mesne assignment to the McGowan Pump Com- 
pany. Water-tank for railways . ^ (Reissue) . 

Same same (Reissue) . 

Morton, J., Cincinnati, Ohio., assignor to self and G. S. Huntington. Road-scraper 

Morton, S A., Wadcslwrough, N. ( ■. Curry-comb 

Morton, T. C. (Sec Stever, J.. iU).signor.) 



Date. 



Aug. 12,1873 

Sept 2,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Jan. 14, 18rj 



Feb. 11,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Dec 23, 1873 
Dec 30, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Dec 9, 1873 

Mar. 11,1873 
Dec 9, 187:1 
Mar. 25, 1873 
May 6,1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Oct. 14,1873 
July 1,1873 
Jan. 7, I8rj 
May 13, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
July 15, 1873 

Sept. 30, 1873 
Nov. 11,1873 

Sept. 16, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Apr. 1, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Sept 16, 1873 

July 29. 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 

May 20. 1873 
May 20, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



Dec 9, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Dec 30,1873 
June 10, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 
Dec. 16. 18rj 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 



Feb. 18,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Aug. 12, 1873 
Dec 23, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



o 

a 
a 

CD 



364 

160 
242 
251 



160 

257 
171 

392 
827 
772 
967 
309 
443 
243 

359 
360 
673 

188 

260 

81 

175 



187 

405 

42 



I.Opl 

90 
540 

811 
205 

438 

146 

803 

35 

708 

537 

971 
147 

787 

654 
503 
640 
262 

180 
181 



360 

38 

904 

344 

474 



120 



82 

82 



81 
54 

125 
263 
252 
312 

96 
151 

82 

118 

120 

223 

60 

87 



59 



Official 
Gazette. 






4 

3 
3 



60 

127 

12 



315 

29 
180 

279 
69 

148 

49 
259 

U 
224 

183 

315 
49 

260 

204 

158 

209 

81 

61 

61 



120 

12 

293 

106 

148 



448 
444 
709 


1 

146 
145 
224 


237 


77 


,111 
166 


351 
53 




• 


641 
162 


210 


622 
623 
.366 
772 


205 
205 
120 
252 



3 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 

3 
4 
3 
3 

4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 

4 
4 



4 

3 
3 
3 



4 
4 



3 
3 
3 
3 

4 

4 



4 
4 
4 

3 



4 
4 
3 



3 
3 



3 
3 



4 
4 
4 
4 



172 

254 

274 

41 



255 

160 
371 

51 
458 
684 
710 
394 

64 
617 

283 
626 
:)29 
513 

511 
252 
403 
8 
21 
541 
481 



480 

364 
71 

357 
507 

300 

490 
112 
360 

448 

308 

122 
490 

226 

574 
562 
203 
390 

493 
493 



626 
1:J8 
705 
652 

420 



188 
645 

448 

2TJ 



48!) 
140 



203 
258 



202 
203 
J72 

684 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873, 

» 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



127 



Na 



Name, residence, and invention. 



135,999 

136.533 

140. 941 

140. 942 

140, 943 
143, 175 
141,584 
137, 790 
142,808 

137, 469 

138, 917 

136.255 

138, 342 

6,490 

6,577 

6.616 

138, 573 

142, 038 



143,090 
141, 372 
138,679 

136,381 
135, 144 

134,922 
136, 089 

136, 610 



141,658 
145,226 

145,227 



136, 749 
140,065 
144, 783 
139,686 



140, 525 
135,438 
139, 179 

140, 944 
141, 161 

141, :n3 

140, 945 
139,599 

137, 791 

140,066 
144, 558 
138, 095 
140.722 
139, 414 
139, 415 
137, 470 

141, 723 

136, a53 
136.854 
136,931 
136,932 

137. 018 

137. 019 

137, 020 
139, 180 
143,833 
143, 834 
136, 448 
144,350 
136,332 

138, 918 
142, 930 

143,922 

5,338 
140,295 
135.439 
143, 586 
145. 892 
145, 810 
143,416 



Moseley, C. H., Wincheater, Maas. Machine for desiccating tan 

Moseiny, L. E. (See Culver &, Moseley.) 

Moseley, T. W. H., Hyde Park, Mass. * Lifting-jack 

Same Constmctiou of bouses 



Same same . 



Same Gage for erecting plank walls 

Mo8e8,A. W., Philadelphia, Pa. Car-spring 

Mosher, A.. Canton, Mo. Portable fence 

Moaber, C. D., Cook County, 111. Pbotograpbic sky-light 

Mosher, D. C, Washington, D. C. Needle for weaving cane-scats for chairs. . . 

Mosher, D. G., Mosherville, Mich. Insect-destroyer 

Moshier, W., assignor of one-third interest to C. T. Merry, Norwalk, Ohio, 
cement 



Bate. 



Rubber 



Mosicr, J. L. H., assignor to Brewster & Co., New York, N. Y. King-bolt for carriages. . 

Same King-bolt for perch-carriages 

Mosmau, D., West Merideu, Conn. Lamp-stand (Design).. 

Mosman, M. H., Waterbur>'. Conn. Fork and spoon handle ( Uesign) . . 

Mosman. M. H., Chicoiiee, Mass. Lamp-stand (Design) . . 

Most. W., Greenville. N. J. Picket fence 

Motard, F. M. H., Paris, France. Mo<le of recovering and regeneratin g steam in motive- 
power engines 

Mott, J. L (See Demarest, J., assignor.) 

Mott, S. D., Milford, Pa . Boy's sled 

Mott, T. H., New York. N. Y. Apparatus for heating and ventilating railroad-cars 

Mott. T. P., and S. Gardiner, Jr.. said Gardiner assignor of one-sixth interest to T. P. 

Mott, New York. N. Y. Electrical gun-cartridge 

Motter, G. L., Bloomington, 111. Dining-table 

Motz, E., Woodward, Pa. Paper-file 

Moulthrop, C. W. (See Allen. Browen & Monlthrop.) 

Moulton, A. R., Falls Branch, Tenn. Prnning-shears 

Moulton. E. S . Chelsea, Mas& Pipe-wrench 

Moulton, G. W. (See Johnson Sc Moulton.) 

Moulton, J., Moultonville, N. H., assignor to self and W. P. B. Brooks, Chelsea, Mass. 

Car-coupling 

Moulton, J. H. (See Perkins, Moulton Sc Sawyer.) 

Moulton, L. v., Beaver Dam, Wis. Machine for washing photographs 

Moulton, W. J. L., San Francisco, Cal., assignor to Jeinson Lubricator Company. Lubri- 
cating device for car-axles 

Same Car-axle box 

Mount, J. A. (Ses Conover S. R., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Mount, W. R. (See lugels & Mount.) 

Mountain, H. B., New York, N. Y. Life-preserving mattress 

Mouret, L J. N.. Paris, France. Clock-work elobe 

Mowbray, A. G. & H. W., Stockton, Minn. Middlings-bolt 

Mowbray, G. M., North Adams, Mass. Electric fuse 

Mowbray, H. W. (See Mowbray, A. G. 6c H. W.) 
Mowry, £. C, et al (See Rom, L. E., assignor.) 

Mowi-y. W. G., and C. Pulis, New York, N. Y. Carpet-beater 

Moyel, E., Wyandotte, Kans. Feed-water heator for locomotives 

Moyel, E., and J. Howell. Wvandotte. Kans. Railway -axle-box cover 

Mozart, D. J., Ann Arbor, ^ich. Escapement for watches 

Same Calendar watch 

Same Self-winding watch 

Mueller, C, Wan-en, Mass. Roofing-composition 

Mueller, C. G.. and H. Meier, said Meier assignor to said Mueller, Hanover, Germany. 

Electrical gas-lighting 

Mueller, E. L.. Saint Louis. Mo. Egg-carrier 

Mueller. F. (See Quincke, L., assignor.) 

Miihleisen, A., Ottawa, Oliio. Hound for vehicles 

Same Thill for vehicles 

Mulcahy, D., Boston, Mass. Refrigerator 

Muldaur, E. H., Dover, Del Alphabet-block 

Mulford, J. E., New York, N. Y. Fire-proof safe 

Same Fire-proof building 

Mulhollen. H., Fostoria, Pa. Car-coupling 

Mull, W., Rantoul. 111. Corn-planter 

Mnllaly. J.. New York, N. Y. Machine for melting snow 

Same same 

Same same 

Same : same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same Angling-flv 

Same Means of keeping open the navigation of canals 

Same Machine for meltinj^ snow 

Mtillar, G., New York. N. Y. Combined latch and lock 

Same Elevator for buildings, &c 

Mnllay, J., Somerville, Mass. Prepared lumber for joiners' use 

Mullennex. H. W.. A Ipine. New York. Farm gate 

Miiller, A., Jersey City, N. J. Machine for making drain-pipes. Sec 



Same Manufacture of asphalt pipe 

Miiller, D. (See Goetze Sc Miiller.) 

Muller, F., Boston. Mass. Tassel-clip for window-shades (Reissue) 

Same Tassel -clip for curtains 

Miiller. J.. Nacoftdoches County, Tex. Horse-power 

Same - . . Hay and cotton press 

Muller, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Bridle for horses 

Miiller, J. G. & W., Dayton, Ohio. Apparatus for manufacturing illuminating-gas 

Muller, L., Hartford, Conn. Shutter- worker 



Feb. 18,1873 

Mar. 4,1873 
July 15,1873 

Jnly 15, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

May 13,1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Apr. 8,1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
M^y 6,1873 

Aug. 19, 1873 

Sept. 23, 1873 
July 29, 1873 

May 6,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Jan. 21,1873 

Jan. 14,1873 
Feb. J8, 1873 



Mar. 11,1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 

Dec 2,1873 
Deo. 2,1873 



Mar. 11, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 
June 10, 1873 



July 1,1873 
Feb. 4,1873 
May 20, 1873 
Jnly 15, 1873 
July 22, 1873 
July 29, 1873 
July 15, 1873 

June 3,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 



June 

Nov. 

Apr. 

July 

May 

May 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

Oct 

Oct 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

May 

Sept. 



17, 1873 
11.1873 
22, 1873 

8. 1873 
27, 1873 
27, 1873 

1,1873 
12, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18, 1873 
18. 1873 
18, 1873 
20,1873 
21. 1873 
21, 1873 

4, 1873 

4, 1873 
25, 1873 
13. 1873 
16,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 






Oct 21.1873 

Mar. 25. 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Dec. 23, 1873 
Deo. 23, lo73 
Oct 7, 1873 



564 

163 
541 

542 

543 
742 
149 
475 
440 
172 

406 

799 

1,002 



96 

579 

679 
971 



p 



286 
458 
459 
523 
523 
599 
.^99 
600 
655 
420 
421 
81 
148 
868 
406 
538 

491 

850 
789 

43 
175 
773 
701 

20 



186 

52 
180 
181 
181 
182 
182 
256 

48 
149 
148 

55 



259 
315 



30 

191 

234 
316 



189 


60 


27 


10 


595 


193 


393 


125 


642 


210 


242 


82 


233 


73 


170 


58 


171 


59 


3.59 


119 


575 


182 


529 


180 


227 


TJ 


l.'ie 


54 


43 


13 


655 


204 


544 


183 


756 


249 


972 


316 


544 




134 


44 


476 


149 


577 


182 


334 


113 


757 


240 


:«7 


114 


876 


281 


877 


281 



Ofiicial 
Gazette 



93 
152 
1,V2 
172 
173 
198 
198 
199 
205 
140 
140 
28 
49 
279 
128 
184 
165 
166 

278 

250 

13 

59 

253 

230 

8 



o 
> 



3 
4 



4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 

3 
3 
3 

3 
3 



3 

4 

4 
4 



3 
3 
4 
3 



4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 



& 

es 

198 

258 
71 

71 

72 
335 
147 
420 
'300 
371 

541 
228 
480 
272 
387 
471 
505 

199 

330 
122 

513 

247 

83 

51 
203 



274 

162 

f99 
599 



283 

679 
544 
643 



21 
131 
574 

72 

98 
123 

72 

620 
420 

679 
517 
452 
47 
599 
599 
371 
166 
301 
301 
305 
305 
312 
312 
312 
574 
433 
433 
252 
490 
233 
541 
308 

438 

342 

704 
131 
403 
684 
678 
.'i82 



INDEX OF PATEKT8 ISSUED FROM THE 



Alpliabeticat thi of patetilefi for Ike gear 1873 — Coiitinueil. 



Nune, reildeDce. uil iDvenliOD. 



MoDtfaly Offloial 



li I 



*. Y, Toj-bl 



S«mc... 



(Set Milllnr, 



BUCil 

IWDClls .. 



ihlneforflDlahlueiwDcl 

llor, J. G. and WT) 

-.- .,..'., Ken York, N.T, InksUnd 

MuUln, a J.. uaigDOT to Hir uid M. R. Hutey. ProT 

forpnncbing 

Uollownj, J. F., PitMbnieb, J. Cope, ConneJlavilU. ■ 

..., T.tr^Sw Brooke,' j/M.^aMiaoor.) 

UuucHtrr. O. H. WniblDRtoii. D. C. fessurj wUdsI 

Saiim PesBary 

MuudB, P "— — 

'iQDilella 

Utiueor) . 

-■-■iliiu 

ii-. F. M., nnlled SUt*« rei«ra8-»BrTic«. 

JO, HampdcD, He. Boat-deUchlufF apuara 

Manser, W. T., aiHiiEanr lo 1'. A F. Corbln. St 

Saine Botcrrtblc latoh 

Same Bell-piiU 

Manball. T. T. fSre Pntt & Mnshall.) 

"' B., Clevolanil, Ohio. Llehtpiiig-rod .. 
&., Mnlden. aaalgnor Ui^. W.l(l<:bar. 
EinRiwd Company. ISeeMaoTof, W 
., HUlgnor tu Mnnroe OrKao-Beed Co 

.T.G.'ji.'BuffiaoVijVY/'Biiil^iie"''. 

Uumey, J.H. C. (5«Mi<ri, A. O,, asslEDor.J 
UuuBon. C. U.. ereeuaE<l(l. UiaL Orrragt.cnrti 
^'ljdbod, D,. IndlaDapolU. liid, Ef^-boater . -. .. 
iiDHiD. S. B.. Jr., CbLcanD, III Iron wliiilaw-sbi 

Same....: Garbage-tub 

I *UaDlieDberKer, A,. Kenoaha. Wis. Barrel-Hnab 
^, PhlladBlphU, Pa. GM-Kovenwri 



....(Deaigiil.. 

e, R. L UaanracUin vfOlf 

. R.* Bnuk*. pitiabnrKh, Pa. 



Jaly 15, ti 
Mar. 3S, 18 
Sept a, IB 



if one-balf lulereat to E. L, 
raw BriUliu, Coim, Uortlae d« 



Apr, as, 16 
May e.H 
May 13, IS 
June 10, 18 



1, Man. WUIpBoeket.. I 
«t«r, Maaa. Organ-rced 



iDich, t. 1 



, auimior i^ 



one-balf JoMreat lo S. Torrey, Deering, Me, 



fork, N. Y. UachlDf rorErliidiDgbarvffitcir.kiilTes 

or to self aod G. W. Carr, Pbilartelphia, Pa, Sklpping-rod... 
V Doylo & MoTpby.) 



L Packln); (or hydrants, pomp*, Ita. ■ 
Paper-bag macblne 



135, 45S 

Ha. 118 

S,4M 



Mnrphy, P., New York, N. Y. 

Mnrphy, P., Sontb Ameabnry, Uan. Unb for oarriago-wbeeli 

Uurpby, R. Y,. asslgDor to A. Janeg, Cbirago, III. Toy-gon 

Mnrphy, T., Pine- Bluff, Wis. Ksrreiterrake 

Murpby. T. G., deceaju'd, by M, A. Scan Ion, Akron. Ohio. eiecnlHi, and aaalgnor of on 
bair inUrrat biH.S-DBDforth, MiddJebary, Ohio. Uachlna foroutUaematcbea... 

Murpby, T. H., New OrleanH, La. Maehine for nillInK labHca (Eltendan 

Mnrray, A. A., Bftlllinoni, Md. Gage-eoek 

MuITBT, C.H., SonlbwBTk.EngUuid. Brlek-maibinB 

Same Die or mouth for brick-mafibiDea 

Murray, Dongall JC Co. (fiM Batea & Mnrray, aaaignors.) 



raj, K. H., Saint Panl, i 



u or preparing ibe aa 



Murray', 6. (iSM Uoee, I., aaalgnor.) 

Mnrray, 0„ New Market, N. a Cotloo.gin 

Murray, K. Nei> Caetle, D<!l. Maehine tor iplittlag wou 



rray, S. W.. i 

Some King-bolt for railway cai - 

rray, a W„ aaaiiDor (o Murray, Uoogall It Co.. Mlllon, Pa. Fnncblng-mavfali 



Mnrwt, E., and E, Znberbnbler. Pbllailelpfaia, Pa. 

Muuhar. C., PltlabnrKfa, Pa, Mortising nachine 

MuKbert, B. F., MornavlUo. Pa- Cultivator 

MoBgrave, J, Cincinnati, Obio. Carbnrebir . 

Uuagrove, W. B.. Fair Flav, Colo. Ter. Machine for clearine atraeta of anow 

MUsaer, F., Cinotuuati, Ohio, HincB 

Muatin, J.G., PittHbnrih, Pa. CbiDiner-ioo] for glaaa-blowera 

MuiiBv, D„ iaint Albana, Vt. Coi nxb-boi 

Myer. V. E. (5m Myw, C, T. and V- E.) (Dettga.) 

Myer», A., Snlem,Oi'eg. Metallic uiae for lurblnc-wheela 

Mvera, B„ Chicago, lit Kailway-rail 



Aug. ae, IB 

May 13. 1@ 
Aug. 19. 19 
Feb. aM§ 
Apr. 13, 18 
Apr. 15. IB 



1%, SIS I 



TINITEll STATICS PATENT OFFICE, 1S73. 
Alphabelieal list o/ pateiilcea for the gtar 1873 — Coiitiuued. 



Uyers, C. Marjaville, Cal., HiiHiior to self aDd 7. J.ScliHfikr.Daveipait, low*. Snb- 

Wll gHllf['pl<lV. ,.,...,.-,- ,... 

Myen, 1>. (Sh epenier, P. I.,B«^pior.: 
MT«n. D., Chicasu, HI. PlpiHiniiptlnK 
Mven., D.R, Mslgnor--' i..if'-— 



oton«-liairinterMtloC.D. Helwlg. UhrioliBTUls. Olilo. WuhlDg- 

Loi^nsporl. lud. HMhuilMi ror tnuiamltUiig puwer 

>l»i>D. New Yort, N. Y. Rotarj-onKtoe 



ly Cily, N, J. Csr-nprii 

■ MyeralF.'iNBW York.NY.' Sw]- 

I Shits Sail nud emboMtne 

Myen, (i. A., WillluniibiirEb, N. Y. 



; Mycr*. U. N.. Boston, iSem 



.r. SoBtor 



. PorUbl 




^l^*VP" 











Nuginey, 
' N»Kle, i. 
Naelv, I. 
Nahe. H. 



one-half 

'IL HcCndiiah i^Sti6ai\ 
.TldcDCe,It.I. Umnamao'g 
I OrlMiis. La. Nnt-lnck . . . 

a., Brooklyn, N.Y. Streot-Ump . . . 
.J. W., ud D. Lillnrd. CotOEWrlrlB- T 
ion, H. M., Underbill. VL Uup-h 
inm.J.W.. DBrUv.CDnn. Pin-Hli. 
U., Locle, Swl 



o B. F.Perry, MadiMHi. Wis. Po- 



Ingm 



b, U.K., BrDoklyti 



I. Y. Far. 






I uid (I'elgbt . . 

National Unr»ahae Nail Company. \sa Rms, R,. uaiRDOr.) 
, NaUomU Honwsboe NatlCompBoj. (Set Ran. R., aHlgnor.) 

National Tabe Works Cumuuy. ISte FlaEler, H. K,, aaalgiwr.) 
Same ISu Jones, D., aaelKDor.) 

Same tSte &ray,H!!aa«ignor.) 

National Wlra-Matlrens ComnanT. fSrr Tamboll, A., aaalgnor.) 
.(SnTiirnbDll & Webb, aaalgnon] 



It Iiouia, 



onoklDE-atave.. 
Mo. BenrToIi 



SjLiie. Cflnklng-etovB- ..;.-...- 

yiu\1-i, H,. Oil city, Pa. Bottle and bottle-flapper . 

N-.jj[.ii,.J.H., Buffiilo,N.T. Uheck-valie 

S^ivliir. s , Indepeudence, lova. Lantern ....,.-..---..--..-- 

Xui liii, S .and A. Fsirobitd. Indepenrience, lowft. LMnp-irlok trimmet... 
Ni,vl..r, W. (SHUoOlnnlaAVayler.) 

S^nl'.i. tV., UildnayPark.EuDlaDd. Car-brake 

.\V.(lc.,.r.,ir.,and-C.P.Komp.^ngor Me. BlaaUc cheok-retn 

NMi,''A-K./New\lbauv!¥^ ftB"™lvin((^°ete''!'^.'."'.. ?.... "..!!;!! 
Neblnger.O. K., Pblladelphla. Pa. Finitjlryer. 

yi.1,<-ii<i.u.. ^r ri[i.]iiu^b. Pa. TapfMamlngBttaohmenltolatliea..., 
\.."lii r I' ^. " \iiik.N.T. Key for piano-fonea, organa, im 



Dal*. 


UoDthly 


GaMtle. 


IIS 




i 


D««. ».im 

Uay 6.1873 


** IS 


Ml 
SOI 



8epL33.1S73 
Feb. 39. IIS73 
May 13, m3 



tlept. 

Jniy s»[ iera I 



Sept. IS, 

Bepi> 18, iaii 



Aog. 5... 
July ^ 1813 
Aug-SS,- — 



^If, B. SimpaoD, Olen Cove 



d J. TV. Wllaon, New 



lAlie 
HS,M3 

lis, see 



Ni^il, w., ^uu i'Tiiiicinci^iJa]. Condenser and refiner for •plritoaiu Uaaora 

Nelll. J. E., dBceased, by U. O. KelU, admlnialrator. Key Weat. Fla. Uemp-iaaoblne 

Neill, U. n., admlnlatratrii. (»e Midll, J. Z.) 

Melll, W- J,, agalgiior of oue-balf lulerest to B. D. Uaaoo, Lawrenee, Kana. Spring-ahank 



Nellson, J. F.. New York, N. Y. Waler-oloMit. . . 
Nellgb. J. (See Selslove. J., eealgnor.) 
Nelir>i, A. (Sm Milcliel, O. IS., anignor.) 
J.. Plttaburgb.Pa. Horae bayrake - . . 



Jan. ' 
Bay . 



^ S.. asaigDor of one-kalf inlerei 



Nelaon.C. Gloni 



jn for preaerTing oaoraa and « 



<5h Ball, A-, analgnor.) 



gnor of one-third Inlweat to a D, Wood. Hay and cotton 



4elBon,B.H., Oalneeillle. Ala. i 
f elson.Q. F.,et at. tSee Clarknor 
S'olaoo. H., New York. N, Y. 



n.LaTc 

\ W.. Worceetcr, 
P-C, KoBtlaod. 



ISa Jonea, W., aaalgn 
Maes. Planing, maclilne 

[iid. Wludmill. ..., 

.Y. BlinBrd.cue 



Feb. liim 


Sept. 0,1373 
Sept. ^1873 


June 10, 1873 





113 


134 


r. 




tM3 




lit 


sn 




43 




73 
















318 












































361 




X 
































't* 










103 








1*5 


Ml 




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INDEX OF PATENTS IS8UE1) FROM THE 



Aii)1uthe1ival Usi of patetiieett for the year 187Ii — Contiuuod. 



Na 



Name, rcRldence, and invention. 



138,272 
145,005 
5,309 
5,310 
\35, 931 
143,5-27 
138,180 
145,893 

136,750 
136, 751 
136, 752 
138,428 

138, 429 



143,836 
143,993 

138, 518 

145, 521 
141,231 
140,530 



145,811 
145.583 
140. 428 
136,933 

145,678 

137, 792 

143. 371 

144, 123 

5,365 



137,021 
141, 661 

140,216 
141,809 

138. 574 
6,437 

6,438 
6,439 
6.440 
6,441 
6,442 
6,443 
6,444 
6,445 
6,446 
6,447 
6,448 
6.529 
6.530 
6,531 
6,5.32 
6.606 
6,607 
6,938 
6.939 
6.940 
6.941 
7,038 
7,039 
7,040 
7,041 
7, 042 
7,043 
136,753 



145,964 

137,022 
141, 163 
141.810 
145.006 
136, 934 
143, 994 



Neracber, W., Cleveland. Ohio. Key-fastener 

Nea, C. M., York. Pa. Manufacture of steel 

Nosbitt. J., East Boston, Mass., assif^uor to W. G. Ulery. Slide-valve (Reissue) . . 

Same Slide-valve for steam-enG^ues ". (Reissue) . . 

Nesbitt, J. D., Foxborough, Mass. Cushion and sharpener for sewing-machine needles. . 

Nesmitb, G. W., Metamoi-a, 111. Grain -register 

Nettleton, J. F., Branford, Conn. Device for capping and uncapping cartridges 

Neuber, C. F., New Brunswick, and F. W. Perry. Camden, N. J., assignors to J. L. Mason, 
New Brunswick, N. J. Machine for forming screw-tlireads on sheet-metal 

Nevers, W.. Bridgeton, Me. Sled 

Nevill, G. W., Kicbmoud. Va. Drain-tile-laying apparatus 

Same Ditching-machine ". 

Neville. J., Jersey City. N. J., assignor of one-half interest to T. Holilian. Chicago, HI. 

Fumac-e for smelting ores 

Same Combined rotary blast and puddling furnaci*^ for making wrought iron 

direct from tiie ore 

Neville, K. (See Smith, T., assignor.) 

New Brunswick Carpet Company. (See Webster, A. T.. assignor) (Design.) 

New England Glass Company. {See Libbey, W. L., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (Ses Lydiatt, J., assignor.) 

Same {See "VV^ing, J., ansiguor.) 

New Era Organ Company- {See Smith, J. A., assignor.) 

New York Ottoman and Hasscick Company. {See Ladd, J. D., assignor) (Design.) 

Newcomb, S. H., Port Williams, Nova Scotia. Standard for stools, tables. See 

Newcomb, W., Baltimore, Md., assignor of one-half interest to N. W. Allen, Boston, Mass. 
Windlass 

Newell, A., Erie, Pa. Mode of constructing wooden pulley-wheels 

Newell. F. A. {See Bncklin, E., jr., assignor.) 

Newell, J. A., Kalamazoo. Mich. Machine for boring hubs 

Newell. J. L., Port Huron, Mich. Compound for mixing paints 

Newell, R., assignor to R. Newell & Son, Philadelphia, Pa. Compound for coating wood 
and other articles to render them acid-proof 

Newell, R, & Son. {See Newel), R., assignor.) 

Newhouse, A. S., Hamburgh, S. C. Sofa, chair, &c 

Newlin. J. W., and J. S. Simmerman, Millville. N. J. Station-indicator 

Newman, E. G., and P. Anderson, New York, N. Y. Piano-action 

Newman, J., and N. Brown, Rossville, HI. Bee-hive '. 

Newman, L. {See Montgomery, L., a.«isignor.) 

Newman, T., New Orleans, La. Railway-switch 

Newman, W. {See Happo & Newman.) 

Newsham, W. L., assigiior to Morris Tasker & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Machine for bend- 
ing tube-sockets 

Newson, G. S., Edgefield, Tenn. Washing-machine 

Newton, A. D., New York, N. Y. Bit-stock 

Newton, F. W., South Orange, N. J., assignor by mesne assignment to W. L. Pomeroy ) 
aiid J. F. Plnmmer. Lappet-loom (Reissue) . . 5 

Newtoo. G. S. (See Donald & Newton.) 

Newton. G. W.. Hubbard, Ohia Cattle-guard for railways 

Newton, I., Cleveland. Ohio. Carriage-bolt 

Newton, J. {See HaU &. Newton.) 

Newton, J. H.. Paxton, HI. Mop-wringer 

Newton, J. M., Dayton, Ey.. assignor to D. D. Martin and J. English. Hand press for jelly. 

Newton, N. C. {See Kempe, E., assignor.) 

Newton, R., Millville, N. J. Can-flller 

Ney, E. J., New York, N. Y., assignor to Hartford Carpet Company, Hartford, Conn. 

Carpet (Design).. 

Same same (Design).. 



Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

Same same 

N^zeranx, P., Paris, Franca Apparatus for cooling air 
Nicholas, J. {See Bradley & Nicholas.) 

Same same 

Nicholl, Burr Sc Co. {See Hinzey. J., assignor.) 

Nicholls, J. A., Pittsburgh. Pa. Valve 

Nichols, A. J. {See Farrell, F., assignor.) 

Nichols. A. T.. Williamsport, Pa. Sawiug-machine 

Same same 

Nichols. B. T.. Roselle. N. J. Nail 

Nichols. C. W., assignor to H, H. Frary, Chicago, III. Safety-strap for haraess 

Nichols, F., New London, Conn. Aoifl-pump 

Nichol.^ F. W., Lynn, Mans. Shntter- worker 



(Design).. 
(Design.) 
.(Design).. 
. (Design) . . 

(Design).. 
. (Design) . . 

(Design).. 
. (Design) . . 

(Design).. 
.(Design).. 
.(Design). 
. (Design) . . 
, (Design) . . 
.(Design).. 
.(Design).. 
.(Design).. 

(Design).. 
.(Design).. 
. (Design) . . 
. (Dcsigu) . . 
.(Design).. 

(Design).. 

(Design).. 
. (Design) . . 
.(Design).. 
.(Design).. 



(Reissue.) 



Date. 



Apr. 29. 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 4, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Oct. 7, 1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 

Dec. 23,1873 
Mar. 11. 1873 
Mar. 11,1873 
Mar. 11,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 



Oct 21,1873 



Oct. 
May 

Dec 
July 



28.1873 
6,1873 

16, 1873 
29,1873 



July 1,1873 



Dec. 
Dec. 
July 
Mar. 



23,1873 

16, 1873 

1,1873 

18, 1873 



Dec 16,1873 



Apr. 15,1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 
Oct 28, 1873 

Apr. 22,1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 
Aug. 12, 18TJ 

June 24, 1873 
Aug. 12. 1873 

May 6. 1873 

Feb. 18.1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Feb. 18.1873 



Monthly Official 
volume. I Gazette. 



Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Oct 

Oct 

Oct. 

Oct 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec 

Dec 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Mar. 



18, 1873 

Id, 1873 

18, 1H73 

IB. 1873 

18. 1873 

18, 1873 

18, 1873 

18,1873 

25, 1873 

25.1873 

25.1873 

25, 1873 

22, 1873 

22, 1873 

7,1873 

7, 1873 

7, 1873 

7, 1873 

9, 1873 

9, 1873 

9, 1873 

9.1873 

9, 1873 

9, 1873 

11,1873 



Dec 30, 1873 

Mar. 18.1873 
July 22, 1873 
Aug. 12, isr.i 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 



EC 



938 
725 
211 
212 
508 
109 
828 

774 
360 
361 
362 

1,077 

1.078 



422 

578 
47 

455 
836 

161 

701 

497 

71 

524 

578 



477 
926 
686 

871 



600 
236 

724 
367 

96 



363 



861 

601 
758 
3fi7 
726 
525 
580 



be 
'»- 

P 



296 



70 
70 

165 
38 

263 

253 
119 
119 
119 

340 

340 



141 

192 
16 

145 



230 

163 

25 

173 

189 



149 

314 

227 

(276 

^277 

199 
74 

228 
120 

31 



120 



279 

199 
249 
120 
245 
173 
193 



c 



e 



3 
4 

3 

3 262 

3 193 



4 
3 



4 
3 

4 
4 



4 
4 

4 



3 
4 
4 



3 
4 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 



3 
4 
4 

4 
3 
4 



475 
572 
262 



389 

458 



4 ' 684 
3 I 28:1 
3 I 283 

3 { 283 



3 ' 486 
3 486 



4 I 433 



456 
501 

645 
112 

21 

678 

650 

14 

3 I 305 

4 I 656 



420 
366 
464 



3 461 



312 
162 

699 , 
173 * 

505 

189 
189 
189 

189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
189 
325 
:)25 
325 
325 
444 
444 
380 
380 
380 
380 
614 
614 
614 
614 
614 
614 
283 



701 

312 

98 
173 
572 
:i05 

4.Vi 



136, a5T 

Hi 473 

137.793 
I3S.473 

U% 719 



s.-se 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1973. 

Alphabetical lint of patentee* for the year ItfT)— Cuutinued. 



imtaD,N.T. Model 



Nichols. J. B.. Bostnip, Tei. Plow 

Nlchcda..r.S., iiul. (8k Watarbnuse. A. G., 
NtnboJ*. U., et oL (Dte WiiterhODii«. A. U.. a 
Nictaoli,M.O..CIv(lp,0. Reed.argan reed . 

Nivbob. M. v., Onmm. lowii. VebTole 

Nlchota. R. P. (Sen Niobole. H. W. & R P.) 
McLotB,W.U., BalkTia,!!]. WindmlU.... 



ment, water, and gu pipes . . 
d Nlishi^' Wue Creek. M ic'b. 



l-ook-nnt 

ntcKetsnii. A., £asc soinerviiie, Hue. Adjiialable ipnyiet... 
Nloker»n,B.F. (^ UunUcy, A. D..swai[iior.) 
Niooll, D.. LoDdon. Eoiilaiid. ICenilertDE Abrlea i 
Niooll, RG,. andG. ifHolIn - - " --■ 
Nlderkum. Q., Went Muunl 1 
H.. Clni 



tlehumtMit,, , 

S.r. Seir-rwillning 



». T. (See OoTy. E. G., awiiDor.) 
. (5«Cbapn»n. &. Caasienor.) 
aaalgDurloaelf ^Dd W. Vf. McNair. MId 

I., Brwiklyn. auignortoSbepard A Diidlej 



'and wbBBrrbDdVr . 



NewTorkpN.T. 






C. H., Polo. 111. 
Nuah.b. 



Nlmmo. k 

tor avriniea. 
Niniocks, A. B. 'S« LaDE.Caaiiigiior.) 
NlBb«1CU A.,Paniiso.U<ch. Fire-kiadler . 
Ntule, A., and J. Scbubel-I, New York, N. Y. Racking-^ 

Nilkey, J., Minn "- "'-- ■' ' 

NiiiiUKer,A.,Jr. ,_ 

M. L., Chetopab, Kudb. 

" -- " Cotton-planter 

nsboock, Lena. Ill, Waahlne-macbiDe 

lu, Maan. Moclimu and prooesa fur making pute (BetMue). 

141WU, u. \7r. i^uHrieatowii, Maai. Apparatni for making paate -,. 

»nbel, A., Hamborg. GeruuiDT. ae^aDnr by m«ane aaalRnmeuI la tbe Glaat Pnicitei 

Unmpaiiy, San Franeisco, CaL tinWvB CAmpouDd (Relsaue) 

Nobel. A.. Hambarz. Gennaii y, aulgnor liy meine aaslgnmenl to the Atlantic Giant Pow 
derCompaiiy.SanFranciaw.CaL Exploding nitiv-glyoerlnelKeluiie) 

Same MPthud of oiplodiDgBltro-gljcarine iReinai 

Nobel, A., Hamburg, Germany, aaalgnor to the Giant Powder Com]- ' "-- '-'" 

Giant Powder Company. Bu Franciaco. Cal. Eiploeive compoi 
Noble. A. n., (( oJ (;iMAlReo,R.J.,awignor.J 

Koble.C. 4.C0. (SMCoppuclt. M.M.,B«iil«nor) 

Same <5« Martfno, J.,Baalgnor} 

Noble, J. (Sn Sweet & Noble,) 

Noblo, S. D., Comi Gordo, IIL Dltehlng and grading ni»ol}'- 

Noble, (J. W., aesignor to self and J. W. Hamden, Wakeflel 

Nobles. M.?.,ElniirB.N.Y. Sandlns devloeforlaiiomotlv» 

No«.C. L., BercBn Point. N.J. Angling-reel ,. 

NiK.'l,T.,MempblB, Tenn. Speclaolo-frame (Bxtendoo). 

Nolan, J-.WaSdioglon.N.Y. Water-wheel 

Nolan, IL. HMignur of onb-taair Intereat to B. Byan. GaUgbnrgb. 111. Doable^otlaic pnmp 
Nobui, P. W-.NewYork. N. Y.. aaalgnor of one-half lulereat la J.E. Campbell, Wllli- 



and tbe Atlanlli 



d. Maw- Saah-raitener . . . 



Nolan, P. W., New York, N.Y. Car-aeat-. 
Nolan. T. (S«UcGlnty & Nolan.) 
Noir, A. L.. aaalgnor lo eelf and V. Barjon, I 
Noly, T. (SuOavalli, A., aaBlannr.) 
Nonnenbacher. J.. New York, N. Y. Fietu 

Same 

Noon, J.iJ. (SMConger, W.M.,aMlgnoi 



Jew York, NY. Galvanlo battery,.. 



ronlen, L.. Philadelpbli 



idaftaalli 

U.. New York, N, Y., awlgnot lo Hartrord Carpet Company, Hartford. 

Carpet (DeaiKHl. 

•am*. (Deaign). 

same. IDealgn). 

-•ame (Deaign). 

.»ame (Iteaigo). 

•aame (Deaign). 






:;. K. Dietrich. New Orleans, La. tce.ma(iblne 

■iilDp..' 

n, aa^gnora'tu'A.' Lledbeak, StoEkhoini, .Sweden 



slTe coniponod 

Nonia. J, B.. Richmond. Va. : 

Same Lnbricadng compound 

Norrls, L-. et ai. (See Blabing ft^ctione. aaalgnon.) 
North Aoieriram Iron- Works- (Sa Wllkinion, W. H., aasignor) . . 
North Brlllah Rubber Com panv. (5m Bartlett, W. E.. aaalgnor.) 
North. O. B.. aaricnor to O, B. North & Co., New HaToo. Conn. Sn. 

Same flarqens-biickl* 

Nonh, 0. B., & Co. {S-e North, 0. B, aaalgnor.) 
Nurtliend & Foitcr. (See Bcnner, L. D.. usignoi.) 

North nip, C. W., Uii™, N.Y. Sprine bcd-botlom ., 

N.irthiip. N. G., Sainl Pmtl, Uino. Joint (or Bhoathing 



Sept 30, 1673 

Mar. 11. 1873 
Dec 9,1873 



Dec. S,1873 
Sept ^18 



Dec. 9, 1S73 .. 



132 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical lUt of patentees for the year 1873 — Continaed. 



No. 



5,557 

134, 816 
139,688 



136,596 
134,983 



136.173 

LIS, 005 
5,346 



Nftme, residence, and invention. 



Date. 



Monthly Official 
volume. Gazette. 



136,935 

143,800 

135,834 

5.348 

136,756 

138,921 

143,037 
141,885 

144,603 

145, 131 
143,093 
134, 9-^4 
140,636 



140^637 
135,933 
143.837 
136,614 
135,384 
138,273 
137.233 
139, 18:) 



141, 070 
135,006 
137, 333 
144. 134 
145, 533 

139,359 

139, 416 

139,336 
140. 399 
137, 947 
141, 945 
139,807 



145,587 
143,776 
143,838 
137,709 

137, 948 
143,503 
139,730 
137,234 
145,306 
135,734 

136,001 

143,297 
138,430 
143,777 
140,439 

6,589 

6,383 

143, 778 

145, 123 



Norton, C. P., Prairie City, Iowa., assignor to I. P. Pillsbnry, Monmoath, 111. Cultiva- 
tor (Reissue) . . 

Norton, B., Boston, Mass. Wasbing-machlne 

Norton, E., Chicago. 111. Box for spices, &c 

Norton, E. D. (See Stoddard &, Norton.) 

Norton, F. P., et al. (See De Forest, D. W., assignor.) 

Norton, H. B., Rochester, N. Y. PotaUhdigger 

Norton, J. D., Saint Louis. Ho. Solderinic-iron 

Norton, M. P., Troy, N. Y. Post marking stamp (Extension) . . 

Norton, S.S,etal. (SeeDe Forest, D. W.jMSignor.) 

Norwalk Lock Company. (See ElwelL H. H.. assignor.) 

Norwood, C. J., et aL (See Manning, J., assignor.) 

Noton, W., Oldham. England, assignor to £ Kiston. Lowell, Mass. Feed-mechanism 
for cotton-openers, &c 

Nott, A. B., aasignor of one-half interest to J. E Card, Fairhaven, Mass. Farmer's boiler 

Nourse, L. S., Barre, Mass., assignor to H. A. Hildreth and W. J. Johnson. Flour-sifter. 
(Reissue) , 

Nourse. T., et al. (See Amdt, A. F. R., assignor.) 
Same (See Cliff 6c Martin, assignors.) 

Novelty Iron Works If anufacturing Company. (See Presbrey, C. H., assignor.) 



Aug. 36, 1873 

Jan. 14,1873 

, June 10, 1K73 



Mar. 4,1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Aug. 9,1873 



Feb. 35, 1873 
Jan. 21,1873 

Jan. 31,1873 



Nowlan, 8. B. B., New York, N. Y. Construction of bridges i Mar. 18, 1873 



No>e, J. T., Bnilklo, N. Y. Tramraing-bolt for grinding-mills 

Noy es, R B., and O. G. Stratton, Greenfield, Mass. Dash-rail for carriages 

Noyes, C. H., Orange, N. J. Band-comb (Reissue). 

Noyes,D. W., BenLington. Vu Railway-car ventilator 

Same Winoow-sash 

Noyes, H. H., et al. (See Root, J. B., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Noyes, J. P., Binghamton, N. Y. Sewing-machine 



Noyes, P.. Lowell, Mass. Apparatus for oiling, testing, and washing fire-engine hose. . . . 
Nugent, E. (See Fanning A Nugent.) 

Nugent, E., and J. Fanning, Brooklyn, N. Y. Machine for nicking and shaving screw- 
blanks 



Same Machine for threading screw-blanks 

Null. W. H., Blandinsville, HL Quiltingattachment for sewing-machines 

Nunamaker, S., Nineveh, Pa. Rail way -rail Joint — 

Nuss. G., New York, N. Y. Combined refngerator and beer-oooler 

Nutrio Manufacturing ComjMmy . (See Fitts, R. B., assignor) (Reissue.) 

NutUll. W. (See Isherwood &, Nuttall.) 

Nutter, G. T. (See Miller, A., assignor.) 

Nutting. G. (See Tebbets & Nutting.) 

Nutting, G. B., and J. C. Githens, assignors to A. C. Rand, New York, N. Y. Rock-drill. 

Nye, & R., assignor to self and C. J. Rioe, Winchendon. Mass. Grain-drill 

Oakes, B. F., Milford, Me. Car-starter 

Oakes, E., Danville, 111. Reed-organ 

Oakes, F. S., Cattaraugus, N. Y. Milk-cooler 

Oakley, F. L., New York,N.Y. MitteA 

Oakloy, J. S., Passaic, N J. Tucker for sewing-machines 

Oakley, J. S.. and B. M. Post, Passaic, N. J. Step-ladder ' 

Oakley, J. T. (See Jaqnes, Oakley Sc Sterne.) 

Oaks, J. B. (SM'Bumliam & Oaks) (Design.) 

Oaks, S. D. (See Gould, M. B., assignor.) 

Oaks, W. A. C, Readine, Pa. Apple-parer 

Ober, P. E., Beverly, Mass. Coffin. 



Obemdorf, A., jr., Baltimore, Md. Umbrella-handle 

Same Toy buildiog-block 

O'Bleuus, A- W., New York, N. Y. Step-ladder . . . . . 

O'Brien, C. M., Uightstown, N. J. Tag-maohine 



O'Brien, J» assignor to self and C. D. Lamarohe, New York, N. Y. Fire-escape 

O'Brien. W.S. (iSte« Dale, W., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Obrist, W.,New York.N. Y. Ribbon-block 

O'Bryan, B., Marietta, Pa. Belt shifter and tightener 

Oburg, F. v.. Peoria, ill. Thread-cutter for sewing-machines 

O'Ca ilahan, T., Boston, Mass. Metallic lathing 

Ochiltree, S. P., Orange, lud., assignor oi one-half interest to G. H. Puntenney. Rotary- 
engine 

Ockington, A. J. (See Ockington. R B. it A. J.) 

Ockington, B. B. & A. J., Stratford Hollow, N. H. Machine for making clothes-pins. . . . . 

O'Connor, J., Jackson, Mo. Wheel for vehicles .*... 

O'Conner, L. J., Chicago, 111. Street-sweeping machine , 

O'Couner, T., assignor to Saint Louis Rail-Fastening Company, Saint Louis, Mo. Spike- 
machine , 

O'iJonnor, W., Berville, Mich. Extension-ladder , 

0'Ck)nner, M.. New Brunswick, N. J. Fruit-can 

Ocorr, H., Milwaukee, Wis. Stool or chair 

O'Dell, A., Bncy rue, Ohio. Washing-machine 

Odell, S. W., Saint Louis, Mo. Copying and folding press 

Odell, T. L., and J. C. Hudson, Iowa Fuls, Iowa. Bed-bottom 

Odeuatt, W. H. (See Kichner St. Odenatt.) 

Odgers, C. E., Bloomfleld, N. J. Machine for cutting stone 

Odiome, D. W., Elizabeth, N. J. UmbroIU-cover 

O'Donnell, J., Saint Louis, Mo. Hat 

O'Donnell, J. D., Washiugton, D. C. Draft-cock for soda-water and other liquids 

O'Donoghne, J. D., and W., New York, N. Y. Tooth-brush 

O'Donogbue, W. (See O'Donoghue. J. D. & W.) 

Oesterle, H. A.JPhiladelphio, Pa. Badge (Design).. 

Oesterling, J., Wheeliiuj, W. Va. Beer-mug (Design) . . 

Same Mauuiacture of stemmed glass-ware 

Offen, G. C, Portland, Me. Safety-attachment for car-trucks 

Olfermaun, £. (See Ambrun Sc Olfenuann.) 



Sept. 16, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Mar. 11.1873 
May 13, 1873 

Sept 33, 1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 



Nov. 18, 1873 
Dec 3, 1873 
Sept 33, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
July 8,1873 



July 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Mar. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Mar. 

May 



8,1873 
18, 1873 
31,1873 
11.1873 
38,1873 
39, 1873 
35,1873 
30,1873 



July 33, 1873 
Jan. 31, 1873 
Mar. 35, 1873 
Oct 38,1873 
Dec 16, 1873 

May 37, 1873 

May 87, 1873 

May 37, 1873 
June 34, 1873 
Apr. 1.5,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 

June 10, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 
Oct 31 1873 
Get 31,1873 



Apr. 

Apr. 

Sept 

June 

Mar. 

Dec 

Feb. 



8,1873 
15,1873 

3,1873 
10,1873 
25,1873 

9,1873 
11, 1873 



Feb. 18,1873 

Sept 30, 1873 
Apr. 29, 1873 
Oct 31,1873 
July 1,1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Oct 31,1873 
Dec. 2,1873 



i 




CO 


Q 


850 


280 


299 


96 


338 


73 


165 


53,54 


394 


135 


733 


336 


480 


154 


644 


309 


536 


<173 

>n4 


441 


5148 
) 149 


414 


134 


438 


135 


365 


131 


408 


138 


627 


<213 
^214 


449 


146 


456 


154 


75 


24 


680 


234 


394 


125 


287 


91 


368 


91 


508 


166 


423 


141 


345 


83 


740 


338 


930 


396 


801 


364 


657 


305 


660 


335 


481 


154 


802 


364 


687 


227 


455 


145 


737 


5333 
^334 


878 


381 


795 


353 


793 


353 


605 


191 


496 


163 


346 


107 


500 


164 


369 


133 


433 


141 


393 


133 


606 


191 


163 


53 


273 


85 


803 


265 


244 


83 


314 


100 


566 


5186 
{l87 


856 


293 


1,079 


340 


370 


123 


73 


26 


".372 


'i83 


77 


34 







t 


i 


4 

3 
3 


231 

44 

643 


3 
3 
4 


358 

59 

134 


3 
3 


333 
74 


3 


87 


r 


30G 


1 


300 


3 
3 
3 
3 


171 
404 
884 
541 


\* 


336 


4 


188 


4 
4 

4 
3 
4 


538 

591 

330 

53 

41 


4 


41 



3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
3 
3 
4 
4 

3 

3 

3 
3 
3 
4 



4 

4 
4 

3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 



4 
3 
4 

4 

3 
3 
4 
4 



193 
433 

374 
107 
475 
338 
574 



91 

74 

339 

465 

645 

588 

599 

593 
705 
431 
192 

658 

650 
438 
433 

400 
431 
255 
647 
339 
617 
164 

198 

360 

486 

4S8 

14 

417 
187 
489 
501 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alphabetiual Utt of patentee* for t\e year 1873 — Contltiued. 



Hontbly | OSeIb 



IHMO 

135.835 
135,313 
136^ in 

lae.sit) 

M.93D 



0*Gan. T.,Wopoi 
0>;lwrD,H.,<(aI. 
Ogbom, B., Klob 



r. KeadTJok. 



BcDoklyu, K. T. B«d-boiMm . . 



'IprinE for bud-bottoiDa 

^ . . ,_,_.. iinDqdt aiBlEDor of odg 

itlaple ror •ecaring Uie Buds of b>rre1-hoop>. 



OKboi 



iDUIeit to & Wataon, iDiliaupalil, iDd. 
one-half 'intoreM lu ^'WaiiraD, Lewitiiilc, Ib^ B«r- 



Ogdeu, K. C. Nev 



ilereetto W.A. JODna.'WBit Troy,K.T. OpomHng 



«, C. U., Vail R)Ter, Man. CoFeriog for moBin ai 



Ublnon.J. (SM N' 

ObOHV. A. J.. Hamiiwii.uniu, uiiu-uivnr 

0J6da,A. T.,S«nF™nti«>o, C»L Hjdraaliojack 

O K«iup.C.,<(aI. (.S^lAarove. W:A.P.,BHlKuaT.) 

^L__._..j f> .k '^aba^Nob- Apparatus for lowering ptpfw In walla. 

Wiiul & Okej.i 

Qardnsr, NT J., and A.OIander, Nsv York. K. T. 

"' " " — '" °""^,11L Aal^matlo gate ,. 



Okej.J. i(. (SMDm 

Olander. A., Glen Q , 

Ollisn, G, W.. and W. Toudit. ontr b aviiv, lii. . 

Oldbim.C. W., Lefpsic, lnd. Dwr«prlaii 

Olds, A. M., Gnteley, Col. Ter. WtuhlnK-auDbii 



Window-mirror . . 



Oldft A. 
Olds, H. 
Olds-H. 



OakSiaduii.MU:h. PorlaUe fence 

roftiro-ihlrdilnlerMtldC.J. Bayer. Cedar Bapldg, lows. Beditead. 

Bven. Conn, rnlpalrainar 

tmfactarluR Company. {Set Panf, A., aaalgnor.) 



I., McClnre Towusblp, Pa. Blank for dniw-bolU. .. 



nsblp. Pa 

|r., Pliwbargb, Pa. J?l 

hBend.Ind. CbUI foroaaUngmold.boaida. . 
ODln.Canada. Preserving anldrylnglanibe 



I of regulating speed Inmaoblnerj... 



v. fvP.. Drtroil, Miob. Haoblne for gumming aaws 

:i.T..«iMlgDortoRlehli Bids., Ptalladetphia. Pa. Apparatua for testing tbe t«DaI1e 



Ulgson,S.J..CblOHgo;IIL Waste' 



llngapparatna 
1. CODpnund to 



O'KeilJ., asalgDOT to aell 



. . Jompnund tool..--. 
;lphJa.Pa. Combined laKib and dnir^beok . . . 
ifand RA-Scbooemui. New York. N-Y. 



[■otary eulter 

O'Neill. &W.,rtat. SaVtL 
O'Netll.J.. Brooklyn, N-Y. 
O'Neill, P. H.. Saint Louis, Mo. Hor 
Onion, J. H.W.,iUid W.ff.H- Lardi 

Lirk in. Baltimore. Md. Uacblne I 
Oppenbeiiner, S. (8r Uamm.S. as4 
Oram.J. M., Goaport, Ind. Watclnn 

Onl, W.. Bro.klyo. dbio. Governor 



— . — .jt WDpellinir T«»l( 

■If, J. Kelly. an*I R Pflklugton, PblladelpUa, Pa. 

H L., assignor) (ReiMan.j 



le third Int^reat to 'W. D.B 



Ordway.A 11.. Hnverbill.MaM, Spring fnriwiking-dialni... 

Ormabfl.'.M.. Itronklyn. N. Y. Button .liatenlog 

(Irod.irff.J.S.VirpnU City. Nev. Pon.boldar 



It Is H. SaSbrd. Soutb Grove. lU. Draw 



idJ^M.^iid,Wbeeling.IV.Va. Legfor 

_.., , jtl Scats. North Bridgewater. analgnora of one-half Interest to C.A. 

Pi a tl. Clinton, Mass. Jaok-onnlor for edge.lrlinming, and burulsliing maublnea 

Ott, W.J„CbBrlotlo.N.C. Cotton .bale tie „ 

Orton.BE,, and W, Cavert. Sterling, IlL Sball-banger 

Oi-lnn.O.'P. (Sw RoobP & Orton.) 

Orton-T., Cbi<uigo,III. Paper-clip.. (Derign). 

Same Combineil lett«r.Bbe8t and envelope 



:;BXaQd"| 



Jan. 


7, Iff 










Feb. 25; II 






Uar. 




Jnir 


1.1? 


Nov. M, IS 


Juna94.ie 










Sept. IB, IB 












w,is 


Jnly 


as. IB 


Apr. 


nM? 


°A\, 












X 








Ang 


S«l« 




lU,li 


Uw. 


18,18 














































AlB 


fT 


16.18 












IB, IB 














May 






Apr 


111 


Feb. 


18,1 


Oct 












1:1,1 






July 


a. IS 


Nov 
















Jnly 






11 1 








Ang 

















134 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Coutiuued. 



No. 



Name, resideDce, and invention. 



144,283 
139, 418 
138,922 
137,090 
139.020 
144, 125 
139, 515 

142, 579 



139, 184 

140.068 
138, 274 
135,577 
137, 474 
138,684 
138,685 

143,247 

143, 418 
143.925 

134,698 

146,090 

134.699 
145, 747 

144,354 

143, 459 

5.263 

137. 859 

144, 921 



138,758 

145, 123 

136,003 
137,950 

136, 091 
143, 374 

135,837 
142.862 
137, 619 
i:i8, 275 
135, 661 
136,:i35 



145, 007 

145. 894 

145. 895 

142, 644 
139. 185 

143, 587 

144, 859 

144. 860 
143,926 

139, 186 
140.381 
134,817 
134. 764 
142, 408 

5,438 
137, 710 

136. 175 
139.969 

140, 431 
5,223 

5,224 
5,225 

141, 165 
UC; 091 



Oram, M. L. (See Mellor & Onim.) 

Onim, M. L., Philaddphia. Pa. Match-box 

Orvia, A^ Ellington. III. Flood-fence 

Orwig, S. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Typesetting machine . . . 

Osborn, J. H., Giielph, Canada. Treadle 

Osbom, M., Albion, Mich. Cane 

Oebom, O., Cleveland. Ohio. Wrccking-apparatns 

Osbom. O. S., New Haven. Conn. Landan carriage-book 
Osbom, S. (See Smith & Osborn.) 

Osbom, W. F., Barlington, Kans. Wagon-brake 

Osborne, D. M. (See Kirby, W. A., assignor.) 
Osborne, D. M., & Co. (See Meyer, F., assignor.) 
Osborne, E. W. (See Patterson, A. J., assignor.) 

Osborne, J. W., Washington, D. C. Speed-gage 



Osborne, O., assignor to T. Dolan &. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Pressing hosiery 

Osenbrnck. J. A., Hemenlingen, German v. Lubricator 

Osgood, C. M., Amherst. Mass. Device mr pressing hats 

T)sgood, F., New York, N. Y. Manofactiire of pigments containing zinc and lead 

Same Mannfacture of oxide of zinc for pigments 

Same Treating zinc dross and skimmings for the mannfacture of pigments . . . 

Osgood, J. M. (See Spragiie & Osgood.) 

Osgood. R R., Troy, N. Y. Mode of fastening the racks of dredging-machine dipper- 
handles 



Osmond, E., Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for retaining fillings in teeth 

Ostrander, J. S., Dayton, Ohio. Paper-bag machine 

Ostrom, H. P., et cU. (See Hermance, J. F., assignor.) 

Otis, C. R, Yonkers, N. Y. Guide for elevators 



Same Hoisting-apparatus 



Otis, C. R. and N. P., Yonkers, N. Y. Steam hoisting-apparatus 

Otis, E., assignor to J. Peckham. New Haven, Conn. Machine for making cord 

Otis. M. £. (See Otis, M. S. and M. E.) 

Otis, M. S. and M. E., Rochester, N. Y. Wood-grinder for paper-pulp 

Otis, N. P. (See Otis. C. R and N. P.) 

Otis, S. A., Boston, Mass. Car-coupling * 

Otstot, J. D., Spriugfield, Ohio. Lifting-jack (Reissue).. 

Ott^ A., assignor to T. F. Wells. New York, N. Y. Artificial stone 

Ottenheimer, J., assignor to Ottenheimer, Rothschild &. Co.. New York, N. Y. Woven 
corset , 



(Reissue.) 



Ottenheimer. Rothschild Sc Co. (See Ottenheimer, J., assignor^ 
Ottuer, J. (See Rebstock & Ottner.) • 

Same same 

Ottner. J., Bridgeport, Conn. Manufacture of door-knobs 

Otto. F. G,, et al. (See Leiter, J., assignor.) 

Otto, N. A., Deutz, Germanv. Caloric-engine 

Ough, W. (See Bt»llair« & Ouch.) 

Ongli, W., Orion, HI. Sulky-plow 

Outten, G. F., Norfolk, Va. Mortlsing-machine 

Outterson. W. P. (See Keely. N., assignor.) 

Overoiid, J. A. T., San Francisco, Cal. Typecasting machine 

Overend, W., Cincinnati. Ohio., assignor to E. and C. Chambers, jr., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Register-point i>erforating device 

Overholser, A. W., Duchoyquet Township, Ohio. Portable extension fence 

Overton, E, Utica, N. Y. Water-wheel 

Owen, C. N., Salem, Ohio. Door and gate spring 

Owen, D. J., Springville. Pa. A uitual-trap 

Owen, D. J., and J. G. Brj-dges, Springvillp, Pa. Broom-head 

Same Washing-machine 

Owen, F. N. (See Baker, Doney & Owen.) 
Owen. J. D. (See Duncan, S., assignor.) 

Same (See Pomoroy &, Oweu.) 

Owen, S. R.. Stewartville. Mo. Earth-boring machine 

Owen, W. S., Oskaloosa, Inwa. Reaming-machine 

Same Lining for pump-cylinders 

Owens, C. L. (See Gash &, Owens.) 

Owens. J. L., Cambria, Wis. Harvester-rake 

Owens. T. B., Gatesville, Tex. Medical compound or bitters for treating chills and fever. 

Owens. T. D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Stone-pavement 

Pacand, E. J., assignor to F. A. Jones, Schaffhauscn, Switzerland. Stem winding and 
Slotting watch 

Packard, C, Eureka, Nev., and S. Standish, Pachcco, Cal. Fly-trap 

Packard, D. H., North Bridgewater. Mass. Apparatus for molding box-toes for boots 
and shoes ^ : 

Packard, G. L., Everett. Mass. Combined refrigerator and sideboard 

Packard, I. T., Foil Wayne. Ind. Reed-organ stop-action 

Packard, R G.. Brookl vii, N. Y. Dredger 

Paddock, O., Watrrtown, N. Y. Match-box 

Paddock, S. E., Delaware, Ohio. Medical compound 

Paddon, J. B., Troy, HI. Rcwinnowiug attachment for thrashers (Reissue) . - 

Paden, S. K., Pulaski, Pa., assignor to self and R V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Nail-plate 
feeder 

Padon, J. B., Troj', HI. Rewinnowing attachment for thrashers 

Paff, J., Lawrencebnrgh, Pa. Binder for loaded wagons and sleighs 

Pagan, J., Yonkers, N. Y. Shirt-bosom 

Page, A. H., assignor by mesne assignment to the Metropolitan Washing-Machine Com- 
pany, Manchester, N. H.' Clothes- wringer (Reissue) . . 

Same ■ same (Rei-ssue).. 

Same same (Reissue) . . 

Page, A. W. (See BuHard, J. H., asBignor.) 

Page, C. Mprideu, (^onn. Adjustable car- window stop 

Page, S. N., Lamar Milln. Pa. W.ishing -machine 

Page, W. n., A. C» . (>s>r Pa^io, W. II., a.^sijinor) (Design. ; 




Nov. 

May 

May 

Mar. 

May 

Oct. 

June 



4,1873 

27,1873 
13,1873 
25. 1873 
20, 1873 
28, 1873 
3,1873 



Sept 9,1873 



May 20, 1873 

Jnnol7, 1873 
Apr. 29,1873 
Feb. 4,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 
May 6,1873 
May 6,1873 



Sept 30, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 

Dec 30,1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Dec 23, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 

• 

Oct 7, 1873 
Jan. 28,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 



May 13,1873 

Dec 2,1873 

Feb. 18,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 

Feb. 18,1873 



Sept 

Feb. 

Sept 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Feb. 

Feb. 



30,1873 
11,1873 
16, 1873 
8,1873 
29,1873 
11, 1W73 
25, 1873 



Nov. 25, 1873 
Dec 23, 18rj 
Dec. 23, 1873 

Sept 9.1873 
May 20, 18TJ 
Oct 14,1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Oct 21,1873 
May 20, 1873 
July 1.1873 
Jau. 14,1873 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Sept 2, ISIS 
June 3,1873 

Apr. 8.1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 
June 17, 1873 
July 1, 1873 

Jan. 7, 18T3 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

July 22, 1873 
Dec. 30, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 






94 

880 
409 
674 
504 

688 
62 

238 



658 

578 
940 
173 
176 
193 
193 



813 
22 

493 



188 

968 

189 
649 

152 

52 
849 
534 

655 



271 

77 

567 
60S 

643 

929 
417 
483 
310 
942 
258 
870 



727 
776 

777 

289 
660 
176 

610 
610 

494 
660 

39 
300 
252 

77 
187 

393 

735 

489 

73 

213 
214 
215 

759 
9"J0 



oil 



31 
282 
129 
224 
159 
228 

21 

78 



C206 

)207 

183 

297 

55 



279 

8 

C166 

{167 

61 
C312 
$313 

61 
213 

50 

18 
273 



222 

84 

25 

187 
191 

211 

314 
135 
165 

97 
297 

82 
280 



245 
253 
254 

95 



60 

207 
C207 
>208 

167 

207 

13 

97 

82 



60 

122 

237 

154 

26 

68 
69 



o 



4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 



3 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 



3 

4 

3 
4 



4 

3 
3 



3 

4 

3 
3 

3 

4 

3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 
4 

4 

3 
4 

4 

4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
3 



1 



486 
600 
541 
329 
562 
365 
614 

273 



574 

679 
475 
141 
371 
513 
513 



357 
382 

439 



21 

710 

21 
674 

491 

385 
116 
425 

565 



539 

591 

198 
431 

2U3 

366 
172 
303 
394 
475 

\m 

233 



572 
684 
684 

277 
574 
403 

561 
561 

439 

574 

11 

44 

41 

248 

624 



3 400 



3 
3 
4 

3 
3 



69 . 3 



25<i 
31 .J 



4 
4 



223 

671 

14 

23 
24 
24 

98 
710 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alp]iabetiotil litl of palentttt for the year 1873 — CuotiDDed. 




P»ilic. D- O.. Detroit Micb. _...,.. . 

Puine, J-C. Btoiinb*!!!, Mam. MBiintuctore of 

Psise. W. H.. amigaor of ane-hsif tnlcrbat to S. T. HbdidiiuiiI, Springfield. Mua. 



a.J,LMl)-.ni,N.y. Tlr«.«tt«- 


::::::::::::;::::::::::::::m<^^:. 


e,U.J..dat iStilA>ta.T.,i,miga<.t.} 


■If istereat to £. Uditow. FraviileiiGn. 



Paine, N.^iironl. Ubh. Ua_ 

Paliui,&W..itMlieKl«r.N.Y. Shot-cartr 
Tulntet, J. R.. ItridlDE, Pa.. aSFilEnar to Ur 

r, W., BHdgDor of one-half (ntoreat to L. R.Kelier, Ballin 

1' F,.aHlpnnrtoI.H.HaDipum«ndT.F.I*alni,ToledD.OIiin, Eare-troagb hanger 



Joly S3. IS73 
Aug. la,' IKS 



Feb^ KklH 
AUB. 5.18 



hntter-fsslenitiK... 



i"»lnier, C. R fSet HinJen. M. J., njslpior.) 

.'aimer, C. H., New York, K. Y. UacEtoo for preaaloE anil aliaplng clgar-flltera 

Palmer. C. H.. aiielEnor to (be Pamphlet.Stllcblng.Maebine Comiiany.^ew York, M. Y. 

Uacblne for iMSInit book" - 

Polnier C. H.. New York. N 7., aaatirnor to A. M. Loryea. Portland City. Onig. Water- 
Palmer, C. H.. New York, N.Y. cig»r■aoii'y/////s/^y^\\\y///.ly^y^y^y^'.v^'^'.'.' 

Same Bllnd-ilal iLaple 

Same. Bewlng-machloe 

PBlmer.C.W.aeveland.Ohlo. Bnwh 

Same Itewl-organ 

Same Portfolio 

Palmer, F. G , aaalgnor to aelt and J. J. Palmer. Pltkbureb, Pa. Vapor.bunior. 

Palmoi.F. H.Wbilefleld.N.H. Adiiwlablo aaw.gulde 

Palmer, G. & C. Morris Knn, Pa. Llfe.preserviDg cape 

Palnier,G.H.. Monmouth, III. Knapaaek 

Palmer, G. N.. aulgnor to H A. Lyon and L. R St. Jobn. Gnene, N. Y. Eudleaa^bslD 



re of paeteboard ,_ 

If one-half intereat to C. C. Skllloti, New York, N. 7. 

m. or mat <1 

, .- *. n . jp^i^j. beaHng-appaTatiiB for rangea - . - . 



Same 






coking 



iB-plpO. . 



dnetlng-labW platre 

>almer, L F., Hackenaack, ^ 



le-half Intereat to C.C.Sklllon,New Yark,N. Y. Noo-oo 

Taokle-biock (Eiienaioi) 

-T for wire. JM 

Palmer. J., CoUDDnl, N. H. Power-hammer , (Briaaut 

" ' ' ■- ' ti.Ohlo- JSprlniF. hinge 

.„.i<l.Ua«. lieanaforTor 

» Palmei, P.G.. aaalgnor.) 



ept 30.1813 A39 



J_ 


...... 


4 


I 






m 


m 


*U 




SH 


S3- 


MM 
15 




m 


1 


"'iM 
IS 




an 

313 


aso 

3H 


m 




Mia 
100 


im 


m 


> 


104 



May 13. 18 

Sov. Ill 1853 



Sept 30. ig 



T,J.W„Pana,m 
Palmer, Knox & Co. (see i 
~ 'heDa,afl^gni 



J.. Sandisfif Id. Uaaa. lieanaforTorcilie neheafromTeHela. 

J.J- tStt Palmer, P.G.. aaalgnor.) 

J. S-, Fiotidcnce. R- L Rolliog metal for Jewelry 

TaWehinge 

!Kn.,i,R.F-, aaaignor.) 

, _nor to Daria Wheel and Palmer Fork Company, New York, , 

_ _ Wbeel fur vBhiclos 

Palmer, N.1V-. New York, N.T. Clgar-diylng mold .., 

Palmlerl. H.. New York, N. Y.. aaelguor of ooe-bolr Interent W G. Monger Stadonary I 

are-pipe for bnlldlnge (Koiaooe).. i 

Palmlei^, 11., Philadelphia, Pa. RtstioDarT flre-pipe for balldinite 

Faleer.J. a, Aiken, S.C.-andG. Huwlaud, Troy. N.Y. Apparstiia for the manufacture | 

ofpaper-pulp (EileDolon) . . , 

Same. Mauufaclure of paperjiulp (Eitotialon..., . 

Kano P"innr.Iiniiof Btrawfiirpaper-plllp IETt»nillDnl..: , 

id G. Uowlanil. MechatilcaviUa,N.Y. 



Sept. : 
July I 



Paleer.J,B.,Aike 

phlel-Slitobing- Machine C 
. „.joaBt, H. B., and F. L Maul 
Panton. H.. New York. N. Y. 



w-pulp .. 



ifluUlinjer f 



..._ (SMPalmt... 

Philadelphia. Pa. Srctlonal steam'bniier. 

rreatlng tlii-ecrap aud obtaining nufu) prodncto.-. 



i.:tt#, N.,Summereeld, aeaigoor of one-half ioteroat to N. Uavia, Ida, Mich. Mi 

lultini! lealber 

r. A; New York, N. Y-.aa^gnor to Oleomargarine ManufactDiitli- CoDipany- 

^ing and aeparating fati. - ---- ---. 

Paniee,R.S..SiinDiPBo,Cal. Apparatus for tompreaaing air 

Panloe.J..n'iiniMter,Maaa. Famaoe for hpntiog Iron bBra.&c 

I Parhani.C., Philadelphia, Pa. Feedlng-mnuhanisiu for •ewlnamaehlnea 

Parliam.S.P,.N«wyork.N. Y. Compoaitton forputlfylni: illouiinaliDg-jjaB. 

I>arista,J. W.. McFariand'a, Va. Machine for dreaalng niili-lonea 

Park.A.R.,Crdnml.U,Tr-i. Turalng-latbe for wood 

1 Park, U. (5m HazclUue It Park.) 

! Park, F., DwrBi-ld, Maaa., aaalgnor to aelf, H. A, Aileil, and F. E Kerran. Ham 



136 



INDEX OF PATENTS I8STTED FROM THE 



Jlphabeiical liai of patentees for the year 1873 — ContiiHie<1. 



No. 



137,565 

138,934 

5,579 

136,858 
134,766 
142, 174 
143,635 



Name, residence, and invention. 



138, 813 
145,231 

135,147 

139,077 
14i, 720 
1.38,686 
137,091 
144,697 
140.726 
145,589 
140,069 

138,532 
142,580 

145, 748 
141, 813 

144, 126 
144. 7fe6 

5,296 



137, 795 

134, 701 
138,097 

142,268 
140.532 
135.7^ 
139,021 

137.384 
143. 298 
139.022 
145,679 
6,664 
144, 127 
138,750 
145,232 



146,092 

143,377 
144, 128 
137, 475 



140.432 
145,965 
135.007 
135, 357 
135,286 
137,953 
143,779 
142. 721 
136,454 
142, 409 
146, 017 
135.35b 
141,289 

135, 440 
139, 078 

142, 348 

135, 245 
141. 072 

139,732 

136.260 



Park, J. B., North Platte. Nebr. Windmill 

Park, J. E., La Vergne. Tenn. Manafactnre of cement 

Park, J. K., Marlboroaeh, N. Y., assignor by mesne assignment to the American Basket 

Company, New Britain, Conn. Frait-basket (Reissue) . . 

Park, L.. Brady, Pa. Window-blind 

Park. W., Norwich, Conn. Mechanical-movement 

Parke, I.. Mineral Pointy Mo. Automatic fire-escape for safes 

Parke, I. S., Virginia City, Nev. Amalgamating-pan 

Parker and Whipple Company. (See Jennings, C. S., assignor.) 
Parker. C. {See Bishop, J., assignor.) 

Same {See Dorsett, F., sr., assignor.) 

Same {See Fosket, W., assignor.) 

Same {See Gaines, L. J., assignor.) 

Same {See McGraw, G. V., assignor.) 

Same {See Parker, J., assignor.) 

Same {See Porter, H. K and T. W., assignors) (Reissue.) 

Same {8ee Ranb, J. L., assignor.) 

Parker, C, Wenona, 111. Fire-jproof roofing 

Parker, C. C. Kiddville, Mo. Lubricating device for vehicle-axles 

Parker, E. {See Spencer & Parker.) 

Parker, E.. assignor to the Russell and Erwin Manafacturing Company, New Britain, 

Conn. Knob-latch 

Parker, E., New Britain, Conn. Wire mattress 

Parker, E., Charabersburgh, Pa. Drawing-knife 

Parker, E. A., West Meriden, Conn. Ice-pitcher 

Parker, F. A., Gardner, Mass. Tilting-chair ■ 

Parker, G., Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. Middlings-purifier 

Parker, G. C, Worcester, Mass. Mode of siaiug boot-legs ■ 

Same Boot 

Parker, G. E., Newark, N. J., assignor to M. Slater, New York. N. Y. Musical wind- 
instrument 

Parker, G. W., Gardner, Mass. Speed-regulator 

Parker, G. W., assignor of one-half interest to C. L. Poorman, Beliaire, Ohia Vegetable 
cutter 




Apr. 8, 1873 
May 13, 1873 

Sept 23. 1873 
Mar. 18. 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Aug. 26. 1873 
Oct. 14,1873 



May 13, 1873 
Dec. 2,1873 



Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Mar. 

Nov. 

July 

Dec 



21, 1873 

20. 1873 

9. 1873 

6,1873 

25,1873 

18,1873 

8.1873 

16, 1873 



Parker, H., Gananoqne, Canada. Device for forming cores 

Parker. J., Pontiac, assignor of one-half interest to J. A. Hubbs, Cato, Mich. Draft- 

eoualizer 

Parker, J., assignor to C. Parker, Meriden. Conn. Shutter-fastening 

Parker, J., Pontiac, assignor of one-half interest to J. A. Hubbs, Cato, Michigan. Whiflle- 

tree 



Parker, J., and L Cook, San Francisco, Cal., said Parker assignor of one-half interest to 
S. P. Taylor. Hydraulic telescopic-platform elevator (Reissue) . . 

Parker, J. F. {See Omensetter & Parker.) 

Parker, L., Davenports Iowa. Rotary steam-engine 

Parker. O. M. {See West & Parker.) 

Parker, R. M. C, Memphis, Tenn. Car-frame 

Parker, R. R , Indianapolis, Ind. Neck-tie 

Parker, W., et cU. {See Rodier & Bates, assignors.) 

Parker. W., assignor of one-half interest to A. Corse, Rolla, Mo. Washing-machine 

Parker, W. F.. Meriden. Conn. Pigeon-trap 

Parker, W. T., Verona, Miss. Cultivator '..... 

Parker, W. W., Minneapolis, Minn. Folding-seat 

Parker, White &, Co. {See White, H. K., assignor.) 

Parkhurst, A. G.. Appleton, Wis. Mactiine (or cutting hoops 

Parkhnrst, D. L., San Francisco, Cal. Mechanical key and sounder for telegraphs 

Parkhurst, J. H., Saint Louis, Mo. Thill-coupling 

Parkinson, J. C, Vineland, N. J. Medical inhaler 

Parks, J. W., assignor to T. Dolan & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Stocking fabric . . (Design) . . 

Parkman. H.. Philadelphia, Pa. Hoe 

Parlow, D., Philadelphia, Pa. Medical compound or blood-purifier 

Parmalee, H. C, and S. M. Johns, assignors of one-third interest to C. D. Ererett, Cleve- 
land, Ohia Spatk-arrester 

Parmelee, A. A. {See Parraelee, W. J., assignor.) 

Parmelee, D. D., New York, asuignor to C. Runyon, Yonkers, and F. Robinson, New 
York, N. Y. Working scrap-iron or other metals into ingots 

Parmelee, L., assignor to self and M. Hine, New Haven, Conn. Drill-chuck 

Same Chuck , 

Parmelee, W. J., assignor to A. A. Parmelee, Fort Plain, N. Y. Manufacture of carriage 
axle-boxes 

Parmenter, Z.. et al {See Howard, A. F., assignor.) 

Parmentier, B., Clifton, IlL Corn-planter 

Parmit«r, B., and W. Bradley, Morgau County, Ohio. Vehicle 

Parr, F. C. G., Carter's Creek Station, Tenn. Sawing-machine 

Parr.S.E., Smithville, 111. Gang-plow 

Parry, J., Manchester, Great Britain. Fnmitnre-caster 

Parsell, 1)., Saundersfoot, Wales. Steam-generator 

Parsons, N. J., (]!ortland. N. Y. Wasliiug-maohine 

Parsons, W., assignor of one-half interest to W. B. Brown, Palmyra, N. Y. Buckle 

Same Check -loop for harness ' 

Parsons, W. W., Stanstead, Canada. Fire-escape ladder 

Same Saw-filing machine , 

Partello, C, Watertown, N. Y. Sash-holder 

Partridge, A., Springfield, Mass. Wrench 

Partridge, A. H. (5iM Baloom, H., assignor.) 

Partridge, B. F., Syracuse, N. Y. Cupboard and extension-table combined 

Parts, A. F. W.. Oakland, Cal. Manufacture of sugar 

Parvis, A. {See Davidseu &. Parvis.) 

Pass4, E., Fort Wayne, Ind. Universal Joiner 

PasRoz, A. L. {See Wilkinson, Passoz. Lafa^^gue & Datrich.) 

Pasteur, L., Paris. France. Brewing beer and ale 

Same Manufacture of beer and yeast 

Patchen. RM. (fi^«Colvin & Patchen.) 

Paterson, G.. Wayuesborou gh, Ga» Cotton-planter 

Paton. T. C. M. (See Root, J, B., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Patric, C. E., Springfield, Oliio. Grain-drill 



June 17, 1873 
May 6,1873 

Sept 9,1873 
Deo. 23, 1873 

Aug. 12, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 

Feb. 25, 1873 

Apr. 15, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Apr: 22, 1873 

Aug. 26, 1873 
July 1,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
May 20, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



ta 



Apr. 

Sept 

May 

Dec. 

May 

Oct 

May 



1,1873 
30.1873 
20,1873 
16, 1873 
20,1873 
28,1873 
13,1873 



Dec. 2,1873 



Dec. 30, 1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
Oct 28,lgr?3 

Apr. 1,1873 



July 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Apr. 

Oct 

Sept 

Mar. 

Sept 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Julv 



1,1873 

.30, 1873 

21, 1873 

28, 1873 

28,1873 

15, 1873 

21,1873 

9,1873 

4.1673 

2,1873 

30, 1873 

28, 1873 

29,1873 



Feb. 4, 1873 
May 20, 1873 

Sept 2,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 
July 22, 1873 

June 10,1873 

Feb, 25, 18T? 



(A 

266 
412 

782 
4b2 
254 
714 
218 



319 
174 



597 
560 
353 
194 
675 
459 
339 
502 

578 
50 

239 
650 

369 
689 

531 

892 

479 

190 

758 

792 
162 
315 
505 

92 
857 
506 
578 



690 
272 

175 



Official 
Gazette. 



82 



269 
153 

83 
236 

73 



98 
60 



175 
119 
61 
224 
155 
115 
165 

183 
17 

78 
213 

121 

238 

181 

287 

150 

62 
241 

261 

55 

100 

159 

30 
293 
159 
190 



299 



60 



o 



3 
3 

4 

3 
3 
4 
4 



971 


1 
314 


930 


315 


690 


229 


177 


56 


74 


26 


862 


280 


481 


154 


806 


260 


742 


239 


610 


192 


373 


123 


353 


119 


86 


29 


78 


25 


906 


293 


807 


260 


8o7 


291 


44 


13 


560 




2:) 


8,9 


710 


227 


671 


225 


27C 


86 


804 


2<]1 



3 
4 



3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
3 

4 

4 

4 
4 

4 

3 



3 
3 

4 

4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 



4 
4 

4 



4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
3 



3 
4 

3 

3 






390 
541 

338 
301 
41 
220 
407 



5.34 
599 



83 

566 
282 
513 
329 
538 
47 
650 

679 
501 

273 

674 

173 
465 

544 

235 

420 

22 
453 

226 

21 

164 

562 

364 
36U 
562 
656 
585 
465 
529 

599 



710 
366 
465 

371 

14 
701 

74 
112 
107 
431 
429 
282 
252 
248 
705 
112 
116 

131 
566 

244 

105 
91 

647 

223 



UMITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
Alfhahetieal lUto/pateittee»/br Iht year 1B73— Continned. 



rd 


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Offlc 


1 


i 


5 








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9tH 


88 
S39 
























UB 





1«t,970 
140.788 



140.133 

135, H» 
137.386 



139, 419 
13>,tt0 

114,861 



>ted pipe (or 

MMnrey, B, i;. i_- 

, ,..oL (SMPattBe., , „ 

Patlea, J. H., iHlnor toaell, B. H. PaUee,uiil 1. 1-. Plllibiiry. Uoumoath, m CulMntsr. 

PmHBe.L.C., I*b»non,lf. H, Cirrulm-MK mill (IW»ne).. 

PBttan, O. M., Anbiirn, H. Y. A^mtublo jtminwheel for harvegter-plktfbnna 

Pitten, T. B, West Anie«burj. Mm*. Csrriaie 

PBtteriKiD, A. J.. Geneeeo, ustgnor of one-tulC lDt«reBt (a K W. OBbonie, Roebeeter, K. T. 

P»tMr»oii,C, PhiWelphia^Pt" VBlVuiRrstoplier'fu^ 

Patterson, E.C.,Rocheiiter,N.Y, Boi 

Same Clgar-boi 

PatteiwD.J, <iS« LipplDCDtt & PatleiwD.) 

Same IDeelgn.) 

Pattemn, J., auignor to U, Lipplucott k Co.. Philadelphia, Pa. Dran-&Dcet fin noda. 

P»tt6r(M.?:^lfBBl,'irelVni''MaeUnery>Mi»oV»^^^ 

Patlereon, J.,Jr.,Haii)(or.Mo. Biidle-bllnil. 

Patunon, J. H..«CaI. (Ste Hetliuger, A.,aHl|Tnur.) 

Palterno, I.., aealKOor to self and J. Cooper, Parker City, Pa. Briok*m>cbinfl 

Putteiwu, N. A.. AtbvDB, uwjgsor U »lt, IS. F.aodL. K. Millor, RlieatoHU.TeiiD. S<:rev. 

Patterson, N. A.. ClevsUnd, TciiD. Screw 'propeller 

Patterson. S.and S., NevcastJe-iipon-Tyne.EnEluic!. GrlndLng-niill 

PatleiBon, It H.,HammenDillh, Iceland. Uanufaoture of gas 

Fatlersop, B. (S« ratlorson.Kaod S.I 

Patterwo. S. B., aHlRDor 1« rblUipsburgli Stave Works, Pfallllpaburgh, N. J. Heatlni- 



Deo. 3».1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Oct a8,iB7a 



Ang. 96,1873 
Got 14,1873 
Apr. 8,1873 



1 


60 


4 


^1 




4 








TO 


(861 


\* 








SB7 




a 



Patterson, W. (5k Planck, J., assignor.) 
PMtet«oii, W., Oomnl« N. Y. Slore-plpe sbelf.-. 
FBtlerson,W.L...I«t. («h Wynn, C, usiguor.) 
Pstterwin.W.K.,C)iicscu, la Lubricator fur stei 
I-.. W.W., Crawford 8prlnra,Va. Self-we 



g. 86,1873 TO4 



..™.„J. D., iroTotton, Pt „— .=l^.. 

PatlOB.B.. Chatawnrth.llL Corn-harvester 

Patton,'K'. H..l.)iiklaDi),Ciil., RoUllngblankel'Slutoesfor WBsh:ngore 

Paul, A. (dM Jordan A; Paul.) 

Paul, A., assignor of one-hair Interest to Campbell & Clate, Cohoes, K T. Self-acting 

sp^ninir.mule .-... .---....-. 

Pilnl. A., Cohi)o».H, Y. SolfaeUnnspinninB-jack 

Paul, B. B. (I at. (AH Gray, I. N. B., uslgnor.) 

Paul. F.J„Cinciunatl, Ohio. Hydrant 

Paol, J. A.; aaslgooi of one half [ntei«atUi A. R Brumbaugh, Huntingdon. Pa. Uall-bag 

Paul p"pfB™kiyn,KTrahoe-'uii: 



Panll, A. W.. ■Wheeling, W.Va. Process of preuilng iratl-papar 

Piivonariaii.g..andC.C.Michtls, Philadelphia. Pa. ^h.trap 

Pawlevskl. K., and J. Sobuli. MllnaHke«,%is. Uedical com pound or ejvWB 
Payn, B^ Albany, N.T. Coloringand coring lebacoD-sMms (, 



Paynft S. P.. assignor to Cay lord ManaGtotnrlDK Company. Chlcopee, MM*. Reci*l«rh>T 
" ° J., cii'ariion.Engiaa'i'piastlV -----' - 



i'ayoo, W. H., andlLIniboCLoekportN.Y. Clauip 

Payne, W. L., assignor of ono-balf Interest to J. G. Searle. Topeka, lUos. Well-anger. - 
F'*ynler, N. W., Baltlmoro, Md. Siphon 



n,J. O., roiborongh. Ml 
iyiant,Q., Chlcuo,UL Tab 
eabody.D. (Sm Care; 



Peabody, J.. Bangor, H 



■Hi windo' ,._ 



iverting Mclllatlng into nlary 



Peace,J., HeRhantTil1e,and W.P.Co>,Cunden.K,J. Sonw-eatUng machine 
Peam, J., uslgDor to U. Stevens, llnH>klyn,N-T. Machine Ibr bending ' 

PMWi,J., Ne»*York,N,Y, Seat ; - 

Pearl. J., UwreBCBTtlle. N, Y. Milk-cooler 

Pearl,J.C.,Mendol*IlL Wheel-plon 

Peanali.H. W., Emporia. Kana Table 

FearM, J.B., Swatiin Toirnsblp.Pa. CupoUfnmaoe 

Pear>on,J,. SacramenUt.CHl. Waler-Sller 

Punon,S. {^leSlDsaet &.Feanou) 

PeiuwD,3^CliiclDnsIJ.0hia,'BH<lguor to E.G. Gory. Bed-bottom 

Pearsons, G. W., Odgeusburgh, NrY. Stand-pipe for water-votk* 

Peartroe, P-, assignor to J. Auies, Lanslngburgh. N. Y. Hachlue fur 



«, F.B.,OnUrio Ceuler.N.Y. Anger- 
e, H., Dayton, Ohio. Sleamgenerauir 
e. J.. SHlgTiDr to self, W. O. Bell, and S. 
«, J. A., diuton, Mass. Lamp 



Tryon. WeMfield. Mass, Weatber-gnard - - . 



Pease, a W. (Set Beojamln, E., as^gnor.) 
Peulee, B.r.,itaL iSt Toang, C. H^ aaelgnar.) 
Feadsa, H. A., <( oL (Sh Hclntyre, T. K., assignor.) 



July 15. 1873 


w 


136 




195 

484 


69 
345 


'A IS 

Apr. «, 1873 
Aug. »«. 1873 


140 

795 


46 
963 
901 


Jan. M,I873 
Apr- 1,1813 


K 


« 


Apr. 1,1673 


177 


B6 


July l.l»n 

ill 

Oct Hisra 


BID 

li 

»5« 


sa 


881 


989 

)H3 


No*. 35, 1B73 
M»T •;iB73 
Sept 18, 1873 
Septa3,IB73 
FaV 18, IBM 


196 
549 


106 

'iei' 

356 
106 


Jnly 1,1873 

Apr. sa, isra 


183 
(03 


364 


Apr. 8. 1873 


400 


133 


Jan- sa. 1873 

July », isn 
Apr. aa, 1873 

Oct SI, 1873 

Apr. SB, 1973 
Apr. sa. 1873 


839 
000 

415 


339 

913 

304 

999 


Sept 9,1873 


354 


tS 


Oct 14,1873 
Oct 14.1873 


3«8 
994 


109 


ssrs 

Itee, a3:i873 
Apr. SB, I8T3 
U^y 13. 1873 
Oct' 118,1873 


i,ooa 

838 

oes 


36 

364 
8S8 



138 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continaed. 



Xo. 



136.859 
144. 131 
145,896 

135. 441 
142,723 
137,477 
145, 307 

143, 780 



13R,186 
i:W,518 
141.377 
140, 158 

143,637 

141. 515 
6,692 

141,663 

137,621 

144,629 
141, 166 

143. 378 
142,646 

142, 647 
138,276 

138.277 
138, 278 



136.860 
144.630 
VM, 861 
141,378 
5,339 

136,862 
141,290 
144, 787 
136,538 
139, 914 

138. 576 
137,860 

135.580 
143,996 

138.689 
136, 176 
144,562 
142, 581 



144,563 
137,954 
139, 809 
143, 379 
i:*8, 815 
138, 577 

136,004 

145.234 
137,092 
145, 897 
liri, 566 
141,074 
145, 524 

143,380 

138,690 
135. 151 
138, 578 
143, 781 

143, 782 

144. 631 

144, 632 
144,633 
141,946 

145, 698 

137, 478 
138,579 , 



Xame, fesidence, and invention. 



De- 



Pea8lp^, T. J., Boftton. Moah. Attachment for sewiog-maclilnca 

Peattield, S.. Ipswich, ManH. Niit-lock 

Peavey, A. J., and F. B. Cotton, BoHton. MaM., said Peavey asaiguor to said Cotton. 

vice for holding and carryine uipe-fltting chncks 

Peavey, H., assignor of one-halt' interest to M. Schwartz, Bangor, Me. Bhinglemachine. . 

Peck, C, assignor to M. and C. Peck, New Haven, Conn. Drop-hammer litter 

Peck, C. O.. Pi ttsfield, Mam. Refrigerator 

Peck, C. O., Pittsfleld, Mass., assignor to W. Lester. South Hadley, Mass. Corpse-pre- 



server. 



Date. 



Peck, G. E., Du Quoin, IlL Card and ticket printingpress 

Peck, J. C. (Se* Teachout, S. T., assignor.) 

Peck, M. (Sef Pc*ck. C. assignor.) 

Peck, Stow Si Wilcox Conipany. (S^e Smith. H.. assignor.) 

Peck, W., assignor to D. S. Pendeld, Kockford, UL Windmill 

Peck, W., and H. C. Richman, Lombard, IlL Railway-tie 

Peck, W. I., Carthage, N. Y. Carriage-top 

Pockham, £., Antwerp, N. Y. Apparatus for treating ore and man u Picturing iron and 

steel 

Same Manufacture of iron and steel 

Peckham, J. {Se£ Otis, E., assignor.) 

Peckham, W., Middletown, R. L Railway-rail 

Peckover. J., Cincinnati. Ohia Cooking-stove (Design) . 

Pedden, T., Middletown, Conn. Bobbin-winder for sewing-machines 

Pedder, J. (See Bolton & Pedder.) 

Pedder. J., and ir. Al>e1, Pittsburgh. Pa« Manufacture of iron and steel 

Pedrick, R. C. (See Stanton & Pedrick.) 

Pedrick, W. H.. Richmond, Ind. Cotton-harvester 

Peek. D. T.. New York, N. Y. Brake for preventing retrograde movement in sewing 

and other machinery 

Peel, L. G., Hazlehurst, Miss. Vehicle- wheel 

Peer. J. A., Grass Valley. CaL Ore-concentrator 

SamO Ore- washer 

Peet, S. J., assignor to tlie Peet Valve Company, Boston. Mass. Apparatus for sepa- 
rating met«ls r 

Same Screw and nut 

Same Screw-rod 

Peet Valve Company. {See Peet. S. J., assignor.) 
Pegram. W. M. (See Browne Si. Pegiam.) 

Peirce, C. E., Centreville. Mich. Potato and peanut digger 

Peirce. H. L.. Taunton, Mass. Process of repairing spinning-rings 

Pelliam, A., assignor to self and R. Haines, PI vmouth. Mich. D(Kir-l>olt 

Pelham. A., aMsignor to self, L. C. Hall, and S. U. Fairman, Plymouth, Mich. Fire-escape 
Pelham, I., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to E. Andrewa Attaching handles to cross-cut saws. 

(Reissue) 

Pelletier, A., Washington, D. C. Composition for artificial stone, tiles, pavement«, &.c — 

Pelonbet, E. W.. Newark, N. J. Car-^ouuling 

Pelton. J. B.. Mount Pleasant. Md. Car-orake 

Peltz. E.. New York, N. Y. Neck-tie sui>portcr 

Penil>er, J. R., Randolph, Vt Type-writing machine 

Pemberton, E. L.. et at (See Underwood. JVB., assignor.) 

Pendell, J. R., Drvdon. N. Y. Wash-boiler 

Pender. D. O.. Palmyra, Mich. Car-coupling 

Pendergrast, M.. et aL (See Siner. J. B.. a.HMignor.) 

Penfield, C, New Britain, Conn. Iknl-bottora 

Penfield. C. W.. New Britain, assignor to J. P. Connell, Kensington, Conn. Door-gong. . . 
Penfield, D. a (See Peck. W.. a««ignor.) 

Penfield. F. C, West Meriden, Conn. Printing-press 

Pengelly, T. N., Detroit. Mich. Car-coupling 

P**nington, A., jr., Bn*nliam. Tex. Cotton and com planter 

Penisten, G., sr.. Buchanan, assignor to J. M. Penisten, Schoolcy's Station, Ohio. Re- 
volving horse-rake 

Penisten, J. M. (See Penisten, G.. sr., assignor.) 

Penley, S. H., Ch<>lsea, Mass. Rattan-ware 

Penn, M. A ., Washington, D. C. Clasp for harness 

Penn, P., Cleveland, Ohio. Spring for vehicles , 

Pennepacker, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Portable burglar alarm 

Penney. I. L., Minneapolis. Minn. Lock-cutting machine 

Penniston, G. W., North Vernon, Ind. Loading railway fiat-cars 

Pennock, A. J., and T. A. Chandler, Rockford, HL Device for cutting pipe, &c 

Pennock, J. L.. Coatesville, Pa. Crane 

Pennock, S.. Kennett's Square, Pa. Power-hammer 

Pentlarge, R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Making bungs for casks, &c 

Percy, E. R., Lawrence, Kans. Fire-proof and water-proof roofing 

Same Water-wheel 

Pereau, W. E., Oakland. Cal. Bit-brace , 

Per<"gov, N. W. (See Gorman Sc Peregoy.) 

Pen^z. F.. Havana, Cuba. Cultivator , 

Perez. J. B. (See Carlwnel. M., assignor.) 

Perkins, C. E., Malone, N. Y. Piston-packing 

Perkins, C. H.. Providence. R I. Bana-pulley 

Same Traction- whwl 

Perkins, C. H., assizor to The Rhode Island Horseshoes Company, Providenci% R. I. 

Horseshoe-machine 

Same same 

Perkins, C. H., Providence, R. I. Rolling-mill 

Same Guide for rolling-mills 

Same Guide for rolling-mills 

Perkins, E. L., J. H. Moulton, and C. E. Saw3 er, Boston, Mass. Steam-trap 

Perkins, F. (See Barry & Perkins.) 

Perkins, G. H., assignor to self and Atlantic Refining Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Oil- 
can nozzle 

Perkins, H. H„ Osceola, HI. Cultivator 

Perkins, J., Danielsonvillc, Conn. Window 



Mar. 18, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

Dec 23,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 
Sept, 9,1873 
Apr. 1,1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 
Oct 21,1873 



Monthly 
Tolumei. 



Apr. 22, 
June 3, 
July 29, 

June 24, 
Oct 14, 

Aug. 5, 
May 27, 
Aug. 12, 

, Apr. 8, 

Nov. 18, 

July 22, 
Sept 30, 
Sept 9, 
Sept 9, 

Apr. 29, 
Apr. 29, 
Apr. 29, 



Mar. 18, 
Nov. 18, 
Mar. 18, 
July 29, 

Mar. 25, 
Mar. 18, 
July 29, 
Nov. 18, 
Mar. 4. 
June 17, 

May 6, 
Apr. 15, 

Feb. 4. 
Oct 28, 

May 6, 
Feb. 25, 
Nov. 11, 

Sept 9, 

Nov. 11, 
Apr. 15, 
June 10, 
Sept 30, 
May 13, 
May 6, 

Feb. 18, 

Dec. 2, 
Mar. 25, 
Dec. 23, 
Apr. 8, 
July 22, 
Dec. 16, 

Sept 30, 

May 6, 
Jan. 21, 
May 6, 

Oct 21, 
Oct 21. 
Nov. 18, 
Nov. 18, 
Nov. 18, 
Aug. 19, 



Deo. 23, 
Apr. 1, 
May 6, 



873 
873 
873 

873 
873 

873 
873 
873 

873 

873 

873 

8TJ 
873 
873 

873 
873 
873 



873 
873 
873 
873 

873 
873 
873 
873 
8TJ 
873 

873 
8TJ 

873 
873 

873 
873 
873 

873 

873 
873 
873 

8rj 

873 
873 

873 

873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 

873 

873 

8rj 

8T3 

873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 



373 
873 
873 






469 
693 

777 

45 

355 

178 

245 
373 



P 



153 
330 

854 
14 

120 
56 

82 
C123 

ns4 



Official 
Gazette. 



o 
> 



\ 



3 
4 

4 

3 
4 
3 

4 
4 



837 


265 


64 


22 


976 


317 


675 


312 


219 




93 


39 


239 


75 


312 


97 


401 


134 


760 


250 


931 


315 


291 


96 


292 


96 


942 


297 


943 


298 


944 


398 


463 


154 


403 


135 


463 


154 


977 


317 


850 


978 


464 




889 


991 


532 


181 


169 


54 


447 


139 


98 


31 


535 


166 


178 


56 


581 


193 


197 


62 


TM 


337 


337 


114 


340 


78 


338 


114 


612 


193 


347 


107 


932 


316 


321 


99 


98 


31 


568 


C187 

il88 


176 


61 


675 


334 


779 


255 


267 




674 


226 


447 


146 


933 


316 


198 


62 


600 


195 


99 


32 


374 


134 


375 


134 


402 


135 


403 


135 


404 


136 


496 


164 


780 


355 


179 


57 


100 


33 



I 

.101 
465 

684 
131 
282 
372 

617 
429 






3 


458 


3 


614 


4 


183 


3 


695 


4 


407 


4 


143 


3 


.■>86 


4 


162 


3 


394 


4 


534 


4 


98 


4 


366 


4 


277 


4 


277 


3 


475 


3 


475 


3 


475 


3 


301 


4 


534 


3 


301 


4 


123 


3 


343 


3 


301 


4 


116 


4 


545 


3 


259 


3 


668 


3 


f05 


3 


425 


3 


141 


4 


456 


3 


513 


3 


233 


4 


517 


4 


273 


4 


517 


3 


431 


3 


652 


4 


366 


3 


534 


3 


506 


3 


198 


4 


599 


3 


399 


4 


684 


3 


990 


4 


91 


4 


645 


4 


966 


3 


513 


3 


83 


3 


506 


4 


429 


4 


429 


4 


534 


4 


534 


4 


534 


4 


192 


4 


684 


3 


373 


3 


506 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1878, 
AlpkabeHcal lUl ^ pataiUel far the y*ir 18T3— Continued. 



Kims, ruideuM, and Id 



Perkloa. L., Loadon, Eoftuid. Traction-engine 

■ ■ Loeomotive. porUblf , and otber sMato euginoi 

Porkin«.M.H.,PoHsnioatli,K.H. . BuibUt-^Imih 

..Steeiing-ippaiatm 

..Railway-raB 

Perkiii*O.NV«»»lKnortoRMl'Bri'CoVMeria«n!coour" 

PBrkiDB,RB.. Almond, N.T. Bhiiikliiitar 

Perkiu.B. W., Woat MeiidsD. aaaignor to Klf and J. E. Holniin, Walltnj^ord. Conn. 
Work-holder (Design).. 

Perkin*. S.'il.ruHiifniDr to'KU~ud'TVj.'HaTTiMii."Grm'nTniv, M^^ 

Perkina. T. G.. CliioftKO, in! RnfflorVoraeirloK-mMhinea , 

Perkllu.W, H..aa*lEDortoE.MiI1er&Cn..Meiidflii. Conn. Lamn^tand (Dealgn).. 

PaiTln, A.. Uaiiae City. Ulch. AdjnaUble templet fer abins' Fi 



Perrin. C. H., New York, ai 



US. 009 
1I!,955 

Ha,TS4 
135.839 



1»,I8T 
143, K7 



S. £. Tompkina. ^ng Sing, S. Y. Cbeck.reln 



PeiliD.D,, UcGifpir, Iowa. CuCt«r fur longnloK 
Perrin, E. W.. Portlanil. Ores., afalgnor of ene-h] 

Coonty.Cal Table-leaf auppnrt. 

Perrin, £. IT., Portland. Oreg. Wood pavement... 
Pen-In, A. T.,C1iBrleMowB, aaai^nor [o J.Hltcbci 

altaobment for srwlDg-machlDes 

Perry, A- J. {flM Wilson A Pen-i 1 
Perry, RF. (SwMyer. 
Perry. F.W. {Sm'^— ' 
"—j,a..uiA3.V 



ind groovlD^ lamber - 



r. K WeWon, Solan 



PetTj.J.O..KiBg»ton RL Meat-eotter (Eilenalon 

Same Sent for barveaten. &c 



Feed-organ re»d . . 



y, J, S., Albany, N- Y. Itase.bu ruing fire.placo beater 

I ^'.B. (*«Eft«terly. J..aiwiKnor> (Beiaaoe.) 

> >., Kewport, !J, Y. Combined take and tedder 

V . W. ISm Evans & Perrv.) 

^ ^r-G-. Uancheeter, N.&. Spiudle fer BplnDlns-raacblDea 



Peteler, ¥., BloomlDgtoD, Minn. Dnmpi 
P8tBlBr,L-H., NewBrigbion.JI.Y. Kai 
Peteni,Q.E. (SM Pple™.G.T.i Q.E.) 
„..._ „ ... . ^ ~ . . cilj.'N.J. 



yoahipl'Pa. Leyel 



Petera.J. W, C. (Sm WblWleaoy 4 Polera.) 

Pelera, J. W. C, Chicago, IIL Woven .wire hbrio 

Pe(«ni.T.J. (SuSmRb.J. E., aaaicnor.) 

Potoraeo.C, J. C, Port Cheater, S.Y. Can-opimer. 

Pecersen. K., and K. Roeaidier. Mempbia, Tenn- Moaqnilonet 



n,T,E..CepenbaseD, Denmark. Compound for; 



PeteraoD, C.J. (.!>«Shipp, Pet«win &McLiird-) 

PelerKtn,C.J-,BreTard Elation. N.C Machine for upsetting tirea. 

Peleraon, J. G., Morganlewn. N. C. Printlng-prMn 

Petlee, F. W., aadgnnr of one-taalf lntei«n to \V. P. Welcb and A, Cbipman, Boaton. 

Mau. Uefallio packing for^[nn-rvds,&c 

Petlee,8.E..Belblehem. Pa. Envelope lExMngiaii). 

PetleDgill, C, B.. Eebron, aaaignor of one-lulf iDleroat to F. C- Uerrlll, Sooth Farla, Me. 

Bairel-headBr 

Petlengill, C. B., Eebron, Ue. Sadiron holder and lid Itfler 

Petlengiil, D. \Sti Storges.G., aa^gnor.) 

Same (Sri SInrgea, G. A., aaalgnor.) 

Petter, G. W., el aL ISce Uawaon, A. It H. T-, aaaignora.) 
Pettie,J.6- |S<c Cnlver, J. CBsaigDor.) 

Pettit. H., aaalgnor of one-balf intereat to J. M. Wilaon. I'biiadelphia. Pa. Bridge 

Pevev. A.. PortlMid, Me. ProceM for preparing iron chlpa. dU-, for remelling 

Pevfy.C. K., Woreenter, Maaa. Coverlet 

&ame -Walking -cane -.-......-.... 

Plko. J.L..Jr.. Qnincy, in. Cooking-nuiGe 

PfeaBtknni.C.LF„and W.Anirt.Slanchoat«r,K. H. Loomahuttle. 

PHsterer, P, D. {Stt Connor & PflMerer.) 

Pfleeger, G..l)BwHeld. N-Y. Fire-esoaiw luddor 

PBook, A. R.,PbilftdBlpbia,Pa. Appatatna for packing «nnff 

PRind,A.,NBwTork,>).V. Compoond forhyifrauiicuemeut 

Same!ll!!!lco.elevatingtrBOk"'.'.;i!!'.!!."!*.l^!.'.'"''!.'.'*-!-."!l!M"!"!;."!!".'.';'.i 
Same Hot-air fumaoo - 

Pharo.E. A., Philadelphia. Pa. Packing-'aiie 

Pbelan, G.E., New York, N.Y. Bllliaiil-Utile cnakion 

Phelao. J. {8tt Keecb. L. P., aaalgnor.) 

Pbelpa, A. iX.,tlal {Sa Arey, R.. aa>ignor.! 



. . Prin tlng-lBlpgraph . . . 



Pbeip^'Lu![piiiia7«'i'phla,Pa."'B<^flnlngir 



'blUdeTf 



Sept. 23, 
Doc 16, 



May J3, 

Mar. II, 
May «, 



Monthly 


Offl 


It 


1 


-a 


rl 


es9 


CS14 


\* 


386 


4« 


}}« 




645 


8M 
45 


"^i 




4S1 


z 


i 




4H5 


iw 


""'ia" 




•Ifi 


m 


60 




403 


5TB 


1B3 


an 


3TO 


131 




^ 


450 


141 




T«5 


«7T 


ai3 




695 


51 


17 




501 


443 


5« 


300 


ass 


83,84 




41 


no 


54 




Wi 


BOS 


i»5 




3.T9 


613 


i 




sea 


S 


398 




476 


5SB 


ai3 




695 


^ 


'ao 




253 


66 


30 




160 


S 


8a.83 




S 


'S 


13 




» 


e«i 


IS 




430 


9« 


^ 




3P5 


5nl 
153 

904 


51 


\\ 


£ 


& 


i 

190 


486 



140 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED PBOM THE 
A^lmiiliMl IM of paUm.UM}vr 0* s*» 187S-Coutioned. 



J.U,. 

ilpbiit ArcbilecturtillniD Conipui^. ^[Sa Btud. C. P.. aMigni 



PMh 3. U 

PhllaSrlpbi 

Phikdelphln Gu-HMblDe Compuiy. . 

Same tS- Jndd & Pionon, iwiLniu..^, 

PMlbnwk.J. W.,AV«itRoibury, UuH. tilua bat 
"" ■ ' • ' a»nt^ ' 



Birtlett Crosu SUtloa, Vn. Cu- I 

™a.c." 

Juild&Doty.u 



...(D«.lKn).. 
(Eitonaton). 
.-.(KelWDel.J 



■liiliit', '.V IL llriK.klvi,, N, V !.■ ■ ..ivliiK fire-am 
■'1,1111pp. W.K. (SMae<r»ll.'i.,n-..i.Hor.) 

i'imiiiwic.'A„(;iiiMwo,m. ji.i-"ii! I'.id 

rhillip8,C.a,Now York, nod I.. ]:■ ,d, Brooklyn, 

tJlllk of mBfCDfldlA . 



JFeb. 11,1873 
. F«b. 11,1873 



■ T. Uedlokl compaund called the I 



.Hips, C. E 



. Kid<l, 



bvilrateor milk of muniBalu •• 

r'liilllp«.K,F. lSaSt*£lLl'\u\\H't.i 
rMllilw.G.,Blddoford, Mf. QiiUliiia Tf 
l'lill11|iii.G..AUKn«to,Me. EnuniumiH 
l'li!ilTp.,O.H..Tp^rii.y. Cdoklug-rt 
DiUUpB, B. ¥,. BHlonnr M SbeldoD &, d 
'"'lllpi, H. S , aufgnor bi wlf wd B. Bl 
Uip«,J, M. {Sr* Lone, P.aniEBDrO 
.^„. « « ,cr,. u — .„_ t Pbmtp*, 



« C. B 



Phillip^ Hew Twk, N. T. Uakioi 



J Apr. 9>, 1873 

.! July as^ 1873 

. Sept 3,1873 
. arpt.M.1873 



I3t,«16 

138. in 



138.188 
i:)8,l8S 

1*3, isa 



r-, , JiFtank.J.n.i 

hilliiiB. T„ wd J. OollctL LMvt»Ki,rth,K«iiii. 1 
WlUp». W. T. (SitClQOKb, C, v.. !ii-lg 







90S 


«8 ' 

ise 


7IS 


136 


Wl 


107 


7ai 




TB 


36 


1150 
ISO 
7S4 


381 

as 


181 


' 



I'lillllpibiirsliStiJYO WorCa (."if, I'ltlerHm, S. B„ ai«il|tror,l ' 

PliinpB,n,G.. NewBttvpii.riiiin. VjlvetOrwaUr-pipF* 

PtilpuB.J..w>t>l)!iiarIuUuik'ulK>ij:<>', U.,&C»..PbiUdelplilii.Pa. TriniuilnK..(I>e^ii).. 

Bune Mme. {DesIgD)..! 

Same Nnbia (Uertgn)..' 



» 3, 1873 ' 1 3 I 



..Knitfring 

, Poqoonook. 

1I.A.C. {£m PaeDam,D..i 



k, 111. Bul«lri|ilaU< for 



oket^l,W. 



PIckblL'O. G., Elngilandjuid W. Hopklna, laUnnan, uaij^on to hI 
J. L. SampHOD, LcmdoD, England. SteBiD-fiyllDiriT aad putoQ-valve 
Piedn, H.. WUIiamBbiirch. nTy. PapBr-feaaiiiK macblpB 



. Ua; 13.1873, 381 . sg 

Juar. 11.1873 1M7 83 I 3 : 

. Apr. aa, 1873 I (138 7Ki\ 3 . 

-' May 37,1873 | TS6 SM I " 

.' •Soy. 18, 1873 ' S3i | 181 I 



iT'i-UD,nci..HDW u«uiwiu.inBBB.,uiu ju. It. A ic, i;*,. VoodnUlck, U. Y. 

ina dnlo-ulpo* .- 

Hf rce. a S., New Bedford, Uaea., and M. B. Pierce. Nbw York. N. Y. Uaui 

poronaware " 

Ftenw, C, aaalfpior t 
Pierce, C. D., Lawrei 
P1enw.C.H.,e(iiJ 1 
Plet»,C.L„Nfttiek 



(K.lei 



L EarthaDEer 

v,R,0..a»!gnor.) 



e, Portland, Ulch. Ifortar-mlxe 



winiR. i 



Pleree, D,, WaidiiDKlfo, D. C, aulnior to J. W. Wl 
Pleroe, E., tt ai. ISh HaiDDiaDd, JTe., Malgnor.) 
Pierce, E. N., M ol. (^M fiutlon, G. B., ualgnnr.) 

Same (:SHHaatlDga.aS.,jT„aHlKDor.) 

Pieroe. £. P., Boaton, Maaa. HaebiDe for eklvInH and featlMr^dglnit 
Fteme. E. 8. Hut/ord, and I. A. Ayrea, Grolou, aulgnora to Natioiu 

Hartford, Conn. Machine for alotting headi of acreira 

Pierce, G.. Beaton, Maaa. Maebine for preoslDg elKarbiiaclMi 

Pieroe. J. D^ Columbia, Mo. Iron brldgr 



Pimoe.J.'w! (*» Townaend, W., aaaipior.) 

Pieroe. M.B. (jto Pieroe, RB. and MR.) 

Plerce,R,v. (jlnPaden, S.K., aaslKnor.) 

Pier»n A HorsbooM. (AiEaUaoii, W.R„u<lgnor,) 

Pieraon. C. H. (jM Judd A Pieraon.) 

Piemu. D., J. W. Uacy, and J. D. Hoore, Qrinnell, Iowa. Ceraplanter 









tsas 


s 


m 


s..pt.acMra 


1 


MS 

MS 

a» 


s.,1. lira 


in 


!, 


Jin. H. isn 
Aug. 5,l8n 


ass 


a 



ooklyn, H. Y. Flree 



le ladder.. 



Plhe,D..Baiiniorof one-half inlen4tIoC.Satteriy.IfewOr1eana.La. BaaL 

Plhe,I>., andfX B. Graham, Bridgeport, C<niD. Lamp^jitlDinilBber-.... --...-.. -.........] 

Pike, J. J. (8m Babutb, L., aHiEaor.) 

Pllcher,W..Cbicago.IIl. BaBow» 

PilUuElon, J..asa&iarof thre».fanrthalnter«t lu J,E.Billlngton ACo., Pbiladelpfaia, 

Pa. ^.aterSrfBederforateam.boilers " I 

PUkiDKlon, a, U A ISn O'Kelll. E. v., ueiEnor.) I 

Pl]kingIon,'W.'W.,8t. Helena. Encland. Apparatus for man Dfoctnrlng windowglaat 

Pillion, Q.T., Philadelphia, Pa. Uilling.machlne 

PlU.bury. LP. (Sm Morton, C. P., aadinior (Keiui 

PUlBbary, L P., « ai iSet Pattee, J. H., aMlgnor.) 

Plmley.J.E.. Kewark,N, J. Can for traniporttni oil, Ac 

Plncbard,J,, Ban Pnuolaoo, CaL Componnd aoiTappaiaUu Ibrtbe cnre of aalbma. 
Plndu, J. B., d at. (£W Bobart, O. W., aa^gnor.) 

Pine, J., Troy. N.Y. BarreMar (Eelaa 

Pltie,J,,aargi»rtoE.RLeverlch, Brooklyn, N.Y. Extenaion-Iadder 



. Feb. 39, 1873 
.Sept. 33,1873 
.May e,lB13 
. Apr. Sa, 1873 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873. 
4lphabetiait lUt ef patentee* Jbr Ute near lS73~-€oiitiooed. 



i3s,i«a 



:39, IBS 
141, iia 

141, S36 



143, H8 

IS7,387 



Pingi™. V. C. (S« Barrj- II riiiirrw.) 

PiuSTS, W. M., iidiiiimMtratnr. (Sff DihIbc P ) 

PUiS,C. Mid M. Sllverbsrg, Cairo, 111. Bavelope. . . 
Finer, E. J. (Su Stebbiua & Piwr.) 

Pl|<er,B.J..»priDga«i<l. Uiu. School-Rtaoir 

«PBr. P, M., Chkaigo, nL Cooler foe wine, (tc . . . . 
Piper. J. L.. FilUbuTg, P». Metallic CDJamo 



Piper, K.O.,Gin)r<]. 






..Finvproof ot 
..Mr*. 



mienor t 



U U. Heatli, Chicago, 111. Cov 






DT ooaliiiK rwrs, Ac . 



netery.f™, 



PItbUddo. T., Bnwklyn, X. Y. 

Pltcalrti, R.. 't ol. [At Klnier, J., wuiipior.) 

Pltaber,H.,FoDddnLiw,Wls. Wbe«VCorvel 

Pitcher. L.'D.',iDli0D, tlL K 
Pitcher, B. I. iSee £1«ood 
Pitkin, ■ " "— '— • ■■ — 



..iDfliij-n).. July 8,16 



Mnolblj- 
















PltklD, P. P.. a ai. ^8ft Lan«, D.. Hslcnor. 
PiUm. W. L.. and C. J. ObwuD, Mgotpellci 
Pttnt. M. J.. iMlgnor ol tbree-fDiiitb* fi 
WilllaiuB, GallipolU, Obln. Thr«ul.i!utb 
PIW. W. A., New York. N. T. _.,.., 
Pltuoau, G. v., and W, C. Boone, B 



rofork (Kclaai 

■anre ref^lator .^...{Gtrenalr 



VL Conipoiiiid rorcleanluE eaH-rolurta ... Jaly i 
terest to H. 8. AoEelL, J. Hannnn, and D. ! 

jJiily if 



tnieg.grater .. 



Pittnuu, a. W., Keaknk, lowL FinprooT vault 

Pitta, E. {Srr Ebert A Pitta.) 

Pltla,J.K.,HeLeaii,lll. Pli.w^wipling 

Planck, J^aHinior lo aelt and W. Patleraon. CoDataotine. Mlvb. 

I^ask, J.H., Blaomfleld. Iowa. Senitiit-niaobinv carter .' 

PUnt,K. K., Burr Oak. MloL. Car.<iouplln)[ 

Plant, B. U., Plan MvlUe, Conn. Dlo hir making CHrriage-linlu . . 

Pluit,!'., BricksburKb. N.J, Stnmp-sittacliir '.... 

Piatt. A., New York. S.y. Clock-eacaiienient 

PlaCt, A. L., aHtignor to J. 1>. and T. K. Cennera, KoonilnElon, IIL 
Piatt, C. H. and T.. A. SLanbery, Norwalk, Ohio. KoitUlig-machll 

Bania KDltCluE macUne. 

Piatt, C.M.,WaterburT.<^nn. MauuRKtura of butiona 

putt, K B., Florence, (od. Preaa 

Piatt, G. H., (( oI. (Ste Hnnler, G. W., aasltcmir.) 
Piatt, J. F. 1,^ Tmev & PIntt.) 

Pbitt, B. B., Haileton, Pa. Ulner'abar ^ 

Piatt, W. 11., Dayton, Oliio, Cuitlvatw 

Same ."Harrow 

Same JIarrow-toolii 

Piatt W. K.. Cauiden. K. J., aaalgnor to huIT and A. M. Qreeoe, Phlladelpbla. Pa. 

exUnrulaber ..._. ...._ 

Platlenburg. J, W., anlnno 
Platta.G. (SMWalden »l 

Same (*f Walden, J..aMiirn«rl 

Platta, G., and J. Waldeo, Newark, X. J. : 
Platla, H.,Itha(ia, S. Y. BllUard-ciie 



D. 30. IHT! I 
.r.'M.'l§7;t| 

ii, ss.ien, 



.lUar. IH, 1^1:1; east 



lo aeir and J. U. Armatrong, Tiffin, Ohio. WagDi 
Bobine fur crimping and to 



(Itelni 



aelLn!. 



Blecker, W. J.. Bl , ^^ 

Plelns, F. M., Dufauqne. Iowa, UaDufactuni uf Map 

Plnmli, R. (*MBnrdlot.O.C., analguor.) j 

Fluinb.W.H., Patcraon. X.J.. aaafgnor t« J.A.Sterllng. MewTork. N.Y. Jigger rot 

aeparatlngon ...,.,....-.-- , -..,.. 

Pluras t Atwood Manuraeturlna Company. iSa Atwooil, L. J., a^RlRDor.) 
PlnDHr,J.,<f oI. (J«»l{naa,J.A.,aailguor.) 

PlumBT, W,. Leilngtfln, Mai*. Manufacture of glue | 

G.H., NewYork^X. Y. Cnrk_or alopper h 
fff«Kg, 



U, ISTi 
■ b', 1813 



July a.ivri WT 



"S^. 






Poage.J.X., Cincinnati, Ohio. "Water oolnniD for 

. Same Balanced TaKe for ataDd-pipea 

Same WaUrlBg-oolnmn for railway-lanka 

PMheroa, A,, Farle, France, aealEnor to E. Connlngton. 61>iw-funiac« 

Poe, J. B., aaatgnor la aelf and J. F. Alllion, Woithlngtop, Ind. Uaclilue for miklDg 

chair and baaket aplinta- .--.- -.----..-.. 

FolTanbargcr, J.,FamieraTllle, Ohio. CaRlBfte-tep tetter 

Fob & Balchla. 1£h Uelaneet, A. E.,a>aignor.) 
PohIman.J.-W. (&« Stlrllna i Pohlaianl 
Polder, P. (£U Cone & Fol<^.) 

Fol8,aC.,Waibinglon,D.<J. Ordnance, and prfljectlle thtrofor 

PolhamutJ.H,, Albany, N,Y. Kefrieeratinit-oapboard 

Pollard^J.B, Norfolk, Sfaea. Uannfactute uf felt. cloth 

Policy, H. (Set SoeenBeld. A., agalgnor.) 

PomtLJ..Edon, Ohio. Spring-bed Wtom 

""•--':, A^ it at. (WeGoodrTo'- • ■' -"' 



Pomeroy. 6., Mattoon, IIL Barvealer-c otter 
FOHieniy. C, and J. D. Owen, Mattoon. 111. = 
Podieroj,D. '■ - ■■ ■ ■ " " 



__ Point, t/. Y. Ti - 

W.,aBalgnoralo J.R, D,.BOdM. B. Poroorrj)', New York, N. Y. Tnm 

Fomeroy, 3.Si.,ttaL {See Pomeroj, B. and W., ualgnon.) 
Pomeroy, M. E., M ol Hk* PomeroT, D. and W., aadtplors.) 
Pomsroy, W. (3h Pomeroy, D. and WJ__ 

FoiDeniy,W, L..«(al. (5H Newton, F, W.iaaaignor) (Kelune.) 

PompqiLF.O. <,Sm Kline &Jaok,aaalgi>ora.) 



V. 18, IBTS 
y an, 1873 
K. 13. 1873 



Apr. 1, 1873 1 9« 31 



142 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Jlphahetioal list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continaed. 



Xo. 



138,283 
138,928 
144.862 
138,760 

140.384 
140,385 
143, 381 

137, 094 

140,386 

143. 184 

5,330 

145. 751 



5,622 



140,536 
140,790 
443, 529 
145. 308 
5,523 



139, 476 

142,649 

143. 638 
142,939 

145,445 

142. 349 
139.260 
144,863 
136, 540 

144.864 

144, 789 

144,790 

146.093 

5,653 

1.19, 812 

115,010 

143.029 
143,030 

143. 031 



143,185 
136,760 
140.537 
140.538 
l:i6. 670 
134, 703 
135,842 

140, 591 



140,640 
144,224 
145, 446 
138,929 
142. 509 
140, .102 
136. 179 
143,928 

i:W. .581 
5,593 



138, 761 
134,769 
142. 865 
135,9.37 
141.889 
137, 237 
145,681 

139,607 
135, 664 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Pouce, J. P., assignor to a<^lf and J. Miller, Mayfield, Cal. Aatomatic gate 

Pond, D. B., Woonsocket, R. L Wanhine-niacnine 

Pond, L., Foxborougli. Mass. Hose-coupling spanner 

Pond, L. W., assignor to self and Ttie £au Claire Lumber Company, £au Claire, Wis. 

Boom and raft-mdder 

Pond, M. W., Elyria, Ohio. Harness-pad 

, Same same 

Same Harness saddle tree 

Pond, O. M. {See Bingbam 6c Pond.) 

Same Independenc*^, Iowa. Cultivator 

Pond, O. N. {See Sweeney, H. M., assignor.) 

Pool, I. W., Eau Claire, "VSTis. Log-turner 

Pool, S., Chapel Hill. N. C. Adding-machine : 

Pool, T., Brunswick, Ohio, assignor to Metropolitan Wasbiug-Machine (Company. 

Clothes-wringer (Reissue) . . 

Pooley, T., assignor of one-half interest to N. Johnson, Blackberry Station, 111. Miter- 
machine ^....» 

Pooley, W. C. (See Fritz & Pooley.) 
Poorman. C. L. (See Parker, G. W., assignor.) 
Pope, F. L., et- aL (See Lockwood, R. M., assignor.) 

Pope, F. L., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to self and S. C. Hendrickson, Brooklyn, N. Y.. ) 
J. N. Ashley and J. D. Lincoln, Greenville, N. J. Electric signaling apparatus for > 

railways ..'. (Reissue.) ) 

Pope, F. L., Elizabeth, N. J. Circuit for electric railway-signal 

Same Electric railway-signal apparatus 

Same Electric circuit and device for railway-signals 

Same Electric signaling apparatus for railways 

Pope. F. L., Elizabeth, and T. A. Edison, Newark, N. J., assignors by mesne assignment 
to The Gold and Stock Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Printing-telegraph. 

(Reissue) 

Pope, J. L., Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for tapping.pipe-fittiugs 

Pope, T. S., et al. (Sse Bumey, F., assignor.) 

Pope, \V. D., Gadsden, Ala. Railway -car brake 

Same Car-coupling 

Popping. J., New York, N.Y., assignor of two-thii-ds interest to H. Schierloh, Jersey 

City, N. J., and H. Schierloh, New York. N. Y. Welding iron and steel 

Popping, J., assignor to self and W. L. Gmlfrev, New York, N. Y. Welding iron and steel 

Porta, P., a^signor to W. Uda and M. B. S. Uda, Milan, Italy. Fireman's ladder 

Porter, A.. Chicago, III. Nut-lock 

Porter, A. W., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for carbureting gas .* 

Porter, C, Nunda, N. Y. Car-conpling 

Porter, C. B., &, Co. (See Fallows, J., assignor.) 

Porter, D., Cleveland, Ohio. Sewing-machine 

Porter, H., Polo, III. Binder's attachment for harvesters 

Porter, H. K. (See Porter, T. W. &, H. K.) 

Porter, H. K., Boston. Mass. Shifting top for vehicles 

Same Carriage-ir»n 

Porter, H. K. & T. W., Boston, Mass., assignors by mesne assignment to C. Parker, 

Meriden, Conn. Vise (Reissue) . . 

Porter, J. G., New York, N. Y., and E. Davis, Jersey City, N. J. Heating-furnace 

Porter, L. P., New Brunswick, N. J. Elastic toy . /. (Extension) . . 

Porter, N., Peabody, Mass. Apparatus for dryiog tan ^ 

Porter, T. W. (Se« Porter. H. K. & T. W.) ( Reissue.) 

Porter, T. W., Boston, Mass. Wheel for vehicles 

Same Wagon 

Porter, T. W. & H. K., Boston, Mass. Foot-rail for cairiages 

Post & Co. (See Walton, G., assignor.) 
Post, B. M. (Se4 Oakley & Post.) 

Post, F.. Clinton, Iowa. Wagon 

Post, L M., Philadelphia, Pa. Cuff 

Same Shii-t-bosom support 

Same Dress-shield 

Post, J. L., Ashley, III. Fruit-drier 

Post, J. W., Lansing, Mich. Carriage-spring 

Post, N. L., East Cleveland, Ohio. Wrench 

Post, P. S. (See Michaels Sc Broadwell, assignors.) 

Potter, A., Philadelphia, Pa. Gas-lighting apparatus 

Potter, A. J. (See Von Dom, T. L., assignor.) 

Potter, B., jr. (See Dodge & Potter) .(Extension.) 

Potter, B. iP. (See Sheears, T. J., assignor.) 
Potter, C, jr. (See Cranston, J. H., assignor.) 

Potter, G. r., Coventry, R I. Window weather-strip 

Potter, H. H., Sterling ville, N. Y. Rail way switch 

Sanie Car-coupling 

Potter, H. T., Norwich, Conn. De\'ice for stopping the spindles of spinning-frames 

Same Top-roU for drawing-frames, &c 

Potter, J. C, Saint Helena, Cal. Plow 

Potter, M., Mendon, Mich. Plow-wheel 

Potter, M. F., Kanesville, III. Apparatus for treating the eye ; 

Potter, Sous Sc Co. (See Barrett, tf., assignor) (Design.) 

Potter, T., Jackson, Miss. Safety-guard for pocket-bo<yks 

Potter, T. O., and J. W. Smith, Boston, Mass., assignors to The Bay State Suspender 

Company. Suspenders (Reissue) . . 

Potter, T., Sons & Co. (See Hutchinson, J., assignor) (Design.) 

Same (See Kagy, H., assignor) (Design.) 

Potter, W., jr., Andover, N. Y. Inside blind 

Potts, E., Philadelphia, Pa. Washing-machine 

Potts, W. W., Swedeland, Pa. Portable fence 

Potwhi, W. S., Chicago, 111. Slop-jar 

Same Soldering-fnrnace 

Poulson, B., Fort Wayne, lud. Door-check .'. 

Poulson, J., assignor of one-half interest to M. Baldwin, Frenchtown, N. J. Nail-plate 
feeder 



Date. 



Apr. 29, 1873 
May 13, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

May 13,1873 
July 1,1873 
July 1.1873 
Sept. 30, 18T3 

Mar. 25, 1873 

July 1,1873 
Sept. 23, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Dec. 23,1873 



Oct. 21,1873 

July 1,1873 
July 15, lerj 
Oct 7, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 



Aug. 5,1873 
June 3, 1873 

Septw 9,1873 
Oct. 14,1873 

Sept 16, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 
May 27, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Mar. 4,1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Nov. 18, 18r3 
Dec. 30,1873 

Nov. 11,1873 
June 10, 1873 
Feb. 15, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 

Sept 2.3, 1873 
Sept 23, 18T3 
Sept 23, 1873 



Sept 23, 1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
July 1,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 
Feb. 11, 18TJ 

July 8,1873 



Poulson, N., New York, N. Y. Fire-proof roof 

Ponndstene, C. N., Livonia, HI. Rotary cultivator 



July 

Nov. 

IJec. 

May 

Sept. 

June 

Feb. 

Oct 



8.1873 

4,1873 

9,1873 

13, 1873 

2,1873 

24,1873 

25,1873 

21,1873 



May 6,1873 
Oct 7, 1873 



May 13, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Feb. 18,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 
June 3,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 



Monthly 
volome. 






948 
415 
613 

272 
42 
43 

933 

676 

44 

749 

628 
651 



529 

166 
399 
111 
246 



187 
29 

294 
221 

549 
362 
24 
739 
613 
172 

614 
534 

535 
972 

366 
349 

729 

631 
632 
633 



750 
368 
167 
167 
295 
192 
421 

228 



271 
47 
363 
416 
166 
795 
738 
496 

101 

148 



273 
257 
485 
512 
451 
806 

580 
141 
262 



to 



56 

136 

38 

82 



60 
9 

96 

74 



9 

234 

208 

55 

209 
182 

182 
314 

123 
108 

246 

215 
215 
216 



259 
122 
56 
56 
98 
62 
137 

76 



92 
14 
121 
130 
55 
253 
238 
167 

32 

49 



84 
84 
166 
167 
147 
265 

190 
46 
83 



Official 
Gasette. 






S99 
130 
308 

84 

14 

14 

316 

225 

15 
259 

207 

214 



175 I. 

176 S 



3 
3 

4 

3 
4 
4 

4 



4 
4 



4 
4 

4 
4 



4 
3 

4 
4 

4 
4 
4 

3 
4 
3 

4 
4 

4 
4 

4 
3 
3 
4 

4 
4 
4 



4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 
4 

3 
4 
3 
3 
4 

3 

4 



3 
3 
4 
3 
4 
3 

4 

3 
3 



9 

476 
543 
561 

.S29 
11 
11 

366 

329 

11 
336 

314 

674 



441 

22 

60 

389 

617 



150 
611 

277 

407 

309 
627 
244 
588 
561 
359 

562 
545 

M5 
711 

519 
652 
127 
572 

326 
336 
326 



336 

284 
32 
32 

378 
22 

1*13 

38 



43 
482 
627 
542 
255 
705 
833 
439 

506 

392 



529 
41 
304 
193 
189 
339 

656 
630 
160 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, 1873, 



143 



Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873--Continue<l. 



No. 



Kame, residence, and invention. 



Monthly 
volume. 



Date. 



134,927 

146,094 
6.337 
6,360 
6.590 
6.591 
6,784 

138,537 

142. 812 
143,589 
141, 013 
143,032 
144,865 
134,611 
143,639 

137,863 
139, 971 



136,180 
142,940 
144, 564 

143. 715 
136,092 

144, 791 

135, 4^6 
142, 272 

140, 949 

5.715 
145,309 

146,095 

5,425 



146, 021 
135,584 

145.967 
141,380 
140,791 



137,482 
lfe,273 
143,5:10 
136,864 
136.865 
141,168 



136.383 
142,117 
144, 792 
135,154 



136,541 



13.'). 361 
136,093 
144.866 

139,329 
145, 310 



140, 641 
i:)8, 818 
137, 956 
142, 412 

145, 815 

142,582 

136,866 

134,928 

6,338 

6,763 

6,953 

139,023 

137, 715 

137, 716 

138,043 

140, 841 



Powell, A. H.. Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to self and J. Wood, Red Bank, X. J., and E. 

R.Bennet, New York, N. Y. Lift and force pump 

Powell, E., New York, N. Y. Tuck-creaaer for sewing-machines 

Powell, J., assignor to H. J. Dixon & Sons, Kidderminster, England. Carpet. . (Design) . . 

Same same . . - (Design) . . 

Same same . . . (Design ) . . 

Same same . . . (Design) . . 

Sanre same. ..(Design).. 

Powell, J. B., assignor of one-half interest to E. P. Michcner, Philatlelphia, Pa. Gate for 

railway-crossings 

Powell, J. 6., Philadelphia. Pa. Clamp for sewing-machine attachments 

Same Corder for sewing-macnines 

Powell, J. P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Music notation 

Powelson, H., New Brunswick. N. J. Carpet stretcher 

Power, H. L., London, England. Umhrella 

Power, J. M., Port Discovery, Wash. Luhricator 

Same same 

Powers, A. A., et al. {See Hemenway, C. V., assignor.) 
Powers, C. M., Ridgewood, N. J. Thrashing-machine 

SAme Beer-strainer 

Powers, D., &, Sons. (See Barrett, J., assignor) (Design.) 

• Same (See Meyer, J., assignor (Design.) 

Powers, D. J., Chicago, 111. Wovon-wire mattress-frame . . . 

Same Tightening device for woven-wire mattress 

Same Wire-mattress 

Powers, G. C. (See Graves. Powers &. Graves.) 
Powers, I., Laingshurgh, Mich. Wagon-seat. 
Powers, L. A., West Meriden, Conn. Game-table 

Same Rake 

Powers, P. F. (See Wasson, Powers, & Dungan ) 

Powers, R., Charleston, Miss. Cotton-press 

Powers, W.P.,North La Crosse. Wis. Belting 

Powers, Z. M. {See Allertou & Powers.) 

Prahl, C, SUpleton. N. Y. Match-hox 

Prall, W. E. {See Blanchard &, Prall.) 

Prall, W. E., Washington. D. C. Steam water-elevator (Ut'issue) . 

Same Pneumatic railway-signal 

Prall, W. E. and D. A. Burr, Washington, D. C. Steam vacuum-pump 



PrAt«, H. T., New York, N. Y. Life-preserving stool (Reissue) . . 

Pratt & Letch worth. {See Bottomley. T. J., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Pratt, C. A. (See Orr & Sears, assignors.) 

Pratt, D. R, Greenfield, Ohio. Sawing-machine 

Pratt. G. M., and v. A. King, assignors to the Victor Sewing- Machine Company, Mid- 

dletown. Conn. Machine for dressing cam-grooves 

Pratt, H., and T.T.Munhall, Fairburz, 111. Truck 

Pratt, M., Deep River, Conn. Machine for shaping piano-keys 

Pratt M. E., Prattville, Ala. Cotton-gin 

Pratt, N. B., Deep River. Conn. Carpet-sweeper (Extension) . . 

Pratt, R. N. {Ses McNeill & Pratt.) 

Pratt, R. N. {See Traphagen, H. L., assignor.) 

Pratt T. W., Boston. Mass. Wooden truss-bridge 

Same Steam-boiler 

Pratt, W. A., Baltimore, Md. Lubricator 

Pratt Z. I., Chicago, III. Candlestick 

Same Fare-box 

Pray, D. F., Boston, Mass. Lubricator 

Pregamann, A. {See Aulbach, J., assignor.) 
Pre is, J. {See Goebel &. Prois.) 

Prentiss, C. H., Cleveland, Ohio. Gas-heater 

Prentiss, E. F., PhilaUeluhia, Pa. Composition for coating wood and iron 

Prentiss, T. M., Boston, Mass. Portable tiy and mosquito net 

Presbrey, C. H., assignor to Novelty Iron Works Manufacturing Company, Sterling, III. 

School-desk 

Presbrey, O. F., et al. {See Hunter, R, F., assig^ior.) 

Prescott, D. C, Marinetto, Wis. Saw-mili 

Prescott, E. {See Cobb, B. F., assignor) (Reissue.) 

Prescott G. A. {See Barsalouse & Graham, assignors.) 
Prescott G. A. {See Barsaloux & Prescott.) 

Prescott G. A., Sandy Hill, N. Y. Saw-swaging machine 

Prescott G. A., and J. Barsaloux, Sandy Hill, N. Y. Spike-extractor 

Prescott, G. A., and J. Barsaloux, said Barsaloux assignor to said Prescott, Sandy Hill, 

N. Y. Head-blook for saw-mill 

Prescott, M. H., jr.. La Crosse, Wis. Child's photograph chair 

Pressey, G. W., Hammouton, N. J. Umbrella 

Prest, J. {See Taylor & Prest.) 

Preston, C. {See Wygant Preston & Wester velt.) 

Preston, F. B., assignor to self and W. H. Stapleton, Fayette, Mo. Washing-machine. . . 

Preston, J., PlymouthLOhio. Corn-plow 

Preston, S. H., Worth, Pa. Bolt and rod cutter 

Preston, W. M., Roxbury,.N. Y. Doorbell 

Prewitt, H. C. {See Harrison, W., assignor.) 

Price, C. A., Jersey City, N. J. Rubber-mat for pitchers, &c 

Price, F. M W., Danville, 111. Machine for mining coal 

Price, J., Columbia County, F^^ Combined stalk-cutter and laml i*oller 

Price, J. S., Champaign County, and P. Miller. Clarke County, Ohio. Grain-register 

Price, v., New York, N. Y. Sword hilt and scabbard (Design) . , 

Price, v., Woodside, N. Y. Sword hilt and scabbard (Design) . . 

Price, v., New York, N. Y, Sword hilt and scabbard (Design) . . 

Price, v., Woodside. N. Y. Casting ornaments for sword scabbards 

Price, W., Mount Olive, N. C. Cotton-chopper 

Same Plow ^ 

Same Cotton-planter 

Pridgeon, J. P., assignor to J. P. Pridgeon & Co., Marion Court-house, S. C. Cotton-press. 
Pridgeon, J. P., and Co. {See Pridgeon, J. P., assignor.) 



Jan. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
July 



14. 1873 
30, 1873 
7,1873 
21,1873 
Mi, 1873 
1.5, 1873 
22, 1873 



May 6, 
Sept 16, 
Oct 14, 
July 22, 
Sept. 23, 
Nov. 25, 
Jan. 7. 
Oct 14, 



1873 
1873 
1»73 
1873 
l!:<73 
1873 

1873 



Apr. U, 1873 
June 17, 1873 



Feb. 25,1873 
Sept 16. 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 

Oct 14.1873 
P'ob. 18,1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Feb. 4, 1873 
Aug. 26, 1873 

July 15,1873 

Dec. 30, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 

Dec. 30,1873 

May 27,1873 



Dec. 30,1873 

Feb. 4. 1873 
Dec. 30,1873 
July 29, 1873 
July 15, 1873 
Feb. 8, 1873 



Apr. 1. 1873 
Aug. 26, 18rJ 
Oct 7, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
July 22, 1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Aug. 26. 1873 
Nov. 18, 1873 

Jan. 21,1873 

Mar. 4,1873 



Jan. 28,1873 
Feb. 18,1873 

Nov. 25, 1S73 
May 27, 1873 
Dec. 9, 1873 



July 8.1873 
May 13,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 



Dec. 23, 
Sept 9, 
Mar. 18, 
Jan. 14, 
Jan. 7, 
July 8, 
Oct 7, 
May 20. 
Apr. 8, 
Apr. 8, 
Apr. 22, 
July 15, 



1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1873 



s 


• 






397 


126 


973 


314 


' 54 


18 


442 


149 


177 


60 


622 


209 


633 


216 


614 


209 


105 


34 


221 


74 


5:n 


167 


490 


155 


739 


238 


550 


186 


339 


114 


297 


97 


645 


211 


536 


182 


87 


27 


796 


262 


548 


184 


1,009 


324 


248 


83 


974 


(314 
^315 


906 


292 


909 


294 


181 


56 


863 


280 


979 


318 


401 


1.36 


183 


.•>8 


796 


263 


114 


39 


465 


154 


466 


155 


763 


250 


29 


10 


668 




536 


183 


602 


196 


173 


55 


810 


261 


646 


211 


615 


209 


796 


254 


250 


83 


271 


92 


323 


100 


614 


193 


79 


26 


705 


232 


240 


79 


467 


155 


397 


127 






5or 


159 


400 


123 


402 


123 


712 


225 


443 


151 







Official 
Gazette. 



o 
I > 



3 
4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
4 

3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 

3 
3 



3 
4 
4 

4 
3 
4 

3 
4 



4 

4 

\* 

3 



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^ 

cu 



3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



3 
4 
4 
3 
3 
4 



3 
4 
4 

3 

3 



3 
3 

4 
3 
4 



52 

711 

7 

71 
417 
417 

85 

502 
30U 
4U3 

87 
326 
562 

15 
407 

42.'S 
671 



22.3 
309 
517 

412 
204 
545 

13f 
226 

72 

714 
618 

711 

602 



705 

141 
702 
123 
60 
lOJ 



372 
226 
390 
301 
301 
98 



248 
216 
545 

83 

259 



112 

204 

562 
503 
618 



4 


42 


3 


534 


3 


431 


4 


249 


4 


679 


4 


273 


3 


301 


3 


52 


3 


7 


4 


36 


4 


380 


3 


562 


3 


401 


3 


401 


3 


449 


4 


64 



144 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED PROM THE 
Alphabetical list of patentees for the year 1873— Con tinned. 



No. 



Name, residence, and inveotlon. 



Date. 



V 



137, 147 

144, 136 
135,727 
136,542 

2.'>.443 

6,793 

6,794 

135,585 

144. 134 
140, 162 

144. 135 
140,303 

137,338 
134,561 

143,093 
145,011 
14ii, 041 

139,608 
140, 074 

5, 493 

137,609 
140,304 



143,650 
145, 752 
145.753 
145, 754 
135,843 
137, 717 
139,813 
145,237 
5.664 
141,077 
l:», 665 
141,516 



140, 163 
134,704 

139,734 
142, 413 

137.718 
142, 941 

138,099 



144,225 
137, 719 
139, 610 

137,390 
143, 929 
136,543 
141,169 

136, 937 
145, 510 

143, 716 



Prier, A. (See Loeffelholz &, Prier.) 

Priest C. W., awiignor of one-half interest to J. W. Larob, Troy, N. Y. Macbioe for } 

beading sheet-metal vessels > 

Priest, J. {See Colver & Priest.) 

Priest, J. K.,etaL (See Falhim, A. J., assignor) (Rcissne.) 

Same (See Smith, R T.. assignor.) 

Priest^ J. K., assignor to self, K, T. Smith, J. G. Blunt, and W. Earl, jr., Kashna, N. H. 

Bbearine-raachine 



144,226 

144,923 

145, 755 

6,764 

140,727 

142, 511 

143.186 
25,673 



Bbearing* 

Prie w. H., Magdebnrg, Prussia. Centrifugal maohine for purifying sugar 

Prinoe, G. A. {See Kent, W. J., assignor.) 

Prince, J., and N. D. Martin, North Craftsbury, Yt Apparatus for cooling milk and 



cream. 



Prindle, D. R,, East Bethany, N. Y. Portable furnace boiler and steamer. . (Extension) . . 
Same same (DitMjlaimer filed) . . 

Prindle, G. H., PhiUdelphia, Pa. Boa (Design).. 

Same same (Design) . . 

Prindle, G. S.. Washington, D.C., assignor to The Qaeen City Wringer Company, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Clothes-wruiger 

Prindle, L.B., Bantam FalU, Conn. Wrench 

Prindle. L. C, Chicago, HI. Billiard-teble 

Pritcliard, E. D., New York, N. Y. Protection for underground telograph-wires 

Pritchard, T., assignor of two-thirds int«re8t to J. Laugnliu and C. Darragh, Philadel- 
])hia, Pa. Device for connecting oar-axles with axle-boxes 

PritB, A., Dayton, Ohio. Car-coupling : 

Probasco, W.*, Lawrenceburgh, Ind. Centrifugal apparatus for extracting honey from 
the comb 



Procopd, M., Stockholm, Sweden. Adjustable tongue fur organ-reeds 

Procter, J. K., Maiden, Mass. Sewing-machine castor 

Proctor, A. N., assignor to J. Proctor, Boston, MasM. Motor for driving macliiuery 

Proctor, D. C. {See Culter Sc Proctor.) 

Proctor, G. K., Salem, Mass. Caster for sewing-machines 

Same Lapboard 

Proctor, J. {See Proctor, A. N., assignor.) 

Proctor, J. K., Philadelnhia, Pa., asmgnor of one-half interest to C. R. Lindsay. Cylin- 
der for burring-machines ( Ucissue) . . 

Same Machipe for working waste, fibrous material, &c 

Proctor, J. K., Philadelphia, Pa. Mechanism for operating the doffer-combs of carding- 

machines : 

Proctor, J. W. {See Forbis, H. K., assignor.) 

l^osser, T. T., assignor of one-half interest to G. C. Morgan, Cliicago, 111. Water-meter. 

Prosser, T. T., Chicago, Dl. Connecting-rod 

Same Fan-blower 

Same Pegging-machine for boots and shoes 

Proftffcr, T. T., and G. w. Gillette, Chicago, 111. Tool for facing bung-holes 

Prosser, T. T , and G. C. Morgan, Chicago, 111. Pipe-Joint 

Proudfoot, F., Toronto, Canada. Fire-place 

Same Heating-drum 

Prouty, G. W., Charlestown, Mass. Printing-press (Reissue) . 

Same Inking apparatus for oscillating printing-presses 

Prouty, H. W., Boston, Mass. Lamp-chimney cleaner 

Same Toy money-box - 

Providence Tool Company. (See Bartlett, E. G. W., assignor.) 

Same (See Pickersgill, W. C, assignor.) 

Provost, P. C.,et€U. (See Dewell, J. V., assignor.) 

Pruden, H., Erie, Pa. Medical compound for diphtheria, Slc 

Pryibll, P.,New York, N.Y. Saw-gmde 

Puder, G. (See Brand &, Pnder.) 

Pufler, A. D., Boston, Mass. Soda-water fountain 

Pugh, W. H., Chicago, Dl. Subterranean irrigation 

Pulls, C. (See Mowry & Pulis.) 

Pullinger, C, Philadelphia, Pa. Flexible support for mattresses, seats, Sec 

Same Ventflatiug window-sash 

Pullis, J. (See PuUis, T. K. & J.) 

Pullis, T. R. Sc J., Saint Louis, Mo. Bolt mechanism for prison-doors 

Puntenney, G. H. (See Ochiltree, S. P., assignor.) 

Purinton, J.. Lynn, Mass. Machine for lasting boots and shoes (Extension) . . 

Purple, G., Cameron, Mo. Flour-sifter 

Pursell, A., Williamtport, Pa. Car-coupling 

Pursley, G. A., Pittsfleld, III. Grain-drill 

Pusey, H. {See Blessing, L. W., assignor.) 

Pusey, J., Philadelphia, Pa. Rack for curtain-fixtures 

Pusey, J. M., Wilmington, Del. Thill-coupling 

Pusey, S. J., assignor to W. H. Grove, Philadelphia, Pa. Sowing-machine table 

Same rFoldingcover for sewing-machines 

Push, A. B. {Su Thompson, C. G., assignor.) 

Pntequat^. L., Brownsville, Tex. Meoical compound 

Putnam, D., Stockton, assignor of one-half interest to A. C. Pickard, Bnsti, N. Y. Lift- 
ing-Jack. 



Mar. 25, 1873 



Putnam, G. W., South Glen's Falls, N.Y. Car-coupling 

Putnam, H. W., Bennington, Vt. Bottle-stopper fastening (Extension) . . 

Putnam, J. (8ee Tisdale, J., assignor.) 

Same (See Tisdale, Putnam Sc Allen.) 

Putnam, S. S., Boston, Mass. Machine for feeding horseshoe nails 

Same Machine for finishing horseshoe nails 

Same Nail -delivering machine 

Putnam, S. W., Jr., Fitchbnrgh, Mass. Bolt-threading machine (Design) . . 

Same Nut-tapping machine 

Same Machine for tapping nuts 

Putnam, W. E., Sc Co. (See Putnam, W. E., assignor.) 

Putnam, W. E., assignor to W. E. Putnam Sc Co., Boston, Mass. Gaiter 

Purinton, J., Lynn, Mass. Machine for lasting boots and shoes (Disclaimer filed) . . 



Oct 28,1673 
Feb. 11,1873 



Mar. 4,1873 
Sept 13, 1873 
Sept 12, 1873 
Aug. 5, 18T3 
Aug. 5,1873 

Feb. 4. 1873 
Oct 28,1873 
June 24, 1873 
Oct 28,1873 

June 24, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 

Jan. 7, 1873 
Sept 23, 1873 
Nov. 25, 1873 
Aug. 19, 18rj 

June 3.1873 
June 17, 18TJ 



July 1^, 1873 
June 3,1873 

June 24, 1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Sept 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Apr. 

June 

Dec. 

Nov. 

July 

Feb. 

Aug. 



9,1873 
23,1873 
23,1873 
23,1873 
11,1873 

8,1873 
10,1873 

2,1873 
18, 1873 
22,1873 
11, 1873 

5,1873 



June 24, 1873 
Jan. 7, 1873 

June 10, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 

Apr. 8, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 

Apr. 22, 1873 

Oct 4, 1873 

Nov. 4,1873 

Apr. 8,1873 

June 3,1873 

Apr. 1,1873 
(^t 21,1873 
Mar. 4,1873 
July 22, 1873 

Mar. 18, 1873 

Sept 2,1873 
Oct 14,1873 
Mar. 15, 18TJ 



Nov. 4, 1873 

Nov. 25, 1873 

Dec. S3, 1873 
July 8,1873 
July 8,1873 
Sept 2,1873 

Sept. 23, 1873 
Sept 27, 18TJ 



CO 



721 



697 
316 



174 



182 
69$ 
680 
695 

796 
807 

56 
683 
730 
583 

142 
582 



595 
142 

796 

294 
653 
053 
654 
481 
403 
350 
178 
567 
678 
263 
93 



680 
192 

278 
80 

404 
550 

759 



48 
404 
146 

38 
496 
174 
764 

538 

169 

398 



48 
656 
657 



340 
170 

751 



Q 



CS39 
^240 



231 
100 



55 



57 
230 
213 
231 

253 

266 

17 
334 
346 
193 

46 
47 

184 



800 

47 
48 

853 

97 
314 
314 
314 
137 
134 
108 

61 
193 
337 

83 

39 



62 

87 
86 

134 

186 

841 



14 
134 

48 

13 
168 

56 
250 



55 
97 



15 

(822 

^223 

215 



115 

55 

259 



OffioUl 
Gaaette. 



•5 



] 



4 

3 



3 
4 
4 
4 
4 

3 
4 
3 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
4 
4 

3 



4 



4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 



3 
3 

3 
4 

3 
4 



4 
4 

3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
4 



4 
4 

3 



4 
4 
4 
4 

4 

4 






333 



465 
104 



2S9 
270 
870 
135 
135 

143 
465 
695 
465 

705 
399 

11 
330 
573 
199 

690 
679 



76 
680 

705 

877 
674 
674 
674 
178 
4C1 
693 

'UkO 

utfsf 
547 
93 
160 
148 



695 
22 

647 
849 

401 
309 

453 

353 
483 
401 
681 

360 
439 



98 

306 

855 
412 
845 

483 

565 

675 
3G 
47 

855 

336 
354 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, r873. 
Alphabetical IM nf patenUa for the gfar 1873 — ContinQed. 



Kwoe, mideuee. Mid inventinD 



HoutUy 

i 



Pvke, M. (Stt Rei. I 
qtuckonbuab, H. M., 'a 

Qoalt, W. \su Buanhii 
Quarl™. F„ Waoo, Tei. 



, QQBrtermBn,J,.riu»tifUH,aMij!i 

airman, Flmhiue, N. r. Paii 

I OaMt, B., J«rHy\^Ue. lU. PUi 



J,. ohIkdot.) 
(Sm Qnarteman, J., ualenar.) 
JBJL'UOT to A. M. IngenoU, Broo 
PBinHwnipoiind 



PliuhiuB, N. 

, _., JerwyiHUe _ . .. 

City Wtinser Compaoy. {5w BoEen. T. O. 
Sune i%<Catticart.RS., ai^jcnor.) 




i!iml.'k;.;'L.,'joli^i,''lll..'iu'ii;i'''' 



to P.MDOlier. CarimdeleE, Uo. 
1, Peoria. III. cinii-hiJrvmter. . . 



H. iSu . 



PliUwlalpbla, Pn. i;ar-H,,rtris 

law YoA, N.T. St<-reo»MiM> 

"L, Brwjkljn. S. T, Appamtiu tor ptevB 



7.N-i!. 



H. and J. H.) 
- a»c«.l 

"Wlir Wiiidmflf!^ 

M.,OpbaU, Hew Britain. UsDnfaatarei 
l»r,F.W., Saint Lffl^ Mo. Llroo-kilo . 

■ R., H»vmiB.i;ub«. BuHer-feedar 

W., cl at. (Sii Eiwich, S. T., aBBlKBor.l 
^.r.T-.EI Darn. III. Plow-hiuidlB .... 



Rflgan. T .PblUdelpbla, Pa. avdrani 



i.half i 



(t to H. Ullla, North Uancheeter, iDd. Weaths 



akeatmw.B., W; 



■™mlog,in. 



K, IT. 8. Hail, and B. J. 



Sbipo DoTioo for centerinelMrfel-lie(Hl« .. 

»ama Maohlne far dreaeing stavaa 

Ramer.S., Wlnoiia,Minn, Oraia •register 

Han.«aj, G. M.,Sow Yurk, N. Y. 



S,J, iSn] 



irk hart & Kamu: 



, Cotton-baletli 



, . . SUtioi. 

tUmaay, W. C. WadesboniaKli. N. C 
Ramsdell. A. J. (S« Uoodaell, I. A..»..guu.., 
RamiiB.C. K., Lawropce, Kang. TreatlnR pine-li 
Rand. A. C. {Set Nattin^ & Gitbeng. sulL-nora.) 
Rand, A. C. Aurora, 111. Cnnrertiug oaat-iron li 

Same Stonm.bol Lor furnace 

Band, B. K., Boston. Mass. Stock iQR-snpporter. 

Rand, J. M. (Se< Andernod, H. L.,a»ilguaT.> 

Raod, J. O., and J. F. McSherry, Baltimore. Md. Sofe 

Rand. O. B., Kaf "■-'■ " — '— "■ 



lea for uh In the art* . . 
I wTonghl'lroD ud Meet 



laioo. Micl 



DooT'lat^b . . 
I a., usignor. 



and fnu 

Kaudnll, U. W., Boson, Mass. Fsneet (Eltenslon) 

Randall, 8. B„ ClnolupBtL, Ohio. Leather<5re«»iog roller 

Randall, B.C., mwignMtu A, A, Randall. ProTideuo6,R I. Seedlnn-mublne 

Randle i Heath. (At Smith, J. B., amlLTior.) 

Randal, J. B., and C, W. Wright, Now Aldiaden,Cal. PTDeaaatDrpDrirvIng qnlcluilrei 

Randolph.J. F„Edward.bnrt;h,Mlch. Eevolvlng aample^iage 

Randolph, 3. H., Jr . Bavoa Goiil^ La. Wbeel-oaRlTator. . 
Randol^.L.. Jer 



lolpb.L..J 



Id J. H. Smi 

I.Ohio. 

..Harvej 



^.Y. Spi 



aitlitaue^lresaineniacbi 
raltleliorouRh. Vt Bracelet fasUning .. 



, lt»nliln.A. (S« Wilder, A. A,,»««lgnor.; 

; Rankln,A..PhiUdelphU,Pa. Hinge 

Same Speaklne-tube 

' Same MwturTey lock 

I Rsnkin, H.P,.AIlegbeuy, Pa, Heal'Ohapper... 
I Rankin, J.. Blnnbanilon, V, Y. Com^heller . . . 

19 



Deo. 9,ien 



Ang. IS, 18 

Fell. ^ IK 
Apr. IS, IB 

OctL M,18 



Apr. £9, ISn 1, 
Uay 13, 1813 I 
Sept. 30, 18 

Jnly 8,18 
OeU 18,10.. 
Feb, SM873 
Jan. 81.18— 

Sept. 16, IS 



lueM, 1ST3 
Lnoa4, 18TJ 



Mar. 18, 1813 



\3 I na 



146 



INDEX OP PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Jlphaheiical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continuecl. 



No. 



Name, residenco, and iDTention. 




143,640 
145, 012 
143,299 

139,477 

135. 155 

6,726 

6,727 

6,728 

6,729 

6,rJ0 

6,731 

6,7:« 

6,733 

137,095 

145.363 

142, 274 

5,688 

136,094 

142,725 

142,726 
143, 383 
142, 942 

140, 643 

141, 170 
138, 582 
137, 720 
141, 459 
141.890 
138, 044. 
140,729 



143,652 

138,160 
6,584 
6,592 
6,734 

137,958 



142,042 
139,189 

145, 125 
145,683 
138.284 
136,546 

144, 139 

136,384 
136. 457 
138.932 
142, 727 
144, 634 
144. 925 
139,261 
135, 487 

142,728 

135.846 
138,193 
137, 959 
134,930 
137,960 
144,289 
5.444 



5,445 
134, 931 
143,253 
145, 684 
141.589 
139, 972 



135, 847 
136,265 

137,027 



RankiD, J., BiughamtoD, N. Y. Mecbaiiism for traDsniitting power 

Same Planing-raactaine 

Ranks, E. C, Boston, Mass. Rcclining-chair 

Ranney, M. (See Johnson Sc Rannev.) 

Ransom, A. F., Glen's Falls, N. Y. iBouquet-holder 

Ransom, G. B., ansiguor to self and J. B. Clark, Chester. Conn. Coffin-plate 

Ransom, S. H., Albany, N. Y. Plates of cooking-stove (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same (Design;.. 

Same Plates of a parlor or heating stove (Design) . . 

Same name (Design) . . 

Ransom, W. W., Buffalo, N. Y. Cnmbineil hose-pipe and sprinkler 

Ransome, £. L., San Francisco, Cal. Process of manufacturing ai-tlficial stone 

Rapp, B. R., assignor to self and W. H. Lawson, Westchester, Pa. Thill-conpliog 

Rappleve, J. W., Farmer Village, N. Y. Constructing wire fences (E^issue) . . 

Same Wire fence 

Rash, R A., assignor of one-half interest to Tappey, Lnmsden St, Ck»., Petersburgh, Ya. 

Rail way -switch stand 

Same Straw-cutter 

Rasy, W., Remington, Ind. Comb-frame 

Ratclle, J. C. Rochester, N. V. Knife for trimming boot and shoe soles 

Rathbone, CD.. Belpre, Ohio. Pump 

Rathbone, R., New York, N. Y. Paper-file 

Ranb, D. C., Saint Louis, Mo. Bedstead 

Ranb, J. L., assignor to C. Parker, Mcriden, Conn. Tool for capping cartridges 

Rawle, G., Bristol and W. N. Evans, Bedmioster, England. Manufacture of leather. . . 

Rawson, A., Des Moines, Iowa. Furnace-grate bar '. 

Rawson, D. W., Croydon, N. H Clothes-))ounder 

Rawson, G. W., Cambridgeport, assignor to self and M. Hittinger, Somcrville, Mass. 

Upright steam-boiler 

Ray, B., et al. {See Harris, S. W., assignor.) 

Same : (Reissue.) 

Ray, D. B., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for arranging type for type-setting machiues. . 
Ray. G. O. {See Jonas, F., assignor.) 

Ray, G. R., Bridgeport, Conn. Machine for dressing stooe 

Ray, J. S., East Haddam, Conn. Coflin-haiidle socket (Design).. 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same (Design) . . 

Same same 

Ray, S., and M. R Shalters, Alliance, Ohio. Harvester (Extension of No. 4,824) . . 

Same.. same (Extension of No. 4,826)..! 

Raybnni, J., et al. {See Fordem, J. M., assignor.) 

Same {See Gross, E. L., assignor.) 

Rayer, W. A., {See Lincoln &, Raver.) 

Rayer, W. A., and W. S. Lincoln. Boston, Mass. Sewing-machine : . 

Raymond, A., Waupnn, Wis. Wind-wheel 

Raymond, J. {See (Jhamness &, Vanghn, assignors.) 

Raymond, J. P., Cincinnati, Ohio. Paper-bag machine 

Raymond, L. P., Bordeaux, France Portfolio 

Raynard, J. H. & R W., and W. P. Hatch. Boston, Mass. Universal joiner 

Raynoy, J., Brooklyn, N. Y., and W. Cairns, Jersej' City, N. J., assignors to J. Rayney, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Baker's oven 

Rea, B. 1., M.Fvke, and D. M. Rennoe, said Pyke assignor to said Rea and Rcnnoe, 

South Bend, Ind. Boring-machine 

Rea. F., Gloucester, K.J. Shuttle-binder 

Read, D., New York. N. Y. Tobacco-pouch 

Read, H. F., assignor of one-half intereat to E. Beach, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wrench 

Read, J. A., Enfield, near Sydney, New South Wales. Distant-heat indicator , 

Read, J. M., Boston, Mass. Stove-pipe damper 

Read, R, F.. San i<>ancisco, Cal. Road-scraper , 

Read, W., jr., Cambridge, assignor to W. Read, Boston, Mass. Inkstand 

Read, W, S.,Oakland. Cal. Blackboard eraser 

Reading Hardware Manufacturing Company. {See Griscom, W. M., assignor.) 
Reagan, W. J., assignor to Royer^s Fora Iron Foundery, Royer's Ford, Pa. Mode of 

and apparatus for varnishing sad-inms, and other articles . '. 

Reames, J. M., Oxford, N. C. Machine for distributing fertilizers 

Same Machine, for recessing tobacco-boxos 

Reams, C. F., Raleigh, N. C. Cotton-cultivator 

Reamy, T. J., Tarborongh. N. C. Truck for moving buildings 

Rearden, J., assignor to S. W. Fowler, Brooklyn, nT Y. Towel-rack 

Reber, J., Nebraska, Ohio. Blackboard 

Rebstock, C, and J. Ottner, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors by mesne assignment to the 

Bridgeport Electro-Casting Company. Muhl for casting knobs. 

(Reissue) ... 

Same Door-knob (Reissue) . . 

Rebstock, C, and J. Ottner, Bridgeport, Conn. Molds for casting metal knobs 

Reddick, W. A., Niles, Mich. Harness-pad 

Reder, L., Wilmington, Del. Tool-holder for lathes 

Redfeam, E., Philadelphia, Pa. Loom-shed<ling mechanism , 

Redfem.S.. Churchville. N.Y. Spike 

Redhefler, J., jr., et al. {See Redhefter, J., assignor.) 

Redhetfer, J., jr. {See Redhett'er, W. J., jr., & T. G., and Smith.) 

Redheffer, J., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to W. & J., jr., and T. G. Redheffer, of Kansas 

City, Mo. Tin-can soldering-machine ,. , 

Redhefler. J., Kansas City, Mo. Machine for holding and soldering c-ans 

Redheffer, T. G., et al. {See Redheffer, J., assignor.) 
Redhefler, T. G. {See Redheffer, W. J., jr., Sc T. G., and Smith.) 
Redheffer, W., et cU. {See Redheffer. J., assignor.) 

Redhefter, W. J., jr.. Sc T. G., Kansas City, Mo., and L. A. Smith. Pawnee, Kans.. said 
Smith assignor to W. J., jr., and T. G. Redheffer. Machine for holding and soldering 
cans 



Oct. 14,1873 
Nov. 2.'>, 1873 
Sept. 30, 1873 



June 

Jan. 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Sept 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

May 

Apr. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Apr. 



3,1873 
21, 1873 
24, 1873 
24, 1873 
24, 1873 
24, 1873 
t4. 18T3 
24, 1873 
24, 1873 
24, 18rJ 
25,1873 

9,1873 
26, 1873 
16, 1873 
18, 1873 

9,1873 

9, 1873 

30,1873 

16, 1873 

8,1873 

22,1873 

6, 18T3 

8,1873 

5, 1873 

19, 1673 

22,1873 



Monthly 
volume. 



Official 
Gazette. 



July 8,1873 



Sept 9,18r) 

Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
June 24, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Apr. 19, 1873 
Apr. 19, 1873 



Aug. 19, 1873 
May 20. 1873 

Dec. 2, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Apr. 29, 18rJ 

Mar. 4,1873 



Oct 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

May 

Feb. 



28,1873 

4, 1873 

4,1873 

13. 1873 

9,1873 

18, 1873 

25,1873 

27, 1873 

4,1873 



Re<lway & Burton. {See Redway, A. J.. as.Hignor.) 



Sept 9,1873 
Feb. 11,1873 
Apr. 22, 1873 
Apr. 15, ISTJ 
Jan. 14, 1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Nov. 4,1873 



June 10, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Jan. 14,1873 
Sept 30, 1873 
Dec. 16,1873 
Aug. 5,1873 
June 17, 1873 



Feb. 11, 18TJ 
Feb. 25,1873 



Mar. 18,1873 



i 



222 
731 

857 

30 
603 



bc 



74,75 
247 
294 

10 
196 



677 
292 
797 
613 
647 

356 
357 
935 
551 
873 
765 
102 
406 
45 
452 
713 

342 



297 
760 



225 

263 
201 
212 

121 
121 
317 
187 

92 
251 

33 
124 



147 
225 

116 



97,98 
241 



615 



194 



584 
664 

80 
582 
949 

177 

700 

29 

88 

418 

358 

405 

659 

740 

87 



261 
424 

843 
616 
399 
617 

98 



383 
384 
400 
818 
583 
152 
490 



425 
812 



605 



e 



192 
208 

25,26 
191 
299 

56,57 

232 

11 

30 

131 

121 

136 

223 

235 

27 



122 
138 
266 
194 
127 
194 
•33 



119 
119 
128 
280 ' 
191 
49 
155 



138 
262 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



4 
4 

3 



4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 



4 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 



3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 



3 
3 



cS 

P4 



4 407 
4 572 
4 360 



611 
84 
691 
691 
691 
691 



3 691 



3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
3 

4 
4 
4 
4 

4 

3 
3 
4 

4 
3 



691 
691 
691 
329 
621 
227 
659 
204 

282 
283 
366 
309 
42 
98 
506 
401 
139 
189 
449 

47 



278 

453 
.387 
417 
691 
431 
416 
416 



199 
574 

592 
656 
476 

259 

466 
248 
253 
.542 
283 
534 
566 
588 
134 



283 
172 
459 
431 
52 
432 
486 



655 
656 
52 
357 
656 
147 
671 



172 
229 



200 



312 



UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE, (873 



147 



Alph-ahetical list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



135,587 
137, 148 



135,156 
\m, 762 

136,763 
145, 341 

130,735 
138,528 
139, 613 
144, 140 
141, 460 
143, 813 
140.644 
i:r7» 149 

143, 943 
135,389 
139, 815 
139,736 

144, 476 
136,366 
144, 794 

140,540 
135,009 
140, 730 
142,867 
1:J6,367 



135,363 
137, 796 
137, 721 
144,699 



143,814 

143,583 
138, 539 

138,436 

143,350 

5,360 

6,375 
137,038 
139, 431 



138, 345 
141, 171 
139, 816 
145, 343 
141, 817 
143, 043 

141, 728 

135,848 
143,464 
145, 447 
145,685 
139.079 

145, 136 
143, 419 
144, 795 
136,095 



143. 930 
138,285 
136,385 

140, 843 
135, 488 



144,227 
145,686 
135,588 

138, 93:} 

6,807 

141,461 



Name, residence, and inventioo. 



Red way, A. J., assignor to Redway St, Burton. Cincinnati, Ohia Lining for fire-places. 
Roed, Am assignor of one-bal/ interest to W. T. Cooley, Cliicago, HI. Extension-table. . 
Reed &. Barton. (See Brabrook, 6., assignor.) 

Same (See Gill, G., assignor) (Design.) 

Reed. B.D., Westfield, Mass. Butter-knife rest 



Reed, C. W., Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Sewing-machine cover 

Reed, D. A., et aX. (See Gray, L. N. B., assignor.) 

Ree<l, G. A., New York. N. t!". Headlining for barrels 

Reed, G. D., assignor of two- thirds interest to J. E. Graves and W. Bailey, Springfield, 

Vt. Guitar 

Reed, G. P.,Malden, Mass. Stem winding and setting watch 

Reed, G, P., and H. B. Day, Maiden, Mass. Combined watch-key and screw-driver 

Reed, G. W., Middlesex, Pa. Dnm ping-apparatus 

Reed, H. J. O., Salem. Mass. Floor-clamp 

Reed, H. O., Boston, Mass. Screw-cuttiug machine 

Same Table for sawing- machines 

Reed, J. A., Dunellon, N. J. Nut-lock 

Reed, J. J.. Lyons. Iowa. Can-opener 

Reed, J. V., New Albany, Ind. Car-coupling 

Roed, J. W., Careyville, Mo. Plow 

Reed, L., Allegheny, Pa. Washing-machine .1 

Reed, N. F., North Wolcott, Vt Washing-machine 

Reed, S., Liberty, Pa. Car-coupling 1 . 

Reed, S. H., and T. Thompson, Fredericktown, Ohio. Harvester-cutter 

Reed, T. L., and £. F. Phillips, Providence, R. L Insulating and finishing compound 

for conducting- wires 

Reeder, C. V"., San Jo66, CaL Bed-bottom , 

Reeder, O., Baltimore, Md. Windless 



Rees, J . S., Phillipsburgh, N. J. Pnddling-fumace door. 
Reese, A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Rail way -car stove. 



Reese, A., and J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Machine for corrugating sheet-iron 

Reese, A. R. (See Shireman, J. H., assignor.) 
Reese, C. M. (See Reese, E., assignor.) 

Reese, E., assignor to C. M. Reese, Eutaw, Ala. Plow 

Reese, E., Mahanoy City, Pa. Steam-pump and condenser 

Reese, F., Calera, Ala. Broom 

Reese, G. F. C, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half interest to R. R. Sinclair, New York, N. 

Y. Method of fastening artificial teeth 

Reese, J. (See Reese, A., and J.) 

Reese. T. H., et a{. (See Furguson, W., assignor.) 

Reeve, A. (See Tunison Si, Reeve.) 

Reeve, T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Bel^shifting mechanism for planers and lathes 

Reeves, I)., et(U. (See Clark, T. C, assignor.) 

Reeves, J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Coupling for connecting cradles to rocking-chairs 

Reeves, S. H., New York, N. Y. Spring bed-bottom 

Reeves, W. H. (See Way, T. R., assignor.) 

Regan, H. W., Renovo, T'a. Lubricator 

Regester, J., and W. H. Bowen, Baltimore, Md. ^top-cock 

Renfuss, G., assignor to American Button-Hole and Overseaming Sewing-machine Com- ) 

pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Sewing-machine (Reissue) 5 

Same same (Design).. 

Same same 

Same Shuttle for sewing-machines 

Reichert, G. A., jr., et al. (See Shoemaker, D., assignor.) 
Reichert, J. H., et al. (See Shoemaker, D., assignor.) 

Reichhardt, P. H., & M. Schnapp, Brunswick, Mo. Automatic-fan 

Reid, A ., assignor to self and W. Reid, New York, N. Y. Self-closing hatchway 

Reid, A. H., Brandy wine Manor, Pa. Scraper 

Same (jurry-comb 

Reid, C. H., Dan bury. Conn. Lathe-chuck 

Same Button-fastening 

Roid, L. (See Phillips & Reid.) 

Reid, S., Chicago, Hi. Balance slide-valve 

Reid, W. (See Reid, A., assignor.) 

Reifl; W. H., Philadelphia, Pa. Showcase 

Reifschneider, F., New York. N. Y. Picture-frame 

Reigart, J. F., assignor to sell and E. N. Darling, Washington, D. C. Endless driving-belt. 

Reiung, A., Bellevue, Iowa. Bridge 

Reilley, J. O., Jersey City. N. J., assignor of one-hall interest to H. M. Martin, New York, 

N. Y, Hand-punch and cutting-nippers '. - . 

Reilly, W., Newark, N. J. Ext'Cnsible-brace for supporting trenches 

Rein, J., & J. Stock, New York, N. Y. Bullet 

Rcinemer, W. Homburg, Prussia. Wash-boiler : , . 

Reiner, H. F., Blairsville, Fa., assignor to self and F. Loflnk, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bottle- 



stopper 

Reiners, J., et aU (See Buckner, C, assignor.) 
Reinhardt, C. (See Cyrani & Reinhardt.) 

Reinhart, J., New York, N. Y. Hobby-horse 

Reini^, J., Fond du Lac, Wis. Wash-boiler 

Reinkiug, C. D., Des Moines, Iowa. Wash-boiler attachment 
Reinoehi, J., Jr. (See Melinger, C. K., assignor.) 
Rembert, S. S., Memphis, Teun. Pencil-case 



Date. 



Remhof, C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined tobacco-box and match-box 

Remington, £., Sc Sons. (See Elliot, W. H., assignor) (Reissue.) 

^nie (See Richardson, J. C, assignor.) 

Same (See Smoot, W., assignor.) 

Remington, G. H., B. D. Thayer, and J. P. Manton, Providence, R. I. Ship's windlass. . . . 

Renaud, £., Washington, D. C. Welding copper 

Render, F., Etchells, England. Flour-bolt 

Renevey, A. (See Tailbouis &, Renevey.) 

Reniff. A.B. Bingham's Mills, N. Y. "Water-wheel 

Reuifi^ R., Bloomingtou, 111. Safety-stirrup (Design) . 

Kenker, L., H«lM)ken, N. J. Device for locKing drawers 

Reunot', D. M. (See Ilea, Pyke, & Rennoe.) 



Feb. 4, 1873 
Mar. 25, 1873 



Jan. 31,1873 
Mar. 11, 1873 

Mar. 11, 1873 

Dec 3, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
May 6,1873 
June .3, 1873 
Oct. 38,1873 
Ang. 5,1873 
Sept. 16, 1873 
July 8,1873 
Mar. 35, 1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Jan. 38,1873 
Tune 10, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Nov. 11, 1873 
Feb. 35,1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 
July 1, 1873 
Jan. 31,1873 
July 8,1873 
Sept 16, 1873 
Feb. 25, 1873 



Jan. 38,1873 
Apr. 15, 1873 
Apr. 8, 1873 

Nov. 18, 1873 



Sept 16, 1873 

Sept 9,1873 
May 6,1873 

Apr. 29, 1873 
Sept 2,1873 

Jan. 28,1873 

Jan. 28, 1873 
Mar. 18, 1873 
May 27, 1873 



Apr. 29, 1873 
July aj, 1873 
June 10, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Aug. 12, 18rj 
Aug. 19, 18TJ 

Ang. 12, 1873 

Feb. 11,1873 

Oct 7, 1873 

Dec. 9, 1873 

Dec 16,1873 

May 20, 1873 
Dec. 2, 1873 
Oct 7, 1873 
Nov. 18, 18TJ 

Fob. 18,1873 



Oct 21,1873 
Apr. 29, 1863 
Mar. 4, 1873 

July 15, 1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 



Nov. 4,1873 
Dec 16,1873 
Feb. 4, 1873 

May 13,1873 
Aug. 19, 1873 
Aug, 5, IbTJ 



Monthly 
volume. 






185 
722 



604 
370 

370 

181 
279 

55 
147 
701 

46 
443 
273 
733 
.•^52 
743 
:)52 
282 
263 
813 

538 
168 
483 
342 

487 
813 



812 
481 
406 

460 



443 

241 
56 

1,083 
25 

845 



607 

882 



1,004 
765 
353 
182 
373 
586 

290 

426 

57 

363 

583 

561 
82 
22 

539 

648 



497 

953 

30 

444 

88 



52 

584 
185 

419 






57 
240 



196 
C122 
il23 

123 

62 

87 

19 

49 

232 

14 

150 

92 

240 

187 

240 

109 

87 

88 

262 



57 
155 
116 
166 
262 



262 
150 
125 

156 



150 

79 
19 

342 

10 
C272 
{273 



201 
283 



316 
251 
109 
63 
122 
192 

95 

138 

20 

121 

191 

176 

27 

9 

183 

212 



168 

300 

11 

151 
27 



16 



Official 
Gazette. 



e 



58 
131 



3 
3 



3 



4 

3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 

4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
9 



3 
3 
3 



4 
3 

3 
4 



3 
3 
3 



3 
4 
3 
4 
4 
4 



3 
4 
4 
4 

3 
4 
4 
4 



4 

3 
3 

4 

3 



4 

4 
3 

3 
4 
4 



142 
333 



84 
284 

284 

599 
647 
502 
621 
466 
139 
300 
42 
333 
309 
107 
653 
647 
511 
229 

545 

22 

74 

47 

304 

229 



113 
430 
401 

538 



300 

273 
502 

486 
244 

115 

100 
312 
600 



480 
98 
653 
600 
173 
199 

166 

172 
385 
627 
657 

566 
592 
382 
545 

204 



439 
476 
248 

64 
134 



482 
657 
142 

543 
185 
139 



148 



INDEX OF PATENTS ISSUED FROM THE 



Alphiibettoal list of patentees for the year 1873 — Continued. 



No. 



143,843 
143,843 

143. 844 

143. 845 
143,846 
136, 617 
138,934 
138,530 

139,973 
136. 547 
143, 815 
139, 817 



139,190 
143, 430 
14:2, 513 



135,738 

143,641 
145,343 
144,796 

148.799 
140, 951 

138,935 

139. 614 i 

145. 013 

138,583 

143,730 

145,590 

141,950 

138,386 



134,770 
135,390 



141, 818 
134,771 

135,939 

137,096 
137,738 

143,375 

139,863 
143,300 
137,864 
143,584 
139, 615 
139. 616 
143, 717 
139, 918 

143, 119 



136,368 
143, 187 



138, 194 

136.867 
143,731 

148,044 

144,936 



137,483 

143, 531 

144, 411 
143,354 

143, 931 



Name, residence, and invention. 



Benshaw, D., Philadelphia, Pa. Sectional steam -generator 
Same same 



Same same -♦. 

Same same. 

Same Superheater 

Ronshaw, G. P., Park Yalle v, England. Hydraulic railway-brake 

Rensink, J. D.. Bridgeport, 'N. J. Potato-digger 

Rentont G.. Boston. asMgnor to C. H. Isburgh, Melrose, Mass. Harness 

Renwfck, H. R {See Worthen Sc Renwiok) (Extension.) 

Replogle, M , MouUon, Iowa. Hopper for grinding-raills ■ 

Replogle, S. B., Roaring Springs, Pa. Car-coupling 

Same same 

ResMler, B W. S., Sl C. H. Tipton, assignors to selves and R. C. Cheeseman. Hagerstown, 

Ressler,C. H. (5^ Ressicr, R W. S/aiid C. H.) 

Restell, T., Birmingham, England. Breech-lo