Abridgements of United States Patents on Underground Lines, to January 1, 1886

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Author, 1886 - Patents - 340 pages
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Page 164 - ... the conical strip of goods, and which, as it departs from the shorter curved edge, and approaches the longer curved edge of said goods, is adapted to have a proportionately increased range of feed-movement, substantially as and for the purposes set forth. (2) The combination, with a series of vertically reciprocating needles, mounted in a laterally reciprocating sewing-frame, of conical feed-rolls, and mechanism for causing them to act intermittingly during the intervals between the formation...
Page 161 - ... the whole being constructed and arranged in the manner and for the purpose substantially as set forth.
Page 82 - ... sufficient size to cover one side of the envelope, as set forth. "'2. In a combined tag and envelope, the combination, with an envelope, A, having a flap, B, at one end, of the eyelet D in the free end of the flap, and the eyelet C in that end of the envelope opposite the one to which the flap is attached, substantially as herein shown and described, and for the purpose set forth.
Page 89 - CC and a flat face, upon which to complete the clinching of the staple, substantially as and for the purpose set forth. "3. The combination...
Page 116 - ... substantially as and for the purpose set forth. "2. The combination of the connecting-rods BB' provided with arms at their ends, with the half-elliptic springs AA', substantially as and for the purpose set forth.
Page 197 - C, hinged to the uprights and having locking devices, all constructed and arranged to operate substantially as and for the purpose set forth.
Page 200 - ... between the stove back and reservoir front, open at the top and communicating with the air in the room, substantially as and for the purposes set forth. 2. The combination, with the stove A and reservoir C, of the small opening a, the sheet flue G under the entire bottom of the reservoir, and the small exit passage or pipe E, all substantially as and for the purposes herein set forth.
Page 82 - ... 1. The combination of the stationary staple-support or anvil A' and the sliding staple-guide B with the reciprocating slotted or recessed hammer, operating to insert a staple through layers of stock to be united, and simultaneously bend over its projecting ends, substantially as and for the purpose set forth. " 2. In a device for inserting metallic staples, the combination of the staple-guide B, anvil A', spring D, recess F, and knob G, the whole arranged to operate substantially as and for the...
Page 202 - ... or otherwise fastened within the tube to the slat-iron, substantially as and for the purpose specified. '• 2. The combination, with the metal tubes of bow-sockets, of a wooden filling, substantially as and for the purpose set forth." John A. Topliff states, as a witness in the case, that his improvement consisted " in placing a filling of wood in the tubes of the bow-sockets to strengthen the same, and also in extending the strip of...
Page 265 - C, and nipples c, provided with varying apertures g, when constructed and operating substantially as and for the purpose described. " 3. In combination with the...

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