Device for Preventing Back Flow of Water in Cellars 
--Hugh M. Browne, Washington, D. C., April 29, 1890.
  426,429.

Electric Switch for Railroads-Philip B. Downing,
Boston, Mass., July 17, 1890.  430,118.

Blind Stop-Abram Pugsley, Jamestown, R. I., 
July 29, 1890.  433,306.

Shutter Worker-Abram Pugsley, Jamestown, R. I.,
Aug. 5, 1890.

Water Evaporators for Hot Air Registers-Andrew F.
Hilyer, Washington, D.C., Aug. 26, 1890.  435,095.

Safety Gate for Bridges-H. H. Reynolds, Detroit,
Mich., Oct. 7, 1890.  437,937.

Drill for Boring and Reaming-J. R. Watts, Springfield,
ILL, May 5, 1891.  451,789.

Lasting Machine-Sept. 22, 1891 -- Jean Earnest
Matzeliger (dec’d), Lynn, Mass., (Cuban).  459,899.

Car Coupling-James Dixon, Cincinnati, Ohio, March, 29,
1892.

Bracket for Miners’ Lamps-J. R. Watts, Springfield, ILL,
March 7, 1893.  493,137.

Railroad Signal-A. B. Blackburn, Springfield, Ohio,
Dec. 23, 1884.  309,517.

Railway Signal-A. B. Blackburn, Springfield, Ohio,
Jan. 10, 1888.  376,362.

Spring Seat for Chairs-A. B. Blackburn, Springfield,
Ohio, April 3, 1888.  380,420.

 

 

 

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