New Woodworking and House and Carriage Building Inventions

1877 Scientific American  
�tttut �mtritan aud �ortign �attut�. $ titutifit 1\tuttitau. side to the other of the pivoted frame, so that a much less power is re quired to effect said transfer than is represented by the actual weight of [JULY 21, 1877. IMPROVED FENCE. Robert F. Ward, Senatobia, Miss.-The object of this invention is t<i Notice to Patentees. Inventors who are desirons of disposing of their patents would find it greatly to their advantage tohave them illustrated in the ScmNTIFIc AMER ICAN. We are prepared to
more » ... We are prepared to get up first-class WOOD ENGRAVINGS of inven tions of merit, and publish them in the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN on very reasonable terlll S. the levers. improve the construction of the fence for which letters patent No. 143,47� were granted to the same inventor October 7, 1873, so as to secure the rails William � � 3irge, Fr � nklin, Pa.-This invention consists i." th � arrangein vlace more firmly, keep them from being moved upward, and give ad ment of a . slIding valve m the lower end of a sa ." d pump, WhICh � s o � ened I ditional support and strength to the fence. It consists in the notches or by the weIght of the � ump a � d closed by a sprmg. It also c � nsls � s m the shoulders formed in the lower edges of the inclined strips to receive the arrangement of an aIr v � lve . m the top o� the sand pump, WhICh IS closed upper Edges of the filling rails, to keep the said rails in place, and in the by the water through WhICh It passes, WhIch acts on the fan-shaped end of upright strips attached to the inclined strips at the outer side of the filling We shall be pleased to make estimates as to cost of engravings on receipt of photographs, sketches, or copies of patents. After publication, the cuts become the property of the person ordering them, and will be found of value for ci:culars and for publication in other papers. the valve lever, and is opeued by the weight of the fan-shaped end of the rails. lever, and by the upward pressure of air created by the entrance of water
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican07211877-42c fatcat:bpvduuxpgbbznj4qpdoefh6vmi