6McCarthyJune 6, 1871.
117,644KimballAug. 1, 1871.
119,589EstabrookeOct. 3, 1871.
123,038NewcombJan. 23, 1872.
123,054SpearJan. 23, 1872.
125,535BromleyApr. 9, 1872.
127,982MerrickJune 18, 1872.
129,195WilliamsJuly 16, 1872.
A machine for cutting a groove in the sole of a shoe in which the sewing-stitch may lie and be protected.
In Spear's machine, the sole being fastened to the turn-table, the tool to be used for channeling or beveling is slipped into the the tool is forced along, turning the table as is necessary.
Beating-out machine (shoe-machinery manufacturing Co.)
Spear's sole-channeling machine.
One in which soleshaped pieces are cut from the side or from sarmth of the tavern fire.
A pipe for conveying the voice from one apartment or floor to another.
1. (Weapon.) A very ancient instrument of war, consisting of a blade on the end of a long shaft.
It still survive
and other surfaces.
Tanner's (Fig. 6844) consists of a sole-plate a, to which is attached a block b, having a handle at each end. The cutter-holder c is connected to the block by a screw at each end. A central thumbscrew d serves to adjust the angle of inclination of the cutter e. The shavings ascend through the throat f.
A machine for giving a fine bright surface to veneer or veneered work.
Spear's machine has three sets of connected arms a b c, carrying three pulleys, the first of which receives motion from the drum d, and communicates motion to the second, which, in turn, transmits it to the third; the axis of the latter is cranked, and through the pitman e reciprocates the carriage f, from which the rubber g depends.
The whole arrangement has sufficient flexibility to permit the rubber to be traversed laterally by the hand, while the polishing is effected in right lines by its re<