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6. 515 169 Hodgman, A. D., New York, N. Y.—Sheet-metal and pasteboard-cutting ma-chine. B 29. 515 170 Sellers, William, & Co., Philadel-phia, Pa.—C 18, and annex. «;.■ Steam hammers. 514 b. Machine tools, punching, and shearing machines. 5^5 171 W^ashburn Machine Shop, Worces-ter, Mass.—Engine lathes with steel bear-ings, c 38. 515 172 Spiral Elliptic Spring Works, Cin-cinnati, Ohio.—Machinery formakingup-holsteiing springs. E 70. 551 173 Worcester, E.J.,& Co., Worcester,Mass.—Vertical drills for metals, black-smiths lathe. C 32. 515 174 Schon, Mathias, Englishtown,N. J.—Tire upsetting machine. (An-nrx.) 5^5 176 Nichols, Pickering, & Co., Phila-delphia, Pa.—Portable punches for punch-ing spike holes in rails. E 71. 515 176 Prentice & Co., W^orcester, Mass.—Lathes, slide rests, drills. C 31. 5^5 177 Van Hagen,C.,& Co., Philadelphia,Pa.—Rotary shapers, iron planers, drillsharpeners, drills, and boring tools. C 30. 515 The Acme Patent Pipe Cutter.
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MANUFACTURED ENTIRELY OF SOLID CAST STEEL. Is adapted to widely varying classes of work, andwill be found to operate equally well on Wrought Iron Gas and Steam Pipes,Boiler Tubes, Oil-Well Tubes,Round Iron, Bolts, Shaft-ing, Brass and Cop-per Pipes, etc. It is as claimed an actual cutter, and does not depend on force ofpressure to indent the pipe until it can be broken off ; but cuts out a regularchip precisely similar to the action of a lathe tool, leaving the end of pipe per-fectly square and true, entirely devoid of any burring inside or outside, andready for the die without being touched with a file. The knives are of such simple construction that any blacksmith can replacethem. This will often be found an advantage by mechanics working at a dis-tance from their shops. The knife may be ground on any ordinary grindstone,, and so be kept con-stantly in good order. For Descriffive Price Lists, address PANCOAST & MAULE, PHILADELPHIA, PA., U. S. A. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE
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