Scientific American, Volume 17, No. 26 December 28, 1867 A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures.
A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF PRACTICAL INFORMATION, ART, SCIENCE, MECHANICS, CHEMISTRY, AND MANUFACTURES.
NEW YORK, DECEMBER 28, 1867.
Vol. XVII.--No. 26. [NEW SERIES.]
$3 per Annum [IN ADVANCE.]
Improvement in Hulling and Cleansing Hominy.
HISERT'S ADJUSTABLE CULTIVATOR TOOTH.
Remedy for Cold Feet in City Cars.
Getting Your Money Back.
OFFICIAL REPORT OF PATENTS AND CLAIMS
Issued by the United States Patent Office,
FOR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 10, 1867.
Reported Officially for the Scientific American
PENDING APPLICATIONS FOR REISSUES.
MUNN & COMPANY, Editors and Proprietors.
THE LAST NUMBER OF VOLUME XVII.
COMMENCEMENT OF A NEW VOLUME.
A CHANGE AT THE PATENT OFFICE.
How to Make Intelligent Workmen--Go and Do Likewise.
The Iron-Clads at Sea.
THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN AS A MEDIUM OF BUSINESS.
HUNT'S IMPROVED STEAM PACKING PISTON.
Improvement in Hand Drills.
Improved Method of Securing Cutters on Boring Bars.
Tides and Their Causes.
The Great Hoosac Tunnel.
Horse-hair Snakes--Wonderful Transformation.
Man Proposes, but God Disposes.
Extraordinary Effects of an Earthquake--An American Man-of-War Carried Over the Tops of Warehouses and Stranded.
Recent American and foreign Patents.
Answers to Correspondents.
Business and Personal.
MANUFACTURING, MINING, AND RAILROAD ITEMS.
PATENT OFFICE DECISIONS ON APPEAL.
USEFUL COMPOUNDS ARE PATENTABLE--THE APPLICANT NOT REQUIRED TO PROVE THE FUNCTION OF EACH INGREDIENT.
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