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US 90081 A
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` To all whom ma/y ycommet.-
k I Be it known that I, LEONCLINE, of Chicago, in the county of Cook, and State of Illinois, have invented u `I. dohereby declare 4that the following is a full, clear,
.which the margin ofthe `paper `to be out is drawn.
` paper on a roller, paste it, and lay ,it on the wall.
i port, at `or near their tops, rubber rollers D, for laying per preparatory'to pasting it, and rubber rollers, B0,
`fall from the brush.
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fLEoN C LINVIinor CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
\ Latas PatmtNo. 90,081,1zamz May 18,1869.`
MACHIE ron HAN GammeA WAM-PAPER The Schedule referred to .in these Lette an Improved Machine for HangingWall-Paper; and
and exact description thereof, which will enable others skilled in the art to make and use `the same, reference being had to the accompanyingdrawings, and letters marked thereon, making a part of this description, in
` Figure lis a per vention.A
Figure 2,.a transverse central sectional elevation of spective representation of myin- Figure\3, a. broken elevation of those en rollers' to which the knives are fastened.
It also shows the groove `in the end piece through ds of Ithe `The present invention relates to a'haud-machine which is to out the margin `from wall-paper, wind the 3A A, iig. 1, drawing 1, and g. 2, drawing 2, represent the end i pieces which are securely fastened to a trough, G G' M, atrongh, I, and tie-rod, Z,y and sup,-
the paper ou the wall, a roller,lE, for winding the pafor guiding the paper when its margin is being out off by the circular` knives S S yfastened to their ends, springs being fastened to the end `pieces A, and bearfing on the ends of the` roller D, prevent it from turning by theweight of the paper.
rllhe` trough I is of the same length as the rollers,l and has'a slide, h.,`g. 2, `by meansjof which the iow of paste'` on to the brushyOI- is regulated, and a sliding lid, J ,which is drawn out when the trough is to be supplied with paste. v
Thetrough-G G M is used to cateh whatpaste may This brush is of the'samelength as the roller, and has abroad head, iO,A which hooks on to across bar, V, fig. 2, secured to the-i end pieces A, and it is held against theY lower. roller E by means of one orv more coil-springs T, bearing against` the under side of thev head, the other ends passing around pins put through .rsY-'atent and Vmaking part of vthe 'ame.
Istruction and arrangement of the brush, it canV be readily nnhooked and removed, for the purpose of cleaning oi the paste when the machine is to be put aside.
At iig. 3 it will be seen that the knives S S .run closely against the end piece A, and to provide 'room for the margin of the paper that is to be cutoff, a
the upper roller E.'
rection ofthe line 3, iig. l and 2.
After this the roller E. is removed by taking out the keys'a n, fig. 1, and lifting up the caps c o, which turn on staples m an, and then placed in slots f f, and then secured,` by pins N. Y.
'Ihe paper is now in position to paste and put on the wall.
'Ihe paste is putin the trough I, and the slide h so raised as to allow a sutcient quantity of it to ilow' down the brush 0 P. 1
The end of the paper is then drawn up and placed on the Wall as shown at d, iig. 2, and the machine run down the wall, so far as the paper is to be laid.
tionrollers H are to be pressed gently against the wall by means of the handles K.
Having this deseribedmy invention, What I claim, and desire to secure by ent of the United States, is-
M, rollers B O D, transfer-roller E, bmsh O P, friotion-rollers H, andsprings L, as described.
' LEON CLINE. .Witnessesz Y G. L. OHAPIN,
the backsupport U of the lower trough. By this oon- E; E. GIBSON.
groove, R, `figs. land 2, is so formed in the inside of I the end pieces, as to provide a guide for the margin, and carry it below the rollers and out of the way of time by the knives SS, is carried downward in the di- During this l'operation the rubber roller D and frie- Letters Pat! The combination of the troughs IJ H, and U G G