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A, s. BURNELL. BARBED WIRE-FENCE.
110,192,225, Patented June19,- 1877."
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ARTHUR s. BURNELL, on MABSHALLTOWN, IOWA.
lMPROVEMENT IN BARBED-WIBE FENCES.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 192,225, dated June 19, 1817; application filed May 25; 18771.
To all whom it may conccrnk" Be it known that I, ARTHUR SaBURNELL, of Marshalltown, in the county of hilarshall and State of Iowa, have invented a new and useful Improvementin Barbed-Wire Fences, of which the following is a specification, retcrence being had to the accompanying drawings.
The invention relates to an improved barbedwir fence, which is constructed in the manne hereinafter fully set forth.
The object of the invention is to providea wire cable or skein having immovable barbs, which serve to bind the wires of the skein to: gether, and have their points projecting at right angles from the skein, to whiclntheir central portions are. attached.
. Figure 1 is a perspective view of a. device embodying the elements of the invention. Fig. 2 is adetaehed view of one of the prongs. Fig. 3 isan end view, showing the prongs in position.
In the accompanying drawings, A. represents a prong. or piece 0E wire, theendsa of which are sharpened in any suitable manner. B represents a similar prong of wire, similarly sharpened, but lettered dilierently for convenience of illustration. 1) represents askein or cable formed of the two wires 11 and d, twisted about each other, which are alike in all respects, but lettered, as above stated, for convenience of, illustrations The device is'construeted as follows: The wires 1) and d of the cable]) are separated so as to form a loop or aperture, 6, and through thi s passed one end otthe prong A, the point projecting beyond' the cable a proper distance, the prong lying in close relation to the wire I). The prong B is now inserted through the loop 0, and between the pron A and wire cl. The central part of the prong A is then bent downward over the prong Baround and below the wire d,thence upward over the wire I), thence downward about the lastnained wire, thus forming a tie J that pro; vents theopening of the loop a and at the same time binds the prong B in place. The remaining part of the prong is bentdntward to stand at right angles to the other end ot; the prong. The prong B is then bent upward over the prong A, around and above the wire I), then downward around the wire 61, its remaining part being bent outward .to stand at right angles to itsother end. Thus it serves to bind the prong A in place and prevent the expansion of the loop. In binding the con tral portions of the prongs, the coils are so separated as to permit one to lie between the other, .as shown. A
It is ,manit'est that the above, construction provides a fourrpoint barb, which isimn ovably affixed to the cable, and which cannot be either rotated or moved laterally thereon.
What I claim as my invention, and desire tosecure by Letters Patent, is-
A barb for double-strand cable-wire fences composed of two pointed pieces of Wire, each of which passes over a. strand of the cable, thence between its strands, and reciprocally binds the other wire to the strand ofthe cable,
wherefrom the points of the wires project as from a center, substantially as set forth.
II testimony that I'claim the foregoing improvement in barbed-wire fences, as above de scribed, I have hereunto set my hand this 17th day ot'hiay, 1877.' I
- ARTHUR S. BURNELL. Witnesses:
I R. E. SEARS,
J OEL S. EDWARDS.
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