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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F03MACHINES OR ENGINES FOR LIQUIDS; WIND, SPRING WEIGHT AND MISCELLANEOUS MOTORS; PRODUCING MECHANICAL POWER; OR A REACTIVE PROPULSIVE THRUST, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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l J. SUTLIPF, Sr.

I MOTOR.'

No. 257,103. Patented Apr.25,1882;

4% WISBS; j l 4 Y BY ATTORNEYS.

' UNITED STATES PATEN'I OFFICE.

' JOHN SUTLIFF, SR., OE `HUNTSVILIZE, MISSOURI.

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sPEcIFrcATIoN formingpart of Letters Patent No. 257,103, dated April e5, Issa.vv Application tiled September 13,1881. (No model.) Y

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, JOHN SUTLIIFF, Sr., of Huntsville, in the county of Randolph and State of Missouri, have invented a new and Improved Motor, of vwhich the following is a specification. Y

The invention consistsl of. a tubular lever pivoted on the edge of a water-tank, the inner or longer end of this lever terminating in a ball ora hollow vessel and the outer end being connected by a connecting-rod with a cog- A wheel engaging with a pinion on the driven shaft. 'lhe above-mentioned connecting-rod,

is connected by means of an additional connecting-rod with a box containing a weighted ball, which box is arranged above and connected with a bellows connected by a iexible tube with the tubular lever, all these parts cooperating, as will be more fully described hereinafter.

Reference is to be had to the accompanying drawing, forming part of this speciiication, in which a longitudinal sectional elevation of my improved motor is represented.

A tubular lever, A, is pivoted on the upper edge of a water-tank, B, and the inneror long arm of this lever terminates in a bulb or hollow vessel, G. The shorter or outer arm, D, of this lever A is connected by means of a connecting-rod', E, with a cog-wheel, F, engaging with a pinion, G, mounted on the shaft H, which is to be driven. A connecting-rod, J,

j connects the connecting-rod E at a short distance from its upper end with the end of a pivoted box, K, containing a weighted ball, L, ,or equivalent. The `under side of the boxv K, at

.the end opposite to the one to which the rod J is pivoted, is attached to a bellows, M, from .which a'flexible tube, N, leads to the hollow i the wheel F and pinion G will be rotated; but

at the same time that end ofthe box K to which the end ot the rod J is pivoted will be lowered by this rod J, and the -ball L will roll down the box K, and will increase'the weight o n that end of the box to which the rod J is pivoted. -The weight of this ball draws downward on the rod J, and thus also assists in operating the motor; but as one end of the box K is lowered the other end, which is attached to the bellows M, must be raised, whereby all the tube A, causing the bulb C to sink; but

thereby the end D of the lever A israised, and

the wheel F, which has made a half-revolution when the lever A and bulb C were raised, will now complete its revolution. At the same ti me that end of the box K to which the rod J is 'pivoted will be raised, and the ball L will roll toward the other end, which is lowered, whereby the bellows M will be compressed and air forced into' the bulb C and pipe A, causing the same to rise, and so on alternately.

Having thus fully described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent- A 1. In a motor, the combination, with the tubularlever A,pivoted on the edge of a watera tank, of devices for automatically and alternately 'filling this lever and its bulbwith air and then exhausting the air, substantially as herein shown and described, and for the purpose set forth.

Witnesses WILLIAM SUTLIEE, A. G. SUTLIFF.

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