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 County: Brazos County, TX
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Coffee-Roaster.

Coffee-Roaster.

Date: November 23, 1869
Creator: Hall, Thomas J.
Description: Patent for a coffee roaster that intends to "supply a ready and cheap means of effectually stirring the grains of coffee while being roasted in any convenient and suitable vessel...(lines 6-9). The patent includes instructions and an illustration.
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Combination-Tool.

Combination-Tool.

Date: October 19, 1897
Creator: Burkhalter, William P.
Description: Patent for a tool that is comprised of a hammer, wrench, staple puller, wire cutter, and a claw. Includes illustrations.
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Combined Corn and Cotton Seed Planter.

Combined Corn and Cotton Seed Planter.

Date: March 20, 1883
Creator: Holland, Joseph J.
Description: Patent for a new and improved seed planter. This design is "to simplify the means employed for providing at will recesses of different depths in the wheel, and also to provide means whereby a recess of both greater width and depth can be provided for cotton-seed than for corn, whereby the cotton-seed can be fed from the hopper in a more certain, free, and efficient manner than heretofore" (lines 23-31).
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Combined Faucet and Automatic Toy.

Combined Faucet and Automatic Toy.

Date: April 25, 1882
Creator: Zanetti, Fortonato Clemente
Description: Patent for a new and improved faucet with a toy attachment. This design "relates to faucets for soda-fountains and the like; and it consists in providing the same with a jointed figure or automaton adapted to be operated by the escaping fluid" (lines 21-25).
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Combined Toy and Bottle Stopper.

Combined Toy and Bottle Stopper.

Date: January 3, 1882
Creator: Zanetti, Fortonato Clemente
Description: Patent for a novel bottle stopper. This design "consists in certain improvements in [bottle stoppers] whereby the outpouring fluid may be utilized to set in motion an automaton attached to said stopper" (lines 18-21).
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Corn and Cotton Planter.

Corn and Cotton Planter.

Date: September 21, 1880
Creator: Howard, Joseph
Description: Patent for a new and improved corn and cotton planter. This design "is an improvement in the class of rolling-hopper planters; and it consists in the construction and arrangement of the devices whereby the hopper is attached to the beams or frame of the machine" (lines 8-12).
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Cotton Gin.

Cotton Gin.

Date: April 11, 1882
Creator: Boatwright, Thomas
Description: Patent for a new and improved cotton gin. This design "has for its object to so attach the front and rollers to the device that the rollers may be cleaned and freed from trash, burrs, and seed, when necessary, without stopping the gin" (lines 14-18).
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Cotton Planter.

Cotton Planter.

Date: October 5, 1886
Creator: Lowry, Talman Porter.
Description: Patent for a new and improved planter. This design consists in "the frame, the wheels, the axle provided with the fingers, and the spout attached to the under side of the frame, of the hopper having a slot in its bottom decreasing in width from its forward to its rear end, plates, adjustably secured to the bottom of the hopper, the vertical shaft journaled in the hopper, and the horizontal arms on the said shaft" (lines 92-100).
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Cultivator.

Cultivator.

Date: November 23, 1886
Creator: Sutton, James Macaulay
Description: Patent for a new and improved cultivator. This design "is to provide an improved cultivator which can be very quickly and easily adjusted to adapt the device for marking out or laying off the roads or hills; to provide improved means whereby the shovels or blades are caused to always occupy the same relative position to each other, and adjust themselves when the beams of the harrow or cultivator are adjusted, and finally, to provide improved means for adjusting the shovels at any desired angle, so that they can enter or penetrate the soil to different depths" (lines 14-25).
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Fan Attachment for Sewing-Machines.

Fan Attachment for Sewing-Machines.

Date: November 1, 1892
Creator: Miller, George W.
Description: Patent for fan attachment for sewing machines: "adapted to be readily applied to a machine and capable of family an operator effectively without interfering with the work of the machine" (lines 12-15).
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