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Apparatus for Operating Churns, &c.

Apparatus for Operating Churns, &c.

Date: April 16, 1895
Creator: Crawford, William H.
Description: Patent for an apparatus for operating churns, ice cream freezers, or the like, and is meant "to produce an apparatus in which there is simultaneously given to the vessel a revolving motion and a revolving or vibrating motion to the agitator working in the vessel" (lines 14-18).
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Bridge.

Bridge.

Date: June 16, 1896
Creator: Mitchell, Hirtie F.
Description: Patent for "a simplified and cheapened construction of bridge whereby the weight and strain will be more equally divided and the braces so arranged that expansion and contraction laterally are avoided, while permitting of the necessary expansion and contraction longitudinally of the bridge." (Lines 13-20) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Combined Cotton Chopper and Cultivator.

Combined Cotton Chopper and Cultivator.

Date: April 8, 1891
Creator: Rains, Columbus R. & Lanier, Madison
Description: Patent for improved construction and variability of cotton chopping and cultivating devices. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Draft Equalizer.

Draft Equalizer.

Date: July 18, 1882
Creator: Jones, Jeremiah C. & Robertson, Alexander W.
Description: Patent for an improved double tree adapted to be used without single-trees designed to equalize the draft in case on horse gets ahead of the other in a draft team.
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Feed Water Heater.

Feed Water Heater.

Date: August 10, 1880
Creator: Annear, John Henry
Description: Patent for a new and improved feed water heater. This design "provide[s] a system of levers and a float which will automatically regulate the feed or supply of water to such heaters and lime-extractors . . . and further, that by securing a uniform supply of water the steam acts more equally upon the water, and thus secures a more uniform deposit of the lime" (lines 22-33). This allows for fewer accidents and less damage to the engine.
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Improved in Medical Compounds or Liver Invigorators.

Improved in Medical Compounds or Liver Invigorators.

Date: January 9, 1872
Creator: Simmons, William L.
Description: Patent for a new medical compound to improve liver function.
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Improvement in Beef-Steak Tenderers.

Improvement in Beef-Steak Tenderers.

Date: October 11, 1875
Creator: Billington, Theophilus
Description: Patent for improvement in beef-steak tenderer by mounting “two studded or pointed rollers on to a stand; the rollers are arranged one above another, in order to mash the steak by rolling the meat between the rollers.” (Lines [6-9]) Illustration is included.
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Improvement in Running-Gears.

Improvement in Running-Gears.

Date: February 1, 1876
Creator: Gilmore, George W.
Description: Patent for running-gear on carriages that "consists mainly in improvements in the connections of the axles with the springs, perch, and other parts" (para. 5), with illustrations.
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Improvement in Wardrobe-Beadsteads.

Improvement in Wardrobe-Beadsteads.

Date: January 23, 1877
Creator: Sutcliffe, Wilson
Description: Patent for a new and improved office-furniture that combines a desk, bookshelf, folding bed, hat-rack, and wash-basin, including descriptions and illustrations.
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Insulator.

Insulator.

Date: June 18, 1895
Creator: Patterson, James M.
Description: Patent for a simple, inexpensive, and durable insulator meant for protecting wires for telephones and telegraphs. The insulator has two sections with recesses and locking apertures.
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