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 County: Lavaca County, TX
 Collection: Texas Patents
Improvement in Bale-Ties.

Improvement in Bale-Ties.

Date: January 14, 1879
Creator: Johnson, Jordan
Description: Patent for a new and improved bale-tie design with different buckle and band. It includes illustrations.
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Wheel-Plow.

Wheel-Plow.

Date: November 20, 1894
Creator: Bunjes, Friederick
Description: Patent for a wheel-plow that is meant for southern states. All the parts of this plow are adjustable in order to adapt to different sizes of bedding.
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Fan.

Fan.

Date: June 20, 1882
Creator: Cohen, Moses.
Description: Patent for a new and improved fan. This design "consists mainly, first, in the combination with a swinging bar of metal or wood, or both, carrying the fans, of a balance-weight located at an angle to the line of the bar for the purpose of retarding its backward movement; and, second, in the combination, with a shaft and a hinge-connection uniting the fan-holder clamp to the shaft, of a removable pin by means of which the fan may be caused to move positively with the shaft or swing independently of it, as may be desired" (lines 12-22).
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Fan Attachment.

Fan Attachment.

Date: January 2, 1883
Creator: Cohen, Moses
Description: Patent for a new and improved fan attachment. This design "consists of an attachment for rocking-chairs, cradles, &c., and having an oscillatory arm adapted to hold a fan" (lines 9-11).
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Buckle.

Buckle.

Date: May 3, 1881
Creator: Burket, John
Description: Patent for a new and improved buckle. This design utilizes two separate tongues that run freely along a middle bar, which lengthens the life of the strap by distributing pressure and allowing for broken out, frayed, or otherwise worn holes to be circumvented for new ones.
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Bale-Tie.

Bale-Tie.

Date: December 30, 1879
Creator: Johnson, Jordan
Description: Patent for a new and improved bale tie. This design utilizes a strap-iron binder with notches along the sides that allow for a bail to clamp firmly within them; thus, the bale is fastened.
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Plow Colter.

Plow Colter.

Date: December 27, 1881
Creator: Kersh, Alvin Jacob
Description: Patent for a new and improved plow colter. This design calls for a colter that conforms to the face-curve of the plow shovel, thus forming a landside. The colter can be attached to and removed from either side of the plow standard.
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Barber's Paper Clip.

Barber's Paper Clip.

Date: January 17, 1882
Creator: Cohen, Moses
Description: Patent for a new and improved barber's paper clip. This design calls for "a clip formed by doubling upon itself a [flat] strip of metal," which will hold sheets of paper on which barbers can sharpen their razors. A hook exists on the opposite side, by which the paper clip can hang from the hot towel on the customer's face.
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Harness Buckle.

Harness Buckle.

Date: March 15, 1881
Creator: Garrett, Charles William
Description: Patent for a new and improved harness buckle. This design calls for a central cross-bar, upon which the frame rests, with fold-able arms that form a loop beneath the side-bars with the assistance of metal pins (lines 57-62). This design eliminates the need for stitching the strap being buckled.
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Electric Railway.

Electric Railway.

Date: January 12, 1897
Creator: Lomb, George W. C.
Description: Patent for an electric railway that has the electric conductor on or under the ground, in a tube. The tube gets electricity to the trains via contact-pieces embedded in the tube, and it collapses whenever the train wheels go over it. The tube and conductor are kept safe in a u-shaped hanger underground.
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