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Cotton-Distributer.

Cotton-Distributer.

Date: September 19, 1899
Creator: Ogden, George
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in cotton distributers, including instructions and illustrations.
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Gin-Saw Cleaner.

Gin-Saw Cleaner.

Date: September 19, 1899
Creator: Ogden, George
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in gin saw cleaners, including instructions and illustrations.
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Station-Indicator.

Station-Indicator.

Date: December 20, 1898
Creator: Barry, Jefferson D.
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in station indicators for moving vehicles, including instructions and illustrations.
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Cotton-Chopper.

Cotton-Chopper.

Date: May 10, 1898
Creator: McCullough, Frank
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in cotton-choppers.
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Tool-Handle.

Tool-Handle.

Date: February 7, 1898
Creator: Barry, Jefferson D.
Description: Patent for tool handles relating to "improvements in handles for hoes, rakes, and similar agricultural or mechanical implements; and it consists in the novel devices hereinafter described and claimed (lines 10-15).
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Musical Hoop.

Musical Hoop.

Date: December 8, 1896
Creator: Milledge, John Henry
Description: Patent for "a musical hoop or wheel which is intended to interest and amuse children." (Lines 12-14) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Car-Coupling.

Car-Coupling.

Date: April 7, 1896
Creator: Barry, Jefferson D.
Description: Patent for a car-coupling that has a "hollow draw-head provided with a horizontal chamber, a vertical pin-hole near the forward end of said chamber, and a slot in the lower part of said draw-head opening into said chamber, of a sliding latch mounted in said chamber and provided with a lip projecting beyond the outer end of said latch and curved downward as shown, and with a groove on the lower side of said latch, of a pivoted arm engaging in said groove, and a weight integral with said arm and wholly inclosed within said slot and adapted to move said sliding latch forward beneath the lower end of the pin when the latter is raised" (lines 5-18). A coupling pin is mounted in the pin-hole.
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Saw Cotton-Gin.

Saw Cotton-Gin.

Date: December 31, 1895
Creator: Lumpkin, Robert B. & Ogden, George
Description: Patent for "cotton-gins, and more particularly to pneumatic means for removing the lint from the gin-saws, [the] object being to provide a constructions by the use of which the cotton will be taken from the saw-teeth in the condition of down and not in a tufted or ropy state." (Lines 10-16) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Automatic Cotton-Weighing Scale.

Automatic Cotton-Weighing Scale.

Date: July 9, 1895
Creator: Schulze, Andrew
Description: Patent for an automatic cotton-weighing scale that is designed "to be used in connection with pneumatic conveyers, and it is of such construction that it will automatically weigh any amount that its scale may be set at, cut off the supply from the conveyer, empty itself, and immediately reset itself, the resetting of the machine opening the supply-valve from the conveyer, so that the weighing operation can be repeated" (lines 13-21).
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Automatic Weighing-Scale.

Automatic Weighing-Scale.

Date: July 9, 1895
Creator: Schulze, Andrew
Description: Patent for an automatic weighing-scale meant to be connected to a pneumatic conveyer to weigh cotton, grain, or other products. The invention weighs "any amount to which its scale may be set, and then cutting off the supply and emptying itself, when it may be reset, preferably by hand, to repeat the weighing operation" (lines 18-22).
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