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Apparatus For Emptying Barrels Or Other Receptacles Containing Liquids.

Apparatus For Emptying Barrels Or Other Receptacles Containing Liquids.

Date: March 3, 1885
Creator: Hudson, Benjamin Franklin.
Description: Patent for a device to empty barrels and other receptacles containing liquids, including illustrations.
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APPARATUS FOR PUMPING WATER, SAND, &c.

APPARATUS FOR PUMPING WATER, SAND, &c.

Date: October 30, 1900
Creator: Butler, Thomas
Description: Patent for "an apparatus for emptying sandboxes of locomotives" (lines 13-14) "operated by compressed air to elevate and discharge sand, water, &c." (lines 10-11).
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Automatic Stopping Mechanism for Engines.

Automatic Stopping Mechanism for Engines.

Date: January 11, 1898
Creator: Hunter, Victor Emmet
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in automatic stopping mechanism for engines.
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: April 24, 1883
Creator: Whiting, Lewis Peck
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design "relates to car-couplings of that class which effect an automatic coupling by means of a gravity hook; and it consists in certain improvements in the construction and operation of the same" (lines 9-13).
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: October 17, 1882
Creator: Hale, Nathan M.
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design consists in "[t]he combination, with a coupling-pin, of the arm, rod[s], clip . . . and lever . . . [t]he combination, with a draw-bar having the extension of a lever limited by the stop-pin . . . [and] [i]n car-couplings, the coupling-link, made in two U-shaped parts, pivoted together . . . and sustained in coupling position by [a] spring or springs" (lines 96-105).
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: November 21, 1882
Creator: Hale, Nathan Mathias.
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design "consists essentially of contrivances for setting the buffer or draw-bar and a pin setting, tripping and uncoupling device higher or lower for adapting the coupling to couple self-actingly with cars different in height" (lines 8-13).
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: September 23, 1890
Creator: Godsey, William J.
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design "is to provide means for setting and supporting the pin and link of the ordinary car-coupler, so that cars will be automatically coupled when brought together; and it consists in a frame or holder for the coupling-pin and a frame or holder for the coupling-link" (lines 11-17).
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: August 18, 1885
Creator: Conner, Laurence H.
Description: Patent for a new and improved churn. This design consists in "[t]he combination, with a removable churn-body, of the frame, with a friction-wheel mounted thereon, a dasher-spindle provided with friction-wheel, movable notched bar, and spring-rod" (lines 79-83).
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: June 16, 1896
Creator: Haley, William L.
Description: Patent for a churn. The patent is for a "means for adjustably securing a series of vertically-arranged breakers in a churn-body of any size, operating with a revolving dasher" (lines 8-11).
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Churn.

Churn.

Date: September 15, 1896
Creator: Roberts, John A. & Vermillion, William E. C.
Description: Patent for an automatic churn, which is an improvement to a previous churn, no. 39,532. It has a two-part cabinet, the top part equipped with a hinged top, a crank shaft, ratchet-wheel, spring pawl, and a tubular square pocket at the end of the crank-shaft. The square pocket is where one can attach a handle to operate the churn. The lower half of the cabinet opens on the side and contains the container, dasher-rod, and churn-dashers.
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