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 Decade: 1890-1899
Air-Supplying Device For Diving Purposes.

Air-Supplying Device For Diving Purposes.

Date: December 5, 1899
Creator: Hensley, Frank A.
Description: Patent for a new and useful air supplying device for diving purposes, including instructions and illustrations.
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Animal-Trap.

Animal-Trap.

Date: December 5, 1899
Creator: Buckersberg, Simon
Description: Patent for a new and useful animal trap, including instructions and illustrations.
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Apparatus for Dispensing Oil, &c.

Apparatus for Dispensing Oil, &c.

Date: May 17, 1898
Creator: Haye, August
Description: Patent for a new and useful apparatus for dispensing oil, &c.
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Appratus for Treating Refuse Matter.

Appratus for Treating Refuse Matter.

Date: August 8, 1893
Creator: Carrico, Thomas W.
Description: Patent for "the perfection of an apparatus by the use of which night soil or garbage may be reduced to ashes in the shortest possible time and at a comparatively trivial expense" (lines 20-24).
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Armor for Pneumatic Tires.

Armor for Pneumatic Tires.

Date: April 12, 1898
Creator: Hansell, Robert Clark
Description: Patent for a new and useful armor for pneumatic tires.
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Artificial Teeth.

Artificial Teeth.

Date: September 17, 1895
Creator: Johnston, George A. & Carroll, Houston M.
Description: Patent for the lower set of artificial teeth, "and aims to provide retainers and combine them with the plate, so as to hold the denture in place against accidental displacement during the process of articulation, prehension, mastication, and deglutition" (lines 10-15). This invention "provides retainers which fill a vacuum in the mouth never heretofore utilized in the construction of artificial teeth and which form a rest for the muscles in their contraction incident to the movements of the jaws, and these retainers render a lower set of artificial teeth s comfortable and serviceable as if they were natural" (lines 22-29).
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Artificial Tooth.

Artificial Tooth.

Date: January 11, 1898
Creator: Carroll, Houston Monroe
Description: Patent for a new and useful artificial tooth for "supplying missing teeth or crowning roots" (line 10 -11).
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Autographic Register.

Autographic Register.

Date: September 29, 1896
Creator: Norcross, George A.
Description: Patent for an autographic register meant "to provide improved means for guiding, printing, cutting, and filling a record-bill and discharging original and duplicate bills" (lines 9-12). The printing and feeding mechanisms operate independently, bills may be any desired length, and checks may be numbered successively and dated.
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Autographic Register.

Autographic Register.

Date: September 17, 1895
Creator: Norcross, George A.
Description: Patent for an autographic register that provides "improved means for guiding, stamping, cutting, and filling a record-bill and discharging original and duplicate bills; [provides] improved means for guiding the strips of paper and holding the carbon or duplicating paper in operative position; furthermore, [provides] improved means for operating the several parts of the mechanism to insure accuracy and facilitate the subsequent permanent filing of the record-bills" (lines 9-19).
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Automatic Repeating Railroad-Signal.

Automatic Repeating Railroad-Signal.

Date: January 28, 1896
Creator: Innes, Robert Hayward
Description: Patent for an automatic repeating railroad-signal designed to be used with semaphore and other train-signaling apparatus. It eliminates mistakes made in notifying the central office and automatically reports "any change in the position or color of the signal to a central office over the ordinary telegraph-wire" (lines 14-16). The signal is a wheel that operates a key to send a message to the central office.
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