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Acetylene-Gas Generator.

Acetylene-Gas Generator.

Date: February 20, 1900
Creator: Pitts, William Wirt
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvement sin acetylene gas generators, including instructions and illustrations.
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Advertising Device.

Advertising Device.

Date: March 20, 1894
Creator: Attaway, Henry F.
Description: Patent for "a simple and inexpensive advertising device adapted to be placed on street corners and other public places and capable of exciting the curiosity and attracting attention, and thereby directing the attention of persons to the advertisement" (lines 11-16).
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Apparatus for Trimming Hooves of Animals.

Apparatus for Trimming Hooves of Animals.

Date: December 11, 1883
Creator: Mullins, Joshua C.
Description: Patent for a new and improved hoof trimmer. This design "consists in an upright standard or support having a concaved supporting-recess adapted to receive the animal's hoof, with parallel guide-ways arranged in rear thereof, a trimming implement moving in said guides, and so constructed as to operate upon the hoof without injury to the frog, and means for reciprocating the trimming device from either side of the animal" (lines 16-25).
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Autographic Register.

Autographic Register.

Date: November 3, 1896
Creator: Bond, George D.
Description: Patent for a device to register fares in situations where passengers pay to be transported from one location to another, specifically by train. The fare-collector needs a way to have accurate receipts as fares are collected. The invention is a "small portable ticket-holder and registering device (lines 38-39), that issues valid tickets "which will enable a conductor to keep a correct current amount of fares as received as well as a record of tickets sold and mileage traveled on same" (lines 41-45), and prevents dishonesty in fare-collectors.
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Bicycle-Frame.

Bicycle-Frame.

Date: May 23, 1899
Creator: Mills, Virgel H.
Description: Patent for a new and useful bicycle frame, including instructions and illustrations.
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Bicycle-Frame

Bicycle-Frame

Date: September 11, 1900
Creator: Mills, Virgel H.
Description: Patent for a bicycle frame that can be used on bicycles in general, but is particularly suited for spring frame bicycles including illustrations.
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Bridle Bit.

Bridle Bit.

Date: May 21, 1889
Creator: Bowles, Zachary Taylor
Description: Patent for a new and improved bridle-bit. This design consists "[i]n a bridle-bit, the combination, with the bit-bar, provided with the loops of the angle-levers mounted on the said bar and having their corresponding arms respectively connected by the curb-chain and provided with rein loops or rings and the studs or pins on the levers engaging the loops" (lines 70-76).
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Calipers and Dividers.

Calipers and Dividers.

Date: July 12, 1898
Creator: Taulman, Joseph Edwin
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in measuring instruments, including instructions and illustrations.
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Caster.

Caster.

Date: April 19, 1881
Creator: Custer, George
Description: Patent for an improved design for casters, otherwise known as "rollers for bedsteads and the like" (lines 15-16), including illustrations.
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Clothes-Pounder.

Clothes-Pounder.

Date: May 2, 1893
Creator: Allgaier, George E.
Description: Patent for improvements in atmospheric clothes pounders: "Dividing the outer section into compartments so that air in escaping is distributed evenly from all sides of the pounder instead of escaping in a body from one side, whenever the pounder strikes a wad or knot of cloths and is tipped sidewise; it also makes the suction better" (lines 49-55).
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