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Apparatus for Washing and Draining Dishes.

Apparatus for Washing and Draining Dishes.

Date: January 14, 1890
Creator: Caradine, Virginia C.
Description: Patent for a new and improved dishwasher. This design consists in "[t]he combination, with a pan provided near its top on the inner side with rigidly-attached brackets, with a tray in the form of a pan whose side and bottom portions are perforated . . . the tray being of less diameter and height than the pan and provided on its outer side near the bottom with brackets and on its upper edge with handles" (lines 94-101).
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Apparatus for Washing and Scrubbing Gas.

Apparatus for Washing and Scrubbing Gas.

Date: March 7, 1893
Creator: Fitzgerald, John H.
Description: Patent for a washer-scrubber that cleans gas from "tarry matter, ammonia, sulphureted hydrogen, carbonic acid and other impurities" (lines 14-16). The machine divides gas into streams, sprays it with washing liquor, spreads it over reticulated and perforated plates.
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Appliance for Training Horses.

Appliance for Training Horses.

Date: August 10, 1886
Creator: Dodge, Israel Alexander
Description: Patent for a new and improved appliance for training horses. This design "consists, essentially, in a leg-halter composed of chains or ropes connected by a common ring, or otherwise, and connected with gyves or shackles to encircle the pastern of each leg, a yoke or frame placed upon the withers, or forward or back thereof, and provided with a clamp, and a band passing through the clamp and down to one of the shackles, or to the horse's leg, the other end being carried to a convenient point to be passed by the trainer or attendant" (lines 9-20).
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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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Aquarium.

Aquarium.

Date: March 18, 1884
Creator: Zanetti, Fortonato Clemente
Description: Patent for an ornamental suspension aquarium with easily removed plug or stopper for refreshing the water with illustrations.
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Arm for Telegraph - Poles.

Arm for Telegraph - Poles.

Date: March 8, 1898
Creator: Anderson, Lee
Description: Patent for a new and useful arm for telegraph poles.
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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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Arrangement for Supplying Air to the Furnaces of Stem-Boilers from the Wheel-Houses of Steamers.

Arrangement for Supplying Air to the Furnaces of Stem-Boilers from the Wheel-Houses of Steamers.

Date: December 20, 1859
Creator: Brandy, Louis
Description: Patent for the "improvement in supplying air to furnaces on steamers" (lines 5-6), including illustration.
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Arrangement of Devices for Lowering and Detaching Boats.

Arrangement of Devices for Lowering and Detaching Boats.

Date: March 16, 1858
Creator: De Veuve, Henry
Description: Patent for "lowering and detaching life and other small boats from large ships" (lines 5-7), including illustration.
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Artesian Well Borer.

Artesian Well Borer.

Date: January 20, 1891
Creator: Logan, Thomas H.
Description: Patent for a new and improved artesian-well borer. This design "will be actuated by the weight of the connecting-rods and sink-wells in rock, gravel, earth, or sand without the use of water" (lines 13-16). It consists "[i]n an earth or rock auger, the combination, with a tube and a shank reciprocating in said tube and adapted to operate the auger, of dogs adapted to be projected through the tube by the reciprocation of the shank to engage the well-casing and hold the said tube from rotary movement" (lines 62-68).
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