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 County: McLennan County, TX
 Decade: 1890-1899
Air-Ship.

Air-Ship.

Date: June 12, 1891
Creator: Walker, James C.
Description: Patent for a self-propelled, navigable air ship. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Animal-Poke.

Animal-Poke.

Date: October 6, 1896
Creator: Parker, William H.
Description: Patent for "a combined animal poke and halter of simple, inexpensive, and efficient construction whereby stock to which the device is applied are prevented from forcing through or throwing their weight against barbed and other wire fences, and also whereby a halter strap or chain may be readily applied thereto to provide for securing the stock in their stalls when stabled." (Lines 8-16) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Apparatus for Delinting Cotton-Seed.

Apparatus for Delinting Cotton-Seed.

Date: September 1, 1891
Creator: Hollingsworth, Joseph
Description: Patent for improvements in apparatus for delinting cotton seed: " Our invention relates to improvements in apparatus for burning off or removing the lint from cotton seed" (lines 14-16).
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Atomizer.

Atomizer.

Date: July 21, 1891
Creator: Robinson, Henry
Description: Patent for improvements in atomizers or instruments for distributing powders or liquids in which it provided “provision for closing the exit-passage and preserve the strength of the medicated powders or fluid and permit of the carrying of the same within the body of the device without danger of spilling.” (Lines 17-21) The rubber bulb is detachable and is used as a powder-box or as a bottle for fluid. Illustration is included.
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Automatic Wagon-Brake.

Automatic Wagon-Brake.

Date: February 2, 1897
Creator: Elliot, Joseph Samuel
Description: Patent for a new wagon brake design which allows the break to be automatically set, with illustrations.
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Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: July 13, 1897
Creator: Lane, Jefferson D. & James, Will S.
Description: Patent for an operating mechanism relating to baling-presses, with illustrations.
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Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: August 4, 1896
Creator: Killingsworth, Thomas H.
Description: Patent for a baling-press used for baling cotton "in which the cotton-bat is wound into a cylindrical form without the use of a metal or similar core" (lines 11-13).
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Coat-Adjuster.

Coat-Adjuster.

Date: May 11, 1897
Creator: Spoon, William L.
Description: Patent for a machine that holds a coat for a person and puts it on that person, thus avoiding the need to personally put on a coat. Pivoted arms hold on to the coat and clamps are connected to the arms which hold on to the coat.
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Convertible Mop and Brush.

Convertible Mop and Brush.

Date: April 7, 1891
Creator: Bagby, William H.
Description: Patent for improvements in convertible mops and brushes by using a “combination of the fountain-handle, the bail/frame secured thereto and provided with a rubber strip at its lower edge, and the mop secured to the bail/frame.” (Lines 3-7, p.2) Illustration is included.
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Cooling and Preserving Apparatus.

Cooling and Preserving Apparatus.

Date: April 30, 1895
Creator: Brown, Elijah Clark
Description: Patent for a "cooling apparatus in which a cloth envelops a vertically-disposed series of supports, and has its upper end dipping into a receptacle supplied with water; and the object of the improvement is to secure a uniformity of temperature throughout the structure, and particularly in the several compartments formed between the various supports, as well as to prevent the spoiling of food by foreign matters entering the same by accidental dislodgment from a support immediately thereover." (Lines 8-19) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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