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Automatic Alarm for Stem-Boilers.

Automatic Alarm for Stem-Boilers.

Date: July 18, 1899
Creator: Prencel, Anthony M.
Description: Patent for a new and useful automatic alarm for steam boilers, including instructions and illustrations.
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Pyrometer.

Pyrometer.

Date: November 21, 1899
Creator: Koehring, Henry Von
Description: Patent for a new and useful pyrometers "in which the motive power is a column of metallic balls of high expansive quality inclosed in a metallic tube of less expansive power" (line 9 - 12).
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Well Drilling Machine.

Well Drilling Machine.

Date: April 10, 1900
Creator: Wiedner, Friedrich R.
Description: Patent for an improvement in well drilling.
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Car-Coupling.

Car-Coupling.

Date: October 13, 1891
Creator: McBride, Thomas Anderson
Description: Patent for improvements in car-couplings by using coupler-head, coupling-pin, different shapes of plates, operating-lever and link-lifter to “couple and uncouple cars without necessitating a person passing between the cars.” (Lines 14-15) Illustration is included.
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Car Coupling.

Car Coupling.

Date: September 8, 1885
Creator: Meusebach, Otto C.
Description: Patent for a new and improved coupling for railroad cars. This design "relates to improvements in that class of car-couplings in which the link is held in the draw-head by a tongue engaging the link; and it consists in the peculiar construction and arrangement of parts" (lines 7-11).
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Windmill.

Windmill.

Date: June 13, 1882
Creator: Lowther, Lorenzo Dow.
Description: Patent for a new and improved windmill. This design "consists in the combination of a central vertical shaft a series of supporting-arms projecting horizontally out from this shaft, a number of curved buckets which are pivoted at or near their centers between these supporting-arms, and suitable springs or weights which are attached to the inner edges of these buckets" (lines 13-20).
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Automatic Cylindrical Power.

Automatic Cylindrical Power.

Date: November 15, 1881
Creator: Hutchinson, Thomas E.
Description: Patent for a new and improved cylindrical power-source. This design "consists in the combination of a cylindrical slotted frame with a series of blades which are connected together in pairs, and which are alternately forced through the slots in the frame to receive the force of the wind or water and then retracted, so that they will offer no resistance during a portion of the revolution of the frame. . . . The object of [the] invention is to produce a motor which is adapted for use either as a wind-wheel or a water-wheel" (lines 13-27).
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Design for a Cabinet.

Design for a Cabinet.

Date: April 5, 1895
Creator: Carolan, Eugene P.
Description: Design patent for a cabinet with a rectangular body and an internal horizontal partition.
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Pump.

Pump.

Date: May 31, 1881
Creator: Maney, Henry, Sr.
Description: Patent for a new and improved pump. This design utilizes a new combination and arrangement of cylinders, pistons, pipes, chambers, valves, screws, levers, and air and water vessels to pump water more effectively.
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Cotton Chopper.

Cotton Chopper.

Date: November 30, 1886
Creator: Puls, Ernst, C.A.
Description: Patent for a new and improved cotton chopper. This design "is to provide cotton-choppers constructed in such a manner that the cotton will be chopped to a stand by the passage of the machine along the rows of plants, leaving the hills of plants at uniform distances apart, and which shall be simple in construction, readily controlled, and convenient in use" (lines 17-24).
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