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 County: Guadalupe County, TX
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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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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Improvement in Cotton Scrapers and Choppers.

Improvement in Cotton Scrapers and Choppers.

Date: February 23, 1875
Creator: McClaugherty, William H.
Description: Patent for "the invention of a new and useful Improvement in Combined Cotton Scraper and Chopper" (lines 3-5), including illustrations.
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Improved Cosmetic.

Improved Cosmetic.

Date: October 20, 1868
Creator: Wilson, John M.
Description: Patent for improvements in the composition of cosmetics for removing freckles or tan-discoloration, including a description.
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Improvement in Cotton-Presses

Improvement in Cotton-Presses

Date: October 18, 1870
Creator: Booton, Sinclair
Description: Patent for "a new and improved cotton-press" (line 3) using a stationary toothed wheel, including instructions and illustrations.
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Improvement in Shot-Cases and Distributers

Improvement in Shot-Cases and Distributers

Date: January 3, 1871
Creator: Booton, Sinclair
Description: Patent for a "new receptacle for holding several grades of shot, and to an adjustable distributing device for the same. Its object is to enable traders to keep the several kinds or grades of shot in one receptacle, but so that suitable quantity of any one kind can be readily and conveniently measured out" (lines 20-26).
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Improvement in Tanning.

Improvement in Tanning.

Date: December 5, 1865
Creator: Park, John E.
Description: Patent for improvements in tanning materials: "extractive matter for the manufacture of leather from the wood and bark of the mesquit - a tree of extensive growth on the prairies of western and north western Texas" (lines 9-13).
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Improved Cosmetic.

Improved Cosmetic.

Date: February 25, 1868
Creator: Wilson, I. M.
Description: Patent for improvement in cosmetics by using various chemicals to enhance the cosmetics in which it “can remove freckles or tan-discoloration from the skin, and for improving the complexion.” (Line 5-6) Formula for the improved cosmetic is included. Instructions on how to prepare the cosmetic and how to use the cosmetic are described. There is no illustration.
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Improvement in Seed-Planters.

Improvement in Seed-Planters.

Date: December 28, 1858
Creator: Marshall, Frank M.
Description: Patent for the improvement of seed planters using a gage-wheel "to regulate the depth of the furrow made by the plow" (lines 16-17), including illustration.
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Improvement in Feeders for Cotton-Gins.

Improvement in Feeders for Cotton-Gins.

Date: September 11, 1860
Creator: Hall, S. Z.
Description: Patent for the improvement of cotton-gin by feeding cotton in a uniform manner of removing sand and dirt, separating hulls, leaves, and imperfect pods for improved quality and reducing physical labor, including illustration.
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