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 County: Robertson County, TX
Fish-Trap.

Fish-Trap.

Date: March 26, 1889
Creator: Green, John E.
Description: Patent for an improved fish-trap consisting of a net drawn in the rear of two boats with illustrations.
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Foot for Plow-Stocks.

Foot for Plow-Stocks.

Date: April 28, 1891
Creator: Brown, William B.
Description: Patent for improvements in plows by using the combination of “two forwardly-curved bars which clamped to a plow-beam, and the heel having its forward end rigidly secured between the lower ends of the bars and its rear portion bent upwardly and forwardly and secured between the bars.” (Lines 94-100) Illustration is included.
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Riveting-Machine.

Riveting-Machine.

Date: June 30, 1891
Creator: Carl, Reinhold A.
Description: Patent for improvements in "which rivets may be rapidly set in the material to be riveted, the rivet being driven and headed at the same operatio and without first punching holes in the material to be riveted." (Lines 15-19) Illustration is included.
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Fertilizer-Distributer.

Fertilizer-Distributer.

Date: August 4, 1891
Creator: Barron, John Davis
Description: Patent for improvements in fertilizer distributers by using a combination of a hopper, a detachable drill-chute, two shafts with fingers inside the hopper, and an inclined spring-held and adjustable apron attached at the rear end of the hopper. This adjustable apron allows the shafts to operate effectively and efficiently. Illustration is included.
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Improvement in Cotton-Pickers.

Improvement in Cotton-Pickers.

Date: June 18, 1878
Creator: Custer, George
Description: Patent for an improvement in cotton-pickers with design specifications and a description of applications and usage, including illustrations.
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Vehicle-Spring

Vehicle-Spring

Date: June 22, 1880
Creator: Custer, George
Description: Patent for the "improved construction of elliptical steel springs" (lines 7-8) in "carriage and car springs" (line 5) including instructions and illustration.
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Horseshoe.

Horseshoe.

Date: February 18, 1891
Creator: Custer, George
Description: Patent for improvements in horseshoes, which will have two parts that pivot together at the toe. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Thill-Coupling.

Thill-Coupling.

Date: December 25, 1894
Creator: Parker, Daniel
Description: Patent for a simple and inexpensive thill-coupling that "can be conveniently applied to any ordinary vehicle, which is arranged in such a way that rattling is positively prevented, and which, when the thills are dropped, permits them to be freely lifted from the coupling; also to a modified form of the device designed to prevent rattling only" (lines 12-18).
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Muzzle-Yolk.

Muzzle-Yolk.

Date: March 10, 1896
Creator: Courtney, Thomas Lafayette
Description: Patent for a cattle-yolk that stops the animals from jumping or breaking through fences. The yolk "will bind upon him, thus effectually stopping the animal from any further effort" (lines 12-15) if it tries to jump or break through a fence.
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Fence-Stay.

Fence-Stay.

Date: July 21, 1896
Creator: Munger, Ennis
Description: Patent for a simple and inexpensive fence-stay that "may be readily applied in a secure manner to horizontal fence-wires" (lines 12-13). The posts are sheets of metal, and metal T-shaped tongues hold the wires in place.
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