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Mosquito-Canopy Frame.

Mosquito-Canopy Frame.

Date: March 10, 1891
Creator: Jatho, Adam
Description: Patent for an improved mosquito canopy frame using two different forms of locks and metal loops with screws or nails to increase the strength of the parts which “insure easy attachment and detachments of parts and at the same time preserve a close joint” (line 100-102), includes illustration.
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Medical Compound.

Medical Compound.

Date: August 30, 1892
Creator: Page, Thomas L.
Description: Patent for improvements in medical compounds: "provide a new and useful preparation for the treatment and cure of kidney and bladder affections" (lines 9-11).
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Car-Coupling.

Car-Coupling.

Date: January 19, 1892
Creator: Brimingham, Oliver M.
Description: Patent for an improved coupler, the object of the invention being to provide an improved means for elevating, holding, and releasing the coupling-pin, and also to provide a vertically-adjustable drawhead, which bae readily adjusted either during coupling or before or after.
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Hay-Press.

Hay-Press.

Date: July 28, 1891
Creator: McNeill, Charles Dewitt
Description: Patent for improvements in hay-presses by simplify and increase the efficiency of the power head, so that it is capable of baling more hay in a given time. Illustration is included.
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Fire and Burglar Proof Safe.

Fire and Burglar Proof Safe.

Date: March 18, 1870
Creator: Wilkins, Samuel Adams
Description: Patent for a safe "constructed as to be safe from fire and burglars, and at which the same time may be made lighter, and may be less expensive in manufacture than when made in the usual way." (para. 4). Additionally, safe is airtight and water-proof.
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Improvement in Devices for Driving Light Machinery from an Irregular Power.

Improvement in Devices for Driving Light Machinery from an Irregular Power.

Date: March 19, 1878
Creator: Everhart, Martin
Description: Patent for light machinery that runs on irregular power. Device stores power produced by wind-wheel.
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Improvement in Wind-Wheels.

Improvement in Wind-Wheels.

Date: March 19, 1878
Creator: Everhart, Martin
Description: Patent for a new wind-wheel design with pivoted frame and adjustable wings.
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Nursery Chair.

Nursery Chair.

Date: September 11, 1883
Creator: Reed, Emma T.
Description: Patent for a new and improved nursery chair. This design utilizes a U-shaped board with a bib attached to one side and hooks or bolts to the other "to secure a child in its seat and prevent its falling out or upsetting the chair" (lines 12-14).
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Improvement in Apparatus for Destroying the Cutting Ant.

Improvement in Apparatus for Destroying the Cutting Ant.

Date: August 3, 1875
Creator: Fenner, Ferdinand A. & Power, John H.
Description: Patent for "an improved apparatus for destroying the cutting ants in their nests." (Lines 9-11) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Improvement in Insect-Destroying Attachments for Cultivators.

Improvement in Insect-Destroying Attachments for Cultivators.

Date: December 30, 1873
Creator: Hurd, Charles T.
Description: Patent for "a fan or blower conjoined with a box containing any of the various powdered poisons used for destroying vermin which infest growing plants, as cotton, potatoes, &c., operated by a pulley and band, running from the axle of the blower to a wheel on the supporting-axle of the cultivator, seeder, or other machine to which the apparatus may be attached." (Lines 19-27) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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