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Churn.

Churn.

Date: July 18, 1899
Creator: Christie, James B.
Description: Patent for certain new and useful improvements in churns, including instructions and illustrations.
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Mirror Attachment for Bureaus.

Mirror Attachment for Bureaus.

Date: November 6, 1900
Creator: Horton, Mary Blanche
Description: Patent for an adjustable mirror attachment for bureaus.
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Design for a Shovel Cleaner or Knife.

Design for a Shovel Cleaner or Knife.

Date: May 3, 1887
Creator: Legler, Charles
Description: Design patent for a "shovel cleaner or knife" that has a particular configuration of a handle with a blade. The accompanying illustration is not included.
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Shaving and Sawdust Conveyer.

Shaving and Sawdust Conveyer.

Date: June 19, 1891
Creator: Ross, William & Beale, J. F.
Description: Patent for improvements that increase the efficiency and safety of conveyers that move sawdust shavings from the saw mills to the furnace or storage rooms. Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Wick-Regulator for Lamps.

Wick-Regulator for Lamps.

Date: November 20, 1894
Creator: Harding, Walter L.
Description: Patent for "an improvement in those lamp-wick regulators which consists of a threaded rod operated by a nut and connected to the wick, whereby the wick may be raised or lowered by operating the nut; and the invention lies in an improved connection between the wick and rod, by which the wick can be raised with more uniformity and ease." (Lines 8-15) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Button.

Button.

Date: March 11, 1884
Creator: Matthews, William H.
Description: Patent for a new and improved button. This design consists "[i]n a detachable button, the combination, with the hollow threaded shank of the button-head, having end serrations, and the base-disk, having a central screw, of the loose clamp-disk, applied on the screw, and having a spring-pawl or projection to engage the serrations of the shank" (lines 70-76).
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Saddle Mail Bag.

Saddle Mail Bag.

Date: March 29, 1881
Creator: Beazley, William H.
Description: Patent for new and improved saddle bags. This design calls for a saddle with two metal boxes with hinged doors at the bottom, through which metal pouches, to contain the mail, are inserted. The air left between the top of the pouch and the inside of the box prevents water from seeping into the box and ruining the contents, even when fully submerged.
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Mole-Trap

Mole-Trap

Date: December 20, 1892
Creator: Nelson, George
Description: Patent for a design for a mole trap that can be cheaply made but is also easy to set and use while also being reliable in trapping both moles and other small creatures.
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Flue-Cleaner.

Flue-Cleaner.

Date: June 28, 1892
Creator: Pharr, Walter. & Carter, W. T.
Description: Patent for a cleaner for a chimney, that is composed of multiple parts and is adjustable.
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Standard for Logging Cars.

Standard for Logging Cars.

Date: August 2, 1887
Creator: Minnock, Edmund Junius
Description: Patent for a new and improved standard for logging-cars. This design "consists of a pivoted standard connected by links to a lever a short distance from its pivot, so that when the lever is turned out of alignment with the links the standard will be firmly locked in position. . . . The object of [the] invention is to provide a standard for cars and wagons which can be readily turned down out of the way when loading, and which, when turned up into position, will be firmly and securely held" (lines 7-16).
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