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Fumigator.

Fumigator.

Date: December 1, 1891
Creator: Bozarth, Stephen P.
Description: Patent for an improved fumigator that's primary purpose is to kill insects within corn storage units without damaging either the corn or the building. Illustration included.
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Combined Clothes Washer and Churn.

Combined Clothes Washer and Churn.

Date: March 6, 1883
Creator: Bridges, Mary Jane
Description: Patent for a new and improved combined clothes washer and churn. This design "is to facilitate the operations of washing clothes and churning, and also to avoid the necessity of having a separate mechanism for each use. The invention consists in the peculiar construction and arrangement of parts" (lines 16-21).
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Fumigator.

Fumigator.

Date: July 20, 1897
Creator: Cock, Lewis W.
Description: Patent for "constructing a fumigator that the fire in the combustion-chamber may be caused to burn more rapidly in one part than in another, whereby the proportions of vapors and fumes may be governed at will." (Lines 45-50) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Cotton Picker's Wagon.

Cotton Picker's Wagon.

Date: February 21, 1882
Creator: Collins, Charles P.
Description: Patent for a new and improved wagon for cotton pickers. This design "consists in a suitable frame-work supported on wheels and covered on top by canvas or other suitable material to protect the pickers from the rays of the sun or from the rain, and on one or both sides of the frame, preferably both, is a trough for receiving the picked cotton" (lines 10-16).
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Cotton Picker's Wagon.

Cotton Picker's Wagon.

Date: May 1, 1883
Creator: Collins, Charles P.
Description: Patent for a new and improved wagon for cotton pickers. This design consists in "the combination of the frame, supporting wheels, cover, side-curtains, troughs, and partitions" (lines 53-55).
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Improved Stitching-Horse.

Improved Stitching-Horse.

Date: October 27, 1868
Creator: Depp, Thomas
Description: Patent for improvements in the construction of stitching-horses by re-configuring the original constructions, in order to make them better for users. The patent includes instructions and a single illustration.
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Improvement in Medical Compounds.

Improvement in Medical Compounds.

Date: July 14, 1874
Creator: Dixon, Shadrach
Description: Patent for a medical compound of alcohol (or "good brandy"), asafetida, camphor, laudanum, yellow jessamine, sassafras, and water.
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Baling-Press.

Baling-Press.

Date: April 7, 1896
Creator: Franks, Lewis W.
Description: Patent for a simple and efficient baling-press that has an improved press-box and plunger-operating power. The connections between the power and the plunger will be lighter and the feed-opening of the press-box will be closed automatically. The machine has a continuously-rotating operating wheel that allows for an easier way to engage and disengage the pitman.
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Hose-Coupling.

Hose-Coupling.

Date: March 19, 1895
Creator: Goodspeed, Henry
Description: Patent for a hose-coupling that is "simple and economic in construction and which shall be capable of rapid and ready action without use of any tool for manipulating the same" (lines 14-17).
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Improvement in Wagon-Brakes.

Improvement in Wagon-Brakes.

Date: December 4, 1877
Creator: Hart, Alfred
Description: Patent for "wagons which have brakes applied to them, so constructed that in descending a grade the brakes will be automatically applied, and, in moving on a level or ascending a hill, the brakes will be relieved from the wheels." (Lines 6-11) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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