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Apparatus for Handling Seed-Cotton.

Apparatus for Handling Seed-Cotton.

Date: October 31, 1893
Creator: Bachman, Joseph A. & Clark, Frank S.
Description: Patent for an improved cotton elevator, separator, and distributor that is meant to move cotton from a wagon or storage, remove dirt, and deliver it to a gin. The "improved apparatus comprises a pneumatic cotton-conveying tube by which the cotton is lifted or carried to the distributor, a separator for removing the cotton from the air current, and a distributor comprising a trunk for receiving the cotton from the separator extending over the two gin feeders, having openings delivering into the feeders, and an endless chain conveyer moving in said trunk, causing the cotton to travel along therein and drop out therefrom through the delivery openings into the feeders" (lines 16-27).
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Exhaust-Steam Condenser.

Exhaust-Steam Condenser.

Date: August 20, 1895
Creator: Bachman, Joseph A. & Goeth, Adolf C.
Description: Patent for an exhaust-steam condenser meant for steam-engines in places where water needs to be conserved. It also "prevents the use of water for cooling the surfaces of the condenser" (lines 14-16).
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Improvement in Combined Wrench and Saw-Set.

Improvement in Combined Wrench and Saw-Set.

Date: January 22, 1878
Creator: Backer, Jacob
Description: Patent for improvements in the "combination of a wrench with a saw-setting device attached to the sliding jaw thereof" (lines 17-19). Includes instructions and illustrations.
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Convertible Mop and Brush.

Convertible Mop and Brush.

Date: April 7, 1891
Creator: Bagby, William H.
Description: Patent for improvements in convertible mops and brushes by using a “combination of the fountain-handle, the bail/frame secured thereto and provided with a rubber strip at its lower edge, and the mop secured to the bail/frame.” (Lines 3-7, p.2) Illustration is included.
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Combination Railroad Cross Tie.

Combination Railroad Cross Tie.

Date: May 21, 1889
Creator: Bagby, William Henry
Description: Patent for a new and improved railroad-ties. This design "pertains to certain new and useful improvements in railroad-ties, having for its object the production of a metallic tie extremely simple in construction, and by means of which a rail can be readily removed or secured in place and a firm elastic bearing is secured for said rail" (lines 14-20).
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Railroad Tie.

Railroad Tie.

Date: January 7, 1890
Creator: Bagby, William Henry
Description: Patent for a new and improved railroad-tie. This design "has for its object the provision of means for broadening the gage of a road at curves thereof and the production of a metallic tie that is extremely simple in construction and by means of which a rail can be readily removed or secured in place and a firm elastic bearing obtained thereof" (lines 19-25).
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Canopy-Frame.

Canopy-Frame.

Date: May 2, 1899
Creator: Baggett, Charles Bennett
Description: Patent for "a simple, compact and efficient extensible frame adapted to be supported for use either in connection with a bedstead or door and window openings, &c" (lines 9-13). It is constructed to be arranged in multiple positions and "to support the fabric of the canopy in the desired position without risk of tearing or otherwise injuring the same" (lines 15-18).
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Cotton-Chopper.

Cotton-Chopper.

Date: May 12, 1891
Creator: Baggett, Neil Jefferson
Description: Patent for improvements in cotton-choppers by using a crown-wheel attached to one of the ground-wheels of the chopper. When the ground wheels impart motion to the crown wheel, which in turn communicates motion to the pinions of the shaft. This shaft drives the two sprocket-wheels; the sprocket wheel that located in the rear portions of the crank-shaft imparts motion to the crank-shaft, which drives the vertical choppers. Illustration is included.
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Refrigerator.

Refrigerator.

Date: November 21, 1893
Creator: Baggett, Thomas A.
Description: Patent for a refrigerator that consists of a rectangular chest with "the inclosing casing provided at its upper end with a compartment or ice-chest having a space surrounding the same" (lines 28-30), a gap between the ice chest and the opening, a valved opening, and a food container below the ice chest.
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Napkin Ring and Holder.

Napkin Ring and Holder.

Date: February 12, 1884
Creator: Bahn, Gus A.
Description: Patent for a new and improved napkin ring and holder. This design is "to receive the napkin after it is folded, or to be used as a device for sustaining the napkin at the neck of the user when at the table. It consists in a yoke-shaped piece of metal having a hinged section for connecting the two ends, and serving as a ring, in combination with a clasp for holding the napkin . . . at the throat" (lines 17-25).
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