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Plow-Set.

Description: Patent for a new and useful plow set, including instructions and illustrations.
Date: December 12, 1899
Creator: Clark, Samuel Houston
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Insect-Proof Roller or Pedestal.

Description: Patent for "a caster or pedestal for beds, sofas, tables, &c.; and it primarily has for its object to provide an article of this character having means for destroying chinches and other insects or vermin, whereby to prevent same from passing up the post or leg into the bed, sofa, or table." (Lines 8-14) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: September 7, 1897
Creator: Curry, William Henry & Curry, Amey Marshall
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Riding-Saddle.

Description: Patent for a durable, simple, and inexpensive riding-saddle. The seat, front, rear, and middle jockeys and cantle are made form one piece of leather. The rear quarter is laced to the cantle, and the saddle has a bag for storing articles during travel.
Date: November 17, 1896
Creator: Percifield, Clarence W.
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Cultivator and Harrow.

Description: Patent for a simple, inexpensive, and efficient cultivator and harrow. The cultivator beam has a v-shaped tooth, arms extending forward.
Date: December 31, 1895
Creator: White, William C. & Stevens, John C.
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Attachment for Pianos or Organs.

Description: Patent for an attachment for pianos or organs that allows for the convenient movement of the instruments that does not damage the instrument or the building.
Date: October 31, 1893
Creator: Carter, James William
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Cotton Bedder and Planter.

Description: Patent for improvements in cotton bedders and planters in which when the machine “is used for planting, the seeding mechanism will be in place and the plow-beams are placed near together. The plow upon beam A will open a drill to receive the seed from the spout which extends downwardly in rear of the plow.” (Lines 114-121) “When the machine is used for bedding, the plow-beams are opened, and the seed-planting mechanism may be removed or simply thrown out of gear.” (Lines 109-113) Illustration is included.
Date: May 26, 1891
Creator: Parris, Thomas
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