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Sash Construction
Patent for sash construction with grooves no need for putty or points.
Tire for Vehicle-Wheels.
Patent for a vehicle-wheel tire with illustrations included. It is expected to provide "simple, inexpensive, and efficient construction adapted to increase the strength and durability of vehicle-wheels" (lines 12-14) and allow for easy replacements.
Bottle.
Patent for non-refillable bottles which can be filled and emptied easily with inexpensive construction. Instead of a stopper, a bottleneck pattern can be used which is efficient and safer.
Cotton-Gin.
Patent for a cotton gin that has a large ginning capacity (similar to saw types of gins) and also preserves the fiber (similar to roller types of gins).
Clothes-Pin.
Patent for a clothes pin consisting of a single piece of bent wire.
Improvements in Ginning Apparatus
Patent for improvement to a ginning point that provides support and holds points in position for cotton gin cylinder section.
Cotton-Press.
Patent is for a cotton press adapted to bale cotton and other materials by compression.
Mower or Reaper
Patent for the improvements of machines called mowers or reapers. It includes an explanation of the improved specifications.
Acetylene-Gas Generator
Patent for an acetylene gas generator which automatically regulates the feeding of carbide into the generator.
Apparatus for Handling Seed-Cotton
Patent for a seed-cotton handling machine for use in cotton gins which as an improved elevator and feeding system.
Collapsible Crate.
Patent for a collapsible crate, which is easier to ship while collapsed and cheaper to make.
Carbid-Feed Device for Acetylene-Gas Generators.
Patent for a carbide-feed device for Acetylene gas generators, which prevents moisture from getting into the carbide and causing it to stick to the walls of the feed tube.
Cotton-Chopper.
Patent for a cotton chopper, which "may be operated from either wheel" (lines 12-13).
Automatic Weighing-Machine
Patent for "an automatic weighing-machine possessing simplicity, accuracy, and capable of continuous and automatic operation" (lines 13-16).
Automatic Weighing-Machine
Patent for new weighing machine and hopper dispensing cotton-seed meal, including illustrations
Pneumatic Cotton-Handling Machine.
Patent for certain new and useful improvements in pneumatic cotton handling machines.
Boiler-Feed Regulator.
Patent for a new and useful boiler feed regulator, including instructions and illustrations.
Word-Counter for Type-Writing Machines.
Patent for certain new and useful improvements in word counters for type writing machines, including instructions and illustrations.
Wire Fence Building Implement
Patent for a wire fence building implement. This implement is "adapted to take up slack in an unbroken fence-wire, draw together ends of a broken fence-wire, so as to permit said ends to be spliced together, cut off surplus wire, and pull staples from the fence-posts" (lines 9-15). Illustrations included.
Plow
Patent for a plow. Illustration included.
Swingletree
Patent for a swingletree. Illustrations included.
Telephone Attachment.
Patent for a telephone attachment for multi-party lines, which allows the user to hold the line against eavesdropping by other users on the line and let multiple people use the line at the same time.
Hay-Press.
Patent for a hay press, which can form the hay bale without much pressure being exerted by the operators of the machine.
Cotton Press
Patent for cotton press. This invention "is the production of a press adapted for baling cotton and other materials in cylindrical bales in which the material forming the bales is compactly arranged under heavy pressure in superimposed spiral layers or laps" (line 10-15). Illustrations inlcuded.
Clothes Pin
Patent for a clothes pin. This clothing pin is made of wire and designed to be used for hanging clothes on a line. Illustration included.
Cotton Gin
Patent for cotton gin. Illustration included.
Safety Device for Railways.
Patent for a safety device for railways that stops trains if they enter a danger zone, which indicates that the train is to close to another train.
Thill-Coupling.
Patent for the invention for new and useful improvements on the thill-coupling along with illustrations and instructions.
Horseshoe.
Patent for improvements in horseshoes, which will have two parts that pivot together at the toe. Includes instructions and illustrations.
Vehicle-Spring
Patent for the "improved construction of elliptical steel springs" (lines 7-8) in "carriage and car springs" (line 5) including instructions and illustration.
Improvement in Cotton-Pickers.
Patent for an improvement in cotton-pickers with design specifications and a description of applications and usage, including illustrations.
Plow.
Patent for "an improved plow of simple and inexpensive construction employing two shovels so arranged and attached that either one may be quickly and easily removed to convert the plow into either a right or left hand plow, and has for its further object to provide a plow especially designed for opening new ground wherein the plowing is rendered difficult by the presence of roots and similar growth" (lines 9-18).
Trolley Mechanism.
Patent for a trolley mechanism that is a pivoting "yoke adapted to normally follow being swerved out of line when the car is going around curve of the trolley wire; to prevent catching on cross-wires in case the trolley wheel should leave the line-wire; and to adjust the amount of pivotal action of said yoke with regard to the trolley pole" (lines 13-20).
Foot for Plow-Stocks.
Patent for improvements in plows by using the combination of “two forwardly-curved bars which clamped to a plow-beam, and the heel having its forward end rigidly secured between the lower ends of the bars and its rear portion bent upwardly and forwardly and secured between the bars.” (Lines 94-100) Illustration is included.
Muzzle-Yolk.
Patent for a cattle-yolk that stops the animals from jumping or breaking through fences. The yolk "will bind upon him, thus effectually stopping the animal from any further effort" (lines 12-15) if it tries to jump or break through a fence.
Reflector Attachment for Lamps.
Patent for a new and improved reflector for oil lamps. This design's object "is to provide a cheap, simple, and durable device for attaching and detaching a reflector to the bottom of the chimney of an ordinary coal-oil or other hand-lamp" (lines 13-17).
Knockdown Barrel.
Patent for a new and improved knockdown barrel. This design "is to provide a cheap and easily constructed knockdown barrel for shipping fruit and other commodities. [The] improvement consists of the construction and arrangement of parts" (lines 7-11).
Stalk and Clod Cutter.
Patent for a new and improved stalk cutter. This design "consist[s] of . . . any desirable number of cutting-wheels constructed with heavy spherical hubs of cast metal and spokes carrying at their extremities horizontal knives. The said cutting-wheels are mounted . . . on a horizontal shaft provided with a longitudinal key-slot from end to end, so that the cutting-wheels may be adjusted in the desired positions thereon, the said shaft turning in boxes at the rear ends of a pair of longitudinal beams secured in front to an axle provided with two carrying-wheels and a driver's seat" (lines 9-21).
Horse Collar.
Patent for a new and improved horse collar. This design "is to supply a cheap, durable, easy fitting and self adjusting or flexible horse-collar for farm and other use, and which shall readily adapt itself to the form of the animal, and thereby obviate those abrasions which are so common with the use of a rigid and unyielding collar. To these and other ends [the] collar is made for the most part of what is known as "moss-yarn," with its strands or fibers arranged and the body of the collar subjected to pressure in a mold or press" (lines 9-20).
Oil Tank.
Patent for a new and improved oil tank. This design "relates to improvements in oil-tanks, and has for its object to prevent the waste of oil when emptying the can or vessel in which it is received from the factory, and to avoid the odor arising from the oil, and also to prevent evaporation after the oil has been introduced into the tank" (lines 9-15).
Cotton-Chopper.
Patent for a new "machine for chopping surplus cotton or corn out of the rows or drills, leaving it in hills at the desired distance apart" (lines 8-11) including instructions and illustrations.
Horseshoe.
Patent for a new and improved horseshoe. This design "is to provide an improved construction of shoe by which [the] contraction . . . of the hoofs of horses . . . at the heels . . . is prevented" (lines 19-24). It consists "of the plate having nail-holes, the depending flange located on the under side of said plate, extending from end to end thereof and having triangular recesses near each end, the triangular toe-calk, and the upwardly-extending beveled flanges at the rear or heel portion of plate" (lines 64-70).
Riveting Machine.
Patent for a new and improved riveting machine. This design "consist[s], essentially, of an upright-frame having a vertically-movable driving-rod therein, a vertically-separable set loosely mounted upon the lower end of the driving rod, and a stationary upright removably mounted in the frame beneath the driving-rod and set, [and] said upright having a spring-actuated sleeve extending above the upper end thereof" (lines 66-74).
Buckle and Back Band Hook.
Patent for a new and improved buckle and back-band hook. This design "contemplates certain improvements in combined buckles and back-band hooks; and it consists of a buckle having, or to which may be separately applied, a peculiar hook or tongue" (lines 10-14).
Wheel-Planter
Patent for an improvement on a patent granted on the 4th of October 1870, numbered 108,032.
Cotton Press
Patent for an improved cotton press that construct a cotton-press in which the cotton will be compressed by a continuous operation as it is received from the cotton-gin (line 21-24), the device “consists of two series of rollers arranged in a circle” (line 26).
Seed-Planter
Patent for a seed planter so that the distances between seeds can be changed from equidistant to a continuous row and vice versa and so that it can be adapted to sew both seeds and grains.
Corn or Cotton-Seed Platter
Patent for improvements in "a combined plow and interchangeable revolving seed-dropper so constructed as to permit of its being readilyconverted into a corn or cotton-seed planter with the least trouble" (lines 19-23).
Fence-Stay.
Patent for a simple and inexpensive fence-stay that "may be readily applied in a secure manner to horizontal fence-wires" (lines 12-13). The posts are sheets of metal, and metal T-shaped tongues hold the wires in place.
Horseshoe.
Patent for a horseshoe that has "a double crease in the bottom face or under side of the shoe and peculiarly-arranged corrugations or roughened surfaces in the upper side of the shoe" (lines 13-17).