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Appratus for Treating Refuse Matter.

Description: Patent for "the perfection of an apparatus by the use of which night soil or garbage may be reduced to ashes in the shortest possible time and at a comparatively trivial expense" (lines 20-24).
Date: August 8, 1893
Creator: Carrico, Thomas W.
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Car-Coupling.

Description: Patent for a car coupling that consists of a pin, a lever, a catchbar, a drawhead that sits under the catchbar and guides it, a rack slide, and a curved lifter. It improves on a patent previously granted to the inventor (No. 437,734).
Date: June 27, 1893
Creator: Testard, Adrian
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Car-Coupling.

Description: Patent for an improved car coupling that can be operated without going between cars. The coupling facilitates "the coupling of cars having drawheads at the same and different heights by readily guiding the link of one of them into the other" (lines 14-17).
Date: July 18, 1893
Creator: Norcross, George A.
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Car-Coupling.

Description: Patent for a car coupling that operates automatically and without causing danger to the railway employees. It operates by a lever on the side or top of the car.
Date: December 5, 1893
Creator: Burglin, Bernhard
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Car-Coupling.

Description: Patent for an inexpensive, simple, and efficient improved twin-jaw coupling that couples automatically and easily uncouples. Operators do not need to go between cars to uncouple the cars. "A further object of the invention is in the operation of uncoupling to open the knuckle after releasing the same in order to have the knuckle in position predatory to coupling" (lines 16-19).
Date: September 26, 1893
Creator: Anderson, Anders Peder
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Fan and Motoro Therefor.

Description: Patent for a motor-propelled fan that can attach to any support, especially beds steads and other furniture. The motor is simple and can be easily manipulated.
Date: May 9, 1893
Creator: Sneckner, George A. & Roth, Charles E.
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