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Cultivator.

Description: Patent for a cultivator that has its frame and attachments are mounted on carrying-wheels, and the plows depend on the wheels. It is operated more easily than other cultivators.
Date: May 28, 1895
Creator: Aubrey, Henry W.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Map of Shackelford County

Description: Cadastral map of Shackelford County, Texas in the Panhandle Plains region. Some borders, features, and properties are shaded in color. Scale ca. 1:133,334 (4000 varas per inch).
Date: May 1895
Creator: Blau, F. G.
Partner: Texas General Land Office

Kitchen-Cabinet.

Description: Patent for "a more complete and convenient kitchen cabinet... with an effective and desirable sink attachment, whereby dirty water may be easily disposed of." (Lines 9-13) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: May 28, 1895
Creator: Brooks, John M.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Stove.

Description: Patent for "a stove in which the heat may be shifted to various parts thereof to the exclusion of other parts," and "wherein the radiation of the heat from the bottom of the heat-passage is made to heat a secondary or supplemental oven, thereby making use of heat which is otherwise lost." (Lines 19-30) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: May 28, 1895
Creator: Brooks, John M.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Log-Carrier.

Description: Patent for a log-carrier that improves on a patent previously granted to Robert E. Terry (No. 481,314). The adjusting lever is made to be more powerful so the log chains can be moved with less friction and will not slip from their guides. Ratchets and pawls prevent the tongue from moving.
Date: May 14, 1895
Creator: Carroll, Joseph Alexander
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Vehicle-Brake.

Description: Patent for improved vehicle brakes, and the "object is to arrange the brake shoes so that when applied they will bear on the wheels slightly below a point on a line drawn horizontally through the center of the wheel, whereby a greater brake power is obtained with less force exerted, and further, to so construct and arrange the brake shoes that during the backing of a team for any purpose the brakes will automatically release themselves and not bear upon the wheels to interfere with said backing." (Lines 21-31) Includes instructions and illustrations.
Date: May 7, 1895
Creator: Christian, John R.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department