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The Patent Centennial Celebration

The Reduction of Patent Fees

Build Up The Navy

A Self Adjusting Girth Fastener

An Improved Pipe Hanger

Reversible Blind Hinges

A Tool for Dehorning Calves

An Improved Astronomical Mirror

Electroplating the Dead

A Notable New Pullman Passenger Train

The Chignecto Ship Railway

Automatic Sawdust Feed for Furnaces

An Improved Drawer Stop

The Lovell Diamond Safety Bicycle

An Envelope Gum Moistener

A Convenient Fruit Packing Press

Brownlow & Warner's Truss

Scientific American Building Edition- April 11, 1891

To Inventors- April 11, 1891

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