US 85188 A
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GIW JTHOMPSON. MEDIGATED PAPER FOR THE WATER GLOSET. r No. 85,188. Patepted Dec. 22, 1868.
'fnl Improvement in Medicated'laper for the Water 'fnll, clear, and exact description of the said invention,
bye perspectiile -view, the form in which the paper-is skin and mucous-membrane, are known thoroughly mixed, and then the paper-itself is made kit a A time. 1' e GEORGE W. THOMPS'ON,'OF BROOKLYN,.NEW YORK Letters Patent No. 85,188,
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The Schedule referred to m the" am Patent nnd' met, part a: the tim To all whomitmq/ycencem:
Be it known that I, GEORGE W.. Tnomrsbn, of Brooklyn, in the county of Kings,-and State of New York, have invented and made a certain new and use- Uloset; and I do hereby declare .the following tobe a.
reference being hadto the annexed drawing, making partof this specification, wherein I have represented,
put up for convenience in carrying in the pocket. I
.The medicinal properties of tar, .in diseases of the" I and so, also, is thehct, that pilessnd other diseases of the rectum fiequentlyresult from the character of paper employed at the water-closet.
- The nature of'my said invention consists in an. improved water-closet paper, the same being formed by the introduction of tar into the paper, and the piper itselfheing putup ina convenient form for the pocket.
Iintroduce tar into the paper-pulp in the vat, before the pulp is run out into paper. The same is who as usual, and retains the required properties of the tar 4 The paper, out up into sheets of the desired size, is taken in convenient quantities and folded, and introduced within a wrapper, as shown in the drawing, a and I) being the sides of the wrapper, c, the tuck tq'be introduced into the slit (1, to keep the parts of the wrapper together.
Inmder to retain the package of paper within the wrapper, a, small metallic clasp, e, is employed to connest one edge of the folded package into place, and not interfere with thepaper being torn out, one sheet ate time.
What I claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is'-- I. The water-closet paper, prepared in the manner specified, to impart the medicinal properties set forth.
2. The package of water-closet paper, formed by th'e introduction of sheets into the wrapper, as set forth.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my signature, this 8th day of October, A; D. 1868.
- G. W. THOMPSON.
Witnesses Gno. D. WALKER,
Geo. T. Pmcxsnr.
to render it medicated.