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Image from page 470 of “Railroad record, and journal of commerce, banking, manufactures and statistics” (1853)
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Identifier: railroadrecordjo21854cinc
Title: Railroad record, and journal of commerce, banking, manufactures and statistics
Year: 1853 (1850s)
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Subjects: Railroads
Publisher: Cincinnati [s.n.]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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SPRING Locomotive and Car Springs of all descriptions manufactured on the most reasonable terms, made ofthe best STEEL, which we have manufactured to order from the BEST SWEDE IRON. Ordersfrom any part of the United States will be thankfully received and promptly attended to McDANEL & HORNER.All Springs ordered from a distance will be delivered on shipboard at Philadelphia free of charge Raferences.Norris Brothers, Locomotive Builders,Philad. M. B. Millex, Gen. Supt. C. R.R.Savannah, Ga. A.C. Gray, Prest New Castle Manuf. Co.U. Wills, R. R. Car Manuf. Petersburg, Va.I. R. Trimble, Supt. Philad. R. R. Co.tAIay 19. Emerson Foote, Supt. M. & W. R. R. Macon, GaThomas Dougherty, Master Mach. do. Thos. Sharp, Supt.R. F. & P. R.R. Richmond.Va ISAAC RtGDOIf. EDWARD C. RYLAND. 1V1I. HUDDART. OHIO SCALE WORKS.

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RiSoLon, DFtyl£tia.ca. cfc Co., No. 39 Vine Street, between Front and Columbia Streets, WE ire now proptrad to furnish llailroatl Trnrli nml Depot Scales of nil sizes, wlMch vrc srar-rnm in orerj rasp • I ■•■; I il t i in] m iDofkctureil »n the United States.Being pncUoal w orkmon aarMlvo*, we foul coufident that we can furnish tnc West and Soitfh w% as good anSjtielo and cheaper than can bo bought F.u*t.Cincinnati. Juna W, lM^. In Cincinnati, Covington and Newport, they are nowprepared to furnish Railroad Companies with that Cele-brated wheel, with or without Axles. Also, Journal OilBoxes of any pattern, and Castings for cars fitted to or-der at the shortest notiee. Address KECK & HUBBARD, Fulton Car Works Cincinnati,Ohio. ap.12 Office 132 East Second Street. FINANCIAL AGENCY % STOCK EXCHANGE. ISAAC OSBORN DAVIS,No* 38 West Third Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. Buys, Sells and Negotiates Loans on Business Paper,and all kinds of Railroad, Securities,On Commission. Cincinnati

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Image from page 223 of “Harper’s young people” (1879)
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Identifier: harpersyoungpeop00newy1883
Title: Harper’s young people
Year: 1879 (1870s)
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Subjects: Children’s periodicals, American
Publisher: New York : Harper & Bros.
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many lessons from her. What Lance had said of Laura look deeper root illNans mind than she would have allowed. It was elevenoclock when they got back to College Street, and her lirstthought was to see Laura ; but she was upstairs, .loan said,from behind the scenes, and on going to her door Nailfound it locked. A cold lunch was prepared for the children, and Phyllisbegged of them to eat it prompt h. Now, Nan. Lance. Uicksie. she called out from thesecond landing on the stairs. do come down. You mustremember all there is to be done today and this eveningbesides. For in the evening Phyllis was to have agrown-up party, at which the children had, one andall. nermissioii to assist. 1 >o n scurried the children, full of delightful excite-ment, even Laura looking a little brighter as they assembled in the dining-room where Phyllis, never to be Hurriedor put out of temper, quietly dispensed bread and butlerand cakes and cold meat. After this came the rush to the carriage-house, the doors

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LAIRA TRYING THE NEW ORNAMENTS ON HER HELMET. 214 HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE. VOLUME IV. of which were now resplendent with large sheets of paperbearing in red paint the following words: THE CAPTIVE AND THE KNIGHT IX TWO ACTS BY MISS LAURA ROLF IN HONOR OF THE BIRTHDAY OF MISS PHYLLIS ROLF AT Two oiiix-k. The harn doors were flung open at the appointed time;the guests were assembled in a few moments, and the playbegan. Joan was quite the success of the piece; Laura was (conscious, Nan too much given to bursts of laughter quiteout of keeping with a Princess in captivity; and the usualscrimmages took place with the spirits of the Princesss re-lations. One horrible moment occurred when Bertie, be-ing flung too violently into the window, upset the pinkscreen, and called out, There, Lance, I told you I would! This produced alaugh, of course, but it was quelled by a most awful lookfrom Joan, who, as the Magician, had painted her face in away which made her expression very unpleasa

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