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Image from page 314 of “The street railway review” (1891)
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Title: The street railway review
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: American Street Railway Association Street Railway Accountants’ Association of America American Railway, Mechanical, and Electrical Association
Subjects: Street-railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Street Railway Review Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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(_;fh)ini> pr…N. NAsn-ii.i,K tr.nsfkr st.vtion. joining the waiting room is a checking room where the conductorsdeposit their records after each trip. Next to this is the waitingroom for the conductors reached by an outside entrance fromCherry St. as shown by the accompanying diagram. The employesroom has been provided with individual lockers for the men andis substantially, although plainly furnished. The station also con-tains ofiices for the transportation department and on the secondrtoor arc the local offices of Ford. Bacon & Davis, engineers in

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I.VTl;UIOIl IlK .NAHUVII.I.I; IltANSKKH .SI.VTION. ter ami cigar !itaml and a shoe shining parli>r within llic stalinn. A«in({lc track runs through the station built of fx)-ft. rail slightlydeiirc^wd, and this is of sufficient length lo permit 11 cars tolie loaded at one time. It ii provided wilh a sileam heating plantIKaled in a concrete cellar l«:ncalh the station flour. The wailing mum i* well lighted by skylighli and by large win-dow* in the northern wall. The ceiling anri walls arc linleil a lightthadc and the Toum h surrounded by a deep wainscoting of natural charge of the Nashville railway system. The average number ofpeople passing through the slaliou daily is iS.ooo except .Sniulaysand holidays, when it sometimes runs as high as .10,00c, and on thelourlh of July, last, 4^1,471. The street corner system of transfers has also been retained loa certain extent, so that these figmes do not, by any means, repre-sent the total transfers daily. The company rjperales 70 cars onit

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Image from page 358 of “The Wheel and cycling trade review” (1888)
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Title: The Wheel and cycling trade review
Year: 1888 (1880s)
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Subjects: Cycling Bicycles Cyclists
Publisher: New York : Wheel and Cycling Trade Review
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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Make Friends and Money, Save Time and Trouble, IS? Establish a Reputation. 11 PATTERNS for Ladies and Gentlemen. Weights from 20 pounds up. RACERS, ROADSTERS, TANDEMS, TRIPLETS, ETC. ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE AND UP TO DATE. IfirnFF FYPT FQ are made in Peoria> un(ler our own supervision, in the Ruclge American BranchnULiuL 111 bkLU Factory, from finished bearings, forgings, etc., direct from the parent Radge factory.We are exclusive manufacturers and importers for these World Famous Cycles for the entire United States, andwant agents in all unoccupied territory. Catalogue Free. ROUSE, HAZARD & CO, 13 G Street, Peoria, Illinois.

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Rex Safeties! 5 .00 ■*• #125 .00 HIGHEST GRADE GUARANTEED. The Rex is of beautiful and popular design—rex light roadster. correct weight—and is constructed only of the best material money can buy, and by the most skillful workmen in a perfectly appoinedfactory. FINISH AND WORKMANSHIP PERFECT The Rex, fitted with ColumbiaRubber Works or M. & W. Pneumatic Tires, Gar-ford Saddles, with or without guards and brake, S12S.OO. The Ladies Rex is a beauty. We have no travelers in the East, but quoterock-bottom prices by mail to the trade. Catalogue free.

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Image from page 536 of “Church review” (1901)
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Title: Church review
Year: 1901 (1900s)
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Subjects: Youth in church work — Connecticut — Hartford — Periodicals Protestant youth — Connecticut — Hartford — Societies, etc. — Periodicals Protestant churches — Connecticut — Hartford — Societies, etc. — Periodicals Hartford (Conn.) — Church history — Periodicals
Publisher: Review Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Connecticut State Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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reet. Fine Shoes and Rubbers For Men, Women and Children. Please note change of location to 12 FORD STREET. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. HILLS & MARCHANT, Funeral Directors and Embalmers.PARLORS, 53 ANN STREET. Telephone Connection. AUSTIN ORGAN COMPANY, HARTFORD, CONN., U. S. A. EXCLUSIVE BUILDERS OF ELECTRIC AM) TUBULAR PNEUMATIC ORGANS OX THE AUSTIN UNIVERSAL WINDCHEST SYSTEM. The radical improvement in the AUSTIN system consists in the absolutely perfectsupply of wind under ail conditions. This is secured by the use of a large air tightroom tilled with air under pressure. The pipes stand on bars directly over this body ofair—the roof of the room, in fact—and are separated from it, each by a single valve. All mechanism of the organ is in sight upon entering the wind chest. THE SEWING- MACHINE THAT NEVER FAILS, and has always given satisfaction to buyers is theNEW HOME. Will you look at them in BROWN, THOMSON ft COS. Price from S.C>9 to .00. They will certainly please you.

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THEY ARE NOT LOST. The look of sympathy, the gentle word,Spoken so low that only angels heard;The secret act of pure self-sacrifice,Inseen by men, but marked by angelseyes—These are not lost. The happy dream that gladdens all our youth,When dreams had less of self and more of truth.The childhoods faith so tranquil and so sweet,Which sat, like Mary, at the Masters feet—These are not lost. The kindly plan devised for othersgood, So seldom guessed, so little under-stood ; The quiet, steadfast love that stroveto win Some wanderer from the ways of sin—These are not lost. Not lost, O Lord! for in thy city brightOur eyes shall see the past by clearer light;And things long hidden from our gaze belowThou wilt reveal, and we shall surely knowThese are not lost. THE RESPONSE FROM THE PEWS. By Rev. David Dana Marsh. Preachers are drawing with ail then-might. With many of them it is drawor leave. The church was foundeden the giving plan, there was gracefor the guilty, and help for the needy.

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