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|Coal producers might make a fortune in a short time here now. with prices as they |
are, if they could get shipments as ... The principal work of the past week has
been a constant endeavor to get cars and get them to their destination after they
are loaded. Success has not been pronounced in these endeavors, although all
the offices report perhaps better receipts than a ... but the cars have gotten so
widely scattered that the roads have not been able to secure enough to take care
of their ...
|If a dust tight dust guard is all at once considered so very necessary, why do |
those who want it not make one dust tight and ... It would set them all better to be
saying something good about things, and not be lmderrating their neighbors'
chattels and ... idea of perfection that everybody has is better than some fancy
box that only one or two master car builders have ever ... But if the variations in
the two sides are opposed to each other, we have a badly distorted truck which
may be over an ...
|51, over the Louisville New Orleans it: Texas By, December 7, 1885, and as this |
matter has been extensively discussed through the press, and some doubts
expressed as to the facts, I deem it necessary to make the following .... He fails to
state how he makes the west bound engine pass around car No. l on the main
line in each one of his four answers. ... “That's all, air. Several friends accompany
the party; but I told them they'd have to pay their way. I am an advocate of
modesty in this ...
|In some scattered localities, there is still a demand for coal for immediate use for |
household heating requirements, but the majority of the ... One particular mine
rcported that, counting all cars, assigned or otherwise, it had received only a trifle
over ... household consumers and the public press are much concerned about
the Administration's inability to make good its ... New England receipts of egg,
stove and nut, both big company and independent, by rail, have been fairly large
|A Force of Hundreds of Clerks Hustles Day and Nifht Ordinarily it Take* Ten |
Bushels of Corn to Make One ... But here is what the commander of the world's
greatest stocktaking job has to say on these subjects: "Owing to the .... The
common-sense method seemed to be that of having shrewd and able men,
scattered all over the country, select a certain number ... Some of these
volunteers are highnsalaried business men and accountants who have their own
motor cars and use them in ...
|This arises not only from the convenient size of the work, its fine paper and |
typography throughout, but also from the strict ... The angles and motion-curves
are all left in, and the relalations of one movement, or one detail, to an other, are
distinct. ... have been verified; in which respect they are far above the diluted
revisions of authorities, put forward by some as original. ... with reasons for every
bolt and nut, together with the action of every detail that had motion, or was an
|The old uniformiiy contract has been brought out, and it has been lauded as the |
only “ ark of safety " for both operators and miners. ... is too much to hope that all
operators will adopt a uniform system; the same old contention over new causes
is probable. ... Pittsburgh district, in order to coerce them to abandon their
declaredintention of forcing the abandonment of the 9-cent ... Robbins has
400,000 bushels in the river, 300 cars at Fairport docks and 50,000 tons at the
head of the lakes.
|Finall the 8/, in. holes are drifted out to 1% inThe outer edges 0 the test piece the |
division between the holes and the base of the sp it, ... All our material will stand
these tests and in addition the 'plillllgg are tested for tensile strength in the mill
after being ro . ... We can make our tensile strength as low as 50,000 pounds. ....
Take the crank-pin, for example. ... Now the static strain on these rods was but a
trifle over 8000 pounds (per square inch, and the iron rods in the bays more
towar the ...
|It Is estimated that over one mIlIIon gallons of 011 and turpentine are packed In |
tln cans In thls clty every month, ... and Ohio, opening In the next two years, and It
Is hardly to be supposed that all these roads operated wlthont locomotIves. ... of
these valuable members, after fifteen years' practice with them in cracking nuts
and biting pins in two, additional to the .... the phylluim, or walking leaf, in which
not only are the wings perfect imitations of leaves in every detail, but the thorax
|The demand from industries and railroads is enormous and all of them are |
stocking coal as fast as they can get hold of it. An enormous tonnage of coal is
now moving as the traffic reports show that about 50,000 ... The car situation
remains unchanged on the Illinois Central and Iron Mountain which roads were
already so extremely ... the demand is small and scattering still, with only a rare
order for a good-sized tonnage, but some Southern interests ... 10 82.62 2.00
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