Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
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em. Patent No. 171,883, December 31, 1875. In use on the Chicago West. Div. Ry.; Louisville City Ry Co.; Milwaukee City Ry; Transverse Ry Co., Pittsburg, Pa.; Citizens Street Ry Co., Pittsburg, Pa.;Pittsburg and Birmingham, Pittsburg, Pa.; Central City Ry, Peoria, 111.; Grand Rapids Ry; Minneapolis St. Ry Co.; St. Paul City Ry; Houston City Ry, Texas;Superior Street Ry, Cleveland, O.; Cincinnati City Ry Co.; Fifth Ward Street Ry, Syracuse.: Detroit City Ry.; Ft. Wayne and Elmwood St. Ry, Detroit, Mich.;Galveston City Ry; Springfield City Ry, Springfield, 111.; Toledo St. Ry, Toledo, O.; Adams St. Ry, Toledo, O.; Atlanta Street Ry, and others, in all on about 100Street Rys in United States and Canada, and a large number of other prominent Street Ry Companies throughout the Country. EST Send for descriptive Circu-lar containing testimonials, prices, etc., to LAKE & McDEVITT, 161 South Robey Street, Chicago, 111. CLARKS PATENT POWER GROOMING MACHINE, S X 2iT <3- X, IE OE DOTJBIiE.
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TO STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES AND OTHER STOCK OWNERS. This machine for grooming may be driven by any known power, and can readily be placed for use in any stable or out-building. It can be operated by an ordin-ary groomsman; its work is perfect; its action simple and effective. Stock owners will readily realize the importance of the machine. The perfection and rapidityof its work, and the benefits derived by its use, commend it to those interested in the care and use of all classes of thoroughbred and work stock. The most viciousanimal readily submits to its use. Machine Grooming is found to be less expensive than hand grooming, saving in fool and medicines, and materially increasingthe value of the animal. The Curry Comb and Hand Process Superseded! Economy of Labor! Perfection of Work! Three Hundred Head of Stock Thoroughly Groomed with Each Machine every Ten Hours. This Grooming Machine is in daily use in some of the largest Street Railway Companies stables, and has always given perf
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