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Image from page 7 of “Scientific American Volume 25 Number 21 (November 1871)” (1871)
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Identifier: scientific-american-1871-11-18
Title: Scientific American Volume 25 Number 21 (November 1871)
Year: 1871 (1870s)
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Subjects: patent scientific steam center tion valve fireproof iron scientific american patents psychic force nitric acid xew york wrought iron vander weyde sir john cloth strip insurance companies hot air
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A represents the front beam of the locomotive, upon whichis properly secured the yoke, B, to which the bell is suspend-ed in the following manner: The shank of the bell is turnedoff smoothly, and inserted through a hole through the top ofthe frame, which hole is bored to fit the shank of the bellclosely.and, at. the same time, not so .tightly as to prevent thebell from being rotated. The top of the shank is provided with a proper nut, C, bymeans of which it is held in the yoke, and which restsupon a metal washer, which, in turn, rests upon a rub-ber washer, placed on the top of the frame and surround-ing the shank. By this means the bell is secured in a verti-cal position, allowing it no motion but a rotary one about itsvertical axis. A hammer, D, is attached to the lever, E. Thislever is sustained by the two vertical guides, K, and is actua-ted by a spiral spring, F. The lever is also held in positionby the spring, G, which prevents it from being thrown outof place by the lever, H, w

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Image from page 696 of “The American stationer” (1873)
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Identifier: americanstatione91881newy
Title: The American stationer
Year: 1873 (1870s)
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Subjects: Stationery trade Paper industry
Publisher: New York : [Redman & Kenny]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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Tons of Superior Animal-Sized and Loft-Dried Writing Papers. Received Gold Medal at Paris Exposition and Highest Aw^ard at Melbourne Exposition. AMONG OUR SPECIALTIES ARE THE CELEBRATED AMERICAN LINEN PAPERS FLAT AND FOLDED, BOTH HIGH PLATE AND MILL FINISH.BANKERS PARCHMENT, Flat and Folded. First-class LEDGER PAPERS, all weights and sizes, equal to any in the market.O. H. GREENLEAF, Pres., . . _ . HOLYOKE PAPER CO. WATER CLOSET PAPERS A SPECIALTY. ^ case.Witch Hazelink (largest size, full count, medicated with Extract Witch-Hazel), – .no Alpine Mtlls (medium size, full count), 11.0.) Brighton (medium size, 800 sheets), – – 9.00 Meadow Mills (medium size, GOOsheets). – – 6.50 All above are put up in handsome wrappers, and with improved Wire Hook. Sterling (large size, full count, put up in handsome suspending box).Sterling Hotel, X, -XX.XXX,Full count banded only.IS^DISCOUNT TO JOBBERS. ^ case. .50il.OO10.0011.00 C. C. WHITE, Sole Agent, Nos. 38 & 40 Reads Street, New York.

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The Stationers Price Book andIllustrated and DescriptiveCatalogue, . . X0 Lookwoods Directory of the PaperTrade, . . . .00 [m SmiflHEIi wants the abov-Wprks for the Following Reasons:The Price Book and Catalogue fur- nishes Stationers information which, ifthey have at all, is usually scattered andnever right at hand when wanted. Asa book of immediate reference it willbe found invaluable. The Directory of Paper Manufact-urers and Jobbers is a guide to FirstHands in the Paper Trade. Any onewho uses it intelligently can save manytimes its cost at once. The Price Book is deliverable in thecities of New York, Boston, Philadel-phia, Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis,where purchasers can have it packedwith any goods they may be buying. The Directory is sent post-paid. All Stationers who wish to keepABREAST WITH THE TIMES, must own these two books. Address all orders to Howard Lockwood 14 DUANLi STREET. N. Y. Fire! Fire! Fire!!! For Insurance rates address ANDERSON & STANTON, 162 BROADW

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