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BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,

BURNHAM, PARRY, WILLIAMS & 00.

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Adapted to every verlety of Railroad service, and to the economical use of Wood, Coke, Bituminous
and Anthracite Coal, as fuel. LOCOMOTIVES FOR MINES AND NARROW GAUGE RAILWAYS.
All

work accurately fitted to gauges and thoroughly interchangeable. Plan. Materials, Workmanship
Finish and Efficiency fully guaranteed.
GEORGE BURNHAM,

WILLIAM P. HENSZEY
CHARLES T. PARRY.

EDWARD LONGSTRETH,
EDWARD A. WILLIAMS,

JOHN H. CONVERSE

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ENGINEERS JOURNAL

For 1878.

This Journal is owned and published by the Brotherhood

of Locomotive Engineers.

ITS ENTIRE NET INCOME IS DEVOTED TO

CHARITY

It will contain for the year 1878 articles selected from the best publications that are adapted to the wants and requirements of Locomotive Engineers and their Families, together with such other selections as in our opinion will serve to render it interesting and instructive. It will also contain such ORIGINAL MATTER, CORRESPONDENCE, &c., as its friends and supporters may contribute, and its publishers deem appropriate ; and the opinion of its managers upon such questions as shall come under their observation, and are felt to be of importance to the subscribers.

TERMS:
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.

Copies by Mail, $1.12.

TO AGENTS WE OFFER THE SAME LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS We have previously offered, viz: 10 per cent. premium for all packages of Journals sent

to one address.
TO ANY LADY

Who will procure 10 Subscribers outside of our Membership, A NICELY BOUND

VOLUME OF "THE JOURNAL” for 1877.

We will continue to receive a limited amount of Advertisements, and we claim that no Magazine of double its circulation affords so many advantages to those having R. R. Improvements or R. R. Supplies to dispose of, as does the JOURNAL, from the fact that its circulation is principally among the class that they most desire to reach-being read as it is monthly by at least 50,000 people in all parts of the United States and Canadas.

Address

, ARTHUR, INGRAHAM & GREENE,
Room 10, Sloss Bros.' Block,

CLEVELAND, OHIO.

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ENGINEERS JOURNAL

For 1878.

This Journal is owned and published by the Brotherhood

of Locomotive Engineers.

ITS ENTIRE NET INCOME IS DEVOTED TO

CHARITY.

It will contain for the year 1878 articles selected from the best publications that are adapted to the wants and requirements of Locomotive Engineers and their Families, together with such other

selections as in our opinion will serve to render it interesting and instructive. It will also contain such ORIGINAL MATTER, CORRESPONDENCE, &c., as its friends and supporters may contribute, and its publishers deem appropriate ; and the opinion of its managers upon such questions as shall come under their observation, and are felt to be of importance to the subscribers.

TERMS:
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. .

Copies by Mail, $1.12.

TO AGENTS WE OFFER THE SAME LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS

We have previously offered, viz: 10 per cent. premium for all packages of Journals sent

to one address.

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TO ANY LADY

Who will procure 10 Subscribers outside of our Membership, A NICELY BOUND

VOLUME OF “THE JOURNAL” for 1877.

We will continue to receive a limited amount of Advertisements, and we claim that no Magazine of double its circulation affords so many advantages to those having R. R. Improvements or R. R. Supplies to dispose of, as does the JOURNAL, from the fact that its circulation is principally among the class that they most desire to reach-being read as it is monthly by at least 50,000 people in all parts of the United States and Canadas. Address, ARTHUR, INGRAHAM & GREENE, Room 10, Sloss Bros.' Block,

CLEVELAND, OHIO.

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SPECIAL PATENT INJECTOR

FOR RUNNING LOCOMOTIVES BY,
VERY SIMPLE AND CONTROLLED BY ONE VALVE.
The EXPRESS and LOCAL FREIGHT trains on the Albany road have used them
for three years instead of pumps.

They work with perfect success on the steepest grades and shortest curves, and the stream does not break. Having no adjustible cones nor packing, they are uniform and sure in their action.

They set above the running board, and the opening of one valve starts the Injector. They have fewer parts than any other Injector, and can be repaired by any mechanic. They will put water into the boiler at 210°. They work perfectly, hot or cold..

By closing the overflow, they can be made to heat water in the tank.

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Suit brought by the

RUE MANUFACTURING CO., Complainants,

NATIONAL TUBE WORKS CO., Defendants.
Regarding alleged Infringements on Mack's Injector, before Judge Shepley, of the United
States Court, bas been dismissed with costs against the Complainants.

We guarantee every purchaser of Mack's Injector against any claims for infringement of any other patent.

Special Locomotive Price Lists furnished on application.

MANUFACTURED AND WARRANTED PERFECT BY THE NATIONAL TUBE WORKS COMPANY

No. 8 PEMBERTON SQUARE,

Boston, Mass.

Robison, Savage & Co., Printers and Stationers, Cleveland, O.

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