Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Marine Record (Cleveland, OH), May 23, 1895, p. 12

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12 THE MARINE RECORD. MARINE ENGINEERING (Also Stationary and Locomotive); M. chanics; Mechanical Drawing; Electric- E ity; Archit cture; Iron Work; Railroad, / Bridge and Municipal Engineering; Plumb-7 ing; Heating; Mining, Prospecting ; Eng!ish Branches. CANDIDATES PREPARED TO OB- TAIN LICENSES. Courses begin with Arith- metic. Send for Free Circular, stating sub-//75 ject you wish to study. The International Correspondence Schools, Scranton, Pa. Walter H. Oades’ Shipyard, MARINE RAILWAY AND SHEERS, Ship Carpenters, Calkers & Joiners. TRADE MARK REGISTERED, Working on feasonable terms. Yard: Foot of Dubois Street, DETROIT. Telephone 1670, 3 rings. ABRAM SMITH. ANGUS H. SMITH. ABRAM SMITH & SON, SHIP-BUILDERS, ALGONAG, MICH. "Wooden Ships of any description built, rebuilt, or repaired. Send for specifications, prices, etc. Goods slips for laying up boats. >> 2D 2 > DD ID ID ID DD ID ID DODD IDB ID DD DDI > DP IP DIE A. GILMORE & SONS ToLebo Dry Dock. Telephone No. 157, TOLEDO, OHIO. Vessels Docked and Repaired at Reasonable Rates. By the Spring Schedule effective May roth on the Nickel Plate Road, an effort has been made to give a better and more convenient service to our patrons. The schedule time of» through trains has been shortened and local points have been affected advantageously. WEST BOUND. Fast Express No. 5, which left New York at 6 p. m. and Boston at 3 p. m. the day previous, leaves Buffalo at 6:35 a. m. and arrives at Chi- cago at 9g p.m., passing Erie’and Cleveland during thé forenoon, Bellevue at noon and Ft. Wayne at.4 o’clock. Western Express No. 1, . with through sleeping cars, which left New York and Bosto: the evening previous, leaves Buffalo shortly after noon daily, and arrives in Cleveland at 7 p. m., taking passengers into Chicago at 7:25 a. m. The Chicago Mail, which departs from Cleve- land week days at 6:00 a. m,, makes local stops to Chicago, where it arrives at 7:00 p. m., in convenient time for evening entertainments. EAST BOUND. ‘No. 6 leaves Chicago 1:30 p.m. daily, ar- riving at Fort Wayne 6:20 p. m., Cleveland 11:36 p.m. Buffalo 6:00 a. m., New York 6:30 p. m., Boston 9:00 p. m, next day. No. 2 leaves Chicago 9:20 p.m. daily, ar- riving at Cleveland 9:53, Buffalo 4:55 p. m., New York 7,50 a. m., Boston 10:20 next morn- ing. Cleveland Mail leaves Chicago 8:05 a. m. (daily except Sunday), reaches Knox at 11:00 a. m., Ft. Wayne 1:50 p. m., making interme- - diate stops, arriving at Cleveland 9:00 p, m. cis : 253-22 ESTABLISHED 1871. INCORPORATED 1893. MONTAGUE IRON WORKS 60, MANUFACTURERS OP MONTAGUE. MIOH. | Maring and Stationary Engines AND BOILERS OF ALL KINDS. Heavy Castings a Specialty. Prices Quoted on Application. Fore and Aft Compound Marine Engines, ‘ The Engines in the ollowing boats are of our manvfacture. Edward Buckley, Manistee, 18 and 36x30. Sachem, Grand Haven, 21 and 38x36. Charles A. Street, Chicago, 20 and 36x36. Isabella J. Boyce, Michigan City, 19 and 32x26. M. T. Greene, Chicago, 20 and 36x36. Passenger and Freight Steamer, Mabel Bradshaw, Muskegon, 16 and 28x26. Ionia, Grand Haven, 24 and 46x42. Survey Steamer, W. S. Hancock, 12 and 21x20. Mark B. Covell, Manistee, 18 and 30x26. Passenger and Frieght Steamer, Bon Voyage, Sauga- tuck, 16 and 30x26. Tug, Hunter, Chicago, 15 and 28xez. Tug, Edward G. Crosby, Muskegon, 16 and 30x24. Oval Agitator, Chicago, 14 and 28x20. Tug, Peter Coates, Sault Ste Marie, 10 and 20x16, Luella H. Worthington, Cedar River, 19 and 36x30. Passenger Steamer, E. G. Maxwell, Pentwate 14 and 28x20. 3 The engraving represents our zo and 36x36 Fore and Aft Compound Marine Engine. We build them == all sizes and guarantee them to give satisfaction. - Prices furnished on application. Montague Iron Works Co,, Montague, S== : =S= Sse — Mich, SSS —AND MANUFACTURER OF NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS. COMPASSES. BAROMETERS, PATENT LOGS, BINNACLES, STEAM GAUGES, MARINE GLASSES, ENGINE INDICATORS. All Nautical Instruments Oarefully Repaired. Office with Upson, Walton & Co., 164 River St., Cleveland, 0. Grummond Tug Line, WRECKING. TUG SWAIN STATIONED AT MACKINAW CITY. TUG CRUSADER STATIONED AT THE ‘SOC.’ TUG CHAMPION STATIONED AT DETROIT. ALL WITH WRECKING OUTFITS ABOARD. U. CRANT GRUMMOND, Mer. DETROIT, MICH. ena J. H. OWEN, Prest., Chicago. F. H. VAN CLEVE, Sec’y, Escanaba. Capt. GEO. BARTLEY, Supt., Escanaba. ESCANABA TOWING & WRECKING CO., Escanaba, Mich. Tugs, Lighters, Steam Pumps, Hawsers, Hydraulic Jacks and Diving Appliances always ready. TUG MONARGH—Engine Compound, Cylinder 16 & 30 in. diameter, 30 in. Stroke, Steam Pressure allowed; 125 lbs. . TUG DELTA—Cylinder 20 by 22, Steam Pressure allowed, 105 lbs. TUG OWEN—Cylinder 90 by 20, Steam Pressure allowed, 104 lbs. CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS. SEVEN AND FOURTEEN INCH SUCTION. FLUE SCRAPERS. HE only device that will ef- fectually remove Scale and Sediment from Flues without in- jury to flues or boiler. Made’‘of tool steel, hardened, concaved and ground, producing two sharp edges, and can be | worked either way. A Set will last about 10 years. / Used in more than 90 different cities and give universal satis- faction. ' A Shell Scraper and a paten- ted inside flue cleaner given with ‘each set. © : Send outside. diameter your flues for a trial set. E-RAYFIELD, ‘Sole Manufacturer, 873 Dearborn St., Chicago, BAUER’S EXTERNAL a of _ FRANK MORRISON, COMPASS ADJUSTER enroute, MARINE ENGINES SINGLE AND COMPOUND. 5 TO 200 HORSE- POWER. These en- gines are high-class in workmanship and material and moderate in price. Send for cuts, des- eription and prices. Centrifugal Pumps For raising coal, sand, &e. For dredging, wrecking and circulating. Write for cata- logue. = i€ Baldwinsville, N. Y. HENION & HUBBELL, Agents, 61-69 North Jefferson St., Chicago, Il. Baker’s Quadruple Grip Anchor PATENTED. AGENTS WANTED. Watertown Brass & Mfg. 6o., WATERTOWN, N.Y. Send Stamp for Catalo- gue. Mfrs. Yacht, Boat and Canoe Hardware. Special Work a Specialty. Boat Rails, Stanchions, Etc. MENTION THIS PAPER. SS ESE SE SE Commencing Sunday May igth, the day coaches on all through trains of the Nickel Plate Road will be attended by a colored _por- ter whose services are placed at the disposal of the patrons of the line. The purpose of this equipment is to insure scrupulously clean cars 254-26 Katzenstein Self-Acting Metal Packing NN | [eva PACKING for Slip-Joints iy WA ~=~6J{] On Steam Pipes and for Hy- = ; = draulic Pressure. Also METAL GASKETS for all sizes and shapes of flanges. Double-Acting Balanced Water-tight Bulk- ead Doors for Steamers. Also Agents for the McColl-Cumming Patent Liquid Rudder Brake. L KATZENSTEIN & CO., General Machinists, Brass Finishers and Hngineers’ Supplies, 357 West Street, N ewYork, N.Y. The Pennsylvania Brass Works, - ERIE, PA. Automatic Piston or Mocking Bird Whis- tles. Special Whistles made to order. Penna. Steam Flue Cleaner. Water Gages, Penna. Gage Cocks, Air Cocks, Oil Cups, Brass and Bronze Castings a Specialty. (CRM SS RE A OR Excursion Rates West, Northwest and Southwest. Agents of the Nickel Plate Road are authorized to sell Homeseekers’ Excursion tickets May 21st and June 11th. An unexcelled dining car service and palatial sleeperson through trains ‘be- tween Chicago, Buffalo, New York and Bos:* ton. , 246

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