Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Marine Record (Cleveland, OH), August 22, 1895, p. 13

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THE MARINE RECORD. 12 Wheeler Condenser & Engineering Co., 39 & 41 CORTLANDT STREET, NEW YORK. WHEELER SURFACE CONDENSER, Mounted on Combined Air and Circulating Pumps. Mounted upon Combined Air and Circulating Pumps. 5 ey Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of the WHEELER’S IMPROVED SURFACE CONDENSERS WHEELER STANDARD SURFACE CONDENSER. WHEELER ADMIRALTY SURFACE CONDENSER. WHEELER LIGHT HALL SURFACE CONDENSER. VOLZ PATENT COMBINED SURFACE CONDENSER anp FEED-WATER HEATER. WHEELER FEED-WATER HEATER, AIR Anp CIRCULATING PUMPS. & EDMISTON PATENT FEED WATER FILTER. Send for Pamphlet, ‘‘Machinery for Small Boats, ete,” PATENT COMBINED SURFACE CONDENSER AND FEED-WATER HEATER. P. M. CHURCH & CO., SAULT STH. MARIE, MICH. SHIP CHANDLERY, HARDWAKE, PAINTS, OILS, AND ATT, CLASSES OF VESSEL SUPPLIES. Coppersmith Shop inconnection. Corner Portage and Ashmun Sts. OFFICE No. 7 FELEPHONES, - {RESIDENCE No. 4 Record Supplements - - PHOTOGRAVURE AND PHOTOTYPE. Si1zz, 10x17 INCHES Whaleback Steamer Christopher Columbus, Prominent Lake Marine Underwriters, Steamer CITY of ALPENA, STATE of OHIO—STATE of NEW YORK, Steel Ship Builders, Steamer ARTHUR ORR, English-Bullt Steamer TURRETT, Dry Dock Representatives, Schooner JOHN FITZPATRICK. Complete set of nine mailed to any ad- dress on receipt of 30c in stamps. SMITH & SWAINSON, Cleveland, 0, 2S tee The Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav, Co. Daily for Detroit, Bay City, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, and all Michigan points, at 10:00 P. M. For Mackinac, Alpena, Petoskey, Soo, and all way ports,4 trips per week. For Put-in Bay, Lakeside, Kelley’s Islands, Toledo, Sandusky, Etc., Daily at 8:30 A.M., from June 15th to September toth. Arrangements now made with societies, etc., for their annual outings. Te'ephone 576. A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A., DETROIT, MICH. D. C. McINTYRE, G. F & D. P. A, CLEVELAND, O. J. C, MENGENSDORF, C. P. A, T. R. TEARE, M. THOMAS. River Macuine & BoitER Works 2 MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES, BOILERS, » » AND. , DECK HOISTING ENGINES. Starting, Stopping, Reversing and Lowering all done by working one Lever. 58 —= St. John’s Self Adjusting Cylinder Packing. : CLEVELAND, O. SOLE AGENTS FOR STATUTE MILES for use on the Lakes. The Rotators are adjustable and made by a patented system which gives great stability to the blades. Our Log is being closely imitated, and rotators bearing no name of other marks are offered by the makers to use with our Logs as ‘‘ just as good as the Bliss rotator.’’--They are ‘not just as good, either in durability or accuracy. : Our rotators bear our name and the dates of four patents. For sale by ship chandlers.. JOHN BLISS & COQ; 128 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK. JACKSON & CHURCH, BUILDER OF DUPLEX HOISTING AND DECK ENGINES. Eee cha hecoitatic ENGINES, ee at Bederate Prices. Vertical, Horizontal, BOILERS pila a Marine and Locomotive SEND FOR OIRCULAR AND PRICES. SAGINAW, MICH. DECK AND DOCK HOISTS Our Hoists will be found on the following boats: Tugs— Superior, Sumner, Sweepstakes, Winslow, J. K. Emmett, Acme, Mockingbird, Waldo Avery, Reliance, John Owen, Charlton, Howard, Duncan City, Chamberlain, Balize, Sampson, Westover, Gladiator, W. B. Castile, Home Rule, Robert»Weideman, Boscobel and Peter Smith; Propellers— Metamora, Abercom, “Penobscot, J. J. McWilliams, I. W. Stephenson, John W. Pauly; Barges—Jenness, Noquebay, Manta ee. Also in use by F. W. Wheeler & Co., W. B. City, Mich., Blood and Hart, Marine City, Mich., Michigan Salt Works, Marine City, Doty Bros., Pile Drivers, Toronto, Canada. MARINE IRON CoO., - - Bay City, Mich. Nautical Waton Ghain. SOLID GOLD. SHIP-SHAPE IN EVERY DETAIL. Sheaves work, snatch block opens out and seizings are passed correctly. MORGAN A. ROBERTSON, 26 John Street, New York. Send tor Descriptive Cicru:ar, ; PROPOSALS. U.S. ENGINEER OFFICE, Newport, R. I. August 13, 1895. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, for the purchase from the United States of 1 tug, 1 dredge, 1 water boat, 3 dump-scows, and 1 sand-pump complete with boiler, will be received here until 12 o’clock, noon, September 19, 1895, and then opened. Full informa- tion furnished on application. W. W. Harts, 1st Lieut., Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. 34-37 U.S. ENGINEER OFFICE, 34 West Con- gress St., Detroit, Mich., August 7, 1895, Sealed proposals for furnishing all La- bor, Materials and Appliances for (a) Removing Shoals from West Approach, St. Mary’s Falls Canal; (b) Removing Shoal from Kast Approach, St. Mary’s Falls Canal; (c) Removing Shoals off Six Mile Point, Hay Lake, and (d) Removing Shoal 29, Section 4, Ship Channel, etc., will be received here until 2 p. my, Sep- tember 6, 1895, and then publicly opened. All information furnished on applica- tion. O.M. Pox, Col., Hngineers. 32-35 Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Company. $2.5 CLEVELAND BUFFALO. VIA “C.& B. LINE? S Magnificent side-wheel steel steamers, : “State of Ohio” and ‘‘State of New York” DAILY TIME TABLE. SUNDAY INCLUDED. Ly. Cleveland, 6:00 p. m. Lv. Buffalo, 6:30 p m. Ar. Buffalo, 7:30.a. m. 7.30 a.m CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. Take the “‘C & B. Line” steamers and enjoy a re- freshing night’s rest when enroute to Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto, New York, Boston, Albany, 10 0 Islands or any Eastern or Canadian point. Cheap Excursions Weekly to Niagara Falls, Send 4 cents postage for tourist pamphlet. W.F. HERMAN, T. F. NEWMAN, Gen’! Pass. Agent. Gen’! Manager. CLEVELAND, O. Now under construction for this Company the largest side-wheel steamer on the Great Lakes, unsurpassed for speed and elegance, will be ready to go into commission April, 1896. =».North Atlantic Trident Line, DIRECT SERVICE Between Philadelphia and London, The following strictly first-class steamers are appointed to sail from Philadelphia to London diréct. “HOLKAR’’....5,000 tons, August 31, 1893. For rates, etc., apply to CHAS. M. TAYLOR’S SONS, 15, 16 and 17 Merchants’ Exchange. Puitip W.. RICHARDSON, 8 Fen Court, London, E. C.

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