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Page 364 - Sherman and the Committee on Finance of the Senate, and the Committee on Banking and Currency of the House of Representatives, of the United States.
Page 48 - appropriate congressional committees" referred to in subsection (a) shall include the Committee on Foreign Relations and the Committee on Finance of the Senate and the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives.
Page 140 - MORAL: INSURE IN THE TRAVELERS." ORIGINAL ACCIDENT COMPANY OF AMERICA, LARGEST IN THE WORLD; ALSO, BEST OF LIFE COMPANIES.
Page 291 - New York, Chicago and St. Louis; New York, Lake Erie and Western; New York, New Haven and Hartford; New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio; Ohio and Mississippi; Pennsylvania Company; Pennsylvania; Peoria, Decatur and Evansvillc; Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore; Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St.
Page 48 - Resumption and the silver question: embracing a sketch of the coinage, and of the legal-tender currencies of the United States and other nations: a handbook for the times.
Page 355 - Thomas M. Cooley of Michigan, William R. Morrison of Illinois, Augustus Schoonmaker of New York, Aldace F. Walker of Vermont, and Walter L. Bragg of Alabama.
Page 1 - SURPASSING ALL OTHER LOCK-NUT DEVICES IN DURABILITY, EFFECTIVENESS AND CHEAPNESS. STRENGTHENED AND PROTECTED FROM THE WEATHER. CANNOT BE CRUSHED OR BURST. WILL NOT LOSE THEIR ELASTICITY, NOR ROT. ADAPTED FOR BOTH PLAIN AND ANGLE-BARS.
Page 20 - Railroads, Freight Lines, Mining Companies and others Locomotive Engines, Refrigerator Cars, Box, Stock, Gondola, Dump and Flat Cars, And is prepared to build for Lease and on Contract for cash, or under the CAR TRUST SYSTEM, such Rolling Stock as may be required.