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. The Street railway journal . No. 0, for 10-ft. Light Oars.No, 1, for 10-ft. Cars.No. 2, for 12-ft. Cars.No. 3, for 14-ft. Cars.No. 4, for 16-ft. Cars.No. 5, for 16-ft. Cars. (Single Pedestal.) No. 1, Cushion, for 16-ft.Cars. No. 2, Cushion, for 12 and14-ft. Cars.. STEEL CONE CITY CAR SPRING. Patented April 15, 1879—August 5, 1884. The unprecedented popularity of the VOSE GRADUATED RUBBER GONE SPRING for Horse Cars has induced the inventor to bring thisclass of Springs as near perfection a* possible, and after aseries of experiments and tests now presents for favor whathe claims to be the MOS

. The Street railway journal . No. 0, for 10-ft. Light Oars.No, 1, for 10-ft. Cars.No. 2, for 12-ft. Cars.No. 3, for 14-ft. Cars.No. 4, for 16-ft. Cars.No. 5, for 16-ft. Cars. (Single Pedestal.) No. 1, Cushion, for 16-ft.Cars. No. 2, Cushion, for 12 and14-ft. Cars.. STEEL CONE CITY CAR SPRING. Patented April 15, 1879—August 5, 1884. The unprecedented popularity of the VOSE GRADUATED RUBBER GONE SPRING for Horse Cars has induced the inventor to bring thisclass of Springs as near perfection a* possible, and after aseries of experiments and tests now presents for favor whathe claims to be the MOS Stock Photo
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. The Street railway journal . No. 0, for 10-ft. Light Oars.No, 1, for 10-ft. Cars.No. 2, for 12-ft. Cars.No. 3, for 14-ft. Cars.No. 4, for 16-ft. Cars.No. 5, for 16-ft. Cars. (Single Pedestal.) No. 1, Cushion, for 16-ft.Cars. No. 2, Cushion, for 12 and14-ft. Cars.. STEEL CONE CITY CAR SPRING. Patented April 15, 1879—August 5, 1884. The unprecedented popularity of the VOSE GRADUATED RUBBER GONE SPRING for Horse Cars has induced the inventor to bring thisclass of Springs as near perfection a* possible, and after aseries of experiments and tests now presents for favor whathe claims to be the MOST PERFECT SPRING FORHORSE CARS ever offered. It is exceptionally Soft andEasy with the Empty Car or with the Greatest Load. Itis believed to be the Most Durable, being constructedupon a principle that seems to insure that the Spring mustActually Wear Out. The very Finest Quality of CrucibleCast Steel will always be used in these Springs.

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