We have three times the railways, banks, libraries, newspapers, exports, farm values, and national wealth.
Just as the eye had become the telescope, and the hand had become machinery, and the feet had become railways, so the voice became the telephone.
Down the hill I saw a bevy of hussars ride under the railway
bridge; three galloped through the open gates of the Oriental College; two others dismounted, and began running from house to house.
For the effective accident is but the touch of fire where there is oil and tow; and it al ways appeared to Fred that the railway brought the needed touch.
That wasn't for railways to blow you to pieces right and left.
Later she had been warned from this road by word that a strong British patrol had come down the west bank of the Pangani, effected a crossing south of her, and was even then marching on the railway
When all the financial world was clamoring for money and perishing through lack of it, the first of each month many thousands of dollars poured into his coffers from the water-rates, and each day ten thousand dollars, in dime and nickels, came in from his street railways
Well, yes, he was to blame a little, was his next thought, for having refused the call to the Railway
Hill with his control of the Northwest; (2) the Pennsylvania railway
group, Schiff financial manager, with big banking firms of Philadelphia and New York; (3) Harriman, with Frick for counsel and Odell as political lieutenant, controlling the central continental, Southwestern and Southern Pacific Coast lines of transportation;
After which crowning mercy, the pious king, that there might never be wanting a sign and a memorial to the country-side, carved out on the northern side of the chalk hill, under the camp, where it is almost precipitous, the great Saxon White Horse, which he who will may see from the railway
, and which gives its name to the Vale, over which it has looked these thousand years and more.
Next day at eleven o'clock in the morning Vronsky drove to the station of the Petersburg railway
to meet his mother, and the first person he came across on the great flight of steps was Oblonsky, who was expecting his sister by the same train.
Even the bustle and confusion at the railway
terminus, so wearisome and bewildering at other times, roused me and did me good.