It was now nearly half an hour past noon, the down train had just gone by, and there would be no more traffic at the junction
until half-past three, when the local train comes in to meet the up express at a quarter before four.
On my arrival at Starkfield, Denis Eady, the rich Irish grocer, who was the proprietor of Starkfield's nearest approach to a livery stable, had entered into an agreement to send me over daily to Corbury Flats, where I had to pick up my train for the Junction
At noon we camped three hours and took luncheon at Mekseh, near the junction
of the Lebanon Mountains and the Jebel el Kuneiyiseh, and looked down into the immense, level, garden-like Valley of Lebanon.
The Asiatics had descended and cut every wire and made a cinder-heap of the Junction
, and our travellers pushed on eastward.
A member of the Hofkriegsrath from Vienna had come to Kutuzov the day before with proposals and demands for him to join up with the army of the Archduke Ferdinand and Mack, and Kutuzov, not considering this junction
advisable, meant, among other arguments in support of his view, to show the Austrian general the wretched state in which the troops arrived from Russia.
The spear entered the rhinoceros' neck at its junction
with the left shoulder and passed almost entirely through the beast's body, and at the instant that he launched it, Tarzan leaped straight into the air alighting upon Buto's back but escaping the mighty horn.
Da Souza had purchased a morning paper at the junction
, and their host's perfidy had become apparent.
On Tuesday afternoon a Boston lawyer, who had been trying a case in Vermont, was standing on the siding at White River Junction
when the Canadian Express pulled by on its northward journey.
About midway between the head and the mouth of Macarger's Gulch, the hill on the right as you ascend is cloven by another gulch, a short dry one, and at the junction
of the two is a level space of two or three acres, and there a few years ago stood an old board house containing one small room.
He had left Julius at the junction
about three hours since.
We had sallied forth from a desolate little junction
within quite a few miles of Milchester, had been caught in a shower, had run for shelter to a wayside inn.
Nor was the scenery, as we approached the junction
of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, at all inspiriting in its influence.