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The My Hew Mexican
Bu NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO. n hntereil hs Son auta l"e l'ost vllico. (11(1 Oltt.SB ujHtt.r nt tli I BOW IT WORKED, i The fate of the lead ore clause' of the Mi' ; Kinlovbill lina beeutettled, ami settled as i it should have been. As will he well re t im'tubered, thetreasurydepartnientiinder : Mr. Cleveland's administration adopted : the jilan ot' admitting free of duty the ! cheaply mined silver-lead ores of Mexico, aud when the smelter and railway cor- portions combined to continue this i ruling in force it began to look as if the flmly pur year .1uaj Weekly jwr year . .fXCv atx muutha 6.U0 Mis uioutim l.'M three month 8.UU Three uuutba l.Ou ilue munch 1.00 Daily delivered by carrier 25 cent" per wek. Kat.ua fur 8iaLnliuaaiivtrti8e&..utamaik'kuowii application. li.imniiiiiipiMnni lutnnAtA fnr niihllp.Hmi miut be acuomi.auied by the writer's name and i lead mines ot the Kocky mountain region jitreHN f nood editor. Letter pertaining to bUMincsN tmuuid te adiireaaed tu Naw Mkxican I'rimiiiK Co. panta Ke, New Mexico. lUf-'l he Nik Mexican in the oldest news aier in New Mexieo. It Is aent to every l'ost Ollice iu e Territory and has a lame aud btow uic circulation tunonK the inU'lliKent aud pro- re,4"h'p T.eoi.le of the Hiuf hwest. THUK.S1UY, MAY 22. aunrenn not lor puoncai ion uui an anevmem t . . . fnrpvpr r-lnapil ilnix n Of rvinrsp of Kood faith, and should be addressed to the!BimK1 "? lorever closed uovwi. ui course they could not, paying $2.50 and $3 per day lor American miners, compete with the cheap labor of the Mexican republic. As a result thousands of good mines here tofore yielding a neat annual income and i giving employment to very many men, were compelled to close down. The fact that the fluxing ores were being secured by the smeller corporations at alxjut one fourth their former cost, however, made not the slightest dillcrence in the cost to the miner of trealiug his ores. He was charged the same exorbitant figures, Idle free lead made it possible to treat the ores cheaper, and the largely in creased prolits accruing from the smelter industry continued to roll in and line with silver aud gold the pockets of the lead trust and other New Kngland cap italists. Free lead was making them richer, and making Colorado, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Arizona very much poorer. In New Mexico particularly it served as a two-edged sword sword ; it cut both ways aud deep. How ? During the time that Mew Mexico enjoyed that share of protection for her industries which every commonwealth of the union has a right to expect under the present system of gov ernment, her silver-lead mines afforded A prominent Indiana attorney is mak ing an effort to secure the appointment of judge of this district in the event of Judge Whiteiuan'a resignation. The chances for his appointment, the Nkw Mexican is informed, are uuod. The sentiment iu favor of statehood lor New Mexico is constantly increasing. I'eople are gttliug to understand that statehood is necessary for their advance ment and prosperity, and the more they understand this, of course the more they favor statehood. The movement is all right and is growing stronger and stronger. The river and harbor bill now pending in congress, among other things, con tains an item lor au appropriation of $900,000 for "improving the navigation of the Missouri river," and still the ques tion of aiding in the reclamation of the arid lands is unsettled. Just wait a lew years and the great far west will cause them to biLija an altogether different bong Akbukai ion for the adjustment of all employment to from 5,000 to 10,000 men, perhaps, who now have no occupation among us. Mexico's cheap lead drove them out of the country and caused the labor troubles, if adopted, would save I mine shafts to be abandoned. And the millions of money both to the employed and the employt r. In the state ol New York alone, according to the bureau of labor statistics, wages have been sacrificed to strikes (luring the past live years amounting to the bum of $.S,u-l;2,!ii6, w hile the loss to employers has ueeii $;,-loV,!)42. Ok course, the McKinley bill for the protection of American industries and the American wage wotker aud home inter ests has passed the house against a most frantic and bitter ln;lit of the l.ritish free traders, and it will pass the senate sub stantially in the form it has passed the bouse and become law. America for Americans and let Jlritish free trade take care of itself the best it can. Veky good prices are being received by the shet p raisers for their spring clips of woolaud for mutton sheep. Another good thing for New Mexico, liusiness mutters are looking up all oerthe the territory in consequence thereof. If the sheep own- mine owner was not the sufferer. The force of the stroke fell directly upon American labor; upon the poor man, and quite as much upon the local farmer and fruit grower as upon any other branch oi industry, for when the silver-lead mines here were in full, blat there was a sale in the camps for all soil products at remunerative prices, which ceased when free lead came in. For these reasons New Mexico has a vital in terest ii. at least this much of the tariff discussion, and it is gratifying to note that a Republican congress has placed itself on record as being quite ready to afford protection to American lalior among the mines of the far west as it is to protect iho vast corporate industries of the ex treme east. The vote on the lead ore clause of the tariff bill is an augury of much better times for New Mexico. ! .S'rr.PHEX H. Ki.ki.ns is announced as a candidate for congress in the 2d West ' Virginia district. The district is a very 1 close one, the present incumbent, William ers do well, and that very important in- j L. Wilson, a I'emocrat, carrying it at the dustry of sheep raising and wool growing November, 1SSS, elections by a majority flourishes, every other business in New j of .'if4. Mr. Elkins, if nominated, will Mexico is benefited thereby aud nourishes ' make things hum and w ill be elected, also. j That is safe to bet on, aud at heavy odds a( tmt sieplieu B. Klkins kuows what After five long and weary years are he is about, and has calculated the the cattle owners and stock raisers ol chances to a T, and as we say there can New Mexico able to smile again. It is j be no reasonable doubt of his election ; he about time. Their lot has been a hard : will make bis mark, and it will be of the one, but au era of prosperity seems to be i right kind, in congress and will become ahead from now on for them. Let us one of the foremost meiuberso? thai body, hope so. The cattle interest is one of the New Alexicc will also have a very good most important ones in this teri-it .-y.uiiu iriend there and one who is intimately when the eali'.a raisers and owners are ' acquainted with her resources, needs and prosperous, the entire territory is bene- requirements. All speed and all possible tited. New Mexico farmers are reminded at this season of the year that the amount of saccharine matter w inch the sugar beet produced in this soil carries is almost success to him, so say Mr Elkins' numer ous and warm friends throughout New Mexico. Tins fruit growers of New Mexico must have lower rales on fruits trom the Wells- equal to that produced in German soil. ! Fargo Express company. Our fruits are It would be a good idea for every farmer j better and liner than California fruits and to experiment a little with this product, : with fair-express rates our fruitgrowers for a bounty of 2 cents a pound is ere long I can compete in Colorado and Kansas and likely to be laid on every pound of beet sugar this country produces, and when it comes to a show-down New Mexico w ill produce mure pounds to the acre than any other region of the union. The Denver News has secured the ex clusive full Associated I'ress service for its columns. The News, barring its poli tics, and even there it is a very decent paper, is a first class, enterprising and ably edited newspaper and very friendly to New Mexico. It is an old timer and a stayer. The Nnw Mexican congratulates secure a good market. The Wells-Fargo Express company will serve its own in terests by advancing the interests of New Mexico. Lower rates on California fruits are all right and are w elcome, but just and fair treatment of the New Mexico fruit growers is demanded and will be had, if not one way, why then another way. KlHTOltlAL COMMENTS. NO BETTER COI NTHY. the News, wishes it all possible future ! fr0" a P"'" f,he Tex" & ' , . r , , road, east of hi Puso, up the l et success aud extends sincere thanks for , to Koswell, in New Mexico, ha the aid and comfort heretofore given New Mexico's interests, with the hope that such will be continued, as the help given has proven very valuable, timely and ac ceptable. As an adjunct to the world's fair festi val and in order to provide a feature of the Columbus discovery in which all Americans can take part, it is proposed that on the eve of October 12, 18D2, or on the evening of that day, at nightfall, a bon fire be lit on every suitable hill-top or mountain of the United States .(rom the Atlantic to the Pacific, and from the iulf of Mexico to the Canadian frontier. In order to make the day still more memora ble it is also proposed that on this day the people of every community shall arrange for a grand national picnic where patriotic exercises shall be the order of the day. The movement for the oiganization of s tax payers' association for the purpose of examining into the validity and legal ity of the very large debt of this county and to compel an honest administration ol the financial affairs of the county is gathering strength aud is taking actual shape. There is rib use in paying taxes to meet the interest on bonds illegally or fraudulently issued, or for the purpose of having sucn taxes diverted from their legitimate purposes, if paid. This has been done time and time again in Santa F'e county. The good work goes bravely on, Mid will redound to the benefit of the Us payers and of the good citizens of f aata Fa oeunty. It is announced from New Mexico that means for the construction of a railroad lfic rail- ecos river ave been procured and construction will soon com mence. The intention is to push it on westward from Koswell to Los Cerrillos, in southern hiinta Fe county, and there intersect the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and form aconnection w ith the Texas, Santa Fe or Northern, which is now really a part of the Denver A Rio Grande sys tem. This would give Denver an outlet, to the gulf through New Mexico and western Texas. The road will traverse the very best agricultural region of New Mexico, the Pecos and Manzano valleys. Great irrigating canals are now beinu con structed through the former, w hich opens io settlement a district of country capable prouucing immense crops ol corn, of wheat, rye and other cereals, fruits and vegetables in abundance. No line con templated through New Mexico passes tnroiigh a better country than this. Den ver News. the great uenefits of statehood. Our becoming a state, we are pleased to see, is not being placed upon political grounds. It hs entirely resolved itself into the question whether or not the people of New Mexico would be more prosperous, whether their wealth would lie increased, whether we would have better laws, and whether the law would ije more rigidly enforced. These are a few points to be considered at the present time when tire territory is knocking at the door of congress for admission into the sisterhood of states. No good, rignt thinking citizens should pause to in quire what is the probable political com plexion of New Mexico. He should Xx, willing to let matters of this kind regu late themselves, knowing ami realizing that it will make no material dillereuoe to him at the outs tart which party is in the ascendency, particularly when the great betielits of statehood are taken into consiileraiion. Any other view of the matter is to place it on very narrow groundi indsd. Koswell Register. Its strnerlor excellence proven In million of homes lor more than a quarter ot a century. It is used by the United states Government. In domed by tho deads of the Great Universities ai the stronKest, Purest, and moBt Healthful. Dr. Piiee'a Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia, Lime, or Alum. Sold only in Cans. PPIOK BAKING POWDER CO. NKW YORK. CHICAUO M . IOOIB If You Have CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, SCROFULA, COUCH or COLD, THROAT AFFECTION, WASTINC of FLESH, Or any liiseaoti wliere The Throat and l.ungs ar Inflamed, Lack of Strength on Wcrve Power, you can be relieved and Cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVEROIL With Hypophosphltes. Paltoli a Man. Auk for Scott' Kmulnlon, and let no explanation or aoJicitation intluce you to accent a stthstltute. S'tld htf all Dru o 'ffintn. SCOTT & BOWKE, Chemists, Ii. Y. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. GEO, C. 1'ltUHTO.N, Attorney at Law. Prompt aud careful attention liiveu to all business i iitrnsted to hiin. Will l.caeliee hi all courts of the territory. KALl'll K. TWITCUKLL, Utorney at Law Bpleijelberg block, Santa Fe, New Mexico. MAX FKOST, Attornky at Lw,Hauta Ke, New Mexico. GKO. W. KNAKHKL, Office In the Seua Building;, Palace Avenue, collections and Bearchiuu Titles a specialty. KUWAKU L. BAKTLUTT, LuTpr. Santa Fe. New Mexico. Office over necoud National Bank. I1KNKY L. WALDO, Attorney at Law. Will practice iu theseveral courts of the territory. Prompt atteutlon given to all business iutrusted to ills care. , T. f CONWAY. S. S. POKEY. W. A. HAWKINS. CONWAY. POSKY Si HAWKINS, Attorneys md Counselors at Law, Silver City ie!W inexieo. rromui atwjuiiuu given w bu business intrusted to our care. Practice iu all tiie courts of the territory. K. A. FlSKtC, Attorney aud Connselor at Law, P. O. Box "F," tiauta Ke, N. M., practices in supreme and all district courts of New Mexico. Special at leiitiou aiven to mining aud Spanish and Mex i can j y'diaul litiKatiou. X. B. CATRON. J. H. KNAEKBL. T. W. CLANCY. CATKON', KNAlClilCL & CLANCY, Attorneys at Law aud Solicitors lu Chancery cianta Fe, New Mexico. Practice In all the Courts iu the Territory. One of the tirin will be at all times iu Hauta Ke. PHYSICIANS. J. H. SLOAN, M. L).. Physician andBorgkon. DENTAL SURGEONS. E. W. L'ENGLE, M. D., D. D. S. Devotes his entire attentlou to the practice of Dental Surgery. Oiliee hours 10 to 12 aud 2 to i. Itoom III Hotel Capitol building, Palace avenue. Successor to Dr. Metealf. D. W. MANLEY, DENTIST. Over CM. Creamer', Drug Store. OFFICE HOURS. - - 9 to 18, to 4 REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND SURVEYORS. WILLIAM WHITK, U. 8. Deputy Surveyor aud V. H. Deputy Minora! Surveyor. Locations made upon public lands. Fnrnlshes iuforinatiou relative to Hpauisb aud Mexican land urantB. Ottices lu Klrschner Block, second floor, bauta Fe, N. M. J. W. OLINGER. Undertaker-i-and-:- EmbalmeK Cor. Water and Tkoo Oanuar &tn.. Book publishing Try description of Bonk and Pamphlet work promptly aud ueittly executed. Mall in men FuruUhed on application, if Jna have manuscript write to nta fe New Meslen. to the Nil HETICAN PRINTING CO EQBJHBLRNUf! For LOST or FAILING MANUooD uenerai ana ntttvouu LEMUiy WeaknM of Body and Kind, Effects of Errors or Exmuei in OM n v Rebut. NsfeU MANHOOD tallr HMtortd. Hnm ... . "U"S( tra.a BK4, VUDKTIUIPID ORU1B8 PARTS Or fioUT ibudttll nUlint HOM TlllTliJT-B.ii.. I., d.. Wrtllj Trim 10 8UM tmt frelfa Caulrin. WrluV.iL INMripHh Book, evaluation and proof, lira' m.m! i r Mono ERIK fefOtCAL OQ., BUFFALO. Ik V. THE PELiei WATER WSitEL Gives the highest efficiency of any wheel In tho world. THt? DAILY . 71l S.J W J II t.a" Farm Lands! i New Mexican Tbe Greatest Mechanical Achievement of Modern Tlmert, More Than TOO In Use iu All Farts of the World. Good for any head above 20 foe and adapted to every variety of servlca. PELTON WATKR MOTORS. Varying from the fraction of one np to 12 and V5 horse power. Inclosed In Irou cases and ready for pipe con uectious. (Jnequaled for all kinds of light running machinery, Warranted to develop a given amount of power with one-rmlf the water required by auy other. Send for circulars. Address The Pelton Water Wheel Co. 121 and 12S Main St., San Francisco, Gal. ARCHITECT andCOHTRACTQR ANTONIO WINDSOR. CLOSE FIGURING" MODERN METHODS! SKILLED MECHANICSI Plana and Specifications furnished on ap- plicallon. iorreapoimeuee buuuou OFFICE, fiower 'Frisco Strict. Santa Fe, N. M. js ay, A pnnK FOR THF MILLION FREE OME TREATMENT WITH MEDICAL ELECTRICITY For all CHRONIC, ORGANIC and NERVOUS DISEASES in both sues. Itur tin llplltiil vou read this bonk. Addreia THE PERU CHEMICAL CO., MILWAUKEE, Wit DR. BAWDEW'IS ELECTRIC BELT WtTHSU!PEH5DIW ctCu?'-'i'.,",, .,-.. ,, m "ItSXiv. llJM'"" IIIM'llKilOSH or BX K8SKI- n ni'.ll. 'V.'iV inrnaCDlUI l7 "'"!'! iMPROVEOK-iytetSlFliTBIC BELT ANI ISUSPHSORT or mNOv54!S3'. MO.MY, Made for thl. plll pur pose, Cnro ol Oener.11.0 Wr.lnM., Hiving Frrrly, lIM, ""( ;. Cnntloooo. Crrrnl. ot Klrjl rleit V Ihrnu.h .11 l.AK CARTS, rriurlns ihem lo HKAI.TH and ''''"'"'L? , .i Klerlrlc Current Frll In.unllj, or we forfelia.VOOO In e0. IIKI.T ond Nmpeo.orj Complete 6. and up. Worrit eueirer. maaeoUi Cared in thru nionini. Boated pampblet tree. SANDED ELECTRIC CO., S'lHNEB BLOCK, DENVER, CPU UNDER IRRIGATING DITCHES. Printing & Bin ling Choice Mountain Valley and Lands near (lie Fool Hilh FOR SALE. DEPARTMENT. Improved Printing ataealatory and an a tenalva Ha ef the Uteat and awst feeaatl fat (a en Urai la Trpe. Oata, e Ms i ,H : 'A !'R A D O jM.1 ! i' 'e.V -V yVllJ.Yi jtrrlHfi A WEAK MAN Can now cure himself of the deplorable results oi eurly abuse, and i erfeetly restore his rlifor and vitality by the Hn-at Australian ReiiKdy. 'I'hc remarkable cure" of hopeless caccs ol nervous itebility ami private coin, plaints are everywhere stampl K out quackery. The medicine, a physician's gift, to MilVeriutr humanity, will be sent free to those afflicted. Address OR M. B. TAYLOR, 809 Mark 1 1 Street, Hau Francisco BLANK BOOKS, SCHOOL BOOKS, AND 8PECIALLT DESIGNED BOOKS ort niftht anfl anr. hi!lt,'. Power. .Soli Vtomi.bietrri-. DR. SANOEN. SK!HNtfl ' RUPTURE 'i'mvnNENTi,yci'RKbohlu ZANDER ELFCiAiCTRUJ'i trm...l BEST J'RTJSR Bf ABF UK ill ICurl.ii-( itM'Hor 11KK1 int'n v(Jivl,it Ki.it,THH'TltCHSinW...LI VrfrTI II Kl AIM.lt, elvinitlNnTANTKKIiBt ilv ( I Hh. M orn with K.eA( f.al Thin Inventiiin fninlilne. HiMnure, Our .blllt,. Power. Hold .(rtrtlr on Mi'i 'tu. I'rlfefll. IIIunCc OCH.DIIICF'1 ' Beware ol Imitations. NOTICE AUTOGRAPH If .y" " " " H A jrZAr- THE GENUINE APPLY FOE INFORMATION About The Great Southwest Whorn last year farmers netted 1100 to J200 ft IIUI C ,,(,r acre for fruit, grown on laud that can bo duplicated to-day forjuo per acre. Whom flve tnns a,fltl,a ''"V, worth $12 per 1 llcl c ton, was grown on laud tue like of which can be bouglii for lft per acre. Whopo many! many olh r products, such as if Uul c Kwcet potatoes, tomatoes and early vegetables, netted as large aud largerprullts than fruit. Whopa t1" summers are cool, tho winters Illicit; warm, cyclones unknown aud ma laria unheard of. Uhopo tnere ls the best opening in the world fVllClG for honeht lmlustn'. To W. F. WHITE, Passenger Traffic Mrnager, A.,T. AS. V. K. K., OrHKMtV F. GKIKItSON, Immigration Ageut, (.,T. K. K. R., 6'23 Emit i Uuildiug, Chicago, IU. This railway passes through twelve states and territories, and having no andsif i's own to null has no object In advancing Ihe iu'eresls of any special l"CHlltv, or iu giving any otner than ab solulely reliable Information, ft realizes tha' the prosperity of the farmer of the great south west m aus prosperity t itself a'so and is thus naturally willing to aid tbe immigiaut as much as possible. I Boletin Popular! A Npanlsh Weekly Paper published at Hauta Fe, N. M. LEADING SPANISH PAPER OF THE TERRITOBT. grBBCRIPTION RATKB: One Tear.nn. a Man., Sl.flO. Inni.,11 ELECTRIC BELT i il'lllli1 ' MIHl hi Owlnp, to the giwt c.ftRH of the new 'Cala. Klectrlc suspensory Bell," we have reduced the price from 9H to 1. which makesit tl) cheap . T'lnu'rel lud niI.T fnthr - b. o. and superior to othera which are rmm no to 130. Free by mall (or8lorTIlKi:Kh(dtsforIO.Hendf"rclrcular. Addrcssf Clalllo, la Klertrle Bell I'o. Itox 2a8 Hnnfrniirisro.rnl orcaiias TO WEAK MEN Buffering from the effects of youthful errors, early decay, wasting weakness, lost manhood, etc., I will send a valuable treatise (sealed) containing full particulars for home cure, FREE of charge. A plendid medical work should Tie read by every man who la nervous and debilitated. Addreav Prof. JF. C FOyvXEg. Moodm. Conn. FLOWERS. All lover of Flow ers are requested to send for a hand some Illustrated Catalogue of Plants and Flowers to J. L. Russell, BROADWAY FLORIST DENVER, COLO. sex sest. Tew atteatlen Is reapeetfally eaUeel t the large and sompleie Matins; Depart ment of the DAILT XWW MEXICAN which Is new prepared tie all Maid o the naeet Job Printing JtostetMfraflon of the prairies and ralley between Raton and Stsrlnaat hundred miles of large irriprating canal have been bunt, or an in course of construction, with water for 75,000 acres of lamd. Tbow land with perpetual water righto will be sold cheap and on that tasr tMM of ten annual payments, with 7 per cent interest. la addition to the above there are 1,400,000 acres of UH 1st ale, consisting mainly of agricultural lands. ins elimate la nngurpaased, and alfalfa, grain ud fruit of afl HbAj W to Mrfection and in abundance. The ., T. A 8. F. railroad and the D., T. A Fort Worth railroad i I property, and other roads will soon fnllnw. Those wishing to view the and can secure special rates on the ratV Am mmA will h.v. m .altnfn ma An 41. - it ,1 1 1 1 i . I " ' v m vKrmw lumj vu U" Mkiuo u Uley BilOIUU DUJ 10U I WV VI UU1U, Warranty Deeds Given. Ml particnlars apolv to The Maxwell Land Grant Co NEW MEXICO rTnaiRtrkJ UlALCCER BOOT J. C. SCHUMANN. Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings Keeps on hand a full asor'mnnt of Ladle!' sad Children's Flue Bhoesfalso the M '(llum aud the Cheap r es. I would rail especial attention to my Calf. :.d LlcM Kip W A f KER Boots, a boo for men who do heavy w ork aud need a soft bat eerviceahle npper leather, with heavy, substan tial, triple soles aud standard Hcrew fastent Orders by mail promptly alteuiled to. P. 0. Box 143, Santa Fe, N. M for Stock Broken, nTJnes, Banks, taaai anee Companies, Keel Bstate, Baslne, Men, ete. Particular aMeaUen (tven In Descriptive Pamphlets of Mlaras Frepet ties. We make a apeelalty ef SHORT NOTIOX, LOW PRI0K8, FINX 'WORK, PROMPT ZBOUTIOR Stock Certificates small Jek Printing assents! dispatek. Katlautas glvMa. WeeBBale to order- We l tke FINEST STAMDAED PAPEB The New Mexican THE BROA) GAUGE SALOON! EAST IDE OP TIIE 1'LAZA. The Choicest Liqu rs and Cigars. Club Rooms in Connection POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES. Keep en hand the genalne La Fantasia Cigar, guaranteed to be Pure Poll Havana The - :- San -:- Felipe ALBUQUERQUE, N. Ml. The Leading Hotel in New Mexico. BW SUaRAOBMBrTT. KBF1TTKD AND KKFtJKNIHHKD. STBIOTLF FIKST GLASS. TOlllilBTS' HBA1IUDARTBBI Hotel Ooaoh and Carriages in Waiting at All Trains. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FAMILIES AND LARGE PARTIES. TBBntSi 2.60 to $8.00 per day. Q. W. MEYLEBT Propr TIMMER . HOUSE Silver City, New Mexico. FRED. O WRICHT, Manaer. i J". A.. "MOSES. pROpn REMINGTON STANDARD ! TYPE-WRITER Umm Kun for Fifteen Years the STANDARD, and embraeM the latent and highest achierements in inventive skill Send for Catalogue. j ufvmnce fiCAUANS A RFNFnirT ' champa strkktJ as swnwi - ---.w . , dknvkbj. OOkO.