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Skin Eruptions and similar annoyances are caused by an impure blood, which will result in a more dreaded disease. Unless removed, slight impurities will develop into Scrofula, Ecze ma, Salt Rheum and other serious results of Bad Blood T kivc for some time been a sufferer from a severe blood trouble, for which I 'iv'i rainy remedies that did me no good. I hav now taken lour Domes ot with the most wonderful result vpVH Am enioTini the best health I ever knew, have rained twenty pounds and my friends say they never saw me as well. 1 am feelinir quite like a new nan. JOHN S. EDKL1N, uovtnuatnt mimng-umee, wmungto,Lf, i. Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to any address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta, i th. JEWELRY All deslirns of Jewelry. 8 II vo r ware. Watches, Cli'k. Opera tilasses, Spectacles, fountain Peua. (. etc Repulrliix a Specialty, I urn also nnont for the Sinner SimvIiik Mnchtue. Supplies kept on hand. MRS. C. M. CONVERSE, Siicci-sr to Oo'ivuihh Urns. IT POPS. Effervescent, too. Exhilarating, appetizing. Just the thing to build up the constitution. Hires' Rooter Wholesome nnd strengthening, pure blood, free from boils or carbuncles. General good health results from drinking HIRES Rootbeer the year round. Tacknge makes five gallons, i$c. Ask your druggist or grocer for it. Take no other. Send a-cent stamp to the Charles E. Hires Co., iiy Arch St., Philadelphia, for beauti ful picture card. Jas. Boss Filled Watch Cases are all gold as far as yon can tee. They look like solid cases, wear like solid cases, and an solid cues for all practical purposes yet only cost about ball aa much as an out-and-out solid gold case. Warranted to wear for ao yeara ; many in constant me for thirty years. Better than ever since they an now fined, at no extra cost, with the great bow (ring) which tannot hi fulled tr touted ef the case the Can sal? be bad oa the cases stamped with this trade mark. Ml others have the old-style pull out irbjch is only held to the case by frictioa, lilJ can be twisted off with the fingers. Sold snhj threugh watch daalsrs. Bend for a sratchcaa opener to the tuanufecturrs Keystone Watch Case Co., PHILADELPHIA. p TO CURES ALL 5K1N AND BLOOD DISEASES. ftiysk'lans endorse P. If. V. as a splendid cnjulilnailon. and prescribe) It with great suEsfactlon for lbs cure of all forms and suicee of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary b)llls,ayptuilUolUMUuwtlsm,aororuioue I'loers and bores, uiaaduiar Swellings, KMnrnatlara, Malaria, Old Chronlo Ulcori tnat hava reasstoe all treatment. Catarrh, fekjn IHasajss. atcaeuia, Chronlo female OaZplaiata, HercuxUn'oleon.Tetter, noaM He7dole,,oto, r jr.r. la a powwrnu tonus, ana an axcoiram auMilleer, building up She system rapidly. Ladles whoa asetoras are poiaonodand Waweo blood: as In aa Imparo condition, due 'CURES MARIA. Huenstrual Irregularities, are neoullarr menstrual Irregularis tastierited by toe wonderful tomcand blonj '. ftanhslnc properties of P.P. P., mealy Aa I'ljte Kootand Potsvarlam. KM IP.P.RK&j UPPMAH BE08., Proprietors, rflitl!ysor-tr.:ct, WUWiB, Ci. Hoc 00 ll-ivi iiw me'ted few DEATH RODE THE WAVES. Chloago'e Lake Front Strewn With Wrecked Vessels. A frightful Storm Overtakes a Number ot Vessels at Aaebor and They Aref Dashed to PUeee Between Twelve and Fifteen '.' i t . Uvea Lost, ,. Chicago, May 10. Lake Michigan has not been lashed and churned for months aa she was yesterday, by the fierce wind that has been sweeping down from the north for the past thirty-six hours. Late last night it was be lieved that twelve or fifteen Uvea have been lost along the shore off this city and its suburbs. The only other point reporting loss of life is Milwaukee, where six of the schooner Cummlngs' crew were drowned in the afternoon before they could be rescued by the life-saving crew. Half a dozen schooners and smaller craft foundered off this city during the day, and a score or more are dismantled I followed the flagman too closely. Just and stove in, making an almost hope- j as his train had entered the tunnel, En less fight against the gale and huge : gineer Jonea with the extra freight waves that every few minutes sweep ' train entered the other end of the tun over them, endangering the lives of I nel. those who are still on board. It was a Hoth trains were going at the rate ot , . ... i . n A TU- .... day oi heroic etrort ana great sunenng ; for the lifc-savingcrewsscattered along tne snore. . - t At least thirty vessels were anchored outside the hurbor last nipht waiting , for the storm to subside. All are more j w less damaged and the signals of dls-; treaa that amwared amonir them from time to time during the day, kept the life-savers busy. Twenty-five or thirty men have been brought in, all ex hausted and suffering intensely from the exposure and cold. In several cases I help arrived too late and a corpse was ' i . . i .... :i found amonir the half conscious sailors who, benumbed by the cold and unable j to protect themselves were almost beat- en to death by the furious waves. At midnight the storm had not abated and every hour increased the peril of those on board the numerous vessels outside the harbor, pulling at , their anchors and in Imminent danger , of being brought into collision with 1 each other or of being pounded to pieces on the beach. ! Scenes of horror that chilled the blood UBI"W of thousandsof spectators were enacted in the harbor for two miles below the Illinois Central depot in tha early even ing. As the storm increased in violence during the afternoon the waves grew ; mountain high, dashing over the break water, deluging the tracks and envelop-' ing the passing trains with torrents of spray. Out in the harbor a dozen three masted schooners, heavily laden with lumber from Michigan, were riding at anchor. A few minutes after 4 o'clock three of the number hoisted signals of distress and citizens on shore telephoned to the polioe and fire departmente aa well as to the life-saving atation at Jackson park. A few minutes later the three- masted Evening Star, of thia city, vi wu satvw vusjishj viausv ova shore like ft rocket She Struck tne 1 ,7 V "w V j , ." .Z" i .v " " aJ 1 1 1 1. 4 iL. V. 1. i i egg sholls. As the vessel struck the six sailors 1 on board lamped for their Uvea. Five ' ! lamlod on a pile of scrap iron, going down on all fours, but the sixth, a Norwegian named Olson, missed land by a couple of feet and went down into ! the waves. The cheers that had broken from thousands of spectators turned into a groan as the man disappeared I from view. The next moment a sue- , cession of monster waves had cleaned 4ia Antr fit Oimtunjli nf nln. nlftnlr 1 I 1.1..U .1 L. J ... I. .. ...,.. which liinmu un luriKt ui uic niwr . , , .... . . I and made any attempt to rescue the un-, fortunate men impossible. About the same time the schooner 1 Myrtle waa seen drifting ashore with ' alx half-frozen men clinging to the rigging. The life-saving crew was busy a mile away and could give no assist-' ancc. The captain, whose name is ' Warner, was the first to go. A huge wave ' awept bim overboard and he was not seen again. The men then took refuge i in the cabin on the main deck. Soon I the main mast was carried away, taking ' . with it one side of the cabin. Deprived of this shelter the remain- Ing sailors were washed overboard one by one in full view of the thousands on the shore nntil but one was left Ho took off his clothea during a lull in the storm and jumped overboard and struck out for the shore. He had gone but a few yards, however, when he waa car ried under by the waves and did not re appear. Soon after her decks had been swept clear of this human freight the sohooner foundered. T.. 11 r urij uvea wero saved by the erewa of the life-saving boats and the tugs of the Chicago com- paniea during the great storm which ia still raging outside the breakwater and piers on the lake front Americas. Ilasof Coalsoatod. AMHEBiTaOBO, Oct, May It. A re port has at last bean received from Ot tawa concerning the aeixeel American steamers, Visitor and Leroy Brooks. The deputy minister of juatico has fiv eo Instructions to take vroeaedlags In the exchequer court afainat the boats, first for fishing In Canadian water without license; second, for flshlnf during the closed aeaaon of KM, and tfelrd for fishing ia violation of the lsh and game law of the province. The necessary papers are being prepared and will be forwarded to the marshal at Windsor In a day or two. This ac tion means practically that the boats re confiscated and can not be bended. Foul Play aspssUS. Crotox LAKDine, N. Y., May 19. Barly yeaterday morning smoke waa noticed issuing from the ahoe shop of JaoobUross. Th. door of the shonwaa h ,t Rundu A fl fc , , Induce t .work rrg force to join their forced open, and Gross wu found ( lying , hu hea(L Eundu WM t t. , ranks. The arrlker. went nto camp, dead on the floor near hla bed with hi , and about M ( flu . determined temaln until the worka ltpuncturd ln two place with ! murdsrer WM a f ,, 8, are closed down. Blxty ' men are re jhoe knife, which waa found near the , Tn9 f th cr(m ported en route from Pittsburg to the body covered with Mood. Oros. had ,Blit intlmMy wUh Rundle.. wlfe. Painter.' plant and will be put to work benacdwltha d Hposesslon notice Hhe . d.ughtej of one of the highly . on- ? n U 1obr1oad ,tha a few days ago, and that Is supposed to , respected oitlzens of this county. When ,arffe quantities of dynamite have been have caused him to commit anleide. the crime was discovered Kundle was placed at different point on tha strike Some persons, howeyer, think it Is a ; lying dead ia the yard and Perdue was camp at Moyer and that as soon aa ens? ct murder, and the matter is to be dead upon a bed m the burning build- large crowd get oa th ground aa thoroughly Investigated. t"a- plosion la bound to follow. DEATH IN A TUNNEL. Sleven Mea KUledn a Collision fa a Tunnel on the Newport Mews Mississippi valla Railroad Two Freight Trains Crash To- , gether While doing Thirty Miles aa Hoar. Prihcetos, Ky., May SL Seven per sons were instantly killed In a collision on the Newport News & Mississippi Valley railway twelve miles east of this city Saturday. The dead are. , ; J. Crisp, cheat and head crushed. K. L. Bowen, Jaws crushed. ' J. Condrey. " .' Boss Butler, head and chest orushed. ' . Nick Hill, conductor ot the bridge train. John B. Duncan, abdomen torn open and head Crushed. (Seorge Whitehead, altull orushed. The injuries which were not ' fatal consisted of a few minor scratches. Tha disaster occurred in the Standing Rock tunnel, between an extra freight, west- bound, and the bridge train in charge of Conductor Nick IWL Hill expected 4a in lrn t na nwlitir 4 1 1 T aSQr r1 tha Til Tl- . to take the siding just east of the tun nel. He took the precaution of sending a flagman ahead to warn the freight or any other train which might come up. The dead conductor waa backing up with a boarding car In front, but had unrvy m. u ,.. . and Jones saw the r danger in time to ; jump buu c mou ncn. uv? cugiuv crushed into the boarding car,, where the six doomed men were imprisoned, The car was smashed into kindling wood, the engine of the freight train ploughing almost through it, and fill ing tne wiuin or ins mnnei wun tne wreckage. Access to the wreck was impossible on account of eleven flat and box cars being also piled in a mass of debris to the rear. The voice of only one of the victims, John Condrey, could be heard in the awful stillness of death which followed the loss of seven lives. He was piteously appealing for help, but no living man could reach him, and when his cries ceased it was known he had joined the others in death. A wrecking train and large crew were put to work at both ends of the tunnel, and the bodies were reached Saturday night, excepting that of Condrey. All the bodies were brought here and pre pared for shipment to their late homes. It was not iced -by the physicians that J .1 all but two of the vie tun. were almost uninjured except in their heads, which j were horribly crushed. DIED FOROTHERS. . Four Brave Men Lose Their Lives In Trying ! to Rearue the Crew of a Disabled Mchoonei ; In a Heavy Bea. Port Hubon, Mleh., May 91. Tha lives of four volunteer life savers were sacrificed Saturday afternoon in an at tempt to save the crew of the sohooner William Shupe, which was drifting helplessly off the shore eight milea nortn of here- drowned were: cPt- H"y Mllla, married; Angiut K,nK niarried; Capt Henry Little, inKlei nephew of Capt Nalson Little, ' V,e 8hupe' "nd Wullftm LewU' TV A.;A - . M. nl...i : ,.ArtM-.,t . mil. tm inr Frl.W night The sea was running very high, atus, and was in immediate dauger of going to pieces. Early Saturday morn-1 ing the tug Thompson went out to the Falls reports great destruction to prop wreck, but was unable to get near ! erty in the Chippewa river valley. All enough to the diaabled schooner to j the railroads report washouts and no render any assistance to her crew. She trains from the nor'h or west were run- returned to shore for more help, and started out again with a yawl and six men who volunteered to make the per ilous attempt to board the Shupe. The boat waa launched with Mills, King, Little, Lewis and William Linn as the crew, and managed to reach the tl , . ........ a mUi.. m. (kwuvn Diiun iu ou.Vbjr. n ihsiuwi veH8cl f but jMt the almost exhausted sailors started to avail themselves of the life line the yawl capsized and all its occupants were thrown into the water. Of the four men, but one, William Linn, was rescued. As the boat went over, he grasped the rope, and was drawn to the Shupe. The others were quickly carried out of reach of help by the heavy sea and were drowned. The tug returned to shore, and the life-having crew at Sand llcach, ten miles distant, ...... ..l"...,l,..l 9 Tl... m tl,. rf on , , anJ tucweded in rescuing those who were on board the disabled schooner. THE MINERS' STRIKE. President llcllrlda bays a Rpeeriy Settle meat Will be Demanded by Public Opto- Columbus, 0., May 11. Speaking of the coal miners' strike last night Pre iden Mcliride said: "We could make . ... ., agree men is wun ui operator now j that would put more than half of our men at work at the wages we demand, i but that would leave us with local fight against the operators who would not pay the wagea we ak, and to main tain those flghte would be a burden upon the miners who resumed work, ao there will be nothing gained. "The miner would prefer to have th auspenslon order reoalled, and to be allowed to make whatever arrange ments a to wage that they could, rather than accept an agreement with only a portion of the operator. By imply recalling the aaapanalon order now, a majority ot th minora, I be lieve, eould go to work at onee, oa greatly improved eonditloaa; and the strike would prove substantial vlo tory vcn In that eaa. But our ranks are firm. Thmlnre show ability to hold out Indefinitely, aad w are going to win a oomplete victory." A Terrible Tragedy. Rhisihabt, Ma, May II. AtOo'clock Saturday morning, William Perdue shot nd killed A. W. Rundl, then set fire GREAT FLOODS Cause Death and . Destruction ' i Minnesota and Wisconsin. In The Downpour of Rain the Greatest Ever Known In the Northwest Bridges, Dams and Houses Washed Away Five Uvea Lost, ' St. Paul, Minn., May IT. Half a mil lion dollars will scarcely cover the dam age done by the great storm of Tues day and Tuesday night in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The down pour of rain was the greatest ever known in this section of the northwest .1 tv, mntiii nlarok. waft RH HttfttrUfttivA ... . . f ' . Tt,. jm.m i. ,o Kiver 8t, CroiXi Eul8 d river8 where thc ri8e in 1 ........ the water was so rapid that bridges I could not resist it and dozens of them I were washed away. In several places , also dams were washed out and the ; swift flowing floods did large damage J to business property, i The death list no far includes five, ! one beinir killed by lightning near Anoka, Minn., and another near Rich mond, Wis. A woman and two children were drowned in the Eugalle river near Springvalley, Wis. Railway trafilo - f . . n d b rf teJ P Jd .J ia the tracks. Reports from the farming districts in dicate that the loss to farmers will be very large. On rolling land the rainfall was so heavy as to wash out the tender young wheat and oat plants. Hundreds of acres of grain are reported ruined in Goodhue, Washington, Pine and Benton counties. The potato planters of Chi cago county also report serious loss. At Stillwater rain fell in solid sheets from 11 o'clock Tuesday night until 3 o'clock yesterday morning and the dam age done will amount to at least f 100, 000. The water rushed down the hlll- ' sides at such a rate that it carried I everything before it, including several i buildings. The Sawyer house, the larg ; est hotel in the city, has three feet of i water on its first floor, i At St Cloud one of the results of the j deluge was the drowning of two men. ; John Mooney and Andrews Swanberg, in attempting to cross a rivulet on hnnuil.u In t h . taifrn M MnnHnn Hon was twelve feet deep and the little creek was several hundred feet wide. At Sauk Rapids, Minn., the heaviest rain of the season, accompanied by hall centered over that place Tuesday night, setting in at 9:30 and continuing until t a. m. Wednesday. The Northern Pa cific track suffered badly, all bridges between Rice and Clear Lake being washed out and the track made im passable. Tha Wisconsin Central tracks from Stanley Wis., to Chippewa Falls, a distance of thirty-five miles, have been washed out. Not a piece of track half a mile in length is left Weat of there, as far aa Olenwood, a washout occurred wherever the road crossed creek. No trains can reach the city on .1. - T.nMl .Lm,, . .1. ' Viioihtn. Wle. Mm 17 A flood la sweeping down Illack river valley. A large number of dams, mills, iron bridges and other property have been destroyed. A dispatch from Chippewa nlng yesterday. The wall of water sweeping down Black river valley struck River Kalis at 1 o'clock Wednesday morning. The dam of the prairie mill checked the rush of water for a few minutes, but the wall of stone could not withstand I 1 ... , kiln uicwum dim mc unu. vi,g na TwQ MAgn wore iwept Tom tUufr i fastenings and were carried away on the torrent Railroad lines suffered severely from wash-outs. At Bloomer, in the Chip pewa valley, several dwellings, a large planing mill, the city pumping housa and the fire engine house are gone. The great dam across thc Illack river near Illack River falls was in danger, and tho went w ing was blown up to ; save the remainder of the structure. 1 his sent a great uoou down the valley on Illack Kiver fulls. The mill district of Olenwood Is a scene of ruin. The big dam and sluice way of the Olenwood Manufacturing Company wero carried away. Every bridge on the whole length of Tiffany creek is gone. Many dwellings in the lower purt of the village are under the .,, .,' f -...i, -,. i. , the woodll ,bout mIle M(1 a balf from . 1 V"U. MISSOURI DEMOCRATS la State Convention Adopt the Silver Rats of IS to t aad Indorse the President. Kansas Cut, Mo., May 17. The dem ocratic state convention late Tuesday night nominated Franols M. Black for supreme court judge to lead th ticket The convention wrestled with th majority report of th committee oa resolution until 9:15 o'clock yesterday morning. Th majority report waa re ceived with considerable enthusiasm, particularly the planka relating to finances. The Indorsement and com mendation of President Cleveland pro voked the convention to cheers, inter mingled her and there with hisses. The financial plank is strongly in fa vor of free silver, but does not propose a ratio. On final roll call thi- majority report waa adopted by a vote of 423 to 109. This report embraces Bland's ratio plank. Allege1 AMesnps to Blow Cp Strikers. Scottdale, Pa., May IT. A large number of striker assembled near the Central works yesterday, but failed to KKOWLEDGE rtriags comfort and isoprovement aad tends to personal enjoyment when rightly need. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's beat products to the needs of physical being, will ateaa the value to health of the pare lieaid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, 6yrnp of Fix. ' Its excollenee ia due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative : effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers and permanently curing oonstipauoa. It has given satisfaction to millions aad met with the approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid- F t; a r 1. ...L neys, xjiver bluu jjowcib hhuuuk weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. BvruD of Fiefs is for sale by all drur- gist in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. ouly, whose name is printed on every rnu-kure. also the name. Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute u ouerea. CURES RISING . BREAST .-. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" t&Sjrtt ofleroil child-bearing iman. I have been a miil-wlfe for many years, anil in each case where "Mother's Friend" haUbcenused it has accomplished wonders ana reiieveu mucn suffering. It Is the best remedy for rising of tin breast known, and worth the price for that alone. Has. AI. M. DnurrFR, Uonlgumery, Ala. nn tell all expectant mothers If they will cvi r few bottles of Mather's Friend thi-y will ir t', rough the ordeal without any pan and .;l.oriiib-. kUa. Mar BhAmiAM, ArgusviUe, N. D. Vfi MMher's Friend before birth "ol my ei.:!nh child. Will never cease Its praiso. Mus. J. F. Mooaa, Colusa, Cal. t-'V. by express, charges prepaid, on receipt p. vri.ee, 5110 per bottle. SRADFIELD REQULATOR CO., S.ilil ly all druceisU. Atlauta, Oa, DR. C. K. H18EY, ' ADeutistof 20 lenrg Experience. TIITH 00LDOR PORCB- vn inrrmnaos HXTRACTED LAIK CROWN. ONLT 30 IHFERIOBOP- WITHOUT B13T MATBKIAL E RATION 8 PAIN, CORRECTING PASSED OFF FOB With all the latest An IRRK0H!rA?. FIRST-CLASh WOHK eslhetlce. A 8PBCIALTY. I am assisted by Dr. E. O. Farrow, of Walla Walln, WbhIi. Stiioup Bcildino, Liberty St. - - WELLINGTON, O. PIBST NATIONAL BANK WEIalsIITGTOXT, o. EstabliBbed in 18C1. Capital 1100,000. Surplus $20,000. DoeB a general banking business, receives deposits, buys and sells New York exchange, government bonds, etc. Drafts issued on all Euro pean countries. S. S. Warner, President. Ii. A. Ilona, Vice-presklcnt AVui. Cushion, Jr., Cashier. S. S. Warner, S. K. Laundon, C. W. Ilorr, E. A. Ilorr and Ed ward West, Directors. A Letter Vorth Reading. "After a eerie of tests at oar Elizabethport factory, extending over a period of several months, we have decided to use the Willimantic -jdr Star Thread believing it to be tbe best Spool Cotton now in the market ; and strongly recommend it to all agents, purchasers, and users of the Singer Machine." THE SINGER MAWACTURIHQ C0MPM." (lend IA cents and receive six apoolsof thread, any color or number, losether with four bobbins lur your nuicblne. nady wound, and an Intemtlni book on thread and aewlng , n. Br sure aad mention the naiue aad number of your machine. WILLIMANTIC THREAD CO., Willimantic, Conn. "THE BEST IS, AYE, THE CHEAPEST." AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUB STITUTES FOR APOLIO. r ttk. " l rr.4r ns Tnsnr n.r"'-' j - vurrrubinitra v.r CAM I BTAIM a fateit f fra rimanswar and an noneet epinloa. evita so U a H c cm., who kave aad aearly Sfl? yeaiaf expenenee la the patent baalneas. Conmaiilea ' tlooa suleUy eonSSsotMl. A HaaAa.of la. fcraatloa eoaeernio PataaM and aev to ob ala thea sent rrae. Alsoa eatalotaoiaeclia leal and solentiae books sent trae7 J Patents taken tbromtk Munn Aj Ca. atesfv peelal notice In the aclaaele Aaieriaaa, an4 thus are broaebt wldelv before the snbliewltb eat eort to the lavsotor. Thie sptandld sapK Issaed weaklv. elesanUy Urawrated. has k avtaa - Ian eat eireolatloa ( any selntise wort la Lba world. a year. Sample eopiaa sent fsee. nlldlna BdiUoauaiaatbly, ttMrn yev. Slnei stal ipw, i7 huiimv eonmas e a. f ! alataa. ta aolora. nd BhntnrMnlu a koaeea, wltk f laaa, enabl incballdeastoshowta leteei desijnu and stoare eoatxama, AdUreai , aKJnal 00, w lowx, l BauaasiAT. Installment plan. - " Pianos sold on the installment plam $6, 98, and ilO payments by Wm. Vischer & Sob. Mensiruatlon PAINFUL HiDstroatlon Aad a PREVENTIVE foe lukkuuHkSnssr Are Ssfe end Reliable, EST" PerfeiSly Harnilrsy The Ladies Purely Vge I taoiei ntver , Faitsl PRICE I.OO. Sent postpaid on receipt pr'ee. Monevrernndad II " Yin do Clncbona DeaMabM. lewa. For sale by F. B.Tissot Oaveata, and Trade-sfsrks obtain. andalU'al ant baslnene conducted for a) orients fill. Our Offlca Is Opposite U. S. Pateal O.Hce, and we esn ecrare patent In less time thJo too remote from Wsahlnirton. bend model, drawing or photo., with dsscrlp tlon. We advise, if patentable or n it, free o chw. Cm fee not due till patent Is cured. A I' .roM. "How to Obtala fatenta," with luuniii ai-.ukl ciirnii In you Mate, cou&tyor town, scut free. A4i'.rst, ll...i Pit, tit : '. o,Da 5 Cross i anew aw w i Pills Awa ' B mrsr i F not Co..