BUNK'S BELT TIGHTENER. Gas Wells in Ohio. Heating by Water. self to the attention of horticulturists.' SWARTWO17T'S FRONT RUNNING GEAR FOR WAGONS. end which embraces the axle. The bolster is recessed at B as shown for the raception of the upper end of the king bolt which is formed with a T head as shown. The head is confined in the recess by means of a plate C slotted in the direction of the length of the bolster so that when the bol ster is turned across the axle at right angles to it the head will enter through the slot into the recess ; and when the bolster is tamed into its proper position

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BUNK'S BELT TIGHTENER. Gas Wells in Ohio. Heating by Water. self to the attention of horticulturists.' SWARTWO17T'S FRONT RUNNING GEAR FOR WAGONS. end which embraces the axle. The bolster is recessed at B as shown for the raception of the upper end of the king bolt which is formed with a T head as shown. The head is confined in the recess by means of a plate C slotted in the direction of the length of the bolster so that when the bol ster is turned across the axle at right angles to it the head will enter through the slot into the recess ; and when the bolster is tamed into its proper position
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BUNK'S BELT TIGHTENER. Gas Wells in Ohio. Heating by Water. self to the attention of horticulturists.' SWARTWO17T'S FRONT RUNNING GEAR FOR WAGONS. end which embraces the axle. The bolster is recessed at B as shown for the raception of the upper end of the king bolt which is formed with a T head as shown. The head is confined in the recess by means of a plate C slotted in the direction of the length of the bolster so that when the bol ster is turned across the axle at right angles to it the head will enter through the slot into the recess ; and when the bolster is tamed into its proper position the ends of the T engage the plate. This plate rests upon a suitable plate on the Riad board which forms a seat for it. A boss on its under side enters the lower plate and forms a long bearing for the kingbolt. The hole in which the boss of the upper plate turns also admits of putting the plate on the king bolt over the T head. The sand board has a slot for the T head to pass through and on its lower side is attached a plate having a rearward projection for the support of the pivot bolt of the reach. For the support of this bolt at the lower end the inner end of the clip box on the bottom of the kingbolt is extended back and forms a brace indicated by dotted lines which en gages the lower end of the pivot bolt. This gives a firm support to the bolt and prevents to a great extent vertical oscillation of the axle. Address the patentee for further in formation. SUBSTITUTE FOR WINE CELLARS. to the contents and are fastened by a stout padlock. The racks are made of various sizes to hold from four dozen to fifty dozen and being constructed of light plates they are portable so that they may be readily moved from one part of the cellar to another or transferred from cellar to attic. Their use entirely dispenses with brick vaults usual in modern houses for storing winesand dispenses with facture of convenient articles of iron of which this wine safe is an example. There is no doubt suc