The common way of attaching hooks and eyes to cards, is by laying them upon a flat sheet of card board and sticking each hook and eye separately on it ; this method requires the needle and thread to be passed several times through the card board for each. An improvement on the above has been invented by Thaddens Fowler, of Northfield, Ct, who has taken measures to secure a patent. By this new method the card board is perforated at regular distances apart, and bent in parallel rows, forming ridges, so that when the hooks and eyes are laid upon its surface in the pro per order, they are looped securely to the card by one thread, which is long enough to pass through the entire ridg