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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

HBB'Hn'SHEPSnHBB'aa| WMVMawMM«M* ¦^J__J^WMfei- ij^mahs^^n&mlM W&H Atltiaii, Bradford Connty, Pa. wia^^JpSpa j& ex). EJTElirS PATENT UAWSOAS f HOR§BvPOWERS! WE are manufacturingrtbese jttStly_Celebrated Endless Chain Powers, for" one and two.liorses : to which wc havt nddertjbehlmprorementsas torankc them the best endless Chain Powers in tbe world. On* ,--* -3*aSi!SHErS AND SEPARATORS i Art'mnch Irflproved over the 'Albany machines, and work admirably;" Our new /"'.;. TIOO A-PdTNT THRESHER A?m CT^EANER," Just finished, will, we are-eonCdent. prove Itself to be the Best Comoisep Tukesiikr anp Wissowkr in market-It runs easilytis simple, strong, light and dnrnble; will not earry ovor,-nor,jwaMe'. grain ;*nd will thresh pud clean St for raa-ket as much grain per day, with the same powerrMg any Thresher with Separator wiBlhresbi It l< admirably adapted for two and four hor?e powers. Joh tlireshcni will find it to be jnst toe machine they have so long desi...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 3 March 1859

_^B V'»¦ CHAMBERLlR^t. m m^W§ CUSCU.ee. WATCH WL* JJ asas'iv.iEiuEa, r '* ^Bll Towanda, _Pa, JMT*1 THIS IS THE E8TABLBBM; where yon can And a very fine .Ji c WATCHES AND JEWELRY of ill deLrtS**11 * good stock of CLOCKS, prices langinTftZ * « up, and warrantedI to give good satitf^"*^ I sm also agent for the safe of D. E. 1 BvrS " Barometers, which every farmer shonl* tiw^L?'* ees from $8 to »20, according to finish ft^p ," done as usual In a neat and workmanlike m.„l " ranted. WM. X VUtm,l'M N. B. The person that took a Breast ra, r„l^] July 3d, to show to his wife, had better ctf T,n-' regard to the matter, perhaps it will Mr, ^v*'' and trouble. ***IS Towanda. Nov. 24. 1»5S. ^ JEWELRY! JEWELRY! JEWEL,* A. BtX. Warner'i New If Splendid Jewelry Store, one doorM of Pations Drug Slorr, f —- HAS just been opened with'th, limsB _^BS. most choice stock of Ft^Hie, T!sssl \Wrt 3L P,,WiC' -nd<'c<1'h* ™ »felr «?SB Mr^ JM the opening of his new nnti huS . ^^¦ , r^**"gur ?t ...

Publication Title: Bradford Porter
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

I SMcrici $! oftrj. I %<yWA3XT>A. i H . - * -mow* , » ¦ — ¦ ¦ w . {inrsday Morning, March 10,1859. |K —— « <W »; M BPHIKO. j|) BT BUSBY T. TTCKKBMAX. n Bride of the year! I met thee hut if Amid thy favorite bowers, P . iud saw thy virgin form reposo • On bulk* of Southern Sowers; M rtj.jjreath awoke Citation's lyre, Thine eye embodied youth, B Thy smile gave birth to equntlcss dreams B Of glory, 'ovc> V^ troth! ff Zephyrs, as angels' breathing soft, B And rain more Sweet than dew, P liolded thy beanty into life, p Sweet, delicate, and trne; * k - Tie »ky a deeper azure wore, II The sea more gently rolled, t The snn hU bannjer newly decked E With purple, rftsc and gold. B The dim, gray olive's leaf grew bright T" fee! thy kindly air $ 3u Siir it- "Id boughs, (ike childhood's cheek Kg Pillowed on. hoary hair. JSP The cypress wildly waved no mpre,N ?'': , And ceased its dirge-like moan., H« Tii gm'i thy thrilling toui-h, and hear E The music of thy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

WATER. , Pisrelhne0us. ' There are two primal necessities of human life; good water and pure air. Yet, strango-1; enough, these two things, which, it might have been supposed, instinct itself would have preserved to ns intact, are most rarely found in savage or civilized life. To conufie ourselves to water, we find a striking contrast between the ideal and the real, between the typical image'of purity and the actual condition of our household water. If we could analyze and test one-half of the fluid which enters in to the composition and preparation of our daily meals, we should be as horrified as John Perry's immortal boy was, when he sees the magnified cheese-mite in the _ microscope, and hears that, perhaps, he has. eaten thousands of them in his life. A certain little pamphlet put forth a few years ago, had a most terrifying microscopic frontispiece, indicative of the TOrioas conferva} and animalcule fonnd in the supplies of the various water companies of 1/mdon. It ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

Getting lp at Wight ,," The door was locked when I got home," saidTomi "ancLhpw to get in without. waking up the Governor, Was the difficulty! 'I knew he'd give me particular fits, if be knew I was out after 10, and the clock had just struck one. The back yard was an impossibility, and but one chanco remained. There was a porch over the front door, the roof of which was but a few feet below the two windows. One of which I knew was fastened down, and the other opened from the bedroom, which might or might not be occupied. An old maiden sister of Tim's wife had arrived there on that same day, and it was very probable that she was in that room ( bnt I knew tbe bed was-in the corner farthest from the window, and hoped I should be able to get in and through the room without waking her, and then I had a comparatively easy thing of it. So getting a short plank from a neighboring board pile, I rested it against the eave of the shed, pulled off. my shoes, put them in my pocket, and the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

. ^,.,, , u: ../Timely^Hfet* ot»m'?h< .. ¦ - >. 1 The failure ofth%' wWafBrM,|8. Waiif: s>0 „trons'bf- the ^omW^^eMmi&M^M^ ! S^^'i^i^ m^m^l^^ siderable forethought and ptanniiigishece^sary tS'&Urmu^tKWi^^^fij^^'lUjk way to procure the seed, aW'the"besi; tobde of 60111^110)),. ''^ ilcsirt^^ riving at proper conclusionsftiusroio^uf ns to give considerable thought "to this'subject, and in the present and )>rt!vidi|S Utabbm^' have described plants not generally:g>owti; In this country, that perhaps may; be" introduced to advantage; Oflate.jS'C, nave^eiafiu^ied' tfcb importations of agrtcuftnral productS, to ascertain what we1 were" unrbhaSno: Tfbm" fbreTtrn countries, that might better pbr ^b#4at3iorfle and vro will give'a few Tacts fo|'thVcftD8lderation of the. producers of the cbujilryl; v Daring the last fiscal year, ending'June 30, 1858, there*werc Imported iinfo',this,*'cpbntry nearly $100,000 worth of pH^tqesr'!'&b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

The following|Mf»4heparticnlar|^«|ate murder at Washington, a brief «*icebf which we gave last week:—. '% . "j|.. .. • A correspondent of the' TrUmnt. add*: ' " For more than a year there* hajre beeii floating rumors of improper hitimary between Mr. Key and Mrs. Sickles. They have from gme_to. time atte,Dded parties, the opera, and rode out together. Mr. Sickles has heard of thesereports, bnt would never credit ihem until Thnrsdlty'etenlHg last.' On that evening, {ost as a party was aliont breaking up at hi* louse, Mr. Sickles receive*' among his papers an anonymous letter. Without opening his mail, or knowing the contents of the letter, he «xomp*nied"hi« wife to a hop at Willnrds's. On his return home, -at midnight, Mr. Sickles opened the •npnymons letter, which informed him pf $h* infidelity of bis wife, of her intimacy with Mr, Key, and stating alt the details of the manner of their meeting, and naming the Saw of reodMvcns. The letter was so plans! e in its statement?, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

tbs nomas or cohsbsss. For the information of onr readers we give a resume,of the most important measures acted upon during the Second Session of flic Thirty-Fifth Congress. Such a statement cannot fail to prove interesting to all. A bill providing for a Railroad to tbe Pacific was introdnced by Senator Gwis, of California, debated at great length, and finally killed by striking ont all between the enacting clause and the final section. In this mutilated condition the bill was suffered to remain for the balance of the. session. The bill granting pensions to the officers and soldiers of the-War of 1812, was passed by the House bnt defeated in the Senate. Tbe French Spoliation bill was defeated iu the House. The bill to admit Oregon into the TJuion was passed. A resolution requesting the President to take such steps as he thought necessary to abrogate the Clayton-Bnlwer treaty, was defeated in the Senate. A bill appropriating thirty millions to facilitate the acquisition of Cu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

^mffWRmmm^ l&>m^peBd«eeor;«^;Br»roT*|tiiorte«g M ¦§ ¦ ' .§; r<-v:^j§B*^^f Sft»---Mb. E. O. Goodbich—The general appropriation bill fees passed the Committee of the Whole. It underwent som^jajie,ndment, not very material; some progress has been made in its second read^iya^^ last year, bnt in many respecU higher than in 1857. The chairman of the committee of Ways and Means has been accused of following tbe very t*w*/« precedent of- the democratic Legislature of but year; bekckriowledgts the corn, bat says, it is so much easier to increase expenditures, than to-reduce them, that be very naturally and easily fell Into the error.— On the whole, however, it will be less than last jear. ,., i= ': -".""'Jii An attempt W bee% iaiade to fix the 26th Inst., for toe final "adjournment, but ttere was so much buncombe connected with the question, that the day was not finally fixed. There are a great many ways for members to set themselves " right on the record," and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

LOCAL AND GENERAL . .. '* £ti^$v:*mLut SlhmvoB-osilrw^T ma^yA«ucKB--Ut (BrawBtown,) W/alariag, Kfrcn 3d, (Sj/U DANtflt BBOWN, aged 88 real*, SmrtbM , ana»Bay*. ' ^V - I ; Thomas Brawn; the father of Daniel Browo, etntftsted from Connectknt at an early period, and aetUedtnthe Vallfjof Wyoming; be waa the lather of tweotr<one thlldren, of whom Daniel was the lift soirlyor, and. .two. of/whom, Thomas and John, were killed at the massacre. Patience Brown, the wife of Thomas Brown, 8r., escaped from the fort with six children, among whom was Daniel then abont eight yean old, Thomas, the Cither, being a cripple could not keep np with the family and wa» over taken by two UdUoa Who anffered htm to escape in consequence of being a cripple. After General Sullivan's expedition la 1779 against the Indiana, Thomas Brown with his family returned to Wyoming. Some- few yean afterwards Humphrey sad Daniel Brown settled at Wyalusin g near the phice occupied by the KorarlaM la 1785, and c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

MfSIMpriw. y ^^.w^^wt/<^«^Ofif-:l r ;; ^o^vSStSaT: ¦;!--' Thursday Morning, Starch 10, 1859. "Tjskiis—Ont Dollar per annum, invariably in atlranc&—four mttki prcxnouM to At expiration of a tiriucription, notier will lie gietn by a printed' icrapper.md if not re? ntwtd, the paper toil! in all cata be ttopptd. CurnntStf— Tat Reporter will be tent to Clvbi at tkt fol towing extremity low rate*: «eoni«./or *S 00 115<ojn#s/or....?lJ 00 10copUMfor 8 00 120eopinfor.... 15 00 InmrisatKSn—for a tqMorr of UnRneiorliu, 0*s - DollarforthrtionlettiMtrtwtu.andtuirtirftvtttal for each nbtequtnt iattrtltm. Job-Wobi—Exeeuttd with acenran and imaUh.anda rtcuomtblepHer*-*ilk ertrj Joeility for doing Boo** , Blank* . Hand-bill!, Bali titkttt, Jv. Uoxrr siojtfcrsraf fij ami/, at oar rUk—mtloxtd in m envelope, and proptrlm directed, let mil be raponnMt for its toft delivery.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

DEATH OF THE POST MASTEfi GEREBAL. Postmaster General Bitowu, died at Washington on Monday last.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

HKf wHaWMffr&f:. Citizens of Bradford Co, -' :-t» RESECTED. FJUEJ^:^y -% 0 ' |UR card has now been before yon two! weeks; fcjr tide time yott roust have discovered that we ore tradesmen engaged In selling good sin Owego, N. Y„ ¦ ' • we wish to say to you a few words aboot'oor business., We keep* Mock of Dry Goods, that la (so far a* along! experience and close observation can enable natoselect,X complete In iU adaption to the wants of tbe people of this region. . ^ - ' Domestic Goods we have In all their variety of style, quality and articles. BOchas Brown Sheetings, Shirtings, Drillings, Dentins,' Tickings, Stripes and Checks. Goods for lien's Summer Clothes from 61 to lty cents per yard, (onr customers say that the 64 prints are generally fast colors, trying proves them to be ao.) Ginghams, Bleached Goods, S-4 Pillow Cases, Cotton 8-4 and 104, Bleached and Brown Sheetings, Flannels, Linseys, Towelings, Ta We Diapers, Ac, 4c.' Among onr Dress Goods may be found DeLaines b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

jKfjMlanwM. . "' ¦ ¦ • ¦¦'•/' ¦¦•!^r!-;'/""~rr' DBiPORmTS CHEMICALBTOBi*J» fCLLt'I -OB. BOBTSB'B APOTHECABY STOBK 18 FULL I DBi POBTEB'S OFFICE IS FULL I' OF ALL KINDi OP EVfiBYTHTNG I '"""' OF EVERYTHING OF ALL KINDS • OF EVERYTHING FOB EVERYBODY t OF EVERYBODY—FOB ALL THINGS 1 CHOICE PERFUMERY AND FANCY GOODS I CHOICE GOODS AND FANCY PKBF0MK8Y i CHOICE TOILET ARTICLES & FRAGRANT WATERS BOSS, VERBENA, COLOGNE,,BAT * LA VENDEE I . i l TWINE FOB BROOM MAKERS I TWINE FOB MAKING BROOMS I TWINE FOB TYING BROOMS I GLASS, LEAD, ZINC, OIL AND PUTTY I VARNISH, BRONZE, GOLD AND SILVER LEAF! VERMILLION, OCHRE, UMBEB, GREENS & BLACKS! GOOD BURNING FLUID AND CAMPHENE1 GOOD FLUID AND CAMPHENE FOB BURNING ! GOOD FOB BURNDTO-CAHPHENE AND FLUID I IMPROVED—NON-EXPLOSIVE—FOR GAS 1 FLOWEB, FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS I FRESH TEA, OLD COFFEE AND PURE SPICES! GUM DROPS, LIQUORICE AND REFINED CANDY! ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS! ALL THE COLORS IN TUBE PAINTS 1 ALL THE COLORS DJ TUBE PAINT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

t-«jL.jwu..uui.ir1ra-'L..VrffrtTr ¦-¦!¦¦¦— ¦* ¦¦¦¦«¦ »*¦ *+ "' 'WStUhMB'-WtimWmitt^ TBE KAN that (axtoa the TIN AND SHEET gOS WARE oi the E.\GLE WORKS, Is •SMWtMW! admiring tMrisis to be the l«t looking imwjaafttae U«t workman in Tto and Sheet Iron of an* nuur tat thbragiosi ofcow.tre. TitiWi»a«debyhlml».wair»att4«et* leak mXlle fi always aa hand, like a tboe»nd of brick, to make work to order,or do HOUSE JOBBISG.M Bate Tronghs, Conductors and Brormg, or to .exbJblt a Urge variety of ' . S^OV-lCBl-."5-¦¦¦"¦ •" For cooking with Coal or Wood.or I^rior,Omc*or Skff* Stoves made at Hie above worlw. rmtlf youwiabtosive orders for CASTING OR MACHINE WORK, eaiUtissJ otherendoftheiiameiMUbllxbiiwBt where yoa eM nttv enre anything you want In the line of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS with late itnprovemraU, «u*b OS Plows. Cultivators, Corn SfaeUers, CntUng Boxes, Horse and Daw Powers, Ac, or any kind of Casting In Brass, Iron aad CorapoarUou; or Machine Work and Bepeirlae toWMat and irorkmanlike ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

B arto awtettfegwents. jj~ FABAK TO BSXra B^ ondcrsigiied wishes to rent,his farm, situate in ¦ ^ PiU township, containing 170 acres, or more. Said B>U under good cultivation, well fenced, good barn ViM, underground stabling, 4c., well watered, and ¦¦taJed for dairy : over 100 ocres improved. Term* ¦icable-for number of years. Apply at Humphrey & ¦ *m'« Store, Towanda. ROBERT P. 8H0RTELL. ¦ I°rui ^ March 8,1859. I *ior/a Point Chrirnitig Powers. ¦ . VERY Farmer, who keeps three or more Cw*>, <honld have a good Portable Charnlng Power. ¦ * PORTABLE DOG OR SHEEP POWER is adapted ¦^riud dairy from S to 15 cows. Price ttS. And BfOBTABLE DOUBLE SHEEP OR CALF POWER, B*" nacbine just got up by us,) Is Adapted for dairies ^¦^¦J U to 25 cows. Price $25. These jPowera arc ad-^¦*"J| adapted for the purpose intended ; also for tun-^Ppoil-Btone.i , corn-sbelWs, ieed-catters, lsthesand ^E?% and give universal satisfaction. They are du-^K'*»pl*. welt-made and compact...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

iM^fltoE, -''^^^K^^ a^L^a9*a^a^a^al*H*f - So. % Patton's Slock, Towanda, Pa., Have recently added hfrgely *°lnetr **kof DRUGS i MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, FAIvflLY GROCERIES. They also have constantly on band puma wroBS add uqvoas, FOB MEDICINAL PURPOSES. FRESH CAMPHENE, At the lowest rates, and BCBNING FLUID, of superior quality, manufactured expressly for the gat-jet Fluid Latnpt. They also keep all the Popular PA TENTtMEDICINES, of the day. Every article going from this store Is warranted os represented, and If, any prove diflercnt, they will be cheerfully taken back, and the money refunded. J. G. PATTON. Towanda. Feb. 1.1850. Dr. E. D. PAYNE. GREAT BARGAIN FOR S WINTER GOODS! CAN NOW BE HAD AT ROCKWELL'S. THE SUBSCRIBER bos gill ou bond a Ane assortment of French and English Merlnocs, Plain and Printed DeLaines, Polka, and all wool DeLaines, Union Plaids, Shawls ofall kind* for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children, Bonnet Velvets, Winter Trimming*, Ladies Cloth.Woolen and Knit Goods, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

itaai. - ] w><Vs»»*^.i».-«-»«Ji »is»*^. -»i»is««sfc^^.»«.w»%*i»««IWw»«*>»^ ; A D»IIWSTKX«l1i#KdlTCB:-N«^^ ; iV taa^r eta^ven.tljttaBfafiso^ ,^ £0* estttiof; AittL FOS^Ta SKS. fate, of .Kotth Towanda, are requested to make payment witttpax delay: and thoae having dalms against the said estate wffl please preaent them duly aeAlasallsatrf for settlement ' " SAMUEL Rl^WB, Jannary K, 1859. " .AdmiBKimtor dthmu mm, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—Notice hi hereby given, that all penons indebted to tbe estate of WILLIAM BEBK, late of South Creek, dee'd., are hereby requested to make payment without delay ; and all persons having claims against the said estate will please presen: them duly authenticated for settlement. GYRUS BEBK, Jan.M. 1859. Adm'r, with the will annexed. NOTICE.—The Board of Revision of Bradford County have fixed upon the following days and places for holding of the Appeals in said County for 1859, via s j Athena Bore, ', at John's. Swan's. Tuesday, Feh. It...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

§1 DXZXD, i|'Wntt'» Creek, Bradford County, Pa., Feb. IS, Mrs. liJi.VE, wife of Geo. Birchard, Esq. ¦ Ki itceasei suffered from a painful disease, hut during Bpotracted illness was never heard to complain or Bar, bnt patiently waited for ber change to come. §§8*ntu, her remains were followed to their resting Bsfctnnyof her numerous friends and neighbors, and EpM in the tomb to await the rising-blast of the Re-Hsiiii trump. " Blessed are the dead which die in Hi' J. G. N. ¦ &.F<*. 20th, of Catarrh Fever, JOHN KEL8IE, ¦tagHt son of Charles W.,and Amanda'M. Reynolds. Wt'^t 3d year of bis age. g| " Aj the sweet Bower that scents the morn, | i But withers in the rising day ; 11 Thus lovely was this infant's doom,. H Thus tarty fled bis life away.''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bradford Porter — 10 March 1859

-'—¦ ¦ » wap-'"*^***? 1* *Ty*-*-«i'*»*'*^—¦*-^^*>y"--" ¦ ¦ - ¦ --'*' ¦*•'•* ~ '"- 1".'" ' '¦"¦"*'" •*" T^lePHKJ*^^W^K-*:l^"^*JlWflW^|^»aP"^^i^ W ^»,:,ij t»'^- ^--'' -..^waauna-: ^- •?/# '¦-"£"¦ ^j^atoilv Sewinff Ma&MncS; ^•|^:STTLES-i'R0@^|6;T0 ,123. • ¦ ¦ ••• ** EXTRA ^HAHGEOF •« FOR HEMMERS. F. B. CHANDLER, Auest. Mostim>;t. J '- j; m. BjjBa, fON, ,/:.ur.!ST.rEtjif3a. .tl^jtjSSE^tA'CITlN'ES sew from Uvoppbols, ,dt; aa purchased frnrti the store, reiinirina "« re-wimVtagoUhreadj.they Hem. Fell. Gather, and Stii-h in o jmpertOE OtSto, finWdns each seam by their own «peration, without recourse u> the hand needle, a* i* reipiirul -by: Other, jnachlne* They will do better and cheaper is*ss-|njishana«amstres*, even ifshe work* for one cent #^8 7ur.«JBiare. iinqncrtiunnuly. the best: Machine* in jtbe-o ttrket for family sewing, on account of. their simpllclt^finilrtrtltty.«»-¦¦? of nianajreraeiit. anil adaption to all varieties of family wwing—cxecntiflfc e...

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