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..: .SDNTIN rL
gg *.ust be paid for
toe as *1 OflU.
of this Pa
jU nemio~td, andi
il dasohelI the du
gd ,sa sairy as the
6$ reftm sfall
W'. B. bMJTH.
]U 3g W.17.
eiug coluaus. t2
,j dIseted to tme head- '
soP in this column.
sao ioterior were ter
lpel b ate heavy rain. h
dihe Ab, Oor'sand R- le
1N leas time this s- 13
to the interest of some h
oipotice under the head I
end Council of Bayou T
leg to say under the
i. ggerg has opened his
is the building occupied t
gah's shoe shop. S
SAllen taken passlengers
peseb way. Consult the t
L Streck, cashier. b
letter box for St. Francis- d
nod will be duly placed y
of which will be given. ti
'o Square Deal Saloon for h
beer. A lunch will '
w taorning ; don't for- W
nmore of a picnic to be
by our fire boys at a clay
Its a good idea, and we'
will carry it out.
tare duo :o f r. Vander
rGov. Allcr for releat
atd favors ill the way of
with late New Orleans pa
Fra Fire Engine was put
trial on Saturday ;t, t, C
tformed exceeded any of hler t
-annras. She givaes tt- a
iea plaiced on the bridge t
eruce of Mrs. Ross to pre- I
have beenl taken down.
he replaced, as the hlridge is
gerous condition. We call t
'a-attetation to this tmat
refer our readers to the
utofMr. .Jo,. Ya:cnaro, Car- t
eferraker. It will lie found
ad Mr. •Vacaro will be
heal of the hill, prepared to
wantts of the people, .ill his
able charges. t
attention to the advert ise
J.8. Sweettmaan which uap
her collann. The hlaIlf way
teated intanedi:ttely ) tthe
nar two vilagces, oflerig 1
ilhities anld ecolv lelretces te
isl to purchln e any of the
les of merchatnlise contain
iwho. being "faiint by' the
y desire to regale them
aglass of ice cold, declieious
Step in at Mr. Sweetmat's
Mr.Friend will el hIappy to
execellencies of their goods.
-This talented yountg ac
oar midst with a combinta
re stars, to open at Fire- 1
layon Sara, ot Mondlay even
th"Zingara",-,to be follow
6y evenintg with "Alone."
slly fine hill will be lpresaett
dlldnesday. the clasmlg nlight.
auce will atneclude with a
reputation as a abrilliant ac
hi established ill this collnlnl
extolling at our hands. We
the sutccess his energy and
kage of l)r. A. Q s'tnltnors
ae costs you nothing, and
?rlife. Ask'for oneat Mum
1'ks' . ag Store.
AVE YOUNG LADY.
relast thie Fanklin Sun mere
lthe fct that a yonng lady
(we forget her name) had
who wias attemplltillg to
. From citizens of that par
that tihe flunily of tilhe
were reulovitng frotlm on
thor ia the neighborholoda
ofth6b househlold etfects were
hoethey were to~viltrg frotlll
iatthe yolt, Iatly was left
ltheta; t:at shao loeulead a
,tbtg it tunar the held of her
d-iown attnl full asleep. She
frout her sleep by the
td O her lthroat. Shie :at
treeherself from his grasp,
ame time get pitolssession of
in tle strauggle site was
thie floor, but fortuanltely
le of tihe grn, which she
"ohe haiud, and as the bratte
to accotmplish lais fiendl
placed blth tiurale. of it to hlin
iha ttigger aend killed Ihimn
'snf ved herself front out
Utle world ofta bruatiah taon
sa briefaccount of thie aflair
-itbfroml partit' who pro
'um STouRt.-At about 10:30 p.'m., on
Saturday last a rain storm of exceeding
violence set in, accompained by wind
and continuous lightning At the outset t;
there was comparativelylittle wind blow- ii
ing, but this inereased rapidly as the rain re
continued, aqd by 11 o'clock a heavy gale tl
prevailed. The flood gates of Heaven tl
seemed to be opened and the rain poured aI
down in perfect torrents almost uninter- es
uptedly until near daylight. Meant- a
time there was a magatfelient pyrotech- ni
nio display provided for those who enjoy hi
the " frightful grandear" of the waring it
elements, and the thunder's continuous di
roar shook'tle fougdtiogs of terra firma.
The storm was renewe4 eArly oi the fol-.
lowing morning (Rnnday) and continued
in all its severity until Monday morning
following. Making due allowance for in- ai
termlession, whith were "few and far be- t1
tween," we feel safe in saying that there A
were 30 hours of is heavy. a rainfall as
was ever experienced in this neighbor- n1
hood. Creeks and bre he were at flood T
height while the swamps and val- h
leys were a wasie ofwatera. Fortunate- u
ly the violent wind was of abort duration, t1
otherwise the damage to the 'crops must el
have been meeh mere severe. As it is v
the daquage must be very considerable, d
particularly to the crops in the low lands. t
There is no doubt that to say a set back
of at least three weeks willbe the conse
quene, is conforming ourself strictly
to the bonds of a. reasonable calculation.
We have heard of no damage, except p
to gardens, in the two villages. bayou a
Sara was rather damp to salt the conve
nience of pedestrians and 'several of
the bridges at the crossings got lifted, g
but there was comparatively little
damage done. At the Bayou Sara coal
yard the large fleet of boats moored
there were in iminont danger of
being swamped by the waves or filled
with the incessant and terrific rainfall. It I
was only through the most en
ergetic measuresathat tie fleet was saved.
The steam tug Moulton being away at a
the time, and labor, being scarce there a
was every reason to believe that tlne de
struction of the boats would be accom
AMENDMENTS NOT DEMOCRATIC
[Onachita Telegraph. I
Louisiana has had five constitutions. I
Of this nuimber three were Denmocrantic,
to-wit: the constitiution of 1t12, 1845,
and 1852; amnd two were Republican, to
wit : the cosntitutions of 18ti and ll 18id,
the latter being now in force. Each
pr.escribed a ,mode of amnendmelnt to it
telf, but ,o jealous have the people al
ways beetn of their rights in that par
ticular that whenever it became neces- I
sary to change any part, the whole fun-I
daRuental law has been submitted to re
vision, and the custom never varieji un
til aftter the adoption of the present con
Tihe eonstitution of 1812 was superse
ded by that of 1845, and the most impor.
taut change was the abolition of the par
islh judgeship ; thait of 1852 suapmemed
that of 1845, and its most importa4nt
change was to make tt.e judiciary elect
ive. All the couveutions were ca:lled
by Democratic legislatures, controlled
by Democratic majorities, and ratillfied
by Demcratic voters.
The cmastitution of 18thi was nothing
nmore nor less than a Iladicat pretext for
oppressing the white population of the
State. It existed four years withour
change or arnmedumet. That of '188,
now in force and apparently. so slea
t.o Whiloun Delnacrats, was only intended
to more securely bind the shackles fast
ened upon us hy its predecessor. With
it, amednlmetts colmnenced five or
more have already been admplted i nine
teen are now suggested, and fotty odd of
the original articles are to be. stricken
out. The constitution will have been
eviscerated, but the life of the thing, its
tail, will survive.
In the better days of the state no such
thing woulld have been thought of, or
toderated, for the Legislature could not
have arrogated to itself any such right
of Puthority. But now, in the midst of
electrical wonders, we have the political
spectacle of a Democratic legislature pIro
posing to abrogate the judiciary eystem
of the state and to subtitate in its place
something for which some new man i0
imust be discovered aied which mullst lead
to inextricableoc mfunsion. And whern we
protest that no such power'existed in the
Lagislature, tha:t no such ihsve was rais
e.t ill their ctandidacy, that Ino sulch wish
was prevaleo-t. "1nd that Ilo re:aoll or pre
cedent wou'djustify it, we are gravetly
told that " thle pleole themselves 1do Io
know what they wM.t !"' A conIIveltiii
would cost too muich ! The term of tlme
present officials would he alridgedl ! The
Louisiana Lottery wou.nlt he abolished!
Monopolies would be discoiltinued andl
prohibitedl! Spurious boneiim wouldt be
reludliated bet'ore tlhey could be fonclid
:tand tr:rasfmIrred ! Supertlinons ofllices
would heo lone awiay with ! Ecomnouuy ei
forced to the injury of this or thall:t goodl
oetlicer! And a thonllu:utll andi one otther
equally as uinpll:triotic objections iare
The auendmellts are nlot Demilocratiic;
they ;mre :a coili1rmianise bet, tweel radicals,
office. holdlers illd monopolists; devices
to perpetuate as long as possible portions
iof tleo burdenls 1of a c.nstitltiO that res
Spectable Repiutlie'nna could not sign or
.approve, anld thl't* hollor'lle men cannotll .
Iiovow sliport or endnlre without a burn
ing collscionsuess of sh;Ulle and degrmada
The weak, tile f'eble, the intfirn, the
r ntervolls, the delicate, are in a few day~s
.strcllrogt.lleltdl 1y the usc of ])r. lHlarter's
A CRAYFISH RAIN.
Whether it was owing to the recent
transit of Mercury or the recent rainfall,
it cannot just now be stated, but the fact
remaius that during the rain on Sunday
there was a plentiful tall of crayfish in
the neighborhood of Constance and Race
streets. The little fellows that descend
ed were about halt an inch in length,
and showed considerable livelikesss,
much to the gratification of the boys. As
bisqui soup is a little out of season now
it is somewhat unfortunate that they
did not arrive earlier -N. O. Democrat.
AN OLD RELIC.
We had the pleasure yesterday of ex
anmining one of the most curious relics
that has ever been found in Louisiana.
At Col. Rhodes' gun store, on St. Charles
street, there is a stone tomahawk, fqund
not long since inear the mouth of the
Tchefmncta river by one of our amateur
hunters. The stone from which is was
wrought is remarkably hard, and shows
that it must have taken much time in
shaping the implement. The weapon
was doubtless from some of the old In
dian tribes that lived on the shores of
the lake.-N. 0. Democrat.
MAYOR'S OFFICn, BAYOU SARA, LA.,'
April 20, 1878.
"At a called meeting of the Council of
Bayou Sara held this day, the following
resolution was passed : *
Rlcsolved, That the Revenue Bill of E
1877 with al the amendments be adopted,
and that the tax be fixed at 7t mills, for
the aensuing yar. a
SJNO. F. IRVINE, Mayor.
W. L. BE.L, Clerk..
May 11, 1874--1mo
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THE EASIEST SELUNI,
THE BEST SATISFYING
Seain .Mal ill
Its atiedooto msad Werd-run wsd
r tlon was the death'blw to high
THERE ARE N0 SECOND-HAND
WHITE MACHINES IN THE MARKET.
This Isa_et r eissw t Met t m te gto
%a lh I e " i ee macblt re w l ass en cc
deessi cti~'ro s. take. back
lseaea) adremllt ann put spas ti market
II 'WHITE IS THE PEER OF ANY SEWING
MACINE Now UPON THE MARrET.
IT IS MUCH LARGER THAN THE FAMILY MA
CHINES OF THE INGER, HOWE AND WEED
ItO~,OSTS MORE TO MANUFACTURE THAN
EITNHER OF THE AFORESAID MACHINES.
ITS CONSTRUCTION IS SIMPLE. POSITIVE AND
ITS WORKMANSIP IS UNSURPASSED.
" Do not Buy any other before try
ing the WHITE .
- Prices and Terms ade Satisfactory.
t. IG NTS WiMTED i
W- kIte Besdayt Ns chdne Co.,
el OO n,,,',i, f',.." r'o ,.ink. ,t,,,ah,,"
Ie ift you wtit .t. hlsilss L'at whic:h persoll
U Can make money faster at work for
us than at anything else. CapOt41
not required ;e will start you. $1 per
day at home made by the industrious. 1
Men, women, boys and girls wanted
everywhere to work for as. Now is the
time. Costly outfit and terms free. A -
dress TRUE &d CO., Augusta, Maine.
OLD PIANOS MADE 1
ASGOOD AS NEW
JNO. SCHWAB. P
Pianos tuned, regulated and thoroughly
Office 112 St. Charles, Street,
Near Poydras Street, New Orleans, La.
. $ Country orders solioted and prompt
ly attended to. feb-16. -
-e the moet genial balsam ever used by
satfeToý s from pl henra t e eUs ers.
I a eaA f terba products which
ha i ie a t fl effect on the throat and
uns detaches from the air celI all ir
int aenld atone cheeks the Inflanuatiou
produeoa the collg A inedoeo
relievea the moseet d(istressiif paroyd.r
soothes .rvouses. anr d saies the er-su
ferer to endJoy uiet rest at night. ecing a
pleasant cordial, it tones the weam stein-.
ehls and is specially recomenied for
What others say about
* Tutt's E pw ectorant. l
HaId Asthma Thirty Years.
Sa4L RoaR, . ~birsary 3. _th .
* I have had Asthma thirty years, and never und
a ,adicine tl.at had such shaoy Cher lsNt."
S W. F. HOGAN, Charles S. Pri
A Child's 1lea of Merit.
*w P Its Nhoember to t76 .ab s
. T4ntts Eirpexlcrat is a famili:ar naine i. Sy houe.
lly wife thlinL.k it the best medicine in the world,
and the clildlrn .sy it is O icer then molsses sp
candy."' NOAH WOODWARD, 101 N. PodrEt.rL
"Six, and all Croup."
11anm themother of ihildren ;all e themh tive
been croupy. Witho.t Tltt's Expectorant, I don't
thlink thcy could Iave survived sese oC the Sttacks.
tis a mother's bulees. esr. M
A Doctor's A vice.
.Tn my practice. I advise all aiiiesto keepTut's On
.xpectnralut. in sudden emergecncIes, for coughs. Tr
croup, diphtheria. etc."
T. P. ELLiS, M.D., Newark, N. J.
sold by cLi dregfet. Price 1.00. O1es
oldmby 35 urry sse, Newot a N reow.ac.
po(rtaCnc as aar eble situion. A
"THE TREE IS BYH ITS FRUITS"
'Tatt'Pllr' ae wildtheirweghti gold."
t IEV I. R. SIMPON, Louisville, Ky.
" Tutt's Pills sr- a pl lesluir of the ine- t.t
erenth centLur'y.`"-REV. F. . OSGOOD, New Yr. Lh
SI [rave used rttt'. ILs or torpor of the liver. to
Th'ey are surriar to'ny' medicine ae bilosry dit- st
Orders eve ..ad,." e
1. P. CAIR, Atlqe yjo Law, Asgwes, & h
- I have usrd Tott's&Pili-v5 ycers in my fiamnily
They are unierunlaed torrcotilnesmsnd hilosTcu."
ey e i WILSON seglw, Teas
"'I have nued Tattt's IIe"Z ·with meeat henefit."
W. W. MANN Kir MoabiL Registelr.
.'lue sell fifty lboxi Pills to five of all
others."-SAYRE & CO. Csrtrmville, as.
"*Tuitt's Pills have o'ldi be triel to establish
their merits. Thrvey work like magic."
W. H. BARRON.SImmr St., Boesn.
" There is no medicine wswell adapted to tihe core
of bilious di-ordirr as Tutt's Pill."
JOG. DRUMMEL, Riebmesd, Virginia.
ANDb A "TI oD MlR.
sols l1 fidresl ts. as cents a o_. O@ i
g, r__=y NStreet, N'ew York.
TUTTS HAIR DYE
FROM TIER PAICIFIC JOURNAL.
Iwnhich re'lora' onlltliai beauty to ther hair.
That emlncuat 'hemist ha sueealded in
Sproducingt a tHir Dye which Imitates
Inature to perfection. Old bachelors may t
now rejoice." S.
Prtee $1.00. Offce 35 Yuares St.,
New York. 8o d by all druggists
" r 1 bauviiaosa yu Cainlilg)ieill ill.
i-'i_.J "' I~i5 ta, L20" per 'tiy mctio lay
nay wvorker of either sex. right ian their
ownl l]tu:alitiee. Plart.ictlltri uatl| allltales
worth $5 free;. Iniaprov4 yollr a lprts tilaau
:tt this blilinct8s. Adslron8 SI·nSoso CCo.,
WVAN.T D.--Iy a ..v'alta Inal', whlo
li Schooht off New Ot'letulls, It 1~ niltJila 8u
tc:ttaher, or visitinig goverl,.sai iii a iz'i\'rit,
f:,lluily, aiIlrcia Il'ot. it m sttier sa" ainc ill
paltaltiCios i s t"111 irgrtiilil.lilo iitull.tiolu. Ala
1 l00 CORI), Ai4H V (15)1) Fl)i1 83.11"+
ie )eli a'ral il' . lasi icl . Alaialy 1t
1t . !+fl(11I..
S I OLD and Silver Perforated Paper. is
S O • At O. D. Brooks.
. Poland. Fine Candies Just Re-No
S100 ceied. At Brooks.
TTNILLA Chocolate and Imported
V Olive Oil. At Brooks. Mon
1- POUNDS White Leaun Col
S or--all kinds in Oil,
L NSEED, Lard, Cosal Neate Foot and
Salad Oil. At Brook#
P AINT, Varnish, Marking, Striping. all a
Lather, Nail and Tooth Brushes.
At Brooks forT
1D ROOKS'S Chill Cure. The Substitute feats
l for Quinine. At Brooks. S 5C
(1 OMBS, Hair and Cloth Brushes, Per
G fumery. eto. At Brooks.
INE Toilet, Carbel!e, Sulphur and .
Shaving Soap. At Brooks.
CHOOL Books, Paper, Pens, Pencils,
Ink, &c. At Brooks.
FINE Whiskies, Brandies and Wines,
F for medicinal use. At Brooks. i
'P URE White Wine Vinegar.
S AY Rum, Imported and Domestic.
At O. D. Brooks. Be
Breech-Loading Double-Barrelled. ance
Weight, 84 to 8) pounds: length of be -
ad rel, 28 and 30 inches, 10 and 12 guage.
IL Price, steel barrels, $46; twist barrels, A
$60 ; laminated barrels, 75 , Damas
cue barrels, $85.
' The best ever offered the American
mel sportsman, combining all the most desi
IL rable features of the best imported, to
gether with some valuab'e improvements U
not tound in other Top Lever, Snap Ac- fine'
1 tion, Centre Fire. ig
ks. For sale by the trade everywhere.
Manufactured by E. Remington & Sons, FM
281 and 283 Broadway, New York. P.O.
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ha. Treatise on Rifle Shooting.
RAIL ROAD NOTICE I For
From and after this date, until further
notice, the train of cars on the West Feli- cori
ciana Rail Road will run regularly on ng
r.n Mondays, Wednesdays, of
anad Salunrdays, E
Ky. leaving Woodville andBayou Sara at the tol
na. usual hours. Thanking the people ei -
Irk, Louisiana for their former kindness we
ter. take pleasure in informing them that we
di. shall carry freight and passengers, espe
Scially tre former. at prices to suit the
J. BURRUSS MCGEHEE,
Pres. W. F. R. ,. C.
ish KNIFE, SIDE, BOX AND BIAS PLAIT.
cur e MISS ESTELLE HEARSEY.
St Francisville, La., Dr
Takes this method of announcing to the
SL ladies of this and adjoining Par
ishes, and Counties, that she is prepared to
make dresses in the latest styles, and
with neatness and dispatch. Plain sew
ing will also receive careful attention.
S Knife, side, box and bias plaiting partic
mularly attended to. All at prices confor
mable to the times.
I would respcctfhlly beg to call the at
tention of the people of West Feliciana
asid adjacent parishes of La. andeounties
of Miss., that I have constantly on hand,
at my SAW MILL, in Bayou Sara, a
large assortment of lumber, which I am
prepared to sell at the follo. ing prices.
delivered at the mill, or at the W. F. R. C
Heart Cypress .................... 22 50
tierchantablo Cypress........... 20 00
Peckey Cypre a..... .......... 16 00
Rough edge ." ............ 12 50
[1'Termus f r lumber positively cash,
IE RCHA.NT TeAILOR.
Bnyou Sara, La.,
Announces to the ciitizens of West
Felician and neighboring Parishes and
Couuties, that he has always on hand a
complete and seasonable stock of goods.
and that, he guarantees perfect satiss
faction in fitting, and quality of good,
Sand work. Charges reasonable.
JOS EPTI KRA IN
FOOT OF THE HILL, b
Sr. Fraselswville........ ....... La.
ESPI.ES CTIULLY announces to the
S a citizens of East aid West Felicianun
:mod Pointo Ci upe , tha:t lie has from ;list F
of October last, withdrawn from the firm
tf MoSes Mlannl .aud has . o,, more collnec- f
tion wlatever with that fi. mor any other
hirm, of wlhich all parties iuterested will
please take l)peci l nioticc.
He ha. olpend on his owo r0-count, at the t
foot of the hill, in Farrelly's hiiilding, 1
i next to tlhe Post OfHic~, where ho may
be found at all times wihl a brauid inow I
- stock of goods; consisting in part of
re in. Enaicy si Stta1le Dry Goods, White
i Iby Gouods, LadiesP ' DressGoods, Clotlhii,g.
their Hosiery, Hats, Caps, Boots Iii'
nle Sholues, Ilotue-keeper's Artic
timo les. Notions.
l. ancy ned Family Groceries, Veetern,
i Ph- dice', i:lgging &. Tl'ies, Plaitation
- l Supplies, Crockery, lihtse-wan't,
a as itl in factt every thing to he
iv fouinl Iil an onnoiauw ta '
- stock of goods.
As for cel,l,,aness. all he n a.ks is a tria:l. ta
Ll hr in sngulinle that nolie winllld I*"'a , los
*tore disn atzst.eltl . All ',n ItrIy ]rllotu]lift
.'.v I ;;.I)
Noe. 40, Magmusine si,. Near Cad
Monoa's t'fIAs R. R. B.& RAMSear'
W. S. Bell,
In Office, A. P. Watses,
R. M, Leakes
Having leased this Hotel for frs
years, it is my purpose to keep it open aI
all seasons, and make it a desirable abotls
for guests, both permanent and tranaealt
The table will continue to be the leading
feature of the St. James. Terms only
$2 50 per day,
JAMES B. LFIE, ,
JR. P. G, KAUFMANNf
PHYSICIAN AND SUtimBOl.
Office at residence in St. Fraacisville.
Berkshire Pige, Southdownsi eep, 1+ui'n
Bred Poultry .Light Brahmas, Dark
Brahmasf White Leghorn, Patrid ,
Cochinoe Ronen Docks, Aylesbary Decks.
Eggs for batching can be sent any diat
ance. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For circular and price list addre.s.
J. B. SIMS,
Laurel Hill West Felicana Parish, Lu.
Opposite Steam Bost landing,
Bayou Sara, La.
FIRST CLASS SALOON.
His BAR is always stocked with t.1e
finest p'iues, beers, liquort, tobacco 1t1rf
cigars. ALSO DEALER IN
FAMILY AND FANCY GROCElPHf
JIULUS FREYHIAN & CO.,
Forks of the Boad, St. Francisvile, 1).a
Proprtetors steam Coiton Gdi*
Wikhsale sad Retail Dealers in
Ladies dress goode, general dry go +.,
gents' furnistag goods, clothing, boots,
shoes, hats, lroeries, lrovisiens, hoat,
corn,oats, agricultural knpletwsti, bas
ging slid ties, and a general assertmuwt
of hardware, china and gass wares.
Highest market price paid for c -
ton, wool amd bides
1 M. MUMa ORD, a.-D.
D r ggia sA . C k es a '
No 5 Principal St.
Bayo Sara La.
Drngs,'Medicines, Chemicals, Fife
Toilet Soaps, P'aiey fIa4r and
Tooth Brushes, Combs,
Perfumery and Fancy
and Garden Seeds,
Pure Wines and Liquors,
for Medical purploses. Paints.
Oils Varrnihes, Dye-stuffs. Olive
Linsced oil. Lard oil, Neati'
foot oil, Coal oil, Carbon oiff.'
Lamps and lamps trimmings of
all descriptions. " Pens. I n i s,
Pencils, Slates. Paper, Sheet
. music, Blaink Books, Pocket
t Cutlery, Razors, Razor .Strcips
e 4urgical Instrmnents, the stall
o dard patent tne'tit:ri .
0 &c. &c., a fresh and
0 complete t=sPldrt
mert of all
- of which articles,. constantly on
Phy sicians prescript ios
aarefully compounded at all hiour-.
ad THE IMPItOVED
SEWING MA CHINE.
1. Males aperTfect lck Htich, alike sr
both sides, on all kinids of goods.
a. 2. Runelights, snmooth, noiseilesas ant
tn 3. Durable-rann fur years wIithlon
rn 4. Will d, all varihtiehs ef wcrli ast
'- t ney sticahing itt a sluperior unu.nIaa.nr
tar 5. Is most easily manageld ty thet o
ill erator.. Length of stich may ue o rier ta
while Irtullilltg, anld Ilauchite calt 1.,
he threaded withlat lpasit'iI4 trcad thlr'o;. r
uv C. .Design sttuale, kigeanios, elega,.'.
uw ForLitLgh the stich vitlht the ass ,t', .a
wlhetels, gears, rtat:ary Caslus, oat level tarI'I.n
ite Has ther Antomati c Dop fecd, which, i •..
stares narforll iavngtlh at stltcl at at "
S speed. nAm owr uew Threutasl Cntolt,.
which ulhlwts s lta lly 'oveeaat of. ll,ei
tahr atnd pre'va'ent injaury to tlhrltltl'.
7. aataalatlircticln Iltest eaallc' "t iaiW Pitu
ishedt. It is maa.1tallstfaattlat by tha aa,,-t
skillfuil ttl a .n at trit.lleCtl mieclhanics, at i -,
ra .elaruutetd Ra1uilagtaolt A rutmoary, fPirot, N.
Y. Attenllata ii caalat* to olrr reasily , -
I5. "Pth Naota. 2 Rt.uihagtin a3laehrlae tse
M:atactna·rrg and family usea htas ht.,-,
trcot'ntly iltrvede , a:tad is oIttYr'd tao at..,
ithl,, with the :uIsu'r:ance that it mi!l
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