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3 8 New Patented Sewinir Machine ::
8 ATTACHMENT. J-With
which over seventeen ?11: . ,? Ui: m
?of hettutiful sewings, 1 am v. l;i .i, ,
^ iiftinental, Iut rlcale, 1-ine, i'lain and st i... ^
CUll b?(lullK With pelle?t ? mm' uinl i : i j.,. i y
^ by who ncv?'r saw a s?-\vins; m.? , '
hi'Uirc. Uur new at?a<'liun ni > I ,.. <
H genuine murit that enmmand lmim ^
CQ sales. They sro the lu-.st \aluable . Ij11:^
^ ever patented to mlvjinrc 11...send;,,
p. Sewing Machines, and aie id.jnstt.. u[.is
w otherg??od Machines, rqually as w.-ll a
3 own. Without them tw? Ma? lime < an t.<
m feet. Sold separate if d<ni? d.at on. ^
m the cost of the old styles used I.v .1 . <
^ machines.
m Our New Machine X
^ is larger than some ut ine M i . M
2 Will do every dles.-iipt toi, ?. i vwnm, !?
*"3 Fell,Tnek, Seam. Quilt, Ihaid. ? ..id, i.u. i ^
R Qathcr, Hume Shut. Pleat*
s4 Koil, Finhroider, Kim up I'.: idth-. . ,?
3 Will sew anvt ninji a lie. die w ill . ? ? in ^
SJ IIAKKH l ilt. MTKoNlil I
W KNOWN, so^troiig. that ' I t I.? Ti I \\n *+
P* TK Alt lieloie the seam w ill up r; . I u., ^
self-adjusting straight in*.-.IP, i? li.d.: . . j
^ iate teed, diieel motion, no eoiupl . at, t, 'I!
mt useless doggs or earns to oil oi , ^
& der, is silent, easy wmkin?, li td ,
2 very rapul, smooth and em i. < i, tp.i . s
iter stood, and easily managed
K *"* The inventors of these e\--i||.-ut
igl chines ran he lelied upidi as U|.j'i' d i ?**
pp sponsible men, well w oi thy ot i ii. romi i *
2 ami patronage ot our < i?
** S?rtn> i/4 t'hnr.-h SianJa, N V.. la- +
2 Orders Received,
\ . and maehim-s promptly i.ow<it.i< I p. ?
J ^ address on receipt of the i- li *Au;g ? .-l. J
I % prices- ?
/i.SiMil.K M.M'lllM -s for samp .
J m or piivate use, jd .in style-..
wm with 2-3 adjusta l. extension *?
i TAiihK and I'ltF A l?i.l ., lut- ?
Jjj nislied with equipments t
W for inimeiliate use . I . i. ^
O MAL'lll.NKS with ex! la line tahle ^
mm M At*111 NFS w ith Tahle and ? v. i
MAt'lllNKM with ? nc|o,nl ; ?ni. 1 ?
Halft.'uhinet style. ?
** M At'II IN KM with rueios* d ! .1 I Z
JC Full ?'ahiiM t Sty |e I' *
fi Th? inachiiies at $lu are | < i i> '' "
as those ?>l a higher prie*-, t ?.? ?nI > I:': . ,,
n heilig that thos-'at ila ha\ ? plan, iit
Table and Treadle, while II. f t t
^ pii?e are ornamental, with elaborate .... I j
cost I v ptdisiietl tdaek walnut.
^ lahhS w ith covers, em h d ... ^
Imt cabinet st v ie.
^ Nil KXTUA ni \lhi!> mien lor ?
^ or shipping to ANi i'Al.'l ?d i .ll.? I N
* W TKY. H|N*elal Certificate lor t ears 0
X every ina.tiiue. Speelim lis oi - vvntu.
X trated Circulars, Willi numerous
pa dations.w hoi. sale i ash pi h . ? \ t r i.: . f*"
inducements to agents, a. , maihd \m - Yt
Kxelusive control oi TernLmv _iveo v.
2 to < audbli and eiM i : I I-' III tS, y
Q Hi ore kc**pHsf An-., vtlio will tia\*l ?r ??;??? a
Q at^eticles ami oxbihil tin* vvuii ii i itil M?iit
our machines in liifii'l??cald i?and -> i. ^
* orders. m
* OUTFITS and ( t"l NT\ KUill ls
i* FKhK OF I'H AK(?i: ?
J5 * All uiiecjiiah'd quirk and ld?mrst inoi;c\ ^
milking bu?llit-ss f'??|- inair and hmalr n? ?
m vassers in all pails ??l i In mint ry.?' f
m Index, N. \ , Jan. .'ah. ^
a Cash Remittances H
must bo made in l'ost oih.mom v imir: - *
or liaiik I "Hills made pa\ aide to our order ?:? tm
New York. Urnisleii'ti l.elU'is oi by I'xpn ^
J- at uui risk ^
5^ All Orders and Communication'- mil t i
^ addressed to 5!!
JS ROBERT J. MULLIGAN & Co., ?
H 336 Caml Street, N Y."
ft General Mnnufuetuiers /
^ ot Machinery S apt- ^
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