Clipped From The Hamilton Examiner
the the The of ao; females, the fever , in at one for Fund, Com- Butler County Ahead at the Ohio Fair. We have found in various papers of State some highly commendatory notices the New Portable Traction Engines of Owens, Land Dyer Machine Company this city. This concern receivad the Gold Medal at the Ohio State Fair--the only Gold Medal awarded to any exhibitors this year. We subjoin an extract from Columbus Despatch's report of'the State Fair. (From the Columbus Dispatch.) "An exhibition was given at iztf o'clock on the race course, in front ot the atre, pf the working and the portable traction engine, "manufactured by the Lane Dver Machine Companv, of Hamilton, Ohio. The engine worked like a charm, and gave great satisfaction, to the farmers who witnessed the It is designed for the purpose of drawing, and running a threshing machine, its work on the higway, up and down making curves and turns in a better than can be done by horse power. After exhibition on the course was through the engine wai run up through the off the road* and acroM lots, so to running over roots and making all kinds curves and turn* through and around stumps, tent*, Ac, In the hands of the skillful engineer it teemed like a thing of and was, if anything, far more easily handled than a span of horses. We understand the above engine was awarded the go!d medal bv Judge?, which spcnks well for Hamilton enterprise.