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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1868)
.TTrUten for tb AdrerUjer,- -r. ':
Bible Cause la .Xcbrcska & Colo
rado. - - .
. Editor Advertise- Dear Sir: One
year having passed away since the under
Binned entered upon the duties devolving
upoa him as'Agent of ihe ArnericanEible
Society for Nebraska tind Co!crr.dS7Y?e
believe it proper that the public should
i- -fn ,r- .vu fiia
T.o.T?-fo onr -
One year affo"ihere were ten auxiliar-
ies in iNecraska, ia.namer pnue. omy
. i m 1 I
three of ibat number were doing any
thing in the Bible cause, the balance were
without Uibles and iestameols,. or
books of record, or any means of showing
ihat there ever-had bten a society organ
Now we have in the young State of Neb
raska fifteen auxiliaries, thirtv branch
- Bible societies connected with them, each
one tiaving a depository of Bibles and Tes
taments for the supply of the people with
in their own limits. There is also connect
ed wiih these societies about two hundred
'and sixty officers and local agents to aid
io the circulation of the Scriptures.
There has been received from the Bi
ble House in New York more than S2
00, in value, of Bibles and Testaments
for distribution in :he State. A larcre
proportion of these have been distributed
among the people in lupplying families.
Sabbath schools, hotels, and the people
generally with the Scriptures. Six hun
dred and fifty volumes have been given
to soldiers in the array ol the uerartment
of the Platte.
Thirty-one Sabbath schools have been
supplied in whole or in part with rubles
and Testaments. Some of these on the
extreme borders of civilization. The
sleeping rooms of twelve hotels have
been supplied with Bibles, the proprie-
tors paying half and the society giving
As near as we have been able to get
returns, fron the different parts . of the
State of those societies that have entered
upon a supply of the territory over which
they have lunsdiction, more than 450
families that were destitute have been
supplied with the Bible, and at least 12-
CO children supplied with each a New
Testament. We believe when full re-
turns are received from the entire State I
that the number will be largely mcreas-
In Nebraska one hundred and eight
persons have given their notes of thirty J
dollars each to constitute themselves or
some of their friends life members of the
American Bible Society. Three more
have given their notes cf one hundred and
fifty dollars each to constitute themselves
life directors. These notes are paid in
instalments, year after year, until the
whole amount is paid, thus affording a
constant income to the society.
The entire subscripton received in Ne
braska amounts to more than S6.500,
which has been paid in part, More will
still be realized. The people have gen
erally shown themselves willing tosustaia
the good cause.
Previous to my visit to Colorado Ter
ritory, there were only four auxiliaries
there, and only one of those was doing
anything to distribute the Bible. The
Gilpin County Bible Society had a good
supply of books on hand at Central City.
The balance of the societies recognized
at the Bible House as such, had only a
came while they were doing nothing.
These societies were reorganized
and three new societies organized
making now in Colorado seven auxiliary
Bible societies m that Territory, all of i
which now have a Depository of Bibles
and Testaments on hand, or they are on
their way from New York, and will soon
The names of the new societies organ
ized in Colorado, are: Clear Creek
CouMy Bible Society, at Georgetown ;
El Paso County Bible Society, at Colo
rado City, .and Fremont County Bible
Society, at Canon City. All cf these
places are manifesting a good interest in
the circulation of the Scriptures, and it
is with pleasure that we greet them as
auxiliaries of the American Bible Soci
ety in the great work.
Twenty-four persons in Colorado gave
thirty dollar notes or paid thirty dollars
to constitute themielves or their friends
Life Members of the American Bible
Society, a portion of them to be paid in
The entire subscription raised in Col
orado is about $1,450, a portion of which
was paid down. There are about 75
officers and local agents connected with
these societies in the Territory, and with
the aid and co-operation of the ministers
of the Gospel, will be able to do a great
amount cf good in circulating the Scrip
tures among the people. Onward is the
watchwoad of the friends of the Bible
cause in Colorado Territory.
We also had the pleasure, with the
assistance of Doctor Scott and others, to
organize a Bible Society in Cheyenne,
auxiliary to the American Bible Society,
the first Bible Society organized in Da
kotah Territory, and a good supply of
Bibles and Testaments have been ordered
to the magic city of the West. .
Thus it may be seen we have now
twenty-three auxiliaries on the field,
with thirty, branch societies, making in
all fifty-three Bible Societies, with as
many Bible Depositories. Also a list of
life membership w3 life directorship
notes amounting to 133, with 335 officers
and local agents to help the good cause.
With , the aid and co-operation of the
ministers of the Gospel of the various
Christian denominations upon the field,
we trust great good will be the result.
Among those societies that have ac
complished most upon the field, I have to
mention first the Douglas County 'Bible
Society; also the Otoe County Bible So
ciety. Also I might, would space allow
me, speak of thegreat and good -work
accomplished by these societies gener
ally. Much has been done, and great
good may yet be done.
The number cf miles traveled on the
field in discharge of the duties of the
agency is about 7,300 ; the number of
letters written abcut 750 ; circulars sent
out about 1,200. The number of. ser
mons and addresses delivered during the
year is 175.
The entire subscription raised upon
my field is S7.D50; the amount of cash
received 82,800. It must be borne in
mind that the entire field is but sparsely
settled, and that it requires a great
amount of travel to reach all points upon
We enter upon a new year with a good
prospect for thefuturef -Vvhileour'yoniig
State is fast filling up, it ' requires con
stant labor and effort to be put forth in
crier to keep the people supplied with
the Kile and the rising: generations sup
plied with the New Testament ; and we
trust thai no lriena or me uicie win re
lax his 'energies in this great and good
work until every one that will receive the
iwcrd fo'suDolied withlt.
Permit me, Dear Sir, m conclusion to
tender my gratitude to the publishers cf
(hnca ranort i n ohrnV9 ftnri I .nlnmnn
Territory for their kind assistance ren
. , :
dered me m this good work in publish
ing articles and giving notice of the op
erations of the Bible Society mits work.
also to the ministers of the several Chris
tian churches for their kind co-operation,
hoping that the- kind Providence that has
watched over them will still continue to
bless them in every good work
A. R. MOSHEU.
Agent A. B. S. for Neb. and Uol.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 1, 1S69.
From the fairy Book of All Nationt. By Edouard
Jjaboulavf, .Member of the institute rt trance.
2'ran-lu'e-l it Jfary L. Booth. Pullithed Ig Har
per and Brother.
TYQN ASD FINETTE,
A FAIY TALE C7 BRITTANY.
"I will obey," said Yvon ; upon which
he set down by the side of b inette and be
g - an to talk with her. They talked
every thing ; but however far their fancy
strayed, they always came back to the
noint that they were promised to each
other, and that they must escape from
the giant. Time passes quickly in this
kind of talk. The evening drew nigh
Yvon had forgotten the horse, and the
mountain, and Finette was obliged to
send him away, advising him to bring-
back the animal before his master s ar
Yvon took down tho bit that was hid
den behind the stable-door and hastened
to the mountain, when lo ! a horse almos
as large as an elephant rushed toward him
at full gallop, breathing fire and smoke
from his nostrils. Yvon firmly awaited
the huge animal, and, the moment he
opened his enormous jaws, thrust between
ihem tie bit, when Io ! the horse instantly
became ts penile as a lamb. " Yvon made
him kneel down, spring on his bac, and
tranquilly returned home.
His task fioished, Yvon seated himsei
on the bench before the door of the house
Soon as he saw the giant coming he lolled
back m his seat, crossed his legs, and
began to sing one of his native airs.
Have you brought back the horse?'
asked the giant, with a frown.
Yes, master," answered Yvon. with
out takiDg the trouble to move."'He is a
fine animal, and does you credit. He is
gentle, well-trained, and as quiet a3 a
lamb. He is feeding yonder in the
'I am going to see for myself," howled
the giant. He entered the stable grum
bling, found every thing in order, and
came out furious.
You hare seen my Finette, " said ha ;
"this trick did not come from your own
"Oh, mnslsr," said Yvon, opening his
mouth and shutting his eyes, "it -is the
simo story over again. What is this
myfinette ? Once for all, show me this
"Hold your tongue, fool," returned
the gient ; "you will see her sooner than
you will want to."
The third day, at dawn, the giant
gathered his sheep togather to lead them
to the pasture; but before setting out, he
said to Yvon: "To-day you must go to
the bottomless pit o collect my rent.
After that," contined he, bursting into a
laugh, "you may rest all day long. You
see that I am a good master."
"A good master, so be it," murmured
Yvon, "but the task is none the le6s
hard. I will go and see my Finette, a
the giant says ; 1 have great need of her
help to get through to day's business."
When Finette had learned what was
the task of the day, "Well," said she
"how will yon go to work to' do it?
"I don't know," said Yvon, sadly ;
"I have never been to the bottomless pit,
and, even if I knew the way there, I
should not know what to ask for. Tell
me what to do."
"Do you see that great rock yonder?"
said Finette ; "that is one of the gates of
the bottomless pit. Take this stick.
knock three times on the stone, and a
demon will come out all streaming with
flames, who will ask how much you want
Tske care to answer, 'No more than I
"I will obey," said Yvon; upon which
he took a seat by the side of Finette,
and began to talk with her. He would
have been there till this time if the
young girl had not sent him to the great
rock, when the evening drew nigh, to
execute the giant's commands
On reaching the spot pointed out to
him. Yvon found a great block of granite.
He struck, when lo ! the rock opened,
and a demon came forth all streaming
Wrhat do you want " he cried."
"I have come for the giant's rent,"
answered x von. calmly.
"How much do you want?"
"I, never want any. more than I can
carry," replied the Breton.
"It is well for you' that you do not,"
returned the man m flames. "Enter this
cavern and you ' will" find what you
want."-. . . . - - '
Yvon entered, -and opened his eyes
wide. Every where he saw nothing but
gold, silver, diamonds, carbuncles,-and
emeralds. They were as numerous as
the sands on the "sea-shore.' "The young
Kerver filled a sack, threw it across his
shoulders, and tranquilly returned home.
His task finished, our Breton seated
himself on the bench before the door of
the house. As soon as he saw the giant
coming he lolled back in h's seat, crossed
his legs.'and began to sing one of his
"Hare you been to the bottomless pit'
to collect my rent?" asked tho giant,
wiih a frown..
"Yes, master," answered Yvon, With
out taking the trouble to stir. "The
sack is there right before your eyes ;
you can count it."
I am going to see for myself," howled
the giant. H9 untied the strings of the
V&ckv which was so full that the gold and
silver- rolled in all directions. ; .
You have seen ' my Finette," he
cried : this trick did not come from
vour own head."
"Don t you know bat one song i saia
Yvon,- opening his mouth and shutting
his eyes. "It is the old story, mytinette,
mvfinette. Once for all. show me this
"Well, well," roared the giant with
wait till to morrow, and you shall make
Thank you, master,'-said Yvon. "It
is very good of you but I see from your
face that yon are laughing at me."
The next morning the giant went out
without giving l von any orders, which
troubled Finette. At noon he returned
without his flock, complaining of the
heat and fatigue, and said to the young
You will find a cnud, my servant, at
the door. Cut his throat,' put him into
the great pot to boil, and call me when
the broth is ready." Saying this, he
s.retched himself on the bed to take a
nap, and was soon snoring so loud that
it seemed like thunder shaking the
. Finette prepared a log of wood, took
a larsre knife, and called Yvon. She
pricked his little finger ; three drops of
blood fell on the leg.
"That i3 enough," said Finette; "now
help me to fill the pot."
They threw into it all they could find
old clothes, old shoes, carpets, and every
thing else. Finette then took Yvon by
the hand, and led him through the three
ante-chambers, where she ran in a mould
three bullets of cold, two bullets cf
silver, and one bullet cf copper, after
f a a
which they quitted the house and ran to
ward the sea.
"On the Kerver " cried Yvon. as
soon as he saw himself in the country.
"Explain yourself, dear Finette ; what
farce are we playing now ?
"Let us run let us run!" she cried ;
"if we do not quit this wretched island
before night it is all over with us.
"On the Kerver 1" replied Yvon,
lauehicg, "and down with the giant I11
Wrhen he had snored a full hour, the
giant stretched his limbs, half opened
one-eye, and cried, "Is it ready ?"
"It is just beginning to boil," answer
ed the first drop of blood on the log.
The giant turned over, and snored
louder than ever for an hour or two long
er. Then he stretched his limb3, half
opened one eye, and cried out, "Do you
hear me ? Is it almost ready?"
"It is half done," answered the second
drop of blood on the log.
The giant turned over, and slept an
hour longer. Then he yawned", stretch
- . a . .
ed nis great limbs, ana cnea out im
or.-). :. J .
"It is ready now" answered the third
drop of blood on the log.
The giant sat up in bed, rubbed his
eyes, and looked around to see who had
spoken; but it was in vain to look; he
"Finette," howled he, 'why isn't the
There was no answer. The giant,
furious, sprang out of bed, seized a ladle,
which looked like a caldron with a pitch
fork for a handle, and plunged it into
the pot to taste the soup.
"Finette !" howled he, "you haven't
salted it. What sort of a soup is this ? I
see neither meat nor vegetables."
No ; but, in return, he saw his carpet.
which had quite all boiled to pieces. At
this sight he fell into such a fit of rage
that he could not keep his feet.
"Villains !"said he, "you have played
a fine trick on me ; but you shall pay , for
it. He rushed out with a "stick in ins
hand, and strode along at such a rate
that in a quarter of an hour he discover
ed the fugitives still far from the sea
shore. He uttered such a cry of joy
that the earth shook for twelve leagues
Finette stopped, tremblig. Yvon clasp
ed her to his heart. . .
"On the Kerver!" said he; "the sea
i3 not far off; we shalL be there before
(To be Continued.)
Main Street opposite McPherson't Block,
ALSO AGENT FOR
PIONEER PAINT SHOP
I N T. B R
Grainer, Gilder, Glazier, .
White Washing and Kalcemining done.
All work dona in a workmanlike manner on tho
TERMS C .A. S I-I !
SHOPoa Main street orer Mongan's Plow Fc-7-
Soda Crackers, Ginger Snaps, and Aerated Craek
ers.at . SWAN A BRO'S.
Stoneware, Baskets, Washboards, Lanterns Ac. a
. . SWAN & BROTHER'S
For a choice ai icle of Tea, go to
SWAN & BRO'S.
Fresh Tomatoes, ia two and three round cans, a
SWAN A BRO'S.
JOHN L. CARSON,
irvift !?w r3
Excbange bought and Bold on all the principal
Vales. Also, dealer in Gold and S;lver Com,
Gold Dust and
Devosiis received, payable at sight.
Dfivnsiis hit esvecial
agreement . Taxes paid for non-residents.
All kinds of
JOHN L. UAttaun.
Drs. Wesley & Pierce
Havafer many years treated Private Diseases with
unexampled success, having had twenty years ex
perienced the Hospitals of this and other coun
tries. They have devoted their whole time and
energy to the treatment of private complaints ;
their success in the treatment of those long stand
ing and difficult caees such as were formerly con
sidered incurable, is sufficient to recommend them
to the public as worthy of the eatensive patronage
which they have received. The universal and un
failing success In the treatment adopted by them,
has proved, beyond a doubt , that a permanent care
for the worst cases of Conbtitutional Syphilis, Gon
orrhcea, Stricture In any form, all Mercurial affec
Hons, diseases of the Skin, Kidneys and Bladder
can he obtained. , .
I Ain. tfcn uroct cf a solitary habit ruinous to
body and mind, producing blotches, debility, lmpo
tency, dizziress, dimness of Bight, &.c, &.c, and
reiiueiing njnriage improper, which annually
sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel
lect, may rely upon a permanent cure. No charge
for advice or consultation. All communications
.strictly condJentUl. Send two three cent stamps
Ifor treatise relating to ail private diseases. No
Mercury used. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 7 p. tu.
'Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 p. m. Office 413 Olive St.
liAddrets all letters to P. O. Box 2603, St. i-oais.
IMPORTER AND GROWER OF
FLOWER AND VHXiUTALSl
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Ficfc's Illustrated Catalogue
Seed and Floral GflldC for 1SGS
Ta nnw mirilishad and rendf to send oat. It
mak es a work of about ono hundred large pages,
containing fall descriptions of tho
Choicest Flowers and Vegetables grown
with rliiin directions for Sowine Soed, Cu Iture, Ac
Iti Lnutifullv illustrated, with more than ONE
imvnRF.n FINE WOOD ENGRAVINGS of
Flowers and Vegetables, and a
Beautiful Colored Plate of Flowers,
Well printed, on the finest paper, and one of the
most beautiful as well as tho most instructive Works
of the kind published.
5fSent to alf who apply, by mail, post paid,
for Ten Cents, which is not half the coot.
Address JAMES VICK3.
18 Rochester, N. Y.
St. Joe and St. LOUIS BusicCSS IIOUSCS.
BAILY, KAY & WOOD,
Exclusively at wholesale.
Third Street, ST, JOSEPH, Mo.
Stock in Extent, Variety, and pries Compares
with best St. Louis or Chicago Houses.
$3& Orders Solicited. 45Iy
-no. S. Lemon.
Isaac T. IIosea.
LEMON, H0SE1 & CO.
"WHOLESALE DEALERS III
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
NO. 5 FOUKTH ST.
St Joseph, LIo.
A Large Stock always on hand. Order3 solicited
Satisfaction guaranteed. 4-ly
Nave, Mc Cord & Co.,
And Dealers in
Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Sec
St JOSEPH. MO. 451y
OUM81DE, CI10WTIIER & ROGERS
Cor. 8th & Messanie Sts.,
t. Joseph, Bio.
TEAM ENGINES HADE
AAD j REPAIRED HJ.
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
MILL WORKS N ALL KINDS
Made to order on short notice and satisfactory to
all parties. Also amenta for OAKDXEIl A ROBE RT
SON'S IMPROVED PATENT GOVERNOR.-44-ly
Wholesale Dealers in
HarnessSkirtlng, o id all kind3
Saddler's Leather an Hardware.
SADDLES, BRID. ?S, S'C,
Agents for Disstons Circula Saws, and
No.5 South Third Street, between Felix & Edmoni
ST. JOSEPH, I?IO. 451y.
Nails, Tails, Well Buckets, Seives, Ac, at
SWAN A BE
Broonn, Salt, Axes, Powder, Shot and Lead at
SWX 4 BROTHER'S
IV I Pi ll B
Corner Gth ana St. Charles Sts.
3" & Q T
Also Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Hair
Ac, Ac., Ac,Ae. Il-45 Iy-rn,EU
V Y A
We have on hand a large and well assorted stock
of Staple and Fancy
54T JP& ii Jir tzZJ
To which we are making constant additions, and
which we are selling at prices low as any establish
ment west of the Mississippi river.
IN THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS WE CHALLENGE COMPETITION.
JFLOUPt OF THE MOST APPROVED BRANDS. TIIE
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Importer and Wholesale
STEEL and HEAVY HAED WAEE.
Wagon, Carriage, and How Woodworks.
Springs, Axes, Axels, Shovel3and Spados.Filcs
asherrsailtf, liorse nails, Horse & Jiu.e Sboes, miwj, etc. etc.
Castings and Hollow Ware, Suar Kittles Andirons, Skillets andLids,
Stew pota. Bake ovens, Fruit kettles and Sad Irons.
BlacKsniltllS' TOOlS. Anvils, Strcks and Dies-Bellows.Sledge and Hand Ham
mers, Vises, Pincers, Rasps, Farriers' Knives, Tuyere Iron, Wrenches, &c.
Ox Yokes, Axle Grease, Ox chains, Wogon Jacks, Ox Shoo nail, Shovol3 and Pick?,GoId Pans,"etc.
Hubs, polxo3 nxacl ZOoxxt-stujCT.
1,000 CELEBKATED MOLINElPLOWS !
Juat patented, and superior to any yet indented ; and
McCornilcU's Slower and S5rapcr.s,IaIlcrs XSoa se Corn Planters
Sulky Cora Cultivator Hand Corn Planter Corn Shellera, l'ay lUkci?, etc. etc eso.
3Er,tl2TTDl3L,3 SU23.3.12Ci Scales ,
Buying my goods direct from the man ers, I offer great Inducements
TO WHOLESALE PURCHASERS AT
Constable's Iron and Steel Warehouse
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
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VICTOR B. BUCH,
BOOTS & SHOES
North West Corner 4th & Felix Streets,
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
I5?Keep8 much the Largest Stock West cf St.
Loui?, and is prepared to offer unusual inducements
Iresh, Layer Ralina, Currants. Citron Ac, al
SWAN A BRO'S.
Natural Leaf, Fina Cut, Grape Juice and Jf. ry
Tcbswo.al SWAN A BIiO"S.J
I s. 0
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X w b
A. If. Xatos.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Second National Baax, St Louis
Allen, Copp &. Nlsbet, St. Louis.
Brrnch State Baufe of Iowa. DaMique.
Johnstone & Bacon, Banters, Ft. MadUon, la.
Isaac Scarritt & Co,, Alton, 111.
Blair &. Atwood, Alten, 111.
J, A. PIXEH.
T. B RET50LPJ,
PINER & REYNOLDS,
Eight Street, two blocks from R.R. Depot,
QT. a O JEJ 23 3P XX , TlXOm
W. H. DOUGLAS.
PINGER & DOUGLAS,
GLASS WARK ' CJ-C,
SO. 7 Fourth Ttreet.
St JOSEPH, LIO. 45Iy
I AW Kt ' m V
3 rTT n n
flS IfTT2 cTTSi f
mvrj&m m mm
A TO n BIaerc)
and Retail Dealer in Iron,
and Rasps, Chains, Carriage anl Tire Bolts, Nutts and
4-sr sca r
iLll C9 AT T. KINT.3.
FAIRUANKS, GKEENLEAF '& CO.
223 Lake Street, Chicago.
20'J Market Street, St. Louis.
Z3 BR CAREFUL TO ECY 0;LY THE GEXCINE.y;
Tleans, Ilomin Meal, Potitoe. Flour Apples
XJ SWA.N & UUOTilER.
W. H. KIMBERLIN.
OCULIST AND AUEIST.
Will Treat all Diseases of the Eye and Ear.
Rooms at the Star Hotel,
BROW'S V ILL E, NEBRASKA.
Tenders hi services to the citizens of this City
and vicinity. May be consulted at the above place
iromtro isttotna ivtn ol aacn month. AI30, at
the Seymour House, Nebraska City from the 10th
to the 20th , and at tho Salem House, Salem, Rich
ardson county, from tho 20th to the 33th of each
month. 12-11 ly
rroposais for inserting the above desired from
tho papers of Nebraska. AJJres to Salem.
GK A N TS"
CAEAP CASH STORE.
Main Sired between First and Second.
BROWNVILLE, N. T.
I Would Respectfully inform the Citizens of
tsrownville, and surrounding country that I have
just received my fail Stock of Goods, consisting of
Of the latest styles and bc;t quality. Mens heavy
calf Boots, double soled Boots, Fine Kip Hoots boys
and childrens Boots and Shoes. All kinks of La
dies' Boot3 and Shoe of the finest and best qu ality.
India Rubber and Buffalo Over Shoes
for Gentlemen and Ladies .
Groceries of Every .Kind,
Wooden Ware, Stone Ware,
The Bess Quality of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Tho be?t Woolen Under and Over Shirrs,
Of all kinds, Wholesale and Retail.
SHOEMAKERS and JURYESS
MAKERS can rely upon harin? their
orders filled promptly on short' notice
and reasonable terms. Call before pur
WHICn nK OFFE23FOaSAL3
CHEAP ITOR CAS"H
Allot wbich he offers at Ue lowert oricaa d.tr.
Inrned not to Do uaierioli. P ' ,ter
" ' flT: Vt
3 -l jl
South side Mainbet.wO
RrownTllIc, XehraVi 11 i
Wholesale and Retail 1
and Scotch Ales,
don Porter, Doubr
lm Stout, Cigrs i
AGAIN CARRIED OFF TEE Cr
ors at the principal Fair? the tw!
son, coraniencinj with the New Ei'j-j i
turai r air, a. rroviacncc, in septen,hr( !a !
was awarded the highest price, iuinfdU:;'j '
came the New York State Fair, at Pufit, a
tobcr, where the committee awarded,!!, N
rrize fur a donble-tareai ma. h;rs.
Then coma the great annual Filri
land . vu: that cf iha
Where the Highest Friia
THU ONLY GOLD UZ21:
awarded to any Family Sewing Hicis,
awarded to the
and that too after it had been on exhi'ai:;.:
petition wilh other
First Class Machine
for five consecutive weeks where 'U hi hen "
amincd by the best mechanics io il".tr7, ' .
pronnenced it the bost cunstructd ala -.
ble Machine, and one that, on acco'. J J
Accomplished a greater ar:
of "work, and in a nets sai
factory manner, than
other Sewing Llachirs
At the Fair cf the M.ioylar.d In?t:tat,r
closed a four weeks sesfiun at Hlriui'r
27th r November, the superiority ol ,
ENCE W83 ngan ciirjSrmcrf by the e xa.:
Sewing M.hine,wh unanimou.!y iwri:-: '
(jOLD MEDAL, the hiDhe;t jriis the 1-;
On the 12th of September the grl
Exhibitinn ol the American Institute 7-
in New York. A3 usu.il, the day V ;i i
Machines Was Urge, an l the c"tapeti'i-8 ' '
but after a six weeks trial, tho fri-w '
i LOKENCE had the satisfaction of wil
farorite aain triumphant, and fur tb
bearing off the highest honors of ih a' j
Inftitute. . !
Btrlow we giTe an cx'rict fr m theEfci- ,
comrriitteo on Sewing JIachine, reJ at U ' j
the Fair : I
"Tho whole number of Sewin? Machine I
hibition is tbietecn ; ef heso, te!Ttt.i :-'t
fr compcton. The rrti-Ie bf nz 1
(FL02EXCE SEWINO HACHI32 r
to be the BEST an exhibition. H map "
stated.incidenUlly, that Thit i bitter ac
it clai inctirn to the Jad'jtt.
"Iia ciariU aro :
elty than marks tlieus
improvements in Se
The ingenious arrangenw' ''f,'lHr
for adjusting tha thread djrisg r
3 f butt la and the eatheritS OP81
Ccish of the stitch
"4th. The reversible feed. . i:
"oih. TheTiriety of worktbatraa6!- j
onit. ' .
"We therefore decide that itreceir
-in is is 13 certiry that tDe 1, -, 1
extract from the Kadortof the J u
Masbiaes at the 3Tth annual F'". K','-'r"J.
Xew York, Not. 11th, 1307."
It would seem as though this M!?
urapbs should be sufficient to con'i -
. . ... .-.iCT '
rejudsceJ rerson of the crea fYy
. m . . i . LiT,.,' c
LUKUK over all others asai"- -;,
Machine ; and if anything more Ub -r
'Co." only sold 50 ilachines, whut
40,000 IN VSE. .
thes establishing the snecess cf ti
beyond all qaeitin.
UTery Jlachinc Is
- .r l
153 Chestnut it.,
Circulars, Price Listjand samp133
s;hsi on application.
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