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Less than one year old.-100 lbs : Ist premium, R. D. Brown, Little Falls...... 2d do W. I. Skinner, Little Falls........

.... 10 3d do A. C. Cole, Little Falls....

Cheese vat and heater :
Wm. Ralph & Co., Utica..................
0. O'Neill & Co., Utica..............
H. & E. F. Cooper, Watertown......

............Dip. Best sample of factory made cheese, Geo. W. Pine, Herkimer........ Dip.

There were three exhibitors of cheese vats, and we were equally divided ; but all agreed that there was not a vat on the grounds but what would answer the purpose for which it was intended, and an improvement on former exhibitions.

SIMON TINGUE,
R. B. GIBBS,
WM. HADDON.

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No. 51. SUGAR AND HONEY. 25 lbs of maple sugar : 1st premium, Mrs. H. T. Brown, Lairdsville.........

Maple syrup, one gallon : 1st premium, Henry Benedict, New Roads......

.............. 2d - do Wm. Woolworth, Loraine......... 3d do Mrs. H. T. Brown, Lairdsville...... ........ Trans.

HONEY, 20 lbs of honey : Ist premium, W. A. White, Walton...........

.... $5 Bee hive: 1st premium, K. P. Kidder, Burlington, Vt........................Dip.

There were samples of ten pounds of maple sugar, exhibited by Mr. Henry Benedict, and also by Mrs. L. Head ; being deficient in quantity, could not come in competition, but were excellent specimens. Trans. to each.

Mrs. H. T. Brown exhibited a fine specimen of crystallised sugar. Trans

Class VI.—DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES.

No. 52. Silk and Woolen Goods—No. 1. Pair woolen blankets: 1st premium, Mrs. Jeremiah Sweet, Utica..... 2d do G. W. Cushman, Lairdsville.......................... 3d do Miss C. Louisa Blackstone, Washington Mills.. 4th do Mrs. W. H. Graves, Blossvale........

Ten yards woolen cloth: 1st premium, Mrs. W. H. Graves, Blossvale..

Ten yards woolen fannel: 1st premium, Mrs. W. C. Burritt, Paris....... 21. do Mrs. J. W. Grandy, Paris.... 3d do Mrs. Henry Wier, Johnsonville....... 4th do Mrs. Chester Wheeler, Rome. ...... ......... Trans.

Hearth rug: 1st premium, Mrs. Turner, Utica..

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Rag carpet, 10 yards: 1st premium, Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton........ 2d do Saluman Segar, Willowvale....... 3d do Mrs. H. Wier, Johnsonville..... 4th do Mrs. W. C. Burritt, Paris.....

Ten yards woolen flannel, cotton warp: 1st premium, Mrs. H. Lainb, Fulton..... 2d do Mrs. H. Weir, Johnsonville..... 3d do

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Mrs. Jeremiah Sweet, Utica, coverlid-very superior.....
Mrs. J. W. Grandy, Paris, pair woolen sheets.......

... Trans. R. H. Jones, Rome, pair woolen sheets......

... Trans. No. 53. DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES—No. 2. Double carpet coverlet: 1st premium, Mrs. W. H. Graves, Blossvale........ 2d " do Mrs. Warren Bockus, Greenfield Centre............... 3 3d do Mrs. William Westcott, Mannsville, Jefferson co.. 4th do Thomas J. Jones, Rome.........................

..... Trans. Knit bed spread: 1st premium, S. Hoag, New York Mills. ...... 22 do Miss Mary L. Avery, North Brookfield............... 3d do Mrs. Daniel Galpin, Little Falls..............

White wove bed spread: 1st premium, John Spencer, New Hartford....... 2d do Peter Pierce, New Hartford.......

Pair woolen socks for gentlemen, by girls under 12 years of age: 1st premium, Miss Mary Ann Lamb, Fulton.......................

Pair woolen socks for gentlemen: 2d premium, Mrs. Lorenzo Rouse, Paris.........

Six skeins woolen stocking yarn: 1st premium, Mrs. Wm. C. Burritt, Paris..... 2d do Mrs. Wm. H. Graves, Blossvale............

Pair woolen knit stockings: 1st premium, Mrs. Lorenzo Rouse, Paris................... 2d do Mrs. D. S. Johnson, Herkimer..

Pair worsted knit stockings: 1st premium, Mrs. William Cooper, New York Mills................

Pair woolen fringe mittens: 2d premium, Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton................................

No. 54. Domestic MANUFACTURES.- No 3. Ten yards linen: 1st premium, Mrs. W. H. Graves, Blossvale....... 2d do Mrs. H. Weir, Johnsonville...... 3d do Mrs. N. Welling, Pittstown........ 4th do William Potter, Marcy............

Trans. Ten yards linen diaper. 1st premium, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown......

... $8 2d do Mrs. Wm. Cooper, New York Mills....... 3d

Mrs. W. H. Graves, Blossvale....... 4th do Mrs. Wm. Cooper, New York Mills....

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Ten yards linen kerseys 1st premium, Mrs. Henry Wier, Johnsonville....... 2d do Mrs. N. Welling, Pittstown...... 3d do Wm. Potter, Marcy....... 4th do Mrs. Saul S. Smith, Mapsville.

Ten yards tow cloth: 1st premium, Mrs. Wm. H. Graves, Blossvale...... 2d do Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown.

Pair cotton knit stockings: 1st premium, Mrs. Chester Wheeler, Rome. ... 2d d o Mrs. D. S. Johnson, Herkimer......

Pair linen knit stockings: 1st premium, Mrs. Wm. H. Graves, Blossvale. ... 2d do Mrs. Chester Wheeler, Rome...

Discretionary. Best bed spread, Mrs. C. W. Reed, Deerfield..... 2d do Mrs. Alfred Blackstone, Washington Mills.. 3d do 0. P. Todd, Westmoreland...... Balmoral skirt, John Spencer, New Hartford...... Pair kersey blankets, Mrs. Wm. C. Burnett......... One worked small kersey blanket, Peter Pierce, New Hartford....

No. 55. NEEDLE WORK, &c. Embroidered collar and sleeves: 1st premium, Mrs. M. Etta Drake, Syracuse..............

Muslin embroidery: 1st premium, Miss G. M. Gardiner, New Hartford.....

... 3 2d do Miss. J. C. Gardiner, New Hartford... Vinedresser's Manual.

Crotchet table mats: 1st premium, Mrs. S. Hankinson, Utica..

Specimen hair jewelry: 1st premium, Miss Martha Burns, Syracuse..

... 3 2d do W. S. Taylor, Utica................Pardee on Strawberry.

Embroidered tidy on black canvas: 1st premium, Miss Etta M. Drake, Syracuse..

9:"";........... $3 20 do Miss E. Thompson, Utica............ Vinedresser's Manual.

Embroidered affghan: 1st premium, Mrs. T. I. Chatfield, Owego..

....... $3 2d do B. B. McCarthy, Oswego............ Vinedresser's Manual.

Knit sofa cushions: 1st premium, H. Holingworth, Utica...........

Original pencil drawing from nature, by lady: 1st premium, Miss E. Thompson, Utica........

........... 3 Specimen crayon painting, by lady: 1st premium, Miss E. Thompson, Utica......

.. 3 2d do Miss Mary McLean, New Hartford ... Vinedresser's Manual.

Oil painting (landscape) by lady: 1st premium, Miss E. Watson, Pulaski..

...... $3 2d do Miss E. Thompson, Utica .................. Rose Culturist.

Water color painting, by lady: 1st premium, Miss M. Etta Drake, Syracuse......

............... $3 Original water color drawing from nature, by lady: Ist premium, Miss Ida C. Heffron, Utica....

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DISCRETIONARY. Mrs. W. 0. Laird, Stittville, case needle-work......Pardee on Strawberry. Mrs. D. S. Johnson, Herkimer, embroidered pockethandkerchief......

Pardee on Strawberry. Miss Nettie Haver, Clinton, pastel painting....... Pardee on Strawberry. Miss M. H. Norton, Rome, knit shawl............. Pardee on Strawberry. Miss M. Etta Drake, Syracuse, specimen silk embroidery...........

Pardee on Strawberry. Miss Martha Burns, Syracuse, horse-hair jewelry ..Pardee on Strawberry. Miss E. Watson, Pulaski, crayon painting........ Pardee on Strawberry.

No. 56. NEEDLEWORK, &c.Specimen worsted embroidery: 1st premium, Mrs. W. 0. Laird, Stittville......

.................. $3 2d do Mrs. N. B. Ashley, New York Mills... Vinedresser's Manual.

Chair (cushion and back): 1st premium, Mrs. W. J. Alger, Paris Hill........... ..... $3

[The committee regard this as a very superb specimen of worsted embroidery, and would have awarded it the first premium had it been entered in that list.]

Ottoman cover: 2d premium, Mrs. G. T. Williams, Rome................. Rose Culturist.

Ornamental shell work: 1st premium, Miss M. A. Peters, Troy......

..... $3 2d : do Miss M. Etta Drake, Syracuse........ Vinedresser's Manual.

Specimen wax flowers: 1st premium, Miss M. Etta Drake, Syracuse...... 2d do Mrs. H. Childs, Ogdensburgh..............Florist's Guide.

White worked bed spread: 1st premium, Mrs. E. G. Stearns, Floyd........

... $3 2d do Mrs. D. S. Johnson, Herkimer. ............ Rose Culturist.

Specimen hair flowers: . 1st premium, Miss Elizabeth Tanner; Willow Vale................. $3 2d do Miss Lottie Ellenwood, Paris............... Rose Culturist.

Specimen wax fruit: 1st premium, Mrs. H. Childs, Ogdensburgh.......

... $3 20 do Miss Emily Baily, Utica............Pardee on Strawberry.

Silk quilt: 1st premium, Mrs. Daniel Williams. Buffalo..

..... $3 2d do B. B. McCarthy, Oswego.. ........... ... Rose Culturist.

Patchwork quilt, by girl under 12 years: 1st premium, Miss Sophia Van Vorst, Utica.. .............. $3

Specimen plain sewing: 1st premium, Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton.............. .............. $3

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Class VII-MISCELLANEOUS DEPARTMENT.

an...No. 57. Paintings, &c. Best lithographs, Lewis & Goodwin, 'Albany.......

................. Dip. Best collection of photographs, W. J. Baker, Utica ......... Best collection of ambrotypes, W. J. Baker, Utica...... Best specimen of ornamental penmanship, C. A. Walworth, Utica. ...Dip. Best specimen of business penmanship, Cooper & Bates, Toronto, C. W., Dip.

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DiscreTIONARY. As worthy of recommendation, four portraits by W. C. North, and a collection of photographs by the same. Also, a painting of fish, by W. Calverly, and a large collection of colored plates of fruits and flowers, by Darrow & Bros., Rochester.....................................Dip.

: No. 58. Silver WARE. Best exhibition of silver ware, W. S. Taylor, Utica..... Best thermometer, Charles Wilder, Peterboro'.....................Dip. Perpetual calendar clock, L. F. & W. Carter, Utica..... ........Dip. Best specimen of undertaker's plated ware, A. H. Sheldon, Frankfort. Dip. Best specimen of silver plate-door plate and bell pulls—Wm. Dent, Utica..........................:::::::.............

............. Dip. Best barometer för common use, Charles Wilder, Peterboro'...... ..Dip.

No. 59. Sroves-(Cooking.) Low oven cooking stove, for wood fire: 1st premium, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica.............. 1st premium, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica, “Times”........ ........Dip. 2d do Wheeler & Bailey, Utica, “Reliance”.............. Trans.

Low oven cooking stove, for coal: 1st premium, Shear, Packard & Co., Albany, “ American”...........Dip. 2d do J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica.

.... Trans. Hot air furnace: 1st premium, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica...

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.... Trans. School or hall hot air heaters: 1st premium, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica......

........ Dip. Box stove: 1st premium, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica.......

.........Dip. Combination coal cook stove and range: 1st premium, 0. O'Neill & Co., Utica............................. Dip. 2d do

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.......Dip. Double burner, air and vapor cook stove, G. W. Henry, Oneida...... Dip.

No. 60. Stoves—(Parlor.) Ornamental parlor stove: . 1st premium, John S. Perry, Albany, “Oriental”..... ........Dip. 20 do E. Backus, Coxsackie, “ Revolving Light”.......... Trans.

Best and largest exhibition of stoves: 1st premium, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica.....

......., Dip. 2d do Wheeler & Bailey, Utica......

... Trans. DISCRETIONARY. Peckham's pat. brass rod stove regulator, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica, Dip. Peckham's Excelsior stove polish, J. S. & M. Peckham, Utica........ Dick's pat. gridiron, W. H. Cobb, Rochester...... ............... Stewart's coal burner, J. E. Roberts & Co., Utica ....... Parlor cook, coal or wood, “Sunbeam,” J. E. Roberts & Co., Utica ... Dip. Ornamental parlor wood regulator, P. H. Rose, Canandaigua........ Dip. Soap stone parlor stove, N. Whittlesey, Boonville, ............... Trans. Self-regulating, self-ventilating gas and smoke consuming coal burner,

Wheeler & Bailey, Utica...................................... Dip.

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