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Class VIII-HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT—FRUITS.
No. 70.-Class 1.-PROFESSIONAL List.

Cut Flowers.
For the best display, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester..

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Wm. Brown Smith, Syracuse

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Dahlias. Best collection, Wm. Brown Smith, Syracuse.. 2d do Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester... Best 24 dissimilar blooms, Frost & Co., Rochester.. 2d do

Wm. Brown Smith, Syracuse. Best 12 dissimilar blooms,

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Roses. For the greatest, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester... 2d do Wm. Brown Smith, Syracuse.. For the newest and best 24 distinct varieties, Wm. Brown Smith, Sy2d newest and best 24 distinct varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Roch'r..

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12 varieties, Wm. Brown Smith, Syracuse.. 2d do do

Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester...

Phloxes. For the greatest number, Wm. Brown Smith, Syracuse.. 2d do

Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester.. For the best 12 varieties, F. W. Boyce, Utica 2d do

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Carnations.
For the best display of monthly carnations, Ellwanger & Barry, Ro-

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Verbenas. For the greatest variety, F. W. Boyce, Utica. . 2d do W. B. Smith, Syracuse. Newest and best 12 varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester... 2d do

do do W..B. Smith, Syracuse Best collection, 3 varieties of American seedlings, not before exhibited, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester ...

German Asters. Best collection, F. W. Boyce, Utica .. 2d do

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Pansies. Best collection, J. W. Alexander, Utica...

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Ten Week Stock. Best collection, James Vick, Rochester.... 2d do W. B. Smith, Syracuse...

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No. 71. Class 2.-AMATEUR LIST.

Cut Flowers. For the best display, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co. 2d do

Wm. Newcomb, Johnsonville, Rensselaer Co...

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Dahlias. For the greatest number, Wm. Newcomb, Johnsonville, Rensselaer co. 2d do do Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer

county Best 12 dissimilar blooms, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rens

selaer county..... 2d best 12 dissimilar blooms, J. W. Alexander, Utica Best 6 dissimilar blooms, John Charlton, Rochester 2d do

do Frost & Co., Rochester

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Roses. For the greatest number, Morris Jones, Rome. 2d do

do Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co. Best 12 varieties, Allen Monroe, Syracuse For the best 6 varieties, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer

county. .... 2d best 6 varieties, Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton, Oswego co..

Carnations. For the best display, monthly carnations, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pitts

town, Rensselaer co

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Verbenas. For the greatest number, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer

county. ..... 2d greatest nunber, John Charlton, Rochester Best 12 distinct varieties, John Charlton, Rochester... 2d do

do Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton, Oswego co.. Best 6 varieties, John Charlton, Rochester 2d do Wm. Newcomb, Johnsonville, Rensselaer co. For the best seedling, not before exhibited, Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton, Os

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Phloxes. Greatest number, Allen Monroe, Syracuse 2d do Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co.. Best 6 varieties, Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton, Oswego co.... 2d do Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co.... Best seedling, not before shown, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown,

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German Asters. Best collection, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co..... 20 do Mrs. H. Wier, Johnsonville, Rensselaer co.....

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Pansies. Best collection, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co..... 2d do Mrs. H. Lamb, Fulton, Oswego co...

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Ten Week Stock. Best display, John Charlton, Rochester......

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No. 72. GENERAL List.

Pot Plants. Best 10 plants in pots, J. W. Alexander, Utica

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Floral Design.
Best, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer co.

5 2d best, J. W. Alexander, Utica..

3 Bouquets. Best pair hand, Henry Wagner, Utica.....

5 2d do Morris Jones, Rome

3 Best pair parlor, Henry Wagner, Utica

5 2d do Mrs. Henry Dodge, Washington Mills.

3 Best basket bouquet, Morris Jones, Rome... 2d do do Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown...

3 Best display of newly introduced flowers, not contained in the foregoing lists, Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, Pittstown ..

5 Best floral wreath, " discretionary,” Henry Wagner, Utica.

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No. 73. Class 1.–PROFESSIONAL LIST.

Apples. Best 40 varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester 2d do W. Brown Smith, Syracuse Best 20 varieties, E. W. Sylvester, Lyons. 2d do W. Brown Smith, Syracuse Best 12 varieties do do do 2d

H. E. Hooker & Co., Rochester

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Pears. Best 20 varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester. 2d do W. Brown Smith, Syracuse Best 15 varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester 2d do W. Brown Smith, Syracuse. Best 10 varieties, do do do 2d do 0. B. Gridley, Marshall.. Best 6 varieties, W. Brown Smith, Syracuse 2d do H. E. Hooker & Co., Rochester.

No. 74. PROFESSIONAL List.

Plums.
Best 12 varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester

Nectarines.
Greatest number of varieties, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester.....
Best 1 variety, 12 specimens, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester..
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Grapes. Greatest number of good native varieties, Ellwanger & Barry,

Rochester ... 2d do Pleasant Valley Wine Co., Hammondsport. Best I variety, 6 bunches, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester.. Greatest number of varieties, foreign grapes, grown under glass, Ell

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No. 75.-Class 2.--AMATEUR List.

Apples. Best 20 varieties, J. H. Case, New Hartford..... 2d do James S. Foster, New Hartford.... Best 15 varieties, A. Patterson, New Hartford.... 2d do R, H, Ilart, Whitestown.... Best 10 varieties, J. H. Case, New Hartford.... 2d do Jno. Charlton, Rochester...

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Pears.
Best 15 varieties, W. G. Watson, Rochester.....
2d do James S. Foster, New Hartford..
Best 10 varieties, Edward Dagge, Rochester...

do Jno. Charlton, Rochester. Best 6 varieties, Edward Dagge, Rochester.. 2d. do W. G. Watson, Rochester..

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No. 76.-AMATEUR LIST.

Plums.
Best 6 varieties, 6 of each, Edward Dagge, Rochester...
Best 1 variety, 12 specimens, Morris Jones, Rome....

Quinces.
Best dozen apple or orange, E. S. Hayward, Rochester....

Grapes.
Greatest number of good native varieties, F. C. Brehm, Waterloo ..
2d do Mrs. D. S. Heffron, Utica....
Best 1 variety, 6 bouches, F. C. Brehen, Waterloo.....
Greatest number of varieties, and best specimen foreign grapes,

grown under glass, Morris Jones, Rome... 2d do

J. W. Alexander, Utica.. Best 1 variety, 3 bunches, W. D. Walcott, N. Y. Mills.. 2d do E. F. Schellhass, New Hartford...

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Muskmelons.
Best specimen, any variety, Mrs. E. Spratt, Utica........

Cranberries.
Best peck domestic cultivated, D. S. Halsey, Victory, Cayuga Co.....
Best seedling pear, Thos. R. Peck, Waterloo...

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THE TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE NEW YORK STATE

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, HELD AT UTICA. The Executive Committee of the N. Y. State Agricultural Society, in closing up the labors of the 23d Annual Exhibition of the Society, held at Utica, take great pleasure in acknowledging, in an especial manner, their obligations to John Butterfield, Esq., of Utica, for his unwearied efforts in carrying out all the arrangements of the fair grounds and the erections for the accommodation of the society and exhibitors, in a manner never excelled in the history of the society ; which was alike creditable to him, and those associated with him, and for which the Executive Committee desire to unite with the public in the assurance of their entire satisfaction with the arrangments made.

To his Honor, Mayor Wilson, and the Common Council of the city of Utica, the thanks of the Executive Committee are tendered, for the free use of the City Hall for the meetings of the society, and for the hospitable entertainment of the committee and the guests of the society; and, also, for their cordial co-operation with the officers of the society, to make the third fair held in their beautiful city a complete success.

The thanks of the committee are herewith conveyed to the citizens of Utica, for their hospitality and liberal entertainment of the guests of the Society, and the many strangers who honored the society by their attendance.

The committee desire to express their obligations to the gentlemen of the press of Utica, for their hearty co-operation through the columus of their journals, and the full and correct account of the progress of the exhibition, as published in their daily issues.

Sheriff Crocker, acting Chief of Police of the fair grounds, and the officers under lim, rendered valuable services ; and the committee experience pleasure in acknowledging their obligations.

The thanks of the committee, as well as of the many exhibitors of stock, are due to Mr. A. S. Foster, Superintendent of Forage, and Mr. A. Van Vorst, Superintendent of Water, for the promptness with which all demands on their respective departments were met, and for the perfect system shown in all their arrangements.

Mr. Charles Butterfield will accept the thanks of the committee for the free use of his grounds for the plowing match.

The interest and energy evinced by the manufacturers and dealers in stoves, machinery, &c., in erecting buildings for their extensive exhibition, was worthy of all praise.

The committee not only, but exhibitors, are deeply indebted to Z. C. Priest, Esq., the indefatigable Superintendent of the Central Railroad in Utica, and to his efficient assistants, for promptly forwarding stock and articles to their various destinations, and exerting themselves in every way to oblige and accommodate the public.

The officers of the different railroad corporations, as usual, manifested their interest in the success of the exhibition, by forwarding articles to and from the fair free of charges ; a service most highly appreciated by the society and the exhibitors.

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