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with no warm room where a high even temperature can be kept up, the probabilities would be against the most successful operator.

We respectfully suggest, therefore, that the condition above referred to be waived, and that the premium on Sorgho and Imphee Sugar be awarded to the best sugar made since the last Fair, the samples on exhibition to be not less than 20, 50, or 100 lbs. each, as you may decide.

Yours respectfully,

BLYMYER, BATES & DAY.

Manufacturers Cook's Evaporator.

VEGETABLES, ROOTS, ETC.

In the class of vegetables, roots, &c., there were 312 entries, on which the following awards were made : Best one-half bushel Neshannock potatoes, G. S. King, Madison, 0..... 20 best, W. H. H. Akins, Brooklyn .... Best one-half bushel Pinkeye potatoes, F. G. Lewis, Rockport. Best one-half bushel Peach Blow, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland... Best of any other variety not named above, E. S. Willard, Cleveland.. Best and greatest variety of Irish, G. S. King, Madison......... Best one-half bushel sweet potatoes, E. S. Willard, Cleveland. 20 best, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland............. Best 12 parsnips, E. S. Willard, Cleveland............ Best 12 carrots, John Smith, Cleveland.......... Best 6 long blood beets, John Kelly, East Cleveland...... Best 6 turnip beets, E. S. Willard, Cleveland...... Best 6 sugar beets, E. S. Willard .. Best display of beets id variety and quality, John Smith, Cleveland Best peck of tomatoes, Peter Herker, East Cleveland ... 28 best, J. Baisch, East Cleveland....... Best display of tomatoes in variety and quality, John Smith, Cleveland Best 3 drum-head cabbage, E. S. Willard, Cleveland .. Best 3 red dutch cabbage, E. S. Willard........... Best 3 of any other, not named above, John Kelly, East Cleveland.. Best 3 heads of cauliflower, John Marshall, Brooklyn... Best head of broccoli, John Marshall... Best 6 heads of lettuce, John Marshall.... Best one-half peck red onions, John Seaber, East Cleveland .. Best one-half peck of yellow onions, H. W. Payne, Brooklyn... Best peck of white onions, Peter Herker, East Cleveland.......... Best display of onions in variety and quality, E. S. Willard, Cleveland. Best one-half peck of peppers for pickling, F. T. Sherwin, East Cleveland .

Best display of peppers in variety or quality, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland. * Best 6 roots of salsify, Lewis Ford, East Cleveland

Best 6 stocks of celery, J. Seaber, East Cleveland....
Best 3 marrow equashes, E. S. Willard, Cleveland.....
Best 3 Hubbard squashes, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland ...
Best 3 crook-neck squashes, M. B. Oviatt, Euclid......
Best display of squashes in variety and quality, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland .......
Best and largest pumpkin, J. Baisch, East Cleveland ...........

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Best display of pumpkins in variety and quality, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland..
Best peck of sweet corn in ear, F. G. Lewis, Rockport...
Best display of sweet corn in ear, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland
Best 3 mountain sweet watermelons, P. Herker, East Cleveland....
Best 3 watermelons of any other variety, J. S. Blackwell, East Cleveland
Best 3 green fleshed musk-melons, J. Baisch, East Cleveland ........
Best 3 yellow fleshed musk-melons, J. B. Lottridge, Rockport ......
Best and greatest display of melons of all varietiəs, both water-melons and musk-melons,

Herker, East Cleveland ........
Best 6 radishes, J. Baisch, East Cleveland ........
Best one-half peck of Lima beans, J. M. Tubbs, Cleveland.
Best peck of kidney bunch beans, J. B. Lottridge, Rockport
Best peck of pole beans other than Lima, J. B. Lottridge, Rockport....
Best peck of field peas, J. D. Herrick, Jefferson.
Best half peck of garden peas, H. Stephens, Sheffield .
Best and greatest variety of peas, J. D. Herrick, Jefferson ...
Best half peck of gherkin cucumbers, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland
Best 2 apple pie melons, Mrs. G. Perrine, Milan ..
Best 3 purple egg plants, E. S. Willard, Cleveland.........
Best 6 stalks of rhubarb, F. T. Sherwin, East Cleveland....

....... 2 Best and greatest variety of vegetables raised by one exhibiter, E. S. Willard, Cleveland.. 10

AWARDING COMMITTEE-D. C. Richmond, Henry Ridenour, Geo. W. Slingluff, Henry Bennett.

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FLOWERS, STOVE, AND GREEN HOUSE PLANTS—PROFESSIONAL LIST. In the class of professional flowers, there were 42 entries, to which the following awards were made : Best collection of not less than 20 varieties, variety and growth being taken into considera

tion, M. Hagerty, Cleveland...... Best 12 varieties, as above, M. Hagerty, Cleveland......

........ 2d best.......................... ................................................ 3 Best specimen plant in or out of bloom, M. Hagerty, Cleveland ........ Best display of not less than 10 varieties of variegated leaved plants in or out of bloom, M.

Hagerty, Cleveland..
2d best, R. H. Boemer, Cleveland .............
Best single specimen, M. Hagerty, Cleveland .......
Best collection of aloes and cactus in pots, J. P. Fletcher, Cleveland .
Best collection geraniums in bloom, not less than 10 varieties, M. Hagerty, Cleveland.
Best and greatest display roses named, M. Hagerty, Cleveland....
Best display of coxcombs and amaranths, J. Gallup, Cleveland ...
Best display of gladiolas, M. Hagerty, Cleveland..................
Best hanging basket, M. Hagerty.
2d best, G. J. Proback.
Best floral ornament, G. J. Proback, Cleveland ...
2d best, Mrs. H. Wick, Cleveland, ....
Best collection of fuchsias in pots, growth and variety to be taken into consideration, G. J.

Proback, Cleveland
Best display of asters, Peter Herker, East Cleveland

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Best pair parlor boquets, without regard to style, B. H. Boemer, Cleveland....
Best 20 varieties of dahlias, J. P. Fletcher ..
2d best, Batebam & Hanford, Columbus..
Best 12 varieties of dahlias, McIntosh & Co...
2d best, J. P. Fletcher....
Best display of verbenas in pots, B. H. Boehmer.
2d best cut verbenas, J. P. Fletcher....
20 best cut roses, J. P. Fletcher.........

AWARDING COMMITTEE.-H. B. Lum, Mrs. H. Brown, Mrs. Stephen Boalt.

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AMATEUR LIST. In the class of amateur flowers there were 83 entries, to which the following awards were made: Best collection of 20 varieties green house plants, Geo. Morgan, gardener to Jos. Perkins. . $10 2d best, H. B. Hulburt............... Best collection of 12 varieties green house plants, H. B. Hulburt... 2d best, Geo. Morgan.. Best collection 6 varieties greenhouse plants, H. B. Hulburt..... 2d beet, John Smith......... Best collection 10 variegated plants, Geo. Morgan.. 2d best, H. B. Hulburt............. Best collection cut flowers, Geo. Morgan........ 2d best, John Smith Best collection 10 gloxinias and achimenes, Geo. Morgan.. Best collection ferns and Lycopodiums, H. B. Hulburt... Best collection verbenas in pots, John Smith.. 20 best, H. B. Hulburt...... Best collection petunias in pots, H. B. Hulburt........ Best collection dahlias, committee awarded first premium to H. B. Hulburt and Geo. Mor

gan........................... Best collection cut verbenas, John Smith...... 2d best, H. B. Hulburt. Best collection cut roses, H. B. Holburt... Best collection fuchsias in pots, John Smith.... 20 best, H. B. Hulburt....... Best collection geraniums, Geo. Morgan........ 2d best, John Smith.... Best epecimen variegated plant, Geo. Morgan........ Best hand boquet, Thos. Marshall, Painesville..... Best parlor boquet, Mrs. M. Church, Painesville........ Best display of asters, Mrs. N. Fitch, Concord....... Best specimen plant, in or out of bloom, Geo. Morgan... Best coxcombs amaranths, Mrs. N. Fitch, Concord. 20 best, T. Jenkins, Cleveland......

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REPORT OF COMMITTEE.
The display in this department is very superior, especially in variagated foliage plants. Far
excelling, in the opinion of the committee, any previous exhibition.

W. H. BEAUMONT,
M. B. BATEHAM,
JOHN FLETCHER,
MRS. B. B. BARNEY.

FRUITS.

There were 72 entries of Apples, to which the following awards were made :

APPLES.

Best 10 varieties, not less than five each, J. A. Scott, Toledo.......
2d best, J. Gallup, Cleveland,
Do. 6 do. of apples, J. A. Scott...
20 best, Miller, Swan & Layton, Springfield.............
Do. 6 do. of winter apples, Lewis Nicholson, Rockport...
2d do. W. E. Mears & Co., Milford ....
Best arranged basket of 10 varieties, not less than half a bushel, J. A. Scott.......
2d best, M. B. Oviatt, Euclid.
Best display in variety and quality, J. A. Scott...
2d best, Ellwanger and Barry, Rochester, N. Y.

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AWARDING COMMITTEE.—Giles Boalt, Geo. Powers and D. Kreps.

ELLWANGER & BARRY-109 VARIETIES OF APPLES.

Summer.

Porter. American Summer Pearmain. Pomme Royal. Astrachan Red.

Pumpkin Russet. Cole or Scarlet Perfume. St. Lawrence. Early Strawberry.

Striped Sweet. Golden Sweeting.

Menagera. Keswick Codling.

Parrot Reinette. Summer Hagloe.

Gloria Mundi. Summer Rose.

Tonne. Summer Queen.

Gifford. Bohannon.

Kilham Hill.

Sawyer Sweet.
Autumn.
Alexander.

Winter.
Aut. Strawberry.

Alfristan.
Cogswell.

Baldwin.
Duchess of Oldenburg. Bellflower Yellow.
Fall Pippin.

Bourassa.
Fall Russet.

Cardinal Red. Fleiner.

Dutch Mignonne. Fall Gennetting.

Fallawalder. Fall Wine.

Fameuse. Gravenstein.

Jonathan. Hawthornden.

King of Tompkins co. Hawley.

King of Pippins. Jefferies.

Lyman's Pumpkin Sweet. Jewett's fine Red.

Lady Apple. Lowell.

Monmouth Pippin. Maidens' Blush.

Minister. Munson Sweet.

Mother.

Northern Spy.
Ortley.
Pryor Red.
Peach.
President.
Pomme Gris.
Rambo.
Reinette Canada.
Reine des Reinettes.
Rambourde Hiver.
R. I. Greening.
Ribston Pippis.
Russet Golden.
Russett Roxbury.
Swaar.
Seek-no-further.
Spitzenburg Esopus.
Smith's Cider.
Tolman's Sweet.
Twenty Ounce.
Vandervere.
Winter Pearmain.
Wormsley Pippin.
Wagener.
White Seek-no-further.
Tewksbury Winter Blush.
Camp:
Blenheim Pippin.
Sweet and Sour Greening.
Mannington Pearmain.

Imperial.
Ashmead's Kernel.
Scarlet Pearmain.
Michael Henry Pippin.

Detroit Red.
Monmead's Pearmain.
Sweet Rambo.
Reinette d' Anjon.
Marks.
Golden Reinette.
Beachemwell.
Scarlet Nonpareil.
Cornish Gilliflower.
Sweet Pearmain.

Belmont.
Rome Beauty.
Eustis.
Dumelow Seedling.
Reinette d'Or.
Ross Nonpareil.
Reinette Wortley
Reinette de Bretagne.
Cooper.
Sanspareil.

Orab Apples.
Oblong Crab.
River's Large.
Large Red Siberian.

PEACHES.

In the class of Peaches and Pears there were 70 entries, to which the following awards were made :

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Best 6 varieties, not less than 6 each, J. W. Doane, East Cleveland......
2d best, D. C. Richmond, Sandusky........
Best 1 plate of 1 variety, not less than 6 specimens, E. Taylor, Cleveland.
20 best, R. W. Hickox, Cleveland...
Best and greatest display, Lewis Nicholson, Rockport..................
2d best, J. W. Doane, East Cleveland.........

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Best 10 varieties, not less than 5 each, Geo. Morgan, Cleveland...
2d best, John Smith, Cleveland.........................................
Best 5 varieties, not less than 5 each, Miller, Swan & Layton, Springfield..
2d best, E. S. Willard, Cleveland........
Best 3 varieties, not less than 5 each, Miller, Swan & Layton, Springfield
2d best, L. Nicholson, Rockport.......
Best peck of 1 variety, J. Gallup, Cleveland.............................
2d best L. Nicholson, Rockport......
Best display in variety and quality, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, N. Y.......
2d best, Bateham, Hanford & Co......

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QUINCES.

Best 12 quinces, J. Gallup, Cleveland.......
20 best, Miller, Swan & Layton, Springfield..........

PLUMS.

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Best 3 varieties, not less than 6 each, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, N. Y.
Best plate of not less than 12 each, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, N. Y........
Best display of plums, Ellwanger & Barry...

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AWARDING COMMITTEE-J. Austin Scott, T. P. Johnston, L. A. Hine and E. G. Willard.

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