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FRUITS.

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

APPLES.

$5 3 3

Best 10 varieties, not less than five each, J. A. Scott, Toledo.....
20 best, J. Gallup, Cleveland......
Do. 6 do. of apples, J. A. Scott..
2d best, Miller, Swan & Layton, Springfield.....
Do. 6 do. of winter apples, Lewis Nicholson, Rockport.....
20 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.
20 best, Ellwanger and Barry, Rochester, N. Y.

3 2 3 2 10 5

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. Bobannon.

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 Pippio.
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.

Crab 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 :

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.....

$5 3 2 1 8 5

PEARS.

Best 10 varieties, not less than 5 cach, 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.
20 best L. Nicholson, Rockport....
Best display in variety and quality, Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, N. Y...
2d best, Bateham, Hanford & Co....

$5 3 3 2 3 1 3 2 10 5

QUINCES.

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

$3 2

PLUMS.

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

$3 2

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

ELLWANGER & BARRY-110 VARIETIES OF PEARS.

Summer. Bartlett. Buerre d'Amaulis. Buerre Hamecher. Bezi de Cassoi d'Ete. Canandaigua. Duchess d'Berri d'Ete. Kingsessing. Kirtland. Livingston Virgalieu. Moyamensing. Muskingum. Pinneo. Summer Virgalieu. Tyson. Washington.

Rapaljes Seedling. Serrurier. Seckel. Sheldon. St. Andre. Triumph de Jodoigne. Tyler. Urbaniste. Van Buren. Westcott. Muscadine.

Autumn. Buffam. Buerre Bosc. Buerre Diel. Buerre d'Anjou. Buerre Langelier. Buerre Clairgeau. Buerre Hardy. Buerre Superfine. Buerre Moire. Buerre Brown. Bergamot Gansels. Belle Lucrative. Coter. Comte de Paris. Comte de Flanders. Church. Catinka. Colmar Epine. Chapman. Buerre Mauxion. Buerre Benoist Nouveau.

Comte de Lamy.
Cabot.
Dix.
Duchesse d’Angonleme.
Duchess d' Orleans.
Doyenne Boussock.
Doyenne Robin.
Doyenne White.
Doyenne Downing.
Doyenne Dillen.
Diller.
Delicis d'Aloist.
Earl's Seeding.
Elizabeth Edwards.
Frederika Bremer,
Flemish Beauty
Fulvie Gregoire.
Figue de Naples.
Fleur de Neige.
Howell.
Henry IV.
Jalousie Fontenay Vendee.
Johannot.
Louise Bonne de Jersey.
Liberale.
Lodge.
McVean.
Marie Louise.
McKnight.
Napoleon.
Nantais.
Ontario.
Oliver's Russett.
Oswego Buerre.
Pratt.

Paradise d'Automne, • Paul Ambre.

Petre.

Winter Varieties. Buerre Easter. Buerre Gris de Hiver. Black Worcester. Belle Williams. Alphonse Karr. Doyenne Goubault. Doyenne Siemelle. Epine Dumas. Easter Bergamot. Figne de Alencon. Felix de Leim. Homewood. Josephine de Malines. Lawrence. McLaughlin. Passe Colmar. Pound. Pater Noster. Rushmore. St. Germain. St. Princess. Vicar of Winkfield. Winter Nelis. Willermoz. Doyenne de Alencon.

First premium on display.

List of 35 varieties of Plums from Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, N. Y.
Purple Gage.
Yellow Egg.

Queen Mother.
Fellemberg.
Lombard.

Shropshire Damson.
Coes' Golden Drop.
Madison.

German Prune,
Peter's Yellow Gage.
Frost Gage.

Guthries' Aunt Ann.
Lawson's Golden Gage.
Late Black Orleans.

Wine Sour.

Wuling's Superb.
Duanes Purple.
Imperial Gage.
Lucomb's Nonsuch.
Schenectady Catharine.
Roes' Autumn Gage.
Monroe Gage.

Dennison's Superb.
Lawrence's Favorite.
Reine Caude de Bary.
Drop d'Or.
Victoria,
Downton Imperatrice.
Smith's Orleans.

English Damson.
Shropshire.
Prune de Agen.
Topaz.
Pond's Seedling.
Orange.

CATALOGUE OF NATIVE FRUITS EXHIBITED AT STATE FAIR AT CLEVELAND.

The following is a list of native uncultivated fruits and nuts exhibited by E. J. Ferris, to gether with their common and botanical, names, &c.

COMMON NAMES.

BOTANIC NAMES.

REMARKS.

1. Alder, Black. 2. Alder, Tag. 3. Apple, Crab. 4. Ash, White. 6. Ash, Swamp. 6. Arrow-wood. 7. Bane-berry. 8. Basswood. 9. Bittersweet. 10. Blackberry, high. 11. Blackberry, running

or swamp. 12. Blueberry 13. Burning bush. 14. Button-bush. 15. Buttonwood. 16. Cherry, Choke. 17. Cedar, Red.

Ilex virticillata.
Alnus Tirrulata.
Pyrus Coronaria.
Fraxinus acuminata.
Fraxinus juglandifolia.
Viburnum dentatum.
Actaea alba.
Tilia glabra.
Solanum dulcamara.
Rubus villosus.

Tonic, astringent.
Astringent, febrifuge, stomachic.
Valuable timber tree.
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Astringent.
Acrid, caustic.
Flowers secrete much honey.
Fruit and herbage supposed poisonous.
Esculent.

18. Cherry, Red.
19. Cherry, Black.
20. Choke-berry, Red.
21. Choke-berry, Black.
22. Cohosh, White.
23. Cohosh, Blue.
24. Cornel, alternate

leaved.
25. Cranberry,
26. Currant.
27. Cucumber tree.
28. Dewberry.
29. Dogwood.
30. Elder, common.
31. Elder, Red berried.
32. Elder, Dwarf.
33. Fever, bush.
34. Ginsing.
35. Goose-berry,
36. Grape, Frost.
37. Grape, Fox Ohio.
38. Green-brier.
39. Ground Cherry.
40. Hemlock.
41. Honeysuckle.

Rubus hispidus.

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Vaccinum angustifolium.

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Euonymus americanus. Ornamental, Cathartic.
Cephalanthus occidentalis.
Platanus occidentalis. Large tree, not very valuable.
Prunus serotina.

Astringent.
Juniperus virginiana. Timber durable, balsamic, stomach

healing.
· Prunus obovata.

Astringent.
Prunus virginiana. Timber valuable, fruit edible.
Aronia sanguinea.

Astringent.
Aronia melanocarpa.

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Actaea alba.

Acrid, caustic, perhaps poisonous.
Caulophyllem thalictroides. Refrigerent.
Cornus alternifolia. Astringent.
Vaccinium macrocarpon.

Esculent.
Ribis floridum.

May be worth cultivating.
Magnolia acuminata. A pretty good timber tree.
Rubus Canadensis.

Fruit esculent.
Cornus florida.

Astringent.
Sambuces Canadensis. Emollient.
Sambucus pubene.
Aralia Spinosa.

Stimulant.
Laurus benzoin.

Aromatic, stomachic.
Panax quinquefolia. Stimulant.
Ribis lacustris.

Esculent.
Vitis vulpina.
Vitis vulpina.

Found on the banks of the Chagrin

river, as large as the Connecticut.
Smilax rotundifolia. Diuretic, and demulcent.
Physalis viscosa.

Equal to the tomato for eating.
Pinus Canadensis.

Ornamental, balsamic.
Lonicera Ciliata.

Ornamental, fragrant.

CATALOGUE OF NATIVE FRUITS EXHIBITED AT STATE FAIR AT CLEVELAND,

1863—Continued.

COMMON NAMES.

BOTANIC NAMES.

REMARKS.

42. Honeysuckle, bush. Diervilla trifida.

Fragrant. 43. Horse Gentian. Triosteum perfoliatum. Astringent. 44. Hackberry Celtis occidentalis.

Emollient, tonic. 45. Indian Cucumber root. Gyromia virginica. Weak tonic, root edible. 46. Indian Turnip. Arum triphyllum.

Acrid. 47. Ivy, Poison.

Rhus toxicodendron. Poisonous. 48. Jacob's Ladder. Smilax peduncularis.

Diuretic, demulcent. 49. Judas Tree. Cercis Canadensis.

Ornamental. 50. June-berry.

Aronia botryapium. Fruit, edible. 51. Kentucky Coffee-tree. Gymnocladus Canadensis. Ornamental, timber said to be val

uable. 52. Lilly of the Valley. Convallaria borealis. Diuretic, and demulcent. 53. Larch, American. Larix Americana.

Balsamic. 54. Moonsud.

Minispermum Canadense. Tonic. 55. Mandrake.

Podophyllum peltatum. Cathartic. 56. Mountain Ash. Sorbus Americana.

A dwarf variety, found in Burton

Geauga county 40 years ago. 57. Mulberry. Morus rubra.

Nutritious 58. Paw-paw. Porcelia triloba.

Fruit esculent. 59. Persimmon.

Diospyros virginiana. Nutritious. 60. Partridge-berry.

Mitchella repens. 61. Pine, White. Pinus Strobus.

A very valuable timber tree. 62. Plum. Prunus Americana.

Fruit esculent. 63. Poke-weed.

Phytolacca decandra. Deabthuent. 64. Pipsissiwa.

Chimaphila umbellata. Tonic, diuretic. 65. Pogonia.

Pogonia verticillata. 66. Raspberry, Black. Rubus occidentalis.

Esculent. 67. Raspberry, Red. Rubus strigosus.

do 68. Sarsaparilla. Aralia nudicaulis.

Stimulant. 69. Sassafras. Laurus sassafras.

Aromatio. 70. Sheep-berry. Viburnum lintago.

Fruit, esculent. 71. Solomon's Seal, Dwarf. Convallaria bifolia. Diuretic, and demulcent. 72.

Spiked. Convallaria racemosa. 73. Spikenard. Aralia racemose.

Stimulent. 74. Strawberry.

Fragaria virginiana. Fruit, esculent, 75. Sumach, Staghorn. Rhus typhina.

Astringent. 76. Sumach, Smooth. Rhus glabra.

do 77. Thorn Apple.

Crataegus punctata. 78. Tulip Tree. Lyriodendron tulipifera.

Valuable timber tree. 79. Wintergreen. Gaultheria procumbens. 80. Witch, Hazel, Hamamelis virginica.

Diuretic. 81. Withe Rod. Viburnum nudum.

Astringent. 82. Whortleberry, Squaw Vaccinium Stamineum. Astringent, tonic. 83. Whortleberry, Black, Vaccinium racemosum. Esculent.

upland. 84. Whortleberry, Black, Vaccinium resinosum. Esculent.

swamp. 85. Whortleberry, Giant. Vaccinium corymbosum. Esculent. 86. Yam. Dioscorea villosa,

Tonic. 87. Ground-nut. Apios tuberosa.

May be much improved by cultiva

tion. 88. Ground-nut. Panax trifolia.

Stimulant. 89. Pea nut.

Amphicarpa monoica. Nutritous, antiscorbutic, aperient.

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