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LIST OF NUTS EXHIBITED AT THE STATE FAIR HELD IN CLEVELAND, 1863.

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* The two varieties of Ground-nuts and Pea-nut, also Bladder-nut, as they belong neither to the natural, or the Juglandaceac, nor Cupulifua, should not be placed among nuts I presume.

Professor Amos Eaton is my authority for the medicinal properties of the above. It is by no means a full collection of the fruits and nuts in Ohio.

E. J. FERRISS.
Little Mountain, Lake Co., Ohio.

GRAPES-HARDY.

There were 61 entries of grapes, to which the following awards were made: Best 6 varieties not less than 4 bunches each, D. C. Richmond, Sandusky. 2d best, Geo. Morgan, Cleveland...... Best 3 varieties not less than bunches, Lewis Ford, East Cleveland, 2d best, Daniel Stewart, Cleveland..... Best display, not less than 10 varieties, 3 bunches each, G. W. Campbell, Delaware....... 2d best, E. Taylor.....

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FOREIGN.

Best 3 varieties, 2 bunches each, T. Jenkins, Cleveland
Best bunch, A. W. Pond, Newburg ....

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MELONS.

Best 6 musk-melons, any variety, J. W. Doane, East Cleveland....

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RASPBERRIES.

Best quart of raspberries, G. H. Lodge, Cleveland,..
20 best, H. B. Lum, Sandusky.....
Best collection native uncultivated fruit, G. S. King, Madison, O...
Best collection native uncultivated nuts, M. B. Oviatt, Euclid.
Best peck of Ohio cranberries, E. J. Ferriss, Painesville ...
Best peck of Ohio whortleberries, H. H. G. Smith, Toledo...

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LIST OF HARDY NATIVE GRAPES EXHIBITED BY GEO. W. CAMPBELL, OF

DELAWARE.

1. Delaware. 2. Concord. 3. Rebecca. 4. Maxatawney. 6. Alvey. 6. Louisa. 7. Lydia. 8. Oporto. 9. Cuyahoga. 10. Lenoir.

11. Raabe.
12. Clinton.
13. Logan.
14. Anna.
15. Diana.
16. Perkins.
17. Allen's White Hybrid.
18. Cassady.
19. Ontario.

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FINE ARTS.

In the classes of Drawings, Paintings, Designs and Sculpture there were 93 entries, to which the following awards were made:

Best life size photograph, colored in oil by Ohio Artists, J. F. Ryder, Cleveland, Ohio......

.. Silver Medal and $10 20 best, J. M. Green, Cleveland,.

..Diploma and 5 Best specimen of painting in oil, by American Artist, Miss C. L. Ranson, Cleveland...... 10 Best specimen uncolored photograph, J. F. Ryder, Cleveland.

..Siver Medal. 2d best, J. M. Green, Cleveland....

. Diploma. Best specimen daguerreotypes, J. F. Ryder......

.. Silver Medal. Best specimen of Ohio landscapes, in oil, by Ohio Artists, Geo. L. Clough..... .Silver Medal. Best fancy painting, by Ohio or Foreign Artists, G. L. Clough...

$10 Best specimen moss or lichen work, E. S. Hunt, Euclid.....

.Silver Medal. Best specimen cone work, Mrs. R. P. Bowen, Cleveland......

... Silver Medal. Best leaf and flower work, Mrs. N. Fitch, Concord.....

.. Silver Medal. Best specimen of penmanship, Bryant & Stratton, Cleveland.

.... Diploma . Best pen drawing, Bryant, Stratton & Felton.....

Diploma. SCULPTURE, ETC. Best collection and greatest variety of insects, H. Craig, Cleveland............ Silver Medal. Best collection and greatest variety of Ohio birds, prepared, H. Craig. ...Silver Medal.

AWARDING COMMITTEE-S. J. Wadsworth, B. B. Barney, T. D. Page, M. J. Drake, Julia Butler, Frank Garlick, Geo. H. Adams and E. R. Tilden.

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.

In the class of Musical Instruments there were 6 entries, to which the following awards were made : Best square piano, Geo. Hall, Ashtabula....

.Silver Meda!. Best Melodeon, Jewett & Goodman....

..Diploma.

AWARDING COMMITTEE—J. A. Harris, Wm. Hart and H. B. Spellman.

LIST OF ARTICLES COMMENDED AT STATE FAIR, 1863.

FIRST DEPARTMENT-LIVE STOCK.

CATTLE.

F. G. Pritchard, Brunswick, O., 3 steers at one birth, 3 years old.

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E. Bingham, Cleveland, O., 1 pair Golden Pheasants.
A. Hall,

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SECOND DEPATMENT-MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC.

MACHINERY, ENGINES, ETC.

Anderson & Co., Painesville, O., portable gage saw mill.
L. S. Fairchild, Cleveland, O., water wheel.
Anderson & Co., Painesville, O., saw hanging for muley saws.
H. H. Babcock, Watertown, N. Y., 4 engine pumps.
Jonathan Troop, Erie, Pa., self regulating wind power.
Chas. Wells, Cincinnati, O., job printing press.
Bostwick, Norwalk, O., windmill for sawing wood.
E. K. Wissell, Warren, O., spoke machine.
Frevor & Co., Lockport, N. Y., combined shingle and heading machine.
Wm. Kenyon, Steubenville, O., combined gas pipe cutter.

AGRICULTURAL MACHINES.

1st Division.J. C. Birdsell, W. Henrietta, Monroe co., N. Y., combined clover thresher and huller.

Hollenshead, Morris & Co., Cincinnati, O., combined cider mill and corn sheller. 2d Division.-Chas. E. Miller, Amelia, O., combined roller crusher and seed sower.

Thos. Brett, Geneva, O., improvement in harvester seats.
H. B. Hammon, Bristolville, O., front weeding tooth.
F. F. Fowler, Upper Sandusky, O., hay hauling machine.

Chas. F. Dortenback, Cleveland, O., intestine cleaning and turning machine. 31 Division.-Wright & Holman, Springfield, O., hominy mill.

C. M. Stevenson, Eldersville, Washington co., Pa., combined rack and trough for

feeding sheep.
Gates & Speer, Gates' Mills, O., 1 dozen hand rakes.
Daniel E. Smith, Adrian, Mich., stump extractor, (model).

TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD IMPLEMENTS.

John Haye, Cleveland, O., 12 step ladders.
A. Schweizer, • do scrubbing machine.
Richardson & Keeler, Sherman, N. Y., cream pot and strainer.
Jobn A. Huff, Armanda, McComb co., Mich., Aldrich's patent fruit ladder.
Montgomery & Cook, Farmington, Wis., Strave's patent feed rack.
Wm. B. Munson, Independence, Cuyahoga co., O., fly fender.
Jacob Haller, Cleveland, O., burglars' alarm.
Roe & Blair, Madison, O., expansion cheese hoop.

PLOWS.

Rice, French & Co, Springfield, O., single shovel plow.

VEHICLES.

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Cleveland Wood and Willow Cab Manufacturing Company, 3 wood cabs for children.
T. J. Body, Cleveland, O., 2 boys' sleighs.

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do 1 childs' cart. C. L. Jones, do triangular spring brace. Schreyer's, Columbus, O., pattern steel axle, or arm for wagon. J. W. Fitch, Cleveland, O., top buggy.

Merts & Riddle, Ravenna, Ohio, display of carriage wheels, hubs, etc.
P. C. Stewart, Berea, O., display of felloes.

SEWING MACHINES.

D. M. Somerville, Cleveland, O., manufacturing machine exclusively for leather.

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E. Wyatt, Brooklyn, O., 1 silk quilt, composed of 6,000 pieces.
Louisa Harbaugh, Cleveland, O., patch work quilts.
Mrs. B. F. Dwelle, Elyria, O., white bed quilt.
Miss A. Carlisle, Cleveland, O., log cabin quilt.'
Mr. A. C. Deveroux, do card embroidery.
Mrs. M. P. Wheelock, do case of millinery goods.
T. L. Wadsworth, do embroidery and machine work.
Alice Clark, Brooklyn, Cuyahoga co., O., crochet work.
Miss E. Craig, Cleveland, O., 1 case wax fruit.
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HOUSEHOLD FABRICKS.

Mrs. C. L. Dayton, Alden, N. Y., 10 yards flannel (Balmoral).
Mrs. J. M. Pero, Columbus, O., I gents' shirt.
Hattie M. Snyder, Cleveland, O., lamp stand mat.
Mrs. Geo. W. Billings, do double rim palm leaf hat.
Mrs. S. Newbury,

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Asa W. Allen, Ellsworth, Mahoning co., 4 pair sheep skin mittens.
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Mrs. Eliza J. Wiley, North Ridgeville, 1 feather bed.
Mrs. E. Ackley, East Rockport, O., down bed and pillows.
Chas. Uhlsch, Cleveland, O., woolen shoes.
Mrs. C. L. Dayton, Alden, N. Y., 1 pair linen stockings.
L. A. Keppner, Cleveland, O., 8 dozen collars.
Curtis Cramer,

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WORKED METALS.

Wm. Polyblank, Cleveland, O., display of tin ware.
King, Booths & Co., wood fence and iron posts.
Andrew Parke, Cleveland, O., 5 breech loading rifles.
R. W. Allen & Co., do sheet iron barrels for coal oil.
Quind & Campbell, Hamilton, O., breech loading carbine.
0. P. Stevens, Cleveland, O., scraper attachment to shoe brush.
Wales Aldrich, do breech loading rifle.

STOVES, CASTINGS, ETC.
J.J. Low, Cleveland, O., Stewart's cooking stove, (wood).
J. E. Hall, do coal cooking stove.
Parish & Knight, do base burning parlor stove.

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