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21. C. B. Jackson, Center ville, Indiana, stallion, Halcorn. 22. A. J. Ryan, West Jefferson, Vadison county, mare, Bolly. 23. John Shroyer, Brant, Miami county, brood mare, Nelly. 24. Warren Wright, Xenia, stallion, Monarch and 5 colis. 25. George E. Webber, Hinckley, Medina county, stallion, Eastman Morgan. 26. Leonard Yinger, Sidney, Obio, stallion, Count Piper. 27. H. Wilson, London, Ohio, mare, Sally Ann. 28. James Hopping, Xenia, stallion, Uncle Tom. 29. Franklin Heck, Trenton, Builer county, filly, Victoria. 30. Seven Mile Stock Co., Seven Mile, Butler county, five colts by Victor. 31. M. H. Tatman, Osborne, Ohio, stallion, Ashland. 32. W. Reed, Monroe, Ohio, stallion, Perfection. 33. do do stallion, Perfection and 5 colts. 34. John Evans, Lebanon, Ohio, stallion, Proud America. 35. P. W. Taylor, London, Ohio, stallion, Alaric. 36. R. G. Corwin, Dayton, Ohio, mare, Mattie, 37. R. J. Bidwell, Tecumseb, Michigan, stallion, Bussorah Morgan. 38. do do do stallion, General Gifford, Jr. 39. do

do do mare, Flora Temple. 40. J. A. Smith, Loganville, Logan county, stallion, Jim. 41. M. D. Harris, Eaton, Ohio, stallion, Champion. 42. E. Swoards, Bellbrook, Ohio, mare, 43. A. C. Jennings, Urbana, Ohio, stallion, St. Lawrence. 44. do

do mare, Alice. 45. Wm. Ball, do mare, Nutwood Bell. 46. W. C. Davis, Dayton, stallion, Nutwood. 47. do d o stallion, Tom Salter. 48. do do stallion, Woodside Duke. 49. John Cattick, Franklin, Ohio, mare, Spy Letta. 50. R. C. Stewart, Seven Mile, Butler county, mare, Patts. 51. do do do mare, Flora Duncan. 52. J. M. Stewart do

do mare, Highlander. 53. W. C. Stewart do

do mare, Jenny Lind. 54. Jacob Sarver, Spring Hills, stallion, Eclipse Jerry. 55. J. H. Roney, Marysville, Ohio, sire, Norman Bill and 5 colts. 56. Pugh & Schenck, Franklin, Black Hawk Morgan. 57. Wm. Swailes, Troy, Miami county, Ohio, mare, Mary, 3 years. 58. H. C. Grey, Mechanicsburg, Champaigne county, Ohio, stallion, Bellair, 7

years.

59. J. W. Morgan, Grove City, Franklin county, mare, Bell Cora.
60. J. P. Mumma, Dayton, stallion, Sampson.
61. R. Nevins, Columbus, stallion, Joe Godwin.
62. do do mare, Flora.
63. F. Emley, Franklin, mare, 4 years.

The committee submitted no report, but made the following awards :

COLTS. Best 5 colts, under 4 years, by one horse, Seven Mile Stock Co........... 840 Second be st 5 colts, under 4 years, by one horse, Wm. Reed, Monroe..... 20 Victor, sire of best 5 colts, as above, Seven Mile Stock Co........ Silver Medal. Perfection, second best do W. Reed, Monroe .... ......

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HORSES. Best stallion of any age or breed, Reber & Kutz, Lancaster ............. 8200 Best mare do J. M. Stewart, Seven Mile............ 100

JACKS AND MULES. 1. Emanuel Hawker, Dayton, 1 pair mules, Jim and Jack, 15 months old. 2. Charles Fullington, Milford Centre, Union county, jack, Buena Vista, 5

years old. 3. Charles Fullington, Milford Centre, Union county, jack, Warrior, 4 years

old. 4. Wm. Stansel, Centreville, Montgomery county, 1 pair mules, Tom and

Jerry, 4 years old. 5. David Meek, Owensville, Clermont county, jennet, Star of the West, 4

years and over. 6. David Meek, Owensville, Clermont county, jack, Star of the West, 2 years

and over. 7. David Meek, Owensville, Clermont county, jack, Star of the West, 1 year

and over. 8. George Ivins, Piermont, Montgomery county, mule, Doll, 2 years old. 9. Stephen Hagenbuch, Fairfield, Greene county, jack, Mohawk, jr. 6 years old, 10. W. C. Davis, Dayton, jack, Castilian, 2 years old. 11. do do Mammoth 1 do.

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do do jennet, Kate, 3 do. 13. Jesse Parsons, Alexandersville, jack, Bob, 1 year.

14. W. H. Polk, Reeseville, Clinton county, jack, Young California, 6 years old

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Henry Clinton, 2 years old. do jennet, Bourbon, 10 years old.

" Jenny Pierce, 7 years old.

.." Highland Bell, 6 years old. do “ Clinton Bell 15 months old. Clinton Tip, 11 months old.

3 months old. do do mule, Celia, 4 months old. 23. Dr. Edward Meek, Cincinnati, jack, Don Carlow, 34 years old. 24. do do Sebastian, 24 years old. 25. Lewis Clegit, Xenia, jack, knight of Malta, 8 years old. 26. do do jennet, 3 years old.. 27. do do m ule, 1 year old. 28. John Kenny, South Charleston, Clark county, jack, Sampson, 4 years old. 29. - do do do

Hector, 3 years old. 30. Wm. Palmer, Bloomington, pair mules, aged.

The committee submitted no report, but made the following awards :

JACKS AND MULES. Best jack, 3 years old and over, Lewis Clegit, Xenia .................... $25 • 2 « David Meek, () wensville, ...

...... 15 5 i " do do Best jennet, 3 years old do do ..... Best pair of mules, William Palmer, Bloomington..... Best mule, 3 years, George Ivins, Fremont................

• 1 year, Lewis Clegit, Xenia.. Best pair of mules, 1 year and over, Emanuel Hawker, Dayton.... ...... 2d best jack, 3 years, Chas. Fullington, Milford Centre ............commended. " " 2 years, W. C. Davis.....................

1 year do ......... • jennet, 2 years, Lewis Clegit......

pair of mules, 3 years, Wm. Stansell .......

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SAXONS, ETC. There were fourteen entries in this class, comprising forty-five animals, all entered by John Singer, H. J. Starr, and C. M. Karr:

The following are the awards and report of the committee : Best buck, 2 years and over, C. M. Karr, Cary ........

...... $20 2d best “ " " John Singer, New Athens .............. Best " under 2 years, H. J. Starr, Cary...................... 2d best “ " John Singer, New Athens ................. Best pen of 5 ewes, 2 years, H. J. Starr, Cary ..., 2d best " " John Singer, New Athens.... Best pen of 5 ewes, under 2 years, John Singer, New Athens ... 2d best " " " C, M. Karr, Cary .................. 10 Best pen of 5 lambs, H. J. Starr, Cary .... 2d best" John Singer, New Athens...

....... 15 Best fleece Saxony wool, G. W. Pollock, Gratiot................ ..... 2

The committee on Saxony sheep report that all the entries in that class were quite creditable. There was a sufficient number to cover all the premium list, but not so many of the best flocks represented as is desirable to make it interesting to the examining committee, or as might have been expected from so fine a wool-growing State as Ohio; or as the importance of the business, or the best interest of the State demand.

Very respectfully yours,

JACOB T. PUGSLEY.

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MERINOS AND GRADES. In this class of Marinos and Grades were 45 entries, comprising 142 animals. The following are the awards:

W. Eagleson, Cold Springļ Divided ....... ....... $20 Best buck, 2 years, J. Stooltire, Hebron ..... 2d best « I. T. Fulton, Sidney....... Best buck, under 2 years, W. N. Chamberlain, Vienna X Roads......... 2d best “ “ E. N. Bissell, Shoreham, Vt.................. Best pen of 5 ewes 2 years, W. N. Chamberlain, Vienna X Roads........ 2d best " " W. Eagleson, Cold Spring .................. Best om under 2 years, W. N. Chamberlain, Vienna X Roads.. 2d best "

" J. T. Fulton, Sidney ........ Best pen of 5 lambs, W. N. Chamberlain, Vienna X Roads ..... 2d best " " J. Stoolfire, Hebron ........ Best fleece merino wool, I. T. Fulton, Sidney .. ...... The committee made no report.

LONG WOOL SHEEP. In this class there were 67 entries, comprising 154 animals. The following is the awards and report of the committee :

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Best buck, 2 years old and over, Samuel Toms, Elyria ................. $20 2d best " " " Thomas Aston, “ ................. Best buck under 2 years, Thomas Aston, Elyria ....... ....... 2d best buck “ Brodie, Campbell & Co., Rural Hill, N. Y .... Best pen of 5 ewes, 2 years old, Thomas Aston, Elyria ................. 2d best " " " William Squires................. Best " " under 2 years, Thomas Aston, Elyria ..... 2d best" " " Brodie, Campbell & Co........... Best pen of 5 lambs, Thomas Aston, Elyria ...... 2d best « " John Chamberlain, Avon.......

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CASHMERE GOATS. Best buck, 2 years and over, G. W. Ogden, Lexington, Ky .............. 21 best « « « S. S. Williams, Granville.................. 10 Best ewe, " " " " ........... 2d best " " " G. W. Ogden, Lexington, Ky.............. 10 Flock of Cashmere goats,

Commended. We, the undersigned committee on long wooled sheep, find 49 entries in this class, there being 14 bucks over 2 years, many of them very fine. We award the first premium to No. 54, thinking that he combines more weight, style, and constitution. The second, we award to No. 30, several others being almost equally good.

In bucks, over one year, we award the first premium to No. 36, and the second to No. 45, there being nine entries in this class. On ewes over two years, we award the first premium to No. 32, and the second to No. 7, there being other pens almost equally fine. There were fifty sheep in this class.

Of ewes, under 2 years, there were seven entries. We award the first pre. mium to No. 33, and the second to No. 26.

We find seven entries of lambs. We award the first premium to No. 34, and the second to No. 51.

Our opinion is that there was an extraordinary fine show of this class of sheep, and in grown bucks, ewes and lambs, we found it very hard to decide to which we should award the premiums. Which report is respectfully submitted.

A. P. O'NEALL,
W. WILLIAMS,
N. L. CHAFFEE.

Committee.

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