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No. 125, F. F. Parker & Bro., Detroit, best harrov,...... $3 00
98, J. Newell, Ypsilanti, best corn cultivator, -.. 3 00 38, E. R. Benton, Cleveland, O. best bran duster,... Diploma. 39, Z. Sanders, Windsor, Vt., best horse rake,...... 2 00 61, D. O. & W. S. Pennfield, Detroit, discretionary. 94, seven scythes, B. B. & W. R. Noyes, Detroit, -... 2 00 88, D. O. & W. S. Pennfield, Detroit, best corn-cob crusher by horse power,
5 00 No. 89. R. B. Morris, Pontiac, best wheel cultivator, ... 5 00
108, D. O. & W. S. Pennfield, Detroit, thermometer churn, 2 00
2 00 No. 228, Cullen Brown, Detroit, best riding saddle, diploma and
3 00 No. 227, Cullen Brown, Detroit, best side saddle, diploma &
271, D. O. & W. S. Penfield, Detroit, best six milk pans, 2 00
40, Geo. Tibbets, Oakland Co., best corn stalk cutter,. 5 00
2 00 M. J. JAMES,
Chairman of Com.
FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY.
CLASSES III & IV.
Report of viewing committee: No. 1, Forbush improved mowing and reaping machine, not on the
ground. No. 15, J. P. Gillet, Sharon, Washtenaw county, corn-sheller,
a good article, works effectually and quickly,.. ... Diploma. No. 16, J. H. Manny, Waddams Grove, Illinois, a reaper and
znower combined, a good and durable article.
cellent, simple and convenient corn-sheller, works well,
- Diploma and $2 00
No. 27, Benj. Leas, Dayton, Ohio, corn-sheller, a superior
article for extensive work, best article of power shell-
Diploma and $2 00 No. 27. Benj. Leas, corn drill, an excellent article. 27,
wheat drill, H. W. Smith's patent.
drill, Signer and Shipton's patent, a good article.
O. copying press, railroad manifest do., letter copying
Medal. No. 20, E. A. Taft, Providence, R. I., four spring candle
sticks, an indispensable accompaniment to the sperm or
Diploma. No. 23, J. S. Snyder, Lancaster, Ohio, Fairfield Co. impro
ved saw-set for setting cross cut, mill and circular saws,
a first rate article.
saw mills, a good and effectual article for setting both
Diploma. No. 25, C. & P. Mellus, Detroit, circular, mill, cross cut,
hand, buck and wood saws, a collection of home-made
Medal. No. 29, bee hive, S. Rood, Pontiac,.
Diploma. 30, Collins & Co. Ithaca, N. Y., Aikin's patent sewing machine, a superior article, both in simplicity and workmanship, does its work well and with great rapidity, and capable of making its stitches of any required length and with unerring precision, its seams are any line, angle or curve, and upon any required fashion of the largest garment,
No. 32, Ladue & Eldred, Detroit, a steam engine in opera
tion at their tannery, a rare specimen of engineering tal-
.Medal. No. No. 33, A. A. Wilder, of Detroit, Wilder's improved
planing machine. This is one of the most important ma-
the very little liability to get out of order,... Medal & Diploma. No. 34, John S. Wright, Chicago, Ill., Atkins r'eaper and au
tomaton raker, a good machine, and in the hands of care-
Diploma and 85 00 No. 36, J. L. Gill, Columbus, Ohio, bark mill, an excellent
article in its line, and worthy of the Society's. in.... Medal. No. 37, Johnston, Wayne & Co., Detroit, two high pressure
steam engines, well made of good material, strong and
Diploma and Medal. No. 41, Emery & Co., Albany, N. Y., two-horse railroad
horse power, for general purposes, works easy and will
.Diploma and 5 00 No. 42, Emery & Co., one borse railroad horse power, for general purposes, best exhibited,
5 00 N. 44, Emery & Co., one circular saw mill. 45,
cross cut saw mill. Nos. 44 and 45, are good articles and worthy extensive use, ........ Diploma. No. 66, D. O. & W. 8. Penfield, Detroit, vegetable cutter, a very good article, worthy extensive use,
Nos. 67 and 68, Messrs. Penfield, sausage meat cutter and
sausage stuffer, very fine articles, work well and qnick. No. 94, C. H. Bennet, Plymouth, one cider mill, a very fine portable article, works well,..
Diploma. No. 95, Emery & Co., one thrasher and separator, an excellent article,..
Medal. No. 99, T. A. Haviland, Ann Arbor, wheat drill, the best exhibited, ...
$3 00 No. 100, Groynnes & Sheffield, Urbana, Ohio, stave cutter
and jointer combined; judging from the model of the
Medal. No. 102, George T. Cline, Detroit, corn planter and cultiva
tor combined, a good article for extensive farming, - .... Trans. No. 103, B. G. Stowell, Waddams Grove, Stevenson Co.,
Ill., corn planter, power machine, best on the ground, Diploma. No. 104, B. G. Stowell, self-loading dumping cart, a very
useful and convenient article for heavy grading purpo.
Diploma No. 107, R. W. Van Fossen, Detroit, Hussey's grain reaper,
a strong, simple and well made machine, ... Diploma No. 115, D. O. & W. S. Penfield, Detroit, Woodward's pat
ent seed planter, with apparatus for depositing plaster,
Diploma No. 116, New York reaper, Messrs. Pennfield & Co., manu
factured by Seymour, Morgan & Co., a good article, . Diploma. No. 118, F. F. Parker & Brother, railroad horse power, a very good article,...
Diploma. No. 119, one threshing machine.
120, 1 threshing machine with winpower, a good article. No. 121, two seed-planters, very good.
123, three corn shellers, hand power, very good articles.
No. 144, N. A. Prudden, Ann Arbor, one pounding barrel
for clothes, a very nice specimen of cooperage, - - ... Diploma. No. 150, Emery & Co.. Albany, N. Y., seed planter, very good, ...
Trans. No. 152, John E. Kitton, St. Clair, siding and flooring ma
chine, Richie's patent. This is an excellent machine,
..Diploma and Medal. No. 114, Francis Van Doren, Adrian, patent seed drill, cul
tivator and broad-cast sower, a superior article, ...... Diploma. No. 64, J. W. & L. L. Lawrence, Dublin, Wayne county,
Ind., washing machine, a very useful article in a family,
. Medal. No. 66, J. P. Corwin & Co., Seneca Falls, N. Y., two garden
engines, should be in every yard and garden, ... Medal. No. 142, Chas. Crossman, Detroit, electro magnetic machine,
for medical use, a very fine article, equal if not superi-
Medal. Nos. 152 and 1527, Dr. E. Rice, Detroit, circular saw arbor
and a hand drilling machine, excellent articles in their
Medal. In concluding our labors, your committee would say, that in consequence of the large amount of work required of us in so short a time, we have not been able to bestow so much attention upon many of the articles as we deem them worthy of, and would suggest the appointment of larger committees, that they may sub-divide the work, and thereby give more attention and better satisfaction to exhibitors.
JOHN D. PIERCE,
PLOWS AND PLOWING.
The committee on plows and plowing, make the following report:
Five horse teams are entered to compete for premiums in the plowing match, also one horse team not on the books; name of the plow