CUMBERLAND COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY FAIR 1870
List of Premiums Awarded as Published in the Cumberland Democrat


David Judson, best cow, 4 years old, four dollars
William Morris, bull, 3 years old and over, three dollars
David Judson, best bull any age or breed, five dollars & best heifer, one year old one dollar
William Lloyd, 5 colts from 1 horse, four dollars
John Worman, best stallion for all purpose, five dollars
George Titus, best one-year of filly, one dollar
A.D. Neal, best spring horse colt, one dollar & best breed mare four years old, four dollars
Lewis Brookhart, best gelding for all purpose, three dollars
William Neal, best filly, three years old, one dollar
S.P. Reed, best filly two years old, two dollars
Hebon Sherman, best stallion two years old, two dollars
Randall Haddock, best filly one year old, one dollar
Charley Titus, best mare for all purposes, three dollars
P.F. Perry, best span draft horses, five dollars & best single draft horse, three dollars
Z.W. Davee, best draft stallion, five dollars
David Judson, best trotting horse,... & best single buggy horse,....
Henry Dobbins, best pacing horse, five dollars
James King, best span carriage horses, five dollars
Wiley Ross, best matching horses, five dollars
G.W. Davee, best saddle horse, four dollars
William Morris, best mule colt, one dollar
Henry Dobbins, best Jennie, three dollars
Levi Brewer, best work mules, four dollars
Newton Ward, best mule two years old, two dollars
James Vandyke, best boar under on year old, two dollars
William Grissamore, best boar over one year old, four dollars
William Morris, best sow and pigs, four dollars
David Judson, best long woolen buck and ewe, four dollars & for best black Spanish chickens, fifty cents
T. Hedden, best Tennessee game chickens, fifty cents
Levi Brewer, best pair geese, fifty cents
Martin Price, best pair turkies, fifty cents
Robert Ray, best pair ducks, fifty cents
John Vandyke, best buggy, two dollars
James King, best double carriage, three dollars & for best double harness, one dollar
S.H. Nesbut, 5 premiums: best draft harness, two dollars; best men's saddle, one dollar; best ladies saddle, one dollar;
best harness bridle, fifty cents and for the best riding bridles, fifty cents
Frederick Baichley, best brooms, one dollar
William Morris, best bee hive, one dollar
Fred Baichley, best timothy seed, one dollar
Marion Flake, best Irish potatoes, fifty cents; Best corn in ear, fifty cents
William Miller, best wheat, one dollar & best oats, fifty cents
Mrs. Sturts, best pair woolen stockings, fifty cents
Mrs. J.H. Green, best yarn coverlet, one dollar
Mrs. J.H. Morgan, best rag carpet, one dollar
Mrs. Abram Bolp?, four premiums: best white corner panel, one dollar; best five yard lindsay, one dollar;
best pair blankets, fifty cents & best pair linen socks, fifty cents
Mrs. Henry Rhoads, best pair stocking, fifty cents
Mrs. Elizabeth Snider, best pair woolen coverlets, one dollar
Mrs. Margaret Mumford, best infant's embroidered dress, fifty cents
Mrs. Struts, best cotton patch quilt, one dollar
Miss Lola Norfolk, best specimen bead work, fifty cents
Mrs. Elizabeth Snider, best cotton fancy quilt, on dollar
Mrs. Eliza Brewer, six premiums; best plain needle work, fifty cents; best ornamental needle work, fifty cents;
best crotchet work, fifty cents; best lamp mat, fifty cents; best chair cushion, fifty cents; and best beaded needle work, fifty cents
Mrs. Robert Gray, best work box, fifty cents
New Newinter, best scrap quilt, one dollar
Mrs. Lydia Swickard, best cotton patch quilt, one dollar
Mrs. Margaret Mumford, best specimen photograph, fifty cents and best corn starch cake, fifty cents
Mrs. Elizabeth Snider, best wheat bread, fifty cents
Mrs. William Morris, best pound cake, fifty cents and best golden cake, fifty cents
Mrs. Margaret Mumford, best currant jelly, fifty cents; best peach jelly, fifty cents; best green grape jelly, fifty cents
Mrs. J. H. Morgan, best canned cherries, fifty cents and best canned peaches, fifty cents
Mrs. John Vandyke, best grape preserves, fifty cents
Mrs. John Vandyke, best cherry jelly, fifty cents and best plum preserves, fifty cents
Mrs. Marion Flake, best honey, fifty cents
Mrs. Henry Rhoads, six premiums: best plum butter, fifty cents; best peach preserves, fifty cents; best pear preserves, fifty cents;
 best quince preserves, fifty cents; best gooseberry jelly, fifty cents and best plum jelly, fifty cents
Mrs. William Morris, fourteen premiums: (but I only counted twelve)  best spiced peaches, fifty cents; best peach preserves, fifty cents;
best apple preserves, fifty cents; best tomato preserves, fifty cents; best watermelon preserves, fifty cents; best grape jelly, fifty cents;
best plum jelly, fifty cents; best cherry jelly, fifty cents; best apple jelly, fifty cents; best apple butter, fifty cents,
best peach butter, fifty cents; best water peaches, fifty cents
Miss Maggie Mumford, best sorghum molasses, fifty cents & best cake cover, fifty cents
Mrs. Hannah, best flat boquet (bouquet?)....
Mrs. Belle Padrick, best round boquet (bouquet?)....
Mrs. David Seamon, best squashes, fifty cents, best citrons, fifty cents and best maple syrup, fifty cents
Mrs. William Grossamore, best variety apples, fifty cents
Mrs. William Morris, best butter, fifty cents and best pumpkins, fifty cents
Mrs. Hannah, best tomatoes, fifty cents
William Campbell, best sweet potatoes, fifty cents
Marion Flake, best beets, fifty cents

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