The following are the Premiums on Fruit and Flowers, awarded at the N. Y.State Fair. We are indebted to the Secretary for a correct list.

Flowers .PROFESSIONAL List

John Hewitt, gardener to Alfred Bridgeman, Astoria, best display of ent flowers, Silver Cup, value $10; J. W. Wood, Washington Heights, second best, Silver Medal.

Dahlias

M. Donadi, Astoria, L. I., best collection, $6; John Hewitt, gardener to Alfred Bridgeman, Astoria, second best, $8. M. Donadi, best 24 dissimilar blooms, 1st premium, $5; John Hewitt, gardener to A. Bridgeman, second premium, $8. J. W. Wood, Washington Heights, best 12 dissimilar blooms, $8. James Weir, Bay Ridge, L. L, beet American Seedling not before exhibited. Silver Medal.

Ibises

D. Boll, New York, greatest number of newest varieties, $8; M. Donadi, Astoria, L. L, second greatest number of newest varieties, $8. M. Donadi, newest and best 24 distinct varieties, with names, 85, M. Donadi, newest and best 12 varieties, with names, 38; James Weir, Bay Ridge, L. L, second best, $9.

Phloxes

D. Boll, New York, greatest number of newest and best varieties, $6.

Verbenas

John Dingwall, Albany, N. Y., greatest number of newest and best varieties, $0.

German Alters

Mlehael McGulnnes, Staten Island, best collection, Silver MedaL.

Discretionary

W. A. Burgess, Glenwood Nursery, L. L, four new dahlias, $5, da one seedling dahlia, $5. A. Bholtz, Mott Haven, seedling petunia *' Harmonla," Dip. John Hewitt, Astoria, beautiful basket boquet. Flower Garden Directory.

Flowers. Amnua List

Samuel Munn, Mott Haven, Westchester Co., best display cut flowers, Silver Medal; Mrs. William Newcomb, Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., second best, $2.

Dahlias

John Noble, gardener to George W. Thatcher, Sunny Side Place, Westchester Co., greatest number of newest and best varieties, $5; James Weir, Bay Ridge, L. L, second best, $8. James Weir, best 12 dissimilar blooms, with names, $8.

Roses

James Weir, Bay Ridge, L. I., best 12 varieties, with names, Silver Med.

Verbenas

Mn. James T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer Ca, greatest number of newest and best varieties, $5; Mrs. William Newcomb, Pittstown, Rensselaer Co, second best, $8. James Weir, Bay Ridge, L. I., best 12 distinct varieties, with names, 88; Mrs. James T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., second best, $2. Mrs. James T. Van Namee, Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., best 6 varieties, $2; Adolph Sholtz, gardener to Samuel Munn, Mott Haven, Westchester Co, second best, $1.

Phloxes

Mrs. William Newcomb, greatest number of best and newest varieties, $4, da best seedling, $1.

German Asters

Mrs. William Newcomb, best collection, |8; Mrs. J. T. Van Namee, second best, 92.

Pansies

Mrs. William Newcomb, best collection, $8; Mrs. James T. Yan Namee, second best, $2.

General List

A. P. Cummings, Wiliiamsburgh, best collection of house plants in pots, 20 different specimens, Silver Cup, value $10; Samuel Munn, Mott Haven, second best, $5. Thomas Hogg k. Bon, Yorkvflle, best 10 plants in pots, different varieties, $5; John Hewitt, gardener to Alfred Bridgeman, Astoria, second best, $8.

Floral Design Or Ornament

H. A. Greet; Brooklyn, best, $10; Mrs. Jas. T. Yan Namee, second best, $8. Boquets- W. & J. Parke, Brooklyn, best pair hand, $5; William Reid, 807 Broadway, N. Y., second best, $8. Jas.

Fruit. Professional List

Apples

J. W. BALLEY, Plattsburgh, greatest number of good varieties and specimens, Silver Cup, value $15. A. Frost & Co., Rochester, N. Y., beat 20 vartetiea and best grown, 8 specimens each, $10; Norman Crittenden, Ithaca, N.Y., second best, $5.

Pears

Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, greatest number of good varieties and beat specimens, Silver Cop, value, $15. Ellwanger & Barry, best 40 varieties, best specimens, 3 of each, Silver Plate, value $10; A. Frost, Rochester, second best, S5 Ellwanger & Barry, best 12 varieties and best specimens, 6 of each, $8. Ellwanger & Barry, best six varieties and best specimens, $5; Norman Crittenden, Ithaca, N. Y., second best, $8.

Quinces

Norman Crittenden, Ithaca, best 12, $8; A. Frost & Co., Rochester, second best, $2.

Peaches

John R. Wolsey, New York, best variety, 12 specimens, $2.

Plums

Ellwanger & Barry, Rochester, N. Y., greatest number of vartetiea, and beat grown specimens, $5.

Grapes

R. T. Underbill, Croton Point, N. Y., greatest number of good native varieties and beat grown spec*. mens, $5; W. A. Underbill, second best, $8. James Aitkin, Poughkeepsie, best one variety, $2. T. W. Ludlow, Jr., Yonkers, N. Y., greatest number of varieties, and best specimens of foreign, grown under glass, $10. T. W. Ludlow, Jr., best one variety, $3.

Watermelons

John Hope, Crogers Island, greatest number of varieties, and best specimens, $2.

Amateur List

Apples

N. & E.S. Hayward, Brighton, greatest number of good varieties, and best specimens, Silver Cup, varas,, $15. N. & E. S. Hayward, best twenty varieties, and best grown, plate $10; A. Fitch, New Salem, second best grown, $5. Job T. Whipple, Greenwich, seedling Apple," Strawberry, Elliott* Frail Book. James O. Miller, Jr., Montgomery, " Miller's Seedling," Elliott. E. R. Jones, Burnt HID, "Jones' seedling Apple," Dtp.

Pears

ELsha Dorr, Albany, best six varieties, best specimens, $5. Kirtland & McCulloch, Greenbush, best specimens of Virgalleu and Seckel Pears, Elliott's Fruit Book. W. F. Ingalla, Votney, Pears, Downing.

Peathes

H. G. Dickinson, Lyons, greatest number of varieties and best grown specimens correctly named, Silver plate, $5; E. Sherman, Crawford, second best, -$8. H. G. Dickinson, best one variety, 12 specimens, $2.

Plums

Elisha Dorr, Albany, greatest number of varieties, and best grown specimens, plate, value $5. Elisha Dorr, best six varieties, six specimens each, plate, value, $8. Elteha Dorr, best single variety, 12 specimens, $2.

Grapes

Theodore Fowler, East Fishklll, greatest number of good native varieties, and best grown specimens, $5; Isaac Merritt, Harts Village, second best, $8. Isaac Merritt, best single variety, $2.

Discretionary

A. P. Cummlngs, Williamsburgh, L. L, figs, Trans. Elisha Dorr, Albany, Wax Plum, a seedling, worthy of cultivation, Dip. and Trans. W. S. Carpenter, Rye, seedling Peach, "Carpenter's White," Trans. Dr. C. W. Grant, Iona, best ripened Catawba Grape, Trans. Isaac Merritt, Harts Village, best cluster Grape, foreign variety, Trans. Institute. Michael McGuinnes, Factoryvlue, Staten Island, Gooseberries of remarkable sice, BuisPs Flower Garden. Janes, Beebe & Co., 856 Broadway, N. Y., a display of beautiful bronze statuary and vases, Dip. and Silver Medal. William Hunter, for a display of fine wooden tabs, for plants, $3. Palmer & Longktng, 142 Chatham at, N. Y., for fine ornamental flower stands, $8. William A. Underhill, Croton Point, for superior Catawba Grapes, the best exhibited, but unfortunately not seen by the Judges, Silver Medal.

Foreign Fruit

Pears

Hovey & Co., Boston, Mass., for the greatest number of good varieties, and best specimens correctly named, two of each variety, Silver Cup, value, $15. Hovey & Co., best twenty varieties, best specimens, three of each, Silver plate, value, $10.

Grapes

E. W. Bull, by HoVey & Co., Boston, Mass., beat variety of good native Grapes, six bunches Concord Grape, ft. James Potter, Prinoeten, N. J., best specimens and greatest number of varieties of foreign Grapes, grown under glass, six bunches of each, $10. James Potter, by James Kane gardener, best single variety under glass, Black Hamburgh, $8.

Apples

L. S. Pennington, Whiteside Co., IB., greatest number of good varieties, and best specimens, at least three of each, Silver Cup, value, $10. L. 8. Pennington, 111., best 20 varieties, best grown and correctly named, $10.

Special

W. Antrobus Holweli, Quebec, C. W., Fruit gatherer, Silver Medal.

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