Huntsville Independent
Huntsville Independent
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Description: After the Fair - List of Premiums Awarded

Date: October 21 1886

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Madison County, AL Library

Page/Column: Page 3, Column 4

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AFTER THE FAIR
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A Grand Success in Every Respect
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A List of Premiums in Each Department
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The attendance at the Fair was larger than it has been in six years. The financial result is more gratifying than it has been for the same length of time. The display in the Agricultural Department was better than ever before. We have done our best to get a list of premiums awarded since our last issue, with the following result:
THIRD DAY
Best Roadster of light harness gelding or mare, 5 years or over, prem. to C. H. Halsey’s Barnie, cer. to T. A. Boyd’s Tom Williams.
Best saddle stock, stallion, 4 years or over, prem. to S. F. Leatherwood, cer. to W. F. Garth’s Rockdale.
Best stallion, 3 yrs. or over, prem. to J. F. Britton’s Marshall Beauty, cer. to C. J. Hopper.
Best 2 yrs., do, prem. to Ben Beard’s Keenan, cer. to J. R. Carr_l’s Idol.
Best 1 yr., do, prem. to R. T. Lawler’s Robinn.
Best suckling, prem. to George Ragland’s John.
Best mare, 4 yrs. and over, prem. to T. B. Leslie’s Mollie Monday (a beautiful animal) cer. to J. N. Hull’s May Bird.
Best three yrs, do, prem. to J. N. Hull’s entry, cer. to W. F. Garth’s Juanita.
Best 2 yrs, do, prem to George Ragland’s entry.
Best suckling, do, prem. to Thos. Vaughan’s entry.
Best gelding 4 yrs. and over, prem. to A. D. Rodger’s H. W. Beecher, cer. to J. D. Biddle’s Bay Charlie.
Best 2 yrs., do, prem. to W. F. Holland’s Brooks, cer. to R. Chapman’s Koko.
Pacing race—E. F. Geets’s Ben. S__r won first money; Lem Neill’s Rattler Brooks 2nd money. Best time 2 26 ¼.
Half mile dash, Parker 1st, Musgrove second.
Half mile heats, Bullion first, Red Jim 2nd.
SWINE
Best boar, 2 years and over any breed, prem. to J. P. Hampton.
Best boar, under 6 mos., prem. to. James H. Bone’s Duns Jersey.
Best breeding sow, 2 yrs. and over, prem. to J. W. Street’s Poland China.
Best do 1 yr. and over, prem. to J. W. Street’s Poland China.
Best 6 mos. Do., prem. to J. W. Street’s Poland China.
Best boar of any age and breed, sweepstakes, prem. to J. P. Hampton.
Best sow do, prem., to J. W. Street.
CATTLE
Best Jersey bull 3 yrs. and over subject to registration, prem. to W. E. Matthews; cer to S. H. Moore.
Best 2 yrs. do. prem. to Dr. C. A. Robinson.
Best 1 yr. do., prem. to Dr. C. E. Blanton’s entry, cer. to W. E. Matthews.
Best bull calf, prem. to A. H. Jones’s entry, cer. to W. R. Rison.
Best aged cow, prem. to Matthews & Moore’s Miss Julia; cer. to W. F. Baldridge’s Artiste Violet.
Best 2 yr. old do., prem. to Matthews & Moore’s entry.
Best heifer 1 yr. old, prem. to W. E. Matthew’s Little Goldy.
Best calf under 1 yr. prem. to S.L. Whitten’s Lois Rex, cer. to S. L. Whitten’s Jennie Wilcox.
Best thoroughbred herd (5 in herd) prem. to W. E. Matthew’s herd, headed by Little Harry, cer. to S. H. Moore’s herd headed by Hilerius.
Best aged Devon bull, prem. to H. P. Turner’s Iago.
Best bull calf, prem. to W. F. Garth’s Todd Hardon.
Best Devon cow, prem. to W. F. Garth’s entry.
Best 2 yrs. old do, prem. to W. F. Garth’s entry.
Best 1 yr. old do., prem. to W. F. Garth’s entry.
Best under 1 yr. do., prem. to H. P. Turner’s entry.
Best Devon herd, prem. to W. F. Garth.
Best Holstein bull calf; also Holstein heifer 1 yr. old; also Holstein heifer calf; also Holstein herd; premiums to W. B. Clark & Co., of Goodlettsville, Tenn.
FOURTH DAY
Harness Stock; best 4 yrs. stallion, prem. to J. S. Johnson’s Telephone, cert. to T. Barnett’s Orphan Bay.
Best Stallion, 2 yrs. old, prem. to Nathan Boone’s Sam Saul.
Best 1 yr. old do. Prem. to Crokett Lanier’s entry, cert. to H. T. Taylor’s entry.
Best Suckling, do. Prem to J. W. Wilson’s Allwood.
Best harness gelding, 4 yrs. or over prem. to C. H. Halsey’s, Barney, cert. to A. J. McK_nmia’s Joe S__.
Best 3 yrs. do. Prem, to W. _ Sherrod’s Gambetta, cert to J. F. Britton’s entry.
Best harness mare 4 yrs. or over, prem. to J. S. Johnson’s Daisy, cert. to W. T. Holland’s Maud.
Best do., 3 yrs. old, prem. to J. F. Matthews’s L_ry Beirne.
Best 2 yrs do., prem. to J. M. Wilson’s entry, cert. to John Jordan’s Ollivette.
Best 1 yr. old do., prem. to J. S. Johnson’s Mary M. cert. to Jno. Jordan’s Nettie Moore.
Best Suckling do. Prem. to J. A. Paul’s entry cert. to W. F Garth’s Vanity.
Best poney in harness, prem. to R. B. Mason’s Bishop.
Best pair of ponies, under 40 inches prem. to R. B. Mason’s Bishop and Fancy.
Best horsemanship, among tots of 15 years and under, prem. to Shelby Fletcher.
Scotland pony race—200 yds. prem. to N. S. Marks’s Sparrow.
Running race half mile heats, won by Chasteau, Musgrove getting 2nd money.
Fred Neal won the trotting race, Louise Monds 2nd, best time 2:18 ½.

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FIFTH DAY
Best harness stock family mare or gelding, prem. to J. D. Biddle’s Gray Charlie.
Best combined harness and Saddle animal, of any age, prem. to W. M. Paul’s Minnie Burns, cert. to J. D. Biddle’s entry.
Best model horse, mare or gelding to be shown in any way, prem. to J. M. Wilson’s Laura F., cert. to J. S. Johnson’s entry.
Best draft horses, stallion 4 yrs. or over. Prem. to J. B. White’s Tap Norman.
Best Shetland Pony, stallion of any age, prem. to R. B. Mason’s Bishop.
Best mare, do., prem. to J. Gilchrist’s N__.
Best equestrian 10 yrs. and upward, prem. to Irwine Patton.
Special premium of Farmers’ Home Journal, for best equestrian won by W. Matthews.
Fastest Alabama Owned Trotting horse, mare of gelding, mile heats Bone setter (property of L. W. Steele of Huntsville), 1 1 Forest king (property of G. M. Garth of Courtland) 2 2. Time 2:54, 2:57.
Special running race ½ mile dash won by R. B. Mason’s Minnie B.
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
Tobacco in hand, prem. to W. B. Robinson.
Tobacco in twist, prem. to J. A. Watkins.
Timothy Seed, prem. to H. Voekel.
Millet see, 1st prem. to W. B. Baldridge, 2nd prem. to Jas. A. Watkins.
Clover see, 1st prem. to J. Paul, 2nd prem. to G. I. Motz.
Irish Potatoes, 1st prem. to W. I. Newman, 2nd prem. to W. P. Newman, 3rd prem. to J. W. W__, 4th prem. to _ Haner.
Sweet Potatoes, 1st prem. to W. P. Newman, 2nd prem. to W. P. Newman, 3rd prem. to W. H. McLane, 4th prem. to W. P. Newman.
Turnips, 1st prem. to J. L. McCracken, 2nd prem. to V. Wilson, 3rd prem. to G. W. Hunt, 4th prem. to C. Haner.
Parsnips, 1st prem. to V. Wilson, 2nd prem. to I. Laughinghouse.
Pumpkins, 1st prem. to Thomas B. Hopkins, 2nd prem. to Thos. B. Hopkins.
Beans, 1st prem. to M. Carr, Jr., 2nd prem. to H. Voekel.
Onions, 1st prem. to H. Voekel, 2nd prem. to Mrs. M. Neely.
Squash, 1st prem. to Sam. H. Moore.
Display of Vegetables, 1st prem. to I. Laughinghouse, 2nd prem. to P. Foxhall, 3rd prem. to C. C. White.
Collection of Garden Seed, 1st prem. to Mr. H. McDonald, 2nd prem. to Mrs. W. I. K__dy.
Carrots, 1st prem. to Geo. Gunnell, 2nd prem. to Laura Gunnell.
Mint, 1st prem. to Orgen H__, 2nd prem. to V. Wilson, 3rd prem. to Joseph Thompson.
Field Peas, 1st prem. to W. E. Matthews, 2nd prem. to M. Carr, 3rd prem. to Drew Davis.
White Corn, 1st prem. to H. F. Taylor; 2nd prem. to A. B. Trewhitt, 3rd prem. to Jas. A. Watkins, 4th prem. to W. T. Johnson, 5th prem. to A. F. Steel, 6th prem. to J. W. Cooley, 7th prem. to C. A. Robinson.
Yellow Corn, 1st prem. to J. A. Paul, 2nd prem. to C. A. Robinson, 3rd prem. to Mrs. M. S. Tardy, 4th prem. to H. P. Turner, 5th prem. to John Lanier.
Fancy Corn, prem. to A. B. Trewhitt.
Six stalks corn, prem. to Walter O__y.
Spring Oats, 1st prem. to C. A. Robinson, 2nd prem. to W. E. Matthews, 3rd pre. To G. McLaughlin, 4th prem. to A. B. Trewhitt.
Rye, 1st prem. to C. Haner, 2nd prem. to W. E. Matthews.
White Wheat, 1st prem. to F. W. Nicholson, 2nd prem. to G. I. Motz, 3rd prem. to J. B. Anderson, 5th prem. to W. C. Irwin, 6th prem. to H. P. Turner, 7th prem. to C. Haner.
Red Wheat, 1st prem. to Thos. B. Hopkins, 2nd prem. to J. E. Kelley, 3rd prem. to W. C. Irwin, 4th prem. to Jas. A. Watkins.
Best bale of Cotton, prem. to D. R. Woodall.
Best three stalks of cotton, prem. to Wm. Turner.
Bale of Timothy Hay, 1st prem. to W. E. Matthews, 2nd prem. to Jas. C. Steele, 3rd prem. to F. M. Bennett, 4th prem. to Jas. A. Paul, 5th prem. to J. _. Jordon.
Bale of Clover Hay, 1st prem. to Steele & Bennett, 2nd prem. to A. F. Steele, 3rd prem. to S. L. Whitten, 4th prem. to W. T. Johnson.
Bale Millet Hay, prem. to V. Wilson.
Mixed Hay, 1st prem. to S. W. Harris, 2nd prem. to J. C. Steele.
Bale Red top of Herds Grass Hay, prem. to W. E. Matthews.

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Peanuts, 1st prem. to Clinton Anderson, 2nd prem. to C. Haner.
Water Melon, prem. to F. McLaughlin.
BLOODED DOGS
Finest and best setter dog, prem. to O. H. Paton.
Finest and best pointer dog, prem. to Richard H. Lowe.
Finest and best fox hound, prem. to J. H. ____ll_n_’s Ruby.
Finest and best pair of fox hounds, prem. to George Gunnell’s Rex and Rain.
FLORAL HALL
Best Afghans in Crochet, prem. to Mrs. Wm. Richardson.
Best Afghans in embroidery, prem. to Mrs. O. B. [H.?]Patton.
Best Basket, straw or another material, homemade, prem. to Miss Lucy Owen.
Best Banner for wall in Kensington, hand or insta_at_tch, prem. to Miss Irma Ridley.
Best child’s dress, handmade, prem. to Mrs. J. O. Stanage, cer. to Mrs. J. P. Daniel.
Best counterpane of wool, homemade, prem. to Mrs. Scott.
Best crochet infant sacque, prem. to Miss Lillian Tardy.
Best crochet trimming and largest variety, home made prem. to Miss Emma Thompson, cer. to Mrs. Shelton.
Crochet hood, handmade, prem. to Mrs. J. P. Daniel.
Cushion for sofa, Arrasene and Ribbon or Plush, homemade, prem. to Miss Phillippa McDonnell.
Cushion for sofa, crazy patch work, prem. to Mrs. S. E. Long.
Cushion for sofa embroidered, prem. to Mrs. P. D. Munson.
Pin cushion in hand pointing, prem. to Mrs. H. C. Speake.
Pin cushion in tufted work, prem. to Miss Irma Ridley.
Best drawn work, prem. to Mrs. J. W. Swasey.
Drawn work in mats, handkerchiefs or curtains, prem. to Mrs. A. B. Ring.
Embroidery in cotton, prem. to Ms. C. M. Burton.
Embroidery in worsted, prem. to Miss Fanny Cabaniss.
Embroidery in chenille, prem. to Mrs. C. M. Fennell.
Embroidery in Arrasene and Ribbon, prem. to Mrs. Willis Garth.
Embroidery in any novel style, prem. to Miss Sunie White.
Embroidery on flannel skirt in silk, prem. to Mrs. R. M. Troy.
Handsewing plain, prem. to Mrs. H. Donegan, cer. to Mrs. J. O. Stanage.
Embroidered handkerchief, prem. to Mrs. Shelton.
Knitted trimming, homemade, prem. to Miss Fanny Cabanas.
Knitted mittons or mits, homemade, perm. To Mrs. M. A. Collins.
Knitted socks or stockings, homemade, prem. to Mrs. W. VanValkenburgh.
Knitted stocking, prem. to Mrs. J. M. Jones.
Shawl or comfort, homemade, prem. to Mrs. J. Mastin.
Sewing Machine, Domestic, M. R. Murray.
Lambrequin for Mantel crochet or knitted, prem. to Mrs. John Bradley.
Lace handkerchief of point-lace braid, prem. to Mrs. B. F. Ludwig.
Mats for table, set of six, crochet cotton, prem. to Miss Jennie Sprague.
Mats for toilet, made of paper, set of three, prem. to Mrs. Shelton.
Best needle work, prem. to Miss Emma Thompson.
Ordine work in silk, prem. to Mrs. J. E. Miller.
Calico patch work, prem. to Mrs. N. P. Clark.
Patch work, worsted, prem. to Miss Carrie Robinson.
Patch work, silk or velvet, prem. to Mrs. M. N. Laughinghouse.
Pillow shams, drawn work, prem. to Miss Lila Warwick.
Pillow shams embroidered, Mrs. Shelton.
Pillow shams braided, Miss Lucy Spellman.
Pillow shams painted, prem. to Mrs. P. L. Harrison.
Piano cover, painted, prem. to Mrs. E. J. Russel.
Quilts, __i_, prem. to Mrs. H. Voekel.
Quilts, worsted, prem. to Mrs. M. _. Spellman.
Quilts, silk or velvet, prem. to Mrs. C. N. Hakey, cert. to Mrs. Wm. Richardson.
Quilts, crazy patch work, prem. to Mrs. Lucy Spillman, cer. to Miss Lucy Landman.
Rag work, fancy, prem. to Mrs. D. R. Carr.
Rug, tufted work, prem. to Miss Lula Harris.
Rug knitted work, prem. to Mrs. D. R. Carr.
Bustle work, prem. Mrs. H. McDonnell.
Scroll work, bracket, homemade, prem. to Mrs. J. Watkins.

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