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Jtator Ulm Review
3\W JOBKSON, Editor and Proj.
Wednesday, September 23L, &8S2.
THESE EECEIVED PEEMIUMS
A. Complete list of theA-waT&s made at the
The Review publishes herewith a list
of the parties who were awarded prem
iums at the County Fair, together with
.the aames of the articles winning them.
The amount of premium can be ascer
taised by referring to the catalogue, cir
culated at the Fair.
Stallions: Percheron, Geo, Oroebner
Shine,, (G. Backer French Draught, Geo,i
Groebner /French Coach, Otto Schell.!
All first premium.
Celts.: iGrade, John Huelskamp first
and Henry Meyer second two-year-old,
C. Backesr ifirst and Aug. Backer, second
one-year-old, Carl Pingel.
Mares Gfcrada, Ed. Hensel, first: Brood
JP. Eritsche, .first .and second.
Draught Horses, Carl Pingel.
Cattle: Short Horn Bull, John Man
derfeld first Jersey bull, Henry Mueller
first Jersey cow, Theo. Crone, first Jerl
sey calf, John Fenske Jr., first grade
cow, Henry Mueller first and M. A.
Bingham second cow and calf, Henry
Mueller, first grade bull, Anton Sperl,
first grade calf, John Manderfeld first
Sheep: Grade buck, John Heymann
grade ewe, Wm. Hoffmann first andJohn
Swine: Poland China Boar, JohnHey
iiiann first and Anton Sperl second Ches
,ter White sow, Anton Sperl first.
Poultry: Bra2oru.a&, Carl Pingel first
.•and second Partridge Cochin, August
'Torno first and Jos. Ko-hler second
Plymouth Bocks, .Edwin Juni first and
E. G. Koch, second. Brown Leghorns,
J&uil Betke first and A.ug.Torno, second
White Leghorns, E. G. Koch, first and
John Stindt second Bantams, Chas.
Beiehme, first and second, Tolouse geese,
John Stindt, first Rouen ducks, John
Nenno first and Ge»«- Guggisberg, sec
ond Guinea fowls. John Geiger first
rabbits, .David Schuetz, Ole Otterholm,
Otto Seitzel and Norman. Lind.
Grain: Hard Wheat, Geo. Schneider
first, And H, L.Runk second Soft "Wheat
A/W.Hoffmeister first and Herman Pfaen
der second buckwheat H. L. Bunk rye,
H. L. Bunk white oats, Geo. Guggis
berg first and Herman Pfaender second
Yellow dent corn, Carl Nagel first and
Anton Manderfeld second White dent
corn, S. A, George first and second white
feed corn, John Mielke, first yeliow feed
corn, Gustave Wendler, first and John
Schlumpberger second sweet corn M.
Eckert first and Anton Manderfeld sec
ond pop corn, Anton Manderi'old first
and M. Eckert second flaxseed, F.Gug
gisberg first navy beans, M. Eckert first
and Susan Manderfeld second.
Dairy products: Butter, Susan Man
derfeld first and Clara Manderfeld, sec
ond cheese, Gottlieb Guggisberg, first
honey, E.Bethke first and Mrs.JohnMach
second Yinegar N. U. Vinegar Works
ail prizes: current wine, Mrs. Wm,
Ruemke first red wine, H. L. Runk first
and Peter Mach second.
Jellies: Apple, Ida Heers first and
Mrs. C. W. H. Heideman second cur
rant, Mrs. John Mach first and Ida Heers
second raspberry, Ida Heers first and
Mrs. Mach second grape, Ida Heers first
and Mrs. John Mach second plum, Mrs.
John Mach first and Ida Heers second
canned raspberries, Mrs. C. W. H. Heide
man, first and Ida Heers second canned
gooseberries, Ida Heers first and Mrs.
Mach second canned plums, Ida Heers
first and second pickles, Mrs. H. Keller
first and second syrup, Johu Mander
Vegetables: Sugar beets, Anton Man
derfeld first and J.Q.A. Current, second
blood beets, E. Bethke first and E.
Small second mangol, Anton Mander
feld first and Susan Manderfeld second
carrots, Henry Biinkman first and G.
"Wendler second turnips,Anton Mander
feld first and E. Small second vegetable
oysters, C. Bach, first ruta baga, Anton
Manderfeld first and Susan Manderfeld
second tomatoes, E. Bethke first and
Anton Manderfeld second onions, V.
Klaus first and SusanManderfeld second
kohlrabi, Susan Manderfeld first and J.
Bluehm second celery turnip, John
Stindt first and E. Bethke second: celery
stalk, John Stindt first and F. Diepolder
second potatoes, John Huelskamp first,
and E. Bethke second radish, E.Bethke
first and John Huelskamp second hub
baTd squash, John Manderfeld first and
Susan Manderfeld second large squash
Herman Berberich first and Geo. Graff
second watermelon, Anton Manderfeld
first and Susan Manderfeld second musk
melon, G. Wendler first and John Stindt
second pumpkin,'Carl Nagel first and
Caroline Grau second white cabbage
and also red cabbage, John Stindt first
and E. Bethke second tobacco, Adolph
Mueller first and G. Wendler second col-
lection of onions, E. Bethke first and J. I
Stindt collection of tomatoes, Anton
Manderfeld first and John Stindt second
cauliflower, M. Lohrenz first: pepper, E.
Bethke first and A. Manderfeld second
leek, G. Wendler first and John Stindt
Second parsnips, Ben Juni, first cu_
cumbers, John Stindt first and
second beans, E. Small irrst .nd Anton
Manderfeld second. "*'T,£A~'\
ry Mueller OldeDburg, G. Guggisberg
and Eckert Haas, Eck-ert and
Herman Berberich Hyslop, KenryMuel
ler and Peter Mach Transcerulant, Geo.
Guggisberg and Mrs. E. C. Eihnke Or
ange, Henry Hoffmann Siberian, G.
Guggifaberg Artie, Henry Mueller and
Anton Ochs: Brier's Sweet, L. Runk
Whitney No. 20, Henry Mueller and H.
Hoffmann Minnesota, John Manderfeld
and Aug. Meier. Where only oEe name
is mentioned first premium isjjintended.
Where two appear the first mentioned
reeeiv.es the first award.
Plums: Weaver, E. Bethke Forest
Garden, H. Elnu'dson.
Grapes: Concord, B. Juni and H. L.
Runk Delaware, Geo. Schneider andB.
Juni Clinton, C. W. H. Heidemann and
P. Mach Moore's Early, Heidemanj El
mira,F.Diepolder and B.Juni, Champion,
H. L. Ruak and B. Juni Burgundy, H.
L. Runk Rogers, F. Diepolder and Geo.
Schneider Rocklington, Heideman Lady
John Manderfeld and Heideman. War
den, Heideman Wild Black, Adolph
Mueller and V. Klaus Wild White, An
'ton Manderfeld and Adolph Mueller col
Collections Apples, Henry Mueller
Wild fruits, Eckert.
Flowers: Boquet of Annuals, C. Bach
first and second cut flowers, Wm. Hoff
man aod C. Bach wild flowers, Clara
Manderfeld and Carolina Grau astors,
C. Bach and H. Hempel pinks, C. Bach,
first and second roses, Heideman dah
lias, M. Eckert and Clara Manderfeld
pansies, C. Bach and Henrietta Hempel
specimen plant, C. Bach boquet of
grasses, Herta Heers.
Paintings: Figure, A. Schwendinger,
first and second landscape, Mrs. McKit
trickjfirst and second portrait,A.Schwen-
dinger, first and second animal, Mrs.
McKlttric'k still life, Schwendinger first
and second flowers, Miss Seherer and
Mrs. Albert Seiter pencil drawing, Til
ly Walthers crayon, Schwendinger first
Miscellany: Willow-ware, G. Eiser
beck insects, P. Heers.
Hand sewing, Anna Langmach hand
sewing, Lena Ruemke and Amelia Dietz
crochet work, Lena Ruemke, first and
second embroidery, Anna Schmidt and
Anna Langmack knitwork, Lulu Bal
trusch and Minnie Schmidt art flowers,
Katie Gag and Bertha Pfeiffer silk apron
Herta Heers bed spread, Mrs. Elnora
Herman sofa cushion, Mrs. Theresa
Behrnler rug, Bertha Riegler art flower
Miss Elizabeth Schmidt embroidery.
Mrs. F, Quense lace work, Anna Stein
hauser spread, Emma Seherer scarf,
Hulda Petry scarf, Mrs. L. B. Krook
pillow shams, Mrs. L. B. Krook: pillow
shams, Emma Beussmann.
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Wines and Liquors for medical purposes
Physicians' prescriptions carefully com
pounded at all hours of the day and night.
Iver & Pond Pianos, Sterling Organs
Band Instruments and other musical
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