Report of the New Jersey commissioners on the Centennial Exhibition. . others, as improved by cultivation. It was a complete ex-hibit of improved cranberry culture, for which was given amedal and diploma. J. H. Wethington, South Amboy, Albany Seedling Strawberries, of remarkable size.Thomas J. Beams, Morristown, Four varieties of melons, large size and fine flavor.Gibson & Bennett, Woodbury, An instructive and commendable collection of earlyapples, E. D. Sturtevant, Bordentown, Exhibited choice collection of hot house plants.Eussel Austin, Camden, Cranberry plants, taken direct from their nati

Report of the New Jersey commissioners on the Centennial Exhibition. . others, as improved by cultivation. It was a complete ex-hibit of improved cranberry culture, for which was given amedal and diploma. J. H. Wethington, South Amboy, Albany Seedling Strawberries, of remarkable size.Thomas J. Beams, Morristown, Four varieties of melons, large size and fine flavor.Gibson & Bennett, Woodbury, An instructive and commendable collection of earlyapples, E. D. Sturtevant, Bordentown, Exhibited choice collection of hot house plants.Eussel Austin, Camden, Cranberry plants, taken direct from their nati Stock Photo
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Report of the New Jersey commissioners on the Centennial Exhibition. . others, as improved by cultivation. It was a complete ex-hibit of improved cranberry culture, for which was given amedal and diploma. J. H. Wethington, South Amboy, Albany Seedling Strawberries, of remarkable size.Thomas J. Beams, Morristown, Four varieties of melons, large size and fine flavor.Gibson & Bennett, Woodbury, An instructive and commendable collection of earlyapples, E. D. Sturtevant, Bordentown, Exhibited choice collection of hot house plants.Eussel Austin, Camden, Cranberry plants, taken direct from their native places, and making a bed on the Centennial grounds, which grewperfectly, which also establishes the fact there is no uplandvariety. State of New Jersey, A collection of woods and timber of the State, which wasspoken of in the Judges report favorably for complete-ness and the manner of exhibition. There were 120 speciesshown in triplicate specimens, showing the vertical, trans-verse, and diagonal finish. The collection was awarded amedal and diploma. IT r^ r*r*. A WARDS OF MERIT. 387 John S. Collins, Moorestown, Fine specimens of AVilson and Kittatinny blackberries, and Brandy wine raspberries. E. W. Durand, Irvington, Propagator of seedling strawberries, was awarded a dip-loma and medal for nine new varieties of strawberries, mostof which were of very large size and beautiful color. Peter Henderson & Company, Jersey City, Exhibited a large collection of floristssupplies, for whichthey were awarded a medal and diploma. A very full, unique display of florists supplies, and articles in usein flower decorations. Also, for decorative and foliageplants. A collection of geraniums, or pelargomiums, em-bracing 250 varieties of the best single and double kindsof zonule and variegated forms, rarity and great variety •also, a fine and extensive collection of verbenas. A thirdexhibit of decorative and ornamental foliage plants, arranged in a circular bed of coleus and similar leavedplants,

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