Tlio international exhibition of nheep wnol and wool producís, under theauspice of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society, will be held in the permanent exuibition building, Kairniount park next öeptemlicr. It is said by the offieers of the society that the money realized at the fair held last year will enable theru to offer unusual prcniiumH for all clase8 of stock and inachinery. Replies to circulars and letters addreseed to prominent stock growers throughout the country already indícate that the exhibits will be so numerous that it will be difficult to accommod'ate tliem all, uniese the exbibits already in the buildings are packed close together. The aggregate of prizes to be offered is $40,000, includiog $8,.r)0() for cattle, $7,000 for horscs (racing l.rohihitcd), $0,500 for sheep, $3,000 for swine, $1,500 for poultry, $2,500 for the dairy, $4,000 fof tools, implements and macliinery, $3,000 for state, couuty, club and individual exbibits of farm, orchard and garden producís, and $4,000 for wonl and wool products and other manufaotured goodi". The slieep prizes are, for flocks $450 and $2")0, and for raui and five of bis get $250, $500, etc.