ers may bo intorested in knowing who of our Wash'enaw sheep men attended tho festival at Franklin, May 3d, and wbat thoy scorod. Wu tako the following from the secretary'3 report : J. S. Wood & Son, Saline Af,'o. AgC of Wt of Wt. of Klccce. Carcass. Flcecc. yrs. mos. ]l)s. 11 is. lïivc 6 11A gi ij Ü Km 3 i2 74 '6K Gcorgc "Wood, Saline. Ham 4 124 uo 2$% A. A. Wood, Saline. Ewu i .. fío II üwe I .. 54 zVt fwe 4 iá M 16 iivc 3 lH öS 15 Munson Kinjr, BiidjcwaUT. Ram 2 12 yS 20i Van Gieson Biotlicrs, Biidgcwatcr. 'WC 4 12 IO3 lSi C. M. Fcllows, Manchester. Ram 2 12% 83 2oJi I'ayne & Robie, Manchester, lam 3 12 101 22 There were 38 sheep shorn, giving 515 lbs. of wool - an averago of 16 l-(i as. por head. lt was said by many ood judges to bo thö best show of thorugh-bred American merino shoep ever een in Michigan.