Galveston: W.A. Shaw & Co., Printers, 1885. 54, , [1 blank] pp. Stitched in original printed pink wrappers. Wrappers with some blank edge chipping; some light wear and light toning of text, Good+.
The Worthy Master observes with dismay that farmers have "almost entirely abandoned" agricultural fairs, "because they have fallen into the hands of men who were not agriculturists, and had been perverted from their original design to that of horse-racing and other species of gambling." He also points with pride to the position of equality that women enjoy in the Grange. Item #29777