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EXPENDITURES.

FAIR OF 1862 (balances due to).
Paid Baldwin, De Witt & Co.

interest
G. Worthington & Co., hardware
W. Bingham & Co.,
Parrish & Knight,
Mr. Outhwaite (lease of ground).
Columbus Machine Co. (use of engine)
Goodale & Co. (wool department)
Wm. De Witt (personal expenses).
Interest of Mould note of $500..

note discounted in Franklin Bank
J. B. Clegg, due from Dayton Fair of 1861..
J. Terrill,

Fair of 1862 .....
Wm. De Witt, for draft protested....
W. J. Waterson, for superintending labor on grounds..

$575 75

18 75 274 09 50 24 10 89 25 00 131 50 15 00 21 28

4 48 57 40 6 50

4 00 851 56 366 90

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$2,412 44

EXPENSE OF FAIR GROUNDS IN 1863. Paid Pliny B. Young, for lumber.....

W. J. Waterson, for superintending labor on grounds.

Mr. Dutton, for teaming and sundries, per voucher.
" Livery hire (to Stevens, Dutton and others)...
“ Colwell, for hardware

J. Proudfoot, for painting..
B. P. Bowers (plumbing)

J. V. N. Yates (wood for Power Hall)..
“ H. Moore (use of furniture)...
Sundry Ex. Com. expenses, per De Witt's voucher.

271 40
30 00
64 82
41 00
57 71
9 90
7 99
19 00
9 32
54 85

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Marshals. Paid L. C. Sturgis...

G. F. Hutchins

A. A. Jewett... “ Homer Strong.

Gate Keepers. Paid J. Balderson..

“ R. Brush

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Superintendents.
Paid J. Kirkpatrick, services and material furnished.

Hiram Harris (horses) ...
E. T. Sturtevant (Domestic Hall).
B. H. Boehmer (Floral Hall).
J. E. Hopkins (Fine Art Hall)
Jay Terrill.
H. P. Canon (Farm Product Hall)
G. W. Campbell (Fruit Hall)
Mr. Gribble
Mr. Hight.
A. L. Beswick.
Danks, Cassel & Powers,
M. A. Brown (Power Hall)
Mr. Walker (Farm Implements).
T. P. Donnelly..
A. E. Massey (Fruic Hall).
H. L. Hollister..
H. Riehter...
Mrs. Steiner (Ladies' Hall
W. W. Rathbone (Sheep)
R. N. Jones (Cattle)
Mr. Palmer (Horses.

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452 00

Police. Paid J. N. Frazee for police force, per contract..

Music. Paid J. M. Leland......

J. P. Brown..

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Printing, Advertising and Engraving.
Paid Benedict, Fairbanks & Co. (posters, adv. and cards).

Richard Nevins (prem. lists, cards and circulars).
Glenn & Thrall (printing badges, &c.)...
Harris & Hurd (printing circulars)
Harris & Fairchild (advertising).
L. H. Tucker,
J. T. F. Wright,
Plain Dealer office,

1862-3. E. Cowles & Co.,

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“ J. Geary & Son (subscription to “Fact”)......

Manypenny & Miller (subscription to “Statesman,” 1862-3).
Hurtt, Allen & Co. (subscription to “ Journal”)
Brainerd & Burridge, view of Fair grounds and sheep cuts.....
J. Conahan, for stereotyping ...

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Express, Postage and Telegraph.
Paid Adams and American Express Companies..

John Graham, postage and drawer rent.
T. S. Gates, Telegraph agent.....

Ribbons, Badges, &c.
Paid Kelton, Bancroft & Co......

N. E. Crittenden, for engraving medals.

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Stationery. Paid N. W. Lefavor (due from 1862)....

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entry paper, binding, and paper boxes for office.
Corlies, Macy & Co., letter heads..
J. H. Riley & Co....
R. Kennedy.
Stationery in Cleveland

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Members of the Board.
Paid Wm. De Witt, personal expenses, 1863
do traveling

1862 and '63.
II. B. Perkins, 3 years.
N. J. Turney, 2
D. E. Gardner..

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Miscellaneous.
Paid E. Longley, reporting Convention

T.J. Quinlan, bill posting.
L. F. Allen, Herd Book.
A. D. Kendall, eetings.
W. P. Fogg, use of crockery.
C. & J. Cooper, use of engine .
R. N. Jones, counterfeit money redeemed
Josiah Hurst,
N. B. Marple, yum-arabic, brushes, &c.
Kilbourne, Kubns & Co., twine and tacks.
J. B. Cobb & Co., Hlawes' Directory.
D. Mahoney, cleaning rooms.
Bank-check stamps
P. Scurry, drayage.
C. C. & C. R. R. Co., freight and drayage.
Wm. Lathrop, office clerk
J. P. Ross, use of office....
J. H. Klippart, sundry office expense, per voucher

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Paid Clerks in Secretary's office at Fair.

Treasurer's

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Total amount brought forward.... $13,188 32

1,234 63

Paid J. H. Klippart on salary.

Total....

$14,422 95

Cash on hand as per settlement....

$9,676 07

MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD FOR 1863-4.

1863.

NORTON S. TOWNSHEND, President, Avon, Lorain Co.
D. McMILLEN, JR., Recording Secretary, Xenia, Greene Co.
DAVID TAYLOR, Treasurer, Columbus, Franklin Co.
WM. DEWITT, Cleveland, Cuyaboga Co.
HENRY B. PERKINS, Warren, Trumbull Co.
DARWIN E. GARDNER, Toledo, Lucas Co.
THOS. C. JONES, Delaware, Delaware Co.
NELSON J. TURNEY, Circleville, Pickaway Co.
JACOB EGBERT,* Lebanon, Warren Co.
WM. R. PUTNAM, Marietta, Wasbington Co.
JOHN H. KLIPPART, Corresponding Secretary, Columbus, O.

1864.

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NELSON J. TURNEY, President, Circlevelle, Pickaway Co.
WM. F. GREER, Recording Secretary, Painesville, Lake Co.
DAVID TAYLOR, Treasurer, Columbus, Franklin Co.
THOS. C. JONES, Delaware, Delaware Co.
JAMES FULLINGTON, Milford Centre, Union Co.
WM. B. McCLUNG, Troy, Miami Co,
DARWIN E. GARDNER, Toledo, Lucas Co.
WM. DEWITT,+ Cleveland, Cuyaboga Co.
WM. R. PUTNAM, Marietta, Washington Co.
DAN’L MCMILLEN, JR., Xenia, Greene Co.
JOHN H. KLIPPART, Cor. Secretary, Columbus, Franklin Co.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE FOR 1864,
N.J. TURNEY, Pres't, T. C. JONES, D. McMILLEN, JR., D. TAYLOR.

* Died, February, 1863.

† Killed, May 21, 1864, on railroad.

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M. L. Sullivant, President .Columbus. S. Halloway:
S. Medary, Treasurer.

.....Columbus. Allen Trimble J. G. Gest, Recording Secretary.

......Xenia.

C. Springer W. W. Mather, Cor. Secretary

....Columbus.

J. M. Edwarks F. R. Elliott.

. . Cleveland. Arthur Watts J. T. Pugsley

.....Convenience.

Receipts, $8,204 09.

..St. Clairsville.

..Hillsboro. Meadow Farm.

Canfield. Chillicothe.

1852-FAIR AT CLEVELAND.

Arthur Watts, President........Chillicothe. Allen Trimble
S. Medary, Treasurer... .. Columbus. J. M. Edwards.
J. G. Gest, Recording Secretary...... Xenia. Wm. Cage...
*W. W. Mather, Cor. Secretary...Columbus. Philo Adams
C. Springer

Meadow Farm. R. W. Musgrave..

Receipts, $13,260.

..Hillsboro.

.Canfield. ..Cleveland.

Huron. . Sulphur Springs

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1853-FAIR AT DAYTON. *S. Medary, President ........ ...Columbus. R. W. Musgrave. M. L. Sullivant, Treasurer ...... .Columbus. R. W. Steele. J. G. Gest, Recording Secretary...... Xenia. Wm. H. Ladd G. Sprague, Corresponding Sec'y..Columbus. D. McIntosh *Wm. Case..

.Cleveland. J. T. Worthington *Philo Adams

..Huron.
Receipts, $13,996 37.

Sulphur Springs.

Dayton. ..Richmond. Shalersville. ..Chilicothe.

1854 FAIR AT NEWARK.
R. W. Musgrave, President..Salphur Springs. D. McIntosh..
Jos. Sullivant, Treasurer .....Columbus. R. W. Steele.
Jas. L. Cox, Recording Sec'y ....Zanesville. *J. G. Gest
G. Sprague, Corresponding Sec'y Columbus. J. K. Green
W. H. Ladd ...

...Richmond. B. Stedman J. T. Worthington

.Chillicothe.

Receipts, $8,824 68.

.Saalersville.

Dayton

Xenia. .Carthage. ...Cleveland.

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