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their testimony to the fidelity and increasing energy of the Superintendent in the discharge of the varions duties assigned hiin; also, to the excellency of all the officers connected with the management of the "interior affairs" of the institution.

Respectfully, submitted. ::.. . . : A. HYATT SMITH,...

.. .. . President of the Board of Trusteesi LYMAN J. BARROWS, Secretary. 'i '! ' I 'i' . 'I

Janesville, Dec. 31, 1854.

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. Wisconsin Institute for the Elucation of the Blind.

In account with J. BÖDWELL DOE, Treasurer; 61 Order

DISBURSEMENTS.

1, No. Balance due Treasurer as

$779 44 per last report 52 Cash paid S. C. &paulding, repairing clock

1 13 53 do Jesse Miles, wood

25 00 57 do R. Hill, llacksmithing

4 03

1.1.. 66 do

62 Ola, cuiting wood 69 do George Miltimore, salary as steward

59 21

.6 70 do Jane Miltiinore, salary as matron

33 33 71 do Dorathy Ellick, house work

8 25 92 do Cooley & Babcock, merchandise

52 76 do OW Norton, groceries

84 96 do J. A. Turner, brooin clamps

10 43 95 do Lyman J. Birrowg, med, services,

15 25

1.1 96 Jackman & Smith, Angr,

14 25 97 do R. B. Treat, M. D. med. services,

10 50 99 do Jackman & Smith, flvur,

14 75 100 do C. G. Gillett, groceries,

29 67

vil 101 do S.C. Spauliling, clock,

1 50 103 do Alden & Holt, alvertising,

2 00 104 Azel Baxter, repairing chimneys

4.00 105 do Levi Moses, furniture

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106 Cash paid J. M. Riker, repairing barness,
107 do John Tompkinson, blacksmithing,
108 do Wood & Moore, livery,
109 do Doe & Cuoley, merchandise
110

A. St. John, provisions,
111 do A St John, provisions
112 do George Miltimore, salary as steward, in full
113 do

Jane Miltimore, salary as matron, 114 do J. Horton, wages hired man, 115 do Angeline Mikkel, house work, 116

Rachel Mikkel, house work, 117 do Mrs. L. Walls, salary as teacher, 118 do

Miss M. A. Weed, salary as teacher, 119

C. B. Woodruff, salary as superintendent, 120 do C. B. Woodruff, contingent expenses, 121 :" dos H. & G. Scarcliff, meat, 122 do H. S. Woodruff, repairing harness, 125 do H. Rice & son, groceries, 126 do

C. B. Woodruff, broom corn, 127

do J. F. Williard, provisions 128 do E. H. Strong, postage,

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'il 130 do E. L. Roberts, provisions,

131 do Hunt, provisions, IS

132 do West & Doolittle, glazing,
133 do Langden & Clow, hay,
184 do Dorsey & Pottinger, Livery,
135

J. Allen, 20 cords wood,
136 do Charles Colby, 30 cords wood,

I'll 137 do Jane A. Woodruff, salary as matron, 138 do Trask & Howland, livery, 139

do Trask & Howland, livery, 6

140 do George W. Taylor, broom handles,
141 do A. 8. Dodge, interest on note,
142 do J. B. Doe, interest on note,
143 do Wm. Truesdell, flour,
144

do James Sutherland, stationery,
145
do J. H. Budd, castings, &c.,

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1 50 17 82

5 00 65 21 5 00 2 50 30 00 10 00 25 00 16 79 18 95 128 00

20 00 325 00 27 67 152 15

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2 50 65 00 78 75 53 17 4 50 1 00 12 50 14 32

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146 Cash paid E. J. Fenton, livery, Inte,'!,,...]!!!!',') 12:00 147 do Ann Brown, bouse work, in

11 35 1148

do C. B. Woodruff, contingent expenses, no. '149 do John W. Brown, butter, di. 150 do Mckey & Brother, mercbandize, it!

15.00 1161 do J. B. Davis, livery.

10 00 152 do C. B. Woodruff, type,

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3 00 153 do G. W. Taylor, broom handles,

29 36 154 do J. F. Willard, 20 cords wood,

60 00 do 0. W. Norton, groceries, mou dani ya .416.-31 96 156 Carter & Sawyer, groceries, most dleso ya con cool

6 27 157. do C. W. Woodruff, hay, saa mundial 1,09.16

9 00 158 do Wm. P. Burroughs, stage fare of children to Madison, 38 00 159

do R. Hill, blacksmithing, in solito 180 Jesse Miles, 2 cords wood, a vlasy 89.doM

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50 76

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rö ulut 164 do J. Pond, broom-corn,

37 86 165 do Wm. Truesdell, flour,

15 00 166 do C. B. Woodruff, hay, &c.,

19 27 168 do Mrs. C. B. Woodruff, salary as matron,

34 00 189 do Secretary, services,

10 00 170 do

5 00 Secretary, services, 172 do E. H. Strong, postage,

3 65 173 do P. A. Pierce, provisions,

15 00 175 do H. Rice & Son, groceries,

25 76 176 do E. L. Roberts interest on note,

12 66 177 do J B. Doe, expenses to Madison,

10 00 178 do J. R. Eaton, glazing,

1 00 179

14 00 do J. F. Willard, oats, &c.,

30 00 180 do

7 31 181 do J. Pound, provisions, 184 do John F. Rague, specifications, &c.,

20 00

45 00 185 do Jed Rook, moving work-shop,

3 68 190 do

Norwegian, cutting wood, 191 do E. H. Strong, postage,

5 00 193 do J. F. Willard, oats,

76 00 199 do Joseph Horton, wages-hired man,

Insurance,

2 65

200 Cash paid Betsey Osborn, house work, i !

201 do C. B. Woodruff, salary for himself and wife, 1 102

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Amelia Higby, house work, in 203

Mary A. Weed, salary as teacher," : ;? r.204 do Mrs. L. Walls, salary as teacher, i . bu 206 do C. B. Woodruff, contingent expenses,

Balance on hand, . ... ;i

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? "RECEIPTS.

$3,405 84

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al 1854–Jan. 2, By cash from State Treasurer, duo'1st July, 1853, 500-00

Jan. 16, By cash from State Treasurer, due 1st Oetober, 1853, 625.00
Jan. 26, By cash from State Treasurer, due 1st Jan. 1854; 625 00
Feb. 3, By casb from State Treasurer, balance due from áp
propriation of 1850, 5 . :

405 84 Mch. 28, By cash from State Treasurer, due 1st April, 1854, 625.00 July 8, By cash from State Treasurer, due (1st July, 1854, 625 00

$3,405 84

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