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Nativitj'.



Age.



February, 1883—
February, 1883—!
February, 1883 — !
February, 1883—1
February, 1883—1
February, 1883 — 1
February, 1883-_j

March, 1883 1

March, 1883 ,

March, 1883 :

March, 1883 ;

March, 1883 i

March, 1883

March, 1883 :

March, 1883 '

March, 1883 i

April, 1883

April, 1883

April, 1883 !

April, 1883 ;

April, 1883

April, 1883 .

April, 1883

April, 1883 ^-

April, 1883

April, 1883

April, 1883

April, 1883 '

Mav, 1883 |

May, 1883 \

May, 1883 '

May, 1883

May, 1883

May, 1883 :

May, 1883 |

May, 1883 ;

May, 1883

May, 1883

May, 1883

May, 1883 ;

May, 1883 —
May, 1883 —

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883

June, 1883



Organic disease of brain Pennsylvania

Paralysis [ Canary Islands...

Exhaustion Costa Rica

General paralysis Germany

Consumption , Ireland

General paralysis i New York

Organic di.sease of brain Scotland

Consumption ! Missouri

Consumption Unknown

Congestion of lungs Michigan .

Exhaustion Ireland

Congestion of lungs Ireland

Paralysis Ireland

Organic disease of brain Mazatlan

Congestion of lungs Germany

Marasmus Germany

General paresis : Louisiana

Chronic cystitis Italy

Exhaustion .__ i Canada

Consumption ' Central America.

Dropsy .. Germany

Organic disease of brain Germany

Consumption Ireland

Old age New York

Epilepsy Indiana

Apoplexy Germany

Exhaustion Ireland

Suicide California

Exhaustion Ireland

Consumption Kansas

Maniacal exhaustion i Illinois

Exhaustion Born at sea

Organic disease of brain Ireland

Maniacal exhaustion , Italy

Paresis Ireland

Organic disease of brain [ Canada

Paresis Ireland

Paresis Ohio

Consumption Tennessee

Organic disease of brain ! Portugal

Organic disease of brain New York

Organic disease of brain Germany

General paralysis England

Apoplexy | England

Paralysis Canada

Maniacal exhaustion i Maine

Ossification of aorta i Hanover

Consumption I China

Consumption i France

Cerebral congestion 1 Ohio

Consumption China »...



39
52
36
53
39
55
48
34



47
51
40
43
19
44
36
41
44
30
50
45
43
43
82
37
53
56
22
45
20
40
55
49
58
42
44
38
52
35
28
62
31
41
50
37
39
59
35
32
56
32



33



TABLE IX.

Recapitulation of the caitse of death of one hundred and twelve patients, from July 1, 1882, to

July \, 1883.



Causk of Death.



Total.



Apoplexy

Congestion

Consumption

Dropsy

Epilepsy

E.Khaustion

General paresis

Maniacal exhaustion

Old age

Organic disease of brain-
Paralysis

All other causes



Totals



89



23



17

2

5

19

8

4

2

22

13

11



112



TABLE X.
Showing the articles made in the sewing-room from July 1, 1882, to July 1, 1883.



Articles.



Number.



Aprons

Bath towels.

Bed ticks

Bibs



Brown sheets..
Carriage cover.
Carpets.



Carpet mats

Check jackets.
Chemises



Collars

Canvas mats

Counterpanes

Damask tablecloths
Drawers



Dresses

Duck jackets

Duck pants

Duck quilts

Flannel shirts

Flannel skirts

Hemp mats

Linen tablecloths
Napki



Night gowns

Pillow slips (checked).

Pillow slips (white)

Pillow shams

Poller towels

Sacqt



Shirts (men's;

Shrouds

Skirts

Sun bonnets

Suspenders

Tea towels

Waists

Water-proof capes.
White sheets



580

272

651

12

1,396

1

3

37

18

410

66

16

86

6

344

343

15

13

6

124

293

15

41

65

335

204

623

6

214

39

14

7

21

94

12

6

19

7

160



3"



34



STEWARD'S REPORT.



TABLE FIRST.

Amount of articles purchased and consumed, and other exjyenses, for the fiscal year ending

June 30, 1883.



Value.



Flour -

Meat

Sugar

Tea

Syrup

Potatoes

Butter

Coffee

Lard

Fish

Poultry and eggs

Beans

Rice and cracked wheat.

Cornmeal and oatmeal

Fruit

Salt

Vinegar

Small groceries

Soap

Drugs

Liquor and ale

Tobacco

Drygoods

Clothing and hats

Shoes and leather

Blankets

Furniture and crockery_.

Hardware and tinware

Spoons and cutlery

Carpeting

Hay and straw

Grain and feed

Garden tools and seed

Lumber

Repairs

Brooms and brushes

Books and stationery

Gas

Paints, oil, and glass

Fuel

Bedding

Castings, pipe, and iron..

Miscellaneous

Payroll

Returned escapes

Discharged patients

Trustees' services

Freight and expressage..

Ice

Advertising

Sewing machine

Rubber hose

Trees and shrubs

Horses and mule



$9,559


04


23,068


24


4,393


25


873


45


2,953


89


2,502


34


10,290


51


1,414


34


88 46


641


85


1,716


66


1,011


32


724


00


801


55


932


15


129


73


168


35


912


42


1,097


55


1,645


48


159


06


1,714


31


5,437


90


4,205


64


2,162


45


2,047


11


1,801


17


3,019


09


103


21


795


95


52


00


768


97


387


25


1,410


63


1,904


36


609


65


371


05


1,678


17


542


78


13,696


61


1,575


89


165


34


951


59


69,342


53


95


50


486


00


685


17


353


52


50


11


401


00


50


00


505


00


184


35


300


00



Amount carried forward | $182,937 94



35



Table First— Continued.





Aeticlbs.


Value.


Amount brought forward


$182,937 94

1,643 16

590 00

45 00


Interest and exchange


Cows


Survej-ing land (Coombs tract)

Labor "" '"


Washing machine


152 50
700 00
300 00


Telephone line


"Vegetables


Clothes baskets


3 00

36 00

198 00


Mower and reaper


Total _.._


.$186,605 60











TABLE SECOXD.
Showing the cost of the different departments for the, fiscal year ending June 30, 1 883.



Depaktmexts.



Kitchen and dining-rooms -. ; ^.-n -^»

Wards.- _ ' v'3l,'87 58



Bakery __

Laundry '""

Engine-room \'__ ~

Farm, garden, dairy, and stable. ..I"!". I I '

Trustees' services '_'_

Repairs III "II

Drug store '_'__

Furnishing ~_ I

Center building __""_'

Office

Discharged patients I" '

Returned escapes . _ _

Gas

Fuel i"i"i-ri r II I

Grounds __ " ""

Payroll "I

Interest and exchange I I 69,342 47

Coombs' ranch - _'^_ ._ . I"~" 1,643 41

Nightwatch 1-11111.11111"" I ^^^ ^^

Lodge gate 'Jl \

Advertising "" '_

Miscellaneous



9,718 07

463 02

248 76

3,030 00

685 17

4,149 82

1,651 25

6.762 43

869 14

752 45

486 00

89 50

1,677 77

13,695 51

972 95



28 92
112 14
402 00
793 32



Total



$186,605 60



36



TABLE THIRD.
Disbursements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1883.



For What Purpose.



Amount.



Maintenance

Furnishing

Grounds ._

Interest

Horses

Cows

Mower and reaper

Total



$176,574 07
6,474 43
972 95
1,496 15
300 00
590 00
198 00



$186,605 60



TABLE FOURTH.
Averages for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1883.



-^S



>

•Si



Julv, 1882

August, 1882

September, 18S2_-

October, 1882

November, 1882_.
December, 1882 _.

January, 1883

February, 1883-_.

March, 1883

April, 1883 _.

Mav, 1883

June, 1883

Yearly averages



1,174
1,176
1,182
1,179
1,181
1,195
1,191
1,200
1,202
1,207
1,210
1,209



$438 72
442 20
473 01

469 90
552 19
512 64
531 25
557 69
462 68

470 41
442 34
451 34



1,192



$483 69



37^

37tV

40

39T»(r

46^

42t%

46tV

38/^

39

36^

37^



40i^



$11 59

11 68

12 00

12 37
14 04

13 29
13 82
13 02
11 94
11 70
11 34
11 19

$12 33J



37



TABLE FIFTH.
Products of the farm, garden, and dairy, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1S83.



Cabbage, pounds 116,647

Beets, pounds 18,647

Turnips, pounds , 33,592

Onions, pounds 15,835

Cauliflower, pounds 2,951

Celery, pounds 2,048

Radishes, pounds 1,961

Horseradish, pounds 1,670

Lettuce, pounds 11,997

Pepper, pounds ; 1,652

Carrots, pounds : '15,591

Tomatoes, pounds : 43,995

Parsley, pounds 685

Parsnips, pounds 287

Okra, pounds 130

String heaps, pounds 3,735

Squash, pounds ; 2,065

Peas, pounds 650

Artichokes, pounds 18

Cucumbers, dozen i 667

Green corn, dozen \ 1,175

Rhubarb, pounds | 241

Potatoes, pounds., j 6,923

Asparagus, pounds 299

Apricots, pounds [ 30

Plums, pounds i 416

Figs, pounds I 31

Peaches, pounds j 316

Apples, pounds j 1,632

Grapes, pounds ; 19,078

Strawberries, pounds 25

Hay, tons i. 130

Wood, cords 20

Eggs, dozen I 874

Chickens, dozen j 13

Milk, gallons ! I 22,477

Calves sold, 14 head { $42 00

Pork sold, 17,045 pounds $1,032 29



38



APPENDIX B.



TABLE I.

Showing the counties from which Jive hundred patients were admitted, from July 1, 1883, io

July \, 1884.



Jlalts. Females. : Total.





14
2
5

7
1
8
1
3
4
1
8
3


14
..

1
-.

^-
3

'l'

8
3

1
-.

..

105
4
-.

1
..

4
4

1

1


28




2




7


Contra Costa . - . __ ._


8


Del Norte - -. -. -.


1




11




1




7




7




1




9


Napa - - - -


11




3


Placer


2

4.
14
1
3
187
2
3
7
5
5


3




4




21




1


San Diego-


5


San Francisco _- . . -


292


San Luis Obispo - -_ - -


6


San Mateo ._ . __ _ -


3


Santa Barbara . _- .- _.


9




6




5


Sierra ._ _ .


2




3
16
10
2
3
3


3


Solano - - - _- - ,- -


20




14


Tehama _ . -


3




3


Yolo


4






Totals


327


UB


500







39



TABLE II.
Shotoivg the nativity of five hundred patients admitted from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Nativity.


Males.


Females.


Total.


United States.
Alabama _


1

27

2


- -

1

1
-.

.-

1
1
3
5

.-

1
1
12
4
5
1
..

2
1


1


California .


45


Couiiecticut . -


3


District of Columbia -. -


1




I


1




1


Illinois - - - - - - _


4

1
2
4
3
3
9
2
2
6


4


Indiana.- . _ _ - _ - - -


2


Iowa . -


2


Kentucky - -


5


Louisiana


4


Maine _ _-


6


Massachusetts . -_ - _


14




2




2


Missouri _. _.


9


Nevada _ . -


1




1

24
8
4
1
2
5
3
2


2


New York


36


Ohio -.- - -


12


Pennsylvania - - - _- - .


9


South Carolina


2


Tennessee.- - -


2




8


Vermont -


5




3






Totals -


117


65


182






Foreign Countries.
Austria - . .


4
3
1
1
4

18
2

17
2
7

3fi
1
1

50

12
1
1
2
1
4
1
2
2
4
1
5
6

12
9


1
..

10
-

27

46'
3

.-

2

1

..

7
1
4


4




3


Bavaria - . -


1


Belgium ._


1


Canada.- . -_ - -_-. - ...


5


China . -.. .. -


18


Denmark - - - ._


3


England. -


27


Finland -


2


France _. - - _


9


Germanv . _.


63




1


Holland .. -


1




96


Italv -


15


Jamaica-


1


Japan - - . .


1


Mexico _ . .


3


New Brunswick - - _ .


3


Norway -


4


Poland . .


1


Portugal- . _ .


2


Prince Edward's Island

Prussia . .. _ - -


2
5


Russia


1




7


Sweden . . .-


13


Switzerland _


13


Unknown


13






Totals


210


108


318







40



Recapitulation.



Nativity.



Males. ! Females. 1 Total.



United States

Foreign countries
Unknown

Totals



117


65


201


104


9


4


327


173



182

305

13



500



TABLE III.

Showing the ages of five hundred patients at the time of their admission in the asylum, from July 1,

1883, to July 1, 1884.



Males.


Females.


9


10


82


33


100


48


66


51


38


18


10


7


4


2


2


1


16


3



Between 10 and 20 j-ears
Between 20 and 30 years
Between 30 and 40 years
Between 40 and 50 years
Between 60 and 60 years
Between 60 and 70 years.
Between 70 and 80 years.
Between 80 and 90 years
Unknown

Totals



327



173



19

115

148

117

56

17

6

3

19



500



TABLE IV.

Showing the supposed cause of insanity in five hundred patients, as stated in commitments, from

July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Supposed Causes.



Females. . Total.



Change of life

Childbirth

Death of relatives ...

Disappointment in love ..
Disordered menstruation .

Domestic trouble

Epilepsy

Fear

Grief

Hereditary

111 health

Injury to head

Intemperance

Loss of property

Masturbation

Miscarriage

Old age

Overwork

Pregnancy

Puerperal condition

Religion

Spiritualism

Sunstroke

Syphilis

Unknown

Use of opium '.

Uterine trouble



1
16

3
12
14
13
46



13



2

3

179

6



Totals



327



80
1
5

173



7

15

2

5

27

7

12

21

15

46

1

3

5

1

2

19

1

2

3

259

7

5

500



41



TABLE V.



Showing the class of insanity of five h^indred patients at the time of admission, as stated in com-
mitments, from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Class.


Males.


Females.


Total.


Dementia


35

3

1

201

16

39


15

ios'

17
13

1
10

'"9'


50


Dipsomania _


3


Idiocy.-


1


Mania .


309


Melancholia _ _


33


Monomania _.


52


Nj'mphomania ._ .


1


Puerperal mania




10


Senile dementia ..


1
31


1


Unknown


40









Totals


327


173


500







TABLE VL
Shoxoing the civil condition of five hundred patients admitted from July 1, 1883, '^o July 1, 1884.



Civil Condition.


Males.


Females.


Total.


Divorced




2
90
53

3
25


2


Married _ _ .


89

216

11


179


Single _. - -.


269


Unknown


14


"Widows _- - _. _ _ .


25


Widowers .....


11


11






Totals


327


173


500







42



TABLE VII.
Showing the occupation of Jive hundred patients, admitted from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Occupation.



Bakers

Barbers

Barkeepers

Blacksmiths

Boiler makers

Bookkeepers

Butchers

Cabinet makers..

Candy makers

Car conductors ..

Carpenters

Cis;ar makers

Clerks

Convicts

Cooks

Coopers

Dairymen

Dentists

Dishwashers

Domestics

Dressmakers

Farmers

Firemen

Fishermen

Fruit dealers

Gardeners

Hair dressers

Harness makers _

Housewives

Jewelers

Laborers

Laundrymen

Laundresses

Machinists

Marble polishers-
Mechanics

Merchants

Miners

Ministers

Musicians

No occupation

Painters

Peddlers

Physicians

Saddlers

Sailors

Salesmen

Saloon keepers ..

Servants

Sheepherders

Ship carpenters.-

Shoemakers

Soldiers

Tailors

Teachers

Unknown

Upholsterers

Waiters

Totals



Males. Females. Total



1

110

1

.....

1

2
5
9
2
2

26
4
2
3
2

15
2
2
1
3
1
2
4
1
2
9
1
5

327



29
4
1



1

"io5



173



43



TABLE VIII.
Shmoing the cause of death of ninety patients from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Cause of Death.



Nativity.



Julv, 1883

Jiilv, 1883

Julv, 1883

Julv, 1883

July, 1883

Julv, 1883

July, 1883

July, 1883

Julv, 1883

JulV, 1883

JulV, 1883

JulV, 1883

Julv. 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

August, 1883

September, 1883_
September, 1883.
September, 1883.
September, 1883_

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

October, 1883

November, 1883 .
November, 1883.
November, 1883.
November, 1883 .
November, 1883 .
November, 1883.
December, 1883-_
December, 1883 __
December, 1883-.
December, 1883. _
December, 1S83,_
December, 18S3_.
December. 1883..
December, 1883..

Januar}', 188-4

January, 188-4

January, 1884

January, 1884

January, 1884

Januarv, 1884

January, 1884...
January, 1884..

Januar)', 1884

January, 1884. _
January, 1884..

Januarj', 1884

January, 1884...
February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..



Exhaustion

Consumption

Consumption

Inanition

Suicide

Pulmonary abscess

Maniacal exhaustion

Consumption

Organic disease of brain

Consumption

Organic disease of brain

Ma n iacal ex ha usti on

General debility

Epilepsy

Maniacal exhaustion

Suicide

General debility

Exhaustion

General paresis

Organic disease of brain

Paralysis

Peritonitis

Paralysis

Paralysis

Epilepsy

Organic disease of brain

Organic disease of brain

General paresis

Paralysis

Organic disease of brain

Exhaustion

Exhaustion

Organic disease of brain

Exhaustion

Organic disease of brain

Organic disease of brain

Exhaustion

Organic disease of brain

Organic disease of brain

Exhaustion

Consumption

Apoplexy

Old age

Exhaustion

Exhaustion

Organic disease of brain

Old age

Paralysis

Suffocation from spasm of glottis

Organic diseaseof brain

Organic diseaseof brain

Dropsy

Epilepsy

Paralysis

Paralysis

Paralysis

Organic diseaseof brain

Exhaustion

Paralysis

Exhaustion

Organic diseaseof brain



Ireland

California

New York

United States .

England

Unknown

Ireland

Scotland

Germany

Germany

Germany

Ireland

Missouri

Austria

Unknown

Texas

England

Virginia

Vermont

Ireland

Germany

California

Unknown

Ireland

Ireland

New York

New York

Prussia

Finland

United States..

Alabama

New York

Ireland

Virginia

Unknown

Vermont

Sweden

California

Ireland

Ireland

France

Germany

Ireland

Ireland

Vermont

Germany

United States .

Ireland

Ohio

Connecticut

New York

Rhode Island.

England

Prussia

Italy

Germany

China

New York

California

Ireland

New York



44



Tablk VIII— Continued.



Month.



February, 1884..
February, 1884..
February, 1884..

March, 1884

March, 1884

March, 1884

March, 1884

March, 1884

March, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

April, 1884

Mav, 1884

May, 1884

May, 1884

May, 1884

May, 1884

Mav, 1884

May, 1884

June, 1884

June, 1884

June, 1884

June, 1884

June, 1884



Cause of Dkath.



Nativity.



Epilepsy

Organic disease of brain

General paresis

Exhaustion .

Organic diseaseof brain

Consumption

Marasmus

Exhaustion

General paresis

Consumption

Congestion of lungs

Exhaustion

Organic diseaseof brain

Old age

Exhaustion

Cancer

Suicide

Organic diseaseof brain

Exhaustion

Old age

Old age

Inanition

Consumption

Congestion of lungs

Consumption

Dropsy

Entero-peritonitis

General paresis

Epilepsy



Scotland

Ireland

Missouri

China

Ireland :

New York

California

Ireland

Maine

Australia

Eussia

Germany

California

Vermont

Sweden

Maine

Germany

Virginia

China

England

Ireland

New Brunswick..

Unknown

Germany

Ireland

Ireland

Prussia

Maryland

Massachusetts



TABLE IX.
Recapitulation of the causes of death of ninety patients, from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Cause of Death.



Males.



Females.



Consumption

Epilepsy

Exhaustion

General paresis

Maniacal exhaustion

Old age

Organic disease of brain

Paralysis

All other causes

Totals



63



27



9
5

16
5
3
5

20
9

18



45



TABLE X.
Shoioing the articles made in the sewing-room from July 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884.



Articles.



Niunber.



Aprons 302

Bath towels 130

Bed ticks 68

Bibs I 12

Brown sheets .._ 1,860

Bed napkins 120

Carpets 5

Carpet mats j 76

Cheeked jackets ! 41

Chemises j 325

Canvas mats | 8

Counterpanes 21

Canton flannel shirts j 224

Damask tablecloths : 5

Drawers j 195

Dresses | 230

Duck jackets 19

Duck pants 12

Duck quilts 2

Flannel shirts 1 9

Flannel skirts 184

Hemp mats , 19

Linen tablecloths i 88

Napkins 12

Night gowns ' 327

Pillow slips, checked i 47-5

Pillow slips, white 609

Pillow ticks- 68

Roller towels 290

Sacques j 53

Shrouds I 12

Skirts, check I 29



Sun bonnets

Suspenders

Waterproof capes-
White sheets



56

24

23

142



46



STEWARD'S REPORT



TABLE FIRST.

Amount of articles purchased and consumed, and other expenses, for the fiscal year ending June

30, 1884.



Flour

Meat

Sugar

Tea

Syrup

Potatoes

Butter

Coffee

Lard

Fish

Poultry and eggs _.

Beans

Rice and cracked -wheat .

Cornmeal

Fruit

Salt

Vinegar

Small groceries

Soap

Drugs

Liquor and ale

Tobacco

Drygoods

Clothing and hats

Shoes and leather

Blankets .

Furniture and crocker}'.
Hardware and tinware..

Spoons and cutler^'

Carpeting

Grain and feed

Garden tools and seed - .

Lumber

Repairs

Brooms and brushes

Books and stationery

Gas

Paints, oil, and glass

Fuel

Bedding

Casting, pipe, and iron..

Miscellaneous

Payroll

Returned escapes

Discharged patients

Trustees' services

Freight and expressage..

Ice

Harness

Advertising

Howe scales

Sewing machine

Galvanic battery

Rubber hose

Hayfork

Sulky hay rake



Total $182,009 80



$10,417 75

24,146 98

4,494 06

931 14

2,542 14

2,387 57

9,690 10

1,593 43

59 41

629 15

2,040 57

. 1,541 24

947 16

897 00

324 95

133 30

249 12

1,161 98

1,810 88

1,128 50

230 15

1,678 30

4,367 92

4,459 80

2,757 68

1,183 95

1,383 45

1,922 63

82 31

1,197 83

959 27

50 81

548 55

993 16

493 62

185 20

1,852 09

377 10

15,290 73

812 37

38 09

803 60

70,254 50

239 75

542 50

669 33

583 70

99 43

96 90

301 50

260 00

30 50

50 00

14 00

33 25

40 00



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TABLE SECOND.
Shmoing the cost of the different departments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1884.

Departments.



Kitchen and dining rooms I $53,222 26

Wards

Bakery

Laundry

Engine room

Farm, garden, dairy, and table

Trustees' services

Repairs

Drug store

Furnishing

Center building

Office

Discharged patients

Refurned escapes

Gas

Fuel

Payroll

Coombs' ranch

Nightwateh

Lodge gate

Advertising

Miscellaneous

Tin shop

Total. - - j $182,009 80



16,814


25


10,583


73


1,034


98


287


10


1,773


15


669


33


2,447


11


1,201


54


2,159


89


1,593


38


747


93


542


50


239


75


1,867


09


15,287


73


70,254 50


209


42


42


47


9


10


301


50


675


70


45


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TABLE THIRD.
I>isbursemetits for the fiscal year eiiding June 30, 1884.



For What Purpose.



Maintenance $179,809 91

Furnishing 2,159 89

Sulkv hav rake I 40 00



Total $182,009 80



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TABLE FOURTH.
Averages for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1884.



a"



S9»



July, 1883

August. 1883

September, 1883..

October, 1883

November, 1883..
December, 1883 ..

January, 1884

February, 1884...

March. 1884

April, 1884

May, 1884

June, 1884

Yearly averages



1,225
1,246
1,257
1,256
1,274
1,279
1,288
1,299
1,300
1,310
1,309
1,312



1,280



,$432 08
446 66
451 47
473 21
614 56
614 01
525 67
647 46
511 70
514 70
485 42
481 87



$491 73



$0 35,^

36

37^

40^

40t%
42^a

39x%

37

36t^



$0 38j;\



$10 94
11 10

10 80

11 69

12 12
12 46
12 65
12 21
12 21
11 79
11 47
11 01



$11 70/^



TABLE FIFTH.
Products of the farm, garden, and dairy, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1884.



Articles.



Cabbage, pounds

Beets, pounds

Turnips, pounds

Onions, pounds

CauliHower, pounds

Celery, pounds

Radishes, pounds

Oyster plant, pounds

Horseradish, pounds

Lettuce, pounds

Peppers, pounds

Carrots, pounds

Tomatoes, pounds

Parsley, pounds

Okra, pounds

String beans, pounds

Peas, pounds

Rhubarb, pounds

Potatoes, pounds

Asparagus, pounds

Almonds, pounds

Apricots, pounds

Plums, pounds

Figs, pounds

Peaches, pounds

Apples, pounds

Grapes, pounds

Hay, tons

Eggs, dozens

Chickens, dozens

Cucumbers, dozens

Green corn, dozens

Milk, gallons

Pork sold, 26,205 pounds..
Wheat sold, 47,490 pounds



100,410

13,602

28,636

30,924

4,325

1,64&

36

76

651

12,672

1,188

31,234

14,064

102

331

2,223

1,520

406

1,688

1,946

100

50

212

21

932

3,347

12,268

120

759

9

600

48

22,138

$1,722 69

$771 70



ELEVENTH REPORT



Superintendent of Public Instruction



STATE OF CALIFOR]N^IA,



For the School Years ending June 30, 1883, and June 30, 1884.




SACRAMENTO:

STATE OFFICE, ...... JAMES J. AYERS, SUPT. STATE PRINTING.

]884.



REPORT.



Department of Public Instruction, )
Sacramento, September 14, 1884. j

To his Excellency George Stoneman, Governor of California :

Sir: I have the honor herewith to submit to your Excellency the
report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for the school
year ending June 30, 1883, and the school year ending June 30, 1884,



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