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improvement.

There has been no lack of attention to the spiritual wants
of all our household, which we encourage in all respects;
not only on moral ground, but as an aid to the discipline.

Rev. C. E. Walker of the Hartwell Presbyterian Church,
Rev. Father Berthold of the St. Francis Church, Rev. W. H.
Wehrly of the Methodist Church, Chas. F. Basford of the
Christian Endeavor, Rev. Geo. Goebel of the Elmwood
German Lutheran Church, and many missionaries devoted
much time to the comfort of inmates.



Very respectfully submitted,

MICHAEL HEISTER,

Superintendent,



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Report of Assistant Superintendent



To the Honorable Board of Public Service :

Gentlemen, — I respectfully submit to you the annual
report of the Outdoor Poor Department, together with tabu-
lated forms, showing the relief extended in the various
districts within the corporate limits.

The officers in charge of this department have had the
pleasure of assisting some into homes, for others have found
work, and again helping afflicted ones into the various state
institutions for which they were specially fitted, all of which
has added materially to the importance and increase of our
labors.

Each winter season brings with it a number of new faces
seeking the usual allowance of coal and provisions. This
would, on first impression, lead us to believe that poverty is
increasing ; however, this is not the fact, but attributable
more to the natural cause arising from the knowledge of the
modus operandi of obtaining these benefits, and the delay to
the last moment of bending the pride to the yoke of charity.

There were paid to the indigent blind, in two install-
ments, $7,135. The number partaking of this relief was
137. The enactment of this law has made this work the
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year. Precaution is necessary in the bestowing of this truly
worthy relief, as it can be most vilely abused if the intent
of the law is not literally carried out, and grants bestowed
merely to suit the conspicuous individual.

An essential adjunct to the articles of relief would be that
of shoes, as I find a great many very deserving persons who
are deprived of an opportunity to seek work during the
inclement weather, and this assistance would alleviate con-
siderable distress and sickness, and leave those persons in a
position by which they could use their small earnings to
good advantage.

With due regard for the kind assistance rendered me

in the discharge of my duties by your honorable body, I

remain.

Very respectfully,

EDWARD HORSTMAN,

Sufenniendeni O. £>. P. Rtlkf,



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Infirmary Department 1087



Report of the Physician.



Hartwell, Ohio, January i, 1902.

Michael Heister, Jr., Superintendent:

Dear Sir, — Please find herewith a statement showing
the work which has been done in the Medical Department
of the Infirmary during the year ending December 31, 1901.

This material has been arranged with reference to the
bearing it may have upon the methods established for the
care of those who make this institution their home.

It may be observed that we have had fewer ailments of
the digestive system, and a much better state of general
health than in former years. This, I believe, may fairly be
credited to the care which has been taken in the selection
of food and its preparation.

The mortality list herewith transmitted shows the causes
which have carried off our people at about the average rate
per annum.

I congratulate you on the prospect of having the plumbing
and closets restored to a sanitary condition, and particularly
on the establishment of a suitable place for receiving and
preparing inmates for admission to their respective wards.

In an institution like this the matter of personal cleanli-
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will be cloudy and their condition altogether unhappy. Let
us give to these poor people as great a sense of well-being as
possible. As a result, much will have been done for them.

The ordinary bath-tub is not suitable for the use of old
and infirm people. They are not able to perform the labor
of bathing themselves. In all that pertains to them they
need a nurse's care. At regularly appointed times they
should be bathed and properly clothed.

When your receiving place is provided you will be better
able to control the bathing requirements, and more satis-
factory results will follow.

With best wishes for the welfare of the Infirmary and for
your success as Superintendent, I remain yours,

Respectfully submitted,

JOHN M. ADAMS,

Physician,



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CLASSIFIED STATEMENT

Showing the Number of Oaaea of each Disease recorded by the Physician.

Diseases affecting the Respiratory Organs —

Pneumonitis 6

Bronchitis 8i

Latyngitis 3

Pleuritis 4

Asthma lo

Phthisis pulmonalis i6

Influenza ii6

Diseases affecting the Digestive Organs —

Dyspepsia 86

Gastritis 62

Pharyngitis 16

Enteritis 9

Hepatitis. 3

Hepatic congestion 27

Diarrhoea 58

Diseases affecting the Nervous System —

Neurasthenia, *. 9

Neuralgia 52

Paralysis 29

Epilepsy 11

Locomotor ataxia 4

Cerebral embolism 4

Cerebral congestion 2

Dementia *. 12

Diseases affecting the Skin —

Uticaria 4

Ulcers 10

Dermatitis 2

Eczema 6

Erythema 9

Intertrigo 2

Pruritis 4

Herpes 3

Prurigo 3

Ringworm 2

Seborrhcea 2

Carbuncle 3

Acne rosacea i



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Organic Affections of the Heart 44

Affections of the Eyes 2}

Affections of the Ears lo

General —

Nephritis lo

Cystitis 23

General Diseases and Conditions— Unclassified —

Pericarditis i

Rheumatism 70

Debility 74

Cancer 4

Synovitis 2

Erysipelas 5

Gangrene i

Tumors 4

Abscess 13

Hydrocele 2

Hemorrhoids 10

Contractions of tendons 2

Cellulitis 2

Hernia 15

Fistula 2

Fracture of femur 3

Fracture of tibia 1

Fracture of clavicle . . i

Dislocation of shoulder 2

Sprain of ankle 2

Contusion of hip 2

Contusion of scalp 4

Contusion of hand 4

Diabetes i

Corea '. i

Orchitis i

Burns 2

Arthritis deform 2

Aneurism of aorta i

Apoplexy 5



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MORTALITY LIST.

Setting forth the Name, Age, and Oauae of Death of those who Died in
the Oity Infirmary dorlnff the Tear 1901.



Date
of Death.


Name.'


Age.


Nativity.


Gaose of Death.


Jan 8


John Stone


68 years.
32 "

71 "
65 '•
80 "

110 "
46 ••

64 "

78 years.
55 ••

60 ••
67 "

65 "

64 "
67 "
57 "
78 ••
67 •«

72 "

75 years.
67 "

83 "
72 "
50 '•

59 ••

61 "
55 "
72 "
80 "

60 "

61 ••

77 •'

78 •'
54 "

66 "

72 "

85 years.
78 ••

76 "
80 "

65 "

73 "

77 "

84 ••

74 "
40 ••

80 "

66 "

81 ••
70 '•
64 "


United States...
United States...
United Stetes...
Ireland


Paralysis.
Gangrene.
Enteritis.
Phthisis.


6
" 19
" 21


Nellie Griffiths.

Kate Sweitzer

Patrick Armstrong. . .
Eliza Rnth


•1 21


Germany

United States...
United States...
Germany

United States...

Ireland

United SUtes...

Ireland

Ireland


RmnAhltils.


.1 23
1. 24
" 26

Feb. 5
6

7
•• 9
'* 10


Lucinda TairlopCcord)

Jennie Sullivan

Peter Wagner

David Campbell

Patrick J. Donavan. .
Elisabeth Ireland....

Michael Smith

Edward Kelley

Martha A. Flood

Robt.Qolng8(cord)..

Anole Kraemer

Fred. Lasch


Bronchitis.
Cerebral embolism.
Erysipelas.

Diarrhoea.

Pneumonia.

Exhaustion.

Nephritis.

Valvular disease of heart


" 14
.. 21
II 23
'• 24


England

United Stetes...
United Stetes...

.Germany

Germany

Ireland


Exhaustion, paralysis.
Nephritis.
Hepatltla.
Bronchitis.


•• 25
II 27


John Decker

Marf McCarthy

JohnM.Medary

Jere. Stowers (ool'd). .
John M.Galloway.,..

William Cosby

Mary Hicks


Influenza.
Bronchitis.


Mar. 4

6

•' 6

" 11

«' 12


United Stetes...
United Stetes...
United Stetes. . .
United Stetes...
United Stetes...
United Stetes...
United Stetes...
United Stetes . .

Germany

England.


Pueumonte.

Bronchitis.

Apoplexy.

Phthisis.

Pneumonia.

Pneumonia.

Erysipelas.

Bronchitis.


•I 12

•• 14
.. 17

.< 17
** 22


Edward Dorsey (coPd)
MalIndaMo8by(col'd)
Maria Williams (ool'd)

Henry Langkuhl

Robert Lee


•♦ 25
•« 26
II 28
•1 28


Frank Brockman ....
Washington Allen . . .
Snsan Taylor (cord). .
Mitry Siren


United Stetes-..
United Stetes...
United Stetes...
Ireland


Phthisis.
Phthisis.
Bronchitis.
Cancer


" 28
" 28
" 29


Joseph Glaub

Daniel Lawson (col'd)
Louis Stout


United Stetes...
United Stetes...
Germany

Germany

United Stetes...

Ireland

United Stetes. . .
United Stetes...
United Stetes...

Germany

United Stetes...

Ireland

United Stetes...
Ireland .


Pneumonia.
Cerebral embolism.
Valvular disease of hearL


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" 4
II 5


Gottfried Hauer

William Robertson . .

William Kane

Nancv Acker


Bronchitis.

Valvular disease of heart

Paralysis.

Hepatitis.

Phthisis.

Bronchitis.

GastroenteritiB.

Bronchitis.

Abdominal tumor.

Diarrhoea.

Diarrhoea


" 8
» 9
" 9
" 16
•• 16
" 16
II 21


Thomas Hayes

Dennis Mahoney

Vincent Koenlg

Caroline Fredrick ....
Emily Z.Ashford....

Bella Qaintin

MarvKellev


•• 22
•* 28


William Brown

Catherine Smith

Thomas Ernst

John Boulger


Valvular disease of heart

Cystitis.

Enteritis.

Phthisis.


.1 24
II 27


United Stetes...
Ireland











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MORTALITY Ll&r— Continued,



Date
of Death.


Name.


Age.


Nativity.


Cause of Death.


May 2

•• 2

♦• 2

8

4

*• 5


Katie Weishaupt.....
Margaret SuUiTau. . . .
RobI Williams (col'd)
M. Jemiffan (col'd) ..

AdolphOrtman

Frank W. Hoover....

Oliver Thomas

Eli2a Davis (col'd)....

John H.Funk

John Joseph Nehls. . .

Tabltha Petit


70 years.
78 •'

49 ••

68 •*
81 ••

63 "
72 *•
78 "

71 "
78 ••

52 years.

71 "
60 "

69 •*

83 ••
60 "

70 years.

84 "

77 '•
76 ••
60 "

74 ••
60 "
48 ••

55 "

72 ••

78 "
90 "

69 years.

79 ••

75 **

64 "

66 '•

56 "

80 •"
87 ••

72 years.
60 "
72 "
84 "

70 ••

83 •'
90 "

69 ••
60 "
58 ••

54 years.

70 *'

62 •'

75 years.

69 ••
68 ••

84 ••

70 ••
79 »•
79 "

63 ••

64 **

60 years.

65 ••

67 ••

50 "


Germany

United States...
United States...
United States...

Germany

Wales


Bronchliia.

Phthisis.

Nephritis.

Aneurism of aorta.

Bronchitis.

Phthisis.


•* 6

" 22
" 23
" 29

June 1
2

" 5
7
7

•• 16

July 5
•• 7


United States...
United Sutes...

Germany

Germany

United States...

Germany

Germany

United States...

Germany ;

United States...

United States. . .
Ireland


CysUtis.

Cerebral embolism.

Nephritis.

Diarrhoea.

Valvnlar dlapajie of hcAit.


Pred. Knleben

Joseph Wlnsler

Charles Smith

JohnQ. Eckert

Asbury Posey (col'd).

Charles Elk


Cerebral embolism.

Valvular disease of heart

Valvular disease of heart

Enteritis.

Valvular disease of heart.

Phthisis


RoseQuinliQ

Mary Creden


Diarrbouu


M Y


Ireland


Bronchitis, chronic


" 12


Catherine Rearden...
Anna Naden


Ireland


Cerebral embolism.


II i-j


Ireland


ApoplexT.
Bronchitis, chronic
Phthisis.

Chronic gastritis.
Diarrhoea.
KiUed on railroad.
Nephritis, Bright's.
Gastritis.


•• 18
•« 21
" 26
•' 26
*' 27
** 29
*• 80


Charles F. Klein

Martin J. HofltaiaQ...

James A. Price

Henry Jordan

John Becker

John Henry Maess...
John Casting


Germany

Germany

United States. ■ .

Germany

Gern^any

Germany

Germany

Ireland


Aug. 1

** 6

•• 6

8

•• 12


James QiU

Catherine Schroeder.

Katie Forand

John W.Stifler

WiHiam Cahlll

John H. Schepman . .
AnnCahill


Valvular disease of heart


Germany

Ireland

United States...
Ireland


Valvular disease of heart

Apoplexy.

Tuberculoais.

Chronic gastritla.

Tuberculosis.

Diarrhoea.


*• 16
'* 20


United States. . .

Ireland

United States...

Germany

Germany

England

Germany

Ireland .........


" 30

Sept. 2

8

•• 16

•• 16

** 22


James O.Oliver

Fred. Schoenberger..

Louise Hogrefe

William S. Price

Catherine Unger

Marv Haloin ....


Diarrhoea.

Enteritis.

Enteritis.

Valvular dlseaae of heart

Senile debUity.

DiarrhoBR


'• 24
" 25
•• 25
" 27
" 29

Oct. 16

•* 23


Oweu Keheal

Jane Baumgrass

Patrick Leonard

Ellen McAllister

Jas. Lipscomb (col'd).

Dietrich Junge

Martin Hanley

Jas. Williams (col'd).

Ferdinand Storck....

Michael Gronin

James Doran


Ireland

United States...

Ireland

United States...
United States...

Ireland


Bronchitis.
Accidental shociL
Valvular disease of heart
Nephritis, chronic.
Paralysis.

Cancer.

Valvular disease of heart


♦• 29

Nov. 1
" 5


United States. . .

(Jermany

Ireland


GastriUs.

PneumoDia.
Killed on railroad


'* 6


Ireland


Paralysis.

Killed on railroad


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John Kellv


Ireland


•• 18
•' 21
•• 22
" 28


Sophia Bossinger

Helena Llsterman —

Fred. Dletrlck

Patrick Harding

Frances King (col'd).

Andrew Gutzweller. .

John Ackerman

Charles D. Mulvey...
Peter Caldwell (col'd)


Germany

Germany

(Germany

Ireland ,....-...


Apoplexy.

Valvular disease of h«rt

Pericarditis.

Bronchitis.


" 30

Dec. 16
" 21
" 26


United States...

Germany

Germany

Ireland


Paralysia.

Nephritis, chronic.

Bronchitis.

Enteritis.


" 30


United States...


Panl}-sia.



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Report of the Storekeeper.



Hartwell, Ohio, January i, 1902.
Mr. Michael Heister, Jr.,

Superintendent City Infirmary:

Sir, — I have the honor to submit for your consideration
my annual report as Storekeeper of the City Infirmary for
the year 1901. It shows a tabulated statement of articles
made by inmates, garden products, and products of the farm.
Tables No. i. No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4, respectively, will
show the year of admission, the nativity, the age, and the
number of males and females, white and colored.
Very respectfully submitted,

JOHN J. SCHOTT,

Storekeeper.



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TABLB No. 1.
Showing the Tear of Admission remaining December 81, 1901.



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1865 2

1866 I

1870 I

1871 2

1874 2

187s 2

1876 3

1881 3

1882 4

1883 2

1884 6

1885 9

1886 II

1887, 10

1888 9



1889 II

1890 12

1891 34

1892 22

1893 32

1894 22

1895 55

1896 55

1897 64

1898 70

1899 66

1900 124

1901 205

Total 840



TABLB No. 2.
Showing Nativity of Inmates remaining December 81, 1901.



United Stotes 285

Germany 250

Ireland 263

England 22

France 3

Scotland 3

Unknown 2

Hungary I



Austria

Greek

Canada

Switzerland .
Sweden



ToUl 840



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TABLB No. 8.
Showln^r the A^ of Inmates remaining December 81, 1901.



Under 12 months. . .

From I to 2 years
** 2 to 10 **
** 10 to 20 *•
** 20 to 30 •*
** 30 to 40 **
•* 40 to 50 •*



2
5

35
85



From 50 to 60 years 173

** 60 to 70 ** 279

** 70 to 80 ** 190

" 80 to 90 *• 64

** 90 to ICO ** 7

Total 840



TABLB No. 4.

Showing* the Number of Kales and Females, White and Colored,
remaining December 81, 1901.

Adults, male, white 539

** female, white 253

** male, colored 26

*• female, colored 22

Total 840



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1096 Annual Report



SHOWING THE AMOUNT OF PROVISIONS ISSUED FOR THE YEAR I9OI.

Apples (evaporated ), pounds 2,651

Baking-powder, pounds 335

Barley, pounds 540}

Bacon, pounds 61S

Beans (navy), pounds 7,069

Beans (lima), pounds 2,64$

Brooms 412

Brushes, scrub 282

Butter, pounds 171696

Chicory (ground), pounds 1,424

Coifee (roasted), pounds i»,732

Crackers, pounds 1,523

Eggs,- dozen 2, 160

Flour, pounds. 190,120

Hams, pounds 1,886

Hominy (flake), pounds 2,733

Lard, pounds 4,272

Lye (concentrated), small boxes 1,141

Macaroni, pounds 1,813

Matches, boxes 1,342

Meat (fresh), pounds 257.755

Molasses, gallons 3,755

Mops ■• 450

Mustard (ground), pounds 321

Pork -and shoulders, pounds 3,500

Prunes, pounds 2,878

Peas (whole and split), pounds 6,066

Pepper (ground), pounds i6j

Rolled oats, pounds 2,394

Rice, pounds 3,165

Salt (sacks and barrels), pounds 2,380

Salsoda, pounds 10,264

Soap (white and brown), bars 6,293

Sugar (granulated and brown), pounds 24,521

Starch (laundry-lump), pounds 2,600

Starch (elastic), pounds 96

Scourine, bars 2,412

Tea (Young Hyson and Oolong), pounds 4,339

Tobacco, plugs 25,54^

Vinegar, gallons 581

Wheat, pounds g^

Washing-fluid, gallons 3,900

Yeast, pounds 1,059



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Infirmary Department 1097



CLOTHINO, UNDERWEAR, AND DRESSES MADE BY INMATES.

Aprons, ticking, women's 58

Aprons, gingham, women's 302

Aprons denim, men's 98

Bed-ticks 6

Bonnets, sun, gingham, women's 20

Coats, jeans 4

Coffin-pillows, bleached muslin 75

Chemise, unbleached muslin, women's 249

Chemise, canton flannel, women's 18

Curtains, bleached muslin 28

Caps, night, bleached muslin 46

Drawers, canton flannel, women's 139

Drawers, canton flannel, men's 693

Drawers, unbleached muslin, men's 38

Dresses, cheviot, women's 5

Dresses, denim, women's 5

Dresses, calico, women's 121

Dresses, cloth, children's .' 3

Dresses, gingham, women's 2

Jackets, bleached muslin 10

Night-gowns, Unbleached muslin, women's 180

Overalls, denim, men's 54

Pillow-ticks 52

Pillow-slips, bleached muslin 138

Pants, jeans, men's .* 211

Roller-towels 65

Sheets, bleached muslin 200

Sheets, unbleached muslin 647

Shirts, unbleached muslin, men's 22

Shirts, bleached muslin, men's 4

Shirts, cheviot, men's 901

Shirts, ticking, women's 60

Shams, bleached muslin 12

Sacques, gingham, women's 19

Seed-bags .32

Shrouds, bunting 105

Shirts, flannel, gray, women's 40

Towels, linen, white 198

Towels, unbleached 1,012

Undershirts, canton flannel, men's 546

Vests, jeans 70

Vests, denim 2

Waists, bleached muslin 7



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Annual Report



GARDEN PRODUCTS.

Asparagus, bunches 3*22S

Beets, bushels i la

Cabbage, heads 4f3o6

Cucumbers, dozen 456

Celery, bunches ifO?^

Carrots, bunches 725

Cauliflower, heads 400

Egg-plants, heads 75.

Green onions, bunches 1,191

Green beans, bushels 75

Peas, bushels 82

Horse-radish, bushels 5

Kohlrabi, bunches 252

Kale, bushels 200

Lettuce, heads I9f33i

Lima beans, bushels * 39

Leek, bunches 2,080

Onions, bushels ^ 276

Oyster-plants, bushels 12

Parsnips, bushels 81

Parsley, bunches 2,584

Pumpkins 100

Radishes, bunches 828

Rhubarb, dozen Jjunches 237

Spinach, bushels 346

Shives, dozen bunches 30

Sweet potatoes, bushels 246

Tomatoes, bushels 554

Turnips, bushels 506



HAULING BY OUR TEAMS.

Loads from Hartwell

** Cincinnati

Lockland

** Run

** Carthage



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