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There is no place to confine him but the hospital, and that part
of the building should be kept for the care of the sick.

There are three other prisoners now bordering on insanity
and provision should be made for their care. One of these
men, who is serving a life term, attempted suicide on the 15th
day of August, 1899, by hanging, but was cut down in time to
save his life.

Daniel Boone, after an attempt to throw one of the guards
over the railing on the fourth floor of the cell hall



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committed suicide by cutting his throat with a small
piece of his cell bucket, which he had broken in pieces. Not
more than a half hour had elapsed siace he had been last
visited, when he was found dead with his throat cut.

One insane prisoner has been removed to the government
asylum at the city of Washington, D. C, and one to the state
asylum at Yankton.

April 14, 1900, Antone Reincounter, a government prisoner,
was admitted. He was an Indian, so nearly dead with the
consumption when receive(J that it was necessary to help him
up the stairs to the prison. There was absolutely no hope for
him, and on the 7th day of May, 1900, he died.

There have been several complicated and successful oper-
ations performed in the past year, only two of which I will
make mention at this time. J. D. Reddington had been suffer-
ing with a pain in his side for several years ; on close examin-
ation I decided to perform an operation, land found a diseased rib.
This was of long standing and badly necrosed. I resected
four inches of the rib, and the patient has made a complete
recovery. J. H. Allen, a government prisoner, has suffered
with a severe case of appendicitis. The pus was found in the
peritoneal cavity, among the intestines ; an aperture was in the
large intestine that would admit the index finger. This case
was considered a hopeless one, but all the skill and attention
that it was possible to bring was used, and today the patient
is a comparatively well man.

I want to suggest that something be done to remedy the
obnoxious system of sewerage that is in use in the cell hall.
This will cost some money, but will be the means of prevent-
ing a spread of some contagious disease that at some future
day will carry off many of the inmates here. When these men
empty their night buckets in the place they sleep and near
where they eat, the stench is intolerable and should be abated.
I also think it unwise as well as a disease breeder to have
these men compelled to sleep two in a cell where there is
hardly room for the two to undress without one inflicting on
the rights of the other. It is not conducive to health, morals
or decency. Yours truly.

Dr. W. F. Keller.



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EEFOBT OF ENOINEEB.



In compliance with your request for a report of the condi-
tions in my department of the prison, which includes the light-
ing, sewerage, steam and water systems of the institution, I
must state in addition to the present conditions, also the condi-
tion in which I found this department when I took charge of
the same. While I feel that the several different systems are
now in a condition to be successfully operated for several years
at a small cost, and with but little if any great changes, with
the increasing population that is inevitable, there will come the
time when all the department will have to be thoroughly reno-
vated.

Had the proper attention been paid to this part of the
prison in former years a great deal of the expense that has
been incurred under your administration would have been
avoided. Upon taking charge here I made a careful search for
the plans of the steam, sewerage, and water plant, but as yet
have never been able to find anything of the kind. This has
caused a great loss of time and means in repairing and relaying
the water mains, which were nearly worn out. but has practically
been laid over with new pipe. A careful survey should
be made of the sewerage, so that in case of any blockage it could
be immediately removed, as a delay might be dangerous to the
health of all the occupants of the institution. When I took
charge I found that the fire protection was useless. Both of the
hydrants were out of order, and in case a fire had broken out
the whole place would have been at the mercy of the flames.
This has been carefully repaired and today there is, with the
possible exception of a sufficient quantity of hose, a good satis-
factory protection. We have been to the expense of buying
very near a full outfit of tools, in the engine room, as the for-
mer engineer claimed to own about the whole outfit. I did not
deem it a part of my duty to buy that which the state, in my
opinion, should have to do their own work with, and in conse-
quence the state now owns its own tools. The boilers were in
as poor a condition as it was possible for them to be and do any
work at all. They have been fully overhauled at a great ex-
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an insurance company would keep the risk on the boilers when
they were in the dangerous condition that they were. In addi-
tion, the expense was much more than necessary had the boil-
ers been properly attended to. The steam heating plant has
been completed and at no extra expense other than the cost of
the pipes and radiators that it was needed to finish the same
with. The smoke stack has been replaced on the pump house,
new grates and new flues in the boilers, what old material there
was has been disposed of for the benefit of the state, and the
department is in a first class condition.

H. C. TORREY,

Engineer.



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REPORT OF CLERK.



Sioux Palls, S. D., July 1, 1900.

Hon. John A, Bowler, Warden South Dakota State Penitentiary.

Sir: I have the honor to submit herewith for your consid-
eration a statement of receipts and expenditures, together with
a statistical report of the above institution ;for the period com-
mencing July 1, 1898, and ending June 30, 1900.

Very truly yours,
L. S. Tyler,
Clerk.



SOUTH DAKOTA STATE PENITENTIARY.

CASH SUMMARY JUNE 30. 1899.



Items


Dr.


Ce.


Cash balance on hand July 1, 1898

Received from the U. S. prisoners board

Received from merchandise fund

Received from library fund . .

Gteneral aporoDriation Julv 1. 1898 to June 30. 1899.


$7,058.90

5,805.46

1,263.86

209.25

28.000.00




Paid from general appropriation during the year

Paid from U. S. fund durincr they^ar

Paid from merchandise fund during the year


$28,000.00




11,604.75
2,061.98


Paid from library fund during th^* year




665.82


Cash balance on hand June 30, 1899 . . .




4 94








Total


$42,337.47


$42,387.47





CASH SUMMARY, JUNE 30, 1900.



ItemB


Dr.


Ce.


Cash balance on hand July 1, 1900

Received from the U. S. prisoners board :


$4 94

5,269143

2,021.59

292.90

27,500.00




Received for merchandise fund




Received for library fund




General appropriation during the year

Paid from general appropriation during the year

Paid from U. 8. fund during the year


$27,499.28

5,271.35

2,022.60

293 70


Paid from merchandise fund




Paid from library fund




Balance expanded from general appropriation .




.72


Cash balance on hand June 30, 1900




121




$35,088.86




Total


$35,088.86





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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.
DiSBURSMENTS.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1898 to June 30,

1899.



Date.


>


To Whom and foe What Issubd.


Amount.


Fond.


July tf^sik


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

li'

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21


Pav roll officers and emoloyees


1853.33
6.40
12 40
14.57
15.75
16.80
23.70
30.60
39.00
44.00
52.96
64.64
72.65
87.30
89.30
108.99
131.10
297.08
243.25
14.85
24.86


SalariAfl






Chas.Arndt shoeing

L. J. Gilbert, nets


Maint^


mance




Sioux Falls lumber Co., Lumber

M. Gerin, croceries






Chas. Look, meat












A. H. Stites, drugs






C. H. VlLcent, hardware






J. C Morsran. medical attendance






Wm. Van Eps, dry goods

Ramsej' Bros . shoes






T. J. Fosdick, clothing

Freese & Rhode, dry goods






Cascade Mill Co., flour






E. Larson, twine

N. E. Phillips, cash advanced "

N. E. PhilUps. cash advanced

Freese & Rhode, groceries






J W. Sheridan & Co., coal


Fuel and lUrht




Standard Oil Co., oil






Total






$2,348.33















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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.
Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date.



Aafirostl898



§1



To Whom and What for Isstted.



Amount brought forward

Pay roll, ofUcers and employes.

J. W. Tuthill Lumber Co., lumber

Cbas. Amdt, shoeing

R. G. Parmerly & Bro., brick

L. J. Gilbert, nets

C. H. Vmcent, hardware

J. C. Morgan, medical attendance

M. Gerin, fruit ».

Wm. VanEps, dry goods

E. S. Tresidder, shoes

T. J. Fosdick, clothing

Freese & Rhode, dry goods

Cascade Mill Co., flour

McCormick Harvester Co., binder

Freese & Rhode, dry goods

McGregor, Sailor & Co., tobacco. .
N. E. Philips, cash advanced

J. W. Sheridan & Co.. coal

Total



Amount



$2,348 33
953 33
4
6 40
8 95
8 95

13 93

14 00
14 83
22 44
32 50
49 20
58 29
72 20

137 79
204 59
256 00
256 35
25:^90
764
210 30



$4,934 58



Fund



Salaries
Maintenance



Fuel and light



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Disbursements — Continued.

aeral Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,
1899.



To Whom 4nd What foe Issubd.



Amount brongrht forward

Pay roll, ofiScere and employes

J. W. Tuthill Lumber Co., lumbt*r
H. G. Parmprly & Bro., lime

Q TT TTl . U__J_^j.^

W if

M

J. attendant .

CI

E.

E.

A. ?

Ri

J. fS

Ci r

T. ?

Fi aods

flrroceries

N. E. Philips, cash advanced

Standard Oil Co., oil ^, '.'.'... .

J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal

Total



Amount



$4,984 58

953 33

390

660

850

888

U 55

12 00

12 40

19 50

22 49

30 35

31 89
.57 30

71 20

73 85

83 39

258 41

303 23

109 70

21 60

335 62



$7,370 11



Fund



Salaries
Maintenance



Fuel and light



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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

Prom Greneral Appropriation from July 1, 1898 to June 30.

1899.





J


Date.




Oct. 1888


1




2




3




4




5




6




7




8




9




10




11




12




13




14




15




16




17




18




19




20




21




22




28



To Whom And W/bat For Ishubd.



Amount bn »aght forward

Pay roll ofiScers aud employes

Rummell Bros., nails

C. V. BecK , sh« e'mg

C. H Vincent, hardware

Sioax Falls i amber Co.. lumbc r ...
J. Q. Morgan, medical attendance . . .

A. H. Stifes, drugs

Wm. VanEps, dry good<«

F. W. Taylor, hardware

j^ T _. J -rinir carriage .

B

Li ng carriage.. .

R

E,

E,

Cj t

T. g

F] :oods

F] iries

N lyanced ....

N Ivanced

St

J. . coal



Total.



Amonnt.



;,370.11

953.33

5.80

7.80

14.34

14.95

18.00

19.90

20.4()

23.50

25.00

27.39

30.00

32.10

49.60

55.35

92.25

110.60

131. OJ

263.81

238.91

339.85

40.40

203.67



$10,088.11



Fund.



Salaries.
Mc^intt'uance.



Fuel aud light



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Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date.



Nov. 1888



o
>



To Whom And What Fob Issdbd.



Amount brougrht forward

Pay roll officers and employes

Cascade Mill Co., feed

J. C. Morgan, medical attendance.

A. J. Yeager, repairing

Chas. Arndt, shoeing

Chas. Look, meat

C. H. Vincent, hardware

Wm. VanEps, dry goods

L. J. Gilbert, robes and blankets. . .

M. Gerin, fruit

Freese & Rhode, dry goods

E. 8. Tresidder, shoes

J. Steensen & Son, drugs

T. J. Fosdick, clothing

McGregor, Sailor'& Co., tobacco . .

Freese & Hhode, groceries

N . E . Phillips, cash advanced

J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal

Total



Amount.



$10,



,088.11

953.33

6.68

8.00

8.25

15.00

20.95

36.65

41.28

41.35

43.08

49.55

58.95

65 20

167.85

264.00

274.44

793.40

390.26



$13,326.33



Fund.



Salaries.
Maintenance



Fuel and light



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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

Pro 01 Greneral Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date.


o
>


Dec.


1898.


1

2

8



11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18



To Whom and What poe Issued.



It forward

d empioyeb

oes

cal attend a DCij .

''S'i

iroods

itter

)S

i

•y goods

)ment Co., wagua

[ware

hing .

oceries

1 advanced

il

o.,coal

Total



Amount.



$13,326.33

953.33

8.60

10.00

11.20

19.50

19.86

22.05

34.40

36.25

43.80

47.24

.'>4.00

60.43

98 60

269.62

1,507.85

45.69

636.92



$17,205.67



Fund.



Salaries.
Maintenance.



Fuel and light.



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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date


ti




o




P>


Jan. 1899


1




2




3




4




5




6




7




8




9




10




11




12




13




14




15



To Whom and What foe Issdbd



Amount brought forward . . .
Pay roll, officers and employes.

L. J. Gilbert, repairs

Sioux FaliS Lumber Co., lumbe.

Carl Look, meat

E. S. Tresidder, shoes

O. W Stanley, doctoring horsoa

Ramsey Bros., shoes

Wm. VanEps, dry goods

( ). H. Vincent, hardware

Freese & Rhode, dry goods

M. Gerin, butter

T. J. Fosdick, clothiutj

Freese & Rhode, dry ^oodb

N. E. Philips, cash advanced. . .
J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal

Total



Amount



$17,



205 67

970 00

4 75

7 56
860

8 30
13 0()
20 25
25 15
33 72
51 02
51 H4

lUl 85
279 58
461 23
152 68



$19,395 70



Fund



Salaries
Maintenance



Fuel and light



SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIAEY.

Disbursements — Continued.

Prom Greneral Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date


"§6








>


Feb. 1899


1




2




3




4




5




5




7




8




9




10




11




12




13




14




15




16




17



To Whom and What fob Issued.



Amount brought forward .
Pay roll, officers and employes

W. H. Hfiss, Jr., butter

Ramsey Bros., shoes

Chas. Arndt, shoeing

Wm. VanEps, dry goods

C. F. Beck, shoeing ,

H. Vincent, hardware

Cascade Mill Co., bran

J. G. Strahon, ice

E. S. Tresidder, shoes

M. Gerin, butter

Freese & Rhode, dry goods

T. J. Fosdick, clothing

N. E. Philips, cash advanced. . .

Freese & Rhode, groceries

Standard Oil Co., oil

J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal

(

Total



Amount



$19,395 70

970 00

5 50

8

13 20

13 85

14 40
16 59
18 05
25 00
31 20
59 05
82 31

100 70
198 36
277 99
33 07
460 98



$21,724 80



Fund



Salaries
Maintenance



Fuel and liffht



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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June .30,

1899.



Data


o

>
1

2
8
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
13
14
15
16


To Whom awd What fob Issued.


Amount


Fund




Amount brought forward


$21,724 80
970 00
10 00
1150
14 49
14 78
16 44

19 70
23 65
26 88
85 10
39 17
4135
77 60

112 51
163 80
239 73

20 50
250 38




March 1899


Pay roll, officers and employes


Salariea




J. C. Morgan, medical attendance

O. W. Stanley, doctorin^^ horses


Maint<


»nance




Freese A, Rhode, dry ffoods






M. Gerin, frait






E. Larson, hardware






A. " — "






W Is






Bi

E.






(3, re.






E.






T.






N, ^anc*>d












Freese A Rhode, g^roceries






Standard Oil Co., oil


Fuel and light




J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal






Total






$23,812 38











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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date


-§0
>


To Whom and What fob Issued. ,


Amount


Fund




2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
28
29
30
31
32
34
35
36
37


Amount brougrht forward


$26,167 26
540
18 85
5 40
14 50
28 96
60 22

18 10
31 68
21 85

5 75
9 90
290
244

13 50

19 50
594 00

2465

14 80
550

10 84

13 60

7 90

5 20

5 75

10 50

46 35

10 00

250 60

600

57 77

157 10

34 32

19 06




May 1899


Brown & Scenger, stationety


Maintenance






W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams






Chas. Arndt, Bhoeing






H. C. Bright, plow






C. H. Vincent, hardware






Sionz Falls Lumber Co., lumber






E S. Tresidder, shoes.'






McGr^or & Sailor, tobacco






Morstad & Christopherson, clothing ....
The Other Shoe Store, shoes






SI






SI vare






Ci >nery






...






H






B r






^ :::...:......






H mber






L rugs






H I






c ^::::::::::::::::.






A:






J.






Id






J, ndance






J. ,d






O






P c


Fuel and light




J






E






J id






Total






$27,700 15





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Disbursements — Continued.

Prom General Appropriation from July 1, 1898, to June 30,

1899.



Date.


3
4

5
6
7
8
9
10
11


To Whom and What fob Issued.


Amount.


Fund.




Amount brought forward


$27,700 15

35.85

17.40

27.90

44.60

994

10.75

106.05

' 20.97

26.89




June


1899


L. Bauch, meat

A. K, Pay, paint and paper


Maintenance.




Wm. VanEps, dry goods












J. A. Bowler, cash advanced

H. E. Parker, wood

J. W.Sheridan & Co., coal

Stallman Hardware Co. , hardwari-

J. A. Bowler, cash advanced


Fuel and light.
Maintenanae.




Total






$28,000.00















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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued

Prom Greneral Appropriation from July 1, 1899, to June 30,

1900.



Date.


ii


To Whom and What foe Issued.


Amount.


Fund.


July 1899


1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

40

41

42

43

44


Pay roll officers and employei

Bee Hive, g^roceries


$1,104.99
70.07
35.65

1.20
31.30

5.90

228.13

19.00

5.50
19.85

5.60
20.60

3.40
25.62
60.70

3.05
34.25
79.98
21.90
238.45

325
26.00
13.95
30 37

2.35
44.15
54.05

1 00
33.50

1.38

32.00

11.59

21.40

265.40

226.55

3.50

2.50
65.77


Salaries.
Maintenance.




The Other Shoe Store, sheep








E. J. Daniels, dry goods

J. W. Werner, clothing

W. J. Andrews, groceries






Hansom & Newell, f^roceries






Standard OU Co., oil

C.F. Beck, shoeing

L.J. Gilbert, repairs.

Cotton & Carlson, shoeing






(^has. Amdt shoeing ....






Sionx Falls Tannery jleather






Stallman Hardware Co., hardwarp

L. T. Dunning Drug Co., drugs






C. H. Vinceht, hardware






Dr. J. Steensen & Son, drugs






L. Bauch, meat






Cochran & Sammons, grocerfps

Carl Look, meat

Kuh Bros., brooms






W. F. Keller, medical attendance






•p ^^ UC-i-i ! t lA.






^






B: irr

U

M 1, clothing






F






^






P I

L






H imber






C,

J. Bd






J. 1


[Fuel and light.
Maintenance.




Ci




I r::.:.::;:::::.:






Total






S2353.85















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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1899, to June 30,

1900.



Date



Oct. 1899



To Whom and What fob Issued.



»Df clothingr-



lumber.



Amount brouf^ht forward

Pay roll, officers and employes

McKinney & Allen, rent of land

E. Larson, hardware

Stallman Hardware Co., hardware.

C H. Vincent,

Olson and Detlie, repairs

Frank Sechper, * * '

(3^..__ «.^__i u„.._^

c:

L

JW
M

B
J.
H

G

R ies

W

M icco

J<

E

^

J. -.. ^,,« ,

H. E. Parker, grain sacks

The Other Shoe Store, shoes

N. W. Telephone Co., service

Dunning Drug Co., drugs

J. Sttensen & Son,

Dr. A. Zetlitz, two surprical operations.
Dr. W. F. Keller, medical attendance. .

F. O. Gibbrt, freiffht on sheep

James Keenan, beef cattle

H. N. Oates, four cows

E.J.Sharon, "

J. A. Bowler, cash adyanced

Frank Richardson, oil

H. E. Parker, wood

J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal

J. A. Bowler, cash advanced

Paul Brende, live steers



Total.



$13,424 39



Fund



Salaries
Maintenance



Fuel and light
Maintenance



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SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

DiSBURSEMENTS — Continued.

From General Appropriation from Julyl, 1899, to June 30,

1900.





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To Whom and What fob Issued.



Amount brought forward

Pay roll officers and t^mployes

W. F. Keller, medical attendance. . .

H. W. Ross Lumber Co., lumber

Chas. Look, meat

L. Bauch, meat

John Powers, turkeys

The Other Shoe Stor<', shoes

F. W. Pettigrew, blankets

J. W. Werner, clothing

Morstad & Christopherson, clothing

Jewett Brog. & Jev^ett, tobacco

McGregor & Farley, tobacco —

W. G. George, printing

Brown & Sa«nger, stationery

L. J. Gilbert, repairs

Frank Sechser, repairs

H. E. Olstad, r.'pairs

Cascad" Mill Co., bran and wire

Stallman Hardware Co., hardware.

E. Larson, hardware

C. H. Vincent, hardware

Jonah .Jones, corn shcller ,

Chat". Arndt, shoeing

C. F Beck, shoeing

Dunning Drug Co., drugs

J. Steensen & Son, drugs

Wm. VanEps, dry goods

Ransom & Newell, groceries

M. Gnrin, groceries

W. J Andrews, groceries

J. A. Bowler, cash advanced

standard Oil Co., nil

J. W. Sheridan & C"., coal

Pank«>w Bros., boiler room material.

Frank Richardson, oil

H. E. Parker, wood

J. A. Bowler, cash advanced

Total :



Amount.



$13,42 i.J«

1,109.99

30.00

130 71

92.79

29.92

36.00

14.33

69.20

23.45

24.45

31.68

39.60

15.75

1.15

5.40

.85

2.45

17.42

32.92

34.46

7.15

6.50

17.00

12.00

42.30

38.30

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188.70

76.:^3

72.25

155.76

20.90

672.42

116 56

16.00

13.42

76.40



$16,728.76



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Maintenance.



Fuel an(



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Maintenance.



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98



Sixth Biennial Report of the



SOUTH DAKOTA PENITENTIARY.

Disbursements — Continued.

From General Appropriation from July 1, 1899, to June 30,

1900.



Date



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Stallman Hardware Co., hardware..

Frank Sechser, repairs

Cotton & Carlson, shoeing ,

L. J. Gilbert, repairs

C. W. Reynolds, wire

J. A. Bowler, cash advanced

H. E. Parker, wood

Standard Oil Co., oil

J. W. Sheridan & Co., coal

J. A Bowler, cash advanced

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