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165, 762

634, 873 02, 413, 876 13, 487, 237

631, 004 10, 102, 516

600, 776 10, 594, 406

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605, 231 f1,050, 880

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n locłades expenditure for repairs.

* From Territorial appropriations. O Anjount of school money raised in 1883–'81, but u Total from taxation and Congressional appro. not available fur use until 1884-'85.

priations. Iuelndes expenditure for rent.

v Includes interest paid. 9 Includes income for evening scbools.

w United States census of 1880. * Includes pay of treasurers and district clorks. Total income not reported; amount given is that & From Territorial tax.

reported as expenditure.

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1 Alabama.. 2 Arkansas 3 California 4! Colorado 5 Connecticut 6: Deluware.. 7 Florida 8 Georgia.. 9 Illinois 10 Indiana. 11 Iowa 12 Kansas 13 Kentucky

Louisiana 15 Drino 16 Marylard. 17 Massachusetts. 18 Michigan 19 Minnesota 20 Mississippi 21 Missouri. 22 Nebraska. 23 Nevada... 24 New Hampshire. 25 | New Jersey 26 New York 27 North Carolina 28 Ohio 29 Oregon 30 Pennsylvania. 31 Rhode Island 32 South Carolina. 33 Tennessee 34 Texas 35 Vermont 36 Virginia 37 West Virginia 38 Wisconsin 39 Arizona 40 Dakota .... 41 District of Columbia.

Idaho 43 Montana..

New Mexico..
45 Utah
46 Washington
47 Wyoming
48 Indian :

Cherokecs
Chickasaws
Choctaws.
Creeks
Seminoles

$538, 950

561, 745 3, 364, 224

9:4, 727 1, 852, 221

215, 161 9335, 984

6.33, 808 10, 198. 928 4, 600,000 6, 236. 970 3, 389, 632 1 700, 790

450, 030 n1, 134, 030

1, 745, 258 97, 020, 430 4, 72, 941 2,587, 541

872, 320 4, 261, 572 2, 918, 157

62, 012 613, 199 2, 422. 299 13, 550, 968

1535, 205 10, 093, 938

513, 152 9, 800, 405 r736, 82 n428, 419 1,013,464 t1, 661, 476

u611, 503 1,424, 532

v099.331 3, 300, 455

107, 879
1, 814, 212

581, 534 {
123, 368
3/28, 973
228. 844
9287, 029
y28, 504

81, 730
86, 015

379, 927

70, 103
(n1, 020, 082)
1, 277, 887 301, 751
01, 675, 882 781, 002
j2, 784, 324 835, 135
2, 238, 073

296, 743
2, 306, 539 435, 019
1, 492, 346 617, 020
,318

19,000 446, 841 e86, 616 1,597, 005 402, 798 8, 769,950 1, 521, 495 n416, 197 9237, 406 6,035, 689 2,512, 166 342, 186

39, 195 5, 586, 481 2, 485, 542 7471, 212 r83, 751 n374, 257 n20, 739 876, 229 40, 207 443, 903

99,767 1,060, 621

95, 018 556, 941 129, 640 2,065, 241 660, 291

78, 839 23, 888 500, 081 581, 818 354, 218 114, 125

76, 302 13, 757 y28, 002

y971 142. 895

34, 463 194, 787

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7 70 c6 93

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a In estimating these items, only the interest on s For white schools only.

the amount expended under the head of 'per. 9 Items not all reported.
manent (i.e., Tor sites, buildings, furniture, h Amount of tuition revenue.
libraries, and apparatus) should be added to i l'er capita on total es penditure.
the current expenditure for the year.

į Includes salaries of superintendents. b Includes $21,500, total amount expended for por k Superintendent's estimate for several year past mal schools.

of the nnount of permanent fund when all shall c Estimated by the Bureau, 6 per cent. being the be available.

rato used in casting interest on permanont es. i St: te per capita for white and colored children penditure.

alike, for the school year 1881-85 d Per capita on curent expenses only.

m In the city of New Orleans onls for 1884: po ree Includes amount paid for interest orio cancel debt. port for the remainder of the State.

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3,000,000 16 p22, 062, 235 17 11, 267, 0.56 18 5, 248, 889 19

20 9,488,178 21 3,427,401 22

223, 114 23 2,388, 912 24 6, 350, 807 25 33, 347, 581 26

565, 900 27 27,969, 757 28

1, 160, 433 29 32, 614,446 30 2, 227, 135 31

405, 097 32 1, 375, 781 33

10,475, 331
94,322, 637

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3, 264, 600
1602, 479
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n For 1689-'84.

v Expenditure for current purposes only; exo Includes some miscellaneous expenditure.

cludes that for sites, buildings, &c. p In 1882.

w This is exclusive of available normal school fund, Estimate of State superintendent.

amounting to $1,341,891. Includes erening school reports.

* For colored schools. slo 1623.

y United States census of 1880. (Actualoxpenditurepot reported; amount giren 2 Includes the Cherokee Asylum apdorphan funds.

is the sum of the State apportionment for 1883- ac Schools supported from general tribal funds. '84, and ulieamouut paid teachers by cities and bb Includes tho Choctaw orplan fund.

from privato funds during the same year. cc Tho income derived from these funds is ang. u Not included in the above are the expenses of mented from other sources.

the three normal schools, $8.558, and expense of edacational mcotings, $-58.

TABLE II. — School stalistus oj' cities containing 7,500 inhabiiants and orer, for 1884-'85; from replics to inquirics by the United States Bureau of Education.

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1 | Montgomery, Ala
2 Little Rock, Ark

Los Angeles, Cal
4 Oakland, Cal
5 Sacramento, Cal
6 San Francisco, Cal
7 San José, Cal.
8 Stockton, Call
9 Denver, Colo. (I of city)*
10 Leadville, Colob.
11 Bridgeport, Connb
12 Danbury, Connb
13 Derby, Conn*
14 Greenwich, Connb
15 Hartford, Connb
16 Meridon, Conn
17 Middletown, Conn'd
18

New Britain, Conn
19 Now Haven, Conn.
20

Now London, Conn"
21 Norwalk, Conn
22 Norwich, Conn*
23 Stamford, Connb
24 Waterbury, Conn*
25 Windham, Connb
26 Wilmington, Dol
27 Key West, Flash
28 Atlanta, Ga*
29 Augusta, Ga
30 Colarnbns, Go

43
186
55
55
23
392

C. A. Lanier
J. R. Rightsell
W. M. l'ricanor
J. C. Gilson ....
J.R. Lainé, M. D
Androw J. Meulder.
Louis P, Curtis
W.F. Clowdsley, secretary
Aaron Goro
E.T. Taylor, county and city superintendent.
H. M. Harrington.
C. Moss Smith
GII. Peck, secretary
Myron L. Mason, secretary
John Herry Brocklesby, acting visitor.
J. II. Chapin
E. U. Wilsone.
J. N. Bartlett
Samuel T. Dutton.
Ralph Wheeler
B. J. Stargis
John W. Crary, acting visitor
N. R. Hart, chairman school committoo
M.S. Crosby
Frederick Rogors, secretary
David W. Ilarian
J. V. Harris..............
W.F. Slaton
Lawton B. Ivans
A. P. Mooty

16, 713

7-21
13, 138 6-21
11, 183 5-17
34, 555

5-17
21, 420 5-17
233, 959 5-17
12, 567

5-17
10, 282 5-17
35, 629

6-21
11,820

6-21
29, 148 4-16
11, 666 4-16
11, 650 4-16

7, 892 4-16
42, 551 4-16
18, 340 4-16
f11, 73? 4-16

13, 979 4-16
61,383 4-16
10, 537

4-16
13, 956 4-16
21, 143 4-16
11, 297 4-16
20, 2704-16

8, 2614-16
42, 4780-21
10, 940 0-21
37, 409 6-18
21, 891 0-18
10, 1236-18

1,850

338

58

2, 007
8,188
3, 146
3, 555
1, 963
10,097
5, 019
1, 593
3,817
16, 782
2, 009
3, 208
5, 043
2,836
5, 688
2, 164

5, 743
1,712
5,975
2,487
3,033
1, 791
7,428
3,819

914
2, 181
14, 067
1, 847
2,748
3, 992
1, 971
4,071
1, 190
08, 718

1, 120 5, 670 2, 978

197
198
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200

2, 638

80

280 200
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81 | Macon, Ga

B. M. Zettler 32 Savannah, Go*

WY. II. Baker 33 Alton. III

Robert A. Haight. 34 Belleville, IN

Emil Dapprich.
35 Bloomingtou, III.

Sarah E. Raymond.
Chicago, III

.... George Howland...
Danvilló, Ini

J. W. Layne
Decatur, III .......

E. A. Gastman
39 Elgin, Ill ........

C. F. Kimball
40 Freeport, ill.
41 | Galesburg, Nit

M. Andrews 42 Jacksonville, Ill.

II. M. Hamill.. 43 Joliet, Ill*

D. H. Darling 44 Moline, nil*

W. S. Mack 45 Ottawa, III

DR. A. Thorp 46 Peoria, Ill*

Nowton C. Dougherty 47 Quincy, IH

T. W. Macfall 48 Rockford, III

P. R. Walker... 49 Rock Island, Ill.

S. S. Kemblo 50 Springfield, III

F.R. Feitshans 51 Evansville, Ind

John Cooper 52 Fort Wayne, Ind.

John S. Irwin 53 | Indianapolis, Ind.

L. H. Jones ... 54 | Jeffersonville, Ind

R. W. Wood 55 La Fayette, Ind*

J. T. Merrill 58 Logansport, Ind.

John K. Walts 57 Madison, Ind*

J. H. Martin ....
58 New Albany, Ind*

Charles F. Coffin
59 Richmond, Ind

Justin V. Study
00 South Bend, Ind

James Du Shane. 61 Terre Haute, Ind.

William H. Wiley
62 Vincennes, Ind.

Edward Taylor
Cedar Rapids, Iowa*

W. M. Friesneri
61 Clinton, Iowa*

Henry Sabin.. 65 Council Bluft's, Iowa

James McNaughton
06 Davenport, Iowa.

J. B. Young
67 Des Moines (west side), Iowa Mrs. T. M. Wilson
68 Dubuque, Iowa ....

Thomas Hardie, secretary
69 Keokuk, Iowa

W. W.Jamieson 70 Mascatine, Iowa

F. M. Witter 71 Atchison, Kans*

Rich. C. Meade.
72 Lawrence, Kaps

E. Stanley
73 Leavenworth, Kans.... Frank A. Fitzpatrick.
71 Topeka, Kans*

D. C. Tillotson
75 Covington, Ky

Alva T. Wiles 76 / Louisville, Kỷ

George H. Tingley, jr. * From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1883-'84. a Estimated. 6 These statistics are for the year 1883-'84. C Average duration of schools in days. d These statistics are for the Middletown City school district only.

12, 749 | 6-18

3,413 80, 709 | 6-18

1, 770 400 180! 175

0,056 8,975 | 6-21

3, 163 600 100 175 13, 4046-21

1, 425

198 193 4,774

9 2, 489 030 17, 1806-21

210 198 6, 868 503, 185

3, 106

180
6-21

176
0 48, 448
169, 384

0 g1, 499 g76, 044 25, 487 200
7, 733 6-21

195
1, 178
3, 515
0 122

2, 317

613 193
9, 547 6-21

190
0
1,035
4, 323
0

453 350
8, 787 6-21

180 178
0

3, 695 0 30

757

123 8,516

188 6--21 4, 108

1, 000

205
11, 437 6-21

0 1,708

4, 678 0

096 10, 927

180 6--21

173 1, 380 3, 775

221 1, 613 500
16, 149 6-21

5, 783
0 141

2, 938

60 200 7, 800 0-21

193 2, 353

g!, 714 7,834 6-21

3, 218 0

1, 6-18 201 31, 086 0-21

200 11, 803

5, 972 27, 268

1,346 6-21 2, 964 9, 993

83 3, 887 2, 1001 200 13, 129 6-21

196
2,000
5, 000
0 150

000
11, 659

150
6-21

200

159
19, 743 6-21

178 176
9,936

140
29, 280

1, 343
6-21

180 180 7, 214 17, 206

315 5,931 1, C90 200
26, 880

198
6-21
5, 308 14, 712

101

3, 827 75, 056 / 6-21

3, 800 195 193 9, 563 40,286

2, 647

190
9,357 i 6-21

186
3, 682

1, 901

180 14, 860 6-21

7, 600 11, 198

3, 065 1, 200 6-21

200

190 4, 159

900 8, 945 6-21

180 178 3, 926

1, 670 800 16, 423

180 177 6-21 6, 364

994 500 12, 742

180 170 6-21 5, 610

512 980 180
13, 280 6-21

177
6,312

2, 259

800 180 26, 042 0

178 10, 002 0 315

605 900 7, 680

200 195 6-21 2, 517

062 853 200
10, 104

196
5-21 828 105 3, 993 750

61

615 250 180
9, 032 5-21 711

179
605
3, 363 508 103

200 325 190
18, 063 5-21

187
292
1, 659 7,522

161 32

703

199
5-21

199
21, 831

9, 412 375 129

591 1,000

200
j22, 408 5-21

196
6, 018

3, 512

180
22, 254

177
5-21
10, 204

088
12, 117

2, 500

200 5-21

196 4, 931

398 300 8, 295

180
5-21

178
2, 800

58
74

552 200 190 15, 105

182 5-21 1, 328 1, 539 4,985 75 50+

570 8, 510

1, 148 180
5-21

168
197 759 3, 343

58

2, 360 400 160 16,516

159 5-21 7,321

3,412 1, 240 190
15, 452 5-21

188
500 1, 309 7, 031

0 132 4,447 450 180
29, 720

157
6-20
0
10, 910

0

61 3, 926
123, 758

206
6-20

197
58, 978

921, 061

210 204
e Since the date of the abovo return Hon. Wm. Hal.
bert has been elected superintendent of schools.

i Sinco the date of the above report Hon. W.M.
f Total population of the town.

Friesner has been elected superintendent of In day schools only.

schools at Los Angeles, Cal.

jFor tho entire city. h Including Monroo County,

002

126

6-21

63

200

108

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