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INVENTORY OF SUPPLIES ON HAND.

Groceries.....
Crockery and glassware.
Dry goods and notions.
Men's clothing..
Men's shoes......
Women's clothing.
Women's shoes.....
Cutlery....
Two fat cows.
Seven fat steers..
Twenty-six sheep.
Dressed meats.....
Breadstuff...
Oats, 300 bushels..
Gas oil, 1,600 gallons...
Coal, 90 tons, at $4.00..
Wood, 40 cords, at $4.00...
Hard soap, two tons..
Soft soap, 250 gallons..
Fish.......
Fourteen hides.
Two calf hides...

$2,350.00

300.00 1,321.29

597.87 273.50 220.80 201.50 18.50 60.00 295.45 121.00 110.00 125.00

90.00 120.00 360.00 160.00 200.00 25.00 40.00 63.00 2.80

$7,055.71

HOW EMPLOYED.

Superintendent. Ass't physician Ass't physician Ass't physician Steward. Matron.. Engineer Fireman Fireman Carpenter Carpenter Gardener.. Ass't gardener Butcher .. Clerk Watchman Watchman Watch girl Watch girl Seamstress Seamstress Farmer Farmer. Apothecary Hackman Barn man Teamster. Teamster. Chore man Chore man

OFFICERS AND EMPLOYES, JUNE 30, 1883.

Number.

NAME.

SALARY.

1 Gershom H. Hill 2 Henry G. Brainard 3 Charles H. Penfield 4 Sarah A. Pangburn. 5 John H. McDonald. 6 Lucy M. Gray 7 A. D. Guernsey 8 E. S. Peck.. 9W. S. Young 10 H. A. Cramer 11 Bud Camp.: 12 Charles L. Thomas. 13 Wallace Johnson 14 Louis Wahl 15 Carrie Curtis . 16 Charles Thomas, Sr. 17 A. B. Swan.. 18 Frank Price.. 19 Martha Boyack. 20 Dora Norton . 21 Maria McElrath. 22 W. J. Martin.. 23 D. H. Fiester. 24 J. W. Powers. 25 John Shine. 26 George Carroll. 27 William Glenny 28 Wm. A. Landis 29 Daniel O'Brien. 30 Hamilton Wilson.. 31 George Breidenback. 32 Joseph Landis... 33 H. P. Johnson.. 34 W. H. Campbell. 35 Will Smale.. 36 Ella Stafford 37 Jennie Goodin. 38 Lena Rommell 39 Agnes McElrath 40 Mary French 41 Mary O'Toole 42 Minnie Brickley 43 Kate Finley 44 Kate Mass.. 45 Anna Felsmin.. 46 Maria Lundy. 47 Emma Goodin. 48 Lillie Hancock 49 Amy Newcomb. 50 Jennie Thomas. 51 Tillie Meister. 52 Maggie Mitchel. 53 Lizzie Wolgamott.

$ 1,800 per annum.

1,000 per annum. 600 per annum. 600 per annum. 800 per annum 600 per annum. 80 per month 30 per month. 30 per month. 45 per month. 28 per month. 40 per month. 26 per month. 35 per month. 35 per month. 37 per month. 27 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month. 14 per month. 30 per month 20 per month 20 per month 26 per month. 16 per month 18 per month 18 per month. 24 per month. 19 per month 45 per month. 18 per month. 23 per month. 18 per month. 13 per month. 16 per month. 14 per month. 12 per month. 12 per month. 11 per month. 11 per month 11 per month 10 per month. 10 per month 10 per month 10 per month 9 per month 10 per month 9 per month 18 per month. 11 per month. 11 per month. 10 per month.

Baker .....

Baker Car man. Kitchen man Kitchen man Cook Cook Cook Order cook. Kitchen girl. Kitchen girl. Kitchen girl. Kitchen girl. Kitchen girl. Kitchen girl. Kitchen girl. Waitress Waitress Waitress Head laundress Laundress Laundress Laundress

OFFICERS AND EMPLOYES—CONTINUED.

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10 per month. 14 per month. 11 per month, 11 per month 11 per month, 10 per month, 10 per month. 10 per month, 10 per month. 30 per month 26 per month 26 per month. 26 per month 26 per month 26 per month 23 per month. 22 per month 21 per month, 20 per month. 21 per month 19 per month. 19 per month. 19 per month 19 per month 18 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month, 18 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month. 20 per month 25 per month 18 per month, 18 per month. 18 per month 18 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month. 18 per month, 16 per month 16 per month. 16 per month. 16 per month. 16 per month. 16 per month. 16 per month. 16 per month, 15 per month. 15 per month. 16 per month. 14 per month. 15 per month.

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TREASURER'S REPORT.

TREASURER'S OFFICE, INDEPENDENCE, Iowa, June 30, 1883.

883.} To the Board of Trustees of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane at Independence:

The following is the report of the Treasurer of said Hospital for the biennial term ending June 30, 1883:

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Exhibit from Sept. 30, 1882, to June 30, 1883. Balance on hand Sept. 30, 1882..

.$ 7,648.82 Receipts to June 30, 1883, from State Treasurer.. 75,160.00 From Steward....

3,926.85

.

By payment of orders to June 30, 1883.

$ 86,735.67

82,945.45

Balance June 30, 1883.....

$ 3,790.22

CONTINGENT FUND.

Exhibit from Sept. 30, 1881, to June 30, 1883. Balance on hand Sept. 30, 1881. ....

.$ 11.80 Receipts from Sept. 30, 1882, from State Treasurer.... 1,500.00

By payment of orders to Sept. 30, 1882...

$ 1,511.80

500.00

Balance Sept. 30, 1882...

$ 1,011.80

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