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TABLE II.-School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and orer, for 1881-'t5, &c.-Continued.

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143 Kansas City, Mo
144 St. Joseph, Mo.
145 St. Louis, Moc..
146 Sedalia, Mo
147 Lincoln, Nebr*.......
148 Omaha, Nebr
149 Virginia City, Nev
150 Concord, N. H*
151 Dover, N. H*
152 Manchester, N. H.
153 Nashua, N. H
154 Portsmouth, N.H.
155 Bayonne, N. J*
156 Bridgeton, N.Jc
157 Camden, N.J*
158 Elizabeth, N.J......
159 Hoboken, N.J
160 Jersey City, N.J"
161 Millville, N. Jc
162 Newark, N.J
163 New Brunswick, N.J.
164 Orange, N.J
165 Paterson, N. Je
166 Plainfield, N.Jo..
167 Trenton, N.J
168 Albany, N. Y
"169 Auburn, N. Y
170 | Binghamton, N. Y .....
171 Brooklyn, NY

a$13, 605

(6$147, 910)
$10, 252 $2,000 $13, 475 $900
(36, 017)

632, 973 26,600
1, 800

1,400 17,921 125
1, 200

14, 410 300
40, 944

3,000 84, 880 2, 579
0

0 15, 140 7, 280

21, 981
1,600 17, 602 100

i41, 002
1,000 26,932 451
(16, 124)

100

12, 205 24 157, 000 9,500

58, 765

800
5, 600 26, 046

400
66, 771

1,500
450 14,160

212, 458 0,704
1, 636

3, 350

20,045
(20, 397)

300
13,400 55, 226 1,400

15, 418 75

41, 050 200 2,500

140, 226 2,000 2,000 35, 059

36, 614 130 (884, 267) 23, 153

$222, 835 $3, 915 71, 148

943, 523

28, 312
$813 2,000 37, 057
103
2, 935

216, 745

e18, 557 f5, 610 938, 834 50

400

25, 255
397 1, 436

53, 477
3400 1, 928 36, 254
501

224

22, 164 1, 158

435 15, 657 5,718 879

255, 992 m2, 850 1,006 45, 291

15, 906 82, 677 4,938

n 183, 687
(966)

19, 843
14,748 5, 108 397, 769
356

396 30, 143
157 873 28, 934
3,907 6, 230

111, 251
(1,001)

30, 819
100 4, 567 52, 470
2, 674 4,621 219, 923

2, 206 67, 670 38

979 56, 606 103, 601 61, 158 1,508, 427

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2, 890

91 37

172 Buffalo, N.Y.
173 Cohoes, N. Y.

6,800 329, 841

17, 147 14,708

5, 288

2, 740 | 19, 898
1,515

298
23, 713 625

6, 745
174 Elmira, N. Y

514, 162
2, 629

19 59
1, 040 375
4,140

55 787
3,000 36,575

1, 281 900

30, 907 12 93
175 Hudson, N. Y

3 80
3,240 3, 184 250 234
800

5, 617

75
9, 817 50

1,101
426

64, 199
176 Ithaca, NY

13 37 4 93
565
750

20 512

25
2,000

339
13, 197

13, 010 11 76
177

2 15
1,097 829
Kingston, N. Y. (g of city)

469
4, 216

380
1,100

247

989
18, 039 300 2, 438

67, 173 12 00
178 Lockport, N. Y

3 16 1, 175

130 1,814
2, 200

103
20, 543

1, 607
255

31, 459 1,455

16 58 6 56 179 Long Island City, N.Y.

1, 734 200 24 1, 053

35

792
27, 474

29, 103

500 180 Newburg, N. Y

14 39
2, 830

3 51
1, 525 5, 646
953
1,500

(1, 922)

361
31, 057
181

43, 463
New Yoik, N. YC

1, 580 ll, 628

837

2, 691
(2,756, 146)
182 Ogdensburg, N. Y
089, 224

58, C33
104,331 74, 262 25, 419

145, 052 122, 589 14, 526

58, 214 3, 626, 328 20 51 4 74 183 Oswego, N. Y 1,500 28, 247

14,334 20, 916

3, 731 184 Plattsburg, N. Y*

2, 223 10
7, 349

443
1,500

7, 235 171

46, 784
8, 694

520
185

12 14 6 81

1,061 Poughkeepsie, N. Y*

150 411 693

24
1, 600

820
27,081 300
186

21,321
1, 905

11 31
Rochester, NY

4 00
1, 497 230 184 1,012
2, 200

73 1, 728
151, 320

38, 398
187

13 49
4, 336

3 28
Rome, N. Y

12, 204 428, 153

1,389

14, 265
1, 200

808
13, 860

3, 007

275, 704
1, 070

14 40
079

6 02

60 188 Saratoga Springs, N. Y

110 1, 356 19, 258

19, 649 12 22 1,878

3 01 189 Schenectady, N. Y*

2, 460

(6, 007)
20, 231

1,567

31,071
190 Syracuse, N. Y
98, 714

13, 652 39, 672

2, 780 191 Troy, N. Y.

6, 232 5, 455
938 8, 340 (3,982)

137, 483
(92, 159)

qi3 45
192 Utica, NY

2,500 193 59, 627 900

n119, 877

4, 991 Watertown, N. Y*

4,612 125

1, 471 18, 877

5, 732 1,200

721 1,357 104, 626
2, 059

15 81
327

5 06
194 Yonkers, N. Y

225

20 4, 075 3, 338

124 2, 088 37, 567

33, 176

575 195

15 91
C60

7 85
Akron, Ohio

313 900 120
13, 658
2,500

3, 177 2, 687

30+ 39, 015 430

70, 073 21 18 4, 636

7 83 196 Bellaire, Obioc.

2, 192

912
1,500

1, 670
10, 320

6, 673

119, CO2 12 40
197

4 93
Canton Ohio c
1,800 25, 213

29, 287
198 Chillicothe, Ohio
2,000 23, 719 300

41, 533 1,565

10 29 199 Cincinnati, Ohio

715

750
71, 250

30 4, 563
504, 345 12, 253

35, 481 16 42
27,416 18, 910

5 06 200 Cleveland, Ohioc

2, 421 12, 288

24, 034

882
322, 137

18, 433
9,027
28, 622

762, 954 20 52
12, 119

3 72 201 Columbus, Ohio

4, 586 2,061 10,833 3, COO

15, 228 136, 445

682, 339 202 1, 397

14 92

17, 299
Dayton, Ohio c...

3 82
3,091 900
6,000

14, 646
99, 220

1, 709 19, 422 210, 703

18 06 7 57
203 Fremont, Ohio
1,200 10, 693 100

169, 553 17 52

750 600 204 Hamilton, Ohio

4, 616

1, 696
27, 369

1,188
300

14, 631 14 88

3, 140
205 Ironton, Ohio

3 30
1, 216 376 150 931

428
1, 800

1,022 15, 885

56, 974 150

10 53

1, 072 206 Lima, Ohio.

4 30 1, 275 1,400 12, 025

r26, 590 207 Mansfield, Ohioc. 1,800 17, 400

f5, 473 20, 173

9 81 4 00
208 Newark, Ohio*
1,800 17, 100

38, 595

11 32
209 Portsmouth, Ohio*

6, 676
1,500 20, 127

$ 4, 800 125

33, 550 1, 390

13 47 3 42 210 Sandusky, Ohio

8, 694 2,500 25, 380

83, 460 150

33, 278 2, 172

13 00
211 Springfield, Ohio*

3 08
2, 539

397
10, 705
2, 250

1,979

121 45, 393

1, 446 51, 396 12 35 3 90 212 Steubenville, Ohio

6, 073 1, 575 23, 784 335 2, 301

$32, 690 91, 038
960

14 39 9 87
141 500

3, 133 52, 022 13 65 3 97
1883-84
* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for h Based on enrollment.

p Includes expenditure for stoves, stovo repairs, steam

i Includes total amount paid for evening schools. a Interest only j Estimated.

heating, &c.
0 Includes all ordinary school expenses.

q These figures are based on expenditure for the school
k In day schools; in evening schools the avorage expenses
These statistics are for the year 1883–184.
d Repairs and rent.

year which ended in Jano, while the remainder of tho
per capita are $7.77 for tuition and $1.02 for incidentals.
1 Fuel and lights.

financial report given is for the fiscal year ended in

March. pay of janitors. e This does not include pay of clerk of tho board, nor m School books and stationery.

y Total of reported items only. f For all incidental or contingent expenses. n Items not all reportedl.

8 Expenditure for fuel, rent, insurance, repairs, school o Includes salaries of superintendent's clerks and exg Salaries of school committees included.

books, &c. penscs of shop and nautical school.

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TABLE II. - School statistics of cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and over, for 1884-'85, 8c. - Continued.

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$4,080

$1,350

$13, 406
2, 750 69, 368
2,000 23, 074

1,800 31, 791
4,992

2,000

60, 346 $2,387 106, 948 $1,077

125, 339

3,190
0700

1,200 24, 898 550
2,514 6, 454 1, 200 23, 074

180
2, 200

2,000

17, 871 480 1, 286 300

8, 363 456
(1, 457)
(21, 998)

533
24, 508

1,600

24, 047 1, 382 3,884

3,000 44,876 hi, 740 4, 757 6,000

1,500 54, 507 600 815

14, 011 800 4,400

500 10,064 125

1,200 10, 702 1,052 4, 807

2,950 14, 427 300

1,000 11, 751 100 4, 508

21, 387 575 0

0 5,000 1, 121, 445
(114, 880) 3, 333 300, 685 7,052
2,600
0

66, 395
4,020 1,800 78, 880 812
3,644 15 1,500 11,863
12, 745

1, 580
1, 800

13, 281 200 6, 279

46,613

1,437 1,400 28, 081 1,217 (18,698) 1,300 21, 944

550

213 Tiffin, Ohio
214 Toledo, Ohiob.
215 Youngstown, Ohio b.
216 Zanesville, Obio b
217 Portland, Oreg
218 Allegheny, Pa*
219 Allentown, Pa
220

Altoona, Pa.
221 Bradford, Pa
222 Carbondale, Pa
223 Chester, Pa
224 Easton, Pa.....
225 Erie, Pa.
226 Harrisburg, Pa
227 Johnstown, Pa.
228 Lancaster, Pa.
229 Lebanon, Pa
230 McKeesport, Pa* ....
231 Meadville, Pa.....
232 New Castle, Pa...
233 Norristown, Pa..
234 Philadelphia, Pa* ....
235 Pittsburg, Pa.
236 Reading, Pak
237 Scranton, Pe*
238 Shenandoah, Pa.
229 Titusville, Pa
240 Wilkos Barre, Pa
241

Warnsport, Pa 242 York, Pa...

a$5, 821 $37, 115

198, 426
49, 045

46, 848
5, 945 113, 669
c27, 100 311, 259
e24, 178 57, 292

353 48, 860
3, 038 36, 383

912, 879

33, 676
1, 591 81,989
2,599 80, 049
1, 394 81, 036
259

23, 596
238

18,472
020 23, 608
1, 293 31, 522
1, 815 16, 287
1, 425 36, 693
2,617 1, 499, 618
20, 795 628, 215
1,498 112, 560
3, 504

100, 128
551

22, 582 256 32, 850 3, 296 93, 871 5, 629 2016, 568

61, 080

568

512
1, 574

501
1, 161
59,518 | 28, 969
7, 726
3,092 634
2, 365

243
617

144
1, 311 120
i2, 780

0
1, 518 80
14, 400 2, 601

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154

1,025

243 Lincoln, R. I

(9,574)

300 17, 113
244 Newport, R.I.
3,000 32, 842

a2, 415
2, 017

32, 699
245 Pawtucket, R.I.

1,513 75
1,568

2,789 124
31, 009

948, 268
246 Providence, R. I
4,000 203, 743

a7, 813 60, 264

111 84 12 89
247 Warwick, R. I*

200 200
10,549

a46, 916 347, 230
30

846
248 Woonsocket, R. I

85 m14, 334 9 22

84
219 Charleston, S.C.

a7, 280 g28, 096
62, 870 600

2,220 631 469 985 1, 875 374 250 Columbia, S. O

88
1,500 8, 091

70, 314
100
180 353
75 189

201
251 Chattanooga, Tenn.

11, 392
1, 800 21, 074

12 47
1,099

1 43
553 194 27 1, 244

6.37
252 Knoxville, Tenn
1, 570

26,921 11 04
22, 321

1,450
636

1 83

519
253 Memphis, Tenn.
1, 800

26, 616
34, 061 2, 5101 2, 418

11 63
1,138

1 33

2, 710 62 1, 286 254 Nashville, Tenn..

1,501
6,700 67, 095

47, 643
30 4,099 2, 140 400

1,938

50
255 Galveston, Tex

2, 961 85, 753
2, 400

13 20
42, 000

2 15
256

152, 500 Houston, Tex* ....

300 2,000

a3, 000 14,511

17 58 1 19

213 535
257 Burlington, Vto

1,612

j910 185 800

25, 735
16, 118

14 07
1, 138

2 91
914

241 3, 232
258 Rutland, Ytb..

1,571 24,539
16,760

1,725

2, 390 259 Alexandria, Va* 1,176

1, 005

24,500
380 10, 201 430

801 638

149 397 260 Danville, Va*

238 16, 695
0

(8,415)
261 Lynchburg, Va

12, 088
3,063 18, 759 1 30
760 708 335

908

102
262 Norfolk, Va
600

39, 073 11 98
17, 835

2 19
303
520 727 200

15 250

607

405
263 Petersburg, Va*

21, 969
16, 196

14 51 2 43
264 Portsmouth, Va..

a5, 397 23, 330
9, 050

9161 200 265 Richmond, Va

12, 561
15,875

p636
59,044 1,294 3, 735 2, 181 150

5,121

562
266 Wheeling, W. Va

2,977 95, 622 10 71
(46, 789)
2, 200

2 29 2,000 2, 036 460

1,721 3,722 696
267 Appleton, Wis.
5,752

2, 379 65, 847
(16, 40G)
268 Eau Claire, Wis.
2, 391 9,096

a4, 512 46, 484
11,48
269 Fond du Lac, Wis

939, 537
500 15, 466

1,80 2, 230

100 1, 307

15

51
270 Janesville, Wis

21, 540
1,500

10 81
12, 312 300

3 75
1, 729 1, 350

125 965

100 271

1, 260 19, 997
La Crosse, Wis

10 79
800 27, 817

4 56
2, 462 1, 841 355 025
272 Madison, Wis

1, 845

1, 132 1, 501 48, 34+ 12 55 (17,873)

4 30
0

0
273 Milwaukee, Wis.

g24,610 11 64
0
0 26, 000 171, 638

4 38
2, 116

13, 535 | 13,735
274 Oshkosh, Wis

7, 346 0237, 819

114 52
488
25, 700

12 70
800 2, 167 3, 095

160 1, 076

2, 493
275 Racine, Wis

42, 136 12 93
1,200 27, 313 150

4 94 2, 103 2, 281 175

2, 252

3,60 38,748
276 Watertown, Wis*

13 66
400
7,432

4 90
al, 434 10, 510

8 44 1 60
* From Report of the Commissioner of Education for 1883-81. Items not all reportcel.
a For all incidental or contingent expenses.

Includes pay of the superintendent of buildings.

m This is the sum of the items given, though the reported

total is but $12,915. These statistics are for the year 1883–84.

i Fuel and contingencies.

n Total of reported items only.
c Expenditure for suel, rent, insurance, repairs, school books, &c. j Includes japitors' wages.
d No interest included.

o Including iotal cost of evening schools, amounting to
e Includes amount paid for interest.

k Exclusive of expenditure for permanent objects,

amounting to $3,016. Includes other incidental expenses.

1 For day pupils only.

p Includes expenditure for fuel, rent, insurance, repairs,

and school books.
Cities containing 7,500 inhabitants and orci from which no statistics hare been received.
Alabama. Mobile.

Iowa
Burlington. Maryland.

Frederick. North Carolina
Do

Wilmington. Texas
Selma.

Dallas.
Do

Otiumwa.
Florida

Michigan.

Kalamazoo. Pennsylvania
Jacksonville.

Columbia,

Do
Kentucky Lexington.
Do

San Antonio

Lansin Illinois.

Danville. Aurora.

Dist. Columbia Do Paducah. Minnesota

Washington. Stillater.

Do. Pottsville.

Do. Cairo. Louisiana Shreveport. New York Hlornellsville.

Vest Washington. Do.

Shamokin. Utah Do East St. Louis. Maryland Cumberlandi. North Carolina Raleigh.

Salt Lake City. Texas

Austin.

Do.

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TABLE III.- PART 1. - Statistics of public normal schools for 1884–85; from replies to inquirics by the United States Bureau of Education.

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1 State Normal School*

Florence, Ala

1873 Rev. Hardie Brown, D. D., $7,500

president
2 State Normal and Industrial School Huntsville, Ala

1875 William H. Councill

4, 000 $$1,500
3 State Normal School.....

Jacksonville, Ala 1883 J. Harris Chappell, A. M 2,500
4 Livingston Female Academy and Ala- Livingston, Ala c1840 Dr. Carlos G. Smith and a2, 500
bama Normal College.

Miss Julia S. Tutwiler.
5 Lincoln Normal University.

Marion, Ala...
1873 William B. Paterson

4,000 0 6 Tuskegeo Normal School

Tuskegee, Ala 1881 Booker T. Washington...

3,000

0
7 Branch Normal College of Arkansas In-Pine Bluff, Ark 1875 Joseph C. Corbin, A.M 2, 572

dustrial University.
8 Branch State Normal School.
Los Angeles, Cal. 1882 Ira More

15,000 0
9 Normal department of Girls' High School. San Francisco, Cal 1876 John Swett
10 California State Normal School

San José, Cal

1862 Charles H. Allen, A. M 40,000 0
11 Normal department, University of Colo-Boulder, Colo

1877
rado. e
12 Connecticut Normal and Training School. New Britain, Conn. 1850 Clarence F. Carroll

17,000
13 East Florida Seminary
Gainesville, Fla....... /1853 Edwin P. Cater, A. M

750
14 Normal department, North Georgia Ag. Dahlonega, Ga...... 1877 Hon. D. W. Lewis, A. M.,
ricultural College.

president.
15 Southern Illinois Normal University .....Carbondale, III.

1874 Rev. Robert Allyn, D.D., LL.D. 22, 340 0
16 Illinois Stato Normal University.......... Normal, nl.

1857 Edwin C.Hewett, LL.D., pres't 24,000
17 Cook County Normal School,
Normal Park, Ill. 1867 Col. Francis W. Parker.

25,000
18 Training school department of public Fort Wayne, Ind. 1867 Miss Martha A. Jones

schools. 19 Indianapolis Normal School ....... Indianapolis, Ina

1866 M. E. Nicholson. 20 | American Normal College............ Logansport, Ind

1884 Walter Sayler ..........

(1) (1) 3,000

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