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S53.905.i;:;.-:.;>l


915,934,687.89


71.390.000


13.60


.49


1897


1,346,880,26


968,961 MIV...U


1,817,672,666.90


S25.&49.765.87


992.022.900.03


72.807.000


13.78


.48


1898


1.262.680.00


Dir.'Hii.sr.xi


1.796.531,995.90


769.446.503.76


1,027,085.492.14


74,522.000


14.08


.47


1899


1.218.300.26


944.660.2,v;.i;6


l,991.927.30ii.92


836.607.iKi.;;;


1,155.320,235.19


76.011.000


15.55


.54


1900


1,176,320.26


1.112.305.911.41


2.1S6.961.091.67


1,0251249.838.78


1,107,711,257.89


76.304.799


14.52


.44


1901


1,415.620.36


U54.i"(i. - ;;:;.i;:i


2.143,326,933.89


l.im-,'>87,813.92


1,044,739,119.97


77.647.000


13.45


.38


1902


1.280,860.26


1.226.259.245.63


2.240.276.951.27


1,270.819,710.23


969.457,241.04


79.00:1000


12,27


.35



"Includes certificates issued against gold, silver and currency deposited in the treasury.



NATIONAL DEBTS OF THE WORLD.

[From report prepared by O. P. Austin, chief of bureau of statistics.]



COUNTRY.


1
N


Total in
United
States
currency.


Rates
of
inter-
est.

Per ct.


Interest
and other
annual
charges
(budget
estimate).


Revenue.


I
Expendi-
ture.


PER CAPITA OF


I

A

R


Interest.


Revenue.


Argentine
Australasia
Austria-Hungary


1900

I'.Hlii

11HIO
1900

H>1>
HIS
1S<8
1899
I'.XH)
HIS
HH>
HIS
ISl'll
IS! Ill
HIT
Mm
I '.Ml
1900


$509.604.444
1.183.055.000
1,154.791.0011
642,194.1100
904.911.000
504,459.540
2,336.258
480.985,000
265.541.000
265.494.000
113.240.000
287.123.500
15,809.000
13.124.000
55.795,724
7.882.435
500,402.729
5.800,691.814
557,626.622
2.015,958.000


4^-6
3-5
3 -4
3 -6
3 -4

K

4 -5

3 -6

38
i*3

3 -5
3

3J^-5
3 -4^
3 -3
3 -3^


$26.902.377
45.458,000
51,175,285
30.969.000
41.892.000
19.536.811
"115.000
*21.500.000
"10.500.000
13.392.000
'985.455
*12.000.000
887.000
*525.000
1,891.812
1,090.000
20,0t.6;i7
241.7(8,029
18,283,441


$63,339,188
167.335.000
73,659.000
215.237,000
201t.001.000
85.494,672
3.431.000
90.152.000
79.956.595
51.030.000
43.206.000
*73.500.000
7,031.000
3.513.000
19.247,008
3,564,000
56,424,345
691.349.500
471,002,000


$63,283,632
161,738.000
73.659.000
216,208,000
208.509.000
83.883.860
3.712.000
70.061.000
81.071.024
42.975.000
38.052,000
73.500.000
8.697.00C
3.180.00C
20,619.361
3,620,000
54.437.259
691.291,192
489.804,000


$128.85
263.90
25.80
24.89
47.75
75.63
1.16
33.56
26.43
50.59
36.41
.72
13.95
43.75
24.15
6.21
53.61
150.61
9.96


$6.80
10.14
1.14
1.20
2.22
2.93
.05
1.50
1.04
2.55
.31
.03
.22
1.75
.82
.86
2.15
6.28
.33


$16.01
37.48
1.64
8.34
11.02
12.81
1.70
6.29
7.95
9.72
13.90
.18
1.76
11.71
8.33
2.80
6.04
17.95
8.39






Bolivia
Brazil


British coloniesf.


Chile






Costa Rica
Denmark


Ecuador






German empire..




HHIO

ismi

IS'.l'.l
18i)9

isini

18911
11100
Hill
I. -IN
1S91I
I89S
IsllS

IS'.KI

Hf.l
1S91I
1 -111
H.m
1S99
1S99
IS 1 . l:i
1900
11HI2
I8H9
ISilS


168.548,444
20,826.507
89,376,920
1,031.603.705
2,583,983.780
206.799.994
16S.771.428
466.419.294
4.901.81!
53,211.132
19.972,000
20.321.784
670.221,374
280.136.991
3,167.3-.'H.O(H
81,972,118
1,727.994.620
85.154.320
15.919,219
726,511.195
3.0li0.926.304
9<>9.457.241
124.374,18!
37.725.814


4 -5
4 -5
4 -5
2^-4>6
3H-5
4 -5
3 -6
2J^-3
4 -6
3 -3^
3 -4^
4 -6
3 -4^
4 -5
3 -5
4 -5
4 -5
3 -314
3^
3 -5
2V2

4*1


6,293,730
*950.000
1,125,190
33.971.400
114.177.185
18,126.702
10,699,689
14,117.838
*200.000
1.423,884
*800.000
*900.000
21,550.320
17,904.996
141.519.000
3.907.478
80,782.000
3,173.388
820,000
28,419.600
112.985.531
27.542.945
6.056.000
1.949.6S6


13.650.533
2,687,000
1.114.429
328.955.934
317,349,332
121.433,725
29.267,131
58,323.000
1,459.950
21.457.420
844.000
5.914.001
56.363.000
28.001.000
891,772.000
15,144,548
170.998.000
39,043.000
19.392.000
81.893,462
583.201.360
684.082,84;
16.608.001
6,463,00)


13.626.200
2.643.000
1.119.295
316.103.507
313.276.071
119.934.893
26.035.775
60.922.000
2.433.250
20,912.308
892.000
6.072.000
59.237.000
29.249.000
921.068,000
14.842.825
174.752.000
39,043.000
18.924,000
81.533.341


69.25
13.23
219.60
4.67
81.11
4.73
13.36
90.74
9.80
25.08
30.45
4.4]
143.82
47.37
24.56
33.43
95.53
16.71
5.10
29.25
74.83
12.25
148. Oh
14 51


2.58
.60
2.76
.15
3.58
.41
.84
2.74
.40
.67
1.22
.19
4.62
3.00
1.10
1.59
4.46
.62
.26
1.14
2.76
.35
7.20
.75


5.61
1.70
2.74
1.49
9.96
2.78
2.32
11.35
2.92
10.11
1.28
1.28
12.09
4.74
6.91
6.17
9.45
7.66
6.21
3.29
14.20
8.65
19.77
2.48


Guatemala
Honduras
India British....
Italy




Netherlands
Nicaragua
Norway










Servia






Switzerland


United kingdom.
United Stalest...


650.2rxS.113
595.?.)5.60i
16.60S.OOI
8,790.000


Venezuela
Total...


31. 063.51 !.">.-'.>-




1,208.305.409


5.902.879.975


5.881.'372,515


24.00







"Estimated. tKxtvpt Australasia. Canada and British India. ^Figures for June 30, 1902.



DECLIXK OF TIIK



INDUSTUY.



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES JOF THE GOVERNMENT (1890-1902).
REVENUE BY FISCAL YEARS.



YEAR.


Customs.


Internal,
revenue.


Sales of
public
lands.


Miscel-
laneous.


Total
revenue.


Excess of
re reii tie over
ordinary ex-
penditures.


1890. ..


$229,668,584


f 1 2.<!06,70ri


$6,358,272


$-'4.447,419


$403,080,982


$85,040,272


1891. ..


219,522,205


145.IWti.24!)


4,029,535


23.374,457


392,612.447


2ii,SB,542


1892. ..


177,452,964


153,971,072


3,261,876


20,351,872


354,397,7^4


9,914,454


1893. ..


203,355.017


161,027,184


3.182,090


18,253.S!S


385,8]8,62!l


2,341,674


1894. ..


131.818,531


147.111.232


1,673.637


17,118.618


297.722.tllH


69,803,260


1895. ..


152,158.617


143.421.ti72


1,103,347


1(1.70(1,438


313,390,075


42,805.223


1896. ..


160.021,751


146,762.864


1.005.523


19.186,060


326,976,200


25.2Ui.24iJ


1897. ..


176,554,121!


146.tKW.774


864.581


23.614,422


347,721,905


1S.052.254


1898. ..


149.675.0U2


170.900,641


1.243.129


83.602,501


405,321 .335


38.047.247


1899. ..


200,128,148


273,4r.l61


1,678.246


31.716,730


615,960,620


'89,111,559


1900. ..


Z-i3.164.871


295.327.92ti


2.836,882


35,911,170


567,240,K51


79,527,060


1901. ..
1902. ..


238.585.45ti
254,456,927


307.180.tki4
272,503,214


2,965,120


41,919.218
36.445.046


687,86*838

563,405,188


77,717,984
92.137.587



* Expenditures In excess of revenue.
EXPENDITURES BY FISCAL YEARS.



YEAR


CIVIL AND MISC'LLANEOUS


War
depart-
ment.


Navy
depart-
ment.


Indians.


Pensions.


Interest
on public
debt.


Total ordi-
nary ex-
peiuliture*


Prem. on
loans, pur-
chase of
bonds, etc.


Other civil
and mis-
cellaneous
items.


1890...
1891...
1892...


$20,304,244
10,401,221


$81.403,256
1 10,04s, 167
99,846,988
103,732,799
101,943.730
93,279,730
87.216.234
90.401,267
96,520.505
119,191.255
105,773,190
122,305,571
113.512.627


$44,582,838
48,720,068

46,895.456
49,641,773
54.567.930
51.804,759
50,830.920
48.950.267
91,992,000
229.841,254
134,774,767
143,746,433
111,061.793


$22,006,206
26,113,896
29,174,139
30,136,084
31.701.2iW
28,797.795
27,147,732
84,561,546
58,823,1167
63,942,11*4
55.953,077
61.339.449
68.458.426


$6,703,017
8,527,469
11,150,578
13.345.3 J7
10.293,482
9,939.754
12.165.528
13.016.802
10,994.667
12.805,711
10,175,106
10.887.448
10.Wi9.015


1106,936,855
124,415,951
134.588,053
159,357,585
141.177,285
141,395,228
139.434,000
141.053.164
147.452.3ti8
139,391.929
140,877,316
139,312,527
138.479.570


$36,099,284
37,547,135
23,378,116
27,264.392
27.841,406
30,978,030
35.385,028
37,791,110,
37.585,056
39,896.925
40,160,333
32.447,274
29.116.171


$318.040.711
365,773,905
345,023,330
383,477,954
365,195,298
856,195.296
352,179,448
365.774.159
443,368.582
005.072.17y
487.713.791
510,038,704
471.2(17.601


1893. . .




1894...




1895...




1896...




1897...




1898...




1899. . .




1900...




1901...




1902...





TIME REQUIRED FOR DIGESTION.



Articles of food. Hours.

Apples, raw, sweet 1:00

Apples, raw, sour 2:00

Beans, boiled 3:30

Beans, pod, boiled 2:30

Beef, boiled 2:45

Beef, broiled 3:16

Beef, corned, boiled 4:15

Beef, fried 4:00

Beef liver, broiled 2:0

Beefsteak or roast beef.. 3:00

Beets, bolted 3:30

Bread, corn 3:15

Bread, white 3:30

Cabbage-,raw,with7ineg'r.2:00
Carrots 3:15



Articles of food. Hours.

Chicken, fricassee 2:45

Chicken, soup 3:00

Codfish, boiled, salt 2:00

Corn, boiled 3:30

Custard 2:45

Eggs, hard boiled, fried.. 3:30

Eggs, soft boiled 3:00

Goose, roast 2:30

Lamb, broiled 2:30

Mutton, boiled 3:00

Mutton, roast 3:15

Oysters, raw 3:00

Oysters, roast 3:15

Oysters, stew 3:30

Parsnips 2:30



Articles of food. Hours.

Pork, boiled 4::',0

Pork, fried 4:15

Pork, raw. salt 3:00

Pork, roast 5:15

Pork steak, broiled 3:15

Potatoes, baked 2 :30

Potatoes, boiled 3:30

Poultry, roast 4:iO

Rice, boiled 1:00

Sago, boiled 1:45

Sausage 3:30

Tapioca. 2:00

Turkey, roast 2:30

Turnips, boiled 3:30

Val cutlets 1:30



DECLINE OF THE LUMBER INDUSTRY.



From statistics gathered by the Amer-
ican Lumberman it is more than ever ap-
parent that the supply of northern pine is
rapidly diminishing. In spite of an in-
creased demand the total cut of Michigan,
Wisconsin and .Minnesota was less in 1901
than in 1900. The rise and decline of the
lumber industry in the states named Is
shown in the following table:



Year. Feet.

1901 5,372.380.000

1900 5,485,261,000



Year. Feet.

1899 6,056,508,000

1898 6,155,300,000



Year
1897
1896
1895
1894
1893
1892
1891
1890
1889
1888
1887



Feet.

.6,233.454.000
.5,725.763,035
.7.050.669,235
.6,821.516,412
.7,326,263,782
.8,594,222,802
.7,879,948.349
.8,597,623,000
.8,183,048,000
.8,254.291,000
.7,757,916,784
.7,425,368,443



Year

1885

1X84
1 x.x:t
1XV2
1881
1 SSI)
1 S79
1S7S
1871
1876
1875
1S74



Feet.

. .7,053,094,555
. .7,935,033,054
. .7,624,789,786
. .7,552,150,744
. .6,768,856,749
. .5,651.295.006
. .4,806,943,000
. .3,629,472,759
. .3.595,33:i,496
. .3,879,046,000
...3,968.553,000
...3,751,306,000



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



NEWSPAPERS OF AMERICA IN 1902.
[From American Newspaper Annual.] .



STATE OR TEUHITOKY


Daily.


Weekly


Total.


STATE OH TERRITORY.


Daily.


Weekly


Total.




91


205


249


Nevada


9


19


32




5


8


14




15


128


155




11


40


54




55


291


376


Arkansas


22


228


275


New Mexico


5


59


66


California


112


-li'il


689




N 191


H26


2,015


Colorado


43


285


a58




32


184


259




40


109


185




s


173


188




6


27


37


Ohio


Kit;


8'>0


1.206


Disti'ict of Columbia... .


4


28


77




9[


180


214




15


134


170




20


169


223




23


2(X)


348




2(10


932


1.434


Hawaii




10


35




17


3


20


Idaho


5


72


85


Rhode Island. .. .. .


15


38


63




183


1,199


1,729




10


107


146




152


612


869




17


258


294




13


105


120




16


237


315




65


915


1,130


Texas


91


698


855




51


624


721


Utah


ft


52


76




27


239


322




9


80


103




27


157


198




36


165


251


Maine


16


99


162


Washington


19


193


239


Maryland


16


118


206


West Virginia


23


158


196




76


452


708


Wisconsin


62


551


679




83


609


802




4


35


43




39


619


735










Mississippi


15


207


240


Total


2,249


15,935


21,708




85


773


1,009












13


72


98


Canada


114


782


1,118


Nebraska


27


561


635


Newfoundland


3


7


13



NUMBER AND CIRCULATION OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS.

[United States census, 1900.]



WEEKLY.



Number.
12.979
10.814
8,633
4.295
3,173
1.902



Circulation.
39.852.052
28.954.515
16,266,830
10,594,643
7.581,930
2,944,629



ALL CLASSES.



1900. . . .
1890....
1880....
1870....
I860....
1850....



Number.

2.226

1,610

971

574

387

254



"Circulation.
15,102.156
8,387.188
3.566.395
2,601.547
1,478.435
758.454



Number.
18.226
14,901
11.314
5.871
4,051
2,526



Circulation.
114,299.334
69.133.934
31,779,686
20.842.475
13.6Ki.409
5,142 177



{Aggregate.

8.168.148.749

4,681.113.530

2.067.848.209

1,508.548.250

927.951.548

426.409,978



*Total per issue. tDuring census year.



AVERAGE CIRCULATION PER ISSUE,
1880 TO 1900.



PERIOD OF ISSUE.



Daily

Triweekly...
Serniweekly .

Weekly

Monthly



1900.

6,784
3,687
4,447
3.071
21,750



JL89CK
5,209
1.473
2.896
2.678

11,317



1880^
4,137
1,001
2,136
2,113
7,834



PERIOD or ISSUE.



Quarterly

Other classes .
All classes.



1900.
47.531

20,ti95
6.271



36.109
11,851
4,640



1SSO.



16.505
6,474
3,122



CIRCULATION PER 1.000 INHABITANTS.



Daily

Weekly..
Monthly.



524

520



133
460
312



THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.



Directors elected Sept. 18, 1902: White-
law Reid, New York Tribune; W. L.
McLean, Philadelphia Bulletin; George
Thompson, St. Paul Dispatch; William D.
Brickell, Columbus (O.) Evening Dispatch;
Charles H. Grasty, Baltimore Evening
News; Stephen O'Meara, Boston Journal;
Harvey W. Scott, Portland Oregonian;
Thomas G. Rapier, New Orleans Picayune;
Herman Ridder, New York Staats-Zeituug;
Victor F. Lawson, Chicago Dally News;
Albert J. Barr, Pittsburg Post; Clark How-
ell, Atlanta Constitution; Charles W.
Knapp, St. Louis Republic; Frank B.



Noyes, Chicago Record-Herald, and M. H.
De Young, San Francisco Chronicle.

Executive Committee Whitelaw Reid,
Stephen O'Meara, Victor F. Lawson,
Charles W. Knapp and Frank B. Noyes.

Officers President, Frank B. Noyes; first
vice-president, Horace White, Evening Post,
New York; second vice-president, William
B. Nelson, Kansas City Star; secretary and
general manager, Melville E. Stone, New
York city; assistant secretary and assist-
ant general manager, Charles S. Diehl;
treasurer, V. P. Snyder, New York city.



RELEASE OF ELLEN H. STOKE.



Miss Ellen M. Stone, the congregational
missionary who, with Mme. Tsilka, was
captured by brigands in the mountains of
Turkish Macedonia Sept. 3. 1901. was re-
leased near the village of Strumilza. Mace-
donia, early on the morning of Feb. 23,
1902. About a week before that agents act-



ing on behalf of the American state de-
partment paid over to the men who had
held her In captivity the sum of $65,000 a
a ransom. Miss Stone and her companion
were suffering from fatigue and nervous
strain when set at liberty but were other-
wise in good physical condition.



COLONIES OF THE WOULD.



87



COLONIES OF THE WORLD.

Statement prepared by O. P. Austin, chief of the bureau of statistics, treasury department,
showing number, area and population of the noncontiguous territories of nut ions of tins world.



COUNTRIES WITH COLONIES.



Austria-Hungary.

Belgium

Chinese empire ...

Denmark

France....

Germany

GreatBritain

Italy

Japan

Netherlands

Portugal

Russia

Spain

Turkey

United States

Total



No. of
colo-
nies.



AREA IN
SQUARE MILES.



Mother
country.



240,952

11.373

1,353.350

15,289

204.0112

208.830

120.979

110.046

147,655

12,648

34,528

8.0M.395

197.070

1,116,046

3,025,000



15.459.063



Colonies.



23.262

900.000

2,881,500

87,148
4,317.820
1.027,370



142,000
13,543
782.863
804.004
114.320
246,698
840,480
729.272_
24,954,158



POPULATION.



Mother
country.



45.310,531
6.744,582
383.000.UJO
2,447,441
38.595,000
50.345,014
41.605.177
32,449,754
43.7tW.754
5,103,924
5,049.729
128,932,173
18.089,500
24,931, (X)0
75,093,734



906,068,888




551,292.214



DEPENDENCIES OF EACH NATION.



AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.

Sq.miles. Population.

Bosnia. Herzegovina 23,262 1,568,092

BELGIUM.

Ko,ngo Free State 900,000 30,000,000

CHINA.

East Turkestan 431,800 580,000

Jungaria 147,950 600,000

Manchuria 362,310 7,500,000

Mongolia 1,288,000 2,000,000

Tibet 651,500 6,000,000

DENMARK.

Danish West Indies 138 32,786

Faroe islands 614 12,955

Greenland 46,740 10.516

Iceland 39,756 70,927

FRANCE.

Algeria 184,000 4,394,000

Algerian Sahara 123,500 50.000

Auam 88,780 6,000,000

Cambodia 40,530 1.500,000

Cochin China 23,160 2,323,500

Comoro islands 620 53,000

Dahomey 60,000 1,000,000

Guiana, French 46,850 22,700

Guinea, French 95,000 2,2.0,000

India, French 200 280,000

Ivory Coast 125,000 2.500,000

Kongo, French 491,000 30.000,000

Madagascar 228,000 2.500,000

Marquesas islands 480 4,280

Martinique 381 190,000

Mayotte 140 11,640

Military Territory 700,000 4,000,000

New Caledonia #,700 53,000

Nossi-Be 130 9,500

Reunion 970 173,200

Sahara 1,684,000 2,500,000

St. Marie 64 7,670

St.' Pierre and Ulquelon.. 93 6,250

Senegal 200,000 3,200,000

Society islands, etc 1,040 24.720

Somali Coast 45,000 200,000

TonquiQ 119,fi60 12,000,000

Tunis 50,840 1,900,000

GREAT BRITAIN.

Aden and Perim 80 41,910

Ascension 34 250

Australian Federation. . .2,972,573 3, 756.894

I'.aliamas 4,466 47.565



Sq.miles. Population.

Bahrein islands 273 68,000

Baluchistan 130,000 500,000

Barbados ,.. 166 192,000

Basutoland 10,293 250,000

Bechuanaland 386,200 100,500

Bermudas 19 16,423

Borneo 31,106 175,000

British Central Africa... 42,217 900,516

British East Africa 1,000,000 2,500,000

British South Africa 425,728 1,075,000

Canada 3,653,946 5,369,666

Cape Colony 277,151 2,265,500

Ceylon 25,365 3,477,094

Cyprus 3,584 227,900

Falkland islands . 6,500 1,759

Fiji and Rotuna islands.. 7,435 122,673

Gambia 69 15,000

Gibraltar 2 24701

Gold Coast 40,060 1,473,882

Guiana 109,000 287,288

Honduras 7,562 35,226

Hongkong 29 254,400

India 1,800,258 294,266,000

Jamaica and Turk's isl.. 4,369 749,848

Lagos 1,239 85,607

Leeward islands 665 136666

Malay States 27,500 512,342

M'alta and Gozo 117 181,650

Mauritius, etc 705 379,659

Natal and Zululand 34.019 902,365

Newfoundland 160,200 202,040

New Guinea 90,540 350,000

New Zealand 104,471 796,359

Nigeria 400,000 25,000,000

Orange River Colony 48,326 207,500

St. Helena 47 4,270

Seychelles 79 19,638

.Sierra Leone 15,000 78.83:

Sikkim 2,818 30,458

Somali Coast 75.000

Straits Settlements 1,542 604,916

Trinidad 1,868 260,577

Tristan da Cunha 45 100

Uganda 140,000 3,000.000

Windward islands 498 136,483

Zanzibar and Peiuba 1,020 200,000

GERMANY.

Bismarck archipelago 20,000 188,000

Caroline islands, etc.... 810 42,000

German East Africa 384,000 8,000,000



58 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


Sq.mites. Population.
German Soutbw't Africa 322,450 200,000
Kaiser Wilhelm Land.... 70,000 110,000
Katnonin 191,130 3,500,000


Sq.miles. Population.
East Africa 301,000 3,120,000


Goa 1,390 494,836


Guiana 4,440 824,000


Kiauchau Bay 200 60,000


India 1,558 572,290




Maco 4 78,627


Marshall islands 150 13,000


Prince's and St. Thomas 300 24.6GO
Timor 7,462 378,627


^tmoan island* 1,000 19,000


Solomon islands 4200 45,000


RUSSIA.

Bokhara 92 000 2 500 000


Togoland 33,000 2,500,000


ITALY.

Fritrpa etc 42 000 329 516


Khiva 22,320 800,000


Kwangtung 79,456 29,000,000


Somali 'Coast 100,000 400, QUO


SPAIN.

Canaries ; 2,808 334,521


JAPAN.

Formosa 13 455 2 745 000


Ceuta 13 5,090


Pescadores 85 52,400


Fernando Po, etc 850 30,000


NETHERLANDS.

Guiana 46,060 66,490


llio de Oro and Adrar.. 243,027 106,000

TURKEY.

Bulgaria, East Koumelia. 38,080 3,310,713
Crete 3.326 301,273
Egypt 400,000 9,734,405


Borneo 212,737 1,180,578


1 Celebes 71,470 1,197,860
Curacao . . 403 51,524


Java and Madura 50,554 26,125.05')


S.iinos 180 64,830
Tripoli 393,900 1300000


Sumatra 161.612 3,209,037


UNITED STATES.

Guam 150 9 000


Timor, Dutch 44,374 978,267


PORTUGAL.

Angola 484,800 4,119,000


Hawaii 6449 154*001


Porto Kico 3,606 953.243
Philippines 119542 8000000


Cape Verde islands 1480 11413)








MINERAL PRODUCTS OF THE UNITED STATES (1901).


[From chart compiled by divisiou of minine ai
surv
Product. Quantity. Value.
Metallic:
Pig ifon, 1. tons.... 15,878,354 $242,174.000
Silver oz 59,653.768 77,126,382


id mineral resources, United States geological
ey-3
Product. Quantity, Value.
Cobalt OX.. Ibs 13,360 24,048
Miu. paints, s. tons. 61.460 789,962
Zinc, white, s. tons 38,889 3,111,120
Asbestos, s. tons... 747 13.498
Asphaltum, s. tons. 63,134 555.395
Bauxite, 1. tons 18,905 79,914
Chromic iron ore,
1 tons 368 5790


Gold oz 3.880,578 80,218,800


Copper Ibs 597,443,212 86,629,266


Lead s tons 270,700 22,280. 20J


Zinc,' s. tons 140,822 11,265,760


Quicksilver, flasks.. 29,727 1,382,305
Aluminum Ibs 7 150 000 2 238 000


Clay (except brick) 2591,332


Antimony,' s, tons... 2,649 542.020
Nickel, Ibs 6,700 3,551


Feldspar, s. tons 34,741 220,422
Fibrous talc., s. tons 69.200 483,600
Flint, s tons 34420 149297


Platinum oz 1 827 13 000




Fuller's earth, s. tons 10,967 80,697
Graphite, cryst., Ibs. 3,967,612) 1A - u
Graphite, amor., tons 809 { IBIJU
Limestone,}: 1. tons. 8,540,168 4,659,836


Total metallic $524,873,284


Nonmetallic:
Coal (bit.), tons 225,607,649 236,201,899
Coal (Pa ant.) 0,242,560 112,504,020


Magnesite, s. tons.. 13,172 43,057
Manganese ore, 1. tons 11,995 116,722
Mica, sheet, Ibs.... 360,060 98,859
Miea, scrap, tons... 2,165 19.719
Mineral waters, gals. 55,771,188 7,586,962
Monazite, Ibs 748,736 59,262


Gas (nat.) ,. 27.067,500


Petroleum, brls 69,39,194 66.417,335
Brick, clay 13.800,000
Cement, brls 20,068,737 15,786,789
Stone 55 615 926




Precious stones 289,050


Garnet',* s. tens.... 4,444 158,'lOO
Grindstones 580,703


Rutile Ibs 44275 5,710


Soapstone, s. tons.. 28.643 424,858


Infs. earth, f s. tons. 4,020 52,920
Millstones 57.179


Total nonmetallic $566,351,096




Oilstones etc 158,300


Grand total 1901 $1092,224,380


Borax, ref. tons 5,344 697,307
Bromine Ibs 552,013 154,572


Grand total, 1900 1,064,408,321
Grand total l99 972.208.208


Fluorspar, s. tons.. 19,586 113,803
Gvpsum, s. tons.... 659,659 1,577,493
Marls, s. tons 60.000 30,000
Phosp'te rock. 1. tons 1.483.723 5,316,403
Pvrite 1 tons 234 825 1 024 449


Grand total 1898 698 550,398


Grand total, 1897 631.186,574
Grand total 1896 622,796.265


Grand total 1895 621,495,169


Salt 'bris 20566661 6 e'7.44 1 )


Grand total 1890 619.648.925


Sulphur, s. tons 7,690 223,430
Barytes, s. tons 49.070 157. 8'4
Abrasive, tlnfusorial eart


Grand total 1885 427.898.6SO


Gr'ind total.' 1880 ... 369319,000


h and tripoli. tFor iron flux.


WORLD'S PIG-IRON PRODUCTION (1901).


According to the London Commercial In-
telligence the total pig-iron production of
the world in 1901 was 40,408,000 tons, of
which the United States produced 16.878.888.


the united kinff'lom 7.750.000 and Germany
7,663.000 Ions. Thf world's consumption per
CM pit a vt'a.-; f>7 pounds. In the Tinted States
the consumption per capita was 4.V. pounds.



UNITED STATKS CUSTOMS DUTIES. 59


UNITED STATES CUSTOMS DUTIES.


Following Is a list of the ex sting tariff rates on articles in common use or of extensive


importation, with especial reference to such as are made or dealt in by the leading American
trusts. The abbreviation n. s. p. signifies "not specially provided for.' The amounts given


In dollars and cents are specific and the percentages are ad valorem duties.


Agricultural implements, 20%.


8c per 100 Ibs. ; India rub-


Flaxseed, 25c bu. of 56 Ibs.


Alcohol, arnyl or fusel oil,


ber, etc., 20%.


Flour, wheat, 25%.


V4c Ib.


Charcoal, 20%.


Flowers, artificial, 50%.


Animals, n. s. p., 20%; for


Cheese, 6c Ib.


Fruits, green, n. s. p., free;


breeding, free; cattle less


Chemical compounds, n. s.


dried, 2c Ib. ; cherries, 25c



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