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than 1 year old, $2 per


p., 25%.


bu. ; cranberries, 25% ;


head; value under $14; $3.75


China, plain, 65%; decorated,


dates, %c Ib. ; figs, 2c Ib. ;


head ; value over $14, 27%% ;


60%.


jellies, 35%; preserved, n.


hogs, $1.50 head; horses


Chocolate and cocoa, value


s. p., Ic Ib and 35%';


and mules, value under


not over 15c Ib., 2M>c Ib. ;


prunes, 2c Ib. ; raisins, J'/ic


$150, $30 head; value over


value 15c to 24c, 2%c Ib.


Ib.


$150, 25% ; sheep, 1 year


and 10%; value 24c to 35c.


Furniture (wood), 35%.


or older, $1.50; under 1


5c Ib. and 10%; value over


Fur, manufactures, n. s. p.,


year, 75c head.


35c, 50%.


35%; skins, undressed, free.


Apples, green, 25c bu. ;


Cigars, cigarettes, $4.50 Ib.


Glass, n. s. p., 45%; polished


dried, 2c Ib.


and 25%.


plate, from 8c to 35c per


Art, works of, such as


Clocks, n. s. p., 40%.


square foot, according lo


paintings and siaiuury,


Clothing, cotton, 50%; fur,


size; polished and silvered.


20%; by American artists,


35%; rubber, 30%; silk,


from lie to 38c square foot ;


free.


60%; wool, 44c Ib. and 60%.


common window glass, l%c


Bacon and hams, 5c Ib.


Coal, anthracite, n. s. p.,


to 4%c per square foot, ac-


Barlev, 30c bu. of 48 Ibs.;


free; bituminous, 67c ton;


cording to size,


malt, 45e bu. of 34 Ibs.


coke, 20%.


Glass, articles of, orna-


Barrels, casks, empty, 30%.


Coffee, free.


mented, 60%; manufac-


Baskets, 35% to 60%.


Combs, 35% to 60%.


tures, n. s. p., 45%.


Beaded fabrics, not wool,


Confectionery (see "Sugar").


Gloves, cotton, 50%; fur,


60%; wool, 50c Ib. and 60%.


Copper, manufactures of,


35%; linen, 50%: leather.


Beads, not strung, 35%; In


45%; ingots, ores, free.


from $1.75 to $4.75 per doz.


jewelry, 60%.


Cork bark, 8c Ib. ; manufac-


pairs, according to length,


Beans, edible, 45c bu. of 60


tures, 25%.


with cumulative duties of


Ibs.


Corn, 15c bu. of 56 Ibs.


40e to $1 per doz. pairs, if


Beef, fresh, 2c Ib. ,


Cornstarch (food), 20%.


lined, pique seam or


Bicycles, 45%.


Cotton, raw, free; cloth,


stitched.


Bindings, 45% to 60%.


from Ic to 8c square yard


Glucose or grape sugar, l*c


Birds, free; dressed for or-


and 45%; duck, 35%; arti-


Ib.


naments, 50%.


cles made of, without silk,


Glue, value less than lOc Ib.,


Biscuit and crackers. 20%.


45%; with silk, 50%.


2%c Ib. ; over lOc. 25%.


Blankets, 22c Ib. and 30%;


Cotton-seed meal, 20%; oil,


Gold, manufactures, 45%;


value 40c to 50c, 33c Ib.


4c gal.


jewelry, 60%.


and 35%; value over 50c,


Cotton thread on spools, 6c


Grass fibers, n. s. p., 45%.


33c Ib. and 40%; over 3


doz.


Gutta-percha, manufactures


yards long, 33c to 44c Ib.


Diamonds, cut but not set,


of, n. s. p.. 35%.


and 50% to 55%.


10%; rough, free; set, 60%.


Hair, human, unmanufac-


Bone, manufactures of, n.


Drugs, crude, free; refined


tured, 20%; manufactures


s. p., 30%.


or ground, %c Ib. and 10%.


of, 35%.


Books, pamphlets, 25%; print-


Dyewoods, crude, free; ex-


Hats, caps, bonnets and


ed 20 years, free.


tracts, %c Ib.


hoods, from 35% to 60%, ac-


Boots and shoes (leather),


Earthenware, plain, 25%;


cording to material.


25%.


decorated, 55% to 60%.


Hay, $4 per ton.


Bottles, glass, ornamented.


Eggs, n. s. p., 5c doz.


Hemp, hackled, $40 per ton;


60%; plain, empty, 1 to


Embroideries, 60%.


not hackled, $20; manufac-


iy>c, but not less than 40%.


Engravings, 25%.


tures, n. s. p., 45%; seed,


Braids, cotton, linen, rub-


Envelopes, plain, 20%;


free.


ber, silk, 60%; grass,


other, 35%.


Hides, raw, 15%.


straw, 30%.


Fans, palrnleaf, free; all


Honey, 20c gal.


Bronze, manufactures, 45%.


other, 50%.


Hops, 12c Ib.


Brushes, 40%.


Feathers, for beds, 15%;


Horn, manufactures, n. s. p.,


Buggies, carriages, 45%.


plain, 15%; colored, etc.,


30%.


Butter and substitutes for,


50%.


India rubber, manufactures


6c Ib.


Felt roofing, 10%.


of, n. s. p., 30%; vulcan-


Buttons, sleeve and collar,


Felts, not woven, n. s. p.,


ized, 35%.


gilt, 50%.


44c Ib. and 60%.


Ink, 25%.


Cameras, 45%.


Fertilizers, free.


Iron and steel, common


Canvas, sail, cotton, 35%.


Fish, American fisheries,


sheets, various specific


Carbons, for electric lights,


free; anchovies, sardines


rates, according to value


90c per 100; pots, 20%.


and the like, lM>c to lOc per


per Ib.. average 45.43% ad


Carpets, 2-ply ingrain, 18c


pkge., according to size;


val.; manufactures of, n.


square yard and 40%; Brus-


smoked, dried. %c Ib. ; hali-


s. p., 45%; beams, girder-;.


sels, 44c square yard and


but, Ic Ib. ; herrings, pic-


etc., %c Ib. ; hoop, band


40%; Axminster, 60c square


kled, Ic Ib.; fresh, %c fh. ;


or scroll, n. s. p., 5-10c to


yard and 40%; Wilton,


lobsters, free; mackerel,


8-10c Ib. ; round iron or


ditto; rugs, 5c t lOc square


salmon, Ic Ib.


Steel wire, average 40.22%


yard and 35% to 40%.


Flax, manufactures of, n. s.


ad val.; wire nails not


Cement, Portland, hydraulic,


p., 45%.


less than 1 inch long, etc.,



CO CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


%c Ib. ; iron or stool tubes,


Oats, 15c bu.


Sausages, bologna, German,


etc., 2c Ib. or 35%; cast-


Oilcloth for floors, n. s. p.,


free; other, 20% to 25%.


iron pipe, 4-10c Ib. ; rails,


8c square yard and 15%.


Scissors, 15c doz. arid 15'/< to


7-20c Ib.


Oils, u. s. p., 25%; castor,


75c doz. and 25%.


Ivory, unmanufactured, free;


35c gal. ; cod liver, 15c gal. ;


Screws, 4c to 12c Ib.


manufactured, 35%.


olive, n. s. p., 40c gal.


Seeds, n. s. p., 30%; anise,


Jet, manufactures of, n. s.


Onions, 40c bu.


caraway, cardamon, cot-


p. 50%.


Opium, crude, $1 Ib. ; pre-


ton, hemp, mustard, sugar-


Jewelry, 60%.
Jute, manufactures of, n. s.
p. 45%.


pared for smoking, $6 Ib.
Ore, iron, 40c ton; lead bear-
inig, iy>ic Ib. ; antimony,


beet, sugar-cane, free.
Sowing machines, 35% to

45%.


Knit wearing apparel, 60%.
Knives, pocket, 40% to 20c
each and 40%, according
to value ; other knives, 45%.
Lace, articles of, n. s. p.,
60%.
Lamps, 45% to 60%.
Lard, 2c Ib.
Laths, 25c por 1,000.
Lead, manufactures of, n. s.
p., 45%; in any form, n. s.
p., 2%c Ib.
Leather, n. s. p., 20%; man-


ground, 20%; other, free.
Oysters, free.

Paints, colors and pigments,
n. s. p., 30%.
Palm leaf, manufactures, 30%.
Paper, n. s. p., 25%; manu-
factures of, 35%; boxes,
45%; photographic. 3c Ib.
and 10%; printing, 3-10c Ib.
to 15%; stock, crude, free.
Paper, writing, from 2c Ib.
and 10% to 3V 2 c and 25%.
Pencils, lead, 45c gross and


Shingles, 30c per 1,000.
Silk, carded and combed,
40c Ib.; manufactures, 50%;
appliqued articles. 60%:
cocoons, free; fabrics, frc in
50c Ib., but not lo.-s than
50%, to $4.50 Ib., but not
less than 50%; laces, 60%.
Silver, manufactures, n. s.
p., 45%; bullion, tree.
Skins, hides of cattle, 15%;
of all kinds, n. s. p., |
free; bird, 15% to 50%,;
chamois, 20%; sausage,


ufactures, n. s. p., 35%.


25%.


free


Linen, manufactures, 45%;
clothing, 60%.


Pens, except gold, 12c gross.
Pepper, unground, free;


Slate, manufactures, n. s. p.,

20%.


Linseed, 25c bu. of 56 Ibs.;
meal, 20%; oil cake, free;


other, 2%c to 3c Ib.
Perfumery, nonalcoholic,


Smokers' articles, n. s. p.,
60%.


oil, 20c gal. of 7/2 Ibs.


50%; alcoholic, 60c Ib. and


Snuff, 55c Ib.


Liquors, ale, porter and beer,
in bottles, 40c gal. ; brandy,


45%.
Periodicals and newspapers,


Soap,' castile, 1^4c Ib. ; fancy,
15c Ib. ; laundry, 29%.


n. s. p., $2.25 prf. gal. ;
cordials, whisky, gin, $2.25
prf. gal. ; champagne and
all sparkling wines, in bot-


free.
Petroleum, crude or refined,
free.
Pewter, manufactures of.


Spices, n. s. p., 3c Ib.
Sponges, 20%; manufactures,
40%.
Starch, l^c Ib.


tles of 1 pint to 1 quart, $8
doz.
Lumber (see "Woods").
Macaroni, etc., l%c Ib.
Manila cordage, Ic Ib.


45%.
Phosphates, crude, free.
Phosphorus, 18c Ib.
Photographic lenses, slides,
negatives, 45%; plates or


Stoves, 45%.
Straw, manufactures, n. s.
p., 30%; fibers, n. s. p.,
45%; unmanufactured, $1.50
ton.


Mantels, slate, 20%; marble,
50%; wood, 35%.
Maple sirup, sugar, 4c Ib.
Marble, in blocks, 65c cub.


films, 25%.
Photographs, printed for
more than 20 years, free;
on glass, 45%; paper, 25%.


Sugars, not above No. 1C
Dutch standard, .95c Ib. ;
above No. 16 Dutch stand-
ard, 1.95c Ib. ; molasses, 3c


ft.; manufactures, n. s. p.,
50%.
Marmalade, Ic Ib. and 35%.


Pickles, n. s. p., 40%.
Pins, not jewelry, 35%.
Plants, nursery stock, n. s.


to 6c gal.; confectionery,
n. s. p., value 15c or less
per Ib., 15%; value more


Matches, friction, 8c gross,
In boxes of 100 each; not


p., 25%.
Plaster, court, etc., 35%.


than I5c Ib., 50%.


in boxes, Ic por 1,000.


Porcelain, 55% to 60%.


Tallow, %c Ib.


Matting, floor, n. s. p., value
not over lOc square yard,


Pork, fresh, 2c Ib.
Potatoes, 60 Ibs. to bu., 25%.


Tea, free.
Thread, cotton, on spools, 6c


3c square yard; over lOc,
7e square yard and 30%.
Meats, prepared or pre-
served, n. a. p., 25%; in
carcasses, except beef, pork,
mutton or poultry, 10%.
Meerschaum, crude, free;
pipes, 60%.
Milk, fresh, 2c gal.
Minerals, crude, free.
Mineral waters, 20c to 30o


Poultry, live, 3c Ib. ; dressed,
5c Ib.
Powder, gun, 4c to 6c Ib. ;
tooth, 50%.
Precious stones, not set,
10%; set, 60%; imitations,
not set, 20%.
Proprietary articles and
medicines, 25% to 50%.
Pulp, wood, n. s. p., 35%;
mechanically ground, 1-12C
Ib.


doz.
Thrashing machines, 20%.
Tiles, plain. 4c square foot:
ornamented, 8c to lOc
square foot and 25%.
Tin, in bars or. ore, free; in
plates, l%c Ib. ; manufac-
tures of, 45%. but not lo.-s
. than l%c Ib.
Tobacco, wrapper, unstem-
med, $1.85 Ib. ; stemmed,
$2.50 Ib. ; filler, n. s. p..


doz. bottles.
Mirrors, 45%.
Molasses (see "Sugars").
Musical instruments, 45%.
Mutton, fresh, 2c Ib.
Nails, cut, 6-lOc 11).; horse-
shoe, 2Vic Ib. ; wire, 1 inch
and over. y>c Ib.
Naphtha, 20%.
Needles, n. s. p., 25%; darn-


Quinine, free.
Rabbits, live, 20%; dressed,
10%.
Rags, wool, lOc Ib. ; other,
free.
Railroad ties, wood, 20%.
Rattan, in rough, free; uaau-
ufactured, 10% to 35%.


unstemmed, 35e Ib. ; sum-
med, 50c Ib. ; all other man-
ufactured or unmanufac-
tured, n. s. p., 55c Ib.
Twine, binding, froo; cotton,
45%; manila, 45%.
Vegetables, n. s. p., 25%;
preserved, n. s. p., 40%.
Vinegar, 7%c prf. gal.


ing, free.
Nickel, manufactures, 6c Ib.
Nuts, u. s. p., Ic Ib. ; al-
monds, not shelled, 4c Ib. ;


Rice, cleaned, 2c Ib. ; un-
cloanod, IVic Ib.
Rubber boots and shoes, 44c
11) and 60%


Waterproof cloth, lOc square
yard and 20%.
Wax, manufactures, n. s. p.,

25%.


shelled, 6c Ib. ; filberts,




Whalebone, unmanufactured,


shelled. 5c Ib. ; not shelled,


jxye, luc DU.


free; manufactures, n. 8.


3c Ib. ; walnuts, shelled,


Salt, in bags, 12c per 100


p., 30%.


5c Ib. ; not shelled, 3c Ib.


Ibs. ; In bulk, 8c per 100 Ibs.


Wheat, 25c bu.



DISASTERS TO VESSELS.



Cil



Willow, manufactures, 40%.

Wire, brass, copper, iron,
steel, n. s. p., 45%; rods,
4-10c to %c Ib.

Wood, manufactures, n. s.
p., 35%: all wood, unmanu-
factured, n. s. p., 20%;
bamboo, cabinet, woods in
log, cedar, ebony, hoop
timber, hoop poles, piling,
mahogany, )K>plar and
other pulp woods, sandal



and satin wood, timber,
rouud and unmanufactured,
a. s. p., free; sawed lum-
ber, n. s. p., $2 per 1,000
feet board measure.

Wool, first clnss. unwashed,
lie Ib. ; washed, 22c Ib. ;
and scoured, 33c Ib. ; sec-
ond class, washed or un-
washed, 12c Ib. ; scoured,
36c Ib. ; wools of third
class, 4c to 7c Ib. ; blan-



kets, 22c Ib. and 30% to
44c Ib. and 55%, according
to value and size; manu-
factures, n. s. p., 33c Ib.
and 50% to 44c and 55%,
according to v;ilue; yarns,
value not over 30c Ib.,
27V a c Ib. and 40%; value
over 30c Ib., 38V 2 c Ib. and
40%.

Zinc, manufactures, n. 8. p.,
45%.



TELEPHONE RATES IN LARGE CITIES.
[Based on report of city electrician to the common council of Chicago. Jan. 13, 1902.]



CITY.



Baltimore ,

Baltimore

Boston

Buffalo

Chicago

Cleveland ,

Cleveland

Columbus. O

Indianapolis

Kansas City ,

Louisville ,

Louisville

Milwaukee ,

Minneapolis ,

Minneapolis

Nashville ,

New Orleans

New York city . .

Omaha

Philadelphia

Philadelphia

Pittsburg

Rochester, N. Y..

Rochester, N. Y.,

St. Louis

8t. Paul

St. Paul

San Francisco



_

$125
48
1G2



175

84
48
40
40
96

no

48
96
84



84
120
240

90

80
100
125

48

94

150
48

84



125
72



60



$90
70
92



oo

140



$40.60
151.50



150.00
76.00
48.00
40.00
40.00
74.00
74.00
48.00
7fi.OO
00.00

112.50
57.00

120.00

240.00
58.80

66.00

IfiO.OO
101.06

48.00

79.00
125.00
48.00
60.00



RESIDENCE.



$100
30
118



100

eo

36
24
24

72
60
36
60
60



100
24*
80S



II
I*



(ill



$72



oo



$79.33
30.oo

102.00



78.33
54. IX)

30.no

24.00
24.00



.

3ti.(XJ
40.1X1
40.50



40.50



49.50
42.00



80.00
27.00

30.00

00.110
30.00
40.50
63.00



NOTE The average rates in above table include rates on party lines but not measured
service. Where the name of a city is repeated the rates are those of competing companies.



DISASTERS TO VESSELS.
On and near the coasts and on the rivers of the United States.



Tear.



1881. . .



1889. . .
1S90. . .
1891 ..



Wrecks.



1.528
1,514
1.416
1,647
1,407
1.650
l,5t?J
1.534
1.526
1470
1.475



Lives
lost,
623
502
539
807
335
570
553
553
850
550
4)8



Loss on
vessels.



97,080,295

6,848,270
7.020.055
7.384.380
7,378,595
7.093.085
6.205.055
6,841,440
9.578.195
7,f>53.480
0.(W,095



Loss on
cargoes.



$4,607,610
3.414.310
2,393,760
3.874,815
2,443.410
3.207,135
2,140,990
3.571.290
2.440.005
2.172.5!6
2.593,010



Year.



.

is'.i:;.
1894.

is: i.-,.
is; if,:

KIT.

KIS.

is'.c.i;

liHHI.
1901.



Wrecks.''



1,556
1,481
1.653
1,41*0
1,392
1,206
1.191
1,574
1.2IU
1,265



Lives
lost
646
401
803
704
369
290
743
742
252
437



Loss on
vessels.



$7,380.675
7.763,995
8,576.885
7,530,540
6,485.595
6,442.175

10,728,250
8,932,835
7,186,990
6,905,160



Logs on
cargoes.
' $2.577 JT
2,003,855
2.15S.655
1.944,810
2,018,140
1.731.765
1,740,515
2,451,905
3,350.500
2,119,335



NOTE Included in the above
The number of lives lost, in these
vessels were 18S9 and 1898.



Total or partial.

table are seventy-two -war and other
wrecks was 303. The most disastrous



government vessels,
years to government



62 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


GREAT AMERICAN TRUSTS (1900).
List of those having authorized capital of $10.000.000 or more. [From the twelfth census report.]


NAME OF COMBINATION. WITH
YEAR OF ORGANIZATION.


?




AUTHORIZED CAPITALIZATION


DP

i.'i;


fiDENns (1900).


Bonds.


Preferred
stock.


Common
stock.


*i 4

j;l


Total.


Amalgamated Copper (1899)
American Agricultural Chemical (1899).
American Beet Sugar (1899)


4

j-




' 'ii6.itio.aab

5000(100


$75.000.000
20.000.000
15.000,000
20,000.000
20.000.000


'"

;




8



5


4
(I

4
20









5

9
10

t;




6



1(1



m

6




(1




F




1







6



n


$4,500.000
1.024.740
240.000




American Bicycle (1899)


:;:,


$10,000,000


10,000,000


American Brass (1899)


225,000


American Bridge (1900)






35.000.000
30.000.000
14.562,300

'"17.500.666
15.000,000
3.000.000
16.750,000
15,000,000
5.000.000
5.000.000
26.500.000
15,000.000
32.500.000
14.000.000
7,000.000
40.000.000
14,000.000
37,500.000
6.000.000
14,000.000
4,000.000
25.000.000
12.500.000


35.000.000
30.UIO.UiO
20.237.100
15.000.000
17.500.000
25.fflO.UIO
17.000.000
16.750.000
15.000.000
5.000.000
5,000.000
26.500.000
15.000.000
32.5UO.OUO
56.000.000
28.000.000
50.000.000
19.000,000
37.500.000
6.000.000
56.000.000
13,000,000
40.000.000
12.500.000
10.000.000
7,000,000
50.000.000
15.000.000
5.000000
12,500:000
100.000.OU)
12,500,000
26,000.000
7,000.000
20.000.000
11,000,000
15.000.000
20.000.000
9,500.000
30.000.000
5.500.000
20.000.000
15,000.000
7.000.000
5.000.IUI
10,000.000
40.000.000
30.000.000
10,000.000
6.500,000
13.500,000



7
6

"6"
6
5

7

m



7
7


7
7
7
5
8
7





7

"6"

"e"

t;

7
7
6

m

6


y

7

7
7
7
4

7

"e"








2.036,306
1.421.4110


American Cotton Oil (1889)


:>;
3

:>n


5.0UO.(XJO

'"io.obti',666


American Grass Twine (1899)
American Hide and Leather (1899)


1.246.001
41)5.000
1.172.500
505,400
210,000


American Iron and Steel Mfg. (1899)














31;


5,000,000




American School Furniture (1899)


17


1,500,000


American Sheet Steel (1000)




American Shipbuilding (1899)






553.000
1,918,000


American Smelting and Refining (1899).
American Snuff (1900)


IS






American Spirits Mfg. (1895)


13


2,000,000




American Steel and Wire (1899)


4,050.000

980.000
5.914. Sso
604.524
4.390.000
103.067
1,400,000


American Steel Hoop (1899)








5

10

1")


10,000,000
6.000,000


American Thread (1898)


American Tobacco (1890)


American Window Glass (1899)


>,










American Writing Paper (1899)


!6

<)


17,000,000


California Wine Association (1894)


189,762


Central Foundry Co. (1899)


14
i)


4,000,000


7,000,000
50,000,000

'"Koboiooo
' 100,000,666

12.500.000
14,000.000
3.000.000
25.000.000
9.000.000
12,500.000
12,000,000

"25,000,666

4.500,000
10.000.000
15,000.000
5,000,000
5.500.000
10.000,000
40,000,000

""4,5ba666


Continental Tobacco (1898)


3.419.122
1,475,000


Diamond Match (1889)
Electric Boat (1899)


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Elk Tanning (1893)
Federal Steel (1898)


23

17




184.799
4.1)38,815
660.460
2,360.62s
140.000
1.344.402
89.371
531,000


General Chemical (1899)


17




Glucose Sugar Refining (1897)


5













32
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10.000,000
4,500,000


International Silver (1898)




Kentucky Distilleries, etc. (1899)


-,u
7

r,


5.000.000
14.000.000


Mt.Vernon-WoodburvCottonDuck(1899)
National Biscuit (1898)


142.500
2.840.11)3
315.UX)
536.102
1.192.834
265.180
88,776


National Carbon (1899)


5




National Enameling and Stamping(1899)
National Lead (1891)


Id
17






National Salt (1899)


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National Starch (1890)


'.>
3


4,500,000


National Sugar Refining (1900)


National Tube (1899)


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2,800.000

""600,666

270,000


National Wall Paper (1892)
New Jersey Zinc Co. (1880)
Otis Elevator (1893)


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8

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8,000,000
1,700,000


Penn Tanning (1893)


14




Pittsburg Brewing (1899)


Ih
f>


6,500.000


6.500,000
32.000.000
150.000
12,500,000


6.500,000
o2,000.000
9.850.000
12.500.000
74.UK).000


7
7
12
7


4


6
6
8
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8






3
4

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665,497

1.680.000
609.000
1,250.000
5.024.1 Ml
1.459,640
600.0UI
007.624


Pittsburg Coal (1899)


Pittsburg Plate Glass (1895)


10
1


2,500.000


Pressed Steel Car (1899)


Pullman (1899)


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25.oiib.6o6

lu.OUO.OOO
25.000.000
8.000.000
10.000.000
11,000,000

"i2;5bo,666

2,500,()00
15,000.000
12.500.000
64.000.000
25,000.000
12.000,000


30.000.000
10.000.000
25.000.000
16.000.000
100.000.000
16,000.000
10.000.000
12.500,000
3.500,000
15,000.000
12.500.000
64.000.0UI
25.000.000
38,000.000
10,000.000


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7

6

7

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8

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8
8


Royal Baking Powder (1899)


8




Rubber Goods Mfg. (1899)


11




Standard Distilling (1898)


III




Standard Oil (1882)


'ti




43,471.242
170.000
129.747
1.249.035
43.995
437.500


Union Bag and Paper (1898)


17




Union Tanning ( 1893)
United Shoe Machinery (1899)


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f,




United Starch (1899)


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17

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5
33

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1,250,000
1.500.000
15.000.000
10.000,000

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United States Cast-Iron Pipe (1899)
United States Flour Milling (1899)
United States Leather (1893)
United States Rubber (1892)
Virginia-Carolina Chemical (1895) '..
Virginia Iron, Coal. etc. (1899)


3.736,376
2.592,020
1,199,525


*$1.50 per share.



(JltKAT AMKRK'AX TIM'STS.



63



This list gives the title, year of incorpora-
tion and capital stock authorized or issued
of the more important industrial combina-
tions effected within the last three years
and not included in the federal census list
as given, on preceding page:
Allis-Chalmers Co. (1901), $36.250,000.
American Alkali Co. (1899). $30.000,000.
American Can Co. (1901), $88,000,000.
American Cigar Co. (1901), $10,000.000.
American Light and Traction Co. (1901),

$12,127,800.

American Locomotive Co. (1901). $50,412.500.
American Machine and Ordnance Oo. (1902),

$10,000,000.

American Packing Co. (1902). $20,000,000.
American Plow Co. (1902), $75,000,000.
American Pneumatic Service Co. (1899),

$15,000,000.
American Railway Equipment Co. (1899),

$22,000,000.
American Sash and Door Co. (1900), $7,000,000.



American Sewer Pipe Co. (1900),_$10,000,000.

Foun
$30,000,000.



American Steel



Associated Merchants Co. (1901), $15,000,000.
Atlantic Rubber Shoe Co. (1901), $10,000,000.
A. Booth & Co. (1898), $5,500,000.
Borden's Cond'd Milk Co. (1899). $25,000,000.
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. (1902), $10,000,000.



Colonial Lumber and Box Corporation (1902),



RECENTLY FORMED TRUSTS.

Illinois Brick Co. (1900), $9,000,000.

Internat'iil Harvester Co. ( 1902 >, $120,000.000.

International Mercantile Marine Co. (1902),
$120,000,000.

International Nickel Co. (1902), $12,000.000.

Jones & Laughlin Steel Co. (1902), $30,000,000.

Monongahela River Cons. Coal and Coke
Co. (1899), $30,000,000.

National Asphalt Co. (1900), $31,000.000. (Re-
organized in 1902.)

National Candy Co. (1902), $9,000,000.

National Fireprooflng Co. (1899), $12,500,000.

New England Cotton Yarn Co. (1899),
$15,577,000.

New York 'Dock Co. (1901). $28,580,000.

Pacific Hardware and Steel Co. (1902),

$10,000,000.

Pennsylvania Steel Co. (1901), $50,000,000.
Planters' Compress Co. (1899), $10,000,000.
Quaker Oats Co. (1901), $12.000,000.
Railway Steel Spring Co. (1902), $20,000,000.
Sloss-Sheffield iSteel anti Iron Co. (1899),

$22,000,000.

Standard Milling Co. (1900), $17,250,000.
Standard Table Oilcloth Co. (1901), $10,000,000.
Union Steel and Chain Co. (1899), $60,000,000.
United Box Board and Paper Co. (1902),

$30,000,000.
United Copper Co. (1902), $50,000,000.



adries Co. (1902),



$15,000,000.

Consolidated Railway Lighting and Equip-
ment Co. (1901), $17,000,000.

Consolidated Tobacco Co. (1901), $262.689,200.
(United in 1902 with Imperial Tobacco Co.
of England.)

Corn Products Co. (1902), $80,000,000.

Crucible Steel Co. of America (1900),
$50,000,000.

Distilling Co. of America (1899), $85,000,000.

Eastman Kodak Co. (1901), $35,000,000.

Electric Co. of America (1899), $20.368,400.

Electric Vehicle Oo. (1899), $18,000,000.

Empire Steel and Iron Co. (1899). $10,000,000.

Fairmont Coal Co. (1901), $12,000,000.

Great Lakes Towing Co. (1899), $5,000,000.

Harbison- Walker Kefractories Co. (1902),
$25,750,000.



The Northern Securities company was in-
corporated in New Jersey Nov. 1, 1901, for the
purpose of taking over and holding a ma-
jority of the stocks of the Northern Pacific
and Great Northern Railroad companies.
The authorized capital stock is $400,000,000.
James J. Hill Is president of the company
and the directors are Samuel Thome, J. J.
Hill, E. T. Nichols, D. W. James. Robert
Bacon, G. F. Baker, George W. Perkins,
Daniel S. Lament, E. H. Harriman, J;imes
Stillinan, J. H. Schiff, G. C. Clark. W. P.
Clough, N. Terhnne and J. S. Kennedy. The



United Fruit Co. (1899), $20,000,000.



mileage of the roads practically merged un-
der this arrangement is more than 19,000.

Feb. 19, 1902, President Roosevelt directed
Attorney-General Knox to proceed against



United States Cast-Iron Pipe aud Foundry

Co. (1899), $25,000,000.
United States Cotton Duck Corporation

(1901), $30,000,000.
United States Realty and Construction Co.



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