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2,634


274






Lake


34.504






LaSalle


87.776
16.523
29.894
42.035


80.798
14,693
26,187
38.455


70.403
13.663
27.491
38.450


60.792
12.533
27,171
31.471


48.332
9.214
17.651
11,637


17,815
6,121
5,292
1,552


9.348
7.092
2.035
759


'"3,668








Lee
Livingston






Logan


28.680
28,412
29,759
67.843
44.003
42.256
64,694
30.446
16,370
17.491


25.489
27.467
26.114
63.036
38.083
40.380
51,535
24.341
13.653
16,067


25.037
27,970
24.908
60.100
30.665
37.692
50.126
23.686
15,055
16.242


23.05
26.509
28,762
53.988
26,481
32,726
44.131
20.622
16.956
16,184


14,272
20.069
22.089
28.772
13,738
24,602
31,251
12,739
13.437
10,931


5,128
7,016
14.978
10.1(8
3,988
12.355
20.441
6.720
5.180
5,921


2.333
5.308
2.578
6.505
3.039
7,826
14.433
4.742
1,849








McDonough


*






McHenry
McLean


""U22
1.990
t6.221
2.125


i3,'550






Madison








Mason


Massac,


13.110


11,313


10.443


9,581


6.213


4.092










Menard


14,336


13,120


13,024


11.735


9,584


6.349


4.431










20.945


18,545


19,502


18,769
12.982
25.314
28.463
10.385
27.492


15,042
12.832
13,979
22,112

6,385

22,888


5.246
7.679
6277
10,064
3.234
10.020


2.352
4.481
4.490
19,547

3,479


26
2.000
2.953
12,714






Monroe
Montgomery
Morgan


13.847
30.836
35.006
15.224
29.129


12.948
30.003
32.636
14.481
28,710


13.682
28,078
31.514
13.699
29.937


1,516




Moultrie
Ogle






Peoria


88.608


70.378


55.355


47.540


36.601


17,547


6,153


*






Perry
Piatt


19.830
17.706


17.529
17.062


16.007
15.583


13,723
10,953


9.552
6.12F


5.278
1.606


3,222


i,2is










Pike


31.595
13.585


31.000
14.016


33.751
13.256


30,768
11,437


27.249
6.742


18,819
3.975


11.728
4.094


2,396
3.316






Pope


2,610


,


Pulaski


14.554

4,746
28.001
16.391
55.249
86.685
21. (85
71.593
16.129
10.455


11,355
4.730
25.049
15,019
41,917
66,571
19.842
61.195
16.013
10.304


9.507
5,554
25.690
15.545
38.302
61.806
15.940
52.894
16.249
10.741


8.752
6.280
20,859
12.803
29.783
51.068
12.714
46.352
17.419
10.530


3.943
5.587
17.205
9.711
21.005
37.694
9.331
32,274
14,684
9.069


2,265
3,924
11,079
4.012
6,937
20,180
5.588
19,228
10.573
7.914










Putnam


2.131
7,944


*1.310

4,429


'492


'7,275




Rock Island
St Clair. . .


2.610
13,631

"ii'jie

6.972
6.215


"Y.ofs
"\2.m

*2,959


'5,248


'5.007


Saline








Scott






Shelby


32.126
10,186
34.933
33.221


31.191
9.982
31.338
29.556


30.270
11.207

31.963
29,066


25.476
10.751
30.1)08
27.903


14.613
9.004
25.112
21.470


7.807
3.710
11.666
12.052


6.659
1.573
2,800
7,221


2,972
"47i6






Stark
Stephenson






Union


22.(ilO


21.549


18,102


16.518


11.181


7.615


5.524


3.289


2,862




Vermilion
Wabash
Warren


65.635
12.83
23.163
19.526
27.626
25.386


49,905
11.866
21.281
19.262
23.806
2T>.005


41.588
9.945
22.9X5
21.112
21.291
23.087


30.388
8.841
23.174
17,599
19,758
16,846


19.800
7,313
18.336
13.731
12,223
12.403


11.492
4.190
8.176
6.953
6.825
8.925


9.308
4,240
6.739
4.810
5.133
7.919


5.836
2,710
308
1.675
2.553
6,091






Washington
Wayne
White


1,517
1.114
4.828




Whiteside
Will


34,710

74.764
27.796
47,845
21.822


30.854
62,007
22.226
39.938
21.429


30.S85
53.422
19.324
30.505
21.020


27.5(6
48.013
17.329
29.301
18.956


18.737
29.321
12.205
24.491
13.282


5.361
10.703
7.210
11,773
4.415


2.514
10,167
4,457
4,309


Williamson
Winnebago
Woodt'ord








*McDonongh and Schuyler reported together and credited to Schuyler in 1830. Peoria and
Putnam reported together and credited to Putnam in 1830.
tMadison county at one time occupied half the northern part of the state. It was greatly
reduced in size between 1820 and 1830.
Of the 102 counties in the state all but six increased in population during the decade
1S90-19IIO. the counties showing the largest percentages of increase being Cook, 54.2 per cent;
Lake, 42.3 per cent; Rock Island, 81.8 per cent; Vermilion, 31.5 per cent; St. Clair, 30.2 per cent;
Boone, 29.4 per cent; Kankakee, 29.3 per cent, and Pulaski. 28.1 per cent.
The six counties showing a decrease are Brown, Greene. Jersey, Jo Daviess, Kendall and
Pope.



STATISTICS OF POPULATION. 89


FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION OF ILLINOIS BY COUNTIES.
(Twelfth census, 1900.]


COUNTY


's

1


Austria.


Bohemia.


Canada.


Denmark.


England.


France.


Germany.


Holland.


Hungary.




7,748
789
738
2,867
890
8,900
615
1,890
1.284
3.979
2.429
393
350
2,565
&55
625,88 1
102
209
6,370
675
572
6,503
456
446
1,680
1,028
3,178
152
1,842
190
848
7,179
248
1,915
80
774
9.375


22
3
3

4


H
1
1

8


102
47
26
199
15


12


345
48
84
449
45
844
12
151
91
455
324
28
43
53
106
31,998
16
20
746
126
50
522
90
210
46
74
296
21
677
14
129
1,064
33
154
10
76
706
379
222
12
61
115
iu;
17
1,547
486
. 198
359
971
2,394
18
309
735
139
378
383
571
306
750
670
172
2H
87
24
120
414
17
258
685
55
888
1,358
226
134
252


IKJ
14
37
3

124
18
11
3
28
145
11
8
55
9
3.156

4

80
8
8
25
9


5,909
327
361
816
11
1,639
448
1,084
871
1.969
930
242
214
2,149
309
189,053
41
121
1,327
124

ye

4,418
139
199


11
5


4
3
6


Alexander
Bond




Boone


31


3


Bureau


86
3
23
1
9
86


6
1
13


163
11
153
25

110
16
10
29
55
37,213
14

406
57
32
244
Ifi
3
25
18
09
4
77
2
28
191
5
35
4
19
IGfc
690
57
7
33
12
134
6
1.123
1,758
88
184
553
426
3
271
175
43
39
207
229
122
54
96
46
56
15
3


301
1
75
6
70
20


22

7
9
2
9
3


1

""i

""5.




Carroll


Cass


Champaign
Christian


11


Clark


Clay
Clinton


14

2
12,194


6


12
9
3
10,788
1
3
240
4
7
75
2


47

19,091
1


""i

2
5.024


Cook


36,090


Crawford
Cumberland
Dekalb
Dewitt. . . ..


2
12


3
1
2
14


6


""2
2
20


Douglas


6
43

3


10




Iffin H' '










4

8




8
11
189
2
13


15
13
9
1
12
3
6
118
3
138
2
6
20
114
63
34
4
13
63

184
137
15

w

55
471
9
97
94
8
19
31
102
19
56
146
36
55
12
3
13
2
15
31
14


1,410
678
961
93
298
119
K67
707
141
1,204
51
14*
2,009
2,599
587
285
274
564
2,070
17
8,411
2,729
504
298
2,677
6,484
56
1.634
2,491
2,196
203
3.198
3,845
1,739
2,959
5,187
81)2
996
969
291
734
253
1.434
1,158
758
95


2
6
6


""a

i

""s


Fayette
Ford


9
4


Kulton


34
1
11

271
3
10


1

1






2
218


1
3


""35


(irundy


348


Hancock




9


10
1




Henderson


2
8
11
18
5
3
11
6


1

3
3
-14
2
3
14
2


5

38
223
10
1
8
3
8


187
131
6


6
2
9




5.454
1,527
394
645
1.142
8,802
1)6
19.202








2


4




,lo Daviess


39
1
27
114
2
5
111
25


2

"'63
14

.....

262




90

82
3
8
212
1.450


37
59


469
222
65
18
295
235




7.625
2.058
6.38

8.224
20,158
138


Kendall




1

37
46




LaSalle






3.S96

H,:>82
3 O-'l


- 9
12
24
3
24
13
5
311
165
8
281
2


'"ii"

1
1
137
2
3
23
243
25
4
2


65
440
6
1
162
27
1J
11

V

15


8
20
3


9

250
9






Mc'bonough
McHenry


1.103
5.T80
7.:!79
2.985
5.198
K.IWI
1.83?
3.141
1.252
MB


17
16
3
2
6
6
7
8
1


13
5
5
141
05
1
2

'"i

1

'"is

2


Maiion








Mason


Menard


1. .>!'.
2.570
1 .594
2.185
2.705
282
3.958
12.488
1.5T5
BS8


2
25
13

29
6


21


39
63
1
47
78
19
317
4117
18
33
37


28
14
1
1
5
3
40
58
1
10
1


3
6
4
3




Montgomery


5

3




Ogle


11

129
6


10
63
2
1
2


11
231

18
7
5


1,957
0,246

240
295


42

37


1

8








2




I'ike


H45


2



90 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 19; 3.


FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION OF ILLINOIS. COXTIXUED.


COUNTY.


* t
*s

1


1


S

i


Canada.


Denmark.


England.


1


liuinii.1)!)


Hulhind.


Iliinijari/.


Pope


198
372
675
2.476
559
13.239
> 11.779
121






27
17
37
14
301
227
9


5

16
23
127
37
562
834
19
1,132
66
189
145
165
200
220
31
623
46
228
25
67
49
385
1,800
100
839
270


4
3
8
84
10
73
405
5
75
4
1
14
7
41
78
5
157
4
6
17
1
11
13
129
4
2K
228


11.7

.18,

268
1.672
281
3.S07
7,353
63
3,204
99
211
650
145
3.984
3.204
322
1.805
277
19!l
1,939
102
326
2.088
6.177
167
1,168
2.155






Pulaski


2'*
1
7
1
30
149




2
58
5


1
5
5


""i




2
5


Randolph
UU'hlaiid


Rock Island
St. Clair .


6
170


212

27


86
41

1
43
1


5

48

""iii






8,227
2115
532
1.138
744
5,209
4,408
508
5.514
885


150


25


235
11
17
24
59
179
83
37
169
10
70
8
8
7
252
772
15
5S3
37


41












Shelby


11
1

8
4
11

88


4


ft
9


3






St -phenson


9


127
11
6
7
1
2
5


i

19

'"185
1




1
19


7
81








1.774
2.755
257
448
5.107
19,748
629
12.318
3.U28


1
2
3




37
3
2
1
82
236
3
127
1


Washington


9
1


White






\Vhiteside


15
1,827
3
19
18


5

391


802
40


"'236
1
3
22


Will


Williamson
Winnebago
Woodford


4

5


19
5


COUNTY.


Ireland.



1


5o
S

1
15
1
1

229


Poland
(Austri-
an arid
German,)


Poland
(Russian
itJand un.
\ known*




2T~
7
1
10


Scotland


{


ftw-ttzei -

Ullld.


3

1




795
220
37
349
122
720
49
241
184
820
393
64
41
75
294
76,393
18
42
. 665
259
87
25T
157
12
67
93
196
15
250
39
226
680
55
159
3
183


31

14
2
16


3
3
2


60
15
15
136
3
432
5
49
27
92
85
5
9
17
32
11,061
7
6
118
26
5
120
3
7
10
12
48
1
102
3
20
698
2
28
1
8
158
41
87
3
10
10
36
2


60
34
12
583
2
1,792
8
40
47
185
28

1

10
52,721
1
3
1,898
43
8
425
9
1
3
4
1,082


113
9
146
6
2
26
39
13
13
32
37
22
3
93
8
3.502


12

'"i

5
1
79
i
9
1
29
20
1
.,.

3
1,917


Alexander
Bond


1
13
1
221










1,252
5
1


15
1

7
2
44
18


112


634










' 5
3

2
102






1

2
17


Champaijrn


33

31




6


Clark


Clay








1
1


6
5
1

24.479




4
4
16,915








5

22,781




Cook


43.938


18,070




Cumberland
Pekalb












5
41
4
1

72
11
8
22
87
35
2
5
2
18
33
5
51
2
2

ir

loll
9
5
3
34
85


" "43

""3
9
1
3

""2
1

69
6
6

1711

:$

3
54 1

52
1
3
1
35


29
3
1
31


540
11
1
46
2


1


4

3
1

47


48
1
1

i










123












Effineham




3






2








Ford


1


267
2
6


2
4


2


5
3
30






14


4


225






r l PHP


1

1.288


3

877






3

76


20
310
1
43




14


39
2
2






2


3


4
1
1

6
2
4


1








2
27
GO

2


1
2.J
2
2
' 3


1

in

17

3


317
4,534
300
6
9
13
15
38
1




455
459
100
25
21
888
637
19


2
40
252










3
13


4


15'.l


18


3




Jo Daviess
Johnson


14


1








i



STATISTICS (ll- 1 POITLATION.


til


FOKKK;. \-noKN POPULATION OF ILLINOIS.-CONTINI-EI).


COUNTY.


Ireland.


,2 s


Norway.


Poland
(Austrian
ami
Urrmiin).


||ii


I


Scotland.


Sweden.


Switzer-
land.


Wale.


Kane


1,482

896


54
172


433
191
847
22
100
1,502


8
US
3
1
9
1,799


75
45
7
2
82
248


142
4

2
13
309
173


175
7(1
173
263
818
1
57
232
60
87
122
152
70
101
102
44
1C>8
11
5
38
111
1
52
60
4
120
275
45
13
14
5
7
8
129
4
130
150
2
246
5
6
24
81
6
52
11
125
4
59
19
9
13
160
810
83
379
60


3.942
356
88
4,429
1.078
0!'4


841
84
16
17
50
94
1
104
326
16
7
28
109
39
44
719
32
17
7
2
10
15
19
55
17
6
15
377
17
15
7
1
9
22
40
164
133
238


223
45
21
17
70
198
1
4
46
7
10
10
47
7
50
144
10
15
6

'"16
47
1
20
8
.....

77
23
1
3
1

1
53
95




Kendall




017
!>58
2.622
48
855
941
417
170
TO)
L802
6X1
488
775
77
315
102

127

74
395
07")
88
345
1,830
147
188
200
8
52
79
281
42
924
1,387
18

''!4
99
113
177
337
258
40
577
28
314
74
84
28
090
2.22)
28
844
218


14
41
336


Lake. . .


LaSallo


Lawrence




3
70
10


311
280
12
2
123
24
13
5
15
4
4




2
17
2


6
39

8
4
30
23
8
85
173

130


135
152
50
165
443
635
50

88

10
363
IB
4
206
1,302
2
8
91
7
471
777
5
33
10
1
6
144
13
1
5,053
81
1
128
' 7


Livingston


11
1


Mc'Douongh
M cllenry


50
142
1
71
103

856

2




29
9
12

50
2
109
1




27
15
10
19






Madison


Marion




11










4

121
1
2
9
15
1
14
147
15
2
7


Mc'iiard


6


22
4


3


47






1
68
' 4






Montgomery


1
10




7
2




Moultrie




Ogle


5

r,9

114


229
13
1
8
2


2
34
71


1

78
70






Platt


Pike


2

52
1
10












Pulaski'..


4
1






2
2
6
3
158
253




3

8


2
4




Kiehland




Rock Island
St Clair.


21
110


178
5


16
50


26
42
1
126

2






156


57


129V


211


62
4
5
26
2
112
180
8
59
8
3
16
11


117
2
1
6
1
5
11
3
79

'"i

1




Scott


1
1
1

1
104
2
7
1










Shelby


3


34


1
1


4


44
87
60
64
4
448
1
835
2
7
2
520
2,697
8
7.792
16


Stark


Stepbenson


54

2
20


2
4
21


1


4

1,999

480






204




Warren
Washington


1




2
29
8
1
2
212
2
4
54


1
4


592


1


White






1
9
175
12
24
6


Whiteside


11

840

186

121

01


20
181
1,
213
4


348


23
185
6
83

238


3
247

10 1

241
3


Will


Williamson
Winnebago
Wood ford




183


"Includes the countries named and all others.
FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION OF ILLINOIS CITIES.
[Figures for Chicago given on another page.]


BORN IN '"


r* t


|I


|| BORN IN . |
B* KM


1


Peoria.


5

s
o>


s?

II


6,


Austria... 91
Bohemia. 96
Canada. . . 180
Denmark. 14
England.. 300
France ... 98
<ierniany. 1.288
Holland.. 21
Hungary.. 30


1,679 115 16
9 55 4
404! 340 106

28| 89
712 001 173
58 152 30
1,889 4.745 3,988
31 7
153 7(1 4


17
4
320
102
491
14
5C5
6
3


01 Ireland.... 1.21J
3 Italy 1(
149 Norway.. . <
19 Poland . . . 5S.
499 Russia.... 231
~'4 Scotland.. 61
1,940 Sweden... 4]
22
19 Total* . . 8.92C


1,206
321
94
36?
123
848
951

8.536


1.34
40
11
101
143
155
528

8.!t45


40
3

1
15
31


4 524
1 102
6 129
5 4
5 24
4 209
1 6,690


1,106
47
45
90
107
105
87

4,054


4.96


1 9,337


"Includes the countries named and all others.





CHICAGO DAILY NKWS ALMANAC AND YKAH BOOK FOK 1903..



DEATH RATE IN THE UNITED STATES.



Census year ended May 31, 1900.

From the tables prepared by \V. A. Kins, chief statistician for vital statistics, it ap-
pears that in the registration areas, or those parts of the country furnishing complete and
reliable data, there has been a decrease in the general death rate since 1890 of 1.8 per 1.000 of
population. In 1890 the rate in cities of 5.000 or more population was 21 per 1.000; in 1900 the
death rate was IS.ti in cities of 8.00(1 or more population, showing a decrease of 2.4 per 1.000.

The following table shows the death rate per 1,000 in cities having lOO.UOOor more population :



City. 1900.

Allegheny 18.4

Baltimore 21.0

Boston 20.1

Buffalo 14.8

Chicago 16.2

Cincinnati 19.1

Cleveland 17.1

Columbus 15.8

Denver 18.6

Detroit 17.1

Fall Kiver 22.4

Indianapolis 10.7

Jersey City 20.7



IKfHI.

IS.::
22.9
23.4
18.4
19.1
21.0



20.2
14.7



23.2



City. 1900. 1890.

Kansas City 17.4 17.3

Los Angeles 18.1 20.0

Louisville 20.0 20.1

Memphis 25.1 25.3

Milwaukee 15.9 18.8

Minneapolis 10.8 13.5



Newark 19.8

New Haven 17.2

New Orleans 28.9



New York...



20.4



Omaha 13.5



17.3IPaterson 19.0

25.6] Philadelphia 21.2

CAUSES OF DEATH.



27.4
18.8
20.3
25.3
9.4
22.2
21.3



Pittsbnrg..

Providence

Rochester

St. Joseph, Mo.

St. Louis

St. Paul



San Francisco

Scranton

Syracuse

Toledo

Washington

Worcester

*No data



1900.
20.0
19.9
15.0

9.1
17.9

9.7
20.5
20.7
13.8
10.0
22.8
15.5



1890.
20.1
21.1
17.3



14.9

22.5
21.8
19.0
18.9
23.7
18.0



In this table is shown the number of deaths from prevalent diseases and from accidents
in 1900 and 1890, with the proportion from each cause per 100.000 of deaths from all causes.
Consumption in this enumeration includes general tuberculosis; heart disease includes peri-
carditis; diarrheal diseases include cholera morbus. colitis, dysentery and enteritis; paralysis
includes general paralysis of the insane; diseases of the stomach include gastritis and dis-
eases of the liver include jaundice.



CAUSE OF
DEATH.


1900.


1890.


CAUSE OP
DEATH.


1900.


1890.


Num-
ber.


Pro-
por-
tion.


Num-
ber.


Pro-
por-
tion.


Num-
ber.


Pro-
por-
tion.


lum-
ber.


Pro-
por-
tion.




111,059
105,971
69.315
46.907
40.5o9
36,724
35.379
29.475
29.222
26,901

25,664
25.570
23.305
20.223
17,282
10.045
10.475
15.505
14.874
14.720


HI. OSs
10.198
6,671
4.514
3.901
3.534
3.405
2.837
2.812
2,589

2.470
2.401
2.297
1.946
1.003
1,002
1,580
1.492
1,431
1.417


102,199
70.490
44.959
47,201
34,286
19,457
27,058
18.530
16.591
14.999

17,775
27,510
10,570
22.422
25.536
12.957
27.815
16.598
18.594
7.030


12.140

9,091
5,343
5.610
4.074
2.312
3.2Hi
2.203
1,972
1,783

2,113

3.209
1.969
2.540
3,035
1.540
3.300
1.973
2,210
908


Diseases of stomach


13.484
12,806
12.484
12,249
11,409
11,382
11.264
9,958
7.501
6.9:50
6.776
6.772
6.333
5,498
5.387
5.111
5.Ui7
4.672
4,302
4,174
4,06(1


1,298
1.238
1.201
1,179
1.104
l.OitS
1,084
958
722
667
652
S52
609
529
518
492
488
450
414
4112
391


8,080
9,256
13.862
9,460
12.322
6.995
10.070
8,432
4,995
5.756
3,748
3.850
5.909
3.932
5.104


960
1,100
1.647
1,124
1,464
831
1.197
1,002
u!)4
684
44')
458
709
407
607




Heart disease
Diarrheal diseases..
Unknown causes
Diseases of kidneys
Typhoid fever


Croup
Diseases of the liver
Diseases of brain


Dropsy
Whooping cough
Peritonitis






Railroad accidents..


Inflammation of the
brain, meningitis..
Cholera infantum.. .


Burns and scalds
Scarlet fever


Suicide


K h tl<*' '




Debility, atrophy.. ..


Appendicitis


Kneumatism


4.508
2,407
4.338
8.333
2,552


KM

286
516
BH3
306


Diphtheria


Dia betes


Hy drocephalus
Cerebro-spinal fever
Gunshot wounds


Malarial fever
Premature birth



DEATH RATE AT CERTAIN AGES BY MONTHS.
Per 100,000 of population. [United States census, 1900.]



MONTH.



ALL AGES.



UNDER 5 YEARS,



Malts.



5 TO 59 YEARS.



Males. Females



60 AND OVEH.



Males. Females.



January. .
February.

March

April

May

J\



July

August

September.
October. . ..
November..
December..



164.3
155.9
192.5
185.5
lt>3.1
140.8
168.3
158.0
144.0
139.9
134.2
148.1



144.3
141.0
173.3
107.3
143.5
121.0
142.8
138.4
1219
120.9
116.7
130.0



447.3
451.7
528.3
500.3
449.9
447.8
(.75.9
583.7
480.6
380.6
334.9
383.1



S66.2
375.2
429.2
405.5
371.2
380.2
570.5
512.5
411.6
309.4
2110.3
329.3



89.4
82.8
100.8
98.4
89.6
74.9
7ci.6
70.0
73.5
78.2
77.4
82.9



70.6
74.1
87.7
85.6
77.8
63.4
64.3
04.9
61.9
67.5
64.8
ff.l.6



655.8
004.2
810.9
778.3
031.1
481.9
4'.*;.4
507.1
497.5
531.7
o'.'O.U
590.7



597.2
508.0
778.0
757.2

fjoo.r.

417.1
430.2
414.0
420.0
459.4
457.2
682.8



NET TONNAGE OF VESSELS IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.



DEATH RATE BY" CONJUGAL CONDITION AND SEX.
Per l.UOO of population. [United States census. 1900.]



CONJUGAL
CONDITION.


15 YRS. AND OVER


15 TO 4t YEARS.


Male*.


Females.


Half*.


Females.


Single , . .


ll.li
lli.T

(il.il


8.2
13.4
43.0


9.4
8.1
19.6


6.2
9.1
12.2




Widowed. . .



45 TO 154 YEAHS. 65 YRS. AND OVER



Males.

33.3
2U.4
37.6



Females



21.8
1T.4
24.8



107.8
75.0
lit! 4



DEATH RATE FROM CERTAIN CAUSES. BY CONJUGAL CONDITION AND SEX.
Per 1.000 of population. [United States census. 1'JOO. ]



CAUSE OF DEATH.



SINGLE.



Males. Females.} Males. Female*. Males. Females



Alcoholism

Consumption

Cancer and tumor

Suicides

Nervous diseases

Respiratory diseases.

Digestive diseases

General diseases



8.6

171.1

12.0

8.9

193.1

810.1

79.4

423.2



124.9

18.2

3.4

360.8

2bl.O

67.7
406.3



11.7
2155

83.8
2:..3
2246
2->3.4
112.2
133.7



4.1
216.5
116.4

7.1
143.U
159.6
1039
117.7



38.4
465.2
263.7

64.5
936.6
851.4
288.3
470.3



.

7.6
672.0
690.
227.2
387.3



DEATH RATE AT EACH AGE PER 1,000 OF POPULATION.



Age. 1900. ixao.

Under 1 j-ear 1R5.4 205.8

1 year 46.6 84.9

2 years 20.5 23.8

3 years 13.2 16.S

4 years 9.4 13.0

Under 5 years 52.1 66.8

5 to 9 years 5.2 7.3

10 to 14 years.... . 3.3 .3.8

15 to 19 years 5.2 6.0



[United States census, 1900.]



20 to 24 years..
25 to 29 years..
30 to 34 years..
35 to 39 years..
40 to 44 years..
45 to 49 years..
50 to 54 years..
55 to 59 year*..



UHXJ.
7.5
8.6
9.4
11.0
12.2
15.2
19.1
26.3



8.4
99
10.6
12.5
13.5
16.5
19.2
26.5



Age.

60 to 64 years.
65 to 69 years.
70 to 74 years.
75 to 79 years.
80 to 84 years.
85 to 89 years.
90 to 94 years.
95 and over...



1900.
. 35.1
. 52.2
. 75.2
.110.5
.165.8
.241.3
.339.2
.418.9



1890
32.8
49.0
64.5
103.
144.6
215.5
260.0
347.1



BIRTH AND DEATH RATES OF THE VARIOUS COUNTRIES.



Table prepared hy the United States census office, showing the annual birth and death rate
per l.OOU of population in the countries named for the ten years. 1890-1899.



Country.



United States 35.1

England, Wales 3J.1

Scotland 30.7

Ireland 23.0

IHMiinark 30.3

Norway 30.4



Birth*. Deaths. < Country.



17.4

18.4



Birtliy.Deaths



Sweden 27.2

Austria 37.2

Hungary 40.5



27.1
30.3



German empire 36.2 22.5



Prussia 36.8



22.1



Country.



Births.DeatTis



Netherlands 32.7 18.6

Belgium 28.9 19.2

France 22.2 21.6

Italy 35.5 24.6

Switzerland 27.7



GREAT OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.



SHIP.



lover all



Be'm D'pth



Displace-
ment.



Gross
tonnage,



Speed.



Great Eastern

Paris

Teutonic

St. Paul

Lucania

Kaiser Wilhelm

Oceanic

Deutschland

Kronprinz Wilhelm.

Celtic

Kaiser Wilhelm II.
Cedrict



1858
1888
1890
1895
1893
1897
1899
1900
1!H)1
1901
1902
1902



Feet.
692
560
585
554
625
649
705
686
663
700
707
700



Feet.
83
63

63

69
. 66
* 68

67

64

75

75



42
42
42

41^

4:;
49

8*

49



Tons.
27,000
15,000
13.800
16.000
19.000
21.000
32.500
23,500
21.280
37,700
26.000
38.500



Tons.
18.915
10.500
9.984
11.600
12,950
14,349
17,274
15.500
15,<)00
20.S80
19,500
21.000



Knots
14.5
20
20
21
22
22.8
21

23.5
23.5
16
24



'Launched Aug. 12, 1902. tLaunched Aug. 21, 1902.
NET TONNAGE OF VESSELS IN THE FOREIGN TRADE.



FISCAL YEAR
ENDED JUNE 30.



ENTERED AMERICAN PORTS



Foreign.



CLEARED FROM AM. PORTS



American .



Foreign.



is-.*:.

IS'AS.
1899.
19011.
1901.
1902



5.525.328
5.240.04H
5,340.660
6.135.652
6.381.305
6.9K2.20B



18,234,922
20.339.353
20,770.156
22.027.353
23.386.716
23.694.237



6.618,142
5.111.447
5.471.752

6.208.918
6.417.347
6.821.510



18,091.053
20.036,785
20,794,224
22,072,223
23,402.546
23,622.610



CHICAGO DAILY NKWS ALMANAC AM) YEAR BOOK FOR l!ti)!.



MANUFACTURES IN THE UNITED STATES.



[Twelfth census, 1900.]
COMPARATIVE SUMMARY BY DECADES (1850-1900).



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