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In five states in 1892 the electoral vote was divided: California gave 8 electoral votes for
Cleveland and 1 for Harrison and Ohio gave 1 for Cleveland and 22 for Harrison; in Michigan,
by act of the lee slature,each congressional district voted separately for an elector; in Oregon
1 of the 4 candidates for electors on the people's party ticket was also on the democratic ticket;
in North Dakota 1 of the 2 people's party electors cast his vote for Cleveland, this causing the
electoral vote of the state to be equally divided between Cleveland. Harrison and Weaver.
In 1890 California gave 8 electoral votes to McKinley and 1 to Bryan; Kentucky gave 12 to
McKinley and 1 to Bryan.


FASTEST VOYAGES I

Quoenstown to New York, 5 davs 7 hmn-s
23 minutes, by the Lucania, Oct. 21-26, 18!)4.
New York to Queenstown, 5 days 8 hours
38 ainutes, by the Lucania, Sept. 8-14, 1894.
Cherbourg to New York, 5 days 11 hours
57 minutes, by the Kronprinz Wilhelm,
Sept. 10-16, 1902.
New York to Cherbourg, 3 days 16 hours,
by 'the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, Jan.
4-10, 1900.
Southampton to New York, 5 days 20
hours, by the Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,
March 30-April 5, 1898.
Havre to New York. 6 days 7 hours,
by L/aSavoie, March 22-28, 1902.


LCROSS THE ATLANTIC.

New York to Southampton, 5 days 17
hours 8 minutes, by the Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grosse, Nov. 23-29, 1897.
New York to Havre, 6 days 11 hours 5
minutes, by LaSavoie, Nov. 14-21, 1901.
New York to Plymouth, 5 days 7 hours
28 minutes, by the Deutschland, Sept. 5-10,
1900.
Plymouth to New York. 5 days 15 hours
46 minutes, by the Deutschland, July 7-12,
1900.
Distances: New York to Southampton,
3,100 miles: to Plymouth. 2,962 miles: to
Queenstown, 2,800 miles: to Cherbourg,
3,047 miles; to Havre, 3.170 miles.



206



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.

[Oct. 1. 1902.]



INTEREST-HEARING DEBT.



TITLE OF LOAN.



Authorizing act.



Rate.



Amount
Issued.



Total out-
standing
Sept. 30, KHtl



Consols of l'.0

Loan of l'JOS-1918

Funded loan of 1907

Befnndlng certificates

Loan of 1925

Loan of 1904

Aggregate of interest-bear-
ing debt..



March 14. 1900 2 per cent.,

June 13. 1898 3 per cent..

July 14. 1870. & Jan. 20,1871 4 percent.,

Feb. 2(1. 1879 4percent..

Jan. 14. 1875 4 per cent..

Jan. 14,1875 5 per cent..



J445.9J0.750
litS.792.fUU)
740.923.fioO
40.012.750
162.815.400
100.01)0.0110



1145,940,790

97.515.tM

233,177.500

31.880

134.994,21)0

19.410.350



1.687.985,2101



931.070.340



DEBT ON WHICH INTEREST HAS CEASED SINCE MATURITY.

Funded loan of 1891, continued at 2 per cent, called for redemption May 18. 1900; in-
terest ceased Aug. 18. 1900 J133.700.00

Funded loan of 1S91. matured Sept. 2, 1891 ti3.050.00

Old debt matured at various dates prior to Jan. 1, 1861, and other items of debt ma-
tured at various dates subsequent to Jan. 1, 1861 '. 1,060. 110.26



Aggregate of debt on which Interest has ceased since maturity 1,256,860.26

DEBT BEARING NO INTEREST.

United States notes Feb. 25. 1862; July 11. 1862; March 3, 1863. ... ... .{346,681,016.00

Old demand notes July 17, 1861: Feb. 12, 1862 53,847.50

National-bank notes Redemption account July 14. 1890 42.733,894.51

Fractional currency July 17.1862; March 3.1863; June 30, 1864, less $8,375,934 esti-
mated as lost or destroyed, act of J uue 21, 1879 6.878.323.63



Aggregate of debt bearing no interest 396.342,081.63

CERTIFICATES AND NOTES ISSUED ON DEPOSITS OP COIN AND LEGAL-TENDER NOTES AND
PURCHASES OP SILVER BULLION.



CLASSIFICATION.



In the
treasury.



In circu-
lation.



Amount
issued.



Gold certificates March 3. Ii3; July 12, 1882; March 14, 1900. . . $58,929,035 304,382,054 $363,311.039
Silver certificates Feb. 28, 1878; Aug. 4. 1886; March 3, 1887;

March 14, 1900 6.180.522 459.571.478 465.752,000

Treasury notes Of 1890-June 8, 1872;' March 14, 1900 94,210 26,741,790 20.83ti.000

Aggregate of certificates and treasury notes offset by
cash in the treasury , 65.203.767 790.695,322 855,899.089

RECAPITULATION.

Classification: Sept. 30. 19(12. Avg.3t.t!HK.

Interest-bearing debt $931.070.340.00 $931.070.340.00

Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 1.256,860.26 l.2">7. 490.26

Debt bearing no interest 396,342.081.63 395.25t.991.68

Aggregate of Interest and noninterest-bearing debt 1,328,669,281.89 1.327.582.821.89

Certificates and treasury notes offset by an equal amount of

cash in the treasury 855.899,089.00 845.876.089.00

Aggregate of debt, including certificates and treasury notes. 2,184,568,370.89, 2,173,458,910.89
CASH IN THE TREASURY.

Reserve fund Gold coin and bullion .. 3150,000,000.00

Trust fund Gold coin $363.311,089.00

Silver dollars 465.752.0UO.OO

S ilver dollars of 1 890 2.396.361.00

Silver bullion of 1890 24.439.639.00 855,899,089.00

Genera] fund Gold coin and bullion $77,195.736.09

Gold cert i flcate s 58,929.035.00

Silver certificates 6,180.522.00

Silver dollars 2.565.141.00

Silver bullion 3.310.198.92

United States notes 3,750,930.00

Treasury notes of 1890 94.210.00

National bank notes 14,610,838.93

Fractional silver coin 8.082.371.28

Fractional currency 141.37

Minor coin 701,445.92

Bonds and interest paid, awaiting reimbursement. 178.191.45 175,598,261.95

In national bank depositaries

To credit of treasure) of the United States 126.102.429.57

To credit of United States disbursing officers 7.8'!9.767.84 183.932.197.41 309.530.459.36



Total 1.315,429.548.i



WORK OF THE FIFTY-SEVEXTH COXGKESS.



207



STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.-CONTlNtJED.
DEMAND LIABILITIES.

Gold certificates $3(8.311.089.00

S ilver certificates 4^">. iS2.000.00

Treasury notes of 1890 2li.836.000.00 $855,899,039.00

National bank 5 per cent fund 12.9ii5.309.79

Outstanding checks and drafts 8.460, Tiis.93

Disbursing officers' balances 57.99tt.244.37

Postoftice department account 6,620.897.11

Miscellaneous items 2.296.875.04 88.277,065.24 $944.170,154.24

Reserve fund... ! 150,000,000.00

Available cash balance 221.253.394.12 371.253.3!'4.12

Total 1,315,429,548.36

CIRCULATION STATEMENT.
[Oct. 1, 1902.]



CLASSIFICATION.


General
stock of
mnne 11 in the
U. S. Oct. 1,
1902.


\Held in
treasury
as assets of
the gov'm't
Oct. 1, 1902.


MONEY IN CIRCULATION.


Oct. 1, 1902.


Oct. 1, 1901.


Jan. 1,1879


Gold coin (including bullion in treas.)


$1.215,234,885


$286,124,771


$624,728,060
3U4.382.05i
75,043.719
459.571,478
89,90t;.2U5
26,741.79(1
342,930.086


$631,201,267
277,oir,169
71,201,115
435,437,962
81,538,117
42,'.t44,',81
338,029,866


$96,262,850
21,189,280
5,790,721
413,360
67,982,601




543,360,860


8,745,663






97,988,576
2*3,836,000
346,681,016


8,082,311
94,210
3,750,930






277,098,511
33. 190.000
314,339,398
816.266,721


Currency certificates, act June 8, 1872*
National bank notes
Total


366.993,598
2,597.094,935


14,610,339
321,408,284


352,383,259
2,275,686,651


349,318,214
2,227.188,491



appro-
icy held

.ssets of the government does not include
is to the credit of the treasurer of the



WORK OF THE FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS (FIEST SESSION).




Session began Dec. 2, 1901; ended July 1,
1902.

Total appropriations, $800,193,837.

Isthmian canal bill passed by house Jan.
9; by senate, June 19. (See "The Isthmian
Canal.")

Philippine civil-government bill passed by
senate June 3; by house June 26; bill pro-
viding a temporary tariff for the Philip-
pines passed by house Dec. 18, 1901; by sen-
ate Feb. 24, 1902. (See "The Philippine
Islands.")

Irrigation bill appropriating receipts from
sales of public lands to the construction of
works for the reclamation of arid lands
passed by senate March 1; by house
June 13.

Oleomargarine bill placing a tax of _10
cents a pound on oleomargarine colored in
Imitation of butter passed by house Feb.
12; by senate April 3. Vote in house, 161
to 117; in senate, 39 to 31.

War-revenue law repealed by house Feb.
17; by senate March 31; estimated reduc-
tion of taxes, $72,500,000.

Chinese exclusion laws extended by house
April 7; by senate April 16; Philippine
islands included in operation of laws.

Permanent census bureau bill passed by
house Jan. 30; by senate Feb. 17.

Arizona, New Mexico and Oklahoma state-
hood bill passed by house May 9; action
postponed by senate to second session.



Commerce and labor department bill

gassed by senate Jan. 8; not acted on by
ouse.

Cuban reciprocity bill passed by house
April '18, with amendment reducing tariff
on all refined sugar; not acted on in senate.
Cuban reciprocity urg>'d by President Roose-
velt in special message to congress June 13.

Danish West Indies treaty ratified by sen-
ate Feb. 17.

Federal judges' salary bill passed by sen-
ate Feb. 4; not acted on by house.

Immigration bill, amending and codifying
existing laws, passed by house May 27; not
acted on by senate.

McKinley eulogy pronounced in house by
Secretary Hay Feb. 27; Prince Henry of
Prussia and other distinguished guests pres-
ent.

Presidential succession bill passed by sen-
ate .March 21; substitute bill pas.sed by
house June 9; no agreement reached be-
fore adjournment.

Senator Beveridge assaulted by Senator
Bailey June 30.

Senators McL/aurln and Tillman of South
Carolina have a fist fight on floor of senate
Feb. 22; censured Feb. 28.

Ship subsidy bill passed by senate March
17 by vote of 42 to 31; not acted on by
house.

Treaty growing out of The Hague peace
conference regarding the rules of war rati-
ti>'cl by Hie senate March 11.



208 CHICAGO DAILY NKWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOU 1903.


STATES AND TERRITORIES.


The following table Rives the capitals, governors, their salaries and terms of office and data
regarding the state legislatures.


STATK OR
TERRITORY.


Capita I.


Governor.


Tern
Yrs


Sal-
ary.


Term
expires


Xext ses-
M./ii leg-
islature.


Limit
of
ses-
sion.


Alabama
Alaska Territory.
Arizona Territory


Montgomery..
Sitka


W. D. Jelks, D....
tJohnG. Brady. R..


4
4
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4

2
2
4


$3,000

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2. (WO
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6,000

5,000
4,000
2,000


Nov. ISHti
Sept.1905
Dec. 190h
Jan. 19i)5
Jan. 1907

Jan. 1905
Jan. 1905
Jan. 1905


{Nov. 1906


50 days


Little Rock...


J.Davis, D


Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Man. 1903

Man. 1903
Jan. 1903
Man. 1903


60 days
tio days'
60 days

90 days
None.
None.




Sacramento....

Denver
Hartford


G. C. Pardee, R

J. H. Peabody, R....
A. Chamberlain, R..








Dover


John Hunii.R


Dist. of Columbia
Florida


Washington




Tallahassee....


W. S. Jennings, D...
J. M. Terrell. D .


4
2


3.500
3,000


Jan. 1903
Nov. 1904


'Apr. 1903
Nov. 1902


60 days
50 days




Guam Colony


Agana


tWni. E.Sewell


Honolulu .
Boise City
Springfield

Indianapolis...
Des Moines. .. .


tS. B. Dole. R
John T. Morrison, _B.
Richard Yates, R

W.T.Durbin. R
A. B. Cummins, R. . .
tS. H. Mayes,R


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4
4

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2
3
4
2

4
2
2
4

4

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5,000
3.000
6,000

5,000
3.000
1.500
3.1100
6,500

5,000
2,000
4.500
8,000
4,000

5,000
3.500

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5.1100
2.500

4.000
2.<M)

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2, tWO
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3.000

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2.im
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0.000


May 1<XW
Jan. 1905
Jan. 1905

Jan. 1905
Jan. 1901


Feb. 1903
Dec. 1903
Man. 1903

Man. 1903
Man. 1904


Ao'da'ys
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60 days
None. '


Idaho


Indiana


Indian Territory..


Tahlequah


Topeka
Frankfort


W.J. Bailey, R
J. C. W. Beckham.D

W. W. Heard, D. . . .
John F. Hill. R
J. W. Smith, D
J.L. Bates, R
A. T. Bliss, R ,


Ian. 1905
Dec. 1903

May 1904
Jan. 1905
Jan. 1904
Jan. 1904
Jan. 1905

Jan. 1905
Jan. 1904
Jan. 11)05
Jail. 1905
Jan. 1905

Jan. 1907
Jan. 1905
Jan. 1906
Jan. 1905
Jan. 1905

Jan. 1905
Jan. 1905
Jan. 1904
May 1905
Jan. 1907

Jan. 1907


Man. ]"'.
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*May 1904
Man. 1903
Man. 1U04
Jan. line;
Man. 1903

Man. 1903
Man. 1904
Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Man. 1903

Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Jan. 1KB
Man. 1903
Jan. 1903

..Tan. 1903
Jan. 1903
Jan. 1904
Jan. 1902
Jan. 1904

Man. 1903


40 davs
60 days

60 days
None.
JOdays

None.

None.

90 days
Wdays

TO days

10 day a

JOdays

60 days
None.
None,
in days
None.

60 days
M) days


Kentucky


Louisiana


Baton Rouge..
Augusta


Maryland
Massachusetts


Annapolis
Boston


Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska

Nevada
New Hampshire..
New Jersey .".
New Mexico Ter.
New York


St. Paul
Jackson
Jefferson City .
Helena
Lincoln

Larson City
Concord
Trenton
Santa Fe
Albany

italeigh


S. A. VanSant, R....
A. H.Longino. D
A. M. Dockery, D
J. K. Toole. Fu*
John Mickey, R

John Sparks, Fua
N. J. Batchelder, R. .
Franklin Murphy, R
tM. A. Otero. R
B. B. Odell, R

C. B. Aycock. D
Frank White, R


North Carolina. . .
North Dakota....
Ohio




J. K. Nash, R


Oklahoma Ter
Oregon

Pennsylvania
Philippines I'rot.
I'orto UicoTer
llhode Island
South Carolina...

South Dakota
Tennessee,
Texas
Utah


Juthrie
Salem

larrisburg
Manila


tT. B. Ferguson. R..
G.E.Chamberlain.jD.

S.W. Pennypacker.R.
tW.H.Taft


10 days
40 days

None.


San Juan
'rovidence
Columbia

'ierre

\ashville
Austin
Salt Lake City.
Montpelier

lichmond
Mynipia
Charleston


tWilliam H. Hunt. R
LI. F. C. Garvin. D. . .
D. C. Heyward, D. . . .

C. N. Herreid. R
J. B. Fraser, D
S.W.T. Lanham, D.. .
II. M. Wi'lls. R
J. G. McCullOUgh, It.

A. J. Montague, D. . .


4
1
2

2
2
2
4
2

4

4
4
2
4


8.666

3.000
3.500

2,500
4.000
4,000
2.000
1,500

5.0(10

4.001
2.7m
5.000
2,500


May 1904
May 1904
Jan. 1905

Jan. 1905
Ian. 1905
Jan 1905
Jan. 1905
Oct. 1904

Jan. 1906
Jan. I'JOoi
Mar. 1905
Ian. 19115
Jan. 1907






Jan. 1903
Nov. 1903

Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Oct. 1904

'Dec. 1903
Man. 1KB
Man. 1903
Man. 1903
Jan. 1903


!fone.
Vone.

10 days
5 days

TO davs
.Odays
Sone.

Odays
days
r> days
s'one.
lOdays


Vermont


Washington
West Virginia


Henry McBride, It. .
A. B. White. R
K M LuFollette. R..


Wyoming


Cheyenne


D. F.Richards, R....


Republican governors of states. 27: democratic governors. 16; fusion. 2.
*Biennia sessions. tAppointed by the president. ^Quadrennial sessions.



STATES AND TKKKITOUIE.S. 209


STATES AND TERRITORIES.

The following table gives valuable historical data as to the states and territories, their area,
population and electoral vote :


STATE OR
TBKKITOUV.


Ailmitttdto
the unian.


Poinila-

ti'in.
1SHKI.


Area,

N</. 31.


Settled at


Date


jBj/ whom.


Rep.
in

cnng


Elec-
toral
vote.


Alabama
Alaska Ter
Arizona Tor
Arkansas
California

Colorado


Dec. 14. 1819..
t.July2T, 1888..

+Fet>. -'4. isttf..
June 15. ISM..
Sept. 9, 1850. .

Aug. 1, 187(i...
Man. !l. 1788...


1,828.697
63,592
122,931
1.311.564
1,485,053

539.700
908.420


52,250
577.390
113.1W)
53.850
158,360

103,925

4.990


Mobile


1702

1801
1580
16S5

1769

1858
1(535

1fi27
1660

1565
1733


French


9


11


Sitka


Russians


Tucson
Ark'nsas Post
San Diego

Near Denver.
Windsor.
Cape Henlo-
pen


Spaniards ....
French
Spaniards.. ..

Americans....
Puritans

Swedes


*7
8

3
5

1


'""

10

5

7

3




*Dec. 7,1787...


184.735

278,718

528.542
2,21,331
8.661
154.001


2,050
70

58,680
59.475
150
6,740


Dlst. of Colu'bia
Florida


tJuly 16, 1790..

March 3, 1845.
Man. 2. 1788...
TAug. 12, IS'AS.
t April 30. 1900.


St. Augustine
Savannah
Agana


Spaniards....
Knglish
Spaniards....


3
11


5
13


Georgia
(ilium Colony.. .
Hawaii Ter








H




Idaho
Illinois

Indiana


JulyS, 1890...
Dec. 3, 1818. . .

Dec. 11, 1816..
March 3, 1845.
t
Jan. 29, 18*11..


161.772
4,821,550

2.516.462
2.231.853
392.1 W

1 .470 495


84.800
56,650

86.350
56.025
31.400
82.080


Cneurd'Alene
Kaskaskia


1842
1720

1730


Americans
French


T l

25

13

11

'"is"
11

7
4
6
14
12

9
8
16

1
6

1

2
10
tl
34

10
2
21

1

32

"tti"

2

2
10
16
1
2

10
3
5
11
1


3
27

15
13

"io"

13

9
6
8
16
14

11
10
18
3
8

3

4
12

"39"

12
4
23

"4"

34
....

9

4

12
18
3
4

12

5
7
13
8




Burlington...


1788
1832
1831
1765

1699
1624

1634


French


Indian Ter


Americans
From Va

French


Kentucky
Louisiana


Feb. 4, 1791 ...

April 8, 1872. .
March o. 1*2(1.
*April28. 1788.


2.147,174

1,381 .(85

61I4.4I16
1.1SS.044


40,400

48.720
33.040
12.210


Lexington

Iberrille
Bristol . . .


Maine
Maryland


English..


St. Mary's


English


Massachusetts..
Michigan


*Feb. 6, 178EC..


2,8ai.346


8.315


Plymouth. . . .


1620


Puritans


Jan. 26, 1837..

May 11, 1858..
Dec. 10. 1817..
March 2. 1821.
Nov. 8, lss<(...
March 1, 1807.

Oct. 13.1864...
*June21, 1788.

*Dec.l8,1787..
tSept. !). 1850. .
Muly 26, 1788. i

*May23, 1785..
Nov. 2.18SR..
Nov. 29. 1802..
t-May 2, 1890...
Feb. 14, 185!). .


2,420,982

1,751 ,SM
1.551.270
3.106,6C>6
248.329
1.066.300

42.335
411,588

1,883.669
195.310
7,268,894

1,893,810
319.146
4,157.545
398.331
413,536

6.302.11')
7,OU 1.000

957.619

428,556
1,340,316

401.570
2,020,t>l

:j.04.s,710

276.749
343,641

1.RS4.184

518 103


58,915

83,365
40.H10
69.415
146.0SO
77,510

110,700
9,305

7.815
122.5SO
49,170

52.250
70,795
41.060
39.030
96,030

45.215
114.000

:f.i;iKi

1.250
30,570

77,650
42.050

'-'I!.-,.; SO
84.970
9,565

42.450

69.180


Near Detroit.

St. Peter's R..
Natchez
St. Louis

Beilevue
Genoa


1650

1805
1716
1764
1809
1847

1850

1(S3
1620
1537
1614

1650
1780
1788
1889
1810

1682
1570
1510
1636
1670

1856
1757
1686
1847
1764

1607
1811
1774


French


Americans....
From S. C
F'rench
Americans....
Americans

Americans....

Puritans
Swedes
Spaniards.. ..
Dutch


Mississippi


Montana


Nevada
New Hampshire

New Jersey
Now Mexico Ter
New York


Dover and
Portsmouth
Bergen
Santa Fe
Manhattan Id

Albemarle....
Pembina
Marietta


North Carolina..
North Dakota...
Ohio
Oklahoma Ter...


English


French
Americans
Americans....
Americans... .

English
Spaniards
Spaniards
English
LLuguenots. ..

Americans . . .
English
French
Americans...
English

English
Americans... .
English


Pennsylvania...
Philippine Prot.
Porto Rico Ter..
Rhode Island
(South Carolina..

South Dakota...
Tennessee


*Dec.l2, 1787..
**Nov. 28. 1<9S.
Aug. 12. 18'JS.
May 21). 17m I. .
*May 23, 1788. .

Nov. 2, 1889...
June 1,1796...

Dec. 29. 1M.-,..
Jan. t, 1896...
Feb. 18. 1791..

*Junc26. KS8..
Nov. 11 i - wi


Delaware R..
Manila
Caparra
Providence...
Port Royal...

Sioux Falls...
H't. London...
Matagorda B.
SaltLakeTity
b't. Dummer..

Jamestown...


Utah
Vermont

Virginia ,.


West Virginia...


Dec. SI. 1862..
May 28,1848...
July 11,1890..


'.'5S.MKI
2,l)69.(ir.'
92,531


24,780
56.040
97,890


Wheeling


jreen Hay
Ft. Larainie..


1670
1KU


French
Americans... .






"Ratified the constitution. tOrganizod as territory. tDelegate. ^Signing of protocol relin-
quishing sovereignty. "Yielding sovereignty. t+Coinmissioner.
Historians do not all agree as to some of the dates in the above table. The dates given
arc from the statistical abstractor the United States published by the government, and arc
well supported in all disputed cases.



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PROCEEDINGS AGAINST THE "BEEF TRUST.'



On the 24th of April, 1902, after an Inves-
tigation by Attorney-General Knox and
outer officers of the government, the prose-
cution of the so-called "beef trust" vt-as
ordered by the president and mi the 10th
of May a petition for an injunction was
tiled in the I'nited States Circuit court for
the northern district of Illinois. It was
directed against Swift & Co., Armour &
Co., the Hammond Packing company.
Schwarzschild & Sulzberger company, Nel-
son Morris <fc Co. and a number of individ-
uals connected with the packing firms
named. The proceeding was based upon
the Sherman law making combinations in



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