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James Campbell. . .1853


Caleb Cashing. . .1853


Isaac Toucey 1857


Jacob Thompson.. 1857


Aaron V. Brown. .1857
Joseph Holt 1859


J.S. Black 1857
Kdw. M. Stanton.1860






Gideon Welles 1861


Caleb B. Smith 1861
John P. Usher 1863


Montgomery Blair.1861
William Dennison.1864


Edward Bates. ..1861
Titian J. Coffey. . 1863
James Speed 1864


Gideon Welles 18(55


John P. Usher 1865
James Harlan 1865
O. H. Browning. . . .1866


William Dennison.1865
A.W.Randall 1866


James Speed 1865
Henry Stanbery . (866
Wm. M. Evarts.. .1868


Adolph E. Borie 1809


Jacob D. Cox 186U


J. A. J. Cresswell. .1869
Jas. W. Marshall... 1874
Marshall Jewell... 1874
James N. Tyner...l876


B. R Hoar 1869


George M. Kobe sou . . .1869


Columbus Delano.. 1870
Zach Chandler 1875


A. T. Ackerman.,1870
Geo.H. Williams. 1871
Edw. Pierrepont.1875
Alphonso Taft.1876


R. W. Thompson 1877
Nathan Gofl, Jr 1881


Carl Schurz 1877


David M. Key 1877
Horace Maynard. . 1880


Chas. Devens 1877




(Continued on page 31.)
This department was established by an act of congress March 3, 1849.
tNcl a cabinet officer until 1829.



30



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YKAH HOOK FOR 11)03.



PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABlNKTS.-Co.vnxrKi) FROM PAGE -.'s.



PRESIDENTS

AND

VICE- PRESIDENTS.


Inaugu-
rated.


Secretaries of state.


Seeretarifs of the
treasury.


Secretaries of war.




1SS1
1SS1


James G. Blaine,1881


Wm. Windom....l881


R. T. Lincoln. .1881


Chester A. Arthur


Chester A. Arthur......


isai


F. T. Frelinghuy-
sen 1881


Chas. J. Folger...KS81
W.Q. Gresham ..1884

HiiL'hMcCullofh.1884


R.T.Lincoln... 1881




INS.",
1885


Thos. V. Bayard. 1885


Daniel Manning. 1885
Chas.S.Fairchild 1887


W. C. Endicott.1885


tThos. A. Heudricks


Benjamin Harrison
Levi P. Morton


1S89
lS,s<l


James G. Elaine. 1889
John W. Foster. .18H2


Wm. Windom....l889
Chas. Foster 1891


R. Proctor 1889
S. B. Elkins....l>'.'l


Grover Cleveland
Adlai E. Stevenson


isn:;
is<i:;


W. Q. Gresham..l8!
Richard Olney. . .1895


John G. Carlisle..l8'93


D. S. Lamont...l893


*tWilliam McKinley
tGarret A. Hobart
Theodore Roosevelt


1897
1897

I'.XII


John Sherman... 1897
Wm. R. Day 1897
John Hay 1898


Lyman J. Gage . .181)7


R. A. Alger 1897
Elihu Root 1899


Theodore Roosevelt


1901


John Hay 1901


Lyman J. Gage. .1901
Leslie M. 8haw..lK


Elihu Root 1901



Elected two consecutive terms. fDled while in office.
SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE.



CON-

GRESS.



1

2

3

4-5....

6

7-9....
10-11. .
12-13..

13

14-16. .

Ifi

17

18

19

20-23..

23

24-25. .

26

27....



r

le



Name.



1789-91 F.A. Muhlenber,

1791-93 J.Trumbull

1793-95 F.A. Muhlenberi
1J95-99 Jonathan Dayton
1799-OljTheo. Sedgwick..
1801-07'Nathan'l Macon.
1807-11 J. B. Varnum....

1811-14 Henry Clay

1814-15 Langdon Cheves.

1815-20 Henry Clay

1820-21 J. W.Taylor

1821-23 P. P. Harbour....

1823-25 Henry Clay

1825-27 J.W.Taylor

1827-34 A. Stevenson ....

1834-35 John Bell

1835-39 James K. Polk...
1839-41 R. M. T. Hunter.
1841-43 John White



State.



'a

Conn,
'a

N. J..
Mass.
N.C...
Mass.
Ky

s.c. .

Ky.. .
N.Y...
Va.. .
Ky.. .
N.Y...
Va. ..
Tenn.
Tenn.
Va. ..
Ky...



1750 Tstn

17401809 29.
17501801
170 1824
1741*: 1818
1757:1837
17501 1821
1777 1852 :
177(i 1857
17771852
1784 1854
1788 1841
1777 1852
17841854
17841857
17971 SSI' 51.
17951849 "
18091887
1805:1845



CON-
GBESS.


Years.


Name.


State.


28. . . .
29
30
31
32-33. . .
34
35
36
37
38-40. . .
41-43...


1843-45

1845-47
1847-49
1849-51
1851-55
1856-57
1857-oSl
1860-61
1861-63
1863-69
1MKI-75


I. W. Jones
J. W. Davis
R. C. Winthrop..
Uowell Cobb
Linn Boyd
N. P. Banks
James L. Orr
W. Pennington..
G. A. Grow
S. Colfax
J. G. Blalne


Va. ...
Ind....
Mass. .
Ga
Ky.. ..
Mass. .
S. C. ..
N.J. ..
Pa
Ind.. ..
Me . .


44
44-46. . .
47
48-50. . .
51
52-53...
54-55. . .
56


1875-76
1876-81
1881-83
1883-8!)
1889-91
1891-95
Ih95-9'.i
1899-01


M. C. Kerr . .


Ind..


S. J. Randall
J. W. Keifer
J. G.Carlisle
Thomas B. Reed.
C. F. Crisp
Thomas B. Reed.
I). B. Henderson


Pa
O
Ky.. ..
Me.. ..
Ga
Me.. ..
Iowa.. .



__

18051848

17991850

1809 1894

181.Y1S6S

1SIKI1S.V.I

18161894

1>221873

171161862

1823

18231S85



1S27 1876
1828 189K
1886
1885

is: ;9
1st,-,

is: ;ii

IMii



THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.



Following la the electoral vote of the states, based upon the apportionment of representa
lives made by congress under the census of 1900
Electoral Electoral

State. vote.

Kansas 10

Kentucky 13



State. vote.

Alabama 11

Arkansas



California ..
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware . .

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Illinois



10



Indiana 15

Iowa 13



Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi



Missouri 18

Montana 3

Nebraska 8



Electoral
State. vote.

Nevada 3

New Hampshire... 4

New Jersey 12

New York 39



North Carolina.
North Dakota..

Ohio

Oregon

Pennsylvania ..
Rhode Island...
South Carolina.



South Dakota 4



Electoral

State. vote-
Tennessee 12

Texas 18

Utah 3

Vermont 4

Virginia 12

Washington 5

West Virginia 7

Wisconsin 13

Wyoming 3

Total 476

Nee. to choice 23S



FIRST STRIKES IN THE UNITED STATES.



According to the report of the commis-
sioner of labor the first strike in the United
States took place in New York city in 1741.
when a mimber of journeymen bakers oom-



and 1798; sailors, in Now York. 1803: Phil-
adelphia shoemakers. 1805: New York cord-
waini-rs. 1809; PittsbuTg corfwalners. 1815;
Medford (Mass.) sblnwrltrhts, 1817; Albany



binod and refused to bake until their wages , (N. Y.) printers, 1821; New York hatters,
wore raised. Datos of other early strikes 1822. After 1825 strikes gradually became
follow: Shoemakers, in Philadelphia. 1796 I more numerous.



THE r<;AM>A KAILWAY.



I-KKSIDKNTS AND 'I'll KIR CABINKTS. - CovnxrKl) KUOM PAGE 29.



Sirrt'turics of the



i-titriin a f tin'
Interior.*



genenil.



of



W.H. Hunt.... 1881 S. J. Kirkwood.1881 T. L. James.... 1881 W.Mac Veagh 1881



. Chandler 1881



HenryM.Tellei-lSSl T. (). Howe 1S.S1

W-Q.CJre8ham.1883

Frank llutlon. I8S4



BUBrewster.1881



Wm. F. Vilas.7.1885 A.H.Garlandl885 N. J. Colinan.188'.)
'..M. Dickinson. 1888



W. C. Whitney. 1885 L. Q. C. Lamar.1885

Win. F. Vil!is...l"Ss D..\I



Beuj. F. Tracy. IRsl) John W. Noble.138!! J. Wanamaker.1889 WHU Miller.1889 J. M. Uusk ..1889



Hilary A. Her-
bert



Hoke Smith. ...189:; \V
1S9;; I). K. Francis... 1898



. 8. Bissell...l8!W
W. L. Wilson. ..1895



K. Olney 1898

). Harmon... 1895



J. S. Morton. 1893



John D. Long.. 1897



C. N. Bliss 1

K.A.Hitchcock. 1



las. A. Gary 1
l^has.E. Smith. 18'AS



. McKenna. . 181)7 J. Wilson 1897

J. W. Griggs.,1897
P.O. Knox ...HUH



.John I). Long. .1901 E.A.Hitcbcock.l'JOl Chas. E. Smith. 1901 P. C. Knox .. .191)1 J. Wilson 1901

Wm.H. Moody.1902 Henry C.Paynel902



This department was established by an act of congress March 3, 1849.
(Established by an act of congress Feb. 11, 1889.

PRESIDENTIAL VOTE (1828-1900).



YB. Candidate. Party.



1832 Wi
1836V



1844

1844
1844
1848 T



1848 V



I ackson..
idams.. .
ackson.



Floyd

~"'rt

fun Buren. ,

Harrison

White

Webster

Mangum

Van Buren.,

Harrison

Birney

Polk

Clay

Birney

"aylor

ass

an Buren.

Pierce

Scott

Hale

Buchanan..
Fremont....

Fillmore

Douglas ...
Breckinr'ge.

Lincoln

Bell

McClellan,.

Lincoln

Seymour....

Grant

Greeley

O'Conor.

Grant

Black



Democrat. .
Federal
Democrat..

Whig

Whig

Ant:-M

Democrat..

Whig

Whig

Whig

Whig

Democrat. .

Whig

Liberty

Democrat. .

Whig

Liberty

Whig

Democrat. .
Free Soil...
Democrat..

Whig

Free Soil...
Democrat. .
Republican
American..
Democrat. .
Democrat. .
Republican

Union

Democrat. .
Republican
Democrat. .
Republican
Democrat. .
Ind. Dem...
Republican
T'mpera'ce



toral YR. Candidate.
vote.



647,231
509.097
J687.502
530,189

33,108
761,549

736,056

1,128,702

1,275,017

7,059

1,337,2431

1,299,01)8

62,300

1,360.101

1,220.544

291,2<>3
1,601,474
l,38U,li7S

15f>,149
1,838,1(19
1,341,264

874,534
1,375,157

845.763
1.860.352

5S-.I.5S1
1,808,725
2,210,007
2.709,1)13
3.015,071
2,834.079
29,408
3,597,070
5.608



107



1876Tilden

187li Hayes

1876 Cooper

1870 Smith

1876 Walker....
1880 Hancock ..
1880 Gartleld....
Weaver

1880 Dow

1880 Phelps

1884 Cleveland.

1884 Blaine

1884 Butler

1884 St. John....
1888 Cleveland.
1888 Harrison..
1888 Streeter....

1888 Fisk

1888 Cowdrey...
1892 Cleveland.
1S92 Harrison. .
18H2 Bid well....
1892 Weaver ...

1802 Wing

1896 McKmley .

1896 Bryan

18SI6 Levering ..
1896 Bentley.. ..
1896 Matchett..

1896;Palmer

HKH) McKinley..

1900 Bryan

1900 Woolley....
1900 Barker

1900 Debs

1900 Malloney..
1HOO Leonard...
1900 Ellis



Party.



Democrat..

Republican

Greenback.

Prohibition

American.

Democrat. .

Republican

Greenback.

Prohibition

American

Democrat. .

Republican

Greenback.

Prohibition

Democrat. .

Republican

Union Lab.

Prohibition

United Lab

Democrat. .

Republican

Prohibition

People's

Socialist

Republican

Democrat..

Prohibition

National..,

Soc. Labor.

Nat. Dem..

Republican

Democrat . .

Prohibition

People's...

Soc. Dem...

Soc. Lab...

United Cur

Union R. . .



4,284,8a i >

4,033,950

81,740

9,522

2,630

4,442,035

4,449,053

307,306

10,487

707

4,911,017

4,848.334

133,825

151,809



* Owing to the death of Mr. Greeley, the 66 electoral votes were variously cast. '.
Hendricks received 42, B. Gratz Brown 18. Horace Greeley 3, Charles J.Jenkins 2, Dav



5,440,216
141,105
249,937
2,808
5.550,918
5,170,108
264,133
1,041.028
21,164
7.104,77!)
6,502.925
132.107
13,969
36,274
133,148
7.217.810
0.357.820
208.791
60.218
87,709
39,944
518
5,098



Thomas A.
vid Davis 1.



COMPLETION OF THE UGANDA RAILWAY.



A noteworthy event in tho history of
African progress was the opening of the
Uganda railway MS far as Port Florence. ,n
Lake Victoria Nyanza, early in January,
1902. The line starts from Mombasa, an
Island just north of Zanzibar in i he Indian



ocean, and Is 582 miles long. It was begun
in August, 1896, by the British government
and cost about $25.000.000. The Salisbury
viaduct connecting Mombasa with the main-
land is a steel bridge 1,320 feet long and
is the most important on the road. .



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAK BOOK FOR 1903.



STATISTICS OF RAILROADS IN THE UNITED STATES.
[From the report of the Interstate-commerce commission for the year ended June 30, 1901.]



MILEAGE AND EQUIPMENT.

Single-track mileage 195,571

Second track 12,845

Third track 1,164

Fourth track 876

Yards and sidings 64,920



Total miles track 265,366

Number of locomotives 39,584

Number of cars 1,550,833

Number of employes 1,071,169

PUBLIC SERVICE.

Passengers carried 607,278,121

Tons freight carried 1,089,226,440

CAPITALIZATION.

Common stoc'_ $4,475,439,721

Preferred stock 1,331,157,383

Funded debt 5,881,580,887

Total .. $11,688,177,991

Per mile 61,528

Current liabilities 620,403,419

EARNINGS AND EXPENSES.

Passenger revenue $351,356,265

Mail 38,453,602

Express 31,121,613



Other passengers $8,202,982

Freight 1,118,543,014

Other freight 4,065,457

.Unclassified 36,783,104



Gross earnings $1,588,526,037

Operating expenses 1,030,397,270



Net earnings $558,128,767

Other income 179,746,448



Total income $737,875,215

Fixed charges, etc 496,363,898

Net income $241,511,317

Dividends paid 156,746,536



Surplus $84,764,781

INCREASE OF MILEAGE.

Year. Mileage. Increase

3,892

4,051



1901 197,237

1900 193,345



1899 189,294

1898 186, 396

1897 184,428

1896 182,776

1895 180,657



2,898
1,967
1,651
2,119
1,948



RAILROAD ACCIDENTS.
[From report of interstate-commerce commission.]



YEAK.


PASSENGERS.


EMPLOYES.


OTHERS.


TOTAL.


Killed.


Injured.


Killed.


Injured.


Killed.


Injured.


Killed.


Injured.


1896


181
222
231
239
249
282


2,873
2,795
2,945
3,442
4,128
4,988


1,861
1,693
1.958
2,210
2,550
2,676


29,969
27,667
31,761
34,923
39,643
41,142


4.406
4,522
4,680
4,674
5.066
5,498


5,845
,269
6,176
6.255
6.549
7,209


6,448
6,437
6.859
7,123
7,8(S
8,455


38,687
36,731
40.882
44,620
50.320
53,339


]g!7


1898


1899


191)0 ...


1901



WORLD'S RAILROAD MILEAGE.



[From Archiv fur Eisenbahnwesen, issued for the Prussian minister of public works.]

The countries having the greatest mileage
in 1900 were:

United States 193,304

Germany 1 31,933

Russia 29,892



Continent. WX>-

North America ......................... 221.549

Europe .................................. 176,174

Asia ..................................... 37,469

South America .......................... 28,357



Australasia ............................. 14,922



Africa 12,501



Total 4C0.972

Total at end of 1902 (estimated) 510,000



France 26,611



Austria-Hungary 22,917

British India.- 23,758

Great Britain 21,864

British North America 17,831



Argentina



10,171



THE WORLD'S COMMERCE IN 1901.



[United States consular report.]

The import and export commerce of all the countries in the world amounted in 1901,
according to German returns, approximately to $23,800,000,000, and was divided among the lead-
ing commercial nations as shown below, in round numbers:



Country.
Great Britain.



Value.

.W.mi.ouo.uoo



British colonies. . . . 2,618,000.000



Germany..



. 2.4fi8,0t,000



United States *2, 11 8,200,000



France .



.... 1,618,400,000



Holland 1,881,800,000

Austria-Hungary... 850,800,000



Country.



Value. Country. Value.

$785,400,000 Argentina S280,000,0i >0

Russia and Siberia. 642,fiOO.OOO Japan . 238,000,000

571,200.000 Brazi 1 238,000.000



Belgium.



Italy .......

Switzerland ......... SSOiSOO.OOO All other countries.



Spain ................

Cnina ................



282,400,01)0
305,000,000



Sweden 275,(XX),000



Total $23,800,600,000



* According to United States treasury returns, $2,840,000,000.



IMPORTS OP MERCHANDISE. 33


IMPORTS OF MERCHANDISE.
Fiscal years ended June 30.


ARTICLES IMPORTED.


1901.


1902.


Quant's.


Values.


Quant's.


Values.






$4,478,955




$4,024,531
6,124,226
336.623
3,179,913
4,133.215
2,080,268
2.047,331
1,151,016
1,478,452
57,723,336
1,214.504
2,460,324
5,312,408
6.952,425
70,982.155
24,972,788
2.404,934
12,208,231
44,400,126
9,080,156
5,110,923
2,420,758
31,545,962
39,037,387
8,289,524
21,480.525
15.005,958
6,013,963
2.055,536
3,050,478
381,417
58,006,618
690.439
2,934.244
25.729.095
29.542,799
1,151,854
25,990.570
4,647,796
11,317,778
1,880,348
1,779,455
1,041,388
3,817.800
6,223,383
1,000.489
9.300.198
1,603.181
2,770,255
4.223,125
1,172.023
1,885,719
3,510,096
2,926,921
3,252,152
42,635,351
32,640,242
847,548
3,685,242
4,445,154
55,001.097
1,571,577
9,390.128
19,461,a r )0
15,211.671
2.496,518
4,021,974
7,039,835
8,921,138
24,427,704
17.711,788
17,384,463
30.784,246






6,747,970








481,102
2,823,444
3.792,536




Art works dutiable






Books, music and other printed matter


Breadstuffs




2.052.271




Bristles Ibs


1,684,575


1,730,197
1,142,385


2,013,109




Cement Ibs


638,770.499


2,198.891
53.508,157


423,'844',i60




Clays or earths tons


160,217


1,036,977
2,038,239


187,158


Clocks and watches and parts of '




1,977,239
4li.9Ul,356
854,871,310


5,381.480
7,761,669
62,861,399
20,581,716
2.270,995


1,941,722

52.353.366
1091004252


Cocoa or cacao Ibs


Coffee Ibs












52,813,460


6,976.848
40,246,935


113,049,225








9,472,869






f


3,674,384








2,230,235






238,233


22.932.506

32.762,608


305,727








7,056.505








19.586.703








11,019,658








4,849. 163




Hair




1,680,145








2,798,109






142,620

280,909,837


1,128,610
48,220.013
1,057,931


48,4i5
326.124,103


Llides and skins Ibs


Hide cuttings, raw, and other glue stock


Household effects, wearing apparel, etc
India rubber and gutta percha and manufactures of
Iron and steel and manufactures of
Ivory, animal and vegetable Ibs


13,885,766


2.366,727
29.228.340
19,010,060
1,021,968
24,216,407


'16,157,417








4,836,074








11,887,012




Malt liquors gals


3,599,446
134,211

'37,366,9i8


1,885,215
1,160.052
1,276.602
2,908,469
5,996,963
991,726


3,751,511

208,568

48",734,536


Manganese ore and oxide of tons


Marble and stone and manufactures of




Musical instruments






Oils of all kinds




7,097,431




Paints, pigments and colors




1,487,381








2,183,686








4.002.989








1,098.469






6,776

iiT.mfio


1,649.479
2,649,466
2,324,898
4,039,194


6,695

iJti^SM


Provisions, meat and dairy products
Kice .Ibs


Seeds


Silk Unmanufactured .




30,051,365




Manufactured




26,842,138








685,921
3,563,109
4,162,149
90,487.^00
1.166.686
11.017,876
19,805,551
10,290,387
2,480,139






35,211,737

2,877.566
3975005840
339,217
89.80B.453
73,091,890
26,851,253


37.483,054
3,031.335
3031915875
429,606
75,579,125
79,352.356
29,428,837










Tin Ibs




Manufactured


Toys




3,830,311








3,719,079








8 219,236








19 754,205




Wool, Hair of the Camel, etc. Unmanufactured Ibs
Manufactured


103.583^05


12,529,881
14,585,306


166^62,148


All other articles




24,078,147




Total value of merchandise j JjJ^




339.008.609
483.663,496




396,818,774
506.508.297


Total value of Imports of merchandise




823.172.105




903.327,071



34 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC ANT) YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


EXPORTS OF DOMESTIC MERCHANDISE.


Fiscal years ended J une 30, 1901 and 1902.


ARTICLES EXPORTED.


1901.


1902.


Quant's.


Values.


Quant's.


Values.


Agricultural Implements Mowers and reapers




19,943.680

1,888 373




$8,818.37,0

2.791.092
4.677,278


All others




4,481.381




Total agricultural implements
Animals Cattle No.


459.218
22,318
82.250
34405


16,313,434

37,566,980
2iS,465
8.873.845
3 210 267


392.884
8.363
103,020
27.5H6
358.720


16,286,740

29,902.213
88.330
10.048,040
2:692,298
1.940.060
200.733


Hogs No.


Horses No.


Sheep No.


297,925


1,933.000
236.319


All other






52,058,876
3.472.343




44,871,684

3,997.977
1,930,810

3,995.303
004.136
449.H17
16.185.678
4.153,238
1.581.491
112,875,222
65,061,974
7.627.390


Books maps and other printed matter










2,007.450






6,293.207
12,420.325
123.540


2,883,565
606,81 !
7(1.120


8.724.268
11,6*1.411

719,615
26.036,552
9.971,1:59
2.697.863
154.858,102
17.759,203






Corn bu.


177,817,965
37.146.812
2.32(5,882
Ilffl.060.rti7
18.650,979


82,527.983
ll.765.XflJ
1.321.979
96.7T1.74:t
69.459,296
10,178.791




Kye bu.


Wheat . bu.




All other






275 594 618




213,134,344

9,872,516

13.288,218
2.144.490
20.765.461
1.720.457
2.601,697
41.218,373
290.651,819
32.108.362
528,679
6.256,035
4.575.219
6.563.199
8 719.344






10,920,931








14.384.453








2 340.751




Coal tons


7,675.549
385.88$
10,106


22.:!I7.496
1,433.497
1,346.707
43 9K7 iwi


6.971.184
402.495
25.076


Coke tons








3330890448 313673,443
1 2(1.272.418


3500778763




Rjrgg dOZ.


3,692,875
643,726


676.232
6,425.960
4 302 876


2.717,990
763,700


Fertilizers tons




Irish




6.789,482








10,826,651








4,404,448




5 030 204






2 126.309




1.900.1(16
2,319,286
284,413
2.610.925
2.062.381
2.580.622
906.504
l.roO.057
3.462.402
5.3S9.470
9S.,V>2.;Va
1,338,347
963,638
29..''.K;K>




204,209.974
2,703,400


3,113.898
254.447
3 339 948


i30.419.6ii
2,907,632


Glue * Jbs








1,712,102




Hay tons


89.364
11.161,749
14,983,676


1,476,870
1.064,952
2.466,515
3.017.268


153.431
9,372.747
10,715,151


Hides and skins Ibs
Hops Ibs








7.361.231




Iron and steel and manufactures of
Jewelry and manufactures of gold and silver




117.319,320
1,229.672
1.021.435








27.921653








1 723.025




1.290.062
1.761,696
3,694,143

4.302,314
7.431.238


Marble and stone and manufactures of




1. 638.314
2,780,796






2.871,341
20,240.851


4,865.921
7,715.029


2.577.568
19.177.788


Turpentine, spirits of Kals
Total naval stores




12,580,950




1 1.733.502

1.190.606
19.77'.). 142
910.697
6.084.818
86,342,826
15.308.033
2.096.379
7.312.030
8,858,844


Nickel, nickel oxide and matte Ibs


5.990,676
1713842177
2.399.409
138.448.430
870.498,964


1.510.508
18,591.898
1,018,431
6,686.929

63.049.S12
19,035.(586


4.418.491
1633353121
2.121.661
133,686,800
942,363,160






Mineral (refined) gals.








2.036.343








7.438.901






129,184,962


6,857,288


173,583,203





IMPORTS AND EXPORTS BY COUNTRIES.



EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE. -Co.vrixrKi).



ARTICLES EXI-OHTIOD.



1901.



Quant's. Values



1902.



Quant's. Values



Provisions Beef , canned Ibs

Beef, fresh Ibi

Beef, salted, cured Ibs

Tal low ! bs

Bacon

1 1 a ins : ~ Ibs

Pork, canned Ibs

Pork, fresh and salted Ibs

Lard Ibs

Lard compounds (cottolene, lardine. etc.) Ibs

Mm ton Ibs

Oleo and oleomargarine Ibs

Poultry and game

Sausage Ibs

Sausage casings

Canned meats v

All other meat predicts L

Butter Ibs

Cheese Ibs

Milk



58.445.o21
tel.748.ittS
5(5.101.917



Ja 307.501
31.S51.361
8.217.896



Ibs 456.12-'.74l

2it;r>;;.S(i:i



66,6*5.838

iUl.824,473
49,451.109

...- . - 34.085. 1 ; 58
37,499,026383,150,624



8



li;'.).:i; .'. 1 '.>,
611317.514
23,350,966
691.121
t66.tH2.112



22,842,
708,381

12.H51.170 lRU.Uf,7



.65.V.232
9.608.8S2
7.91!)



48.560.148 55ti.840.222



9,799.106



1,449.878
46.643

12.SW.874
1,070.190



30,201.744

430.351

144.267,342



9->3.974
M7S.S54



7,137,297



23,243.521)
39,813,517



1,566.671
3.212.009



4.014.1*15
H.U50.999

1,437.818



Ki.oo2.ita)

27.203,184



16.646,130

29.045.066

3,103,863

1.924,577

35.44D.797

25.222,744

832.910

13.770.020

62.375.864

2.1587.653

87,067

12.S56.490

856.801

726,437

1.795,(U4

1.801 .385

3.624,7(54

2.885.609

2.745,5!)7

1,473.5(54



Total provisions, etc



Heeds



196.959,637
6,384.815



Spirits, distilled ............................ - ..... proof gal

St arcli ....................................................... Ibs

Sugar and molasses ................................

Tobacco Unmanufactured ......................

Manufacture's of .................................

Vegetables ..........................................

Wood and manufactures of .......................

Wool and manufactures of .......................

Zinc Ore ............................ ................ . ..... tons

Manu f actures of .......................................... ,

All other articles ......................... ...................

Total valne of exports of domestic merchandise
Total value of exports of foreign merchandise. . .
Total valua of all exports except gold and silver



2,958.338

102.800.455



1,669,180
tf.054.723
2,005.865



Ibs 315.787.782



27,t>5(i,475

5.01)2,603



301.007,365



2.598.417



37,940



62,446,585

1,5(58,750



1,150.095
9(55,510



41.711



199,861,378

8.027.824
1.630.S8
3.011.894
656,705
2.771. S:J5

27,103,91*5
5,668.8.%
2.546,287

47.779,848

1.525,82!

1,217.907

429,478

27.840.399



ucmtasot

27,302,1^5
14877W991



1355481861

26.237.540



1381719401



VAIUE OF IMPORTS AND EXPORTS OF MERCHANDISE BY COUNTRIES.



Fiscal years 1900-1902.



COUNTRY.


IMPORTS.


EXPORTS.


1900.


1901.


1902.


1900.


1901.


1902.


Europe Austria-Hungary. .
Azores and Madeira isPds.


$9,079,667
19,431
12,940,80(5
920,455
73 012 085


$10,067.970
25.395
14,601.711
644.91)3
75,458.739
100,445.902



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