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♦ In 1880, an establishment engaged in both tanning and currying made a separate report for
each branch of the industry, and was counted twice. In 1890, but one report was received for each
establishment.

t Included in other classifications in 1P90.

9 Included largely in other classifications in 1880.



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Mechanical and Manufacturing

Industries. Year.

Painting and paper-hanging 1800

1880
Paints 1890

1880
Paper 1 800

1880
Paper-hangings 1890

1880
Patent medicines & compounds. . 1890

1880
Paving and paving materials. . . . 1890

1880
Petroleum, refining* 1890

1880
Photography 1800

1880
Pickles, preserves, and eauces. . . 1890

1880
Plated and britannia ware 1890

1880
Plumbing and gas- fitting 1890

1880
Printing and publishing 1890

1880
Pulp, wood 1890

1880
Roofing and roofing materials. . . 1890

1880
Rubber and elastic goods 1890

1880
Saddlery and harness 1890

1880
Salt 1890

1880
Saws 1890

1880
Screws 1890

1880

Sewing-machines & attachments. 1890

w 1880

Shipbuilding 1890

SMrts {890

Silk and silk goods 1890

Slaughtering and meat-packing,
not including retail butchering

establishments 1890

1880

Soap and candles 1890

1880
Stamped ware 1890

1880

Steam fittings and beating appa-
ratus 1890

1880
Sugar and molasses, refining 1890

1880
Timber products, not manufac-
tured at mill t. 1800

1880
Tin8mithing, coppersmithingand
sheet-iron working i890

1880
Tobacco, chewing, smoking, and
snuff 1890

1880
Tobacco, cigars and cigarettes. . . 1890

1880
Tools, not elsewhere specified... . 1890

1880
Trunks and valises 1890

1880
Type-founding 1890

1880



7,002
7,606

805

477

10,956

7,145

462

145

395

265

38

48



Num-










ber of










Estab-




-Average Number-




lish-




of Employes, and




ments




Total


I Wages.




Report-




Em-






ing.
10,03


Capital.
$23,186,781


ployes.
56,281


Wages.
$87,722,550




3,968


5,645,950


17.711
8,737
4,488


7,920,866




382
244


34,000,203
13,555,202


5,605,626
2.134,255




567


82374,099


29,568


13,746,584




602


46,241,202


24,422


8,525,355




27


5,709,909


2,814


1,474,788




25


3,560,500


2,487


874,921




1,127


18,506,828


9,390


5,094,202




563


10,620,880


4.025


1,651,596




704


12,648,093


22,730


10,450,970




46


745,750


757


244,339




94


77,416,296


12,471


6,989.478




3,105


!


10,432




3,892,106


1,287




8,977




1,671,455


816




4,252




5,328,541


109




980




1,472,639


68




6,919




4,647,890


55




4,675




4,100,116
37,785,671


5,327




42,518




2,161
16,566




9,684
165,227




9.005,308
68,868,915


8,467




58,478




32,460,305


82




2,830




2,005,166


50




1,209




010,835


2,140




13,333




14,712,379


493




3,082




3,382,364


139




9,802




11,118,528


90




6,268




0,249,967


7.931




30,326




24,674,225


7,999




21,446




19,968.716


200




4,456




1,826,770


268




4,289




2.074,049


95




2,943




2,346.401


89




2,566




1,744.083


27




2,764




1,232,377


20




1,585




985,800


59




9,121




3,502,178


106




9.553




4,829,106


1,010




25.934




16,925,100


2,188




21,345




19,736,358


860




82,750




15,704,353


549




25,687




11,306,444


472




50.913




51,004,425


382




31,337




22,467,701


1,367


118,016,066


49,052


29.403.249


482.897.381


872


49,419,213


27,297


10,518,530


267,738.902


578


24,821,069


9,305


4,951,648


28,687,412


629


14,541,294


5,289


2,219,513


19,907,444


99


8,692,888


7,075


3,092,872


5,220,888


26


2,175,940


2,382


868,043


2,104,141


217


17,017,864


11,779


7,504,895


10,628,314


95


3,075,751


2,474


1,305,739


2,857,000


393


24,013,008


7,529


2,815,275


107,758,811


49


27,432,500


5,857


2,875,082


144,098,499



Value of
Products,
Including
Receipts
from Cus-
tom Work

and

Repairing.

$74,067^98

22,457360

40,438.171

28,390,767

74,310,388

56,109,914

7,481,726

6^67,303

32,6*0,182

14.682,494

80,644,072

1,024,243

85,001,198



15,488,824

5,085.311

9,700,855

2.407,842

11,502,966

8,506,181

80,906,925

18,138,250

275,452,516

90,789,341

4,627.796

2,256,946

29,412,813

6,227,284

18,708,917

18,751,724

52,970,801

38.081,643

5,484,618

4,8*9,566

5,572,902

3,943,105

3,509,066

2,148.532

12,823,147

13.863,188

40,342,115

36,800,327

33,638,563

20,130,031

87,298,454

41.033,045



564,667,035

303,662,413

43,600,286

26,552,627

10,475,271

3,512,423

23,147,434

5,127,842

123,118,259

155,484,915



1,606 61,541,086 46,142 11,353,608 11,008.678 34,289,807



38,484,000
23,167,302

30,841.316

17,207,401

69,517,827

21,698,549

11,376,622

4,384. K«

6,900,756

2,792,256

4,9«8.309

2,772,690



38,442
27,116

31JW7

32,756

98,156

53,297

7,095

3.151

6,785

4,534

2,1?^

1,986



21,086,875
11,248,276

8,568,071

6,419.024

44,767.969

18,464,562

4.144,838

1.489,531

3,513,749

1,786,586

1,401.749

958,693



31,217,522

26,460,228

29,102,249

34,397,072

50,298.960

29,577,833

3.517.269

1,532,556

4,703,982

3,910, m

1,434,012

660,74S



66,653.746
50,183,811

65,843,687

52,793,066

129,603,275

63,979,575

10,528,025

4,236.568

10.821.621

7,252,470

3,916.904

2,330,298



♦ In 1880, *' Petroleum, refining,*' formed part of a separate report, and was not included in the
general statistics of manufactures.

+ Included largely in other classifications in 1880.



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Mechanical and Manufacturing:

Industries. Year.
Umbrellas and canes 1890

1880
Varnish 1800

1880
Vinegar and cider 1800

1880
Watches 1800

1880
Wire 1800

1880
Wire-work, including wire rope
and cable 1800

1880
Wood, turned and carved 1890

1880
Woolen goods 1890

1880
Worsted goods 1890

1880













Value of


Num-










Products,


ber of










Including


Estab-




-Average Number-^




Receipts
from Cus-


lish-




of Employes, and




ments




TotaJ


Wages.


Cost of


tom Work


Report-




Em-




Materials


and


ia &




ployes.
6,863


Wages.
$8,204,797


Used.
$7,562,921


Repairing.
$13,771,927


172




3,608


1,158,682


4,502,777


6.917,463


140




1,851


1,749,061


7,805,668


13.795,510


81




573


366,716


3.699,684


5,721,174


694




3,388


1,149,069


3.268,455


6.649,300


306




1,257


413,451


1,888,173


3,418,038


19




6,675


3,688,927


995,740


6,051.066


11




3.846


1,712,276


982,224


3,271,244


24




7,804


4,183.802


15,038,540


22,012,804


40




6,169


1,982,731


7,034,065


10,836,605


500


11,757,902


7,917


3,963,209


8,325,435


15,562,857


306


3,681,893


4,450


1,708,165


5,410,064


9.127,818


872


7.825,668


8,430


4,226,923


3,947,227


10,939,647


916


4,482,800


7,240


2,585,578


3,637.950


8,428,817


1,311


130,989.940


79,351


28,478,931


82,270,335


133,577,977


1.900


96,095.564


86,504


25,836,392


100.845,611


160,606,721


143


68,085,116


43,593


15,880,183


50,706,769


79,194.652


76


20.374,043


18,803


5.683,087


22,013.628


33,549.942



Mineral Products.



For information on this class of products reference is made to another part of this volume
under the head of " Mineral Industries."



Fisheries.

Fisheries by States and Territories, 1880 and 1889, showing Persons Employed, Apparatus
and Capital Invested, Value of Products, Etc.

See Commercial Year Book, Volume II % Pages 16U to 168.



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£61- THE COMMERCIAL YEAR BOOK.



National Wealth.

It is not possible to give a trustworthy estimate of the present wealth of the United States, for
the reason that the true data for such a computation does not exist in any available form. The only
way in which a general approximation to a valuation could be made would be to add to the last census
estimate an amount proportioned to the increase in population. The growth in population since 1890
may perhaps be safely estimated at 12J4 per cent. The valuation of the national wealth in the last
census was 165,037,091,197, V2% per cent, of which would amount to $8,129,636,398. Adding this amount
to the figures for 1890, we should have a total of $73,167,727,596 for 1896. This, however, could only be
regarded as a probable approximation to the truth. The census of 1890 gives the following explana-
tion of the method in which the national valuation was reached :

44 The total true valuation of all tangible property* in the United States, exclusive of Alaska*
at the census of 1890 amounted to $65,037,091,197, of which amount $39,544,544,333 represents the value
of real estate and improvements thereon and $25,492,546,864 that of personal property, including rail-
roads, mines, and quarries. At the same time the total assessed value of real and personal property
taxed was $25,473,173,418, of which amount $18,956,556,675 represents real estate and improvements
thereon, and $6,516,616,743 personal property.

4 ' The true valuation is what would be deemed a fair selling price for the property at the date of
the census, and is thus termed in distinction from the assessed valuation, which is a value placed
upon certain taxable property for taxation purposes only.

44 The true valuation of real estate includes all Improvements thereon, and is based on reports
of local officers or of private individuals believed to be familiar with real estate values in their respec-
tive localities, but does not include the value of railroads or mines and quarries. In every case a
statement showing such true valuation of the State by counties has been submitted to the Governor
of the State for his approval or correction, and all changes suggested by him have been made.

"The true value of personal property in most cases is that placed upon it by its owners and
given to the enumerators and other census officials, as required by law.

4 * The value given to railroads and equipments, however, represents the cost of construction and
equipment of the roads in question, and is distributed among the several States, according to mileage.

44 The gold and silver coin and bullion is the amount reported by the Director of the Mint as In
the country at the close of the fiscal year 1890.

4 'The value of merchandise in stock and of cattle not on farms is based upon the value of such
property assessed for taxation ; that of furniture and personal belongings upon their insured values,
as shown by an examination of 8,000 policies upon contents of houses not in large cities; that of
libraries and other exempt property upon returns received from nearly every municipality in the
country ; that of foreign goods in bond upon the report of the Treasury Department, and that of
agricultural products on hand upon the report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1890. These values
are included as miscellaneous, and represent, it is believed, substantially all the wealth of the country
not elsewhere classified.

44 The true and assessed valuations for 1890, compared with like valuations of the previous decade,
are as follows:

» True Valuation of all Real and , . — Assessed Valuation of Real and — v

Personal Property. Personal Property Taxed.

Per Cent. Per Cent.

Per of Per of

Year. Total. Capita. Increase. Total. Capita. Increase.

1890 $65,037,091,197 $1,086 49.02 $25,473,173,418 $407 48.62

1880 43,642,000,000 870 17,139,903,495 342

44 The assessed valuation of 1880 has been somewhat increased above the amount reported by the
Tenth Census by the inclusion of railroad values omitted, but on which ad valorem taxes were levied.

44 The total true value in 1890 includes $941,031,378, the value of vacant national lands and Indian
reservations not embraced in the figures for 1880. Omitting this amount, the percentage of Increase
of true valuation was substantially the same for the decade as that of the assessed valuation.

"The valuation given to real estate and personal property throughout the country for purposes
of taxation is termed 'assessed valuation/ It covers but a portion of the property in existence,
a considerable amount of both real and personal being specially exempt from taxation by law, and
of the latter class it is known that an additional portion escapes taxation by fraudulent evasion."

* u Bonds, notes, mortgages, and various forms of securities are not included, nor arc corpora-
tion stocks reckoned as part of the wealth, nor are stocks, bonds, and corporate property compute.
Paper representations are not treated at all ; only actual, tangible property entered into the estimate
and that was credited to the place where located. It was found wholly Impracticable to attempt u»
locate property by ownership."



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True Valuation of Real and Personal Property, Total and Per Capita, by
States and Territories:* 1880 and 1890.

/ True Valuation of Real and Personal Property »

Total > - — Per Capita — >

States and Territories. 1890. 1880. 1890. 1880.

The United States $65,037,091,197 $43,642,000,000 +$1,036 $870

North Atlantic division 21,436,491,864 17,583,000,000 1,232 1,200

Maine 489,134,128 511,000,000 740 787

New Hampshire 825,128,740 363,000,000 863 1,046

Vermont 265.567,323 302.000,000 799 909

Massachusetts 2.808.645.447 2,623,000,000 1,252 1,471

Rhode Island 504,162,352 400,000,000 1,459 1,447

Connecticut 835.120,219 779,000,000 1,119 1,251

New York 8,576,701,991 6,308,01 0,000 1,430 1,241

New Jersey 1,445,285,114 1.305,000,000 1,000 1,154

Pennsylvania 6,190,746,560 4,942,000,000 1,177 1,154

8outh Atlantic division 5,182,280,666 3,752,000,000 579 495

Delaware 175,678,795 138,0U),000 1,043 928

Maryland 1.085,473.048 837.000,000 1,041 895

District of Columbia 348,5*K733 220.000,000 1,491 1,239

Virginia 8«2.318,070 707,000,000 52l 467

West Virginia 438,964,881 350,000.000 575 566

North Carolina 584,148,999 461.000,000 361 329

South Carolina 400.911.303 322.000,000 848 323

Georgia 852,409449 606,000,000 464 393

Florida 389,489,388 120,000,000 995 445

North Central division 25,255,915,549 16,186,000,000 1,129 932

Ohio 1,076 1,012

Indiana 956 850

Illinois. 1,824 1,043

Michigan 1.001 965

Wisconsin 1,087 866

Minnesota 1,300 1,014

lowa 1,198 1,050

Missouri 895 720

»g«:::::::.:::::::::::::::: t *»w» \\&\ «»

Nebraska 385,000,000 1,206 851

Kansas 760,000,000 1,261 763

South Central division 6,401,281,019 3,882,000,000 +569 435

Kentucky 1,172,232,313 902,000,000 681 647

Tennessee 887.956,143 706,000,000 502 451

Alabama 622.773,504 428,000,000 412 339

Mississippi 454,242,688 854,000,000 352 313

Louisiana 495.301,597 382,000.000 443 406

Texas 2,105,576,766 825.000,000 942 518

Oklahoma 48,285,124 781

Arkansas 455,147,422 286,000,000 408 356

Indian Territory 159,765,462

Western division 6,811,422,099 2,282,000,000 2,250 1,291

Montana 453,1&5,209 40,000,000 a 429 1,022

Wyoming 169,773,710 54,000,000 2,797 2,596

Colorado 1,145,712,267 240,000,000 2,780 1,235

New Mexico 231,459,897 49,000,000 1,507 410

Arizona 188,880,976 41,000,000 3,168 1,014

Utah 349.411,234 114,000,000 1,681 7fc>

Nevada 180.323,668 156,000.000 8.941 2,506

Idaho 207,896,591 29.000,000 2,464 890

Washington 760,696,726 62,000,000 2,177 825

Oregon 590,396,194 154.000,000 1,882 882

California 2,533,733,627 1,343,000,000 2,097 1,563

The following statement exhibits the distribution of the national wealth as among the several
States and Territories :

• Exclusive of Alaska.

t In computing these per capitas the true valuation of Indian Territory is excluded.

t Dakota Territory.



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True Valuation (*) or Rkal. and Personal



States and Territories. Total.

The United States $66,087,091 ,197

North Atlantic division 21,435,491,864

Maine 489,134,128

New Hampshire. 325,128,740

Vermont 265,567,323

Massachusetts. 2,808,tt45.447

Rhode Island 504,182,352

Connecticut 835,120,219

New York 8,576,701,991

New Jersey 1,445,5285,114

Pennsylvania. 6,190,746,650

South Atlantic division 5,133,960,666

Delaware 175,678,795

Maryland 1,085,473.043

District of Columbia 343,596,733

Virginia 883,318,070

West Virginia. 438,954,881

North Carolina. 584,148,999

South Carolina 400,911,303

Georgia 852.4(19,449

Florida 389,489,388

North Central division 25,255,915,549

Ohio

Indiana

Illinois

Michigan

Wisconsin

Minnesota

Iowa

Missouri

North Dakota

South Dakota

N ebraska

Kansas

South Central division 6,401.281,019

Kentucky 1,172^32,313

Tennessee .... 887,9*6,143

Alabama 622,773,504

Mississippi. 454,242,688

Louisiana 495,301.697

Texas 2,106,576,766

Oklahoma 48^85,124

Arkansas 455,147,422

Indian Territory 160,765,462

Western division 6,811,422,099

Montana 458,135.209

Wyoming 169,773,710

Colorado 1,145,712^67

New Mexico 231,450,897

Arizona 188,880,976

Utah : 349.411,234

Nevada 180,323,668

Idaho 207,896,591

Washington 760,608,726

Oregon 500.396,194

California 2,533,733,627





Live stock on


Real estate


farms, farm


with improve-


implement*.


ments there-


and ma-


on.


chinery.


139,544,544.333


$2,703,015,ih<»


13,905,274,364


430,770,756


254,069,550


23,779,553


176,131,000


14,044.975


138,378,194


21.377.8tt>


1,888,637,794


20,139.1 IK


334.740,002


3.306,0110


543.421,891


13,060,1 13


5,817,704,667


171,183.4311


901,013.972


23,19 ),<f74


3,781,177,285


140,699,613


2,928,418,932


196,075,819


105,720,519


6,034.3* »


745,307,917


26,734.4 40


286,563,006


206.XHO


470,642,558


39,997,lft&


248,727,477


27,081.* «0


278,975.226


82,730,4**)


176,528,452


20,744 «72


415,339,384


87,242,***


195,614,396


8,301.1 20


15,125,481,180


1,447,471,577





145,657,036




1 14,533. H77




2l4,8*8.tii*>




W.747.5K5




82,951,&C




74.642,156




243,101,5*>7




160.53I.SH2




25,435.474




37.«03,£:1




119,440,8 7




146.93S.095


3,688,806,438


400,872,600


711,798,385


81.880.90K


483,761,510


70.191,110


271,363 944


35,288 375


208,393,024


89,905.300


271,951,846


25.065.73*


1,220,417,771


117,006.044


34,037,571


3.6W.8S0


233,855,131


3d.445.280


103^21,251




4,051,564,424


217,324*288





22,076.697




15,8.*0,581




26.3S!.fttt<)




7,538,320


i


8,454.240




7.978.490




6,:«H,:«)o




8.425.SS0




17,26H.:U0




27.205.&O




74,948.940



* True valuation is what would be deemed a fair selling price for the property at the date of
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REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY OF THE UNITED STATES.



267



Property, bt Statu and Territories (t) 1890:








Mines and quar-
ries, Including




Machinery of
mills and


Railroads and


Telegraphs,

telephones.

shipping:, and




Gold and sil-


product on hand,


equipments.




product on


ver coin and


raw and manu-


inolud'g street




hand.


bullion.


factured.


railroads.


canals.


Miscellaneous.


$1,291,291,579


$1,168,774,948


$3,058,593,441


$8,685,407,823


$701,755,712


$7,893,706,821


404,071,494


390,431,585


1,739,752,198


1,445,910,383


351,288,< 23


2,747,998,117


5,806.940


10,655.666


27,400,727


69,624,389


43,175,046


54,722,24S


1,188,089


6,059,688


30,964,366


58,782,551


2,143,867


35.814.204


11,811,193


5,380,723


8^828,289


49,849,396


1,716,604


2W,30U,045


3,363,906


48,476,225


309,096,895


110,793,406


51,658,136


361,477 ,b76


816,066


5,996,129


74,846,062


13,483,706


5,168,956


65,86(1.445


3,1*8,787


13.456,492


86,624,287


64,650,604


14,753,310


106, • 54, 8*6


91,513,948


176,941,588


594,476,089


534.671,937


129,09^,710


1,122,11 1.H72


5,643,907


23,764,541


121,173,974


99,357,820


16^25,600*


195,015,136


361,888,490


99,700,483


486,944,603


456,446,676


87,347,794


777,541,606


61,415,252


140,731,580
2,824,336


180,991,025
16,359,670


948,510,886
16,599,418


76,132,063
6,580,068


608,705,689


288,062


22,278,322


30,77i\825


19,335,876


58,727,020


66,733,915


18,551,391


130,311,094




6,2436,300


13,968,068


4,489,953


2,023,844


31,086, «82


% ' m 'VJami


25.889,094


28,162,069


169,867,928


11,960,333


109.784, »07


14,457,319


11,776,064


11,278,084 ,


65,609,822


3,539,626


56.485.519


4,293,904


24,358,230


12,044,428


152,160,420


8,132,644


71,458.057


7,297.518


17,502,408


11,502,673


114,093,428


5,792,545


47.449.612


7,613,746


28^88.688


26,196,591


227,397,970


11,671,918


98.648,185


186,042


5,960,549


3,762,472


126,557,482


7,879,714


41,207,71 1


220,544,444


387,040,665


873,977,334


3,987,237,117


160,425,910


3,103,737,392


63,637,259


60,430,088


182.640.892


424,107,906


35,698,565


618,955,630


15,10Bi,469


35,640,877


54,920.942


310,172.144


9,117,166


287,525,6 • 4


28,044,593


77,890,594


245,552,366


521,464,617


23,344,205


667,524, 4i -4


77,608,518


34,418,789


86,490,821


375,484,286


38,723,391


241,252.428


8^8,561


27,934,449


81,874,031


294.269,064


14,738,945


221,801,515


10,890,329


23,066,530


56,655,545


281,641,106


5.574,586


2U6.748.621


7,676,126


30,981,325


20,938,530


442,6*4,783


8,218,284


263.036.718


12,480,754


46.436.377


100,566,607


322,668,487


12,964.186


3(13,523,441


66,580


3,04 1,965


943.450


102,937,257


730,876


27,»34.8t 15


6,822,622


5^53.004


1,329,023


127,245.237


1,315,232


38,639 7.59


2,069,177


18,961,494


14,946,683


272,129,693


4,292,140


145,412,33.'


4^37,486


23,006,063


19,118,444


462,422,646


5,706,884


196,382,220


40,916,904


170,398,078


188,558,243


1,288,746,449


53,994,196


760,494,116


9,919,417


29,192,088


86,026,060


142^62,792


8,470,490


152,737 ,S2l


7,844,009


27,872,564


26,681,603


152,683,677


7,874.072


113.047,f,U*


18^77,607


23,208.293


23,124,086


174,597,142


8,236 J853


68,722,864


5,000


19,365,860


5.585,904


119,889,776


6,499,749


54,648,075




17,785,914


19,244,378


91,678,064


8,819,098


61,251 562


""ljB&iWO


35,58^.610


22,047,604


448,5*7,638


9,884,482


252,894,6^7




987,774


61,114


8,629,471


247,886


742,008


'''Km$&


16,975,521


6,782,966


97,552,745


4,512,716


56.450,141


1,492,009
544,343,485


27,509


114,549


54,910,144






70,178,260


125,314,647


1,070,003,088


59,920,460


672,778.507


81.428,388


3,111,669


1,197,883


112,602,661


528,686


23,520,488


6,020,496


1,216,666


456,748


48,466,975


242,820


6,007,067


161,471,917


8,606,786


14,507,483


222,329,424


1,648,792


106.598,940


21,602,888


2,624,948


471,948


76,469,388


614,372


9,419.410


26.000,504


1,018.002


282,980


66,348,889


238.480


5,8119,151


67.432.128


3,961,485


2,798.974


55.974,079


88l,«20


27,302,210


27,190,047


1,054,488


296.977


47,513,454


183,044


5,583.388


46,987,266


1,410.142


889.892


48,078,479


387,540


6,680,516


7,622,783


7,576,766


11,713,975


92.724,845


9,947,920


97,483,998


i6,8w,ffn


7,007,914


12,984.629


74,978,844


6,460,099


64,757.:28


82,662,997


32,674,449


80^19,268


285,616,565


88,897,187


317,610,636



State and Local Debts and Taxation.

Statements of the State and local obligations and taxation, according: to the census of 1890, wil
be found at pages 286 to 246 of Volume I of the " Year Rook."



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